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IOGA COUNTY. AGITATOR
WEDNESDAY, • JUNE 29, 1870
Clear the track—F. D. Bunnel.
Auditor's notice—Jno. I. Mitchell
Strayed or Stolen—Henry Gifford.
Mowing Machines—John Wortendyhe
LITTLE BlTS.—Cbangeabli3 weather.
—How to eat lee Cream—Takli it cool.
—Good lay figure—A hen on.
—Astonishing—The meeting of two extremes.
—Stoell—The little end of nothing whittled Off
to a point.
—int. 1) D. Holiday has retired from the hotel
buAnci,e, and moved into his new house on Wain
—deed remedy for love siekne§s—Cold water
baths and art external application of Salutifer.
—Miner Watkins has opened un eating lame
en Main street.
—To keep your standing goOd—Don't sit down.
—Bad calling for boys—Catcalls."
—Young's Night Thoughts—llugles? (tvl*e?)
—A Woman Maxim—Bring 'em Young.
1 it naughty to wink ?—All depends whetli
et y,,u have a cinder or pretty girl in your eye.
'lulturc—How to pull
letter any is to Fend a
13i1; CALF.—Milan D. Wilson, of
Delmar, informs us that he has a Durham call
which 'weighed 125 lbs. when taro days old, He
it (erdiott it it -queirts of skimmed milk a day
it to 1,11,1 to slam the milk f.,r such an
:altimis quadruped as this,
ART.—Professor C. 0. Thompson, of
t.te Normal School, Mlllll+lloll. 1.01111. in
t 0.13 pottrait Itev. libis,“:on Archer, ..fChorch
rdle, Al.l, which is H. very erediirthhi, vivo, o
vr,,r , Mr Thompson's :ucce::s gil us promise
emoo.lie.) in his elio:-.en !krt.
BAPTIS3I.—ROV. (). A. Stone tulmitt
•ten,tl fil.limil k oo of Bald Lv illlllll , l , It.ll to
'our persnns'on Surlay last.
DII.9IATIC. \Ve are requested to
tale the Drama will give Iwo en
ertaiiii,•iit. uC lilt) (Ise wt flings
Jul) 26 acid 27, 1.711.
LICA], iTEIIIB of interent are alinoA
:e.irce. I kydtiuheri Ihir tilhige
teee , to he on its good behavior : nil is gullet,
ftll the 'm1.'14.1114; of the busy earirtets, nud
tl , ;zoom !lily of the tut unto DOOM
10. lVe ;hall exiitet fettit thing to twin up, or
011itithl (1411111, below twig, shit I io ill lie
PiANos TuNED.-- O. B. Tubbs, 0
7N,w 1.114 timed ,a number if pia
no: iu our vill ige the past week, and has givtin
good 'P has liail many years
usperient . e ill tuning iristrunient, arid hi tilliFt!•
foto inure nimble than perinini who do nut In:the
uninr their huginess. 11,3 will vi,it Wellsboro
A.tiu Pr. 1...65,
giien in this paper.
" IN UTAir."—Willinni V. Dun
IVells.bero, is agent for Ihe,ralo of thi.
It purports to ho an "expose of the se
end rites :end rerenionie , of the I.4itteday Saints
wth hill authentic ht:tt rs of the Mormot
;vet. Frew its origin to the preKent dine. - 3. II
editor s 4 the Salt Below/et., tli
u‘ h.tre a desire to look int,
)krend-w. o c , leas rot (lonia Ilia hook wool
Ituhhoto in . a holple.ia
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(;04.1) • ( hie frknil lir. 16,y has re
,„l U , .:11 Air F.. I) I'velthatn, a rt.:Ter:table
t.h3ht Fteithen ecutety, NY , the hilloising
knit., tibia rpteks in high terms of his "Sulu•
" CAmintoN JUJ: 9 4), 1870
" hr. Roy, Dear Sir: Please tend me two tiez
ea l Arriers' Perf, , le,l4 and I a;tl ilor7m more of the
'dallier. I mind till yon nt it enr.l Ihat Saltai•
1.1 . 01e...tea here. A )11111.c omit, hy the name of
.M;e-, mot A itli :111 tl.jtit3 t.l Ouc t t hint tinger.t,
it to 114..•.;111e et eft awl r. main iltemd
thA tint of lti , 11.11,41, and everything that lie
thst hand hail to Ito :tippet-tot over
tla Mittel . •II had neon in I Ilk Otlitli
-11,:$ I•nlo •u-1 We it ewiltuelide.l him to try
the (1411th I nn [lily rnigtr ; le did yo, and tiro
jl I , llv,ititho 10.14,1 the contracted (girth and
tatt , ?l,B,lind have elieoted a e.ittoplete cure. Ole
311 11-e thia linger tia aid! "It:, either of lithe
"Ili , - It you it e,sll help thesnlnofyuur
Adw,,11,10 %. id get •lii nili.l,tt it to the
ANN Ex citt.l Al' NIA NSF'
-- , \Ve 111.1 ihe iileaAkre at attending the exereiees
a the N.,emAr. Mati,liehl, last
:w.l tegiet that lie have nit rpate, t.. 0 late
Fuel' nu ae.-oont our
A .al , l Ir.nl u•
4 - (2,,Ncrnr.
'hi, to ~%.ti a concert of v.e.il a n d instrumental
eta.i.. ot ',the Nortaal ('l t jt* I, ,fu,,,Lly eveHhi g ,
-.ha w 2 . 1
I,'- , 711, I,v*Prof, T O. 'toy t and elm , --
Pr.d.ll.;v t dt! tit efficient itcslructol in ant=ic at
CA , ' , .11,- N , cioal AII the pit. -, ' Ili e.r Flied 'WA
. 4.'11 : 4 ri l l' . i a illpi 4 . l /;11i0n, ;tot hodt 4)f them ecrute•tn, .t.n it t applawo. It t‘ mild 1.43 in yid inns
1 m toinvi -11111 the,e pet fornIATICVe 011 01(1 tinQis
, °t i„, r,t l • 1.4.1,1, e.t , claim no critical knew
"J.: ,It i ..“-i,t. If trite oe to it; may he grain:tied
11 , ‘.3 i d tzio - m the aIItIiVIIVP, ue $114114 sliy
.' 1 " 1 , dI Ift- no! dont -•intielt, very It - L.llllone,
11 .1 , .4 r.iiscia t.gellivr, it exceeded ever thing
'T• 1 , ...e .1 i r twat.' njiltio the •outayi It is
L ll . ~ ..1.,1P11M 1,, oiler - the claholao.vtill di , .
1 .1 1 2 ,t I it. ii i xcention of such diliktdt ndtsic:
...- - ;''l - : ,, t.5n'.3 110 tet•ult dote f.. - rt tt credit, not
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"IIY : 1 •111 t.i grow tiro] fti tiluvic
ilo. t , lq'etrrql• ill de•
vet. linV : ICIthil011 PrONSSOr
11 “,1 Clu-zld Ow Illvtigill.ilst 1% kb On the
ct~lut, 6p rcquest. f hose who to ste the.
Irogrmittne. will find it in a late istne Of the Ay
3 3 1:11T/NO gOCJETICS
" t%tming, 11 nu.tiig 4.f
titkiao ...0 IL:. Tile men den' , Tr $1'""k!I
iinew Kritimtntr, I.
tele 11.1 t hitic.. The orati•di
It. 11. ritc-tng. -The achnow
i 'd.n.4 Aihty uf this gentleman gave promize
ucli featd; and Hare was n'large audit-nee ga—
thered to hear him. His address was practical,
full of thought and good advice, It was well
. . •
delivered, in that un aiStuning Ay ohakiteleristie
of tho t-peaker, 1t bud tho -high merit -also of
not being lung—indeed it s ' eetuoti tM.; short.; but
we are confident that, if the young men and woe
men, to whom it was ei , peeially addreAged i xort
well the lessons it should teach, they wil! find it ,
ample for complete digestion. He opened' up to
their view the. vast and "varied fields 'of labor
which lie before them ; drew from the vast many
instructive examples, which should point out a
wisp course of life; and closed with a beautiful
sentiment, lituonishing them to worthy deeds of
action. Wn lie closed, tho almost breathless
stillness which prevailed, indicated with what
'intense infort , st the audience had been listening
to his eloquent words.
After the address, the audience scented inclined
to linger in the Chanel; and there Nva3 ono of
those informal greetings in general, which ore
all the more satisfactory, because merely casual.
Bright eyes, happy faces; cheerful voices! It
was a plcasurablo.scone, even to ono who may
have seen enough of pleasure! Some sweetly
sad faces ! How - plainly they tell the secrets of
the soul. Wo look upon them, as if to gather
within us that inspiration, the plain visages of
which wo trace back through the soul to:the God
who gave it; and gives all, to 14ad us on' to the
infinite in all things. No more instructive book
in naturo than a inulOtudo of human faces, dis
robed I lmforo ns by the easy phstimo of familiar
scenes and friendly erfuntenonces.
' Before half past ton o'clock, on Thursday, the
23d of June, the large hall of the Normal build
ing was filled. The day was most propitious.—
Scarcely a cloud was to be seen; the sun shone
brightly. but his power was somewhat avcrted by
a regaling breez:, which still survived the late
hail storms, now doubly grateful for the chilly
breath with which it fanned fair faces under
dainty parasols, on, the way up the hill.
tlemen said, "tet the breezes blow." lied there
been no breeze, the hall would have been suffoca
ting. As it was, what with the ventilation and
the constant moving 'of a multitude of fans, it
was comfortable fur persons who IN era willing to
"keep cool." Wo kept cool with a fan, which
only looked as large, in our eyes, as a ten cent
piece; while a lady in front of us (we are not a
lady, it must be understom4 emote, and with a
vengeance which ought to deter any yu L ting man
from putting himself in a situation to be called
upon to purchase fans for her, did smite the air
with ono which, from the manner in which the
down fluttered about, we judge must have coot
about three ilollart, in tCse times when geese,
and most other of the feathered tribe, are up.—
Such a fan answers the purpose intended about
as well as a fig leaf world clothe all creation.—
" Oh, give ins back"—tht palm leaf fan. (This is
in the place of the " Overture," which, like all
the musk of the day, nas like a sandwich of
sweet things Whymot sweet?)
The fellewitig is the pingraelmr. •e•tamnence-
Illent with I.,ief notices of mei it, leav
ing omit the mush!, ‘t.hielt ittet4 he hem,' It, be ap
Vrayer, by !t c.. Oti. Thatcher.
:arrying one is the po
ia pilre all
ho 'poetr' don't Pp ni I
&data Lay Eliza J. tilowslor, ol
Stviiiielimina co. I , itir.lllo Pin numb "
E. I): PECKH
Poing %Vhnt I Am, I'll he it Nobly: Aiwa M.
Mcrria, Pike Mille, l'filtor en. %Vortliy.
Ito it our Foll: Le% i A. Yontentl., Troy,
Itrnolfar4l eo. 'Well 01.6t1.
- Otigionlit) . Lelia Cole, Alitta , tiebb
Co. Show: , Culture. Very well ilelivere.l.f‘
: Mary Sliorer,
Sastiou'Lonna en: Not ton enanei-
ale , i.
: Lauth, 'Co-
Nan lt, Itra,lll,nl relien,4ive--- lofty
- very v.. 11 .I,IIN et ed.
Picking 1,0:•l" • I\ 1 :11 Copeland, lt-
Imle ) eo• What Iv t, "" 1 W " r;uir '
S'etling Stakes: F. 1.111:rop, N. 'Mil
ford, Surgnehann'a en.
1V.111t1211 iir ;lot Wanted: Alyea Reynolds,
Tinga en. Fine—spliglille-- full n
thought- I,lst-tie:a-- eluu sacrist Vt.:9 %%el
Our Country : E. Ilan Suiptchan
y, ca. Etecut ton gootl--:rodeo fiat.-- with more
ci d( IN a !jut, (Sill ma o a proud >lun]: er.
The Hand: Ilelen M. Palmer, ManAbild
Tiegl Co. \ r ely gowi— ered well.
What Will You Bd: Charlos 11. &hon. Union
Center,. N. V. guild—C*4lv ‘h..livered.
Order Alieu M. Welch.
Sniiihfo hi. Branford Co Alothmt—good.
Knowing. How : Etotta II Beard , .lee, Leona
Branfoid Co. Very vomi---hoi,,
Man : Emily 11. Well:, A i krarrte, Sutlnelianna
EauQuliou • EMU Reynolds,
111 .." 1,11 re:, C. , . truly uu.rtlly—wolmlnlike
shows col ore
Ca : Clinton V. Merriek, Pike
c., 1 ;0,1 tat , t(..
hy Pi a. Veri
ro.b(.ll.itiolt by nee. (;. I'
the Ildr had the 1,,g1t wait
Idi! -holt. rho ...,.ago w0rt1,i),, ,, 1t tic es
1, h. 11,1 11,.1e ‘se antieipated ; and they
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ha; oo cond.'s. het to the quiet . tr hid
prevailed, and that to the firequent interspersion
of latish.% enmpre.s the es.ays and oration::
give the audience hlief respite by music or other
aod it will then not be so nitwit a puni.o4-
tro,nt to he an auditor on such neeationfi.
The address of Prof. Verrill to the gradaatin ,
class, na; e Anprehen:i we, well directed, forcild
pointed n11( 1 of wholesome ad% ice, intermix' ,
with not a 'little tender emotion at parting. II
is popular with his pupils. They hhe him
speak well of him—hr.e a high appreciation o
his labors in their behalf. They cannot have to
touch. Ile is a fuccessful eduentor. Parent
sanding their children there may be assored o
their welfare, if within his pow . er to steure. it.
Quite a largo number of former graduates
(whose names wo have not at hand) took the
second degree, to which they have become en
titled by two years successful teaching.
In the evening t there was a meeting of the
Alumni, 'at which address were made. We
would.he glad to publish particulars hereafter.
There was ids.) a social gathering in lhe Chapel,
which seenjed to he enjoyed by those pre'sent.
Ohl chums met and greeted each other; students
of the old time bectime acquainted with thohw of
more recent years; music of the violin was heard,
marches sere played, and a pleasant throng
promenaded the 9/110101M hall or gathered in
groops in different parts, filling up the moments
with reminiscence, with jest, or friendly
quarrel, to lie oft time renewed for thri pleasure
of getting over it.
It was well along in the e‘ ening ere they sep
arated: Soon all was quiet—"lights out" was
commanded or obeyed without request, and the
Normal Mood dimly defined against the distant
skx,.,only a dark pile where so lately all WllB
light, joyous and inspiring. Trunks no doubt
were packed; good-byes said; old stories told
anew; (beams of distant, happy homes indulged.
Altogether it was an interesting series of exer
cises, and we tire sure no ono who was there re
grets the going.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
MN.--We have received from the State Execu
tive. Committee I of the Young Men's Christian
A, ,,,, eiatiti a p l amplilet of over on hundred pa
ges, containing the reports of all the Associations
in our State, and information as to the work and
how to carry it on. From it we learn that the
number or Associations in the State is 64, and
that they are rapidly increasing—there being al
most throe times as many as there were last fell
The s mom, I and quill y of the molt done has
i m proved t ery touch, am! the t tenni is highly
creditable. It also contains o vast amount of
vllllO.lO. information on the work, articles on
pro) ef meetings, open air meetings, cottage meet
ings. Arisen work, rooms, libraries, lectures, mu
sic, literarlyft, and social meetings, conventions,
finances, &e. It is published free, in the interest
of the Association work, I nd copies may he had
lly iuldressing T. K.. Crec, Chairman of Slate Ex
,mtive l'ittsburcr. if might to be in
the hoods of r,‘ pry chi Pti.iti man ip the State.—
ruibmihr- are the metribrrs of the State Es
crotive Committee; Thomas K. cree, pittsburgi .
Peter I' Simons. Phila.: James A. Beaver, Bette
fcmte ; homy!. If. Italie, Pittsburg; C. Shirk,
Et it : It.S.tty Cl' , . York ; E. Eraneiteus, Hat ris
'roe Flats Coinmiltee ar4) very anx
ii tic iii Lava of tidy hind organ
ize.l in Willshor?. We know that all good peo
ple ara in favor of ilic advancement of morality,
awl of the goo,l of all, et-peeially of young 10014
'flue 11111/VP ceuuTi wIII giro ;ill the necessary
infoimation desired, oririll.,attend the organiza
tion of such an Association. Who will take bold
of this work ?
..11i3 . TERibt) S ikilATll.—Not lonesince
a boy 3 l2paa:a old was found (load in,,u barn in
Rutland township, this eountY.`- ;A. 'ooronora
Inquest ivas hold, and the mother is now in our
jail, charged with haVing murdered the boy.
She was committed Sunday. . .
It scorns that marks of a rope were on tho
neck, and after search, a rope was found,, with
which ho is supposed to have boon hung. We
know very little of the facts. The boy was alone
that day with bis•mother.
FOURTH OF JULY. — The ladies of the
M. E.Thetroh aro preparing to moot the hungry,
thirsty citizens and celebrators of the "Glorious
Fourth" with tempting viands, ice creams and
dainties as well as substantials, all for the bens-'
Lit of the, new church.
Let everybody patronize them.
LIBERTY.—The items of news that
would interest the readers of the Agitator aro not
very plenty in our township, consequently, I
have come to the maclusion to be a semi-month
ly correspendint, instead of a weekly ono.
Tho crops of all kinds aro looking very well at
their present stage of growth, and if the weather
continues favorable, there is no doubt hilt the
farmers will gather a plentiful iarvost.
.The coming anniversary of American Indepen
dence is 'to be celebrated on the 4th day of July,
by the citizens of Liberty, in the usual patriotic
manner. A committee of arrangements has been
appointed, and a programme of the proceedings
of the day has been written out by the commit
tee, and sent to the office of the Agitator for pub
lication. The timely preparations that aro being
made by the committee, will make the oconSion
one of unusual interest. I understand there are
to he able 117110 TS from abroad, secured by the
committee. (len. IL. C. Cox is to ho marshal of
the day, and the Liberty brass band is to head
the grand procession and conduct it to the beau
tiful grow just befew the' village. The soul
thrilling Lintriotic music that will ho discoursed
en the occiasion, by our young but excellent hand,
should be nn inducement for a general turnout
on that day. It is to he hoped that old and
young will bo patriotic enough to think it a great
privilege to come out end join' in the festivities
of the nation's day.
Business natters have revived again in our vil
lage, since the farmers have get throUgh with
putting in their crops. We cannot complain
much about la .;careity of money. The farmers
stem to have a ready market for everything they
have to sell,l and that N what keeps money in
There is some talk from pretty " Good Author
ity" that the Catawissa railroad company intend
building a railroad through our township, to in
tersect with tho railroad at Arnot. They wish to
hero en outlet from the terminus of their road at
Milton, to New York' State. SCRIBE.
IV I NfITON.- 0. CI . erot Id has late
ly returned from Philadelphia, where be repre
ed the Covington Lodge of 1. 0. of 0. F. in
the Brand Lodge. Alr.(l. is thw - D 1) for the
calmly for the ensuing term.
Dat id S. I tTlan, senior, is on a visit to Ins old
home, to tell the remainder of his property hero,
Ile speaks highly of his experience in North Car
olina—of the soil, climate, and of the extremely
friendly feeling exhibited toward Northerners by
the 1% lade community.
lows to record another coin:lion by the un
coupling of a Fall Bronlc train on the "tirade,"
and the two seetions coming 44 gottior near Pat
rick Conley's, resulted in the destruction of 22
coal dumps, and the scattering of one hundred
tons of coal.
Mo n I I oi,e,
Mom. of the crops on the ground look finely
this spring, and are unusually early. Dairymen
are complaining of a large increase in the pro
ducts of their caws. Basle pi:101111g is at its height.
There will be a large amount peeled this season,
Tl th ,it ur Li s t. ch ore h society propose holding a
festival in the glove, on Monday, July 4th, with
refreshments for sale; the proceeds to Le used for
procuring a set of hlintls for their church. Aside
from its being a meritorious object, wo claim
there is no more eein:iblo manner of passing the
national holiday, than in outdoor sporty and
Stimson Howell have removed their
homchohl goods lime, and propose relating their
glass lctory, and running it under their own Su
per% isiult. to its fullest capacity. We, like other
communities, are vote than glad to welcome cap-
There IA no hn own reason why this
" fitetors" shoniq not run when any in the United
States can, with present in ices far wood, coal and
Tney.- -The heavy rains we have had
the past week, have been very refreshing to the
crops, and there is a good prospect or an abun
dant harvest, Plenty of strawberries arc in mar
ket now, but are selling at a pretty high price,
cu aeoonnt of their being the first of the season.
Tia(A3Y, as an enliployeo of Mr. Charles Brohs
waa t iding a horn through town, it got fright
en, d and attempted to run, and in so doing the
rider v. ss thrown under its feet and stepped upon.
But upon his being picked up,.it was found that
no bones were broken, ho having received only a
few scratches. lle was more seared then hurt.
There was,also a runaway on Ft iday the 10th,
ivhieh two drunken fellows were tureen from
a boggy, and left curled tip in the road. T ant
ablo to state that they 'trete too drunk to he hurt
rimy shmic are to he built behind the
l'enirroy building:l 611 Canton street. We new
have aecemmoda 601)9 fair 1 IS teams, bat are in
aced of mere, and lire, glad to find that this want
I, to he implitied.
The, veiling gentlemen of the " Lyceum Band,"
of our 'Weil giving an entertain
ment in Lontea flail, 'norm ay evening.
'l'lu• erection of Mr. San/Id 'Pomeroy's resi
d, nee is going on v(ry Ao it. IS situated on
ridge, un 4::inton .drat; facing tlito railroad,
and Nola toltnii !Ale 0 toll view of "Pray can be
liad, it will he the latzt located dwelling in our
At 1., t, J.. 1111 ,11,0, i , .‘tithtetirtg Elmint and
Lott;7 grad/ ti and tithilt. fit fttr
And how it 'I , with ...if regret that 1 mint
e my faren ell Low to I Ito readers tlio
/woe, piepaialovv to retaining In 'my home in
hake 104 a great ih•al of pleas-
In., n. eontiihiiiinq ;1.3' 1 , ,.:) , 10 441(018 in the way
lov.l near, :itot um toolvr gnat obligations to
the editor= lor kindly and freely giving ino
place in the CloitillinS of (hi it valuable paper '—
That : , ,nn all, hntli leaders and printers, may
have •• long lite and prosperity," is the earnest
and FiriCCIP %%Ull or
BATITUDAV.—AthI'e Of " The
Mytdery of Edwin Droed," Dickens' unfinitdted
work, conies to us with the_sad IllewS, a his death.
No stet y ever written by Biro exhibits MOTO of
Iris peen liar genius, thitti
This paper is fast acquiring a firm hold ripen
the liierary world. It will hei found :It Ilugh
Young, A: Cos, and the back numbers will he sup
plied by the• publishers, Fields, 04.tnod A. Co,
21 Trenton I t tdreet, Boston..
I)EmoitEsT 7 s Yawn- AAi ERI - ('A is fIS
sparl.ling as ever. • The July number is r fair
specimen or this most popular and hest jnvenile
monthly. ILi entertaining ;dories, sketches, an
ecdotes, talks to its readers, norrespontionco, pdo
try, tousle, pwizles and numerous illustrations,
and a eliremo id the meadow lark, furnish a rich
mental feast fin• Young America. Tho new lint
of valuable premiums for dearly 11111.*cri he rri is
astonishing. Address W. .T. Demorest,
8:t Illoadnay, New yolk.
DIMOREST'S MAGAZINE for July has
an unusually large and elegant display of the
slimmer fashions, with over sixty illustrations
and two steel engravings, together with its enter
taining literary matter, popular music, and other
beautiful features, and sib elegantly arid artisti
cally got up as to make it emphatically the model
magazine. Demorest has also outdone all others
in his liberal oiler of valuable premiums A
now and extraordinary list is given in the July
number, among which is a fine and valuable par
lor chrome, printed in eighteen colors, l and worth
$5OO, to be given as a premium to each subscri
be•. Yearly, $3Oll. Address Demorest's Month
ly, 83$ Broadway, New York.
THE ATLANTIC MONTIILY.--ffilifl 1111-
exeelled literary magazine for July, is On our ta
ble. With this number begins the 26th volume.
For the first time during at least ten years of
its existence, and we think ever since it was es
tablished, it gives the names of tho authors. In
so doing, we think the publishers wise. It may
be said that anonymous articles are judged only
by their literary merits, and not at all by the
names of the authors, and, perhaps, that tho lar
ger quantity,ef matter will he
,read, when the
authors are anknoull ; but it has not been diffi
cult lo ascertain beforehand the authorship of
mm..t 'Mat has appealed, from the nitt l ietel of the
piss. We shall not take less interest in the At-
Ili bill'. asap of being put in pi PE estdon
the nntne. of the nuthorz—we think such know
ledge (dull adds to the Inxm,y of the heel literar •
In this, number there is a pretty poomilly Long
fellow, " Alarm Hell of Atri ;" "A Shadow,"
by T. W. Iligginson ; " A Woman's Pulpit," by
- Elieklatli Stewart' Phelps; "An Ex-Southerner
in South Carolina," by N. S. ;Thaler; "Ohltown
Fireside Stories." by Mrs. Beecher Stowe ; "Crim
inal Law at Home and Abroad," by F. Wharton ;
" The Shipping of . the linited - States o " by E. 1.1.
Herby ; and another instalment of Taylor's plea
"lit et 6 l3', "Joseph and his Friend." Altoge•
ther, it is a very good numbor, indeed. Si a
year. Odds, Osgood k. Co., 124 Trcifteat st.,
UOODWIN—STtVENS—Tn Farmington, on
the 17111 iilatant, by Rev. Comfort Beebo, Mr.
Allred Goodwin and Miss Rosella Stevens, both
• . ^ .
To P.BarryErts.—A Lawer Job Press
; for saltlor r exchasige foF newspaper type. •I said
press' is in"gOlid `Condition, and rent° sold `cheap
as vro have wellhead a larger one to take its
place. Size inside of chase, 13 xlB inches. Ad
dress thiS blGeo 2m. • • • A
EQUITABLE Vs. NATIONAL.—The fol
lowing calculations of dividends•made from the
Equitable, are loss than its policy holders
residing in this vioinity have received for the
past five years, as any of them'are ready to veri
fy. I have compared it with the National, be..
cense I regard the National as one of the best
stock companies in the United States. my ob
joot is to show the difference between the mutual
and stook systems.
Endowment pion. Ton annucapaymenta on $lOOO,
payable to assured. in ten ;years, or to hie repre
sentatives, in case of previous death. Age, 25
EQUITAUV.E. NATION A.L.
Ist, premium, • $lO3 91 isB7 20 '
23 " 9 per cent. of, 94 56 !, 87 30(
33 •' l7 !' B6 25 I 87 i 0
4th ,"23 " 80102 187 10
Bth " 28 " 71 1 82 •87 10
6th " 35 " 67 55 87 30
7th " 39 ; " 63139 87 30
Bth " 47 " 8, 5 118 87 30
9th " 49 " 63 0 87 30
10th " 54 " 47 81 87 30
NTEREST 6 PER CENT
Ist premium, int't 10 years, $62 34 $52 38
2d " " 9 " 51 06 47 07
3d " " 8 " 41 40 41 84
4th " 7 " 33 60 30 61
sth " " 0 " 26 93 31 88
Eth " " 5 " 20 26 26'15
7th " " 4 " 15 21 20 92
Sth " c( 3 ti 991 15 60
9th " " 2 " 636 10.46
10th " 1 " 286 523
In tha National, the policy holdeipays $l6O 70
more than he gets, anti then only gets six per
cent. for the use of his money—simple interest.
The companies compound it at from eight to ten
per cent., and realize much more. The Equita
ble compounds its interest at ton per cent., semi
annually, and realizes more in this Way than the
one thousand dollars; but not so much as the
National, as you will see by the above table; for
all money received as premiums, over and above
the actual expenses of the Equitable, is declared
a dividend to the policy holder. Figures trill not
W. A. STONE it. CO.,
Odin Ist door above 1 Aos. Equitable
Convorso & Osgood's. J
Wolisboro, Juno 15, 3iv
ALABAMA CLAIMS. We are informed that the most per
sktant and nu yielding of the private citizims who have
claims vs. the In itish tiovernment are C. Ayer
& Co., of Lowell. ➢lass., the manufacturers of medi
cines. They will consent to nothing less than that
their demand for medicines destroyed by the British
pirates shall he paid in gold and in dollars to tho last
cent. 'they are emboldened by the fact Unit the des
truction of their goods by the English In China and
elsewhere (tor where are not the throibleseme nation
trainPling upon somebody 1) have hitherto Imempald iu
full, and they now any that they shall be, They hew
ov or propose thlti comprowlso :-Clvo on Canada and «o
will call it oven, becaufie tyo •ran then sand our tone.
dice there without duty. I Waelaington News.
May 111, 1650.
I.' KU VI AN valnahlu medicino* has
b eon silently !nuking its way into public favor by the
n erons rumor': :thlu corns it loth performed. Its
singular ellicacy is offing to 1110 pob,xidt: iJ ir o n which
In this proparation roinalbs unchanged, and Is tho
only form in which Oda riled donent of healthy blood
can hu supplled._
The Confessions of an Invalid ;
T3ll ItLISIIIM for th'e benefit of young men rind °thorn
1_ who Jrufforod from Nervous Debility,oef., supply ing
tho mentor of frelf•corn. Wriern by ono who cured
!dimwit . ; and rum/ for on receiving pouhpaid directed
onvelripe. Address, NATHANIEL MAYFAIR,
Brooklyn, N. Y —dnr.
The Rice Divorce Suit ferft mid
In ago, id calming groat excitement in Ilev ten, It
Amnia warn plm; men not to marry in bloat% Hire
fa lint 1.t.1; his bride 37. Ito swears that mho made him
failieve she 16tH bitt his clyn ago, by tieing Magnolia
halm upon hiic face, niaik - and hands. Poor youth. Ilii
Probably 1. . 1 10 her elbows weren't quite no soft anal
pretty. Ought Hogan to ho indicted? Wn know of
many similar casts. Thin 119 m gives a moat wonder
ful peat ly tuna natural complexion, to which we don't
_object. We lil.e met ty women. To finial. the picture,
they should use Lyon's KathOron upon the hair. With
pearly chin, ropy (hooka nut l euoft, luxutioni tresses,
they become irresistible.
With Paper, -Window Paper Cit Cloth Sli mace
SPSING STueli ton 1870. 7 -Hugh Young dr. Co.
havo just received their first installment of Wall,
Paper, Window Paper, and Cloth Shades, for
Spring trade, which will ho sold cheaper than
ever. Borders, Window Fixtures, 'Cords, Tass
els, Gilt Cornices, Picture nails, and' everything
else that belongs to the trade. Come and price
our goods, and examine them
elsewhere. Specimens and prices sent by mail
to any part of the county.
N. B. Our stock is thdnlargest ever brought
into the county, and wo don't intend to be under
bold. HUM! YOUNG , Co.
Wellshoro, March tii, 187 0.-tf.
Mr. Allen Daggett of Lawrenceville, announces
himself a candidate for the office of Sheriff, the
31r. T. I. It .1.1. Hi, •
of l'ioga, aiil•oltaceg hituself a
cao•lfilata f , ••• 1••• ••ilsco of het dl, aulutet. to 1)10 •I,•r i•
birm of tho 1:•1•111,lican COIIVQIaIOII.
Mr. U. A. Fiz,h, 01 Alain:4l;lll.g, announeen himself' a
candidate lin . t h e office of Hiliject to the de( i•
sion of the Republican Conccntiotl.
Mr. Joe S.,Ttigham, of nuerfli.l(l, offers Itimaelf ae
a eandiaate lor the offiee of Shy! iIT, Htildeet to the
the It,. pohlie,to Coti%ontiva
Mr. M. of Knoxville, offers himself as
a candidate for liht riff, subject to the decision of tho
Mr. .1. AI. PLelps of Mans 111,1111C(.14 IlinYOU II
candidato for tho (Afire of Suet iff, hubjeet to tho.tlecis
iun 01 the , Republican COll yell tlOll.
Mr. A.,,clohn Smith, of Middlebury, announces him
-601 a e la candidate for the office of Sherill, subject to the
decision of the Republican Convention,*
A eAnn,-;—ilaving been polieited by many of
nit friends, in d t tow neldps, to offer myself
candidate for Representative, I take this method of
informing them that I accede to their request. 'Whal
ing it to ito distinctly understood that I adhere to my
previously ex-pressed opinion against personally can
vassing for delegates' votes, to secure n nomination, I
shall therefore reit alit from the usual practice. Should
the Republicans of this county do too the honor of
choosing-me to represent and servo them in the State
Legislature, I wilt endeavor. by n faithful discharge of
my duty, to repay them for tho trust confided in ma. •
1110.46, May , HENRY lIIILLANDS.
NEW SPRING MUM
AND FANCY COOPS
InRS. SOFI ELD has returned from tho City
with an assortment of New Goods to which
Rho invites the attention of the ladies of Wells
-IMro and vicinity. ller stock comprises n choice
STRAW , GOODS, LACES, RIBBONS,
FLOWERS, KID GLOVES, HAND
KERCIIIEF'S, COLLARS, FANS,
EMBROIDERIES, and a vari
ety qf WHITE GOODS.
Thankful for tho generous patronage of the
past, she hopes to merit a con6nuance of the
same. Bonnets & Hats repaired to order.
..Pi v r I nm also tigont for' thelirloox .t 5 Uibbs
Sowing Machine. Mrs. A. SOFIELD,
Welimber° April 2,0, 1870. 11 itl
HAND IN HAND
Office, No. 112 S. 4th St,, Philadelphia
Charted Capital $5!(10,000
Assets, - -
Valuation of Policies, Iss.
Annual Income, -
Ratio of Assets to Liabilities—
sets to every $lOO,OO of liabilities
zai-r-This Company, which ranks amongst the
most popular and successful Life Insurance Com
panies, grants policies on all desirable plans,
both with and without profits. ALL POLI
CIES ARE ,NON-FORFEITABLE.
NICHOLAS RITTENIIOUSE, Pres't
ROBERT )IH. FA UST Soo'y•
A. 11.. MONROE, Agent, Wellsboyo
°Mee with inn. I. Mltcboll.
VitIOTPII. -- 44.11i.. ii 4 -04 ;41
CASII PAID POD WOOL AT
SEARS & DERBY'S.
Wtslleboto, June, 8,1870-3 m.
$730 39 $873 00
$269 93 $287 73
$726 39 SS73 00
269 93 287 73
$996 32 WO 734164 41
- 67,910 00
-$155,00 of as
WOULD respeolfully call the attention "of
010se purchasers to his now and extensive
just recoived, ouch as
SIJAWLS BOMESTICS, .01" ALL KINDS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTIIS, COT
, TON MATTINGS, PLAIN AND
COLORED, TABLE LINEN,
Window Drapery, and an ondloos variety of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, RIBBONS, , PAR
ASOLS OF ALL STYLE AND PRICES.
Department will ho found full and complete,
including many new styles of tine Goods, made
up, and in the piece. All are invited to call
examine. Also an endless variety of
very eloap at THOMAS HARDEN'S.
WeHeber°, June 1, 1870.
100;000 POUNDS WOOL
A LSO, $lO,OOO DOLLARS WORTH OF
To be sold at the lowest break down prices, at
ACADEMY CORNERS, PA.
Juno, 0, '7O-tf. - PURPLE 6r, DEMEAUX
TILE HARTFORD )if FE AND ANNUITY
INSURANCE COMPANY wants good men
as agents in this County. The Interest-Bearing
Plan, exclusively used by this company, enables
agents to do a I«rfic business and obtain insur
ance where no other plan seili, on account of its
thoroughly equitable features; providing t
dens, incinno during life, and giving exact j -
tico to all, old or young. Agents can ACCU o
unusually goOd contra cla.by addressing,
• IaNGHBURY if, KELLOGG, Gen'i Agts.,
f 23 Walnut fit., Philadelphia, Pa.
pm, S, 12370-4 t.
1 1 IR . ) McFarland Trial Ended
and so is the Digit Price of Goods at
Wilson S, Valkenburg's.
Gold Down Gcods Down, and Specie
~ Payment Resumed !
of almost every quality, style and price, and at
endless varioty. Prop in and take a look througl
our new stock arid be convinced.
Ladies' Dress Goods,
boa utiful styles, larva assortment and cheap
CLOTHS & CASSIMERES
of ovary description, and clothing made to order
in the very best style, and warranted. Also,
in any style desired
111 MY MA • D CLOTHING
always on hand to fit a customer at once.
M iVelia , aO, 1.1 ..,'''Th ------- ',.
111(1 6 :641
• tilfs i
n.. : ., 5 ,..
CLll 4,tr o \''''.. i
litili e ql, r , 611,19
AkiliF' - of r •
Is e, t _ „
Th; , c . •
• iitio rox§ k m x .:- 610 (r
4.,.o•Nifyg.b EA IS LA N DIIIVEAD.
Nos, 16, 20, and 27, containing':loo yds. 10c.
-, 30, :16, and 40, " COO yds. 150.
', 50, CO, 70, and 90 " • 700 yds. 25c.
We are also Agents for the celebrated HOWE
& CO'S - Improved Sewing Machines.
WILSON AD VAN. VALNENBURG
Wellsboro, .Juno. L&,
A. flfl~JllflPlfllflEY &
OPPOSITE the the lia7lett House, TIOGA,
Pa., keep constantly on liana a large assort
mont of Family
Gtoceries and Provisions,
FLOUR FEED, AND MEAL, PORK,
Burr Ell, LARD, CHEESE, Gm.
Prieea down to the bottom figures
May 18, 1870.-3 m. A. HUMPHREY & CO
The 'Place to Buy Groceries,
L. F. TRUMAN.
AVING takon the *oro formerly occupied
by John R. Bowen for, dry goods, and con
verted it into a
GROCERY & PROVISION
- everything fresh and good can he found here,
anti at pricos to please.
COFFEES, SUGARS, MO-
LASSES, 'FISH, &C., &C.,
to Emit all
Call and see us, that we may convince you
of the faet that our motto is, " Cheap, Quick
Sales, annd Small Profits."
L. F. TRUMAN
Wellsboro, Feb. 23, 1870—tf.
• Hotel fog• Sale.
rilllll 11 °TEL at Osceola, is Offered for sale
on reasonable terms. This stand is a de
sirable one, hug two barns upon the premises,
three wells of good water, and a lot of fruit trees.
The lot contains acres of land. Address, or
call on JAMES J. MARTIN,
Ormolu, June 1,1810-11 m. The Proprietor.
J. A. PARSONS & CO'S DOUBLE COLUMN.
Lots of New Cam--odds
J A. PARSONS & GO'S,
CCirIINTING, DZ. "Sr.
Dress Goods and Silks.
$1,60, cheap at $2,00
1,76 " 2,25
2,00 " 2,50
Ler-Dress Goods in Great variety. Newest styles at full
30 Per Gent Less than last Season.
Linen Shirtings, good yard wide, , . :111 to 50 Cents.
" Chinese Grass Cloth " " . . . 22 to 31 "
Now Style Printed Jaconets, . . 25 Cents.
" " Striped Swiss, . . . . . - :311 "
French Prints, Extra Wide, . . . . . iS to 25 Cents.
-Parards. 49 Sun Vrnbrellas,
AN IMMENSE S'l' I % .
Parasols, fine qUality, 20 Cents . to $1,50 Less than last Season
" low goods: 25 Cents . . to 50 Cts: " " ..
Sun Umbrellas, best goods, 50 to 75 Cents di " it
Shawls ! Shawls !I
New Styles at $2,75
4 4 a pp
Paisley Shawls at au equally great reduction
A. T. STEWART'S
BLACK ALPACAS, 1
At a still further reduction in prices ; being now 124 cents on the low goods
and 25 cents on the tine goods less than last fall.
An entirely now Mahe at lower price iz than any in market
PERCALES EXTRA WIDE, NEWEST PATTERNS, 25 CENTS
THE CHEAPEST IN THE COUNTRY.
The Josephine Seamless, the best fitting gloves in the market, in .all stud is find sizes, at a
White Pique; Nainsooks, i Plaid and Striped, &c
In great variety Cheap. Prints, Oinghams, Sheetings, Shirtings, and all other Domestio
Goods received almost daily, and sold at prices that cannot fail to suit.
An extra assortnient at less than ever before. CORSETS in seven different styles, all num
Cassimers ! Cassimers ! Cassimers !
The most handsome stock of all Wool Cassitners for $l,OO and $1,25 per pard over before offered
CASHMERETTS. TIM Trenton Plaids in great variety, - very cheap, the best goods for chil
BOOT & SHOE DEPARTMETT.
We have added largely to our former immense stock, and think we have the most complete as
sortment ever kept here at any time. We have full lines of
i at $1,50,
$l,OO, $1,50, $1,75, $2,00, $2,25, $3,50, $3,00 $3,50
Ladies' Pebble Grain, Sewed, High Cut, $2,50.
Ladies' Pebble Goat, Sewed, High Cut, $2,75.
Ladies' GoUt Morocco, Sewed, High Cut, $2,75.
In most of the above makes we have Misses and Childreus', making a variety of styles equa l /
to the largest city stores, and We make our prices much lower than regular Shoe Stores can afford
to sell thorn. We also guarantee our work to ho of the best makes, and nearly t all our stook i
J. RICHARDSON'S MAKE,
ELMIRA. This stock we keep in still larger as'sorttnwit. and Otero is no work that can come
in competition with it at the prices we am selling it. There is no better work of the class to be
had anywhere. We warrant it to be equal to the best, and make our prices very low.
Corning, 4uutt 22. 1870.
1 ARABS. t
PURE IWOHAIRS 1
bars always on hand at tbo lowv“ pricoe in tnarkot
Ladies' 'Serge PoliSh,
9 1 9
Ladies' Surge Congress,
Ladies' Serge Fox Polish,
Ladies' Serge Fox Button.
Ladies' Serge Plain Button.
bought direct from the manufacturer
$2,25 cheap at $2.75.
2,50 " 4,00
j. A. PARSONS & CO.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
ANEW and desirable stock of Goods 'can
again bo found at
wicKnAm & Furs,
We do not boast the largest, but a stock well
and carefully selected, and bought strictly for
Cash, saving all interest and discounts which
ptirobasers will at once perceive thoy have in their
favor. Most articles in the
WOODEN WARE, AND CROCKERY
can co found at prices which always : guarantee
their :a le.
CALL & SEE FOR YOURSELVES
May 4, 1870—tf.
"'7 4l " 4lls rW r g e
A• tooth„ove kept in s Tioga cou g nty. s ,Also a
NEW IMPROVEMENT, never before offered do, the
public, with which be can give more perfect sets
of teeth than can possibly be made on apixdfier
plan yet known. [Soo testimonial at the office.]
Nitrous oxide gas administered with reipaika
ble effect; rendering the extraction of tooth pain
less, and oven pleasant. Two new and \complete
gasometers in operation, furnishing a full sup
ply of fresh gas at all times.
Special attention paid to filling - and-proserva
ion of tho natural teeth. Prices to suit all.
Fob 2 '7O tf
Is an excollent articlo of granulated Virginia; wher
everi, iutrod Iced it is universally admired. It is put n. Il
up ian isms uiuslin bags, in a hirh orders fur
Meersclusu n Pipes are daily packed. ,
LARDS YACHT CLUB TOBACCO,
Classed by all who consume is as the "finest of all;", it
is made of the choicest leaf grown; it is anti•nervOns
in its sffeuts, as the Nicotine has been pstraCted; 'lt
leaves no disagreeable taste after smoking; it, Is Tly
mild, light in color and weight, hence one pound w 11
last as long Its 3of ordinary tobacco. In this brand we
also pack (riders every day for first quality ldeerschaum
Pipes. Try It and convince yourselves it 1 . 11 all ltclaims
to be, "TIIE FINEST OF ALL."
LAIE.`s CENTURY CHEWING
This brand of Cut Chewing Tobacco has no equal or
superior anywhere. It is without doubt the best chew
ing tobacco in the country.
Ilaig_now been in general use in the United States
over HO years] =aad_etiii acknowledged "the bust"
If your storekeeper doek not have these artktes for
sale, ask him to get them;'they are sold by respectable
jobbers almost everywhere. '
Circular and prices forwarded on application:
P. LORILLARD & CO.; New Yotk.
March 16,1870-lm .
ANOTiIER TUMBLE I
Our Prices To-Day.
Best White Wheat 'Flour $7 pr bbl. 1,75 pr. sack
" Red witnter ' ' .c 0.50 " 1,02 "
"XX Spring Wheat, 0,00 " 1.50 "
Buckwheat Flour, 2,00, per 100 lira.
Best Foed, 2,00 .. •,
Bran and Shorts 1,50 ,‘ "
Meal 2,25 " "
These prices wily FOR cAsii.
All persons not hazing_ settled with us, can
not blame us now if they find their accounts and
notes left with an mono cy for collection. We
give duo nctico. W. &. B.
BAGS.—We want all persons having any bags
with our mark on them, to return;the same at
once, as we shall take steps to se'cure them.—
We have 500 bags scattered among the peoplo.
The AIR LINE Coaches !
ANOTHER MA N • OVERBOAR I).
1 - 1
A N attempt to conlisrate the Air Lino Coach
es, which proved to too light for heavy
bur,iness. The Air Line is a paying business
it pays the travelers and proprit tors. So we all
say LET lIER RIP !
The Air Lino stages leave Wellsboro at 5 a.m.
and 11 n.m., arriving at Tioga at 7 a.m. and I
p.m. Loaves Tioga at II n.m. and ti p.m., arri
ving at Wellsboro at I p m. and 3 p.m.
_.F,O-Tho Air Lino coaches connect with trains
of tho Blossburg and Corning railroad, and the
tagos leaving WellslHA fur Cedar Run, Jersey
Shore, Pine Creek, Gaines and Coudersport. •
ff.:._x7POrders loft at Truman's express office, or
the hotels, will be attended to.
F. D. BUNNELL de; CO.
May 11, 1870. tf
$2,000 A YEAR AND" DXPENSES
To Agents to sell the colelirated WILSON SEW
ING MACHINES. The best machine in tbo
world. Stitch alike on both sideg. ONE MACniNE , ,•
WITHOUT MONEY. For further particulars, ad- - ,
drees 28 N. 9th St., l'hilad'a, Pa, Apr. -3m
NOTICE.—Wo hereby forbid any person trus
ting or harboring our father, Jacob gra
ham, on our account, as woshall pay no debts
of his contracting after this date.
Jackson, May 27, 187 t).
TXTHITE LEAD, LINSEED OIL,
V V and
!PAINTERS' MATERIALS OF• eLL KINDS,
ifor salo ebteapor than at any other establishment
in Tioga County. at
P. E. WILLIAMS Sc CO'S.
lOWA LAND AGENCY.
rplIE 'subscriber would. inform the public that
he has tha agency of a quanta, of
Which ho will sell for cash, or elohange fot real
or personal property., on reasonable terms.
- '"OREAT BARGAINS OFFERED.
lie would say Oat he has examined the prop
erty and tit4s fof t himself, and believea be con
!Woke it for the interest of persons going West,
to give him si catt before purchasing AilsewherP.
For particulars, inquire of S. B. (10(1VELI t ,
May 1.1, ' l lO ly Sabinsville, Tioga CI"-, P.
CASH PAID FOR WOOL EX
A, P. ROBERTS.
Welluboto Juno, 15, 157.0.
A. B. EASTiIAN,
No. 13, Me m STREET,
Cash ! IS7O !
SEE HAT SELLING FOR CASII!
WRIMIT d; BAILEY
WOOL Wit NITD.