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J.iunryi 1871, TRUMAN A BOWEN.
December 7, 1871 i g w .
fIOII COUNTY IGITAT011:1
New Goads—C. C. Mathers.
Newell & Owens.
T e sise—Chas. Yates.
C 3 stion—Levi i?ergersnn., „.
DIE ST i*.CIC PlANO.—Rettli 3ie tali
cie on the fir.\t
lingo of this limier. '
LAR(IE YIELD.=—Mr. Fred. Huyler,
of Morrie township, we are told, raised i 4 bush—
d} of oats from'ono quart of seed the past sum—
The Horseheads Bullet4l, a lively M
ee paper, printed at Horseheads, New York, by
or old friend E. B. Foster, 'Esti , has been re
alm' at this once. Success to tho enterprise.
1 .--The Troy actzette has
,rain made it appearance, 'after a short delay
ie caeione4 by l
o recent firo in that place. The
Gaulle is an client paper,. and deserves, what
, t ,a r eceiving, a liberal seaport.
Soci tax...—The Sociable connected
with the Presbyterian Society, will meet Virtines-
Joy evening, Dec. 7th, at tho residence of Hon.
W. Willis s, Main at.
StitiouS ACCIDENT.—WO learn that
flnry It. Miller, of Morris township, met with a
!pawls accitnt on the 26th of NoVomber. Ho
FAS riding o the horse power of a threshing
Wichine, as pricer, when his right foot caught
between the whecis,fhich drew the leg in above
the knee. mangling it in a horrible manner.
ut tbitt place, has a Durham steer, ono year old
the 27th of April last, which now weighs 800
lbs. It is the same that took the first premium
st our late county Fair.
1 13USINESS CHANGE.—Messrs. Sears
A Derby have sold out their boot and shoe estab.:.
stbment to Meath. Bush dc Randolph, of Niles
whom we can recommend to our readers
is thorough, practical hushiss mon. We Wish
ttiem'suceesa, and (rust they will receive the
.awe liberal patronage heretofore eXtendad to
the late firm. Advertisement next week.
lIERMAKI SOCIETY.—Do liot forget
recitation by Mrs. Anna' T. Randall, at the
M E Church in this place. Friday evening
it this week. Tickets may be procured at
;be pint taco. Wo urge all to go who can. Wo
repeat that Mrs. Randall s nnoAcelled as an do
2 tillloolst. Season liCkeis for roseived seats thro'
the COUTO, may yet be secured. Twelve lectures
1 for $.4 tA—very cheap, certainly.
SUDDEN DEATI.I.—MT. Jerome Put=
mu, of Illossburg, was found dead in his bed on
lilturtlity morning last, at the hotel of Bateman
MOnroe. An inqast was held on the body, and
1 the verdict was that the deceased died' of oonges
tan of the lungs.
Mr. D. 11. Curtje, the Agitator agent,
will make his annual \ tour through the county
immediately after the Novembrr term of court.
I Let every ono be prepared to encourage him
ion his weary way, "in gathering up- the little
tits duo this office. Ills contracts and receipts
sill he valid with us.
rAI It W AItNINC4,—Mr. Valen tine
Webb, of Delmar, requests us to state that - on
lea his wallet 'and its contents are returned to
hua on or Wore the lath 'of December, ho Hill
expos) the thief, But if returned before that
one, uo expa,lition will be mild°
LITTLE .13rrs.—The communication
on housekeeping wltB passed to tho irfl , do basket.
Mason—tho author's nom() not given.
--D111111(4 DrIPS/ and etreot, [meth ale quite
•nmmon of late.
—The communication vu school If aching wil
+p pear nest week
FOR 'FRE HOLIDAYS.—Mr. Preston It.
Williams advertises in another column that ho
tll3 the largest assortment of toys ever brought
nt) this county. Ho also promises to sell them
'bitty or forty per cent. •`,away flown below"
oer)bntly elee. Drop in and see his large as
,,rtint.tit of lithe) , things.
A ' . 'l.'l.E:siltll) PIANO.—MI'. J. \V. AP
:,,e,•11 has un exhibition at the Cone House, in
to %alp, a splendid piano from the tuanufae
Mr J. theene, Elmira, Now York. This
instrument, fur style and finish, 1.4 eitial to the
made ; and for music, in our opinion, it has
uperior Mr greeno has devoted many years
the manufacture, of pianos, and lo now turn
nt that Will compare with the best
lover; of intivie should call and cy
cione the+ instrument. ft. will be on exhibition
It until the 12th
ANUXVILLE.—The follow ing.--ziie the
.ftiver6 of Wide Awake Lodge, N v oe 41(111, I. 0. of
'T„ M. V. Payn, NV:C T 2, -Susan inschd, W
7 T Vo.I e Sunderliii > 3ll''T ; E R. gtoddara,
A Mr , A. W. Prido, %11 AS;P. I. Sensa
au;:i., WF ti !\V. Clark. %V S; L. A. John
n. W M „SA.. Love, W 0 G; Miss L. Knox,
I el• .lira Eva Phillips, R HS; hi i. 93 Julia
Neciy, L. II S.
1 WWII' COMM ITTHE.—Mr. Editor:
h , :ro,v announce for publication, in the usual
orktlncr, that as Chairman of the late Republi-.
•an Coup!-y Convention. in pursuance of a reso
utmi thereof, I have nppointed the following
Liwed persons as the .Republican County Com
=ltztte for the year 1871: S. F. Wilson, Fsq., of
Wtlidffi ro , Chairman ; Henry Hollands, of ,illoss!..
t,r g , (.. . Mittlirr, of I.3.ArFencoville Augus
ot Knoxville; J Cleaveland, of
llacher, of Rutland ; 1,. 0. Beach, of
` AIL 1111 C. 11. SNY)10U11.
IhlskitvED ComPLinENT.-I\lr. C.
i' ,, runin, editor-in-chief of the Elmira Daily Ad
wil.er, was presented with a valuable eilver set'.
tho evening of the :10th of November. Mr.
Furm a n has just passed his quarter of u centu
'Y at the editorial chair, and during that time
tn made many warm and
lasting friends, not
oly a= an editor, tut as a straight-forward, hon.
'table business man. A number of 'speeches
sue a}a,lo by prominent gentlemen of both p 0.11,41
.11 , 41 pat tics, and the large number present, it
greatly enjoyed the occasion. The fel
4ning ta,tAt was given by Mr. Charles Hazard,
" ilore'e to the veteran editor,
All Ililver-crowned to-night;
HIP ! cheer in honor
Of his noble years of strife!"
Tai; CONE HOUSE.—This hotel, situ
ae no the corner ofi'dain and Wain streets, in
! ill.erough, was fuqy opened to the; public, on
Ifiinilay of the firstweek of court. Every effort
:xi been made to put it in order fot that day.--] ,
ILe work about such a place is like all house l
"k — then , Pvenies to be no end tp it. liooni
/ 1 k dean, fixtures to put up, carpets to put down,
rnitur e to arrange, stoves to put up, dishes to
t 'ini , k and wash, and in fact a place to find for
"Ttiling, and then to put everything in its
face. There acre places enough, and things
tad any one who bits a disposition like
“1 the golld housewife who, for the pleas•
('I of it, can wash dishes three times a day .
t! A play spell, and never welcome her equal
41 fin.law uith a frown, could pros through
Ptcb a iitbi confusion, and, e9tUe out on
of the opening with a friendly greetin
if all. This we think Mr. Graves, the, proprie
10 r. was able to do.
A large number of guests took dinner there
Sl "nday, and all seemed delighted with the fore.
The cooking ie very, good indeed. Everything
neat and new, and P 43 \nv iting that no ono
"'Old leave the dining loll \ with appetite lIIIStt-
course things are now, and a little friction
was to he expected at first. All the conveniences
%tout the house are not yet completed ; but the
workmen are busy, and everything wilt coon be
lo complete order. Mr. Graves will give an
opening party about the first of January.
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2- ;COURT •- •PRoossnixas;-'.aThe+4llliikto
w l ook of court l eontioned i n,ntll,pata , rday, : i:and a
largtHunount of buiin esti traS doriValthe4gli. no
very important oases were tried. , :Ilisllotior,
Judge Williams, presided. Judgei:Wiltfat*
ifentloy, Associates, wer,opresettt.throttilt4trie
'Commonwealth vs. ,Charles Loarvall. Mali
.loas Imischief; hooting a (113 g. 'lgnored, and
ho c:o'uniy to pay costs.,
Commonwealth vs. -Frank Ilall. Malicious
mischief, .for killing. chickens, (to. p , continued
from last' sAldons.* Convicted, and fined $lO and
Sumo vs. Samuel Cleaver.' Aesault. and laba.
rY. , Defendant's attorney plead
the jury acquitted on that ground.
• •Defendant committed to State Tio4iital far the
• Hiime va. Bonn. Larceny;' continned since'
-May sessions. 'Nolte prosequi. 0. S. Porry,.thot
prosecutor, failed to (tome to Dine: "
!Sipa va. Prederielc . ll. Moore.' :13reahirig
Plead guilty. This is the "Colonel" whose at
to escape was mentioned in a late Agitator.
Same Va. William _Phillips. Charge ,of rape.
'Same vs. dimes 'Mooney et. al. Rape. ..Con-'
Untied: 'O4 of the defendants procured
the other still remains with Sheriff Potter.
Same vs. Foster M. Spicer. Larceny, and
count for receiving stolen goods. Continued for
want of time to try.
Same vs. Frederick H. Moore. Forging an
endorsement upon a pension agent's check. De
fendant procured tho pension - Check, belonging
to his wife, (whom he had married but six slip&
days before,) from the poet ,office in this place,
and drew the money from the bank, on a false'
endorsement of his wife's name, 'He at once left:
the place, and was appreheridedot Harrisburg
and bionglit Lack here within a week.. It was
vary clearly shown that his wife was not where
she could have endorsed the check, an d;thal l jury
were satisfied by the similarity of handwriting
between defendant's own endorsement and I ' that
purporting to be his wife's, and. from the cireuni
stalies given in evidence, that the " Colonel"
forged the endorsement. They hesitated but 'a
The indictment laid the offense with tho word
" feloniously," as required by one section 'of the
statute under which the offense was prosecuted.'
It is doubtful whether the case comes within the
act of 1867; and to sustain the indictment, under,
the other section of the code, the word " feloni
ously" must be considered surplusage, and 'mere
matter of form, which must have been taken ad
vantage of before the jury was 'sworn. Another'
. indictment was premehted, and the motion in an,
rig, of judgment was not made ; so the question
remains undecided. At common law, a convic
tion for a ruldemetinor could not be- had on an
indictment f 7 a felony. Sentenced to two years
and four months' imprisonment
r ia Jhb, Reiterk
Same vs. Michael Ryon. Larceny. This was
a charge for stealing sheep. The. testimony of
two witnesses on the part of the Commonwealth'
was so " inundated" with the had opinions - of
their neighbors as to their " truth and voracity,"
and the good character of the defendant 'was-so
well sustained, that the jury brought in a verdict
Sarno vs: Olive Bailey:. Perjury.' Ignoreid: r L
Prosecutor', Wm. Benson, to pay costs.
Same vs. Harvey Benson. 'Adultery. Igtfok•q.
Prosecutor, Tohn Ba:tleY, to pay cost's..
Same vs. John Cox. Burglary Plead gilitty.
Same vs. William Benson. Perjury. Acquit—
ted. Costs divided between him auld the prose
cutor, John Bailey. • •
Same vs. Jay C. Johnson. Rapti; from last
sessions. Nobo prosequi; no prosecutor having
tiara vs. same. Adultery. Costs put on the
Same vs-, John Pang. Perjury. True bill.
Con tin nod.
The prosecutors failed to appear in several
other eases, and they 'e;h - re no/. prwmrd.
MA I NSlllTl2o.—Thanksgivi tlg was ob
served at. the M. E. church, by a sermon from
Elder Rhinevatat. After the strmon, many of
the frierillF, with roast turkey and other gond'
things, repaired to the parsonage and en j o y e d a
thanksgiving I'p:4k al„not only in a feast upon
those things hefitting.e,
.Ihenltsgiring dinner, hut
also in calling up and reviewing the blessings of
Pievidepee during the past year and the past
}ears of Our country. It was a very pleasant
and profitable occasion pleasant in the satkfau
lion of meotino -- and visiting with ,ietids . ,iaint
profitable in the advantage of dxchauging - tho'te
and opinionF , upon theon things wit 111 ,, :it pro
mote the individual and national good,
The Good Tempters are flourishing, and we
think no one can tail to see that the temperance
and moral habits in this piano Imvo tinpro'red
greatly sinee the organization of this ledge. No
ono can help seeing it, miles:Oie has fed eyes.
Mr. Jesse Austin is building anew house on
the street toward Troy. Lfeel it a duty -to say
that the School Directors - of Sullivan have re.
paired the school houses and made most of them
comfortable for the winter Prlml3.-
RoBBINS—DOWNINO— At tl,e riinrcli it
Dolidaytown, Nov. nth by Rev. C A. Stone
Mr. David T. Robbins, of Th._a, and Mrs
LuCy A Downing of Middlebury.
WET111:11BEE--DARLINtl--on tho 26th of
Sup . tenibcr, 1870,1 n Shippen, by Rut'. J. F. Cal
kins, Mr. LafayetfeWetticrben awl Aliss Anna
0.-11aving sold our boot and shoo es
lciisittnent to Messrs. Push do Randolph, from
ilos Valley, we ebeeffully recotatadad thew to
our old patrons and the public generally, as fair
dealers and reliable men, and ark fy i them a
l'ersons indebted to us, either by book oivouut
or hates, aro requested to call at the old, stao
and square up im med)ately. gnu. astray,
bee. 7, 1870 3w. C. W. SEARS.
Notioe to Taxpayers. .
.11E Commissioners of tho county of Tioga
will hold meetings for thou purpose - Of ad.
jusling the assessment for the year • 1811, nt the
following place, in the said county :
For Lawrenceville and Lawrence township, at
the house of Lewis Daggett, Dec. 12.
For Tioga borough and Tioga, township, at
the bouso of lleoige Hazlett, Loc. 12.
For Mansfield and Richmond, at the /louse of
R. K. Brundage, Dec. 14.
For Covington borough and Covington town
ship, at the Gravos hotel, Dee. 15.
For Blosa i at the bootie of C. 11. Gold,stnith,
For Jackson,-at tho' house of = Voyebtor
n SllCertuwn. Dec. 19.
o,or Rutland, et the house of E. L. IlibbarJ,
goy Mainsburg and Sullivan, at the hints() of
P. Doud, Dec. 2t. ts •
Por Allard, at tho house of W. S. Thomns, Do
Por Union, at tho house of W. Conklin, Do
For Nelson, nt the house ur C. B. Goodrich,
For Elkland and Osceola, at the house of Jack
Martin, Doc. 27.
For Knoxville and Deerfield, at the house of
Chatlos Phillips, DM 28.
For Brookfield, at the pla'eo of holding the
election, Dec. 29. •
For ‘Vestfield borough and Westfield town
ship:at the house of Geo. Close, Dec. 30.
All pit-tone aggrieved by the assessment, zsviir
he heard nt the above times anal places,
desit , e, as abatements will not be made after the
day of appeal.
'I lie Assessor of' each township or borough, is
rewiesteci to meet the Commissioners nt the time,
and tpbt t , o appointed for his township or biro% •
' W.' WETHERBEE,
P. V. VANNESS, • , ,
Wo itsboro, Doc 7, '7O 3t Oonimirs.."
b r r-,..„. • e
AJARGE number •of splendid CUTTERS
and knoe sleighs for sale at very low pri•
Col. . C. J. WHEELER.
Wellsboro, Doc 7, 1870 tf
• To Road Illakerso f
TIIE subscribers , Commissioners under nn
set of Assembly to build a State road from
%Veil:flair° to the lidoreketeek rontl,i - giVer nptlep
that they pow have theroate lerveyed and loctf
and that they will receive bids for eonstrao
ting the same down to Saturday - the' 17th inst.,
when' the ;job Will be let to the • lowest responsi
ble bidder. The whole road will be let togeth,-
er, or in, sections or one mile or half a
Apply to either of the oubscrib'ers for - !pdotficn•
Vona, -1 • I. M. BODINg •
Deo 711570 211 0
4, D. LBIB. '
elt• • 1 0
t ipyted ort • •.• i t emir • '
tholes m usd. Call at 01. co,-Sept 8,1870,
firm of A. Humphrey k, Co., Tioia, are requested
to; oloso their accounts before the 'First day of De
cember next. A. Hunruncr & Co.
October 12, 1870 2m
IDENTISTRY. —C. N. Dartt, dentist
°trio° in Wright Lt. Bailey's Stook; wliere ho non
tulips to,mako tegtil Mitli.A l lo Iriv.l.llTranenienl
whictilives better satisfaction butt any .tbing
else in use. To bo had at Dartt.' only.—Aug. 42
9 1 .4C 04 t14 '/Xliß/S t :;'; (I , •t.
426 4 1 9rtIvEkghth Pt•i •
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VEGETABLE , R 5;
A: *color and: diessing 'that -will'
not burn the 'hair de njiire 'the . '
head. • - ,••- ' ' , ' ' -
' It does not produ 0a - Color
' mechanically, as the . Ipoisonous
preparations , do.. 1 ~
It gradually i xest4
tO its original `
ley supplyirig new la£e
It causes 'lllXurial
df soft, fine hair.
The hest ,apd, i2 saf.
giber offered. , ,
Clean and Pure. No, sediment.
Ploy. 26, 1870.-6 m.
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111. A irt;t, Xomnm. ; -,:yhei,h4kr ly the, crow.
trig 'glory !Chore are few moderate
defects which cannot lie remedied" by the proper
ilii=pin•iiion of the treoes. lint when the , ,hair
begins to fall out, or turn gray in young - trieople,
nr with these in thc'priniti'of life, there is nine
for (tes) regret. "When this tit OM ease, non's
je Wife Siliciqn:tfairlCenOver vandal loin& to
be a firet•class remedy, far superior, as 4i sound
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igipal and in the groat sjoritY„of 'cases,
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thin It is not like man-
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CALI PION TO PORCIIASERS
1,11/P protecto4 solution of tin
Beware 01 beitig deceived by any (4
of Pciucinu Bark tlf Barlt and 1.
offered to 3431 i. blie - ry bottieW
Byrup(uot Perin - lan Bark) b
Ex.4,MINR THE BOTTLR BEFORE PURC
What Did It.'
illy hair soft, Luxuriant thick, ajt I Alagati:s Magnolia
thiltn elltug/itintt. sallow comple4on into qroorp&bllf
beauty on no Wee. ' Thil4 l -ii . erilfauttichlry tteeltin;
gu 4 go of all who use theso articles. A fine head of
Lair and a refined compteNiymare he. greateq nitrite
(lona a woman call possess,' The inthniron and Nag.
twilit Balm arejust what will givt‘ them to yon—and
Heating else will. The Bairn Is lio - IdOom of.youth.
It tilaltes a lady of thirty appeal hut twenty; Both
articles aro entirely .harmless, and very-plentinn
They should ho iii every lady's p
Proiivsors ItucuA.N.tx it. flown 1,9 f the 44 , 9ri s ca.,
; . Univorinty, , are iniiliiiig, 'NiViiilurful nutter
' ,to of Quidopi,..ltpn
tourii, put 11.14 , ers tiy,ibtlr..
new tliiicovory.' A painieiiii! treatment, no
knifo, no plasters , no caistic burning.
, Vie most,.
._ &II a
, nblo effect
ill try' tnocrit
ra es tho choraleal olemen s df ennebrous
growths, so that they shriv 1, die and dls
nppear and .1 111
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11i.ted can call 'on,4llo4ofetsioml-Btlehnnkngt thtvn,
U ivcrsity; or iidareirs" No)sl4.4.lifel3fit6t,'PlilTada.
lIEREAS my wife AinT has left my hod
•arnl buard,,llitliput,just, cause fpr'pOio ,
cation, this is;ttitnitify:tilfpeilions not - to harbor
or , Orin her on my account, Ins I will not pay
nny'debis of her centrnet' - after this date.
Covington, Dec. 7, 1870
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For Sale or Rent.
A GOOD dairy township,
oga county, Pa., about 24,14i1es west of the
Borotlgh of Tioga. about 100 acres improved,
and 46 unimproved, flag on, it, 4.4rCO.i.barns,
throe dwelling houses; nti apple and: Peltki orch
erd, andother fruit tree..s. Terms easy:, Alsettd. %
jc t i9irig - ,an the w6st, , a farm
from 40 - to 200' acres or,ith flck,ae'res
Improved, with a good Cirri, a goad, liolteo and
apple • rohard.- Good fotja . dalryini - fttim.-
' - Nov , ISr, 1870-tf. C. H. SEYMOUR,
I . : the_ hair
s +f. Pt?
of every Club of
'hone renzittaner ;
!1:1!/,•• • lioaar, and
le year, $lO 00 ;
to nue address
it is "lugootiling
t eo,yery, indorsed,
z, F.O. 1, 1368
protopciilo of Irou,)
f Ulu preparario 119
`Oll which my; be
gentiliio' hal; PEnb•
own In tho F
i'sY: ifhnirnn mudu
has so long gladdened tho hearty of the
"1 kilo folks," proppea to oarry the neva at
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. , _ti
through the country, notifying the. inhabitants
of IVelishoro and vicinity on his mission that he
has deposited with
The largest stook of
111iTAch41JS has a nicer and i jarger, assort
ttnent, this year titan - ever:befOre,, and air the 011
.s aying ' 4 llo'Al:int bitiNreth'na' his own , liorn,
for him• his horn shall,net,-he hlown r ,".bas Con
*hided to let the loud mouthed
~'? • • 1,.; •
‘•,, • • 't • t
ale, good news into:ey ‘ ery,,houiThiild,in 4he iandi
;Ast thd, chililred'intiy , , prepare tlieinselves' With
long Stock Ins tot a large /apply 0' prosentalroin
- • .6.-ThWilliarab''.o
Bazar Of Toys,
which contains cverothing to plcvo for tho hol
idays. The following are a few of the arti3les
on hand :,
ALBUMS, IVOR*. BOXES,'
-,CARD CAKES, WKITING . DESKS,
STORING'; S.ETS,: TOILET SETS,,
CHINA MUGS .'AND' VASES;" CUPS
AND SiiIIIDERS, DOLLS, AND
DOLL ,lI.EATA 's • •
• , 1 - 7
and a i thousattd other thingli,:that, eanno,
mention.tbtim 30 per cent cheaper
than any" Other ekabliabment in"tititplCorintx.'.
- We riled have the' l'e'rgeit arid best- Beleeted
• steak df „1.
brugs, Patent Medicines,
ALVOHOL, TURPENTINE, PAINTS ,
lOILS, VARNISHES, PERFUM
ERY, YANKEE NOTIONS,
lIAIR, TOOTH, NAIL.
AND PAINT ' .
'BRUSHES, , k
1: ...'. x
all cif.wl;iCh ,equaly ea ~61:kap. ,
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W „,pR. 1
and a general stook of Goods o
all kinds usually kept in a
• DRUG„. ASTORE
svjAioh will'be‘said at itstonitliittg lo* irrices for'
,;\ C.: - , • , PASII• - , .-, 'O',,,V .'i: 0 -
":', *.y\ ‘-•.'
We; adopt the CASH or HEADY,PAY. system
a.ter this date, and we will posiffiely sell all of
biictg*ods at from 20 t 0 .40 per contless than any
otheriestablishmcnt in this county. All we ask
is to give us a trial and wo will convince you
that we moan what we say,
OomE i 'COME !
No: 3, Union Block
, Deo. 5, 1870,—are
IriESSOLUTIOIV—The copartnership hereto
.ll for existing under the firm name of Bears
i - iixfiveryj was degetred 'of rhp'24thleitt.t-by' Intl
to consent. All persons indebted to the late
firm; are, requestedAck call, and ionic'
• . , .1.5 A SE&US. ),
P. L. BEATS."
D. W. AVERY . • '
. Nov. so 1010.-ari
in 'the State
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P. R. WILLIAMS,
44 : ' '?" ,, V" '''''''-A" . 4, ''''?'V4,l: 4- iv - .' , - 4 --,'_ , , , iii)es—.`.3. - '' 7 .r 'i :TY,11:..1,7.. - . - rei1,..:u ,, , - ; ~ ..1 .,, , ,,j4,
'. 1 4 . -- T .. -- 4 1 ,.. ,ON IN TIOGA ' COUNTY --
, , s
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LA)IgS DRESS GOODS,
We ha.re in the line of Print's from the cheapest to, the best.
FL ANN'ET,S, • - •
lev & Union Cloths Si Cassinieres.
A large stop
We have a fqll A
•De 0 , 15, 1870
sae theim, E
• • : • 1
Coney, French Sable,
Alaska Fur 3eal, (I
We have all ccuay.ies 'an.
We hare also just teeeived l
1 --` A '',; - -
and ono examination - 9'ras ,
, : t' - 11 . . 7;i • -,, ,
We have it,,qqatpl
Voolon Cloths, Fllitnnols,
Boots, l Sh
'To r Lich wo invito eepea
other firm within 61
Corning, W. X. Deo
Are now prepared
Of almost every grade, quality and price. We only ask the people to call an(
• - look throitg/tour stock and save us the time of enumerating the articles in Store,
• 0 aDdlhou,i ,theY,don't buytit won't bo our fault, as our goods aro
T We take pleasure i
i ~' '
•We have a, fiery
eons wishi g anyt
lire are still? Age,
and are eelling
• I I
Corning; "'DO; t,
This is the
great bargains:in Seainles's KID GLOVES, and every other kind of Gloves
MPHYR, AVOISiEI*, " '
SILK, it ,
HAM Ct(Jl5OO, - r'eatanci
symoffyis, t BROIDERIES,
pIITTON'S, 811 TONS.
61214 , 5E1Tmofte:Very-tind;nnd iu fact'Eve`ry thing kept usually found in a
Ladies you vl,lll-save'mtniey in buyiug goods (you cannot "get in your vicin
lip) by going to. the BAN,01( 'ST9RE or
Corning, N. Z., Oot, 5, 1870.
WILL BEAR tki
-3%/Lia6 I 3IMILETILES4
b#s Just nti immouscistock 4tept atiyielp(
of substantial Cloods. suitable for Farmers and Mechanics' wear at low
r.k • • -
rates, even less than last Fall.
lne of Tea" ) SUgar, CoWee, Syrups , Saleratus,phewing Tobac o,i
&c., and all of the best brands.
t IF YOU WANT A` NICE
of _Furs Cheap,
~.:` i ,
Regulatoio, CoriOng, N. V.,
and look at'the new stook just received
noveltiesit;t,chtldron's, Misses and Ladies' Furs, and invite all to come and
'yrs of,gll kinds aro much cheaper• than last year, and we are prepared to
• give splendid bargains iii
Jersey end Alaska Mink - , Tin. White Fox and E'rrnine, -
,ne'w,thing , and very pretty) Genuine Mink Sets, dse." •
styles, and do not expect to be undersold by any one in this vicinity.
anothar large stock of Dry Goode. In : T i nt FISS GOODS '4ve have all
the new styles, such as
rENGLISH AND FRENCH SATINETS POPLINETTS,
' [ OPLINS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, MERINOS, BLACK
JAPANESE AND IRISH POPLINS;"
Otii!indiPriaes will show conclusively that they are decidedly cheap.
single and double
IASLEY SUMS .
:).4idoilm'ont; and Apices lower than over. Our stock of
istie- Colton Goods,
4 lankois, dco., is vory largo, and w 11 bo sold at prices that cannot bo
boat. We have also a full stock .f
Crockery and Groceies
1 attention, as we believe 3ve are selling these'goods lower than any
miles. Como Qnoaand all from far and near, and we will be
' pleaied to show our goods.
5 1870. •
NEWELL & OWEN.
to offer great 'inducements to their patrons, as they have
jiist'filed their store with an endless variety of
Down to the Lowest Notch.
saying to the Ladies- of Tioga county, that we have an
endless Variety of very ilo.OraLle palterns of
From a Calico wrapper, tot ho costly
N AND WHITE .GOOII4S
very large assortment, und,tit very low pi ices
rge stock of Car ets, varying in quality and price
lug in this line woul do well to call and look trouhgh our stock
its_ for the. ripA z United States Tea Company
:pod grades -1.• .M.k."• much cheaper then at retail.
CLOTHS AND CASSJMEItES VERY LOW
itht VIE PEOPt.
4 • '
12' lot • 7 . • -
'OP SKIRT MANUFACTORY,
I I F;tl4 ObiK Erie : Depot,) C RNING, N. Y.
Fa i n m ez en lto e
o r t e oc i u n o ltr e b ia e t n eso u v n e g :s a r t or d is now filled with an
'1 a 5.E7C
ES' STORE; CORNING, N. Y
SASHES AND BOWS,
:LACES & TRIMMINGS,
Charms & Chains
A; D.' HETNE,
[near the. Depot] CORNING, N. Y
BOOTS & SHOES.
CHAS. C. MATHERS.
ST B1 1 .
g•'l - )g-oEcg
Lots of New Goods:
T. L. BALDWIN & CO'S
and cio alnico Mock of Goode for th e
FALL (Cc WINTER ,
ILLIDINAZ 3114Ifigit DOOMS
—all styles, colors and pnttorns—
ALPACAS, POPLINS,. BLACK AND
COLORED SILKS, &p., &o.
BEAUTIFUL Win* SHAWLS
and a largo assortment to select from.
CLOAKS READY—MADE, AND CLOTH
TO MAKE MORE, ALL KINDS OF
LININGS, FRINGES, TASSELS
&e., TO TRIM DRESSES
eau% be beef. It hoe aup with everything the
Yeilkoos hay thought of so far.
11001) SKIRTS, ALMORAL SKIRTS,
COR ETS, &C. °
too numerous to mention; but will say that you
will seldom nod so largo an assortment to select
from in a country store, and clear down to the
Wo also koop 'n largo assortment of
in snits, and parts of suits. Should we fail to
suit yon with roady•mado, we have Cassimere
A TAILOR TO CUT AisTl) FIT.
Boots and Shoes,
all styles and sizes.
lIATS AND CAPS, STRAW GOODS,
AND GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, A COMPLETE LINE OF
CROCKERY, WOODEN WARE,
• II ARD WARE, SHELF HARD
• WARE, NAILS, IRON,
Looks, Latches, Carpenters' Tools.
A G F.NEItA L STOCK OF
E; HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
Farmers, it' you wanttoola to work with drop In
SALT, LIME, PLASTER, PORK, FLOUR
Lime; Cayuga Plaster, d7c.
Butter tubs, Pails. Firkins, and Ashton Salt to
flavor with. All hinds of " Farm Prodaco want
ed. Priios can't bo boat.
T. L. lIALE4I . & CO.
Tioga, Pa., Oct. 12,1870.
Ilbogstats.=).2 3 l. - zax El.
rill( LI GREAT AMERICAN /IRALTII, RESTOR;
L purities tho blood 'and cures Scrofula.
Syphilis, Skin lliseitsea,dthetimittism, Diseased o
Women, and all Chronic affections of the blood,
Liver and Kidneys. Recommended by tho Medi
cal Vacuity and many thousands of our beat cit.:-
• Bead the testi niony of Phy Ni6llllEl and patients
who have used Itosadalis; seed for our Rosttdalitte
Quid° to Iltstith Book, or Alma n ltc for this year,
'which wo publish for iratultous tllkributlon; it
will give you much valdble information.
Dr. It. W. Carr , f Baltimore, say 9:
I take pleasure in recominvnding 3 our Itotkinsi;
IS as a Tory powerful alterative. I bare MID it
nand in tWO cases with happy resu)tn—ono in a
case of vi contrary n 3 philis, ut whkh the patient
prawn seed nian,ett cat ed rote, taken five
bottles of your tasdie ' i no. The other he it case Of
vet'olula of Long Standing, which is rapidly im-
proving under its use r and the indications are
that OW patient will SUOL recover• I have care,
fully examined the f)rmula by t6hi,.lt your
,mar Itosadnlis is made, and find it an er.collent
Compound of allot at i vo ingredients.
Or. Sparks of N ',aye be hae
tieed Rosedftlis of ;-terofula and Seconda
ry Syphilis Mal satisfactory rosulte. As a clean•
er of oho blood 1 know no better remedy.
Samuel O. McFadden, Mu rftersboro. Tenn—Nays
,I have toted seven bottles of Rosadalis, and um:
entirely enrol of Rheumatism ; send me four bot
[lei, as f w lsh it for toy brother, Who has Heroin.
- thus loro oyes.
Re famin Het:ldol, of Lima,Obio, n rites, I have
enffered for twenty years with an inveterate
eruption over my whole body; a abort time alum
I purchased a bottle of Rosadalis and it effected
a perfect cure.
Rosodalis is sold by P. It. Williams & Co., and
W. C. lire.s,Wellsboro; Philo Toiler, Tioga;
M. L. Batumi. illosehurg.and Druggietsgoneraliy.
Sold by all Druggisti and Dealers in *divine.
- Price ono Dollar Per Hottle t .
R. ,P. HA L & CO., Proprietors.
ti LAW NATORY, NASHUA, N. IL --
A , g. 3, 1870 . Is'.
= 140,000 I
F OR SALE, of the best tit
Wellaboro, Sept.-28, 1870-3 me.
—Our stock of—
Is the only perfected and
preparation of its kind
over offered to the public,
and has no C:omputitor
in vicril. IV its use
IG I GRAY HAIR is soon
to its original .
youthfid color and bril
' liancy, which• is so much ,
admired by all. Pers ns
whose hair is thin or fal ng
()tit will, by thy. use of ur
Renewer,soon see its g or
effects, as, by its lonic t.l
stimulating properties the
:hair glands will be incited
and the hair grow thick
'and strong ngain. In cases
of Bald,ness it will create
a new', growth unless the
follicleS are destroyed. It,
is cooling, and allays all
itching and irritation of
the scalp. Itdoes not stain
the skin as do dyes, but
. makes the scalp white :Ind
lean.; As a DRESSING
it is the best and most
economical preparation iu
theOrorld, as its effects
last so'nntch longer. Send
for our Treatise on - the
hair, free to all, by mail.
I torib.), by
'Mtn opposito tho now Comotory
Fall & Winter Millinery
AND FANCY GOODS.
%if SOPIIILD rospootfully announces to
In the public that alto , is now reasiving a
complete stook of
Fall and Winter Goods.
Espeoial attention h invited to her assortment
Corsets, and Ready Made White Goods,
Also, Zephyrs and Germantown
cols in Fancy shade.
• bast brand; ....
'Patterns in Zephyr a • e.
to tho U 0
Undo. KID GLOVES Fear,
Huts, Caps, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
The Wilcox Gibbs Sowing Machine foraale,
or rent by the wink.
• Mrs. A. 3. SOFIBI.D.
r Millsboro 001..5, 1870. tf
MRS. SMITH, on Main Street, .lase just
opened a very large assortment of
INIVICYZ 11.00)1Cap. .
I Which she is Selling at COST,
HATS, BONNETS, STRAW GOODS,
LACES, FLOWERS, RIBBONS,
I am the only agent hi this Omni for
GAPS PATENT MUFF.
Ladies that have . not noticed those Muffs will be
astonished at their obeapness, beauty and com
all of which will he sold much bolo* former pri
ces. An work done promptly, and to please.
MRS. CAROLINE EMITH. I
Wellabor°, Nov. 7, 1870—tr. '
Musical Instruments I
subscriber informs the pubilo that he
has.aonstantly on hand a large assortment
instructioa l t Books,
for solo or rent.
1 3, 11303.c0 is
Alr. OLD INSTRUMENTS TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE, and Borne of Hui Ramo on hand to
bo Bold chimp. .
110 will bo found .at his rosidenee near Potters'
Hotel in Middlebury, Tioga county, Pa. Ad
dress, • A. B. A. BRIGGS,
July & 1 ;1870 , .--tf. Croolced Creek, Pa.
Bushels of LIME
for solo by
Aug. 24, 1870.-4 t
The Cheap Cali Store.
, William Wilson
HAS JUST RECEIVED LOTS OF •
GO 0 DS!
Marked them Down
TO VERY LOW
To en amoral° tho articles and give a di • °rip
tion of the variety andr.quality of goods, • ould
be labor thrown away, I thorefore invtte 11 to
DR OP IN
;and eve for themselves and take a
the mammoth stock' and convince themrelves
Apo the two great indueements for people to buy
Remember the place, Wilson .4 Van Valken
burgh's old stand.
Sept. 28,1870-1 y
W. C. KRESS