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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

NEW DRY GOODS STORE TOLES & BACKER, ¦¦ ' >' ¦ ?¦ ' ¦ ' . (NO. I, UNION BLOCK.) WB " have juBt received onr new and yery largo «ioek of ( DRY GOODS, v ¦ , ¦ . 1 , such as SBtEEtlNGS, SHIRTINGS, PRINTS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERBS, VESTjINGS, READY MADE CLOr THING, HATS, % CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, . I also a large and well ielo< ted stock of CROCKERY, HARDWARE, WOODEN WARE. STONE WARE, KERO¬ SENE OIL, PAINTS & OILS, SUGARS, TEAS, COFFEES, SYRUPS, MOLASSES, ETC,. DTC, ETC Wo are able to offer our cuslomera the benefit of the 1 i ¦ • I ! LAST DECLINE OF PRICES in the New York Market, our 3took having been purchased slnoo the great deel no in Goods. T0LI!8 k BARKER. Wellsboro, July 3,1867.

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

Another Letter firom Qerieral Lone . atreot. The New Orlejaris Times having made some strictures on the recent letter of Gen. Iaongstreefc,!which we havejiublished, the General writes to the Times iujnstiflcatio^ipf'hid course. In this jet»r.he:says: -w ;;?; . : -\-:t . /dm well satisfied that order cannot be organized bxtt of confusion as long as the conflicting interests of two parties art (.0 be ^ubsermd, . The war was made upon Republican issues, and ii seems to me fair and just'- that 1 the settlement should be made accordingly, - . ,. ., - This conviction, together with 1 the views expressed \n my letter, a,nd ^$>ur invitation, in Marchitist, to expreasmy R Pinonfl-uppn, pplitics, are, my excuse for speaking and for making the conior ¦ iessionscnat x jnins ppe, uuu-oueririg my counsel to the people * . ~ ' If I understand the object of politics , it is to relievo the distress of the 1 people and to provide for their future comfort. $he course that I advise will ...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

A Rogue Caught.—A young man named Frederick Austin had an examination before Squire Avery, in Montrose, a few days ago, and was committed to jail to await his trial at Angust court for stealing. He appears to have been depredating quite .extensively. On the 3d of May last a bufialorobe was stolen from William Harvey, in Forest Lake; on the 10th of the same month, a buffalo robe was stolen from M. S. Baldwin, in Jessup; on the 26th the shop of Caleb Weeks, in - Montrose was broken into and a valuable harness stolen therefrom: and on the night of the 4th inst, the store of M. L. Ball, at Birchardville, in Forest Lake, was broken open and robbed of about $150 worth of goods. The prisoner is believed to have been guilty of all these offences. He was tracked by M. S. Baldwin, of Jessup, and N. P; Babcock, of Forest Lake, who followed him into Bradford county and overtook him near the "Stone-Jug Hotel," in Windham township. When arrested he was carrying the harness which Mr. Weeksiden...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

• Maximilian was shot on the 19th of June. He was related by blood Jwithi every monarch in Europe sav<i the French and Russian Emperors. jThe indignation of these august' relatives may be imagined, 'yet Maximiliati was an usurper and- haa .nuiy mot the fate-of an usurper. His blood is on the hands of the potentates who aided and abetted his usurpation. . As between Maximilian and any leading Mexican we incline to the former. Personally he appears to have been a chivalric and well-intentioned man. His mistake was in becoming the dupe of older and wiser heads. We have no doubt that Mexico would have found her wisest ruler in him, could her people have been induced to accept hinp. The Mexicans will never maintain 01 der under a Republican form of rule. No ignorant or bigoted people can ' govern themselves wisely. . And while we have no tears for Maximilian, we have no plaudits for the scoundrel nation whose chief ordered him to be shot.

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

The trial of John Hi Suratt drags its slow length along, developing some things- not suspected to exist, and reproducing ' much which came to light during the trial of the AssaB9ins ih 1865. A notable feature of the trial is the open sympathy manifested for the prisoner by the rebels of Washington.— The counsel for the . defence—Messrs. Bradley & Merrick—have all along exhibited the old plantation spirit in their treatment of both counsel and witnesses for the prosecution. Bradley is a third rate lawyer and a first-rate attorney.— We never heard him accused of possessing either conscience or principle. He is, therefore^ properly qualified for the position he fills. Metj'ick . iwas, we believe, a judge of the Criminal court of the District in 1861-2,'. but was so notoriously corrupt and partial that Congress, at the instance' of the loyal citizens, removed him from office. He is acute at bullying witnesses, being both cowardly and cruel. The evidence, so far, points to ...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

The first successful production of steel in this State, was made on Monday, the 3d inst., at the Pennsylvania Steel Works, a short distance below Harrisburg. 'Ingots were manufactured in thirty minutes, by the Bessemer process, just being introduced into this country, and by which steel rails are manufactured almost as cheaply as ordinary iron. Governor Geary, Samuel M. Felton, Isaac Hinckley, William McKean, Dr. Bigelow. of Boston , aud a number of others, including ladies, were present, and in thirty minutes sixteen steel ingots. were made , each one large enough to roll iato. an ordinary T rail. . ¦ • _ -. ¦•¦> The Pittsburg Gazette says that towards the close of the lost session of the Legislature some gentlemen ' had determined to institute criminal proceedings against various members for taking bribes. These gentlemen were appalled when met by a threat to retaliate upon the members from their own county ; and a show of i hands was made, disclosing inconteatible evid...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

, HO, FARJMERS! OET TBE BEST. npHE BL0DGET PRBMIOM HARPOON JL HORSE FORK aUad of nil other* In market; when tested with other Forks it never fails to give a decided prei&renae. Bo enrs and examine boforo buying oth ira. All orders should be add essed to either J. R. WEEKS, WM. OHAMBEI LAIN, J. H. CAMPBELL, or 0. L. PECK, ' . , Nelson, Tioga County. Pa. July, 8,1867-3m.* FOR SALE. rpHE BEST ARRANGED PHOTOGRAPyt GALLERY in tha county, located at EVellsboro, the County Seat of Tioga county. The village has 1000 inhabitants, and is suirou|ic ed by a good farming country. Will fell, and 'jjoaoh tbe business to a man not acquainted with it. H. H. WOOD, irellsboro, Tioga Oo. Pa., July 3,1867. Administratir'a Notice. •. T ETTERS of administration having been J_J granted to the undersigned upon the estate of Albort Clark, late of I Chatham, deoeased, all persons indebted to said- ' ^stat«, and all baring claims against tha fame, are requested to col and wttl* with > &...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

T0WNSEND HOUSE. WILLIAM TOWNSEND, PROPRIETOR. HA VINO leased for a term of years tho p "ri« and well known Hotel stand lately occupy ' ° A. M. Haclett. I am prepared to famish tbe tt^ and local publlolwith the 1>ost accommodation^ .o jo protared in tho country. A good hostler always In attendance. Teams furnished to AbIiUM parties. Wellsboro, June 26,18&7. ^ ~~ UNION HOTEL. MINER WATTKINS, Proprietor. HA VINO fitted op Ji now hotel building on the site of tho old Union Hotellatoly destroyed by fire, now ready to receive and entertain gueBts. The Union Hotel was intended for a Temperance House, and tho Proprietor bolieTes it can be sustained wlthont grog. An attentive ostler in uttomlanco. Wclleboro, Juno 26,1867. BBAOH St Xan&UMB, A TTORNEYS AT LAW. Office on Main J\ Street, next < loor to Burden's Store. C. 6. WILLIAMS, ; C. W. BBACB. Wollsboro, June 5,1867-tf. . :— —_—^_ . <«» ¦¦—Mohawk Chief—Will stand at his stable in Tioga boijongh throu...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

anhodnoem: snts Fob Sheriff. L.B.TAYLOR, of Bloss, will l> > a oandldute for the office ef Sheriffsubject to thu <t clslon of the lUpttbcan County Coavontiou.* R;T. HALLof Farmlugton, of'era himself a candidate for tho office of Sheriffsubjnet to the decision of tbe Republican County Convention. JEROME B. POTTERof Mtdd ebury, will ta a candidate (or tbe offlco of Sheriff, subject to the decision of tbe Republican Connty Con ' vo ition. J.C. BEE1IANof Lawroncoyijlo, will be a candidate for the office of Sheriffsubject ijo tbo decision of the Republican Connty Convention. For Tbbasu ier. S. B. BOWEN, of DoorDoWw 11 be a candidate I >r Treasurersnbjtct to the decis on of the Itepublic4o County Convention. " • ,¦¦ .. ¦ HARRISON 0. BAII.EY, of Ielm«r, will bo a candl dnto for Connty Treasurer, sob . ect to tho decision of the Republican Conventlou. . | For Coiwiss onee. . ISAAC PLANE, of Brookfio d, will bo a candidate for Commissioner, subject to thi de...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

Modern Democracy.—A correspondent of the New YorkDay-JBoofttecently uttered 7 the following sentiments , .which that Journal endorses as rsound Democratic doctririte: ¦ ''> ' > ) ' ¦ ' < " ' "When Ropert E. Lee surrendered hisatmy to Grantin Virginia, the sun of liberty went down injijsea of blood, to rise no more on this, continent during your life or mine.. Noble old Virginia! the mother of Presidents; the land of heroes and statesmen, she resisted the tyrant till a,ho could resist no more, and fell stricken with wounds, b leeding, at every pore, but covered with immortality. In her fall, behold the triumph of despotism and the shame ol Democracy. Every Democrat should have enlisted under General Lee and fought a common enemy; bad they done sothe Abolition monster would have been dethroned and the country saved." .

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

; The New Yovk^Dap Book hoantB of having the largest circulation of any other Democratic paper in .this country. It is regarded a$ the true exponent of tho Democratic .faith by. the leatjing members of the party, with whom it has been .a special favorite. Its paying ' s are extensively quoted by the journals of the party, aud its doctrines heartily endorsed by tnem throughout the country.' ¦ The following "Democratic '' opinion is from a late issue of the Day-Booh • • " Anexchange says:—'About two.inches of the spine cut, from.. Booth's ' neck is now oni exhibition in the Government Medical Museum, . Washington. ' If about an; ounce ¦ of patriotism, .could have, been cut, from that unfortunate yourigman's heartand given , to Stantor i, Holt, or Seward, it would have greatly improved that very bad breed of mien." '

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

An anti-temperance society has been formed in Scran ton, to oppose the grea . t reform which the Good -Templars are carrying on with so much success. Satan finds that the market' for his produce is declining, and he has determined to kick up a row about it. He has therefore organized atScrauton, hoping to establish branches all over the State. His members bind'theinselves to do all they can to oppose the march of temper ance. They will not patronize a Good Templar; will not vote for him; will riot hire hini to work for them; will have nothing to do with a man who employs a Good Templar; and they intend persecuting them in divers other ways in order to secure sale for their aqua inforno. As they intend • voting in a solid bodyit will not toe a nara matter to 9 tell which ticket It will be.

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

To the Farmers I of Tioga Oounty WOOD'S PRIZE MOWER <£• COMBINED MOWER & REAPER, . . • MANUFACTURE^ at Hooalc /alia, N. Y., for sale to all woo may want & good reliable machine. I These machines are well known throughout the count;, as being the best in ate, and has taken the premium over all other competitors. We Bhall keep an assortment of i JOINTED BAR MACHINES, ' which havo lately been put into uso. Also of tho stiff bar. A good assortment of tbo guards and other fixtures constantly on hand. Prise of jointed bar machines, $110. Cheaper than they have over before been offered to tbe public ' PURPLE & KlMBALL, Agents. Welleboro, July 3, !l867-lf.

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

E STRAY.—Strayed from the . preftiaoB of the subscriber near Urial Broughtona in Delmar tdwnship on or about May 30th, 1867 a large Back Sheep, formerly owned by John Bliss of Charloito ' n township. Any ono _ knowlng of such a stray will confer a favor, aud ' be[ suitably rowarded by leaving word with D. t.jDeane, at the Recorders Office in Wellsboro, or'at the residence of tho subscriber in Delmar. j July lfl, 1867-3w. « . E. P. DEANE.

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

BANKING HOUSE. JOEL & JOHN PARKHURST— Capital Stock Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. Oovornmont Securities Bought and Sold. Deposits Received and Drafts oh the principal cities sold and CoUootions meide on Usual terms. JOEL PARKHUKST, President JOHN PARKHURST, Cashier. Elklftnd Boro, April 10,1867-3m. • LATEST FASHIONS DBMjiNfc /. . W. BBADLEYIS ipgclinxtsd Pattnt BUPLEX ELLI^TIO ¦ „.. •;¦ „„ ¦ ; <oft..,i)orJBW BBHBfc). ! ;^ |. J ;p| : |_ |i lp. • fiH|HK * will not b«nd orl/reak llkotho single spring, ' but Hill preiervo their perfect and graceful abfpe when three or four ordinary skirts will have been thrown aside as useless. The boopiareaoTered with double and twisted threadsnd the bottom rods tre not Only double springy but twice (or double) covered; preventing them from tresrtng out when dragging down stoops, Httlrt, 4c. Tho woad*rrd] flexibility anil groat comfonf : rmd pleasure to any lady wearing tbo Duplex Elliptic Skirtwill be experienced particularly In a...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

A 6ood HAUL.-rLeroyLyman.Esq,' of Rouletto, Potter Co. Pa., and Warren Starks, Esq., of Ke . ating township, this county, went out hunting on Monday last, on Coal Creek, and cataght six young wolves and killed one flrie deier. We call this a pretty gb(5d day's work. —McKean Miner. .

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

lit pe old w;m*itery at Baton-Rouge,

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

®0@a|)S @® ®W like hot oakes i«. 0. B. KELLY'S April 1, 1867.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

•i , • i i. ,'.>.;'- A 1 rjrlE -COMPANY STORE * ¦ ¦ -: . ' .. . - : •; li .* ' t' ' . ' . ,(i IN'- -I <, Q&8 : 8 U&G, -?4 ; r ' \ ] ' ., •¦••. ¦ -.¦ - • ¦ •." : • • { - I * - ., v ' - ' *• ¦ ¦ - ¦ -' tlupElvo just received a new and well se-YV Ijod stook of Goods ..adapted t to: the -i spring rte . andaro prepared to offer a( BETTER J assortniaand " ' •;¦: ' .; .'ETTER BABGAINSr than ail other Store in Tlo'ga or adjoining oountlod : . | .;¦ ;> ., a Our elerience has taufht ' us'ip^jiy ' < ' poor) a<^oi>s^ , ! ' * and if) hers, thereby gain and hold the confidonojo our customers. They are sure of getting Q OJ> OOOVS, and for LESS NONET than tly oan get them elsewhere, and this is why b< ' ' , I COMPANY STOftE ,; • : is contyitly thronged with customers while other ,i Meroht^s cry hard times. ¦ ', . ., i Wo hep constantly on hand a large stock of s })RY CiOODS, GROCJIRIES, OROCORY, HARDfVARE, WOODEN WARE, IRON, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 July 1867

" | ¦", *<.' 'WJfvt T—^ V»«^^r?* E ^1J_x\V^.-i^r^^ A W^AiiS^^J^^ S ''A!?FJ^'tfl -m-wm mmwu " ~ 't • - «\ '., • ' - « i. ' I I Seedtime and harrest are|>rpjn|s»d to all;, , I; The soason is backward, an* cold, and wot," But.there's time for plowing and sowing yet And there'll be Spring, and Saouner, and Fall—3F cbnrse Ihero will ba a Spring, ahafSum^' ,mer; and there has been already a im mm%MW: FOR GROCERIES, ~ ^ - ' £ * ^' \' * * ^ ' ' ¦ i | < f '• nd-so-fortn,* ' Bortaps you may thlrikthe season ibs oo ' me v * ¦ ^•TOTHER.END FOREMOST AT THE 'BEE-HIVE EXCHANGE, ^ . i ¦- . but I ezpeot to spring A MINE OF WEALTH • - <. : il^U -> I Vt - ipon the oustomers who patronize me ; and I did lot keep over ' . *; LAST SUMMER'S ,GOQ$S,'rr ¦ ;, ion know, and therefore shall famish articles as 7 .. FRESH AS SUMMER. ITSELF. , Even ;;; ; MY LtYEBFO^L SALT " '' " , - : islVe' . sh as ' salt canb^j and1 " ' ' BUTTER MAKERS who want to command best prlcos for but...

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