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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

TOliiniNU STORV Rum «f .vMUWnntoifr Veraaa ; ' fr^bto jft ttie cje^r earne st voice of Ifo. ry was heard.^alling;, ' . , J^i ' li , , ' . " I'm coming^ dear," answered Morgan « Conic <juicii father, won't you J 1 ' - "Yes, love." And Morgan got op and dressed himself—but -with unsteady hands and every sign of nerVous prostration. In a little while, with the assistance of his wife, he was ready, qod supported by her, came tottering into the room where Mary was lying. ¦ " Oh! father!"—What * light1 broke over her countenance—" I've been waiting for you ¦o lorjg> I thought you were never, going lo wake up. Kiss, me father." " What can 1 do for you, Mary ?" asked Morgan, tenderly,'as he laid his face down upon1 the pillow beside her. " Nothing, father. I don't wish for anything. I only wanted to see you." " I'm here* now; love." . "Dear father!" How earnestl y, yet tenderly, she spoke, lying her small hand upon his face. " You've always been good to me, father—" Oh...

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

AN ADVEWTUWE 15 A TUlflfEIA PERILOUS POSITION. A frig htful incident which occurred a few weeks since to some of the workmen employed in (he Halohaw Moor Tunnel, on the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, England, reminds as of an adventure, as related to the editor of Eliza Cook's Journal, not long ago, by a person in the employment of the telegraph company. He had been engaged in the inspection and repair of the telegraph wires and fixings, which are subject to many accidents, and require constant looking after to insure their integrity and efficiency.— Even when carried through tunnels in gutta percha casings, imbedded in leaded tubes, they are liable to accidents from passing wagons, or, in winter, from lumps of ice falling down the sides of the shads, and damaging the tubes. It appears that one day the door of a coal w ' agon had got loose in the long tunnel of the railway, and dashing back against the sides of it, had torn the tube, and even cut across the wires in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

SELECT HISCELLANI. THE JAPAIf EXPEDITION A MONTH LATER INTELLIGENCE. From our Own Corretpondenl. Sthona. Friday, June 10,1654. - On the 16th of May, at noon, we were off Cape Toricoi-saki, the norih-eoBtern point of Niphon, and entered soon after the Straits of Sangar. Several groups of rooks, partly under water, as well as very strong currents, caused some precautions lo be taken, especially as toward sunset a heavy fog obscured the atmosphere. We lay to for the night, and signals with the steam-whistle and fog-bells were given to and answered by the Mississippi. On the 11th, at about 6 o ' clock A. M., the weather cleared up ; we got under way again, and at 9 o'clock A. M. we got sight of the Macedonian, Southampton and Vandalia, which had all sailed ei g ht days before, and anchored now in the harbor of Hahlrolnde. Like Gibraltar, to which it has a very striking resemblance, Hairotade lies on the foot of a hi gh rock , accessible from all ¦ sides but one, toward the land,...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

Cnrlann Prediction* Mrs. Swisshelm, writing about some pre* dictions in reference lo the Eeasfern War, makes the following remarks. Dr , Wilson, of whom she speak*, was a learned and worthy man, who never spoke from mere impulse, or enthusiasm, bat always from deliberate and intelli g ent convictions of the truth of what he uttered. « Six years ago we heard Rev. Dr. Wilson, ihea of Allegheny dty, and Professor of Theology in the Reformed Presbyterian Church, say that in Ins than ten years a war would break out in Europe, between Russia and the Western Powers—a war which would, be one of the most terrible ever recorded on the annals of history, and which by its wholesale slaughters would carry the name of Christendom with a thrill of wonder to the most remote nnd barbarous nations * awaken a curiosity about civilisation that would prepare the way for theintroduction of the Bible and Christianity into those benighted lands, whose people woold bo taught by the rumors of this wa...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

Bathltts Children In Cold WMeft But if parents trill use cold water on their own persons, let me entreat them to have mercy on their, helpless children. Do heed their cries and entreaties to win- it tt little ! Nothing is more heathenish and bar* barous than to bathe children in cold or nearly cold water. I believe it is injurious to wash our hands.and faces in cold winter water. Those who do It, will, find that i they have rough and cracked skins. ' The suffering of. children white being washed is but small compared with the evil effects that often follow the application of cold water tp the !S head, viz.: congestion of the head or lungs? especially the Jailer.— True, cott water so applied will mat? precooious children, and it will also fill thegrave yard with th» opening bud of infancy. i think it will be found that, more children dte.wUh head dweates.auj . oe the, uw of water has been. in vogue, than before; and for Ihe reason already given.,. Tbe fact i«, the brain rjs...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

For iht Agitator AITTPniW. T» firth m WMleJiifcurtdmn frost, M<twUvPn*l tie#,«re.i«et\«; .' : -. And Ifodjof, cloaks By ¦torm-wlndi Umti, From SolVwirm gUmee* eover u*. The ?«wd hath lost &«ttmmer-htte»— - 1 Itf;le»TW te Apwtw 4"> fliliff »«*.i " And flpwerti.napw "» I 8 " 1 * 1 l ? ew< }?? Into new life «re cdlinjf "»»•., Wo feel no longw eomBer 1 * W ««i— : ¦ On every luna i» grieving- m | Bpt^U thejoy*h»t Sammerbroog lit—Fon4 Monxor/ U keeping it; The ingrewe or >U quickened Tbopght—In winter we'll be reaping it. And when oar he»rU hare felt Spring' * glow, The contract wilLhare bettered them With thought* they ne'er had come to ' know, Had summer samenen fettered them. We prize the heart nukilled in guile, And better grow by loving it; Nor can we love it lest, the while Advenilv ia proving it. AU thatis cast in Beauty's mould, Like Truth, with time shall perish not; And they are hard of heart and cold, The -beautiful who cherish not. T...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

Upright Mm»^— We have uprjght ' men. Pull them tbisway and (he other way, and they only bend but never break, Tripjher o down, and in a trice they are on their feet again. Bury them in the mud, and in an h our they would Be out and bright. You' cannot keep tHeni'doWn-^you cannot destroy them. They are the salt of the earth. Who but they start toy, noble project ? ' They boilo * o ' rir cities, wWten the ocetnr with bur 1 s^ils, mt blacken ihi TieaVens >ith the «m)5ke ' of their cars. " took to them, young tpett, and catch ih« spvk bf trrtjr energy. be careful what you ' •*, and drink, baths iaily 'aBdotay the> t« wrf_ N«tur«u ' To, empty a Ihoustr * of Noelttvaais. —Fet two dogs to fighting in the ' street. Determined (• Have a ChtL . The folio wiflg incident, wyitheTRocbestef #«*rfetoii SlltonrtiW of a» tatirely orlgJnal fritnifttrtwkm ,' *f *uf'« in^Mnjr*!flli *W « fn*Ti**M<«P oOTiChVCkih^Xdwrtfiea » Sunday> la%aMtti&^?t»tiB^'ftf«a&a...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

At a show down easi, the audience were suddenly involved in total darkness by an accidental putting out of the lig hts. Among the rest was a newly married country bump« kin and his pretty bride ; and on the same bench—a stranger to both-Jaat a city gentleman who, profiting by the darkness, fell to kissing the bride. She whispered to her husband—" John, John F tbis ' ere feljer ' s a kis. sin'on me I" " Tell him to quit, " said John; for John, it seems probahle, stood a little in awe of the philosopher from the city, and found bimself, therefore, in perplexing circumstances. "No, I can't." whispered tbq bride; "you tell him." " Make him quit!" said John, now getting quite excited. "J don ' t like to, " whispered the bride, " ht ' t a perfect ttriingerio me /" .

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

.Tbncaday JBtowiIn«^JtoT-..9».l8fi*' , TtTtte OucUlon notiyfttlMicrt^dH; — Ab tlwrt ni»3fJiwa been gao"d»r «!' 1<'r fl Jg-'l' n JI &f-^jb^. TflSJliftC M» ^«Mot%n,,foJ»r«^a, . W uM f of Pwbib, itt«j( ft^pijeroed,.!!.; »«$,{*> ¥* ,«» W *\ ineinlo ,^ Bp^.iij diii^tUin .wlw^r any-ih-. .urmountable olwtacio has jlfeep^own ^ W .ft^W t^ Uja lr»«m»h^f,,%, .^\i«lpry. ' ppvsnt fn|v ; [ , -, Ti«5 cin^j^T ^pe 'i ^poe^piov^ »lf*p aj P** wiu;d ' Ojroflgif * »«rief. of . moral and legaJihstrnpate in Profei6Aiom, Thefrt^ of fempWnoe jenewirr^k ' to eritirei-prolii^on ' ii'tbe grtal agent tbat i» to stay, the tide of dronk«nne^( iod criiiie. Silice'ihV'infiibSi' of' tnqjniove^Ilt, ad»o- taleiand oppoe&a ' hkvs c^ngei posUiang. "Tfaeb the forrotlr urged a ' partial abfrtlnertw fiim rofolri ' cttlag drlnK.i whiikyii latter went for die Iirgwt fiberty In dfinVto^ yttf vending. ' T6ui abriihenct, 'or altrilaft^jta ' nw? joed, wif»"' coi<il*riltrT«Iy "iin. k...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

'¦ ' '#4 " ^jiu? J I^tGnaV'diJvefiil{ifi <or " rW aflwinc^miprit ot Women's I(jghlS, ' dse/nWfed' op ^fa^' riesiiay. morning, at Sf.nsbW ' JtVeet Piq .lC^hV^iai :: aDa ' a|tM(ie'd a ' collkifon of^^ev^t' tiiiriaried females, mostly friends, Wh'VSpruWtirig ' or mates.. " ' ' ;' " jftout, h4lf /msf ten; o'clock -Mih "'t u ' cy Sioneam} the ' leaders of the ' miJveniie ' nf "eniferfeij , tli6 Hall, and afier a sh ' o/ujme spent ' in, 'jjfie committee' room, made their appearioeYii'non'the platform. ' '" " L Rjfts^ione being in Bloomer costume, Was IKe observed of "all "' observers; aod from the nemtieks oil*' her ' aftire, and the 'grace with whic j h it was.worn, did much to commend. i( t<Uhe"j}u6lic approval. She, as well as the Sf&cefa&t' the " Convention, appeared" without bon ' rietai Her ' dress ' Was " entirely black, only relieved by ihe white ofa iace cherriizette and undecsteeves of the same material. Her mantilla was of black velvet, coverin...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

Wouaul Inllocnce - tTTtie in&oence of toomfn is far too great; the influence of Woiuic, is. &r too small.—H. Bsyle. ' The: foregoing is not **¦ »" paradoiical, however much it may appear so to the general reader. In the first place the'auUtoi' seom» to apeak of ths sex as typed in a clou; bnt,in the second place, he considers the distinctive attributes of Womanhood. We can but admit that he Jjil f the truth squarely. - In separating reasoning from unreasoning intelligence, Han naturally ascends to the higher elevation in the scale of existence; and in view ol the wisdom and beueficence of Deity, it would seem that tho race naturally ascends to that elevation without sexual distinction. And no course of reasoning can justify the setting upot such distinctions in violation of natural.law. No.man of sense will insist that sex co ' ostitateg ' a gtnui, or to go further, a tpeciti. Proceeding upon this, it seema that neither, Bex can justly claim precedence of the o...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

For the Agilalor. t Mb. Cobb :—fn a former number, I was describing the " North" under three classes, No. I, 2 and 3; and had disposed of No..l. This class did not give me much (rouble; bu( , if I am riot ' widely ' rhi9talt^n,^Np.. 2 i^ a poser, .It mayvl be.Heve»juSitl y b qlfkened.io t . he " Northern ' _ Lights," which ' appear, only, when darkness ' rnalies them .visible; and flash up and fade out in rapid alternation, sometimes menacing the Soujb with sharp cprnjscaiions—assuming all colors from the darkest blue. to the bloodiest red—hut, always, f a ding back into the complexion of riighf. Taking leave of comparisons—1 should sav, lhat North No. 2 is always playing peadulufn, between courage and cowardice, conscientiousness apd mercenariness, se|f-re«peci and self-prostitulion, love oflibeiily and tolerance of. slavery, political integrity; arid party servility, afTecia lion of aigoity,^pd,Tneyitable flunkyisrn ,.— ^iabilily ;s nol one . of . ' its attribute^ ' . It has c...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

, CMlYKar Iu Kama*. A correspondent of the Milwaukee Senli. Re', writing from Lawrence,. Kansas Territory, under date of Oot. 4, says : , "Disputes and collisions with our Missouri neighbors—squatters from Missouri—" Hiteryans" aa some of (heir nei ghbors call them—are becoming - daily more frequent and open rupture mqre probable, Within a Cow days they have taken down and removed the tents of our squatters, and burned the cabins while the owners were absent at work. * * * " Yesterday a party of eight or nine of these miscreants, under ihe command of one Robinson, (who was not himself present, however, but was expected in tho evening,) presented themselves at a store just opened about two, miles from our camp, and kept by a Miasourian , a southern man with northern principles , a. Methodist minister of the northern branch of that church, and appatentl y a very fine man, though not a member of our association, and in a blustering, threatening manner informed him that they should ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

(ftepttstrljmfaia Election -OffVci^l ^"•^kWiViriM Complete. ^ si-i.-^-~- ~~~Gowr*V...» « ~ PnkibUUnL AJSMS.iI..: ' ..2134 ' amF, 1236 zs&i wmitiijrs.X'iwn " ;: ,siK r 10032 4053 :iArtnstwilg.^.. 2639.:'11949 . 333d 1711 Bjdlord-i; ••.,.,. 8157. j20>|.«j}25a 2361 BeSlKyi....... ' 51& ' 5i84af^26l5 10599 Blair..... ' ..... 97u8 ; ' ^1513 ¦ 2253 1143 Bradford 4811 3369 4353 1672 Bucks......«.,., 6398 .5089 • 3778 5879 Butler ,.> 2955 2381 , .2301 2399 Cambria..... ' .: 1627 ' 1789, , 129 * 2 1325 Carbon...;....' 1 1056 1227 653 1072 Centre.... ! . ' .. - .: 9774 ' 2113 2438 1871 Cheater.,;;*:,,. .6544 ..-4412' 5508 3830 . Clarion.,,,;..-, 2Q15,,,i ,2173 .2148, 1567 Cfe!arfield.. ' .... 1188 .. 1458 1235 872 ¦ClihfenV,. ' . 2 .'.' 1 . ' . ' l^T 935 1141 73p GotanJWa.;;.:. i iWai* ¦ ' aiW 1037' 1933 'Cnwfori;. ' .... '3696 2867 2994 ' 2135 Cumberland..., 3157 258), 2326 3210 Da.Upjjin. 4061 2224 2476 3448 DolaWro 2292 1556 1722 1593 Elk... 401 364 282 307 ...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

VVe were 32 miles from Detroit and 13 from Chatham, the surrounding country for miles a vast swamp and no aid or physicians at hand, which, with the denseness of ihe fog and frightful screams, of tho wounded for help and water, rendered il the most appalling scene imaginable. It was heart sickening. Yel all 'Was done that could be during ihe long five hours that the miserable unfottuqates lay wailing Ihejr turn for assistance. One man had six friends with him, all killed. There aie whole families killed and we cannot ascertain ibeir names. We are informed by R. P. ' Toms, Esq.oi this city, who was also a passenger- on jbe train at ihe lime of the collision, lhat oo blame can be attached lo the engineer of ihe train, as he had taken every precaution by , telegraphing from one slaiion to another, by fwailing for trains to pass, and by the smciest orders lo run very slow, to avoid any accident. The censure, he thinks, must resi splel y with those in charge of the- gravei train, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

oFvMWH tkMtifKfi fHt'tmajtteurMHMa m-¦ > 4n^gmti&r»&M^wm&hhwv» weather. My heart has .ffifcftd^.Jafrave ,! :WtflMb«P ^^ Jtposejfc io^jte r^ wings 3 ;,ltlu«49«tt ,^l»i«w4» qfj€rfi«i»|or8ji^«^ in o *?nfe y^l^l»i%fFB^I*«WftjSfflWej^ ;i5^t*«» WI }B|d . bj*y%be »^jSTOb^hiji{|!e >, «? MS ctt|taffoy, «»tl y«C«>ftPJ«d<c!»PW«il y I. iheir eafcemitje* In. fl?i|»pj»a -wilt,*) d .ribjBhtog» I .yKwM.'Pttfftty.ijjfcljuimefc against ,; lj»9bl»rpydil tpg r pcajclic^, ^ .j^biqg e >h@ ^ *Ktn . - . wiffc.oftUwp-WHgfr^oHieJ*.^ ^^^ >r^|is8.-i~ v.JjTo sutvIb ritWiWM^ tie aUBBqt^iflpia foju. i*WI!»fc:>j<iS JB snistijj ai9« fici'UMTS-iyO . , JBtfc fcw of^Jf p KW .imdeifsfagfyto <hpc« 1 fion #;v(irabeL.pkin,..p* in*;ioiportance ffi a . ,l^airbj»Wn:{p i flJheatyb.y, body.f My,,.|imils, w}Ufl$fn^wjof, f myfi di8#»ssi . ng ibe roarer Here. Al eqip*TuWre 1 ,lti»«.l,,(na)!,lakeitup f appicov^ of gemla robbing!of ,the-akin-...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

ladepeadent Order of Good Tem-... ...„.; vijw..,:,, ' . ' , .:_. [We are Indebted to Miss MAftvC.tunv, 6. W. S., of the SUlc, for the subjoined statistics of the Order of Good TempUis. sdIaq.}' "• - "This is now the most Interesting: ahd effective Temperance Order, in the United States. It was first originated in July, 1853, and there are now in New York 361 LodgcB, iri Penhsylvdnia 229, in Missouri 41, iri'Indiapa Sf, In Illinois 11 , : in Canada 44, in Ohio 17—and quite a large number in each of the States of MessacbbseUs., Witconuiu, Iowa, " Males and females are admitted on an exact equality.—both sexes being entitled to h:old office, &c. It is ' emirientljf a social organization, combininot all the zood points of & well regulated family. Children Bre ' admiUed at twelve . years of age; and within lite bosom of Ibis Order, they thus form early attachments to the principles bf total abstinence. " The following is the 1 form of «n application for a Charter in t...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854

common . tfotiee to School Direclort, T«c»en,«nd tktfrimdi of Education generally, CONTINUED FBOH LAST WEEK. At the school house near Stebbinsville. Clymer District, Monday, Nov. 13,1 o 'clocif P. M. At the school house in Weslfield village, WesiBeld Dislriot, Monday, 12, 4 o'clk P.M. At. the ichool house near M. Simmom. Bcopkiield District, Tuesday, Nov. 14, * o ' cUakP.-M. At, the school house in Knoxville, for KnoxVille and Deerfield Districts, Wednei' day, Nov. 15,1 o'clock P. M. , At the school house near Mr. Teals, Chatham Districl, Thursdayj Nov. 16,1 o'clock P. M~ and at Mr. Told's achool bouse in the evening. . . At the school bouse in Wellsborough, foi Ihe Districts of Wellsborough, Charleston an4 Deltriar, on Friday, Nov. Ii7,1 o'closk P.-M..U,- > ' ••.:. =•-. ¦ L- . ; At.lbe sbhoclihouse tear, Mfi(Houses, FarfniOgtoa District,i*iMida3fr Np?< 20, % o'cl't P.-M.-.' - . ' ..S:.-.. l:! -, '; • ; At the school house iaElkland, for Em* land borough and Townsh...

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