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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

Tile Poor Girlk ¦ ,Fo . r a young tndy to be pretty, proud, and poor, in-a city like this; is loo often fatal to her, vjrjue ; and if she fall in her daily strugg i & ' lqjKCj^up appearances, a victim to her vanity, the, sjn .must be, measured by the force, of Jhft, lecpplation thai ' indyced it, -^- Knowi . ngjjiut . ^he-can buy ;ti beautiful dres%, or,.pay a. .weejj ' a ,bqard, by yiefdio ji to a transitory pleasure,, , the .lemptpiions, f rom without and from within .overcome ihe ..protests of conscience,and the fcar.\qfj.jie,future-;, the fair one fulU into the frail one, and the blighted flower, no longer.an ornament pf creaiiQn,.i8 thencetbrtli an object, of. pity, sad enough.to.make heaven' s angels, weejv vvhile iheliearilesa multitude of eanh?8lAintsd,6in-j ne ' rs,- particulorly.of her owi> ; sex,casl^tonea nt lli^poor- li prosiiiuie," and treatheru-assonaj past tiU hope'of. redemption:' . ' :< .i ' : i\Ve do-; not aaV that -sopietyis. altoget...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

Tub Richmond Dispatch says that Mr. Elliott-hnving made arrangements fora balloon.ascension from that place was prevailed upon by a young man named Carrier to make a brief ascent held by cords. Carrier having got inio the car, soon rose abovo the heads of the multitude, when, to ihe astonishment of every spectator, he cot the cordp which held , the balloon to the earth, and sailed off rapidly tpwards the sky. . The disappointment of Mr, Elliott, who w,as anticipating a magnificent serial voyage, so adectej.liim that ho fainted. Carrier' succeeded in making a safe descent, very much to the surprise of everbody. , The. editress of. the Lancaster Literary Gazette says she would as soon nestle licr nose .in nj^ C.s nest of swingle tow, as allow a mann ni[h whiskers to kiss her. J would advjsa all the young men that wish to. kiss e l ha editress |o shave themselves, or stand one side. . , ,. i The Green ' Mountaineers iri Vermoni, instea ' rl of pay!ng twelve cents a pound Cot bee f ...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

THE .AQfTf Iff • I gar* tfa»\poor dtrU * <MUr, tirf beds film go absnfbitbsiraeia!" ¦ -' * ¦ "' . *ttft«»«* 7 «-ftMit*-4}i<tf| ic| l;t.«^a.U it wm< p|ew»ntdotj» Wasthewsanytortfe-il?, Qr in* tM coin ewe »l UmwW u 'enpbaafc thU aid ytotow ikn/jittit-» KTli*L.jnVLi*. t***3i « . yo, a»j not; hettfi ^ 4fOfi\a gtt rid of yw»—ej«ttp » l tbill" If tha fetter to trw, good air,/sit oOf weaodud th* wmiiin hmrt vf.pomW «pd nitMao* moMdee|^. Bntf |ontH^«Hft Owl dolfatt wouU praw tikk the Mf% <^» (Met DndSektpidtttpootbitaniiwor . lhteKta.. . Then, ii liiilt comfort ia o»tim Knwwli|i*eii|(vd(iogly, cren with the •btrbeoed »>p^ite of famine. Eloquenoo nmwti emniiifij ia Uw,«niuir.r K aj. proptittenM* of.geqttire ,llie ioton^Uoo »nd even in Ittcafretuotnat.liutfftket'ieya. , Ib^imii lbema. , tifBl im»jwy •od.ljw ?^V ejckitil K»tiro«nU taay, b« tortaned i»to«ioimonp Ue« by • booflint filter. And niluiii §irio|. There if a corttin lomething eoovejed In U» mmntT...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

i-«*«*n^if*«. g^le Know* -• • Fit* .juifftra^bawap d, * $***<• «# ,W Kan... »ni«^By^.W^, ««#- modsied with. , ttwTbwk-land* in - tjbe worm . v locating immediately •« IbimTwritory. The soil i« of the riclfest it*H&tti**ni6g >fom eig hteen inches u fi«M ti> tfoptht the climate salubrious laa-thermometer wmlj&SC never rising «bo<r« W5 degrees in<he«ha<te. In Pennsylvania, whew we resided ««.«ng (be last sumoWr, it «<x# for fry* « .£><**• sion at ' 106 d>jg, from ten M** , Mm , forenoon lo three in tfte anerooofl, The winters ' jite " cOmparatirely mild with v*riW lubject lo frequent change*, on a6»fflrt of 1 the high altitude of the country. TH)"* ductions or Missouri, Kentucky and, Ohio grow here in great abundant*. Apples, peaches and pear* seem well adapted to, the «oif. Mr, Walker, the intelligent provisional <3orernor of the Wyandot Indians, arid formerly from northern Ohio, says ...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

A Word f C*>rKesM»B«l«titt The reUlione subsisting between an editor and correspondents are continually misapprehended. Not long since, we received a communication on Land Reform, not without merit, the chief of which was brevity. This communication was anonymous, and we slated in s notice that no anonymous articles would be published, though we bad no objection to publishing articles when convinced of the ability and good faith of the author. Soon af.er, the author wailed on os, and after a little conversation, we candidly told him that we did not think he would be able to (attain tbe part he wished to undertake; add. ing, that should be please to writs ont tbe whole ar gnmeat and submit it, we would do with it as judgment dictated. After examining the argument, we became convinced (as our readers will be,) thai oui first impressions were just. Judging mildly, we can only say that la literary productions, the articles in question may rank with Mother Goose's Mclodiei...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

The Pennsylvania Telegraph. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! We want five thousand new Subscribers ic the Telegraph, and give the following rea. sons why we should have them : First.—It is the only English paper published at Harrisburg, that will support the Admini8t ration of JAMES POLLOCK, *na oppose ihe inquiiies of . Franklin Pierce & Co. ¦Second.—The approaching SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE, owing to its peculiar conslruction, will be one of unusual interest, nnd we will g ive a correct history ot " ihe proceedings. Third.—We have been deprived of some two hundred subscribers through ihe influence of the Jetuita and deputy Post Masters. Fourth.—An . exciting PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN i* aboul opening, in wnich Pennsylvania and her citizens will p lay no id. considerable part. Fif th.—VVe »bal) wageejlermmaunn warfare against the NEBRASKA INFAMY, ana POLITICAL ROMAN CATHOLICISM ;- we shall advocate immediate and smngem resinclive measures Huh reference lo itie License sysje...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

Trial tor jntarder while Attempt" log to Kidnap a Ifegro. An individual named McCord was tried at Xenia, Ohio, last week, for the murder of a negro whom he was attempting to kidnap, and was convicted of murder in the second degree. " McCord, riding in a buggy, overtook the negro, who was afoot, and invited him to ride. Being then in an Anti-Slavery neighborhood, it was agreed between them that the negro should represent himself as a fugitive slave, McCord passing for an agent or conductor of the underground railroad, the firm being organized for the purpose of ¦! making a raise" out of such ' benevolent persons as they mi ght chance to meet, fbr the joint benefit of the partners. The business, however, did not prove very lucrative. The only person lhal they met was a lapsed disciple ol George Fox, who replied to their slory, that gold and silver he had none, but such as he had they were welcome to, puffing out a boltfe of whiskey and treating them. " The first house at which t...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

ltertrawtire Fire I* Mmmtr—et IVMy- e^p U Building* BnmUl The most destructive fire that ever vtai t«d Mootrose, scoured on ihe.flwmibt; of Friday last, November 10th. At about 0 o' clock A. M., the alarm was given, and two eonti guoui buildings, the Store of Bent ley & Read tnd A. Baldwin's Saddle and Harnew Shop, were found lot be on fire/ The Ftie Engine WBI speedily on (he groand, but ihe flames had made so mucji. progress (hat all tbe efibrti oi firemen and citizens seemed of tittle avail, — With a compact raw of wood buildings , filled with inflammable materials, before it, the fin spread with remarkable rapidity. 8weepio> westerly beforejb* wind, it destroyed til the buildings ori the South aido of Turnpike it., from Bentley & Read's Store to the residence of Alfred Baldwin, which was saved b y great exertions. -Towards the East it extended to M. S. Wilson's Store which was destroyed but his dwelling house was saved. From the corners of Turnpike and...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

VaioB AeadeMy. ; 8. B. PRICE, Prteet^I; C. \H.it&&iiM*i* 't. Hn. S. Pwct, rr««ptrtM; Mi»» A-8»»Cft XklfV * #.«?<*./, '.' ' j . r . V, .y. f >f;iV/V<i V !•-,« THE WINTER TER». rQr;i854-* will eomiMMW Nov. 881 the Sprinf T«rqt<fcr Boirtfiper wiie%' ..5-s MS: It SO TailioD per Una.. . - ..< kV.v 5,00 D<)eVlfeld;«ov; J ld,-ieS4 ; 4t. v Chtfirc, Cbalrfl, Cbalr*. "RESIDES » vnrietyiif all otrnr kindiJof D of HQUSBBQlD FVRNITUBJB, «» «bttriber has" lour different sijles of : ' BLACR WAL>tjT CANE SEAT CHAlRiB, which be i« settjng »t oott frice*. Alts, ' ! , Two different patHrnM of Mahogany Spring Seat Wtifri,und Ma)tog9*y Rockers. ' ani threelparienu vf Sofa*. - • ' Alto, Rotewood, Cilrj M«P>«i "id CommOn cbtif* of aU kind*. ' . \ E. D. WELLS. Lawrenctvillo. tjov. 16.I6M. ' ' A Chanee to Wake Moaey! PROFITABLE.hnd HONORABLE EMPLOYMENT.—The subscriber it denroat o having aa tgeot in each county and town of the Union. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

Nov'^iVwi lHa.J&i«br KCreek; E. a Campbell, Phd RaVMilia j\f. CrawRirdf do.; H. SiWey, aonWj,H., Woptt>J|i»r ' (JpU H. Johnson, do.; L. grumble, do *; E» 1 E1JmMU do.; C. H. Edwarty rV^w^&t Ben-DeU, Canton; W. Aufaey* Cedar Run; L. Bird, Coudersport; H. H. Bird, do.; G. ft. Bailey; Mansfield; 0; W; Sackett, ComiogY H. Crafut, Pine Cfeek t C. L. Tnw>att, Cedsr Run 1 E. 8. Campbeit, Jersey Shore; t. Smith, Elk Bun. . ' ' ,. . Nov. 17 4c 18.—W, Pinrwy, Cedar Run; M. Hart, ChnrTeaion j <}; W. Buakirk, Cedur Run; M. Sweer, Maine J S. C. Webster, Middlebury; C. G. -Denn ' ison, Tioga; ,S. Wilcox, do.; Jerome B. Potter, Middlebury; Henry S. Archer, Morris; Charts* B. Hoyt, Osceola; L. Truman, Cedar Run ; D. Burchard, -Fine Creek; C. Bdmond* and wife, do.; C. Harris, Cedir !ftnn;> 4 S. W. Cu«e, Johnstown. ' ' ¦ ' ' ¦ ¦ ¦ NoV. 20 & 21.—P. Owen, Tompk ' tos Co.; J. Hoaglaod, Coviogton; W. Hoagtuod, do.;. P. P. Putnam, do.; C. Stern, Al...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

SU£klFI^8 SA > Ricia«,ry«idHi)»iii.,E»po^« md/fti ari Facias, isnue'd oU! ofdbe Court of CoimmWPleM br.Ttogi County,;and^t^wadir . Wted. wil! be ^ pTtsrd t6 puWic »«!e .tife ;CojjM House, in Well^.rouKh, r* MONDAY, ! •the 4'b.day of Deceinixr, 18S4>8t4 o ' clock; /ftM. v to"wHs ¦ .;.,.. . %fe;^ ' IA •!"< of land ininwrenw townnhipibounH ]<U4 North by Pater Koep, «ast and wwlh hy Spor. reU Und, tod wot by land *t P«ttt lU^.eootain Dgtboaidfitntwumor le**. ' Tabs*AAmtim property of John Arnet : : , .-.. .:„:!•. . .. , .,,. ' Auo—'A lut of Im-d in Charleston town, akijt booaded north by P. Colter, cad hy John ' Hart jind N, Ao*trn,tooih b y F. Winfate and west by Joel CoNer, coolainftW »bout 50 acre*, with abaat 25 acrea'IawroVedj fttni* honse, ftams baro taw] apple 6>cht« therioa. To br Mid ttf lh« pra^rly of E. H. JeDoinj*. , ¦-'¦ ¦¦ • • j ALSO—A lot of land in DeerhVId town, ship, bounded aorth and ettl by C. & S. Short, lotuh b y C...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

The A«« •f «lu> P«UI#r«»»- . Some hnve npt hesitated seriously to a«- cribe 10 our foreftiher Adam, the height of nine hundred yards, and the age of almost a housand yean. Bu\ the accurate, and "• i,onal ia»wtig«t»a. W rnpjdero p hilwphy, has coDVertejMto^j/ppaed booe* of giants, found in djffemi. part* of the »rthi,mto those of the elephant and rhioocero.; aftd acute thealogists lure shot™ thai: Ihe chronology bf the early ages wt« not UM-jame as ihat use5 - at present. Some, particularly Hensler, have proved, With, the highest probability, that ihe year, till the time of Abrahamconsisted only of three months; thaljl , was afterwards extended to eig ht; and that * it was . not till the lime of Joseph, that, it was made to consist of twelve. These ' aiserfjAns are, id a certain degree, confirmed by some of ihe Eastern nations, who still reckon only three months to the year; and besides, it would be altogether inexplicable why the life of roan should have been shortened on...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

FANNIiW MILLS. ATTENTION, FARMERS! THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully id-!brm the Farmers of Tioga County, that they ire now Maoufccturine FINCH'S IMPROVED, PREMIUM FANNING MILLS, three miles ' s6uth of WelUborough, .on the Jersey Shore road ; and (eel Warranted in saying that s«id Mill is the bust ever introduced into Tioga County both as respects' cleaning ftitand well, and the saving of Grans Seed. Farmers arc respectfully invited to calj and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere ' . * tCT All kinds of Produce taken in payment. Old Mills repaired on sh^rl notice. ANGUS GRIFFIN & SONS. Delniar, Oct. 12, 1854-lf. NEW KRO-TERY, PKOVISION STORE, AND OTSTER SALOON. J HOYT would most respectfully inform • the oitiiens of Wellsbaro' tnd Vicinity, thtt ho has ju*t opened a Grocery and Oyster Saloon ado door below Clc.iver'rf Hotel, where he Will be happy to Ihrnish families with all kind* of Groceries a* cheap as the chupetL Sugars, Imm the finest whit* down to the che...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

. down to the bidder, and upon t failure to jwniply:•iih.tKi:rg jaknien thetract ^ f hod. ) HaVe^ffe^'MS their full ,io6VW ' whtcl» taclwdtjav* «}»leo<iii »«i«rtineai ol* r .-- ¦;¦' ' • ¦ ;DBT.-GO-P'D-8- , ¦ ¦ • '¦ > - f iONSlSTINC; in part of a splendid tv . V. »ojtlweirtof Ricb.F«aob Meriaow «f afl oofort at.rery fc»w,p»«>e*>.aliO,Paf»n»»Uaof all colon, AlMV«ol«ri (Uwa* Deltioe* . Black SUk* at »u«>b l<wertb^ «m*« prioe* , Merrioticao* CpeWPs Print*, ; tonf. »»d £«M?« WooUa Shawls at very low pricev 0riWM FMtorj. Heaca> Muslin*, *«4 tod While FUnoef* Cotton Fl«nael«8triM BWrtioi. Blw OeoriM. *W T(«kiDf, Brotd Cloifaa, Vm> raere*. SaUoetU, K*ntuckj J«tno, Sheep' * Grey Cloth, Cotton Jtaiiaf, Cmim% Wtro, Cvtion y*rn, and ajt* M»y iflUtW »rtiole« in tba tbova, line that, W* have not tiro* uor room y-ehwaerate ia a tipgla •drertiseBienti GRO0tBtt8 AMD mmBOM. i Mut<»ndo,ColH»Cru»btil ,Poirdcr««aB«,Crosh od Sugar*; Atewa...

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

NEW GOODS. THE subscriber would respectfully inform hi« customer* end friend* that lie still coo. tinuc* the mercantile basinet*) at the old place, it Iho we.1 known store of L. I. Nichols, where he will be hippy to wait on tho** that will favor him with a call, and wopld invite tlie attention of the public generally to h° .i large and commodious tlock of DRY GOODS, Groceries, Beady-Madfe Cloth, fngr nnd llardtrarc, CROCKERY, WOODENWARfi, STOSEWARE. BOOTS & SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, &c., &o., in feet everything el™ kept ia a country t'ore, tr ff. cIds too numerous to mention, and will nil cheaper than can b» bought this ride of Now York city. All kiBd* of prodon* taken in exefaane* fur f oedt at the hi g bert market price. J, R, 1 BQ\VEiC. Welhibogmgh t Jnnpaa.iaS^ , NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS, At Bowen 1 ! £o>plre Store. fiALL ao^ see the best and largest stor k vof Good* ever offiirai to lbs pobKo. Obnti«<.m£ of dry Goods, groceries , harp-w^ki:, WO...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

ABlfOLD'S Bakery and Variety Storei "DOSION, MILK, BUrrSR & Comrwtv -O CrUCKEKS . r»»h Baked, by tho la^, or bbl- Famil y fiakiof.aod Partie*. fumixturt i-t !<hort notice. Deth tbo in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN* DOMESTIC, ORBEN $ DRIED fRUITS. CASH paid for Butter,Erg«,Cheese,L«d, Grain sad other produc t* of the Farm. \V. J. ARNOLD, Art. RUfUS ARNOLD. Corning, N. Y^ Aug., 3,1854-tf. ; xo toe ruBiat. ' T DEEM it proper io say that ihe csu»e d * ¦ af toy IwJog oat of Flatter, for the last <»w dapn wa* owing to circumstances beyond my eontrotd The Canal between CayHga Bridge" and the Jun^di Lock, va* not in Tcadine ' tt at the tim* toadvcr(K<a in conKquencs of building a new Lock. But * FRESH SUPPLY hat just ln*o rweiwd, «sd wiU be ground to supply alt tout uiil.etJL l^>nie r, m-, come all. " AMOS BIXBY * Man.Held. Mtv S3.1844. Leather! Leatber! , T F. RIB|SBOilE, lakes this method «l • to infer* *Ao^kei*V Bwpettnujus. and the poUaJeatttiH...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

WELLSBOJld' ACAWRMY, THE WINTER TJtiMct ihMJ^ty^ l*Hi. R«7a^bMlU' oiMrt*^'t]^:ind««> ftr on. tmti^bu#M*tb'>i+*>imfpml,m aattea. •*" ", *: * -;.r-*- ". ^, - r TTrom Ih* ttaUaien^NBMvtd ofchk«b«n^«»= oaalifi(HTr*nMi r>na M» Uptirieae* k UMhiagj tod: frim hi* -fr»^ wfttAbw »«d •Utrwbere, we-eta cb»*rfullj Kcommead tatHahatt to (be patronage «r the puhiiev. 'K-: 1 >¦ ¦:;: v,, ,v< .-.,: ¦ ..... ,, . ¦ V 7- . -' In addilion tctbe'kanelie* jasoally Uught in Meh In*tUaitabt\tbm.wUlb»KTucbera > . ehw*. jdampttOd «f OmM wioiateiid to engage in «wto»ino* of tatchloir. whtab will reotivB uMti«l*i:*ttention trkj ftmrnetloo, bstii from tlie Prinai^l tni^ the County Supe^intanoent.of Common .Schootr. •¦ ArrangcmehuV Laye .likewise bee* ' tnnda to bro' ' eir* soilabl* Cnetpiwl. and Philosophical Inttru mcnu,auch a* are u»cd io the hliticr order or School* ifl th. StaU bf Iftw York. ' . TIm Aetdeiar buUdJngfi now mittgohig t thtirv bogb repair and...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

GASB PAID FOB WOOL! AT THE WOOtEfi FACTORY *itu« ted on th* plank road leading from £Uland to Additon. Alto, WOOL MAIWFACTVReD INTO CLOTHS of every dewriptlon for Strawr.' wear, for thrct shillings per yard, or on (hare* at the halves. Wool Carding it, Cloth Ore** HBft dons on abort notice. The subscriber would, sty to hii fbrmcx potron ttd the public generally, that i* now doing hutines*, not mtk a o* thar$t tctttrpmetr , bat on * durable stream of water tbat-ncver tails—b«s TH'G tOU. BIB CVSTOa CARD1VQ XACJUNES , FOR CARDING WOOL INW ROLLS. Alto, au enfiro wt of machinery expressly for Manufacturing Wool into Cloth, ill of whichit in good order for doing hurinnt whicb will enable me io CARP XLL WOCI., brought from a dietanc* the tame day.lu that Vim rolls etn be taken bact immrdiately. A)) work entrusted to me thall b* veil done. D* Moil kiwi* of produce taken in payment ft/T work. Termt—Pay Daipn. Addwm, Jnne, 15. 'Si. L. C. PENDLETOX.

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

Itnpoftstnf. TTtTHEREAS, on the ni g ht of the 24th of ' v March lut, J*me» J. Jackson, and others bribe.uic of falne keys or otherwise, forced their way into the dwelling house of lha subscriber, while the family were absent and removed his goods oit( of* tha house in order to get possession—and further, I ho said James I. Jackson took possession of tha Book* belonging to Ihe subscriber, and refutes to deliver them over to him, for all of which, the aid James I. Jackson and other* have givon bail for their appearance to'the next court of Quurtcr Seta, ions. This is therefore lo forbid all persons paying any accpunl* to James I. Jackson made at the woolen Factory and Saw Mill (row that time until the lirt day of Murcli , A. D. 1852, aa I have a lease of Urn Woolen Factory and Saw Milt from tbtl time until the 1st day of March, A. D. 1855, binding me to collect all debt* for work dune. LEWIS C. PENDLETO.V. Dolour, July 07,1654-tf.

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 23 November 1854

BOWE1ST>S EMPIEE STORE. Important to the Public. AT J. R. BOWEN'S Empire Store th« time has finally come, when Goudt can Ui bought at clictp in Welltborongh, at at Klinira, Ccrning, or in any other lown west of New York i and the public at large are invited to caQ and utufy themaelrrs (hat tires it no Humbug. At J. R. Bowen's will always be fuuod an ctt«n> sivc atsortmenl of well selected DRY «OOB8, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, BOOTS &. 81101S and a large variety of Gentlemen's Clotiiinp, HATS, CAPS, SUIRTS. COLLARS, SCARFS, &e all of which will be disno*ud of at a reduced ptica J. R. BOWES. Wellsborourh, July 27, 1854-tf.

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