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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
The I'ltdiiiHiroKY Lvw.—Ouihedavol our iiunuttl Oi-iobi-r elei-u .n, th1' people will be called upon io vote lor or a^ain.-t u prohibitory liquor li«'. Tins is independent ol all parties nml all piiriy nrran^emitit-. Il is in be n (fisini! t expression nf the. cmzpus of Pennsylvania irrespcctm" of paru m I ' .ivnr or iijisiinsi a law Miml-ir in the one now sn pnpulir in iMiine nnd in V' ertnoul, anil in snme o lu-r ¦ .tales, anil which has pioilure.l such Ii. ti'-fic-enl effe,..is. We lee 1 f.in\ in:-i-il llml the majority of the people will volp in f.ivor ol '¦ucli a law, if il is not liniiiiileii and lost si_;hl of at the polls. The friends ol temjierance in everv election ih~rrii-I, should S' e to it lhat there are lieknis on I In- i/iound in favor of ihe measure, nnd iwo or three n^ii ve men io act as a committee of vigilance 10 secure, every vote possible for Sn bcii' firi nt a projncl. If the people Knni'tion tin: measure, we have no doubt the LpgUlaline nnd (invcrnrir wil...
Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
List of Letters ¦p EMAlNING in ih" P-st Ollice at Wells -'-* / borough, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1854: Andrus, .Miles JolinRnn, Juhn Arnold, Jacob ' Jolin»»n, Jolm L. Bdkrr, William Johnsnn, Lewis iirydcii, Jiistpb S. Jackson, M. Ivczia Bird-iull, Binjaniin Kimbull, John Brooks, S ucl, Esq, Kcnedy, Gcirge liu.-llcy, E Etq. Krtisse.'Uarid Broh.il. MisK Cnlliirine I.ickcr, Simron Curren, lilian Kxq. Miller, B. F. • Calkins, U. S. 2 Morris, Julin Clark, Arvine Maddison, Warren Davidson, 0. M.iynnrd, Jolm Kaq. Diniock, L. Nile», Mrs. S. C. Dimoclt, M. L. rtiveu, Geo. W. ; Uiiimck, Seldon B, Nickemun, Mrs. Ruth Darin, Nelson O»born, Albert Fanner, Daniel Prcntis, Silas D. S Foster Mrs. Nancy Peake, All'red 3 Gibhon», Jiii.ej.ti B. PoHt, Henry 2 Cffurd, James Robinson, Mrs. Mary Gorl.v. Jolm R. Ruhsul, Allnd Hall/JameK R. Thomp.«on, Miss Harriet Hai>liiig> ' , J. S. Thomson, Mum Lydia Hammond, ilrs. BeUey W;jl«on,' Hi.'iiry [Dealer Hardy, John B. Wosbliurn, Mr. Furniture...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
Frecuifiii, Look at il. In relaimn io ih<; expeciaimn of ihe Admini-lrnli'in lp.nr)ers to control ihe People, the N. Y. Ecening Post, ihe oldest nnd ablest democratic, paper in existence, has ihe following : We know 'hat the opinion prevails nl Wnshinuinn 'hal tbp people will take almost any doctrine from the mouths of their poliiical leaders and make it their own. "All we have to do, " say the politicians who now conlml the two [louses, " is lo sny of any measure thai it is an Administration measure, and Ihe pariy will, sooner or later, wiih more or less irouble, but finall y and certainly, he brought over to its support." That there i? corns trulh in this rule, of polincnl management we do not prelpnd lo deny. Il has bpen frequenc y illustrated in the history of our country ; all parties like to c»nform lo the opmrnns nf their leaders. The case of N"w.Hampshire shows 'hat the rule is noi nf universal application. Parly sub-Rprviencv is not equal to all demands tha. ' ar...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
CASH PAID FOR WOOL! AT THE WOOLEN FACTORY si.ua -^ led on the plank road leading from ElKlind In Adriison. Also, WOOL MANUFACTURED INTO CLOTHS of every description for farmers' waur, for three «lullftig» per yar(J, or on shares &t tiic ImlTes. Wool Carding & Cloth Dressing done on Bhort notice Tho subscriber would say to his former patronsand the public generally, that is now doing business, not iciih a one-horn water povoer, buLdh a durabia stream of water that never fails—hasT"WO DOU. BLE CUSTOM CARDING MACHINES, FOR CARDING WOOL INTO ROLLS. Also, an entire »et of machinery expressly for Manufacturing Wool into Cloth, all of which ia in good order for doing business, which will enable me fo CARD ALL WOOL brought from a distance the same day, so that Uie rolls can be taken back immcdinlely. All work entrusted to me shall be tcell done. IX Mont kinds of produce taken in payment for work. Terms—Pay Down. Addison. June 15. '54. L. C. PENDLETON.
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
T.MI'OHTAN'T TO LAWYISKS & JUS--I- TICES OF THE PEACE. — Supplement to Pardon's Digest. A Digest ol ' ihe Laws of Pennsy lvania from the 29th dny of May, 1853, to the 18th d.iy of .May, 1854, with the older lawn nnt included in the last edition of the Digcul—By F. C. Bricjhtlt, Esq. For sale by FOLEY &. BAILEY. McKENZIE'S 5000 Receipt*. Ludies Medical Pocket Companion, Gentlemen's Medical Pocket Companion. For B'-ile U y FOLEY &¦ BAILEY A NEVV and imereslina Novel—" Flora -£*- Lyndsay," or Paasnges in an eventful Life—By Mrs. Moodie. For sale b y . FOLEY & PAILEY. Know-nothing or Kn..w.s. " . methini', know enough to go to BOW EN'S EMPIRE STORE and buy a Widc-awikt Hat—or any other kind of a Hat that ynu uro a mind to select from bis Idrge stock. Sept. 12, 1854. VyIDE \ WAKE HATS.— Just recfived * * at the Empire Store a larye stock of Wide-Awake, Hungarian and Kostutb- Hals. Call and ter. 8ept. 12, 1854.
Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
To Persons out of Employ. UU'llt. 8500 to 91,000 A Vcir. BOOK AGENTS WANTED. r l^l 11'! .•mW'riliHr |iiilili-ht<s ii iiiinibHr of inosi JL valuable PiutnriaI Books, very popular, and of such a moral and religious influence thut while good men nisiy safely eng ige in llieir circulation, ibey wil contL-r n puhlic benufit and receive a fail comprngation fur their labor. ilJ* To mrn o( enteriirise and tact, this business offers an opportunity lor profitable employment sul. dum to be met with. lH/" Persons wishing to cnuagc in their pule, will receive promptly by mail, a Circular containing full pirliculars wub " Directions to perfona disposed lo .id is A?cnL«," tojrctlier with the terms on which they will be furnished, by addrepsiug tin 1 subscriber, post-paid. KOBEKT SE \I!S, Publisher, 181 iV illiam Street, New York. O* In Prr-«», und rradv lor Ajjenlfi b y the first of OiImIiit, 1?34, " Stars' Illvstralrd Description of tht Kusaiflft Umpire." for tVirlht'r particulars addres...
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
.\EW GOODS. TT-iE subscriber would rcspecM' ullv inform -*- his customers and fiicnds that he still continues the cncrcaimle bOsincss, at Ihe old place, at the we.I known store of L. I. Nichols, where he will be happy lo wail on those lhat will favor him with a call, .ind would invite Ihe attention of Ihe publio generally lo his large and commodious slock of DRV OOOD8, Groceries, Rcn<lr>Itlnde Cloth - ins nnd Hardware, CROPKERY, WOODEN WARE, STONE'•f.\l(E, HOOTS & SfJOEQ, HATS •SD CATS. &n.. Jcc, in fact everything else kept in a country iHorr, articles loo numerous to mention, and will self cheaper than can lie bought Ibis ude ol Now York city. All kinds oi' produce taken in exchange fur goods al the highlit market price. .' . R. BOWEN. Welltlioniuch, June 2:\ 1S51.
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
Important. WHEREAS, on the mytil of tho 24lh Ot March last, James 1. Jackson, and others by the use of false keys or otherwise, forced their way into iho dwelling house of the subscriber, while Hit fumily were absent and removed his goods out of tho Jiouse in order to get possession—and further, ihe said James 1. Jackson look possession of the Books belonging to the subscriber,and refuses tods, liver them over lo him, for all of which, the said Jiimcs I. Jackson and others hove given bail for Iheir appearance lo the nejt court ol Quarter Sessions. This is therefore to forbid all persons pnying any accounts to James i. Jackson made at Ihe woolen Factory nnd Saw Mill from that time until the 1st day of March, A. D. 1652, as I have a Icane of the Woolen Factory and Saw Mill from lhat time until the 1st day of March, A. D. 1855, binding me to collect all debts for work done. LEWIS C. FENDLETON. Delmar, July 27,1854-tf.
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
TnB Pnotnui-roHY Liquor Law Convpntion met again in. Philadel phia on Monday. A resolution nominating Jamea Pollock as (he Temperance candidate for Governor was offered, but declared out ol order. The committee appointed to investigate the charges against Mr. Hamilton, ihe Temperance nominee for Senator, reported in ex. lenso favorably to Mr. H. A number of gentlemen, however, expressed their dissatisfaction wiih the report, nnd declared their intention to vote for Mr. Browne, the Democratic nominee for the same office. Subsequenlly, during the afleraoon session, n reso. lution was adopted by a nearly " unanimous vote, recommending the Hon. Jam-s Pollock as the Temperance candidate for Governor
Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
BOWEVS EMPIRE STORE Important to the Puhlic. 'in. It. BOU'EN'S Empire Store the f\ lime has finally come, when Goods can bo bought as cheap in Wellsboroagb, as al Elmrro,Cor. ning, or in any uther lown west of New York ; antf Ihe public »l large are invited to call and tuiufr Ihemt'clves that Ibis is no Humbug. Al J/R. Bowen's will always be found an oxten sire assortment of well selected DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, BOOTS & SHOES and a large variety of Genllcmen'B Clothing, HATS. CAPS, SIII UTS, COLLARS, SCARFS, &o all of which will be disposed of at a reduced price ;. K. BOWEN. Wellsborongh, July 27, lP54-lf.
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
A lew days as»o, says the, Niagara Mail, an enormous sprpeni was discovered in 'h" U»rden of M.iflai's HdipI, Niagara. This most truculeni looking repiili: was nbout 12 feel Ion", and as thick almost as a min's leg. After sundrv sintngems he was lakpn alive by Mr. Moffil, and safely barrelled up. It lurnpd out to be an Anaconda, which got away from an exhibition thai had bepn held on the Common about a fortnight previous, since which time his snakeship had been enjoying himself at large, nnd feeding luxuriously on chickens, of which a considerable number hnd disappeared very mysteriously from ihe neighborhood. Hon. David Wilmot This eloquent champion of Freedom isde-; nounced by the Governor's organ, the Pfttriot, as a " TiiAiToa," and one to be despised and proscribed by the " faithful." And why ? Simply because Judge Wilmot, deceived three years" agoby the hypocritical professions of Governor Bigler, on the Slavery que.stion, is determined, not to trust him again, and to...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS At ttowcu'x Empire Store. C WAi Ml i -!¦ 'li " bi'M ;iinl lnr^(><t -tni'!. of Good*; ever ulTiTid to ihe public. Consisting of DRY GOODS, GHOCKUIKS, IIARD.WARL, WOODEN-WAUli, HOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, and a larps stock ol HEADY-MADE CLOTHING! I flatter royelf that 1 can dress a man to particular ./i/« in all cases who desire the read y-made. The Litdics tire invited to call and examine the riche-i and Ih ' -kI assortment of DRESS GOODS ever belbrc offered in market—winch I am prepared lo pell :it prircs ih;il c-innot fail to suit. WelUboruugh Sept. IS, 1854.
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
Thirty Years TN Tllli U. S. SI'.NA I'Lv—AH ihn«P who ¦ *• wish lo know Ihe doines of the U. S. Senate for tliirly yrar». will do ttrll lo cull at FOLEY \ BAILEY'S Bmilt .u,il Jewelry Store, and procure " Beuton'ti Thirty Years in llieU. S. Senate," at ibe Agents price. Cill noon, ns they arc going fast. WulUbnruugh, Aup. 34, 1K54. .School Hooks. A LL the yi-biinl IVmkt Dm hi'f fo'rn -'*- adopted for n*c in the Wt-INboro' Academy, and ail Ihe School Lhstriets of Tn-ga eountv, eau be lud at FOLEY it BAILEY'S, ul the |, ' nbli.-h. r« prices. A supply always un hand. Ahj, ' *4-
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
RegriMter and Recorder. To the Volrrt of Tioga County: The undersigned announces lo Ibe Independent Voter'* ot' Tioga county, tbat be is a candidate for the OFFICE OF REGISTER AND RECORD. ER, at Uie coming October Election. O" As be bus neither money nor time to BpRre in electionccrinjT, bo asks bis friends lo assist him, and thereby confer a particulur favor upon him. WILLIAM D. BAILEY. WellBborongh, Aug. 24, 1854.
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
BOOK.S & JLWSJ.in Jl^S I ' n ci'ivcl in Uh Hci.ii, (S; .1 "li\ Store of FOLEY it BAILEY, a very hrte ptock of Law, Mii-ci'llancous and S>-huol Books e»cr before brought into Tioga County : AUo a large assortment ol Wntchcv, Jewelry, Stationery, &o., ct cet., to sell at the towrtt cash piicet. Welltborough, August 17, lc!54-tf.
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION. T\fHE REAS, bv an Act of the General ' ' Astembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entillud " An A.cl lo regulate the General Eluctioiu of tlu'i Commonwealth," cuaotod on the second day of July, one tlioumind ei ght hundred and thirty.nint, it is enjoined on me to give public notice of such election to bo held, nnd enumerate in xucli notice what officers are to he elected. Therefore 1, HENRY A. GUERNSEY, High Slieriff ' of liie County of Tioga, do hereby make known and give DiiJ public notice lo llie Electors of naid cotinly of Tioga, that a General election will be lu-ld ihro'. out the county on the SECOND TUESEAY OF OUTUBEK NEXT, which will bo the 10(li dny of said month, at the several Districts within the county aforesaid, namely: Electio.v Districts. l«t, Dclmar, at the Court Hounc. i!d, Tiogii, at the Home of James Guodrich. 3d, Oecrfield, aL the kuuxc of Win. A. Fnulkner. 4lli, Klkl.ind, at tho Ralhbum: School ll,>u»e. 5ili, C...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
THE AGITATOK WELL SBOROUGH, PA. Thursday lUornin:;,"Oct. 5 ^ 185*. "^WTjT^JE BilAgKA TICKET. FOR GOVERXOK, JAMES POLLOCK, of Northumberland FOU CANAL COMMISSIONER, GEORGE DARSIE, of Allegheny. FOR SUPREME COURT, DANIEL EL SMYSER, of Montgomery PEOPLE'S CHOICE FOR CONGRESS: GALUSHA A. GROW, of Susquehsmna Anti-Nebraska County Ticket, FOR ItEI'ItKSENTATIVE. \. Tlioma» L. Baldwin, Of Tioga. FOR REGKTKK AND KCUdHDKK AVilluim D, Bailey, Of WrlUbaio roil C(IMM1SSIO>KU. «V U. Welts. Of Joe:son. _ Wtlili-iYcbrai-Un Tliuiid<-i— Maine ^r " SMiko down fli<! Allie*. "' Tlie I'oriiunc hwmrcr. one ol the nlili'sl and truest naners in Hit; Nuiton, thus heralds Hie uloriuus inumi'i. " A nnliiicul irmtii'M swppl over liie Slnle on iMondm. clinrs/cil wnli Die »raih ol the People air-mis- nuliuca' r.-isculiiy in general anci m rwriwufci.-: tvjninu n]i! |>iri) corruption. semliM lo »iiivi-r\, udhuiion 10 Rum, NeOrasKn ai-cviiesccnce. niiiiniialiiv ol sl.iverv and me ...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854
Cheering to the Friends of Free* dom. The elections at the North, since the passage of the Nebraska Bill, have all gone one way—showing that ihe people utterly and indignantly condemn that act of iniquity.— Iowa—Democratic Iowa—of which il Una been boasted inai n never went Whigi has ]u9t been the scene of a great anli-Nebraska and ami-Adinimstrniiou victory. The result there nas been called a Whi g triumph, but tlie Whips never could have gained the State without the aid of the independent friends of freedom of all unrticx. More Eecenily an election has been held in Vermont, which has. resulted in the election of ihe Whig and anti-Nebraska candidate for Governor, by a plurality o( more than 10,000 over his Nebraska Democratic compeutov, and in a sweeping anti-Nebraska triumph throughout oil the minor offices in ihe Suite. The present Governor is a Hunker Democrat, Such hftVi; been, and sucli will continue lo bo the fruits of NebrasKa. Pennsylvunm, wo are now confident, will ran...