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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
Freemen, Can you vole for John W. Ryon, who is pledged to vote for both Pollock and Bigler ? Do you wish bucIi a man to represent you in the legislature this winter 7 Will you trust a man, who, not having confidence iu his own merits, or in the attachments of his own party, sloops to employ such meant to en-«uro his election ? Read tl;e letters from Messrs. Ballard, Sherwood &. Chapman in another column —are they men who would falsify their words? No. Let il be borne in mind that nothing less than the impeachment of those men can clear Mr. Ryon from the chargu of double-dealing. It is said that he admits both of tlioso letters lo be true, and attempts to explain away their flat contradictions by saying, that he pledged himself for Pollock because of the Nebraska sentiments in Biglcr's Fulton couiily speech. That after reading ihe Governor's Montrose speech, he pledged his vole for Bigler. But we are assured that his conversation with Mr. Sherwood took place before tht Go...
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
Tour Attention It requented, lit—To the. indisputable fact, that many leading democrats in the 6th of July mass-meeting, and later, in the Tioga Convention, boldly repudiated any man for office who was not openly and unequivocally opposed to the Nebraska iniquity. ' 2u—That kbese very men are now moving smaller things than " Heaven and Earth" to get votes for Got. Bigler. 3d—That Got. Big ler laid in his Fulton county speech, that, " He had defended the Compromise measures, and he would defend the Nebraska hill." 4th—That Gov. Big ler said in bis Montroso speech, " Could I have controlled it, I would have organized those territories withont disturbing the Missouri Compromise." 5lh—That a man who preaches ' one doctrine in Fulton county, and another in Montrose directly opposed to each other, is not to bo trusted in the Executive chair of this Slate. 6lh—Can any good anti-Nebraska man rote for such an embodiment of contradiction ? 7th—Read his self vindication in another column. ...
Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
For the A gitator. I« a Man Known by the Company he keep*? Mn. Editor:—Will somphndy bp kind enough to answer ihe I ' nllnwins; questions: Is a man known by the company he keeps ? If so, what doe ' s the appearance of .Gov. Bi gler here, in the company of mpn'who gained rafher an enviable share of notoriety from being intimately connected with! ibft great "smash-ups" of the Towanda and Silver Lake Bunks, indicate ? Is llie Governor a Bank man 1 Why did he appear hnnd-in-glnve with n Philadelphia rowd y politician of t"he Cant. Rynders' school 7 Could not the Executive of the second Stnte in the Union schoose less suspicious characters for traveling companions t ' Did his being found in rucH company bring about the laughable self-introduction of a certain young couplo as husband wife, who-fcertainly—were—not—sucK I Q.
Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
The Main Elkction.—The recent signal defeat Of the Democrats in Maine has called forth the following consoling language from the Washington Union. The Union says,: " As usual, every democrat is defeated in Maine—the telegraph is so sure of it that it would be criminal to doupt that truthful indicator of public sentiment. We have never known the telegraph, in such cases, to tell the truth before, and of course, therefore, it tafia the truth now. And yet we have to tay to our readers—what we have said bsfore—that a party bold and base:enough to ally to itself all the factions and isms of (he day can scarcely fail to succeed at the first or second trial; but, for ourselves, we are like unto the progressive Frenchman, who, in leading n great reform, declared to his friends that he had ' placed his bark upon the hi g hest promontory, and fearlessly awaited tho rising of tbo waters to float it away/"
Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
READ YOUR IICKETS And trust only your own eyes; there is no certain safely without. Look out that your packages are not inixed. Act on your own responsibility, think for yourself. It is Baid ' that " The rank and fie of thf Democracy are governed by a clique of Wellsborough politicians!" Freemen, what have you done to warrant such a libel 1 Have you suffered Purty to hide, or thrust aside Principle? We will not believe you capable of doing such a wrong until il stands confessed in your actions. Into your hands is committed the purity of the ballot-boxwill you aid in prostituting it to the base purpo.«es ol desig ning politicians 7 You cannot, you dare not. Let committees of Vigilance be stationed at the polls, and let them «ce thnt no lickeU are destroyed or wasted. Be active, be vigilant.
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
0 TO THE POLLS EATIU5 And take your neighbor wilh you. Rouse the indifferent, and urge them to go to tho polls and vole for the anti-Nebraska ticket. If you would rebuke the Ireachory of men in hig h pUces—if you would give the South to understand that ithe freemen of Pennsylvania will resid the allrmpllo jilant slavery upon rrce soil—roie A>r tbe anti-N<*bra«kft ticket.— Now is the lime-to write your names beside those of the freemen of Maino and Iowa.
Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
Rev.B. L Swan, showed us, one day, Inal week, a h'ind.wriling in the former of, a cue-bill, of Benedict Arnold , of Revolutionary memory. It is in plain, old fashioned running characters, wnl| adapted for spped in permanship. We thought much better of the wriiinj! TthRn or the man whojpenned it. —Litchfield (Ct) Republican.
Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
07 Owing to a press of work in tho office we were unable to report the Gownlor' * speech. We engaged W reporter, but be has not reported anything up to going to presi. Our neighbor will publish from tiit original ffnvnueripL ~ f. giWhl^ lVlt! Bight? fi ; .^y.Bij|Wr and bJsiWlre.pul|ersinTioJia. e«y ili|t thefN ' ebraWtjii queatiiaioanaot, and should njit fce majjSan jtpue in?the coming election, Tbst lbs GoVefnor'&f this-State anicounty offlcsri bavenotar ing to do with the question ' of Sluvory. T ""T»vrd-yrambT»tyrt'*~ ! -— - — v^ - > >."Tto/bttbtair«utj..|»fyined. fcr lU^uTMthraw dfW present 1 mtlonSIAdmlbiitrattonV We meri -puppet snd tool-of the Slave power.: It must be overwbolmed at^yety point, With ignpminiqus defeat We cannot shorten its constitutional term of existence, ' but we must strike downili ALLIES/in eve. ry rftate, Pistrir.t andjCOUtfTY. It must Jiave^no props in the Stales upon wliicli t6 lean ibr Bupport of its' iniquitolfB policy. ...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
Ssow-NoTBtse atock is quoted abov» par to p^- sWRnM,!®**- co. Th| e undersigned,having been Appointed by the Crystal ^Spring Lodge of Gpcid Templars, a committee for thafpurpone-, respectfully : beg leave to addresithe:citizens of Tio. ga cpunty upon the subject of thV.vote to be taken 6ji\thiyfSecohif ^ TueTsdaj^ of Oc tober inst.J f $r: arid against ^ a ' : Prohibitory Li quor Lawl Tht* 'legislature test whiter " pnased an apt which was sanctidnecl by ' the Governor, jsubmitting the question to the decision of the legal rpters of JPerijisylvonja . This was virtually isaying, if ifi .e; jfeppfe decide in favor of such a law, the Legislature of next winter, will be honorably bound to pass a Prohibitory Liquor Law, and the Governor io sanction it,' and it equally implies that if a maj"rity.of the votes are against Prohibilion, no such law m\\ at present be passed. The question having been-'submitted ;o (he people, and all parties having accepted this method of testing the sam...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
would annihilate every particle of intoxicaling l,ou<ir if you could. . Fellow citizens, look aroundyou and p°"" oui any good reeling from the use of mtox-, tenting liquors is a beverage. Who profits b, dnoking it I Who profits by Ihe sale! Do the citizens who buy it? There are a few, it is true, who apparently profit by the traffic—it ia those who make, and those who sell. But oh, ihe misery, the loss, the ruin to be set off against llieir small gain ! A few words 10 the regular bred politicians, who expect to go ahead by systematized pohncal machinery. Had not you better vote lo - Prohibition ? If the State goes in favor c ' u. ihe question is settled, rfnd wont be bothering you herenfier. But if we are dr. ieaied this fall, do you expect us give It up 1 i\c sirs, by no means I It is a great moral ouesiion «»d we shall see il out sooner or laie. H will prevail in the end. We are ranient this full not lo interfere with your po ii'ica: organizations, and we expect you a...
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
horn liu //arrijtmrr K'vtlont v Aup Vi lixgler't Olhnal onm. Gon READ GOVERNOR BIGLER'S SELF VIWDIGATIOR 111" unscrunlons mi<n pie-.entalion of Mr c>'i<n»"- C. ' hiisi'. nv which n»' south' t<i plice \mi Ii:_>ip ' in n I,no nnsi'i'<r. or, in- pri-a 1 t"'ii - "iif invnlvpd in tli" r>"i«'ii o' Hi' 1 uwuin *•' ¦ u ' ii'i Mus'Hir ('(impromis 1 . tins, nios ' ni> !" ' tin-.i Di'iMi i-xiinscil ii, in> i/iiV'Tiii'T iiim-- . M ".pi'd-h inndf ii l-ui[n[ cuiinlv nn '•' "i in- We find lh' f iimwins: un>ir>. vif .i'i' , |.||ji.,|inn in a .' .K'-icli o ' ine mvwIi - ¦ Ii' 1 \' I.wipe: iw,.. cniiii' n ')]!• ' niieii ,Spirt: «n^ »»< nn . nni! publish-L I' ll,> I i<i M Pi \i .« l«- ¦ "Gov. Bifflor said r>ewa?amem-Dt- o c tno democrauc Dam. and Uia; parn Jtad a rielit io demand vin'Uier ne suo.»cribcd to tnc great ui'inocrauc prmciuic of self-frovcrninent embodied in the Nebras-•v« Dii. 1...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
R.<>.3omiimUoii of Mr. Grow, I tie Congressional Cnnferenre winch met a' tint place on Wednesday, Oh in"!., unanimously nonunaied Hon. G. A. GROW, n>r re-election io Congress The Ti"gn Conferees failed to appear, ciihnr from misapprehension m regard to ihe day of meeting, or morp protiab'j because ihe Conlerence wns a mer»- form, eocry Contention which has mut in this District nf bo'h parties having resolved io support him. The uiiimVimniis endorsement wliich Mr. Grow lias received n' ihe hands ol his I'onsliluenK ««« m'Titi'il b\ his luleli'v in tlie ' interi'Bis of h:e (•[in'-n'iii'nis, ainl b y hi^ inte"rii\ in o|'pn»uiii, ihii'liab everv s:ag>- tlie Ri--pe.i. (ii lh' Mi~"iin Cfiiinri'iMiw. l)ividetl a- thi'\ miv b' 1 . np..n ih'- pnl|.-x ..f >np. porii:» ••'h'" ' eniidiil.ili'.. Ii ¦( • -¦•n- i'n<-nf . ;ue united m th" di s'p in»i (I- ennui i:."ii in aprp-s llieir oppn^num :•' 'I'n' u 'qiu't u~ in'-tsur^, :nnl 'he r> lurn nf \...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
TO THE PUBLIC T DEEM it proper to sny Hint ihe ration of J- ol' my being out of Plaster, for the last few damn was owinir lo circumstances bevond my controld The Canal between Cuv'iitra Bridge and the Junrtio dock, was noi in readiness at ihe tune toadtrrtiss in omiT-quencc ol building a nuw Look. Cut a KHES11 SCPI'Ly h.is jail been received, and will hi- ground to supply all that niuv <-m\. Come ore, come all. l.MOS B1XBY. Mansfield. Mav J3. 1S54. lire &, \\ inter. /^ ?.. ORAY, is now prcpiirnd ti T'lrniNri ^« u short notice, common SUCTION fc FORCE PU.UPS, for \VcJJ« j»d Chiernt. and also has constantly on hand, LEAD PIPE for convey UiU water liom Springs. WelUuoruugli, Aug. 3, 1854-tf. - «1 a> ing Utensils^ GRN'TLEMK.V. plr>,isp rail nl J. R. Bow. en's cheap store and look at his large amort, ment of Haying Tools of all Kinds, which he will sell cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. Wollsborough, June 29, 1854. €lothing! Clothing! ^ " 'ENTLEMRN ...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
NEW SPB1N6 GOODS THE subscriber ' s are " now opening their stock of GOODS for the Spring Trade, comprising a ftj.ll and complete (raorttnent, and of the TjsubI yarietjt, which wtll, us heretofore, be eold a.U very amaJl proBt for A$AJ) .Y PAY. Bepg deUrmined not to be onderroAl by oar neighbors, our goods are marked at the lowest figure; and we Invite ft comparison of our goods and prices v/ith any other in the market. Among the' assortment of DRY 6OOD8. yrill be found » great variety of Ladies' Drees Qooda consisting in .part of Bereges, Berege Delanes, all-wool Delanet, Lawni, plain and printed; Ginghumt, Englith, Scotch. '' and American ; Poplins, Prints of all shades and colors, a good stocfc of SILKS. Also, for men'a wear mny be found Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, silk, satin and summer Vestings. Also, Sheetings, Shirtings, bleached and brown. Tickings, Summer Goods for boys' wear, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Cotton Batten, with a variety of other nic...
Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
' DJBATUSi ' . Pied, in this tillag* on the 27th ulL, CHARLES M. son of J. N. and Sarah Bicho, «gad 1 year and 4 moDths. "They grow not OM,Uid loved who perish young." "TyAtiON FOR SALE.—The subscriber* » » hate a new twwhorne Spring Wagon, which flier will sell clioap for Caoli or good paper.' Oct. 5. f QLEY & BAILEY. Hofse lor Sale. LIORSE, Pedlar W"nji,,n and Harness for - I-A Sole by Uie subscriber, cheap for Cash or upproved paper, sepuralel y, or togollier. The horse is a good,serviceable animal. [Oct. 5.1 w. D. BAILEY. Public INoiice. DEV. J. F. ' CALKINS County Supprin-*¦ *» tendent of Common Schools, wil! deliver a lecture at tlio request of the friends of Education, on Tuesday evening, nth in«t. f at the Cuurt House in WelUborough. Subject, ' Tile Common School Sys. tern, and Education generally. " SCHUUL DIRECTORS October 5,1854. of WtUtborough. , Leather! Leather! T F. RlllliHOLLR, takes this method ** • to inform Shoemakers, Harnesamakerg »nd the public ge...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
vV ilmot and Bigler.—The determination manifested in cerluin quarters lo repre. s-enl Judge Wilmot as a Iriend of Bigler, induces us to reprint the following resoluiions adopted at a mesMinu of democrats in Sullivan county, in winch Mr, Wilmot look part.— The following are the resolutions : Resolved, That »e have no reason to believe thai Gov. Bigler agrees wiih us in nnv point connected wnh the question of Slavery now agitated ; we know he recommended the passage of a law ullowing slaveholders lo carry their slaves through this Slate ; we know he endorses the Fugitive Slave Law, which tramples upon our personal righ's ; wr know his election would be regarded in every part of the Union as a triumph of the allies of slnverv, and as Ihose who are not for us, in this mmler, are against us, we declarp Gov. Bigler unworthy of our support. Resolved, That inasmuch ns Mr. Pnllock has declared explicitly thnl he is in favor ol rcenucinj; the luw which prohibited slavery in ihe territorie...
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
COWERS' Emporium of Fashion, CHEAP CLOTHING, Ac. TV!" Al. l.'O.NVEHi hns j usl recrivt-d from iiX. ) \cw York, the largest and most carefully selected a&itorlmcnt of CLOTHS, VESTING, CASSIMERS SATIIMliTTS, TRIMMINGS, &c, ever brought into this country, which ho will sell for heaoy fay cheaper than any olhti establishment His stock comprises a general assortment o every variety of Clothing, from a low price up. SUMMER COATS—tor Men and Boys—a large assortment. DRESS, FltOCK AXD SACK C0ATS~o(a\ery description, size and color. PANTS—every style and quality. VESTS—of every style, color and description. SHIRTS, Under-shirt's Drawers, Collars, Over-All» Over-Shirts, Suspenders, (JIuvcb, Umbrellas, Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, together with SELP-ATUUSTINO, STOCKS, &c, Arc. HATS AND CAPS, of every description—the largest assortment m town. Roots, Shoes, and Gaiters, for Alen, Boys, and Women, a largo variety. Trunks, Vtilisex, Carprt Bugs, <$fc, t$-c. ...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
CABINET MAKli\6. BT. VANIIORN would inform the citi-• zens ol Wellaborough and vicinity, that he h.is purchased the interest of hie 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 mate to order all kinds of Cabinet Furniture—such as Sofas, Divans, Ottomans, ' Card, Centre. Dining Sf Breakfast Tables, Dross Stands, Dress and Common Bureaus, MAHOUONY & COMMON WASH STANDS, Cottage, French and Common Ihilsteude, of every description, together with all articles usually made in bin line of business. From his knowledge of the business he flatters himself wiih Ihe belief that those wishing to purchase, would do well to call and examine bis work before sending eUewhere for an inferior article. COFFINS, of every variety, made to order, at short notice, and reasonable charges. TURNING done in a no.it manner, at short notice. ¦Q j Chairs! Chairs! |r^^^ ^ In addition lo Ihe above, the subscri. lraaS...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
WEIiLSBORO' ACADEMY IlHE FALL TERMX this InitituKqn tfill JL oommenc* on the 4th 'day of September next, under tbe ehargo of Mr. NEWELL L. REYNOLDS, a gradutt«,of Madison UoiTersity. . Mr. Reynqlds bns had charge of Ibis _Aca4otpy for one term, and bu given thus far . TJniverial gatis. faction. . ,; From the testimony receited of Iris chirtcter and qualifications, from his experience in teiicliing, and from his great success here ana elsewhere , we can cheerfully recommend the School to the patronage 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 patliculat at. temion and inotructionjboth Irom the Principal ami the Count; Superintendent of Common Scliodlp. Arrangements have likewise been made to procure suitable Chemjeal and Philosophical instruments, such as arc used in the hi g her order of Schools in the Stole of N...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
WAX AESR1VAL! SPRING GOODS. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. TO.NE8 & ROK, WellsHorousili, Fn., nre " now receiving direct from Now York and Coston Markets, a large and well nclccled stock of DRY ti O O D S , GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, READYMADE CLOTHING... H\TS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, ,tc, ice. Cash buyer* will find it greatly to their int<-.re«l to call and examine this extensive stock before purchasing elsewhere, as Ihey will alwnya find a l.irye nssorlmonl lo kcIocI from, and al prices tbat we defy all competition. flay 18, 1854. ARNOLD'S,/ Bakery and Variety Store. BCXS ION, MILK, nUt'VER 6c Common CRACKERS, Frc«h Baked, by Ihe Ib., or l>bl. Family Raking, and Parties, t'nrnUhid at short nolico. Deal" also in GROCERIES PROVISIONS, FOREIGN 4- DOMESTIC , GREEN If DRIED FRUITS. CASH paid for Butter, Eggs Cheese, Lard, Grain and other products of the Farm. W. J. ARNOLD, Agt. RUFUS ARNOLD. Corning, N. Y., Aug., 3, 1854-tf. GUI NN ELL'S Expedition in se...