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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

THE jItfM * * All Bu»ifle8»,aiftfother Commattk«U(mS mast h« ^dressed toJhe ESitor js&anre atftntiofc. WELLSBOaflpflH, PA.-- ¦¦¦ _ - ::: T ECTUJBESesTiw WeO,bo,mgh.,fMt .rae» XJ Institute bit engaged tbe , service* of the frilli ng JJeolurerljl * ' - " '¦ ¦ > ' •' •>.' ! Rev. Joan Pkmost, February 8th and 9Ui. - CiMUJs M. ' C&iT, « l " 6th and 17th . . r , r Rt-Rer Amiwo Pottik., ' > ¦ . : ''•-** ^ O"The TJnivnalUt Conference meete^t. Mansfield op Wedoesday^and Tliured»y, ,14th »n415lh iniU. Severa^diitingui ahed spyiki^tze ptjfcted to " l» present and' address the OMombUge. Alive invited to attend. (CT In our New-Year statistics we pat down us Wekh house of worship as Unitarian. We an w ' formed that it « CpngwgaUoaaJbti and cheerfully make tbe correction.-,-;. : ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ; '-' " , ; In. the lirt «f Aitorneys, It Parkhurat, Esq., was put down as a resident of Knoxrilte' ftu 'address is Lawrencerille. " . . ' B3"Th« MMrily of tho w«atber .fo...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

O* "Friend Cobb's zeal for an alliance between the know-nothings and the abolitionists, in the formation of a new party in the North, has led him in. to a dilemma from which it will be difficult to escape both horns. • • The Agitator makes tho 1 averment, and then rolors.to facts in the same connection which proves a different doctrine."—HWne 6o. Herald. . ' " RcaAKn. W« apprehend that friend Bkai^dsue has made an egregious bhindor;.in4'as a friend, wo will hel p him out immodiatcly. Wo averred that ths "Shephtrd of the Vallsy," a Calholid sheet, proclaimed the Common Bchwl System "wicked and devilish." We did this, in order to show in Comparison that the Slaveocracy had adopted and carried but in practice the very same idea in dealing with the blacks; and therefore, that the American party could not consistently either support, or ignore Slavery; since it held to the Catholic dogma—"The masses should not bo educa. ted." Tho "duts referred to which proves a different doctrine," ...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Public Lectures. Our exchanges teem-with rlotioes of public lectures on various scientific subjects, as w.eil aa on the different moral questions which ejtigage the minds of the people especially at the present lime. This we regard as one of the most encouraging signs of the day. Th6 public lecturer hus come to occupy a position inferior to that of the newspaper editor in but little else than that he is brought into contact with lhe[ massos less'frequently, and is therefore, - confined to a more limited range of themesi The editor, too, communing daily br ' weokly with his headers, can prolong the discussion of any given subject from lime to time without wearying his readers with too long a disquisition »t once, and is ihus enabled to present it in all its various phases. An entire mastery of the subject is a very desirable equality in the public lecturer, as in all others who endeavor to enlighten the people in science or morals, but is by no means indispensable. Immense good i...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

A Double Execution In Kentucky. The Cincinnati Commercial has a long Account of the execution of Stephen Short and William Manning, for murder, at Greenupsburg, Ky., last Friday. They were both, hccording to the Commercial, worthless drunken fellows, and each had- a large family.— The same paper gives the following speeches and incidents at the gallows : Short rose and said:—" I want all of you to tako warning by mo. See what whiskey and bad won&n has brought me to. I have been to a good many hanging scrapes myself, and thought it was great fun, but I never thought I'd be hung myself. This is ibe work of Capt. Whiskey. I am willing to die for the life of'theman that I tnnk. Tnlk of pkiasure—I have tried all kinds of it—about shanties drunk and everywhere else—but I have had more real p leasure up in lha I old jail, than ever before in all mj| life; and chains on my legs, big heavy chaitis at that. I just took off this old coal, and whipped Satan clean out, fair. 1've^Vna...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

that ni.»ht nfterlwenllo bed, for Jerusha and ibe dandy^cHapttad the hull . roanj,»w to themselves with '' n housing " opght Brpj to •park. I ' coTiWo 'tStoiiiltha ^ Jfnip^tion to want to hearWBAl . be> fad to .ptf rpr . thera. «tlves. WhisperI whisper t whisper! You 1 may tefugh ' at it, biit it's the naked truth I am going to tell you. I have'laughed myself at 7 the same thing.; : When ,I heard •omelhing '^bp like a kjsi>; tW' gjriger I could ¦ tand my heart-thurnps rirjlonger.: Curiojniy •nd jealousy got 'lh^tI U|S{>e 1 r hand on me; I wanted to see for myself, so I slid out. pf Ibed sitting flal like a tailor on the ' floor, determined to hitch op just as I sot, inch, at the time, to th>; openmg ' overtbo hearth wheje the beams anil gun hboKs were. ,. ' .. A cat couldn 't been no stiller arter a mousey but my heart thumped louder at every hitch, just as it will when a man goes to do what ain't right. Well.jusj 'as I had gained the right pint t...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Ronaway Slaves—Thb Undebgbound-Railroad. — The travel ' over the underground railroad for the poet few days has been, wo are ioformed, unusuall y active, and no fewer than seven lots of runaway slaves have arrived at this terminus within a week. The first of those lots was composed of three men ; the next of three men ; the third,, of two men; the fifth, of one man. All these were from Kentuck y. The sixth lot was composed of t » wo middle-aged, stout mon, who had come on foot from Louisiana to this place, sleeping by day, and walking toward the North star at ni ght. They arrived here on Wednesday, and after recruiting, are to be sent over the underground railroad to Canada. The last lot was composed of a mother and three . children, who came up on the mail boat from Louisville, and were \o be taken to Paris, Kentucky. ' She managed to get to 8omrrAbolitionLst8, and was immediately sent north. The total loss, to the master, from the escape of these fifteen slaves, must exceed fi...

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Saxe. John G. Saxe is a Yankee of the Yankees. He read parts of his poem on the " Money King" at the Tabernacle the other evening, the'hearing of which, as read by him, gave ui a new sensation. We wish all the elocutionists in the land had been there, to hear how deliciousl y a man may read if he only sets at naught all their rules. Snxe is a giant ill physical proportion * very tall, large framed, and good-looking. He is not one of your wiry Yankees, all spring and steam, and no safety-valve. Ho is rather a Inzy man, we should judge, as he says he is.— He rolls about somewhat, and seems to have one teg too many. He lisps a liitle; but there are some exceedingly fine Bonorous tones in his voice. There is something of sing-song in his reading, and his voice .appears to be under no management, but rolls, swells, and subsides according to its own fancy, or, rather, as though it could not help it. The manner, however, suits, the matter perfectly. The dry humor of the poem has Its fu...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Tub Statb of Oregon.—The bill which passed the ' House of Representatives on Monday last, provides that the people of the Territory, of Oregon be authorized to form a Constitution and State Government, and be admitted into the Union on an equal footing with ths ori ginal States in all respects whatever, by the name of the Slate-of Oregon, The usual Courts are to, be established, and until another census and apportionment, the new State is to be entitled to ono Representative in tlw» Congrest of the .United State* " .

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

New Jersey.—The prohibitory liquor bill was reported to the House on Tuesday. - It is similar in its provisions to that of the Eastern States, and is to go into effect on the 18fh of December 1855. It is to be submit ted lo tho people at the next annual election, but as it contains no provision for its reject lion, it will still be a law although tha people may g ive it an adverse vote, . ' ¦ '• Sevastopol-ia like a dose of saHs^-haid to tako.

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Sam you ra a drunkard; you're allots drunk, and your habits is loose, nigga, your habits is loose." ... ,,. " Well, axe m« dis, den, how de mischief am my habits lobso when I ia " tig ht" oil do timel"

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

STATEWEWT Of the- Receipts and Expenditures at the t ; Treatuty oK Tioga Cmmty for tie., year 1854.- - ^ .. ' -. ¦) - . ~ BECEIPI8. '" . ? Raesivelfrom CoUoeloIri of aoited Ux,. 18920 (fi " Do. do. T»xe«oann»e»,tedl«nd,. «JS3 21 Do. - <k>. Treuater'snle of nnr > sealed lindT,..:.:..;; 440 29 Do. On Judgment*, Bon,da,_&c,... . 909 64 Do. OfGeo. Knox, l»t»Treaiuror,. 1553 73 - ei3JJ7ts as EXPSNDlTtBES. Amount paid to Ansol Purple. Uto Commu'r, 9146 28 ¦ : Benj. Vandaecn, " 150 . 60 Austin iUtbrop " . 175 54 0. B. Woll», " 35 40 «507 82 Amoont paid to Charles Ryon, Auditor, 927 96 . . A. Pitta, " 23 68 JohnC.Robb, » 25 80 ——— $77 44 Amount paid to John W. Ilyon, CommU're Counsel,.... 137'50 A. J. Sofield, CommiB'rs Clerly 400; 00 Sam'l Ryon and others, Trayereo , Jaron, 2276 26 Cfau. Biaocfaard & otfaen. Grand Jurora, 568 37) U. Cbristenat and othen, CoutUbtef,.... 819 81 a A. Mack, Crier, 8S 00 S. B. Brooks, ot al, Juitiew, A #19 97J Hiram ...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

WELIiSBOKO' ACAUEBJY. THE SPRING TERM of ihe Wellsborough Academy will commence February 20, and continue 17 week*. Tuition at tho samo, rates per quarter as heretofore Dojird, 81.50 por week, room, SU.25. Students can be dircoted to boarding places by calling upon the Principal. The Teachcr'» Class, for a part of the term, will bo under the direction of tho County Superintendent. Wo understand that some of the members of tho class lait Fall have proved to be among the very best Teachers in the county. Botany and Geology will be taught in addition to tho usual classes. There will also be a class of beginners io Latin for tba benefit of those who intend lo study French. By order of the Trustees. N. L. REYNOLDS, Principal. Wellsborough, Jan. 25, 1855. FANNING MILLS. * ATTENTION, FARMERS! THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully inform tho Farmers of Tioga County, that they aro now Manufacturing FINCH'S IMPROVED, PREMIUM FANNING MILLS, three miles south of Wellaborough, on the Jersey Shore roa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

STARTLING, BUT TfiUE WHAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW lluw often it happens, that the wifo lingers from year to year in Hint pitiable condition'us not cvon fur uno d"flM> feel tbo happy and exhilarating influence incident to the cujoyuieuc of health • TttE BLOOMIXG BRIDE, But a fow years Ago in the flash of health and youth, ond buoyancy of ppirita, rapidly, and apparently inexplicably, becomes a fucble ^ ucklj, galfoir, debilitated trite, with frame emaciated, neh-es unatrung, spirits deprc&ed, countenance bearing the-impress of tfdjTering, und an utter physical and moctal proa* trntion, arising from tguuninco of tho simplest aud ptftiuetc mlc*of henlth as connected with tho marringQ slatetho vjulutioa of which entails tlbeaso, ¦ruffcriDR and njfsery. not only to the iriib. but often HEREDITARY COMPLAINTS OFON TIE CHILDREN (t Vft'tO THE TlirRP AND Vt,I"Kni aE^KBA^ln^," Tin......i(M, K co.vsusrr-noiv. sckopch, HvriX'llONDlUA, INSANITY, UOl'T, - KJ.VCiS EVII. and o...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

NEW & CHEAP GOODS JONES & ROE Have just received their Full slock of . FAIL & WINTER 600SI , which includes a splendid assortment of DR Y-GOdDS ,. /CONSISTING in part of a splendidai-^ sortment of Rich French Morinocs qf all colors at very low prices; also, Paramatas of all colun, All-Wool and Cheap Delaines, Black Silks » ' t irtuoh lower thtn former prices, Mcrrimac »nd Cocheeo Prints, Long and Square Woolen Shawls at my low price?, Brown Factory, Bleach Mu»lin», K«4 and While Flannel, Cotton Flannel, Strip* Shirting, Blue DeneinB, Bed Ticking, Broad Cloths, Caiimcrcs, Satinetls, Kentucky Jeans, Sheep's Grey Cloth, CuUoq Balling, Carpet Warp, Cotton Ykrn, and also many other articles in tfae above line thai we have; not tune nor room to enumerate in a giugla advertisement. GROCERIES AjO PROVISIONS. Muscovado, Coffee Crashed, Powdercd.and Crub> ed'Sugars, Stewart's Syraps And MoWsets . OM Jan; Rio and Cagaara Coffee, Young flywn and BlaolC T...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

h sovereign is dead' Tho illustrious Kameiameha 111, of the Sandwich Islands, is ii nwrf. This piece of royalty was agnd aboui 4' He was chiefl y distinguished for pj-. - .n': drunk, whether on those French brancics mtniduced at the cannon' s mouth by the ; rcnci., or on less refined liquors, made little Suitrenci. 11° wa8 °f medium size and dull •iWMOgnomj. Ilis predecessors King Kameisimejia II, and his Queen, both died in Loncuf. while on a visit. Under his reign the Mndwich Islands were near being annexed io me United States; but Liholiho, his son, wtio traveled in this country and in Europe |. u' vears since, is said lo bo unfavorable to n. ineasure.—N. Y. Tribune. A western EniTOR in speaking ol a conce'i sinser, savs her voice is delicious—pure a- ;:: moonlighl, and as tendor as a three SJ..1.11; shir 1 .. IHARR1ED lr ini5 placo by Rev. J. F. Calkins, on tho 7lh :n. M. II D. TREAPWELLof Elmira, N. Y. ini -Mi- RHODA PRATT of Wellsborough. 1: ( DnrlciJton. on the 30lh ult.,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

* WElJiafiOttOtrGff * E\€H ANUE ^^^E^B^ ftiJpW FIRM ANB : M^Gb-0#S. DHY GOODS%\kfoomm BAH.EY fc F0LEI. 1 BOOK^ AHB JEWBLRT •¦ - • - ¦ : ¦ • ¦ '- ¦ bbpXr'tmbnt - ¦ ; ' ¦ '" . "" ; ' ¦ ' "' ' „ ¦ " —— . - . -. . .' ., jrfi ¦ '-.-n&KnnniBKT -¦ * • ¦ • • ¦ •• - ' • ¦ ' > r ^ CT ^^f^SsKsT. ¦' - Havfng formed a cp-pariner- - W?*t <*•*&*«««¦« V , R. & BAlLEYy ¦ ; ship.Unde» theabov^tiileftora .,. MlE.FOjLJ&y. ' nov ™a7TT ' 1« Nov.l«64i and filled-ibe . - .< •; .-< ¦ ¦ ¦ . >. D&T n£S2££' n* ' =orhrho3ious Store UoTwetly QQQZ? AN# . " iJ GRO £?!3F9' """PW by Bache & Ross . V' ., STATIONERY, , ¦ lir*/* ^? ' Ri£S' wkl * a &"* 1 W»«Ay. Pf rid ¦ ¦ WATCHES , ^ /r?rSTb# S**OES., art d ^ble goods, we wiU CLOCKS ,AJW ¦ JtrZiZo^tT*'^ e Pteasuro. in exhibiting . ,/E}YEL9T\..-QDi^^?£ ' 1 0" stopk. to tlJose who pur- FJU^CY:GOODS * ™™%22 EN A ™<* .»** ibr cash. By ofTering YANKEE . , 8TO 2ES££& . ...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

T lio InIern&I Machine Case. Now ibat:the lri^ o£ AcrfsoD m opBoluded, and a " Verdict rendered whereby the lifcof roan must be taken, in order lo carry out the laws ihat govern m all,itmay.not be improper 10 say that this verdict meets with ihe mleD i concurrence of the great mass of communi ty, who have.patiently abided the proer( . ss of the case, awaiting, with intereBt and feolmg, its result. The trial of Arrison, durm« iw progress, is remarkable in history, the attention of from the fact that it attracted hundreds, who listened quietly and attentive. lv io ihe chain of substantial and (startling testimony, that directly pointed to Ihe prisoner as the person who caused the death of Isaac \|li3on and his wife. It is remarkable, because ihe attorneys for ihe prosecution exhibiteJ a great degree of liberality fairness lo lhc prisoner. The defense candid,, honorable, nnii honest, in their efforts to save the unfortunate man, and the Judge impartial, unbiassed, and unpre...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

To the Women of Tioga County. (~1 MEETING:, The undersigned, citizerii *-* of Wcllsboroj.Tjaga county, Pa ^ having become the proprietors, of one of tUe grealost Labor-Saving Machines of the Age, would respectfully inform the " Lady public'' that they tie prcpaied to show the falsity of the.old song— , r> ••Scold, scold, ftet, fret . Scold, scold away There is nas luck about too hoon . Upon a washing day." For their new Machine, combining cheapnet* and sconomy of room with easa and effectiveness of op» ¦ration, renders, the washing for a large family only a pleasant recreation. This Machine is diffotent from any ever before offered to tho public, requiring little labor to work it, and doing a largo washing in one-third of the time that it 'can be dons in the eld way, And tqually at mil. The work is performed by tho friation of wooden balls floating in the wator in which tho clolhes are worked by a lever. This, machine does its work without injury lo clothes, aud so perfec...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855

Important, Very. A LL PERSONS knowing themselves in-¦**- debtcd, for subscriptions lo the " Wellsborough Advertiser," or otherwise, cither by Noto or Book Account, are requested to make immediate payment, or thcic accounts will be placed in the hands of proper officers for collection! Conio one, come all! and give us u lift in this our lime of need. Jan. 20.1855. W. D. BAILEV. IDissofntioii Notice. THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers in the publishing business under tho name of BAILEY & COBB, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The books of the concern are in the bands of M. H. COBB for settlement. W. D. BAILEY, Jan. 20, 1855. M. H. COBB. The undersigned have associated themselves in the publishing huniness under the nama of COBB, STUKROCK & Co., and will continue the business of this establishment under this title, until further noiicc. M. H. COBB, Jan. 20.1855. DAVID STtJRROCK.

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