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Is this llfaininini4Oriihipina;:agE, it is
ore to find.a man place nsefuluesito
the public before his interest. During a
late Nisi i . - • the J. eitY ; - of .
srera presented by, a professional Jriend,
to the Celebrated ehccuist, br:.7. C. Ayer,
whose name is now perhaps; more fauiiliar
. 6 - o.er, at the bedside of aickness
is this comity.. Knowing the unprece
-dented popularity of . his medicines, and
the- immense -sale
,of them, we. had ex
ceed tolnd him a millionaire, and roll
. fug in, wealth. But &Led him in
his laboraiory, busy With his laborers,
imong the crucibles, alembics, and_ re
torts--giving his best personal care, to
the compounds, en the virtues of which
thousands hau. fur health. We learned,
that notwithst-inding his vast business,
And its prompt returns in cash, the Doc
tor is not rich. 1 , The reason .assigned is,
that the material is costly, and he persists
in making his - preparations so expensively,
,that the:nett profit is small.--..-Imerkan
eogil.ersport ?ice— OEOTeI - ft,
rcirreeted Weekly jar the Journal,
;h a irs in Pry:Goods, Groeeriee, flats Cape
floats 4 Slues, emeiwy, Fork, Rout,
Meal, Notions, ,te„
I[A,LI; STREET., COUDERSPORT, PA.
.CIOAS MAUL. Cia 100 lb s., -
Vi r ca.,
DZ%at SKIS, " " •
Mina lb., -
Ddigs APPLICS, " " •
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Vigrrz Bx.cfs, -
jiLani taut, " "
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C Ity •
"t) Dozen, -
H IY, '"-tq To; -
1163 f 1 Z Flltrll $.
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TAKEN - AN FACE,
In. 'Exch4nge for .Goools,
BORON:LAKER Lit JACKSON'S.
COUDERSPORT; NOV. 4TR. 1857.
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ram The haoklis now ready.' Copies will
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trice. Bills on all solvent banks taken at par.
The "//onie Journal," says of this work': ''\o
tale whatever should b 3 without it." For
1.11 particular.; in regard to agency, address ;
GEORGE W. ELLIOTT,
Publisher and Booksellers,
No. 17i: Williitn Street. New York.
rei7' All kiad.i.o . f School and Miscellaneous
Douits, 'Cheap Publicati.)n.i, StAtinnery and
Yips. furnished at the very lowest prices.—
IVIIEREAS the nom Robert G. White.
Y President Jndge, and the Hons. Joseph
tiann and 0. 0. Colvin, Assoc7:at?. Judge f 4 or
oar t , of Oyer Terndner and f=eneral Jail
Ddivery,gliarter Sessions of the Peace. Orph
sn; Court and Cohn of Common Pleas for the
Wunty of Potter; hate issued their precept,
taring date the fourth day of November. in
the •:!1•r of our Lord - one thousand eight hun
dre.; and, fifty-seven, and to me directed, for.
a,Court of Oyer and Terminer and.
General Jail Delh'ery, Qaarter Sessions of the
Peace, Orphans' Court; arid Court of Common
in the BorouF,ll of Coudersport. on NION
DAY, the 21st day of December next, and to
taatinue one Week.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor
curs, Justices Of, the Peace end Constables
within the connty'. that they be then and there
ie thoir proper persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of
mid day, with their rolls, records, inquisitions,
Examinations, - and other remembrances, to do
thma things which to their offices appertniu
to ce done. And those who are bound by
;eir recognizanq's to I prosecnte against the
prisoners that are'or shall be in the jail of said
cliusty of Potter. are to be then and there to
rrEsecute agninit them as - will be just.
D.Eted at COtDEXSPURT, November 4th, 1:57,
.; , ‘C te.a Fltt yoarJor the Independence of the
toted States of America.
TAeGg ART, tkerip:
TRIAL LIST . ;
DUOVits.Eft - TERM; 1657
Jae, W. Smith.
1 12 gham Estate, 0 Jacob B. Itsdbon.
Retell k Raskin,' AsaStevies, et at.
Manton &Morrinoals, (i Runnel & Clark:
/1. llatteson, PbjataS
t. Ar l e3R orth, R. 4inard.
rike Township, _ D. Chappell,
Vile:ton School,Pist, Julius Johnson,'
Isaac Pearce, fur taso " Frristlia
iamuel Baran; 4 3 A, X. Benton.
is and •
• Eli Rees. W ,
Velliaiss, " 1). 11. Dunbar.
Ira Lamphere, " L. R. Kinney,
Drown 1 brothers, • " S. P. Lyman,
Josiah Bump, '1 H. S: Carrier.
&W. Elliott, " Benj. Bane.
3 l'Clelland, use," Alm 'd Woodcock.
Gilbert t Nichols, " N. L Dike,
- Matthew " Temple _llll/6Ell°n'
George Fos gS. Ross, " Ma. uibbs.
Elam Cashing, O. Merrill,. •
14 I' . Carpenter, Richard Shay, jr.
,'u iL J. Flynn.
Pots " R. W. M'lntyre.
B. J. OLMSTED, Pro.h'y.
t 'vefettotary's Offices, rt-r: a, iasy.
If. T. 7001 g,
taqi 1161 eet. .
ldoticc.;fo School teitithers
The county - Superintendent 0f..r0t..44
Countymill be daces,
and at. the, titanshere,spe,eified, tOr the
purpose of examining - teSehers, viz:
ULYSSES,' 'Thursday?; -the 26th -of .
Noreiiiber next a ate 'sehool-hons . e in
HARRISON., Friday, Nor.; ,27th, at
the Curamingsz_schoolAwe.-,• . :
BINGE AM:•CENTE.E,:.Monday, Nor.
30th, at the school-htiuse.; l '
W..k 0 ' YILL ICi E, Wednesday,
Dec. 2d, Et the achool-honae..l
SHA.I.IOI, Thursday, Dec. £ d, at the
school-house pear the um 11 of the
iloneyoye. ; I
lihlll.oN, Friday . , Dec. 4th, at the.
Crandall 11111 school-!louse. I ' . •
ROULETTE,.Saturday Dec- sth, at
the' red school-honse near Mr.(Weiwer's.
PIKE,; Tuesday, Pee.' •8th, at the
school-louse near theuouth o r the West
COUDERSPORT,I Saturday, Dec. 12,
t the Academy:• . -
The examination *each oft - the abbve
plades is to commencelai 10 o'clock, - A.31.
It is expected that 411 the teachers will
make their arrangements to' be at one of .
these. places, whichever may 14 the most.'
convenient. Those, however, Who attend
the Teacher's Institute-duringlthe entire
session, will be examined and receive 'a
certificate (if civaiiiied)-hefore
Each Teacher is also requested-to fur
niSh a reading,book of the kind generallY
used ;• also a pen and ink, together with
at least two sheets of paper, as a portion
of the answers; in the . differentElbranches,
will be- required in Writing: - there
are increased ..faeilities for•Neaclies to
qualify themielves for the duties of their
calling, the time has come Tor ! more
thorough examinations. . I ,
The "Department of Common Schools"
has issued new forms for,eertitieates, both
" Provisional" and "Peinianetit;" the
State Superintendent. has also given in
struetion to - the County Superintendents
to re-examine those teachers now holding
Permanent certificates, and give
Permanent certificates to such as arc
worthy of thew, and Pre-visional certifi
cates to others; also to annul the Perma
nent certificates of those whq 4.10 Mot sub
, mit to - 2 re-examination- '
• 8 00
• 30 00
- 3 50
- 2 50
• 2 5.0
$ 7 e 8 00
These instructions will be confplied
with, and a higher standard of qualitiea
thin will be required herettfter:
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 Cain
mon School education, on: the evening of
the day of examination, if desired.! '
County Superintendent of Potter Countk.
Counitzseorrr, October" 17, 1857.
THE WINTER Tritir of Condersport
Academy, will commence on 1 1'uestla
the Ritti of December next, - to c.entinue
thirteen weeks. -Graiu — of all kinds will
be received. on tuition, at the marttet
prices, if promptly delivered; 'therefore
the tightness of money need prevent no
one from obtaining ati Education;
liUl3l. the premi , es . of the subscribt.r, one
mile north of Celesburg, ir, Alhasanrtwp.
Putter county, Pa., in 31.13'.1a5t , FOCR CAT
TLE. desetibed as Mows :
- A bright red Steer. good size, noputieular
in-rks remembered now. Also, a Heiftr of
A red and white spotted .Steer:. good siz . c.
one or both ears frozen, white hind feet, and
white :pot in forehead. .
A ligot red Steer, under size, one or both
ears frozen, and short
Any person bringing the cattle to me, or
informing me where I can obtain them. will
be suitably rewarded. . WM.IPEET. -
.Allegally, Oct. - 29, 1857.-30.1
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.PI.7RSUANCE of an order of the Or
phans. Court of the County of Potter,l:
shall expose to sale, at the CoUrt House in the
Borough of Coudersport Pa., on SATURDAY, :
the 21ST DAY OF NOVEMBER. A. D. 1857,'
at one o'clock, P. M., the following described
real estata, ,ituate in Sweden Township, Pot
ter County '
Bounded on the North h'y lands of S. Y.
Acker and unseated lands, on the East by
lauds of G. L. Catlin and lands of S. Y. Acker,
on the South by lauds of Jacob Herriogban,
and on the West by lands of S. Y. Acker and
unseated lauds; being lot No. 17 and Wist
part of lot No. 1G of the allotment of Bingham
hands in said township, and being part: 'of
Warrants Nos. l3oi, 1309, 2047 . and 2092 ; oa
w4ticli is erected one LOg, House and • one
'FrArne Barn, said lot containing about 133
acres, about '4O acres of which are improved,
with 50 Fruit Trees growing thereon:
JOEL HENDRICK, Administrator
of the Estate of Win. Lyon, deceased.
'Millard V. Re:sting, MY. 123,
Adolphus E. Eyrie I Sept. Term, 19::7, in
and -1 the Common Pleas
Jame 4 M. Wilcox, of Ptitter County.
versus Action- of Eject-
Leonard 31,-Kee. went for the follow
ing described lots of laud in said county, the
first containing two haddred and 1 - 11;y-seven
acre;, situate iu Entalia Town:hip, and bound
-6d as fallowz , : Beginning at •tile south-west
corner of the Tuttle lot, thence N. by west line
of said. lot 126 rods to north line of Warrant
No. 2129, thence west by said rne 62.9 rods
to N. J. MM. , ' east line, thence south 43
glees - west by Mlls' 1i1r..31 rods to center of
road, thence south 40.9 rods, thence weAt.
south hue 40 rod; to a corner, tirnea
south 179 rule, thence east 'lB5 rods to a po
in the west line of Milacron Nelson's lot;
thence north 49 rods, thence east 50 'rods to
warrant line, thence peril t;9.5 roll to Tut!.
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-4x acre', is bounded as follows : 11c- ,
ginning a post in the czst line of the Keat-.
ing:Lauds, being the north-'east corner of
lot surveyed to D. 13. Martin, thence north 200
rods, thence west 109 rods, thence South 200
rods, thence east 169 rods to the place of be
ginning; : being part of Warrant No, 2116, in
Sweden township, Potter county, Pa.
And now, to wit, September 2?.d, 1857, on
motion of John S. Mann, Esq., attorney for
Plaintiffs, the Court grant rule onlDefendant
to apricos and plead by third day of next
Term orjudgment b3-'defnult, and order the
publication of the rule according to the Act
of Asserably,-in 6ucla cases made and provided.
By the Court, 11. J.. 01.11SIEO,
Certified from the Record this . l9th day of
October, A. 11,1857.
rL s %Witness my hind and seal of office,
• 'int Condersport, the s.s.me day and year.
10a 3—tt. 11.4. OLMSTED,'Proth y.
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YATES COUNTY NURSERY.
- H. OLIN &' CO., of the , Tates County
V V is Nurseries, have for sale ft large' and
valuable rissortmeut of FRILTIT . TREES
of all • varieties . usually cultivated. These
Trees arc young and' of vigorous growth. The
'qualities are 'the most-choice known,- and are
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ORNAMENTAL - TREES ;and ,SHRTIBBERT,
fur fall delivery. • • - ' • •
se l y-Addreas orders to C. BEACH, Pen Tan,
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- . • ORLYTON.,U7IId.
rlruSei, Feb. ZB, 195',
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.. .t . ARE I TIOSIT/VELY, 1 _ -
CULLUM - F. -nu unazanioN, ,
- wawa Conveys', the remedies to th e eau; -I,
I 7 ties in the fungi through the airoassa
gee, and coming in direct contact with the 1
disease, neutralizes`the tubercular inegoi, al-
laYs the Cough, causes a frees and n aafi expee- I
Wittiest, heals the lungs, 'purifies ; the blood,
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving that toile and energy - so indispensable
for the restoration Of. health. To be able to
state confidently that Consumption is curable
by inhalation, is toMe a source of unalloyed
pleasure. hes as much under the control of
medical treatment, asl any other formidable
disease; ninety outg o every hundred \eases
can be cured in the fireeltages, and fifty per
cent. in the second ; I but in the third stage it
is impossible to save more than five per cent.,
for the Lungs are esti cutltii by the disease as
to bid defiance es Inielical skill. Essen, 'how
ever, in the last stages, In atlosda ex
traordinary relief- to the rering, attending
this fearful scourge which annually destroys
ninety-five, thousand peso s. in the hefted
States alone; and a correct i calculatioiashows
that of the present populalon of the earth,
eighty millions are lest i ne to fi ll the Von
sumptivies graves. i i -
Truly the quiver of death has no arrow so
fatal as Consumption Iu all ages it has been
the great enemy of hfe, f r it spare's neither
age nor sex, but sweeps if alike the brave,
th. beautiful, the gracefu and the gifted. By
the-help of that Supreme Being Ilona whom'
cometh every good and r i rfect gift, 1 am en
alibied to oiler to the a fflicted a permanent
and speedy cure in toninniptiou. Tfie first
cause of tubercles iS frdm impure blood, and
the immediate effect produced by their depo-'
sition in the lungs is to Prevent the free ad-I
mission of air into the ter cells, which causes - I
a weakened vitality through We entire system.
Then surely it is more rational to expect great
er good from medicines l entering the cavities
of the lungs than fiein those administered
through the stomach ;I the patient will always
find the lungs' free and the breathing easy; af
ter Inhaling remedies, ;Thus, Inhalation is a
local remedy, nevartheless it acts leonstitution
ally, and with more power and certaiuty than
remedies administered by the iitomace. To
prove the powerful and direct influence of this
this mode of administratio a, chloroform
inhaled will entirely destroy sensibility in a
few minutes, paralyz ng the entire nervous
system, so that a limb maybe amputated with
out the slightest pain sc Inhaling the ordinary
burning gas will destrluy life in a few hours.
The inualation of ammonia will rouse the
system when fainting Or 'apparently dead. The
odor of many of the medicines is perceptible
in the skin a few raintties after being inhaled,
and may be immediately i detected in the blood.
A convincing proof of the constitutionaleffec ts
of inhalation, is the fact that sickness is al
ways produced by breathing foul air—is, not
this positive esidence that-proper remedies,
carefully prepared and2ljudiciously adminis
tered through the lunge should produce the
happiest results? During eighteen years'
practice, many thousands suffering from dis
eases of the lungs and throat, have been - un
der my care, and I have effected ninny remark
able cures, even after the sufferers had been
pronounced in this last stages, which fully sat
isfies me that consumption is no longer a fatal
disease. My treatment of consumption is
original, and founded on long experience and
a thorough investigatiou. My perfect acquain
tance wins the nature of tubercles, dic., ena
bles me to distinguish, readily, the various
forms of disease !stet simulate consumption,
and apply the proper remedies, rarely being
mistaken even in a single case. This famir
iiirity, in connection with certain pathological
and microscopic discoveries, enables me to re
lies.° the lungs from the effects of coutraeted
chests, to enlirge the chest, purify the blood,
impart to it reueWed vitality, giving endrgy
and tone to the entire syjtem. -
Medicines with full. directions" sent to any
part of the United States!and Canadas by pa
tients commOnicating their symptoms by letter.
But the cure would be 'more certain if the
patient should pay met
visit, which would
give ma au oppoljtuulty t ) examine the lungs
and. enable me to prescriim with omen greater
certainty,,and . them the c'lre could be effected
without my seeing the patieut again.
G., W. GRAHJAJ'L M. D.,
Office 1131 Filbert Street, (Old
No. 1090 Belo -Twelfth,
PIIII I I ADELYIIIA. TA.
. 25 W . 1.1'17 N ot, SSES.; 1'
TILE , FOR ER - , 0 NVIOTED ! —I :X
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Who has had 10 yearavxp rionce as a Bank-s.
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A scrim of Leeldres at Broadway Tabernacle, I
• • when, for 10 SucceSsire nights, over m
x`50,000 Peo ple 0
at - • " 1
Gritted himwithßliuuds of Applause, • -7
while he• exhibited the Manner in which-,
Counterfeiters execute t eir Frauds, and
the Surest and Short st Means of - ...l .7.`;
The Rank Note Engravers 'all say that 'he is o
' the greatest Judge of l'ai* Money living. .e..,
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NEWS OF THE DAY. Also_
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From an Old Manuscript fOund it the East. 8
It furnishes the Most Complete History.
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describing the Most .Perplo mgeditions in
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Publisher and Proprieto
N" 000,Ets—k Litro
• eatimentjust retidred
: 1 FAOat
At lifaminutts Ilotel i ;forth ;PixtLaft.,
TO THE MERCHANTS - OF THE WEST MID !NORTH.
WEST. I '
PaADELPECIA ,MARKET belig cunt
rlessible, your attention. is caned to lt, .
as possessing facilities and' sdVantsgeamtuthy
of your consideration.'
Amongits 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 manatee..
tures, ,being far In advance of any other city
in the _United States, the moderate expenses
necessary for carrying on business, etc., etc.
The market possesses unrivalled itdvante., •
ges for the sale of many kinds of produce, -.
such as Flour, Wheat, Barley; Wool, Butter, -
Cheese, .Ic., while the . charges . Made, nfitoil
sales and attendant exreuees are more =oder.
ate than neigboring seaboard markets.
ir.v. TV P 4 CL, Wholesale !BOOT; SHOE..
aid STRAW GOODS WAREHOUSE, No.
6:IC Market . St. • .
WOLFE 4- KING ; Wholesale' CLOTHING
HOUSE, No. 430 Market and 425.1 Merchant .
YLOL', GILLESPIE 4- Wholesal
GROCERS, Nos. 11 and 13, South WaterSe
J. C. FREELAND, with CLLVE CAE! :
ROL, Importers of WINES, 'BRANDIES,
GINS, i tc., No. 304 North 3d IStre.ot.i. • 11,
7'. MORRIS, PEROT 6- - CO., Importra and
Wholesale Dealers in DRUGS, CHEMICALS -
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, DYE STUFFS.,
No. 621 Ma'rket, and 612 St.-James Sts. •
KEYSTONE 'STATE SAPONIFIER, or
CONCENTRATED LYE for 'making 'Soap. •
Manufactured by the Penn. Salt Co., Urea
tum, Allegheuy.couhty, Penn. Represented
by LEWIS, JAM - ES 4- Co., Philadelphia. -
HAAS 4- TAYLOR, Importers and. Cash
Jobbers, No. 305 Market Street, HOSIERY,
CLO VES, SHIRTS and DRAWERS,. GUI/
BELTS, SHIRT BOSOMS. WHITE GOODS,
EIII3ROIDERIF.S, LACES, SUSPENDERS, •
THREADS, C 0511.35,
BUN2' RAIGUEL 6^ CO., Importers of
BRITISH GOODS and Jobbers of FANCY
and STAPLE SILK GOODS, .EMBROLDR
RIES, iSc., No. 37 N. Third street.
JAXES,'KENT, SANTEE 4- CO., Impoit
ers and Jobbers of FOREIGN and DOUR&
Tlc DRY GOODS, No. 239 and 241 North
3d Street, above Race. 1
BLABON 6- SMITH, OIL' CLOTH MANU
FACTURERS and CO,AIMISSION
CH!LNTS. -Warehouse No: 146 N.3d
MOORE, HENZEY 4- co., -:lmporters' and
Wholesale Dealers in LIAR WARE, CUTLE
RY and GUNS, 427 Market and 416 Com
merce streets. .
SAM'L' H. BIBIGHAUS, ImPort9r • and
Wholesale Dealer 'in FOREIGN and DO
- • MESTIC HARDWARE, No. - 258 North ad
street, below Vine. .
MILL, CROSS CUT,: CIRCULAR' ' an.
HAND SAWS in any varietyiind style' if
the celebrated IXL stainp, manufaiitured ly
WALTER CRESSON, ,Depot No. 503 Com
HAMMERS, HATCHETS in great
riety, manufactured_hY C. HAMMOND, Di.
,! pot N0.;503- Commerce at. The attention.
of the trade is called to these . gooddas being .
equal in quality and' finish to any made.
JAMES 'BARBER, Wholesale Dealer ii i
' CLOCKS, Agent for the PATENT EQUAL
IZLNG THIRTY DAY CLOCK, Manufaeta
ler of GOLD PENS. 9.1 E. corner
and Chestnut sts. ' •
PRATT 4- REATH,- Importers • of WATaI
ES, JEWELRY and FANCY . GOODS r N.
W, corner sth and Market eta*
FITSIIAN, JONES CO.,
Importers and Jobbers in
British.& American D. 4-7 Goode,
215 Market, through to 204 Church
AW-6 Months credit for approreikNoteii
American Safety-Papet Manu
facturing Company of •
A. NICHOLAS, President. Ode° 7 - 0 Wall-Bt.
A Perfect Security against all manner of &m 4
by Counterfeiting on.; Paper: T .-To Prevent
Photo s qraptic and Anastat& Countitr
.Srafvree, Trangers or Al
purchased the Patent for the ex:.
elusive right to manufacture and mill the
new Chemical Paper in America, invented and
patented in England by HEN . R Y (trim a cele
brated chemist and officer in the British army,
it is hardly necessary to say that the Paper is
recommended by Mr. Kent, Assayer.of the V.
S. Mint, Mr. Lyman of the NowlYork Clearing
House and Meade Brothers, extensive and
skilful photographers, 233 Broadway .
. N. T.
The latter say that no imitation can be made
Mt a check or bank note printed onithe Wort
Paper. Delow is our list of priCei:
Bank Checks, 35 eta. • •
Bank Bills, $lB for 1000 sheets:
Bills of Exchange, $25 for 100 sheets. -
Promissory Notes, 40 eta. 111 Ibt- .
Sight & rime Drafts, $25 for 1000 sheets'.
lusurance Policies, 40 cts. 11 lb. ,
Railroad Stocks & Bonds, 40 cts. VI lb.
Bank and State Stock; 40 eta. 11 lb.
Bonds and Mortgages, 40 cts. lb. :
Wills and Deeds, 40 cts. lb..
For wrapping Silks and other .flu actledau
it is excellent, us it prevents moths. 40 ate.
'tl lb. '
For Isdentures; and Agreements, 40 - ete. V
All State and County Records should always
-be printed or IF:Wen:on this Faper, -as the
chemicals inserted in the• pulp not- only tre..
vent erasure or transfer; bnt 'make - it lattssig
as time. '
For Southern Climates it is eiesalent, and
much superior to any.other; astlle moistness
of the climate does not, destroy it,4 7 the prop
erties inserted in the pulp being si'llieventirc'
In all . the southern stater, Cuba, tha 'Coat
Indies and the !thee Central American-:States, DO
public records can .be kept over 20,14 am-wri—
tten on the Crdinary paper, whilellis oils an t
'other chemicals inserted in . Shit'', railer makes
it indestructible by thei raraies of time., Zia
also proof apinst moths, rate and' Other Vef•
min; which; feast on -and_destroy an other pa
per now in use. • ,
The Company have ram in operation Willa
County, N. J. of about, - 300 horse
power, and r ate able to ordent for rnpar
at the shortest notice.
0 Wall Straet,4
All orilUrs for this'Paper roust he addressed
to A. !NICHOLAS,' President of the Compiny,
lie. 70. wau - streit. -
Q.031E1 Cl.oTriaiio of Ctotiey's niarmtkcisry
liair'! at E.
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