The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, August 05, 1858, Image 3

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    1:oin an emtg.
- 1 1 , 5 k :he attention of Farmers and
05 to the
_article on our fourth page
ti the Atlantic ..ifonthly. They will
iteutertainine:, truthful and timely,
l i e p r ogress of Slavery in the United
edition of this work, eighty
octavo, in a paper cover, has just
polished. It will be furnishedi
postage, at twenty-five cents per
le co py, at one dollar for fire copies,
Olt dollars for fifty copies, and at
dollars for one hundred copies,
ate lv 'nailed, if desired.
lddres3, GEORGE M. WESTON,
Washington f D. C.
peteison's -Philadelphia Counterfeit
tfctur, for August, is received. It is
st-elass Bank Note Reporter. In the
:ot number is the following import-
MEI
!everal persons have been going
lel the country obtaining subscribers
'eterson's Counterfeit Detector, and
tenting themselves as agents for the
We here no authorized agents
!anywhere obtaining subscribers for
The only sure way to obtain it reg
;, is to remit One dollar per mail,
Jied in a letter to T. B. Peterson &
:hers, 306 Chestnut Street, Philadel
and you will then receive the De
e punctually, on or before the first
of each and every month for one
.011: A Pocket Manual of Practical
iculture ; or How to Cultivate. all the
di Crops. Eaihrac!ng an Exposition of,
:Sstere and Action of Soils a.nd Manures ;
.I'rinciplcs of Rotation in Cropping;
::i9nS for Irrigation, Draining, Snbsoiling,
g-,Plantina Hedges, etc.; Descriptions
Inproved Agricultural Implements ; In
-viloss is the Cultivation of the various
Crap , .; HOW to Plant and Cultivate
,h ar d. etc. With a most valuable Essay
k rm M.li i ng,ment: By the author of
lutr to Behave," how to do Business,"
i t ßarden," etc. New York: Fowler &
it):Gi. [Price, postpaid, in paper, 30
;::s: in cent.s.]
the readers of "The Garden" it is
try only to say that this excellent
Lan-book is by the same author,
fully equal in value to that popular
It treats in a clear, concise,
•uf-faet way of both the theory and
tetice of air culture. It tells you
cultivate all the common field crops,
that is better, gives you the princi
ich underlie all the practical opera
' cultivation, so that you can tiso
10(14 any practical directions Liven
full understanding. of what, you are
It gives not only the " how" but
why" of farming. The knowledge
ccc will get from it may make a
ice of hundreds of dollars in a farm-
icome in a single season.
nd opecially no young farmer, can
eurd to be without it. So much
le information for so little money
Aare to say can be found nowhere
The essay on farm management, by
liotnas, here reprinted by the per
of the author, is alone well worth
Ice of the book. It is adapted to
..yea of people who are interested to
lairs, and to all sections of the
• erle3 of four "Rural Hand-Books"
ich this belonfrs—" The House,"
Garden," " The Farm," and " Do-
.Animals"—will be furnished to
ibers ordering them all at the same
1. Address,
FOWLER AND WELLS,
BUS Broadway, New York.
AORED TrEIRESS.- . --BrO. M. L)
id, of Waltham, and J. Haverill,
;ridge, Mass., have just returned
visit to old Virginia. The most
tug feature of the return is that
tak;ord brings back with him a lit-,
and girl of thirteen years, whose
has given her her freedom, and'
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS. The
,)f this is to be es ended edu
the little girl, and the principal
to her liands when she is of age.
mulatto, with a very modest aud
little face. And we are greatly
m if she has not fallen into the
true friends. Bro. Bickford in
gUe her a finished education,
his gentle and kind family we
Lot she will find a happy home,
!hare all that his own enjoy, and
the difference between slavery and
1, between being a chattel and a
• the is young enough to grow
cit, if not quite, oblivious of her
hgradation, Would that there,
Ailin g at the North to remind her
hyradation of color.
the hi - doomed to sit down with
u in her soul and weep, as the
blasts of disdain heat in her face,
bet back from the society. which
ited mind and pure heart natu
ret.
.May the Lord change her
that at last, in the land of true
md pure goodness, she May be
:of angels; where her.social *-
CH not be the result of any iru
:eat in her own origin in complex
(of the superiority ohe sot
lich she is transferred.f t
Heremen
Fold enough to tolerate what an
tre et aiwY* Imperfection is proud,
,
perfection is lowly. Jesus
could associate with those-,Whom Phari
sees looked upon with disdain. Brother
Bickford has a rare privilege, in our view.
To raise the lowly is the office of Chrisi,
Baptist: •
23,11q0.4ne0N' its.
Vir We unll announce Candidates for Office . al
the rate of $1 each, xlc ADVANCE, fok.all oecUpying
10 lines or less—each additional line 10 cents.
County Treasurer.
To the Votevt of Potter Countif : —The- un
dersigned offers himself as a Candidate for the
Office of COUNTY TREASURER—subject to
the decision of the Republican County Con
vention. will not disguise the fact that I
desire the office, and I take this Method of so
liciting your support for the nomination.
Respectfully, ELI REES.
Coudersport, July 28, 1858, —*l
County Tireasurei.
Editor of the . Potter Jotirnal: SlR—Please
announce the name of SALA.ST,EVENS,
Esq., of Clara, as a candidate for the office
of COUNTY TREASURER, subject to the de
cision of the Republican County Convention.
Mr. Stevens has been long
.autl well knoWn to
the Republicans of this County as a staunch
and unwavering member of the party, and has
equal claims with any other' candidate for' the
office. Yours, &c., - SHARON.
Sharon, July 19, 1858.
.•
County Treasurer Ship.
Fellcw-CitaTrts:—l feel a degree of pride in
having been an inhabitant of Potter . County
for a goodly number of years:. I-hereby pre
sent myself to you as a.Candidate for the Of
fice of COUNTY TREASURER.,—subject, of
course, to the decision of the Republican Noth
inating Convention.
JASON LEWIS,
Keating, July, 17, 1858,:-
Assembly—Antl-Lecompton.
To the Electors of the RepreSentatire District
composed of the Counties of Tioga and Potter
am a Candidate for the office of Represent&
tive in the next General Assembly.
rest
be elected, my constuents may rest assured
that, to the best of my ability, they will be
represented upon the principles of the Decla
ration of Independence and the Constitutioa
of the Union ; and especially that the People
of the Territories kinciuding Itilinsas,) have the
same right to resist the cnforcementjof Slavery
upon them against- their will, that our Fathers
had to resist the Stamp Act of George
and throw his Tea into Boston- Harbor. If
this be Treason, make the most of it. ,
JNO. M. Klll,llOl/RNN
Pike, potter Co., Pd., June 30, 1858,
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVEN•
THE REPUBLICAN ELECTORS of the
County of Nttcy are requested to choose Three
Delegates from each Townithip, on Friday,
the 20th day' of August, next, tolrep
resent said township in a County Convention
to be held iu Coudersport, on
TUESDAY, AUGUST 24TH,
for the purpose of putting in nomination Can
didates fur County Officers, to he supported at
the ensuing election, and for the transadtion
of such other business as may come before
them. It is earnestly requested. that full .del
egations be sent from each township. 4 list
of the Vigilance Committees of the seteral
townships is published herewith, whose duty
it will be. to attend to the organization of the
Primary Meetings, A. C. TAGGART, :
Chairman of County Committee,
Coudersport, July 20, 1858.
Vigilance C
Allegany.
G. W. G. Judd,
Henry Nelson,
J. C. Bishop.
No farm-
At butt.
David Conway,
Frederick Sulu.,
George Rahn.
Bingham.
Isaac Jones,
G. F. Perry,
Walter Leonard.
Clara.
S Lla Stevens,
l'eter Vandarwacka,
Austin Allen.
Coudervort.
Isaac Benson,
Z. J. Thompson,
Elenry .1. Olmsted
Ea!cilia.
Barak Niles,
Lyman Nelson,
0. J. Spafford.
Genesee.
0. IL Perry,
Charles Leach,
S. E. Darrow.
Harrison.
Israel Dodge,
Henry Outman,
Wolsey Burtis.
Hector.
C. P. Kilbourn,
Cyrus Sunderlin,
James Tanner.
Homer.
Edwin Thatcher,
Jacob Peet,
AULT, Crosby.
114bron,
George W, Stillman,
George Estesy
G. G. Rossitkr.
Jerokgan.
David Crowell,
Rufus Thompson
Keating,
Pliny Harris,
E. Flinchbaugh,
Jason Lewis,
Is formed with thousands of pores in every
inch of surface whose office it is to carry off
the impurities of the blood—the acknoWledged
cause of all diseases of mankind—when the
skin is.dry and parched—when it is 'covered
with eruptions—when it is cold and clammy
—when limit is inward fever_or inflammation
—it is impossible for the skin under these cir
cumstances to perform its proper functions
and to carry off the impurities from the body
as Waned br onr Creator.
Morse's Indian Rant Pills remove these ob
structions, and produce free and healthy blood,
removes the eruptions from the skin, and
cause it to brighten with the flush of youth
and beauty. Beauty so much admired and
and loved, Beauty without paints andcosmet
ics—but beauty produced by health and hap
piness.
Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are sold
by all dealer/I . in Medieinee;
VENTION,
ommittees:
Oswayo
E. Lyman,
H. H. Lyman,
Jerome Chesebro.
Pike.
John Caron,
J. Q. Merrick.
Portage.
Edwr.rd Huff,
11. F. Sizer,
Lemuel Lucore
Pleaseint; VW
Matthew. Mellowl;
John J Roberts,
John F. Clark.
Mould. .
John Lyman, Jr.,
Christopher Knowlton
E. IL Burt. •
•Seewardson,
Henry Andreson,•,
Leroy Crittenden.
Sylvania.
Robert Young,
Pardon Haskins,
C. C. Rees.
Summit.
Merrick Jackson,
Alfred Ayres, .
J. M. Bassett.
Sweden.
G. L. Catlin,
Matthew Ostrander,
IL - L. Bird,
Sharon.
Joseph Mann,
L, Starkweather,
A, L, Ballard,
Ulymesi
0, A, Lewis,
Lucian Bird,
Dan Baker.
Wee Branch.
Erastus Crippen,
S. M. Conable,:
Lemuel Hammond
li7zartort
John Bensley,
J. W. lionnd.f,
John Be:afield;
~pz.ai~{ ~iufi~~s,
THE SKIN
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A. U.C.I BR4IPCILEII4 -
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MANUFACTURED OP
GLASS SYRINGES. HOMEOPATHIC Irms,
GRADUATED MEASURES, HUES
ERY BOTTLES,. ETC.
- Glass Ware for Chemists,- Druggist?, Pei
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-by the package. A liberal discount made to
the trade. Orders from Country Druggists and
Dealers solicited. Price Liss sent onl appli
cation. 11 :2-3tno.6Lco.
Council Notice.
AT a regular meeting of the Town Council
of the Borough Of Coudersport, held on
the 2nd day of August, 1858, the. following
Preamble and. Resolution was passed:
WHEREAS, There are certain SIDE-WALKS
which were ordered to be built, by Ordinance
of May, 1857, now remaining unbuilt and un
finished therefore,.
&Raved, That the Secretary he in*ncted
to give notice that SEALED PROPOSALS
will be received until the FIRST MoNDAY tN
SEPTEMBER NEXT, at the Office of they Town
Council, for building and completing the fol
lowing-Side-waits; ' OH South side of Second
St.. opposite Lots NOs. 110, 181 & 168' ; on
Noith side of Second St., opposite Lots N 0. ,.
109, 126 and lots of I. Benson;' on East side
of Main St., opposite Lots Nos. 168 & 169; on
South side of Third. St., opposite Lot No. 129 ;_
and on North side of Fourth St., opposite Lot
No. 134. At which time and place above.
metioned Contracts wan be awarded to the
lowest And best`bidders.
y order of Council,
SA3II. II: STORRS, &e'y
"The Oreateat Biography of the Age."
NOW READY: TEE
LIFE OF MONKS JEFFERSON,
BY HENRY S. RANDALL, LL. D
In ;Three Volumes , Octavo.
THIS work contains upwards of 2,000 pages,
is printed on fine
. paper, and handsomely
hound in various styles. It is illustrated by
several engravings un steel, and numerous/Ise
Aim:ilk:7; among the former are two fine por
traits of JEFFERSON. The fac shall:a embrace,
among others, the original draft of the Ikeda,
ration of Independence, in Jefferson's own
hand-writing.
This is, in every SUMO, AN AUTHORIZED WORK:
it was undertaken under the approbation of
his family, and with an unreserved access
to all the private pal era of JEFFERSON in their
1 possession; and has received the benefit of
their recollections and opinionsat every step.
The work contains the expressions of JEF
FMISON on every great public question which
arose, Trout ,his advent to public life to his
death—a period of about sixty years. and em
bracing the whole forini.l 4 7 period of the Re
public- It contains JEFFERSON'S heretofore
unpublished family correspondence; selec
tions from his finest published letters, state
papers, etc., etc.
OPINIONS OF• THE PRESS :
"No other Life of Jefferson ever published—
probably none. that ever will be published—
eau bear any comparison to this in thorough
ness, fullness of incident and conscieltious fi
delity. *. *'
This biography has evidently been a labor-of
love, and the years of patient, assidious toil it
hag cost, 'have been given with ungrudging,
untiring enthusiasm."—New York Tribune.
“4.1. t length the public haVe a Life of Thom
as Jefferson that is not only fascinating, and
therefore sure to be popular, but one that will
stand the essential historic test—that of accu
racy and, truthfulness. It is seen that the
ground-work of the whole is authentic cotem
pantry material, and of the highest order. To
gather it has been the work of years We
would not compare this volume w th that in
imitable and incomparable biography of Bos
well, and yet so faithful is the portraiture that
JeTerson is made to draw of himself, that his
nature, his very soul, is delineated with a dis
tinctness not unlike that in which Johnson
stands out in the pages of Boswell."—Boston
Posi.
' Imbued with that ent iusiastic admration
.1 his subject, without which a biographer is
rarely successful, Mr. Randall nevertheless does
not seek to hide whatever faults he may find,
either from himseif or from the reader. Ile
paints the picture as Cromwell insisted his
should be painted, 'warts and all ' The picture
gains by this in life-like coloring, without los
ing any of its majestic proportions."—Albany
Evening Journal.
"Nu one who runs his eve, however casual
ly, over thjs' work, will fail to be satisfied that
Mr. Randall has added very largely to the
stock of the world's information about Jeffer
son, that'he has had access to sources hitherto
unexplored, and that he has done more than
was ever done by any one before him to illus
trate the personality of that great statesman."
—Neo York Evening Pos!.
!ad with delight Mr. Randall's
captii ails of Mr. Jefferson's personal
histoi he has sedulously gathered, and
admit sped together, from a great va
rietyt itic sources hitherto unexplored.
Out of the teMpting richness of his materials,
the able and cigar -sighted author has con
structed a book,\at once most entertaining
and instructive—one that should be studied
by eTery patriot in the laud, Richmond En
quirer,
"There ran he only one opinion as to the
ability, general imparti4ity and industry
which Mr. Randall bas brottglit into combina
tion in. the composition of this s biography. *-*
* He has worthily executed4t much want- .
ed book."—Plidadelpia Press. \
"It will tske place among the choicest class
ics of American literature, and be onsulted
by every - future historian of his coutt:ry."—
Philacklphia;Evening Bulletin.
"We like it because it neither conceals4al
- exaggerates, nor distorts, but approahlt
es, in every linstance, and in every particular,
the career Of the noble character whose opin
ions. Ivwe dime so much to shape the domestic
and foreig,nipidicy of the nation he contribu
ted-so greatly to call into existence."—N. 0.
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fsEr ThiS work will be SOLD EXCLUS
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Experienced Canvassing Agents wanted, in
all parts lof the country, to obtain subscribers
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counties thcy would like to canvass.
Specimen copies will be sent by mail, pre
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For full particulars address
DERBY & JACKSON, Publishers,,:
- No. 119 Nassau Street New York.
Coudersport Academy.
NOTICE is hereby given that an Election
will be held by the Stockholders of said Insti
tution, at the Court House in Coudersport, on
FRIDAY, THE 6TH DAY OF AUGUST, next,
between the hours of I and 5 o'clock P. for
the purpose of electing TRUSTEES, as re
quired by law. By order of the Board.
Coderaport, July 20, 1858.
'A 'Card from flr.;Aames
Jarret of the :New York Lung
infirmary.-. My connection for the past
eight years with the above Instittiti4, - as Chief
Physician, anda twelve years' coinieof steady
devotion to the Cure of PulmonarOonstimp
lion rand .its kindred diSeases, together with
my unrivalled opportunities and adVantagee of
pathological researehaided not a, little by a
perfect system of Medical inhalatioik—has en
abled me - td arrive nt a decisive, direct, and
sucdessful cobrse of treatment for the positive
and radical cure of all diseases of the Throat;
Lungs, and Air-Passages. .By Inhalation, the
vapor and curative Properties of medicines are
directly addressed to the diseased organs and
the intexurnents. Ido not advise the use of
Medical Inhalation of any kind, to:the exclu
sion of general treatment; and althOngli I con
sider it a useful adjitrant in 'the proper man
agement of those fearful - unit often fatal dis
eases, yet I deem it very'neeessary that each
patient should have the benefit of both general
and local treatment. The success of mv treat
ment in the above diseases, and the 'high char e
acter of the Institution over which 'I have-rso
long had the honor to preside, are too well
known to nacd any eulogy or comment from
me. At the solicitation of many private and
professional friends, through whose philline
thropic aid the above charity has been long
and liberally supported, and after d.te consid
eration, I have concluded to. make -Such ar
rangements as will bring the- benefits of my
experience and treatment within the reach of
all, and not confine myself, as heretofore, to
- those only who entered the Infirmary, or who
were able to visit-me at my' office. Hoping
therefore that the arrangement will give entire
satisfaction, both to my professional brethren
and the public, I would respectfully announce
in conclusion, that I can' now be consulted per
sonally or by letter, on all diseases as above;
and that the medicines, the same as:' used in
the Institution, prOareil to suit each :individ e
ual case. Inhaling Vapors, Medical Inhalers, &c.,
,te., will be forwarded by express to any part
of the United States or the Canadas. TERMS--
My terms of treatment by letter are as follows,
viz.: $l2 per month for each patient, which
will include medicine sufficient tor one month's
use; also, Inhaling Vapor,
and an inhaling
Apparatus.. Payment. as follows.: $6 to be
paid to Express Agent on receipt of :the box
of Medicine, and the balance $6 to'be paid at
the expiration of the month, if the patient be
cured or is entirelv.satisfied with the -treat
ment. Patients, by giving a full history of
their case, and their symptoms in full, can be
treated as well by letter as by personal exam
ination. Patients availing themselves of Dr.
Jarrett's treatment may rely upon immediate'
and permanent relief, as he' seldom, has to
treat a case over thirty days. Letter§ for ad
vice promptly answered. For further partic
ulars address
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No. 820 Broadway, cor. Twelfth St., N. Y
P. S.—Physicians and others visiting the
city are respectfully invited to call at the In
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witnessed, and where our improved
.apparatzis
for the inhalati6n of medicated vapor can be
seen and inspected. 11:2-Gruo.
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/3E
BEST QUALITIES,
in this town and Olean. One of the firm bay
ing had OVER 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE in
Merchandizing,—and with abundant pecunia
ry facilities` we know we can
BACK
our statements, and everybody is. invited to
test the truth of the same.
We furnish Merchants and Pedlars CHOICE
SUPERFINE FLOUR at $1 14 bhl. ; 'SALT at
$1,75;
Fine YOUNG-HYSON TEA 37} ets:l4
lb.; Choice WHITE FISH and TROUT $4,50
1-bbl.; HEST NAILS $1,25 1 keg,—other
things in prOportion. We can do you good,
and expect to receive pay for our labor and
investment .:by selling large amonts, in the
wholesale way, to Merchants, Hotels, Pedfars
Se. We are aware that every Picaninni shop
tells the same yarn, and advertise ten times
More thaw they have or can do; but come and
see us, and You will say,
NO LIE TO THIS!
E. P. CLARK—one of the firm—has
built a.
Bari ki.n Er 0 ce
adjoining the store, and is prepared to furnish
DRAFTS AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE
for this country; England, Ireland and Scot
land, make Collections Remittances, buy all
tifOtrUi:fq 7 J ' OlC:gtj
at its valnei furidift Gold nfid Sirver,,&c., and
other things growing out of t.lte business.
LOCATION—Foot of PLANK-ROAD ST.,
on the Rair-Road Track.
CLARK & PHILLIPS.
Wellsvili l e, July 7, 1358.-10:51—tf7.
, - -
PIANOS AND ETELODEONS, -
THE subscriber would respectfully inform
the citizens of Potter Co., that I L will fur
nish to order, Pianos and Melodeous from the
best manufactories in the Union, and upon
reasonable [terms.' All letters" of inquiry will
receive, prompt attention. I
Address, . C. D. BROWN,
tlyssel, Potter Co., Pa.
Ulysses, May 25, 18.`A.— 5-Bt.
TO EVERY - FEit'ALE .f.N r ' THE. UNITED
MRS. NIONTAGIg'S_FEMALE CORDIAL
UOR THE CUTE OF ALL THOSE PAIZIEUL
-12 DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN'.. •
Mrs. MosrAnne,! for many years afiBicte4
with moat of the; dfseases that are common to
females, spending . large fortune in ten years
in trying the different means ;of. treatment for
her relief to no avail, was prevailed upon br.
Many : of iter.frieildS to visit Cuba, December
48, ?or the purpose of regainin. , her former
health. While there, she obtained a prescrip
..
tion from a Spanish Physician—. • •
"Whose Silv'er locks, •
. • ! Were fending to the-grave." . • !
With which, thrOugh the mercy of God, sh
was restored to her youthful health. • • .!
After her return she made known to hun
dreds of her female sufferers the effects of the
remedy with equally as great success. !"
This extraordinary medicine is offered to Om
publie. for the relief and cure of all the painful
and dangerous discases peculiar to women;
and that the female, constitution is subject to.
. To those suffering, from - " Prolapsus uteri;"'
Lucorrhoea, Ammorrlioea, 'lenorrhngia; Dy's
menorrhoca-ChiOro'os, a speedy care can .be
obtained. .
!To those snfferin from Falliugof the Womb
.4r Uterine Weakness of any kind, the Female
Cordial is especially recommended. It is-wari
ranted to cure this painful disease if parse-,
vered in. • ,
In all spinal Affections, pain in the region,
of the Pelvi4 ; tOWllt`s3 of Spirits, itysteria,l
Sick-headache, 'nod all those diseases arlsingH
from the peculiar formation of women, the!
Cordial will be found of an immense value.
This medicine moderates all excess, and re-,
MOVC3 all obstruction ; it invigorates the de-,
biliated constitution for the duties of life, - and'
when taken in Middle age proves a blessingi
Modesty forbids us, in a public advertise
mem, to make full the details • but the wrap
per around each letter will fully explain every
case.
yerchants, females, or others, by ser ding
three cents tamp, can have any informatina
respecting the operations of the medicine.
Agents wanted in ever); village in the T.Tn4
ted states. Put up in half pint bottles; $2,00
per bottles ; 50 per cent. off t'o the trader'"All
orders must be addressed to
11:1-1v
Novel and Extraordinary !
NEW SCHEDULE OF PREMIUM'S
OP THE
UNITED. STATES JOURNAL
Publishing House.
NCOURAG ED by the UNEXAMPLED
LA SUCCESS of our novel and extraordina
ry Premium Offers, in the circulation of the
long-established and popular pictorial Month
ly, the UNITED STATES JOIMICAL, and in -the
sale of our valuable Books, we now announce
our UM programme of premiums for the Sea
son of ISSB and I e)9, embracing the celebra
ted Art Union Series of twelve large and splen
did Steel Plate Engraving, and a_schedule of
GOLD WATCHES', RICH JEWELRY of. all
hinds, GOLD PENS, etc., offered on a scale of
liberalby surpassing all previOus otters.
Our Jewelry is composed exclusively of the
richest first-class articles, Warranted -to' ho
solid gold, or precisely as represented, and ev
ery person selects his own premium. Ours is
the only Publishing House that-offers Premi:-
ums on this plan, or that furnishes this claSs
of Jewelry.
The following is 'a
-list of a few of the arti
cles, with the amount of the club for whith lit
is given as a prbmium, and the postage.re
quired for its delivery by mail:
:Splendid Detached Lever, Enam
elee Dial eighteen carat Gold
Watch, warranted a perfect time
keeper . . . . $6O 00 "
Elegant Lepine Enameled Dial 18 °
carat Gold Watch . . 50 00
Large Double-Slide Gold Pencil
and Gold Pen, warranted to be [P03147e.
solid gold throughout . 600 9c.
Beautiful Gold Pencil, warranted to
be solid gold throughout .
Gold Pencil, Gold Watch Key, and
Gold Tooth Pick combined.
Extensive Silver-Case Pencil (war
ranted same as coin) and Gold
Pen
Rich Gold Band Bracelet .
Fancy Gold Mosaic Bracelet .
Superb lined Gold Locket, engrav
ed and turned . . . 4 00
Set of Gold Cameo Ear Drops . 600
Set of Gold Coral Ear Drops, 6 00
Gold CaMeo Piu for Lady, 5 00
Gold Flo! entine Pin for Lady, 5 00
Gold Bar Cluster Pin for Gentem'n 2 00
Set of Gold Cameo Studs, 3 00
Set of Engraved, Lined Gold Studs, 2 00
of Gold Cornelian Sleeve But- ,
tons, for Lady or Gentleman,
Superb Friendship Ring, solid six
teen carat gold, richly enameled, , 4 00
A alias's Ring, solid sixteen carat
geld, set with stone,
Among the Engravings art
The Signing of the Death Warrant
of Lady Jane Grey, from the cel
ebrated Painting by Daniel Hun
tingdon. 22 inches long by 17
inches wide, $1 00
The Trapper's Last
,Shot, from the
.- great painting , by W. Romney,
18x24, . 1 00
The Angler's Daughter; from the
great painting by Landseer, 50
Sparking, froM the painting' by F.
W. Edwards, : 50
(For fut Schedule, see our Catalogue.)
The UNITED SISTES Jourtx.it,, contains ix
teen large folio pdges, ably edited and iv - -
fasely illustrated. Price only 50 cents a year.
Our. Catalogue contains over 1,000 ofl the
most useful, entertaining, and popular w rks
of the day.
.. •
Any person sending us 50 cents or, more
either for the JOCIINAL or for Books at the knit=
est prices, is entitled to the same amount in:.
any of the premiums of his own seleAtion erCond
the schedule, 11e is also entitled to extra
Premiums amounting to $l, and extra. Books
or Journals amounting to $1 for'eveq club . of
$lO, thus receiving for $lO, Books or Jour- .
nals amounting, to $ll, and Premiums amount
big to $ll. The amount ID prepay Aiostugo
on the Premiums, should accompany- each
order,.
Every reader is invited to form a club, aild
we wish to arrange with some person at eery
Post Office, to act as local agent and co es
pondent, who will. be richly paid therefor '
i
Specimens and Catalogues sent free.on ap-.
plication. Send on a few subscription . at
once and select your premiums from the abitve,
or when you-receive the Catalogue. •
J. M. EMERSON d: CO., Publishers,
406'Broadway, New For .'
, .
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MARK G ILLOINT,
DRAPER and TAILOR, late from the Ci of
' Liverpool, England. Shop opposite C urt
House, Coudersport, Potter Co. Pa. .
N. B.—Particular attention paid to C T.
TEcG. .
KEZESII
Dr. J. D. STONEROAD, -
(Sole Proprietor,)
Lewistown; Pa., Box 111.
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