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Id=170 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
1866. FOR SALE. 1866j BY B. 0. WIOKUAM, AT HIS NURSERY OF FRUIT AND OR. NAMENTAL TREES, IN TIOGA:— * 60,000 Apple Trees* 10,000 Pear Tre&s. A R ])od supply of PLUM, PEACH, CHERRY, and ORNAMENTAL TREES & SHRUBBERY. The Frnit trees are qomposed of the choicest varieties, good, healthy, some of them large and in bearing. Any ono wishing to get a supply will do well to call and see my stock before purchasing elsewhere. _£3B-Delivered at tbe dopot free of charge. Tioga, Feb. 28,1866-ly*
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
Tioga marble Works. | THE undersigned are now propared to execute all orders for Tomb Stonea and Monuments of either ITALIAN OR RUTLAND MARBLE, of tho latest Btyle and approved workmanship, and with dispatch. We keep constantly on hand both kinds of Marble and will bo able to soit all who may favor Ob with their orders, on as reasonable terms as can be obtained in the country. ' Stones discolored with rust and dirt-cleaned And made to look as good as new. WILCOX <t WHITNEY. Tioga, May 22, 1867-tf. F OUTZ'S iMaiCaii Fowlers.
Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
Planing & Turning* , B. T. VA^ HOEN,. TTAVINQ got bia ue* Factory in opatatiun, pi ia now propared to fill orders for Cabinei SVare promptly and in the best style of workmanshi p. Having procured a WOODWORTIl PLANER, ho is ready to dross boards or plank witb dispatch . i SCROLL-WORK & BRACKET^, furnished to order. His machines arc of thuiiow est and most improved patterns. Shop enrnor of Pearl and Wain " Sts, WELLS BOKO, PA., Oct. 31. 1866-tf. B. T. VAN HORN.
Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
FALL BBOOE OOAl.—'Shs anderslgaei having make arrangBments to furnish Coal bythe ION or OAR LOAD, ooarse or fine, solioiUtba patronage of the publio. AIiSO—iaa constantly on band, a lares stock of OABKIAGE BOLTS, *o., ni who3« ? iS MUll. ^T.BLACKSMITHINQ of nil kinds done in the best manner. , , 8. M. GEER. Tioga, Deo. 1,1886-tf. I , . w»a »* VIOLIN STRINGS at WBBB'S DBDO SXOBB. I£E AND TIMES OV BLOER " (SHEAR - i DOWN. —Those who wish' to secure a oopy of this excellent work, can Jo so by calling ot this office-soon. ' Attguut 20,1866. JOB-WORK, IN THE BEST STYLE, a with de8p»tch,at THE AGITATOR Office
Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
To the Farmers of Tioga County I AM now building at my manufactory, in Lawroncevllle. a Buperipr . FANNING MILL, whlcb possesses tho following advastagesover ulluther mills: 1. It separates oats, rat litter, and foul 'eeeds. und chess and cockls, froui wheat. 2. It cleans flax toed, takes out yellcvr seed, <ind all other seeds, pcrfsctly. 3 . It cleans timothy seed. , 4. It does all other separating required of a mill. - Thia mill Is ballt of the best nnd moot durable timber, in good style, and iB sold cheap (or cash,.or prodnco. I will fit a patent tiovo, for separating oats from wheat, to other mills, on reasonable, tormB. J. II MATHF.R, LaOToncevlllo,October 10,1866-tf
Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
THE PLACE TO BUY DRUGS. A 1 tho Lawrenceville Drag Stow, wherfl yon J\ will find every thing properly belonging tc the Drug Trad* CHJBAP, CHEAPER, joHEAPEST, end of tbe best quality for Cash. Also, Paints, Oils, Vtrolshej, Lamps, Fancy Notion b. Violin Strings, Fishing'Tackle, Window Glass, 4c. Cash paid for Flue Seed. . C. P. 1E0NARD. Lawrenceville, May 8,1367. PLATED WARE—Cako baskets, card bask ets, castors, rag«r bowls, etc., at w xOTiEx S.
Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
U. S. CLAIMAGENCT For tho Collection of / Arm; and .\avy Claims and Pensions. rfUIE NEW H0UNTY LAW. pae3cd July 28,U.00,s i\t! I two and three years' soldiers cxtrA bounty. Kend in your discharges. ^ ¦ QFFJCEAS' EXTRA PA Y. Tln-co mouths' extra pay proper to volunteer offlccrs who wcro in service March 3,1805. PENSIONS INCREuiJED _ . To all who have lost a limb and wllo ha»o liecn penuanently.and totally disabled. All other (lovcrtmiont claims prosecuted. JEKOMK B. N1LES. WolIsb'oro,Octcl"Or 10,1866-t(
Id=207 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
Atlantic and Great western K w sa . lamJvnca station. Wettward Books. I EiSTWiED Uoi'i.D, Mail 6.30 1 Exprea: >*'' Accommodation ...J....6,S5 I Mall " " ' Express ; 1...12.I9,| Accommodation,.. ¦¦"¦\> Jixp«ss 11.00) Express...; "?» j. At Cory there Is a junction with the Pbilndelpoi" * Uric, and CD Creek Hail Koiula. At Mciidvlllo with tLo Frankltn aud Oil Cll> «i 1'Hliolo is ranch. ' " \ At Leavlttsbnrgo the Slahoniny Dranch makes a Jirect routs to Cleveland. At Kuvenna connects wiib Cleveland and PittsbmgU Bailroad. —Tho Koad passea through AkronAshluid, Qallon MarlonTUrbana und l)B¥t«n- J'» l *i? t<! VJ 1 < T ?™ W1 ' C—>., o'.a «J. imuaws at CinclnnaU. D. McLAilEN , ~~ — — _Gon. Snpt., MeadriHo, Pa.
Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
ROY'S CHOLERA DROPS CURES COLIC, CURES DTSETERT, CURES CHOLERA MORBUS, . CURES CHRONIC DIARRHEA, CURES all dowel Complaints, but does not euro anything oleo. This medioine is no cure-all: it has the confidence of. every body, for it is never knbwn to fail: it Bbould be kept on hand by every family. Sold by dealers in medicine at fifty [Cents per, bottle. For fale to Wellsborough at'Roy's Drug Store.
Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
_HA|IKNESS • & " RILEY, BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS, ovek nvaa Yoxnaa i 3 book stork. BOOTS AND SHOES.of oU kinds made to order and fa tho best mannnr. HEPAIRING of aU kinds done piomplly aod good. Give us a call. . JOHN HARKKESS, WM. BltEY. Wellsboro, Jan. 3,1867-ly.
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
Illiterate juries seem to be remarkably plenty just now. The Milwaukee Sentinel gives the following co KT of the ballot on a verdict: ^ Gieldi y Geltig, & ieWmg for boy. Ifot Gueldy. NptXJuftteng Not Gielding, £ U ?, y ' » NothGiltig, Guiltiuy. " ! ' The "boy " referred infthis ballot waa one of the witnesses whise evidence woe discredited by the juryman. V BUY* ^ rSSt£^iS : %Vs BUSINESS! WE wilt buy at the highest market price, the, following articles. SHEEP PELTS, DEACON SKINS, DEER SKINS, tfWiS, HIDES, ^ni> VEAL SKINS,jfor whioh^oTvillpay ' cVsii. t ' 'V. ! - ! Wo will msnnfactnro to ordor, Froflcb or bonier tanned CALF 0* idIP BOOTS, in the best manner add at rair rafts, and pay espeoial attention to REPAIRING. ' ALSO, We have a fir«t-rate stock of • REABYrMilDje: fWflKKv on which wo will not bo undersold, and from this time wo shall make it a point to" beep up tba best stock of LADIES' GAITERS , to be found in tho county^ which we will sell at a lower p...
Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
Northern Central R. B TRAINS FOB TnE NOnTH. grains for Cannndagnla lcavo Elmlra as follovrj; Accomodation ot 7 00am Express (fastest train on road] 11 45 o& Mail.;, C15pa Way freight, [passonger couclinttachod] 7 10 a h On and aftor April 2(tth, 1807, traine will nrrin »M depart from Troy, as I 'ollows; • UOTINO BOOTH. j UOV1NQ SOr»U Express 846 p in I Kxpruno /. ..Iu6u»c Elmlra Hall 6 60 am | Kluiirs Mall i) 5i yu Local Freight 10 60am I Local J'reighr 335pt, Tbrsugh Freight 0 66 p m | Through Fnlgli) SoDau E. 3. Bn0WN,MT.Sui.'i
Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
WELLSBORO PETROLEUM CO.-Notice is'hereby given that tbo Uoarti, <jf Diroctora of this Company at a mooting hold l'toember 15, by resolution decided 10 close up tlie aO'airsof tho Company and diatributothobalniKo in tlio hands of (bo'l'roasuror, oraraiaainonp its holders of paid-in stook. Thji property oi ihe Company will be sold and tha prooceds " divided in like manner. Stockholders Will present their receipts to iho Treasurer. By order, tree. 10,1866. M. II. COBB, Clerk.
Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
Rochester Trout Flies, THE Subscriber is agent for tho above co! obrated flies. Also a. fine assortment of ' . jead-«ts, Kinaey Hooks, Shells, Braided Silk, Sea Orass A liinen Line^, T*rout Baakets, Fly.Books, Gut, Fly Bods, Keels, Ac., Ac. Shop in riar of Wm. Roberta's Tin Shop. t 7 ^ i LORAN A. SBABS. Wflllsboro, M»y29,|867. ¦ ;i CBNTM$' OF JkTmACTIQN IS- AT 1 ^ ±1 AWB3BNCEVILLE. C, i J|ATHgft & GO. Would announco to the good people of Tiog» County tb*t they h»r« jo«t retnrnei Iron N«W York with their second foil »toek of ' -r FALL ft WINTER GOODS, ; embracing all the nor»Ities as well ob tbe sob» stantials required. - . - DRESS GOODS in all varieties, 5TAPI.fi A FANCY GOOflS, HOOP SpRT8,f , : ' iBEST/EMNOHWOVK^CCyB-^ , . ' 1 SETS, G£OVES a»d HO- j SIERY, YANKEE NOTIONS. &o., &c. FCTKS! FURSt! MINK, CONT, and Siberian SquirrelJ The largest Stock of OLOTHS & CASSIMERES in the county, READY MADE CLOTHING, and CLOTHING made ti> order s...
Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 July 1867
THE largest assortmept of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Plated Ware in Tioga county at [I9dee86] FOLBY'S. WMUM MM STORE. *• . 1 OOBNING, N. Y. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS AND OILS, THADDEUS DAVIDS' INKS, CONCENTRATED MEDICINES, CINi CINNATI WINES AND j BRANDY, WHITE¬ WASH LIME, KEROSENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDIcines, petroleum oil, i rochester perfumery " ' AND FLAVORING. EXTRACTS, WALL ¦ PAPER, WINDOW GLASS, AND DYE COLORS, ' Bold at WholosaU Prices. Buyers aro requestor! to call and get quotations before going further East. W. D. TERBELL & CO. Corning, N. Y., Jan. \, 1867-ly
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867
HEBOD IS THE FAMILY Matt. 2*, 16. BY HORACE GBEELEY. I presume half the good sermons ever yet preached might have had for their text, The fool hath saidin his heart there is no Gfoa. " In that foolish, blind presumptiqn lurks the impulse to every wrongevery transgression. - Men generally admitin a listless, soulless way. that the universe, this worldand all who live jn it, are the subjects of omniscient moral sway; but scarcely one in a dozen " in his heart" believes it.' If all did believe it, how could there be hypocrites in the churchlibertines by the family-hearthor villains anywhere? How. could there ever be robbers. ' 1 in the mountain-pasg, wreckers on the) perilous coast, or slaves on the stormy, main, 4f men really and heartily belieyed in the existence and rule of an all-seeing, omnipotent God? Every ' ageevery nation develops some vast wickedness. Intemperance, Lewdness, Gambling, and a hundred other manifestations of man's proneness t o »evlll appear and disapp...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867
TKEl^RE P TE AVELINQ^BAGS, Ttere were'thf^e of therii', all of shining l)lft(Jk leather; opo on top ofthbpllo of trririfis; one on the ground, and one in the owner' s hand—all going to Philadelphia—all waiting to be checked. The last bell rang. Tho baggageman bustled, fuming from one 'PU« pf baggage to anotherdistjensing challc^othe trunkpl checks to ] the passengersarid curseatothe porter^, in tho most proved 'jntflway style. .' ¦•¦ ¦ <¦> ¦ "M^.Pilladelphfai!" cried a ^tout military wokirigflaanwith enormous whiskers and a ted face, • crowding forwardas the baggageman. laid his hand on' tbefirst bag. . .: - .-. - ' ,.. . . : . ,.,,, ¦ wpn t you pieuuie giye, me u ^ uuecK for this, now?';'entreated a pale, slen T der, carefully-dressed young man, for! the njnth time, holding out bag . No. 2 "I have a lady to look after.".. , , , . "Say, i be you. , again?, to give me a check for thntaie. or not?" growled tbe proprietor of b»g No..8, a short pockedmarked fellow, m s...
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867
AUDUBOW • ' * BY JAMES PARTON. ' One of the happiest menand one of tbe most interesting characters we (gave had in America, was John Jtifmea Audubon, the celebrated painter and biographer of American birds. He Was dnq of,the few men whose pursuits w,ere iri accordance with his tastes and his talents; and, besides this, he enjoyed almost everyi other facility which falls to the lot of a mortal. . His fatherwasa French admiral, who, about the middle of the last centiiry, emigrated to Louisiana, where he prospered and reared a family. His distiwguished son was born in 1780. While no was still a little boy, he showed a re¬ markable interest in the beautiful birds that flew about jhisfftther ' 8 sugar plantation, particularly the mocking-bird, Which attains its greatest perfection in that part of Louisiana. He soon had a considerable collection of living birds; and bo tolls us that, his first attempts to draw and paint were inspired itj- uu desire to preserve a memento of the bea...