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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855

Carpctingg , &c. T^HE subscribers hove just replenished their -•- ¦ stock of Carpeting, and now fed justified in saying (bat/their Carpet Ware Room excels in quantity, quality, variety, richness and beauty, (hat of any other ia this country, and as to prices we are confident they are as low as any establishment this side of Now York city. OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, MATTINGS, &c, all at llio very lowest possible priccn.nt tho now cash store of [Nuv. 3.] JONES & ROE.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855

TIOGA MARBLE YARD , FITCH & SHERWOOD, DEALERS IN Italian and American Marble, FOR MANTELS, MONUMENTS, TOMBS CENOTAPHS, GRAVESTONES. ID" Entire satisfaction will always bo given. SHOP IN TIOGA VILLA&E, PENN'A. Jaly 13, 1854-1 y. " .

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855

Blake 's Patent Ohio TJMRE PROOF PAINT.—20' barrels of the -*- gonnine artiolo .Jusl received and for sale tit much less than former prices, at ¦• I July 13, 1854. JONES & ROE'S. G)-\ A BARRELS PORK, for sale by the buric & XTt or poud. at, M. M. CONVERS.

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855

jri]s?ERNAND FORCE PUMPS, whole Vy S(1te and retail, from $10 to 915 each, at WclIsW, Nov. 0 . . D. P. &. W. ROB ERTS\ _ L ~~ ADIES SHOES—A now sup|l yj" st « c ' oivedat J. R. BOWEN'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855

CHAWLS! SHAWLS! —Now Ladie •^ you have a largo assortment of beautiful style lo select from at the GJicap Store of. Oct. 27. 1853. ^ JONES &. noE.

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

MIST0»IClL SEETCM. "~ THE BOSTOW MASSACRE. MARCH 5TH, 1770. F On Friday, the 2d day of March, 1770, a soldier of the iwenty-ninth asked lo he emp loyed at Gray 's ropewalk, and he wos repulsed io the coarsest words. He then defied the ropemakers to a boxing-match ; and one of them accepting his challenge, he was beaten off. Returning with several of his companions, they too, were driven away.— A larger number came down to renew the fig ht with clubs and cutlasses, and in their turn encountered defeat. By this lime Gray and others interposed, and for that day prevented further disturbance. There was an end of the affair at the rope walk, but not at the barracks, where the soldiers inflamed each others' passions, as if the honor of the regiment were tarnished. On Saturday they prepared bludgeons ; and being resolved to brave the citizens on Monday night, they forewarned their particular acquaintance not to be abroad. Without duly restraining his men, Carr, the Lieutenant Colonel o...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

.JFortht Agitator. - - A-'^Uei-ary " Beriew. I i-¦/•«* ! iu'i .-i ——i w~:—i_> : ' ••/ * ¦ ' XETSteB OF LIZZIR, WRITTEN TO ' MR.' JOSEPH MOUNT, lAHVAttY25tfti 1854, ' Jocn& Mount, Deaf and- Dumb Institute,'Pliilodel' «:>ptlvB*.*crr -. ¦ *• • • • - :¦¦ ' ¦• )'l „ This is the production of a deaf and dumb lady,- who lives among iho mountains of ^enrls ' vlvfaniii '; ' It occupies 1 four, pjfges, written, in fi delicate hahdjand j ' consists pf^-hea- . vpn kibes ' how tnariy lines. 'Ti t abpu ' n|s in ^ipk|ng;i 4 ihpught8,, orjgina!, pnd ' .kenjrally welpgxpres&sd . ., *Vz*h[' ^&° ,? by spying, ."Xw»s,;Very,gli tl to.. hear from, you when I . ' receivedyour litter ufid ' piiper on Tuesday evening last. Tour letter gave me much ' p leasure." ' '" Much ' pleasure! ^ My letter gave you ffiuch nleasUre'. I'm " elad of it. She goes ' on to say: " I did not get the letter and paper on Tuesday mining, as Ihe mail did not coriie up ' till at 10 o'clock....

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

: sitlifJBiMMr: ' Wftatisa Btinle Bllke? ¦ ; E very account received from the war in the Crimea is loud: in praise of the " Minie Rifle." .•• ,-. ;¦ ' ¦ . ,• . ' : jrhesQ fjr ^ ej arrrts ¦ }n~ ^he hands ;of good marksmen deal certain destruct)o^ at an inv mense digiahge , and the wholesale j slaughter of tber RudsianYunnpre at the batteries.of SebaBtopol j.ha. s won fotihifl; weapon of death' the soubnq^aBt.pf.iV King nh Fire. Arms,". So dreadful is. ib ' is fatal ball. that, the Russian, gunner, goe. Sjlpi.hi8 station at an embrasure as; :to certain death..Wsi ^ u .,;.;.»..- . ¦ < r. 1 The! barrelof a rjfJe has ^ running the length of its inner . BUtuftje. ' siJiratgfooyes or phapneU—hen ' c6 the'name ol 1 ;rifle, ' which toeans a rifle or srbove'd : iiuh. 'One obiect of a rifle barrel ia to '^iveig fealer precision to ike ball, by communicating "' to ft a rotary motion.— This motion it receives'on its passage out of ihe gun, provided the ball is so crowded into the barr...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Early Coortihlp in Ohio If you can't git them that you want, you must lake I hem that you can git, and that is how I came to marry Palsy, Love will go where lis sent anyhow, and the harder a chap loves a gal, the poorer a.chance he stands of gitlen her; lhe thing is just here; the more he loves her the more shy and trembling he is, and he can ' t, half loll, bis Jeeling to her iC he tries—while tbe careless end unfeeling chap, that' s got no mote love ' in him lhaD a boss, can have a dozeif gals after him at once. " I have thought the heart is like mud • farties eggs ; you dent lhe shell on one side—a dent on Ihe oihcr side, made in Ihe same manner, will bring all smooth again. So wiih ihe heart ; one gal makes a dent it remains bruised , till some other gal presses itjfpushiog out the old bruise and carving a new one. .Well, accidents will happen, folks will lough—(lie world is more fond of fun than logic—and they might as well laugh at me as any body. , Sol Qgree<} ...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

fleets of Salejratus To the Editor of the N. Tfl*f ribuno t ' Sin • . -¦-In a forme? number of this paper I alluded 'to ' the use of Saleratus in modern cookery. ' I'have not hesitated to pronounce it an efficient agent in the production of tHnt most alarming infantile mortality which pro-¦vails. Your readers know, perhaps, that we lose about 300,000 inhabitants of the United Slates every year, under len years of age ; nnd some of them know, if they have read all that has been written on the subject within a few yenrs, that not o few of these children might have survived had it not been for ihe effects of Snleratus. - '. Some individuals have doubted'the truth of my suggestions. They have seriously questioned whether Saleratus is really poisonous. Such individuals maybe interested in the following sialement and fads: I had been lecturing in North Adams, Mass., on diet and regimen. At the close of the lecture the Rev ' . Robert Crawford came tome and inunired'wheiher I was no...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

fCSff c.'WJw **** ¦ THE HOME PICTURE. Ons autumn-night when the wind was high, , . .Apd fh» nl» ftll So.*Jenvy ((pl»«hM,, ., I .A.litUp.tray wXby.lh8kitchon _6ro,, ¦ An#hi**i*UiTi * 6ixlj'iiiit0i : ebii& fit'tBTeti , ir ¦ * ' Sal looking on just oioioto bi» koie. - •' • Tlls ' -Mito went nMlni roana tfo hW<f, ' ' . ' " llHUteiUJie Jilcb of the aaterUfoor, :,«i'« jit. 1 i ,Tfon it seemed a baby eryiq^,; 0 ,,) j,},.,, s Now and Uien a drop down the . chimney cstn« And spluttered add biased in the brig ht red Same. Pop'. pop! and the kernels one b y one, Came out of (he embers flying; The boy held a lone pine Btick in 1 his hand • And kept itbusify p l ying. ¦ Ho stirred the corn nod it snapped the more, And faster jumped to the clean swept floor. Part of the kerocU hopped one way, And a part hopped out the other; Some flew plump into the sister's lap, Some under the stool of the brother. The little girl gathered them into a heap,. And called them "a flook of mil...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Cure for the Toothache. A TtlUB STORY. Beauty has charms. So it hns, almost equal to music. It mny soothe a savage—a suvnge breast. It did soolhe or charm n-German music teacher one day last weel?. Me was charmed ivilh the beauty of a Indy bright as a slar—lovely as (hose who dwell beyond, or in ihe shining orbs. Ha saw, and she conquered. He saw her in lha si reel, and followed. Other poodles have donn the same. She entered a store—so did he. Not because he wanted to 1 buy goods, but lie ihought on opportunity rhight occur for him to speak music t6' her, or hear the music of hel* speech. ' ' 'Oh, what a voice!—moro sweet thnn his own fiddle} ; snd its tones ' vibrated to (he very bottom of his large beer barrel. And'her smile—it Struck him to the heart, for he ihought she smiled upon him. Perhaps she did;- " '-' We smiled al a bigger fool in the circus thetith' e ' r night. ' She looked at silks. .Hq tried Id suit hlrhself with a new pair of gloves. Both'were hai'd to suit, and...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Taking tiie Scent out of .CtofnEs.— Silling on the p iazza of ths . Calarpct., Hotel was a young fospish-looking :,gentleman, his garments, very highly scented with a mingled oder pf musk,and cologne, A .solemnf iced, odd-looking man, after passing the dandy several times, with a look, of aversion which drew general notice, suddenly stopped, and in a confidential lone said : ' ¦ " Stranger, 1 know what'll tako that scent out-of your clothes ;. you—" • ' "What! what do you ' mean, sir 1" said the exquisite " fired with' indignation," Btarting from his chair. " Oh, get mad; now—swear, pitch round, fight, just because a man wants to do you a kindness I" coolly ropliod ihe stranger. "But I lell you I do know what'll lake out that smell—phew I You just- bury your clbihes —bury 'em-a day or two. Uncle Josh got a foul of a skunk, and he—" At this instant thefe went up fr'dm the crowd hsimullQiieous roar or'nierrimentj and the dandy very " sensibly " clea.red the copp," and vanished up ...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

The meanest woman on record.—' I am afraid, Frederiek" said Mrs. Smith, to her husband, " that Betsy is dishonest." " Ah, what makes you think soT' " Why, I gave her seven apples to prepare a pudding—and will you believe it, I counted over ihe quarters, and only bund twenty , seven !" " Are you sure you counted rig ht!" " Yes, for I counted them over three times. Heaven only knows where that other quarter is gone. The world is full of iniquity." Betsy waa discharged without a character. " Sax," said one girl to another, " I am so glad I have no beau, now." " Why so ?" asked the other. " Oh, 'cause I can eat as many onions as I please." pvrthK by little, as we travel through life, do our whims increase and become more troublesome—just like a woman ' s luggage on a journey.

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

A Deep Fubbov.—Judge Coulter, of Verginia, when first appointed to the: bench, had jurisdiction over-one of the mountain coiinties. The district was- made up.of many, wild and unruly, fellows. . One of ihe Judge's firs I acts waa to impose, a heavy fine, by' way-of example, upon a rough nnd hardy backwoodsman, for disorderly conduct. As the '' man was leaving'lhe court room, in charge ' of an officer, he turned and addressed the Judge—" Your ' name i3 Coulter, is it Dot3" ¦ "Yes. " ' ' ' ¦ "•- ¦ ¦• ! ¦"' ' ;' . ' , j .; '- " Well, all I have to say is, that yob aro settingI ' your coulter rather too deep for a man who is plowing new 1' ground." ., . It is 're&rided that itiei ' fellow's; ^ sayid the. fine. ' ,. ' . " ,;_ ' ., ' , , " . ' T' , Flour is falling.

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Free-Trade in Rum — Read and Ponder. Wo have been gathering statistics and "taking notes" of tho effects of Tree-trade in Rum, and seize this opportunity to lay the result of our labor before the public. We are moved to do this for two reasons. We have como in contact with savers^ advocates of the liquor traffic within the last few day*, with whom we had not lime to argue ths question in detail, separately, and this mctbod suffices for all. Again, (he question of Prohibition is pending in lha Legislature, and now ia the time to. talk, if even - We shall waste no limo or space in considering the abstract question. Facts and figures are what you want, gentlemen, and you shall have them. To your prejudices and conscientious scruples concerning the endangered rights of Rumselleri', we oppose no theoretical speculations, but tacts—those " stubborn thine"," which may not bo waived so easily. Let us begin with the statistics of the Rum manufacture, gleaned from the last census. The qua...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

' " A. SvVeetmbVsel. ' . ' . ' -.,• ' Tbe Petersburg (Va.). inteUigencir, of October 21, contains; the following amiable paragraph': ¦ , . " i ¦ ''DEJioMiSM.- 1 -We.obse ' rve a paragraph in one of onr exchanges, which states thit.that notorious emissary of Satan, ' who'goes under the name of th^JRcB./lfetiry Ward .Beecber , preached a sermon at the Plymouth Church, on Sunday last, in which he- alluded J to the loss of the Ari . ic, and ascribed it to the wrath of tha Almighty, thus' poured; out upon, tho heads of the shipping merchants for supporting the Fugitive Slave Law. If he did' Riva public utterance to such a sentiment, and left the pulpit wilhoufS| ' bodily injury, it muBt only have been because he addressed a gang of devils like himself. ¦ Such a monsler. ia human shape deserves to have a millstone fastened arouod his neck, and pitched tnto the middle of the Atlantic-ocean. This elegant extract should be preserved. Wheti Virginia shall have become a free Stalei and her...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

"In ^'uion there li Strength." ^ v' iioever labors to prerent a union of the opponents of Slavery-extension, labor, in effect, to promoteMhe further ' progress of the SJare PotvBr. This no one who appreciates the value of organization, and the nature and extent of the combination that Free-Soilers hare to oppose, will deny. A glance at Ibe history of the action .of pur national govern* ment for the last .few years, will be sufficient lo f how that the South is acting on a regular system, and that, w.hen necessary for the accomplishment of the purpose for which that system was devised, the whole power of ihe South can be concentrated, almost as one ' man. . The acquisition of extensive lerriioncs, in the same latitude as the Slave States, the violent opposition of the South to the Wilmot Proviso, and to the admission of California as |a free State, ibe passage of the Fugitive Slave law, the violation of the Missouri Compromise, the proposition to acquire Cuba, by 1 force or purch...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

m itonfMcknv TKe-UKf. S8natetf»n Tuesday, spent the entif|daj|& thb diefissionof the Army Abproiptiogfbill. Iffne House, the bill atuthormng-thS' construetiDn of a subterranean Im^Jfelej^^ to ^lficifio ^ wasundpr consideration^ jffeommjuee, until the adjouro-!iie$(£' J. I^ng*j£h3B|(W#^fi«li8gt accful sce^e occurred between Messrs. Lads, of Oregon, aiaFiRtjBVrwhicii 'fi ^^^^^ " , ' Mr. Lirui v ' of^Oife^oB/J ' appealea'to the committee to set.thi8 bilLaside. . . . Mr. Fablby toss to a point of order , - \ 1 1 ' MrvLAruf—I did not yield th« l flobrfor your.pointoforder. ... . __-..-. •• Mfc Farmhc—I have.as much right tO jQoJI you to order as you had to call me to order. ' ,,, ' l\f r. Lanh called htrri a\'{ liar ," oi " dam jed ijarJV.ywhtch ' . was r' etbrl<>cf by Mr.; Easi bs, with^jiji jhosis.. Th^partiea were abpjt ten . feet apart d. t tfceJime^-JjA ME standing near the main ' .nisle.• In a moment thVdistenc'e was shortened two-thirdsnt least—.kith ...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

How Col. Stcptoe is Esteemed In Utah. When the last mail from Utah left, of course they had not heard of the appointment of Col. stoptoe to be Governor over the territory, and rule over ihe Mormons. Elder Orson Hyde, very likely, would not have been so profuse in his praise of the Colonel if they had. It is a good token, however.— If Brigham Young has the wise old head on his shoulders that we have credited him with, very likely he will havo a revelation to the effect that a most excellent man and true friend of ihe Saints has been commissioned to relieve him of the troublesome duties of keeping Squash-head from stealing, and his red brethren from bulchering the whites. The 24 years' experience that Mormonism claims has not been lost upon them. They- do a great many foolish things, but most of th ^ ir follies have a tendency to increase the pumbers of their followers. It is not likely that they will decline odmilling one who i* «o favorably thought of their governorship—expectin...

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