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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

Tbc Reciprocity Treaty Article first provides that tho fishermen of the United States shall be allowed to take any kind of fish except shell fish along ihe coasts of British Nonh American possessions, including the bays, harbors and creeks, with no limitaiion with respect to dialance, excluding fisheries of shad ' ftod salmon, in the rivers or at Iheir .mouths. Ii will be remembered that Ihe ireniy of 1818 p revented our fishermen from coming within three miles of the coast, and that this restriction whs construed as preventing us from entering bnyg where the headlands were less ihan six miles apart. The same right, subject lo the same restrictions, is given to the Bmish fishermen on all our coasis north of the 36ih degree of north alitude, which is the la'iludo of Albemarle Sound, in North Carolina. The third article specifies the articles, Ihe growih and produce of both the British CVIo. mes and the United Smtos, which Ghall . be reciprocally admitted duty free. They are a...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

i^;K-S»T;Sms*wii?-aria«-% 3L lioATf TODDlftr to Sjrlh^Tfadecom.; prising ijatt and coropjete assortment, and of U»; ostul varfirtj, 'which ^jt ;ar he^^«r8Vbe sold a U; very imm^ifid-KBADT^A^miiiig deter^ ^KHbi^ij&! |#atj^&^l^^aa^JOyito| '•ToMa pf^^r ' Msjte^l t^^Mfymn in the fflk?i*- ¦ Ampiig tbe tttorUmnt of •;::??" '' i" r/^;-,.?-™^x^'(Jd^'O II © ' 8' ' '- ' ' ^' i -' ; - ¦"' willU/d&iagreatvarietjoT I^es .' lH^jt^ cotUhfinir^ptrtSIf, ? ¦ '. ¦ ; s 7-'i: ' !4-V# 9 :i-f^W? ' " ! - - Bereg»ii:ieTem,M1dni^' aU-woolBelanet. EngHtKSeolch^nd American; Poplins, Prints . ofalljihadts • -s - rfifid colora ^ aeood^clt of , ^ I Also, fbTnttn'i weaMiiayT)* fbnrid Broad Cloths . i Cassiuieres, Tweedy.Kentucky. Jeans, «ilfc« satin and summer Vesting!. ... . - Also, Sheetings, Shirtings, bleached and brown, Tickirfgtf, Summer Goodi fbr boys' ; wear, Cp ' ttoir' Yarn, Carpet Warp, Cotton Batten,' witla-a variety of other rlide* too nameroas to mention. Groceries a...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

COIVVEKS 1 Emporium Xi of_ Fashion, CHEAP CLOTHING, &c. MM. CONVERS has just received from • New York, the largest and most carefully selected assortment of . CLOTHS, VESTING, CASS1MERS, SATINETTS, TRIMMINGS, &c, ever brought into this country, wlnc^i he will sell for rbadv r*Y cheaper Ihan any other tttahlithment His slock comprises a general assortment o. every variety of Clothing, from a low price up. SUMMER COATS— for N Men and. Boys—a large assortment. , DRESS, FROCK AND SACK COATS—oCcvc ry description, size and color. PANTS—every style and quality. VESTS—of every Btyle, color and description. SHIRTS, Undcr-ShirU, Drawer*, Collars, Over-Alls Over-Shirts, Sunpenders, Gloves, Umbrellas, Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, together with lots of SELF-ADJUSTING STOCKS, &c., &c. HATS AND CAPS, of every description—the largest assortment in town. Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters, for Men, Boys, and Women, a large variety. ' Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

CABINET IHAUIIMtt. BT. VANHORN would inform the citi-• lens of Wellsborough and vicinity, ithat he has purchased the interest of his partner, John S. Bliss, in the above business, and will continue at the old stand, two doors east of Jones' Store, to keep on hand and make to ordor all kinds of Cabinet Furniture-—such as Sofa?, Dirans, Ottomans, Card, Centre, Dining f Breakfast Tablet, Dress- Stands, Dress and Common Bureaus, MAHOUONY & COMMON WASH STANDS. Cottage, French and Common Bedsteadt, of every description, together with all articles usually made in his line af business. From his knowledge of the business he flatters himself-trith the belief that those wishing to purchase, would do well to call and examino his work before sending elsewhere for an inferior article. COFFINS, of every variety, made to oiWer, at short notice,and reasonable chsrges. TURNING done in a neat manner, at short notice. T5 Chairs! Chairs! I\fc2*»» ' n aal *' t .' an to ""e above, tho subscri'...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

WELLSBOR O' ACADEMY. THE FALL TERM of this Institution will commence on .tbe 4th day of September next, tinder the charge of Mr. NtWELL L. REYNOLDS, a graduate of Madison University. - - Mr. Reynolds has had charge of this Academy for. one term, and has given thus far, universal satis, (action. From Die testimony received of his character and qualifications, JVom bis experience in teaching, and (Vom Ws great success here and elsewhere, we can cheerfully recommend the School lo the patronage of tbe public.. . In addition to the branches usually Uufill hi snch Institution*, there will be . a Teachers' chuty cornposed of tliose who intend to engage in the baiiness of teaching, which will receive particular attention and instruction, both frqm the Principal and the County Superintendent of Common Schools . ., . Arrangements have likewise been made lo procure suitable Chemical and Philosophical instmments, such on are used in the higher order of Schools in the State of New York. - Th...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

^'immmmmmm pmm - OF Tpfe PENN MEDICAL DNIVERSITT OF v TteSt fei, if-j^^^tW^em eW?rery n^iuiiUtB^tadB^ji^t^ei^Miv tiMl, lban:]b»t,of any <^J4*4icil 8chopl4n tlie p^llve 8c leno»<eo»eqnenUy , free of ill socU.«n< di n* to UwF|tatBra>i^r ^ s^twWwand Uagfat jot6or;.prpgfe»iTe;ctiurse».inreathye *r,ih«*.ena. W»»fc'^>rt¥4B^-,KP^M«^^.^ro«g b ,^ foat,cout*e», .wUhiD ^ lwojcSBs.. -By Ms. an»ns«_- ment the >ibdy i« r rendered . caiy>nd possSjeTof of daily tnctea«i^rnteresL ; - • ' • " ¦ : -' ¦¦'¦ -. Ladies; Scsirjng! a thoroughly ^scientific- .Medical EdttCBlinn ^ oj «qy partparlical1'tly;inl»:reslix1g.tliero have ftcilitieshcre,nowhere,«lse,lo be funnd. For Arin ' tfn' nceinehtii ijontainlnj r Terinv (iflilch Will always be made sali«factury,) ' list of officer*, JPacnlty and oilier-parlicolars, ples ' se address.: ' , JOS. S. LONGSHORE, M. D. Dean, No. 160 Arch-st., or Box 10S3, Philadelphia P. O. f ang- 1 17.1

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

SASH & BLIND FACTORY. COVING TON, TIOGA CO., PA. T ^^ pJBEata, common' sizes Bal BgkfflRjS 5^g " _ self that he can make a* guuu an uuute, and sell il as chap as can bo obtained ot any oslabishmont in Pennsylvania or New York. • Call and see. , DAVID S. 1RELAN. Covington, March 2,1854. UTTlie subscriber ib also Agent for Iho saioof Dr. D. Jayncs celebrated Famil y Medicines, also Scarpa's fo r Deafness. D. 8. I.

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

AUW ARRIVAL! SPRING GOODS. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. TONES. & RQE, Wellstoruugj*, Pa.,.aw ° now receiving direct from New York and Boston MariicuMc largo and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, READYMADE;CLOT«ING, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SBOgS, &c* tu>. Cast) buyera wilt find it greatly to their intnrou to c«ll sod examine this extensive »tocfc' before .parchasing elsewhere, u they will always find a hma assortment to select from, and at prices that we defy all competition; ¦ - ' : May!a,!l,6Sj/ f\ RWNELL'S Expedition » seircn of Sir /olin XJ Franklin, by X)u Kane. ' For«le by ; i. 1 FOLEY t RICHABDS. /^ROCKERY & GLASSVyARE ^ an pod-V> less variety,now receivinr, hy i • ' ' j March 30, . ¦ ¦- .• iO^tS, i f, JRQU.

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

."^dUblands \ 4\? Cot tjrantpf nignrbnVwWd) ' he blast turnac* riouM haVS furnish«fl Ho* different w puld ba»e.hi»n ijbVeppditlon of this Vallej had ihe Tariff. of4&. coniin-Ued in existence. These Cflaw Wprk» would ha ve increased jo capacity and others have been erected, an dJu)D|red« of faborers. would ha ve found employm*nif. So of tSe Blast Furnace. Had it remained In profitable oper aiions, iron Masters from abroad would have had Ihier attention calteaMo this region , n d ihe coal and abundant ores woul ere tfiis have induced ' the erection of numerous large furnscea, and this smalt rolling mill. -wolfId have been turning but its thousands of tons of Rails. Thus a large.manufacturingjown wold have sprung here; and this Village, which now numbers fits inhnbitania by hundreds; would have counted ciiizens by the thousands.

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

, • , PURNITXXREi: THE'sub'kriHb' er' la^pieasure * hi'j>HiiM({ ,;Jb afigTo ! L?1"M.P»tft)?»'.' ' ariaM,rAf bTttBln tidrJ," iKatho is ei,M car .fy. ing on the. " J 1 ' . * OAlM-WB^'M'A-KIW.Ch In all ita'braHchefl, af hi»old.St«nd; near thetWelbbafoagh-Acddtmy-' '' ' ¦ '¦' :~¦-:•¦' .' ~? u^ " *' >' ..* H15 wort is rnanurac(ured i 'frottt'-th0' best c-f materials, and al) : thdse Who favor biriv* wifli a call : may' rely'u ' p'dn- bBfairilriJr iiTlicle ' B 'which 1 for CHEAPNESS ELEQAN,CE\U DVRAB1LIi'Kjaro second to'Aonfi'in ' tHe market ' '""* ; ' , fB*"Will emle'aifor iijk?(!|> on Barid all articles of HOUSEHOjip FDRNlTpDRE^-such as Pier, Centre, Card;'Breakfast $ Dining Tables, French, Collage & Common Bedsteads, Mahogohif'lifuple . and Common Bureaus, Dress ^ Light, Work, $ ' Wash, Stands. ' Persons " wishing any articles not on hand will bo supplied to order. . . . COPW^VS,of every vttrlcty^ on short notice. ' . Chairs! Chairs ! - In connection wi...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

ST ^H^ffil cation of ,conjrn9njjgal. t tlasi# .mauujre^Jair.jdif! ferenllcrops," 4 ei» : *&i ohma?ptoeBedfagwB tdihe best of'oar-abilHy} " ' * AoyrgM (irrfier who h ' as uaedLSallTftidy cd5nr^ctViif^o<ic »os by hi«own " «pa " ffef%P * J §$& **- /" ¦ The bettWe *7 nppiylnf Mt^to^irtfy land'obVft(^bflrttnd ; hftavity - lijiied/tTe^behVve' .W^Ih^V ! §ll conveWeptty JoV#' « I»l^wW s ?B ; rge " l "V or B«if-6»Vra1,ThBt , wilf" hold liquor; put in it two or ihreo-bricks Standing on end thereon jseta.basket contairi-•ipg.a . bushel or moire pi* Sail j npw;.daslxn,ajlfull,after pail-full of water on the salt until dissolved. (I> may be a little easier though slower proee»» to fill your tub two thirds fujf of 'water a "nd set your basket of sail int» it "as aforesaid.) Have, a cart-load of unslaked lime rendy, (scrap or. refuse lime, if fresh Ferom ihe'kitn and unslaked, is ai valunbl« for this use ' or' any olheri while usually very cheap.) and pour Ihi...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

Worth Seoing! T^IIE splendid assortment of Goods lhalj -*- lbo subscribers are now daily receiving is roajy worUi a, call lo examine. They have just returned from Nuiv York with the largest assortment of Dry Good*, including Ladies' Dress Goods", that was ever 1 offered in this country, and all arc roquet-ted lo call and eiamine them, whulber they witih to buy or not. To enuutcralc articles would be useless lo attempt. A personal inspection can only give one an idea of what this extensive eslab-¦ lishment rnntains. O-DON'T FORGET THE PLACE ' .£$ 1 The New Store of July 13, 18p-t. JUNES &. ROE. KOBi:iST ROY IHS CONSTANTLY OX TIV'VD AT TnF. WELLSBOROUGH DllUG STORE, TIIK FOLLOWING ARTICLES : Aconite, 'ClinkerGround, Adhesive Piaster, ^luss of nil bizes, for win-Alculiul, j dows or picture fumes, Alum, Glue, Aloes, (Gums of every vanely. Allspice, Hops, Ammdfca, , Uui Drops, Annetto, I (ive Syrup, Antimony, 'indigo, (best qnaiily,) Arnica, (Inks ol " ull kinUs, Blucching Po\y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

DULUS AND MEDIUMS IN LAWRENCEVILLE, PA. m 1 n^HE subscribers have constantly 0tU I -L on hand at their Drug Slore, in Law. '^J j renccville, a large and well selected stock J^pB 'of DRUGS, .tec, of cvory description (Bc9 ' used by. Physicians in the country, and all ti< , most populsr PATENT blEDlCINESot lho air. j winch we olfcr for sale at prices which canuolfu! to suit those who may favor us with a call. Amnngr our Patent Medicines may be found ihi following-: Marcltant's Gurglin g Oil; Jayne'sExpectorant,At , leralice . Pills, PtUs, Ac ; MoJaCa hitler, m Pills'; Fitche't silver pitted Abdominal Support ers, ftrticrs . Inhaling Tubes, nnd all the medium prepared b y him for his private praetire: Bronli Pxlmonnry Balsam and Purifying Jixtracu Ayre 's Cherry Pectoral; Rogers' Syrup 0] Trawl Canclmlifrur; DMovo's Heace Cure: J: drew's Pain Killing Agent;^TrusPs Magnrtit Ointvimt; Dr. Christie's Galvanic Belts, ii. Houfrhton's Ar/ffici'il Pepliu; Slate's Aramtm Bitteis ; and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

q f Wells'^|ite? 'iicTD!^toMjjJSbS ^&'4i^n^'W>iff»-wawrb i»nth. 2 Among the .approved Stoves of the age. I am thoroughly convinced that the KING OF STOVES is truly named, and must lake the lend.of all Elevated OvenStoves. " fa principal advantage claimed in this, over alt . other stoves, (Elevated" Ovens in particular , ; is in its diving or reverting flues, ihe exclusive right of which is guaranteed to the subscn! ber by Letters Patent from the Uniied Stales. There being two currents of air passing Up and down at lho same lime on each side of the oven, perfectly enveloping the oven n, current of hot air that cannot . escape short of traversing a distance of about twenty feet , an told, making- ' , ji

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

STEABSS' Self-Setting tfiiil I9ogs. rj^HE undersigned liuvinj; piirehused the ¦*¦ right of using Iho above Mill Dnjrs in Tioga county, would nnnminco to the public generall y that he U ready lo furnish them at short notice, to any part of ihe counlv, on the most reasonable terms, and warrant them td set correct from hall an inch lo two inches in thickness. They arc the cheapest and the most durable Dog in use. They are very simple in construction, consequently very acsily kept in repair. They can be us;d fur mo saws in a ?:iie just as well as for one. Terms, ^50.00-per pp.U for one saw, ((he man owning tho mill finding tho heudbluckp nnd' boarding the men while putting them in) and £J5.(]0 tor two Hans. \ N. B.—All orders promptly altcndrd lo. D. 1!. WILCOX. Wellsborovch, Die. 5, lbc'3. 1 would say ihat ive have used the above dcseiibed Mill Dogs for about four monili.-i, and our envyers 'ike them much and think them preferable- to any they have used. S. E. ENS WORTH. I have a b...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

3 »*« ffip%«ip ~ \^i 1 ^^^&^iHi^^i^i^Bb^^^^^^^i^klL^iBB^^3 i^2L^b^#^iVi'wv^sQi^H&^iHC'^Br^BB^ik^^^iK'^ ~ ''-^^* '• ' ; " W,"PiViMP ; tlDpt ? £r ' ' ' ¦ DBA^H-gd^AIN. .. .i^ '-. i.j.Tho great Ametioan. Kemedy;for Fever "$¦ Ague, Rheumdiimj Dysentery, Cl\olics % and Griping Pdins, r Bfflises and ' ' . $ lraihs ' , Burns § 'Scalds, Fresh Wounds, ' ¦ Dysptpsia, Coughs 4' Colds. AND ALL OTHEB KINDKED DISEASES. r pHlS.Me. dicinj3JinRproved,pnd will prove .an-.unqpndilional Pain Destroyer in all cases, whether Esteinul or Internal. Hence it iiaa reccive . d the oppropriati; name, of "•. Dealli.lo-Pain." It has, .by being kept on Jjand by families who know iU valucr bcen,th9_inean8,pf saving money, and often life, by its timefy use in sudden atlucks, andjn case of accideptir;i ' Jn oil bruises and flesh wounds this- Uealh-to-pai ' n ia the best embrocation that can be (bund. , Tl'° sor . euass is immediately ' extracted —swellings reduced—iuid profuse bleeding slopped. A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

TII I, MOST, PERFECT BAKER thnt can be desired. It has a perfect draft and flues easily cleaned out. There is a dnm, per so constructed ns to give a direct draft ivhereheat is not wanted for baking 01 warming. The amount of heat is immense for Ihe quantity of fuel consumed.,.- The Pom Boiler is properly a Village Stove, nnd works' wdll with wood or coal. You enn gen meal for ten persons in thirty-five minutes,, with seven pounds of dry maple wood. I1510 pearance is grand, and it is a very pleasant stove to do-work with. It is very appronnate for larfjo sitting Or dining rooms , and warms with less fire than any parlor stove. Tfc Six Boiler Ring works equally well, hns more capacity, nnd is adapted (o the waDtsd large fnmilies and public houses. This is, in truth, a FARIWBR'S STOVE. What rnn you desire in a Stove that cannot sniisl ' y? If you wont capacity for do ing lar^e business, you have il. If you want lo warm cold houses or large rooms, it cat not be beat. Draft good, nnd wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

Sjnith, the fta^oV^tfrf priAiih. occaiignally ^iaJ ; bff1?^lb> j^f* t)dPrtffcr^6fc. epfi0A?h9A (qp|«ftpoJemMf»e^>^ais :ft*n pocylmr^dtolljWjty. ,HBt«ia>a.-ahottejct:aoU -•^«SJBT#8^T^^eir t P°<traiilF, ''ig r6g-l tihmi <#*& Mfc&ati; latsVfetnhm ¦ 'la' «**)*>) LZif tl "V* ' i lUl' r *il\''> ^'^ «*irt?n»EaC \ tfi(if *&w tfnAjwwrfs^s*- ' mt<M7fcft«*-«np«»t, »4m had offlthjpgjpt-hst ip-sawfo waa.cor opejled to take^iot the hig hwayj- nnd'thB;neihgBors were ' ebBtiri' ualiy cryiifgouti' cbssthal Smiths an my di , ^ . . ^« i ,l..4V u» , I'wi' g she had to 1 steal Or di^;.lorshe.pould flnd ao pickihgsal home^for even inV poor mice that were:led, »ere fo poorphd' *efaggy that il took se ' ^rarof^then^^irfakeVfehadpw j , iind a deceni ' cai'wo ' uldi slarve.tp. ;ideath'4i> i ,tb.r ee jy eg k^i'Oiiiaa alluwance ofi eighteen, perday, Wl'wh ' bn'l reformed, things took a different lurri. : The kitchen bein...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

BUSINESS JHRECTORY. - fasuieu's rxio-ir insukaivcje COMPAUr, ATIIB.\3, ' »R.lDronO CO., PA. C .VP1TAL~S200,000 I—Insures Farmers only, on ihe Slock and Mutual plan. J. E. Can. 1' icU Soc'y., lion. Horace WillUlon, Crca't. Remem her thftl an ' fex^efieneetl Travelling Agent, represent. in(;a sound and reliable Company near home, is pret " eriMe lo a Inrciffn Co, us there con be no deception Address J. E. Webster, Agent, Covinglnn, Pa. W. W. WEBB, HI. E>., (Late o Graduate of Casllelon Medical College ^ Vt.) IT AS a>sociated himself with Dr. >f. Pack--*--'- r.R, in the practice of Medicine and Surgery. They will promptly attend all nils in their profess, ion. Oflic.q on M iin-st., opposilo the Presbyterian Cliuicli, Wclltihnrougli, Pa. jy 27. CIEAV E * K HOIS E, {Lale Grants' IJulel.) WF.tT.snoROUOH, TIOGA COUNTY, TENN*. June 8, 1R54. P. P. CLEAVER, Proprietor. S. F. WILSON, O* Removed to James Losvrcy't Offlrc. JAS. LOWKEI & S. F. WILSON, A TrOR.XJJ...

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

IOGA i!IARB$F,E TAU8J i-JTCII & SUCR1VOOD, < ' DBAt.tltS IN ... Italian nnd Ainevicin ITIarble, • ' FOR MANTELS, MONUMENTS, TOMBS C'E. VOTAPUS, GU'XVfi-SToNES.. O" Entire sjtisfaclion will always be lriv?n. ¦ SHOP W TlOCiA VILLAGE, PEffS'A. July 13. 18.14-1 y. ~" C. E. «RAV, (Sacceiwor to Roy If Sqfield.) P\BALjKR in Stoves, Tin, Copper ami ¦*-¦' Slieet-lroh W»re." Sale Room, tine door east of J. R,'B,1W«n'a Store. - WdlnboTo', July 14. '54.-' % :n;mtMs q ' f pvbUc^iliox. The AgiTA,ipa k#U.nluhtij:*ttg VlUrtihy Horn. ing, and. jwn\ahtd Ip %p 6»eriicr» at 8t50.yer.an /'i. '"' VP^in.adcaiuei or ,S2 if payment lit d<$au ¦'& Viter'lHt' ytyV[-mtihUnj>ttinti$tnJiir a ,/Jr-UhWrh' i Uuiii^ijr niSStt s, " ort3 i62«[ for that term J>^Mintn^ite,^»-tM<U-«tnM yi^a dm ncc. or 61 wdlbf jaWirpO TI».fortM6iDttrmt will M-^, ict (U <"*§yctl (a. go faper joW<jJ« diicamhm--a* ""' ^\iJ^ r J^^h J>0v PPiiS^fJhjiitor ^^amaxtaM^^ai...

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