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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

" '"" c '^hpWoiiiGrjfii ' " '[. , ' J " ¦¦ U'eTPrripirlbefviiythe'way, * sceria'Srritfsingly-sketched to us' by ; 'a- lady 'iri^Par?*, when we w'Cre- lasl-'ar/rbad; rthifeft' is cft^'ilv. inBiraJive- of 8risi's''natUfft|vfeelf.Ti69se8sibii' , find, indeed, Evnlike ifnperHlfabarjilily;: ; SW ( «hfe lady norratfng) hddb«errjjb' ut ! dHv1rfg;i]6(e flny btfore, in company With an 1 Englishih'67 who enieriainetr fl igreat 'idettl^'but 11 #ho ' j (hough maoh adrnirctf fdV t *e ' r ' Btyle"irtfd !' hrJS ; pitality, was ^ccenrfically ^self.willed' nnrJ'uni eeremoniousi One ttf iKer! v erfnhd«f, (bKIHIj iha^nbriimg, Wns wcall arid pay ; 'Grist'twetv ty' Napoleons for 1 singing at ^ne 'of-heir' par* ttes. 'Tha carriflge »fopped ; at the prirria : &dl nrmV! Iddgings; riia ^Sfgnora Waa* h' r3t ri b" home'. 5 ? "But I knoV>' <JH<( t»i u - eJtciafAW (ho imperious ¦lad y, «< y«S'fnadart, > bul-sliA^iS now jtfst in her 1 rwiK 1 ^"PooBT'lrraf-rrWKe ho'd...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

A Or oytown Lyric. rfiWia ArMmra't oili^flffiBlnt defender ;• . ,01 UofcW&itoS *"^*«sqiilon>iqy**«.A { j< 'Hant¥®$i».j ^llSs^^H^i SWafcl ¦ flT.'A ' Jw^j mGhaarf avtoorf nwli ,•<.}; } -TwiorfiriBt t^^Uje^ieloi-^tiWop^iiUJhjIie { ' S»n ( J*uiadN«t !,thy w»te««aileuyf .^y^, -; : o!Wta*eniw*i «"&fio!\-.«*»>t4<wv,»t?«?*•» • <lc r <N'i-AhcftirVi! rtf^tto lrtwb^. -- ne <.%«> ; ? ¦ lioAfuafci enl;atM!«nM u.Y .--V, !,ar . Ha& ' daoftpijn rofWb^1ir^ hii4 '' tfdneV' 1 ' 1 ' ' ' The bttMvfiooay'Mhi-t'lhttkltectodtstf'' is " ' j[Ofl«; .T<- ' : ¦' (.-I-- jr.,,, ¦ .- ' . •¦ I'...; fi . Now sing ofifrfoa'Bpiiu^ii^-tSd ' bunf bPSfctt', ' " Or Gibin ' et'jes^l-an' ' iinibwsaAjr ' hel i >;--' - ' With fkrohntto* (^curfbg.ibi , q jib; ithva to.'bsit,: Wiljj p9W*r , to ;D?»k,Q war pn MjMMji^ypfl d ftei. ,-While ho, licks the BolVtiknof , '" , ,, ¦ * "TtiillnaSeiVeih'ii'ftaih ' ini ' nfl, " ' t And ...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

ALMS-GIVIJfO When Poverty with mien.of shame, The sense of pity seems lo touch, Or bolder, makes the simple claim, THkt 1 haVe nothing,'y«n hate much ; Beliete not either man or book ¦ Th, at bids yon cicae the opening, hand, And with reurovingispeccli an^ look Your first and free intent withstand. It may be that the tale you hear, Of pressing wants and losses borne. Is heaped or colored for your ear, And lallerB for tho purpose worn. But surely Poverty hoe not A sadder need than this,—to wear A mask sti^l meaner than her lov, Compassion's scanly food to share. It may be that you err to giro What will but tempt lo further spoil, Those who in low content would live On theft of other's time and toil T ' Yet sickness may have broke orient ., ' The active frame and vigorous will, Or hard occasion insy prevent Their exercise of humble skill. It may be that the suppliant's life, Has lain on many an e.vil whj-Of foul delight and brutal strife, And lawless deeds that shun the day. Bat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

• 4 m\\t^tn^xf¥*^^\tm^wim% * 'rrlflrrMrf^fe ^^ued%eWeaii^fH»af)i9 ^Hier^sWn%Hr5af SfJTiiriWttttBriiJit.aiHeir mis^oto&tffi&^gl^tm^er until lie was reft almost alone. J$IINrw to «/?#*^«3 K# ^P5otflflflelW*ttifePtlfe*cireat ,t 'c*<M'a1 i rrif r Heted^rferI 1 «V ««4^>W|(|i» A ^j lei^pksSeif' >SeoNiBrri«««lB*Bj'^«aa » M%ridqhfMf^rf8^6l^tey>hrTg^hiAi and >¦ wttr/musttetifl-h'offd defe ' Ddetffcl^lilfriiiihd d ! l 'ftil ^hegnfp'bpfWIlnaW-At mglHi^(Sti c \ho -' last'rhirJ war6*erV hfe'slowl^teJfred^fiVdUgh * •1h" e ! sireeiSj-Wi!h^hi» s >(k«e tJ%Wr4ki^ft*ad f *r6ssirigthe ' nv*^' ! w^s:in%ilasVorihe^ , ' ' R A'fnfy mb;M Air » ft«8M«^«*>itt} Pjff—'l ®> dK^lJ' ' i ( '" !j:! • ";5VSl .voa& (*if«ei! % t-i'i jjt"-- " ?¦¦-:: L.-^.-f/sr. - -;?iTi y«m_ :t ^« J t«^"^«H - '- 1 ? ?" ^ / f , , , .

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

COMMVNICiTIONS MESSBs. Daii,ei <V Cobd:—Vos "The Fugitive Slave Law is ignored—why 1" I cannot tell lo a certainty, because I do not know the secret history of tha getting up of the resolutions. No doubt there was a well considered gelling up, as was apparent from the fact thai before iho committee, retired, it was announced to the convention that they were "nil prepared." One of the committee, at least, is an indignant o|>poser of iho Fugitive Stave Law, and he certainly did not fi/rgel it; nor is it reasonable to belie ( ve that the subject was not deliberated upon; wherefore 1 conclude that the ignoring had policy in it. What policy ? Not a desire for present harmony ; for ihe convention would willingly have condemned ibat odious measure, nni As introduction as a subject of censure, would have been palatable lo a large majority. Their policy looked further aheatt-to iho harvest of the present sovvj ng. A "Paddy" with his flyiftg machine, aslheslory goes, for...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

Cnretfatdtnttaf, " tie Btiffalo Democracy Aboat ITM^Cojmai*; &T Ellis4-4tof fd*me r an iron mnttriXB^fJk HjS(?^ntered foma tb ,ftmafl dfJtj ^res^ fagf jp Jhis yiciq. ity, then known iQ$6atna Coal. At various times other entriea were rtade, and the exUte - nce Sfcoar'W •VMi'' fe£\m graduaHjr became generally knonn, 'givipg,increased value to (he lands; Purchase* of interest in coal lands and aUempis, to open mines were natural reiurti" .Tfaejie ^nu^^a^Ut' aome 20 years since, when capitaifstg of Philadelphia and New York, made a purchase and secured Railroad Charters, In Pennsylvania and New York, fromihe tt, oi>d now runnipg from Cor. ning up the Tioga River. With great trouble and under many embarrassments, the Road was finally completed in l§39. This w«9 accomplished through the exertions of Jnmes R. Wilson, Esq., the Presideni-of-lhe Rail. rond Compnny, and I regret to say, that Mr. Wilson, reaped a jrieh re*ard for his enterprise and public spirit in great...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

The Pro»pccl The Free Oemoeratio Conventtoa which net tt fUrritbotg an Ui« 30th «lt, wilMfow their Sttta iisket. sod potted renlotions recommandiflg Judge Pollook lQ-lbt> raSngn of «ll Fnw DemoeraU of thu Commonw«altli. In ihi>, tha Convention evinced mDcb wiidoro and sagacity, and removed the principal obstruction in the way of a. thorough-anti-Nebratks. trioraph thtt existed. The course it now dear, and .victory, over, a twd principle Rot forward undej the pitrooago of a rouen party, m»da corrupt by power *nd puwetful by corruption, rtnilet^d certain. No oae doubted tho toundneu of either, or all of the Free botnocrnUo candidates on the moat irn. porWnl qoeations of (he . day—nou-alayerv extension md Prohibition—but it baa all the while been evident that it mi not possible for them to units any considerable portion of Iba anti-Nebraska strength at tha ballot-box—at least, not to great a proportion u could be united by Judge Pollock and his associate*. It need...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

Tbe Governor at Idontrose Wo have read a report of the Governor's ipeech at Slonirose, as reported in both the Stgitttr and Dttnoorat, and, comparing it with bit tpeech in Fulton county, we are tt a lots how to decide as to what Hit Ercellency's forte consist* in—bunkum or whipping Hit SnUnic Majesty " around the stomp." Certainly, if be ottered his honest senlimeat* ia Falton county, be did not speak very plain, ly tt Montrote. In Fnllon, rebitlvo to the Nebratv ka qoettion, be taid: u Tbe republican principle of aeir-govemment wss tbe leading feature of thqCoroprouiitQ or 1090 ¦ m m«tos^*w t« iu xuvt, Sim m inn tame principle precisely wtt incorporated in the Nebraska bill, he would defend that bill as being founded upon Ihe great principle of telf-governmenL" Now, isn't that at flat an endorsement of the Nebraska infuroy at can be required by Pierce, Douglas 4. C<j ? But bear what be said at Montrote the other day, . Wo copy from « report approved Iby tha Governor ...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

The Parfccr Girts. Supporting the Hosob op the State. Tha Democratic Slate CommHieo in enumerating the many public service of Gov. Bigler, allude (o his noble defence of the honor of toe State, when Governor Lowt of Mary. lanrl, refined la deliver up the .notorious Me-Creary, who stood charged with the abduc toil of the two colored girls from Chesiei county,—Elizabeth and Rachel Parker. We think the Committee are hard pushed when they are obliged to refer lo that letter as an achievement meriting the highest honors, when we consider the comempiuous manner is which it was treated by Governor Lowe. and Ike suddenness with which Governor Bigler dropped the subjeat when he found it to be distasteful to his Southern allies. The sovereignty of the Stale hid been ^ invaded by a notorious outlaw—two of its citizen* ebtitled to the protection of the laws, had been hurried into tt state of slavery—one of them had been told and sent lo New Orleans —Mr. Miller, a ciiizen of Chester county, ...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

Anl-Nel^.ka Con ren«on^ mmk^KmA- m 'M?m ^ m tioo to be held at Wellsboro. on the 5th ins!,, jMt :«ira^OTgni)ixed. by electinj Si E. -Ems-ViWPrwitkJnTrJ. 'Kiar SW Gi ©?£«$«£ wJarietv.---- -.- • ¦ -=¦.-,-. -.— .., -..—- k^-^- ..•.-.- ..-o .. On Jnpiioni or-.^ocJPatkKwfJ'i. W" 1 - Mc> VduM , C. C. Green, J. ' (J . fturd, and C, i^vjutunicQ tv «¦«¦! j. I>i2 tverer ajTpyrnifv n reaplqtions.i / %*{&] ^r^oT^he JM p\fiog which were considered and adopted: ' lUmlvtirTiiW'ite ¦ " "r 6niw ¦ of freemani without regard to former political attacnmeniB is the only safety Tor freedom. < < Reiolted, That *e will support no man for County, Stale or Nationnl office who is not actively and heartily in fa?or of a postlive law prohibiting slavery in all our leriloriaa, and'opposed to the admission of any more Slave States! Resolved, That, we demand the immediate repeal 0/ the Fugitive Slave l.aw, as uoconstitotroDal and oppressive. Retolted, That wa rejoice at th...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

3«0f! r .-¦=-"{ ' C«Mlf«l«n<**' t)ME^><| ?L.^W; i^H vo atfj t-Slal^frV ^ |V; ..- •< !(t«-T «¦ . ; rWsttfcriowiJWi TS«*i ft*..,t«M !^v,. " > -tu „ < /-<( ' • .i^r«* >^- - )<8*in. . . , • • , JBJ, ,J&girt*^D »W» 5lf ^? («wn»og .' ,:«m*il»-^Ui«i * » w»-mj(Wr. ^:. tf *» ¦ o*«MlliVmW A* «»W<«ed,i«^h9a9>>«'4i? ( * n « Awf JfojiHw*: w??«p»*«bwii**:**•• i.rllBOf^^«jH^»«!»«*ijly' »o?l° 0.ear,,of the .. potren ih«i,bft foi)Bj»op» time ioconjelv<and i - from jprt*miiwdicatwn« , you may aafely coodflAl! (th»l not * «ng le counij^f ih e " Norihtm iwr" will either give Mr. Btgler, nor wiyiothM ••Nebraska " or num man a "••Jo'lUr* • . ; \.L L a * , • A call is iwued and signed by hundreds of Democra t* and Whigs, in thi» county, for a .CounijnGonveolHnJ. on th«5ih of September. Intoma of the largest towns, nni a half a down wilt refute to sign the call. A large number of the loading Democrat ...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

. M» TMteJjgBffmttr «v43w wmwralj^pon ihWoefrioa-oWnj^f Mr- «>•*? '» name-tt Ibe head of oor paper as tbe peoph' s «*olee fcr Com ; g^s^sa*»r- v''*' ^ ; -"~"r ^r ''' "- - =-;^""p twt broogto. abort bypiititl^l o hi <*i l8 ry^-bttt i» fe. fianoo of the wltbet of atpirtntt and Uw enmity of foes, a sponUneout (Sk\ng to bl* fndepimdtijcei nprifhtoest «d ability. Tbt) bootliluenty be reptetenUt,rB oot.4btj.|MtH>lq to perntit-inent to goant<c : vrtrbfld, nor, «)fef /dictation or ;iaWfOe .ftqm;any quarter to strike down a fiiitblul RenreteuUttve, aJh! wlwt«c«yOTiDe^Tta«»b« lndy boooraWy rapretwled pubUfl sanUrncntat home. 1 ., If apy Congretaional upirant.or any dwle-eycd driver In pollSotl intrijbes, dottbU that Mr.Gsow has tbe approbation of tiine-tenths of the people of Ibis District, for bit Congressional conduct, lot them make the issue. Trot oat your opposing candidate, whether lie be timao pure Nebraska, rinf streaked, or speckled, ana see what the Te...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

THE AfrfAW WKtLSBteOTOH, P^ : A awvmf^j^omi^y ii i. ¦ ¦ - yoK^aovBSMoiti ~--r-*~. - -±^~= 3MJBX8 WLLOt^ofJfoftft«Bberlan -:,. TORCAttAh COMMISSUMJEB, , 080ROE DAR8IE, «»f Allflghwiy. , FOR SDPREMtSCoiuRT, ; DAinBLH.BBY8EHi OfBont«omery 1PEOPtE%IX;H<^crE S^tdpS^feS: QJUJJSTLUjL CrBOW, of Snsatehanna. AnU-DTebraska Oonnty ticket Poft^irsBs^TATiyis, Tbomoa 1*. Baldwin, Of Tioga. FOB' PBOTnonOTABTt . Jobti P. DoimldfODi Qf WtlUbon FOR ttEGISTEK AND RECORDER. William ». Balloy, Of WtlUbm. FOR C01l»lSSI0RBR, O. B. Wells, QfJar tien. FOB AUDITOR, A. B. Hilet, Of Charlt$tm. Rtceiplt for lit Agitator for tha wtel ending Sep ' itmbttiyL G*o.W.DavU, 91,00 Jno.JenVint, 81,00 /. C. BJgett. J.00 G. T; Mathews, .1.00 GecJeoViru, WO ILW.Sweel, J.00 E, Haydsti, 1.00 - H. H«yden, 1,00 A^ Buy,,. LOO G.W. Hall, 1.00 Abm. tido, 1,00 8. fftmfen, 1,00 L.BroD»oo, 100 W.W.Bnow, 1,00 R.Rockwtll, »l,00.

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

KT Rev. Im Surra, of Rochester, N. Y., will lecture before the Odd Fellows in On Court Hoass, an Wednesday evening, 19th hut. A general attendtoopjs rpmiestcd. ? ' ' - *¦ ' ¦ - Hi,-V- ' - >^i. - .-i . 1%t Ptotrta r. ' itg« nan foraely than ever in flurreffcn. 8everd^rej»ebini/sb«we» hjtve 6Uen •ilhlfl the tatt ten d»yt, but Ibe succeeding bpi weitter hu licked op tbeir liUl* .noiston iik« a d*vqorint-.fl«rri«,;;8?ptemUsr, to flu-.^ualt . if it 4otim**cMV* fw^jgg-mtteM t&K ,, ',|yp«-<Ti?i«-and ^tnfretpDpde))^Scuu!;FJims —ItMe tkofrtJc'thlt! wMk , and . We rttbir tvpect, <eu*« " j^;de| U ' pf ; troi^tnsiiai. M* ooet Mr. O»ow 1n]iitticeibo^srvia ' aUriAotiof^to biin otbwr than whit #i(k»V fsrAnVresi motives in «p|lctv ing Ettiou' . motibli taitttioinoe k bill to r«p«s1 the FofMw«sv« Uw. --If mtitieni wffl etfl, perhaps we tan convince him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

A Chapter of Strange Developments. In the beginning of the month/of April last Mr. Dwi g lu Wilcox, a resident of Che*. ter Factory, Mass, called on the Chief of Police of this city, and represented " (hat a few neig hbors and himself had formed what is called a " Carson League," and had mel with a i>reat deal of opposition from fa band of reckless fellows living in that neig hborhood, who had miide threars if the League did not desisl in iheir endeavors to make decent and rejpcctable citizens of them, they would have cause io rue iheir philanthropy. The League, nothing daunted, continued to remonstrate with them ; but ihe more they " exerted themselves the more determined opposition was manifested. On the nig ht of the 22d Febu. arv last, tho villagers were alarmed by a terrible explosion, and on ascertaining the cause lound that a 25-pound keg of powder had beer, placed in the Methodist Episcopal Ciiurch. and'it had been nearly destroyed. The next act of those scounnr...

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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

l W 1 _t t' .']¦?? ' 5 " V if'- -" '%£ ' ^v- ' ^> •>.' :9 •.' , .. . jjn ipojt.lftni . lO ^. ioe, XTttlwlvv ^ ^*- ^¦u* ha« taallT jBOBMi wbett Oooo». '-Cant be boueht M,d)esp,ln Wellikofoatk. w ft Elo>b*aCor-^:^r^mSmsm^m^ th» p*bHe li ' larfe 8r«^BViW- I 'to v e«B"" aDd' ' tttiafV lhaawelvwithat.tbuiii Do asnabigi'%; -,-, yrtM:?;. : ..M,l te^fg^j^aw^ftMu -^mi ** ?T^1^f!fWW^^?!!' : T§S'jtiig_! -- , •.^¦s'^Jr - - t B B^r f^jiin; :."X ¦¦¦ wwpimjft$Mm m# =¦ ¦ WdlsHnrengn t Joly.87t-J854^tr.. ' .- •¦ ':^ VB; •¦¦'- ¦ - *: « -' ¦ ¦ " ' : - ' lini>ortant. ¦ ¦ '- "-'' ^-' WHEREAS, o«f tfe' njgli tof the ?4tKof Morch last, James I. Jtcksoo, and others b y the use ofcf»U« keys or otherwise, Arced 'tlielririry into the dwelling house ot the subscriber, while _th« family were absent itld rcmored iris goods OBtof Iho house in order to get possession—<nd further, ihe said James I. Jackson look poesewion^of th' e Books belonging to tlie subscriber, and reTiuea l...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

New,Cheap iUilfincry Goods, for Reads-Pay. nPflE stiljscribcr would \^r~ ^ JL. respectfully inform the citi- W ~ vki* ^ jenaof Wcllsborough and vicitf- ttLtttSsr&Me. ity, that the is just receiving a _^r^* \J^^f NEW $ FASH10NAULE ^j£3*£&^ MILLINERY G00D$, :m ^ y *< consiatiiig of BONNETS or every variety, LADIES CAPS,, CHILDREN'S' HATS, BONNET HNIWGS, FLOWERS and RIBBONS of every kind and quality, GLOVBS, MITTS, EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS, UNDERSLEEVES, Handkerchief*, Silks, Plain and Barred Muslims, Laces, Cotton and Linen Edging, and a variety of other things too numerous to mention. All of which can he obtained cheaper thun elsewhere Ibis side of New York ftity.-^ The subscriber is now doing a Ready-Pay bnsiness, and would invite her friends to cnli and examine her goods before making their purchase, an she is confident they cannot suit themselves belter at any other establixhmcnt. Work done on short notice and in tho most approved style. She eilends her since...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

• .:v2> USAlMWki'i JU>the de»th of brotlwr; WJW°* ^ W:iB%!9an$y TbSCbirlitkiichraohgne *>Ci« SoiHt»btakhdte li»ble member* , the fiandiy tcbgti «. ftilhfal and -«flNeat^tdn(w;duib. -,. * •;*••'t -jw.-. ;• ¦?; :,--i.'., ¦RtMBtd^tth tiiWe deep) / tnd;truly aympftthuw witb owJ»lg»e4j»^ Kner T .«orro>»»o4.w^ M«ure her ih^ilw^WwwViiWiiitok ltha J wqS ner heart moan^ tho loiM .o/v»a pqiJi8inimi we, her .tu l 9it^.»nd «U^r Tomplar«,*l»ofMlberE«.y«d<)if a br«tbe ' { ' «;bp wm mcT!:f*)\bjiA . ' t?lihe\pntiib '&iemperanw, artd (bat as ncighbgr» WS mourn the Jois of a kind friend i' nd obliging neighbor. ' ¦ >"- KefotMdf ilitt waexltndto pnr;|l»we*ted . »ut«r oit'Shly our sympathy, but »l«o oar aid and patrpnagt si long ob the »eea fit to reside amon^ tia as a •Deehbwand citiiep.¦¦ ' ... . . . ' . ' - . Rdoived, That we cordially invite lister Wilcoz to Uke up her permopent residence among us.pledg. ingtmrtelves to da ' all wes can to r...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

Register and Recorder. To the Voteti of Tioga County: Tho undersigned announces to the Independent Voters of Tioga county, that he is a candidate for the OFFICE OF REGISTER AND RECORDER, at the coming October Election. O* As he has neither money nor lime to spare in electioneering, he uks his frienus lo assist hint, and thereby confer a particular favor upon him. WILLIAM D. BAILEY. Wellsborongh, Aog. 84, 1654. /BLOCKS.—A large quantity of CLOCKS V-* just received at FOLEY & RICHARDS', and for sale cheap. August 24,1854. Thirty Year§ IN TOE U. S. SENATE.—All those who wish to know the doings of the U. S. Senate for thirty years, will do well to call at FOLEY & RICHARDS' Book arid Jewelry Store, and procure u Benton 's Thirty Years in Ihe U. S. Senate," at Ihe Agents price. Call noun, as they are going fast. WclUborongh, Aug. 24, 1854. School Books. A LL ihe School Book9 lhat have been -£f- adopted for ns>e in tho Wellsboro' Academy, and all the School Distr...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 7 September 1854

Later frqm Europe. The Puns Jtfoniteijr announces that on the 7;h and 8th August,theFrenchexpeditionary force was landed on ihe Island of Alnnd, north of the fortress of Domersund. At Ihe same lime a force of English . and French mariners landed south of ihe fortress. The disembarkation was covered by war steamers, and was effected, as the Monitevr says, without a man getting his (fe^t wet . They then creeled their batteries, whilo ihe Russians destroyed theirs, and fell back on the main fortress. By the 12th the fortress was completely invesled. On the 14th the Russians made a sortie, but were driven in. On the 15lh the French carried a redoubt of ei ght guns without losing a man.. Another account says it was a strong fort (hey look, after several hour's fighting. Reports in the English papers say that the inhabitant* of Aland had risen against the Russians, and it was proclaimed by order of the French Admiral, from the pulpits of all the churches, that the Russian sway on the ...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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