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1:4 a lusite,origioal local artleins iu this 4e
partutskt, bell:ring that the publication of
vbserrattona arat experiments iu regard to the
.tgricultuTal ante Ifortitml;urat pecularities of
tbis count; will I:banally - Atm:4VA our farmers.
7Tit, fappera of 'Patten—ED. JocaxAt.]
kyits t4egenew Farmer.
000* *Tit Voter o 4 pot
We are acquainted with an old farmer
- in Canada, one of the picinvers of thei
r ountry, who. for many years, by Furst':
ing : a In t di . ciona system uf propping,.,hept
of his 'farm,. and renderc4l
it milielind - wore productive and himself
more wealthy, his neighbors, in
;their IltirFY WVtrich, were ruining their
forms by successive grain crops, till many
th'em became little - better than labwirigl
baud, and. their-opueva litr4 ter sell off for
„next to nothing, ,Ip4 moire to new loca- - ,
tiona: Ilia fa mi •at the time we so* it,
Tu 18*1, comprisikismne . 4oo'acres wider
cultivation, Op soil a sandy loam, with
the e;eeptturi. of 10. aer , :surrounding
the farm buildings, that were of a clay
oam, and includio; some 30. acres of wet
mcii4qw, unit as .pastizrage fur F,ows . and
young stash . , 'the balance' of the these
100 acres of heavier soil - was devoted ex-
plObively to mieing hay, oats,. corn, &c,
ftlr 4 ole*Avinter keep of the animals on the
farm, "and the use nf the - fatuilY. The
.400 acres-of light soil were devoted ex
tAnsively to the prodnetion of wheat, and
which wp, ,:,!moat the only crop sold off
t befall% the Omf of the being
oonaurned by the song" stock in winter,
and. the inatplre made yip applied to the
Trap 0:41 gift heavier ;Old the firm. The
stock raised, however ? was of a very su-
Jeriordescill4ll, and included some fine
avpri Cattle and- spperior, young 'horses,
adding . largely to the profit. of .the farm.
- -xpr reMar, Mt`leolenee in working,
the 400_ G aqui were divided into six - large
holds-"of fttnn 25 to 75 acres each, 100
pre§ ffure'allivays kept in fallolv, 100 acres
ana 1 - 00 acres in clover, in reg
ular rotation, tills giviug.a crop of wheat
everyy year from 100 out ofthree 'hotbed
;Cres.of land. The wheat was sown earl
in'S.,eiiternberi_ and the cloyer deed seat
terid an 'tile surfece, c$ the Tito of 10 lbs,
an acre,' as soon as the wheat was well
/Arrayed, itt; and thus . the clover bad a
di - macula' make a good growth before the
Wigter tiet 41.44 aet,an. early start next
se Si.' - - By the time the wheat- was cut,
the clover had thickly covered the ground,
*ma almost 144 the wheat stubble. Sheep
Und young 'sip & *ere now - turned into
the stubble, in moderate numbers, so , as
not °to eat 'down the young clover too,
muck' lid - wafer rempled early in ()et°. I
ber kiiiitbe'elever gars good top as a
puiteetieei dem the frosts a wirttpc. in
.funa follikvilig year, a number of
sheep were :turned on the clover to fetten
eitbei pqrelmied, to relp . ll tp, butch,-
tr.,: orr, allowed the rem of the clover at so!
much - per - bead per week; - and as fast as
they are fattened, they are sold, and oth
ers tools their Triages, About 80 heavy
LeieeSter gives were kept as breeding
mock, for .early lambs, and these also were
put into the
_glover. - Enough sheep were
kept on-the clover to keep it from run
uing to blossom. By October, all the
fattening sheep had passed into the batch
era, hands, the breeding ewes were turned
into ether portions of the farm, and the
(diver was now turned under with the
plow, ready; for ,next year's summer fal
The third year, the land was' thorough-1
Iy &flowed, receiving three plowings be
sides the one of the fall before, and by
seeding tinuf.was id as fine tilth as a gar-
den. , ruder
_this system, the crops of
wheat .obiained were magnificent, the
'si - eld
(1851) averaging 45 bush
elsper acre. --
:The tillage was n of deep, the plow not
penetrating below six inches ; but the
droppings_ of: the sheep, the turning un
der of the claver,in the falkthu.s prevent.
ins the ammonia derived from them from
being' 'washed away during winter; com
bined with a thorough summer fallow to
kilt all ' weeds; rendered. the soil partiou
la* cleats and adapted for :wheat. The
profits . derived NM the fattening of the
sheep iiiirethan paid the two years rent
Of :the land, while in clover and fallow,
thus the Wheat crop to bear only
its own expenses of cultivation, &e.
- 11ut,:tbe farmer's wife was one.of those
hard r working,-mOnenetting beings too
often 'met WitlCamong . the old settlers.
qiiii-ittleclt4e , fie4y, and made the boYs
wok ; - bar. kept the girls at the
dairyataiminnin* wheel, and scouted the
14*arienditie tiimn -to sehOul is a use
14a:02r-we - saw-the place again, but,
a change' had come-over the teens, The
farmer had now grown-old, and for some
relinquiihea all the land,
V . ,tkit:fewinfieiyOund the old honibstoad,
tciiiitionngest son and some of hia sons
'411!11,- thinking tho system pur
iittedtbp.thetriather too troublesome, and
wanting in that education that would have
_ had sold off or swap
the stock the old man had
.W-a1.4 - tio'llitioli:Pains to raise, and had
lettlaniermin small portions on shares,
iinriiiiir-after" year it had been cropped '
and re•cropPed with grain, till it was fast
_beconiing • poor _as the surrounding
farms. ThiZd,"inaii. te*k.lis round to
ate° 4he Irritelc. of what he. once took , . a
qtfideltoits the finest- farm in, the dOlll3-
try, the expensive threshing machine,
grain aritii,, , ,ana biter - implements, now
eta decay : and lyii4 here and there
' 4 .4 . 14141 the.. fences; ,the horses he once
4 1 , 341 4, Min Self on, now in their old
,141,4 4 4 lwb*. to wander about the roads
frr t4iO4-0 , 4 while the stable were filled
with strung& bones, theyardg with strange
cattle, while. stranger wen had erected
theit shanties here and there about the
Trtam nr. Canso—A friend sends us a
communication, attongiy , condemning the
practice of tying
_up 'cattle, We agree with
Wee' the main. 'Young stock and store
cattle should not be constantly confined,
PPenldieds and a yaril, to roam in are butter
than °in earns an 4 stables. If tied up
during the night, in cold weather, they should
be turned into a sheltepe,d yaxd &ming the day.
Exercise is essential to their healthy growth.
With fatting . animals the ' case may 'be dif
If a man were to see a. quarter efl . an
kelt of 13'9rtu pnt, in his cup of cogee, he
could not drink it, heganse'he knows that
the whole cup would be impregnated ; It
a very .imall,amontit !:?ftioine virulent pois
on lle introdeped int 4 a class of water, the
drinking of it might not produce instant,
death, but that woghi nAtt prove that it was
not hurtful, only that 'there was not,
enough of it to cause'a destructive - result
immediately. • - ,
We sicken at the thoughtof taking the
i breath of another the moment it leaves,
I the mmith, but.that breath mingles, with
the air about the bed in which two per-I
sons lay ; and it is rebreathed, init not the
less offensive is it in reality on account ofl
the dilation, esoopt that it is not taken in
its concentrated form but each breath
makes it more concentrated. One sleep-!
er corrupts the atmosphere of the room by
his own breathing, but whet! two persons
are breathigg at tilt same time, twelve or
fourteen tins ig each minute, each min
extractina all the nutrimegt from a
gallon of air, the deterioration , must be
rapid 'n44 wocially in a small and
close room. A. bird cannot live without
a large supply of pure air. A canary bird
linng op is 11.,,mtained bedstead where
two persons sleptdied before the morning.
Many infants ara-found dead in bed,
and it is attributed been over
laid by the parents; but the idea that any
person weld lay still for a moment on a
baby, or - anything - else of the same
is aloard. 'Peath was gaped by the want .
- ofpure -air.
Besides, emsnraiim, aerial aFol PAP er
less solid, are thrown out from every per
son—thrown out by the procession of na
ture because no longer fit for life purpo
ses, because they are dead and eorimpt.—
but if breathed into another living body,
it is just as. abhorrent, as if we took into
. the matter of sore or any
The most destrnetive typiMiti and pu
trid fevers are known to arise directly
from a number of
,perzons livipg, in the
same, small room.
Those who ean,afford it should there
for arrange to have , each meuber, of the
family sleep in a seperate bed. If persons
must sleep in the same bed, they should
be about the same age, and in good health.
If the health be much unequal, both will
stiffer; but.the healthier one the most=
the luvalid suffering for want of entirely
So many cases are mentioned in stand
ard medical works where healthy, robust
infanta and larger children have tilled
led away, and died in a few months from
sleeping with grandparents, or ther old
persons, that it is useless to aite - srp:c..l
instances in proof.
It would be a constitutional and moral
good' for - married persons to sleep in ad
joining rooms, as a general habit- Is
would be a ceatain means of physical in
vigorance and of advantages in other di,
rections,which will yeadily occur to the
rgeetive reader. Kings and Queens .and
the highest personages of courts have sep
arate apartments. It is the bodily etna-
uations collei,iing and concentrating un- 1
ier the same cover which are. the most
destructive of health—more destructive'
than the simple contamination of an at
mosphere breathed in oupr i eti.-7r.ffatCs
4ottritai. of .11ealth.
List, of Letters
. . • .
EMAINPiG in the Dot Office at Conders
-1.11, port, Pa., for the Quarter ending july 2d,
Ames, Elizabeth Lowrey, David
Ansbn, Yatespuu, Julia A.
Baker, Hannah sledoury, A, It
Baker, Julius Nelson, Ann
Beach, John N. Nelson, Sam'l
Bell, Johnll. ff. Nostitz, John
Luau Olney, Sarah J.-2. •
Burdick, Amos" Parish, Elmina
Chase, Dclils.-R. ' - Parks, Mary
Churchill, Persia Frith, John B.
Cobb, Chauncey Redson, polly -
Corey; A, - Rinehulsi.Cornelins
Cushing, Chloe E. Roche, Owen-2
Deppin, B. .Schreiber, Gottleib-
Dual, Hiram Sherwood, Norman
G0rum,...0. W. - Split)), Wm.
Groesbeck, Wm.' • StarkMeather,:llpuy •
Hunt, Louisa - Thatcher, David
Johnson, C, W. • Tillotson, Aaron .
Johnson, Reuben , Truemal.p, Lyman
Killiga.n, J: N. :• Tyler, T. B."
Leoriarci; W. • -- Voorhees. 0.
Lestnor, Sophia - - White, Adaline D.
• Wilcox, George - :
LiErPersons inquiring-for the above mil
please say they_are-pd_yerttsed. , _ ,
- - JOHN If. AMP; P. U.
.1110OTS, SHOES, Rubbers, Hanle Over
,Sbees,ler men, 'woinen'attobild,ren by
the ease; lluen'or 'pair, at • - •
: 20 . • OLARRA PHILLIPS.
TAKE NOTICE I
- FF con want to get your Watch- r •
1 - es-or Molts pUt in good-run
ning order; take them to /41.170.4y'5. • You
will find him on hand to do ynnr Iro4 on
short' notice; and in a..wbikinaulike manner, at
No. 2; PIICOV BLOCK,
opposite . _ Parrn s elee's Drug and Rook Store.
Jewelry neatly repaired,' and work done on
short, notice, cheap for cash.
JOHN B. DAYTON.
1- Wellsville, April 17, - 1659. , 40-6 mo.
PLASTER for sale by
P. A. STEBBINS.
HARK BATIK. !1
What Iftrisc Is That
0 ! . IT IS THE. ReSII AT THAT OLD
REGULATOR, in full blast front f s..
at., to 9 r. at„ by the good people froin Da4 to
ilareaheba, after the good thiogs iht rein con
tained. Wellsyille is a fast City, and . the peo-;
p I P arc, fast nags. O my!! how they do
work at that old Store Farming and liog=
ging can't begin with it; and..they don't try
to hait any -lvidy with' Cc, 'Sogar, and call. it
god.. Sag mist& possibly do for Vine„Oar, (f
$lO,OOO ti•orth of choice Porla, brought- ill
the Hog from llTyoroing and Livingston coun
ties, packed by Clark Phillips; 30000 Sugar
Cured Huns; 2;090 Shoulders; 12000 Pure
I,ar4; ix* litiots and Shoes; 47000 Horse
Feed; 95790 Nails, 4t to 5c ; 78000_ Hard
ware, Orerrpge.re, Tip Ware, wane and
Wsoden Ware, rfoolq fop Mechanics. Farmers
arid everybody ; 1600 Flour, $+,75 to $7 ,• 76
Chests of Tea, from sg. ; Paints, Oils,
Fluid, Aleohol,.Catyphene, and 2u9000, other
things; 400 - Bushels Stone Lime;cheftp ; 11.417
hers and Buffalo Ovsr-Silops, for ,)fen, Womsn
at that "Old Regulator" in Wellsville, foot of
Plank Road street, on-the Railroad, surround:
ed by Shingle Shanties, Lime Shanties, Pork
Packing and Flour Shuttle's, all the gtiod peo
ple, n uil and she-mail. • including the pretty
I,asspt and prim Old - tO - carry off the
needful, substantial and fanciful thing. thgniu
contained. Thus ended.). Want No. 1. Ip. 2
2000000 Sawed Shinglesi
1500000 Shaved.' 491
Also big Deers and Little Dears, some Bears,'
some Patridges, some Porcupine, Cash si%
Butter, Cheesedloots, Qgs, Pqq4FyiPprn, &c.
Come all ye Who wish to bay or sell; we will
do you good. Doght 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 Christmas and a Hap
py Kew Year - PIA4K ?IMAM'S.
Wellsville, 'pee. 2.1, 18 8. (1 1 44'
I'. S. If that Printer made $l5OO by-mind
ing his own bnsiness, and $5OO more by let
tiug ills ueighborls ajone, what, mought some
some others do? Let catbappy medlers a nswep.
001:1E11§1"ORT ACpEDIY, 1859.
Rev. 3. HENDRICK, A. 4., Deviclem.,
SPRING and SUMMER TERM commences
Tues,d44 - 9 APrit rig
FALL MM . commends
Tuesday, August 23.
nates cif Ttliticr4
Common English, 3 s'o
Ifigher English, with Algebrch ' ... .
4 75 ,
Higher Mathematics, 6 00
Latin and Greek, - . 6 00
Drawing (extra) 2 ; 59
Mltsic, With use of Piano, (Writ) •16 00.
French, (extra) 3 00
French, without - other studies, - 5 00
Room Rent, each, ' 1 00
BEir Competent Teachers have been secur..
ed for every branch of - Study. [3l.]
9111 E pu t bscriberS
,take this method of in
forming their friends that they are in re
ceipt of, and arc now opening:, . choice and
desirable stock of • -
STAPLE AND FANDY DRY. C f OOIIS,
tcr•which they invite the attention of all who
desire to make purchases. Our stock is large
has been selected with great care, and is par
ticularly adapted to the wants of this section
of our country. Our stock of Dry Goods con
• MESTIDS I •
and a variety of other hlides, too nuineroos
to mention, • We haye also a complete assort
GROCERIES, HARDW4P,Ef AND
all of which will he sold uncommonly cheap
for ready pay, and for :IF roved credit on as
reasonable terms 44. aller establishment.
. 3IANN &NICHOLS.
Ang. 11, 186.-9:13 ly.
Iv EVEIW BODY'S MOUTH I
' • 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 IN EVERY BODY'S MOUTH?
WHY "THE AMERICAN SMOKER."
WHY . " THE .4MEEIDAN SIRIKEIL7
WILY " THE A3}ERIDA4 S3POKEB.." •
. STUDDED- WITH DIAMONDS.
STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
WHITS STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
WHAT'S STUDDED WITH DIAMONDS.
WHY, PRESIDENT BUOIIANAN'S
Which has been ordered of
TIIE AMERICAN TI ava
COMPANY. . • .
22 & 24 Frankfort Street,
Nen , York.
- 1 - FANTBo Di, including inaids.and matrons,
old or piing, plain or pretty, ryish to huy
or sell anything, we give it as our candid ovin.
ion, they had better come to that same Old
Regulator, kept imfull blast by
20 . CLARK PHILLIPS.
CORN-VEP • I3PGS, from Wye
ming and Livingston Counties, are being
packed, and will be until January, 1859, by
• 20 CLARK tz PHILLIPS.
Special Notice to the Ladiegt.
`STIMMER, FASHIONS.. '
MRS, GBIDLEY tentlers her thanks to the
citizens of:P tt cr. and adjoining counties, for
their generous patronage. She would say to
the public, that -.she. has_on . hand a splendid
assortment of Millinery Goods,WhiCh she will
sell retail or wholesale at the ewest rates, es
pecially to those in the trade; at a small ad
vance from N. Y. prices. - Ali ordersprompt
ly attended to.
T. E..GRIDLEY will deliver Bonnets to any
place, ordered. Bleaching and Repairing done
up in the latest style, with taste. The large
- quantity of work to be •' done over," will he
delivered at the earliest moment. Ladies
please call or send inyourorders. Shop locat
ted 31,miles west of LeNiriSVille.
E. U. N. GRIDLEY.
Ulysses, May 3 , 185: 1 .-38. •
What ttikor roartufacutre,
TFlE,AMErtmetx sq . ()Kea,-
, •Consistitigiof sweat variety of unique and
beautiful patterns of ,Cigar Tubes; also, sec=
oral varieties of Pipe - Tubes'. - The peculiarity
about these r rtieles is that Otich one ii•orrang
ed so as to receive.% damp! sponge,, through
which the, melte of the burning cigar latis to
pass on its way to the-'ruonth. -.This , "damp
sponge not only cools the smoke, - hufextracts
from it the nicotine oil, the poisonous proper
ty of the Tobacco, which repderi the breath
less offensive. , Smokers will' find the use of
these Tubes - a - 'lexury uever before attained
except - by using, the Turkl4h water;jar. Their
use will also greatly prornote the health -of the
babitusi srpoker and preSerre , the • sweetness
of the breath. : 1- •, , •
THE' AIWA:MAN CRPET lIO9K. ..
rs a little euntrivance .for butting clown carpets
without tacks. -This is al new article, which
has never.before been upen the market. ,But
lit possesses the merit.of enabling - a person to
put dOwn Or take up a eiirpet of tha largest
size in general use in fifteen minutes, without
any injury ,to the flour, or I • carpet, It, is very
cheap—cheaper in the lotig run thaw-tacks—
and the great faculty with which even a sem - ,
ant can take up and put clown carpets, with,
out the possibility of a mistake, renders it in
yalnabie to the houseke,ePer. - . - .
. i •
THE-AMERICAN PEI( lIOLDER. -- 4: WIPER.
It is fl; neat invention for liblding a wet sponge,
into which.the pen Is thilist,, always coming
out preen and ready - for es°. A very conven
ient ,t tide for the Counting-House, Desk and
11. ; ihrary Table. 11:39 •
- The AttlerjaCl4 Trades Compa
ny, was organized, November 8, - 1857, with
a Capital of One _hundred thousand dollars. f
This Company was forniedwith a Wier.' oltak- I
lug up inventors of small articles of gdiefal 1
utility, who are unable to make independent I
R.Frmlg ( 4-,tents fpr igtrodueing their inventions,
by an equitable arrangement. with therri for
their, rights by, purchase Out and ont„ or by a
tariff on the articles ma nfactured and .5; 4 '141
The inizentive genius of this country has long
pallet! ftir an .Institution Of this, kind..., Tliel
Apierican mind is so active; tliatthOusands of
tilings arp invented, many of which woul4 be
really Useful to thp community; but which are
never introduced, -because the inventors of
then have no means to carry them out. - *
The capital of this Company will be detoted
to theAevelopinentof really uspfultnyrintions,
TO CtimpAny have le oohnuittee on batents,
whose duty it is to pass hpowallaPpliditions,
aticifrOm their large Oxfleriende in such :Mate '
tpre, In i initm;;; have a security ;hat their in,
'editions will tint be inisjudgeli.; atid theliigh
character of the parties 'composing that Coa
-1 mittee is a sufficient gini.tarity that plans 'and'
1 sFecilmation's may besOiek?idbefope patents
are applied for, without 'any ride of advan
tage being taken Of this eireunistanee,.. and
wimp' desired! to de , sia; -die Company wilt take
out patents-far others, securing for the tined:
for all of his invention that is patentable.
'pis Cothoitwy sespcdfully invite inventors
ter submit' to them their plans; and it will he
furthering the objects Of the Company it its
oftims ass} natil.s caq !be of any service try
them. ' • ! • '
Any - one of the folloWing modes is accepta
ble.to this Company :
First: To munufacture
. any articles for
wltiPll ad:4fitodby conkrapti
the inventors receiving the articles and paying
for the same on delivery. .
Second: They buy alw patent which is ap
proved of by their committee.
Third: They will manufacture and sell any
article whichlthey chops to adept, Giving to
the Inv i eutor such a proportion of the profits
as may be agreed upon.
Frank prt-st., New lo4k, being about 60 feet
frent lir over 100 feet deep, and 7 stories high
above he sidewalk, isiowned by the President
of the Company, and is occupied in part by
all the machinery, wareroom and offices of the
Company, where all it's business and sales are
Iy.qo SELLS TI - t .IAIERICA:si SMOKER?
WHY EVERY oßuggls -,toip con DEALER--
If 9: ley dont now., they till hereafter. Dout
fail th engage
TILE CALUMET OF PEACE!
TILE CALUMET OF PEACE!
• TIIB CALI/47 7 .0' PEACE!
SVIIAT IS THE CALUMET OF 'PEACE ?
WHAT IS IT'S WHERE IA IT?
. IT •IS THE AMERICAN SMOKER.
igesSee adreitiseMent. •
QUIET NERVES, QTIET NERVES!
NO EXCUSE FOR .NERVOUS HUSBANDS.
HUSBAND GO BUY THE AMERICAN
THIS IS,TO BE THE ORDER OF THE DAY,
From ei.ery'wifo - w r hee has a. smoking hus-•
band,-and no good , husband who wants to
have peace in the family will fail to obey the .
order . . .
p&-S a advertisement. See advertisement.
T "'" PLITS- ULTRA
SEWING MACHINES. , -
THE PATENT LEVER SEWING MACHINE,
MANUFACTURED BY THE GLOBE
.MANUFACTURING CO- 1 14 1 44Y;
May be titly-'regarded as the "ne plus altra!'l
of sewing machines; and all who are wishing
- to find 4 Machine Which Is capable of doing;
any kind of sewing for Tailors and House-
'wives, With a satisfaction heretofore Unknown,
should Jose.no tiive In- ordering - one- of the;
PATE4rT LEVER MACHINE,S; which are
in occupy a similar position towards other
sewing Machines that a patent' Lever, Watch
rand evirytiody.knows its value) occupies to,
wards a Lapitte. or any ether second rate
watch, - ,
':`his Machine makes the "Lock Stitch," -
which looks the same on both sides of this
fabric, and.cannot - bc ripped,
PRICE $5O. -
In all respects equal to machines heretofore'
sold atja bundredldollars and Apwards. -
Specimens of sewing.done by the PATENT
LEVEV, 4 4 \cgisT„ will he forwarded to any
part Odle country, upon' receipt of a postage
stamp - ; '
N. R. --An" energetic. and:reliable-agent is
wanted in every .town and,:village of
ted Stites toad Ctinadas sell the above nam
ed tunebine.., An! advantageOus arrangement
wilt bi made with the right kind of merchant
who is willing tolhave 'the exclusive agency.
- Address Glofte Manufacturing donipcov,
11:301 4 33;) Broadway,iN, Y., •, . ;
'- - Z.-4:;--THOMPS0115
CATMAGE t . W.A.GOZi Ali:Fa i t and ;BR
• • PAIIIER, Coudersport, Potter Co.; Pa., takes
thil method of informing the pub
• lic in general that he is prepared
to do .all work!in his line with promptness,
. a worliman , gike manner, and, Upon the
mot accommodating terms. Payment for
Repairing invirlablyrequired on delivery of
the work. All kinds of. PUMICE
taken oa account of work. • ' - 1
DR, MORSE-:-th , „ __ ___ ____ _ —.
DI.3N ROOT PILLS. This philanthropist hiss
spent the greater part of his life in traveliam,
having visited Europe, Asia, and Africa,
well• as. lihrth America—hs spent three_ye ; rs
among the Indians of Our Western' Country
it was in this way that the Indian root Pi Is
were first discovered. Dr. Morse was this: - first
man to establish the fact that all 'diseases arise
from IMPURITY OF TIM BLOOD-L-thirt dim
strength; health and life depended .upon tl is
; fluid. : , : . .'.
1 ' When the various passages become elogg (I,
and do not act in perfect harmony with- t e
different functions of the body, the blood 10. C.,
its actien, becomes thick, corrupted and dis
eased; thus causing all - pains, sickness abd '
distress 'of every name ; our. strength is
hausted, oar 'health lye ( - We deprived of, an if
nature is'not assisted in throwing oir the stria:-
nant humorS, the blood will .become chiahe'd
and cease to act, and thus-our light of life•will
forever be blOwn out: How important then
that_we ; sliould keep. the various passages or
the body free and. Oen. And how pleasant
Ito us that we'haVe it in 'our power to put a
Medicine in your reach, namely; Morse's In
dian Root Pills, Manufactured from plants
and roots whieli grow arrinud*: the mountain
ous cliffs in Nature's garden,-for the health and
recoyery of diseased man. One of the roots
front which these Pills arc Made is' a Sudorific,
1 Whicluopens the pores of the' skin, and assists
4atilre in throwing out the finer parts of. the
corruption - within, The Seeond is a, plant
, Which is an Etipectorant, that opens and- Aa
clogs the passage to the lungs, and thuS, in. a
soothing manner, performs its duty by thrOw
ing off phlegm, and other humors' from ithe
lungs by copious spitting. - The. third is 'ai Di
uretic, which gives ease an - d doubM strength
to the kidneys ; * thus encouraged, they - draw
large amounts of impurity 'from the blood,
which is then thrown out bmintifully byi the .
urinary_ or_water passage,and• which could
net 'lays been discharged lin 'any other *ray.
The lomili. is a Oathartic, 'And , accompffnies;
the other.properties of the . Pills.while cups&
in: pnrifyingthe blood - ; the coarser particles
of ; ;impel.* which cannot pass by the Other
outlts, nre thus taken up and conveyed Ll' in
great quantities by the laticrels:.
Vrorn: tfie-ano re; it is shown that Dr. Morse's
Indian Itoot Pills not only enter the stomach,
but becoine united with the blood, for 'they,
find way to every part ; slid completely rent out'
and cleanse the system from all imp,:rity, and'
the life. of the bpdy, which is the Llootli be-;
comes - perfectly healthy ; consequently all:
sickness and pain i is driven from the s.-.Sterta,;
for illey cannot remain when the body Imebinesi
so pan: and' clear. l ~ 1
The reason ivliy. people • are so--distressed'
when sick, and why ; so uniay• die, is -bee.ause
prey do not get. a medicine which will passi
to. the afiliettH .1 Parts,-and which will open this
natural passages for the disease to be cast (mt.;
',epee; :V large quantity of food and other niatj.
ter is lodged, and the stomach and inteStineS
:are literally overflowing with the corrapted
mass;: thus undergoing-disagreeable fermen4
throws corrupted: matter through everyl vein
and artery, until life is taken from the ! body , i
by disease*. Dr. Morse's PILLS have added to I
themselves victory tippet victory, by restoringff
millions of the sick tn. - blooming health and'
happiness. -Yes,i thousands who have I been
racked or ternmoted. with sickness, pain and
anguish, and whose feeble frames have lbeea
scorched liy the burning elements of raging
fever,-and who have been brought, as it nerd,
within a step of the silent grave, now stand
ready to testify that they world have been
numbered with the dead, had it not been for
this great and ivonderfal medicine, ; M9r.sei's 1
Indian Root PHIS.. After one or twe doses had i
been taken, they were *astonished, and absd,-1
lutely surprised, in-witnessing their charming
effects. Not only do they give immediate ease
and strength, and - take away all sickness,
pain and -anguish, ' but they at once - 'go' to
work at the toundatioa of the. disease. I
which is the blocd. Therefore, it wlll be
shown, especially by those who use these Pills,
that they will so cleanse and purify, that di's-
ouse—that neav(ly•enemy—will take its flight, '
and the flush of yuuth and beauty will Itlgain
return, and tbe prospect of a long and happy
life will cherish' and brighten your days I
Merchants - aed.-Traders will be on their
guard and not ibe imposed upon by a
terfeit of Or. Morse's ladian Root Pills, signed
A, B. _More. All genuine Pills will liefeafter
have. the name and:-signature of a LAKE
JUDSON, (sucCesor to -1... L White & &,) on
each box. * ' i • .- • -,
All orderi'qd letters relating to sai 'Pills
must be addressed to WM. MUDGE' CO.,
iproprietors of Dr. A. Trask's Magnet; Oint
ment,)' Earlville, Madison Co., N. Y., Oreneral
Agents. for Pr:.Morse's Indian Root Pills. f . ..
A. JAKE JUDSON, (successor to Ai J.
'White .k. C 0.,): 50 Leonard Stew, New YCirk,
Sole Proprietor. Sold-by SMITH St JONES,
CouderSport; also by all Medicine De. Teri in
the county.' - . . 10:46- y. . .
. . . . .
A. BenAlolenti Institution,. established lot 'special
endowment Yor.the relit! Of the Biel: and dis- '
. : fre,,ieCteleted 'with. Virtilenf and • .
_...- I '
• ': - .
1 .. 1111E HOWARD ASSOCIATION, livieir . o
IL the awful destruction of ham-tali e, eaus
ed by Sexual diseases, several years ago direct
ea ihoir CoOulting Surgeon, to open a!Dh . . pen
sary for the treatmeutof this class of diseases,
in , all their forms,.and to give MEDICAL AD
VICE GRATIS, to all whei apply by letter,
With a description Of - ,their condition, ktge,
occupation, habits of life,- &c.,\ and in -cases
of extreme p,overty, to FUANISEt StFt3lG.'*iY.S
FREE.OF RHARGE, : '.. ::' = - i i =
. The Directors of the AssoChteon, in! their
kate .ItiTinual!Report express the highest ;Bads
tacVaalyitli the success which has attended
the labors 'bf. their AurgeOns - in" the cline. of
SPerniatorrhma, Seminal WeakiteiS,l GOnorr
lg, Cleet, Syphilis, the `vice of Onttnism or
Self=Ablise;l•Disease of the KidneYsrttifllad
der, - kc-, and order a continuance of the same
plan for the ensuing.. year. .
An admirable Report on Sperinato Accra, or
Seminal-Weakness; the iiee of Onan sm, Mas
turbation..Or Self-Abusti and othel Diseases
.Sexcial .Organs, by the Consu ting'Sur
, geon,, will be sent by mail; (ia.a'sesied:enVel
epe,) FREE OF CHARGE, on receipt of TWO
STAMPS lorpoitage. -• ' 1
Address; for Report or.treatment, Dr.
T. SKILLI„ , , HOUGHTON,' Acting Surgeon,
Howard Atisociatio - n, No. :?. South ItinthStrect, -
Philadelphia, Pa, - 111:2•1 7 1y.
•- 1 -
76, es — galsip - if la'
compound rerneily,:in which vire have Iv.
,rec, to produce the mast effectual alterati ve
• can bdmatle". It is a concentrated extract
!arts 811..aparilla,,no .condaiped with othef
stances of still greater alterative powe r u
afford an effective • antidote for the diseann
‘ m tlipari n a
. i e ?cotter:ls to cure.:. It is believed
t such a reratey is wanted: by . .thase who
ter froni• Striunous camplaints, and that" One.
Melt will. Accomplish their cure' must prov e
immense serv i ce to this lurge,class of our
afflicted fellow-citizens. -14 0 W . ompletely this
cOmpound will do it has.beerttprvalen by e x p el ..
intent on' many of the _worst eatato- be found
of the following complaints:--
Scriorisza. AND SCHOPOLdES toupLux. p ,' ,
Etumrross AND EItCPILYt INSEAM, Mea de ;
Ppr.m.r.s. ,BLOTCIIES, TOMES, SiLT ittlEl34
SCALD HEAD, SYPHILIS AND 'SrpniLtrie to,
FP.ETIONS, MEUCCILIALHDIEASE, DROPSY, Nzu,„
EIDLOtt on TIC Dootommtax„ Darman, Dry.,
..ms,psta. AND INDIGESTION, EItYSIPELAS, REtni
or EV: AcISTDONY'S Fine, and finked the. whole
crass of cronvirsints_ arising fromlnrmurt et'
TILE lhootke • , •
This emsp , t o l o viii s he found a great pro..'
motor of liettille, when Mken in the spring, ta
expel the foe W thisktts-. which fester in ri l e ,
blood at that season of tbslesr. By the time. -
ly ekpulrion of them meet7' rankling disorder,
Me nipped in the bud. llultituelos
fhe aid of this remedy, -spas' thmaselves.fromi
the endurance of foul. eruptions .114 ulcerous
Sartre; throngh which the system win Strive to
04 itself. of corruptions, if -not oseirleti tor&
this through the maitre ohannels of the body
by an alterativd . Cleanse out the'
Vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skip in pimples. eruptions,.
Or sores ; cleanse it when you find it is otw
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
iivhenever it is foul, and. your feelings will tel
you whoa. Even where napartiieurar•disorder
is felt, people oploy - butter andlivir
longer, for cleansing • the blood. Ivies the
blood healthy, and all is:well; bit - with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting 'health. • Sooner- or later something
'must go wrong, and the great machinery of
ilife is disordered or overthrown.. .
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
;reputation, of aebemplishing these ends.- Butt
the world has been- tgccgiously deceived' fqr
preparations of it, .partly because- elltr drag
alone has not all the virtue thaC is claimed
i tfor . it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be eonconffrafed extracts of it,
contain but little' orthe virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any taintrctiv• ' - :•• :•• • •
• 13Uring late years the public haie been mis,
led by large holtlos, pretending to give a quart
Of "Extract of Sarsaparilla. far one dollar: Most
of these haie been frauds upon - the sick, far
• they not' only centahtlittle, if Pry, "Saretipa.
fine, but often no curative properties %slimy,
cr. .llence, bitter anclpainful disappointment
has followed.the use ofthe various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
" name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat.. Still
We call this compound Sariaperilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy, as . -shall rescue the
r4=o ' from • Ille • load of obloquy which rats
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues . which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their - complete
eradication from thOsystein; the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions at
Viahottle. ". - " - !.. • ...= . -.. ... . . . .
PREPARED BY •
Dn. J. C. AYER di_ C 0. 2 .,
LOWELL, - AIASS.
Price, $1 per Bottle tifixx s acqesOn 114
Dyer's Cherry :Pectoral,
has, wan for 'itself such a renown for the sure o
every . variety of Throat and Lung Complaint; that
it Is eatitelY itanceessary . for us tsi . recount the
evidence ,of its Nirtues wherever it Has
~ been em
ployed- As it has ions
. been constant me
throughout this section; we need not do more than
IiSSItIe the people• its quality is kept tip to the bat
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found t.; , 464
ion Trot ctralit CAE
Costiveness, Jaundice,. Dyspepsia, Indigestio n,
Dysentery., Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Ileadaelts,
l'iks, Rheumatism;Ernptiqns and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy Telier, rumor/ a' •
Salt Itheion, Worms, - Gdut, Neuralgia, as
Dinner Phu, and for 'Purifying the' Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most Send•
five can take tbent,pleasantly, and they are 1,,i1
best aperient in the wunia for all the purposes of •
family physic. - • •
Price 25 cents per poi; Floe loxes for 5'LOO.
Greet numbers of Clergymen; Physicians, Stet
men, and eminent personages, have lent th '
names to.certify the unparalleled use fuhiess of th -
remedies; but our space here will not permit th
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our AMERICAN ALMANAC in whichlhe
are given; with also full descriptions of the a.. -
complaints, and the. treatment that should bete
lowed for their cure. • -
not be put' off by . unprincipled-dealers IS
attics preparationa they make mete profit o.
Demand ATER'S, and take no others. The a
want 4 44 there is for them, and, theyak. •
have it. ips. - - - -
All our Itemedies are
Sold by 83111 . 11 Sr, JONES, and D. li'• SPEC
CEP, Coudersport; COREY /i SUN, Mr"
A. D. HORTON, Cushingrilje •, 'MANN
NICIIOLS, 31illport ; C. IL SIMMONS, OswaYo
and by all 'Merchants - and iyaggists. [11:2
Eyes Open !.Earii Open! -
RIGHT. ABOUT FACET
Iran ! d al h l e 3 l:t h h a tt tlntrl!a t rn!W :
see the wonders hejug'detie in : Wellsville, di
City of TannericS, and' especially. nt.the 01
Regulator, where thirty-two..-mert and sere ,
boys are wanted...to work fifteen hours ever.
day, (Sundays excepted;) - and - he thittlAt i o
m oney. come. Bring' a board; bring a shingle
bring a hog,-- - bring a geese, bring a-deer,hrin:
a bide, brings mink, bring a pelt,
butter—brinrwhitt yoeilike; you shall not
turned empty away becauseyou hare notth
filthy lucre to buy your bread. Thus;endet
the first lesson: - CLABK.d;
20. - - • .•
EVEllYTHlNCribought mid sold at the 01
Regulator, nioept Gas, Gas, Scandiao
Blarney.- Soft Soap and Soder, at sixpence
pound, must be had at Some Brothers, stSe
Brothers, in this town.
20 CLARK ,& PHILLIPS.
CLARK Si PHILLIPS render their than
to nil the• good. p.emile of this Cocoon
Wealth for their - most liberal patronage. an
Alley : do tender their speeiat_ thanks to the.
competitors and any others, for their genii
barking for all ilme, concocted falsehood / bt
all, time, envy and jealousy; for no falsehoo d/
-.was meant for evil, but has proved our PO'
So go ahead. - The more the better.
20 •' • CLARK & PHILIPS
JrER,- PORK - and Beans, Boma Fe
Jr Corn Meal, Oats; Shorts'enongli
-ply a small nation,. it the Old glA iOr. _ ,
• - 20 - - • CLARK tRe
STONE LIME, in bbl. or bulk, •
an c be.h