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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
TEajSUsOrrVWUCATIOK. I ' jfat Awwii/WM&wjyPtiridayttorn &mirt94M**m' si '* ^ffjm*»t u&mrjtf putf ftjjrMr.j tyfuberytbnUk** firs«^r far pttWrafe iitj fwth*\**d «e»t|jVfOTU«iMrw Mb, t*S*e*t mfit^M fU^- Jtrif^f. rt^*y«e.' bt'tltMv tfferffiV "Wimmmilt$Ui<aa ¦ ;,d j^Bf.^J5^:<?#* A»ai jnjtUiiCo$li,t\$. . $M§Hva' Mhi ' hi^' : ' *iii l 'SS dati tit ittrjj'nVttippnjmi' 3&*ki iivmim&Ut ,iw«eiat a r«i- tt' jTttMcTimuitfetoit-piid. ^ - r - - . . ¦ BBAXXBS IW , Italian and American Marble , MANTEIiS, MONPMEJJTS, TOMBS CENOTAPHSISRAVROTONES. - S7* Entire Bititfiction will aloava bd eWen. SHOP lNTtO6AVXfLAGB,PENirA.d Jaly.l8,T854^y. ^ FAnVUEWH VXIOlt INSUBAIV€£ A . COHILPAlfir. . ATHENS, BBADFOUD CO., PA. /CAPITAL—$200^0001—Insures Farmers ^-^ only, on th» Stock »nd Mntoal plan. 3. E. Cmfield Seo'yn Hon. Horace WitlUlon; Prea't Remem ber that an experienced TravelliDg AgeBt,reprewnting a Round and tellable Company near home, is preferable...
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
KOBEirr «oy ; nt* iimitrrArrrtt 09 iAVB^t Tfti \ *- ¦•" , -me irWiowiKd wnotw ..^, , ^.\ .,-, Ainmonli, *'" ' ' llo\'Dte$dl ' "'j '_ .'.' .' AnneUoj :. .»...-. HJ.jeJBlTPP^., " .. ' . ..:. Antimony, ..- ' ¦ r &?W^3W^M ^ Artilc., ••' . ¦ ¦ InSofaJlklndg ,. ^1-iteeching ?6t»l)eT i«i r*: Lampblacl 1 ,'"' ' ^ovelniactrnUi Uin»,LookiBg'Gltts», ' - ' ,. from-LiBBn ' , ' ' -. ! / Le»U«ir VarnUh, ,y ' ,?)»<*l|»fe»»»W«J. « , . . MmeriBh^eij^n^lbr ¦ .M.r«, H-hoaUAeihoet WhllB VUUH,! ¦ ¦>. Bay Water, ,j. -v.- |li4de»,' "..,-,-v "'••"/ Borax, ..,,, - ( a^tmeg,,. Brimstone, ' ¦' ¦ ¦ '- . Oik,<i lugejnrfety,) BrosheadrillWndi;"":;'. OiiJlitWitii'" -; •'" . BaePoisons 1' 1 ' ''' " Opooiidboi 1 ' Cimph' or,^ :< - VJ ^ > li PydU ' c^HkindB, " Coatfle Soap, , w ,.-.-. , g««ra, .. -, Cayenne PeJ>]pcr, f - PeJfpW," ' . . Cetoent ' fcr ' eatthetfw*iejPrussian Blue, • • ¦ ¦ < ; Cinnamon, ¦ '>, ¦ .>' ¦ Pillsot variouskindf, - C...
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
STILL II* THE FIELD! THE subscriber having recently received his slock of goods for the season, offers a choice selection of »BI GOODS, consisting in part of Broad.Cloths, Prints,Ginghams, Detains, Shambrays, Bareges, Lawns, Para, mettes, Alapacas, Velvets, Brown and Bleached Sheetings and 8hirtingB f Tickings, Drillings, Waddinffs . 'BattlngB, Wickings, Ves lings, Cravats, StotiJtB, Collars, Handkerchiefs, Cam bricks, Laces, Trimmings, Grain Bags, Carpet Bags, Cotton Yarn, Twine, Carpet Warp, Umbrellas and Parasols, with a good lot of READY-MADE CLOTHING, con. listing of Men and Boys' Linen and Gingham, Tweed and Jean Coats, Denino Overalls and Shirts, Vests, &c Groceries. Hyson, Hyson Skin and Young Hyson Teas; a large lot of Sugars, different grades and prices, Molasses, Syrup, Tobacco, Pepper, Spice, Coffee, Cocoa, Ginger, Soda, Cream Tarter, Suleratus, Candies, Lemons, Oranges, Drugs and Dye Stuffs, Paints and Oils, Window Glass and Sash. HARDWARE. Axes, 8hovels, ...
Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
Custom Boot &. Shoe Shop, ATM. SherW6od' s old stand, where ihe •**¦ Sbahs' Boys continue to make, mend, and measure to order, at as low prices aa the times will admit) All work warranted—(o wear out in a year or so —and not rip or come to pieces 'till it doet wear out. Hides, Wanted. CASH will be paid /br«ny quantity of hides at the highest market price, July 13,1854. GEO. W. SEARS. SASH & BLIND FACTORY. . SWNY FORK, TIOGA CO., PA. HPHE subscribers having purchased the SaBh Factory at Ston j Pork, have now on hand, and ore making all kinds bf square and fancy Sash and Blinds. The mibscribera flaUer«;iI)en)seJves 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. HTAJ1 orders in our line of business will ba promptly attended to, S. &, D. B. WILCOX. Stony Fork, Juno 8.18S4. . ,? Carpeting, Jke. T^HE subscribers have just replenished (heir x st...
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
WELLSBORO' FOTIVDRY and Machine Shop. •T^HE subscriber having rented the interest _L of Levi Chubbuck in the Wcllsborough Foundry, is now prepared to manufacture most kinds of machinery—such a< Mill Cranks, Mill Gearing, Slides, Balance-Whecls, Shafts;Pullies, <fyc, Sfc. Machinery of all kinds repaired on short notice, by experienced workmen, and on reasonable terms. Ploughs. The attention of Farmers is particularly called to oar assortment of Ploughs, which are unsurpassed by any other Foundry in tbe . Slate. Our Ploughs consist in. part of the celebrated Chubbuck Plough, No. 5. do. do. do. 4. Dutcher do. Blackley Plough. Cora do. Side Hill do. The Side Hill Plough is the only Plough that will turn equal furrows on either side, and plow on level ground. Stores, Stoves. An extensive assortment of Stoves will be kept constantly on hand, embracing the best kinds now in use, a description of which he will give in a further advertisement. CALDRON KETTLES, Seven Snd F...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
Public Wants.—Immediate and decisive answers are wanted to the following questions : ¦¦ How to ga.in a, reputation for talent in your native town. ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - '>.; How tq give advice ' Co, or argue wiih a fool, •flow to borrow money on -the plea of extreme poverty. How to get long credit Of tradesmen, if they generally see you in shabby clothes. How to make your children tell lies for you, and not teach them to lie for themselves. How to make evasive excuses without incurring the guilt of lying. ' How ' to ' screw dowtt a meohanid - bolow the fair living price of a job, and not at the end cheat yourself. ¦ How to nmaits wealth wifhoul selling your, self to the devil. ' ¦ . How to substitute a word in « newspaper communication as •• moon" for " lunar orb," without provoking a rJhtlologtcal controversy as voluminous as the diversions of Parley. - How to edit a pnpor to the satisfaction of both magpies and bw^Br ' 'r ' *' ' ' . How to write solid'editorial* when 1 jou/ bead sn...
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
DRUGS AND MEDICINES! IN LAWRENCEVILLE, PA. THE subscribers have constantly0gBb on hand at their Drugstore, in Law- gEf renceville, a large and well selected stock fflSfl of DRUGS, <jc, of every description t£| used by PhyaiciaoB in the country, and all the mosi, popular PATENT MEDICINES of the day which we offer for sale at prices which cannolfai ot suit those who may favor. , us with a call. Among onr Patent Medicmes may be fonnd the following: t t mareaamwargivg vu; jaync mnxpenoram, ju teratite, PUU, Pills, &e.; SUffat't Bitten and Plllt; FUehe'itilver plated Abdominal Support , tn, Braces, Inhaling Tube*, and all the ntdicinet prepared by him for hii private practice; Brant's Pxlmonary Baltam and Purifying Extracts; Ayre'i Cherry Pectoral i Rogtra' Syrup of Tar and Canciiahtgut; Dittow's Heave Cure; An. drew's Pain Kitting Agent; Trust's Magnetic Ointment; Dr. Chrittit' ) Galvanic Bells, $c; Houghton's Artificial Pepsin; Blake's Aromatic Bitten; and all the mo...
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
DOCTQR YOURSELF! The Pocket iEsculapius: OR, EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHYSIC1AD THE Fiftieth Edition, ^§gj^ with One Hundred En- ^(B^^T^^ gravirigs, showing Diseases nW/ Jjft ^9. and Malformationa of the Hn- ttgl J^L\ \H man System in every shape JW rf^OB^ M and form. To which is addedjgj MCTlMtfe fl a Treaties on the Diseases ofHl ThHssAbs ^Ii Females, being of tbo highest H jSHfiB la importance to married peopled S»HHB JSJ or those contemplating mar- jtagjS&gtaKi By Wm Young, M. D. ZXgP* Let no father be ashamed to prcseota copy of tbt .iEecuupius to his 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 ^scdlahos. Let no one suffering from a hacknjed Cough, Pain in Hie -sicfe, restless ni ghts, nervous feelings, and the VShoic train of Dyspeptic sensations, and g iven up by their physician, be another moment without consulting the jEscoiafujb. Have the married, or those nlxral to ...
Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
New Cheap/millinery Goods, for Ready-Pay. fpHE subscriber would ^pr^ JL respectfully inform the citi. Rr"^gL ^ zena of Wellsborough and vicln- W&*^3w*asss ity, that she is just receiving aJjBr'S'*'^S^W NEW £ FASHIONABLE Wg^M&r supply of ' • VI MILLINERY aOOD .S,-*™^^»r consisting of'BONNETS of every variety, LADIES CAPS, CHILDRENS' HATS, BONNET LININGS, FLOWERS and RIBBONS of every bind and quality, GLOVES, MITTS, EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS, UNDER8LEEVES, 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 lie obtained ' cheaper than elsewhere this side of New York oily. The-sabscriber (s now doings Ready.Pav business, and' would invite her friends to call-and eramino her goods before making their purchases, as she is confident they cannot suit themselves better at any other establishment. " .' . ~ • ' Work done on abort notice and ia the moat approved style. . , . • ',...
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
ZINC PAINTS. One third cheaper than White Lead, and free from all poisonous qualities. rpHE NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY ¦*- having greatly enlarged Ilieir works, and ini' proved the quality of their products, are prepared lo execute orders for their Superior Paints, Dry, and ground in Oil, in assorted packages of from 25 to 500 pounds; also, Dry,in barrels,of 200 H» each. Tfteir White Zinc, which is sold dry or ground into, iswarrantcd PURE and unsurpassed for bodj and uniform whiteness. A method of preperation has recently been disco Tcred, which enables the Company to warrant Iheii paints to keep ftcah and soft in tho kegs for any reasonable time. In this respect their paints will be superior to any other in the market. Their Drtwn Zinc Paint, which is Bold at a low price, and can only be made from' the Zinc ores from New Jersey, is now welj known for its protective qualities when applied to iron or other metallicsurfaces. • ¦•.-„' Their Stone Color Paint possesses all the prope...
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
tfHt; :rinri**>M ¦t t i. a. *«•**•¦»• • ¦¦ To thei leafs rv* *«1 tt»«wW« er* nenlU «iWo«*ket,floibwl«JimaiBie'ftiaji -. Dropped byUieMH^.«4h»P^op>* '»W PP«H Of .urainerMita, and jww**t$ eompwwpw* By the soft Usiss of the wind and dew. TnciUedwith alglad surpris", ****** **> *»<*• Thepleasuw pi U» h^wud^nua* ,U w When Eschol's duster* <» BA 'houHerftlay, Dropping their tmeiM*«•»» *¦«* *»'* frsttr-^Thls ruit beseems nd WW j>f sin, ' Iu mrent vint, rooted m Parwuev Of th« great f iwblef-^ jtoBj«i»J <*><=. Edea'« exotic, dmahotf smojWetfin. To keep the doms 1 and thWM company," Ferchanes oot fntiyni mother, pluckd d m baste A single vine-dip **>be passed the gate . Where lie dre.ci Sword, alternatepaled aud born d, And lha stern angel, pitying hit Mb, Forgave the lovely trespasser, and tnrneo . A.ido bii Ikti 6F B«: w»d tBos Urnwaste And fatlon world hath yel its annual UiU -. Of primal good, to prove or sin t...
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
Family Grocery & Provision STORE. npHB subscriber would inform his friends ¦*- and the citizens of Tioga county generally that he has just received a large and superior sup ply of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. SUCH AS Teas, Sugars by the barrel or otherwise, Coffees, Molasses, Stewart's Syrup, Mice, Pepper, Ginger, Saleratus, Allspice, Indigo, Tobacco, Soap, Mould and Sperm Candles, Salt by ihe barrel or sack, Mackerel by the whole, j^and i barrel, Codfish by [th% 100 <tr single pound, ^-Tlour, Cheese, Crackers ' emitter # Eggs, together with every' other article m the Grocery line, lower than can be got at any other place in town, aa he U determined to make quick sales at spall pro6ts. • > Thankful for past favors he would most respectfblly invite his friends and the public generally to give him a call and eiamihe for tbtjmselveii. . . M. M. CONVEBS. WolInboTongh, May 27,1853.
Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
IVEW ABRAIVGEMBIVTS.. A t QRQ^VL would announce to the citi-- fl - • i^n» pi Tioga chanty, thai, bo bei,»s»ociated with, him a partner, arid the business-will be conducted under tbe firm of A. Crowl & Co. They will continue at the old stand, ia Welfsborongb, to manufacluro to order and keep on hand, Buggys &¦ '< liiimbcr Wagons , . CARRIAGES, SLEIGHS, CUTTERS, * c., which for Btyla,,durability and elegance of finish, cannot be Burpassed by any other similur establish, ment in the country. Workmen of celebrity are engaged, and thebest materials used expressly in all the manufacturing departments of this establishment Persona send ing orders may rest assured of having them execucdt 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. PAINTINO of all kindu done on the shortest notice, and most reasonable terras. 07AI1 kinds of merchantable produce (deliv...
Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
STEARNS' Self-Setting m\\ Bogs. 'T'Hfc, undersi gned having purchased ifie right of using the above Mill Dogs in Tiogi county, would announce to the public generally that he is ready to furnish them at short notice, io any port of the county, on the moat rea»on»Ue terms, and warrant Ihem to set correct from Jiaif «n inch to two inchcB in thickness. They arc the cheapest and the most durable Dog in use. They are very simple in construction, consequently my aesily kept in repair . . They can be used for iwo saws in a gate ju.t as well aB for one. TermB, 850.00 per sett for one saw, (the man owning the mill finding the headblocls and bonrdmq the men while putting them in) and $55.00 for two saws. N. B.—All orders promptly attended to. D. B. WILCOX. Weelsbobocoh, Dec. 5,1853. I would say that we have use£the above descn bed Mill Dogs for about four months, and oat sawyers like them much and think them prefera ble to any they have used. S. E. ENSWORTH. I have a set of the above descr...
Id=113 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
FVRNITURE WARE ROOM FOR TIOGA COUNTY. THE subscriber, encouraged by the liberal patronage he has recoived for the last three years, has enlarged his slock, and now offers a good variety of Ihe mo»l durable and elegant Household Furniture at the lowest prices. Ho has upwards of twenty different kinds of Chairs from the Common Windsor Cottage, to Ihe best Mahogany spring seat, and mahogany rockers; twelve different styles of Bedsteads; three Btylcs of Sofas and Tables, including Mohogany and Marble top Centre Tables, ' Bureaus, Work Stands and Wash Stands in great variety. His stock is so large, and price bo low, that it ib an object for those wishing FURNITURE in this county, to visit his rooms. He is also the agent of Messrs. BLISS & AMES of Addison, for tbo sale of their very superior. WINDOW SASH, BLINDS AND DOORS, which be Bells at the same prices, as they are, pui chased at his Factory. E. D. WELLS. Lawrencevillc, Sept. 7,1858. I
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
Perpetual Motion. Discovered at Last. J'HE subscriber having been appointed agent by S. W. Paine for the sale of Ihe Roue Peck Improved Direct Aclion Water Wheels, would say to the owners of Saw Mills in Tioga county, that he is ready to furnish the above mentioned Water Wheel at Wellsboro', at any time after Ibis date, on the most reasonable terms. These Wheels are warranted to do the best business with the least quantity of water of any Wheel in use, (except an Overshot.) The great advantages of these wheels over all others is the manner in which tbe water is applied to the wheel, is such that there cannot be auy waste of water, the gates or sheets regulating the quantity. The gate is so constructed that it shuts almost perfectly tight. Quantity of water required under eight feat head, 130 square inches, under 20 feet head,50 inches; all heads between these in proportion. All wheels warranted to perform according to recommendation, if they do not we lake them out and replace the...
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
TAILORING. & good and workmanlike, manner, for ready pay, and at prices that cannot fail to please. All work entrusted to him will be done up with despatch, and a fit warranted. ' CUTTING done on Bhort notice. Country probucc (delivered) of all kinds, taken for work. H. P. ERWIN. Wellsborough, April 33,1854.
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
Carnage & Wagon Manufac-: tory. HENRY PETRIE would an- ¦-,£- noiinoo to his friends and tboftatjPglK publiogenonlly, lhai he is cwntinuing-SESsSi the ahoye business on €refton itrMt, itninediaiejy id the reaVof J.R. Bowen'a ¦tore, where he isprenarod4oiq|nulVotHreon sljortn ' olice, • ... . . CniTiage*, Bugfries, Salkieft, ' : ' ¦ ¦ ; rt--''J¥ngon»y ' : .-• . of any stjle or description to .suit the purchajwr, aidof the wry be»tm»}majf. AH,kinds of re, pairing.dboe < urthw»(n, and on; t themoil ceuon»ble ¦ ^i^^^'^diii^^ ' ^U prortbl. ly encuted m the twit manner *nd mott jSsb ionable style. ' ' " ; •'-'' ¦ ' ¦ * '¦¦ • ¦' : ' ¦ ^eMmti'Jalii^i. HBJiRy PETWR
Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
• . •• ¦ .-¦Worth': ;8eein£!;J;.,:-. ¦ rpHE splendid assortment of Goods ifi^t ¦4- tbB 'snfiscribert aro:now daily itceiwng fS realy wor* a;e»ll,la;o^ajpinB.r,,;rhBy h»voJB»t returned frjjmjNew .York; with; thej«ge«t. tsaorU ment of Dry Goods, inolqdiqf ,L«dle»' Difes* <?»ods, tbat wu e^«r ^re^.ln .tbw ' cma^Endijiill.-mw reqaested toca# and eiiBiipe 0^ whelbar tk«j wish to b'i^ or Mt, i yo|^am(S)i%W^^ would be uselesf to.a^tempf.A-personal inspection can only give one an idea of what tlt^'Extensive esU^t lishment oonUiis. - - ' .. ' ' 'ETtiQtPTjfOSOEP TBB PtACE! rj > ' • "!' 'A Tit New Stercof .•' " :. • " '- Jul f l3,i«4 JONES & ROB. ^ ^S^ESlwSi;?^: fPHE subscriber lakes pleasure in announ JL eitur to his old-patr6oa "and the rest of mankfid," t}*t he Is still carrying on tho ¦' •y o^jWins*. mkmvi« . " fiftti its branches, at his oldfitahd, ' near the WeUstortotgh Academy?. X .r... : ;- 1../.J . " .;. ¦ " ' . 0 His work is manufactured from the best of ...
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 2 November 1854
BiivftnL '"IEpitaph."—The San Diego Herald publishes ibe^ foll owing, written upon a young man who was accidentally shot: " here lies the body br JeemiHambrick ~ »'Ti(>Jl !Mi|>C9ident«lJyi/(pi' " on lfca(baak.,Qf , lb,e p»cu» rfvej , ' by « young ' man * i ha Mi accidentally shot with one of tbo large coil's reVolrefSw ' tlh no stopper for the cock .to rest an it. wasbnfl of the old fashion kind braarf mw^l«4:*8a of BUeh i» the kingdomiotbttk*e&l ¦ > '¦ ¦ ¦¦. , ¦ ' . ¦ • •:;¦ "< •