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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Homestead Bill. The following nre the Homestead prousions in Mr. Hunter 's bill : Sec. 8.—Thai any free while person wno is al ihe head of n family who has arnvra at the age ol " twentv-one years and is capable 01 ' holding lands under tho laws of t/ic Slate inNhich the tiujds lie, shall, from nun after the passage of^his act, be entitled 10 enter a quarter section of vacant am^ unappropriated public lands nnd no more, which may at Ihe time ihe application is made be subject lo private enlryf or a quantity equal iherelo, to be located in a toody, in conforming wilh ihe legal subdivisions of the public fands. >iic. !t.—That (he person applying vt the benefit of 'he fight seclion of this ac ' , shall upnn application lo tl\e Register of the .unnd Office in which he or she. is about :o make such emrv, rtinke affidavit beTore saiu Kruisier llinl he or she is the hend oi ' a fumiiv or is Miruty-one years of age, and that sucli application is made for his or her exclusive use u...
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
About Ourselves We ore about to do something that iii very commonly done by now papers, but which we have never done before, viz: publish a few, out of many friendly notices from our brethren of tho press. We see nothing wrong in doing so, and it may relish with the public jib well, (we t hojic, bellcri).as o(ir »cighbor 's self-glorification, last week. We do this that we may thauk our brcthrci) oil together for thoir kindness. ' " VVe hail llic appearance of the A gitator with unusual pleasure. * • * ' Tlie new paper, fotlunatcly for the cause of progress in Tioga County, has secured Iho services of W. D. Bailey, of the ,4dt)er|i«cr, as publisher, iind will therefore have nil the strength of the old pqper, with tho addition of all'that ' s. ' 'determined, faithful, accomplished and hopeful yoiihg man, who wields a graceful |ien, can give it. » • Wo hope every friend of Temperance, and every hater of oppression in our sister county, wijl,gi-vot(ie .dgi<afor a gonprous ...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Who Killed Him.—On IdSfeveningsomF! cold blooded hqnor seller for three cents, sold poor Jdltn Doiiohey, a railroad hand, whiskey. D-Jnohey walked nut upon Ihe Smulusky Itailrond to the bridge, one and a half miles from town, and ns he was staggering along thu truck, iho evening irnin swept around ihn curve. The engineer saw lh<: man' and immediately whistled down the brakes, nnd wilh soul filled wilh horror, s»nve him every warning. Donohoy saw the triin coming. He stepped from tho Irack. An oppressive load went off the engineer's hear! ; hutalqs! the poor drunken wretch losl his bnJnnce, fell back, nnd me cow-catcher striking his hend, split it lopen completely,' and knocked the unfortunate! man into the creek. The hrakeman immediately sprang from the Irnift and brought him ashore, but John was dead! Who is tho murderer? "We ask ihe liquor seller who sold him the liquor—answer (o your conscience as you will answer in the day of wrnih—nro you not his murderer And'ihen pu...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
A Rainy Dai.—Rainy* days have been anathematized and read out of the calendar of things lo be wished lor, to be endured with patience when seitf, or to be " found missing" when one is ready to set off on a pleasure jaunt For us, a real good oldfashioned rainy day—one in which the rain comes down steadil y, strait down—when all Nature is gloo my and tearful, and the cattle, and the fowls in the fields and yards walk abottt~flroopiiigly, or congregale beneath Iho trees and sheds—w^cn (as we remember) the farmer sits down by the kitchen fire with the last paper in his hands, and Ihe boys and ijitls are " cutting up didoes " in the " t'other room," that is the kind of a rainy day that is pleasant and lovcablc. To-day (Saturday) is just Buch a day, reminding one of a hasty breakfast boiled in hopes of better fare, a walk through wet grass and tangled underwood, a confused heap of hooks, lines, baskets, bait boxes, glorious nibbles, "chubs where ihe trout ought lo be," terrible nppcli...
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
We are tnlormed by a gentleman, who was in Warren Township on Thusday las>t, :hnt one of ihe greatest storms passed " over ino Lillle Cove on Monday previous, which nas occurred there during ihe last fiAy years. Our informant says lhal the corn crop was greatly injured' by the hail, many of the fields having been beme ' n 10 ihe enrlh and entirely stripped of blades. The roads in every direction are obstructed by lullcn trees, and manv houses an<l oilier buildings were partially unroofed, lu ono instance four men hndjal^n refuge in a blacksmith's shop, while some mx or eijjht horses were hitched outside. A'fUli of wind earned Ihe hat of one of the parly oul of thct building, when ihe owner went in pursuit of;it. This circumstance called " the whole parly oulsidc, and scarcely Had they left the gilding, when an enormous iraosonm three feet in diamoler fell directly across 11 burying ihe entire fnbric in ruins. If the party had .been in the shop at ihe lime, iho whol...
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
wri^ iiliitilii & AliSljrfiSftMii^iPicKiK" " JAMES POLLOOk, of NorthTUnberland. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, GEORGE; DARSEE, of Allegheny. FOR SUPREME COURT, DANIEL Iff. SMYSER, of Hofltgomety, Nbw Advbbiisbjiests.—On first page, Dr. W. W Welib's card maybe found,and on third—Mr.J. E. Webster's card as Insurance agent, B. B. Smith, E«i do., J. R. Bowcn'H new advertisement, C E. Gray's "Cheap for cash," &c, Arnold's Bakery nnd Vari. ety Store, Corning, N. Y., and farther on, V. Case's nnlirfi to Fnrmnrs and others. Let them be read.
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Child Killed by a Panther.—We.havc been informed that a litlle daughter of Mr. Barker, in the lower end of this county, was killed by n panther a few days ogo, The report we hnvo is.ihts : Afra. Barker sent her little daughter to h spring near Clinch ftjoubtain for some water. The child slaying longer than usual, the mother vvcnl to see what bad become of it. Near ,the spring she discovered traces of blood—:ip a short distance farther a portion of the bodyi of her child. .Mr. Barker was,not at home, but the agonized mother succeeded in raising a small company, who went in,search of thoanimal lhat ha.d torn from her a beloved little one. A few steps from the place' where Ihe remains of (he child were found, a' !a/ge jianther was discovered in a tree. The ynerring. rifle of one of ihe company, so soon a&-tho monster was observed, bnrajgTu h\mlb the ground.— Abingdon Vir&iman, July%2.
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
The Cat Spkcies.—><fMy son, how many species of eals nre o lhei;of" "I ibought, Giissy, they were only two—the domestic and the wild c .al.' 1 " 1 tell you there is five ' . Don't yer su.pposo 1 knows , old lady ?" "I daresay ; but be a little more respectful, onJ name them. " " Well, there's wild cats and tome cats." "But (hat ' makes only two." " Jest you wait, old lady, till I get through, won't ycr ? Ajn!l thore cat-fish and cat-a-lioe and cat-n-wampus?" "And you may add anothar species to your list," said ihji mother of ihis hopeful, " when your futhcr returns took oul for a eat-o-ninc-lails. "
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Tub Wayne County (Newark) Democrat wants to know the whereabouts of one VVil. liam L. Brown, a teacher of Penmanship ? Ho hns forgotten to pny for something over I wo reams of Letter Circulars which he ordored printed at that oflioe. Pass the gnnlln. man on till the Dcmocia: u, dulv informed .^m a^
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Ex-Senator Hanncgon, ; T4iis wretched Rnd unforlunale man has been r e-.ntroduced inio public life by the Democracj. He is speak.n? and writing io luvor of the Nebraska bill and against the Clergymen who signed the remembrance Io iho Senate. Advocate worthy of ihc cause Ciified »'iih b cerlain rude eloquence, lull ol racv anecdotes gleaned (rom newspapers, uns crupulous and passably successful us a gtunin orator, Hannegan was sent to the Sennu tjv the Indiana Democrats. There, he beenmt noted for vulgarity and venality. [)n mt 'lcxa? Bill, he sold his vole-for the anni'inlmen! of minister to Prussia. As he understood neither manners, nor French, nor i .rrmnn. nor anv oilier Inneuniie except what he mil learned in n rough-and-tumble life in liiiliiina —tiut he cut n most ridiculous figure in Hie diploma'ic corps. Aware of his deficiencies, he ceased tmrndins, them in society nnc hotooK himself to me most disgusting licentiousness and cVjiradinc. drunkenness. Ins excesses brousihl...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
STILL Ii\ THE FTGIJ.D! r PHE subscriber hn\ing recently leceived -^- his stock of goods for the season, offers a choice selection of DRY GOODS, consisting in part of Broad Cloths, Prins, Ginghams, Delains, Shambrays, Bareges, Law is, Para incites, Abpacas, Yel^pU>, Brown and ilcachcd Sheetings and Shirtings, Tickings, Drillings, Waddings, Battings, Wickings, VeaUngs, Cravat:,Stocks, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cambricks, Lace i, Trimmings, Grain Hags, Carpet Bags, Cottoi Yarn, Twine, Carpet Warp, Umbrellas and Paratolw, with a good lot of READY MADE CI.OTHll.'G, consisting of Men and Boys' Linen and C ingliam, Tweed and Jean Coats, Ueninc Overalls ai d Shirls, Vests, &.c. Groceries. Hyson, Hyson Skin and Young Hyson Tuns ; a large lot of Sugars, different grades and pr ces . Molasses, Syrup, Tobacco, Pepper, Spice, Ci iTcc, Cocoa, Ginger, Soda, Cream Tarler, Saleratus, Candles, Lemons, Oranges, Drugs and Dye Sluffs, Paints nni Oils, Window Glass and Sash. II A R D W...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
WE1¥ & IMPORTANT LAW 1>URSUANT to an Act passed the General ¦* Assembly of Ponn'a, jbKsession ending April, 1854, FCU.EY & RICHARDS are bound to keou constantly on band, in connection with their Watches and Jewelry, the following Books to stll at city prices, viz i Shakespeare, " The Fathers oi tlie Desort, Byron, Letters to Young Men, Milton &' Young, Rollo Books , rope. Mechanics, Scott's works, Homo for all t or Fowler's Goldsmith's works, mode of building, Dick's do. Tho Old Brewery, Cooper's do. Unclo Tom, Irving's do. Llllle Ferns for Fanny 1 Grinnell's Expedition in iiltle Friends. search of Sir J o lui fanny Fern, Franklin, Hot Corn, Cowpcr's works i Life and Sayings of Mrs Lor.ento Dow's Complete . Partinglon, Works. jWide Wide World, Comprehensive Common-, Rcalrice, larics, jlilcuk House, Chamber's Miscellany, Mothers'Recompense, Gibbon's Home, ILainp Lighter. Rollni's History, | Odd-Fcllow»' Text-Book, History of New York, i Do. do. Ma...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
KOBER1' KOV TT.\S CO\ST.l^iTlJ.Y ON " HIM) .IT rtir. WELLSlleHlo ' l'GlI DRUG " sTOIil 1IIK IOl.L0WI.Mi UT1CI.KS: Aconile, Cinijer, Ground. Adhesive ri.L-.lcr, t- ' lass of a 11 siws. fur win-Alrohull .ion'.-! or picture Irjuics, Alum, iluc, Aloes, 'Iiims of eicry vjriely, Allspice, Hoiis, Amuionin, 'lot Drop 1 - -, Annello, Jliie Syrup. Autimoii) , .iiUigo, (be.^t i|iulilv,, Arnica, 'inks of al! kind*, Dleechinij Powder lo re. l.ampblark, move ink &. fruit blams, Looking Glass. from Linen, Leather VariuMi . .Ijldckiug fur bto\rs, I.nnc—12hode l.-lauu, ,ur "• " 'lout.- - i. shoe> n-lnle wasliin?, Bay Water, M iddir . Bur .ix, ^ iilnii y, Urimslonc, ' ills. ;a large \araU., liui-lics ul' all kind. " , hiitmeiili-, Hug Poison, /' ' poi'ildm-, Camphor, .'.iiiila of all kimls, t 'aslilc Soap, 1 icrj, Cayenne Pepper, P i'i>|K-r, tViiii-ul Inr i-.irilu-ii ware, Prinnan Itlnr. (' innainon, ' 'illi nf varmiii kunK Clnvcs, '^uicLsiUcr, (^nbalt, i Fl y Pinion.j '^u...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
CASBI PAID FOR WOOL AT THE V\OOLEM FACTORY ei<u» -^*- led on the plank road lending from I'lkl.iiiil In Addison. Also, WOOL MANUFACTURED INTO CLOTHS of every description lor lurnirrs' wear, fur three shillings per yard, or on bharcs al the halve. " . Wool CaVriiug & Cloth iMissing dune-on short notice. The mbsenber would my to Ii is former paired* and the public generally, that is now doing L>iif im-r--. nol vilh (t one-horse icatcr poitir, bul on a durable streum of'water that never fails—hns 'J'H'O IOC ULE CUSTOM CARDING MACHI.Sl-.S, 1OK CARDING WOOL INTO ROLLS. AU. an entire s>et of machinery expressly for Manufacturing Wool into Cloth, all of which is in good order for domij iwnn"^ which will enable me to CARD ALL W'Hii brought from a distance llic snitie djy , in !li..i In. rolls can be taken back immediately. All nnrk entrusted lo me shall be trill ilonr. XT Mosl kinds of produce laUen tn poymint i>.< work. Terms—Pny •OouTn. Add...
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
ViSH dc UI.I.M* FACTORY. V7O.YV FORK, TIOGA CO.. PA. - 'pHl 1 ', •iihscrtbers havinrj puichascO h« S.isii Fuclorv nl Slnny Fork', have now on hami. .nu arc making ajl kinds of square and fancy Sash and Blinds. flu- .iiitistrilnTH llatli-r-, lhcm*i.hes (hat llicv -an ii ihe ai, i;ouu anil cntliiralWe an jrtielc. him] -t il it s rlieap dS (all he diiUiik'I .il any cslaiilisiitiu m ii .Vnillii-rn I'l'nns)lvani-i nr in ^ouihcru A'tu V--rK. I .'' Ml nrdcrs m our 'ine n\ 'jlt.-llli s-i AMI ,c .roimnlv .iiliiiiidl to. s. i 1). H. JN'IHOX. ^iintv KnrK. Junu -^. I^ '. ' i-J. .i"ro the riiBMc;. ""'" |" Difili.M it proni'r in snvilinl ihr cdiim- i i - nf niv lii'ini; inl of Plaslir . for the latl lew rf,i\ -. .-as owum lo circumstance1 * beyond :i,v nnir, " lie Canal between Ctivuij.i Cridao anil the .lum Inn l.ncii, was not m readiucts al liie tune niiverttsi n n '¦nn«ei]iieiiec nt ' liuildinir a; new i.olk. .lul ' t'RL'SH SI'I'l'LY. lus ;usl bciln rei i mil. urn ¦ ¦ i m (jroutid lo suppl...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
CABINET MAKING. " D T. VANHORN would inform the ciii--•-'• zens oi Wellsborough and vicinity, that ho has purchased the interest of his partner, John S. Bliss, in the above business, and will continue at the old stand, two doors cast of Jones'Store, to keep on band and make lo order all kinds of Cabinet Furniture—Kiicb as 7 Sofas, Divans, Ottoman*, Card, Centre, Dining <$/• Breakfast Tables, Dress Stands, Dress and Common Bureaus, MAHOGO.NY & COMMON WASH STANDS. Cottage, French and Common Bedsteads, of every description, together with all articles usually made in his line of business. From his knowledge of the business lie flatters himself with the belief that those wishing to purchase, would do well to call and examine his work before sending elsewhere for an inferior article. COFFINS, of every variety, made to order, at short notice, and reasonable charges. ¦ TURNING done in a neat manner, at short nolif'n. • Q Chnir*! I'll airs ! yj|i L In addition lo the abo...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
\EW SPRING 6OODS! THE 8ubscribers^are now opening their stock of GOODS for the Spring] Trade, com. prising a full and complete assortment, and of the usual variety, which will, as heretofore, be sold a la very small profit fur READY PAY. Being deter, mined) not to be undersold by our neighbors, oar goods are marked at tho lowest figure; |and we invite a. comparison of our goods and prices with any otber in the market. Among the assortment of DRY GOODS will be found a great variety ol Ladies' Dress Goods Consisting in part of t Bereges , Berege Delanes, all-wool Delanes, Lawns, -plain and printed; Ginghams, English, Scotch and American ; Poplins, Prints of all shades and colors, n good stoelc qf SILltS. Also, for men's wear may be found Broad Cloths, CuBsimeres, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, silk, satin and Bummer Vcstings. Also, Sheeting?, Shirtings, bleached and br.own, Tickings, Summer Goods for boys' wear, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Cotton Batten, with a variety of other nicies too ...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
1 l\ BULS. rOKK . for sale by J- ^' [aug.3 11 ^ VICTOR CASE. A*/" ANTL'll), al CRAY'S Si ove Slore, old ' * Iron. Copjici, Brass, Pewter, Lead,Rags, &c. /~1|1KAP Foil L'A.SII—One serviceable v^ Horse. Enquire at GRAY'S Tin & Stove Store. Well.-horoujili, Pa. aug 3-tf. •)f)f| UrSlllXS of " CORN! fur " sutHi" v " *-»*- »» f VICTOR CASE. knnxvihc. An; .1, In.Vl-lC I'ire A: iValcr. CE. GllAY, is now prepiir' (1 lo furnish • al Fhort notice, common SUCTION & KOKCE PL"MI'S, (or Wells and Cimerns, and also lias constaiitly on hand, LEAD PIPE lor conveying water from Suriu;;s. Well-iliDrullL'll. All', ' . :i, lf-5-l-tf. Auditor' s [Notice. r Plir. tinilersigned, auditor nppoinleii bv tlifi 1 ('<tiirl of Common Pleas of Tioga County, to distribute the money arising from the sule of the real ct-lalc of Samuel Bullock, will allend to llic du. lies of Ihc appointment at my oft'icc in WelUboro 1 , on the second dny of September next, at one o'clock P. M., of aa...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
They Have Come at Last! .\ V W GO O O S ! -iX ~ E W ~ G O O D S:! V" (_l\V isijmir Iiiiil 1 , Lmlius, io buy\ogr -'- * Spring and Summer Good>, while you ha\c a large stock to hclecl from. The subscribers have juit received Ihcir entire Spring stock, direct from UoEtun ahd New York markets, which far uurpas^ea lor style, variety and luw prices uny stock lliat Wdb e\er before oft*eri.d in this market. We deem it unnccei^ary lo numerate arlick'F, as you can be assured of finding nearly every article in the DRY liOUDS line, including a splendid assortment of f*adies Dress Goods, which you are earnestly invited lo cull a.ud examine stylesand prices before puruliasing elsewhere. JONES &. ROE. Wellsborough, June 1, 1854. Wine fur Communion. •TM1E Churches of Tiuiin county nre re-•*- speetfully informed that llicy can now obtain at tlie Wellsborough Drug Store, the Pure Juice ol ihr Grape un'iduHerntrd with Alcohol in any form. TlKMUo^lsatisfaclory evidence ol' its jxiri...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
ARRIVALS I irwKr. Iloisi:, \VEUinonoi'<;n, Texnk. P. P. Cleaver, Proprietor. July 21, 11. Sligh, r. inc Creek ; W. W. M'Dnul»all, i'nic ("reck; Mjb. C. Howe, Midiilcb'y ; Mrs. J. A. Saxbcrr>, do; J. Davis, l'ikc Mills i R. Sixbcc Uulljml; ('. H. Edwni-ds, F, Creek ; Elder Reed. do . I* VV. Sackclt &. Udy, Elmiro. t!7—2S. L. Runyon, Troy, Pa.j K. I.. Hackelt, B.i\aunuli, <Ja.-, 11. H. Harmcr, Plulad'a ; J. H. Himlin iV lauv, Miiiibfield; G. Bniluy, iiu; S. \V. Case, hing«boro'; B. It, Hall, Blo^burg ; C., W. Bnskirk, Crdar Run; J. K. Juhnston, Great Bend; A. i'\ liool,Charleston ; C«co. Khalfi r, Liberty ; Geo. Hbafcr, jr.,<lo; I. Spear, Olcan; M. II. Bull, do.; L'. I,. Berrv, I' 'rnndship i!ll—:JU 0. I). Mcrrel, (.rccn; C. II. Edwards, fine Creek, R. Lloyd; do, 'I 1 . S Uutchard, M. Mill , Ji Biir.li, do.; J. Morn*m, do., (i. \V. Puller, .Midillilnn . C. Wilson, do., \V 1(. Puller, Jrridiu ; 1 \i .Mile- , do.. Mat. RcdtliiiKlon, Tiognj \V,...