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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

ANNOUNCEMBNTa for SaiK^jp. L. B.TAY10n,qC Blow, will bo « candidate for tbe office of Sheriffi aahject to the decision of tho Kepabcan OooDtyConvention.* ' B, T. BAIiIi, of Fannlngton, offers himself a candidate for tbe offlcs of Sheriff, snbject-to the ' decision of the BspnbUcan County CootodHod; . ' . JfiROMKfl.POTTER, of- MIddlebnry, will be a«andltlate for tbe offlco of Sheriff, subject Co tlio decision of the fiepnblfcnn Couoty CoiivoptloD. - , '- J. O. BKEHAN, or Lawroncovillo, will bo a canilldiito for tbe office of 8lierlQ*, snbject to the ' decision of tbe l^DBblican County Convention. -W ' . Fott TnEABUBER. 8, p. BOWKN, or Deorfiolil, will bo n cdndidato for Treasurer, oubject to tlio . doclalon or tho Kepublican County Convention. -' . . HAUUI8ONC. BAILEY, of Delmar, Will bencandl date for County Treannrersubject to tbo decision of tho Republican Convention. . ; ' Fojn CouuiBsioNEn. , JOB REXFOni), 6t Wostfleia' wiH'be a cnndMnto for Commissioner, enbjsct to tho ...

Publication Title: Tioga County Agitator
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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

BOROUGH ORDINANCE, "(JAS8ED by tbe Bargesa & town Oonnell of t tbe Borough of LnwreDcoville, Pa., at a meeting held at tho office of O. W. By on, Esq., on tbo 21st day of Jane, K. D. 18()T: It is hereby ordaiued by tbe Burgotsand Town Conncil of tho Borough of Lawrencovillo, Pa,, That on or after tbe tenth day of Augnst, A. D. 1807, Bay person or persons yolling or crying oat and lounging nboat'tho street, alleys, or public places in said Borough, in a drunken or disor. derly manner, or displaying any lewdness or indecenoy in a publicTmanner, or in any nay disturbing the peace and quiet of tbo neighborhood, or cutting or defacing tho lookup or any publio buildings belonging to said Borough, or in any way interfering trim any officer in lbs dUcbsrgo of bis duty, shall be subjeot to wrest by the High Constable or any other proper officer of ¦aid Borough to be taken to the Borough Lockup and there confined for a period not «xo»edi»g thlrty-iix b«urs, -wban be, she, ot they ...

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

Sad OccrjTRBENCE.—-A correspondent informs us that Butler Burdick- while attending an ice cream and strawberry festival in a grove of TJniondsle, in Herdick township, bn the Fourth, was struck by lightningandinstantlykilled. The unfortunate young man was standing leaning against a large maple tree when the ligfitningstruek it, and passed down his body and both legs to the ground. Owen Carpenter, Freeman Carpenter, Newell Burritt, Elias West gate, T. B. Dimmickand MrStark were standing near two trees fifteen or twenty feet from the maple, and were all knocked down and more or less paralyzed. Many others felt the shock. The deceased was carried to the house of Daniel Carpenter, and efforts made to restore him, but he was no doubt struck dead instantly. His ^remains were then taken to hissorrowing friends, at home. It was considered remarkable that no one else was injured.—Montrose Mepublican.

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

AMOS TBtJMfcWE, . mHE BTOira PORK ' BUTCHER, will deliver I fresh meats at tbe door of his patrons in Wollsboro, and violnity, ovety Tuesday and Friday. He Intends to furnish none but first quality meats, in good order, and at fair prices. Stony.Fdrk, Jol* IT, 1807-4w. RAIL ROAD NOTICE. THE undersigned, the'ComtdUslonera of „the WeHiboro and Lawrenceville Bail Eoad Company hereby give notice tBRt_ th'» Books of said Company will.be ojiened ntibo bouse of B. B. Holiday, in Wellsbol-d, ib tbo ' C ' onoty of Tioga, Stato of.Pennsylvania, on Thursday, tho.,8tn day of August next, at ' 12 o'clock M., for, 'tho purpoBe of reoeiving subscriptions of stock and to organita said Company at which time and place said Commissioners will be in attendance. , - JOHN PARKHUBST, .\ • S. I. POWER, o: J. HUMPHREY, , ,. , ., J. F. BONAlDSOtt, ¦Ju ly 17, 1867-3w. '- . Commissioners.

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

Colombia.—We.see that special dispatches from Coloi»b}a announce ' the defeat of Mosquera, and of his effort at a revolution. The nine .Slates of the Colombian .Confederation have unitedfly resolved to overthrow the ex-dictator, as a traitor to the Liberal party and to his country. His support lies in an army-specially constituted by him and sustained by.English «nd French powers or corporations, which desire to * control the Panama route. His defea^' will be the defeat of foreign influence 'ahd an affirmation of the national will such as we of the northern portion of the continent cannot but rejoice to see. If the report is true * that he has been captured, it is reasonable to suppose that he will speedily share the fato 'of Maximilian , and that the country will rejoice in a more liberal governmen t than he could have been induced togive. r; ¦

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

•', JUD0E SHARS\VOOD.'iN FAVOR OJ? REPUDIATION.— W.hen, - brave men- ' Svero rushing to peril ' their' lives in defense of the Government, and when those who had the means were willing1 to place them at the disposal of the Governmenttrusting in good faith that they would be repaidat that moia&nt George W. Sharswood. from tlie bench of one or the highest courts of the State; rendered an opinion looking to the repudiation of the national debt. It was the most wicked blow struck at 'the time at the'existence of the GoVdrnmini , and HAD IT NOT BEEN FOR ' THE STERN' AND TBUE IiOYALTY OF THE PEOPLE , \VOtfLD HAVE BB8U1/TED IN DISASTEB TO THE xa,tion. In view of this fact, s Judge SharBWOod fit to be trusted ? Let the people answer thi3 question at the polls.

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

So for, no Democratic paper in this State has dared to pulish the opinion of Judge Sharswood in the' ease of Borie vs. Trott against the .constitutionality of legal-tender notes. They abuse us for giving it to the country, and defend Judge Sharswood for. rendering it, but they will not print the opinion. They graciously instruct their readers what it all meansbut they decline letting them see it in Judge Sharswood's own words. Nowwe think that even the men who read Democratic papers are entitled to think and judge for themselves, and not take the word of a partisan editor. Print the opiniongentlemen, if you dare trust your readers.— Let Judge Sharswood plead his own case. He will certainly do it better than you con for him.—Press.

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

To the Justices of: the |*eace,pf Tioga County, ' , . .! BY tho act of Slay ,8, 1854, tho Justices,of tho Poaco of tho . several counties of , tho ' Coni-O}onneuUh are required to return to the Work of tho Court of Quarter Sessions of tbeir respective counties, all the reddgnisftnees entered iuWbefore them by any person or persons charged j with thd commission of any crime,.at least ten- days before tho .'commenaament «f. the session, Qf tbe Court tawbicli tbey are made, returnable respectively..'Xhe requirements of thia uct b ' avo uot been generally performed, but if llio Justices of tbo Peace would try -and taako their roturno^is prescribed by tbe Aot of jAesotnbly. much delay of, U>o Courts and vexntion of parties would bo provonted. Causes are frequently delayed for several days, for the reason, that transoripts are not sent up; ' J. JJ. WILES' , Dist. Att'y. Wellsboro, July " 24jl80r. j: j. Piisp & no., . CLOSING -' OUTlg^fiE "illiifuitr A^V ¦>•'=&a...

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

Harvest.—Our farmers are now busily engaged in harvesting their wheat crop; which is said to be the best that has been raised ju this county for many years. The crop in the adjoining counties also comes fully up to the expectationand promises an immense yield. As a natural consequence of this bounr tiful outpouring of God's goodness; a reduction in the price of flour; - which has been enormously high for a long timemust en3Ue. If wheat brings two dollars a bushel after harvest, we will be very much dissapointeti. Of course speculators will endeavor to keep the prices up, but the yield will be too large to enable them to control, it aa they have been doing for thfe past three or four years. —Clinton -Republican.

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

lawed by statute,but it is a notorious fact that these medicines are not specific. Many others, by doing violence to the system, reach the same results, and the evil would still increase. It remains for all good citizens to denounce the wrong, and so create a public sentiment which shall not tolerate it. New Potatoes.—Who should pop in tho other day but friend Charles Qrinnell, bearing hy ono hand a pail of green peas, and in the other a basket of new potatoes. " For tho printer," said he, and - vanished. May hia Bhddow never be less, may his pcavinea blossom perennial, and may his potatoes never know bugs, rust, or decay. ,

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

Death ok T. F. Mea<jhek.—Brigadier General Thomas Francis Meagher is reported to, have 1 been drowned by falling from the steamer Thompson, on the 1st inst,, while en route to discharge his duties as Governor of Montana territory. He was certainly engaged in preparing for the" Indian war.: General Meagher was born in Wajterford, Irelandin August, 1823; received a full education and was admitted to the bar; joined the Young Ireland movement,- and was sentenced to death by the ruling party of England; was commuted to penal servitude; escaped and reached New Yorkand after somelega service was found in the ranks of Bull gjm ^ and other Virginia' battles. In

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

Child Hung.—An infant, six month ' s oldbelonging to Mr. John Fravel, in Marion tomnshlp, this county, died on the 2d inst.Sby hanging itself by the draw-stringl of its night gown. The circumstam es in detail are those : The child was left in bed by itself while the parents {were engaged .at their usual morning dbmestic.duties; after the lapse of a short time thfe mother went to look after her child and, to her-indescribable horror, found it suspended by the neck on one of the bed pins. It seems .the straw had worked to one side .exposihg the tail, and the child creeping about unconsciously, slipped down and thus brought about its death in so sad a manner.—Bellfonte Press. ' <

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

Mr. M. D. Cass, of East Troy, while returning on the 3d lust., from .town with a favorite and valuable .horse was considerably injuredand still lies in a critical condition, from .being!, thrown from his vehicle. The horse while going at considerable. speed appears to have taken.f right at a drunken man lying by the roadside who was making efforts to get up. Running some 90 rodsthe horse encountered the two open sluices, which cross the road on the brow of .the hill, near Long ' s Mill; stumbling at the second one his leg was broken, and Mr. Cass being violently projected, received serious hurts on his back and head.— Troy Gazette. >

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

A funny case come before a justice in Milwaukee the other day. A young woman who had, accepted the attentions and civilities of a gentleman for some time, at length was married to somebody elsewhereupon the deceived individual sued for a bill of $204 2athe amount he had paid in her behalf in taking her to concerts, operas, picnics, rides and icecream saloons. As an offset he credited her with sundry kisses valued at $16,67£; several squeezes of the haud$3,37£; an unreturned photograph and a ring," making, in all, a total of $37,75. He recovered the bill, the judge allowing the plaintiff the kisses at his own valuation.

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

qiBOuuATioisr 1,740: . _ £.——_ — . — . Republican Statue Nomination 1 JUDGE OP.TIIE SUPREME ^ COUttT, \t HEN BY W. WULLIAHS, ' I ' OP ALLEaHENY.-

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

tana, and has acted as Governor forsome time. Ho Was an able, eloquent,, and impulsive orator, and joined with Brenan. of the New Orleans Delta, now dead, and other adherents, brought Irish politics very prominently into American use. . ,- •

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

rjn 0 LAWYERS— ; ', B.ji^fKE U Pix .0 % B L AN K S in fall setts, at . VO . ttN'G'S BOOKSTORE.

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

The lost •nrtanw »t <»mmuniearjou with uniriUi through a n»e4ftt0) tethatof a gentlemanlately <\tmuu*u\, -vjrho w»n word to life wi&, " t jmw b£Cv« Pleanc Kcnd m« my tmn <!IoLujgb.» '. r<S S \ ' WBLLSBOBO, Pk)s0 A^. ' -' '• .*• ,-¦ -A , ' • ¦ ^ ' 'i_ ,Vi ; WEDNESDAY, JULY 'S, MlM

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

Butter and Cheese* HI GHEST Market Prico paid for Butter and Cheese, or shipped for parties at 2«uly67. T0LB8JA BARKER'S.

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 24 July 1867

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