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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
the " wro^cae^t ^ bagT2: ~~ JXY. F. H. STAtfrEEB, Deab Fbed.—I am glad that you got lome. safely, and confess to. having enoyed yourself during your week's aoourn with mo. Your remarks in refeT-- >nce to my "betterhalf" are somewhat lattering, but I accept them in thospirt of "kindly- intentions.. ': 1 You ask me » relate to you how and whero I came o."pickup such a glorious w' oman." [ respond with .pleasure, though I forcivarn, you that, the narration will abound nore in tho' gbssipdf'iittk'or-upthings " ban in romantic adventures. This .hall suffice for ji preface, s I shall now snter upon the stoi-y, subdividing it into ippropi-iate heads*. • 1 , I., THE DISCOVERV . I reached tbe city of Philadelphia veary and. travelstained. Registering uy name at the. hotel, I rushed up stairs nto the room allotted to me, to refresh nyself with a change of linen. I tinocked my carpet-bag, thrust in my mud, and brought out—a pair of doll-:ate lace wider-sleeves , "I wonder how some' of...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
©nginal Siorg. [For.tho-Agitotor.-] HOW* I 0AME TO BE A SOLDlERi It was not' for love of my country, nor yet for glory or fame. No , I had no patriotism thenand as for glory and fame I cared Hot for them., Curfous, then, Was it not, that I should have volunteered to,Join the- 1 Federal Army when it was trving to subduefthe rebellious South ? But I will tell you how it all came about. In .the year 1860 IS was Iproprlotor of a moderately sized . farm fin Kentucky, having on it a snug little cottageaurroundpdby a neat garden of flowers and vegetables; a good barn and other outbuildings which itwas myprldeto keep in the most perfect order. I had for my wife one of the loveliest women both in looks and.character, that these eyes ever looked upon; and with three sweet children, George , Alice, and baby Blanche, my happiness was 'complete. I think no group ever .enjoyed more of happiness, and wo thought it would always continue , nevo4 thinking the Mid was so no.ir. ' I. employed no ...
Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
HOSPITALITY EEWAEDED The following characteristic anecdote is related of tho Count de Dijon a beneavolent French Nobleman. One morning during the last winter, being at his country residence ho recollected that the lease of an Inn called tile Red Cro^a, about three leagues distant, had expired. Th^ landlord was solici-¦t ing a renewal; but wishing to judge of -thepremlses,hesetoufc on foot, although the weather was intensely cold, aud the snow falling. At some distance from his chateau he overtook a wagoner walking along by theslde of his cart. Betweenpedestrains acquaintance is soon made: 0 and it was not. long before " the. count discovered that the man 's name was Penot, his wife's name Marianne; and that he had iive children, and as many horsesaud that all he had to depend on for the support of hln family and cattle wns hia errand cart. " : , But all at once, while they were walking on iu earnest conversation ,the laad-Itfg horse made a false 'step, fell down, and broko...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
TEE STORY OF THE ILIAD The story of the Iliad is very simple. It begiui with the quarrel of Agamemnon and Achilles about acaptivegirl In the ninth year of tho war. Achilles in anger withdraws -from tho Grecian camp. A aeries of battles follow, In which the. Greeks, deprived ,-of their swift-footed champion, suffer defeat and alau-ghter. In-tho mean time tho° sec 1 ondary heroes press forward , and become the. leading figures in the martial picture. . Jn separate ^ chanfe, the valiant deeds of DloniedBs, Ajas, ilenelaup, Agamemnon, aro commemovated. But the Trojans led ou by the crested Hectoi'j drive ' the Greeka do-#n to tho verjr i;ainp«rtspf theships. Ono by one the heroes are wounded and disabled, and the -prospect of_. disastrous overthro w stares the army in the face; Agamemnon, at length, convinced of his fatal error, and ansioua to recall the angry hero, sends out an 'embassy with an offer of amplfe reparation. Tho proposal ia haughtily- rejected.— The war again ¦ pr...
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
PHOTOGRAPHIC E. & II. T, ANTHONY & CO., Manufacturers of Photographic Materials WnoLEIlALE AND RETAIL, ^ 501 BROADWAY, N. Y. ,• , In ft'ldition to ^iir, main biisinpss of Photo^rai'liic MaU'vlnl« ^s¦(; «ro ncatlqHftri . ei-H . for the following, viz: Stereoscopes & Storcoscopic Views Of Apicrlcnn awl Foreign Clljos nail ' hnudsqapeaj lii-cups, Statuary. i*lc. " II Stereoscopic Views of ihc War, I ^ Frniu iiegativos iinulo in the' various ostfiipnigns iinrt forming n.conii>Ii:l-< Photographic history of tlio pient conlr&t. .-Stereoscopic Views on Glass, Adapted for filter 31 ujfc Lanterns or tin- SK-rccsconr. Our i:utnlo(;iio will bi. -tejit.to tiuy mlJrcss mi rw<'ik>( of .-;' tniup. " - '.- ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ' j Photographic Albums, \, o [n.uaifactnitj nioitInrjri-l .v limn nuy uHicrhouse,* ¦oliimt C-oq vntktirs frvan 50 ttnn to i^O each. Our ALBUMS have iho reputation i<f I'tiii / mj/orior in iM'.iuty an,) (huabilit...
Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
WELI.SBORO HOTEL ] (Corntfr JJain Strctt wid the Avenue.)' WELLSEono, Pa< f' B. B. HOLIDAY, Proprietor. rrVlilS is one of tho moat popular Houses lu X tho county. This Hotel is tlio. principal StuRc-houso in Wcllsboro. 'StngOB leave daily as follows : , F<jr Tioga. at 10 a: m. }-For Troy, at 8 a. m.; For Jersey Shore every Tuesday nnd Friday at 2 " p. m.; For, Coudersport, every Monday arid Thursday nt 2 p. in. : Stages Arkive—FromTiog.a,atl2 1-2 o'clock p. lu.: From Troy, nt . 6 o'clookji. m.: From Jorsoy Shorty Tuesday nnd Friday 11 a. in,: ' From Ooudorsport, Monday and'Thursday II a. m'.< ¦ N. B.—Jimmy Coprton, tho well-known hrs^- lor, will bo found on lianil. . -• ; ' ; ' ^ W'olUboro, Jan. 1, lSGB-ly. ¦ '
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
To the larmevi of Tioga County. I AM now liuiMiug at tny uianufacloi). in Lawrence-\llla. a superior FANNING MILL, wbich poescsacs Uie following advautflge3over all other lutUtt: ' 1. It PL-pftfrttos o^rts, jutlltter. and f<ml ,pp oiIs, nnd cli'*6SHpil cockle, from, client. 2, It clfuu3 flax iit'bJ, takodout yollciv seod.*aud all nilmi* h**c(Xs, pt-rk-clly. ' U It cH'uih timothy ^ed. 4. ft doca T jll otlitr ^epnrntin^ required of a mill. '&\\\* mill is built ot tlio best rtnd most durablu timbor. iu good sVs'lo, and H sold cticnp tor cash, or produce. \ I will fit .i jmti-nt 'icve, for Geparatlnj^ oats from wheat, t« other nillN, on reasonable terms. •U U MATnKR. LawrencovHlo. October 10. 18flG-tf
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
V . > DKALr.n IM piia ' s, Medicines • BOOKS AND.STATIONERY, - -- - PATENT MEDICINES; Ferfumory, Musical Instru&ents nnd Musical Merchandise oi nil kin.Is, Fancy Qoods ' of nil kiml.«, <£ev .MANSFIELD. JPA. . Phyficinn'sProEmptiiinscnrofiilly compounded Oc-lobor :!1. lSfiG.-ffin. .
Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
fLAWRENCEVILLE DRUG STORE ti^SSSf&it THE iindbr,iigni'd Iinvinp purclinjc'il ^igpW the Vrup ftiire of W. O. >!illcr, ; ,ivill llsfcig Ireep a full ^lock of 4ij3 | DRUGS '" AND MEDICINES, VATHNT MKDICINfcS, PAINTS, Oil.?. ' Dye Stuff«, Keropcnr Oi\ and Groruriy. which will ho sold at na low prices nfl nny other establishment in tlto;country t'nr cush. j " ' "~ "— ~- ^ C. P. LEONARI),. liawrpnrnvillp. Nov. ft. ISfifl -If.
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
I John W- puern^ey; ' ~ ATTOItXfY AND COUNSELOR AT LA'WJ lluvin-. roturnod to this aounty with a view of making it his permanent residence , solicits a share tit" public patrouago. AU.bueincss eri-! trustod to his tare will ha' attended to with promptness nnd fidelity. Office 2d door south oC E. S. Fair's hptol . 'ISogo, Tioga Co., Pa. sent. 26."fi6.-tf. • ¦
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867
A Character of Real Lifts . Some months ago ayoungmaa nain ;d Stansifeir, tjf Qovington, Kentucky, received $2000 from his business partner , to.payanoto which the firm owed—Unfortunately, ho did not i ptoceed to lift the note at once, fell into the har da of gamblers ' , ventured risks ,- ' first a little, and afterwards larger sums, at a ga ne of cards ' , and in a lew hours lost cvi *y cent he had with-him. Of course, liquor had something to do with his misfor¬ tunes. When he awoke next morn ng frtfni " his debauch, he found himself pcoilHess.. He belonged to. a fespec table family, had -a ydung and' attract iye "wife,and previously ' very flattering business prospects. . Having a high sens; of honor naturally, anjj a deep ' sense of shame underliis misfortune, he resolved to flee the disgrace which had fallen upon him, and to seek a refuge among strangers', who would-know .nothing of his career. ' •. - . , - He fled from Kentucky, and siU-efforts bfhisfriends to, trace...