The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, October 22, 1857, Image 3

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    Official iUturns of tjtf torral fhrtira in |3oitrr County, |Ja.,
HELD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1857.
GOVERNOR. J CANAL COM K. , JUDGES SCP'k COURT. ASSEMBLY. PUOTHKY. BEG. ft REC. CO. OOMR.j AUDITOR.
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ELECTION fI | | |'J | | |•f -■ | ff ! | | | |
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DISTRICTS. ! 3 "" S-
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Abbott, 1 * { II * II 4 - r 'i 4 • 4 4 12 12! iJ 4 4 lojj | 4 ft
Alit „ BT • f>s | - F > 54 25 54 54, 25 25 55 55 26 26; 54 2t. 48 31 54! 13! 62
Bingham] |s3j 31 I 54 2<J I 54 54 31 81 53 53 3o 30 60 21: 46 42 46 34: 54
22 I 8 21 6 j 21 j 21 77 22 22 6 8 16! 121 9 1 b'{ j 3 18: 16
Coudarsport, 148j 24 , 48 24 j 4v\ 49 24j 24 47 49 23 23 48 25; 36 33} |4s 24- 49}
Kulalia. !33 j 33 ;j 32 32 ! 32 31 33 33 33 33 32} 32 40 27 33; 34.' 31 35;: 31
<; ene ,ee, 26 30 i| 23 50 j 2; 21 3oi 30 27 27 3o; 30| 10j 43jj 9 47 5 49;! 32
Harrison, 96 ( 35 90 , 22 { 97 j 97 23 23 99 99 24; 24, 99 14(1 86 421. 9*j 23 ji 9hj
Hebron, 76 j2l !j 76 19 79; 79 16 16; 78 76 101 17 : 82} 15 I 661 26 71} I9j| 77;
llector 54 ! 27 i 53 37 55 55 37| 37, 52; 54} 371 371 51, 31; i sl| 391| 57} 31] 54;
Homer, 14 7 f 13 6 H 14} 0 0 14 11; 6 7} 14{ 7: 14! fljj 15 7: If..
Jackson, 5 6 | 4 ' 4 ! 4 j • j • 4; 4j j 7j —j 11 • 4. ij! 4
Keating, 1 5 ■ ij 3 5j 5j —; 5 5i . jo, —; 5| i. : - r'i
Ossrayo, ;49114 jj 40 1 1 47 47 14 14 47 47| 14 14 4..j 14: 39j 2dj 43 17 i 51;
j.jke " 20 I 15 ! 20 15 ! 20 20 15) 15! 20 2. 14! 141 2o? 15!| 15 20- 19 15 ; 19
J'luasant Vallev. 13 \ 9jj 12 9jj 12 12 l"j 10 12j 13| 5. , lo 7:f 7} 14 jlO lOj] 15
portage, * 11 j 1 11 -j! 11 11 - - 11 11} -j -J lli -!} H| -|. 11 -j: llj
iKouiet. 23 37 ! 23 36 I, 22 22 371 37 23 25, 35 35 2o; 33;| 15 4o|; 24 j 34;: 24
tibnrpn, 54 27 94 28 ,! 94 941 2:j 29 95 95; 28j 28; 92; 30} 76 35'| 84! 25 j92
btewardiOD, 10 17 , 8 18 | 9 9 16| 18 9 9; IT] 17; 9. 12; I 2 27 Ij 7} j 8
£irtnmfi, 77 i 6 7 0 0; 77 i ■ 7 7' 6 Oil a 6,1 9, —; 9
Sweden, 15 35 j 15 54 15 15j 35 35 15 15 35 35 16 33! | 12 37|j 15 35 15
ftvirnnia, 8 13 ; 9 10 9 91 lo( 10 10 lOj 13 13 j llj 8 6 17 jj 0| 4. 9
Cl vises. 149 13 148 17 149 141*1 17! 17 150 150} 1* Is} 154 9. 116 40; 14h, 15| 144
lV#it Branch. ; 6 10 6 10 16, 6. C 10 loj 6 6 1< ( 5 4 lo.i 1., 1, 15
.V,'burton, 43 26 42 21 42 42j 21 j2l|| 44 44 jl9 19 48| lo 14 55jj 41} 13: 42
Totals, | 957 495 930 ; 403 ;j 945 044j 46*j 468 j 952 958 406 407 965 417 73 ' 06-| BH-J ? 426} 958
Majorities. ! 462 473 I I 477 17oj ! I 41* 1 [ *W| j| j| 45HJ jj 956
Republican* marked thu?, *; Administration, t; Tn Coudcrspart, Ilazelhurst, (Am.,) fur Governor,
hsd - votes; Liudcnhurst, for Canal Com'r, 1; Broom and Brady, for .Judges of Supreme Court, each 1. Eaeh of these can
didates rec -ived 1 vote in eaeli of the townships of Abbott and Eulalia.
OFFICIAL
yote lu Potter County on the
Constitution Amendment*.
lit Am. I'd Am. 3d Aua. 4th Am.
V. A. T. A. V. A. F. A.
Abbott, 2 1 2 1 3 3
Allegany, 25 11 la 29 22
25 25 25 25
Clara, I<C 10 10 10
Coudersp'rt. 43*" 4 4 1 4 4 4 4
Ihil.ilia, 30 30 35 34
Gc-nesee, 4 4 5 5
Harruoa,
Hebron, 10 10 11 11
Htotor,
Homer, ,-M 21 21 21
J:eksoa,
Keating', 5 5 5 5
t bwavo,
Pike." 30 20 30 28
Hea. Valley,
Vortage,
Houlft,
.Sharon, 68 57 58 58
Steward ©D,
.Summit,
Sweden, 35 34 35 35
Syhania, 0 0 9 7
Vlt.sc*. 103 81 1 80 77
W. Branch,
Wharton,
Total, 413 1 373 20 400 304
(&s~Bv the above table it will be seen that
fcut about one-third of the rotes of the comity
wrrc given on the Amendments, very little at
tention being given to them. The vote on
them is very small throughout the Statu.
T achrr'N Institute.
Ou Monday the 16th day of Nov. next,
a Teacher ♦ Institute will b i> opened at
Tenders port and continue five days. The
object of the Institute.is, to give instruc
tion in the most approved methods of
teaching, and conducting the exercises of
tlei .School room. Six hours of the day
will be occupied in reviewing those
branches usually taught in our Common
Schools, and giving instruction upon the
method of teaching. There will also be
a Session each evening, for the purpose
ef reading essays, and holding discussions
od subjects connected with the advance-
Blent of the Common School interest.
The time has been limited to five days,
co that every Teacher in the County can
Afford to attend. One week's board, and
a small charge of threu or four shillings
for contingent expenses, wil be all the
necessary expense; and it is hoped, and
expected that the Teachers throughout
the County will inuke it convenient to at
tend. The undersigned will use every
effort to secure board on reasonable terms.
Those who design to become members
of the Institute, are requested to bring a
full set of text-books, of such as are used
in their school districts. The friends of
education generally, are cordially invited
to attend. The services of eminent, and
experienced Teachers will be secured to
give instruction and lectures during the
Session of the Institute.
Those who design to attend, should be
in C'ouderspart Saturday evening, and se
cure their boarding place, so as to be ready
to commence Monday morning. by com
ing in at a late hour on the first (Jay of the
Institute, the whole day will be lost, A
number of the Directors of the County
have mentioned to nie that they would
like to* hav ft general meeting for the
purpose of discussing some questions of
Interest relating to their duties. 1 have
therefore made arrangement* that Thurs
day evening of the week of the Institute
may be occupied in discussing the follow
ing questions:
i* ittsr t The importance of adopting a
vnifprniity oj t*xt-bovks } not only in the
School Districts, but throughout the
county.
JSecqxd { The propriety of petitioning
our S'<ite Legislature to reduce (he num
ber oj Directors from six to three; and
alb.yc than a compensation for their ser
rices.
Directors, by attending this discussion
® n Thursday evening, will have u favora
el opportunity also to witness th cloa
aacagp——aw ■ —p— Willi Mimtii
iug exercises of the Institute the next
day.
Directors, and Friends of Education,
shall we have a general attendance?
J. HENDIIICK,
Co. Suyt. of Potter Conntr.
COUDERSPOHT, Oct. 7, 1857.
CotnWjqAVl tNjmjrf,
Corrected IS'etkly for the Journal,
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SdiOtni AkDK & J It RS\.
1 > eater tin I try (Sooilt, Groceries, Hats t J" Cap*,
Hoot* 4' Shorn, Crockery, fork. Flour,
,V"i/. Xotion.*,. S c.. A'c.. 4
MAIN STUKET., Vol PEILSPuRT, PA.
FLOUR, superfine, T* bbl., - - $7 50
" extra, 44 800
PORK, " '• .... 30 00
SALT, < . - - 350
CUITV MNT, V 10# lbs., - - - - 2 50
UUTTKK, P lb., ... 20
LARK, " " .... 12<AA5
T VLLOW, 44 " .... 14 (n, 16
WOOL, •• 44 - 27(5 34
IIAM.S, 14 " - - - - 17
SHOULDERS, lb.. - 15
DEER SKIS. 4 ' 44 25
MAPLE SUGAR, V lb., ... 10(^,12
DRIED APPLES, 14 " - - - 14
•• Bushel, 2 50
WHITE BEANS. V ! " " " 3 50
BUCKWHEAT, " ,4 - - - 3,3
CATS. " " - - - 30(5,50
CORN, 44 44 - - - 1 00
RYE, " 14 - - - 75
POTATOES 4 AN _ . _ 25
FUGS, "P Dozen, - 12
HAY, p Ton, - - ST (ii 8 <■,<)
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THE Wi.NTKit TERM of Coudersport
Academy, will commence on Tuesday
the 15tli of December next, to continue
thirteen weeks. (Jrain of all kinds will
le received on tuition, at the market
prices, if promptly delivered ; therefore
the tightness of money need prevent no
one from obtaining an Education.
J. IIENJ)HICK, Principal
Noliue to School Teachers.
Tlie County Superintendent of I'otter
County will be at the following places,
and at the times here specified, for the
purpose of examining teachers, viz:
CLASSES, Thursday, the 20th of
November next, at The school-house in
Lewisville.
HARBISON, Friday, Nov. 27th, at
the Cummings' school-house.
JUNGII A M CEXTR E, Monday, Nov.
oOth, at the school-house.
OSWAYO VILLAGE, Wednesday,
Dec. 2d, at the school-house.
SUA RON, Thursday, Dec. od, at the
school-house near the mouth of the
lloneyoye.
HEBRON, Friday, Dec. 4th, at the
Crundall 1 i ill school-house.
ROULETTE, Saturday, sth, at
the red school-house near .Mr. Weiuier's.
I'M KK,|j Tuesday, Dec. Bth, at the
school-house near the mouth of the West
Branch.
COUDEIISPOItT, Saturday, Dec. 12,
at the Academy.
The examination at each of the above
places is to commence at 10 o'clock, A.M.
It is expected that all the teachers will
uutko their arrangements to be at one of
these places, whichever may be the must
convenient. Those, however, who attend
the Teacher's Institute during the entire
session, will be examined and receive a
certificate (if qualified) before leaving.
Each Teacher is also requested to fur
nish a reading-book of the kind generally
used ; also a ueu and ink, together with
at least two sneets of paper, as a portion
of the answers, in the different branches,
will be required in writing. As there
are increased facilities for teachers to
qualify themselves for the duties of their
calling, the time has come for more
thorough examinations,
The 44 Department ef Common Schools"
has issued new forms for certificates, both
44 Provisional" and 44 Permanent;" the
State Superintendent has also given in-
PC—MMg—MB—ESPPHPB— MWII HIH Mil I
' structiou to the County Superintendents
to re-examine those teachers uow holding
.Permanent ccrtifieates, and give new
: Dermanent certificates to such as are
; worthy of them, and Provisional certifi
! cates to others; also to annul the Periua
-1 uent eertitieates of those who do not sub
mit to a rc-exaniinution-
Theso instructions will be complied
with, and a higher standard of quulitica
tion will he required hereafter.
It is hoped that the friends of educa
tion, and Directors especially, will be
present at the examinations. A Lecture
will be delivered at either of the above
places, on any subject relating to Com
mon School education, on the evening of
the day of examination, if desired.
J. HE>'DRICK,
County Superintendent of Potter County.
CotuißsroKT, October 17, 1857.
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"oticeT
William V. Keating, "1 NO. 128,
Adolphus E. Burio Sept. Term, 1857. in
and the Common Plea^
James M. Wilcox, • of Potter County.
v-rtu.i J Action of Eject-
Leonard McKee. I ment for the follow
ing described lots of land in said county, the
first containing two hundred and fifty-seven
acres, situate in Kulaiia Townahip. ami bound
ed as follows : Beginning at the south-west
corner of the Tattle lot. thcuee N. by west lino
of said lot 120 rods to north line ot Warrant
No. 2129, thence west by said line 02.0 rod
to X. J. Mills' ea>t line, thence south 43 de
grees west by Mills' line 31 rods to center of
road, thence south 4u.fi rods, thence west lo
Mills' south line 40 rod* to a corner, thence
south 170 rods, thence east 185 rods to a po.-t
in the west line of Almcron Nelson's lot,
thcucc north 49 rods, thence east fiO rods to
warrant line, thence north U9.fi rods to Tat
tle's south line, thence west by said line 92
rods to the place of beginning ; being part of
Warrant No. 2129.
The other lot, containing one hundred and
thirty-six acres, is bounded u follows : Be
ginning at a post in the east line of the Keat
ing Lauds, being the north-vast corner of a
lot surveyed to 0. B. Martin, thence north 200
rods, thence west 109 rods, thence south 200
rods, thence east 109 rods to lite place of be
ginning; being part of Warrant No. 2110, in
Sweden township. Potter county. Pa.
And now. to wit, September 22d. 1 SAT, on
notion of John S. Mann. Esq., attorney for
Phiiutilfs, the Court grant rule on Defendant
to appear ami plead by third day of next
Term or judgment by default, ami order the
publication of the rule according to the-Act
of Assembly, in such cases made and provided.
By the Court, 11. J. OLMSTED,
Prothonotary.
p., t!,r Count if, x.t:
Certified from ihe Record this 19th day ot
October, A. I). 182*7.
IT S 4 Witness my hand and seal of office,
t -Lit t'oudersport. the s.vme day and year.
10:18—fit. 11. J. 0 LMST KO. Proth y.
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with fifteen horse power, warranted to saw
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in twelve hours, the entire establishment com
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ROSS'S PORTABLE BURR-STONE MILL,
for which over seventy premiums havo been
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grind with leas than half the power, and make
better liour and moal than any other mill. It
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Briefest rufmre from SIOO to $l7O.
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OK ALL SIZES. SHINGLE M ACHINES, ice.
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INK and slap e articles in the Prng line foi
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PIANOS, BIELODEONS & MUSIC.
THE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED.
Prices Greatly Reduced,
HOKACE'WATERS,
J\O. S3 3 Broadicoy , JV. Y.,
AGENT FOR THE liKST HUSTON & X. Y.
Instruments.
TFfE Largest Assortment of Pianos, Mclo
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i Pianos from Ten different .Manufactories, com
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t variety and celebrity of its instruments, nor
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SECOND-HAND PIANOS. ar great 1 ar
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HORACE WATER.tr' MELODEONS.—Su
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ati extra diseount.
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RROWN'S HARPS,
FLUTES.
FLU TINAS,
ACC'ORDEONS,
VIOLINS,
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Music sent by mail to all parts of the coun
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to all parts of the country bv mail.
ircat inducements offered to AGENTS
in all parts of the country, to sell the Horace
Waters Pianos, Melodeous. and Catalogue of
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T T • Nurseries, have for sale a large and
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1 Ulyreee, Feb. 29. 1P57. —U-Ji.
IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.
CONSUMPTION
AND ALL
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND THROAT
ABE POSITIVELY
CIRIRLE BY IYIIAHTIO*.
im rHICII convey-: the remedies to the cavi
? T tics in the lungs through the air passa
ges, and coining in direct contact with the
disease, neutralize* the tubercular matter, al
lays the cough, causes a free and easy expec
toration, heals the lungs, purifies the blood,
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving that tone and energy so indispensable
for the restoration of health. To be able to
state confidently that Consumption is curable
by inhalation, is .to me a source of unalloyed
pleasure. It is as much under the control ol
medical treatment as any other formidable
disease; ninety out of every hundred cases
can be cured in the first stages, and lil'tv per
cent, in the second ; but in the third stage it
i> impossible to save more than five per cent.,
for the Lungs are so cut up by the disease as
to bid defiance to medical skill. Even, how-;
ever, in the last stages. Inhalation affords ex- !
tiaordinarv relief to the suffering attending!
this fearful scourge, which annually destroys
ninety-five thousand jkisoiis in the I oitcd
States alone : and a correct calculation show -
tli.it ol tue present population of the earth, 1
eighty millions are destined to fill the Con
sumptive's gave?.
Truly the quiver of death has no arrow so
fatal as Consumption. In all ages it has been
the great enemy of life, for it spares neither :
age nor sex. but sweeps off alike the brave. ;
th-. beautiful, the graceful and the gifted. By
the help of that Supreme Being liom whom ;
eonieth every good and perfect gift, I am en- ,
alibied to offer to the afflicted a permanent
and speedy cure in Consumption. The first
cause of tubercle* is from impure blood, and
the immediate effect produced by their depo
sition in the lungs is to prevent the free ad- |
mission of air into the air cells, which causes ;
a weakened vitality through the entire system. '
Then surely it is more rational to expect great
er good front medicines entering the cavities j
of the lungs than troui those administered j
through the stomach; the patient will always 1
find tlie lungs tree and the breathing easy, at- j
ter Inhaling remedies. Thus. Inhalation is a
local remedy, nevertheless it acts constitution
ally, and with more power and certaiuty than
remedies administered by the stomach. To
prove the powerful and direct intiuence of this
this mode of administration, chloroform
inhaled will entirely destroy sensibility in a
few minutes, paralyzing the entire nervous
system, so that a limb may be amputated with
out the slightest paiu; Inhaling the ordinary
buruiug gas will destroy life in a few hours.
The inhalation of ammonia will rouse the
system when fainting or apparently dead. The
odor of many of the medicines is perceptible
in the skin a lew minutes after being inhaled,
and may be immediately detected in the blood.
A convincing proof of the constitutional effects
of inlialatiu • is the fact that sickness i al
ways produced by breathing fouJ air—is not
this positive evidence that proper remedies,
carefully prepared and judiciously adminis
tered through the lungs should produce the
happiest results? During eighteen years'
practice, many thousands suffering from dis
ease.? of the lungs and throat, have been un
der my care, and 1 have effected many remark
able cure?, even after the sufferers had been
pronounced in the Inst stages, which fully sat
isfies me that consumption is no longer a fatal
disease. Mv treatment of consumption is
original, and founded on long experience and
a thorough investigation. My perfect acquain
tance with the nature of tubercisS. ic., ena
bles me to distinguish, readily, the various
forms of disease that simulate consumption,
and apply the proper remedies, rarely being
mistaken even in a single case. This famil
iarity, in connection with certain pathological
and microscopic discoveries, enables me to re
lieve the lungs from the effect- of contracted
chests, to enlarge the chest, purify the blood,,
impart to it renewed vitality, giving energy;
and tone to the entire system.
Medicines with full directions seut to any
part of the United States and Cauadas by pa
tients communicating their symptoms by letter.
But the cure would be more certain if the
patient should pay me a visit, which would ;
give me an opportunity to examine the lungs'
and enable me to prescribe with much greater
certainty, and then the cure could be effected
without my seeing the patient again.
< i, \V. GRAHAM, M. D.,
Of&ee 1131 Filbert Street, (Old
No. 109,) below Twelfth,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
125 WITNESSES; £
THE FORGER CONVICTED! X
John V. Dye is the Author. g
Who has had 10 years experience as a Bauk-F"
or and Publisher, and Author of
A j/ rh. <>? Ledums nt Broadway Tabemacle }
when, for 10 successive nights, o\er ..
0.000 Pcople-%30 £
(Greeted him with Rounds of Applause,
while he exhibited the mauur in which
Counterfeiters execute their Frauds, and X
the Surest and Shortest Means of w
Detecting them
Tht Bunk Note Erxjravns all say that /,<•: u
th ■' Judy lof f'o/u, Money livinq. ~X
URLiTKST oir
THE PRESENT CENTURY FDR
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Describing every Genuine Bill iu Existence.•—
and Exhibiting at a glance every Couu-
terieit in Circulation !!
Arranged so admirably that REFERENCE T
is EASY, and 'r
DETECTION INSTANTANEOUS. £
Iter No index to examine! No pages to
hunt up! But so simplified and arranged, ,
that vlie Merchant, Banker and Business Z.
Man can see all ai a Glance. 0
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. £
Thus each raav read the same in his own It
X I rI YE TOXGI B. ~
Alost Perfect Ban/: Aok List Published, i.
ALL THE PRIVATE BANKERS IN AMERICA. -
A Complete Summary of the FINANCE
ECROPE & AMERICA will be published in each
editiou, together with all the IMPORTANT
NEWS OF THE DAY. Also
A SERIES OF TaLES f-
From an Old Manuscript found in the East. v
It furnishes the Most Complete History f
ol'Oriental laile,
describing the Most Perplexing Positions in
which the Ladies and Gentlemen of that f.
Country have been so often found. These
Stories will contiuue throughout the whole L
year, and will prove the Most Entertaining It
ever offered to the Public. •
IfisT' Furnished Weekly to Subscribers on- -
ly, at SI a year, All lcltecb mum be
dressed to
JOHN S. DYE, Broker, C
Publisher and Proprietor, 7U Wall Street. ~
New-York. 10:1 ly. C
NEW GOODS—A Large and Splendid As
sortment just reveivfcd at
10:1 OLMSTED'S.
FBOM
JOHN A. Rir>T>l7E,
At Merchants Hotel, North 4tli 4k M Pintado*
TO THE MERCHANTS OF THE WEST AND NORTH
WEST.
Philadelphia market wi np ea>iy
accessible, your attention is called to it,
us possessing facilities and advantages worthy
of your consideration.
Among its advantages may be enumerated
its location, having shorter lines of communi
cation to the interior, its proximity to the Iron
and Anthracite Coal districts of Pennsylvania,
the large and varied extent of its manufac
tures, being far in advance of any other city
in the United States, the moderate expenses
accessary lor cam ing ou business, etc., etc.
The market possesses unrivalled advanta
ges for the sale of many kinds of produce,
such as Flour. Wheat, Barley, Wool, Butler,
Cheese, Ac., while the charges made upou
sales and attendant expenses arc more moder
ate than neigboring seaboard markets.
WM. IF. PA UL, Wholesale BOOT, SHOE
and STRAW GOODS WAREHOUSE, So.
626 Market St.
WOLFE A KINO, Wholesale CLOTHING
HOUSE, No. 430 Market and 425 Merchant
Streets.
TAYLOR. GILLESPIE $" CO., WhoUsal*
GROCERS, No*. 11 and 13, South Water St
J. C. PRKELAND, with CLINK A CAR
ROL, Importers of WINKS. BRANDIES,
GINS. Ac.. No. 304 North 3d Striet.
T. MORRIS, PKROT A CO., Importers and
Wholesale Dealers in DRUGS. CHEMICALS
PAINTS, OILS. GLASS. DYE STUFFS. A#.,
No. 621 Market, out! 612 St. James Sts.
KEYSTONE STATE SA PON J PIER, or
CONCENTRATED LYE for making Soap.
Manufactured by the Penn. Salt Co., Tareu
tum. Alleghany county, Penn. Represented
by LEWIS, JAMES .y Co., Philadelphia. ,
HAAS Jj- TAYLOR. Importers and Caah
Jobbers. No. 305 Market Street. HOSIERY,
GLOVES, SHIRTS and DRAWERS, Gl'kl
BELTS. SHIRT BOSOMS, WHITE GOODS#
EMBROIDERIES, LACES, SUSPENDERS,
THREADS. COMBS, Jc., Ac.
BPNN. R Aid PEL j* CO.. Importer* of
BRITISH GOODS and Jobber# of FANCY
and STAPLE SILK GOODS, EMBROIDE
RIES, 4'c-) No. 37 N. Third street.
JAMES, KENT, SANTEE A CO., Import
ers and Jobbers of FOREIGN and DOMES
TIC DRY GOODS, No. 2 3'J and 241 North
3d Street, above Race.
BLABON A SMITH, OIL CLOTH MANU
FACTURERS and COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. Warehouse No. 146 N.3d 3k.
MO ORE. 11ESZEY A CO., Importers ami
Wbole.ale Dealers iu HARWAKE, eUTLK
RY and GUNS, 427 Market and 41C Com
merce streets.
SAM'L If. BIBIGBAUS, Import *r and
\\ holcsale Dealer in FOREIGN and DO
MESTIC HARDWARE, No. 258 North Id
street, below Vine.
MILL, CROSS CUT, CIRCULAR an!
11.-WD S I ICS iu any variety and style of
the celebrated IXL stamp, manufactured bv
WALTER CRESSON, Depot No. 5U3 Com
merce St.
HAMMERS, HATCHETS At , In great va
riety. manufactured by C. HAMMOND, De
pot No. 503 Commerce st. The attention
of the trade is called to these good 3 a* being
equal in quality and finish to any made.
JAMES BARBER, Wholosale Dealer in
CLOCKS. Agent for the PATENT EQUAL
IZING THIRTY DAY CLOCK, Manufactu
rer of GOLD PENS. S. fi. corner of 3d
and Chestnut sts.
PRATT A RPATH, Importers of WATCH
ES. JEWELRY and. FANCY GOODS, N.
W. corner sth and Market sts
FITHI VW JO.\ES A CO.,
Importers and Jobbers in
British & American Dry Q-oods,
215 Market, through to 2u4 Church Alley.
Mouths credit for approved Notes,
[10:I4r-3m.
American Safely-Paper Mann*
facluring l oiiipuuy of
\eu York.
C A PI TAL Br>oo,ooo.
V. NICHOLAS, President. Oliice 70 Wall-St.
A Perfect Security against all monntr of IV aud
by Counterfeiting on Paper.— To PrswitU
Photographs and Anastatic Caunif
/'(., Erasures, Transfers or Al
terations.
UAVING purchased the Patent for tho en
clusive right to manufacture aud sell the
new Chemical Paper iu America, invented and
pateuted in England by HKKKY GLYSX. adc
brated chemist aud otbeer in the British army,
it is hardly necessary to say that the Paper m
recommended by Mr. Kent. As say or of the P.
S. Mint. Mr. Lyman of the New York Clearing
House, uud Meade Brothers, extensive and
skilful photographers, 1 i 3 Broadway N. Y.
The latter say that no imitation can be mado
on a check or bank note printed on the Sufety
Paper. Below is our list of pries* :
Bank Checks, 35 cts. lb.
Bank Bills. $lB for 100U sheets. •
Bills of Exchange, $25 lor 1000 sbturtd.
Promissory Notes, 40 cts. tb.
Sight & Time Drafts. $25 for 1000 sheets.
Insurance Policies, 40 cts. tb.
Railroad Stocks A Bonds, 40 cts. P>.
Bank and State Stocks. 40 cts. 'jP Tb.
Bonds and Mortgages. 40 cts. Q>.
Wills and Deeds, 40 cts. I{4 lb.
For wrapping Silks and other fine arkclaa
it is excellent, as it prevents moths. 40 ota.
■~pl tb.
For Indentures and Agreements, 40 cU.
tb.
All State and County Records should always
be printed or written on this Paper, as the
chemicals inserted in the pulp not only pre
vent erasure or transfer, but make it lasting
as time.
For Southern Climates it is excellent, and
much superior to any other ; as the mouwisfw
of the climate does not destroy it, —the pwJ>-
erties inserted in the pulp being a preventive.
In nil the southern states, Cuba, the Wwt
Indies aud tho Central American States, DO
public records can be kept over 20 years, writ
ten on the ordinary paper, while the oils &ad
other chemicals inserted in this Paper makcM
it indestructible by the ravages of time. It is
also proof against moths, rats and other TC
miu. which feast ou aud destroy all other pa
per now iu use.
The Company have now in operation Mills
iu Morris County, N. J. of about 300 horse
pow • r. and are able to fill all orders for Paper
at the shortest notice.
All order-, for the Paper mutt be addres**d
to A. NICHOLAS. President of the Company,
No. 7o Wall Street. 10:10—3 mo.
SOME CLOTHING of Cheney's manufai-to**
on hand at E. K. SPENCRR 8,
10:3 I). W. * A|V