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   Wellsboro Tioga County Agitator (Newspaper) - October 25, 1871, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                               Agrltator I OA COUNTY. J fc 1 MILL, i iboro, Jaa- I ft A, Ston9. jj> -li i -n tn, oo Ui in v... JjnjiTj 1, IdTi J U -EBB LATH n OP t'SALBns ra HE. IRON, STEKL, NAILS G. SiWS, CFTL1- r> LTrVtAT. IMPI.FMF.NT8. i ind Harnega XBases. SAUDI K.-5. V I -i n I 7 -y lOLIS undarslgned ii ucw pregarad to ante all .T.ilorsfor Tc'ipb nnJ Mo m- elllre'r M Brown A Wired, BO tilt tiey and appear bof Oohrt, at aitf and _ ITALIAN Oil HL'TLAN1> MAILBLE, workaiM.htp of 1 with Jisptitcb. Ho uoustantly on hand both kinda o' Marl-Jo and vilJ bu to flak all who may fa- ror Mui their COD tro 'jlnalaoU in tho c era D try. FEAMi ADAMS i ,1 Wlmtti ihe Doft. B. of par MldOvart. REO. W. UEKRICS, OOC5SELOE at Olooinratl AdditlnTinJ Aid i also 20 of negated limb. Franklin warra tiwnWlp ifbremW j alti, lie MB i aoJ SWISS WATCH. 8IXVER SPOOLS, Table. arid .Muitard Oold rl Puucy and Chains, uceJ prioee, IrtbgeH lorann -nireiBii t MISCHAITP lit, jut CLOTHS fbr gtntlenieo't 11 40 lot Dili 10 16 a OR Additional Ipcol I 40 to rtiilr from Br naWtjU-not of BBS, r, sirengiD, or beanty, but Westefn! prairie, Jos one hundredj juallty before the law-Is a miles from civilian! j, where 8 man prominent maxim In fore the the law should be eqoal any course' tbe horm thieres, waoalw.ys uT "cenery ln and Ithaca to study If there should be ne taxation auuuiu (u_______ what color do tax' those citizens wft'db not permit to vote? If ftoto of tha be ealdof the J nttness of that calling Itself free, yet rig. 4d Itscltizeuefreoj approval or of Ifs'laws, 7ha logic creaiwlfty of.flghts is in- Siorible, To discard it is to adopt the THE MOBKW 1BOUBLBS. A speck of war looms op from Moir- rnoudonb. For some it has beeu apjarentjtba; matters werecnlmi-, natlug at Bait Lake, and that a oonflw was. Imminent between tbe Federal au- i thorl and the Latter Day a Kltfwa Chtet i tbe United Corfrt, htsheld tha soalesTf' i telegraphic dispatches a few Justlcy pon an even balance sbowlasr glven.of dep- no fear of or favor for tbe polvgimlstiT" Trnttwj States Marshal Peavy, of whereby he feaslocurred their fort Smith, Arkansas, having brought iiud bis rulings anc decrees in reveral Hito that place seven wbitd men who luaUiucca bave given them no occae bid been ;fighting some of the to apprehend nuy Judicial partlalitv OBago Indians. The fact of pno man faVor. s o aop e prJntlptoUf force or nrorpei power, ae brlS8liW in prieaceni may esoftc uVt ijis of M gov.wue.1. ofwrneofour paag erf that gaxe followlcg it tlo.t .ad that toJwr Jed to and aotoort 2. is great, mor- al, Mntro.1, a free or popu with determlnatloc written In ev lineament. Of al the deputy mar- r, walch there a large number !_ la that district, Joe Is (par haps the moat and (be of. .rol of the Saints tn tbe officers, whereby ,_____ was created In the Mormon this law, thoy to perceive the Hi ifl-S i- U M n ,ivr j. i. M Ss 1'KKSrKIBK IT 4T THE WORLD'S, fAIH, Eccnivcd tho Qrwtt Award oftlo HIGHEST BALES! t id b'l'o iti-alB fur ihoy j SOLE (N 1070 ft-onj Oweiia .7 60 ft m., BDDduJa. 1 ifl y, m.. ttuudajft, from talalad tsftt p. Icuin UttUV- f- Mondftjrs t. D. ttUOKSH, WST.-'M. DAJtS.' will drop In and Vee to perceive tue Firs Epd the ,beet uf work of a wrong long persisted In; and I of the Agitator.] (VT. Oct. 11. 1871. my itock. Oood gnamn teed. Oot IT 1 sjl nun ABinMtiti 0iA >buvuomm oy me ijegisiatare o-f WAQKga- years of progrttejaHiigtaddb suitor tBegaWaf New York, whleb give to JVbtoW to her the Inooma of the sale T Iu ofitflifrjinbllo land., and establish the aolinhT Urimaple, of tbe general Organization Coming Bad usurped trie pow; In ooma ers of tbe staftand donflned th'rf1 other euastunent, the 37th of April Ne NoM.Mam tothe of life. Thesame inhlvereary of its final signature Noo-iioipm KOH-I.BBB, PRANBis OLEMBNi, is still true, the .exception of en- '-hs Govern or of theState, Is kepi as Rlchmen.j, Sept jr, 18H 8t" Adoj'M. larged opportiuiltles for eduealioD and a bol day of the university. occupation. %he masculine preaump- aimut Combined CloTer tlollseePs to ba, that men's are CM, great and eroall, ladies and and while supposed to bean institution for those of W9tnaai are simply, manrglven. of young men only but DSfAIlT TBOJ1 O o p in B UI KolO-IOjOam NuH-UtTpm y 5. it m No 22-1142 p la j A. 3. OOU.TOX, L. L. H. 4.C. H. U. g NolT-l.OU.n, jo KOBIB. Py tt-fl 16 a 111 N. 18-11 o 10 Ko 1S-4.18 p m lio Z4-13.36 a tu md lieralivii i1-, C BY V.ll tttrtr. Uucuti. ....IKT.ITJ u, ure umpiy.man-given, inc or young men only; but i muehinebrna b; eight hones A very complaisant view, Indeed, from IftasBSuoh as nothing Is Said hi thelawe were by our permission" rtand.nolnt. abc comment, of Cornell lo prohibit retUrn wlthout a ttlld qutrr tjsi2arsr a scythe, be g often makes eicurslons }at Into the 81- ,be ruii ,g oS Judge M'KeaT course greatly tbe leading Mormons, and gave occasion to appre- hend a collision andserioos consequen- ces. In adttilldn to IL having knowledge o ____ __ der com milled some years since In the vicinity of Bait Lake, by tbe Mormons ed fort Smith, a ft" add a detaoh'tcent of United i i'he de- States troop, were sc-U K, tb- of ha n n )Un'C'' red .skinned assawiD. a Danitc, named Afterspendingabou' two ring the country, tbe neu were fnrrml I am.g _ j 4P a noted war chief of. the Kiowas, known as the in LeaPlnK scalped and btfrn- In commemoration ed aliye a and a reported mur- Direct Eon- On aud Uondi Ermn oraes rtitb vjew, maeearjrom "IUMHUOU tu> uucniag is saia in me lawe i tn (Wf a -.1 other things, that lid and twu others ftwhanda by our permission1' stand-point, abc wxromenU of Cornell to prohibit r I l'-v "f Brig'hata Young Iu ISOT' young ladles from entering, two of till, i v murdered a man iu ftcho cannon, tocik Joe 1 eavy ;Wa9 la tEio Nation, JDOOouT bis person, cellveredlttoBrli which he returned at (about tbe same ,._..... auvSden a'Wiftn woman's om ener toaa H> abmrr to 1ISW made their a ,dla" woii (and fixed, as anyehimj WUS are they, A. IL ol. go B.il- Wellsboro Time H I- _. ptfTtff i Thr-nd, CD or 7 r f Going u'. LRDWARE KOHLEfl P'. and Surgeoa, New Music Store I man can feed u fut ih WannticturBd by the Blrhen if.nqnwfnrintf of the Fourteenth, Auiaod- you, suid boys on tbe left of vou meut. Thla precludes argument oa boyiall aroun'd yonj-butlf y apprnrani'e tbia or I rtulv our Apply to J-'l W. J. MABW. y until of Jdia (Irteb, Ilojn oe 1' This precludes all argument op, Equal then as citizens; upon what are right; for a gentlemanly ground of low, Jtwfloe, or eipiedleoey, JhiH ijrCorool'l, and the'ladie. I fee] the o'ntclies of-----r_e are women feeluded from1 sbaHnglwtth SUM, twill'hare no trouble hecnnse of United.States Margha! In other of HiJens the Jflst poweN of too the tpnduct of their fellow w jsWM? the laws, for, a though would be almost im-' ellBlD.e f" >llf CiVll lillrktfl. .....I nmtftihlA a flint _____ tbe wild en left, and when he learned the result of the expeclt.ou, he volun- teered to go out aud j him in. Knowingtbat It wsL almost certain death for one roan toj venture within Panther, liani Yauug, aud toifl him where they got it. The Governor sent to the place where Hickman said tbe bones of Ibe murdered man cou-d be found, and they were fbnnd aacatcd. He also de- scribed low the ekull was broken In by a bar of iron, and that trss found m be true. It is on the testimony of this mafi MtSiEBY- BIOS an tuo ke, wjth up-disabUlBeB to remove, wbyBhouldtbeybedeptlvKd e 9 aove e general averaj at Jill political power, while .all- and Tie high moral tone whli-b per- BUB, lunattca, idiote and crimiuals, 011 vadtiit generally, would Immediately tbe removal of their disabilities, nmy rtrde or Impolite act. to CoijaeTl bas'mnny great advant right to ,___________. ,___-i The right basis of Government: is old mm BMR.-w. eqoaf tor always our th cowardly t t Mtart f i "Sr, f aall. T4..T PA.' tbj ife publjBQtrB ciias.jlo.i Wbat nnoToJf rlKBlSofl In th him. De- one evening his horse, ind crossing the river, Code iu direction of the Kiowg country. Notliiug was seen heard of blai for a morjtL, and many or His Wlefldg, YfUo wereiawaro of the na- ture of his ride, were fbarful that Juo I at last been overo< me. Those win. i kjdew him best held ot t ha would fnsHtntion. Her OpaU rtght' aud tbat te of be- i brlng tlle oh ef la wlth blm- sWei i as tuition from the WeTe 8 ,lle volumes; rede into to-7n with Leaping agriculture and mechanloa; wond hand a 5d foot ou aponj j nol enticements to tha proved to be the favor of that wnr I i..-_ ARDWARE, a 1 ('carno ANDREW FOLEF, ho him loDfj been i-stab- 11 HE 'ub for entletiuentg to tbe kuowledge-seeker, founxtln few other ecllegeaiu tbecnnti- try. I a very hufried sketch of ;a tbfe most prominent features 'of ti e university, simply because It   llienoli-rcsMentProfttssniK. priDClples of government' and The right of popular suffrage in fonnd- )rf npori ftrBlphetent right of self-goj- iectnifes are of course free mi Hmstu- ilenlar although delivered down totvrj. Jn tbie ball of the Cornell library bnllil- They nie as fol- kij'h Pianos and Musical Merchandise, -Ware, Nails, :w Jewelry Store. nml Ci'oinot Organs orr CHEAP. (id BJiLET. r I'LO 'K- T V A i'1'ilE- i K1HBT M WHEKL R.IKE. RK VU MAY RR M T.' KoHLErt- Bool, ln-r s Sture. Sale. lr h 'arm, filu. t' I ar A llEDFIELb. OK SILVER OLOOKb. JEWEL P.Y, OOM) CIIA INS, KEYS, 111NOS, J PIN'S. PENCILS. !OASE3. OOLP I STEEL 1'BNS; THIMBLES, SPOONS, BAZOHS. PLA- TED WARE, SKWINR MACHINKS, Wit I: rnoft ether ortlolea usually ktpiln iiueb i I which ij (old low for j CAS ii. j Espalriog dono naaily, and promptly, ud on i tort MT1CB. A. POLBT. Januarv 1, I871-J-. npon. t THE fEST HOTEL in the COtrMTT. lewmwt, Jl "flAMJI "Y'TCJ A1F partiiiipate orf Wjveblng. They are as fo U till Ill_lj5j, choice of tbe priniji- Lou i, Agassis, on WATCHES, fft that role thn taml lecturet; k Planing and hatching with neatncaa Aim anfi illspntoh BEVEL SIDING made from inoh lumber. Caji plane 24 wide. At namirttm's (teainfeui.. on Ilmumond vreek, in Jackson totrnahip, OToga ceunty; 0. HAMrtTON. Jackuon, Juno r, 1871 If -----najority of the pi pie. _ 'r Bnt bow the trtte majorRies, of? be as. j etl, t ielve lectures, on Eugilsh litera .tureT; Erofeasor Oilitwln Suiltli,  nd titlootry, Yiokao Jto. tout CAIBFULLY Can rocs P a. n, i. I. 1871.-ly. -E. hojrj. d Kaff.io ftll piper. For Dffloe. AvjattZ, ISP sutfcrrtxrs tvlli offor for ibo fof- vilinge.property, in Wella- -0 town lute lituaWd oci 60 ua Charleston Erastua ,inil lot of Will- Tlieac nro well situated end will be 'I.I UD teruja HENRY SUBaiVOOD i SUN. 13, 1871-tf very reesoliablerataa Ang.BO, U.1H. O'OONNOR. let "mftey of bis Hi, the bAnrtS of 8flbjeA Sweet llm..r''- Otbeu. wlii, lecture, 'as follow, first regarded Joe w th sosplolon, but I the judlclotjs use of a of wblsky some together with an amount of unadulterated pin to where 'be was from, C. nally caused the chief to think U WHS all right JIIB s-Uye.J aiound tl e uamp for OI'IT H k bi'lure Im eoult IrdncB Leaping PnniUpi I., inako n KiBit wllh him i.. some neighboring Ind ans, when he fl nally cnnuented to go with him, and ln> concluded to take two of his wlvex with him. This did not suit Joe, but fearing to arouse the ublef's suspicious, he mada no objections? and tbe wbolp party off in tha d rectlon of lliu oilier Indians whom Jtoe wished to vi Hy a liberal use rf Us tongue, J.H' in.iueed the chief lo make a detour from their direct course, so as to brine thpin near fhrt Sill. Whl B one iluy. KUI! when out of the Ki- uwa eounlrj-. Joe y brought i.m "lie nf revolvers cover the ohirf. he wives, U'lliui; I heebie! llrat if he mnwi tit- ktii him. A threat 
                            

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