The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, August 27, 1857, Image 4

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ij~ xi■' • I." Hi ruigmct of lq ature * law*.
MTFER NOT!
i%Ucij ft CI nr. i<? feuaaaaiet 1 *!
IN £TaSE3 or
SECRET DISEASES, j
Sc.'. i Wviw JkLii** So <?</#,
Onut , u.nUtu, LUeasa / the Kidneys and
Jllad* L ., Mercurial JiheuncUvt.-n, ScrofaU,
/. Mans and An des, Dixsasts oj f.'n
,£ .1 .' 1 T :, >c f'~ c "'" e/ictrs upon '
Jj ~i>< L C'afictrx, jjropj t/ Epileptic f '>,
l \l& f 4m *'.JC Cf// J- ItJ Ji'Ctf*
j J- if./iftkt S.'XUai Qrj'irut,
' 2 rCII o Nervous Treinkbr.g, Lois of Mem
ory,LOi o! Power, General Weakness,
Clivc -'a VI Vuiou with peculiar spots appear-1
}/'g llF'.rv t:.y yes Leas cl S:git, Wakefcl- |
Urs'.cp-iin, L;vv; Lipase, LYaptics* up§n
th favi, Vua ilk tLfc back an 1 h<*ul. Female
l/rcgulariti una ad improper Uisch rges from
p;uL exci. It matter* not Iroin vvh.it cause;
the d. -o AO oi Igloated, however iong standing
pi j'.iUHti the f are, recovery is estlain, and if. i
> . boner liruv liinu a pcrjiiimefu Cvtrt- cm;, pc el-
K -tol hr a:.j ,*4;- Utaimfen'. even after the
il;ese L i \j .lad the skill of eminent physi
Pi.iiir and rt-si ted all their mccii Jot cure. iht
y. 'di :i:.e-a P.;e pi. lUant without odor, causing no
picsiie** and tree froai mercury or balsam
Daring twenty years of practice, I have rescued
from tia ■ j.iw. . f Death many timusapd*. who.
in the lust su g.; - ol the above mentioned dis
had be .:n given up to die by their physi
iant, which .irranU ui- in prquij*ir,£ to ihc
uihiulcU. who may place themselves tinder my
oaro, .i perfect and mo-t speedy cure. Secret
piiiuu i uae the greatest enemies to he.vith, as
th-y .ie tnv hrct cause of Consumption,Scrot
a.u, ami many O'h r diiCa?7, and sboul i be a
terior tv ih.- liumeu f uiiiy*. As a pern ment
l ore i- • tr' eiy ever clfected, a majority ol the
Cwgct fu ing into the hetjd-i of incompetent
r-erioii-, who not only tail to cure the diseases ,
put ruin the Constitution, filling the eystcm
With 8.--r; whh'h, wit'u t.he diseasi, Las-
V-n- the suif.-rcr into a rapid Consumption.
Hut bhoa.J the disease and tlie treatment
pot c'iu.c deu'.h speedily and the victim niar
riei, tuc disease ij entailed upon the childteu,
arUG are born with feeble constitutions, and,
L<- current of lite corrupted by a virus which
betray* itself in Scrofula, Tetter, I'icers, Erup
tions and stair aifections of the iLin. Eyes,
Throat and Lung , entailing upon them a brief
aiiiience of mleiiug and coasiuguiag theai
Vj an early grave.
bKLF AlSl'Sis is another formidable enemy
to health, for to:, y else iu the dread cau
iug'n of h'nar. diseases causes so destructive
a upajc upon the by:;*eui, drawing its thousands
oi victim-, through a few ycarg of suffering
down to nn untimely grave. It destroys the,
iprvous Rytem, la, idly wastes away lha e;;-
of life, causes mental d rau^cment,i
prevents the nropcr devolopmeot ol the system.
lif|naUftt for
and all earthly L ippinens, and ledyes. the suf
ferer wrecked in bw ly and min i, predisposed
in cotiHuinption and i train of enismore to be
dreaded inuii .]■ iih i'seif. With tue fullest
confluence 1 m-sure ia unfortunate victims o:
tielf-Abue that a permanent and speedy cure
c au be affected, a. d with the abandonment of
ruinous practices in y patients csu he restored
to robust, vigorous health.
The ailiictod are cautioned against the use
of Patent Aleuicines, lor there aru eo tunny
jngcuious snares in the colutuni cf the p ibi;:
prints to catch and tQb the unwary sufferers
that millions have their constitution.? ruined
by the vile compounds of quack doctors, or
the equally poisonous nostrums vended as
"I'ateot Medicines." 1 have carefully analyzed
many of the so called Talent Medicines and
find that nearly all of tiiem cqntaiu Corrosive
Sublimate, which is one of too strongest pre
paration* of ntcrcqry and a deadly poboa,
which instead of curing tiio disease disables
the system for life.
Threc-fourihs ..f the patent ncstrquis nt.w
in use are put up bv unprincipled and ignorant
persons, who do not understand even the al
phabet of the matrrm m.-dica , and are equally
as desutwtu of any knowledge of the human
system, having one object only in view, aud
t:at to make money regardless of consequen
ce*.
Irregularities and ail diseases of miles and
females treated on principles established by
t weuty year* of practice, and sanctioned by
thousands of the most remarkable cures. Med
icines with full directions sent to any part of
the United States or Cacartas, by patients
rotniiiuuicatiug 'heir symptoms by letter.—
IluaintfS- cGrrispwadtace strictly confidential.
AdJross.
J. SUMMERVILLE, M. 13,
Office No. 1131 x'libcrc Et-,
(Old No. 109,)
istnow twelftu,
rtIILA DE L P 111 A :
rUOVINK)N STOitF
E. E. SPENCER,
&florsGreat I nr\\xremcnts
TJ BUYERS OF
(GROCERIES, PROVISIONS kc., at
W the store fcruietiy occupied by D, \V.
S.PE;JCER, on ad Street, North side of Public
Square.
GROCERIES.
A good assortment consviutly on bend, from
which I will ocumerato a few of the leading
articles, such as
Sugar, Mustard, Uandv,
Coueo, tiauatnon, Nuts
Molasses, Popper dauc 1 , Crackers,
Syrups, Catsup,
Pepper, Yeast, C>u;dlCo,
?pice, Gilt, Shot.
Wringer, Tobacco, Lend,
Oovos, Snuff, ''G.' Caps,
Curb. Sodn, Scgarr, C- Tartar,
and many other thing- too numerous to mo
tion, wall be fouud in this department, which
will be ?old at a trifling auvancc from cost,
Ibr reo<iy pav.
" PROVISIONS
Constintly on hand, sutb 3S
Ft'dHK, HAMS, SHOULDERS, FISH, SALT.
BETTER, CHEESE, LARD, BEANS,
OATS, FL<yuß, CORN .MEAL,
BUCKWIILAT FLOUR, DRIED
APPLES, DRIi.D PLUMS,
and many other articles in the lino of Provi
fions not necesary ui mention. Also,
WOODEN WARE,
rich a Brooms, Wash-Tubs and Boards, Mo;
D'nat-r Boxe, 4c., which wiii be soid lovv for
o*sh.or ready psiv, fats, Taiatoes, Butter,
Egg?, a i in fact aluiott iveiyth ng n
fnrBJT raises, will 'be taken in exchange for
Good*, at their casn I invite the at
tention of Villagers, Fanners and Lumbermen
who utttdre hi make purchuaos in the above
artlcl*.-, and solicit tiiem to rail before pur
toa bug else vheift. T. K. SPENCER.
Goudertport, June 9, IchT.—lo:2.
f ) other ct
I • 1 n * line of Staple Dry Gocdi!
yf '( it at E K. Pi LNOCU'S,
4'/ 1 p " A. f.
prooosin? Ainenilmenta -A tlij?
oi ih*: A'din
llus!W('iil?U.
'
"O ESOLVFS h u*
JDft lUpr*.<*.Udv.* O V* C*'nn>-/na*a:tl <>;
rtumyhania id Ovmral met: g hat.
; the following ameaimanTs are proposed to the 1
constitution of tlie coiomonweftlth. in nvcord
with the provision* cf tim tench tiucie
thi-fecf
fJF.ST AMTNLMF.NT,
There shall he ftr. ft Mition .l nMule to said
constitution to u4ji*;Affiv a* urtivle emveii;
as i> lm W3 :
AUnCIE XI.
OF PI BUG DEBTS.
SeCTJOs 1. The atute may cctntct dfbts.to
supply eftsu..i dvtieits oi failures in ivVvnaes.
or to m ot expense? not otherwise provided
for : but the aggregate amount Of su- h vkbt
direct and contingent, whether contracted by
i virtue of one or mote nets of tho general ns
seaihlv. or ut difft-ienl periods qt lime. shu.li .
never'exceed seven hundred and fifty thousand
dollar.- and the money arising from the Crea
don of such debts, olu.I! be applied to me
purpose for which it win obtained, or to repay
the debts *o commoted, and to no oiacr pur-j
pose whatever.
SUCTION 2. Ia addition to the above limited
power the siftte may contract debts to repel;
invasion, suppress insurrection, defend the j
state in war. or to it-deem ihc- present oat-j
standing indebtedness of the ttaie; but the!
money arising from the coutrar.tizig of such
debts, shall be applied to the purpose for which
it was raised, or to repay such debts, 4.id to,
no other purpo-e whatever.
SECTION' I>. Except the d; bts above specified,
in sections one ami two of this artic!;:, no dtb; ;
whatewr shall be cieated by or <;u behalf ol
j the state.
Section* 4. T) provide for t|;e pnvment of
the present debt, and upy uvlditiona! debt "ou-'
tracted as aforesaid, the legislature, shall, at
its hrst session, utter tin adoption of this
amendment, create a sinking fund, which shall'
be sufficient to pay the accruing interest on
■ -uich debt, and annually to reduce the princi- i
tu 1 thereof by a gum not i-.ss than two hua- i
: Jred ttiid fif y thqusaud d._:lars ; xvhich sink
ing fund shall con Mat of the net annual in
come of the pubficworks, from time to time;
owned by the state, or the proceeds of the sale
of tlie same, or an. part thereof, end of the :
. -■ C
income or proceeds, of sale of r.ocks owned b; !
the state, to;r.-;ii ;r with other funds, or resour
ces. that ruay be designated by 1 ivv. The s.'.id j
sinking fund may bv increased, from time to
time, by assigning-to it any part of the taxes.!
, vr other re? euues of the state, cot re quired for :
the ordinary and current expenses of govern- '
meat, and uulvss in case of war, invasion 01
insurrection, no part of the eaid staking fund
shall be u ed or applied otherwise than in ex-;
, ting lishmcnt of tbe public dt b*, until thej
amount of such debt is reduced bvl ivr thej
sum of five millions of doilars.
bxcriON 5. Tue credit of the cunmonwcaltb 1
shall not in any manner, or eve it, te pledged. 1
or loaned to. any individual, company, e.orpo- j
ration, or association ; nnr shall the common-.
wealth bereef er become a joint owner, or
stockao.dcr, ra any company, association, or
corporatioa.
.SECTION 6. The commcuwe iltb shall not as
sume the debt, c: any part tacrcof, of any
county, c-ity, borough, or township ; or of any
corporatioa, or association ; unless such debt,
sbail have b-on contracted fo enable the state;
; to repel invasion, suppress dome-tic iosurre j
lion, defend itself in time of war, or to assist
; the state ia the discharge of any poriiou of
■ its present indebtedncss.
bscxiON 7. Tae legislature shall not atnbor
, ize any county, city, borough, township, or
: incorporated district, by virtue of a vote of its ;
| citizens, or otherwise, to become a stiekhoid-;
or in any cc.mpa.uy, a.ssociation, or corpora
. lion ; or to obtain money for, or loan its credit i
■ to, any corporatioa, association, institution, 01
• j party.
SECOND AMp;.MENT.
There shall be an additional article to raid '
1 constitution, to be desigaate-d as aiticlc XII,
! as follows :
IPTICLF XJI.
OF NEW COUNTIES.
r No county shall be divided by a liuo cutting I
1 off over one-iouth of its population, (either 1
to form a new county or othcrwue.) without'
. tbe express assent <j such county, ly a \ote
of tho electors thereof; nor shall auy new
county no established, containing less than
' four hundred square miles.
THIRD AMENDMENT
From section two of thu first article of the '
' Cjustitnudu, strike out thy words, •••■/* thcrs y
lof I'kUaiMjnt!, end of each orj.vy actively ;' 4 ',
j from section five, same article, stri'ka out the
1 words, '"/ Philadelphia end of tko r?ocralc ou/:-
■ .t'rem section seven, same article, strike]
• out the words, "■neither the city of l'?<il'i4c!phia.
\t- nnjf and ; u ling tlicTec f the words.
"mid no;' 1 11 u l sti'ikc out "section four, sar.it ar
; tid and iu lieu thereof insert the following:
" SECTION 4. In the year one thousand eight
, hundred and sixty-four, and in every seventh
yunr thereafter, representatives to the number
! of one hundred, shall be apportioned and dis
tributed equally, throughout tbe state, by
, districts, in proportion to the number of taxa
ble inhabitants in the several parts thereof;,
except that any county containing at least
' three thousand five hundred taxable:-, mqv he
allowed a separate representation : but no
1 more than three counties .-hall be joined, and
! ao county shall be divided iu the formation of
1 district. Any city contaiuing a sufficient
uumbor of taxable* to c,otitic it to at least two
representatives, shall have a separate reore
seutation as*igued it. and shall he divided into
convenient districts of contiguous territor-,
1 of equal taxable population as near as tuay'be,
each of whjch districic uhall elect crc repre
' seutativc."
At the end of section seven, same article,
: insert thw.-a words, "Ik* ri;y of Philadelphia
thall be divided into sinyU senatorial districts, of,
roptrpuou, territory a* ncorlu equal in. taxable
population 0* possible ; no ward shall bo di
• vul-d ;n tic formation there/.
Ttia legislature, at i's first session, after tbe
I adopti :ui ol this aim odmcnt, shall divide the
tbe City of FuiUdolphia iD'o senatorial and;
represoutatjve districts, in the manner above
" provided : rucii districts to remain unchanged
• until tne appurticamcut ia the year one thou
.-uad eiijit uundrcd and sixty-four,
FOURTH AMENDMENT.
Thcrv *ha!l be au addition il section to the
, fir. t article of said constitution, w-bich shall
;• be uqmbered and read as follows :
SUCTION 2d. Tbe legislature sb,ai! have the
1 power t > alter, rt-vokr, or antiui, any charter;
j ol incorporation beioaitor conferred by, or nc
. der, any specvd, or general law. whenever in
their opinion it may injurtouv to the citi
zens 01 the coaiuicmwealth ; io su*h manner,
. however, that no injustice ebali bo done to
the corporators
|M StNAT Marrh 27,
R:-ro!v*d, That this resolution piss On tbe
fir.U nxncadmer.t, yeas £4, HATS 7 ; cn the sec
ond BHi.nvlmcnt, yen 3 23, nays 5 ; on Uu* third
auitnaUi'-Lt, yeas 23, na;.j 4.
• Extract from the Journal"]
GKU w. HAMLRdLY, Cfer*.
I
Hi THE Hoy;f uf REPRESENTATIVES.
Aj,n! 29, IiST.
That this resolution pass. Un the
first amendment, yciis 73, nsys 2 ; on the sec-!
oud amendment, yeai 37, nuys S-i ; on the third
amendment, yeas nays I'd; on the tourih
-men-lincn t, yeas t>3, nays ~
[Liiruvt froci the Js-unuJ ]
JACUB ZEIGLER. CLft. |
Tiled in Secretary's office. Tiay 2, 1b57.
A. G. CUKTL,
Secretary of the Camuu/rnieaith.
SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
p4.aa^saCi:G t Jurat 22, lso..
r<.nntyli;ai,i}, u:
id • etii.y that the ab&ye and foregoing is
i true a3.1l correct copy of the origin..! "iAsu-
Luiori proposing ufntudinvtils to tnc* CoiJjlitu
tion ql the Coram nivfcaith,'' v.ith the tote in
| each branch of the Legislature upon the final
passage (hereof, as appears from the original*
ou hie in this office.
rI ~ - Ju testimony whereof I have. hereun
to - 1 J;q set iqy hand unci caused to bo affixed
• the seal'of the Secretary's Office, the day and
j above written.
A. G. CURTIN,
Secretary of the Cammonweaiik.
iN SENATE. March 27, 1337.
The resolution proposing amendment? to the
'Constitution of tire Loinaionwealtb being un
der consideration;
On the question,
Will the Senate agree to tLe first amend
ment !
The yeas and nays wore taken agreeably to
the provisions of the Constitution, and were
: as follow, vD.:
Vines—Messrs. Brewer, Browne. Coffey, Ely.
■ Evans, Fetter. Flcmijjk<-u, Frater, Ingram Jor
dan. Killiagcr, Knox, I.aubach. Lewis, i£)' wr >
Scoiieli, S'ilcrs, Snunixu, Snele, Strnub,
' \V. ls!i, W-lLius, Wright and Taggart, Speaker
Z 4.
j Nays—Messrs. Crabb, Cre3swel!. Finney,
; Gregg, Harris, Penrose and Souther—7.
"so the question was ketenuinyl ia the
affirmative.
On the question,
Will tnc Senate agree* to the second a
rncudnqenl ,
The veas and nays \ygre taken agreeably to
the pro visions 91 the Coasutution, and were
is i'jllpvv, ,v<a :
YEAS—Messrs. Brewer, Browne, Cresswell,
; Ely, Evans, Letter, Finney, t'icnniken, Ingraq..
I Jordan, Knox, Laubach, Lewis. Myer, Sellers,
i Siiuiuan, Soutiicr, Stecie, Straub, Welsh, \Vil
aius, Wright and Taggart, Speaker— 23.
N \ys—Messrs. Co.fey, Crabb, Prater, Qregg.
' Harris, iviilingor, Penrose and Scotieid—3.
S) the question was determined in the
I affirmative.
On the question,
Will the Senate ftgree to the thir l nmeud
; mcnt ?
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to
the provisions of t.. Constitution, and were
! .as follow, v.s :
Yk'AS—Messrs. Brtir.'er, Browne, Crabb,
Cresswell, Ely, Evans, FJeuaikeu, F rater, la
gram, Jordan, Ki.linger, Kaoe. Laubacii, Lewis,
Myer, .3 oaeid, Sellers, Suuuiau, Souther,
Steele, Strand, Welsh, Wiikina and Wright—
, 21.
NAYS —Messrs. Col Fey, Gregg, Harris and
. Pcurose—4.
So the question was determined in the
affirmative.
I On the question,
Will '.tie Senate agree totho fourth amend*
i uient t
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to
: the provisions of toe Constitution, and were
; •! lollu W, Vii :
YEAS Messrs. Brewer, Browne, ColTcv,
CressweU, Ely. Evans, Fieuuiken, Prazer, lu
-1 gram, Ki.linger, Knox, Laubach, Lewis, Myer.
• Scoficld, Sellers, Sjumau, Souther, Steele,
; Straub, Welsh,-Wilkius and Wright—23.
Nays—Messrs. Cranio, Piniicy, Jordan and
Penrose—i.
So the question was determined in the
j affirmative.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE^
April Jj, Isofi
The resolution proposing imeudmeuts tu the
. Constitution qf tue Commonwealth being un
der consideration,
Gu the question,
Vt .11 tnc House agree to the first amend
j meat ?
! The yeas arid nays wore token agreeably to
' the provisions 01 tne Constitution, and were
ao follow, a is :
YEAS-- .Messrs. Anderson, Arthur, Back
house, Ball, Beck, Bower, Brown,Cal
houn, Campbell, Chase, Cleaver, Crawford.
Dickey, Ent, Eyster, Fausold, Poster, Gibbo
uey, tiildea, Hamel, Harper, lieius, llt(und,
Hill, iiilicgas, iioh'tuau, (Berk-.,; luibric, Inue.-.
Jacobs, Jeuktns, Johu.-, Juhu.soa,
Kerr, Knight, Li-iscariug, Langaker, Lovctt,
Manear, Maugle, M Calmout, M'llvain, Moor
head, Mumrua. Mussclmau, Nichols, Nicholson,
Nuuemacher, Pearson, L'eters, Pouukiu, Pow
ua 11, Purcell, Ramsey, (PuiLadelpbi i,j Ramsey,
1 York,) Roamer, Heed, Huberts, Hupp, IShaw,
.dioaD, Smith, (Cambria,) .Smith, (Centre,) Ste
venson, Tolui, Vail, Vanvoorhis, Vie k ITS t
Vofghley, Vj'aUer, Westbrook, Whartou, Wil-
Uston, Vv'itherow, Wright, Zimmerman and
Getz, Speaker— 7b.
NAYS—Messrs. Backds, Benson, Doek, Ham
ilton; Hancock, llin3, Hoil'mau, (Lebanon,)
aebo, Strnthers, Thorn, Warner and VViutrqdt
So the question was determinod in the
affirmative,
i 'On the qnes'ion.
Will toe liuusc agree fa the second amend
meut?
Tbuyeas ana nays were taken ngreeahly to
the pruvßious of tnc Constitution, aud were
: as follow, viz :
YEAS—Messrs Anderson, Backhouse, Ball.
Beck, Bower, Calhoun. Campbell, Party, Ent,
Fausold, Foster, Gild', a, Hatncl, Ilarpcr, iieius,
Ueistand, Uillegas, Hjfffnau, ;Berks,) House
keeper, Itnhrie, Jeckins, Johus, John
son, Kauffmau, Knight, Leiscnrin'g, Longaker,
! Lovett, Mencar, Maugle, MTlvain, M'>orbead,
Museclutan, Nichols, Nicholsoa, Nuutmacher,
i'earsau, peters, i'etrittia, Fowuall, Purcell,
Ramsey, (Vhilacclphia,; iiamscy, (York.,; itca
uier, Roberts, Hupp. Siiaw, .Slom, Tolau. Vail,
Vo ghlsy, Vr*alter, Vcstbrook. Wharton, Ziru
merman and Getr, Speaker- —57.
NAYS—Messrs. Arthur, Augustine, Backus,
Bcnsou, BL-hop. Brov. n, Chose, Cleaver, C'raw
j ford, Eyater, Gibboucv, Ifauiilton, Hancock,
Hill, Hiue, Hoffman. (Lebanon,) Jacobs, KJT,
Lcbo. M'Calmout, Mumtna, Reed, Smith, (Cam
uria.) Smith, > {Stevenson. Struthcrs,
rhorn, Vanvoorhis, Ykkors, Wagonsclier,
Warner, Wiutrode, Wimerow and Wright—3 L
So the question was detcimined in the af
firmative.
Oo the question,
Will tnc House agree to the third smend
-1 ment ?
The yras ail<i t"T- : ~vcrc tak'-u agreeably to
' the prcrisivfu c )he Cinsututivn, and
folfo.iv, Tiz : I
YEAS—Mcssra. Anlersc-n, BA..khonc. Ball,
IJ.cit. Benson. Bower, from. Calhoan, Cunip
i ocll. Criasc, Clearer, Crutrford, Dickey. Ent,
I Evster. Fausold. Foster, Glbboney, iiauiel,
Harper, Heins, lkistand, HJII, Jiiliegas. Hoff
man. (Berks.) HofTmun, (Lebanon.)
! keeper. Imbiie, lunea, Jacoba, Johns, Johnson,
Knuti'man. Kerr. Lcbo, Lonyaker. I ovett. Ma- i
! near. Maut'le. M'<rulrnont, jlonrht-aJ, Mumina, j
Mussulman, Nichols. Nicholson, Nuncmucher.
Peawon, Peters. Petrikiu. Pownull. Purcell.
Ramstv. .York.) Reamer, Reed, Rupp. Shntv.
i Sloan, (Cainbria.l Smith, (Centre.;,
j Stevenson, Tolan. \ ail. \ anvoorhii, Nicker,;
Voe-ghley. W estbrook. V iiliston. i
Witheiuw, Wright, and Gc, ;
Speaker—'; 2.
NATS—Messrs. Arthur, Augustine. Bvckut,!
Bishop. Curly, Deck. Giluea, tlayiille>;,
eock, Iline. jeuk ns. Knight, M 11-'
I vain, Rr msey. - Philadelphia, I Koberis, Su'Uth
jers. Thorn, vValter, VVarner, Wharton und
; Wintrode—22. _ . I
So the qpestion Was determined in the i
I uffiiinative.
On the question,
Will the- House agree to the fourth amend- '
i ment ? i
I The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to ;
1 the provisions of tnc Constitution, and were j
• A3 follow, \ U : j
YEAS —Messrs. Anderson. Arthur, Back- j
! house, Backus, Ball, Beck, Benson, Bishop, '
j Bower, Brown, Caihou.9, Camp'.elJ, C'.-irtv..
' Chase, Cleaver, Crawford. Dicke-y, Eat, Eyater.
! Fansoli, Foster, Gibboney, Giidea, Hamel, j
I Harper, llcins. Ileistand, lliU, ILllegas, lloff- 1
'man. (Berks.; Hoffman, (Lebanon.) House-;
keeper, Imbrie, lanes, Jacobs, Jenkiu-, Johns, ;
iJjLuson. tfoiqff'min, K-rr, Le-bo, icisearing,
Longukcr, Love it, Manear, M Calmont. !
M'llvain, Mmania, Mussulman, Nichols, Nich- j
, olson, NunenutcSier, Pearson. Peters, Petrikiu.
. ; Fowuall. Purcell, Ramsey, (Phiiadelphia,) .
' Ramsey, Reagqer, Jiced, jl-ffierts, Rupp, j
Shaw. Sloan, Smith. (Cambria.) Smith, (Cen
tre,l S.weason, Tolui. Vail, \auvooriiis,
Vickcrs. VoeghU y. Wagonsclier, W alter, Wur
' ner. We-atbro-nk, barton, \\ iiiiston, N\ itherow,
Zimmerman and Get;, Speaker— B3.
NAYS—Messrs. H.uiiil'.on, Hancock
i Struthers, Thorn, Wintrode and Wright—7. |
So tiie question was determined in the af- j
. j firm a tit e.
SLCHLTKRY'S OFFICE,
Ii laUiiliL'UO, June 22, 1557. J
; Penxsytvanif t a : (
1' do ceiuity tlat the above smd foregoing i*: j
a true and correct copy of tU "Yea.*" and
j" Nay.*" taken on the resolution proposing
amendments to the Coustituiion of tne Corn
upuiwenlih, us the sapic appears an the Jonr
j nals of tiie two Houses of the General Assem
| bly of this Commonwealth for the cession of!
1357
, . o* Witness ray hand and the seal ot
; L -Mai I uUice, this twenty-secoud t|ay ot (
June, quo ti,juauti eight hundred and lifty
j seven-
A. Ct. CURTIN,
1 10:5-.3 in Secretary of Ike Commonwealth.
Low Prices uitd Rvailj Pay, j
AT SHARON CENTER.
SUBSCRIBERS &rc o.iTe;ipg fur sale
X an entirely new stock, consisting of
, i DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, -
-j CQOCKERY, GLASS WARE, BOG I'd
K SHOES, HATS & CAPS, U.M
-1 ; BRELLAS, PARASOLS,
WINDOW SHADES,
WALL PAPER, HEADY
MADE CLOTHING, YANKEE
NOTIONS, <hc., Ac.
, j In our selections the wants of all have been
j remembered- The Gcutlenun can fiud in our t
i j stock of Heady Made Ciotfottg an elegant
:! Fashioiiablc suit, or a substantial Business j
i suit, and we have Hats i. Caps and Boots i.
, | Shoes to match.
■j Tut Ladies can fiud Fashionable Bonnets!
. I beautifully trimmed, or bonnets aud trimming : I
. j a good assortment of Dress Goods, and trim- j
lining*; Ciovcs, Mitts, Hosiery and Gaiters.— ;
i j Aud, last but not least, corded and skeleton;
| Skirts ; also, Rattans, Skirt-Whalebone and
- Brass Skirt-Hoops; beautiful Jet Necklaces
I and Bracelets, Corals, Fans, and too inau_\ ■
other things tj enumerate, —all of which we j
are selling low for Cash, Lumber, or any kind '
of Produce. FLOUR, MEAL, FL-iU Ac., cou- i
stantlv oq hand.
W. R. k J. 11. GRAVES.
Sharon Center, Potter Co., Pa., June 5,'
11857. 10:2—if.
O HANGES AND LEMONS just received bv
10:2 W 11. k J If. GRAVES. ' j
DW SPENCER is -\gent for many of the
• most popular Mediciucs now iu' use, a
■ ftty of which he will meutiou:
J. It. STAFFORD k CO.'S OLIVE TAR.
DR. D. JAYNE A SON S FAMILY MEDI- i
•; CINES.
', J. O. AY'k.R k CO.'S CIIEKRY PECTORAL
- AND PILLS.
SEVERAL RLND3 OF CHERRY SYRUPS,
' j Ac., Ac., Ac.
H. Stafford A C'o;'s Oliye Tar is ap
| plied aud inhaled by wearing oti
around the ueck aud ou the breast. His OL
'IIVE OINTMENT is applied where the skiu is
' broken, aud is a popular remedy where known.
| Gqo<l tor the Whoopiug Cough. 10:2.
I YATES COUNTY NURSERY.
i H. OLIN A CO., of the Yates County
' * T • Nurseries, have for sale a large aud
1; valuable assortment of Ffll'lT TREES
-j of all usqajly cußivated. These
Trees arc young amj of viguroqs growth. The
: ! qualities are the most choice kqovyc, aud are ;
; warrautcd GENCINE. Also, a fine stock ol
; ORNAMENTAL aud SHRUBBERY.
*' fur fall delivery.
! 6S2Y"Address orders to C. BEACH, Pen Van,
> | Yates Co.. N. Y. Orders left with lIOB'T. W.
- NTLES, Coudersport, Pa., will be promptly
| fil|cd. Iffi2-omo. f
A Roiirrd I'll* sitlqw, 75 years ol
' age, baring lost his Father, t\yo, Brothers.;
Daughter, Son-in-law, Ncpbti-qa and Nieces, by
" j that dreadful disease, CONSI iirno.v, aud suffer
' ing with a Couyh, himself, dctirinined to visit
' | tljc East ludic.*, Egypt, and Japan, where He
' discovered a Preventive an*4 Certain Curt for
' Cold?, Coughs, Bronchitis, Corytunpotion Ner
vous Debility and Astbiqa. L?is cough was
' cured immediately; he pMurqcd cured his Stl
ativee, who inherited thy disease, and in con
uectiou with his son have employed it ia their
'; practice, curing thousand*- of cases coqsidcred
"; hopeless by others. Fur the pqrp.ose of rescu
' | ing as many of his feilow beings as. possible.
'; he is sending the Recipe to all who wish it for
' ; 10 cents; 3 of it to pay the postage, and the j
'balance printing. Address Dr. If HATH leil
' St ring street, opposited St. Nicholas Hotel.
' New York, 10:2—3mos.
Ct ALL AND EXAMINE the NEW GO D •
J Just received by , OLMSTED'S. I
INK and rtap e articles in the Drug line tor
. 'sala by K- K. S.
BIILLFORT H&AD-QjD AKTERg.
TfiK subscriber* laketUi' uitrhod of Ln
tbrmiii? their friends that they are in re
ceipt cl', i.r.d t>ne now opening, a choL and
desirable stock cl'
STAPLE AND FANCY DF.Y GOODS,
to which tbey invite the attention cf all v>hc .
1 desire to make purchases, out ?tvch is large
been selected with great caro, end is par
ticularly adapted to the wants of this section
of our toOfeft/. Uu stock ol Dry GucA.- con
sists of
DRESS GOODS. TRJVISJINGS RIBBONS,
EMBROIDERIES, PAiLVSOLS
CLOTHS, CASSLMERLi
v LSTIN os. DO
MESTICS.
SHIRTINGS.
I. IN ENS. PRISTS.
HOSIERY, SHAW 1.3,
'and a variety of otl.tr articles, too numerous
to mention. Yv e have aiso a complete assort
ment of
I GRGCER;F..S. HARDWARE AND
CROCKERY;
| all of which will be -old uncommonly cheap!
i for ready pay. and for opprovi jJ cr v lit on us I
reasonable terms as nnv other estubiishnjent
M CNN iNICHoLS.
Millport, Aug 11, ISSC. vld ly.
IH7 W7KIBJG & son,
P ATENT
CHAIR M i.\l r UTIRLRS,
438 lirQome Street,
Ono Door East of Broaduav, [Lute *os LroaJ- j
way,] NIAY-YOiDv.
[Established A. D 1823 ,1
INYITE an examination of i)reir groat vari- j
cry and superior assortment oi CHAIRS. [
! manufactured at their own establishment, and
under their iin ujed ip.lt' observation and direr- ,
lion, including
PIYOT REVOLVING CIIAIP-S,
I .SELF-ACTING KX TEN SI U.N RECUMBENT ]
CHAIRS,
Jll PROVED INVALID WnEEI. CHAIRS.
MAJOR SEARLE S Tft.VYEI.LNG IN Y-VLID j
CHAIR.
SPANISH SPRING AND SQUaR CIIATRS. J
RHEUMATIC, SPINAL AND ASTHMATIC
INVALID CHAIRS, AC., AC., AC.,
Embracing the most complete assortment,
i and choicest kinds for I'arlors, Drawing I'e>v a ti, i
\ Chambers, Gardens. Libraries, L'ounlmy II user,'
' Officea, I'ublic InstiluU >is, Denim'*, Darter*, <yc..
1 together with every dust;able sort adapted to
i the comfort, convenience an 1 luxury ol the
' Sick, the Aged, the fr./i.-m, the I.man r.pd J.any.
In point of ingenuity of design, cl- gaqcc of
• firjsl;, quality and richness tif muter at, faith
fulness of execution durability and tluapii- ;
these chairs arc unsurpassed. lor them. AJ.
; \V. KING <K SON, were awarded the fir-t and \
onlv Prize Medal. a:\d the faculty recommend •
f ihera r.s far preferable to beds or couches for |
1 patients afflicted wUh Spinal Asth/aulic on
j Branchial affect io^s.
To ei'.hei anu of the chair may be attached
I a convenient reading or writing Dusk, and any i
combination desifcti will be manufactured to !
j to order. .
A Circular with explanatory cuts, will b>
; sent by until if requested, and orders [with re
i arittanccs,] promptly forv\.tfd*d to uu. j urlo!
the win Id.
'LUXURY & ECONOMY:
KING'S NEW CHAIR, "AS YCU LIKE IT,"
An Arm Chair, Reclining Chair, Cowl: ond
j Bedstead, [counts' D IS: ON ,] is susceptible oi
j twelve different positing* ot , ha age-, to meet
t the varied requirements for comfort, copveni
-1 <-nce, luxury and economy, [iu space as wed!
as price. J Whether in sickness or hcslh. thi.- i
celebrated CHAIR "A- YOU UKE IT, 1 ' excels in
J many respect®, auy chair perhaps ever luanu- |
facturcd in this or any otjjer couutrv.
The price varies from F'fteen to 7'airly D-d
-j lars, according to finish.
i To Public Institutions, as well as to tndivid- j
j usD, this CHAIR is u very desirable article.!
, apd will be supplied in auy number on th ■
! most libera, terms. ,\.plv to or address
M. W. KING A SON, {
438 Broame St., One door east ol Broadwuy. !
; NEW YORK, (Late. 4dB Broadway. 9:44-ly.
V[ tW GOODS—A Fine Assortment ju.-t
'x s received at OLMSTED'S, j
GREAT REVOLUTION IN MEDICAL SCIENCE, j
Tlic best Therapeutic Agent 1
ever Introduced.
DK. DICKINSON S
MAGNETO LLEC
TRIP MACIIINE j
Uj 1 °.''-.- is exciting tin-,
bui of tiie Metli
.. - j Tfijgng large tortion oi
men of fhe laud. It is now clearly demon
strated that the Innrtt. mercury, aud all other
intern.' 1 " drug medication" may be laid n-idc
with j erfect safety to tiie patient and abid
ing h nefit to posterity. Wherever these ma
chine- have been introduced, they excite the
liigbe t winder and praise. The appar.itu
is adapted to prevent, relieve and cure every
disea 9 incident to humanity,—more particu- 1
lurly all those painful and formidaEU diseas-j
i es vybivh have for centuries bathed thic pro
fouqdest learning
From whatever cawsfc there may be au ex
cess or deficiency of the ucrtfi\is fluid—pro- j
during an excess or deficiency of the acids i
and alkaline secretions —the magnetic princi
ples of the system are deranged, and ran on
; ly be safely restored to their normal condition
by i n application of magueto-electricity, h\ :
1 mcana of DR. DICKINSON'S MAGNETO
KLKC TRIp MACHINE. This apparatus will
positively jy,-.event, and speedily relieve aud ,
cure Consumption, Scrofula, Rheumatism.
F'alsics, Neuralgia. Spinal Diseases, and all
other painful maladies, however hopeless and i
:of long standing. They are eminently u-efu! j
i in all sexual and urinary disorders, particu-.
larly where the Constitution has been broken
down aud ruined hv unnatural solitary habits
i to which too many of the young of both sexes
i are so lamentably prone.
DR. DICKINSON'S MAGNETO ELECTRIC i
MACHINE ii withy,,,; itC couipn-|
catto„sof haucrics and acid-—which fayt alone
renders it superior to all others oil the score
'of neatness, cleanliness, safety ain[ utility.—
It is, in fact, a handsome parlor ornatneut;,
mav be applied by a child ; and will last a
: lif T-tirne, to the great saving of Doctor'.--
bills, Ac.
PRICE GP THE MACHINE $lO.
it wili he safely packed aud scut to any
part of the United States. Sold wholesab
rind retail at the Medical Office. No, 3? NORTH
i SEVENTH Street, Philadelphia. Addeej
A. C. DICKINSON, M.D. :
; 10-1 —ly.
N r 0 CHARGE FOR SHOWING THE NEW
Goods just received ut OLMSTED'S. j
VNKW 2 HORSE LUMBER-WAJQOM fort
for sale by JONES. M\NN A JUNES. I
Coudersport, June 11, 1 SOT. —-tf,
THE W^LCO2rEVIbITOR~
The Chcafe.it ahd Jiar.hcfr.at
mi/ in the u\ /id
Chculation 10O,0f>0,
TILL 3 ELEGANT AND FASCINVTT-Y
LITERARY AND FAMILY MU.NTHLS
MAGAZINE -LOJCK ITS first VOLUME IA J KL "
next. During the £GV¥ Lxici months of N. U .'
tonce it has attained A popularity uneuua, ,
in T HE annals of the Press.
The publishers having offered liberal Pr
tniums for choice literary efforts, the .
ROMANCES, Essays, Poetry, and other
ling AND interesting reading WAS COMMTNU,;
in January last, AND ARE being still puULf .
ed in HIE Visitor.
The New Volume will be commenced in Jo
ly greatly improved and enlarged.^.
Each number will contain thirty-two em*
large sized royal octavo pages, making a mag
nificent volume cf nearly 480 pages tbr the
j year—or presenting an amount of the
ccst rc-adit g on all subjects, equal to wh„t
! would cost in ihe book stores at least fifty
cents, payable invariably in advance.
Some of lh. most popular und brilliant Rial*
, and IVmale contributors r.re regular coat.-
butops and the publishers will -pare no pxim
or expensr to render the '* Welcome Yisim."
every way acceptable to a refined und iatclh
gent community.
The publication is adapted to all fk>2Cs ot
people— the yciing and the old -arid whetv,
I ever and perused, meets with universal
acceptation
Now is the tim, to sybsvribc to \U
I New Volume.
* The ha, k uumbsrs may be had (to
I complete sets) for 3 rents each, or the
j series oi' lz numbers for TWENTY-FIVE uents
Liberal inducements to Clubs and C.vo
! vassers.
■•member, our terms are Fiftv cuntr
J for one year, for a single copy, or THREE CP.
ies will be sent uuderone. co\T*r or ADDRESSER
, Une Dollar. Address.
COSDF.N k POMPAVF,
Publishers, No. 33 North Seventh Street
: (upstairs.) Philadelphia. 1):1 lv '
IX\ Ft ME US W A STING PLASTER f or Uuq
will iind a supplv at
9:43 JUNES, MASN I JONES,
■ "BONES. MANN v JONES, pay the Ligheit
tf market price for all kinds of I'roduc#.
AVER'S
JIS PILLS,
'
FOR AI.L THE PURPOSES OF A
FAMILY PIIYSIC.
TIIP.FK has lOTCZ existed A public demand furn
elfe-tive purgative pill which could be relied on u
; sure and perfectly safe in its operation. '1 hi, hat
been prepared to meet that demand, nod an inten
sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easy to make a physical pill, but not ersy to
make the best of all jrills —one which should hc
noue of the objections, but nil the advantage*, of
every other. This has been attempted here, *nd
i with what styecc-.s we would respectfully submit to
| Ike public decisiou. It has been un fur tuna te for
tiie patient hitherto that almost every puryatire
CAedicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow-
D. This is uot. Many of them produce so murk
griping pain und revulsion in th* system as to inert
than counterbalance the good to be derived ffm
them. These pills produce no irritation or pain,
inless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement 'in the bowels. Being purely
! vegetable, no harm can arise from their use m any
I quantity ; but it n better that any im-uuiiw should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for thuir
i use in the several diseases to which they RIC ate
t plicable rue givon en the box. Among the ecu•
I plaints which have been speedily cured by them, w*
mav mention Liver Comjuaint, in its various fonn*
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor und Losso! Ap
' petite, Listle-sno--, Irritability. 13i!ious_Heailack,
. Rjlious Fever, Fever and Ague, I'.dn in the SUM
and Loins; for, in truth, all these are but the con
sequencje of diseased action in t)e lirer. N® au
| uperient, they afford prompt and sure relii f
I tivencss, Piles, Colic, Dvsentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body,
i Ulcers and impurity of the blood; injihort,any
and evrrv case where a purgative 4- required.
I Thev have also produced some singularly sue
1 cossful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gnus ',
Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heajt, Pains in the
Buck, Stomach, and Side. They should ' freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blond
and prepare toe system for the change of v.mmu.
An occasional dose stimulates the stems, h "d
bowels into healthy action, aud restores tbr apt-e
-lite and vigor. They juirify the blood, and, bv their
! stimulant action on the eiieulatory system. rno
; vate the strength of the bodv, and restore t!
• wastid or diseased energies of the wiu-lt orguaisn-
Henoe an occasional dose is advaiitageon-, ,-,rr
though no serious derangement exist*: but r
necessary dosing shmild never be carried t>o far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the *trei<gtb,
When taken to excess. The thousand casi '■ i" ,r "'
a physic is required cannot i>e enumerated lo re,
they suggest thcmclves to the reason " ! .,r Trr o
body; and it is confidently believed this pul will
answer a better purpose than any tiring winch *•
hitherto been available to mankind. \Mrcit tue-f
virtues nre once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need ol *
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-*rapped they •
• picnaant to take, and being purely vegetable, no,
harm can ante from their use in any quuntitv.
For minute directions sec wrapper on the Box
PREPARED BY
JAMKS C. AYEU,
Practical and Analytical Chciuf^
LOWELL, MASS.
|Tice 25 Cents per Box. Five Eoxes for $1
AYE R' S
CHERRY PECTORAL,
Fur the rapfil Cure of
fon.lis, I OLDS.
BROMHITIS, WIIOOPIXii-rotUllt
tuoir* ASTH.UA. AMI
roxsiMmov.
THIS remedy HAS won for itself such
front its cure? of evvi* Y u Pvly oi p*knru&xcoe>*-' #
lhat it is entirely unnecessary to recount the c ,!
•tences of its virtues in niv community whetf '
..bs been employed. So wide is the field of it*
fulness, and so numerous the cases of its c ur "'
that almost every section of the country abo'iti 1 "
ir persons publicly known, who have been rc'" r "-
.torn alarming and even desperate disease* of
lungs by its use. When once tried it* superi ,,ri y
over every other medicine of i,< kind is too
ent to escape observation, s,mi where it- , ' rtuc .V( i
known, the public 110 longer hesitate what antido
to employ for the distressing and dangerous aifr f
tions of the pulmoyrajLy organs which arc incrder -
to our cliniate. And not Only in formidable
tacks upon the lungs, hut for the milder vane ■<.
of Cor.r.s, COVGHK, HOAIWKNMS, df. ; '."J
CHll.drkn it is the pleasantest and safest medico.
that can be oUtaineo. ,
As it has long been in constant u-e throuz
this ®ect'oi, \ve netd not do more than assure -
peoiile its quality is kept up to the best that ;t o<
has been, add tiiat the genuine article is oiu
SMITH A JON KS,
I). W.
CORDEHHPORT, nrnl by (
cUauib and e\i jrv lciC.