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WEDNESDAY, Ttl 7, 1871.
. Now A4vOitiseMbints.
ilontd and 4booFt-ll.E.Bmill & S n.
Cash for Wool—Derby & Flecbler.
Adm're Notice—Amy Austin.]
" 11. N.A hiricb.
.1. H. Barker goes to New York !or'
r Andi to-morrow.
NV011E11)00) has now in - full operation
street spriolchir, which is really a " goorflostl•
these sultry hot clays.
ion SA-TIF:.,-A light two horse
her wagon for sale cheap. Titnegiven. Enquire
a' the Cheap COPII store of C. C. MATHERS.
NoricE.—Tiro books of Fishier &
‘bdolph, which were closed May 29, remain
volit Derby & Fishier for settlement. 2w
IL E. Smith Son, of Tioga, aro now
rere.l% ing lot! of new goods in the line of boots
and 'lire them a call.
S AIL or REAL ESTATE.—Hon. S. F.
Wilson has sold his beautiful residence and farm
on the State road, to Messrs. William and Laugh
, r Bache, of this village, for $15,000.
ICE CREAM, &c.—The Baptist society
will serve ice cream, ke., in the balls of the Court
Heim, on 4th of July next, for the benefit of
the Church. Tho Commissioners have kindly
ICE CREA. _.:NUENT.—The
ladies of the M, E. Church invite their friends
:Ind the public in general to meet them at the
chapel of their 'rhumb on Wednesday evening,
June 7, 1571.
ICE CREAMPARTY.—An ice cream;
party will come off at ManTeld on June 29th1
July dOth, and ly Ist, fo the benefit of the
Presbyterian Chirob. The pnladie, as well as es.l
pecial friends and members, nre invited to parti- 1 '
eipate. I - 1
Colt lISSIONED.—Gen. R. C. Cox has
been commissioned a Ida* General of militia)
for the I3th
. diVision of this State, which cotn- 1
rues three counties—Su'Ryan, Bradford and
'Flop. Let the citizens of the division take the
occesiary steps at once toprganirccompanies,
and report to the General at Welleboro, or Lib.
irty, in this county.
ADMITTED.—Our young friend J. o.'
W. Bailey, Esq., passed a very creditable exam
ination and was admitted to the bar at the pies
ent term of court. Mr. B. has been a faithful
student in the office of G. W. Merrick, Esq., ‘ for,
over two years, and now starts out for Mimeol
with the hest wishes of many warm friends for
his future success.
LIGHTNING.—The house of Efitain
of Harrison Valley, was, struck byl
lightning on Tuesday, the 30th ultimo, and, to•I
getter with its contents, burned to the groUnd.
—Andrew Crowl, of Delmar, bad a calf struck
by lightning on the evening of tho same day,
-car his house, killing the calf.
A eatie of cataract, and one for artifl
cti pupil were operated upon at the City iTos
pit es.terakty, by Dr. I) EG RAI'F', the 25
kr , , more cuie2 of cataract were operated upon
ilia City Iloepital, by Dr. I - I.DeO RAVI', onIIII
R:Lot:v.—lt Is said that the editor o
the PtiigliDintroi Lentlo• is about publishing the
Ilk! of Ituloff, as it was confessed to him by th ,
InardP'rer before he wee hung: Ituloff positive!.
dulled before he swung that ho made ill. confess
nto any living wan. One or the )oither part.
,e this case lies ; and ofjcourse the public wit
i. , ten tt he lie on ItulotY. If Ituloff, then, be th
tow, bow can his confession be believed
ButErs.—Mr Sexton, the very popu
tar echool teacher at Fall Brook, Ens purchase ,
a desk or,ao for his echool room, with Looney
generously donated by his friends.
11 r. B. Austin, of this village, has his 'as.
Ihd blind factory nearly ready to commonco Lu
iness. This factory has the latest improved ma
cfimery for doing first Hass work.
—Tho new steam saw mill at Antrim is no•
.e.operation, and luraer is being sawed for th
trection of houses for miners and others who ar
t do business at tho Antrim mines.
A fellow typo and quondam towns
I,in dropped in op us last week—all the wa •
i:om Kansas. Wd di4 • not at first reeognir.:
Henry Root, who once had a case in this office.
Ile gives a good account of Frank and John, hi.
I.r, , ther4, who loft the Agitator otlice for the wee
The annual meeting of the Tioga co
~fedienl Society will be held at Wollsboro, o
We(ineFlay, Juno 21. Vlore will born lecture i
the ex erring, by Professor Allen, of Geneva Med
i,ll College. Subject : " Progress of Medicine.'
The meeting will commence at 10 A. M.
D. BACON, Beo'y.
1. AMERICAN LIGHTNING RODS.-
31e , srs Lyon & Night aro now in this village
putting up rods fur all who &sire. These rods
are manufactured in Chicago, Illinois, and are
01 general use throughout the country; and in
ca,o, it is said, has ono failed to Safely do its
work The company olias $5OO to any person
who will show a building that has been injured
by lightning when using their rods. Those gen-'
ileincti took ono of the Cleveland, 0., rods down
from E. H. Hastings's house the other day,:
irhieh had been struck by lightnil twice, and
I iunil the l ip melted off to the malt rod. It is
%,:ry evident that if no rod had linen attached to
the liothe, it would have been struck. Let the
pmple protect their property Irbil() they have
S rATE S. SCHOOL CONVENTION.rTlle
o!veuth annual Convention of the Pennsylvania
, '-hhartl. School Association will be held at Al
lent`hr. Tom , dav, Wednesday and Thurs.
‘lay,•itpe 13th, and - 15th of June. All the
Tli6:ltolay Sello9l Wo.t., rs o f th e Keystone
Stlte are invited to bo present r l .-11, evangeli
cal school Is requested to send two or morn A...le
gates Those who propose to attend should no-
A• J Breinig, Allentown, oho is chairman
of the local committee of arrangements, on or
before the i"th of June, so that entertainment
may he secured, and orders for excursion tickets,
procured and forwarded.
VALUABLE DONATIONS.—Mr. F. F:
Philadelphia, has recently presentel to
tLe Loginecting Department of Lafayette Col
lege, Easton, Pa., a complete working model of a
constru , ted in England, at a anit 'of
.„,r The Library of this dereirttnent
Las lately been onri:hed by a number or works
al on Engineering, presented Ly Mr. , :dward
Miller, C. E., and a collection of the repo Is and
all other official documents relating to the Suez
Canal, preien)ted to the college by the distin
cuished French Engineer, M. Ferdinand de Les—
,.eP. It is contained 'in twentpthree volumes,
with maps, plans, and is tho only complete
collection of the kind in. this country.—Enston
TIOGA PROSPECTS.—Out enterprising
t,i , ,1,1$ at Tioga nre heg,inning to wove things
'hely in the way of building. Mr. B. C. Wick
ham has a foil force at work breaking ground for
a i,1,,e1; of five stores, which will bo pushed 2.41) 7
' ily forward to eampletion. 11. E. Smith & Sori,l
Philo Teller, and T. L. Baldwin & Co , have also
c. , mmenend operations C. H. Seymour, Tito
has j ust finished a large dwelling, which is occu
pied Lv himself us a dwelling and law office
km.: Dobbs is now hammering nt the anvil in,
I.ls new blacksmith shop, just completed, which
ci ton t relent, commodious and large. F. E -- :
`mitt. Erg., is erecting a very neat law utir.., t
be occußied by himself, and which will add raueik
to the leauty of the street. Mr. 13. M. Smith
bits just finished the repairs on his hotel, and is
new in full blast catorieg to the writs of:-.the
Public. E. Bayer has a largo new tannery erect.
tel on the site of the old ono, which'
'tan(' will be in operation in a' few days: - • • --• •
This looks as though the spirit of en
was prompting pur neighbors to keep pace with
the growing Tillagos 9f this yougt7.' l " -. 1-
;I l° :"N in frq *WA, at. a LETV
geistoii pri glap,pitiiittOqUille Titc,GARFM"S .
for the opening of mien from the Avenue to
Walalslreet, on both sides of Main street; and
for th'e removal of wooden animal ( ?,P,
The following' orders wore Jailed; ,-To IT.
Danko, for s4oi Asa Smith, $4; J. K. Bates,
May 30, in regular session, the Burgess was
instructed to negotiate with ,Williata,Carroll for,
'pallid an whieli to build &Pound. "' "
Tlio Clerk was instructed to place the' beiongh
duplicate in tho hands of the Collector.
Adjourned to Jutiefi. •
HARD TIMES—AND PROGREBS.t+-WO
sea by our demooratio contemporaries,
times are hard; fortunately we don't deo I any
whet?, else. • 1 , •
Tuxes are high—but people have the money
wherewith to liquidate, r;
Money is tight : but most people manage to
got some. ' - -
: Our quiet Village is a sample of other average
towns, we suppose, and never before in the his
tory of this county, hit's'Wollsb(;ro Veen making
snob rapid progress as at present.' Building is
going on in more places than wo can keep the
run of.' 'Every few days' We notice a 'noir' frame
and . roof, where Orr° was nething, i of the
the week before, and men engaged in manufact
uring ase quietly kbaildingl or enlarging; 'their
works to meet increasing Amanda.
T6o new Sash and Blind Factory 'of Bcn'j.
Austin's will soon be in working' order. The
large and well conducted cabinet shep and ware
hou!e_ of Vantorn t hes been enlarged dud
impivved, turning out specimuas of furniture
of a quality seldom equaled in a town like ours.
Mr. Vannorn has been fortunate in securing gep7,
man artizans of more than usual skill in lino
woodwork, and his are rooms aro a credit to the
James Donaldson is bandit:lift ue,at dwelling
house on Wain Street. Joliti, Gray ialmilding two_
cottages in the village. F. P.4lunnell
ing, two cottages on the Avenue, and the one al
ready painted will compare very favorably
any building of the •like• size in tdvibl
has also converted the brushy, Marshy flat into - U
cortifield, and the stony, stuttipy side hill above
it, nto a.stumpless and smootho grain field.
Bred has a very pretty notion of shiniug up a
rough pie" of lanO.
To CaTiap3PONl*DiTS.—Meenie .
your verses are not poetry;' "grove" and "above"
are not rhyme, either; and your feet and logs
are badly lop•rided ; bppyolF pardon' , .,we ip can
the meter.) AS to magazine writing—when the
best writers in the country are not half employed,
and when each of our leading monthlies receives
fuom one to two thousand articles each month,
most of them very passable, of which they sel
dom publish more than two or three, you will see
that you stand about as much chance ofsucceed
ing in magazine work as yott do of being struck
by, lightning. If you are eager to take " a band
in'tbo world's work," as you intimate, can't .you
get a sitoation• as a dairy woman ,witieh, is ill
healthy, honorable and useful occupation.
—J. 8., there is some vigor in your" style, and
you have ideas; but what you sendfi is not po t .,
etiy. We publish two stanzas, verbo ti im et puno—
ttiatinz. Compare them with the early verses of
Pope and Cow ley, , and you will see th e difference:
'" Doer reader my tho'ts have been a the wing
*And have bro't roe a subject on wh ch`tO sing
• ,'Tie a very common and useful ipi , g '"
1 . 'Tie reason, , • t
" It enables men or the higher station
To tend the affairs of every nation
What would be our presedt situation ?
—Marie N., no. NOYouAg„ anon who apeDa
the ultimate of his first name " ric" is fit for
matrimony. You will survive it: puppy-love is
not as serious as you suppose. We had an at—
tack in our younger days, that got is on us be
tween the mumps and measles. It lastedthree
or four months, daring which we wore haunted
by a rabid desire to wed a light blue dress and a
head of tow-colored hair, and work ourself to
death in proof of our devotion. To be near our
Divinity, we hired out to her father to boa and
‘ 4 pick stun" on a bard, rocky farm, At 4 .fpqrdoli7
tars a month. - By tho Limo we had earned`twelve
dollars at. that sort of thing, we felt better.—
Hire out on a farm, or go as apprentice to some
DECORATION DAY.—This day is be
ing accepted—very rightly and properly—as a.
national holiday.. Our exchanges' come laden'
with particular" and lengthy descriptions of the
ceremonies observed on that day, and of the high
honors bestowed on the memories=of men who
died that the nation might live. In many lasge
towns the day seems to hove taken rank as hardly
second in importance to Independence Day. • We
should like to lint it on record that' this village,
second to none in loyalty during l our dark days,
was among the first in point of doing honor to
our dead soldiers , on Decoration Day. But the
:truth must be told': the....4emonstration was far
from being what it should b - dv -been—what we
trust it will be in future years.
A respectable audience gathered at the church;
there was a prayer by Rev. Mr. Calkins, a well
worded address road by Dr. Buck, and some very
genial end spirited remarks by Rev. N. L. Rey
nolds; after which the crowd quietly dispersed.
Many went to the, cemetery, 'and, flowers were
placed on the soldiers' graves therein. But the
affair lacked the spirit and impressiveness of si
milar ceremonies at the South over the Confede
rate dead. There they keep the day with th'
most intense feeling and enthusiasm; there
entire population turns oat; all business is sup
pended; bands of music, followed by companre
of young girls dressed in white crape and laden'
with flower wreaths, visit and decorate the grayee
of their soldiers. All show that they feel the
solemn significance of the occasion.
Captain Niles, who has been an eye witnese of
the way this day is observed in_SontluCarolina l ,
says that the man who can witness the real moor.
ning of the Smith over her dead heroes, - ivithidry
eyes, must have a hard spot in him somewhere.
No suppose no man Of sense looks on tho ob
servance of this day as a political affair, and we,
are thci•efuro surprised and pained at the Fact,
that we saw not one Demoorit of our acquain
tance at the church on Decoration Day.
tot us next year commenee to make tur i ng!-
.t. lit time, and let the day be obterved ( with
the honors and ceremonies which are eminently
appropriate, in memory of our dead heroes.
ATROCIOUS DEPRANITY.--AMOR di e
eaves tried in court the pas( week, was, ono that
oihibited an amount of brutal depravity, ?Vl
nately rare, but containing such lessons to jurors,
..n wall as to parents, that we do not feel justified
in passing 14, by with a mere notice. We allude
to the case of the Commonwealth vs. William
Phillips, in which the defendant Wail charged
with rape; in the first count, and assault, with
intent to commit rape, in the second. It was,
proved, on the part of the Commonwealth,, that
en a certain day during last October, the defend-,
ant inclncs i l n young woman4-whose name we
0 take a seat in his buggy for a ride
village, sonic four or five wiles die-
girl wa proved to have borne a geed
od tiil3 iequainte2 ATM), Phillijm.—
tan t. The
chat 11Mer, 1
Once ln , po.session ..f her, so to speak, Phillips
seeins to L i ire been actuated by a brutal loter l
itH to lose her until be bad consortium.
ted his purouse. Ile.refused to take her to her
frielnds in Westfield; and insisted on taking her
for a ride up to Harrison Valley, though she ob
jected strongly, and'insisted on being taken to
her friends at Westfield. To this I ,he paid no
heed, hut drove up tho valley to a small inn kept
lay a Mr. Ilurlbut.. Hero he stopled,andendea
vored to make the girl drink whisky, inidiar Pre
teneoof its being good toy check thtieOld,"_brit
without avail. Before starting for We/stile/4i
however, on the advice of re landlord, she took
a little wine, which bad ev dently been drugged
Late in the pvening he (started for Westfield,
the girl urging hint :to take her Noma at once,
which be promised to do; a but, after , driving a
mile or two, ho turned off abruptly in the 4144-
tion of an untenanted building, where•ho made
brutal attack on the girl whom he was bound
in honor to protect, in a manner which we cannot
pat tieularise further than to say that .success In
it mould have 'entitled hiin-to fifteen years in the
penitentiary. HO did not succeed' at this time,
and again started in the direction of Westfield,
tYreateri trio' glitirataftried but - of attetupted
t escape him. Being familiar with the locality,
be next selected a lonely: place, that ho' thcipght
better adapted to his pUrprotte,• and again' droire
off - the road, threatening thelife of the now the,
roughly frightened,girl if klio did
this time she was conscious of being drugged,
kut Act to nob 0010 al iq maim) t 1 mea.
MI t °dl/ Y Pqr t e ; B 4 - f i t lal, t hg - iiiliii - 4 .
r*,X, 14 to u PO f . ,
Juto lii !Aft Iggyitt*/ It i ,
p wlse li st lifint i und r _
s itia iiiro g iuduri thind ; i i ii
by relining. , - Its e 4, big s , ~..„'
of Weigtlield,„biltri§spolklmolut tittitilir
and Wood by threats Itild'..vp once - to - le b
buggi, again, - he swearing he would take her di
rectly to •Westfield, which, promise, ,he itiattkt,
driving into the village about midnight; ,put in
's'end Of stopple& be drove through the town at
full 4eeakend int9Ahe tivfibAl4ttl OP rititrMl l .l
nearlAi levelwith the hilsB7l ll 9Qr.. 4,0 1 1114 4
used tbreate'againat her life unleskalle - yiel4a;(
and, threat!' proVing riguirsiling,,ln'i seizedihir '.
and hold a handkerchief '.ihri.'robritil.l. The
victim only remembers that the handkerchief
was Wet, and that she experilna* sense of
focattOn, a ft er which all 1s i t lyi heir, until she
t o ne herself among Mende to nail day, sick,
t e9d lame from a sprain, received in Jutapi o ng 1
from stfiii,iniggi *heit'attbmpt 'to, Ysaiqui . :' *The
rest 4f the evacuee ie by
corroborates the above.. It is too instal and Iro
voithili for particular detail in a decentnawspa•
per, :but'a fiVr'leitding palate may Ins undo glad-
oien4Y, 'PzPitoijitt,l l . ' 94.o4i
„ifi• . 7
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Dr. Beagle. teetifies, to,being sllaltid •
.PPI I IOI7
early in the morning-by Phillips, who A . gwanted
to sheer ..' Min 1 sontothinin '. What - be' bad td;
" gloisw'ritna . ttiainyieli . . abliii 3 O 4 •ftirf,, iyAtiron La'
tavern- parch in i: ii,,,eitate Of:sliegeec4 'expos4l4,--
The inferno - us propositions whicb,he mede,te:ftla
doctOr concerning the :drugged: and insemsiblo ,
girl;cannot be told' heri; 'and-hie beastlyoMM•
duct; on the spot made it necessary for the
'Wide force in restraining him.
Tie utter paralysis of; moral sense in this
young man, : pay ybe inferred the feet that
be .boasted of this performance when on a " ben
,deet in AddisOniatidiatheilluaie& bingelkien
iiiiii lgßakeintectfif T O l JA k' PCi l l' z ir 4 . ,l4l !A us i g ' l Ft.
flo lilear was the case that, by; ad v i ce oz.;itopfpia,,
•hilleaded gUiliiic;" the Count' of'illitrtill,4o.l'
au the nitire's . erieitklfount'lntiatc4roppled,iss
i t '
get Trwithf " *itikie g thb u iiiiitik"
griffin 9 el ,our
~ . •
tia4 and a Anti of ~ 1 .+5,n_0. _WA 4/ 1 4! ..,./A 04!
of the fifteen years penidtyiwouldlMTO pean►izters
in dodOrdanao':itlth justice. - - ; -:..., i .:.P,
'Aimee! tvlt ' b heard the case inderstaxid
whet,Wmere Outline we have: keen 6;9014' to
givb of this obscene case. And pareeti atuirgnek
diaps who have girls to lOok after, will not fail to
poilder this able deeply. There is at least a
valeable lesson in it fer these who may be in,
ehergo of, and rosponsibts — for, young woman.
The lecture of -Major :T. lgorrla Oboe=
ter tbe colored 'speaker, came 'olf.ondluesday
evening, May 30. • 'lke lecture rise rather mode:-
ratOliattended;but,ktive very 'geed
It :wee not brilliant, but entertalulpiflnett**,
tire, rather' thin ; take it all arettnd,, a
median White; etteh ai 'deny of our Oltiseue se•' :
cuetonied to public opeakin4 'Can' esnal L on a" . •
week's notioe. - • ;
. . . „
Chri MINSTRELS.—We have "it bind
of •home minstrels, who-gave two performances
on:two successive evenings of last week, Wed
nesday and Thursday. Theimusio and singing
wore good, and we are pleased to say that they
good houses. Some, of the singers have
voices quite niiiillie:aVerage of publki lingers,
and the performances were better than those of
some "troupes" who have visited us with much
flourish of trumpets ,arkd doable headed posters.
Gio and hear the minstrels. ' •
THE WEATHER ETV' ; -:-.TO'Criir
thinking, the season Is one ,of great PrOMAiie'ris,
regards that Most important of all interests, the,
agricultural. We hear much complaint that the
grass is Injured,' fruit ' dettroyed,-etc.' We haie
beard that . same• story every June tor the last
forty years; end in all that time we do net roe.
olleot any'yearin which there was not a sum
mer, or in'Whieli seed tithe was not followed by a
harvest, plentiful inough to Supply every man ,
woman and child in the lancil*lih a suiliefeing of
food, with a s lue for exportation .; Simons
vary, however ;: ut we think the present one will
give, on the trbo ri, more food•thare the season of
1870—more than ; we shall 'need • for • henie eon
enmption . The ;grass crop is undoubtedly in
jured to some extent by the tiresome series of
sharp frosts in May, following on - the unusually
warm weather in April. Apples, with the excep
tion of a few late blossoming varieties, are pretty
etfeetually,done or,, also; but wheat,, rye, coin
Old oats are is a promising condition, and the:
potato crop "gives piomise, that; coupled with the
reduction in.the priOe of wiring, meat carry joy
tir the. heart of , every tans tieraociS.
COURT PRoCEEDINOS, MAY TERM:—
The grand jury found the following true bills :
Stapben French, for alsanlt ifith intent" - to
*llRani B:obirieOn; efpiault and batte ry; .
-John kiiditagb;aseitnikansizbittgi.' 7 1.
William'Bluok, nollingllo4 , witbont:lliconsa;
On; aelling liquor "otiAiin - 40.7`
' • Reuben' Taylor,"iwanft and bittnri..`, ". 1 , •
; A. Jool ,Gravel, obtaining good! on falsiiiet4l.7
William Black, selling liquor to minors.
Bill against henry Erway ignored; prosecu—
tor, Reuben Taylor, to pay the costs.
Bill against Abram
- Plank and George Wood
ignored ; prosecutor, Thifinas Stone, to pay the
, On the indictment for selling liquor without
WiMain Black Waifourid guilty, And.sen..
Wooed to pay a fine 0f.550 and coats. - Found
;guilty on the one for selling on Sunday, and gen
tended to pay a fine of V 25 and mniergo' an im
, prisonment in the county jail for a period of, ten
;days.' On-the other indictment he was diseharg.,
ed. and the proseCucor, litiohsel Mliteho* to pay
In relation io 'the other indletniente, some were
put over, and some arranged ed as not to 'come to.
trial at this term.
The meat conaiderab lo.Coinnionirealth snit:was
the .one against
the indictment with, three courts; one for. repo,
and two for assault with intent t commit . rape:
None prow:jut a t s to Ant connt,b3riesie of Court,
and defendant pleading gidity'tti the ether two,
was sentenced to .pay a fine of . $5OO yid poets,
and to undergo imprisonment, by separate ,and
solitary confineMent in the'Eastern Penitentiary,
four yeas. ,
Let any on, who is in the habit of
taking that last nap, just try turning out at 4 A.
M , for once, and if he or she Is not satistled . with
the result these glorione - June mornings—turn In
again, sleep_all day, and charge us for, the time
Yesterday we stepped into Dr. Roy's'
office for a bottle of his medicines, and were .
somewhat surpritied at the doctoi's buelnese en r i
largements. , Twenty-two years ago wo became;
acquainted.vrit Dr: Roy. Hew thee, as now,:
a quiet, - cons iintions, •itno — iivei christian c
with nothing f
,the bigot i r 03 - trusiviO)l f eheri
about him. His advice in sickness was . always
good—often free. , A fearful accident in-chemical
expOriments 'partially blinded, him more -thani
twenty, years ago ; and we remember, with-some
feeling, the patient, sensible lay, iik which he
endured his sad infliction. ,
The doctor had been accountetskillful-in some
two'or three diseases peculiarly incidental to Milt
region; and he turned his attention to the reme;
dies - he bad found-most effective, when no longet
able to practice medicine. Fifteen years ago we
said, 'through a city paper, that his "cholera
drOps" was the best remedy for 'dyseiniery'ead
oholera morbue wa had any knowledge tit'. Foot
years ago the present Simmer- we, were,in the
tropics; and bad a chance to *till further test the
"drops" on patients viho Were decidedly: hard iiii,
with dysentery, some cases being chronic). We
never failed to oure,a vase, and, as our treatment ,
was gratuitous, we'rutt Oat of the " drops" in a
few months. ...... 1
, With the doctor's " salutifer" it was much the
suite. I And we only wish t 0 add; :.there am
natent s thedlcini3 ittnitbtigs in - teite Yd,rif,'whd ;aie
worth niillioni, ali'made;bieelltrtirdedicineki les
,wition one old,. fO t aid D.
Roy is carefully compounding, and very Modest&
recommending, in , our- little village;--and the
doctor is a regular Member of "the faculty.":
- ' "
COUNTY EBB : DO/VS. -We aicilegaefitei4
by the County Commissioners to - call ;the atten
tion of Supervisors to the following act OflonAno
bly, passed in 1840, page 203 of Pamphlet Lewis :
." 13. That frOm and after the first day of
September nett. It shall be the - duty:of; Voila:as
sioners, of roads and hihways 9f the seVeral
townships Of Tioga - cou nty, keep iu rePaiir
'county bridgei, and to pay the'eirpenses thereof
?out'Of, the funds of the tOwnidtip'.wbere
bridge is. loci i 7d; etoept; oasee - wheraTthe re-
pairs iirkeisa loos d,
madgrat - OAt time , ihill;lNC•
teed the slim of' twenty . Oilarsai . whioiCiduill be
Made'vuider tho direction' ofi and the wpm:dies
tberepf pkid by, the Commissioners of the laid
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Into this market, which he offer to the pAlle at Amines that citcoot fail to give
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ts, Oilcloths 41 1 HOusekeepersGoods
- • a speciality. The 7 41E •,;,`• 10 1 4 -e
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very attVaotive. All are invited to yell and' examine and
eeifor , t4e4le '
' R ifDEN
will b" Pun
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Rea y - Made ,:cos ,--- .;
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The 'l4' hest Market Price paid far'
S—STRICTLY CARL NO
...p ! ?jmn.onago of Ito pnblio
"• ; •
Hato & Caps,
Maio call and 1
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llAVEluseoptinedtbeir New Stook of SPRING G•oops itad-ida gelling
.501/ Pieces of the
best Prints at 10 cents per yard. Best y4d itide'stiufkdard 13holdiag,'at 8,- 9,lo,arid 11
per yard. Our stook of
.„4ftstqotete, inolndigg i g the best brands of
7,,, r.` , 4 , r- 4 •k ':-;.`,`1',' ,,, .1 1 , .5;,.'
pi-. -' 1 .1441 , 4lPaccii: i'.-- 13 ""amp-,,Toplins ai4d Silks; Pure Mohair eranadiers
-:-.7,-Zi--?' ' eicalei.., - Chticrielia, Lazong, Pobe Patterns, Coloreil Al-
; • - 1 - 31 1
We have a good assortment of th
'.V51.4 6 5 We CaP:
Yankee Notions and. Rfrinuningiu
We have a large quantity of BOOTS an! SHOE'S. to edit the feet
,and puree of all
• •: • ; • who will favor ae with
_eau: to'nr itoorof •
READY MADE CLOTHING, itat ‘ B,i 044; Stra , kGocids is
entirely-new ; -very extensive,-and v ery_ cheap, GROCERIES_
and _PROVISIONS, *Alive' in 'abundan9af;
MA's forget Our !Maisie°
rs-47tin dry is and you will
40IffitE8Ibillit IN 1872. •
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The Ghetipai- Phiee i Tot'ili -Your'
t 1 j
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t ro uh
1 1"Eamirmass ilitt*otly
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ii. Mock of the:-.:;',l*;,ltyleg.:oll,
AND A PULL *005.01:,
-:t--, ~+:r .
- r:- - r-,
lAi'ese Grass Clot*
&C., &O. Welavo as elegant linti of
35 ORBITS* PER YARD.
eat ety_lee of :Spring and &Minter Sliiiitl4 et-uoiipm
%*ltlptaaits the largest assortment of • •
s, Lajas acid ii4bboUs, and a full Mock of
took of WiIITX,OII4%*JTE
oes - how It 1. youroolf.-. „
, , 1
0. ,O. MA.THERO.
t!,.Ii I AR/CE
/ , ::.
: 4 ; ft,.
000 1 YY SPO T &c.
II • • •
di. , And, to show
WICKHAM a FARR.
• Mat audeteipedr wanes of I Portable
Cardisif Molds% two Lathe'
and a run of Prenoh Burr exle. attached, are
prepared to 1111 orders in their lielnele, at US
Charleston, Pa. • ' • -
The above property le in good running order;
and will bo said at a fair ' price, and on reaeon ff
'r able time. • '
For pardoulare. inquire of 'Geo. W. Marfa,
• Wellsboro, or . • ALONZO WHITNEY,
on the yremUet,
' May 4 ; 1811011 : •
, _i s •
16:Y.' , TRUMAN,
A. A. WOMAN.
1.4 - 1 (14 , 1
f.v. • t: ;
• - •••
4 4 ke M. bighorn & Co.,
• o t 4
fonytierlyollll*l .1 1 . Witil&M, end ere ad
Oat to the Ilfolth I die Hue of °Dodo, consist.,
Pig Of •
is ,Biusiti,' 'Pt:hue AtedioiO4, .kanhfe!
i Notion:Pi tilints.?Oils, Vann:Shea, '
. f - Tarniils Brushes, Paint,
,I. Paint Brushes, I
kept in aAr
#_!? 4 ,! °; ; ',f i ? 1 1 P /14 e
Wall Paper, Window Bkader mut Thiluvil
-we eitttnia .44444444, Van, gstd ettaniao
eciOda 0114 kW 4011 01 4 80,011 tainaere•
P suet:non paid toPtrysittaiss Pieschip-
Ito ;an / eomponaded at all boar. •
' ti rt.'
. nicinAle a ' cO:
Ktoe t c.
117.443•71 L • •11 ,
will tell at Pabllo Auction
# I "I. ° An I P IS PO I ! " , R1 1 :014
,June 15' 1871. and
goods are disposed. of. Bale
• • , • " •.,
W. ELIAS TIPPLE.' •
Sill are SqUireS9
WHOLESALE DEALERS 1k?
Voreiga it, Domestic Liquors
Agents for Fine Old WhiskieN
'Grave A. sua,,
G. N. Slump, CORNING, N. Y.
May 17, 1871.
vEGETABLE . SICIIA
i HAIR RENEW R
I.i _ s
Is the only perfecto and
preparation of its kind
ever offered to the public,
and has no competitor
in _ tnerit. By its use
GRAY HAIR is soon
restored to its original
youthful color and .bril
lianey,.-Which is so much
admired by . all. Persons
whose hair is thin (whiling.
out will, by the use of our
Renewer,Son see its good
effects, as,-b its ionic and
stimulating properties the
hair, glands will beineited
and the hair ' gionr thick
and strong again. In cases \
of Baldness it will create
a now growth unless the
follicles are destroyed. , It
its cooling, and ally 's all
itching and irritation of
the scalp. It does not stain
the skin as do dyes, but
makes tl e scalp white and
clean. s a DRESSING
it is th best - and most
economi al preparation in
the wo d, as its effects
last so ch longer. Send
for our Treatise on the
hair, to all, by mail.
Sold bi t all Diarists and Dealers in Medicine.
Price one Dolls; pee Bottle.
R. P. HALL & CO., Proprietors.
LASOBOOIII4 ILUSITA, Y:8.
Aug. 3, 1870-17. '
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Gen'l Insurancl) Agency
KNOXVILLE, TIOGAi CO., PA
Lifr;, Fire, and Accidental.
Assets over $24,090,000.
ASSETS C7 ..' S COMPAIIIMS.
Ina. Co. of North Acterioa, Pa $3,050,535 60
Ennklin Pirellis. Co. of ma, Pa, 3,087,452 35
North British & gereintilit ins. Co.
of London and Edinburg, 10,000,000
North Amer. Fire Ins., CoJ of N. Y. 500,000
Niagara Fire Ins. Co.of N. 1,000,009
Farmers Mat. Fire Ina. Co., York, Pa. 909,8891$
Pacenix MAL Life Ins. Co. of Hart
ford, Conn. 5,081,00 6
Penn'a Cattle Ins. Co. of Pottsville. 000,000 0
Total • 524,249,847 8.4!
„ • .
• 1 9 81 !ralcre proniptly effected by mail or other.. ,
Whop on all . hinds of Property. All losses:
promptlfadinsted and paid. lave !took insnr..
ed against death, fire or theft. ‘•
All communications, promptly attendad to
Office on Main Street,i2d door above °birch st: l
Kamilla, Pa.. . WM. 8.13M1T0 •
April 25, 1871.-if, . ' • Agent.;
-4 ' : :: - FIRE4INgliiiiiNCLf , ,,,,,
• i 1
' I .
I • .1•
inies Policies Brat-dais Closspaaiss at as
1 -icow z MILE 4-60311"
grant Paprattat.. It '
Jai. 4, 1871;4i.•
The Cheapest Place la the State
For rhotogriphs 1
1 CARDS for 60);trtitt.*141****tronand
F frames for U. ' oht Vara oopiod, en.
id and SWAM. in tit final arm. 'Near
Imam and tr RtAttlittprir on
or fantail to order,'
Roo= overeirlinoes gm a
145 1 1871 a 7 i ; ►Ol
„ '.l. ~ . :- .1 .
Ai g003;i,110W 14082 1 , BOW,_IIIIBTOR. 4
Susi pub li shed by DR. BWIEVIIit '
pa s. latitlditien. THWIIIID CAI: Clolitij • '
A” ON AND QUID& TO;11BA TB; on. the. .
nilTgOpreof Spev)nntolebota j or • ' al Weak ! ,
, ini , oltantaty., gathipil Losses Isslotoney,
Meutil bid Physimd Incapteity, edimentite •
Marriage; etc., and the Venereal d ektyptioitio •
Maladies, tith plain, and clear, , tionefor the .
sp*dy,curootliccoidary Sympte ,CI ozumlitaa,
Mets; Strictures, .and'all dhiMissir of the 'Oak
such as Snort", ficroftilal 'Glee*, sous, Blotoltea '
and Pimples on the Ibee and body, Conansipttelt, .
•Bpirepsy, and Fits, induced by ~self•indulgenee
or sexual extratagati 'o. ' ' c ' ' I .
The celebrated , mister, ill this adMirable Tres.
Use, clearly , de out les; ;from a forty years' •
successful practice. at . thi . .,;darnatug
quonce Of self abate maY •be radically aided ;
pointing out a mode\ 0 cure at onite'sbnple ' con.
tain, and effectual, ,by .maana of which eve*
sufferer, no matter what his condition . may be,
cab be effectually cured, ohcaply, privately, and
radically. . .
This Book a/mulatto iti the bid& of ev. _
cry youth, and every man it the Luid. '
Sent under seal, in aplsioofle400 0 „ w oo 60
cents.. Address, DR. LEWIS, No. it Beitokilt o
BAKER. az, SON
AT WESTFIELD, PA.,
!BEEP, ON HAND, AND MAKE TO ORDER'
;'Ai r e do net propose to sell cheaper than the
oheapest, but make in' good se the BEST at
reasonable prices. We aim do painting in the
highest and beat style et the art. Any one •
Tanting anything in our line will please CIALL.rt
• H. BAKER A SON.
• Westdeld, kiaroh 22,-tf.
TO TUE WORM:NO OLASS.—rWe are now prepared
to foridsh all claasei with constant employment at
;home, the whole of the.time or for the spare moments.
Business new, legs and profitable. Persons of either
sadly eistifrom 60c:to $5 par evening'; and * pro
rhitdsulil sum by devoting their Witch dine to die
ulnas. Boys and girls eerie holly aS muck as WM.
t all *be see this notice they send their address,
'end test the business, we mike this unparalleled °fear
' , To such as are not well eathilled; we will send to pi
;kr the tronbie of writing. Pull particulars, a vainabg
Omple which will do to commence work on, and a
copy of f7er .Peeple's gitergry Ossipasders--one of, the
largost and best ritually newspapers published—all sent
free by mail. Roeder, if yen watit'permanimt, 'profita
ble work, address
1 ' S.O. 'ALLEN & Aiieuirrs, Wm.
&Oil 1,9,1871.-810. - •
$5 To $lO Pei. Day. r i ll I ,lllN a
FOR S whb engege in ,our new btoklnea make from $5
to $lO per day In th eir own localities. Null parthmlars
pad Imitructiona.aent free by. mall: Tboao in need of
permanent, profitable work, should' address at once.
FIPORGHST/NBON & CO., Portland, Maine.
Ai C 18,1871.-Bm. .
Vilinable Town, Property
FOR SALE. •
THE enbscrlber offbrs for sale the following
ij property, vie : 20 village lots situated on
State Street, 4 lots situated near 'Sheridan at.,
acres of land near tho cemetery. This property
will be sold at moderate prices and time given;
'also the house and lot Of - Chas. Williams, near
.the Di. E. Church. Tho subscriber ionise agent
!for the North Carolina .;,and Company. Par:""
:ties desiring to visit -that sodden can get Rail
read tickets at reduced prices, and also valuable
information in reference the Company from
May 10, 1871-tf. W. SHERWOOD.
Pictures tind, lerctotos.
014 i Piettascee eole& a& (s
-lake& to y ate.
Aft'Aft'Ottit VT 040 TED
`10.13 Veto. ttO.lltt
May ii, 1
HOUGHTON, ORR & CO.,
STONY PORK; PA.
Buggies, Sulkies, .
Platform Spring, Truck and
sLETUaS,4AD 808 SIXDS,
'We are prepared to do anything in in! lino"
on ebort notice and In the beat manner. Biala:
t H974HTON; ORR k CO;
lIASTINB & 00T!ES,.. Agtio, We!labor°.
Stony Pork. April 5,1871:
eiVine steak now ready,
el a both of !tower* and
Vesee n das i sto at IWO •ftsiett VW*
ost Pink , r Yeehefee, tenet Coleus,: and
a ;elitetil t ast tut tribal/tit& •Green Holm
and ellailitztiptasow, •-• , i:/ - „
Eaßlylork, :Wakefield pi 1? mkt cab
have-Nita vatietiee In l'heli tease . ' then
dower pota,' ma and'eittlient 'salt satiated,
'Urns; Hanging Itattete,, and weed .plant lad
ers, as•stioap as the chea . ItttiOpest.. Be d As wit%
Wt. '"• " ',Nr.Bk
' ' Vrettsbori),llo . 24,lB7l4tE •'-
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