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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

In I860, by the census, there were 76,-000 black people living in yennsylya nia. Probably, the number has been increased to 80,000. Philadelphia has a larger number, than any other county, that is 28,000. They support seventeen churchesworth $225,000, with a membership of 5440, and 1,700 Sunday school scholars. They have twelve or fifteen free schools, with a daily average attendance of 2?00. -' There arethirtyfour negroes in the city whose/combined wealth amounts to one million three hundred and fifty-eight thousand dollars. .The' richest man is Stephen Smith, a lumber merchant. He owns seventy-five houses in fee simpleand is worth not'less than three, huutired thousand dollars. Harris Lindsay, a bounty broker during the war ; is worth tfaohundred-and fifty thousand dollar?. Five artists and a number of excellent musicians receive distinguished mention. Among theJatter is the " Black Swan."— Piit8bvTg 'Q azeite. S - ~i -— ¦ • : 1. ' ' The river rose during Tuesday night to an o...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

Such Stuff as dbeams abe- Made of.—The Irish papers cohtain^roman-,tio story 1 , substantially aa follows: -/ -Jlhaiifc >amlt/A,mt\nr?»a, -PgO) B. ganifoman who resides in the county of Gnlwaydreamed that he had been instrumental in saving the life of a lovely and accomplished young lady, who would have been dashed to pieces- had it not been for his timely aid. The fair !one was so deeply engraven on his mind, that when, he awokebeing a tolerably good artisthis first impulse was to make a sketch of itwhich he improved from day to day, until it was rendered as perfect aa possible. On a. bitter cMd nightsome months subsequently^Tiile the dreamer was comfortably esconsed in an arm chair before a blazing fire, he was startled by the screamof a female. In a moment his overcoat was hurried on and he shortly arrived on the stiot whence the cries proceeded. In a deep ditch by the side of the road, a horse was kicking and'plunging in a fearful manner, attached to a jaunting -'ear ...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

1 . " ^^"^"^^^ T^OH SALE.—A good . HOKSE, sound nnd Tj kind, fiva years old, weight 11(10 lbs. Id-5uire of ' PETER WORTENDYKE. Bust Charleston, Apr. 24, I867J- * . . $5.00 Eeward. . _ - ¦ ; LOST between Cherry Flatta nkd Wellsboroa Fitch Ladioa' Fur Collar, ^he hpne*t finder Will get the ttboye fewnid by bringing the tame to N. Aohor's Clothing Store, Wfellsboro, or Noal <t Auerbaob, Blossburf. Apr. 24, 1867. BOOT AND SHOI? SHOP. WM. B. VAN HORN had' moved hi a Shoe to tho building on the corner of Wain and Pearl Btreotsj rear of Roy's Slock, wiioro ho is prepared to fill, all orders in the line of Boots & Sboes 9 on short notice, qnd in a ' cjonoor surpoBsod bj none. ' Repairing done promptl rand cheap. Apr. 2*. 1867. W. B VAN HORN. " - Orphans' Court Sale. IK pursuance of on order of i to Orphans Court made on tbo 1st day of Apr 1,1887,1 will expose to sale by public vendue a ¦ the Court House in the Boro of - Wollsboro> Pn,, on Saturday, the 25th day of ...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

,PUPFBE'S I PATENT FARM GATE. I (Patented Sept. 11,1866.) I claim (oi it. , « 1st. The chonpoBt, most convenient, and most durable Farm Qato in nse. | ¦ 2d. A»y : farmer can make it with the use of a saw and bainnujr. < i I 3d. lt:does not sag tbe posts, and cannot be blown op%i6r «b,ttt. '. } i 4th. Ittt ' notobsttoctedbyicoor'anow. ' I 5th. It*stroneor tbjtn any other gateypd¦« equally -sofwhen open or shut, and oatmot be blown opeffior'sbat, npr does the hardesi) wind affect it wH|n open. • . . " . ? I On tbe hBbve claims onrf ttpcaaUy in regard to ittclieapneta, durability, and canvmienee, ma dtfy competmon. ,It ls.a new gate and has been bat a short tipio before tbe pabllo, but in all esses It has toTcoti the preference over all other gatet. I It oo?ta, including posts, ' only. $1^5 to $130, and farmora can mnko thorn at even less than ithis-fit%'<2( ' do ttol cott more than an ordfagry pair of oar#. .V / ' j ' j Township rights for snlo on terms vary profitab...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

"What wfll you do with Canada?"—writes a friend who goes in for purchasing, what " we hi|ve not already , of the Norih American continent. We reply: Canada is destined to become an independent Eepublic under -Canadian auspices. We are opposed to, ihe absorption of Canada, were the s absorption by consent of {lie parties, interested, and without the expense of a dime; to the absorption of Mexico under any circumstances. This country is large enough. Lust of dominion is the bane of nations. - It so diffused the strength of Rome that shelapsed into imbecility. History is filled with such wxecks, and thiB ' country cannot reasonably hope to escape the penalty of infracted law. Not anothef'foot of territory, say we. Better to set about improving- what we have. ~It is" the work of twenty centuries. " More acres! more acres!" cries the grasping man. " More improvement of what I already have, " is the motto of the wise husbandman. " ,

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

The Bichmond (Va.) Examiner is opening its eyes to the virtues of the negro .character. A recent leading article begins as: follows : There must be something radically wrong in the head or heart of any man who could viey, without much admiration, the general demeanor of the colored people of this commonwealth during and since the war. We merely express the feeling of every fair-mindedj man when we pay a willing tribute to fthe fidelitv. honestv and dilicenen wlf.h which they discharged their duties as slaves, while their masters were absent in ftie fieldand to the extreme modera. -. tion with which " whefn let alone, they > conducted themselvesin the change from their servile condition to :their present state of freedom. , - "'..- ' "When we remember these facts, we gather confidence thatin the discharge of the new duties thrust upon them by the late action of Congressthey will disapoint the hopes of those who are now desirous to see that conflict of races begun which the...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

We hold that every man should have a fair chance for his life; and to afford the jpeople of Tioga an opportunity .to judge of the standard of "spotless reputation " elevated by the Ly coin ing De * mocracy, we publish the following from the Standard published at Williamsporfc.; V '. ' " H. A. Gdbiinsey. Keq., as was nnnouneod in last week's Standahi^, hag been appointed by the President and confirmed hy tbo Senate, ns Collector of Internal Revenue, for'this Congressional District. Wo need scarcely say, this selection gives general satisfaction and tbo appointment waa eminently fit to be made. The fact that iuch Diu-Vmou (Radical) journals as tbo West Branch Bulletin, and the Tiogn Countj"Agitator, have teen horrified nt Mr.. 0uebnbev's oppolntmentand confirniation, and as a consoquonoo, aro unsparjog in their abuse of his good name and unsullied reputation, is—we repeat,—the most irrefragabJe' evldegco they coald potisibly give this community ' oThis eminent qualifications for t...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

U; S. EevenueColi,eutoh.—The appointment of H. A. CcURNSEi, JpJsq.as Collector of Internal Hevenu e for this Congressional district; can n >t fail to be gratifying) to his numerous personal friends and to the l!>emocracy generally; Jle Ss highly competent, a sound and energetic Democrat of r long standing, an efficient buBinessjnan, of strong and most generous impulses. Mr. 6. was formerly, when a very young man, a citizen of pllnton countjy, and * vre ¦understand his appointment/was- made mainly in compliment to Bpme of his old frienda here.- He will prove- an «fflcient and highly popular officer. — :O.inton DemocraL ¦ \ I . - The Philadelphia j^cm in consequence of ite largely increstsfid circulation andfor the purpose of fdrn jshlng ita SBbBpribers at aa earlier. Hour in " the morning with/the jmp orthan it ha? been enabled j» do heretofore, has Drocaredaneight ^ cyltnder prm, , and Increased theelz© of the paper by addinK anlnsiitoeacheolnmn. B

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

_ NOTICE OP C APPEALS!, » TT 8. EXCISE a?A3^! ]!i ghteenth Coileo. . U • fion District of Pennsylvania, comprising tho oouutics of Centrd, : jycoming, Clinton, Tioga and 'Potter. ' i Notice is hereby given, pun nnnt to tho provisions of Section Uth of tbo Jet approved July 13th, 1866, tbat the Hat of valuations, assess meats or enumerations, mado under the Internal Revenae Laws, nnd taken by the several Assist ant Asseasors_of this District; will remain open at their offices for the space of ten days prior to the dato Qzodto bear appealjs, for the examination of all persona interested. .The Assessor will receive and determine appeals, rolotJTo " to crroneona or excessive valosatioDJ, at his offica, in Bellefonte, Contro conntyj V m~ifui^OsfnATP, TtJESDATT, and WE0JSTES. 3>AYv tfio ISth, 14lh, and JSth day* r of MAT. 1667. , -'' .-" ¦ .. - - ¦ AH appeals to tho Assciboi mtigt be made in writing, specifying the matto* rospoottng whlot a decision its requested and staling th...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

WEDNESDAY, ' A^B. 54, 1867. OIROtriiATION I, 1 ? 6p. 'Last week the compositor made us state the price paid for jjBussian America as $17,500,000. We wrote it, $7,500,000 in gold: or about $10,000,000 currency. ^?he price was large «nough withoat exaggeration. S~' ~-: ~ v jFor the first time : irimany'years the Republicans have carried the charter election In Jersey ^ City. The majority Is about as large as the Johnson ^ majori ty in-Connecticut. \- B^ia somebody the counterfeit presentment of a masculine dungbiU fowl to lend 7 Is the tide on the ebb? • •.

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

A few days . ago Judge Sharkey, of .Miftalaa'FP*».afiked ififlifi J»- flJA-ft--«">««« in the supreme-Courfc.for an' injunction to restrain the President from, enforcing the new Mllitary^district law. Chief Justice Chase refused leave to file the motion, on the ground that the- Supreme Court could not restrain the Executive while he remained, iniiis proper sphere. The Chief Justice^tated that the Executive is supreme in the execution of the laws, just as each co-ordinate branch of the Government is supreme in its own department. The President must enforce the law until it be declared unconstitutional, or until Congress shall repeal it. -

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

It is a well known fact that a hen cackles loudest over the small, shell-less egg. • . i We are reminded of this fact by ttie long-continued and noisy cackling of the Democracy oyer the Connecticut election. J21ectln£ their Governor by a majority less than 1000 in a vote of 92,-000, one would suppose that a season of silent gratitude would be quite as ap-: propriate to the occasion as anything.— However, it is narrow to grudge them on«if little hour of rejoicing ont of so many days of humiliation; and cursing as they have endured since 18C0. . #

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

-Qov. Patton, of^Alabamain a recent letter toLieut. Qov. Voorhies, of Louisiana, Bpeaks very sensibly: with reference to the Reconstruction Law, as follows: , '• - . , ' . "lam clearly of the opinion that an appeal to the Courts would accomplish no good. If a test case were brought before.the judiciary, it would open utf a series of the mo3t complicated questions which, perhapsever engaged tneattention of any tribunal. Questions of such vast magnitude could not speed ily be disposed of. They would necessarily require much time; and before a conclusion, could hi reached the Southern $tat§9,in all probability, would be fully re-organized under the Congressional plau." ; ' .

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

Thonias Nast has another graphic cartoon in Harper ' s Weekly of last week. It represents a number of rebel soldiers hiding in a swamp whose gloom may be felt. In the distant, perspective the Connecticut election is represented in the shape of a jack-o-]antem, and toward it the rebels, in hiding are eagerly looking. In the' nearer gloom may be seen the heads of serpents with darting tongues-7-a picture to give/nervous people a nightmare, and traitors a picture of themselves as others see them. ' " ..."

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 April 1867

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

; ;w3iiN^D^ ^^: 'li,' 113^1:^ Wow '' Advertisements. ¦ '', ' i- " " ; ' ' Boot i ndShoe Shqp-r—^ni; B.^Tan ^ Horii, t ,!•, S mall profits, light expenses arid, quick rettfafis ^-W. R. Smi th's. ' Sons. ' .; '•' .- " .; . « . '•"" ' - .. . ^ r Notice of Ap ' pcals^-R; VH. ¦5' orjfer, Awes ' sorl" , "Application for a Charter—J.. re:Donaldson. ' <•- . ' ". f i«'V . -^r. f. Donaldson. Orphans' CourtgaJo—E. A, Kressi Guardian. ' ¦ Duffor*B Patent Fom-Qate-jsGiS. KimbalL &.00ReWttra\/V.Vy , ' -^^? j.. . ¦ -'• ¦ \ » For Sn le—Teter-Wortendyke. ; f^^^ yfe-,^^1 - Korse' Pair of the •' ;Tiqga: Co.' Agrie. ulturai' So? cioty-^Ji ihn DicWtisdn. - •:- «* • ¦ ' . . ¦¦ ' New E iiw^8ears &'Derby, i#- ' ' ' - • ' Ordirisnoe^B. B.Strang. , "*; ' . > • NcW-Tork Markets,—The foirowlng: wholesale prices for Tin dace ruled on Friday, 10th ins^: ¦ Flour?$l <W»®$19—WveatiSpridij^boWinter 340 —Cora-4180—ttets-«0(>rB»rtey-Sl,14—Clover Swd-$ B) I9cr- Hmotby...

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