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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
Wellsboro ' High School For YOJJNG LA DIE?. MRS. IttcWAHOJ«, Oxisted . by Mr.nfe. Maiion) will open a School for Young Ladies on Monday, February IS, 1655, in the first bouse south of B. B. Smith, Erq. A few popils can be ac coinmodttted with rooms in Ihe sa,me building, io wfaiclt they can boo/d, ihemtehes. TERMS: ' - * ' Common English Branches, $3,00 Hiff her - • . » ....* 4,00 | French, Latin and Greek with any of above. 5,00 ' Foe fruitier parlliulars, enquire at tha residence of REV. ISAAC McMAHON., - Wellsboro" Jan. 11.1855-4w. DRIED APPLES, PEACHES and.PERRIES Tor sale by [June 22.1' " V. tjASE.
Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
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Id= 87 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
cfflHL'tt: K1\OW THYSEIvP!" An JawWifl* BookMp tjMi^-" ,Sver^ Famly 2SC^^ - x CT ^ iin ' :n' IN LESS 9r- v -"-'- fSm t^^- THAN, A YEAR, f A '/s^ V r"^fiflr ' ' new t ' edition, - retlied Im^UW • ,- ~' and improved, jast isiR,V$l)K^PH"S' ««^ M^oli *ni Hina BoQk tot the Afflicted—Containing, an ootlineoftne origin, piogressi treatment and care df every faro of disease obntr»cte,a by promiscnoo* sexual In srcoarse, by self-abuse or " by sexual exctw, with id. vice for iheir prevenltoo, written in a. familiar sljle, avoidine oil inedicaj technicalities and everything that wiuld offijnd the car of decency ; with an cotline of complaints incident to females, ftom there, suit .of twenty years' uuece*sful practice, exclusively demoted lo the cure of diseases of a delicate" or, private nature. A ' .- To which U Added receipts for the enre of tha above diseases, and a treatise on the causes, symp; toms and cure of the FEVER abd AGUE. Talimony bf tht Proftttor of ObsUtiiei in the Perin...
Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS. At Bowcii's Empire Store. CALL •!»' see the best and largest stock of Good* ever offered to the public. Consisting of dry g oods, groceries, hard.ware, WOODEN-WARE, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, and a large stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING! I flatter myself lhat I can drees a man lo particular Jill in all cases who desire the ready-made. Tno Ladies are invited lo call and examine the richest and best assortment of DRESS GOODS ever before offered in market—which I am prepared to aell at prices that cannot fail to suit WelKborough Sept. 12, 1854. ARNOLD'S Bakery and Variety Store. BOd lON. MILK, BUTTER & Common CRACKERS, Fresh Baked, by the lfo., or bbl. Family Baking, and Partios, furnished al short notice. Deals also in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN i- DOMESTIC, GREEK $ DRIED FRUITS CASSH paid lor Butter, E?g°, Cheese, Lard, Grain and other products of the Farm. W. J. ARNOLD, Agt RUFUS ARNOLD. Corning, N. Y., Aug., 3,1854-tf. TO THE PUBLIC. T DEEM ...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
NEW GRO4 £RV , PROVISION STOEE, AND OYSTER SALOON. ' T HOYT would mnsr respect full y inform ** • the citizens of Wcllaboro 1 and Vicinity, that he has just opened a Grocery and Oyster Saloon one door below Cleaver's Hotel, where he will be happy to furnish families with all kinds of Groceries as cheap as the cheapest Sngore, from the finest white down to the cheapest brown. Ten. Coffee, Rice, Soap, Candles, &&, of the best quality, constantly on hand. OYSTERS Fresh from the mini, served up in the best style atall reasonable hours of the day and night. CTDon't forget Ihe place. Wellsboroueh, Nov. 9,1854. Carpeting, ^ &c. ly HE subscribers have just replenished iheir •*- itock of Carpeting, end now feel justified in saying that their Carpet Ware Room excels in quantity, quality, variety, richness and beauty, that of any other in this country, and as to prices we are confident they are as low as any establishment this side of New York city. OIL CLOTHS,!WIND...
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
MEW SPRING dOODS! rI~MIE subsculwrs nre now opening their -L stock of GOODS for the Spring Trade, com. prising a full and complete assortment, and of the usual variety, which will, as heretofore, be sold a to very small profit lor READ Y PA Y. Being dclermined not lo be undersold by our neighbors, our goods are marked at the lowest figure; and we invilc a comparison of our goods and prices with any other in tlie market. Among the assortment of DRY GOODS will be found a great variety of Ladies' Dress Goods consi»ling in part of Btreges, Berege Delanes,all-wool Delanes, Lawns, plain and printed; Ginghums, English, Scotch and American ; Poplins, Prints of all shades and colors, a good stock of SILKS. Also, for men's wear may be found Broad Cloths, Cassiineres, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, silk, salin and summer Vestings. Also, Sheetings, Shirtings, bleached and brown, Tickings, Summer Goods for boys' wear, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Cotton Batten, with a variety of other rticlcs too nume...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
Chairs, Chairs, Chairs. T)ES[DES n vnriply of nil other kinds of *-> of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, the subecribcr has four ' different Blyles of BLACK WALNUT CANE SEAT CHAIRS, which he is selling at cost prices. Also. Two different patterns of Mahogany Spring Seat Chairs, and Mahogany Rockers. •and three patterns rf S<fus. Also, Rosewood, Curl Maple, and CommOn chairs of all kinds. E. D. WELLS. Lawrenceville, Nov. 16,18S4. Horse for Sale. CTORSE, Pedlar Wogon and Harness for - 1-- 1 - 8ale by the subscriber, cheap for Cash or ap provorl paper, separatel y, or together. Tho horso is a good, serviceable animal. [Oct. 5.] r W. P, BAILEY. MERINOES AND PARAMATAS.—Lal'X dlej Olve y01, Becn lnose c| leRp Morin»es and Paramatas and Plain and Figured Detains, at WclUboro', Nov. 1.1854,, JONES &. ROE'S. Worth Seeing! THE splendid assortment ol Gonds lhal tlie subscribers are now daily receiving is realy worth a oall to examine. They have jurat returned from New York with...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
. , COltVEKS' ximporium 01 * asmon. AND ' * CHEAP CLOTHINGAc. ]Vf. M, CO.N,YER3;haS ju£t received Iron, ITir- New Jx prk, the . largest and most carefully selected assortment of ¦ ' CLOTHS,;VESTING, CASSIMERS SATINETTS, TRIMMINGS, &c., ' ever Vonght Into this country, which he will len for »i»dt rat cheaper than aayoiier esttbiUhtnnt Hit stock comprises,;* general assortment « every variety of Clothing, ftom a-low price up. SUMMER COATS—bT Men and Boys-a lire, assortment. ¦ DRESS, FROCK AND SACK COATS—o( eve. ry description, size and color. PANTS—every st yle and quality. ^fSJSr 0 / 8 "'' 8tyle . ' «>"»: »n« description. SHIRTS, Under.Shirt», Drawers, Collars, Orei. Alls Over-Shirts, Suspenders, Gloves, Umbrellas Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, together with lots of SELF-ADJUSTING STOCKS&c.t &c , HA*S A]»l> CAPS, of every descri ption—the largest assortment j n town. Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters, for Men, Boys, and Worrjen, a large varie ty....
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
CABINET MAKING. BT. VANHORN would inform (he cili-• zens of Wellsborough and vicinity, that he has purchased the interest of his partner, John S. liliss, in the above business, and will continue at the old stand, two doors east of JoneB*Store, to keen on hand and make to order all kinds of Cabinet Furniture—such as Sofas, Divans, Ottomans, Card, Centre, Dining i f Breakfast Tables. Dress Stands, Dress and Common Bureaus MAHOUONY &. COMMON WASH STAND8. Cottage, French and Common Bedsteaax, of every description, together with all articles nsually made in his line of business. From bis knowledge of the business he rlattcrs himself with the belief that those wjshine to purchase, would do well to call and eiamme his work before sending elsewhere lor an inferior article. COFFINS, of every variety, made to order, at short nntirr, and reahonable charges. TURNING done in a neat manner, at sliorl notice. TTJ Chairs! Chairs! flfj jL ^ Tn addition to the above, the snbscri. >...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
DOCTOR YOURSELF! The Pocket JEgcnlnpins : OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN THE Fiftieth Edition, ^^^g^^ with One Hundred En- /JKr s^^$s gravings, showing Diseases aK' JggL \ and Malformations of the Hn- IB/ ^mt VUi man System in every shape jj§/ £$^B3Bb \VB and form. To which is added Hi jflHTiHgl 19 a Treaties on the Diseases of|B| ijUff UnF* IB Females, being of the highest TO, CSBnHjtn lj& importance to married people, Wft'BBBBr ISfl or those contemplating, mar. ' TJJMJiSc^Jr By Wai Young, M. D. j&£l& . Let no father be ashamed to presents copy of the jEsculafius to Ilia child. It may save him from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obligations of married life without reading the Pocket .Vscuutrius. Let no one suffering from a hacknicd Cough, Fain in the sido, restless nights, nervous feelings, and ihe whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, aod given up by their physician, be another moment without consulting the iEsouLAFius. ...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
p * WELIiSBORO' ACADEMY. rVHE WINTER TERM of ihisr Itrstituifpn 1 will commence on the 28th day °f NoVember init, under the charge of Mr. NBWfiU*. JURE*. NOLDS, a graduate of Madison, OniTersilv,. . Mr- Reynold. ha» had cJtarge of tin* Ae»a«my for one term, and ha» given lliu- fur, universal satisfaction. •• . ¦ . , From the testimony received of hii character and qualifications, from hia experience in . teaching, and from hi» great success here and elsewhere, we cat* cheerfully recommend the School to the patronage « the ublic .; : < ' p . .. In addition to the branches usually taught in ¦ach Institutions, there will be a Teacher* clan, composed of tlmsa who intend to engage in the bnsi. ndis of teaching, which will receive particular attention and instruction, both Irom the Principal aoJ the County Superintendent of Common School*. , Arrangement liuve likewise been made to pro cure suitable Chemical and Philosophical Instrumentu, auch as are osed in the higher order...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
DRUGS AND MEDICINES! IN LAWRENCEVILLE, PA. THE Bubscribers have constantly dpBab on hand at their Drug Store, in Law. 'tan^ rcnceville, a large and well selected stock IRES of DRUGS, tfc, of every description 4Le9 used by Physicians in the country, and all the most popular PATENT MEDICINESof the day which we offer for sale at prices which cannot fail ot suit those who may favor ns with a call. ' Among our Patent Alcdicines may 'be found the following: MarchantU Gargling Oil; JayneUExpectorant,Al terotite . Pills, Pillt, Ac; Moffat't Bitten and Pills; FUche'$ stiver plated Abdominal Supportert, Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and all the medicines prepared by him for hit private practice; Brant's Pxlmonary Balsam and Purifying Extracts: Ayre's Cherry Pectoral; Rogers '1 Syrup of Tar and Canehalagvf; Dillow's Heave Cure; Andrtw't Pain Killing Agent; Trusk'i Magnetic Ointmrnt; Dr. Christie's Galvanic Belts, S, -c.; Houghlon't Art\fici*l Pepsin; Blake's Aromatic Bitters ; and all the most p...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
ZIJ\C PAIAT8. One third cheaper than White Lead, and free from all poisonous qualities. rpHB NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY ¦*- having greatly enlarged tlieir works, and improved the quality of their products, are prepared to execute orders for (heir Superior Paints, D;y, and ground ip Oil,in assorted packagesof from 25 to 500 ponrtdsjalso) Dryi in-barrels, of 200 lbs. each. Their White Zinc, which is sold dry or ground into, iswarranted PURE and unsurpassed for bod y and uniform whiteness. A method of preparation has recentl y been discovered, which enables the Company to warrant their paints to keep fresh and soil In the kegs for any reasonable time. In this respect their paints will be superior to any other in the maVket. Their Brown Zinc Paint, which in gold at a low price, and can only be made from the Zinc ores from New Jersfey, is now well known for its protective qualities when applied to iron or other metallic sur. faces. ' ¦ ' •« ¦• > ' W * i' - Their Stone Color Fai...
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
Fall and Winter Millinery Goods, for Read j-Pay. IJJtlH E snlwcriber .would ^~~^ « respectfully inform the cili. Vt ~^8l* e r zens of Wcllsborough and vicin- »>£3|£f5S^B 1 ily, that she is just receiving a !3S''^" jg^W NEW $ FASHIONABLE , ^^gajB^^^ MILLINERY GOODS, JW ^C consisting of BONNETS of every variety LADIES CAPS, CHILDRENS 1 HATS, BONNET LININGS, FLOWERS and RIBBUNS of every kind and quality, GLOVES, MITTS, EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS, UNDERSLEEVES, Handkerchiefs, Silks, Plain and Barred Muslins, Laces, Cotton and Linen Edging, and a variety of other things too numerous to mention. All of which can be obtained cheaper than elsewhere this side of New York city. The subscriber is now doing a Ready-Pay bnsiness, and would invite her friends to call and examine her (roods before making their purchases, as she is confident they cannot suit themselves better at anv other establishment. Work done on short notice and in the most approved style. She extends her sincere thanks...
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
Family Grocery 6c Provision STORE. THE subscriber would inform his friends and the citizeps of Tioga county generally, that he has just received a large and superior supply of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, SUCH AS Teas, Sugars by the barrel or otherwise, Coffees, Molasses, Stewart's Syrup, Rice, Pepper, Ginger, Saleratvs, Allspice, Indigo, Tobacco, Soap, Mould and Sperm Candles, Salt by the barrel or sack, Mackerel by the whole, I and J barrel, Codjish by the 100 or toingle pound, Flour, Cheese, Crackers, Butter J f E?Sa < together with every,, other article in the Grocery line, lower than enn be got at any otheT place in town, as he is determined lo make quick sales at small profits. Thankful for past favors ho would most reapootfully invite his friends and the public generally tc give him a cull and examine for themselves. M. M. CONVERS. WellsboronfihMay 271853.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
, , SEVASTOPOL, ALMOST TAKEN! GREAT RUSH FOR RUSSIA—IRON D. P. & W. ROBERTS TJAVING purrhnspd nnd *VV*^ *- ¦*¦ eplarged the Tin and Stove jl y^» Store of C. E. Gray, would call the fihJ||LA|| attention of th? trading public to ^S^Zl!5^B their large and splendid assortment |%pT~lwt»_ of Stoves, comprising a variety of WSSUBxBr pitteins: The t^f^ r^j* KING OF STOVES,*-- -r MORNING STAR, BANGUP, NATIONAL AIR-TIGHT, KITCHEN RANGE and three kinds of PREMIUMS. Also, a complete ussortment of PARLOR & BOX STOVES, at or below Elmira prices. Tinware of all kinds, shapes and sizes wanted for household use. Eave Gutters made to order at the shortest no lice. . JOBBING done to order and in Ihe best manner. All Tin-ware carefully proved before leaving the shop. They respectfully solicit trie patronaee of all who wish to purchase anything in their line, assuring them that money can be saved by examining their slock before purchasing elsewhere. Wellsborough, Nov. 9.1854.
Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
FARMER'S VWIonD IMSUBtAMCE - • ¦ ; COMa*AS1t i ~ '? .« ' r- ' ATHENS. IlKAUFOKD CO., PA. CAPITAL—$200,000!—Insures Farmer* only, on the Slock andMntual plan. ' J. E.C«n ' . field Sec'y., Hon. Horace Willislon, Prcs't. Remcm her that an experienced Travelling Agent,represent, ing a sound and reliable Company Hear, .Lome, is proferoble to a foreign Co., as ihew ' ciin be^ip 'deecpljon. Address, J. E. Webster. ABcht; Covinglnn, Pa. S. F. WILSON, O" Removed to James Lowrej's Office. JAS. I.OTVREY & 8. F. WII.8OW, A TTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT -^ LAW, will attend the Courts of Tioga, Poller city AIcKean counties. WelUborough, Feb. 1,1853. JOHN IV. BACnE, A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT " ¦ LAW.—Office, north side Public Square Wellsborough, l'l. Refers to Messrs. PbelpB,Podge &. Co.,N. Y and; Hon. A. V. Parsons,Philadelphia. July 13. C LEAVER HOUSE, (Forrherly Grow' Hottl,) WELLSBOROUGH, TIOGA CO., PA. June 8. '54. P. P. CLEAVER, Prop'lor
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
NEW ARRANGEMENTS. A CROWL would announce io ihecili. • zens oi Tioga county, that he has associated with him a partner, and the business will be con. ducted under the firm of.A. Crowl Sc. Co. They will continue at the old stand, in Wellsborough, to manufacture to order and keep on hand, Buggys & Lumber Wagons, CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS, CUTTERS, $e., which for style, durability and elegance of hnisb. cannot be surpassed by auy other similar establishment in the country. Workmen of celebrity are engaged, and Ihe best materials used expressly in all the manufacturing departments of this establishment. Persons send ing orders may rest assured of having them execuedl to their entire satisfaction, and finished in every particular the same as though they attended in person. . REPAIRING done ' as usual, with neatness and despatch. PAINTING uf all kinds done on the aborted notice, and most reasonable terms. UTAH kinds of merchantable produce (deliver, ed) recived n exchange for work, a...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
, * Perpetual Motion Discovered at Last. THE subscriber liuving been appointed agent by S. W. Paine for ihe Bale of (lie Rose ftt Peck Improved Direct Action Water Wheels, would say to the owners of Saw Mills in Tioga county, that he is ready to furnish the aboire mentioned Water Wheel at Wcllsboro', at any time alter this date, on the most reasonable terms. These Wh e els are warranted to do the best business with .the least qnantily of water of »ny Wheel in use, (except an Overshot.) The great advantages of tlieise wheels over all others is the manner in which the water is applied to the wheel, is such lhat there cannot be any waste of water, the gales or sheets regulating the quantity. The gale is so constructed that it shuts almost perfectly light. Quantity of water required under eight feet head, 130 square inches, under 20 feet head, 50 inehes; all beads between these in pro. portion. All wheels warranted to perform according to recommendation, if they do not we lake them nu...