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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

ARRIVALS Cucatii House, Wbllsbo*odoh, Pimsa. P. P. Cmm, Proprietor. Nov. 7.—C. H. Edwards, Pine Creek ; S. B. Sprout, Blmira ; C. G. Denniaon, Tioga j J VV. Newell, N.Y.; O. B. Wilcox, Delmnr; i. T. Wiener, Pine Creek; J. Davig, do.j C. W . Wilkins, Qalon; C. Wolls, Pine Creek ; R. F. Davis, do.; Jared Davis, do.; W. Devi*, do.; N. Finch, do.; J. B. Benn, do.; P. W . Sheaflar, Potlsville; I. M. Bodine, Blosstiurg; S. J. Hoard, Mnosfielr). 8 & 9.—D. B- FitchJ Elmira; J. L. Wells, no.; C. E. Wflls, do.; P. G/ Andrews, do.; t). Griffin, do.; G. R. Bitley, Mansfield ; C. H. Edwards, Pine Creek ; L. L. Johnson ; Wnrsiiw; Miss Jnhndon, do.; T. Kilborn, Clymer; G. W. Buskirk, Cedar Run; G. J. Goodwill Clymnr. 10 & H.—W. E. Gaylord, Elmira ;'Geo. Westbrook , do.,' M. Cowen, West Branch ; D. Ellis, Pine Creek; C. L. Truman and, wife , Cedar Run; Miss Kate Trumap, do.; Mis* A. B. Dexter, Owego; J. Alexander, Welliborotigh ; C. E. Wells, Elmira ; P. G. Andrews, Big Flnt...

Publication Title: Agitator
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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

Aoditor'8 Notice. i "VrOnCE ; is ' hereby given, lhat I will au -'-''tend to Iho/dutica of my appointment «s Auditor m ' the initter of the distribution of the proceedi arising from Uie salt by the ShcTiff of the ' real E*tat«° of Clark . Slbinn. 'at'my office in the village of Tiogi, on Friday the first day qf Decerqber next, at 1 o'clock P. M., and all interested are Requested totheh anfl there present and " sulm^ahtiatB their claims to taid'procceds, or be forever debarred of chiming any part of the Bame. Nov. 9,1854. & H.'SJJYMQDR, Auffr. I\EW GROCERY, PROVISION STORE, AND OYSTER SALOON. T HOYT would most respectfully inform ** • the citizeiu of WelUboro' and vicinity, that he has just opened a Grocery and Oyster Saloon one door below Cleaver's Hotel, where he! wilt W happy to fUrniah. faniilie* wilh alt kinds ' of Grdceriea as cheap as the cheipesL Sogars, from the finest white down to the cheapest brown. Tea.'Coffee, Rice, Soap, Candles, &.c,oflhe best qual...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

GREAT RUSH FOR RUSSIA-IRON D. P. & IV. ROBERTS XTAVING purchased and (Mi -*-+ enlarged Ihe Tin and Stove fl/^ Store of C. E. Gray, would call the ^Ua attention of the trading pnbltc to tfs2_5^^sl Uieir large and splendid assortment |gtp~]^^. of Stoves, comprising: a variety °^(BSCK!|hP patterns: The 7B9Sb» KIWG OF STOVES,>----^ MORNING STAR, BANGUP, NATIONAL AIR-TIGHT, KITCHEN RANGE and three kinds of PREMIUMS. Also, a complete assortment of PARLOR Si. BOX STOVES, at or below Elmira prices. Tinware of all kinds, shapes and sizes wanted for household u*c. Earc Gutters mudc to order at the shortest no lice. JOBBING done to order and in tho bert manner. All Tin-ware carefully proved beforo leaving the shop. They respectfully solicit the patronage of all who wisb to purchaKe anything in their lino, asnuring them that money can be saved by examining their stock beibra purohnsing elsewhorc. WclUborough, Nov. 9,1854.

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

CASH PAIDiFOB WOOL: AT THE YVdOLEN FACTORY sittm ted oti the pliok road leading from Elkland \n Addlson. Also, WOOL MANUFACTURED IN7X) CLOTHS of every description for farmers' wear, for three shillings per yard, or on shares at (lift h&lVMt. Wool Carding & Cloth Dressing , . done on short notice. The subscriber would ray to his former patrons and tho public generally, that is now doing Inrainesn, not with a mt-hartt water foiotr, but on a durablo stream of water that Devcr foiU—has TWO DOUBLE CUSTOM CARDING MACHINES, FOR CARDING WOOL IN1O ROLLS. Alto, an entire >ct of machinery cxprersly for Manvfacturing Wool into Cloth, all of whichis in good order' for 1 doing bu»inen whicb will enable mo lo CARD ALL WOOL, brought from a dit-fcincc the same day, so tliat tho rolls can be taken buck immediately. All work entrusted to me thall be wrll donr. ST Most kinds of produce taken in payment for work. Terms—Pay Down. Addison, June 15. '51. L. C. PENDLETON.

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

' ' Register ' s Notice. 'M'OTICE'is hereby given lhat ihe.Adminis--'- ' tratorstnd Executors on the following named estates have settled their accounts, and that the same will be presented to the Orphans' Court of Tioga County on MONDAY, the 4th day of December 1854, for confirmation and allowance, viz: The account of Milton Bowman, Administrator of GODFREY BOWMAN, late of BrookSeld, deccaced. The account of Charles Blanchnrd, Guardian of the heirs of RICHARD ELLISON, late of Elkland, deceased. The account of John Brownell, Guardian of llie heirs of BENJAMIN MILLER, deceased. The final account of Zucchcus Mallory, Guardian of SAMUEL PIERCE. The account of Gurtis Park hurst, Executor of WILLIAM EVANS, late of Elklnnd. deceased. The account p( James Gray, Administrator of CHARLJiS PIERCE, late of Tjoga county, dee'd. .Register's Office, Wellsboro, 1 Not. g , 1854. '" ' J. P. MAG ILL, Regi$Ur.

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

NEW GOODS. HpHE subscriber would rqspeclfully inform •*- his customers and friends thai lib still codtinues Iho mercantile bueincBF, at the bid place, at Iho well known store of L. I. Nichols, wliereJ* ; Wll be happy to wait on those thai will favor him with a call, and would invite the attention of the pubho general); lo his large and commodiona stock of DRY GOODS GroceriesReady-illade Cloth - ing and Hardware) CROCKERY, WOODENWARE, STONEWARE, BOOTS 6s SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, &c, &c. in fact ever?tiling e|te kept in a country store, articles loo numerous to mention, and* will eel) cheaper than can be bought this side of Now York city.. All kinds of produce taken in exchange for gnoiH at the highest market price. J. R. BOW EN. Wellsborough, June 29,185;}.

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

A Pennsylvania Comfan* ol emigrants for Kiinsas territory arrived at New Brighton no Monday last, by way of the Pitlsburg and Erie Canal. The Pittshurg Dispatch lavs thnt with the ndditions they received at New Brighton, nnd tht" number seni forward on Fridny lnst T the whole number is fully fnu' hundred men, women and children, mostly, however, persons in the prime of life. Thev are all friends r>f temperance and opnnnenu of slavery. In pnssing New Castle, Ph., the pnny found the people ihpre. assembled in a mnss to galuie them with pleasant greetings and good wishes. Tub New Hampshire Free Democratic Convention nominated Asa Fowler, of Concord, ns the candidate for Governor. He was formerly the law partner of President Pierce. Mr. H-ile addressed the Convention.

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

Important. WHEREAS , on tire night of iho 24ih of March last, James I. Jackson, and others by the use of ful*e Vcys or otherwise, forced their way into the dwelling house nf the subscriber, while lbs family were absent and removed his goods onlof Iho house in order to gBl possession—and further, the said James I. Jackson look possession of the Books belonging to the subscriber, and refuses to deliver them over to him, for all of which, the aaid James I. Jackson and others hove, given bail for l/icir apjiearance to the next court of Quarter Sessions. This is therefore to forbad all persons paying any accounts lo James I. Joclison madeal (he wool. c ' n ' Factory and Saw Mill from Ihntlirneuntil tho 1st day of March', A. D. 1853, as I have a lease of Iho Woolen Factory and Saw Mill from lhat time until the 1st day of March, A. D. 1855, binding ma to collect all debts for work done. LEWIS C. PENDLETON. Delmar, Jnlv 27,1854-lH

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

BOWELS EMPIRE STORE Important to the Public. A TJ. R. BOWEN'S Empire Store the Xjl lime has finally come, when Goods can be bought as cheap in WclUborough, as al Elmira,Corning, or in any other town west of New York j ami the public at large are invited to call and mliBfy thcmKclve8 that this re no Humbng. Al J. R. Bowen> wilt always be found an exlen. sive assortment of well selected DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, BOOTS &. SHOl8 and a large variety of Gentlemen's Clothing, • HATS. CAPS, SHIRTS, COLLARS, SCARFSj,&= all of ivhich will be di«nusrd of ut a reduced rfrico - - J. R. BOWKN. Wcllsbore-Dgh, July 27,1854-lf. _____

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

Auditor^ IVotice. r "pf$Ei unr^i ?r8ignerl, ' havirjg"been appointed the smte " of Ihe ' Relil Estate of tiwui Drake;'dee'd, of ssidappointmefiti'oqFriday the l*t day bf D4 cimber, at'9 o'clock: A. M ^ at h«ibfficB in Wellsbo ro* »t which' tlme and place all persona interested may/prefer their claim's if they think proper." : — [ WeUsbor^ Nor^ , 1 ^. B. B. SMITH, Mfr. L

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

DBATtog. ' '¦': In lhi»pl»ce, onilioS^'iMt i HENBY, «oh of W. B. and Mary Clymr, aged lyw, 4joontba and S9 days.

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

T A DIES SHOES-i-A nriw sUpjily jii»t re \J .ccirij<Ut .<*• J R. B0"VTEi«:<fc, WJEinLSBOBO' ACADEMY. »THB tVtKf fiR--fERST of* ihts ] Institotion -L will commence ¦onTihfr 28Uk d»y of November insWunder the.;cjiirge,of Mri NEV/ELL L. REYNOLDS, a graduate of T«Udi»6n University. Mr. Reyflpldiih>»lMid'cn8, rie6.rtrili Academy for ongJUirm ^ sjja Msjijen Ms Etr; \iniyersal satis, faction. " ' ., • _. .,< .•„ ¦'' r, ; ' .. ' From the testimony, recelycd of-hU'characUr and quali6cations, from his .ciperience In leaching, and from his grc«t success here, and elsewhere, w« can cheerfully recommend th» School lo the patronage of the puMlci 1 • ' ¦ ¦:¦ "*f h'-"ij- ¦ ' ¦ < la addition to.the branchog tonally taught in such InsUtmions, there ^»UH>e a Teachers' class, composed of those who'inlend totngage in the bu«iness of teaching, which will receive particular at. tenlion and instruction, both (rorii lh« Principal and the County Superi...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

A Scene From Real JLIfc We copy the following from " The tfiVe Points' Monlhly Record," . a j ournal devoted 10 ihe interests of the Mission esiablished in iha locality whose name it ^ bears, by iheRev. Mr. Pease. The narriifve illustrates ,ihe character of ihe work which Mr. Pease is doing there, Tor relig ion, for purity, and fur temperance: " A Few Sabbnths since, nt morning- , service one of the most degraded specimens of humanity that ever greeted my vision , come stnggering into the Chapel ot the House 01 Industry. His wild and frig htful looks, ragged and diny beyond description his eyes red and swollen, rendered him-object of disgust and terror. Pie seemed 10 look at ihe children with wonderful—' Beautiful! beautiful! Oh ! lhat mine were here !' He snt an hour or more, nnd then wilh a long earnest look at the children stangerod out of the chapel, and wenl up the diirk ' valley of the shadow of death, 1 —Cow Bay. " As the bell rnng for service in the afternoon, and ...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

«iw 'iiivf-iriv<1>SBir ^Tirtrsr.f xu* ' AnlnvaiuabU Book for 25 penul-. " Every Fa&ily t-.i bus uw-ihbM'Uiia Vofc" "'-•• " ' * ? "ijj'iy- -^ -¦?: " ' l'^' '100,000 COPIES !^/*^Ti.n^ HJiE& S0LD IN' LESS ifu <. ->S*V**3W< ' •, - - -."3'HA*r A,YEAR.--A iuMt' ' ' ' : ifi3lF>- '" • > '- ' ^^i * di f! 0 ?' reV !¥° ujjt fj&MfyiMfJB' . ' , and improved , just ls-DR. HUNTER'S Medical JfaiiuqZ, ' and Hand Book ibr ' tlifrAffiicted^-Coiltaining tn outline of the origiBrprogrts»,tre»tnient and cafovofetory form of disease cbntracte 'd hy promitcuous sexual intercourse, by.lKir.abosii or by «exiril excess, wilh advice for Uieir prevention, writWn in a' familiar style, ,avotding:ill! medical tecbdicalitiea and everything thtt wooy.offond thej!ar«f,decency; witli an out. line of coraplaintjincident.tafemnles, from the re-•ult of twenty, vows'successful praclice.excluBively dpxpted to. tlie, euro of diseases of a delic...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

NEW SPRING GOODS,! rpHE subscrihers are now opening their JL stock of GOODS for the Spring Trade, com. prising i full and complelo assortment, and of tho usual variety, which will, as heretofore, be sold a ta very small profit for READY PAY. Being determined not to be undersold by our neighbors, our goods arc marked at the lowest figure; and we invite a comparison of our goods and prices wilh any other in the market. Among the assortment of DRY GOODS will be found a great variety ol Ladies' Dress Goods consisting in part of Bereges, Berege Dclanes, all-wool Delanes, Lawns, ¦ plain and printed; Ginghams, English, Scotch and American ; Poplins, Prints of all shades and colors, a stood stock of SILKS. Also, for men's wear may be found Broad Cloths, Cassiincrcs, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, silk, satin and summer Veslings. Also, Sheeting?, Shirtings, bleached and brown, Tickings, Summer Goods for boys' weur, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Cotton Batten, with a variety of other rliclcs loo n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

r J O tf ^«* Wr.tf«R!L ^ '^" ¦M Alf^iS :.0!vV|iI JpHYSIClAN. " " >'. DH. PHILIP LBDDy' s DEATH-TO-PAIN. ' ' ¦ ' The great American Remedy for Fever <£ Ague, Rheumatism, -Dysentery, Cholics, and Grip ing Paint, Brvises and Strains,Burris fy Scaldi,Fresh Woundi, Dyspepsia, Coughs 4" Coldt. AND ALL OTHER JUNDBEfj DISEASES . fpHlS Medicine has prayed, and will prot« "*¦ an unconditional Pain Destioyhi in all cimi, whether External or Internal. Hence it has reCei. ved the appropriate name of u -'Vtath-to-Pain." |; has, by bejng kept on hand by families who ki-.or its value, been the means uf saving money, and of, ten life, by Its timely ase in sudden attacks, and m cade of accidents. In all brnises and flcth wound, this Dcatli-to-pam is the best embrocation lhat can be found. The soreness is immediately exlrictrd —swellings reduced—and profuse bleeding flopped, A sing le dose will ease the most severe griping pan, in the bowels, arid a few applications will ease the s...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

• • 'tfoHER'H^lttfY.;... - ' ' bAb oowaTAirtriv 6rf, ' «ta*b ! ai Tiisr #m&8®t>JitQ% vim® w Ac<«uU^ 5.-t •,iu ^^ 1 t|'qKWr»iV'JJ ) flWil,v»TQ' Ad iw>l%ftcr, M >, ;K ffl»*rawp32" . AjcoboL ,„ • „„, •;, :.rijfommm f P l P'+ Alum,,..,,,. ,<..., . ,.:o - ..aWSh «'¦••!"•¦' !¦"¦'¦ '£!••'' Aloes, Hii w. .is " a . , g«£Wfi «™rXW»l y. , -Allspice; -_ -; "°P?L ~ c " "' ' ¦ AmmoniB- .^ liOfl c ' BolsBrajif, Arnloa,.., ^ . „-,,.„ ,, . Jnk« of allkmds, ,. . t . b ,, move ink)S[.{ruiuiains, Lookwf rylas» ,, ,. .* • ., . fromjLifl wi;, ; , ..-, Leathe. rVarniBh ^ , i Biackingfor glove., .. . L . ime-Rhpde lalan^fa ., , ' ••" . J^-bp bt^ishoes .white washing, . . ..„ p BayWaler . ' t , Madder, ,.. ..,< •- ¦¦ Borax, ' .- -.., Nutmeg, . . , i ¦ . Brrm*me , . , / . n %£* *»W**>' ._. Brushes of.alUjnds, .. Ointments, - " Bug Poison, 2*..' (- . I'^JjiOpodlMoxH • Cimplior,;-, • ; • „• -,- P»inU ( of all kinds, < Gseiile ' Shap,' ' " ...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

STILL IN THE FIELD! r PHE subscriber having recently received ¦*- his stock of goods for the season, offord a choice selection of JURY GOODS, consisting in part of Broad Clolhs, Prints, Ginghams, Detains, Shamtrnyii, Bareges, Lawns, Par.imctles, Alapacas,. VclvcU", Brown and Biehehcd Slit'eliiigs and Sliirlings, Ticking*, Drillings, Waddings, Baitings, Wiuking?, Vesting*, Cravats, Stocks, Collurs, Handkerchiefs, Cambricka, Laces, Trimmings, Grain Bags, Carpet Bag?, Cotton Yarn , Twine, Carpet Wnrp, Umbrellas and Parasols, wilh a good lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Con. stating of Men and Boys' Linen and Gingham, Tweed and Jean Coals, Denine Overalls and Shirts , Vests, &.c. ' , Groceries. Hyson, Hyson Skin and Young Hyson Tcasj a largo lot of Sugars, different grades and prices, Mo. Ussc?, Syrup* Tobacco, Pepper, Rpicc, Coffee, Cocoa, Ginger, Soda, Cream Tarter, Saleralus, Candies, Lcjnpns, Oranges, Drvgi.and Dye Stuffs,.Paints and Oils, Window Glass and. Sash. ' HARD W A...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

FAKJIEK'S UNION INSURANCE . > COMP^NV. ATHENS, URADFOBD C0. t PA. . C APIT<VL—*J?Op^pp tr»- Jfls. Bres Fnrmers only^on Ihe Sloctand Mutual plan. J. E,Can. field Seo'y., tfon. Horace WaiisloD . Prea't. Rcmem ber that an experienced Travelling Agent, representing a sound and reliable Company neat borne, is preferable to a foreign Co, as there can be.no deception. Address, J. E. Webster, 'Agent, Covinglnn, Pa. w. w. wjebb, rar.D., (Lale a Graduate of Caslhlon Medical College, Vt. HAS associated himself with Dr. N. Eacher, in the practice of Medicine and Surgery. They will promptly attend all calls in their profess ion. Offine on Muin-st., opposite tbo Presbyterian Church, VVcllshorouch, Pa. jy 27. S. F. WILSON, ID* Removed to-James Lowrey's Office. JTAS. LOW RE Y & 8. F. WILSON, A TTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT -f*- LAW, will attend tho Courts of Tioga, Pollpi city McKean counties. ' VVellaborougli, Feb. 1,1853. FOLEY & KAILEY, DEALERS in Watches, C...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

COKy.JSKS'- Emporium of Fashion, CHEAP .CLOTHING, &c. M, 'M.,CQNVEIi3 has just received from .• Hfsw York, the largest and «ost carefully selected assortment of CLOTHS, VESTING, CASSIMERS SATINETTS, TRIMMINGS, &c, ever brought into this country, whiph he wjU sell for seativtay cheaper than anyofW establishment His stock comprises a general - assortment o every variety of Clothing, from a low price up. SUMRtER. CO A IS—for Men and Boys—a large assortment. DRESS, FROCK AND SACKCOATS—orevc ry description, size and color. PANTS—every style and quality. VESTS—of £very style, color and description. SHIRTS , Undor-Shirts, Drawers, Collars, Over. Alls Over-Shirts; Suspenders, Gloves, Umbrellas, Neck and Pocket Handkerchiofs, together with •-lolsof - "~ ' SELF-ADJUSTING STOCKS, &c, &c. HATS AMD CAPS, ; of every, descrip tion—the largest assortment. , in town. : Boots, Shoes, and trailers, for Men, Boys, and Women, a large variety. Trunks, Valises, Carpet...

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