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A COUNTY AGITATOR.
_ - L©cal items.
WAIDNESD4Y. DEC. 13, -1871.
ow • AsiVortioemento.
Eight o Way—Wm. Bach°.
Now Storo at Riklau.l-31nIth a :Waite
Pianos And Organs—l.O. Hoyt k co.
A tt'y at LAW—J. 0. Strang.
Dr. Up De Graff operated upon three
pulp?, men for oross-eye, on ,tho Bth inst.
SOCIABLE.--Tide. ladies will give 4
calico neck•tie sociable at
, the Baptist call, on
Tuesday evening, tic nth. , Itefreshme.ts 1011
ire served on that occasion, All aro inviod:
Front January 1, 1872, mailerviee
from Wellsboro to Tioga will bo porfoiated by
the Wellsboro and Lawrenceville railroad.
Subscribers to the right of way for
tho W. , and L. railroad,. are now called upon
to pay fifty per cent. elf their snbseriptions to
the Treattarer, William Baobo, Esq
I f you want good goods, cheap, call at
Baldwin & Co. inform us that they
hesc just received a new stook of goods at Moir
A train of care on the W eitaboro and
awreneeville railroad made the if i rtti entry into
iho berough on Saturday ailerrioon last. A
number of our citizens went down to take n ride
into the borough on 'the Brat _train. Look out
for tb'e cars when the whiitle blows. ,
NOTICE.—AII persons having book Or
notelteeount with J. Boheiffelin, Jr., are reques
ted to call and settle before January I, 1812, or
costs will ; he made without further notice. This
moans bi4iinees. •
TRAMIEL—Air, Julius Dbrk, bf Del
mar, has our thanks for u large; cabbage head,
measuring 313 i inohwin oirgumference, and per.
featly solid. Mr. D. also left at this office a
hen's egg,. measurin: 8 by 8a inches.
Mr, E. Stevens, of Nelson, was badly
Injured one day last week. 'He was leading a
young cow, which • became frightened, throwing
Mr.-Stevens against the fence, breaking bia bip
and otherwise injuring him.—,Valley Ent.
Persons indebted to this office (Or joh
work, advertising and subscription, will 'please --
hear in mind that we are Incurring a heavy ex,'
pence to improve our paper ,tbe coming year,
and will need every dollar due us.
remember the fact/
MINSTRELS.—The Wellsbcoto 'Alinl
strels will give ono of their entertainments hi the
Opera Rouso at Bloseburg, on Saturday evening
next, the 18th inst. This troupe has given good
satisfaction to crowded houses in this village,
and we can promise our friends in BIM a rich
treat on that 000ssion.. Give them a good honso.
Our new District , Attorney, S. C.
Strang, Esq., has located himself in this village,
and will be found at the office of Ron, Jerome
B. Niles. See his card in another colatn4,
Five more chests of four shilling tea
SAID AC,IDENT.—A Mr. Phillips, of,
Niles Valloy met with a sad accident on the let
inst. . Oa hi ' way home, a short distance below
town: his ho ses became frightened and unman
agestiel, • thr wing Mr. I% violently upon the
groun4brui ing him terribly, and tearing the
flesh nearly off his note. Dr. Thompson dressed
the wound, and placed tho flesh back on the
nose, which is healing nicely.
SAD ACCIDENT.—A young lad, - by
the name of A. Labor, TS shot on the 28th of
November, and instantly killed, under the follow
ing circumstances : It appears that he and ano
ther lad were out hunting, and when returning
home, his comrade fell, and his gun went off, the
ball passing through the heart .of Labar. His
funeral took place at Sabinsvillo on the 29th ult.,
and was largely attended.
Hugh Young & Co.. are now recei - v
ing their holiday goods, consisting of beautifully
bound Bibles, prayer and hymn books, mahoga•
ay and rosewood writing desks, aromas, stereo
scopie pictures, and fine editions of the works of
the standard authors for pro tsentation gifts.
We have also the largest stook of diaries for
1872, bought directly from the manufacturers,
which we are selling al from 10 cents to $3 50
each. Pocket books of every variety. Call and
examine our stock. Dec. 13, IST2 217
Buffalo robes, at I ow prices, at , '`
—NEW STORE IN ELRLAND.—Messrs.
Smith ,4 Waite, of Corning, N. Y., have started
a branch dry goods store in Elkland, in this
county._ Those •gentlemen are - first class mer
chants, and their ropntation for honorable deal
ing is unquestioned. They always keep a good
assortment, sell for small profits, and aro always
prompt in tbeir dealings. We cheerfully recom
mend this new store to the public, and hope it
will be well patronized. Seh advertisement in.
Butßm.—A Wisconsin Justice of the
Peace lately granted hinrolf a divorce.
—There were 60 deaths from small pox in Cin
cinnati last week: • •
—A now Christian/Church has been organized
in Clymer recently./ Rey. I. B. Sitocktim pastor.
—Joseph 13ernatir, an old resident of Delmar,
died on the 2d ;natant, aged about 70 years.
--A cooper shop has been opened on the-cor
ner of Crafton and Water atreete,iWellaboro.
TIOGA, Nov. 25, 1871.—1 n puesuabee
of a resolition passed at the late Republioan
7 County Convention, I have appointed the follow
ing County Committee for the ensuing year :
John'W. Guernsey, of Tinge, Chairman ; J. B.
Wellsboro ; R. B. Rose, Sullivan; B. Kin
ney, Jaokson; C. B. alathir, Lawrenceville; A.
-Alba, Knoxville; Pall Brook.
Chairman of late Co. Conv'n.
Mr. M'Collin, the blind vocalist, gave
a second "parlor entertalnutert" itt - -the' Court
last Wednesday evening,' to a large and
appreolative audience. Mr. M'Collin is a. colle
giate, and met with his misfortune by the acci
dental discharge eta gun, soon after his gradu.
Won. Ile ezeels efinallyAn musics- and,filoou
lion. ilia receptions consist ot iongs and reci
tations, up and down the gamut, from grave to
gay„Some of his selections fairly convulsed his
audierioe with laughter. -Votadthatanding the
lots of his eyesight, (a prieelCsi blessing,) be en
gages in these efforts to gain an honest living,
and be deserves, and his entertainments are wor
tby of, a liberal patronage. •
HERMAIC LECTURE.—Frederick Dou
giags, the oelered ora'or, will feetnro before the
'female society on the <vening of tho 15th inet.
The Lyceti ruts him on the mule this season
eith the follon-Ing subjects: Ratite Detningo,!'
" Self-mnde Man," " William tho Silent," and
" Composite Nation."
• Mr. DtAglass is a good-speaker, a &wail rest
toner, and is listened to with marked attention
et all his lectures. Ho has long been beforo the
poblie, and it would bo useless to attempt ,to
Pre fin idea of the licturer's inexhaustible sup- -
Or of wit, oreven to touch on the many themes"
, n which lie, dwells.
We can as i duro the publio of a rich treat,:aa
Mr. Douglaia never faile to bring the bousit'down:,
0 0 and bear Min, by all means, _ _
_ • .
The first little accident on the W. and
t. railroad, happened at the Pollidaytown depot,
EU the 2d inst. The cOnstruotion train came
down at a little before three P. M., on, two
4r cars, one loaded an one empty, and word
mending on the main track. The tip train, run
-414 at an average rate' of 'speed, got within a
I t" Yards of the lumbar oars, when the engineer
shistio down breaks; not-in lime however to
'top tho train, which came plowing its way aro'
tl k° empty car, until it hid Aerncilliliirthis whole
Croat of the locomotive; the empty oar, - and bro.
ken the loaded one too badly to mointalkits load.
tifit.puNG FißE.—The Qld thouee
in floxville, near, eocning, boolepg_o_44l
Visoher, was destroyed by fire on the sth inst.'s='
The contents were owned by 'Edger 11111, whose
loss will he light above the insurante.
TOWANDA FIRE,--011 the 51.11 illfst. a
tiro broir • out in a frame shop on Maia 'street in
Towanda destroying; the followiagliroper# :
James Mama ,and A. J. Noble, dwelling
houses; John Beldieman, dwelling house, occu
pied by S. D. Ttdd; a cabinet shop owned by
Mr. Allyn. ; Supposed to be the work of an in
cendiary. The lots will exceed $B,OOO, partially
covered by insurance.
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.--Tile Elmira
Advertiser chronicles the following wieldent,
which occurred near that city, at Pleteher's cross
ing, on the sth instant. The engineer of the
train reports a wagon aa r standing on the cross
ing, and though the usual signals were given,
there was no attempt to get* out of the way of
the train. The engine strugic the• establishment,
killing the horses, institap,p, and knii)4ing the
wagon into nnmeretui pfecis. The rminflitie was
In the wagon was fonrid'ajoltely+,rolled , i 444 a
blanket on the coweatcher. He gave his name
as John Cornell, of Jackson, Pa., but was utterly
unable to give any particulars as to how he hap
pened to bo in the•way of the train.
How MYSTERIOUS.-:—I heard that
Horace Greeley said that Mrs. Grant told _Mrs.
Colfax that she heard that Bridk Pomeroy said
that Mr. Beecher thought there was no doubt but
that it was true that President Grant heard' tkat
Horace GmltrtliCamed that Ilyjilyitie accuse
13ep 'Huttet'lliflir4in ' that' thiPlait tinks Ida
made the remark that Mace whipped Coburn Ibecause1 be
cause Coburn insisted that be beard that DM
.Tweed had said tba Petroleutn V.-Nasby had
got mad because Josh Billings told him that be
beard Gerritt Smith declare that ho hoard' that
---;- Yourig's wires ea d that the best place to
buy books stationery ,Ind fancy articles for the
holidays, fs at H. Young it Co's bookstore. They
have just received a largo stook, which 1414
salt the taste and theTYrWiliet. Totio`p.-111 , trodletr.
Hortons have just returned from N.
York with a cheap lot of goode. Go to
' THE WOODEN - WEDDING.—For the
benefit of the Many friends of Mrs. and Mr. G.
W. Merrick, we publish below the poem written
and read by Rev. Dr. Mitchell ort_the occasion
of the " wooden wedding" at the residence
the above parties, on Saturday evoning;Nov.2s.
Mrs. and Mr. George W. Merrick. •
:You've lived five - years as man and wife,
And find it very good ;
And now, to. mark advance ip i life; • t
Are gathering bits or wood !
I wood, in woody measures, bear
My tribute to your feast;
And thus, with others, bring a share,
Altho' my shard provo lealt. •
So take my bit of / woody rhyme, • -
The growing pile to s well ;
While, at the close of five years' time,
Still peals your marriage bell.
It comes in sport, yet earnest, too :
Ireart•prayer 'neath wordy Icreen ;
Like far-tree, covered o'er sittti,PiMit,
4 Stiff standing, ever-green.
In life and love, may you twain bo
Like two twin cedars, green ;
Your virtues tough as hickory;
Eim-like, in graes,'your mien.
Bright be your lot as cherry blow;
'Your joys as maple sweet ;
Your mutual trath_keep love aglow
With steady birch-fire beat.
With heart of oak may yoti bear up,
Should storms your pathway sweep ;
If hemlock mingles in your cup,
May you not pine nor weep.
May stately ash the emblem be
Of parents' honest pride,
In saplings of the parent tree
trpgrowirig by y,opr side.
May olive plants around you grow
And thrive, like—schools of perch*; ..---• -
And they be trained,—if—row—you know,—
. Without the aid of—birch. -
Unitid, may your bourse long run
- Before the willow wares, "
Or cypreev, with its foliage dun,
"Weeps o'er your loved ones' graves.
Aln when the aturibone 'Comes, at last,
As come it mast to all;
When, 'nenth the fell destroyer's blast,
Your tree of life must fall;
May you, in that distressful hoar,:,
o cheered Ala:Oghty,
And oloth4l - with a viatorlous power :
As strong as—/ignom ,
But the Major received the following effusion,
(found tacked to his Palmer's patent,) which was
not read: . ..
At wooden weda:Tie, pray let - us know
Bow wooden men oan laugh so !
But hold—l think five Oars ago
The oase Stood "half and half" ao.
pet if the,timber 'a good, why it 7
Will answer instead, they eay,
Of flesh and blood; and, if it fit,
Is a leg-itimate leg.aoy.
• beautiful style of seamless kid gloves
TIOGA RESURRECTED. —We were
agreeably surprised, on visiting Tioga village on
Thursday last, to see upon its. rains-,largo and
handsome brick buildings oreoted, which reminds
one of the resurrection of Pompeii. We do not
wish to be understood that Tioga slumbered 1800
+um, as did Pompeii; but that it has. - airung
up, as it were, almost in n day, having burned
down only list May "term of court. The large
brick block erected by Mr. B. C. Wickham, is
handsome- r in- appearance, - substantialtr - bil T
and, when finished inside, will be convenient for
the various kinds of business to be conduct_e k in
it. The first story will be occupied by the Vega
bank, and also used for storest•4 B :::ilitalid for.
aloes and store rooms ; and the third for a pub
lie hall, which will be one-third larger than any
other public hall in the -county. Mr. 0. W.
Sweetland, merchant tailor, joins this block on
the west with a brick store of the same bight
and style. of finieh- ontside, The : inside work, -
we underictaridi l ji 'raetton& to none In the
county. ;Iteat4ve enikre4thit ,:Baldttin
block, s, three sbrf butliTing;frontineWellsboro
street, which will compare favorably with similar
structures In large oities. Both stores of this
block will be occupied by the owners during the
winter. Mr. H. E. Smith moved into his.atele
on Monday last, where he will dear out4oltds
over the counters of the best arranged and band
sorriest shoe store in the county. He tells us be
intends to keep a stock that will be in keeping
with the store. - 544, Scheiffelin f Jr.,- the . -live
hardware dealer, With hie mina! spirit ...of - tido. :
prise,.has also erected and nearly completed a
brick store adjoining H. B. .Smith's, which
- beauty, and will vie with any in Elmira in gen
eral napearaucr, and we question if it is not
ahead In - cott enieneeter 'that-which it iiidisign
ed. Scheiffelin has a handsomeandyrell-arremed
front , (his store, we inesia,) which' ilioefhlitt *-
grand chance for the displayot articles.- 'We_
learn that he will he in his new quarters in two
or three wecki, when; be invites his friends and
tbC public generally to givo him a fashionable
call. We suggest tint 'on, that occasion 'the
-guests wear their. Sunday elothee and bosetizins;
so as to fully enjoy the best and most tastily ar
ranged hardware store In this section. The goods
_en exhibition will be for sale t any-who wish to
c purebase. Mr. P. Piller. has, alsofbuilt a very
neo:t brick store adfoining Scheiffelin, tvbioli
is very neatly and tastily' finished. Mr. P. S.
!tattle has nearly completed his brick store, op-
LpOsite the late Hazlett' house, which be intends
1;to occupy as a grocery anroyisi_ort . store; and ,
'which is also a neat and s ubstantial building.
' Our Tioga friends have so nobly redeemed
themselves since the late fire in
we shall raise no objections to their remaining
in the 00 - unty, but can't consent to let them' haie
-the-county buildings. So pitch in, gentlemen,
Nice double shawls, from $3 6) to $6,
1866—Nov. 25-18 h.
.. ~: ~~'~, 1571:;'
i LIBItRTy.-.t 7 The autumn months have
come to a elose, r and the trees have bsooren dia.
robed, of tbeir,garroints of green. Brery bush;
shrub and flower has been blighted by 'the an.
tumn frosts, and all nature Bonn to time put on
,ittinyAahilitztent of winter. The melodious
Inatherttillnifggers of the fields and woods, that
cheered our °Mims drooping spirits with iheir
sweet strains of music during the fragrant months
of summer, have taken their,flight to the far off
sunny climes of the south. There seems, as it
were, a funeral pall banging over the vegetable
kingdoin of the Northern States.,, In eurimtk
sings ov ' the cOudni iiririter''rutiritys,l '7,f,, at
sometim almost led t&exolaim, " Oh, how long
will it e that wo are to ho shut up in ou'i /mu
ses by the driling snows and dreary winter
winds ?" Yet, were it not for the changes of the
seasons, life would seem very monotonous in
deed, Americans aro very fond of variety, for
it is the spite of life witiMhem . ,
Tbe eitizene Of. t our'spitting village have
for i th ePiot iv 4 rontbe " 4-y+y, much excited
oven %hi) I.wa: at enspfs atle i,ip that time, by
sbuie bionic hifar iiii incendiary, I t fire the hotel
of Mr. John Irvin. The man that suspicion
seemed to rest upon, was arrested after the first
attempt, and brought before one of our Justices
for examination, but-the Justice said there was
not- sufficient proof to justify him in binding the
prisoner over, After the second attempt'at the
same diabolical work, the same susploioni char
'actor was again arrested by the Constable of Un
ion township ; but unfortunately the criminal
made gottliteseqffe teem ttAkfMtettlespnt
ti ~ le-,, ,
ine'rning UsWidaythat hq r .ailo4 011'
before the Justice of the Peace in Union for ex
amination. We know not whether the man is
guilty of the crime, but the foot of bit making;
his escape - from the officer goes a great way to
establish his guilt in the minds of quite a num
ber of' our citizens. I am told that on Friday,
the Ist instant; the said criminal came in and
gave himself up, anti on the day following was
tried for the offense before the Justice of the
Xenon of ilitinittitetiehlp,ZWiloient proof was
furnished on the part .of the Commonwealth to
justify the magistrate in binding him over 'to
court. - .
The village of Liberty, notwithstanding the
several audacious attempts to . reduce it to piles,
is steadily groWing and improving in appear;
slice. Mr. Albert Hriee and Mr. Alpheus Shef
fer have each erected themselves a fine dwelling
house, and have had them finished up in good
taste, which adds very much to the appearance
df- that jwart of the village. Messrs. H. H. Shef
fer, Henry Lutz and D. B. Mackey have each
a dwelling house undeirmourse of erection, which
when finished will make fine appearing dwelling
The prospects of the Catawissa railroad Wen
. bi 1s : to pass_ Absough our section, have
- conehlertdiktti.do intuottolug some parties to
make improvements in orir locality. I hope
these prospects may be realised speedily in the
building of the road. If constructed, it will en- .
hence the value of real estate in our village fifty
per cent. We have long felt the want of such a
thoroughfare through our eeaqon.
Business men in our villege'lltilliolpomode7 t
rate amount of business. Was money 'noel°
scarce, and collections so hard to be made, we
would be able to do a brisk business In all de
partments of trade; for the demand for goods
and wares is: as grit as ever.
orliekt*givedialk"aurrounding country an
idea of our business capacity, we give the follow
leg statement of establishments ih successful
operation. Wo have tiio large dry goods stores,
two drug and grocery stores, three cabinet ware•
rooms, one wagon,and carriage shop, three blahlv ,
smitlr'shope, one tailoring, 61244' two millinerf
shops, two saddle and harness shops, one photo;
graph gallery, one tin atop, one jeweler shop,
two doctors, one tannery, one meat market, and
two first. class hotels... OCOABIONAL.
The largest stock of cloth' in town at
TISMPBB,A4QD CONVENTION.—The I.
0. of G. T.'s Will hold a quarterly convention
with a Wide Awake" lodge, at Knoxville, com
mencing Tbdraday, December 21, at lqi . o'obich
A.M. The,convontion tweet In difeit shat 6n.
All the lodges in tho oounty are requested to
send dolegatat;• Tba:.follawing.anbJeati:llllVl
considered by the convention : "By what politi
cal ac tion cap the tomperueo, liestAfifig
motet re Tito - day ent"thii- 7 0hairen Co. Milt Tet.-
poranoe cause." Lecture on Thursday evening
by Dr. D. D. Buck. All friends of the tempe-
rance cause are invited to attend.
6; 1871:'7C r`
$BO Rwit4p.—l hereby offer a re
ward of $lO eaoh'for information by whioh I can
find throw Elios /lowa : aiming :Mapkittles;Nith
the .I'cLi/(4lring , ntlnitark:tiFlott ; them:'.
200 1 / 8 -177422i'-'.nd
log I the fall of 1814: "Will' be' paid
by B. Monroe, at Wellaboro Pa.
Nov. 29, 1871-6 t. E. A. JRNNINGS.
J. D. M
i,ltKilittiiljx44ol%lkibelf#l4/111ine, bad a
stiff leg bent at the knee, limbered and strength
ened by the me of Johnson's Anodyne Liniment.
The proprietors of Johnson's Anodyne Lini
ment, P‘‘r 4l a'a ,urg4Ttive audrinenittah's
Cavalry Condition Powders, have patisilifiiP
readable and Instructive pamphlet, which may
be had free at,•thfeatoree. 7 -A •
.? • 'eft
LIST OF LETTERS *remaining in the post
office at We!labor°, Dec:9, 1871 :
A A Amsbry, E M Butler Charles
B Ilsilley'r Caber M Hanoi; :Csiritio dY 7 2,'
Deldrieh, Michael Paley, 0 H Goldsmith 8, Ella
Griffin Emma Gile, Catherine Harrison, A M
1 1 azlift, 11
14-oas, -Hannah Hoek, Erankci Hart
2,431 Hanydrifilidet Hall, W H Jones, AII
Jitalteon, Rusiel - LasitiliiilMai7 Laird, Alex Les
lie,W Marvin, Willie Moori, - Z Myers, R Miller,
Thomas Malory ,
. Emma M Moore, 0 NasN . Elisa
M'Parki Christopher - Rilititey;
Frank Rosenerans, Mrs D A BionArDiiild'
Smith, J Smith, Beer Widner,
If; 4 4 7illioirii,'P
Shells, Truman Wheeler, J S Sohcreline
In calling_ prfkny of_Aß.AVll'Me.jalksl4-11.'
Ilfiriftilavniairtire - date ''o - r fAitittife
Dec 13, 1871
Steamboat Captain, of Pittsburgh, Pa., writes:.
"The inventor of liftsrman'e ilantrArrEas is a
_the hutriffitu;. I was a victim
to the worst form of Dyspepsia ; my health failed
to such an extent that my Physicians pronounced
.meinourable.,--rhad used r)s - txf Tat:Oldies
and eveyooli a toyage to foil hutnoth
t. g cell s .41 tnti;z:When *Bair ' nit 11, yr
, lON :Xtllloinionded' I 'efinenr sl it I-Lbut
my friends insisted, I at last yielded. I am
thankful that I did so, tor it cured me and I am
now as well, hale and strong as I was fifteen
Deo. 6,1871-1 m I 0
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SALE IN ;:ili l lklKßTYPTCY:lnl7tactor.lianee
with an Aqt of-Congress, approvedralfe 2d
day of filarOcA. D.18137`, - niattlek,,A4n - t act 'to
establish a' uniform systaixr - of - hattitthptey
throughout tsoyoltod States," the undersigded,
assignee of t e estate of John Parser .find James
Blaelri„bankirupts,,will expose to'lpublio, sale on
- Titeaday, Doemberi M
gth; I, Sit , 1 /o'clock P.
M.; at-the Cti rt Holm, in Wellidloko; Vogl' Co.-
Pa., all, the ght, title. 'utmost, claim and de
wand wbatcCoVer of JobW, , parrer, bankrupt
above) named; of, in, to or out of all thole Two
certain lama lots, situated inc r illossburg ;Tloga
Co. Pa , known as and being late .- number :nine
and ten (No. 9 and 10,) in .blook number six
(No. ti) of said town oflliolehurg. Lot. No
hes emoted thereon it era - all . 'one Moifink a .
half frame h9nee,..with kl,tphen,attaohed. . Tampa
cash. .14..."•• t-- ' O. ILAVAtillitr; ''''
Noy. 29,1971-3 w. -Assignee.
Mm.ml=m4m . .-
GEO. W. MERRICK, P. M
BAIT FO , '
East y • '-
Lear ing the East an arriving at Chicago or
Indianapolis, how shall we r auk:the _Wilt?
TheittakilfilelithOithisineditidl6 . ka 31 - 1
Qraoined together with the B. do Itailreitl
by the Iron Bridge at Burlington, and called the
Bußtanartpl# o loW - I'4;
The auifilline of ille - Hotteriinfiluito ba
connects with the great Paoine Beads, and forte"
to•day the leading route to California. The Mid.
die Branok - entering Nebraska at Plattswoutb,
passes through Lincoln, the - State Capital, and
will, this year be finished to Port Kearney,' for•
ming the shortest route across the Continent by
over 100 miles.
Another branch of the B. M., divergOg at
Red. Oak, falls into a Rue running down this Mb=
spurt through St.. Too to Kansisa ,CO", .41„4
K 11121134., .Pass9ngorf by this reatijoiCiiisaidiStio
Miliols; - Biiiiitrirtadwi; and Mililittriiiintt; by a
slight divergence, eon see Nebraska also.
Lovers of fine views should remember the Bur
lington liOule,l for Its . towns "high-gleaming
from afar"—itOree-fringed streams-14 rougli
bluffs and quariles—its oorn•ooeans stretehing
over the prairies further than eye can reach.
Land-buyers will be sure to remember it, for'
they have friends among the two thousand who
have already bought farms from Geo. 8. Harris,
the Land Commissioner of the B. d M. B. Bi at
Burlington, lowa, or among the four thousand
homesteaders and pre-emptors who last year
filed claims in the Lincoln land office, where
Barn is rich_cnough to gir), - us all a farm:
July 19 , 1 . 91 `.V 7V' A
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
..Pow,Novrtjapn, .181/-42d rain.
This' foliOW - t4 ai 'ainabillieltrietits a
"steel plate. Colored Fashion-plate, contiining
six figures. Colored
_plate of Winter Roods,
A Bad Bay's-Sport. Flowers and Plower Bas
ket, twenty four engravings. An extra sheet
of Fashions-and Lingerie, fifty-four engrav
ings. A plate of Walking Dresses. Siburban
Residence, with plan. Besides a variety of
useful designs in the Work Department.. The
literary matter is interesting and instructive.
This Is the magazine first seised on by the te.
male portion of nearly every household where it
is a visitors and there is an artistic finish. sand
daintiness about It espeelally.congeniel totem.
Balite falter: We stink to the old Atlantic for
our own sandbags buteannot help sympathising
with the tastcAlital thejtex..42, p re tekthit
finished, attitti# sit te.C,Men... %111 1
reading matter Is always n good taste, and the
engravings are of a high order. It is sent to
ba g suMrei9BlW,4g.tyrnan . ,
n 'Teo- „ .
Two copier, one year . 6 th,
Three copies, one year
Pour coples,ono year - •i•••• 10 00
Five copies, one year, an extra copy to the
person getting up the club, making ,it
copies .•••.••••..14 00
Eight copies, one year, and au extra copy
to theijaerson getting up the club, making
nine co - pies 21 00
Eleven copies, one year, and an extra copy
to the person getting up the club, making
twelve copies . n
AVOID Q 11,404,5.
A victim of early indiseretion, causing ner
vous debility, premature decay Ae., haiing
trietiONAthityjokargendivinioriY, PAIL, fliod.
covered a simple means of selfonue, which. he
will send free to hie fellow-sufferers. J. N.
REEVES, 7$ Nissan et., New Cork.
Aug. 9, 1871-Iy. - •
MIZE TOMS 0 00.9
Booksellers and Stationers,
AT No. 8, Bowen & Cone's block, liming
received and are now opening their (*ll
They keep' constantly on bane, In all earls*
tles, every article usually sold is a JIM dam s
Dooketom. Stationer:y.4 saates,'sohdelbooks, se.,
sold to country dealers atjobbers l :l:Melt. •
Sept 20, 1071 tf " '
n R." it :fi '4 :54 A
There is no class of diseases known toll:feat:lid
Soietioe of more frequent oceurrenee or so little
oared for as those peculiar to the female organ
ism. .tt slight
,derungement of health from del
leaoy,orsofue alhor Alumni le Often "faliefoldr tb
continuo until the whole system saifere,and con
stltutional disturbanoes of a grave and serious
character aro 6ften-established.
Is a sovereign remedy for, and preventive of all
Nov 1 1871-1 m
" b. vikety:':' -
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, riffloo - opp_osito Court
House, )To. 1 .Purdy's Blook, Williamsport
Pe.—Nov. 22,1811-Iy. I
Notice oftikktit472;l - t , -•:•Lg` 1 7-7: r oi‘
Commonwealth vs Willhda D. Phillips. In
the court of Quarter &salons, of, !Ann.:sway,
November sessions, 1870: . Tndiotment, Assault
with intent, ho. Notice is hereby given that an
application will bo made to his Excollensy, John
W. Geary, for the pardon of William D. Phillips,
the above named defendant.
JEROME B. NU ArtoratV7.-
Welleboro Pa. Nov. 22i 18' 4..1/44
i e .Dl
t t ,
PROPRIETORS OP HIN • •
!TT; r.• itte47' ;
I - Wain Street, opposite Foundry,
WEL42,421409 P9F iN VVY A *,•,.' •
'l, 4 fry
I/OXON/MTh TOMISTONSS, TAUS TOPS,
'AU other Marble work exerated.ziently t And :44
.reasonable rates. We also &nab to, order,
Marble and Slate Mantels, Grideultekdem
Nov. 22, 1871,-6m. P. A. JOHNSTON.
A Valuable house and let on the corner of
'will be sold Mika '-iSoit.tiiphri,p , ati tided
enbsoriber on the premises. F. K. WRIGHT.
Nor. 22, 1871—tf. w .4..} ' 4 ' . 9'
Ag9,W i t Woanvlsi!vind roosire opiilioation for
'mouiiieedijklit Oro Won Routh Company,.
Rua cations, who are willing to give ttejt.time
and atiention'in ti4 4 ai to dueopywllkbal , ls.ll74olY
dealt with. 4, ot s r sWgistriterilitn, •
hpply in person, or y utter to,
• :.,Tro: ; CT lo SALAISCIAIS4:-.
vtri- Lll - Wowt-41:, • SfidtgarnksAixj,:.
in sows& dosapadbsioill Modest' :Was. , andel*
Horsos.and, Ray again.t tbaft, ets4b by
disease;ilisipatald•OW and aigbtnto •We ask
no one So dtstra4ProY lll 49. o % tOn 0 1° -' 113 320' °
sniiirlinai jonllitisblit: ' 3 lOllO „ms ! , : A ?
Stbfib..: 4 "" • • 9 41tiiiir:tt1107T4ttr.
ge l l ti k i ~braal l e
altU . •
' vdniVrierm - (144;\e‘lte) Jittleolggi4WlLrifi
week.) will e9tinaVystirifftidii7,2loo - 28, 1872.
&whale admitted at,apy4lete. Apply to the
Principal for data Togas o r' adminiou
Nov 15, 1871 4w
811.1.-.V.4 , ,- One pair , - ot nctinohetplilitrls;
fOur 'earl - Aid; litaok ; 'ono gahlou liorso
hry . „,,,tivo :yearn. 11.41 , one: QOll.. t tiro. yeirB old;
6140. % , .. 4 01 „Bertr4"xi stock, Aired , ioy dui Nth
h Ito i alf well broke, but the _
4)r• c aG , on on time inquire at toy farm this
oei - ty;Ts, y 041 ) 01.tOIVEL, to,
i Duloi tr, Nov 22; 1871 tiv
Zie.E4. - -PlPPAlltle_loll—ba__reatkleed at
kl — ividath'afrer7rfliWit elZitir tit Tiiikiblifeaglii
til the 2d. day 4.l4oeatber,,ttext, for-ttaildtag t
a bridge across the-liega i rhe3? 44t Tiega.lborlf;
aceording to a plan:and siteitlfasallott to bi.seett
at said store. Toga, Nov 22, 1871 2w
AGENTS - WANTED I' selllag sad
most popular book--with 60 Illustrations, Illtimeasos
of all the troojdoO,M7l49llftgly, A cid PTIIIIIO4
os linkerkapri 4 ; ;
.4 j 141 1/ 1
Tif 1.41 110. .
Its d thatitutiatio.
ANGLISIE,AND ' Viiiitairsare
Nothing ilk. it. Strikes everibody salad the book
they need. It It an Enoyclopes Is of•the Government.
Single pages In it, arc of themselves worth the,.prlcs
oLtho book. Ootr 500papesated, Or* MO.
Rimiest for Osovassetti4;Lhidlei ariVgentfemaz—
mere, teachers and students. Out ape* took 75 orders
&Vac) dap, with circular done. before ths book appeared.
.30 g day eau be.eleeted iu fair territory ,Wiltio _at
once for Circular= snformatloit. .NSif 1 WORLD
PUBLISAING CO, Oar, • 7th•and Minket
schelphla.—Nor 1 11371-ly
STFLAV(4-Wine te . .thettielpearii,oktha. Debi.
scriber, in Wefisher°, on or ahnot the 6th
in tent, One rod yearling steerithil ukftres_Vex,
ling.heittr 4 ,.The owner oF'oiiiiiis-allY pleyt;
PrOParrOPtirahliites. qll4 tfbte the away.
N0v28,1871 aw U. STIC/ifLEY,
r, ~.~.: _~:: Z E
. . . _ . `ate tit .
Has :sootily been improved, and is no,' wltbont
I fl „
uk • • ,+:: F
pm Slid for general perposea;,;,
Dos over3r kind of Woikcwith-thelmt
Never gets out of order, and will roßa lge time without
Don't purchase a Sewing Machine tif abr kind until you hirteleen the
••• i •
NEW :,:rIMPROTTED dtlillnUE)o.l4
The,sOlc nowledged ohatnienltiivitit hfitektne of the tverlo
• I •
I - K,trlLLoTsox, qui% Apt, - " Amvw. Street, Nlriits, N. Y. `."
• • • _•-••,0,1:„., -
31. E. IWilifilD,-41410t, illoosbuqw •
aIatiPATILKLAT, ,14.*103. -
J. 80111 . 4 . 61111L1N, AigioAllo4o,ll4,
Nov. Us, 1871.
.C 4 ;1 24
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I• oohed behind'
OVE OLD Q
to Wilton to
• %OM ♦;
Oar steak Ii the
g h 11-3
1 4 Ii ..:‘: ' lill
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k ..ciates,"ll6`hairs" P4.iid.§ - 1 1 ;elieh azgi frisk. PcOlins .lutpuene It Silks,
...,_•,-,,,,.- 1 1 -`-' ,',:.,..
all ai prloor maoliless than have bees sold !Si Ural*. ,- We lieiiii s fbil ll6e ;4 '-- ''
ITS Goods,, Ya*ei ,
*Notions r ' loots and Bhge; '
--; '‘ita ti; and 0114..
1 :11°41 ''
ery from 10 to 60 eta .: OMidyeas' Shoes from SO et.. 1621,24
l in fr 0m:.:::..... 12,60 to 15,60. ; Rats frost , ~,... ........ —.76 o ar ' t 0 .58,1101
6 , s' Shoos froze .tt,26 to 0,64. Gaps tiotakl.i,:::l4-j!.'.. - .11D - ota 'to $1 26:
s' Oboes from. 21,00 to $l,00. '
. . .. 4
ifeasoliablii, .."0444r i fit unpreeetielet(id:LoW Pricim. •
•.. i: I .7
. - •I V, , f • -II
h eany-Made' IClothing' in a bu nd ance.
4 Side Pastoty for • 10 ob. .14/maela ales ik Mos , . ........ ..., 26 els.
4t5ter...., - .; - 4.),,,; 4,4..,., ..... ...:4.;;:..11 OM iQuaass':Osia : Alapatti‘liiitspiallty) 31 teloe.
Maya tor . '2o ate. 1 , , ~, `?,
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•.: • .
Choiee Groe'eries t - Eft .
Ito ‘ 1 60 1:48 ,. . JO st, O. 1 - 'Coores from ', i , ,„„.,.:,: 24, to 4) atir
01, 4 ,7"7:",7 , ,,, : 1; :, , - -., t i t as 1464 4 s o m 0.4.
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,alwa yiti'sititatvf--- 1 - * - ' ' A ' - " I-1 '''
- o,Tok,rvx ql l .o,.tikliaa A 4 4 1 0,40011,10 til? lbw, .to 41r04 110'4 take; 'a look t h rough our
or we 'lwo istilnclilligioxioA,Msiolir Goode - - '
i • • ro, Oot, *I 18/1. - 1Y; J. BOatoN A CO.
,_ - ,- ki LIIII.,:, j ,i;,,,,,q, •; - 1-:-.i. ~-,-; Al , V; - : , - c- -'', t; -,' 4 - tt . l7_"
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THE _NEW, IMPROVED ' . _
- ..• .
We aro now folly AntilititiertOpped fbt taw \
Pi® BASIOADB OP 1,0014 . 14•4 tr to sows Ottaßgi SUM .
MUM , "
In sleek &as mop sow °nig, *swift &mai to foe us wit• • call.
(Fancy and Staple Dry GOA.
di* fell * otrias t braashea otoir : •
of won we have a larp variety,. ' ":' '
• • •BilS, whit& we pailllr TO"tilDila
Imaoa 0 , ikon so d a% ./, . • • • ;:. 0. „
Maser , „Children', Gentlemen and. Bps.
• ; 7 4 .
0 1 44 ,0 1 4 eabbilkoAnli
One Htutdred Pieces,
ranging from 26010. 6A 11g 4.orp or word.
-LARGINT,,GOOI)I3 THS , L(OII/T, of 4itothro
• rotiabfirlMlßOrrillilliN !IffIM:F0111E. • - —•-•
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JUST RB.OBITED; 'AT : —" '
i'.6 i.:.'1.,'.' :i .:Ti.
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onbt the vat best '
;o . 4o.ofMiEz:':' i:
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A. M. Ingrham & Co.,
of Wallaboro and vicinity that Amy Mt
paraboloid the 'alit* stook of .
‘DlG,o'.':'4o:,:: . *E - ,lPAi,ig
ioesnirig opal 43!
ding bo the stook a dm lino of Goods, sonsest4
„,• , • ,
Pre Drigi • ' Ateryit- Media=
— Freirnilth Brushes `Pfitpe
Zak fast, trveryttilag .useally kept to a ann.
Drag Stare. 'ln Ai** of
fry = • I „
AR . Tnitaltnakelq AMY*
we lealli mi t be *oder/old ) . Call and mutate
Ikeda and pr . beam VATIIISIdng aliewharee
Paillenlar at atm pad toPhyidstasss Therntp
dass,and sow dad at an bons,.
- The palm* e-of the pabllo is soltolted...
• V. KLINE.
May 4, 1871. -
!JII Squire ,
,57,4 4 4,uti; %anus Whisittes, , 1
elm" D. Sna g
G. N. Mamas, 1 ' COANYITG, N. Y.
-: , 11117 , 1 4 1,11111. • - I
Every year inereases_the popularity
of this valuable Hair Preparation;
which is due ta merit alone. We can ,
assure, our old' patrons that it is kept
fully tip to '4 s,llligli standarckand it
is plype li able and perfectedprep- .
aratio for restoring GRAT on FADED
ILUR, o its Jo,uthful color, making it
soft, 'trots, and' -silken: g' The'-scalp,
by it ÜBE:, becomes white and clean.
4re ' veS•AeruPtions and dandruff,
and,. , -its tonic . properties, prevents
the h ' r from fhlling . nut, as , it 'stimu
lates and - ndurishes . the hair-glands. •
By its use, the hair grows thicker and
stronger. , .Iti baldness; ip restores the
capillary glands .to their normal vigor,
and will create a new growth, except
in extrerno old age. It is the most
economical HAnt , DnEastswever used,
as it requires fewer applications, and
gives the .114 r a sp_lendi. . :lossy sp.,
Fteitruice; ';:A.'A::li,a.yeic 0 o,.atate
Assayer ofillassachusetts, says, is The 1 .
eonstituenta are pure, and: carefully
selected for excellentquality; andl
consider it the BEST PREPARATION
for its intended purpinee.9 .. ',. ' .
Saki by all Drugeste, and Deaiera in Medicines.
PM() One Dollar,
Buckingham ' s Dye
4.s our Renewer in many oases re
quires too long a time, and too much .
care, to restore gray or faded Whisk
eye, we have prepared this dye, in bps
pi*er:cflibn;_ which: *ill qtacklY and
effiletitally accomplish this result: lc .
is easily applied, and Prodices a color
which will neither nib nor wash off.
Sold by'all Druggists. Price Fifty
manutapturrALP : ii2.l4,4oo.,
A 4,11. 8,1870.4 y. •
1.: 8 g s s A g,g Z i
-" ' 2 t - killitill v p i - i 4F4 - .
a t r'or "o_
s o Lo Go be CA rl ..v. Nr., 7j O 0
' • • • Q 6 1 "..,
co o la
ilt AA $5 1 It "a A o bd
oz. ala gl• - -I <1 -'' •
• 0 L.), g 0. Pt g i
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a 0 141 ' 4 43 ;., ? 9
IV I:3 1 .7 0 . 1 .1F1113t.:41 '‘• 4l) 09 r-i cr;
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1..',-, ~,, •I!'HOK. r 8 .00441. ::':)C , , ,,
OTIOWits heSaliy, giros that' the Rzeontiori
and - Administhstors named - beloir 'hire
led their' aaennts in the Register's office •for
Tiogsvoonnty_.• and - that - asid — accounte will be
presented t o lb* staid county,
a cession of Slid *ail Vibe Rifd at Wellsbo
tp on Monday. the 27th day .of November, 1871,
at 2 oPoloak Ps , dor allowance dad .001311Ilyr.
d0111101(:f. iiiil i 1 •-•.' f le' ''':.' ' - ''‘
Aimount . oe Yer /Dodo and R. 0. Madlson, ,
Administrators of the estate of Ruth Llheoln,
lido of Lawrenae iorrnahip, deceased. 1.
Aocount of Johit.‘blitshell, R.:senior_ of the
lest_nill and testatkent.oL Wean hfitahoil ti iuts,
of ' U toWnsiiip;'diumatiod.: 7 ' . ,I,
. Partfil'adcoufitt er. EIRSA.Iion, Wzoontilr"of the
lastipifl'iltid teateraint - of Cornelius - Vandyke,
late of Ch adi ant, township,. deceased.
W.ihboro, od 2eak ".."Raftisr:
Pubile Sale of Faris. stock and Int
ALL tbo_jive stook and agrionitaral
mente belonging tt the farm of E. Fel
lows; in tVoilsberotemipting .9f cattle, abooP,
bogs, home, wagetesil bhfMlß, plows, harrows,
cultivators, mowed., Ac., will be offered at public
Tenant, on the farm, on Wednesday, November
29,1841, for out In band, or note with approved
Ileourity, burin: Interest. -At' 'the same time,
propositions will be received for leasing the
whole or part of the farm. Any information
efactertg,t4 way before We day of ails, 'can
be obta ad tai th*Jpresoissii,'br by addressing
0. H. Yell, one of the Trustees, at tawny.
H. S. FELLOWS;
. • ' 'O. . 'YEIL,
Nov 10871 8w " • _
)3LACf(lMlTHWANTEDritiEtieliedaiienitaide s hoeing,
ay. 8. 111/1-3w. - Stony Pork Pa.
Y.Oame, to the enclosure of be sub.
scriber. brebarliston, on this Vital of N.
ap , a red , co or,, : vrith 1, hits 'pip ov 4b o ki p? lonia 44)0
ii,n en Otton-tliq t 3 j r ;Rik hojh tont
t . bra* tilts •o.Min 9lV9r , ean,_aaveite
. 9* 1 41 1 1 1 4 41 1, 44 M 1 41. - '_E. 4 AIIO * .
?NT; 1 , 1 haw,*. '
'-,. ',,v.ililie iNoticii
or oo l3 &sOorni t4 , t
ale a le i rne ls Bl4 lll :443ll; 4 1 :1C 11 67:5 e. ., -
c ii, : iiir‘aii iikdol, to ille iota irta •of
tt at the Store of N. It. Kimball. ' '
Nov 291871-30 ISAAC SUNS.
- 444 47 17*.:4 , 4,444 ,
, 1 - I . p
11,401, AllaTtiaitii• P4160-ti,
rt.) ' 4,7 117 .1 -"
WBI.LBBORO s . PA .
Issues Policies in tiret•eiess Ovinpiinies nisi
• mg. MITOREL L.
The "upon Plage in =the State
.740 OD'S - GA - LIBBY
CARDS for 159 tante. Ihnrgevieheret and
I. frames fer Ali Okii platens , *opted, en
larged' and Anlehed th e Mile Itrie. New
Aria 61111306 aid everything kept3n iigalhnoy on
head, or hi r mt . et i e t t to order.
THE r.pwag X`RIQI4O AND
Rama oy ic eiidiore gi0.;6 1 -; ' 7 ;
Basl ~ • , Ifs on, Po.
-**PAS :r tsl : l ; '4 " ll - 1141'
Ind*. • t_--_
intop.- 11 . s u aop
Platfoini Spring; Truck a
SLEIGHS AND • 808 SLEDS.
We are prepared to ido 4000* in , amUae
on abort notion and In, irpe,begb•Riontir. Batts.
iteouNs 43( 8, Agte4 •
- A' L '
Fork: pril 5,18 n ."
Wonders Will riiikye,rosase.
H - AVE You tiled the tindlAeptest me&
foal (Mader Wel . tWee6.l zi
Dr. 4...13ae,0rel .IgoAtic Rakkl
It cures oohs, diptherte, wimps and pain t in
the stomach, Indigestion, diarrhea, . dyaen y,
summer gloyltio; 014 a,
&0., as by magic. V aen external applies
for frost bites, chilblains, sprains, braises; 'l7
ono, rheumatism, "lett headache, toothaehor, nen ~\
ralgia, pains In the ideZbaek and loins, In a' N
peal.* of six years, it ;has ,bees found to be
,te no. preparatteri _ever, &ffetrett:te, the
The proprietor of:t t ids.mediethe feeicwarren.
ted in guaranteeing it to be the beet remedy for
the above dieeemes in the market. -
Manufaetartia&nd pig up _only byt Dr.
Bacon, Blessburg. Pa.
Wholesale agents-Hallett, Bearer & Burbank,
14 Oberst:oar, atret4 New,lTstrk r W. D. Sestet!
& 00., Dorking, N. Y. July 12, "11.17
Inghants Woolep Tait I
HE subaoribere will pay Club, Bull-Oloth,
Catutituerea, Flailuols ) . 40 2 , itp...,for, Wool- ---
eyabio mahttfotet Itittikttili -'
TtiAIRDIIII-11tilik . &11111118 I --
9 Bait ouiturnere. All work warranted aerep
resented They invite particular attention to
their Water Proet.
c. ,-, r P-- , 4 - 1 c * 3 a:L.: ,
~.,.. :-. ...
bleb iiiik'iariantsidifii~iver `' rti •
la r aAten tton Avon, te r
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