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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Fire &, Water. CE. GRAY, is now propnrfd lo furnish • al short noiice, common SUCTION <t FORCE PUMPS, lor WclU und Cisierno, and also has constantly on hand, LEAD PIPE for convey ing Wiiter from Springs. Wcllrthorough, Aug. 3,1854-lf. TO THE PUBLIC. I DEEM il proper in soy llini ihe cnuse of of my being out of PLister, fur the latt few daysn w.18 owVor to circumstances hcyond my controld The Cinat between Cayuga Bridsre and Ihe Junctia Lock, was not in readiness at the lime toadvertisc in consequence of building a new Lock. But n KRESH SUPPLY Una just been received, and will bo ground to supply ull thai may call. Come one, come all. AMOS BIXBY. ManBf.cliI, May 93,1854. 1 Haying Utensils. GENTLEMEN, please cnll nl J. R. Bowen's cheap store and look at his largte assortment of Haying TooIb of all < kinds, which he will sell cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. Wellsborough, June 29,'f854. Clothing! Clothing! p ENTLEMEN in wnnt of anything in ^J the lino of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

rriHeJ, wibscriber8 are now opening . theft J. Btobk of GOODS for trie Spring * Trade, com. prising- a lull and complete' assortment, and of tha usual vatistjr, wbiph will, j ai-heretofore, be sold * U very anttll profit fof READY PAYS (Being deter, mined TMft to be undersold by Our neighbors, our goods are mirlted atthe.bwestfiiriirei «hd*euivile a comparison of oiir goods and prirelrwith any^tber in Ibe market 1 . Among 1' the 'fcaaortment of^:;; i . »! R y «6 6» s .: will b« found a great variety of Ladies'Dress Goodi consisting id part of ; v, . . .. • ¦' ¦ ¦ Btregis, Berege Delanes,aUwoolDdanes, Lavmi, plain and printed; Ctingiiam, English, Scotch and. American ; Poplins, Prints of all shades . and colors, a good stock of..,, ,_, ¦ ¦ i ":¦ 'SltiKV.' ¦:.. ' -- ^. . Also, for men's wear may be found Broad Cloths, Cawimeres, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, silk, satin aiid summer Vesting. " . 'Also, Sheetings, Shirtings, bleached and brown, Tickings, Summer 1 Goods for' boys' weur, Co...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

STILL IN THE FIELD! THE subscriber having recently received bis.stock of good* for the leason, offers a choice selection of DRY GOODS, consisting in part of (Broad Cloths, Prints, Ginghams, Detains, Shambray*, ' Bareges, Lawns, Piramcltes, Alapacas, Velvets, Brown and Bleached Sheetings and ShirtingB, Tickings, Drillings, Waddings, Battings, Wiekings, Vesting*, Cravot», Stocks, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cambricks, Laces, Trimmings, Grain Bags, Carpet Bags, Cotton Yarn, Twine, Carpet Warp, Umbrellas and Pararols, with a good lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING, consisting of Men and Boys ' Linen' and Gingham, Tweed and Jean Coats, Denine Overalls and Shuts, Vests, tec. Groceries. H y son, Hyson Skin and Young Hyson Teaa ; a largo lot of Sugnrs, different grades and prices, MolaBBB?, Syrup, Tobacco, Pepper, Spice, Coffee, Cocoa, Ginger, Soda, Cream Taller, Saleralus, Candies, Lemon*, Oranges, Drvgs and Dye St vffs , Paints and Oils, Window Glass and Sash. HARDWARE. . Axci>, Shovels, H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

' ; Tiie £ Waterlog ?» . to Jerinont. ' , ^e^learjn s " fr6m S enator ^Foo^e , who-jiaa Arrived her.e .from Vermpnl, lhat t|e . Ait'" Nebraska victory in th^t State is wiiiiput . a parellel. /The: ' . 'sweep 1 ' , is much cleaner than our telegraph dispatches had indicated. It is understood that the Pierce u and Douglas, men have not carried ' a " County ''6r s$en-, diar in the Siafe—not a member of Congresa, nor a State officer; That Douglas's iialVK county, returns 28,Ami's to 8 .Nebraska's—-that out of 280 member* elected, the Douglas m6n Vill hot have 30. ,: A correspondent at Rutlarid sends us the following: Rdtxanb, Vt., Thursday, Sept. 7, 1854. Your telegraphic dispatch from Montpelieryih yesterday' s paper, gives no more idea of'thef Vermont election than ibe present dry weather does of Noah's Flood. We have heard of but five Pierce men elected to the Legislature, out of one Iwndred. If (bat leaves a - probable Anti-Nebraska majority, what would make it certain ? There w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

I -,y--t RMI .^»J. , . VJ : Ta» i follo*lng " we' ha^ ftpijiYfc. intelligent fciend. Abraham Longnecker Esq., of Blacklick Township, a few evenings since, ai arted to- watch' Bideet lick. - He " reached tie ground about sunset and mounted a trte, fof the purpose of; hatching. In a short time. he heard a noja^.and, looking round lor the experiled prize ' hrt eyes Htell on—not a d ier,—but a panther. Another and another appeared, until four gathered near the trunk q r the tree he had ascended. He took delibe ate aim at one of them , but the ball did not (i ke effect, and the savage animals comtnenc:d looking around, and, at length, discovere 1 our adventurer, among the branches overhead, He loaded again and fired,' only s ightly ruffling trio Fur of erne of them.' In his trepidation the stopper of his powder fiask was lost, and he had no further means of defending himself. | They than gathered around the tree and attempted its! ascent. But the small size of the tree and the smooth...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

CONVERS' Emporium of Fashion, AND CHEAP CLOTHING, &c MM. CONVERS lias jusi received from • New York, the largest and most carefully selected assortment of CLOTHS, VESTING, CASSIMRRS, SATINETTS , TRIMMINGS, &c, ever brought intothip country^ which he will sell for RKADr fav cheaper Ihan any other establishment His ntock comprises a general assortment o every variety of Clothing, fron ? a low price up. SUMMER COATS—tot Men and Boys—a large assortment. DRESS, FROCK AND SACKCOATS^oUvc ry description, size and color. PANTS—every style and quality. VESTS—of every style, color and description. SHIRTS, Under.Shif.tR, Drawers, Collars, Over-Alls Oi'cr.Sliirts, Suspenders, Gloves, Umbrella*, Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, together with InlK of SELF-ADJUSTING STOCKS, &c, &c. * HATS AIVD 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, fyc, §c. He wou...

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

; CABINET MAKING. BT. VANHORN would inform the cili-• zenB of WelUborough and vicinity, that he 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 hand and make to Order all kiuda of Cabinet Furniture—such aa Sofas, Divans, Ottomans, Card, Centre, Dining 4* Breakfast Tables, Dress Stands. Dress and Common Bureaus. MAHOUONY &, COMMON WASH STANDS. Cottage, French and Common Bedstead*, of every description, together with all articles usually made in his line of business. From his knowledge of the business he flatters himself with the belief that those wishing In purchase, would do well to call and examine his work before sending elsowhcre for an inferior article. COFFINSj Of every variety, made to order, at short notice, and reasonable charges. TURNING done in a neat manner, at ahort notice. ' iHj| Chairs! Chairs! BfjflL In addition to the above, the subscri-Jmaffi&a...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

"lVTEW STYLE MANTILLAS—just re--^' ceived a splendid assortment, from a low price un, of entirely new style. Call and see them at the New Store of JONES &. ROE. SHAWLS! SHAWLS! —Now Ladies you.have a Jorge assortment of Beautiful styles to select from at the Cheap Store of Pet 27, 165.1. ' JONES & ROE. "D ED FLANNEL.—Just received b, large J-v | ol of plain and twilled Red Flannel, which will be sold very chesp, at Ofi cheap Cash Slors of Nov. 20,1853. JONES ,&.BOE< ¦WOODENWARE.—The largest andtjist ' ' assortment evar offered ;n this plieeyftr sale at [June JO, 1853.] : M. MMX>M1[ER8f. ? GINGHAMS 1 GINGHAMS!—40 pieces off moll cheek dinghaou, at one ibiUinjr per yonl, perfectly ft«t color*, insireoeiwd stthe C«»h Slhro of [Jnne 1.18M-1 JONES &, BQE. LACK SILK MANTILLAS ,: from ' tha low price of 89.fO up to 910, arcnw opeped for yoor inspection at lie Cash Store of " . ' . : T^kNTED^atlGRAy'SSt^^StfliCita F IGrli^^li* * A'damaBUha '...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

W£LLSBORO' ACAIJEIttF. THE PALL TERM of this Institution will commence on the 4th day of September next, under the charge of Mr. NEWELL L. REYNOLDS, a graduate of Madison University. Mr.' Reynolds has had charge of this Academy for one term, and has given thus far, universal satisfaction, . * From the testimony received of his character and qualifications, from his experience in teaching, and from his great success here and elsewhere, we can cheerfully recommend the School lo the patronsge-of the public. In addition to the branches usually taught in such Institutions, there will be a Teachers' class, composed of those who intend to engage in the business of teaching, which will receive particular at¬ tention and instruction, both from the PiincipsI and the County Superintendent of Common Schools. Arrangements have likewise been made to procure suitable Chemical and Philosophical instruments, such as are used in the higher order of Schools in the State of New York. The Academy bu...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

An Bventfui- Career.—At a lale term of the Supreme Court of Lowndea county, Georgia, a man by the name of Graham was convicted of manslaughter, and sentenced lo iIk- neiiugnliitry, nt Ihe age of mnleen years. Ine Wakulral (Fin.) Times gives a few incidents in Ihe lile of this young man, which are well calculated lo excite sympathy in his misfortunes • j\'. the tige of thirteen he was nltackted by snigsr, who,afler tearing him badly and crush. ing both his jaws, left him for dead under a covering of leaves which he had piled on him. Subsequently he was caught in a sugar mill and lost one arm, was bitten twice by rattle. snake9, and struck senseless by a flash ol i'ghming. His greatest calamity occurred a lew months ago, when he killed one of his neighbors in a drunken frolic by Siabbingl Since then ho has laid in prison, and has now a term of years to serve nt some trade suited to his peculiar physical condition. If there oe mv extenuating circumstances in his case, we should be ...

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

assembly.as r •tnob,\and declared ;that. ihe tone of it was ' produced liy the influence of Ihe organ of ihe Whig sod Free Soil pariiea of the Stale, ihe Chicago Tribune, 10 which the meeting responded by cheere for th«t paper. He at length put on his hat, faced the crowd, und tried lotire or bullying them into silence, but failing in ihiaalso, he funnily-relinquished the feflbrt, declaring, n ' oweverVthai he would not give it up so—he would speak again to the people, and ihey should hear him. He then left the sund,-shaking his fist at ihe audience;.' No personal violence was offered. The Tribune says s -1 "His Body Guard formed in close order, placed the Little Gi»nl In their midst, (little enoug h now,) and lighted'by torch bearers, escorted him to his Hotel, the Tremont House. The crowd lined the sides of the streets through which the guard passed, and saluted them with heavy groans, and then followed ihflm to the Hotel. Upon arriving there, " Little Dug" immediately disappe...

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

New Cheap Millinery Goods, for Ready-Pay. nPHE subscriber would ^ ~Zk JL respectfully inform the citi- pj? 3*»t zens of WelUborongli and vicin- SfwWjitjlE^fiSfJ ity, thai she is just receiving a l& Fv ' JBmffl NEW 4- FASHIONABLE "%g^dS r MILLINERY COOBS, -^*^«5 consisting of BONNETS of every variety, LADIES CAPS, CHILDRENS' HATS, BONNET LI. KINGS, FLOWERS and RIBBONS of every kind and quality, GLOVES, MITTS, EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS, ONDERSLEEVES, Handkerchiefs, Silks, Plain and Barred Muslins, Laces, "Cotton and Linen Edging, and a variety of other things too numerous to mention. All of which can be obtained cheaper than elsewhere Ihis side of New York ciiy. The subscriber is now doing a Ready-Pay bnsi. ness, and would invite her friends to call and examine her goods ' before making their purchaser, as she is confident ihey cannot suit themselves bttler at anv other establishment. Work done on short noiice and in the most approved style. She extends her sincere thanks to h...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Family Grocery & Provision STORE. THE subscriber would inform his friends and the citizens of Ticga counly generally, thai he lias just received a large and surnror sop p> " groceries and provisions. ^ SUC H A8 Teas, Sugars by the barrel or otherwise Coffees, Molasses, Stewart's Syrup, Rice, Pepper, Ginger, Saleratvs, Allspice, Indigo, Tobacco, Soap, Mould and ^ Sperm Candles, Sail by the barrel. * or sack, Mackerel by thewholeC J and i barrel, Codfish by the 100 or single pound, I. Flour, Cheese, Crack¬ ers, Butter <£• Eggs, together with every other article in the Grocery line, lower than con be got at any other place in town, up ho is determined to make quick sales at sinn 11 profits. IMmnkful for past favors he would most respectfully invite his friends and the public generally to give him a call and examine for themselves. M. M. CONVERS. Wcllxunroiigh, May 27,1853.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

tFtHfmWT^ieA\* tNr*6RS.f¥% ¦¦ .-:- 1 ^°' <ypjikifm&fk. \ ¦ "/¦vr ¦ ' ' ' i'npHE FAt^vTI$M' ' oNfi»l niw'Mediral ' :-«-' Scioolftf r liatef,)WilIe«arn ; ene«ott the nrit Monday in Ootoberil8M,todeontiottofoar month*; :¦ TbiSviUnt #/JJtttbing here panted, i» entirely tical, than thit 'of any other Medical' S<)hool ' in tne country; It is based , si ftr af possible, upon the po»iliraSde'riCe»,cb»«|uentljr,frce of flU eodrand do^afc;-Theionihcbea of stody»re.di'rided»ceo»- ding to the|r natural order .of spccowitnMnd . Uoght in four progressive conrsei In each year. lhns . onabliing tho ^students Id p ' a»S succesiiveW through ill fcurcoarses ' wilhintwo years. By tbis arnngemeottheftudy is rendered easy, and possessed of of daily lnprea»ing interest , . , ' . < *• ', ¦ . ' Ladies .desiring, a thoroughly scientific Medical Education, or any ' part particularly interesting them have facilities here, nowhere else to be. found. ' : | For Announcements contain...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

SASH & BLIND FACTORY. COVINGTON, TIOGA CO., PA. kinds of square =* ¦" HMjHnBBB "™1 ™" common sizes « m S|Si§B8Bwa """ ™ conbtanlly on no HKgSsSBH — — self that he can mike ns good an article, and sell it as chiap as can be obtained at any estabishment in Pennsylvania or New York. Call and see. DAVID S. 1RELAN. Covmglon, MaJch 2,1854. 83* Tlie subscriber ia also Agent for tho sale of Dr. D. Jaynes celebrated Family Medicines, also Scarpa's Oil for Deafness. D.iS: I.

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

CASH PAI»! FOR WOOL,! AT THE WOOLEN FACTORY situs -^"^- ted ori the plank road lending from Elklnnd to Addison. Also, WOOL MANUFACl'VRED INTO CLO TUS of every description (or farmers' wear, for three ehjllfriga per yard, or on shares at tho halves. Wool Carding & Cloth Dressing done on short notice The subscriber would say to his former patrons and the public generally, that ianowdoi'ng bnsinjpv, not with a one-horse water power, but on a durible nlreum of wnler that nnver l' ail<—has TWO DOUBLE CUSTOM CARDING MACHINES, FOR CARDING WOOL INTO ROLLS. Also, an entire set of machinery expressly fur Manufacturing Wool into Cloth, all of \v)tich is in good order for doing bupinepp , which will unable me to CARD ALL WOOL brought from a distance the same day, so that Iho rolls can he tuken back immediately. All work entrusted lo me shall he wtll done. O* ftfnst kinds of produce taken in pnyment for work. Terms—Fury Dotcn. Addison, June 15. "54. L. C. PENDLETON.

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Mr. Pollock on tiie Stump.—Hon James Pollock left Milton On Friday for Pitts burg, with the view of meeting the people o different points in the west, and nddrcssin ihem on the various issues involved in ih present campaign. The following are the ap pointmeots so far as determined by the Com nuVee: Piitsburg, Tuesday, Sept. 5ih. Beaver, Wednesday, " 8lh. Butler, Thursday, " 7lh. New Casile, Friday, " 8ili. Mercer, Saturday, " 9th. Meadvillc, Monday, _ - " lltb; Erif, Tuesday, " 12Uj. We ate informed that Mr. Pollock will al so visit the northern and eastern portions o the State prior to the election. Blair Whig. Ture and tide wait for. no woman,

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

NEW ARRIVAL! ! SPRING GOODS. CUEAPJSR THAN THE CHEAPEST. TONES & ROE, Wellsborough, 1 Po., orq **now receiving direct from New York and Boston Markets, a large and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, REAflYMADE CLOTHING,-HATS 4. CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES , &<L 3tc. ' Cash buyers will find it greatly to their interest tp call' and examine this extensive stock before.purchasing elsewhere, ai they will always findja large assortment to select from, and at prices that we deft •II competition. T Ma«.18.1854.' r\ RINNELL'S Expedition in search of Sir John IT Franklin, by Dr. Kine. Forsttobr , j ' . I FOLEY-& RICHABSS.\ __ / "I ROCKERY ^ & GLASSWARE,, an endv . less variety, now receiving, hy , ' , ' March 3?, . jpN|§ $ RO ,Ij,

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

A NEW and interesting Novel—" Flora Lyndsay," or Passages in en eventful Life—By Mrs. Moodie. For mle by FOLKY & RICHARDS. WHITE CRAPE SHAWLS. —Ladies Will do well to call and examine this Urg« assortment before purchasing elsewhere, at the Cheap Store of [June ].[ JONES & ROE. p ACHECO PRINTS.—60 pieces of Ca-^ checo-and Merimac Prints, of beautiful styles, jaat received by [June 1.] JONES &. ROE. O ABUSHELS Clover Seed just received and for OV *ale by [Mar. 30] M. M. CONVERS. r DRIED APPLES, PEACHES and BERRIES for sale by [Juno 33.] V. CASE. BEEBEE'S STYLE HATS.—A few catea of Beebee't latest style Silk HsU just received by [June 1.] JONES & ROE. •jlTATHEWS* HORSE REMEDY.—The ITjL greatest JHoree Medioine in nee, for sale by Koaxriile, Jtine 29,-l£5i V, C^SfJ.

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

NEW GOODS. rpHE subscriber would respecifull y infomi •*- hi* customers and friends that he still continues the mercantile bnfinesc, at the old place, <t ihe we.l known store of L. I. Nichols, where he will be happy lo wait on those that will favor him with a cnll, nnd would invite the attention of the public generally (o his large and comtnodions slock of DRY GOODS GroceriesReady-Made Clothing : and Hardware, CROCKEKY, WOODENWARE, (STONE. WARE, BOOTS •& SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, <Jsc, &c, in fact everything else kept in a country store, articles too numerous to mention, and will sell cheaper than can be bought this side of Now York city. All kinds of produce taken in exchange fur (roods al the highest market price. J. It BOW EN. Wellaborough, .June 29,1854.

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