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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

\\<aimiQAV^LT&OMfaBW'M (i 'SIT jr^fi<ftu t»^k»»oii»1rei»pjyafeicfe'< fe^ii n rAjfi-1 »3i4/.*k' «l*wb'wft»''' «ltiAjJSJt JHitw*<r-s •IpftH it»d>»neB8p, UtbbjOld Slaml, kmfcwm* VOTWgh'40$ tm V' 'ts^j'-wl •)) mo wsateVpftw naiUirf I'soHiij %V6pl«itS irtiitiuftauredrf' rdiifiitrMI hast WBiateiiallf,a-r idmll. ihwfe Wht>:fa ! i(or ' . 'hi^ with;a toYvmtih-nhapbTpt r A\rt4hihgiTtk&':*>hihl,-eoei ~ GH1i#kNE89bBbBQ*tichti*dr>D:mABILl i7W?fl&.'a^' affTofl(in' B^n 7 flisinBt*eti<).: > "tU ;s: > 3ft wilHendia^rto' .iteijpin H£iW«1I^Va<K« HOUSEH9L©>fF0R»CTOREi.»kJcbS»»-'-i ' » ''¦ ¦ ' '"¦ < Pier, Centre, Card, BreaijpcsTS(iDtHi»t^'3bbU I ' French, Coltagflr<toponinionSedBle*d8, ¦ Mahogany, MapJ&' s'und Ck>mmci ,rL-cfiMrews, f Dre8afLipti'tfrdrkr& W&ih .Sfatdik I •P*r«JHrflvr{«M«lg'a&y Srtifcle's'hol otfUWMjJWiltfie Suppl...

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

ZI\€ I'UMS. One third cheaper than White Lead, nnd ' free from all poisonous qualities, rpm NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY •-1 having greatly enlarged their works, »nd improved the quality of llreir products, are prepared to executo orders for Iheir • " * ¦ Superior Paints, Dry, anilground fffOil . In assorted p 'abka|rei> of from 95 to 500 pounds; also . Dry, in barrels, of 300 lb», oacb. j Their While Zinc, which is sold dry or ground into, iswarranled PURE and Unsurpassed for body and uniform whiteness. A method of preperalion has recently been oitcoveied,'which: enables the Company lo warrant their paints to ' keep fresh'and soft in tho kegs for any reasonable- lime. In this res'riect tlioir paints-will be superior, to any oilier in'the' iuarkeL Their Drown Zinc Paint, which is sold at a low price, 1 and can only be made from tlie Zinc ores from Nets Jerrisy, is now well known foi il>,< protect"• qualities when applied to iron or other mBlallic«ur taees. „ • ...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

IV BW: ARRAMWEHEMS. •. A'CROWIj wpM" a^iounce'm i^e ! cili''I ,..* zepa./o| Ti<jga coun^.tha ' t ' bejias 'asBticialid With him a R l v ' |VB!!vA'i l iJSiv l "'P e W l ' "'"- ' > ' conducteaunacr ' diefifnibf A. CroWl & Cp. TJiey Will coptir^uo at/fljo-.old suind, in Wellsboroughi to .manu^^ure/^oora ' er . ' and keep oh hand, Bii£rj?ys/& liiimber Wagons, CARRIAGE8, SLEIGHS, CVTTBRS, Sec, which for/style, durability and elegance'of finish, cannot be surpassed by any other similar establishment in tlie ' country: V^orkmen of iidlebrity are eng aged, andtbebest materials used expressly in all (ho 'rrianuTaclnring 1 deportment.! of tills establishment. Pei-eons send (ng orders may rest assured of having them execuedl to their entire satisfaction, and finished in every particular Ikle slme'as though they attende'd in per¬ son. REPAIRING done as osual, with neatness and despatch. •PAINTING of all kinds done on the shorles! notice, and most reasonable ter...

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Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

S T E ' A n If S' ' Self-Setting:. JUill Hogs. TPHIi tni(Ji.'i.-i^ii<'H i)ii 1.ine piirchu»t"d ihe * right of using the above Mill Dogs in Tiog» county, would announce lo the public generally lhat he is ready to furnish them al short notice, to any part of the counly, on llie most -reasonable lermi, and warrant them to scl correct from hail ait inch to two inches in thickness. They are the cheapest and the inosl durable Dog in use. They are very simple in consiruction, consequently very aesily kept in repair. They can be used for mo saws ill a sale just as wcl^as for one. " Terms, ; s50 (10 per sett for one saw, (the man owning the mill find 11 ij-(he headhlockx and boarding ihe mvn while pulling them in) and 355.00 for two stvws. N. B-—All orders promptly attended lo. D. B. WILCOX. WEM-SBonorcn, Dec. 5, 1853. I would say that we Imvc used Iho above descti' bed Mill Dogs for aboul four months, and oar sawyers like them much and think them preferable to any they have used....

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

FURNITURE WARE ROOM I FQK' ;TIOGA COUNTY. ' npFyEjsuhRcriber, fneournged by iho liberal JL palronage J)e,lip« received for the last three year?, lias enlarged.liisblock, and now offers a good variety 0/ the most durable and elegant - . Household Furniture at the lowest price*. He lias upwards of twenty different kinds ofCliairs from the. Common Windsor Collage, to Ihe best Maliijgaoy spring seal, and mahogany rqclrers; twelve different fttylcs of Bedsteads; three styles of Sofas and Tublee) including , ' . . Mahogany and Marble top Centre Tables, Bureaus, Work ' /Stands and ,- Wash Stands in great variety. "His slock is so large, nnd price so Inw, that it is an object' for those wishing FURNITURE in this county, to 1 visit his t;ooms. He is also the agent of Messrs. BLISS & AMES, of Addison, for Hie sale oftheir very superior. WINDOW SASH, BLINDS AND DOOTiS, .which ho,sells at the Bamo priccn. as they iro pur cJiugcdalhi'sTflctor)-. ( E. D. WELLS. Lawrcnccvillc, Sept. ...

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

Perpetual motion discovered at Last, THE subscriber having been nppoiniiv] agcnl by S. W. P.iinn for the sale of Ihe Rose At Peck Improved Direct Aclion Water Wheels, would Ray I" the owners of Saw MiIIh in Tioga county, fliat he is read y lo flirnish the above men. tioucd Water Wheel «t WelWioro', al any time after lilis dale, on Ibe most reasonable terms. These Whei'ls are warranted to do the best business with the least quinlily of water of any Wheel in u«e, (except an Overshot.) The great advjjptagcs of these wheels over all others is the manner- in which the water is applied to the wheel, is sucli' lhal there cannot be any viastu of wajcr, the. g.ilcs or sheets rejulatinjj ihoquuntily. The gale is so construi;lcd th ^ l il t.!iuls nlinosl perfectly tight. Qiianlily of yhUSt required under eight feet head, 130 square iaclies , under 20 feet head ,50 indies; allhcads between these in proportion, All wheels warranted lo perform accord, ing lo recommendation, if they do not we ...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

THEiBplentlirlJasiiorlmiJiit ~ ii f- GnntLi ihnt the subscriber* aro ' now daily roceiving is realy worth,» ? t»l|l6.famine,,¦;.They.Jbeve just returned irom TSew "York' wiih the Irfrgort assort, mont bf Drjf Gobdi, including'LadieB* Dfens Goo3« ' j tliat-wan ever offbrei in tHia . country, tnd all, are requested to cull anitejamine them, whether, they. wi»li ''fe ba/ ' or'Bot.'|iTo enumerate¦mrticlei would be ~ u9elesi~toTl&'inpt, A^pejippar-uispeolion " can - only give one an" idenf of wliit'Uiii Vitensive estabrwumeiht<iontain»; •)• :•'• •' ! '- ¦ :-¦ ; ' -. ' ¦ ' ¦ ? ~ , U3"aX)N 1 T.;F0R:GET THE PLACESxj-' 1 ,vs "->¦<«•> -"i-rjiefiVwlStor*-*)/' - .- •' .-- > '¦ . ' July \3,185fc w, >-m ri.>,: joNBft*-ROBti.:- /TtHfiAP-—FOR'CASB- — 'One HPrwIc'ablo V^ tions. < -EminiA' at^R'AY'S Tin '¦& Slate Btnria' Walliibiiroagh»P». : : ' ! ^ - - ¦ ¦ >' ¦ '' - mattU^--' •pifi^-&IW LS of'all'descriptiiibs...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

Carriage ' &. Wagou iliaitiif:Uv ..; ¦ tory. * . -x . . ,, HENRY PE-TRIB would "n-. JE3» w nounce to his friends.and tho^S j^^K^ public genorally, lliuj he in .cojiluiuing-^X__iJij the above uiismoss on iGra(\on 8lreel,,imineSiatcly in the rear of, ' ; J. It. Cowcn'o store, wWrc he. is prepared to manufacture on short notice ' , Carriages; lliig^ics, Sulkies, Wagons, of-nny style or deioription to Ruit the purchaser, and of the very , P 1 ^ iniUerials. All kinds of re. pairing done forthwith and on the most roasonable terms. ..,, >Jf. ,, . { PAINTING ANtrTRIHMING will be promptly eiecuUsd-inftlio ' heM inanrier ' and mnit,fashionable »tyle.. ./,., • s ,: s Biacksniithingr. Anyjobtol repairs^ making-«r rcpalring'Elliptio: Springe, HoWfi'Showing, in short, oll'kinds of 1 work done i/itlio bSBtimariieraiid warranted. ,'.' " . .1 • ' Wellsboro,' Juty 13, '54. HENRY PETRTE: \

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

BUSINESS 2&ECTGKY TERMS OE^PUBMCATioH. ^ Tkk Aoitator ^ published every Thursda y Morn, ing, a ad furnuh/d la subscriber* at $1.50 pf r am num if paid tiymoance; or $2 if payment he delay, (d oner the year. No tuhsci ij)tiort taken for a shor. ter period thin tit months, and' when for (hat («rni only, payment must is made tlric/hj in advance, or SI mill be charged. 1'hi foregoing terms will be slritlly adhered lo. No paper mill he discontinued until paid for, unless ul the option of the editor. OLum.—Ten Copies, 812; Fifteen Copies, US. /Advertisements mill be inserted at 31 per square, j[of fourteen lines or less,) for the first or three conteeulite insertion*, and 25 cents for ererji subsequent nnt. Yrarl y advertisements inserted at a reatonnhle discount on the foregoing rates. CT 7 1 i(insirn< advertising pnijahle in advance. fCT. All letters mutt be posl,puid. i .- - ,--.

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

TAIIVORINCS. JL ed would inform ^r*% Xr ii % H - in all its branches, in -^i»"^^^ ^i*^ a. {rood <md warkniunlike manner, for ready pay, and at prices that cannot faii to |ilea«e. All work entrusted to him will be done rip with despatch, and ft n' t warranted. CUTTING done on short notice. Country probuce (delivered) of all kinds, taken for work. II. V. UKVVLV. Wellsborough, April 22, 1854.

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

GAME.— ' A'supply of |r6od'Shbt' ' <5bns,Pdwilei toad and Sliol, for sate by • • : V. CASE. __ READY-MADE CLOTHING.-.A largo assort . ineqy for aule by . ., .. J, R. UlUVEN. _ QAA BCStt, CORN for taihiby O\J\> KnoxviUu. Jqna.22,1854. , . V. CASE ^ t>-|- A SARUELS PORK, fbr sule by the barrel &JL^b or poud. at ¦ M- M. CONVEK6. __ "I l\ 6BLS. CORK, for bbI" hV * -L" " '" [iuS3 if.] VICTOR CASE Knoxville Ausr. 3,, 1854-tf.

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

r\&AL&& ' tn: 'h<> ™k,& i *>.'&tfan. ^m ^.Wioel-Iron Ware. . SnlsiBswro ^ opeJofV^MSl ; . . , , , ^lAU&rateVWdfil.) 1 **"' ' v WELL8BOHOUO1I, TIOGA COUNTY, ' PENNA.. * ' June 8,1854. P. P. CLEAVER, Proprietor. « jn. -jib '\a ' 'HOBfe^«V^tIftO¥ }w ^"^> AiSffl' fl HilW^liy tAi ' v i Sj^%ft'»" f) """3 "L}?i'- ' ! *^ ftpitaii f* ;if«i» ™ Li ¦-,i j , (SSB^ifflStfifflilSX&z 'K AR^SfSfera xii -.< ,h; ,(-;fi BifiP(SJ'IB?S -itt.sJio *ai Bffi^v'A?v^f l ¥i 0 !^ »ft J 8H^bHr ai'^unts ' ;; l fe .; nJ^Mjm alk^kVW>§gtrih»'^ ZilHttft'iAJi.tZutmm* '- . •::'*.uz*iT& P*^. « «ii. ¦' i,»i,-,K ,1 mWX'tit. ,uii I:.-.! 1.5:01 Bug rotten ,^ ,!,., , rii> ,, :ill Ppodlldpci ' , . !;j, „.. „ PWglw,, .>;-' ;4 , . ., ,.. Pa»njg 9. f c »I| 1k^Js,,. j. ' 1 Casti}e.Sosp., tioi*.^ . ' h ' i "....-r- ,_, .. , .. Cs«)?nj;fo V ar0iBn 5 war% Prussmn, B^, . , , , „ ¦ . . ;,;, Ci,nnaip,Qij| - , ....

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 21 September 1854

TIOG V MARBJLE YATMI FITCII &. SUEBWOOD, DEALBns I.V Italian and American Marble, FOB MANTELS, MONUMENTS, TOMBS ' CENOTAPHS, GltAVE-STuNES. Bj* Entire salinfaclion will always be given. SHOP IS TIOGA VILLAGE, PENWA. ' Jdlyl8.~t854-.ly.'' ¦ ¦ ¦ , - , J , - J&

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 28 September 1854

1 er t . (n^ndlrig: dMi;r^tloi7»V an t(i& Suil i^llHkuttb, Scenery, !&o. - ByGbo. RPakt ~- r I . T . .-2 ;... V ,«—.. ,-;,.. .-. I' 1 , III compliarce jwih. fln ^ Xnyiiajiion from Copt. Baker at d ' C. , ' A.lPerry, .Ksq., tye.ep terprising owner? jif, the 4ne .litije Reamer [f.Excel, ' we stepped pn hpard at;f»rjj yiile; on Friday, I611 Junp, asone of f lhe pleasure party up.the Kilinsas ' and .^fp ctfc jfiJN.i n -# i ,Yffi s f And here let un aay that .too much; ' : praise cannot be awarde . d,,to ( , l))ese . gentlemen for the successful tefforts :they;., havp jnajJe ' arid nre still rnnkingrto find, ihe chffnnertfrid " es^ tablish the navlgaiion of the Kansas | River; they have alread y accomplished soqie half dozen successive trips lo Fort Rilev ; have delivered .there all necessary goyernnient freight, with a speed, care, and a. saying of expeD^e, hitherto unknown ' ; ' and * they 1 ''have further concluded to ke.e ' p (heir ' fleet Vnile craft on that ri...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 28 September 1854

The New Secret Orcanlzatlom We stated several tveeks ago lhat we be» lieved a secret.organization had been started up at Washington, by promfhtnt poliliciens, in opposiiion <o the Know Nothings ; and recent movements have confirmed us in the opinion then advanced. Subordinate bran* ches of this organization have been estab-Jished in various par . ts of Pennsylvania by men sent out for tjiai purpose—men high in the confidence of. the State Administration. This organization, as we before slnted, is designed to embrace all classes, parties and creeds of .voters—foreign and native, Cath« olic and Proteslont, Whigs, and Democrats, Free Soil and Slavery men, Abolitionists disuniomsts—and unite them in opposition .to the principles avowed by the Know Nothings. The Gatholic&are going into this movement with a view of controlling it, aud,making use of -the -Protestants who will be silly enough to.be entrapped into it, to obtain political supremacy in this country. Atte...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 28 September 1854

THRILLING NARRATIVE From the Knickerbocker Magaxine. JETXM A. THRILLING TALE. Among the wondrous si g hts on the earth, the volcano of Mma will hold a jus) pre-eminence. Renowned by pasl and present history, sublime by ils elevation, its former, and llu awful secrecy of unknown terrors which Ik concealed within its bosom, the Sicilian volcano will always be viewed with the deepcs! and most solemn awe. 11 was with such feelings and wilh such Ui'iiifihts as Ihesp, Ihnl I beynn In ascend the volcano on the morning of the fifth of May, 1S49 I hul lefi Cntnnia on ihe day before, ir. order lo visit this wonderful spot, I did P"! wish to glance carelessly upon it—no; !)¦ in me there was always something revetc»'.. snme'hing almost divini', in connection Hdii ihis j;reiii, m iss of upheaved lava , whioh I;-' me to look most earnestl y hi Us ruuged sm- ( wiiherf 10 ascend, to view from ils S'liimil ihc fnireSi regions on earlh ; to «lnncp a i«n, down into ihe unfHihomible depths wher...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 28 September 1854

Jndgo^oIlo^V Speech at W«3lli> 3rarsu]ffDt tb^i tic^ Judge PoUoci^Bdi dressed a largl gktrreiing of the freerrtferrof iT^ !U9ayipiy ^ a,i4ijej^uj.^o^^ day afie«Jooni*2Diii inst.. "Diving lo Ihe .rei ' rT LJvise _wguld i hav f e JjPgj^.y5^!^ e ,^9 u X l f ^°J^. " wa« ' crm« : 3e<rivit)i RTtenllve'liiieneysr ^"rs ~ ~ - H^Wmrrferifced'byWdrrlngiiWWfly to the j necessafy > -divi!iion r of*trie"neople'into;-j»a»t)8«f feach/.prftfessirig^esh^f tjiai te^otefesiftef ' the count ry \ though^dvocntirig l ih snWe' de ^ ?gree indifferent-lines -ofTpoj!Qy?~As fothirn? «elf, hehad nev '^r worshipped parly, but .had, and;ever shouldj-hold principles superiorJo men.' . He cfiuldjnqi respect that blind yjener-' a,tion accorded | <o>meie. names-, by some, and had never been; an advocate of tho "stick-toparty" doctrine. He held the tyranny,.of party.lenders '..clothed with a little brief nuthorily," as'ur worthy 9/j toleration in a land which boasted, of. its,lib...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 28 September 1854

Scire JFacias DHconrteth ot Nortu :.Ho, 1 aod niotdi No. 3. Mks3iis. Bailky ii Coins:—! profett i0 belong to'North No.l, and to stand, as near, ly as I may, by the truth and \he, rig ht "« I understand'' ihtm-VVKen^ vye «9t>politica|. ly, it is seldom in a method' or upon a plu that ngrees with our ideal. Thereis as ja no opponunity for us lo work in the Geld of p olitics for iho advanceou-nt of our pnnci> p ies, with any hope: of immediate succesi, except in consent-wlih North No._2. wj desire to see her prosper in all her belief movements, because Bhe needB. encoura^ ment, and will not go ahead without u— therefora we a. ct and vote with fier whenever her measures and men are " tolerable. Thij goes hard-wilh us sometimes, ll feels loo much, like bondage and compromise, and u submitted ta.onjy. ia the hope of-belter opportunities. While we thus co-opernte, jou must not impose silence upon us. Lei n suf. fieethtit we del Kvhe ' n the privilege is offertd, and fo...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 28 September 1854

Oiuv Nci&libor. Dr. Beaumont, in his excellent treatise upon the Digcstiva functions, demonstrates the superior heallhfulnesa of cold, or inoderati-ly warm food, taver that which is pipinjhoL In view of this, our neig h, bor should endeavor to keep cool while we are seUj ing him up fur tho grand barbecue to come oil * on the second Tuesday in October; and especially, 1 as he above all things desires llie freemen of this conn, ty to swallow him whole—inconsistencies and all. Oat remarks two weeks ago seem to have reaphed the " tender spot" in his gontlo nature; and we'now behold (he strange metamorphosis of an eagle, intc a porcupine, in Ihe moulting season. Allnr the punher of a certain ghost we read of, ho shakes, not a gory head, but the mangled stump of tho " pluribus and iinum quill" at us with a malicious emphasis. Our amuble contemporary docs not ste the point of Ihe expression — " pluribus anil unuin quill." Neither do we; but as great men usually employ words...

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