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Satan air)l eguntg.
Pour is going up, up, UP !- i n price.
-see our Price Current We trust theta
will be no occasion for it to go tip any
.higher—however fast eaters may put it
The place to buy good and cheap Goods
in Coudersport, is at Stebbins'. He sells
'piles " of them, and at reduced prices,
and you can depend upon getting good
t a rp:ins at his store—at least, " they say"
to. All you have to do is to call and con
since you'rselves that this is so. You will
find "the Boys" on hand, ready and will
ing' to show the Goods, whether you wish
to buy or rut.
The Iron City College, Pittsburg, Pa.,
bas done more in three years to popular.
ize the science of accounts, than any other
institution in the country. Advertises
the most extensively—pays the most lib
•Fnl nalarics---empluys the best talent—
'iris the must thorough and practical edu
cation to graduateS. and is rewarded by
b r ing the largest institution of the kind,
in the Union, numbering at this time up
lards of 350 students.
Philadelphia sent two new weekly pa
pers to our table last week. The Red,
White and hlue, a blood and thunder,
New York Ledger, self-inflated, useless
paper, _except, as a moral-extinguisher,
enaracter , of which is expressed in
its came.) is before us. Also, The Penn.
,State Journal, an eight-page
paper, which is of a different character
i d gives better promise of good resuLs.
We welcome it to our table, as we believe
that the promises of the initial number
ar=Nl a vain charactet.
Iter Having been the tirs:t to give pub
i:ity to a rumor that 31 . i. Cobb, late of
teAg;tutor, was about to transfer his
'lents to tht Ce.ntury. we take pleasure
Ipublishing the .following denial, made
pa his authority we presume.—regret.
::h, on behalf of readers of the century.
he necessity of our doing so :
CORRECTION.—A statement to the ef
fct that the late editor of this paper M.
11. Cobb, Esq., bas' transfered his labors
:)3lcElratb's paper, The Cent:try, is be
i..l2 extensively copied by our exchanges.
We are authorized to say that no founda
tca whatever exists fur this rumor. Mr.
C,:th has not yet transfered his labors to
I...ypaper.Tioipt Agitator. March 3.
EAISING DEER —Some of the farmers
Northern Ohio, and on the borders of
iiann, have commenced the breeding
Iraising:of deer the same as they do
eep, and they bring them to market in
e - mic mariner; hence the abundance
There is a suggestion in the above for
'.: . .ihunter-farmers of Potter county, where
re hare so many wild-deer, by which
'..ey can, by_ het:inning now, prevent the
:Inning out" of so valuable an animal
:r city epicurians. Our farmers should
Ord deer on tit* farms, which they
:.7.1d fatten and kill for the city markets.
they could then do the winter
:r1:, of their farms before it is time to
•,,ztaence Spring and Summer work—
fr,ich latter course isthe natural copse
:nee of scouring the woods for wild
e. other reasons, (which we
17e not room now to state,) why herd
:; deer would be advantageous to the
zzers of Potter county.
The Wcuther.—Spring has fairly open-
7 -so say our weather seers and sign
:liners—and sugar-matters are busy with
'.;r work. The weather is tolerably
for the bu.4iness, but the crop will
be as large as last season. That
we - have already tasted indicates no
-:Ttreace in the quality of the sugar. May
:crop reach last year's figures, is our
the legislative procealine. - p of the
ult., among "petitions presented,"
-d the followinn•
MANN, one from eitizenaof reflex
for an alteration to the law rega
-1 :•'•the.eollection of poor tax.
one from baffle, for a change in
iu said county.
Lumbermen throughout the county—
t4 branches of the Allegheny and Sus
both—arel" rafting-in," build
! arks, and in other respects getting
i! to start for market. Log-haulers
'Te rithdrawn their teams, and are mix
azaiting an opportunity to change
sr 4a,cation to " log-driving." The
!op will not be more than half
-'2e...4-it year ; and the " run" of
rill fall considerably below last
—but we hope the price will make
for the defith4rkey in quantity.
P . S.—Mud in like streets of our village
deep--E 0 deep that all efforts to find
'ota have Etiled. A. sugar-snow -fell
' M IS-night, and war auompanied with
r, , frost. enough to render the mud un-
Pble for teams, ezeekt those which
z eee.ssarily on the road.
Also, one from same, askiiig that Abe
act approved the Bth of May, , 1854, ao
thorising the school directors of the coup
ties of Chester and Deleware to s&leet sites
fur schools, be eztended to' the' county' of
Also, one from same, asking for the re
peal of the act approved April 29, 1858,
regulating the sale of intezieating liquors.
Same day. Mr. 31ANN read in pl a ce a
bill to authorize the school directors of
Potcer county to select sites for school
On the 3d inst.,. Mr.'QAN.tABELL, heir'
the Committee on Vice 'and "IMmoralitY,
reported, as committed, an act supplemen
tary to an act regulating the *sale Of co
toxicating liquors, so far as relates to Poi
ter county. We trust Mr. MANN will call
this. bill up and secure its passage at once.
Let us that will to be free from.the accurs
ed law of 184 have our liberty . imme
The " American Presbyterian
For the Potter Journal. ; 1
FRIEND ClTiSF—Dear Sir: Justicei L o the
American Pre s byterian impels me to make the
following statement, n hich, with your 'con
sent, I wish to have published : When that
piece upon "Divorces in Northern Pennsylva
nia" made its appearance, the editors of that
paper were informed of its incorrectness, and
advised to make some retraction: This they
cheerfully did in their next issue. Their article
should have beeh handed in, bat was neglec
ted. and now the paper containing itII cannot
be fo'lnd in my file; and no wonder, as I am
habit of giving away my papers. But as near
as I can remember, it went otf like this: ;"Glad
that it is not so bad as was represented; re
gret that there is any cause for such a report;
that it looks well on the part of the people to
repel the slander ;" and concluded by saying,
" We agree with the Porrea JOcaNAI, in"--
here followed a.sentence on slander, foundep
r.pon the 9th commandment, which appearell
in a previous JOURNAL, and which I do nut re
member. Perhaps some one will yet forward
I thought the American Presbyterian Infix
acquitted itself, and this may sittisfg the other
correspondent, whose piece was returned, as
it was unnecessary to publish both, and doubt
less mine arrived first.. H. L. than.
[ We publish the abase with pleasure,
while, at the same time. we cannot acquit
the editors of the Peedwteriwt entirely;
inasmuch as it was their duty to have
sent us a copy of their paper containing
their notice, which we would have repub
lished here out of culictesy to thew as well
as justice to our citizens who were so vile
ly slandered through its' columns. The
editors were also • discourteous :to Mr.
Brown, in taking neither pUblic or pri
vate notice of his communications. They
ought at least to have recognized them
explanatorily in their newspaper,; or by a l
private note to their autlior.--EDJoun.] f
Corrected every Wednescay. by P. A. STEB
BINS, wfiolesale and retail Dealer in Gro
ceries and Provisions. Main Street,
Apples, green,.? bush., $ '75 to 1 00
do 'dried, " . 173 225
Beans, 1 25 2 00
Beeswax, ? lb., 20 23
Beef, " 6 - 7
Beef Hides, " • 6 41
Berries. driiA. - 1.? quart 10 1:r
Buckwheat. 1 4 bush., G 3 75
Butter, 14 lb., 20 22
Cheese, " J 8 = . 121
Corn, V bush., . 9 100 106
Corn Meal. per cwt., 2.00 250
Eggs, - - e doz., 15 ' 18
Flour. superfine, 70 bbl., 750 -8 00
do extra, " E. 00 8 50.
do double extra, " B5O It 00
ilains,l9? lb„ 12 14
Hay, :e. ton. 900 . 10 00
Honey, ll lb., 10 , 121
Lard. " - 12 16
Oats, 12, bush., 50 ,56
Onions, " . 75 100
Pork, V. bbl., 20 50 23 50
do V. lb., 10 121
do in whole hog, 11 lb.„ G 71
Potatoes, 7E? bush., - .50 50
Poultry. * - V lb., . 5 6
Rye, ""t1 bush., 87/ 1 00
Salt, 70 bbl. 3 50
do v sack ' , . 25
Sausages, 12 . 14
Trout, 14. 1-bbl., 550 ' GOO
Wheat. I? bush., 1 25 1 50
White Fish, per. 1--bbl., - 500 t tio
Wool, per. Ib., 30 35
Sheep Pelts, each, 75 1.00
speci4i IS dices.
THE BOWELS, AND THEIR FUNCTIONS.
As perfect health is the greatest .ble.4ing
that we can enjoy, without which all other
blessings are of little consequence, we deem
it of great importance to point cut the Nay
for you to enjoy it. The bowels must be kept
in a state by is hich they are enabled to curry
oil the useless matter; they,are the main chan
nel which nature has appointed to carry eve
rything that is unnecessary. And it is im
possible to tell what a large amount of sickness
has been caused by costiptiOn, or costiveness:
in other words. by not keeping the bowels
regular; it iS'the cause of unnatural irritation
of the mucous membranes of the bOwels. Har
ing lost their natural strength, they cannot
object to what is required of them. Hence,
the bowels become inflamed, and unless you
rind a speedy relief! a thousand otller com
plaints are ever ready to drag you throng!: a
miserable and wretched life. Such medicines
must be given its will cleanse the stomach and
bowels, and restore .their natural . strength.
To accomplish this is no. cod - mound so
valuable as these Pills; ail other medicines
sink to utter insignificance when compared to
them : It seems asAough the Author of Na
ture had designed - them for this as well, as
other complaints. From two to five Pills a
day will increase strength and appetite, 'and
cleanse the stomach and intestines from what
ever is injurious.
Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are sold
by all dealers in Medicines.
r_TARDWARB, Iron and Nai:s, Glass, Sash
and Putty. Paints and Oils, Alcohol, I
Catnphenc and Burning Fluid, at
20 CLARK & PHILLIPS.
" . 4. W. BIRD, • •
SITRVEYOR,ifiIi attend to aillitisiness in his
line - promptly and 'faithfully; Orders may
be left at the Pest Office in Coudersport, nr
I at the house of H: L. Bird,in Sweden Twp.
• Particular attention paid to examining lands
fou_non-residents. Good references given
if requested. - 11:30 •
C. L. 1:10YT;
CIVIL :ENGINEER, SURVEYOR and
DRAUGHTSMAN, Bingham, Potter Co.,
Pa.. will promptly and efficiently attend'to
all business entrusted to him. First-class
-professional references can be given if re
- - - -
ETTERS of Administration on the-Estate
AA CHAI:LES 0. WARNER, late of Harrison
township, Potter , Co., Pa., de6eased, having
been granted to tie undersigned, all persons
indebted to said estate will make immediate
Payment, and those having claims against tine
Same will - present them a me for settlement.
MARY ANN WARNER, Adm'x..
Harrison. March 7, 1850.-306t*
-4 1 T rn , wo h a i ld i
hanks to his patrons, aUd inform them that
e is again in COLIDZIt.SPORt to remain a
reek or two, prepared to perform all opera
ions in Dentistry upon the Most approved
rinciples of tile Dental art. In; no branch of
'urgery or the Mechanical - Arta has greater
niprovement been made than in surgical and
i TEETH inserted from one to an entire set.
Allen's Continuous Gum Work, Platinum
Ease." (which some call the superior style),
urnished to those who prefer it.
Coudersport, March 9,1859.-3 t.
lIE NE PLUS ;ULTRA
HE PATENT LEVER SEWING MACHINE,
NUNUFACTURED BY THE GLOBE
New York, -
May be truly regarded as the " tie plus altra"
df sewing machines, and all who are wishing
tip find a Machine which is capable of doing
t - iny kind of sewing for Tailors !and House
wives with a satisfaction heretofore unknown,
should lose no time in ordering one of the
PATENT LEVER M.4CHIA:ES, which are
tb occupy a similar position tOwards other
:wing IlachineS that a Patent Lever Watch
(and everybody knows its value)' occupies to-
Wards a Lapine or any other second rate
This M: , cliine makes the "Lock Stitch,"
which looks the same• on both bides of the
fabric, and-cannot be ripped.
In fall respects equal to machines heretofore
sold at a hundred dollars and upwards.
llSpecimens of sewing done by the PATENT
EVER MACHINE, will be forwarded to any
pltrt of the country, upon receipt of a postage
N. B. An energetic and reliable agent is
scanted in every town and village of the Uni
t'd States and Canadas to sell the:above nam
e machine. An advantageous arrangement
trill he made with the right kind of merchant
who is willing to have the exclusive agency.
Address Globe Hanufacturinj Company,
11:30 - 339 Broadway, N. Y.
IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH!
IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH!
IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH!
WHAT'S IN EVERY BODY'S' MOUTH?
WHAT'S IN EVERY BODY'S' MOUTH?
WHAT'S IN EVERY BODY'SIMOUTH?
WHY " THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
WHY THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
WHY "THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
TtDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
WHAT'S STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS
WHAT'S STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS
WHY. PRESIDENT BUCHANAN'S
Which has been ordered of
THE AMERICAN TRADE
22 & 24 Frankfort .Street,
I HAVE FOUND IT
I HAVE FOUND IT!
WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND?
WHAT HAVE YOU FOUND?
WHY THE GREATEST LUXURY
OF THE AGE.
THE GREATEST LUXURY
OF THE AGE.
THE AMERICAN SMOKER.
See advertisement elsewhere
_THE kMERIGAN SMOKER.
THE GREATEST LUXURY OF THE AGE 1
THE GREATEST LUXURY OFI THE AGE!
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
NO! WHAT IS IT?
WHAT IS IT?
WHY THE AMERICAN SMOKER!
THE AMERICAN SMOKER !
THE AMERICAN SMOKER !
THE AMERICAN SMOKER!
WHERE CAN IT BE HAD?
WHERE CAN IT BE HA D?
WHAT SEGAR STORE KEEPS IT?
WHO SELLS IT? WHO SELLS IT?
See advertisement of " AMERICAN TRADE
IMPANY," in another place.
P. S. No DEALER IN CIGARS or TOBACCO, in
City or Town can be considered as keep
it4g pace with the progress of the age who does
ant order at once a sample box of the Amen
edit Smoker—for the benefit of his customers.
IW"A Sample box—postage paid—will
only cost a few dollars.
1'530 SELLS THE AMERICAN SMOKER?
iY EyERY „DALIdGIST-• AND CIGAR DEALER
If they dont now, they will hereaftei. Dont
all to engage one.
I THE cALE.vEr OF PEACE!'
I THE CALUMET OF PEACE!
THE CALUMET .OF PEACE!
.WHAT IS THE CALUMET OF PEACE?
WHAT IS IT? WHERE ISIT ?
IT IS THE AMERICAN SMOKER.
air See advertisement.
QUIET NERVES. QUIET NERVES!
NO EXCUSE FOR NERVOUS ,HUSBANDS.
HUSBAND GO BUY THE AMERICAN
T!HS IS TO . BE THE ORDER OF THE DAY,
From every wife who has a smoking hus
band—and no good husband who wants to
hiive peace in the family will fail to obey the
girSee advertisement. See hdreitisetne-nt.
The Ameriaeu Trades Compa
ny, was organized liovettiber 8, 1857, with
a Capital of one hundred ,thoustind dollars.
This Company was formed With a view of tak
ing up inventors of small articles, of general
utility, Who are unable iv make independent
arrangements 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 rnaniffactdred and sold.
The inventive genius of this coantry has long
called for an Institution of this kind. The
American mind is so active, that thousands of
things are invented, many of which would be
really usefu' to the community, but which are
never introduced, because the Inventors of
them have no means . to carry them out.
The capital of this Compel:L.l , 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 iu such mat
ters Intentors 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 fur, without any risk of advan
tage being taken of this 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 he,
furthering the objects of the Company if its
officers and agents can ba of any service to.
Any one of the following modes is ai:cepta
ble to this Company :
First: To manufacture • any articles for
which their machinery ` is ddapted by contract,
the inventor, receiving the articles and paying
for the same on delivery.
Second: They bitty any patent which is. ap
proved of by their committee.
Third: They will manufacture and sell any
article which they choose 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 104 feet deep, and 7 stories high
above the Sidewalk, is owned by the President
of the Company, l and is occupied in Iran by
all the machinery',, wareroomand offices of the
Company, where all its business and sales are
ete ameritan Craw ecimp'g
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 receive it damp sponge, through
which the smoke of the burning cigar has to
pass on its way to the mouth. This damp
spunge not only cools the smoke, but extracts
from it the nicotine oil, the poisonous proper
tv of the Tobacco, which renders the breath
less offensive. Smokers will Lind the use of
these Tubes a luxury 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..
Is a little contrivance for putting down carpets
without tack's. This is a. new article, which
has never before been upon the market. But
it possesses the merit of enabling a person to
put dovin or take up a carpet of the largest
size in general use iu fifteen minutes, without
any injury to the Boar or• carpet. It is very
cheap—cheat er in the long run than tacks-•
ar.d the great faculty with which even a serv
ant can take up and put down carpets, with
out the possibility ofmistake, renders it in
valuable to the housekeeper.
THE AMERICAN PEN HOLDER & WIPER.
It is a neat invention for holding a Wet sponge,
into which the pen is thrust, alvifitys coming
out clean and ready fur use. A very conven
ient article for the Counting-House Desk and
Library Table. 11:29
The American Smoker is an arti
cle of great utility and benefit to Smokers.
Persons affliceted with Bronchitis, Asthma,
Dyspepsia, Liver complaints or Kidney rafec
tions, can procure Sensncs MEDICATED for
these various diseases by Old Dr. Timer , . Sold
by the AMERICAN TRADES COMPANY, SOS. 22 and
DR. JACKSON ,
(Late of St. Loui.?,)
OF ERIE CITY, PENN'.A,"
May be consulted as follows—Free of Charge.
COUDERSPORT, - PA., "Glassmire's Hotel "
Saturday k Sunday, March 12th & 13th..
WELLSBO*. PA.. "Stage House,"
Wednesday & Thursday.Mazeh 9th &
WELLSVILLE. N. Y,. `;-Van. Buren's Hotel,"
Saturday & Suuchiy, Feb'ry 19th & 20th
INDIAN BOTANIC BERIEDIES
In treatment of diseases of the LUNGS and
CHEST, Liver, Stomach, Bowels. Heart, Nerves,
Skin. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, or
any and all diseases arising from Impure Blood,
FEMALE WEAENESS and Female DISEASES, of
all Kisps ; also all forms of Plutoxic or long
standing diseases. have given. Dr. JACKSON
INVALIDS SHOULD MARK WELL THE
TIME, and CALL EARLY as possible. The time
is limited and the appointments will be punc
tually kept as. above.
If sick with any CHRONIC diseases, do not
delay, as time only tends to confirm and ren
der a cure . more protracted and difficult.
Dr. Jackson will make examinations of the
Lungs and CHEST, by the use of the STETHO
SCOPE, FREE of CUARGE.
Dr. Jackson will not prescribe-without pros
pect of benetittiag his patients. No false
promises will be made, or expense incurred,
without corresponding prospeckof recovery.
Dr. Jackson does not tear down to build up
and uses no mincrat poisons in any case.
Dr. Jackson procures his medicines from
the wilderness of the Far West, analyses and
compounds them himself.
Dr Jackson, although paying apecial atten
tion to LUNG, THROAT, HEART and FEMALE DIS
EASES. also invites to consultations in ALL
CHRONIC diseases incident to the human
system. Seeing many thousand cases every
year, he is well prepared to give an op pion
As to the curability of any case,'
far NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION.
A. C. JACKSON, Indian.Phyfician.
Post Office address—EßlE, PA.; Box 222.
HEAVY CORN-FED BOGS, from Wyo
ming and Livingston Counties, are being
packed, and will be until January, 1859, by
20 CLARK & PHILLIPS.
I F ANYBODY, including maidss rind matrons,
old or young, ptaiu Or pretty, wish to buy
or sell anything. we give it as our candid tu,in
hin, they Had better come to that same Old
Regulator, kept in full blast by
20 CLARK st PHILLIPS.
What Noise hi That ?
OT IT IS THE RUSH AT THAT OLD
. REGULATOR, in full btast'from 6A.
kt., to :
.r. M., by the good people from Dan to
Bares. eba, after the good things thErefrceon
taine. Wellsville is a fast City, and :thipeo
ple are fast nags,. 0! my 11 how, they do
work at that old Store ! Farming and Log
ging can't begin with it ; and they don't try
to bait any body with Cc. SUgar,and call it
good.. Such might possibly do , for. Vinegar, if
$10.600 worth of - choice Pork,
j the Hog from Wyoming and Livingston coun
ties, packed by Clark & Phillips; 30000 Sugar
I Cured Hams; 22000 Shoulders; 12000 Pure
Lard ; 6000 Boots and ShOes ; 47000 Horse
Feed ; 95790 Nails, 41- to 5c ; 78000 Hard
,. ware, - Crow-Bars ' Iron, Tin Ware, Stone and
[Wooden Ware, Tools for Mechanics. Farmers
'and everybUdy; 1600 Flour, $4,75 to Si ; 76
Chests of Tea, from 33 to . '"sc. ; Paints; Oils,
Cawphene, and 21,0000, other
things ;'4OO Bushels Stone Lime, cheap ; Rub
bers -and Buffalo - Over-Shoes, for Men,. Women
at that "Old Regulator" in Wellsville, foot of
Plank Road street, on the Railroad,aurround
ed by Shingle Shanties, Lime Shanties, Pork
Packing - -and Flour Shanties, all the good peo
ple, mail and .she-inail, including the pretty
Lasses and prim Old Maids, to carry off the
needful, substantial and fanciful things therein
contained. Thus endeth Want No: 1. No. 2
2000000 Sawed Shingles,
1500000 Shaved do.
2000000 Lumber, '•
Also big Deers and Little Dears, some Bears,
some Patridges, some Porcupine, Cush $lO,
Butter, Cheese, Hcrats, 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 our fault that fools end • are
not all defunct. SO now we are prepared to
greet you with a Merry Christmas and a Hap
py New 'Year l CLARK .&• PHILLIPS.
Dec. 21, 1858. [11:22
P. S.: If that Printer made $l5OO by mind-
Ping his pwn business, and $5OO more by let
ting his, neighbor's alone, what moyght some
some others do? Let unhappy medlers answer.
HE PUBLIC are hereby notified that hay
purchased the Saw-Mill Property at
Lymansrille, in the county of Potter, now oc
cupied by Elihn Starkwenther, I hare ap
pointed ' the said Elihu Starkweather my
Agent, for the transaction of all business in
relation to the carrying on the business of
Stocking. and Manufacturing Lumber at the
said Mill. AUSTIN - A. KIRBY:
Coudersport, Oct. 5, 19 7.- 11:16-3mo*
TO E:r.,ERY FEMALE
.IN TIDE UNITED
MRS. MONTAGUE'S FEMALE CORDIAL,
FOR THE CURE OF ALL THOSE PAINFUL
DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN.
-Mrs. MoNy.konn, -for many years afflicted
with most of the diseases that are common to
females, ; spending a large fortune in ten years
in trying the different means of treatment for
her relief. to no avail, was prevailed upon by
many of her friends to visit Cuba, 'December
'4B, .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 ex.traordinary, medicine-is offered to the
public for the relief and cure of all the painful
and dangerous diseases peculiar to women.
and-that the female constitution is subject to.
To those suffering from "Prolapsus Uteri,"
Lucorrhoea, Ammorrhoes, 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
In all spinal affection?, pain in the region
of the Pel-is, Lowness of Spirits, hysteria
Sick-headache. and all those diseases arising
from the peeuliar formation of women, the
Cordial will be found of an immense value.
This Medicine.-moderates all excess, and re
'moves all obstruction ; it invigorates the de
hiliated constitution for the duties of life,. and
'when taken in middle age proves a blessing.
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 Seeding ft
three cent stamp, can bare 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, P.a., Box ill.
1 4 14rEVIT GOODS,
Cash skid Short-Time Buyers,
LADIES AND GE DI :
T AM NOW RECEIVING my A cond Whiter
I Stock, which embraces almost everything
usually kept by the Country Merchant— '
DRY GOODS, ' '
BOOTS .1: SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, -
all of which I propose to sell at low figures,
for cash or approved credit.
- Cali and Fee our GOODS and PRI
CES. Being thankful for past facers, I
hope to be able now to offer more farora
ble induaementa. P. A. STEBBINS.
Coudersport, Feb. 1, 1859.-25.
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•. IRON CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE:
P - ITTE11107:1218, PA/ CRANTIUMi /05 5 .•
300 Students attending January, lOe.
• Now the largest and ' most thorough' Com—
mercial School of the United States. - Young
men prepared po act d al duties of the Count
J. C- SMITH, A. M. Prof. of. Book-keeping and
. Science of Accounta.
A. T. Docruarr,' Teacher of Arithmetic and
. Cominercial CalCulation,
J. A..HEYDIUCK and T. 'C. Jmnriss, Teachers'
of Rook-keeping. • -
A.COWLEY and W. A. Minisa Profs. of Pas
SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY . BOOK
'As used in every department of business.
L'CESS WRITING—DETECTING' -
-Are. taught, and all other subjects neces.
sary for the success and thorough edueaticar
of a practical business man.
Drawn all the premiums in Pittsburgh, for
the past three ye:.rs ' also in Eastern and We 3.
tern Cities, for best Writing,
NOT ENGRAVED WORK.
Students enter at:any timp—No vacatloi.—
Time unlimited—Review at pleasure—Grad
uates assisted in obtaining situations."-.Tui
tion for full Commercial Course, $35.00; Av
erage time S to 12 weeks; Board, $2.69 per
week; Stationery s6,oo—Entire cost, - $60,08
,ger Ministers' received at half price.
For: Card—Circular----Specimens of , Busi
ness and Ornamental; Writilig—inclose twe
stamps, and address
F. W. JENKINS, Pittsburgli,'Pa.-
The undersigned, the Founder and Publish
er of VAN COURT'S COUNTERFEIT DETEO
TOR, desirous of retiring from this broach of
business, has merged ,that old established
work in the popular BANK NOTE REPORTER
of IMLAY S: BICKNELL. Having puhlished
Van Court's Detector since 1839, the Under
signed reluctantlV parts with his 'old friends;
and subScribers ; hut this reluctance is' less
enedl..bx the conviction, that in IMLAY
BICKNELL'S BANK NOTE REPORTER they"
will receive a work that matches the times..
J. ILIN COURT.
Philadelphia. Dec. 20, 1858.
All Subscriptions to
.Imlay & Bicknell's;
BANK NOTE REPORTEIt
are Payable serupntously in Advance. , This
is the oldest Bank Note Publication in tha
World. • Fur tbirtyl long years it has main,
tained an unsullied reputation, and continues
to be the necessary! companion of all businesis
people over the whble continent of Anerlea,
THE COINS !OF THE WORLD
Now in press by IMLAY & BICKNELL, will bet
given gratuitously to all old and' new sub
scribers. All Coin iCharts, Guides and ,Itau
mils, as compared with this, may be Consider
ed waste paper. -1
To the Semi-Monthly, $1,50 per annum.
Monthly, 1,00 "
Single Copies, at the Counter, 10 Cents.-
Mailed, 12 " •
Address ' IMLAY ik BICKNELL,
Box 1150, Post Office, Philadelphia, Pa.
A LADIES' FASHIONABLE FURNISTIDEG
STORE IN POTTER COUNTY.
xi RS. E. IL N. GRIDLEY has established!
INA_ a fashionable and extensive Ladies' Fer ,
nishing Store, at tilysses, Potter Co., Pa., three
miles west of ! LewisVllle, where she wilt take
pleasure in furnishing Millinery, Mantautnak
ing, and Ladies' Apparel generally, in better
'style and at much lower rates than ever before
()tiered in this county. Mrs. G. receives. ther.
fashions from New !York regularly, and is
therefore enabled to !Mile or repair Bonnets_
&c.. in the latest style and with unexceptiona
ble taste and durability. All articles warrant
ed to be as represented . She desires the pub
lic to call and assure themselves of the cor
rectness of her statements.
Messrs. Laraine 3: Co., will receive and sup.
ply orders to customers at Lewisville.!
T. E. Gridley will receive and promptly filt
orders, throughout this and the adjomine
counties, at shop prices.
Special arrangements made for Holiday
In connection with the abere,T.E.GRIIiD
LEY would announce to the public of Pot 7
ter and the adjoining counties, that he wilt
regularly visit them, prepared to furnish all
articles of Female and Male Attire, and Family
Goods in general, warranted to be precisely
as he shall represent, and at much lower prices
than can be bought of any other person in the
HEALTH WITHOUT PHYSIC:
IL PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS DISEASES.
Just published, the 25th thousand, in a seal- .
ed envelope, price 10 cents; or sent, postpaid,.
by the Publishers, for 3 stamps :
A MEDICAL ESSAY ON THE PHYSICAL Entsusilets
AND Decay of the frame from Indulgence,
Infection and the injurious consequences of
Mercury, With the modern means of cure.
By R. J. f IULVERWELL, M. D.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeoni,
kc., /Lc., &c.
gar Spermatorrhtea, or Seminal Emissions,
Nervous Debility, Impotency, Loss of Eneru,
Depression of Spirits, Timidity, Diseases of the
Sexual. Organs, and Impediments 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 dangerous and expensive medi7
From the Loudon Lancet.-- ,4 The best treatiss
ever written on a subject of vital importanee to all„
well worthy the Author's exalted reputation."
Address the Publishers : C. J. C. KLINS
Co., ISt Avenue, cur. 19th Street, Post Box
4586, New York City. [2l-3 mos. inside.]
tRE LEAF LARD, in firkins and tube,
Pcan be bad at the Old Regulator. Also,
Sugar Cured Hams, a Ilenty of Heads, Shanks
?.11 , CLARK & PHILLIPS.