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kituiet 'of SPW -‘ ,l•. ' ti::'
THE Stages running over
the different routes from
Welisboro, will depart and
arrive as follows from the
- ',Wellsbero Post ()ince:
woi,esetio & Tioa i.—midi Depart 6
clo & 10
m a. in., arrive .134
o'ck . .
wsusnollo & 3lawe7an.—Depart m.,.-arrive Bp. In
WilLsnolcoa rriCve & ounsiteroar.—
Monday &Thurs Dep day at 12 m. tn. Thur 2p. .
wateß ow kJa. or a&ZYBno e
Tuesday aa.—D Fr epa irt m
Thnr. 9 ft
s :5 p. • 6
WILLSBORI STONY FORK—Dep. & Friday at 3
p. In., arr. Mee. & Friday at 12 m.
TEA COUNTY AGITATOR.
WEDNESDAY,: 0CT.1.12, 1810.
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N e w.Balh'win a . Co.
Lite Immo W B Sinith•
Wellsboro HotelL-Sol. Bunnel.
Vega, High School—W. W. Gaskell.
NEW Goons.—Go and see the new
Fall and Winter Goode just operied nt linlley's
PEACHES—Mr. Hial Pero r, of .Chai.ies
ton, left at this
last-• week ) several ripe
peaches o his own raising. They were largo in
tire, of xeellent flavor, and seen :disappeared
among ho typos. This allows that poaches can
he raiscit in Tioga county. .
Goop.—Mr. John White, who has SO
acceptably conducted the Glen Niountain house
the pact season at Watkins, 14. 4 Y., has purchased
the Dickinson House, Corniaz;JTd will become
"mine host" of that house January first, next.—
Mr. White is a first-class landlord, and we Wish
him abundant 5110005'.
LIFE ASSOCIATION. --fie call atten
tion•to the Mutual Guaranty Life Association, No.
cg 11roadway,,N, Y., as one wboxe leans of Life
Insurance excel an,T, that have so far been offered
to the rinblic, and they certainly appear to sts
to combine the great desiderat4 in the lift, insur
ance} eaffty, economy, simplicity and accormida
tion of payment. Several instirance 1) lip erri p -
renr to endorse their plans ver favorably. W.
B. Smith. agent, Knoxville, a - adv. in
WINE REPORTER. — M . A. Un
derhill, ur the Bath (N. Y.) Advocate, has rcesnt
ly issued a sheet dated ,at 11:iunutonclOurt, aril
called the "Pleasant Valley . Fruit rind Wine Re
p,ater This is a capital undertaking, and Re
%cudt the enterprise suecet,i, but weuld 4.,aution
our friend not to mix up too much "with the wine.
JulIN WILKES BOOTH. HEAUDIFROM.
It 1, said that ,e,t Spirityalist_ meeting in New
J. Wilkes Booth was called upJ Ile said
be was furry that he killed Lincoln, hut that
they had eine° hiecdnie good friends, and were iu
fall fellowship with each other. Let the egirit
their 1.4b..r to-the
tiring Coperheadit their alurderotte deeds, that
the) may also rent and du hettei in future.
LioDEv's LADY'S BoOK.—The Octo
t.r nuraLer cf this excellent magazine de.sel - s rb
more than d passing notice , / It is as usual, full
of choice reading matt r richly tmbellithed,
and is really thehoick) f the ladies over other
literary reading. end fu a copy to h. A. Godey,
Philadelphia. Si g,le copy, $3 pv year.
BACOUTS.— n the first, page will he
f'uui a letter fro., our townsman, flee. W.Scarr,
which will be read with interest by many of our
patrons. By those who are nut informed, it
should be known that Mr. Sears formerly visited
South America, and while there conceived an
idea that a machine could be made to manufac
ture rubber 11.1101 more cheaply than it could be
blade in the ordinary way, by hay. This is the
invention ho speaks of, We hope he limy receive
a proper row'ard.
M I R LlSTE.—Messrs. Sol Bunnell, of
ICeltehuro, and E. M. Smith, of Thign, have put.,
ti,. Air Lino stage route of F. D. un .
mill A Co. The arraingetuent of tiro .-tages
'lay, Inaugurated by j iMr. Bound), has been
great accommodation lite the people Mr. Ilaz
lett at once put on an extra, and the opposition
made the business li%oly throughout the season.
The connections are such that one can take the
morning line, go to Elmira, and have an hour or
two there, returning to Welloboro in the m ening
at g o'clock. The facility of communication is
o inne.h increased, that the travel on the route
dora 3 lcii, and we lodge that both lines
It piyt to be entei:prising lit ell kintl± of huei
❑ei,. The man nbci,supplie: , a public ncol, cell
mai , 7hetiply, will And the people appreciath c.,
HENI , us THE NEWS.—We shall be
-greatly o liged to our friends N 9 1)41 e.i•l ta.ko the
pain,! to , -end us items of indereet from any I. cal
or to the county. By a little otTort on the Anti
rt tttrors , , may tualsc the AGITAT(.It of
more :;..neral iotereeto It iF the toi.seiou of a la
ril Cr to deal priLcwiliy. rtith 10c.31 otrair;.—
We -hauld be glad to have a correspondent 10r
t•.wriship and borough in the county. Nut
we could publish a letter frian each every
week—that, would not be neeessary ; but every
i:sm of interest to the people of any loc a lity iii
tti• county—the things that are inentionsel -and
~ :sed.of)at home, as neighborhloil news,-11r,t
go,..•sp. should appear in the local paper. S ch
E paper should be so completely'a record of the
events transpiring in its locality, thati,the bisto-i
TIRII of a hunsli:ed years hence could write from
Its pages a cot4lete histoiy of the county.—
Dates, names, facti-- 7 not theories. faneics and
peculiar notion E—shout given. 'lf wren . per
sons in each section would, take an interest iu
tSsse matters, we could ma); \ e-..a !um - 113 more inn r
eotng paper fur our reader.. Irse should be glad,
also, to publish communications Is general cub
)teo by competent writers Original matter is
looked fsir - dui rend more s.agcily than thar most
attrai4ive extracts. Of 'courpo'it must hake suer-
It, or it not be north thtl roam : and corra,-
pucileats must remember that we have to sear
o the take, of the multitude, and that our
tutted .ola from the first with a large number :A'
popils. It was hoped that three assistant te.i.th
ers would be suffieieni, but the firstr — du.i ,
`irate() otherwise. l itiotne 30 or 40 children were
lent home for want of a teacher. Immediately
anuther * lia'elmr was employed, and et en now all
the departments are limning: and if thy'
atdabrr increase as the prosroetl o indicate. - it will
necessary to employ_
_ar.trrliii teacher at tho
Leßuiiiing of the next term. The full attcmloure
evil , ' aces eontideneo in the school, and *liorra
k..rt I.7 . reuti ) it vas needed even for the young
!"-ante of our rru cillagn. We hove bat very
schools, henkofore; but there Wa.7 a want' of
interest in then, and a large, number of young
htopie in town either stayed nt hit , nie or sought.
itAtruettort elbet‘tic re. We are 141:A to note thozo
rie , portant - facts, ite they mantle:it a disporition on
11 tl•e part of our people to'sustain the :school; and
, ve are Confident that the r.sults will very EOOO
demonstrate the is isdum of this movement.—
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These schools, the present year, will cost twice
'abet our schools have cost heretofore; taut the
iqnruction for coe,h popil on the overage aeterid:
once will be nitrereheaper than it has been qfl-r
-to• Heretofore,' many who had children nhow
they wonWhave been glad to send to a good
Peheot, pail their taxes and received no benefit,
simply because the opPortunities were not such
as they should be,. Not only tlt; ring! the report
l'}ot+ ff.r years pert show shot there 1,1,4 been. n
great fr.r,•t e c f time and mousy, for woot of rcyu
'tn4 ponetrtality in ratendm.ec. ibe teach
ers, were there 'under pay ; the fires were keptlup,
sod all other l l ueidental expenses went on all the
tame, whether the pupils were in their' places or
riqt. A good school is a machine : no constituent
part can be absent and the whole be complete.—
Each teache'r and every pupil must be in place,
Ll' the harmony is marred. The first two
all are regn/eir attendance and Aysten: in all the
schools. The Directors seek to establish bothl
and the interest o manifested by the pupils soeml
promise the first, utile the 'ability and fitnesg
of the teachers we are confident will secure the
We visited the high School (held in the
academy) last week. Thin department is under
the immediate ohargo of Professor Winter., as.
zi sted gra. ti;. lithof, of.brgania•
ing and grading these schools is very great. .Pro
teaser Winters is eminently fitted to the place and
work which lie before bina, nnd, he - is n ardencin
the 'can highei deity eo d-ftitl , 'the,,•.lot i
of any naafi.' The liiitcaltielare - niatiy and grint
we are confident he frill do his frill share to over
come them aill,'•Just such a man.was needed to
lay the foundation; and It will very scion` be
found that thq beet Man for this place Is the chea
pest in the end, , •
The toai.bets in the other departmente'llro 'es
°mime-riga*, "Miss - Prerices'Af. Wright,
Intermediate School, Miss Amy A. Davis.
^ Primary School, Miss M. Alfco Archer
These departnienta-, all hate, over fiftj, add
tho last over sixty pupils. There are in all the,
echoolo,,setue thirty. from, outside .the .boroo2.lg,
who will be required to pay tuition. This will
be a source of 'lncOhio wide:twill ultimately
en the burden uPen our; eitilorts very don!idera--
bly. • •
RIO DAY'S Worti.c.-- - -A correspondent
from Sullivan writes that W. S. Hulslander,‘
boy of 17 yeare of
, ago, 7 . 5, bushels cif
cora, 'between 5 o'cloeb.' . in the:morning and: 6 in
the evening, September. 22, -1870," -lie duos- not
stato whether be bound the stalkS or not. We,
helped got in considerable corn when aVout i ths4
ago, and generally found about 20 bushels to the
hand, where five or six were at work, was all we
would get in on an average in a day. To do this,
we wonid • hind the stalks ; 'assort the ciarn,, and
put it in the crib from the field.. When 16, we
entered into an arrangement by which we were°
to huska day and pay sixpence a bushel for. Lt!l
short of 90, and if we 'exceeded that, were to.
have a ihilling,a biishel for all over tbat.amount.
We bound the stalks in the bargain. Wo tlid'at
believe much in making long days hir
ing the hours, so we began about . six. -- -Stopping
for dinner, we had 43 bushels hushed abont•four
o'clock in 'the afternnon,'When the' fist stout 'ln
tho field was husked, and we felt that an excess
of hands had cheated us out of abouttwe!ve ehil;
Hags. It was a family affair; however, and
never brought suit for damages. The corn
liar first rate—about 125 bushels to the acre.- -
We knew_a boy of 18 to husk 64 bushels to the
eaule field in one day.-:He bound.tbo stalk?, but
did not help measure the corn—as rie did. That
eye was better—about 160 bushels to the acic.- 2 .
This husking was done in the field, from stout to
Ordinarily; 20 bushels' a day is a go,-..d riayte
work; but 1.,. me men nth busk 98, from ilaY to
dry, in good corn. Wham they :1:13, 1. i getter
rally on a awe in kind, so the bitz4er's interest
icupdh,hin, to'cn, t.,11 ho
GOSSIP.—My_ dear ditfiit.y.leleetioll . p'
”ler; the night, however ttuntolufg,
eitartnB enough to drurr we away- front titersttereil
i art„ which ever speaks to we now this tii cshio
and ‘..1.1110 others indulge iteir -fan6ieb 'ng they
%L, ill tell you of a i picee of Luas. vtJtioh
(mule aftw days siucc, and *ll heavily upon,rna.'
nv-a elrunnr'e heart i - -
9p;F: anE. ltivnit."—ldre. -A. C. Wakefield,
whose maiden name was Nancy W. Priest, died
recently at her beam in New 'England. She was
the autitorese of " Over the River," one of the
most beautiful fugitive poems in the
She tea's 20 years of age wpeh it was written,
;:.1657,) and died at the ettrl2; of leaving a
husband and twcQittle chigren. It was a sweet
faith she foreshadOwed in that poem, away in the
unseen and unknown world to know 'each other :
" For none return from those gold Shores,
WIM cross with the boatman, cold and-pale;—
We hear the dip of the golden oars,
Andcatch a glcatnof tho golden sail ; ,
And look ! they halo passed from our. ioarning
heart , ' ;
They cross the stream, and are gnu's , for aye;—
We may not rundei the coil apart, '
That hides from oni'visior the gates of day—
We only know that their baths no more
May rail with us over stormy sea ;
Yet somewhere, I know, on the 'lnsert shore,
They watch, and beckon, and wait f)r roe:
",And I it and think, when the stinset's pld
Is flushing river, and hill, and shiire, • 1
I shall one day stand by the water cold,
And list fur the sound of the 11,mtrn'nn's oar ;
I shall watch for the gleam of the flapping sail;
fshall hear the boat as it nears the . strand;
1.,,5-hall pass from sight with the boatman pale
-I'o the better shore of the spirit hind.
) 1 A
I all know the loved wh.. ha %e gone. i.eto
,1••) fully sweet will the inr. , ting I.c,
11 hen user the river, the pc , weful river,
The A•tgel of Deaf t - rh:d! r•,trr} filo."
Nene but a pore, sleet i-Pli could be tile toe
them of such inspiration. 11l timed, it -p ins,
death falls upon the truest and the best ; but it
matters little to Fuilan oi;o w betbcr now or here
-41..r. 'Tis not long ere " the 'dip of the golden
ojirs" will fall upcti tl newly acquired ttoftse,
au'd we shall hear the vt,tetf- ne e. '' ost in the
dashing tide!" Alacj; and t,Ne! villa , is htiman
life, that wo become cc a l, orbed to it, and so lit
tle heed the vast future ! Thepternal l fricti , ,n'ot
things in nature consuming ea,ll 4,11; , iihen the
beautiful creations of tint sold are t• •er within
our reach, CNCII here and new, to 1)0 t the way
to the spirit world, wherein, the Law ormits no
warring of the eft non's upon e.teh other. Yet
v,. , .strlve, and struggi,,!.n.tesuutend, as - ult have
diOnc, 'before 05 ; though, Ndiell 1/O fail, all cln
ciu,:.:l3 lapse, and are no more far us. Not so
those who live 3 umlaut, pit itual, soul life, caring ,
nought for the tangibb , worbl, Att., , ,h \Nears away.
Some live in houtils.l; nr,.l if 'tAero nut for the
house, )6u would r.i.Jt hilow they live at all.—
hen such thhernioilt% aro aiszolved, with no
gpiritual embodiment or lindividuality indwell
ing, what will become 0f ti.eicnants? lien
snit:A . -will he tier poor. shivering soul
made great by land 3, or hoi.r.cs, or fame, whenall
these are stripped if, t.nd the pim-ht,d and
°led spirit .in vain `Pelt recognition in a world
where we shall see each eiher 8...; we acre! Vii
less,indced, it be true 13m6, ;:nd not the spurious:
distortion which the world calls lame.
The enlargement of the mind; the growth-of
the intellect ; the rt‘ttrainto of the lyol qualities,'
alas, too COWII it:01.11;4 %O:, ; the ' development
of the better n t•:re try chaiit, by good deeds,
hy F) uiptitby or itione •• who :airy weight in
lif.."—the weir 1.: el ;..-ri..f, of sorro..v, of poverty
tinder manly errs? io roako one's way in the
world ;—all these hut decelepe the spiritual body
,y1,::,,4, ;.b:,11 irqed.it - VA , "thansh . .n," eternal in
cot heat et.. ! Arid when wo lo,k ilbont us, dear
At 2 2: . : ' :rod Fee how touch of ii.itv,`vt hatred, of
eat) 41 - 1,1 enmity, ot ~lf.tdinets and deformity,_
there is in human t , at.:re- :see how greatly the
hum.in e.teats et r:ri.4.4 :Intl s..nethers the Divine
111 Math,— it is li%l ,tr.5.Z.;.;,, we turn away in sad
ne,s, and pray the ,pod God to spare the Sallie-,
ii.:•rt of the inevir“hio p4.t.alty. But God is God '
-the Laiw is the Lew ; and the hideous, deform-.
Ries, which we Li ir-g upon ourselves, will be un
tnat4keoli when the human covering of this physi
cal wtirld'ahall be reinoved.and the material shall
give,plecc te.the mental and the spirittial *milk
tlitnetil for t:ridlesi runic. The great future is
God's dem`, mirror, in which each hUman indi
viduality, here made up from the impreAsions of
the fleeing moment:4, will b e r e ti et stO, „ 1 „,1 lie re
cognized try rtwoe who have affinity for the per
-s.:,littj,gairin tv hush e,12-t. the shadow.
A Nroyvitous Cowl twicArriazi:-",the
following lit , rary I'va.s written swim.'
where in thi4: c-unty and forwarded to this office
for publicntien. It is not cowmen for editors to
t,tite any ' ouch 1 , 0 as the one
contuir. ifeiteit.int Interest for
o w 1 ,1, - mc t! 1q , .1/1, nod gire
it 4-0.. i f..., It., author re-'
sitonFiLle i+ • , 7.11 r" 101 OW 'lin fir laQhillg ho 01-
deraly ~,i1 for stosne r.ne If the, author
ttiffer the' people, Don
ner of doubt ion him to
New Volt. ut , to,. 14. ad it:
"arr. I liir ".'--- a s Be, arc Loci' ed-in you county
should he N-tours. I thought wotild write you
a , few lines that may be . of coin intrist to some one
of your Readers 4.; say what what we have -it what
we have not we are eitnated 1.0 miles from' the
Beautiful City of Elmira in one of the best part
of your e•-dinty, hay* a littlesillage of about 200
inlin4dthnee a fine church, mills 4 good stores 2
h av i ng b e en built the Prksent sumer all doing a
fine buseness it, selling goods es chtinp as can be
hot in Elmira. 1
.51r ----- in Building , a fine Direllitrr swiitch
will ad much / ,, ear enterpri‘c it-., intends build
ing a tenant House on a vricaaLlot soon ho is
one of our )11/63t hlusentss men s
the greatust ExLitonent we , l a Vll is the Dorg
feavre i. , . sue uon is Peddlin4l a dally I'oisen
through the an hich.lias killi,l 'arm of our most
valuAble isorgi the next greatts .v.lit,etnetit is
a Pers. well known a .+ the IRO tiug . tVigles Ism
gets up :ii the morn an a frown' combs ,back
hie Aurbes a Hair and then fotith St then to see
ho 11,is had visitors through the night and ho
baint, then' to see iilio. dog is dud and whos baint,
then to E c.r.: who has breakfm... end who baint
th ri tu .ie wh•uz wisKIJIT cortis ar down and
wins ar not, then to- sue who b: a 14 cats and who
has not Now you WalkingVigles whose brains
are in your heals whos sole, is in y-ouicalxes whoa
glory is in mischeiff he ware tqlte my advice be
ware or you may say , again and again in the
Prtsante of the Hight One and you may be obli
ged to step up p) the cor4 of our county and
proof° your mai:ilea 'ff orde be ware [arwa] tee.
volapti oNk. ;,:veott sp s
old' lr YlaprtamelititiEl tote this
place a short 'call. Messrs.
_Stepson •ilr. Hoivell
bare tortLa3vay .and rebuilt the, factory- part of
the 'glass works; put-ida ten Poffainaee,-Which
they aro about heating - up. Mrs. Thomas has the
framo up for a dwelling,elpher lot south of Hart-
Pan's. A. V. Smith has purchased the Cleaver
property, and is putting up a neat brick house
thereon for his own use. Dr. Kilburn, on the
west side, has entirely re-modelled his residence,
which when • finished will ho a. great improve- ,
pent. . : 7 -
There has been au - unusual amount of activity
in real estate this fall. I could not givo you a
correct list, and will not attempt. a partial one;
suffice it to-say, hoWovet,kilirii the prieel hive in
every instspee,,lpen gool shifatn., a , - , marlted
advariee on the fitie-fow years -
Somebldy l has been Steallng. Bider -Cran
corn from his "patch"ibyßwitewn, after the old
- gontleman had walked down andlusked it. That
individuar4ranchnother 'must look out for her
'spfetaejes. Clothes-li,ne depredations ; arehecoox- ;
lag common. ' Not long sleep some - pirion - or
persorii 4 cleined Oirt" Oharles
.lino of ,a large washing. , 110 has no clue to them.
A dose of lead, 'yell planted, is n panacea for
such meanness: • 1 -
On Saturday evening, the Ist of October, D D
G.M. Oerould installed the officers of Covington
Lodge, ift.T.; in thin presence ef
a largo audionco of invited
; guests Jor tip eve
ning. Afte'ethit'aerereoniei, an ttddidsi was do
:livered by Staf i l;. ; Barber, very .pertinent to the
'occasion, which had an attentiVe hearing. Re
marks wero tindeby Brothers Oeiciuld, Richards,
and others. Tho lodge is prospering finely, num
bering 137 members at present.
Professor, Jewett is hoping a convention daily
for the improvement of the Sablnith•schieftehtl2
lars, to end with a concert eulthe evening of the
15th of October. - C.
• TN MEMORIAM. , --At a meeting of 03-
sem'Lmigo, A. I% AP., Yo. 317,1e1d-at.theirAonge
room. in It oy 's 'block; Oetober-1,1870, the .follow
ing resolutions were unanimously adopted :
Whereas, lirotlaer .Tohn G. Albeck, a member of
this lodge, died nt Itapville„ I a., ..Tuly 28, 1870;
if.caolreg,, That by. the ,xleatlivec Brottior,
beck, tLi.s Lodge has lest a worthy arid' much re-'
fectedlt*rether, arid Ile; filateniitjt. u :Winn and
true hearteTiraitiii."'"' - '
• .itsiblectr, That wo
late . brother in their'!icroirte•M'enii
I'liiieLubccirkioiili . - Avp,liave a vacant ch.gf
circle of our itretherifood,.wo cherish with them
the intinury.bf •tur. Elevated, brother. .
' That 'a Copy of these res Glut ions • he
Tioga. county piipcm, and a copy
;•“.I‘t to the gamily of the deceased.
W. A. STONE,
Joan 11.. BowkN, •
: II: i m•ki
NOTicE.—All.persons indebted to the
firm of Rua ..t; Co., Tioga, are requested
to close thejr:a r trotiots I)eferoltiefirst„ Slay of De-
; ee,Ther next. A. IIUMPLIREY & CO
October 12, 1570 .2u2
.144 e four
mills of J. W. Mailie'r i s make for sale. Tbeki;
mills are adraqteil by Abe farmers generally to bo
t , :. bc,t ii • t:tbieollice-- 4 SPk.?S, I S 7O s
office in Wright #.-Bailey's Block, where he con
tinues to make teeth with the new improvement
which gives better satisfaction' thati'aiyging
elso in Use. To ho haiiat.barh's
INSCIIO—BUTTON---At the house of the
bride's father; itelk - rg,gati,'s Mills; Sept. 25, 1570,
by. Rev. Cha.s..Wee)is, Mr. IHiller . E. Itureir to
Afiss Sniah Button.' " "
BOWMAN—DESITY—AIsty at tho the same
time and plaen,-Mr.-Charlfs, 4...T.coulnan to Miss
Both- A. Dewey. '
REYNOT:PS —`II . 4I'NOLDS: In Man Id,
Aug. 'll, If.l . 10; Cy Rov.'llr: :Macif, 'Mr. Wnl.
Roynohls its Miss Sally Ann Reynolds, both of
ni r.,,-)Fmnptioil, Mr. A. W. Feeley, aged 56 yrs.
The. doccu:e4 wai; liord 'in Connecticut, and
oalno to rtroorifield (this county) about 50 yeltka
itolv.l3 a good citizen, kind husband, hf
fectionate father, and was highly ekteeßieu.l• by, MI
who knew him. - He was a member of"tffeltf: E.
Church, an.l.patioed'away in the full belief of the
"lIEAXING ON Tilt: 'WINOS," say all who hare
made use of Dr. IVisigr's Rd/sant' tead Cherrg. and
by I.tieb use been cared of coughs, colds, Ilrouchitis,
rtethi oat, influenza. or consumption• Tho prudent:
wilt always keep their standard remedy by them.
Wall Paper, Window Paper& Cloth Shades.
Sratisno-Svocx• FOR 1870.--litigh Young- Is Co.
have just received their first installment of - Wall
Paper, Window Paper, and - Cloth • Shade's, for
Spring trade, Which will bo sold 411644 , than
ertr. Borders, Window Fixtures, Cords, 'Tass
els, Gilt Cornices, Picture nails, and.'civerything
else that belongs to' the trade, Como and price
our godds, and' ex:train° tham before purchasing
elsewhere. Opecidons and-prices sent by mail
to any Nat of the cOulay. -
N. B. Our stock is the -Jargon over broaght
into the county, and we don't intend to ho under
sold. HUGH YOUNG tV,
A9ell:3lp.ro, Mardi 6, 1670.7tf
Jo this age of scepticism,fdcts lire reip4eil to , in
c.intalence in the minds of the pecilfcti; l but;viritti
giidinderners.theyore willing to ttAt' 'any article
claiming exttanrilinary merit. The proprietors of
Hairs Vegetable Sicilian Hair ltenetver offer the fol
lowing indorse: Meet of .the. ttierritel claimed by theta
for their preparation, by the Pittsburg, Pa., "Chris
thus Advocate ;" viz “The public have co often been
decoked by the 1117 C of worthless preparations fur the
hair. that au article of this kind, to gain their ravel
and sccure their I..atrouitge, must poeeesa leaf ?no it.
We at a glad to assure our • readers 'that Hall's 'Vege
table Sicilian Hair itenewe'n.is meeting' with the sm.-
cess x hich it saes its so justly.deserre; and we hat e re•
trade evideme. that it yid) perform all that is claimed
for it, in tiistk..ring gray hair to its natural color, aunt,
as a. pr: rrrimic dresstr4g; As'AineurprtSsed.: z
The FRU - lest VV oman In NeW
York. -I , liss Well .I.tiown in our fashionable
soidely fur - her ilithnotif appearance and beautiful
roinplexioa was mare a : tallow, rough id:hand girl,
chagrined at her red, freckled face. She pitched into
Ilagalfs Magnolia .IFlllll, e autb is stowi s pretty in com
plexion as she is charming in 4ttiirters. . This article
overcomes freckles, tau, salloamess, moth-patches,
raug-matissietc-, and maka,s . one look kin years vting
er than they are. Atagupliti.l.4lret fur a transparent
complexion 'rind Lyon's liatliitiron to make the hair
plentiful, ifiNitria ut, soft andAelhatib ha , 9! M no .,
The Kathairon prevents the hair from . turning gray,
eradicates dandruff, and is the best and cheapest dim
ing in the world.
ALAWLY.A CLAMS. ,WO are informed that thermost Der
sietant and yie 1(144 of ;the', partite titirkrie who have
claims vs. the Itritish dovernment are Dr. d. C. Ayer
t Co., vt hoe ell, 2ilatm., the inanuf.tcturerA of medi
cines. They will coneent to-nothing less than that
their denn.tol for medicines destroyed by the 'British
pirates shall L 0 paid to gold and ity
,dollars to the last
cent. They ate entholdened .by the tat that' the des
truction of their &Wenv the ltngltsh in Chinaund
elsewhere (tor where are not the thioublesome nation
trampling upon somebody?) have hitherto bepat paid In
fnii, and thi•y now say that they shall be, They how
ever propose this comprothise:-tilve ns Canada:TMd tee
will call it ;,ten, because we can then sand our reme
dies there without duty. jlliaslciugthn Nam*:
May 13. 1970.
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fi N,•,1 can cAll on flip Prore....; - 1 Torch:an:ln k Down,
0I: r; v! r..ny: or tzl.irc. ,, ,ls, kw MI Pint, StrNl. rhilada.
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Mr. Allen Daggett of Lawrenceville, announces
himself ; a eandidate for the office of Sheriff, • the:
Mr. Fannie' F. Ripley,_of Richmotal township, offers•
himself a candidate for the office of .Sheriff, subject to
,pf the people.
I lesreby anwinneo myself as n working mans candi.
date for Representative, subject to the decision of the
free and independent Totes of Tioga County. on - the
r‘vond Tuesday, of October next, free from all parties,
rings, cliques, and monopolies, of whatexer nature,
name or kind, and favoring D.lavr, that will allow no
man, or company of men to own more than one hun
dred acres of land, within the bounds -of the-County,
and that 'the owner must reside upon. _ Also a system
of free railroading, awl a law to sectire to labour its
pay from the real-eftate upon 'which it labours. These
are my vicws ba=sed upon an equal destrl hution - of real
estate in a Itennblic., as agai nst w landed ari‘tocnacy In
the game, which time, with the
_present system will
build up. AL It Lt. LANDIS.
Delmar Sept. Mb,
To theNoters of Tina County.
I hereby offer myself ns nn independent candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Tioga County, and• ask' the
Support of my (deride for that office.
Sept. 21, 1870.
Examination of Teachers.
Examination of Teachers will be held at
Brookfield. Seeley' S H, Monday, Oct. sa; 1870
'Westfield Bois), Tuesday, a 4th, "
Clymer, - (Sabipsirille): - .tWidneiday;" fitti;
Middlebury, (Ktieneylille) Friday, "- 7th, - I ‘ .
Nelson, Monday, " 10th, "
Lawrenceville - - Tuesday, "-11th,
Jackson, (Millertoirn) Wednesday, " 12th, "
Rutland, Roseville, - .....Thursday, 13th, - "
... " 14th; 4 ‘ - '
Atatisfield,s(Statelldniutl) Saturdaya , lsth.• • a
Covington - Monday " 17th, "
Blomburg Tuesday • " 18th, "
Union, [Ogdensburg] Wednesday, " 19th, "
Liberty, (Block House) Thursday " 20th, "
Delmar. (Stony Fork) Friday " 21st, ' "
. (Wk‘tin_ftyhtpla) - Mottdey / 20101 it
TiOga Bore, - TriesdaY 20th;
Farmington, Campbell's S 11, Wed. " 20th. "
Knoxville, Thursday " 27th, "
Gaines, (Vermilyea's) Saturday a 29tb, "
. And for three following Saturdays at Union
Examinations will commence at 9a. in. Tea
chers will provide themselves with pen, ink, and
at least five shoats of fgols-cap paper,:, .who
exlieptio teach' ddriiiilhe - Year liiiltathand these
exantinailons; There will , be", no'. priVateoexamz
'nations. School Directors are,cap/Stly invited,
to attend. E. lIORTON, Sufi.
F OR SAE, of tbo best =Weal, by
Kiln opposite tho now Cemetery
' 13 cre - 13 'ld "- '
.nrthE county bridge wher‘ , the road, °Josses
Phonix'creek;(ort the'`Pinb creek s roicd to
coudorsport,) in the township of Gaincs;will bo
lot by the Commissioners of Tioga county, for
the building of the same, to the loweskand best
bidder, on the promsses, as byplan to ho exhib
on Thursday, the 20th day of September,
1870, at one o'clock p. m.
M. W. WETIIERBEE, '
‘• e P. V-. VANVEES,'„-
iiPP.o#o B 7q, at , - • -Comriga'ra.—,
The Aikk 'Cask 'Store,
rtiairke4 them Lou
To enumerate the articles and(.l
give a is,np
tiosn''of the. vaiidtY • ab, , V:iiiiali6 , 61 goods, rotild
be lab* thrown :may; th6reforo iOtto all to
and see for themselves and take a look throu g h
the mammoth stock a d convince themselves
G - 101.0 •.G !nig - -
Arethe iteut Inducements fdipeople to buy
: Remember !bo Piece, Wilson 4t,Vin When
burgh's old stand. 1 , • '
State Normal School,
FALLITEM begins Sept. 7, 1870.
I‘TINT4II TERM'begins Dec.l2, 1870. -
SPRING4ERM beginE March 27,1871.
For Catalog &e or admission applylto
CHAS. H. VERRILL, A. M.,
Mansfield, July 0, 1870
I . : '
~ 4E , OLD
' PERNSYLVANIA. .11011 SE"•.,
, . LATELY known 4:4 the Townsend.tionie,
.;; rind fur a - time ocpupied by D. D. Hell
" day, has been' thorquf,Phly refitted,
ed and opened by : ' '.• , . •'' - , . •
- DANIEL, M. .OHLTI4,OF e , I 'i
who will be rutppy to accommodate the old
learn& of' the honse at very reasonable Yates.
Aug. 2 : 1,1870. • DANIET;IIONROE.
ir j ETTERS Atiminiatration having been'
I granted on the estate of W. K. Mitchell;
deceased, late of Tioga Township. Tioga Co., Pa.;
all persons indebted to the estate or owing the,
same, must settle with IC. R.. SEYMOUR,
JA 1111 E. MITCHE,LL,
- .Sept. 1r
1370-4. ' Adm Vs.
"fIY virtue of an oilier issued out of the Or
phans' Court of Tioga county, the under-
Signed, guard an of Itebert Brooks and William
Pettes, will eipose to public sale, 'at the Court'
House in Wellsboro 2 in said county of Tioga, on
Saturday, the 22d day of October next, at ton
o'clock A. 1,1., an undivided one forty-second
part, and also an undivided ono hundred twen
ry-sixth part of certain lots of woodland, situ
ate in the township of Union,' in the county of
Tioga aforesaid, and State of Pennsylvania, to
Lot No. 8 of warrant No. 3, William Wilson ,
warrantee, ,contalnin 132 aisles and 154 per
Lot No. 2 of warra t 'No. 2, William Wilsbn
warrantee, containin 133 acres and 55 perches.
Lot N 0.2 of warrant No. 3, William Wilson
warrantee, containing 181 acres and 125 perches.
Lot No. 6 of warra - at No. 4, • William Wilson
warrantee, containing 129 acres and 26 perches.
Lot No. 4 of warra t No, s,lWilliam Wilson
warrantee, containing 145 acres and 62 perchees.
Lot N 0.2 of .liratrant ago. 6, William Wilson
warrantee, containing 127 acres and 52 perches.
Being in all 849 - acres and 154 perches. Ref
erence being bad to a writ of partition in the
Court of Common P 1 efts of Tioga - county, No. 7,
May Term,1852. ,
Tema cash on confirmation of sale.
- 13. PETTBS, Guardian.
Sept. 21, 1870 4t - • "
8. I. POWER.
HAS JUST RECEIVED LOTS OF
t ~_, }
TO VERY LOW
Cask Pi ices.
j~ , 4 _...~ ~; ~
qpRNING, N. Y.,
Are now premed to offer grent inducements GO their pritrone,,as
t - just filed their kora with an codices variety of ,
Of almost every snide, litiality.and price. *6 only net the people
! look through our stock and save us the time of enumerating he cirtielepip i
and thenif they don't buy it•won't,be our, !snit; lir o goodi;4ore , :„
larked Down to the - Lolire IV Notdi
.'We-tAlcc i ,
)leasure in saying to the Ladies pfiTioga county, ttit'v
,- f 1
--?" '. ' ondlra yarlety of very desirable prqterns of ‘ '
- il - ' .. i t i , j' 1 • ; n '1 - '
ScA&Erigigyi I -- MagA CZ 0
07,7 r 0 •,"! .-- 0 r 1 I , ,
C arpe t s
We have a very large stock of Carpets, Nltirying in gnality and p
row; I.vithiug - itnything in this lino would do well to call and luol trotthgli our
United States. ea
much cheaper tltez
We are still Agents for the ,
and areqselling good grades
CASSIMERES VERY 1.01,
Oinnißrai: THE itotrxs , STORE; ,
Corning, Oct. 1,870;,
HOOP SKIRT AIANUFACI
4, ARCADE BLOCKI (36. r Erip-Detpfl)
This is.the largest Fancy Stcre iu Steuben County, an
- immense stock of the latest noveltie for
.fill •41 . - - trint kgetts'ilite.
Great ba l rgairts;in'Searaless RID GLOVES, and every other kind of Glov'es;
ZEprio s moßpTED,
SILK 43c "VELVEZ,RIBBON,
BUTTotpoiftwoNs,: - - al-
Fang' .16 - teirk. :-BitaceJet. Charms 4'..thOnicr
CORSETS of every kind, and in fact every ening kept uniliallY fo ifid 'in a
• -(e,- -.-c-E3 14 .5M .0"0 • ( TIY:0 5:0
61; " s -2A \C 9 ,I r.'2). - I •-r
money 'iii 'buying goods (you cannot get in your yid'' ,
ity) - by going.to the FANCY STOWE or
Corning, $. Y., Oct, 5, 1370.
''EVERY ,PERSON -IN TIOGA T . COU
,Z 9 '
IYITO WANTS TO BUY ANY
Regulator 9, Cornipg 9 •Ncel
For ther6,they can find a full assortment of every . deiiralile
oVe‘ le all Goods
~„ .•. , . \
In DRESS GOODS, we s have Prints from the cheapest tc the
DELA , INES, COL'D c ALPACAS,
"APANESE SILKS t 5 ROBES,
~ Then our BLACK ALPA \
CAS : -NEM CAPITOL s:urpae,s r,
shoWri in the market, in col Or. weight, finish and Durability. We ha
endless variety of
, 1 ,
SA GL •E • AND DOUBLE WOOLEN
~ 1 \. .i
JUst wliat everybody wants, and at pros much regs - than last season, also
NSINGLE AND OUBLEE PAISLEY SHAWLS, at reduced prices.
.- - \
"IC:=e R0t.1.10. '-.- 4 CottC)33l.
. - I
we have a rutICIA laigor stock than newt], and hav'ng bought these go ds at 1.1
have reached this season, we, can and will sal \them as low as merchant
have to buy now. We are offeritkgsplondid bargains in every do
•. \ ,
._. . .
Dry Goods, Groceries - , ;:800 Shoes !
he.. and invite all to coma and see us, ns we are no to bo undersold.
are surd to go higher, so coma early . ad save money.
;Corning, N. Y. Oct. 5,70. .• ,-, \ NERVE.
,_.t. d : A. PARSONS
CLOSING u 5 f
. _ . .
i'he balm . ' ice-Of our Surnine - r stock we deSire to close out dull
2 or 3 Weeks,'-6,ild chealj'in order to do so.
. - .
. , \
We are stocking up with New Goods for the early 'WI tad
Sheeting ; Shirtings ;,blue, scarlet, grey and' fancy Flium,
Warps; ; Cotton Yarns ;
.Battings.; Cassimercs ;,13oots and - SI
tend to leave regularly on hand a still more attractive stock 1
the as season;• both as to prices and assortment. Quite a
of am Oloodslte, will be able to sell from this date at evien
than daring the Spring. •• ;., . , , t 1
, .. ,
Co ti ig, Aug. 3, 1870. ' ' 'J.' A. PARSO
From is Calico ,wrapper, tp the coptly
Ii 4 INEN.,
. . .
, , t .
A very largo assortment, and at very low prices
. ... .i
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w „ h
S - unan - ier Si a
*Vete Pala Good
SASHES AND BOWS,
LACES & TRIMMINGS,
- A. B. 1 - 1F.1., "
[nenr the Depot] COINING, N. Y
SHOULD (10 TO
PLAID POPLIN, 'ALL
FRENCH. & TRIM PO
,Sfun flinbrell as ,
full.lino - of
ho lowest mark, they
ti must pay who
0- the next
oes, and in
w 9 rer prices
B. :7. L yM -EXCI4,I-N
H will_ Not Stirretidet•
F ASK NO SUSPENSION OP NOSTILITO63
bat I ran np tho banner for
Teas, r Sug,ars,, Sy?ps,
and aft aorta of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
.. T. 1 loathers'
And sec what a SWARM OFi T.IIINGS - in his
ligo can I.)e bought } for 3, /lAN money.
I will not be Undersold!
LO OIC AT
CASH PRICES AT THE PEE•I-lIVE
Good'Eroivn Sugar lO cents
ABoat P. It. sugar, 12 E.
A Coffee Sugar, " ' 13 , 1 - "
Crust,'Powdered EGGrrauniate . d 15 "
'Good Young Hyson Tea, • ' .$0,75.
Best " It I' L 1,50.
Oolong Tea, ' • - $0,15 to 1,00.
Japan Tea, ... , 80 to 1,00.
,i; : • COFFEE.,
Rio, goocia - ttiele • 16 ckts.
" best article 25 "
• 30 .."
best, 35 ,c
; TOBACCO.' . • -
Deland's heat, . 10 ete.
'Rice, 10 a
I A Very Large .Mock
ConAantly nn hand, bought low and sold "hefty
1141! :dot) a largo stock of
azo.)iivi ,- 1 IEZ
Which I will soon cheap enough to please cus
tomers, no matter if the feet vre 4 ms urge as all
out deort,"saill the family "tr,o numerena to
Sign of the 1:131,1,
Wi.llsboro, July 20, 167,9
• ^! * , :1 * i-- - I - - r, t TT f i
Ct'a- ..ta...x3 - . L . A . r . a
Jic € 3,
rfaiEGREATAmEitIcAIs; in:ALTH llgsTon 7 -
i_ Ent, vuritics the blood and cur Scrofula .
tlkin DiseaSes, Itheumatirrn, Diceitses o
.Women, and all Chronic affections of Co) blood,
Liver and Kidnoys. Itccominended by tho
.t 7 acuity and many thousands of our best citi
! Road the testimony of Physicians and patients
who hilt o used Itosadaha; send for our linfiadalias
Guide to Ilealth Book - , or Almanac for this year,.
which We publish for gratuitous distribution; it
,will give you much ridable infoi math : in,
Dr. It. C.trr of Baltimore, sayS:
I taltOpleasitro in recommending 3 our RosADAL
ts as a very powerful. alterative., 1 hare seen it
need in two cases with happy reinite_ono! in a
case of secondary syphilis, uhich the patient
pronounced himself cured after having trik.l4 five
bottle. of your raedicine.-, The other is a, curse of
scrofula of long standing, which is rapid y
provini- under its use, and the indieritio a are
that trio patient will soon recover. I have care
fully examined the f .llnvola by which, your
you It.i.sadalis-is made, and lind it an excellent
ontpaund of alterative ink edicuts.
Or. Sparks of NI icholasvil le, Hy., ays I c has
ns t .l Rocadalis in caeca of ecrofnla and ,Setondtt
'ry Syphilis n ith satisfactory results. As a clean.
cr of the blond I know 110 better remedy.
Samuel G, McFadden, AturftCrelatro, Tenn., says
I have need seven bottles of Itosadalis, and am:
t hely cured of Mumma tism ; too four bot
tles., ra I wish it for my brother, who has zerofia-
llenjamin Dechttil, of Lima, Ohio, wii,tes, i have
tanfeted for Inlnen ty yei.ni.twith an in . , eterate
en:141011 tivia my whole body; a EhOrt thilesilco
ratehap a bottle of Rosiblalle and it e free ed
a pet feet core.
,0111 I.y . s IV !Hiatus ,c Co ,and
W. C WC11;1)01 ; rl , OO Taller, Tivga;
NI. L. Ilac.on, Druggistsgcriernily,
March 9, IS7o.—lv.
INT °TIC E is hereby given that n special Court
111 will he holden at IW elletioro,' Nov, 11, 15.70,
for the trial r, f• the following cause , .
Willinm Itnelleiet al vs. IL A, Guernsey.
M. M. Conyers vs. 11. Colton,
eirdelia tztnytli IV. Bailey et al.
F, DONAM)SON, Proth'y,
Sorrternber, 14, 1870.
HAIR RE NE itil FPI
the only hi rf:Tteri an
Vo::e • 2) • ,
se lenLi :; y Ilrepared.
Illrepaiatiol) , I ‘ it kind
• !ever' tine public,
RESTOII_ES - . _
1)•,f; c(.l - 11)eti,o).
- By its - usis
ID '7)7 C ~" 71'
; restoreLl to at , ; original
Tto Hiancy, which so hutch
0111(11NR ;n4 ,
int i it.; Person'.l .
Tuff TIT) ivillosi . ‘ hair is thinfn. Fallinr
LlialUll; s our, will, the of our
PROMOTESRenc'w(9-7iolti t- • 1:¢
'lree t • it., 11111
SPLEIDY: I ; mil,
. r it t fic3P it,t1,01;•1
jilt - I;l \ in `l3;
h yl if ' N . oot;,e '
rr y ini 17 T 1 ;1 1 1P1,17,58N
.11? lec6noi.ii.(!,l ; , i brp r irraii f i, ili
tt , it.u‘ •worm eireett4
for our .Treatisv on tho
."iltair, free to all, by mail.
I by 31 rugy'sts and ficaler;i.i
Pr co no Dollar Per
R. P. HA L &'. CO., Proprietors,
' A d Aiiiistrator's Notice.
Li: "Ailivini,trativn - bitting Leon
grat.t• - d,to tt illy.tero:znol upon the estate
of E; t1:111 r if all per
emus I,oo:teal:ma ail ell'itiiltig ugninst r ther'saitl
eviate• ,e)ltie 'with ‘l,, D. SEF,T,TV;
IL A. SEELEY )
Knoxville, Pi. • nein testamento annexe.
Sept. 14, IS7O-6w.
-.- • , .
li Nt I 1 41`1'0.1,..,:`
AlEr MILD rospootfulli oall tho attent ion of
VV clove purchasers to his now and ex telislve
just rahived, such as
SHAWLS, DOMESTICS, oF Au, KIM*,
• CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, COT
TON DIATTINQS L miaN
• cor,ortED, TABLE. LINE,
'Window Drapery, anillr ? n ey?iilefis vaziety of
IIOSIhRY; RIBBONS, PAR.
ASOLS Or ALL STYLE AND PEZOEI3:.
Clpfii - ip.g'
- ; 1
Defartment•will ha found full and complete,
including Many new styles of fine:Goods, made
up, and in the piece. f All aro- invited to call
- pm:m/4,c._ Also an endlciea variety of
vary cheap at
Wollsboto, Juno 1, 1870.
Nusieal Instruments !
ORGA - .NS, AELODEONS,
for Ralo rif rent.
fuririFhod to order.
;7:,.• - • / OLD INSTRUMENTS TAKEN , q -} N
. - 50.11 - ANGE, and sotno 01 the same on hand to
be sold cheap.
• He willqw found :u his reshience near Potts a"
Hotel in Middlebury,: Tiogl. county, Pa. . (14
dress, -A. B. A. IiRIGGS,
July. t, 1870—ts. • Croked Creek,
Fire anti Life Insurance. -
INBEPBNDENT Fire in:loran:o ompany . of
Boston, Mass,. Ct,pit , F.1o0,1100; assets,
Equitable Life insuranee company of rbo II
Sates. Assets, $13,000,000; annual bu'aineea
$52,000,000, - - W. A. STONE, Agent.
'lVO!siren), August 10, 1570 If
Bushels of LIME
ipr Ank I.r - ,
Aug. 24; 1;70.---4t. W. C. Kra:SS.
, ( ,
. WELLSBORO AND MAN'SFELD
STAGE LINE. .
W,_ .,. ----,. THE oad..rsigned, proprietor of
V`.... - :l9 this lit o takes this molted of irrs
forming the public that the above Sttigo rubs
daily (tioriOays excepted) between the two pla
Lea es Wellsboro 1t ' 3. m,, and arrkyes at
Mans old at 10.30 a. tn. D ' ,
Loaves' ManAfteld at 2 30 p. m., and, - arrives at
Wellsboro at sp. Alt ,T. - 11 - Fare $l,OO. ~ ,I
Aug. 24, 1870.—tf. - W. B, VAN IldhN.
,For Sale or Rent.
A ' GOOD dairy farm in Tioga township, Ti
oga county, Pa., about 2/ miles west of tho
Borough of Tioga. about, (Mt acres,. improved,
and 46 unimproved. Has on it three barns,
throe dwelling houses, au apple and poach °rob
erd, and othor fruit trees. Terms easy. Abto ad
joining on the west, a farm and timber! lands
front 40 to 200 acres as desired, with 80 acres
improved, with a good barn, a good haute and
apple orchard. Good fot'a dairying farm.
Aug. 17, 1870-tf. C. 11. *SEYMOUR,
Wellsbor Uuien Graded
A. C. WINTERS A. M. SUPERINTEND*
ENT OF GRADED MOIIOOII9,
And Pririciixd of High SchOol.
TT is the determkirion of the Directors to
make the course o t'.intruittion us thorough.
end systematic as canlbe found in the State.—
Commencing with tho! primary department, thi
pupil must master ei:eky year's allotted work, be
fore being admittfetl Who next higher.
The best of ton i chers' will he employed in every
department, the inobt approved methods of in
struction used, and the It •of care exercised
o'er thrs pupils' in school and out.
The Ilion S 7 00T. otfera the3a advantages:
The Principal i strailniite of the Rochester
Universiiy, Now t :Vorii, a genii t man of large et
-perieneo in thO est ei , educif kelp - K.ls of the
i:ountry, who ha icii p•ati in Europe,
end ak 8 Yr'ol'i and Milian. Ho , in
qualified to „give stircri , r nll.llOll Sn Iliaiory,
Floc Arta and (1 q Ltll:iptage9. Inßtrae.
lion in Higher .3 the Scica - cce, Book
'keeping and Ntorir, in that of the
l.beet academies.- '
1 1 Thc Board Lupo to Soon ha able to F eau rein
"n Pcintioy and Drawing, by a I dy
i strUction i
, -,vitc has Ilea seyernl y,yr.' irn , truction by he
beat !casters In (lemony, an.l
.sy:no Las practised
in the Galleries of Beritn, loresden. Munich and
Florence. - „ . ..
The te,w• school is the behool. Thts
Board intend to- obviate ntl "hjections to thi
'Class of popular sclionl:, as far us passible. A
:sufficient corps of iO:Wilir - , s will be, employed,
that fall maybe done in ererf pupil.—
.Tuition is free to all ivith in the phi hnrough\lim.
its, Pupill from.abroti4 are invircd. Boaftt
private families from $3 to Si per week.
Tuition, pomraon English. (per term, $5.
jligher English. Mathematics ' &0.,58.
BY ORDER B OARD.
'r7,1870. • tr
TgranIETTERS TESTAMENTARY having been
ted on!the osW.a of Cianrad Berrtanr,
late of Gaines, Tioga donnty, deceased,allper
sons indebted to said estate will call and settle
with, and those haviug cl.dtns against it f,ratent
Omni to • • W. W. TATE,
Gaines, Oct 5, 1.370 at
fl ALL AND SEE that large stook' of Walt pa:
selling off at cost, at
P. R. WILLIAMS it CO'S.
Wellsboro, May 25,1870.
71- r Pr't
:me the publih that , , he'S
and a large aueortment
o, A. SMITH',
t xeeu tong