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   Wellsboro Tioga County Agitator (Newspaper) - October 10, 1866, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               8 tno. 12.00 20.00 thereafter. Xinutratore and Executors Notices fach. :'Jjjaess Cards of BTB lines CO., DRUQQIST3, and dealers in if ill Paper. Kerosene Lamps, Window Glass "7 I Proprietoril hare o assortment of modern J JOB AND CAKD AND PAST PRESSED and prepared to execute neatly, pttwiptfy 8, BHi-' work done promptly, and sent back in ntoni O. liHOLESALE r. y, Pamta and Oils, 4o., 4e. GENT for the tycoming Ooanly Pal" tk Juno orning. Jan. 1, 1866.-ly.' NICBDS.8 JOBS I. MltCHItU mXTCHXiLX., Opp.JtSILOBS AI LAW, jSco formerly oooapled By James Low toy, Esq.   to Tflur wife tnir 'do thai-belt -J love tii miifce the bifonit rise, iLetier lar than.yeast, ;L o.innUeT if eoch.dny j'OU-don't inK tnrkey io tohle; 'V i 'Twill hetter rellsb-Ay .W hen yon are beuer Pnr nllyon Jftlin-1- Mnlie.r (lint very s If "Vim'w-nnld'biive.your-ttfe tttB fimodtb, been lived by wtch a little are, I shouldn't Be Jasl, as I am.-- to oth- ers what we "want he Hrfoilned Simeon. "Sjon know thegood book says so. I have .entiled'by expe- that if we kind words we hear Kind echoes. If we "try tt> make others happy, it fills them wittx wish _____marshy ground with a heavy to make us happy. Perhaps yod and I fast occasioned by can axing the nelghtprhood round In longjIcontluued'rMn. The poor men time., Who knows? JLet us try, Mr. (Were'un'abief-td'extricate themselves Black; let us try. Bnt come and jee and to'ask assistance" my orchard. I want W show you a tree from his waspish neighbor, who was I have grafted with very choice apples. working at a short distance. Reuben If you like. I will procure you ,vi BaiMuwcivui do ons from the same stock." 'bus that knows Mm jtaey igannpti to attend to -nay own auslness." The They went Into the orchard together, civjl rec uesft that be allowed and a friendly chat soon put s his ease. When he -retained home he -that he never, was engaged _n a lawsuit ments, being answered in the same sur- made no remarks about his visit, for ha .-in hislife: butthey, preoMcted that be ly tone, Simeon silently walked off, in could not, as yet, summon sufficient ;wouldfliMl It imposiible toayoldltupw. search of some more obliging neighbor, greatness of soul to tell his wife that he They told him neighbor was The who Were Waiting with the bad himself wrong. A. gun determined to quarrel with jeoplewbe- jatlent, suffering oxen, scolded about stood behind the door in to -tber they jteubett's 01-hature, and said that they shoot Mr. Greea's 'like-ITohn "liilbornev hoped he would get stuck In the same at bis horse.1 He fired the conteftts Into Jen tins hfe himself. Their the air, and put the gun away in the) itied of every person "'bliit H mselfKLil- r  popular hotel been lately rsnovated aoJ 1 no parna wlU be to rendar Its to patroni. W.lUboro, B, ISM. J. HERVEY iTTORSET AND COCSSELOB. AT LAW, No. 11 Law Paul it, Baltimore. Gale, Attoroey at Law, E l-afi Itrael, Att'y at Law, Rev. J. McK. D. D., Rev. Henry SHccr, Con- Seid, Dro. Co., F. lirure a Co., Ludwlg-f iioShorry, John F. MoJilton, Esq.. Pvobert Law- Deiaine3j ton. Esq., 8. {.Mr. Ewisc ia authorized to transact any busiuesi aiipertaiti- IBJ to this ]jnpsr in Bsltimore.] Jin. 1. !_______ DBiCiiv, M. D', law of 2J Pa. CavUry, after nearly of Arm; Krrlce, tFkh a large iriGSftoln field aiid practice, has opened an 9 for tbe practice of medt.-lne and inrgery, Iu all brancbof. Fsraonfe from a distance cou 'fiad flood WftrJinp at Ilotbl when Till any of the State in ooDinttaJlon, or to iErgicul Uo 4, Union [Block, up Va Ma J S, 1866 PICTCRE FRAMK SPENCER the pleasure infWm the ttitlaens of Ttoga t.jaij tu it has domploted his JJB-V PHOT08HAP11 GALLEKY, >cd ;j aa hand to take all kinds of Sun 1'luiurea, as Aoibrotypes, Ferrotypes, Vignettes, Cartes ..Tis.te, the Surprise'and Eureka Pictures; also ftlienrtoc paid to copying and anlarg- Pictures. Instructions glren in .tbe Art on ramble utmi. Klmira St., Oct. 1, IM.__________.__________' B. EAITMAN, gORGTICAL AND ME- CHASIOAL TTTE HAVE. J0ST EBCElTBD- A: JTEW and well solei-tod stoct; of goode, whioh we are Belling rerj- i LOW F CASH OS was or dark, I don't ask your Reuben, emphatically. "V'" verr earitierrts ?'I wouldn't help you out of the bos? tin- W4in Ign.ors.rit Joy Qt jiis h6ftrt, .two inches 'other day when vo.u aslteu IB the .nelatiboi whai-fiihe re- th'e fiontterf line f "The trouMe 1 had in relieving uiy Good rard vide sheeting for Hoavj yard wide shB i. (tarfe i jRoias AifD AND OILS, I 25' 25" Standard prints OTHER GOODS -IN PROPORTION. THADDEDS DAVIDS' INKS, CONOEN- 'TRATED MEDICINES, CIN- CINNATI AND BRANDY, WHITE- line f -Tbe trouhle had in relieving my the Simeon, 4ttuV ho poor oxen tcacbes me to others in the au- dren.liked.tfie swered Simeon. "Don't waste. orw.l8e.it JJO gwalma ler.'. .'hatl .about it, neighbor. It is Un possible for you here In Individual hair might-wot annoy The team was soon'draw.n out, and e hla men went away without te tilidu tildu frnve'- Reuben went home that night, After smok-ing awhile In de8p contem- ked the ashes of, fi-orn his pipe, and said, with a aigh- way. ofriu- -r is wife look ot We aljo of iatid a ehoiw i QROCERIBS, FLOUR, POKE, At Very low KEROSENE LAMPS, PATENT MEDI C1NES, PETROLEUM OJL, ROCHESTER JKBB- FDMERY iugastl, 18SO J.H.SHAW. W. D. MATTESOS, ComtnUUe on Would inform'As) citizens of WcDsboro and vi- that tie hat np ia sniie of over John H, Bowtn's store, No. 1, Cn- Blotk, where ll prepared to execute nil In bis profession, with a-protnplne-'a and li'inbat will enable htm to offer superior indnce- stuu to tbuse requiring operations. All irk warranted, and at reasonable rates. Please :ill and examine specimens. Wsllpboro. March 21, 1 DAB.TT, hereby given, thnt Rob- J.A ert Custard, Senior, has been placed In -harge of tract Noi 1680, and those parts of tract No. in the of Babb'sareek, belong- 'l.ng to -the heirs of Luke W, Morris and oil per- sons are forbid treapaaring tterMnj nnder penalty rosecution. Sold at Wholesale Prioes. Buyers are reqneeU- tu call and get qootations be: j s _______________ from his pipe, and said, moved tovrani- hei- Kemble's i." do you mean said 1 EenMyl- eeinAy-ttnd perserKeraiiiie kiiitling with n vahia rtage horses was u a Iteuben'a poor old jilshidiB "i'a- kind, "You know when he first came into Ambled an old hair whipping atfcl such a atoie" cauId quick 'ing could cl tof head lit- bOKsAinore.abuucl-! two yoke of oxen tS'draw it out. I felt Even the trees hue sort6f brive-Mm lend me a r handfSO I told him Hdidu't want any ol i apswered just as plea- j .iipthing bad happen eti. tlmt 3 cpniing ofijiand he was not liltigto leat'eme there iu the mud." It was-Very good replied relipf Peggy, "Se, isApleasan.t-spoken man, thing around pretty word to say to elilld ftfshed the boys. His wife seems iiintb -neighborly 8t.arld ,'perlmerit; :failed 'also., i Iber bjoSi wftg s BeUben- made at Joe Smith did not Relieve In snchdbe- trinee. he heard .of the turesih the marsh.'be said: 'l Sim Green's a fool; When flnrt came here, he talked very big shout killing folks If they mind their P's and -Q's. But hB don't appear to have as much spirit as a worm; for a worm will turn when It's trod upon." Poor Joe had grown more Intempe- rate and more quarrelsome., till at last nobody would employ him. About a year after the memorable incident of the watermelon, some one stole several val- uable hjdes from Mr. Green; He uofmention. the circumsikncs to any one but his wife; and 'they feoth 'hid reasons for suspecting that Jos was tae thief. The next week the following anonymous advertisement appeared In the newspaper of the county r "Whoever stole a lot of hides on Fri- day niight, the oth of toe.present; month, is hereby informed that tbfe owtowrhas a sincere wish to be hla friend. lf-Eiov- erty tempted him to this false owner will keep tbe wbole transactiqn a secret, and will gladly put him In tfta, Avay of obtaining money by means mof-e likely to bring him peace of mind." This singular advertisement of course excited a good deal of remark. There was .much debate whether or uot tie thief would avail himself of the ly offer. Some said he would be a green- horn it' be did; for It was manifestly la U-ftp to catch him. But ie who bad committed the dishonest'1 deed alonex knew where the benevolent offer came'' from and he knew that Simeon Green waa not a man to set traps for his fellow creatures. A few nights afterward a timid knock WHS heard at Simeon's door, Just as the family was retiring to rest. When tbe Joe Smith was seen ;A and he has done door Ll pereons baviog knowloJge of facts be a nice, his icate. ft answer bu- after fi vf'ji i _ Peg, [Smith. Wait a moment, till 2 can light a ianteru, and I will go to tae barn with hp replied. Then yon.will come in and tell me how it happened. We will see what can betdoue for you." .Mrs. Green knew that Joe often went hungry, aud had'been accustomed to the stimulus of rum. She therefore hastened make hot coffee, and bro't from the closet some cold meat anc pie. When they returned from the barn she said, I thought you might feelthe better for a little warm, supper, Mr. QAVE >J on 1% of BLU8TOH SlA Market July 4, 188S.-6m. AS D CALL, or TEN AX f big ripe melt ''the bottom of .the liatuipe vexed well carlry Sfbver there In the morn i ng.'' His wife said she would, without ask- to explain.where there'7 I'siiccesslon' Hard .Bobber Truss' z compound Interest. to i forbearance. -to lay to the public that he is perina- twntly located In Wellsboro, (Office at his near tbe Land Offlos and >tarcb; hewtll continue to do all kinds ot -s to care, guaranteeing complete where the skill of the Dentist can in tbe jnanjgement of cases pecnlltr to tbe He irill furnish ARTIFICIAL TEETH, wt on an? material desired. "TLUKQ EXTRACTING TEETH, I to on notice, and 8one in the most EXTRACTED WITHQtST PAIN JT tie tie ass of AnJesthetioa which are per- barmleBs. and will be udmioistered "Inn desired. JfiiUooto, Jan. 1, 1355-ly. SO1.IMEKS. '.ff "TM. B. SMITH, Conntjr'j ft.. fC, S. licensed Agent, (infl Attorney "r loldiefi and their friends ihroiSgbetit all the 1 will promeute and collect with IUCC05S, SOLDIERS' CLAIMS ASD D'tES kinds. Also, any othor kind of claim 'Pran the GoTerntntnt before any of'the) in Tfrms moderate, -All amnnientions sera to the above will re- ttiT' prornpr atteotWn. Jan. CJII TED STATES MOTBsU Main Street, Wellsboro, Pa. Q. RlTtER, PiiorirtMoR. thU popolftr hotel property, .jconptsd by Mr. .Nelson Austin) I sbuli to make it tmlj tbe traveler's attention will given to the table, the comfort of gaests will be a prims.object. will bo under the oare of ore: will never rial, break, limber, chafe, or be- come filthy, (the fine steel spring being coated with hard spring made any power r-e- oo strapping; cleanest, Iruss known! Send for pamphlet. i. B. "SEELEY, up'li iia 1S4T Cheinjat Phlla'a, Pa, i- not But when the morning came, Reuben tj and fertb and Qnce there njji'dd, -with a -sort -of I activity i nm. .toilt. ofteiifeanrfested by hens, nad by called him a swindler and r disliked Simeoa. Green, than ionable Idlers, who feel restless, and don't know whattorunaftsi-. At length, tf Beubeh' 5 because he trjade him. feet so'unteomfor- the. cause of -has. uncertain movements in 'by; his saymg, in the. i'guwssX may as Well carry the mel- and thank him lor his oxen. my hurry down there in tbe marsh, think to say I was obliged to bis back toward and did not speak. He leaned his bead a- gainst the chimney, after being sl- inoment he said, Choked voice, It was the first time I ever stole any thing, and I have felt very bad'abbot It. I don't kao.w hove. It is. I didn't think I should ever come to what I But I took to and'then Elastic and Lock-Stitch Sewing Ma- WhMe OJB alway, k f ot ne. Joe''we'fft home arid b6xed ears, tfnd 4 to drinking. Since I bsfeaii to go down hill, everj'body gtves trfea-kicfc :Toa are the first man that has offered me a helping hand. My wife Is feeble, and. my childrenyare starving. Yoa have sent them manya meal, God bless you! aud yet I stole the hides yon; atti- meaning to sell them the. first chance I could get. But I tell you air. Green, It is the first-time Taeserved the wi jons: name of thief. iWdert on the; readmit marched -off toward the garden, "Let it he the last, my said ENERAL AffKNCT.28 Lake street, Elmjfa Local agents supplied at factory prices, and oev.--agcDt3 watted for unoccupied districts. Also, a large, stock uf machine finding. For Manufactured uncer their own aupervieion. hing gopdt, Aito ter son.. WShereupan b pBt.his.mape. It wasJfooJ fortnight af- j Ing 'by Re by often 'aai if knew .ir siTppibsed -GtfeBfljCovered hislyjuse wltttjssfes In their merchant tailoring trtabllshment they fltiy n; having tbe beat tailors of Sew York general Agent of Juoe 13, 1866-tf S' B. Sewing Machines, 23 Lake St., filmiia, N T. _ ,.......1 tbe only prepar.iti-n of fieJkfnd'uiRde frorp I tbe fruit. As an article of economy, purity, and 'JeUciousDeM.itcaumWbesurpassed, and isrecom- [isl a J flung andkis wlfefstood at.the door, with one gim eon, pressing kindly; "the on .herbip, and., the.' other shading secret shall remain betweefa ourselves. e- thesuii frpm bet; eyes, to' see 5f be re- you are young, and can make up for aHy" would cSrry tfaemeloninto Simeon ipst time. Come, now, give meaprom- Green's bouse. It was.tlie most remar- ise that you not drink one drop of katolep-iatd.tienfe.ttefe.had happened-since intoxicating liqwor! for a year, and! wLl SmttJb ;TbUi tdal'Worrimeitt and loss. lovi ibe could hardly Ve" employ you to-mprrpw-at isT He walked quick, will go to see yotir -1 trot be able to car- the morning, and perhaps we lleve her He R atrzkld Ife-should tfo ry the action if he S0me employment ror them also. The Its, or him in When little boy can atle.ftstpick up s smilei--fee hprse lie Mr. Greeu's house, Rut eat a, bit n6w and drink its condensed renders It especially ientfot traielers. All who use lemons are qne'rted to give 'ft a trial. Entertainments- at home, .parries, and picnics slroald not be without it. For sale by.alt first-class Orooers. ManufaetpreH only oy LO0I8 F. NIET2QBR, Jsn. 1, 1388-iy. So. J48 Pearl St., N.T. .Inducemeiitsto. the to? a better5-, Bight chase borne Wa hearted irved'than hark at them throttgh the bars, of when' Ut ,y um, T w advantage or tne dy the public with a sple Stock 'A-sou: ____ J? Broadway, noar Fourth street, N. vT Wholesale and retail at reduced rates. Pipes ondHoTsfWCtittii ordernnd repaired. All goods warranted tenaine. Seod ttamp NEW. SPRING DRY LATJES1 f Jan. 1, 1866-1y. J Shaving- and Haix-Drcwing- Saloon. vf WslUWro and vicinity that they "uit Mr. i. e. ih.ilhtip, Inte berbfrnnft---- >r WoU'koio. nKTc fiitnV cMl'ind C. L. etoro. 'I'aTT m hflni? fa watt on their cuatbatira: Mil) n-> pains 10 they nope to "cainr vald to brdsjus, pntT-i, colls J. ouisltton to assist In use and vorrimeiit ;-Joej9 teropey- more and the the calf jttfnone awkward and hasten- colgfee. it will keep you froiri wanttDf- it-' of had ed to'say to drink anything stronger BlaCkiJ'Eveni the dog "Mrs, Green; here is-arbelon my wife i You will dnd it hard to abstain at first, tough he: _sent youy and wetteckon it'saripepne.'1 jbseph but keep up a brave heart, for t.Without .manifesting .any surprise at the sake jaf your witfe and children, and sttcbAnexpected-cPurtegyy the.friendly n wjl! soion" become easy. When you .thanked and invited him feel tbo ieed of coffee, tell my Mary, -to Biit'ne stodd playing with and she always give it to ypa." ,tfie latcfi offbedbor, and' without j0e tried to eat ana drlnfe, %ut the iletly that Ing MB eyes said: foo'd seemed to chbkfe him.' was ..-HMay be atu't in this mor-; nervous and excited. After an Ineffec- irtnf (ual effort to com pose ihimself, belaid He is at theoittttipj will be in his the- wept a and before her. child. M, "spyket. thse-, honest man as fresh and m j letf-5! mUrning. JiuSIeppeil i Eeubeu, "shook his hand cor-' _ htnilf MB eyes occasionally-'made ad- on'the vances toward a friendly retotiea., SUn- wes' old eon'a wife sent Mrs. Blacks large bas- thfe IN THE BEST t. with despatch.at GOLD received on deposite, .for r w cntes will he i'ssnert. E. W. CLARK'S mga take a 'V. 1- 1 can't replied oTaPPeriUrI j his IktlftlaBter -aad ihjaf '-i-'i" J latast pftteuf.Yor that's the upsliut uf, the piiBiiieBS. You very i After a: while Simeon persuaded him to bathe his head in coldT water, and ate an.d drank with B good Wlien he went aVay; the kintf-hiearted. host said: Try todo welj, Joseph, andyoushaU always find a friend in me." The poor fellow pressed his band and ______ replied "I understand now how you He kn bad ngielibcirs." his head, looked ont of the .window, ge entered 
                            

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