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P. 0. VAN HP.LbEII, kditor 'and Proprietor.
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Wednesday, Aug. 2, 1871.
REPUBLICAN STATE ,TICKET.
FOR 'AUDITOR GENERAL:
FOR SURVEYOR CIENERAL :
COL. ROBERT B. BEATH,
Editor Agitator--1. hereby withdraw,
my name a 3 a candidate for the office of Presi
dent. Judge of the 4th Judicial District, andre
commend to my friends and to the people of .(ho .iho
diptrictior that position, C.. 11. Seymour, Esq.,
of Tioga,' I may state in - your next issue the
reason why I 'awl induced to take this course, and'
'some reasons adviio tho election' of Mr.
tleymour. Yours Truly,
July 31, 1 , 71 R. 0. WRITE.
hereby ennounee,lnyself aB a, Candidate for
the Gthoe of President Judge o,f the 4th Judicial
District of Pennsylvania, and solicit the support
of my friand4, Subject to the decision of the
Republican County Convention. .
July 21, 1271. C. 11; SEYMOUR.
On the first page of this paper we
publish. a somewhat lengthy letter from
Hon. R. O. Whiterwho is in the field
for re-nomination for President' Judge.
According to the old time-honored rule,
take no side in the matter, and are
therefore not' lempensible for such arti
cles.; 'leaving the candidates to fight
their own battles for the noreination ;
after which, we purpose to stand byt,te,
ticket of the party.
PRIMARY MUTING. READ.
On the l2th of August the candidates
for nomination are to be voted for di
rectly, and every. vote counts one. IT n
der the old system, if - a town were
nearly or quite unanimous on candi
dates, it was sufficient to send a few
men to the polls for the purpose of nam
in-4 two delegates,. who were uSually
"instructed'." l'nder the present sys
tem, each eatntidata has the full benefit
of every vote east ; the one having The
mostiVotes being nominated, on count.
7.And remember that this is a linpub
'lean Adair, to which. no man „outside
the party has a right to tale Mit, any
more than a member of the op} sition
had a tight to participate in the dele
gate elections tinder the old syAteni. 1f
you tale any interest in the eltetiOn,
go to the polls and vote directly for the
men of your choice.
Here is the way the Tribule'b poet
lampoons ( 4 01. Jeems of the pious 9th,
who watt—so to speak—wounded with
a club in the riots of the 121 h ult. ; .the
wound being in his ankle, and invisi;•
hie to the ordinary observer:
THE EXILE OF ERIE.
There came to I,ong Branch a poor exile of Erie
rho dew on hi, gum shoes was heavy and chill ;
Said he to the surgeon, "Oh decry! oh dear}'!
Are wounds iA the ankle much likely to kill '"
'rho surgeon, with much agitation, inspected
'the ri A ld ntilde as 010 Colonel directed,
Then•lrmhe , l t the left, (finding neither effected,
tio he gave (he bold warrior a gingerbread pill.
On Tuesday, the 2-sth ultimo, a lust
freight train run into a gravel train on
the Toledo and Wabash mitrond, .oatr
lug a bad wreck and killing six men
instantly. Tito engineers anti firemen
saNed themselves by jumping in time.
This time there was somebody to blame,
and somebody evidently knew It, for
t ;Bibs, the conductor, and Babcock, the
engineer, took to their heels as soon as
the accidolit occurred. And a C'oro
ner's jury eonfirmed their opinions of
thenmelves, by eriminating both—ohlly
they wore not on hand to hear the ver
The famine in Persia has not abated,
hut, on tho contrary, has grown more
fearful, Ifild is, us might have been ex
poet ed, supplemented by pestilence.—
The details are sickening. Thi, dead,
who have perished either by cholera or
famine, are eaten by the survivors, and
that portion of the kingdom known as
Khoraisan is nearly depopulated. The
Persians know little of the modern ap
pliances by which cholera is relieved or
abated at»or(g Other races, and the Tri
-I,uns thitfks that " here is a good chance
for practical philanthropy and active
charity." We should say the chance
was fair, and likely to remain open for
some time to come.
PROF. C. P. HART,
Who headed a scientific expedition
to Brazil - last summer, has gone to the
Amazon again, in furtherance of his
plans 'oneof which is to disprove the
glacial theory of Agassiz. We saw Pro
fessor-Hart on the - Amazon frequently
last summer, and were impressed Ivith
his energy and ability. We could tell
a story of him_ that would illustrate his
pluck and staying qualities, but will
refrain from doing so here. 1!, is a pity
that he has chosen the presevt season
for his operations; because tie yellow
fever has stalked into Para this sum
mer, and is making that city a desola
t on. Few foreigners who attempt to
re xjin the city will ever get away.
Not one in i tivo will escape the fever,.
which had at latest advises assumed a
" malignant form ;"—meaning, not on
ly that nearly all who are attacked die,
but that they (lie very suddenly ; some
of them being what are known as
The Apaches and Comanches are ma
king it lively on the overland route.—
The Quaker policy has not answered
expectations, hut is to be tried awhile
longer. We wish the public could be
brought to see Ithat shrewd, sensible
men, who have been near neighbors to
these Indians for years, are quite as
ikely to understand the Indian (Ines
ion as theoretical philanthropists,
whose knowledge is not knowledge, Int , (
theory, limed on opinions evolved from
the depths of their own self conceit / and
fancied mental and moral superiority.
It were well that Cooper / had never
written his confounded node's ; or that
those who read them and' form an esti
mate of Indian
.character thereon, could
be brought to see the,ditlbrence between
the Mohicans,Del ivares, Pequots, etc.,
and the Indians f the prairie, whose
boast is that t y
h y are wolves ,• that they
have no ho es ;
.that they live as the
wolves liv r
by prey ; that an Indian's
character to be estimated by the num
=ber ocsealps he has taken and the hor
ses he has stolen.
d these two-legged wolves own the
id of right, do they ? Land, of which
hey will die, sooner than cultivate oue
acre I The Eastern tribes were fearful
ly savage, but they had mauly-..almost
chivalric—traits. The prairie Indian
is a beast.
• STOII7I S.
We presume teat t, to.e :iqui . are. in
the habit of ..I'Citilitig , a d . obsOyittg,
have noticed iL 'angling nerettie.ip 'the,
number and iriAncii."of s orbs it*prEi
sift, season. ,'We , !neon that class of
storms which, not' bein , at all under
stood, pass - by-the- mu e of cyclones,
whirlwinds; circular sto lus, etc. L i tinch
as swept the villages of i'dmancite,
oka,- YerokrtounLothers in - therWesi , as
NYP4 - i)gl e .lt tr .l i ffi!Ph.l.eTA:P t T ielt Tk"
that 4.l?PciSPlPAlklinth9VlC;t44t .is ino
vahle-, i in -,iipt...- ; w r i tid ,-7%i i 44 r,„ 49 yAßtatl n g
:trookskrtfluisarprilm4ig increase of vlo. ,
lent 414 kiittikefauVintoiricie:remains . to
bi."-a6cii3nted - Toil',' - hikd'iiitist 'be' 'guarded
igiiiitt - in' West `by" ii entirely dif:
"ferent inOtliq)ffnitic are:'"'
:Sye'st6 - 6 i #eithi . b* 'tiViiiidizn that
atiY'v,iiltige 'f4 04 " v m . r i 'litid Most, of
tlien - t - Wil I - h'O'Osited:hy storms, against
Whieh.the ordinary i.hVelling offers no,
proteßtiftn, but is rather a trap, to crush
tho unlucky inmates._ A low, strongly
fastened It 9 it s e, wil , we predict, be
• found necessary to ;shfety throughout
all that.portion a the Vest which lies
exposed to thenninter tinted -sweep of
the wind. 1 ,
We had intended b
week's issue a short act
,StructiVe storm repot
exchanges for one Wee!
so thick emit fast, t,
Oue of thein,,anldecol
Iowa; sounds la Hale f
to .roa, lowa editor's ,
holes in tin. • ofa, (it
broke all the glass in .
literati pigs and ehickf,
chopped the corn,-fin
WV) thin shreds, - to sit ,
, the ground '1). .bee
sown to buckwheat. i
stones were large end
boulders. * '
We are strongly inipressed with the
eouvration that stores ire becoming,
more frequent and d+tructive. - 1
THE LATE IRIOTS. ..
At this date„luly ..) 1 7, our city exchar;
ireq come laden with notes, extracts,
eommente and editorials on the New
; but it is not yet
biers the responsi
4 e have carefully
d evidence in the
,t now as though
was 'not aware of
jn time to counter.
Wog of bleed. If
linoW of the course,
by the Mayor un
i to the riot, as is
to other objectln
vilest element of
the conciliation of
the Catholic Irish
'tea he has hitherto
yqrk riots of the 1231
elenr oty.yhose shout
!ditt to rest.
read all Ile putdishei
case, and it looks
Governor if offinalt,
Mayor If all's order
itet, it without. the sp
he ciovernor did not
that. was being taket i
til the night previou
claimed, then the ter
must rest on the My
And he could have ►
thus yielding to the,
New York city, save
the lowest portion of
ponnlatiOn, whose . vi
found so - available2'l
And, it must be ret
better and more int
the Catholics do not
and do support the a
nor and the police.
Gaffney, a member
who committed salt
driven ilentented by
mind between his di
and his religion, the
well says : "yoi
that there was any
duty to his regimen
His religion plainl3
all others to be law-.
able citizens thems't
in their power to It
enforce the law. II
gion and to his regill
namely; to turn oul
and at the cowman .l
shoot down every rt,
himself, as ho would
That is sound.
lowing language as
of paradog anti prpe,
'• If the Orangemen d ,
have a right to parade,l
much right to parade
Canners, as a 'Fenian Te
-scarfs and sunbursts. P
they party has a right to
f!simply been tolerated
bo found that auelt tole)
public security, wo thin'
Irish-American citizen d‘
processions should ho
ablest defendets of the
quarrel with the Orang
are Protestants. Whu
them for? They have
them for their colors, foi
St. Patrielc, organized t?
o nEngland, flaunts tho
the faces of thousands! ,
York oily. lteallc wo
conclusion that the wh ,
consists in the fact thi
' Croppies Lie Down.' "1
The tiot, of July
son ; but there w
• swe anticipat d and hinted some
time since, in these columns, the lead
,lng papers arecri q cislng the action of
our fleet in Chinese waters. We regret
this. It were bettfr if American jour
nalists would baell brave men who only
seek to do thei defending-Ame
ricans and An nterests again t-.
the millions N% , to say the least,
no love for us Astitutions. It is
possible that 3 have handled
the ropes as a 3 sailor—may be
quite as able to of the manner in
which .foreign 3 juilge of and
treat us national, as any Avriter whO
makes up his bal aces and estimateiin
an editorial \:samitutn. And 20nole
that Amerleims 4 et good treatment, or
vice versa, just in proportion 16 our
pinch and obillty to develop and carry
out what the fiVbinif/-calls "the pun
boat policy." The phrase Is well con
ceived ; we do not Abject to it.
P i nt fOr " the gunboat policy," Eng
land would have treated us to a super
cilious sneer, ins ead of the Joint High
Commission. ' ut . for "the gunboat
policy," the crevtf of any American ship
wrecked on the 1 eejees, would be 'club
lied' and eaten. But for 4 1 the gunboat
policy," American crews would still - be
murdered whenever they fell into the
lands of Corean4.
It is a good pol
world goes. Vol
follow every All
that ventures int
waters; and we.
respect for those
diloquent role ot i
between their 1 4 ,
slave such 'unit ;
chance to suffer
Let the stars tt
protected, or lief
And don't be tot
icy, as tbi i s: belligerent
wish that'poliey might
0 strange or inimical
have little patience or
who assume the gran
impartial criticism as
ellow citizens and the
coolly murder or en
eky Yankees-us may
hipwreck on their
ud stripes be severely
1p the .fhig at home.—
share -on " the 'gun-
pnblish in lait
, ount of -each - de- -
ed in our daily
; but they cam*
I we_ desisted.—
jot of a stornx_ln
Btory, it punched,
,Ivas a hail storm,),
its reach, ham-
As to death, and
ts, potatoes, &0.,
ch an extent that
i re-plowed and
Some of the hail
ogh to be called
iembered that the
elligent portion of
uphold the rioters,
;Con of the Glover
iipeaking of- young
)f the 90.1 regiment
ide because he was
the conflict in his
l ity to his regiment
ng man must have
awn, if lt. nupptraoti
onflict between his
and' to his
teaches him and
hiding and peace
lees, and to do all
1p the authorities
is duties to his
lent were the same,
with his regiment,
A of his officers to
I .l oter that presented
a mad dog."
.Ind the Boston Pi
olic—holds the fol.
regards the rights
termine to parade, they
; that Is, they have as
v ith orange scarfs and
.giinent has with green
itt„ it may be that nei
parade; that they have
the authorities. If it
fition is detrimental to
k that every reflecting
bill at once say that both
proscribed. The very
iob say that they do not
men pimply because they
do they quarrel with
11) right to quarrel with
r. the Fenian Legion of
Hlt a view to malte war
green flag of Ireland in
. of Englishmen in New
re almost forced to the
0(o ground of objection
i l nt theme Orangemen play
I 2 was a fearful-Jes
s fearful need
fi',.••,, 0 7:',,,i,.. •
____:,..-,,,,,,,• :,.. • 7
MiddlnAtgede liable to
haldMits4thice-iMmi 3 O* of Americans
turn,iirale;" Is that iio other
eatliitry***llitjitijd lii the sale of
br4(marica in ttlie'fina t ntity and
variety of hair 'dyes. We are sorry that
men will persist in•daubing-their heads
with a filthy, poisonous mixture, ; ' to ;
perpetrate a fraud that deeeivesisti few,
and that must,be repeated pveryday or,
two, because the hair that has been 're
stored to its natural- eni4,? `? Dill keel
starting and creeping out, from the roots
with a most patriarchal frostiness, ,that.
makes the capillary ornament look---to
put it mildly-- , a trifle, inconsistent.—
And thus the harrnleSS fraud. must be
kept up, or a man nitist go about with
the white gradually pushing the " na
tural" coloreithair• to extremities: and
what becometi of veneration, then ?
Who could respect Or Venerite, a paid
ar'eli.tilio•shOuld asSunie . tO givefather
iy:adviee te thtl with each
particular built on :4!s whiteat One
eua and: prawn sulfas,pt!lleir•i•APd With
the lutertuediate ,portion • l of, it al duil
pea green Wby,;a man would be ex-
cusable for poking fa -at his ;grandfa
ther under such circumstances.' As for'
the womati who • vhooses to daub her
head with 'pulverized brirestone and
lead, we have nothing to ttitY . : we med
dle not with the , appliancas.which
' " 'use'
To keep Oath beautiful or have them neat.",
But it is well that - eve,ry one should
know just , what they ar doing, when
using anyone 00110 Many.. popular
hair dyes, and hence we publish the
following analysis ,of fifteen Mixtures,
all of whicht...N.villt•nolor the hair; with
more or less Certainty and ,rapidity.—
Several cases Of;-lead palsyhaving oc
curred in - N. York, the Board of Health
• directed • its •chemist,' Dr. C. F. Chan-.
dler, to analyze! the • - varioue dyes and
cosmetics Most In use. lithe easel of,
lead4kalsy were n
Ithostly caused by the
use of a cosmetic called "Bloom of
Youth." One of the dyes contained no
lead ; the Others gave the foltowing re
stilt, in grains of lead to the fluid Ounce :
1. Clark's Distilled Restorative for the hair, 0,11
2. Chevalier's Life, for hair 1.02
3. Circassian Hair RejuvAator 2,71
4. Ayer's Hair yifror—.... 2.89
5. Wood's Hair Restorative ' 3.08
6. O'Brien's Hair Restorer ' 3.28
7. Gray's Hair Restorative 3.39
B. Phalen's Vitali% - t 4.69
9. Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia r 5.00
10. Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer 5.107
11, Knitters Intlian'llahr Vonique 6.29
12, Rail's Hair Reaawer...:: 7.13
13. Zebbetrs ibiti Weielieratcir
14. Martha Wallington Restorative 9.80
15. Singer's Reatorative......... 16.39
Six lotions or washes for the complex
ion were analyzed, - in none of which
poisonous metals were found, - excepting
Perry's Moth and Freckle Lotion,.con
-tab" ing both meren e ry and zinc. Seven
enamels or the skin' .were - examlned,
three of wliich,contained
lead, or white lead. „,,
In view ,of the present Democratic
outcry for retrenchment and economy,
it may be interesting -to glance at the
economical manner in which the city
of New York is gOverned and managed
by Democrats, who are so largely in the
majority as to stand in little, fear of be
ing ousted. According to law, the tax
payers of the city are entitled to molar
terly statement of city accounts; but
the authorities have fumished no such
report for two years, and in the
mean time the stealings have grown so
heavy that press and people unite in a
demand that cannot be mistaken, for a
full statement of the city's debt and ex
penditures. A sort oil3tatemsnt is fur
nished at' last, of a most ingeniously
foggy nature, which it takes an expert
two weeks to go through: Evidently it
was thought that no one would take the
trouble. But the leading daily papers
were in earnest, this time; and the
Times has had a skillful accountant bu
sily at work on the matter, while its
editorial columns have been going for
Mayor Oakey in a most disrespectful
and aggravating manner. We have no
room for extended ,remarks; but we
wish to give a sample or two of the De
mocratio , economy. practiced in- ' New
York, under Oakey Hall as Mayor.—
For plastering, repairing and altering
county buildings, there is a little bill of
$2,80,464 06; and, as is but reasonable
on such a basis of repairs, etc., there is
a snug little bill for furniture, cabinet
work, carpets, &c., of $5,663,646 83._
This was paid to Ingersoll & Co, who,
we trust, were liberal enough in settling
to throw off the odd 83 cents.
The Time, charges openly that this
money was divided with the Mayor.
The Tribune avows a fixed resolve to
know where that Money—amounting
to over eight and a half millions of dol
lars—went to, It calls on Oakey, in the
following decided way, to tell who Mr
" Co," is :
" But, Mityoe 11!%11 7 -and we Rea to yof the
words of truth and soberness—as matter'eannot
rest here. You cannot afford to let it,jf z it might.
Talking Rhea the defunct Board of/Supervisors
will not answer the purpose. The4ngersoll who
has drawn $5,663,646 83 out of the city treasury
for furniture, carpets, &0., foxthe publio offices,
and for carpenter work, repairs and alterations
in puhlio-buildings within' the last three years, is
no shadow. He is:orfe of your appointees as
Court House Commi ssioner last' fall- , -appointed
Aby you to finish ,and furnish that very-edifice
wbickbas already so nearly finished the 'resour
ces aneerredit of the city.
,Whe is his we
hope to learn in due time; but , the ' , lngersoll"
is your fresh appointee, 'and you can donlitieSS
put your hand on him to-day.
" Will you make him tell who DID pocks! an:
thiimoney ? That he did not, is plain, for be bat.
„a / ' Co.' Let us see who will blush •to find it
fame' that he is Ingersoll's Co:
" The furniture, Carpets, &e., in county of11:-
ees' bought elude August, 1888, moat still be
there. They can easily be inventoried and their
original value ascertained. If there are one
quarter enough of them all to justify the mill
ions of dollars paid for them to 4 Ingersoll &'
Co.,' that fact can be ascertained and made. pub.
" It is currently reported that this Ingersoll
was formerly a partner of William M. Tiseed in
the business of obeli making. We do not know
that such is the fact.' Wo mean to know (ill the
Yes; let us have all the facts. New
York is and long has been utterly given
over to Democratic rule. Let us know
just how economically it has been gov
I My name was announced last week
for nomination by the Republican party
for the office of Representative.
-I am the candidate of no ring or fac
tion ; , I enter the field at the solicita
tion of many friends in different sec
tions Of the county. If elected, I will
discharge the duties of the office to the
best of my ability, and with fidelity to
the wishes of my constituents.
I did not' put myself forward in the
matter; but now that I am in the field,
of course I desire to succeed. The time
is short : I cannot see all ; and. those
who desire my success should see that
my friends attend the caucus on the 12th
of August. JNO. L MITCHELL.
PosTscurt.T.—False 'reports have been
put in circulation against me. I deny
sinue of them, as follows
I never told Mr. Bodine that - I would
not be ,a Otididate against him, or that
I would supika'thiM, ‘ltirVllocilne nev
er told in*,thatfieWainid.suport . toelf
I w°NdatieiolidOi te hikth r iiiiews ). %
go be a: , . i4‘ll iiiflob)..: , , kt*:l*. iriii 3 ...4"
never mentioned t he Matter to me till
after It was publicly known that I then
refused tabe a catulidate. I repeatedly
refused 'to be a candidate when urged to
',Vett ttild rattlit , tantly etinsenta itft f ii . kr.
Guernsey And Mr. Eilioticongluded:to .
withdraw. i never requested either
one of thent towithdraw. ' I never had
any talk or correspondence with them
or either of them about it. / made no
arrangement with them or either of them.,
or Anybody for them, about it. I have
made no pledge to support S. LB . , Elliott
or any other person forTrothonotary or
any otheroMee in the future, and I take
no part . agabilito any candidate in this
canvasi. ' 'No one who knows mewill
believe me capable of such a bargain.
All suchlrept•rts areifalsei , and I warn
all my frlendsdn lime' thai • they may
treat'such ealuninies as they deserve.
I wish this matter to be decided fairly
, between us. , If Mr. Bodin la nomina
ted, I shall suppoxt him co dially. The
tOumph: of Bepubtican. rind - pies is
More to me than any peritional'interest.
Aug: 2, - 187E P > , i
. - f : -- - . , *- --- 1 4 " ---- ; , 7 - - 1 - --
- ' A terriblea occu red - in New
-York on .06:30thuitinio. he steamer
'Westfield burst her boiler ear the Bat
tery, killing'3s outright," and` scalding
100 more, many, of whom mast die of
their'iniitileS; . ,
Meeting of the Cotmty Committee.
In pursuance of prior notice, 'the R,epoblioan
6ounty Committee met • &title • Court House in
Wellsboro i riga appointed the following Com
-I:tattoos of Vigilance' for: the - Several townships
and boroughs in the eouutpof Tioga, who shall
compose the boards of elpotkop for the several
districts iu :Which they reidda
COHHITTEEI3 OF VIOtLANCE,
Blosa-:-Stephen Bonen, John Hvaii;Jr:; James Dlna.
Braokfleld—S II Murdock, Wesley' Grillo, William
Chatham—OH Van Dusan, Sydney Beach, 13 W Love.
Oharleaton , —Otis L Albertan Wm 113 ones, Gillis
Butt , . , .
Corfogtcu—B F Rifharde,' Marvin Butler, John
c ov i ns t ou nuryugh.arei Patches, lease Berry, Ja
Clymer-0 d Ackley, 811 Stebbins. B W Skinner.
Delmar—Edwinpampbell, Robert Roland, Simeon
Deerfield—J B 'lngham, W W Gilbert, H V Purple,
Elk—John Maynard:James Farley, Loren Wetmore.
Elklaud—Ber.Jamln Dormice, J G Parkhurst, Wm
Farmington—James Peters, Oliver Blanchard, J
Fall Brook—D W Knigqht,M Stratton, A Pollock, Jr.
Gaines—D K Marsh, Wm Vermllyea, Nathan Strait.
Jackson-31 K Beta% Ed Kinser, James Doty.
Knoxville—V Id Crandall. I
W Reynolds, Jerre
Lawrence—George Burlburt, - }limy Oulegrov e,LU•
Lawrenceville—James Stewart,E B Mather, Henry
Liberty—Benjamin Maneval, John E Ault, John
Morris—Job Doane, Wzn Babb, Hooch Blackwell..
Middlebury—Dantel a Stevens, 0 Tr Keeney, John
Mansfield—Wm HoHands, Phil Williams,Johnllol.
fdainsburg-0 D Main, Vaughn W Smith , Henry
Dielson—Phillp Tubbs, John M. Bolt, Jessie Howe.
Osceola-0 It Taylor,llenry Tubbs, Dr Maggie. •
Richmond—W W Baynes,Thos 11 Halley, D P Shaw.
Rutland—Peter V Van Ness, E Benson, Wm Law
Shippen—Joseph A Darling,G D Leib, George Dim
gulllvan—Elliott Rose, Jr,F Baker,,Chae Palmer.
Tioga—D L Aiken, E A lillesj Daniel Detrey.
Tioga Borough-0 D
° Loral, T L Baldwin, John Eta.
l7nion-0 B Ellis, .1 di Whitcomb, 0 8 It'andali.ll
, Westne id—Jr. B. Buchl . ay,S N Aldrich, (1 A Walter.
Westfield Borough—N W Idliatighton 43D
Ward—Wallace Chase, Do l Sparks, Aildrowlinifiln.
Welleboro—John Dickinson, 0 0 Oegclod, J B Pottet,
The Committee passed the following reeolu
Ist. That voters belonging to the Republican
party, In each township and boning'', shall meet
on the:,l2th day of August next, at the usual
places of holding elections, at 2 o'clock. P. M.,
and proceed - to vote for one person for President
Judge, two persons for Associate 'Judges, one,
person for senator, one person for Representa
tive, one person for Commissioner, one person
for District Attorney, and oue person for county
P:M., and closed at 7 o'clock... The voting shall'
be by ballot, written or printed; and the name
of each person voting shall be written on a list
at the time of voting; and no person shall be
allowed to vote more than once for each office.
After the polls are closed, the Board shall pro
ceed to count the votes that each candidate has
received, and make out the returns accordingly,
to be certified by the Board.
ad. One of the Board of each district, who
shall be selected by a majority of each Beard,
shall meet at the Court House in Wollsboro, on
Tuesday, the 15th day of August next, at one
o'clock P. M., having the certified returns and
a list of the voters, together with the votes
cast for each candidate; and the person who
shall have the highest number of votes for any
office, shall be declared the regular nominee of
the epublican party.
4th. Any two or more persons having an equal
number of Votes for the same office, the return
judges.seall proceed tp ballot for a choice; the
person having the highest number of votes tti
btb. The return judges shall be competent to
reject, by a' major ity _vote, the returns of any
distriot where t here is evidence of fraud, either
in the returns or otherwise. And the return
judges shall have power to appoint conferees—
Senatoriacand Judicial, or either as the ease'
may . require-- 1 -who shall be instructed to support
the person who shall have received the 'highest
number of votes oast for that office in the' coun
ty. And the return Judges may at their meeting
change thorned° of selecting candidates, if they
are satisfied that a change is necessary. And
the return judges shalt appointoi Standing Com
mittee for the county for the.eneuing year.
Bth. In case of vacancy,in any board at the
time fixed for opening / the polls, the vacancy
shall be supplied by any member or membera of
'the vigilance ctimmittee who shall be present or
in attendance. /
AUGUST ,118 ALBA, Seo'y.
June 20871-7 t.
QI( BALE, CHEAP-LA buggy, cutter, hat
ness and buffalo robe, all new. Time will
be given on approved paper. For particulars,
apply at this race. August 2, 1871
.Applications for Charters.
NOTICE le hereby given that the followin:
applications for °loaders of ineorporatio
have been filed in my office, and will be preset:
ted to the Court of Common Pleas of Ting:
county, Monday, August 28, 1871:
Application of Ell* It. Backer, Jno. Benson
Jr., Peter V . and others, under th ,
name of the 3d "ll:B.'Chilicit of Rutland."
J. P. DONALDSON, Pro'y.
' -5 - 4 iEficifdicrea 7 Voe,
_, , .. „.
.11010 Y *lrina *4mo:it of the Orphans' Court
JD of the contitt4lL ogs, to me directed as
,Guardian ofiWiilitaigton L. Phelps, minor Bob
of C. H. Phelpy, ,deceased, I will expose for
fiale; at public fe." 'ken the 22d day of An
vet ntyytt,thi, OW — lses, respectively, to the
highest and beet b r dder, ;the following described
teak astalpitgilflA x •, ,
A lia. of, landel, &rife, 1 4
the borough of Mans.
- field in4t i alcteiniirti, be fining on the east side
o ifividisuii, ritheasonth line of land
of Henfyytillen;:itbeyilfielong said line and the
south line of the cemetery list south, 88 degrees
twit, 49:6'peratics to' the public highway, called
the Williamson road ; thence along said road
south, three degrees east, 10.9 perches; thence
south, 86/ 1 degrees, west, 10.1 perches; thence
south, eight degrees east, 31.4 perches to Cory
creek; thence north, 88 degrees west, 32.3 per.
°hes to the Said Tioga railroad; thence along
said railroadinorth, 20 degrees west, 21.3 peiches;
and north, 173 degrees west, ten perches, and
north, 41 degrees west, eight rode, to the-Place
Of beginning ;containing 10 acres 117 perches.
Also, another lot of land in said boroil i gh of
Mansfield, satiated on the south side of.Kimira
street, and beginning at the northeast corner of
N. Kingido land; thence south, 12 degrees
east, 100 feet, to the south line of this land;.
thence westerly along land of said Kingsley and
land of John M. Phelps, and land of A. Davis,
125 feet, to the southwest corner of this lot;
thence north, 12 degrees west, 117.15 feet, to
said Elmira street; thence along said street
north, 773 degrees east, 125 feet, to the place of
beginning ; containing 51 perches, more or less.
Also, a lot of land situated In the township of
Richmond,.l n the said county of Tioga; begin
ning at a p at, the northwest corner 9f ,the Tru
man Graves lot ; thence north 104.5 perches toe
fallen heml9ok,the southwest corner of Joseph
P. Morris's land; thence by the same and laud
of George Sling south, 89 degrees east, 184.6
porches to a birch corner; thence along land of
Win. M. Barden south 107.6 perches to the south
side of the road loading from Mansfield to Wel Is
boro, past the iron ore bed; thento along the
south side of said road south, 68 degrees west,
22 perches to a post in the east line of the said
Graves lot; thence by the same north 14.5 per-,
dies to a edger tree ; thence by said Graves la
west 184.2 'perches to the' placo of beginning,
containing 120.1 acres, more or less i
l ade known on application, or at time
PRILIP WILLIAMS, '
;0871 3w Guardian.
TN BET IN TIM 11 1 ,9RLD.
IS COMING To L i. r
lIADENP•URG i k CO'S
GRAND CON sombA:TED.
L LYING ANI MAILS.
A grand consolidation of
A longline of
;:ivxmEws.E th NS.
Containing living speoluie ns of the most rare
and curious Animals and Birds known to Zoo
logy, All the 'truly great Artists In the Amato
Profe'eilon. Tho largest and best •
MENAGERIES & CIRCUSES
Combined, ever organized. All the Anlma
splendid specimens of their species. Every
member of the Oirdus Company a '
BRIGHT \ PARTICULAR STIR
One hundred and Arty Horses, and over one
One of the griintt features of this establishraon
is a grand
At 1 o'clock P. At.,, dally.
EUZZ LOV2tal Nag
Will make a terrific, ascension upon a single
wire from the ground to the top of the center
pole, itad then axe cute a fancy dance upon a
platform erected upon_the center pole for that
Como and see the
AT 10 O'CLOCK,
Headed by the GOLDEN' OAR OP MUSIC, and
foll Owed by the Done, Elephant, Camels, Horses,
Ponles, i llfians, eke:- .
DO WT FORGET THE DATE.
Admitioijoi, - 50/6);,Ohildra l 26 0 to.
Doors opin and Ti p. 3 r.
Remember the foetid
). 3 }GRAB. WHITNEY; Agent.
Well.§ 6 or - I;;Aii,asLs.'
Tioga, - AUgust 4., .1 •
Coudersport, August 7.
Emporium, August 8. ,
St. Mary's, August 9.
Auguet 2, '1,471. • '
N DIVORCE —To Royal Wheeler: ;iron
are,hereby notified that Mary Ann Wheeler
has applied to the Court lof Common Pleas of
Tioga county for a divorce from the. bonds of
matrimony, and that said Cohrt has appointed
Friday, the 28th day of July, 1821, for the hear
ing of said applicant in the premises; on tyltich
occasion you may attend If you think proper.
Aug 2,1871.-4 w E. A. FM, 131terlit.
1?e:gi,9(0 . .9 Notice.
NOTICE is herebi glienlbat the E
and Administrators named below b
accounts in the Reefter's office fo
Hatt,' and that said etheepnts wilt be p
to.the Orphan? Ccurt - forsald county, o
4i the 281,1i,:day.of August , 1871, at 2
P. roiLi for allowance and confirmation :
Account of Simon V. Butler, Adminie
the estate of Simeon Butler, late of Del
ceased. • : .:. •
Account of Joshua T. Jackson; Athol
of the estate of B. B. Barnes, late of
Account of John Joseph and Sai n gel
Administrators of the 'estate of '
eeph, 'fags of - Brookfield, deceased..'
Acentint of William T. Pest and J.
win; Executors of the last will and test
Johu - Ilaslin, deceased. •
Aietanit of F. E. Staltb, - Administrat
estate of_ Daniel .Woedfield, late of T
Apecriiii4f 11. WOVllliams. Excouto
taatiiilA,lud tovi I. NW'of:alUoborq,
of :Tallobox6 deuiessed.
Aceouritof S.D. Warriner, Admires
bonis non, of the estate of Theodorus
late of Jackson, deceased.
Account of Clarinda Schoonover a,
SrhoonoVeri . Ekeatitors of the list al(
tamhat of Thomas Soboonover, late a
deceased, • ,
Account of Wm. 3. Booth, Executor
will ¢ndientibment of. J. T. Strel late
flekt: &messed. '
Acconnt of:ft, T. Wood and Doll - 1
Administratois of the Mato of ',curiae'
late ofyElkland, deceased. D. L. DE ,
August 2,1871 r • RI
TniqqA. P"). COU4 I I I PRO . O I AMA
, •'II.ON. Whereae, the Hon. Reber G. Whit,
Presldent_Judga for the 4th' Judicia Distrie
of Ptirintrylvanie, end' V. /I. ilently ,nd 'O. - F.-
VeV, - ,Esq'e;.Aitsolali Judges in Tioga County,
havelested their 'precept, bearing date the 10th
day of.Jnix t ,4l4l-, and to fine directed, for the
hoidinkiif,,ttridiett i a• Court,, court o Common
mbereby given, t theCorc-
Plias, : Oeneral-',Qiierter Sessions and Oyer and
Terrainer, at tWellaboro, for the' Count of Tioga,
on "the 4th Monday i ofAugust; (train the 28th
day,) 1871 , and la continue two week .
Notice is therefo
Der, Jastioes,of the Peace, and Coneta les in and
for-the county.. of Tioga,. to appear inl their own
prOpei persons,- with their records, inquisitions;
entainationtrand temerubrauces • t do those
thrum! ,Whick of 'their offices and In i eir behalf
appertain to be done, and all witness e and oth
er persons protecuting in behalf of th Conimon•
wealth against any person or parse 8, are re
qtiiiekto be hen and there attendifi , and not
to depart at their peril, Jurors are requested' to
be punctual in their attendance at the appointed
time, agreeably - to notice. I'
Glirtrn,,ntkOr my band and seal at the Sheriff's
cifftesc s iti, - trellsboro, the 29th day of July,
in the yeilik.'of,rour . Lord one thottsand eight
&Indeed and serentpotte. . , .
xN' . DIVORCE.— . -To Edward A. P teems : You.
are heieby notified that Henrietta Parsons,
by her next friond, Robert Biehop, luis applied
tc the. Court of Common Pleas. of Tioga county
for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony, and
that said C_onrt has appointed Mond. y, 7 the 28th
day ,of Augast,lB7l, for the hearin ,of said sgi
plioant in-the premises;
on which o 'you
can attend:if-you think proper.
Aug 2,1851.4 w PIS t, Sheriff.
IN:DIVORCE.—To John Cook
by notified that Frances T.
next friend,,Thomas Holiday, has a'
Court,of Common Pleas of Tioga
divorce from the bonds of matrimol
said-Court has afpointod Monday,
orAngust, 1871, for the hearing
cant in the premise ; on which ono
attend if_ on thin . proper. E. I
Aug •2,1871 4w
MANSFIELD, TIOOA CO.
RE fall term will commence Wednesday,
Aug 80, 1871.
RoZ.Clitalligue'or admission applj to Charles
CRAB. TT, VETtRILL, A. M.
July 5, 1871.-2 m.
% . / /d
,• ,t4 ltirk,:y./.IP
as now in stook, and will ke .1
on hand, at the lowest mark:
Wool Twine, 2 & 4 ply cotton-4i
/Karnak it, 0 * I A 0141411 d•
Rawls pats Stop, Ladder, from 3 o s ft.
JACKS CBE S,
WIRE 01,0 fill & WIRE GOODS
- - ware
constantly on hand.
Bottom prim on
A GRiiiIILTUR AL IMPLEMENT EL
Come in and take a look, get the figures : and
see how it is yourself, and oblige
1 Yours Truly
J. BOREIFFELIN, JR.
Ma y 24, 1871.-tf.
tin paw ateekt
A trivipriiitmot the Present
,trutended for People Now on Earth.
Including Parmers.`Tdoehanles, Merchants, Pra
Jessiopal Men,'Woritors, Thinkers, and all-Man
i ner of 3:l4:Stast FoiB9, and the Wives, Sons. and
Daughters of all snob.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
ONE / IWNDKBD COPIES FOR $6O,
Or less.taknOrle Cent a Copy. Let there bo a
St so Club at every Post Office,
SEINI.WEEE.LY SUN, 82 A YEAR,
of the same •size and general character as
THE WEEXLY, but with a greater variety of
miscellaneous reacting, and furl:List:dog the news
to its sabscrlbers`ith greater freshness, because
It cornea twice a Week Instead of once only.
TEM 'DAILY BUN; ea A YEAR.
A prOmlnently readable worl d. wit
largest circulation in tbe Free. hide.
pendent. Awl-tearless In politics. All tbo-newe
floni everywhere. Two cents a copy Mail.,
AO cents a month, or $6 a year.
Flea coplea, one year, separately_tuldressed.
Ten &pies, one year, separately addressed (and
an extra,oopy to the getter up of club):*
Twenty. cdplea, one year. separately addressed
(and an (=re copy to the getter up of club),
Fifty r;o ples. one year, to Ono , address' (and the
tlerel•Reeltly one year tottater up of slob),
• - Thirty-three Dollars.
!fifty !year, separately addressed (and
the ,inunt7weenlyots year to getter up of club).
Ono hundred conies, one Year, to ono addresa
(akd the Ditty vor one year to the getter up of
bb Flay Dollars.
One huatired copies, one year, separately ath
dressed (and the Da ily for one year to the getter
up of ChM, Sixty Dollars.
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TintSIDIJIANVEE Mr SUN.
Five Gimes. one year, separately addressed.
, lEight are.
Ten conies, one year, separately Ei
an eat% Copy to getter up of dab).
in Post Callen orders. emits. or drafts on New
York. wherever convenient. If not. tom register
she letter. Containing money. I Address
E. A. PlB
State Normal Sc
for gumming saws A
. i f
falkaseortment of Lake Huron & Berea
.Canal Wheel Barrows
in any quantity.
1 from 1 inch down
No 1 fr. no 1 extra engine oil
CRARM3 A. DANA.. Editor
TERMS TO CLUBS.
TEM:DOLLAR. WEEKLY sIIN.
SEND YOUR nowt
I. W, ENGLAND. Pqb
-' OW New TOrk Incy. Y
it Blind Factory.
BENJAMIN AUSTIN; Is kepired to far.
nigh firtat-olaaa work from tho bo4t
at fitetory tvlttob Sa now in frat , operation.
-` 1 DeptS,
k. of the
l ogi, ale-
r of , the
'a L. M.
f the last
constantly on band, or rna,nufaetured4o order
Planing and ))latching
done promptly, and in the best manner. The
best workmen employed, and none bet the best
seasoned lumber used. Encourage home ludas
Factory near the foot of pain St
, BEND. ;AUSTIN.
Wellstioro, Aaguot 2, 1871. if
on are here
ook, by her
plied to the
ounty for a
y, and that
he 28th day
F said appli
sion you can
We have a very desir4le Stock
of the above-named Goods, which' we shall otter at extremely Low Pii
cee, in order to sell! l out clean for Fall Trade
Any one in need of Goods in this line will do well' to purchase earlr
Corning, August 2 , 1871
NO. 1 BOWEN 4. CONES I?LOCK WELLSBOBO, PA
„ I •
WOULD say tolho citizens of Welleboro and vicinity, tha,e, they have their E.torc now
full operation, and will at all times keep a general assortment ofl merchandise, god ECII
the lowest prices. We sell
Yard wide Factory for El eta. French dingha r ms . .., 25 cu
Printefor Nets. Queens' Own Alapac` , (speciality) :II to -,.
Dekitten for 20 els.
; . •
Plaids, French, and _lrish Poplins Japaor , (ls ,l ;
7 Fancy colored and Black Dress
all at prices much less than have been eold for before. IWe keep a full
Fancy Goods, Yankee Notions, Bogts and Wi l pes, Eats aad
Rosiorir from 10 to 50 ota. Childrens' Skies from
Boots from $2,50 to
,$5,60.' Hats from
Mena' Shoes from $1,25 to $6,50. Caps fr0m.....!
Boys' Shoes from " 'sl,oo to $1,50. f ,
All Seasonable Goods at anprecodeuried Low Prices.
.. Teas from , 1 50 cts. to $1,5 0 . Coffees from 1
A_Sugare 121 eta. Spices, all kinds.
Porterea g at
1r 1.2 i etc. Soaps, all kinds.
Oar motto ie, "fair dealing, low prices, nod strict attention to" business," which is aiwiyi
the key to 8 ac e s.," _
- We invite eve y one in want of anything4n our line, to drop in and tali° a look througl::•
Stook, as we a l e always, pleased to show our Goode.
_ __ _
Beat Prints 10 cents per yard. 1000 slyds Deloines, from 12a to 15 et 9. per }era
the largest stock of -
in Southern New •Vork, including. HEM'S from 25 to •d
best Tapestry Brussels $1,25 ; 7,ng/191) Body Brussels $2,00 t o
Rims, 9il Cloth, Plain and Cheek Canton fa
0 1 tbAt ill
We invite a careful examination of our Stock andi pri.3es, and wo pledge curse '
toiknot he undereo/d, and hen we *ay that wo.mean 'what we any. Come and 6eo 11 3 •
..._ • '
Corning, A 3.,i1 f. pril. 12, 1870. ' 1
Summer Dress Goods,
Jr A. PARSONS'
11/V. Jr Horton it Brother,
Our Stock is,now very large and complete, and Goods very clieop
We would call etpoelal attention t. au
Cloths and Cassi
which will bo wade to order by Soblnol. or Scott
... - ~.:. ... ~,,,
._, , ;
PE4r A ns
Of thorough trial 'twat; bec l ome en ettablisbed
fact that ROY'S.CIIOIIEIik DROPS is the btit
Family Medicine that can bafound fpr the care et
DIABBIIIIIt - ITHIVITRY,
Colic, cr l tup' s,
SUMER 90MP L T
And al) those disorders of the bowels which ar o
so common in the Sruanner and Fall. i This teed'
eine never fails tvt(an, rightly used. It /A AO
OURE.ALL, it is not recommended for anything
else. It does not contain pepper li e the Pain.
Killers. It does not irritate, but i mild and
soothing in its operation., It is 19 t like any
other medicine, therefore a'k for RO 'S
ERA DROPS and take no other hini
Aug. 2, 18 7 1 .-3 m% I '"
Goods I ' New firm.
CORNING, N. Y.
80 . cts to
‘ .25 to Zti ct
W. J. HORTON & CI
o to if
inn from •
1 ) ft fttll liar
1 , 4' (~ '
at vary low iricee.
SMITS & WAITE.