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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
I 'li. subscribers havinp pur- S!^_AK ' -i-cn me HARNESS SHOP «Au«^m 1 '•'' A. CR0WL &. CO'S WAU- jM^^^. I s-HOP . Wellsborough, Pa., are Eggg^a^T 'l' - 'o mike to order all articles pertaining lo the '' t '¦'>, iii the beet manner and of the very best n I' AlttiERS AND OTHERS tboy would f ,. '" ¦ lMcy «ell arliclea in their line of business H-UKK FOR CASUXbtn any other ostab. ¦» .n Hie county. A good assortment of »v l»«ps , Harness, &c, &c, f ' u »l')-oahani "iPAIRIJJCr idone on short nolico and in r >« possible manner. I''All orders proropUy filled and warranted lo r'miiro eatisficUon.' It" U|, and examine oar stock before pnrobaning ¦T JW kmdi of Country p,odUC e uken in ex-¦K' ">r work at the best market price. P »« share of public patronage rcBpcWull,B0-Kh C. S. FIELD, "lisooru', Fob. 1,1855. Z. E, KIMBALL
Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
NEW GOODS. nnHE subscriber would respectfully-inform -L bis customers and friends that he stilt tOJfctinucs tho mercantile business, at tho old place, at the weil known store of L. I. Nichols, where he *IU bo happy to watt on thosa that will favor him With a call, and would invite lh« attention of the pnblio generally to h<s large and commodious (lock ef , 9SY GOODS, GroceriesReady-Made Clothing and Hardware, CROCKERY, WOODENWARE, STONEWARE, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, &c, &c, in fact everything else kept in a country store, articles too numerous to mention, and will sell-cheaper than can be bought this side of New York oily. All kinds of produce taken in exchange for good* at the highest market price. - J. R. BOWEN. Wellsboroueh. Juno 29,1854.
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
WELLSIS«R«' FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. rriHE SUBSCRIBERS having purchased x Uio WELtSBORO' FOUNDRY, would respectfully announce to the inhabitant!! of tlio county tliat they aro preparcd'loda almost all kind* of .work in their line wanted in this county. To owners of MiIIh, and others, wo would say Ihat we cah do your work in a good and serviceable manner, auch as CRANKS, PISTON.RODS, BALANCE. WHEELS, PULLEYS, GUDGEOiSS, SHAFTS, &.C., etc. PX.OUG1ES. Wo have on hand a largo variety of Ploughs—alt known to bo good. We shall add others to tho list in tho Spring, of which due notice will be-given Ihe community. ET Old Castings taken in payment for Castings or work, at market prices. Wellsboro'Jan. 11.1855. WANDS & WOOD. ¦
Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
Officers of the Xioga; County Agcicult'l Society for '55. 1:?»*UDDfiv-'WILHAM B. CLTMER.. 1V, Vice PasiDiNTfl—D. L.Sherwood, B. C. Wick, ham, Goo. McLcod, Ira Buckley, J. L. Kinjsbury. CoKmsEONpiNa Sxo't—F. E. Smith.. . , . <> RrcokdIno Seo'v—G. D. Smith. TjteiBURitt—J. F., Doonldson. Exxppnv* .QquMirox—R. 6. White, Nelson Whitney, A. E. Niles, D. S. Shovo, H. AL Gorould, C. H. Hou8O,i*urin Copley, Moses L. BaJdwin.H. W. Calkins, T. J. Sonar, Lent D. Seeloy. D, Ellis, l.Vf. Guernsey, E,V,:Bentlcy,M. B. Motcalf, Joseph Riberolle, Henry Shsrwood, Chestor ' Robinson, Robert Campbell and John Dickinson. , . The Executive Comtnitteo .are, requested.to,meet at the Grand Jury room in 1 the Court House, at Wellsborougb, oni Tuesday evening,tho 6th of February next. G. D, SMITH, lice. Stc' y. February 1,1855. : .i ¦¦¦
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
HERE'S YOUR CHEAP BOOTS & SlIOES! HAVING-purchased Ben. Sekley' s old Sland, two doors above the Presbyterian Churah, the subscriber is ready to furnish to order, MEN'S &j BOYS' KIP $ CALF BOOTS, Pegged and Sewed, ' WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S KIP 4 CALF SHOES—, MEN'S & BOYS' ' COARSE B00T8y Mtidt upon honor—and warranted to wear «*t hi due time, and not to rip until they art worn obL As a man ~ is known by his Boots do lesa than by he company he; keeps, it behooves every man to take heed how his " understanding " m cared far A reasonable Bhare of tho public patronage i* ». (pectfully solicited. (D* Hides taken in cicbonje for work. L. A. SEARS. WelUboro', Dec. 28,1854-ly. ' . ' ..
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS, At Itowcn's Empire Store. CALL Hirl ' see the best and largest stofck of GoodH over oflercd to the public - Consisting of DRY GOODS, GROCER1E8, HARD-WARB, WOODEN-WARE, BOOTS AND. ; ; ' SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, and a largo .tootof READY-MADE CLOTUBW31 r, I flatter myself Ihat loan dresa a man to pulle* lar J ' Ui in all cases who desire Iheready-modt^ ,-. % Tho Ladies are invited to call and examine lh*> richest arid best assortment of DRESS GOOIJS erer beforo offered In market—which I am grcpttic/J (q sell at prices that cannot (hi) to suiL • " ¦ W«U«boruugh«q't. 12,1854,
Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
TXTOODENWARE.—The largest and . best ' > assortment ever offered in this placo flfor salo Dt fJuito 10,1S33.1 M. M. CUNVERS'. NEW YORKJRIBUNE. VAILtfW; SBki.WEEKLY,t3; WEEKLY, 92. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. rpm WEEKLY TRIBUNE commences -*- il» XIVlli annual volume with the month of Soptcmber—commences it with a circulation (115,. 000) larger than was ever Before accorded to any general newspaper whatever. This circulation has been, gradually and laboriously attained by concentrating upon THE TRIBUNb the best efforts of many editors and correspondents, and by a greater liberality of outlay in each department than wag probably ever beforo risked on any journal. It has bec ~ n attained, not by sailing smoothly in the current of Opinion before the wind and basking in the smiles of majorities, but by an earnest, fearless devotion to " TRUTH and PROGRESS as abovo all partisan exigencies, all temporary interests, all momentary illusions of popularity and suecest. ITS THOROUGH ADVOCACY...
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
JUSt-»p v ¦ > . -fri ^1r t t d ;J gjgj| FI^IS. • t tt)B ALE i THE;^tnBPOSJ33 0? A SpAMlltf PHYSIC. 1 TKEnB4)a3.bng.iajste4 a public acmnva for an offectivo ¦^n^itive frill 'WhfcV could be relied on m sure and perfectly snfe in its opcratioh. This has been prepared to meet that,demand, and an extensive tnnl-af jits.virtues hns conclusively shown with whivt success it ' accomplishes tho purpose designed. It is easy to make a physical ;>i«;.but not easy to make tho bestof all jiitt*—'one which should have < none of the-objeotions, bnt all the advantages, of every other. 1'his has been attempted here, and with what Bqteoss we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It lias been unfortunata for the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine is acrimonious and irritating to tho bowo1a T)i}«-io nnf. Mr>»iv nt tlimn'Twofiiii-p. so nuifih griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more than counterbalance tho good to bo derived fr...
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
West Jersey not in the United ^ Slates. When confidence in human nature is nl so very low an ebb as the present moment, it is pleasant to know that it has not deserted the whole earth, nnd fled to other spheres. Some of it lingers yet on ihc wesiern border of our Slate at least, according to the relation of a traveler form New York, who says,that, when he left Ihe cars a( Camden, he warned la visit a place diverging from the railroad line about ten miles. He was entirely unknown, though certainly a rospectable-looking person ; and, therefore, his first surprise was, that the stabler, to whom he applied, should have fitted him ou! wiih a handsome horse and bug.-gy fo' r.his journey with alacrity, and without tho slightest recommendation, or inquiry whatever. The next evenl that awakened wonder hnppened thus. When half way on his return, he missed the valuable whig, with which he had been cntrusled. He hatMeft it, or drop! it, coming along—at any rate tho whip waa missing. His goo...
Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
For the Agitator ? • ¦ " fcV ' ¦< Steamy. ;v 'ft BY MRS. M. A. 8TBVBKS ". Mother," and the piafntive voice of the litlle sufferer aroused the Tainting spirit of her whose love is stronger than death ; sent the RfeLdiirreot-through the ' heart that beat in unison wilb ibat, whose lhrobbings, ere the morrow'comes, will be silenced forever. — Again'itie dying child murmured as.it tossed in that silfmt agony, that language wiih all its comprehensiveness fails to portray, " Mother, dear mother, take me." For well he he knew fa such a loving clasp no ill could come, on such an agonized 1 and faithful breast 'twere sweet to yield the untainted spirit up to Gorf who gave. Midnig ht weaves the darkening, shadows th at creep above the tree-tops j the sick-hucd flower* hang their heads so heavily laden wiih the tears of night; the magnificent trumpet-flower clings more closely to the towering pile of brick ; the delicious, fragrant graj>e N that loves the latticed cot s...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
NEW SPRINtt GOODS! fT^HE subscribers are now opening their I Btock of GOODS for the Spring Tradn, com. prising a full nnd complctu assortment, and of the usual variety, which will, na heretofore, be suld a ta vcrysniall profit for READY PAY. Being determined not to be underbid by our neighbors, our guods are marked at the lowest figure? and we invite a comparison of our goods and prices with any other in the market. Among the assortment of DRY GOODS will be found a great variety of Ladies' Dress Goods consisting in part of Btregcs, Berege Delanes, all-wool Dclanes, 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 Hroad Cloths, CassimercB, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, tills, satin and summer Vesting?. . Also, Sheeting. " , Shirtings, bleached and brown, Tickings, Summer Goods for boys' wcur, Cotton Yarn, Carpet Warp, Cotton Batten, with a variety of other nicies too nume...
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
Chairs, Chairs, Chairs. BESIDES n vnriely nf all other kinds of of HO VSEHOLD FURNITURE, tho subscriber has four different styles ol BLACK. WALNUT CANE SEAT CHAIRS, which he is selling at cost prices. Also. Txco different patterns of Mahogany Spring Seat Chairs, and Mahogany Rockers. and three patterns of Sifas. Also, Rosewood, Curl Mapfo, ant) CommOn chairs ol all kinds. E. D. WELLS. Lnwrcncevillc. Nov. 16.1854. ' Horse for Sale. OORSE, Pedlar Wiigon and Harness for ¦*--*¦ Sale by the subscriber, cheap for Cash or np. proved paper, separately, or together. The horse is a good,serviceable animal. ___ JOc^S.] W. P. DAI LEY. MliRINOliS AND PARAMATAS.—Lh. dies have you seen thd%e cheap Marinocs and Parnmatas and Plain and Figured Detains, nt Wellsboro', Nov. 1. 1854, JONES & ROE'S. Worth Seeing-!, nnriE splendid assortment of Goods that - 1 - tho subscribers aro now daily receiving is rcaly worth a call In examine. They huvc just returned from New York with Che largest as...
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
DOUTOR YOUR^F.LF! The Pocket J-lsrnlnpiiis : OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN 1'IIYSICIAN THE Fiftieth Eduion, ^0*^^. with One Hundred En- /4sP^\qj?w\ gravings, showing Diseases /BY fi^ \«i and iMjlforrnations of the I In- /gli J&ilm. \»W man System in every sn M' c /M i^»y ^rar^ 'Sfi and form. To which is added|b[ BSfJ 'faffi |3 a Treaties on the Diseases oflBj ^SS eSlU ^ IS Females, being of the highest W^CjSp mJ l£j importance to married people, W^Xjf* \Wf IpSl or those contemplating nitir. ^gK 5SE2JH/ By Wh Youkg, ,M. D. ^3&*§^ Let no' fatlrcr be ashamed to prescnta copy of the jEscuLArius to hrs child. It may save him from an early grave, foot no young man or woman cntor into Ihe secret obligations of married lift without reading the Pocket iEscui »nus. Let no one suffering from a hacknied Cough, Pain in the side, restless njghts, nervous feelings, and llio whole train of Dynpcptic sensations, and given up by their physician, be. another moment without consulting the j...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
DRUGS AND MEDICINES! I INLAWRENCEVILLE, PA. T HE subscribers have constantly d9B& on hand at their Drug Store, in Law. ^tefST rcnceville, a large and well selected Block )I563 of DRUGS, Ifc, of every description U&^9 used by Physicians in the country, and all the most popular PATENT MEDlCINESol the dny which we offer for sale at prices which cannot Tail ot suit those who may favor us with a call. Among our Patent Medicines may bo found the following: Marchant's Gargling Oil; Jayne'sExpectorant,Alterative, Pills, Pills, &c; Moffat's Bitters and PllU; Fitche's silver plated Abdominal Supporters, traces, Inhaling Tubes, and all ihe medicines prepared by him for his private practice; Brant's Pxbnonary Balsam and Purifying Extracts : Ayre's Cherry Pectoral; Rogers' Syrup of Tdr and Canchalaguf.; DUlow's Heave Cure; ilndrew's Pain Killing Agent; ?Vu«W Magnetic Ointment; Dr. Christie's Galvanic Belts, tfc.; Houghlon's Artificial Pepsin; Blake's Aroiwilic Bitters...
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
CABINET ill AKIN*.. BT. VANUORN would inform ihe xS • xens oi \Vcllsborough and vicinity, ;iia[^^ has purchased the interest of his partner, -otniC'j Bliss, in the above business, and will conui^t t ^ •] the old stand, two-doors cast of Jones' Store. ;o ,«j ^ on hand and make to order ail kiuds oi Ct6iic( Furniture—such as (. Sofas, Divans, Ottomans. Card, Centre, Dining d p Breakfast TtiHn Dress Stands, Dress and Common Cumin > MAHOyONY &. COMMON WASH STa.XM Cottage, French and, Common ikantam, of every description, together with all articles jr. ¦ally made in his lineof 1 business. From Jus knowledge of tho business ic ¦- .: I tcrs liimBcif with the belief that those t;: ;| lo purchase, would do well to call ana mu..ci his work before sending elsewhere lor jn ,n:tui nrtinln. COFFINS, of every variety, made :o ncc short notice, and reasonable charges. TURNING done in a neat manner, at mx tice. *O | Chairs! Chaivs.' |^^^^ Tn addition lo the above, the >nv...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
ZINC PAIATS. One third cheaper than White Lead, and fteefrom all poisonous qualities. THE NEW JERSEY Z1XC COMPANY having greatly enlarged their works, and improved tho quality of their products, are prepared lo execute orders for their Superior Paints, Dry, and ground in Oil, in assorted packagesof from 25 to 500 pounds; also, Dry, in barrels, of 200 lba. each. Their White Zinc, which is sold dry or ground into, iswarraJited.PUlUi and unsurpassed for body and uniform whiteness. -». A method of preparation Ims recently boon discovered, ' which, enables the Company to warrant their paints to keep fresh and soft in tho kegs for any reasonable time. In this respect their paints will be superior to any olhcr in the market. Their Brown Zinc Paint, which is sold at a low price, and can only bo made from the Zinc ores from New Jersey, is now well known for it» protective qualities when ' applied; to iron or other lnetollicsur. fa.cp.it. Their Stone Color Paint possesses all the proper...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
lail and Winter Millinery Goods , for Ready-Pay. SJpIJE subscriber would s*z~~Zk *=*" respectfully inform the citi. fir"!?^***. zens of Wdllsborongh nnd vicin. S^^S^^&^^SSIk ity, that she is just receiving a jk'W* *^S^ 1 NEW i f FASHIONABLE ^gs£^®^ supplv of ^ JEJ MILLINERY GOODS,* 1 ^*?: consisting of BONNETS of every variety, LADIES CAPS, CHILDREN'S' HATS, BONNET LININGS, FLOWERS nnd RinBONSof 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 sine of New York city. The subscriber is now doing n Ready-Pay business, and would invito her friends to call and examine her goods before making their purchases, as she is confident they cannot suit themselves better at nnv other establishment. Work dono on short notice and in the most approved style. She extends h...
Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 8 February 1855
FARMER'S tUfliPN INSURANCE ¦ > ¦ cofyYAirx. ATHENS, IMAdVoRD CO., PA. C A PITA L—S20a, " 0p0WInsures Farmers only, on the Slock anil Mutual plan. ' 3. E. Canficld Scc'y., Hon. Horace Willislon, Prcs't. Remcm her that an experienced Travelling Agent, representing a sound and reliable Company near home, is preferable to a foreign Co., as (hero can, be no deception. Address, J. E. Webster, Agent, Covingtnn, Pa. S. F. WILSON, ET Removed lo James Lowrey'a Office. JTAS. LOWREY'A' S. F. WJfcSOW, A TTORNEY3 & COUNSELLORS AT ¦£*- LAW, will attend the Courts of Tioga, Potter city McKeon coonltes. Wellnboroujrh, Fell. 1,1853. JOHN N. BACIIE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Office, north side Public Square Wellsborotlgli, I'l. Refer* to Messrs. Pheipn, Dodge & Co.,N. Y and; Hon.A.V.Parsons,Philadelphia. July 13. CLEAVER HOUSE, (Formerly Graves' Hold,) WELLSBOROUGH, TIOGA CO., PA. June 8, '54. P. P. CLEAVER, Prop'tor. •