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,Tw9 tirelen little feed all day havel
Aokoie tith parlor floors •. ' ' -
Two tlny t dimpled bands have slyly plotted
Mischief behind the door I
Two_toigte, *be with Watch t '•
their glance on all have dung ;
Two roge•rad lips, their merry ob atterleg, teasing,
In hird,likewntel hive anng...
Nov, o'er those orbs the drowsy lido ar(oloeing,
And lips vhile halide nlig feet lie atilt. reposing,
Have - iiitipeved thetruGood•night."
O plljawthour f when a _ ofd In inset!
. aleop, : descend.ink, •
An4 s glnsi! sweet repoiti•
To toti-wonintortils.' all their 'tronbig ending,
In sweet, oblltiona4onen:_ , ' a.
For lis•who guidetthe sunlight's totting, •
And gently yells, the earth,
That deep repose may brihg that seltfortettfq,
Prehide to newer birth,
Will ever guard tne tender infant's slumber, - „.":.!
. .And salad Jaliangetbands, . . • I
Tho Mldnighi 'Waft& and dawning hours to num
- I I
With star i till wands.
A Limn for Farmer Boys.
THE first- and main step toward ob
taming a competency of ten, twenty, or
fifty thousand dollars, is the securing
of : the chief difficulty • in
getting the one thonsandiain obtiaitiing
the hrithandred and keeping it. :tack
neyed as this may appear, it is a fact
that is ever
. new, and - one that ever
needs to be drummed into the - ears of
the struggling millions who workhard
and look. with stral4lng vison, but in
vain, for the coming. of plentiful days.
And especialy does this honieli_phil ! ,
Wealthneed to be emphasized
at the present time, and impressed upon
the young men of this generation, since
the prevalent tend4hey, now more than
ever befoiel, 1 for beginners
or business - life to fritliopt such a scale of
personal' and iiiinify! expenditure as
must rendeyr thrift impassible;.: The
youth of our.tirmi seem likely, to forget
that'easY .eiroutustauttes in middle o
mature age are, its' a rule, only to be
pnrehased at the eo49f rigid seirdenial
iri earlier ytiats,, The son and - daughter
are ambitious to begi lite where their
parents, left off—in other woith they
wiah:tO reap' where- they hav6 not 43(1r
or liefbre they have sown, antr the re
sult is, lives of makeshift anxietyy-und
failure. Most those who - art.,- reality.
industrious, and 'et find theinselveslitt
the noon of e itli only their daily
efforts lie • eeu thelrfamilles and want,
could hay been in more comfortable
circiitostances, had they early learned
the lesson that the key to a competency
lies In the practice of rigid economy at
the outset of life.
He who dqes not begin to save when
hec coramenbes life for himself will
rarely begin at all, for where not even
the nucleus of a modest fortune has
been early acquired, family expenses
will after a tlnie, grow as fast as the in:
come, and ate ; 'two keep
,abietikt : 'ever
Some of the ways in which even a
very small sum, aptualy saved and put
aside in early life, served as a stepping
stone to fdture competence are these i
The saving gives the young man the
reputatlen among his neighbors and
business associates of being careful;
frugal, and prosperous. 'lt gives him
what: is called a good business credit, it
is accepted as an index of his business
character, and instead of his being
forced to seek employment, opportunt.
ties see)r. him. Besides, Lis little ready
capitol enables him to take advantage
.c-iburolurire7petttlgig "fitztpx- n , - - - 'Wf miry:
empty-handed, he could not spire to.—
It enables him' soon to become his own
emPloyer--fa inot — it - Important, conSider
ation. Mo r tey begets money. Capital
has a man 1 tendency toincrease Itself;
and a very little eepital in the hands of
a judicious person, and combined wtth
the labor of strong and skillful hands,
is a vast help. The day laborer_ or the
medhanic who beau few hundred dol
lars in the bank, or' invested in a good
interest-bearing security, is a capitalist
as well as a working-man, 'and is pro
patod to reap the advantages of his
But mainly, the saving and keeping
of the first hundred or the first:thousand
dollar's la the key to future succesii,froni
the face that it , builds up business ,char
acter; it compels the formation!of habits
ofcconomy,and fixes them for tire ; • it,
pule the young worker ou the• right
A rofid ; accustoms him to keeping out of
debt, drills hini,tu the lidinely scienta
of ke_eping his financial matters Snug,
and builds:up a granite determi atlon
to force expenses below income.— .B.
God Pity Them.
Twelve o'clock at night! Allisquiet
without, as we peer into the darkue l s
from our office. window. How 'many of
our fellow beings ate groping their way
out there in • the darkness? And 4 how
suggestive it is of the dreary daricuess l
•of- life—where there is no ray of.:right
to guide the weary,
as he journeys toward the great here
after. And how many there are who
are thus journeying! Humaii beings,
withouthopel: Itudderlestualips, drift
: ing on in unknown km I ' Women and
little children "wlth no one to, love,
none: carese—with no hoMe—no
friende--and :no star to guide them—are
plodding their i viay,up the steep hill of
adversity, nneared for and, unthought
. the great, moving, busy World: 1 -
God pity them!
son,” said a l gentleman the other
, morning to a six-year old Urchin, "I
wish you to go of an errand to your
grand-mother', house to•day." "It is
lmiamaible," was the reply, "I belong
to the , Hlghilyer and Tiger ball ( clubs,
and both play a match to-day, the one
;In'thb morning and the other in the
I afternoon. Glve me forty cents for a
i ball. '
t four-year-old bey :In
'ping called to go to bed at an
in' than suited his Inclination,
nllowlng poserto his -mother :
!Moon. the little Stars'. main
c A brl;
"Yes, my child," was the answer.
"Well, mamma, then why-,Aoes she
them stay up all night ? Don't you
ink +qv) knows what'S right?"
A clergyman once took for hie-text
these words: ".The World,, the r lesh,
and' the Devil,'.! •and comMencsd, his
sermon In OAS manner: " I shalt pass
over the flesh; touoh \lightly upon the
world; and hasten ofi as fast as I can to
Miele Yea, up in thes.country, doll%
belliiVelitranyur - thy, new inventions: -
He doril see "Whet on - error there sari
be bfaueileitil at l6 4t a Weed sewing tnti-,
chine? Be is pestered enough with the
plaguy things without sowing them;
The rigliti of woman--if she cannot
be captain of a ship, may .she always ,
Tioga, -010ty Affitatori
• . 7 I ~ - =
ii , ' ' 'lciit if
office ... well sine wit.. Typo, Presses, .to,,-
\" has every advantage for doing
' •'' -, JO .:} PRINTiAriaTh: ' '-'
• ti 6 \ .---- -L
', , A I- ,
in stitierier iiattlierkilain'or in Cu!a' ,s irorde 4EI- ;
din g rd'OD'is Sheer tate, ' Any kinder styTe of work -
done' t this office, se folkiwat
_s, • . -
lAwßooke,Pamphlets, _ &rill, Invitation Cards, ,-: ,
Eland Blue , Programmed , Checks, Dra ft s, 'Rubins, -*-- ,
Bill Heads, Circulars, Orders,Belpping . Cant,
Buidlawa bards,.linvolopes, Tinted Plate Printing;
Nolan (lards, Wedding &0., & C. , ke.. ,
',JusticelEilnultsi. f , 's f... - 3 . '
• L: )."? -:3 ',i - ,' ' ' ' %. • ' •:- -- - - -.z• ',. `l .
And an'olbet blianiniconstanqy on bind and Ibr'eshis:
, i ••,- i!' .J 'f, ' • - '' ; '."-
Deedl;wiFttlntiti, 4 ? '
-.- Bibool Contracts-. :,`, : . ~"-
Deeds, gaittotaint. e : Summons, Subpoenas; i p
statement and Conicibion, Warrants, ,Exelmtions,
Amicable Action, , Indemnifying Bonds,
Bonds,Constable's Sale, Attentnnedsta,Utpionent
Collector's Pale, " Notes, Petition and Bond
IderriageOertlanate, ' - far Appitnent Of guardian.
And any other-blanks - ent eeumensted allovi will.tie
printed to order on sbert notice. i . -
air Persons sending orders for JOB WOci.K will-get
their -work promptly done and renamed. We alien
spare no pains to pleats our customers in Ibis depart
ment. "Those, totting work, plea_ieLstafth themlie s i',of
job,lkind ofightied , paner desired ::' - .." ''IL -; ' -';'" -
VAN OBLDBR & MITCLIELL.
„,, web. 1870
vira do not pay "peek in making change,
but we de self Reeds from _
25 to 50 per Cent Less
than atty other 'store in this vieinity,.,whiet is
better, We hay fast received a I
and have bought them to tell in order to do this
quickly, have marked „them at email WOMB)
WITLI GOLD AT PAR 'AEI A. RAM.
of all \ kinds are oheaier than they hive. been in
ten years especially.
DRESS SILKS, FRENOII POPLINS, &o.
a full lino in stook, and, at sue4' low prioee that
every lady can afford a new drew!.
IN ,r.A.mgy spwLs„
we have a complete assortment and °REAPER
nun EVER B.ErtoRS. Our stock of ,
Poinestic hoods, Fancy Dress
Goods, Woolen Cloths, .
is as usual very large and varied, and WE wren-
LNTEa PitIOES to be as low as can be 'found any
where within 100 miles. Ott
is fall of fresh Goode AT OVULE PRIM, and
every one can now atfOrd to batre everything they
oat made good..
WE OORDIA.LLY INVITE THE PEOPLE OP TIOCIA.
NUM T to call and examine our, Stook and pri
oes—being satisfied that it will pay them to oome j
and buy their goods at
• We always give onstomers from a distance the
NEWELL & OWEN.
Oorniug, April 8, 1870. •
WALL . P
be distinetly understood to the inhabj
I_4 itants and °Mims of WeMawr°, that we
and any other sale° in the
cheaper than can be eold by any othe4 find in
Ticks County; farther we do affirm thal,no man
pan undenell us unless they reoeidts goodi 'by
We have Suet received from N. Y.,
35,000 ROLLS OF WALLPAPER
bOught;at the present Gold prices $l,ll, .which
we Will sell cheaper than any, pther.arm west of
N.Y. Call and examine, and we are certain.
that we can please in• Price and quality, and'if
not suited we Trill pay you for our time in
J , P. R. I WILLIAMS; CO.
Welleboro, April 6, 1870.
• ATICIIiB & tOUDI3IN re
E , .:-,_ W ipentfally lafortit the pub
%a:lZ*. f lio that they ve etlitabliehed a
Livery for Hire,
At their Stable en Pearl St., opposite Wheeler's
Wagon ebop. Single or double rigs; furnished to
order. They aim to keep good horses and wa
gons, and intend to please. 'Prices reasonable.
' 1 WATKINS A LOUDEN.
Nov. $4, 186p—ly!
CApt, AND 888 that largo stook or wall pa
per, Wittig off at cost, at
,P:'R WILLIAMS A:IL CO'
Wallsboro,' May 25,1870.
Hamingformed a partnership in the 'l'in, Stove
and Hardware trade, the undersigned have the
ideaitart.ttiannoundo that .they hitt% at a great
anti - ay,IOMM to, th:kusuarstook . Of the old stand
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
coMplete assortment dr" Itardirare,
of whloh - we enumerate the telloirtintattleles
NAILS, SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP. -HINGES,
- • „
BITIiSI i OCICS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,' •
_"i .' BENOILSCREWS,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE 410.1.313,
BURRS, SKEINS,. WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, -AXLE
TIC ' -
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
ec BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AN,P STUPFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PISTOL CARTRDGES, ,
-POWDER AND •
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but a
few , of the many article's oanspOsistig our stOsk
of Hardware. .
We invite the public to call and examine for
theineelves. We aim to keep the beet quality of
goods in oarline; and all work Po Oder 'dote
promptly and well.
AGENTS FOE TILE
Ilitelkeyellower . 01ir, Reaper.
AT FACTORY PRlbleB,
Always on band or farnishtid to ordor,at
ROBERTS & BAILEY'S Hardware
• ROBERTS LI, BAILRY.
Wu. Ron .78.
R. 0; BA ILEY.
Wollabor Jin .1, 1 8 70:-tf.'
T; L. BALDWIN fk 001 -
TIOGA, PA. "
ind:see snloe stook of ,Goodi for the
SPRING &, SIMMER.
11111130 111311ZZ (24024
—all styles, aoloxa and pati.erna--
ALPACAS, POPLINS, CAMBRICKS,
FRENCH JACONETS, ORGANDIES,
PEQUAS, VERSAILES, BLACK
• AND COLORED SILKS,
BEAUTIPUL" Summer SHAWLS,
and - a laTa asaortment to seloolfrqn.
LOAKS -OA.DY—MADE, AND 420TH
TO MAKE MORE,`ALL KlNps'or
, FRINGES, TASSELS•
Sw., TO TRIM DRESSES
—Our stook of—
can't be betit. - If keep, up with everything. the
, 1 Yankees have thought of so far.
HOOI SKIRTS, BALMORAL SKIRTS,
too numerous to,mantion; .but w ill say that you
will seldom and so large an assortment to select
ffom in a country store, and clear down to the
, BOTTOM FICi
We also keep a large assortment of
in snits, and parts of snits. Should wa fail to
an snit yon ,
with ready - made , we have Cashmere
I • •
A TAILOR - 0 OUT AND FIT.
Boots and Shoes,
• • :141 00 , 1eis iiik4 shop.
HATS - , Arm.' CAPS, STRAW GOODS,
GOODS, A COMPLETE LINE OF
HARDW.AA.RE, SHELF HARD - -
WARE; NAILS; IRON, - : •
Look!, !latches, Parpentrs!Tooli.
•.•• 4 • /
A GENERAL STOOK OF
Fresh.- •TBAB areSirer .thair at *ay time siege
the war. , not go to Cuba to buy sugar, avid
so hire [Mine aheep. We are agents for the
Rarno4 4 ; y+pattoole to rj9il4wlthdrop 1q:
SALT, LIME, PLAiT.E.Ii, PORK, FLOUR
Lithe; Cayuga Plastek, cEo
Butter tribe, Palle. P i irkite 'and Ashton Salt•tO
Savor with. All kinds of !arm Produce want.
ed. Prices caret be boat. •
' • ".' f•,•1 •
T. L. iT
iiWUT. do CO.
%logs, Pa., May. 4,1870. •
New Stockl- = ew Dods 1
taken thtk o nnyt, eta* lupe. ea
Wright it Ballet - , wbeoe Oa" hand
wfth a nelr stook of
BOOTS, :BALI4GRAI4q t GAtIOBB,
GALLIGAB.IOI3 - :
'warranted to At any tone frOntißo. itAii IA 'in.
olhiree: Tbs. stock ban been l'elented'AY. .One
;,w!leliisf the advantage of -
TII:IRTY YEARS' EXPBRIBNOB:
In ale business, and is the bistind falleatin the
canary, Oar stook of. v • `
titENOR GAIY,ATIIIi/5011 .OP2.
PER4:80LB;!TOOMMONIOAIN; - •
'LININGS; BINDING; MO
• ' --= • .
• : - • wllll4ketietCp r fiiiiirattore_. '- " - '
04111ruiliit8wi shill' lii:ltosil 'sit - licsosi isl , .
ways, wad wa NIA ;•fralliiiWoro tp . 01 jot Triads
satistogoillt . ct, tlftritli.,,'Fi,,Tion'Alqillad7
' '_ . AWEE V.A.ID ~- ,..1 . .'''
- 1.16414 ii PELTS. ;
FOR HI ES, SKI 4 ma,.
Attie the Epp of the
- W 0., 0 14- • -
• But our be et hoid trip be op',
Thaiato tno, crO.To Othout toy ntoob ootortooings ,
Fos Oboribe44 !Knows a shabby foot : .•?
Cannot bo c0mfit:5:.44 1 0434 9TOrdrooologifr
And ana may wOIR Olaott lit/OW*lth a suit' • • `•;,';
°finest olojtil, but Ooze- is „nodogmas%
o trwyoltb. thabbgrdriettol foot, 1*
took Ipco iistotleigoa, apt tbo.rfroot.''..
_ltoaaa"; pay your boots , of • • ••'• •
' • 'ot anf i otbot mons /Rolufeerifervil4
WoUiboto, Jon, i;iB44f.
Por , .
T. AM AGENT for ' , Kinney sti'o6.,A`
.phtirdtm - SprineVragoili; , iill:,l* alpd
for their light, Otteriages%and Wago ns,
all made in goedityley sand -trent. - Serseyilniber,
and 'warranted in every respeot,.equal to o any
made. _Can- furnish Soy of the ahos - ,4 at the
lowest hianufaetarerOricelt;l:d -
House Lot for Sale.
H01:184 and Lbt,' and iraeani lot - tor sale
cheap. Loudon Welleboro, and &WWI.
Inquire at the Agitator 91110 e. ' -:*.•• -, • ,
'Jan. 1, 1870--tt. ' ' ' -
TO' Fa.unuEltg. OF
lAM iiewbufbilve st mi tottenibeforyitei4iswesnee:
'Me.% superior , i, • '
FANNING' . MILL ,
which pegmatite the fellehrhigettettelettier
milli: • • • •
I.lt seisiitee rye, oat d lett leeeitii4l
Obeesand cotikle, beam wheat. •
2 '. it otealliellx- gie14A41.0 1012 1706* lieed, and all
ether diede,Votibbtir:, .1 •
'B, It eleonstitatifityiteett. * ,
. 4. It demo i ll alb Milt .
This mill bullfoftlte beet molt' thimble Own
bee, in good ityle,eati is sold obiriip ictichi,e,b, or vett.
duce. ; • ' '
twill at • patent aleeekfoi e,epitieting. pats from-
Wield to ethermilliOtieeBPoitsbiebitinl.
• . ,J IiATII3I/. •
TLwPliessvilie. 34l3 4,/ 11 ) 11 -t• t , .
FOHNDP.X it. MikalliWß SHOP .. ! '
SEARS & i'lloPAratoßs.
PLOWS, HORSE HOSES, CULTIVA
TORS, FIELD ROLLERS, EET- -
TLES, ALL erszo,,SAP PANS,
FARtfING UntlBll,l3, ain
awls, WOOD MAOHINES ros
'CHURN POWER ; THE TOMPKINS
COUNTY, HORSE POWER-XIGHT
AND TEN HORSE, CONSTANTLY
Elnd'aloo, everything usnallyfound in a, Sint
' - Wass Shop.
We call particular attention to our CIA=
CHINE SHOP, which' hal - been re-bnlit with
new, and first-clan '
Iron PLANER, DRILL, do.' We employ none
but drat-oleos workmen, and are, thereforsvpra
pared to do our work in the beet style, asiCat
short notice. We -have recently added , new
MACHINERY, for Planing: end Matching
boards. 'Call and see as.
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of the United States."
rrom , Dlspeusti
in L-` --A• • -
,IDS,. Their: odor is
s bilistisk and analp.
intatie f th,eir taa'
*.ti,s Mint ,
—43 u, chit Le'ates- are
Prinary o,rgq#4,_ ; ,
rttet4 to the I
s • •
en in complaints of the
tts;- ;such,. as Gravel, .
hqf Ok.73lgdso, - 2aor
the Bladder and: Tire:
thel .Nostace: Gland
Incontinenceo l f Urine,
eche,' ,theparts' een-'
fieiiatcon. • The i':emedy
wear n inencied in Do
Urinary 00 ,
bid Irritation. 0"
,eind retention o
from' 0,_,I0s: I • 6
eirited in its it,
;has also been'
' E i ir.R4-67
‘. 4)e;f802.1.3: from.
-andiron?, 35 to
line Or chifige, of - We; .
d, pr kibor .
the ages of "1:
; the ,
Wetting in sla
dons, Mem ,
Me Uterus, I
as l in
1 blsEl. ' OF THE .73LAD
PEA: RID wrs, 'GRAVEL,
lAND DAOr'SI,CAL SWELL
iOtoenof Dios ' , ancl.evitesike,46-
korbents into hea thy action, ,by whoh
the: Watery or Calcareoul
end aft Un'naturaie'itlargententt are
reduced, as well pain and /VIM-
i HELMBOL # S 4. EXPRACT
BUCHU has cued every case of Di
abete,sin which it , f.a.s been' given.—
„Irritation ,of the, i 7i#k o, the Bladder
and Init'ammatzon of the. Oros, Ul
eeratie% of the Kidneys a dßladder,
.etenticm. of Urine, Dis es , _
_Of th e
Prostate Gland, s tone in he Bladder,.
'Calculus, Grave , Bricle•Duit, De
posit, and ;Alums or _Milky Discharg
es, and for enfeeb ed andzdelicate con
stitutions, of both, sexes; attended with
thefollozoing symptons: .Indisposition
to. exertion, „LoSs of Pow -, r, Lass of
.?lemory,. 1470i.dt. of - :reathing,
Weak .Nerves,/Tre ' bling, Horror of
Disease/ 'TVahfulti ss, limness of
`.Vision,. Pain in the ac if of Hands,
./081 'of tie 1164,- I i ) 1 ' €BB of the
Skin,`:,Eruption ';)13 t the 'lce, .Pallid.
Cbuntenanee, Universal , ssituck of
the . , Mussulcw Roitens, ste.
' LMBO 1Y EXTRACT
:13' UCH U is Diuretic and Bload-Pu
rifyinr; and cures' all disedges arising .
trOn „habits qfdia4palion, MIMS and
unprza . kneig in liye,l impurities
. of the
illood; to., upgrading • gg ba; in
adecti:ms for wmith , w
Gonarrhma, Meets •of kng atandkV,
argil Syphilitic 4geetcons- 7 4n1lig8g as
eaiss, wed in.cpnneption toith ..11ekn.
bold's Roe Wash. '
• Sold , by al l„Priuggists and dealers
everywhere. Beware of counterfeit.,.
Aek , for , Efelmbold!s. Take no. other; _
liige—.l.2s per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $6,50. .Delivered to any address.
.Describe symptoT in communi
NONE ABE GENUINE
- LESS • DONE] er:p IN ateel-en
:grated wrapper, with, fae-simile'cf my .
Chemical Wareh e. and' itigned
R. T. R .N.LIELBOLD.
'jar to females, th e
unequaled by any
Chtorosis, or .Re-
, Painfulneei or
achirrous State of
irilitea or 'PAM.
D MEDICINES, PAINTS
'. , ' , 't IRED%
9 00 41 NE , FLAVORING
R PERFUMERY ,
L l' fir,tiOU LIME (fr,
DYE COLORS" •
1 :/to M ARV/IST & CO ' S RR .
Sold at Wholeti a Prices. Buyer
tt) °ail and got • l quotations befor
7. D. TERBELL
Jsin. 1, 1810-ly
• rata; Roofing. =
y HAVE bonl l t the•right to use the P ten
Alfietto. Ro ofi ng Toga County; anal am,
nos preparat t" - put .011 roofs_oheap and in good .
workmanlike'lanner , :. • Thls iooling Is lire and
water proof. • I refer to Messrs. Wright Bai
ley, Toles do Darker, and •0. L. Willcox, where
dimples can be iieen and roof. in use.
1 - MORES wnigaTz.
Welisboro, n.I, I.Bio—tf„
. . .
.- J ,
Wellaboro . Hotel.
!To B. HOLL DAY, Proprietor. ' A large and
1.),, oorrunodi us House, located in the lame
!Mate vicinity o all the Count* buildings, with ,
li_oe and ppm odious barns attached.
I -,games aslett actg . as hostler, and will
Always be lona on handy attentive to busineei.
Jan. 5,1570. 7 1 y ,
re ! Fur
, B. .. VAN HORN,
'STAYING , completed bis new Cabinet Ware
.- I ham on Main street, Welloboro, has stook.
ed it with a tar e and superior assorted stook of,
. FU NITURE.
ts, Walnut, Ash, 11
from $l5O down, and ea °heap
*1 the same goods can be bo't
in the freight adipd.
Walnut, Cherry, !mid
' Reps or Hair Cloth,
in 1112 b down. Moo,
SOFAS, LO t 'NOES, COUCHES, TETE
witt Ilpholetbry to atilt.
Center Table!, Walnut or Marble Topa,
' per Ranks, Hooking Chars,
Wholesale and Retail.
lam mann • tnring as usual, and Intend to
keep • full stb4k of ware, home and city made
St all times. y Ware Rooms are epaelons and
neat, and now ontain the largest, costliest and
beat stook of niture ever brought Intb the
county. • . . • . •
' Pla •
ning and Matching/
soAox, ' SAWING it:3lOl3lAM°,
done o order at the Fabtory.
Jan. 1, 188 tt.
WALZER & LATHROP,
- • DEALERS tR
lIARDWAR'S, IRON; STEEL, NAILS,
UIILTING, 811 VS, CETLIIRY,
Carriage and Etarness• Trish minim
HARNESSES, SADDLES, Ao.
Corning, N. in, :in. 2,1870-Iy.
Ingham's Woolen. Mills!
. Sll oulosorlbers will piy Cash, 1011-sloth,
Ourimorer, Flannel., Ito" MI., for Wool.—
T spare atariuboture as usual—
~ . _ _
II -.OIIDBIL OR ON SHIRRS,
to snit elastomers. All• work warranted as rep
resented. They invite partiordar attention to
, • their Water -Proof
which are warranted in every respect. Partin
ter attention given to
ROLL • CARDING
INGITAM'S large stook of Casidmeres, Lc., 26
per cent less than any competitors, and warrant.
ed as represented.
INGHADIS msnufacture to order, kind do all
kinds of Roll-Carding and. Cloth Dressing, avd
INGSAMSAave as good an assortment of
Fall Olothe, Oassimeres.
and give more for Wool in exohange thin any
Atha? establishment. Try them and satisfy your
INGHAMEI wholerale and retell at the Cow.
eneeque Mills, 8 toile" below Knoxville.
Our Cloths are warranted, and sold by. the
following person.: I
O. B. KELLEY, Welhboro, Pa.
T. L. BALDWIN A 00., Tipp, Pa.
J. 0. BENNSTT, Covington, Pa. '
100,600 Pounds of Wool
'eat to the ditoKon .of the County
Dowgeld, Jane 1, 15114-14
• \ •
B. T: VAN PORN.
*A 4 i *
--• • -
AriOro l -• , ,
bie.and 'attar BlONOki,'idtt' id, 181 0 ,' Trains
willialtarellorning.stt , h o fo oWing Itourierlar
- • Golan Witt.
8,415 and 6,064. nit EXP., dallyfor Retch.
alter Buffalo, Dan irks , Cleveland and Cittein•
nattionstking directoommicitou With Inking Of the
lirend' Trunk and TAU Shore Rallstays at Bun's%
„BunkirriandCleveland for allpointslfest, and at
5 0inelnuttl With the Ohio and Allialsaltipi and Unto
rine Short Line Rollways for .thit'Soctband South-,
4t • „ , , •'
Cl:m PREi.-EXSS MAIL, Sundais excepted, for
lola, Dunkirk' and; Cloveland, connecting' kith
Bahia for the Wert. A sleeping Coach Is tittsebed to
shin traln,ranning through to Bnifslo.
10,4 n 111 . 132. $ MAIL 7 .1 4/N, Eundays *adopted, for
.ns. BALTIMORE IXP.IIII ii,Elandaysere• t
,for notibititor and Buffalo,vla Avo
.828 p.tii., DAT RICPIIIIBB, ,Sundoys excepted, for
.uohoster, BUralo Pinkiric,Cloreland, Oinolunati,
' and, rho Battik S h ope at drinepal Stations and ton
: itoistopoluts do mainline. - ' ,•
Remand improved Drawitt4EoOta Coaches acco m pany
thisinain from. New Ko to Bufalo,and Sleeping
attached at llottiellsrille, running - through
to Cleveland and Gallon 'without change.
31415 P. m., EXPRESS MAIL Sundays excepted,
or Dunol3,,Clevoland, connecting ?Flirt trains for
• 1124' EMIGILINT TRAIN, daily,• for the West;
t i er _ *tuts Emsi. ,
11,4 .m.,, NIG UT EXPRESS, Soadays _ excepted
• chub ing•at New York with afternoon inane BO
• Stamina for Boston and Now ,England dines.
aloeplog.Coachea actompany this train to few York
435 a. nal, OINOINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays Oir.•
' capted, , Connecting Ist Elmira for Williamsport,
, flarrishtirg and the South; also at Elmira for Canon
datigua; et Waverlyvith train of Lehigh valley Rail
way; at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for Coo
,perstown and Albany and at New York, ith steam
era and afternoon Exprerrintins for Now England
" *IP* Steeping dachas acconipany this train ,
106 W York.. '
11,28 a. na.,. DAY EXPRESS, Sundays oxcepted,
connecting at Jersey „City with midnight express
train of 'Now lankly Railroad for Pbiladolphia. Aiso
atop, at principal statdons and connecting points on
Now and improved Drawing Room Coaches accompany
this train to New York. .
12.18 P. m, .ACCOMMODA.TION TRAIN, daily for
$..20 P. m., BLMutA MAIL, Sundays excepted.
• 0.11.111., NEW YORE AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
Sundays exdopted, connecting at Elmira for tilt
So n g •
7,87 p.m, LIOUTNING EXRRESS,DaIIy, connect
ng at Jersey City with morning Express train of
Kew Jersog Railroad for Baltimore and Washington;
and,at Now York with morning Express train for
Bostod and New England Cities. Alsr stops at all prin.
eipal stations and connecting points on mair. line,
Sleeping Coaoles aocompany this tray through to New
11,33 a. m.; WAY FREIGHT, Sundays excepted.
BAGGAGE ()WILED TllllOOOll
Oik- &revised and comploto"Pockot Tinto Table'of
Peseenger Train. on the Erie Railway and connecting
Lbieb,hadreeently been published, and can be procur.
edottapplioation to.the Ticitet"Agent of the Company
WIC% BARR,. . 1... D. RIIORER ,
Gen'l24ba.Agent. :- Gleti'l Sup't.
. • •
sabing & Corning, & Tioga R. Itt
TAlnswillrun as follows untllfurtber notice:
Spoomtnodailon—Leavef Blossbdrg at 6,50 a. m „Mane
field at 7,40 Tioga at 8,82. Ljavtrenf,eville at 9 01—
ng at Corning at 10,104. m.
Mall*—Leave's Bloasbarg at 2,80 p . „Mansfield a t B,IG,
Tioga at 0,48, fatarrencaville at 4,29—arriving at
Coraini at 6.80 P. m.
Maill—DeavOsOosning at 7,50' a .M., Lawrencevlili at
8,45, Vela at 9,28, Mansfield at 10,06—arriving at
BlOss-burg at 11,46 a.m. '
ACOOmmodation—Leaves Clouting at 2,66 p. m „Law.
reaceville at 4,04 'logs at 4.66, Mansfield at 5,88.•
g at Blatribtrg at 6,20 p. m.
• Northors Central R.B. •
' ISAIN3 fOR THE NORTH.
Train stOrOanandsgulalease Elm:dress follows:
ItScoModation 7 12 p m
Express [fastest train on road] 12 05 a m
Mall' 10 00 p m
Aocommodatton —.B lb p
Orland after 3nno 12, 18T0, tratns will arrive at/
depart from Troy, as follows;
$45 p. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Elmira an •
litiffalo,Tia Erie Italluay from Elmira.-
10 85' a. in.-:•Daily (0= 11 7: Sunday's) for El mire, B uffa4
• lo,Oanandafgros, heater, Susp:Dridgo and th
• Canada.. • r •
• LHATR • SOUTH WA RD.
723 A. m.—Dally(except Sundays) for_ Baltimore,
968 P. m.—Dally (except Sundays) for Baltimore,
Washington and Philadelphia. • ,
'ALTBES R. PISEE, ED. S. YOUNG
lien') trop t Ifurrisburg, lou'l Pass. Ag' t
ANOTHER - TUMBLE!.
Cash! 1870 !
SHE WHAT SELLING FOR CASH!
Our Prices To-Day.
Beit'White Wheat Flour $7 pr bb1.1,75 pr. snok:
" Red witnter • $0.50 " 1,82 "
"XX Spiing Wheat, 8,00 " 1.50 "
Buckwheat Flour, )••• 3,00 per 100 Ms.
Best Feed, 2;00, " "
Bran and Shorts • 1;50 " •
Meal 2,25 " "
These prices only FOR CASH. i
WRIGHT & BAILEY.
All persons not having settled with us,- can
not blame us now if they tind their accounts and
notes left with an attorne for collection. We
give due notice. .• W. dz. B.
BAOS.—We want all per c i s baring any bags
with our mark on them, to return the same at
once, as we shall take, steps to secure them.—
,We have 600 bags scattered among the people.
FOR SALE, .
BY the undera(gned,. a. span of horses, ffye
years old; a. good farm or-road team, Cau - ba
seen ardthe premilea of Prj. Date, in Delmar.
D. L. DEANE'.
Wellabor°, July v ia, 1870. 2m-
A. 11111t1PHREY & CO.,
OPPOSITE the the Hazlett Koine, TIOGA,
Pa.; keep constantly on hand a large aseort
meat of Yawll3,
Groceries) and Provisions,
FLOUR FEED, AND MEAL, PORK,
BUTTER, LARD, CHEESE, &C.
"Er. Prieee down to the bottom figurer.
May 18, 1
I. be bail
A LAND AGENCY.
oriber wutTlTllTuform the priblto the
tho agency of a qaantit, of
which'hi will.tell for cash, or exchange for rea
- or Personal property, on reasonable terme.
GREAT BARGAINS OFFERED.
He would 'say that he has examined the prop
erty and titles for himself, and believes he can
make it for the interest of persons going West,
to glie him a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Por particulars, inquire of B. D. GOODELL,
May 11,'70 ly Babinsvllle, Tioga Co., Pa.
!Hotel for Sale.
THE, HOTEL at Osco'ola is offered for sale
on reasonable ferule. All stand is a de
airable,one, - has two barns upon the promisee,
three wells of good water; and a lot of fruit trees.
The lot contains acres of land. Address, or
call-on - - JAMES ARTIN,
OsCeola, June-1, 1870-11 m. The Proprietor.
HARK.NESS ez. RILEY,
BOOT AND SHOE NAKEA'S.
Shop in Mozart Blook fornierly ooOnpind by
A H. Rice as a Grocery Stop).
BOOTS AND SHOES •of all kinds made to
1.11 order atid-tit the beat manner.
REPAIRINGof all kinds donapromptlyand
well s ' Give tte a call.
Wellabore, July 13,
Valuable Farm for Sale.
A farm 'of three hundred sores, with two Mtn
ill liked and tweitty-five scrim improved. Sit.
lasted two miles north of • Tioga Village; on the
Tiogiativer and Railroad. Well witttored, nu.
der. ginfa atu;e, of cultivation, and good build
ing.. Alto four house, and iota for male in Tioo'
village. ? " T. L BALDWIN.
A. ITUMPHRBY dr. CO
_,:,, i ,•..,,,,,Ji.,.,-.,-.,-4.,,,_,.„...,,,,,,..-__.--„,, . : 7:,
,- O: SiiiTti, lit
on , ain 13tr • ' b '
' 1 " gait
opened .s very large automat of
i :.11ILLINERI - GOODS -;;:
;: - .::,:.'“ - : ,. : - :ilrr.;,; ':,—'• ,:::
• , I•k•I' , 1 , -•insehair•
.1 - y.,-•-•, - 7 - *ri
261,:- - 4014N!ki13; 1 8 1 .1141V 2 .
' , LACES, FLOWERSI-RIBBONS, ,
T i to • ,
all of will be polti m,ueb below iontiet
coo. 'All 'woe* dauelyromptly, Dud -to ph ase ,
. winbboroe May lb' 18/0-iti
MRS. E. E. Kimball will.be foitnd hereaftu
hi her new qatekterp o clot Young and 0 0 , , ,‘
boa:stint,. She hae,itle!rec o lied lots of ,
to , Mob ebe in l ifit.• tit; itttention of the Met
I Welfetero and v cinity. , I
pril 13, iBYO
MBB. E. E. KIMBALL.
N 1 .11 1 ;:SPRINGt_ lILLINhuI
.:-- '• , - AND - FANCY GOODS,.
AsirsoFTELI) hub returned f 5 6m the City
lyilwith an assortment of New Geode to which
she invites the attention of the 1' dies of Wells _
il4O and vicinity. Tier stook " v rists a choke
selecition of - —• . ,
u p ,
thRAW rOOODS, - 14,0 S, RIBBONS,
FLOWERS, KID GLOM ITAIR
EMBROIDERIEk 4 . and a rani.
• 'ayof W ITE ' 000DS..
Thankful for the generous, putronage,of th e
past,' she hopes t merit a eontinuaneo of the
Bahia. Bonnets kliats repaired to order,
Ifitei- I am also agiot for the Willeox k,
Bowing Machina. Mrs. A. J. POPIELD:
i'Vellaboro / Apr4 200870, tf
lIGN . OFIB7I
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- - . • , t- '"A
r . ."---- • , 2 _____::4- , -... - 7-
ety Spring Goods
trit tsTocK IB NOICV VERY COMPLETE
in all ite brill:whet!, and Prieett down to •Ae
niforrl of Gold ete par. Our
STOCK OP CLOTS
very large, and we noalte Clothes 'to order
en desired. Our
the I✓lrgeet in Me 'motion of the State, and
Imes 10 to 20 per cent lower than laet year.
inen and White Goods
oas low as before the war. We keep the Bd.
oßrand Black Alpaca, which Madam Demor.
t, Frank Leslie and Harpers' Bazaar unite in
l onouncing the best, Alpaca in market; also
l e Beaver Brand pure Mohairit, a splendid sr.
4e, and full atsortment. 111 e •
uNiTED,siAIrEs TEA COMPANY,
':.l - 7: -.:. :'": send us with the last invoke
1 ; gig . . 1.2 1 j u u e s e t . rec ,, e xv iv e ed p , r t o h p ulo o l a le f u ter ial li n i a l i
(LI 1 Ist, 18'O, toltack a certificate
i x..--,....- $
...- --•;-!... I for an elegant Silver Plated
' - ." Tea Service, daily, in OA, pound
rickagn. The certificate when found, will be
fowarded to us through ---- '
will deli t sier the service to 'arty.
1 i •
f4t'e aq the agents for Oa,
can assure - our customers, tf
• cheaper than they can
ea the (thanes of getting
.1 . •
, ' l ,O solioit a call from all the citizens of Vogl,
rutty and vicinity, visiting Corning, midi's
re t , em that,they shall he Madly and fair ,
treat d, and ire will do them good. •
orning, pril 20, 1870. '
• W. NAVLI3,• would say - to •bis Mean
II • that bls Harness shop is now in full blast,
d thiathe, prepared to furnish heavy or light
76C Eia . .l3..eiSiii; MP
short nett e, in a good and substantial man
and at p ems that can't (ail to suit: •
he best wrk men are employed, and no bat
ebest, mat rtal used. Call and see.
tee. 9,186 ' : ly. Ci. NIS 8.,
XL rb aa, 33, o 0
MR. A. . MONROE; is the authorised
Agent for Tioga aud Potter Counties, lei
off et insurance in the
, yoming Insurance C ompany.
1 - Capitol $5,00 0 , 000
Ll:mdon, Live pool & Globe, Capitol, $1
He y will canvas the county during t. eek ex
cept Saturday , when he will be fours at the
Othise of John; . Mitchell, to attend to all who
may give him it call. A. L. MONROB.
Sept. 22, 1566-3m.* .
MBE Subsoriber will open a School .in the'
.2. village of paceola, on Monday, Mar& 7th ,
1870, and continue twelvwwceka. . , -
. - RATES OP TUIT.TOKi - .
Primary, , $3 00
Common Eng1iab,.....,.. ..... ' $3,00.
Bob. 9,—t.f. 0. 0. WARD, Principal.
FLOORING CEILING; W4INSCO
ING, TONGUED & GROOVED ,
rapidity •nd exaotn° ss, with onr new Id
oh nes. Try it •ud see. B. T. UNBORN*
" ellaboroj i n. 1, 1870..