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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

\i:VV ARRIVAL! SPRING GOODS. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. TONES & ROErWeJlsborouuh, Pa., are ^ now receiving direct from New York and Boston Markets, a largo and well selected stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HEAD¥- MAPElCLOTHTITO, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS &. SHOES, &c, &c. (Uah-lmgers w '" ^"^ '' £ rca " y t0 their interest to call and examine th'4, extensive stock before parchasing elsewhere, as they will always find a large assortment lo select from, and at prices that we defy all competition. ' May 18, 1854.

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

They Have Conic at Last! NEW GOODS! HEW fiOODst! NOW is your time, Ladies, lo buy your Spring'and Summer Goods, while you have a large stock to select from. The subscribers have just received their enlir^ Spring stock, direct from Boston and New York markets, which iiir surpasses for style, variety and low prices any stock that was ever before offered in this market. We deem it un. necessary lo numerate articles, as you can be assured of finding nearly every article in the DRT GOODS line, including a splendid assortment of Ladies D««8 Goods, which you are earnestly invited to call and examine styles and prices before purchasing elsewhere. JONES & ROE. Well»borough, June 1,1854.

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Stray Horse. i CA ME into the enclosure ofJH1 the •ubscriber, on lha 16th inst n jfltffifflT A LIGHT BAY MARE, dark mane f ?**^* and tail. The owner is requested io ,t^Jj^SJi come forward, prove property, pay charges ana take her away; otherwise she will be disposed of according to law. BENJAMIN FURMAN. Games, July 20, 1854-3w. »

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

W. IT. WEBB, Bf. P., (Late a Graduate of Caitletan Medical College, Vt. ) HAS associated himself with Dr. N. Packer, in the practice of Medicine and Surgery. They will promptly attend bJ) eaJJs in their profession. Office on Main-st., opposite the Presbyterian Church, Welfrborongh, Pa. jy 27. '

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

; Clothing;! Clothing! r;: GEN FLEMEN in want of anything irt the line «f Clothioe w'H find the largest stock of the ra let fashionable styles at the.Cash Store of ' Juno J .1851. JONES & ROE.

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

urn- nuuui! " I- ntiln't l»een Stealing Nothing* " A rich incident occurred a short time since, in one of the county Courts in Vermont, ' which we consider too good to be lost. j , Many of the jury, together with the judge and lawyers, were intending to participate in n celebration of a society in which they weija members, and were consequently, in . their anxiety to close the term, rushing cases thro' with all despatch that honor and justice would admit At half-past twelve o'clock, one day, an intermission of half an hour for dinner was grnnted, wiih a strict injunction from the judge that all hands-must be back punctually at one o'clock, to commence a new case of larceny. The dinner that day was swallowed with greater rapidity than usuftl, and as the clocktitruck one, lha officers ofjihe law rushed into Court, like chickens into a meal trough. While they were eatiug their dinners, howfiver, a young man from the " kouotry," being somewhat anxious to see the manner in which ...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

i C. E. GRAY. JOY TO TItE WORJLD! " MAN HIS O\V|N PHYSICIAN." ¦ DR. PHIl.TP LEDDY's DEATH- rO-P AIN. The great Ami rican Remedy for Fever i$" Ague, I heumatism, Dysentery, Cholics,and Gr ' n ' wg Pains, Bruises and Strains, Burns <$• Scalds, Fresh Wounds, Dyspepsia, Cong ) s •$• Colds. AXD ALL OTIILK KINDRED' DISEASES. r pillk> Medicine ha i proved, and will prove an unconditional P in Destroyer in all ca6c«, whether External or Iuicrnal. Hence it lias received the appropriate nai le of " Dealh-to.Pain." 't has, l>y bcinjj kept on I and by families who know iU value, hern the meai 3 of Having monoy, and oiten life,by its timely use in sudden attacks, ana in case of uccidetils. In till bruises and flesh wounds this DcaUi-to-pain is lha! best embrocation th«t can be found. The Eurcnuijs is immediatel y extracted —swellings reduced—ojnd profuse bleeding stopped. A uingle dose will ease tiie moat severe griping pains in tlie buwfli", and a fen' applications will e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Bowens. VVcllsborough, April 20, 1654. IMPORTANT ro tub . Farmer, Farrier & Stage Proprietor GEO. W. MERCHANT'S CELEBRATED GARGLING OH HNrt8RAll.li.iD is lar «'•""» <" hidicim At tits most remarkable External Application ovei discovered. "They can't Keep Jlouse without it" Experience of more llitn eiileen yearn has cslabhcheo Ihe fw.t that Merchant' * Celebrated Gargling Oil, or Dm Veml Family Embrocation, will euro inosl caeca, and ro. tiers all such as Spavins, Sweeney, Einglionc, 'Windfalls, Pall EtiI, Callous, " Cracked Heels, Galls of all kinds, Fresh Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, Fistula, Sitfast, Sand OracU, Strains, Lameness. Foundered Feet, Scratches or Grease, Mange, Rheumatism, Bites of Animals, External Poisons, Painful Nervous Affections, Frost Bites, Boils, Corns, Whitlows, Burns aud Scalds, Clullblaius, Chapped Hands, Cramps, Contractions of Uio Muscles, Swellings, Weakness * of the Joints, Caked Breasts, Ac. Ac. <tc. The unparalleled micccra of it...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

iiie-f?«H|i^BL^raae%oyPwa« The Pniw * con<esjxmdant ' «f ; tfe"Nj -Y Times, writeruBkJer thjs '-headIJjj t\ \ ^ . Iking a,ra^fd'fi>rluw., ' , AVtfc t£»&8i the reading roorrjs,Hhe glob' s, wfejfg| ' .people stoster itf numbersJojrea&.tne illustrated papers, there is a natural desire lo know the soluiion to the pictorial charades And enigmas, without1 ; wai. ting the issue of the next week's number. A man with a natural tact at resolving (hem, has made.a trade of it. He gets the :paper before any .one else is up, at 8 o-'clock, and sets out on his round with the desired explanations.' He sells the secrets to ihe. heads of the various establishments, charging each peN son five sous, and thus earns fifty frances a ' rebus. As there are three a week, he maks 81,600 a year. He spends but a third of this, and invests §1,000 per annum. This has been going on for a long lime, and hiB savings amount to a very pretty sum. He will have a house of his own be...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

ZINC PAIATS. One third cheaper than While Lead, and free from all poisonous qualities. r-pHE NEW JERSE^ZIN. C COMPANY -*- having greatly enlarged llieir works, and improved the quality of their products, are prepared lo execute orders tor their . Superior Paints, Dry, and ground in Oil, in assorted packages of from 25 lo 500 pounds; also, Dry, iu barrels, of 200 lbs. each. Their White Zinc, which is sold dry or ground into, iswarrantcd PURE and unsurpassed for body and uniform whiteness. A method of prepcration has recently been discovered, which enables the Company to warrant their paints to keep fresh and sod in the kegs for any reasonable time. In IIub respect their paints will be superior lo any other in the market. Their Brown Zinc Paint, which is sold at a low price, and can. only be made from Ihe Zinc ares from New Jersey, is now woll known for its protective qualities when applied to iron or other metallic surfaces. Their Stone Color Paint possesses all the properties of...

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Tlio Scicucc of Circus Riding Some beautiful illustrations of centrifugal force, are afforded by the feats of horsemanship in the ring of an amphitheatre It may not be generally known that tho circular form is absolutely necessary to the success of those performances. It would probably be impossible for tho horseman even to stand on his saddle while the horse is moving in a straight line, still less to perform the elegant and surprising evoluiions which we so much admire, because it would be impossible for the rider so to alter the position of his body constantly rtiihin the' narrow base of his feet.- But if, insiead of riding in a straight line, he rides in a curse, a new force U lent to him to support his weight—acting, too, ns if U acted at iho same point where his weight may be supposed to act, namely, his centre of gravity; his new force is his qenirifugal force. His centre of gravity has now no longer any occasion to be brought over the base of his feet, anothor horizo...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

An inquislive landlady, recently,on discovering llial one of her boarders had left, exclaimed addressing her servant girl—"Bless Bless me Ihe genleel foreign gentleman has gone away without paying his month's board, nnd left his trunk with nothing in il hut bricks, I wonder how he got them there? " The servant girl suggested thai he had brought them up slairs in his hal. Rbbpkotfvl.—A strictly orlhodox old gentleman in Massacusctts, returning home one Sunday from Church , begiyi to extol themerits of ihe sermon. "I have heard, Frank," said he, "one of the most delightful sermons ever delivered before a Christian society. It carried me lothe gales of heaven." . " Well, I ihink," replied . Frank, you had better have dodged in ; you will never get another such a chance." TrrB Pennsylvania Slate Fair, this season, will be held on the Powellon. and Bri g ham Estates, in the 24th ward, Philadelphia, near the Market street bridge, a sile most advanlageous located for ihe convenience ...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Whatca WnAtE Dons.—The noise of a whale can be heard at least a mile. He throws the water from twenty lo twenty five feet High. After g iving a blow, which' he does when he is close ~ to the surface of ihe woteV, he instantly goes under. He . usually rises in from one to two minules, but sometimes he Is under five^ .minutes. Once as I sut on the bowsprit, watching two or three who were playing about, one passed within a few yards of me, blew a.blast wrtji his wa¬ ter trumpet, and down he went, 1 had a good opportunity of seeing him, nnd got a fuir view of iho broaihing pipe. It was a round hole in the top of his head with a slight rim around ii ond apparentl y about two inches in diameter. This one as near as F could jud ge was from sixly to seventy feet in lengih. The top of his head and " shouldoas" was, broad and flat, and near or quite twelve feet across. His back, instead of appearing round, was nearly level, nnd'showed room enough for a quartette of Highlanders, lo have da...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

WCLLSBOKO' 1 OlIVDItl , and Iflachine Shop. ' rrVHE subscriber having rented the interest JL of Lovi Ohubbnck in the Weltsborough Foundry, ia now prepared to manufacturo most binds o machinery—such us : .' Mill Cranks, Mill Gearing,,Slides, Balance-WheeU, Shafts, PnZZies, Jj-c, tyc. Machinery of all kinds.repaired on short notice, by. experienced workman, and on reasonable terms. Ploughs. | The attention of Farmers is particularly called to our assortment of Ploughs, which are unsurpassed by any oilier Foundry in lite Stale. Our Ploughs consist in part of the celebrated - Cbubbuck Plough,. No. 5. do. do . ' .......: do. 4. Dutcher do. Blocklcy Plough. Corn do. , Side Hill do. The Side Hill PJough is the only Plough that will turn equal furrows oh either side, and plow on level ground. Stoves, Stoves. l An extensive assortment of Stoves will be kept constantly on hand, embracing the best kinds now in use, a description of which he will givo in a further advertisement. CALDRON KET...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

DOCTOR YOURSELF 1 The Pocket ^Bsculapins: OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PilfYSlGIAU THE Fiftieth Edition, _^f|§&. wiih One Hundred En- OB? LJ^Sk gravings, showing DUeues fl&7 Ja ^Sk and Malformations of the Hu- 13/ JB3& \®| man System in every shape SSI fSJKBSO ^. IB nnd form. To which is added1W ¦ MfifllUSa 19 a Treaties on the Diseases ofHl ^BWlffl*'jH Females, being or the highest Bgrn BI IS iropojrtance to married people , mHM iSj or those contemplating mar- vfSuBQaMm tinge. I ^SSbE^ By Wji Yotmo, M. D. ; aB^» Let no father be ashamed to presenla copy of the iE»0ULArltJs to his child. It may cave bita from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations of married life without readii.g Uie Pocket JEscuLArwf. Lei no one suffering from a hacknied Cough, Pain in the side, rcstleea nights, nervous feelings, and' the whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, and given up by their physician, be another moment without consulting the TEsculapiu...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Kansas.—Extract of a letter from a gentleman now at Fort Leaven worth, Kansas, Territory, dated June 20, 1854 ; " I fear we are to have an exciting struggle about slavery. Pro-slavery men are oh the alert hero, and evince a great deal of sensitiveness and determination. They have been aroused by lha movement at the North to ex. iraordinnry effort , and now if the men of the North, who have talked about facilitating the immigration of freemen here bac» out or allow (heir ardor to cool, slavery will triumph in Ivausas. There is no doubt that New England men can prosper here. I liust you will start Oul a few;" ./ Precocious;—They have some smart girls in the Buckeye Stato^- - Hero is. one of them. A conductor on the road from Cincinnati to Hamilton, saw a nice little girl whom he sup. posed came under the rate of half price for children and returned half the amount tendered with a remark to that effect. "Half fare?—ha I ha! Why, do you lake me for a girl?" -"Certainly, Miss, unless...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Tub So-called D^hqcbats.—Edrnond Burke of New Hampshire, afer tracing the history of his connection wiih ihe Democratic party for the last eight months, draws the following picture of the Democratic parly of the Nonh: fc " In Maine, the Derrwcratlc party Is disorganized and defeated. In New York, it is in a condilion .far more desperate. In New Hampshire, by the aid of National Democrats —who have been persecuted and proscribed by (he President and his minions—the Dem. ocratic parly barely saved from defeat. In Massachusetts, there is ne democratic party, nothing but a poor mercenary, unprincipled, contemptible faction ^ calling themselves Democrats, who yearly coalesce with the Free Boilers, and who support the Administration nominally only in consideration of the crumbs which fall from the Executive table. In Vermont there nver was a Democratic parly worth saving. In short, in every Slale north of Ma. son and DLxon's line, the paFryirrmjreTjrtess demoralized and disorganized; ...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Ten oases .of cholera were reported in Brooklyn on Thursday, two of which proved fatal. : S. B. Williams, of the firm of Baker & Co., of Boston, fell a victim tccholera in Montreal, last Sunday. Adam A. Kart, and wife.'died of cholera at Albany, New York, a few nights ago. On the 4th, a conductor nnd brakeman were seized wiih the disease on the Lowell railroad npar Boston. At St. Louis, a few days ago, five njdmbers of a single family died of cholera after an illness of six or eight hours. George Jackson died of the disease at Newark, N. J., on Wednesday, alter eating cucumbers. Tub following verbatim el literatim, was lately received by an undertaker, from an afflicled widower: ¦ > f " Mr. Genimery my woif is dpdflj and wants to be berried. Dig a Graiv for hir an •hee shal cilm to beberred tomorrerat wonner cloko—yu knoes ware to\di g it bi mi too Uther wifes ; lit it be dcap."

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Tt f-. melt a, J ady fight into a bouquet, just praise her feet, her iands, chest, her eyes and her hair, S, he is ji :fluehi as reclined spirits and as smooth as tre oil of rose* about thai Jime. FormelllBg salico you wust-touohfaer weaknesses with a finger of praise. lii&uus ¦•aniM'flMtiuivi.ii'iisa i -;... iNZ4m^ojByifjfE, t pj , _^ . rnHE,. subscribers have constantly ' <¦» of fljjybffiS; #<:.,.of aveiy . ( eicdpliaa . tWLA used oTjPhjiiciaiis 'in/ the jpnntiy, ' and ail the fhteh (VB-offeribr •«le!»i.prj<iej1 which cannot/ail to suit thofie who rnay favor up with ii<?all. i: J ; . AJnongiur'^dtcntMedicines njoy be fgund the jparchanl'i GarglingQftj JayneUExpeclorant,Alttfatitt, Biiiqjfm, fa.;. lMal\-BU^r*- and Pills j 'Fitdit'ieilverplated Abdominal Supporttfy, fraeei. , Inhaliifg libft, and ell the mioicinu r lpreoared-fojiimjar ,hit private pracly*; Mtant'i 2yu y * Cfytmi Pectoral; liogtri' Gyrup.of Tar tt\i, .Cahcltaueue; DillowU J...

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