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how-to Use your rApnliy IWews-
. . paper.
A family.: newspaper, if its name itn
perts anything, ought to be a family af-
Ear. All the members of the dome.tic
circle should:be interested in it, and, in
deedfirain-ed to appreciate it as a part.of
the inner economy of household life.—
Ulu common .practice that limits the use
of the newspaper to the parents and
grOwn-up children', deprives the .family,
as a family, of its benefits. To make it
available for the good of all, it should be
regarded as a centre around which the
intellect: of the household should be col
lected—a family table for daily mental
Reading is ordinarilyone of the most
selfish enjoyments. Men and women
who are liberal in every thing else are
exclusife hen). - The spare hour or two
io the evening that they, can give to' this
exercfseli`priVate propertya "quietlit:
tle Sabbath of 'their own,
shut 1.4 in a
pleasant parenthesis—which they sire en
titled C. enjoy. But this is a sort of
intellectual harem-life which is rather
' inconsistent with family culture. Not
that we . ivish to - convey the idea that
there; is to be no private — reading and
study--no books sacred to ourselves.
Every one must kayo paths iu literary
fields that, are'silent to the tread of.other
footsteps; but in the family, mind mid
Lll its forms of action ought to. be com
mon: 'This is Nature's law=—as much so
as kindness, sympathy and love, with
their retinue of graceful offices, are to be
shared in by all the immehold. It is a
law, however, that is constantly violated,
Pew..families have any intellectual exer
cise in .comnion. Aside from the famil
iar topics that constitute the staple chit
chat of the table and the fireside, they
have, no such thing as family mind, train
ed every day by contact with the same
general - truths, facts, incidents One
main reason of this has just been intimat
ed; viz., the insulating habit of private
reading. How, now, can this be reme
died? There is at least one method that
may be adopted with obvious advantage,
and it consists in the proper use of a first
rate family newspaper.
lle”ote an hour each night that you
may be able to command to this inter
esting work. Read aloud such portions
of the newspaper as may be suited to
your purpose. Require one of the chil
dren to explain the geographical allu
sions; give arithmetical questions to an
other ;..get a third to point out bad.grain
mar, and !et the elder children make a
rhetoric exercise of the best-written ar
ticles. The long columns of advertise
ments will suggest many profitable in
quiries. Here you will have a machine
that will call out their knowledge of me
chanics as, taught in natural philosophy;
and there_a cargo of sugar, coffee, etc.,
will practice them in the productions of
distant climates. You will soon find that
the - newspaper, bringing together so
many items of interest, will awaken their
caritmity and excite their faculties; and
thus whatever your children are learning
at school will acquire a practical value
by being used - under circumstances to
arouse the ambition and gratify the
budding scholarship of the little students.
In this way you will operate powerfully
on the child s progress in education. One
of the greatest difficulties in really and
thoroughly educating a young mind is in
esen&ina b its powers in the application
Nor will the benefit end here. Every
family ought to have a family education
in the knowledge of the world. It ought
to be trained to look out upon the great
sea off - human life from the snug cove of
borne. Eiperince in the world is not
the way to know the world; and indeed
it often happens, where there has been
no previous introduction of the domestic
mind to an acquaintance with the reali
ties of existence, that experience is a bit
ter,school. True manly experience pre•
supposes the study of principles, maxims,
sentiments; and by them the intellect
and heart are prepared for an experimen
tal intercourse with society. Every pa
rent should see to this domestic, work.
Nothing is a better auxiliary to it than a
Apart froth these effects, the bare fact
that the• different members of a family
cultivate thought, taste, expression to
gether, must strengthen the ties of do
ti:estic sympathy .and enlarge the scope
and action of their nature. There is it
great need for this sort of blending in
most families. If the Bible is excepted,
what common educative influence of the
domestic intellect have we? Nothing
supplies this want, so far as everyday
mind i 4 concerned, so well as a moral,
high-toned, earnest newspaper.
Ser To l'ersons out of Emplognzent.—Ott
In every County of the United States,
MO engage in•the sale of some of the best
and mort elegantly illustrated Works
Our publications are of the most interesting
character, adapted to the wants of the Farm
er,Mechanic and Merchant ; they are publish
-ci in the best style and bound in the most
substantial manner, and are worthy a place
in the Library of every Household in the
To men of enterprise and industrious
habits, this business offers an opportunity for
profitable employment seldom to be met with.
Or' Persons desiring to act as agents will
receive promptly by mail full particulars,
terms, &c., by addressing- -
LEARY, GETZ tc CO., Pubilyhers,
No. 2-24 Norlh Second street, Phil.
BLACKSMITH, Fourth sireet, between Main
and West Streets, Coudersport, Pa., is pre
pared to do all kinds of work in his line,
on the most reasonable terms. Produce
taken in payment. - 12:39
COURT PROCLAMATION. - -
. - tvneßEAs: the Hon. Robert- fi t „White,
, President iind the Efons.,Toseph
Mann and G. G. Colvin, Asibeiate - jactges oz
the Courts of Oyer k Terminer and Genesal
Jail. Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the..Peace i
Orphans' Court and Cour;. of Common Pleas
for the County of Potter, - have issned• theit
precept, bearing date the seventh day- of
November in the year of our• Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and sixty, and:to me di
rected, for holding a Court of Oyer and Term
iner and General Jail Delivery, Quarter Ses
sions of the Pence, Orphans' Court„and Court
of Common Pleas, in the Borough of Couder
sport, on MONDAY,, the lith day of , De
ceralier next, and to continue one week :
Notice is therefore', hereby given to the Cor
oners, Justices of the Peace and Constables
within the county, that they be then and there
in their proper persons, at -10 o'clock A. M. of
said day, with their rolls, records, inquisi
tions, examinations, and other remembrances,
to do those things - - which_ to their offices ap
pertain to be none.:: And those who are bound
by their recognizances to prosecute against
the prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of
said county of Potter, are to be then and there
to prosecute against them as will be just.
Dated at COODEIZSPOTIT, Nov. 7, 1860, and
the 84th year of the Independence of the United
States of America. • •
WM. F. BURT, Sheriff.
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;- P - lIIIS -I ‘,. IRON . :-1
--•:. --;_ , • -_. . - •
in aperient and Stoina.cLic prepaiatifin of
IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by cora
bastion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by the
highest Medical Antlibrities,..both in Europe
and the United States, and prescribed in their
practice. - . •
The experience of thousands daily proves
that rm preparation of Iron can be compared
%vit.! , it. Impurities of the blood, depression
of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly
complexions indicates its necessity in almost
evtry conceivable case.
Innoxious in all maladies in which it has
been tried, it has proved absolutely curative
in each of the following complaints, viz :
In Debility, Nervous .AlTectwas, Emanciutions,
Dyspepsia, Constipation ' Diurrlexa, Dysentery,
Incipient Consumption, Scrofuluus Tuberculosis,
Salt Rheum, Mismenstruution, Whites, Chlorosis,
Liver Complaints, Chronic Headaches, Rheuma
tism, Intermittent Fev.rs, l'impes on the race,
In eases 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 extent
which no description nor st ritten attestation
would rsnder credible. Invalids so long bed
ridden as to have become forgotten in their
own neighborhoods, have suddenly re-ap
peared in the busy world as if just rtturned
from protracted travel in a distant land.—
Some very signal instances of this kind are
attested to female Sufferers, emaciated victims
of apparent marasmus, sanguineous exhaui
tion, critical changes; and that complication
of nervous and despeptic aversion to air and
exercise for which the physician has no name.
In Nervous Affections. of all kinds, and for
reasons familiar to medical men, the operation
of this preparation of iron must necessarily
be salutary, for unlike the old oxide, it is vig
orously tonic without being exciting and
overheating; and gently, regularly aperient
even in the most obstinate cases of costive
ness without ever being a 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 dispersingthe local tendency which
In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its causes
a single box of these Chalybeate Pills has of
ten sufficed for the most-habitual cases, in
cluding the attendent COlivenees.
In unchecked Diarrlicea; even when advanced
to Dysentery, confirmed,.emaciating, and ap
parently malignant, the effects have been
equally decisive and astonishing.
In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength.
debilitating cough- and remittent hectic,which
generally indicate Incipient Consumption, this
remedy has allayed the alarm of *friends.and
physicians, in several very gratifying and in
In Scrofulmia Tuberculosis, this medicated
iron has had far more than the good effect of
the most cautiously balanced preparations of
iudine, without any of their well known lia
The attention of females cannot be too con
fidently invited to this remedy and restorative,
in the cases peculiarly affecting them.
In Rheumatism, both chronic and inflam
matory—in the latter, howeve'r, more decid
edly—it has been invariably well reported,
both as alleviating pain and reducing the
swellings and stiffness of the joints and mus
la Intermittent Fevers it must necessaril
be a great remedy and energetic restorative,
and its progress in the new settlements of the
West, will probably be one.of high renown
and usefulness, •
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, imme
diately follow its use,
Put up in neat flat lioeLal boxes containing
50 pills, price 50 cents pat•box ; for. sale by
druggists and deilers. Will be sent free to
any address on receipt of the price. All let
ters, orders, etc., should be addressed to
R. B. LOCKE & Co.. General Agents,
4-Iy. 20 Cedar St., N. Y
CLOCKS, WATCHES & JEWELRY,
CLEANED and REPAIRED at the shortest
YJ notice, by the subscriber, at the sign of
The Big Watch. one door east of the
Post Office. Thakful for past favors, he will
endeavor to merit a continuance of the same
by strict attention to the - wishes of his cus
tomers. He keeps on hand and for sale a good
assortment of WATCHES, among which may
be found some of those excellent time-keepers
manufactnred by the American Watch Com
pany, at Waltham, Mass., and known by the
name of "AMERICAN LEVERS"; also, De
tached Levers. Lepines &c. Also, BEALS'
PATENT REVOLVERS, manufactured by
Remington & Sons,--all of whieb will be sold
very low for cash. .D. 11. WARRINER.
Coudersport Aug. 8, `1860.-47.
.Great Work on the Horse:
THEAORSE and . his DISEASES:
BY ROBEAT aniNGS,*: V.S.
Professor o f Pathio&ggr. and . IfYperittiri Surgery
in the Veterinary Colkge of Phil- .
- "" — Sterelplifts, etc, de. :
WILL TELL YOU :Of the. Origin,'History and
• . distinctive traits of the
various bre'eds of Euro
. and American Horses,
with the physical forma
tion and peculiarities •of
the animal, and how to
ascertain his age by the
number and condition' of
his teeth ; illustrated with
.• 7 engravings.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of Breeding Breaking,
Grooming, Shoeing, and
the general management
of the horse,
" best modes of adminis
tering. medicine, nlso,
how to treat lilting, Kick
ing, Rearing, Shying,
Stumbling, Crib Biting,
• Restlessness; and oilier
vices to which he is sub
ject ; with numerous ex':
_ THE HORSE AND BIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of the causes, symptoms,
- and Treatment of Stran
gles, Sore Throat, Dis
temper, . Catarrh, Influ
enza, 8. - onchitis, Puip
monia, Pleurisy, Broken
Wind, Chronic Cough,
Roaring and Whistling,
• Lampas, Sore Mouth and
Ulcers, and Decayed
Teeth,with other diseases
of the Mouth and Itespir
' story Organs.
THE HORSE,AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of 'the causes, symptoms,
and Treatment of Worms,
- Rots, - Colic, Strangula
tion, Stony Concretions,
rrlicea, aundice, Hepa
- tirrticea, Bloody Urine,
• Stones in the Kidneys
and Bladder, Inflamma
tion,- and other diseases
of the Stomach, Bowels,
Liver and Urinary Or
THE HORSE AND,HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of the causes, symptoms,
and Treatment of Bone,
Blood and Bog Sparin,
R i n g-Bone,
Strains, _ Broken Knees,
Wind Galls, Founder,
Sole Bruise and Grai - el,
Canker, Thrush, an d
Corns ; also, of Megrims,
Vertigo, Epilepsy, Stag
gers, and other diseases
of the Feet, Legs, and
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YUU Of the causes, symptoms,
and Treatment of Fistula,
Poll Evil, Glanders, Far
cy, Scarlet Fever, Mange,
Surfeit, Locked .1 aw,
Galls, Diseases of the
Eye and Heart, ac., and
how to manage Castra
tion, Bleeding, Trephin
niag, Roweling, Firing,
ping, and other surgical
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL.TELL YOU Of Rarey's lifetbod of tam
ing Horses; how to Ap
proach, Halter, or Stable
• a Colt; Irftw to accus
tom a horse to strange
sounds and sights,' and
how to Bit, Saddle, Ride,
And -Break him to Har
ness; also, the form and
law of Warranty. The
whole bein.t. ' the result of
more than fifteen years'
careful study of the hab
its, peculiarities, watts
and weaknesses of this
nobie and useful animal
The book contains 384 pages, apprepriately
illustrated by nearly One Ilundicd Engrav
ings. It is printed in a clear and open type,
and will be forwarded to any address, postage
paid, on receipt of price, half bound, $l.OO,
or, in cloth, extra, $1.25.
$lOOO A YEAR can be made by
entelprising men every-wbeie, in selling the
above, and other popular works of oars. Ohr
inducements to all such are exceedingly lib
For single copies of the. Book, or for term
to agents, with other information, apply to
JOHN E. POTTER, Publisher,
No. 617 Sansom street, Phil.. Pa
Main above Third St.
M. W; MANN, PRopamsoa.
BOOKS, MAPS, GLOBES,
• DIARIES, -
Greek, Latin, French and German Teat-
All School Books used in the County
kept on hand, or immediately procured
Magazihes or any Periodicals supplied when
A gOod assortment of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw
ing Materials, Water Colors, &c.
PRAYER k HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds
MUSIC•BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC,
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess
Men, &c., &c. PRODUCE of all kinds taken
.in exchange for Books, &C. [ll-34]
OP TEE $
NEW : ---GOCIDS
JUST receiving an extensive stock of I'sy
outing Ccunty Flour. Any ono desirous ;of
getting a better article of '
at less profit than at any other store in town,
will de well to call at SPENCER'S:
P,Ol K, MEAL
and any other article in the' line of PROVIS
IONS constantly on hand. Deductions, made
to those; that buy itt. Wholesale.
- • •
of all descriptions. Also
&c„ &c., &c
Patent Medicines -of most all kinds. Those
wishing 'Pr. Doland Kennedy's Medical
covers- will find it nt SPENCER'S.
!LIFE PILLS AND PIRENIX BITTERS.
MEESE MEDICINES have now been befOie
s 4. the public for. a. period of THIRTY YEARf,
and 'during that time have maintained a high
character in almost-every part of the Globe,
fOr their 'extraordinary and immediate power
of restoring perfect health to persons suffering
under nearly every kind of disease to which
the human fraine is-liable.
The following. are among the distressing
'variety.of hninan diseases in which the
- Vegetable Life 111,edlelnes
Are well known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA,' by thoroughly cleansing the
first and second stomachs, and creating a flow
of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind; FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite,
Heartburn, Headache, Restlessness, 111-Tem
per, Anxiety, Languor, and.lielanckoli,, which
are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure;
COSTIVENESS, I by. cleansing the . whole
length of the intestines with a solvent process,
and without violence ; all violent purges leave
the bowels costive; within two days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood
to a regular circulation, through the process
of perspiration int stich cases,- end the -thor
ough solution of all intestinal obstruction in
The Life Medicines have been known to
cure 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 GRAVEL.
Also WORMS, by dislodging from-the tom
ings of the bowels the slimy matter to which
these creatures adhere.
- SCURVEY; ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES, by the perfect. purity , "which these
LIFE MEDICLNES give to the blood, and all
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COI-
PLEXIONS, by their alterative effect upon the
fluids that feed the skin, and the morbid state
of which occasions all "eruptive complaints,
sallow, cloudy, and other disagreeable cow=
The use of these Pills for a very short time.
will effect an entire cure of SALT RIIEUII,
and a strikin g t , improvement in the clearness
of the skin. COMMON COLDS and LNFLU;
ENZA will always be cured by one dose, or
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 AGUE.—For this -scourge of
the Western country, these Medicines will be
tound a safe, speedy, and certain remedy.
Other medicines leare the system subject to
a return of the disease—a cure by these Med.:
icines is permanent—TßY. THEM, BE SATISFIED,
AND BE CURED.
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM
PLAINTS.—GeneraI Debility, Loss of Appe.
tite, and Diseases of Females—the -Medicines
have been used with the most beneficirl re
sults in Cases of this description :—Kings
Evil, and Scorfula. In its worst forms. yields
to the mild yet powerful action of these r&
markable Medicines. Night Sweats, Nervous
Debility, Nervous Complaints of all kinds,
Palpitation of the Heart, Painters' Colic, are
MERCURIAL DISEASES.—Persons Whose'
eonstitutions have become impaired by the
injudicious use of - Menet:ay, will find these
Medicines'a perfect cure, as they never full to
eradicate from the system, all the effects of
Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most pow
erful preparations of Sarsanarilla.
Prepared and sold by W. B. MOFFAT,
335 BROADWAY, NEW-YORK.
For sale by all Druggists.
PARDI FOR SALE.
MBE SUBSCRIBER hoe a Farm, containing
212 acres, which he wishes to sell. Sit
uated in the town of Sweden, about five miles
from the county seat of Potter CO.; about 75
acres under a good state of improvement. on
which is growing ayoung Orchard of various
kinds of Fruit; a. good Barn and Shed ;-a
comfortable House, with water - convenient ;
a good Road through it, and is an enterpris•
ing neighborhood. Soil, Red -Shale; Timber,
Beech and Maple: land nearly level; Title
unquestionable. Any person desiring it good
and cheap property, well adapted for a large
Stock and Sheep Farm,
cannot do better. The subscriber desires to
sell the same because he is engaged in other
TEIi s.—A part can be paid down r and the
balance on time. Any communication-to the
undereigned will be promptly answered.
Address, JOHN B. SMITH.
Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa.
3.1 a; 3. 18430.-34tf,
THE POI JOURNAL'
IS PUBLISHED EVERY TnI3BSDIY M 0851140,1 BY
" Thos.. S. 'Chattel; ' .• -
To whom all Lette;rs and-Corneninicatioes
should beaddresseil; to secure atten!fon:
Terms—invariably in Advatice:,
-, . ~ 4 N.P r•-'• -' . - a
la -. ALBERT :lIIANTANI.Pa :P o ,
I ry - Davin: taken the Shop' - 0 i
a ' - -
11, formerly loecupied by 4 . ,
P. D. CATLIN, - 4
_______ Clark's Corners,
two'miles North of doudersport, Pa., *
- . MI liinds of
Chairs & Cabinet,-Wa e,
such-as -: • • '
CANE, • ,
, and WINDSOR
.; . .• CHAIM .
- • SE WING and TOLE CHAIR
:SMALL ROCKING CHAIRS,
OFFICE and 4 -kg-ROOM CHAIRS.
Tables, - ! ,
- Wash-Stands, , 1, - .
' Cribs, • •
• ; - 1 Common and •1
- , . Cottnge Bedsteads.
Repairing done on the shortest nptice,
anti in the most workmanlike manner. -I
. TIT "itN ING 1 "
done immediately fina to order. All orders
promptly attended to:1 Please give me d call,
and examine foryourSelf. -
ALBERT MAN, lANIAs
March 26.18G0.-28ily. Mlarurfaclui•er.
A Novelty in the Art Wo rld
Secured by letters patent" in the Unit t ed
States,' England, France, and Sel-1
THE AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC PORCELAIN CO..
No. 781 Broodway, N. Y. 4, .
having secured their mivel-and ing,enicis in
vention by American and- European patents,
are fully prepared to execute all orders for
ifinature Likenesses of Persons on Chula,
presenting all the attraelive and advantageous .
features of ordinary photographs, the brillian
cy and finish I of a water-color drawing r ipd a
hitherto unattained quality of durability, by
being rendered as imperishable ns the ndtural
properties of the articles upon which th 4 are
As the patented process of the Company
enables the reproduction of Photographs, not
only on plain . surfaces, but uport such ab are
round or of any degree of irregularity—l-por
traits can be reproduced with faultless accu
racy, and delicacy of delineation, uponlPor-.
celain wares of any description and dimension
used as oracles Of luxury or of household
URNS, VASES, BREAKFAST CUPS, TOILET
thereby sect:rip. , faithful portraits and flienish
ing, a unique ; ari ' d exquisite sytle of °rater!.
ration of-articles' in domestic use.
In order to' furnish facilities for the gratifi
cation of the popular taste, and to ince! the
wants of those patrons of the Fine Art de
sirous of having Portraits on Porcelain; the
Company hare imported from Europe n col
lection of superior porcelain goods, manufac
tured to their own order, which they 611 at
cost prices. f.
As the American Company are ownes of
the patent right; and consequently the I only
persons authorized to use the process, I they
have determined, in order
TO AFFORD `PEOPLE IN EVERY
OF THE UNION
au opportunity to possess I
PORTRAIT'S ON CHINA, I
to make the following propos.tion to. I
RESIDENTS IN THE COUNTRY, WHOIARE
UNABLE TO VISIT PERSONALLY
THE ATELIER AND GALLE- I
• RIES IN NEW YORK.
Persons sending a phOto,graph, ambi ritype,
or dimuerreotype to the office of the Com
pany in New York, accdmpanied by I.
will receive in return express, free of Other
A RICHLY - ORNAMENTED BREAKFAST
CUP AND SAUCER. WITH THE I • •
PORTRAIT TRANSFERRED `
By transmitting a daguerreotype and
they will secure in likelmanner,
A HANDSOME FRENCH VASE OR TOILET
with the. portrait reproduced by the pat;nited
process. By sending d pair of daguerreotypes
they will receive in return
A PAIR OF RICH SEVRES VASES,
with the portraits exe6ited equal to miniature
paintings; and, in like manner, portraiti can
be reproduced on porcelain wares or '1
VASES OF EVERY ' QUALITY OF FINISH,
ranging in price from .
TWENTY TO O 3 E HUNDRED DOLLARS
THE PAIR. 1
N. 13.—8 e particular in Writing the address;
town. county and State distinctly.
All letters to be addressed to
"Manager, American Photographic Porcelain Co."
4-3 m. 781 Broadway N.IY.
P. A. STEBBINS,
,haring sold out his Stock
of Goods, is desirous of closing up his !msi
ness All persons indebted to him are re
lnested to call inunediatety and settle itheir
accounts. His books will be found at the
Store of E. IsT,STEBBINS & BRO.
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF GRAIN,
Flo:ar, -Meal, Feed. &d,..
constantly on hand and.for sale,
WHOLESALE cilia RETAIL
at fair pricey.
Coudersport, Sept 4, 1860.
THE HIGHEST PRICE I
Pay's for 'tuition
tic. and Lectures.
Boprd $ wei
.Usual time Ilmn
dent, upon gradue
tent to manage
and. qualified. to,
• - • 5' 0 0--
Studenti eater :
Review at pleasnro
and, Ohio Stete F 4
Fairs of the Unior
"of Circulars, - Spi
lie%• of the Col-leg
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HOWAR U ASSOCIATION,.
PHIL ADELP .fil A.
A Benevolent Institution established by sp ec k,
Endowment, for the Relief of the Sick and X,
tressed,- afflicted with Virulent and Spider
Diseases, and especially for the. Cure of Div
rams of clip i Setrutd _Organs.
EIDICAL ADVICE given graffs i by tit
Acting. Surgeon, to all Who apply by
letter, .with a description of their condition (
(age, oCcupatien, habits of life, .te.,) and in
cases of extreme p 0 .% erty, Medicines furnisbetf
free of charge. - ,
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrbcen,
and other Diseanes'of the Sexual Organs, i 4
on the NEW REMEDIES employed in the Dia ,
pensary, sent 'to the afflicted in sealed letter
envelopes, free of charge. Two or three
Stamps for postage will be acceptable.
Address, .DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGIITCN i
Acting Surgeon, Howard Assoelation i • No. ?l
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Byer.
der of the Direetors. -
EZRA D. 'HARTWELL; resident.,
GEO.. FAIRCHILD, Secretary. • :
MOUNTAIN HERB PILLS.
Anovr, we present you with a perfect like—
ness of Tezuco t a chief of a tribe of tlcstrange-
Mee Nation, that once ruled Mexico. Ton
will find a full account of him and= Lis people•
in our Pamphlets and Almanacs—to .he -bad'
gratis, from the Agents for these Pills.
The inventor -and manufacturer of- "Jud
son's Mountain Herb Pills," has spent the.
greater part of his life in traveling, having .
visited nearly every country in the world.— •
He spent over six years among the - Indians or
the Rocky Monti' allill3 and of Mexico, and it
was thus that the ." SIOUNTAIR HEBB Picts'':
were discovered. A very interesting account
of his adventures - there, you will find in our
Almanac and Pamphlet.
It is an established fait, that all diseases
The blood is the life and and when any foreigF
or unhealthy matter gets mixed_ With it, it is
at once distributed to every organ of the.
body. Every nerve feels the poison, and all
the vital organs quickly complain. The stom
ach will not digest the food perfectly. The
liver ceases to secrete a sufficiently of bile.
The action of the heart is weaketied, and se
the circulalion is feeble. The lung; become
clogged with the poisonous matter ; 'hence, a
cough-- -and all from a slight impurity at the
fountain-head of life—the Blood I As if yea
had thrown some earth, for Instance, in a
pure spring, from which ran a fitly rivulet, in
a few minutes the whole course of the stream
becomes disturbed and discolored. As quick•
ly'does impure blood fly to every part, and
leave its sting behind. All the passages he.
come obstructed, and unless the obstructiott
is removed, the lamp of life soon dies out,
These pills not only purify the blood, but
regenerate all the secretions of the body ; they
are therefore unrivalled as' a
CURE FOR 1111,10 US DISEASES,
Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, dc. This.
Anti-Bilious Medecine expels from the blood
the hidden seeds of disease, and renders all
the fluids and secretions pure and .fluent r
clearing and resuscitating the vital organs.
Pleasant indeed, is it to us, that we are
able to place withiii your reach, a medicine•
like the "Mountain Herb Pills," that will pass
directly to the afflicted parts, through ths•
blood and fluids of the body, hnd_ cause the
sufferet. to brighten with the flush of beauty
Judson 's Pills are.. the Best Remedy in ex
(deuce for the !oilman§ complaints:
Bowel Complaints„ Debility, Inward Weak ,
ness; Coughs, Colds, Chest Diseases, Costive ,
ness, Dyspepsia, Diarrhea, Dropsy, Hod ,
aches, Indigestion, Influenza, Inflemmatio*
Piles, Stone, and Gravel, Secondary Symp ,
GREAT FEN A T.V% MEIHOINES I
Females who value health, should never be ,
without these Pills. They purify the blood s ,
remove obstructions of all kinds, cleanse the ,
skin of all pimples and blotches, and _bring:
the rich color of health to the plae -cheek.
Deir The Plants and Herka of which these
Pills are made, were discovered in a iery sar
i:wising way among the Tezucans, a tribe of
Aborigines in Mexico. Get the Almanac of
our Agent, and you will read with delight,
the very interesting account it contains of the
" GRIDIT MEDICINE" of the Aztecs.
Observe.—The Mountain Herb Pills ere
put up in a Beautiful Wrapper. Each box con
tains 40 pills, and retail at 25 cents per box. All
genuine,• hare the signature of B. L. 'JUDSON
d• CO., on each box.. - .
B. E. JUDSON. - ed CO.
No. 50 Leonl6l Street,
' NEW YORK. '
Agents wanted always—Address an above.