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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
SOMETHING NEW. u-.* T> ECQMIN(5 convinced'ih' at .thp rwaiUa il l[b ' o ¦JJ • people of ' this, and ' adjoining f ' oun^iea - ' fatrant mo }p »o dblDg,'I.^yo.cqiiiitriwted i t^uoh , esp.en, 80 ,.JUTo 6ne|jr arrnnge]d ' ;P ot. i noutea itqf propagating Qrapo yinqS j JIqwerB , " tfpd all kbidaj of Oretn'^ouBe PJap.Csv ' jI <Jijyoto,my Wliolo ' jime, .(a . tho buMnfifaandlio^ offe tfo^fiaiq thpllolloHr :iug..varl6l(9sf,;;. , ' ; ' , ^ '" .} ^ta^i ' .- .^.l^K 'i Qrapb V'NSB—lona, AUen'd Il .vb 'rid, larAeJla^ Dolaaare, JIattfQrd Prolific, and all of tho bolter khoph variptios,s?blch.I offer.ntpiicos thai defj' dompotitioi), -1.;.- <jT : .r:. -y\ .';.". :-oz.'; * r i" ,•'* ; : ; •' Kas(H3—Qeant dos Buttailles, Gen. Jacnuimi nofOqu'. Wushington,:La Reiae,TvTicfdr Vordior, tibtii'oia, Spuv«nlf de SlaUnaison; and many other mb' nthlias. Also Moss and Climbing Rpsoa. .. Among the MiaoallaneousfilatifB.Vvlll be .found' heliotropes, Papsies, Tnberosea/.CinJaralrio/Cal....
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
Littlk Things.—The preciousness of little things was never moro beauti-r fully expressed than in the following morceau by B. F. Taylor: • ' Little martin boxes of homes are generally the most happy and cozy ¦ > little villages are nearer to being atoms of shattered paradise than anything we kiiow of; and little fortuncB bring the ni(|st content, and little hopes, the least disappointments. . - " Little" words arc the-sweetest to hear ; litlle charities .ily furthest and stay longest on the wing; little lakes are tho stillest, nnd little farms tho best tilled. Little books are the most read 1 and little songs the most loved. And when nature -would make anything especially rare aud beautiful, she makes it little—little pearls, little diamonds,little dews. Everybody.calls that littlo that they love best.. SVe once heard a good sort of a ' man speak of ; |his wife, and we fancied that she miist be a perfect bijou of a wife. We saw her, and she weighed 210; We were surprised. ...
Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
PATEBT FARM "GATE..., ' - ; , (Patontcd Sc^i; *il)'l8(56:); j _ ? , Iclaimtorit " • ' ¦ ' » •¦¦¦ ™ ' <i::' lstj Tho cheapest,inost eenronient, nncl wbsY durable Farm Gato^ib'Niso; |° ' [ ' 2d.i Any farraeooan make it with thoiboof ftsaw nhil hammer. .ii'. •- . j->- : .' ¦' . ¦ : , J '."- '1 ; V" ! '' ¦¦ ' . 3d.. . It docs not sng tbo^po»ts,abil ; '«ntinot ^ be blown] opeii or shut .: ;;„•!¦>'.? ,"?; ',iif >L 4th; It is npt oba(iucted;b.y jco.or. 6iiow itlii It is etrofli?cr.tb(in,miy,other guto,:and is equally ao-iwbfiiVfioiieriior shut, aud,.<)aoaot Jifl blown opeD-or-sbut, nor -does ¦• tho hardest wind affect St wbeitotfa " l>f.ff 8'5» r;V a '' c. «¦" & l r ^«i Si , On tho aboVo^rnfm* » fye^Win ' reghr'tlWits cheapnets, durability, quit .ca)i«e»l ' ejic«j toe ^s/y. compctitipii. '"tt is i nbw.gdta amfViia bee ' ^bu^ a' short jtiujWbefore tlio' p'ubUi , but in iu .casji^ij has taken tbo preferbrjep overall, ortcr'i' pfe 'j.' J ....
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
Influence.—A man cannot sin without having the influence-and, in some sense, the punishment of his sin fill upon others. Thtfsa .man' cannot .iiudulge in theuse Of strong drink without naving the.sad cousequence rest fearfulfy upon xnany helpless and innpcent dependents. The bitter crime and treason of a fewhave brought indescribable and idtimerable disasters upon all the inhabitants of a great and onco prosperous ¦ nation,. Under the moral irovernmeut of'IGod, the results of mor¬ al action are no;t limited to the agents of those actions.- They spread and spread; and when a Wrong act is committed, 'tljeix- is no such thingas determiningwhere its influence will - stop. Wicked niejji do not oftenjstop and think what trains they are starting, and what conse 'q»|ienc«s*-will follow their rash and •fonl'linrd . v conduct. ' Drop, a bottle in UirWu, apd-you do nfifrkniow to what •^Uoiv the\uiseeu currents\ " of the deep will,drift it:. Utter the feeWest.woid and X-iur'-unnot-teH over ...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
;g ;^ouug ladies should "tfewate" if they would hniye a fresh: ' hfealthV ftridybiit h^ 'fiil ^ appearance: Sl Lat^'%'oure»,4. ai 1 ge cyhlonne, tight cdrsets,, cpufect^onery •hot bread, cold drang.h ' fS;'"baStnr T. .de? ' collfttte, dress; jtooafird'; libyels," fatnace " registers; easv/ptfrriages, "late suppers * ^ thin shoes, fekf of knowledge,! oib.Wing ^between meals, ) < Ill-tentper^i- haste '"to marry, dread of growing old:" v '"•'' v: i •: .—» f •¦- ' - " • •j -'- '< - Y' J& Ohio editor; ¦w boha&been pres^hted with anewshirt'coUaxs fiaySlwifc(iio^ tv-aitiog forsome onetoglvehlmaBhirt
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
^£i^*I4iqulre at Roy'a Dirug.^tbT^.s'j g ,J.. , « , •TrWdlsboro, Jfiiy l,18iiT.. '[ "„ ' . „ ¦ , ' , " ! /, ' rWXO PIl?S,ICUNS?, T A,fow S0ddi0,Boj i 8,»iid-, tt Stomacb,Puinps for Bale choaiint ¦ ¦ ' •ft < ¦ ,- ' -.. 22mny. " ; • ^vI-RftY'S DRUQ^STOJaE.,, C ALE&li®k^ZMrmuintp,miii»+" and Qimtoh T ^jips.—AnoWkiiid W lamp for Kefostrte—^ Xi )»o breakaes of ohimnevs—at FOLK'S; ,
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
...-Jmnea gift'es another-instance of-tho advantage of advertising. He gave tiotife Xliat he had teu bushels of grapes, on thi> vines to dispose of. They were all oft'his hands by lMjxt-movnirit'WithoutJeavjrig him. tbe latmi' of i)icking them. :'The oecommodatingpartieswho :got themjwere even consider&td eiioiigh to.oome for them quietly in theMiight, so as to disturb him as little as possible.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
, "" S Mew . Ooods S at l0%^|p§-:r,ces! i^rfiU i^i : ** t Wy '! -?3i '<^ 'fliSE if ubi^beH-r<wu«oiTal4Tiii>vito the at-!mtW!S|*«!«' to their Now Btook i . eoelved la»t weak,.. Qo .odi if* very cheap. " Th»y have not been a» gheapo» now ier sevsraVjrwrjrt. -- ¦ _.. >~T4a~8AMPI<28rWB~9J&L~~ " '"" Common Prlnta, .......10 cents. Handsome fast colored PrinU...... .12i f f Heavy yd. wide Sheetings,.. ........12^ " Com ' moniBleftohed Mu»llns,inv..r.-i:..; ; ..>12i ¦ •/» '-x adod yd, <«m Bje^«4 flhminj)^.,. ....l»t, . ;, (?-, -3 Extra qualltleB, ' " " _26 " . Danims, Tiokings, Stripes, <tc, are equally cheap. , ;-j; ^.X- t Summer Pant St ' ntb........ 26 to 50 " Fust eokred lawn*,, (aew)^. 26 ¦ " English Prints 30 inebes wider »2i " Handaome new MotambiqUet, ...3IJ " Dw»Oood»»r»«w»jDn»«p. .- • New tuitoWJkgiiu UmbiM'. from tl ' 50 toHSO CMO1OS GOpiiS. Sbawlt, Sacquing*] Trlmmiigs, 4c ' ., bjost styles In market at tbe reduc...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
' W W . %jw «T imiMS im: ^SSfe IDBilJ L £¦* • " ' i " * i ' s ".'i-T--' \ ' J 'ri 'i ' ©BUGS, MEDICINES, PATENT M£P-;j~t ioines, pawts, biiig;"wlKr-Have comedowmtaOlddBricesAtlaBt TKtltTE do not hesitate to eay tbat 'W have tho ;fy, V largeit Stock*! ' •«' -¦•¦> ' ' " ¦ ' -; i: - "- ' ¦ : "-" iP UR E ENGLISH £tiiZQ8 f, MEmCZNES, . ' :; , , ' . ...,(. .v ¦ ¦ ' PJTBMBDIBIpS, 1 i YANKEE NOTIONS, / ¦ ' . ' ¦ ¦ '' • '¦¦" . ¦ " . ' ; ;• ,/v ' . '; : . JPEBFUMEB¥,vf - ._, ..-fancy articles; toiSst soap, CLOTH, HAttt; TOOTH 'k NAIL ., ' B^&HES, MIBRORS, WINES & LIQUORS, &C, BVER BROUOHT'INTO -TBI8 MAKfCET. ' ' W» hnve also ihe lidr^eit BfooleVfj. . ' , paints; oils, glass and-sdttV v /. • , ' Snoh et , , ¦¦ ¦' . ¦ Pur« Whitfc. leadPnre White ZinoLtnseod Oil. Coaoh Varnish, Furniture VarnUhYel-: ' • low Oobro, Venetian Bed, Chrome Yel. - low, Chrome Qreen, Pnmlan Blue, i Patent Dryer, Laeker,. Japan, Spanish Whiting, Paris WbltoKalsomlne, Resin, Tar, Log Wood...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
WBIiIiaBQBO, POT'A, ¦ * "WEDNESDAY, JTIjNJjS; 2^1867. ,j! " OIBOtniAT-J p iW;, .1,tJ¦«*'<> ¦ . -7J " The latest opi nion of i Attorn ey G enr era! Stanbery practically nullifies the Reconstruction measures adopted by CdngreBs; It declares that the civil officers appointed by the military commanderBdn place ' of traitors removed In ttye late . rebel States,, «4» not,act,, but that new elections must-bVheid by the people' of those 8tates. The President appears ~ -t6'-be atticloua; to rehew^ hostilities with ' CougresiB, and . thei s n,eeessit$ for a session in July cannot longer be denied.- IfTGongrAjsriegliletei to'lnterJ pose between the country, and Andrew Johnson, we may confidently look for a return of chaos in the South,' and disturbances el8 ' ew,here. We have nevei been for impeachment or. confiscation; but if the Presidentperaistb inusingone man power to ; nullify acta of Congress, we shall advocate, his condign punish,-meut in dead earnest. ... ¦ -. 'i \ . ' ...
Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
^ Jfiovr* »! G«!^**«iP*WW>Jt JTlmNew Orleans .Kwj«&#cq?r.&fe, 'ftife 5th japftjjmblishiea the loUowittKContes^- pondenqe,|rom which A. shprOxtrapfc wasjtjele|;rai>hed a f6W; days ago! i' . ' ~- ., ;n4:w Or leans, ajay;l7, 180?;*r-<?e?teral Jozies Longatre6t~:—(}EtiT<tok'L. — Iii ypuf iiiimirable letter .of the £th ulfcimoyyo6 remark that "our efforts at reeonsfrui|tion will toe vain- and jUBelesa unless rzwcr embarfc ; in the' enterprise with; tho^incerity:. b^ purpose " -which will compand'success. '' ; ¦ The soffit jwhicb inspired the. abpve p«y"agrafiH;.;tdgether with the fact that thousands of -brave soldiers are sjtlU ready to Follow their leader wherever hemay seeflt to dall them, 1 has embold¬ ^ ened me to. extend to ' ybu an. invitation to attend a mass toeeting. in. Lafayette Square to-morrow evening, at which Bon. Henry Wilson',' a^diBtingulshed leader in the Republican party, will addreis theyitiieips ' of New Orleans! A...
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
I Orphans' Court Sale. N OTICE is hereby given that Harris Hotchkis3, Guardian of Muthew B, HotchkUs, a minor child of Loviea Ilotohkiss, deceased, will, in pursuance of an ordcr^f the Orphans' Court of Tioga O ' ount?, sell to tho highest andbeit ' biddor for cash the following described lot of ground in Tioga Boro, Tioga Co. Pn.. bounded north by Wellsboro street, oust bylami? ul Margaret Goodrich, south by lands of A. C. & J. S. Bush, and weet by lands of Johnston, Lowoll & Co.; containing one-fifth of ah acre, on tho 7th day of July 1867, at 1 o'clock P. M. HARRIS" HOTCHKISS. Tioga, June 19, 1S67. Guardian; ic. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—Letters of I\ administration having boon granted to itnos (X Steams, on tha estate of Jno. 0. Steams, lato of New Jersey, deo'd, all persons indebted to said estate, and all having claims against tho sumo, will call and sottlo with. JNO. W. GUERNSEY, at his office in Tioga. ' A. C. STEARNS, Tioga, May 29,1867-6t « . . Adm'r.; A...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
Oi^t e^^aotuft^ Sall*^' - POBflUANT to order* of tlie Orpbikn;' Court • of Tioga County;-"Efeiibeth R oteruon Uuardian of Robprt Houdoreon Robertson , a mi ' nor child oi Archibald RoburUon, Into of the City of Philadelphia, deo'd, and Rsbecca. M Robertson, AdminUtratrfx of Archibald Moloi tyro Robertsop, lato of (aid City of Pbltnd«lph(, dee'd, will expose to gale by Voblib Vendue. on WEDNESDAY, 10th day 6r Joiy, 1807, at 1 o'clock, P, M.," - at Van's TloivV Ji» Bloubarga Tioga Coiinty; . ' ...;.,?:" : ' Th« undivided two-fourtbe of ono-balf pan of the p following,deioribe 'd .traettii'f load, sitnal« in. Bloss and Union Townships, in said Countj of Tibgn. . • The interest of the minor being onb ondlvlded'fotirtti"6f^iJfl6i'h!ilf-p' nrt,' anatholnterelt of 1 A. Melntyro RffljerUon, deo'd, being another undivided ono.fourth of ono-half pnrt of thejaii trijofs^rbottDf . Bni dointerejfrtolirg-imiJetit/tbnho dower of the* v*ldo» o\|ho; Into Are^ ibald Robertion, dceciisdil. *' ...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
Btsm&rltebieWedding We have to record the moat remarkable marriage ceremony on record, It appears that a Misa Sophia Kikely of this place had loyedft youtjgman, named Samuel QMckeaU- ^n*$; Wisely ;)teUt well." She had siifft hfi* : deceiver for damagesand the caOfiie.^aa undecided by the court;. Thueirmatters stood on Wednesday afternoon last, when Miss .Kikely started out in searcho? theftlsfr one, whom she found on a freight car.— She drew aloaded revolver upon him and told him to come down. Without firearms, and awed by her determined: mannerhe obeyed. . She led the way to the clerk's office for amaMiiigeileensef -s- Th*' «lertP %M enierea j wauseni pot In wnen,;uiey .a.e ttit' :: QulckaSSir didn't feel - Intowsfe* and refused to ask for the lloenbe> - He said fce-was .only 1 19 years of'age and had not the consent of hU parent3 to the ¦ marriage. ¦ • - ¦ She ¦ .demanded-the 4 ll< cense, saying "he had promised to marry her and h6 had to doit.. 11 - ...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
Departed the service-of Andrew John? son, oil Monday, Ju,ne 10, 1887,, Mr. James Jones, late Postmaster at Jersey Shore, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, and editor of the Vidette, in the fourth year of his official age. , , To those who feel called to mourn the demise of our brother-we say* dry your tears, for your loss la bite gain. For many monthBhia demise was daily ex« pected, and our sympathies, have been going out toward him constantly, aa they ever do toward a tongue-tied editor. Mr. Jones.hadJotur en«"» i» t»*««>4*'* ? >< * the speetaele-of a man addicted ti> the habit of profane swearing endeavoring to reform himself. In his paper of the 13th we observe that death, which commonly compels to alienee, has loosed his tongue, and Mr. Johnson gets the benefit of its long restraint. For some months we had looked in the Vld ft fte for the editor's opinion of "my poli^r," but in vain. We are glad to know that the old saying' Dead men fell no tales,' i...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
New Firm and New Goods. ¦ . %• 1fX x $^/|^ l| ^ SON • ' TTIEly?ifP. ir«>»AtJ iieir ' >!&tora recently des'tvfUcMib$An ' ii.KoenltfvHle: would aay to thoirfrlendl arid tho community generally, that they bsve opened a new aud dealmblo . stock of .. 3Efe?y Ghoodts^- wiiloll was boagbt.fc/rcaibVond w0rtO" '«61<J''nt th<jTory . Jowe ? t qg^rc8, ¦ * ; f ;; ]| ;.^f';j ,•- " . ' Groceries. In this*department we shall keep a general ns-«ortcoiii|)-jQ J »uU?^ll;!6J)!)l:.f*H B^cbeap,a3 tho oheapeat. ' Boots and Shoes, ' ; ;' ;. r- f|r.-jA -.-.a- • . j- .-.h .-: _ AH etyle», klndj, and qualitios,. from tbe bolt manufacturerswhich; wlllbp sold;Ota smnll advance from cost. Hr\Mw^re, Yankee potions, &c, ; ' -I - ¦«• ¦ • " ¦ . ' ¦ ¦ ' In faet, we shall endeavor to keep everything dieeded in a country store / - ' i . • • ' i i BUTTER, EGGS &,PRODUCE of all kinds, taken in oicbangc (or Goods'. ' " . 1 '- r > : "- • :" •s.'stapi.e^ ^ s...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
'NARBOWESCigJKfe'HOM DROWNING. —Master John MusSer, .son of Dr. VfM, 1 Musseb of this place, came near Ipaing hla life . on. Thursday eyerilnglaat, at Williamsport rby drownilnK. ' VTheDaUy Gazette says he W^nt to tire, creek on Market street In that city for the >. purpose of bathing, and had been in tho water but a few moments, when. a lady noticed him disappear. After waiting some tfme and finding he did not rise to the surfaceshe called assistance, and he was rescued. ' A physician was sent for, the proper remedies applied and the boy was finally brought to consciousness and his life saved. ¦ ¦ ' *. ' UNION HOTEL. . >l , MINER WATKJNS, .Pkopbiktob. ; ' ¦ • XJ TAVIMO- ftttod up i» ntf hotel bolldlug on thS dit ' e Jrft of the old Union UoUllately destroyed by 8r«, Turn now roady to racolTe and .entertain guests. The Union Hotel .vu lntondod for a Tomporanctj.HonBe, and the Proprietor bellcTqa it canbo bus tolned without grog. As attentive bostlor In attendance. ...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
Masonry in Pennsylvania.—The facts contained in the statement of the R. W. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania for 1866, constitute such testimony.of the efficiency and vigor of the Masonic Order, as cannot but be gratifying to all of its members. The receipts of 1866 were $53,288 71, and from the Girard bequest $4030 74, making the total of the investments of "the bequests $50160 49. The Grand Lodge charity fund amounts to $50880 66; and $31,694 64 have been received during the year, and $25813 98 expended. More than $27,000 of the investments are in United States bonds. The committee to select a site for a Masonic hall were authorized to purchase the block bounded by Cuthbert, Filbert, Juniper, and Broad streets, Philadelphia, for $155,000to take possession in July prox. The growth «of Masonry is eald to have been accelerated with threefold rapidity by. tha war. In 1856 there were 133 lodges, 11,195 members, 1046membersof Grand Lodge, and a Grand Lodge debt of $151,000, while thd char...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
The Last Snake f Stoky.—The Charleston (111.) Plciihdealer tells this snake story: On Saturday of last week Mr. James Gilbertone of our subscribers, camo to the ottice for his paper and while ' here related an incident a9 haying occurred the day previons. On Friday he and his brother George, wore engaged in cutting wood, one mile and a half south of the town. About ten o'clock, in the morning Mr. Crowder came along, and said that he was looking for his cowa.stripper. The. young men replied that they had uoticed her aboufthe cleaving. Air. Crowder soon found her and drove her home, Ithe cow bellowing and calling aa though she had Io36\a'calf. At three " o'clock in the afternoon the cow came backbut , appeared very restless, walking about and lowing \ continuously. Presently she was heard , to lay down, when everything became quit. Tho woodsmen, having their curiosities excited by the tow's strange conduct, stopped their \Vork and* went to where the cow was last heard. Imagine the...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 26 June 1867
Buffalo Scales, Platform: 4»countek " scales, con-Itantly on hand at manufacturer's prices, at SME^D'S. STOVE WARE BOOMS. Also, just received, a lorge stock of r HARDWARE, which I scleetod with care and am selling as low for Caih aa can be bought In any market. COMMON and OnOICE TABLE and Qljvcr Eing-.—lijs Justly celebrated Stallion Vj -will stand tho prosont season at the stablo of the proprietor in. ChMhan, every forenoon. Terms reasonable. D ' ANIEI. SILL. Chatham, Mnyl6,,jl897-%. 3. B. WERRIOK, SURGEON DENTIST, CHEERY FLAI^TS, TIOGA CO. PA., OPERATES with Chloroform, Ether, and . the celebrated Spray Prodnoor. " ' • ' July 19. 1867-Bm.