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Agitator, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1886, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania ESTABLISHED 1854. JANUARY 188G. FRIGE F1YE CENTS. DOWN SHEaGOiSE 116 West Third Vatf lanain fa Estakt Come to GREAT NEW And Get Our CLEARING On All Wist STORE Corner Second arid HOLIDAY JUST RECEIVED SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF and New Tear's OEO. J CON IV Ho. SOSPMTT St_OppoiitBlln JACOB ECKHART'S OYSTER PARLOR SUCCESSOR TO CONBAD NEtJPELD. Oysters in all Styles. Coffee Served. MASQUERADE West Third Street. of nil kinds. Dreojtag rooms 321 ILKLAND S RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE. UNDER DEN Corner Third and Seott Iowa. I -OTSTEBS WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL. BANE IN THEIR SEASON ASK TOUE GBOCEB FOB J. M. Celebrated Crackers If Yon Want the Best Orders by Mail Promptly Filled. Office Steam Bakery. BOCK ISLOD ILL ADOLPH AND ARTIST Ladies' Work Toilet etc. Wert tetmo Hurixm Klykr StrteU. ROBZKTSICKELS. JAS. R. PRESTOX. J.R.3TCTTI5O Dmlen la Tinners' Etc. Agents for Glidden BAKE WIRE and Fahnestock White Lead. WHOLESALE 119 and 121 West Street Retail and Mill FarnisbiRi 226 West Second Street IOWA. 4. C. WALLACE. Gold String Burdsn Orz3Ju.Awlss TKoOo Goods. fMkVEl V- K.SKUIS1L SXIDER. MILES GENERAL INSURANCE T.W.HARFORD. Donble CoUar. FnU Leatlier SUNNY SIOE.-A loroly cottage and ot containing 35.000 square feet of tastefully ornamented with shrub and flowering plants all In superb order. Fine rlrer view. Ton .who are ghlng for In a may here mjoy bliss to hearts content In ill charming place. Look at it you that homeless. a bargain for tome one. 'rice and terms easy. Location MunAaH street. THE BEST LOT on Perry street 76 z SO adjoining the palatial residence f Maj. M. L. Marks on the LQ. ttlon and surroundings the best. Ferry street fot a residence Is becoming the most desirable street In the city. Cen- tral and free heary teaming and Price and terms liberal Now IB ie best and ast chance to secure this uptrb let at a bargain- 17 ACRES West Second hstd- some as a picture. Very desirable for a uburban residence or to lay off into ouse-lotB. Street cars within a block. Is to be made on this tract. 2fo city tax. TREMONT An elegant 10- oom residence on beautiful street vith its many delightful homes. For sale on terns to salt. .Possession on tie. TWO ACRES of choice land on a good treet-conjer lot. Title perfect and for low. Very desirable for smell fruit culture or otherwise. many other choice which we shall be happy to mention to those bare time to visit f ur office. ESTATES. Having In charge a large amount of valuable city and country property belonging to estates the leirs of wbiqh nearly are all non residents and anxious to realize. Consequently the property most be cold and we are prepared to give unparelled nducements and the most liberal terms to those who may be looking for daen- of their sur- plus cash. Never before have webeen able to offer cuch great baTfalui.aa we We kisS Mi work on hand for the ntall tnfe Open and Top BJWWJ WJBJ wmn-mwuj J05 East Frtmt HEW .ABWUrltKMKMTS- CO WE TO STAY' More ttu f laai DR. NICHOLLS. EMlfck j J. H. WHITAKlfc East THrd 1012 East FiMt Mmti ARCHI EOUCATIOMAL. Slate UoiTeRity of cam tte och ii to L. t. rretMnt IOWA umr IOWA JJJSTKtJCTICNS te Ofl W.ltr Cotam Terttttttn For 84O In JUacaln A EJjbt nsa A Forty-acre awe city. A Twenty-acre HOTCL IOTT rooms en Feny of IjdswS JjpTwflh sttwte. f9W Ditotft lands for for aw ten Oompialcs 3a Aanwics. J. M. BJDRIDCE 210 ERAPT STEEET. LUMBERYARD KENT'S COLUMN. ACTON WON'T. Tbo at York TakMJLegftl Ha Baftuei to Formally Turn Qvivr hte office tol Jordan. Triwvphof John Roach's In Vsry HMvy Gale SM. THE SETT TORE 8OB-TKKASUKT. NEW Jan. secretary- of tbe treasury to-dij recelred the f telegram from Solicitor who b la New hu refased to the from the malts. Under my md-c rice Tresjarer Jordan has done so fn Or- der to carry on the current TreAinrer Jordintelesrtphs as taken' possession of the office un- der the Thomas C- trewarer of the United States la this city received ft letter Thursday from Secretary ordering him to torn orer the office to Treasurer Jordan tola morning. Actoa once obtained the following opinion rom Messrs. George Bliss tfid EHhtt 'Hon. Thomas We mdrise on that your term of office expired Dec. that you hare since been hold- off and that your relations in this espect not change Jan. tbat you hare no legal right to torn orer your office the property In our charge to any peison not ncm- by the president aodiconnrmeu by The letter contaioed jiher snggestlons to the same effect. .In thereof Assistant Treasurer Acton .addreased Treasurer de- clining to turn oTer the moneys and jpreislng regret at the same time that its successor htd not been appointed. At .1 o'clock. Treasurer Jordan took the re- ipunsibllity of breaking the seals nod jeglnning business. Acton no ob- ectlon beyond his protest and freafturer Jordan took FKOM XEW toaK. NEW Jan. Jordan if the United treasury at ffashlng- took charge of the to- day. was considerable delay la opening vaults and for this rtason thAbosioetewust a standstill for about an honr of HOTEL FOR The Metropoli- tan corner Haln and Front streets St. Is now offered 'or sale on the most liberal terms. Loca- tion being within two minutes walk'of the monled Ihe principle wholesale and retail. Rock Island steamboat land- Xilwaokee St Paol pUMengtr depot and tha new railway new all of which the loestloe Tery destrsble for tte dsUaaofthe traveling clslmen inpsrticnlsr. To a man who it prwwrti nre SUBURBAN PROPERTY.-We nsifl Urge list of saburban 1m- prored and In parcels from one to twenty or more Tor mWock of scrrt at the northeast comer of Grand arenueand hsstdsome M ft finely studded wtih native tanfcs- adcllchtJul so cool and re- freshing when the bttmlac heat of ram- thai makes ft down-town residence like Waterplpes and hydrant m easy of scceM. the moss Important of oS a daduay yftSL. loelftakco Terms to The choicest piece sad the best bargain cter offend. HALF A nett iatbe macnlficent rtrer rlew lens to eitber street car eiccUent witer pipes and hrdnat good macadamized stiuta. Tbe best property to and beat terms ctt be had If purchas- er desires to lapnro ImiBedlateJy. PERKT STREET 150 IroSHy bdpw Sfaafc Very lor residence property. located MUST A of Korea CM vtrwti fn tiddly. Always to teeasts. TUs Is diaucw for a flrsixlaas iwjilug tareBt- ewut. TWEJTTT-O5E On TRJ gardnSag jnns tfcw f talf jriw fcr Jfiut ic HOUSE A5D flaw iraHc ffntt rocnu. Mm- TV cuwx CKThTE JUnsKPJT U TKt T1XX TO VCT JL to frtc- Any Totrtig matt A Owfl lor Jan. of the Dolphin fa bat has jet an official Teport to yofttenrey. Ha declines to be inter- lU'tte'p arfofto ance of ilsahlp. The Dolpin sailed from New Turk for the capes and tamed to- wards the Bermudas In search of a She encountered a twenty-four boat gala during which the wind reached a Telocity of serenty miles an boat The Teasel was placed ID aereral trying poattlona with regard to the and the up which officers and crew raceiTad made all sea sick. The chip made knots an honr taroofhont the and from this la Inferred that herperform- ances were good. It Is not learned that she suffered any damage. She reach- ed Portreas Monroe yesterday. FBOBASLT DBOW2EEDL Jan. UenLB.W-BenwT.ot w United hat been from tSi8 narr register for 188ft. Lieut. white strrtng at an exacstlTe officer on too United States steamer disap- peared Feb. 1885. AH efforts to dfcs- corer his whereabouts bare and it supposed by the narr department and his friends that be was drowned. IS TBE DEBT. WUHCCGTOX. Jan. official ataSe-' mentissned to-day chows that the in the public debt dnrtnr the month AS ABMT OF AITOEXTKXXT. Daring tte month of Jasmary the com- mlssloDS of orer one hcndred presidential. postmasters will ezpbe. The terms of' abontthe same number terminated In De- bat comnftrstlTcly few chsflftsj were nude. It is said um- ber of nomlnatloas will be ss soost SIou the 1st of J ury there have been orrr 9.000 In tte f onrth c2ass of which Ihsn BIDS caamsa XJUZA. The nsmed for recetang bids far carrying nulls on steamboats sad sMr males in tte western sates sad expired to-day. A mncb larger i of bUUharf been WMJred Saw the Sid of FebRtftry. MoralsV report tils afd wfckfe it of Sxapottanoe aad hi rlfrw of itw efforts wiki in- a number ol promami w rfd a porijTO oT dsr'ef law Is to ava. mad cnxniaals of t oaaba mik fai rvrry icalSAOe thKt BM
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