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I - or the Potter Sourna-
Uu.a§t--..r.gcur ,Sir: yinir pa
endeavoring, - to- promote
heAnte - rests of Aoviculture in Potter,
eqinty, let lye, if you. pleise, throW in a I
pvi re :larks on what I call the bast
Me' Oil of Grass.'.'
livery 0ne,17,1:0 - 17, likes to follow 41
4 Ood buqiii , ;-is—we know :di are not farm- I
crs,.somv are merehants,. acme mechanics,'conic professibial men—but for the farm-'
FODS ..14C1 grandsons these remarks are
Intended. The Oil of Giass,-what s clo - ds
mean? and how is it obtained ?' My.
perWt4 knUylddge has been Mostly deriv
ed from the counties of Otsego, Clienango
Dclbware, F. The first items I
:Would naive are ' the thousands up-
pa • thoEsantis of fat cattleHl ciin
pot tell - you how many thousands., for of
Rtn istics Iltave none; The next item the
. oiheep and mOon, gaol and talloW • and
thogli not least, the Butter, "Liter;
1307, - E4 that would start fur mar Yet from
bach'farther's door. Is not this the Oil
But who would wish to milk from five
!p, fifty cows in a thunder storm ? We will
put up the cows in the nice eleau-stablri.
1)11 . stalls, take an arm-full of pails, fill
one and set it back, fill another and set it
back, till the cows are all Milked, and do
as they do in Spain—if it rains let it.rain.
A couple of crotches and, a few boards
will form a milking shelter in the milk
- But the luxuries, comforts, and profits
of the Oil olGrass! First the luxuric3.
I shall' not go. to a cook-book for a list of
the luxurious dishes iu which the Oil of
Grass forms an important item; but will
leave that part for the ladies, while 1 hint
little at the profits. I have known
rhenango farmers to grow up, from farms,;
ltnpaid for to farms paid for, and milk
from ten to fifty cows,—hantiiionte house'
barns,-orchards and meadows, smooth
as an onion-bed,—horses harnesses, sleighs
:And carriages in full I;.eeping. I knew
bne such man to grow up. The story goes'
.ghat ho even borrowed the money to pay
his wedding fee—at any rate he was not
the owner f . a foot of land—grew up tivo
farms ; paid for and milled his fifty cow s, I
and his pockets weighed down by thou
sands of dollars—Oil of. Grass. A dairy
.of cows will make in a single butter sea
port per each cow 100— 1 : 20, and some
times have been known to make 175 lbs.
per cow: Now, a dairy of twenty cows, at
100 lbs. each, is 2000 His of butter at 10
cts per lbs.—foots up 8320. The
milk or - butter-milk, fed to hogs or cakes,
is worth say $2 per cow, making 5-10, add
ed to the 8320 worth of butter, make 8360
fora daiiy of 20 cows, at the lowest 6 , 6-
- mate.. Now, for another estimate : Twen
ty cows at 175 lbs butter per cow amounts
to 3,500 lbs at 25 cts per 11;.—(and Some
phenango farmers have sold for more
than that price) amounts to
tour and butter-milk, fed to calves or hogs
at $3 per cow amounts to SW, added to
the $875 worth of butter foots up $935,
::--011 of Grass—fr'oui the twenty
. 111iils in one sea.son.
How much Meadow and pasture will it
take to sustain 'an Oil Mill (a co'.) one
year ? say four acres; of course
eighty acres will sustain twenty Oil Mills.
Now I think the Potter County farm-1
prs, may grow up and pay for their farms
r— those that have not paid for them. Grow i
pp did I say ? Yes, grow up- 7 rzrow up
heifer-calf this year good enough to be
is cow in two years;
next year raisn \ two
'in; like manner; the third year dotibk!
again, raise four,
and soon you will have
Me oil Mills on hand. Here let me di
kress a moment—my little grandsons have
learned 'that there is better feed for
young calves than kicks and cuffs ; and if
pow was the time I would tell about it.
You may ask, Where is the keeping ?
Itwe double our stock every year, where
is. he hay.? Browse, Potter County,
Browse One hand, with ten tuns of
hay, will fall and trim tine the timber,
and winter twenty cows ; and thus save
thirty tuns—for it Will take two tuns of
to winter a cow. But browse is not
fhe Oil of Grass, Very true; but grass will
ollow right after the axe' and tire if you
Will sow the seed. Follow np the old
rush -heaps and hedge fences with fire and
grass-seed, and put the gass through the
oil mill as pia as possible.
'Mrt...CuasE, we, (that is Grandpa, and
prelatic fatherless Grandsons,) expect to
attend the 'Fair next Fall. We have a
pice pair of two years old,; and a nice pair
'pf.Yearling steers that. will travel in the
think they can travel to the
Tair next autumn. Not because they arc
tineh wonderful affairs and eannut be beat;
'mit we expect to learn enough to pay us
.or attending the Fair. We extract the
pssence from four Oil Mills, and, with
fhTee heifers on hand, we expect next
year to number up seven of these Mills.
is it too much to
,expect that in a
rev years some .of the Potter County boys
F ill, count up fifty of these Oil Mills—r•
their faces fat- , -yei, farmer-fat—and
he i r pockets weighed down by thousands
Pf dellars—rOil of Grass
OLD GRAND FATIIER,
SWEDEN, .I.tay 24, 1858.
NI GRAM:4 TO BRAZIL.--A propo
gaion- is übder.eobsicleration by the Goy
prnment of Brazil, 01, encourage emigra
tion fritm Europe, 1;!y granting bounty
and lands to emigrants. It 'has beeo
*idely dismissed and faorably regarded.
lOriiiiderable jealousy of the United States
it 4 oirpressed by the press, because it
ris so difficult to turn the great tine of
trfAr! NOTth to South America.
CARRIAGE' k ;WAGON' NIAKER duct BF:-
. TAIRER, Con 4ispoili, Potter Co., Pie., tithes
this method orinfop.r.in,g the pnli-017 . 10,
lie in kencep.l that lie is prepired
to do all work in'his lint with ,prOrm e tncss,
in a workman-like milliner, arid !Rontine
most iictiorninoilatilli; tens.'l'ayinent for
ihaFiably rkiciiii7ecj. on tklivery of
the work. All kinds of I'II:9E47CE
talien on - account of yrprk.
copp,p - Opowz
REV: j: 'HENDRICK, Principal.
MITE Academie 7: c . 2:e is divided into three
seSsitms of thifteCu weeks each
.:The Winter Term commence:, Tuesday
The . Sitritte, TOM comulgnce4,
April ti, lisro.
The Fall Term commences -.Tuesday, Aug.
24. IK , S.
Competent ; Teachers Lace Lecn secured for
every hranehiof Study.
Classes will he so .arranged that 'students
may enter to advantage at any time.„
A Teachers Class will he organized, in which
due attentionwill tnc paid to the studies usually
taught in Commn 'drools, and the liaist meth
od of jtopartiug In:s4.;:uuti4n.
EXPENS7iS PER TERM.
Pritnnr;• Branches, 7' $2,50
Gorman English, '• 3,50
igher with Algebra, ; 4,75
Higher Mathematics, 6,f , u
Latin and (reel:, 6,00
Drawing, (extra) T. 2,50
Music, with tve.o.cPiono, (extra) i 10.00
French, (extra) 3.00
Without other s<udies, 5,00
Rpotn Rent, each, '" Oo
The past suereF..3 of this Instituti6n un(Jer
the l'r,! , .7ept , u.ship of Mr. IluNurticK has induc
e,) thy Trustees 1 , ) Fecare umitinuatior. of his
servioes. IVe trust an intellit.ent pUblie will
give it that support which sauna to ;Ii due to
such an Institution.
ELI 11EEF. Pres't. .3
(. li. fiVEnTON, Seey.l 7 . .
AMOS FRENCIT, '
DO YOU' EVER : .
WANT ANY THING
FROM N . EW YORK?
IF SO SEND YOUR. OEDEE TO
F, 8. CABOT &WO.,
puyers, 85 purela.y
ALMOST every one,. certainly every mer
-Ichant., has sometimes very strongly wish
ed that he had a reliable correst.ontient end ;
friend living in this great metropoli . s to whom
he could send for the transaction of some bu
sine,s or the 7 urchase if some 'article, that he
could not make it convenient to go 'to the city
to do, or to buy with full Contidence.l
th it the luisiness would he well doite, ^and at
a reAsonable . expease to him.
satisfied by a considerably extended observa-'
lion and experience that this is an almost uni
versal want, we have established bUr house. to
.apply it. We have found that thousands of
porcine from' Maine.to Georgia. are Constantly
settling to us to execute orders, itvolvi", - ; pur
chases varying from 25 cents to as many hun
dred dctl!arg, and we believe in .every case,
those employing us have been satisfied both
with•the quality of the service.; rendered end
equi;.y I. '
f ouTi V ! 'e Mean tliat oar
eh.lrges chall in all cruses ba fair and reasona
-I,k, p;c•licat•A un 11:e., Utue and labor
eou, , lnied. It i, cerbtio, that, being 4:unstant
!y in tile tnirkct, braving large.ly for cash.
we can BUY 1:FT71: ;.;n.n any singr , imr
cliaser eau: In fact, we save to •D::r friends
much ruore iu prieei: than the conim:s, , i•di w - c
ch,rau. No niqu. ::ho 0111
comes here,can 1:e fltriliar with n. tat;:o!
exteniire as Cliq: We 1,, in. ; here all tlle. tam.
are thorou g hly- ac q uainted with it, itid
whore to g o to liad cvery :a fi t .st
an lat the loAvest rate.:. We have fuunq tl,:Lt
to env (4.0.1 r .I;:r.t...rit...rriend3 a-::11 to 2oud us
coda:ry :produce LA sell, sometimes the 1 ;70-
er(:do to'he inve4ted in pads ; sometimes in
money.' Accordmgly we Crave made the very
best arrangements to et‘able is to do justice
to those vh may consign to us. Qur chares
for selling are a usually live pet cent., fathou..Lh
in special cases Z•f Very large or Very small
transactions, equity might require it to be va
ried from that. We hare a circular glvin4
-)re at length the seine and plan of our bus
iness. with statement of our charges f,r lc;y
ing of - the leading articles, whinli will be
sent on 'application.
Letters f_ inquiry only should contain
stamps to prepay the replies.
'PEFF.B. BY PERMISSION TO
Win. G. Lambert, of A. A: A. Lawrence Sr.
Co.. Nev York.
Win L. King, of Naylor Sr, to., Now York.
Davi.f S. - Brown, of David S. Frown & Co.,
Jonph Cabot, Philadelphia,
G. .13:a2,- Blal;e, of ptake, IlOwe k Co., Bos
F. Cabot Sc. Boston.
Staufield, Wentworth & Co., Boston.
J. C. Cabot, of Wales, Cabot A: Co., St
Anil many others.;
1.3.--Partieuldr 'attention is given to pro
curing insurance Policies, I:Life. Fire anti Ma
rine), in the best and'most reliable offices. in
formation furnished of the standing :end res
ponsibility of insura:nee Companies, Railroads
and other Corporations. 1.40-tf.
Health and Beauty.
ti o t if e t e. o .e b r e l h s t
Jlow t o
b e beautiful
more v.- b b e n n t
f i n a l
rifler marriage; instead of more ugly. as most
wives now are. Dow to transmit your heaut
to Sour children without losing it yourself.
How to be sweet without perfume, cheerinl
without stimulant, rosy without,rogue and ra
diant without paint. The means are certain,
within the reach of every woman and are de
tailed wit]) ample direction; in a "Letter to
Ladies," which willl3a mailed prepaid to any
address on the receipt of 25 cents in stamps
or American coin Address
L4o—tf. DR. T. L. CHAPMA2sT,
No. 47 West 13th Street, New York.
IA W. SPENCER is Agent for many of the
lir • most popular :kredicines now in use, a
fil'W of which he will mention.
J.-R. STAFFORD S., - CO.'S OLIVE TAR.
DR. P. JAy.NE ,t,. SUN'S FAMILY MEDI—
J. C. AXER - CO.'S CHERRY PECTORAL
AND PILLS. . '
SEVERA KINDS OF CHERRY SYRUPS,
Sc., Sc., at
r J. l c StatTord & Coi's Olive Tar is ap
plied arteq nhaled by wearing on INHALER
around th neck and on the breast. H
IVE (HST lENT is upplied . where the skin is'
broken, ac- 1 I is'a: popular remedy where known.
Good forltilw Whooping Cottg!t. ' 1.0:3.
PIANos, rirT,ODEOItIS & I MUSIC
THE CASH SYSTEM ADCI-I,P..TED
prices .r . eatly -- 4eclathed,
HOB ACE WATERS,
-• No . . 8:33 Broadway: N. Y., • -
..A.GENt FOR TBI3 BEST , BOSTA.M.7 & Y
RE Largest. Assortment of Piano. 3, .Zsrele4
ireou, Mnsical.lnstrithjenti, and Musical
Merchandise of all kinds ; in the United States.
Piahos froth Ten qureient Manufactories, com-
Prisingthcse of every variety of style, froin
the plain, neat and substantial e octtves, in
WJIn at or Rosewood Oases, from :,-$159 to $.:200,
to those of the most elegapt finish up to One
Thousand Dollars. Igo house in the Union
. can compete with the above in the number.
variety and celebrity of , its instrnments, nor
"in the Eztremely low Fir,es at which they are
`~ uCSGI; ~
lit MACE WATERS? MODERN IMPROVED!
PIANOS, with or without Iron Frame l . p os _ ,
sesi,ing in their improvement's of over-strings!
and action, n leugth of scale and comlrass of!
tone equal to the Orand Piano, united with
the beanty durab,ility of structure of the
Square Piano. They are justly pronounced by
the Presj and by the first Musical 'Masters, to.
be equal'to those of any other manufacturer
They are Liaiit of the best and most thorough
ly seasoned material. and guaranteed to stand
the action of every climate. Each Inqteurnent
gimitinteed to give satifaction, or purchase
HORACE WATERS' MELODEONS.—au,
perior Instruments in toucli , and durability of
make. (Tuned the equal temperament.) Me
lodeons of all other style , ' and makes. Price
545, $6O, $75, 5100, $1 , 25, Sllo—doubh
Reeds and two banks of Keys, :•::.300—less
liberal discount. Clergymen and Churches,
r en extrh discount.
and 7.la.dcal instruments of all kin4s.., at lower
prices than ever before offered to the public.
!A 'large discount to Teachers and Schools.
The trade supplied on the most. liberal terms:
SECOND-HAND PIANOS, at great bar
gains, constantly in store,—price from $3O to
MUSIC.,-One of the largest.and best se-
Ilected catalogues of Music now published,
I comprisin g many of the chbice and most pop
! ular . 4irs of the day, and will' he sold at one
' third off from the r , ;-ular prier.:.
Music-sent by mail to ali puts of the co-M
-; try, pest-paid. Particul tr and personal att,n
ition paid to all order s tereii ea by m1:1. 5 ,'-
isfaction guarani red in evens instan••••. Pi: - •ros
land Melodeons f - ar rent and rent n ij owe d on
pnacl: e. Pianas and 'Melodeons for sale on
montby pa:mlents. se , ond-blnd ta
' ken in exclr.nge for nu tr. Goir , alami , elect
Catalogues .iched ale of prices fore.. orled
to all pqrt.s of the country by road.
g.ay- Greatinducements olrered to•AGENTS
in all parts of the country. to MI the Horace
Waters' Pianos, Melodeons ; and Catalogue of
' Music. • BAG
HO\VAR 1) ASSOCIATION,
A Benrrnlent Insri nn. cstabli.shed .. T eci c il
endownztni for 14e frill of thc irk aw l cij
treved, a(dirird with Irirulv:t and
PVC) all persons afilictcd with Sexual Diseas
1. ca„ such as SPERMATOLIZIREA. SEMI
NAL WEAKNESS, IMI'OTENCE, GONOR
RWEA, GLEE'''. SYPHILIS, the -Vice of
ONANISII. or SELF ABC'S'', sr.,&c.
Thr HOWARD .I.t -, ..SOCIATIOY, in view of
the awful dastructioa of hicroAn caused
he sexual di , ea-es : and doeeptio.is prac
ti,,ed upon the zinf.,r.itnat,:, Ktial; o f tacit
.1 . , rase , by Q,utelt,. set.eral directed
their Con odtioe„ Stirzeon, as: a Cit i3LE
ACT. worthy of their n.i.ne. 1,3 open a Uisocn
-“ry tor the treatineut.of ~ ht , , , of iii,c.: ,es,
in all ,I) , •ir t;d:a.s. a.“l f, Hve All
\t1:1; u in) apply by leuec,
w.th a des , •riidd,n of their codd,tida, (age,
oe n rot on. li•onts of 1 ,ke.. and in
r.l t•Ntretat. tv,tu ruilN - Nir
FItEE Di CHARGE. It is needles t to add
that the A ssoria (lon euutinands the Itigr.e,t
Aladical skill of the ni4e, and trill fqrnisli the
most approved triadvrii treatment.
The Directors, on a review of past, feel
as,Mred that „heir I ,Alwrs ;his sphere of be
nevolmt effort. havc been (.f, gre,,t benefit UP
the afflicted, especially to Hie young, and the)
have r,solved to derotc themselves, with re
newed ze.d, to this very impri.tut bat much
Just Published by Lx Asse , iation, a Re
port on Spermatorrh . coa, or Scminai iCe•ilni
the Vice of Oaanism, :11astnrhation or Self-
Abuse, and other Di4eas.es of the Selrnal Or
gans, by the Consulting, Surgeon, which will
be sent by mail, (in a sealed envelope,l FREE
OF CHARGE, on receipt of TWO STAMPS
Address, for Report or treatment, Dr.
GEORGE R. CALHOI:N. Consi:ltinr• Surgeon.
Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street,
By nr,ler of the Directors.
EZRA 0. HE ARTWELL, Pre.. ident,
- GEO. FAIRCHILD, Sec/Wan(. (10•2
Low Prices asul.tleatly Pay,
AT SHARON CENTER
ITME SUBSCRIBERS are offeririg for sale
IL. an ,' , .t.oc k. consisting of
DRY . GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWIRE,
COOCKERY, GLASS WARE, BOOTS
SHOES, iLvrs s:
WA LL PAPER. BEADY
MADE CLOTHINiI, YA.NNEE,
In our selections the wants of all have been
remembered. The Gentlemen can find in our
steak of Ready Made Clothing an elegant
FaAionable suit, or a substantial nosiness
suit, and we have Hats is Cep and pouts k.
6bo.!s to match.
The Ladies can find Fashionable Beanets
beautifully trimmed, or bonnets And trimming:
a good assortment of Tress Good and tr'.ui
ruing? i Gloves, 11;tts, Ilosiory and Goit,, , rs,—
.Amd, last but n 1.4 least, corded and ske:aon
Skirt-4 • also, Rattans, :",:iltirt-Whaleb,me. and
Brass bliitt-Iloop ,- , ; beautiful Jet Nr.,:kl; , ,cr,z
and Bracelets., ds, Fans, and tf:9 may
other things to enumerat , • --P. 11 Qt which we
are selling low fur Cash, ! . .nnber, or rmy kind
of Froduce. FLQUR, 11 4L FISH ke., con
staatly of ha-d.
Ti. 'R. E J. IL GRATES.
Sharon Center, Potter do., Pa., June 5
DRAPER and TAILOR, late from the City of
Liverpool, England. Shop opposite. Court
House, Coudersport, Potter Co. Pa:
N. B.—Particular attention paid to CDT ;
NOTIONS, ,tc., Cc
M ARK GILLON,
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND THROAT
•puip.A.pur, par; EVII4ILATION,
BICH conveys the remedies to the
toes in the lungs through the air paissa-1
ges, and coming in. direct 'contact with the 1
disease, neutralizes thh tubercular matter, al
lays the cough, causes.a, free and.casy expec
toration, heals' the lungs; purifies .the blood,
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving-that tone and energyso indispensable
for the restoration of health. To be able to
state confidently that C, onSumption 'curable'
by inhalation, is to me a source of unalloyed
pleasure. It is as much under the control of
medicai treatment as any . other fOrmidable
disease; ninety out Of every hundred eases,,
can h.e cured in tie firststages, and fifty per I
cent, in the second; but in the third stage, it
s iMpossible to save Mot'u than five per rept..
for the Lungs arc so cut up by the disease as I
to bid defiance to medical skill. Even, how
ever, in the lap stageh, Inhalation affords ex- I
traarditiary renef to o.. f e sulferi;._!g attenaling
this' tearful scourge, which annually destroys 1
ninety-five thousand persons in the Ijoited.
States alone i and to correct calculation shows
that of' the present population a the earth,
eighty millions are destined to till the Con-1
Truly the quiver of death has no arrow. so I
fatal as Consumption.; In all ages it has been
the great enemy of life, for it spat - es neither I
age nor sex, but sweeps olf alike the brave, I
th, beautiful., the gratieful and the gifted. By
the help of that Supreme Being from whom
cometh every good and perfect gift, I am 'en-1
uhbled to offer to the afflicted a' permanent
and speedy cure in Consumption. The first
cause of tubercles is front impure blood. and
the immediate effect produced by their depo
sition in the lungi is to prevent the :ree ad
mission e.f air into the air cells, which causes
a weakened vitality through the entire system.
Then stuely it is more rational to expect great
er good from medicines ente:ing the cavities
of the lung: than I'l om those administered
through the s toinheli : the patit hit will al }cu.
• find mil lungs frito and the hreathitig easy, al
to inhaling remedies. Thus, Inhalation pis a
lore I remedy, nevertheless it acts constitution
! idly, and with more power and-certainty than
remedies administered by the stomach. To
prove the power: „
zu and direct influence of this
this mode of a dmi n trat ion, , :doloroforin
inhaled will entirely destroy senSibilliy in a
few minutes, paralyzing the entire nervous
system, so that a limb may be amputateti. with- ,
out the slightest pain: Inhaling the grdinm - v ,
huralng gas' will destroy life in if few hours. I
Ti'- inhalation of 011111,nift will rouse the
; -v-:id ,n war n diluting or apparently den-i. The
tmor of many tit the medicines is perce,,tiblO:
the skis, a fey. minutes after being in:ialed l ,
and may be immediately detected in the blond,
I A convincing proof of the constitutional effects
of inhalation, is tlm ftie that sickness is al
produced by Im.athim; fool air—is rill'
this positive evidence tit' prmier remediesi
carefully prepared and judimo4,ly
tered throir;ll the lungs should prodmie the
happiest results? During eighteen n e t ins!
practice, many thousands suffering from dis
eases of the lungs and throat, hat e been un
der my cal'e, anti i have effected mall 7 rertmrlt
able cures. 4 f) en ;or the sufferers had bona
pronounced in the stages, which Taffy sat,
isties me that conAtirrption is no longer a taunt
disease. My treatment of consumption
original, and founded On 10.,g experience and
a thorough investigation. Mv perfect acquain
tance ith the nature of tubercles, ena-
Okts me to ilist:nguish, readily, the various
forms of disease that simulate consumption.
and apply the proper remedies,' bcing
mistaken even in a single case. Tiiis fon:fl
int-By, in connection with eerta;n pathologicel
and microscopic discoveries, nai,les me tp
lieve the Itin:rs front the effects of eontracttii'
chests. to enlarge the chest, purify the blood.
impart to it renewed vitality, giving eneigy
and tone to the entire system,
]leiieines wio, full ,iucctiati sent to cry
part of the Unitel Saute; and t'anadas
lb:t the cure would be inure Certain if the
pltient should pay me 3 visit. Which' W01:1.1
give in:. an opportunity to eNaothic the lung ,
turd enable me to prescribe \vikh much greater
certainty, and then the cure could be effected
without my geeing the patient again.
Cr, W. QII.4HAA.T, M. D.,
Office 1131 FL& rt Street, (Old
No. 1090 below Twelfth,
P VP ONSTVE
E. K. SPENCER,
(Diforz, area t 14clucp4ients
To BUYERS or
'4 ROCFRIES, PROVISIONS &c., at
LA the SZPV. formerly occupied by D. NV_
(AL Street, North side of Public
A good assortment constantly on hand, frdm
which I will enumerate a few of the leadihg
articles, such as
Sugar, ' Mustard, Candy,
Coffee, Cinnamon, Nuts -
Mula, , ses, i Pepper Sauce, Crackers,
Syrups, 'Catsup, Soap.
Pepper, . I.Yeazt, Candles,
Spi , e, Oils, Shot,
Ginger, Tobacco, Lead,
Cloves, Snuff, "G. - Caps,
C.trb. Soda, Segars, C. Tartar,
and many other thingc too numerous to men
tion, be found in this depirtnetit,
nili be sold at a trifling advance frum ce;t
Cur ready pay
Con Fta nt nd, such as
ly" on ha
1."01 , 1K, :-;IIOUL.DER, PIRET, SALT
ikriTER, CIII`ZSP., I,IRD, FiEANS,.
OATS, Fc.,ol!ii, CORN
.131:CliVIIEAT FLOUR, DRIED
and many other articles in the line of Pro,
signs not necessary to mention. Also,
WOODEN WAri r E,
such as Brooms, Wash-T-aLs and Board , ,
noses, Se., be sold low
cosh or ready pay. oa4;>,. Potatoes, Bull.
l as '2heese, atid in fact alrnost every thin,
famyrr raises, will ho taken in exchange r
Goods, at:their cash 7alne, I invite the
re..tion of Village: - s, Farmers and Lumberm .
Lo Lsire :0 Ma4e purchases in the al.o
arti.de. , , a:11 them to - call bf-Core 311
chasing e . kewhete. • E. K. SPENCEIL
Coudersport,. Jane 9, 1b.57.-10:3.
BLEACHED MUSLI.NS ci a few otheT
tides in the line of Sterle Dv7 Good
lo* frir cash at E. K. SP!',NCERT,
10:3 D. W . S., A., .
QOME CLOTHING of Chenev'3 mannfa , .tu
On 13.2.C.1. 41, E. K. SPENCER'S,
1 . D. W. S., I.e.
CIRANGES AND LEMONS just received 14)-
).0:3 W B. 4; J. EL GRAVES. r
F . I7FIE subscribers take this method of in.
forming . theif friends thatithey are in re:
cetfit of; and are nbw•opening,i, a elfoic4 an,d .
.4estrahle. stock or j• •
, • - -
STAPLE AND: FANC)." WIT - poops, •-
to,whicb they, invite the attention or all who
d-'-xe to make puiehases. Our stock is!large
hUs been selectuit - With great care,' anctis par
fichilarly adapted to the wants of this Is-et:Hop
our country. Our stock of Dry Good's con-.
4,i‘lts of • ' • •
DRESS G GODS: TR PIMING S; RIBJIONS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES '
; • yEstrlND:s. DQ
• LINE.S . , PRINT.%
' • FLO:3IEIIY, SHAWLS; , ,
' and a variety of other nrtieies, too,
to mention.. We have also a compLte assprt
inent Of , • _
GROCERIES. I HARDWARE AND
C fa) GKER
!all of which will he sold uncommonly cheap .
I fur ready pay, and! far approved credit on as
i reasonable terms as any other establishment.
Millport, Aug. 11, 1i: 4 5 . 6.-9:13 ly. ,
, Z. 4riaftl- arSOTAT, -
CIII.A la 3 I A r i Vii FACTUR ERS-,
436 .13 - rpprne Street,
One Door F.astof Broadway, [Late 4(8 Droad
way,] NEW-1 - 01;IK, .
i • • [l.:stabli4ed a.l). 1533„1
, NVITE an examiwition Of their great raid
. ety antl.superitir assortment of CHAIRS.
nartufactured at, their own establishment, and
,under their immediate o•Liervation and 'diree
SELF-ACTI'fiG V.:CTENSION RECtIIBENT
I'..tr2ROVED INVALID wHEET, C.FiAIRS;
MA.IOII E.AII.LE'S TRAVELING L\VALID
P_ NISIt SPRING AND SQUAB CHAU:S.I
RIIELI , IAT Lc, SVINA.f.....i.ND ASTHMATIC
INVALID CHAII;S, &C., &C., &C.,
Embracing the complete Assortment,
and choiceo for Parlor. , , pre - ming Ar.unu
Chamber:, 6 - ,un /Ow 110 .de
0: 1 70e.v : Public I - Uvfirth'iou. 4. Pentitus, L'arben,
together will), csery elesirable sort adapted to
the comfort, i‘or,i'enielice and luxury of the
Sir!. the Ay.-d, the Infirm, the Lame and Lazy.
In point of Df de=ign, elegance of
finish, quality and richness of material, faith
fulness of cxecinkm. dut ( ability and eheapnes.,
'Aiesc chair , , are unsur p assed. Inc them. M.
. EIING were awarded the fi=st and
any I" . rize Mi did. and the fiterißy r - ,commend
11 - ,0111 n.*•ca , p:af:n-itLic to hNis conches Air
ivaicntdfit io ith A I d. ma ti c or
To either ann . of the, chair May be attached
a convenient re::dinn• cr writing be.sK, and any
com! , aaticn de:.lrecl 7 wi:l be manufactured to
A Circ afar 2xp107 - intory cnta , tvill be'
sett', by until if, rtyle,t;:cl at; , orckrs [xtith
mit Lattooq proutp:ly focwto-dvi to an 'part of
ETTNITRY IS,I ECONOMY!
KING'S NEW CHAR AS fOU LIKE !T."
An Arm Chair, Reclining Chair, Cotieb and
Beck teal, [comn , N I/ !N ON ,] is susceptible of
twelve dill-Cir.:o poFitit - ms or cluing( s, to meet
she varied requiremenrs f6r-comlurl, coaveni
enee, luxury and economy: [in space its well
a price.] 'Whether in Aekne,s or broth. tht ... .
relelce: , A CHAIR -.As YOU 1.11:1: IT.' 1:11eri: ,
111111 n any (.1111'r locrh;',ll. , ever in:ina
ne..tried :n !hi= or Mil" cti, , r eountrv.
fr.,".llll;fen L , fair:// Doi-
ti • pi
To 1',11.1;t- , rt. 7 v. - Pll a, to
titi- v - -r ,ios:1 artirly.
ntl.will lit• stippliett in anv nunthfr on tit
Apylv - to or adflr.,u-s.
:+l. IC. KJ k
.1:38 Proomc Ft.. o!te donr cast of litattiway.
r.v: YottE, I 4;'id tf.7.
(;001)S—A • Fine AQ , nrillleLt j.11;1.
/:4 received ;it
GREAT REVOLUTION IN MEDICAL SCIENCE
The best riflerperstte Ag,ent
elYtte• • litrc:l•s•adueed.
J , ....:7 - 7 ,-- fil
-.i.-,,:,,,-.,„, TRIG lACI - IN.E:
ER . r tc.lr so i . - , t.i ;•;:.'%;.:
..,..!!', 7 ' . :4, - .!:J ; .., -'- ' ~..::,% is exciting the
A• 'Ol - I , 4i,t,Sitz , -;',;‘ rt-,"'ii , • '.:4- 5 ., :1 I)ser I. Pa' I . t t ell -
P . ;:::.,:;. 1r .;_34. t .-t,:7: I k , n a Itie 'Medi
0-V.': ts- ,; 4 - '?.5:4 -- i: i l4 calP re re-l ion at d
-;";k.-77-7'''-''' I . : 't : I .
t a il
e a i r: t e e
t t i o t . i i i a .. t 0 ,..
men of the 'land. it is now clearly ,demon-
Ftrated_tliat the lancet, mercury, and alrother
intermit " drug medication" may be laid aside
with perfect safoty to the patient end alud
ing'benefit to pr.sterity. Wherever these ma
chines have been introduced, they e:scite the
highest 'tvuider and praise. The apparalus
is adapted to pervert, relieve an 3 cure every
disease incident to humanity,—more prtion
tarty all those painful and fortoidabl6 ji,--:cas
es which have for centuries baffled the pro
foundest learnini . and skill of physicians.
From is hatCV.l muse there mar ho an ex
cess or deficiency of the bon - oils thildpro-
doting execs; dCl;cieney or the neidi.
And tilkiline secretions—Ole in;:gnetie prima. ;
I, pies of: 10 sy,tern ara derangPd, and'Lan On
', ly be saf,dy restored to their normal condition
I by an application of ma;:meto-eleetriclty, by
1 IIle:1115 of DR. DICKINSON'S M.A(INETO
ELECTRIC MACHINE. Thi- apparatus , will
~ I po,P.: ;id:. prevent. and speedily relieve and
cure Consumption, Serolnim Rheumatism,
I PaCics, Neuralgia, Spinal Diseases, and all
other painful Maladies, however hopeless and
lof 1 ,- -ng' standiatr. They ure. eminently useful
_, in all slexual ; and urinary cilsorders: partieu-
I larly where the Constitution has been broken
down and rained by pnnatmal solitary habit - -
, I to which toe many rd the young of both seat-s
; lare so lament:My prone.
DR. DICIUNItI I RG'S MAGNETO EDECTRIG
MACHINE is c;ithoit-t the ditageroll cornpli-
co lion of batteries t , ad a eid3--v; - hiph fact alone
renders it superior :o nil others on the score
of neatness, cleanliness, safety and
It Is, in fact, a handsome parlor ornament;
may be applied- by a child ; and mill last a
tithe, to the great saving of Doctor' ,
rg.tc.,E 01;' TITP, MACHINE $lO.
It Will be safely packed and sent to any,
part or the United States. Sold wholesale
and retail at the nedical Office, No, 38NORTII
SEIVE"siTII Street. Philadelphia. Address,
A. O. DICEINSON, M.D.
VO I CHARGE FOR SHOWING ;THE NEW
,just received at OLMSTED'S.
INN and stap e articles is the Dru p linefor
sae, bb 1;0:24 ' B. li. S.
The, aea:pcst and .ffaii,44oPtC4l,2itiqi
tat in the world
Clrzui&lfoin• 00,0(10: : ''i,
re ILLS ELEGANT- AND-- FASCINAIN-L. LITERARY AND FAMILY. 3IONTBLY
MAGAZINE closis its .. tirs volume. in• June
next. During the few brief months of its ex
tenee it has attained 'a pe;pularity'nnequalled
in the annals of the press;
The publishers having
miums for ehoiee.littrary
-Romances, Essays, roetr
ling and interesting .'read]
in January last, and are
ed in the Visitor:
The New Volume Will be ccinmenced in4m.-
ly 1857, greatly
. luiproved . end enlarged.-.-..
Each n4mber• will - contain thirty-two extra
large sii.';fl royal octavo pages;tuakingn Mae.;
nilleent volume of nearly 40,0 pages : 4l)f trto .
years-or prescnting an amount of the elioie
Pest reading on all' subjects, equal to whet
would post in the book stores. at leait fifty'.
cents, pa table invariehly in advance.
Some of the most popu 4r and brilliant male
and female cgntriifl ire regular coutri,
baton; and the pahlWters will spare pe'prilns
or expense to rcnder:thef "Welcome Visitor'i•
every way acceptable tole refined and intellie
gent community. •
The I..ublication i 3, ;Ida
people—the young nrid 1
ever soon ana pznfsed,
a ccephttion. ..:
V" Not: is the 'lintel
• buck numb..
conimic.t. sets) for 3:een
serija of 12 numbers. fur
Liberal induce - me us
for or.f; year, tlr a
stet uncfer GI
PubYollers, No. 38" N
of all IliscaFe ; the great, first cause
Springs from neglect of Nature's latrs:o
'ien a CURE is guaranteed
IN ALL S
SECRET ID ISE ASES
Sclf-Ahuse, ;;;;Creou.s De iluy, Strictures; Meets
* Gral , l., Diabeta i I)is ascs . of the Kidneys and
B l ...iaer, Mercurial Rheumatism,- Scrofula,
Pains in the Bones an I Ankles,Discases of the
.LII7t,'S, Throat, Nose did L'yes, Ulcers w . pcsi the
Dtol:: , or Limes, Canoe}.,. Dropsy, KyilTtic Fits,
St. Filet's Dan?c, andlall elis: , 6es ariein4fratn
a dcrneement of the Siirual
c.. 2 LTII as Nervous - Trembling, Loss of Mom,
.0 ory, Loos of Powr, General Weakness,
Dimness of Vision will peculiar spots appeari
hip, before the es ei L ss of Sight, Wakeful"
It e r2s„ D, spepsia, Ili% er Dieease, Eruptions upon
the face. Pain in tl-e back and heed, yemalti
irregularitie, and n:1 :-.., proper tilEch4rgesTrern
both ,tees. it mottcsr, not from - n hat calm
the disca, , e origitiaTed; h'wevcr tong standing
or GbA;nl. te the case, ecorery is certain, and in
a ,porter time than a pei - WM/Ult. cure can be ef
fected by any other treJatment, even after the
diocese has baffled the skill of emit - cent physi
cians and resh , tt.d all tl air means of cute. The
wed: sines are pleasant without odor, causing no
sieknoss and tree from mercury or balsam.
-During twenty" yettrs of, practice, Hinve resorted
front the jaws of De:.o. many thousands, who,
in the lost stages-of th ? e hove mentioned dis
.N:Se.... 11. , .d hien given , p to die by their phy:si
c:.;m., wt iet W:'` '11!ItFlIte in promising to the
. . .
.1i.e1.t.5.1. I\ l, ,^..". j•I.:4C, tll(lll , r2`.CS Under my
i•re. a pollee: end most t.ptedy cuff , . 5c.,,,10t
Oicases are the gitatdst tnemies to health, as
they :Ire the lir,:t :,use of Consumption, Sera
ufa, and many c:her . c: sees.es, 'and should be a
terror to the ithinan family, As a permanent
cure L 5 500 reel: ovtr toTected, a majority ot the
ca. e. Mil;im - into the hands of u,competent
i,er;zon.., who not only !Mil to Cure the dim.asfs
Lot rit:n the constitdion, tilling the system
with mercury, t‘ hich, tvitli the diSease, has
tens the sufmer into al rapid Consumption.
But Amild the di.sease and the; treatment
tot ramie death spcon !y - 'ad the victim mar
riet, the disease is cot:!
i!eti upon the children,
who are born with fei.ble constitutions, -and
the I:orient of life corrhpftd by a virus which
bet rays itself in ;.-crorulla, Totter, ElFers, Ernp,
tious ma other affect;iMs of the Skin, Eves,.
Throat Pnd Lungsenta thing 14 on them a I;ricf
existence of sobering and coMig,ning them to
an early grave.:
SE s anOther formidable enemy
to health, for noiLing
diseases causes so destructive
a drain upon the systc M, drawing its thousands
of victims threnab a lfew 3 -jars df suffering
down to an untimely grave. it destroys the
Nervous system, Tapia - wastes away the en
mg.es of life, 011116:.'S mental derangement,
prevents the proper dev dopntent-of the system,
disqualifies for marri; Vie ; societyi ;business'
and all earthly ha pmn es, rtrd leaVes the suf-.
ferer ~ricked in body .nd trtind, predisposed
to consnmpt!on and a rain cf eyilS more to be
dreaded than death iti‘elf. With' ',the fullesl,
confidence I assure the; unfortunate-victims of
Self-Abuse that a parnanent and speedy cure
can be affected, ni.d ivio :the nhanfloument of
ruinous practices - my patients can be restored
to robust. vigorous health,
The afflicted are cautioned against the nso
of Patent Medicines, for there ere so Many
ingenious ,snates in theMolumns of; the public
prints In catch and rob; the unwary- sufferers
that millions have their constitutions ruined
by Ow y;M compounds of quack 'doctors, or
the evil:Alf poisonous; nostrunts:ivended as
-.patent Medicines.'' I liav i e carefUliy analyzed
many of the so Walled Patent Medicines and
find that nearly- All onliem Contain Corrosive
Sublimate, which is one Of the Str'ongest pre- ;
partitions of mercury and it dc;itdly poison,.
which instead of curing the aisenSe disablel
the system for life. I .1
Three-fourths of the patent notrums now
in use are put up by unprincipled and ignorant ;
persons, who do not understand eVen the 'eh ;
p halutt. of the'niateria niectied, and are equally.
ctt cleAitute of any knowledge of the human
system, having one object enl,y in view, and
that to male money regardless of eonseitien
Irregularities and all diseases Afi males and
females treated 6n principles established by
twenty years of practice; and sanctioned by
thousand , of the - mo4runarliable Mires. Med
icines with full directioni sent to any part of
the United States or Cipladas, ity patients
communicating their synip;toms by letter.—
Business correspondencestrictly Confidential.
Address. , .
J. SITNIMERViLI,t, M. D.
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