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WATCH 3.W 5 111311. ,
111 other! watch the little feet,
Climbing o'er ,the garden wall,
Bounding through 'tbe limy. street,
Ranging cellar, abed and hail.
Never count the momenta loat,
Never mind the time it costs,
Little feet will go astray,
Guide them mother, while you may.
Mother! watch the little hand
yicking barrios by the way
Mikking houses in the sand,
Tossing up the 'fragrant hay.
Never dare the question ask,
Why to me aria weary task ?"
These came little bands may prove
Messengers of light and love,
Mother I watoh the tittle tongue
Prattling, elotineht and wild,
What is said and what, is sung,
By the happy, joyous
Catch the word while yet unspoken,
Stop the cow before 'tis broken ;
The same tongue may .‘ , et proclaim
Blessings in a Saviour's name.
Mother! wistch-tho /title heart"
Beating soft and warm fiir you;
Wholesome lessons now impart;
Keep, 0 keep that young heart true,
Eatractiug every weri4„.
Sowing good and precious seed :
Harvest rich you then may see,
Ripening for eternity.
How Aliok Shot the Panther.
going to tell you a true story of
some children I knew when I lived in
Texas. Aliek was ten years old, Mary
was eight, and little Etta was only four.
They had lost their father and moth
er, but had a big...hrother Frank, and
the beat sister in the world, Salle; and
she took just as .good care of them' as
their own dear mother could have done,
They lived far Offin West Texas, on
the edge of'a wide prairie. Do you
know what a prairie is? Jtist think
how it would look if you couldsee noth
iug on either side of you but One great
field of waving grass and beautiful
flowers reaching away, away, far away
to where the blue sky seems to bend
down and touch it. That is a prairie.
%Veil, brother Frank's fields were on
the prairie; but the log-house in w hich
they lived was In the edge of the woods
that bordered it.
The trees were not such as you know
about. They were live oaks. which
stay green all winter; pecans, which
bear the nicest nuts ; dogwood; with
large white flowers; holly,
, with glossy
leaves and bright red berries ; and,
best of all, the stately cuuguolia, which
is almost too grand M talk about in a
small fnagazine like this.
There,,was a great magnolia growing
by a spiing not far from the house ;
and this was the place where the chil
dren liked best to play,
Ouo bright Monday afternoon, they
had gone to the spring as usual, to have
a nice time, and Sallie was busy making
a iitzket for Allck, when suddenly the
little boy came rushing into the house,
and seized his brother's gun which
stood in the corner.
"0 Alick !" ,cried :Sallie, "how often
must you be told not to touch that
'Can't help it this time, sister Sallie;
there is a big , panther up i❑ our tree,
and Pm bound to shoot him."
"But where are Mary and Etta ?"
"Oli! they,are down there looking
him right infthe eye, so that he may
not go off tilt I get back."
ne was running with all laic - might
as he spoke, Poor Sallie ! her heart
seemed to stand still; but it was no
time to faint. She caught up the horn
with which she used to call Frank to
dinner, and blew a blast which she,
knew be would understand to mean
"danger." Then she wrote on the door
in large letters, "Tv the spring quick!
and followed Alick with ail the speed
that love and fear could lend her.
The boy reaohed the spot a little be
for her. When she came in sight,
there was the frightful beast stretched
out on a bough of the tree, growling
low, and looking done with tery eyes
.at the little girls who stood band In
hand gazing steadily up at him, and
never thinking of the danger.
Bang, went the gun, and the panther
fell to the ground.
Presently Frank arrived. Sallie had
suk down at the foot of the tree, clasp
tig the little girls.
Allick stood looking at his prize;
and you may be sure he got _plenty of
praise; only he was told that be should
never.again leave his sisters alone in
the Woods to keep guard over a panther.
Suicipx.—On Friday evening of last
week a young man named George Van
derburg, of Honesdale, procured four
ounces onaudanum at Lobeck's drug
store, on Lackawanna avenue, and be
fore he could be prevented, drank the
greater part Of it. Medical assistance
was at once called, but without avail.
He- died the next day. 'Phis unfor
tunate case is but another sad commen
tary on the course of life pursued by
too numerouga class of our rising gene
ration. Dissipation, disappointment,
and mortification, then lunacy, are the
inevitable fruits- of; tampering with
vile whiskey: Drinking leads to gam
bling and all the vile crimes, even to
self-murder. Beware of the Glass.—
"Touch not, taste not."—E.r.
THE population of Ban Francisco, as
returned by the census takers, Js 340,301,
which is a gain in the last ten years v et'
94,bb0. A ourlous feature of the,census
is the educational statistics. We copy
from, the Bulbotin of October 28 :
The generally intelligent character
of our plpulation is shown by the fact
that there are only 5,667 adults who
are unable to read and write. Of this
number only nine are native Ameri
. CaltB, and only 2 - American women.
The'classiflcation of the illiterates, ac
ccirditigto the nativity, is as follows:
Ireland, 4,885; Italy, 258 ; e it:o 2sB ;
f bill, 44 ; *est Indies, 73 ; England
20 ; negroes, 40; Americans, 0; Poland,
33 ; Portugal, 28, Of the totals, 4,•297
are females. The Chinese are not in
cluded, for all Chinese learn to read and
write in their own lingtiage.—Peer•s.
"What are you disturbing the whole
house with your yells in this way for?"
demanded a Saratoga landlord of a guest
whom he found late at night seemingly
in active pursuit of invisible foes, and
yelling at the top of his voice.
"Pm shouting the battle cry of flea
dotn," answered the guest, as he went
ahead with his search and his yells,
"FATHER," said it lady of the new
school to her indulgent spouse, as he
resumed his pipe after supper one even
ing, "you must buy our dear Georgiana
an English grammar and spelling book;
she ham gone through her French,
awl Greek...in_ ic, drawing, and
thawing ' and HOW 8 e must commence
her English stud! •."
31P0 , Luc,
MIA • itmiprit
birth and 4
Lc ncivertitiN In a
per that, else lo of good
'ucation, and io willing to
ditor, believing herself able
Lets . 0 - : :CintiOn Roar
THE GOOD NEWS
Throughout the baud
of the large assortment of
°l'V".. W* GOODS
Vhich has Ju3t been receired at the new 2tore of
CIIAS. C. INEAXHERS.
Come and See the blew floods!
WE LIKE TO SHOW THEM.
tn tbo line of
DOMES* DRY GOODS
wo arc oaring grant bargains which cannot (ail
Ws aro also offeritt; groat bargains inl
which cannot l but please tho ladies
We have an eNceilent line in this department,
and at prices that must suit all. Look at the
Sugar from 10 to 10 cents.
Tea from 75 cts. t 0,51,50.
D. B. Deans Saleratus, 10 cents.
Syrup, 80 cents,
Coffee cents. )
Chewing Tobacco 'from 80 cis. to $l.
We also keep a largo assortment of tui notion
40US goods, moll as is usually found in dry goods
stores. Our assortment of
Hats ai)d Caps
for Mon and Boys, aro varied and c)ropleto. We
lan in the:
Boot & Shoe
rad°, tho different styles to rleaso all, , and o
tho 'hest manufacture.
C. C. MATLIBILF,,
Sept. 14, 18;11. Ilache'..3 old stand
W A Li. PAPER!
L"it be distinctly understood to the iobab.
itants7and citizen! of Wellebort),•that we
and. any other article in the
cheaper than can be sold by any other ,firm in
Tioge. County; further we do affirm that no man
eau undersell us unless they receive goods by
We have just received from N. Y.,
35,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER
bought!at the present Gold prices 1 4 ;9,11, which
we will sell cheaper than any other firm west of
N. T. Call and examine, and we are certain
that we can please in Price and quality, and if
not suited we will pay you for your time in
P. R. WILLIAMS it CO
Wellsboro, April 0, 1870. '
Livery _Stable! 1'
W A r gl a tl ° T Nr
; sPey olaepub
lie that they have established a
Livery Or Hire,
At their Stable on Pea i at., opposite Wheeler's
;raison shop. Single er double rigs furnished to
order. They aim to keep good horses and vta.
gone, and Intend to please. Prices reasonable.
WATI4NS & LOUDEN,.
Administratrix 4 s Notice.
T ET TERS OF ADAIINTSTRATION having
11 been granted on the estate of 'Benjamin
Van Dine n'deceased, la to cif Olean, Catturangus
county, N. Y., to the undersigned, all persons
owing said estate and those having elaimsegainat
the same, are notified to call on D, L. Van De
an, of Chatham, Tioga county, Pa., for settle
ment. JERUSIIA L. VA-N DUSEN,
Chatham, Tioga county, Pa., Nov 2, 1870.4
NEW MEAT ItARKET
(First Door East of Cone House.)
s o u ra b ra sc o rr a s t r io b n a u s t onn
f e n d w a stl T t a o let for the
Icc FRESH MEAT.
Cash will be paid for pork, beta, mutton, beef
cattle, bides and sheep pelts.
Fresh Bab every Saturday,
REZERIAII STOW ELL, JR.
November 2, 1874 a
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY baying been
granted on the estate of Edsel
lace of Middlebury, deceased, all persons indebt.
ad to said estate will snake Immediate payment,
and those having claims against it, wiltpreseat
them to JOHN X.MiTOUNLL,
Oet 2141470 4it Enctatov.
/laving on Land a, large stook of Tin, Stoves
and Hardware, the ..nnderslgned takes pleasure
to announce that he has at a great outlay, ad
ded to the usual stock of the old stand on
MAIN STREET, WEtLSBORO,
a oomplete assortment of 'Shelf Hardware,
of which he enumerate the following articles:
NAILS;,ISPIKES, CROWBARS, X OUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
--- PUMPS, AXES,
BITT-STOOKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS
SHOVELS, SPADES, MKS,
WOOD SOREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS.,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE- • •
SPRINGS, HORSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAND IRON, GRINDSTONE
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUPPERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for use. These are but u
few of the many articles composing the stook
I invite the public to call and examine for
themselves. I aim to keep the beat quality of
goods in, nay line; and all work to order done
promptly and well,
SASH, DOORS. BLINDS
AT FACTOLY PRICES,
Always onkand or farnialied to order, at
ROBERTS & BAILEY'S Hardware
Wellaboro ,Oet: I,lB7o—tf.
The Atlantic Cable:
TOUGII transmitting its freight with very
great rapidity, bidding defiance to time, dis
tance, Horse Power and Steam, is nevertheless
and in that Line most GROCERIES aro to be
tonna, (sooner or later.) The
will therefore take notice that
L A. RARBINXII.
continues to received and transmit to his ens
of every thing under the heavens, in the line of
with the Cost incredible dispatch. What is the
need of mentioning articles when OA) publio is
assured that EVERYTHING that ever ought to
be kept in a
GROCERY & PROVISION STORE
is kept here and for sale. The only thing the
subscriber promises to do as an attraction to
customers besides keeping the' beet assortment
of Goods in the town, is to try to give every
man his money's worth.
June, 8, 18'10. L. A. GARDINER.
Grocery and Provision Store,
CORNING, N. Y.
CI. LI. ISIIIAT-a,
W lT a lS k A ir tr e
oi. - AND RETAIL DEAVER
WilleS, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, GREEN &
CANNED FRUITS AND
WOOD 8c WILLOW WARE, GLASS it
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS 4
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &a., &o.
A full and complete assortment of the above
mentioned goods alba best quality always on
Particular attention paid to Pine Groceries
Dealers and Clonanuners will find it to their is
terest to examine bls Stock bora* Myths.
Clossing t N. IL ' Mtg. lf ,3170. ,
New Goods 1
AVE taken the new store one door above
Wright it wbere they are on hand
tb a Dew atodic , •
• - •?
BOOTS, BALMORAL% GAITERS,
BOOTEES; BROGANS AND
• GALLIGASKINBi • •
warranted to fit any foot from No. 0, to 33 in.
elusive. The stook has been selected by one
who has tho udvotoso of •
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
in the business, wi l d is the best and fullest in the
country. Our Meek of
FRENCH CALF, FRENCH KIP,' UP-
PER, SOLE, COMMON CALF,
LININGS, BINDING, MO-
will be hept up as heretofore,
Ou Findings wo shall be found at bogie saw
wive, and we obeli endeavor to soli at prices
satisfactory to the trade. We won't ba tindepi
VOR HIDES, SKINS, FURS lit PELTS.
Also the top of the Market for A
But our best hold' will be on
CUS r OM WoB 1
There's oomfoit in a well made arts om boot,
That Ate the corns without too mach compressing:
For everybody knows a shabby foot
Cannot be compromised by overdressing. •
And one may wear clean linen with a suit
Of finettoloth, but there is - no finessing
Nill maklea men with shabbily dressed foot,
Look like a gentleman upon the street.
MOBAL : Buy your boots of
BEARS Aft DERBY,
other man. [Printer's
1 i ..
TO THE FALIIMERS OF
TIO6A COUNTY: ,
1 I ......._ . ,
lAM noWbttlidingstmy'tnanufactory,in Lawrence.
FAkIVING MILL ,
Whichpossesses le following advantagesover al)0010:
I.ltmeparstotty B,oette_,rit litter.andfoulSeedS,Snd
chessand cooklegrom wheat.
S. It cleans flax seed,takes but Yellow sold, '
other seeds, perfectly,
8, It olesnetimothyseed.
4. It deem all otherespiratlugrequired of a mill .
This mill is built ofthe beat and most durable elm
bar, in goodstyl,and is sold cheap for cash, or
I will fit a patent sieve, for separating intermit
J.ll Id ATEllt .
1 II 0
SEARS & AVERY, PRoPRIErnua
PLOWS, MORSE HOSES, CULTIVA
TORS, FIELD ROLLERS, KET—
TLES,. ALL smug, SAP PANS,
FARMING -- UTENSILS, ALL
BINDp; WOOD MACHINE S roB,
CHURN POWER; THE TOMPKINS
COUNTY, HORSE POWER- EIGHT
AND TEN HORSE, CONSTANTLY
And also, eporything usually found in a Srst•
We call particular attention to our MA-
GlirNE 13110 P, which bar been re-built with
new, and Bret-elass
Iron PLANER, DRILL, &e. We employ none
but tirst-clase workmen, and are, therefore, pre
pared to do onr work is the beat style, and at
abort notice. We have recently added new
MACRINERY, for Planing and Matching
boards. Call and see us. ■; -
Jan. '6, 1870-Iy, BEARS A AVERY.
THE UNDERSIGNED would say to the citi.
zone of Weilsboro and vicinity that he has
recently reeved over
_Truman Brothers Grocery
Store with 'his
Harness ' Shop
In fall operation on, Orafton Street, between Main
and Water;ite., where he is prepared to manu
facture aU(kindb of I
Doub l e t Single Harnesses,
In the eet Apt°, and of the beat material.
On sboit no ice and good. I employ the best
workmen,}lnd use none but the beat material,
and am therefore prepared to please all who
want anything in my line.
611. MAIN ST. & THE AVENUE,
SOL. BIINNEL, PROPIR.
' Thi is U popular Hotel lately kept by B. B.
Holiday,d The Proprietor will spare no pains to
make it a first-class house. All the stages ar
rive and depart from this house. A good hostler
in attendance. Afr•L o j,very attached.
0ct.12, 1870-1 y;
CLOTHS AND MATTING'S,
jut received at
ACON & BAILEY,
Drug, Medicines, Chemicals,
GLASS, 17TTY, PAINTS, OILS,
Alooliol, Pure Wines and Liquors, fo
Perfumery, Soaps, Prelim, Toilet Articles, As.
Sillo.Physiciatist prescriptions compounded at ell holm.
Bit 013010/1" PA. -
(From Dieperteatory of the Unite 'States.]
boa Doh 7 ugh Leaves,
PR 0 Pitt VBS.— Their li a odo
strong, diAsive, and somew t .aro
matic, lliezr taste bitterish, an mud°,
AND USES.—Buclat Leaves are
gently stimulant, with. a peculiar ten
dency, to the Urinary Organs,
They are given in complaints of the
Urinary Organs, such as Gravel,
Chronic Catarrh of the Bladder, Alor
bid Irritation of the Bladder and Uro,-
Disease of the Prostate. Gland,
and retention of Incontinence _ of Urine,
froin a loss of tone in theparts con
cerned in its evacuation. The renuidy
has also been re c ommended in .4s
pePsia, 'Chronic rheumatism, Cutan
eous Affections, and Dropsy.
B UGHU is used by persons from
the ages of 18 to 26, and from 86 to
55, or in the decline or change of life;
after Confinement, or labor pains; Bed-
Wetting in children.
- In affections peculiar to females, the
Extract Buchu is uneguaW y any
other remedy, as in Chlorosis; or Re
tention, Irregularity, Painful ess or
Suppression of Customary &ma
tions, Ulcerated or Schirrous State of
the Uierus, Leucorrhrea, or Whites.
DISEASES OF THE BLAD ,
DER , x7D - ATIF ITV; a.RA. VEL,
AND D 1 O.PSICAL S W ELL
power of Digestion, and excites the AtA
sorbents into healthy action, by which
the Watery or Calcareous depositions,
and all Unnatural enlargements are
reduced, as well as pain and Inflam.
W. A. NN
lIEL.MB OLD' S 11EXT1 ACT
BUCHU has cured every case of Di
abetes in which it has been Oven.—
irritation of the neck of the Bladder
and Inflammation of the Kidneys, Ul
ceration of thelridneys and .Bladder,
.Retention of Urine, Diseases of Me
Prostate Gland, Stone in the Bladder,
Calculus, Gravel, Brick-Dust; _De
posit, and Mucus, or Milky Dischary
'es, and for enfeebled and delicate con
stitutions, of both sexes, attended with
the following symptoms: Indisposition
to exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of
Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Iferves, 7embting, _Horror of
Disease, Wakefulness, Dimness of
Vision, Pain in the Back, Hot Hands,
Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the
Skin, Eruption on the face, Pallid
Countenanee, Universal Lassitude of
the Muscular System,
HELMB OLD'S EXTRA CT
BUCEU is Diuretic and Blood-Pu
rifying, and cures all diseases arising
from habits of dissipation, ecccesses and
imprudences in life, impurities of the
Blood, Ow., superseding Copaiba in
afections for which it is used, such as
lionorrhaa, Gleets of long standing, ,
and Syphilitic Affections:—in these dis
eases, used in connection with Helm
bold' s Rose Wash.
Sold by alli.Druggists and dealers'
everywhere. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask for lielmbold's. Take no other.'
Ariee--,1.25 per bottle, or erboilles
for $0.60. Delivered to any aadress.
Describe symptoms in an. commlem
Address H. T. RELIMBOLD,
494 Broadway, N. 1".
MNONE AXE GENUINE UN
ESS DONE U. IN steel-eni,
graved wrapper, with facsimile q my
Chemical Wareitanise. and signed
Aar is, mood*
'n,RITOS AND MEDIOINES, PAINTS
-UL✓✓ AND OILS,
TRADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, KEITH'S
IREDEATIS :FLUID, EX
BURNETT'S COCOAIRE, FLAVORINU
EXTRACTS, KEROSENE LAMPS,
PATENT mEraorm, R9Oll-
AND PLAVOING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND - DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR Ai.ARVIN & CO'S RE
Bold at Wholesale Prices. Buyers are requested
to oall and got quotations before going further
W. D. TERBELL it CO,
Oornlng t N. Y., Jal). 1, 1870-ly
Patent 1 Roofing.
INAVE bought the right to use the Paten
Mastic, Rooting 1a Tioga County, and am
now.preparad to; put on roofs oheap and in good
'workmanlike manner. This rooting is tire and
water proof. I refer to Messrs. Wright A Bai
ley, Tolea A Barker, and 0. L. Willcox, whore
samples can be seen and roofs in use.
' MOSES WINGATE.
Wellaboro, Jan.', 18704 f.
Furniture I Furniture!
B. T. VAN HORN,
ANING 'completed Ids new Cabinet Ware
house on Blain street, Wellsboto, bas stock
ed with a large and superior assorted stock o
Ohazaber Su ite, Walnut, Ash, maple,
ao.„ &Go 413.,
from $l6O down s and as cheap
as the same goods can be bo't
in the cities. freight added.
Parlor Suits, Walnut, Cherry, and
Mahogany, Reps or Hair Cloth,
from $125 down. Also,
SOFAS, LOXINOES, - COUCHES, TETE
with Upholstery to suit.
Center Tables, Walnut or Marble Topa,
Looking Wanes, Brackets Pa
per Backs, Booking Chairs, \
1 • all kinds,
1 'Wholosillio end Rt.-tail.
lam manufaeturing as usual, and intend to
keep a tail stook of ware, home and city made
at 411 times. My Ware Rooms are epaolots and
neat, and now isontalo the largest, costliest and
best i *took of Furniture ever brought into the
Planing and Matching,
BOROLL SAWING Zt;IIB.OI3rLDING,
done to order at the Voctory.
Jan. 1, 1869-if.
WALES& & LATilitOP,
D I NALIVEtti IV
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
BiILTING, 8111 1 8, CUTLERY,
AGRIOULT tram. IMPLEMENTS,
Carriage anal Farness ‘Tzfutzoinga,
HARNEOIES, SADDLES, Ao.
Corning, N. Y., 1870-17.
ingham's Woolen Mills!
TrHE subscriber, will pay Cash, Full-Oloth,
Oarilmores,Tiannola, io., ao., for Wool.—
T oyals° manufaiture so usual—
TO - ORDBR, OR ON SORES
to snit customer,. All work warranted as rep
tennted. They invite particular attention to
their Water Proof
CA 4 BIIkIEREB,
Welt ars vrarranted in aver; vesgeat. P en
lar attention given to
INCHAVEI large stook of Cassimeres, (lc 46
per cent less than nny competitors, and warrant.
fed as reprelented.i
MELON manufacture to order, and do all
kinds of Coll-Carding and Cloth Crooning, and
INOILSAttI haie as good an assortment of
Fact Cloths, Oassimeres i keg
I • A
and give more for Wool In exchange than at
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your!
ISGHAIdfI whelesale and retail at the eow
alluvia 21111 s, 2 miles below Knoxville.
Our Cloths are warranted, and sold by the
O. B. KELLEY, Wellaboro, Pa.
. T. L. BALDWIN & CO., Tioga,, Pa.
J. 43: BENNETT, Covington", Pa.
100,000 Pounds of Woo
jest to We decision of the Republican County
High - School.
HE Subscriber will open a School in tbo
village of Oiceola, on Monday, March rtb,
IST% sod continue twelve weeito.
RATI3B OP TEXTION :
Printery, $3 00
Common Englieb,N.,. $5,00.
Hisiter, - • • - • •so,oo t
Bob. 9e4f. 1 C. C. WARD, losintiptit
B. T. YIN um.
• ERIE RAILWAY.
Oand' after MONDAY, May 2d, 1870, 'l` rains
leavetlorning, at the following honre,viz
Goma Wear. I ,
5,415 and 6,066. In., NIGHT EXN; daily foroch •
eater Duffel° Dunkirk, Cleveland and iheill•
nett!, malting' direct cornmection with train of the
(trend Trunk and Lake Shore Rai/ways at Buffalo,
Dunkirk and Cleveland for all volute Weat,t and at
Clncinnatti with the Ohio and hlisethalppi and LOuls•
vino tikor t Lino Railways for tho Southend South
648 a ut, IMPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted, fur
Buffalo, Dunkirk and Cleveland, connecting with
trains for the West: A Bleeping Coach is attached to
. this train running through to Duffalo,
10,22 a. 'Mk 01, Sundays oxoepted,tor
Buffalo and Duukirk,
lAS p.m., BALTIMORE REPRESB,Sundaysorcept
ed, for Iloche6ter end Buffalo, via Avon.
7,25 p. m., DAY EXPRESS, Sunday. excepted, far
Rochester, Buffalo ' Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cincinnati,
and the South Stops at &ll:ldpi' stations and con
nects points on main line.
Now and Improved Drawing Room Coaches accompany
this train from New. York to Bniralo t and Bleeping
Coacpe a attached at Rornellsville, running through
to Cleveland and Gallon without change.
11,25 p. 121., EXPRESS MAIL Bundaye excepted,
for huff°lu, Cleveland, connecting whit trains for
12,460 m.,'W FRElClFlT,Suudaysexce . ptta,
6,45 p. m., EMIQUANT THAlN,dally, for the West
G . OING EAST.
11,49 1 3 • ra, NIOI4T EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at New York with afternoon trains and
.steamers for Boston and New England bides,
Sleephig Coaches accompany this train to Now York
4,35 tti us., CINCINNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex
cepted 1 connecting at titmice for Williamsport,
Harris nrg and the South; also at Elmira for Canon
ditto At Yfuverly with train of Lebigh Talley Sall
way) ; t Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for Coo
. perstoina and Albany; and at Now York with steam
ers and afternoon Express trains for New England
cities. 4 Sleeping coaches accompany_tbis train
to N eW York.
11,28 eL nr., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at Amy „City with. midnight express
train of New Jersey Rollroad for Philadelphia. Also
etOPSIELIC principal duteous and connecting points an
New and Improved Drawing Roan Coaches accompany
this train to Now York.
1248 p. m, ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, daily for
2,20 p. m., ELMIRA MAIL, Sundays excepted.
430 P. in., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
;Sundays excepted, connecting at Elmira for the
7,57 G LIGHTNIN EXPRESS, Daily,connect.
lag at Jersey City with morning Exi roan (11/1,11
tioo4oloo, ttaiLroad for Baltimore and Waahiug ton;
and at Now York; with 'morning Votyreas train tot
Boston atorNaw England Olden. Alor stops at all prin-
Gird stations and connecting points on malt line.
Bleeping Coaches accompany this.tral; through to New
11,33 0. GO., WAY FRETOUT, Spnda3 s excepted.
BACIaIiVE CHECKED 9illiOUGll.
Jar A rerked and complettl"Poritet Time Tata a"of
Paatengar Trains on thogrie,ltailway Find connecting
Linos, basracently been pubilshed.,and can be prom ,
Id on applicatiou co,thelickit Agent glib° Company
WM. B. BABA}, . I - L. D. RUCH= , •
Gen'l Pass. Agent . , Gen'l Sup't.
Blosaburg 61. Corning, & Tiog a N. It
Taalaiwilltutt asfollowsuntilfurther notice:
,Accommodation—Leave blllossburg a tt0,50 a. n •
field at 7,40 'flogs at 8,4 Lawreticeville at 9 07—
arriving at Corning at 10,10 a.tts.
Mail—Leaveslllosstiurg at 2,30 p. m.,Mansfeld a tB,lO,
Volga at 3,44, taywrenceville at 4,29—arriving at
Curtain; atE.3op m.
Mail—Les.seiCorniiag at 7,60 Lavrrencerll I at
8,44,110ga at 91, Manstlold at 10 . ,05—arriv tug at
Dlors-burg at 11, sa. in
Accommodation—Leaves Corning a t '2055 p. to . ,La sr.
retie • Ile at 4,04 Tioga at 4.55, 'Mansfield at 5,38
ant!' at Bloseburg at 0,20 p. w.l
-Northers' Central El .8.
TRAINS FOR THE NORTR.
Traineforeanandaguialeave Elmira as follow :
Aecomodat ion at 1 12 p
Express [fastest train on road). ..... ....... 12 05 ain
Mail 10 00 p to
Aocommodiktion 0 15 p tr,
On andaftorJuno 12, 1870, tralaa will arrive and
depart from Troy, as follower' ,
845 p. m.--Daily (extept Sundttys) for Elmira and
Buffal o,vla E rl Ral lway from Elmira,
1036 a. m.—Dally (excep t Sundays) for Elmira
lo,Canandalgua, Rochester, Susp,Brldge nd the
T 23 A. m.—Dally(except Sundays) fur Baltimore,
968 P. m.--Dally (except Bptde 4 ye) far Baltimore,
ALFRED 11. SWIM , PD.S, YOUNG
fien'iSup tliarriebore, ' (fere/ retes..e.'o
casit .9.4 1,874)
SEE WRAT SELLING FOR OASIii
Our Prive t s To-Day.
Beet White Wheat Flour $7 pr bb1.1,75 pr. sack
" Red wituter $6,50 " 1,62 " .
"BS Bring Wheat, epo
," 1.80 "
Buokvrheat Flour, ' 3,00 per 100 lbs.
Beet Feed, 2,00 " "
Bran and Shorts 1,50 " ,4,
Meal 2,25 " "
Those prices only FOR,ICASII.
WRIGHT & BAILEY
All persons not having Bottled with us, can
not blame ua now if thoy find their accounts and
notes left with an attorney for collection. We
give due notice. W. A. B.
BLOB,—Wo want all persons baying any bap
with our mark on them, to return the same at
once, as we shall take steps to secure them--
We have 500 bags scattered among the people.
WRIGHT do BAILEY.
19WA LAND A ENCY. -
rilln subscriber would inform the public that
j_ be bas tha agency of aqu tit) of
lOWA LAN S,
trbicb he will sell for cash, or exchange for real
or personal property, on reasonable terms.
GREAT; BARUAINS OFFERED.
He would say that he has examined the prop
erty and titles for himself, and believes be can
make it for the interest of persons going West,
to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Per particulars, inquire of S. D. GOODELL,
May 11, '7O ly Sabinsvilie , Tioga Co., Pa.
HARKNESS & RILEY,
21007' AND SHOE MAKERS.'
Shop in Mozart Block formerly occupied by
3. R. Ride as a Grocery Store.
BOOTS ANDSHOES of. all kinds made. to
order and in the beat manner.
REPAIRINGof all kinds donepromptlyand
well. 'Give us acall.
Welleboro, July 13,1.870,1 y.
i\Te'vgfir Firs. !
. EASTMAN & VAN BORNE,
ripIATITE 211•11) MECIIANIFAL
A Dew and superior base for artificial teeth—
having three times the strength of the vuleonite.
Is offered with the aesurence that it removes ev
ery objection made by the patient. Teeth filled,
cleaned and extracted in the moat asproved man.,
net., All work registered and warranted. Office
No 13 Main at., Wel!shorn,
Aug. 31, 1870. 1 1
WELLSBORO AND MANSFELD
figigm THE undersigned, proprsetor of
this line takes this motbcd of in
forming the public that the above Stage rune
daily (Sundays eacepted,) between the two pia.
eta as follows:
Leaves Wender° at 8 a. w., and arrives 4 1
Mansfield at 10.80 a. m.
Leaves Mansfield at 2.30 p. VI. and arrisea at
Wallaboro at 6 p. m.
Aug. 24, IB7o.—tf. W B. VAN BORN.
9CII::t311 431431 1 1111.1 C!
M. M. SEARS, PROPRIETOR.
,WHERE delicious Ice Cream, French Con
fectionary, all kinds of fruits• in their
season, a nice dish of, Tea, Coffee, or Cheeplate,
and Oysters in their season—ean be had 'at all
hours, served in the beat style. Next door be
low Roberts A•Railey's Hardware Store, Main
• Irtllsboso,tran. 1, I 'no.
tar HEAD THIS 4194
TO MAKE MONEY IS TO
SAVE IT 1
= Fit% :11
HAS PILEA 1 oy
on sale, fresh from the city.
Sep in and see 'rhea!
Va keep all kin
ds and qualities to plcaEe
In,any quantity and of the Inst kinds
Rem'ember the place,
J., R. BARKER
Wellsboro, Sept. 21,1970 tf
WICKHAM & i'ARR
Invite the attention of the gtOtio to tho nom
plete and welt selected etock if
which they havejuet received.
More earnest efforts than ever before will be
put forth to please and further enlarge ilielr
steadily increasing trade. An attempt to name
kept would be useksa, but i suffice It to say, the
Goods to Suit
all classes of trade
CALL h. SEE FOR YOURSEVES
Sept. 21, 184 0-1 y
GW. NAVLE, would say to his friend
a that his flatness Shop is nowiin full blast
and that he's prepared tofurnisb heavy or lib
3E3 1°.13.4Z SI 637,
on short notice, in a good and sub tantial man
nor, and at prices that can't fail to et it.
The best workmen are employed, and-ti one be
be best material uEed. Call and se
Dee. 9,11160 y. G. NY. NAVI.-E.
UN ON ACADEMY.
KINOXVILLU; TWO/ CO., PA
HORTONA , RINCIPA L•
The Fall Terra for MO will conitnenen August aq.
The Winter " November 29
The Spring "
Send kr circular. July =i,lBiu.lf
Wellsboro Uuion Graded
A. C. WIDiTERS, A, M. ETWERINTEND-:
ENT kW GRADED SCHOOLS,
And Principal of High Scl‹.
TT is the determination of the Directors to
make the course of instruction us thorough
and systematic as can be tonnd in the State
Commencing with the primitry department, the
pupil must master every year's allotted work, be
fore being admitted to the nest higher.
The best of teachers , vlll be employed in every
department, the most approved methods of in
struction used, and the best of care exercised
uver thi• pupils in Bolide! and out.
The than SCI3OOI, offers these
The Principal is a graduate of the Rochester
University, New York, a gentletnan ot large'ex
perience in the best conducted schools of the'
country, who has spent two years in Europe,
and speaks Get-man. French and Italian. Ile is
qualitied to give superior instruction in -theory,
Arts and the Ancient itmgvingee
do is lltgher Mathematics, the Sciences, Book.
keeping and• usAe, be equal to that of h
best academies. '
The Board hope to soon bo able to secure In-\
struction in Panting nod Drateinviy a 1943 y
who has had several years' instructioo by the
best masters In Germany, and who has bractised
in the Galleries of Berlin, Dresden. Munich and
The best school is the cheopeat school. The,
Board intend to obviate all objections to thh'
class of popular schools, as for as possible. A
sufficient corps of teacberi trill be employed,
that full justice may be dohs to every pupil
Tuition is free to all within tbe.old borough lim•
its. Pupil's from abroad are inxitod. Board in
private families from $3 to $4 per week.
Tuition, Common English, (per term, $5.
• " 'Higher English. Mathematics, c., $B.
BY ORDER or BOARD.
Boptencher 7, 1870. if
TAE undersigned. Auditor, uppointo.tl by the
Orphans' Court of Vega county, to distrib-,
uto the moneys arising from Gui solo of the,rea)
estate of George C. Marvin, d!censod, trill at
tend to the duties of his appointment, at his of
fice in Wellsboro, on Saturday, the 3d day of Do
cember, 18.79, at 10 o'clock A. M.
M. F. ELLIOTT, Auditor.
November 2, 1870 4w
LL persons indebted to us, by no:o or book
account, will find us at the office of /1.1 essrs,
Soars J. Derby fer the next thirtYi days,' where
we shall settle up upr old bIIPiDeFB.
All parties owing us, after the_ thirty do)s ex
pire, will find their accounts left with hi F. gl
um t, Esq., for immediate collection.
. WRIGHT .t B4ILF%I'•
October 26, 18•iU if
The Fall Term
OP THE TIOGA 111011.SCI1OOI.
COMMENCED SOO.. 2t3, 1270, and cloaca
December 23d, 327 D:
Winter term will cocci:nape° Jan. 24, 1871,
end close April 7, 18\71. 1 f
Spring Term will comuioneeApril 24, 1871,
and close July 28th, 1871.
Higher Mathematios, including a com
mercial course, $lO,OO
Any oI the languages, $B,OO
Oct. 12, 187074 w.
AT COST, At
P. R. VP ILLGtms tt: eces
ANTED.—A good dairy farm, of two'llun
, dred sores, or more, Address, with da•
'loOptiou SPEAR BROTHERS,
HCM g a b/TWO - Manifts)d, Pe.
IVICRIIAht dr. BARR