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(retain the blithest Style of art. Among the
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atre.ihelellowlnt well knowu
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11EANNAttl'.110triiD. PHNBX CAREY,
Ituamorsitemstftut, mai, RUNT,
In'the'Sanuary 'lumbar • will be commenced
tho Most strikinglroriginal novel of the day)
' entitlea' '
I.l,4*`zaii4.B:l7TH o'ears• dmirr • -• • •
commenced in an early.
iiitittieroOwconlipevolowiNt MOST START,
LINO AND.` INTENSELY'.INTERESTING
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~'.....J.THE GREAT REPUBLIC. , MONTHLY is
tbelarileat Magazine published in this country.
Ovlit $40,000, :has: been already,' expanded, to
trinilt•to;•.its present' highl.degree . 'of merit.—
. The:pnblishers ire, detertnined to give it the
; I:ARGEST. CIRCULATION -in the Noild.—
Witkthis view they 'make the following
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• • GNIF!-IgENT, OFFERS: ,
• Ariffthey 'refer - 16- aver} , 'aubicitber now , on
' their hooka Silo rhe'fidelity with which they
Nall their obligatiims.. '.. . .
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..",.Onbseriptione,per, year, . • - . : 3,00:: '
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-.•••;- Atiy - one sending ' ' s einh.. of; FIVE 'subscribers
. with ) the ;money,-Ain ..receise,. by`mail, his
eliPliiiOf either ofEll .1lie:•follOwing, magnificentent
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*ATHE. vier SUPPER,' Size ni plate, 22
A 430, inches.' ,lralutiss.... • ' . , •
',l;-, OM ~Orrt OF,.3THE; GREAT ICING.
Igiwt'of,thr:plate, 25.,.by.39 inches. Value $5.
. - ;.:•111:11; PALACE or WESTMINSTER: .
jr-flariAolll4. 2s by 59.• inches. '• Value ss.' •
4.4IITRWALTER=SCOTTI3 MONUMENT '
, 'No or pia t!'t 25 by 1,4 "inches.:. jPehelS• Value SI. ..
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:-4Ctii tt ertlittrniv,• Size of plate 21 $ by. 55 in
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*tiejiliiiiieerfgrOVinge and a copy of the- Maga
•74linarriii,4,ine'*est;- gratis. ' .- . - .'
,114i!iplenclid••Offer will enable every One; by
. is*97„oiffing exertion,: iti getting subscribeis
.10:liatitir 2 Ate tosra. A COLLICTIONOP RARE worms,
'or i apf.yoaaints, dm PARLOR,.III can by ebt ain-
OViiotAkiiro'fiti:TsventY..five Dollars . , Cash.
' , lr4si* gentlemen nnd,Yoting ladies, all .over
illbst,perintry aro` ineittikAti get , :: up 'Clubs upon
saliall*,-!* 1 9k , . , ',..,•ii. s• ',.• -.. •:-••'. '' . '..' ' ''. ' •
;lestraltatersi and other respectable persons .
• . :400,SMAY .ffesire'lti:act* Agents.. and to re
' ,esive a 'Cash commission.ipstend of itie: above
' liberal offer; are authorized to send us subso
liers ist . the' prices 'above' nainedi d il educting
- 2 twenty _ per cent, for• their trouble.: The engra
' 4firigs will be 'Odin rotation;
; in the order in
71"!!2iL1i , ..1ts are sent to ' ' -
• ••,.."•;', ,',•-• iltlig.cOME - Fk. SERVED; '
Itfikddition,: to • the above unparalleled offer,•
‘‘. ore.riOW - iiinotincer, that. 'where parties, do not
hot dubs'and: Where their•narnes are not'sent .
: l ':liteliabs;ihit Single Subscribers sending the
' • , iimsotitit *ult-impolite to" eaCli of the above en
.; iptsainiii'shall receive by mail the Engraving
qchisalnand one copy of the . Magazine for one
~.: - : ;[yair.,;-,.:.,-", -„ • - .'i.- .. . .. , .
~. .1 ,, 0, of ihe.a.Anitravints: are of three times
•••.•-..." - Aldo of thine pffered by the old Alt s T UNION
~.- 1 )1111*(410 . irkirebetter and of more intrinsic
:• - lnikth'Aiiii;*ny engraving's ever offered by any
AliffenterOse i 'lir 4 0;.rt :Association:"
.::' . :: , 4iiaXiiiit'iiitikier;".and ceghe City of the
: em k ro ge , Aould,aikra ;he walls of every
_ Na sankoffers:asthase. We're . ever made pe
-,:lorip4;bilie is noirerisanoni!.'fin,:-the matter, no
~ ...fir.t i ni tro nolaiptiOrigilti. no, humbug,,-.
Alre Cali , upon Olergynieni,'.l,!siittnaiters, tievel
, :•"*!; szhollars ind - ,alll!Whonra'.ititereited i.•,tha
„.,:•:: emcee . * of: ArMsrleiri Eiteritu*anit:, Art; :to
~, A irlijt' tiaiasiiires of lheaer.ietieroneliff, , liberal
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..i.i , ,..ln:idAlsoi'Aiiall ; MI6. alnive;,any . one
4 1 41.0ali;;Ii.,a0 ; ; , 4oller:Inffi(halt!,eirtin - '(.91 'SO
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it 'akin u 'factuivis, .Prices,
ITAVIN9 F,NLARGED,;MY SACILITIES,
.at,4.13,e Old Spthd, •
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EXCELSIOR ...:BLO C K,
For. keeping conitintly on hand a much' latger
supply and assortment of .the heavy.. arti r
• . cles of. Hardware -generally kept, by .
: the Jobbing Houses, and
secured the 'AGENCY of, : . •
• , many Manufacturers
including t h,e'
• celebrated • • •
FALL RIVER. NAILS,
WHEEJ:,E,E, MADDEN & OAKEWELL'S
s' - w ,
Also those of WELCH ;lit 91UPFITHS aed
IBM and LEATHER BELTING,
STEWART'S (nuncelle4) POPULAR
,COOKING STOVE S ,
CLASS of all . Sizes, Sorts and Descriptions.
"PROPOSE TO SELL ALL
THE ABOVE ARTICLES AT
Man - ufactureks' Prices.
•. Also T propose, to sell at a Small Com Mission
from my. LARGE and WELL SELECTED
STOCK of • • ' •
the selection pi' which I•have taUen „much
pains, having giyen my. 'parsoriat attention'
0.':.V:)40.-'7';48 . ....:, , ,g....:
COOKING and' PARLOR of every.desirable
lIIACKSZETTEEEP 'AND MASONS'
T o'ol4 S,
'Of the most approved Martufacture,
• •. • RAKES, - •
PITCH FORKS, PAILS;
LEAD PIPES, and
LAMPS . for OIL, CAMPHENE, F'LUID, and
My motto is: The Largest Bales of the
very BEST GOODS at the LOWEST Re
munerativc Prices Insures the Largest
Profits to the Seller, fuinishes the Buyer
:with the Cheapest and Best Articles, and
gives the best satisfaction.
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS WILL BE MADE
fi v entori, laidacturers, Farmeti and Millwrights;
A NEW VOLMM.-NEW SERIES,
. . .
•To.Ciiromenee on ./nly -ISCIL .'•
finitelid of 416 pages, the. Yearly ;Worn°, Enlarged So-.
• ries, w:11 nontitin'EIGHT•ttUNDREE AND TUIRTY.
.•TWO.PAOES °trainable' Reading.Mattei, useful and
Tue Sinprr a Fto•Anss on* to puhlislied weekly in gnat.-
to.fornt, saltalde fer . .bleding and:the members for a Sin
gle year commie information in regard [NUM.
'LIONS; all branehes'nf MANUVACT [MING PROCESSES
:AGRICULTURAL .- INIPEEMENTS; ENGINEERING,
.II L WIIIUIITINa,.ILtIN ANUFACT
TIM in fietolinost 'every Industrial perseit receives
inoremi loss attention In its cations,: •
A ll' Patent Claims offiehilly publislied. every , week; as
'reported from the Patent.Odlce; and for: ' •
INVENTORS A:ND •PATENTEES, • •
It Onntains information not to fie.ribtalned elsewhere, and
which no mechanie, • inventor-,, or patentee tan, we ß de.
without. . •
•A.r./L Fan ily Jodrnal it hoe no en perio r for r eal nradtic-,
al utility, since in its columns will - be furind woeful prae
beam Recipes. ""
Careful `attention will be given from time; to reports
'of the Metal, Lumbar, and other 'markets.
• Everimimber will contaln•sixtelin Ogee ana forty-eight
.baluinns of mutter,. with aeveral•illnstrations of patented
machines. and other engravings,. coMpihring in :a single
year about • • • ;
HUNDRED ORIGINAL ENGRAVINGS.
With•titellirlartred Sadist ie preirented an,opporturrity
to subscribamot•likely to occur again' fog many years. It
will be like' commencing e new work—Vet I, NO. New
Terms . n Year. —One 'Dollar. for . Sii'alontlis.
Southern. Westernornd Canadlan.rnoneyor:Poet Office
stamp's taker' at par for altbscriptione... Canadian subscri•
hers will pleaiie to remit twenty-shroeets'estra on each
yeses subscription to pre-pay postage:: .
A Iffierabillecount to clubs."-A prospectus giving full
particulars of the inducements. Tor Clubs. with„ specimen
copies of the paper, undo pa Mehle -ennta'oing,informa
lion coneerning the;procuring'of.Pntenty may be had
gratiSbY addressing ' lIHINN
. • • • Publishers of the Scientific Atnerican,
37. Park how. New York. •
'.eHE.OLVEq, WIDEST . CIROTJL A
TED. and most COMPLETE : CORRECT and
. RELiAlli.ETank Nole geporieri.n Vxlatpnep.
E 11 K.. NOTE . AND.. CONMEROAV REPORTER.
Quotations corrected by: Tnomrsori BrioTutus,
Published by:Cuns..llLoNonu.,. 117 Fi - .akl'n S 1
• . .TtII.IIS OF.ST:IiSCRIPTON IN, 'ADVA . Nenr• •
To. mail Subscribeis ..
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weelitv;•,•..sll-Eonli7lllnrrtiity,.: ..$1 I M0n114..... :75e
'l'o Po..lnpsler:3 or .0t110i.,. Arl , 6 foron CM) , owl for
. 10 11 tlli 111() inniwy In 'id vonco. ivo i,ill ~.^ll.lllioltepnr'
hr l'ai,A Chori.filarluci,: find Dowi l dive LisA as Icol
to, , .
I'Ve wiifforwayd.iratuitously to: any person
sending a club • ofs29 at the, above rates, at
Shi,ohe time, 'our' American Gold. 'Coln' Test
... ' ..• •••
. . • tHOMPSON BROTHERS. Bankeis;'..
No. 2. Wail. N. St. N.. Y: Nocrietors.
Patented Sept. 9, 1866.. -
BY RI.LEV Sairrn •
THL WA SHPiOARTY AND BEA:TER e
two first•and most natural implements
vier rn Washing Clothes. Notwithstand . -'
!ng it has heel 'the study inventors to' rlo
them away, nod for that purpos s e 'several hun
dred patents have been, issued, yet it has been
'of .no:effect. 'They have failed in their at
tempt'. Their machineshave been condemned
sad thrown •iiway . ,:and the' Wash' Beard and
:13eateragain used hi• their stead.
This .intichine.combines them together, at
tached to'a progressive Ilibr in such a manner
as' gives-great power to the — Beater, while
either niay be.,used as the operittor may. desire.
The „motion of the Beater- is - quick and easy,
Abe pressure gentle and poWerful, which - gives
it the advantage overall 'other machines,..and
'is so decided by comnetentjudges. ..-•
• . M.an'ufactured and sold at Mechanicsburg, by.
Illechanitsburg, Mardi 18, 1838. ' •
• FIFTY DOLLAAS• FORFEIT.. •
I/R. HUNTER WILL. FORFEIT S,SO'•IF
failing to::cure any case of secret disease
that May come tinder•his.care; no matter how•
long standing or. afflicting. , Either sex are in-,
vited to hi 4. Private R00m5, ,, 14, No`ith•SEV
ENTH St., Philad'a,• without. fear of interrup
tior from other patients. Strangers and Others
'who have been unfortunate in the selection of
a Physician are , invited to call. .-" ~•
INIPO'PENCY.—Through ;unrestrained • id. ,
dulgence of ,the passions; by excess or 'self .
abuse, the, evils are nuinerous: Prematfire im
.potent , involuntary 'serninal discharges, wast
ing 'of he.organs, loss of memory; a distaste
ler fema &society, general debility, or consti
tutional derangement, are sure to folloW. • •If
necessary, consult' the Doctor with , corifidnc,e;
he_offers.a perfect cure.'
.•• • ,
READ AND. :REFLECT.—the afflicted
would do well td.reflect before, trusting. their
health and happiness,-and in. many cases_their
lives, in the hantis . .ot. physicians 'ignorant . of
this class of Maladies. It is certainly impossi
ble for one man te understand all • the ills . the
human family'are subject to. EverY respecta
ble physician hashis.peculiar•branch, in which
he,is more successful than his hrother'profess:
ors, and to , that he . devotes most of his time
.. • ..
YEARS OF PRACTlCE,:excluiively devo
tedlo.the study and treatment .of diseases of
the sexual organs , together with ulcers upolt
the tiridy, throat, nose,. or legs,' pains. in the
bend, or bones, mercurial rheumatism, strict
ures, gravel, irregularities,• diseases arising
from youthful . excesses, or: impurities of the
blood,, whereby the constitution has. become
enfeebled,; enables' the.. Doctor to offer , spaedy ,
relief to . all who-may. place. themselves under
07 - Medicine , forwarded to any part, ot the
United*States,,-Priee Ten• Dollars 'per-Package
• ' FOrtiale, •Dft: DICKINSON'S CELEBRA
TED MAGNETO-ELECTRIC MACHINE...--
No acid or other ingradient required . ; its power.
being obtained from a permanent magnet'. No
faniily, should be.without one. 'Price only $lO.
prices for no better
shall lbe their' own
tbtive I am i able to
THE HAMM,ONTON FARMER—A news
'papardeyoted to Literature and Agriculture,
also setting torth full accounts of the new set
tlement of,HammentOn, in Npw - Jerseyi can be
subscribed for at only 25 cents pet' annum., '
Inclose postage stamps for the amount.' Ad- 7
dress to Editor of the Farmer, Harknonton, P.
0., Atlantic'CO., New Je i rsey. Those *kiting
+cheap land f pf the best quality, in' one of, the
hetiltbietit 'and most delightful , climates in the
Union, and whern crops -are never cut Apwn by
(niers, ibe lerrible • ecourge'of. the ,north, see
atNeitisemept of.Hammonton Landes'
ipetentanill , exPerE
lc has Over failed
:PRQFRIE • •TOR,
, • . •
WE ilia nOt la• .
the habit pf telling fekkh
V V 13tdries; but we _ have. got • MACKEREL,
COP•and WHITEMH, besides hosts. of 'TEA
at , AMcenti. - . • ..• WRIGHT..
' ,:•ii.4;r:, , , -. ..! - , , ;17:
.;i1t , ..y. , .',.'1 3 4..'" , ' , !;' '.''
EDITED BY JOHN THOMPSON.
2 Wall Styeet
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5A °plan or Pio Weekly, , ono Year.. ~.• ...'P'flO
.5 . - oples of the Serui.t.tontbly ' 1 . 00
YO qopica of the Moul.llly, -. ••• - 000
• .•.1 , 01 .'1ETII4d:11111E VAII.IO , 118 • OF
COL WAND-SILVER 'COINS.
adinitted'hy all to be the most perfect thing
• • ..of the kind ever offered 'to the public.
- . RIED.IN .THE - POCICET WITHOUT., ,
.. • ANY. INCQN.VENIENCE., • •
Every Merchant should have it! ' •
Every Storekeeper' should have it! • -
Every. Moehanio • should have. it! :• .
:Every Man in Busineas.shouldliave it! •
It detects at - the . same moment, both size,
thickness,ami weight, from a half dime to a
Dollar 'in silver, and from $1 in Gold up .to 's2o
besides forei4n . 'Gold and silver, and sells as
'quickly 'as seen, wiihout -.the assistance of '.a
word. It .isaiinple; emMently useful,. durable,
economical and, perfect. . ,
07" A Warrantee goes with 'every 'o'ne _sold!
OIVIEC" DOLLAR.. •
Post-paid to any:part of the TTnitedStatei
SEE WHAT THE .NEWSPAPERS SAY:
'The possesSiori of it is a perfect guaraatee
agaiast ;imposed upon witlxspurious'coin.
Detection is suie,„Ortaiti;lnevitable.—:-Evi
A blind man with one in his, possession- may
bid defiance to.-the most skillful coUnterfeiter
of the.day.—: 7 EFenii4 r •
We pronounce without hesitation to bethe
most perfect thi,ng of the kind ever offered to
,pifhlic..- 7 .l'enir. Etigeirer. ' •
We like it; and. cordially- recommend it to
the public..i.Vo4eltizl-Argui. ,
•It is. worth its price ten times
'.AGENTS WANT.F,D. • '
Ari egent wanted in. every County in the -U.
States, to, whom. a heavy. diicount will he
Made. Sarnpres sent; with terms' of agency,
on the receipt of one clonal:. • •
• ti.) . . 1 •
IMLAY 'Bc IBICKNELT.."S..
Bank Ndre, Reporter, Phila. Piz
The Reporter has been for Thirty years the,
constant and neceSsary Companion of the Cash
ier, Merchant, Clerk, Trader, MechaniC and
,the People, being. the oldest on the. Continent;-
and.the ableit in the world,' , and having more
subscribers than..all others combined, 'is pub
lished on.the let' and 15th of each month, at.
the, following rates: . • •
.Monthly, one copy one year, • $l,OO
:Senii-Monthly, 1 copy'one year,' • 2,00
: without' extra charge a copy .the
Coins of the Woild, containing a larger number
of .. .magnificently illustrated Fac-Simile impres
sions than can be found in . .any other: work, and
which can' be obtained from no other, source by
. any possibility of means. Address, • • .
: IMLAY & IMCKNELL'S
. Baal- Note Repo , ter, Phila., Pa.
rth.HEILI Burning Fluid at, the : '.••
• . • . ASTOR HOUSE STORE
OPPOSITE EXCELSIOR BLOCK, OLEAZV
HE subscribers otre:t : tc the citizens of Olean .
and' *icittity,. a ',large.and well selected
stock Of Hardware, at prioes that cannon &il
k,. salt the puichaser. •• . • . .
IRON : America!), fwglish, 'Swedes,: :. • ;
RODS: Norwegian, Nail and . Bi)ike.
o,'lirrought3ljna s and:Rivet,.... .
' .PULL ASSORTMENT .OF • -
CAIirENTER. and. lIIILLiVRI.GII7
R - W. • A:.RCE
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Sasli, Glass, Paints, Oils, Vainishes,
. CaRR.LIG.E G'OODS,
ENAMELED-CLOTH, BROAD CLOTH
• BOWS, SPOKES, FELLCES,
• , SPRINGS, AXLES,
AND A LARGE QUANTITY OF
Table and Pneket Cutlery,
MENTS FOR TUE
OSTON BELTING Co:, LEATII.FL.AND BELTING
WIIICR WE OFFER 'AT
.111AAVT.T.FACTURS. - PRICES.
HILL, CIRCLE, HAND AND*CHOSS DDT SAWS
• ' From the cerebrated factory of : Wheeler, Madden
PriCII. ANC OAKUM, .SLACKSMITII TOOLS
DRILLS, TIOES, scsSw. PLATES wk ANVILS.
- 1 . !
-FARMING UTENSILS; .. • .
• FORKS; RAKES; SCYTHES, 4.13
.• • 'MANUFACTURERS OF
TIN, SKEET IRON - AND.' COPPER
• , 'WITH COOL AND PARLOR.
We respectfully solicit a share • of
. your patronage;
'Give us oall before.purchualng, elsewhere.
• .• T. ,W. ADAMS .& CO. .
Olean, May 5,1859; , ' - • '
. , .
sen 131781q , ,143 of Dried Apples, i store and tei sale .by
B; k; 'Ur
NEW.CARRIAGE AND WAGON SHOP.
'AAESIMcDONALD'wOuId infortp the pub-
J 'lie thEit helms fitted up ashop . at the lower
end Of town,
onthe' premises recently occupied
ury, as a carding factory; ,and is
prepared to Build all kinds of
• . CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
At short notice, in a workman-like manner,
end at reasonable prices. • Having 'had a large
experience. in business, he' feels, satisfied
that, his work .will fully meet the requireinepts
of allowlio will fayor him Withiheir patronage.,
Itepairing promptly attended to. :.
Southport; April,,,lo, 1859. • 2.5-tf
' ;.•• • J,4 , . '74-0
ARL - .ICHEA,P
TAYLOR 7 k S-.REGVLATOR.
•Ta#l,cir • haiingiuTin
L4ri eat Stock of
:NEW : . SUMME R`:GOODS
.I:7i , er . b . r . ouglit into this•'Conny,: Presciqi4
ti - N'EQATAL4D ATI% AGT.loris.ix
EXTENT,• ELEGANCR,. and
BEAUTY of design -
,and colvriug. •.
Nov is the Time
.Sehet . from the:Lin gest Sto ek 2;:d 'Prtichiyee
PRICES ARE DOWN!
Goods are Doing Off like
HOT CAKES on a FROSTY MORNING;
And-.th9sa ulao wishto • yzaka
SHOULD . tAtif..E.A4ll
VIRST 0.6 mn i : ii• I ti,-3r,i_' sElzvri;:b.
PARASOLS AND. :UMI3RELL,AS;
CLOTHS & VESTINGS,
LADIES' DRESS PRINTS,
L ADIES' - CDALLI Bc . LAWN
ROPES,. Flounced, et'•sl
DEBAIZES,. at:o cis
:• fa'c't izConipleo A ssor‘ni-ii of
.: - DREBS . :GOO oiD;S.
•i6;0oo Yds.:BROWN 101 7 ,ETING§,'
5000 BLEACHED SHEETINCS.
G' it .0' E .11' l E
11A1'1 at 121 TEAS at 31 to 621, du
BOOTS' )S L '. SHOF,S,
Largest stock ever offered in this 'section of
country. Men's , Kip Boots; a prime artielei—=
Women's Calf. Boots, Men's Brogan Shoes,
Women's,Qaiters, tipped, Women's enameled,
. . ,
In addition to the above he has a lame' q.aan 7
•-"."5..T .O.V • E S .
.MEDICINES, YANKEE NO,TIONS, •
. • HA 2 S AND
.CAPS, IRO:N of all. -
• ~• • - kinds—Nail.Rod and . , •• ,
-• •.• .• Hoop Iron, •• • •
• • ' German ant! gas; Steel, •
Wash-T-nbs and Grain:Measures',
Patent Pails,"Wash Boards, Vinegar, Fluid,
. things too numerous to
Mention, which will be sold
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. •••
07" Country merchants -supplied at.as low
prices as they . enn buy- in 'New York or any of
the : eastern cities, for cash. or approvedcredit. -
, Sinethpert, ' .•
TEE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF
YO UTH AND M U OITY
' Juit Published, Gratis, 25th ThoUsttud
WORDS ON • THE.' RATION4L
, TREATMENT', without Medicine,:of Sper
materyhea, or Local Weakness; Nocturnal Emis
sions, Genital and Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of the SyStem, •ImpotencY,. and lmpedi-,
ments to Nfairiage generally. . .
BY B. DE LANEY,•M. .
The important fact that the many alarrning
complaints, originating in the. imprudpnce and
solitude of youth; may be easily.rernoved wan-
OUT MERIOINE, is in this', small tract clearly dri
monstrated; and the entirely new and highly
sueee'ssful treaiment;as adopted by, the Author,
fully explained,by means of which every one
hi enabled to'curetruusnix perfectly and at the
least possible cost, thereby , avoiding all the.ad
vertised no'strunarolthe day.
Sent to any address, gratis and post free in a
sealed envelope, by remitting (post paid) two
peetage stanaps.to DR. B. DE LANEY,IB East
91104ree.t, New lork City.. . '
Y...IYIVOY • ._•
ASBtEN; duringthe'past year, 'engage
prepaiation to 'resume the .ptactiaq
his'profession, in future 'devote his at.
teution."td'.lts several depaitmente.; Office
South-east corner of. Main Street: .
Smethilort, November 9.7."; 1859. ' : .
WIiEREAS the Hon. Hebert .O..white,
Prisident judge, and
ling arid S.' Holmes,' , Associate Judges •of the
Courts of Oyer . & Terminer and General':Jail
Delivery, Quarter : Seasions of ..the 'Peace, 'Or-
Pharia' Court and' COort of.. Com m -non Tlvaa for
theCouritY of 111"Keimbaveisstied their precept,'
bear!,lg-date Saturday, the firsrday, of October
;in the year
.Of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and:fifty-nine;directed; foi
holding 'e Court of Oyer and Terrniner anti Gen.
erel Jail Delivery;• Quarter Sessions%.-of tht
Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court of Commorz.
Pleas-, Botough of . Smeth•port, on Mon..
day,.the tWenty-aixth day. of. Deeerribei. next r ,
and to continue one week. • • • •
Notice is therefore hereby giVen to..the Coro
Justice's'of the ; Petite and. Constableg
.within the county, that they be then and .therd
in their proper'persona, at
. 10 o'cleck A. N. -cf
Said, day, with their rolls, records . ; inquisitiots t.
examinations, and other remembrances,--to
those things which their offices appertain
.And those•who are bound by. their . rec.
ognizances.to.prOsecute the-prisoners that are or
shall,be.in the jailof said '..county..of 'M'Kean,
are to be then and there to prosecute against
them as will , be jiist. • • , •
'Dated at Sm6il)port, October sixth, 1'859,
and the 840 Year . of the Independence.of the
United States of ;Ainericit. . • .
- • . JOSEPH MORSE, Shetiff.
NEW' GRICULTURAL BETTLRMRITT
' •TO ALL 'WANTING FARMS,:'
A BARE OPPORTUNITY IN A DELIGHT
FLIL AND HEALTHY CLIMATE,2S
MILES. SOUTHEAST OF PHILA.- •
• • . DELPHjA, ON THE EAMDEN •
AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD • '
An old estate consisting' of.several thousands
of..acres of Productive sail iraSbectif . divided:into
Farms of variotfs sizes to stilt the purchasers:
A • population of. some. Ftfteen hunttretly from:
'various 'parts of, the" middle States and 'New
Englund haVe Settled, ther'e the past year;••irn-..
proved their places; and raised excellent crops.
The Price df.the land is at the Ici4sUm of froth
$ . 15 to $9O peracre,.. the soil 'is: of „the best
quality for....ihe produetiOn of , Theat; Clover,
,Peaches, Grapes' anti . I>:,getoldr's. IT IS.
tONSI DER EP TH E. BEST ;FRUIT. SOIL IN
'THE UN10N.... The place is perfectly Secure
from froits-=the destruetive. - enetny.:of the far
mer. . CMOs of grain, graSS and fruit .fire• now
Vowing and can lie seen., 'By. examining the
place Itself,. a. correct judgment 'can be formed
of.'fhe productiveness of thetand.• Thelerms
•are made easy to'Secure.the rapid improyernent
of ihe land, which' is only sold for actual
prov?mr))t. "The resillt:has.been that'
the past 'year, some thr . eq hundred konseS have.
been' erected,- lib mills; one '441,m, four stores,'
some forty.. vineyards , and: Peach orchards
planted; and a large. number of other; improve=
meets, m'aliing it a,desirabie and active', place
,GINOIIA - MS,
as the reader may pe'!ceive from its location . , is
Pioduce • bringing double the-price than , In
location,s away . fiorn the
,city, and. more than,.
double the Prige'at the West. It is ImoWn'that
the earliest and best, fruits• and• - itegetahles in
this latitude cornerfrom New Jersey, and are
annually exported to the,exten,t of Millions.' .• •
In lo'cating here, the settler hat Iran) , 'advert
tage's. • ile is in a feW'heur - s' ride. of Ihe'greitt
cities of New England •and Middle'States; •he .
is near his old iiicuds and associations',•be is in
risrttled covntty thhrre erery• inzjwc•vpur4 of
. iz. don' is.: at ..hand.
.? Ile• Can
buy•every..artiele •• he. wants - at the cheapest"
Price,. and sell his produce_ for the highest, (in
-the .IVr;st this is reversed,) he' has schnols for
his children, and 'will', enjoY'an
open-winter, and delightful'elitnate, where fe-.
:viers are utterly unicnoWn. Thp•resUlt
change •utiOn these fiorn the , North, has genet ,
.ally•been.io restore - thern'tO•an excellent State
COTTON 1.44 N,
:In the way of building andlimproving,..lum-.
.bet cart be.obtained at the mills at the rate of
$lO to 515 , per. thousentr..' Bricks. from .the
brick yard,onened 'in the place, every : article
can.be prOcured in the place, good • carpenters.
.hand, and there is no place in the Union
where building's 'and 'improvements Can be .
made Cheaper. . • '• • • ••
• :'The reader will.'at once be.struek with' the
advantages,: here, presented,, and.. ask, himself'
.why.the property has not been, taken up before.
The reason is, it was never thrown in the
Market; W and unlesi these' statements were cor
rect, no one would be invited to exarnine . the
land before purchasing. This all are expected
to do.' 'They will see • land 'under 'cultivation,
such is the extent of the. Settlement that they
will no doubt, meet . persons from their own
neighborhood; they will witness the. Cmprove- •
ments . and •cadjudge.the character of the pop
'ulation:. If they come., with a view to settle
they should come prepared to stay a day,' or
two and be ready to purchase; as locations can
not be held on refusal. • •
. ._ . .
... . . .
- There are:tWo ,daily trains to Philadelphia,.
and to all - settlers who improve, TUE RAILRAOD
COMPANY.6II7E4 A FREE TICKET FOR SIX mONins,
ANC:A lIAL . I4IIICE TICKET FOR 'THREE YEARS.
In•connectlon with the 'agricultural settle.,
ment,a Pew:and thriving- town has, naturally"
arisen, which presents inducements for . any kind
of business, particularly stores and . man ofacto
ries. The Shoe busmeis- could be carried on in
this place and market to good • advantage, also:
cotton business, and-manufactories of ez&riculto
rol implemmas or Founderies for casting small er.
tides'.-The improvement has been so rapid as_
to insure a constant and permanent Increase 'of
bilainess.,' Town lots of a good size, we -d not
small ones rta it would effect the imp ove- •
ment of the place L can be had at frOm 510 and.
upWards. • •
, The Ilammonton Farmer, a monthly 'literary. ,
-and agricultural sheet, containing full informa
tion of Hammonton, can be-obtained at 23 cents
per annum-. • •
Title indisputable--wkriatiteir•deedi given, •
clear of all incumbrince -when money is. paid.'
Route to the.. land: leaVo Vine street *hart;
Philadch hi:, fin- Hammonton by Railroad; at,'
'7l A. 111., or 4 P. M.r Fire 90 cent's. ~Whe.n•
there 'inquire for Mr ! ' Byrnes. • Boarding con
venien'ces 'on. hand. Parties had better Stop
-with Mr. Byrnes, a principal, -until they' have
decided as to purchasing, as he will show them
over the land in his• carriage, 'free-of expense.
Letters and 'applications' can :be addressed. to
.Landis & Byrnes, HarnmOnten• P. 0., Atlantic
Co: New Jersey, or S. B.Coughlin, 202 Soulli
Fifth Street, Philadelphia: - Itinpi.and informa-,
lion cheertitily.fOrniehOLl. • . ~ '
THE 'BEST IN, THE UNION,
THE TOWN OF' HAMMONTON