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- 5D airenuittg.
We desire to ca 1 the especial attention
dlandholders and others desiring the ser
,iees of a first-class civil engineer, survey
ad draughtsman, to the card of C. L.
govt, of Bingham, who is a . graduate of
t oe of the best civil engineers in the State
d New York, and whose : letter' of corn
ondation he bears with him. Mr. Hoyt,
l e believe, resides with Judge Colvin, in
13i D eham township.
Vie Knickerbodeer Magazine for March,
:, the only periodical as yet upon our ta
11.e. Its contents are very good, and the
.;ire continued; we think
l ' hey will add much to the popularity of
the favorite of long-standing.
NVe have not yet_ been favoi4ll with a
6 ,py of the Atlantic Monthly, for March,
t L . ,, v h we perceive by our exchanges that
it has been " out" several dayS, and the
bar or five subscribers we obtained for it
t er e, have received their copies. We
w v not have any claim upon it in regu
ir exchange, though for the life of us we
pout see why,
Free literary Lecture and Reading
R,, m .-- - -The Iron City College, of Pitta
b,_, Pa., employs the most, distinguish-
t j F peakers tor its course of Lectures,.
Leld in Ckge Hall every Friday evening,
indse•eral hundred papers and magazines
re taken each week fur the Public Read
in Room. These are some of the.advan-
Il:a s young men gain in attending this,
fte largest, most popular and efficient
D'.ntuereial Cullege of the cuuutry, hay
now 357 stuiletits. .ix..
!.," mutual- Election Of Officers of
the Potter County Agricul
FEB. 21, 1859.—Adjourned meeting
, t the Potter County Agricultural and
Jortieultural Suelay held at the Court
he Recording Secretary reported, from
winutes, the action of the Board of
,The Corresponding Secretary read a
Nomunicatiou from the Fanners' High
of Pennsylvania, calling the att en
;:ca of the Society to their right to noin
':.ate candidates for aduitssion s in said
On motion of L. H. Kinney, it was or
•red that a committee of three be an
i:ltecl to nominate officers for the ensu
: year, and that. when this meeting ad
arns, it adjourn to meet on Wedues
y evening, at which time said commit
are to-report and the election of uffi
.l take place. The Chairman appoint
it 11. Kinney, Thomas L. Young &
Bird raid committee.
Oa Laudon, adjourned.
11. J. OL3ISTED, Sec'll.
Fen. 23, ISs9:—Azricultural Soc4:ty
according to adjournment.
Finance. Committee wade report which,
der the apprehension that: a mistake
i been made, -was withdrawn tor rees
A. G. Olmsted made some remarks rel
t:reto the Farmers' High. School of Penn
ilsacia, and suzgested that some steps
taken to secure the rights of this So
in relation thereto.
The Committee to nominate officers fur
:!ensuing year, reported a list as
which was on motion accepted :
Tice Presidents—Alex. Eydam, Abbott;
":ha 11. Heggie, Ailegativ ; \Valk'. Leon-
Binc.haui ; Ira Caulfield, Coudersport ;
Stevens, Clara; Miles Ay.hite, Eula
-1; S. S Rase°. Genesee; C_Sundei lin,
rtor; W. H. Hydorn, Hebron; Dennis
Homer; J. B. \Vatrous, Harrison ;
laid Crowell, Jnekso r u ;
.ttiag; B. D. Dolbee, Oswayo ; Lemuel
!rtnari, Pike: . H. F. Sizer, Portage;
Ti.' - Lyman, Roulet George \Veiiuer,
Valley; Edwin Lyman, Sweden;
'Aqh Mann, Sharon; Henry Andresen,
':!!ardsun; Robert K. Young, Sylvania . ;
itred Ayre.g, Summit ; H. P. Bird, liiyss
; Crippen, West Branch; Joseph L.
• , \l' karma. • •
R , coidin.y...fcretary—H. J. Olmsted..
C , ' , rresponding ,Secretary=-J. M. data
Treasurer—LG. B. Overton.
Litrarian—J. S. Maya..
s Abnagers—Culling Smith, A. F. Jones,
::.erou Nelson, S. Ross, E. Joerg.
motion, the fureguiug list of
were declared elected fur the eusu
Jug M. Hamilton moved the - adoption
tyefollowin g resolution :
i?"-r..drcd. That if auy Township in the
-;nly will furnish. a greater number of
ilGg member,. to the Potter County
''ricultural Society than Eulalia and the
r(l' of Coudersport included, then, and
that case, the township furnishing the
:ater number by the June Court shall
7 e-the honor of having the Fair held iu
jE I O. M. Hamilton moved that the rcso
:::'-`0 be amended so as-to read that " the
. 4 '.ship furnishing the.greatest number
l' 3 Ying members by' the June Term,
i have the privilege of iodating the
t amnia! Fair."
I / ,?- 3 rs• Colvin and Taggart Moved to
. 11 ' e whole subject on the table which
lie amendment offered by Mr. Hamil
-I,as then adopted.
tEe resolution as amended was then
to e '
On motion of Mr. Hamilton it was re
solved that the next annual Fair. he -held
on the sth and 6th days of October next
On motion, the Vice Presidents of the
several Townships were authonzed to re
ceive subscriptions for memberships and
make report of such payments, mid a.
of the persons paving the same at ttke next
June Term of Court.
- On motion, adjourned.
H. J. OLMSTED, Sec'y.
SUFFERERS from Scrofula and SerofU--
lons affections, clean up ! Why wear your
Pimples, Blotches, Ulcers, Sores' ; Why
have the life twisted out of you by Pyspei).:
sia, Rheumatism and Gout ? -Why suffer
[Syphilitic and Mercuriiii- diseas4 :to rot.
the bones in your body, or the flesh off
your bones? Why let youi Sluggish
I blood drag, and scatter its diAcuipen4
through your veins ? AYER'S CoINO Ex!T
of Sarsap rills cures these complaints,and'
cleanses them out, of the system; se it
faithfully and you bring to societya health. :
ier, cleaner, and far more acceptable meth
ber.--Democrat, Baltimore,. lit'.
FERNENST THE FREE SCHOOL Sys
' TEM.— The followiuging is a " tr i ne!copf'
I of a petition presented to the LogiSlap.tie
!last week from Columbia county :
•" Know all men by the pressend that
all who sine this pittisshun go lin:far' to
thruao•hli out the superintend of schoolls
witness our Inuits and seels." I• I!
The legislature doubtless cMisidered
j the source, and very properly threW 4.he
'petition under the table.—HOrrisOirg.
BLOWING OUT A CANDLE,There •is
one small fact, in domestic ecueotuyiwhiCh
is not generally known, but which use
ful as saving time,_ trouble and temper.
If the candle be blown out holdinz
above you, the wick will not suinulder
down, and may therefore be easily lighto
again; but if blown upon doWnward, the
contrary is the case.—Scientc
WHY WILL YOU DELAY?
Why will you neglect that disease whichliS
taking such deen' root, and which gives you
warning by that hacking cough, that you are
fast ripening for eternity? Why encourage
that pain iu the side, the raising of bloOd,
those night sweats, or that difficult breathing-,
which silently whisper in your ear that some
thing must be done - to save yon from the
grave of the consumptive? Why act so care
lessly by permitting that disease to destrdy
your health, and hasten you to the tomb from
whence no traveler ever vet returned?
SILENCE THAT DREADFUL COUGH!
Or death must cai l ry you to your silent grave.
Why delay while there is ,yet hope? 'Con
sumption i, caused by impure humors of the
blood being deposited in the cells of the Inngs.
llence,.the lungs are like a spring of water,
when roiled up by the dirt' or mud, if clear
water constantly flows through, the springs,
impurities or mud will be cenveyed iaway by
the pure water Just s'e with the blood when
kept in a clean or pure state; as it 6nstantly
flows through the lungs, it carries away all
corrupt matter, and perfect health will be the
result. From two to four Pills taken every
night or every other night, or enough to keep
the bowels regular, will in a reasonable time
cure consumption. The reason these pills are
used more than all others, is because they are
made of purifying vegetables, andieleanse the
body from all corrupt matter, and drive out
disease of every description. quicker and in a
milder way than any other Pills.
Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are sold
by all dealers in Medicines.
Corrected every Wednesaay, A. StEl3-
BINS, wholesale and"retail Dealer in Gro
ceries and Main Street,
Apples, green, IR bush., :" $751t0 1 00
do dried, '• 175 225
Beans, l 4 125 2.du
Beeswax, "El lb., 20 . 25
Beef Hides, "
Berries, dried. iaqivart
Butter, ""el lb.,
Corn, j bush.,
Corn Meal. per cwt.,
Eggs, - .0 doz., ' 15 18
Flour, superfine, - el bbl., 750 000
do double extra, ••• 800 -8 63
flaws, - i-1 lb., 12 115
Hay, - .e. ton. 9 o'o ' I f o oo
Honey, 70 lb., 10 , ' 12i
Lard. " 12 ' 16
Oats, ""e bu.sh., • 50 56
Onions. •, . 75 ,I 00
Pork. "i? bbl., 20 50 . 23 50
-do . t -.± lb.; 10 !: 121
do is whole hog, -e. lb., 6 ~ 71
Potatoes. ."-e. bu..i., r 50 56
Poultry. -- t lb., 6 6
Rye, V bash., S7i ,1 Ou
Salt, v bbl., 3 50
do 'il sack, 25
Sausages, 12 s 14.
Trout, sil i-bbl., - 550 EOO
Wheat, lil bush., 125 11 50
White Fish, per. It-bbl., 5, 00 600
Wool, per, lb., 30 ' 35
Sheep Pelts, each, ,75 100
C. L. HOYT,
CIVIL ENGINEER, SURVEYOR. and
DR.-I.I.IWIT.3IAIsi, Bingham, Potter Co.,
Pa., will promptly and eiticiently attend to
all business entrusted to him. ' First-class
professional references can be given if re
IN EVERY BODY'S Motruil
IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH!
IN EVERY BODY'S 31OUTH
WHAT'S IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH?
WHAT'S IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH?
WHAT'S IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH ?
WHY " THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
WHY "THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
WHY " THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
STUDDED WITH DrAxANDs.
WHAT'S STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS,
WHAT'S STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
WHY, PRESIDENT BUCHANAN'S
Which has been ordeied of •
THE' - AIIERICAN" TRADE
ri EUREKA F !EUREKA!
I HAVE FOUND IT 1 -'
I. HAVE FOUND IT!
WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND 7
WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND?
WHY THE GREATEST LUXURY
OF THE AGE.
TIM GREATEST LUXURY
OF THE AGE.
THE AMERICAN SMOKER.
See Advertisenient elseichere
- THE AMERICAN SMOKER.
THE GREATEST LUXURY OF THE AGE!
THE GREATEST LUXURY OF THE AGE!
- HAVE YQUI'PRIED IT?
- - HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
NO! WHAT IS IT?
WHAT jIS IT ?' •
WHY THE AMERICAN SMOKER!
THE AMERICAN SMOKER !
I THE - AMERICAN SMOKER!
• THE AMERICAN SNORER!
I WHERE CANI IT BE HAD?
WHERE CAN IT BE HA 0 ?
WHAT SEGAR STORE KEEPS IT?
WHO SELLS IT?' WHO SELLS IT?
_ - - -
See advertisement of "10u:race:sr - TRADE
COMPANY," in another place.
P. S: No DZALEIL IN CmAns or TiinAcco, in
any City or Town can be considered as koep
ing pace with the progress of the age who
not order at mice a sample box of the Ameri
can Smoker—for the benefit of his customers.
k*r•A Sample box—postage paid—will
only cost a few dollars.
WHO SELLS THE AMERICAN SMOKER?
WHY. EVERY DRUGGIST - - AND CIGAR DEALER - -
If they dont now, they will hereafter. Dont
fail to engage one.
THE CALUMET OF PEACE!
r 7'HE CALUMET OF PEACE!
THE CALUMET OF PEACE!
WHAT IS THE CALUMET OF PEACE?
WILA - T I IT ? WHERE IS IT ?
IT IS THE AMERICAN SMOKER:
laeir' See adiertisem6nt.
QUIET NERVES. QUIET NERVES!
NO EXCUSE FOR NERVOUS HUSBANDS
HUSBAND GO BUY THE AMERICAN
THIS IS TO BE THE , URDER OF THE DAY,
From every wife who has a smoking hus
band—and no good husband who wants to
have .peace in the family will fail td obey the
order i 111:29]
gEjy'See advertisement. See advertisement
The American Trades Compa
ny. was Organized November 8, 1857, with
a Capital of one hundred thousand dollars.
This Company was formed with a view of tak
ing up inventors of small articles of general
Utility, who are unable to make independent
.arrangenaMits for introducing their inventions,
by an equitable arrangement with theM for
their rights by purchaSe out and out; or by a
tariff on the articles manufactured and said.
The inventive genius of this country has long
Called for an Institution of this kind. Thr
American mind is so active, that thousands of
things are invented, many of which would be
really useful to the comenunity,.but which are
never introduced,,: because the Inventors of
them have no means to _carry them out.
The capital of this Company will be devoted
to the development of really.useful inventions.
The Company have a Committee on Patents,
whose duty it is to pass upon all applications,
and from their large experience in such mat
ters In% entors have a security that their in
ventions will not be misjudged ; and the high
character of the parties composing that Com-
Mittee is a sufficient guaranty that plans and
specifications may be submitted before patents
are applied for, without any risk of advan
tage being taken of tiris circumstance, and
when-desired to do so. the Company will take
out patents for others, securing for the inven
tor all of.his invention that is patentable.
This Company respectfully invite inventors
to submit to them their plans;
and it will be
furthering the objects - of the Company if its
officers and agents can be of any service to
A'ny one of the following modes is accepta
ble IA this Company:
rtrn : To manufacture any articles for
whiCh their machinery is adapted by contract.
the inventors recci-Ang the articles and paying
(lir the same on delivery.
Second: They buy airy patent which is ap
proie.d of by their Committee.
Third: They will manufacture and sell any
artiidc which they clioose to adopt, giving. to
the Inventor such a proportion`of the profits
as may be agreed upon.
The extensive building, No. 22 and 24
Frankfort-st., New York, being about 60 feet
front by over 100 feet deep, and 7 stories high
above the sidewalk„ is owned by the President
of the Company - , and is . occupied in part by
all the machinery, Wareroom and offices of the
Company, where all its busind i ss and sales are
20 . 22
• 3 12}
t; 00 !'5O
Zbe itmeritan Eracs Comp'l2,.
What they manufacture. •
THE AMERICAN SMOKER,
Consisting of a great variety of unique and
beautiful patterns of Cigar Tubes; also, sev
eral varieties of Pipe Tubes. The peculiarity
about these articles is that each one is arrang
ed so, as to r'eceive a damp sponge, through
which the smoke of the burning cigar has to
pass on its way to the mouth. This damp
sponge not only cools the smoke, but extracts
from it the nicainh oil, the poisonous proper
ty of the Tobacco, which renders the breath
less offensive. Sniokers will. find the use ot
these Tubes a Itrtury never before attained
except by using the Turkish water-jar. Their
use will also greatly promote the health of the
habitual smoker and preserve the sweetness•
of the breath.
THE AMERICAN CARPET HOOK. Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas„ headache,
Is a litt l e
contrivance for putting down carpets Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and-Skin Diseases,
withal.. tacks. -This is a new article, which Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
has never before been upon the market, 131 n. Salt - Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
it possesses the merit of enabling a person to Milner Pill, and for. Purifying the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
put down or take. up a carpet of the largest
five can take them pleasantly, and they are the
size in general use in fifteen minutes with without best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
any injury to the floor or carpet.. It is very family physic.
cheap 7 -chearer-in the long run than tacks— . price 25 cents per Box; Five Boxes for'sl:oo..
and the great faculty with whiCh even a serv-
ant can take up nn d put down carpets, with- Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians,:States
out the possibility ora mistake, renders . it in- . men, and eminent personages, have lent their
valuable to the housekeeper.
- names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not perMit the
THE AMERICAN PEN HOLDER .k WIPER. - insertion of them. The. Agents below named fur-
It is a neat invention for holding a wet sponge; , st ..0..-ac in which they
, h l E so ßl f?it s descrip A tions of the above
into which the pen is thrust, always coming nish gratis olivirit also
complaints, and the treatment thatshould be fol
out clean and ready for use. A very conven - lowed for their cure.
lent article for the Counting-House Desk and I Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
Library Table. , 11:29 i other preparations they make ore profit 'prt.
Demand AYER% and take no o era. The sick
The American Smoker is an arti- wantthe best aid there isfor themi
cle of great utility and benefit to Smokers. have it.
Persons atiliccted with Bronchitis, Asthma. I All our. Remedies are
Dyspepsia,:tiver complaints or Kidney atter; I
tions, can procure SPONGES MEDICATED for
these various diseases by Old Dr. TROUP. Sold
by the ANSILICANTRADES C 011: ANY, Nos. 22 and
II\TO.OILARGE FOR SHOWING THE NEW
1,11 Goods just received at OLMSTED'S.
LETTERS of AdminiStration on the Estate
of SAMUEL CARLING. late of . Hector town
ship, Potter Co., Pa., deceased, haying, been
granted to the undersigned; all persons in
debted to said estate will make immediate
payment, and those having claims against the
same•will present them to us for settlement.
FRANCIS STRANG, 1
LOVINA CARLING :
Hector, Feb. 14, 1859.-274C*
irj IL. SHEERAR,• Dentist, of Wellsville,
I • Allegany.Co.,N. Y., respectfully an
nounces to the people of Potter and the .ad
joining Counties in Pentfa. that he is perma
nently established in Wellsville, and is pre
pared. ett perforin the various operations in
Dentistry. Especial attention 'is solicited to
his style of inserting ARTIFICIAL .TEETIT.
superiOrk - to any other style known, called
" Alleti's . Continoous Gum." All - work. war
ranted. Letters of inquiry promptly answered.
Nov: 10, 1358. H. M. SEIBERAII.
IaARDWARF:, Iron and Nat:s, Glass, Sash
and Putty. Paints anil 011.; 'Alcohol,
Catnpliene.and Burning Flitid. at
-20 CLARK S; PHILLIPS.
IT ANYBODY, including maids and'matrons,
old or young, plain,or pretty, wish to•buy
or sell anything, we give it as our candid opin
ion, they had better come to that same Old
Regulator, kept in full blast .by
20 - CLARK & PHILLIPS.
A compound remedy, in which we have la
bored to produce the most effectual alterative
that can be made. It is a concentrated extract
of Para Sarsaparilla, so combined with - other
substances of still greater alterative power as
to afford an effective antidote for the diseases
Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It is believed
that such a remedy is wanted by those who
suffer from Strumons complaints, and that one
which will accomplish their cure must prove
of immense service to this large class of our
afflicted fellow-citizens. Ilow.completely this
compound will - do it has been proven by exper
iment on many of the worst cases to be fOund
of the following complaints:— I"
SCROFULA. AND SCROFULOUS COMPLATNTS,
ERUPTIONS AND ERUPTIVE DISEASES, ULdERS,
PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, TC - MORS, SALT RHEUM,
SCALD HEAD, SYPHILIS AND SYPHILITIC AF
FECTIONS, MERCURIAL DISEASE, DROPSY, YEU
RA.LGIA. On TIC DOULOUREUX, DEBILITY, DYS
PEPSIA. AND INDIGESTION, ERYSIPELAS, IIoSE
OR ST. ANTHONY'S FIRE, and indeed the mhole
class of complaints arising from - I unrry OF
vie BLOOD. •
This nd will be frmnd "at
us compound Je found a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the sprite to
expel the' foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are .nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare •themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcurous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever You find its imputities
bursting through the skin in pimples, erupt }ens,
or sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob•
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
'vhenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and I live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep! the
blood healthy, and all is well; but with: this
pabulum of life disordered, there can bb no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, mid deserveS much,l the
reputation, of accomplishing these ends. kßut
the world has been egregiously deceive by
preparations of it, partly because the- ilrug,
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts Of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or auy thing else.
During late years the public have heerilmis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarapa.-:
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointinent
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has bei-ome
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
' to supply such .a remedy as shall rescue
name from the load of obloquy whichf rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure: In order to secure their coniplete
eradication from the system,lthe remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions or the bottle.
PREPARED BY , •
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.
Price, $1 per Bottle ; Six Bottles for $5.
Ayer ' s Cherry Pector4l,
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complain t , that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, vvherever it has bee em
ployed: As it has long been in constmit use
throughout this section, we need not do morb than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied -on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic PAIS,
. rim Tia Cl= 01 -
Costiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia,lndigestion,
and. their alundd.
Sold b}• SMITH & JONES, and D. W. SPEN;
CER, Coudersport; COREY SON, Vlysses ;
A. B. MORTON, Cushing•ille ; MANN &
NICHOLS, Millport ; C. 11. SIMMONS, Oswayo;
and by ali Merchants and Druggists. [11:28
..ALTIZABILE DICTU . !
HARK ! HARK!!
What 'Noise is That !
01 -IT IS THE RUSH AT TTIAT OLD
• 'REGULATOR, in full blast frbm G A.
9 P. sr., by the good people from Dan, to
Baresheba, after the good things therein con-.
tained. Wellsville is a fast City, and the peo
ple are fast 'nags. Ol well how they do
work at that old- Storet Farming and Log
ging can't begin with it:; .and they don't try
to bait any body with 6c. Sugar; and call; it
good. Such might possibly do joy
$lO,OOO. worth of choice Pork, brought in 1
the Hog from Wyoming and Livingston coun
ties, packed by Clark & Phillips ; • 30000 Sugar
Curdd Hams; 22000 Shoulders; 12000 pure
Laud; 6000 Boots and Shoes; 4,7000 Horse'
feed; 95790 Nails, 41 to Sc; IWO Hard
ware„Crow-Bars, Iron, Tin Ware, Stone and
.Wooden Ware, Tools for Mechanics, Farmers
and everybody; 1600 Flour, $4,75 to Si; -76
Chests of Tea'l
from 33 to '.se. • Paints, Oils,
Fluid, Alcohol, Cawphene, and 200000, other
things; 406 Bushels Stone Lime, cheap ; Rub
bers and Bnffald Over-Shoes, for Men, Women
and Children. I
! h _
WAN TED t
at that ".01d Regulator" in Wellsville, foot of
Plank Road sireet,-on the Railroad, surround
ed by Shingle Shanties; Lime Shanties, Pork
Packing and Flour Shanties, nil the good peo
ple, mail and she-mail, including the pretty
Lasses and prim Old Maids, tb carry off - the
needful; substantial and fanciful things - therein
contained. Thus endeth Want No. 1. No. 2
2000000 Sawed Shingles,
4500000 Shaved do.
Also big Deers and Little Dears, some Bears,
somo Patridges, some Potetipine; MO/. $lO,
Butter, Cheese, Mats; Ogs, Poultry, Corn, &c.
Come all 'ye who wish to buy or sell; we will
do you good.' Doubt it not if any say nay,—
it is not onr fault that fool's and— are
not all clefnnet. So now we are- prepared to
greet you With a Merry Christmas and a Hap
py New Year! CLARK k PHILLIPS.
Wellsville, Dec. 21, 1858. ! [11:22
P. S. If that Printer tneale.slsoolby Mind
ing his own business, and $5OO more by let
ting his neighbor's alone, what. nought some
some others do? Letunhappy medley answer.
T"" PUBLIC ere hereby notified thathav
ing purchased the Saar-Mill Property at
Lymensville, in the county of Potter. now oc
cupied by Elihu Starkweather,, I hare ap
pointed the said Elilin Stark-weather my
Agent, for the transaction of all bhsiness iu
relation to tlie carrying on. the business of
Stocking and Manufacturing Lumber at the
said Mill, ' AUSTIN A. KIRBY.
Coudersport, Ott. .5, 167. 11:16-3mo*
TO EVERY FEMALE IX THE USITED
MRS. MONTAGUE'S FEMALE CORDIAL.
-OR TAE-CURFIOF ALL TllosE PAINFUL
DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN.
Mrs. MONTAGUE, for many years afflicted
with most of the diseases tha I are common to
females; spending a large fortune in ten years
in trying the different means of treatment fur
her relief. to .no avail, was prevailed upon -by
many of her friends to visit Cuba,- December
. 48, - for the purpose of regaining her former
health. "While there. she obtained a prescrip
tion from a Spanish Physician—
"Whose silver locks
Were-tending to the grave."
With which; through the mercy of God, .she
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-the
public for the relief and cure of all the painful
and dangerous diseases pell'uliar to womenl,
and that the female constitution is subject tor.
To those suffering from " l'rolapsus Uteri,"
Lucorrhoea, Ammorrimea, Menorrhagia, Dys
menorrhoea-Chlorosis, a speedy cure can be
To those suffering from Falling of the Womb
or Uterine Weakness of any kind, the Female
Cordial is especially recommended. It is war-:
ranted to cure this painful disease if _perse
vered in. .
In all spinal affections, pain in the region
of the PeP7is, Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria
Sick-headache. and all those diseases arising
from the pecitliar 'formation of. women,' the
Cordial will be found o an immense value.
This medicine moderates all excess, and re
moves all obstriiction ; it invigorates the de
biliated constitution for the duties of life, and
when taken in middle age proves . a blessipg.
Modesty forbids us, in a public advertise
ment, to make full the details ; but the wrap
per around each letter will fully explain every
Merchants, females. or others, by Fording a
three cent stamp, can have any information
respecting the operations of the medicine.
Agents' wanted in every-village in-the Uni
ted States. Put up in half pint bottles ; $2,00
per bottles ; 50 per cent. off to the trade: All
orders mast be addressed to
Dr. J. D. STONEROAD,
Lewistown; Pa., Box 11l
Cash and Short-Time Buyers,
EMPORIUM STORE !
LADIES AND GENTLEDIEN :
y AM NOW RECEIVING my second Winter
Stock, which embraces almost everything
usually kept by the Country Merchant— •
- BOOTS & SHOES,
lIATS & CAPS,.'
all of which I propose to sell at low figures,
I for cash, or approved credit. •
Call and see our GOODS and 'PRI
, CES. Being thankful for past favors, I
hope to be able now to offer more faiora
ble in d ucements. T. A. STEBBINS.
Coudersport, Feb. I, 1559.-25.
ao - - -
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. IRO R CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.
Prmsayrula, -PA. - - •,, • - CIILItTSRZO 1865.
300 Students attending Satuutly. 1858. - -
-Nowithe largest and most thorough Com
mercial School of the United States. Young
men prepared for actual duties of the Count
log Room. , - ,;, .
J. C. SMITH, A. M. Prof. of Book-keeping and
Science of Accounts: -
A. T. VOUTIIETT, Teacher of Arithmetic and
Commercial Calculation, ' -
J. A. Iltrontcs and T. C. JENKINS, Teachers
of Book-keeping. ; .
A Canvt.sy and W. A. Mianna Profs. of Pen
manship. I i
SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY BOOS
As used in every department' of business.
COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC- I ,RAPID BUS
' COUNTERFEIT MONEY— '
Are taught, and all other subjects neces
sary for the success end thorough education
of a practical business man. 1 _
3.2 P.REAIUMSt. f„.
Drawn all, the premiums in Pittsburgh, for
the past-three ye:.rs, also in Easternaud Wee
tern Cities, for best Writing, 1
I NOT ENGRAVED WORK;
Students enter at any , time-- i -No vacation-
Time unlimited—Rerieir at pleusure4-Grad
antes assisted in obtaining situations—Tui
tion for full Commercial Course, $35,00; Av.
craze time 8 to 12 weeks; Board, $2.50 per
week ; Stationery s6,oo—Entire cost ) , $60,00
to $70,00. I - '
rite" Minister's' Sons received at half price.
For Card—Circular 2 ,-Specialcus of Busi
ness and Ornamental Writiug—inclOse We
stamps, and address i o
I. F. W. JENKUCS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
.A. CARD. I ji.
Philadelphiif r P a..-
• The undersigned, tholFoupder and Publish
er of VAN COURT'S COUNTERFEIT Dern-
TOR, desirous of retiring from thilb*inch of
blisinerss, has merged . ; that old established
work in the popular BANK NOTE REPORTER
of IMLAY d: BICKNELL. . Having published
Van - Court's Detector slime 1839, the; under
signed reluctantly partg with his old friends
and subscribers ; but Ole 'reluctance is less
ened by the conviction, that in BOXY di
BICKNELL'S BANK NOTE REPORTER they
will receive a work that matches the times.
J. VAN COURT.
Philadelphia, Dec. '29, 1853. ii
All Subscriptions to
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13.413 i IR NOTE! REPORTER
are Payable scrupulous Fly in Advancf. This
is the oldest Bank dote Publication in the
world. For thirty long Years it has main
tained - an unsullied reputation, and continues
to be the necessary companion of all business
people over the whole Continent of America.
THE COINS CFI THE WORLD i
Now in press by ItiLav, k Bicssict.t,'jwill be
given gratuitously to, l all old and new sub
scribers. All Coin Charts, Guides aid Man
uals, as compared with! this, may bo Onsider
ed waste paper.
To the Semi-Monthly, i $1,50 *annum.
Monthly, i 1,00 }•
Single Copies, at the; Counter, 10 'Cents.
Mailed, 12 j "
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ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAOR. ,
A LADIES' FASHIONABLE FURNISHING
STORE IN POTTER COMITY.
I/FRS. E. H. N. GRIDLEY has established
.1a tub ionable and extensive Ladies' Fur
nishing Store, at tilysseS, Potter Co., Pa., three
miles west of Lewisville, where she4ill take
pleasure in furnishing Millinery, Mantaumak
ng. and Ladies' Apparel generally, in better
style and at much lower rates than ever before
offered in this county.; Mrs. G.. receives tho
fashions• from New York regularly, and is
therefore enabled to make or repair Bonnets
Scc., in the latest stylaand with unexceptiona
ble taste and durability; All articles*arrant
.ed to be as represented. She desires the pub
lie to call and assure themselves of the eor l
rectness of her statements.
Messrs. Larabee .3.; Co., will receive. and sup
ply orders to onstomerS at Lewisville.
T. E. Gridley will reeeive and promptly fill
orders, throughout this and the adjoining
younties, at shop prices.
Special arrangements made for Holiday
In connection with theribeve,T.E.GßlD
LEY•would announce to the public of Pot
ter andl the adjoinidg bounties, that be will
regularly visit them, prepared to furnish all
articles of Female and gale Attire, and Family
Goods in general, warranted to be precisely
as he shall represent, and at much lower inked
than_ can be bought of any other person laths
HEALTH WITHOUT PHYSIC ;
A PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS DMUM
Just published, the 24th thousand, ins seal
ed envelope, price 10 cents; or sent, postpaid,
by the Publishers, for3' stamps :
A MEDICAL ESSAY ON,THE ricramaz EXIIAIISIROX
AND DECAY of the franie from Indulgence,
Infection and tho injurious' consequences of
Mercury, With the modern means of turn':
By R. J. eTLyERWELL, M. D.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
st i r Spermatorrlicea, or Seminal Emissions,
Nervous Debility, Impotency, Loss of Energy,
Depression of Spirits, 'Timidity, Diseases of the
Sexual Organs, ands IMpedintents to Marriage
generally, are promptly and effectually cured
-by . the Author's novel and most successful
mode of treatment, by 'means of which the In,
valid can regain pristine health without hav
ing recourse to dangercias and expensive medi
-From the Lon don Lancet.—" The but ersatatt
ever tcrittea on a subjeel l pf vital importance tea,
worthy the Author's,
Address the Publish i ers : C. J. C. Kunz &
Co., Ist Avenue, cer. ,19th Street, Poat Box
4586, New York City.l [2l-3 mos. inside.]
PE LEAF LARD, in firkins and tubs,
1 - can be bad at Oka Old Regulator. Also,
'uar Cured Hams, a plenty of Heads, Shanks
CLARK k PEITLLII'S.