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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
NEW SPltlNtt (iOODS! npUE subscribers are now opening their JL stock of GOODS for the Spring Trade, comprising a full and complete assortment, and of the usual variety, which will, as heretofore, lie sold a la vcryainall profit fur READY PAY. Being determined not to be undersold by our neighbors, out goods are marked althc lowest figure; and we invite a comparison of our goods and prices with any other in the market. Among the assortment of DRY fJOOUS will bo found a great variety of Ladies' Drees Goods consisting in part of Beregcs, Berege Delanes,all-wool Delanes, Lawns, plain and printed; Ginghams, 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, Cossimeres, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, silk, satin and summer Vestings. Also, Sheetings, Shirtings, bleached and brown, Tickings, Summer Goods for boys' wour, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Cotton Batten, with a variety of other nicies loo numerous...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
Chairs, Chairs, Chairs. "D ESIDES a variety of all other kinds of ±J of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, the snb. scriber has four different styles of BLACK WALNUT CANE SEAT CHAIRS, which he in selling at cost prices. Also. Two different patterns of Mahogany Spring Seat Chairs, and Mahogany Rockers. and three patterns of Sofas. Also, Rosewood, Curl Maple, and CommOn chairs of all kinds. E. D. WELLS. Lawrcnccvillc, Nov. 16,1854. Horse for Sale. LTORSE, Pedlar Wagon and Harness for -*-1- Sale by the subscriber, cheap for Cash or approved paper, separately, or together. Tho horse is a good, serviceable aniinal. [Oct. 5.] W. D. BAILEY. Ty fEllINOES AND PARAMATAS.—La--*-'-*- dies have you seen those cheap Marinoes and Paramatas ond Plain and Figurod Deluinn, at WelUboro 1 , Nov. .1.1854, JONES &, ROE'S. Worth Seeing:! 'T'HE splendid assortment of Goods that ¦*- the subscribers aro now daily receiving is realy worth a call to examine. They havo just returned from Now York with tho large...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
B^tf^isiiii^f ^Mfoidh, M f' CONVERS h * 3"Sv5 from iLfZSSi S e ^ " d raost ™ m ' CLOTHS, VESTING, CASSIMERS SAT1NETTS, TRIMMINGS, &K, ' «ve» brought intotbiBconnUy,which bowill sell for rust pat chtapttthan any other tstebtiihmut His stock comprises a general assortment o «0 ^«1I1 » ty of Clolh' " >g. Oom a low price op. SUMMER COATS-& Men and Boys-a larn . ^assortment. • * DRESS, FROCK AND SACKCOATS-oten. ry description, size and color. PANTS—every style and quality SH/RtS, Under-Shirur Drawers,- Collars, Over-Alls Ovcr-Shirts, Suspenders, Gloves, Umbreli.,, Neck and Pocket Handkorohiofa, logother with lots of SELF-AI)JUSTING STOCKS, &c., <SrC HATS AWD CAPS , of every description—the largest assortment in town. Boots, Shoes, and Gaiter*, for Men, Boys, and Women, a large variety. Trunks, Valiaet, Carpet Bags, 6pc, $c. He would say lo all in want of good and Beat etling CLOTHING, that he can and aill till cheaper than can be gotten in this...
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
CABINET MAKING. BT. VANHOKN would inform ihe cili. * zens oi Welisborough and vicinity, that he has purchased the interest of his partner, John S. Bliss, in the above businces, and will continue at the old stand,two doors east of Jones'Store, to keep on hand and mafce to ordor all kiuds of Cabinet Furniture—such as Sofas, Divans, Ottoman?, Card, Centre, Dining <S f Breakfast Tablet, Dress Stands, Dress and Common Bureaus, MAHOGONY & COMMON WASH STANDB, Cottage, French and Common Bedsteads, of every description, together with all articles usually made in his line of business. From his knowledge of the business be flatters himself with the bejief that those wishing to purchase, would dq well to call and examine his work before Bending elsewhere for an inferior article. COFFINS, of every variety, made to ordor, at short notice, and reasonnbie charges. TURNING dono in a neat manDor, at short notice. *O j Chairs! ~ Chairs ! W^y L ^ In addition to the above, the subucti...
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
DOCTOR YOURSELF! The Porkct iFiScnlapins : OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN THE Fiftieth Edition, ^^3¥(^^ with Ono Hundred En- ^g?^j-v^Rs. gravings, showing Diseases jjm' /ga \SBi and Malformations of the Hu- IS j yfiKaa \Bft man System in every uliapo. jml /jajj f ^ulv iqu and form. To which is addedjgj SggSifBjgl 19 a Treaties on the Diseases ofiBI j^CTjjinB** IS Females, being of the higbcstTOi J raS j^g ISI importance to married people, ™^ij}f|! t§ §P jBl or those contemplating mar- ^SjSfiKSgKfil!' Bv VVjt Young, M. D. «=§P**«^ Let no father be ashamed to presenta copy of the jEsculanus to bis 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 Pockst JEscvlatws. Let no one suffering from a hacknied Cough, Pain in the side, restless nights, nervous feelings, and tho whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, and given up by their physician, be another moment without consulting the iEscoLAFius. H...
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
Doll Physiology Two little girls, one rejoicing in blue ribbons, tho orher in pink, were bewailing ilicir domestic misfortunes in mock maternal language, 11 Where is your dolly 7" asked pink ribbons of her little neighbor. " Dear me! didn't I tell you]" answered blue; " why sho has got the measles dreadful. Her face is all spotted over." " Well, I don't think she's as sick as my dolly," said pink ; " only think, 1'vo had a constitution of thirty doctors for her, and they all didn't do nnygood. I've had to buy a now go»a, she's so miserable," (not the first misery a new gown has brightened up,) " she's got lha consumption ." :; " Oh ! that's dreadful bad ; does she cough much ("asked the other, with an air of great solicitude; i. " All the time—and keeps me awake so much of nights." "Bui why don't you tako her out? the air will be good for her lungs." •• 0! dear," exclaimed pink ribbons, wfih admirably assumed intensity of feelings "my dolly h.isn'1 got a bit of lungs, she on...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
ZINC PAINTS. One third cheaper than White Lead, and free from all poisonous qualities. rpHE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY -*- having greatly enlarged their works', nnd improved the quality of llieir products, arc prepared to execute orders for their Superior Paints, Dry, nnd ground in Oil,in assorted packagesof from 25 to 500 pounds; also, Dry, in barrels, of 200 lbs each. Their White Zinc, which is sold dry or ground into, iswarrantcd PURE ami unsurpassed for body and uniform whiteness. A method of prepcration has recently been discovered, which enables the Company to warrant their paints to keep Jrcsh and soft in tho Uegs for any reasonable time. In this respect Ihoir paints will be superior to any other in the mnrkct. Their Brawn Zinc Paint, which in sold at a tow prico .anri can only bo mado from the Zinc ores fr 'on New Jersey, is now well known for its protoctivi qualities when appliod to iron or other motallicsur faces. Their Stone Color Paint possesses all tho proper ties of...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
' IN LA WRENCE VILLE, PA. T HE subscribers have constantly dBw on hand at their Drug Store, in Law- ^S? rcnceville, a large and well selected stock j^fel of DRUGS, Sfc, of every description tfi^ used by Physicians in tho country, and all the most popular PATENT MEDICINE8ot the day which we offer for Balo at prices which cannot fail ot suit those who may favor us with]a call. Among our Patent Medicines may be found the Following: MarchanVi Gargling Oil; Jayne'sExpectorant, Alterative, Pillt, Pillt, &c; MoffaCt Bitten and Plllt; Filclie's silver-plated Abdominal Supporter», Bracet, Inhaling Tubes, and all the medicines prepared by him for hit private practice; Brant't I'xlmonary Balsam and Purifying Extracts: Ayre's Cherry Pectoral; Rogers' Syrup of Tor and Canchalague; Diliow'9 Heave Cure; Andrew's Pain Killing Agent; Trusk's Magnetic Ointment; Dr. Christie's Galvanic Belts, $c; Houghton's Artificial Pepsin; Blake's Aromatic Bitters; and all the most popular Pills and Vtr...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
Fall and Winter Iflilliucry Goods , for Ready-Pay. GTjllH E subscriber would ^e?~ ~i ^s* 1 respectfully inform tho citi- ^^ ^^Kut. r.cns of Wellsborougli and vicin- dtL&dSgfP$Egm ily, that she is just receiving a Jj^W*^ jg|P NEW I s FASHIONABLE ^kg^SS^ supplv of ^ TJ MILLINERY GOODS, JP **^«'* i 3: consisting of BONNETS of every variety,LADIES CAPS, CHILDRENS' HATS, BONNJET LINING9, FLOWERS and RIBBONS of every kind and quality, GLOVES, MITTS, EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS, UNDERSLEEVES, Handkerchiefs, SilkB, Plain and Barred Muslins, Laces, Cotton and Linen Edging, and a variety of other things loo 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 business, and would invite her friends to call and examine her goods before making their purchases, as she is confident they cannot suit themselves better at any other establishment. Work done on short notice and in tho most approved stylo. She ...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
GREAT RUSH FOR RUSSIA—IRON. D. P. & XV. ROBERTS TTAVING purchased and QWl -L-L enlarged the Tin and Stove 9 S% Store of C. E. Gray ' , would call tho ~Ggt 8OH attention of the trading public to g?°^~~ j3 their large and splendid assortment ¦& P* '"iffiJBflL of Sloven, comprising a —T ij 'y ** f MjTTB» jjroP patterns: The p^H^SST KING OF $TOYES,>- 4r MORNING STAR, BANGUP, NATIONAL AIR-TIGHT, KITCHEN RANGE and three kinds of PREMIUMS. Also, a complete assortment of PARLOR & BOX STOVES, at or below Elmira prices. Tinware of all kinds, shapes and sizes wanted for household use. Eave Gutters mude to order at llio shortest no ticc. JOBBING done to order and in the best manner All Tin-ware carefully proved before leaving the shop. They respectfully Bolicit the patronage of all who wish to purchase anything in their line, assuring them that money can be saved by examining their slock before purchasing elsewhere. Welisborough, Nov. il, 1854.
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
Family Grocery & Provision STORE. THE subscriber would inform his friends and tho ciliwms of Tioga county generally, that he has just received a Jargc and superior supply of GIlOCERIliS AND PROVISIONS, SUCH AS Teas, Sugars by the barrel or otherwise , Coffees, Molasses, Slcicarfs Syrup, Rice, Pepper, Ginger, Saleralus, Allspice , Indigo, Tobacco, Soap, Mould and Sperm Candles, Sal/ by the barrel or sack, Mackerel bit the whole, i and ^ barrel, Codfish by Hie 100 or single pound, Flour, Cheese, Crackers, Butler Jf Eggs, together with every other article in the Grocery line, lower limn can be got at any other place in town, as he ia determined to make quick sales at small proRtg. Thankful for paBt favors he would most respectfully invite his friends and tho public generally to give him a call and examine for themselves. M. M. CONVERS. WclbboroneJi,May27, 1853.
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
FARMER'S UNION INSURANCE COMPANY* ATHENS, HKADFORD CO., PA. CA PIT A L—8200,0001— Insu res Fa rmere only, on the Stock and Mutual plan. X E.&mfield Scc'y., Hon. Horace Williston, Prcs't.- Remem her that an experienced Travelling Agent, representing a sound and reliable Company near home, is preP erable to a foreign Co., as there can be no deception. Addross, J. E. Webster, Agont, Covington, Pa. S. F. WILSON, O" Removed to James Lowrey's Office. JAS. liOWItEY * S. F. WI1S0N, A TTORNEYS & C0UNSELLOIIS AT ¦"- LAW, will attend llic Courts of Tiogn, Poller city McKean counties. Weilaborough, Feb. 1,1853. JOHN W. BACnE, A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT -ft- LAW Office, north Bide Public Square Welisborough, i't. Refers to Messrs. Phelps,Dodge & Co.,N. Y and: HoS.A.V.Parsons - . Fhiladelpliia. July 13. CLEAVER HOUSE, (Formerly Graves' Hottl,) WElXSliOROOGH, TIOGA CO., PA. June 8, "54. P. P. CLEAVER, Prop'tor
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
NEW ARRANGEMENTS. A CROWL would announce \o the cili^ •**•• zens o» Tioga county, that he has associated with him a partner, and the business will be con) ducted under tbe firm of A. Ceowl & Co. Thojj will continue at tho old stand, in Wellsboroughj to manufacture to order and keep on hand, ! Buggys & Lumber Wagonsi CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS, CUTTERS, See., which for stylo, durability and elegance of finish, cannot be surpassed by any other similar establish, tnent in the country. Workmen of celebrity aro engaged, and thebest materials used oipresaly in all the manufacloring departments of this establishment. Persons send ing ardors may rest assured of having them ciecuedt to their entire satisfaction, and finished in every particular the same aa though they attended in per son. REPAIRING done as usual, with ncatoesB and despatch. / PAIN7VNG of all kinds done on the shorten notice, and most reasonable terms. O*AI1 kinds of merchantable produce (deliver, cd) recived n ex...
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
Perpetual Motion Discovered at Last. HHHE subscriber having been appointed -L agent by S. W. Paine for the salo of ihc ftosc &. Peck Improved Direct Action Water Wliccl", would say to the owners of Saw Mills in Tioija county, that ho is ready to furnish the above men. tioned Water Wheel at Wellsboro ', at any lime liter this date, on the most reasonable terms. These Wheels are warranted to do the best t>u. siness with the least quantity of water ot' my Wheel in use, (except an Overshot.) Tho great advantages of these wheels over »il others is tho manner in which the water is applied to the wheel, is such that there cnnnol be any wafto of water, the gates or sheets regulating the quantity. Tho gate is so conEtructcd that il shuts almost perfectly tight. Quantity of water required under eight feet head, 130 square inches, under SO fen head, 50 inches; all heads between these in proportion. All wheels warranted to perform according to recommendation, if they do not we ...
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
SASH & BLIND FACTORS. S7VNY FORK, TIOGA CO., PA. 'T'HE subscribers having purchased iho Sash. Factory at Stony Fork, have now on nano, and arc making all kinds of square and fancy Sash and Blinds. Tho subscribers flatters themselves that they can make as good and endurable an article, ana sell H as cheap as can be obtained at any establishment in Northern Pennsylvania or in Southern Now York. ID* All orders in our lino of business mil b* promptly attended to. S. & D. B. W1LC0X. Stony Fork, Juno 8,1854. Wine for Communion. THE Churches of Tioga county are re specially informed that they can now obtui nt ihe Wcllsl'oroUjjh Drugstore, the Pure Juice* the Grape unadulterated with Alcohol in any fan Tlio most satisfactory evidence of its purity can shown lo those who wish to examine it. Cortifica ' of distinguished Clergymen and tho Btnlemcntf the manufacturer himself. Tlioso intcrcstedwill* well lo procure a supply soon. it. ROY Wetlsborough, Jan. 26, IS54. ^ _
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
TERMS OF PUBLICATION. | ' -rrrri ,' ". 7 . ' < - ' Tins Aoitatoh ispiillished erery Thursday Horn ing, and furnished- to subscribers at 81.50 per annum.i/jiaW in adtanae;,or $2 if foymer\i It d'Jay, ed oner life year. No tubiertption takenfar 'a thorter period than sir months,and when fopthatterm only, payment must be made ttriclly in advance, or $1 will be oharged. The, foregoing terms toil! be ttntllifadherfd lo. No paper will be disconliiTuid until paid-for, unless at the option of the editor. ¦ Club3.—Ten Copies, -912; Fifletn Copes, $15. ' Apvkrtiskhent8 will be inserted at 31 per ttpiart, (of fourteen lines or list,) for ihtfintjir three consecutive insertions, and 25 cetid for every tubsenuent one. Yftfrli/ advertisements inserted at a rcasohahle discount on the foTegoing raits. ' O" Transient ndvertising payable in advance. Bj" All Utters must ie post-paid.
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
Important. Ty.HEREAS, on the ni ght of Ihe 24th of » • March last, James I. Jackson, and others by the use of false keys or otherwise, forced their way into tho dwelling houso of the subscriber, while the family were absent and removed his goods onl of tho home in order to got possession—and further, the said James I. Jackson luok possession of the Books belonging to Ihe subscriber, and refuses to deliver them over to him, for all of which, the said James I. Jackson and others have given bail for their ap|icarance to the next court ol Quarter Scssions. This is therefore to forbid all persons paying any accounts to James I. Jackson made at Ihc woolen Factory and Saw Mill from llial time until Ihc 1st day of March, A. D.-1852, as I have a lease of the Woolen Factory mid Saw Mill from that lime until the 1st day of March, A. D. 1855, binding mo to collect all debts for work done. LEWIS C. PENDLETON. . . - Delmar, July 27,1854-tf.
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
TAiLomrccr. rpHE undersign- gi a good and workmanlike manner, for ready pay and at prices that cannot Tail to please. All work entrusted to him will be done up with despatch, and a fit warranted. CUTTING done on short uotice. Country probucc (delivered) of nlj kinds, taken for work. . H. P. ERWIN. Welisborough, April 22,1854.
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
Carriage & Wngwn lttanuTat tory. HENRY PETRIE would aU' ^g£ TR5! nouncc to his friends and theOgS^jK public generally, that he is conttnuingSETTr <&L the above business on Grafton street, immcdiauM in the rear of J. R. Bowen's store, where ho is (P pared lo manufacture on short notice, Carriages,. Buggies, Sulltics? Wagons, of Bny sty lo or description to suit tho purchaserand of the very bost materials. All kinds of 'j" pairing dono forthwith and on tho- most reasonable '" PAINTING AND TRIMMING wilt bo promptly executed in- the best manner and most fash-10 WeUsoit' J«Iy 13, ^ HENRY PETIUE.
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 1 February 1855
BOWEjX'S EMPIRE STORE Important to the Public. AT J. R. BOWEN'S Empire Store the time has finally come, when Goods can be fought as cheap in Welisborough, as at Elmira,Corning, or in any other lown west of New York; and the public at large arc invited to,call and satisfy themselves that this is no Humbug. At J, R. Bowen's will always bo found an extensive assortment of well selected irii\ goods, GROCERIES, HARDWARE^B OOTS & SHOES and a large variety of Gentlemen's Clothing, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, COLLARS, SCARFS, &c all of which will be disposed of at a reduced price J. R. BOWEN. Wollsborougli, July 27,1854-tf.