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If we knew the-cuts and crosses,
Crowding rOund our neighbor's way
If we knew the - little Inesee,
Sorely grkavona day by day,
Would we then - so often chide him
For kielsok of thrift and gain 7 ,
Leaving on hie heart a shadow—
Leaving on our lives a stain. '
If we knew tho clouds above us,
•Beld but gentle blessings there,
Wonldwe turn away all trembling.
In, our blind and weak despair.?
Would we shrink from little shadows
Flitting o'er. AIM dewy grass;
If we knew that birds of Eden
'Were in witty flying past?
If we keep the silent story,
Quivering Oro' the heart of pain,
Would we drive it with our coldness,
Back to haunts of guilt again
Life bath many a tangled crossing,
Joy - hath many a b - roak of woo;
But the cheeks 'tear washed, aro whitest
And kept in life are flowers by snow,
Let us roach, into our bosoms,..
For the key to other lives, .
And with loco toward erring nature,
Cherish good that still survives ;
So that when o9r disrobed spirits,
Soar to realrits of light above,
Wo may say, "Oear Father, love us,
E'en as We have shown our love."
[For tbo Agitator.]
October 20, 1870, was memorable in
the history of the Soldiers' National ,
Home, near Dayton', Ohio.' The occa
sion was the annual visit of the Board
of Managers of, the National Asyl u m of
Veterans, together with a part. of the
Military Committee of Congress. The
main incident of the day was the dedi
cation of the beautiful, chapel of the
Home, just finis‘ bed, and which is said
to be the first Church erected by the U.
States government to the peculiar ser
vice ,of Almifhty God. The church
occupies $ htlautiful situation. It. is
.built of blue and gray sandstone, quar
ried by the veterans on the grounds.—
The roof is of slate. It, has five win
dows ,on eadh, side, 41 by 17 feet, and
one in the east end, 14 by 27 feet. These
are most beautifully painted. The ex
terior of thii'building is 54 by 84 feet.—
The tewer is to be 147 feet high. - The
main room is 48 by 71 feet, and from the
floor to the arch rileasures 45 feet. The
pulpit and its furniture are in good
style, and the pews and upholstering
are plain and neat. The walls are most
beautifully sirescoed. The building is
heated by two furnaces, and lit up at
night with gas, patent reflectors being
loCated in the.arch of , the audience
room. The basement is used fora school
room for the veterans. - Had the church
been built by contract, it is Supposed
that the cost would have been not less
than eighty thousand dollars.
Eve'rything connected w ith the Home
has been fvnished without any tiof.—
Adams 4Chandier, of New York, hire
sented tlib beautifulsilver communion
service. 'John itonzer & .Brothers, of
Dayton, presented the pulpit; Chad
wick & Sweet, of Day ton„prosen ted the
furniture of, the church, with the up
holstery work; Jay Cook, of Philadel
phia, the carpet and matting; Mrs.
Putnam, of Lowell, Massachusetts, to
whom the veterans have already been
so much indebted,, on that day made
another present worth $6OO.
The dedication took place at 3 o'clock
P. AL After the'reception of the Board
of Managers and distinguished guests,
the exercises were opened by Chaplain
The following distinguished gentle
men were prs„sent : Gen. B. F. Butler
and wife, Gen. Martindale and wife,
Senator Ames and wife, of Mississippi,
Gen. Lavender, of St. Louis, General
Negley, of Pittsburg, Gen. Osborn, of
Chicago, Dr: Wolcutt, of Milwaukee,
Hon. Arnasa Cobb, of Wisconsin, Col.
Clancy, of 'Washington, Col. Maxwell,
'of Cincinnatti, Gen. M'Connell, of Cin
cinnatti, President Andrews, of Mari
etta College, and others.
The pulpit was occupied by Chaplain
Earnshaw, Rev. H. D. Moore, of Cin
cinnatti Rev. E. B. Snyder, of India
na, RevtH. F. Colby, of Dayton, Rev.
Irwin Magee, of Dayton, Rev. Doctor
Wright, of Urbana, and others. The
dedication sermon, of an hour and 20
minutes, by Rev. H. D. Moore, from
Haggai, 2d chapter,.7th verse, and Phil
lippians, 2, 9.\ The sermon was schol
arly anti eloquent.. The scope of the
address was the great character of the
man Christ Jesus. Altogether the ded
ication was full of inter,est.
Improvements continue to be made,
by the erection of additional buildings,
and by increasing the attractions and
beauty of all their surroundings, until
in a few years no one who visits the
West will feel that he has completed
his tour, till be has seen the National
Soldiers' Home, near Dayton, Ohio.—
The institution itself is one of which
the nation might well be proud. It is
the gift of the- country to her defend
Thus closed one of the best •and hap
piest days ever enjoyed at , the Soldier
Home. It is called the best finished
church in all the West. Reader, if you
should ever pass through Ohio, don't
fail to call and see the Home, and come
tp church, for we are not sectarian.—
The door is open for all Christians.
Thera seems to be a general disposi
tion to favor the movement for t h e
ametidmenbof our Slate Constitution,
Many leading Public Men, and a large
.number of our brethren of the pres,
ftivbr it, and in all probability the Le
gislature will act upon the subject at an
early day in the coming ses•don.
A private letter from ex-Uoveruor
Curtin, now Minister to Russia, after
stating that he has net participated in
political discussions since bis residence
at St. Petersburg, says :
" But I cannot refrain from encouraging you
in the important reform you treat so tally and
forcibly in your last letter. I am rejoi s id t o
learn that an earnest effort is about to he made
to secure a general revision of the Constitution
of Pennsylvania, by calling upon the people of
the State to exercise their sovereign power Ebro'
the channel of a reform convention. Surely,
such a movement must meet with the cordial ap
proval, and enlist the positivoTlforts of the best
men of both parties, for the-necessity of thuro'
reform is painfully apparent ,to all. It is not in
any sense a question of p4ty polities, and it
should be preserved from the dangers of mere
Partisan direction. The revision of the funda
mental law of a great Commonwealth like Penn
eylvania, after the lapse of a third of a century,
embracing a cloyed() of matchless progress, is a
work of no common magnitude.
" It is most 'vital to our vast and varied mate
4al interests, and equally so to our future honor
l end advancement, that the people shOuld heena
bled to perfect their sadly needed reforms iu the
most unbiased and dispassionate manner; and
thereforerspecial elections, as far removed as pos
sible from the annual political struggles, should
be held, not - only for the election of delegates
to the'eonvention, but also for the ratification or
rejection of,the amendments which may ho ma
tured and proposed.
"Such &convention at this time could not fail
to elevate the character of our legislation, and
to redeem our political system from many of the
debauching influences which Waco become - so
closely interwoven with it. It momid .enforce
just deference to the popular will in the enact
ment of laws and in the exercise of all delegated
powers; and when the will of the people is re
_ slocterl, the pod name and prosperity of the
VentntOttWealth are never imperiled.
FALL AND WINTER
C. B. KELLY
HAS JUST OPHNEH LOTS OF
NEW VRIBII tiff GOODS,
FOR TIIE MASSES.
Drop in and look
THROEGII THE STOOK,
and we will try and convince you, that we not
but that we are selling them clear down to the
bottopt of the markets We have a complete as
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
All styles sa d prices
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, , GLASS-WARE,
`TEA, COEE'E, SPICES,
We do not propose to mention all the -items in
store, as we much prefer showing goods
5a3" No charge for allowing 0 owls. Call and see
Sept. 7, 1870
FALL AND WINTER
RS. E. E. Kimball, over Young & Co.'s
bookstore, Jens just received lots of
Fall & Winter Millinery
to which she invites the attention of the ladies
of Wellsboro and vicinity. ~
MRS. E.,E. KIMBALL
April 13, 1870.1 y
- F ET it be distinctly understood to the inbela
itants and citizens of Wellsboro, that we
and any other article in the
cheaper than can be Bold b any other firm in
Tioga County; further wo do affirm that no man
can undersell us unless they receive goods by
Wo have just received from N. Y„ 1
35,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER
bought at the present Gold prices Isl,ll, which
wo will sell cheaper than any other firm west of
N. Y. 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. WU:LIAM Jr. CO
Wellsboro, April 6, 1870.
viLT ATKINS (4 ‘ LOUDEN re
itt::' l !" ). ' 2 !V speetfully tinter the pub
7 WAIIIIMIA9 lic that they have ea tabliehed a
Livery 'for Hire,
At their Stable on Pearl St., opposite 'Wheeler's
wagcl i n shop.
,Single or double rigs furnished to
ordor\. They aini to keep good horses and wa
gons, and intend to please. Prieesreasonable.
WANTED.4.-A good dairy farm, of two bun
dred acres, or more. Address, with de
soription,, SPEAR .EROTRERS,
Nov 9, 1870? , 4t iMansfield, Pa,
ir J. BURqIN would soy to the citizens o
• Wellsbore and vicinity that be is pre
pared to supply them with
BREAD, PIES 4ND CAKES,
of the best quality. We also servo moats and
and Fresh OYSTERS to those who wish. Call at
the old Stevens' stand. J. J. BERGIN.
Nov. 23, 1870-Iy.
New-Photograph Gallery—D. 11. Naramoro.
Auotion—C. E. Brewster.
TIIE El übsoriber would rosepootcully inform
the public, that ho is now receiving
to his stock of
bought since the great decline in prices, which
enables him to offer many
The ladies are invited to examine, hie stock o
which conl aln many now styles, and fabrics no
dined in this market.
would do well to examine his stock of
TABLE LIMNERS, CARPETS,
Oil Cloth, Mattiogs, &o.
We!labor°, Nov 3i4 1870.
bISSOLUTION—The copartnership Ihereto
, fore existing under the name of Henry
mesa and Brother in the farming business, was
ditufolred by mutual consent, on tho Ist - of Oct,
last, 1870. HENRY PAIBBET.
Nov. 23, 1870-Sw. PRIBOBL
C. E. KELLEY.
Stores : Stoves::
Having on hand a large stock of Tin, Stoves
and Hardware, the undersigned takes pleasure
10 announce that ho has - at a great outlay, ad
ded to the usual stook of the old stand, on ,
MAIN STREET, WELLSBORO,
a complete assortment of Shelf Hardware,
of which he enumerate the following articles:
NAILS, 'SPIKES, CROWBARS, X CUT,
MILL, HAND AND BUCK SAWS,
BUTTS, STRAP HINGES,
- CARPENTER'S TOOLS,
BITT-STOCKS, HATCHETS, CHISELS,
SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS,
BE NCH-SCREW S,
WOOD SCREWS, CARRIAGE BOLTS,
BURRS, SKEINS, WASHERS,
PIPE BOXES, AXLE
, TREES, ELLIP
SPRINGSIRSE SHOES, HOOP, BAR,
& BAN IRON, GRINDSTONE
ANGINGS, CORN '
SAUSAGE CUTTERS AND STUFFERS
COMBINED. Also, PISTOLS,
PATENT BARNDOOR HANGINGS
a new thing, and made for me. These are but a
few of the many articles composing the stock
I invite the public to call and examine for
thomselyea. I aim to keep the beet quality of
goods in my line; and all work to order done
promptly and well.
SASH, DOORS. BLINDS
AT FACTORY PRrCRS,
Alwaye on hand or furnishog to order, at q
ROBERTS & BAILEY'S' Hardware
r 01l sb or o , Oct. I,lB7o—tf.
The Atlantic Cable'
THOUGH transmitting its freight with very
great rapidity, bidding defiance to time, dis.
tance, Horse Power and Steam, is nevertheless
and in that Line moat GROCtRIES are to be
found, (sooner or later.) The
will therefore take notice that
L. A. GARDINER
coutinnes,to received and transmit to his cue
everhing under the heavens, in the line o
with the most incredible dispatch. What is the
need of mentioning articles when the public is
assured that EVERYTHING that ever ought to
be kept in a
GROCERY & PROVISION ST IRE
is kept here and for sale. The only thin : [ the
subscriber promises to ' do as an atolio : to
customers besides keeping the best s nort ant
of Goods in the town, is to try to ivo a • ery
man his money's worth.
Grocery and Provision Store,
CORNING, N. Y.
C. D. scizama,
WIr a tELLIC s
o erD RETAIL DEALER
liprines, Liquors and
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC, GREEN &
CANNED r FRUITS AND
WOOD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS &
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS &
PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &c., Lo.
A fall and complete assortment of the above
mentioned goods of the beat quality always on
Particular attention -paid to Pine Groceries
- Dealeis and Consumers will find it to their id
tomato examine his Stock before buyin.
4 Corning, N. Y.,Aug. 17, 1870.
New Stock! New Goods I
AR$ - 8c DERB,Nr
ILT AVE taken the now atom ono door above
JUL,Wrf ht & Bailey, when, they are on hand
with a nott stock of
I 1 •
warranted to fit any foot from 11 4 ,4. 0, to 13 in
clusive. The stock has been;
celeoted by one
who has the advantage of
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
in the business, and is the best and fullest in the
country, Our stock of
, CALF, FRENCH KIP, UP
PER, SOLE, COMMON CALF,
i' LININGS, BINDING, MO
ROCCO, &C., ,r
wart. an ,
INE • .
L. A. GAIL
iTEES, BROGANS AND
will be kept up as heretofore.
' ' I
dings we shall be found at home al
we shall endeavor to sell at prices
.ry to the trade. We won't bo under-
IDES, SKINS, FURS 86 PELTS.
Alao the top of the Market for
Bat our beet hold will bo on
There's comfort in a well made custom boot,
That fits the corns without too much oompreSsing
For everybody knows a shabby foot
Cannot be compromised by overdressing.
And onto may wear clean linen with a snit
Of finest cloth, but there is no finessing
Will mike a man with shabbily dressed feet,
Look like a gentleman n e on the street.
Monit. : Buy'your boo of
SEARS a DERBY,
Or any other man. [Printer's Davila
. WallSboNo, Jan. I, 11389—tf. '
I 1 '
TO THE FARMERS OF
riow building - at my wanufactory,ln Lawrence
I vilio l .4 Haperlot -
FANNING MILL , ,
whlchp . seessee the followlngadrantagesover al lother
.. „ .
I.lt separates rye, oats, las utter. anatonlesedsoina
chess ar(d cockle, from wheat. ,
2. it cleans fax eeed, takes out yellow seed, and all
other e4de, perfectly. .
Si It cleanstimothy seed. I
4. It does all other separatingrequired of a mil l.
This Mill is built ofthe best and moat durable Om
bar, in good style, and is eold cheap for cash, or pro
lit a patont sieve, for separating oatstrom
NDRY do ' MACHINE SHOP
RS & AVERY, ' 1 PROPRIETORe.
"S, HORSE HOSES, OULTIVA
RS, FIELD ROLLERS, KET T .
Lli ti ALL sines, SAP PANS,
FA ING UTENSILS, ALL
KINDS, WOOD 'MACHINES FOR
CHURN POWER ; THE 'TOMPKINS
CO3NTY, HORSE POWER-t , EIGHT
AND TEN HORSE, CONSTANTLY
And also, everything usually found in a firs
t , class Shop.
We call particular attention to our MA
CHINE SHOP, which has been re-built with
new, and first-clasa
m i 4effinnY,LlTllll
Iran. PLANER, DRILL, &o. We employ none
but first-ohm workmen, and are, therefore, pre-
Fired to do our work in the best style, and at
shOnotice. We have recently added new
MACgINERY, for Planing and Matching
boarklS. Call and see In.
TEM UNDERSIGN E D would say to the olti.
sena of Welleboro and vicinity that be has
recently mdved over Truman Brothers Grocery
Store with hie
In fall operation olOrafton Street, between Main
and Water eta., where be le prepared to manu
facture all kinds of
Double /c. Single Harnesses,
In. Wa r best style, and of the beat material.
On alma notice and good. I employ -the best
workmen, and use none but the best material,
and am therefore prepared to please all who
want anything in my line.
COL MAIN ST. & TEE AVENUE,
btf' WELLSBORO, PA.
SOL. BUNNEL, PROPPIi.
TM is a. popular Hotel lately kept by B. B.
Holiday. Tho 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. jLivery attached.
Oct. 12, 1870-Iy.
OIL CLOTHS AND MATTINOS,
jest received at
May 4, 1870. • THOS. HARDEN.
BACON & BAILEY,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
GLASS, UTTY, PAINTS, OILS,
Alcohol, Pure Wines and Liquors, for
Perfumery, Soaps, lintehee, Toilet Articles, ho.
ilka•Phyelcia n prescriptions compounded at all hours.
July, 80 ) 1870. y
Oiosma Crenata—Buchu Leaves,
PR OPER TlES.—Their odor i.
strong, djetisive, and somewhat aro=
matici g heir taste bitterish, and analo
AND USES.—Buchu Leaves are
gently stimulant, with a peculiar ten
dency to the Urinary Organs,
They are given-in complaints of the
Urinary Organs t such as Gravel,
Chronic Catarrh of the Bladder, Mor
bid Irritation of the Bladder and Ure
thra, Disease of the Prostate Gland,
and retention of Incontinence of Urine,
from a loss of tone in the parts eon.'
eerned in its evacuation. !The rentaj
has also been recommended in Dys-,
pepsia, Chronic Rheumatism, attan
eous A f fections, and Dropsy.
SEARS & AVERY.
W. A. NEWOOMB.
[From Dispeaeatory of the Vatted 13 latest
BUCHET is used by persons from
the ages of 18 to 26, and from 35 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 Bitchy, is unequaled by any
other remedy; as in Chbyrosis, or Re
tention, Irregularity, 'Painfulness
Suppression of Customary Evacua
tions, Ulcerated or Sehirrous State' of
the Uterus, Lsucorrheea, or Whiles.
DISEASES OF THE BLAD
DER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
AND -DROPSICAL, SWELL
INGS.:--This medicine increases`the
power of Digestion, and excites the Ab
sorbents into healthy action, by which
the Watery or calcareous depositions,
and all Unnatural enlargements are
reduced, as well as pain and Inflam
BUCHU has curd every case of Di
abetes in which it has been given.—
Irritation of the neck of the Bladder
and inflammation of the Kidneys, Ul
ceration of the Kidneys and Bladder,
.Retention, of Urine, Diseases of the
Prostate Gland, Stone in the Bladder,
Calculus, Gravel, Brick-Dust, De
posit, and Mucus, or Milky Discharg.
es, and for enfeebled andlelicate con
stitutions, of both sexes, attended with
the following symptoms: Indisposition
to exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of
Memory, Difficulty -of Breathing,
Weak Iferves ) Trembling, ilorror of
Disease, ,Wakefulness, Dimness of
Vision, Pain in the Back; Hot Hands,
Flushing of the Body), Dryness of the
Skin, Eruption on if the face; Pallid
Cowztenanee, Universal Lassitude 0/
the Muscular System l Ire
B UCH U is Diuretic and Blood-Pu
rifying, and cures all diseases arising
from habits el dissipation, excesses and
imprudences in life, impurities of the
Blood, sc.,' Superseding Copaiba in
actions for UMW& it is used, such as
Gnarihcea, Gieets of low standing,
and Syphilitic A f fections—in these du
easss,,used in connection with Helm
bold' s Rose Wash.
Sold by alliDruggists and dealers
everywhere. Beware of counterfeits.
Ask for Ifelmbold's. 7lfke no other.
Price—a.2s p'er bottle, or 6rbottles
for $6.50, Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all commtrni
Address H. T. JLI?J
494 Broadway, N. Y.
NONE ABE GENUINE UN
SS DONE UP IN. steel-en
graved wrapper, with fac-simile of my
Chemical , Warehomse. and signed
H. T. HELMBOLD.
LOW 11116 =SToIIB.
UOB AND MidDIOINES, PADITS
DDEUS AVIDS , INKS; -KEITH'S
=DELL'S FLUID, EX
NET'NS 0000AINE, FJAVORINO
2r..TRAOTS, KEROSENE 'LAMPS,
,PATENT MEDIC I NES, ROOli- -
FLAVORING EXTRACTS, WALL
PAPER, WINDOW GLASS,
WHITEWASH LIME &
AND DYE COLORS,
AGENTS FOR - MARVIN & CO'S RE
6oldat Wholesale Moe& Buyers are requested
to call and get quotations before going further
Corning, N. F., Jan. 1,111741-1,
HAVE bought the right to use' the Paten
Elastic Rooting. in %logs County, and am
no prepared to put on roofs cheap and in good
W &manlike manner. This roofing is fire and
w ter proof, • I refer to .Messrs. Wright & Bal
le a Toles'&' Barker', and . ri.! Willcox, where
ea pies can be seen and ofs in use. • -
ellsboro; Jan .1, 1870-tf..
Furniture I Furniture!
VAVING oompleted hie new Cabinet. Ware
house on Main street, Wencher°, has stook
ft with . a large and superior assorted stook of
arlor Suite, Walnut, Cherry, and
Mahogt4iy, Reps or Hair Cloth,
from $125 down. Also,
OFAS, LOUNGES, COUCHES, TETE
' A-TETES, •
enter Tables, Walnut or Marble Tops,
Looking Glasses, Brackets, Pa
per Racks, Roc
nd king Chairs,
Wholesale and Retail.
I am manufaeturing as usual, and Intend to
sap a full stook of ware, home and city made
t all times. litty Ware Rooms are spaeimks and
oat, and now contain the largest, costliest and
est stook of Furniture ever brought into the
Planing and Matching,
SCROLL SAWING A:MOM:DING,
done to order at the Faotory..r
Jan. 1, 1889-tf. B. T.YAN HORN.'
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
STOVES, TIN- WARE,
AGRIOULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, ,
Carriage and Hamm Trimmings,
lIIARNESSES, SADDLES, Ag a .
Corning, N. T., Jan. 2,1870-Iy.
Ingham's Woolen . Mills!
?FHB subscribers will pay Cash, Full-Oloth,
Oasslmores, Flannels, &0., for Wool.—
They also manufacture as usual—
TO ORDER, OR ON SURES
to snit ouotomors. All work warranted as rep
resented. They 'mate particular attention to
their Water Proof
wMob are warranted In every reaped. Partin
I ar attention givenito
ROLL al CARDING
IIoiGHAM'S large stook of Oassimeres, &o
per oent less than any competitors, and warrant,
od as re_p resented.
11021HAMEI manufacture to order, and do all
kinds of Roll-Carding and Cloth Dressing, and
INGHAM have as good an assortment of
Full Cloths, Oittaimeres, &0,,
and give more for Wool in exchange than any
other establishment. Try them and satisfy your
INGIMI.IIIB wholesale and retail' at the Cots : -
antique !dills, 2 miles below Rnoxville.
Our Cloths are warranted, and sold by the
following persona :
0. B. KRUM Wellsboro, Pa.
T: L. BALDWIN A. 00., Tioga, Pa.
J. 0. BENNETT, Covington, Pa.
100,000 Pounds of Woo
jeot to the. de,olaiou of the Republican County
INOH Ahi BROTHERS.
Dear#eid, June 1, 1810-11. ' •
Tlll3 t Subscriber will open s' School • tba
'village of Osceola, on Monday, March 70,
1870, and continue twelve weeks. -
DATES OF TUITION
Como English, 66,0 0.
Dieter, $6,00, .
Neb. 9rtt. C.C. WARD, PrlrielpaN
W. D. TERBELL & 00.
B. T. VAN HORN,
r Sulfa, Walnut, Ash, Maple,
am, am., am*
from $l5O down, and as cheap
•s the same goods can be bo't
in the cities, freight added.
with Upholstery to suit.
RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
ON and after MONDAY, May 2d, 1870, Traina
will loav °Corning, at tbo following houra,v la
5,45 and 6,06 a. tn., NIGHT EXP., daily for Rock •
eater Buffalo, Dunkirk, Cleveland and Cinclu
' Patti, making direct commection with trains of the
Grand Trunk and Lake Bilotti Railways at Buffalo,
Dunkirk and Cleveland for all points West, and at
. Oinclumati with the Ohio awl Mississippi and Louis.
,ville Short Line Railways for the Southend Recall
6,18 a m, EXPRESS MAIL, Stindasa excepted, to
buffalo; Etiokirk and Cleveland", connecting wit
trains for thu West. A sleeping Coach is attached t
this train running through to Buffalo.
1022 a. tu.,,MAIL TRAIN, Sundays exeepted,for
Buffalo and Dunkirk,
1,45 p. m., BALTIMORE IttPßESS,Sunday =opt
ed, fur itooheeter and Buffalo,viu Avon.
7,25 p. in., DAY BXPRUSS, Sundays excep ed, for
Rochester, Buffalo,. Dunkirk, Cleveland, Cin
and the South Stops at drincipal stations Tud con
tenets points on main line,
New uud Improved Drawinit Room Ceaclies accompany
this train from Now York to Buiralo t and Sleeping
Coacpos attached ut Ilornellsville, running ihroilgh
to Cleveland and Callon without change.
11,25 up m., EXPRESS MAIL, Sundays excepted,
for outwit', Cleveland, connecting wily truing fur
3.2,06 P. in.,W PlUtlOUT,Suudaysexeepted.
645 p. m., EbIIORANTTRAIN,daiIy; for the West.
11,48 p. m., MOUT EXPRESS,. Sundays excepted"
connecting at New Yolk with afternoon trains and
Steamers for Boston and New England &Ries.
Bleeping Coaches accompany this train to,New York
435 a. ut.,CINC/NNATI EXPRESS, Mondays ex
cepted, connecting at Elmira for Will'amsport,
Harrisburg and the South; also at Elmira for Canan
daigua; at Waverly with train of Lehigh valley Rail
way; at Owego for Ithaca; at Binghamton for Coo
poretown and Albany; and at New York with steam
ers and afternoon Express trains for New England
cities. rEir Sleeping coaches accompany this train
to New York. .
21,28 a. tw., DAY EXPRESS, Sundays excepted,
connecting at Jersey ,City with midnight express
train of Now Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Also
stops at principal state° u a and connecting points on
Now and improved Drawing ROOM COACIAB accompany
this train to Now York.
12.15 p. m., ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, daily fur
m., ELMIRA MAlL,tlundayeexcepted.
4,30p.m., NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE MAIL,
tiandaye* excepted, connecting at Elmira for the
7,57 p.m„ LIQIITNING EXPREBS, Dally,conmect
tog at Jersey City with rooming Express truiu ut
New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and Washington;
and at Now York with morning Express twin tbt
Boston and Now England Cities. Ater stops at all prin
cipal stations and connecting points on malt. lino.
Bleeping Coaches accompany this tru'a th sough to New
11,33 a. na., WAY FRE.lollT,uritlity. excepted
DAGGAGibi 011110KED Tint()
„la. a. revised and omplete"PockotTmbTable"o f
Passenger Trains on the Erie Railway atilt! connecting
Linea, ban recently boon published, and cS bo proeur.
ad on application to.the Ticket Agent ofkhe Company
14 . BAER, L. D ReCKEIt ,
lalaisburg& darning & Tioga R. IZ
riaittawiltrua asfolloive untilfurther notice:
Accommodation—Leavettfloaabarg at 0,50 a. m ~ Nan a
field at 7,90 Tloga at 8,22. Lawrenceville at ti 07—
arriving at Corning at 10,10 4.131.
Mall—Leavaaßlossbamvat 2,30 p..,Mansfield at 3,10„
Tioga at :3,46., Lawraucavilla 9, 4 N—arriviug at
• Combing at 6.30 P. in •
51811—Lea.esOoining at 7,50 a.m. Laar r eacavilltat
8,44, Tloga at 9,28, 61anaflold at a.m.,
Bldna-burg at 11,45 a. in.
Accommodation—Leavea Corning at ,55 p. m.,Law•
renceville at 4,04 Tioga at 4.65, Mansfield at 5,38
arriving atßlotiaburg at 6,20 p. 1p •
,S a p't
Northern Central R.R.
TRAINS FOR THE NORTM.
Trains foreanandagulaleave Elmira as follows :
Accomodation at 7 12 p
Express[fastest train on road]; .... ...... 12 Oka m
Mall 10 00 p m
Accommodation . 16 p in
On and after June 12; 1870, trains will arrivo and
depart from Troy, as follows;
846 p. tn.—Daily (except Sundays) for Elmira and
Duffalo,via Erie Rat lway from Elmira.
1086 a. tn,—Datly(eseept Sundays) for El to Ire , Rune
to,Oanandalgue, Rochester, Soap, Bridge a otl the
723 A. m.—Dally(except Sundays) for Dal timore,
068 P, m.—Dally (exeept Bundaya) for Baltimore,
Washington and Philadelphia.
ALFRED R. BIBSS, ED. S. YOUNG
Gennklup tilarrlaburg, (1ei:011460.4 g't
Cash !, 1870
SEE WIIAT SELLING FOR ASII 1
Our Prices To - Day.
Beet White Wheat Flour $7 pr bbl.l, "5 pr. sack.
" Red witnter $6.50 "•1, 2 "
"XX Spring Wheat, 6,00 " 1,50 "
Buckwheat Flour, 3,00 per 100 lbs.
Best Feed, 2,00 " "
Bran and Shorts 1,50 is it
Meal 2,25 " "
These prices only FOR CASE.'
WRIGHT & BAILEY
All persons not having settled with ns, can
not blame na now if they find thoir accounts and
notes left with an - attorney for collection, We
give due notice. W. /6. B.
BAG,S.—We want all persons having any bags
with our mark on them, to return the same at
once, as we shall take steps to secure them.—
We have 500 bags seattered , among the pooplo.
lOWA - LAND AGENCY.
HE subscriber would infer% the public that
he has the agency of a quo.ntit, of
which he will sell for cash, or exchange for real
or personal property, on reasonable terms..
GREAT BARGAINS OFFEREI).
Re would say that be has examined the prop
erty and titles for himself, and believes he can
make it for the interest of persons going West,
to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere.
For particulars, inquire of B. B. GOODELL,
hlay 11, '7O ly Sabinaviilo , Tioga Co., Pa.
HARKNESS du . R.ILEY,
B6or AND ,SHOE MAKERS.
Shop in Mozart Block' formerly occupied by
J. 11. Rica as a Grocery Store.
BOOTS r tio in s t i b i o oaS si o m f an al n l e k r inds ina(le to
REPAIR a INGof all kinds donop . rompayand
well. Givens aoall.
Welletioro, July 13, 1870.-Iy.
EASTMAN Sc VAN 1 - 1411N1.3,
OPERAT/Tit AND MECHANICAL
A new and superior hue for artificial teeth—
having three times the strength of the vulconite.
Is offered pith the assurance thai it removes ev.
ery objection made by the patient. Teeth fillekl,
cleaned and extracted in the twat aaproved map
ner. All work registered and warranted. Office
No 13 Maio st., We!labor°. •
Aug. 31, 1870.
WELLSBORO AND ANSFELD
STAGE I, 14E. ' i
.Ir - t , ...5--_, THE undersign cl proprsetor of
;;Arv:• -• ;••;g. ,--- this line takes this metbcd of In
formi , g the publio that the above Stage runs
daily (Sundays excepted,) between the twp pla
ces as follows:
'Leaves Virellaboio at 8 a. in., aad arrives a
Mansfield at 10.30 a. m.
Leaves Mansfield at 2,30 p. to.; and arrives a
lye Moro at 5 p m. 03ftFare $1,00;
Aug. 24, 1870.-tf
9V11311 Cik311331.11 •
M. M. SEARS, Pnopiturreit.
WHERE delicious Ice Cream, Preach Con
fectionary, ail kinds of fruits in their
Season, a Moe dish of Tea, Coffee , or Chocolate,
and Oysters in their season—eau be bad at MI
Laura. served in the best style. Nest door' :be
low Roberts h Bailey's Hardware, Store, Main
WRIGHT it BAILEY
W.B. VAN HORN-.
ior DEAD THIS 11-7.4c,a
TO MAKE MONEY IS TO
=1 , 4 1 h 2411:21
lIAS PILES OP
on tale, fresh from tbo oily.
Step in and see. ',film!
We keep alt kinds and qualities 'to idtai.e
FRESH GROCERIES !
In any quantity and ofthe be'st kinds
Remember the is ace, t
- ) J. .11. BA BEER
Welleboro, Sept. 21, 1870 tf A ..
WICKIIAM• & FARR,
Tioga, Pa., _
Invite the attention of th,e ptf)lie to the com
plete and well selected sleek' c f
which they ha l ve just received
More earnest efforts than ever hefore will Le
put forth to plalise and further enlarge Ilioir
steadily increasing trade. An attenipt to nu we
kept would be useliss, but suffice it to fay, the
stook embraces i t
Goo 's to Snit
laft-es of trade.
CALL & SEE FOR YOURSELVEs
Sept. 211, 1870-Iy.
Gi W. NAV'LE, .would say to his friend
i ' ll that his Harness Shop is now in full blast
and that he is prepared to furnit.b heavy ur I igh
i - iebrIELOISISO 0 7
on short notice, in, good and subtlitutial 13,a t,
ner, and at prieis that can't fail l'o suit. l I
The best wor men are employed, and none I,u
the bestinaterial Med. Call and see,
Deo. 9, 1868-Iy. 0,. W. N/IVI.E
UNION ACIADEMf .
KtiOXVIttE, TIOCIA CO., PA
MRS. E. 119RTON, PRINCIVAL
The Fall Term for 1670 ,t ival commence Auguse3o
The Wiuter " Noronbp 2O
The Spring "
Send for circular
Wel lsboro Uuion Graded
A. C. WINTERS, A. M.,,gI3PERINTEND-
ENT OE G
Tis tt deters. , of Om Directors to
make the couple t. traction' us thorough
and systematic as can I, found in the State
Commencing with the primary ,dapartment, the
pupil must master every year's allhttediet,rl ,- , bet
foreibeingAidmitted to the next higher.
TIM beat of teachers will be e uployed in every
department, the most approve methods of in
stra9tion used, and the best f care exercised
over / thr , pupils in school and o t.
/The Mau Scuoor. offers thOic adrantates :
The Principal •is a graduate of the Rochester
lUniversiiy, New 'York, a gentleman uf large ex•
perienco in the best conducted schools of the
country, who has spent two years in Europe,
and speaks German. Fsench an Maim , . Ile is
qualiftbd toxive superior instruction in Wittoty„
tine Ante aild the Ancient Lorqyzmyrb liafilue
tion'in Higher :Mathematic*, tho. Scieture, 11007,•
ng and Music, will be equal to that of the
The Board hope to soon he' able to f , eoure in
struction in Painting Fend Draminy,l , .% a lady
who hart had several gears' instruction by th - e
best masters In Germany, and who has nraetihed
in the Galleries of Berlin, Dresden. Munich and
Florence. 1' , I
. The but school is the' chea est ` school. lho
Board intend to obviate all hjecoitous to thh
class of popular schools, OR fa asl possible. A
sufficient corps of teay.ers will ho emPloyei,
that full justice may he dune o every pirpil
Tuition is free to all within theold borough las
its. Pupils from abroad ate invited. 13410,1 a.
private !ninnies from $3 to Si Per week
Tuition, Common Engtiph,t ' er tot in, $5.
-- t 4 .-.,,, 11igber.Enillsh. - Al a he in rcticb, 4. c ...1 7 3
BY 0 DER 04 MARL ,
September 7,1870. tf
A LL persous indebted to us
11_ account, will find us at t
Sears & Derby fer the next th
we Alan settle up our old bus 4
All parties owing us, after th,o
piro, will find their accounts lel
tiott, Esq., for immediate colter
' October 26, 187(b If
The Fall Term
OF THE TIOGA matascHooL.
fIOMMENCED Sept. 20, 1970, and • clo:ae4
Deeember 29d, 1870.
Winter term will Commence Jan. - 2,1, 1871,
and eloiezAprif7, 1871.
Spring 'Fria commelice April 24, 1871,
and close July 29th, 1871.
TUITION.—CeIn Men En gribli
Higher Mathematics. including a emu
mercial course, slo,oo
Any of the languages, 58,00
W. W. GASKILL,
Oct. 12, 1870-4 w.
A T OOST, At
P. B. WILLIAMS & CO'S
NEW MEAT MARKET,
(Bird Door Bad of Oone ifouB6.)
THE subscriber bus owned a market for-the
accommodation of all in want of,
Cash wil l be paid for. pink, beef, mutton, beef
cattle, bides and sheep pelts.
Fresh fish every Saturday.'
BEZEHL4.I( STOWELL. JR.
Notlember 2,1870 tf
o office of Aleesre.
rty days, whets
10 thirty cie3s ex
t. iv ith M F. El-