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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

;¦., n UIoUuimj! iJlotUmg! t< ' '/^ENTLEMBN an. whnt'.oP nriytning in , M Jh« liiwjof.CJWIiingr wiHiiind ihe lMgV&l ' Moek 'of the most fashionable tlyjos.at tKe Ca,f.b ^t"re of Juno.I, ISH: JONES <t ROE.

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

THE WHITE CrBfc PAPfiBf u ' r tub oii> ' in*. ' "- . 'ro a , exclaimed MissPopkio,the pretty mantue-ma-Ver, to her late-Jover , Mr. Augustus Tenton, a young carpenter, Who Had just set up for himself, and wai to have married the petulant beauty, whom he had just accused of the unpardonable tin of ftining. " Very well, Julia—it's all very well, " said the yd ' ung man, in that tone which, whatever ihe- words raay be, expresses that everything is as wrong as possible. " Have it as you liko; I am glad I have found you out in season." " And I found out your hateful temper long ago. What a miserable creature I should have been, if I had married you, ha! ha I ha !" and the pretty creature laughed bitterly and hysterically. ' •' Now we 've sawed it off square, said the carpenlor, " it 's no use 10 have any ' splicing and joining work afterwards. I mean tho separation shall be final." " Our minds agree on that matter, " said the young lady tartly. She flew to n table, tore Op...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

Qpitztso a QvnzBB.—A professional gentlman of our acquaintance has banging in his room a fine large colored engraving of the head of a quadruped, vulgarly known as a jackass. Not long since, a friend of his dropped in, and stopping before the pictnre, gazed intently upon it for a few moments, and then sung out, abruptly, and, as he imagined, very wittily:— " Hallo, doctor, is (hat your portrait ?" "Oh, no, '' replied the doctor, coolly,' that' s simply a looking-glass. " The "anxious inquirer" suddenly discovered that he had some business down the street, and departed. " William, can you tell me who wrote the gospel of St. Matthew V William hesitated a moment, and finally answered, " I believe it was Gen. Washington, ma'am." The teacher to the next boy, a little fellow with brig ht eyes end an intelligent countenance. " Edward, can you tell me where the Ten Commandments are to be found ?" " Yes'm, I know, " was the eager, reply, " they're hanging up against the wall in our schoo...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

C«n««nMwl«Vllf»tar There was a bedding at Wiltwyck off the 4th, John W. Tyler, of parts titokp6wn j. be. ing married by it® . #tv tfortiol .Wiltwyck Chapel, *o Miss Sarah Permelta Post, of Bsoput. ' The bridegroom is (Trail live' Yankee, of some forty years, of. intense ac> tiviiy, who has been prowling around tikis and neighboring counties for'teaching juveniles to sing, and giving concerts of his pupils. During his teaching in Rondout, he had among hi* pupil* the girl . above named, who is a daughter of the . late John T. Post, of Esopus. Her widowed mother lives in a se¬ cluded house near the base of Hussey's Hill, on the proceeds of a few acres, wJ\h four children, of whom Sarah was the eldest.— Tyler 's attentions to Sarah, who is a healthy looking girl of seventeen, were the subject of remark last winter, as he usually escorted her home, and, at. it subsequently appeared, made her mother's house his head-quarters. The intimacy ended in the marriage recorded abov...

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

JOY TO tHE WORLD! " MAN HIS OWN PHYSICIAN." I ' , ! DR. PHILIP LEDDVS DEATH-TO-PAIN. The great American Remedy for Fever <S f Agve, Rheumatism, Dysentery, Ckolics, and Gri-ping Pains, Bruises ana Strains, Burns d p Scalds, Fresh. Wound!, Dyspepsia, Coughs c$- Colds, AND ALL 0TI1EK KINDItED DISEASES. npiIlS Medicine hns proved, and will prove an unconditional Pain Destrover in all cosei, whether External or Internal. Hence it lias received the appropriate name of " Death:to-Pnin." H has, by being kept on hand by families who know its value, been fhe means of saving money, and often life, b y its timely use in sudden attacks, nnd in case of accidents. In all bruises and flesh wciwitis this Deatli.to.pain is the best embrocation that caik be fonnd. The soreness is immediately extracted —swellings reduced—and profuse bleeding stopped. A single dose will case the most severe griping ;>ains in tbe bowels, and a few applications will case ihe severest rheumatic and nerVons ...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

kt ' IMPORTANT TO THB Farmer, Farrier & Stage Proprietor GEO. W. MERCHANT'S CELEBRATED GA&GUNG OH VXFXKSAC.LCt.ao IK Tor JZUTORT OT MKOICtKV Af the moet remaifeable External Application era ^^g^OR WAN t^^| "They can't Keep Bouse without it" Bxpariflfiea of mon then rixteen rears hu establUIieo Ihe fact ttul Merchant's Celebrated Gargling Oil, or TJw wtaJ Family Embrocation, will cure moat cases, and re. Here ail such u Spavins, Sweeney, Ringbone, Windgalls, Poll Evil, Callous, Cracked Heels, Galls of all kinds. Fresh Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, Fistula, Sitfost, Sand Cracks, Strains, Lameness, foundered Feet^cratchss or Grease, Manga, Rheumatism, Bites of Animals, External Poisons, Painful Nervous Affections, Frost Bites, Boils, Corns, Whitlows, Burns and Scalds, Chillblains, Chapped Hands, Cramps, Contractions of lie Muscles, Swellings, Weaknen of the Joints, Caked Breasts, Ac. tie Ac. Th« unparalleled ntuaof ibu Oil, tn the eon of da-•uea in Bonet ana Cattleand ere...

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Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

The Old Man " I am weary—let me rest, " said an old man, as he turned from the beaten path, slowly seating himself upon a rock by the road side. The dust of travel was thick upon his shoes, and the sweat stood in beaded drops on his wrinkled brow. The wind came kindly as he wiped his forehead and lifted the scattering hairs of grey. His eye was dim as he turoed.it to the descending sun, and his hand trembling as he shaded his gaze from the bright beams. -. The old man tea* weary. He had threaded a long pilgrimage. One by one his kin had turned away and left him to tread the path alono. We leaned upon our scythe and watched him, with a tear on our lid. And his frame was once as full of lusty life as ours—his brow as unwrinkled, and his heart as young and full of hopes. His had been a long history, and he had seen sorrow. The world needed him no, longer. A long hour he sat upon the rock, and then slowly got upon his feet and went up the hill. His bent frame stood clearly out a...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

BBXm AND MEDICINES! 1 TN T.AWRRNCBVILLE. PA. . . i , •pHE subscribers Have fconslantly ^gm •*» on hind »t their Drugstore, in Law. -MT , a Urge we of DRUGS , $1, of every defcriptkw WL3> nsed by Phyklebni to the counti*, and «U th* moat «>pui,i\PATBNT MEDICINES of the <Uv, which we ofler for wile«t prices which cannelfaii to tait (hotajwfao mar fi vor d* with a call. Amur aor P* tent He lieines nuv be found the following I "*• " MarchaMl'tQargUng OU; Jaym'sE>ftetorant,Al-Untive,\PilU, PiUt,&c; Mtfat' * Bitter* and PWXt i Filcht't *il*tr fUttd Abdominal Support ers, Braces, Inhaling fobes, and alt the medicine* prepared by kirn for Usprivateifracfict; Brant's Pslmmaiy Balsam and Purifying Extracts i Ayrt's Cfterrv PectoralRogert' Syrup •/ Tor and Canchalagus; DOUne's Heate Core; An-(frets' * Pain Killing Agent; Tnuk'i Magnetic Ointment; Dr. Christie's Galvanic Btlts, tp.; Heughton's' ArttfcUl Pepsin; BlakeU Armalie Bitters; and all the most p...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

WELLSBORO' FOUNDRY ! and machine Shop. THE subscriber having rented the interest of Levi Clmbbuck in the Wellaborough Foundry, iajnow prepared to manufactate moat Icindi o machinery—such as Mill Cranks, Mill Gearing, Slides, Bab anci- Wheels, Shafts, Pullies, tyc, 6fC. Machinery of all kinds repaired on short notice, by experienced workmen, and on reasonable terms. Ploughs. The attention of Farmers is particularly called to our assortment of; Ploughs, which are unsurpassed by any other . Fonrirfry in the Slatel Oar Ploughs consist in part of the celebrated I Chubbuck Plough, . *¦ No. 5. do. do) do. 4. Dutcher do, Blacklcy Plough. Corn do. Side Hill do. The Side Hill Plough is the only Plough that will turn equal furrows on either side, and plow on level ground. \ Stoves, Stoves. An extensive assortment of Stoves will be kept constantly on hand, embracing the best kinds now in u«e, a description of which lie will give in a furtlior advertisement. - CALDRON KETTLES, Seven and Five...

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

DOCTOR YOURSELF! [ The Pocket iEsculapiiis: OR, KVKRY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN THE Fiftieth Edition, ^gj igg^ with One Hundred En- jmf^^^^ . graving*, showing . Diseases jm/ \B3 k \SB and Malformations of the FJu. jg[ JfSta\ \B man System in every shape uSI/QJHBp VB and fbrm. To which is addedjw JHfiHft J9 a Treaties on the Diseases of iB\ ^ WBmB'* IB Females, being of the highest »M, wfMBaH /SI importance to 1 married people, 'w'ffltfffff J tf or those contemplating mar- y^BSSggjS By \Var Yoaxo, M. D. >3§3p* . Let no father be ashamed to presenta copy of the .&K0LAMDS U> his child, lit may sara him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations of married life with, out reading the Pocket jJ^sculapiob. Let no one suffering from a hacknicd Cough, Pain in the side, rcsUeas nights, nervouB fueling*, and the whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, and given np by their physician, be another moment without consulting the JEsctJLAPius...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

Custom Boot & Shoe Shop, AT M. Sherwood's old stand, where (he **- Scars' Bovb continue to make, mend, and measure to order, at as low prices as the limes will admit. All work warranted—to wear out in a year or so —and not rip or come lo pieces 'till it <?oe« wear out Hides 'Wanted. J CASH will be paid for any quantity of bides at the highest market price-July 13,1854. GEO; W. SEARS. Gloves and Hosiery. A FULL stock of Gents and Ladies Rid, Silk and Lhtle Thread Gloves; also , 1 a lull assortment of Hosiery, just received by Oct 27,1853. JONES & ROE. Blake ' s Patent Ohio FIRE PROOF SAINT.—20 barrels the j^enuine article^jost received and for sale at muchleM-than former prices, at July 13,1854. JONES & ROE'S. "^ Ladies' Shoes. A LARGE assortment of Boats, Gaiters, Baskini Slippers, io.; also, Children's Shoe* of every description, now on band aad for sale at much. less, thin former prices by Jnly,i3,1854. JONES & ROE. BEEBEE'S STYLE HATS.—A...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

ZINC PAIitTS. One third cheaper than White Lead, and free from all poisonous qualities. rPHE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY -*- having greatly enlarged their works, and improved the qnality'of their products, are prepared to BXecutfl orders for their Superior Paints, Dry, and ground in Oil, in assorted packages of from 25 to 500 pounds; also, Dry, in barrels, of 200 lbs, each. Their White Zinc, which is sold dry or gronnd into, iswarranted PURE and unsurpassed for body and uniform whiteness. A method of preparation has recently been discovered, which enables the Company to warrant their paints to keep fresh and soft in the kegs for any reasonable time. In this respect their paints will be superior to any other in the market Their Brown Zinc Point, which in sold at a low Srico , and can only be made from the Zinc ores from W Jersey, a now well known for its protective qualities when applied to iron or other metallic surfaces. a Their Stone 1 , Color Paint possesses al) the properties of...

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 10 August 1854

Tto ?ebi wefl, you must take daily exerdie in the open air. There is more vitality in haHVdozeh good swigs ^ t the fountain of pure oiygen, than: in alt. the nostrums that «ver Coabled Quacks to build palaces.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 17 August 1854

W!I|*!!!!H^- ¦ - ' yi ¦' "¦ "iu B? w.Bid»Jir>HftKl r >¦ ' -• ¦ " •: ¦i.it .. .. ¦ J .t-X-...y..^_ ¦^,i,<..~w,. « ,r -, ,,;... ; C^j)ne;of those, sultry, surpme • days in RP?». J|mn ' all nature, seems, ionpl »iog . the G.re»t disposer of [Events Tot water (orelieve tbe earth of its thirst, and prevent its iecomtog i»t«B from drouth, twb.ba«« vert eTiiiirofkis felaV«djoining. They were farmer *b yjj; and thus far through life had pasrtd triuq ' b of thelrieistirt time togethe^; 5 • • ; j ¦'¦¦¦'¦¦ A? scene of beauty l of s«rjwiw!6g ' beauty! surrtunds them; It wai aihoirif. scerie~a scene which , go where they iwill ik after life, will ever remain enstamped oponi heJIabtet qfi the" tnempfy. ifa&'ln&fScXi ' mm$ mipgland, covered with luxuriant '' growing ' crops, was displayed in 11| their .magnificent beaufy before them. Tuas such a scene as only farmers behold, am few beside farmers a,re y capable of, . ' ! " re luuy capable pi, enjoying. , ...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 17 August 1854

.!.:,j:.',;; & ¦;y jA:COKTBAST. ' -]\ XKik It is an estabJisDed^nanm, thaio le of the surest, 1 and perhaps tho pTeasantest wnya- 'of arfiWng at the truth is by comparison. It i« at any rate, the'edsieit way to determineTelalive Worth';' uidhbhcejallhough we may-hot M*e ^y;s^. fer^-1}y,,tt 'hich to measurey we . majr arrive'ii, tipWrablj^ j4rt ;e»tlriia|es. -We fife ie4 | p In^k^ tne^i " re^narks, intpnl^^fj 8|ow v ' aaf ( oUr ; 9^iE/s ti8 '' to ' cdj^Qi. as near as we c ! aD l^llfe .truih ^. • ¦J p this instance, cbmparijig a ' greBt;»hmg>it|i a small, w* intend to. run «-»w;^«i?N u ...Vj . - ' ¦ . . " . . ' : " ' ' v JlO^T^«|jE^;AIiR,jpmj W^SB^ : During a Jong ;P»riqd, : ihe Irish>«BoptBi?iA feredfrpm th» 4aaieur, ..as* injuwce of the i|i ii n(i» AiwHimos ii^ uu..»..™^u» u qecpme united, but were 90 divided among theraselvea, that they could jiever be brought; to make common cause against the common enemy, who had depiived them of their nationality, and w...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 17 August 1854

editonca as ihe ^ joong; Lady-Matilda, oply daughter of Ibe E&rlof iFilzwateri Though rJoitealoiie^ hedM : bot.hesitate ,but jprang forWara before -the party^ cryJnf-^'Jloldl thott' false knight I" I commind the©, to let thatBoBlftfady r goifriee1^ •:- ?»'-; ¦ i w ' > ' "Stand, bfijlhou unmannerly chart, or4 will cleave thy skull wilb my broadsword-— know thou that I am'John ' j thy prineel'? ; • " And tnonfihbu/ 1 ' replied ihe^omlawi u that lam " RubinUood ,; King 61' Sherwood ' ' .VAiH^ef wofds'ajl si^bf^lrrp^t " .ayin¥ ptJt . spurilo their hqr«e* arid fle^l.; and the prince *as glad to fol)6wv scowUmg and ivitsing as he webt. Thett Lady^llatitta, Whq seems toi jiftve been rather^of a ro»ahtic yq»rig. woman, ; fainted, and fell1 into Robin HoodTs arm*. And he,'not knowing exactly what to do. for a lady in such a cass, carried tor to a brook,' and wasabont to dip her head 1 in the water , whenshe suddenly flame to herself. She then related to her' preserver how ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 17 August 1854

SELECT IlinUlIT fVont (At ZittM Pilgrim. ROBIK HOOD OF SHERWOOD FOBEST. BY GRACE GREENWOOD. 1 have said that Newitesd Abbey stood in the heart or old Sherwood forest. This, you will remember, was the favorite domain of lhai prince of outlaws, bold Robin Hood. There is rhtle forest land about there now— - none, indeed that we should so call—all Ihe woods being enclosed in parks, and as care. fully kept as gardens. But, as I journeyed through the country, my thoughts so went back to Ihe old, old time, that I almost expected, whenever we passed a grove of trees or a 6hadowy glen, to be suddenly surrounded by Robin'Hood's merry men, armed with long bows, and clad in Lincoln greeo<^ _ You have all doubtless read many stories of Robin Hood; but if you will listen to mine, I hope I shall be able to tell you some things that you have never heard before. Robert Pilzooth, Earl of Huntingdon, was born at Locksley, in the county of Nottingham, about (he year 1160, in the reign of...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 17 August 1854

Architects and Builders Tho laie Mr. Alexander , architect of Rochester bridge,'and other fjne bnildings in K}nU was once under riross-egamination in a special jury case at Ma,idstone,by Sergent,aflerwardB Baron Garrpw f >ho wished to detract from the wei ght of his testimony; After asjdng him what was his nBrrie. the-sei' geht proceeded! «'You'are'a'builder, I believeV ;.; ;! , a '-" , "No, sir, Hm nbf a ' Builder,'? tirii arT a ' r. chitect. 1 ,' • • ¦« •• ¦ • ¦ ' ;' '" Ah! well; architect or b' uildei'^builder or aTchitecti iheylare mp ' ch ll je ' sarhe, I suppjjsef^ b ^" "I eg your fiardqbi sir,l can not idrJiit that; I consider them totally different. " 1 ," 1 ' "Oh, indeed !—perhaps yon \yillstatej wlierein this great-difference con8tits r " '¦ ' " ! " Ad architect,sir, prepares the pfijnf.cbnceives the design, draws but tjie specrtcaiiSps -^in sliort, supplies the rnind; the;o " uildet Is merely the bricklayer'or1 tfie c ' arpe ' rttef—tfi«( builder is in fact...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 17 August 1854

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