Newspaper Page Text
CIRCULATION •. 1,900
I'. O. VAN (4:oEit, Editor and rroprlttor.
AVO/1;3110r01111/ 1 ,
Weaneatlay, Nov. 15, 1871
Oold tAopeit lii NMI( York nn the Oth
Tho rclllitito of °coon') AntlylElon,
Who tiO 4101 . 011(641 fiat, Ett
Win tj etiavoy4.ll to 111111 01)1101'y tho
U. N. friri . xtel (IttoiTyre.
A- terrible explosion ooeurred Nov.
0, In a cord mine near St. Etienne, In
,Franne, while the gangs were nt work.
None of the men had yet been recov
ered alive. Twenty-two bodies have
been taken out, and twenty are still in
the pit, nil of them supposed to be dead.
The expl)..iiel was caused by firedamp.
(Ytiu 1.1" the Dernocratko tielegattw to
the I,:,;ovhecirr Clitlventlon htIS been Bent
to Slag for live years for robbing
etulgiatuo. Tammany leaderii will
all bo tlla ra .;nOll. Why would not Sing.
El . ing be a e,oodliiaeo to hold tho next
rienioeno le (!oo yen tion.
ciNct:v:v.vn. Nov. O,—A passenger
trnin on the Cincinnati, Indianapolis
and Jufiction railroad vas thrown from
the track by a now, east of Liberty, In
diana, this afternoon, wrecking the en
gine, tender, baggage, passenger and
sleeping ears. 'fen persons are reported
seriously lojoied, %The train was terri
bly wrecked, and It is surprising that
no one was stilted;
11'q}eiectli,r6 is t New, York +say a IVa
terloo , defeni to Tarninckny.
M. Tvvi.t:_i ttl i.e, of all the Tammany
Tribe can did tt tcs in New York oily, was
et eeted to &I, legislature. Ms election
ai l s of eptil?.:V (I foregone conclusion.—
His district 1 mode up of the hardest
political matet int of any in the city; it
is composed largely of grog-Oliva crud
men of desjietate fortunes, There is
gradation in crime, as there is also fOr
the respect - that thieves have for each
ether. The little thieves honor the big
thievt4, they have a community of in
terest. The dr_ ,. ll hint elf would be the'
most Popular 0311,1440,0 fia . this dh.,4triet.
but his 'ittegetont, Tweed, ran well.
Oratory eiNnlopollla Thu two
followin l y pp, e , •laxi are '±-übncil4.,s l e;
proof of the kret. The tivt ly the “put-eli
of a New Zealand orator---tho test h e
ever made: " England Ia a great nation,
The Manus are a great prop!.!. Tti e
English have called us to this go!tit
house. sR here. They hays pou
oeil to c.nti Wangapugoi. I have
t_•1101.; .' Ili uell for Nctv YAfttlitticl.
ttet t t, , . , peecti of an orator it,
j'et,s.rt i% Hula LCgi‘.3l.lit : "1 i-.1,4)w
Mr. ; I •ity it itt
; I t 4.,iw I havo had a
-0, it I: 'eh). Thvy're a useful
Ivith the btst vi
via: ir-ve trouble." Next
luetian of ' r ational Debt of th'e U. !A.
~ .crea, - 1 llcrch let, 1t39, to
I.h-re I. ISC/.. 571,9v3.524 78
T.) Oot.,1” r 1 1 . 271 .
1 1 0.0. Niarvs,:
I cta i debt r 1, 1871. 2,280,668,V30,87
'rite national debt is now but little
t, vet 1. ) .,100,0N,000, it having been di
i 0151,,id 1'4%3,000,000 since Gem Grant's
I.ceegsiol, to the Presidency, including
(he reduction up to the Ist instant. If
the debt could tw Wiped out at this rate
in the future, the entire debt would be
paid in lo .s than twenty years. A to-i
I.le, each month showing
how rapi.liy the national debt is being
paid under the present administration,
end never have we seen any of these j
...tilts joit , 'lshol in the Democratic pa
vers. ii:oe not publish them, for
the vety leuson that they do not
like to tel the truth to their readers.—
Knowing the history of Gen. Grant,
we van honestly say that in our judg
ment he is no experiment. The people
know him; the country is tbriving.uu
tier hie excellent administration of af
fairs. In ) L iew of the present political
complexion of affairs, we think be is
the odly man in the Republican party
that could with safety be nominated for
and elected to the Presid . enoy for the
THE WORK OF REEORM.
The mission of the great Republican
Tarty has been one of reform from its
beginning. The Democratic party up
held slavery, denied the rights of- wor
king men, and fostered class legishttion
for the few at the expense of the many.
It had taken possession of nearly all
the schools in the country, and had
even rendered the pulpit, In many ea
ises, subservient to - its dogmas. Free
speech and free labor met with no fa
vor in that party. If they acquired
'territory, it was to be dedicated to sla
very, and new States were to be admit
ted, not ro much to preserve the bal
ance of power, or to add to the glory
and powei• of the nation, as to enable
them indefinitely to goverti the free
This is the tiuth of lih-two. There
could he no real freedom, up reforms
that would benelit the masses, nil ude
quate play for the thoughts and wits of
men, no progress that would tend to
elevate all, and give the sons of the
poor as well as. of the rich a fair start
in the race of life, as long' as a class,
and that elms a body of elaveholders,
made the laws, expounded them, exe•
rated them, and represented the nation
in foreign countries.
The'suppresslon of the rebellion and
the abolition of slavery wcie d,cd.• as
great as ever performed by any party
in any country, which broke the power
of the Democratic oligarchy, and pro-,
claiqied-freedoni as the great birthright
of all for all generations. This reform
was accomplished_ by , the Republican
From that period it•haa moved stea
dily onward, illustrating its principles
by various measures for the benefit of
the masses. It has settled the question
of the currency, it has opened the pub
lic domain to actual settlers, thus ena
bling working men to secure home
steads. It has constructed a great rail
road to the Pacific shores, protecied
manufactures, made possible the edu
cation of the masses, and fostered re
forMatory institutions of various kinds.
It is easily handling a debt of three
thousand millions, while the burden of
taxation has been equally distributed
9 61,799,329 14
V 1 T ),
fri,e :it it. tit:// I,i
o r Nov. vot-;,
b2,tttio to tl, - ,
irr;/,;oo I,:tt 1, I t o :i,
titts,ittot.;:ttoo .1 tt—o
I)ivitie tuttioititt , A lotitt.to
St:tti• guile Ittliti 1.10
20,001) .\ S%
1101111 iffiljority its 1)(59t hs
Lygitiliatti v. Fratilt
the (My by 111,4)(10 bba.l9t i
VIM/ b: I A .-- f rit,
1:/trrieti tlsp `•(8t“ tit' ;Oft
Mtsßisst .--111.11 13,0
nisjority_ln 'the Stsle. .n,
ig elnlintql I.y hottipstile j l
conec.tiotl.t(i the 14.1.0 b!
Nnw .1 vrisi:Y.---Th(,' 1)
ylectptl l tics r (Ifvest . o -- ;t• k I
&awe Itru Itt,pol,Jli'ito
Almoei,AND.---11 , (7,
curried the Suitt:
11. y. A itemfoisti....(l9”4 iu
ILLINom--Giver; n 12
jority of about• 30,000•
On the 4th of Novorol,
developments were una ,l 4
the operations of Aldei
Holder), In the use of au
. ~ -•
As Holden is Presider
the opi)oltion L i-c. k;4 ,t
quiwoy .ls givgn !n s pk
copy ;the .follclAlog to.o .
faots ; . 1 ,
"1n04kri..41.$ 1.,.i.-1 1. 1f(Vii
WWl' torrnel, , „..:i tvl,i.th liolvleu
ror. The eerepo4itiou of Oil
911t14netoi'y to tbi;•eototollttl
Loul.ville, Inillanupolie, St. L
ter here, Mayor Mason cilreolv
that ever) thiog should le ; Mr
relief sociviy, an Institutibp' uo
citizens of integrity lied riipilit
This wee .satiefeetory',•ta , thi ,
other cities, hut.vrop,..ppt 9 „ L INO
oleo, uti they refused fc — reco
rangent tn. - '1:)‘ - : :,
'' Itlsow transpirotuat 410
ai treasurer iecure4 st n iuntc„'
lief fun . cts, and een:sic)er4le ell
rufaseti i.. gist 'op i.:1., , a'.. 4 . 'rt
by t Itett,rirper un the:Ai:v.3:2 Lt
'hti ustawy.di• bpitig lord tiy: U.
elrotisn, Ira 40; or, uti:l .cry d
p r ,,,i, , ,,,l (0 4,oo.'titirdo iti
.ilire ti.,Ny, 11 , ).I , u, v„,,sti•
r.-,1,1 , ii ~.twilittc, ~ 1i,,,i . ..t .. .
t.i ? .. !2:,1 Pi . ti, fl . t Itt..i toen
$201.0 I.li.re go", 1.•,14 , 4 ,. Wit
1 . ,,, 1 , 1,Lt.. , 1. 4 it: the , v,u1.1,..i. I
••P,. ti 1,,t pi jp ,(t 0 1 ,, 1.... :1 ,1 t
try might have inert' put, stay
this specimen. The: piiblic -013
the work if relief ie• iu gQINi
this wort liuldert will be held'
tisillity.' . - \
I t EII.NNINCI OF T
Mei a oral tlctli4V .vii
long reeding and,yest
A tneriei t n 4steni
ving her'pie treatment,.
!lig hie: ter attends th
Olt hect: f.i,cd 01, Ju
supported by law and p
13 probing, inexorable t: , !
cursed thing" to. the c
must die the death, I
di4solotion are also apps
sur;'ar!, -, fair to
twin h‘ii Wriest), slaveQ,l
Let the time hasten ; I,C
lion devoutly to he wk.
Proof is not wantin
hay,' Utah officials
laws anti are waking h
efforts tetwarti their rig
Their acts and words a
of their intentions:
Mormon functionary, ' pillar in the
Temple, indicted, foun guilty, fined
and imprisoned, for " I wd . and lasciv
ious interCourzie"? witl bait a dozen
wives, at the suit of on of them; the
Prophet himself bearill
tiles, and held to answ•e
of erase With sixteen N
Mormon wife empowers
actions agsinst her hu
more wives than on &.
Yeats lago, this tech - ;roux sect, who
openly violated th 3 Nu- under the au
thority of a pretended evelation from
Heaven, were driv!en b force of local
sentiment froict t 4 Stai of New York,
where they in this 'fount y first located.
The $11i1313 experience •as repeated in
one or two of the Western States,—un-
Hi they sought to escape tho -indigna
tion of civilization, by an exodus tathe
fastnesses of the, RticitY„ MoUntainee
They strangely tlittivo';l and 'yet; per-:
haps, not ed - strargelY,-tlther - , When we'
consider the fecundity of their practi
ces and the Ignorance among which
they artfully proselyted. The moun
tain pine thrives by a simple foothold
among the crevices of rook,—and the
Morislou thrift was pur ly ' phys;cal—
though not physically p re.!This thrift
and religion produced t elr natural re
sults. A system of brig ndage sprung
up. Masked marauders- waylaid, rob
bed and murdered• overland.travelera to
California, In the mountain passes.—
Government was called, upon for pro,
tection against these mountain brig
ands; and a few years befprethe plough
d through the
e army, under.
ler who after=
' Shiloh, mar ;
a outrages, foi
is against the
share opebellion passe
laud, n detach went of t
th corn mati(i c,f r tlie lea
want fell at the battik) u
eked to the :ieene of the
the protection of eitize
terrors of qiese religious
But the world " does glove." Again
are we brotight to the t eshold of th i s
offense, which flies to wi derness places
before theladvante of enlightened ideas.
And again do its abofnin i ntions, which'
are rank in the nostrils l bf the nation,
smell to Heaven. it mu 4 go down be
fore the contact hl i gher
tion,--peaceably, May; forcibly,
if It must.
The language of oilier Justice BP-
Kean of Utah is significant: "Courts
are bound to take notice of the political
and social condition of the country
which they judicially rule. It is there
fore proper to say, that while the case
at the bar is called The People against
Brigham Young,' its other and real ti
tle is Federal Authority against Po
of the United States, founded upon a
written Constitution, finds within its,
Jurisdictioh another government—claV
ming to come from God—imperiam in
imperio—whose policy and practice, In
grave particulars, are at variance with
its own. The one government arrests
the other, In the person of its chief,
and arraigns it at the bar. A system is
on trial in the p e r s o n :e pf Brigham
Young. Let all concerned keep this
fact steadily, in vlew; and let that govo
ernment rule without . a rival which
shall prove to be4n the right,'
These liikt-rttey;ords--alttl welt flai! , V ;
th$S7Al4 y,4S' tkfrailAtat9) or t COOS vice.'
Itt'irs:deelitie Itrtt Gd a crime. The
Ofricip hare* itr4O I toatji f to the
ii4tirnl4 ; an, .;arr 7 ,
front to (Jul hiti;lier:; - hitinnti 'nature; att`
offense against col i•elenee ; an Instilt
to the limit:lit strati ,- i t k a Itell•engeu
(loved doctrine—abliorrent and danir.
ning to the nineteenth century. ft
breeds lewdness and corruption ; it rots,
the foundations pc i4onor and virtue;
it-consigns• young women to infamy;.
It invites young:Man to the haunt!) of
pollution. it- .-degrad'es the.- heaven
-gitnetionett relation of Tritallage to the
brutish' level "prostitution'—under the
'form of religion. It B kale; the-livery of
Heaven to serve the devil in. Its chief
is a fugitiVe front justice.'
ih, the elty;
J i tat tile,.
ivaloo to the
I it ,
qui by about
aoelies or the
iii 3 OWi tcttt•
vtit, 10,000 lie-
1 )0 Republican
e lower hens()
Let ttie 'war go OUL-um! rice quarter.
Thome •of (Jul' loadern• Willi keep the
run of current events, -wilt' remember
,y about 6,000
IA Of the Legis-
the exodus of it email army of blatant
trot tot's, who left (lir' r eon n try for their
Country's good :Intl 'after the war, to
find iti'llepie in iir i iill. They wero 'id
eager Jo ligie . the illitlpi of American's,..
that Many (if, theui petitioned the Bra-,
zillan Parliament Ito make ,thorn. cltiT.
zees at: once hy.,apecial act. Thing')
were not lio• lovely, however, as they
had anticipated. , They-found it harder
-to get a dime in Brazil than a dollar in
the tritited - Btates . , arid - the little money
they had sot n'inelted away. They lost
The high tone of 'chivalric' treason With
Which theYetarted out, and were #4
. W of the hated Yan
kee, that , Wey:rnighigeturn to'thinand
, ;a:hichlhey soon, learnecl to, speak of an
40tne,. ' - PoiYl.Y. , ..o).uglY, inPFdroiliPlli.4 l .
.doeris, they ,h,egan Aciona.ke itheir way:
back,—roostly,iatilh% expenses of.'!,the
.4est tgOv'ernotenConderl the sun." A
_•feWAtereiraeht-tradkulitit Winter"(hy the
Brailliatc' govertitheitt ; and now the
news comes thatotbe -last batch of thein
'are, on their .Way 'hoine iri a U. States'
man - of war; WhiPli has been; fitted and
ili3ttified fortheservice. TheiwillreaSh
hbinf_dpi ,, ,dedfif t Witter, and undotibt4 . l.
13 Sad der4han f they left. Th.* ii' re clink,
14g 1 4 0 4 1 e sl ' ci;E'Ve. O a l Pur .440 - 1 4 04444 -
; meat :they. have 4 1 A18P 4 41 1 441414,E1edit 444
sought tr i o defltrOy ; ,aigeYernment,virtikA
lifts,nUip tY4 4/01:e Owe, Inault As
high 'tr semi t i then. k
guy. lotheg tiovcitins
meat o -: earth;-;--tmt svhich taint for.
;gives and 'aids theAraiters: - . ~. •
We fr:ist . the lesson Will not •be lost.-
Ada tb these - bornesick retiele we would
,tay : You have tried your 'own land,
and you itaVii tiled Briiil ; you thbOba
' bly know''by 'this 'tithe' whlehls the
best coon tr'Y'fiir a`" getitlernie tcilfie
in. Some of yon, whom, we knee , in,
BraAl,. told US that " a gentletitancould.
not live lothe§itates-any- more." But
you have tried it, and ought to know.,
Like the boy at the 03 bow, "you pays
Your mooey,"- if you had any—" and
you takes .your choice." When yon
14iive, taken-It, abide by it,-and be true
to the gov'erunieut which bus treated
you in a gentlemanly and liberal man
ner to which most of you are stran
L 12,600 unajor•
n majority. of
in, Chicago of
in.stn C. C.P.'
o relief fundpi.,
it of the pity
for Mayor on
I_ 4 9cigyional pt
. 'pa , Ws? .
d — ic'r,iliat Society•
was made Ocean—.
eook , ,tx not helng,
‘.314 and cithile-clt- - •
td it, and, dirpoted
ied over to tho old
uler tho control of
i r eomaitttees from
(vito : lot tho„Altlelr
nlzo.tho tie* ar:,
='t• , -- - • ~, 41:!E., , (Li
den 7while• aottPEF"
Limo, :or tip) Pr ,
Lialipliel, iihioli,lie -
Icitation' *kW 'inedir
vnow aUeged that
lden,to etooi : e hle
a ohaVge:' Among
to be Se, ; to tAp.
)1e bit) ata9unting
I refabed, and - the
At oartlagea httvo
,liet. • _ ,
lottinee of the ;Gait..
a'n 4 lie seen' fie co
• y rest assured that
I hands, and. that
to a itri&t aeoenu
. • it)
.11 has beeu so,
ring upon the
Is at last reeel-
I No loud son nd
: fate, " the no
ternal signs .of
aring upon the
follow soon its
Ralt.ti94l.DDialksTE.R.—A train of cars
on the Northern Missouri Railroad, .90
miles frorti,Sl. T.Ou.ks ratl Or the, track'
antrroi-le4!dow if an embankment, turn-
ink over two t:liree times. Twelve
persons were Instantly killed,-and be
tween 20 and 30 wounded. This acct.:
dent occurred on the 11th inst. ' -
It is well.-
3 a coneut9na
that we ilow
who honor the
test the nature
I , Dr. Dail() Stanton, Auditor General
elect, died Sunday morning at his ma- .
Idenee in Beaver. The announcement
of his death, shocked the entire &ad
triunity. As the recent successful, can
didate of his party for Auditor General;
his name has become familiar to the
people of the State, and the announce
ment of his death has fallen wit start.:
ild by the Gen
for the same
lives; and _any
,d to bring like
l band who bas
eally, the end
Olive Logan says, in her lecture, that
" women carry a' concealed weapon,
which cau,.lf properly used, sway the
destinies of mankind."
Trial List for, November Tenn, 1671:
West Branch In. Co. vs Clarendon RothbOr..,
Wm. Il:Slosson vs SkiMuel,,Co'on.
Wrn. Bache vs Abram Johnson. •
11. S llastioge ye R. T. Wood: •
vs Ellen Searles & aL.
Johns Brother. .rP "f;dtoond Faulkner.
Anion Cole vs D. Stoddard. - •
L. Davenport - vs Charles Ryon.
Susan Vanderhuof vs Amos Colgrove. ,
Stowell for Bodine vs David Hart.
Adams for -Parr vs Andrew %Wetmore.
• Koss vs Joseph White. .
llloriii Bun Coal .Co.. vs J. B. Potter & al.
vs Wm. Hoagland.
William Wilson' vs D. W. Van Bulger.
Ilarinda Wood .
'Miss Osborn, vs JacobiPrntsmaa,
0. Locey • , . E. B. Pair 4ic
Eighmoy 4 lieoker''' M'Arriben a al
Grand Juras kr soy.. T.T)D, 1871.
Leander R. Anglin, Malusburg ; Vine Baldwin,
Chas. Eberents, Ro b t. Karr, Riley Coles, Delmar;
Lewis Darling, Geo Middaugb, Lavrranoeville;,
Wm Faulkrod, Benj Werline, Liberty i• Isaac
Hatbasray,, Vega ; Wm Jones, Alonzo Kimball,
P Shumway, Charleston; Ira Luce, Westfield;
Chas Mambo, Stephan Murdook, Brookfield; E
W Phelps, Riehmond ; 0 W Palmer, Sullivan;
Thos Putnam, Covington Boro ; Franklin Sears;
Itregterick Truman, Wellsboro ; Aaron think%
Rutland; Win Stepan*, ildtddlebury; Thee Ttiok=.
WRIST IYZES. .
Albert Avery, John Blitou,. Ogaa if9D)7,4-
win Klock, Willis Pentke,,Win Robb, ' Chas Seely,
Albert Tipple Wesley Bat*, Charleston;, Nei
son Bordiolt. West fi eld; Edwin' Brilltlyy; Am"
bran Close, Westfield Bort; oalria Cady, - Danl
Gee, Philander Niles, Ransom Wilson, Middle.
bury; Berner B Card, Van Bina Reynolds; Gall
ivan; Newell Campbell, Jaeob Rorapangh, Del
mar; Wm Ctiamberlln Jas Gee, Farmington;
Jae Carpenter, Audio ioley, 0 (Mothers, Geo
Navel,Wellsboro; Jas Decansey, Henry Woelhaff,
Liberty; Nathaniel Elliott, Mansfield; B Beans,
Lawrence • A 4 George, Wm Mclntyre, John.
Henry Goodrioh, 'flogs Boro;
Franklin Irvine, Union; L A Johnson, W B
'Mead ; Julius Wood, Chester Wells, Knoxville;
Franklin Knowlton, Sbippen ; Wm Lawrence,
Chas Stevens, Joliet VanNess, Rutland; Joseph
Lindley, David Fewer, T. anTenaa Bore; Jesse
Locke,Gaines;— Gee Stauffer, Ifdalnsburg ; Sol
omon Thomas, Brookfield.
Henry Ackley, A K Saylea, Westfield; James
Argetsinger, Rutland; M L Bacon, Thos Hall, J
A Martin, Bloss • Buel Baldwin, Tioga; J C Ben:
nett, Otis Gerodd, Ft C Videon, Covington Boro ;
E Bosworth, Osceola ; Newbury Close, Chas T
Humphrey, Middlebury ; Collins Culver, Augus
tus Kreisler, Delmar; Dennis Dond,_ Seymour
Oriswould, Union; Lorenzo Doud, Chas Strange,
Sullivan; B Donence, Elkland ;
,J 9 Hoagland,
Richard Mowief, Covington; Lyman Hurlburt,
Lawrence; Geo Herrington, Geo West; Shippen ;
A King. Jas 11 Stahl', Clymer; A M Loop, Nel
sorr; Ches. Moore, Liberty ; Thigh Mornroy,
Charleston; John Strang, Mainsburg•Sidney
Stoonm; Deerfield; lliratn Sherwood, Richmond;
Cbasßtensboro, Brookfield; Rankin Yin Horn,
Wellsboro ; Russel Waitron, Richmond.
.11/C2iSFIELD,, TIOOd, CO. PA.
AOlll/TY.—Charlos 11. Verrill, A. M., Prin.
Professor of Mathematics and Sci
ence and Art-of Teaching; Lemuel Amerman,
1. 8., Profelaiar of Ancient Languages and En
glish Grammar; Mrs, Maria J. Swart, Prudep.
tress; Instructor of Modern Languages, Gaogra:
phy and Botany; Miss Susan B. Preston, M. E.;
Instructor of: heading and Elocution; Francis
W. Smith, B. 8., Assistant Professor of Mathe
matics . and Natural Philosophy ; I. G . :Hoyt,
Professor of Instrumental 'Muth"; Canfield S.'
Dayton, • Professor •of Drawing and Painting;
Alonso Amerman,. Instructor .of Penmanship
• and Bookkeeping.
Winter term (14 weeks) will commence Mon
day, December 4, 1871. Spring term (fourteen
weeks) will.pommenne Monday c ldarch 18, 187,1,
Stlrlents admitted at any time. Apply to the
Prinoipal for catalogues or admission.
Nov 15, 1871 4w
Penna. State Normal Mod
any nuto4betpay he iu eliefilarou:iliiinit
bearing.thile t.EO. 17th, 187..1„1di Ad' bun=
dre 6.-11..ii`bistrten, 'a , Bei - -
naltiviilc N. - "Y. being. :c ' yirW
not he Ftl.l. JULIUS ICID7I3V;
Oct. 17. 1;74-0.10
Rea," - E
- tate Atio0•0 !
:11 1 ,1.f !, ) '
Itli undersigned is Agent fOr tte 'wits of
1 following TOWN PROPERTY :
80 VILLAGJI LOTS,
situate en the St auetteld-ruad and Stulet Strout.
Thoio luta aro in the control pore of town. and
;, Rail Road Depot.
S - JIARAL LOTS
situated on the line of the ItellAletlestad mutt,
Whose luta will bo sold on reasonable terms.
Shekitr's Sales. -
1;1 T VIRTUE 40 stiruipy.writs,c4. Ilisttraztai, foir
eari Yachts and rendition!, Explits, pined 041 ,
he Couf bf Cohithow Pleas of Trot entity, rind to
sap d irected. I will atom!" to poplin OM ito the highest
kid beet bidder,•at thourt /2.?nsgys.V74ol.4boro.ott
illotidaY; tbeWth ditY ,Uo 1871,, if too 'o'clock
P. M , the following-44Mribed property t - -
One lot of land In Diossburg on themes! side of the
Williamson road—Lot No 2 In block No. 1 npon map
of raid villago, with a one story framitbuildMg, known,
as Acadoniy Ditude,yeet front, and 81 feet
deep, with- nue buildings the reon.' tie - told as the
property of Valentine Lore, tof P•lll:uvrii.,.s
ALSO-4 lot of land In Clymer toWiship.bounded on
ilte'north bit A BT verbridgehiid Mies Doott, on the.
east by the Barber *state 44414 ort
'4Olittiby James Smith airdth• ilainnelVrak name, and
oei pe, west by this Sminutel Isl,o l 4eteveveitkomee
roWbildge. containing 170 c o rn Mars, crina, with
15W1scres improllidv Watt one traltalrittatimrs frame
.teas and apple orchards and other frill% VIM thsreels•
Td bs sold tut the property of Patrick ilinialOP, rat 01
IL IX Dent. 0 ., 5 - • 7C3:..: tv •
•,., , Alls(}ro lot 41 land In WaritionfishiN, Wanda on
Ole,north !aids of R C Lyon; ~94 Ahe tuft by 'PP
tlcit,'Oortts 0110•1aliA-A 47.9bsteolt 444' Dittifel Dater;
04 fhs south by Daldet Stypettotell, ahem litttotot bi t ttioyeet by David An:Mir/WM tllsteldir and Isaac
Attith, containing 177 , 5 scirea room or kni t about 00
acrps4ursitoted; with trite, hird,''Tdietiemit.; frame
house, apple -orchard and other.tyklt Irk* thereon.--
-TO be sobilis the property 9t.LoiNt, ift ikeS - . 4n4 A S
1(nillin; suit of Pomeroy 'Wotan's: .i**- • •
- - ALSO- 1, 610t of land ktahifleld oh' west 'able of
Wilnamson road, corner of W.eneboro'street and mouth
tilde of same/ 46 feet on Virintamset. efreet - feet on
'Welleboro street, bounded on the eonth b y is Bro,
on the west by Pitts & Brother, on the north by Welts
born *tree', and on thcesei uY, the Wllliarnson road.—
,To ;be soh} as the prOnerty. Solt of
iurditugh, Bltti & Cc: - I
.ALSO—a lot of lan4.ln OseeOla• township, bounded
on the north by t he publkohlOway, on the.west by
Clark Kimball , on thq swab by the said Clark
ball, on the east - by Hoyt, Tubbs, Fridley be.
Ing 25 feet front and 70 feet deep i• with a two story
stone store thereon. To be sold as tho property of
Geo N Bulkloy, cult of Nowton-Itulkley..
'AL5O—a lot of land In Osceola. townehlp, bounded
on the north by lands of 0 I) Reeney, on the welt by
Lirvi Skinner, on the south by lioyt Tubbs and pub•
lie or private alle);, on the east by the public high
"way, containing one half acre or thertahoute, all Jai
pioved, frame house, frame barn, outbpolldlage and
fruit trees thereon To be sold as the prpperty of Geo
W Newman, euitof 0 D Keeney.
'ALSO—a lot of land in Chatham tow noLl p; bOunded
on the north by laude of Ithenaldo Taylor, on the west
by David Churchill, on the south and east by Isaiah and
Oscar Weatmiller,ccntaining 60 acres, 80 acres impror•
ad, frame house, frame blacksmith eht l A-191trn, aps.
Ile orchard and other fruit trees thereon. -To be sold
as the property of Lewis L Carr, ault.pf L - Wond and.
If L. Ocotillo. . ,
ALSO—a lot of land in haineburg Boro, bounded
north by Main street, east by Ged &aural; iclisih and
west by'J B Strong, containing about one acre, frame
house, frame steam aid water Grist Mill, frame shed,
frame horse stable, out building and fruit trees there-
on; together with a mill race and dam attached, boun
ded ou the north-east by Geo Steelier, isighway, - John
fox, G D 3lalne, Baldwin Parkhurst, k'eleg Deed, Seth
Rummy, henry and D Dewey and J B Austin. on the
south and west by Jam UStrouls k el. to be sold as
tho propelity cf N E Calkins, suit of PomoroyDrothers.
ALSO—cvlot of land In Delmar township, bounded
on the north and east by lands of A CileasOn, on the
mouth by lands of Robert Steele, on the west by W i n
herding and A Gleason, containing two acres more or
less, frame house, frame barn, oat buildings, apple
orchard and other fruit treed thereon. To be sold as
the property otOhariesGlgason, sell of 0 L
ALSO—:a lot of land In Westfield Borottgh and town.
ship, bounded on the north by Francis Almelo) and
- Peter Edgcomb, on the eouth by Comm:moue river and
Tall Race to 0 Philllpstaw Mill, and on the east by A
'D White and Wm Reolbath and 8 D ?hilltop, contain.
l o g 100 acres, 70 acres improved. frame house, frame
barn, butbbildings, ripple orchard and other fruit
- ALSo—one house and lot InWestileld Borough, boast
ded on the north and woet pp the Cowanesoue slyer,
on th e south by Mein street, and on Asti:set by D
Bunsen, containing tbreefonrthe Qin art., frame
house, outbuildings and fruit trees thereon. To be
sold as the property of M 0 Bowmaa,ault of S D
Alps for use of Joel Parkhurat.
AL9o—a lot of land in Mansfield Borough, beundrd
On the north by henry Allen, on the east by ..Tf A Al
len,-on the month by efeminasy- Avenue, on the west
by prospect or St. James et.; beingiva fturilloblinaly
• Avenue, and 80 feet on Prospoct or Si. James, street,
f f r r idse two story house, out buildings, oritnental_and
t trees thereon. , To be 'sold as the properitof JP
• Newell and 11 it Maine, salt of Daniel .ilartrob •
ALSO—ti lot of land in Ilikfand Bortiugh;bounlled
ma'am ninth by the tlowanesque
.Rlyer on the west
,and sou th by - Joel Parkhbret, on that ea4by the pub.
lie hlgbway,-containing about two hetes, all improv
ed, frame house, frame steam tannery, fracas) @bed,
out Lnildingei and fruit ' treed Iherablif Ti Arillold as
the property. of Wing Tabor, eta) of Poralia; D un ,
him, & al. , •
,ALSO—The following delierlbed LAI ot -Lthad in
Welleboro: One bounded on the Soutithinit, by Pearl
street, southwest by Lincoln street, nOrthwest by lot
,in perthession; of Jacob biticklin, and nfortkippU by Jo e .
Biner • being 160 by 191 l Dot t ed' improved:,
~ ..A1.11:1-1 0 tteltntuded ou-thcatuattfeibt` by the ramie
-descrilred lot, soultiwist try , ./014olir lititen.".northamer
„bi Main itreef, and unre t tratZ 4 . 941/ 8t.f1ef.t.34 ,1 4%
j a o feet onZiatt lOW* ; tangelo Urban.
`WM& a tee stoutrame dwetlingt giwalitreeiltarp
frame . cavil:let and chair manufactory- operated' by,
'death Power, outbuildings and fruit thump tirtatitn,- $ l
Ablo--One lot bounded on the nor ye pr vale
alley end.flamnel lifergog Ind btl444`must by:the pub.
lie highway, south by 4nn Spelt azA, qtfien, mil ran
by John Buehler; containing 1% acrec all improvid,
with a frame house; frame barn,'outtriaildinse, Aind
apple and other fruit trees thememi; ,
sub—Vas - lot bounded on the north by-David Pia,
John Blitiler and John Dense], sew by And Strait,
meth by fibbett Kelsey, and west by .79141:-Deujfel
containing 23i some, more - ot less, all terpreretli 'with
apple and othrr frait Wes
Alma-one* lot botifid‘d' Oh um - norm' bill 'private
alley and Batunel Hertiog, on the toast by, amen Ego,
south by Ann Strait, and west by thing}Pia; aea.
twain half an summate or hate, "Iflth trim* how*
and fruit trees thereon, To ; be sold as. the property of
J litichlim John 8044er and Simon Plaits, salt of
Martha Eberena ro_y *beef
• tALSO. for of mn4 Throe
de4 to the north tit the Stitt fisW;SP: I 4 -
fink, south by the priblk hlithwASl Aktill! yjands
ofbtlizabeth Gitky; containing sir acres, all improved,
with fruit treoe thereon. To be sold' as the property
of Witham P. (Why, soft of B. P. blttfdoob, for` pee of
ALSO—A lot of land In Welithomi; bounded north.
westerly by Main street, northeasterly by lauds of B
T Van Horn, southeasterly by Pearl street; and south
westerly by land in possession of A 2 • Battu= ; Con.
Piffling one third of an acre, more or lees, all improved,
with a two story house, occupied and used ae a board.
lug and dwelling house, frame barn outbuildings and
fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the property of
David Hart, suit of D. G. Stevens. •
ALSO—A lot of land in Westfield .toWnsbip; both.
ded on the west by the wan litipzuf Tiogn county, on
the north 'by lends of John Little, east by lands of
Stephen Potter, Jr., and south.by lands of Stephen
Potter, Jr.; containing two acres, all improved, with
frame water sew mill, two, board shanties and one slab
"panty thereon, together with a right of way across
said Stephen Potties lands' for mill race to said
To be sold as the property 1.. N. Butler, spits of
11. E. Hand and N. Butler.
ALSO—A lot of land in Covington township; boon.
ded OA the north by the highway leading from Cov
ington to Frost settlement, West by lands of Edwin
Satterly, and south and east by the estate of B B Ger•
out& ; containing three.fotir th s of art Siete,. with a
two story' frame house, outinfildlograntf fruit - frees
thereon. ,To be sold as the property of James L. NM,
stilt of Simon Green.
ALSO—I lot of land In Silkland borough; bounded
on the north by the Cowanesone river, west and smith
by Joel Parkhurst, and east by the public highway ;
containing about two acres, all improved.; with hams
house. frame steam tannery, frameahod, outbuildings
and fruit tteee thereon, To be sold as the' property of
Wing ,T4tbor, suits of Darrance &Dunbar, John Park.
hurst & Co., Jobn Parkhurst, P A Beixter,'Cl 8 Harri
ton,Joil q Parkhurst, Robert Traver And J W Shoff.
4LSO—A lot of land fp the I?orough of Mans fi eld;
boundedd on" the north by Henry 'Allen,' call ,bk V I
Allen, Ootitikby Seminary at sone, "and
.wit riy Pros ,
,pact or St. James street; being NS feet citt Seminary
avenue and 80 feet on Prospectdr St *tames street,
-with A ttvo story frame house, outbwilditip,- end Ornar
mental and fruit trees thereon. To be sold as - thsepro•
pert Of T.- Newell, suite of Daniel liartsoek and Chai
4plications for—Charter's,- - •
WTOTICE is-hereby given that the fepowing
applications for- charters of inporporatlon
have been filed In my dace, end will be presen
ted 'to tlio Court of Cocemon" Pleas of -Tioga
county, Monday, November 2Y, 18 11 . t-• -
Application of Jactb Jones, John M.• Evans,
and William Richards, for charter of inoorpora
tior for "First Mount 'Melt' Congregational
Obureb'ofillossburg." ' ".
Application of John , U. Barden, Samuel W.
tBfierinap. Stephen H. W.ood, and, othore,..under
the name of the "Ba,pflet'Ohrifoli - 63*
JOHN F. DONALDSON, Prosy.
BALDWIN"! - SHANTY.
Arluis a aloe aesaiitneut
- • 1.,
Fall 'Bl, W4riter Goods
BALDWIN'S- • SHArY,
you. wUut Dices ,00.4..u1d'0f all 1409,-
call at BALDWIN'S Shanty.-
If you Want Alpaca, Call for the
Grand- Dutehese. -
It you, want an Ottoman Shawl,
. call at BALDWIN'S Shanty.
If you want Ladies (t. Gents' under
calf at IJALDWITS Shsnty.
If you want notions and' trimmings,
call at BALDWIN'S Shant3r.
If :you want Fars, -
' esll tit, BALDWIN'S Shanty.
If youlwant knit floods,
call "tIIALDWIN"S Shinty.
If you WantllattrandCai)s,
oalL - at . BALDIOIS Shanty.
' t 1 '1 ,7 - i4I I *DiaIWAT-0 S }121411 ;
Ifo l l::*OtAasialVailltiai t i`i,Grober.:
fr , :esb, • ,
call at B4pWIN'S, §hanti.
If yon want:a r t*ty- tnacle suit; of
' call nt:BADWIDi'I3 - sllanty.,
If you want taatt .
youx4naaaoral i TTio m - -
at I IN'S amity.
if you want later. ,Coats,-
all - VikOit.U)l9ll4l . B- Shinty.
If you want lit;i6foOciiir,
call at /341)WIN'S Shanty.,
Ryon - want 'pikes that cant be beat,
call atiRADWIN'S 'Shanty.
Tha i ts whats the Natter.
-are al* tts - to sell these goodb
before we le ye the. filbsnty.!
. , .
• T. L. 3ALDWIN & CO. ' I
N0v.,1, 1871. . . •
AGENTS WANTED! ere!g
goat popular b00k..-with tito Illestrattone, likenesses
ot all the Presidenterbeitatifully bound, and printed
on finfedpepir. ;
Its Rulorsand Institutions.
IN RIMLESS AND oitlarAy.
Nothing Mks it. Strike, everybody select the book
they need. It Is an fineyelopapdla of the Government.
Single pegel'in it, arc of themselves /worth the price
of the book. Ontr 1MPP.9041 ovaY PAO. A Mob
Harvest for Canvasserik.umes and gentlemen— far-
mers, teachers and students. One agent took 75 orders
44 6." 4 4% Wigh Cirlaar akttr. Wore Me book rola :
$ g day can be el ared in Asir territory. rite as
ono* for Oircutor mad lurormtitlop. ItZW WORLD
PIIBLISIIINU CO.. Cor. 7th and Market Iltreetv,Phil•
adelplibi.--Nor 1187147 -
For a Book that will Sell.'
. BY THE RENOWNED
This is an origioal, interesting andinstracUqe work
full of rime Ban pod hurpor; !nag an aooount of the
AUTHOR!!! PEWS/MD/IAL LIVE, his wonderful
tricks and tea% • wlth.laughebli incidents and adven•
tares as a Illagiclin,•Neerosaanear, and 'Ventrlloqulst:
, .18 Ptitt Page Engravings.
beside. the Anthei•bs Pannell on steal, and numerous
the volume is free groin of. ohjeattonible matter
being high-toned and moral in its °benefit., and will
be read with deep interest, both'br old and young. It
gives the moot graphic( and thrilling accounts of the
erects of his wonderful feats and magical tricks, caus
ing e most uncontrollable Merriman t and lau ghter. the
Oisvalars, Terms; a ^ !.‘ with fall information sent
free on application to - -
DUP//1241) ASIIMEAD, Publisher.
Pct. Id, 187b-4m 111 eansom at: Plastids.
WICK})TI & FARR
WilArit sow rimitt,s4.4 wax
seooftd - Steel(
eilleg theta at their usual
.Iv.s 011 aP
tea Ictiat a g 994 assortmant tie
Not. 1, 187
•J.. 4 ... .1
WIONRiat a PAWL
New Millinery Goods!
basjust fooolved u !urge
/'gird faebioxiablo usiortinent of . -
Fancy Goods, Parasols, Gloves,
FANS,, #l43BONs, nsowpßoLact.,
which rho is seedling t very low pricer. Drop
fn and see the now go. de,
Oat. 11 , 1871;1r
A. C. WINTERS, A. ?.li, Prirsupal.
Mrs. S. HART, Preoeptrost.
X t ,I L NDWARDS, B. E. _
B. O. WHEELER, B. E.
Hies H. DARTT, M. E.
" KAT,E REYNOLDS. M. E.
" IDA STODDARD, B. E.
Miss ANNA GILLETT,
CRAB. 0, THOMPSON, Prof. of Drawing.
111414 f. W. TODD, Inst. and Vocal Muolo.
' (SOD to all resldents'o( the Borough.)
Commonl Et;glish $5,00. - Higher $7,00.
Emelt; German, Latin, Each, $l,OO.
Italian, $2,00, Instrumental Muste,...slo,oo.
Drawing in ?lasses, $5,00, prl ra te,...85, 00.
0111'41 Ong, $lO,OO.
'EFaltterin opens September 11,1871.
= JNO. I. MITCHELL, Huey.
%Inshore Ang. 10, 1871.
Lecture Course- , ;4871-12, •
CIE haw; men. engaged
' for tho . Merniate ladetureteocfrifi fortinf ea.-
GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS Feb. 72. 1272.
ANNA E. DIOSINSON • ' March 4,1874,
RDWINII. Off APIII
HON. WILLIkI, PARSONS..— • '
VNTS.OI.IO7IM V. MABRY— —.„
GEMS VANDRNIZOit,f ...
M. P. ELLIOTT, Ptesit.
•JOHN I. MITOHELL, '
JEROME /1, POTTER,
Gept,27,41171 tf Managers,
Z. 0.8 &Liz.
ABOUT 110 sates of land known as the Wm.
„L'Mitehell - farm at Mitchell's - Creek, Tio
garCe., Pe ! , With Wee dwelling houses, a steam
Saw Mill and :Barns aad other buildings--one
of the best looations for a lumbering or other
manufaatuting establishment on the Tiogs
Also, adjoining a' lot of about 185 acres, a
bout 30 acres in pasture. Would make a good
larm—timber enough on it for fuel, lumber,
posts, &a., to pay for it.
Alscrabout 740 acres of timber lands with
some improvements, about a mile east of the
above described lands—valuable for Ilenalook
Bark, timber and farming lands.
Also two lots of land Of one •aore ;each, ettus
tad at lloilidaytown, in tho.township of Middia
bary—on which there is a store,-barn, &o.
Those desiring to purchase enquire of llfrs.
Jane Mitchell on tho - promises at Mitchell's
Creek. ' 0. 11. BEYMOUR,
October 18, 1871.-tf. Tioga, Pa.
Gen'l Insurance Agency
KNOXVILLE, TIOGA CO., PA
Life, Fire, and Accidental.
Asaets overt/ #,000,000.
ASSETS OP COMPANIES
Ins. Co. of North America, Pa.. . .. 0,050,535 60
Franklin Fire Ins. Co. of Phi1a,Pa,1,087,452 95
Republic Ins. Co. of N. Y., Capital, $750,000
Andes Ins. Co. of Cincinnati, " $1,000.000
Niagara Fire Ins. Co. of N. Y 1,000,000
Farmers Nut. Fire Ins. Co., York, Pa. 909,889 15
Pbconli Nut. Life Ins. Co. of Rut
ford, Conn 5,081,970 50
Penn'a Cattle Ins. Co. of Pottsville. 600,000 00
Total' $24,229,847 84
Intraiwnee promptly effected by mall or other
wise, on all kinds of Property. Ail losses
promptly adjusted and paid. Lire stook !near..
ad against death, fire or theft.
.1 am elto•egentlar the - Andes Fire 'lna Co.
of Cipoinnati.„- Capital, $1,200,000. , •.. •
AltoommunikratiOnitproniptly- attended to r
°Moe ort Mill Streot, 2d door from Main et.,
inostville, Pa. WM. B. SMITH
1871.41., • Agent.
FOR ANY PAPER
until you soo a copy of
Tile beat Family Paper in America.
The Finest Engravings,
The best Original 4'tories,
The most carefully selected matter,
The cheapest and finest printed paper
, EVER ISSUED.
And'offerlnethe Largest and Finest PRESSN
TATION CllllO3lO to every Subsoriber. Pub
Belted monthly at
~One Dollar and Fifty Cents
a year; and the Ohromo could not be purchased
for that amount.
We return to the OLD FASHIONED PLAN
of Yearly Subsoriptions, because we can •thus
spend the amount usually paid to News Agents,
in adding to the quality and elegance of our pa
It COSTS THE BUSSCHISEES,LESS and they get
a more valuable paper. t'
Other publishers say we can't afford it. We
say we do afford it, and shall continue to, until
we hare the largest subspriptlOn list in the coun
try. Then we shall stop and lacrosse our price
for the paper alone.
• 80ad ten cents for sample copy, before you
subscribe for any other paper. Address
%.• .11Eputy 11. Satan,
28 Allen St , Buffalo, N. Y.
NNTS. , WANTS!): Ladlee preferred) ,
every'ottl, ttiten - an Village in the Wilted &Wei
and Oanadaa, and liberal terms are offered.
Nov 1671.-2 m
3lis. C. P. SAIITH.
e v ,
121-1 P• 1 •" 1
YOUTHS & BOY'S CLOTHING, sale
2.6 DQZ. GENTS SEURTB& DUAWERS, •
for sale cheap at 21.41.11
4 eon itue of
•;_A - :::'''Flatitiet;''Blink,6,_
A full line . of new and de f eirable styles of
The Dress Goods Depart me
will be found very attractive, as it comprises many new al l
ble styles of Goods at prices that cannot fail to suit.
The piblie are invited to call and examine my stock b
Wellsboro, Oct., 18,1874.
Maw CA - ocs4ll.El sit X-plow 121'
J. A. Parsons ST,
Diy 4100 , d8, Boots & Sli
AT THE LOWEST CASIIi PRICE
Heavy Sheeting, 10, 11, and 12*
New Prints, 6*, 10, 12i.
ißleaohed Moline, fine, 12*, .16; 18, 20.
Flannels, all kinds at leas thin value
Cloths and Cashmeres,
Handsome Dress Goods,- 25 and 310.
Now Batteens, extra guedity, 75c.
Black Alpacas, 31, 34,- 44, 50e.
Hoop Skirts and Corsets, cheaper t 4.412 9v9r.
Waterproofs, all Style's,
Shawls, hi Great Varie
Men's 2-Sole and Tap Fine Kip Boots;
" Tap Sole, A. H. Calf Boots, -
" Tap Sole French 'Calf Boots,
44 2-Sole and Tap French Kip BOots,
Boys' half Double Sole Kip Boots, I -
" 2-Sole and Tap Fine Kip Boots,
Youth's Kip Boots, - - • -
This Entire Line of Boote is mann'
bq us in °vat'
Women's Cal Vamp Balmoral Shops,
Woman's Calf Yamp Polish Shoes,
Misses and Children's W
Our entire line of LADIES' SEWED - ORK, at equall y low prte
We carry an inlmonno otroit of otg regujs Flakes and escrt uureelyes e to
growing. We do not Intend to taka.the back track a; tht 4 14to 49y, b9t
do as we advents* in &Weals', making no 9iakpe that op cannot carryout.'
just received, and for
every diseriptiQnjast resolved at
just received and for sale cheap at
OF acißtiMa, AitE SELLIPte
TO 11E BQUND 1$ THE 00.6XTRY
Price List I
aatarad at J
reopeot as t
-el:. 4. 11'1.11111SO
lIA.It - p3EN'
sale cheap at HAR
Riotiardsou's for us, auxi l
former years. , ,
rk equally .
'help 11. t
.75 dc 3.00
25 & 3.50
.25 & 2.60
keep our 4609