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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
NORMAN STRAI A OI' .NTfor tho Niitiounl Sorfpn of Swnd:ir<l School ;) lM..kk; jmWialn.si l.v A. 8.lUrnes h Co. 1II & Ha , uli»ni . roruw rf John feticct, N. V.. ki-tjio Lon^tnutlx 1 "ill Mi|,|tl;r. Allorilcie i'loniiitly tilK'l. Cill on it '""ks by mull. . N. STHAlT. ' "'«ol i, .Vn.. Juno 19,1W-| v.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
~*^eii\tf orCotry^'EHs - CotnitjT Tir this State, has grown b<» largo that ita newspapers are <femandlng ,a special member of Assembly. The Telegraph, Republican, itf diBcussing the matter, casts about and fmcborfl.thu^ ' : ;j "We are all agreed that oyp representation! must be' aii honest ' inan 1 -orie whom neither patronage nor moneycan corrupt.. "We want arepresentative not only sound and honest in our political faith, but one with enlarged ideas^-one who can command /respect and influence oy a congenial and pultivated mind. 5 AH who are' Acquainted wJtb . Charlea. O. Bowman, Esq., .will agree w, ith us ,i« saying that he has these qualifications." The only comment we care to make upon that free and easy endorsement is, that the peop le of Tioga will bedelighted to hear it. The President and Secretary SfAN'roN.— The Washington correspondent of The Boston Advertiser says: —Since the fight has become an , open one, the fact may be stated that a lew weeks previous t...
Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
SHERIFF'S SALES BY virtue of anndrj writs of Furx Facial, i-evari Faeia;--»^''.Venditioni- Exjxmat, isaaod oat of tho Ootirt. of^.Coipuion ' Pleas of Tioga count;, Pa., to me <Jlr*Oteci, will be exposed to.pnbllo Bala id tbe Court Hooso, in Wollnboro, onJttOKIJAYiHtlib j26(Kbf,August, 1867at odd o' c^pp k m.tho;aftarnoon ,'tlie following <loseribed prc$j>rty^'t.o \$y. ,i •"'• ¦ - <" , ¦ A lot of land in Bloss township and being in tbe village of Blonsburg, being lota No. 10 nnd 11 In block No. 7, on tho nest sidu of William-Bon road100 feet front and about 180 feet deep, one frame dnolllng boasa thereon.. (OuUido fini»h of house Imitation of stono.) To bo sold as the property of J. S. "Jones. ALSO—A lot of land lying in tho township of Morrisbounded north by lanils cf John Wilson and the heirs of Luko W. Morris' estateeast by Goorge Cristsouth by Wm. and John Bucho and John Willlamee,«nd wost by lands in possession of Alfred Bimhtok—containing 160 ....
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
our paper, faction. The convention whiih put the candidates in nomination rnijt under adverse circumstances, the day opening with a storm of unusual severity, which continued until evening without sensible abatement. Still, but few districts were unrepresented. The candidates are all, or nearly all, well known to the"people. Mr. Strang, for Assembly, has served before as the representative of Tioga county, and with great ability. We believe it is generally acknowledged, by the candid of all parties, that he has no superior in ability among the members .of the Tioga Bar: He will, as we believa, represent the county, ' and act for the State, with as much conscientiousness as ability; and the unanimity wIt ' ll which his nomination was made is a high tribute to his popularity. Mr. .. Potter, candidate for Sheriff, is well known as a consistent and action Republican. It was but just that he should be 'nominated by acclamation. jWef say without fear of successful ^ contradictions t...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
0OPPEEHEAD GOSPEL ; "And Brutus is an honorable man ; " so are they all, all honorable men!" Mark Antony was the ArtemusAVard of his day. " He dealt largely in '' sarkassum. " He knelt at the shrine of Cleopatra; Artemus bent before Betsey Jane. The coincidence is marked. The ancients had several masters of ironj', but none so skillful as Antony. N6 other Roman, at least, ever so pun¬ ished a pack of assassins .with complimentary phrases. And we believe no modern writer (Shakspeare excepted—and he ia our tragic historian,) has succeeded in despoiliirg the great Roman of his laurels, until- ' : >this month of August, iu the year of grace 1807. It is comforting to know that he is dead anti dust, and cannot behold himself as he is to-day —, the king of sarcasm dis crowned, dimmed, and damned. Wt nowhere learn that Antony was intimi dated .by tlie inyihic ' personages of an tiquity, who were supposed to exercise control over human-destiny. Hemus ; have heard of the Furi...
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
.. -. . ^R epublican Conaty Cdnventton* The Republicans of Tioga County asscnibled in Annual Convention at Wellsborp, Friday, Aug. 16 , and was organized by the election of \V; H. 'Smith, Esc[.,of Well9boro t President, Wamuel Dickinson,' Esq., yice Preal'dent . and A, B. Vermilyea , and Henry Hollands, Secretaries. ' i The following delegates presented , their, credentials and took their seats: i- Bidss—H Hollands, S. Bowen. . Brookaeld^j-H BSeoley, D W Noble*. 'Charleston— Q \V Avcry, A Kimball. ' Olmthani-i-N Close, D W Temple. ¦ Covingt6n—S]* Richards. ' ' Covington Boro—A MEosnclt. - ' ¦ : . S Clymor—not ropresontod. ' ¦¦ \ \ Bolmar-rSpiokinson,. ! ! W Wetherbec. Dcorficlii-riiot represented? Elk—Goo Maynard, I? Schaubackor. „ "Klklnnd—n6t represented. A , Fnrmington—*Jn9 Beebe/AV" Van Dtigen. Fall Brook—A Pollook, M Stratton. Gaines—A E Yermilyca, li Furma-u. \ ' Jnckson—D H Molutyro, M K Rctan. ¦ Knoxvillc—Victor Case Giles Roberts. Lawrence—not represented. v-j Lawrc...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
EWpG MACHINES Jl'c Claim foHlhe Florence the following adcin-/iijf* oc|r any and all .YetWiiy Ma-[chintt in the World: ¦ /( makes fvx\r tlifforent ntitcho , tho loch, bM, double lock, and rlnnhh hunt, on one nnd |k sanio machine. Each stitch being alihenuhtl siflcn of tho fabric.' ' I Ev ' ory Machine has tho rcrcrsible feed motion, which enables the operator, by simply turning a thumb screw, to have the wnik run tither tu ttie right or left, to stay any part of. (to' seam, i.r fasten tho ciiJh of seuni.?, without lurnin, ' the falirio. gliar|gintc the length of stiteh, ujad fiocu ..u-.-kind of stitch to another, oan readily \>* i»i° while tho Machine is in ' motion. / / The needle is easily adjusted, and (joes not A\y litches. ' 1 It ialaluidst ooisuloss, nnd ran bo used where uiot ia uecoc-sury. , . / Its motions aro - all positive;/ there arc n<> [iringa to get out of order, and its aimplicfty en bles any ono to operate it. : It duos not require finer...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
TnE Case of Mrs. Surratt.—The recommendation for mercy for Mrs. SURRATT,made by- some or the. membeiVof the Military Commission which tried the assassination conspirators, has at last been unearthed, and reads as follows : Tho undersigned, members ! of the Military Commissiondetailed to try Mary E. Surratt and othe ' rs for the conspiracy and murder of 'Abraham Lincoln, late President/ of the United States, &c, respectfully pray the Presi¬ dent, in consideration of tile sex aud age of the. said Mary E. Surratt , if he can, upon all the facts in the case , find it consistent ^jith his sense of duty to the country, to commute the sentence of death which tlie Court have been constrained to pronounce, to imprisonment in the Penitentiary for life " . Respectfully submitted. D. H. HunteR, Maj. Gen., President; Aug. Kautz, Brig, and Brevet Maj. Gen?- R. s. Foster Brig, und Brevet Maj. Gen; ; Jas. A. EkinBrevetBrig. Gen.; Chas. H. Tomkins , Brevet Col. and Actinc Quartermaster. ...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
REGISTER'S NOTICE.—Notico U borcby givon that lCrastus Rose, surviving Executor of William Rose, decoasod, with wlmm is joined C. II. Seymour nnd E. I. Stovona, Administrators, of Royal Roso, deceased 1 , who was alao an Executor of tho said Wm. Rose, doe'd, have Bled tboir final account in tho Rogltter 's Office of Tioga Counly, and that tho same will ho presented to the Orphans' Court of s:\iil county on Mouday, the 2d d.iy of Sept. next, 111 2 o'clock F. M. for confirmation and allowance - D. L. DEANE, RcgiMor. ' Wollsboro, Aue. 7, 1867. NOTICE.—Notico is hereby given that Chas. E. Haleoy, John Hinman, Lewi*. Clark and others ^ bave applied to tho Court of Comm/in Ploas of Tioga couuty for a charter of incorpa. ration undar the nnmo nnd stylo of " Tbo Itcctor, Church Wa ' rdens and .Vestrymen of St. Thomas' Church, Fall Brook ;" and that a haaring upon tho same will be had before said Court, at tho Court House in Wollsboro, ou Monday tbo 2Cth day of August noxt, at which time...
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
(4 PPLICATION IN »IVOUC£.-~!ro Frsncea A. Mil-A. «lf: Tuko notico that William II. U. Motcnlf, jour Husband, Iio9 npplioj to tho Court of Common PIwi80f Tioga County for'a divorao from the bomldot inntiiinonynuj that tlie enld (tourt lins nupoinM Monday tbo '16th day of August nextr &r n hearing of tli.) same, nt the Court House in Wollsboro, at which timo nnd.placo you can attend If you thint propor. July 31,1807. LKKOV TABOR, Sheriff. AUDITOR'S NOTICE'—Tho undersigned appointed au Auditor to dlstributo the pro cceds arising from the ealo of tho real estate of Edwin Royco, now in tho hands of tho Sheriff—will attend to tbo duties of his nppointnieni, ot tht office of M. F. Elliott,!Esq., in Wollsborn, on the 23d day of August nektat lOto'clock A. M ' J. HlARRISON, Auditor. Wollsboro, July 31, 1867, 3t. THE QUEEN'S CEPHALIC PILLS.—These nro tho latest improvement among tho pill? Thoy are confidently believed to bo tho bo«f pill* for family ysa that have oycr been made. T...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
•Sale of Personal Property. * THE subscriber will sell at Bennett's Mill, Charleston, tbo following personal property 1 Portable Engine and Boiler, 15-horse power, in compute rnnning order. 4 Utica Wagons. 3 Span of Mnles. 2 Span of Horses. . • ~' i 1 Span of Colts.' - 4 Superior Cons. l ' lot of Hogs, pure Chester Whites, and a lot of Household Furniture Prices reasonable nnd terms easy. To bo sold at privato solo'. 1 All porsons iridabted to the subscsibor will ploasol call and sotllo iumcdiutely. , . t. C. BENNETT Bennett's Mills, July 31, 1807, 3w. Batter and Cheese. HIGHEST Market Price paid for Butterland Cheese, or shipped for parties at ! 24julyG7 ^ TOLES A BARKER'S. J. 6- PUTNAM, M ILL WRIGHT—ARont for nil tho best TURBINE WATER WHEELS. Xlso for Stewart's Oscillating Movement for Gnng and Mulay Saws. . ¦ Tioga, Ptf., Auij. 7, 1867, lv. • '
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
rpiOGA CO. COURT PROCLAMATION. ,l X Whorens, tho Hon. Robert O. White, P" s1 ' dent Judge for tho 4th Judicial District of Pennsylvania, anil C. F. Veil and Blisha T. licntley, (Esq.'a, Asaociato Judges in Tiogn. county, 1>»K [issued their precopit, bearing dnto the 24iii Ua: I of July, 1867, and to mo diroctod, lor tbe hol.iihg of Orphan's Court, Court of Common Jlej" fleneral Quartor Sessions and Oyor and T«jr"»» or, at Wollsboro, for tbo County of Tiogn.fn'" 4tb Monday of Aug., (being tho 26th <l'Ji' 18(17, and to continue two wooks. . . L N" otic« is therefore hereby given, to tlte| Coii'- nor, Justices of tho Peace, and Constables jtt * w for tho county of Tiogn, to appear in i^f", " w propor persous, with their rocords . inquipiti1 *'! 6 !!' aminationsund romembrnnces, to do tho5o Inin?- which of their offieos and in thoir bblinK »PP" tain to bo done, and nil witnepsos n/id oth6rp"' sons prosecuting in behalf of tho Ctmmoimt' 1 " against any porson or persons, ...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
BOROUGH ORDINANCE , PASS ED by tho Burgess & Town Council of the Borough of Luwroncevillu, Pa., at a meoting hold at tho office of 0. W. Ryon, Esq., on tho 21et day of Juno, A. D. 1807 : ¦ It is hereby ordained by tho Burgess and Town Conncil of tho Borough of Lawreneoville, Pa,, That on or after th"e " tenth day of August, A: D. 18C7'nny person or 1 persons yelling or orying out and lounging about tbo streetalleysor public places in said Borough, in a drunkon or disorderly manner, or displaying any.lewdness or ind e cency, in a public manner, or ' in, any wny disturbing ' the peace apd quiet, of the neighborhood, or cntting or defacing the lockup or any public buildings belonging to said Boroagh, or in arty way interfering with any officor in the discharge of bis duty, shall bo subjoct to arrest by the High Constable or any other proper officer of said Borough to bo taken to tbo Borough Lockup and there confined for a period not exceeding thirty-six hours, when ho , she...
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
Tho Jury in the Surratt Case, so fter beiiig out three da^s failed to agree and were ' discharged! They stood four for conviction aud eight for acquittal. ' Kentucky has elected a rebel Governor by a majority of 00,000. Kentucky staid in the Union nominally effectually to aid the rebels ' : much a rebel State to-day the- move She is aa as South Carolina, and worse in a political point of view. We guess that her majority will be the only ' Copperhead majority south of Mason & Dixon' s line.
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
R.KPimLicA 'N County Ticket FOR ASSEMBLY, B. B, STRANG, of.Wosificld. FOR SHERIFF, j J. B. POTTER, of Middlebury ... FOR TREASURER, H.. C. BAILEY, of Delihur. FOB COMSIISSIONER, JOB REXFORD, of Weslfwld. FOR AUDITOR, r DAVID CAMERON, of Tioga V FOR JURY COMMISSIONER, LEROY TABOR, of Wellsboro FOR CORQNElt; . E. J. BOSWORTH, of Blots.
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
I Snakes.—On the 22d ulfc., Samuel iWilson killed one copperhead and eleven rattlesnakesall in one nesjt, about a quarter of a mile above the mouth of Ferney Run. . Five rattlesnakes were killed aomfi time previously onTlte premises of Truxton Goodman , in Leidy township, all In one bod y. . gnal?es appear to abound thi« neawn. The copperhead /variety, Jt v4H ho, observed however' dwwnot pireAnmlnntel'-ClinU on ItcjivbUvxn. -- ¦
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 21 August 1867
like hot cakea at C B. KELLY'S. April I,. 186?. I ' ;- ,. i ii CAJfP FROM THii AMERICAN WATCH^ COMPANY ' ¦ OP • WAT ^ TIIAM, MASS. . ? 11iU Company bog )«!»¦•) m inr»Mn Ihe public Hint th;»y cotniiteiiftuil opunition* in IHfjii, and their factory now cuvura tour neres of - jjri.mid und bits cost morto (hi»i a million dollars, and employs over 700 operatives. They produco-T5 000 Watches a year, and make ami i<ell not U»« than onelmlf of nil tho irntclieii tnlil in tho UbU ted States. . The differenco bolwpon their iinlnufactare ' and Ilio J2uropeu.ii, ii brk-fly thin: Jiarifia.in Wntcicj uro made aliuusl entirely by hand, and the rcbult is of ncceesily a luck of that uniformity, nhich is indispensable to corroct timc-kecplng. Roth the cyo and the band of the most skillful apom. live must vary. But it is* nl fact that, oscept w.ttchcfl of tho higher grades, European watches are tho product of. tto chenpest labor of Suit!, orlnnil, and the result is the" worthless Ancr...