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Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

\ V MBAT MARKET. . f " E0NARD GILLBTT, having reoently pur-XJ chased Mr. Andrew J. Tipple's interest in the MEAT MARKET, would say to the citizens of Wellsboro and vi. olnity that he will, continue the business at tbe old Bom stand—giving his entire attention in supplying the wants of all who may favor him with their patronage. Constantly on hand j FRESH MEATS OF ALL KIN^S. ¦ j, Shop one Door South of Derby's Shoo Shop. ;. WelUboro, April 10,1867 -tf. ELOUR FROM CHOICE WHITE WHEAT, buckwheat flour, corn raoaland food, always on hand. Call at the Charleston Mill before buy. ingly our flour and. feed. I cojunake it an objeot for you to bay. ., < ¦ * . BBfSSELL. May I0,18B8-tf . ^ rr

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Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

FALL BROOK GOAL.—The undersigned having make arrangements to furnish Coal by the TON or CAR LOAD, coarso or flno, solicits the patronage of the public ALSO—has constantly on hand, a lnrgo stock of CARRIAGE BOLTS, Ac, at wholesale and retail. &T" BLAOKSMITHING of all kinds done in the best manner. 8. M. GEER. Tiogo, Deo. 1,1866-tf. ¦ ? Rochester Tront Files. THE Subscriber is agent for tbo above celebrated Flies. Also a fine nssorttnfcit of Leaders, Kinsey Hooks, Snolls, Braided Silk, Sea Grass * Linen Lines, Trout Baskets, Fly Books,' Gut, Ply Rods, Reels, Ac, *o. Shop in rear of Win. Roberta's Tin Shop. ' LORAN A. SBABS. Wellsboro > May.2», 1887. ¦

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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

|WSURAWOE AGEN0Y. TVTEe6RB. NICHOLS «t MITCHELL wonU JJlJL r jspcctfntyy infonh the poopie of thi' "• cinity, ;hat they have the agency of some of tbe beat Life ifc Fire Insiiranoe Oompanies In the fltatoa, and are now prepared to insure at reaaonoblo rates. ^ s ¦Mr. MITCHELL having boon ttppoiuted NOTARY PUBLIC, ' will nttsnd promptly to " any business relatinC " flis offic s, nrbich may bo entrusted to bim. Thoj will be found at the office formerly occu' pied b Lowrey and Wilson, on Main StrM'» Wellsb >ro, Pa. Moroh 13, 1867-ly-

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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

To the Farmers of Tioga County T AM now building at my manufactory, la Lawrence-X. ville. a superior FANNING MILL, which possesses the following adrantagesover allothor mills: 1. It separates oats, ratiltter. and foul seeds, and chess and cockle, from wheat. 2. It cleans flax seed, takes out yellow seed, and all other seeda, perfectly. 8, It cleans timothy seed. 4. It does all other separating required of a mill. Thl« mill ti built of tue best and most durable timb«r, in-good stylo, and Is sold cheap lor cash, or produce. I will tit a patent ' sieve, for separating o»ta from wheat, to other mills, oareasosabla terms. 1; J. U MATHER. LfittfenCeTillo,October 10,1806-tf »

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

Tioga Marble Works. THE undersigned are now preparod to execute all orders for Tomb Stones and Monuments of either ITALIAN Q R R U TL A N D MARBLE , of the latest styje^and approved workmanship, and with dispatch. Wo keep constantly on band both kinds of Marble and will bo able to suit nil who may favor us with tbeir order*, on as reasonable terms as can bo obtained in tbe country. Stones discolored with rust and dirt cleaned and made to look as good as now. WILCOX & WHITNEY. Tioga, May 22, 1867-tf.

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Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

WAItSEB & I.ATHROP, DEALuna in ;r HARDWARE, IRON, STEEJL, NAILS , STOVES, TIN-WARE, BELTING, SiWS, CUTLERY 1 WATER LIME, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, " Oarriago and Harness Trimmings, HARNESSES, SADDLES, Ac. , Corning, N. Y., Jan. 2,1867-ly.

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Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

Atlan ;ic and ^roat Western R VJ SALAMANCA STATION. Wettwa BD'BoDNi. Eastvva&h Bou^t. Mail... 6.30 I Express Sto Accoujmoda iun .........0,30 j Mail ^»- ISxprosB 12.1D | Acconimodutiou, 1U5 Express 51.1.00 | Uxprc>3 tV> At Cory ' tl ore is a jnnetlon with the Philndelph'8 & Erie, nnii Cil Crook Hull Koads. At Sleudvf !lo ^th tho fnukllu uatl Oil City 0Bl1 Pituolo iirat ch. ' At icnvitt tbtirgo tlio MatonlDy Braoch mnbes ft viv rect routo to Cleveland. At havenca connacts witl Cleveland at d Pittebuigh Railroad. The Koad passes through Akrob, Ashland , Gallon Jim-Iontlrl ana and DaytunintorBtctlng varlouj rail roads, and t :rminatei at Cincinnati. D. McLAREN, , , „ Gen, Supt., Meadvilk, Ph.

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

PI iladclpbia & Eric R. R. Trains will arr. and dtlpart at Williamsport aifuilo^j Ea» ward Wostward Erie Mall X ain 1010 p m I Erie Mail Traliu.4 SO a a K. Express • 'rain.A 25 a Jn | Krlo Ex'ss Train.* 45 p a Elmira Mail Traln8 35 uni j Bnualu Hiprcsn lOZOsic L. II, Accon'od'n 3 20pm | lilniIraMallTraln03J)iiu Passenger Cars rnn through on tlio Erie Sluil mi Ki press Trains without cbnugo botlr wjiya bi-t^ton Pink jelpuia and Krui. NBW Y0HKCONNECTI0.V. , Leave New 1 orl£ at 9 a tn, arrive at Erio 10.00 a. m. Lcavo J<cw ' Cork at ^00 p ni, arrive ut Kria i OS v in. Leiivo Erie tt 6.U0 p in, urrivo at Now York 3.15 [. m Leave Erieii 110 26 u m, arrivo at Veir York 10 10 a n ? I ' A.L. TTLZB. Qen'lSiipi.

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

ntlw-r^f WOrkur Wtta llsked tll(> ho rapidly.- '-\Vnv "' «aid he "if wi« very.Hi.npIo. - fa,^ * 1^4^ a-i . it L tlwa« it tiy. w , v ,,j ' wou,d htomptly. - The r««m Wlw Jha ^" ™l l\i oyerd'began t» think they cou|<in>t7l0 wthout uie, a^id bo gave mea promo-

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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

Bounty and Pension Agency. " TTA'VINGtccelYcddennitehutriictioDslu re{;ar>l W XI tl« extra uonuty ullowed by the net »PF?TlS July 28,186fl,and Imvlng ou hand a large mpp lj of *" necessary blanksI am prepared to prosecute all Pf3' sion Rm bounty clnluu which may lie placed in i»J hands. Persons living nt « distanco'can coniinu 0 '" ° with mo by letter, nnd tl'olr communications "I", prompt! irnnswsied. ' . WM. H, SMITHWeltslioro. October 24,1800. . .

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 July 1867

PLATED WARE—Cake basketscW bMkots,caBtor8, sugar bowls, etc, at ¦¦•' ¦ ¦ ' ' FOLEY'S. rpHE largest assortment of Watohes, Clocks, Ij Jewelry and Plated Ware in Ttoga county aY . t^deofle] FOLEY'S. LA DIES' SETS from $1.60 to $80, at de»19 COLBY'S.

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

Cb ffiop C^i ^; jyjtetor t, pnbliahrd every Wodiiemlii}' Morning, at $2,00n yf ,,r, luvnrioblyiiiudviuico, by COBB & JJAN GEtfoEB. ' ! f * s. h: COBD.] . [P.b.YAK' aitDKR. t " A 'DVERTrsiJNTo ' Kj 'ii'ESi '^' ' TCN LlNIil i>f MlNIuN, OR 1.KSS, MAKE OHE SQUARE. <f7 ~ fiq'ri. _ 1 In. 3 lii3.|-> Idh. &-Mo3. 0 Mob. 1 Yo¥r fSqiiare $l,oil $'A0ul $ 2,60 $5,00 $7,00 $12,00 .i Square* S,0« 3,00 4 ,00 8,00 12,00 18,00 n.lfCol 10,00 15,00 17,00, 22;00 30,30 00,00 One CM-,-.d 18, 0Ql 20.00 30,01)1 " 40,00l CO, OQl 00,00 •» cs. nu«inC83 Cnrda inserted at the aato of One Pol- , ' \ j,r a line per year; bat nonefqr lew sum tban 85,00. n£. 8peclal not Icos, Fifteen4Jcnts per line; Editorial . ' or £oc «' Notice^^^fntX.CcBWpqrlloe. ,- t . " ' . . L . BUSINESS .DJR£CT0RYo >V. O. TERBELX& CO., - ¦ ¦' WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, - and, dqalers, ,in "Tull Paper, Kerosene I.atnpa,.Wludatr Qtess, 1'orfumory, Paints an<i<0ils, Ac., <fco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

1 I FARMERS' EXC M HANGE. ' ,1 ¦ - < ^• ¦ ¦C'*: 'jiM( .>. ,vj . ;.- .v-,;, < $.k:" >-> 3. G. VAN VALKEWBURG & BRO. 1 - 1 ' ¦ '' A->1 y .-<\t\ i >. '\ ; ft AVINQ purchased thei Storf ilntoly bocti-El pied by William' To^nBehd,"-nre rotydy to upply oustomcra with , ?0KK,: HAftiS,, SiK>W,PFKS..-TCHJT^ SMOKED HALIBUT, ' ' ' J l ?L0DR, CQEK.UJ!AIiI BFQKWHEAT J FLOUR, FEED, and " iu. * "" I . 1 "A ^A^y\i\ 'n .:\ [HEAVY GROCERIES, ' \ -' , y.:,;,C' i .::u\')n}> -:. v -y. .' ''' ' ' : .;; T n }at i ' ^U^j I '! ' ;¦.; ' .WHOLESALE A^D RETAILr^- a id at reasonablo prices, FARMERS.^ OTHERS VHl flnd tt ti " tfioii* ndvniftiiga't ' o call and look at >ur Stock bofiro purebnsing olsowhoro. j l Remember the place, , ' ' '^ "-"• ' : -"- . ••" .* <¦ ¦ ¦ < > ,h-..i m:w.' s , , , TOWNSEND'S OLD - STAND i VAIN STREET, WElLSJiOltO,. PENN'A. Feb. 27, 18 i7-lf. " ¦ ;.Wt./D,!' ; IiAM ^ ;- • rl '^ ' ¦...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

, " ' . ' • . ... t F< " Tl10 ^ Agitator.] ; " " ; - Pioneer-History " of. Sullivan Township The first settler we have any record of, was a.man by tho name of Haskins.— Very little is known of him beyond the mere fact* .that he came into the wilderness, took him up a"farm, built a log houseand ^ lived hero for a few years; He then becoming tired " of pioneer life " sold his farm and returned to hia former "home. He settled on the State road, on what is now Mr. L. L. Smith's farm, or at least near the supposed locality. , , ; In 1806, there were six families in the township. Allen Lane, who lived in the extreme easternpart of the townshipj was one of those hardy sons of the woodwho shrink not from danger, or fear difficulties. He toiled early and late, chopping, and clearing land, and whe . n he died, about thirty-five years agohis farm was under a good state of cultivation.. ¦ . ' Bi-iggs, who bought out Mr. Haskins failed to realize his vision of ease and plenty, and...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

THE FATAL CARD Some years ago tho Mississippi River was famous for its 1 ^'floating palaces, ' 7 as the large steamers flying between New Orleans arid the ports above were called. Now f th0railroads .have driven nearly all the tine boats off the river, .and left the field to the freight boats, Whose accomodations for passengers are,[by no meaus palatial. ' ; ,The former . class of steamers wereinmapy respects delightful( but they nfiver ceased to be' objects of dread to timid peoplefor if the racing 1 which' was on that steamer.reduced;to a systemdid not result in the, lo' ss.of the boatthere was sure to'bebne or .niore encounters between the more lawless portion- of the travellersin whibh pistol'bullets -would fly rather too thick for the epmfort of steady-going people' . The cause of such disturbance was generally a quarrel over the gaming table. The * " regulation of the ooata , usually requbred that all such amusements should be conducted in a saloon provided for that pu...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

'"V'lfev* ! 1 '"^"" *-! ''''!' 11 " ' * >' ¦ ;¦ • '! ] )jx\ a^bAy, 'WxTS;^rot^Es/ ; .OilQ of the nipst lrausctil'(if, i pow^tfbl fullrlimbed settlers, ' cm 1 ' tt^ Ne^r "York frontier, a century since, wda Heinricb Kaupmann. His arhis^ere like pistonrodsand he fouild drive hia uiallet fista wiWi such trempndpus momentum as to fellau ox .as if struck by a thuhderbolt , tltjiatsaid.that once'he was caught' by two iron-iriuscled Mohawkseach aimed with; knives, while Heihrich had neither ; yet at the first onset he fractured tiM&3^.$'M^|BS& £kd -ia Jb and . nothing, but an infant. . That. Indian never " resumed his perpendicular again. .iAU of ' this is by way of introduction jtoan adventure that Kaupmann once hadwithapack of M'olVes, ahd which came fearfully nigh having a fatal result for him. . ' The winter of 17— was an unusually severe, one''throughout the Northern StafeWiiricl m'ririjr.'aeathsfroai exposure auil ' ^ ' tarvatlon. occurtcd before the open...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

Lead Pencils. 7!—V It is estimated Jbhat 5^0 ,000000 pencils are * used annually. In the U. nited States alonemoreibau 2,00p,000-of tlii.. number are used,the most part of •w . hieh are received from abroad. ' The Cumberland mines in England, have heretofore furnished the be^t Quality of the -m'iheral' ! graphite or plupbago, .jroui >vl»i{:lv the lead is had; out'the supply has been nearly exhausted by constant working, and few of the genuine Cumberland pencils are now made. In Germany, where the pencil trade is .most flourishing, there are sevjsral manufactories, the largest of which is'at Stein! kept by the Paber Brothers.!' It is a, familv bus¬ iness With themtheir father aud grandfather haying been engaged in it liefore them, and has been carried on until the name of Faher;-as : ai pencil maker, ia renowned. A laanufactory has existed for some time a; Concctvd, Mass.; 'and' anr otherextens ve one jli:i3 now been <?stablisliecl nefir Hobbken, New Jersey.— At thi...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

^3$i&^m ixi:;£ } . iff lBT atDBAWB2UBB3r1vTIMB.,j; ., 1# l ,t ''!. ¦;«. ' ' > T-i/fT — T~?1ji\:- - .!.t - I ' t; .--; . Thejgarde| n gate ^ps. JTe^wo ^paspecj thoug h' , • , - Swung!slowly Jjaokward, ' .then cfosed ' again j ' iOverburhoftd8thoBky'8dQep ' ;biuo ,„> ' -,-, ' ] Purdr slionefortlieIa)5tnJBht'S(rain,,r' , .y, "And"^he milk-white blonds' through?tho nzure sailed.'• ¦ '¦ ' ¦ ¦' > - ' ¦ ,<¦• : , '• _', ,. 1 ,. , And oror the landscape cool shadows trailed. ., " i:- - - - ''il ;:>- ' • •' " - ' • - . .:• ¦!.., ¦• . Through 'checkered sunlight and shadow wo j Wont ,;; '- .;^-; 1 ¦' y ; ;-< ¦ _ •/> ; * .-NctHo and ' l, ' that swepiyJune day\ '''' " - Whonjthe ' odpr ' of clover Inoam was blent '""¦' ; ' : | With tbe fragrant scent o^.ijow^m^wn, iay ' ; - ' 'Aiiditho Toioe of tbe;bobolink pounded clear, I' . ' .As Ko cnllpa to Mb mate from tho rnoadowa near. ;- ¦ J i.i.T:\',', • .- ¦ ;,; . . : iv,,, . , .; ¦ ' . ...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

Grocfeitt 7 iki 'Ptfovlalon" Store s T, f ' • ' • ' ' f 1 ' ' . ' , ' ¦ Nl j! "' ; ' ' ;. "'"-' ¦¦;"' ¦ "• " >¦ ' *j« W;^o .p$ale . ' and retail dealer la all kinds of -. ' " ' ¦ ' -"• -¦ ¦ "!- - \ , - "r< " •' . - .,j, ," , . - . ¦;-, , .». j, . .,. i liitoiiiiiiuti. I'liiiusiiiw. . -^"^r^-- ,^ ? .,, . .. .„ . r ii[. -, „„... » ; "' u ' . : ' " . 'l" : ! . )i f:?pk -:"ri '~^ ¦ ' - •¦ • ¦ !i'.-;• .:'-n Wines, triquors and EOREfGN '& DOMESTIC, GREEN ' jb ' . ¦ ,/:,;dried -fruits, , .,;- ';• ¦ ' ,-' CA ' MNEM 1 ; FB If ITS AND .;¦'¦ , • VEGETABLES, -. " " ,. wbop f &- : wrLLowawARE|'VaLAss?.r& i ;^ioR ' ockERt Mk%%?rx :: ' \- l ' i s ' e ; ' " '*' 7:" l % ' ' ¦'¦ ' ¦' .*- : ''«*<»-* .'•».- >d vjtix- - CHIJp. REN'S CARRIAGES, CABS,i& - A,' i,. . • ¦ _• u .j. .y - ;,,..; >|S.j;,. . . i , j., |fc , .' , . ;PER " Aii[BD£kTOi$,.iTO^S ),&c.1 .&c; ;

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

BECOMIN G c ' djiTlnie^'theif tto ! waists of :tljo poopio of this ' odd adjolntng'^ttuntios'-warrant ine in 50 doitfg, " t have constructed at mnch expense, ' ,two fliiply " a«Tap^ea i! npf ; DdUseg-ifor pfupagaUng^ 'O' rnpo VJrier, FiowerS, abd nil kind* of Green Hou' s ' e- )Pln.n<3. '' I d .cvoto my wholo time, to tho buelped? and now offer for sale tbe follow., ing varlejUs; ' ;;,;', .' . ; j , - Ubafe Y1HE8—Iona, Allen's Hybrid, Israolln^ Delaware, Uartford Prolific, arid all of the betterl known vftnoti,es,,which Loiliir,iit. prices thaedefy, ¦ compotiUon. ""¦"••'W««J«m. v , j Roses—Goant . deT'Battailleg, Gen. Jacqainjilio ( t, .Otfpf. WatiAttgibifilSi 1 Jkilno, Victor Verdiir^ Ilprtnorai SouVcnir do Malinniebn, obd many other monthlies; ' A1b6 Moas;an.d 1 Cl,imb!rig RoBosj , Among, tho. Mi^cellanepua.PIantiwMrbb'found HeUqtrope*, i Pni' sie ' s, ^n^>fdBi8,^C{norapfl t CpL eeolarin, Carnations,, $al.vj^ v ,$ucjiia8- ' (if . ' i 1 ' 1 kinds, Veronic o^ ilyrt...

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