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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

| j ADDRESS OF 8ENAT0E YAT23 Bqfore^the Congressional Temperance ABSQcUjtionJt Ladies and G-ENixEMEN—It was not my Intention to address you at all, until this' afterrtobn, and I feel tho need 01 more preparation before speaking to so largean audience a^ thl1 }. The reason why I did not propose ;to -address tbb assembly was because having bo recently associated myself with the dongricaion.tl Temperance Association, I did not like to make a parade-of myoelf before the public . >Men sometimesblgn pledges, and-they break them; but, Mr, President, Ihave signed forgood. andjr have made a covenant with God that l will I ketp mine. -But I thought it were better to prve first that i was well cathbt lished In tny position before I atternjjteri to espress' 3eutittients on this question" - in that earnest and" enthusiastic manner in wtiich" I always ,address my fe«- lo-w-citirens in behalf tjf any c.iu=-c wbi^ih has the convicjlon of rii y ju-Jgracnt and tho approval of my hear. !. * •...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

A Haunt^a H ouse Chicago Chicago will always havoits "excitement, " and Ita journals rejoice over the same. The latest is a haunted house, oi which wo copy from the Fosf as follows :. ' " The scene of the singular and startling manifestations is in a respectable locality, being on tho fourtfc floor of the large brick block, oSTo. 128 West Randolph street. The rooms, three In numberare occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Bkeels, who have lived in Chicago two years, buj. havo occupied those rooms only 'about four weeks. Mr. Skeels is at present out,«f the city. Mr. J. L. Buahnellwho ia a halt-brother to Mrs. Sbeels, boards in tho family,-and io employed in Marple 'a mills00 Carrol street. There is also another adult person in the' family—a Mrs. Fiuley, who is acting as a nurse. Sire' baa an infant child with her, as hits also Mrs. Skeels. " The Ilrstof tllese manifestations .occurred on Tuesday evening, afeout 7 o'- cloek.. ' At that time Mrs. Bushnell and Mrs. Skeels were sitting quietl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

A GE0ST8T0B? . Some fifteen yeaira agoa lady of my acquaintance rented from an agent, for the summer jnonttyb on very easy ternm a large country house in tho mountains of Virginia: Thither she repkired with hejfl'ftraily : 4nd a party of friends; and, after tajilag'possessionledrued trie, sebret ot the Vei'y . 'f moderate terma "of thefigent. ' Tavo ypara previousan old mftA had b' ^en found dead in the attic, under .circumstances which justified suspicion of foul play. Tho house was of course said to be haunted; and when Its o\$ner ieff tlio {country, and, offered it for sale or rent,; ii ' o ' ofie would lake if, until Mrs. ,.attracted by the pleas¬ ant situation and thp low rent, engaged I itfof the surauierj. The lady, a sensible, Strong mindec woman, treated this story with conteni ?t, yet was careful^if ita coming to tho cars of tho other inmates. - > TUe, party-had not beeii a week in the housewhen a gentleman complained a^, breakfaat ^ that he had passed a sle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

lltign'IImw. AtDewltzin the neighborhood oi Prague, there once lived a -rich and ¦whimsical old farmer who had n beautiful daughter. The students of Prague, of ^Yhoni there were at the tiinetwentytiye thousand, often walked In 'the dl* reetiou o£,De\vit2, nnd irtQjEe^hau one 9f.theni.oJIeied.tQ:foUow tho..plougU-iu Slopes of becoming the'son-in-law of the furmer. The first condition that the cunning peasant set on each new servant was this: "Iengageyou,"hewould inai 13 jsay, -:ioj a.year, , un- me ouckoo sings.the return of spring; but 31,^1:0111 nbw till then, you say. once that you are not satisfled, I will cut off thf> end o! your nose. I glvjs you'the satne right over me " he added,,laughing.-: And he did as he said. P/ague was fuli, ,of „ studeilts with the end of their nosey glued on, which djd not prevent an ugly scar, and still 1 less, toad jokes. To return from the farm disfigured and to"be ridiculed was well calculated to cool the warmest passionB. . jp^ A...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

SPECIAL NOTICE !> ¦J :9sif-:-}\\> -Sj - v "ir - , '- " ' •-- ' . ; -- ; - -.•-• - REftl^?^i5SspL0THlN6 FOU^'ME MUI/TITuIdK. 6 ,** j over -cdiTsi frtfEft -fctos i .vTi^&^'Yv./'yir/ ; ¦ »; ~" IIEAYY BU.SINESS'SUITS, FINE BL'K SfITS, DltESS SUITS OF ALL ' , 3 FURNISHING GOOflS'.Il^GIlEAT VARIETY. . . Is fully steofcjdoyitU tho o . bolaost a;id;n<!*vo!t atylos of GfvKiueD/s, equal iu ' atylu, workmanship Jiul iiitttpci^l t^th« liqst custom.worU, both for ¦ BEAUTY OF FIT,, QUALITY & ECON-- .V- ' ' ¦ OMYIN-PiUtB < ._ . ebull be unsurpassed. • •¦ : -\ ' ' J. ' - ¦ ¦ ¦ -6s ¦ ¦ NEW '^ STYLES , CONTINUALLY ' RE-,_ ...U..... _.CEltm, > ~ 1 All Good? will b(! sold at the ¦ ' , -'- LOWEST CASH PRICES. " : ¦ : . , N. ASSIEJRY under tbe Agitato* Printing OlBco, neit cfoowtp Roy's' Dru#,Qtoro. ' -- ¦ ' / 'WeUsboro, Sept. 2ti, 186*): " ' I. . • • : ¦ ' . • Patented May 29, 1806. TF1I.S ivua article for wu&hing without nibbing, ex* ¦ cO...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

fiR ' OWIlSS.&i'ROVlSIilKS, TEAS UT ALL KINDS. COKl'EE, SU a,vi{, iroLASSEK. .^viiupy, s-al-i : . ' spices, iihied fkl it, i'k;.- -. ca ' x.neh ful'its . pkl*ne&, ' . ' ENGLISH' OURRAN'i ^ , ¦ •' ltMSlNS, -CITRON 1 , p ' OHEAM TAIITAK. ' yo " DA. j-ojm; flow:, mackerelwhite fish. c<>i:n meal, buck ' « ' wheat vlovu. " r . ) ^ K l^x) hardw vui-\ NAILS, AXE>S, "TABLE AXH PUrCIsE:i CUTLEItY, SHOVELS, bl'ADBS.* 11OKS, l'OKKS,_ ¦* . '"¦' ' i ~ "' > Crockery, Jan, Jugs, Lumps tutd. Cliimnei/£, Lanterns, Wooden-Ware of nil kinds, # " '" ' . ' f Bedcordst Rope, J}ruo>ji3, Bnishes (\ f all s* Kinds ; Flug <£• Fine Cut 'Jubacco, • Seyars ; also a larye variety of ,Fancy Smoking Tobacco. In regaru to the saio of- tWo goods -I huva if word tp bay, in ttrict confidonce, ol eour.-c. Tliet0 goods were purclfuted for cash und will hv sold for cqsU tit priuoe wbiuli will inako it iin ohj«ct for housekeepers to purchaKo. I menn to &l...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

Claim Agency,--HENKY. SUEFAWO . OD £ J.,- HARRISON Atty'f, will cillcot BorSTlis; .)»ES8loS8, j and nllolbcr claims/against the GoVettimeut. j Und6r the provisions of lata ttgts of CongresB i $l<Mr Sktra Bounty, ; willli'e paid to overy Ibrceycars' tiinn who served ! oiit his lulMimM, or was wounded in service, or ' ¦ was discharged, by reason of the tertalnatton of tho i war, and to tho widowa" , ' minor children or pii' rents of tlire.e yoaryiiieii, < if;-. ! $50 Extra Bounty . ! will h" . paid to nil two years',men aud tjieir heirs i uuder like eireutiistauoes, nnd to tlireo yonis' men ) who aerved two yejira of thoir enliatment. ' In in) caso will any^iitra bounty bo paid when mofo than S100 hus'betti proviously ]iaid. | No claim Will bo entertained unless presented under Rules and Kugi'Lationh 'issued lly tlio War Department fciopt. 22, I80C. The Department will receive claims from--Oct. ' 1, 1806 , until April 1, ISO?.- ; In case of efinins by iparenU crnder ...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

FA ' M^nnOOK ,C0].\L.—Tho utidcrsi K iinil, luivip? uialie nrrunjiomeiiU to furnish Coal bjtho TON m ' CAlV LOAD, convseov fiim .solicitstlio patrnniiBi- ol'. ' llifl juibJic. ' . -•f ^ ' ^ jVLSO—h.i.-s a»n^t.ini1y tin li.md, n Inrjjo sfucl: ^rOAKRIAOB I3OI.TS-, Ac. n ' t whole-ale and rrlsil. ,JWiT Rr/ACKSMITJ11N<3 of nil kinds d<tn« in tlio host mnnncr. 8. M. UKBK, Tio-0, !><¦«. 1, IKdfi-tf. S01U? THROAT AND.QUINSY ARID CUU * . od with oa-?(> nnd eertninty by oiio or two ap. Ldicntions of SALUTIFlil: on ' lho nuNs' idc. Scil.l ..t . ¦ > HOY'S.-. THE larpo?t hv-Sortinont »,f Wfttnbcs, Clcc-kU, Jewelry nnd Platcd-Wnro in Tinjso, county at • [itrdocCfi] FOT.EY'6.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

The Taxes of Farmers The.foltowing is very-important t> farmers, and the decisions ha,verecently been given by the Commlsion^f .of Internal -Revenue at Washington: 1st. ,*Farniera wil^ not ba required o ' make return'of produce consumed in ' . the}r ' ownMinnaeaialje families. - 2d. The farmer 's.profit3 fromthesafe of Ifve stock are to lie found by deduc t-• ing from the gross receipts for animt Is gold, the purchase money paid lor 110 ' s . ame. If apinaals hkve been lost durb lg i, the year b^dedth or'robberytb.e pi.r- chase money paid for such animalsm \y be deducted from .t'ne^ gross income of the farm. -. -- . • ¦ : • . , ' • od. . i^Nq deduction " can be made, by the . fanner for the valufli ofs'ei-yicesreude] ed .by Ills minor children, whether he. ictually pays for such services or not. If his, adult-children work for him snd .receive eomjieiisation ^ for their. lul iir, . thpy are to b^ regarded;as othe"r hired laborers in determiniriMis income. 4th. - Moneypa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

AW INVALUABLE REMEDY 5 , . > ' - FOB [£IE PURIFYING OP THE BLOOD . Dk. J. W- POLAND'S HUM< >I1 DOCTOR^ A Positive licmeily for till Kinds of l£umots, particularly ¦ EaysiFtLAt!,. Nettle IUsij, Saj,t» K»si:j, , i $CRCF.t'J.A, CaRBCXCLES, Boil. 1) , • ' ¦« AND PlLBS. ' \, It is vcrj; -pratit ' yirig to say of this, <t c4 any other medicine, " It is-the very bc«t 7«meJy knotvn." It Is not'nlways so easy in provo ii. It is, hoBovcr, exceedingly j;ra ''fy'ng u> tl« Proprietor of this modiciDu,'tbdt, while bo " ii clare: to the public that this ia a most wonderful and effective specific for Humors, as stated aburc. ho has abundant proof i*t ha^J to so«tain bi* 8tatetn»nt. . ' ".__ " ; For sixteen jours tbo Uumnr Doctor bm teen manufactured nnd sold, and t«rv jcar ha< In creased tho valuo of its rcputntiun, - nnd the amount of its.sate?. In New Hampshire, where, it originated, no remedy for humors is fo In^uf • prized. An eminent physician (now o...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

THE AFEIOAN PIVOT In common with,hundredsof our antl-slayery cotemporaries, we have borne the variouls terms of reproae . h Invented by pro-slavery politicians—feuch as 'abolitionist, ' ' amalgaumtionist',' 'liiggerworshiper,' ' nigger-lover,' 'miscegenationist,' 'fanatic; ' etc., ete.-^-sinco that memorableryear, 1854, Slost people in this region know that jwe. have Hever turned aside to repel these/wordy and meaningless personal attack's-; nor.has one, nor have all'of these intended disturbers of our serenitv ever aroused ev¬ en the mildest form of anger or indignation in.our -heart. We entered the field asniflist slavery with a promise to iflgnt jt so long asAve could wield a'pen, or articulate a word. But wo frankly confess that, while ween tered upon the contest at majority, no expectation of the abolition of slavery in our lifetime ever cheered lbs. We put that event-in theTniddle of 20th . / cne^miuaie or tiie zuca ceutury. / But human " foresight is often humiliate...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

CONGRESS March, 22.—In the Senate a concurrent resolutioncalling . for the spteetfy trial tit Jeft'. Davis or for his release upon his ownrecogni2ance, was o ' fFered'by Senator Wilson. - t , : The Southern Relief bill came to the Senate amended by the House, and was cori^rred in by a vote of 29 to 9, The Southern Relief bill was taken up and passed by the-'House. It directs the SecVetary/of War tt> issue "rations to all classes of destitute Reople in those portions of the SiJtfth where the crops 1'aile.d last year. (jPhe, vote stood 91' to 31, many Johnson members voting fO | r it, and the ultra Radicals voting no. ' March 23.—An act to regulate the elective franchisei ill the United States was .introduced in the Senate. . The act is in pursuance of the amendment to the Constitution defining citizjenship, and prohibits the denial of the elcative franchise to any.male citizen on account of race . or color. The veto of. the supplementary Reconstruction bill was* receiv...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

HARRAH'S NATIONAL GATE [Patented September 20th, IS64.1 ' ITS CLAIMS ARE:' 1. Tho most common worknian or a farmer can build It. 2. It is made of all sizesand is perfectly adaptod to all Gate purposes; whetner for cattleyard, farm, door-yard or garden. 8. It requiros no hinges, and cannot be blown open nor shut. 4. It does not swag tho post, and tbo Gate itself oannot sag. , ' . 5. Broaehy stook cannot open it. 0. It oannot be driVon against when open. 7. It Is not obstructed by either rain, sleet or anow. 8. Being built without mortise or tenon, it costs but little more than a pair of good bars. 0. It is stronger than any other gate built of an equal amount of lumber, and its strength is equal upon both sides. 10. It is tho cheapest, neatest, nnd most convi«ni«nt rind durable Gnta In uno. During the fall of 1865, the National Gato has received the bi fchost award at SEVEN STATE and somo SEVENTY COUNTY FAIRSand in competition with othor Gated, it has taken the FIRST PREMIUM In...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

New Spring Goods just received at' C. B. KELLEY'S. April I, 18fl7. . • ' NOT ICE?—The School Directors of Charleston wilfmect at the Young School Hoaso, on Saturday, the 20th day of AprilR'next, at one o'clock P, ii., to engage toaohors'forthe Summor Term of Comm >n SchoolB. AIbo contracts let for furnishing wood to the eeveral School Hou^kb in ch<? district. . By order of tha Board, qhark-eton, April 3, 1867-3t» MUSIC ! 1 " MUSIC—The Tioga Cornet Band is now in.good blowing order and prepared tu lurnieh good Muaio on all occasions for a reivsontiblo coiapi-n«ation. - , ' All communications should bo addressed to tho Leader and Secretary nt Tiogo, Pa. , F. H. ^ADAM9, Leader. »T. A. WICKHAM, Beo'y. April 3, 1867-6m. like hot cakes at O. B. JELLY'S. April 1, 1867. » FO R SALE.—I will ae\] for cashor approved oredit, at privato-eale on my farm, Wolleboro, the following property: Two Lumber 'Wagons, 2 sott Double Harness, 4 horses, a Stnllion, and a Dovon' bnll calf, t h...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

Grocery and Provision Store, : , CORNING, N. T. WHOLESALE ANp RfiTAIL DEALER inallkinuiof ¦ ¦ . . ' GROCERIES PROVISIONS; WINE9, LIQUORS, & CIGAHS, FOREIGN 4 DOMESTIC, GREEN & DRIED FRUITS, .1 ' ' ¦ " ¦ Banned fruits anjd 1 . ¦ VEGETABLES, e VOCD & WILLOW WARE, GLASS & CROCKERY WARE, „ OklLDREN'S CARRIAGES, CABS 4 PERAMBULATORS, TOYS, &c., &c. A lull and complete"aeiortmont of the above mentioned goods of the best quality alwaya on hand. PaMlcnlar attention paid to Fine Groceries Dealers and Consumers will nnd it 'to their in terest to examine bis Stock before buying. Corning, N.T., March 27, J867.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

: WELLSBOBO, PENH'A,. v - _ ¦ , - : - ' & 1 , WEDNESDAY, APR. 8, 1867. OIKOULATI^lr 1,7 OO. j ; ¦ - ; • Gen. Phil.j ^heri^aii, who comniainAs the department'of Louisiana underlie new Reconstittction Law, has swept the. rebel Maj;or Monroe and his riiffily police out of official existence. The newpolic 'e will be appointed without distinction of color. ' . North Carolina, and-Tennessee are "holding-§tate Conventions to which the colored people are invited to ' send delegates, by: both parties. We regret that the report of a Mass meeting held at Columbia; S. C, mention of which we made in this'-eolum-n t\vc( weeks ago, was Inuch exaggerated. Such a meeting was held, buwfie attendance was not as reported. *t seems to {lave been one.of those pious frauds to Which-our southern brethren are addicted. Mr! Wade Hampton <MA make a a speech, however, and a" colored orator was exhibited on the'same platform. B\it the colored' orator does not seem to have represented the f...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 3 April 1867

\SOMETH1NG NEW. EiECOMING convinced that the wants of the > l people-of, this and adjoining counties warrant me in >o doing, I nave constructed at muoh oxpJinse, two finely arranged Hot Houses for propagating drape Vinei, Flowers, and all kinds of Qroon Honse Plants. I devote my wholo time to the business and now offer for sale the following jv arletles: Gbxpe Vikbk—IonaAlien's Hybrid, Israolla, DelawareHartford Prolific, and all of tho better known varieties, which I offer at prices that defy competition. KoaES—Geant das Battaillos, Gen. Jaoquimt. not] Qsn. Washington, La RelneVictor Verdior, HermoraSouvenir de'Molmaison, and many other monthlies. Also M013 and Climbing Roses. Among the Miscellaneous Plants will be found Heliotropes, Paniiej, Tuberoses," Cineraria, Caleeofaria, Carnations, SalviaaFuohias of all kinds, Veronioa, Myrtles, Geraniums of all varictie's, Verbenas of all colours. Tulips,, Q]Adiol«», Dahlias&.O.&.O., in'ondloas variety. vk...

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