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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

JOYTO THE WORj jB " MAN BIS OWN PHYSICIAN " nn. PHILIP LEDDY's 1 DEATH-TO-PAIN. j The ijrcat American Kcintdv for Ferer A' .Itfiic* R hewn at ism. dustmen Cholics, and (Jrxtnng Pu\n»t Jfrvutxana Strains, Burns <V Scalds * Fruh Wounds 1 Dyspepsia. Covvfis *V Colds, l.M) ILL uTiU.it KIM)HKP !U*E.iMs r fMMS M-iiic'Dp Dn< t>r"V''ij. .inn u*i •¦<«»(. in vm< ontiilioivtil Va'.> Dfstbo^kr ii m r«,, vvmtfur K\tirmil or Internal. Jit nrc i ¦ .- •/ * "cd liie «i[>[)rnpriaU' namv ni " {)f(itfi-Hi*j'-ii ' ii ' .,d.« , !>y Oi'jjJiT Hf(;l on iianti *iv l.ttnttiiP * (m ,?..» .ts value, been tin* imam* • *t saviny mom v. >\c :cn III*-, hy tt« uwly u>e in -U'Wh n -ti(s»t- ** "*-» ,-c •> case nl" aceick-nn. in .ill nrui.-L-h ami IK Mi *i.n.,f, t/iiH f)eali)-Uj-{)u)n is ihe be»l tiiiimifiiunn '>Hts* ,-be round. The -inmicj-B .i* imuu-dintclv '-x'<: ¦•.,. —^wtllini;* rcrliirod—mn ,'trniiiM- blvi timg -if:,-...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

The following is luken from a form of excommunication denounced against an offend er of the Pope, as g iven in a work by Anthony Gavin, formerly a Roman Catholic priest of Saragossa, Spain : ¦' .May God the father who creaird man, curse him. May ihe Son, who suffered for us, curse him. May the holy nnd eternal Virgin Mary curse him. May Michael inn advocate ol holy souls, curse him. Miy John . lhe chief forerunner and baptist ofChnsi, curse him. May ihe holy and wonderful company of Martyrs, curse him. May Peter, Paul, Andrew, and all other Chri.ii' s Apostles, logeiher with the rest of his disciples, and lour Evangelists, curse him. May thr holy choir of ilia h"ly Virgins, who, for (he honor of Christ, have despised the things of ihe world, curse him. Mny all ihe Saints, who from the beginning of the world, lo everlasting aged ars lound lo the. beloved of God, curse him. May the heaven nnd ihe earth, and all the holy things therein remaining, curse him. M.iy he be cursed wherev...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

FURNITURE. at WELLsaoiipuan, va. THE subscriber takes |>lensure in nnnouncinp to his old patrons " and Iho rest of mankind," that he is slill carrying on the C A B IIV 13 T M 4 KIN G In all its branches, al his old Stand, ntur t/tr WrlUborough Academy. Hi.- , work is in a ii u fact u red from llie best of materials, and all those who favor him with a call may rely upon obtaining articles which for CIWAl'iVUSS ELEGANCE and DURABILITY, are second lo none m the market. He will endeavor lo keep on hand all articles o HOUSEHOLD l'TR.\m.'KE—such as I'itr, Ceriire, Caul , Breakfast § Dimni; Tables, French, ('ullage & Common Bedsteads, Mahnyonij. Miijtlr unil Common Bureaus, Dress, Light, Work. <$' Wash Stands. Persons vvi-lnnw any articles nol on hand will be supplied lo order. C0FF1XS of every variety on short notice. I'hair*.' Chairs! In connection with lliu .move lie would stale lhal lie has ju-it received from Ihe nest iai lories in 'Jit county j l.iri."; an...

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

\\'JULLSBO.KO' FOl^WKl and illacliinc . * »li«>|». r r^[Il'i subsi-riiicr )i'ivin<i ri'iin ii ilw iniprost JL of Lcvi ('hubbuck in tlie Wcllsboroiiph Koun. dry, is now orepired to manufaclure most kinds of machinery—such us Mill Cranks, Mill Gearing, Slides, Balance-Wheels, Shafts, Pvllies, §c, <^t . M-iehiiiery of all kinds repaired on short nolice, by experienced workmen, and on rcapunablc. icrm«. Ploughs. Tlie attention of Farmers is particularly called to our assortment of Ploughs, which arc unsurpassed by any other Foundry in Ihe Slate. Our Ploughs consist in part of the cclcbraled Chubhuck Plough, ...m No. 5. do. do. clo. 4. Dutclicr do. lilacklcy Plough. Corn do. Side Ifill do. The Side Hill Plough is tlie only Plough that will turn equal furrows on cilficr bide, and plow on level ground. Stoves, Stoves. An extensive assortment of Stoves will lie kept constantly on hand, embracing the best kinds now in use, a description of which he will give in a fur...

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

Custom Boot & Shoe Shop, A T M. Sherwood' s old stand, where the ¦£*- Seaks' Boys continue lo make, mend, and measure to order, at as low prices as the limes will admit. All work warranted—lo wear out in a year or to —and nol rip or como to pieces 'till it does wear out. Hides Wanted. CASH will be paid for any quantity of hides al the highest market price. July 13. 1854. GEO. VV. SEARS. SASH & ItLliM) FACTORY. STONY PORK , TIOGA CO., PA. fIA rlK vntwr-rihrrs driving purchased Ihe Sash Factory at Stony Fork, have now on hand, aud are making all kinds of square and fancy Sash and Blinds. The subscribers flatters themselves that they can make as good and endurable an article, and sell it us cheap as can be obtained nl any establishment in Northern Pennsylvania or in Southern New York. O*A1I orders in our line of bnuness will be promptly attended to. 8. & D. B. WILCOX. Stony Fork, Juno 8, 1854. Carpclings , Are. r T^ HE subscribers have just replenished ihe...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

Mass Meeting in Ukavek Counts'.—An anti-Nebraska mass meeting was held at New Brighton, Beaver county, on Wednesday of last week, which was largely atlended by citizens of Beaver and ihe neigboring counties. Addresses were delivered by Col. Curtain of Bellefonte, Hon. James Pollock, Gen. Lnri. mer, of Pitisburg, Rev. II. B. Bradford of Beaver county, VVm. M. Stephenson, Esq. and K. U. Gazzam, of Piitsburg. The lasl named gentleman was formerly a leader of the Democratic parly in Allegheny county, and on this occasion declared that he intended to vote for and urge the election of Judgp Pollock, as a means of administering a stern rebuke to- Ihose who prostituted their hi gh places to aid tho cause of human oppression. The editor of the Beaver Argus says thai Mr. Pollock's remarks gnve entire satisfaction, and thai he held the audience enchained for two hours ' in a speech replete with historical fuels, and words of sober earnest eloquence. The meeting was continued from nine o'cl...

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

JOCIOK VUl KSL-Xt"! The Pocket .Ksciilapius: OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN JL with One ilundrcd En- ^^^^ ^ravmifs, snowing • Diseases My t&L ^Sk .ind .\liillbrmalions ol'the llu- tmf .^toB\ \ffl [ man System in every shn pe jfSI /fjSfflwk fl and form. To which i- nrtdcdtHi ff^hW^k 9 a Treaties on the OiKeascK otK\ inSf Mf9^l9 Fenmles. ocm^ ol ' the hijjlicsl \W NuMtWBS 13 importance tu married pcnnlc, w|bmW lW or those contemvlaimg mar- vtt&GsrsigAm I<el no lUlhcr be ashamed to presents copy of Iho .¦Ebui'f'Ariuo i%j t,lo vlillu. ft Iitaj bbid film fluui dn early grave. Let no younjj man or woman enter into the secret obliijilions of married life without reading the Pockkt .Ksculapihs. Let no one suffering from a liackmed Cough, Fain in the side. resiles* nights, nervous 1'eclingg, and Ihe wnoie train of Dyspeptic ."ensalions, and given np by Uieir physirian, 6c -mot/icr moment without consulting the .liscfUAi'ics. Have the married, or those about to he ...

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Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

« > Worth Seeing! rPHE s plendid assortment of 'Goods tlinl -•- the subscribers aro now daily receiving is rettly worth a call' lo examine. They have just returned from Now York with tho largest assortment of Dry Goods, including Ladies 1 Dress Goody, that woo ever offered in this country, and all are rer|aeKtcd to call and examinu them , whether they wish to buy or not. To enumerate articles would be useless to attempt. A personal inspection can only give one an idea of what this extensive establishment contains. O" DON'T FORGET THE PLACE !rj The New Store of ~f July 13 V 1854. JONES & ROE. Wine Tor Communion. npilE Churches of Tiofjn county ore re-•*¦ apectfuUy informed that they can now obtain at the Wcllshorouch Drug Store, the Pun Juice of the Graft unadulterated with Alcohol in any form. The mobt satisfactory evidence of its pnrily can he shown to those who wish to examine it. Certificates of distinguished Clergymen and tho statement of the manufacturer hims...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

ziac iMi.vrs. One third cheaper than White Lead, ana freefrym, all poisonous qualities. ¦ THE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY having greatly enlarged their works, and itairoved the quality of their products, are prepared to ?-ti»cillfl nrrlp.rs for their Superior Paints, Dry, nnd ground in Oil, in assorted packages of from 25 to 500 pounds; also, Dry, in barrels, of 900 lb>- each. Their WAiVs Zinc, which is sold dry or ground into, iswSrronted PURE and unsurpassed for body and uniform whiteness. A method of preparation Jiaa recently been Discovered, which enables tho Company to warrant their paints to keep fresh and soft in tho kegs for any reasonable time. In this respect Ihcir paints will bo superior to any other in the market. Their Brown Zinc Paint, which is sold at a /off price, and can only be made from the Zinc ores from New Jereey, is now well known for its protecliit qualities whoa applied to iron or other metallic turfjlPP.H. Their Stone Color Paint possesses all the ...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

' S T E A R If S' Self-Setting Mill Bogs. ^T"!IIK undtTM gnrd hmmg purchu>t p d liC ri(fht of using the above Afill Dogs in Tioj« county, would announce to Iht public gencruni that he ib ready to furnish them at short nonce.:o any part ol the county, on the most reahonatilc terms, and warrant them to set correct from hnll an inch In uvo inches in thickness. They are Me cheapest and the most durable Dog in use. Tbe? are very simple m construction, consequentl y *err acsily kept in repair. They can be used for «o saws in a gate just as well an for one. Terms, $50.00 per sett for one saw, (the man owning the null finding the hondblncks and boarmn; the men while putting them in) und $55.00 lot i»o saws. N. B.—All orders promptly attended to. D. B. W1I.COX. WEr.L8BOROTOH, OcC. 3, Itti3. I would say that we Imvc used the above ocscii' bed Mill Dogs for about four months, ana inr sawyers like them much and think them iiroii''»- ble to any they have used. S. E. ENSWOKTH. I have a...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

FliRMTtKE WARE KOO.ll FOR T I 0 li A JOL'NTY. r T^llIi -uh-enber, <-tic..iiraic«'il b\ 'lie nhpral I palrnmiJjc he has rcreurd for llie Insl Uiree years, hart enlarged ln> .-Incn. and now riders a i^uod variety o/ Ihe most dur;i/ile and elegant SSoiiKt'hold i'ui'iiiturc al the lowest prices. He lias upwards ol twenty difTurenl kinds ol'Cliairs from the Common WintKor I'ollauc, lo Ihe best Alahogauy spring seat, anil iniliiigaiiy rocxers; twelve different styles ol Bedsteads; llirei; styles of Sofas and Tables, including Mohoquny and Marble top Centre Tables, Bureaus, Work Stands and Wash Stands in great variety. His stock is so large, and price so low, that it is an object for lliosc wishing FURNITURE in this comity, to visit his rooms. lie is also Ihe agent ol" Messrs. BLISS &. AME,S, of Adilison, for the sale ol'llu-ir very superior. WINDOW SASH, ISUSDS AND DOORS, which he fells ul ihe same prices, as they arc purchased al bin Fiielorv. E. D. WELLS. Lawre...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

Perpetual ^lotion Discovered at l>a»l. ^FMIE stiMrrilirr reiving horn appointed X agon! by S. W. Paine for llie sa(c of the Rose tt. Peck Improved Direct Adion Waler Wheels, would say to the owners of Saw Mills m Tioga county,tlmt he i* ready lo furnish the above mentioned Water Wheel at Wellshoro', al any lime after Ibis (late, on llie most reasonable terms. These Wheels are warranted to do Ihe best business with the least qu-tutily of water of any Wheel in u-^e, (except an Overshot.) The great advantages of these wheels over all others is [he manner m which the water is applied to the wheel, is such that lliere cannot be any waste of water, the gales or sbeei« regulating llic quantity. The g.ile is i0 constructed that il .-huts almost perfectly tight. Quanlily of waler required under cighl fret head, 130 square inches, under 20 leet heiid, 50 mi'lics; all heads between these in proportion. All wheels warranted to perform according to recommendation, if they do nol we ta...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

TAILOBCIA'tt. in all its branches, in ^- * ^ • A ^* i a good and workilianlikc manner, for ready pay, and at prices that cannot fail to please. All work entrusted to him will be ijonc up with despatch, and a lit warranted. CUTTING done on short uolice. Country probucc (delivered) of oil kinds, taken for work. II. P. ERWIN. Well.-boroueli, April 122. 185-1.

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

Jpdge Potr.ocK 'Treating.'—Some genttenien from Schuylkill county calling upon Judge Pollock a few day a ago, were invited to tiwe a drink with him. They stepped into his back parlor, where on a side ttfjule were sot out some excellent cake and a pitcher of —rcold water, fresh and pure! " They 'smiled' all round but nobody got boozy. Who ever thought the politics of Pennsylvania would come to that—electioneering with cold water.

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

GAME.—A supply of good Shot Unns, l' owder Lead and Sfeot, for sale by V. CASE. REA DY-MADE CLOTHING.—A large assortment for galo by J , R. BOWEH ^ f\(\ BUSH. CORN for sale hy. U V KnoiYille, June 39,1854. V. CASE. «)-| A BARBELS PORK, ft* bo)o by the buS /CX**: or froud. at M. M. CONVERg ^ DRIED APPLES, PEACHES and BERRI# for sole by [Juno 22.1 V. CA.SE.

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 5 October 1854

Tub CnoLGBA seems lo havp ¦ covered more ground this summer, both in Europe and America, than it ever . did. before;at one time. Hardly any quarter of-Europe is now entirely free from its ravages, ana 1 we learn of jts spread both in Asia and Africa. Thebb are about fifty thousand Mormons in Utah Toirilory. The KnowNotbincs We congratulate this myslenour order upon iheir great and enviable notoriety.— The Washington Union, ihe retailer of all the small thunder of Pierce and Douglas, has devoted on an average for the last month two columns a day of iis valuable space lo ihe poor fellows. Some of the articles have been as interesting ns John Wilson's which are generally (bund on the outside of that valuable paper always commencing us lollows : "In pursuance of liw I, Franklin Pierce, tar., do hereby declaro thai public sales will be held at the land office in Sdngtown. Taking iheir cue from this vnlnable paper, we have vvery iliiy from three or four presses in ihis cily, l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 12 October 1854

,.i: : L0V£| QBWBf AWD8UI01DB f v ¦ .-iOnlast Saturday morning a young" 'lady named^SusarJ- Risiirige^- then on a> visit to her ¦bro ther^ : near' Brickertville, this^'county, attempted (d " commit suicide by ouMtne ~f ner throat-Wthk razor.<. When drseavBtfecTshe waslying; iif)on lha Joor in her room, with a deep gnsri-iD.her throat from, which tbe blood wasipouringMo large qeahlities, her-whole perspp ' n^ii ^ fl^bjj'^n^' . ' comp' lpieiV ^ covered. "A* " niM«6n|er fySs immediaiely desfyalhiie&T p i'pf. Sneaffer, whp arrived ' .soon after' an ' 3' d ' ressejf ttie " wound , with rip hope, h ' qwever, of her recovery. . 'Previous ., to the arrival of the d°?'or» she modo sighs for paper and ink, which being procured, she wrote out, notwithstanding the great exhaustion under which she " labored, a history, .of her .yurongs, and the, motives which prompted her to, commit the act. From this, statement, H . wduld af fpea ' r'ihn.t some throe years ago, she wns...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 12 October 1854

NOTES OF TRAVEL From a Pimphltt ioaed by the Emigrant Aid Com pony. "Votes of A Trip np Kanim BJv-«r, Including Observation* on the Soil, Climate, Scenery, Ac.-BrCio. S. Pus. The difficulty of navigating Ihe Smoky hill with a stern-wheel steamer of such length as the 'Excel, ' prevented Cnpt. Baker from ven. luring so far up as he otherwise would. A shorter side-wheel steamer, of very light draught, adapted to the navigation of these interior rivers, will soon be put on the trade. We left Fort Riley on the return trip, on Wednesday morning, end came down 'kiteing.' Passing rapidly in review the splendid scenery of which we have attempted to make hasty memoranda, we entered the Missouri about daylight next morning. Before concluding these brief notes, it must be remarked—in reference to the productions and climate of Kansas Terriory—that there are, no doubt, superior hemp Inndsin its central and western portions; but Nature unmistakably indicates stock raising as the proper and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 12 October 1854

WTIiTfTTP LEJL SELECT THE BY CLEMENT E. BABB " There," said a friend to me one day, " there goes a heroine." I looked around bin seeing only a little girl, trud ging barefoot along the. road ; with a basket almost as targe as" herself I turned my eyes with a glance of inquiry to the speaker. He answered ii bj pointing to the unromantic object jual described. " I mean her, Millie Lee. You think that she is only a poor shoeless, , slockingless child; but I tell you she ia a heroine, with a nobler heart than ever beat in the bosom of Joan of Arc, or Margaret Anjou. '' My friend was not accuslomed to talk at random; here my curiosiiy was excited, and 1 drew from him as we sat in the shade to rest, ihis history of Millie Lee. Five years ago there came to our village, t laborer named Thomas Lue, He was idle and intemperate, his wife feeble, and heart-broken, their children so pale, so hungry, and so sickly looking, that it made my heart ache lo look at them. They had been born...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 12 October 1854

A KHOW-HOTEONa ALARM ^TliririflMiiife ^ itfOTQeifi^r'foTlo^rao «orv ^V ffl/yBtfW B& of Ken-¦ " a «W.•«ofe5^Vto^pr«I*tf4-nr^ ¦ got.d' mdr.'nid hot&his pppeiranlM juit ,tep. mioutea berqre. Of mwm"yHM' ! & Wm^h«'rffi8teVriri'#f;o> i twb>inutes iflf^u^t^Hufth§Wi 9 -n )ter : «iwi»' ! 8t or^ assheldldMtriek^tnbVning to about thirteen '«f "he ' r.nioirGoMMiat'Mm^ *' ' " ™ • ' WetKiftrfW J ^1Mp J 'biiTmImd.'toirnt; iffl ns near as I cart-guess'(was welt burn On iln^o^jiCa^t niir - inaq ' haftH foNne! Whit tfrmtoffiT&Am&tirtm monft llife ' HefcmBff 1 riSr-'nfirin^ Ba»e^«e«i r ni.t"& W " fyr>7slrjce 1 ^Ke " '' time titty'tatd 'iincli^ftyd about thB'A?btoftoofi war; Twan'i no Use lo speakTfj; tte'eniiflrtnjTor tfiipy ' woot^n'lnnw,' and. so after I,had Wtfed lilt I coiiidnT waft no longer, ,! boUncjed put of bed, anil down stairs t'weni. 'I went : ' r ' ignl into 'the biltfery and ' fajsed the WiibdQW^oWards Mr, Blan...

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