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COUDERSPORT, MAY 12, 1859
A LARGE SArE.--More than Twenty
ire Thousand_ copies of Da. CULVER-
Tut's celebrated, essay_on Nervous Dis
uses hs:e already been published in this
oastry. If is by a celebrated, author,
tp d cos ts but a trifle. See Advertisement.
m ar ried, in _Warren,. Pa., on
S. P. JOHNSON, Esq. ; to Ml's. MAR
PARMLEE, all ot that place. - •
We learn that a new Tannery is about
bilge built on the site of the "Old Tan
terl," in this place, by Mr. Sandbag, a
ssiede. There is every reason to believe
tint an extensive establishment 'of that
kind would "pay' well here, as nature is
,ottatiful in her assistance to human en.
t erprise We hope Mr. S. may be very
Vie School Teachers,. Directors, and
friends to Education generally, in the
rciroships of Ulysses and Allegany, are
reminded of the meeting of the Distriet
Teachers' Association at the Olmsted
&boot Iluuse on Saturday, the 21st inst.
",general attendance of those interested
is earnestly solicited.
The Isaac Waltons of other States, who
hre heretofore been restricted from hsli
'hg for-our trout, by a law passed by Col.
Kilboorne in . 1852, will be glad to learn
ti.at the law" was repealed at the last-ses
rion, and that "certain streams" in the
;over end of this county are now ready
br their . angling - escursions„ with the ad
iiaoal that local monopolizer,,
twilit drive them away or spunge a liv
:tg off them by any legal process. Messrs.
pity editors-are hereby assured that. we
rill hereafter condescend tonotice them
personally,. and perhaps editorially.) ir
;:ey seo fit to spend a few days among
-ar mountains and in our pleasant fishing.
:Xes. So come On Messrs. Tribune,
3te, Independent, He Journal, Ear-
Weekly - &c.., of New York, and
9enrs. Bulletin, Press, 'American, &c.,
Thilaclelphia. We will put you through
molar course of "Putter county usage"
ycni deign to come. Our sanctum is
Teiy large,- but if you choose to climb
stairs . you can be heartily welcomed
The fellow who perpetrated the follow
;,ia the Warren Mcil ought to be sent
!the Harrisburg Asylum 'as soon as the
mbury & Erie R. R. is.finished.
tin was certainly turned by the process
OULD Fooms . .:—There is no mistake
'tut it; the people and the lawyers and
Judges at Washington, are a very di
pidited set. For instance—
Tliongh used.to heavy rains (reigns . 1 ,
d the way Water Works, theli can't re
ir a single breach of the peace without
It putting some man in the dry Duck.
While rapid Reapers and, Mowers are
:over the country and very cheap, They
ill persevere, at great expense, in trying
Strangely enough at one stage of the
'?eriwent, like a set of market women,
were dehberately inquiring about
at was butter worth. (Butterwuri.l4* to
Finding a letter in some body's pock.
',they gravely proposed to read it ii
Ant, when it was known that letters in
i her can only be read by a Key!
Who will say that they are not Ou4
DISEASE OF THE LIVER.
By this disease we understand an intim
timeither in the membrane or substance
Deliver, known by dull pains in the right
t, the stomach always disor ered, the
tinge of the skin, dry cough, tongue coat.
costirenes; , " high-colored urine, and cf
range ; severe Weakness and severe
43 in the head. •
The quantity of corrupted humors in the
4 5 of the liver,
causes a defective secretion
the bile. The liver when healthy, serves
tfilter to the blood, to separate all impuri
hal it, or to refine it. When diseased, it
-St purify the blood, which, when sent to
hags, brains, and..other parts in a morbid
Mien, may cause Jaundice, Consumption,
ley, &c., and withholding the natural
- ttlus to the intestines, causes Dyspepsia,
and other complaint; as you perceive
!direct way to unravel and tear the whole
um to pieces.
i Patient, Buffeting ficim this complaint,
'did resort to speedy relief. Yet there are
few medicines worth a cent in curing
- es. What then shall be done? We say.
Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, as they are
Posed of plants and root ; they will be
la sure cure for this painful disease, be
„tthey purge from the body tlmse corrupt
`inaguant humots, and so cleange and re-
Ithe blood, wilch is the cause nc4 only of
disease of the liver, and the infiaMmation
the kidney and bladder. but of every de
an of disease. From 3t04 of the above
1 t akedevery night on gci e
to bed, will,
' I f!” days, entirely relievh body of ev
.„ g :hat Is oftposed to health..
sur• Morse's Indian Root Pills are sold
qa dealers in Medicines. -
.... r eachersl Examinations.
"LUITON, Saturday, Allay 21st, at the
c:tl house near Mr. Hopkins'. -
' Teacher's are requested to provide
%elves wit pen ße n
aik awl:paper ; also Sand-
Fou h rth der. Examinations to
ante at 10 o'clock A. ht
J. HENDRICK, Co. Supt.
— PRICE CVRRENT. ,
Corrected every -Wednesday, by p.'A.j srsr,
BMS, wholesale and retail Dealer is Oro
- cents and - Provisions. - Main Street, ,
APple4, green,---.14 bash., $75 to 100
do . dried, ," . 250 - 325
Beans, . -- ' " " .1 25 ; 2Do
Beeswax, V lb., , . 20 -i 25
Beef, - . . " . 6.. .7.
Beef Hides, " 61 ; . 6
Berries, dried, ? quart - lo 18 .
Buckwheat, rig bush., 75 lOO
Butter, - 10 lb., . - 19 21
Cheese, , ", • , - 8 121
Corn. IR bash., • 100 1 121
Cora Meal. per ewt.; 250 ' 300
Plour,'superfine, Trbbl., 750.0 00 .
do extra, " 800 • 850
do double extra, " 8 50... II 00
Flatus, eiR lb., 22 • 14
Hay, 1-1 ton, ' - 20 00 11 00
Honey, 1 , 1 lb.,
.10 ' 121
• 12 1G
Maple Sugar„ per lb., .. 8 - 'lO
Oats ; /14 bush., ' 3'''). 50
Onions, " • 0 100 -. 1 , 12/
P0rk,1.3 bbl., • ,2050: 23 50
d0.,6 lb., :10 . :121'
do in whole bog, ? lb., I G • 71
Potatoes, '1? bush;; 50 ' . 3 621
Poultry. IR lb., :5 6
Rye, "il . bush., 100 1 12i
Salt, v bbi., . . 350
do re sack, .- - . 25
Trout,- V i-bbl., C,OO 6'50
Wheat, "f bush., 150 175
White Fish, per. i-bbl , 600 6'50
Wool, per. lb., 30 ' 35
pFipICE . STONE LIME, in bbl. or bulk, at
greatly reduced prices, can be had at
20 CLARKS PHILLIPS.
PLASTER for'sale by
P. A. STEBBINS
NOTICE is hereby given, that the under
-11 signed, an Auditor appoitited- by :the
Court of Common Pleas of the County of -Pot
ter to make diPtribution of the proceeds of the
sale of .ptoperty in the case of Clark &.Phil
lips rs. 1.. C. Presho of Septemberterra, 1857,
No. 176,- will attend to the dutiCs of his ap
pointment at the *office of the Prothonotary in
Coudersport, on Friday, the 20th day of May.
1859, at 10 o'clock, A. M , at which time and
place. ail• persons interested are requested to
make their claims before said Auditor, of be
debarred from coming in upon said fund.
F. MAYNARD, Auditor
Coudersport. April 26th, 1859. !
IVIARILA AID HIS MEN!
The anxiously-looked for-and deeply exciting
TALE OF THE REVOLUTION,
A TALE OF TIIE
TIMES and FEATS of Af.A.WAT,
BY GEORGE ALBANY, ESQ., •
Author of "The Orange-Girl of Venice," "The
Swamp Steed," "Rube the Ranger," Sc.,
will be commenced in the
NEW YORK MERICURY
Of Saturday. April 36 , , 1559,
Now Ready at all News Depots and Bookstores.
No character in history offers a better sub
ject for the romancer than that of Mums, or,
as he «as familiarly called,
"The Swamp Fbe, ±,"
from the immense ingenuity of hip stratagems
and devices for misleading and deceiving the
enemy, his thorough knowledge of the Woods ;
forests, fields, and swamps, of hi's native.re
gion; where he and his gallant band were per
fectly atjiome while their enemies became
lost and tr-ildered in the labyrinthine mazes
of undergroWth and morass. 1
The story above announced is it true reflex
of those scenes and times. and itsitalented au
thor has most - vividly portrayed, ; therein, the
many exciting incidents and accidents of a te
nacious and indefatigable struule for Liberty,
pursued under the mos adverse ' circumstan
ces. livery chapter is replete with exciting
and romantic interest, historically accurate.
but with a sparkling web of rodtry worea
through it, which makes it at once a brilliant
story and a veracious - record. The strongly-
Written descriptions of eients4the arnutts
cade—the sudden - sortie—the night attack—
the wild charge and repulse—are all wonder
ful as examples of word-painting, and equally
true to the actual facts.
In addition to these scenes of heroism and
lofty daring, the Swamp Fox is.not with
out the gentle charm of a love-story, for the
working and the effects of the tender passion
are depicted in its pages, as truly and artistic
ally as the sterner emotions, rendering the-tale
a perfect picture of life and character in. the
Days of the Revolution, which cannot fail to
appeal to the acmiration, and gratify the taste
of every reader who has a spark of true pa-.
triotism in his-soul. -
The peculiar power and interest with which
the gifted author, GEORGE ALBANY,. ESQ.,
describes the thrilling period, is a guarantee
of the excellence of this truly rri[tgniticent Dis=
torical Romance. The vivid delineation of
character, the depth of thought, the fascina
tiun of style, the picturesque beauty of descrip
tion, in a word, the power of language he
commands, all combine to render him one of
the most brilliant authors of the age, while his
great appreciation of and sympathy with the
pioneers in the cause of universal liberty give
him a grasp of Revolutionary subjects pos
sessed by very few others. This has enabled
him, it. the'Swamp Fox, to exhibit tae
life and adventures of
MARION AND HIS MEN •
as they really were, and to do fit homage to
that deliberate valor, that unyielding patriot
ism, which, in a . few noble spirits, defying
danger, and above the stenos of privation,
could keep alive the sacred fires of liberty in
the thick swamps and dense and gloomy for•
ests—asking nothing. yielding nothing, and
only leaving the field the better tore-enter it
for the combat!
We take to ourselves some credit, for hav
ing secured for our columns the chi's d'reuvres
of this master's p"n, but we intend to give the
NEW YORK MERCURY a still higher prestige
thin ever.,_ We believe it is already the BEST
AND LARGEST STORY PA PER iu the world,
and we contemplate making it better and bet
ter, with every. successive number, in spite of
all expense and opposition. .
engaged exclusively for
THE NEW YORK MERCURYI •
At a very heavy expense we have succeeded
in securing the - celebrated POET, AUTIIOR
and TOURIST, whose charming letters trona
foreign lands hare long kept the world delight
ed and interested,
Bayard Taylor, Esq. , 3 -
who ;ill t °relater male the Menem the only
recipient of-lite inestlinable SR - PITCHES 9.7
TRAVEL, one - .of Ichielk. will, appear user
We base the hapiiiness to announce s there
fore, that in the New Ye= Ifsaccror Fon .IPRIL
. 30th, 1859, will be commenced
STRAY CHAMFERS .
LIFE . and TRAVEL,
- BY BAYARD TAYLOR.
the initiatory article being entitled
•.•THE FIRST - JOURNEY I EVER MADE." - '
which is considered by the author—as it un
queitionably will be by the public--to be his
moat intereming adventure since the original
outset of the Great American Traveler.- and
cannot fail to be of interest to all. - - These de
lightful-articles will he BEAUTIFULLY IL
LUSTRATED: with Original "design - S, in the
highest style of the art, portraying the' scenes
and characters described in the most graphic
. This new feature is a most valuable . and In
structive one, suited to both young and old,
and' will render The New York Met
eury worthy of a leadinil place, as the most
refined and elegant of all .
Since the first andounccatent of our engage,
merit of.. MR. TAYLOR, we have received a
flood of inquiries from all parts of the Union.
relatie to the enterprise, - showing that public
expectation is on: tip-toe to learn the particu
lars. regarding the character of his contribu
tions. •As it is impossible. for -us to answer
theSe in detail, we can only refer our friends
and correspondents to the •
The New York *eroury for April 30,
. first of these sparkling and popular
sketches will be found.
As uo other American has ever traveled -so
extensively as ItAvAttu TAYLOR, and no other
tral.eler can see things with the eyes of Ameri
ca,Sre need nut further eulogize the 'value of
theSe emanations of his mind and observation,
to the reading public. It is suflicient• to say
that they will greatly enhance the high char
acter that the MERCURY has ever maintain
ed, 'and that has heretofore rested upon
caukes, some of the most important of which
map be summed up as .
THE MERCURY employs more literary-tal
ent than any other paper. .
11114: MERCURY pays more, and' higher
prices for that talent, than any other paper.
THE MERCURY is constantly announcing
neW . , startling, and brilliant additions to its
already- unrivaled fund of attractions.'
THE MERCURY is illustrated by F. 0. C.
Da:tley, Esq., the greatest artist of thiicentury,
and his beautiful picte;res are thus brought
w thin the reach of the tilt re public.
TIIE, MERCURY is the oldest and most firm
ly established literary journal in Ainerica.
THE. MERCURY, during the Twenty-one
years of its prosperous existence. has publish
ed ii larger number of Popular original tales,
romances, and ;ketches, than all its imitators
TOE MERCURY must he seen. to be appre
ciated. and we a: c fully determined to make
its name familiar as a household word," with
every family in the laud:
TEE MERCURY is for sale by aE news
dealers and booksellers . in every part of the
country, and subscriptions are receivedlor it
at eiery Post Office. •
It? will be seen from the foregoing antiounce
ment, that the MERCURY for April 20th,
willibe an excellent number for sapscribers to
date; their subscriptions from. ,
Timis ' cash in advance. Two dpilars per an
num. Three copies for Five dollhrs ; Five cop
ies,Eight dollars, Eightcopics, Twelve dollars.
with a gratis copy extra fur the getter up or
the Flub. Address,
CAULDWELL, SOUTHWORTH & WHITNEY,
Proprietor. - New York Mercury,
36-3 t 22 SPRUCE ST. NEW YoltlS CITY
Main Third St.,
N. W. MANN, PICOPRIETOIt.
BOOKS, MAPS, UR LOBES,
[PASS-BOOKS, I -
Greek, Latin, Preach and German Test-
Books. - • i
All Sc/tool Books used in the empty
kept on• hand, or immediatelyprocured
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied wheii
A good assortment of - Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and Inks. Also; of Wall-Papers, Dravr
ing Materials, Water Colors, 4c.
BIBLES, TESTAMENTS, -
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds.
MUSIC:BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC, .
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess
Men, .ke., [ll-3-I]
AVM. T. JACKSON,
Dealer In Dry !Goods. Roots &
Shoes, hats Sr. Caps,
GrocerieS & Notions,
;GERMANIA, POTTER 00.,PA.,
llpurchased the stock of Goods of An
il. drew Jackson, and having made some
well-selected . additions thereto, respectfully
solicits a share of the!, public patronage, at the
old stand, where he is confident that he will
be able to please the 'mist fastidious buyers,
both as to quality and price. Please call and
examine my stock. ' Ws. T. JACKSON.
Germania, April 19, 1859.-36,6 m.
M. SHEERAR, Dentist, of Wellsville;
JUL • Allegany Co. N. Y., respectfully -an
nounces to the people of Potter and the ad
joining Counties in Penn's, that ho is perma
nently establisked in Wellsville, and is pre
pared to perform the various opetations in
Dentistry. Especial attention is solicited to
his style of inserting ARTIFICIAL TEETH,
superior to any other style known, called
" Allen's Continuous Gum." All work war
ranted. Lettersof inquiry promptly answered.
Nov. 10, ISSB. H. M. SHEEHAR
• The AmerJaen Trades Conripa
. . I
ay. was .orgatuzed November 11, 1857, with
a Capital of. one hundred ,thousand_
This Company vra.s fumed with a view of talt-,
ing up inventors of small articles -of general
utility, who are unable to - make independent
arrant nents for introducing their inventions,
by an equitable arrangement_ with them for
their rights by pairchase out and uut, or by', a
'tariff on the articles manufactured and sold.
The inventive genius of this country has long
Balled for nal Institution of this _kind. The
American mind is so active, that thousands of
things are inyented, mouy ofwhich would tie }
really useful to the community ; hitt which' ale!
neVer. introduced, because the Inventors of
them have no means to carry them out.;
.The capital of this Company will be devoted
to theilerelopment of really useful inventions.
The Company-haye a ComMittee ou Patent 4,
whose duty it - is to pass Upon all applieationS,
and from their- large experience in such matr
ters In% entora- have a seenritv.that their - in=
ventions will not'be misjudged ; and.the high
character of the parties composing that coin;
mittee is a sufficient. guaranty that plans and
specilications maybe submitted before parents
arc applied-for. without any risk of advan+
Cage being taken -of this
when desired to do. so, the Conipany
out patents for_others, securing for - the inveM ;
'tor all of his invention that is patentable.
This Company respectfully invite:invent-ore
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 is accepta4
ble to this Company: -
gra: To munnfacturn any
which their machinery is adapted by contract;
the inventors receiving the articles and paying
for, the same on delivery. " ,
&eond: They-buy nay patent which is 34i
proved of by-their committee. - i;
Third: They will manufacture'and sell any
article which fhe'y choose to adopt, giving to
the Inventor such a proportion or the - ,profits
as may be agreed upon.
The extensive building, No. "22 and 24
Frankfort-st „New York, being about 60 feet
front by over 100 feet. deep, and stories high
above the sidewalk, is owned by he Presidebt
Of the Company, and is occupie in part by
all the machinery; wareroom and offices of the
Company, where all its business and sales are
transacted. • •
Rmerican eraZto (ongra t
What they tuanhfactute. • /.
THE AMERICAN SMOKER,
Consisting of a great variety of unique and
beautiful, patterns of Cigar Tubes: also sere.
eral varieties of Pipe Tubes. -The peculiarity
about these r rtieles is that each one is arrang
ed so as to receive a damp sponge, through
which the smoke of-the burning cigar has
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-jai.- Their
use will also. greatly promote the bealth of the
habitual smoker and preserve the sweetness
of the breath. • g.
TIIE AMERICAN CARPET 1100 K.
Is a little contrivance forputting down carpels
without tacks. This is a new article, which
-has never before! been upon - the market. But
it possesses the merit of enabliug a perston.to
put down or take up-. a carpet of the largest
size in general use in fifteen minutes, without
any injury to the floor or 'carpet. It is, very
cheap—cheai Cr in the long run than tacks—
atd the great faculty with which even a serv
ant can take upamd put down carpets, with
out the possibility of a mistake, renders it in
valuable to the housekeeper.
THE AMERICAN PEN HOLDER S: WIPER.
It is a neat invention for holdin g a wet sponge,
into which 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 lira.-
cle of great utility and benefit to Smokeri.
Persons afiliected with rbrOuchitis, Aithma.
- Dyspepsia, Liver complaints or Kidney affec
tions,. can procure SPONGES MmucATEn for
these various diseases by Old Dr. Timm. Sold
by the AMERICA .Y TRADES COMPANY, Nos. 2'2 and
IN EVERY BODY'S. MOUTH I
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 1$ EVERY:BODY'S MOUTH?
WILY " THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
• WHY " THE AMERICAN SMOKER." ;
- WHY " THE AMERICAN SMOKER." .
STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
WHAT'S STUDDED WITH. DIAMONDS.
WHAT'S 'STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS,
WHY-, PRESIDENT BUCHANAN'S
Which has been ordered of
TILE AMERICAN TRADE 1
22 & 24 Franktort Street,
WHO SELLS THE AMERICAN SMOKER?
WHY, EVERY DRUGGIST- -AND CIGAR DEAIER-.-
If they tlout now, they will hereafter. Dont
fail to engage i•ne.
TI!E CALUMET OF -PEACEI
TILE CALUMET OF PEACE!
TILE CALUMET OF PEACE!
WHAT IS TILE"CAI;UMET.OE PEACE?
WHAT IS IT? WHERE IS IT?
• IT IS THE AMERICAN SMOKER.
Ve"See - advertisement. • i
QUIET NERVES, QUIE-T NERVE'S!
NO EXCUSE FOR NERVOUS HUSBANDS
HUSBAND, GO. BUY THE AMERICAN "
SMOKER. ' .
THIS IS TO BE. THE ORDER OF THE DAT,
From every wife N9llO has a smoking hus
band—and no good hUsband who, wants• - to
have peace in the family will fail to .obey the
tEr.See advertisement. See advehiseMenL
COUDERSPORT ACADEMY, 1059.
Hwy. J. HENDRICK, A. M.. PlasmAL
SPRING and SUMMER TERM commences
- • Tuesday, April 5.
FALL TERM commences
, Tuesday, August 23.
Rates of Tuition
primary Branches, • $2 50
Common English, I , 350
Higher English, with Algebra, E 4.75
Higher. Mathematic; 6 00
Latin and Greek, - .6 00
Drawing (extra) . 2 50:
Music, with use of Piano, (extra) - 10 09
French, (extra) - 3 00
French, without other studies, , Oci
Room Rent, each, 1 00
ter Competent Teachers have Veen securi ,
ed for every brarich of Study: P I.]
ITARKI HARK ! I
Thiat oise Is 'That.? •
®TIT IS -THE . RUSH IT ; TEIAT . OLD
. "REGULATOR, in full blast from 6 A.
to 9.e. by, the good people from Dan to
Baresheba, after the good things thr rein con
tained Welisville is a fast City, anti the peo
ple are. fast .nags.. 01 my l l dhow they. do
work at that old Store! Farming and Log
ging can't begin with it; and they don't try
to bait any 15? dy with Gc. Sugar, and call it.
good. Such thight possibly do for Vinegar, if
Cleansed. - J •
$lO,OOO worth of choice Fork, - brought in
the Hog froni;Wyotriing and Livingston coun - -
ties, packed by Clark 30000 Sugar
Cured Barns •;.- 22009 Shoulders ;. 12000- Pure
Lard ; Cooo Boots an Shoes ; 47000 Horse
Feed ; V579J ;Nails, 41- to 5e 78000 Hard
ware, Crow-Bars, Iron. Tin 'Ware, Stone and
Wooden Ware, Tools for 3fecj tnics. Farmers
and 'everybody ; 1600 Flour, $4,75 to ;• 76
Chests ,of Tea; ;from 35 to 7.50.; 'Paints, Oils,
Fluid,- Alcolfol, Cawpheue, and 200000, otl
things; 400 BUshels Stone Lime, cheap •, Br b.
hers and Buffalo Over-Shoes, for Men, Women'
and Children.i: ." • .
at that "Old Regulator" 'in Wellsville, foot of
Plank Road su•eet,'on the Railroad, 'surround
ed by Shingle',, Shanties, Lime Shanties. Pork
Packing and Flour Shanties. all the good peo
ple, n ail and iihe-mail. inchiding the •pretty
Lasses and prim Old' Maids, to carry off the
needfai, substantial and fanciful things therein
contained. Tbus"endetli Want No. 1. No. 2
calleth for • ' • .
2000000 Sawed Shingle;
1500000 ihaved do.
2000000 Lurither,. -
Also big Deers and Little PeArs; some Bears,
some; Patridges, some Porcupine, Cash $lO,
Butter, Cheese, Hoats, Ogs
.Poultry, - Corn,
-Come all ye,,w i lio wish to buyi or sell; ise will
do you good -I Doubt it not if any - say nay,—
it is not our fault that ftooll. and are
not all ilefithc,t. So now we !are prepared to
greet you' with a Merry Christmas and a Hap
py New Year • CLARK & pniLtAps.
Welirille;Dec. 2-1, 1858. [11:22
P.S. If t4f Printer made $l5OO by mind
ing his own business, and $5OO . more by let.
ting his ..neigkbor's elope, what nought some•
some others de? Let Unhappy medlers answer.
TO EVERY FEMALE IN TILE UNITED
. STATES. . •
WS: M3I4TAGUE'S FEMALE CORDIAL
LI OR Tan CC E:11-1 OF ALL THOSE PAINFUL
DISEASES PECULIAR TCWOMEN; -
Mrs. MlisTt.unc; for many years afflicted
with m of he diseases that are common to
females, spent Pu ., a large fortune in ten years
- iu trying the dieerent means of treattnenrfor
her relief, to no - avail, was prevailed upon by
many of her friends to visit Cuba, December
'4B, for the phrpose of regaining her former
health. While.there, she obtained a prescrip
tion-from a Spanish Physician-1
“Whos'e silver locks • •
Were tending to the . gravi.” -
With which, trough . the' mercy of God, she
was restored t her youthful health.
After her ra:turn she made known to hun
dreds of lief-female sufferers the 'effects.of the
remedy.with equally as great success.
This extraordinary medicine is 'Offered to the
public fur 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,"
Lucorrhoes-, -41,mmorrhoea. - Menorrhagia, Dys.
menorrhoea-Chlorosis, a speedy cure can be
obtained.: • I
To those suffering from Falling of the Womb
or Uterine Weakness of any kind, the Female
Cordial is especially recommended.. It ivivar
ranted to curethis painful diease if perse
vered in.: _ . .
In all spinal affections, pain in the region
of the Pelris, Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria
Sick-headache. and all those diseases arising
from the peculiar formation of women, the
Cordial will be found of an immense valua.-
This medicine moderates all excess, and re
moves ali obstruction - ; it invigorates the, de
hiliated constitution for the duties of life, and
when' taken in middle age 'proves a
Modesty forbids us, in a public advertise
ment, to make: full . the details • but the wrap
per around each letter! will NAY explain every
case. - -
Merchants. Prinks, or others; by seeding a
three cent stamp, can have ithy.i..formation
respecting the operations' of the medicine
Agents wanted - in every village in the T.Ttii
ted States. Put up in half pint bottles ;. $2.00
per bottles; 15b per bent. off to the trade. All
orders mast be stddressea to- .
• . IDr. J. D. STONEROAD,
11:1-1y. TJewistovrn, Pa., Bra 111.
. L4te Pr/ tees
Cash and Short-Time Buyers,
T All NOW. RECEIVING my second Winter
Stock, which embraCes almost everything
usually kept by the Country Merchant—
GROCERIES, . .
-BOOTS & SHOES,
; READY-MADE CLOTHING,
BATS & .
all of which fpropose to-sell at low figures,
for cash Or approved credit,'
Call and eee our GOODS and PRI
CES.: Being thankful for Past factors, 1
hope to-be able now. to offer more favora
ble indummints. P. A,. STEBBINS. "
Coudersport, Feb.l, 1859,-25:
IF ANYBODY, including maids and matrons,
old or young, plain or pretty; wish to buy
or sell anything, we give it as our candid
ion, they had - better come to that same Old
*Regulator; kept in full blast by '_
20 CLARK: PHILLIPS..,
BOOTS,' I SHOES, Rubberm, Buffalo Over.
Shoes, for men; . women and ehildreu, by
the case, clez.co.or, pair, at • - •
20 ;CLARK & PHILLIPS.
.:.: c t
.cir - -1•' - • /. ,
• r -'-''' ' ' ',.' t",:,.:., - ..,
- • 1140001
Pays for a !VII course inthe Iron Cit y
tho largest, most extensivelj patt.oniaid
best' organized Commercial School ia the ttat-
357. St udent;s- atton.ding
daily, math, 185 a.
Usual time to complete a thll Conn% from
- ' • - •
6to 10 weeks. Every
Ong, is guaranteed tn i beiconips.tent ton gossip
the 800 s of anylaidrleis, and qualidod ti;
earn a Wary of from
$3OO to simple.
Student; eater at atiitimep;—No Tatatioaw::
Review at pleasure,
51 Prezalt= for best ieiu:mtpiAp 'Raid! 1n
ggk,,,alinistera' soli recoiyed at half psis,.
For Circular and §pCcirnens of Writisig,
close two letter staosps'i' and address
F, W. JENKINS, Pittsburgh,.
T HE NE P,,Uti
. SEWING KAOHINES.
ME PATENT LE VERI SEWING .111ACIIDIEi:
• Mi NUFACTURED TEE
New rfork, ; • .
May be•trilly regarded as the " espies akrsi!?
of sewing machines, and all who: are wishing .. ,
to find a Machine which is capable of doing
any kind of sewing for Tailors and, floes*. •
wives, with a satisfaction heretofore utiknowa,
should lose no . time in. ordering. oae of :the
PATENT LEVER MACLUNRS, which "ire ,
to occupy a similar i position towards oititie.,:
sewing Machines that a: Patent' Lever '
tend" everybody knows. its Yalue)veitipies th- '•
wards, a Lapine or. stay other second lets
This 11-ichine make's the 1 . , Lock
which looks the same'on both /idol. of
fabric, and- cannot be ripped.'
In .411 respects equal to machines Istritofinf . sr
sold, at .a hundred dollars And upwards: -
Specimens of secring'done by the PATIENT .
LEVER MACHINE, wilt be forwarded to Icy
part of the cOuntry, upon regeipt of a postage"
-N. B. An energetic and reliable spittle
wanted in every town and village of the llai 4
ted States and Canada to sell theiaberviiiiei=
ed machine: An advantageents arrangement
will be made with the right kind of tuerabant
who is willing to have, 'the exclusive agency.
Address Globe Manufacturing Compa ny,.
NO Ilt. - 4 - nbug.
A LAMES' FASHIONABLE TURIFUIRINEI-
STORE IN POTTER COUNTY. • ' '
Ilk/RS. E. H. N. GRIDLEY has eitablishd4 2 '
.1.1 . a fashionable and'extensive Ladies' Far
fishing Store, at Ulyssee, Pottor c o., Pa.;Ahrei
miles 'west of Lewisville, where she will take
pleasure in furnishing Rillinery;:llentaumak=
ing, and Ladies' -Apparel generally, in bettii;
style and at much lower rates than ever beton ,
offered in Oils county. ; Mrs. G. receiies the
fashions fl•om New York regularly, 4'4
therefore enabled to make or repair Bonnets
Sr.c., in the latest style and with unesceptiorts.; -
ble taste and durability: 'AU articles warrant.-
ed to be as represented;f She desireatho pule:
lic to call and assure, : thereselves Of the
rectness of her statements.
Messrs. Lara.bee & O, Will receive : and sip. -
ply orders to customers at Lewisville. • "
T: , E: will receive and Tirrireptli Ilt
orders, throughout this and the adjoining
counties, at shop prince.
Special, arrangemeiais made
- - for - :Holiday. •
In con nection wjth th abore,T.E.GRID.
LEY would announce, to the public of Pea:
ter and the adjoining counties, that.' he Wilt •
regularly visit them, prepared , to furnish Ill '
articles of Female and Male Attire, And Famiy
Goods in general, warranted to be. precisely .
as he shall represent, and at ranch lower prieee
than can be bought of any other person tbe
county. . (Hilt)
YOUTH ANH.DLANHOOD... .
JUET Pbausurzilths 2,stit
• ti• seated envelope,, to. eny .. ;
address, postpaid, on receiptof. three statip4:
A MEDICAL ESiAY ON Tile FiITiICAL BSI/671110S
AND DECAY of the &Om, eirtied - by,./Seit.:
Abuse," Infection, etid the•injiartormioMie ,
go - epees of Mercury. IBy li. J-flut.newit.s 4
M. D., Member of thpltoyal College :08:w -
geone, &c.' • •
gee' Epermatorrh eel; or Seminal Eni '
Genital, and Nervous Debility, Impotency; Lois'
of Energy, Depression - of SpiOta;Thaidity;
ease of tbe,Sexual Orgnna, snd...linpediments-'
to Marriage, are pro:l44y 41c1- eifectuniirro:
moved by the author's n ovetan4 inoitt
mode of treatment, by means Cif ivhich the Id=
valid can regain pristine health - viittiont
ing recourse to dangeroue a n d expensive
From the Londonl4trieet." The tiesttreatiee
. .. . . . _ . ~...
ever written on a suojed 0., vita/ insportanee to gkik
we& worthy the AuthoAl exalted reptftatiots."
Address, the Publishers:, J: C;XLINIC ',l.k
CO., Ist Avenue,. cc.r.l" 19th Street, Pod 13110
4586, New York City: 13473 Mos. Made.):. : ;
PuRE LEAF LARD; lu firktal
can - be bad - at tbU"Old Regulator.: 111th; .
&gar' Cured Ilins, ailentigHpadso3liati4,Z
and Ribi. I -
20 - dtAltFi:Pll4ttliS•
irI'AP,,H,VirARE, Iron': tind Nails, GlasarThilitt
la and - Putty, Pairite 'arid
Camphene aad Burning Fluid, at '
20 CLARK & PHILLIPS. `