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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
Stoves & Till Ware FOR THE, MILLION. - BB1 jiiiii JBppfx D. .£.,. ROBERTS, ' OPPOSITE ROY'S BUILDING. Is now prepared to furnish the publio with anything in his line of buBinOBS, in quantity as large, in quality, " aa good, and as oheap in price as any dealers in Northern Pennsylvania. I J '" . Ho pays particular attention to the . i STOVE AND TIN WARE BUSINESS, and intend to keep a full assortment ofevervthinK in that line. \ t TIN WARE MADE TO ORDER,) promptly, and warranted to give satisfaction. ¦ • / REPAIRING ; executed in/thu Uo8t manner and iriih dispatob. /CALL AND SEE AIE, ' ¦ ' / D. P. ROBERTS. Wellshorough, March 7,18.16.
Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
»fi?rraOODS^ANI> NEW PRICES T. A. WKKIIAiU'S ; ;: ..-. ' .'.. ¦ ¦]'• ¦ '' ¦ ¦ • ¦ ' ¦ ij.g TIO&A, PAl *ri' ii £k h ui ' "j ': 'i tK.s '^^ \" ^? tr w ?.? -¦?¦ (•> .. .' .' S i- *l *(ti Kt - .-3 . HAVINO just retnrood f qom New York KiJh New andsarefuUy selected- - ' ' ¦ • ¦ '•• ' '. ' ,t ¦- . •¦' ; ;¦ " - ¦ ¦•< ! . '* ' ¦ ¦ • ' - ' • • ¦• ¦' ¦ ; ' ¦' • i --- ¦ ¦ • > ¦ - STOCK OF GOODS, KAll thoso in want of Goods ' wtU find -it to their interest to call and EXAMINE OUR S?OCK «* ' ¦' " ' and leara Prices boforo buying elsowhoro. , , Kept coiistaDtly on hand, a choice lot of DRIED FRUIT, GROCERIES, FLOUR, 1 POBK, 4C., i0 , All the above Goods are bought at tho lowest Cash Prices and will be sold ONLY foe CASH ok READY PAY. I : ' -' ¦ ; • ' ' ' ' Don't forget the place, at the old stand of VAN NAME A WIOKHAM. Tioga, Pi., Fob. 20^ 1867-tf.
Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND J. W. BRADLEY'S CELEBRATE^ PATENT DDPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE SPRINO) ! S K; I.ftT .' npHE woadorlul flexibility aud nre.it comfort aud I pleasure to any lady wearing tbo Duplex Elliptic Skirt, will bo oxpcrlonceel particularly ia all crowded assemblies,oporas, carrlagojrnllroartcam. cburcb [ions, uriachairs, (or promenado and houdedrcaa, us tun skirt can be folded wlieu in uso to occupy a small j*1hco us easily udJ codvdniuutly aa s silk or muslin drcao, an invaiuablo quality in crinoline, not found in uuy single eprlDg sliirt. A lady havlug. enjoyed tho plca^ure ^ comfort aud great convenience of wearing tliu duplex elliptic atoel spring BUIrt forn single day. will never afterwards willtagiy dlapeato with their ago. I'or children, Mute* and young ladies they aro superior to all others. They will not bend or break like tho Hluglo apring, but will preservo their porfect and graceful shapuwheu three or lour ordinary nklrta will havei been thrown asido as ose...
Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
Hartman's Safety Bridle and Lines (Patented NovomW 7,1865.) Tma most novel lu . jgjL vention prevents all ac- vh9S&l . cidentsbyhorws. With Jfii8N=*_ itthe tunning away, or :5ElV*a&£0 kloldnft of a lioree, 1b nf/inP . Jin \\n utterlylmposSible. ZaX \\f\ 4 MOSTvsJaablearUolafornirTrbodrivohorjJi. <es. Soo " AgricuHurist" for March, 1868. Recommended by Wilkes, of the Spirit of tht Tiautj Bonner, of tho New York ¦ Zedgtr, and many other celebrated horsemen.: - . The subscriber owns the patent for v Tioga, 8nsqaehanna arid Bradford oomitlaa. ' 'Individual or township rights for sale, on. favorable terms-Harness makers who wish to make the linos for their customers who bay individual rights, will bo dealt withUBarally. " By a alightaltoration, the safety lines may be attaohed to almost any bridle. ' ¦ All persons are cautioned against making or using the bridle or lines, in tho counties aforesaid, without authority from the undersigned. ' - ROBERT 0. SIMPSON...
Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
^ME AT MAKKET. T EONARD GILLETT, having recently pur-XJ ebased Mr. iodrew J. Tipple's intenst in the mjeAt market, would say to thi cititons of Wollsboro and vicinity that be will continue tbe business at the old Bom stand-4-giring bis entire attention in supplying tbe wants of all who may favor him with; their patrot age. % Constantly on band J PRESH . MEAT8 OF A^,L , KBSfDS. . Shop one BoorBonth of Derby's Shoo Shop. Wjallsboro, Apirii jo , 1867-tf. .,' , NOTICE.—Notice SsWeby given that Robert Custard, Senior, has been placed in charge of tract No. 1690, and those parts of tract No. 1589, in the jviuinity of Babb's creek, belonging to'the heirs bl Luke ' W. Morris; and all persons ore forbid trespassing thereon, under penalty of prosecution. ELLISSDN P. MORRIS, 865.Market Street, Philadelphia. , Peb. 87.18»7-|6sa* J j Wh^t is the Matter?, IS general debility troublesome ? is yoar blood impure? is the whole body disordered ana weak? Then get a *oulo of tbe great Blood Porlfier...
Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
To the Public of Wellsboro AMD SUEROUNDING COUNTRY/ W. A^ilER, TAKES this method of notifying the people that tho Slock of SPRING CLOTHING is on band, and.offers it lower than before. The Store is trell'stooked with the most fashionable ' u COATS, PANTS and VESTS, also, a large assortment of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, consisting of WHITE AND CASSIMERE SHIRTS COLLARS, NECKTIES, SUSPENDERS, SOCKS, and a good large lot of the most fashionable „. JETA-OnO «4.JUX» CLA.JP.9-, ever brought to this market. Also . TRUNKS, BAGS, and UMBRELLAS. whioh you can buy low for cash, at tho Cheap Clothing Store of H. ASHER, under tbo Agitti tor Office. . . ' ' Wellsboro, April 10,1867.
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
•Fabmehs oNf Ssabes.—Connecticut boasts of. some great farmers. The^ have a carious way of doing things on sharesand the results of these operations offer a fine field for the display of logic. One of their farmers leased to bis son-in-law three acres of landto be planted with cprn and cultivated by him "atthe halves. *> "In the fall the lessee said that was the poorest land he ever worked on; forsaid he"I worked hard all summer, and at harvest time, when we r carjQe to divide .the crop, I hot only had no corn left for myself; hut I had to go and buy five bushels of shelled corn to make out my father-in-law's half. " .. ¦- ..- Here iaanother case illustrating the' Workings of this "peculiar institution" of do'ing things on shires : . < ' Farmer A happened" to have more pigs than he could keep, while his neighbor, B , had more milk than he could dfspose of. One day, A——r* brought two pigs over and deposited them in B -faipen, «jyiug that he wished B—¦—- to keep them...
Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
*C ' ""' ----'-' Di^^ ilUidiBiimi. 'bo.' J. L. BELDEfV, BLOgBBtTBiCf, PA. ¦ E3EPS cons tonUyonhandannestoob of Pure Drugs, Mediclnos, Chemicals, Ac, „ for Medicinal and Saoremental use; also all the popular PotentMedioines, Paints, Varnishes, Oils, Ac, all kinds of brushes, Dye Colon, Dy« Woods and Btttfc, fine Tolltt Sows, Perfumery, PAm-¦ . ' . i ades, Cosmetics, Ae,j STATIONERY, PJSWS, PJSWOILS, PAPER AND ; ENVjBL6PES, Memorandum Boobs, Pass Books, At., Potash in bnlk at IS cents pet pound, Kerosene Oil, Lamp O}1, Turpentine, Benzine, 4o. ¦ Fresh Oatmeal and Pearl Barley at 10 els per pound. I am solo agent in Blosjburg for Dr. N. Weaver's Ext, Firewood, and warrant it to bare Scrofula, Salt Rhenm, Scurvy, Pimples on the face, and all diseases arising from impure state' of the Blood if used according to directions. Particular attention given to compounding Physician's and other Prescriptions. I guarantee satisfaction, both in quality on d price. Remember tbo Store, oppo...
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
A gentleman traveling to Pittsburg from'one of the neighboring, towns, stopper! to see a. friend , and left his horse t£ed on the road. On his return He found that the animal had slipped his bridle, and while in search of him he met an Irish pedestrian of whom he inquired, . ¦; ' r Have you seen a strange creature anywhere hereabouts, with a saddle on hie back?" ".Och v by the powers, ye may say that," replied Pat. I • "Where?" . ' " Just yonder." " Will you show, me the place ?" " That I will, in less than no tune," said the man, approaching a small wood of young timber. "Ay, there he is, sure enough, honey." / The gentleman looked up, and said: " I do not Bee him." '• Then, by St. . Patrick; you must be blind 1'. IsTot seeiiim ?, Just cast your eyes in that direction. Och, by the powers of mud, what's he about now ? Only see, he swallows bis head!" "Why, sir, that's a turtle, and not a horse." * " A horse! and who in the deuce said it was ahorse? Sure a' horso is not a strange...
Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
1867. Bright k bailey, lee? WB ooumouee this jear with nn cxolujlroly CASH business. . CASH PAID FOR WHEAT J 0A8H PAID FOR 0ATJ31 CASH PAID FOR CORN 1 • - CASH FOR EVERYTHING 11 A LARGE STOCK OF FLOOR FOR CASHi A LARGE STOCK OF FEED FOR CASH 1 A LARGE STOCK OF PORK FOR CASHI . ¦ OaU and see us. WRIQHX A BAILEY. Welleboro, Jan. 9,1867-1?. » All persons Indebted to »* by ooto or. book occeunt most call and settle or pay costs. Jan, 3,1867. WRIQHT ft BAILEY.
Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
PHOTOGRAPHIC E. &?H. T. ANTHONY & CO., ¦ Manufacturers of Photographic Materials; WHOLESALE AHD BITAIL, 501 BROADWAY, N. Y. In addition 'to our main business of Photogiaphfc Materials wo aro Hcadqnartors for tho following, viz: Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Views Of American and Foreign Cities nnd Landscapes, Groups, Statuary, etc. , Stereoscopic Views of tbe War, From negatives wade in tbo various campaigns and forming a complete Photographic history of the great contest. Stereoscopic Views on Glass, Adapted for either Magic Lanterns or the Storeoncope. Onr Catalogue will bo sent to any address on receipt or Stamp. Photographic Albums. We manufacture more largely than any other house, about 200 varieties from 50 coins to $50 eaeli. Onr ALBO818 havo tho roputation of being superior In beauty and durability to all others. Card Photographs of Generals, Statesmen, Actors, etc., etc. Our Cataloguo embraces over FIVE THOUSAND different subjects, Including re...
Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
WAI.EBB & LATHROP, DEALBB8 IK Hardware, iron, steel, nails i STOVES, TIN-WARE, PELTING, UM, CUTLERY WATER LjtME, AGRICULTURAL " iMPLBMENTS, Oanriagro and Harness Trimmings, HARNESSES, SADDLES, Ac. Corning, N. Y., Jan. 2,186t-ty. P NEWEI.L, PENTIST, MANSFIELD,Pa., • gwtefal for the very liberal patronage heretofore received, will continue so as to perform all dental operationsas to merit the rapidly SuoreMing^profeMlonal demands now engaged. AU operations In *ll departments of tbe profession executedin the bout possible manner. All new, osefnl inventions and improvements adopted. The highest good of bis patrons tbo nltimatnm of his ambition. Dee. 5, '66—tf FLOUR PROM CHOICE WHITE WHEAT, bnctwhent flonr, corn meal nnd feed, always on hand. rCall at tbe Charleston Mill beforebrjy. log you fl«nr and feod. I can make it an object for you to buy. A.RUSSELL. Slav 16,1866-tf
Id=171 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
To keepers 6t Covs this preparation Is Invaluable. It increases th6 quantity ami improves the quality Hsk^wEjiLii ^ ca " le >lt«'*««tb«<n much fester. . " '„ ¦ ¦ ( ' ¦ ¦ '" - > .' ¦ j, ;,, ',, .. In all diseas e* of Swine, such as Codghirillctrt'ln the Lungs, Liver, c ^^^^B^H^BfeW Ac., thti article J^ oB^^^^BB^I^k aeti s.i a specific. y' lBftS^B^^H^^HHHL By patting from &3g S^K^^^^^^^KEjL one-half a paper ^aHH^^B^^^^^^^^^fi to a piper in n ^^HHH|HBk b»rrei ot twin the •^=mmzsissmSmiM^5 . abore diseases ^^^JHmii^mmiSK^ rrwill be cradicateU * . A ' ¦ fcr5fjff5S^ij g^l S?3 ^s^ s or cntlfely prvreatet}- Jf e !tct> in time, a certain preventive und cufo'f.sr t'.io Jlog Cholera. Price 25 Cent3 por P.ipa", or C Papers for $L < PB?PAKED BT wholesale nnro axi> jikoicine iiepot, No. U6 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. Pat Sate by UniKci-u '•"¦'I t ; nrtlierperi tliroiishout tha Cnltei Stuod. s For sale by John A. R03I, Wellsboro. j ¦
Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
' • "I^L/f^f^* 0 ^/ PA;i , i'^H ^BlB.liiS^iMEHi g~i ENERAL wholesale agent for tho Celebrated \JC PATENT PLATE PIANOS' manufactured by DECKER BROS., GHICKERING A SON'S PIANOS, HAINES BRO'S PIANOS, MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS, and Treat, Linsley A Co'a Melodeons. Ordotsfrom dealers and Teachers ospocitlly aoiicited. Address, L. B. POWELL, July 20. 118 Penna ArenaOj 6craoton, Pa.
Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
Bloaaborg & Corning, & Tioga K. R Tjaius will run as follows until further notuv: * Accouuuodatlon—Leaves Illcijr.urg at 0,C0 a. in., Jiniv . field at 7,35, Tioga at 8,'JU La«i. ucuville at .li,t>. r arriviug at Corning at lu,*20 a. m. ¦ ^ ' J Mall—Leaves Bloseburg at 2,3o p. m., Mau»fielJ ; « 3;;y Tioga at 4,00, LfiWrenceriJle fcfc 4,67—arnnbg 4^ Cornini; at 0 p. in. Mail—Lews Corning at 8 a. in., LawruicevWc m ji.e-TioEa ut 1002, Maneneld at 10,40—arriving at bL:* Lurgat 11,30 a. 111. Acco/amoijatiOB—J-carca CorninK at 4,50 p. m, 1st rencovillo at 6,68, Tioga at 7.02, Jlau-SulJ «i : 4'—arriving at Hlossbnrg ay 8,25 p. m. • L. IT. SHATTDCK, Snt 'i Philadelphia & Erie R|. 12. Trains will air. and dapsit at IVillhuuspoi t as fuibr: ^Eastward ' Westward Erlo ^ Mail Train 10 10 r>m Erie Mail Tral»...4 to»c. B. Express/Train..4 26 a m Erio Exlas Train..!) 4f. ]¦ c Utmira Mail Train 8 S6 a m Uviltalu Ki( ictn lu tu j l. L. Hi. Acconi'od'n ij'20pn) ...
Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
MEMINGTONSFIRE ARM ^^J ^a\£/ Soi,DiiY-TnETnAj>r. Generally ^^K LIBERAL DISCOUNT fODEAlBBS anfiooo Bcnins JHS'-s tb^ w. -».-a—~»»,(P,!j T. Armjr Revolver, 44-100 in. Calibro Navy Bevolver,.. 36-100 in. Calibre BeHRevolver, #• Navy size Calibre Polioe Revolver -. Navy bUo CnHbro NewPookot Revolver, ...31 IOC in. Calibre Packet Revolver, (Rider's pt.) 31-100 in. Calibre Repeating Pistol, (Elliott pt.) No 22 & 32 CUrfge Vest Fooket Pistol, No 22, 30, 32 & 41 CsiTtTJdgo GuntJane ' No 22 & 32 Cnrtridge Breech Loading Riue,(Beals') No 32 4 38 " Revolving Rifle, 36 & 44-11)0 in Culibro E. REMINGTON & SONS. Principal Aoknts. Moore & Niotiols. Now York; Wm Read A Son, Boston; Jos C Grubb & Co u Philadelphia; Ponltnoy 4 Trimble, Baltimore;' Hanry Folsoru & Co, New Orleans; Johnson, Sponcer & Co, Chicago-, L M Rumsey. k Co, St. Louis; Albert E Crano, San Franoisoo. Fob 20, 1867.-5m.
Id=212 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
IWSURAPIGE AGEWCY. MESSRS. NICHOLS & MITCHELL/ would respectfully inform the people of Itbi* *<¦ ¦ cinity, that they havo the ngenoy of some of tt>e best • ., Life k Fire Insurance Companies In the States, and are now prepared to insu' e »' reasonable rates. Mr. MITCHELL having been appointed 1 NOTARY PUBLIC, will nttend promptly to any l.nsinoss rclati"'." 10 his office, which may be entrusted to him. They wilt be found at tbe nffiee fonrxerly occupied by Lowrey and Wilson, on M«1r Streeii Wellsboro, Pa. March 13, 1867-1?- QORE TnROAT AND QUIN8Y ABE CVKij ed with easo and certainty by one or N»° "fj plications of SALUTIFEK on .the oufsido- Sow at ' ' .^ £Li' u. men's A bdominal supporters, for sale at Roy'a Drug Store. ^ TjioiiBT has gom^moro of those fine American WT watches, at No." 5 Union Blook;
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
What is a "Take."—A. father living near Cincinnati, was oneeveningteach-Jng his little boy to recite his Sunday school lesson. It was from the fourteenth chapter of Matthewwherein is related: tho parable of the malicious individual who went aboutsowing tares, '•What is a tare ?" asked the anxious parent. ¦/ . _ Johnny hesitated. "Tell me, my sonwhat a tare is." f "You had "em;" said Johnny, casting down his eyes and wriggling his feet. "Had 'em!" said the astonisheuVyarelit, opening -his eyes rather wide, "wh y. what do you mean, Johnny?'. ' "When you didn't come home for three days last week," said Johnny; "I heard mother tell Aunt Susan that you was off on a tare." The Sunday school lesson was brought to an abrupt close, and Johnny, the cunning little rogue, was sent off to bed.
Id=211 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
it is wot yonw business -why WonJd you liko to know tlio secrets Of. your neighbor's house and Jifo.f ;,Hojr ho lives, or how ha doesn't, "And Just how he^treata hia wifij? , How he ipcnda hi« tin^a of lebtire, Whether sorrowful ot gayj, * - ¦And wheyo he goes ftf? pleaaurc, , ' y . " To thg;concert or the play. "/* ¦ \ If you wish it, I will tell you— • ' . , - Let me whisper to you sly— • i If your neighbor is but oivil, . ¦'"' ' ' ; "It is tiot your business why., In short, instead of prying , . i ' . . Into, other men's affairs, i If you do your own but justico ; 'You will -jiave no ' time for 'their*. ^ . Bo attentive to Buohiaattets , , . As concerns yourself alone, - And whatever fortune flatters, ¦ Let your business bo your own .One word by way of finis—. Lot mo whisper to yon gly—If you wish to be respectcdf, Tod must cease to be a pry.