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TIOGA COPNTY AGITATOR:
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31,1187 L
Book Notioe—B. B. Ford I Co.
tiavenuo Tat—W. E. Adams.
Ado:lea Notice—Mary Artherton.
• Catharine Nilca.
FOR SALE.—A light two horse lum
tcr wagon for aalo °hoop. Timogiven. Enquiro
the cheap cash store of C. C. MATHERS.
The friends of Rev. N. L. Reynolds,
to give him a reception at his iesidernao on
,he Avenue; on Wednesday Eve. of this week.
t II are invited.
Mtrcl: aro preparing to give our citizens a great
t it by way of a Fide splitter on Wednesday and
T Evenings, of the present week.
PosTPONED.—Mr. Elias Tipple has
tho odio of his stock of goods at East
CI, itleston to ono 15, 1871.
TINE TABLES. -The time tables on
thr• Etie. IllasEhurg t111(1 Corning and Northern
crntral railroedd will be found correct in another
A HEAVY LOAD.—Mr. James E.En
ciish hauled a load of logs into this village, on
4 I tordAy last, with a single team, which weighed
•d 0 lbs. Who can beat it ?
Dr. 0. W. Mattison, a resident of
ilev We, Michigan, but formerly of this coon
was burned out on tho 14th instantosing
;he house in which he resided and a new house
I.rocess of construction, beside the: larger part
t h, hmisehold goods. No Insurance.
FLOURING MILL.—Mr. Ephr'm Hart
t 3 difpos(d of his interest in the Charleston
;.goring mills to Mr. B. Shrader, of Troy, Pa,--
~ Ir S is a practical miller, and will keep con
,tantly on hand all kinds of flour, meal and feed,
,r..t sill sell at the lowest rates.
BACK TO FIRST l' RINCIPLES.—Our
it friend G. O. Derby hau bought out the inter
:4 , f Randolph in the frm of Fishier A;, Ran
, •iph. The &boo stor and shop aro now in the
.I 3 of two practie trsidesmou who know how
•. i , it, and a boot-lo ing public oan have par
•ular fits—to order.
('ORNF.R TONI: LAYING AT BLOBS
bLI ‘. —.Blassburg is to have a new Methodist E.
hutch. Arrangements are made to lay the cor
ner Mono Juno 16, at 3P. M. Rev. F. G. Rib
, of Rochester, N. Y., and Rev. D. D. Buck,
I WeHeber°, will deliver addresses on the rum
•,,.n. ono address is expected in the evening.
llini.4ors from the region around, and friends
nerally, aro invited to attend.
FittEs.—A destructive fire occurred
atJersey Shore on the 24th instant, destroying
ihe l ama() residence of Mr. S. S. Moss, the post
,Ifwe building, the Vidal° newspaper office, own.
ty James Jones, and Keyser's dental
lira is supposed to have bean the work of an
.nceodeiry. Loss not stated.
A tiro al4o'ocenrreti in Look Haven on the
I.t inttunt, iliqtroying Young & Worth's steam
mill, about 3 000,0119 feet of lumber, and a
cull dwelling near the mill. Supposed to be the
(,f an incendiary.
lleo a fire in Westfield, on Saturday morn
about two o'clock. The fire originated in
[tie dreg etorc of Fayette Scoville, and rapidly
tread until lire buildings wore destroyed. Par
—The largo barn of Mr. Westbrook, in Mid.
1161)7, was consumed-on Sunday morning, to
!.ltler with eight or ten tons of hay, mowing
n shlne, kc. Sligat
\VORTHY ,OF NOTE.—We are happy
notice the good mention made of our Wells
-r) boys doing business in - lowa. The. Sabula
I.,we i Mac. says: " L. B. Maynard and J. L.
, :eribail are the youngest men, we believe, enga
rd the mercantile business in the State. Nei-
•er of the,e." boys" is old enough to vote, nud
vet they have both been keeping grocery store in
aL„1•1, nearly two years. Notwitbstandiug ttie!r
-enthfu lness, they have acquired a reputation for
, fl.iness capacity and integrity which may Well
IT envied by older heads. Success to the young
m• rhsnt, "
Torca . a, (Kansas,) May 15:, 1871
.1:1 the ilth day of April, 1871, I loft my place
f rz,itlence at Tioge for a journey to Kansaa,
: I arriving 1500 miles from old Tioga; in
:3r Far West, where the billowy praillies of
lie a limitless sea of wavy green, with
ra Ilkan •ix weeks the advance of Ponnsyld,a—
„t surprised to be invited on Monday last
•ttrataberry festival, whero plenty of Kansas
71Ulcrrieg and ice cream delighted me with my
tit at,tl I:dooming friends. t-tI would advise
•c that ant to see a splendid country and
n ” right smart" dish of strawberries, t 6
Katittl , .. where nny of my old friends
1., 1.1,,e.1 ‘vith ail the le
are MOM numerous than on those old rucks
A \V James C. Van
• dtr, Ilammondsport, N. Y , sent us by ex
- oa Wednesday last, a largo trout, from the
,ter• r f Crooked lake, which weighed 11 lbs.
tII . and looked as fresh as though just
the water. 'this was the nicest fish
' the Lied ever rent to this village. The donor
il,!;1,:e remember that such an insult is not
,• Iv forgotten by
Printers, who, like other men,
lielodi good things now and then
the way, our friend keeps an excellent Lirtr_
le the :1110VO phlee; serves his customers With
meats of all kinds, and fish in their sea
t], h aonld be n treat to the people here-
W. 1...r,115 knao oheiher to sytnpothize with,
i ankh at, the &mar of our fish, for the little
..1..p that oeeurred at the honking of that same
r .t'a Nia bring prepared for co big white, Mr.
~ , . ..n his guard aral balance. The boat woe
.n. 0,, t tr.dline pare, the fish struck heavily,
... i", 'to 11.-tant Nii V eini floundering in the
" k% .. thuds it was 'duchy of him to hang
it 110 Uid ila cc Leen a bad mien-tako for him
i tar .-- had he let go. Tho moral of which
'•h , o .L. trout pull: Sou oil s our balance
.r.,1 rntrheard, aedicato that fish to the printer,
.;01 hang ..»
111111 ['A UV.—Susan I. M'Leod, daugli
•-r ~t the late Oen. M'Leod, Esq., a native of
l'hdadelplaa, was the first female graduate of the
...ner , ary at Lewisburg, in 1851. She had a
u,,n ; desire to he a missionary to Burmah, but
t . .r health did not warrant the undertaking, and
t,, I.roatae a 'home missionary—useful and be
... 1 wherever she resided. She died on the
~;.. of March lust, near Philadelphia, at the age
' ; rears rihe left a chid. tllrClity months old,
.1 a ka:hand, (Rtly. tie. Lawman,) bereaved,
' r the ..N.ond time, of a most estimable compan
•7. li . , r death was easy ati.l triumphant, reali
a g her yxpressiofi a few d i ays before tho issue,
11.0 0 pleasant it kvould be to fill asleep here,
c , ,.1 wake up in Heaven !" Farewell, Susan ! un-
I the hct ter day. W.
I'ItOtIRESS OFTIOGA COUNTY.—TiO—
z, county was separated from Lycoming by the
:ct March 25, ISO 4. In ISO 6 tho seat of jus
'c ,1 •1; established at We ; in IROS coun-
r , :comissioners woro•elooted; and in 1812 tho
untywas fully organized for judieind purposes.
progrespin population has boon uniform and
as will he seen by the following returns
r pero n decades, (of ton years):
1 5 10, population
advance from 1,601 to 35,102, in 60 years,
very large, considering its wild and inacceslti
id, location for a long period. For tho two do-
Ign from 1810 to 1830, it more than doubled its
rhpulation. Since that time its' advancement
t 3.± not been so rapid, in
Tioga is a good gracing county, and has also
large deposits of sepii•bitumipons coal, to reach
lad remove which, railways have been built, and
are being built, which will give the county ano
ther impetus, more than compensating for tho
exhaustion of her lumber. The conversion of
imbermen into fanners, will be no disadvantage
Y 4 the Gouty. ilinonsove.
.-:-. 4 _ l -BPATtE TILIC,Rtans” wrlteivlwelland
fe lingly on the bird question, but we, deal go
, I) , k on the>birda,. We trlactto, biWeouldint.--,
a only claim that the Viral; are Initiskireltend
ed and misunderstood oftener than otherwise":
that they do more mischief i;Cia less spa "0,
mi:dern writers placa-tO thel account fbesides;
these writers get the account prized up badly. —
Fnz instance : in a back foluree of the American
A#riculturiat yon may grid an Illustrated article
on the golden woodpecker, or highholder. Tho
illustration Is a capital One, and the article is—
nearly all wrong. It - states, from observation,
that the golden woodpecker is the fellow who
pa t eld the circles of small round holes in apple
trees, and that 14 does this purely out of love
for insects. lie does this sometimes, but rarely.
And l for every hole peeked in an apple tree by
hire, there are scores made by the red created,
vetted and downy woodpeckers. Every writer,
soar as wo have seen, credits them with doing
thibin search of insects. Not a bit of it: they
after the soft, edible inner bark of the taw. ,
Th y already have a orop part full 1 iniceta;
bu ants and small beetles are too strong food,
ale a. They want 00 inner bark taf : miz with
the ants, etc., as the muri of tho Amazon mixes
rot en wood wittphis honey, that he proper pro
per ions of bulk and nutriment n u be preserved.
An this is why he selects tho thriftiest, smooth
roes in the orchard. He is a judge of varle
too. He knows that the inner bark s of a
•fty young Baldwin is most edible of all;
t, a Greening, or a lied Siberian. There are
t e varieties that he neverinjures.
o teat this, watch a redcreated—woodpeoker
le ho is girdling your favorite Baldwinwith
g of bead-like holes, and, just as he is done
the job, drop him with a charge of No. &
will find in his crop the most edible portion
she inner bark, white the,ebria which ho hay
nder the tree consists of the outer and
?her part. And with thii exception we know
o damage that can be charged to the mama
families of the woodpeoker tribe, who are
most purely insectiverus of all.
re have seen a Hoek—or rather a cloud—of
,kbirds . in Minnesota, numerous enough to de
I,y a throe acre field of corn in a single day;
we have known a six acre field of wheat
sowed on Saturday, of which noorly every kernel
cane up before, Monday night—owing to the nu
moTous bills prosente,d against the crop, in favor
of Other crops.
•But we do not go back on the birds, nor will
wo shoot them, or allow them to bo shot when we
can prevent it. Most beautiful of all created
things, sweetest of all singers, and most graceful
of all' that moves ;—we could not keep house
without the birds;--but they are incompatible
with strawberry culture.
MUTATIONS IN LlFE.—Woutierful be
yond all the rauddles of romances, are the oban
cosi and changes of real life. We have seen a
man—ignorant, vain, conceited, unable to coa
s true the simplest sentence of hie mother tongue
—riding up Broadway in his own carriage, driv
en by a man competent to "coach" both_master
and horses. We have soon an illiterate denim,
totsr hom obsequious attention was paid, bee ause
thdt gigantic gull,,the public, bad consented to
be purged with a mysterious mixture of bran and
gaMboge—at , their own proper expense, and to
thd great pecuniary advantage of the pill-com
perder. And we have seen still another—igno
raot of Lindley Murray and simple equations—
riding in his own carriage and having much mo
no. in bank, through zealous loyalty,—and a
shoddy contract. And all this, and these, while
modest, scholarly gentlemen, with too nice a
sense of konor for vain, brason-faced tricks,on
hu l rnin grllibility, were eking out a more subsis—
tence on meagar salaries, or absolutely suffering
froin want. All this we have seen, and it has lee.
soled our respect for average humanity. It
co • Id not lessen our respect for wealth,—we nev
er had any. But it has tended to.make ns a lit—
AI , cynical and irreverent, beside changing our
ea imatea of men and that humbug called posi—
Ve are led to these remarks through interview
, a Germari,` l who is at work on the railroad in
i s place, as a day laborer. This man has been
tudent at the best German universities, is a
mber of eminent literary associations in Ger
ny, has been assistant editor of the "Leipzig
rtenlaxbe, - and contributor to first class Ger—
!. n ilterary journals; may write himself Doctor
, is master of seven languages,
tong which aie Chaldaic, Greek, Sanscrit and
tin. Ile wrote poetry for the Gctrtentattbe, and
rui,ans hereabout say he wrote it well. And the
ll,cter is handling the pick and elmvel with vig-
Qr and cheerfulticza, coolly waiting for hotter
da 'B, with a patience that goes far to prove hie
We do not und , retand German, and make no
ir.tenttiuns to th , classics : but we think there is
te risk in sayi g that the best classical scholar
the county is :beveling gravel in this borough,
$1 75 per day We hope the bettor days for
ich the Doctom is waiting be not far off; and
venture to suggest, that his last and roughest
rso of instruction will not be found the least
,fltable in the broad school of life.
U. S. LICENSE.—The United States
ewe tax bas been taken off the following linos
pothecaries, architects, assayers, auctioneers,
its, barges, ct0...1 bowling alloys, billiard ta—
i, all kinds of brokers, including stock dealers,
ilders and contractors, conveyances, retail doix
s, and wholesale dealers 'whose annual sales
not over i-'f,0,000 : dentists; eating houses, ex
hitions not otherwise provided for, express car
rs and agents, gift. enterprises, grinders of
flee and s pices, dealers, hotels, insurance
'uts, intelligence ollice keepers, jugglers, law
s, livery btable keepers, lottery ticket dealers,
,nufacturers, miners, patent agents, peddlers,
otographers, physicians and surgeons, real
ate agents, theaters, museums, concert hells,
Mons and jacks.
[For the Agitator.]
n 1854, Charlei U. Tucker, Esq., of
W.dhington city, issued a list of persons In
Pe i neylvania, who, or their widows, if then liv
ting, would be entitled to pensions under the four
teats of Congress named. The list doubtless re
feia mostly io those engaged in tho war of the
Revolution, but may contain some names : of
th4so in the war of 1812, or the Mexican war. I
danot classify them, but the whole list for Tioga
coiinty may be of present interest, and of value
to the future historian.
" 11valid penMoners, under net of 1811/, Sylvea
tel. Bailey, David Cosper. •
4lndrract of 1818: Jacob Allen, I/livid Ana
tin Robert Bailey, John Brown, George Baokuv,
Se(den Borden, Abner Blanchard, Skit Clark,
„George Hart, Simeon King, Jesse
Lor.ey, Dan Vet Lee, Nathaniel P. Moody, Elijnh
Putnam, John Ryon, Thomas Rathbun, Abijab
li e l ynolds, Russel Rose, Nathan- Rowley, Pet4r
Slii:uiway, Ebenezer Seeley, Benjamin Seeley,
Ez kiol Thomas, Samuel Tubbs, Benjamin Wor—
index. ant of 1832 : Ebenezer Burley, George
gx, Joseph Bennett, Thomas Cummings,
Cummings, Lemuel Clark, Royal Cole, Da-
Chapman, Justus Dartt, James Gray, Israel
cenleaf, Samuel Harding, Harris Hotchkiss,
istopher Huntingdon, Lovi Holcomb, Baena.
Jackson, Abel Lamplieer, John Lefler, Wm.
dingtbn Avis Nobles, Manasseh Powers, Sh.
Rixfor 4 l, Jeremiah Ramsay, Ebenezer See
, Midi-or Sharp, Joseph Thompson, Moses
igaidrie4 11'itklec, lease Wheeler.
'rabi4ly inner at the above were passed away
are the list issued, (in 1854.) Aro there
at the forty-two living? . 0. P. Q.
'ENSIONEHS IN TWO,* CO. IN 1840.
t).,ollield—Cl odfrcy Bowmen, aged 47.
haviehton—Dannab Dartt, aged 82, living
wi h Agnes Dartt: Samuel Van Gorden, aged
7,6 living with Chauncey Ferry.
eerfield—Thomas Cummings, aged:B2; Chrir.
to her Schoonover, aged 77.
?Nand—Oliver Phelps, aged 75; S i t ' in. TabbF,
ag d S 5, living with Benjamin Tubbs.
D. Wright dey
; r Jih j n ess L :
M Ty Lefler.
I : ci
Sharp, aged 75.
grillicatt--Jeremiah Ramsey, aged 77; Abra
Westbrook, aged 78.
Vellsbato—lsrael Greenleaf, aged 74; Mary
\V kolee, aged 72, living with John Waklee.
Vestfietd—John Huyler, aged 76.
Tioga—Harris Hotchkiss, aged 76; Mercy
W ight, aged 75, living with J. N. Wright.
rom their agfis, I infer that eighteen of these
nineteen Were soldiers .or widows of soldiers of
tbn Revolution. Probably not ono of them, and
fe of those they were then living with, survive
to cad this record, taken from a list published
by Congress about the year 18 4 0. It would be
in Cresting to have a list of all the heroes of '76,
an theirwidows, who sleep in this county. Per
haps some of our old pension agents or attorneys
mild greatly enlarge the foregoing short oata
tilt Vbureh having made attsundve
their home •of . iltatlVlP,' ! I !il'emiodiman 1 4
Wednesday, Zane 14. ,l eattatin by Ref: A.
B. Ohaao t et 10 A.m.; 016944 garniri
N. L. Reilialde, at 2 P. 11.; foll Owed deft=
!cation and other; ex,.erolses.,g9ll#746&lll/401
tion to extended: • -
BASE BALL.—A match game of 41!
Was played at Kainfield an the 2711, batvreen the
Alerts of that place and the Actives of Wellabore.
Innings : Alerts-1, 0,4, 5,1, 3, 0,1, 419 ;
Actives-2, 3,5, 0,2, 6,p, 2, 10-30. ,T 7.500 •of
the gamo, two hours and forty zutnnVes. '
MAYNARD—THOMPSON—On the If hist,
in Manifold, by the Rev. W. lieath, Mr. Edwin
E. Maynard of Elk, to Miss Emily Thompson of
' WILLIAMS—In ollarledan, May 10th, 1874,
Mrs. Mary P. wife of Wm. Williams, aged, 44
years, 11 monthe,,and IS days. . .
MOORE-1n Riebmona, on the IS 1., Mr.
Amos Moore, aged 70 year and enci.dity:,
- DENTISTRY.-.-p, N. Dartt, dentist
office in Wright & Bailey's Bloelt,'where he con
tinuesto make.toethWlth the nits iiappseSlnsta,
which gives better Satisfaction than t iny 'thing
sloe in nee. .To be had at DarteeonlY.—...ing. 24
Soldiers of the War 1812, & their Widows.
X take this opportunity to int l eiai - yon that on
the 14th day _of February 1871,:fdingress passed
an Aot, which has become a law, granting Pen
sions to the surviving Seidler; of said max ~,who.]
had served for a period of 60 4 days; and . to 'the`
widows of those Who have died, who: Were mar
rickprior to the treaty of peace, (vls Des. 14,
1814;) and have not again married: - Alto to siteh
as have served less than tlo days, ,who • bed been
personally named -*way Resolution of congress
for any specific, serviee of said war. The under
signedhas on hand a foil supply of blanks, and
can prepare and forward by moil the Proper pa
pers with full instructions, by parties giving
particulars of service, the name of., wife before. ]
marriage, when and whore married, and ,
Post Office address. I have on hand copies, of
complete rolls, and many hundred names, of Said ,
soldiers, and my experience in the prosecution
of such claims, for the past 14 years as agent,
will insure to claimants, all the advantage which
can be derived from the same, all
WM. B. SMITH, Agent.
Knoxville, 'Doge .Co., Po
Apr 11.26, 1871.-6 w.
Or' Wall Paper, Window Paper,
Decoration Paper, Borders, Cords, Tame% Cloth
Shades, ()loth Curtains, (gilt) Window Fixtures,
Pictures, 'Picture Frames, Picture Glass, 'and
every other article necessary to beitutHyHoie,.
The largest assortment of this line of goods ever
brought into Tioga county. Call at our NEW
STORE No. 3 Smith & Bowen's Brick Block.
May 1, 1871-tf. HUGH YOUNG 4k 00.
FORTY YEARS' BXPEIIIIINOB have tested the vir
tues of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of WU, Oherry, and it is
now generally acknowledged to be the but remedy ex—
tant for pulmonary and lung diseases; embracing the
*bolo range from a alight cold to a settled ceturanfp
tion. Wore ft act for its /Writs, it would long since
have "died, and made no sign."
The 0 onfessions of an Invalid.
PUBLISHED as a warning and for the benefit of
young men and others, who suffer from Nervous..
noes, General debility, &0., supplying Sin IMAM OP
Written by one who cured hirnsel, and sent free on
receiving a poet-paid directed envelope.
Address. Nernesur.r. MAIMAIN Brooklyn, N. Y.
May 17,1871-6 m.
500 VOLUMES IN ONE.
The Library of Poetry and Song,
Being Choke Selections from the Beat Poets,
English, Scotch. Irish and American,
With an Introduction
By WILLIAM MILLEN BRYANT.
Under whose critical supervision it was compiled.
The handsomest and cheapest subscription
book extant. Over 800 pages, beautifully prin
ted, choicely illustrated, handsomely bound. A
library of over 500 volume* in one book, whcise
contents, of no ephemeral , nature or interest,
will never grow old or stale. It can be, and
will b... read and rA.romd with Oleaente y old
and young, as long as its leaves hold togemer.
"A perfect surprise. Scarcely anything at all
a favorite, or at all worthy of place here, is neg
lected. It a' book for every household."—N. Y.
" We know of no similar collection in the En-,
glieh language which, in copiousness and felicity
of selection and arrangement, Can at all compare
wiih u."—N. Y. Times.
Terms liberal Sailing very rapidly. Send, for
circular and Terms to .T. -B. FOItD & CO., 27
Park Place, N. Y. May 81st,-4t.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION having
been granted to the undersigned on the es
tate of George M. Atherton, deceased, lath of
Charleston township, those indebted to and those
having olaims against said estate, will settle
with MARY ATHERTON,
. DEXTER G. ATHERTON,
Charleston, May 31, 1871 6w Adm'rs.
Administratrix' s Notice
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION having
been granted to the undersigned on the es
tate of Erasmus W. Niles, deceased, late of-Mid
dlebury township, those indebted to and those
baying claims against said estate, will settle
with CATHARINE NILES, Adm'a.
Middlebury, May 31, 1871 Bw*
APine stook now ready, both of flowers and
Vegetables, aboutthirty varieties of Vet
benas, nineteen of Paohsias, ten of Coleus; and
a general assortment of Bedding, Green House
and climbing plants.
Early York, Wakefield and Fearnought cab
bage, late varieties in their season. Eearthen
flower pots, with and without saucers attached,
Urns, Hanging Baskets, and wooded plant lad
ders, as cheap as the cheapest. Bend for •price
list. W. B. PRINCE.
Wolleboro, May 24, 1871-tf.
Photograph Gallery !
0110 0 . 011,
xst. owl VOllll.
Vet/tyres and Frames.
Olet Dictates oovied au& fate 1
large& to any si.v).
A:OAV OVA VA.B.RASTED
May 11, 18
HOUGHTON, ORB & CO.,
STONY FORK, PA.
Platform Spring, Truck and
SLEIGHS AND 808 SLEDS.
I we are prepared' do 'anything in our line
on short notice and in the be manner. Bath•
ROVORTON, ORR 1 CO.
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ever brought into this market, which be offora to the public , at prices that cannot fail to give
Oilcloths, & Housekeepers Goods,
a speciality. TAU
Wanting a GentobiNgz*lthing Goods,
will be found very attractive. All are invited to call and-examine and see for theturolves.
Wellborn, May 11, lilt/. TBoiiM6 HARDEN.
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Stook of the latest Styles of •
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DOMESTIO GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, TS AND - HOSIERY,,
BOOTS AND SHOES A!SPEGIALI
Hi3hist market Price paid for Country ProciuCe.
May 11, 1971.
Cheap Cash,. .Store!
HAS A PULL ASSORTPdHNT OF NBil GOODS, SUCH AS
Foreign and Domestic . Dry Goods,
Which will be 'sold very cheap.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, WHITE PIQUE.
BUTTONS, ALL KINDS, . CLOTHS AND OASSIMERES,
LINEN GOODS, POPLINS & WHITE GOODS,
Gloves,, Hosiery, Knit Goode and Notions.
~- Choide- Q-roceries.
•,..,,, ' , -
Sugar,' ' . Soiiii, Tobacco, Syrup, Rice, Sale;alus,
Cotree, Tea, • Crackehi, Salt. - Fish, Flour.
Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Rubbers, Crochery, Wooden Ware, &c.
Cash Paid for BUTTER, or shipped on Commission..
Please call and look our Stook over. You will always find us ready and willing to show
11 0 9 4 - - , _
, Weilshoro, May 10, 1871.—1 y.
icichath, ek Farr,
AVB 3att 4 iopened their New Stook of SPRING GOODS and are selling 800 Pieces of the
beet Prints at 10 coats pet yard. Best yard wide standard Sheeting, at 8, 9,10, and 11
per yard. Our shock of
lack 41/Plieg7 japaneee piVins and Silks, Pure Mohair Granadiers,
- Lawns, _Robe Patterns, Colored Al
Linens and Chinese Gr - tss' i
FOR. LADIES SUITS, AO. We have anllegant Una of
We have a good assortment of the best styles of Spring and Summer SHAWLS at norrou
• . PRICSII. We can show the ladles the largest assortment of
_ • .
White Goode, Hosiery, Gloves, Laces and Ribbons, and a full Stock of
Yankee Notions and Trhnntings.
Wo have a large quantity of BOOTS and SHOES, to sult.iho feet and purse of all
who will favor us with a oall. Oar steak of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, Hata, Caps,' and Straw Goods is
_pntirely_new,' 'very extensive, And,v_ery cheap. GROCERIES
and PROVISIONS, we have in abundance.
Don't forget•our immense Stook of WHITE GRAMTE AND CHINA WARE
,Just drop in and you will see bow it la yourself.
George Francis Train
(Baoho'a old Stand) Main Street, Nirellelikoro,
Ready - Made Clothing,
AND A PULL STOOK OF
The patroiage of the publio solicited.
T 41 3 -01%., . PA.
is eomplete l inolading the beet brands of
and all styles and colors of
FROM 15 to 85 CIENTO PER YARD
FOR PRESIIMIT IN 1872.
The Cheapest Place in Town to Buy your
NO BOOKS KEPT.
0. 0. BIAVEIERS.
J. R. BARKE
' L. 1. TRUMAN
WICKHAM & BARR.
NEw - num
• , •
AM. Ingham & C 0.,"
1 - , •
TA" plisumie in announcing ip the oliitano
. - , i of Wellsboroanii.oloinity that they hate
pnrohase4 thr ratite clods of _ f'
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
toimetly onaeChir P. B. Williams, and tirs ad
ding to the stook Ana qua of Goode, oontist
Pare: Drugs, one Afeciipines, Yankee
Notions,ra if. Oil.. Famish*,
• ;Tarifa, Brushes, Paint
i a Brushes,
and in Ink evitlithing'inifialiy kept in a iitat.
elan Drunlitotb: In the lino of • '
Watt_ Paper; Window Shades and ilixturesi
we cannot. be 'undersold. Call and examine
ptourc du st d o n l
sgo s e P b r e a w i b or e i re.
lions,bad oomo s sfet p at all bona. p -
Thi pitronsgo of bepoblio is solloited.
INGHAM .t. CO.
A M. Inane
Mai 4, 1814.
lOST—Betty en " ellaboro & Green Bilith'e,
On the road heal to Pine creek, on the
blatant, a 119, 'pooket book, containing
8120. ' The finder will be liberally rewardod, on
leaving the book and money at the Agitator of
fice. W. B. BURMAN.
Glllll . OB, May if, 1771 8w .
Public Sale. •
TE4subscriber will sell at Public Acidton,
Auction. in East Charleston his remaining
.Stoek of Goods,
ComMenoing on Thursday, June 15 1874, and
continue until the goods are diqiosed of., Sale
to columns') at 10 a. m.
May 24. 1871-2 w. ELIAS TIPPLE.
Sill 4 Squires,
:FHOLREIALE DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Liquors
Wines, 4.0., ere.
Agents for Fine Old Whiskies,
onus D. BILL,
G. N. thauznies, J CORNING, N. Y.
May 17, 1871.
Is the only perfected and
preparation of its kind
ever offered to the public,
and has no 1 competitor
in merit. By its use
GRAY HAIR ,is soon
restored to its orig inal
youithful color and bril-
Halley, which is so much
admired by all. Persons
whose hair is thin cox. falling
out will, by the use of our
Renewer,soon see its g ood
effects, as, by its tonic and
stimulating properties the
hair glands will be incited
and_ the hair grow thick
and stroklg again. In cases
of Balfinesf it will create
a new growth unless the
follicles arc destroyed. It
is cooling, and allays all
itching and irritation of
the scalp: It does not stain
the skin s do dyes, but
makes the scalp white and
clean. A a DRESSING
it is the
last so m
&icl by all Drusigiste and
' Price oiao Dollar
R. P. HALL & CO., Proprietors.
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Gen't Insurance Agency
KNOXVILLE, TIOGA CO., PA
Life, Fire, and Accidental.
Assets over $24,000,000.
ASSETS OP COMPANIES
Ins. Co. of North Americo. Pa $3,050,535 60
Franklin Pirellis. Co. of Philo, Po, 3;087,452 35
North British & Mercantile Ins. Co.
North London and Edinburg,— 10,000,000
North Artier. Fire Ina. Co. of N. Y. 500,000
Niagara Fire Ina. Co.of N. YIP 1,000,000
Farmer. Mut. Fire Ina. Co.,York, Pa. 909,889 15
Pbcenix Mat.,Life Ina. Co. of Hart:
ford, Conn...:. 6,081,970 50
Penn'a Cattle, Ins. Co. of Pottavillo. 800.000 00
Total $24.228,847 64
Insurance promptly effected by mail or other
wise, on all kinds of Property. All losses
promptly adjusted and paid. • Live stook insur
ed against death, fire or theft.
All communications promptly attended to
Office on ain Streit, 2d door above Chu • h et.,
Knoxville Pa. WM. B. 8811 T : ,
April 2 , 1871-tf. A:ent.,
• Douse and Lot for Sale.
DESIRABLE HOUSE, nearly ne , and
one-third of an *ere of land, adjoin ng the
d 'lug park. Pries reasonable. tame .
31n_quire of C•
•Wellsboro o May 17,1871 ' •
les t ooo
Bushels Stone Lime
tor isle by
Aitil 1871 e-in. t W. O*R se.
LIPB . INS. ISSOCHTION.
Obartered by Special Act of the 14sideture of
BBMALBS ADMITTBD ON EQUAL Male c
• Hon. S. B. Oman, President.
L. A. Timms, Vice Protddent. „
Arno Gorr, &cramp
Piett—To secure a benefit of $2OOO at
death, membership fee (payable in ad
• $lO 00
Annual due, (after firstyear,) 10
Mortuary assessments, from $1 to $2 10, so.
aordOg to age. Persons bummed from 16 to 60
years of ago.
Wanted, an active Antal:less Jun in every
township, to work for tboOooll Temple's Mccra
al Seurat Association., 18. T. BBNTLEY:
General Agent for Tics* Co
'Moss, Bob 8 , 1871 tf
37. I: MITCHELL, Airlot,
Ism ea Policies is ilrat-cliais Conspaalas at as
- RELIABLE COMPANY
will gnat Insurance.
Place in tke flitate
For II hotographsl
V/ I 0 Og'S .CILLRBY!
1 1 0 f Nana. Largepietares and
frames °A npo
for $l. Old "datum copied,: en
larged' ad finished in 'the finest style. New
style fame and everything kept a a gantry on
band, f 'Entailed to order.. •
THE EOWEST PEIOES AND THE
Fss 1 1
yer Gardnor's grocow dote. ,
71 ti . Welleborp, Pa,
ygos-A HOOD: HOW LOST, HOWHOWRESTOR
ED. Just published by DR. LBWIS4 256
p . Third Edition. THE MEDICAL COM-
P!ANIQN AND GUIDE TO HEALH, on the
rad leatottre of Spermatorrhans, or Eie nal Weak
ness, Involuntary Seminal Losses poteney,
Manta/ and Physical Incapacity, Im p dimenta to
1 ) 31
Marriage, etc., and the Venereal an Shbilitio
Maladies, with plain and clear direetlone for he
speedypure of Secondary Symptoms, Gonerrh a,
Gleots,lStrictures, and all diseases of the e in,
such ne Scurvy, Scrofula, Ulcers, Boils, Bloto es
and Pimples on the face and body. Con:sump n,
Epilepsy, and Fitz, induced by self-indtilg oe
or sexual extravagance.
The celebrated author, in tide admirable T. -
U 1 se, clearly demonstrates, from a forty years'
successful practice. that the alarming conse
quence of solt-abuse may be radica lly cured ;
pointing out a mode of cure at once ampli, cer
tain, and effectual, by means of whiohl every
sufferer, no matter what Ills condition May be,
can be effectually cured, Cheaply, privatelp and
1 . 0 S• This Book should be in the hands of ev
ery youth, and every man in the land.
H. ' RAKER & SON
AT WESTFIELD, PA.,
KEEP. ON HAND AND MARE TO ORDER
BIIGPIES & PLAINFORM
We do not propose to sell cheaper than the
cheapest, but make as. good as the BEST at
reasonable prices. We also do painting In the
highest and best. style of the art. Any orie
wanting anything in oar line will pleas* OAI 4 L.
S. BAKER A BON.
Westfield, March 22,—tf. •
; ; ;
TO THE WORKING OLASS.—We are now prepared
to thread' all clasees with constant employment at
home, the whole of tho time or for the spare momenta.
Business new, light and profitable. Persona of either
sex easily earn from 50c. to $6 per evening, and a pro
portional sum by devoting their whole thus to the
businesai Boys and girls earn nearly as Muth as mean.
That all who see this .notice may send theft address,
and teSt the business, wo make this unparalleled offer
To such as aro not well satisfied, we will rend $1 to psy
for Hui ttoublo of writing. Poll particulars, a valuable
sample which will do to commenao_work on. and a
copy of The People's Literary aneyanisee...one of the
largest and best thmily newspapers pnbllshed—aU sent
fro° by mail. Header, If you want permanent, profits
hie work, address
8.0. ALLEN & Anorresa, Mum.
April 19,1871.-11 m.
$5 Lilo' $.1.0 Per D MEN. WOMEN,
Of BLS who engago in our new Dupe BOY S
roes make from $5
to $l9 per day in their own localities. Full ;teeth:lulus
and instructions sent free by mall. Thou* in need of
permanent, profitable work, should address at oneel
OBOROIi STINBON & 00., Portland, Maine.
ApII 19,1871 -43 m
ITllliable Town Property
qpim subscriber offers for sale the following
Oroperty, viz: 30 village lots situated on
State Street, 4 lots situated near Sheridan at., 9
acrol• of land near the cemetery. This property
will ibe sold at moderate prices and time given;
also; the !loupe and lot of Chas. Williams, near
11.. Church. The subscriber is alsO agent
14 the North Carolina Land CoMpany. Par
ties*miring to visit that section an get Rail
ruall_rti!citetd at reduced prices, end Iso valuable
biro mien in reference to the Co' pang from
,A ay 10, 1971—tf. W. SH RWOOD.
perA PPLIOATI9NS FOR I. OEBSK.—Notico
I is hereby given that the folldwing named
. one have made applioatlo for tavern licen—
ses and eating house Reenlist!, d that the same
will! be presented to tho Cour rof Quarter Bas
slims of Tioga county, tlij i l 29th day of May, in
stant, at two o'olock P. ~ When' all interested
may attend if they thinklproper.
. 1 JOHN F. HONALDSON, Pro'y.
. L. J. Kiniblea" wrenoeville.
L. Phillips, Fall Brook. •.
James Patterson, Bloseburg.
J. Wilson, -s: is
D. W. Hibbard, Rutland. „
C. W. Wheeler, 'Talon.* 1 _
Orson Edgoomb, Westfield.* i
Geo. Close, Westfield*
James Kelley, Bloss.
William Sage. "
R. W..Tiimaii, "r
B L. Boynton, Jackson.*
S. Rosa. Clymer.
0. 0. Phillips. Knoxville.
William L. Thomas. Wart.
Robert Traver, Blklan I,
Morgan Shut, Deerfield.
Eugene 0. Martin, Osoeolao= -
Elias M. Smith, Tioga.*—
N. B. Bond, Lawrenceville.
• , BATUMI BOUM.
Burly A Hayes. Blosshurg.
Martin Scully, Illossburg.
• James S. Mitchell, Blocs.
Stephen Bowen, • " .
Robert Wait 0.
• , .
Barnard A. Murray, 't
May 8,1811 4w .
INO. I. MITORELL.
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