The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, July 16, 1857, Image 4

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ME JH A.wCA G UIDE.
Edited a ' Published by J. A. JV ash
and M. E Eariili.
I??Jj H i '■ •" niftinc meat, '.hi3 Journal has
been' re -vrvii live in principle, national
in character, ':: d single in iU great object of
t'.n r :■;< t R fuyvif?— A ,a.-
turt, A' t <u. • .r,cnt/ //! Mechanic Art*.
!.cg..M:sy Agriculune a? the corner-atonej
,f national [ j-prerity, we have sought to ad-
Tttß?r it. it. vests, by au earnest ad > ocncy ol
the farmer*' jhU, by encouraging ajustseil
c Jtu - r . t •; true mean.- of elevating his f>o
ritiou. an , r. y diffusing the best information
for the manage neat of the farm, the garden*,
'if f.toch. the dairy, and whatever pertains to
rum: economy and thrift.
but dtomhig tnat Agriculture flourishes best
and reaps its r:ehe t rewards, iu close proxim
ity with t!:< Mechanic Arts, we have devoted
to tiit-e s. portion of our space, condensing
information of great value to toe mechanic,
mid of ne*rly equal value to the farmer, be-i
cause njore or io- directly connected with his
employment. Our motto is OntVUid, not
tn.y with firming, but with vii.ttever gives
the farmer a quick return and a fair price for {
ids producej and this the cultivation of the.
Mechanic Arts will certainly accomplish.
W.th these principles* always paramount, we
liuve fver maini.ii- ed a big ■ mural position,
avoiding everything oifensive to good lastc, a s
i.Ro everything :*ectariaa, or bearing upon
party politics, or sectional feelings or interests,
tails making our work a fit fßmily visiter for
8!1 parts of the country, and -ecuring for it a
MRcter and wider patronage than often hup-
V t to journals ol the kind.
The Plough, L on and Anvil is published
Monthly, each Number containing 04 pages of
reading matter, and an Advertising Supple- J
saint, making in ail from 80 to Oj page -, pria
teu v> uu ne\* t\ ne, on tint paper; ~nd done up
in a style chain ujing comparison with any j
t--titer publication. Price to Single Subscrib
ers, S2 a year, to Clubs of Four or more, $1,50;
to S.ugle Subscribers, six months, sl.
There are two ways of aoslaialeg Periotli- :
call j one by a high pr : cc, with a few sub
scriber ; the other at a low price, with many
subscribers. Wc have cho-en the latter, be
cause we would rather speak every cuouth to
2 ),000 families than 5,0 :0. Specimen Numbers
to order, gratuitously.
PREMIUMS For a Ciub of Four or more,
• The Progressive farmer an octavo volume,
worth 75 cest3. For a Club of Five to Seven,
i'Thc farmery a quarto Volume, worth one dol
lar. For a Club of Eight or mere, a bound
volume of the PioujLoom and Anvil, richly
worth two dollars, will be sent by return of
mail, to persons forwarding money for Clubs.
Reader, look at our prices, and sen 1 us Two i
Dollars if you want thg cheapest publication ;
or if you want it cheaper than .he cue ipest,
join with three or marc of your a; ; . , and
eeud us One Dollar and t :ants . c*. or,
if you choose you can enwA— us Urn; - 0..-r
lor six months.
J. A. NASH k M. P. PARISH.
10:4 N<. 7 Beckmua b:., N. Y.
CLASSSIFI CATION
OF RETaIuEKa OF MERCHANDISE in
Putter County, Pa., by the Appraiser of
Mercantile Tase-, for year A. I). 1 v 57.
Borough of Coudersport. eta-?. am't.
J. B. Smith, 14 $7 00
Smith k Jones, 1 i 7 00 ,
Jones, Mann a Jones, 11 10 00
H. J. Olmsted, 1 4 7 00
D. E. Olra.-ted, 14 7 00
Schoomaker i Jackson, 14 7 Gi
John M. Judd & Co., H 7 00
Luuiy ix. Spencer, 14 7 Oo
Abbott.
F. Suhr k Co., 11 7 00
Stewardeon.
Henry Andrcson, 11 7 00
Jlarruon.
Mary Goodman, 14 7 00
Bingham.
Jame3 B. Jones, 14 7 00
Genesee.
S. E. Darrow, 14 7 CO
Oswa'/o.
William McDougall, 14 7 CO
Simmon* £ Wells, 2 sto'3, 14 1 i 00
Sharon.
Mann k Nichols, 14 7 00
Ballard & Cantield, 14 7 00
Win. B. £J. 11. Graves, 1 4 7 00
Ulysses
DJ.£E. W. Chappel, 14
Hacket k Mudge, 14 7 00
Dan Baker, 14 7 00
A. Corey, 1 4 7 00
A. Horton, 1 4 7 00
Wharton.
11. W. Mclntyrc, 11 7 00
Jones k. Hopkiu*. 11 7 00
Barclay & Brain art!, 1 4 7 00
William Burleson, 14 7 Oo
Allegany.
S. M. Mills, 1 4 7 00
Amos Raymond, 11 7 0o
N. H. Rogers, 14 7 uo
Au Appeal will be held at the Frothonota
ry's Office, in Coudersport, on the 30th day oi
July, instant, at & o'clock A. M., at which tunc
and place those interested may attend.
L. GUSHING, Mercantile Appraiser.
June 23. 1857.—10:4-4t.
UOUOITU 4}RDi.\A\tE.
Further Supplement to the Ordinance oi
May 25th, ISST, relative to Side-
Walks.
VT a meeting of the Town Council 'of the
Borough of Coudersport, held July tith,
1857, the following Ordinance w s adopted :
On motion, it is hereby ordained, That the
Ordinance passed May 25ih, lei,>7, relative to
Side-Walks, be so amended that the Side-
Walks on Second Street, from Water to West
street, be built of Plank on both sides in the
same manner as on Main street.
And, That the usual notice be given in the
Potltr Journal, and written or printed notices
be given to all owner or owners, or agents of
Lots on said streets.
ATTEST : A. F. JONES, Burpcxx.
S. H. STORKS, Sec'y. 10:5.
Th W p SPI
Xf • most popular Medicines now in u-c, a
few of which he will mention :
J R STAFFORD A CO.'S OLIVE TAR.
DR. D. JAYXE A SOX'S FAMILY MEDI
CINES.
J. 0. AVER A CO. S CHERRY PECTORAL
AND PILLS.
SEVERAL KINDS OF CHERRY SYRUPS.
Ac., Ac., Ac.
gyy"-J. U. Stafford A Co; s Olive Tar is ap
plied and inhaled by wearing on INHALER
around the neck and on the breast. His OL-
I\ E OINTMENT is applied where the skin is
broken, and is a popular remedy w here known.
Good for the Whooping Cough. 10:2.
N oTJdAUGE iOR Sii</ •II , idi NEW
<>< el- .UK* : -VC t ED'S.
t
<kR/vNGES A.-.' ..... . • ivjd bv
if 10 % V." B. & J H GRAVES. '
BOROUGH ORDINANCES.
NMHMMMMMIIIIMIIIUUIIIUUMIMMIMIMMMtIUiMIIIIUtIIIiIgIIfni ;
An Ordinance relative to the building ot>
Side-Walks.
ATA MEETING OF THE TOWN COUN- j
FS. CIL of the Borough of Coudersport, held
Monday, the 25th day of May, A. D. 1857, it j -
was Ordained:
S c. I.—rluat Side-walks be made ten feet (
wide bv the owners of Lots on each side of: t
Main street from Water Street to the street ■ (
leading to Cr.o.dall Hill.
Sc:. ll.—Tile said. Side-walks on Main st. !
t - be bnh*. of Plamx, jive feet in width, plank |
be . dd iu the center of the side-walk, and ,
with grave 1 on both sides, making in j.
ail ten 1 -let. '
Sec. ill.—That Side-walks be made on each t
I side of Ea 3 t a;.d West Ctreets, the whole j
length. . j
bee. IV.—The Side-walks on East and West ■
streets to be" made of Piank, Gravel, or Flag, j
at lite option of the owner;, laid in the same
manner as on Main street, except across the
Court House Square.
See. V.—That Sidc-wAlks be made on Ist,
2d. 3d, -ith, sth, dth and'Tth Streets, on both (
| sides, from East to West street.
fee. Vl.—Th- Side-walk - on said streets to ''
I be built of plank, gravel, or flag, (at the op-'
tion of the owner,, —except around the Court ;
House Square—tan feet in width,-and when :
plank is used to be laid in the same maimer as
1 on Main Street.
Sec. Vll.—The Side-walks around the Court j |
House Square to be built, in all particulars, in ,
the same manner as on Mam Street. : •
AW. VIII.—-The Street Commissioner is J
hereby ordered to superintend the building nl ~
said Aide-walks, causing them to be built in !
accordance with tiie grade established by the (
Borough Surveyor, according to the ppcciiica- ~
! tions of this Ordinance. ',
f:c. IX.—Tnc Borough Surveyor is hereby
ordered to establish the grade oil all streets on t
which Side-walks arc to be built, and set t
.--take- to guide owners of lots in muking jheir
side-walks.
fee. X.—That written or printed notices be *
given to the owner or owners, or agent of such
owner or owners of said lots, to make the
'side-walks opposite their respective lots.
fee. XL-—lf "the said Side-walks are not.
baiit on or before the FIRST DAY OF AUG- : s
UFT, next, then the Town Council shall let ~
the same to the lowest and best bidder, giving t
at least two weeks' notice in the fetter Jour
nal that Proposals will be received for the
building of the said Side-walks in accord
ance with the provisions of this Ordinance,
adding twenty per cent, to the cost of build
ing said side-walks, and to be collected as
dc'ts of like amounts are collected bylaw. •
f.e. 12. —That this Ordinance be published :
six times in the f otter Journal.
"\VM. H. METZGAR, Pre3't pro tern. j
Attest : S. 11. Srouus, Scc'y.
Coudersport, May 25, 1857.—10:1—Gt.
Supplement to the Ordinance of May Zo, '
1857, rejatiye to Side-Walks.
| { T A MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL ,
Fa. of the Borough of Coudersport, held on :
Monday, June Bih', 1857,
On inotibu, it was Ordained : That the Or-'
iin-uee passed May 25th, 1357, relative to j
! Aide-Walks, be so amended as to read, '-from ,
| Water street to West.'' instead of -from East ,
to West streets ;' and that the usual Notice j ,
be given in the Potter Journal, and pri-uted :
! notices of this amendment be given to all per- ,
sous owning lots between Water and West .
streets. * D. W. SPENCER,
Attest: Burgess pro iem. j ,
Sam l 11. Stckrs, Scc'y.
Coudersport, May 8, 1857.—10:2-Ct.
An Ordinance relative to Xuisancea.
Passed Monday, June Hth, 1857.
"4 "INHEREAS a Petition has been received
y f by the Tuwp Council setting forth that i
Butchering is carried on in the center of the !
B jrough to such an extent that it has become
a nuisance, a fid praying that said nuisance be
,' abated, therefore,
i fe:. I.—lt is hereby Ordained that from
, and after this' date uj Butchering, creating j
j thereby a nuisance, be carried on between J
: East and West and First and Seventh streets !
! in this Borough.
See. ll.—And if any person or persons shall.
create .->aid uutaancc within the limits pre
. scribed by this Ordinance, he. she, or they
> | shall forfeit the sum of Five Dollars for the
.irst. oi'.'ence, and Twenty Dollars for the sec- !
) nd anl each subsequent offence—said for-'
) j Future to be applied t > Borough purposes, and I
j, collected its debts oi iiko amount are nuiv .
i collected by law.
j; Abe. lll.—Tu.it this Ordinance be publish
t cd in the Potter Journal.
D. W. SPENCER,
j' Attest: Burgess pro tcm.
S.vm'l n. Storhs, Scc'y. i
Coudersport. June 8, 1857.—10:2—41.
PEHHAI OUTDONE I
PT4IIE Proprietor cf the " M E R CI A N T I L E
jL GUI DE would respectfully cull theat
, j teutionof the Merchants, Farmers and Mechan
ics residing out of this city, to the moderate
. terms for a yearly subscription to tiie GLIDE,
j being to mail subscribers only C'enis
J per annum, making it the cheapest family j
I newspaper in the United States. The columns
i of tne GUIDE will contain the usual variety
of original and spicy articles, written not only
- to please hut to instruct. In regard to poll-;
lies, the GUIDE will maintain an independent j
tunc, and from tinm to time \vi}l advocate men- ;
i -ures as condusivc to benefit the greaser nuni-'
i bcr.
PREMIUMS.
As an inducement tor persons to interest
the nselves to obtain subscriptions for the
MERCANTILE GUIDE, wc offer the following i
i premiums. Upon receipt of the names, pay in j
advance, we will forward them by express, or j
\ otherwise if ordered, to the address of those
| entitled to them.
j For 300 subscribers, cash, $35 00
For 250 subscribers we will give a splen
did gold watch, (warranted.) 30 00
For 200 subscribers, an felegant gold
locket, 4 glasses, worth. 15 00
j For 150 subscribers, one elegant bracc
i let, worth 11 00
For 100 subscribers, one gold vest chain,
worth 10 00
For 75 subscribers, 1 gold pen and hol
der, handsomely engraved, worth 8 00
For 50 subscribers, 1 gold pen and hol
der, worth 6 #OO
i For 40 subscribers, 1 gold pen and hol-
I der. worth 300
iFGr 15 -übsoribers. 1 medium geld pen
aud holder, worth 2 00
For 12 subscribers, 1 gold pen and heg
der, worth 1 50
' All communications should be address.' Ito
* W. BLAKELY. E litgr and Publisher of the X.
| Y. Mercantile Guide, No. lu3 Greenwich St.,
' New York.
*** Newspapers throughout the Union, by
publishing the above appropriately displayed,
* i including this notice, two months, and calling
I attention editorially to the same, and sending
us the paper, will lie entitled to an exchange,
au f l receive a gold pen and holder worth $2.
1 10:4—8t.
" " great excitementl ]
TEEM EX D 0 US R US If!!
Another Cargo of Goods at
THE OLD REGULATO R. j
might as well undertake to dam up,
JL the waters of the Niagara with bulrush- j
es. as to try to convince the multitude that!-
there is any other place in town where they j
can get such great bargains in the line of j
GROCERIES k PROVISIONS,
|
as at the Old Regulator which has so long -
been the Great. Emporium of Trade in thisC
flourishing Metropolis. Now we have come j ]
to the conclusion that there is only one way j <
to sell Goods, and that is to let the people,'
know we have them to sell, and sell them at:'
prices which will be an inducement to those
in want to buy of u~; and for this purpose we 1
have chartered a.coluniu in the Journal where j
we intend to kp tiie people posted as to M
what may be l'ound at our establishment. — j ;
Every body knows, (or at least ought to know) j
where the Oid Regulator is j and for the bene- \
iit of those who don-t know , .and who tcish to j
know, we will just inform mat it is lo- (>
cated right o;i the
RAILROAD,
only a few rods from the Depot, and is a;ways ;
open for customers and all who wish to save
23 per cent, in purchasing the necessaries of i
life ; for it is the only place in town where • 1
you can expect to have a lit'le change left after ; 1
purchasing your necessary supplies, notwith- i
standing the common assertion of every one 1 •
that taey sell cheaper thap their neighbors, |
We don't boast of selling goods at or below ! i
cost, b..t we have adopted as- our standard to j
•* Live and Let Live," and to sell as cheap a? 1
the cheapest; fur when people advertise to !
sell below cost, you may easily conclude that;
they are only throwing out bait." In order i
that the people may know what we keep to j
reel, we will enumerate a few of the most im
portant articles,
Q ROCERIES.
Any one examining'our stock of Gropcrics. j
we are confident will at onto come t.o the con- ;
elusion that a betteu and more complete as- ;
sortmcnt cannot be found ip this section, con
sisting of
SUGAR,
TEA
COFf irE,
MUEASSES.
SIRUPS,
PEPPER,
SPiCE,
G IXGr-R.
CLOVES, ;
Mustard, Sajcratus, Cinnamon. Pepper-Sauce.
Catsup, Veast and Soap Powders, Vinegar.
Oil, Camphene, Fluid, Chewing and Smoking j.
Tobacco, Sag ft', Segars, Candy, Nuts, Raisins.
Crackers, Herring. Soap, Candles, and an end- :
less Variety of other articles which it is un
necessary to mention, may be found in this:
department, and which will be.sold at a trif-.j
ling advance from cost to ready pay.
P R 0 Vl3lO N S.
Just take a look at our large stock cf Pro- |
visions, aud see if we have not got the where- j
with to relieve the numerous wants of the •
needy, and enough to keep you all from starv
ing through the long and dreary winter. It j
is impossible for us to enumerate one half the :
articles we keep, in a single advertisement, i
but we will n;ention a few of the most impor-1
taut, which upty be found in abundance and j
in great variety, consisting of
PORK.
IIAMS,
FISH,
BUTTER,
CHEESE,
LARD,
SALT.
CORNED REEF,
DRIED BEEF,
SHOULDERS,
FLOUR,
CORN MEAL,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
DRIED APPLES.
DRIED PLUMS,
POTATOES,
OATS.
BEASS, 1
SALT.
: an.l a host of other articles in the line of pro
visions. Also kept constantly on hand a good
\ issortment of
WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE
; such as Broom c Washtubs and Boards, Mops,
i Dinner Boxes, Brushes, Ae., together with a
: general assortment *f Stone Ware, which we
! will sell very cheap for cash. A general in
| vitation is extended to all, and to tiie people
of Potter County in particular to call at the
Old Regulator before purchasing elsewhere.
CLARK o: PHILLIPS.
Wellsvillc, Dec 10, 1556.—9 34-t>mo.
ADiilltflSTilATOß'S NOTICE,
V 5 NIIEREAS Letters of Administration to
T the estate of RUFUS A. FREEMAN,
late of the County of Rotter, deceased, have
i been granted to the undersigned, all persons
• indebted to said estate are requested to make
i immediate payment, and those having claims
j og.iin-t the same, will present theru duly au
thenticated fur payment to the subscribers at
Ulysses, Potter Co., Pa.
MISS ELIZA M. FREEMAN.
JERRY W. FREEMAN,
; May 23, 1857. Administrators.
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.
itA/HiEREAS Lett'-rs of Administration to
v 7 the estate of DANIEL LIIGLEY, late of
the county of Potter, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, all persons indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make im
mediate payment, and those having claims
against the same wil} present them duly au
i theqtieated for payment to the subscriber at
Hebron Potter Co., Pa.
' POLLY G. HIGLEY,
11 May 23. 1857. Administratrix.
~YATES COUNTY NURSERY ~
\\r 11. QLIN & CO.. of the Yates County
ii T t • Nurseries, have for sale a large and
; valuable assortment of I'RI'JT TREES
i of all varieties usually cultivated. These
| Trees are young and of vigorous growth. The
i qualities are the most choice known, and arc
| warranted GENUINE. Also, a fine stock of
! ! ORNAMENTAL TREES and SHRUBBERY.
for fall delivery.
)' Address orders to C. BEACH. Pen Van,
Yates Co.. X. Y. Orders left with ROB'T. W.
NILES, Coudersport, Pa., will be promptly
filled. - I0:2-6mo.
| 1 GOODS —A Large and Splendid As
' sortment just received at
10:1 * • OLMSTED'S.
j
13 LEACHED MUSLINS and a few other c
-3 tieles in the line of Staple Dry Gocd'
■' low for cash at E. K. SPENCER'S,
U 10:2 D. W. S., A" f
S' ~ OME CLOTHING of Cheney's manufaOarc
on hand at E. K. SPENCER'S,
! 10:3 D. W. S-, Agk
£11.! >J 1 1 -=^
PIANOS, MELODEONS & MUSIC
TIIE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED. *
Prices Greatly Reduced, (
UOKACE WATERS,
Wo. 833 Broahuay, X. 1.,
agent for the best BOSTON A N. Y. )
Instruments. t
Largest Assortment of Pianos. Melo- <
X deons. .Musical Instruments, and Musical
Merchandise cf all kinds, in the United States, i
Pianos from Ten different Manufiictori s. com
prising those of every variety of st,; front j
the plain, neat Hnd substantial G.} Oc.aves, in I
Walnut or Rosewood Cases, from £l5O to S2OO, j
to those of the most elegant finish up to One i
Thousand Dollars. No house in the Union
can compete with the above in the number,
variety and celebrity of its instruments, nor |
in the Extremely low prices at which they are
sold.
HORACE WATERS' MODERN IMPROVED
PIAXUS, with or without Iron Frames, pos
sessing in their improvements of over-strings ;
and action, a length of scale and compass ot
tope equal to the Grand Piano, united with
the beauty and durability of structure of the >
Square Piano. They are justly pronounced by
the Press and by the first Musical Masters, to j
be equal to those of any other manufacturer.
They are built of the best and most thorough-!
ly seasoned material, and guaranteed to stand
the action of every climate. Each Instrument
guaranteed to give satifaction, or purchase
money refunded.
SECOND-IIAXD PIANOS, at great bar
gains, constantly in store. —price front S3O to
$l4O.
HORACE WATERS' MELODEONS.—Su
perior Instruments in touch and durability of
make. (Tuned the equal temperament.) Me-j
lodeons of all other styles and makes. Price
$45, S6O, $73, SIOO, $125, sl40 —double J
Reeds and two banks of Keys, S2O0 —less p
liberal discount. Clergymen had Churches,
an extra discount.
MARTIN S GUITARS.
BROWN S HARPS,
FLUTES,
FLUTIXAS,
ACCORDRONS,
VIOLINS,
and Musjcal Instruments of all kinds, at lower
prices than ever before offered to the public.
A large discount to Teachers and Schools.;
The trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
>2 rSMf.--One of the largest and best ic
.lec.ed catalogues of Music now published,'
comprising many of the choice and most pop
ular r.irs of the day, and will be sold at one
third oif from the regular prices.
Music sent by mail to all parts of the coun
try, post-paid. Particular and personal atten
tion paid to all orders received by mail. Sat
; isfaction guaranteed in every instance. Pianos
! and Melodeons for rout and rent allowed on
; puachase. Pianos and Melodeons for sale on
monthly payments. Second-hand Pianos ta-
I ken in exchange for new. General and select
i Catalogues and Schedule of prices forwarded
(to all parts ol' the country by mail.
f-cTGreat inducements offered to AGENTS
j in all parts of the coqntrv, to sell the Horace
; Waters' Pianos, Melodeons, and Catalogue 'ol
! Music ( .-:46.
COV SiERSPU'!' tt ABE H .
J. IIEXDRICK, Principal.
71HHU Academic year Will be divided into!
i JL Three Terms of thirteen weeks each. The
Winter Term will commence on Monday, De
cember Bth, 1856. The Spring or Summer
Term will commence on Monday, April 6th.
1857 ; and the Fall Term on Monday. August
24th, 1857.
T E R XI S .
Tuition per term of thirteen weeks, as fol
j lows :
Primary Studies—Reading, Spelling,
Mental Arithmetic, Ac., - - $2 50,
Common English Branches—Geogra
phy, Orthography, Arithmetic and
Grammar, - - - - - 375
Higher English Branches—Natural
Philosophy, Astronomy, Chemistry,
and Frst Lessons in Algebra, - 5 00;
Higher Mathematics—Algebra, Geom
-1 etry, Ac., - - - - - 600 j
Languages—Latin. Greek, or French, 6 0t:
Drawing, extra, - - - - 2 s<>
Piano Music, cx'.ra, * - - 10 o0:
fffif/'oymenl Strict!-/ in Advance
Ail scholars who can write legibly, will be
required to present an original Composition
once in two weeks,; and male scholars to de
claim once in two weeks.
Board can be obtained in private Families
in the village, or rooms can be had in the
l Academy by applying to the Principal.
j MR. IIEXDRICK has had the Preccptorship
' of the Academy for the past year, and it is
| with great satisfaction we announce that we
| have beeq able to secure the continuance of
i his services. The flourishing condition of the
i Academy lias been exhibited by a larger at
|i tendance and more general expression of sat
isfaction, than has ever been experienced liere
\ tolbre: and the Trustees flatter themselves
. that in the renewal of his engagement they
j are carrying out the wishes of the patrons of
. : the Academy thus favorably indicated, and
securing for that, station a gentleman fully
competent to supply the wants of an intelli
gent community.
ELI REES. President.
G. B. OVERTON, sec'y. -3
LEWIS MANX. Treasurer, 2
AMOS FRENCH, £
L SOBIES'KI ROSS, 2
HENRY J. OLMSTED,
1 Coudersport, Nov. 10, 1856.
A Retired IMiysician, 75 years of
3 age, having lost his Father, two Brothers,
-1 Daughter. Son-in-law, Nephews and Nieces, by
t that dreadful disease, CONSUMPTION, and suffer
ing with a Cough , himself, detirmined to visit
the East Indies, Egypt, and Japan, where he
discovered a j } r<vaitive and Certain Cure lor
"! Colds. Coughs, Bronchitis, Consumption , Ner-
I vous Debility and Asthma. His cough was
v cured immediately; he returned, cured his liel
-1 ! ntives, who inherited the disease, and in con
* nection with his son have employed it in their
e | practice, curing thousands of cases considered
e | hopeless by others, For the purpose of rescu
e j ing as many of his fellow beings as possible,
f he is sending the Recipe to all who wish it for
. 10 cents; 3 of it to pay the postage, and the
balance printing. Address Dr. HE.\TH 101
. Spring street, opposited St, Nicholas Hotel.
. New York, 10:2—3mos.
TEW I sviiu STEAM GRIST m I LL7~
3 XE W AIIKA-\G E M E X T.
undersigned having bought out ail
i J. former owners of the Lewisville Steam
_ Gri;t Mill are now prepared to do ait manner
of grinding, as they believe, to the satisfac
tion of their customers. Come and see.
O. A. LEWIS,
CRAYTON LEWIS.
Ulysses, Feb. 28. 1857.-9-38.
i s NK and staple articles in the Drug line for
. sale by, (10:2.) E. K. S.
MILLPORT HEAD-QUARTERS, T
subscribers take this method of in-
JL forming their friends that they are in re
ceipt of. and are now opening, a choice and
desirable 'stock.of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
to which they incite the attention of all who ;
desire to make purchases. Our stock is large ;
has been selected with great care, and is "par
ticularlv adapted to the wants of this section >
of our country. Our stock oi Dry Goods con- ..
sists of : •
DRESS GOODS. TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS,
EMBROIDERIES. PARASOLS ' j
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
NESTINGS. DO
MESTICS. * :
SHIRTINGS,
LINENS, PRINTS,
HOSIERY, SHAWLS,
and a variety of other articles, too numerous
to mention. We have also a complete assort
ment of
GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND
CROCKERY;
all of which will be sold uncommonly cheap
for readv pay, and 1 approved credit on as
reasonable terms us " other establishment.
MANN \NICHOLS.
Millport, Aug. 11, lhCb.—9:l3 lv.
BL W, KIWG I SOLV,
PATENT
115 AIR M AAt'fiPtCTSK E R S,
-L3S ijrooino Street,
One I or East of Broadway. [Late 4US Broad
way, J NEW-YORK,
[ Established A. D. 1833.,]
"E NYITE an examination of their great vari-
JL etv and superior assortment ot CHAIRS, i
manufactured at their own establishment, and
under their immediate observation and direc
tion, including
PIVOT REVOLVING CHAIRS.
SELF-ACTING EXTENSION RECUMBENT
CHAIRS,
IMPROVED INVALID WIIF.EL CHAIRS.
MAJOR SEAKLE'S TRAVELING INVALID
CHAIR.
SPANISH SPRING AND SQUAB CIIAIRS.
RHEUMATIC, SPINAL AND ASTHMATIC
| INVALID CHAIRS, JcL'.. &C., AC.,
Embracing the most complete assortment,
and choicest kinds fur Parlor*, I.h ai, ing Rooms.
Cnaml.trs, Hardens, Libraries, Counting Houses,
(h/iccs. Public Institutions, Dentists, Barbers, ,Jc..
j together with every desirable sort adapted to i
tjie comfort, convenience and luxury of the
: Sick, the Aged, the Infirm, the Lame and Lazy, j
In point of ingenuity of design, elegance of ;
j fini.-h, quality and richness of material, faith- I
fulness of execution, durability and cheapness. 1
these chairs are unsurpassed. For them. M. ;
W. KING i SON, were awarded the lirst and j
only Prize Medal, agd the faculty recommend j
them as far preferable to beds or couches for j
patients afflicted wjth Spinal Asthmatic or,
Bronchial affections.
To either arm of the chair may be attached i
a convenient reading or v riling DESK, and any |
- combination desired a ill be manufactured to j
to order. .
A Circular with explanatory cuts, will be j
sent by mail if requested, and orders [with re- j
mittances,] promptly forwarded to any part of j
the world.
LUXURY & ECONOMY:
KING'S NEW CHAIR. "AS YOU [IKE IT."
An Arm Chair, Reclining Chair, Couch and !
Bedstead, [COMBJX d tx ox ,] Li susceptible ol j
twelve different positions or changes, to meet j
the varied requirements for comfort, conveui
-1 cnce, luxury ami economy, [in space as well.
jas price.] Whether in sickness or healh. this j
: celebrated CIIAIH "as vol" LIKE IT," excels in j
many respects, any chair perhaps ever manu
! factored in thiS'or any other country.
The price varies from Fifteen to Thirty Dol
lars. according to finish.
i To Public Institutions, as we-R as to individ
uals, this CIIAIR is a very desirable article.:
; and will be supplied in any number on tin
j most liberal terms. Apply to or address
M. W. KING & SON, |
-IS 4 Broome st., One door cast of Broadway.
1 NEW YOP.K. . Late 468 Broadway. 9:44-1 V.
:V T KW GOODS —A Fine Assortment jut
received at OLMSTED'S.
"GREAT REVOIUTION IN M EDICAL SCIENCE
The best Therapeutic Agent
e\cr introduced.
JUL DICKINSON'S
fwv—.'-w-srv a MAGNETO ELEC.
Y-VUTRIO MACHINE
W. OlillHSul • . • • • -I
,1 i-*r< f -A ■'%- exciting the
cV\ bsorbing atten
't i° n of the Mi di
-1 N,,l IV, felon nod
a large portion of
.! —-—' the intelligent lay
men of the land. It is now clearly demon
strated that the lancet, mercury, and all other
internal "drug medication'" may belaid aside
with perfect safety to the patient and abidr
ing benefit to posterity. Wherever these ma
chines have been introduced, they excite the
j highest wonder and praise. The apparatus
I is adapted to prevent, relieve and cure every
disease incident to humanity,—more particu
larly all those painful and formidable diseas
es which have for centuries baffled the pro
lbundest learning and skill of physicians.
From whatever cause there may be an ex
-1 cess or deficiency of the nervous fluid—pro
; during an excess or deficiency of the acids
and alkaline secretions—the magnetic princi
ples of the system are deranged, and can on-
I l v be safely restored to thoir normal condition
by an application of magneto-electricity, by
I means of DR. DICKINSON'S MAGNETO
ELECTRIC MACHINE. This apparatus will
positively prevent, and speedily relieve and
. cure Consumption. Scrofula, Rheumatism,
• Palsies, Neuralgia, Spinal Diseases, and all
e ■ other painful maladies, however hopeless and
r of long standing. They are eminently useful
_ in all sexual and urinary disorders, particu
s larly where the Constitution has been broken
_ down and ruined by unnatural solitary habits
_ to which too many of the young ol'both sexes
r| are so lamentably prone,
j DR. DICKINSON'S MAGNETO ELECTRIC
MACHINE is without the dangerous compli
cations of batteries and acids—which fact alone
r renders it superior to all others on the score
e of neatness, cleanliness, safety and utility.—
j It is. in faet, a handsome parlor ornament:
may be applied by a child ; and will last a
i life-time, to the great saving of Doctor's
- bills. Ac.
; PRICE OF THE MACHINE $lO.
It will be safely packed and sent to any
, part of the United States. Sold wholesale
1 and retail at the Medical Office. No, 38NORUI
' SEVENTH Street, Philadelphia. Address,
' A. C. DICKINSON, M.D.
•| 10-1 lv.
VNEW 2 lIORSE LUMBER-WAGON for
for sale by JONES. MANN & JONES.
Coudersport, June 11, 185<. —tf,
rif iALL AND EXAMINE the NEW GOODS
1 v..' Just received by OLMSTED'S.
FHE WFELCOME VISITOR. V
The Cheapest'and Handsomest- periods
cal in the world
' lirculatloD 130, DO,
THIS ELEGANT 'AND FXSTIXATIVH
LITERARY AND FAMILY-MONTHLY .
MAGAZINE closes its first volume 4rf June
next. During the few brief mouths of its'tx
-tence it liars attained a popularity unequalled
in the aimal9 of the Press.
- The publishers having offered liberal P: C .
mi urns for choice literary efforts, the Stories
Romances, EsSays,- Poetry, and other spark!
ling and interesting reading was qomen
in January last, ami are being still polish -
Yd 1n the'Yfcitor. " ' ' "- • •
The New Volume will be commenced i n Ju
ly 1857..' greatly improved and, eulurgeij
Each number will contain thirtr-two c.xt'ri
large sfzml'rtij'iiT'ovtffviJ V!JJP/.Tjjs£lf^fqrrrfh A
nifi-cent volume-of nearly-40(J- pegns !fo r
year—or presenting an amount
cost reading on aR subjects, equal to.
would cost in the book stores at least-fifp-"
cents, payable invgrifihly in advance. ' '
Some of the most popular and brillinut mile '
and female contributors are regular contri
butors and the publishers will spare no pain,
or expense to render the *• Welcome Visitor"'
every way acceptable to a refined and intelli
gent community.
The publication is adapted to all classes c f
j people —the young and the old—mid where
ev- r seen and perused, meets with universal
acceptation.
Hkzif" Now is the time to sol-scribe to the
New Volume,
*. y * The back numbers may b< ; \ ( l 0
complete sets] for cents each, ot the wholo
series of 12 numbers for TWENTY-FIVE cents.
Liberal inducements to Clubs and Cat,
vassers.
fcsf Remember, our term a are Fifty cents
| for one year, for a single copy, or ..three cop.
ics will be sent underone cover or addreajfoj
One Dollar. .\ddrcss,
CO.SDEN A COMPANY,
Publishers, No. 28 North Seventh s:rn
j (up stairs,) Philadelphia. ■ • 10:1— lv
| I .W V MERS MAN UN G
_S will find a supply at
9:43 JONES, MANN X JONES.
TONES, MANX A; JONES, pay the highest
if market price for all kinds of Produce.
YS® AVER'S
'MIL PIUS.
FOR ALL TLDI PSRPOSEB OF A
| FAMILY PHYSIC,
TUERF. has long existed a public demand for au
effective purgative pill which could be relied on a*
sure and perfectly safe in its operation, litis has
been prepared to meet that demand, and an extern
, sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with
I what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to
make the best of all pilh —one which should have
none of the objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It has been unfortunate fur
tfie patient hitherto that almost every purgitiv
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the how,
ela. This is not. Many of them produce, sq.muA
griping pain and revulsion in the system as tpmcrf
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pills produce no irritation or pain,
; Uiless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowfils. Iking purely
vegetable, no harm can arise' from their use in any
quantity ; but it is better, that any medicine snmud
■ be taken judiciously. Minufc directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been snecdilv cured by them, we
may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Lyss of Ap
petite, Listles9iiess, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
j Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain * r '
and Loins; for, in truth, all these are hut the con
-1 sequence of diseased action in the liver. A* an
aperient, they afford prompt and sure relief in Cm
tiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body.
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is required.
They nave also produced some singularly
ccssful cures in Rheumatism, Ggut, Dropsy, Gravel,
Ervsipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in tne
Back, Stomach, and Side. T'hey should b freer;
! taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
and prepare the system for the change of season'
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach ar-'
, bowels into healthy action, and restores tag apj*-
. tite and vigor. I hey purify the blood, and, by the..-
stimulant action on the circulatorv system, reno
vate the strength of the bodr, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of the wliola organiu"
Hence an occasional dnse is advantageous, even
though no serious derangement exists; but tin
i necessary dosing should never be carried too (*'•
as every purgative medicine reduces the strcwr--,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases x wl^ c
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, >u t
they suggest themselves to the reason of ' Te U
body; and it is confidently believed this pm y l '
answer a better purpose than any thing a
hitherto been available to mankind. AVhen e '
virtues arc once known, the public will n0 l on / l
~ doubt what remedy to employ when in need o
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped they -a*
pleasant to take, and being purely vcgcta ).c,
narm can arise fVom their use in any quant' v.
For minute directions see wrapper on the ho
PREPARED BY
JAMES C. AYE 11,
" Practical anil Analytical Clicinisl
LOWELL. MASS.
Price 25 Cents per Box. Five Boxes for 51
' AYER'S
CHERRY PECTORAL,
1 For llw rapiil Cure of
(OH. US. (OLDS. IIOARSE\ESS
BRUM IHTIS.
CROrr. ASTIIMA, AM)
CO.XSUM PTIO.X,
' THIS remedv has won for itself such nott^FF
- from its cures bf every variety of pulmonary d:
, that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the r
Jences of its virtues in any community where
as been cmploved. So wide is the field of' u
fulness, and so' numerous the eases of its cure-,.
- that almost every section of the cov,ntry ao°"" ,
■ in persons publicly known, who have been rtr, ' , : i e
■ vom alarming and even desperate diseases °'
hmgs by its use. ML en once tried its super' 01 "-'
over every other medicine of its kind is too *PP
ent to escape observation, and where its vkt'ies .
known, the public no longer hesitate what ant "- _
to employ for the distressing cud dangerous # .
tions of the pulmonary organ* which are my f
to our climate. And not only in formidable '
tacks upon the hines, but for the milder van
of COEDS, COUGHS, HO.UUENKSS, AC.: a "U. (
CHIEDHEN it is the niaasantost and safest mean.. •
that can be obtained. . t
As it has iong been in constant use throul ;" bf
this section, we need not do more than assure
people its quality is kept up to the best that >'t
has been, and that the genuine article is *ou 7
SMITH & JONES,
AND
I>. W. SPENCER,
; | COUDERSPORT. Pa., and by Country
i chants and Druggists everywhere.