Elephind.com contains 47,710 items from Agitator
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
New Cheap lUillincjry CjuoiIm. for Ready-Pay. TH E subscriber would "1 respectfully inform Iho citj. Wp^Wb& zens of Wellsborough and vicin - j(&«T^S*aBk ily, thai she is just receiving a ' W'*r*'j m^ XbW $ FASHIONABLE ^ mtpfim^'^ MILLINERY GOODS . ^T ^^C consisting of BONNETS of every xoriily, LADIES CAPS, CHILDRENS 1 HATS,'BONNET hi-NINGS, FLOWERS and RIBBONS of every kind and quality, GLOVES', MITTS, BMBHO1DKRIE8, COLLARS, UNDERSLEEVErf, Handkerchiefs, Silks , Plain and Barred Muslins, Lacr*, Cotton and Linen Edging, and a 1 variety of olhi r tilings loo numerous to mention. . All of which call be obtained cheaper than elsewhere lhU tmlc of New York cily. The subscriber is now doing a Rta' dij-Piy busi ness, and would invite her friends to call und oxaminc her goods before making their "purchaser, as hIic is confident they cannot suit thcuibi-lves bUlif at anv other establishment. Work done on short notice and in Ihc most approved style. She extends her sincere...
Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Important. TXf HEREAS, on ( he night of ihe 24th o! ' * March last, James I. Jackson, and others by the use of fjlsc keys or otherwise, forced their nay into the dwelling house of llic subscriber, while the family were absent and removed his goods out of tho house in order to get possession—and further, the said James'I. Jackson look 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 appearance to llic next court ol Quarter Sessions. This is therefore to forbid all persons pnying any accounts lo James I. Jackson mudcat the woolen Factory and Saw Mill from that time until Ihe 1st day of March, A. D. 1852, as \ have a leapc of the Woolen Factory nnd Saw Mill from that time until the 1st day of March, A. D. 1855, binding me to collect all debts for work done. LEWIS C. PENDLETON. Delinar, July 27, 1854-tf.
Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
BOWEN'S EMPIRE STOJIE Important to the Public. AT J. R. BOWEN'S Empire Slire Ihe time has finally come, when Goods | can be bought a^ cheap in Wollsborough, as at Elmira, Corning, or in any other town west of New York ; and Ihc public at large are invited to call and satisfy themselves that this is no Humbug. Al i. R. Bowcn's will always be found ah extensive assortment of well selected DRY CiOODS , GROCERIES, HARDWARE, BOOTS & SHOES, and a large variety oi Gentlemen's Clothing, HATS,CAPS, SHIRTS,COLLARS, SCARFS, &c all of which will bo disposed of at a reduced price J. R. BOWEN " . Wellsborough, July 27, 1854-tf.
Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Notice NOTICE is hereby given that the ijiency of Mr. John E. Webster for tho. Sin to Mutual Insurance Company, of HarriBburgi is this day revoked ; and those of this borough wishing to havo their property, insured in the above Cumpa ly will please make application lo B. B. Smith, J£&q., who is our rcgulajly appointed agent for Wellsborougb and vicinity. Mr. Win, Weatlierbeo has been recently appointed a Travelling agent for said Company; and Farmers wishing to insure their property in the same, either on the Slock or Mutual principle, can have an opportunity of doing so when called upon by Him. J. FULTON, General A r gent. N. D. Farmers, and others, aru cautioned) against letting themselves be defrauded by tying agents, representing companies with fictitious capital. Wcllaborough, July 14, 1854. jy S7-lf.
Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
NEW ARRIVAL.! SPRING GOODS. CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. FONHS & ROI4, U'cllshorou}!l., 1'a., arc ^ now rt'cciving 1 direct from New York 11ml IJos>- tnii Markets, a large and well hclfctcd slock oi" D R V (iOODS GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, UKAU'VMAD I.-: C'LOTlIIMi, HATS & CAPS. BOOTS &, SHOIOS, A.c, \c. (' ash buyers will find il greatly In their inli-rctl to call and exa mine this extensive stock befure purcliasiiig el.-cwlierc, as they will always find a large assortment In select fiom, and at prices that uo defy all companion. May 18, lcC)4.
Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Stray Horse. C AME into ihe enclosure ofj§k ^ the subscriber, on the 16lh inst., ^Ktjwwlc?^^ A LIGHT BAY MARE, dark mane f#'jS' 5* and tail. The owner is requested lo*ojh&fgijb come forward, prove property, pay charges land lake her away ; ulhcrwise she will be disposed of aCcor* dins lo law. BENJAMIN FURMAN. (iaincs, July 20, 1Sj4-3\v.* I
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
From the Detroit Daily Advertiser JLO*G CHERISHED REVENGE. CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. The hisiory of jurisprudence embodies among its dusty archives many a inle of love, oi' sorrow, of blighted affection, of bi'ter, remorseless perseeulion, and of long cherished vengeance, which needs not the pen of a Warren nor a Die-Kens lo invest it with every attribute of startling interest which can make the wildest narrative of fiction. In the year 1835, there came into the county of Lapeer, Michigan, a German, from the province of VVurtemberg, by ihe name o( Uirich, bringing with him a ) oung and aitrnclive wife, to whom he had been some years married. This lady, when a girl, had been a bel . le in her IjllleneighborhojFd/of Wuriemburgh, and had been sought in mnrringe by more than one anxious suitor; and among them was one Daum, by whom she hnd been courted, ajid to whom she had extended such encouragement as had led him to fix his affection's upon her, with all the fervor of a German heart....
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Ruzor-Strop Redivirus The reporter of ihe San Francisco News furnishes that paper wilh the following report of a speech made by a California' Auctioneer: " Ladies and gentleman, I now have the honor of putting up a fine pocfjet handkerchief j a yard wide and a yard long, and almost a yard thick ; one half cottpn and t'other half cotton too; beautifully printed wiih stars and stripes on one side, ar d the stripes and stars on t'other ; II will wife dust from ihe eyes so completely as ' to be death to demagogues, and make politics as bad a business as printing papers; its dark color will enable it to hide dirt, and never need washing; going at one dollar ?—Twenly-five cents 1—one bil 1 Nobody wants it ?— Oh ! thank you, sir! '•Next gentleman, for the ladies wont be permuted, to bid on this article, is a real, simon-pure, tempered, highly polished, keenedged Sheffield razor: bran spankin new ; never opened before to sun-light, moon light star-light, day-light, or cut a disagree...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
JOY TO THE WORLD! i " MAN HIS OWN PHYSl . CiAN." DR. PffiltlP LEDDY' s DEATH-TO-PAIN. The great American Remed y for Feter 6 f Ague, Rheumatism, Dysentery, Cholics, and Griping Pains, Bruises and Strains, Burns $¦ Scalds, Fresh Wounds, Dyspepsia, Covghs < f Colds. AND ALL 0TIIEB lilNDRED DISEASES. r PHIS Medicine hjis proved, and will prove an unconditional Pain Destrotkr in all oases, whether External or Internal. Hence it lias received the appropriate name of " Dcalh-lo-Pain£\ It has, by being, kept on hand by families who . ippw its value, be 'en the means of saving money, aVd often lifo, by its timely use in sudden allacltH^Jitfi) in caso of accidents. In all bruises and flesh wounds this Death-to-pain is the best embrocation that can be found. The sorcnesB is immediately extracted —swellings reduced—fond profuse bleeding stopped. A single dose will caseithc most severe griping pains in lhe bowels, and a faw applications will ease Ihe severest rheumatic and nervous pain...
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
. IMPORTANT .to rns Farmer, Farrier & Stage Proprietor GEO. W. MEUOHANT'S CELEBRATES G^EGrUNG OH UBPiRtiLLILID IN TUI H18T91Y or KCSiailE As tte ant remarkable External Application evea : : diioovered. "They cto'fc Keep House without it" Experience of more tlisn tixiccn vcarn tins establishes Iho fact that Merchant's Cclehrated Gargling Oil, or Unl venal Family Umbrocaiion, will cure most cases, and re-Here all such as Bpanns, Sweeney, Ringbone, TindgaUa!" Poll Evil, Callous, Cracked Heels, Grills of all kinds, Fresh Wounds, Sprains, Bruises; Fistula, Sitfast, Sand Cracks, Strains, Lameness, Foundered Feet, Scratches or " Grease, Mange, Rheumatism, Bitcs' of Animals, External Poisons, Painful Nerroug Affections, Frost Bites, Boils, Corns, Whitlows, Burns and Scalds, Chillblains, Chapped Hands. Cramps, Contractions of lie Muscles, Swellings, weakness of •tho Joints, Caked Breasts, <ic ic. <tc The unparalleled succeu of ihis Oil, in the cure of diseasei. in. Ho...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Magistrate for a I-ittle While—llrvacb of Promise Case. Yesterday morning, directly after breakfast, we stepped into Squire Anderson's office, as he requested uslo do when he left, to read his papers and use his writing materials if we should have occasion lo do so. As we sat reading a newspaper, a strariger entered, who, by his appearance, indicated ihai he might belong to the order of" outside barbarians." He walked up to the bar of Justice with a firm step, and inquired, as hecfiughtoureye: " Are you a magistrate 1" Wishing to practise some for the purpose of getting our hand in, jusi to see how it would seem to bo a magistrate for a little while, we replied: " Wo don't profess lo be anything else but a magistrale, just for the present." " Well, 1 called to see aboul a litlle lo»e scraps—n sort of breach of promiss." " Ah ! Who's the jiltea Lothario7" we innquired. " Oh, a young man in our neig hborhood," he replied. " Well, be 'kind enough to 'State the individuals name. The...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Mistake in tbe Weight Andrew Wyman was like Lord Byron in one respect. He had a great horror of growfat. What added to his apprehension on liiis score was the fact that his father, before Ihe died, attained a degree of rolundily which would have enabled him to fill, with respectability, the office of alderman. Andrew stood five feet eight in his stockings, and weighed one hundred and forty-five pounds—a very respectable weight—wilhin which he endeavored lo keep himself, by ihe free umi til ' vinegur and other acids, which are reported lo diminish nny tendency to cprpiilency. Andrew wns in ihe habit of weighing himself once a fortnight, in order to make sure that he was nol transgressing proper bounds. Ho bad been nbsent from home rather more than a week, and just stepped out of the cars in the depot, when his atlention was arrestod by an instrument for determining the weight. ; Mechanically he placed himself"op the platform, and adjusted the weight to one hundred an^ Tony-fi...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
A Western Love.Letter. 100b eight huridrec and 50 fore. My Deer Henby—I errbracb this here opporchuniiy (0 let you knough as how I had a spell of aiger, and Ldoes hope Iheas fue lines may find yew enjoyingjlhe same God's Bless in ! Why dont yew onjley rite a sweate line to tell sufferin Kathrun all about her sweate Henry. 0! my sweate Henry—my turtle dove—my pidging—Afty deer, deer Henry—how my poor sole is longin for.to heer yer sweate voyce. 1 Ijhink 1 heer bin) eingin Yanky Dudle as he cams from his plow now. Oh, my Henry, do cum out and let.s get married. So no more at present, but remane yer lovin „ ¦ KATHBtrilr An Tilden. To my sweate Henry. ! P. S.—Part sekkund. Jeem Blasleet has razed a nue house , and Salty does live so snug, she fifes him sumtimes when he's a little antony over. My sweate Henry Tel uskeape house, and if yew luv me I want whi p yew indeed ;jiqr I wont look avhoMay ' el8e, " 8o ' I wont. Daddy says as how I nitist git ' rnarrtedi .because, ' , I Imve run...
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
DRUGS AND MEDICINES IN LAWRBNCEVILLE, PA. _ rpHE subscribers have constantly ^n •*• on hmd at their Drug Store, in Law- ^SEf ronccville, a large and well selected Block jaScq pf DRUGS, Ifc, of every description £SL=9 used by Physicians ' in the country, and nil the most popular PATENT MEDICINESof the day, which wo offer for sale at prices which cannot fail to suit thoso who may favor us wilh a call. Among- oar Patent Medicines may be found the following : ' S NarclianCt GareliveOH; Javnt' f Expectorant, Al¬ terative, Pills, Pill*, *e.; Moffat's Bitltrs and PllU; FUche 1 ) silttr plated ¦Aba'ominal Supporttss . Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and all lie medicines prepared by him for his private practice; Brant's Pxlmanary Balsam and Purifying Extracts: Ayre's Cherry Pectoral; Rogers' Syrup of Ta> and Canchalapuf; Dillow's Heave Cure; Andrew's Pain 'Killing Agent; Trusk's Magnetic Ointment; Ih, Christie's Galvanic Belts, «^c; Houghtan's Artificial Pepsin; Blake's Aromnlic Bitt...
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
WJEJLLSBOKO' FOUNDRY and machine Shop. npHE subscriber having rented the interest JL of Levi Ohubbuck in the Wellsborough Foundry, is now prepared to manufacture most kinds o machinery—each as I Mill Cranks, Mill Gearing, Slides, Balunce-Whecls, Shafts, Pullies, dfC, 6fc. Machinery of all kinds repaired on short notice, by experienced workmen, and on reasonable <,crms. Ploughs. The attention of Farmers is particularly called to our assortment of Ploughs, which are unsurpassed by any other Foundry in the Suite. Our Ploughs consist in part of the celebrated Chubbuck Plough, . ' No. 5. do. ' do ¦ - do. 4. Dutcbcr do. Blacklcy Plough. Corn do. . Side Hill . do. The Side Hill Plough is the only Plough ' that will lurn equal furrows on cither side, and plow on level ground. , Stores, Stoves. An extensive assortment of Stores will Lc kept constantly on hand; embracing the best kinds now in use, a description of which he will give in a further advertisement. 1 ^ CALDRON KETTLES...
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
DOCTOR YOURSELF.! The Pocket JGsculapias: OR, EVERY O1*B HIS OWN PHYSICIAN rpHE Fiftieth j Edition, jrfj^ ^b _ JL with One Hundred En- ^ KP^^S^k gravings, showing Diseases Imr -jRl ^m and Malformations of the Hn- ISl' JmyrS Yw> man System in every shape Jm7 fS&BSBo \(9 ond form. - To wliioh is addciljfij jJQJflfKga t 19 a Treaties on the Diseases onBI i(jMmffl'* IB Females, being of the highest Waft Hnfiw ~ ' JS importance to married people, yKHDitfir jgn or those contemplating mar- '^Bffijjft&TTaly Bv Wai Young, M. D. 3f8^ Let no father be oslmmcd to presonta Copy of the iEscuurius 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 williont reading tbo Pocket ./Esculahus. Let no one Buffering Irom a hacknied Cough, Pain in Hie side, restless nights, nervous feelings, and the whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, and given up by their physician, be another moment without consulting ...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
Custom Boot & Shoe Shop, A T M. Sherwood's old s ' lirtid, where the ¦**¦ Sears''Bovs continue to nmke, mend, and measure to order, at ai low prices as the limes will admit.' , ' ' „ ... ,. . ¦ AU work warranted—to wear out in a year or so —and not rip or Scorae topieceg 'lilt it does wear onW Hides Wanted. ; CASH . «iU . '-b«Qfekidlfbr. any quantity of hides at ilia highest tna ' rket p " hce. ' " '" ' ¦ " JriLy ^3, 1854., i „..:-. . GEO. Wi,-SEARS.' Gloves and' Hosiery. A PtiLt sltJck'of Genfs u Ahd Ladies Kid, Silk, «nd Lisle Thread .Gloves; iijso 1 , aTiill. as. soitmentj of Hosiery i just received by , ¦ ¦ . ¦ ;¦ ¦¦ •'. - Oct,, 3?, 1853v-<, r JONES & ROB.!. :, Blakete (Patent Ohio > PMRB PROOF mm^^O mmi of lhe •*• genuine, ortieleV jdsl received and'for sale at mucli,|os«1iianformerpricO8,a»' i .- ¦ .. '¦•-¦' * j . uiy 13 ,1854.; :.jriivfVff^j^& roe;s,, ( /.•iv/oiiadics 'jsiipesi" . " :l ',.'. A -LAiRGR asjoMment; " ofi.BoetSi -.GaiiBM ...
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 3 August 1854
jfclNOPAIATS. One third cheaper than White Lead, and free from all poisonovs qualities. rpHE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY -*- having greally enlarged their works, and improved the quality of thoir products, aro prepared lo execute orders for their Superior Paints, Dry, and ground inOil . ln'assorteo 1 packngcRof from 25 to 500 pounds; also, Dry, in barrels, of 200 lbs, each. Their White Zinc, which is sold dry or ground into, iswarranled PURE and unsurpassed for-hiid y and uniform whifeness. , ' A method of preparation has recentl y been .discovered, which enables tlio Company to warrant llieir paints to keep fresh and,eoft in tho kegs for any reasonablo time. In this 'respect their paints will be superior to any other in the market. Their Brown Zint Paint, which U eold at a low price, and can only be made from the ,Zinc ores from Neiv Jcney, is now well known fbr its protective qualities when upplied to iron or other metallic surfaces. • Their Stone Color Ijaint possesses all Ihe ...