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

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Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

¦ ¦ woo^ry iai * Provision ' ' Store, ; v COBNINGr, N. Y. • • ¦ -" ¦ "y$-\'<:yi;i "iV.aJiU ¦ . _: > ___ ¦• ' ' ¦ ' ' •: i ' ' ' "' ' ' }, ... -.i - •. j ' • ' .. - , -. ' " - " I. WHOLESALE AND RKXAIL DBALBlt in all'kinds of - ; '- ' • -. j u< i , . , '- '-lJ' \ - •¦- -I'-1 -' ¦ '- • > * - ii ' 1. .:, 1- i.u .., '¦: i , ' 1 liRIIWSltia fRllllSIOM. ¦ -¦ •-ji.->' :¦ •¦ ¦ - ,t -. -:-;- i;if 'jj*:t-i;:.- .r. 1 . ; ¦ •ORfu.Tio'J .ii',;';!^ - ¦! :,- -' .'' ,-a '.«:-; r;-<!i^:-:'f I Wines, JLiaaor§ and -Cigrarsi-'; ? ..-v; ' :i- \ , .-.'. '! - - .. ' . . i CRlJED ^UITS, - ..V1 * •/ .,.-. , . ^ ^.^^^ ' '" J . ' . ' ¦ ¦ ;.• :.:\S-> :y\\ " jf. . - • • A^ lx \. Hl }t . .I';. CANNED. FRUITS ANJ} : - ''¦' ¦ • " ' ' VEGETAtiLES ,^11 I ' ' ¦ •' ¦ '- ' -' •" 'iifi ' : 1 ~:i:.t- , . .- . . .. .. i . i " '¦' ;_ < •' • ¦:•-¦ •-- ' - , ' .: ^..i;.,,^ - , ,| WOOD & /-WILLOW ' WARE, GLASS & r,t!:- i^B^ i^X':.^ ^{J| j. ¦ • : ¦ •;.. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

I BUSINESS DIRECTORY. , U. 1>. TERBELL & CO., ' ' j WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, and ' doalers in Wall Paper, Kerosene Lamps, Window Glass,' Peitfimety, Paints and Oils, Ac, $<>• . Corning, H. Y., Jan. J, 1866.-ly. . . ¦ : ' w. x. moaow; jwnr »-mrpHm. . NICHOLS & mTOBBU., i A.TT0RNEY8 ANI^ ^ontfSELORS AT LAWJ ' Offlco formerly occupied by James Lowrey, Esq; W11. A. Nicnots.' ' Jobh I. Mitchell. ' ¦ Wellsboro, Jan.;l, 1866-ly. , ( WiMAWL e. SMITH, ,; AT TORNEY AND COTTNSELOR AT LAW ¦ -Insurance, Bounty and Pension AgOfipy, Main Street Wellsboftt, Pa., Jan. " 1,1866.:-- . , i S. F. WitsoH. .. ' ..••" ' ,' ; J. B«,Nn,ES. \ WIfcSOIf <Sc. RILES, ; ATTORNEYS * cdtfNBBLOBS AT LAW, (First door from Bigoney't, on the Avenue)—Will attend to business -entrusted to thofcearo in tb» counties of Ttoga and Potter. W«lUboro, Jan. 1, 1866. ' - ' . mm ¦ ¦ , ' i*1 *1 111 . ... —1—; D. ANGHBXiL & " CO., MANUFACTURERS of, and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

. .. ;. -, , .->; c n,i;i.-: .;.*..i% :¦> ' . , , • ¦ .!<]• 0. G. VAN VALKEWBURO &BR0. .- -.• f • ••• -.iv. -.,..; j ,: i. . .i:?i ] \ (•¦ .. .. -. , ?.\i -\ f f ! HAVING purchased tbo Store lately oooupiod'by William Townsend, nro, ready,to supply, customers with ¦ ¦ •. ' ' . V '.i. '. '. ! • > i I ( . 1 ?•' . '. -. . .; '.•>., " r ,, * PORK,, HAMS, SHOULDFRS, WHITii FISH MACKEREL, CODFISH, i , SMOKED HALIBUT, I ./t/.»Htl:TK f^iTI:i! FLOOR, OORN MEAL, BUCKWHEAT FIOUR, FEED, and all \ cV.'Ji xO'y- - ¦I lf.Ht.'A/ I JBEjiV ^X. GR OCERIES, i '• '•' ¦ ",\\. o" f/. ^ iV: ' i \ t AT \ « ' ) • • .«'m " "- ' ;.'{:'!?'f,'; . - \ ; ; - - - / ' 'WHOLESALE AND ' ; RETAIL; . I'J '! ' • j" '. j iP,' !',;: i and at reasonable prices. I ,.3£ MpiiU 9. friJilW ¦ j ,-FARI£ERS & .pTfJER^I Will find it to tbetr advantage to call and look at our Stock b ifore purchasing elsewhere. : ..• " .' ¦/. ¦ " - ;.' . (O ' ' .p.- '. :¦ ¦ ! TCI*¦ ' , Remember the ...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

dren as though, they were so-many ariH UdalSj laying them 'in her way, biii never showing that she regarded theiii as possessed of tender heartoaiitfimmdrtal souls. -If Polly had good qualities of, disposition they had 'never - ! been nouriBhed by her mother, i>ut her muscles 'werd trained vigorously' : for she was brought up to work. The elder NudgkinB and Mr. Perkins had once been < boon companions ¦ and thus John tod Polly/became intimate in childhood. JohTitrgrew' up to 1 bo ; a good-looking inari, and Polly grew up to be a buxom lass, -and in time ! John " proposed and was accepted. ' • ¦ f >¦ ' ¦ • ,t-t s ' SomB Women-said that ' Pdllv > was fortunate. They said so because. John was -fl^-hearted and 'handsome.' They did n'oi/itifoty how' 1 'Very; far- short of making a good husband these * qualities might come. -\iw.j ' .,it •;-¦: ¦ > ¦¦: ¦ », .-;...(¦ 'The people had said John had gained a prize in his wife. 5 They- judged heir as they w...

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

DEACON GBAY .Deacon Gray was assisted carefully into his chaise, then his wife mounted beside him. Things were reversed since his long illnesssire took the driver ' s eeat and the reins. As for Dobbinthe faithful old family horsehe was a slow going horse at the bestsuch a horse as old ladies like to driveand the Deacon 's wife was verging on to sixty. "Mother 's hair-was really beginning to turn now,"- Jane, the eldest daughter said. (Jane had gray hair herself) and so it was ¦ but " mother " blessed good woman, didn ' ^ fe- care. She had lived a spotless life, and the peace of her soul had given to her face a sweetness of expression that was better than beauty. 11 Deacon, are you warm enough ?" Mrs. Gray.always called, her husband deacon, but now there was a peculiar intonation of tenderness in her voice, never very musical. • . ¦ 41 O yesI'm comfortable. Dearj(lear, how sweet the clover smells. 1 I didn't know as the scent would ever come to me again—Marthawhen I lay there...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

AND MBS. NUIieEINS ' "Johu Nudgkins, if you don't stop .drinking there'll soon, be a stop to everything."; .. ¦ ¦ • ,.. . ' .., . . •' • "Don't fret,Polly Nudgkine, I. don't drink moro'n I allers did. "> "Goodness Mercy! And s ' pose ' n you don't! Hain't-you allers drinked enough-to kill a hog?'' : ' . ¦ "Hogs is brutes, Polly, {in' they can't stand'what a man-can. " • ... . ,. -. ' "I want to know if they be? My 'gracious'if you don't ; come about as near beiu ' abrute ns.nnytbiug I ever saw. then my. eyes are.deceptive. John ]N .ugj?kjno. yoiuare worsen n brute. A brutoAVouidriiorao^aB-youaa;" ,¦-" "Of course they wouldn't Mrs. Polly •« € , i . > j ^ Nudgkins, ' cause brutes don't know nothin. " • ! : Polly Nudgkins, as was her wont, started toheapabuseupon her husband's headand heas he had learned it was ' safest for him to do, was prepared to bear it meekly; but somehowttyen a different spirit possessed his wife. She had that morning seen her cupboard bare, ...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

weak and lazy. I don't; kfiow but It seemed a sort of sin to me to Itoe sickly and ailing. But you see God knew what;I needed. Stop DobbinMartha, there's poor Stephen 's little lame boyI wonder if something cannot be done for him?" o So Dobbin was stopped , and the child gladdened with a kind word " and a handful of coppers that set his face to shining with delight and surprise, bringing tears to the good wife 's eyes, for children had, rather avoided the deaconsterling man though he was. I'll see if that boy can't be helped " the deacon went on: "I've heara that, if his father could only afford U , t^ere is a place where h£ might be. cured. He is a fine little fellow, and it's a shame to see him go stumping through life. '" 1 "Shan'twe turn round, now, deacon ?" said his wife. "I think I'aiiketogo to Tom Blake 's; he ' s another cripple, and more likely, to be worse than better." ;\ "But deacon, you hadn't heard, I suppose. [The truth is,f poor Tom has been taken to thepoor-hou...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

THIRD 4»APEH After a time, as the country became more settled, a postqffice was lestablishedonthe "Stateroad." Hemk'Hu'e wasiippointed postmaster. He lulfllled the-, office with credit to himself, and satisfaction to all for a number of Hyears. He fe still living, to enjoy the conveniences and improvements time hasinade. The first flour mill was built by Noah Ruinsey and Ms sons. When ' he first came into Sullivan, a3 he had no house built, or farm selected beforehand', he stopped at the first place that 'pleased his, or his wife's fancy. He took the boards of his wagon box, and made with them a temporary shelter for himself and family. During the night there nrose a terrific thunder shower. This completely extingms$re$ their fire that they had made for protection against wild beasts.l § The thunder and lightning, added to the scene that was in itself enough to frighte^ and dismay the most courageous. But they were not easily discouragedalthough sickness and want visited the...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

Uy-;&ntm-mnix$ J GONE .AWAY GONE >AWAY . '„'' , 1 dee'^hb tfarni-hdusV red ani" did/ ' * . ' Above? the roof it* maples sway; ' f . t , The hillsbebind arebleakand cold,. ;, , The jfind cornea up and, dies away. ., | I * gazp_in ' to>'piMh empty room, ., , , . , , And as I gttie a gnawjng paiu . ' ; ¦ : Is at my heart / at ' thought of thoso : ¦ • ¦ ) 'Who ne'er will pass the door again. ¦ . -.¦ <!"• ¦ ¦/ ;ij ,f ,,t. i, ,; i ¦ ¦ ,,. - . ' ¦ . . .And strolling down the orchard elope, '.. ' ¦ '¦• ¦ (So wide a likeness grief wiU.crare,) ¦; ' . ' y. •- -53aol» ' dead lertfseem ' s avwitheredTiope, - " "'" ''Eaoh'mbls^'hiHdek looks a grave.! -'' ¦f-iv,T»hoy will not hear me iM call) ¦ ¦ :• ¦ ' ¦ • ¦ < '• ' ¦ >zh they' will not see ttiesetearsthat start r [Tis autumn^—autumn with it all—.' ; > u'„ - A ? d w .°y? B i *^ a ?: autumn in. my heart. , ' . . 0 le'ttverf, so dijrj ' and dead, and'sere! ' r' \ ' ,... ' . " I can recall s...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

; "Call he Geokge. " —Ben Wi served in the Revolutionary War, and had been in the habit of repeating his long and tough yarns so often that at last he veally believed them himBelf.' Ben would give a personal anecdote ¦ about- every battle'of the war, in which ho himself always, of course, figured as a hero.;—<j)n being asked if he was In the battle of Monmouth; he replied : ' • ¦ ; r; : -, ; ; , "t giieSB J, ?}&s.' I had my right-hand pocket full of pWdef/ my ; left-hand pocket full of'ibulletsand Ihad father's aoublebarrele'd dubkinc-trun. seven foot long, sir'! sevdu-foot'long ! I put in a handful of powderand a handful of bullets, and every time I let her oil' I knocked down the British, sir; fifty at :i time ! General Washington rode Uji to me'and said'Ben, do stop !, you 're cloihg 'bin tpo bad!' I touched my hat to the GerieraJ and said, |Well, General, if ydu say so, I'll 'cease' tiring": but I think'I ought ta k.ill;a few morp : of the .scoundrels.' With t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

JOBBING JDEPARTHEWT. TheProprletor»haTentockodtheestabl4hinent Wltn a large SHortroont of modernstyjos .. . f SOB ANU CARD TYPE j \ j ,,AN» FAST PRESSES,. - ' ' an4»reprflpa«d to ^jiecote 'neatly,, and promptly POSTERS, HASPBIMS , OZBOU^ABji flABDS. BIU. * HB ABS .itlXTES HBA»8,8XATBMSK!T8, ; TOWKBHIP OBDBB8,*e:,*o. Deeds, Mortgego ' n .leMo*, and a full aisortmsnt of Conitablos'andjntticos'Blank^cointnntlyonhand. ; PeopleltvingatadiBtancecanae ' pen ' aonh*vInjrthelr workdcinopronipHr^indsentbocklnret qriiintlli ' Q&rOmos—Hoy'tblockjSocondPloor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

-.-n 'aaU^'j'a.ii*** ¦ C"~ ":*.'?'' '. " ' jAJi' .>'-TrfiAfex£' a4^ tyt Wjnjjar€mU i ,$pp r | Ii pabllsbed ' every Wednesda/MoVning, at |2,00a yesri, Invariably In advsneo, by \ .'- COBB & VAN GELDER. \ j M.H.CODD.] . [P. O.VAH 0ELBIE. ; l ADVHBTISINQ ^ SATi^S. ! Tts Lima of Mihion, on lias, MAKE ohb 80.VAKK. Mo.ofSq'rs. lln. 3In».i4Ipa. 8Mos. 9Mo8. lYiar 1 Square. ...7. $1,00 $2,001^2,60 $5,00 ST,00 iwio 2 Squires 2,00 3,001 4,00 8,00 12,00 18,00 n«UCol..U... 10,00 16,00 17,00 22,00 80^0 60,08 OneOpl,..W iiJ 38,00 20.00130.00 40,00 CO,OO . J 00,0g tgj»Bn9iness Onla Inserted fit the a»to of OnoDoK lar a line per year; bat none for less sum than $5,00. ' ¦ tguSpetfal nottcis, Fifteen Cents per line; Editorial or Local Notice!, Twenty Cents per line. . , . i

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

—— 4^- 'A Rule.—To find the area of a circle when tho diameter and tho clrcumfer xeuce are both known : Multiply the circumference by the diameter and divide the product by^4.

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

' [For The Agitator.] Pioneer History of Sullivan Township

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

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Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

' {[{ . $rft$^&6a & go. pi ¦ V- ¦ i*..". ' ' - i f?- ¦ "". t ' ¦ ^, v^ ' ;' ' - - ' \- '- ¦ ¦ ,?-' p) ^mtBpR- IDEM, ...: ._':.„. • .... " . , . . . DRtjOiS,' MEDICINES, PATENT MEI>- ^ 5lOINESjPAINTS . OH.Si WIN-:. DOW GLASS, & POTTY, ' Have come down, to Old PrieeB at last ^ LiiVS ' ¦ . -J. ¦;tid«J. ' i. ii'-X ' i <• t-i_iS ¦ -* i.i :; w WE do not hesitate to soy that we have the '" Largest Stock of c PURiu ENGLISH DRUGS f MEDICINES, ft PITBNi 1 MEfltCINBS, YANKEE NOTIONS, PEBFUMERT, ' " ^ FANCY ARTICLES, TOILET SOAP, CLOTH,, HAIR. TOOTH & NAIL BRUSHES, MIRRORS, WINES & LIQUORS, AC, EVkK " BROUGHT 'INTO ' THIS 'itARKET. . We havo. also the Largest Stock of . PAINTS. OILS, GLASS AND POTTY, Such as . Pure White Lead, Pure White Zino, -Linsood Oil, Coaoh Varnish, FurnltuTO Vurnish, YoU low Oohro, Venetla^J Bed, CbromoYellow, Chroma' Green, Prussian Blue, - Patent Dryer, i Lacker, Japan, • . , . ' - : . ; ¦ ' " (: ' ¦ - - ' . Spani...

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 31 July 1867

¦t'H -;. - -i -tr ifrb ' s^cc " cbo^' -" ! ; u '- ' ' As Pennsylvania has two'Senatore in Con' gress; our readers inay likoto read a aplecli froni each ol'themtipou tho same'sifbject^trie 'ritndridatdry Reconstruction bill. . ' HerS thojraYe: 1: ' '" ' ;Mr ' 'BpcitA.i*w; I " did hot 1 intend to aay ariythirfg on thissiibject. arid should not tlb bo H6w if I'Hvero lioS required to gpuijqn.therqcord.: 1 am yery much surprised at tho character of this.report from tbe cpn^Tflittee of conference. I piad no eX¥ectjiittQp J tlxat;o\ir . committee would" have been able|t<iobtain from the comrpittee of the flolnser so irfahy concessions to those opinions;: which Lave . heretofore , oMahietJ in the - Senate. . I .think, that (be report is: much more fa- , yprolile .than could have been reasonably expected, considering the ' constitution tfje'Hquae.brarjcU of this cpraniiltee ' ¦ o^cab. ferericej.arid.that in ' very matey respects the results of tlio (It-liberations of tliq . co...

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