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Agitator, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1856, Wellsborough, Pennsylvania fbr THE VILLAGE BT M I Bat I am changed since lost I stood Beside that stream Yes I aim changed I am not with gay brow j Who in tho days of yore Watched your glad waters Wong Or listened as their murmuring rag i out shore Yes I e romance which dreams have Idols round which my heart did twine v And deem them friendship's Long turned to A change has como o'er soul yot alt And from my chuck anJ brOwy The dew iff Timi on tins And loft mo now Bnt tlw dear my lot Jo thaw old not In memory dwoll No can roach my To with thuir tu O still I lovo of oe to T for thorn dear hours brightly T Ah no I would not be f on tho ami fears Which brightest with tears Pur all juy aud j f Although I'm a holler my Iff fell In pura duys Now my tho light of Upon my way Valley ABSTRACT OF THE GOVERNOR'S The report of the State Treasurer wi to you in detail tho operations of his The mow tory and encouraging than were eu The receipts al the Treasury lor fiscal year November including fhe balance in the Treasury on the 1st df y ot December 1854 751 to 83 Tho for the period were 52 ing a balance in the Treasury on the November 1805 of No loans temporary or otherwise wire the past fiscal year at they vere not required by the wants of the Treasury The receipts during the past all sources excluding in sury on the first December were The ordinary for the sumo period including the in terest on tho public debt were- 512 28 showing an excess of receipts over nary expenditures of The for tho year were as follows the completion tho new Portage over the Allegheny mountains 12 to thw North Branch canal 687 the Columbia railroad to re-lay lo the payment creditors to the re loans 60 and to relie celled 00 The balance in the quired for tho payment of tho int will irest or Slate debt falling due in for unpaid appropriations The debt of the Commonwealth w became due in February and WHS promptly paid and it is state that the interest due in Fc will be with equal promp credit of ho Stale may be regard 36267 tr f dorh notes ness ck stic of the and on asl 5 to The d as established and with proper ecoromy n careful and honest management of her ces an annual reduction of her debt considerable extent may be confidently peeled There is due by the Treasury lo the S ing Fund the sum of lo ap plied to the redemption of tho relief notes now in circulation and to tho funded debt the Commonwealth Tho greater mrt of iho funded debt interest at the rate of five per cent per annum the bain ice a still less rate of interest But as rary Joans which by law are to first out of the available means of the nd a o a ex- STURROCK y b CO Bank not charged on State Relief notes put in circulation and not red December public debt Dece Increase ar d clot debt in three unfunded d ions on the Ji of the lust Jit ir General and viz 1855 Audit as follows Funded debt G per cent loir 5 4 debt Unfunded debt circulation atca Relief notes in Interest cor tiH crod Balance of loan o Balance of temporary loan o 9 1854 Total unfunded debt debt Total debt as above state comber 1 Total debt as above state 1851 live This statement exhibits year 10 paid ury bear interest at the rale of six per cert it has been deemed advisable as a matter of economy lo apply surplus revenues tj the payment of these loans When these are liquidated the amount due and properly op- to the Sinking Fund will bo and continued as directed by Taw Notwithstanding the revenues thq last four or five years have largely exceeded the ordinary expenditures of the yet in consequence of the largo und de- that during the fiscal year 30 wen Ith has been reduced ring he period large payments were made or the new railroad of the Columbia railroad poses These demigods the 1 Refusing Jo undertake of internal to He actual sionf practising econ of Ilie and disbursing a a rigid greatly the ex pen ordinary circumstances plus of to be of lie Although by the terms zing of 1 by ihei conditions of the c pursuance thereof the tim the of the mini lional with a due regard to the requires that provision s renewal or these loan w and as a loan cautu present financial condition terms more favorable to I on which these certifies would recommend that nu the bonds of Co of said certificates he of five per cent p semi-annually expiration of twenty ye be issued with cou interest attached in BU o the 00 00 J 72 fact ending of the and the Completion of the track nd for other ion the Treasury is promptly paid ny new schemes all of he my in- all nd holding the re- of ilie will mands upon the Treasury for of the North canal Portage road and other kindred improvements public debt instead of being reduced has been increased This with the amount and condition of the debt at periods will be in the following ments f i of thr funded and unfunded debt Commonwealth on the 1st day of 1851 at per report of the Auditor General Funded debt j G per coot 51 5 03 i ToUl 54 debt Relief notes in circulation Interest certificates outstanding unclaimed Interest on outstanding and ed Certificates when funded Domestic 4 9.75291 32 74 83 Total debt December 39 Statement showing of tlie Common wealth on the 1st day of December Auditor General's report Funded debt per cent loans i 5 4 1854 8532 100 Total funded debt Unfunded vfz j Relief nolle B in Interest certificates u unclaimed ed certificates when funded creditors certificates Palance of temporary loan of April 4941 6300 31 82 4838 13 per 0493 0937 00 00000 91490 36100 38 1 560 87097 707 61 000 00 435 67 19 1853 Balance of temporary loan of May 9 1854 Total unfunded debt and rary loans 84 forward Brought To these should be the jng relief notes noi included in notes in Relief notes made tlie Lancaster on the day si of Febr each year at be designated This in form and es it is holders s of the ng and prompt ex of the will be so advantageous I out increasing the liabifit wealth ns to induce a wil hange at n premium for to be issued condition o-f the general operation and ll for the past fisc lo you in the repor aggregate the public works November 30 1855 w The nary and extraordinary amounted to cess of receipts The extraordinary pay excluding lavin the south track o 00 port were 869 dinary expenditures were Aggregate receipts BS above Ordinary Net for the fisc The sum of into the Treasury road company on tonnage passing ov amount largely exceeds l same companies in 1854 I to inform you avoid the inclined plane has not been r anticipated Tl of this work has convenience to the busin and a loss lo revent The the original tion and the al Legislature for coni sum cohering after the expenditure of whole the road is pny iho amount appropriate ished and to complete the further s as now estimated quired Either the have been very made or large and extravagant I AGITATION OP THE Sep 1851 35 t including unpaid t day of December dl as per report was 93 54 April May 15 i- 47 prosecution o the business further its Treasury fro hailed with All hough Branch has pot bee present Supt year to thi and industry The laboc i rendered mo an BEG THURS DAY HOMING JANUARY 17 1856 d i this improvement As aiding i he main line reducing and relieving i of its easure the of the old work large quantity of ro roots placed ar by s and w lives in lures pnd under ve an Annual to the re- f the net ale stock as also issued in period is op- o Co m mo ea 11 h of ho State mid be made for ion To redeem ild become be in of the country on State than those s were issued 1 be given to wealth in re- interest at r payable on or after Iho rs and the ons s equal in amount the defective menfs rapidly u construction it is It of Represent amount to ration the in was al he The n mount dually since t lint pet od as a of the a is excess of motes of yet VV ce of m less re as t it is pot mat and p debt and n the b ed i he admit w arly completion citizen lie close of expected yet this realize i of the during fnd put in successful the highest hjr that skill energy could accomplish has been be per was great arrd d of ks trees of the canal and used in to escape almost d and renrdered a rei in many places lls successful com- soon be announced e report of the Com made a banks the shoul the dema represent quire the In the and 1949 hat entire put in of canal urn of on the pears from the reports Engineer and Cunal 52 being art river the original 2 and tho not h such fuels before us of this canul er of surprise thai fhe cople are burdened With I for tin works W I CO ie s city o of ncf of the of Ma ic sn sale of the mum after giving the notice ised the same to be at- the Ex- No of- le and consequently ithe work? payable y and August in uch place as may he bonds proposed works their receipt and ex- 1 year will be pre- of the Canal Com- j at Treasury the year ending 7 JL es including ir same period 8 showing un ex- 1 expenditures of for the same 0 00 paid for re- tho Columbia the 42778 The orT 40 d Set of the cl as dir so id nc action a a our p he sen led proposals for puin jcted by the nnd the proposals the id final disposition occasion presented my and policy of a sale of nation d irice JK cs of attempt n or e produce s ich a result ought to be i by a the Legis ature opnjute o this and cdji'neeled with it 1 cannot forbear to As apj express n has here improvements n merits I hen expressed In relation to this in inn hr s not civilised On the experience of tho nnd of the question in its ati relations have con- ed it That State ve been separated from control of these year 25 has been paid Pennsylvania rail companies as r their roads This e sum paid by the hat the rail rood to on the Allegheny as was con- inf the com- much in- of the main line of the is largely ex- tes for its const rti of 00 Vast session of the work of lit he In last of the public required by I posed io pub change in th fera were ma remain or invite section of thi ceived are he lure for their Having on views of the this brunch repetition of becomes unn subject my f he careful exam economical a firmed nnd s should long the history ol clearly and public se every co interest perfect chart of the nu I adverse it ed tho recent lies have bee Ic yet of the rights at same t chasers To reduce people from and To ily and certa of our public ant and nti State under menl of lite Public are but little mode than sufficient to pay interest of her debt and the ordinary expenses of the government A sale of the and upon ler a begi tion lhat wot debt and In every me desirable the The cur re to banking a subject tin lure for new ing capital sented to n tention SI of L if so to wh are J their arid demon Public policy of future sale The late f im- sotne of provisions the salo together with of rival interests to sell n be removed and a on terms amply protective nnd interests of the people and me liberal to the the Stale debt and relieve are objects of the these objects nly a sale of the whole or part improvements The revenues of tlie be present system of e works for a fair ns and liberal would the process of Id free our Commonwealth people fi sure cal ults I w ncy of i and their increase I demands careful and t From the notice given of ded app lo the an increase of anking c t extent of uncompromising bos an increase pf cover the necessity l that wou hnt may frt of 66 be of money USD lion of all the ed by a munity in nol be refu should The nee of banks s actual wan number of of I in the 1 bu r of old y bus hich the ed unde easily Toi lould be s of legit lers and ex consequent taxation lo produce theie II cheerfully co-operate o Slate in its bis will doubless be id urged upon your at- all the of banks and the pital be Increased ahd and in what public interest j o assume a general a to or to ig capital I cannot ires d justify the be den anded from tne The ir corporation of new or nd solvent banks when ry and clearly iness wants of the com- maybe should r no other circumstances incorporation be permitted increasing the number more by imale trade thim by ns ond the wild fancies peculators The sudden of the currency und tends to be done i first opt it lire this as ir nl reform from a n and morn Ibl i dent off has Iv proper present i great pi AI it is my now ciency ir menus o The tendency not disa o propriety The Slate in of public of largely the deep our educ The r effected of leach in school t every cf them b results and Teacher place to uing fro slep in their pr nothing vide ar wants o If in ures th and the large a tion to VINO OF WISDOM PUBLISHERS PROPRIETORS d prevented In of Irue interests Slate and be consulted and and as ip number locality and ids of- be exnrcistd by their lives sentiment does not or do pu id or private re- of numerous banks present condition of the of revenues he Stale in the taxes now imposed by law a premium should be required to be I or that fter be chartered or by y disapprobation of a practice that obtained extent of lames of members of the in bills pending before ie incorporation of brinks and other Such a practice is pernicious t bo loo strongly condemned It independence of tlie m to unjust suspicions and stamps mess at least bis legislative Legislation should be free the appearance of improper every undue and in- ids or Legislative resisted arid condemned of more ordinary con- that the first us il is I pursuit has in its vindicated its own im- tud assumed in public esteem the position to which it is so justly en- as it docs tbc using ture as c them lor perils the exposes h pre even and in should be the noble giess of port mice honorable tilled C turn of 01 nnd com i of vari ind ly Tho re Seh lion and past year c the The of detailed a and gaining lie confidence of pie Under tlie fostering care of liberal enlightened can now and hesitate to express the opinion that corne for this prompt full and action tho integrity oT the sy ifs yreat purposes and its bo mai changed changed only to efficient und lo increase its for greater usefulness Whatever else rimy dis- your present sess lit jo lo predict that more will result from longing to both S the same to the Leg opinion of the been obtained nhd I do not ho decisive ender it on it is honor an I benefit ion of the common r great mechanical crehl interests it should over be as he chiel source of and First in necessity it is si in usefulness of nil the sustaining and promoting in d and multiplied relations all of the country Our nd prosperity is upon the success of agricultural of the Superintendent of Com- ola will lo you operations of t the during the To and useful the I would ask on of the Legislature and of llin system ns Our of education than any other exercise of your powers In ibis I would commend to your attention the Pennsylvania Training School for Idiotic Feeble-Minded dren Iho aid of the has heretofore been extended to this is a noble charily nnd appeals to the beat feelings of iho heart It deserves lo share bounty of the Stato The and the Dumb in Philadelphia invite pathy nnd nsk to share of the Common wealth They should not bo disappointed The blind in their the dumb in the gift and bless the generous donor Legislation in relation ito all of moral und soda reform should bo carefully and wisely considered matured On no subject within the of the nnd no more deeply class of society laws as a general rule are of doubtful and of nhd of the can be justified on ground of necessity Whilst this is ad- it cannot bo denied thai re- from creale a necessity Ibr and legislative acts and of intoxicating To extent this bo by positive law on ibo will of own und may bo own opinion or that of Ilie Legislature or the people in reference to iho session to restrain tLe sale of it bo full lUrn to l he in prior Io the passage of ilie law ik nol de- by enlightened public and would not promote ilie good ness of the communit in ood order nty t were imperfect nnd filled U or control the evils of lo is a proposition loo plain to be thai I i i i i i i so far ns When system WHS it supposed that it could forced inlo nnd vig by the more will of ihu Lfg has proven that in every oilier groat social and time and thai consent which in the popular mind ired This slow process of the new our has been in operation years and it is now ho another in- i of legislative aid and in ir noble system of common d Iu from his nnd necessary self if calculated lo the of people pose in view it shall receive my up port careful of the subject Icar conviction thai tho system is ired for and requires ils on in its and increased support of the County faithfully carried out has pointed the expectations of the ad- f measure The improved of the schools the greater 1 the system clearly established and of such al visit of an officer of school it to some of counties of connection County have demonstrated that the voice authority lo and the n official to encourage have to excite and maintain i merest now felt by in progress and improvement ost marked recently ibe system has been in its corps rs With dis- ness and to noble cause they are common achers af the Slate have in almost jnty been using nil tho means and s power for self im- These so creditable lo ve been beneficial in their I and clearly necessity with unerring lo the nt of Suite Normal meetings for a day given institutes for a week nnd these numerous Normal meetings n one to three months At every its il has become more thai permanent institutions per professors and appliances which jul the power of the Siale can demanded by and would meet system and the occasion addition lo or similar Legislature should feel measure has all sanction ibis ex- document can give make B dition to annual Slalo schools I believe all will which the patriotism of In our large cities and the ol were more severely fult ity and cheapness with were as a find nnd houses and places the of law was noil only but My in bis lasf annual message to the in to ihen says So far as to Iho of hey are peculiarly prejudicial to als and io have to tho of far restrain I fully Thirl a edy nil Whether tho Inw of the last session remedy it h not my province now to by act my n people us iho of nil political power und their tives ns tho immediate of their will upon you will devolve the ity of legislation jf any ori this sub- ject Ii nil its j economical cal nnd moral question is lant and iis proper involves fearful i H and t should receive If action is had may we not it will led to the Legislature Having at the office lo their representative lion to questions our politics reiten lion now will not IMS ex- To opi lions expressed now 3 ou are ferred i To maintain in integrity the of our the t general great a liberty and free govt humar doctrine of Nationality are objects can ci devotion 10 that awaken izen In obedience lo representatives of tl Lo perform dulies tpon you As a nate branch of the government il will bo alike riy duty nnd will the ahd re i communicate As General s induction and my sentiments in ic and Union of the civil and religious leges of the with caro essential principles of freedom and vindicate by a true and home and country lie the patriotism and claim the energies and tho heart of every he requirements of tho Constitution and laws of tho State as the e you have he highland responsible unite wl h you in iho enactment of all such Taws aa is tbq and be honor ami prosperity of Com- Ith a sole desire for public d by a spirit of enlarged and nnd guided by thai wisdom p which i hath iis begi in Him fear of God may in action be di- the of ob- ind to tho promotion of that ness w tho tr 15 liar A n a lace bridal nets n ty a silk fl ress e glory of a and a freR arid POLLOCK isburg January 1 O 7 if Extravagance ia Cress Dealer scarf worth f iress for not sold cros Vom and are soda n a walk A dollars is u common price gown In u us a I frightened our prud which would jut grand mot hers nnd an- A spends annually her milliner maker and n isum thai have supported an entire household oven iin her iu ilb in of Mrs A dollars a year ta considered wo are told narrow in- fur purposes am jing those ing to be in in some of Add to this Inure for opora tickets for a summer trip he springs and for a score of ct and tha reader comparatively wanton isU of carried on year after year by if not tons of thousands of American wornon And fur what 1 Uo enlarge he such as will promote I and true interests of our I i ic morality nd nnd uniform not b or elevate spendthrift system their character j by this i hie deteriorate nil bestow additional on The very reverse for lo sustain ex- the fat bur or as iho caso ba toila lulu his and often is driven iulo wild that iu Do win the approval of l he other sex 1 was the of runy worthy secured by a pf dress Ml thai is to gratify The lering of one of tno most of hurran vices is only of spendthrift h iMiss herself on having outshone hpr rival laces nt somo grand soiree or worn mun thai the she reaps by tho of thousands Can the pampering of such benefit h'M or others for such triumphs is given to diamonds imd dross arc little io bo wives or lo be companions for men or of children Roman matrons sunk lo a similar con- dition Rome began iVom thai hour to de- for our country such painted a Ajas women who whose souls are people should Local special encouraged when the object can by al laws Such legislation is not jonly local and in i's character but frequently act of session being re- pealed the net of ibo next perhaps replaced by one more objectionable turn soon of its predecessor It crowds the statute book with useless and unnecessary private and uniformity of aud sessions of the lature nnd increases public Our general laws regulating highways and bridges and for the support and employment of ilie poor n well for the of those and yet under the system of we find in townships of the same county local sub- nol only differing m from general from one Reform ibis regard is and I of the women however of A r i ea U u I u influence on society is greater than fur to extravagance und vanity a tion which asserts fur socially a superiority over the rest of women this Superiority so undeserved to partly because of claim to and because of their parent wealth They airy ihus practically give a lone to society at large In circles less in country and even in western farm bouses and vanity is copied till iu land jrc ti irt they can not suv iu hall the kindles upon their dress in With too m the person takes culture To be showily dressed moment than lo e und intelligent If continued for a not re will be having and abandoned should milled again lo sully records live action It val can been lot be per of By a resolution of the duly of 1855 I was Attorney General his o the Stale of New York o from the linion of right of io water from tho natural bed and channel of river io tho the of said river be- Ix rt tavern in who was pin true dozen guests who I he best of all of flow so tij In run ou I've bo graceful r will all this end er generation phia Ledger A ipate a period whe will slep slabs of walnut t nd of The constitution rate lo withstand inflictions every day it physician says I n ilw portion Of forth witli our must be in any degree tho of ihei corset No animal small sat a farmer I nnd bantered by over a ie former ut I've got i V krd c t fool white in a d -4
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