Owego Record Front Page
January 23, 1886
Tioga Co., NY

Transcribed by: Bill Grummons

January 23, 1886

PERSONALS.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew LIPSETT, of New York, have been visiting Mrs. W. OGDEN, this village, on their bridal tour.

Chas, COLEMAN, of Auburn son of J. COLEMAN, this village, was married in Watkins, Tuesday to Miss Ella SHULMAN.

Mr. Geo. H. BOWEN of West Warren, PA, was in town on Saturday and made a pleasant call at the Record office.

Lee HARDING was in town Wednesday. He has lately moved from VanEttenville to Candor, which was his former home.

Walter TAYLOR of Hammondsport, formerly of Tioga, has been visiting friends in this latter place and was in Owego Wednesday.

Maj. G. W. TREDWALL. TREDWALL, business manager of the Elmira Advertiser, stopped off in town a few hours on his way to New York.

A. P. UTTER, of Reynoldsville, PA, formerly superintendent of Catatonk tannery, accompanied by his wife, has been calling on friends in Owego.

Mr. Pat J. LANGAN, formerly a landlord at Apalachin, now keeping the Cottage Hotel at Hawley, PA, was in town on Thursday. Pat was looking fine and as rosy as a peach.

Mrs. WILLEY, who has been living with her daughter, Mrs. M. L.. WILLIAMS of Syracuse for a few months is now staying for a time at L. E.. WILLIAMS in Newark Valley.

The first Presbyterian Society of this village has unanimously called Rev. A. C.. McKENZIE, of Auburn Theological Seminary, to the pastorate of that church at an annual salary of $1500.00.

On Friday of last week we had the pleasure of receiving a very personal call from Hon. L.P. LEGG, of Jenksville, who was in town, accompanied by his son-in-law, Abram BLACKMAN, who was just returning from one of his eastern trips.

BROADWAY.

Mrs. Etta STONE of Elmira is visiting at A. J.. SPENCER's

Mrs. B. W.. SPENCER, who has been to Nichols for a few weeks, returned home Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph WALTER, of Binghamton Insane Asylum, visited their parents last week.

Miss KIP, employed at the Orphan's, Home, Binghamton, has been enjoying a visit to friends in this place.

Our school seems now to be progressing finely under Miss Maria FREAR.

Five cows, belonging to Mr. John HUNT, who lives on the Lisle Road, partook of tobacco, one day last week, and two of them died. Tobacco is an evil weed, etc.

It is with feeling of sadness that we have just heard of the death of an old friend and former resident of this place, Mrs. Sidney CALKINS, who at one time, with her husband and children occupied the homestead now owned by B. B.. Robinson, Esq. She was a kind and obliging neighbor and had a host of friends, who will mourn her loss as they think of the kindly deeds of her who lived among us so long.

Another of our bachelors is gone. James INGERSOL was married last Wednesday evening, Jan 13, to Tora TILBURY, of Union. The knot was tied at the residence of Rev. Ira DICKINSON, after which ceremony the couple repaired to the home of the bride, where a pleasant evening was enjoyed with a house full of friends and neighbors. Much joy Jimmie.


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