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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - May 8, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaI at Orn and Beauty and Ine j towers transplanted not dead Sunshine of heaven is her tit cruel to Pray for her Back her gloried spi Jtj is at rest follow her track to the land of the Blest. A socratic a fleeting 4 meeting of tie democratic1 county will be held at the Seio Weisboro on Teresda a court of May of announced at a print of Pristine Lal a where a 1 to time h a Folly Oville. I of organizing pre Parat approaching i gubernatorial slant comr Hill 5.g. White jobs c. Knox j. L Robinson i. S. Brewster j.1 Small farms handsomely Situa of Tioga county Pep each upwards of 100 i fitly surveyed by we. E. I described they Are All fit for linage Idem with roads running t being 2 rites from m a kill Emend j mile from Mccuai mile from Campfield s , from the Blockhouse and a few Edom. Party court eve a the by to and ing tree. O theist goods. Meet and.in-1 2, it a object on them at i have any one bmsb1ves at s7-.f. Ion. Fore the subs Riben k8, is this a continued by now receiving n a., acres Orris him. Ost of of ugly is and y smiles Miles for tavern License to judges of he court tar Ter of Tioga co. The t Wrt the respectfully solicits rift to Grant him to House in the township of Veaver. 4 18.44. R citizens of the town ship hereby certify that he by Joseph Weaver a As a Public House is for the accommodation of and travellers and thai the said is of Good repute for Hon esty tej Sperance and is Well pro House. Room stabling and necessary for a Good Public House of enter As aforesaid Wood j. Goodspeed Stevens h. Freeh brn King David Beach a. J. Monroe Rockwell Eddy Howland Howland Joseph Yarnall. To hon., the court of Quarter ref the county of Tioga. Of David close of West in the Courty Afore requests the court to a License to keep an inn or at the House now occupied by him lately kept As an inn or tavern in aforesaid. Davi a close. Certify that we Are Well acquainted David close the Petil Jone and Louse thai he now petition Kepi As an inn or tavern a the inn or tavern is necessary accommodation of stranger v Wetherbee for is John Morris r swimmer is Thomas Joseph j c Whitehead is Sime Oft Power James Jilb is Andrew Murdough b daily Etal is vim Ellworth it Al Calvin Couley is John browned Hart a is j Herrick it Al stamp Eta Bush Minier for v is adm is of a Niles Linier is Thomas Dyer gulp for s Loff is Abner Joady it at Mathers babe Oak is b v Ogden it Al Victor m Gray s m strange Booth it Al Joh Sanfo l Davenp it b ii Calkins Joel Park most Alex. Cun mings Henry Dei ringer for Wilcox is Green Sayre for Darling is James a Hathaway Darling a same v8 d b Shoff is Francis Welch is Philip Taylor a a l Gibson we j Mann it Isaac 1 John b Binn Isaac Beech Isaac Beech my Corrick Lemuel Davenport a b Beach Ial list for a week. Is o Parkhurst to. Co vib Isaac Beach is John germ is p b love is sub Shoff Basse from Wellsborough the soil Excel Lent Limber Beech and the. Have Long been known As in Emorris lands Anil these parcels consisting o 14 firms have been selectee As the Best of 5000 acres and now opened for settlers it is intended lha the Price and terms shall prove an n Duce Meni. A full history of in 2 land with a map is left with the editor o this paper and with s. W. Morris o Wellsborough As agent or for further information please apply and t a. P. Morris 23 Filbert spree and tellers Post paid will ref Civ Rome Ilisie attention. To. 23, 6mo and Tion and with acco Rich we Dye travellers and that is of Good repute for honesty Temperance and is Well provided House room and conveniences to ism Date strangers and travellers. A Pitts foil the use of t Johnson is h Clark c w Hanmer is we up ilae s Waterly self and Tioga Cou Ity is h Oliver d Kelsey is j Kinball Joel Park urst is Robert Tabbs e Wilson is Rebecca so son How Ian j be Cook is the Arbon Coal co John Drei in is c Cowley Jacob cd Linton is j hush the Tow Inda Bank is j Kimball is Olden Woodruff Packard to Taylor for is b Thompson is g Spackman Chaj Loti Phillips r. I. Tov Vasend Ard Grusea Smith Iam land reeks Elkanah Boardman Jonathan Seamans . , David Rixford e. W. Calkins Theodore Doty or. Dyer b Marvin Ira Day piday do Wiliams the Towanda Bank same is Wain Henry Alq Johnston Esbon Slosson a Locey a g Burch 1 Beach John Curtis Dean Button a c Caldwell i g l Ryo i for the use of Smith is David Hammond of Bristow is Seth Daggett l Frost is j Brownell b k Gas is s Vav Morris j f Coo i is lock and Osgood we Shi Imani is Lyman Robinson Coo to Juruth for is same is Andrews Briggs it Al is g Spackman is l Saynisch is e Dyer is g Kress is w Fleming is m w Stull is w Carr is j Curtis is Edwin Brown Smith Hollingworth is a w Compton Arbon Coal company Moffat s vegetable i and pc unix bitters every an. The Best of All the Nui Berous medicines that Are offered to the Public. Or. Moffalt s life pills and Phoenix bitters Are daily and hourly sustaining the sound reputation which they have honestly and Tun Stenta Goaly a queued. Tso person Ever yet took teem even for a Short Peri Oil without being perfectly satisfied with their effects upon himself As to recommend them to others. In cases of fever of every and All Bil Fons affections it is unnecessary for me to say aught us i believe the life medicines Are now uni admitted t Ste the most speedy and effect Ual cure in Alt diseases of that class. The Lite medicines Are also a most excellent re olefin affections of the liver and bowels As has been proved in hundreds of cases where patients have come Forward and requested that their experience in taking them might be published for the Benefit of others. In their operation in such , they restore the tone the stomach strengthen the digestive organs and invigorate the general functions of the who a body and thus become to both sexes for the Are perfectly adapted to each an invaluable Means of preventing Diboise and re storing health. In affections of the head whether accompanies with pain or giddiness or marked by the grievous calamity of impaired mental Energy in palpitations of the heart flatulence files of appetite and strength and the multiplied symptoms of disordered Diges Tion the life medicines will be found to possess Thena Ost salutary Efficacy. Constitutions relaxed wean or decayed in men or women Are under the immediate influence of Tho life medicines. Old coughs asthma and consumptive habits Are soon relieved and speedily cured. Poverty of blood and emaciated limbs will Ere Long meet the happiest change the chill watery fluid will become Rich and Balsamic and the limbs be covered with firm an haal Thyl nervous disorders of every kind and from what Ever cause arising Fly before the effects of the life medicines and All that train of sinking anxieties and tremors which so dreadfully affect the weak the and the delicate will in a Short time be succeeded to cheerfulness and every presage of health. Sold by w. B. Moffat 375 Broadway Neil York. Also by Elmor e Scoville at Wellsboro agents for Tioga co. October 25th, 1843. By evening i the Texas treaty. J liabilities r ii vial in v 1 and find the n. Commissioners i Shalf he appointed by of the and with the and n consent who 24th 1844. U hereby Given that court of of of Moon 1 Leas general Quarle sessions fihe i ram organs court and Jour of Over in determiner and general Jai delivery 13 Ami for the county of Tioga will Joe held at the court House if Wells Oroon monday 20th of j Oest at 10 o clock in Ihu Forenoon d Suid Day Anil co Mitinus two weeks Al which Llie Coro so Junti cos of the Pereo and constables thee oily will take notice tji 3t they of Ihsen and there in their proper pers Toi Nolls records inquisitions Ujj i Atli it remember Nues. In do the to their respective offices a i be All suitors juniors Anc Sre Ilso required to be and attend j and not depart leave. Given under my Hart 8? Money by the sub there Between ver one Kii tid orders about 3 some papers finder return and contents to residence War ton township ally rewarded. Al Bacon. 1844. P e to i live Poi property and one fanning one Saddle be Patent brass Bells. Eby cautioned Bova mention Erson but my Ter 009 i from Sah do to newspaper at Wellsboro this twi Day of april Anno 1 thousand eight Hundred four. Jos b p h w. Orphan s court set in Persu acc of an order of the Orp ians court to of Tioga so dish join and for the cout on with 9e things pertain to witnesses said court hon., the judges of the court Quarter sessions of Tioga co. He undersigned solicits the court to g ant him a License to keep a Public Hoil 3d in the township of Liberty. Joel h. Woodruff. I Liberty april 23, 1844. The undersigned citizens of Liberty t Hereby certify that the stand now Kep by Joel h. Woodruff in said t p., As a pulic is necessary for the a con modal Iota of strange Sand travellers and thai the said Woodruff is of Good relate for honesty and Temperance and is jell provided with House room b Liigand other accommodations Neces sary for keeping a Good Public House of entertainment As aforesaid. Coe James Ford n Beach 8 Colvia c Carr i Swartz i t m 3 Baldwin it Al s r Longwell same s Satery Erastus arose Russell Hewet same f Lewis it Al same is Robert Johnson is j p Morris is .1 Short 2cl n Sweet is j is s Ryon is Bellman is h Koff a s Patterson is Hardy for Benson is j Sherman is s Ryon is p Gould is Orri Cor is same is a Babcock a Ovilio is same the Copartnership heretofore existing be tween Wickham Elmira n. Y., and b. C. Wickham co., Tioga Tioga county penna., has this Day Beer dissolved by Mutual consent. All those that have unsettled accounts at either place will perceive it necessary to have the first and second limes refer red Tov thre committee an foreign re lations and ordered to be printed in Confidence for therise of . A treaty of annexation concluded the United states of americ and Texas at Washington the 12lh Day of april 1844. The people of having at the time of adopting their Constitution expressed by an almost unanimous vote their desire to be incorporated into the Union of the United states and Siru desirous of the same with equal unanimity in order to provide More effectually for their Security and Prosperity and the a pied slates actuated solely by the desire to add to their own Security arid Prosperity and to meet the wishes of the government and people of Texas have determined to accomplish by Treal Obj Els so in port Airt to their Mutual and permanent welfare. For that purpose the president of the United states has Given full pow ers to John c. Calhoun Secretary of state of the United stat Sand the president of the Republic of Texas has appointed with like Isaac Van Zandt and j. Pinckney Henderson citizens of the said Republic and the said plenipotentiaries after exchanging their full Powers have agreed on and concluded the following articles i. The Republic of Texas act ing in conformity with the wishes 6f the people and every department of its government cedes to the United states All its territories to be held by them in full property and sovereignly and to be annexed to the said United Stales As one of their territories subject to the same constitutional provisions with their other territories. This cession includes All Public lots and squares a i in minerals sail lakes them settled immediately. Those that Are indebted by judgments or understand Tut want our pay. I . Wickham co. Tioga March 3d, 1844. Jay the business at Tioga will be continued by Wickham Baldwin at the old staud of b. C. Wickham co. No s54 3-m. And Seal Only fourth Mon one and forty la be Sebring c. Sebring c. Cox Freob Grum r. Moore Kenyon j. P. Rowland we. A hoop ii. E. Brady j. S. Brady John secy f. W. Moroux. F t pet Hitchcock is b Tubbs r Cra Ridall w k Mitchell e n under Bill 8 Ryon Al s j Job Leach is e Liott is b Fralick it Al is Carr is we Faulkner is Murdough and Spencer comm wealth for the use can Palmer is Burly and Lamb b 1 Smith s sate Rily Beckwith Sattrly same w a Ransom co f r sri the c Tatu Willia Bono d Potter the j8lh Jay of february a. D. Lopini Missale the following described real stale Ute the of Peler rep 3d deceased a Saiu Rjay Tho Isth Day of May next at 2 o clock m. At the House of Job Geer in Lawrenceville. Univ Kluj High la part of Jib but twelve to Sofland s Lunte in Lawrence of North by Peter keep East by River cd arcs c. Somera and by Peter we. One Law Quill and two dwelling houses Ticora. V in the Samo township one Ell Juil und Ivi with pan of one Hundred and inv Only two wild land bounded North and Easl by mor land South by Harrison land wet by Peter map. J Tenns made known at the time and place of Sale. Abrun Walker administrator. By court Wilson clerk o. C. Ice a Leboro ? april 22j 1844. 5 j so he est factory. Cloth dressing Wool carding. 1 Kab subscriber would respectfully inform the b is of Tioga and Bradford that he has become of the above named establishment if fore owned and occupied by Philemon Doud .lj3u Ai w about to repair and fit it up in a mesh Ner that shall Render it c.pa61c of doing As Good Woi c As any other establishment of the kind. He rela a in his employ to take charge of said establish act or. S. J. Bosworth who the subscriber be Liev during Tho last year acquired the reputation am Frig his customers of being obliging attentive to business and a Good Workman. The sub a pledges himself to those who patronize the Al ashment that no pains shall be spared in doing t work Well and in having it done in due sea f John Fox. Blainsburg april 9th, 1844. U. Wool taken in payment Tor carding. Fame the t i of Covington Ritter Lincoln same i daring f r Stith a Lathrop j w Ivi Aynard a Lewis j and sons Hill arid Ziurko is m Inscho is c Slos Sori is 0 Slosson is a wac or and wife w g Ryon is John is u Aucul j pct rce is j l Hobin of is s Babcock is e Dyer is Frederick Smili is same is c hath one is to Kandall is a shins garnishes Tioga new and cheap goods. A. Splendid than Ever 4 he subscribers respectfully inform the citizens of Blossburg and Tioga county that v they have just received from the City an extensive and splendid assortment of Staple and and Springs Public edifices fortification is Barracks ports and harbours Navy and Navy Yards docks magazines arms armaments and and Public documents Public funds debts taxes and dues unpaid at the time of the Exchange of the of this treaty. Art. Ii. The citizens of Texas shall be incorporated into the Union of the United , maintained and protected in the free enjoyment of Liberty and admitted As soon As be consistent with the principles of the Federal the enjoyment of All the rights privileges and immunities of citizens of the u. Stales. Art. Iii. All the titles claims to real estate which Are valid under the Laws of Texas shall be held to be so by the United states and measures shall be adopted speedy adjudication of All unsettled claims to land and patents shall be granted to those found of is d Parce Crandall is c Parkhurst it Al is we and Job Herrick i Green Bentley plaster i e a on saturday May 25, 1844. , for 1844, d. C. Magnificent scheme. 30000 a too 2410 0000 7000 1 grand capital of splendid prize of 1 do 1 do 2 to do 2 prizes of 0 do 100 do 5 0 to 2000 1000 be. Authorised under such the Congress of the United states May prescribe to head examine and decide on Al questions Tonch Itig the legality and Vai Mility of said claims when a claim is allowed Issue a certificate to the claimant Sta Ting the amount distinguishing the principal from in Terest. The certificates so issued shall be numbered and entry Madeios the the name of the person to whom issued and the amount in a Book to be kept for that purpose. They shall transmit the record s of their proceedings and the Book in which the certificates with the vouch ers and documents produced before them relative to the claims allowed or rejected to the Treasury department of states to be deposited therein and the Secretary of the shall As soon Racli Calyle after the receipt of the same ascertain the aggregate amount of the debts and liabilities allowed and if the same when added to the amount to be paid to Frederick Daws to and the sum which May be paid in the redemption of the exchequer Bills shall not exceed the estimated sum of ten millions of dollars a the presentation of a certificate of the commissioners Issue at the opt Orf of tile Holder a new certificate for the amount distinguishing principal from interest and payable to him or order of the Nett proceeds of the Public lands hereby ceded or Slock of the Ahmed states for the amount allowed including principal and interest and bearing an inheres a of three per cent per annul from the Dale thereof which addition to being made payable out of the Nett proceeds of the Public lands hereby ceded shall also be receivable in pay ment of the same. In Case the amount of the debts and liabilities allowed with the sums aforesaid to be paid to Erick Davison and which May be paid in the redemption of the exchequer Bills shall exceed the said sum of ten millions of dollars the said Secretary before issuing anew Stock As the Case May be shall make in each Case such p report enable and rateable reduction on its amount As to reduce the aggregate to the said sum of ten millions of dollars and he shall have Power to make All needful rules and an avid Strelan keeps on hand Square Sash for windows of every description will make , on the Short est notice every variety of fancy Sash doors pointing and glazing neatly and promptly executed. Grain merchandise and lumber wiil be taken in payment. Covington Jan. 23, tailoring establish went Maffio s it 31 in 3 9 As now received the new York and Boston fashions for the Spring would say to Congress Mai from time to time think proper to make. It is understood be tween the parties Bat if in consequence of the Mode in which lands have been surveyed in Texas 6r from previous Grants or locations the sixteenth sect Ion cannot be applied for the purpose of education Congress shall make equal provision by Grant of land else where. And it is also further under stood that hereafter the books papers documents of the general land office of Texas shall Beye posited and kept at such place in Texas As Thi con Gress of the United states shall direct. Art. V. The United slates assume and agree to pay the Public debt and liabilities of Texas however created for which the Faith or credit of her government May be bound Al the time of the Exchange of the ratifications of this treaty which in the. Whole ten millions of dollars to be ascertained and paid in the manner hereinafter stated. The payment of the sum of three Hundred and fifty thousand dollars shall be made at the Treasury of the United states within ninety Days after regulations necessary to carry into elect the Powers hereby vested in him. Art., Vii. Until further provision shall be made the Laws of Texas now As existing shall remain in Force and All executive and judicial of Texas except president and Heads of departments shall retain their All Power and authority appertaining thereto and the of justices shall remain an All Tes Pec Sas now established and organised. Ajl. Viii. Ii mediately after the Exchange of the ratifications of this the president of the United Tau s by and with the advice and con enl of shall appoint a com missioner who shall proceed to Texas and receive the t Rar Fifer of the territory ice oof and All the archives and Public properly and other things herein can eyed in the name of the United states he shall exercise All executive uth Brity in said territory necessary to he proper execution of the Laws until otherwise provided. Art. In. The present treaty shall be if Jim 11 i his old customers and to the Public that he still continues to carry on the above business at the old stand where he May be found at All hours of the thankful for past favors and a continuance of the same. He feels confident in saying that his work will be done As Well if not better than any other establishment in the country. Cutting clone on Short notice and warranted of fit. _ in payment for work Cash Grain most kinds of Trade and with mechanics received at fair prices. Wellsboro ocl if. Ilse Exchange of the ratio Calion of this treaty As follows two Hundred and fifty thousand dollars to Frederick Dawson of Baltimore or his executors on the delivery of that amount of let per cent Bonds one Hundred Housand dollars if so much Here quire in the redemption of the exchequer Bills which May be in circular lion at the time of the Exchange of in ratifications of this treaty. For the payment of the remainder of the Deb and liabilities of Texas which Logel or with the amount already shall not exceed ten millions of Dollar the Public lands herein ceded and the net Revenue from the same Are hereby pledged. Art. I. In order to ascertain the i 1 i ratified by the contracting parties and he ratifications exchanged at the City of Washington in six months from the Date Hereof or sooner if possible. Ira. Witness whereof we the under signed plenipotentiaries of the Ujj Niter Stales of America and of the Republic have signed by virtue of our Powers the present treaty1 of Anrrea Tiki and have Hereunto affixed our seals respectively. Dons at Washington the twelfth Day Ofa Piil eighteen Hundred 4 forty four seat Isaac Van Zandt Seal he Nderson he documents transmitted to to get to Ritli the Are very voluminous and to lid fill about Twenty columns of Pur they consist of Tho message of president Tyler Aniol some Twenty letters from functionaries of this gone vement of Texas and great Britain. Ine spa Perr
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