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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867

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Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867

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Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 10 April 1867

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Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

BUSINESS DIRECTOR^ , W.jO. TERBELl & CO., " , HjHOLEsALE DR JGGISTS, and dealers iu -j |WnllP»poT, fporosono ranrps; Wilidow Glass, ' Porl'umory, Painti and OtisAc, Ac. C'orning, .N. Y., 3j n. I,<i866.-ly. . VTA. NICBOU' • ¦ • . JOHN ilUlTOnELl. NICHOLS & MITCHELt,, ATTORNEYS AN1». COUNSELORS ATLAW. I- * " l offioi formerly occupied by JamosLowroyEsq.' ' VJ:J X. Nic ' uois. ' .. TJouk I. M . itchbll. \]rollaboro, Jon. ' ; 1860-ly. ¦ " /' ¦WrftLIAitt H. SMITH, ATTORNE5T -AND OOUNSKCOH AT LAW S Insurance, Bountj anil Pension Agonoy, Main Street ' Wcllsbnro, J 'a,, Jan. 1, 186S. ~ p —; — : ¦ i 2 j. F. Wilson. J. B. Niles. • i VFIL.SOV & NILES, ATTORNEYS-& COUNSELORS #AT LAW, - ? (Firit ^ door from Bigonoj'aon tho Avenue)— q U'ilt attend to bus ness entrusted to thoir ca^o . i6 tho counties of Clognnnd Potter. , fWellsboro, Jan. 1, 186(5. ' . • D. ANtrELli . & CO., \ MANUFACTURES 3 6faud Wholesale arid Kb- * tail Dcalfcr in Doora, Sas...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

Elephant life in South Africa Commencing with the hugest specimen of nature's If andiwork, the elephant, .wo havo generally found two curious points overlooked " or ignored by writers. . Oueis the rapid aud noiseless movements of this animal in the thickest cover; the other, his capabilities of pflss ' ihg overground for him ' apparently unfeasible. Tho noiseless footfall of the elephant has been freeqqently referred to by writers on Indian subjects, arid has been rightly asserted to be the most agreeable feature in journeying oh elcphnnt back. This peouliarlty may bo easily explained by an examination of the Structure of the animal's foot; but the' ipjlont, stealthy way in which he wilkbasa through tho densest thicket, literally "slipping awav," when his iiouto senses of smell or hearing warn him' of danger, has been generally overlooked, and. appears to us; somewhat difficult of explanation. Letauj' one unskilled in tho mysteries of " bushranging," attempt to raovo even fo...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

HASBY The, Pure and Unadulterated Democracy of the X JRoad8 receive the intel-- Hgcnceof the refusal of the Legislature of Ohio to strike out theword "white" frohi their [Canaliiution^-the rejoicings of l/ie aforesaid Deinocracy as narrutcd " by their Philosopher , Guide' , und Friend, Mr. JXasby. • Post Offis, Cone£i>kit X JRoads, ) (wich is in thestait uv Kentucky, ' )! March 15,1887. X The joyous intelligence-rrv" the glorioua ncksheu nv the Lcglslacher uv the now trooly great State uv Ohio, in yotiu down tlie proposishen to strike the word "white" out uv her 1 Constitooshcn, i eached us last nite at precisely 9 P. M. am portickeler ez to th'e eggsact date—i h(t importance uv the event justifies it. ' . ' . need not skaraely remark that the s^d news Viontathrill-uv qatifefaekshon, nay, iiv exqnisit joy, through tho Corners, a thrill skasely lo?s exc[uisit than that expcrk'ticpd, on the receefc uv the news uv Johnson's 4th uv March spfeechAnno ^ Doiijilno 1856. I sh...

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

Wwttll&KWW j THE TJI^EE THIEVES. ,! ,TJiifro ^J^ed at fipuskij in 118&.aVe-. )p. e^^b^«s . ' epbeii, ' ai£itiop$8t. sacrl'stan lamed Vincent EeiEeyre.' * His.' k66d--ti^al ;^ anaieal lxa ^sured^ilin 'a siiffijieht*y:M liW bld"agq';t few people died wit^o v^t leaving him soinetliingihth»ir ivjiip. ' \ He -vvaa ;gbpd apo. ^irapje,' antl Vet.'cubbing \vjilhal, afad'.he lived hapfa .Hj:,\untrf)«b] . ed' by tf^eYesliavlMf oply ma Qld mail for, attendant 'who, was fcaUed. Claude/ and plio, tjfeate'd. Me saf^^^^%' :: -^' ; 5,'^-- ;¦•': i As bogrew feebleand it,became a trouble to walk , wliile he Btill:'liked td attend . .'jtlieV'weeiUy ' .market' ^t '.Moiis, ^vfaefe be'indulged freely in beer. Olaiide pprspadedbJ ' %to pu'robase L a stefed-. so he,' vfept' forth ok Saturday with a aiim pf m^uey; wljiieh he was resolved to' ihr ypbt.lii-a l i brae or a mule. ' '' \ .JCher ' o d^yelt al'this epoch* three meri pt. Ppmer-ceu], wlio . had been 1 Beyopd'the ^e$i^ in the 1 ...

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

Never Give Up.—Many a premature death bus occurred in conaequer&qs . qf giving up. The t-iok person become^ discouraged, thinks ho is going to die, and . dies. ¦ Friends think they have dono all they could, death is> inevitable 1 and let di«euso take its course. Th^re can be no doubt but that in many suoh cases hope still cherished, and the per-, severing use of means, might havo saved useful life, ' ¦ So also in the struggles of active life. The first-spepoh of Disraeli in the House of Commons wns u complete failure, his speech it isyaid being stifled in the derisive laughter of the Houso. He thuH closed ; " I shall sit down ' now' but the time will come when you will hear me." iSumbere have sunk into, insignificant under, a less rebuff. Disraeli was made of sterner etuff. Though it took blip, seven years to recover from hia disaster, he redeemed hia promise and on becoming chanqglor of-t-Jje exchequer, "dad in the same garmdrtts he had worn at ihe time of his re...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

Axjjrl'0'.u; of ui.Df-N i'l>XK3.—iiore iljjin ,ilii)-;> ycui'.Tii . ;o ibtiS-upifiiioiJourt -of > Iii- .- ¦ .loliiwt'tts eoimneneed ita session cnrly " ii;'.qh3.u»i).ii.ni Lc-nos; A>erksliire "" "eouiily.:".int7>.oo ihn urinn,foments were to hold i-u-X'U'ii* in ali thf ' counties eaatw;i;d, ^ IV;-:; .i!:ui:i',": at - Vantucket and Dukes' ¦ 'j:ii;!H;-, <:mbr;ieii ' jg nil of IMas-^ "aciUi'-Ltu- jiroj.fi", Tiiis y-;i;. callc-d tiiO 11 lull cilc'.iit.'- ' • In the SpiiiiLj tho cir- eueuil ni 'tije Diyiricttn 'Maina'Vas held , thus eo,mi)IuLiii l ' !t{l!ie circuit of the year. At. i!!;.H»(.':ivly ' -pc-ri<Kl iho late Judge P , bht> of tlie court, invariably traveled (><T ln)i ; i'h}ick. On one p ' cija&ion , pr<;)>rivaio!;y " ;o I' .ii ' -iiu-etin^- of the; Sourc jif "L"ii .¦:•., Jud';o P——.was jogging " 4iloim, 'ii-)i Uniowii^; exactly the iocal'ir ' tii '* ' t^O-l''J'k t -hi:v county, and fal...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

Wealth And • Poverty Of Oar Statea - men. Jeil'erson died comparatively poor..— Indeed, if Cougress had ifbt purchased his library, giving him- five times its-value, he would, with (HfTiculty, '.have kept the.wolf from tho door. ' "<* Madison saved his -money, and was comparatively liclr. Toadf.tohis forttme. however, or raibor that of his widow, Congress purchased hiB roabusoript papers, ¦and paid 330,000 fox them. Jiitnes Monroethe sixth President of the United States, died so poor that his remains fosnd a resting place through tho charity.of hH friends. They remain, in, a cemetery," -bnt no monument.,marka the spot w. i'iei'e thev repose. John ' Quincy Adams left some $50, - 000, the result of industry, prudence and inheritance. * Ho \vns a ' uian of method and.economy. ... ' " •3Iartln Vaii Buien, died rich.— Throughout hir> political life, he fitudioflslv ibbkfcdout tor his own interests. Henrv CJuv lt?rt a very haudsome estate. It pvobfil-l . v excQf:dod....

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

OHHiDEEM ' Harmless, happy little treasnves, j Full of truth, and trust an*inii;th, ! Richest wealth and purest pleasures,' ! , In thi3 mean and guilty earth! j t. • ¦ ,:», _ .. . . _ * f,- - ¦ • How I love you, pretty ereatUre3 ; . Lainb ' -liko ' flooka of littlo . things! „ When tbo lo\ r 6 that lights your feature!, From the heart in betujty spring3y j Yours the<naturnl curling tresses, ¦ : Prattling tongues and shyness'coy, .Tottering steps and Ulridearpsses, j Pure with, health, and \?ann witji r joy. j - Write them childless I those cold r uearted, Who con scorn Thy generous .boon, -¦ | And whose eouIs with' fear have smarted, ! . Lest—Thy blessing coma too -soon ! I Whilst he'hath a oliild to lovo him, ' j ; No man e«n be \iooi' indeed; , Whilo ho trnsls a Friend nbpTe him, None can sdi-iot?", fear nor need. J But for thee, whoso UeaUh is lonely, . j And unc .heored by children's mirth, ' ¦ j Spite of riches, thou a"vt only / " .Desolate and poor on earth ! Al...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

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Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

8UHDAY...8ABBAT:H—FIB8T-DAY . Which Is right, which irreverent, and which is sacrilege ? . " -" <¦ .. We ask these questions, not that the subject appears to us of any practical importance, but because several gentlemen in.the Legislature, and several Republican editors in theState, have lately been discussing it with ' as much gravity as if the salvation of mankind .defcenijed' upon the name-of some divis¬ ion pf^time. ' fh&yidcttc calls upon tb,e Eepublican ! pre;ls of the State to take a more emphatic stand il against the attempt of ^Forney ' s Press tol^peak down-the institution of ' the Sabbath.I' It fears that unless "the Rtpublican rjapers take issue with the Press, the . RcpubUcaii party * vill bo ' held responsible for its advocacy of running street, ears on Sunday, in. the cifcy dl Philadelphia. ' Italso directs attention to the fact that the Press calls Sunday " the first iln ' y of the week," and thereby intends -to deepen the im-; pression that Su...

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

A Child Satan py Snakes In the early part of the rndnth of August lastflrgfrtTmmetf'Hiliza^Drummondabout'11-years of age, jwho.se pa-' rents live near West .Monroe, in this county, left honie one morning for the purpose of picking berries, ' and ne,ver returned. The most-diligent, sua ' rch ¦was made for her by the parents and neighborsbutrtio traces-could be found. The event','' which caused • a pro "o ' und sensation at the. time; had almost Massed from the minds of all, save, the stricken ^ arentsj when it was painfully re jailed Wo, ' recent "occurrence. On Tuesday last five or sis lads tfentou ' b hunting in thcjyieinity, and, during the dayj came .upon a spot jvhoro a largo , number- of black snakeswerediseoveredsJndkilled. ¦ The appearance of the reptiles ill such numbers . and at this season of the year was considered rdinarkable, and if was suggested by one of the Imrty that a breeding den most bo somewhere near. A search was imniedSately eornmenced,-which resulted ...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

PENNSYLVANIA LEGUSLATUBB, April 1. Ail act relating^to- a Sohool building in Cpvingtoni borough, Tioga County, was read in place in the Hoilse. An act prohibiting the "grantingj^f licenses within two miles of the State Normal Schools at . Mlllersviile and Mansfield, was laid over on third reading in the House. The following Att to incorporate the Wellsboro ' and Lawrenceville railroad company, has been signed by the Goyernor: ., \ . Section 1. Be it enacted&cTnat JohnF. Donaldson,WilliamA. Nichols, Simeon I. power, Charles J. Humphrey, and John Parkhurst be, and "the same are hereby. appointed,-«ommi6Sioners to open ' books, receive .subscriptions'.of stock, and organize a company, by the name, style, and title, of the .Wellsboro' and Lawrenceville railroad company, with all the powersand subject to all the duties, restrictions, ' and regulations, prescribed by an-act of Assembly of this Commonwealth entitled, " An Act regulating railroad companies," approved the nin...

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

Jurors Drawn for May Term, 1867 . Grand Jubohb. '.i , Brookflold—J. S. Grantoor. , l Charleston—Jore. Hart, Bocj. Audio, D. Jacobs. ¦ ¦ Chatham—D. Avery, Oovlngton—H. Zimmer. ¦ ; , •!D"elmar-i-Oalvin Batler, Wm. Ebetonti, J. 0 Johnson, James Playfoot. 0aine9—Henry Crofut. J . Fall JBfook-i-Jainos Ppllook^--. _... -._.. »"] Jackson—Jacob Shelves. ' I . KnoxvSlIe^-J. q., Seoley, H. Freebornf• • ¦ . '¦ Liberty/rrJ. Shambacker. . . ' ^ . . •' ¦ , MalnBburg—L. M. Doud. '* 1 Rutland—N. E. Brace, Snm'l Wilson. Union—Myron Kichols, Dan'l Preston, J, S? Christ. , ¦ WestficW— MorrTs^PritehnTd.-~— .--:---; • ¦ Traverse Juuons—1st Week. . Brookfield—Wm. Gilkoy, John Owens. ' BIoth—John Taylor: " ' ' , Chatham—Winthrop Beach, G. B. Owlott, Alien StrawnJ William Wndbins. Clymor— Roswoll Ackloy. Covington Boro—I. Berry.. . ^ Covington—S. S. Rockwell: ¦ . ' /Dcerfiold—H. R. Batch. ¦i . Dclrnur—A. Coolidgo, Georgo Hildreth, Arch. Batterly, Job Wilcox, E. Qrinnell, M. 0. FioldF. . Farmington—...

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 17 April 1867

whloh will bo on exhibition -1 1 j fOR A FEW DAYS ONLY, after which, as usual, ho will be on hand with a Prosh Lot, and so on, FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY, • ' .in about Fifty-two ohnptors. *" In other words, ho proposes to tap tho City of New York and draw a constant stream of good things from that Fountain Head. Ho has laid his pipes to conduct said Btream right into tho "BEE-HP - .mUMM ? '¦ ¦ ¦ t ¦ ¦ without olrouinlooution, lookago, or transhipment ' '¦ i MATHERS ¦ ; ; ' * will oontinne tobuy FARMERS PRODUCE at tho best Market Prices, and sell - , - ' •; Everything Eatable and Cookable, 1 ' ¦?: .. asoheap as can bo dono and maintain a numerous wifo and family. 1 ^MATHERS will always be glad to see you if you have money, and if yon haveVt he will tell yon how to get that article. . Wellsboro, Pa., Apr. 17,1867. 1

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