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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
' Judge. Pollock. The Free Democrats of] this region appear generallyipleased 'with Judge Pollock. His speech, delivered on the 6th, is considered more satisfactory' than his letter. James McMaster/Esq., questioned him about the Fugitive-law, and is satisfied to vote for him. An Mr. M. is about .the staunchest abolitionist we know, and has most consistently opposed any abatement of principle, we take it as an omen that Judge Pollock will get the full party vote. Neville B. Craig has also expressed himself inclined to vole for Judge Pollock. The probabilities ore that) he will be elected, and then we shall see how this union will work. It is worth a good deal to make the experiment, and the defeat of the old ; Democratic party in Pennsylvania on a slavery extension issue, is a matieVbf great moment. Its moral influence sen scarce be estimated ; but lei the people beware of that old'hydra head, the National Whig party. The country cannot be redeemed until it is destroyed. A great ...
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
101 TBT AOlTiTOK. Mr. Editor :—iSince a correspondent in the last Eagle announces that the <• County once more is safe, " I propose lo agitate ihe subject, of which he Ireats ^ a little further. I don't know how many times you will have" lo explain ihe object for which ihe Aotl-Nebraska Convention was called, before ihe astute man of the Eagle and his correspondent nill understand it. Bui as you-are a "stranger, " not onl y in the county, but likewise 10 the peculiarities of ihe Eagle man, I would suggest that you give it up, as there are none so deaf as those "ho will not hear. The object of that Convention is very \vell known and understood by the freemen of Tioga ; and If the Eag le 't correspondent has any doubts upon the/subject, I advise him to wait patiently until the people through ( he ballot-box, remove them. - ' ' This correspondent thinks the vtay in vyhich Mr. Baldwin Was selected "don'ttoko" with, the majority of Voters fn foiiVcouhl y. BuPMr; B. wofe fahfly...
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
JAH18P0LL0QK , of Northumberland^ DMTO %. SOTSEH,of Hontgoitttay/ ¦¦'- ' K i yoB BBPRBSSNTAMV^, • ; ¦¦ Thomas I. BtildwlO, ^ TUga. FOR R6GISTBR AND BEcdSpER. i V^UH ? to i>. BBll9Tf. "^<W* 1 * . " ., FOB COMMISS(0NEB, . ¦ ,.. -. . ©. B. W0ll», Qf JwlMn, ID* We intend lo give a foil report of Judge Pol. lock's speech in our . next week's !««•, W« <***< do so thia week and meetUbeijiy n ^. Hnw* !—One *fler another UieNqrlhero States ton up tlioir majorities for freedfini. New Parap. shire V ermont, ltiiode, Wand, Conneetiout, and Iowa-they »^i boldly out, g loriously committed for free «oil and flee . men. (CTAScorrfing- to promiaettr* Bad'« nece»8Biy to cnt down the county ticket this week. . Mewrs. Donaldson & Niles, not haviog-'renponded. We cannot conscicntionsly support any man who is too fiutidious to do6ne Ills position.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
TK*o>*ben* a/tt^tfyw^JUjhiHr (ojael ** io;Wli-*he ' jwft*jwijte wbtata;Ata;n»*iai. iio««; bwiyBW^tb* g<*Me pn«tW»Mb»> tiroiiialWtffa i«itftsji» «• wg&iiwri^ile. i». «<*»««%%*<•* &ii;,-*crf£i?WtyyU:;is *• bft^afniHltoB!* } teoiViBoaogi U*>a«ph,^ni. w«Jf .«p&wft ?n jfe. l^fofc!fot»a«d,«hoes-l« HdMMtoWWW n»iit*otaawde<«tk ; y.opi' fuw^-wftweotf BBd 1a© n*aw». fern ' ih»»A PW MWfnW* «ttkft*nd*«i»< i .Winjejvege^fcitoWaoM «y in your creed 1 and if so, is it a vegttpbjgfc productiott'f' - j . -,:!: i"fi -- an;;'.?—.: . -¦ ¦ ./! pj<r< \ .^ihisargaineiit-hM a little fiirlherisc&pe. ijran.lM*. UipterdiclSi-JPur-^siog. iho bowe., Yd* will no jdoUbt-say that the noble Jlprse was designed'for JheWseof man,. And.^f ao whjMiot itvVWkh Whywasla aw and wfektOiil the life, of the barge, and not make ifee'&Uf t cowl .:AH. these things. should b§ deareduip,;aod ihe, limits ol ih#»ubjppt ' ...
Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
A Card.—The undersigned, acting in the spirit of the second resolution adopted in the Ami-Netfraska Convention, held recently at Wellsborough, hereby pledges himself to use his influence in favor of Judge Pollock and his associates on the Anti-NebVasUa ticket, in preference lo Gov. Bigler and his associates on the Democratic ticket—the latier being openly and fully, committed in favor of the Nebraska infamy. And further, if elected to represent the people of Tioga county in Harrisburg, he pledges h's vote and influence for a known and tried anti-slavery extension man for U. S. Senaior, and will work as well as vote for a Prohibitory Liquor Law. THOMAS L. BALDWIN. A Cabd.—The undersigned openly and cheerfully pledge themselves to use their vptes and influence to elect Judge Pollock and his associates upon ihe Anti>Nebraska ticket, in preference lo those whose Barnes appear upon (ho so-called Democratic ticket, and whom we know to be fully committed for the slavery extensio...
Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
ID" Soihjb Ficus sends us another caustic letter llils week, but we enter a respectful protest against his viows upou Mr. Grow ' * position. We can aatis. fy our friend lhat he is slightly mistaken we think. "Eu?" Yours received, and will appeal next week. Will write in a few days. " Jot" Glad to nea your " liand-write" again. Thk Lkotork.—The lecture before the Odd Fel. lows, delivereil by the Rev. Ia\ SuiTU ^ in the Court House on the evening of the 13th insywas an excellent tiling of its kind. We were agreeably disappointed to hear a really practical lecture upon the subject The lecturer struck some pretty hard blows at false professions, and showed little mercy to hypocrites. Besides this, he gave a brief, but interesting hUtory of the origin and ' prdgrcsd of the Order in this country, which, to as, waa of ranch profit The audience was large and atteutive, and lacked not in that u cbiefest ornament"—fine-looking women.
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
Terrific Exflosioh.—The Pennsylvanian has blown up Ihe Know Nothings sky high—and has done it so well that the order no longer, exists,v>.fye; Whiskey Inspector has no«.come-tp the ioitonvoChis troubles. But we, begi to call their attention to a society jusl asdangerous, which they haw not as yet, noticed^ s ,We mean the "Schreckeri' *eitpi Geiulhchaft," o^ " IJpow Somethings, " of—which nhe-ex^Parspn is eaeeuliarjer.aWd^James Campbell isuperintendent We sbbold like! ji> know the 8tfnS, ' grlp9, " ahd pas%ii*o*ds of thisr-etincernTaw ' we"hopo : the Pennsylvanian will reveal ibem as it has dona in ihe " <a«e" of Ihe " Know Nothings. Morgm has ^ last been foun i in that paber. —BerfegCowfoprin f r " ' ¦ ''* ^^nim^i'W^t&ibTS^toW m^b^t ifi&fyfaMlvo ol;*hich peed correctjeB. . . For ultra read-u^er^and " i had no official meJnVbffiftStfaiofngpMr. Grow2*-w»8«n»iibr votiog^M-hadid^-Glad Mj-has a^reafon which yoji can produce btoryytaitf disposed ...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
Register and Recorder. To the Voter $ of Tioga County: The undersigned announces to the Independent Voters of Tioga county, that he is a candidate for the OFFICE OF REGISTER AND RECORD. ER, at the coming October Election. O" As be has neither money nor lime to spare in electioneering, he asks his friends to assist him, and thereb y confer a particular favor upon him. WILLIAM D. BAILEY. Wellsboronab, A»e. 24,1854. . Thirty Yean TN THE U. S. SENATE.—All those who -*- wish to know the doings of the D, S. Senate fot thirty yeors, will do well to call at FOLEY & BAILEY'S Book and Jewelry Store, and procure " Beaton' s Thirty Years in the V. S. Senate," at the Agents price. Call soon, as they are going fast. Wellsborougb, Aug. 24,1854. School Books. A LL the School Boohs that bnve been -^- adopted for n*e in the Wellsboro' Academy, end all the School Districts of Tioga county, can be had at FOLEY & BAILEY'S, it the publishers prices. A supply always on hand. Aug. 24. ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
f^hE ^dbicribers^ arr/Vrio* iopeflingA their JL stock of GOODS fi»tb*8jirlng. •Bride, eom* pri«r«*AH aniooafJ^^ai^Qr .ij^ ' j ud .of^ m^^ l P to-^ tLdeViWd b; D^erf l)^r«, «dtt»> good* krt mtrted at the lowest ' figirei*Md we invtto: a. epajparison ' tjf oor goo^s ahd puces wllb;ajiy otbet k|he.pM^,,^nioD|[J*ojasio^ientof .;,: .. ,... will be found a great variety pf.Ladies' Dress Goods coDsistingin part of, '* '¦' , .' " _ " , \ "¦' ', " " ' , , • : . ' . " .. . Birtges, BtT^epeUnt»,all-wMtDdqinis, Latent, plain dm pritUedfCHng ia^s, ..JEnglUh, Sedf/thandlAmMcan; !, PopUnt, Print ' s of alt shtidei ' ' ' ¦ , . ,, and color^agood ttock ef Xtso, for men's weir may be fonnd Broad Cloth' s, Cauiineres; Tweeds, 1 Kentocky Jean»v silk, iatiD •neTshmmer Vestlnipi: • • - . . l ¦ ¦ ¦ i Also, Sbeetiflgs, Shirtings, bleached and brown . Tickings, Summer Goods .for boys', wear, Cotton Yarn,Carpet Warp,Cotton Batten,,with * variety of other rtlcfcs too nnmerotis to mention. Groceries...
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
COKTER8' Emporium of Fashion, AND CHEAP CLOTHING, &c. "M" M. CONVER3 has just received from -*¦ " -*-• New York, the largest and most carefull y selected assortment of ' ' CLOTHS, VESTING, CASSIMERS, SATINETTS, TRIMMINGS, &c, ever brought into this country, which'he, will sell for RC4DT tat cheaper than any other ettobluhment His stock comprises a general ¦ assortment o ever; variety of Clothing, from a low price op, SUMMER COAIS—Toi Men and Bovs—a large aswrtmenU DRESS, FROCK AND SACKC0A T8—*f**<h ry description, size and color. PANTS—every style and quality. VESTS—of every st y le, color and description. SHIRTS, Undershirts, Drawers, Collars, Over-Alls Over-Shirts, Suspenders, Gloves, Umbrellas, Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, together witb lots of SELF-ADJUSTING STOCKS, &c, &c. HATS AND CAPS, of every description—the largest assortment in town. Boots, Shoes, and Gaiteri, for Men, Boys, and Wooien, a larje varieiy. Trunl.s, Valises, Carpet...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
TO THE PUBLIC. T DEEM ii proper lo say lhal the cause of -I- of my being out of Plaals/, for the last lew daysn w.'S owing lo C'.'cuinslanccs beyond my conirold The Canal belweeo Cayuga Bridgo and the Jnnctio Lock, was not in readiness at the lime lo advertise in consequence of building a new Lock. But a FRESH SUPPLY has just been received, snd will be gronnd to supp l y oil that may call. Come one , come ' all. AMOS BIXBY. Jtfansficld, M»v-33,1851. Fire & Water. CE. GR-A¥, is now. prepared io furnish • at short notice) common SUCTION 4. FORCE PUMPS, for Wells and Cisicrns, and also has constantly bn hand, LEAD PIPE for convey , ing water from Springs. WelUborough', Aug. 3,1854-tf. Having Utensils. /J. ENTLEMEN, please call m J. R. fcow. vXen's cheap store and look at bis large assort, meut of-Buying Tools of all kinds, which he will sell cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. Wellaborouffh, June 39,1854. Clothing! Clothing! G< ENTLEMEN io want of nnyihing in r t...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
^-t**************^^^-^*-*^ **™*-*^ i.hed fptjiiavillainpus outrage on, an unprotediWTeniafe 1 . ; tbeWme is troeFof IhtfmUrderer oT^rtlth'iitXloiurtbia, ewept ' that his Excellency did not go ibrpug h the form of demandina^if ' f prreDrfer. ; ,., ¦ - ¦ , ¦ ' Xtffiyfia ;^enbe ,Gowp?pr i» lafcvor of a t^5?ii*i iaiwi rf*ctw»t jexeculion of the odi-0uM$rjid&git>ve * slS^ ) ytindWeteiit io the e|e<ia«on. of the^Hrequiri^- tfte surrender of- cnminal*t especially if r tbe; <3rimln»l comes fronv a slave Slate* and is 6)9i^*idiiappiji»g a free Jwrson juridjj a view to inctfSsti'.the number qf^lirtes; . ,, But »garn,;^Gteorge,P. Alfaerti seized a woman and her free child and hurried them off to slavery, but was caught in Ibe act, tried and <jQn^ icted.^ The flen. a A. V. Parsons, a derriocrkric iud^ei whe never had a p article of sympathy with me anti-slavery movement, sentenced Alberti to the Penitentiary for ten years;Api among other things said at ...
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
THE subscrioer having recently received his stock of goods for the season, offers sj choice selection of »«T fiOOOs, consisting in part of Broad Cloths, Prints, - Gingi hams, Delaine, Sbarobrayp, Bareges, Lawns, Para, mctles, Alapacas, Velvets, ferown and Bleached Sheetings and Shirtings, Tickings, Sriflipgs, - Wad* dings, Battings, Wickingt, Vestings, Cravats, Stocks* Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cambricks, Lsee*, Trimmings, Grain Bags, Carpet Bags, Cotton Yim, Twine, Carpet Warp, Umbrellas and ParaEph, with a good lot of READY MADE CLOTHING, consisting of Men and Boys' Linen arid: Gingham, Tweed and Jean Coats, Uenine Overalkfand Shirts i VesU,&c. * ' Groceries. , Hyson, Hyson Skin and Young Hyson Teas ; a large lot of Sugars, different grades andF-priccs, Molasses, Syrup, Tobacco, Pepperj Ppite, fJoflfee, Cocoa, Ginger, Soda, Cream Tarter t Sakratns, Candies, Lemons, Oranges, , > Drugs and Dye Slvffs, Painis fad Oils, Window Glass and Sash} HARDWARE. Axes, Shovel*...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED.' rPHB WOOL-GROWER& STOCK Reg. -L inter is the only American journal devoted to the important and profitable branches of Wtel and Stock Husbandry. It contains a vast amount of useful and retiaolt information on the above, and kindred Riibjects, and should be in the hands of every owner or breeder of Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Swine or poultry—whether located East or West, North or South, for most of the matter g iven in its pages is equally adapted to all sections of the Union, the Canadas, Ate. The Sixth volume, commencing July, 1854, has keen enlarged to THIRTY-TWO OCTAVO PA-0£S MONTHLY, and improved in both contents and appearance. Among other matters of interest to Woal.growers , Breeders, Graziers, Dairy men; &c ^ the present vohune contains pedigrees of pure-bred Cattle, Horses, Sheep, etc-, and the name* and residences of toe principal Breeders and Owners of Improved Stock throughout the country. Published id "» best style and illustrated...
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
WELLSBORO' ACADEMY. T>HE PALL TERM of this Instituiioo will JL' commence on' the 4th day of September neit, nnder t.ie charge of Mr. NEWELL L. HEYNOLDS,a-gradoaleof MaUison University. ¦ .. ..Mr> Reynolds baa bad ehorge of this Academy for one term, and has given thus far, universal satis, faction. ' From the testimony received of his character »od qualifications, from bis experience in teaching, and Irom his grefct success here sod elsewhere, we can cheerfully recommundlho School to the patronage of the public. !• In addition to tbe branches usually taught in sach Institotions, there will be a Teachers'' class, composed of those who intend to engage in tbe business of leaching, which will receive particular attention and instruction, bolh Irom the Principal and the County Superintendent of Common Schools. Arrangements hove likewise been made to procure suitable Chemical and" Philosophical instruments, such, ss are osed in the higher order of Schools in the State o...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
NEVV STYLE MANTILLAS—just received a splendid assortment, from a low price up, of entirely new style' . Call and sec thtra at the New Store of JONES¦&. ROE. SHAWLS! SHAWLS! —No* Ladien you have a large tfssprfmenf of beantffol styles to select from at the Cheap Store of Oct. 87, 1859. JONES * ROE. T3ED FLANNEL.—Just received a large ¦»-»' lot of p lain and twilled Ked Flannel, which will be sold Very cheap,-at ifie cheap Cash Stow of Nov. 30,1853. JONES fc ROE. TTtT' OODENW ARE.—Tho largest and org( v V assortment ever offered in this place, for sat* at . [Jpne 10,18S9.} M. M. COHVEBS'. p lNGHAMS? GINGHAMS I—40 piece. vT of small check Ginghams,-at one shilling per" yard, perfectly fast color** jasl reeeived at the Q*s)t Store of [June J v lfi&<.] , JONES & ROE. DLACE SILK MANTILLAS, from the *-* low price of $3.50 up to W0, are now opened for yoor inspection at the Cash Store of.- , . , Junel.l§54. , - . JONEB.^.ROt. J ; ¦VTyAl^TED, nt GRAY'S Siov...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
New Cheap Millinery Oood8, " for Beady-Pay. TOHE Biilwofjber would ^Z*\ ' JL respectfully inform the citi- K** j»jfr tens of WelUboroogh and vicin- yBL^jPSB^sjasfc ity, that she is just receiving a gP^^^ JKm NEW % FASHIONABLE *^&&0tW&^ MILLINERY GOODS, 3 "^* consisting of BONNETS of every v»riely,LADIES CAPS, CHILDRENS' HATS, BONNET LININGS, FLOWERS and RIBBONS of every kind and quality, GLOVES, MITTS, EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS, UNDEUSLEEVES, Handkerchief, Silks, Plain and Barred Muslim), Laces, CoUon and Linen Ed ging, and a varieiy of other things loo nu neroiH to mention. All of which can be oblaioid cheaper than elsewhere Ibis side of New Yiork < :ity. The kubseril er is now doing a Ready.Pay bnsi. ness, and woo d inviie her friends to cjll aud examine her goals before making their purchaser,as she is confidei t they connol suit themselves better at anv other et lablislimenl. Work done on abort noliue and in tbe most approved style. She extends her...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
Family Grocery & Provision STORE. 'T'HE subscriber would inform his friends •*- and the citizens of Tioga county generally, that ho has just received! a large and superior sop ply of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, SUCH AS Teas, Sugars by the barrel or otherwise, Coffees, Molasses, Stewart's Syrvp, Rice, Pepper, Ginger, Saleratvs, Allspice, Indigo, Tobacco, Soap, Mould and Sperm Candles, Salt by the barrel or sack, Mackerel by thevhole, i and'I barrel, Codfsh by the 100 or single pound, Flour, Cheese, Crackers, Butter <£ Eggs, together with every other article in the Grocery line, lower than can be got at any other place in town, as he is determined to make quick sales at Bmsll profits. Thankful for past favors he would most respect, fully invite bis friends arid |he public generally to give him a call and examine for Uiemrelver. M. M. CONVERS. .Welbborongh, May 27,1853.
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
ARRIVALS. Cleavir House, Weu-sbobocch, Penna. P. P. Cliatek, Proprietor. Sept. 12 & 13.—P. Williams, MansBeld ; G. Fullor, do.; 0. P. Roberts, Cioton , R. Childs, Libert; J. Honnu.doj H. Rathbone, Elkland ; S. Darling, do.; W. Merrill, do.; A. Walker, Lawrence; H.8. Lamb, Mansfield; B. B. Strung, Westlield ; LRice, do^ W. fl. Wisncr, EUmira; M. Reddinglon, C. Creek ; C. Slosson, Lawrencevillc; M. C. MoArther, N. Y-; M. Seely, Osceola ; L, Kolb, Lawrencoville j M; Kicninger, do.; J. M. Crontheld, do.; L. Barrett, do.; L. Bird, Coodereparl; I. M. Bodine, Blo&sburg; J. Oildwell, do.; R. Thomas, do.; J. Patterson, do.; J. Jamet, do. 14, 15 St. 16.—Geo. Palnarn, Jersey Shore; C. H. Edwards, Pine Creek; W. Black well, do.; Rev. T. Miller, Covinglon; B. F. Lewis, do.; G. R. Bailey, Mansfield; J.. Rom, Roseville; Hon. S. Roes, Coudersport; D. Meddley, do.; C. H. Place, Tioga.; Dr. Humphrey, do^ E. H. Hopkins, do.; B. S. Gaernney, dw F. Wetherbee, j^Viscousi n; Wm. Welherbe...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854
.,,,vIiAipBS? ,IflliSTITlJTE ^ r ,,..,. T Tbej8 «MWCBMH^1^pUrstttdVls ' : «BlW/ ieaV^bn>^t'Pf;apy^^^ : Mtd je4[^^B|^jlte. coonjrr., ft js ^ baaed ^aa sfi^%J WiW B» < j n W jjl** %ojmi»?< Tbo^i^^of stody an div»Hl itWi dioy to tJieJr iiaturalorder of" succession, ana tangbt bling the students, to pass succesaivelj (hfooih. all, [four cootsea , within two year*. By this «r»tfgementtKesttfdy is rendered easy, and possessed of of aall/lhcreasif/jinterest ; ¦ ¦ •;.-.:ii • , • liadles desirins) «I horoughly scientific Medical Edncaljon , pt any. p»r ; particularly interesting them haye ' &cilitics here, nc where else to be round. ' " For' Aanobn ' tieihCT.i containing Terms, (whteh will always ' be tuM satikftctory,) list of officers, Faculty and oilier par ticulars, please address ,, . • JOS. S. (LONGSHORE, M. D. Diajj , No. 160 Arc.h.sL t. or Bo; 1083, Philadelphia P. O. l*pgj%lS r - ' ' . "''' - - ¦ ¦