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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Impor tant. '"' . WHEREAS, on the night of Ina 24iri of March'last, lames I. Jacksori, and.others by the me of Tube Veys or otherwise,'weed their way into the dwelling hoo«e of the subscriber, while-the family were absent and removed his goods'out of tho house in order lo get possession—and Jkrlbcr, the said James 1. Jackson look possession/of th? Books belonging to the Bubscnber, »nd refuses lo deliver Ihem over to him, for til of which, the said James I. Jackson and others have given bail ftr their appearance tp the next court of Quarter Sees* ion?. This is therefore to forbid all persons paying any accounts to James I. Jackson made at the woolen Factory arid Saw Mill from that time until the let day of March, A. JX1852, «s I have 4 letie of the Woolen Factory and Saw Mill from that lime entil the 1st day of March, A. D. 1855, binding me W collect all debts for work done. ' LEWIS C. PENDLETON. DelniM, July 27,1854-tf.

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Important to ine PilBllc. ATJ. R.BOWEN'3. Empire Stora thtf time hu finrtr,«<««wv»h»n Good* wi £¦ bought a* cheap la WaDabnrabsb, ts at Etair*, Cor> P . ' 1 *' «L io ? n ? «tt?» town wett of.Kf w York t«n< «J«^^»t »!ff-«? ^W «? mtai tuuif them«erre«^h(tbl« rs r io l1oti,bB>; ¦ . ¦ .-;":-< At J. B. Btitwrils will «lway» fie ftoud an Him-•iv^iMiQrtmtDt' iiif well»eleeled . ..,. . . -. ,,1 Jbvuh: ©oods, .. ' ¦ vr. GROCERIES, HABPWARE,.BOOft fc 6ROEH and a larjre.varfety.of Gentlemen's CloJhinj, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, COLLAR8, SCARFS, fee till of which will b« disposed of at areddeed^piies ' ' J. R. BO WEN. ¦ WeU.borobgh,Jo>yS7,18M-<f. ; r

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

t ' ^ ' .if-l: i*4;-.*t!fci.,-..i (at'ii.! - . ::,* , —^— ¦ > ' ! * .. ' .;.Ci fl.H'i.,, ' ;%:¦;; ' a'.,;-'i^ v/ ; * ' '?- - ¦ MM A»INGi)urohtweii1h8i«tofefe«ftd .bttlintiMi'flr^OYi^ ¦ $QW$Mm *¥ STOVp |5l*!Pjar,qOPPm40&S0EET.m6N im4$pJ .\m#tmM&* citizam tijf { WeM&ow»|h^nd-vioidily<Atoitil intend; n}a.i^. faet,utif)g lh!?l%8t;!?f i W^uponthe am ititeral ltfm».^'O-B)iB < -l ! 'W*" 0f aH ; *ind8; «t^t«ed; witbrapaWMi and .dispatch. — ' ' ¦ ^' - - v ^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^BSS * ^r^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^fc/1-_ M^A Among the approved Stoves of the age-1 am thoroughly convinced that tbe JflNfl OF STOVES is truly named, and must lake the terd-trf-alLEje^atdLQven^iofleii. The principal advantage claimed in this, over all oiher atoves< (ElevatecK^ns in particular ,) is in its diving or reverting-flues, lhe exclusive right of which is guaranteed to the subscn. her by Letters Patent Horn the Uniled Slates. There being twotjurrents of air passing up nnd d6wn...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

» - «¦ . . . *•.>•* ^f|*o-"P»ttf««; *- -! - •>• ; - ¦ -v:> *^5v?a k ^.fv^saisfe# ¦ • - •»;- " ¦ ¦ • ¦ ?' * - '¦ W& oBicSHt?^$$ffltom$ tfrtomblftdio weetaittrihaliraerat «hi<Sb; oKlhe-totion by whom it +nbs4ii& irttfsp»jfteo/ (Vom Chili iq Sgl«^JBSiAip»to distln^ iregions.— TJjl*SA«Wtd!r-fdttrSd H 'oBty i€ < !Mli,Wit isijmbWifctogrowwiWim-Peruf;*iit how it riaoKedBftgUiiid 1 wa fliStterpf tip&dairijy. irfra^iiM'lili ' jh' e farddtePof the It st : century, tha|"lfiepol«io ' wa*g eoeraHjr knoivpin England and ite tjultivajioni . Vat . her eiforccd by . . the ^artial-ftll^^r^aln. 1 A this- lime ihfiA j«(re rt ' foing, prejudices agai st ^he fi qta-!ta,%nkTng " ln$ . (i - wa* uhjiiliQtejorae food; and tha' People who ate iherti;wo i!d bef short •iifred. 1 VVe most notsuppiisalha (he potato wheh ffrgVal&in from tho forest. / nd carried to Europl was ihe same thing th- t i( now in; nor wonder that the people mistook.the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

DEATH-TO-PAIN. • • "' ¦ r The ' great American Remedy fot . '•' Feeer <$" Ajguef Rhe\tmdiim\ Dyst Mery, ,. Cholifs, pnd ^ Cfriping.P.tlitis' , Br'iiiSes and Strains, Burns fy Scalds, Fresh Wounds, Dyspepsia, Covghs <!f Colds. ¦ ¦ AND ALL OTHER KINDRED DISBA8B3. r rHlS Medicine has proved, and wili prove ,- an unconditional Pain Dsstboyeh in all cases, whether External or Internal. Hence it .has received the appropriate.nume of'(Death-lo.Pain." It his, by being keptun band by families who know its value, been the means of. saving money, and often life, by its timely use in sudden attacks, and in case of accidents;' ; In all bruises and;flesh wounds this Death.to.pain is the best embrocation that can be found. .The soreness ia immediately extracted -^-swellings rsduced-l—and profuse bleeding stopped. A ainjis doso will ease the most severe griping pains ia the bowels, and a few applications will ease the severest rheumatic and nervous pains. Dyspepsia and-its t...

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

" GnANDFATiiEH," snid a saucy little boy, the oilier day, " how old are you!" The old genilemnn who had been a soldier, and was much under ihe ordinary size, took ihe child between his knees and suid to htm : " My denr buy, I am funtty-fwe years old ; but why do you ask 1" Tin; liUle fellow,-with the importance of a Napoleon, rrplied : " Well, it appears to me you are remarkably small of )our age •" " he Boston Chronicle tries itsulf on weaiher paragraphs: Hear it: "The weaiher for the last few days has been positively hot, compnruiivclv hut, superlativel y hot, dny nnd night. Hot, holler, most holiest. Hnltentot , Hottentolier, Hutlentoiiesf, Hotlentollissimus, [loUenioilissimus, plus one, Hotienluttissimus, plus one hundred—hot as' an oven—hot m I wo ovens—hot as , we^ ivo.il up." ^BUSINE SS DIRECTORY. FAU. TIER'S UNION INSURANCE COMPANY. ATHENS, IIRAUPORD CO., PA. CAPITAL—$200,000 1—Insures Farmers only, on the Stock and Mutual plan. J. E. Canfield Seo'y., lion. Horace Will...

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

KOI8ERT HOY [IAS COXbTAIVTLY OJi HAM) AT THE WELLSBOROUGH DRUG STORE, THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES : Aconite, Ginger, Gronnd, Adhesive Plaster, Glass of all sizes, for win-Alcohol, dnws or picluic frames, Alum, jGlue, Aloes, j Guins of every variety, Allspice, jHops, Ammonia, 'Hot Drops, Annetto, (Hive Syrup, Antimony, j Indigo, (best quality,) Arnica, iInks of all kinds, Bleeching Powder to re- Lampblack, move ink & fruit stains/Looking Glass, ,~Trom Linen, 'Leather Varnish, plucking for stoves, (Lime—Rhode Island, for ¦ " " boots&.shoes, whitewashing, jBay Water, ' Madder, Borax, Nutmeg; Brimstone, J0i!s, (a large variety,) .Brushes of all kinds, lOiiitmcnts, Bug Poison, jOporiildoc, Camphor, I Paints of all kinds, Castile Snap, ' P-icra, Cayenne Pepper, Pepper, Cement for earthen ware, 1 Prussian Blue, Cinnamon, 'Pills of various kinds, Cloves, Quicksilver, Cobnit, (Fly Poison,) iQuinino, Composition Powder, jRcd Chalk, Cephalic Snuff for head-Red Precipitate, a...

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

0^" SoM8, twe|v.e years ago, a wagon-shop belongio^ to a Mr. Kline, at Eaton, Ohio, was burned lo the prbund. '" About the same lime, a building at West Aloxander was likewise consumed by fire; None ' of'the conjecture* at the lime, concerning the origin.of the frresi .were correct; the ' real originator was not suspected. Twelve years hadelapseJ, and the disasters mentioned had been almost forgotten. Lnsl week, says the Eaton Register, came, a weary footman from Pennsylvania ,. leaning on a staff, and entered lhe house of Mr. Kline. Time and trouble Had brought so great a change in the man's appearance that though formerly known to his entertainer, he was not recognised until'he had told his name. Ho was lhe man who had set fire lo boih the aforementioned build¬ ings ! His object had been plunder, but he siys his nefarious enterprise resulted in no-Ihing but disappointment. Peace nor enjoyment hng he known since the commission of 1 huso crimes. Afflicted by the pangs of a gvii ...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

_ BaUer mabiug; Not one pound in five of tlie butter sold in the markets, is fit for human fund. Butter makers should remember these few short rules: The newer and ,sweeter the rream, lhe gfreeter and hi g her,flavored will be lhe buiior. The air hVust be fresh and pure iu lhe room or cellar where the milbj is siM. Tho' Creum should not reinjiin on the milk over thirty-six hours. ! , Keop the cream in tin pails, or stot\p pots, into which put a spoonful of Is.ilt nt lhe beginning; then stir the cream lig htly each morning and'evening; this ^ill prevent lhe cream from moulding or souring. ¦ T Chtirn as often as once fa week, nnd as mtich qftener as ' circumstances will permit. Upon churning, " add ihe , cream upon all the milk in tbe diary. ; " ' Use) nearly " an ounce of , ' salt (0 n pound of butler i I Work'the butter over Iwicp, to free it from the buttermilk and brine, before lumping and packiog. - . ¦ t 1 Becertain that ifw entirely Tree from every paitjjsiejdf bjulfejrmijj...

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Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

AVELLSBOttO' FOUNBU1 and Machine Shop. THE subscriber having rented the inlereil of Lovi Chubbuck in the Wellaborough Foundry, is now prepared to manufacture most kindioi machinery—such as Mill Cranks ' , Mill Gearing, Slides, Balance-Whecls, Shafts, Pullies, $c , Sfc. Machinery of all kinds repaired on short notice, by experienced workmen, and on reasonable terni. - ^ . ^ Ploughs. Thc.altcntion of Formers is particularly called J» our- aasottment of Ploughs, which are unsurpsBwl by any other Fonndfy in the State. Our Ploojlu consist in part of lh& celebrated Cliubbnok PJougb, { So.S. do, _ do. ! do. 4, Dulcher do. Blackley Plough. Corn . do. Side Hill do. The Side Hill Plough is the 'only Plough that will turn equal furrows oo either aide, and plow on U«l ground. I Stoves, Stoves. An extensive assortment of Stoves will be ktp1 constantly on hand, embracing the best kinds do* in ttse, a description of which he will give in » farther advertisement - - CALDRON KETTLES; Sev...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

DOCTOR YOURSELF! The Pocket iEsculapius : OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN THli Fiftieth Edition, /j^^^ with One Hundred En- / 4«j? ? \^m. gravings, Bhowing Di&eases IB/ Ask lw| and Mdirormations of the Hu- ffl MxBtk M man System in every shape It I i^Jfpgjgi \W) and form. To which is added J SPf|^ 9 a Treaties on the Diseases off ^SSj jiST^ JO Females, being of tho highest Igl ,^S^f M imporlanco to married penpte, \ MfiMlwwr /SI or tlioae contemplaling mar- ^jJ£giS$ 3ZWM/ r»S«- ViWte2& By Wm Young, M. D. ^^^ Let no father be ashamed to prescnta copy of the j-EicuLAPiua to his chiM. It may save him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations of marrie'l life without reading the Pocket jEsculafius. Let no one suffering from a hacknicd C«ugh, Pain in the side, restless nights, nervous feelings, and rhe whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, and given up by their physician, be another moment without consulting the iEsconpius. Have t...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

UKltiS A Mi JVIF.DIC1AES! IN LAWHENCEVILLE , PA. 1 1 ^[IE sulMoribi'vs Imvi; cunslnnlly dflEB -*- on hand at their Drug Store, in Law- *^jg*y renceville, a Urge arid well selected stock jjSSl of DRUGS, Sfc, of every description «fi^3 u«cd liy Physicians in the country, and all tbe most popular PATENT ill£O/CiiVBSof the daj, wmch we offer fur sale at prices which cannolftil to suit those who may fuvor us with a call. Among uur Patent Medicines may be found the following: j. MarchanOa Gargling Oil; Jayne's Expectorant. Al¬ terative, Pills, Pills, &c; ilfojot's Billtn am Pills; Filche's silver pCiled Abdominal Support, ers, llraces . Inhaling Tubes, and all the medicintl prepared by him for his private practice ; Branl'i Pxlmoritiry Dalsam and Purifying Extract!: Ayre's Cherry Pectoral; Rogtrs' Syrvp of Tv and Canchalugw.; DiUoid's Heave Cure; Andrew's I'ain Killing Agent; Truck's }lagmx Ointmmt; Dr. Christie's Galvanic BtUs, kt:, Houghton's Artificial Pepsin ; Blake's Armi...

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

i i IAT XmiiU8BQRQVOHi r PA.r> ?/ T^HE subscrib er taltoa pleasure :in announ-:-}. ¦ cing to bi«, old.-t>ati»n^" and,'tho . rpat of inon-Wndj"jtbat jje .is still carryingon.flto „ {l . ri '• <: €> AttlNE« ' aiiiti-M.t- : IaalliU .hraochos,,at hiapld Stand, ntari^Welkboroug K' Ataittny- < - .-.„ . " , | ^; , ;,; 1 His.wprk ' ia rriariulacliired from the b ^st of matfirlais - . ' and all ' tnose.wholfavorhira, with.' a call may-rely upon obtaining articles ' which for CHEAPNESS EEEOANGE miDVRABlLITV, ar&aocond to none in the niarket. ¦ ; Ho will erideavprto keep on hand all articles of HOUSEHOLT)' FDRNITDUE—such as " Pier, Cenlre\, Card, Breakfast $ Dining Tabiesf French, Cottage & Common Bedsteads, < • MaKogony, ¦'Maple and. • Coototow Bureau ' s, Dress, Light, Work, $ Wash Stands. ¦ i Parson; wishing any articles not on hand will be supplied to ordei . . COFFlNS'of ' oveiy variety on short notice. Chairs! Chairs! In conne...

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

. ZING- PAl.\f»: One third cheaper than While Lead, and _ free from all poisonous qualities. rr>HE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY *- having- greatly enlarged their works, and improved the quality of (.heir products, arc prepared lo execute orders for their Superior Paints, Dry, and^toiind.inOil,'in assorted packngeVof from 25 to 500 pounds j also . -Dry, in barrels, of 200 lbs. each. ' Their White Znc, which is sold dry or ground into, iawarranUd PURE and ¦unsurpassed for body and uniform whiteness. A method of preparation haB recently been discoverod, 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 bo superior to any other in tho market. Their Drown Zinc Paint, which is sold at u low nrico, and can ' only be mads from the Zinc ores from New ^ Jor*ey,'t» now well Known for ita protective quallUcafwhen, apjlied to iron Of .bttier metallic surfaces. " ¦•¦ • .. ¦ Their Stone Color Pa...

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Custom Boot & Shoe Shop, A T M. Sherwood's old stnnd, where the -"• Sears' 'Bovb continue to make, mend, and measure to order, at as low prices as tho times will admit. All work warranted—to wear out in a year or so —and nut rip or come to pieces 'till it does wear out. Hides Wanted. CASH will bo paid for any quantity of hides at the highest market price. July 13, 1851. GEO. \V. SEARS. SASH & BLIND FACTORY. STONY FORK, TIOGA CO., PA. ^IM'IE subscribers hnving putcliased tho Sash Factory at Stony Fork, have now on hand, and are making all kinds of square and fancy Sash and Blinds. Tho subscribers flatters themselves that thjey can make us good and endurable an article, and sell it as cheap as can bo obtained at any establishment in Northern Pennsylvania or in Southern Now York. O* All orders in our line of business Will bo promptly oltendcd to. S. & D. B. WILCOX. Stony Fork 1 , Juno 8, 1854. , Stoneware. TUGS, Crenm Puts, Bufier Pols, covered **' Jars, P...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

NEW ARRANGEMENTS. A CROWL would announce lo Ihe cili-• zens fii Tioga county, that he has associated with him tt partner, and ti(e business will be condactBd under the firm of A. Crowl ic Co. Tliey will continue at the old stand, in Wellsborougb, to manufacture to order and keep on hand, Buggys & dumber Wagons, . CARRIAGES, SLE ' lGHS, CUTTERS, t;c., which for style, 'durability and elegance of finish, cannot bo surpassed by any other similar establishment in the country. Workmen of celebrity are engaged, and the best materials used expressly in all tho manufacturing departments of this establishment. Persons send ing orders may rest assured of having them cxecuedl lo their entire satisfaction, and finished in every particular the same as though they atlonded in person. REPAIRING done as usual, with neatness and despatch. PAINTING of all kinds done on tho shortest notice, and most reasonable terms. CTA11 kinds of merchantable produce (deliver, edi recived in exchange Jur...

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

STEARNS' Self-Setting Mill Dogs. HPHE undersign«d hnving purchased the *• ri ght of using the above Mill Dogs in Tioga county,'would announce to the public generally that he iu ready to furnish them at short notice, lo any part nl' tho county, on the most reasonable terms, and warrant them to set correct from hall an inch to two inches in thickness. They are the cheapest and the most durable Dog in use. They arc very simple in construction, consequently very aesily kept in repair. They can be used for two saws in a gule just as well as for one. Terms, 850.00 per sett for one saw, (the man owning tho mill 6ndin; the huadblocks and boarding the men while putting them in) and $55.00 for two saws. - N. B.—All orders promptly attended lo. D. B. WILCOX. WgLLSBonorou, Dec. 5, 1853. I would say that we Imve used the above deaciibed Mill Dogs for' about four months, und our sawyora like them much and think them prrfcrablo to any they haw used. S. E. ENSWOUTH. I bara a set of the above de...

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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

furniture: wake koom FOR TIOGA COUNTY. THE subscriber, oncourn^ed by the liberal pilronoje he has received for the last three years, has enlarged his slock, and now oflcrB a good variety ot the most durable and elegant Household Fnrnitare at the lowest prices. He has upwards of twenty different kinds of Chairs from the Common Windsor Cottage, to the best Mahogany spring seat, and mahogany rockers; twelve different styles of Bedsteads; three styles of Sofas and Tables, including Mahogany and Marble top Centre Tables, Bureaus, Work Stands irnd Wash Stands in great variety. His stock is so large, and price so lnw, that it is an object for those wishing FURNITURE in this county, to visit his rooms. Ho is also the agent of Messrs. BUSS &. AMES, of Addison, for the sale of their very superior. WINDOW SASH; BLINDS AND DOORS, which he ttelln at the same prices, as they are pur chased at his Factory. E. D. WELLS. LawranceviHe, Sept. 7,1853.

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Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Carriage & Wagon Manufac tory. TJENRY PETR1E would an- ruJHR9 , ¦ ' ¦ ¦'• nonnce to his friends and the^^^^^C public generally, that he in continuing *^^"vthe abovejbusincss on <3rafton street, immcdiitelj in the rear of J. R. Bowen's store, wheteTio is prfr pared to manufacture on short notice, Carriages, Buggies, Sulkies, Wagons, of any style or description to suit the purchaser, and of the very best materials. All kinds ot ' repairing done forthwith and on the most reuoaablt terms. PAINTING AND TRIMMING will be promptjy executed in the best manner and most faaiionable Blyle. Blacksmithing. Any jobs of repairs, malting or repairing Ellipli' Springs, Horse Shoeing, in short, all kinds of vaii done in tho best manner and warranted. Wcllsboro.' July 13. '54. HENRY PETR1E. CHEAP FOR CASH— One servicablc Horse. Enquire at GRAY'S Tin & Store Store, Wellsborough, Pa. ao33-tf.

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Pcriietnal Motion Discovered at JLast. fTpHE-'subscriher having been! nppoinicd Jl agent by S. \V. Puihe for tho sate of the Rose ic Peck Improved Direct Action Water 'Wheels, would say tu^the owners of Saw Mills in T'oga county, thut he is ready to furnish ths aboyo mentioncd Water Wheel at WqlUlroro', atany liuieui terlliig,:datc,pn.th9 . mu8tr . eB8<?i)al>l ' o terms.,.. . . ' , , TheBO Wheels- orewstrantcd to do the best business with the letfet quantity of water of any Wheel in use 1 , (exdfepran Overshot) . ' The great advantages of these wheels over all o^heri is. tht ' munner in .w. hich the. watqr is applied lothe w^eel, is such (hat (here ounnot ' .tfe any Waste of-.vratcr, the gale ' s or sheotsrogulatinglhe quantity. Tho'^aie ' iB Eo ' cofistrueted t ' li«l:it- ; 6Tiat8 airndst^. fectly tight: Quantity ^f,water >e<]blred ^ under eight feet Aead.^lSO sq uire int&cs^' untiBr:;^fe«t head, 50 -inahes; va^Wds^ot wsea^rteia iiji (itoporU...

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