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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

O* We have been shown a machine for Washing manufactured and sold by Messrs. Sturrook, Landis * & Fonyth of this village, which for ' simplicriy of construction, economy of space and effective operation is not surpassed by any machine for like par. pose, yet invented. It consists of a water-tight box two feet long, about the same in height and a foot wide. In this box are put a quantity of wooden balls about two inches in diameter. A lever with a sash depending from the under side, having a contrivance for holding the elothes, works on a fulcrum at tbe backside of the box. Water enough to float the balls being poured In, a pair of sheets, for instance, are placed in thsjaws of tho sash, and are let down into the water. Tho lever, (which a child of ten years can easily work) is then worked , and the balls rolling over the clothes soon render them dean and white. Being twice passed through (his process, the olothes need no boiling. We are eonvinced that one of the** machin...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

Quick thasmon—Hbaltht Food.—Of all articles of food, boiled rice Is digested in the shortest'lima—- an hour, An it contains eig ht tenth's nutritious matter, it is a valuable substance for diet. Tripe and pigs, feet are digested almost as rapidly. Apples, if sweet and ripe, are next in order. Venison is digested almost as soon as apples. Roasted potatoes, are digested in half tha time requi. red when boiled, requiring &i hours—more than beef 6r mutton. Bread occupies 8J hours. Ste ' Wed oysters and bailed eggs in 3) hours;-Ijiouc man J£&tftg£jM when raw, turkey and goose awstoj^rtad io-34 hours, lj hour* sooner tharrehtekeos; row-/ed veal, pork, and salted beef occupies at least 5J hours ihe longest of all articles of food*—Scientific Amtrican.

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

Modification of tub Tariff.—The intelligence from Washington is, thql the private protest of jnany Democrats from the South , as well ns ihe Nojib,U)as made a halt in the meditated assault upon the Tariff imperatively necessary. There are even some of the Virginia delegation, it is said, who remonstrate with plaintive earnestness, against being delivered into the hands of tha Whigs and Know Nothings, as a sacrifice to the vagaries of a few theoretical free-traders. The latter gentlemen are also inexpressibly disgusted with ihe forty per cent, schedule, or sumptuary list, of the Secretary of the Treasury, and do not scruple to avow to all comers that Ihey regard it as a surrender, at discretion, lo

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

O" Hallo! there, Messrs. ol tho Wellsboro ' igi tator, wonld it be any more wrong for the Associate Judges; of your ,County to grant On petition for Tavorn Licences, than it is lor you to publish their petitions 7—Camdtmpmt Jetrnurl. Well,' yes, Messrs. oi the Jou«n*x, wo rather think it steoU be more Wrsag. We cftsider it a **& greater wrong to esownorty to (rant iiceasM to individuals, than to publish their petitions. Ths law commanding tbsir publication ta a good .one. We suppose it was intended to prevent the granting of license! without affording an opportunity for remonstrance •, if so, it ia very necessary to publish

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

HEW YORrTTIllBliNE. ¦4*K ' ^tMAmtfjQWU^ClT^^:. i* nhHE"WEEKLY TRIffllNjI comjr^ite^ ' A its XFVth oniipl voIumewW'jfro^J|p§ of, Soltcnibtrr-compences jt wilha ^j$^Uo?fM5,- '] 001) larger tliab waircver before faccf>ra ' ed''ta anji teferilnewspiner-WhAeVer. ' Tlirk circWafien : hai Wn^ridttilty nnd rabb>IorAVattaBea'S??oiiiicn tHllngiopoli THE TRIBUNE the- bos* fiffiJrts of 'nr tfa^eflilors aifd correspbndehufjUnd Vy t greater liberality ,pf outlay in each ' daparlrnenl Ibjan >os ' prbbab]y ever bcTtjrc risked ' on any journal; ~! Unas * been atialhedj' rfof by sailing H ' mqotMyin tne ' eutterit " bfOpmroa before the win*' arid Hsklng; " itf the ' smiles'of'majorities,'but by un earnest, fearle««'de. rbtionto TKVTH and PROGRESS n« »bovo : all partisan exi gencies, all temporary interests, a)l,ino. mentary iliirsionii of popularity and snecess.' ITS THOROUGH ADVOCACY OP,TEMFERXVeE AND *1Q{JOR BROrHBITION, OF'j CJaTICE TO TrJE OESPISED'AND DOWNTRODDEN; AND QF ....

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

SHEIMFF'S .JSAIiES.'. ' BY vjrtueof sundry writs of.Vend. ExprJ. and Levari Fucias, issued but oF. the •Court of Common Pleas of Tioga county, and to me directed,,will be exposed to public sale, pt the Court House in iWeltsboro', on MONDAY, the 5ih day bf February, 1855, at one o'clock, P. M.( lo wit: A. lot of land in Liberty foivnship,.,beginning at a post in the warrant line, being the northwest corner of land formerly owned by Jtsnc and William Harmon, thence east twcnly-one porches to a post, thence west 35 degrees north, 98 perches to a hemlock-slump in the warrant line, thence south IS perches and eight links to the place of beginning containing-one acre and 36 rods, with a framo house and born and tome fruit. tree* thereon. To bo sold. u the property of L. K.'Garfield, ALSO—A lot of land in Elkland Idwnship, bounded north by Charles and John W. liyon east by the Ford warrant, soulh by D. Teachnian etal, and west by Nathan Hill, containing about 133 •ores, more or less, w...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

NEW & CHEAP GOODS. ' ; " - " ..JO-W-JB-8. ' .&' < ROE , ' Have-just received theif full gtoclc of #' AXl Jk WISTEa GOQpi, . which includes a splendid assoTtrnenl of DRY-GOODS, CON SISTING in part of a VpleridrdV ^-^ sorlment of Rich French Mcrinoes of all colon at very low prices; also, Paramatas of all color*, All-Wool and Cheap DelainevBltok Silk* at much lower than former prices, Morrimae and Cocheep Prints, ljoag and Square- Woolen Sh»wl» nl reijr Tow prrebs, Brown Factory, Bleach Muslmp, Htd •nd- While Klannol, Cotton " Flannel, Stripe Shirting. Blue Deneins; Bod Ticking, Brodd Clollm, Culmercs, Salinetts, Kentucky Jeans, Sheep's Grey Clotli.Cotton Batting, C;ir|«t Warp, Cotton Yarn, and also many oilier articles in the above line that we have not time nor room lo enumerate In a tiirgla advertisement. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, Muscovado, Coffee Crushed, Powdered and Crashed Sugnrs, Stewart's Syrups and Molusxes, Old Java, Rio and (Jaguara Coffee, Youn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

*^-uv.^wr*Mi*»iA ¦ • • .- .^ SvOT**** 1 **^ — ¦ !*^ aSftf2JWn ;: :;*%%3&Wr '\ " toii^4&*^i\ii*^ •• - ¦ andie folbt. tf&t POOPS, \, ., , .. cbromoaiouir ^d ' re 7' fer ' roeriy BQGftS AM) • - ¦ GROCERIES, occupier} ^ Bacho & Rd )) STATlQNERt, -• " ¦ ¦ • *»££?$£££& * ilfl * 8^t wri«y of id • • WATCBES,. •fc. 3Q&tt-& 1 & S 9$ 8 '--*>A-4mi*to* gffodiV ive will CLOCKS AND KARDVUnE, lake nleasttrb in wnlujting JEWELBY, *; . QVEENSWAIiEy 1)Uf stfJcIf .tt.lhi»e who pur. : . FAWCY COODS, r^VOPDEN AND chi.se fo ' r,,ca«r,.,By offiiringYANKEE ' STONEWARE, goods of tjbo best dtiaiity ! 6nlj * NOTIONS, ..., FOREIGN 4... . _ . and .^ tjw lowesr prices, we PERFUMERY ^ DOMESTIC t-xnect to merH.aiid receive ^-' «^c-» 4* 0 - ' FRWTfir-''•*:- ¦ >¦ '' o'SKfflll ahareofputronage. ¦ — i - . FISH AND - All kinds of country%ro- REPAIRING lUuJ.mOVlSIONSi au^.frtkeftSin' excbo ' nue for ' DONE ON SHORT GLASS, SASH, goods thje «&a...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

jury JUist-t'cb. Term, 1953 GBAND JUfiORS, Victor Case, Selden Builer, Amos Cooledge, John Dewis juiius Tremain, 3d, T. YV. Slarks, luniel Kimball, Benjamin Barse, Robert Campbell, Philip, Dana, G. D. Main, ClarKSiillwell, John Laforce, James Cudworih, Cornelius Putnam, Levi H. Elliott, " I J. Ludinglon, "¦Thomas Tabef, John Seely, ' •Abram Carl, Henry Sheflar, Joseph Bly, Moses D. Field, Je«e Rose. TRAVERSE JOROfiS-rFIRST WEEK. Elias Tipple, Win. Larison, U r . 3. Millar, Charles ' Blanchard, Geo. R. Wheeling, D. A. Clark, Sidney Ransom, , George Seely, James Abbott, E. R. Murdock, William Newali, A. E, Niies, Thomas Barber, Henry Seely, David D. Kelsey, Henry Fish, Imvtd S. Irelan, Warren Lewis, Harris Soper. Phtletu9 Dorrett, hiier VVnsoner Rulus Treat, jos. M. Haghenback, Charles Cooledge, V . McDougall, Daniel Lamb, bamuel Dickenson, Thomas Gardenews, James Temple C. B. Hotton, r.. P. H. McAllister, W. E. Crane, i):.xon Soulherc Philander Niies, j nmes Argelsinsrer, Henry...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

Notice IS hereby given Hint un application has beenmadu lo the Court of Common Pfiuin ot Tioga county, by J. S. Hoard, II. G. Martin and C. V. Ellioll, and ulhi'rs, to grant a charier ol incorporation for literary purpoMCS, to themselves, their associates and fuccrsHnrs, under Iho name nnri ' tfylo of llwAIANS* FIKLD CLASSICAL SEMINARY," and il'jio sufficient reason be shown to tho contrary, lite Court will decree that thry become nnd bo a body incorporate. J. F. DONALDSON, Profy. ' December 25,1854-Dcc. 28, 4t. • •¦ Dissolution. ' ,; HPHK Oi.rtnriiioMvip ' heretofore exinttnrf JL between the subscribers in the Dry Goods 6'ui-frtc&H is this day dissolved by mutual coUf>e. nt. All dgirmuda due siiid . finu oreto.l>C paid lo Goo. F.JJakcr, and ull demands duo from said firm nre iil.'o 1b be paid by Geo. F. Baker. ' '8. L. BARBER. ' - Covinxton, Dec. 23,1831. G. F. BAKER: : January jl, 1855-3f. ; " M " ]%ew Hearse. I^FIE Subscriber Hikes ilns method to inform ...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

SEVASTOPOL TAKEN AT LAST! TilL subscriber having recently received x his Block of goods for the season, offers a cnoicc selection o *" DRY GOODS, Oonsislinp in part or Broad Cloths, Prinls, ii-.ngliams, Delaines, Shambrays, Pnramcltes, \unaca». Velvets, Brown nnd Bleached Sheet. in?, and Shirtings, Ticking, Drillings, Wadoiiiif.. Ballings, Wickings, Veslings, Cravats, Stocks, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cambrlcks, Laces, Trimnnnjs. Grain Bag», Carpet Bags, Cotton Yarni .iint. Carpel Wnrp, Umbrellas and Parabola, with umi lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING, coniisimr o J Men and Boys' Coats, Deninc Overalls me SJiirls. Vests, &.CGroceries. liv«or., Hvson Skin and Younp Hyson Teas; a urirt lot of Sugxrn, different grades and prices, Mom» bvrup, Tobacco, Pepper, Spice, Coffee, Cocm. Oinger, Soda, Cream Tarter, Salcralus, Candies, urtigs and Dtie Stuffs, Paints and Oils, Window Glass and Sash. HARDWARE. aim. Shovels, Hoes, x Cut Saws, Spades, Crowmr*. Wrought and Cut Naili, Hinges, Chai...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

License Petition. To the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace of Tioga county. Pa. The petition of George T. Miller respectfully showc.lh: That your petitioner occupies the commodious house situate in the Borough of Elkland, and known as the Davcnporl stand, which is well calculated for a public house of entertainment, and In3 been occupied as such for a number of yoarv, and from its neighborhood and situation is suitable as well an necessary for the accommodation of ihe public and the entertainment of strangers and travelers; that he is well provided with stabling for horses and all conveniences necessity for the entertainmont of strangers and travelers. He therefore respectfully prays the Court to grant him a License lo keep an Inn or public house of entertainment at tiic place herein named, and your petitioner will ever pray,&c. GEO. T. MILLER. Elkhnd Borough, Dec: 26,1854. We, the undersigned, citizens of the Borough of Elkland aforesaid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

^ Iaceiise jpetiiioii/. ; 'Thlhe Honorable the * Jiylgttoj the Coitt ofQtiafttr Sessiutft nf fliPpcaee $ Tioga cotinlpV ¦ ' ' ; The p&tltrofrVPhiheas^P. Clcave> resrSeclfillly fehowcla : that your petitior/er-trccnpies a corhmuili ous hoosc, silualo intlie Boronrjh ofi WollsborDnjIi , formerly known os' tbo.Graves' Hotel, which i*« t)| ealoutatod for a.p<iblic house of entfrlainihent, : ond ibr its neighborhood and sltuolion is suitable as v«ll as necessary for- the a ' rjcoinm ' odatiorr of lllry' publio and the 1 entertainment of slraitfert and travelers j that he i, 8,wcll,Tprqvidcdwillr«l(ibl;ng for horses and all conveniences ncce&aary (or thucjUerUinment. of Btr ' allpefs and travelers. He therefore rciipecifully prays the Court to grant him a Lifcc ' nsc ' lo Rcd pin u Inn or public house of . entertainment at the pisco hereiu narned . nnd yuurpcliliortcrwillcverpVay;&c. .Dec. 30,' 1854. P. J 1 . CLEAVER. We, the undersigned, citizens...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

License Petition. To the Honorable the Judges of the Court o) Quarter Sessions of the Peace of Tioga county, I 'a. The petition of James Kimball respectfully showelh: That your petitioner occupies a commodious house, situate in tho Borough of Wclltsborough, said county, which is well calculated for a public house of entertainment, and from its neighborhood and situation is suitable as well as necessary lor the accommodation of the public, aud entertainment of strangers and travelers; that he is well provided with stabling Cor horses, and all conveniences neces sary for the entertainment of strangers und travelers. He further respectfully prays the Court to grant him a License to keep an Inn or public house of entertainment at the place hercinnamed, and your ' pclilioner will ever pray, Sic. Dec. 25,1851, JAMES KIMBALL. The undersigned, citizens of the Borough of WtilUbornugh afurcaaid, being personally acquainted with James Kimball, the above named petitioner, and also having a ...

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

FAiViVIf tU WILLS. ATTENTION, FARMERS' THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform the Farmers of Tioga County, that they aro " now Manufacturing FINCH'S IMPROVED . PREMIUM FANNING MILLS, three miles south of WelUborough, on Ihe Jersey Shore road ; and feel warranted in saying that s'lid Mill is tho best ever introduced into Tioga County both as respects cleaning luhtand well,and thu saving of Grass Seed. Farmers aro respectfully invited to call and ciani inc fnr themselves before purchasing elsewhere. O" All hinds of Produce taken in .payment.' Old Mills rcpaircdon short nuticc. | ANGUS GRIFFIN & SONS. Di.Imar .Oct. 12.1854-tf. NEW GROCERY, PROVISION STOKE, AND OYSTER SALOON. 1r T I1OYT would .ransl respectfully irW" orn.i *" ' the citizens of Wcllshoro' and vicinity, Ui&t ha hajt just opened a Grocery and Oyster Saloon onA door below Cleaver's Hotel, where he will * bo hippy to furnish families wilh all kinds of Groceries u " cheap »« the cltoapcal. Sugars, trom the fi...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

License Petition. To the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace of Tioga county, i ' e. The petition of Wm. F. Robinson respectfull y showed! that your petitioner occupies a vommodioti.H house, situate in the Borough of WelUborough, which is well calculated for a public home ofcnltrtainmenl, and from its neighborhood and situation is suitable as well aa .necessary fnr Iho uccommodaton of the public and entertainment of strangers and traveler*. That he is well provided with Btsbling for hortcs nnd all conveniences necessary for the entertainment of strangers and travelers. He therefore respectfully prays tho Coorl to grant him a Li-»•...... t*u...... >>.. >....1.11.. nn» an VV bIbI— . IXHH (U I,CC|I Ull 1,111 Ul UUUIIU IIUUSO Ul dltClldlll. menttt the place herein named, and your petitioner will over pray, Ac. WM. F. ROBINSON. Dote. 25,1851. Tnc undersigned,-citizens of the Borough of WelUborough aforesaid, being personally acquain...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

GREAT RUSH FOR RUSSIA-IRON 1). P. & AV. ROBERTS XTAV1NG purchnsed nnd VML -*-- 1 -Icnlnrged Ihe Tin and Stove • " (H/J Store of C. E. Gray, would call iho - ^WH atlcnlion of the trading public lo tf!2££5^B of Sloven, comprising a variety °^ W^S/E[^r KIIVftJOF STOVES, VZ-Z!-?'' ' MORNING STAR, HANGUP, NATIONAL AIR-TIGHT, KITCHEN RANGE and tlire\» kinds of PREMIUMS. Also, a complete assortment of PARLOR & COX STOVES, albj below. Elmira prices. ,.,.. _- ,. , • Tinware brail kinds, shapes, and sjzes wanted for hoowhoid Uic. Eavc Gutter* inudo to ' order at the i1iptU»t no tice. " •"'• ' -- •• '-? i ,; JQBBJNG dope to order and.in the best minnen All Tia-wftrff carefully proved- before Jewing the »hop. , . ¦¦ • • ¦ They rorpeetfolly solicit the patronage of »ll who with to purchase anything in their line, assuring them that morfey cun be >uvcd by exmuiding Unit slooU before purchn^ins cUcwhcn;. --WulUborough, No ' s. 3,1954.

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

Dissolution. NOTICE istierfcby (tiVen thnt the po-pnrtnership heretofore existing between C. V. Elliott and H. G. Martin, Under llionhmoof ELUQTT & MARTIN, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due said firm will be paid lo II. G. Alarlin, by whom all demands against said firm will be paid. ' C. V. ELLIOTT, Mansfield, Dec 20, 1854. II. G. MARTIN: The. undersigned would respectfully inform Ike citizen^ of Mansfield and surrounding country, that he has on hand a full assorlmoni of ¦ ¦" DItOOS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILSs UY.E.STUFFS, PA TKNT-MED1- - . J CINES, BOOKS,STATIONERY, YANKEE Noliun& 'arTd*anteudU:gs variety of u Uaps und fixina 1 ' too numerous to mention, which will be sold cheap for Cash or Produce. Cheap, because I hnve adoptcd Ihu Ready-pay sytcm; consequently I shall not bo under the UQCussily of rankiug the responsible customer puy (in uxtru profit) for bad debts s.nd worthless accuunls. Come friend*, and see the assortment, and prico our ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

Orphans ' Court Sale. T)Y VIRTUE of an order of iheOrphans' • i -' Conrt of Iho County of Tiomi, will bo sold tl Public rale at ihe house ot Allen King in the tuwn-»'up or Weslfield in said connty, on SATURDAY, Hie 3d day of February 1855. at 8 o'clock P. M., l"e following real estate—properly of the late ALVAH COMMINGS, dee'd, to wit: A lot of land lying in iho lowpship of WeslBeld, Hounded north by John M. Warren and land in pos. reision of Coraelim Griffin, east by land in possess. ion of John Barr, south byi land in poweMisn of •lolm Bcaty, west by land m posscuion of John M. Harper—containing 75 acren snd S.JOths of an acre, wilh the ntoal allowanccof six per cent (or roads, &c, be the same more or len. It being lot No. 63 of tie allotment of the Bingbun landi in WeatBeld Tiojn county Pennsylvania, and part of warrants Not. 1335 & 1326—a log house and frame barn on lie ume, and about 40 acres improved. Tcrmi mice known on day of sale. D. ANGELL, Jan. 11.1855-3...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 18 January 1855

WELLSBORO' FOUNDRY AXD MACHINE SHOP. THE SUBSCRIBERS having purchnsed A the WELLSBORO' FOUNDRY, would re'Kctfullv announce to the inhabitants of tho county Uia: tliev are prepared lodo almost all kinds of work in Ineir line wauled in tliu count} 1 . 'I i- owners of Mills, and others, we would say inn we can do your work in a good and serviceable manner, such as CRANKS, PISTON-RODS, BALANCE. WHEELS, PULLEYS, GUDGEONS, SHAFTS, &C, &.C. PLOUGHS. We have on hand a large variety of Ploughs—all mown to be good. We shall add others to the l ; st m Ihe Spring, of which due notice will be given the community, ' EF Old Callings taken in payment for Castings w work, at market prices. WelUboro 1 Jan. 11.1855. WANDS & WOOD.

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