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A correspandent, , og.the Male , arrn`,-
sr ,tll 4 .s ) ,,i . i.volirkes importance
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kr4 t 0•341 i
11 'What - amilly,rnan:likig - Se (Int
in life to woit for - ,:ritabinol continues
. neon lianc]tde_ all the
days.of It_is.ati.afasylne d
a true one r thatr>cif you think...nothing of
yourself no tuui;elselvill set.%lisy store by
to whatever you7do::::„YOu OnglitToltiow
whetheryour services are of any value.
IndeedkiotifiYuglat; and must,inaße your
plf-useful brsotue one depaTttuen t in,the
.and there., certainly
you sbquld v have comon sense._enough
to think 'higidly- and appreciatingly of
I,CjitSt . tile.' reason
farming.business is so little - honored.—
The men who carryroris other branches of
business-considertheir time and-labor-Of
some-account ;'they se money: in _ every
passing hour ; if squankrecl,,the tooney
•is lost.;:' devoted ) .4 vale is set dimwit
dud aremuneration claimed.
Elow_feWb.a.V. commenced - thi*'spring
to keep aE account with I,beir'f„inS!z—
-one in, ten: , We-bave a way of 4 do
ing withiu_,.94 - selves' so that
wherf thine tbey cost pothing. Yet it is
folly - te operate 6il Fneh a principle—
worse, it is suicidaVLlEvery man should
limit price for hisliabor—not extrava
gaitt=ilat inelifittithe may be able to
Inow wlathis improvements cost .. him—
what hii : crops stand him in '—as well
as Wbat they sell, for—or he can never
-know within many dollars how he stands
with the world,. The merchant "keeps an
tteccutt&With - etely bratich of his trade,
and be:is able to - tell at-any hour When
-when he-choUsesrto strike his batanca,
what his - ptotits - and losses are, and= — to
what particular branch he owes. his sue.
.cess or Failure. Bat were the fartner_to
go into this - Ai:paring of accou-nts—niUlt
in a . debtor and - creditor of_ each of his
affairs lie would be astonished to see
how much 'time,' consumed in matters
which never bring any returns, to the
neglect-of . Important items, if attended
to, would .afford biiza living and perennial
sources of wealth._ No man can succeed
on such' a - principle. Honor, -we pray
you; your own labor, and demean yourself
with tbc.dignity of a man._ ,
DEpENCE OP VEILS.—An
each - nave-Taper- foUnd fault - the
-practice of wcaligg veils—averred that it
was 'llaischivAusly,iprcvalent " this year,
auct-objectedjo it because " they are so
terrioly annoying aud:kantalizing to .sen
•sitiveyoticuien.'' -To this a lady wri- :
ter midi - truth, as follows:'
.'t This -is- one -of the : -very, best reasons
that -could-be-given:l'o Wearing - theme=
Veils savewomenifreu a vast amount' of
annoSinri requires no
swan degreed - resblutia for a sensitive
young gill tokpass the corner of a street
Where a knorof these susceptible young
uien are datregate4, knowing that . all
the curiclif7eyes willbe turned upon her,
and that her eyes, hair, walk, dress, size
of shoes and gloves, will be marks of their
'close and impudent- observation. Veils
have al @peeial sanitary use during the
sp; lig months; in, tE protection afforded
frent .the , disi'greeitlie influence of the
sunaindwind but .if coinfl-rt - did not
call-for them' we should advocate il.eir
use until yonng men acquired the first
rules-,of politepess and good manners in
theii,itrect deportment" tf, f '
A ilVt earnestly hope that Lincoln wont
h - e - elected; and he-certainly won't if the
Dewoeracy have good sense enough and
,patriOtism enough to stand le .November
by the only national ticket before the
eountry.7- But if, through Democratic
madness; - Mr; Lincoln shall be elected,
the Union:must still.be—preserved . ,,....lf
some Southern communities 'sliall refuse
to -let;postmasters • hold office among
ithem,:thelr..post-offices can certainly be
dispel:4(l-21Kit% Ihey Alone being the suf
feierl.;.:" XlieyJnay be assured that the
rest: Of the.eountry will care very little
about that.- United States mails will
•piss: , -right through-the;midst of them
,to, 'points where' -shall -be
stinted and po: t oasters tolerated. If,
however, they want light bad enough to
• undertake to prevent the.transmission 'of
the mails along the-public highways, they
will bait, no difficulty in getting just as
much of it'As_will lie easily upon their
Tar death of Mr. Gales (says The Al-
Zany Jomal) revives a reminiscence of
the only_ acne:his Paper (The National
littelligenser) ever suspended publication.
It was-alivarm ands able advocate of the
.11adisesuii'ae,poliey,f seconding the efforts
-of Clay .
'andhis compeers, and so power-
Vtg. i4Efuerioe, that when Gen.
Ross, in Commauctef the British troops,
entered the tapital after the: Unfortunate
affair_:ntilladeiiiibirg, his first inquity
Igas'horrOilhe - ,'Canitol, the Presiden*
bode, ori,lie7dePartinents, but for The
Nationai litill2.*74er office, and it was
the first e.stabliihmon ‘ tdemplished, opus
-54%a short cessation toregtiiiir', , pubf
, lication '" TYit ekobialon i — '2Yte: - .4-
,dii/gg e r!cer*4 ,1 04:1 3 ... 1 4. 151 i4:444.T*1# 1 Y
for sixty years. • •
ze Tfs — nik Min& •1,
,147. 1121101.. as
1?ee. 11-0 :xnPliAidr - , 0 ! theklea l oaie" erg:mita
is noir in his ttari - ear, :attached
-to the MeMilliirlaidga -,, N0. No.::
• He is probably the,oldest Wen Mason in
tbe 'United Slatesi /ire satin the-lodge
preshistl 'meet by George Washington
loom thin 40 years.
TRANI:LER. " between New
-I,6Fg City and Nbui-13rieautil WifesAhat
ataolc breakfagt at Roehe.sieil
dttider at Erie, Pdtrand,* . ipor rttp Clem.
fdrid,LOhio, then briakfast the not morn
ing kit; ~litttts ' r t - Olney,'
lil4 And breakfast the next mornitiwat
wain: 4 l Kf.;beitig t otityrapalr meaLin
eiehtePilitiels. - rieStatestlaitz-he iswept
street Ift SlitgfniPotio-daprandarrived
Cleveland at 5:20 p. ui. on the next;
pt iiettg whole distance traveled %641
miles iD,i4-lionis und . '2o Unnue&j.tand
passing through the States of New-York,
BLACKSMITH, Fourtb:Meet,•lbetween, , llala
)114. West Streets, Coudersport, Pa,,,le
_ pared tti . do all kinds of work in lns - line,
on ; Abe most reasonable terms. Produce
c tliken ia payment. 12:39
(Trial List, S e pt: Terin 1560..
A. , F. Jones,/ F. rd.naglove.
-- So Dq
Jones,use..af,Platt ." -
Jones & Straight. 3
Byam, 41.1 ee; :
'" 31111;f. ' """
Stpvens, Racket, et al
Brenerman, " Barclay,
- " ;Foster,
Metzgar, et. el.} " Jones.
Ad'e of Strong,
Pearbei. - Ln4dington...
Cavanaugh 14 W. T. 4:
Caranaugh,,,,:, s) •` W. T_ Jones.
Ices, et. al.' '•
Ices, et. al. Hatt: 2
Jones, 44 C. H. Ives, et. al.
Owen, .c Maynard.
Parker, At Baker. -
Stevens, for use, " Monroe.
G'rd'n " Russell. • 1••••
Pike-Township, " •" KilbOurn. .
Pike Toivnshiti,; •.: Johnston. . •:'
Schoomalier,- Bartron, et. all.
Wood, " Ellis. • - •
Gridley, toed 'Dwight; :" •
'Phillips, " Lord Dwight.
Jones .I:'',Brei.; orn:
Sauberg, " • Canfield & Lord.
Austin b. Whitaker," Reynolds, et.'al.
'Pune & Co., IV. T. S A. F. Jones
Payne St Co.; •W. T. k A. F. Jones
HalloCk,use Kn0i7.41V..: McKinney..
Mattison, " Gale. ,• ~ •
- ,11. J. OLMSTED, Prothonotary.
Coudersport, July 16, 1860.
May, ;- 1860‘
D. E. OLMSTED & CO
(D. E.: OL3ISTED, S. COLWELL &A. C. TAGGART,
• AN NOW
A LARGE STOCK OF
adapted to the wants of this county, all of
which will•be sold at, the
o,ii FOR 44DIT TAY,
.11ICE t.... _.,, - • ,- :r :
oe.on_TW A to prorript paying customers..
examination of Goods and comiiarison of the
quality and price with that of any Other es
tablishiTt in the County, is solicited,
In addition to the usual stock of "
, Boots .& Shoes,
• :, _
foiihelly kept at the store of D. E: OL'ILStED,
• '7.tatol is offered a full.stoek ot„
i.-10iii . 4 ,1,0116;
. '; ..:-,!., ! il.i r ',o:l :::L. ~,- 1 • j..i 5. ::.'', ..,..'.
.I SL ()Hs,
and in fact
: nearly ei6ry . thin,t, wapted- •
by the people of the County.:
Unisl bCtter. arrangements, can - be miide;the
FrOviiiods, Feed, jroO, Nan, Fisti; and other
- heal-Yak' lie - kept , at, the -store foo;
merly occupied by B. S. COLWELL.
twAiirVAMS, 4: PALL,
it IYYTTI'It - TTUS: E
b 8.411 R-1
5ze.7.4.7 y,Tw $ Or. TILE
4A't "4 - NSE 'EMBASSY I
* 2 , 6 '9 14
air .... . .
4 6c- at t4 * G : 00- D S
Violiltx.:ec'':<',rl AT - •
15:11`11-3 . 1111L.T .
JUblirrecelving an extensile stock . of
owing ccurttp Fickle". aria- one desirons-of
giittiftwa.tater article of
01,2 , 32.43. ,
" * O . -
ata •l ss profit than at any 'other store in town',
**lll l 6''hell to ht '.- SPENCER'S.
otherlarticle the iuo of PROVIS-
lONS constantly on hand.--, Dednc4ons ma4o
Cr those that-buy -at
.or Lin desoriptions, AlscP . ' -
DRUGS, • : ' •
- • z, - . - -.: - .: IIEDIGINES,
o :PC! I I
, • :..:::
Patent 'Medicines ,of most all hinds. Those
wishing l)r. DolLid'Seiliiedy's Medical Dis
'6l-'64:will find ii'at-. SPENCER'S.
LIFE . PILLS-AND rgewrz BITTERS.
JHESENEDICINE4 !Ave now been before
: thepublic for a period of THIRTY YrArts,
and during that time have maintained a high
chgacter in alniost erernmrt of.the Globe,
for their es.traordino.ry and immediate -power
of restoring perfect health to persons suffering
under nearly every kind of disease to which
the haman frame is liable. 7 , 1 -
Thefollowing are; among" the distressing
vaiiety of hinnan - diseagg in which the
Vegetable Life Illedpulues
Are well known . l9 be iufallible. '
DYSPEPSIA, vy • thoriiukhly cleansing the
first and'see - Ond stomaclii: End creating a flow
of pure:healthy, bile, instOad 'of the stale and.
acrid kind,; FLATU.L . E.Nc,Y; Loss of Appetite,
Heartburn, ,Headaclie, 'Restlessness, 111-Tem
per, Artiety; Languor,tind Melancholy, which
are the general symptotris of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a natural corriequence of its cure.
COSTIVENESS,: by cleansing the whole
length of the intestines with, a solvent proces.s,
and without violence ; all violent purges leave
the bowels iostiVe‘withid tfro days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood
to . a regular circulation',through the process
of perspiration ia 'Such cases, and the thor
otigh solution of all. Intestinal obstruction in
The Life Medicines have been known to
cure „RHEUMATISM permanently in three
Reeks, and GOAT` in half that time, by re
moving local inflammation. from the muscles
and ligaments o f the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and
strengthening the kidneys and bladder; they
operate most delightfully on these important
organs, and hence have ever been found a ctn.-
tain remedy for the worst cases of .GRAVEL.
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turn
ings of the bowels the slimy matter to which,
these creatures adhere.
SCURVEY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES, - by the perfect purity - which these
LIFE MEDICINES'give to the blood, and all
the humors. ,
SCORBUTIC ERUPTION - 4 and BAD COM
PLEXIONS, by their alteratiye died upon the
fluids that feed the skin, and the morbid state
of which' occasions :all eruptive complaints;
sallow . ; cloudy, and other disagreeable nom
• The use of these Pills for a very short tirrie,
will effect an entire cure of SALT EIIEU.M,
and a strikin g imiirovenient in the clearness
of the skin. COMMON COLDS and INFLU
ENZA- will always be cured by one dose, or
by two in the worst cases.
• PILES.—The original proliiietor of these
Medicines. was cured
,of , Piles of 35 years
standing, by the use of the'LIFT MEDICINES
alone. . ' ;
FEVER AND AGUE.—For this scourge of
the Western country, thise-Medieines will be
iound:a safe, speedy and certain remedy.—
Other medicines leaye the system subject to
, a return of the disease—a cure by these .fed.
icines is permanent—TßY 711E14 BE AiTISPIED,
.AND BE CUBED.
' BILIOUS FEVERS 4XD LIVER COM
PLAINTS:•--General Debility, Loss of Appe
tite, and Diseases of Fetnales—the Medicines
,u.sed. with the most. beneficirl re
sults in casts, of this desdription
Evil, and Sdorfuld, in , its worst forms, yields
to theinild yet i powerful action of these re-.
markable,Meditiffes.' Night Sweatg, NeivOus
•Debility, Nervous Complaints of all kinds,
Palpitation of the Ikon, Painters' Colic, are
speedily cured. =
MERCURIAL DISEASES.—Persons whose
einistitutions have bmiorue impaired by the
injudicious . use of MEnceq, will _ find these
Medicines perfect eure, as they ,never fail to
eradicate from the system, all the effects of
Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most pow
erful preparations of Sarsaparilla..
Prepared and sold by IV. B. MOFFAT,
• ~ an BROADWAY, NEW-YORE.
:For sale , by all:Druggists,
.. - st-:,;:ve, t-:. , ..--. 4 ,L, 2..
ppm SUBSCRIBER has a Farm, containing
1. 212 acres,
.Which he wishes to sell.' - sit..
lasted in' he town of Sweden, - aboutfive raileSl
from the comity seat of Potter Co.; about 751
acres'under a good state of improvement,. on
wh ieh.. Is - growing, a young - Orchard Of sari otii
kinds of Fruit; a good Barn and Shed; a
comfortahle 'House, with water convenient;
a good Road 'through it, and in an enterpris
-I.ing.neighberhood. Soil, Red-Shale; Timber (
Beech - . and Maple; land - neiirly°4 Avet; Title
'unquestionable. , Any person desiring a good
l and cheap property, well adapted for. n Jarge.
Stock Ancl,lphepp Farm,
cannot-AO hettei,• ,The - suhscriber desires to
,because be - is . engaged in other.
"' Traul;.-4 - Parttan lie: paid down, and thif
balite& Co 4ny communication to the
undersigned will , be promptly answered.
'Othideipport, Potter Co., P.*
May 3, 1860.-3.11.1.
FARM FOR;. SALE.
--"1 LIU -
Mit 4.‘ 1,
idgairt,; ; an'l , t*
iurP OI 4 4 DVA
i -, ARR'
' .fit-' . ~ -, ), ; : .
c ! STORgo ..I. '• gi Ls? '
Main Street, (nearly etipoiee 4A . , - i diciti.
& Bros.' Grocer.fr,} IYellivlll4.4llei"'
ghany c. 70.; .N. ~ Y:. 4 , ;
,} ,.........42...z •-:—,1,,z..
BOOTS AND SHOES .., ICHEAPEFLIITAN EVER! ,
grifwierms +cash. Only:
4 : 14 ' "7"; * • ' - • '
ringE Proprietors ofithe above establishment
- ftytittg jasireturned"from New York With
a ly.rga and splendid stock of
11:0, - 0 S 110, E S'
7 caner -fflintritivr ;kr.—
. , •
ear now Oteritig - ,thesitine at prices mucltiower
than thef-liact-ever-before•tieen otlared, ;
• Owitig to our supeoOr advantages ;; in .
City,we are enabled : o purchase goods at much
lower rates than otberhoises in the itimeline.
Having aa Agent in the market in New York
City, we are enabled - front time to tithe to take
advantage of the - riseand fall - of the market,-
.and thus obtain goods at very low figures:
It is - only necessary to call, to, be4onvinced ;
.of the above facts. . -'• „ . , .
Strict 'aitentiOn paid to orders. ; •
- A call is rtsPe L etftilly solicited: .
GEORGE T. WARREN Jc SOM..
What pverybcdy'Wariti:" 4 "
! THE FAMILVDOCTOR'''
SIMPLE REDIES';' DASILY 013TALN'ED,'
1- "I'.FOR: THE ,cimp OF DISEASE IN
. ALL poß4s. •
, • iy :Ks
PROFESSOR 13MiltY S. TAYLI)R, IL D
TELLS YOU:. How.to.attend.upou the sick,
and how to cook for them;
rv-- 10 prepare brinks,
ottltices, Scb.,; mid how
- •in guard against infection
:from Con tagious
Of the various diseases of
Childreni and gives the
.'Lest and simplest, mode
of tie at'inen t tl Print;
• * Vaccination, Whooping
• notmli 'Measles 1 &c.
IT TELLS YOU -
IT NELT,S YOU
The syniPtorns of Croup,
' Cholera. infanturri; Collo
ed Head, Ringworm,
. Chicken-pox, &o;, an d
gives you 'he best reme
dies for . their cure.
The symptomiof FeVer and
Ague, and Billions, Yel
.Typhus, Scarlet and
Other 'fevers, and gives
you the best and simplest
remedies fur their cure.
The symptoms of-Influenza.
Asthma, Dropsy,• l Gout,
' - '%betrmatisui, , Lumbago,
Erysipelas, Sc., and gives
3;ou -the best remedies for
The- symptoms of Glibtera
Idorbus, Malignant Chol-'
• •,_ 1 era, Small-pox, 'Dysen•'.
: , •, • t ; cry,: Cramp,,Diseases of
tie Bladder, Kidneys, and
Liver, and the best remi
tidies for 'their cure.
IT TELLS YOU The syniptoms of •Pleurisy;
" • •• 'Mumps, Neuralgia,- Apo4,
.plexy.• Paralysis, the va:
„„ • . .
• 7 rious 'Diseases' o f'l.ll - e
• 1 .• •
Throat, Teeth,- Ear, and
- • • •••4 •' - Ey*, 'and "the :best reme
t dies for their cure. •
•IT TELLS XOU The symptoms•of Epilepsy;
_ •:7 ;Jaundice, Piles, Rupture;:
• • Diseases of 'the — Heart,
- • • i" . ilethmorrhi a ve l Venereal
Diseases, and HyrirOph'o
• Ida, and gives the best
IT TELLS YOU
IT TELLS YOU
-remedies-for their cure.
IT TELLS YOU .Tbe best rind simplest treat
roent for Wounds, Broken
• • • ' ` - *Bones• and Dislocations,
*-•; Sprains, Lockjaw; Fever
- • • , Sores, White Swellings,
Ulcers, Whitlows Boils,'
- • Scurry, Burns an Scrof-
IT TELLS YOU' Of ithe'vtirions 'diseases Of'
Wtimen,_ of Child-birth,
and of Ileastruatjon ;1
Whites, Ifarrenneds, Sec.,
Ae., and gives the best
tintl simplest rein - idles for
their care. - .
- The work -is Witten plainlarigunge, free
from medical terms, so as to be easily under
stood, while its
.simple recipps may soon save
you.manr times the cost 'of. the - boolc.. It is
printed Ida clear and•oien type;- is illustra
ted with'appropriAe 'engravings; and. will be
forwarded to your address, neatly bound and
postage paid; ou"receipt of $l.OO.
$lOOO A YEAR madel.);
enterprising men everywhere, in selling the
above wbrk, as our inducements to all such
are very liberal.
- Far shigle noPies , of the l3ook, ar'foitierins
to agentsowith other information, apply, to or
address,, ~ ,J91.1N E.- POTTEII,,. Puhkisher y
No„ 617 SaniontStreet,'
? •7" ni
EF ANT.sig rented a window inhe "Store, : o
.! • Colveell,,ona;do'bi : pa's'e or the Vest.;
iireiFid;to 11EP-R VATCIIES,or
JEWELRY the-:shOriesf notices ank in the
most iforkinan:.lite,tianner.: Jiaging it)new
and sUperior stock pttoolp,. arid a large expe4.
deride in the businesi l ; Luger iriy frigssiimal
this. m u °ping lliat'iny,
protrOptumis and nitetilion Yo iny?eguimatd
calling will secure me'a literal patrbaagit,a
give special attptibrilto.clenninglinkrepair..:
lug CLOCKS and Watches; and nti,pay,will
be required unles!,.thq,tvork ; ia . satisfiietWrity
done. T t erms;Cash'qn - delivery of work.
Coudcrsport i llay a:, 1860. - " •
TOTTER •JOURNAL )
nitiiiii7b EVERY TIMBSDit U01LV0,,85,4
111 111 t7: 1, . Thos. IC-Cita-Se, •K 4
Terms --Invariably i*AdValiceld
11 , 7"-.>" "r 5,145
hc --- &, i 3 a " 5 : , : , ;;- A N D:41'1 , -,...27--. . 4 , , -_.,
AtatEliT: - Xiiit i giinii4 l
' Baring ff`iliiiili
'ibhop - - 1-•
tit- , • r o ; r i p,,nr,ll.z. a i F c, dp i t ntl :kir
.: .4.z..... F •_ . 'oP-P ATI . 4II ft•-• •••' •
, _ .. , „•. .
ch i , 4 - ..
. _ ,
two, miles „?forth, CottdepOrf, ,
nil kinds of
Chairs 45c vv
:60f,": ,i - _:`,. - : , ,
FLA, ' : .‘' ''', ':
and WINDSOR ' t i ',
_ 1 . CIiAIIIS7
~ CANE-SEAT BoKoN . RIIICRERS,
SENVIIG and - TABr,,R oIIAIRS 3
SMALL RO .
"ING CHAIRS; -.
OFFICE and EA.R.- 'DOM CHAIRS: ""-
*BURE4 8, - 1 . , •-',
• - , SEbRET4.RIEB,.
WaS&Siandi, - . 4
_ ' - Lounges,
t rtnr - Common and
41.t0 , . Cottage Bedsteads.
ItePairing,done on the Shortest notice,
ana in the most workmanqe manner.
r.FURNING - _
done`immediately 'and" to order. , All orders
prOmpay attended to. Please give me a call,
and' examine for.yourself. -
' -ALBERT MANTANIA,
March 26, 1860.--28:1y.% Afantifacturer.
IT is .a. fact:that, atsomap vied, every 1171C111-
.ber'of the human family is snbject to diseaie
01 disturbance of the bodily functions; but,
with the aid of a good tonicland the exercise
of good:coramoh _sense, they.play be able so to
regulate the system as to secure permanent
health. In order to accomplish this desired
object, the true course to •pulaue is. certainly
that which will-produce a lnatural state 'of
things at the least hazard of vital strength and
life. For this purpose, Dr. Hostetter has in
troduced to this country a preparation bearing
his name ' which is not a new Medicine, but one
that has been tried for years; giving satisfac
tion to all who have used j it. The Bitters
operate powerfully upon the Stomach, bowels,
and liver, restoring - them to a healthy and
vigorous action, and thus, by the simple pro
cess, of strengthening nature; enables the sys
tern-to triumph over disease:
For the cure of:Dyspepsia, indigestion, Neu
sea, Flatulency, Loss of appetite, or any Bib-
ions Complaints, arising from a morbid. inaction
orthe - Stqulach or. Bowels, Tiodncing Cramps,
Dysentery,-Colic, Cholera lambus, Sc., 'these
Bitters have no equal.
Diarrinca, dysentery or fla, so. generally
contracted by new settlers. rind causer prin
cipally. by the change of water and diet, will
be speedily re - gulated by a brief use df this
preparation. Dyspepsia, a disease which is
probably more prevalent, in all its various
forms, than any other, and the cause of which
may alwayS be attributed tMdemnnaments of
the digestive organs, can be cured without
fail by using BOSTETTER'S',STOMACH BIT
PERS, as per directions . oMthe bottle. For
this disease - everyphysician will recommend
Bitters of some kind •, then why not use an ar
ticle knoWn to be infallible ? All nations have
their Bitters, as It, preventive of disease and
strengthener of the system !in general; and
among them all there is not to be found a more
heaitlly,people than the Gerrnan, from whom
this -preparation emanated, biased upon seten-
AMC, experiments-which hard, tended to prove
the value of this great preparation in the scale
of medical science.
FEVER AER, AcUE.—This trying and provok
ini diSesse, which fixes its relentless grasp on
Inebody of man,reducinghinato a mere shadow
in a short time, and renderin g him physically
and mentally useless, can bdriven from the
body 'by the use HOSTETTER'S' RENO WN
-ED 'BITTERS. Further, none of the above-
stated diseases can be contracted, even in ex
tuoSedsituntions, if the Bitters are used as per
direetioni. ' And as they neither create nausea
'nor offend the palate, and render unnecessary
ruiy change of diet or interruption of ordinary
purtuits, 'but promote sound sleep and healthy
digestion; the complaint is removed UR speed
ily as is consistent• with the production of a
thorough and permanent cure.
For Persons dvanced riars, who are se-
Tering from an enfeebled constitution and in
firm body, these Bitters are' invaluable as a
restorative Of strength and :vigor, and need
only be tried to be appreciated. And to a
mother Vfhile nursing these Bitters are indis
pensable; especially where the mother's pour
ishment is inadequate to the demands of the
child, Consequently her strength must yield,
and-here it is where • a good • tonic, such' as
Hostetter's Stomph'llltters e iis-rreeded to im
part temporary strength andtVigar to the sys
tem. Ladies should by lilt means try this
remedy for all cases of debility; and,•before so
doifig;'should'ask their physician, who, if he
is acquainted with the 'virtun of the Bitters,
will recommend their use in all oases of weak
caution 4he public against
.using any of the many itnita'tions or counter
eits; Ikt . rtaitJorr liosruyt*n'a BELEERATED
STOMA= BITTERS, and see thteach,bottie has
the words "Dr..J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters"
blown on the side of the botile, and stamped
on the metalliccap'cciyering ibe'dorlt, and ob
ieive that our autopraph siAatttre is. on the
lid Prepared and sold- byi HOSTETTER &
ShilTlLPittshurgh, Pa., and sold byall druggists,
groom , and zdealersi generailk throughout the
United States, Oujda, South America, .and
1 11 . 1aX17.1, •
- --B,IIITELLIOEEEi , Coudersport ;::`;:. p
-4.. COREY lc-SON, :Ulysses.
H.- LYMAN - A• CO.; Roulet ..-.. •
POWELL CHAPIN; Ridgeway:
•t - totailittlindTth6 . publjageiterally bas
reiiitalilitlfddeb eiptirklietbiuldiug--- form-,
rt,%-*Bere-;-1ie.twi11.746.-fileateti (to:AO -ali
kilids , of 'Blacksmith i tig mog.realion=
able terms. Lumber, Sbibgles, and all
lifilds . e4f Prodded - - taked iu 'eabinge-C for
work. - • - . 3-3:34.
4.3/ t a.
"CIIELVE67 I, !: - WUXI'
?aye for 'Ninon in Single and Doable
Book-Keeping, Writing, Commercial•"
tie and-Lectures. •
S weeks -0, Stall%
- $7 "Tattion,3s,"entire
- Usual time from 6 to.lo weeks. Evers,
dent, upon gradriating, is guaranteed eel
tent, to manage..the books of any bur'
and qualified to'. cairn - a isaldry of f rom
$50016 $1;000. -
•• - Sttidents enter at any . tiroe-No Vdr
Review at pleasure...,; •
First Prsmiums For.. BesiZtisiness
for . 1859, received - at Filth**, Phil (
and Ohio &ate Fairs:- Also; at the pri m
Fairs of union for the past four yem it.
OE4. - 3finliters . 'Srint received at battle
7citOirenlars, Specimens' and Embely
/lew of the College. inclose-five letter tt.
t o F. Vl;i3ENKLlS,Pittsburgb t ry .
'11:101y* • 'PT — , - • •
A, Benevolent Institation - establiehedby
Entiounnint, foiill4Welief of Mr *Sick
• tressed;afflictecr with Virulent and..
Diseases, .and especially for the Cure,
eases of the Sexual Cron& -
EDICAL ADVICE given gratis. bl
.I.YI Acting. Surgeon, to all -rai gratis,
letter, with a description of their eon'
(age, occupation, habits of, life, & - c.
cases of extreme-poverty, Medicines fin
free of charge. j -.
VALKABLEJtEPORTS on Spennatont
and other Disens,es of the Sexing Organs,
on the. NEW - REMEDIES employed in the,
pensary, sent to the afflicted in sealed Ic
envelopes, free of charge; Two or dr
Stamps for .postage will be acceptable, •
Address, DR. J. SKILLIN 110ligrll't
Actin g ' Surgeon, Iloward Association f lit
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. _ By
der of the Directors.
.EZRA D. lIEARTWELL, President,
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretary:
EllOoKs, MAPS; GLOBES,
MEMORANDgMS, - .
Greek, Latin, French- and German
All School Books used in the
kept on. hand,, or ithinediateiy pr ,
, Zlagazines or any Periodicals supplied chit
desired. - - •
A. good assortment of Paper?, Earelcipµ
Pens and Inks. — Also, orWall-Papers,Drm
lag Materials, Water Color; &b.
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of vd - riousMnds
MUSIC:BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC,
Slates,'ltulerS, Back-Gammon Bonrds.CheS
Men, ke.., - ke.' PRODUCE of all kindi tato
in.exchange for Books, . [1,1441.
OLMSTED S.i• KELLY'S. ,
STORE can always be fouid the best el
Coolthig, Box and Parlor
S T.O E
Also, TIN and SHET-IRON WARE. POTS,
KETTLES; SPIDERS, • SCOTCH BOWS
FRYING-PANS, :SANPANS,. and OAP
RONS. Also, • -
SCRAPERS: as PLOWS, StRAPE, EMMA ,
-TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-AANA
is well made and the materiolgoqd. GOod and
subsMntial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in all
part of the County--Teems.easy. • Ready NI
of all kinds, including, Cash, 'seldom _refuse&
Store •on Slain Street opposite the °ldeal
House, Coudersport. 1869.4 D
NEW JEWELRY. STORE;
ID H. BUTTERWORTH haring locale!
-Übe hittnielf in this Borough, in the building
recently occupied by Hr. Ellison, on Main El.
opposite the court house has opened a JEIT••
ELM.' ESTABLISELSIANT, for-the purposed"
REPAIRING. - • • • _ - •
-WATCHES, ..• -
• • • "JEWELRY.
Having some years' eiperienie in the ben
ness,,lhel confident in giving•thepublie GEN&
ERAS. SATISFACTION: The -patrona,ge'd
the public is '-Please give melt tit
Ali,work.warranted or no,par.- • -
, assortment of Itratches t ,P o,l "
and Jewelry on blind and. for sale.,
Coudersport; June 30, 1859.748: •
• • tattrairriitifrXr.3 =
tliie,dit \ residag - 7cera M p A la N i E ttt, NT :e l7ll,
:FEN-1 7 )T"S. •
BRONCHIAL - - CIGARETTES ,
Made biI)...B..SE'iMPUR k'CO., 107 I'LA
SAU STREIitiWY. 'Price $l. - per bral .
.' • 7 .seat frce'Sby, post.
;,•• VCIA SALE AT ;ALL DEUOG/STii•
[ 2 .; '
Adthinistratoi.e - Notide .
PlatgB - id?rtiinintstrition to the (it!"
lAof Eva".--Webb,lite• -OVltouleVitoW llsl *
requested to, rdeke,m , 0.3
ijediato : I z.tzit?,
thtise litiviniClaitis aka:idet - ;he saso,.„ ll
present - there; &fly' autbdritieated set!'
went; to ' :: 0, it:; -1 6$/ifi,:4‘ ll/ ''
Rpulet, June. ipz,4B6Q-.;
L / ,