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Wellsboro Tioga County Agitator (Newspaper) - September 5, 1866, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania MEBY 2CK OP ION OF OP .THE GRY OR a id.in a to tough. Boehn OTHERS inls. if Buoho, I with great care, ing to of n as the most no l'> i iACT TLY, free from all inju- re In its action. TION OF ALL, tainetT ID Dlipecu- 10 lullowing is a.eor- jong, diffusive, and 9 bitterish, and an- is given chiefly in gaos, aneh as >laddeT, Morbid Ir- TJrethra, Diseases of or the InooBtinaoce ne in the parti con- It has also been re- Chronio Rheums- Dropsy." [FORMATION ie works OB tho Prao- celebratad Dr. Fbyi- Worki on Medioine. THE EST IQ 0; 7ORX.D. P. Helmfaold; beoccn- 19 my residence} and >g the buainess where liy so before him. I sed Kith Ms obsracter ars uring Chemists, reets, Philadelphia. Xaerk 10.] of continned BUC- ir towmmaB, Mr. E- Bis atorerjnisjtt to i feet front, ZSO fset ,eight. It fi-certilnly speaks favorably ot Htf retains Office which are also inodsl Indnced to nislw ot that hU Tamediei, PARATIONS, jgnorsnt pharmaceutical prepu- tbe ACT BOCHO, D ROSE MEDICAL man s. COBB VAN Jt. H GOBI.] H e-tt6. IMS j l.Jii ;KX 4 I j w -ring di Great 'I of which thou and i anything recorded ia afeto C2- Wellaboaro, Jan, Bounty and Pension Ag nfia., Jan. 1, 1S66 f BUUJUB. [Formerly Bfarfa Hotel.J'41 brow-: .'U15 ted Wnsow. A ,.t door frOL t 19 in IF, W. GLARE, r AT WEJLLSBOHO HOTEJL- WELLSBORO, rims the county.' IBS" "fioiw me pnnct Stage-house in WelUbofo. Stages leave dai as followa e B-OT Tloga, For Troy, at 8 a. Shore and N. B.-Jinmay Oowdan, the W.-ka'owiTiiost--1 ler, will be foaal on" Wellaboro, Jan. I, In oului, und mree mues" oeiow the bridge, as you peontng 'flnisb os at once or their come-down, another road sprang off at' numbers atod cold steel, and nrohabiv iMWjntwwB ot. right angles and tett-dpini through the wonM have btrffor an obstacfe OW gorge at Baecoon Mountain to Kelley's as ilttte cijxwted ar Rac'cooa Mountain to on? ftopt, yknbdis. iWfc attqMijatJd ing, unless night Sooner overtook him. aim was ST. Lauis, Atig. lo Its66 To (fit-Editors oj a Western 11 _____" (TORN 1. MiTCHElL. Wo ld L GE? f0r tltt of oonnty, back pay may concept that ihey ke. from ao.J.2 a large well seleotia! ment. and 'Mitch ill. Wells- BtSe, '68 DRV08 IZAAK WAtTOH HOUSE, Qaines, Tioffa County, Pa. PAINTS, OILS, fortkeaoooounodaUonof the travelmg pnbUe. [Jan, nTE STtrFfS, FAiVtIJLY DYES, J Pennsylvania House. Elmira B. B. [gfewitn the'acconnta'jctireoryview of wacons werei Jiis south hank of the IfeninesseeT where the to >u PSOPREETOR. T "J" hoid bee" ronovatsd An-d r9. I furnished, and 09 pmintWfll be jpired 'u reaaerita 9, 3866, J. HERVJBT ATTuRNEY No. U Law Paul 36 jjaltimorer Sale, Attoroey aV Elward Israel, .Au'y at Law, Rev: J. luyft Kilav, D. D., Rev. fleory Slic'er, D. Co5T field, Brj. 4 Co., P. Grove 4 Co., Ludwig a. MoSlierry, John F. MeJilton, Eey., Robert Law- sou, Esq., 3. Sutaerliiud, [Mr.'Ewiso is' authomed to ttaiuact any business appertain- .mg to this paper in Baltimore.] 'Jan. I, c ar'CASTOJEeg, SPOONS, TEA FORKS, WJKITIHO ENVBLOPSis, SCHOOL BOOKS, PATENT MEDICINES, Conec, Pepper, Oli Snleraius, Starch, TOIIET it, t u '.f itrirrfi" SPCWCER ,r Sbelej's Bard u83 cures rupture, frees the, oord froin all preaa- are: will never coife, 'or bo- onme filthy, (the, fine etael spring being coated with hsra rubbefj epring 'mi'de any power re- in bathing, fitted to form reM jes PJacea were ported and the men had couhllay hand on edwith and raises their suppers, but weary as they were, and extending thete K nva, as lar- as the Hazen, dropped down tTe Tlwslr camethe enemj, mad withexcite- pontoon boats to Brbwn's.ferrV, "t the Si? and Ot of fowerbeudof the first peninsula where fearfu nt. a htt'Q the they hoped to sifrprtseW and bevond ll whlch plunged and dis- 'wide to leap, and aoo.ve; ana tiearv ntiri hia handful of crawl put, And amid the roar "of the flict eknae curses, groans -.j ii'om itsimadd-v depths. Gearp prornot wouTd LAMPS, f a hi a ?eeP rebels unprisoned in the or- B'iiroad.arjrpssjthis.base ito while one ffiinrrtori J.Dto they had so ttinexpeeteaiy SIS! rorgs ,ot jtne .road, let the third nmac. vend t.hp pleasure to, inform 3 fluted to form; retjtjes n-ytLt thoyhave tbl M Carte, alt Uutls I at taooy and popnlar sard, and colored i.ictnros, his GaUory oa 'd, Nov. IS, 'So-tf. F. M. SPENCER. I apll 96 1S4T Cbaintitat., AND F: i B. goi i Would inform the'ottuens of yi- thit he has fitted up .a -doairable over John B. Bowen'ij storvNollr JTJn- ion Block, where be ti prepared'to execute all m his profession.- with a promptness and that will enable him to offer aoperior induce- to those reonirtag denfal operations. All "wk warranted, and at reawialrfe rajes. Please ail and eiamine speoiment. MarcB 21, !D9T "JlE'OE'l'v; j held. daUy IjioKed Ayfth tllC ISSJ 1 us to Imiil .jorcements from TTnnfc-oi- sir nently located in Wellsboro; (Offlce at near the Land Office and -Epfseopal' whjjte ha will continaeift do alljlirds of 'nil in the management of cases peculiar to the He will furnisb TEETIT-1 set on any material desired: FILLING 4 EXTRACKWS TEETH, "tended to on shortest notice, and done jn the beat snS mpst approved style'. ,'J IB, use' of 'Anfflstheftcs pwlongedUd leadening ffi. ilSSh >v -011 rumbled iar away in many an ech 'ri >v any an ectt r ne. carrying a itrfnri of death pverthe bank SS Ibod; gAlog Sssfel .apsjif ii-IJ A> ,S through i ----n MUsOJT" oPthe woods t- j 3 -iHM.rt 4 ;j jSladi renng unde this open, W-rerwh firijiTrfeTirirfii i-ia T-, j iyai; abyssmal Our Se eans ?UElilie of battle Bummed on tie night !md n01 long, tor p to StliridaroV printt I- tHHj Pul: while .t-jwiy !Tni4- -f> -aur means of vefe w8aft9wiS w K v v ith while that on tie left crep% alo the
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