The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, December 03, 1857, Image 4

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*AANO*. HELOBEONS & NUSIC.
r ill- < ASH SYSTEM ADOPT! D.
Prices Greatly Hecluce.cJ,
HOiUCrtATERS,
„\u. ijoo Bi'OaJwcti/, +\. 1
AGENT Fuß TIIH UK3T BOSTON o. N. V.
luslrunicui;}.
THE Large-I Assortment of Pianos. Mc-lo
da-tu<, Musical Instruments, and Music.ill
kfbrc!'uindi*e of u!l ij.ifii.ls, it) the United grates.:
!pi:uios from fen ditl'crent Manufactories, com
prising the- e of every variety 61 style, from
£he plain, ueat and substantial octaves, in
'Walnut or Rosewood Cases.from $ 150 to S2OO,
to those of tli.• most elegant fiais'i up to One
Thousand Dollars. No house iu the Union :
can compjßP with the above in I lie number,
variety and celebrity of its instruments, nor
in the Extremely low nrices at which they are
sold.
" HORACE WATERS' MODERN; IMPROVED:
pi VN'Ori, with or without Iron Frames, pos
sessing iu their improvements cf uvtr-siri!ig>
Dud action, a length of scale and compass ol
p'Qv equal to the Grand Piano, united wit > :
the beauty and durability of structure of tin
{Square Piano. They are justly pronounced t>y
the Press and by the tii.-t .Musical Masters, to
be equal tc those of any ether lr.anut.icturor.
ii'ney are built of the best ami most thorough
ly eoHSOucd material. a d guaranteed to stanu
the action of every climate. Each Instrument ■
guaranteed to give saiifaction, or putjiuase
zuoiey refunded.
££.'o>D-ILAND PIANOS, jit great bar-,
Z*tu4, in s.ure, —price from S3O to
$ 140.
HORACE WATERS' MELODEOVS.—Su
perior instruments in touch and durability i :
Snake. (Tuned the equal temperanient.) M<--
lodeoio of all other styles and makes. Pro 1
$45. S4O, Si7s, sloo* 5125. $ l-lO—double
Reeds au4 twu banks of Keys, s2ou —lc-s .
liberal discount. Clergymen and Churches,
nn extra discount.
' MARTIN'S GUITARS,
BituWN'S 11ARPS,
ELITES,
FLUTINAS,
ACCORD EON'S,
VIOLINS,
4kd Musical Instruments of nil kinds, at lower ,
prints than ever before cffcreij to the public.'
A large discount to Teachers and Schools, j
The trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
HI sic:.—o ae of th" largest and bc-u >c
| ,-c e;l catalogues of Music ROW publßhcd,
Comprising many of the choice and most pop- ,
liiar airs of the day, arid will be sold at one
third otf from the regular prices.
Music sent by mail to a"! parts of the cou:i- ,
try, post-paid. Particular and per on; 1 atcen- <
tion paid to ail orders received by mail. .Sat
isfaction guaranteed in every instance, i'ian.
and Slelodeous foi rent and rut allowed on
puacliase. Pianos and .Me! '.loons fur sHe oti •
monthly paymen's. Second-hand Pianos ta
kni in excham/e for ecu. Genus i and 'eci
Catalogues anu Seheduie of pin-es forwarded
to all parts of the country by niail.
£gy-Great inducements offered to AQEXT.N
in ail parts of t country, to sejl tin; Home
Waters' Pianos, Mciodeons, and Catalog tie ol
Music. t?:LG.
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COURT PROCLAMATION.
liniEPEAN the Hon. Robert (1. While
f ▼ President Judge and the Hon>. Joseph
Mann and G. G. Colin, Associate Judges {,.
{he our t- of Gver A Terminer and General Jaii
Delivery. Quarter beisious of the Peace. Grph- ' '
ns' Court and Court of L'cmmoq Pleas for the
County of Potter, have issued their precept. '
bearing date the fourth day of November, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight ban- :
dred and fifty-seven, and to rue dimrtcd, for .
holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery, Quarter Session* of the
Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court of Common
Pleas, in the Borough of Couderspori. on MUN
t)AY. the 21st day of December next, and to ,
continue one week.
Notice is therefore hereby given to ihe Cor
pners, Justices of the Peace and CVnst '.ides
within the county, that they be then and there
jc their proper persons, at Ito tl ck A. M. c:
paid day, with their roils, record-, iuqu sitious.
examinations, and other remembrance to <L
those things which to their olfi. es appertain
to be done. And those who are bound by
their recognisances t- prosecute against the!
prisoners that are or shall be in ihe j id of said
county of Potter, arc to b then and there to
prosecute against theni as v,ill h i just.
Dated at Cui'OEH.-rour, November uh, 1357.
and thj Plstveir o tb: I ldcpendeuce of the
United (States of America.
A. C. TAGGART. Shari?'.
TRIAL, LIS T,
DECEoIBEK TERM, ItM.
( C. W. Eilis
ijfetUr County, tar a and
(_ Ja*, W. Nrr.ith. !
Bingham Estate, ,4 Jacob B. Red on.
Russell k Raskin, 44 Asft St;vf-ijs, <t •
Munson jc Mcrriman, '• Bur.ni 1j; C.ark.
M. Matteson, " Phincas Godwin.
C. Aylesworth, " N* IJ.1 J . Minard.
Pike Township, " D. J. Chanpcll.
Wharton School Dist. " Julius Jolu-:3on.
Isaac Pt-arce. for uae 41 Frrnklin G He.
Samuel Haven, '• A. M. B nton.
( N. V. Jackson
W T Jouoa, 44 / and
( Eli lUes.
A. W. William, 44 D. H. nunbnr.
Ira Lamphere, 44 L. I{. Kinney,
Brown <fc Brothers, 41 8. P. Lyman.
Josiah Bump, 44 11. L. Currier.
E. AW. Eiliott, 44 Ik-nj. B trss.
W. G. M'Clelland, use, 44 Aim d W.>. dcock.
Gilbert jc Nichols, 44 N. L. l):k".
Matthew'Wilkinson, 4 " Temple Wiikinion. I
George Fox ,t S. Ross, 44 Asa B. Gibbs.
Bosea Cashing, 44 O. M.-rriil,
E. M. Carpenter, 44 Richard SIIXT, jr.
G. R. Vosbifg. 44 M. J. Eivnn.
SSobieski Rose, 14 11. "W. M Liirre.
H J. QLMSTKD, Pro.hy.
|*roth®notsiry'B Office, NOT. .", 183F
YATES COUNTY NURSERY. ~ j
"MM/" H. OLIN A CO., of the Yates County;
▼ ▼ f Nurseries, have f>r sale a large and:
valuable assortment of |"IU IT H'SiS7JUL
of all varieties usually cultivated. These
Trees are young and of vigorous growth. Th*
qualities arc the rqost choice known, and a.a
warranted OESCINB. Also, a fine -tock ofi
ORNAMENTAL TREES and SHRUBBERY |
for fall delivery.
orders toC. REACH. Pen Yan. i
Yauts Co., N. Y. Orders left with UOB'T. W.;
RILES, Coudersport, Pa., will be promptly ,
filled. . 10:2-0rv.
IEWISVILLE STEAM SRiSI" MILL |
NE W ARRANGE EN T.
undersigned haiii.g bought out a!!'
JL former owners of the Lewisviik $ to.ton
Grist Mill are now prepared to do all manner
of grinding, as they believe, to the satisfac
tion of their customers. Come and sec.
0 A. LEWIS,
CRAA'TUK LEWIS. ,
Feb. 2*. IPS" -9-3 P.
ISfi' *A xtap articles iu b<- Ehmg line for
Md* >af K. K S
American Safcfy-Pnper Manw*
fticiuriug t otapauy of
A'\v York.
C A PIT AL 85 00,000.
A. NICIiGLAS, President. Oil ice 7u Wail-St. i
j .4 I'i-rffct Security agonist < 'I viamu-r of Fraud
by Counterfr!}uj an pufer —To Prevent
l'fiotoyrai' : i.' and Anastatic Counleiv
feits, Lrnsures, Transfers or AC
erations.
5 3 VYING purchased the Patent for ;KE C\r
13- elusive r.g it t ; m.tuxil'uct .re ami t. ii the
uc-.\ Ghemical Paper in Amci i.a. invented una
pate,lied in England by HK.NUV GI.VN.N, :I ccie- •
bratvd chemi -t and Oiliccr in the British army,
it is hardly lice* .-.- ;ry to say that the Paper i,
recommended by Mr. Ke >t. A-suyer ot the U.|
S. Mint, Mi. Lyman of l ;, e New York Clearing
House, and Aleuue Brothel.-, VE una ,
! skilful phatog! aphers. 2'S.i Ri oadw yv N. \ .
■ fhe L'TUt say fhat no iiuiiatiuu euii be maul
'on a check or bank no:e piiutcd ou the Ssalety
Paper. Below is our list o! prices: |
Bank Checks, 35 cts. j-. lt>.
Bank B.lts. $iS ior I Odd sheets.
Bills of Exchange, *25 lor 1 000 sheets.
Protaissorv Notes, 40 cts. <J ib.
Sight a Time Drafts. $25 for IUOO sheets,
insurance Policies. 4 • cts. p* lb.
Railroad Stocks & R <:i s. > cl-r ,* ib.
Bark ami Stall Stocks, 40 cts. ft b.
Bo ds and Mortgages, 20 ci-. {W B).
' Wills and Deed.-. 40 cts, V_lb t
For wrapping Silks and other fine articles
tis excellent, as it prevents lnoihs. 40 cts.
• pt ib.
For Indentures and Agreements, 40 cts. f
• ib.
All State and County Records - iioeU .m* -y >
ijc urintrd or vviitten on 1 hi- Paper, as tne
:he,nicals inserteu iu 'he not on 1,, pre
' vent erasure or tr.ui.sier. litii maae ii lasting
; u time.
For Southern Climates it is excellent, and
much si,peii rlo al, j other ; us :ne mois: .
it ihe climate does not de \ it. —ihe prop
i -.rties inseitcd in the pulp being a preventive.
!j ii all ihe 6&Uib*FD si'tes, t :ba, tllO est
' i; dies eud the i.'culral Americ ui States, no
, oubuc records can he kipt uv r 2oy ears, vvrii
! :en on tl.e rrdiuaiy paper, while the oils and
>tl<*r clit-uiicals inserted in tuts i'ajicr makes
t indestructible by the ravages of time. It ii
Hso proof against ~piths, vats and otkar ver
min. which feast on and destroy all other p:i
pci now in use.
The Comneuy have now in ojterntion Mills
in Morris Cruigty, N. J. of about 300 huraS
jiuwtr. and uve able to till all otders for paper
at the short' st notice.
All orb rs for ihe Paper must he addressed
0 A. NICHOLAS, Pre. ideal oi the Cofwpr.ny,
No. 70 Wail Street. 10:10—3tno.
m HEW ¥OAK miBUNE.
A857-8,
TRIBUNE was lir.-t issued as n Daily
jL on th lOtii of April, 1341. Its Weekly
eu.tiou wa> commenced in Si pi ember of the
same year; its Semi-Weekly in May, 1345. It
was t e first daily in America to i no a
double or eight-page sheet at a low pries, and
u hap kept ill least evet) v. ;tl) t.ie i'opemobt 01
As {avals i.i the rapid eip.iu-:oa oi Ncvv-p per
euterpri/.e, which the j.tca- cxieiisiou ot Rail
roads. ai d tic; establishment oi the Telegraph '
.•\-t-or ha w cio\u.ai iato theae last sixteen
eventful years. N > larger journal is .*. : iorded
at so iowa price in any qu; i ter of tne world :
none iu America, i;o mauer at what juice in
sued. pays .'ii equal amount , weekly or la-uitii
iy. for iutelleeiti;'-! l ihor. It employs corres
pondents leg ii. riy iu the leading enpitais of •
Europe, ami at Uc imist ii.iportnt pomis on
this cuutiuviil, with A liberal .staif of writers
and reporters at lione, rejjarilitig full, early
and aci urai" iiifonuetio.: ,o t.he first objci t ot
a Ney,.- paper, aud the tiuieiv and >ugh
elucidation theieci' as ihe can I < n 1 of its Edi
torials. In that spiiit, Till. TiLBUNE has
b'en aud will be eoaducted i xtending and
peiiYciiug :is c uvc-poiids.n -e so fast i s the
merca-n of its palionage w 1.1 justify the ex
pense. should the eut r *ut aiteiupt to connect
me Old a.tli tiit N.w Yforivi in tiie inauuetio
ire prove succe. sfui, we si. til very soou, xt a
iiciv cost tooour.eves, and, we Iru-t, a eor
.aspniidiug rolvaniage to >e,i readers, publ.sh
eaiii mo:i...ig a vu oj'SiS o. tne preceding
vi v s oc< mrrcaccs tlitoi i... •. I*.. ■•. S m
era Africa, and Western Asia, vv .in regular
leports (d the markets, the uiouc try aspeet.-
aad ii.o i e.-t j r.i pecis of liithcr Europe. \\'i,h
a gui i all s beside him, and hi- d.d\ paper
oi, h .s tircide t. o!e, tne A ne i ■: n farmer or
art sin within a d y s rio of the city in y
lion study each evening the doing- ol ,!;e
.Vil.i, u world throughout t!ie d ly [uecediiig;
ind it seems tiurdly pos-ible that itte, man
e*i > can r ad, but espcciaily one who ba
; ci.'iitlren to educate will longer deny himseii
! lue pleasme and profit of a daily journal
fiie r s,uc is true iueasur.:biy of fho e who
1.1 e furuier initiml; th nigh, where mails are '
inlVequcnt, a JSoiui-Weekly, or evtu a Yv'cekiy
paper, may :-:;:i sufiieieiit.
i HE TRIBUNE dials with questions cf Po
litical E.ouoiuy, Public Policy, Ethics, Mate
ria Progress, anil whatever may affect the Li
: teilcvtual, Moral, (Social and Puysieal well
; I'Ciiig oi iiiankiud. dogmatic Theology alone
•.xcepted. Its leading idea is the honoring cf
io:ie.-t. useful work in whatever sphere or'
capacity, and the consequent civ v.it ion of the
L iboriag C lass in knowledge, viilue and yu ■
i oral esteem. It is uee; ssiV'iy hostile to
; .Slavery under ail its aspects, to late tune ran •:
; .i, whatever form or degree vvilh its acces-o- ,
rivto W •.r, s ive in the ur f* cse of t'ourlry .
J and Liberty against acru.'l invasio.q and to
. V-. ry tor.,, f G-mbti.-g. Dc. ; ring to see.
; P.'oduetiua extended ami encouraged, while)
j wild Spec.t!at:.u and u-e'e s frame r.ro ear- i
j tailed, ii iavors the pol;ey (; sgsiaming and j
| d.v. rsitying llotn/ Indus ry by .< di'-serpujua
; ting Tiriti'—a policy which tends to increase
jdm price of Gr Hi: to the farmer nile diuiin-;
! isliing Hint of Bread to the art is ni. by i -du- \
ci ig tbe d stance across which tht-ir respective i
products are exchanged, and, of course, red a- \
;ci r.g tiic cost of their transfer, Regarding
t Filibusterism in all it- plmses, and everv form
j and device of National covetous?,cas. with un
i qur.iilied abhorrence, as the haue of R .-publics |
-and in their triumph the graves of Equal
Human Kiguts; we seek by every means to,
woo and win the attention of our oountrvmen
' from projects of aggrandizement abroad toon
j lerpnzes of deveiqiaiont aud beaeficenoe at
j UOJUC, foremost amoag which we rank a Rail- :
; road taro igh the heart of our territory to con- |
, noct the waiers of the Atlantic with those ol j
; Hie Pacific. Relieving that the £iods oi' thi
.if.' arc no, yet fairly distributed, aud that n
one ready to work should ever iiimi-b in un
willing idinaes , it LEAD- an OJJCD ear to every
1 sugges imi olHSqci H iinpr-oveuiont which docs
j aoicou itcrvuiltiie diet it- s of eternal MoraJitv
j nor w..i upon that natural right of evc-ry one
, to v tmvso ver he Las fairly produced or lion
■ eitly acquired, whoso denial must sink man-.
xiiHi into the chaos and night of barbarism ■
I and quiversul -quaior. With a profound con- '
i .ciyiisness that idlers, drunkards, libertines
jand i'lf-digales ran i ever be other ;iu tb'
main; than needy and wretched, it bears alof, l
I the groat truth that Prevention is better thai !
' Punisnmect—that tln> chjiu tvalued uq. la tlu ;
-"ay be houl ft, will nreh i M -p;,-
■■ ■- ' -• ■ '*• " ' ■
: desert that wav lor the thorny paths of Vice i
S and (.'rime—that a true Education —Religious
| Moral and Industrial as well as Intellectual-- j
, js the most elective temporal antidote to the I
errors and woes ol our race. Recognizing in
the most degraded specimen t Humanity j
divine spark which should he result titlx I
; c herished, not ruthlessly trodden out, we hav I
! e.haritv for alt forms oi evil but those which i
i seek persoual advantage through the dchase- (
! ment of oar fellow-being*. The champion *'l
i 110 class c;r caste, the devotee ol no sect, we j
• woui'i fa in he the Til* rprcr f" Gicb utlic ol j
general oouc-ord betwtcu Lub>r a.id Ctp:tulf|
7:id among those whom c ivuniMaiucs ol'mis- j
, apprehension have thii)vn into uunatur d au
lagoiii.-m. A coteuijH i < vcm a < hservi d that
he never knew u Imrd. gnu-ping, inggiidK i
; employer, who did not hate IHE 1 KlUl NE•
1 nor n generous, large uouh'd, kindly one. w ill- i
: iug tolive apd let live, who did not like it.
We ask no higher nr.we •, no warmer attesta
. lion.
rite circulation of 1 Hi - - TRiIH SE i* at tiiis
h>me us Pillow- : Daily <{' i dfdO co j; s: I
'W i i |i. I'iti.MlO •: tfutni-Wefkly, |
SG.OGtt cum. * : Culilt-rniu and European. ,
copies: Tot. 1 "AGO.MR O opks.
That of the VVe ' !\ and \V\ vkh wc he-'
lieve to he exceeded by no other newspap i
{published in the world; that of the Daily i
hi Us behind that of some of oi r eotempora
t'ies, liail our hostility to Human Slavery j
ami the Li pior Trallic been more guarded and
polLtic, our Daily issues would now ho some
Jioiis.'.ii is heavier and our Advertising far
' more lucrative ; lnit of our patronage gener
itUj we !iav<? reason. no viMi to complain. •
Oflaie, a r uict rted eifurt 11.13 hern : ;ade to ,
dimiiTuh our . ural c ircnla;ioa tlirougli tho in
llaence oftiie Postmasters some of whom em
nark in i eagerly, others uud; r pM'tLal con
straint : while a large number, we tut happy
ior the sake of Human Mature to state, refuse
to be dragooned into it at ajh Still, we have
been made to feel the heavy baud of rower,
and have doubtless lost thousands of subscri
bers inconsequence. I'rc exts to which n • in
dividual iu his private capacity* would have
stooped have beep relied on to justify the
stoppage of our papers within reach of their
subscriber* and rightful ow acrs. and their re
tention in the Rest-office till their value war
destroyed. Postmasters have been schooled
by rival journals—several of thern living on
tiieir • df-prorhiimed ability lo serve as an
antidote to THE TRIBUNE—as to their po
litical duty to promote at our expense the
dissemination of gazettes of adverse politics.
Wc shall outlive This war 'are, but wc do not
ahcct indifference to it. Ia the open he'd of
discussion we l\ar nothing: but i:i flic teas
of thousands of rural neighborhoods where
Me 1' n tiiust.ee can induce many of his quiet
neighbors to t ike the journal lie recommends,
we have already lost sumo patrons, aud ex
pect to loS'.- more us our suhserijHumg lor this
year expire. Wc appeal, therefore, to the'
heart v. faithful, fearless advocates oi Tree
Labor and ii'O Soil throeghoigt the land to
take care that this official warfare on our cir
culation be not prosecuted without counter- !
action. Vfe employ i:0 traveling agent,.-, for
we will not consent to have the public liar- j
assed vvi'h the soiicitath us ol strangers in ;
our behalf. We strike tlie name of each sub
scriber to our Weekly or Semi"Weekly* from
our Looks o oon as Ijis term has expired, for;
we v.*iil uut caunt our patrops with duns tor
oirroars which they :,iuy say they never in
tended to incur, for papers which perhaps
they never read: we rely fur the renewal ot :
our club subscriptions solely on the volun
teered efforts of those who, liking our paper. '
be I eve its iuiluencc salu aryai;.! worthy to he
extended ; and thus lar our reliance has been
justilied, us we trust it may continue to be,
THE TIiIHUME is> printed op a large im
perial sheet, 32A by 44 inches, folded in
quai-.p form, and mailed to subscriber;* at tUc
following
TERMS:
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SK " f-WERKI.Y TillßtfN* .
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Tea to one year ... 1J 00 I
Twenty Copies, to one <t(T<ifrets, and any*
larger number at the rate of SI per
annum ..... 20 00
Twenty (h pies, to tiu> y . of te.h -ntb
zcri'n'r, and any larger number at the
rate of Si 20, eac-h ... 24 00'
Any perse. 1 s ui ting us a Club of twenty or
mora wilt be ent ; :lc-l to an ex ra copy.
Sahserip.t'oiis may commence at any* time.!
Term * aiw 1 ; s casii in advance. All letters to j
be addi'es.-cd to
UimCE GDEELEV & Co.,
• ribuae liiiiMiugs,
y<j. If,! NT- u street. Mew \'ork. \
"S*.V \ oK, Is',*.7.
PU D VISION ISTOiiE. |
E. K. 5r£rvTCE?H
OfTers (a rent I nducemprit?
TO BUYERS OF
£ < ROUERiES, I'iiD VISIONS Ac., at)
x R the store formerly o< -upied by D. W.
Sl'liXCMit, on dii Street, Mortii side of I'ubiic
Square.
GIIOC FRIES.
A good assortuieni ccu-.aiUly on hand, from
which I will cuuiaei'a.e a Aw of the loading'
a Ml; les, .-it mi as
Sugar, .Mu-'ard, Candy,
Coder, Cinnaiu u, Muis
Molasses, Hopper Sauce, Crackers,
j Syrups, Cat un, Soap
He.ppw, Ye.-.-i, Candles,
Spice, b'.iis, Shot,
J. Ciugcr, Tobacco, Lead,
i C loves. Sou:;, '*(j. Caps,
Curb. Sod i. Sugars, C.Tartar,
1 and many other things too numerous to men
tion, vydi be touud ia this dep;ii*tuw:it, which
vvill be sold at a tithing advance from cost.
I tor readv pay
* PROVISIONS
) Constantly ou lmud, such as
PORK. HAMS, SiLiULDEitS, FISH. SALT. I
BU i'TEIi. CHEESE. LAJiD. BEANS, j
OATS, FLOCK, CORN MEAL,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, DRIED
APFLES, DRIED I'LF.MS,
inrl many other articles in the line of Provi
; sious not necessary to mention. Also,
WOODKN VVAIIE,
! such as Brooms Wash-Tub- and Boards, Mops. |
; Dinner Boxes, Ac., which will be sold low fori
I cash or ready nay. Oats, Potatoes, Butter, t
! Egg*. Cheese, and in fact almost everything a j
1 -Rimer raises, will be taken in exchange fori
; Goods, at their cash value. I invite the at-j
! toiition of Villagers. Farmers and Lumbermen
I who desire to make purchases in the above S
articles, and solicit them to call before pur- j
i chasing elsewhere. F.. K. SPENCER,
j Coudorsport, Jaae 9. ISfT.— JO:2.
j CLU'TIiING otf Cheney's manufaf tm j
io onhsa'at E K Sj'EhCFR'S,
HS P. W. Ag*
Of all diaea-e : the great, tirst cause
Springs from uegiect of Nature's luvvs.
I SUFFER -NOT!
W ben a I tllE is guaranteed
IN ALL STAGES OF
& IDC II JET DISEASES,
Mf-Abum. Xtrvou* ihLxU-y, £>!nc(urea, (ii*et*,
it rot el, JJu :Le(e*, L'tseuscs of ike Ki<lhcit* and
lit udder, Men/trial h'/ifurnaiitm, Scrofuld,
I'a tut in the llonef and Ah kin. I'uea.tfi oj the
{ /.wo/*, Throat, A o4£ and Kyts, Lleers ujavn the
I tody or luiuOt, Cancers, 1! ropey, Epileptic 1 'its,
X'i. I tni 's JJiiitce, and all diseases arising from
a dernyturiil oj the Hexuu! Organs,
SUCH a> N'eivnus 'l'ri mbiiug. 1.0.-s of Mem
ory. Loss of Power, General Weakness.
Dimness ot Vision with peculiar spots appear
ing before the eyes. i.o-s of Sight, Wakeful
ness. Drspepsia, Liver Disc .-e. Eruptions upon
the lace. Pain in the L. * 1 head, female
u reguiai lt:c. r.iul ail iiapropi discluirges from
i both sexes. It matui . m what cap.-c
the disea-e orieinated. how-v : o g standing
,or obstinate the ease, recov,,* eartu* and iu
a shorti r time lliuna permit..ig cure can e!-
' reeled by any other treatment, o'.en altet tlie
disease lias Rallied the .skill ot eminent ptiy.-i
--ei.uis and resisted ail their means of cure. The
medicines are pleasant without odor, causing no
•iekness and lice from mercury or balsam.
During t wci; y y tars of practice. 1 lia ve i eseit'-d
from the jaws of Death ui tny thoasamls, who,
in the la*! stages of the above mentioned dis
eases had bt en given lip to (he by their physi
i eian. whi :: v. ummts me in promising to the
, afflicted, w ho may* plan* themselves under my
' cure, a pei fee' and most speedy cure. Secret
, Diseases are tii" greatest eneraies to health, Hi
they are the !ir-t ; a.u.-c of Consumption, iScmf
,. a, ,ili-.i ma; y (.the; diseases, and should be a
terror to ll.e i-.uman family, As a perm-incut
euro is searci iy ever elfccled, a majoiityol the
cases filling iuio the hands of incompetent
pc vi n . who not only fail to cure the disease?
'..ut ruin the con -ibution, filling the system !
with mercury, which, with Me disease, has
ten? the mi"erer into a rapid Consumption.
15 it should the cii-c.iss and the treatment
not cause death speedily end the victim mar
ries. the disease is eutailf I upon the children,
wh i are born with feeble constitutions, and
tlie current of life corrupted by a virus which
betrays itsrli' in Scrofula, Totter, Ulcers. Erup
tions an other alfeetions of the sk.n. Eyes.
Throat and Lung*, entailing upon thorn a b icf
existence of suffering and consigning thern to
an carlv grave.
SELF ABUSE is another formidable enemy
to health, for nothing el*e in tlie dread cata
logue of human diseases causes so tied motive
a drain upon the ~y d r m. drawing its thousand?
of victims through a few years o? suffering !
down to an untimely grave. It destroys the
Nervous system, rapidly wastes away* the en
' i-i gios of life, causes mental derangement,
prt .'cats the pi oper development of the system,
ilisqu ililies tor marriage, society, ba.-iues--
and all earthly liappine:-.-. and leaves the suf
ferer wracked in body au-l mind, preilispo.-ed j
to cou.-umptioa and a train of evils more to be
dreaded than death itself. With tlie fullest
! confidence 1 assure the unfortunate victim.: o :
S; if-Abuse that a permanent and speedy run
can he affected, and with the abandonment ot
ruinjjus practices my patients cau be restored :
to robust, vigorous health,
The nfllicted are caut'oncd against the u.-c ,
l of I'au-iit Medicines, for there are sa many j
iug'-ji:ous .snares in the columns of the jtubiie;
prints to catch and roo the unwary su;Veru>
that pt'lliQa? haye tlteir eousiitutions ruiucu
l,y lija •. i]s cumiioitnd.s of quack doctors, ot i
the equally poisonous nostrums vended as i
•'Patent Medicines.'' I haye carefully analyzed
many of the so called Patent .Medicines and j
liud that nearly all of theat contain Uorrosiyi
Subijunue, \vhich j.- yt tl}t* fipjjjost pre
paration? of mercury anil ft deadly poison
w ii' h instead of curing H'O disease disable ;
the system for life.
Tince-fourili* of the patent ppsirums now
in use are put up by uupt iucip.lcd and igaorati'
persons, who do not under.-taiid even the at- •
phahc: of the iitoieri-i ntedim, and are equally ,
as de.-'ilute of any knowledge of the liumai .
: system, having one object only in view, a.n i
tiiat to m. ke money regardless ol conscquen- '
cs.
Irregularities and all diseases of males and ;
foni-des treated on jirinoip ! e established by
twenty years of practice, and sanctioned by
thousands of the most remarkable cures. Med
icines with full direct ons sent to any part o
the Uu ted tStat's or Cull olas, by patient.- \
communicating tiieir symptoms by letter.— !
Business coircspondrucc oir.ctly couiidcntial. j
Adiircu... j
.I.SUMMEHVU J.i:,NI.DA
Office No. 1131 Filbert bt.,
(Old No. 109.)
! iOiC-ly. BEI.OW TW I Lt f : T.
P II I L A D E L V il I A .*
N E\V GOOI >S,
?.<ovv Piiets uttti Kvadj Ptay, i
AT JSHAIIUN CENTER,
• fPHE AUBSCRIBEKS are offering for sale!
! Jl. an entirely new stock, consi.-ting of
■ DRV GOODS, GROCERIES. HARDWARE, i
j l\ ! < iCkEKY, CLASS WARE, LIOUTH j
A SHOES. HATS & CARS, UM
BRELLAS, I'ARASi.tLS,
WIN lb i W SHADES,
WALL UAPER, READY
MADE CLOTHING, YANKEE
NOTIONS. &c., Ac.
in our sdeci "U* the w ants of all have been I
remembered. The Gentlemen can liud iu u.i !
Sim'* o. Ready* Made Clothing an clegaiu i
Fashionable suit, or a substantial Business)
.-uit and v,*c have Hats <k Caps and Boots k j
Shoes to match,
The Ladies can find Fashionable Bonnet*-1
bea t:!u :: y trimmed, or bonnets and trimming :,
a good aisqrtJncut of Dress Goods, and trim- i
iuing -; Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery aud Gaiters. — .
And, last but not least, C' A) Jed and skeleton
Skirts ; alio, Rattans, Skirt-M lialebouu audi
Brass Skirt-Hoojis; beautiful Jet Necklace- j
and Bracelets, Corals, Fans, and too many !
other things to enumerate.—all of whieli we
. are liing low for Cash, Lumber, or any kind
|*f Produce. FLOUR, MEAL, F'Sil Ac., con
! stantly on hand.
\Y. B. i J. 11. GRAVES,
i Sharon Ceutcr, Hotter Co., Ha., June 5.
J '.857. lfl:2-tf.
OK-vNGES AND LEMONS just received In i
10:2 W H. A J. R GRAVES. ' I
\\ . SPENCBH is Agent for many oftbt 1
f • most popular Medicines now in use. ; !
! few of which he will mention:
! J. R. STAFFORD & CO.'S OLIVE TAR.
I D. JAYNE & SON'S FAMILY MFIDI ;
j J C. AVER CO.'S CHERRY PECTORAL !
ANT) PILLS.
SEVERAL KINDS OF CHERRY SYRUPS, j
: Ac.. Ac.. Ac.
It. Stafford A Co;'s Olive Tar is np- j
.plied and inhaled by wearing on INHALER 1
around the u"ek and on the breast. His OL-j
; L\ E OINTMENT is applied where the skin i. J
j broken, and is a popular remedy where lino wo j
Crwd for the Wssopi-g 19.1.
KILLPORT HEAD QUARTERS.
subscribers take this method of in
! JL forming their friends that they ore in re
ceipt of, una are now opening, a choice arid
desirable stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY COOTS,
to vrhich the} invite the attention of ail who
desire to make purchases. Our stock i large
has been selected with great care, and is par
ticularly adap'cd to the wants ol' this section
of our country. Our stock ol Dry Coods Con
sists of
I) It ESS GOODS. TRIM MINGS. RIBBUXS,
EM BROI DERI KS, I'ARASt tf.S
CLOTHS. CASSIM Ell Lsi
VKSTINGS. DO
MESTICS.
SHIRTINGS.
LINENS. HUNTS.
HOSIERY, SHAWLS,
and a variety of other nrt'eles. too numerous
to nieution. We have nl o a complete assort
ment of
GROCERIES. HARDWARE AND
CROCKERY;
! *
..■.II i-f which win be sold uncommonly cheap
ready pay. and far approved credit on n
rensuitable teftns a., anc t Ma r e-lnhn-Tuneut.
MANN .VN iClf iU.S.
Millport. Aug. 11. HOC.—I:I3 ly.
m w. izm& & tfen,
PATENT
nme j?4\s ne'TMiEits,
4MB Broome Sipccl,
One Door Ea-t of Rrca Iwny. [Late -I'Js Broad
way. J NEYv -VoI.K,
(■fofuTA'i? A. L>. 1833./|
fj NYITE ni < xuntinaFon of their great varl
j*. etc ran! superior assortment of CHAIRS,
manufactured at their own vstabli.-Unn at. r.jal
umicr their imtnetiirue observation and direc
ti; n, in -hiding
i l'i. OT REVOLVING CHAIRS,
SELF-AO iNO EXTENSION KixCL.'dDEXT
L IT Y Mis
IMPRoVED INVALID WHEEL CIIATTiS,
MAJOR SEAKLE S TRAVELING IN VALID
CHAIR.
SPANISH SPRING AND SQI'AR CHAIRS,
nil EI'MAT it*. SPIN AL IND ASTHMATIC
INVALID CHAIRS. AC.. kC.. AC.,
EmLra 'ing the most coi.ij Irte a-soOmtnl.
aau choicest kind- for /Vr.W.-, [ho winy /,' t-n.s.
Cfitina-er*, (Jurdtm, lAir arA..-, i 'on* Uny Jfc-usn.
■ OJJUv., /'■liiic I,itiiluUo.>t. i>'>,■'>lioi /'trf,
together with < very a: !c -art adopted n>
the c.nifort, convsci'.u au . luxury of the
Si'-fc, the Agctl, tho I ji■ a, [. and /.cry.
Ju point of ingenuity of de-'gn, eleg-an'-e of
lini.-!., quality and ricliti" c of material, Ihilh
fulnoas of execution, durfbih:y and cheapness
iheFe rlia : rs ere un-urpa--' d. J">r tlum. M.
W. KING .'c SoN. v. ere a ai d; d the tir->t en' 1
only Pi ire Medal, and he So I'y rc-commem'
them ?'• far th air • r couches lot
I patients afflicted wi'b Spin*' Asthni>i ic o
lironcltial affection?.
To cither arm of tlu- chair may be attached
v ccnvcHit-nt reading or writing i)t>K. and an
• conibinuticn Jc.-ir. d ;vill by Manufactured to
to order.
A Circular with explanatory cuts, will be
son! by mail if requested, and orders [w ith re
-1 mittancos,] prompHy tunva.dcJ to any partol
i the world.
LUXURY & KCoN'oMY!
| KING'S NLW CHAIRI "AS VCU LIKE IT,"
! An Arm Chair, Reclining - Chair, Com u ami
liedslcHtl, [com hix nin ox ,fi- jiiihJe <>!
twelve diiTerent poj.iti.nis or elmages, to meet
, the varied requirement s for c union. c tneul
i enee. luxury* nud economy, [* sia<e as xviL
as price.] Wlsetli-u* in sickn • -or !,eih. 'hi
! celebrated CHAIR "as yoc i.ikf. ir." excels it
, rain respects, any chair perhaps ever mam.
! factared in this or any other country.
The price varies from Fifteen to Thirty D !
lars, acta rding to iitn'-h.
i To Pnldic In: titntions, a= well a- to ie.divid
-1 ua's, thi.-CMA'R is a Very desirable artrcfe.
;ud y. ill be supplied in any number on tit
no;! liberal terms, \oj>|v to or address
M' W. KING k SON,
! 433 Uroomr -t.. fbie d:'r ea-f of Broatlw;:y
; \ L:W YORK. (/.• d'sß />ro tic a/,'. 9:44-1 y.
KW GOODS—A Fine A--orfment jus;
idT received at OLMSTED'S.
G:vtAF REVuLliliufl IN MkOICAL oLL?*Lc.
i'ise bctsJ 'ntiiapcstjic Agcul
ever Ir.lioduced.
i
DR. DICKINSON'S
1 M VGNKTOKLE! -
V'-MM;dRVVWiihVA yx, TRIG MACHINE
"PTRIA .v,ry;y lb, i- exciting tin
i\ al.sorbimr ntien
ion of the Mcdi
e^m, 11'rofc- ion and
•'?>!' ;1 b'j-N.• portion ol
: men of the land. It is now clearly demnn
; strated that the lar.rc-t. nurcury, and all oth
! internal •• drug medication" may be laid nsidi
• with perfect safety t i t'ue patient nud nbid
; ing licnelit to posterity, Vt herevertiie.se nia
j chines have been introduced, they excite tli
! highest wonder and praise. The apparatu
1 is adapted to prevent, relieve and cure evir
j disease incident to humanity',—more |aiti ii
j larly all those painful and formidable diseas
-les which have for ee: .• :os balll' d the. jro
| fouudest learnin, and skill of physicians.
I From whatevei cause there may b: 1 an c\-
i ress or deficiency of the nevx< us fluid —pro-
j during an excess of GML iciwy J' the a ' '.,
i .iixi alkaline sepvetious—!{;;• magueiic priori
, pier, of the system are dt ;,.i:yed, and can on
jly be J'eJy vectored to their 'genual condition
|by an application of mngneto-'Clectrivily, by
; means of l)U. DICKINSON'S* TIAGNFTD
j ELEt.'TKIC MACHINE. This apparalya r ill
i positively prevent, ayd speefl.:;, relieve and
| cure Consumption, .-u-n tula, Rheymatisn-,.
Ral-ies, Neuralgia. .Spinal Disee-cs, and ail
: other painful maladies, however hopeless and
|of lon2 .standing. They arc eminently useful
; in I! sexual and urinary disorder-, particu
j larly where the Constitution has been broken
I down and ruined by unuatural solitary habits
! to which t >o many of the young of both sexes
; t;*c so laßientaidv prone.
DR. DICKLNSUNg? MAGNETO ELECTRIC
MACHINE is yhj.,,-.'.: th.e dangerous eoiupli
cationxui batteriesttpdavifls r.wliiehbu t aioue
renders it superior xo all ou>i.e. on the sctire
lof neatness, cleanliness, saiety and utility.—
; It is. in fact, a handsouic parlor ornament:
| may be applied by a child : and xvill last a
{ life-time, to the great saving of Doctor's
! bills. Ac.
PRICE OF THE MACHINE ?10.
• It will be snl'elv packed and sent to any
part of the I nitcd States. Sold wholesale
I and retail at the Medical Ofßce.Xo'. "9NORTH
' SEVENTH Street. Philadelphia. Address.
A. C. DICKINSON. M.D.
10-I—lt.
' FOR SHOWING THE NEW
1 Jlxl Goods just revived nt OLMSTED'S.
VNEW 2 HORSE LUMBBR-WAO6M £*
. for Kale by JONES. MANN k JONKB.
Cnderfj'ort ) June 11, T^sT. —t f,
THE WELCOME VISITOR.
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The publishers having ■ lb-red libera] Pre
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v ! Some of tlie mo-t popular and brilliant ma'*
• and female contributors are regular conti,.
'"utors p; d the publishers will spare no paid
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. gent coiuiatmity.
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Libcv.l inducements to Clubs ami Can.
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- (up stairs.) Philadelphia. 10:l-lv
WANTING PLASTER for
will find a supply at
j 5:4.1 JONES. MANN A JCRtSS,
"JONES, M.\NN A JONES pay tie highest
market j.rh c for all kinds of Produce.
; ?1|! AVER'S
; ixk V ! lis.
FOR ALL TKE PURPOSES OF A
r j
FAMILY PHYSIC.
Tr:r.:tK has long existed * public derr.anJ for in
efft ~tie ]>urtativc pill which could he rplitd on >
<ure and rfc-ctly *afe in its operation. S kin fin
been prep uetl to meet that ileinuitfl, nud . n txtr.-
. site trial of its virtue* has coneluxivclv .h ova witfi
i whet success it accomplishes the purpose ds:KU®d.
It b easy to ru.tkp a physical piti. bat not e*y so
u;ak- ir, best of ali .oi/ii one which should l.avc
none f the objections, but all the advantages, af
every other. This has been attempted here, aud
with what success we would respevtfully 'uVitr.it to
i the public decision. It has been unfortunato for
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
aid;Yinf is acrimonious and irritating to tli bow.
c's. This is not. Many of them produce so nuica
gripifiß pain and revulsion in the syefoin as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived frou.
them. Thee pills produce no irritation or paiu,
tvfl.'ss it arise from a previously existing obetrue
im> or in the bcwtls. Reimj purely
vactable, no hariu can ari- e from ll.fa use i\ ir, i
quantity ; but it is Iretter that anv axeduine shouii)
bt; taken judiciously. Minute direction* f*'r their
use in the several diseases to which they are ap
•lica.blc arc given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily wared by them, *!
.t.xv incntion l.iier Complaint, in as vitwutu Lrua
of Jaundice. Indigestion, Languor and I.oss of Ap.
pe.'ite. l.istlcsKness. Irritability. Unions llcadacho,
• Uiliows Fever, Fever end Ague, Pain in the Aid*
*.nd Loins: for, in truth, all these arc but th*
sequence of diseased action in the livr. A a
aperient, th'-v alford prompt and sure relief in CDs
uxrness, I'ib r, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Ssrof
ula and Scurry, Colds with soreness of the body
Hirers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is required.
Thev have also produced some singularly s
eexr.fni cuff- iu Rheo.matisin, Gout, Dropsy, Grarel,
Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart. Pains in t'*
Lack, Stomach, and Side. T'ney should bs frsur
i taken in the spring of the vcar, to purify the bleod
! and prepare tiie system for the chance of *9ai'iu.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach a'-*
bowels into strtior., ;;d tfic *S?V
titc and ritror. Tney purify the bli!> <i. and. by their
stimulant action on the ciidilatory .syi trm, reno
vate the btr~igtu of the bodv, arid restore to"
wuted oi diseased energies of fl. r rr.Ge organisw
licr.ee an occasional dose L aJ>rii;agr,.as. cr-c
though no serious derangemeut exists., L'wt uv
necessary dosing should r.cver be csrr.rd t-.o far.
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand case* in whiefc
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, bat
they suggest themselves to the reason of ev*rv
body; and it is confidently believed this pill ""I!
answer a better purpose than r.ry tning wliirh fix*
hitherto bem available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no louqG
doubt what remedy to employ when in ' f'J "f i
cathartic mediei;ie. lleing sugar-wrapped they * r *
pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no
Itann call arirr from their use in any quar.tuv.
For minute directions see wrapper on the Lox
PREPARtU HV
JAMES C. AYF.It.
Practical and Analytical 1 he*Ui
LOWELL, MASS.
?riß3 23 Coat* per Box. Fiv6 Boxe* for $1
! AVER'S
!! CHERRY PECTORAL,
Fpy tlif rrqilit Cure f
; roi tiirs, fohiis, hoakscnf^
ij iJKOM HITIS,
(ROIIN ASTIHIt. \M>
(o\siiirno.\.
Tins remedy has won for itself *ueh tmtoriet),
from its cures of every variety of pulnu>ii*r
- that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the
•lences of its virtues in any community where ■■
_as been employed. So wide is the field of it s
fulness, and so numerous the cases of iw
that almost everr section of the country xbonu"*
•n persons publicly known, who have heen rfsfor '
.roTn alarming and even desperate disease- of
- Y-Utgs by its tire. When once tried its -iq ci-'n-V
over every other medicine of its kind is t"" H"
cut to escape observation, and where it-
kinovn, the public no longer hesitate what atit.uo
to employ-for the distressing and datngeiott* j
I tions of the pulmonary organs which vre ittuJc
to our climate. And not only iu fornutia' ; ' f
tacks V.j)"n the lungs, but for the milder varaet
of Coins. Coroits, lloaiMßN'kss, Ac.; ae.d "
CHILDREN it iathe nloasantest and safest weditw
: that can be obtained. . .
As it has long beer, in constant use through
this section, we need not do more than a * su/f '.
J neopl if s quality is kept up to the best that ' l *
Las been, and that the genuine article is k
BITII & JONES,
A NO
J). W. SPENCER,
' COUDERSI'ORT. Pa., and by Coiintrr >H'
chants and tv;rrwhrre. *■* *