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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

rW&inHseo -iW?tttfaStarfcA***! Pwt^^^tfoHioS^Md'ftldaiwJ -our j|A a ^B^oB^by!ln< It Wat^Hi^tf U^Katftt riieUW ' <#«* Sir«a# <Mr\o0minite '' " We traveled' rttte dtfifc aflffcifitfW'tf harder [dUd-tetter ^|/S v «&1' ft^]K i wi«icHf«np*ircdihe.heft!bf r/re(SVfnSS^eJsSaiid . 'MeBplfcuetl W'r ! jour* ifc\e 'Onoirgli r iftfa^terile bonntry until mid. n^ fhetf we fi atyd ar}£rtfrcshed our . arij. roar««iri(hr*aV?ffrontftir ; fe*er»oir*/' ;:J ' AlTieVq'rfeat ' of three hbu ' rs 'we ; resumed tor jouriiiy, and by>lO: o'clock Ai W. ' we had croiacd'thU dre ' aSed desert, without any ocidide ' oT. lo out wdgoos Ot animals; Wfe «9(A|>I8 on ' ti : farrow nrtream of deliriously cobi water, . about twelve to- eig hteen inches wide, wfiich distributes itself above half- a miWlower down io a meadow • cove'red with foiturMr grasses. -Tfifacamp-ground iataU r^l'bytboSpaWatrdf "Los Vegas." Once more we had p lenty of grass Tor our fatigued anima...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

Right Triumphant There » a Iotb of victory for victory's take, and thero i« another love of victory for the Bake of the dominion it can(era and the opportunity for personal ' aggrandizement it affords. The first ia felt by men whoie leading trait is Obstinacy ! the latter by, those who are slaves of a venal ambition. ' • ¦ There i« another love of victory which depends upon ln * e triumph of Principle—aod this warms the hearts of truo men only. The glorious remit of the late election has awakened this joy ii) the bosoms of thousands—it wta a triumph of Principle.' The freemen of Pcnruylvanla have achieved few such ricturies ia tho put, but the way is -open, for a brilliant series, in the future. The eyes of the whole country are upon Pennsylvania, attracted by (he brilliance of her late achievement. Her action on the great question of the day is in a good degree final. Had aho proved subservient to Douglia and the Administration, the partial defeat of a great principle conld n...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

God*t.—The November Np., of this early.rising magazine is already bu our table, just as fresh, bale apd companionable u ever. The engraving on steel, in, the matter of the arrangement and blend, ing of lig ht and shadow, is excellent. For the first time, we discover two really pretty faces in the fash, ion plate.; TbereTare 10 other full page engravings, arid an abundance of valuable arid iateresting read* ; ing matter. 83 per year single copy. Tne TviBLSs Toasxn.—A Brief ReVieV of Rev.O. ' Iff; Biltfer, D. D, by S. B. ' flrittari,i-New York, Partridge. &. Briltan, 300, Broadway. Mail. edi. tion25ota. . . This Review was writton at the request of several Washington gentlemen in reply to a Discourse entitled "Modern Necromancy,'.' delivered in that city by the Key.C. M ^ Duller, D. 0. Mr. BrilUn is widely known as one of ,tbo most giAed scienlifie wnters,in America, and at present, as the editor of the spiritual Telegraph, ibo )ea3ing organ of the SpirituoliBlic. fkilb. H...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

Custom vs. Health , ' We'ljave beenTWnder^rig | Mr*. Eve wore thin shoes ' , and afftcted a fashionable coOgh, or whether •he went birefootcd. It is-affirmed that Woman inherited all of mother Eve'a failings, and thai we srelettto conclude that "thin shoes" waa'one «^ them. It's a gTeat wonder tliat patching fig-loavea ever became a lost art. ' < We propose that a debattng-clab be organized immediatelyj to discuss the qoesttou—" Which has canted the greater destruction of life, thin shoes, or the. sword 7" There-will bs no lack of spoolers on the "shoe" aide of tha quMtion. i Seriously, thin shoes are the prolific source of the greater part of the cases of polos, influenzas, consumptions, levers, and a host of other ills that wo man is not rightfully heir lo. Yet, thin ' shoes are all tlio rage, because they are fashiouaole. It is one of her ti g hts, (»cquited, however,) to (bUbw the (ashioo, though it should lead her. down , to an early grave. We cannot advocate tha...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

Di9oraCbfdi. Treatment.—An editor out We«t indulges in a Tew brief fliogs at the whole female sex. He thinks that girls were sent into the world solely to torment mankind and the world . in genoral, and expresses the opinion, that ihcy carry out their purpose to trie Utter. Since he emigrated to the west, ho.h^s been engaged to be married three times. One of his loves died—he took sick, and- iheji&ir all came out of his head, when the second /wouldn't have him, and the third ran away, witft a scavenger named Wiggins. He doesn't, object so much to ihe loss of .his intended as ao the preference.she has shown. He admits, freely, that his personal appear, ance ia not ao good aa it mig ht be, having, white young, had the small pox, andi afterwards, ona eye kaoclfsd out by the ' pnjma. tare discharge of a cttnoon, yet he thicks the preferring of a. street scavenger to an , Aditor 1 , no nj t«erhpw.ugiy, is altogether intolerabl y. He has our wafmest;ayrnpathies.

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

Svrcio* sr a' Bo y .—-We understand that a motl^remarkable suicide occurred near the Sweoi Springs ' in Sepiemberltit, A lad be. came displeased with his fathep for denyiog him wiiio request, and declareditfatfctf «rotjtd put no .end to his own aifsience;11 TfibtevwHo heard Ihe threat paid btrt imio'aitenUaittoirf, supposing that it wa»Tnbrely an idlo outburst of t«nf*r/ \ 'eat'the boy wa» rerofute mhi» purpbk* ji :«jd jffer^prbcuring; »~hoe aod •pad* »nd dinging himself a grave,'hl»got t r^^j •(f4oW«f;lt ;ttt * tree, anffactually hung h^r^ljWwffdwd^rgachfinioi iaiKi P''**W)WW«|oi»tt.i>lf.ilwtrirtlior) In *>rojre W hu§«H t*to$ oono to our koowWrn,

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

Terrific Ttonnder-fooH. A correspondent at Peoria, Illinois, sends the following account of a terrific thunderbolt which fell upon a houso in that city, about midnig ht on the 24th September : Those of. our citizens who had retired were startled from their slumbers by one of the most deafening peals of thunder that, we candidly believe, ever reverberated through the firmanent. It was not a particularly sharp, but was rather a collected roaring, as if a million pieces of artillery had boen discharged at once ; ond the sound seemed in no direction or locality, but to fill all space—in fact, it seemed as if the entire universe united in the terrific utterance. The lightning which preceded the explosion (strictly speaking, although it appeared lo be at the same instant) was as intensely vivid as it 1s possible to conceive. It must have been one ol the most voluminous bolls of electricity that ever descended, for its effects were amazing, and almost unprecedented. It seemed to burst ...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

J «i ^^mm^i^9mM\h». mm %• * slivj?,i9fwn * SJwepjJwTf *H t rncwr lahenctod ibe pttblic geiBex»)l yf that 1 s ketJMbbn \\k d cotuttBl SOLE, UPPEHj liii HAkNESS-LE ATHER, whieh ^ he willj»ell to ^ bplli ^ oldjmd nerr ciistbrncri on as««ona6le;tern 1»ii» ' ewr; j '> >' <4':?A? E7*The highest Cooh prices ' paid fbr HIDES and SHEEP"l!Efi I l». i*-i^:' <> -A W i -i. WelUbnrongh . Oct 5,1854-^2. L. Tf ^y. ,3. F, CALKINS, pdunty.^uperin. L%> teridentof * C^ii'niwiMUop|i, will deliver a lecture at the request V lh!e . fridnffi of Edncatioo, on Tuesday evening, iTt^injft, at ti&.Court'Ilouse ia Wellsboroagh. SuDJecVThS Common Bcbool Byitem, and Education cenenllr. •' s T i V-' -•' ;¦• _'' ;-'r',: f ;, j si SGBGQUDIHECTOR8 ^ '5 ____ October-5. .1854. ^ W.4-if\WtO$hrmigh. ¦ ^ . . ' ¦ siam '. »*#« ;¦ - -, - W THE U, s;rsEN; ATE. ^ AH thpw . wh} *,.wiA to, know the doingipf ihe U<S. Senile tot Uiirly jt&xt, nil) ' do welj io_"...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

just ti tf|fcwS5aWiWi*w5ogr ii r; . T ZffzSii eaajiijEto s.ofce-.-1 w less mm^mMf^Pm new , -»«aHiaww-refised . c 4m&m W'^-^& ™* lttjfrov&<ja»*'is>: hfy&miftEmi tiefitMl JbKti«L and Hind Book for Ihe Afflictea vt Cont(unin 8 anouttrdflOfite . origin, pro^rtSCtteaidjint ud cure of *v«rf fcrm of disuse c6^t7saetf ( by promiscuous sertdflntereom»« V ! .# ltii*mM b>.sexuil . eices>, '*Itl»lid. vicefb^etftirerinltfcn, wriUen in a fimiliif rtWe, avoiding sJl^WlBij^nlcaliUes ind «ttrytaii^ that would bn^i^m^r of^ecebcy f with tui but-; lina nf-nrirnAWnft'ttftMBifit ta fem ' afs%?ftiih:itllB' re., snh6flvrebWyesJrs''iracce8sfui^ cliee,<^(ttivery deiotedJ^tW cur^' bfdiseases of a dellbato or privale nature, ,.-..-!: . ;•/ <. = ¦ , _ ,w. ( j.V.'. .; * i To which is aided receipts' for the core of tfie abovcj diseksesi' aiid « ! tlreatise on the caUsesijrrm ft. tome s.nd cure of the FBVJBB-fm^ASVS, '-¦¦'¦ "¦ ¦ . Terti...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

are ever goihgJto get rid of African SlarerTJ Wm it^l^^ beTdtiirtbi^ad 'iitllf iDtSlf^Si y'lttt^'m^SM or Polynesia, ,«>pneFJo«n the African* rLet uiniaielippqriffimdii A^eforft' to'p>if O p with an4 ffiait^w^IiJlJiitotrbn. fosTt^m)! t-i«iti;"-.. ^ tiini-S'-tr: ' . ;d.n.v.'»» 'jj_«jy_ ''o.... ,te^.'tQ;dOi*»t&^^W.gFu«s |ojji& . distant future; but glory-jii and pro6t to the ' utmost by what Ho teidrtw for him initran«plant. ing bird'- bdrej-iarid : feetting bim 'iW-work off bar pJantartow. -4rV 'lj«>.tha-'i»Iificiaif8 . and planters of the South , while^iigtfttrigftpue " Baptists an| ' Meih^dists," (and other de. Qomiqationa Havte g ' a lew" ' nurriMr of votes,) in cHristianizing the ' negroj iceep : their slaves at hard, work f under strict discipline; - out .of idleness dad mi»ehieff.while thfeylive; and, when they, come to die, instead of' sending thehvoff t6 Africa, or manumitting ihem to a life of " freedorh"-licentiousness abd nui. sanc...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

An Eccentric Will. Mr. Railing of New Hampshire, was among the victims of the last railroad accident between Brighton and London. Hia heirs, after having paid him the customary funeral honors, did what all heirs do in similar cases, opened the will of the deceased, lo ascertain what share each was to " have in his posthumous liberalities. As he had never given a penny to ' either of his relatives, during his lifelime, they expected to bethe richer, now (hat he was no more. One may imagine the surprise caused by the first line of the will: " This is my testament. I give and bequeath all my ' goods, present or future, movable, in England or on the Comment, to that railroad company on whose road I have had the happiness lo meet with death, that blessed deliverance from myterrestrial prison." Further on, the testator gives his reasons for his bequest. The idea had taken firm possession of his mind that he was destined to die a violent death, and the most desirable one in his view wa...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

TO TD.E PUBLIC. T DEEM il proper lo say lhat the cauWttf J- of my being oul of Plaster, for the last few4»ysn was owiflj to circumstances beyond, piy conlrajd The Canal between CayugSi BVidgc and the Junctio Lock, was not in readiness at Ihe time lo advertise irr cnnscquenco of building a now Lock. But k' FRESH SUPPLY has just been received,-and will be ground lo supply alf that may call. Come one/ enmo all. AMOS BlXBY. , Mansfield, May 23,1854. ' ¦ ¦ ¦ - ' Fire & Water. -, /^l E, GRAY, is now prepared to furnish v - /» at short notice, common SUCTION'*. FORCE PUMPS, for Wells and Cisierns, and olio - has constantly on hand, LEAD PIPE for convey ing water from 8pring*. $ • ¦ .' WolUborougli, Ang/3,1854-lf. . .. Haying' Vtciisilt). : GENTLEMEN, please call at J. R'. BiVw- . en's cheap store and look at hfsiaV ge' tinoWment of Haying Tools of all kinds, which he #ilf^ sell cheaper than can be bought elscv/herei - - • Wrll»borough, June 29,1854. Clothing* Clothing! riENTL...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

w. w, wirfi : ii» »¦» rv ^ ci" « n in; i» " i8 r Sailvariet^hlcliwill , a. WrtetolbWbe 'ibWtil., ¦£^im^*BAnYJ>AY**mi Jeliri S'trite'flw' o^s^v^ in the market Among tHe ' asfertmetltW' ' " ' ¦^.^b Bfrt^O^ik &i}"^ J wlllDefcuh^* great variety ol Udles'DritsGood «oWl«tiif^ i«ii{«r{ of . ;;..J; *\; '¦ <;r.i/ ''.4' >..! : Btrigtt,B^rtge Dtlanc$faU'V!oolDelanii, 'JiUvnt^phin and printed; Gingham,, ¦¦ ' .Englith, Scotch iiiid American j ¦¦ ' ii.. . , Poplins] Print ) of vllikades i>v r . 4i. jt:. Liquid ettor'ata goo Witbekof- - • ¦ • -,i r "-v ^rft- <ft.-. - .vjs; rii'it-s-. " - ¦ • ¦ i ' •• ¦ ; • -"' .-. Ateo/fqrmbn's wear miy be .found Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Twced>, Kentucky Jeans, silk, satin ani unmrnor Vestings., . . "'Also, Sheeting?, Shirtings, bleached and brown, Tickings/Summer Goods tot boys' wiar, Cotlon Yarn,Cttrprt Warp,Cotton.Batten, with a variety of olbor rticleB too nnmeTQU» to Diention... . . - Groceries and; P...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS. At Bowen's Empire Store. CALL and sec ihe best and largest stock of Goods ever offered lo the public. Consoling of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD-WARE, WOODEN-WARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, and a large stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING! I flatter myself that I can dresa a man '° particular fit* in all cases who desire the ready-made. The Ladies aro inviled to call and examine the richest and beat assortment of DRESS GOODS ever before offered in market—which I am prepttredto sell at prices thnl cannot fail to stilt. * Wellsborough Sept. 12,1854. ' J\B\V AKRIVAL! SPRING GOODS. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. TONES & ROE, Wullsborough, Pa., are •^ now receiving direel from New.York and Boston Markets, a large and well selected stock of DAY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, READYMADE CLOTHING, . . " HATS & CAPS, BOOTS &. SHOES, itc., &c. Cash buyers will find it greatly to their interest to call 'and examine this extensive stock before pnrc...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

lfhportant, WHEREAS, on ihe night of ihe 24th of March lant, James I. Jackson , and others, b y the use of folso keyB or otlierwise, forced their way into the dwelling house of the subscriber, while tlw family were absent and removed his goods out of tbo'noute in order lo get possession—and farther, ihe said James I. Jackson took possession of the Books belonging to the subscriber, and refuses U> deliver them over to him, for all of which, Hie said James 1. Jackson and . others have given bail for their appearance lo the next court of Quarter Sewions. This is therefore to forbid ill persons paying any accounts to James I. Jackson made at (lie woof, en Factory and Saw Mill from that time until the Js* day of March, A. D. 1852, as ¦ lease of Ibe Woolen Factory and Saw Mill from that time until the 1st day'of March, A. D. 1855, binding me to collect all debts for work done. ' , LEWIS C. PENDLETON. Palmar, July 27.1854-tf. NEW GOODS. rpim subscriber would respectfully inform ...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

" Miss, can I have the exqiiisilo pleasure of rolling the wheel'of conversation around the axletree of your understanding a few minutes this evening?" The lady fainted. 500 CORD WOOD Wanted at thia office, immediately, on subscription. We would say to our subscribers, that if they do not wish to catch 'special Jilt (torn our " devil," they had better hurry up their cakes. WeiUhoro ' & Tioga Plank Road Company. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Stockholder* of the Company will be hold on Monday the 6lh of November next, at 1 o'clock P. M., at the Court House in Wellsboro', when an election will be held for President, two Directors and Treasurer of aaid Company. ,GEO. M'LEOD, Ocl. 19, 1854-2w. See'v. Dissolution. NOTICE is herebv g iven, lhat thoco-partnership heretofore existing under the name of HASTINGS &. McNITT, i8 this day dissolved. n. S. HASTINGS, WM. McNITT. IT All persons indebted to the above firm will p lease make immediate settlement with Wm. Mc-Nitt. Dclmar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

boa^ li& i iihl^f H» 6%n Isprbfbrto'ne gavfe up in every rwpsct for our relief. The Re* fitiddesi'to t|a> Frtafflhe FreneanWn who rc ^^^^^ ! ft%^t.; Pierte bound from and Wbngtrig tt Greenville, France. As near a« ire-couldulearc, the Vesta wa$ stetoifa* ,E. ^ B..: «j^, war flrptotor ou * coursetwo points, with all toiir «8t—wind W. by 8. , , . . He^lanchpr atbcl^, ' about seven " by fiflir inches, square, was driven through ihe' bows of Che Arctic, about lfr inches above the water line; ' and' an immense ' hpfe had been made a,t the same instant by the fluke of the anchor about two feel below the water line, raking fore- and aft the. p lank, and finally breaking trie dbains, leaving the . Block . remaining In and through the side of the Arlic, or it is not unlikely that as bo much of her bows would had been crushed in, that some of the heavy longitudional pieces of iron running through the ship may have been Jriven through oar side, causing the loss of our ship, ...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

COIfVEKB ' Emporium of Fashion, JTJfD CHEAP L CL,OTHirVCJ, &c. MM. CONVERS hns just received from • New York, the largest and most iarefully selected assortment of CLOTHS, VESTING, CASSIMERS, SATINETTS, TRIMMINGS, dtc, ever brought into this country, which lie will sell for ready fay cheaper than any other ttlablithmcnt His stock comprises a general assortment o every variety of Clothing, from a low price up. SUMMER CO A 2ff— for Meu and Boys—a large assortment. DRESS, FROCK AND SACK COATS^otevery description, size and color. PANTS—every style and quality. ^"" VESTS—of every style, color and description. SHIRTS , Undcr-Shirt", Drawers, Collars, Over-Alls Over-Shirts, Suspenders, Gloves, Umbrellas, Neck and Pocket Handkcrchiofs, together with lots of SELF-ADJUSTING STOCKS, &c.', c«. DATS AMD CAPS of every description—the largest assortment in town. Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters, for Men, Boys, and Women, a large variety. Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, SfC, <^e...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 19 October 1854

CABINET Iff AGINfit. BT. VANHORN would inform the citi-• tens of Wellsborough and vicinity, that he hns purchased the-interest of his partner, John S. Bliss, in the above business, and will continue at the old stand,two doors east of Jones' Store, to keep on |band and make to order all kinds of Cabinet Furniture—such as . Sofas, Dirans, Ottomans, Card, Centre, Dining 6f Breakfast Tables, DresB Stands, Dress and Common Bureaus, MAHOGONY & COMMON WASH STANDS, Cottage, French and Common- Bedsteads, of every description, together with all articles usually made in his line of business. . From his knowledge of Ihe business he flatters himself with thai belief that those wishing to purchase, would do well to call and examine his work before sending elsewhere for an inferior nrticle. COFFINS, of every variety, made to order, at short notice, and reasonable charges. TURNING done ia a nedt manner, at short notice. ¥"|| Chairs! Chairs! H **j^^ In addition to the above, tho sobscri....

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