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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

ifoiiiiiiTMiP pttgieWiii TOcIiwaitr-Jiidge X-^Q if rjA^ * n«iv -; X->^ . Eb' firoif of * Hfe Aoi(TAfoE-=-I?ear»tr .— I think the late conduct of Hon. J. C. Knox is deferring of public notice, '.and permit one, who was formerly an admirer and supporter of him, to record his solemn (protest against his backslidings. / It is the doctrine of physicians that if (heir patient is not improving be is getting worse, and it is my opinion that the same doctrine holds true in politics and morals. I have known Mr. Knox intimately ever since we attended the district school together, and have known his honest arid earnest struggles to obtain a living and distinction. When in the Legislature he was believed to be the most radical man there; and his independence of opinion, and' fearlessness in expressing it, distinguished him from the most of his fellow members. His bold attack, made in a speech, upon the inefficiency and fogyism of the Supreme Bench of the Slate, was well deserved, ...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

' From the New York Tribune. Three Dayt Later from Europe. BalOe near SiluJHa—2,500 AtMian* Kill&-rthe ¦ r nmSt}iaUiinAHa-lSt(it6S, (m KilUd. } , FBOK THE BALTIC. - Sir Gharles Napier- ' * ' fleet was laying io Jine-ofcbatile before Crbnstadt, but up to June 29, no attack had been made! The English frigate Desperate fired some shots, .which the batieries returned. ¦ Bomereund wbs a second time bombarded on the 26th and 27th June, and (be fonifica. tions were destroyed. \ THE BUCK 8BA. On the 24(h June, eight Russian steamers came out of Sovastapol^md attacked three of the nllied ships at the batteries. ' The allied ships engaged were the Furious, Terrible and Descartes. -The affair seems to have been a running fight. The Furious was considerably damaged. The main body of (he slljed fleet was at Baldjik. Some English boats taking soundings nt (he moufh of the Dnieper, had exchanged fires with some Cossacks. THE DANUBE. On (he 2ts( and 23d ult. nn important battle was fo...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Hews from Washington. Sptcial Ditpatch to the 'N. Y. Tribune. Washington, July 10., 1854. 1 have positive and undeniable information, from the highest sources at Honolulu, to the effect thai aTreaty is about concluded between Mr. Gregg, the United States Commissioner, and the Government of the Islands, for their annexation to the United States forthwith. The only unsettled quesiion in relation to the annexation is, whether the Islands shall come in as a Territory or a Stnte. Mr. Gregg insists on the former. The Adniinisi ration here at Washington is perfectly advised as to thsposition of the negotiations. This is kept a profound secret at Honolulu to all out of the court circle. The King and Privy Council have the constitutional power to make the treaty, and in fear of filibustering or something else in the way of foreign invasion, they are exercising it. The native population is undoubtedly opposed to annexalion, while, tho majority of ihe foreign residents desire it. The Post Of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

FOR THE 4C11TAT0R. ;, What Next? Mb. Editob:—The people have had large and spirited meetings upon the subject of the extension of Slavey and therein they ro> solved that it was ihe duty of all to unite ir our political action as the only way to pre. serve our free institutions—the pride of every true American. Now, in accordance with such resolves, let a County Convention be called of those who are in favor of restoring the celebrated Missouri restriction—and make that Ihe onl y test, I propose thai the Democratic County Cornmittee recommend such a Convention, nnd set the time, and let the Whi g Committee concur in the recommendation. The Convention to nominate candidates fur County officers, and the Legislature. If such is not the meaning nnd intent of the resolutions, they mean noihing. And if we follow the glorious example of a number of our sister Slates, -we will call a Stale Convention to put forward men on whom we can all unite. There is . time enough; nnd if those...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

from the Coudersjwrf Journal. vnbllc Meeting-Speech pi Hon. po .David Wiimot. The People of Coudersport ' snd yic.mty have again been .^nterwiaed- by a visit from Hod. David Wjlmot, of Bradford coun.y. HearHvedinoip laceon Fndayevemng, July 7tb. At the earoest sohciiauon . of several of the friend* . of Freedom, and earnest opposers or the Kansas-Nebraska outrage, be generously consented to del.ver an address on fhe subject of the repeat of the M^oun CompromJ, on Monday evemng, Ju y 10th. Handbills were accordingly circulated on Saturday announcing thai he would address the peop le at the Court House at that time. Ai the lime appointed the Court House was well filled, considering the shortness of the notice, with an earnest and attentive audience. The meeiinj; was duly organized by dhng G. B. OVERTON, Esq., ' to the chair. Neison Clahk and L. F. Mavnabd were chosen Vice President?, and F. L. Jones and H. J. Olmsted, Secretaries. The President then introduced the Speaker of the e...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Connect lent. s The Legislature of this State adjourned on Saturday, after a\ session of two months. The Prohibitory Liquor Law Bill, is one of the fruits of (he session. The intrigues of demagogues had prevented for several years the passage of this . net, when clearly demanded by the people. The Legislature chosen on that issue, met the subject like men, and enacied a law which.Gov. Duttohsays is Ihe nearest perfect of any law yei passed, nnd will be vigorously enforced. An act was also passed " for the defence of Liberty," which we hope lo see copied by this, and other Northern Slnies. It provides that any person falsely claiming a slave shall be Ruble to $5000 fine and five yenrs imprisonment. This will render slave-catchers afraid-or pursuing their unholy wsrk in Ihe linjits of that State. Resolutions were passed by a decided majority denouncing the Nebraska bill and severely censuring ihe course of,'Senator Toucey in its favor. The Senators and Representatives of the Slate...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

ftE w&'¦mj&vuriwp t aw Act the pUR^ttANI^oin passed General ¦* • AMemiAtMTmnXfiir .fmion ending April, 1854, FOL|f ^RI CHARDS we bound to keep constantlybd'hiu)d,iD connection with their. Wktcbeg and Jewelry, the following' Boobs ' to stllat city pricegfvfi: 8hrtespe»re, •- The Fathers of theDeeort, Byrob; Letters to Young Men, Milton &YooDf, Hollo Boo*s, Pope, : Mechanics, Scott's works, Home for all, or Fowler's Goldsmith's works, mode of bnildinr, Dick's • do. The Old Brewery, Cooper's do. Uncle Tom, Irving '* do. Little Ferns for Fanny's Grinnell's Expedition in Little Friends, search' of Sir Jo h n Fanny Fern, FranKlin, • Hot Corn, Cowpert works, Life and Saying* bf Mrs. Lorenzo Dow's Complete Partington, . works. Wjde Wide Worfd, Comprehensive Commen- Beatrice, taries, Bleak House, - Chamber's Miscellany, Mothers' Recompense, Gibbpn's Rome, Lsrop Lighter. • Rollm's History, Odd-Fcllows' Text-Buok, History of New York, Do. do. Manual , Do. Kurope...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

KOBER'r KOF HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAiVO AT TFTE WELLSBOROUGH DRUG STORE THg FOLLOW!XQ ARTICLES : Aconite, |Ginger, Ground, Adhesive Plaster, |Glass of all Bizea, Tor win-Alcohol, ' | dows or picture frjmoB, AluiDi 'Glue, Aloes, 'Gums of every variety, Allspice. [Hops, Ammonia, |Hot Dropp, Annette, Hive Syrup, Antimony, Indigo, (best quality,) Arnica, Jinks of all kinds, Bleeching Powder to ro-ILampblack, move ink &, fruit KUins,,'Looking Glass, from Linen, Leather Varnish, Blacking for stoves, Lime—Rhode Island, for , " " boots & shoes white washing, Bay Water, Madder, Borax, Nnlmeg, Brimstone, Oils, (a large ' var •. v,) Brashes of all kinds, Ointments, Bug Poison, Oppdildoc, Camphor, Paints of all kinds, Castile Soap, Picra, Cayenne Pepper, Pepper, Cement for earlhen ware, Prussian Blue, Cinnamon, PillB of various kinds, " Cloves, Quicksilver, -«* Cobalt, (Fly 1 Poison,) Quinine, . Composition Powder, Red Chalk, Cephalic Snuff for head- Red Precipitate, ache, cat...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Carpetiugs , &c. '"PHE subscribers have just replenished iheir -"- slock of Carpeting, and now feel justified in saying that their Carpet Ware Room excels in quantit/, quality, variety, richness and beauly, that of any other in this country » and as to prices we are confident they are as low as any establishment this side of New York city. OHL CLOTyS, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS, &c, all at the very lowest possible prices, at the new cash store of TNov. 3.1 JONES & ROE. Wine for Communion. THE Churches of Tiogn counly are respectfully informed that they can now obtain at the WcllBborontrh Drug Store, the Pure Juice of the Graft unadulterated with Alcohol in'any form. The mokt satisfactory evidence of its purity can be shown to tlio«e who wish to examine it. Certificates of distinguished Clergymen and the statement of the manufacturer himself. Those interestedwill do well to procure a supply soon. R. ROY. Wellsborough, Jan. 26,1854. ^ Pans! Pans! | "~ TIN IS...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

'p HE undersign- ' £j ^ the citizens of Wells. jXtjSL fW^S a. good and workmanlike manner, fdr ready pay, and at prices that connot fail to pleast. All work entrusted to him will be done up wilh despatch, and CUTTING done onfshort notice, i Country probucc (delivered) of all kindt, taken for' "°' k - ¦ H. P.lERWIN. Welljborough, April 22,1854. Stoneware. I TUGS, Cream Pols ^ Bulter P6lk covered Y Jars, Pitchers, Stove >be8,,Milk P mn, Churns, Spittoons, Flower Pots, 6sfc, nof nti h md and lor sale by June 10,'53. 1 ;M. M. CC NVERS. Haying Utensils. T rj.ENf LEMEN, please call at J. R. Bo«v-^*en's cheap Blore and look at his I rge aasort. ment of Haying Tools of alPlUind . Bwl ich he will sell cheo{^£4b«n can be bought clseVhe: e. Wellsboroagh, June 29,1-354. Calicoes! Calicoes! /")F perfectly fosl 1 colors, nnd lie largest " assortment that was ever offered ii this coun ry can now be seen at ' JONES & ROE'S. AJEW STYLE MANTILLAS-jusi re-- 1 -' ceived a splendid ...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

New €heap Iffillinei y Goods. A i r SKo "b J1y . ' llf«*»«l»eelli.' -iFfiLfc pasofWellsborooghjind vioin. ^ ' iiignimi ity, that shel 1b just receiving a fm^iR NEW % }?ASmONABLE ^M*£0r a ¦ supply of • ¦ ^*» r "" ¦ M|ILLINi;RY. <ooOJ)S, a ^V« *¦ consisting bf BONNETS of every vai ety^tADIES CAPS, CHILDRENS' HATS. JB)NHET MNING3, FLOWERS and RIBBONS^ every kind and quality, GLOVES, MITT8, EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS . UNDERSLEEV ES, Handlerchiefs . Silks, Plain and Barred M islins, Laces, Cotton and Linen Edging, and a vi riety of other things tpo\numerous to mention. ' All of which can be obtained cheaper ehan ehev here (iissidoof New York city. * The subscriber is now doing a Se ^d y.Vay ou»\. ness, and would invito her friends to call and examine her goods before making theii purchaser, as she is confident they cannot suit the nselveg better At any other establishment. Work done on Bhort notice and i i the most approved style. She extends her sincere thanks lo ler friends ...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

STILL IN THE FIELD! r PHE subscriber having recently received -*- his stock of goods for the Beason, offorB a choice selection of DBT GOODS, consisting in part of Broad Cloths, Prints, Ginghams, Delaine, Shambroyn, Bareges, Lawns, Para mettes, Alapacas, Velvets, Brown and Bleached Sheetings und Shirtings, Tickings, Drillings, Waddings, Battingo, Wickings, Veslings,Cravats,Stocks, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cambricks, Luces, JTrimmingp, Grain Bags, Carpet Bags, Cotton -Yarn, Twine, Carpet Wurp, Umbrellas and Parasoln, with a good lot ol READY MADE CLOTHING, consisling of Men and Boys' Linen and Gingham, Tweed and Jean Coats, Denine Overalls and Shirts, Vests, &c. Groceries. Hyson, Hyson Skin and Young Hyson Teas j " a large lot of Sugars, different grades and prices, Molasses, Syrup, Tobacco, Pepper, Spice, Coffee, Cocoa, Ginger, Soda, Cream Tarter, Saleratus, Candles, Lemons, Oranges, Drugs qnd Dye Slufs, Paints and Oils, ' Window Glass and Sash. HARDWARE. Axes, Shovels, Ho...

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

SASH & BLIND FACTORY. STONY FORK, TIQGA CO., PA.-^HE subscribers having purchased tho 8ash Factory at Stony Pork-, ha' e now on hand, and are making all kinds of square i(nd fancy Sash and Blinds. The subscribers flatters Ihemselveb that they can make as good and endurable on article, and-sell it as cheap as can be obtained at ant establishment in Northern Pennsylvania or in Soulljern New York. tT All orders in our line of bhsiness will be p ' romptly attended to. 8. & D. ft. W1LCOX. Stony Fork, June 8, 1854. TO THE PUBIilC. . T DEEM ii proper to sny tliatl the cause of J- of my being out of Plaster, for tb|e last few days, was owing lo circumstances beyond my control. The Canal between Cay uga Bridge a d the Junction Lock, was not in readiness at theil me advertised, in consequence of building a new Lock. But a FRESH SUPPLY has just been received, and will be ground to supply all that may c:J 1. Come one, coroo nil. AMK>S BIXBY. Mansfield, May 23,1654. t ...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

SASH & IllLUrVD FACTORY COVINGTOJf TIOGA CO., PA. T H 2L"£ (»jiw ^ii| prepared by new »¦»»¦ ^RIHBbH ^ axsmm Machinery, just —H- WSAWHUsm aafra purchased, to fur- "• ™ HHbHSH ""T* nish to order, all - ± JHH|^ -£ kinds of square "=• T BHBSSfiSa i ""r *" Square Sash of ^vZ BBiMgBj i 3^ common sizes =» m H&BBBBbS I . c o c e t a ntly on ¦»» •¦ HWHBMsH — — hand. — « = BSHBIHs! iT ~" By long expe. - - nBM^ — ^ nenca in fnnhnfli. ^^^ HBlMHBViBBBBl ¦ ness, the subscri. | | ^^^ ber flatters !¦¦¦"-" '¦ ( ¦ -¦ .iiliumnJ self that he oan make as good an article, and Bell it as cheap as can be obtained at any estabishment in Pennsylvania or New York. Call and see. DAVID S. IRELAtf. Covinglop, March 2,1854. !T7*THe subscriber is also Agent for Ihe sale of Dr. D. Jaynes celebrated Family Medicines, also Scarpa's Oil for Deafness. D. S. I.

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

FOR TIOGA COUNTY. T HE subscriber,-encouraged by'the liberal patronage he has received for) the last three years, has enlarged his stock, and notv offers a good variety of the most durable and elegilnt Household Furniture at the lowest prices. He has upwards ol twenty different Linds of Chairs from the Common Windsor Cottage, I o the best Mahogany Bpring seat,and mahogany rakers; twelve difforent styles of Bedsteads; three ityles of Sofas and Tables, including Mokogany and Marble top Centre Tables, Bureaus, Work Stands and Wash Stands in great variety, i His slock is so large, and price so lofr" , tfiat it is an object, for those wi8hing FURNImJRE in this county, to visit his rooms. I He is also the agent of Messrs. BfcisS &. AMES, of Addison, for [lie sale of (heir very Superior. WINDOW SASH, BLINDS ANp DOORS, which he sells at the same prices, asllhey ate pui chnscd at his Factory. E. D. WELLS. Lawrenccville, Sept. 7,1853. I , ~ tailoriivgJ

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

ARBIffoLS CtXAvra Hocsi^WsLisBdkbu^B, Pcmr*. "J r ' - ' P, Pi*Ciiiiri«,"Propr«ftor. Jaly, 19-20, H. R.ftab . 'I'iog*; MtsaJUD. Derow, Covington ;_Mlsa E. J. Dyer, CagAndaijtiii E. Dyer.ir Lymd; G.R, Holden.Miinflfelil; N.P. Webster, At. Mills: J. Dabs, do. V W.8. ' Smith, do. A. E. Blake, do:; T. S. Prilchard, do.: J. Busb, do.; H, Stvern, Mansfield; H. E. Millins . Elmira; A. 6. Eiliott;Cherry'Fl»js; J. King,Home. 31—22—S3. J. T. Cooft, Lawrencevillo; A. Been, Corning; G. W. Buakirk, Cedar Run; L. A. Johe* 3d, Addison; 6. C. Blake, ElUand; John Sherwood, Mansfield; A. W. Rodgersj Knozville; E. L. Blake, do.; 0.8. Amen, Wer tfield, 24—25. M. H. M'Clesro, Cameron; C. tT. Treis Bingham; T. I. Leet, do.: E. W. Row, Whiskey Ron; J. Francis, Delmar; D. A. Stowell, do.; W. S. Smith, M, Mills; Jar. Martin, da; T. 8. Pritchard, do.; H, Pritchard, do.; W. B, Potter,Crooked Creek ; H. Magill, Philadelphia; H. W. McDougal, Ceorjfia; W. H. Gros«, West Branch; Rev. Mr. Kent, Tyrone; J. S...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Important. TyHEREAS, on ihe night of the 24lhof * ' March last, James I. Jackson, and others by the use of false keys or otherwise, forced their way into the dwelling house of the subscriber, while tbo family were absent and removed his goods out of Iho house in order to get possession—and' further, the said James I. Jackson took possession of the Books belonging to the subscriber, and refuses to deliver them over to him, far all of which, (lie said James I. Jackson and others have given bail for their appearance to the next court of Quarter Sessions. This 13 therefore to forbid all persons paying any accounts to James I. Jackson made at Ihe woolen Factory and Saw Mill from that time until the 1st day of March, A. D. 1852, as I have a lease of the Woolen Factory and Saw Mill from that timo until tho 1st diry of March, A. T>. 1693, binding me TO collect all debts for work done. LEWIS C. PENDLETON. Dolmar, July 27, I854-tf.

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

School Directors. T)LEASE have your annual Reports in my -*- hands on or before the first day of August. Reports that are on hand by that date, will be forwarded at once. Promptness is earnestly desired. If any of the teachers in any of the districts have not their certificates from the Directors, the Snperintendenl desires to be informed of it as soon as possible, as such a school is illegal and not entitled to the pnblic money. All certificates over a year old are null and void. Such teachers as have been examined by me will receive their certificates as soon as blank forms are received from Harrisburg. The Superintendent would call the particular attention of the Directors lo the monthly report due from teachers as provided for in the 27th Section of the Common School law, and expresses the earnest hope that this report will be insisted on in all cases. J. F. CALKINS, Sup'f. Wellsboroneli, July 20, 1854-2w.

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

\ Notice. TW'OTICE is hereb y given that the acencv ¦ L ' 1 of Mr. John E. Webster for the State Mutual Insurance Company, of Harrisburg, is this day revoked; and those of this borough wishing to have their property insured in the above Company will please make application to B. B. Smith, Esq., mho is oar regularly appointed agent /or Wcllsborough and vicinity. Mr. Wm. WeatherbeehM been recently appointed a Travelling agent for said Company; and Farmers wishing to insure their property in the nine, either on the Stock or Mutual principle, can have an opportunity of doing so when called upon by him. J. FULTON, Grntral Agtnt. N. B. Farmers, and olhers, tire cautioned against letting themsclpe/, be defrauded by lying agents, representing companies with fictitious capital. Wellsborough, July 14, 1854. jy 27-tf.

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Important to the Public. AT J. R. BOWEN'S Empire Storeuhe time has finally come, when Gouds oJrrbe bought as cheap in Wellsborough, as at Elmira, Corning, or in any other town west of New York ; and the pnblic at large are invited to call and satisfy themselves that this is no Humbug. At J. R. Bowen's will always be found an exten-Bive assortment of well selected DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, BOOTS & SHOES, / and a large variety of Gentlemen's Clothing, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, COLLARS, SCARFS, &c. all of which will be disposed of at a reduced price. / J. R. BOWEN. Wellsborough, July 27,1854-lf. ¦

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