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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

comaoif schools A Lecture to theeitlxent of Tioga Coanty,delivered by invitation of the School Director* if Well*. boro', at the Court Bowse, October 17tk, by Rev. J. F. CALKINS, Superintendent of Common Schooli for taid County. Fellow-Citizbns :—For whatever trial.to vour patience you may endure, or benefit you may derive from what I have (o say on this occasion, you are indebted to the School Directors of this place. Nevertheless, I am glad of (he opportunity (heir invitation affords ma to give thus publicly my views in regard to this subject. That these views ate essential. ly different from those entertained by enii ghl ened educators, here or elsewhere, 1 am no! aware, or that (hey will g ive much light, to those who have duly studied this subject, I do not flatter myself. Yet, occupying I he position 1 do, I cannot refuse any tribute. I can bring to. the cause of universal education. You will readily perceive that I am npt to lecture on the general subject of education...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

mare great men .than any that hare preceded. Great—we trust riot, in the battle field, or in ihe -arena of angry dehaie. Brilliant—not as the blazing comet, or (he glare of a city in flames; but in the peaceful march of the sciences, the sublimo uprising and progressing of the human family,(0 intelligence and vir. lue, these truly great will come forth, emulating ,the- example of the^ Saviour of the world—great as (hey are good, brilliant at they are useful. "Chisel in lisnd stood a ecalptor-boy, With his marble block before him; And bis lace lit. up wvlh a tmile of joy As nn ongel-dreim passed o'er him. Bo-carved the dream on that ehppeless etono With many a sharp incision, ' With heaven's own light (he sculpture shone—He had caught the angel.vjsion. * " .Sculptors of life are wc,.aB we stand With oor soul ancarved before a*; :_ Waiting the hour when at God's command Our life-dream passes o'er us. If we carve it there as the yielding Btdce; With many a sharp incision, Its heavenl...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

A pasan—To (he flfenof the Arctic fiat, k|*«a* i ajd ytfo'1i6Uce>; r fteNf wirisafely '- ¦ itfintHBthJls^- ' <• •* --3r ' " * : ' *! ' 1 r :' "i 1 "-" ' tt&^SfSfeir^Vi^iu; itft#** Ana mothers with their cherlihsd jmss, dingtajr-to • ¦ ' ifaefeneK-i? « Lot p. ;•,. •:;-'> !: Tha «W, too, and sick ferethsw-rO tell, us Jwwit Thi1^!l1i&j^^F>^' cmtqn<'¥imiHttJloWeJ% tHe ' ieaT .,, " '¦ ' ~ ' "¦"" •'" And fld ywPnof «Uy by them ? reached forth do hudUfwttfSi' " ¦ - ¦ " • •' - ¦ si.' '* - [ -.uV, ThoM dew obe* -of the ooanUy. fro» .Wjch, * Qrutli gr»Y8 ?.:• • . , i ,. j , ' „ • " No! wefeclllefltop«ir!«b?and-r-ha,yen11uiirev! The meanest other tfilnValive, r<Jbe,"tb4n »ucli' . U; ¦¦ yon, ,.,-.. . The history of ocean hath many, t'tfoomf pt^a, .-••' Recordingtceoeaof-terror.frofl ni»i}.,»n4. n«l|ire'i But ye iSanU of * the Arctic, tell the bTae«e*t story yet; ' ¦ ' " I wlib 'no yrone to roc, than, life— tad never to fin-A crjr swe...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

P^^^j n^s^vmSrwwAr L". ' ' ~M~ f -P4owA.tStTnf f Oci. 14,1854. | Mb. CoBi-rPear 8iri—l promised to idibrmTJearly- the whole cooDtry abbot ihe gwL ^ WMt.vltwUUtakemM!B lime than I caSspafd to do it°by writin| single letters, so be-*so kind ae^lo allow m* a p lace in tbe Agitator, *n$ iia ^ld ^^ fiirc^a^bji wjll help me some ^ yojnot get my knowledge wholly ir^mTmy Vx^wnc ' e, (alt&ougFriia ' Vii' teen 'O^EgbJyil^Bi 1 of counties, arid jhaye ' spen considerable,land,) but from the experience ¦ or^^awrteitKn inln ' e Btater I gaVSup 1 . ihe^Eaftsasdolion after I ha^ been here a Tew. days, Ihough . I shall visit that coun\ry y ' ef. " Kansas is not exactly Ihe place where Adam and Eve first set up in the horticultural ' .business, but ho; one disputes that it is a b^utiful country. Iowa is a lovel y country, ahd. frVinwhst I have learned outstrips her sister 'States, and the territories in many resipecls, and leaves them in the shade. This IS^ue^fo rrthere is not too much sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

WS&bSB (riElO^rHi * ,^pAi r*3*''i : Thnwday -mn^l^ine^MftMi The Itesalt of FiiiloB, and the ¦¦ ¦"¦ ¦-"¦rftntj ot-Wreemen, -' ^- -— -~ Th* mgtrinuy triumph* of Os«?a&eot£w«8» nnd»:-th« ©cegsions ^ of giejU. fiiMte, Blamiqation*, aud other iw»"dBmoMtiaiions. 'tfhett were, gen- - efally iu«j»^' by » wiionrf In&fent rep<^ j batii «ometiroi* happened Uiat ifce too' earele** vie: tort weresdrjSfUed by the vanquished, and cot off ih the milk tf their rejoicing; or biaBd ; hand'tlid ftotdarinjiUieit unwise end 'untiimelyBleBpi' ' ' ThewflrH^ii ' nrdrtanitely, U hSt pvOntb profit by erptrlence. VVllli an exsmpte if overthrow inths immediate put , U ahub its eyes ' arid -drives madly on to split again anff »g«in upon tfce sum rock. Jastao it it with partieu. The power of to-day, is too often the atiebotqoa* parent of the weakness of to-morrow. Victory is a fine thing—* g lorious thing; but above all, it u » dangerous thing- when it crowns the effort* of unre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

^ WmWjiwity^-tiiME*" - ' OoSiiuf^W^^fifiiydreawitWihe 1 ^WPP Of iW •• Li ttle Giant. 11 «» ' .<f O^4g K«d. ' bbeh ^raided rfrrough' th' e colinfry, aha " fits r/icnda fisd been very in-; (Juihfwijs;, ' LaSwposteri wiiW large capitals, fe^idj^fierftfiii * 'tea ^g^n , - had * pien l&MKfup oH e ' y&fy corner; and fctwery tarn of Iho * ro\4 through '&° <»"?Vy, ' comm&h*- iil ' glfe'^faiififur. to be 011 hadS. ' " mK iW fy: ^ ; Urj»i»t appeals present to his syriv infers Tn Watounfto anena' abi do honor to the peculiar champion of their"" peculiar institution;" ' A programme' of bands of rouse, military companies, fire company, &b., . ' &,; yyas : published and circulated. A bafad of musiis Was sent thirty miles into the interior jo wake up the sleepy suckers, and draw them by the magic of music to the Doaglds gathering; and every device ' that l ' njjenlous tiul dropping « Locoiocoism" could frivent , was put into operati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

Prohibition. Sad are we while we write it, and not only sad but filled with sorrowful indignation—Rum, is for a season victor over Rig ht, and Justice and Good Order. Wo have hoped against hope for a long week past, determined not to give up until the last ray of light should bo officially snuffed ont It ha* come at last, like a cloud dyed in Egyptian darkness,' chUling to tbe marrow of the bone, like the east wind af November. We are left to grope in its midst, how long ws know not,—perhaps until the great woe of oar widows and orphans shall go out in one mighty sob, rending the cloud upward lo the blessed and eternal sunlight Perhaps but a few months—probably two years. Take heart, philan¬ thropic tnmsellers! The glorious old Commonwealth holds herself ready to receive proposals for filling her jails, poor-bouses, penitentiaries and Potters' fields for a. few years longer!' She stands teady to charter you anew to stab her Morality to tbe heart! Again she condescend* to arm you...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

Tbe Sew World. When a great and truly magnificent work is presented to the people, one that is designed to be lasting, and combines the 'perfection of art and mechanical skill, and-contains a graphic, well written and extended record of the most glorious history the- world bas ever 1 seen, it most certainly, deserves a more than passing notice from the American press; This work, of which we have been allowed a look at the proof-sheets, is a ponderous volume containing nearly eleven hundred- large roval Svcrpagea, and is just the size a maa wants to ' occupy an important position in his library-;'for what American's library is perfect without (ha most splendid edition of his count ry^WsYory^lhiit he carr obtain -1 ¦ ' ¦ • We nred'rtbt enter upon any extended account of what ¦ this work embraces ; suffice it to say lhat il contains the most extended history of 'evei» y portion of the Western Hemisphere, brought down to the ' present month,''ever published before. We cannot, howeve...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

A fWotnan Apparently White Snr. rendered to Slavery—Fourtb District Court. A rather singular case came before this court yesterduy. Some days since a woman named Pefasgie, was arrested as a fugi'ive slave, .who had lived for more than twelve years in this city as a free woman. She was so nearly while that few could delect any traces of her African descent. She was arresjed at the instance of a man named Raby, who claimed her as belonging to an estate of which he is heir at law. She was conveyed to the first district guard house for safe keeping, and while there she stated to ihe acting Recorder FiJ'eul (hat she was free, had never belonged to Raby, and had been in the full aqd unquestionable enjoyment of herTreedom iiMbisciiy for the above .mentioned period. She also stated that she had a house well furnished, \ vhich aha was in the habit of let. ting out'in ' rooms. ' About this time a lawyer appeared before the Recorder and stated that the woman. was born in slavery, and now b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

Our Next IT. 8. Senator. 8oon after tho passage qf the Nebraska bill, the Administration papers grew insolent with, success, and chuckled amazingly over the idea that, as Senators were chosen for a term of six years, and as a large majority of the Senate were friendly to the aforesaid infamous bill, the chances for its repeal wera "nowhere" for the next six years. Perhaps the reaulte of the Northern elections will convince those editors that it is not always safe to add insult to injury, especially when the people are the injured party " . The Legislature of this State is anti-Nebraska in both branches by a fair majority. The Honso stands 74 known sntj-Nebraska men to 59—some opposed and some favorable. A« an United States Senator is lo be chosen next winter, we hope the most effi¬ cient anti-Nebraska man in the State will be the unanimous choice of that body. The national Sen. ate has been a reluge of the worst kind of fogyism too long, and it is high time that it was thoroughl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

COjMiniON 8CHOQI.S, Notice to Sfhaol pirtc(on t 'T«icket > t, ' and ' the friends of Education generally. The Superintendent of Common Schools for Tioga county 1 , wiH pndpavirir to Wet the tollnwin<> oppointmenis, lor the ' examination of Teachers, arid Lecturing on ' Common Si'honls. All Teachers, Skhqril ' Directors, ani other JPftends of Education .in these respective 8ec ^ rioh8 of the cnupty hre inviipd 10 Btiend. A tfciure oh ihe Subject ,6f pur school system Will be dilivererj in the evening if desired, for which tlio School Directors and, other persons ihtefesied are respectfull y requested to make prejpa ' ratioris, fextend' rhese notjies . ' and' urge a general attertdance. At the school hrtuse hear the Block House, Liberiy ' Disirlci Mb'nda^ Nbv; 6th, 3 o 'clock P.M. •' ,.; ' ' ' ¦ . "- ¦ ~ " :' -' ,. i ' J :' 1' ¦ : "" ' : '- ; ' Arth c e ' schooiih'Auw iieftr'G gaeVtJbrriers , Union ,-Jpiscrict, Tuesday, Noy. 7'fe. l o'cl p fck ' Cen'ler of ^it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

LATER FRORI EUROPE, Downfall of Stoajtop d a Hoax^-Thccity notf atiqc/.ed—No mart hard fighting yet. THB WAH.—SEVASTOPOL NOT TAKBN. The most , extraordinary .excitement b»s be,eD caused throughout Europe by the discovery that, the reported fall-of Sevastopo l is false,—the destruction-of the Russian fleel, false,*-tbe blowing up of Fort Consmntioe, false,—(he eighteen thousand Russian dead, purely imaginary,—the iweniy-two thousand prisoners, entirely fabulpus,-r-M, eocJjiltoff'> melo-dramatics altogether a.sham, —-the-dispatch to Omer.' Pasb,a a .forgery,—and tba whole , story (to . present, appearances) ib« grandest boax of the age 1 . . ' ;> ,-We do,no\, kno,w w>^t has ^ pecmrr^d, e* cepting that, to . latesi au ' tbenlicsied account namely, the 28th Sept., three days laler than its .repojrted fall,, the French and Eng lish flags did nor wave,over Sevaalopql j neiih« had the city been attacked;! ,, ,. . Our Cor respondent,at iLiyetppol writes : ...V the ....

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

^ **«4W, Jmm TH*SELF1» An htmlttaUe.bioi fas* cnU^Einy tmily *' AAdlrZfl'Aflttf d Cdov ** •' m gzM&tl^ mmm-iEB ifi?"' - ^mmSDfaQhPj in less V jM&tovW^, : ' , -, i ihdlmprpyed.Tjart is-Book {or,the Afflicted-CpnUinlnginoatirne^ orig{n,j)iogre»j^jxe atjneDt and .cure of every form of disease contraeted by'proauscuoosrsewut interconrMv by, solf^bpte or by.tejuaj eicw, With advia ] jot their, pre?enl|pn, woUen in a familiar style, avoiding all metjical; technicalities, .and eir?rytliing that would offend the ear of decency; with an out. line of complaints incident to Jemajes, from tbe ' re-¦nit of twent y years 1 successful practice, eicluslyely dcioted to the cure of $ae*K* of. ' i delicate ' or private nature. ' ' . ' . . ' To which is added receipts for the core of the above diseases, and * treatise on the cause*, svmptomi m core of die ' -tfKffiJt ' ita! AGV8. ' " Teitimny of th* frafmtr j>f QJuttttict>in the Penn MiiitalCeUtge, mai<>p...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

Destruction of the Town of Daroca, Spain, by a Waterspout. A letter in the Madrid lYibune of Sept. 17lh, gives an account of a terrible and extraordinary catastrophe that bad occured at Da roca, a small town in Arragon, situate in a rich and fertile valley, abundiog in1 corn and wine. From its situation, in a deep hollow, completely sunounded by mountains, this place is peculiarly liable to inundation ; and as a remedy, a tunnel was cut in 1560, by a Frenchman named Pierre Bedsill. This tunnel is a magnificent work, 2340 feet long, 24 leet wide, and 25 feet hi gh. The enterprise was patronized by the Pope, and assisled ov alms from all Christendom. Previous to its achievement, the waters thai flowed al wei seasons from two leagues of mountain rushed through the streets of the town on their way to the rive;. It appears that on the 11th September, at three id the afternoon, an immense waterspout, rising from the Lake of Galtocabta, remained /or a considerable lime hovering over th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

ThonalneXftw 4nCoiineclicni. Wehave neve^iieii^ -^ Iciomplete a triumph of the friend* of any -lefofm measure, as that at New^HaVeri rait ¦tfteek, in? favorof liquorprbiiffiiiibn ' .v^tBffortediJl'tbq highest degree of jatufactiprj,, ' ;> ' . : '' We have been (t^jllat ' ftifb jmblic gaiW ifigiuri Coinwtifcffi' - iriirtrjr yfeaw'i; . ?to4 ; j||V seen some scenes.that,would Mqi^ire, " atrHng proof to make the,, next generation, believe ever had an existence.ia a civilized commun ity that clafms toteChristian, moral, sober decent, respecWBUn''' ; ' • : . ; - "- ..; " - ,, ^ We have seen at a *iugle town training mort (ban two hundred men and t»ys> cra*y drunk. At every election ota new captain, rum was brought out in paHs full, -(We ' for the'ttaib band and all the ' spectators to drink as long as they could stand. True they did not all get down, though some of them did, wallowing in the. mild, but they got ' so they yelled like savages, and Were as full of fool* ish...

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

Dissolution. TVTOTICE is hereby given; that the co-part-•L ' nership heretofore existing between A. Folcy and I. D. Richards, is this 25th day of August dis. Bolved by mutual consent All those Indebted to the firm of FOLEY & RICHARDS, will settle their accounts with A- Foley. I. D. RICHARDS. Wellsboroogb, Oct. 5th, 1854. KIT The Book & Jewelry business will' be continued as heretofore under the firm of Foley & Bailey. Thankful for past favors, the subscribers/hope by a strict attention to business, to merit nnd receivo a continuance of lhe same. ANDIE FOLEY, 3w. . W. D. BAILEY. Leather! Leather! T F. RIBEROLLE, Jakes this method ** • to inform Shoemakers, Harnessmakers and the public generally, that he keeps on hand constant ly, at his Tannery in Wellsborough, SOLE, UPPER, and HARNESS LEATHER, which he wilt sell to both old and new easterners on as rearonable terms as ever. ID* The highest Cash prices paid for HIDES and SHEEP PELTS. WelUborough, Oct. 5,18...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

Life Insurance. THE subscriber would inform (he public that he' has taken an agency in the " SUS. QUEHANNA MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY" at Harrisbnrg, Pa.; and will attend to granting insurances on lives lo those who may give him a call. There is probably no other investment which a person can make, of equal importance to their families or relatives, us that of a life insurance. The undersigned will be happy to impart any information upon the Bubject, on application to him, at his office in Wellsborough. B. B. SMITH. Sept. 28,1854-3w. Wine for Communion. 'T'HE Churches of Tioga county are re--*- Bpectfully informed that they can now obtain at tbe WcllBboroDgh Drug Store, the Pure Juice of the Orgpe unadulterated teilh Alcohol in any form. The most satisfactory evidence of its purity can be Bhown to those' who wish to examine it. Certificates of distinguished Clergymen and the statement of tbe manufacturer himself. Those interestedwil! do well to procure a supply soon. B. ROY. ...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

What It Cost to put Col. Beaton Down. When, ripe in years and experience . Col. Benton deemed it his duty to devote himself to his country rather than his party, where, as the attempt to embroil us in a war with England about Oregon, the, lines diverged, the democracy decided that he must be put down. The first point was to get the veteran out of the Senate, to accomplish which the democracy of Missouri supported the whig candidate. By a union, therefore, of the whigs and anli-Benton democrats in lhe Missouri legislature upon a whig, Colonel Benton was beaten. But the electors of the Missouri district, resenting the wrong done to a distinguished statesman, immediately elected tlim to the House of Representatives, where the country has had the benefit of his talents, courage, firmness, and wisdom through a protracted and eventful session. But hisenemjes were al his heels. His exclusion /torn the House of Representatives was decree^. And in this, Senator Atchison had tho assistanc...

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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

TO TBE PUBLIC. I DEEM it proper to say that the cause of of my being out of Plaster, for the last few daysti was owing to circumstances beyond my controld The Canal between Cayuga Bridge and the Junctip Lock, was not in readiness at the time to advertise in conarquence of building a new Lock. But 4 SRESH SUPPLY has just been received, and will be ground to supply all tbat may call. Come one, come all. AMOS B1XBY. Mansfield, May 33) 1854. ^ Haying Utensils. GENTLEMEN, please call at J. R. Bow. en's cheap store and look at bis large adsorb ment of Haying Tools of ' all kinds, which he will sell cheaper than can be bought elsewhere. . Wellsborough, June 29, 1854. Clothing! Clothing! pENTLEMEN in want of anything in v? tbe line of Clothing will find tbe largwl slock of the most fashionable stjlea at the Cash Store of June 1, 1854. JONES tf ROE. ' Ladies ' Shoes. A LARGE assortment of . Boeln, Gaifer*, ¦**- Buskins Slippers, &c.; also, Children's Shot* of every description,...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 26 October 1854

NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS. At Boven'a Empire Store. /"*ALL and see the best and largest stock v/ of Goods ever offered to the pqblic Consisting of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARD-WARE, WOODEN-WARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, and a large Block of READY-MADE CLOTHING! I flatter myself that I can dress a man to particular Jilt \n all cases who deBire the ready-made. The Ladies are invited lo call and examine the richest and best assortment of DRESS GOODS ever befortf offiirod in market—whioh I am prepared to sell nt'prices that cannot fail to suit. Wellsborough Sept 13,1854. NEW ARRIVAL! SPRING GOODS. CHEAPER THAU THE CHEAPEST. TONES ^ .JlOE, Wellsboroufth, Pa., are ** now receiving direct from New York and Boston Markets, >a large and well selected stock of V . - ¦ J*RY GOODS, I, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, READY-; '.; Majde clothing, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS to SHOES, &c, Sac. Caah b 'ayerft wlO find il greatly to their intereat to ca.lt' and examine tbii extensive .stock ...

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