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ii i iii =:itiAti4iiii4g. ‘-
QUarterlY bleu`tiug ofAU'
o d er spert_ Library Association'` tikes
on Saturday Afternoon; :blorianber
;:o,at the house of the Libiaridu.
o re e arnestly" solicited to be - presant
'of importance will be
r o e Winter :Term of-Coudersport.Aead
i is:ill open on Ttiesdity;'the.' 14th' of
~c,taiberaext. Those sphb wish to en
rooms for the parpo'sti -of boarding
. v2 lres, had better secure them at an
i s d a y.., Grain of ail kinds will betaken
,raitioll, if p ro., p: ly delivered: .
, --- • J. lll:sprucK; Principal.
:11:e AtlonCr _ll(mth/ y, for November
i o onr table, 'with a list of contents
ipinor any Maguire.' Among
, 00d things we notice "A Visit to
;?..Szitoerat's Landlady," presuined to
t, r ir) the pen of flolmes. We
tle Doctor Lr.§ resumed writin g
; the AI/untie,
Thr weather has been beautiful for
: ; 3 , ::ing in crops this entire aututun,-
clr farmers have been able to save
I .cir corn and potatoes-buth of these
being very good, thuulth the CpITI
:,,Isewllat injured by the early - frost
•,:nieular sections of the county.' The
I tlier is rum fast getting winterisb, be-
crerely cold nivhts and pleasantly
; 1 1 r-time;. We wake these statements,
iase, for the information- of our
fn ((e Jlnitongabela and In,
Fdir. , , during the last week,- the
:.:I'retainnis fur rapid Business and
nliwotal Penmanship were awarded to
:iron iuy College of this pity. The
pntruliagC of this Institution is
*rtlian that.of any other four Cow-
Colleges of the Union, and offers
mlges superior to all otherS in' every
, h.of 11u,iness Education, as Well as
rahn,liip fir which it is so pre-eini
-'sdistinguished.—Pitist dry Evening
7f this week publish the list of Pm
:T.,acrardedat the recent Fair., They
incontinent or explanation from us,
K.vh as they are most liberal and
--,e)asidering the pecuniary'ability of
Scky and the pinching scarcity of
al We hope„,el, , ery farmer in the
Ti rill receive encouragement frow
'A to put forliard his-heSt endeavors
the Fair in 1839 a greater sue
a better display thaii that of 1858,
:rasing the necessity for first class
titirot in order to win the premiums.
: a Pocket Manual of
atol Sheep Husbandry.; em
r:::-.; Direction , for- the Breeding,: Rear-.
6-tmeral ManauctuenL of all Domes
: 'Rules for the linproi - emeut of
t.dt. ; How to insure the Health of Ani
: an Illow to Cure their Diseases with-
VA: of Drags ; rt chapter on
:•kepigq. By the author of "The Gar
kin Farm." etc. York : Fow-
t Wctis. hire, piper, cts. ; muslin
re in4lclited to the publishers fur
of the abare work. The value of
and cvpusive works of writers
rnrious subjects treated in this
in d, i. 5 unclifputed; but these
tisatvis of readers who cannot well
ty buy thew.. To meet the wants
is the purpose of this counact
k,inure of about 170 pages. It is
t'.ie 0 6'1z—concise hi its descrip-
Le. is its practical directions,
'nits treatwent, and reliable in
r TO SCHOOL TEACHERS AND.
.:ußS.—Tlie County Superintend
•ll rauet the Teachers, for examina
,79ardtory. to IV it, ter Schools,
-,)to the followin7 arrang•Juaent :
31uuday, Nov. 22d, at
WednCsday, Nov. 24th, at
ik rii)leitic:Tintr,..day, Nov. 25th,
Friday, Nuv.. 26th,
Ceitirc, Saturday, Nov. 27th,
• 5,^6 0 1 House.
'°✓, Monday, Nov. 29th, at the
'it, Tuesday, Nov. 30th, at the
ec,itre, Wednesday, Dee. Ist,
;91 Thursday, Dee. 2d, at the
'I, Wednesday, Deb. Bth, at the
House near Philander Reed's.
Friday, Dec. 10th, at New
Exa mination;, at each of the above
curianeuce. at it) o'clock A. M.
Year past, there has been quite
=e of attendance at the exami
on the part of . Directors and
Ji education ; and it is hoped that
lJe• Teachers are requested to pre
' oselve.s with pen, ink and paper;
`de's' e.r Fourth. Reader..."
ITENDIUCK Co. Superintendent.
"fancy men" -have recently
set to!' at , Lung l'oint. Cauada,,for
I Pl o adlip of the United States,
n the- i nirson4=of John= .111rrissey and
John .tS..l.e seenan. :;Morrissey...wasLOe
victor, after etoyerinds.
SPrefal , Dirprtfeh to MCP/tile/ophi¢ Bulleffr4
ll iLE, Pa.,Friday; Oct. 22,188'
The. Clark and Twiggy tragedy was to-iday
bfOught to 'a
conclusion by the execution
of Mrs. Mary Twiggs for the thurtler of
3lrs. Clark.- ; • -
Mrs. Twiggy cerivicted Of the mar= of Mrs. Catherine Ann Clark, ;by
poisoning her with arsenic. The IniSiniud
(of Mrs. Clark was convicted. of the same:
charge, and was hung on the 20th
last month... The - - crime, was - committed
in the Spring of 1857. Mrs: 'Clark had
been. on a visit, to 'Philadelphia, and ire r
turned to her home in had healtb,! The
poison is supposed to have been adminis
tered in her medicine. Mrs. Twiggs act
ed as nurse, to Mrs. Clark, anti Was - the,
only one who attended MrS. Clark 'during
her illness.' Both were convicted :on 'the
strofigeat circumstantial evidenCe.
new trial was applied for, and a writ
error argued before the Supreme (Jona.
when the decision of the lower tributial
was confirmed. Every effort was.made
to obtain a pardon' for Mrs. Twinge:
titions were 'extensively circulated, and
signed, but Gov. Packer, after a careful.
review of the circumstances in con
nection with the ease,- positively refliaed
to grant the request.
The contleumeg woman passed
night rather comibrtably, sleeping - with
her children in her arms.. She bade fare
well to her brother and children ',this
morning, 'and affer devotional 'exercises
in her room, was taken to the scaffold .at
o'clock, leaning on the arm of one of
her spiritual advisers.
A chapter haying been read, and an
impressive prayer offered up on the scat=
fold, Mra: \ Twiggs spoke for six. or eight
minutes, proustin g her innocence,, de
her readiness to die angle - I
in a just Judge, only regretting to 'Clive
behind her her two orphan children. 11 .
She was much affected throughout
The solemnity of the scene was made
more impressive by her groans and Subs.
Even after the cap was r. drawn over; her
face she appealed to God in the most!ear-1
nest manner, and she asserted lieri
At 10 1 1 o'clock the drop fell, and after
struggling . a few moments, the wretched
Vice.- President Brerkittridge I.sVitg the
Re-Rection (if Draigtas—Admio6.:.
tration (A,ttilidate 1 ithdeatril.l
SPRINGFIELD; 111., October 22.—' 1 1rice-
Presitiont Breckinridgb writes to. the`Hon.
John Moore, Chairman of the Illinois
Deametatic State Committee, in reply to
an invitation to visit Illinois and address
the people, that the information of; the
committee that he desired. to do so iS in
correct; but that he will not .decline to
answer their courteous letter. Ile Says
that he cannot indorse the course of .Mr.
Douglas in the late session oil Congress
upon the Kansas question, brit that: tht:
question being practically settled, and Mrl,
Douglas being the leader of the deinocra:7-
cy- in Illinois in their present tight against,
Black Republicans, he sympathises with
him, desires his success, and tvusts , that
the democracy of that State, that has nev
er given a sectional vote, will not be found
now laggard in duty to the COnstitution
NV. Leßoy, the administration candi
date for Cone:re:is in the .Third District,
made a speech at Bioomington last night.
withdrawing his name as a candidate, and
advising his friends to support the regu
lar democratic nominee for Congress,
state officers and representatives who will
„tote for Douglas for United States Sena
tor. . .
'-Some twenty years ago; when in
the Virginia Legislature, Charles J.
Faulkner, now a rival of Gov., Wise for
the leadership of the Democracy a Vir
ginia, said :
"Sir, tax our lands--:—villify our country
—carry the sword of extermination
through our now defenceless Villages ; but
spare ttSj 1 implore . you, spare' . vs the
the chalice of the destroying angel;"
MO CONSUMPTIVES.—The advertisr hay
jL been restored to health in a few weeks,
by a very simple remedy, after havinr , ° suffer
ed several years with a severe Lung ..11Teetiup.
and that, dread diseaSe, Cousumption,—Li
anxious to make known to his fellow-suflererS
the means of cure. To all who desire it he
wilt send a copy' of the "prescription - used '(free
of charge), with directions for preparing and
acing the same, which. they will find a 'sure
Care for' Consumption, Asthma, llrwicl,iti.P, 4c.
Tile only object of the advertiser in ',sending
tne per4cription is tObenefit the afflicted, and
he hopes every sutler& will try his remedy, as
it sill cost them nothing, anci„mdy prime a
blessing. Panties wishing the prescription
will please address
'RE V. EDWARD A. WILSON, i •
10-31um.] • Williamsburg, Long Islan
The next session of this Society will
be held in 'the Court House at Couders
port, commencing on Monday, Ni4v; 15th
1858, and continuing five days. The
days •of .the session will be devoted, to
Teacher's drills, which will be condUcted
by Teachers of known - ability; - while .the
evenings will be, chiefly oectipicdl with
listening to Orationi,.Essays, Critical Re
views, -Discussions, &c. Messrs. SI,S,
Greenman and Harlan Bird will deliver
Original Orations.. Misses Caroline Haw
ley and Jennie N. Lyman Will read Es
says, Rev. J, Hendrick, C. H. Allen
and Miss Hawley will read .Critical e.
views of Brown's: Weld's ' and Kenyon's
~ - +xsss ~..~E:c.e;~;~~,j~y.`'-~_~.~l:.:''r:4~a m~~ ~44"6;t5..~~~,z
Grammars. sAirangcineots will he Ma!,".14
tol.render , the'expeysts--of.those 'may
atceidfroia . a distance as )igh
All - friends 9f Education are cordially
cited- to ,favor us. *ith their. prese n:ep 'ao d
aiil~ d' all aeixibers 7 ofithe".Assoeiaiion .
are urgently ttibO - present.
Ur,TssEs, o:or.'9c-185 1 5.' ' • .1
. I .
Like other iniLtintna.tiooi is calmed
purity of.the brood; tr,hicktausesuill ernpti
disease, - 113 ' Snit Tatintri, :Bcurvy, :Volts, VI: .
&e. The fiktba berng'unliCaltlty. and. of
an impare nature.' also ocrasions, Dropsies.
The blood beComing - Obstructed in the reins.,
!the watery part of the brood;lit consequence is
1.1) , from their extrernitics;and dropsy!
I is tha.re.sillt: , I Nany times it idoccasioned - by .
I improper treatment of St . u . nfi former: disease,
and the Vessel; being tilled lvlscroas humors!
instead of blood. Free erarnatiOns. by'Altege!
pills; open the paSsage I into, the bladder and
carry off 'the corrupted hutuors, and renew
them with pure and healthyl . blood, which will
drive out of :the body all tollanonation, to;
, tether With eruptions of the side, :and All
dropsical complaints., bdot shield;
'to every form of qisease .to glisrd ,and keep!
;you from the cold 'grasping hired dea th, anal
rause life and strength Jo, reniain, "and the!
!countenance to brighten with the liluoui ;of;
;beauty and health: •
Dr. - lorse'.s Indian Root Pillsare sold
4 all dealers in :ledieities.
[ IMPORTANT 1!
Working Right !
'" HALLO DA N.! don't run
'over a teller ! hat's your'hurry
Where•-yOu '-"Why Doe !
lam goil_ r ,:m . to the GREAT
'to STEBBINS' STORE 1
n:ean—to .get- sm . ile :Dry - Goods
and .a.few Groceries. I can get
good Print that never'll fade, for
10 cents per yard ; good sugar for
10 cents. He keeps everything
there. it. beats all how cheap he
sells for cash. 1-reck - on he'll do
the thing . up about right. He'll
Wbol, sale or. Retail just as you
,wane to buy-come up ?" " Well
I guess I will, I want a barrel of
flour and a few notions. Has - he
got a hic , Stock ?" " Yes he's
gut the hest assortment -of Dry
Goods, Groceries,: Hardware;
Crockery, Boots Shues, Hats
4- Gaps and Ready:Made Cloth
ing in the country~"
. All kinds of produce taken in
exchange fur trade.
P. A. STEBBINS
Coudersport, Oct. 1858
" GE7 TILE BESI."
A NATIONAL STANDARD.
. . _
° 1 All young, persons should hare a standard
DICTIONARY it , t their elbows. :101.1 while you
are about it Gr TIIE.IIEST ; tilatPlCaollary id
NOAH WEBSTERS-111e gr..7.1l 'rat!, unabridged.
If ;;•4u nre too poor, sal e the :1111 UPI 11r0111 Off
your buck. to;pilt it into your lirail."—.Phre
From Professor, :flaxen V Ukc neiverm'iy of
Mirlt tuoll. -
If called upon to Sacrifice my library, volume
4,y volume, the book which I should - preserve
fongest, except, the Bil,le. is the AMEHICAN
DICTIONARY ot.' TOE ENGLISH ',lt:At - AGE, by Dr.
Webster. " E. b, HAVEN.
"Every farmer should Aire his eons two or
three square rock of ground, %veil' prepared.
tith the avails of which they may buy it. Ev
ery nire7w4de should put 'a receiving, box in
some conspicuous place in the house to catch
the Stray pennies for the like purpose. Lay it
upon :yourtable by the side of the Bible; it
is a better expounder than many which claim
to,beexpounders. It is a great tabor saver;
it has saved us time enoogh in one year's use
. pay far -itself t: and that must be deemed
good property = which Will clear itself once a
yi•ur. you hare any doubt about the pre
cise meaning of the word clear in the i:tst sen
tence, look. utWebster's•thirteen di:Mnitions
the c. Museaelluseils - Life Boat.
Nearly every State Superintendent of Patine
fustructuni ?ti the Union, or corresporMling ir
fieer, wherelsnch a one eNists, has recommend
ed WiMs . 6:•it's . thertoN.tnv in the strongest
terms.' • Amintg them are those of Maine, New
Hampshire,Nerniont, Jlaeenchusctts, Rhode
Ishnid,conneeticut,New York, New Jersey,
I.'e,iinsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana. Illi
nois, MiSsouri, Michigan, lowa, Wisconsin,
Louisiana, California. North Carolina, Ala
bama, Minnesota and also Canada,—T4N
.TY-TLIME is oil.•
STJTE - PURCJIASES. •
New Ypek has placed' 0,000 copies of
Webster's Unabridged in as many: of her
publiesehools. . • •
Wisconsin, 3,300 -nearly every ielool.
Nevi:jersey, 11,400 --nearly every self!.
Michigan,• 2,000, and made provision
fur all her :drools.
Massachusetts has supplied 3,480,
bio're..than,.ten tunes ad many are sold .of
Webstees Dictionaries, as of any other series
in this count:T. -
At least four-fifehd of all the School-Books
puhl!shed in this county own Webster as
their stfindard, and of the remainder few ac
knowledge qny staniiard..•
Pliltitisned b G. C: 31ER1iIAli, -Spring
CoOki:E. G. IV. CROCIPTT,
•CLIARLES BURDETT, ' • •
'THOMAS DUNN ENGLISH, Y. D., '
HP.NRY CLAPP,IJcs., - •
SA.MUEL YOUNG, .‘. • .
MRi. ANNA' WHELPLEY,I
:Miss VIRGINIA VAI7CIIAN,
This. DI. V.ERNON',- , ;:;'
!Elsa HATTIE CLARE,
;FINLEY: JOLINSON,--- •
GOLDEN - PRIZE.
i rrj ; 19 ''l 3
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The New York: Weekly GOLDEN PRIZE
k ode of . the largest and best literary parrs
°Nile day—an finiiarEil QtiArto, 'containing
right:page& or fortg col/bat/A-. of thd most,inFer.:
e , uing and fasein,l mg 'reading matter ; from
the eery first irrit;4s Air the ;lay,
• . . A PRESENT
wQrrru Fnom 5Q OENT.S TO .5500 00,
Will be ! , :irento_caeh suliseriber immediately
on riTeipt of the . subserijithin money'. This is
pro;lente,d,as a. Memento of Friendship.. and
.an i inkluet.ment to obuin subscribers...
'; • TERMS: 3 '-
o . !le!copy foil year, ". $:.! 00 and I Present.
On 'cupF ihr, 2 years, 350 and 2 Presents.
l.halcopy for 3 years, 500 and 3
oneicepy for 5 years; " .tt 00-and 5 " •
A.Nri TO . CLUB§,
Three copies, 1 year, $5 mr and- 3
Fivt;;cOpies, 1 year, 800 and 5 "
Ten copies, 1 year, ' 15 00 and 10 " -
Twenty-one cop's, 1 y'r . 50 00 and 21 "
'The lirtieles. to be given natty are comprised
in the following :
2 Ppckages of Gold, con- • -
iathiing - $5OO 00
5 do do . . do 200 ou
10 : do do ilo . 100 00 each.
10 Patent LeverliuntingCas- -
ed Watches. 100 00 each.
20 Gold Watches, 15 OU each.
50 do do COOO each.
100 do do nu ooeach.
300 Ladies' Gold Watches, 35 00 each.
20U Silver Hunting Cased -
Watchez, 30 00 each.
500 S:ieer NVatehes, $lO 00 to 25 00 each.
1000 Gold Guard, Vest,
and Fob Chains, $lO 00 to 30 00 each.
Gold Loekets, Bracelets, Broctehes, Ear.
Drops, Breast Pins. cull' fins. Sleeve-Buttons,
Rings, Shirt Studs, Watch Keys, Gold and Sit.
ver Timbles, and a variety of oilier article's,.
worth front 50 cents to .$1,5 each.
We will present to every person sending us,
50 subscribers; at ~5'4 each, a .G'oid: Watch,
worth $4O; to any one sending us 100 -sub
scribers, at $2 each, a Gold Watch. $9O, Ev
ery subscriber will also receive a present.
immediately on receipt.. of the money, the
subscriber's name will he - entere , l'_upon our
book, and the present - will be fOrwarded with
in one weelc, mail. or exprexs, post paid.
All communications should he ad
dressed to DEAN & SALTER, -
. Proprietors, 335 Broad Way, New York - .
jel 0, - 56-1 tem. 1 y.
THE "BROADWAY ODINIBUS,"
THE GREATEST PAPER OF THE AGE!
i beautifully Illizstr«tett Monthly sheet,
atal a Paper tritat is a l'aper,
A budget of Wit, Rumor Facts, and Scenes
drawn from life—" Here you are, right away,.
right Broculevag, right, up."'
only Fifty Cents—Jump in and take a ride.
Once see toil in our" Oas tars," we-will endeav
or to both amuse nail instruct you, and give
you, in the course of the year, at least fifty
cent's worth of pioi and useful. information.
We sill show you up Britiwny, iloWn the Old
Bowery, through Chath:on and the other prin
ciple streets, giving you ample time to see . the
Elephant and get a good peep at the Peter
Funks, Confidence Operators, Sc. Am. We will
show you the city by day light, by gas , light,
by moon light, be candle light, by star light,
and will d , ive the 'OnNintts - to some parts of
the city where there is no h:yht We will e n 7
flea cur to post yim on all the tricks end traps;
of the great metropolis, and also amuse many
an hour with interesting reading matter.
" Throw physic to the dog::. - If you have the
Blues, the D . csrpsia . , Gout, Rheumatism, or.
are unfortunately troubled With at scolding!
wife, we will guarantee to make you forget
your troubles, laugh almost ag”inst your will.'
and grow fat. Everybody should subscribe to
the " o.lismcs" at once. The " BROA-DWAY
O 1 - 0 %Nil! make its appearance on the first ;
of each Month, flied with amusementand in
struction for' all. Price, Fifty Cents a year.
in advance—three copies 'to lone addres, One
Dollar ;'the cheapest paper iti the States! Who
will get; us two subscribers' and receive tine,
copy free? All communic,itions should be:
addressed to CIIAS. P. frorurrpN,
Editor ~ 31rpai4way Omnibus,"
297 Vearl Street. N. N Y
P. A. STEBBINS
FROBt NEW. IM.1111; .. •
A Lar. c 4e _and Clonapiete
- • ASSORTMENT OF : • • _
. L; ; .OLPi• • ')•-•
BOOTS &-SHOES,: HATS & CAPS,
.Itfaldw e , Cutlery; ~•
HE WILL .
4 ; 1 / 1 ' 1 ' ?-ertigains
Coudereport,"Sept. 14, 18.7,8.
- "I -( r ---
•A' t e-111-1,,0
"OLD 1ttE(15L.49V01R., 2 , 1 ;• •
at . Well I lei for tlig la artwo years, ha\ nil tie
filled it Up to
titlES' • Er. PR ti
.aapc o Y.
0,0,y,5 . A
,§#o ge4eart4 imriety_o
H?rdi are kCutlerY .
znminising; t4in*l4 nleessAry fore I!atillin.+3,
;4eehonic3. Farnier, ke:; and we are
hound no anly:tvjteguoe; btit to ;beta the
ili the - !.. .1
LOWEST - PRICES
BEST . QUALITIES, - 1-
in this ttitrn anti .01ean: tltr;liru't it:ty
ing:had OVER 20 YEAP.S. 2 PXPERIENCE.iii
. „ .
, . .
.. .. . r
on!! statementl, snit • eliorybodt is, in to
,te.:tilie truth of the- ifini , ; •' . '.' - ' • -
-, Wel furnish •.‘Tervltnnts'aMl. Pedlais CliblgE
SUPERFINE FLO•ER.at $4. it 1ib1..; 'SALT :it
1,75; EinO YOUNG-HYSON TE-1 37.3 - 4.3 s 'ti
Itt.; Choice WHITE- FISH anti TROU'I' $4.50
19_ l-bbl.; )';EST NAILS $4,2:i 11 keg ; '—other
things in proportion. We eztri 'do •yOn good.
andmxpeet to receive pay -tor' Our- labor and
investment by selling large :moats, in The
%vitae:n:l.le tray, to Merehants,..ltotels, Pedlars
Sc. We a:M aware tliftt every Pjeanintii shOp
tellS the' same yarn, and ailverti!. , e irtv,times
more:than they have or ea tildo ; but come,and
see -us,-end yea will-say,
NO LIE TO THIS!
E.• P. CLAUK—One of the firm—has
- 4',..ankiat*. Office
adjoining the store, and is prepared td furnish
DRAFTS AND BILI.S'OE EXCHANGE'
for this countri England, ;lrelshd- and Secii.
laud, make Collections-Sr Remittances, buy all
e ZCPI(g. •
at its 'value, furnish Gold and Silver, kr., stud
other thing's growing out of thojisincss..
.I.M . GATION—Foot :of PI,A-NR .
on the Rail-Road Track.
C fit RF rirruip.§.
Arelville, July 7, I BE'),S.-.1 0:5 t-tf. •
TO 'FFER.Y . .i.T....1.11-1112. ix Tile C...Y.12'.17:D
- 1413NTAGDE,'S ,FEMALE; CORDIAL,
WOIt . TNE CURE OF ALL THOSE PAINFUL
4: DISEASES PECULIAR TO WoMEN.
Mrs. MoNr.toun, for many . years ailli“ed
with Moit, of the diseases that are couinioa to'
females;siAmdb4a large fortune in ten ye:ars:
in trying the different 'means of treatmeui furl.
her relief, to no avail, was ;prevailed 'upon hyl'
inanrof her friends to..visit Cuba,. Decembi:i !
'4•51,, for the, purimt.e of reg-Aining
ifealth. While there, she obtained a prescrip
tion from a Spanish Physieian,L •
_ "Whose - silver. locks • : -
Were tending to the grays."
With which, through the mercy of God', site
was restored to her youthful he.:llth.
After her return she made known to bun
dreds'of her female sufferers the effect:4 of the
remedy with equallj- as great sticces3.
This egraordinary malicine is offered to the
public for the relief and cure of all the painful
and dangerous diseases peculizir to
anti tliat.the female constitution is snbject
To those suffering from "-Prolapsus Uteri,"
Ltcorrhoea, Antiorrhoea. Menorrhagia, Dys
muorrhaea-Chlurosis,,a speedy cure coo he
To those sufrerin,, from Falling- of the Womb
or Uterine Weakness of any. kintil, the Female
Cordial is especially recommended. ft is war
ranted to care' this painful diseose if perst. ,
In all spinal Mreeiions, pain in the region
of the Pel'is, Lowness of Spirits, • Hy s t er i a
SielOwn dn Ole, and all those diseases arising
from the pi•enliar formation of women, the
Cordial will be found imniense value,
ThiS nualicine thodernOs exces.z ; nod re
i!moves all obstruction ; it invigorates the de
)iliated constitittion-for the duties of life : and
I when taken in middle age :proves a blessing.
l; !Modesty forbids n. 4. in a public , advertite
meut, to-make full the details; but the wrap
liper around each letter will fully explain el,:ery
l! case. •
Merchants. females, or other 3; by
1 throe cent - stamp, can, hose' is formation
respecting the operations of the medicine. '
Aqents wanted iti every village in the Uni
ted States. Put up in half pint I.,otles F,-;2•,00
per hot:les ; 50 per cent. oil' to the trade, Al)
orders toast be addressed to
Dr. J. Ti. I STONEROAD,
11:1-1y. • Lewi4town, Box 111
DYSPEPSIA AND FITS. -
DR. 'll 'PHELPS BRI:1 1 77N,
,THE GREAT CURER' OF CONSUSIPTION.
was for years so badly alllicted Dyspep
i sia, that, for a part of the,time hp was coulined
to: bed. Ile WaS eventually curo. by a
f prescriptiOn furnished hint by . a yonug- clair
voyant This prescription, 'given himiby
tiletc child, while in a state of. trance, Tins
cured everybody who has taken iit, never hav
ing failed epee.. It is equally as sure in cases
of FITS as of Dysri:rsm. The ingredients may
he fohnd in any drug st ore. I Will . .end this .
valuable prescription to. any person, on the
receipt of one stamp to 'pay
dress DR. U. PRELPS:BROWN:
' No. 21 Grand st., Jersey
c22'CliffStrpet, Nei -York,
JIASUPACTIMER, OP ;
GLASS SYRINGES, NOMEOPATRiC
GRADUATED 'MEASURES; NUBS
ERY. BOTTLES, ETC.
Glass. Ware.for Chemists, Druggists, per
furnersvphotographer3, etc. Green Glassware
fly the package. A liberal discount made to
the trade. Crder . „ from (loci ntr' Pruggists and
Dealers solicited.. • Price Lis's . sent im
cation. • 11:2:-3mo.c.tco.
S C I c iWiß
Iv T;IE POTTER, JOi,TitNAL.I•
A. II: C. 1131OCKEN,
• - - - -,•-,en.krasßED\4B6s.
iaitending latuzary, 1848.
l i of 'the tufted StAtts.
r aotu iZ4lutiis oP the Count- .
IRAN . CITY
I. Prof: of .13601-keeping To;oi,
and T.' C. Jmuimo,'feiiihets.
Scioao of Ac
••• of 13 . 60 k-keep
N. A. 31ILLEtt `Profs; Peu.
SI.NGLE : 4ND
Do LT BT;13 1:100.1k
, .I,liF,El'/G,• • •• •-- -..; _ .
As uFgd in eyry, .dfiiitrtarid of
, • . • - ISESS 0.11715(.4 —DETECTING:'
SIERCANTIT:E ICO R RES PONDENVI-15411%-,
Ara faught f and flll otiartsilbjeciaißece-
artry for The success thorough..ed4ra . ticra
ora "prcti . cal-bu - sinesp, npn. -
. 1.2 • P:11. E 'LIT
the' psi. three yes; itlsolti,Easteiub,nd
tern Citiesjor bes . ;t• ' N'Mtitti ' -• •
NOT ENGRAVED WORK..
• IBTPOIt TADIrt INFORPIATION;''' •
Stiolents tutor at.; any;' , !timeHlcp vt@tito.'".
Time ut:iiinitedlterieir at pleaani& - -Orwiu
mites in' obtaining sititatioits-4uf•
tion_ for fall (lorronarcialCourse t $35.90;:•AT 7 '
, tirite 8 to 12: wetiicsl Boorti, pa;
week : Stationery 4 "6* - 00--;•Etitirdtost, $6O 401 P
to $70.09. -
For Card—Ciretilar--,Speeimens :of- Oita : -
mess - and Ornatmemtal -Wrikitig,-itte)msft• twu
stamp.:, anti a cittrelad •
1 0:9 1t"
--• . A Card ri•otti Dri' :Tames M.
i JOrret , or the . -.Nei& - York - i dung
In Ilit'zizory.-r Ny connection. for.iillo.'P*l4
eight yeses with the a b.oVe Instittttionns Mite) -
Ph'ysician, and :i t Wave . years' course of steipty
I devotion to the Care Of
. Polnionark Coi6rltrep= .
: thin and its kindred diseases,. togellier"With
my unrivalled oppOrtiutitieS andfadtantnkeinc
pathological rescarcill 7 -aided nnt.p.iitt,le hy . ,* ; ,
I allied niT to arrive' at , n - deeisiVe;' direct, 4a,
ion•co,srni eotir;le•qf tre atment fortheriesititee
a n,l radical:care' Of all diseases of tile -T/toot, .
./..4np, and A ir-/-la•sx(cfp.:!. .-13,i-,lehhlafilarri:Albr _
ra por .:;:d, tutrative properties ofmedicinel are
d:reedy . ad:lrcrseri to the diseased eig4ns.and
the integuments.' 1 do 'it:A - advise the fide 'of
Medical Inhab , :tion'oftilly isina,-to•ti, l e , Zxi , V : A
, :ion of "genrial treatmenti. and altliough , lon; '
l 'sider it a us - ?fill adjuvant: indhe propertattOill•
; agement ot . those.learitil and. often fa•tal.:dis ! ,. -
1 eases, 'Yet I deem it very necessary,:tltritLeal(ft
p•ctiont Should hatethe.'beteqt Of .beltl4iyika
1 onU Meal treatment. - The anceesitif iiiY , ,freaft ,
meat in the above diseitsea,and:theliglfellatt:.
acter of tile Institution over which. • I „have . In
• lone- liad the , . honor -to • preside,, ate• ton..*at
known to need:any.eulogy er_comnieet_. from.
Me.. at the solicitatioicof Many prt'vate"and
professional friends; tlfrough.. Whose: Plillftii
.thropic aid the above charity'rhas teeii habit
:it'd liherally atipported; anti after dJe.eoliSiar
i cration. I have concluded :to make 44ch,sir-
I rail7ements as will'bring the -ben-benefits .6turr
1 ( - ; x1o.lie;!"ce! and treatment within- , the:tea - 04;r
j all, mid not routine myself, as .lieretefote,Ztio
those only • who entered the Infirmary i tor
; were aide, to -Ni,it ale tit ins -oilifC-.;noPirig
therefore ticat . the axr:tnge i l
. wgive . entire
j gal bd*Actioa , both to my professional ifiretfireil,.
f and the Public, I would reSpeetfully, irmiaiiii - c4
in concluslou, that I can nom be coneoltcd , Per.:
r sanally or ii , fietter,lon all diseases las: •-a4ote a i
nod. that the medicines, the same • as ased i. l4 .
' the Ins titulion, previred•to snit each iitdlyt,d• - -
I ' I /l' /* l' . ll rI 7' hnl i k.., 4
1 nc. case.: dl , a . UV ;11,07%, ,er WIZ: _7l __C. : 1 , ' ....4.
I ac-, will 112 forwarded liy espresa to •an;F:pfir;
of the:l:n'.teti ttltates ar the Canadts. , TEttsts:4 .
i 11,v terms cif treatment by letter arel4-fpllowss
' • • • ' - 1 • pa tie nt,l2' . it
,• vie : :t1.2 Ire month`oi, e ats . .v,
I will ificlode liuldlcin c' :sufficient 10 - r,tailetoonth'i
use; also. inhallngVaPor 7 and' 'rut - fubalbti4
App.tratits.l Pdyment as follows: ' $6-tcolnii
pit to Express Agent oa receilit of - thi c;.t
of Medicine r and tile balance Sq to.,be, pfli At,
the expiration-of the month, if the patient iiiii
curi: d. or is entirely satiSfit , d • 'With, fhl.rFapt
meat. Patient", by, giviiii'a, full - histo ry of:
their case, and their-symptoras in Tull; - e - di.iii .
treated as well by letter as by Personal extiritz,,
iiiiiiion.. Patients tivalling..theinselyes„iif : D6
darrett'sl;catment may rely Upon „iintnerlinto .. ,
: .- 1 , 01 perm.tnent relief..its he 5.e1dem• . ".10.3 .. `t07
treat a *ease over thirty . Lettett'lbi Ug*
vice promptly adswered: For . furtlierr,pitille . :
ulars address . : . •-.-• : . : i tO I f-1
JAMES M. J,111•111illT.,)141. 7 .
.I• • c i t. 826 Broadway, ear. Twelfth St,.,li:: T...
P. S.—Physicians and others, riqiting,:ibil.
city are respectfully inVited to call: at'ilii In.:
firmai.y. -.where many interestblgtiiie'i'iitn , he
witnessed, and where our imprcreg•tippirnittgi
fir the inhalation of medicated vapor,
.P.atv bA •
seen-and inspected. . •. :.11:2-ieduci.._,Z
A. MEDICAL ESSAY ON,. A 2 NEiV;rCER,VAIN
AND RADICAL/ CURE OF
TOltitii(EA., , &c., ; WITHOUT , TIi i , •'.- !,._-,
1.761 i - OF lINTE'IItS.I„L lkiEbi- : ..:..
- "CiNkIS, dAUTERIZATIO,, ''' ;
. - 'OIL ASV - IiIEGIFA-V,l- ..... -: ''bl
.t.IAL A FPLI.I.N•z:
a • ,
esT Ponmsnr.n,itte nth .edition;; trt• settle!'
• • evelope, gr;itis ana
pos d , -on ilYceipt of twostitinp.s: "
.This liftle ennettatingfrotilivenjerxr.t.
tea:member of the medical
the most important information eyerptibliatted
to. all litirsons 'entertaining.,clettlitt
physical condition,, Ii•Ito' ate cortsnjou..n'f'
containing the•particulars - of an entirely ter.
and perfect -remedy.'fir Siferintittirthica':itk
pression,ofSpirits,:Loss: . of litiergy,LasoMtli .
Pimidii Involuntary Seiiiin'al
pairea Sight:find Memory, 131otelfek•iimr
pies On the ntco, Piles, I teilikeStiort;
ti 0 n of• the Ileart,•.and:,rtodily.itroStratibit,t4f
the :whole „system,- inducing imphteneY.
. may•care. priiayFly t
and at a trilling c•kpenee. "•••'`
;pent,. . •
Address DR, CIL C. KLINE; let-M.:.
envie, ere.. 19t.k street, - NewYork ;'..P05t•80.4-,,
No. 4586.. ,- • .
ILiNG-ES 'A ND 1F.51.0NS
ILINGES , AND . LFZIONS ju; - Creceiiii4 by
\V B. s J. H. GRAVES.