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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

DRUGS AND MEDICINES! ylflyIIf$4WfiBffOJSyil i LE, PA. }J rpHE subscribers have constantly <fl|W X on hondatth?irDruffStoro,inLaw- ^firir rericeville, a Urge and well selected stock JHfw of DRUBS, fa* of every description . tSc9 used by Physicians in the conritry, anjFalTthe most popular PATENT MEDICINESof the day, which we offer for sale at 1 prices which cannot fail to salt those who .ro&y favor ub with a call. Among our Patent Mcdiaines may be found (he following: , • Mar chant's Gargling Oil; Jaynt'tExpectorant, Alterative, Pilft, Pills, Ac; Mqfial's Bitter) and Pills; Fitche's silver plated Abdominal Support, en, Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and all the medicines prepared by Mm for hit private practice; Brant's Pximonary Balsam and Purifying Extracts: Ayre's Cherry Pectoral; Rogers'' Syrup of Tar and Canchalague; DUlow's Heave Cure; Andrew's Pain Killing Agent; Truth's Magnetic Ointment; Dr. Christie's Galvanic Btlts, Ifc; Houghlon't Artificial Pepsin; Blake's Aromat...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

WELLSBORO' FOUNDRY and machine Shop. THE subscriber having rented, the interest of Leri Chabback in-the Wellsborongh Foundry, is now prepared to manufacture most kinds o machinery—such as Mill Cranks, Mill Gearing, Slides, Balance-Wheels, Shafts, Pullies, $c, <fc. Machinery of all,kinds repaired on short notice, by experienced workmen, and on reasonable terms. Ploughs. The attention of Formers is particularly called to our assortment of-Ploughs, which are unsurpassed by any other Foundry in the State. Our Ploughs consist in part of the celebrated Chobbuck Plough, .No. 5. do. do. ¦ do. 4. Dutcher do. Blackley Plough. Corn do. * Side Hill do. The Side Hill Plough is the only Plough that will torn equal furrows on either side, and plow, on level ground. Staves, Stoves. An extensive assortment of Stoves will be kept constantly on hand, embracing the best kinds now in use, a description of which he will give in a further advertisement. CALDRON KETTLES, Seven and Five Pail Kett...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

DOCTOR YOURSELF! The Pocket J^sculapins: OR, EVERY ONE HIS. OWN FHYSIGIAfi rflHE Fiftieth- Edition, ^§|§V X with One Hundred En- ^P^a^^KV graving*, showing Diseases IKr JSk ^St and Malformations of the Hu- Bf j4fi»_\», man System in every shape USI AulGSjfn. \Q and form. To which is addedJH |M» |Hg* 9 a Treaties on the Diseases ofM ijHlBffl ^ifl Females, being of tho highest '^ CSHHB /|9 importance to married people, WvfilHfV /$ or those contemplating mar- WKSK&^j^ " °ge- ^&&z2§&kW By Ww Young, M. D. 2f^ Let no father be ashamed to presenta copy of the .ajscuupius to his child. It may savo him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations of married life without reading the .Pocket jEscolafius. Let no one suffering from a hncknied Cough, Pain in tlte side, restless nights, nervous feelings, and the whole train of Dy speptic sensations, and given up by their physician, be another moment without consulting the jEsc...

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Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

Custom Boot & Shoe Shop, AT M. Sherwood's old stand, where the Sears' Boys continue to ^ make, mend, and measure to' order, at as low prices as the .times will admit. . • All work warranted—to wear out in a year or so —and nol rip or come to pieces 'til) it does wckr out. ' Hides Wanted. CASH will : be paid for any quantity of bides at the highest market price. July 13,1854. GEO. W. BEARS. Glftves and Hosiery. A FULL stock of Gents and Ladies Kid, Silk and Lisle Thread Gloves; also, o. fall assortment of Hosiery, just received by Oct. 27,1853. JONE8 & ROE. Blake ' s Patent Ohio PIRE RROOF PAINT.—20 barrels of the -L genuine article, just- , received and for sale at much leu than former prices, at ' July 13,1854. J0NE3 & ROE'S. Ladies ' Shoes. A LARGE ^assortment of Boets, Gaiters, . Butkins Slippen, &c; also,Children's Shoes of every description, now on hand and for sale at much less than former prices by July i3, ' l854. , JONES & ROE. DE...

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

ZINC PAINTS. One third cheaper than White Lead, and free from all poisonous qualities. rpHE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY -*- having greatly enlarged their works, and improved the quality of their products, are prepared to execute orders for their Superior Paints, Dry, and ground in Oil, in assorted packages of from 25 to 500 poupds; also, Dry, in barrels, of 200 lbs. each. Their While Zinc, which is sold dry or ground into, iswarranled PURE and unsurpassed for body and uniform whiteness. A method of prepcrationJias recently been Discovered, which enables tlio Company to warrant their paints to keep fresh and soft in Ihe kegs for any reasonable time. In this respect their paints will bp superior to any other in the ma^iet^ Their Brown Zinc Paint, which is sold at a low price, and can only be made from the Zinc ores from New Jersey, is now well known for its protective qualities when applied to iron or other metallic surfaces. Their Stone Color Paint possesses all the properties of t...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

STEARNS' Self-Setting Mill Dogs. npHE undersigned having purchased the x right of using the abovo Af ill Dogs in Tiogo. county, would *nnnunno to the public gthcrally that ho ia ready to famish them lit short notice, to any part of iho «county, on the most reasonable terms, and warrant them to s«t correct from half an inch to two"inches in thickness. They are the cheapest and the most durable Dog in ¦ use. They are very simple in construction, consequently very easily kept in repair. They can be UBed for two BiLWs in a gate just as well on for one. Terms, 850.00 per sett for one saw, (the man owning the mill finding tho hendblocks and boarding the men while putting them in) and 855.00 for two saws. N. B.—All orders promptly attended (0. D. B. WILCOX. Wkllsborodob, Dec. 51853. , I would say that we have need the above desciibed Mill Dogs for about four months, and onr sawyers like them much and think them prefers ble to any they hsvo used. 8. E. KNSWORTH. 1 have a set of the abov...

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

How to Mend a Chain Pump.—The chain with its plugs, you know, is an endless one, going over a pully at the top, down outside the pump into the water in the well ; then over a pully under the water at the lower end of the pump tube, thence up the tube Now if the chain / parts, it is difficult gelling one end over the lower pully and ' up th6 oilier side, unless you take up the pump to do it. Take a strong string of. sufficient leugth to reach from thebottom of the lower pully to the surface of Ihe waler in the well; tie a cork to one end of it and tie the other end to the chain. Then winding the siring around the cork put it into the tube, and let the chain fallow it down. As soon as it gets down under the pully, the cork will rise to the top of the water in the well, from which it may be hooked up. Tl)e chain will be hauled up with Ihe string, and the two ends may (hen be fastened together in the usual way.—Me, Farmer.

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

Perpetual Motion Discovered at Last, THE subacriber having been appointed agent by S. W. Pafne for the sale of the Rose & Peck Improved Direct Action Water . Wheels, would say to the owners of Saw Mills in Tioga county, that he is ready to furnish the above mentioned Water Wheel it Wolbiboro', at any limo after this date, on the most reasonable terms. Thcso Wheels are warranted to do the best business with tho least 'rpuJntily of water of any Wheel in use, (except ari Overshot.) The great advantages of, these wheels over all others is the manner W which Hie water is applied to the wheel, is such that there cannot be any * waste of walc"f,the gates or sheets regulating Uxe quantity. Tho gate is so constructed that it shuts nlrriost perfectly tig ht. Qnanlity of water required under eight feet head, 130 square inches, under 20 feet head, ^0 inches; all heads between these in. proportion. All wheola warranted Jo perform according, to. recommendation, if they do not we tako ...

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

To Remove Masks Fhom Tames. —Hot dishes sometimes leave whitish marks- on varnished tables, when set as they should not be, carelessly upon them. To remove it, pour some lamp oil on the spot and rub it hard with a soft cloth. Then pour on a little spirits, and rub it dry with another cloth, and the white mark will disappear, leaving the table as bright as before. To Irsvrb Health fob Cbildbek. Give them plenty of milk; plenty of flannel; plenty of air, and let them have plenty of sleep; and they will seldom, if ever, ail anything: That Is, milk is their best diet j'Hhe' y must be warmly clothed; must be much out 6f doors'; and must be always allowed to sleep on until they awaken of their own accord.

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

To Clean Fkatuehs.—Take for every gallon of clear water, one pound of fresh made quick lime, mix them well togeiher, and let it stand twenty-four hours, then pour off the clear liquid. Put the feathers inio a tub, and pour over them enough lime water to thoroughly cover them. Stir them briskly and rapidly Tor a few minutes, and leave them to soak for three days. Then remove then) from the lime water, and thoroughly rinse in clean water, and spread to dry. They will dry belter where a draught of air can reach them ; and should be spread very thinl y, and frequently moved, until they are quite dry. This plan may be 'used, either for now fea-(hers, or for such as have become heavy or impure by age or use.

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

91 A BARRELS PORK, for sate by ^ the barrel &Xrk or pouud,at. M. M. CONVbKS.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 20 July 1854

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

TERMS OF gtpIilCATOOW Tnf Aoitator it publithedncry,Thursday Morn iJmd f*rni»htd to ,ulscriber, at *1 .50iper op. ' i odo-«A« «<ar. ' No tid>»<Sriprtoti taktn for 0 iMr-«r period Won #i* numlfo, and wA«» /f ««t Urn fc strictly qikeHSlot No met «»? Ifd^antinued.nrtl laid M «^t) «' tW«m o/ . «* « «^or. (o/ fourteen «"" " u '?U° r iht A r " or ttr " T' Mcutite {nMKbM. «ni 25 cent* for c*ers »»o,t . mT.itl one r«"-'y arf«r ti»«|«"»t •»«»««« at a tta-' lambU ditcoata on tht foregoing rain. ¦ • IP- ira««rt <f( ii) . erti«i«g- :jwj(olle .ft aivaMt. fTTjniettcrtmvttler pi»t;paia. , Tc I, JE AV E:B HOU8 B, (Lalt Grapti' Hotels) .- . 'WKLISBORQUOH, TIOGA COUNTY, PENNA. J une 8,1854, P. P. ' CLEAVER, Proprietor. S. F. WULSOW. CT Removed to James Lowrey's Office. »A8. IiOWREY & 8. F. WH-SOJT, A TTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT •"• LAW, will attend the Courts of Tioga, Potter *nd McKean counties. 4 Well»l>orough, Fob. 1, 1853. johST*. bache, a tt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

HMnyiilUL From GUatm't Pictorial OB. SMITH'S ADVENTURE. BY F. A. DUHIVAGE ' . On a very pleasant June morning, a handsome young map of twenly-twQ, or ihereabouts, fashionably attired, and wilh that pensive, melancholy air, which woll became his dark eyes and wavy'locks, and Which marked him as a poet of :lh,e Byion schooled rejected lover, or an unlucky gamester, or a briefless atlorney, or whatever you will, for melancholy wraps her dark mantle round many shoulders in this dreary world of ours; a handsome, melancholy young man, we say, interesting enough to flutter the hearts of a whole boarding school, was strolling along through a pleasant lane in one of the rural counties of England,. He had come down by the LfOndon coach, aud while waiting for a conveyance to (ak0 him across ihecounlry to the- place of bis i destination, thought to amuse himself by ajbrief ramble. He paused now and then to gather a fragrant rose, or a bunch of hawiiiorn from a hedgerow ; bathe tossed aw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

yMliilliil Hijnts for Jane huA July. Examien carefully your grafts and budded trees. See that they are not robbed of their due proportions of aap, by shoots on the stock below. If you have trees that are shy bearers, pinch off the terminal shoots when they have attained about one half or two-thirds their usual growth, in order to develop the fruit buds for another .season. It has been found a.good practicaHn .young orchards just come into bearing, to takeoff a large proportion of the blossoms that may set, thatthey may bear every year, instead of evflry two yeora, iic is usual with apples. The apple tree left to bear freof y^xhausts the materials for a fruit crop elaborated the previous season, and as (hero is not usuall y lime after the ripening of the fruit, for i'.s vessels to develop the fruit buds for another years, before the falling of the leaf; the consequence is,.that usuall y the apple tree bears it sfull crop'every other year. Cherry trees mature their fruit so ...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

Gkee.\ Peas fob Winter Use.—Tho lovers of greeu peas will be pleased to learn that they can be preserved for winter use by simply gathering them at the proper time for using them green, shelling them and drying them in the shade, arid whon well cured and perfectly dry, packing them away for use. When required for use, they should first be immersed in warm water for ten or twelve hours, which will render (hem as tender and deliciously succulent as when taken from the vines. The best method of preaervirig therh after they.liavo been thoroughl y cured by the above process, is to put them into close jars, or bottles. In this way ' not only green peas, but green beans and green corn may be had the year round. Gravies axd Fkied Meats. — If fried pork must be used as an article of food, to some extent, do not suffer the drippings or fat to be placed upon the table for gravy. Turn it out, leaving but a spoonfilHir two in the skillet, then pour in water or niilk, and thicken while boiling,...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

V Advice to Houtewiirot. -% • . r -— ¦ - •- - ¦ ¦ Briuannia should first be raBbed gently *itfr«Pwiwferi'ftfbfn * afl 'a jweet oH, ihep wihed in'#arrt WdVand tiibbeil " #1 soil tofther beauty t6 «$&« • .; ;, t .J *! ¦ •, .• ;) Mot: 10 cw?l ii ffl -j i L.< .'-vv« <t , vmi << jMsa ! good j)^ to pot new, |airthenw« .re into cold water and let it hej^g adua|lyj ; t jin .liljtboi . ls, then cool again^, Br ^nearlhenware,pftrti( 5u]arl3!i7«J»F betougheoetl^iijbis wa' jr ^ A habdfull of rye, or, wheat >br«P, thrown in while it ja .botliqg, will preserve the glazing, so thai it wiil not be destroyed by acid or salt, ' ¦ ' .„' . . - , . Clean a brassvessel wijh salt and vinegar , before using;it fof.eookjflg.... .. 2 - r .. . The oflener carpets ^re shaken t|te longer they will wear. ...The dirt (hat collect* under ' ihem grinds out the threads. • . -v If yoti .*tsh to preserve fine leel h, alwayi clean them thoroughl y after you have eaten your...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

'• ' Mfiman fcite. [¦ • '• - ';!i - ',-Jr.Cfl:: .. V 11 A ,' .. . l.'-Wlfi * ; ,-:Hew6n4hn»wi(hiift:i ' i) j i N !' Abrtath j tUoaart, ¦ } ¦' . ¦ ,., ,. v ..•* \ (Sorvi)e to all the ekiey influences) * ', " ¦" • ' That dost this battftiife^ ' where Htou^eeVii , ' ' , ,• • Hourly afflict: MitSff'ihoasrt atatlft'lGoFjV 4 " ^ For him them labet'it by. thy flight to stori.* ~ i ' . ' And yetrun'st toSYQKl fnm still: Theu ar< notnobla For all the accomrnpdations that IhoubcM' st .. ' ;, , : Aro nursed by biscafes: Thou ait by ap means vol. io' nt> ¦ r 'T " ' '" . ¦' , Tot thou dost fimr^tho »ofl and tender fork ¦ 01 ' a poor worm:. 1'hj.best uf test Ib kleop, . And Lhat, tbouoflprovokest > . ¦'• ' •• tfhou art not thyself F.ar Own oxislcsl fj^maaj thousand grains - Thnt issue outoMititt: Happy ihqu. art not, , . For what Uioulia^t not, still.tii ' oa alriv'el to get; And B > liat;Uibd I hii(t-,&rge{'8t: 33«m ilrt'lipt cert«jn; For thy odiriple*rtn ...

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

Arc I*eac|ic<t ashes of any Value to Land? To be surejhey are, but of much less value than unleached. TheiJeaching takes away from it all that is soluble in water, such as potash, soda and common sail. At least two thirds of the ingredients composing the ashea of hard wood, is left unchanged." This con> sists of lime, magnesia and phosphates &c. In applying it more in quantity is needed than before leaching. The value of pshesasa manure, is not sufficiently known or. appreciated. Much of the land in this country needs it. It; will not qnswer as a substitute in all cases. Whatever is wanting in the soil, that must be g iven it * If- it is found in plaster, ihen use it. Ashes, may may contain it, then it answers equally well. The elements of the-two are quite dif« ferent. Experience must .decide when an analysis of soils cannot be had.—M'Kean Citizen.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 27 July 1854

T^PBIWl T^haridaV M^rnlnKTiraly 3T, 19M, r FORGOyKENOR, j JADES POLLOCK, of Nortlramnejrland FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, ' GEORGE DARSIE, of Allegheny. FOR SUPREME COtfoT, " DANIEL H. 8HYSER, of Montgomery Oar Village—Tloga and Temper. ance. Time-ate thousands who are born and reared in tlie midst of brick and mortar wilderness*^ instead of amid pleasant fields and grand old forest trees—who traverse hot and dusty streets, rifo with |tbe con. fusion of business, instead of cool, quiet and gravy paths, where nought but the sighing of the grateful winds and the sweet and constant gush of bird music greet the ear; and who creep out of theishndow of their brick and marble palaces once a year to rev. el in the sweets of country air and country Sue. It is to some of these thousands that we feel constrain, ed to speak of our village and its surroundings, ai in every way worthy of their consideration when they turn their &ces oountryward. Welhborough is a pretty village, of perh...

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