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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

< Worth Seeing! T^HE sp(endii| assortrrien^ of Qfljdda that ¦L -the subscriber^, are now daily receiving Ja realy Worth a call to exarnirie. Toe; have juit retorned from New York with the largest assort. ment of Dry Goods, including Ladies' Dress Goods, that was ever offered. inTthis country, and all are requested to call and examine, them, whether, they wish to boy or not* To enumerate artiolea would be oseleu to atlcmp't. A personal impeciion can only give ona an idea ot. what, tlu» extensive establishment contains. ' y p-DON'T FORQET THE PLACE !jj t ; ' . Tit Ntte Slort if . ; . ..-, - ¦ - rful y l#, 185*; • JONES ' & ROE. = -, |U j >4y WEIfLSBOROUGB, PA. rp$E;4ut»criber Jakoa pleasure jn annnun X. cinttoi , Jits old piJrqns." ofljd the rest/of manki9|. 1 U¥si^U / >tiUcafry^g.9nthe < ,. ¦; . r t)iA.^XM-E^, JttAK.Ii\€1 . . In Alytft bfuichfMi at his o^dj. SUnd, neof ih.e : Wells.. His wor£'w%iiriiirarjiWrpri frorb ihe bfeiil of4atetMs, ! a...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

^^ ; Custom Boot &. Shoe Shop, AT M. Sh er*6od A 8old stond, where the !•£*• Sears' Boys continue lo make, mend, and measure to order, at a* low prices as the limes will ad mil. .-, , . .. , s ,, - i * AU tp' orV warranted-r-lo wear out in a year or so v-ajid noijip or come (o.pieces 'till it doesviat out, IIides Wanted. CASH will her paid for any quantity of hides at the highest market price. July 13, 1854. GEO. VV. SEARS.

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 9 November 1854

DRIED APPLES, PtACHES and BERRI ES for sale hy [June 23.) - V. CA3R _ T>LAUK SILK MANTILLAS, rrominc -D low price of W.60 up to W0, ' ar« now opoei for yuur inspection at ' lhe Cash S.lore of Juno 1,1854. JONES & ROB. ANTED, a! GRAY'S Smve SforeTofJ Iron, Copper, Brass, Pewter, Lead, Rags, &c PI1RU88E8. —Benjamin's Superior Brass Trusfta J_ fur sale by [ June 35.! '.CASE.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

THE SLAVE TRADE TOMAN GO; A TRUE STORY OF A FRENCH SLAVER. A good sailor was Captain Ledoux. He De»an his naval career before the mast, nnd rose to be Quarter Mastc:. At Trafalgar he had his hand shot awn), and was discharged witri good certificates. Inactivity not agreeinr wuh him, he embarked as mole aboard a privateer, and the prize money he gained enabled him lo buy books, and study the theory of navigation, the practice of which he alrcadv knew perfectly. In time he became captain of n privateer of three guns and a crew of sixty men, and the Jersey coasters stil remember his exploits. Peace afflicted him. to: he had hoped to increase his 1 iitie loriunes at the expense of the English. He was thus comnelled to offer his services to various unpugnacious merchants ; and bein;; Known as a man of courage and experience easily obtained' a shir. When the slave trade was abolished; and those who persevered in 11 were obliged not only to elude the vigilance of the French Custom ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

For the Agitator. LOOK UP! O, Bool th&t wreiufth witB*lhy lot, Give not thy youth to fell DmJmI' ! Look up to Heav'n and-rourmar oot Thouih[$«borjfece tfaeeewf"^ r !r. Fot what l« lift When Jawed from Tc.il ?-. . AnoWtieUew and a>fcnyyoid J ., TheniinoG«>d'Uk<rI*tK>*'* <i>oiJ, * , . . So.dioaUna an? iw ooillojwJ. ^ Loakupi—th» oHg«b bid thee l»ft- : Thipe »y«, «ul mnw«d guwfor .ye» TbouiKdoad. oybapg, there' * many a lift Through wjik*l beam^ down ^ the BeUet Day There U no MatifiOod in'despair, ' No priie oT rtnjVijfllv in felrfe'd arras; Ifth(rawntdd»tw&ifliefight,i>rcp»re ¦ To meet unshrinking, life' s ilarmi. Look np! Oli| 8cul, eaint'thoti forget Thy Origin * Ihfr dorioni birtb 1 Th y Sire, thy mission^ boond hajh set, And weighed thee in the scale of Worth. Then sit no more with idle hands, And tearfal eye and drooping crest; Arise; ahti burst thy twaddling bands !—Work lhou,ind leave with God tbe rest. It may ...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

Literary Bccord. Watm.Cum JoDKNAi^-Fowler. & Well*, 308 Broadway, New - York;—The November No. U on our table, UriinmiDg wilU prn«Ucal truths and otefal informtlion. Every, family sl(ould take thjs Journal and lew medicine. The Uw* of lite and health are rendered so plain that he,who reads, cannot fail to understand. Phunolooical Jodsnal. — (published by the same.) This monthly is a, mine of knowledge in it. self. Mo man can keep thoroughly posted in the progress of science nnd art unless he reads this periodical. The publishers offer these two Journal* and Life lUuttrated—a new paper, and the most splendid paper we ever saw—all, fbr the low price of 93 per year'. The' rending mailer in either of these wort* would make, in one year, a 93 volume as books are selling. There can be no more profitable investment, both for mind and parse. Subscriptions received st this office. Petxmok's Magazikc—The December No. is al. ready on our table, and is one.af the best uumber* thai...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

THE AyftAfOBL TbnridaylloiiMa^l. oT. W.MM. (Q-Tbe-WelWwto'Lycaiim.wm hold a J«s*c ' Sesaionin thn Court Hoom on Friday evoiing, No». THe Beautjjpt qittLfllp. FuaiH it romj «eem oat of.plao».ior 4M, who Uve »q littl* to bestow, to descant i^pon j^ beau\y, pf , g iving. ?whapf an army of «tingy-bwmoi|toa« will come.dQBp upon u»,^n>fliUing^ 4 .K!. I a migbi/ easy for poor folks to tee how forcbundod fsllu ought to diiposejof theii; •urploa getting*!" . ' Well, w1iy sTionid'nt "we pour folks" 6nd It etrf to point out a leticr'uie tot the «urplij« eettiiig* of you rich ones, ' than letting them rn«t i6 yrittt* tills arid old Blockings! I«n' t it •'we poor fclki" that dwell In tll« republic ot \Vunl,iecaraui Ciijm roars —the kingdom of Abaftdonec-^by the nitrow filth of Selfulifltti, Whose- tide is forewr ingoiri f T Wu not strange then, that poor fiflki become ' food theoretical financiers, living- in the Contrast of your Much and their Little. There ore a g-ood miny ••foot-br...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

California.—A Noble Woman Tip new* from the land of gold, it, as usual, spiced with murders, subbing sflains robberies, for. ^cries and shipwrecks. Wo cannot afford to give •Jen a reepcctnblo (7) digest of the various villain ous accidents and incidents related of lhat brig ht, particular star of our union. By so doing, we should only lurnisli material for frightful dreams to our readers, without amusing them in the sli ghtest degree, unless they possess dispositions akin to the South Sea cannibals. Were we publishing a daily * journal, and bound to publish the infinilcsslmal items ot news from the golden State, we would have a stereotyped farm something liko Ihe following : Murders, Usual quantity. Affray", Innumerable. Robberies, 1,000 000,000. General Villainies, 999. Unparallelled Atrucitics! 10. This would be an average summary of events, which, stereotyped, would save a heap of labor, besides the trouble of reading a six column pago of fine print lo induce a fit of the...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

Bombardment of PctropoJo#kl. Qn Thursday, the 3d of October, * portion of IhenUi"d flre), consisting of ihe French ¦hip Forte, 60 guns, Admiral Dt< Pinnies ; ihe Frenc h frigate Eurydk-p, 30 guns, Gnpl. A. Lt Gfltroijpr . mnd ibe Ereurb brig-of-war Qtiilgarln, 16 cun-<, Cipi. De Uo«enaourt, nn. chorej off ."Win Bench, and bv them lh« news was brought of iho bombardment oflhi-R uKsinn town of Peiropoloiki, stunted on ttie western shore of Kamschalka, by the above rwutioiwd Teasels d>t>eilier with tho English vesprl* of war President, Pique, nnd stenmtr Virngo, on the Ul of September. Peirupoloski is niiuftied on n kind of inner buy, f ormed by a sand-bar running across Ihe liarwere W^and behind ihia bar anchored <be Russian frigate Aurora and the armed transport ,Dwinn. The allied fleet uere unnb'e to approach nearer than three miles to the city, in consequence of a strong current frr.m the Northward, The bombardment continued for four days.. On...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

the disas.er, rowed lustily "way, to avo.d «- coivrag any more pe«on« aboard. A do* - en only Zgf lP* «l* •»»«'» °?° rt ?J b !? «ert Tom nrigoand Aycbe. As lhe»un «rt. they s«w the joMy.bcwit disappear in'lho bright haza of the horifcon. . Why fatigue and disgust the reader with a descrip tion of the tortures or hunger and (hirst? Twenty persons now tossed about in a raging sea-now bttr* by a raging sun, Of.heir fn.vt.iU Each mortd of biscuit i. disputed by combat, and .he fcctt* die first, becaaw.he.wng kill ihem by .hatching their food from .heir lip-- After » &" da . y * none remain ali ve on board the Hope but Tom and Ayche. ango One nig ht the sea was high, the gale increased, and the darkness was so great, thai the forecastle could hnrdly be seen from the quarter deck. Ayche was lying on a mattress in the capiain's cabin, wilh Tomango sealed at her feel, gaunt as a famished wolf. •' Tomango I" she cried, "all thy sufferings are on my account. " " I do noi suffer, "...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

The Holders ol Jones ' Qift Tickets VVill be glad lo learn lhat lhis great enterprise has si last bren consummated. The commiUee trove-distributed ihe gifts by mean) of uniform envplnppB, conjoining orders lof ihe prizfis. , These envelopes have been thoroughly mingled tnjjefher, »od nuinwreo by ihe- cjimmiilve. Every person holding tickets is requested lo send them in immeoinifrly, accompanied by a full sized, pre-patd envelope, containing it>ir address in full, m which will bu forwarded iheir "drn»n envelope," detailing llieir prize and the menus of ge'iing il. Lp.Mpr8 should be aodres-ta ns fnrm«rly, lo " The. Committee of Junta Gift Enterprise, New York, "—pre-paid invn riii bly ! Now is the exciting moment—Who nas got ihe 840,000 Panlo/.copp t Tlie 825,000 farm? The. 812,000 hou.-e *? The Carrmge, Pinnos, &c, &c,, 1 Who has made a Jorlune 7 And who has drawn a book ! is me exciting question. Keep cool, friends—ml must not exppcl to be ihe lucky ones—s...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

Cure fob Rattlc Snake Bite.—The Norfolk jVeica says ; " Mr. Solomon Buffington of Jackson County, Va., was recently bilien by n rattlesnnke, but upon drinking a quurt or two ol whiskey, was relieved from the fatal tendencies of ihe poison. We are not surprised. We should think ii would. We only wonder thai any effect should be produced by so weak a poison as thai of a rattle snake upon any one ftho could lake a qunrl of whiskey al a dose.— However, it is a principle in inerlical practice io counteract the efippji pf a weaker by a stronger poison. . ' . " Why isa newspaper lilfe a tooth-brush 1 —D'ye give it up V " Because every one should have one of his own, and not be bororwiog his nei ghbor 's," ¦ -

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

, . SUERIFr'S SALES. .., ** Facfas, Yjwqiiwniv Exponas and ' Leyart Facias, isaued out of the Cour^or Qoni mon;R«^ of TiogCfipduttfy^and to niis iii reeled, win be exposed to-fjublio sale atVthe Court House in Wellaborough . ori MONDj^V, the 4th day of December, 1864, at 1 o?cJock p. M-Jowft: : , , .,„ _ ., ; "*-;.>¦ A lot of land in Lawrence township, boonded rforth by Peler Keep, east and sooth by flporrell land, and west by land of Peter. Keep, contain. og abdut 84 tent more or ten/ - To be sold u Uie properry-ofJolm Arnot . .. ,, . Awo-^A lot bf land in Charleston township bounded north by P. Culter, east by John Hart and N.Austin, south by Fi'Wingate and" Wesfby loci Culver, containing abont SO acre*. HUb about 35°acres improved; trains hottst.'framB'bafn and apple orchard thereon. To be . sold as the property of E. H, Jennings. ' ' ¦•¦ •'• •¦ ¦ A LSO—A " lot of lund : ib Deerfield ' town, ship, bounded north and easLby C. £ S. Short, south bv Oowanesque road and...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

Take Notice. rpHOSE indi-htod to the subscriber, either -L by note or book account, will pieaBC call and settle the same immediately. A» she i» nboat doling np her tron ' mena, she ii very deiirotu or having her account* nettled na goon as possible. Wellsboro'. Nov. 16. "54. MRS. M. MEEK. Estray. CAME to the enclosure of the suhscrlhpr, on or nbout the first of October, THREE TWO YEAR OLD HEIFERS; one black wilh a lino buck, one pale red with line back, nnd the other white with a little red about the hend, in very good condition. Tho owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take them away. Delmar. Nov. 1G. 1854. E. F. BODINE. Union Academy. S. B. PRICE, Principal; C. VV. BEACH, Atr iita'l. Mrs. S. Price, Prectptriti; Miss A. Beach, 2>ocAof Music. THE WJNTBR TERM for 1854-5 will commence Nov. 28; llie Spring Term for 1855. Feb. 20. Board per week $1 50 Tuition per term 5 00 Decrfield. Nov. IB, 1854-31. Chairs, Chairs, Chairs. "RESIDES n vnrielv nC nil oihe...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION. The AmaiOAN Artists' Union, would respectfully announce lo the citizens of the United States and iheCanadas, ihalfor the purpose of cultivating a taste for the fine arts throughout the country, and wilh a viuw of enabling every family lo become possessed of a gallery of Engravings BY THE FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE, They have determined, in order to create an extensive sale for their Engravings, and thus not oul y give employment to a large number of Drtists and others, but inspire among our countrymen a taste for works of art, lo present to the purchasers of their engraving*, when 250,000 of which are sold, 450,000 GiflB,ofthcnctonl cost of 8150,000. Each purchaser of a One Dollar Engraving,therefore, receives not only tin Engraving richly worth the money, but also a ticket which entitles him to one of tire Gifts when they are distributed. For Free Dalian, a highly finished Enprnvinjr, beautifully PAINTED IN OIL, and Five Gift Ticktti{ will be sent: or Fiv...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

JLaudholdcrS Take IVotice. TWMIE .MORRIS CLAIMS (laie Rob--"- erl Morris, Finnnciof nf ihp Wnr of the Revolution,) will be SUED OUT. Occupants and others can have Confirmatory, Quit Claims and Free Titles, by early application to JOHN MOSS, Sole Grantee, No. 50 Walnut St, EDW. WALN, Esq., No. S York Building, J. L. HUSBAND, Esq., No. 4 Snnsom s-L, Attorneys at Law, Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 19, 1854-lm. Dissolution. NOTICE 'i* hereby given lhat the pnrlnorship heretofore existing between ANDIE FOLEY and W. D. BAILEY, has this dny been dissolved by mutu.il consent. All-persons indebted lo Foloy & Bailey, or to ' Foley & Richards, are requcsted to make immediate payment to Andic Foley, and all persons having ctuims arc requested lo present them for settlement. ANDIE FOLEY. Nov . 1,1854. W. D. DAILEY. Thirty Years IN THE U. S. SUN ATE.—All those who wish to know the doings of the U. S. 8enate for thirty years, will do well lo call at FOLEY & BAILEY'3 Book ar.d ...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

^me tlcau -Diplomacy. We see to the pejrtfs a little anecdote which well tltustratet the beautiful character of the gentleman who represent thi» favored naiioDi.rifpwt, A citizen,G «n<» United Stales cane to London lo lake out <» patent for nnw intention. In order to elude the discovery of its secret, during ita comp letion, the different parts were entrusted to different hand«,airf an unfortunate machinist of Belgium goi one of thenv- He toew not what he was workiog on* bul jiM as I* had.com. Dieted his task, he was pounced upon by the police, the supposition being that he was making an infernal machine lor the special benefit of Leopold. .However, he told his story, and his American employer mLondpn came forward and confirmed it. The American minister in London communicated the (acts to the legation of our beloved country in Brussels.. Our consul, Mr. Siebel, was not at home, and the poor mechanic remained in his cell. His wife upon this went to the American lega...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS. At Powcn's Ijmplfe store. CALL at)- 4 see Ihe ' best 1 and largest stock of Good* ever offered to the public Consisting of DRV GUODS, GROCERIES, HARD-WARB, WOODENWARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, and a Urgestoek of READY-MADE CLOTHING! I flatter myself that I can dress a man topartioO' lar fitt in all cases who desire the rtady-miuie. Thb Ladies are inviled to call and examine the richest and best assortment of DRESS GOOD8 evi> bofore .offered in market—which 1 am prepared \o sell at prices thai cannot lailto suit. Welliborough Sept. 13,1854. ARNOLD'S Half cry and Variety Store.-BOS ION, MILK, BUTTER & Common CRACKERS, Ftesh Baked, by the lb.» or bbl. Family Halting,and Parties, furnished of short notice, Deals also in GROCERIES,. PRO VISJONS,FOREIGN* DOMESTIC, GREliX $ DRIED FJiUIT8. CASH paid for Butter, E"g*i Cheese* Lird, ' Grain and other products of the Farm. W. J. ARNOLD, Agt. RUFUS ARNOLD. Corning, N. Y., Aug., 3,185-l-lf. TO TH...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

" A. Ulan sinonj the women." A. remarkable trial came off ' alely iD Ornnije county, New York, wherein a rnnn named Rio^ laad was plaotiff, and certain brethren of the Methodist persuasion were defendants. The suit was intituled by the Plainnff lo recover damnuRS from Defendants for pitching snid Plaintiff out of meeting.-TTne lacis were these in brief: Ringland, in compuny with his wife and anoiher female Inend, went 10 nn evening prayer nveting at tho Methodist Church at Gardenlown, and look his seat in ihe rear of ihe room, by the side of his wife and friend. An ancient cus¬ tom in thai particular Church forbids males andjemales from silling together during service, antKsoon it was circulated through ihe congregation that "a man was among the wornen. " The Plaintiff was requesred to go on (he " man's side," but he remained sealed. One of the Trustees—afier th£ Plaintiff had explained that it was his wont to sit by his wife,—consented that he might keep ni'> seat, provi...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 16 November 1854

Oklinary. DiedOct. 29, pT eooif mptiba, after a linking iUneeOSMELINE, wlfcrf Joel PtikborH, at bii residence in Elklind. ; ' " ' _ . ' She died as she lived, a Christian, and with the full hope and assurance of n life beyond the, grave, where death and sorrow enter not. ' ¦ , , ' v ' ,. - - i The following . Resolutions were unanimously adopted by Elkland-Lodgei No. 434, I. 0. pf 0. F., Oct..30,1854. ' . ¦ Retoheii That wr^ile we bow in humble submission to the will'of Divine Providence, in removing by death, from our midst, the beloved and amiable wife of our Brother Joel Parkhurst, we do deeply sympathise with him in his sad bereavement. Resolved, That we do also . 'deeply sympathise with- her numerotls Friends and dear relatives in tne ' tr great loss faf a loving .and dutiful daughter, a-kind and worthy aisler, and a friend of whom ' none can aay aught; and most especially would we extend our sympathies to those now motherless children. Resolved, That we will ever cherish t...

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