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Died.—ln Owego. , Feb. 27th, JOHN
o . k arss, son of F. L. and A. D. Jones,
22 months and 8 days.
0- Mr. M. H. COBB, late editor of
Tioga Agitator, was united in the
tali bonds of .matrimony," on the 3d
„it, to Miss BETSEY B. BIXBY. Our
wishes -still continue with him ; in
latest arrangement. By the way, is
the "pioneer's work" alluded to in
sa ledictory.--Bradford Reporter.
To Straight American candidate for
, ye r--Clayton Trneax—was elected in
a oden. N. J-, on k'uesday, by a major
,p or 06 over both the other candidates.
We hope this Trueax will do good ser-
in hwving down the crime of that
ell ighted city—and ,may it occasionally
ogloce off," and relieve the neighboring
village of Philadelphia of a little of its
a Annie" is a new contributor, whom
y e gladly welcome to our columns--as
ril 1150 our readers' gratefully read her
6 , , ntriblitions as we hope to publish them
f:O9 time to time. Read her article in
number, entitled "These Latter
There are thoughts in them well
north an effort at practical emulation.—
Trite often, - ANNIE, —you are truly vrel
one,to a choice corner in the JOURNAL.
L l islative.—The following act passed
;ally in the House last Thursday eve
ling; and we trust it will be speedily
ant through" the Senate and signed by
Au act to repeal the act, approved
4ril 20, 1858, supplementary to an act
i;proced 31st March, 1856. to regulate
Seale of intoxicating liquors, so tar as
timid supplementary act applies to the
linty of Potter.
Ciket .Club.—Tho following gentlemen
reformed themselves into a club for weekly
r dee at the exciting and healthy game of
with SAIL nod. ED. as the cap
rat of the primitive match. We presume
r till soon become's° proficient in practice
to authorize us to challenge the " crack
in the United-States and Canadas " :
STEBSI , N.9, C. S. H. STOMAS, C.
A. C. Taggart, - C. S. Jones,
I. S. Mann, P. A. Stebbins, jr.,
i. Schoomaker, H. J. Olmsted,
p. E. Olmsted, A. F. Jones,
'B. B Overton Z. J. Thompson, •
B. Smith, A. G. - Olmsted, •
'F. B. Jenkins, E A. Jones,
N.D. Kelly, S. P. Hut.
7 F. Knox. Ez. Starkweather.
ifr are in receipt of "Guy Mannering,"
eecond nuwber of Messrs. T. B Pe-
is & Brothers cheap edition of the
, irerly Novels. A number is publish
iecery Saturday, at 306 Chestnut St.,
nladelphia,- by this eminently enter
ing firm—each number containing a
:piece -novel, at the low price of 25
a number, or a complete 'sett, in
:r covers, will be sent by mail ; post
, to any part of the United States,
:ceipt of $5 by the publishers. The
!cl, Edinburg edition, from which
published verbatim, contains
es, and costs S72—a vast reduction
for the same matter. Address T.
Peterson & Brothers, 306 Chestnut
inePittsburg D ibpaich of the 17th inst
,UMBER is beginning to come down I
the upper streams in considerable
tides; fears are entertained, however,
the aggregate amount to run this
, will be far less thttn the demand,
the prices will range correspondingly
Lumber now commands from s7''',
per cubic M._ Shingles are in cle
at $3 25 per N. Lath have not
to come into market; they are now
at from $1 871 to $2 per M."
eat is a "cubic M," Mr. Dispatch?
Warren Wail of last week says :
'he rafts are running briskly this
;day) morning. The water is at a
dug stage and the weather is Spring
(ant Trees.—We trust our readers,_
tiler in villages or not, have determin
)lant out a large number of shade
it trees the present Spring. The
la growing tree about your house,
ig the road, is far beyond the ordi
thuate. The Erie Gazette speaks
forcibly, and wisely on this subject :
the shade trees which line most of
treets, constitute the pride and glory
3 , especially In growing seasons. In
Itammer they are a source of comfort,
at all times they are pleasing to the
Id grateful to the senses. Let them
.!cl up where they are not, and let
am ambition to make this a notice
feature of our Ctty.
would be a narrow 113 w of the sub-
Suppose that TREES are merely use
)l'l:laments—that they fulfil no of-
It to adorn a city.,'Their moral
much higher; an they are to be
by a higher measure, and for a
purpose, They are perpetual reve
of the Creator's pew, j wisdom, and
ta. They teach us, to despise much
rich we are brought into daily,coli
look beyond the conventionalities;
life and its hollowness and rotten
for pleasure and happiness.'"
Rev.ll. H. RICE, pastor of the
E. Church of this place, is doing a gooll
work for his cause and his church hi this
place and_ neighborhood. The two
or three weeks he held. meeting every
evening, and his earnest sad inipressiye
sermons and prayers were effective ' las
shown by the large and respectable 'audi
ences constantly in attendance ,upon the
meetings. He is what may be properly
called a "practical thinker," and delivers
his ideas with a dictioti which at once car
ries them with force to the heart- of, his
hearers. His illustrations are pointed and
sufficiently common-place to render :his
sermons easily comprehended by all minds
—hence their effectiveness. Independ—
ent of dogmatism and sophism, they offend
none. Last Sabbath morning he uttered
a creed for all men—as he said, a plat:.
form -upon which all christian minds;
could meet and agree. His text was Ec
clesiastes xii, 13 .t 14 :
" Let us hear the cdnclusion of , the
Whole matter : Fear GO and keep }his
commandments : fur this is the whOle :du
ty of man. For God shall bring every
work into judgment, with every_ secret
thing, whether it be good, or whether it
And then applied it as a greed by giv•
ing the definitiOn of the commandments
of God as stated by Jesus. Matthew
xxit, 37, 38, 39 & 40
"Jesus said unto him,-Thou shalt love
the Lord thy God with all thy heart,land
with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
This is the first hod great commandMent.
And tlie second is like unto it, Thou shalt
love thy neighbor as thyself. , On these
two commandments hang all the law.and
The illustrations of these two passages
of Scripture formed a most excellent ;dis
course. Mr. nice has been requested to
re-deliver it some time in the future, and
we trust he will yield to the invitation,;
and we hope he will have a largr audi-
Corrected every Wednestlay,.by P. A. STEB
BINS, wholesale and retail Dealer in Gro
ceries and Provisions. Main Street,
Apples, green, ? bush., - $75 to 100
do dried, " 175 ' 2 25-
Beans," I 25 2 00
Beeswax, 11 lb., 20 25
Beef, " 6 7
Beef IfidesT " G 6-
, . .
Berries, dried, `V quart 10 IS
Buckwheat, 1-0 bush., 63 75
Butter, 11 lb., 20 22
Cheese, " 8 121
Oorn, ll bush., •1 00 106
Corn Meal. per cwt., 250 ,3 00
Eggs, ' , il doz., 12- 15
Flour, superfine, qp bbl., 750 800
do extra, " .8 00 850
do„ double extra, " 850 900
Elantini lb., 12 14
Hay, 11 ton, 10 00 11 00
Honey, ? lb., 10 12i
Lard. " . 12 16
Maple Sugar, per lb., 8 10
Oats, '1 3 .713 osh , , 50 56
Onions, " . 100 ,i 1 121
Pork, II bbl.„ 20 50 23 50
'do 10 lb., - 10 12, 1 1 t
do in whole hog, 10 lb., 6 . ' 7A
Potatoes, it bush., 50 ,56
Poultry, '-'0 lb., 5 6
Rye, 11 bush., 1 00 1 124
Salt, `ll bbl., • - :3 50
do 10 sack, 1 25;
Sausages, 12 14*
Trout, 'il }-bbl:, , 600 i 6 50
Wheat, 7to bush ° 125 11 50
White Fish, per. 3-11 bl., 600 I :6 50
Wool, per. lb., 30 ! 1 35
HOMER. Friday, April Ist, at the school
house near Jacob Peet's.
COLESBURG, Monday, April 4th.
HEBRON. Friday, April Bth, at the Hollen
-beck school house. - • I
SHARON; Saturday, April 9th. at the school
house near the mouth of Honeoye Creek.
ULYSSES, Friday, April 15th, at the house
of Atlas Bennett.
HARRISON, Saturday April 16th, !at the
Dodge school house.
Ser The examinations at each of the above
places to commence at 10 o'clock A. xi
Other notices will be given in due time.
March 23. J. HENDRICK, Co, Ssp't.
THE BOWELS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
As perfect health is the greatest blessing
that we can enjoy, without which 'all other
blessings are of little consequence, tiro I deem
it of great importance to point out :the way
for you to enjoy it. The bowels mustbe kept
in a state by which they are enabled to carry
oft the useless matter; they are the niain;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 costipation, 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., Hav
ing lost their natural strength, they cannot
object to what is required of them, Hence,
the bowels become inflamed. and unless you
find a speedy relief, a thousand other: com
plaints are ever ready to. drag you through' a
miserable and wretched life. Sucb medicines
must be given as will cleanse the stomach and
bowels, and restore. their natural ;strength
To accomplish this there is no compound ,'so
valuable as these Pills; all other 'medicines
sink to utter insignificance when compared to
them; It seems AO though the Author !of Na
ture had designed them for this as, yell 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. . - I
Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills* sold
by all dealers in Medicines.
L. P. WILLISTON,
ATTORNEX AT LAW, Welisboro 7 , Tioga Co.,
Pa., will ttend the Courts in Potter and
3l'lican Counties. 9:13'
MICAVING pnidipeeial attention to the mil
-1 ■ tivation JoOsmnll fruits, , and *wed
pains or - expenseito procure evei7thing of the
kind rare and , valuable v l am - now prepared to
furnish, in large or small quantities, on reas
onable terms, the following varieties:
-NEW ROCHELLE, OR LAWTON.-50,000
strong and vigordus plants of this superior vit.;
riety, at.the following reduced prices:
100 Plants, $ lO,OO 20 Plants, $-1,00
-40 do 1 6,001
10 do- 2,00
30 do - 5,00 4 do - 1,00
Circulars, giving information asionnnage
merit of plants and general cultivation, will be
forwarded to all purchasers.
DORCHESTER. 7 -A very long, beautiful,
sweet, berry, and abundant bearer. Highly
NEWMAN'S THORNLESS —Prized on ac;
count of its comparative freedom front thorns,
and its abundant yield of excellent fruit, tile'
not so large as the first two varieth-s. Prices
' ERINCLE'S . ORANGE, $2 per d'ozen•, FAS
TOLFF, RIVER'S LARGE FRUITED MONTH
LY, KNEVETT'S GIANT, HUDSON RIVER
ANTWERP, RED ANTWERP and YELLOW
ANTWERP, at $1 per dozen. and $5 per 100
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED VARIETIES,
embracing nearly all the Foreign and :%.:;ttive
kinds, poth old and new, worthy of cultiva
ONE ITUNDIIED THOUSAND PEABODY'S
SEEDLING, at • 50 cents per dozen--$2 per
hundred—slo per thousand.
Great care has been taken to procure and
preserve these ~ varieties, true to name, and
they are WARRANTED CORRECT.
- Catalogues sent on application, enclosing
32-4 t Box 478, Pittsburgh; Pa.
LETTEETTERS of Administration on the Estate
of SAMUEL HURD, late of Genesee town
ship, Potter Co:, Pa., deceased, having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons indebt
ed to said estate will make immediate pay
ment, and thoSe having claims against the
seine will present them to me for settlement.
WILLIAM HUED. Adner.
Genesee. March 14, 1859.-31 1 61* 1
COUDERSPORT ACADEMY, 1859.
.Rev. J. HENDRICK. A. M.. PRINCIPAL.
SPRING and SUMMER TERM commences
Tuesday, April 5.
FALL TERM commences
Tuesday, August 23.
- Rates of Tuition:
Primary Branches, . $2 50
Common English, . - 350
nigher English, with Algebra, 4 75
nigher Mathematics, - 600
Latin and Greek, ' 600
Drawing (extra) 2 50
Music, with use of Piano, (extra) 10 00
French, (extra) 3 00
French, withoul other studies, 5 00
Room Rent, each, 1 00
pe'• Competent Teachers have been sectm
,ie'd for every brinch of Study. [3l.]
LETTERS of Administration on the Estate
of CIIARLES C. WARNER, late of Harrison
township, Potter Co., Pa., deceased, having
been granted fo the undersigned, all persons
indebted to said estate- will- make immediate k
payment, and thou having claims against the
same will present them' 'o• mo for setttemerfe.
MART ANN WARNER, Adm'x.
Harrison, 31arch 7, 1859.-30-6t*
THE" NE PLUS ULTIIA
THE PATENT:' LEVER SEWING NIA CHINE
3L . NUFACTURED BY THE GLOBE
May be truly regarded as the " ue plus altra"
of sewing machines ' and all who, are wi , b:ng
to find a Machine which is capable of dui:.2.
any kind of sewing for T.li!ors - and
wives, with a satisfaction teretofory nu nu r
should lose no time iu ordering one of the
PATENT LEVER .11ACHINES, are
to occupy a simil:tr pos.lion tow,rds
sewing Machines that' , ,
tand 7 everybody know; its occupie.; to
wards a Lapine or any other second rate
This Machiue makes the •• Lock stitch."
which looks the same ca both sides of the
fabrie, and cannot be ripped.
In all respects equal to machines heretofore
sold at a hundred dollars and upwards
- Specimens of sewing done by the PATENT
LEVER MACHINE, will be forwarded to any
part of the country, upon receipt of a postage
N. B. An energetic and reliable agent is
wanted in every town and village of the.Uni
ted States and Canadas to sell the above nam
ed machine. An advantageous arrangement
will he made with the right kind of merchant
who is willing to have the exclusive agency.
Address Globe Manufacturing Company,
11:30 339 Broadway, N. Y.
WHO SELLS THE AMERICAN SMOKER?
WHY EVERY DRUGGIST-•AND CIGAR DEALER
* If they dont now, they will hereafter. Dont
fail to, engage r"o.
THE CALUMET OF PEACE!
THE 'CALUMET OF PEACE!
THE CALUMET OF PEACE!
WHAT IS THE CALUMET OF PEACE?
. WHAT IS IT ? WHERE IS IT ?
IT IS THE AMERICAN SMOKER.
QUIET NERVES, QUIET NERVES!
NO EXCUSE. FOR NERVOUS HUSBANDS.
HUSBAND GO BUY THE AMERICAN'
THIS IS TO BE THE ORDER 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 to obey the
orders . )11:29]
kay"See advertisement. See advertisement.
lIARDWARB, Iron and Nails, Glass, Sash
JAIL and Putty, Paints and Oils,- Alcohol,
Camphene and Burning Fluid, at
20 ' CLARK & PHILLIPS.
WAVY CORN-FED HOGS, from Wy0.1.1.
.1.1. Ming and Livingston Counties,
packed, and will be until January, 1859, by
20 • CLAIM & PHILLIPS.
FOR. THE POTTER JOURNAL'?
The Amerlaen Trades Compa
fik; was organized November 8, 1857, with
a Capital of one -hundred thousand. dollars._l
This Company w-a.sformed with aview of tak- ,
(rig up inventors of small articles of; getter:lll
utility, who aro unable to. make independent
arrangt meats for introducing their inventions;,
bg an. writable* arrangement with them for
their rights by purchase out and out, or by
tariff on the articles manufactured and sold.!
The inventive genius of this country has long
called for an Institution of thiz • kind. The
American mind is "so active, that thousands of
things are invented, many of which would be
really useful to the community,,but which are
never-introduced, because the Inventors of
them have no means to carry them oat.
!ffhe capital of this Company will be deveted
to the development of rerilly 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 Matt
tern Inventors have a security that their in:
ventiohs will not bo misjudged; and the high
character of the parties composing that. Comp
mittee is a sufficient guaranty that plans and
specification; may he submitted before patents
are applied for, without any risk of advan
i tau being taken of this circumstahce, and
when desired t , ) do so, the Company will take
out patents for others,•securing for the invent
tor all of his invention that is patentable.
This Company respectfully invite• inventors
I 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
' Any one of the following modes isaceepta
ble to this Clompttny:
First To manufacture any articles fqr
Which their machinery is adapted by contract,
the inventors receiving the articles and paying
for thO same on delivery.
Second:. They buy any patent which is ap
proved-of by their committee.
Third: They will manufacture and sell any
article which they choose - to a f doßt-, - giving to
the Inventor such a proportion of-the profits
aS may he agreed upon.
The extensive- building, No: 22 and 24
Frankfurt-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 business and Sales are
71.1je Zintetican Z.:ratio Oomp'g
What they manuntetufe,
THE AMERICAN SMOKER,
Consisting of a great variety or unique and
beautiful patterns of Cigar Tubes; also, sev
eral varieties of Pipe Tubes. The peculiarity
abaikt these i rticles is that each one is arrang
ed so as to receive a damp sponge, through
which the smoke of the burning cigar hat to
pass on its way to the mouth. This damp
sponge not only cools the smoke, but extracts
from it the nicotine oil, the poisonous proper
ty of the Tobacco, which renders the breath
less offensive. Smokers will find 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 oftbe
habitual smoker and preserve the sweetness
of the breath.
THE AMERICAN CARPET HOOK.
Is a little contrivance for putting down carpets
without tacks: This is a new article,. which
has never before been upon the market.. But
it possesses, the merit of enabling a person to
put down or take up it carpet of the largest
size in general use in fifteen minutes, without
any injury to the floor or carpet. It is very
cheap—chea, er in the long run than tackeT—
and the great faculty with which even a serv
ant can take up and put down carpets, with
out the possibility of a mistake, renders it in
valuable to the housekeeper.
THE AMERICAN PEN HOLDER & WIPER.
It is a neat invention for holding a wet sponge,
into whie.h•the pen is thrust, always coming
out clean and ready for 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 afflice - ted with Bronchitis, Asthma,
Dysfiep.ia, Liver complaints or Kidney affecw
ti o n: : can procure SPONGES MEntoxren for
these various diseases by Old Dr. THORP. Sold
by Ow ',:RICAN TRADES COMPANY, Nos. 22 and
IN EVIIIV BoDY'S . MOCITHI
- IN EvERY i;u:;r:: MOUTH!
l)(_!)\ - S MOUTH!
IVIIA I'S BODY'S MOUTH?
W!.F S IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH?
NYHAT'S IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH?
WHY^ THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
•• AMERICAN SMOKER."
WHY 'IHE AMERICAN SMOKER."
STi:D? , ED WITH DIAMONDS.
STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
STPI)-DED WITH DIAMONDS
IVHAI'S SI ISt , i/ED WITH DIAMONDS
WEY PRESIDE:ST BUCHANAN'S
. AMERICAN SMOKER,
Wbiva b.::: been ordered of
THE AMERICAN TRADE
22 & 2- frankfort Street,
- . New York.
A BLAKE, Dentist, would return his thanks
• to his patrons, and inform them that
he is again in COUDEBSPORT, to remain a
week or two, prepared to perform all opera
tions in Dentistry upon the most approved
principles of the Dental art. In no branch of
Surgery or the Mechanical Arts has greater
improVement been made than in surgical and
TEETH inserted from one to an entire set.
" Allen's Continuous Gum Work, Platinum
Base." (which some call the superior style),
furnished to those who prefer it. •
Coudersport, March 9,1859.-3 t. •
THE GREATEST LUXURY OF THE AGE!
THE GREATEST LUXURY op THE AGE!
HAVE YOU TRIED IT ?
. HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
NO! WHAT IS IT ?
WHAT IS IT T •
WHY THE AMERICAN SMOKER
THE AMERICAN SMOKER I
• • THE AMERICAN .SMOKER ! .
. THE AMERICAN SMOKER! • !
- WHERE CAN IT BE HAD? .
! WHERE CAN IT BE HA 0 ?
• WHAT SEGAR STORE KEEPS IT?
WHO SELLS IT? WHO SELLS IT?
See advertiSement of " AMERICAN Tlteklit
in another place.
P. S. No .RMALER IN CHUMS or Toßecco, in
any City or Town can bo considered as lieep_
ing pasfila with the progress of the age who does
not order at once a sample box of the Ameri
can Smoker—for the benefit of his customers.
rA Sample box—postage paid—Wil
only cost a few dollars.
- IFF ANYBODY', including maids and matrons,
I. old or young, plain or pretty, wish to buy
or sell anything, we give it as our candid ouiti
ion, they had better come to that same Old
Regulator, kept in full blast by '
20 CLARK & PHILLIPS,
HARK! HARK !
What Noise Is That I
OT IT IS THE RUSH At
. THAT OLD
• REGULATOR., in full plastTrom 6A.
m., to 9 P. m., by the good people from Dan to
Baresheba, after the good things therein con
tained. Wellsville is a fast City, and the'peo
pie are fast nags: 0! my fi how they do
work at that old Store I• 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. Suel4 might possibly do for Vinegar, if
$lO,OOO worth of choice Pork, brought in
the Hog from Wyoming and Livingston coun
ties, - packed by Clark A: ; '3OOOO Sugar
.Hams; 22000 Shoulders; 12000 Pure
Lard ; 6000 Boots and Shoes ; 47000; Horse
Feed; 95790 Nails; 4,1 to 5c.; 78000,i Hard
ware, Crow-Bars, Iron, Tin Ware, Stone and
Wooden Ware, Tools for Mechanics. Farmers
and everybody; 1600 Flour, $4,15 to •, 76
Cliests of Tea, froml3s to ':sc. ; Paints, Oils,
Fluid, Alcohol; Catphene,-and 200000, other
things ; 400 Bushels Stone Lime, cheap '•, Rub
bers and Buffalo Over-Shoes, for Men; Women
and Children. I
t, . .
at that "Old Regula l tor " in Wellsville; foot of
Plank Road street, on Railroad, surround-
ed by Shingle Shauties; Lime Shanties, Poik
Packing and Flour*anties, all the good peo
ple, mail and she-mail. including the pretty
Lasses and prim 0 d Maids, -to carry off the
needful, substantia and fanciful things therein
contained.- Thus , ndeth Want No. 1. No. 2
calleth for ' - .
2000000 Sawed Shingles,
Also big Deers and Little Dears, some Bears,
some' Patridges, some Porcupine, Cash $lO,
Butter, Cheese, Hoats, Ogs, Poultry, Corn, &c.
Come all ye wlio wish to buy or sell; we will
do you good. Doubt it not if any say nay,—
it is not our fault that fools and -- are
not all defunct. So now we are prepared to
greet you with a Merry Chrigtmaa and a Hap
py New Year I CLARK & PHILLIPS,
Wellsville, Dec. 21, 1858. (11:22
P. S. If that Printer made $l5OO by mind
ing his own business, and $5OO mord by let
ting his neighbor's alone, what mouirht some
some others do? Let unhappy medlers answer.
THE PUBLIC are hereby notified that hay
ing purchased the Saw-Mill Property at
Lymansville, in the county of Potter, now oc
cupied by Elihu Starkweather; I • hare ap
pointed the said Elihn 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, 18 7. 11:16-3mo*
TO EVERY FEMALE. IN THE UNITED
MRS. MONTAGUE'S FEMALE CORDIAL.
VOR THE CURE OF ALL THOSE PAINFUL
I.' DISEASES PECULIAR TO WOMEN.
Mrs. MONTAGUE, for many years afflicted
with most of the diseases that are common to
females, spending a large fortune - in ten years
in tryihg the different means of treatment fur
her relief, to no avail, was prevailed upon by
many of her friend's 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, the
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 SUCCC9B.
This extraordinary 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 "Prolapses Uteri,"
Lucorrhoea, Amenorrhoea, Menorrhagia, Dys
mcnorrhoea-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 affections, pain in- the region
of the Pelvis, Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria
Sick-headache, and all those diseases arising
from the peculiar formation of _women, the
Cordial will be found of a:n immense value.
This medicine moderates all excess, and re
moves all obstruction; it invigorates the de
billeted 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 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 : eff to the trade: All
orders must be addressed-to
Dr_ J. D. STONEROAD,
Lewistown, Pa., Box 111
Cash and Short7Tlme Buyers,
LADIES AND. GENTLEMEN:
lAM NOW RECEIVING My second Winter
Stock, which embraces almost everything
usually kept by the Country Merchant—
BOOTS tc. SHOES,
. CROCKERY, .k.c.;
all of which I propose to sell - at low figures,
for'easb or approved credit.
'alt and see - our , GOODS and PRI
.CES. Being thankful for past favors, I
hope to -be able nosy to offer more favora
ble :inducements.. P. A. STEBBINS.
Coudersport,' Feb. 1,1.859.-25. . *
. () : •
( al f x livi /
IRON CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
Ptrrserama, Pa. 1 I CitearsWan 1856.
800 Students attending .Tairday, l lllsB. -
- Now the largest and most thorough Co
mercial School of the United States. Young
men prepared forlactnal duties of the Coutt•
J. C. SMITH, A. M. Prof. of Book-keetibag and
Science of Accounts. . ,
A. T, DOETRETT Teacher ' or Arithmetic 'sad
J. A. Havoincic and T. C. JEssue, Teachers
of Book-keeping. . .
A COWLEY and W. A. MILLER Profit. of Pen
manship. ' - •
SLNGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY , BOOS
As used in every department of business.
COMMERCIAL ARITBSIETIC—RAPID BUS
• Are taught, and all other subjects netati•-
sary for the success and , thorough educlailow
of a praCtical business man: • •
. .1. 2• PREMIUMS.
Drawn all the premiums in Pittsburgh, far
the past three years, also in Eastern and We -
tern Cities, forhesWriting,
• NOT ENGRAVED WORK..
- IPIPORTANT INFORMATION.
Students enter at any time No vacatlC4.-..
Time Unlimited—RevieW at pleasure—Grad=
mates assisted in obtaining situations—Titi
tion for full Commercial Course, s3s,odi ' At
-erase time 8 to 12 weeks; Board, $2.80, per
week; Stationery s6,oo—Entire cost, seo,oe
to $70,00. _ .
• ler& Ministers' Soria received at Walvis*.
For Card—Circular--Specimens of Bast
ness and Ornamental Writing—inclow twa
stamps, and address ' •
F. W. JENKINS, Pittsburgh, Pa.
- A CARD.
The undersigned, the Founder and Publish.
er of VAN COURT'S COUNTERFEIT Dialer.
TOR, desirous of retiring from this bratielt-of
business, has merged that old established
work in the popular BANK NOTE REPORTER
of IMLAY a BICKNELL. Having published
Van Court's Detector since 1839, the under
signed reluctantly parts with his old friends
and subscribers ; but this reluctance is less.
ened by the conviction, that in IMLAY k.
BICKNELL'S BANK NOTE REPORTER they
will receive a work that matches the times.
J. VAN COURT.
Philadelphia, Dec. 20, 1858.
All Subscriptions to
Imlay & iicknell'a.
BANK NOTE 'REPORTER
are Payable scrupuldusly in - Advance. This
is the oldest Bank Note Publication in the
world. For thirty long years it has main
tamed an unsullied reputation, and continues
to be the necessary companion of all business
people over_the whole continent of America.
THE COINS. OF THE WORLD!
Now in-press by Tansy k 13mitnem, will be
given gratuitously to all old and new sub
scribers: all Coin Charts, Guides and Mu
aals, as compared with this, may be consider•
led waste paper. 1 ' '
To the Semi-Monthly, - $1,50 per anaam.
Monthly, 1,00 ' 1
Single Copies, at the .Counter, 10 Cents.
" Mailed, 12 "
Address ;IMLAY do BICKNELL,
Box 1150, Post Office, Philadelphia, PA.
[22-3mp.] • I
. No „Hurabug.
A LADIES' FASHIONABLE FUEN/IMING
STORE IN POTTER COUNTY.
IRS. E. 11. N. GRIDLEY has established
a fashionable and, extensive Ladies' Fur
nishing Store, at Ulysses, Potter Co., Pa., three
miles west of Lewisville, where she willtake
pleasure.in furnishing Millinery, Mantauntsk
ing,'and Ladies' Apparel generally, in better
style and at much levier fates then ever before
offered in this county. , Mrs. G. receives the
fashions, from New York regnlarly,• ant is
therefore enabled to make or repair Bonnets
&c., in the latest style and with unexceptiona—
ble taste and durability. All articles warrant
ed to he as represented She desires the pub
lic to call and assure themselves of the nor
rectness of her statements.
Messrs. Larabee & Co., will receive and sup.
ply orders to customers at Lewisville.
T. E. Gridley will receive and protoptly dlt
orders; throughoUt this and the adjoining
counties; at shop prices.
Special arrangements made for irolidai
In connection with the above, T. E.GRID•
LEY Would announce to the public of Pot
ter and the adjoining counties, that he win
regularly visit them, prepared to furnish all
articles of Female
,and Mate Attire, mad Family
Goods in general, warranted to be precisely
as be shall represent, and at much lower pllce
tban can be bought of any other person to the
county. , (11:31j
A man ESSAY on nuns NOME
Just published, the 25th thousand, ins s6al•
ed envelope, price 10 cents; or sent, postpod,
by the Publishers, for 3 stamps :
A MEDICAL ESSAY ox TILE PHYSICAL EXISAINITISII
AND DECAY of the frame from liwitagenes,
Infection and the injurious consequences 9f
Mercury, With the modern mans of ewe.
By R. J. MILVERWELL, M. D.
Member of the Royal College of Surgerms;
&c., &c., &c.
!NW Spermatorrhoia, or Seminal Bmiestiouir;
Nervous Debility, Impotency, Logs of ftira b
Depression of Spirits, Timidity, mews ota•
Sexual Organs, and Impediments to Marti*
generally, are promptly and effectually mired
by the. Author's novel and most seemed
mode or treatment, by means of whichft Is=
valid can regain pristine health without -hay.
lug recourse to dangerous and ezpenstm gist
Rim the London Lalscet.--" Thdontraitein
ever written on a subject of vital ineportmooloe%
weU worthy the Author's exalted reputotios‘"
Address the Publishers: C. J. C. MAIN 11
C0.,,•15t Avenue, cor. 19th Street,.Post SDa
4586, New York City. [2l-3 !nos. insido .
PGRE LEAF LARD, in firkins and tabs;
can be had at,the Old Regulator. Also,
Sugar Cured Hauls, a plenty of Heads, fikants
HEALTH WITHOUT PHYSIC;
CLARK & runtips