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COUDERSPORT, JULY 2'l, 1850
Persona/.—When «C." d e p os it s hi s
g newith us we will publish his ludibrious
I l lo ughts upon the " gifted lady's" letter.
we have a rule, recently mentioned in our
paper, to that effect.
We learn that Mrs. M. Ross, the wife
e f—tfon. S. Ross, has been appointed
manager iu I?otter . county for the Mount
Vernon Association of the Union. The
se lection is a most excellent one,-and we
( f ast she will be enabled to make a good
report to the State - Vice-Regent of her
e fforts among our citizens, and that their
patriotism may be exhibited in creditable
donations to so worthy a cause.
tYo 51011711er Vacation, at the Iron City
College, Pittsburg, Pa., owing to the im
prospects for active business
throughout the entire country this com
in' fall. Upwards of 200 Students are
is daily attendance ; hence the entire fac
ulty is retained, and there will berm sum
..uier vacation, giving every facility for
oung men to enter during the summer,
and be thoroughly prepared, at a cost of
,only $4O, in time for the business season.
K e w Revelation in Geology and .The
rlegy.—A correspondent at Erie sends
as the following juvenile dialogue which
recently occurred in that city, between
the son and daughter (aged respectively
nine and seven years) of a Methodist
minister, showing the physical and moral
difference between men • and women, as
they saw it in geology and theology:
Little Boy.—"I wonder what makes
the Paps so litudt crosser than the Mams ?"
Little Girl.—"l guess it's because the
Lord sifted the dust, and made the Paps
out of the bran, and the Mattis out of the
• Little-Boy.—"Will I be a Pap when I
et lots —aud be cross, too ? "
Ltyle Girl.—"l 'expect so." •
Little • Boy.—(Meditatively) "Na I
shan't be a Pap 1.."--j-evidently unwilling
to believe himself made out of the Fran:
. Muds Bursted.—Durbig the be vv
rain nn Thursday afternoon last, f-,vo.
clouds met, bursted and fell with perfect
torrents of water—not rain—in Hebron
near this village. An eye
:fitness says that a 14-quarts pail, stand-
Athe open air, was rained full in 25
i..."nute.s. Logs two feet in diameter, lay
,g-oat. of usual water courses, were ear:.
Died Off, so 'rapidly did the water rise.
dani of Mr. Nelson Clark's mill, was
rid away by the sudden flood, and at
e seam of Mr. Wm. 11. Meta
n another stream, a milk house was
away, and a laiie amount of drft
floated into the mill, so that several
ill be - required to get the mill in
iar , °
op order. The crops in the neigh
are said to . have been very little.
all other localities from which we
heard the rain has started vegeta
gward with' a new`impetus, and ev-
Lem there is new hope that the sad
of the great frost will be in a great
elration at Gerhraltia.—The an
' of the members of the Pennsyl
(German) Land Assiciation ta their
and flourishing colony in Abbott
ip, this county, was made the oc
of a cgg _cid time generally" by them
nday last. The energetic and gen
ly local agent, Mr. Alex. Eydpi,
d our citizens generally, as far as
Id make the invitation known in
pience of the shortness of the time
d to do it in, and a number of them
including our Brass Band. We re
bat it was extremely inconvenient
'l . ti. to have Veen : there: As the party
lid not return in time for us to get a full
''Pori, from our special - reporter for the
',eas on, we defer it until our next. The
;sod, eeling manifested by the Germani
:s t wards our citizens, is highly appre
'lol by them, judging them by their
'fllalts. We hope it may never dimin-
. on either side.
A. Free dinner, at the expense of the
' , Elciation and provided by Mr. An.
'fi' Jackson, (formerly of this place, and
A' ;‘mine host" of the Germania Hotel,)
1 3 p l artaken of by about 400 guests, in
41Ter prepared for that purpose.
L.:,7 Broken in a Suing.—On Sunday
'tning last, the driver of the Wellsville
'gt , a lad 'about 17 years old, named
iiiinin Addison, hailing from Olean, we
-:eve, met with a sad accident. He,
zh several boys of about his age, Was
Zing in a rope swing erected on the
4ISt., the other sido of the river, when
• boys took hold of the cords attach
tol the main swing to give it motion,
i row the swing (in which he was
- I alone) as far back as they could,
and then let it go again, which -would',
give the swing great velocity and width 1
of range.. d They had _ drawn . it back and
the word was given to go, and several
of the boys did'ao; bUt ono or two, more
devilish than wise, lung-, to the cord,
bribging the - swing around against one of
the trees to which it Was attached, and
with so much force as to break Addisofes
right thigh bong entirely off about half
way between his knee and hip joint. Eke
jumped out of the swing and was first
aware that his .leg was broken when on
striking 'the ground the leg _flew up into
his face. A lounge was brought from the
residence of H. H. Dent, near by, on
which he-was carried to Glv_ssmire's Ho
tel, where the bone. was set by Drs. Jeorg
and Ellison, and the boy is doing as well
as can be expected under the circumstan
ces. The boy says he is parentless, and
has not a friend living in the world. Our
philanthropic citizens will not-permit him
to want for necessary comforts while he
is. here. This was his second trip as driv
er of the stage. We trus the accident
I will cheek, in same measure at least, Ahe
foolish and somewhat malicious misChief
making propensity of those who are to a
great extent blameable for its commission.
HEAR YE! REAR YE!
, Y DOORS arc always. open and ready . to
AIL receive custom. Ilavimr opened a Black
smith Shop in Coleslaurg, formerly occupied
by William Raymond, I am prepared to do all
kinds of custom work in-good styles and with
equal finish to any shop in the county. The
Shop having been vacant for about a year, I
will take a little pains to describe mysplf.
Look fur a tall, ragged man, hat set jostling
on one side of his head, and a huge chew of
tobacco ou the other side of his face to balance
it. Call and see Hub. HUB DAYINES.
Colesburg, July 19, 181:9,
..;•JOTICE is hereby given that the Auditor
.1.21 appointed by the Court to make distri
bution of the proceeds of the sale of real es
tate in the case of Jacob Re . ed vs. N. L. Dike,
of June Term, 1857, No. 216, will attend to
the duties of his appointment at the Office of
the Prothonotary in Coudersport, on Monday,
the 15th day of August next, at one o'clock,
P. M. Those interested will attend. if they
think proper. IL J. OLMSTED Proth'y.
Coudersport, July 20, 1350.-IS.
- kTOTICE is hercby given that the Auditor
_L' appointed hr the Court to make distribu
tion of the proceeds of the sale of real estate
in the case of Warren Carter vs. W. T. Jones,
No. 174, June Term, 1850, and in the case of
Paul ,S; Taylor vs W. T.. Jones 4: A. F. Jones,
of Sept. Term 185 C, No. 144, Avill attend to'
the duties of his appointment at the Office of
the Protioncitary in Coudersport, on Saturday,
the 13th day of August next at one o'clock,
I'. M. All persons interested in the said dis
tribution, will attend promptly at said time
and place, fully prepared if possible to present
and substantiate their claims withoutunneces
sary adjournment or delay.
11. J. OLMSTED, Proth'y.
Coudersport, July 20 . , 1851.-4 S.
RII. BUTTERWORTH having located
. himself in this Borough, in the store of
J. B. SMITH, on the corner of Second and Main
streets, has opened a J,EWELRY ESTABLISH
MENT, for the purpose of . •
Having. some years' experience in the busi
lle::3, I feel confident in giving the public GEN
ERAL SATISFACTION. The patronage of
' the public is solicited.' Please give m(l. , tc call.
All work warranted or no pay.
. A general assortment of Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry on hand and for sale. •
• Coudersport, June 30, 1330.-43.
12,, EN OVAL
OLIVSTED bas removed one
g door North, into the store formerly oc
cupied by Sehoomaher Ja.cicmn.
. Thankfil for past favors, I would solicit a
continuance of the very liberal patronage here
tofore bestcwed, which I shall endeayor to
merit by fair dealing and selling good articles
At Reasonable Prices.
My stock, consisting, of thu usual variety of
DRY GOODS, . .
BOOOTS & SHOES,
- HATS & CAPS ?
is now \V large, and my intention is to sell
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE!
GREAT REDUCTION on Lawns, Challe de
Laints, Mantillas, Parasols, Mitts and other
Summer Goods. Prices reduced to- CLOSE
ISAIAH BLOOD'S well-known
Scythes, of German-steel, Cast-steel and Sil
vcr,steel ; also, Scathe, Forks, Rakes, and
man} other Farming Utensils, at the lowest
prices, constantly on hand.
BOOTS & SHOES—the largest stock
in the county. Especial care taken in select
ing to get those which are good and durable.
THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
is well stocked, and prices will be made,statis
SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, a full s
sortment ef Groceries, Brooms, Pails
James Pyle's Dietetic Saleratus
Call and See
the Goods in my NEW QUARTERS. For
Ready Pay,.!lnd on Credit to prompt
paying customers, I shall sell at low figures.
D. E. OLMSTED. -
Coudersport, July 6, 1659.-46.
_ IL "NaILASTER for sale by
P. A. STEBBINS
, F 1:
I. 1 01 3 n "
COUDERBPOR . •
BIG W. DIANN, P.M . P0.1£201:.
OOKS, APS.. LOBE S
B G •
DAY-BOOKS— • •
P ASS-BOOKS, •
• LEIIVEr , .-DOOK - S Se
Greek, Latin, French and German Text-
All School Books used in. the COnnty
kept on hand, immediately procured
when desired. - • • -
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when
A good assortment of Paper,. Envelopes;
Pens and Inks: Also,:of Wall-Papers, Draw
ing Materials, Water Colors, &c.
BIBLES, T E STA ME NTS,
PRAYER lc HYMN BOOKS, of various Ligds.
tousic-BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC%
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess
I Men, &c., &c. [ll-34]
D. L. & rd 6 IL PEELS
* • - HAVE
- d'bb (L . kiritil nlibb
A: COMPLETE A ssag T.M.P.LV I OF
SU - 01.511 7 1R.
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
CUTLERY, GROCERIES, ,
C:rockei7y .,. .&
Also, o. good stock of MISCELLANEOUS-arid
All of which they will sell AS LOW _IS CAN
BE - BOUGHT ELSEWHERE TN
'H E COUNTY.
PRODUCE OF - ALL KINDS
IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS,,
For which the HIGHEST PRICE will be paid.
They can be found at all times, (Saturday
and Sunday ezcepted,) at the Store formerly
occupied by D. BAKER,
ready to wait upon Customers.
N. 13 , --We have come to the conclusion ths.
• "READY PAY"
is better for all parties : and we shall, there
fore do business on this system.
D. L. & M. 11. DANIELS
Ulysses, June 20, 1853.--16t52,'.
TWRE LEAF LARD, in firkins and tubs;
r can be had at the. Old Regulator. AlsO,
Sugar Cured .11.ant'S, aplenty of' - kleads, Shanks
20 • CLARK & PITILLIPS. .
HtII\I * PIIREYS'
SPECIFIC • •
No. 56'2 BROADWAY.
No. 5G3 'BROADWAY.
No. 5132 BROADWAY.
No. 5G2 BROADWAY.
No. 502 BROADWAY.
THE GREAT FEATURE
THE GREAT FEATURE.
TEE GREAT FEATURE
THE GREAT FEATURE
TED GREAT FEATURE
Of this series of Domestic Remedies is that
each particular medicine is a SPECIFIC fur the
particular disease or class of diseases whose
narn6 - it bears, and may be relied upon for the
cure of that particular affection. Ilenee,
sons suffering from a chronic disease. or long
standing ailment, in buying a case of Ilummi-
REVS' SPECIFICS, obtain the particular one de
sired in their ease, and thus themselves make
a cure which ctheiwise would cost them many
dollars, and no small amount of tlme.ard medi
cal attendance, if, indeed it could be obtained
Thus multitudes suffer from DTSPEPSIA, BM,
lOUs CONDITION, CO3TIVENESS, BAD TASTE, COAT
ED TONGUE - end DEBILITY, which is perfectly
controlled and cured by the
DYSPEPSIA' SPECIFIC. •
There is scarcely a. phase or form of this
disease which is not promptly - controlled and
ultimately cured by the -use of this Specific.
Thousands who have suffered for years. with
this "Bilious Condition" having purchased a
case of these Specifics, have obtained a perfect
cure and immunity from their old complaint,
COUGHS, COLDS AND SORE THROATS.
which so frequently lead to . - -
BIZONCHITIS AND- - CONSUMPTION;
are. all in their early stage secured by the
Many cases of long standing Bronchitis and
irritating Coughs have been perfectly cured
by this .specilic But more 1 many; persons
have a specific liability to Colds and take them
from the least exposure. This will be entire
ly relieved by the use of the COUGH
as scores can'testify from eXpetience.' So
is one of our most common and most trouble-
FOITIU diseases, against which the Old School
Medicines and even liontecopathic prescrip
tious; are of very little use: Yet hundreds of
persons have'beect cured* of not only recent
and fresh,-but even long standing and obstin
ate cases of CAT-112.1M by the use of this
One aged lady in Syracuse was thus per
fectly cured of a Catarrh, which had etnnoyed
.iaq all her life. A young lady at one of Our
• - -
first Class boarding schools, whol - as so:afflict
ed with this disease as to require more than
forty haidkerchiefs'a week, was entirely cured
in a single week by - this Specific.
bleeding and blind, is one of those
and obstinate-forms of disease
-difficult to cure"on the ordinary methods, but
which find an -entire - and. ftindamental _cure
in the Piles Specific: True, time is required;
but the Specific is pleasant to take, requires
neither _diet ner restraint, and being followed
up-a perfect cure is the: result. litti4eds of
persons, in purchasing a case of Specifics,
hale obtained a - cure for this most trying and
obstinate form of disease, which has been
worth to them ten tittles tile east of the entire
set. Cases of "over twenty years' standing,
have been cured with this - simple Specific, and
we believe all May- be cured by perseverance.
The case contzins the best
FEVER AND AClahi SPECIFIC
known. A remedy without any deleterious
or poisonous substances; whielt not only cures
the ague, and old, mismanaged agues, but
may be relied Upon as a preventative wnen
persons arc residing in a fever and ague dis
trict. It prevents or protects upon the same
principle that vaccination preventssmallliox
or belladonna prevents scarlet fever, by pre
occupying tne system. with Arne Specific.
Hundreds have been thus protected and cured.
The - Ophthalmy Specife
has proved a mo:i-t, invaluable remedy fur SOTO:
EYES- and EYELIDS, and for WEAK and
BLURRED.SIG LIT. One lady in Indiana, who
had been a sufferer from, sore eyes _for Many
years, and for two years was entirely blind,
was cured perfectly by the Opbthalmy'Speclfic
E A. CITES,
to which so many are subject; finds a:curative
in the case. There is a specific:which relieveS
at the time of the attack., and also one which
corrects the condition of the system upon
which it depends, and so .destroys the.predis
position to return. •
The Specific for the various forms of
FM lELE. COMP
have-proved invaluable. Old long standing
LEUCORRIREA or . 'WHITES, are attended
with debliity or- exhaustion, •and for which
other forms of medicine are of little value, are'
fully controlled and cured by the FEMALE
PILLS, while the specific for irregularities
control almost every form of -scanty ; painful
- DIARRHEAS AND SUMMER COMPLAINTS .
in adults , or children are controlled likemag
lc by. the DiarrlwAz. Pills, while it may be
averred without the possibility of successfill
contradiction, that the Dysentery Pills are the
most perfect Specific for that disease known.
For the various forms of
FEVERS, SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES,
and other diseases of children, the Ryer Pills
okay be safely and surely relied upon.
These. Specifics . are the prescriptions of Prof.
IIDIPAIZEYS, used for years in his estensiv.e
practice, and to the perfection of which . he has
cevoted the resources of extensive knowledge,
experience and study.
The public may rest assured that during
the life-time: of Dr. IL no one has been or
shall be intrusted with the preparation-'of his
Specifics, and he offer.: , the guaranty of his
-professional life and reputation that they shall
be just as he represents them.
They= have now been before the public for
five years, and have everywhere won golden
opinions from the many - thousands' who hare
used them. .
Simple, free from intricacy, technicality, or
danger, they have become the ready recourse
and aid of the parent, traveler, nurse, or in
valid, and have become the family physician
and medicabadviser of thousands of thmilies.
Nowhere have they been tried without having
been approv&l, and their highest appreCiation
is among those who have known them longest,
and most intimately.
L'iu•rylnily will find thez -, .e Specifies all
they have been recommended prompt, rclia-.
eimple and rilLicnt; often a !rim/in neat
and. aim; in.2,:cd.
No. 1. FEVER PILLS—For Fever, Congestion
and In Ilaination of all kinds.
No. 2. worn' PILLS-For Worm-Fever,
Worrn-Colic, and Wetting the Bed.
No. S. BABY'S PILLS—For Colic, Crying.
Teething and Wakefulness, and. Nervous-
ness of Adults. •
No. •t. DIARRIREA PILLS--For Dian-lmea,
• Cholera Infantum and Summer Complaint.
No. 5. DYSENTERY PILLS—For Colic, Grip
ing, Dysentery or Bloody Flux.
No. G. CHOLERA Cholera, Chol
No. 7. COUGH PILLS—For Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Influenza and Sore Throat.
No. 8. TOOTHACHE PILLS—For TOothathe,
Faceache, and Neuralgia. -
No. 9. HEADACHE PILLS—For Ilea ]ache,
Vertigo heat and Fullness of the :lend.
No. B. DYSPEPSIA PILLS—For Weak and
Deranged Stinnachs, Conaipation and
No. 11. FOR- FEMALE M.IIEGULATITtIES
Sctinty, Palau' or suppre:i.sed period 3
No. 13. FEMALE PILLS—For Lencorrhtea,
Profuse Menses and Beztring,Down.
No. 13. CP.OLT PILLS—For Croup, Hoarse
Cough. Bad Breathing:- •
No. 14. SA - LT 1111E17.11- PILLS-For Erysipe
las, Eruptions, Pimples on the
..No. 15. RIJEL:3IATICPILLS:--For,Pain, Lame
, ness or Soreness in 1. Use-Chest, Back, Loins,
A.—For Fever and Agee, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, old mismanaged Agnes..
P.—For Piles, Blind and Blending, , latcuMal
o.—For Sore, Weak or Intiarried Eyes and
Eyelids, Failing, Weak or Blurred Sight.
C.—For Catarrh, of long standing ci• recent,
either with obstruction or profuse dis Charge.
o.—For, Whooping Cough, abLing ' its
violence and shortening its course. •
Full set, 20 large ti; is in Morocco Case
Full set, 20-large vials, in Plain Case and
Book 4 00
Case of 15 numbered boxes and Book• 200
Case of any G numbered boxes and Book 100
Single numbered boxes, with - directions. 2.5
Single )eth.red. - boxes, with directions -50
Large plantation, or physician's r case 1
. and 2 oz. vials
OUR • REMEDIES BY 31 . 4 11 L
OUR REMEDIES BY SAIL
OUR REMEDIES BY M... 111;
OUR RTWE•DIES BY MAIT.,
OUR LIE 7)J ES Rl' NAIL
Look over-the list ; make up a case of what
kind you choose; and enclose the amount in
current note or stamps,
,by mail, to our,ad
dresS, at No. 51;2 Broadway, New- York, and
the medicine will be•duly.returned by mail : or
express, free of charge. _Address
:DR. F. HUMPHREY'S & CO.,
• " No. 5d2 BroadwaY, New York:
Sold in. Co lf ;kr.ep f q , NI D. W. SPENCER (Irv/
all ts. [1!; -4mo.]
, •AR RE . .
, .• •
• ' t s i, go .8 ‘ (.. 6' k -to LI - .
• • 1 •
-sTort i E,-.: -- 1-
Mai?, Street,- (neatly .oiipoiite BitlthCiu
4:lBros.' Grocer/A)-TY,ellsville,'4lle- .
.• 1 . . ghany Co. - , .. y.-- y.- - -.: '- .
• ......,......._ .
Tlt: Proprietor of the al ore,cstablishMent;
would respectfully inf nu the inhabit-1
• - • ants
of Condersport, and Potter county generally,,
that he is row prepared to, supply them With
BOOS, SHOES, GAITrR,S, LEA2IIER
FINDILVGS, t iv. ' _of Oery escription, at pri
ces which cannot fail to .nit. We .hare, on
hand' s ( and are constantly r i celTing from Neu York, the finest-assoldinenti of goods that can
be found in this portion of the country,. and
will sell the same tit prices:which' will „ i ,
DE.1. 1 77. COMPETITION. '.
• I .
' UPPER LEATHER .i. icir SKLVS;
1 1 FREAV/I CALF SIC•INS, (9 6 i urine),
PEG-S,•NAILS, AWLS,' anti FINDINGS, ofler
ery,4lerijaion, iii quantities to suit parclia
sets, \t, - • :
. • ENIARKULY LOVVPRICES, FOR CASH.:I
Al goods sold at our esiablishment are of
the Rest Quality, and' will be WARRANTED.
• TOntri Cash Only. Give us a triial.
GEORGE T. •WARIMT.
Well•ville, May Is, '
• °niers' sent by mull, or left at
Jocna :r OFFIC11; COLlderS'ltlrt, ;will be proiupt
ly :Ina carefully attended to. : -
RUMMER C-OODS, •
JUST RECEIVED BY
11: 71 ,FDr, Po n
6 .(13 ef , j Uliffin2thrno
° idiOW PriCeS
Caqi and Slaort-gamic Onyers.
Tr AM NOW RECEIVING my - sukmErt
IL Stock, which embraces almost everything
usually kept by the Country Merchant—
1 BOOTS & SHOES,
1 READY-MADE CLOTHING,
cl ATS-& CAPS,
all of which I propose to sell at low figures,
for citsh or approved credit.
Catl and see our; GOODS and. PRI
CES'', Being thankful for past favors, I
hopc; to be able now to offer more favora.-
ble inducements. P. A. STEBBINS.
Cdudersport, Map 25,1559.-40.
Ng W STOCIsi
R, ; 11-1 :', 1 I' l l /i; V b CI-D 3 ' .J. 3 •,-' . ••' ••r :(-L
1 knrSl." RECEIVED BY
C. 11. SIMMONS,
! • - ;ND
FliVo it A t E 1E 1 EB. 11. ifi
i , - TO
l 'as7l, and Sho a t -Tinz,e
. Buyers. - -
r, 1 ,- ( 5i,.. --, i; -- ,i;---4---..-----t s • Stock,
i , ::\ : tEC,..,11,1.NG- T . n Summer
_R. iyhich cinbraces .:•••erytlnng usually Itcpt
by a Co \ untry l'klerchat t—
_-• • -
BOOTS 4- SHOES,,
HEADY -MADE CLOTHING, I
A'P S c ;• i 0 AP
C 0 C It 17
all of which will be sold at
cash or appro-zed credit. 1
' I GOOD TE.A S F0R. , i51
rinc Congma (thl
rte. to 51,00,
; t MENS STOGABOOTJ
I FINE DE LAIN S, •!. 20, i
GOOD LAWNS, 121
and sM other goods ! fit proportion, for Ready
Pay of most kinds. , - : , • 1 .
- ,-••71- Cash paid Tor ',GOOD LUMBER.
I ! , [C. IL SIMIONS.
Oswayo, June 15, 1859.;-43-I,y.
B.i S. COLWELL
.• ITlour Meal, r
FISIt :PORK &0.,
Cheaper than •
ANY:OTHER MEIWIIANT, OA),i SELL FOR
,cat all 1
and will take in
payro Kinds of
l ti ill also: P'ay Cash for I,UAIBEIi.
Also, will pay tile- highest going prices in
F RSPORTi June 72, 1859.-14-Grno
TWENTY PER CENT 'on FARMING TOOLS,
by go ng ATI!. A. STET,,' :3'1%15" and bus--
lag, as he has the exclusive sale of the
and the only place where you Will find them
in thecounty. • • • -
(IR AIN -.CRADLES, SCYTHE - SNATIIS,
HAY ' FORKS, RAKES, Shovels, Spades; Corn-
Knives, Sickles and Jefrord's Silver-Steel 'and
Cast•.steel Axe4.'and every thing . Lu the Hard
ware Rile. ! • - .
We Wear oar - Old clothes and board ousel:Tel,
so as lo give our customers nearly all :the
profit 4 Pleaselgh:e us a-call, one and all, at
the old stand; and we-will try and do - What
we adfertise.- , • P. A. STEBBINS,.
• Con derszp•or, June 2D, 1:339. 7 1m0.- !I -
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Pays for a fulleonrse in ho Ii•on City Colleges
1 r •
the largest; most 'extensively patronized and
best organizeil Cornraereial School in the Uni..
led States. ` ; • [ '
357 Students attending
daily, Mara.; 1859.
Usual time to complete a fall courie, from ,
Gtd 10 ive'ek. Every Student, .upon-gradtia•
ting, is gintranteed to be comotent to manage
the Books of any Business ; 4m.1 qualified to
earn a salary of from
Students enter at ,any time'--No Vapation—.
Review at pleasure
51 Premiums for best Penmanship awarded in
rc...Ministers' sons received Jithalf price.
For Circular and Specimens of Writing, in-
close taco letter stamps, and address
• -. F. W. JENKINS, pittsbtargh, Pa.
ee y tisi, re s s i r f
ec W ei ts y vi n ll n e,
Slllll C i o n
-flounces to the people of ioiter and the ad
joining Counties in Penn'a, that he is perma!
nently estathliSked in Wellslidle, and is -pro
.to perform the various opeiatkits
Dentistry. Especial attention is solicited to
his style of inserting
superior to any Miler style . known, called
"Allen's Continuous Gum." All work war
ranted. Letters of inquiry promptly answered.
Nov.- 10, 1858. SHEERAR.
OMETIIING — NEW.—B. - T. BABB'
Is manufactured from ebramon saltd
and is prepared. entirely different
from other Saleratus. 'Ol - the del
eterious Matter - extracted in such a
iinanner ': - ts to produce Bread, Biscuit,
land all kinds of Cake, Ndithciut con
taininga particle - of Saleratus when
the Bread or Cake is baked; there
by Producing wholesome results.—
Every particle of Salerat g }as is tarried
to gas and passes thrmi h the Bread
*or Bicuit - while Baking; Consequent
ly nothing remains butediunion Salt,
Water and Flour. Youlwill readily
perceive - by the taste of this Solara;
tus' that it is entirelplifferent from
other Saleratus: . •
It is Packed in one poutul papers,
each wrapper branded, B. T. Bab
bitt's Best Medicinal Saleratus;
so, picture, twisted loaf of bread,
with €t - glass of efferveseteg water ow
the top. . When you ,Hrchase one
paper you should preserve the wrap
per, and be particular to get the
next exactly like the firs; —brand as
Full directions for making Bread
ivith this Saleratus and Sour Milk'
or Cream Tartar, will laccompany
each- package; also, ctioq for;
making all kinds of Pastry; also,
for making Soda Wateil, and Seid-i
liti Powders. : !!
1 1 1AKE YOUR OWNiISOAP,
B. T; BABBITT'S PURE CONON
-. 'PRATED POTASH,
Warranted double the itrength of
ordinary Potash ; put u in cans—
.l lb., 2 lbs., 3 lbs., 6 lbsynad 12 lbs.
—with full directions for making
Hard and . Soft Soap. ilConsumers
will find this the cheapeAt Potash in
market. - . • •
Manufactcred and fori gale by
. •B. T. BABBITT,
Nos. CS and 70 Washington- street,
. New York, and N 0.33 India-street.
one American* Sinii-ker is an arti
cle of great 'utility and betiefit 'to Smokers.
Persons afiliceted - witll Brchichitis Asthma,
Dyspepsia, Liver cordplaluts Kidney affec
tions, - can procure SrOxoEsll3lsorcerreo -for
these various diseases by Old Dr. THORP. Sold
by theAmERICAN TILIDE§CO.I N05: . 22 and
24 Fraukfort-st. 1
low figurei for
Gaitere, front 15
THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF
ttzt IhottsßQO I
A FEW WORDS ON
RATIOI4, AL TREAT- .
MENT, ,t o W'th • t Medicine,
of Serniatorrhea, or LoC4 IVFe '
nal Emissions, Genital ;and Is +Tous Debility,.
Premature Decay of the syStetri, Impotency,
and linpediments to. Mrriaffei generally,
• • 7
BY B. DE L INEY, M. D.
The important fact t tat the many alarming
Complaints ; originating in the !mprudence and
S'olitadd• of youth, rimy 1)& T removed
- irrrnopr 3lcMcmc, is,in this small tractelear
lv demonstrated ; and Ithe eltirely . new-andi
highly successful treatment,a adopted by the.
Author, fully explained, .by Itneans of which.
every one is Enabled to cure ntstsztv.perfectly
and.at the least possible cost,l thereby_avoid.
ing all the advertised nostrunis of the . day.--
. Sent to any address, gratiS 'and_ post &cola.
a sealed envelope,. by remitting (post paid)
two postage stamps to D. ELIDE LANEY 88
East,•3lst Street, New Tork City.. " -
. . nsnle . tser •
r. 161 17LcerouTr.
he has established a
in the Basement of - J. I
supply the paid
Mutton every Tuesdayl
and Fryh Venison "wile
prices, print) ptness
to deserve and receive
Coudersport, June 21
.$5OO to $l,OOO.
Gal ! !
could iliforni the citi
wort; end vicinity that
. Smith's Store, whero
1e with Fresh Beef_and
and Friday morning,
ever kacticable. By
nd rellarity Ile hopel
libera Patronage. ,
f, 1,35 V,., 45-Imo.