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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
THE BAZAAR I ONE Door bolow Wm. Koborta' Hardware StorO i is thtfvory V o " PLACE YOU IONO HAVE SOUGHT to purchase i SXLYER-IJLATEI) WARE such as ' " • TEA SETTS, jTETE-A-TETE SETTS BUTTER blSHES, CASTORS, oakJe baskets, FRUIT BASKETS, NAPKjak.RINGS CARD TOYS, SILVER SPOONS, 1 PLATED FORKS, &c, &l ,1 ( Also bronze ornaments, brackets lamps, Watches, clocks, JEWELRY, & FANCY - GOODS of all descriptions in his line of business.? , Wellsboro, May 8, 1867-tf. A. FOLEY.
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
, ' For Sale. DESIRING to avoid the caro nnd trouble of attending to |5y present bueinoss I will poll on reasonablo terms, all or any part of my forming and'timber lands, nituntcdfin tho townsliijrof Tioga, Tioga county, Pa., nnd consisting of tho following properly, to wit: Tho farm on which I live at Mitobell'a Creek, containing abont 300, stores, 80 ijcrus of tho pnuio rive* fiat land, and about 10 . 0 . acres imprpvod, with!.3 dwelling buUBoa, 3-barna, a post <>ffioo or stonp building, 2 corn houses, and other out bui.dings, and 2 orchards and a Bteani saw mill, j f*Also, about tOOO uores^ot ' oak, hemlock, and other timber lands on which thoro aro 2 or 3 icheap dwelling houses, and about 20 norw of im-Iprovcdland. ! WAI. .K. MITCHELL, I Mitoholl's Crook, May 1, 18GT. inpiOQA CO. COURT PROCLAMATION. B Whereas, tho Hon. Kobert G. Wibilo, President Judge for tho 4th Judioial District of Pennsylvania, afid C. F. Veil aud Elisha T. Uentley, Esq.'s, Associate Judges...
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
Some of the Coppery papers are complaining of the appointment of- Col. McFarland Superintendent of Soldiers' Orphan Schools, vice T. H. Burrowes, removed. Mr. Hickok was superseded by Mr. Burrowes as State Superintendent of Common Schools in I860; this was under Gov. Packer, Hickok being a. Republican, and Burrowes a democrat. Gov. Curtin removed Burrowes aud appointed Cobum * Republican, in his stead. ¦ This was legitimate retaliation ; for the Republican party cannot afford to do all " the magnanimous." - Gov. Geary has now removed Mr. Burrowes, and appointed Col. McFarland Superintendent of the" State Orphans' Schools. She appointee is a disabled soldier, young, vigorous, and an experienced educator. Mr ; Burrowes had used his power chiefly to avenge fancied injuries.. Having conceived that the cause of education would not! p_nrli«a ffliA.UttKfc hoopcms to .l»tWM» **A. dressed himself, to tho task of blowing out.the lamps of fellow educators, that the feeble flame of his ru...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
A PPLICATIONS FOR LICENSE.—Notice : r\ is hereby given that the following named ^persons nave made application for Tavern Licenses and Eating House Licenses, and that tbe same will be presented to the Conrt of Quartet Sessions tho 29th day of May inat., at two o'clock P. M. when all interested, may attend if thoj think proper. HonsrjS OP ENTEnTAINHENT. Liberty—Joel H. Woodruff,* L 'L Comstock. Nolnorj-j-Charlos E, Goodrich.-Union—George I. Clafflin'.* ____Rutlan<T— D. W. Hibbard, ? G.W Hermon." . Middlobury—E. C, Wcstbrook.*/J. Rodington* II H Pottor,* Wellsboro—B B Ilolidny e A. Hailott* Delmnr—Wm R Coles" ; Knoiville—Wm H Hoytf Covington—Thomas Gritvcs " Union—Myron Niahola * Mariefield—D D Uoliday* , liberty—n H Shelter* : Blosa—Jamos Kelley" , Rufus Farr " J B Tnylor. j ' ¦ '' - Elkland—A J Tillman«ft Jackson—E L Boynton.* Fall Brook—Libbins Phillips,* ' J)eorOcld—Ira Wagner.* Eatino Houses. Wollsboro—Goorge Hastings. Blos3 _John A. Wilson.* 1 . Middlob ury—V. B. Ho...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
SfiERIFF'S SALES. ? BY virtue of-sundry writs of Fieri Facia*, Lf vdri Facia), aud Vendiiioni Exponai$ ig. sued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Tiogo countyPa.to me directed, will be exposod to^publio sale in the Conrt House, in Wellsboro, ¦«tt MONDAY, the 27th of Mny, 1867, nt one o'clock in tho aftarnooD, tho foil owing described property, to wit: ' ¦ ' A lot of land lying in the Borough of Knoxville, bounddd and described as follows: on the -north 1 by lands of J. Donrman ' , eaat by Clark Beach, south by Main street, and west by Churoh itreot—containing & ef an aero more or loss, one framo dwelliDg house, one frame otoro, ona frame barn and out buildings, and fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the property of Abigail Seely, Harriet Seely, Marvin Seely and Luke D. Seely, heirs at law of Henry Seely. ALSO—A lot o£ land lying In the towriships ol Clymer and Wesrfiold, hounded and described as follows: on the north by lands of Elmer Ha ' ckett . and Lewis H. Knapp, e...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
[so cart v. n.xsttwiT. stamp.} TtOOA COUNTS, si " i .ilHlj. Tho Coknmouwenllli of P«iiu.iy]rnni. MftfmSf. to tbo Sliflrtffofsaid county, GtaeUnJ i wiMmtlK If Stcplicn fierce mnko jon secure oi •flBBircwBj presenting bla claim, then wo eon.t,, ona ¦jKSSwKSp son that yon summon Abram R. 'tVltxT •j&SMgCi Into of your County, to that ho bo and *"* appear boforo bur Judgon at Wellsboro at our county Court pi Comtaon Pleas, there to bo he)i tbo last Monday of Slay uoxt, to show wherefore _ whorcaji they, tbo said Stephen Plorco and tb6 aforesaid Abram ft. Wing, tqgbtfior nild undivided, Uo hjiii all tliosa certain mcfiaaafioaor tracts of )»nd,iliu«t0 lu tho township of Morris, County of Tioga and Slate ot Pennsylvania, bonndert and dewSrirxd M Jollowi: Beginning at nn oldbeoch, th« Bontheaat corner of tract of land surveyed in pnrsuanco-of warrant No. HDi issued to Howes £ Fitlicr, thonco West olglitocn xir ' - dies to tho Nortli-ciwf cornor, of tract surveyed in perauanco oi ...
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
Attempt at Robbery.—Iinst Friday, Mr. Pettingill, ^) f Leona, had occasou to visit the eastern portion of the town, of Springfield to borrow spme money, and on Mb return •stopped/at the tavern at Springfield Centre, | t was in the evening, and there was a crowd in the bar-room drinking;, and he was invited, to drink but refused. During his 6tayhe let drop the remark that he had been to borrow a hundred dollars, which it is^Upposed was the* cause of the assauItT Leaving the tavern about nine o'clock he had proceeded! about a mile when he received a Bevcrd blow on the back of his head from a club. The blow was repeated several times and burning, he raised his hand which "" was injured b y another. blow, 'Again a stroke cut open the left side of his head, severing some of the arteries and fetching him to hla»knees. He struck at his aeaailant, breaking one of his i knuckles by the stroke, and laid him over, against the stone wall next the road. Juafc then he thought ho.aaw another p...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
TyEGISraR'S N . OTICE.—Notico is hereby JjL given that the following named Administrators and Guardians, bavo filed their nccounu in the Register's Offico in and for Tioga county, Pa., and that the eamo will bo. presented to the Honorable 4 , tho Judges of the Orphans' Court, in and for said counjty, at an Orphans' Court to bo held at Wellsboro; on Tuesday, tho 28th day of May nest, at 10 o'clock A. M. Final. account of J. L. Kingsbury, Adminii. trator of the estate of L ' yman Hart, deceased.- • Final acoount of P. O. Hoig, Guardian of Malissa Hoig and othors, minor 1 children,of Stioldon Itoig dooeaBcd. T i Final acoount of M. V. Purple, Administrator of tho ostato of Ansol Purplo, deceased. Account of Elcazor S. Soeley, Adminietraigr of tho cfltataef Dnvid Close, JocohaoJ. Account of E. C. Wickham, 1). L. AikoD, and Caro'lino Prutsmnn, Adminiitrutora of the estate of Q. M. I'ruWmnn, doeceased. i . Account of T. A. Rumsoy, and II. II. Lament,, Administrators of Jtho cstnte of ...
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
NOTICE OP APPEALS! US. EXCISE TAX! Eighteenth Colloc-, tioh District.of Pennsylvania, comprising the counties of Centre, Lyeoming, Clinton, JEioga and Potter. '? Notice is hereby givon, pursuant to the proii. sions of Section 9th of tho Act approved July 13th, 1S6C, that tho list,of valuations, nsfc-1.--monts or ennmcrationc, made under the In ternal "Rovenuo Laws, -tnd taken by the several ' Assistant Assessors of this District, will remain upon at their offices for tbo spaco of ten days prior I" the dnto fixed to hear appeals, for tho examination of all persons interested. Tho Assessor will receive and determine appeals, relative to erroneous or excessive valuftations, at his office, in Bellofonto, Contro county, Pa., on MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY, tho 13th, 14th, and 15th days of MAY. 1887. K All appeals to tho Assessor must be made in writing, specifying the matter respecting which a decision is requested and'staling the ground of [ inequality or error complained of. 1 ' V...
Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
\ THE PLAGE TO BUY DRUGS. ! A T tho Lawrenoevillo Drag Store, where you J\. will find every thing properly belonging to (ho Drug Trad6 ] CHEAP,' CHEAPER, CHEAPEST, »nd of the best quality for Cash. Also, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamps, Fanoy Notions. Violin Strings, Fishing Tackle, Window QIais, Ac ; Cash paid for Flax Seed. ; 0. P. LEONARD. Lawroncovillo, May 8,1S67, JVTOTI0E IS HEREBY GIVEN tha_t,Mnry ±y E. Baldwin, FranoeB M. Wright, 3. M. Smith, and others, have applied to. tho Conrt of Common Pleas of Tioga county for a oharter of Incorporation for .literary purposes, under tho name of tho "Normal Lltorary Society of Mans-Beld," and that the charter will 4>o granted next term if no objection bo made May 8, 1867. J. F. DONALDSON, Prot.
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
NOTICE. —Notico is hertbygivon that James 11. WJlson, William Hollands, Robert Cros: by iimd others, bavo applied to tbo Court of Com. uiod Picas of, Tioga county ' for a chiirtorof incorporation to themselves, thoir associates and successors, fof religious purposes, under the name and stylo of " Tho Rector, Church Wardens' and Vestrymen of tho Parish , of St. Jatriea, Mbdbfield, Tiogii Co. Pn." and tbat said Court hnvc fixed on M( nday, tho 27th day of Mny, next, at tho Court I ouso, for a hearing in tho promises, when said c harter will bo granted if, no goqd cause ia shown to tho contrary. Apr. 17, J 07. • J. F. DONALDSON, Proth'y. i T^XECUTOR'S NOTICE.—Letters testatneniVi tary having beon granted to the uudemigned upon the last .will nnd testament of Wui. Ludington, late of Sullivan, deceased, qll perrons Inilebted to said ostuto will make immediate par. tneut, anil those having claims will pre ' gunt thorn to PHCEBE LUDINUTON, ) r , AMANDEfl liUDINUTON.j hx re April 17, 18...
Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
Our hereditary enemy, Sir Johannes Taujus, alias John Bull, has made au egregious blunder. He has convicted two of the Fenian leaders and sentence ed them to be hangedii Has Britannia been asleep durihg^hese two post-rebellion years? Have her Tory statesmen forgotten iheir protest against harsh r dealing with American traitors? or was that exhortation to magnanimity, forgiveness and oblivion intended only for American markets? , ; ' .We rejoice to learn that treason is to jbe regarded as a crime in one jurisdiction, at Iea9t,
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
(B. B: BOEBEN, TIOQA, JPA.,. HAS just returned from the pity with a large and desirable etook of goods consisting of : DRUGS AND MEDICINES, ¦fiinkee Notions, of every description, Glass and Jjatod-W&ro, Wall Paper, Paints and Oil*, Dye ^affe, Schopl Books, Grocorioa, and finally «very tting that it ever kept in a Drag and Notion Sore, ' I wonld also call the ottention of the pnbliS to our Stock ot .GERMAN LAMPS, unoqualed in tho wide' world, and also that 'I am Agent for tbe " Morton" Gold Pen, and shall always keep a large assortment. Tioga, May 8,, 1807-tf. B. B. BOKDBN.
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
Real Estate Sale. i THE Subscriber will sell or rent tbo following valuable propofty, to wit: Ono tavorn ttand in Lawroncerille. ' )l Ono Turin, on which bo now resides, ono-hnfi mile from threo^churches, two Sohool Ilousefj, two grog shops, and ~ on© railroad', and about the R.iine (iietanco from the lino of tho-W«Hsboro and LiiwiCiDCOVlUo Railroad. The farm contains 1C0 aeres of pood land, 60'acres timbered, well watered, nnd very productive. It roquiros that the seed should be sowed mnd planted, howovsa^ to ensure a harvest. One farm in Jackson township, 175 acres; a first-rato plaoe for a cheese factory.. Also—for sale—4' mules, 75 sheep, nnd other stock, cbonp on reasonable terma. I • M. S. BALDWIN. Lawrence, Apr. 17, 1867-tf.
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
NOTICE.—J. G. Parkhurst,. R. T. Wood, J. A. Hammond,and others, bavingapplied to the Court of Common Pleas of Tioga county for incorporation for mechanical nnd other purposes, under Iho name of "Tho Young Men's Union Association of Elkland Borough," notice ia hereby given that said oharter will bo granted nt next term unless objootion bo made. ' May 8,1867i J F DONALDSON, Prot. • Mohawk Chief—Will Btand at his stable in Tioga borough through tho season, oommenoing May 10. Terms—Season tickets, $6. May 8, 1807-tf '' E. A. SMEAD.
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
HOIUE »IATT1_R S. \v4d^ESUAY, « MAY 8, 1067. ~ - Now Advertisements. ' » Havo oh Ejro- ' oD Tour Bunino?s—O. B. Kiff _ Brother. Tho Flaco to buy Drugs—C. I', Leonard. ¦ Drugs and Modioinos—D. 11. Borden. Sheriff's Sales—Sheriff Tabor. Adminietrnfor'8 Notice—W. F. Lamb, John W. (Juornsey, Administrators. Charter Notice—J. F. Donaldson, Proth'y. , do —~I. F. Donaldson, Proth'y. Morcantile Appraisement—E. J. Purple. ¦ Tlio Bazaar—A.^Fploy. • '. Mohawk Chief—iE. A. Sraend. » . Sew-Tork Markets.—Tho following wholesale prices ujr Produce ruled on Friday, 20th nit: ^ FIour-$10,5D@$10—Wlioat(Spring) $2,60Winter 340 —Corn-^l.a* 1 - 0»t8-80c—Barloy-Sl,14 — Clover Seod-- ji 1b 19c—Titoothy %\ l)n8b.-$3,G0-EggB-27c—Dried Applei-llc—Bij«<!r-18@2-2c—Cl\e«36-lT®19c—Mtss Pork -lie—Hanl«12@22c—Lajd-13c-—IIop3-30_60c. The corrected P. & E. R. R. Time Ttv appears in.last column . of 4th page this week. Correction.—In last week's piiper ho mako Mr. Steele say that his father moved...
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Tioga County Agitator — 8 May 1867
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY Fon,| * THE PURIFYING OF THE BLOOIX Dr. J. W. JpotAND'S HUMOR DOCTOK, A Positive Remedy, for all Kinds of Humon, particularly ' ITRY8IFELA8, iNfiTTLE RaSII, " SiW RnECM, Scrofoia, Carbuncles, Coils, and Piles. ' It ia very gratifying to say of Una, or of any other inodicino, " It is the very' beat remedy known." Ii is not always so easy to proved it. It is, however, oxcoedingly gratifying to tho Proprietor of this raodioino, that, while ho do' clarcs to tho pnblio that this \s a most wonderful and offocCivo specific for Humors, as stated above, ho has abundant proof at hhnd to sustain bin statement. For sixteen years tho Humor Doctor has been manufactured and sojd, and every.year has increased tho valuo of its reputation, and tho amount " of its sales. In New Hampshiro, who .ro it Originated, no remedy for humors is so highly prized. An eminent physician (now an army surgeon) when practicing in Now Hampshiro, purchased hotween fifty and sixty gallons of it, ...