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fliE TIOP COUNDllgalill:
i s PUDLIBII 3 D ViritY WEDIUDAY ItOILWLIG BY
I I ,
p . C. Van Gelder.
fEDIS OF mann INVARIABLY IN oven,
itibeeriptlou, (➢er year)
RATES OE ADVERTISING.
TEX 1,109 of 241NioN OIL L 7.138, DIAL. ONi 1344trABA
11n.1 Blne I 4 Ins I liblos I 611loa I IYr
.„ I $l,OO I $2.00 I $2,50 I 15,00 I $7,00 I $12.00
!-0.000 8,00 6,00 I 8,00 112,00 I 18,00
110,0116,001 17, `' - 22#0s0OCe 160,00
1 1 23,00 1 80,00 4 ,00 1 60,00 1100,00
sy speCial NACOS 16 cents per line; Editorial or
•at 2frents par line.
iroient n arcotising stntr,bis ynid for 1p: adrlttloo •
tce Ulaulte, Constabla; BlatilisiDeodjOadir
mArrlage Cortifitot'els,'#o"on tiancl, •
ji PARKHURST & CO.,
JOll5 PAIIKOVItiIY. EL TANI.)
C. L. ronios. K p A
Ihy Jl, 101-INit! is
83e14 1 ' COOtoa & Co.
Sli ERS, tirlosvillo, Tioga, County, Pa.—.
money on depoalt, dlaccilnat notes,
sell draft) on New York City.
~:proavtly me,de.—Jan I,lBll—y
GEO. W. MERRICK )
1101iNti r and COUNSELOR, at.L.4.W.
in Smith' and Borren'slosi,aoroas hell
:a Agitator Office up stem [second floor.]
Iletioro Pa, Jan. 41811-Iy.
Jno. I. Mitchell,
goy and Counselor at Law, Claim, and In
/raw Agent. Office over Ercee's Drug Store,
Viralloboro, Pa. • Jan. 1, 1811-7
William A. Stone.
tomes , and Counvelor at La*, drat door above
Convert° a Oegood'i Wm, on Main °treat.
Wellsboro, January 1, 1871 y
Jno. W. Adams,
!:iciey and Counselor at Law, Mansfield, Tioga
,Jiaty, Pa Collections promptly attended
0, JAC. 1, IS7l—y
Wilson Si, - Niles,
:Draw aaa Counselors at Law. Will attend
iromptiy to business entrusted to their care in
•io coasties of Tinge and Potter. Office on
:e Avenue. Jan. 1, 1871 y
F.W Los.] [J.B.Nuas.
John W. Guernsey,
,rosy dud Gouußolor at Law. All buoinoeu
-zrabted to him w 0,1 bo promptly attended to.
1 :o 2d door tlunth llaalett'o Howl, 'pogo,
toga Conay, Pa.-1-J : am. 1, 1871.
.tioty end Enrurance Agent. Coro.
.a.mielhoos rent to the above addrore will re.,
:cre prompt attention. t Terms moderate,
Pa.—Jan, 1, 1871.
Seymour tt Horton . ,
:.racy!, and Couumelora at law, Tioga Pa.
t i ,:),, t uoss el/tram-tad to their earo willrooolto
7t , apt Attention.
.ILceruuuu J. C..lloLlTorr.
I. lii l y
II .11171 IsTII.(rISG. SAUUEL wmg,
iirms4ong & Linn,
ILLIANI 2 .PORT,
311 1, 1.871-y.
'N. D. 'iorbell & Co.,
DruitglEtc, and dealers in Wall Papor,
iorosono 4nolps, Window Olaes, Perfumery,
?Ainte, Oi &o.—Corning, N.Y. Jan,lll.
BaCOll, M. AL,
',slelau uitd 6urgoon,let doot east of Laugher
Siroei. Will ntantl proinptly to
1.111;1. Woilaboro.—Jan. 1, 1871.
A. M. Ingham . , M. D.,
loutopatbiet, °ince at his Residence on the
IToone.--Jan. 1, 1871.
George Wagner, .
Livr. Shop first door north of Roberts &
(Y: Hardware awe. Cutting, Fitting und Ro
;iiring Bono promptly and wolf.—Jun.l,lB7l
p, Pa., E. M. Smith, Proprietor. lioure in
n.l c.ll,lltlon to acootamudate the traveling
n 1 superior manner.—Jon. 1, 1871.
Farmers' Temperance Hotel.
'.ll. MON ROE, having purchased this house,
iu future a:4 in the past, strictly
:telnprince fl Every necounuo
-1.:!oa f r wan and qust. Charges reason-
Inuary 1, 1571
1. B. Can Horn, Proprietor, Wellaboro. Pa.
h3llse is pleasantly located, and hte all
:tativenienoes for elan and beast. Charges
:;icrate,—Jan 1, 1871-Iy.
W. W. W DUB, M. D.,
Physician a :Id Surgeon.
'met—Opeuing ow of i llattings do Cole i e
1;• Store —mar. 1, IS, l•
••.-._ . • . .
c. P. sNuni, ha. now on hand iin
o pu' :wortment 4LOI tho latolt et los of
noy Goods, Parasols, Gloves,
lUBBONS, FLOWERS, ho.,
itbiie is seelliug at very low priees. Drop
ind t!..4) iiio uaw gimvlS.
-1 4, 1871-tf
Nlro. C. P. SMITE!.
1 ,., . t ILif FOR SALE.
1:E ~a , . -r. ,,e r otter, Cro sale his form of 56
[1 '".,. rl- ,, -nris •ioo cr,ud in Cattirrllollow,
i ',.:,tan, l'Hint,roanty, l'1„; within al.r.mt, four
e , ,f WetlOrorq and two tnikie of Niles Vul.
1 legit. :':^1ool hours, ohuroh, millsi shop*,
I•, Klt.lin a Mlle. TOTIII 4 glaxy. IVIIIVIITD On
';VJIlte , , „f r 0. CATLIN.
ilv; 17 1' , 71 tc 'lc
litfi'ilA fOli • Sale .%
‘iE HUNDRED A CRP.B with eighty
tor , s inn.rovcl, and rituated nntir tcf i rf
. ••%%. 11,, A
, south of If eiusbur,r. 'lbis 1 .
. I t. , waltis a comfortable hoot', two good
i tans oinoty fruit trees. :rt ie well adapted
t 4 fling and agrieul turn. Tcrio env. fo
e 'Jthe .üb•eribor at Ma ineburg, l'a
,-, 511,1v71-ti J. A. BOYCE.
ew Jewelry Store.
Undcrerignrd %4 ull respectfully say to
t:e citizen.* of act shore and vicinity, that
%s qet,eil a
" building recently occupied by C. L. Will.
Hit stcek compriotes a full assortment of
LooEs, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
SILYER AND PLATED—WARE.
W ARRINER, one of the beet workmen
3ctthern Pentisllvania, will attend to tho
RE PATRING OF WATCHES
CLOCKS &C., &C., dee.
skill(u) of whirh hie Bove - atm
tritrucal exp4rionce ruffipierr guarantee.
8. B; WARRN ER.
t ilstoto, Aug 23, 1871-tf.
:nit is a p
`make it a
rive and do •
T IE told'
manta of el
of Ahe lutes
4 , '
vor hlm wit
as eat be ob
Plated , Spode
A largo stook
March 1, 1
OPENATIVE AND MECHANICAL
a ~ - DENTIST.
:e Cone House, WoHaber°, Pa. All
iatly and carefully performed, Sat.
kan teed at 'live and lot live prices.'
ri tr •
Feb 22, 18
And havo la
being more t.
their cola of
Comp a my for
The Sing e r
Sold over the
Sold otter the
Sold over the 'Grover eft Baker
Sewing Haitian. 0.,.._ 70,4.31 do.
Sold over the owe Mashies Go., 52,077 do.
Sold over the nester err Nilson
iv Co ;, ' .... 4 5,625 do.
all of which i; . mainly owing to the popularity
of what is ha WU as the "Neer FAMILY Surto°
Aii.eutzts,"•whieh Is now fast finding its way
into every w 11 regulated household.—For Cir.
'waters giving follyarticulars of Machines, their
Folding Case tif 'ninny 'Varieties of wood and
finish, their_ _ ttichnients for numerous kinds of
workorhich, till recently, it was: thought that
delicate fingers alone could porform, as well as
particulars tit all articles used by their Ma
chines, such s Twist, Linen Thread, Spool Cot
ton, Oil, &0., ! I S:0., apply to tiny of their Author.
4et.l Agents, or to . ,
' TipMANVFACTURING 00.
'458 Breaci l viayi New Yoi .Philadelphia
Office 1108 0 °stunt Bt.
March 17, 871—th
lorgeEt and lie
tion of the'Co.
Instruments bonet or taken In
to let. figr• All orders for re
ning promptly attended to.
,1 W. MeINTOSIL Agent.
All kinno er,
1 11 () I
O hl', ("legal'
L I Faa
gilt E Subscriber offers for sale his farm, situ.
JI L sited to the town of Delmar, some eight
miles from Wpshore. Said farm oontains 75
sores, some 0 of whioh is improved; good
frame barn 30 / 42, and a good log house, and
some fruit trees thereon. Bald farm is nava
passed for fertility of soil in this seiq.,a. For
particulars io nire of the subresiber at the office
o f 0. W, Dion e ck, Esq., 'Wencher° Pa.
April 19, 181—tf. A. REDFIELD.
WHEREAS I loiters testamentary to the es
tate of' Zervia Wilson, late of Wellaboro,
Tioga county. i tmve been granted to the subsori•
bars, all parse 8 indebted to the said estate are
requested to intik° immediate payment, and
those baying dialing or demands against the es
tate of the sai deeeient, will make known the
cume without delay to "A. S. BREWSTER,
S. B. NILES,
. tVelldhoro,dtug 30, 1871 6w Executors.
. : F 0R e I fitii
Farmi l ----, ft . _-
on Log Hun withit-o_ ,
Owls al Ant,
rented for a tern of years, atp y to
Wellsboro. 8 i pi 18, 1871. ,P. CONN.
..::s, w~ a ^.:::
! . , ,
( U I
MATCH ST. A TUB AITBNIII3,
. • .
. 11, NITEL, PROP / R.
• P ulaHotel: latelykoptt by 8.-B:
1110 Prokletot will spate no pains to
st.olass • house. All the stages ar.
• art from this house. A good hostler
ga Marble Works.
-reigned Ia I now prepared to eia.
'ordera for Tomb Stoney and Kola.
OR RUTLAND MARBLE,
I style' anti,c4proycdworkmatieW
patoh - ..,,- ',.. - ,It 2.d.: • '.-c
constantly on band Valk kind' of
ill bo little to cult all who may fa..
their orders, on as reasonable terms
aismi in the country.
Ew p att .,
BEES eonstantly en hand, ELGIN
WALTHAM. and SWISS WATCH
arine, Alarm ds Calendar CLOCKS,
Ana -and Forks; Table, Butter and
Cups, Castors and Cake Basket.;
a • Cream Salt Sugar and Mustard
Gold and Agate Rings; Gold Pena
Pearl Fanny and
n.; Watch Guards and Chains, 10.,
• or SPECTACLES, GLASSES, and
tea, all at reduced prices.
hes and Jewelry neatly Repaired.
Man , aoturing Company, -`
AT Tit WORLD'S FAIR,
ed by the homes of the pooplip—
,d tho Groat Award of tilts
IGHEST SALES !
all rivals far behind thorn, for they
SOLD IN 1870
.011) TWitXTY-/DOER TUOUSAND,
RD A. 1113 TITIIITY•TIMMI IitACIIIINZI 1
an forty thousand in advance of
i the previous year, and overforty
mord than the sales of any „other
870, as shown by the following
4WORN returns of the sales of
Witcor GM, Saar
i CO, 98,943 do,
'Weed Souring Ma- ' '
Music Store I
OSITE CONE HOUSE, '
lA-A . 41308 CI . PA.
fienler in all kinds of I
.t e eleotion of MUM.° in this sea
ntry. • Pianos warranted for 20
and Oabinet Organs
t oner's Patent Foot Podal
SA LE, CHEAP.
t, now, leather top baggy ; one
n buggy, nearly now; ono two
• egon ; a good singlo harness.
WRIGHT Jr BAILEY.
AUSEILOP op TinaAeon= Over lefty
17NW and - -111PROTBD'..mit1.Miti4 NOOM Land
C0.101:1118boombinin gall Modern Tmprore•
meats, are run tbrougliton all Trains between Buffalo,
Niagara Bads, dimension Bridge; Cfletallnd s eincln•
nail and New York.
STATIONS. N 6. 1.• No. 5. No. T. No, 8. 9
N. Yolk, L're 900 a m 11.00 a za ,1?„110 Pin ,7:00 p m
Jersey Olty„" a4&' o , 11.14 1 4 , sa a • Tao a
Newark' " 11. 05 41 , - 5.40 * ......
Pfttertion ' ' 19.00'm " •
Tiaras!. " 1043 1.85 Mu T.4s;inp ' 940 99p
Neitr/gli ' 11.40'S m 5;80 p
pt I hrils,'Arr. 11 51 , " ,8.3/1 LEO 41 /COOP al
liattetoo I , 859 p m 9.11 2.21 a m LIS a m
trirtgb 4 488 " 1010 " 815 44, SAS
Wa'4ol7 510 ,10.51 - -AA 4.42
" 46 4i. up 4,40 1 a 41.4
Corning " 094 " ISA izi 5.20 744 :, Cab
Bortiolay'la" 7SS Sup LOO • 't.oo.bra 7.12 DX
Itoollootor " 1027. ..55 asa • 9A5 aat
Buffalo 1040 " o.so a m 11.10 11 - .90 H
Mag " uao too 4, Wla al isaajim
SW. Orldroaa' a' 7.10 " 1 9410. 111- 74 1 0 2 0
" " n
OUttOU 1140 " T. 15 -44, lass.";
Duwark 180 • 7.20 " 411.44 12.41 d .
Biondi/01a Sto uin
30 • 2,10:419 2.20019.
mairialand " 5 50, 0 11.80 p m 7.22:1 4 79 140 955
D 971 011 1 5 50 P 55 TO - .4.050 ID 4.0 f M
Maciimatl " 245 " 0 10.15 "-• - .0.91h" IWO
AllOlOl4 LOW 3 r a attrialle
LOO a. m. except Sundays, troM:traaaP: .
6.00 a. m., daily, from Beutquabiza, •
0.00 a. m daU9, team thunnebana,
12.16 p.m. except Sunday!, from Itatquiana. '
1.16 p except aundayli offiNtmits.• topplng at
Blg Plata 1 80, Oorning' 00,` Pilated`YoWL.2oo.i.ol4
thence, via Avon, to Bu ff alo, arriving at a if p m.
9.00 p m except Sundays, Itom Vlttfbatntot& -
STATIONS. iNo.l2*- ND.lf.
Di0n........ L'eni 9 45 p m i
Daytoa ..... 44 11208 a
Meadville.. a - 11182 .......
Dunkirk " 126 pre •
ouft o t i 6 # 180 6 80p 2111
Bus. Bridp 186 " 686 "
Niagsks Malls 1 146 " 1.5 46, 44
Buffalo " i 240 -" 026
Rochester. " 400 " -640 fl
Hornellsville i 0038upi10 , 20i. -
0 0 rulog... 783 p rolll ••
Birairts 8.10 " 14.2 28 a m
Waverly... " 1 928 847 100
Owego " 5 ) " I1 50 a
Binghamton 119 08 " 2 20-
Port Jervis Az! 268 a Enl 7 06 • -"
Middletown"' i 868":I800" ',•
liewburgD " ... : 1149 am
Turners}.. " 906 Bit
Paterson„., 640 44 110 16 am
Newark. 4.. !7- 00 4 ' i 206 pm'
Jersey City I ". • 4388 " 11068 a m! New Yok " • :7 00 a nrll 10 ' 4 ,
AlW.tional - Local Tiaiiiii-Els*ara•
5 . 40 a in., dally fronillootelssille. • -
5.46 a m„ motleys excepted. from Hon4 44 llo'llle.
0.30 a in. except dundays, frem Owego.
7.60' a En., except Sand eye, from Elmira.
1.68 p.m.. except Sundays, Painted Post,
2,10 p. m., except Sundays, froin
• paily. ' Mondays
L. D. RUDILDB, BARR,
Go , Qe&l Paola. dg't.
Mossburg & Corning & Tiogit
DEPART PROM 210QA.—Bono- Boom,
No /4 , 1 03 m No 8-8- 20 p m No 64.64 a m
No 1-8.38 a m No 2-11.07 pm No 11-1.86 pm
Nol.l-0.30 pm No 16-10.1:1 p m Nolii-LllO am'
DEPART EBOBI TlOBA—Gonnit Nasia.
Not-11.12 pm No 4.8.42 a m No 84.28 a m
No 6-8.08 am No 10-10.60 ato' No 12-11.80 a m
No 14-12.0 T p m No 10-126 p m No 114.18 p
No 90-02 u p m No 8241.12 p m No 44-12.56 api
A. 11. GORTON, L. L. BILIrXIIOR,
iSoPt B. 8.0. R. It. 8 12 0 Tags E. B.
Direct Bout° North and Booth,
On and after Monday. Ast Ttb, 1121, Train e will
depart from Troy, n 11
~, f ollow)
P tills. Ex pres 5,8.03 A. M. arta° Exprego,ll.4l) P.ll
W'mspoit ecom. 7.08.
TAAINS L SAT NOBVIWARD.
Ex profs Ms% 9:25 P. M. Illmirs Aetna. 9.62 A. M.
.., A . R. 7/15=1,
• .. i j CI own* Superlatmadont.
J. A. lIIDDIILD, . '1
Aift, 0,0 Suplt. , 1
Wellsboro & Laireneeville B. B.
Tinie Tieble NO. 1.
Tails Erna HOlnist, 6Mliosia Writ, 1811. 1 .
Gulag north. arrive at Corning, 626 m, sm.
0 • " Lawrenceville, 4.30 p za, 9 a la.
" depart from Dunning, 4:19 p MN a sa.
•, Latbropc 4;18 P azyB:4s am.
• • Bear Greek, 8;57, pm. 8; 11 1 8
44 Vega, 11:51 pm, 8;246 a, in
44 -• Hararaoad, 8;88p in, 8:08 am
44 Hill Creel:, 8;20 p m,.7:66 am
4. Holliasy's,B:l4p so, 7:48 a in •
1111 p 7:88 a sti
from Niles Valley; 846 pm . 7:80 0,2 p
Golng . iloutb, depart from Coma& b* so. 6:46. p m
.4Lawrenceville, 9:4a in, 7 :50pm
" Dannium,9:Bo, a,m, 7:59 p m, •
TAthrop, 9:41 it Mg 60441
.8 " Bear Creek, 9:67 a m, 8:18 pin-
" Vona, 10:08 a rp, 8:20p m
" Hammond. 10:11 a m, 8:85 pm
" .Uill's 1018011 i gp, 8.40 jga
"" Benidaell 010:4 0 ft m,:8160 p
' 4 • " bliddlebury.'lo:6o, M, pm
" arrive at Nilloa Valley, /0:58 a m,,9:06 pro
Sept 13,1871 A. U. GORTON, Sap%
004 OR SILVER CLOCKS, JEWEL.
RY, GOLD 011ADIS,.KEYS,RINGS,
BINS, PENCILS, OASES, GIOLD - &
!STEEL PENS, THIMBES;
1 SPOONS, 'RAZORS, PLA;
With most other articles usually kept in such
establishment, which is sold low for
Repairing done neatly, and promptly, and on
port zorron. A. FOLBY.
January 1,1871-y. '
-111111, INTITH FOR SILL
T HE I
ow s i u n b g ri a 3 e r s l t i ) r e e r a s b w ie l I v ! offer e
p fo ro r pe s r a:be fol.
boro. 20 - town lots situated on State Area. 84
lots on Oharleaton'street—(the Brastus Fellows
Farm,) and the house'and lot of Charles Will
iams. These lots are Well situated and will- be
sold on reasonable terms.
IMMIX EIIIBRWOOD SON.
August 28, 1871—tf
iNiagTHE undersigned, proprietor of
ibis line takes this method of In
forming the_ public. that the 'aboveStage runs
daily Mondays escepted,) betiveon the two- pla.
Gallas follow 4 s; . •
Loaves,iVellsboro . at B a. m., aad arrives at,
.3fansfiold at 10 30 a. , m.
- , -,-,lBeives Mansfield at 2.30 and arrives at
'Millsboro at 6 p.m. pr - Fare sl,s6,
1, 114/404111 R. &VAN ROAN.
- ' ll '
East War d ,.
who, has long' been - estab
[ Ilabed In the Jewelry busi
ness in Wellaboro, hes al
ways on sale, varlena
kinds and prim of
C A H.
WELLSBORO AND iv/ANIMISM
„ STAGE LINE.
WELIEBORO,, TIOGA. (10'0)1 1 1%; FA., SEPTEIYEB ER 27, lqrri.
iv U ona• illiENDPdht- 0* THE 00114
STMM OP PP TLTAN/A;
4'oo 4Witinktitiitiliajoigingy a5t , 41' . 10,4&
MOM to the 00niliiMOn'tif Pennalthict"
be *1*(104 by iA iSrAaao and Masi' J 12*.
resoneatiata of the CosanonaPada Panogrigiaci
in Gomm/ Aroma* ad, That the following
amendment of the Constitution. of this Common.
wealth be toolioted to the'peoplelor theft Mop
tion or Menton', portent to the predeloee 'of
the tooth grad!) thereof, to wit;
Strike on% the Sixth Beaton of the Sixth Ar;
dale of the Constitution, and Wart In lien Ogre.
alba following :
ud State Treasurer shall be ahosen by the
qialitied bloaters of the State, at snail dines and
for sue& term of tier Ice as shall be prosoribed
by, law "
Sinker of the Renee of Representatives,'
• 'WILLIAM A: WALLACE,'
• lapealiar of the pinata,:
Approved tho'fifteenth 'lnit4•, Anno
Domini one Manind' 'alibi - hindroid aitd sov.'
• .2 - • .
Prepared and wattled for publicatian porn.
ant to the Tenth-Article of.the.Oonstitution.
130itretary of the CloPminwifaltb.
;Officio 00eiaiar7 of the Chhamentrialth,
' Uii t Uar6, Jab' Oth, VOL. •
'July. 26 1871411. •" •
Keep It More tile'Peep e.
firMlA'l l A. liintiPlatillt h 00. ergiaonitastly
reeeivibg large and fresh iota . of choice '
1. 7 4,311. LY GROC.ERTBS, YAW.
KilIC 1470 T 10 1 414 TLITS,"
:Bost brands of Tobaeeo and (Vara,
,spd ie. fast everything kept 1i their .11se ,of be
.ollloßir which they, dispete of et prices Itrtfer
than vet' before.
Come in trod pies Mir goods. No trouble' to
shovi them. '
They *Ai* also added to, their already WWI.,
sing trade, s . . .
aid hold themselves reedit' to famish (on order)
sty look ielgoettle. wogs, peptr. .or anything
asked for in that line. Babsoriptioes solicited
fOr all_populer papers and inegallinee. 4 •
Don't forget • to mill
,oppostte 2;11. Smith's
helet Tkoili g Pa... ialy,24, left Et
4•/!..0e t .,1! t
111 p az
520 A ,
2 ar• ,‘
...•..." • • •
,444 4 0
10 Ob "
6 04 41
6 44 "
T 00 IS
L. 4100 8 '
I 0 1 05 a
6 , 511 "
110 1 56 a
112 011 p
6 41 Bap
612 " .
ale p m
LUTZ & KOHLER,
HVlial opened a first.elass Hardware
.' Store in Mansfield, opposite Plita Bros.,
on sin Street, respeosfally invite their Mende
and the public in general to give them a salt.—
They guatranfee satlefaetlet in all eases. The*
stook acineiste of
sent Work, Space, Hubs, Agri
cultural Implements, Churn
and a general line of Gonda, reeond•to none in
(he' dal:miry, at the ldwc cash
They are'aleo agents for the K•IRBY MOW.
BR, ITRAOA WHEEL RAKE, ARNOLD
:EORSB SPARK AND HAY CARRIER.
W. G. Lyn, 1
PIiAFK-RolnAlt• J LUTZ i KOHLER
Manefle4d;Juli? 19, 111,-tc
100 R SA UL 47/174,4,P-41 buggy, (slitter, bar•
±-` neee end buffalo robe, all new. Time will
be giver' on approved paper. For paraleulare,
apply at this glade. ' ' 'Amgen 9, 1871
Boot, • ShOe, .Leather and
LH: E. SMITH it SON,
Tioga, Tioga Co., Pa.
. , • •
TH$ subiOribers would notify their blends
and customers that they are doing a level
boot and shoe bniinesi on Wellsboro street, ,or
posit° thelate.Brattli 'hotel.. They keep boots of
all kinda, and shoes, to gait everybody, both for
adios and gents; also_ any 'hind of ehildren's
wear! Drop in nnik
11, E. SMITH .ft 80N. •
Zutte t, 1241 tf
Planing :and Matching •
D ONE with neatness and dispatch. Also,
made from snob lumber. Can plane' 24 inches
wide. At Hamilton's steam mill, on Hammond
creek in Saeksolltownship, Tina county.
Jackson, Jane Y, 1871 if
THE . OLD
LATELY known as the Towntend Rouse'
E and for a time 000upted by D.' D. Roll
a; day, has bean' thoroughly refitted, - repair.
ed and opened by - - .
M.' R. 'O'CONNOR. .
who will he happy accommodate the old
friends o f thehouses at NUty reasonable rates.
Aug. 80,13fk-Iy. 111. R. O'OONNOR.
VILIAGE LOTS FOR SALE.
ITllll4Snbiorib,er - b now offering village lot,
fui sale:in the 'western part 'of the village.
on reasonable terms.- 'Said' lots are large' and
" • :
Also, tibent: 160,000 feet of pine liteber - for
sale, atcTraixiati A Ilowen's mill, Wellsboro.
pops. 8, 1871. CROWL.
THE -MOT Holt Lin the COUNTY.
stNNW.: Rooms large and well ventila
ted. 1 Asepmmodationa not surpassed by
any pest' *lass hotel in the " Northern
Tier."--11ma no., higher , than at second and
third rate hotels.: Losition, some: of fitainand
'Walnut streets, - Wellsboro. ~ -,- ~.c. t - ,.: - : 1.: ' -
A good table, good liguore, good order, and a
good hostler. A. B. OBAVIIB, Prop%
Rank el left.
SIB C:0 NT NU SI,
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we extract frozn'i Poem 1m Pa.
OrtoLattit Nr: ii'aguri , itanier's Marti:Vie tOT
'oolotifii'. • . - ' ;• -
- .HANNAH . IA/4E - -
wisNigta ever marked ao bait; a assiraat'a
to ilia; • ' " - •
Elba made herself. most wilpagljr la household
diudge and slava. . • :
WhailFoadar that she MTh' read a magasine or
Clombialag as aka did ia mm 441444 4. hiiliga-;iaid;
awiantraia, eoot I
What. wonder that the beauty Midi t I once so
Her beautifal complexion my agree kitotten Ore
86r pine% soft, rounded arm was ee too fair
• to beneneeeled,r "(
1(00 work 'tot tug Met Itiottiieti 0 ICV, 'Sinewy
herniter r and her tote the tooVilitialtleinii
/kb ! with what pure devotion the to ' that altar
And, teeth!, thmg thereon—gilts! I did not ititow
All that she lae, aid More than that, all th at
she arig ht bare been
..Atiatt v irotp* • • lib then our Ma were
,ed t, .
Intl* -rising, mid she, poet ell.
Where : we tatted.- A . • :
I hid tried My spied and mettle, and gained
strength in every rade': . • • -
twas tar up the heights of litla--aholdrudging at
f ' the
Oho slide me take, eaeli till, the stump; she
eala ?twat my Unser
The frildWpplauve of llit'ufng erowds was muilu
to rule* * .
What etiroilue had she Co oheer,.ber dreary soli,
Bar rue she It okigladly to unnatural widow
She couldn't'read my speed, but when' fheepa
pare all agreed
'Twee the beat one of the insion, thole corn
- tante 'the could road;
And vrittiainob of pride thereat, which I had
, • serer folt,
the sent them to me In a note, with half the words
to the Legislature went, and said that she
should , go • . •
To sae the world with me, and what the world
ias doing know.
With tearful Smile she answered, "No I fonr dor
lam is ttM pay
The Bates House rates for board • . r one is just
that s um per day."
At twenty-eight • the State-bonne; ,on the bench
At forty every gate In life wee o ened wide to
I nursed my,powere, and 'grew, nd made my
polut In Ufa ; but oho--
Bearing nob paok-horso weary loads, what could
a woman be?
What Gould • she bet Oh, shame ! I blush to
think what the has been :
The most unselfish of all wives to the seltisbest
Yea, plain and homely now she is; she's tgno.
I rant, 'ti e true;
Yeti me she rubbed, herself quite out : 1 represent
the two. .
We% I suppose I teight do es other mon have
irtriebiTeilitiatfiritair witti - eold neglect, then
shove her out alone. ,
The world would iay (twat; well, abd more, would
give great pratio to me
701' having borne With "tnoh a wife" so uncom
And shall I P No 1 Tho contrast 'twist Hannah,
I God ' and me
Wafa not for ono or twenty years, but for eternity.
No matter what the world may tbtnk : I know
down in my heart
That, if either, I'm delinquent: she has bravely
4144, her part.
Thorn's another world beyond this; and on the
19111 intellect and letuning.leinst such devotion
, WhOo the great one made of us two is torn apart
I'll kick the - bsam, for God in just, and hoknows
Hannah Jane: A • •
A second lieutenant, by 'the name of
was assigned to otii regiment,
who was born and "raised" in the
wilds of Indiana; and although he
possessed, naturally, - fairlntellectual
faculties, yet he had received no educa
tion save what had been imparted to
him in the rudimentary schools of the
rural districts along the Wabash valley.
His vernacular was redundant with the,
patois of his nativity, and Widely di
vergent from the acceptation of our
standard lexioograplers. He did not,
hoWever, seem at all conscious of his
soholastio deficiencies, and for a good
while continued to make use of hiaano
melons idioms, the oddity of which af
forded us no little amusement. The
young man evinced no, spirit of segre
gation, but was disposed to be quite so
cial with his'brother officers, and was
especially-fond of ladies' society. He
visited them Often; , and 'as his original
mariner of giVing expression to his sea
tinients diverted them, not a little, he
was always received kindly, and invi
ted to 'repeat 11113'64115.
About this time a young lady from
New York eitY, a Miss H , visited
the family of one of the officers, and
remained some Months with us. She
was highly accomplished, pretty, and
exceedingly animated, piquaut and at
tractive. Moreover, she possessed a ge
nial, amiable and kind disposition ;
but, like many others of-the fair sex,
her fondness for admiration occasional
ly carried her so far that her friends
very justly charged her with having a
dash of coquetry in her composition.—
Beside this, she had a decided penchant
for badinage and fun.
No sooner bad she bee presented to
Lieutenant W----, th ii "
hended his character at a glance, and
at once brought her, he viest metal to
bear upon the eiteedin ly vulnerable
citadel of his heart ; an in a twink
ling made so great abr h therein that
tho poor fellow surrendered at disCre
tlon. Fkir the first time in his „life, he
foand himself most desperately ena
mored. ; • 1 '
He repeated his visits uay after day
or several weeks; and the young-lady ;
mpelled by a spirit of flirtation,' en
couraged his suit while be was in her
presence, but invariably took occasion,
as soon as his back was turned, to de
tail to her young lady companions ev-
Crything that transpired during the in
The - verdant wooer, not- having ' the
fliinteet conception that he way being
made the victim of misplaced affection,
persevered in his courtship, and re
- - -
MARTIAL - WO(11r.
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tse ved. such= encouragement aa' to eat
forth from him some very emphatic des
olaretions of admiration.' He even Went
so far nponone occailon as to exclaim
that'' he'd ba deg-ond of he did'of be
lieu-81U tear a, anogel."
Tklii Ugly, frank and sincere' but ma*
ique'avoWitof sentiment set the Wag
gish: iontig, lady nearly frantic
suppressed desire' to' ',bout With laugh
ter ; yet shn controlled her features and
Preserveda serene oast of countenance ;
and she even managed to raise a sem.
blunts& lof tt; blush while seating upon
her lover front behind her fan a coquet
tish, benignant smile of satisfaction, as
she coyly responded, "Oh I oh i Now,
my dear Mr. how can you say
so? You make me blush—lndeed you
do r llcapnet!belleve you _era sincere. .
ittrt afraid you area gay Lotharlo, Ifr t .
W rs -1---." Then tapping him very
.11.0ntis' upon the shouldir with her fan,
and bestowing upon him a most be
witching smile, she added, " Are you
not a gay Lothario, Mr.
This question" was rather a poser to
the enamored hoosierin who had ne
ver heroreleatctof the person alluded
talti - hat , altataghl.: re oliuder:.; 'Never?
flip*, While preasing bis hand upon
1 ;94 , bo.monceived to be the region of
the timid, ,but, which, according to the
, location assigned that organ by anato
mists, was a little too low, he replied,
"I don't Mind hearint tell ol that thar
indiVidual afore, Miss EL--; but I
sorter reckon he'e no kin o' mine. 'An'
you plll4t antsgel. I sway you is 1"
' 'Other equally foreible assertions of
his deYotion were made during this in
terview, ell of which were received by
the F ont -Joao in so gracious a niauner
as to afford him the most encouraging
hopes of ultimate success.
Of course the entire conversation was
detatled by .Mies with muuh
ieetO,hee associates , all of whom she
invited to be at her quarters on the fol
lowingoyening. A short time before,
had asked for and been
promieeda Special audience, for the pur
postOts she imagined, of making her a
tole' tender of his heart and hand.—
Ago rdingly, at the appointed hour,
they All assembled, and were quietly
ensconced in an apartment adjoining
the !sitting room, with the communica
ting door slightly ajar, so that they oo'd
distinctly hear every word that was
Soon' after this the lieutenant made
his appearance in fall uniforth, and was
cordially received by his sweetheart,
Wilwasked him to take a seat near her,
and entered into seemingly a very cop
fidential but rather loud conversation
with him, which soon led him to ap
proich the subject of his dearest aspi
rations. Placing himself upon his knees
in front of her, with a most tender,
anxious and beseeching expression of
countenance and voice, but with consi
derable manifestation of diffidence, he
said, " Would ye like fur to Jim the ar
"No," replied she, using his words,
' and imitating his peculiar diction, "I
don't think I'd like fur to jisse the ar
myvarr. -1 - - •
At this juncture, screams of vocifer
ous laughter burst forth from: the Luis
ehle'vous gi is in the adjoining apart
ment, in w ich the cruel Miss ll—,
no longer ble to control herself, no,
merCifully t jOinid, which caused thit
discomfited lover to leap to his feet in
great confuldon, seise his cap, and rush
from the room; and I don't think he
ever afterward-attemptedto pay his ad
dresses to any lady:—Gemwa I Marcy" in
Harpers'. < ,
,Own,:atort of Ireland co--Roman-
When the Irish were converted to the
faith Elf lici . rde cart' scarcely be discov
ered, Until the opening of the six
teenth century they can hardly have
felt ,any bond of sympathy with the
chair of St. Peter, which hail covered
then]. with its maledictions and con
dehmed them to slavery. The savage
4408 yvho ruled Abe wild coasts oY -Ul
- and the wide bogs of Connaught,
with their uncultivated and warlike
peoile, knew at least that the Bishops
of Rome bad ever been their bitterest
enemies, and that the English within
the pale relied upon the papal bull as
the chief ground of their usurpation.
It was remembered, no doubt, that the
Romisli priests bad taught thiit ah Irish
man might be killed like a deg, and
that Franiscau friars had urged the ex
tirpation i f the Irish race. It is possi•
ble, it is a most certain, that the native
(Alleles, mail the opehingof modern tile.
tory, owe s no allegiance to Rome, and
that the I ish Church, endeared to the
native C lts by ages of persecution,
stil ministered by its primitive bish
ops and, with Colman and Columba,
traced its authority to Ephesus and Bt.
John. But all this was now to change.
A reformation' had passed over Europe,
and the chief leaders of the religious
moVetnent were Henry and Elizabethit
the persecutors of , the Irish name. The
English within the pale had become
Protestants, but they showed no diepo
tion to abandon the island which they
had i receivedfroni St. Peter's patrimo
ny ; and in the vigorous reign of Elis
abeth, the English armies, renewed by ,
the fresh' impulses of progress, began
to press once more upon the- limits of
Celtic independence. The conquest,
begunaearly four centuries before, was
now slowly advancing. Law') of ono:
sual severity were enacted, •tanistry and
other-Irish usages were abolished. It
was plainly the design of the English
queen to reduce the island 'to a passive
subjection to her power.
;The eanseof this fresh assault upon
the liberties of Irelandwas the restless
intrigues of the Jesuits . in that gal
lant struggle which Elisabeth was Ales•
tined to wage for the safety of ' her life
and, her crown against the Pope, the
Spartierds,,'liie, adhereiga of i Mary of
Scotland, and all Rowlett Europe, the
most active iit)Ci Most dangerous'of her
foestwere 'ever the disciples or Loyola.
To ruin 'anti break down every Protes
tant, goVeintxtent, to cover with discord
arid slaughter every Protestant land,
and 'from the Wreck of nation's to beild
up a aplritual etahpire as tyratt'oleal and
as severe as wag that of •Tiberltis or lie
re,was then, as now, the s.ecrt or open
aim of every Jesuit. To wound or to
destroy Elizabeth, the society began its
disaetrtitis labors in Ireland. The Je
,varioue diegtilses, penetrated
to 03e:coolie of theiiiative efiWs..lc4y.
rouseo-o l e: ft rag
. of ;national antipathy ;.,
' , their scoffed at theSturointas:hereticti;
they allured the Irish to abandon for
ever the usages of St. Patrick, and to
, . . .- ..
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ally,themselves 'With the (Atwell Of. It--
M 1 1 3
Y t they promised th natives the pro
teotion Of St. Pater4th shield of__Mery,
the blessing of die po e, and the mili
tary aid of all Catholic; Europe, if they
would rfse once More in a grand crusade
against the .English of the pale and
drive the Saxons from their soil.
The alluring vision painted by the
skillful touch of 'the uhsparing.Tesults,
are* on the Celtic chieftains to th it
ruin. Not bandied with the possess' n
of three-fourths of the island, with ti e
enjoyment of their own laws aneheir
own faith, w itIL the proapept of a grad
ual improvement and a peaceful union
with-their Eiglish masters of the pale,.
tihe impulsive people accepted the of
fers of Rome, threw themrives at the
pontifr'sifeet, and became, for the first
time, the willing inetruments of the
Jesuiti and the Popes. They may be
exoused;lf not forgiven. Theirechoole
had long been swept away ; their peo
ple had sunk into ignorance; history,
poetry and music had given place to
the ceaseless turmoil of a border war.
Rome, stretched forth its cunning hand
to extirpate the Irish Church, and, af-
Lei four centuries of vieleUee; sUcceed•
ed et last by a *tot fraud .— Mayers'. i •
(frotiiihe Buffalo Advertiser ]
MODEL . LOVE LETTER. ,
1 -........ ,
innTi rovasaar oa . raosass ow 14.4118/A.St.
Myres vs. Harris. This 'was One of
those rare and peculiar eases—breach of
promise of marriage—and occupied the
greater part of the forenoon. From the
evidence, it appears that the parties live
in or near Onondaga, that Harris bad
been a frequenT visitor for about two
years and a half at the house of the
plaintiff, a widow woman of nearly 80
years of age, with three children. It
seems to have been the opinion of the
friends of the plaintiff (and no doubt
she thought so herself) that Harris wo'd
marry her; buts he, from some nose
cowl table cause, a few monOis ago sud
denly discovered that he loved another
young lady better, and verified this be
lief a short time since by marrying the
other lady. Hence this action was
brought' by th plainti ff to recover' ida
mages, to app ly
as a salve to her woun
ded • affections The following tender
epistle, sent Nr the loVing swain, will
interest our• readers, and we recom•
mend it as a model love letter :
" My Dear Mre. ill: :—Every time I
think, of you, my, heart flops up and
down like a churn dasher. Sensations
of unutterable joy caper over it like
young goats on a stable roof, and thrill
thropgh it like a Spanish needle thro)-
a pair of linen trowsers. As a gosling
swimmeth with delight in a mud pud
dle, so swim lin a sea of glory. Vis
ions of ecstatic rapture, thicker than
the hairs of
,a blacking brush, and some'
brighter than the eyes of a humming
bird's pinions, visit me n my shim
hers and, I borne on their invisible
wings, your image stands before me,
and I reach out to grasp it, like a polti•
ter snapping at a blue-bottle fly. When
.1 first beheld your angelic perfoctions,
--r was bewildered, and my brain whirled
around like a humming bee under a
glass tumbler. My eyes stood open like
cellar doors in a country town, and I
lifted up my ears to catch the silvery
,accents of your- voice. My tongue re
fused to wag, and in silent adoration I
drank in the sweet infer ion of love as
a thirsty man swalloweth a tumbler of
hot whisky punch.
" Since the lighof you face fell up
-lon my life, I son s Imes telas if I oo'd
lift myself up hylt e boo straps to the
top of the church teeple, s Lond pull the
bell rope for sing ng echo, 1. Day and
night you are in.y thoughts. When
f l i
Aurora, blushing like 4: c. I, bride, rises
from her saffron 1 colore 'Couch ; when
the jaybird pipes, his tuneful lay in the
apple tree by the spring house ; when
the,chanticleer's shrill clarion heralds
the coming morn ; when the awaken
ing pig arises from his bed and grunt
eth, and goeth for his morning'a re
freshments; when. the drowsy beetle,
Wheels to droning flight at sultry noon
tide;' and when the lowing herds come
home at milking UM°, - l ihitik of thee,
—and, like a plecC of el tic, my heart
seems sit - Itched clear across my bosom.
Your hair is like the. mane of a sorrel
horse, powdered with
i lgold; and the
brass pins skewered thr ugh your wat
erfall fill, me with unbounded awe.—
Your forehead is smoother than the el
bow of an old coat. Your eybs are glo
rious to behold. In their liquid depths
I see Fegions of little cupids b ( iithing,
like a - cohort of ants in an ol army
cracker. When their fire - hit me,,upoli
mymanly breast, it penetrated all my
anatomy, as a load of birdehot through
a. rotten; apple. Your. nose is from a
chunk of Parian marble, „and yoor
mouth.. Is puckered with sweetness.—
Nectar lingers on your lips like honey ii
on a bear's paw, and myriads of un
fledged kisses re i there, ready , to fly on
and light. som w ere, like bluebirds on
of their pare s is nest. Your laugi
rings in my e rs like the
etrain, or the le tof a stray' lamb on a
The dimples on your
cheeks are 111 e bowers in the beds of
roses, or hollows, n cakes of homemade
sugar. r ,
I am dying to fly to: thy,:presence;
and pour'out the burning eloquence of I
My love, as thrifty' housewives pour out
hot coffee. Away from you, I am as
melancholy as a sick rat: Sometimes.
I can hear the June bugs of despond-
envy buzzing in my curs, and feel the
cold lizards-of despair crawling down
my back. 'Uncouth fears, like a thou
sand minnows, nibble at my spirits;
and my soul is pierced with doubts like
an old cheese bored with skippers.
" My love for you is stronger than
the swell of Coffey's patent butter, or
- -the kick of a young cow, and more-un
selfish than a kitten's first caterwaul, •
As a song bird hankers for the light a
day, the cautious tmouse for the fresh
bacon in the trap, as a mean pup hatt
kers for neW milk, 80'1 long ior thee.
"" You are fairer than a speckled pui •
let, sweeter than a Yankee doughnut
fried In 'Sorghum molasses, • brighter
than_a_top•knot plumage * on the head
of a niuseovy,duck. You are candy,
kisses, raisins; pound take _end sweet
`ened toddy altogether. ' l '
".If these feW remarks will enable
yoU to see the Inside of my soul, end
me to win your affections, shall feel
as happy uss - a woodpecker on a cherry
tree; or a stage horse in it green pasture.
•ynu cannot reciprocate my thrilling
I:nitisitSti . ,4 will pine away' like a poi=
•stitietflietilatig; anti' fall -away; ; trona a
flourishing Nine of i life o an untimely
branch; and in sowing years; wben
the oh down grow from the hills, and
the • nphtlosophteal frog singe hie
cheer ul evening hyzmi, yen, happy in,
anoth;r's love, can come and drop a
tear a , d catch a cold upon thelast rest
ing place 6f your affectionate H."
Ver l i lot for plaintiff, and $6OO dama
LIFE AT THE 13 ITTH POLE,
By the arrival of th good ship Wasp,
Captain Jenking, wh has been sailing
in the vicinity of the, ew south conti
nent, some startling p oullarlties of the
dwellers at the anti odes are brought
to light. It is againto be remarked,
howe rer, that human nature maintains
Its Most striking peculiarities all the
world over. Only change the costume,
climate traditions and the ages, and al
most;recisely the same idiosyncrasies
notic able in one race will be found
cropping out luxuriantly in all the oth
ers. Thus, though the inhabitants'of
the Ain toren° region, designated ' Spoo
laka) eat their flesh raw, and, if possi
ble, while still alive, yet in their man-' ner of keeping festive t ,occasions, their
pract pea are wonderfully like (mown.
In their ° annual festival entitled the
' Drew Season,' eyerybody is expected
to keep open houSe for the entire day,
and gti who enter a habitation are book-,
ed fo a tobah (about ten pounds) of
meat,land a dc4ala ( near half a gallon)
of liquor. If the visitor" fails to appro
priate at least this amount, he is ever.
after regarded as outlawed—a man of
neither power-nor reliance; in short,
he is said to surely have a weak atom
inch. 1 The greatest pains are taken from
eariy !childhood to brace the digestive
organs In every conoeivable way, so
that when the annual festival comes•
off, the young men may conduct them.
selveti with becoming dignity. For a.
week before the great day nothing
whatever is eaten, and the greatest la- 1
.bor is spent in preparing large quanti- 1
ties oth of solids and liquids for the
crow ing fete. liotonly mustthe young
men e able to bolt at least the amount
speci ed, but they must be able to car-J
ry it way gracefully. So wonderfully
do th y succeed in training their stom
achs, that often a young man is seen
walkingeway from a neighbor's house
with at least forty pound's more sub
stanc6 stowed away beneath his lock
ers ttan when lie entered thel
eh, ibor. Unlesii a man devour the
stipulated quantity, ho is considered
disre..pectful to the hostess, and there
fosie I regarded as an enemy.- During
the y lir, when a youngster gives any
sign of weakness, the cry is imenddi
ately 1 tal.ed, ' He'll
I never stand the
New reason !' Bo'dire is the fear of nut
belog r lible to came safely out of this or
deal , that' often the day after the festi
val in l itividuals are found_ lying in ob
tplaces literally bursted open from
to foot. During the day, they are
tt. , t to visit all the principal mag
'of the village, and at each place
ci,elihe plate of meat and a pitcher
allhee' (liquor) is placed before
The old men of the village (they
Jled old at the age of twepty-sev
the stomach soon breaks down
Count of the tremendous strain)
remaip at home with their wives to re
ceive the gallants. It is the object of
the young man, no matter Low he feels,
to keep up an appearance of the 'most
exube'rant spirits; and eveil when of
fered Ihls fortieth plate of meat,. and
ditto 1 tuubee,' h s ' point' is to appear
as thoigh his ap etite still retained the
kee4est edge. 0 ten when the poor fel
low islet his la 4 , gasp, and feels 'the
feather is approaching which will break
the camel's back, he takes a, huge gob
let froM the hand of a slmpeiinglaebe,
and with a heavenly display of ivory,
and a 'roll of the eyes as if 'he heard
au angel•sing,' gulps the stirring bum
per an'd backs gracefully from the ran
che. For two weeks i nner Ihe great
festival, all the ynung men who have
survived the ordeal are to be found se
cludeci in the neighboring caves, while
in every direction the miserable rent-
mints bf those who attempted to be he
roes, that failed, are tol, be Seen strewed
over the bills and fields. i Unlike', our
own glorious land of the bars andstars,
' stomach' I here is eVerything.=-21Tew
The history of mediCine for! the last
fifty yearstells a tale Of either greater
ror in !the early prad ipe or of as great
in the, present, or st ows that methods
of practice at variance can be alike sue
cesslul. Not many years ago calomel
was Onside - red the indispeusablo drug
In ,practice: The physician without
calnnel was the artilleryman without
at • me tongues - that :were
sWollen, the teeth that were loosened,
th gums that were made tender, ',nod=
er, physicians say, will present a horri
bl array of testimony when doctors get
their deserts for malpractice.' But tho
then Who believed the patient was no,-
thing 'unless he was bilious—who be-
Ileveohelre was bet one organ In the
body, am] that the liver, and that:this
was to be unlocked at stated intervals,
and entered and swept and garnished
with inertiury—these teen were
and hi's c(itemporaries ; men of , careful
observiiticln and great skill. Fraughtwe know, they \were es much reipected
by their patients, as successf4ll as the
moderit, ii:scolaplits who says 'hoy were
unmistakably and seriously in error.—
Pati'ents recovered under their treat
uient, las patients recover under later
pii3 siclailis, who assume to possess the
tr e-K' and be its only interpreters.
T day years ago it patient would be
-bled,iti c disease where now it would be
cOnsideieti egreilot6 malpractice; but
the patient hied-I.lnd the patient unbled
alike recover or alike ,die.—:Lippincott.
he Agi t ator '
& . :Job _Printini -fl.l6(is'e'l
.ppliett with Presses and Typn to cis:
hftds of Job Work with zwernem -end
eddltione dell the lel Okla of lite
been.s4ded to thb 4 artmufe.
n--Bowen & Cone,o flock, 2d Floor
Mistakes in Medicine.
It has been obserVed (more than once)
dim. I rut li Is stranger than fiction. If
w welt. to read in a novel of a young
man being baked to death In , a drying
kiln, We should say, "How improba
ble !" IYet, thisfs Just what has hap
pened to Duncan K'.ll.lllup, at =wan
k ie. 13eing inehrlated,.and having no
where else to tgo, he entered the kiln,
wen t,t() sleep, rolle ( , from it to the hot
air below, and w 3 cooked to death.—
batr-a_Stor3 suf. the victim to
have Pakially - re 3:owed his conscious
ness, Victor Hug! rniglit - makeof this
dreadfnl death! Tnii itnag l inary, — artler
all, is o the real. 'Putting.rill
ghosts and uch lik4 out of the w
there is noting most fascinati g
novel Itif the RadClitib son( o' whi b
ixtaYnet be surpassed in horror by re
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