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Ire hive received the May . inirnher:of
o , •Great Republic" oc;
1 3 3 for full notice this week.
AC roads in this section are in exceed
'i„gly bad condition jnst -now, and -the
I tr opect is that they will not iinprove
r try s oon. Tuesday rain fell all the af
lemon slowly but steadily, and, in view
4the Saturday snow, folks .at the other
l ad of the Alleghany river may look fur
lieontinuation snd increase of high water,
This is fine growing weather, hoWever,
I s r,d we notice that the dozen Or 80 acres
I pf fall wheat in the Borough is growing
l Eaelv and looks quite healthy:
Newry Snot? Seornt . .—Lat, Saturday,
April 23d), over a foOt of snow fell at
t hi s place, and our citizens were excluded
from viewing the sky during thu entire
i s e, The ground was very wet and sofr,
le t, at dark there was about eight' inches
d nun on the ground. Sunday the sun
owe out, however, and by 3. o'clock P.
11: there was very little snow left. We
tepe it is the last of the season, though
vtbelieve the snow, storm under notice
los a fortunate occurrence for farmers.
Conserfa tory• Journal, devoted to es
tablishing a Massachusetts Conservatory
d Art, Science, Histcnical relics," is a
reyJournal issued from Boston: Its
radiate object is to get from the Legis
lature a reservation of land on Black Bay
h r • the establishment of buildings,
:rounds; &c , adapted to their enlarged and
philanthropic designs.. The most liberal
d enlig:nened men of Massachusetts
are engaged in the effort, and they seem
ittenained to havc-a.collection of rooms,
rounds, and objects of nature and art
t ot urpassed in beauty or utility in the
We find the-following handsome• no
!ice of our fellow-citizen in the Sbeboy-
L iu (Wis.) Journq. It will be seen
that" Jim" is sill flourishing, and able:
"get about." .We wish him luck
GOING AWAY.-J. W. Smini, Esq.,
Store Merchant; of this city, is on the
pint of removing, with, his family, to`the
Id , uriAing village of Sparta in the west
patt-nf this State. Jim is at' enter,
go-ahead business man, and an
•timable citizen, and we wish him god._
:fed in all his undertakings. This city
J:11 lose, and the village of Sparta gain,
• upright and honest citizen.
Fire.---Last Saturday night the slop
dwelling-room occupied by Mr. Tillet
; and adjoining the residence of Mr.
larliweatlier, at Lvmsnsitille, (two miles
, q of this place); was destroyed by fire,
gether with tools and furniture, the
r barely escaping with their lives—Mr.
.raring a single feather be& Though
iere was only about. three feet space--be
ea it and Mr. Starkweather's house, it
ring a wing of the same, the latter es
rithout -any damage: The loss
outs to probably $l5O. Mr.. Allan
rkweather being the principle loser,
'eugh Mr. Tillotson is left entirely des
The Temperance Lecture last Monday
ening, by the: Rev. M. H. Rice, (an
need in our last), was one that we
'h that every man and woman in tins
an and county had listened to, and we
,cerely regret that his audience was so
11. It was a thorough and radical
4)bitian of the position and principle Of
earnest and honest temperance men—
'all who are sincere in their desire to
y the evil effects of intemperance. The
taker took an independent position up
• the broad platform that the use of in
licating liquors as beverage is wi•ong,
that the indulgence of that appetite
'mere triumph , of the physical over the
.rat nature of man—a victory over hu
,l reason which brute instinct will not
'it of; that the common-place plea
1 depriving a mail of the right to sell
drink to the degradation of himself and
' l "Nry of his friends is depriving him
his liberty, is a grave error into which
dservative moralists are glad to fall, and
trie liberty win is no measure claim
'right to do wrong ; there were a great
ny pretended tempecauce men, who
• alway s wishing that some-thing could
done fur the - cause, but who were always
. d of the "present movement," how-
Wholesome it might be; thatthe true
re for intemperance and crime is the
4 ge of a prohibitory liquor law, 'Das
h as laws that permit the sale or use
i toxicating drinks, by thus eounten
`,,ki3 the hu s b iess . m a ke it
' fes , ,t,pe -( moral strong,-:—and in
'Doe• '6n the speaker said, -very
1411 . y, that he would as soon think
I respectable hell as a respectable
: 440 P- The speaker did not pretend
know much about constitutions .nor
but he could not comprehend how
shut"titip :up liam-ShoPS' 4 ; hw- Nas.
cdistifatioitul„ while shuttin up - . dratu 7
niurderers; leas -
. .CorOtiitt- -
liefirtl- - he' could coniprehea:d..l'..the
logic which:tiasde the . - effe.ce eimstitidional
lieVekstrcl.So - -de - .*C,' - 'thlit, there are-__a
many ttneonstitutional-eonStittitions )
nieasuted by:the Standard of moral jus
tice abti equity; and that there
is ten an
thority beyond the cobstittition and lairs
of our-StateiihiCh.ean and ought Teo-,
tify the:defects. of them—that authority
being the votes of the people, conscien
tiously cast for principle. _ The speaker
closed Otth.a brief exhortation to voters
to exercise:due care in voting for,hgis- .
lators and those who • administer the IaWS
made by them, and appealed to the Yotibg
wen to. yield to the dictates - -of ' luorai
courage rather than to the craving's of a
depraved appetite: •
- At the conclusion of the address,John
S. Mann; Esq., requested the sense of the
audience in respect to' holding, another
meeting at. the- sane place four weeks
from that evening, - to be addressed by.
Rev. J. Hendrick, which was almost
unaniinously assented to. Wp hope the
people of this village -and vicinity will
Lam out-on that occasion, and encourage
So' important a cause by at least showing
their willingness to listen to the arguMeilts
advanced in its behalf.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under-
II signed, an Auditor appointed by the
Court of Common' Pleas of the County 'of Pot
ter to make distribution of the proceeds of the
sale of real estate in the case of Clark & Phil
lips vs. S. C. Presho of September Term; 1857,
:No. 176, will attend to the duties of his ap
pointment at the office of the Prothonotary in
Coudersport,, on Friday, the 20th day of May,
1839, at 10 o'clock, A. 31 , at which time and
place, all persons interested arc regueSted to
make their claims before said Auditor,: or be
debarred front coming in upon said, fund.
L. F. MAYNARD, .4tirlildr
'Conderport, April 26th, 1859.
MARILIN- AND HIS MEN !
The anxiously-looked for and deeply q.citing
TALE OF THE REVOLUTION,
T 11 ±;
A TALE OF THE
TIMES and FEATS V MARION,
BY GEORGE ALBANY, ESQ,
AuThor of " The Orange-Girl of Venice," "The
Swamp Steed," "Rube the Ranger," Sc.
will be commenced in the
Of Saturday. April 30, ISSO,
Now Read• at all News Depots and BOoksiores,
No character in history offers a: better sub
ject for the romances than that of MAttiON, or,
as he was familiarlylcalletl, -
"The Swamp Fox,"
ftorn the immense ingenuity of his stratagems
and devices for and 'deceiving the
enemy, his thorough knowledge of the woods,
forests, fields, and swatnps, of his native - re
gion, where he and his gallant band were per
fectly at home, while their enemies became
lost and bewildered in the lithyrinthine Mazes
of undergrowth and morass.
The story above announced is a true reflex
of those scenes and times. and its talented'au:-
thor has most vividly portrayed, therein,, the
many exciting incidents and accidents of a to=
nacious and indefatigable struggle for. Liberty,
pursued under the mos adverse circtuustani.
ces. Every chapter is replete With: exciting
and romantic interest; historically accurate_
but with a sparkling web of poetry woven
through it; which maes it at once a brilliant
story and a veracious recprd. The strongly
written descriptions of events4-the ambus
cade—the sudden sortie—the night attack—
the wild charge and repulse—arc all wonder
ful as examples of word-painting, and equally
true to the actual facts.
In addition to these scenes of l heroism and
lofty daring, the S wamp Fox is not with
out the gentle charm of a love-Atory, for: the
working and the effects "of the tender_ passion
are depicted in its pages, as truly and artistic
ally as the sterneremotions, rendering the tale
a perfect picture. of life and character in the
Days of the Revolution, which cannot Mil to
appeal to the acmiration, and gratify the taste
of every reader Who has a Spark; of true
triotism in his soul. .
The peculiar power and interest with sulieh
the gifted author, GEORGE ALBANY, ESQ.,
_describes the thrilling period, is !a guarantee
of the excetlence of this truly magnificent His
torical Romance. The vivid ditlineation of
character, the depth of thought, ;the fascina
tion of style, the picturesque beauty.of descrip 7
tion, in a word, the power of language be
commands, all combine to render him one ,of
the most brilliant authors of the age, while, kis
great appreciation of and sympathy with the
pioneers in the cause of universal liberty giVe
him a grasp of Revoltitionary subjects pos
sessed by very few others. Thisihas !enabled
him, is the Swamp Fox, to, exhibit; the
. • !
life and adventures of
MARION AND HIS 'iMEN
as they really were, and to do fit homage to
that deliberate valor, that unyielding patriot
ism, Ittieh, In a few noble spirits, defyidg
danger, and: above the scenes fif privatioa,
could keep Wive the sacred tires of liberty in
the thick swarups and dense and:gloomy fur
ests —iicking nothing.' yielding- nothing, and
only leaving the field the better to :re-enter it
for the c'Ornhati
We take to ourselves some credit, fqr hav
ing secured for'our columns the iflffs trieuries
of this master's pan, but we intend to gh:ithe
NEW YORK NERCORY a still higher prestige
than ever., We believe it is already the REST
AND LARGEST STORY. PAPER in the world,
and we contemplate making it better andbet
ter, with every successive number, in spite of
all expense and opposition. •
THE NEW YORK MERCURY!
At a very heavy "expense we haye succeeded
in securing the celebrated POET, AUTHOR
and TOURIST, whoie charming; letiers 'froin
foreign lands have long hept the world delight
ed and interested,
ha. wi 1-I.efeaftei make the Meliceztr the onty
reciiieite of hl3 inestimable,SKlTCllSS OF
TRANTIes Ohe'. of Which ;witLappear LVERT
t- - -
-We - have iheliatigneiite announee, there
fore, that la thelrearleat MEnecey yea APRIL
30th,- 10P, ttill - be'ettibleenced, • '
S'rit AY . 'CHAP FERS•
•; BY BAYARD TAYLOR.
the initiatory . article being entitled -
”THE FIRSTJOURNEY I EVER MADE," •
which is considered by the author—as it un
questionably will-be by the . Public—to" be his
moat interesting adventure since the original
outset of the Great 'American Traveler, and
cannot fail to be of interest to all: These de
lightful articles wilt be BEAUTIFULLY IL
LUSTRATED .with original desigps, id the
.highest style of the nil., portraying the scenes
and characters described in.the most graphic
.• This new feature is a mast 'raid:lWe and in
striletive one, suited to both young and old,
and Icillrendei The New :fork Mer
cury worthy . of a leading place, as the must
refined and elegant of all
Since the first announcement of our engage
ment of 'MR. TAYLOR, we have received a
flood of inquiries from all parts of the Union.
relative to the enterprise, showing that public
expectatiou is on tip-toe to learn the particu
lars regarding the character of his contribd-
Onus. - As it is. impossible for us to answer
these iuJletail,.we ean only refer our 'friends'
and correspondents to the .
The New York 'Mercury for April 30,
where the first of these sparkling and popular
sketches will he found. . • .
As no other American has ever traveled so
extensively as BAYARD TAYLOR, .and no other
trayeler can see things with the eyes of Ameri
ca, we need nut further. eulogize the• value of
these emanations:of his mind and observation,
to the reading publip. kis sufficient to say.
that they will greatly enhance the high char
acter that the MERCURY has ever maintain
..ed, and that has heretofore rested upon niany
causes, some of the most important of .which
May he summed tip as follows :
THE MERCURY employs more literary tal-,
cut than; any other paper..
• 77111;: MERCURY pays more, and higher
prices for that talent,- than any .Al3er. paper..
THE MERCURY is•constantly .announcing
neiv,;startlin.m . and brilliant additions Co its
already imrivaled fund of attractions. -
THE MERCURY is illustrated by F. 0. C.
Harley, Esq., the greatest artist of this century :
and his beautiful_ pictrtres are thus brought
a. thin the reach of the ent.re public. .
THE MERCURY is the oldest and most firm
ly estlblished literary journal in America..
THE MERCURY; during the Twenty-one
years of its prosperous existence. has publish
ed a larger number of popular original tales,
romances, and sketches, than all its ituitators
THE :MERCURY must tie seen. to be appre
dated.and.we me fully deter Mined to make
its name " fhmifiariis a household word," with
every family in the laud.
. THE MERCURY is for sale by all news
dealers and hool‘sellers in every part of the
country, and subscriptions tire.received for it
at every PoSt Office:
It Will - be seen from the foregoing announce
ment, that the MERCURY for April 20th, 1859,
will be an excellent number for subscribers to
date their subsCriptions from. „.
TFasis, cash hi advance.-two dollars periin. 7
num. Three copies for Five dollars ; Five cop
ies, Eight dollars Eight copies; Twelve dollars.
with a gratis copy extra for the getter up of
the Club. Address,
CAULOWELL, SOUTHWORTH & WHITNEY,
Proprieto'rs New York Irercury
22 SPRUCE ST. New YORK CITY.
Main above Third St.,
lilt. ANN, enormuvon.
BOOKS, APS, _ LOBES,,
MEMORANDUMS, • •
. 11E1113A MUMS,- •
Greek, Latin, French and German -Text-
All School Books used in. the County
kept on ha-ad, or inunediutery procured
Magazines or any Periodicals snpplied when
desired. - ' • .
' A good assortment of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw
ing Materials, Water Colors, &c.
BIBLES, - IFSTAMENTS,
PRAYER - & HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds.
• - MUSIC - BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC. •
Slates, Rulers, BUck-Ga.mmon Boards Chesk
Men, .k.m, &c. • [II-34]
LIST OF LETTERS •
EMAINING in the Post Office at Ganders
-it port, for the quarter ending Mara 31st,
13 . 59: " •
Allen, Mrs. Mary . Johnson, Reuben
Allen, Morgan Johnson. C. W.-3
ACkley, W. C. ; Johnson, Thos. 11.
Linn, Ambrose-2 Lyman, T. B. •
Bassett, George : Mackin, Thos. A.- 2
Bates, Richard, Nobles, Solomon
I3ailey, S. B. Nelson, Sam!!
Carpenter, E. M. Nelson; Allan -
Oolgrove, - W. : J. Nelson, Dorwin .
Chase, Lois Ann Nichols, John
Campbell, Enoch • Nichols, Janathan
Davis, Albert. Cr; Phesington, Rodney .
Dueli.Hiram *Paulsen, Wm. Y.
Enhenson,rilannalt RusSell, Judge
French, Marquis T. Reilly, Mary ' • -
Freeland, 11. Se,gar, Sarah -
Gorton, Lucinda Smith, Rei. - Mr.
Uurlbut, George - Singley, John • -
IhiCket; Lemuel ' Simpson, Thos. A.-2
Heart, J. A. • ; 'Terwilliger, Joel
Ilarding, J. W. -Wallace, W. A.
Elizabeth, 2 Wateon, Martin
Jones, Miss 11. E. WykofF, Sally -
Johnson, Hattie L. . Young,
Xj.e- Pefions inquiring for any of the abate
will please say they : are advertised. •
34 J. )1. JUDD, P. 31.
• The Atheriarn Trades Compa
ay,'Vas organized November •fl„, MA with
a Capital of.ore hundred; thousand ,dollari:
This Company.was formed With a view of tak
ling np inventori - of small articles of - general
utility,- vim are unable to„ make: independent
arranglitents for introducing their inVentions - ,
lby an iiplitable arrange:neat with them
!their rights by purchase out and; out,. br by, ti.
itarifT an the articles manufactured And
IThe inventive genius of this country has long
leaned for an Institution of this ; kind, The
!American mind is so active; that thousands of
',things arc invented, many of Which woultl:be
'ireally, useful - to - the community, but which are
never .introduced,- because. the Inventors-of
',them have no means to.earTy_them out.
'1 -The capital of this ComPany will be devoted
the - development of really useful inventions.
The Company have a Committee on Patents,
rwhhse duty it-is to pass -upon: all applicitions,
and from their large experience in such mat
iters In% eating have a security that their in,
!ventions Will not be misjtolguil ; and the high
character ofthe parties composing -that Coni
rxtittee is a sufficient guaranty that Plans and
specifications. may he submitted before patents
'!are applied fur, without any risk of ad van
'ta,ge .being taken of this circumstance,- and
when desired - to do soithe Company will bike
out patents for others, scouring fur the inven
tor all of his invention that is patentable. •
This Company respectfully' invite inventors
to submit to them their plans;
anti it Will be
furthering the objects of the Company if. its
',officers and agentoleah be of any service Ito_
. Any one of the f Mowing modes. 18 aceepta
!la to-this• Company : - - .. .
First: To. modufacture any article; for
1 which their machinery is adapted by contract ;
I the inyenfors receiving the artielesmnd paying
for the same on delivery. J "-
Second: They buy any potent whith:is ap
, proved of by their committee.
.- Third: They will manufaCtAre and sell any
I article which they choose ; tp -adopt, giving to
l the Inventor such a.proportion of the - profits
las may be ag.Eeed upon. .
I• The extensive building; No: 22 and 24
Frankfort-st , New York, being about 60. feet
front by over 100 feettieep ; nod 7 stories high
[aboy . e the sidewalk, is owned by. the President
tof the Company, and is occupied in part by
[all the machinery, warefoem and offices of the
',Company, where All its business-and sales are
: tran sac te il. - ' i - " - -
Etc nmerican Ov,al;cfs eom.p'a
Wtio.t they manufactpr.
• THE'AIIHRIOAN, SMOK.F4It,
•• • Consisting of a great varietrof Unique and
beautiful patterns of Oigiir Tubes;. also, sev
eral varieties of Pipe Tubes. The peculiarity
labout these ertielcs is that each one is arrang
ed so us to receive a' damp sponge, ;through
iwhich the smoke of the burni n g cigar has 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 pro Per -.
tv of the Tobacc6, which :'renders the breath
less offensive; Smokers Will find the use of
these Tubes a luxury• never before attained
except by using the Turkish watee-jar. Their
' use will alsogreatly promote the liealth of the
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 persbn to
put down- or take up a carpet 'of the largest
size in general use in fifteen Minutes, without
. anyinjury to the floor or carpet. It is very
cheap—ehea.rer in the lOng - run than tack's—
ami 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.
ft is a neat invention for holding a wet sponge,
Into which.the pen is thrust, always coating
out clean and ready for Use. A very convex=
tent article for the Counting-House Desk rind
Library Table. 11:29
The American Smoker is an arti
cle of great utility :Rod benefit to Smakers.
Persons affiliccted with Asthma,
Dyspepsia,. Liver complabits or . Kidney affec
tions, can procurei SPONG Ed • M gthpArgn for
these various diseases by Old Dr. Thom , . Sold
by the ASSEICICAN MADES COMPANY, Nos. ' . 22 and
: - • 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'S MOUTH?
WHY "THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
WHY " THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
ACHY" THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
STUDDED. WITH DIAMONDS.
• STUDDED Wl'l'll DIAMONDS.
WHAT'S STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS
WHAT'S STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
• . WHY, PRESIDENT - BUCHANAN'S
"AMERICAN SMOKER, •
' Which has been ordered of
- • THE AMERICAN i TRADE •
22 k 2 Frankton Btreet, -
WHO-SELLS TILE AMERICAN SMOKER?
WHY EVERY DRUGGIST—AND CIGAR DEALER:-
If:they dont now, they will hereafter. Dont
fail to engage Ole.
THE CALUMET OF PEICE 1
TEE CAL PIET .OF PEACE!
THE .CALUJIET'OF PEACE;
WHAT IS THE CALUMET OF PEACE?
WHAT IS IT? WHERE IS IT?
IT IS TILE AMERICAN SMOKER. - .
QUIET NERVES. QUIET NERVES!
NO.EXPUSE -FOR NERVOUS HUSBANDS
• IRTSBAND GO-BUY. THE AMERICAN
' - SMOKER:, - - .
THIS IS TO BE THE ORDER OF. THE DAY,
Fiom every wife who has a smoking _hus
band—arid na lond litt4band who wants to
have pewee in the family will fail to -obey the
order, • . )11:291-
teß..See advertisement: See adr6r-tisetuirit.
COUDERSPORT AUADEDri, 1859.
RED'. J. IqI.NDRICK, A.M.; PILINCIP4.
SPRiNG - and - SUMMER TERM commences
Tuesday, Apri,l 6.
FALL.TERII commences .
Rates, .of Tuition:
Primary l3ranches ? . - . • • $2 50
Common English, • 3 50
-Higher English, with. Algebra, • 475
Higher Mathematics, . 6 00
tatin . and Greek," -. • .
Drawing (extra) • 250
Afusic„ with use of Piano, (extra)lo 00
French, (extra) „.
~ • - 00
Yreneh, without 'other sttidies,. .. • • 500
Room Rent, each, yoo
se- Competent Teachers have been semtr
fur every branch of Sta , ly. 131.1
HARKI - --HARKI!
: .1T _IS- RUS II 'AT. 7 . 11.1.T:' OLD
15.7 y •
REGULATOR, in full blast from
Br., to 9 r. 1:4 by the : good people kora Panto
Bareshebs, after.the gond thingstln rein c;on
tained Wellsville is a fast City, and the pea
pie are fait nags. 0 l'rey I! the v fie• I
work at that old Store!' Farming and lot
ging can't begin with it ;- anti they _do:A try
to.baikiany, bndy with,6c. Seger, and call it
good. Such erk7ht' possibly _du for Vinegar, if
Cleansed.' ; • • . -
I 0,000 tv.artlf or choice Pork,' . bronght iu
tiro flog front WYoniing and LivingSto coun
ties, packed by:Clark &Phillips; 30000,Sngar
Caredz Hams 22000 Shoulders; 12000 Pure
Lard; 6000. i100t.4 . and Shoes 47090 fiorse
.05790' 'Nails, 41 to Sei 78900 -Hard
ware, Crow-I3ars,' IrOn, Tin Wire; Stone 'and
WoodenlVare, Tools fin' MechanieS. - Farmers
and everybody.; 1600 Flour; $4,75- to $7 ; .79
Chests of Tea,.froin . 3a to ;' Paints, (Ills,
Fluid, Alcohol . , Comphene, and 200000, ntl , e/
'things.; 400 11114161 s Stone Lime. cheap ; 14-b
-bers,and fluffalo'Oei-Shoes; fur Men, Women
and Children. I.' • • • •
~. w 1 8NTMD !
at that "Old Regulator" in Wellsville, foot of
Plank Road street, on the Raitread, surround
ed by Slifrigle'Shenties, Lime Shanties, Pork
Packing awl Flour Shanties, all the . good pen
it: ail and shC-linail. including the pretty
Lasses and prim Old Maids. ito carry off the
needfie, substantial and faitriful things therein
contained. Tlina-endeth W:int:No - : - I. No:
collet') for . •
2000000 Sawed Shingles,
1500000 i.haved ; do.
2000000 Lutabet, - •
Also big. Deers and Little Dearit,
some Pa tridgcs, 'scinte eithiiie, Cush $lO,
Ratter, Cheese, Hoats, og,
.pohltry, Corn, k.c.,
Come all ye who wish to bpy or sell; we . will
do you good..- Poubt it not if any say nay,—
it is not our ,fatilt that and are
not all defunct. ,So now tre are prepared" to
greet yon With a )ferry Christmas and o Hap
py New Year:l! • • CLARK PHILLIPS.
WeNrille, Dee: 21, , 1838. ' [11:22
P. S. If that Printer made SISQO by intuit
ing his own business, and $5OO inure by let
ting his neighbor's alone, what mouyht some
some others do? Let unhappy rnedlers answer
TO EVERY .FEMALE I_V,THE• UNITED
STATES. - • _
• MRS.. MiNtAGUE'S . FEMALE CORDIAL,
von Tan CURE °FALL THOSE PAINFUL
DISEASES PECULIAR To:WOMEN. -
.Mrs. Mosreace. for Many, years - afflicted
With most Oftlie - diseases that, are common to
females, spending a large fortuneln'ten years
- in trying the difFerent means of treatment fur
her relief. to no avail, was prevailed
many of her friends to visit Cuba, eeember
for the purpose ofregainiog he r former
health. While there, she obtained aprescrip
lion from a Spanish Physician 7 -. •
"Whose silver locks -; -
- Were tending to the-graVe." ~
\With which,, through the mercy of God, she
NN'as restored to her youthful health. .
After her return she made known. to hun
dreds of hot - , fen:sale 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 peetiliati_ to women,.
arid that the female constitution is subject to.
'To those suffering from . " Prolapstis Uteri,"
Luporrimea, Amenorrhoea, Menorrlia - gia, Dys
menorrhoett-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 iii the' region
of the Lowness of SpiritS, Hysteria.
Sick-headache. and all those diseases arising
from the peculiar formation; of women, the
Cordial will be foimd o intmense value;
This medicine moderates all 'excess, and re
moves all obstructiOn it invigorates the de
hill:tied constitution foss the duties of life, and .
when taken in middle age priives a blessing.
Modesty forbidi 113, in a public suivettise
mem:to make full the 'details but the wrap
per around each letter will fully explain every.
f . Merchants, females, or others, by seeding a
three cent stamp; can have fitly i.,forination
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 must be addressed to
• " Dr. J. D. - STONEROAD,..
• (Sole Proprietor,) '
11:1-1y. Lmistown, Pa., Box 111
NEW GOODS, - .
- Low Preves
.. A N D -
EX' RAORDINARY INDI7OEMENTB -TO
Cash and Short-Thne Buyeis,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.:
y 261-NOW RECEIVING Second Winter
I Stock, which enabraces•ulniost everything
.usualty kept by-the Country Merchant—
DRY GOODS, -
GROCERIES, - •
- HOOTS & SHOES, '
READY .31A D E.. CtOT HEM,
HATS & CAYS,
nit of.which I propose td sell r 4 low figures,
for cash or approved, credit. ; N .
Call ankeeo our GOODS and .PRI
CES. Being thankful for tiagt. favors,
hope to be able now to offeronom favora
ble P. A. STEBBINS.
douderspOrt, Feb. 1, 1859.-25. •
' . L. P.•'.WILLISTQN,. ' • •
Ps., will attend . the Court Potter and
WKeatt CoUnties. •
ANYBODY, including maids and matrons,
old or. yonng,plain or pretty, wish roltiy
or:sell anything, we give itasonr candid o, in
ion, they had better come to 'that same Old
Regal: tor, kept-in full blast by
2U CLARK, PHILLIPS.
. 47. c7-e-6(
i .. •
/. 74f. -
5 • $ 4O .4 1 00
iaY 3 coarse is the Iron City Colliteit
thelargest, most extensively patronized and:
;•, • -
best 'organized Oxl,alkeieittl School in the rat. ,
ted Siata _
57 Student , attending.
A'l,[ax:•oll, 1859. • .'.
taual time to coinplete; a full course; l'iont.
6to 10 wee i s. E4sy it:ndent, upon '
ting,.is gnnranteed)to be competent to manage ,
the Books; of.any Itasinesa, nod qualified to.
earn a salaryof frOm
• ' -
8.500; to .Isl,ooo.
Students eater at anc time—No Vitention
lierieir At plensure,_
51 Premiums for bet Pleurianiki,p *waded is
,Ministers'-sons received at half prlie.
For . eircular and Spe i cimens of Writing, in.:
close tiro letter stamps, and address
F. W. JENKINS, Pittsburgh, Pa..
T NE P ;•S.-
SEWING MACHINES. • :,—,
THE PATENT LEVER SEWING MACHINE,
31,:NUFACTURED ;BY THE GIopE •
• MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
• New York,
May be truly regarded as the " neploi afire "_
of kewing'inachines, and all %rho are wishing
to God aMachine which is ' capable of doing"
any kind Of . sewing for • Tellers and House—.
wives, with "a satisfaction heretofore intknowni
should lose no' time. in ordering one of the.
PATEXT LEVER •MAVIIIXES, whicia are.
to oecupy a similar, "position towards Other
sewing Machines that a Patent Lever *Melt:
and. everybody knows its value) occupiei
wards a. Lspine or any other. second rate
This •Micliine makes the "Lock Stitch,"
which looks the same o t both sides or the .
fabric, and cannat be ripped.
' • PRICE $5O.
In all'respeets equal to machines heretofore
soltf . at a hundred doll:trs and upwards. - " -
Specimens of sewing done by the PATENT::'
LEVER-MACHINE, will be forwarded ; - to an
part ,of the country, upon receipt of a postage .
stanip.l • 1 •
N. 13.. An energetic and reliable agent_ is
wrinMd in every town and Tillage of the
te&Stiites and Canadas to sell the above nam
cd Au advantageous arrangement
bii.nuitic with, the .right kind of merchant
who is willing to have the exchisice agency.
Addres4 Globe Mininfacturini Company,
.11":30 339 iroadway, N. F. -
ALATNOVIIiCEMEATT EXTRAORd' • •
- ' - .. • ' 7:
A LAD_ lES' FASHIONABLE FUBNISHIMI
- • STORE IN POTTER COUNTY.
-VI RS. S. 11. N GRIpLEY 'has established
a fashionable and extensive Ladies', Fu
nishing Store, at. UlysseS,Totter Co., Pa., three .
miles west of Lewisville, where she will take
pleasnre_ni furnishing Millinery, Mautaumak•
ing, and Ladies' Apparel generally, in better
style and at much jower rates than ever befot
offered in This county. Mrs. G. - receives tho'
fashions. from New. Thlc regularly, and is
therefore: enabled to make -or repair Bonnets'
4:c.. in the latest style:it'd with unexceptiona-.;
ble taste and durability.; !All articles warrant.:
ed to be as represented; She desires the pub- .
lid to call anti assure Themselves of the cot•
rectuess of her statements. "
Messrs. Larabee & Cci., will receive and sup.•
ply orders to customers at Lewisville.
T. E: Gridley will receive and promptly fl
orders, •tliroughout this and the adjoining.
counties, at shop priceS.
Special arrangements made for Holiday
supplies. . ,
In connection with the nbove, T.E.GRIED
LEY would announce to the ^ublic of Pat-,
ter and the adjoining eofinties, that he will
regularly visit them, prepared to furnish all
articles" of Female and Hale Attire, and Family
Goods in general,' warranted to be precisely
as he shill represent, and at, much lower prices
than can be bought of any other person in the
county. • (I l:21]
HEALTH WITHOUT PHYSIC ;
A PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS DISEASES.
Just publislicd, the 2ath thousand, ha a seek,
ed envelope, price 10 cents; or sent, postpaid-,
by the . Publishers, for 3,stamps :
A MEDICAL RSSAT ON THE PIITSICAL EXCAUBSIOX •
AND %CST of the frame front Indulgence
Infection and the injutious consequences oi
Mercury, With the ntodefa means of ears.
- • By R. J. r4ILVERWELL, M. D.
Member of the Roy 4 College of Burgeons,'
&c., &c., &c. .
gem Spermatorrh tea , or Seminalßmissionh .
Nervotis Debility ) Impotency, LOSB of Energy,
Depres?ion of Sptrits, Timidity, Diseases of th,e,
Sexual Organs, and Impediments to Marriage:
generally, arc promptly, and effectually -cured"
by, the Author's. novel and most successful
mode of treatment, by ineans,of which the In-•
.valid can regain Pristine health Vrithotit hiv
ing recourse to dangerous: nd expensive medi=
From - the London-Lancet-- 11 The best treatise
ever .written on a subject °pita: importance to ali,
worthylhe'Atithor's" exalted reputation."
'. Address the Publishes : C. J. C. Matte
Co., it, Avetfue, cot' nth • Street; Pon.
4586, Yew Yorlt [2l- - -3 mos. insider' •
DURE LEAF LARD, 'in firkins and' tubs, .
;J: can be had at the Old Regulator. -Afoo t ;
Sugar Oared Hams, a plenty of Heads, Shanks
20 - CLA.RW. - dr. MUM'
EIARDWAR, Iron sindle, Glass,,Snili
and . Futty. ..and: Oils; :Alcohol;
Compliant. and Burning , : Fluid, at' • •
• CLARE; & PHILLIPS.