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CA) 'raltSPOlElO, 11,18101
intebded, to get our" paper tint
011 , 3114 14 evening, but failed, ;and are
tompelled to i,saue this (Friday) morn i ng
robtaor the routla.
Not under obligations to our friend
y. 1 4 Young Esq., Alaistant Staperinten
ot in the Cincinnati Douse of Refu g e,
fo to papers from that city. Much
Dauer Lyman, Esq., of Eleven Mile,
b i pswayo township, this county, h an d s
t ithe following description of a calf own
dby A. Hammond, a neighbor of his :
sise calf is three months and twenty-six
- I ,
0 1J, and girts 4 feet 4i inches, and
i 5 feet 4 inches in length. Mr. Lyman
es that be measured the calf, himself.
i t calf is half-blood Durham, short-
Mr, Lyman also states that he . hiuisci
afield of ifhite , winter , Rye; from
W I he riled AIWA by 4.4 e ,roots,
• h m inutia. Seven feet ail
~,,th—the tallest he could find in the
These items will do for the Eleven
to ling on. .
nate of our citizens who went to the
Fair at Elmira hare ;returned, and
a pad time—sonic 25,000 per-:
as the grounds. Gordnier's Churn,
'vet honorable mention, we'belleve--
ireteinms being" sared in Abut de
scat.' • •
The correspondent of•the N. F. Tri- .
;ill his letter of the 4th, thus notices
,sier's Churn : •
lam churn; or tether new vray
rate the old dasher, Is exhibited,
h certainty appears as though it.
Id have to be labor-saving. The
is hung in a frame, so that Basin= it
• apetalulnm, by a.very small amount
per. and the motion of the -drum
• motion to the dasher. It looks as
gis it might be useful to those who
in nu other but a dasher churn.
following are the complete returns
t census of this county, by which it
be seen that the population has near
'Abled since 1850. Ye;y few coun
it the State will exhibit so large an
.et in proportion.
1 .-ny, 23S 331 :406.
- 4:13 ;684'
61 89 172.
' ia, 348 283 431
2.5 0 .7 1 127 301 692
lilon, 4i7 720 1100
ac, 142 337 '617
^r, 119 214 70G
- 110 1 , 16
on, _____ 51. 88
101 244 G2l.
139 202 211.
. 4 : 0 1
'I, 152 222 482.
41 , 259 502 1069.
154 254 389.
rLon, - 54 191
t, .- - 138
zit, - - 208
,--, 371 699 993
E'n.nch, 93 g:207
in, 174 no IsiG
011, 3233 5881 11,507
Fair held here yesterday and to-
Yeinesday and Thursday), was a
-t success, and was largely attend
' by the citizens of, our own coon
those of the adjoining counties.
;it of Gen. Harmon, of Monroe
Y., on Wednesday evening was
one; while that of the Hon.
Dizkinsaikof Steuben Co., was, as
ielivercd,a sound and practical
ea agriculture, and particularly
pled to the Farming interests of
Noty. We regret, however, to
*portion of the audience treated
- or with great discourtesy and
by leaving the room when the
tas becoming most interesting—
& the ladies' equestrian perform
dell was then very unfortunately
01 on the grounds and street near
House. The ladies seemed to
'iers in the exodus to the street.
coson felt the discourtesy very
any speaker naturally would,
f , ,reed to close his address very
The discourtesy was doubtless
nal on the part of those who
Ntt, and rather the result of
eariosity than of design ; though
rlicipat e d lit by many who ought
'et more thoughtful. We trust
-Irwin be observed another time.
'exception, the occasion was one
-,e pleasant of our experience in
Play in every department of the
knand of the most creditable
The .full capacity of Potter
sad Potter county interests
4 we hope to publish the pre
lad we have arranged with
_,":)c for a brief abstract of his
' lll cli ere hope to receive in time
°la vczt issue also.
Advertigement of 3lessrs. Hunt
& Co., of Philadelphia, under the caption
of "Handsotn Women," will attract :tho
attention of our lady readers. Their Ad
vertisement sets forth' that they are Per
fumers to -Fier Majesty, Queen Victoria,
and at the Jae bridal ceremony of the
Princess Royal, presented a magnificent
case of these Perfumes to the Princess;
in, which were included all of the above
named exquisite toilet goods, manufac
tured expressly for the ladies.
The Company guarantee "The Bloom
of 'Resta" to rive a roseate hue to the
cheeks that will be permanent for years,
without injury to the skin.
HARRIS—BABIIETT.—In Sbaron.'nn the
10th inst., at the residence of the bride's fa
ther, by 'Rodney L. Nichols, Esq., Mr. li. B.
too Ilinats, of Hebron, to• Miss Znitus. Ban-
DETT, of Sharon;Potter. Co., Pa.
CIiOOMAYri 12.= In this plate, on Thurs.
t'ily; (let.- 4th, lircnocAs Scuootannit, mer
chant of this plate, aged•about 30 years..
:',_'',4ir.atl)V. - Otis : - Oft:t.itto';- - ,:
roaE Many " NEW EOODS . at
the New Store in 15robkland. ; ' ,
- .BOOTS ik SHOES'.DRY.GOODS;-.
and lots,of tbings.J.bitt people :
• - WELL WHAT. OF IT?
All fcr sale—forjlEADY PAY only.
Bring 1000 oats. Bring 18 butter. Bring 16
eggs. Brill; 10 bnckwneat. - Bring 1000000
casktind 18090000 hides and' sheq, pelts.—
All which !call ". ready pay. 7 .',
" What about trioe3 . •
Come and see. - L. BIRD:
• -An aperient and Stomachic preparation- of
IRON purified .of Oxygen and Carbon by com
biistion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by the
highest Medical Authorities, both in Europe
and the United States, and prescribed in their
- The_experience of thousands daily proves
that no preparation of Iron can be compared
with -it. Impurities of the blood, depression
of vital energy, pale and otherwise- sickly
complexions indicates its necessity in almost
every conceivable case.
Innoxions in.nil maladies in which it has
besntried,"it has proved absolutely curative
in each of the following complaints, viz :
In Debitfty, _Ver:out 4ifecttons, Emendations,
Dyspepsia, Constipation , Diarrlicca, Dysentery,
InCipient CO7l-774mpqon,Scrofrelotts Taberculosis,
Salt Rheum, Rismenstruation, If7iiles , Chlorosis,
Liver Complainls, Chronic Headaches, Rheuma
tism, Intermittent Fevcrs, Pimples on the Face,
In cases of General Debility, - whether the
result of acute disease, or of the continued di
minution of nervous and muscular energy
from chronic complaints, one trial of this res
torative has proved successful to an eiteut
which no description nor written attestation
would ruder credible, Invalids so long bed , ` ; ,
ridden as to have become forgotten in their
own neighborhoods, have suddenly
peared in the busy world as if just mturited
from protracted travel in a distant land.—
Some very signal instances of this kind are
attested to female Sufferers, emactatedvietims
of apparent marasmus, sanguineous oxhatts-
I Lion, critical changes, and that complication
I of nervous and despeptic aversion to air and
exercise fur which the physician has no name.
In Nervous Affections of all kinds, and for
reasons familiat to medical men, the operation
of this preparation of iron must necessarily
be salutary, for unlike the old oxide, it is vi,g
-' orottsly tonic without being exciting and
overheating; and gently, regularly aperient
even in the tnnst obstinate cases of costive
ness without ever being ii gastric purgative,
or inflicting a disagreeable sensation.
It is this latter property, among others,
which makes it so remarkable effectual and
permanent a remedy for Piles, upon which it
also appears to exert a distinct and specific
action, by dispersing the local tendency which
In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its causes
a single box of these ChalYbeate fills has of
lett sufficed for the most habitual case; in
cluding the :menden t Costivenetg.
In unchecked Diarrlicea, even when advanced
to Dysentery, confirmed, emaciating, and ap
parently malignant, the effects have been
equally decisive and astonishing.
In the locnkpains, loss of flesh and strength.
debilitating cough, and remittent bectie,which
generally indicate Incipient Consumption, this
remedy has allayed the alarm of friends and
physicians, in several very gratifying and in
In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated
iron has had far more than the good effect of
the most cautiously balanced preparations of
iodine, without any of their well known lia
The attention of females cannot be too con
fidently invited to this remedg and rcetorative,
in the cases peculiarly affecting them.
• fn Rheumatism, both chronic and inflam.
mntory—in the latter, however, more decid
edly—it has bCen invariably well reported,
both as alleviating pain and reducing the
swellings and stiffness of the joints and mus
In Intermittent Fevers it mast necessarily
be a great remedy and energetic restorative,
and its progress in the new settlements of the
West, will probably be one of high renown
No remedy has ever been discovered in the
whole history of medicine, which exerts such
prompt, happy, and fully restorative effects._
Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid ac
quisition of strength, with an unusual dispo . -
sition for active and cheerful exercise;eimme
diately folloW its use.
Pat up in neat flat metal Imes containing
50 pills, price 50 cents per box; for sale by
dimggists and dealers. Will be sent free to
any address on receipt of the price. All let
ters, orders, etc., sbould be addressed to
R. B. LOCAFIL: Co., .Ge.neral Agents,
4..-ly. 20 Cedar St., N. T.
A' Novelty in the Art World !
rHbrOGnArRY UP4olf FOi,C ELAM:
Secured by letters patent inibelfnited
.States, EaglAnd; Frstace ) and 11,0.1 L.
THE AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC POACEIAIN
No. 781 Broadway, N. Y.,
having secured-their novel and ingenious in
vention by A ineilertin and European patents;
arofully prepared to eiCeute ail orders for
Minatzrre Likmeteen of Pcreora on China,
presenting all the attractlet and advantageous
features of cad inatrphotographs,,the brillian
cy and finish of a water-color drawing, and a
hitherto unattained quality of durability, by
being rendered as imperishable as the nr.tnral
properties of the articles upon which they are
As the patented process of the Company
enables the reproduction of Photographs,.not
only on plain surfates, but upon such .as are
round or of any degree of irregularity-9)os
traits tun be reproduced with fatittlest' scat
racy, and delicacy of delineation, upon Por
celain wares of any description and dhnension
used es articles of hammy or of. household
utility, such as,
LIENS, VASEA. III:EAR - FAST CUPS, TOILET
ARTICLES, dc.; _
thereby se caring faith ful.tibrtraits. ,
ing a unique and anuisite sytle ttrestatett;
tation of articiei In ntiniestie'
In order to ftirnish facilities ftlt llieiratili
caticin of the popular Meta l. and to , meet the
wants of - those. patrons_cif• the • rola Arta . de
sirens:of haring Portraits on Porcelain; - 'flus
,haye imported from Europe- a gob.
lection of superior porcelain goods. nuoinlac
ture'd to'their, own order,' - which they sell at
cost prices. ' : ' -
Ae•the Amerisan Company nre owners of
Chi patent right, and consequently the only
per3ons authorized to use the - process, they
hare determined, in order
TO-AFFORD PEOPLE IN EVERY SECTION
OF THE 'UNION
eat opportunity to possess
... • PORTRAITS ON CHI A,•
to ineke, the folloiving:propos.tiou to
R.ESIDENTS' IN THE COUNTRY; *HO ARE
LINABLE TO VISIT PERSONALLY
'THE .ATELIER' AND GALLE
RIES IN 'NEW„YORK.
Persons sending•a photograph, ambietype,
or daguerreotYpe to the office of the Com
pany in New i'ork, accoMpanied by
• FIVE DOLLARS,
will receive in return by express, free of other
A RICITLY-ORNAMENTED BREAKFAST
CUI AND SMICER. WITH THE
By transmitting a dagUerreotype and
they will seme in like manner,
A HANDSOME FIIENCII VASE OR TOILET
'with the portrait reproduced by the patented
process. ' By sending a pair of daguerreotypes
• FIFTEEN DOLLARS,
they will receive in return
A PAIR OF RICU SIIVRES VASES,
with the portraits executed equal to miniature
iaintings ; and, in like manner, portraits can
be reproduced on porcelain wares or
VASES OF EVERY QUALITY OF FINISH,
ranging in.priee from, . .
TWENTY TO.OI i ;E ITUNDRED DOLLARS
8.--Be particular in writing the address,
town. county and State distinctly.
All letters to be addressed to
"Manager, American Photographic Porcelain Co."
781 Broadway N. Y. ,
P. A. STEBBINS, having sold out his Stock
of Goods, is desirous of closing up his busi
ness. All persons indebted to him are re
quested to call immediately and settle their
.accounts. Ills books will be found at the
Store of E. N. STEBBINS Sr. BRO.
Geneel Election -Proclamation
101.711SLTANT to-an,act of the ,Gtneral / 1.5.:
..2.: ' iembly of ti,te'lommonw9aith of Penn
! sylvania, entitled' "An Act relating to the
electio.n„of this Commonwealth," approved the
:second day of July- A. D., one thousand eight
i hundred and. thirty-nine, I, Win. F. Burt,
Sheriff of the County of Potter, Pennsylvania,
do hereby make known and kive nstaire to the
1 electors of the County nforesaidttlint a Gene
-1 cal Election will be held in said County of
, Potter t:n Tuesdaw, the (nth) day of No
next. Beinf " the Tuesday next after .
1 the first Monday of said month," in the sey
' oral districts within the said County, to-wit :
For the Township of Abbott, at the Gorton
nia Hotel, in said township.
FOr the township of Allegany, at the school I
1 house near the pace fortntqly owned by Cites
terAndrews, in said township.
For the township of Bingham, at the house.
of A R. Lewis, in said township.
For the township of Clara, at the school
house near Salt Stevens'. in said township.
For the township of Eulalin, at the New
Court House in the Borough of Coudersport.
For the township of Genesee, at the house
formerly occupied by S. S. Rasco, in MO,
For the townshin of Harrison, at the house
recently occupied by Ira Bartholomew, in said
For the township of Hebron. at the school
house No. 5, near Henry Ingraham's in said
For the township of Hector, at the Sunder
lin school house, in'said. township.
For the township of Homer. at the school
house near Jacob I'eet's, in said township.
For the township of Jackson, nt the house I
formerly occupied by Benjatntn.--Barse, now
M. Chappel, in said township(
For the township of Keit ng, at the house
of Pliny Harris in said to nship.
For the tow nship of 41 myo, at the Centre ,
school house, in said tot nship.
For the township of Poke, at the house of
Elijan Johnson, in said ownship.
For the township of leasant Valley, at the
school house in said 1 wnship.
For the township of Portage, at the Sizer
school house, in-said township.
For the-township of Roulet, at the school
house near George Weituer's in said township.
FOr the township of Sharon, at the Sharon
Centre school house, near John Voorhees'.
For the township of Sweden, at the house
of Asenath 'Taggart, in said township
For the township of Stewardson, nt the
house of John S. Clark, in said township.
For the township orSummit, at the house
formerly occupied' by Col (OA, now Jona
than Redson, in said township.
For the township of Sylvania, at the school
house near J. M. Rees', in said township.
_ For the township of Ulysses, at the house
of Atlas Bennett, is said township. .
For the'township of West Branch, at the
house of S. bi. Conable, in said township.
" For the tonmship citlThartort, at the house
of Stephen Horton, in said towut,hip,
F0r",14:4 ;trough pf ConderspOrt, at the
Co nit .H 1 said Borough.',
Tae; to be elected-at .the -time-land
plates.Watimict are - twenty-seven parsons as
illictaiiitt - Wesident and Vice-President of
the Iluitikt"States . .-`
It isfettherSdireeted !hat !the coveting= of
ihb retttre-jades at the Court House in Coe ,
ders*.(l6..make out - the keneral returns,
sha.lll4ion — tho first Friday succeeding Ithe
generld'eleetion, which will be the 9th day of
NO vtatiVer; , • •
I *Tejo:lke iknoweand give notice as it 'Mid
by thifjpit section of the aforesaid act 1 lap
Oireeteirittiat every person . et relit ttastices of
thePtpcxyloo holds; ant- offrae of appoint. :
m entorofit iir trust:under the Government
of the.tp oiled Stotts or of atilt'', city or incor
porated district, whither a Commissioned iof
ficer c4,-Tothertvise,, e,subor.dinate officer' or
agent *lto Is .or shall be employed under the
legislitth - e, judiciary, or executive department
of this State or the United Sfates, or crony city
aY hoccirtiorated district, and . also that' 'every
member of Congress and of the State Legis
latureiAltid of the select and common coutieil
of anrCity, or commissioners of any incor
porateplistliet, is by law incapable of bold
ing oe;:re - Ceiving-at the , .sanee time the officeor
appointment of Judge, Inspector, or Clerk of
aby election in this CoMmonwealth, and dint
no Infpector or Judge, ,or other officer of aby
alien -election shall be eligible to any office
that in ft..urth 'section of the Act !of
Aattaiitilrentitled "anAct relating to elde-,
theitiand for other pvrposes " approved April
elkait,49,. it Is enacted. that; the aforesaid
13tItlection shall - not be so constructed as to
present tiny military officer or Borough officer
from.serving ns Judge, Inspector, or Clerk of
any general or special election in this Com
monwealth. Pursuant to, tilt protisiens of
the filst section of said ,act, " every general
and special.election shall be opened .betweeu
the hours of 8 and 10 in the forenoon ; and
shall continued without interreption or ad
journment until 7 o'clock in the, evening, when
the poles shall be closed.
Given under my hand at Condersport, this
the 18th dap of Sept. mon, and in the 84th
year of the independence of the United States.
WIL F. BURT, Sheriff.
TONIC, D RJR ETIC,
tiell UM INC, CORDIAL
To Vic citizen., of New Jersey and l'ennsylvonia
Apothecaries. Druggists, Grocers and
Wolfe's Pure Cognac. Brandy.
Wolfe's Pare Itraderia, Sherry and Port Wine.
Wolfe's Pure 7SlTtgie and St. Croix Rum
Wolle's Ecotch and Irish Whisky.
ALL IN BOTTLES.
I k:egjeavelo call the attention of the citi
sens-of the baited- States to the above WINES I
and Llquottit, imported by Utlolphi) Wolfs," of
Nets Ifnals;'?ertrieo name , Is, familiar in -every
part of this country - tor the purity of his cele
brated SCIIIEDAII SCHNAPPS. Mr. Wolfe, in'
his letter to me, speaking of the purity of hi-
Wines and Liquors, says: " I will stake my
reputation as a man my standing as a mer
ehankof thirty years' residence in the City of
New York, that all the Brandy and Wines
which I bottle are pure ns imported, and of
the hest quality, and can be reitcd upon by
every purchaser." Every bottle has the pro- ,
prietor's name on the wax, and a the simile
of his signal' re on the certificate. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine for themselves. For sale at Retail by all
Apothecaries and Grocers in Philadelphia.
Geo. H. Asuros, No. 832 Market st. Phil
Sole Agent for Philadelphia.
!lead the following from Me New York
c ourier :' 4 , .
C..."(0 - 12110GE , BCSINI:SS 1, - ,oi„ OtiE New Ysinx .
MancitAxT.—We tirelhappy toAlfform our fel- '
low-citizens that there is one place-in our city
where the physician, :ipotheeury, and country
merchant, can go and purchase pure Wines
and Liquors, as pure as int; orted, and of the
best quality. We do not intend to give nn
elaborate description of this merchant's ex-,
tensive busirks f , nittongit itAavill repay any
stranger or litizen t4 -visit liiiolpho Wolfe's
extensii`e wTre-'m a nse, Sos.. „IL 20 and 2-2,
Beaver street, and Nos. 17, 1) and 21, Mark-'
etfield street. ills stock of Schnapps on hand
.ready for shipment could not have been lest ,
than thirty thousand cases; the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases—Vintages of 1836 to 1356;
and ten thousand cases of Madeira, Sherry'
and Port Wine, Scotch and Irish Whisky,
Jamaica and St. Croix Rum,i some very old
and equal to any in this country. : lie also
had three large cellars, filled with Brandy,
Wine, &c., in ci*ks, under Custom-House key,
ready for bottling. Mr. Wolfe's sales of
Schnapps last year amounted to one hundred
and eight • thou Sand dozen, and we hope in
less than o years he may be equally suc
cessful witl i his Brandies and Wines.
- - - -
Ms business-merits the patronage of every
lover of his species. Privat fatnilles Nvho
wish pure Wines'and Lignoralllfor meifical use
should send their orders dirret to Mr. Wolfe,
until every Apothecary in the land make up
their minds to discard the poisonous stntffrom
their shelves, and replace it with Wolfe's pure
Wines and Liquors.
We understand Mr. Wolfe, for the accom
modation of small dealers in the country; outs
up assorted cases of Wines and Liquors.—
Such alnan, and such a :nerchant, should be
sustained against his tens of thousands of op
ponents in the United States, who-sell noth
ing but imitations, ruinous alike to human
health and happiness. 152—.6m*
Sewing Machines foi Million 1
A families wanting the best and cheap
-11. est SEWING MACIIINES;in the market
are hereby notified. that the subscriber will
furnish to order on demand the cheapest and
best. article in that line, viz :
. The Nen-England Family Sewing Machine,
Manufactured by J. Hale-jr Cr)., of New
baryport,, Mass. . Prices, hand MUchine $ l 5;-
Treadle do. $2O Treadle and Table dn. 52:,;
Also the May Flower, making the Grover Sr.
Baker stitch, strong, heavy and powerful at
$35, to $4O. "The Defiance" is a new Ma
chine, making the stitch alike on both sides
of the cloth. The two last made by tbeEagle
S. M. Co., L.D.( Towsley) York. Hav
ing thoroughly tested the above. articles I can
recommend them to all who may wish to par
chase a. good working Machines, and very!
easily learned to operats and not liable to get
out of repair.
Al) persons wanting the abeve may address
G. T. DENNIS,
Allegany T.lrldgc, MtKean Co., Pa.
Sept., 'l, - .#9i860 7
1), :E. OLMSTED &CQ
(b. tt iltiTtb it. B. COLITSLL &A. C. TAO GA RT,)
• - -
Are now prepared fur the
with a large an unusually atteattitre
GO I, DS,
which are for Sale al the
Without going into dninlis, every
tnent'is filled with careful selections which
to please bOth in quality and prices.
Thankful for past favors_they would. Alta
Coudersport, Sept. 10, 1860
LIFE PILLS AND PRCENIX BITTERS;
IWIIIESE MEDICINES have now been befdre
„IL - the publicleg aipericid-cf-Tutuvv3zana,
;,and during that time have maintained - a high
I ;cbaracter in almost every part cf the Globe,
for their extraordinary and indiriediate power
of restoring perfect health to persons suffering
under-nearly every kind of disease to winch
the human frame is liable.
The following are among the disttessing
variety of human diseases in the
Vegetable Lite ikledicines
Are well kuowu to toe hi-fallible
DYS.PEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the
first and second stomachs, and creating a flow
of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and
4crid kind; FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite,
Ilearthurn, Headache, Restlessness, 111-Tein
per, Anxiety, Languor, and Ifelanclioly, which
are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure.
1 COSTIVENESS, by cleansing the whole
length of the intestines with a solvent prodess,
n`nd without violence ; all violent purges leave
he bowels costive within two days.
FEVERS of allkinds, by restoring the blood
to a regula!lation, through the process
of perspiraii‘ . sushi cases , and the thor
oughsoluabn all nitestinal obstruction in
The hire Medicines have been known to
care RHEUMATISM permanently in three
weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by re
moving local inflammation from the muscles
and ligaments of 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 cer
tain remedy for the worst cases of oß.vvEr..
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turn
ings of the bowels the slimy matter to which
these treat re adhere.
SCUItV . ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES, by the perfect parity which these
LIFE MEDICINES give to the blood, and all
`SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COM
PLEXIONS, by their alterative efleet upon the
fluids that feed the skin, and the morbid state
of Which occasions all eruptive complaints,
sallow, cloddy, and other disagreeable com
'The use of these Piils for ttvery abort time,
will effect an entire cure of SALT RHEUM,
and a striking improvement in the clearness
of the skin. COMMON COLDS and INFLU
ENZA. will always be cured by one dose, de
by two in the worst cases.
PILES.—The original proprietor of these
Medicines, was cured of Piles of 35 years
standing; By the use of the LIFE MEDICINES
FEVER AND ACCT.-A-Vet-this scourge of
the Western country, these Medicines will be
loaad a snfc, speedy, and' certain remedy:
Other medicines leave the,system 'subject to
return of the disease—a cure by these Med
icines is permanent—Tar THEM, ITE fi.ill6lED,
ANDITIE CURED. . .
BILIOUS FEVERS AND' LI.VER , COM
PLAINTS.—GeneraI Debility, Lois APpe
tite)!and Diseases of Females-the Medicines
have been used with the most tierieficirl re
suits in cases of this clectlptlon:—Eings
Evill and Scorfula,.m its Worst flirnis. yields
to the mild yet powerful atlica of these re
markable Medicines. Night Sitliats Nervous
Debility, Nervous Complalnfel, of All kinds,
Palpitation of the Heart, Fitlgters' Colic., are
MERCURIAL DlSHAStS.—Persmis *hose
eonstitutions have bet.thfik impaired by .tha
irjudicious use of MEttdrty, will find these
Medicines a perfect mite', as they never fall to
eradicate from the systelm, all the effects of
Mercury, infinitely stion'er than the Most pelt
crib! preparations of Sirsanarilla.•
Fropared and sold.liy W. D. 11OFFAT,
335 BROADWAT, 'Mrs-4'm*.
For, eale by Druggists.
NEW . . gTop,K
ALL AND WINTER
if SIM t , ' DNS,'
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; ELIE PRQPRIETOU HAS •
t Received froth New York
. . 1.11-1 j
targdOt iid ljest.
tock of Gooch,
EVER OFFERED Pi
OTTER Cf uNtli
ats and Caps,
r - oots4.- Shi** -- .
iiiiw.A.iit, .oitbditElit i
am determined to sell goddit dA
can be purchased in , Bei.;
urchased for Cash; rto reths dr itttereek
!y, and salt: a large alttonift ?dr READY
1, I am eriabled to gliaire the Ilsithi
late with thy ctislomert, -
cing trade nrraiigeifsenla iFith acme' 61
r est htitises in the city, goods will be _
s . l7ippeD to I) Beebiyi„ •
'Hu g me constantly to otter. th€IELTEST
DES and BEST QUALITIES of GM3ds.
3T GOLD AND SILVER . WATCHES
n hand for sale. Pedlars supplied
At Eldisburg i
iuthier the name and etyld of
SiPtErtioNS it. timinit i
where a COMPLETE GENERAL ASSORT:
MENT wit be constantly kept on band.
OsWaYo, April 2, 18011-Iy,c4t. • =
IT TILLS Viry
it TtLL yot
IT TELLS YOU
Ut thiS hdddtry, and bow ,
with the sum
The Law C'oncern'ing P y.
Blatt", itad how to. °b•,.
one; rind the Pre-Ein -
Nits to Public Lai
The Law of Paten' e
Mode of proeedur
taming one, wi Rifer _
fere nces, A ssi
and Table of F fi ~i i b7" .
How to make ye -,#_ *ll,
how to Adm .
Estate, Iv itlii an
( i s Ari k i FZ unt is
the, regain 44v d t k :
in ger , r 4
plain to , ttlt"
Intl' es • :I-neer:W.4W .81-:
di cin . .i . FOftrii . e:f r hi:411111e
Bow to) lisiOViit`tif
ISoetribSt"l Taffy; thuir„
litgati6 by its
Single chpies will .St'setit'l3k, , titge
paid, to Every, FarmtF,lice Jtb'ch!inie very
Man of Business, Off' EerYti643?in' err „
.State, on reclpt of $1166; orin' t "leV style of
binding at $1,25. • _ _
IT TELLS Y
atm* i tEAR.:de*
enterprising men e.trYnibefe, in selling tti:'
above 'ivork, nh out'litolttcetiits to nil suds':
are very li berm •
For singte eppies'df tbffliodk or for Whiff'
to agents, rritlOnttiir infortna, 06 n. apply fain. ,
aleicss JO E. POTTER, Publiaber.
The assorfiriciit consists of
SE FOR GOOD 1A469E14
I HAVE ESTABLISHED A
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F THII PLILADIttPItIA BAAL-
S YOU How to draw up Partnership
Papers andtives genera'
fonds for Agreeinens of all
kinds, Bills el'Sale, Lena
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How to Amy up Bands and
Mortgages,. Afadail ts,
Powers ofA ttorne,y e liotert
and Bills' cif -Birehang*i
NEclpts ant Releases;
The Laces fOr the Cellee;tiott
of Debts; With tlib Stat:
utes Of Limitation, and
amopnt and RAO of prop:
city Exemptfiom Diedix
tion lit evetf" Stage.
TIOw to make an Assightnistit
properly; with' forms fot
Composition with Credit:
• OS. and the Insolvent
I,m - is of every' State.
The legal relations 'etlitilk
Ward, Me stet. and..ATii
prenticei and Latidlatd
and Tenant. •
Slander; arid the La* is
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Divorce and . Alfißitty.
The La* tar Mechanics'
Ling id ei•fl; State, and
the Nattiriilitation• LAWS
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