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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

ySniialo^ScBleb^ ^ PLATFORM & COONTER ' SCALES^ Icon^ . ata . ntly on hand n ' t mnnufacinrcr's' prices ' , at SMEAD'S STOVE WARE ROOHS. ' . ¦ ¦ ' , -.'i' Si."' ;:;; » . , , ..., /, . ,. i. .. ¦ •- 0 ^ AUo ? j^st reoeiyod, a Jorge stock of '* ( * ifi tJ A t fS' YV-^ sS ^vJ HA R© WAliE, ^ r. ,°. si*>.«.vTfid fc*r..uit-ii!.'i.i,,'i ctii -i^i.tii vtsti <:¦; ^^ .ViTtj < i *-?.'; 3:* !*.-krf--. u'¦; ^tir'J--. '^'« /-"iV \ r-.-CThicd, I selected with care and am selling afrtow for Casfr ' aVcatfoe DOugHt^ri'anj-Aiarket. : |<- i COMMONi and.. .jOHOIPE;, TABLE ' Aifjp ..* -W-..I. POCKET., OUTL. ERy,, ,^ L . AXES, ADZ/HAtpflETS: HAMMERS , . ¦ LOCKS,. KNOBS , " ' X'A,T,CHES, ; ; ' H ' INGIPS; BOlfTS, ' filtTS, j . ''"' SCREW ' S, 'AtiGURS/' ! V- =--' . "''.^G'H T-8 E''L:S'y' -:. • ' ; -^-- '' ^ .::k-;. -,•: '••'«- iGOUGESp?'K' - *^:!i|; (a* PICKS,-" 'SPADES, SHOVEL8.. SCOOPS; FORKS,. RAKES, SCYTHES,r-*sc.F- ! NA l liS, f; C0MMOtfp FINISH- i \ •«^-i;f. -...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

animarihat'had'ljorhe hfs faithfulviibg tothe'eround. -<'" ¦ .;::.- i •: ,. . . ; The firet blow -laidi bare the; gau^t backbone,, the next his throata terrible gash arid, the third loosened his terrible grip njtori dog 1 . 'Still he struggled flercey, wheti Heiririch sprang upon the.anim41and<cqtand 1 hacked apd slashed until the wolf was niinco meat. " ;As he ' arose, ahajid was on tils shpulder, and turning, a head-was on. bis bosom. ••-.;.. {. ' .,.,... - ' . ¦ "Heinrich!" . ¦ '''Mary'!" ' l! ' ' ' 1 JLong did the young people stand in speechless embrace, but the ^yeaker su' Ppqrteji the stronger, for ' Heihrieh ' s nerves were gone, and he' % leaned upoii Mary- like a helpless child.' ' .. jTfiearrival -" of: the affrighted-' ' , hors^ aroused i the wife, and the moment she opened tfye'door the dog rushed forth led ojrhis kindly iristinct: Mary fled wildlyafter him, snbt pausing 1 to.\ bring the rifle. : But thjs, it lias. bTeen shown, ¦was not needed* '" ...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

MACHINE .SHOP. ! ¦ • r •¦ -..< ¦! . u . .|« , THE subscribers having procured additional machinery are now ready to furnish to ordor all sorts of " ' ' ¦ • i , '« ft,*T |#»»i; r; r .£vA,. - : '¦' " - : . • .. • ¦!. *•??,? A . S- • -« c , ,-, i-PL0WS,' C UlA 1 1V A TO R S, FLElLD , ROLLERS, MILL GEARING, ¦ ¦ SLErGH SHOES, 1 WOOD- ¦• > ' SAWING MACHINES, j 1 &c.; &d. r &c. ¦ j •-. We have also.a, , , , ., WOOpWOftTH PLANE $ for custom an^l job workWe arc also prepared to do '¦ ' : • ¦¦- ¦• ¦•¦•. .| ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

. JOBBljlSfG DEPAllTlHffNT. JQB! AND CARD TYPE AND PAST PRESSES; andars pnpana to «ecnto neatly, and . promptly POSTBKS .nANDBIlLS .OIROCtABB.OABBS.BUI, . IIEABS .tETXlER BEADS .STATBMENXfl, TOWNSHIPORDBBB,ftc., *o. DeoUo, MortgagesUft«eBand ' a fnll atgortment ot Constables'and Jniticcn'Btanki, constantly on band. PeopIeHylngatadiatanoecandependonbaTlDstbelr work Jonepromptly;aod son tbackln return mall. 43"O»ko«—Roy'fbloct;Socon(]Floor« f _. . ... ' . ' - .,

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

SLITTING & .SCROLL SjX fr^lry, to ' order. ' ' . ' . ¦ ;•. -¦ . , , Having a first-clnss scrow-cntting Lathe wq nro preparod to mako CHEESE PRESS"SQJREWS, ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ •¦¦ . M...:- ¦ ,. ... . , ., ' . I. ' , , to order. ; Builders of Cheoeo Factories ar^rp. quested to examine our work. ' VT6 ' manufacture th0 . ' " ..;. ' : ' . ¦ - ' " ' ' , *'' "" I' " '! 1' Ciiatmiiion Plow, oneof .the finest implement? io tbo taatkaf. >, , , ' . Cash paid for OtD ' IRO ' N: ' ^ ' " '• ''• ' '••' ¦¦:¦-¦- !.,.., ""' . ''''"'' ' ¦ cHA-Ri 1 Es l < wiLiiAivt$;" ; .. "•" . ' " '! ' . " P.'L.-SEABS. ' -' ; '!f ' ¦ \ WolUboro, May J6,.186i 7-tf. . /.( ' . j . 1 " ,..) V

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

To Wash Calico Without Fading. —Infuse tlirce gillsof salt iii four quarts ofwater; put the calico in while hot, and leave it till coldand in this way vthe colors are rendered permanent, and will not-fade by. subsequent "w 'ashing. 1 When is a storm like a fish after a hook?,i>When it isgoing to abate.., 1-! ¦ '• ¦¦ .-.!. I ¦ " :{¦<* ¦ ;.. ,,

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

mentioned goods ' of the^Fesjt' ^tfality* nlift|B*«# band.- "'>•<* ¦ .-'• ¦ ..;.•, ¦ ..: ,!,. . , ¦ .,, ;Hut? Particular attention poid:to fino Qroqetiof" Dealers rind Coheuaiera will rind it to their, interest to examine his Stock beforo baying. Corning, N. Y,\ MRrci< -27,1807.. ¦ !

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

: -What' : most resetikbles ¦ a pretty girl bathing? .A divingjbell (e). , , , ; , j; !« '•I' ¦ ¦• • - i'n, - . .j.-ii'r. . -. .„ o>-)hn ' • ' '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

¦I . •;.,:§ >^\% ' flb^fcRktjSBM, ~ "% if £U (.?#'$? ¦' ¦ ¦ , .:v ; ' "-• ¦;•,- . ' ' . x i u ; ', . - g ' "f ' " „ ' "" ' •* ' ' ' ¦ ¦ ' i "* j ; . - , - «!; ¦ ,,/i', . " ' ( DRUGS, MEDICINES, PATENT' MED-3 J I0INE8, FAINTS, OILS, W*N- w - ^DOW;p}uASS, & POTTY, - . to Have come down to Old Prices at last. uf w WE do not hesitate to say tbat we have tbe la Largest Stock of -" Ci ' ¦ , ¦ ; •¦¦ ¦ , - • ¦ -¦ ' to BURE ENGLISH DRUGS r n rf- MEDICINES , " ' ' i {H¦ ! oi P^TjENT BDICINlES, i '- ' - : : r ' . i YANKEE NOTIONS, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, TOILET SOAP, CLOTn, HAIR, TOOTH & NAIL BRUSHES, MIRRORS, a WINES & LIQUORS, &C, EVER BROUGHT INTO THIS MARKET, j C Wo bnvo also tbo Largest Stock of f : " c PAINTS. OILS, GLASS AND POTTY, Bach as ¦ 0 ) Pars White Load, Pure /Whlto Zlno, Linseed Oil, Coooh Varnisb, Garniture Vnrniah, Yol- low Oohro, Venetl&n ¦ Red, Chrome Y«l- . low, Chrome Green, Prussian Blue, Patent Dryer, Lacker, Jopan, , ...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

aoNOBSss r- July 12—In the Senate a resolution was called up lnquirin^how many Mexican prisoners pf wat-WA been shot un-^|pfj ^ ^- :| was offered Authorizing 1 ti|>; raising'!of ifour regimen^It^ bp«at^--a g^inst^tti€ Indians. ThV £}enate' Reconstruction bill, as amended'by the Houho, was taken upland after a rambling debate was put over. Mr. Snmner called ^ up bis. bill for; universal suffrage, which was decided as not in order by a vote of 12 tp. 22. ,,;/, • . •: . .- . . • ,v v In the House the Senate Reconstruction WU was reported back, y^th. 'Beyeirai amendments, which under a call for the previous question, were agreed to.— A bill to enable the ' lielrs of soldiers dying after honorable discharge to inherit the additional bounty due said deceased * vaareadtb j teetimes and passed. The amended Reconstruction bill was received back from the Senate with a message, informing the-House-of the ,Senate' s disagreement to the amendment, and It wasTeferredtoaCommittee of...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

From Peace to Wab.—If thB country la again to be plunged into a tote)* strom of political passion—if we are to go back to strife and confiscation rather than forward; tcf',peace and prosperity, tlie people wlUJhot; forget the good so ne^W^Qeblevem! nox; excuse thoge^by ^hoeei^adnessjithe.cup has heen dashed, tfrofri $heir Jipg.XTIjie Military B#6# structioii billyyaspassed in deiianpe/ ^f the President'abest efforts and those of the Democratic minority in Congress. .The latter combined with the Btevens 'wing of the Republicans to defeat the far milder measure proposed by Senator Sherman, and thus . managed to render :hamdaotira notiiailvr noaoarl mttnli tiat*aH~ er toward the Rebejathan it otherwise would have been-. ' Being passed, the President vetoed It in a message of remarkable asperity, even for Tiim, but which exists to prove; that h<* thoroughly comprehended and proclaimed that the power of the Military Commander? in the five Military Districts waa made virtually ...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

A CARD FBOil THE AMEKICAN WATCH COMPANY OP waltham!, Mass. This Company beg leavo to inform tho public that they commenced operations in 1850, and their factory now covors four acres of ground, and has cost more than a million dollars, and employs over 700 operatives. Tboy produce 76,-000 Watches a year, and inafee and sell not less than one-half of all tbe watches sold in tbo United State*. , . Ihe difference between their manufacture and tbe Eurppoan, ]»briefly this: Earopeon Watches are made almost entirely by hand, mid. the result is of necessity a lack of that, uniformity, which is indispensable to correct ti me-fceoping. Both the eye and the hand of tbe most Bkillfu} operative must vary. But it is a fact that, ezcopt watches of the higher grades, European watches are tbo product of tbe cheapest labor of Switzerland, and tbo result is tho worthless Aaorog, JLevines and so called Patent Levers—wbioh soon cost more in attempted repairs, than tbeir original prico. Common wor...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

p wrfol laghtntaff Stroke.; ) iM: Last Thursday afternoon'about five o'oIockI a largo crtfwd h(id assembled in the Fairgrounds of thp .Springyille Union Agricultural* Association' , 1 vf>tfen a sharp , thunderstorm came (up. The rain begau'to falland the crowd Bouijut refuge from its effects in the exhibition sheds; A flash of lightning took,place, accompanied by a loud pealof tnutildei-, and instantly an awful spectacle was presented. . The "lightning struck the aned which contained men, women~ahd horses. About one .hundred persons were paralyzed in an instant, falling on their faces, and as. many as fifty were rendered insensible for five or ten minutes, while about a dozen were quite seriously burned. Two horses were killed on the spot; 'An old gentleman named'John Gordenier, ana two or three, others are not expected to recover. One woman was prostrated and deprived of her seiiseS, but not'of her powepof locomotion " ; Bhe instinctively gathered herself up and ran to t...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

"THOU BHA1T NOT KIM. '" Two weeks ago we published an article by Horace. Qreeley, entitled, " Herod in the Family; " The evil rebuked in that timely article is one of the most inexcusable, as well as formidable, ot the growing bijpod of evils which . distinguish the Kines in which we live. Not less thnA others, we have been aware of the prevalence of the crime, and perhaps haye been silent- iV^eu speech vyould have been, gold'eni. R is a delicate subject; and though we do not abound in that false modesty which deters from using proper terms in char¬ acterizing an evil, or naming a crime, we have seen that the battle shor Jd be opened by journalists in the foremost ranks. Only within the few months last past has any one plucked up courage enough to turn public accuser. ' , Undeniably this is a licentjouii age. Mosjt startling evidence of . thw ; fact may be seen in the prurient groT'th of knowledge of the worst vices among the youth of the land. It sometimes seems as if. boys...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

, We beg to assure our neighbor Jonjes, of the Vtdelte, that we did not -intend to treat him ungenerously in our (re-, iifiarks ' upon his official beheading. That hie was not outspoken during the time he held office under, Andrew Johnson is, -we believe, not denied, ns ,he himself acknowledges the fact. He will bear us witness- that we never reproached him with silence upon the issues of the day during -the time of his.olflcial captivity. "We recognized the considerations of which he makes, mention; and while of the opinion then, as now, that no man who has anything to say against palpable wrong should;hold hia tongue, we said nothing. We are aware that our neighbor conducts-his business undjer disabilities, being in a comity where the opposition has a large majority. ' But as for official patronagel, h'e mistakes the value o . f that, in !Tioga county. The official patronage'of the Agitator did not pay the ink and 1 oil bill of ihe establishment " last year, nor will it do it ...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

A good many people in the South are getting their eyes open to the evil iniiuenees and tendencies of the so-called Democratic party, and it is no uncommon thing to seo articles in Southern newspapers similar in. tone to ihe following extract from tho .Charlottsville (Va.) Chronicle of June 29: We therefore do repeat what we have already frequently called attention to, that the first step for the Southern people to take is to disclaim all connection with the- Northern' democracy. We have not one particle more respect for the Northern democracy than we have for the republicans. They got us into our troubles, and basely abandoned us. And they are doiug us infinite injury now by obstructing• the settlement of reconstruction. They use us merely as so.much political capitaland are no true friends. But whether friends or not, they have no power and are a perpetual nuisance. ¦ "I • We have got to make terms with, tue repnblicanparfcy—they are the. govcrnindnt, and " will b . e for a goo...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

¦ ¦ j Copperhead Jadgrcd. I ' The danger of electing Copperhead Jtidgef is shown rby reference to the past judicial "Opinions,, of the magistrates of that stamp. • In 1861, when ithe South seceded, Judge BlackPresident Buchanan's Attorney . General, ' promulgated the "Opinion " -officially, that the General Government had no right to coerce a State even in bo grave a matter as Rebellion. 1 President Buchanan adopted that view, and refused to reinforce,or provisio n the garrison at FortSumpter or to-resist the hostile measures of the traitors which .finally resulted] in the surrender of that Fort, and gave to the .Rebels their first success. J udgeBlack, ut the late Harrisburg Convention, endorsed Judge Sharswood as having "no unsound spot on him" —which may be taken to mean that he held the same . - In 1863 tlie Copperhead Judges of the SuDreme Court of Pennsylvania declared *«-- xv—ju.. r M»niutv>nul...tl>»i having jat that time a majority on tile bench. Fortunate...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

ftBPDBX.I0AN CONVENTION At a meeting of tbe Tiogn CoudIv {'Republican Committee, hold ot Welhtwro, June 14,1867. It was resolved that an Election be held by tlia Republican , Electors of Tioita County, (it tlie suvorul places of holding Blcutiont in the respective Klecttpn DiBtHcts, on BATUUDAy, the 10th day or AUGUST next, botweou tlie lionrfl of 1 and 0 P. 61. of said day, for tbo purpose of electing two persons from each ejocfion district to represent saCil districts In a Republican County Conventiou to liu lield in WKIitSBORO, on FRIDAX"ADGDtiX lOtli, for the purpose cf noinluatln^ caudidttttut to lie sujiported, at the eniulug elecfion- It in further onjoli|<!<l upon election boiirUr, that' rioiie but Kt-pnljlirans bo flflowcito vote at tlio prinmry inc-otings. Tho Torioiis Boards, therefore; afyl.receive Oono l>»t RcpuUirou votes. .... ' Tbo following nomcil persons woro appointed Com rplttccs of Vigllanco for their reepectlvo townships. It is hoped ...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

• The Subatt Tbiai.—In the Qurdtt trial on Saturday week the. prosecution was closed, with the reservation of the right to submit a motion .hereafter ¦ for the admission of Duell's testimony ! relative to the cipher letter.. Mr. Bradley moved to strike out the testimony relative to Jacob Thompson, but Judge Fisher said that it was not worth while to cut the case to pieces now. Mr. Bradley then submitted objections to other portions of the testimonyand the Court ruled that Is was not the proper time to make objections. Mi. Bradley, Jr., opened the case on the part of the defence. He attacked Xloyd: Weich man, Bye, Bead, Lee, and other witnesses for the prosecution whose character, he assertedwould be fully shown up. The evidence to be produced will show that Suratt was in-Canada in 1865; and went thence to Europe; that he was not within 400 mileaof Washington on April 14 or 15; that the handkerchief found in St. Albans was not dropped by Suratt, but by.a government officerfor a p...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

Geo. Feancis Tbain drives a fnail of truth in the following brief biographical sketch of his own life : , ;"When I started out in life travel was my idol; the world doubted. Then I tried knowledge ; I got nojpraise.— Then books; they ridiculed. Then languages: they sneered. Then patriotism; they cheered first, then knocked me dovm in Bostonshot me In Dayton, bayoneted me in Davenportarrested me In St. Louis, and tried to assassinate me In Alton. But in smte of this I have my independence and individuality.— (Loud-applause,). I asked the world wh,at,it wanted ;",it replied, money. I jhave' modeitami'.am now devoting fhy time to thatsimply out of Contempt for the opinidn of men. . No more softening of the brain, but hardening of ,tho Heart. " Thfe Texas Republican State Convention Adopted the 5 principles of the Natioij&l, Republican party, indorsed the Oivil'Bightg bill and all the reconstruction measures of Congress, and thanked the Commanding General of the Fifth Milita...

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