Wednesday, March 8, 1865

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Agitator, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1865, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania llnesron. or three inwrtioni, and M to fobwKiiMntiMertlon. MvwSwmwteofJlWtBMilfr .___ a OT tuv roseu'tf their man at post-offices lo- LonnediatBly adjOjining.for eonven- entB not tie n BE AaiTAroH is the Official paper of Tioga Co., j in every-neighborhood therein. Sub- tUng on fhe-adyaoee-gay sypteto, it ui6' iM-ag 'u class Jioat to tho mtef eat of advertSsIrs I'roi-'h Cirm. tj idvertisers as liberal as fsrcJiji stay pipsr >r flqurU circulation in Pennsylvania., J jgf A frai" 'ha margin of a-paper, that <h3 :ubjeripUOB is r, NO" J 1 (ions cisired marked upon thins; i BUI? all kiids of Jobbing done i and other BLANKS, constantly on S. F, fj. sttenl inn Courts of Tioga, Fetter and counUe-. i {Wellsboro DICKINSON -H H. W. WILLIAMS, aWi. H. SMITH. Ac SOTITH, AKIt. AT. LA 11', BOUNTY PENSIOM AGEWCJY. Main Street, Wellstoro, Pa. January 4, 1865-1 J. invite overyt oul to bo economical, to examine our t I STOCK AND TRICES I purchasing elsewlqre. A JEKBACH, of Syracuse, N. Y., and 31ossbnrg. Pa. Wellsboro, Dec. C. H. Ti ANTHOlf Y CO., Manufacturers of Photographic Materials, WtfOtESALE 5O1 B'ltOAIDWAV, N. Y- In addition toiour main business of Photographic Jte are Headquarters for the following, viz: Stereoscopes Stereoscopic Views, Of we llavjo an ituiueose assortment, including War Scenes, American and Foreign Cities and Land jronps, Statuary, Ac. Also, -IN SAGS. Two tii'oudscHWi'fln tripping _ stieets of Buston, one sunshiny day, on their way to >choot, chatting; as they went, ana Ap- parently enjojing, themselves right nmrrily, A late rain bad givejn fi ,coatitig of mud to' the Ted ao the children stri JIT daintily; the older.one, a. slight imd deli- (intely fiirmed with a merry dark a'nd I'll 11 rich ringlets, carefully lifting her aoft-shi ning garmehts, ,that they. miRht not be flailed by contaub withithe wet earth. And now thoif way ley, where the sunbeami ptilcd into dimness, as they tainted 'atmosphere lung between they melted shad how two 1B ters by mfiylnbe-yQU ,forgot Jjhe -poor oi.t- natio'n in oast; gatsping. at. [kbqugh fhpn scarce- ftnee ly mind. Vag over_ jof dsrisimr tlwfi upon this lonely I am that child-aroused .the ilatonfc fire of my antl.'iie .continued -more, saftly '-'I thank you fur words; they were ever my incentive in my upward path to honor; I had but to-think, of them, and my .'soul was nerved anew, one inquired whether even the c J 'ieen preserve mat- ..._ irrtiated the bad lost all their import- __ cncugi that the, ruinous war An oltj man on attract- which jad long er was there such joy in ings after there'was a and although the snow with; rain, yet the streets were crowded with and women, eager to participate of' everything the a placard, been- posted up. the city. A few general illuminat o was a foot deep, 1 thank you for them; ,ntid it irfympliant illuminated bjs splen- e'sight or taste of peace. -did countenance, j if -Boston Qaturdayt Siozetfe. The lady, glided ajnny an enornons cowc peronea From to rebuker, and in-less than an hour sat THE of the Chicago of the clock, itt forth .ta neck( Md three loud as tp be heard -outside of the The clock has sjtruck in this flay: is some twenty feet from 'the floor, abVon each aide of which is a chertib or a llttte boy with a mallet, and over the dial ia a anjallbelL The cherub on fhevleft strikes the firtt qnSrier, that on the right the second quarter. "Some fiftyifeet above the dial, in a large niche, .is a bngi figure of Time, a bell in. his scythe bis right band. In front of L young man with a mallet, strMtep third quarter on the bell in the land of lime, and then turns and glides, with 4 :slqw step, round behind Time and then comes oat an old man with A mallet and places Ijiimjielf in front. As the hour of twelve tsomes, toe old man raises bis mallet and s-artkes times on the belt) that echoeathreu ing, And is heard all around agb. Itie.regioTi of tbe church. The old man glides, ISsjhlnd father Time, and, tbe young man comes rBnnd again. As soon as the old tnan Tias twelve and dissappeared, another Bet o? -ma- chinery is put in motiofi, some tweaty feet higher still. It i s thus There Is a high cross with the image of Christ. The instant twelve of tbe apostles walks one in front, turns facing walks on around to hi3 does sa another comes m ftont, turns, large as life, walk round, bow, pass last appears, an enornons cock, perohed nAd" she 'liad been repaid with ccfl- ows uputi the golden for public or private exhibition. Our .-stiioken infant, for rmnnv :ll ..11 jf I s F. BARBER HAIR- DRESSER, SHOP ONE DooR.Nourn.OFj CUNVBKS' STOHE. Ladies' Hair-Culting done in-thu best manner. VTellsboro, Dec 1, 1864. WESTERS EXCHAWOE HOTEL.: K.NOXVIT.LE, BOROUGH, PA. undersigned having 'loiiaei the above Hotel for a term of years would respectfully inforoi [te lrav.ieliDg public that he has put the Hotel in first class order for the reception'of gn'ests ahd_ no 'will be spared ia of travelers and is us tliu situation Till nllow, he will keep n first i elaes llutcl iff 'all things, uvcept piiies, which jlifill be iniJeiuii Plsa-e trj u" and judge for Knusviile, Oct. 1864-ti J MARTIN i DStlUiS MEOICINES. iiu. BLOCK, PA. P. R. WILLIAMS, BE.jS leait. t Hnnoiir.ee to Ihe citi2i.iis'of Wells- ,boro ciiuty, that he lieeps' constantly_on bdflc all of 'V DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Chemicals Vanii-'n, Sonps, Perluloerj, Brushos. In Fiucy (jiuds, Pun1 tt'iucs, brandies, Gins, all'other kinks of Liijuors -of the quixlity. Aii kinds of PATENT MEDICINES viz: 100 Major-generals, 200 Urig.-QenDrab" 275 Coloneln, JttO Lietii.-Colonels, 250 Other Officers, such as Aicr'i Expectorant, Alterative tnd Villa, ___._.....r ...la, Pills and Cherry Pectortl; -Helm- boW'a Unchii, Sarsaparilla and Rose Wash: Mrj. Sothing Syrup; Wright's Pills; ClarkVnn-i Cheeseninn's Pills Hall's Balsam ..Bin- In.nilon Dock'iin HerriofeV Plas- ters; Brnirn'ii Brimehial Troches, Ac., 'Mav25, V P. .R. "OHM M. PHELPS, Deputj Collector of Mans- t field, has. just received a large lor, of Kevenue of denominations, from one cent up to Any Stanps can-get tbeui at my Office in M. BULLARD; Assistant Assossor, Wellsboro, J.'M. PHELPS. Manjfieid, May 2, _ _ P.. If E WELL, DEWT1ST, TIOUA CO'VNTY, PA., prci-art-i t-i uperate in all tUe' improvements in _ the cuiu.ua departments of tilling, cxtraetinjg; in- ftitius; irnficial dentures, ic: j August 10, 1864- ly. Hnu-e which has been open for convenience of the traveling pabKc for a nninber of years, ha? lately been npwly'furnished thronghont and fitted np in as g.ii.A jijle can be found in any country or .H.jioi. The Proprietor doea not j Iresitate in say- iog thai ihere will be no pains spared to add to the comfort of his guests, and make it a borne for them. The be.t stabhng for teams and a good hostler m aHenilanee, all of which can fobnd one mile of Knoxville, Pn. M. V. PURPLE, Proprietor.1 May 25, 1864.-ly. _ i be sent tcnany address btamp. j ALBUMS. Wo were th'e first to introduce these into the United and manufacture' immense quantities in great vametyjrnngingtin pnoo from cents trt) OurALBUMH have the reputation of peupg superior in benntv'and durnbility'toany'stberB. ffhey mil be tent by mail, i RBE, on roccipfcof f.rjoo. I Alban-1 mafld to oi'der. CARD PHOTOGRAPHS. Our Catalogue, now embraces over Jive Thousand dUferent Rllijectf (to which additions are continually beiftg luadt) of Portraits of Eminent Americans about "Statesmen, 130 Divines, -125 Aqthors, vO Artists, 125 Stage, Fifciriincnt Women, 150 Prominent COPIES OP .WOKK5 OF ART, including reproductions at, the moist colebraled En- graTings, Ac. Catalogues sent on receipt of 'Stump. An order tor. One Dozen PIC TORES from our Catalogue will be filled on the re ceipt of 80, and sent by amil, PBEB. Photographers and otaers ordering goods C. 0. D will please repiit twenty-five per cent, of the amonnt with their ordeft B. II T. ANTHONY CO., Manufacturers of Materials, oOl Broadway, New York The prices and quality of our goods cannot fail to sati-fj. i [Nov 16, AXD WINTER 2; Union _J Block. J JEROME SMITH Basjatcly rotuj-noa- from New TorK -uitn a splendid assortment of 6RY GOODS, CLOjCDIJIfG, BOOTi SHOIS, 'GLASSWARS; (HA'TS i DOMESTICS, of, sprtie iq lliat comfocllcBS city Irine- 'The boy and girl movfd slowly bnward, their nbitebrotts bent downward, their bright eyes searehicn for hidden paveetonea; ye ev- eriinon some quick laugh at the Judicrodf fig- ores that Ifatted across their pji h tbrc ugb their ''inQuth Dort't you haru dirty-places, Julia said the hoy as a, few dropsi cryjst.il hiarich attire; sne 'tiaa oeen repaia wun con- fui tbat ean kindle a home as no song V r tempf, thoojtli smoothly worded and delicattly lieart as no hoie expressed by th'e neglected boy, word, with j bind-in-hanc. Warmth in ftra toe' wotflB through. for ,bor anc Printer are engineers t HaVe a bara. then sons'and dnueters of plen- ,'n__i ,eL[ indBp.d 1 When the little aVeft bare, Scorn' not tbe child of poverty, who with ged heights fff TaVfis'ftniiSjiJincared' for and un- nidpji-'' ha naav ffain the dizzyrbfiigbt, while you, decked in the mean- er pnranheralia of wealth, humbly grope together, jSnjgineersf indeed 1 When the little Corsionn bo'mDari td Cadiz afrtbe distance of fivo miles, it was' dsetned the vetj ttionrph of. engineering. is that "paltry range ta tiajf Bombarded tbe ages yet i There at the case and in- to line the Forces' armed for truth, clothed in be mistaken for a cock. Then all i No wonder this clock is the admiration Europe. It was made in 1571, and has per- formed these mechanical powers ever since, ex- about fifty years, wlien it stood for re- pkir U anted the other Lady. Vienna has been stirred lip lately, byi the comical result of a strange love iltory. It seems that ia tho house of one Heir Kobne, a tesch- KtaJued Ihe of hiariobatti ,i the other 'end voo wish that the school jf the It's perfnetly the beaatii creature, with n light Inugh "dear r-----r------------ '-------1" v cj L bu 11 LIU my ivrvca iui 1.1 uuttt ,'t along the montain's base, aW under the very andl in' English. And what can er of language. Dr. Kant, a .yonng lawyer, feet of him who you disdained-. -be1 more noble tbftn tbe equipment of a thought happened to make the acquaintance of a lady i i i _ t.._j._.j and thirty years. ''fr (i inj sterling with the ring of ANECDOTES OF the first action in spear or shie d, tajreiu, and that commission- -r_ ______t which Grant commanded, his troops at B'st ed it when we are den3, to move gradually on lolnokat these th 'y, oan have no gained a_slight Advantage over the confederates, to "the last 'fiyUWeJ of recorded time." This sensibility of refinement; how dirty, hove1 con They begaqjo plunder the Confederate camp is to win a victory Vbira death, for this has no temptible th'ey goodness that ia spite of 'nil that Grant could do tp stop dying in it. I we were born rich." them. At kst Grant who knew that The Printer called a Jaborer, and the of- is "rate reinfordements 'were coming up, got some flee he performs oil Oh, it is not work, but to, excite laughter, warf a.nt of his'friends to set fife tp the camp, so us to a rite is performing, when he thus A larger and hciippeiirs to atijp the pluntjoring. Then he got his troops sights" that is to fling.a worded picking not the letters un that scrap of paper together, as well as he could, and retrated truth uftgrander eni'ves than missies e'er before -__hab! buVin the meantime, the confederate rein- it into the bosom of an age let us, bear fo'rcements came up, attacked Grantnnd ce- yet unbqrn. iHe brows off hisieoat indeed: fcatcd him. There were five Colonels uncer but we yonder rather he does not put Grant had1 notrby, any means supported bis shoe's from off JJiu feet, for the place where- "him eflfefttUftlly in his attempts toistop on he stands is boiy1 ground, plundering and cblllect his troops. Mr. Os- A little song w 13 uttered somewhere long burn saw Grant a da> two afterwards, ago; ,i-wandered toi the twilight feebler than when he expected ld> be deprived-of bis ccm- a star; t died Uf on the ear; but the Printer nniiid otr account the defeat. He said, takes it yp wbere it was lying there in the Why dp youTiorWpoWTtre colonels silence a winn'ded bird, and he sends are "the men to blame for not carrying ont it from the Ark11 lad' had preserved jt, and it yoqr orders." taid! these of- .L nr fajershad never been uflder before; they Stand still, Arthur, do, and inrn we can wait a moment." A few pncep them eat a boy of sottife thirteen hntiess, bboeless, and wit" very scant frock-and trousers; the latter a mafs df pntchrsi if, tangled .and thiok, hung over In1? downcirft and fais hands, sUmcd with Jnl or, grnsiped alhttle torn piece of now-pupor, x uch be evidently picked out of th'e mud. Sic ..bsortied was b? tai-k that he did n it rotw-e the- fair and high bred young strangerj whoi atopd regarding him with thought ess jut subduedjnir the %iy, leaping his broSsnjfaoe on ibin clcnclied' hnndn, murmurs ;uiionnscious y l Wofc [hen have I flies into tbe fn tore I with the olive-branch of t t peace, and aronnc. the world with melody, like OiU know an, pffoir if was the dawning of 4 spring morning. ihoj btive had a, lessen-which t jey will not ;or- 1 ..._ _.ti H a get I neyer i see by A MAN WIT; .n. IT u witty lawyer in llart-'ord, was busy with a case at wtiich a was present, with whom he ENGLISH L ADOS' DRESS SATINS. TWEEDS AND pSNTOCKY JEANS, B'RENCH iCASSIMllRES, PULt CLOTHS. As" fne Jiild psclsiming thus, 'li tci his pycs sorrovrfu1 ily 'frttn the tattered bi" will answer. it, t icy tbe same again, I 'cio i fhnt thoy 'of the is becter aiwady had stoe-thing W do as a witness, that I should loose my ]that must jjer husband dinjinutiva, the should loose serv'ces meek, sort of in tbe language of Mr. looied like a red roobter just'fished put of a swill while was a .portly woman, evidently .called to-his slock of. Black abd Figured Dress Silks, Worsted Good 3 j N Black and Figured DeLainos, jOng and Square 'iShuvfls, Ladies' Cletb, Opera ic. Purchasers will find that i No. pnion Ma is the place to buy the quality lowest prices. 1 Wellsbord, Nov. 16, 1884-tf. gcaj Grant did not Inpso his command, better As on tbo former cccas- the -cross examination. hnd a march of twenty miles, part d' it c tiling lawyer was pressing the question with nr bitter cold night. Grant called a couab 1 of gency, when she i aid, with vindictive fire flash- war to consider whether th'eyi should attack t g to''the top thiow tho of tangled curls, and hip bold black eyes'felt before their familiar' stare. n, I i WUt IfM UUUO1UUK W-UQbtftDt- UUWMBVI MVVWW ha 1'" said i le richly felid youth; careless- the foj.t at onoet QJJ give -he trou is a ly. I've got a bfuther ouly'five years old, At day M rept. The officers in favor mod hotiiW ihati'that. fA big Grant said, nothing riin ,il they all had given their opinion; then hejaid, "There Mr. .Chapman ssnuoj _ ig tt debitor come itt this us see iMndttWt hoVeo't ?a7 tpsac hfluio. who can read iJi" boy h, ________ tew. I Why donrt you To'school >1 echoed ing ih her, Mr- fchaomian, you needn't think you can catch me; you've trifed that once before 1" Putting on his most'quizzical expression, slightest desire to burdened with some The lady, being unmarried, evinced particular "interest in the young, shy, and rather abashed man of law. She made love to him, in fact, vary strongly, and persuaded blm visit her her bouse. But, alas he loved another l.ridy. One whdle coversing with the doctor, she said i With your favorable idea of may I ask if yon ever thought of marrying Dr. Kat; sighed; and bis eye rested on tbe ground, hesitatingly mut- tered in I have already thoughjb of marrying, and made ray choice, the lady hastily interposed. he continued, the key is rich and I am poor I am afraid I could hardly aspire to her bane, and rather than tax myself with sor- did designs I will bury my passion in my breast and leave it unavowed forever." At to early hour of the following 'day she, however, betook herself to a solicitor, an4 in legal form declared her wish to present and 'hand over as his. sole iproperty the sum of guilders to Dr. Kant. Whea the document had heen signed, countersigned, and duly com- pleted, %he eat down in the office, and enclosing it.in an elegant envelope, added a following effect: I Dear have much pleasure staole in the of your me, Dr. and no wiislhe addres- sed, was tbe happiest man in, he world Te- ceiviug this generous epiatlft. Repairing at once to the narents of Fraujein Fisahelrjthe lady of his love, he proposed for and reeeired the band of a girl who had been flattered by bis delicate though unavowed attentions. His rdply to Alice Martini, besides conveying his sincerest thanks, contained two carts de visits, linked together by the significant rose colored ribbon. Hiss Martini forthwith jsued the hap- py bridegroom for restitution, jut, as no prom- ise of marriage bad bee.n' mace, the case -was, f ii nei Street aiid til" Arelivr WELLSBORO, PA. 1 B. B. HOLIDAY, Proprietor. One of the most popular Upases in the county. TSis Hotel the priocipnl Stage-house in Wellsboro. leave Vlnily' as follows' For TiogiV at 9 a m Fpr Troy, at 8 a. in For Jorsoy Sh ra every Tuesday and Friday 2 p. m., for Coadersiort. every Tuesday hnd Friday m. Siittt, Aitim From Tiogi, at 12 1-2 o clock P- m- From Truy, at 6 o'clock in. From Jeftey Shore, Tueid iy and Friday Hi From Conders- T.-.-. 1 ,y aa 1 Fri.Hy "it a m. S. B Jimmy Cowdon, the1 wetl-lcnown hostler, "ill be found on hand. 5, 18C4-ly. ___ 'toliisfecr, on the brotnenandjieterj EOR undersigned wishes to' of his Farm.In Covlington township, ly- axu0i_j_f h'wntin nf mg on Elk ot an4 generally JtRovp fanm." It'contain" acres improved. The soil is of the'jejcy .t the cleared portion is entiri is well wctej-ed and hn j want to buy, a good Farnj. tage to payfthiaoneaviBftneCofottej Good warrantee 4ee4 Pur terms appTy to ft- H Pottw, MidJleUurj Center or tp teyi Book- nean well. Cbejrry J. lips quivering his fiental r black eye, Bfifty drojps trembling on f's 'lids, BaiSMng5 firt, es though they would and IjlaHtlhe selish i Husband iookito me as if by two successive courts, decided against The husband faint y smiled assent. _ l T A TOO papers claim sir. When were] t i, r General Sherman as a native of that eeontty, rtm -ho emigrated to America till the-poor lad 's 1fe TiMi "hero, itaok the confederates, a large number: i u i i it 5 roODSe when cial failure of Amsterdam, It is sufficient to dispose of {hat claim to aay that General Sher- man is a lineal descendant of jtogef Sherman, one of the signers of the Declaration of Inde- pendence. Nothing teaches natienoe like a garden. Ton may go round and Watch the opening bud day to day; bW ft takes'its own-time, corn BOOKS ELLEK American Clocks, Atnerican, Enftlish, and Swjss Watches, Jewelry, Silver. Plated Ware, Spectacles, Picture Fraqies, Photographic Albams, Stereoscopes, Mijrosccipes, Perfumery, Yankee Wishing Taakle and Flies, and Fancy Toilet Ar.tic ess BOOKS <.f every hind uset im the County, constantly on band and sent by'nMil or_oth- to order. NO. 5, VTSLISBOSO, PA, Dissolved by mutual j hereafter be conducted iby VmcherrDilnon j; Bern Arc-authorized SOIiOl Middloliury, JOHN _t.. --f! ,r T j t -i. jfiopr.a; The unnormgned hftra this duyr cqi, partnersb p under the naW< Of, Randall fur the trnnsn ction business horVtorore ,-_ oonduclet'by 8. tiennett A Co% t s- will thosp ibuufih! t ess had ei rndair 01-hurried tijv dim en-} Jn H- 'jry.jejw dnrk paslnge, hiasd thit and accordingly, a '.results of a garden, like Fuller re- th them si) 4s to Teqoest a copy. There's no- heeessity for said, fuller, "as yoa hare J a

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