The Tioga County agitator. (Wellsboro, Tioga County, Pa.) 1865-1871, August 12, 1868, Image 2

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    " N - ww three groans, and let them be
good ones, for Seymore and his c l ussid
doctrine with will grind us into the
dust under the heels uv Belmont, and
aid the furrin capitalists by paying the
bonds in gold I"
And they groaned as heartily es they
"We, ez Dimocrats," continued Joseph,
"hey sworn by our altars and our fires,
never to support for any offis, any man
who would pay a debt inkurred by a
unconstitoosheriel government in a un
constitooshenel war, in anything but
the debased currency wich that uncoil
stitooshenel government ishood."
" Never ! never ! we aware !"
" Very. good !" said Josef, " this pa
per wieh I hold in my hands conveys
the ailllctin intelligence - that on the
twenty seckond ballot Gov. Horasho
Seymore, uv Noo York wuz nomenated,
and that - Frank Blair wuz nomenated
Vice'President by acclamation. "Ez
Seyinore is opposed bitterly to Pendle
.ton's greenbax policy, I -spose, uv
'coarse, the Corners will repoOdiate the
ackshen uv the convenshin."
- And with a laff wich wuz devilish in
the extreme, Josef left the stand.
The meetin broke up in a row. , The
-Corners felt that they bed bin imposed
upon, and hed I not got out uv the way
I mite hev bin personelly injoored;
The Deekin, Bascom,Kernel McPel
ter, Issaker Gavitt and I met in the
postoffis after the excited crowd hed
- dispersed, and consulted. We was in a
ruther a tits place. Relyin on the
strength uv our candidate, we hed gone
too far in denouncin the others, the for
that matter what coed we do ? The
two policies is so cussed opposite that
we can't support the one Without de
nounsin the tother. It luz desided
that we support the ticket. We felt it
wuz safe. Seymore, if he, is electid,
can't discriminate between his suppor
ters in the distribooshen ' uv- the post
arises, and after all that is the real ques
tion at ishoo. After giving the subjick
a more iatoor considerashen, we come
to the ednclooshen that the credit and
staudin uv the Goverment demanded
the payment of the nashnel indebted
-ness in gold, and that anything short of
that would be repoodiashin.
"I wonder," sed I, "that any honest
man—any man who beleeves in man
timing unimpaired the 'credit of the
goverment, shood think for a moment
uv payin the debt in anything but wuz
contemplated—honest hard gold."I At
a meetin the next nite to ratify
more's nominashen, I sed this over agin,
and asked em of any Ditnocrat who re
membered the glorious Fite Jackson
made for hard-money, wood consent I . ol'
moment to multiply a irredeemable
.paper currency .? No! Let us, ez our
glorious standard bearer Seymore dkez
so boldly perclaimed, let us pay (Air
debts in Dimekrittic money—gold—
hard, shinin yaller gold. Three cheers.
for Seymore !"
And they cheered ez vigorously eZ
eye'? heered men cheer. Ther aint no
trouble in managin the Dimocrisy: All
they want is to hey it settled vat they
are to hurrah for, and they hurrah for
it. Notwithstandin the fo paw I made
the first nite, we shell poll the yoosual
vote for Seymore, and possibly more.—
Yet the experiment wuz a leetle risky.
I will never ratify agin till I kuow,Fat
I am ratifying and for whom.
(WM:lls Postmaster.)
- Mr. Seymour's " friends" are Just the
men to carry out the designs of Blair.
" Democrats every.wh i ere confident,"
announces The World.(l •That party in
cludes all the confijlence meu.
Mr. Parton asks, "'Will the coming
man drink wine?" If he's a good
Democrat he'll prefer vhisky.
• The Libby Prison has been suggest
ed as a suitable place for a Democratic
headquarters during the Presidential
A new Seyniour paper has been start
! ekby Messrs.;'ones, King: & Co., in
Houston, Texa . It is called The Ku
Klux Gazette.
If the war was "a failure" as the
Democratic party declared in 1864, why
are!they so anxious to prove that Sey
moAr.was in favor of it ?
H6ratio J. ueelinecl so ma
..y times, and so persistently, that there
is no:doubt he will soon go into a gener
al decline and close up business. -
" Blair had been tendered the nomi
nation for the same office by those whq
had the power to confer it in the Con/
vention in Chicago."
Seymour Man—l toll you what, sir,
Democracy is looking up. Grant •Man
—Well, your bogus Democracy is so flat
on its back that it can't look any other
The Democrats of the West are be
ginning to think that , the New-York
Convention consisted of Greenbacks
and Greenhorns on one side, and Bonds
and Sharpers on the other.
Blair says "we seek , to restore the
Constitution by executin the will of
the people." The Chicago Post says if
he doesn't look sharp, the will of the
people will execute him.
The Warrensburg (.111o.)' Standard is
informed that there is a rebel flag in the
sanctum of The Warrensburg Journal,
for " the faithful" to weep over. Send
it to Frank Blair, by all means.
There is some curiosity to know
whether Seymour, Ind., where the-
Adams Express robbers recently were
lynched, was named after Horatio. If
so, he should call there with a speech
addressed to " My friends."
THE Democratic programme is noth
ing less than revolution, anarchy, and
A NEW CIVIL. WAR, beginning with dis
union, and leading to either a rebel des
potism over the white ana black Union
men of the South,tir another great and
bloody struggle, in which both the
North and South may liecome involved.
This is the feast to which theDemocrat
ie party invites the nation —Detroit
Daniel S. Dickinson used always to
say that he knew when Horatio Sey
tnour most desired to he a candidate for
/ office, by the pertinacity with which he
, declined it. When Seymour received a
complimentary renomination in 1564.
nil was expected to adhere to . his de
' laced purpose not to accept, he disap
pointed and disgusted the wiser mem
bers of the party and was defeated at
the polls, as they knew he would be.—
The late Dean Richmond was in the
lobby of Tweddle Hall at the time, and
some one informing him that liieyniour
- was making a speech accepting' the
• nomination, he turned on his heel . in
anger, saying, "I always knew he was
a fool; and now he has proved it."
READ:AND REFLECT.—The following
is an extract from the speech of F. P.
Blair, delivered in New YOrk, on the
- evening of the 10th 'inst. We recom
mend its careful persual to our soldier,
" What civilized people on the earth
would refuse to associate themselves in
all the rights and honors and dignities
of their country such men as Lee and
Johnston' [Voice, " none," " none."]
What civilized country would fail to
do honor to those who, fighting for an
erroneous cause, yet diatinguishedithem
selves by gallantry never surpassed [ap
plause] in that contest, for which they
are sought to be disfranchised and ex
iled from their homes ! in that eon
,. teat they proved themselves to be our
Rebel Generals may be the peers of
F. P. Blair, Jr. - Union soldiers do not
consider them their peers. -,
The Milwaukee Sentinel (Rep.) says :
" We have a gold candidate on a green
-back platform. That a man should stul-
Ify himself by going before the people
as the champion of a policy diametri
cally opposite of that to which he is un
equivocally 'ommitted, Tight excite
some surprise were not, that man a. pro
fessional politician—in kkunt, Horatio Seymour.
She agitittit?x.
Gen. 111.141SSES S. GRANT
Hon. Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana
Republican State Nominations.
If elected to the office of
President of the United
:Rates, it will be my endea
vor to administer ALL THE
LAWS in good faith, with
economy, and II ith the
view of git ing PEACE ones
wrteer. In times like the
present it i 4 illipOSEibie. or
at least eminently int prop.
er, to lay down a poney to
be adhered to. right or
wrong. through an aliMin
isti tion oI four years—
New political issues, not
fort-Seen. rtes coo Omit iy
arising , the views of the
public un old ones are con
stantly changing. and a
purely administrative olli•
cur should aiwn)a lie lett
Inc PEOPLE. I always have
respected that will nod Al
ways shall. Prace UNI
quell ce—ivi h economy of
adminisiAlion.will lighten
the burden of taxation.
while It constantly rednc.,l
the national debt. I,
"With great iespeet,sour
obedient servant.
"U. GRAia."
We don't think much of such quips
and quirks as we occasionally manage
to scribble. But that is no reason why
the Potter Journal should copy them
and credit to the Bloonisburg Republi
Gen. Wade Hampton is to edit a paper in
Columbia, South Carolina, they say. If he shoots
paper bufets as well as he did leaden ones, the
Yankee carpet-baggers in the State will have to
"get up and git."—Clinton Democrat.___
Exactly. Wade Hampton will - vote
as he,shot—against the Union and the
James Buchanan, Democratic Presi
dent of the Milted States, surrendered
the jurisdiction of eight States in the
South to Jefferson Davis, in February
1861. He surrendered the remaining
States to Abraham Lincoln on the 4th
of March following. If you never
thought of that before think —r eb .2 ,, Iv •
There is one iee=cooT - cnap editing a
Copperhead sheet out west. He knows
that August Belmont, the principal
agent of the aristocracy of Europe is
the chief of the Democracy, and carries
a bag for them ; yet he accuses the Re
publicans of using British gold to carry
the election against Seymour. What a
fellow, to be sure.
The fragrant Democracy which has
its headquarters. in Center, Cross, and
Division Streets, is to have an organ of
its darling own ; and the La Crosse man
is to be its proprietir. Good-bye World;
Good-bye Express ; Good-bye Daily
News; Good-bye Venus Miscellany.—
Your occupation's gone.
The Williamsport Bulletin now pub
lishes a daily. It is small, but right
keen and smart. It is published as a
campaign paper at six cents a week,
and Capron says its continuance be
yond November will depend upon pat z :
ronage. Williamsport has now three
dailies, none of them paying a profit.
Go ahead, gentlemen, but save enough
to kee • you out of the Poor house.
Gen. Charles G. Halpine, one of the
most brilliant and erratic geniuses in
the newspaper and literary world, died
suddenly, at the Astor House, r New
York city, Sunday evening, Aug. 2.
The immediate Cause of his death was
cerebral excit merit, caused by an over
dose of chloroform. Alas for " Miles
O'Reiley P' Like many another erratic
star he has fallen from the heavens, be
cause he put into his mouth " an enemy
to steal away his brains."
We admire the exceeding innocence
of a Republican eotemporary who asks
the Democratic press of the country_to
deal frankly !with the Republican party
on the subj,Ct of the redemption of the
public debt. i Sir Innocence, "do !men
gather grapes of thorns, or figs of this
tles?" •In answer to your prayer for a
frank, fir M
and square contest, yoti will
get a bier lie an ever. Good friend,
keep out of the way of the cows.
T° the noisy clamors of the Copper
heads, who insist upon redeeming the
bonds of the nation with greenbacks,
we put the question again : How will
you redeem the greenbacks? Let i us
have your answer, without prevarica
tion or cercumlocution. No dodging,
no shystering. Toe the mark. j-fpou
propose to • redeem the greenbaeltriAp
greenbacks, how soon will you get back
to hard money ? If hi coin, why ndt
redeem the bonds in coin and let, thlit
eud it? -
Were we a particular friend of Go .
Seymour our first move would be o
buy up the horrid caricatures of th.t
gentleman now being published in tl e
Seymour papers. He was not of ti e
African type when last we saw . him,
thougit by no means. the fairest speci
men of the noble Caucasian. His pic
ture, as published, has less of the C 4
easian than Fred. Douglass. His com
panion on the ticket is made to resem
ble a Bowery Rough.. The original is
rough enough, but not quite PA) outrit
meows Los the picture.
Prom Gen. ItWee letter
seeking the nomination:
"There is but one way to
restore the Government
end rise Constitution; and
that is for the,Prealdent
elect to declare the recon
struction:lets null and veld,
compel the army to undo
its usurpations at the South .
the white people to rem ,
gimize their own govern'
useists and ..feet Senators
and Representatives. The
House of Representatives
wilt contain a majority of
democrats from the North
and they wilt admit tie
ltepreventatives elected by
the white people of the
South; and, with the co
operation of the President.
it will not be difficult tc
comma. vat SENATE. TO SUB
MIT Ones RUM. CO the ohlt•
otions of the Constitution.
we nnt••t have a
Prefldent who '*III ext•cute
the nil( of the people. by
narniiling into dust the
murpationa of Congress
known us the t econstruct,
ion acts.
The ellin4s of the Seymour party are
directed to the work of covering up and
concealing the serious questions to be
decided by this campaign:. Ours must
be directed to the wnrk of keeping those
'questions upper moSt in the 'White mind.
A vote this year is a vote to go forward
in the race for national greatness, or a
vote,to return upon the path of progress
and stand again where We stood in Feb
ruary, 1801. It matters not, a jot what
motives may 'control - the vote of any
than, the vote itself is a vote to do one
of the 1 wo thing above mentioned.
—ln other words we have to decide
whether we will return to Slaveliolding
domination, under which the Condi
tions of slavery must inevitably be re
stored ; or, grown wiser in the trial by
battle, .we shall retain the powers of the
General Government in the hands of
the party, which saved the nation from
_the horrid embrace of treason. With
many the choice had not to be made.
With others, governed by narrow and
selfish motives the sport of designing
men, the choice is to be m l ittle. It is to
the former as to comrades that we ap
peal ; and to the latter class, as to men
whom a feather's weight may convert
into enemies of free government, or in
to temporary supporters of the same.
We do not suppose that there is to be
much proselyting done this season.—
Men who read, acid understand what
they read ; and men who vote as their
fathers 'voted or -as ,some prominent
man votes, cannot be changed. Young
men, just stepping upon the stage of
active life, whose political opinions are
yet to be settled on an enduring basis,
are made the prey of conscienceless
'demagogues always, wherever it is pos
lsible. Then there is the "floating vote,"
as it is called, made up of men of .weak
minds and weak moral sense; of whom
it used to be said by Democratic mana
gers—" they go with the last man who
gets hold of them." This vote is the
" main bolt " of the Coppery voliti
clans. A drink of poor whisky, a little
job of work, a little judicious flattery
applied by a gushing master of deport
ment—and the work of proselyting is
supposed to be complete. The proper
place for such sovereigns, according to
the laws of gravitation, is with the
DemOeracy. We doubt if it ever pays
to invest much in such stock, even
when the coin which is its equivalent is
plenty. But. men and part ies do invest in
it. Unfortimately the inveqinent, only
lasts one year at Longest, and a new ad
vance of principal is i red. But as for
dosing men wit •: whisky to secure their
votes, we are now, as ever, utterly op
posed to it. Nor shall we con nten'anee
bribery in any shape ; for if the desti
nies of the nation depend upon the ma
nipulation of the 11o:ding vote, the ex
periment of free government has thped
already. It is about time that the Peo
ple who have opinion , , who read, and
have brains enotieh to comprehend
what they read, took the reins into their
own hands. If there be a man unde
cided, and waitinir, for a reason, gite
him the y facts,.and thus, if he be - a rea
smiable man, secure him for progress
and peace. Let no man of that kind
fail to support llepublioan. principles
because of a lack of a knowledge of the
trt.te state of the e
tae for e, ctua no 91:tol. ;mat( be inauced
to vole for•our ticlet by whiqy or brib
ery, by deceit or lies. If we cailnot, suc
ceed by straitforward campaigning,
without stooping to the dirty tricks
which stand in the place of a good
cause with our opponents, then success
is not worth having, and had, cannot
be depended upon.
—And in so far as inatters'of opinion
are concerned there must be the NV Iciest
toleration. But in so far as facts and
the unbiased record is concerned we
shall abide by them now, as heretofore ;
and now, as heretofore, we shall de
nonce any wilful falsification of the re
cord by the common enemy as false
hood, naming actions by their , right
names and holding every liar responsi
ble to the public he insults. The, work
has begun already. We see it stated
The Radicals have provided for an
army of 100,000 wen to control the elee
tionsfin the South. This is a lie, and
the man who retails It is a liar, of course.
The facts are that the army of the
United Stases numbered less than 20,000
on the Ist day of January, 18(38 ; and
the cost of this army for the year end
ing June.:,l3, was a little over $18,000,000.
It is stated that—.
, The National debt has not been re
duced,since the close of ' the war. But
the report of the Secretary of the Treas
ury shows that the reduction of the
debt has been at the rate of about $lOO,-
000,000 per annum since '1865. The
counter statement is therefore false.
It is also stated that the holders of IL
S. securities pay no taxes. The income
derived from stocks of any kind is taxed
precisely like income from any other
property. To state the contrary is to
lie, either wilfully or ignorantly.
It is stated that bends must be taxed
directly like other property, for the
payment of the public debt. " Other
property " is not taxed directly by the
Government, only n the income from
property; nor can the Government
tax the principal of its debt, any
more than a debtor can make his cred
itor pay his the debtor's debt. The
men who otherwise declare, do it for
political effect, or ignorantly, and to de
ceive the unwary.
Of course to expose a lie does not
kill it. But we shall keep on exposing
the lies which the opposition puts afloat,
calling men and actions by their right
names, as we always do.
A Copperhead editor who has been
sent to the Legislature, and who may
be pardoned for lack of knowledge
therefore, says that the expenses of the
Government for May were $45,000,000.
He multiplies this by the number of
months in a year, and estimates the ex
penditures for the year at 4.ti40,000,000.
He does not tell his readers, many of
whom must be as ignorant as he is, that
$36,000,000 of this sum expended in
May was for interest on- public debt. If
that editor was to estimate liis house
hold expenses by the sum expended
in the month when he bought a barrel
of 'flour to last three months, he would
make precisely the blunder he has
wade in estimating the national expen
ditures. That's all.
Mr. J. A. Hill, of Hill's Creek, has
loaned us a copy of the last, " Wall pa
per edition " of the Daily Citizen, print
ed at Vicksburg, July 4, 1803,• though
dated two days earlier. It' is about
12.x18 inches, on a gaudy pattern of
Wall paper. Aiming other• things the
editor says: " ON DlM—That the great
"UlyiiSes—the Yankee Generalissimo,
"surnamed (Jriuit has expressed his in
" tentiOn of dining in Vicksburg on
"Saturday next, and celebrating the
"4th of July by a gran'd dinner, and
"so forth. Nylien asked It' the .would
' "invite Gentral Joe Johnston to join,
"he said, te'No I for fear that, there. will ,
"be arow at the table.' Ulysses must
" getin to the city before he dines hi IL'
" The way • to cook a rabbit is first to
" cat c h the,rabbit, i,?,,c,." -
In a note dated Juiy 4, at the bottom
of the column, we fin the only Yankee
contribution to the paper. It states, apro
pos of the foregoing fiplurge, that "the
banner of the Uniomilloats over Vicks
burg, and Gen. Granrhas caught the
rabbit." At the close of an article laud
atory of Gen. Lee we find the folowing :
" To-day Maryland is ours, to-morrow
"Pennsylvania will be, and the next
"day Ohio—now midwhy like Mahout
" med's coffin—will fa I. * Success and
"glory to our armsil., God an the
"right are with us." This reminds us
of the fact that the opponents of Gen.
Grant ate to-day claiming 'Marylaed
and Pennsylvania, and looking for the
fall of Ohio. Can it be that the ;editor
of this bit of wall paper now rues the
entire Seymour press of the North ? It
I looks like it. * ,
Mr. Hill, who was a Grant's
headquarters at that time, saw this pa
per printed from the forms as they
were left by the rebel proprietor.
The New York Copperhead papers
are abu iug Hon. John A. Griswold,
Republican Candidate for GoV'ernor of
that State, Most shamefully. , Why
shouldn't they ?—Mr. Gris Wold built
the first " Monitor" at his own 'risk,
asking nothing of the Government
until the vessel should have been
successful in sight. - The Monitor, as
everybody knows, and nobody better
than the rebels and their friends in the
North, defeated the.most powerful iron
clad the rebels ever put afloat, and
opened the way to the extinction of are
rebel navy. Is it any wonder that the
New York Democracy, just from a hob
nobbing with Forrest, Beauregard and
Hampton, should hate John A. Gris
wold? Not much.
If anybody supposes that Thaddeus
Stevens is about to join the Democracy
because he half declared for repudiation
the other day, they deceive themselves.
We notice that Mr. Ross, a fragrant
Copperhead, informed Mr. Stevens that
" the Democratic doors are still open,
and we will take the gentler au n;"—
thus acknowledging that the, 'en ranee
to the bosom of the Democracy is by
the way of repudiation. Vie Tribune,
with an eye to the forgetfulness of age,
has extracted the following from a
speech by Mr. Stevens upon the . "Legal
Tender Act ; ,
" A ,dollar in a miser's safe, unproductive, is a
sore disturbance. Where could they invest it?
In United States loans at eix per Ont.—redeema
ble IN GOLD in 20 years—the, best and most
Showing that Mr. Stevens, like
every rother public man, and like the
people who lent the Government the
money to prosecute the war, understood
that the national evidences of debt
were to be redeemed in coin. Mr. Ste
vens will not assist to defeat the De
mocracy by joining that party in form.
PERSONAL.—Mr. Hack Icy, agent of
the Elmira A theriiNtr, was in town last Thursday
on business for that paper. fle procured upward
of twenty snbseribors for the daily in this village
in a: few hour's. The ..tdrei //ere is one of the
best papers published, and being a member of
the Associated Press, publishes all the telegraphic
news a day earlier than the New York papers can
get to us. Wo commend it to all who want to
receive a daily on the day it is , piinted. $2, for
three months.
UNION . GRANT CLUB.—At a meeting
of the Republicans of Union, held at the t3pen
cer School House, Aug. 1, 18111, fur the 'purpose
of organizing a Grant and Colfax club, the fol
lowing named persons were elected oflichs of
said club:
President—Ntaj. John Irvin.
Vico Presidents-0 S. Randall, Lynda Spencer,
L. N. Rutty, L. L. Washburn.
Secretary—A. A. Griswold.
Treasurer—lL P. Kilburn.
- • •
Committpc .
~of Vigilaucc--Justin Bothwell,
Patrick Wim, Wm. Rathbun, Johnathaurrhomp
son, Wm. Newell, Peter Skelley, G. M. Coons.
The club meets every Saturday evening in the
various school districts in the town, tha place of
meeting being designated by the club.
A. A. Giuswobv . , Sec'y.
TIOGA. U. L. of A.—The Republican
electors of Tioga Boro and township met at the
hall of the Good Tempters in Tiogn, Saturday
evening Aug. 1, for the purpose of organizing a
Union League of America. The following named
persons were installed officers of the League by
D. D. G. P., A. F. Benjamine:
John W. Guernsey, President.
S. M. Geer, Vice President.
David Cameron, 2d Vico Pres.
John C. Horton, Secretary.
John Stevens, Treasurer,
Seth Daggett, Herald.
It. Schleif°lin, Sentinel.
Rev. F. Graves, Chaplain.
T. R. Warren, Marshal.
Forty five members were obligated. Wo pro
pose to regain the loss by "buckwheat" last fall.
The League meets every Saturday evening at
Good Templars' Hall, at 8 o'olocic.
J. C. HORTON, Sco'y.
IiOWLEY—BEMENT.—In Jackson, July 25,
by Roy. M. Rockwell, Mr. IVillium C. Rowley,
and Miss Eliza Bement.
CURREN.—In Jackson, July 19, Mt,. Duane
Curren, aged 24 years. Mr. Curren'leaves a
young widow and many friends to mourn his
ADAMS.—In Mansfield, Tioga Co. Pa., July
21, Ruth A. .Adams, wife of William Adams,
Sister Adams was converted to (loci in the
days of her childhood, and for thirty years by
her consistent life, gave evidence of the genuine
ness of her conversation. She exemplified in an
eminent degree the beauty and strength of Chris
tian principle. At home and abroad, she was
alirays the same upright Christian; ready to de
fend and propagate Christianity.
The widow and the fat,tterless were remembered
by her in their afflictions, and she kept herself
unspotted from the world. Though death un
loosed the bonds of life, it could not weaken ber
love for her family. She suffered long and
much, but never complained or murmured ; as
she enjoyed in a very eminent degree the sustain.
fug grace of God. lier confidence in God, and
in the power of his grace, sustained her to the
last moment, when she lay quietly beside
river of death, waiting for the life-boat to convey
her over. She leaves a husband and two eons
to mourn her loss. May the counsel and advice
given to the husband and sons, bo received and
carried out in theit future lives, that they may
find comfort and consolation in believing on,
and trusting in, the same Savior that supported
this more than loved companion and mother, in
the hour of death. H. LAMICIN.
Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri ,rucitis, Le.
vari Facing, and Venditioni Expcitee, is
sued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Ti
oga county, Pa., to me directed, will be exposed
to publio sale in the Court House, in Wellsboro,
on MONDAY, the 31st of Aught 1868, at ono
O'clock in the afternoon, the following described
prOperty,,,to wit
A lot of land in Wellsboro, beginning fit the north ,
east corner of Mrs. Meek's premises, thence 80 feet
along the road running north to the cemetery to a
post. thence to the east corner of G. 8. Cook's house 87
feet, thence bearing In a southerly direction until the
line strikes the old line at or neat the fence, thence
along said line or fonco to the corner of Mr. Young's
lot 257 feet, thence along the old warrant line adjoin.
fag lands of A. P. Cone in a south.westerly direction to
a pile of stone to Mrs. Meeks line, thence along line of
Mrs. Meeks lot to beginning and to the highway—con.
taining 3 of an acre moro or less,with frame house
thereon. To be sold as the property ofJ. B. Kelly, suit
of Gideon 8. Cook.
' ALSO, a lot of land in Delmar township, bounded on
the north by William Peterson, Ja1310313 English and
George Stnrmer;east by Rohl Adams & Devil lo Stowell,
south by Albert Landis, west by public highway, con
tattling 130 acres, about 65 improved, -frame house,
frame barn and apple orchard thereon. To be sold as
the property of Miles Swope, snit of John Dickinson.
ALSO, a 10l of land in Union, beginning at n stone
heap the south east corner of warrant 4612, thence
north by the eastern boundary line of said warrant 4612
and by other land of John Green 251% rods to a hem
lock, thence west 101 rods to a beech, thence south
251 y, rods to a post in the warrant lino, thence east
along the warrant line 190 rode to the place of begin
ning, containing 300 acres, and being part of warrant
4612. John Vaughn warrantee, about 70 acres im
proved, one frame house one frame barn and apple
orchard thereon. To ho sold as the property of Charles
S. 'Green, Johtt B. Green, Henry Clay and David 8
Green, ex'rs of John Green, dec'd, suit of E. A. Brig,
ham, adm'r.
ALSO, a lot of land in Shippen stuvoyed to William
Drew, bounded on the north bq lot surveyed to Na-
thaniel Impson, on the cast by Urlah Impson and
Harris Dartt, Booth by E. J. Dartt, and west by land
of J. N. Bache and the estate of W. Bowie, containing
about Ofty-flye acres, about fifteen acres partly im
proved, two. ice; houses and a few fruit trees thereon.
To be sold as the property of William H. Mutt and A.
D. Mott, suit of Job Wilcox & Co.
ALSO, a lot of land in Clymer, beginning at the north'
west corner on the Cummings road, thence running
east along lands of John Harper to a post, thence
south along lands of James Burt to a post, thence west
along lands of Isaac Burnside and Chauncey South
worth to a post, thence north along lands of Levi
Stephens to place of beginning, containing ninety
acres, more or less, about 80 acres improved, with
a frame house, frame barn, frame corn or wagon house
and other outbuildings, fipple orchard and other fruit
trees thereon. To be sold as the property of Mordecal
M. Sears & J. M. Vosburgh, suit of Sarah Mitchell,
ALSO, a lot of land In Tloga township, beginning at
a point in the lino between the lands of John Dailey
and lands of the estate of Augustus Niles, deceased, 18
feet east of the center of the track of the Tloga Rail
road, thence along the said line bet Ween said Daily and
said Niles estate easterly 20 rods to• binds of Henry J.
Miller. thence southerly parallel with laid R. R. track
8 rods to lands of Henry J. Miller, thence westerly par
allel with the first mentioned line to a point 18 feet
east of the center of said R. R. track, thence northerly
on aline 18 feet cast of the center of said li. R. track to
the place of beginning, containing one acre of land, be
the same pioneer less, all improved.with a frame house,
frame barn, and a few fruit trees thereon. To be sold
as the property of F. H. Clark, snit of S.C. Alford.
ALSO. n lot of lend in Jackson, bounded on the
north by Henry Furman, east by Stephen 'Everette,
south by Bingham lands, west by William Stevens:
containing 137 acres more or less, about 85 acres im
proved. two log heuses and two log barns and other
outbuildings, apple orchard and other fruit trees there.'
on. • To be sold as the property of Lucy A. Baker, suit
of Henry H.Dent.
ALSO, a lot of land in Clymer, bounded on the north
by Benjamin Eldridge, east by John Eldridge, south by
highway, west by Orrin Stebbins, containing sixteen
acres, 9 acres improved, frame house and apple or
chard thereon. To be' sold as the property ;of 0. B.
Collony, suit of Orrin Stebbins.
ALSO, a lot of land in Clymer, bonndedon the north
by highway. east and south by Riley Burdick, and on
the west by highway—containing about g acres. more
or less, a sawmill and the appurtenances thereon. To
be sold us the property of Peleg Burdick, suit 0 1 / 4 f Good
ell and Tooker.
ALSO—a lot of land in Rutland, bcunded north by
J, D. Vedder, Myron Mills and J. Sherman, south by
said Mills and E. Rose, and west by E. Rose and Myron
Mills—containing 3 acres, more or less, all improved,
two frame houses, one frame wagon shop, frame black
smith shop, frame barn and outbuildings and a few
fruit trees therein);—anotlicr lot bounded north by lot formerly
called the Huntley lot, now owned by Urirh Lucas,
east by Mrs. Caleb Garrison; south by Jefferson Pruts
man, west by lot formerly owned by George Brown—
containing 84 acres and allowance, about 70 acres im
proved, frame house, frame barn, and apple orchard
thereon ;
ALso—nnotber lot bounded north by Jeffereon Prate
man, east by Johnson Brewer. south by Uriah Lucas,
west by George Brown lot—containing 32 acres, more
or less, about 20 acres improved. To be sold as the
property of Urialt Lucas, suit of t Erastus Iloso.
ALSO, another lot of land in Richmond, bounded
north by Erastus Phelps, Gilbert Phelps and Frank
Lounsbury, east by Seth Whitaker, south by Ninny
and Barney Whitaker, west by Brastus Phelps, con
taining one hundred acres, about 75 acres improved,
frame houso, frame barn, and other outbuildings, and
two apple orchards thereon. To be sold as the proper
ty of a ollln Robinson, suit of Chortle() Maynard.
ALSO, another lot of land in Elkland, hounded on
the north by Main street and E. S. Culver, east by
George Doriance, south by Cowanesque river and west
by T. S. Coats and O. P. Babcock, continuing seven
acres more or less, with two frame houses, frame barn,•
and a few fruit trees thereon, To be sold as the pro*
erty of J. W. Shoff, suit of J. & 3. Parkhurst.
ALSO, another lot of land in the Borough of Law-
Penceville. bounded. on _t_tes_enril..l...e-giced...rial±urst..
arkhurst, frame house, frame barn and other out
buildings thereon, containing ono acre more or less.—
To be sold as the property of John Potter and John
Colegrove, suit of A. J. Colegrove.
ALSO, another lot of land in Lawrence, bounded on
the north by Ethel Harris, east by Seymour Ford, and
Parkhurst, south by Seymour Ford, and Parkhurst
and John W. Gee, west by lands of Bingham estate.
containing ninety-five and six-tenths acres, about ten
acres improved, a log house thereon. To be sold as the
property of Thomas F. Thompson, suit of Wta; B. Cly
mer and Charles Willing.
ALSO, another lot of land in Brookfield, bounded on
the north by Joel Styles and Wm. Clark, cast by Wm.
Clark and Willcox, south by Skinner, and Lester Fisk,
west by John Bedford, George —, containing seven
ty-five six-tenths acres, twenty acres improved, log
house, log and frame barn together, and apple orchard
thereon. To be sold as the property cf George B. Fra
ser, suit of Win. B. Clymer and Charles Willing.
ALSO, another lot of land In Morris, beginning at a
yellow birch corner 90 perches east of a stone heap in
the eastern boundary of William Blackwelre land on
Big Pino Creek, thence north 186 eight-tenths perches
to a yellow Pine corner, thence east 102 porches to a
white pine corner. thence north by land formerly of
Nathan Broughton 196 eight-tenths perches to a post
corner, thence west along the warrant line 4381, 182
perches to the place of beginning, containing 210%
acres with the usual allowance, &c., being part of war
rant 4381, 30 acres improved, with a log and frame
house, frame barn, apple orchard and other fruit trees
thereon ;
Au°, another lot of land, beginning at a post in the
north west corner of survey 4360, thence east 313 per
ches to a hemlock, thence south 218 perches to a beach
sapling, being corner of Messrs helms tract, thence
south 90 degrees east 120 perches to a hemlock, thence
west 220 perches to a white pine, thence north 134
perches to a chestnut trop, thence west 50 porches to a
chestnut tree, thence north 45 perches to a chestnut
oak, thence west 69 perches to the warrant line north 1
137 perches to 4he place of beginning, containing 600
acres more or less, being part of warrant survey 4966,
in the name of James Wilson, about 30 acres improved,
with four frame houses, frame barn end other ontbuild
ings, one saw mill, ono grist mill, and a few fruit trees
Also, another lot of land, beginning at a post on
Dobbs creek, corner of Warrant 1608 in the name of
Hawes & Fisher, thence along the same cast 272 per
ches to a post, thence along warrant 4384 in the name
of James Wilson north 170 perches to a beech, thence
along lands in the name of James Wilson warrant 4304
west 286 perches to a post on the lino of lands of Wm.
Mitchell, thence along the same south 30 degrees east
to a stone 38 perches, thence along the same south 66
degrees west 44 perches to a post on Babbs creek,
thence along the same sohth 20 degrees east 98 perches
to the place of the beginning, containing 317 acres and
allowance, be Menai° more or less, 60 acres improved,
five frame houses, frame barn, saw mill, grist mill with
two run of stone, and other outbuildings and apple
orchard thereon. To be sold as the property of John
11. Humes, suit of Jersey Shore National Bank.
ALSO, another lot of land in Delmar, beginning at a
hemlock the north west corner of a lot of land belong
ing to John Phelan, thence north , forty-fivo degrees
cast sixty-six perches to a sugar tree,
thence east 84
perches to a beech tree, thence south 148 perches to a
beech. thence north 62 degree') west 172 perches to the
place of beginning, containing 73 acres, part of war
rant 303, about 30 acres imprloved;
A 1430, another lot of land in Delmar, beginning at a
beech tree the' south-cast corner of a lot of land pur.
chased by Charles Dartt & A. D. Brown, thence by said
land north 29 perches to a post, thence south 41 do.
grees east 16 eight-tenths perches to the center of the
road lending from Wellsboro to Stony Fork, thence by
said road south 34 degrees west 20 two-tenths perches
to the place of beginning, containing ono acre more or
less, all improved with frame house thereon. To be
sold as the property of Phebe W. Digony, suit of C. S.
Denison and 11. B. Kelsey.
ALSO, another lot of land in Charleston, beginning
at a post the north west corner of the Cooley Mill
•tract, thence south 38 degrees east along tiro warrant
lino 186.2 rods to a post, thence south 1 degree west
64.6 perches to a beach, thence south 88) deg's west
186.2 perches to a beech, thence north 934 degrees
east 51 perches to the place of beginning, containing
03% acres, about 40 acres improved, new frame house,
frame barn and fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the
property of Zebnlon McConnell and George DicConnel.
suit of Nathan Dandry.
ALSO, another lot of land in Blossburg, known as
lot No. 8 in Block No. 9. lying on the east side of Wil.
liamson road in Blossburg, containing more less, with
a frame store house. 70 feet long end 30 feet wide, frame
barn and other outbuildings thereon. To ho sold as
the property of Philip Nast It Louts Auerbach, suit of
3. H. & J. Danziger.
ALSO, another lot of land in Tioga, bounded on the
north by highway, east by lands of E. Bayer, south by
Crooked Creek and west by lands of John Magee, con
taining four acres more or less, with frame house, frame
barn, and fruit trees thereon, all improved. To be sold
as the property of G . E. BleKinney & Samuel S. McKin.
nay, suit of Thomas Middaugh.
ALSO, another lot of land in Lawrenceville Borough,
bounded north by highway, east by I': Hurd, south by
0.8. Mother,and west by Main street, containing y,
acre more or ess, with a frame house rud a few fruit
trees thereon;
ALSO, another lot bounded north b 'highway, east
by Asa A. White. south by P. Damon a C. 8. Mather,
and west by P. Bind, containing % acre more or less,
with frame barn thereon ;
Also, another lot, bounded north by Mechanic street,
east by T. B. Tompkins. south by the Tioga River, and
west by lands of P. Damon, containing about 2 acres,
more or less, all Improved. To be sold as the property
of Wm. D. Middaugh & Thurman Pattisou, snit of Cleo.
Dorrance, use of Chas. L. Pattison.
August 12, 1868. 3. B. POTTER, Sheriff.
AME to the onolosure of the subscriber, July
k.,/ 29, nit, a RED YEARLING STEER. The
owner can havo the same by proving property
and paying charges.
_ .
Middlebury, Aug. 12, 1868-3 w.
Grant& Cararkelubs.—The times of meet
ng are as follows:
Brookfield—Saturday evenings.
East Obarleston—Saturday evenings.
Lawreneoville—Wednesday evenings.
Liberty—Tuesday evenings. •
Middle Ridge—Saturday evenings.
Middlebury—Saturday evenings. •
Mansfield—Saturday evenings.
Tioga--Saturday evenings.
Tloga [U. L. of A.)—Saturday evenings. '
Union—Saturday evenings.
Westfield—Tuesday evenings.
Wellsboro—Friday evenings.
Other, names will bo inserted as fast as they
are received, and the table will be published
weekly during the campaign.
Steam Engine Wanted.
I. WISH to buy a second-hand Steam Engine of
about fifteen horse power. Address,
Knoxville, Aug. 8,1868-Bw.
Estray Sheep.
(lAMB to the premises of the subscriber in
Delmar, about the first of August, four
Sheep and a lamb. Sheep marked with a crop
of the left ear. The owner can have them by
paying charges. DELOS FIELD.
Estray.l' 4 l •
CA t, MB into the enclosure of the'eubseribiT in
Delmar, about the 27th of Jue, 1811 , a
small RED STEER, two years old Tio owner
can have him by paying charges.
Aug. 12, 1868-3w*.
IN BANKRUPTCY—Western District of Pa.,
es: To whoin it may concern ; The, under
signed hereby gives notice of his appointment as
assignee of Wrn. H. Thomas of Morris, Tioga
Co. Pa, who has been adjudged bankrupt upon
his own petition by the District Court of said
District. J. HARRISON,
Welisboro, Aug, 12, 1868-3 t Assignee.
Application for Charter.
IVTOTICE is hereby given that P. 0. Van 0.31-
.11 der, Charles Williams, H. O. Bailey, and
J. B. Shskespeare, et. al., have applied to the
Court of Common Pleas of Vega County, for a
charter of incorporation under the name and
style of "The First Baptist Church of Wellsboro,"
and that the said court have appointed Monday,
the 31st day of August, 1868, for a hearing in
said matter, at the Court House In Welisboro,
when, if no objection be made, the application
will be granted. - J. P. DONALDSON,
Aug. 12, 1868. Proth'y.
CAME into the enclosure of the subscriber on
the 20th of June, 1868, a dark red two year
old Steer, high horns, white ;nay in the forehead,
and four white feet, about one half of tho length
of his tail white. The owner is requested to
prove property, pay charges and take him away,
or he wiU be disposed of according to law.
/Yoga, Aug. 1, 1868.
In Bankruptcy.
N the District Court of 11. S. Western Dist of
Ponna, in the matter of If, P. YEOMANS,
Bankrupt. To whom it may Concern :
Tho undersigned hereby gives notice of his
appointment as Assignee of IL P. Yeomans, of
Jackson Township, Tioga county, Pa., within said
District, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upon
his own petition by the District Court of said
August 5,1868-3 t. - ' Assignee.
Administrator's Notice.
T RTTERS of administration having been
±A granted to the undersigned upon the estate
of B. F. Jennings, late of Charleston, deceased,
all persons having claims against, or indebted to
said estate, will settle with -
July 15,1868-6 w. Adm'r.
W E bog to call pitir attention to oar stock of
Which wo aro soiling at COST.
of Madame Railing's large and exquisite assort
wont, of which lye will Rive our friends the mos
Aug. 5, 1888—tL Broad Street, Tioga, Pu
A El the Printers say that success follows the
liberal advertiser, and other people seem
to believe them, so we (that is, Wiekham & Farr)
will take warning, follow the example, and in
form the public in general that wo have a good
stook of vied
to be sold at good prices for good customers—
and as we consider all customers good—they will
bo very apt to be offered the same goods at one
and the same price. We might begin and men
tion some of the various articles and styles that
help to make up our stock of
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Domestics,Yankee !Notions, Hats
and aps, Boots and Shoes,
&c., &c. ;
but as we have neither time nor space to, finish
even the beginning, we will merely invite you
to oall, ask ihr what you want, we will tell you
the price, and then weigh out or measure off ac
cording to order. ;
the three groat neeti'ssaries, always on hand
Renumber - Farmers, that we can supply you
and {maim) old Ashton; by tbo Babb or pound.
Wo pay Cosh for Butter],
Tioga, May 20, 1868.1
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Groceries and, Provisions,
Eureka Melodeon,
,At Wholesale prices.
May 6, 1868-tf. 11i in St., Wellsboro.
First Door abooe Roy's Drug Store. Wellsboro.
Will keep constantly on hand everYthing in the
line of Family Groceries, as well as. Provisions,
Fruits, Confectionery, Yankee Notions, Toys, dmc.
All of which will bo sold at reasonable prices.
May 8, 1808-Iy.
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sortment of
for Spring and Summer wear.
all of the latest patterns
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings; also a
• large stock of
as can be found in Wolleboro. Wu have a good
Call and oxamino our Goods and Prices
Wellaboro, April 29, 1863. ,
J. R. Bowen & Co.,
RE now receiving a large and 1 complete a A c
sortment of o
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bought since the late decline in prices in New
York, consisting of
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&c., &c.
Particular titention is inv)ted tci our Stock of
/LED= (wall;
Gaiters and Hoop Skirts -; also a nice
line of TEAS, New Crop, very
fine at reduced priCes,
all of which will bo sold at the very lowest mar
ket prices. We respectfully invite all to call and
examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Empire Store, No. 1 Union Block
WeHonor°, June 8, 1888.
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TO the Editor if the : V u ought to
hare two good ntembers of the Log sl.tturo from
thisDiFitriet ro.xf winter. and Mr. Strattg'a re.
eteetion ns wm of mein, i• generally conceded.
lieretotore Potter County with ono-third oar
population hall shared equally with 'Fioga in th e
reprasentation, but in the event of both teem.
bars being conceded to this county this Foil,
which now seems probablo, JEitoun B. N I LEN
has consented to 'become a candidate, from this
Dbitrict for the Legislature. Please announce
his name, subject, of course to thp Republican
Convention, and - MANN CritzliNe,
We are to announce JOllll I. Mitch
ell, o f wellshoro, en a Candidate for District At
torney. suhject to the decision of the Repdhlt:
can Convention.
. ,
We are repeated to announce M. W. VetAtcrbec,
of Delmar, as a - candidate for Commissioner,
subject to the decision of the Republican county
We are reque,ted to finnounce WlMato Botkr,
of tiloarburK, us a candidate fur Commissioner,
subject to the decision of the Republican Con
We are requested to announce ClaVendee Rea.
pone of Moss, as a t•andidate for eetetnissioner,
subject to the decision of the Republican Con.
." The roost' entertaing
hook published, h rounding in Romance, Rumor
and Wit. Agent say it is the best selling hook
out, as people are ti ed of the repetition ~r dry
iletails'and army reports. '
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Alen, Faintly Quarto Bibles. Best editing
published. WM FLING, Publisher, 26 84iuli
7th Street, Philadelphia, Penna. .
Juno 8,1888.-4 t
NOTICE is hereby given that the following
named Executors and Administrators have
tiled their Accounts in the 'Register's Hies fo r
Tiogn county Pa., and that the said Accointf
will be presented to the Judges of the Orphse?
Cpurt for said county, nt a court to he held at
Wellsbore ' Monday, Aug. 31, Is6B, for confnma.
Lion and allowance
Account of Jacob It. Miller, Administratbiof
tlin estate of Che:tor Wheoler, late of Jacloon,
Account of Lucy Butler and Selden Butler, al.
minittrators of the estate of S. M. Butler, late of
Chlitharn, deceased.
Account of P. P. Smith and 0. F. Richards,
executors of the last will and testament of Philip
S. Knilfin, late of Sullivan, deceased.
Account of 11. B: Card and E. A. Fish, achnio.
istrators of the estate of. Philander Webster, late
of Sullivan, deceased.
Account of Reuben Morse, administrator of the
estate of Albert Clark, late of Chatham;
Account of A. M. Spencer, executor of the loot
will and testament of A. Ilebard, late of Rich
mond, deceased. D. L. DEANE,
Weilsboro, Pa. Aug. 5,186 S. Regitter.
Y virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court
.Ull Tiogn County, Pa.. I shall expose to pubbe
sale at the house of Eli S. Farr in - Tiogn, on the
sth day of September next, at 4 o'clock P. M a
lot of land in Farmington township, Tioga Co.
aforesaid, containing fifty-three !acres, bounded
ns followsl Beginning at the north-east corner
_of Lot 104; of the allotment of Bingham lands
in Farmington township, thence east one hun
dred and thirty-seven tbree4entlis perches too
post, thence south- one-half degree west fifty
four porches to a post, ,thence north eighty:nine
three-fourths degrees west one hundred and firs
five-tenths perches to a post, thence north three.
fourths degrees east one hundred and fire and
one-tenths perches -to the place of beginninc.
containing as aforesaid, fifty-three acres, inure
or less: Toxins, one-quarter down at time, of
sAlo, and balance in four equal annual lusts!.
meets with interest secured by Bond and Mort
gage on delivery
_of deed.
Guardian of minor children of W. R. Gee, dee'd.
Aug. 5,1808.-4 t.
BY virtue of an order of the ,Otphans' Courtin
and for the Cduuty of Tinge, I shall expose
to public sale on the promistis in Middlebury
township, Tioga county, Pa.) September 515,
186 S, at 1 o'clock, P. 111,, the following deseril..
oil real c0,...i...., t....- *F." ve.......t0 or A.lemolia mogb,
decd: Bounded north by Jo eph Gib), east by
Richard Brown, south by Isaac Locey, and neat
by Eloper Bochus, containing sixty acres more
or less,' with about fifteen acres improred, a
frame house and other out buildings, and a few
scattering fruit trees.thereon. Terms, $5O cash
dpvinnt time of sale, and-balance on confirm.
ation of sale. , 1 DANIEL HOLIDAY,_
Aug. 5, 1868-4w.* A dtn't.
in Bankruptcy. •
Western District cf Pennsylvania, ss•
To whom it may-concern : The • Tti l ndersigned
hereby glace notice of his appointment
assignee of Lawton Cummings ' of Mansfield,
in the county of Tioga ar,d State of Penn
sylvania, within said District, who has been ad
judged a Bankrupt on his own petition by the
District Court of said District.
August 5,1568-3 w.
In Bankruptcy.
Western District of Pennsylvania, ea
To whom it may concern : The undersigned
hereby gives notice of his appointment A?
assignee of C. IL Bartlett, of Tioga of the County
of Tioga, and State of Pennsylvania, win> has
been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own pltitiss
Itly the District COurt of said District.
August 5, MS.—StA esignee.
Admiilistrators' Notice.
of administration having been
granted to the undersigned upon the estate
of 0. 13. Wells, Into of Jackson township, dee'd,
all persons indebted to said estate and all bae.
ing laims agaiwat, tbewame will call at mice and
seal with BENJ. WELLS,
Jiltson, July 29, 1 j 898 °2 6 1. GUERN
iVeslevn District of Pennsylvania, x.
rillo whom it may concern : Tho undamped
hereby gives notice of his appointment ss
assignoiii of William Bostwick of Lawrencevillein
tho County of Tioga, and State of Ponnsylvani 3,
within said District who has been l udjudged
Bankrupt upat. his own petition hy'llie District
Court of said District.
0 & CO
Welltiboro, July 24, IS6B-3' Assignee
Mare - Pale ]lacrp,
is the only place this side of New York CRY
whero yon will find constantly op rood, a
good assortment of
cut at the celebrated Quincy and Concord Quar
ries, shiped direct to his order; also a tine as
sortment orMarble and Slate Mantlos, Coal
Grates, Marble Shelves, Brackets, &a., as cheap
as can be bought in the State. All orders will
receive my personal attention. Shop and war , '
rooms on water street, a few doors below Ayer)
Jewelry Store, Elmira,' N. N.
July 29, 1868-6 m. A• W AYERS.
,LETTERS Testamentary having been gram
ad to the subsoriber upon the hit will and
d eta went of lends Lewis, late of Cbarlestolb
ec'd, all persons claiming againq said dead•
e nt'e estate, and all indebted to 011 same aro re
quire(' to settle with DAVID 07'ADIVARDS.
Charleston, July 22, iSr.S—llty*. Ear.
'For Sale al a Isar; ain
IL subscriber (acre to Yell his Skarn Saw
1 and Shingle Mills, leotard in South Charles
ton, Tiogn Co, Pa., at a bargain, if application
made within 80 days. Will soil rho mills separ
ate, or ;140 acres of land with rho mills, or lend
without the wills. or part of the land. Title per
fect. For torms apply to
:S. S. PACK Ait L), Covington, Pa•
July 15, 1868-4 w.
JAS. M. W INSON;of Cinirlesou, haring
purchtised the right to make and vuud the
tl. P. Jones Washing Machine in Tiogu County,
hereby gives notice that the machines tiro 1 , 04
made at Van 'Horn's Cilbinut Factory. Wellsboro,
whore they may he procured. i
The best, cheapest, and moft cansiblo machine
ever invented.
June 24, 1888—tf. .1
Juno 17, 1868.
Rey is tee s Notice.
Orphans' Court Sale
Orphans' C'onr4, Sale
In Bankruptcy.
Executor's Notice.