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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
Interesting Correspondence. Letter from Hon. A. P. Stone to C. AT. Clay. Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 12, 1855. Hon. C. M. Clay—Dear Sir: Thg Ohio Republican Convention held in ihisciiy, 13ih of July last, instructed ihe State Central Committee, of which I am Chairman, to open a correspondence wiih the Republicans ol other Stnles, in regard lo holding a National Republican Convention. A portion of ihe Republican press of this and other Slates, and a number of our most devoted friends, have expressed themselves in favor of holding an informal Mass Republican Cenvenlion at Pittsburgh, on ihe 22d of February, lo consult together and lo organize a National Republl can Commi;tee, preparatory to issuing a call for a Delejjate Convention io nominate candi¬ dates for President and Vice President. Does ihe proposition io hold this meeting, strike you favorably ? Might we expoct a representation at the meeting from Kentucky and iho olher Southern Stales? The enemies of the Republican patty charge...
Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
From Kansas. ARRIVAL OF SHANNON-CONFERENCES Lawrence, Friday, Dec. 7,1855—p. m. Positive informauon reached here lo day lhai Gen. Pomeroy was a prisoner in ihe enemy's camp—and subsequently we learned lhat they hud laken him down under a slrong guard lo Wcalport. There, it is said, he will be well treated meantime. Col Boone told me to-day that ho would be perfectly safe, and the Colonel is an honorable gentleman for a Border Ruffian. I was very much afraid ihut Pomeroy would be laken, and counseled him lo follow another rooto as the parlies who had been in pursuit of us were si ill scouring the Delasvare country. These miscreanis have been committing soma daprodaiions upon ihe ,Indians. I leurned today of two Indian houses they had broken open, and in one case they even tore up the fluor to spfi if-we wp.rR nnt concealed there. At present these scouring parlies appear to be benl on mischief. They fired the corncrib of one man in sight of Lawrence this forenoon—ihe owner being...
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
White Slaves. The Savannah Republican, primed in the Democratic State of Georgia, which boasts a Toombs, who says he will yet call the roll of his Slaves at the foot of Bunker-Hill monument, has in its impression of the 15th inst., Ihe following adverlisement: "850 REWARD.—RUNAWAY from ihe subscriber on the 22d uli, my Negro man ALBERT, who is 27 years of age, ofrj white, so much so thai he would net be tut. ¦ pected of being a Negro. Has blut ty« and very light hair. Wore when he left, j long thin beard, and rode a common chestnut sorrel horse, worth about $70 belonging io himsfilf "He is about 5 feel 8 inches high, weight about 140 pounds, has a humble and meek appearance, can neiiner read nor write, ana is a kind and amiable fellow, speaks much like a low country negro. He has no doubl been led ofT by some miserable wretch <fu. ring m.y absence lo New-York. "The above reward will be paid for his delivery lo me, or to Tison & Mackay, Savannah, or for his apprehe...
Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
January I, 1856 [Slriclly confidential.] Dear Folks : We have run a few hours ahead of clock time in dating this strictly confidential talk : bul as there arc fictions in the law and likewise in the profits aribing thorofrom, why nhuulii there nol be fictions in dales ? By a random calculation we find that it it is Mew-Year morning in St. Petersburg just about now. So, if any of you have conscientious qualms and wish to quiet them, just fincy thai we arc addressing you from that point. We wish lo volunteer a few suggestions touching the proper manner in which the first day of the New Year should be spent And as Ihere is a difference in people, bo we propose lo remark under different heads, as follows: 1. Men. 2. Those who believe themselves lo hp. men. Men. This numerous and highly respectable class will probably think thai they arc privileged to upend the day accofding to their own notions. We don'l intend lo dispute that of course, because many of them have laid in a suppl...
Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
What are they doing in Congress ? Oh, balloting and berating, adjourning and saving the Union. The indestructible and unscurcable McMuUin still lives, and while he lives, we poor simple corwliluenls may sleep in blessed security. Rome wu» suved by a walchful goose, and Rome held ihe goose sacred thenceforth. America may ho saved by Mc-Mullin; and then shall every mullin 3lalk become henceforth a sacred weed, emblematical of the valorous McMullin! So mote il be. Well, Mr. Giddings of Ohio, recklessly undertook to explain something in a speech to which McMul hn had taken exceptions, the Old War Horse said in conclusion that he hoped no genlloman in Iho House would think lhat ho would notice anything that the genllerann from Virginia mighl say, except in the way of correcting palpable misrepresentation. Upon this, the valorous McMullin arose in his wrath and says, Bays ho, "wlmt does the gentleman mean ! .Does lhat gentleman suppose he is capable of insulting me?" Here the gcntlenu...
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
onward. No falsa delicacy can exonerate us from a misimproverneni of our time and talents in (ha d-ty of final retribution and though, these are uotemporaries in the same field who regard us with very little leniency, In uking tvomnn has overstepped the bounds assigned her when she assumes the position of teacher ,; Some may controvert ihis but stooping for a moment to consider it in a pecuniary point of view, the emolument awardcil b'T in so trifling in comparison wiih that of the other sex, that the statement I thinfc is at onre vnrifiprl. fiui woman's inccatite is not (he accumu. lallph of ihe "mighty dollar". She goes forth on hr-r mission of love, uncheered by worldly applause, and considering gold as contemptible dios9 of , ihe earth when composed to the cullivaiion of that imperishable- gem which is hers lo polish and faring forth to heavens light to shine forever. . ¦ Deur sisters do we fully appreciate the magnitude of our coding? Are .we sufficiently impressed Rtih the...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
A Kcmai-kublo Man. AND A UNIVERSAL REMEDV FOB DISEASE. This city is now ihe home of one of ihe most remarkable men of thexage—a man who has traversed ihe civilized globe, and established in almost every country which he has visiicd, ihe sale of his medicines for the relief uf human suffering, and which are a cerium cure lor diseiise in all ils forms. We Bllurjy 10 PHOFHSSOn TlIOMAS IloLLOWAY, Ol London. Ii is now several \ears since this benelaclor of th<> human race first proclaimed to ihe world, through the British press, that he h-iri, after dci-p research, prepared a remedy thai wi3 sure to eradicate disease. Years of nniHMit invesligsi>ion inlo Ihe laws of human physiology which conlrol our bodies in health and when diseased, led to'lhe inveniim and preparation of ihe world-renowned IIoli.oway' s Pills and Oixthest. Nearly, il not (|uiie one half of Ihe human race have laken his rm (Wines ! His nnme is ns umveraally known over the globe as lhai of Ale...
Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
The mercury stood some 14 degrees below zero in this place, on Tuesday morning. Ditto, on yesterday morning. Verily, this weather almost tempts uno to forget the peculiar institution in visions of the tunny, sunny South. The Mansfield Express succeeds the Balance, and comes to U8 with new editors and publishers. We like iU platform exceedingly well, and wish the new enterprise all success. Messrs. Elliott tc Hoard are the Editors. The now heading looks first rate. WoocUBeo for uncle Efoen.---\ye are requested lo slate that Uncle Eben Murray will have a Wood-Bee on Saturday Jan. 5lh. Choppers and those having teams are requested to come on eatly and give him a lift. Let us hope that there will be no hanging back. "The poor yc have with ye always." The Tiibunt Almanac for 1856 has been received at this office. It contains a large amount of statistical matter and a full history of the Kansas difficulties. As a book of reference il is invaluable. The calculations are made by a pract...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
THE AGIlAgOlL * a * All Business . and bther.ComrounieaUona musl be addressed lo Ibe Editor to insure attention. Thursday Moraine, Jap. 3, 1856. Republican Nominations. F«r President In 18561 Hon.SMiHON P. GH&SE, of Ohio. For Vlcc-Presldcnt: Hon. DAVID WIL1S0T, of Penn'a. TO TUB BEPUBUOAN- PRESS, Tho RopnWican Association of Washington city, being <Ic-«lronn ot procuring ns speedily u possible ' a completo list of all papers advocating or farorable to the Republican Party, for publication, suit for (he purpose of fonrarafug them desi jalilo political information and document! from thin important point during the noxt mulon of Congress and Preridonjiul campaign, earnestly request tne editors of oil such to mnil us 0110 number of their paper addressed to u FacUfar the Ikt/jAt," Washington clly. DANIEL IL CJOODLOK, L. CLKMIANE, Committee of Republican Association.
Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
Plaster! Plaster! Plaster! rpHE Subscriber has jusl received at hia Mill near X Mansfield, a fresh supply of Cayugs, Plaster, which will be sold al Iho reduced price of $6.00 per Ton. He also keeps on hand constantly, llie MANSFIELD METALLIC PAINT, which is decidedly the best in use, at $2-50" per owt FriendB, givo mo a call—I've enough for all. Mansfield. Jan. 3. '56. A. BIXBY. Application for Divorce. To Amanda Burliston—Yon are hereby nolinw tlmtSelh Burlisson, your husband, has «pplied "> the Court of Common Pleas of Tioga county fw • divorce from the bonds of matrimony, and In"ID " said Conrt have appointed Monday, the 4th d»^<" February next, at 10 o'clock forenoon, for nea ""f the said Seth Burlitson in U10 premises, »t w""" lima and place you rain attend If you think P™P«- WclUboro' Jan. 3.'56. JOHN MATHERS Shtnl'
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
Wheat in MillersHands.—The Roches'er Democrat of Wednesday mnrning says ' ,: —"The total amount of wheat now in store here, on the way and to be received during the coming season, is 448,000 bushels. V\ e might probable put il down in round numbers at half a- million. This we ascertain from inquiry at each of the mills in the city. Somo parcels are here awaiiing buyers, but »he quanlily is not large. The lack of storage room is one disadvantage that our millers feel. There is not much flower now in siore here. The amount of wheat in ihe city in January last wns about 150,000 bushels, and some 200,000 bushels were frozen in along the canal, a few miles west. This vearevervthins will reach its destination."
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
The Jloneidale Herald is very anxious for somebody to "mark" Mr. Grow's votes fur Speaker. We can asiure our friend Hahdslek lhat Mr. Grow's constituents have watched bis votes—not with anxiety, but with great satisfaction. He has been true to his principles, and to the, mines of his con»liiu, ency.—The pride they feel in him, evinced by eleceling hire Jhres lorros, is heightened by-the unswerving fidelity wiih which he adheres to^tha cause of. Fteedom,,rrJ}radford Reporter. Po you feel any better since Near Years 1
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
A Great Bargain FOR SALE—80 acres of good land, sitnaled noar WeUaboro', on which there is improreo , 20 acres. A small payment down will be required , and ihe balance ip ten annual instalments. Wellsboro 1 . Jan. 3. '56. A. P. CONE.
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
A' ew York Tribune, 1855-6. TitR TltllirSB Is now In the inld.llc of it« fin.-ontli your: Vol. X V. of its wwitly i«,ni: cnmmonc"(l on thi- l«t of September lii*t. 'ffi" Aui'TK-an puMic net.it not now be niailo noc|u.iiut. ' .l >vith it-cluir.icur.ircl.iiin-i tu cni'Mi ration. With lint n "iilionlinatc rt 'inn! for |irtl'!erirp, policy "or popularity, U li,u 11111. <l to-l.ui'l for Hi ¦li!i-.>u>iii.3ir,ir Truth, for llnnuDin. u-siimr mninpii uriqniTy. trann nri'l irppre.^lon. Tnere is not a 4H' >-tniiK-r mi this t'oiiti'lirlil, though In 1 limy never r--i.l anytliili? liut 111- I'lUs of «:ili> and lu.tt-s pa\ulili>. wlio .!.»•« nr.t liiiou-an'lh.it" Ihf TillHI'.NK: tiii-n- U ni>t an ixtrn-.nefal.nrit..r..f <lni«...l .ml p ,i^,m.ih I...|ii-irJ »!¦'¦ "¦-¦'• ii-it <-«n-i h r u u "'i,\ <inu^-i<-ii3 ami inimunil p.ipi-r, un<[ u m.l'T >vliv it-piil>'.i ' ntinn is ullowi'il in arnnini...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
LET US REASON TOGETHER, HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. WHY ARE WE SICK : TT has been the lot of the human race to bo weighed JL down bvdiseasp and suffering. HOLF.OWAY'S PILLS- are specially adjptcd to the relief of the WEAK, the NERVOUS,Ihe DELICATE, and the INFIRM, of all climes, uges, sexes, and constitution!, I'mfessor Hollowuy personally superintends Hit nunuidrture of his medicines in Ihe United felaicH, una oflfojs them lo a free and enlightened people, a; (nc best remedy the world ever saw for Uic removal of disease THESE PILLS PURIFY THE BLOOD. >icarlv half the human race have taken these Pills. 1: in- ur.-Q proved in all parts of (he world, that mtrttn? him been found equal lo Ihein in cases of Disorders of Ihe liver, dyspepsia, and stomach compinints generally. They eoon give a healthy tolie io i:ie*e organs, however much deranged, and when fill oilier means have failed GENERAL DEBILITY, ILL HEALTH. Many of Ihe most despotic Governments have opened their Custom Houses to the ...
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
^ illa^c Sale. 11HE Suli^crilicr offers for sale a lot siliiBtcd in the Horo' of Luvrcnccville, Tioga Co. Pa. containing nbunl liireclbuiihs of on acre. Said Jot is hfiiindi'd and di'scril'rd us follows, on the west by MUMIo direct, north by Micajah Sceley, east by Curtis Parlihnrst, on the south by Demond. Said lot lias on il a good twe-slury dwelling housu newly lilted up in nunt and couvcnienl fctylo, and painlid ini-idc and out; ulso 0 (food'barn and oilier nrr-cssary mil liuililings. Inquire of JAMLS KINSEY Esq. Liiwrcnccville Tioga Co. Pa. \VM, M. JOHNSON, Lawrenceville, June 14 1855, (6111.) • Wants, & Thhigs Wanted. WANTED by almost every farmer in the counly, a bulllu of the "Liquid Heave Cure," lo t heck U.e firsl indiculions of heave*, and the prevention and cure of all discuses that affect the wind of horses. ALSO, a box o( Dr. Power's "Hibernian Ointment, a sovereign remedy ( or Galls, Scrulclic;, Grazes, I'ruiM's, Ijcsii wounds, and all cutaneous diseases t...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 January 1855
Cosmopolitan Art Association KTCOOTsm YRAR. ArmrjiMUPnta fur th'i Sceon t Annual Collection of tlua n-*w ifiil IV'puUr lnstiMitfvtu fur the ilifTn-dnn t>( Literature aud Att, h.ivf b'-'-u mink' on the must tixtfiifhe scale. Amonp tlic worfct ftlrcfuly enemgrd. Is tlie tir-fardeil 65 i SMdL4 (ERTOJIiyv ¦ which originally cu«t Ton ThoilttLllfl Dullur*. 1» forming the Xew Colleslinn. the tHfTinlon of works of AmlhI' *\ Akt. an,! the cnrourupMiK-nt of American genius hnvo not !t.vn ovrlonhod. (\)intni«rti.»iw lmvi- h-vii l:j?ucil to mnuy tif thr nio«t iti'.tin^ni>lii3tl Amrdcin AiUhIu. who will cuDtribittc (fume of tUdr tini^t jiiuJuctiunf. Aiuou^ thum am lliri'c Murljle Hu^t'-. exeeuieil by Ihi' jrieatt-'st liviutr Sculptor.—HII' .AM vnwrjus George Washington, THK t'A'IHKK Olf HIS COUNTRY, Benjamin Franklin, THK ViniflSOPUEn: Daniel Webster, THE STATESMAN. A tpcoLil asrat has vlsitnl Eurojio ami mado careful and jntlicion* KCloctitms of foreign worl; of Art, both ...