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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

: SPAifi8H'i'KavBRB-*-"Man fs top'} worftan is firo; the devil Qpmes and blows, ' '*' "

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

The D0«flat« U«*fIttf at CBIcaf*. ExcUtmtnt avmg the Pk^U. { We find in theiphicfjgq Tribune of ibe 2d inst., a Jprig^^ii^^ f. ' iSe ' roeeiing called at the ' North;Market Hall, jn lhatcity, on iho evening of the 1st, to hear Senator .Douglas' s vindication of in ' ?. Nebraska Bill, According to the Urtiwic, the ^belief was generall y entertained that mean* would be adopted b y the Douglas party, to choke down the real sentime^ ' of, they,cHy>, a ' n^, procure bd en. dorsement ' of .Mfc D.^courie, by Ihe meet, ing, by ! packing the Hall with known adhe. rents of Douglas, and preventing, by force if necessary, the other party from obtaining a hearirig. At about 4, P. M., information having been received which was considered reliable, the following handbill was issued and aided greatly to the excitement alread y 'aging- .. . "IRISH BODY ..GUARD ORGANIZED ! American Citizens, Beware!! At a meeting held at the office of (he noto. rious Charles O'Mally, on the North side of t...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

*E and«ntirei*epeal of|fte aggressive portions of t|$ Nebraska bill|fto,tbe protection of the perajj&at tfibts of ejqgjryj human being under iheiponat^uijon ofgjpehnsylvania and the Cotrefifuiionof tbe " vnited ^Stales, by mainmining invjolafciiveJtiAlbyjury .^. wr.itbf Hafeejr Corpus. ", ^ . " ' ^ Deitring io uditeOf 1 possible, wilh our fellow rep«bl^aps . oX every pai^ r and name ia opposition to an adminislrjMOj) , w . hicli has recklessly and'wantonly vijjmecl ihe plighted honor of our fathers,- we respectfully ask ah expression of your sentiments.on Ihe following5 p°in(s • . First, what-are your views concerning the provisions of the ' Nebraska Kansas bill, which f repealed the Missouri Compromise, and of the duties imposed by that measure upon the friends of Freedom? . , Secondly—Do. you hold. that Jhe.policy embodied in the sixth article of compaot. in the celebrated ordinance of 1787, is a wise and beneficent policy, and oug ht, to be applied to all (erriior...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Proceedings of Uio Free Democratic State Conveutiou. The Free Democratic Slate Convention assembled at Harrisburg, Aug. SOth, Dr. ^ ob't. Mitchell, of Indiana, President, and Eli Dillin, of Philadelphia, Secretary, The following resolutions were adopted and ordered to be printed: UESOLVTIORS. Resohed, That the so called Democratic party, by its systematic subserviency to the slaveholding power of the country, as manifested by a series of measures, (the last of which, the Nebraska 'Kansas bill, involving the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, has g iven the most indubitable evidence thul it intends to submit to every demund of that power, even though it may involve tho introduction of slavery into free Stales, the revivul of the foreign slave-trade, and the prostration ol ihe popular branch of our government, by making it subservient lo the Senate, through the introduction into that body of Senators, (the representatives of slave-holding constituencies, insignificant in poini of ...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

it ¦ % ¦ ''^iixKmL Sf^riiEjiEKT, X KXfBofl* #». -^ar S r -Here « iJfii the m^st beautiful coan ry I taw iYe, Wb, and the sou 1 1« found ' f«' «f the Id ^iPl^aTs, and;on the boat,, a;O mam cl«M of pSlifical Hacks, who manifested a great ini&it in our welfare/ told us «4wodhjnot t. _^..«:naH m land at Kansas; ilat the peo. pl« of ? MiMOUfl were determined, at all hazardi ' to prevent the settling of Kabsas Terntorv by the emigrants from Jhi Northern States " They told us horrible s ones about the ' barrenness of the soil; the scarcity of woodlands arid water; that ven )tnous repliles crawled over the land i musketoes filled ihe air; (weeach of us bought a musketo not but as yet have had no us* For them,) and in the same breath, they toU us that the Territory was overrun wilb squBturs from the slave Stales, perfect. de»peradoe,s, who were ready and willing Jo tar andfeaiter, hang up. and shoot any Abolitionist, who might dare to set his foot on aoy part of Uncle Sam's f...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Oar Neighbor VVhelher the old adage— 1 ' Discretion is the better part of vjlor"—be true or not, discretion is of great practical benefit to its possessor. It bos been evident lo us all along that our up-lown neighbor lacked in this valuable article, essentially. For in. stance, it was very indiscreet in him to publish Uiat letter from Iho Tioga whig " what stopped" the Agitator, (lo say nothing of the unhindncss of thus exposing our falling fortunes to the public gaK,) when no whig had stopped our paper at that place. This was very indiscreet, because it showed that, (in the language of a distinguished poet,) the " Pluribut and unum quill"—of Hie editor had something to do wilh that same letter, containing Ihe immense consignment of $1 worth of the " sinews of war!" (Suppose llio Colonel raises a regiment with the surplus, and emigrates to Turkey!) But our neighbor h<is gone into convulsions b y proiy, ut the nib end of the vengeful quill of his newly elected u si\b,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

THE AjlfAfCjfc '^wAi!* | : . TbaradaWlloruinSi Sept. 1& 1&84 " Aim-NEbR ASK A TICKEIV JAMES P0LL00K, of Northumtterland. TOR CANAL COMMWSIONEB, GEORGE.DARSIE, of Allegheny. \ FOR SUPREME COURT, --."-- - DANIEL M. SHY8ER, of Montgomery. PEOPLE'S CHOICB*»«GON(3RESS! GALUSH4 A. GROW, of Snsqtfehanna. Anti-Nebraska County, .Ticket . FOB REPBESENTATIVE, - Tliomat L. Baldwin, 0/ Tioga. ' FOB PROTHONOTAItT, ' ' John F. Donaldson, Of WeUAoh FOR REGISTER AND RECORDER. William^ D. B»Hey, 0/ WtlUboro FOR COMMISSIONER, ' t O. B. Wells, Of Jot/ton. FOR AUDITOR, . A. E. Miles, Of Charltilan. Receipt* for lit Agitator for the week ending Sep Umber 12. E. Mitchell, £81, 50 P.W. Doud, $1,50 L. Culver, ~ 25 C. Kimball, 75 R. Hart, , 75 J. VV. Holly 25 C. H. Seymour, 91,50. Special Notice. Jnst as we are going lo press, we team that Judge Pollock will positively be hero on the 20th inst., to speak on the important questions of the day.— Wo have this information from &...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

. Is iCTossnwphat tb.br Hunker limb oftlio Dfr fooe-i«|% p«lj:# Tiog«. i« going to b>lt th* -% Sa coj*inlionj p9m|nee, T If so, wbat ii to becotjfe ^onr|aspirinI:ConteniporaryT If the flunkiS iin ' a anli-Nermfcala aid Whigs, all boll hlm;badn*t io . beUerjro wta4hi(Kipw ^ NothingsT llm»y bbfBod ? iw«§pfpeijiap«. !'" r ,"l r'":*1'''' ' . ^kESo^bntS^I-VtonheBam. boo huts- ofGreytown were bombarded, because the,. people, of ^hat ,' ph»ce i»d ; a . prejudice against commitling murder, it was supposed" thaY no ' grealfcf aohtevertferit would be likely to p ignniHJaAfie ^'^ or . Geo.fl'jeTqe.! But we learn from The Mdnchetttr (N.'H.) Deiwer(ft tifat ii . fleriea of-petty annoyances upon the pc6p|e bC ifie^Anti-Nebraska country iowaa in NewtHainpshireVnai rtoently taken place, which are ;the - appropriate following-up of the brilliant Greytown affair. To gratify the petty spleen of Pierce and his hirelings, and to revenge themselves upon towns which had-the manliness to refuse ...

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Id= 36 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

The Convention Men wilh lively imaginations usually promise much, and perform little. Our neighbor, in promising to give the " how and the why " of ihe Wells* boro' Convention, succeeds in recommending himself to the consideration of a small Gas Company, and that's all. We wero unavoidably absent from tho' Convention and cannot speak from observation concerning its doings. Bui we are told that the Eagle misrepresents some things, and manufactures others. We are assured by reliable men that no attempt was made by the Convention to gag Mr. Ryon, but that there was a general desire to hear him. And again —that the " loud cries for Ryon, from all parts of the house," trumpeted by (hat sheci, proceeded in Iho main, from certain Elkland gentlemen, who used all their lung power to control the Convention inMr.Ryon's favor. Now'it is best that our uptown friend take a roef inlhc ample folds of his imagination and eschew fancy. ¦ We shall hear next ffam him, that Wellsborough is a por...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

From Ms Dubuque Tribune, August ISth. Iowa to her Sister States. Sisters ! iowa is redeemed ! Yes our noble young State hns spoken in thunder tones, words that will tell upon her recreant Senators and upon the foes of freedom everywhere. Sisters of (he East, have we done our duty ? Is freedom worthy struggling for 1 VVill you too"come lo the Rescue?" Or will you with unprincipled timidity shrink ignominiously from Ihe contest 1 Freedom or Slavery ! Sisters, what say ye7 The spirit of our noble sires, from the high spheres which they inhabit, stood to hear your reply I We urge you, by the holy ties oi brotherhood which should bind free¬ men ono to another, by all the sufferings and sacrifices of her fathers, by the memory of Concord, Lexington and Bunker hill, and by the heart-rending ties of crushed and bleeding humanity. Do your duty. Will you act as becomes the sons of worthy sires, or will you tamely bow your arms for the manacles f Shall the pure virgin soil of Ihe North be ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

O*' We hive been receiving for several weeks past, but omitted till now to nolice,the Tioga County {Pa.) Agitator, a new paper in which we recbgnizo the facile pen and seo the name of our old friend, whilome of the New Dawn, M. H. Cobb, (Esq.(!) oh, get out! most delectable B.S', M. P. L.) It is neatly printed, well got up, &c. *¦ * We welcome it to our exchange lial, as we gladly would the face of our old friend, to a place at our table for a, cosy chat.—N. J. Standard. And this " opes the way " for n flood of bygone memories, old, and valued friend !—they come like the waters that dance through the meadows, now g laddened with sunlight, now saddened with shad, ows. The bright, golden days—shall wo ever forget them 1 They are jewels of price, and sweet intercourse set them. They will never grow dim—they will gleam thus forever, They are links in a chain that shall parted be, never! Time may whiten our heads, and our foreheads deep furrow; Misfortune may come wilh its fu...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

To the nominees of the anti-Nebraika Convention: in accordance with onr resolution expressed two wtekn since, thai we would not support any man for office who 1ms not the boldness and independence to come out over his own namo and avow his opposition to the further extension of Slavery:— We call first upon Mr. Baldwin, to say whether he will,- us a true anti-Nebraska man, and in the spirit of the 2d resolution adopted in the Convention, repudiate Gov. Bigler as a candidate for re-election, together with his associates upon Ihe ticket, and use his influence fur Judge Pollock, in preference. And m regard lo the election of an U. .S Senator, ll ^ nl he will vote for, and use his influence in favor of a man to fill that station, who a thoroughly imbued with free-soil principles, and identified in the past will] the opposilion to Slavery extension; and that he will work, as well as cote, for a Prohibitory Liquor Law, if elected. Will the other gentlemen on the ticket stale their inte...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Independent Democratic Movejiest. A , large and enthusiastic meeting of Independent Democrats was held in Sullivan county on Wednesday of last week. Hon. David Wilmol was present, and« made a speech of great ability in sondemnation of the Nebraska ini quity. Resolutions were adopted denouncing the Nebraska bill, condemning Gov. Bigler ' s posilion on this question, 1 and declaring ihat inasmuch as his election would bo regarded in every part of the Union as a triumph of the allies of slavery, he was unworthy of the support of the friends Of freedom. The meeting endorsed the po-Biiion of Hon. James Pollock as satisfactory, and resolved to give him their cordial and active support. - '

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Rest satisfied with doing well, nnd let others talk of you as they please. They can do you no injury, although they mny think, they hale found a flaw in your proceedings, and be determined to rise on your downfall or profit byyour injury. , i ^4 , 8Jir»tp annex a wornnn tha( will lift you up instead ofpushing you d >wn. Ip mercantile phrases, get-a piece of eolte p that, will teath ^ ^hv» ' t? hoihing \a a pi ecn, fifce a tt fmtfpiithp $<in irpn . /your. 'i.riutes" and ana.cpok; ypur,. cfoilie*.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Tot RiiS:~Slnce ouriastisiius'we have b»d showers in whichthe rain came down by the backet-full, giving the parched earth such a drenching «s it probably lias not had since the bi g freshet wo read of in the good ' Book. Weils are on lbs rise, and \he streams ' no longer remind-as of UteVeaera: ble Doctor Dryasdust. There is a faint prospect ot getting some vegetable' food' this winter , - now, ibe ftll reediil-springiog and thtf parched potatoes may come on jet At any rate\ Hook will not h>>e to be fed so early as generally anticipated, and (hat if encouraging to th« ftrmtit¦ I -

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

An affectionate and endearing mother in this city is feeding her daughter on pickles, to prevent her'being eaten i)p by the young men, who call her " too sweet to live." The Mormons are-a- queer invention. Their religion in having eleven wives four span of horses, two rows a week, a-dance on Sunday, and "l*gis}a,r preaching" the test of the time.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

»4i.f- v>'-->--T —.-.. ¦ -- i - :¦ - ' 'IrthCf^t>an3i^pj^fjo;_ sjuccaedTn bwjggifefo^Baurt : leajw-to say No; if j»e *$af$-fcb*honon&! by hs.nei ghbors and oojoajrynwn, he muit learn lo reply- lo (pride 4 prod.igaJUy^paision, and all the thousand temptations from within and wiihgiu—No I

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Underground Railroad. The facilities afforded by this mysterious conveyance seem lo be every day increasing, uhd it is a mailer thai demands the calm consideration of every slaveholder in our community, That we have Abolition enemies among us tampering with slaves, not only affording them' means to escape, but personally superintending them in their efforts, is now no longer a mailer of doubt. This gystem of negro stealing, once a mailer falf so much risk, is now boldly done in our midsi, and slaves are taken away in broad daylig ht and shipped lo their place of destination. Steamboats and railroads are rendy to convey them, while there are those in this ciiy who, on an emergency, find the means of facilitating their egress by furnishing them with carriages und horses. This wholesale p lunder will prove destructive lo slave properly in St. Louis and the adjoining river counties, unless steps of the most exlraordinary kind are taken to prevent it. We have reason lo know that ther...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Register and Recorder. To the Voters of Tioga County: The undersigned announces lo the Independent Voters of Tioga county, that lie is a candidate for the OFFICE OF REGISTER AND RECORDER, at tlie coming October Election. (TJ* As lie has neitfier money nor time to spare in electioneering, he auks liis friends lo assist him , and thereby confer a particular favor upon him. WILLIAM D. BAILEY. \Vellsborongh, Aug. 24, 1854. NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS. At Bo wen's Empire Store. CALL and see the best and largest stoqk of <5ood» ever offered lo llie public. Consisting of DRV" 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 dress a man to particular fits in all cases who desire the ready-made. The Ladies aro invited to call and examine the richest and best assortment of DRESS GOODS ever before offered in market—which I am prepared to sell at prices that cannot fail lo suit. Wellsboroajjh Sept...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 14 September 1854

Judge Pollock on the Stamp. The firstlof the. series of Pollock mass meetings, was held in the yard of the Americon Hotel at Pillsburg, on Tuesday evening, 5th, inst. The aitendance was very large, the Journal says more than three times as great as any of the Whig meetings held in Pdtsburg, during the las! Presidential campaign. General Wm, Larimer presided, and Hon. Cornelius • Darragh introduced Judge Pollock to the melting. -Judge P. declared himself uncompromisingly in favor of the sole of the Stale Works, at the earliest possible moment. He eulogized our common school system, and earnestly opposed any division of ihc school fund, by ProtesiantsNor Catholics.. 1 stand here, said Judge Pollock, as the advocate and defender of Civil and Religious Liberty, notwithstanding the vile slanders to inc contrary heaped upon me; but if my church or any other church chooses to enter Ihe political arena and make itself a political engine, down with it! (Immense applause.) The church need...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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