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   Wellsboro Tioga County Agitator (Newspaper) - September 19, 1866, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               VIEDT :CK OF A ON OF THE OF'THE OR to itreuing pain in ongb the Buoha Us. Balmbold'f Buctm, Cnlwfci, jwitb. great can, tofrules of IEMISTRT.1 as the most 1C Jueji. BDCHD free from all injm- 3 ID lt( action. ION OF ALL, I following ie a .og, diffnsiYe, and bitterish, and sti- is gireo chiefly in such as Grav- t.ider, Morbid Ir- relhra, Diseases oS >r the IncontinencB i in the parts COB- baa also been re- Chronic Rhenma- nd 0rop8j." i workron the Prao- elebrated Dr. Phjr- Fnrks on HE" s T J CHEMIST Helmbold; htoeen- my ruaidazice, and tba where i so before him. I d with "nil obaraoter ilGHTMAN, i Chemlttt, eu, Tbilndolphia. JUavk 10.] the COD tinned tawnsman, Mr. H- is atore, next to the feet front, S30 feet ght. It oertiitily peaki e retains his Office rhtch are mqdel induced to aait ibat bil remedies, iRATIONS, refrain ttom to Quackery, or the it of which are who are loo ignorant !t preecriptton, fflach annacentlcal prepar- JS RESORT .iled, inch of popular reawiiM- ,o .tandt SIMPLE. .having Fact foriM liar, Troth nlone ftr t- and the afli" sed medicine, or a s ur ingredients be mannfaowrer, M I >A RATIONS ;T BOOHD, ROSE WASH. AND [EDICAU Philadelphia, JOBBING uvt-ry at a iriubly in fulvancfe, by. COBB VAN GELDEH a. roBB.] [r.k. CASH) i 1 week tlweafer. A.luniii'tratornanrt Kxecators NotiroB oaoh. 'NO. 38, b USIWESS W. 'CERBELL, -O. SWAN, .I, GENT for the Lycoming County Insurance TioKtfli'a.. June 5. Attends the Con m fot CO., D'KUOOUTS, anil dmttUgf in Wall Kerosene Lnrapa, Window Gluej, I'ertuiiiery, Paints rtnd Oils, Y., Jan. 1, I8f'8.-ly. MOWLS JOHM i. NICHOLS MITCHBtt, VT'JKNEYS' AND COUNSBliORS AT tAW. ..ifScc formerly occupied hyjamos LowreyyEiq. A. NICHOLS. JUBH i. MITCHELL'. U'illsboro, Jun. 1, 1888-ly. H. AND COUNSELOR AT LAW iysurance, bounty and Pension Mam Jau. 1, 1S66. (iuod utabling, attuohod, and aii attentive hoi- tier always.in attendance. E. Proprietpr. UNION HOUSE. >.r {FArinerljf Jlarrt HoteU] 'ij! MINOK WAIRINS, Proprietor., This! bouse la situated oq Muin in Wellsboro, and la i surroundod with beautiful shade .treos, anj.haa all tbo ueceasu'ry u j ly Lightning Exln-ess, BnT- falo, and the West. a.m., Ms.11 jvain, SdndWfciJexcepted, for Buflalo and Dunkirk. i p. Emigrant for the. West; laja-excented, for __ __i tiiei, wt icft wilb the Atlantic ft tt, W. ItaUtiay, and at'iniflglo With- the' Take''Shcre' Railway if for polnttSredt'.ana Wnth. Peace .I.hev.spent tlu'-otlie. Closes iiicidept to the marsiccL South, he, has practised upon the max- F. WILSCS. J. B. has re- i office rilled many of the vacancies with sympathizers of treason, in the h'he has rehioved the proved ami trusted patriot and selected the equally IUjRN'EYd COUNSELORS AT Kir.it door.from Itigoney'a, oil the v.'iil tu business entrusted lo their-earu n the Tioga ami Potter. WeiUborn, ilan. 1> 1S66. Pj W. CLARK, A u.n-rKY Tio; Miiv 9. OGORGE Ail.olC. iShup first do.or north of L, A. Sears's N.....B nh'iio, Fitting, and Repair- duue promptly and well. Pa., Jan. -.1, 1866.-ly. JOHN B. SIIAKSPEARE, lATEHAND TAILOR. Shop over Bowen's. ?e3oud floor. Tilting, and linne promptly and in best stylo.' HVlljhuru, Jan. 1, ]8B6-ly __ the county. Thia Hotel is the, principal j j at Great lljnrl for Scrantou, f] Stage-house jn Welleboro. Stages leave daily NewToMtVrnil Balth p.'m.: From Troy, at 6 o'clock p. tn.: From Jer- sey Shore, Tuesday and Friday 11 a., m.: Frqta Couderaport, Mondny and Thursday II a. N. Cowden, the well-known host- ler, will be found on baud. "'.Wellaboro, Jan. 1, WM.iB. BARR, Geu'l i'ass. Agent.: H. fleii'l Snp't. Bloasburg earning, R. JOHN I. MITCHELL. .i.K.NT l.ir tho colloct'iouut'bouuiy, back jmy pensions duo foldiers from tho Guvorn- Nichols aud Mitchell, 0 F Loaire Corning. .._... .ArrjTe.. 00 a 5 15 p i 3Op liB. Trains Wilrarr.iiniruV. Westward Erie Mail Trail.'..7: 20 a n, Erie Ex'as 00 p Jri KlrairaMail Train6-60ip in A. L. IriEB, E. Expreua rniln.-4 20 a m "Eluiivtv 46 ii in J Spring Goods, Games, Tiogfa County, Fa. C PROPRIETOR. This is a ii w h iU'l JiKTntetl within easy access of the -n fishing and hunting grounds in 'North- i I'ennsvlviinia. No pains will bo spared ni'-, pleasure seekers and public. [Jan. I, Pennsylvania House. HAZ1.KTT PROPRIETOR. JUST RECEIVED' i -r. J 6, MLJ iv JA. TIOGA, PA. AT Trains will Arrlveanil Deparffrom troy, na follows i Moving South. "Moving North. ,c jgNo fix press, p it Kxpross, p a.v A K Way Fii-ight, 4: p >r Coul A'B Cbiri 1-25 r H S. STOVBB, Snp't. WHtSALI BB jIG ,111.- lia 11, pn lately rt'iiovaUd uml re- "-ill bf- HJViruil tu iclnle. IIS J. IIEKVKV AND Al'LAW, II w Building, I'niil St. ,-linltiiai.rf. Levin tiale, fit Law, I i., I, Atl'y ul Law. Kuv. J. Ii. Kuv. "lloory flionr. D Ci.n- Cr i. A Ci... I- iii.ro, ('11., ,-Sln-rry, J.ilin F. .Mf-lilton, Esq., Hubert Law- M f.'.ui .-uri.urinn.l. K. ii-niy i TrK HA vi! JUST t f aiul well utilecied we are selling very LOW FOR CASH yard (-heeling for Heavy yjtrtl wido sheeting OTllliK IN RECEIVED A NEW stuck of goods, which READY PAY. 25 AND MEDICINES, AND OILS, _ a distance can depend on having their work done promptly, and seat back in return bioclt, Second Floor! said another, "be -iq.s; that, since Andrew Johnson affllia- want of .governmental support, i Oli- ted with his early slanderers and OUP gafchy matured its power with subtle for eighty years, is unpacalleled "injuries and At QCVClOpCO OlllJ? til 0 shed, the ban- ruont of the Present and the certain agricultural Rerehere onto, the floor, it. sloppy .conlinnation of the Future, invites and distinct from the free labor localities under, foot Cpnpiliation aud us to and less tban one-third of the rejecting his own remedies with African slives. It held four mill- >r restoring the Union, he has resorted iona of human I beings as chattels, yet to the weapons of traitors to bruise and" them the basis of unjust represeu- ____ the membra together; and prevented j beat down patriots. totive power for themselves in Federal first married troubje.- That, after' declaring that none but and State Governments to maintain Jane it arniiKshun to head a ninat loyal should govern tbe reconstructed their enslavement, a party to head. ThejSorfiern del- South, he has uractiaad tinrin muv. It oxcluded millions of free wtiite la- hojiers froni the. richest agricultural of the world forced them to re- toialii, inactive and unproductive, on manufacturing and lumber two-thirds of the whole 8outh, in square miles, and real undeveloped because .these localities were agrieifiturally poqr for slave labor. Glondemned Lh'em toi agriculture, on this airricultural territory, and consign- ed iheui to unwilling ignorance and po- denying capital, and thus strangling enterprise. It repelled the capital, energy, will skill of tin; free States, from the ircn labor localities, by linhiitigaljCd in- toUirauce and the approaches to their slave domain tigaiiifit democracy. book's groaned under despotic lawn against unlawful insurrection- ary aimed at the constitu- tional guaranties of the right to peacea- bly assemble and petition i'or 1-edrews of It iiroscribed democratic literature as incendiary. It nullified (be constitutional guaran- of freedom of speech and the- press. 11 deprived citizensof the other Suites "I the privileges and immunities'1 in injury and (o Norlhejjn and iii -frtsi-i nil ibe l.i.-st jnti-rosts of the Slalerf Alarmed lilt: progri'ssof'denioc-racy in tin: iHi-t' (iiscourageinent. at lasl it "sought immunity secossion aiul war. Tlie lieai't sickens with the eonteiii- the lour that followed liiiins, iniprcssiiieuts, conj-c-rip- with and bayonel. iiiuj-ili'i- of nL'Ud im-ri, who had laid asiiluf ihc implvrfrciitnbf Ijibor, ecn sriinmoiled' flliiew to the the eoiiM-rijilion of their sonv, chilitrcn and grand childreh oni comfort to the verge of ul nolile physical manhood, i-iJ into an unholy wtiragainst those i wlioni tlu-y were identilicd by'.cv- ui-teivs! lonu1 months of inearcera- That every original I'nionisl in tbe South ,who stands fastto Andrew John- son's covenants i'roni IKtll to lias been iurts of tin >hia, of hjtppfuess busted. as'.was this which ia a- -unconstetodshun- snWiij-B v. weeK, ff'.Vra'tf'ihisei'v e6h'3ense'd when ally.keepin of einput and. preventjn em S 'I hey just pass-1 ft'om thelir theDemo- ed through. i ,fcrasj'Souljh could- depend on the Presi- T was a delegate to .flent, cause Tie 'must nev- theii- Eepre- Tbsit he has corrupted the localco in't elected ilior nothin, and.hedn't 'fentat-ives in their seats to beat1 the Ab- by premiums for deliance of ,any, but tjh.e, door, of the I'shnistsin Congressptill- could depend, laws'ofCongressandbyopenly discour- nVyertb.eJess; The on t-ould.depend on' the aging the.obsjai-yance ot 'the oath auainat door'kee'per'wa'si p.'6-d'Inmohrat, and'in'v faction or rather each stripe treason, breath liose, whicHi'reely 'had its little private axe to grind which s That, ref.UKintt to puiiish blossom? like the lobster.'was of it eoodent do without tlie others to turn single conHpiciiousTraitor, tbotiyb than but1 heving a.jgray co'ai on the grindstone. saiids had earned the penalty with a stand up-collar; With a brassstai- Southern delegates, some on em, more than a thousand devoted Union 'foliar, of niy great, coat, do. ijee of secigshun; ariU'by oh us enufi; for me., They Ime as to. PaY Mie.nashunal Yankee Kernel and Gintral, I, easy, over the rough That he has pardoned ol' the worst of the rebel Nor1 h and some xvhii have taken ..MOOI.N airunniorited and paid 'plaf-es. My friend, they didn't niean human life circumslanccs of un- my drjnks.uiKi Isucceeded'in'borrowin- it, orif tb'ey did) a entthe luiglvt [Wy. doubled, if, Amt ._ was ea.SjV" that IIP ii'ii'd'l.'f reely" no aiiiiisenieiil. r i-lsITf.'Nvas the most Iti'i'cshunist I i-ver witnessed: I sent beside w.-llo-iwnf; a I niaiuigin (.he conijOJ'i', it ''.'till. The ibe bijdiit 'anil lillecr desired'at- teii.shtin. He tlie PrWtrrmster'Gen- every one of em hife Is an oath hard to break? Would -it' trouble ninent patriot, Breckirirtdge, nf- ter-all the times he swore to support the Cohstitusbuii, to swureto it once more? and any more to break it tbaii'it did in Nay, veri- them gloo'm'y tluui was kicked- out, '.'but a thousand mules, it-nil .all of em old and 'experiencetf, couldn't liick.him out of our JDooli'ttle talked talk, cause ittj'a habit begot into durin' the wait.lnit he'll get over it. iiiL.' ,'ind Frei'dineii'- paralleled atrocity. That, whilo "don' ufr tin- of the remi, lie, si I'tkll1 falsehood, has .men ;tre rebc concealed' the fact' thai have lun-n ted, by tb-at, doclurin.H1 that it rtiplly iiiaiiiigeii anil e IK' ha.- cim ni al tern of in lii lif patronage and public, money witlicinl i-ianillcl, aave ti tors IIM n the mi to disorganize ami scatter liie army aiu llu to niaki.- it un.rc and destroy tin rn 14 to 20 l ION. TIIADDEOS D A.V IDS' INKS, CONCEN- TRATED CIN- CINNATI WINES AND1 BRANDY, -WASH LIME, seat UK ii'. ho hM. been shot, be on onr side this year, certain, for the most, jert'ect ever saw. yeaT he wak'agin us, and by the who viW the Cli'eermaii, he tJhio He's ready to turn he'll be w'oru to winked at rioritlert- of hte s" sniall a pint that he won't, be'-worth head, when Randall announced that havin, and the Demokrasy of the North -from Houtfi.JKa'nlina and was if they That, while agnui-i in Murtmefeuiietts would the offiaes Johnson has in reserve wift justico of leaving Stilts umvp- fiirci- ai-tii in ai-iit.', "With a slow and. draw them like lodestone. resented, he has refused to mil hoi In- -measured'Step they ctirii in signal My dear sir, I oncet kriowd a Irish- liberal [.Ian of 1 frpm Batiihilli'the man killed in a Fenian it the loval majo'nty n- and Then ;raid, efriplpyed as a. artist in well-dig- fuses ..b> pulled Ibwas his lotto go loathe bottoin. That in every Shite south of appl i list o. his eyci's, dele-; i the; escalation and load .ain't DLxou's luie bis "policy" h.-itj j gate pulled oat'.u wtiite'1 earth. Tlibdinn.ei' born sp'uuded, 'w'r.'niglit I lie must deplojii Men >nsi it to'-lii's cjCs. and liej'wiih tlie ajac.rity 'bharactenstic ees; social, moral and poliiical. cr has upeiieti (tn surgt-ry, in .i ne prrtcrlca uf ine an. iVoiii a c rtt (he I'tnnevivania when .inv part of tho Ptnte in cottsultition. or to May J. KW. PHOTOGRAPH FR4MK SPEWCEK t-i infarra tho citizen.- nt Tioga they have cvtV J them, to procure i, L'aaea da Viijita, nud all kniUo dnd curd, unri noiorfid pictures, on Elmira I, Nov. IS, 'flo-tf. P. M.SPKNCER. We also keep on hand a choice UftnrKKILS. FLdUR. POJfJi, At very low fiyuruti. May 30, I860. KEEOSEN7li; LAMPS, PATENT CINES, PET.RbLEDM''OiL, J ROCHESTER PER-'" A1 TO SOLDIERS, EASTMAJV, SURGICAL AND ME- 11. iiiU'rtn tbo citizens ol {UjciUhoro and vi- uidi fitted up suifc, ui cvti -Juhn K, Bowun's store, No. 1, Un- i >.k. where he ia prepared -to execute all in hie with a and 'Tilt enable him tn offur superior induco- dental All ai rMiitotl, und at reasonable rales. Pteast! haviiii: knnwlnigi'of lac-Is jiri'l soldiers from T.iogn 'cimni.y. are to furnish Col. M. L. Clm-iT. Of MansJitI.il ivitd tin- following NHIUCS tldMicri. ut residei'icBi dare, of enliat- cnt ami muster .'nto States It-Her m citinpiiuy. imiiiluT nf lepimRiif. v.-lmt ihito and place ol deitth'.and tauae M. L. CLARK. L. fcKKLV. J. H.SHAW.' W. D. MATiTESON THCS. J. DA VIES.' August I. IStifi.' Committee oit 5ti AND FLAVORlNGvilXiRACTS, tolherashained of hisBclf, .____ :_ j W hat did! see 1 test nhorSent' of; till! race, sprang hita'thc 'bucket iind U has ciiiiiolden'ed iviurned threaten civil 'war in Maryland. .Mi---ou ri1, West V.irtrfnia, nrrrl 'I nn the patriots who saved anil scaled 'i States ty Ijlni'olil liat; j their arrugaiil. demaJiiU. ti 11 lias, corrupted- Stale ullii-inl-. elected 'I -nioii men and sworn in en j t'orcejlht! laws against returned n'ln-1.-. ami made i hfin (he meie innciils authors i .'It has encourageil' jl'lU'W alii UJL all by Eiich.ii. Uiiible ind-ivid-. post ottice Was aeou're; for- if, with the hetu pen thi'.sccfiims, an'il h.y i Bu't.t.u my eyes the.scen.e show got, John- emigration to llieSoiitb has erect! -il i in'flcaht. I looked into the fdclier, and did T two 'men it-lily iieet-sHiiiy but; extremely dis- i'liiMtiii i.-i-reinony, and waa. detenriined ,-i npjier lip over it and j Oouoli be looked' np to Oir as though lib was amei'd of him, and though he felt by Orr's tiouilescenKliun in ''Johnson are a histin'us but of the jtiti we- fell into in wiio... AH weiil tbern men, for Hbey CitrVied', hotiie with .'e.m their foeliiig that my AND N. D AKTT, the public tliat ho is iii ii in Land Office iul- til ihe Oentidt -Use.-" t locHte' 1, :i-1-. near Ihe where he will ---f.ii led Itiji-cftre. i .L, the skill He will ART1FICLAL sul an :uiy miileri.-d ilusirerf. HLLIXU EXIRACl'lNG TEETH, "1 nn jjhorterst nutioc, and done in thu and must approved style. 1 PAIN 1 ,-t which .-ire ptr- will In: in evor.v -Notice ia that Kob- tri Custard, has haep. p.Uceil. in j Charge i.f tract, No. 169U, "and "those parts of tract I 15S9. in vicinity cf Bnbb's creek, belong- ing to tho heira of Lake W. Mortis; and all per- j suos are forbiil trespassing tbcreon, under penaltj of prosecution. ELUSION P. MOJtUUS, i SOS Maikel >t., Philnilelfbia. ...Inly 4, IHUH Jim flwrd Trusb' .__ ruptwre, frets the cord from all nreee- tiru: will ttever hrenk. ImihurJchwfo, ur be- lillliy, (tlje line t-ttel si'rihg beiug i wi'th har.l spring made any puivbr.r.e.- quircd iuetl ia- bathing, iitled nn lightuijt, unU best -1. Solo tiopriutor, Sold at Wholesale Pricas. Buyers ore to call and1 get, quotations before going furlhe Eajt.' i "-I. W D. 'I'ERBBLL CO. T restored to t :j tho f'4uulon oi'iTie two I-.wings-B-irt fact I-saw the entire I kratic bird' L Jfortlv one I1 witig-aud the 4tlje the strong, active wmjr.'' old ifir, aiid son, the glory of the JDemokrasy hasde- midable barriers against I'm; and trieud- ij'otTe a-parted indeed. ly inten.-oui-se with our i-minii in Pl.iTRODKUM V.'NASBY, P. M., tlU- Knl'tII tllld tile I -which is Postmaster.) T7T Y the.'heart; KarUna, the aud i ADDRESS OF THE SOUTHERN ASSEMBLED IN PJaiLABELPHIA, TO THE PEOPLE OF TflE tTxr--- N. Y., Jan. i I868-ly the baJaiicej bird.jr, -JUB rflRtli V i s.itw these pal (live years 4MBN Of ft 'CI'H- VE -fSKM'p. oft XUK The' representatives of eight'millions ties. It has allowed tin: persecute tbe teachers of the scltools, and to liiirn tlie ohnrcltc- MI which Ibe fre-edmen havo God. That a system so barbarous -imnlil have culminated in the frifrhtfu' iiot-ai Memphis, and the still .more massacre at. Is'cvv Orleaiii-, was us natu- ral as that a bloody war should How from the teaching's of John I'. Calho.in ami Davis. Andrew ''Johnson is responsible for j all these unspeakable crime.-, and cm lion in bar-tiles, banishment from homes heart hut a partial re- itil'al of ".he eataliiiiule of horrors. I'.iU dciiuicracy, Moribund Southcom- hined, ilel'eateil them. They lost. What. The cause V li-r-l slavery, nanu- on- ly. Slum as flic of war tin- claiii: arms w.-is linsbi-d tlii'V raise iiie a! immediate :nl- ,-nnl uilb thai walcliword seek lo under m-w forms a con- tialc llieir unliridleil sway. 'I hey rehhliiliialo t lieu- cciii- ral easily seduced, .uiltill.L; nln-iiietlee ti, hi-> liis uiisernpuloiis ul i '.us run ri'.n ,'uiil laws, by pro-i-riptii.ii of trucdemn- piiiiuii, and by all bis appliances tiiey now defiantly ie lir-ts in the foyal North, and seek vihiv Ireeliie4l all Illelit'. I Heir -Wicked ayeiicy is at Work lo ac- iliia Vc.-n'ii. 1'alst-Iy jjrofess- ins; to a-sciii Ihe abolition of slavery, arc lei cunlinno its ile- UMalile pi.wer, I legislative acts a- uuiiisl en i led They know lbut an.v loriii of servitude will "answer l hfrir unholy purjiosc. They prououucc lift? four years' war a brilliant scene in the jireat revolutionarv drama. AND1 OA L L 1' 0 FTK N fflces In 'the The' representatives of eight 'millions ties. As he he justifies they of. American citizens appeal'for protec- ami tipplauds them. :he'old t UAioii-rrtUe .tio.n and'justice to their frieiids and Seiutini; bis ageiits and itberner 4guidin, a brothers in the Stntes. that hslve been i into tins refined and patriotic Aiierbaeli's CHEAP'CASH stoiiE. i i Wliore you can always find th stuck of DOMESflO FANCY CLOTHS, NOTIONS, MADE.VGLOTHINGi iioltiiri 'nigger iiV oneiclaU and postofflces....... :j say in Take em hot' 1 go in 1 saw the told chivalrous lioutln alid direc'tin the1 machine, spriretl the cruelties pi" rebellion and the j (4) insist irpon makinir ami to hisself the places of dii'ect horrors of civfl war. policy 4 test upon the Diiuokrat of the North Here 6n the spot where freedom was lie forgot that, the I follerin like a puppy, dog at hia proffered and 'pledged by the fathers of to the" Uth of i takindsich fal thin.gs.as he snap the republic, we implore a- 'Philadelphia was not only denied to th I up; tike Southerner ashamed of his gainst a re-erganissed oppression, whose j free New Orlea is on the 'ii.t I foiwd to ynse etn; the sole object is to remit the .control of-our of July, when assembled lodi-.-u- i uiicpnifortable' in liis'pres- destinies to the contrivers of 'the rebeli- bow beat u> pi-oLuct. e-, bin ,i, e beet wsorted i enee, but tied to' him by after they have in uied amidst the biauuliter ol' ii.nul.vd I 'f a coiiiiu.-back the good old times 'honorable at once to pun- of innocent men. P l when 34 ijjtatcs met in conveiisbuu anU ish us for our devotion to our No in tbe record of DRY GOODS, let 11 as T kori'templated ttiei scene, 1 too wept tin and, prolitinjr by the c-xainplc j'residcatial jnlfirini, breathes out Sewing Ma- chines GENERAL AOENCY, 28 Lnkc street, Elmira. Litral np. nupjilied at factory prices, and i inivv iigunt.i wanted for. unoccupied districts. A1-.-0, n stook. of machine findings, "For! nJfii'lar, TIIOS. JOHNSON, tjrnnnil AtriMit'of II Sewing JIHII-. 2S Elmira.N Y Oouiil.v. I'. .J. Agent, and Attorney' .-1 liu'ir I'riemla all tin; will ami with uu- Kits' I'l.AlMS AND Pl'KS other kinil of any the I Teriiia niitilui iito, All .M-ut to tbotatxi ve .Tmi. 17. ISCn. th r [fTO'S only fruit." MUTABLE LEMONADE -ii the prepiirnritin of the kind tnatle froin ASUH article, of nn'd j delj-ojonsneySjit n-nd isrecora- imaended by phyMitians for invuliils and uso. It will keep lor years in any while) condensed fo'r.tn renders -it especially codvcn- ieBt for trueelfirs. AH who nse letno'ns are re-11 NjKW REVTTCED PRICES. U tntho tO tft6 ._ Of hnvmg a big stock of OLD to il> STATES .street, Wcllsborn, Pa. j quested to jrivc it, ft trial. Entertniiimcnfa at hu.ihe. parties, and picnics should nu't be shove oif at r enabled'to tok.- iiile hy all DrnWisis nri8 first.claiis of the present and am reu- Mnnu'factnrcd i.nljr hj P-J-to supply the public with li splendid atoel, B? T. SPMNQ DRY LATES'l Styles, purchased to accommodate this mar anufactii- i._. :i "i. its bravent toes. was even 'liiort- eager to iflu-.trate ins thp ,eyes of Dnexipected :pe'rJSdy .in the ihighest I savaue policy, by cjotbiim; witl all the I. .1 place of the Government, abcicleutally despotic power the and re- "They've all got post oifices_ in 'tilled Jay one wljo addscrueliy toingrat- i vengeful rebels of New Orleans says( lie, .and he _ worked away faster itude, and foi'giyfcTth'e guilty as lie pro-1 ISfotwithstauding the hoarCkss deser- tban ever. scribes the innoce-irli, has stininlaled the N-ioti and cruel persecution by lAndrew -gettin 'a "alniostextinguishedrevengeof Johnson, in theSta'tesof Missouri, Ken fl-om ;thfe -hintl coat en conspiratomriand i tucky, Tennessee, Vir'nnia M-t- pocfeet ol' a delegate near ine, and which, -frhp oljered; toyfeld to. Dryland and Delaware, democratic ri-mih- by the way, in joy, I for-, their own lives, are seeking; lican which the   tn n.-r bow lo jiroviiU- tor a of truly Ivijimlilii-an Stales: to iviuinu thii'ty-six star, on t-bf old are'lu-iv to -ee tliiit .ten. of tbo States arc not oiulii s, paiinj; ilnir iiioHoftuiil liivs bciK-utb ibcirlnoiii il.-irkni-ss of tyranny ;uu! them to brilliiint shirs; of oinslilii- tional lilu'i-ty orbs, spar.v- tiiiL-. with tho principles uf (In- niixlfl littiiiK adorj- rni-nl.- of tlu: trlorums -banner of fnA'- .doni. r I Our hist ami only) hope is in L leuniy1 and fortitude of the loyal peop'o of A- nu-ricu, in the support and vindicatiin of tbc Tbirty-Jsinth am) jn the i.-lortion of fci controlling Union jorily in thesuQueediiifr or Fortieth Coji- NVhile the new articlu ainciiding cfk l I'BRUTTAN BARK ,t OXIDE OF IKON, fur sale by 'liB.J TidRBEN Tingii. Alpacciie, Pnpn .Added to which I am o and-splendid stock of _ at o, alHsHe- of u lurp; Wood, eyrtf Here is a Here is iu of his mv. reerordj; the bis ''if -A j i Vi mi, rv charter of American liberty, l.y their j National Constitution ota-rs the perity; population, wealth and pms- eprs: the-poorer and V NAMPS at ROY'S rumainiug ten Stiik-s, die seeds in the Coiistitn- tiori' Viy slavery features to Be si monster power. thus wrttng fwm tlie reluctant fnil nd Hair-Drcsnng Saloon. i in -anltoanring to tbe tbpy bave' l''' barlwr mill hilir- Ulive ti'loii a iwat and L. Willcox'M alui-i, whc-ie tn WJiit oil CUdtOIliUIH. n- pains'to o. tbey 'hopo tu ..i U.liM'lMiwuttiuiJ.iluilll- coiia mode to order. TN THE BEST STTtE, hhd i i iMlfe'spaieh, at THE AglTATOrl Office, OLD reetivurt un fqr wliicli iiiiies will be ijfuc.l, lieariag E. W. .'CLARK Third street, Vhiln. liiiosl imteut, fur nt. urrosia requirod--at :ti. A B. WILUEAMS'Si June2Tj 'Ji.V .-ii'-- -degradeeigbtsmiUions'of loyal, GKOCERIES, BOOTS iind 'SHOES, HA .Ding.jffclAtidayS'-aicreptedfTl'ift 3'S.: mffsVi any time itPaAif'or 'ide, iii ttie nbrrner -iiThe hand of U ijiovi-niinont was c. stayed I'or pighty of c'oustituUoJial jiberLy lor lilit-ml conditions to tlie autbors of Liie rebellion, aiul does not emue up-to the measure ol' onr oxpectuliWls, we believe its ratltication, would be tbe commence- ment of a coninloto lusting protoc- tion to all our people; and tberefbre we accept it asili-u best present remedy, aud to ofi-v brotlu-rsand'frieudsiiithe North and flic West to make it in Hie coining election. .Tbe tokens rtiv of over- However tBo vertlicl ol tbe ballot may afferl tlje in Hie IVesidentia'l cbaiir, wo cannot doubt Lbat tbe traifoi's aiid sympathizers lie eju-onnivred wiJK Ib.-il verdict as smvsl in- dicalion Hint tbc miL'Mfy' power whicb the nUi'ilion iVvtltl alive, and that Uiose wh'o atteiupl to oppose or 
                            

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