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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
SASH & BLIND FACTORY. STONY FORK, TIOGA CO., PA. HPHE subscribers having purchased tha Sash Factory at Stony Fork, have now on hand, and are making all kinds of sqaaro and fancy Sash and Blinds. ' The subscribers flatters themselves that they can make as good and endurable an article, and sell it as cheap -as can be obtained at any establishment in Northern Pennsylvania or in Southern New York. ID* All ordors in our line of business will be promptly attended to. S. <fc D. B. WILCOX. Stony Fork, June 8,1854. Wine for Communion. 'T'HE Churches of Tioga county are re--*- speclfully informed that they can now obtain al tho Wellsborough Drug Store, the Pure Juice of the Grape unadulterated with Alcohol in any form. Tho most satisrac^ry evidence of its purity * oan be shown to those jvhu wish to examine it. Certificates of distinguished Clergymen and tbe statement of the manufacturer himself. Those inlerestedwill do well to procure a supply soon. 5 ROY WeUsboroneh, Jan....
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
NEW WOODS. ' I 'HE subscriber would reaped fully inform -*¦ hi« customers and friends that he still continue" Ihe mcrcanlile business at the old place, at the we 1 known store of L. I. NirhoU, where he "wil be Happy to wait on thoso that will favor linn with h call, mid would invilc the allention of ihe public generally to his large and commodious slock of DBV GOODS, Groceries , Rcady-illadc Clothing' and Hardware, CROCKERY, WOODENWARE, STONE. WARE, ROOTS & SHOES, HATS' AND CAPS, &c, dtc, in fact everything else kept in a country store,arti cles loo numerous to mention, and will sell cheaper man can be bought this side of New York city. All kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods si the highest market price. J. R. BOWEN. Wcllsborouifh, June 29, 1854.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ! TEBIttS OF.FUBItWCA*WJt Tne AotTXTorlt pnUithtdtvery Tbtnfoy Barn in* and funuhti, to -«iU«ri4er« ot fl^ser-^ td over the year. No tabtenptta* Ukt* f&r a t*orftr period than «i> mo»M»,«nd »fea 'JtrAat term enly, payment mut bt mod* briefly In idrance, or 91 uriil be charged. Tht foregoing termi mil be ttrictly adhered to. JVepaper mUMduamtiiptt titiMpaid for. unlut at thteptimoflnftaUor. -Clo ts Ten Coptf«, 812; FffieenCiplet^lS. AsvERTiBCritim aittU innried bf 9\ per tquarr, (of fourteen linn or l»u,) for tht, Jiut or «»r«* eontecutive insertion; and 25 centi Jn ^ttry nbtt quent one. Y'drly adttrliiementtiaiuudai0 redtonable diieount en the foTtgo\v ' g tdtet. \D* Traruitnt adetrtitin^ jmt/rtMe In vdvanei. tW AllleUertmvttbe pott-paid:~:' . "" '. '> A
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
Important. "Vy HEREAS. on Hie miiht of the 24th of ' * March last, Jainen 1. Jackson, and others by the u^c of fnlie keys or otherwise, forced their way inm the dwelling house of the subsonber, whiln the family were absent and removed hi» goods out of tno fcouse in order lo gel possession—and further, Ihc said James I. Jackson look possession of the Books belonging to the subscriber,and refuses torieliver them over to him, for all of which, the said James I Jjcksnn and others have given bail for their ap;»'arance lo the next eourt ol Quarter Sess. ion.-. This is therefore lo forbid all persons piiying any accounts In .lames I Jackson made at ihe wool, en Factory and Saw Mill from thai lime until the 1st any of March, A. D. 1852, a« I have a lease of the V> oolen factory and Saw Mill from that time until trie 1st day of March, A. D. 1855, binding me to collect all debts for work done. LEWIS C. PENDLETON. Dolmat. Julv 2T. 1854-tf.
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
TAILORING. rpHE undersign- gx a good and workmanlike manner,, for ready pay and at pricos that cannot fill to please 1 . All work enlrusted'to him will bo aone up wijh despatch, and a fit warranted.' • • ¦>- ~» CUTTING done; on shorf, notice. Couqlry probuco (delivered) of all kinds, taken for work. . . . H. p, ERWIN Wellsbprpqrfi , April 22,1854.
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
Carriage & Wagon Manufactory. TJENRY PETR1E would an. .-_ „ ¦*-*- nounce to his friends and theQ&tPsK public gcnorall y, lhat he is continuingSSElIffi—the above business on Grafton Btreet, immediately in the tear of J. R. Bowen's store, where he is prepared to manufacture on short ootice, Carriages, Buggies , Sulkies, Wagons , of any style or description to suit the purchaserand of the very best materials. All kinds of re, pairing done forthwith and on the most reasonable terms. PAINTING AND TRIMMING will be prompt, iy executed in tbe best manner and most, fashionable style. WeUsborm' JnW 13, '54. HENRY PETRffi.
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
I,OWEN'S EMPIRE STORE Important to the Public. A T J. R. BO WEN'S Empire Si ' ort iM l\. time has finally come, when Goods can be ' bought us cheap in Wellsboroujjh, as at glmira. Corinna, or in any other town west of New York ; and me public ut large are invited to call and satisfy themselves that this is no Humhug. At J; R. Howen's will always be found an extensive assortment of well selected DRY WOODS, GROCERIES, HAIiPWARE, BOOTS &. SHOES «nd a lnrgre varieiv of Gcntlcmcn'B Clothing, HATS, CAPS. Sll I UTS, COLLARS, SCARFS, &c all of which will be di.-pi*ed of at a reduced price J. R. BOWEN. Wcllsborouph, Julv 27, 1854-tr
Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
TIO6A illAUULE VARI> FITCH & SHERWOOD, DEALEK3 Jl* ' , ., ' Italian and American Marble ^ FuR ' , MANTELS, MONDJTENTS, TOMBS CENOTAPHS; GRAVESTONES. ffT Entire satisfaction will always be given. ' r SHOI' IN TIOGA VILLAGE, FEUH'A.-July 13, 1854-1 y. -. \
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
F Blake 's Patent Ohio 1RE.PRGPF PAINT.-30 barrels of the . genuids article, just received and for sale at muoh less than former prices, at July 13.- m*. i JONES f&.gQE'S. Ol A, BARRELS PORK, for sale bv the h™™ -^-LTt or poud.at: M.M. CONVEfcS.
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
QHAWLlKI .;SftAWL!3'!_Now Larjli V,.you ha»B<t/Urge assortment of beautiful style toiefeetfrom at»heCheap$foreof- " Oct. 37,1849, JONES & ROE. .jRoiim* wr:\\-\ HA8/(X>NST,ANTIV-<JN HAND AT.TRB I WELLSBOROUGH DRUG STORE rust #ftLttrt»INa-i»Tic[jts*r Aconite, - ¦ '; ¦ < .. ¦ ,/.-': Ginger, Ground, Adhesive Plaster, ¦ ' ¦ - ¦ Glass ofall sizes, for win, Alcohol, .,:¦ .-•... dows or picture frames. Alum, ' ¦ '¦ ,-. Ghe, Aloes, ¦¦ • ¦¦¦ , . . -. - Guios of-every variety, " Allspice, - Hop*, >, ' Atmnonifl, ¦ . Hot Drop*, An net to, . . Hive Syrup, . . Antimony, . ' . ¦ Indigo,(beft quality,) Arnica, ' ' ' Inks of all kinds, Bleeching Powder lo re- Lampblack, move ink & fruil stains, Looking Glass, fromLincn, - , . Leather. Varnish, Blacking for stoves, Lime—Rhode Island, for " "¦ boots & shoes whitewashing, Bay Water, - Madder, Borax, Nutmeg, Brimstone, • , Oils, (a largo variety,) . Brushes of all kinds, Ointments, Bug...
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 25 January 1855
rriRUSSES.—Benjamin's Superior Brass Trrj« I for sale by [June 29.] V. CASE :rmm axeji'S Sag ]• ILLS. . , miXLtHBCTBPOaiWA FAMIJit PH3fSIC. ' Thbm has long existed a pubUe demand for tn effective purgative pill which could be relied on as sure -and perfectly safe In its operation. This has beeni prepared toTheet that demand, and an extensive trial of it* virtues has conclusively shown with what success it accomplishes the purpose designed. It is easy to make a physical piii, tat not easy to make the best *f all ptlb—one n&ch should have none of the objections, but all the advantages, or every other. This has been attempted here, and with what success we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medielne is ' acrhnoniouB and iirltatrng to the bowa1*.< Thfa in Tint. Mnnv of them nroduce so much griping pain and revulsion In the system as to more than counterbalance the good to b...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
jImim ti (juygu;: A TEMPERANCE fAL&V f. FACTS. . Sam was one of a class inConnecticut, who, figuratively speaking, sowed the wind and reaped the whirlwind through all their age and generation. The article in plain English, which he cultivated, was New England Rum. The fruits of (he crop were visible all around him. He lived, or rather he had a placa where hfifiWtriroa children SougKi to live, in the Greenwich woods. The near¬ est rum-hole was at Coscob landing, and there was where Sqm did most of his work. He was a wood cutter, and evejy nig ht he used to " wood up" for the perilous three miles' voyage through the lanes and forests to his home. In the lanes, navigation was easy.— It was difficult to get out of the channel while he had a sione wall upon each side; but when he came forth where there was more sea-room, balf-seas over, he was hard put to see his way ; and, instead of keeping the channel, he went kersouse into ' the channel of the creek. His homo was just s...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
mTOjnwLjiiM, WELSH PREACHING. At a meeting of ministers in Bristol, (he Rev. Mr. L. invited several of his brethren to sup with him; and among the rest, was the miuister officiating at the Welsh chapel there. He was an entire stranger to all the company, and silently attentive to the general conversation of his brefhren. The subject in discussion was the different strain of preaching. When-several had given their opinion they turned to the Welsh stranger and solicited his. He said he felt it his duty to comply with the request: " Although," continued he, " if I must give my opinion, I should think that you have no good preaching!" " No!" exclaimed Mr. L. "No," said the stranger, "(hat is, you have no such preachers as we have in the principality." " 1 know,' replied Mr. L., • that you are famous for jumping in Wales; but that is not oWing, I suppose;, so much to the matter of preaching, as to the enthusiasm of the character." " Indeed,' said the stranger, ' you would jump too, i...
Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
FamiFFcrn The publication of" Ruth Hall" hasstimM olated public curiosity with regard to the name arid character of its -authoress, and given occacion for a number of articles pur^ porting to describe her pcrsoj(.or-nar-rate her history. Some of (hese*" hrtic!es contain statements which we know to be groundless, and even calumnious ; and, no one of thim, lhat we have seen, is calculated to give tho public a-correct idea of her character. Wti embrace the opportunity to tell our renders a great deal more than they ought to belieVO, Fanny Ferri is the most retiring and unobtrusive of human beirtgs. More than any other celebrity we have ever known, she shrinks from personal display and public ob>" serration. During her -residence in this cityshe has lived in (he most perfect privacy, never going to 'parlies or soirees, never giv» ing such herself, refusing lo enlarge her circle of friends, and findmg full employment as well as satisfaction in her domestic and literary dut...
Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
Whal.tball wo Eat? • r With one of the hardest'^winters for the poor that has stored them 1 in the face for many years, a,rid now with this cold'month of January upog them1 15 ajj ..its* rignr, it .ie hooves them to look about for somethiug less costly than roast beef and plum pudding Tor ihe two dollars a day, ' that some of them seemed to think would endure forever, has been1 cat off suddenly. J t is estimated that 10,000 persons have been thrown out of employment, since.tho cold weather commenced by. that cause alone. 'An equal number have been thrown out by failures and genera) stagnation of business. It is to be ¦ a . winter'Of suffering to those who are dependent upon (he labor of- their hands fo(r daily bread for themselves nnd families. Whatever will lend, not (o chenpen food, for that we cannot hope for, but to show them what to eat, less expensive than their accustomed diet, should be at once adopted. For this purpose we offer a few suggestions; Fresh meat of all...
Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
A Ruu upon au Indiaua Bank. " Can you give me specie for this ?" "No." " Sight or short time eastern exchanges 7" " No." " What can you give me?" « Nothing." " Why ?' ? " You are making a run on our institution. This species of presentation we are bound to resist. You are trying to break us, sir—to make us stop payment, sir; you can't do it sir." . ' '' .But havn't you stopped payment when you refuse to redeem ?" h No, sir. Our's is a stock institution.— There's your ultimate security, air, deposited with the auditor. VVe can't break, sir; we can't slop payment. Look at the law 1 Look at Mr. John P. Dunn's circular!" " But have y_ oii no specie on hand 7" Wiiiw obliges us to keep) twelve-and a half per cent of specie on hnnd. If we pay out every time ono of you fellows calls, how can we keep it on hand 1" , 4 . " Then I shall proceed to have the note protested," . "Very well, sir. .You will find a notary public at Indinnupnlis, provided he if at home, which is only about one hun...
Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
??-*CTX-m**~. t.L^I,^ W*.»,...- .^^^..s public assemblies- than man—0, #ho his overheard eloquence equal to (hat wiilwvhich his. mo|hcr; warned,, taught,ond.inspjred him.I Thee beaming eye* ;, (h e.transfigure^«countenance, the r^i£itjng.iw9&!lhj?i ;ot!ftu(ie,,«hq Se ?l ,^r^. no pra^jn " h|s(highlB8t #g li»8, ha?, ever n' pproas b^thejriv^. -, _;, dl>(..; .*.„ ¦ . .. . : Subordjhate? Never! Woman occupies, and-righiililly occupiesin ¦ pverjf enlightened coramupi(y',.TH*. : >tH8Ts>pi1aCB,} Shtt/J?uiie household. ^ queen, not the househoW'«rdtU()g9 She ia the queen of hearts. She jslhematM er:of iherace; > ;*¦ ' ¦ > ¦ *'¦ ¦ ..<• —» • ---..!" ** ci^ua loo law t i*"-- "" ¦ -'' ' . - ¦' I'it j U'* , _ -;' -'.-.-Womao;0\Ve8 .her.pre-eminenceLoi social rank, n o(,(o man's magnanimity. Jt is hot because sbe:is the weaker. sex,.ihat men a* sigi^her lie best and the choice of eveif thing ; for, she is not the weaker sex, Jt ia because ...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
A Tight Place We copy the following from the Bridgeport Standard. The moral will suggest itself to every reader:— We heard a story tho other day, perhaps worth-repeating. Some lime ago, and before the Maine Law came about, a merchant of Litchfield county, well known in this vicinity, came to the conclusion that the selling of liquor was a bad business, and that he would relinquish it. Happening down hero, however, to buy-goods, he met with a prime artide of rum, and thought he would try just one more hogshead. He bought it and had it p laced in the same train in which he look passage for home. On his way up, he fell in conversation with a clergyman and others, in regard to the great subject of temperance. —O ur friend felt moved to say that he believed ardent spirits were a curse 10 tho world. For his part, he was afraid, and he was resolved to discontinue the sale. The people of his town were of his opinion, &c. He was going on with a first ratu temperance discourse...
Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
Woman not Inferior. That woman waa created in her secret and sole organization subordinate to man, I shame not to admit, as I cannot for a moment question. This finds its prima fa cie evidence in the nature of both, however humiliating it may be lo woman to confess it, or with however much of lordliness or injustice it may inspire the heart of man.—Correspondent of Boston Post. . ¦ No, sir. Woman was not created subordinate to man, nor is she inferior to him.— Her.strength i9 a different strength from that of the other sex, but it is not less. If, in some particulars she is tho weaker, in other particulars she is the stronger ; and those in which she is stronger are more impor(ant and more noble than those in which she is weaker. A woman cannot lift as many pounds avoirdupois, nor strike as hard a blow as man. But, in her^owh sphere, ' she can ' work ps hard, as long, as loyally, as efficiently, as a min can in his. Her share of the world's existence as man's share. She ckn ...