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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

DRIED APPLES, PEACHES and BERRIES for sale by , [June 22.) . V.ffiBE. •DLACK SILK MANTILLAS/ from the -L* low price of 92.50 np to 410, are now opened for your inspection, at the CaibTBtore of June 1,1834. . ¦ . ¦ ., JONES & ROE. _ WANTED, *t GRAY'S Stove Store, ol(T ? T Iron, Capper,Brass,Pewter,Lwd,RagB,Ac. TRU SSES—Bcajajnio 1 * Snperior Bnit Trvsse' for sale by ¦ [June 22.1 V. CASE.

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

(^vSB5OB 3iGtsBJi . akte1tKteji Thursday Ndy .r^r;io-,^w?w^Va« '; ;*.;aay 3 Th«ok«gir,D g in ftowyirapm., :-,¦;,

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

WAW*.- i *fi J**"W that thta\\'fata the ootsidb.sheH of Walnut or botteiDUls,. will; cure-WarW by a'few applications* ' > " •* • .- ¦ ¦¦ •;., J**WWkrti>4<j/. i'-iirp; tjau.g^iwiw*^ *!!^!^ um Mr. Tf*ttjM»npwi«waiM«!rth ¦^wtbin^^M « roetabefc oty took; to hii bawk roon^» w«iob> ng his 'Ijlerfc payirjg_ away IhoUwnds of ¦ ^ lim' ^^^M^M ker of eicelleptcrwit; there <«jsted perhaps that of Messta. Thompson,,&<( < <>., . wt at m m°m*Hmit. <Hl sfNMK of, no wtipnal jr^fleo lipa wm. tftdrniwed, no forpier . ,»tability was looked to,,*,« general ijistrvst ' was fejt, and every owmsneti V>?1>» ,*«nk;yo .withdraw his hoard^earful tha i (he n«xt, instant would be too late, forgetting entirely that this step was ' , of «U others, the most likely, to .inure the ruin-he sought to avoid. - ' But to return.., The, ( wealth y, citizen, . sat gloomily watcHing the oiilpoprin^ of hi? go,ld> and wit...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

Th» Jon feshjaaahlfi txHwet k called ThoUcly." •'• -¦ ¦ • . " ' : :i¥otiss»^pm

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

SO/) Bl$BBIJ3 of CORN, for sale by UVW .... • " ¦kd vtnrnn OASI ^m^^mjtwm ^ "' ¦' ¦ -^^llllllll...^^L' 't^liHH' i /!S9Brl(a9^[ll ^^P^BP I) I»\ ^ *^^ DB. FBIUF IBDDt's DEATH-TO-PAIK. The great American Remed y for Fever $¦ Ague, Rheumatism, D ytnten Cholics,and Griping Paint, Bruises and Strains, Burnt <$• Scalds, Fresh Wound, Dyspepsia, Coughs ty Colds. AND Alt OTflEtf KINDBED DISEASES . 'THIS Medicine has proved, and will proU ¦*• an uncondilionsl Fun Dzsnons in all cim, whether External; or Internal. Hence it ba**retti. red the appropriate name' of " Pte&4o-Paiu." \[ has, by being kept on hand by families who know its value, been the means of saving money, mi of. ten life, by Its timely use in . sudden attacks, on<J m case of aocidents. In all braises and flesh wooB(i, this Deatli-to-pua is the beat embrocation that an be fonnd. The soreness, is lmtnediatebf ulriutd —ByreUings reduced—and preluse bleeding stopped. A sjngle dose will ease the most seve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

ntsttnoiitutmfi 4 , ^rtH» WBifWirtiafopsllfecm.'T. •cMiff? 1 !!*; j&tgme wp wir-ftisariWd . 71 . OJ a«'»J''tiT*'a *'<i np/».i-i. Aft jff.'fr. !..: !anl f >i w^io .^ian conc lu}Jeu w lq oppear 111 pis. own .defence ^ : v ._ ¦ <.*>..,. . 1. v, _.„-»,,. .j I <Ml«Vyn8i defijn^^ asled 1 as v .^hisjcgm y»jf - •S£fc> !iP n -!il ie , . .lf.>aJ> «A*SSyiVPg # . aavaa,. '•. nga-^^fe^a'.jfit.^ lfgaL/rjjternjly^ His " summing vp ^p [ ^ v^U^§. ^t^. oJa)sLip, 'giwn©»/ly>» »e;k{m,r£p_9Jj,,wi!}fc.ihe qxcepli ?B i Of, th p^' Q6ijngr " w^g deojd % d.|y.-,Jicb,i ajttd,a,ffQr<Jed mudvanmssjjnant./orojihe .legaj geoiiemcf ti jireflen^. i The-ieft., wjio Js.v* smalt wibaired, th'a apecimeo of ^..Yankee, , waaindiciei/or:an OMauli and,.battery -on one: Mr;uD,pdder. ^ Th o/fads, as jdivulged upon Iriol, are.brieflji ns-follon'9 -*>iTho de. fendant- is in the employ oi the'Mangaup Valley; Forreatburg and Jervit Pla...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

THE BATTLEFIELD JFVom the Nm York Tribunt. THE BATTLE OF THE ALMA. JOURNALIST'S OFFICIAL ACCOUNT. Rights above Alma, Sep 1 .. 21, '54. Tne order in whicn our army advanced was in columns of brig ades in deploying distances, our left prolecied by a line of skirmishers of cavalry and of horse artilery.— Tne advantage oflhe formation was, that our arm}, in case of a sirong attack from cavaln and infuniry on the left or rear, could assume the form of a hollow square, wilh the Baggage in (he center. Our great object was 10 gain the ri^hc of tne posmon, so ihai our attacking parties could De sheltered by the verlical fire of the fleets We had, in faci, altered our base of operalions.. As we marched forward 10 Boulj.inak, we allowed me enemv to deprive us of our old basis of operauons, in order that wo might gel a new one. For this purpose the baggage was brought up and covered by the •lih Division and the Cossacks were allowed to sf epp the counlry in our rear far behind us Our new ...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

The will of a I<o«f Passenger Mr. Gnlejof Worcester, Mass.; who, with his wife and only child, was lost by (he sink, ing of ihe Artie, left a will'wilh a friend be. fore starting for Europe. After certain legacies to friends and >elalive, he bequeathed the residue 6T hisproperty toAvife and child, or children ; if his wife ' shpuld surVfve ^ him, but no child or childten, ' iheri all his propert y goes to her. "thb VVorCfslei 1 Transcript says: " . It will be remembered that they were in the boal which, capsizing while being lowered, all in ihe boat were precipitated into the sen and perished, except Mrs. Gale, who clung shrieking 10 the thwarm, ana was drawn into Ihe steamer again.- Mfrv Gale was Reen, as he was swept. ' nwny' by the waves, with the child in his ' arms. ' " • ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦, Where relailyes[thus perisfi, "b^TlTip , saro« casually, ojid interesting, quesnojinlwaj jy ? ises, as 10 ihe one who mny ' jbe Cjgnsi^ered jM survivor of the oiher. The Roman-l...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

For the Agitator AUTUMN WIND. ¦giiw^. - Mn'y'" Oust then, (Setae»-Uibn flry fcoiyjittriflg mfgfc-Vei »uta' m«*»fiueir ' prine, Chap*ftotUUtreqatem of oniiJju4?l nor wilh Ihy sr voice ,deride 1,., . , ~' • K ¦ .•'-1 WeW'oar Bowen.Iift not their cupi, Jbruspupg " ¦ ' ' ''With' feata of btis*-^ .: r .i %1 - W«'Wow tbeirfWgWe fcnfi» a* ft«re,;bend-for'Ute •U,. ipaftUttkia. - ' • •«• r • ¦ . '^ Then hush thy ' grieving, hollow voice, earth, hep tiia boop of p eaoe, - ., . : . fhfa hush thy an lfiem wild and-strong, and let th y 15 ¦ tnger eea*e! '^ ~ ' ' . The fore8 ' groins In direst wo, wfyen tfiy spirit rashes pnt, . ' . ' ' * "j The mountain 1 ! pride lu proad hesfl Bow*, tfnbfoiM. . iTotothehlaiti- . '• .= •' t :-Theiqniinl hminUtby shade no jnote, «loriogi(fl winter food, " - ' - . • The mourner's heart hugs close its woe, and o'er its ' sorrow brood*." Then ceaae thy moaning, hollow 07, thon wilt not let me rut, Eirlh baa enough of thee and thine—Ihy spirit ia not blest I ...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

Cincinnati HI. E. Conference on Slavery. Cincinnati, Oct . 6,1854. The following report upon (he subject of «lavery was presented to tfie Conference this afternoon, by the committee which was sp-Wnted las' week. This committee which consisicd of J. B. Bentecou, David Reed, Wesley $ow.e,E.tk West D. H. Lawion, T. D. Crow, M. Duslin, A. Lowrey and Cyrus Brooks., ! HEPOHT. t In regard to slavery, aa practised in the U. S. we cannot better express our views than in the language of the falhere. at the Confer, ence of. 1785. That language is 1 \\e d , o hold in fhe deepest abhorrence tho prae^p* of slavery, and shall not cease to Bceb , ira; / e ,J. struclion by.alLwjse and prudant mean*. And youf cortiniitee caonoi but regard ft: w

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

THE AGI3M>m Tbarsdar l*»niri«. t *r*r. ft. W9t4. -The canoitmrM tw«*r««r -~n Then U no'Srtj»et^ <Wm# W «buil& * more liberal ihtra af^pohlic iluotion To-day, than . Out or EdtcatiOB, not excepting, politic*. It )< the f tand iherae <rf\W>*|rfwB lit* fo, snd B^weiilly of tlie men indWDinwi of'America. 'InttitaUou of learning *C multiplying with unexampled- rapidity everywhere, «nd lh« Common School systeW it s)K' prajlBMtinf to perfection. - - . - It is pleasant U> obtem how frsdaaUy «wld««> Uinly Hw diffareai system*, of educati* advoestea bf mind* «*" diverts hsbrtt , of thlqlunf, upon thjj cU%bserWDt«tIgect,anl . |wi8Uhtipf/ ItT«, another cb»erinf etldenoitfcrt the nttvftaM* trn*a»T of Mind wbi» meWQt; after the same Good, it to seek it tljioujh liioilsr meant. Ooe-uki jr/»tenu are railing into merited dilute »• the world progresses, and means once distrusted are now proving to be just what i< aewlca to th% attain...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

bo enormous wrong, which pf course Christianity U designed to destroy. The church of Christ, w bayq no doubt, should take and maiotaia toward ibis practice a position of open and avowed hostility, and should boldly proclaim b» determination lo labor with UDiirin^ perievara ^ nce far its utter exlipciion. And this position has. been taken by our church. The apd at which she aim* is clear-)y stated; and now the inquiry is, " what shall be done" for the attainment of ibis end t 21 may just as well be understood by all whom il may concert], whether North or South, whether friend or foe, that whatever measures may bo taken, or however these measures may be varied, this one object shall be kept steadily in view, and that the Methodist Episcopal church wit| never cease to seek the extirpation of ibis evil, until the last manacle is broken off and the last slave is free. Up to tbia point there seems do room for difference among us. But when we proceed a step further, and inquire hott&am...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

IT. K. stouter We notice seven) nrom|n«nt men put forward by thepreaetn vutious sectiony of the 8uie,ms eindidates for the post ' tacsted by Hon. James Cooper Judge ^yilmot, tat-Gov, Johniton, Wm. Larimer. Thaddeus StoiWM . Judge Conrad, and others, are severally named: The Tltubnr ' g Gatttte Ukes the folldwing sensible view pf the matter: i «pne thing we hope the Legislature wilt regard in the selection of a Senator, to wit: '¦ bael attt." If Hm cuedidale is thoroughly reliable on, the slave question, *,od baa « backbone," he poaMtns the first two QutliBcalions. No man who has been tried and found wanting in these Important requisites will do for the prevent occasion. We want * msn of sjili-Slavery end American principles , and sufficiently stiff iu the back to enforce them." , j ExacUyso; and fur the honor of tbe State we hope th* jugjeaUons will not be forgotten ^. W« are inclined to the opiakra that no man io tbe'Stste combines these requisites ia so high a degree of ex...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

Pluuibti' sj Portable Slorllsins iTIa. ctaiuv. A >ery lijjlil anil enVirni machine, equally ««ll udiipU'd ") iTiurii-iuii, ji«innu or ir-rnmin«, ill either •¦Ht rir u.ua »oml. Hus been rccenily p.rcnteo iiy Messrs. li. ik S.'H. P(uinf), ol Hoiii-sdnle, Pa. 1'lie invi'iixirs !i|)|n'ur t>> have stepped tiuidly oui irmu me beaten track, and tii hiive (irnflui-ra a aevire novel in Seveml very impurl»n> reapects, ano worthy of admiraiion on account not Iras of its obvinus convenience than of its imooili, accurate and rapid pp rformance. The machine, when driven by band-puwer, is rraoily moved to any desired point on iho limber— n quality which of itself sufficiently commends il lo ihe fnvor ol " practical workers id heuvv lumber. Unlike the ordinary vaneties of mnrtising-mncriiiK-s , ihis is capable ol culling very close to ihe ed ge or end of a suck, the great distinguishing feature ol * ihe invention consisting ol the employment of a xjifcies of mininiur...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

Tbe Jtvxt V. 8. Senator. The Uonrsdnlw Democrut, among other things, bus ib» following u(»on tb» choice oi a U. S. Senator in the next Legislature: " Of all the persons named, or likely to be named, we prefer Mr. Wilihoi r 1st, because by his course in the recent canvass, as «eif as in limes paM, ho has wrought out a title to that honorable distinction ; 3d, because h*ra election io ihe Senate, nt 'he pre.^nt time, would adJ to 'he signs lily of the t ' tnike which ihe people have just administered [0 the Naiional Administration ; and 3d, because the election ol Mr. Wilmol would strongly tend to' consolidate and impact the forces by which Ihe late triumph was achieved. In the crowded stale of our columns to day we have not space to say more on this important subject, but shall reror to U again." And the Monirose Reg iifsr pays the following just compliment to Judge Wilmol ' s merits: " We should glory more in the erection of Judge Wilmot to the Senate now, than in lhal of spy Wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

European New*. The news brought by the Arabia contains nothing . of great moment from the seat of war. The bombardment of Sevastopol commenced on (he 13 ult. with 200 pieces of heavy artillery, and was expected to be brought 16 a crisis in three or four days.— The Cunard steamer of next week will probably bring the particulars of the storming of the town. The Russian reenforcementa have not yet been heard of, nor are there any Indications as to when they wilt be on the spot, but unless the siege is at once pressed to a successful conclusion, the allies will have to fight another battle in the field before they | an bjeoeme musters of the lown. The land defenses, however, appear to be much more imperfect than we had previousl y supposed. Il is inconceivable that the Rus¬ sians should be so ill-prepared ' to ' defend a place of such importance, not merely as regards the .numerical force of their armies in the Crimea, but also in rqspect of their foriifieations. Frorh the Danube we...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

Am Exciting Scene.—A raffle took place recently in Sao Francisco, the grand prise in which—$10,000—<was worn by a young man named Kelley. A little girl, named Anna Maria Quinn, was selected to draw the numbers from the wheel. The excitement at ihe drawing is described as having been intense. All eyes were- fixed on the wheel, and all began.to clamor for the commencement of operations. Slowl y the wheel began to turn, and every revolution sent the hot blood coursing through the veins of those who had iovested their money in tickets, and stood among tho ranks of those Pot <x>t jour trust in—political friendshJB who worshipped at the shrine of the "fickle goddess." Quicker and quicker revolved the wheel, and more intense became the excite-¦mem , arid when it slopped; every tongue was boshed, every breath waa drawn, and even the falling of & ' pin could be distinctly heard in the vast multitude assembled: -The little girl put in her hand, look out a li...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

" Tbe Herald of Freedom. " Sfich Is the title of a large, beautifully printed sheet now before us, bearing date— u W<karu*a, Kansas Territory, Oet. SI." It i« published by 6. W. Brown, E*q.t formerly of tho Conneaulville Courier, Crawlord Co., Pa,, and " devoted to Freedom and the inlercHla of Kansas Territory." Ita name sufficiently indicate* it* character, and, gUncing over il* editorial pages, we are encnurdgod lo hope that Kansaa will yet be fteo Mr. Brown waa selected by the Emigrant Aid Company to lead in the enterprise he has so energetically begun. He has the good wishes and prayers of thousands of freemen lo cheer him onward in the good work. Besides these, he has the •mile* of an approving cooscience to sustain him in the wilderness of labor be has encountered. In the following extract from an article in which be apologize* lor the absence of the literary usiytance promised him, we catch a bnxd g limpse of the iron energy of character which mark* the man : a...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

Thosi Lictvrii.—We arc glad to say that the lecture enterprise is going ahead finely. An Amoelation lias been formed, and a large number of the most noted lecturer* of the dsy hive been addressed. Aa aome.of those wrjlten to cannot fail lo return favoruble answers, we may confidently announce to the eitixctwof WeDsbore'and vicinity, that a course of Lecture* for the coming winter"^) among ' the " probable*." We hope to gin the names of some of those who may be expected, next week. IT Our third page is rich with new advertisement*. See D. P. & W. Roberts' rare bargain* in Stoves 4. Tin Ware, J, Hoyt's new Grocery and Oyster Saloon, American Artists' Union's magnificent offers to lovers of fino pictures, also, Sheriff's Salts and Auditors' Notices. Wo have been obliged to conlinuo over one or two advertisements until next week. Tag Wcathkk—is as miserable as weather oan be. Slippy,«loshy,slushy,sloppy underfoot; misty mixxly, drixxly, snowy, sleety, and sticky overhead. Th...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

Thb D-uglasses ik tub Pibld.—The ChiuagK papers state that Senator Douglas »aa announced to address the people of Aurora, in Illinois, on ihe f9 iosl., and arrived there in (he forenoon, in the same train dime Fred. Douglas, (be celebrnted colored orator, who it was expected would n>pjy lu the speech of his white namesake. Bui llie Senator did not apeak. He was taken with the chills and retired lo his room, where he staid until five o'clock, when he lock the cars for Chicago. It appears that while the Sen aior had the chills his namesake, was in his room sick of a fever. A large number of persons were in town, and great desire was expressed that the black Douglass should speak, which he finally consented to do.— The people gathered in ihe church, and Fred made a speech of half an hour long, when he had to stop on account of illness. This certainly hi a new phase in American polities, when a colored man it brought forward by white people, lo answer the arguments of a Uniir...

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