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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Much may be forgiven to Andrew Johnson, but we doubt if the American people wjll pass over his aption in the following affair, which we relate as we find it in the Washington Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette, without severely censuring him. Sometime afterthemurderof Mr. Lin¬ coln certain Roman citizens took a stone from the tomb of Serviiis Tullius, the Roman Liberator, and after engraving on it an inscription dedicating it to Abraham Lincoln despatched it to Washington. It arrived late in the fall of 1865, and was deposited boxed as it came, upon the porch of the White House. There it lay for several weeks, until one side of the box was battered off exposing the stone to view. At last, somebody complained 0/ the treatment of the gift, and it was taken inside ahd used as a footstool under a window where orderlies and -attendants sat. Finally, it was deposited in tho coal hole of the White House cellar, where it was discovered the other day by some adventurous visitor.-...

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

REPUBLICAN CONVENTION At a mwting of the Tk»£u Cmmty Kcimhltcun Committee, held " nt Wollslwro, Ju ' nn U, 1&07- It nns n-si>li«l thrft an Klcctioa bo he>lcl by lh» Ru|rtiullcun XU-ctcirs of Tio£n County ,lnt tljuHevwul place* of holding election* In tlia respective Election Districts, on SATURDAY. Hio lotli day of AUGUST noxtbetween tin; liuuro, of 1 and fl P. M.of said day,lov the purpose of electing two persons from each election district to represent said diatrictB in a Republican County Convention to lie held, in WELLSliOKO, on FMDAYAUGUST leth, for the pnrpobo cf nominating cantiidatos.|to be Pup. ported nt the ensuing election. It ia turther enjoined upon election boarilr, ' that notio but' Jlepiit'licmts bo Allowed to voto lit tho primary meetings. The various BoardH, therefore, will .rrctli-e iioob hut llfjmbllciin votes. ' The following named perbona ' wcro appointed Committees of Vigilance for theis, respective townships. It is hoped that they ...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Recently a Milwaukie police officer was detailed to take an insane man to an asylum. The man went along quietly until the end of the journey was reachedwheninstead of ' being delivered to the officers of the asylumhe very quietly delivered the astonished officerwho, before he had an opportunity for an explanation, found himself locked up in a celland was told that a strait jacket awaited him if ho made any demonstrations. It was some time before the officer could get his. story believed and exchange places with the lunatic, who went off, boasting, of his skill in outwitting his keeper. The Boston Traveler states that a lady in Reading, Mass., while conversing with some visitors, suddenly turned paleand, sinking into a chair, exclaimed, "Did you hear that gun? It affected me strangely 1" She then wept lnconsolably. Hervisitors had heard no report, and it afterwarda appeared that no gun had been fired at the time on the place. News came, however, that her brother, residing 100 mil...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Montgomery Blsyr-is f-tumping Virginia in behalf of Democracy, and in a late speech accused tho Itepublicms of being the only party that ever existed in this country that did not- at heart profess to act In deference, to the Constitution. We beg leave to inform Mr. Bhvir that the -Republican party has done more to preserve the Constitution than all -the other parties combined; that had it not been for Republican energy and'wisdom he wo\ild not now have a Constitution to,', talk about. Where would the Constitution be if the Democratic party had been intrusted with-its care? Probably in some old paper shop. We have'noticed that the noise about the violation of the Constitution generally comes from, men who did the most to destroy or the least to preserve it. The Rebels who adjured its authority, and tried 'to slash it to pieces with the drawn sword, are now eager to use it as the means of getting into power; Mr. Johnson, who once had the effrontery to say"^Vhenever you hear a man ...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Burglary.— On Tuesday night some persons in whom the desire to accumulate wealth rapidly was deeply implanted, picked the outside lock of (the door to the county offices, then entered and inserted a wire into the lockthe wire being fastened to a gimlet screwed into the casing. This prevented all ingress in that direction. They then proceeded up stairs and picked the lock to the Treasurer' s office. The lock to the vault they filled with powder and touched off. jft was blown In piecesthe hinges of fie heavy iron doorsboth the inside and outside, were started, and they must have thought their object was in a fair way of being accomplished. Entering the vault a tin box attracted their attention. This was broken open when the immense sum of about $3 in pennies a"nd threecent fractional currencygreeted their astonished eyes. The rascals, being conscience stricken-and notdesiring to rob the county of its all, refused to take them. ,The office papers were ransacked and thrown over the ...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

*Vn Ohio pape,r tells a novel love story: A young couple planned' an elopement, the girl descending from her room upon traditional ladder, but at the gateHhey were met by th(i father of the girl and a ministerby whomtheyoung couple were escorted to the parlor, where to their surprise they found all their relatives collected for the marriage T/eremonieawhich took place at once. It was a neat paternalfreak. Not near as neat as that of a fond parent we know of. He heard his daughter and her fellow 1 plan an elopement. The next day the old man waited upon tho young one mid addressed him thus: You 'rea fine, brave youth, and I don't object to you for a sdii-in-law*- Here's a hundred dollars to aid in the elopement. Mav you live happily- in the sumo house,and may no accidents occur to throw tho least shade on the sunshine of your life. All I request is, that you elope with -my. daughter—she 's a mighty nice girl, you know, but somehow her mother and I could never travel smoothly wjth ...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, MANS-.FIEL1>, TIOGA COUNTY, PA. F.A.arrxj'zrv. F. A. Allon, Principal, Professor of Natural and Mental Science. J. T. STREIT, A. M., Professor of Languages. CHARLES H. VERKILL, A. M., Professor of Mathematics. Mns. 1. M. PETERSELIA, Modern Languages and Drawing. Miss SUE E. CONARD, B. E., Engh. Branohos. Mrs. MARY J. BRIGGS, B. E.. Prinoipal of the Model School. I. Q. HOYT, Professor of Vocal and lijirtrumontul Hasio. Miss ALICE B. SEELEY, Assistant Instructor of Musin. SCHOOL YEAR 1867--8. First Term begins September 4,1867, Second term begins Deoomb'r 0 " Third term begins Maroh 23, 1868. EXPENSES PER TERM OF 14 WEEKS. Fall and Spring Torm, including board, 1 room ront, tuition, book rent, fuel, oil, and washing, $60 00 Winter Torm, 6400 Day students, tuition and book ront, 10 00 Total expenses for school year '.$134 00 No extra charges. Rooms furnished with stoves, chairs, tables, stands, pails, bedsteads, mattresses, pillows, and ono comfortable. ...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Who appreciates the fact that there is any great importance attached to such a . commodity as a P ill ? It is generally supposed that anybody can make them, as all can take them. But visit the laboratory of Dr. J. . C. Ayer and you will be disabused'of * the'ideathat it is a trifle to make . ' any medicine and adapt it to the w-ants of millions of men — to so adjust it to their needsand so cure their complaintsas to make them its constant customers in all the zones. Physicians find it requires some skill to adapt their doses to a single patient task them if .it is not an intricate problem, to adjust a purgative pill to the necessities of untold numbers, so that it shall benefit them nearly all. Dr. Ayer's laboratory supplies 60,000 doses of his Pills per diem, or 19,000,000 a year.— Think of that Esculapius! Well may it whiten the head of anyiman to" administer to that amount of suffering, and especially whenas is here evident, everything ia done with the extremest nicety and ca...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

A woman writes tou 9 to advise All women to carry revolvers to protdct themselves and their daughters from the attack of ruffians, as -she considers that our laws and society makes verv inadequate provisions for the protection of women.- As proof of this she instances several of the worst outrages that'have been committed recently in various parts of the country. If women do not possess .revolvers and cannot get t}iemshe advises every woman to curry about with her a box of ground red pepper I) and .throw a handful into toe lace and eyes of any one who may seem disposed to make an attack. We have httlejfaith that the arming of women would make them any freer from insult andloutrage than they are now; but of the two .methods of defense mentioned we Should say the pepper would

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Cukiods Circumstance.—A few SMtex.8tM^iP^S«<^^?J} : trf!S}g8ft?., was ing on hia door. On Asking the question "what is wanted^? he was told that they wanted to see him. He asked who it was that wan ted to see him, and was told it made no difference. He jmforined the applicant that he could not see him under those circumstances, when he was asked if ho would lend some money, that they wanted to borrow some. He replied.that he did not lend money that time of night, and after parleying the person left, got into a carriage ancT drove off". This seems ;to be a mysterious affairand our police must keep a sharp look-out or they w,ill be outwitted by the numerous sharpers that seem toabound in this vicinityii-Bradford Argua.

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

A side track has been recently laid at the north end of the Corning Warehouse for loading heavy freight into the carsfrom the Ware-house or direct from the boat. A boat is now unloading a quantity of iron ore from Lake Superior. r It is hoisted by a derrick and dumped into the cars. This ore is a portion of one thousand tons purchased by the Mansfield Iron Company to melt with that mined at Mansiield. It contains about seventy per cent of iron. The Mansfield ore yields about thirty five per cent. We learn from C. O. Denison that the Mansfield Co. aro also tp receive one thousand tons of Lime stone and two thousand tons of hard coal for the melting of the united ores.— Corning Journal.

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Accidents.—The present week opeua up [ fruitful of accidents. On Monday morning Richard C Dingier was engaged hauling in grain when, the horses becoming^unmanageable, tho wagon upset falling upon him and breaking his leg above the knee. He was attended by Dr. McKinney and ia doing as well as could be expected. On the evenlug of tho same day William Nepley, of Porter township, fell off the dam at Phelps Mills dislocating hjs wrist. He was successfully treated by Dr. McKinney. This is a more dangerous accident than a simple broken bone would bebut we-have no doubt that if he takes care 'of himself the Dr. will bring him through.— Vidette.

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Hie' SiitatflL —r~ . » " ^— " " -' ' • ,) • ' • - , . ' WBIiLSBOBO, PJBNN'A. [¦ fi WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7, 18(^7. Rekb^li ca n State Nojji^ation. JauDGK or nis supbfmk court, H)? kfi* -W. ' WILLIAMS, OF AI.I.EGHEHY. - '

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Dr. Tyno has scandalized such of the Protestant Episcopal Churelvas tithe the mint and neglect the weightier matters of the judgment ahd the law, by preaching in a Methodist Church building. We see "that the Doctor ia to be disciplined by the wax-caudle part}', but apprehend that-the Almighty will excuse him, as tho Christian world in genral will honor him. Had he broken each of the Ten Commandments there would not have been so much noise made as he is doomed to hear now.

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Ohio ( l' SSatis f ?, tl "'<fruple in Cleveland, vir oil l'. arreled - W«J the husband, eon-Sfe»P^"'°^'K'" d ^ the ne*t day they took different trafns ( he going to Toledo in hlte™?^™* of Ins loss, and she to her ¦ friends in Indiana, with the money.! Qnat in

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

After many years of exileKossuth has been restored to the councils of his country. He hasjust been unanimously elected to tho Hungarian Diet. DARlNCt Bobbery.—A bold act of robbery was perpetrated at the residence of Mri-GeoiKe GlltJBrtrnear Lindenon Saturday flight last. The thieves ef* iected' an entrance througb^h^ Vvincfowl Went into itio room wher&.MtV Gilbert and hid j|gfe were sleepftoj&&j|$u« his pactets, and carried off/^QcaKjth' OT was standing in the roomwhich? con-, tained a considerablenmount of uionef. They also carried oil" two or three hams, a lot of cake and othet provisions. Th<? loss in money waa over a hundred dollars, mostly specie which they had been hoarding for a long time. Mr. aud Mrs. Gilbert must £>e sopnd sleepers, or elae the thieves were very sileut operators.— Jersey Shore Vedette.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

. amm A L T E ' » A li r " ;Soodtipie and harVest artf frdmJBetl to"fcU; The season is b' abkward, " and ^ cold, a n^' wet, But there's tirao for plowing and sow ing " yet .- ': / • And thoro'll bo Sprhrft- and Summer, i n4 Fall—OF course' tbero will bo & Spring) uj^£ummcr; and there hns beon already i v » - B^/^ ALL .JJi lN uPSC i ES FOR . GROCERIES, i i f I ;. \ . ~\~- ¦ :¦ • . ' | -VI ¦ ¦ ¦ ' indiio-fortb. ¦ ' Porhapa l you niaj ' think tno ' soason a as corns i< ¦ 'tother-end foremost At tue 'BEE-HIVE EXCHANGE/' but I expect to spring _ A MINE OF WEALTH . . -- /I Ctl? <rc? xti< hi: H £'& ti jpon the customers who patronizo me ; and I ' did not keep over £LAST SUMMER'S GOODS, you know, and therofore shall . furnish articles as FRESH AS SUMMER ITSELF. <. Evon MY LIVERPOOL SALT is fresh as salt can bo; and B UTTER MAKERS who want to command bost prices for butter must use Liverpool Salt. And furthermore liaten', O, ye T—He's I' I have a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

NEW SPRING 1 GOODS I ^ " ' -. •'• • ' - " '! -" •. 1 ;. -..) ¦ : ¦ ; W- ¦ At- *r^E COMPANY SiORE ., m i mhtm m .;».: £iU ' ¦ '' • ' * ig'f tu^ ji tis;vj : ' i*- ~ -:,,|,, ^ TTTTE havo just i;ecoivod a .now and w^jll »e-Y_y\ leered stooK of Qoods adapted' i6 l tbe spring trtdoionin ' ro prcptrrod to otfor a t BXTER. ns^prtmoijtaijd,, -i , j . ; - f.¦ ¦ ' »! I- ' ' ' I. '' - i .' ,' ! .I". , BETTER BARGAINS, r <?, •• '• •: ¦ • ' 'I : : ::tf ' t i than,any other . Store iu Tipga or adjoinine. cbiihtlos: ' • • ' ¦ ¦ - ^ ' •¦ • ¦ .; - Pl Our oxpsrienooiaa taugbt . us to buy .:>• •'• • .'-I?! WVtV. ' : ,- . ¦' . ¦ • •* ¦ =. ' > GrOOD <BfOODS; .'. i j - - ' i. . • . t :..... l and no others , thereby gain and hold tho oonfi,-dence"of «ot5r euitomerai ' iTHdy/are anrotof getting OpQDfiOQDS , and for. LEjSS MONEY than they oan get them elsewhere, and this is Why tho ' ¦* . ' ; - - • ¦• -- V0MPAN&- 7 &TdIZiB ' . - ¦ < , . is 'obristantly th...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

p. m mim&m*& go . • sfey^l^iBEM, I' >. • ...•:».!r.*^i .i, U !'..l:il,,,!. . ii;p i V-j-.--' ii'>3ou'vr/ j . -.;., " .r,v- ; - ¦ .... - ... '¦¦ ¦ . ¦ ,1.1 : 1 „, ¦ ¦: .,,; ,. ' . . ., _ ;-,,, . DRlTaS,, ^ HBtoCtNp, " ^fepfT 1 MED' TOtNEs, P&ihte, oils; ^in- r 1 P0W^GLASS,& PUTTY,.. ^ Have come down to 6ld prices at last. WE do ' njot hesitate to aay: thdt wa lavo {ho 'Lorgoat Stock of" ", -, .. ¦ ¦ PURE ' ~ tiNGLlSli JDRUG& . . ; *..3mD.iciNESt . ; rtTIRT IJHJilftRS; ¦ ^ANKEE NOTIONS, * FANCY " AEViCLES, TOILtT SOAP , C .^OTU , HAIH, TOOTH & NAIL ; • BRUSHES, ' MlRRGfeS, < '¦< WINES & LIQUORS, &C, EVER BROUGHT 1XT0 THIS MARKET. Wo hnvo also tho Largest £>tock-'of PAINTS. OILg; OL ' ASS AND, P^TTY,, - ¦ ' . ' ¦ ' ¦¦ ¦ ¦ \ Sudh us . - Pure White Lead, Pure White ' Zinc, Linseed Oil. Conch :Vnrnish;, Farniture'.Varnish; Yel¬ low Ocb.ro, Venetian Red, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Gr...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 7 August 1867

Here they Come ONE OF JMW,LAB:ei Wotifc "' ' ' ' ' f OF 1/ GOODS, EVERY THING YOU WANT. t. i. uimmm & go., : " i . • j, - TTAVK JUSTrPURCHASED a largo^tock of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, ¦: • ' j " ouibraoing a general and complete assortment of . -, J fc o DRY GOODS, ¦a FANCY OOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, tmA a CALICO to a SILK. CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, DOMESTICS,*-Y A N K E-E NOTIONS, HATS and CAPS, CLOAKS,. SHAWLS. BOOTS & SHOES, | 1 J READY-MADE CLOTHING i i HARDWARE, CROCKERY; PAPEi HANGINGS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, 1 I Groceries, ' FLOUR, PORK, FISH, SALT, IRON, NAILS,. FARMING TOOLS, STONE WARE, ANY THING YOU WANT:-p These Goods havo boen selected with (;real care. Since tho decline, a large por,tU<fi . of tbum direct from tho munufu ' eturcr. We propose lo sell them cheap for the Greenbacks. All kin.If of Produce taken in exchange for Goods. ¦ II' ' T. L. BALDWIN & CO. Tiogo, Pa., Mm 1, 1867. .. o ;

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