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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
Slavery Restriction Not Kcpcaled. In Ihe. Joint Resolution for Annexing Texas to the United States, passed by Congress and approved by John Tyler, May 2, 1845, (see Whig Almanac, 1846, p. 55-6J we read as follows " Third : New States, o( convenient size, not execeeding four in number, in addition to Me said State of Tejns, and having sufficient population,-may hereafter, by the consent of said State, b_e formed out of the Territory thereof, wlnoh shall be entitled to admission under the provisions of Ihe Federal Constitution ; and such Slates as may be formed out of lha: portion of said territory lying south of thirty-six degrees thirty minutes northJalituae, commonly known as Ihe Missouri Compromise line, shall be admitted into the or , as People ol each Slaie asking admission may desire. Ana in such State or States as shall be tormed out of said territory north of said Compromise line, Siaverv or involuntary servitude (except ior crime) shall be prohibi- As this arrangement ...
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
CbHBRAIi TEMrERANOB M0VBMEWT8. Texas is to vote for a law forbidding.all linuor licenses on the first Monday jtTAugusl. Accounts from the Slate of Mississipp i slale lhat Ihe recent anti-liquor law passed there, requiring lhat before any license canbe granted, a majority of the tax payers should petition for it, is working Veil. Jacksop, ihe Capital of the State, is in the hands of the temperance people, li is said that Natchez nnd Vicksburgh will boih soon interdict all ncenas. The Liquor Traffic is extensively rnrnpr. nn hptwfipn America and Africa. Freetown and Sierra Leone, towns in Africa, arc verv much injured bv the importation, irom America, of intoxicating drinks arrd tooaccc. A writer in one of the American papers bitterly deplores the fact, lhal the same vessels thai carry missionaries to foreign lands, carry out cargoes of rum to demoralzo ihe heathen. Grogshops are very comtmon in those towns, and hundreds of American whiskey barrels may be seen marked Cincinnati, S...
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
Fam|Jy Grocery & Provision STORE. THE subscriber would inform his friends and the citizens of Tioga county generally, that he has just received a large and superior sup ply of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. SUCH AS Teas, Sugars by the barrel or otheneisc, Coffees, Molasses, Stewart's Syrup, Rice, Pepper, Ginger, Saleratus, Allspice, I ndigo, Tobacco, Soap, Mould and Sperm Candles, Sail by the barrel or sack, Mackerel by the whole, 4 and J barrel, Codfish by the 100 or single pound, Flour, Cheese, Crackers, Butter 4" Eggs, together with every other article in tho Grocery line, lower than can be got at any other place in town, as he is determined lo make quick sales at small profits. Thankful for past favors he would most respectfully invite hie friends and the public generally to give him a call and examine for themselves. M. M. CONVERS. Welfoboroiieh, May 27, 1853.
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
CASH PAID FOR WOOL! A T THE WOOLEN FACTORY eitna-¦£*¦ ted on the plank road Ieadinr from Efkland id Addison. Also, WOOL MANUFACTURED INTO CLOTHS of every description (or farmers' wear, for three shillings per yard, or on shares at the halves. Wool Carding & Cloth Dressing done on short notice. Tile subscriber wonM Ay to bis former patrons arid the public generally, that is now doing business, not with a antJiotie water pouter, bat on ajjurable stream of water that never fails—bai TWO DOUBLE CUSTOM CARDING MACHINES , FOR CARDING WOOL INTO ROLLS. Also, an entire set of machinery expressly for Manufacturing Wool into Cloth, aH of which is in good order for ' doing business, which wifl enable me to CARD ALL WOOL brought from a distance (he same day, so tbat the rolls can be taken back immediately.. . All work entrusted to tne thaU be well dont. O" Most kinds of produce taken in payment fof work. Terms^-Pay Down. AUdison. June 15. '54. L. C. PENDLETON.
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
FIRMTIKE WAJtE ROOM -. , ; FOR TiOG^CQUNTf: k "T^H^ subscriber, encouraged by the liberal JL patronage he bus received for the last' three years, has enlarged his stock, arid now offers a good variety of tbe most durable and elegant Household Furniture at the lowest prices. - r He has upwards of twenty different kinds of Chairs from the Common Windsor Cottage, to the best Mahogany spring 8tak_and mahogany rockers; twelvd different styles of Bedsteads j three styles of Sofas and Tables, including Mohogany and Marble top- Centre Tables , Bureaus, Work Stands and "Wash Stands in great variety. His slock is so large, and price bo low, that it is an object for those wishing FURNITURE in this county, to visit his rooms. He is also the agent of Messrs. BLISS A. AMES of Addison, for the Bale of their very superior. WINDOWSASlH, BLINDS AND DOORS, which he sells *t the same prices, as they are pur chased at his Factory. E. D. WELLS. Lawrenceville, Sept. 7,1853.
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
Cost of Going to Europe.—To cross Ihe ocean to Europe at the present increased rates cojis about 813 a day, and is about 3i cents !¦ mile. This is in a first class sieamer.. In t packe;, with good stale room accommoda 110ns, it costs from 82 lo S2,50 a day, which is about within a fraction of 2 cents a mile.l lo cross,.therefore, in a first class steamer, costs a morried man about whal it would qosI mm in board and extras to remain in a /irst class hotel in New York ; and lo cross in a packet, costs one what it would, cost without extras, lo remain in a second class hotel in \piv ^ nrL People who have plenty of money and leisure, can make their choice, between summering it or just seasoning it in New York, ami going lo Europo. What is strange, once in Europe, you- can live cheaper, upon the Mme table accommodalions, lhan vou can in .New York. The hotels, however, are not ihe Palaces they arc in New York.—Exchange Paper.
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
SASH & BLIND FACTORY COVINGTON, TIOGA CO., PA. T H JL. W ?:, ygjsa prepared by new —— KHHBhH — Machinery, just -f- KBIBSlEi —f» purchased, to fur- ~" ™ BBBBBH ""* "~ nisb to order, all "" "~ bBBMHKA """ "* kinds ' of squire =* - BUSBI ^HZ and Blinds- —— CBSEB3 —^ Square Sash of 3^ HMHHBm —'$"" common sizes « ¦¦ BHEmiEB r" •—constantly on ¦>« ™ BhHHH^S ——hand. "° ~ 19HUH lZ ~" By long expe. — - BBK»llni ~ ~ rienciiinthebusi. ^^^ Hi^lHiMHfli ^^^^ ness, the subscri. | I ___ bcr flatters liim-^ 1 - nlllllHlftll nelf that he (Jan make as good an article, and sell it as cheap as can be obtained at any estabiihmont in Pennsylvania oHNew York. CaUandjjee. » J - . dayiij S. IRELAN. Covington, March 2,1854. i a3^»jio subscriber i» also Agent ftjrjhe sale of Dr. -n: Xfaybes celcbtatcdTataiJy|1VJcdiciries, alsj) Scarpa's'Oiffoi i vDeafness. ' • " ' ' ^'."p. & L -
Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
SASB & BLIND FACTORY. STONY FORK, flOGA d<X, PA. rPHE -subscribers having purchased tfio Sash Factory at Stony Fork, have now on hand) and are malting all kinds of square and fancy Sash and Blindsu The subscribers flatters themselves that they ctfrt make as good and endurable an article,- and' sell it as cheap as can be obtained, at any establishment in Northern Pennsylvania or in Southern New Yort. UTAH orders in our line of business will be promptly attended to. S. & D. B. WILCOX. - Stony Fork, June 8,1854. TO THE PVBLIC. I DEEM it proper to say that the cause of of my being out of Plaster, for the last few days', was owing to circumstances beyond my control. The Ca.no! between Cayng^ Bridge and tbc Junction Lock, was not in readiness at the time advertised, in eonseqoence of building a new Lock. But a FRESH SUPPLY has just been received, and will be ground to supply all that may call. Come one, come all. AMOS BIXBY. Mansfield, May 3d, 185 * 4.
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
Hoe & Coc ' s Patent Ground Saws. THE subscribers manufacture from the best Cast Steel, CIRCULAR SAWS, from (wo inches to' eighty inches in diameter. Their saws are hardened and tempered, and are ground and finished b y machinery designed expressly for the purpose; and are therefore much superior to those ground in the usual manner r -as they are strengthened and stiffened b y increasing thorn in thickness regularly from the cutting edge lo the centre, consequently do not become heated or buckled, and produce a great saving in timber. They also manufacture CAST STEEL MILL, PIT AND CROSS-CUT SAWS, AND BILLET WEBS, of superior quality, all (of which they have for sale, or they may be obtained of the principal hardware merchants throughout the United States and Canada. R. -HOE St. CO., 39 and 31 Gold street. S7 Publisher! of Newspapers who will insert this advertisement three times, with this note, and forward us a paper containing the same , will be paid in printing material...
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
The Liquor Law in Rhodb Island.— An amendatory anti-lfquor bill has passed ihe house of Representatives of Rhode Island. 11 provides for the punishment of drunkards dv a fine of five dollars, or imprisonment in phI for aiterm not exceeding thirty days. It Iirovides further , that if he, the offending party, shall, while in the custody 6Y the officer or the court, or after conviction and while imprisoned , disclose the name of the person, place , &c, of whom he obtained his liquor, and shall give evidence therefore upon complaint and warrant , he may be discharged. | l provides further that any person who shall have lurnislted or given away intoxicating iiquor of any kjn(j , 0 any vet80B founc | j n|ox. tented, he shall bo subject to the penalties of ina-law. This bill passed the House b y a vote of foriy-five t0 iwelve '
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
Fire! Fire! Fire! STATE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPAN\ OF HARIUSBURG, PA. (1APITAL §200,000 ! Surplus Cash 832,-^ 800. This Company offers inducements over most Incrranoo Companies to owners of safe kinc of properly. In cage more funds are raised than are necessary to pav losses and expenses, it will be returned to the Policy ^ holders, cither by renewal of Policy, or in cash. A. J. Gillktt, Sec' y J. P. Ruthebfobp, Pres'l. THE FARMER'S UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Athens, Bbadfoho County, Pa. THE Farmers of Tioga County can now have an opportunity to [insure their properly in HOME COMFAN Y. For particulars sec large bills. FRANCIS TYLER, President. J. E. Canfiei.d, Secretary. JOHN E. WEBSTER, Traveling Agent, Covington, Tioga Co.,, Pa. will readily respond to all calls in his line of business. Feb. 1.1853.
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
1 NEW GOODS. ^HE subscriber would respectfully inform -¦- hi* customers and friends thai bo still continues) the ipercintile bosines*, at the old place, at the well known store of L. I. Nichols; where he will be happy to wait on those that will fkvor him with a call, and wotild invite the attention of Ihe public generally tohls large anil comtnodioas stock of D&Y GOODS , Groceries BeaUy-iriade Cloth. ing ainl Hardware, CROCKERY, WX&DENWARE, STONEWARE, BOlftrS., & .SHOES, HAT8 ANE> CAPS, Ac,, &c, in fact every thinf cite kept in s cqqntrr«tpr«4 articles too " numerous to mention, «ml w>K «11 cheaper tbaiFcan btf botigrit this sMeof ttbv York fcUy.; Ail kinds ofprodu'ce Ukeft iirtxetnutrt mV (ftwW at the highest market price. J. R. BOWEN. , WelUbotoUBh,June39,18S4. . . . . ...
Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
> WB V ARBIVlbi' SPRING- GOODS. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. TONES & ROE, Wellsborough, Pa., are " now receiving direct from New York and Boston Markets, a large and well selected stock of - DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, READY. MADE CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, &.C., &c. Cash buyers will find it greatly to their interest lo call and examine this extensive stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they will always find a large assortment to select from, and at prices that we defy all competition. ' May 18,1854.
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
They Have €omc at Last! NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! "VrOW is your time, Ladies, to buy your -L ' Spring and Summer Goods ' , while you have a large stock to select from. Tho subscribers have just received their entire Spring stock, direct from Boston and New York markets, which i'ar surpasses for style, variety and low prices any Btock that was ever before offered in this market. We deem it unnecessary to numerate articles, as you can be assured of finding nearly every article in the DRY GOODS line, including a srjlendid assortment of Ladies Dress* Goods, which you are earnestly invited to call and oxamine styles and prices before purchasing elsewhere. JONES & ROE. Wcllsboroneh, June 1,1854.
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
PoruLAEJSovEHEioK Tv.__This is the doc tnne of the iNebroskoites , but Senator Tou' et, of Connecticut, having been instructed 10 vole against Ihe swindle, refused to comply, says the Legislature are humbugs, and ihat lie feels hi ghly complimented by their censure. Cholrbaon th» L^bs.—On Tuesday morning, the. Brig Virginia was.-towed into the port of Cleveland , Ohip. c The brig left Toledo on Saturday night, with a crew consisting of captain, mate, and five seamen. Shortly after leaving, the captain and three of the crew died of cholera , and the others deserted the vessel. They took the yawl boat and rowed ashore, and reported the facts to the proper authorities, whenthe steam-tug was despatched as above.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
I JWttU 0ORT THE THREE HOMES: O OR, THK. MAGIC OF NEA j T;NES8, It find been an uncorrimonly warm ond sifltry day, and as the cool air of evening swept onward, and fanned the brow of the heated laborers, they one and all thanked heaven thattho toll of the day was over. . But to none among the homeward bound did the evening treeze seem more refreshing than to th'rto whose baskets of tools denoted them carpenters. At the entrance of. the village where (hey lived, Jones, Yates and Fields, separated, each to seeths own dwelling. Thero was not a cleaner or neater abode in Bell Air than that awaiting the reception of Jones. Not a speck of dust dimmed the brilliancy of the windows; every arjicle of furnilure was polished till it shoneJfke a mirror; fresh flowers breathed forth . their fragrance from the chimney piece j a spotless cloth covreed the little sapper table, and Mrs. Jones nnd the children were as neat as it was possible to be. Far different was the scene that, awaited ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
JtfMTi RTfCBEN "' ¦ ';' Haflrir and Harvesting. ~ : Haying tpdrharvestingaw the two.grand events in the Summer Campaign of. farmers in all the grazing and grain growing regions. They are the principal items,of labor for the ensuing sis weeks or two months, among the great majority of our subscribers, East and West, North and ; South. In some sections, both these important and laborious operations are- at hand—though bur readers in New England, New York, the ' Western Stales, and Canada, have yet time for ample preparation, especially for wheat harvesting.— Hence a few remarks on the subject will be seasonable, and perhaps embod y suggestions worthy of attention. - It is of the first importance to be fully prepared, in season, for both haying and harvesting. - Usually the greatest inconvenience experienced by farmers consists in the lack of sufficient and efficient ' help. An extra number of laborers is necessary, and unless their services ar^Xengaged early, loss is often sus...
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
JOY TO THE WORLD! ¦' \JAxNT HIS OWN PHYSICIAN.'' dr. rniLiP leddy's DEATH-TO-PAIN. The great American Remedy for Fever Sf Ague, Rheumatism, Dysentery, Cholic,s, and Griping Pains, Bruises and ' S/rains, Burns <$• Scalds, Fresh Wounds, Dyspepsia, Coughs <$• Colds. AND ALL OTHER KINDRED DISEASE8. f pH!S Medicine hns proved, and will prove an unconditional Pain Destroyer in ail cdeci, whether External or Internal. Hence it has received the appropriate name of " Death-to-Pain. "\ It has, by being kept on hand by families who inow its value, been the meons of saying money, and often life, by its lirucly upe in sudden attacks, and in case of accidents. In ull bruises and flesh wounds this Death-to-pain is the best embrocation'that can be found. Tho soreness is immediately extracted —swellings reduced—and profuse bleeding stopped. A single dose will ease the most severe griping pains in the bowele, and a lew applications will ea*e the severest rheumatic and nervous pams...
Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854
IMPORTANT TO TBB Farmer, Farrier & Stage Proprietor QEO. W. MBIIOIIANT'S CELEBRATED GARGLING OH UltFAKSXLLCCKO IN THK B1STOS1T OF MSD1C1KI Ab tlift most remarkable TEgfamftt Application flvfti discovered. "They can't Keep House without it" Experience of more thui sixteen ?eara haB established the far.t thai Merchant's Celebrated Gargling Oil, or tJnl versal Family Embrocation, will cure most cascs( and re-Iioto all such as Spavins, Sweoney, Ringbone, 'Windgalls, Po ll Evil, Callous, Cracked Heels, G.-Jis of all kinds, Fresh Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, FistfilitJSitfast, Sand Greeks, Strains, Lameness, Foundered Feet, Scratches or Grease, Mange, Rheumatism, Bites of Animals, External I'oi-EOiis, Painful Nervous Affections, Frost Bites, Boils, Corns, Whitlows, Bums and Scalds, CliiUblains, Chapped Hands, Cramps, Contractions of the Muscles, Swellings, Weakness of the Joints, Caked Breasts, <£c.,,ifcc. Ac. The unparalleled bucccsh of thin Oil, in ibe cure of di«- easu in...