The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, August 21, 1861, Image 4

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    aIEROES - OF;'!PEACE
AND •
HEROESA 01 1 1-W4R.
PITOT °GRAPHIC PORTRAITS, •
i.x,on Bristol Board sultabio (trilliums
PU81.18116 AND SOU) Fir — "
E. ANTHON
5. , 1 Broadway*, NeW York.
, Pecial arrangement we publish in add
t..) other portraits the celekatea Collection
!suown both in Europeind Anierica as
s National Photographic Portrait Gallery.
• dy's collection of 'lmperial . Photographs
ly considered one of, the, lions of New
.tnd in the Photographic ropy:Auctions
e every Centi•e - table/can 'now have an
nal attraction in a miniature Brady's
J. Among our publications are:
trn Lincoln r Jefferson Davis,
pal :Hamlin, . ' , Lady Davis, -
I. Seward, Alex. H: Stephens,
P., Chase, Robt. ,Toombs,
:1 Cameron, - Howell Cobb;
•
7nniery Blair, Henry a. Wise,
.rd Bates, . John Tyler,
cn Wats, Gen'l Beauregard,
') Gen'l tee,;
' Scott, . John B. Floyd,
:.3ht. Anderson, •Jacob Thompson,:
' P.'F: Thomas,
John Q. E . lreckiriridge,
Gov. JokuA
;worth,
tler,
John CipMono,
~tlifield,
.'ruont,' •
1 V. Johnson, L. .G. Wigfall, Beti Mc
,, Lieut. Maury, Col. Lander, Stephen
. Maj.. Gen. John A. Dix, Maj. Oen.
aks. • Henry Ward' Beecher, Oliver
Holmes, Horace Greeley, Prof. Morse,
lis, James Gordon Bennett, William
t,Washidgton Irving, Henry Clay,An
•kson,CommcidoiePerry,Dr.E.K.Kane,
udubou ti Mvs. Sigourney, Mrs. Gen'l
as.Sumer,Gay.AndriW,J.J.Critten
ce of Wa es, Duke of lieweastle, Za
,•tor,Geor,„cre Bancroft, Lathrop L.Mot
lonston, J. Q. Adams, Emerson Eth
.drew .Johnson, l Parson Brownlow,
-heroic daughter,
tOgether with
) others, to which additions are be-
Catalogue on ieeeip of stamp,
a PORTRAITS $3 PER tOOZEN. Can
:ail. Remittances may be made in
nps.
trgc collection of Photographs of
-aid Europeans, Emperors, Kings,
.rshals, Generals, Dukes, Lord6.Au
.:ors, Actresses, Politicians and Cler
-25 to 50 cents each) according to
~ ,1 quality.
blishmeut is also head-quarters for
:lUTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS •
,nt of the best French' rnanufactu
manufacturer unaer a patent of
We have a large,assortment, vary
:e feorn 90 cents to $5O, and holding
,irtraits up, to $6OO. Also folding
. lorrocco or cloth for the pocket, to
6,8, or 12 portraits.' Also various
framing , card portraits, of carved
-t•11, paper;• composition, etc., of ele
, 1 tasteful designs.
••lotographers now in the field are daily
SCENES OF THE PRESENT WAR
• vs of points and things of interest,.
•1 size, for albums. and in stereoscopic
• for instance, The' Seventh Regiment
Cameron—ln the Trenches—Cooking
' tl3—The Gymnasts—The Junction—,
to's—Laura Keene',s—General Street
the Camp, etc.-Also the Relay House
up scenes and scenery thereabout.
per's Ferry beforeand'after the scenes
-action. Together with various other
.of note. Card size 25 cents each , Ste
.ole 33 cents.
-les who would like a lot of these camp
to select from—the balance to be re
-1 ,u good order at their own expense;
;about delay—can be adcommodatedon
proper New York reference.
STEREOSCOPES AND !VIEWS.
‘e establishment:is the great emporium
:erything in the stereoscopic line, and oar
it.nent is the most complete probably of
world.
• titereoscepels the most; instrvetive,inter
. kvertaining,\ amusing and exciting of mod-
Iventions.. '
,e are too young, none too old, none too
.Izent, none.too uneducated, to acknow
it? worth and beauty.
.oute is complete - witliut it, audit will
! ._Atst penetrate everywhere.
wesents to your ; view every part of the
-t. in all the relief, boldness, perspective
mrpriess of detail, as if you were on the
We have an immense ;variety of views
,•s in Paris, London, England, Scotland,
Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
Spain, The Rhine, Versniles St
O'nntainbleau, Tuilleribs, Turkey,
Athens, the Holy Land, China, India,
~ Palace, also Groups Historical, amu-
Inrriage scenes, breakfast scenes, plc
.;atuary, etc., etc. An exquisite assort
:l Illuminated Interiors of Palaces,. Chu-r
-and Cathedrals, of France, Italy, ete.etc.
;?tilect of these illuminated views is most
' , oily's Instantaneous Stereoscopic Views
latest Photographic wonder. They
tn in the fortieth part of a second, and
is 'no matter how rapidly it may be
. is depicted as sharply and distinctly
' , ad been perfectly at rest. This gives
ional value, for to the beauties of in-,
nature it adds the .charm of life and:
The process is a; discovery of our]
being unknownlin Europe, we reJ
`;(.; orders from London and Paris for
Instantaneous 'Views of American
oenery.
italogue of snbjects and prices will be
, d to any addreSs 'on receipt of stamp
at a distance sending us $3,55,510,
' or $23, can have'a good instrument
• pictures as they may request, sent
Views alone (without instru
,be sent by nmit..
E., Anthony,
501 Broadway, New York,
• •zonth of St. Nicholas' Hotel,)
'abd • lanufacturer of Photographic
,
stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views
rehants from every section of the
.i,respectfully invited to make au
a of our stock. l
rnphers. Our Bulletin of Photd
‘'eation and Ipiprovemetit
address on aPplication.
this out for fUture reference.l
HEM) following is an
m a letter written by the pastor hf
hutch to the! "Journal and Men
rinnati. °hie, and speaks volumes
that world-renowned medic
SOOTTNG STEEP POE
CIIIL
UN4:;
an advertisement in your columns
Soothing Syrup. Now we
1. a word in favor of a patent medi
a in our life, but we feel compelled
rout readers, that this is no humbug
PINED. IT, AHDENOW-- ; 1.1' TO DE ALL'IT
It is, probably, one of the most sic
_ 3edl*es of the day, because it is one
...!st; 'And those of your readers who
can't do better than to lay in a
AYER'S'
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CATHARTIC
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PILES
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Ara. pin slck, feeble # and
,;templainingt - Aro you put of
order, with- your system de
ranged; and your feelings un
comfortable, These symp
•touis are often the prelnde to
- salons Illness. Some lit of
sickness is creeping upon you,
and should be averted i by a
timely use of the right rem
edy. Take Ayer's and
cleanse out the disordered hu
mors— purify the blood, and
'let the tinkle move on unoin
structed in health lignin.
They stimulate the functions
of the bodyinto vigorons ae,
tivity; purify the aystent from
; • ,
the obstructions which intake
disease. A cold settles somewhere in the body; and ob
structs Its natural functions. These, H . not relieved,
react upon themselves and the surrounding organe, pro
ducing general ' aggravation, suffering, and disease.
Mile in this condition, oppressed by the dendngethents,
take Ayer's Sills, and see how directly they restore the
natural action of the system, and with it the bnoyant
feeling of health again. What is true and so apparent In
this trivial and common complaint, is also true itumany
of the deep-seatedund dangerous distempers. The' eame
purgative effect expels therm Caused by similar olistruc-
Sonsland derangements of the natural functions of the
boy,ithey:are rapidly, and many', of Abend surely; cured
by the same means. None who heady the virtues of those
neglect to employ them when suffering from,
the disorders they cure.
Statements from leading pliyaltlans in some of tho
principal cities, and from other well known public per.
.Fkonz a .Fbroarding Mercha n t aF. Louis, 11. b. 4 i , 185%
.
Area.Da Your Pills are the paragon'of all that is
great, in medicine. , They have cured my little daughter
of aloe:Tam sores upon her hands and feet that had proved
insurable for years. Her mother has been long' griev
ilindy afflicted with blotches and . pimples on her ekin and
In her hair. After our child was cured, she ;esti tried
your s Pills, and they bare cured laer. .
' • • I ASA. MORGRIDGE.'
As As Family, Physic. •,•
From Dr. E. 'in Clertwriglit, New Orleans.,
Your Pills are the prince off ptirges. Their excellent
qualities surpags any cathartic we possess. They are
mild. but very itertain and effectual in their sale/lon the
bowels, which makes them invaluable to min the daily
treatment of disease. j
liendaphe,Slcliclienclaclie,roul Monach.
From Dr. Edward Boyd, Baltimore.
bin. Mo. Ann: I cannot answer you What complaints
I have CUM, with 'your Pills better than to say allthat we
trej treat with a purgative medicine. I place greatdepeu
detrie on an effectual cathartic in my daily contest with
disc so, and believing as I do that your Pills afford. us the
beep we have, I of course value them highly.
Errrinuna, Pa., May 1,1955.
DR. J. C. Aron.. Sir: I havaheen repeatedly cured of
the :worst headache any body can have by a dose:or too
,f your Pills. It seems to arias from a foul stomach,
whith they cleanse at once.
. . Yours with great respect ; ED. W. PREDLE,
Clerk of Steamer Clarion.
Bilious Disorders ..- 7 Liver Compliifints.
From Dr. Theodore 13r71,V Irew York ary.,
lot only are your Pills admirably adapted to their pur
pose asan aperient, but r find their beneficial effeOsupozz
tho Llrer verfmarked Indeed. They hate in my prac
tice proved more effectual for the cure of bilioies com
plaints than any one remedy I can mention. I sincerely
rejoice that we bare at length alpurgative whichis wor
thy the confidence of the profession and the people.
•
DEPAUTSIECT OF THE /NTERIOIi, 1
"Washington, .1) C:', ith Feb., 1850. j
Sm: I have used your Pills in my general and hospital
practice ever since you made them, and cannot heiltate to ,
say they are the best cathartic Ise employ. Their regu- '
lating action on the liver is tiiiielc and doeided copse-',
quitatly they . araan admirals remedy for derangements '
of. tliat organ. Indeed, I have seldom found Weaso of
bilious disease so obstinate that it did not readily yield to.'
the= Fraternally yours, : ALONZO BALL, li. D.,
.I'hysioian of the Itarine Hospital.
Dysentery, Dlarrlicen, Relax, worms. 1
.FS•om. Dr. T. G. Green, of Chita4o.
'Your Pills have had a long;trial in my practice, and I
hold them in esteem as one of the best aperients I have
ever felled. 'Their altemtife effect upon the liver makes
them an .•seellent remedy, when given in small doses for
bilious dysentery and diarrheern Their sugar-coating
Makes them very acceptable and'eonvonieut for the use
of women and children.
Dyspepsia, Impttitty of the BIE;ood.
Front Rev. V. Mutes, l'ustor of Adrent Church, Boston
Da. Arcot: I hare used your Pills with extraordinary
success in my family and among those I am calletl to visit
In distress. To regulate the organs of digestion anti
purify the blood, they aro the very best remedy I have
ever known, and I can confidently recommend them to'
my friends. Yours, J. V. .11.1311.
Weasel; Wyoming Co., N. Y., Oct. 24,
DEAD. SIB: I am using your Cathartic,Pills in my prac
tice, and find them an .excellent purgative to cleanse the
*stein and purl& the Aunlains thellood. '
JOUN O. MEACIIANI, 31'. D.
Constipation, Costtreness, SiipprcissiOn,
rtheuxuatisot, Gout, Neuralgia,;DrOp.
By, Paralysis, Pits, etc.
From Dr. J. F. langlth, Montreal, Ctnochi. II
' Too much cannot be said of your Pills for the cure of
costiveness. If others of our fraternity have Maud them
as efficacious as I have, they should loin me In proclaim
ing it for the benefit Of the multitudes who suffer front
that complaint, which, although bad enough in itself, It
the progenitor of others "that are Worm. I believe cm'.
fineness to originate in the liver, but your Pills affect that
Organ and care the disease.
Front Mrs. T. Snarl, Physician and Midwife; .1. - kistan.
flied one or two large doves of your Pills, talten rit the
proper time, lire excellent proniot Ives of tile natitrat seem.
!time molten wholly or partially suppressed, and t also'very
!effectual to cleanse the stowed& and tried teensy. They
are so much the best physic we hare that I recommend
no other to my patients.
Front the Rec. pr. Hatek.es,ilf the Methodist .6 . Church.
. • PULASKI linear, Savannah, Ga..-dan.A 1856.
Itoxottna Sin: I should. ho ungtuteful: for ~ the relief
your skill has brought mo if I did not report my case to
. you. A cold settled itt n trly limbs and brouglWon excru
ciating neuralgic pains, `which ended in chronic. rhettma.
Notwithstanding I had the best of physicians, the
disease grew worse and work, until by the advice of your
excellent agent in Baltimore Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your
Pills. Their effects were slow, but sure. By persevering
in the use of them, I , am now entirely well.
SENATE Rittman, Baton Rouge, La., 5 Dec. 1855.
by. Area: I have been entirely cored, by your Pills, of
Rheumatic Gout—a painful disease thetimd afflicted mo
for years. 'VINCENT SLIDELL.;
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2Z.rlliest of the Pills in market contain' Mercury,
which, although a valuable remedy,in skilful hands, is
dangerous in a palle pill, from the dreadful conse
quences that frequently follow its incautious tat.. ' These
contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever. I
Price, 25 cents per 3:iox, or 5 Boxes for $1:
Prepared by Dr. 7.0. AYES & CO.; Lowell,
Sold by.C. S. & E. A. Jones, CondeiSport ;
Mann Sr. •, N. J. Mills, 'Coles
burg; Colwell & Lyman, Roulet ' • Ai Corey &
Son, Ulysses; A B. Horton, Cushingville ;
and by Dealers generally '
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POTTER JOURNAL
•• PUBLI6IIED 111:
M. W. 111cAdar4ey, Proprietor .
$ . 1.00 VEIL YEAR., 'INyARIABLY ADVANCE.'
* * *Devdted to the'cause of Republicaniim,
the interests of Agrhs,plture, the advitheement
of Education, and the best good Of Potter
county. Owning, no guide except that of
Principle, it will nut:tearer to aid in the work
of more fully Freedomizing our Country-.
ADVERTISEITENTS-allSprteu at, the :following
rates, except where bargains are ' made :
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Adminiatr'atoes or Executor's NotiCe,
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Business Cards, 8 lines.or less, per 3i,ear 5.! 00 ;
Special and Editorial Notices, per line,: 110,
ter All transient advertisements must! be
paid in advance, and ; .no notice will bb taken
of advertisements from a distance, unless they
Ilire accompanied by i the money or satisfactory
reference. ' i . .
Blanks, and Zob Work of all kindi;ati
tended to promptly and faithfully. : , .
VOIllt."'-iTTENTIONI
FOR A MOMENT,
=II
IF ' YOU PLEASE:
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T HE SUBSCRIBER SUBCRIBER:Iuts just received a new
stook OA
DESIRABLE
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Dir4ct from New York, consisting of.
i • DRY GOODS, GROCE- • •
RIES of 'all kinds,
' HARDWARE CROCK I
ERY, BOOTS SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, latest
1 styles, READY-MADE
CLOTHENG, _DOMES- ;
- TICS, such as SHEET
) INGS, , GICKS, BATTS, •
&c.---in short, all kinds of goods usually kept
in a,
1 .COUNTRY STORE.
All of whigh frill be sold very low for
e
'REAP PfiV
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The abore-named stock of Goods is now
bpep, and!for sale`at the
Ne'w Brick store
near CdnDeld's Flouring Mill, a few rods east
of tile Allegliany' Bridge,
IN COUDE.RSPOR,T,
where the proprietor would be pleased to re
ceire calls from his old customers and as ma
ny new, ones as feel disposed to
DEAL WITH Lulu.
; Tile market price paid for all kinds of
FARMERS' PRODUCE
in exchange for Merchandise
, .
cO ' tteti eitt(ir,
* COLLINS SMITH
Coudersrort, Tan. 2, 1861.-15-Gmo.
10011 870RE2
Main above Third St.,
COUDERSPORT, PA. _
Iq. W.,ffiA2ol, Pnorazzrou.
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;BOOKS, MAPS, -
GLOBES,
BLANKS— '
DOCKETS- ,
LEDGERS
, ' DAY-BOOKS
RECEIPT-BOOKS;
MEMORANDUMS, .
PASS-BOOKS,
DIARIES,
PORTFOLIOS,
. HERBARIUMS,
•, LETTER-BOOKS k
INVOICE-BOOKS.
Greek, Latin, French and German Text-
Beoks.
All 'Vidal Books :used in the county
kept on hand, or immediately procured
when:desired.
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when
desired.
A good assortment of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw
ing Materials, Water Colors, .kc,
BIBLES, TESTAMENTS,
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds.
MUSIC - BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC.
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon BOards Chess
Men, kc., .ke.' PRODUCE of all kinds taken
in exchange for Books, Sc. - [ll-34] .
THE HEROES or PEACE
EEO
THE LIEROES OF,WAR
E. Anthony, No. NI. "Btoadway,:New York,
is now publishing, in addition to otherfpor
traits, the celebrated collection known in Eu
rope and America as •
Brady's Rational Photographic Portrait Gallery,
in which is included Portraits of nearly all the
prominent men of America, not excepting Jeff
Davis, Gen Beauregaxtl, Floyd, and a host of
other, confederates. Price of Portraits, $3,00
Per dozen. Can be sent by mail. , .
Scenes of the War for the Union, •
are published; card, size,,and -in Stereocopic
form. Also,
Stereoscopic views of scenes in Paris, Lon
don' and in other parts of England and Trance,
in Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Holland, Switier
laud, Spain, on the Rhine, in Athens, Egypt,
Turkey, the Holy Land, Chiba, India, Cuba,
/tc., Fza, aeinfinflon.
Our InstantanPous Stereoscopic 'Views are
The Greatest Wonder of the Age.
These are taken in the fortieth part of a second
and the rushing of water,the moving of leaves.
or the march of an army, does not in the least
affect the taking -of these views. They are
sold fOr $3 per dozen.
We have alio on hand and manufacture the
artiest assortment of Stereoscopes, Photo
raphic Albums, and Photographic Materials
in the United States, And perhaps in the world
Catalogues, containing lists`of all our Pot
traits, Views, Stereoscope; &c., sent tree"-by
mail, on receipt of n stamp.
E. ANTHONY, 501 Broadway,
jvly near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York.
BLANKS of all kinds for sale at this Office
Deeds, Warrants, BAmcntions, Summons,
Subpoenas; Constable Sales, Township. and
School Orders, Notes of all kinds—kept on
hand and printed to order. JOB WORK at
tended to promptly, and at prices to suit the
times Give us a trial.
The Rochester Straw-Cutter.
OLMSTED & KELLY, Cohdersport, have
the- exclusive agency for, this celebrated
machine, in this county: It is covenient, du
rable, and CHEAP. Dec. 1, 1860.-42
ADVERTISE.
A DVERTISB in theJOIIII2CAL ! it 18 the on
ly paper - in Potter county, and is a good
medium through which to reach the people of
all districts.
.... par t .. uxYg' , . , - —-: ---
bustion in Hydrogen. , Sanctioned by - the
highest Medieal Anthorities,:hoth;.iri lEitrope
and the .Uniqd States,: and prescribenntheir
practice. I , . - i
The experience of 'thousands dailyi proves
that no preparation of Iron Can be caalpared
with it. Impurities 'of the blood; depression',
of Vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly
complexions indicates its neessity in almost;
every conceivable case. I r ;
Innoxious in all maladies in which it htis
been tried, it has proved absolcitOly curatiVe
in each of the following!com plaints, Viz : . 1
. - liDetoilfty, Nervous Affect:ow, Emcdiciation;i,
_Dyspepsia, Constipation, Diarrhceet, Dysentery;
Incipient Consumptioh, , Scrofellous Tuberculosis,
1 Salt Rheum Ifismenitntation, "Whites, Chlartisii,
LiOer Complaints, Chrohie Bela, daches, Rheuma
tisM, intermittent Fevers, ; Finiples on the Face j
i tcj'
In Cases of General Debility, Whether the
result, of acute disease, or of Ithe continued di
minution of nervous arid muscular energy.
from ChroniC complaints, one trial ofdhis res
torative has proved successful to an extent,
which no description nor vilritten attestation '
would render credible. '-Invalids so hang bed
ridden as to have become forgotten In their
OlVla neighborhoods, "have suddenly re-ati
peared in the • busy world as if just rt.turned
from protracted travel in a distant land.—
Some very signal instancesl of this , kind are
attested.to female Sufferers, emaciated victims
of apparent inapsnius, ' santmitteous; exhaus-I
tion, critical changes,: and plat complication'
of nervous and despentic ni j ersion to air and
exercise for which the phylcian bas]no name.'
In Nervous .Affections of ll kinds, and for
reasons faMiliar to medicalen, the operation
I
ofthis preparation of iron' must necessarily !
be salutary, for unlike the did oxids; it is vig-:
orouSly tonic - without being exciting and
oVerlieating ; and gently, regularly; aperient,
even !in the most obstinate leases of costive
ness Without ever being a gastric purgative;
or inflicting a disagreeable tsensation. 1
It Is this hitter :proper-4y, among others,'
which makes it so remarkable effectual and
permafient a remedy for' Piles, upon: which it I
also appears to exert a distinct and specific
action, by dispersing the local tendency which ' I
form them. . i 1
, IDyspepsia, innumerable! as are its causes 1
a 'single box of these •Challeate Pills has of- 1
ten sufficed for the most li bitual eases, in-
chiding the attendent Costa:dna:. 1
In unchecked Diarrhoea, eteh when advanced
td Dysentery, confirmed, emaciating, and ap- '
parently -malignant, the ;effects have been
equally decisive and astonishing. ' • 1
In I the local pains, loss off fresh and strength,
debilitating cough, and remient hectic,which
genetally indicate Incipient onsuniption, this
remedy has:allayed the alJir of
. friends and
physicians, in several'ver : atifying, Ond in. 1
teresting instances. I 1
1 1
lii'l Scrofulous Tubercul s - .3, this jmecated
iron,bas had far more than he good erect of t
. the Most cautiously balan e preparations of
iodine, Without any of th i well knowl,zi lia
bilities. iI ! I .
' The attention of fenudes, cnnnot be top con-
fidently invited to this renrgy and restdrativc,
in the cases peculiarly .affecpng them.
!lallheumatism, both chronic and inflam-.
rnatdry—in the latter,fhon, iver, more 'decid
edly-I,dt has been invariu.bly well reported,
beta as alleviating pain rind reducing- the
swellings and stillness of t joins anti must.
cles.! ' •
In Intermittent FeTert it ;must .neceparily
be a great 'remedy aud energetic Irestotative,
and its progress in the ne,v settlements of the
West, will probably ,be one of high renown
and usefulnez. , •s.
No remedy has ever berldiscovereciffn the
whole - history of medic-in vhichmscrt smell
prompt, happy, and fully tCptoratiye of lcls.-
good appetite, Complete}llg, estion,
quisition 'of strength, with fin. unusual dispo
sition for 'active and!cheeki c ,nl exercise, flume
diately follow its usi. I
Put tip in neat flat metalPboxes! contitining
50 pills, price 50 ccrits/ - perlbex: !for gale by
druggists and dealers. VSI - ill bclsent free, to
any' address on receipt of price. 411 let
ters; orders, etc., shciuld t addre;ssed to .
B. B. LOCKE & Co., .gtneral Agents, - !
20 Cedar St., N. Y
'FURNITIRE I ,
,1 ,W. 11. COATS,
Baying enlarged and rditted his W E
ROOMS, at
. ,
- WELLSVILLE,
has now on hand and will keep eonstantly for
sale, a larger and betteri. rietyl of Ciabinet-
Ware and Chairs, than ha e ever been Wilfred
_in this section of the Coil try. i
His stock of common w rk hai . never beenl .
equalled. Having made xtiensive additlens
to his assortment of: 1 1
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, PARLOR. FU lITURE; ,
i f
be has now on hand Plain,3 hogany & Mar
bletop Bureaus, Card tab 4 Csi Marble top Oide
and Centre tables, Fruit o.nc, - Toilet st ds,
Marble top. Wash stands.
•: )- '- • '
; I
COTTAGE` ,
1 1 !AND
. I' . /
; I -
, - t : ,F I EENCH i
BEADSTEADS. COl7ll-43,! SOFAS,.
AND TETE-A ' 7 Ep,
new and beautiful Yarieti s. ,
Canti, Seat, ltahcfgany; Hoc neFid Easy "its,
&c 4 &c. i •
In fact every thing . in tl e ltne:of 1
jELTRN,,
ca. be found at his estatolis iwent. Ha,'ving
the best facilities for manhfa, tuning and Ipur
chasing hiq stock fOr casli, ',.„
He will not be fUndersol
15,
Those wishing tci buy,l wOl save at ; east
twenty-five per cent, byl calling on - 1. H.
Coats. : 1
READY MID ' GDFFIBTS
'of.all sizes kept constan ly, lon hand. . P
s• - onal attendance with he re when requOF
I; - ' V.H. COX'
1 ;Wellsville, Nov. 1, 196
Adininistiato
WHEREAS, letters .1
the estate of RLIFII.
late of, Jackson "Pp., P
granted to the suhseribet
notice is bereby.gi:iren to
themselVes indebted .to
immediate payment; and
will present them duly
tlement. P.EfiDELI
February . 28, 1861
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1 ^ •
iLIFEIPILIS 4 D - ri Orr.xl.urrTß.RsJ,
miIESE }aDic
TS - ha ve now beenbefore
1 the p lie; foya pertoa pll s Y mei
andldnringithat t e.tivesnaintained a high
.character itC,alino t q,bry. p4rt IP the,. plost:.;
'fnetheli ektfaord nary 'arid itlineiliate po*er
s ta.
Of restoring perk t heaOhiciperSOusstiffering
Wunder neatly eve :
,kind of, diseaae to Which
the human:fraine - Hate: LI r _" :!_'!'' ~
: The following. "re -a ong thei 'Ellifteisin:
i variety, of bnniatc, diseases in whieh the, 1 ; ,: !.
7 yieg4,abl :' Like ‘llAedicties,-... ' 1
Are well i'neWn ri he infallible.
DYSPE?SrA, . y thoroughly cleansini th:,
first Sind second omachs, and creating a fto':
of pure healthy bile, i4tead of the stale r ,i: an
hcridjkindf;iFLATULENCY, Logi of'Appetite
Heallburn; llead,ache, Restlessness,' Ili-Ten;
per, Ansieti, Laniguor, ruildelarickely, ir_hie 1
are the general. Sympt ros,of TioybTepsia,,wil
ivanish, as : - ai not r at conseq:nence of its ;Cure
COSTIVENE , bylrcleansing the whole
lengtit of the int" -tines with a solvent prcicess
and Withent viol nee ; all violent purgesle' aye
the hoWelScoSti 6 within two days. "I'l
..FRVERS;of al kind* by restoring-the hipo.
to a icgulai_circ lotion, through the pqcess
of Iperspiratiori i such' cases, , and the I fiec
ongh so;nliort - o all intestinal obstruction
others. '1 1
,
I 'Tile TADS Med
curei RHEUMA , 1
Weeks, and, GO 1')
moving looaf in'
arid liganiehts o
'DROPSIES
strengthening t
l op'erate ixiOst del
orgains, 'and beni
thinlreznedy For
' !Also WORM
ingsl of thei bow l
tliese creatures
SCIJRNTY 7 Ii
SORES; b3t the!
LIFF.
the humors. -
SCORBUTIC
PLEXIONS,
fluids thitifeed
,
of Whielf deem
sallOw, cloudy,
plexions, 1.,
The nse of thjese Pills 'for a v'ery.short'tim.e,
NS ill effebOan entire .11re of SALT . Ire
and a stdiking, ilaipioTement in . the ,clearness
of the skid:, COIMON COLDS and INFLU
ENZA will 'always be' cured byl one dose, or
by iwo iii;t4e - Worst (lases: ' 1 ;
/
PILES.---l'h original proprietOr. of . .,these
3ledicines;
by
cure .Of Pilci of 3:73 :„Tetirs
standing, by th i e use of the LIFE MEDICINES
alone.__l_
I. IiEVER,'AN I
theilVestei•U co
round a safe, s
gthei• medicin
a return of the
'canes is, peruue
•
AND BE CORED. 1 ')
RILIOUS FEVERS AND 'LIVER COM
PLAINTS.--General Debility, toss of -Appe
tite, and Disea4.es of Females—lthe Medicines
hake been use witli the most' beneficirl re
sults in cases of this description ::---Kings
Evil, and,'Scorfula, Ili its worst formi, yields
to the mild yet powerful action of th'ese re
malrkable,3ledicines Night Siveats, Nervous
Debility, 'Nervous omplaints! of all ' , kinds,
1,
Palpitation of ' he Heart, Painters' Colic, are
speedily cured 1 t 1
. ikrEact.TAlA. DISEASES.—Persons whose eciistittitions ave become impairedl by the
inrieleus use 3 - lEriccity, Will fidd these
,11 dicines a perfect cure, as they never fall to
eradicate fro rn i the system, alli the eifects of
31ercurY,,infinjtely sponer t than l the mad pow
erful preintratlons of Sarsanarilla.
Prepared add sold.by W. 13.110FfAT, ,
I r • 335 [BItOADIVAT NEW-Y 0115.. 1
For stile by all Druggists. . - r •
1.1 . I I
M .S. WlNSLtriv,• :'
AL ti c:r.Perienced Nurse and Fel - hale Physician,
presents to the attention of!mothers. her
SOOT MING SYRUP, -
1 ' . FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, .
nibich greatl: , facilitates the process of teeth
mg, by softeritig the gums, reducing all in
fhunation 11l allhy ,ALL PAIN and spas ;
Modic:ablion and is - I ;
,
.SURE TO- REGULATE TI - lE'BOWELS
•, , -
Depend !upon it,. =Others, it will give rest to
Frourselli;es, and I ' • .
RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
i I , .
( We Ihave put up and sold !this artcle- for
Over ten
; years. and CAN SAY, LN 'CONFI
DENCE; AND TRUTH of it, Whitt we have
never been able to;sny of any : ether medicine
-'-NEVERAS IT FAILED,'; IN A SINGLE
INSTANCE, TO EFFECT A; CURE, when
timely: used. Never did we know an instance
of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On
the contrary all are delighted-with its opera
tions,!and speak in terms of Comendation of
its magical effects nnd medicdl Virtaeg. We
speak in thislmattei "WHAT WE DO KNOW,"
after ten• years' elxperienee, AND 'PLEDGE
OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FULFILMENT
OF %V:tf.A.T WE HERE DECLARE. 'ln almost
0-cry! instarice where the infant is Suffering
from pam arid exhaugtion, relief will be found
in fifteen orltwenti minutes niter the syrup
administe ed. , . I , , ' •
I This*alunble preparation is anprescriP
tion of the most EXPERIENCED and SKILL
FUL NURSES in New England, and has been
tised,wi,th NEVER FAILING SUCCESS in `!
' THOUSANDS OF; CASES.
1 - • ,
It not'nly. relieves the child from pain, but
invigprntes the stomach and bowels, corrects
acidity; and gives tone and !energy to; the
whole nystcM. It Will almost instantly; re
lieve!.` I . ' I '-
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS, AND w,,LND
, 1 1 I . I , COLIC - ; Ij:
, i 1 .
and overcome convulsions, which, if not spee
dily remedied, end in death. , We; believe it
the:BEST and SURESTREMEDY, IN THE
.WORLD. in all cases, of DYISENTERY-And
DIARRHEA. IN CHILDREN = - whether it arIS es
from, teething, or from any other cause. We
would:,say Ito every mother who his a child
- Suffering from any of the foregoing complaints
,__ J —DO NOTILET ;YOUR PRE.TUDICES, NOR
TIIPIPREJrDICES OF OTHERS, Stand be
tW C ep. , you and your suffering 'child. and the
: relief that will bet StRE—yes,ABSOLUTELY'
; SURit---to'follow the use of this medicine, if
timely; usell. FUR directions for using will
acetimpanyi melt! bottle. None gentine un
)ess !the- fay-simile of CURTIS & PERKINS,
Newi York, is on the outside wrapper., ' -
; Seild by Drug,Tsts throughout the world.'
IPrincipal Office, 13' Cedar St.,
1 :I I } -- 1 1 1 1ie * York:. .
PRICE QNLI a '2S CENTS PER BOTTLE. 1
=I
Per-
Isted.
; 9 4 Iliotice.1 7 :
f administraticni on
,Tllo,llPSON,dic'd,
ottdr co. hare' been
mdse form of law,
.I.lllpersons knoWing
alit estate, to make
flare . b aving claims
th ntmated foe set
63IPSON,
T = N„ Adminars l •
1 1
Sold by,
',port,
icities laie been known
. to
1.5 . 14 perMane4tly in' three
,T in half that; time; by re
amm ticin front. the Muscles
fthe joints. ' :1 i i i, ,
all; inds, 133 , 1 ,freeine t and
ie,kidneys mid bladder'i 'they
iglitt'nlly 'on these. important
j:,
re,haTe ever been fOund a cer
the w rile case:siof ,GROEL:
by d sledging.from the turn
ds th slimy matter to i which
id er h ...,
fLOEBS,'.and . 67VETERATE
perfect
,Purityi which these
giVe to the blood, Mad all
1
ERUPTIONS and BAD .CON
their qlterative effect upon the
the siin,tand the morbid state
one a,l eruptive complaints,
and other disagreeable '.core
AGUE.—For this- scourge of
lintry, these Medicines will be
eedy, gild certain' ; rethedy.—
s learp the system subjebt,
Idiseasei—a cure;by these Med
nent4rtrz TB E. 34 BE BATISFIED;
Dy e 4.
• 43401
6 -11th -7
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C: S.l & E. A. JONES 'Couders
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~ to.ivo tre . ,
- 'OW - anomie 4 z af
: .. " N\A ~.-•7.--. , .-r% 0
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1 .. r - DIURETIONIC CI"
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.--.. ',':,,,,,• ' . 11 :1,8 IrrSrlrialf - ,
". DIVIMI , Ci ' CORMAL
To the'caizena' of New jersey end.Pernisy/roni c :
• ~. • APotheCarieß•4 2 WI", Grocers and
• , .Priv4t ~F amilies. '
Wolfe's Pare Cogaan brandy, - r
Welte's,Pure Iladeria, Sherry and Port Irmo.
. Wolfe's Piro Jamaica and St. Croix•Rtut; \
Weife , o Pure. Scotch and Insh Whisky. ,
.. -.. TILIALIN BOTTLES. •_ ~
1 beg leaye lo call the attention of the,citi.
Z. - OTIS - of - the United States to e .the above Wars
and,nouous, imported by Udolpho Wolfe, of
Nei' York, whOse name IS familiar in 'every
part of this country tor the.parity•of bis tel e .
brated SCHIEDAM SCHEAPPE. _ Mr. Wolfe, i n
his letter` o me; speaking , of the purity of his
Wines,atidiLiqnorsi says : ". I, will stake my
reputation` as - a! than my standing`as a men ,
chant ofthirtyyears' residence in the City of
New York, that all the Brandy and Wines
which I bottle are pure as imported, and of
the best ifaality; and can 'be rehed upon by
every purchaser." , Every bottle has the pro- ,
Prietor's name on the was,' and a far; simile .
of his 'signatrire on the certificate. -The-pub
lic are respectfully invited-to call and exam
ine for,themSelves. For sale atltetail by all
Apothecaries and Grocers in Philadelphia.
GEo. H. ASHTON', No. 832 Market st. Phil.
• Sole Agent foriPlailaufelphia.
Read the following from -the New' York
, , .
Courier: , •-•-- , -
• Ei4oumous ,Busnass 'rou on New Yuan
3.funotri - xi: l -LWeare bappY to ;inform' our fel
low-citizens that there is one place in our city
- where the physician, apothecary, and country
merchant, can, go and .purchase pure Wines
and Liqriors, as pure.as imported, and of the
I hest quality.: We do not intend to give an
elaborate description of this merchant's ex
tensive business, although it will repay any
stranger or citizen to visit Irdolpho Wolfe's
extensive ware-house, Nos. 18, 20 and 22,
Beaver street, :and N 05.17, 19 and 21, Mark
et field street.: His••stock of Schnapps on hand
ready for shipment could not have been less
than thirty thousand cases; the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases—Vintages of 1836 to 1856;
and ten thousand cases of Madeira, Sherry
l j
and Port Wine, Scotch and. Irish- Whisky,
Jamaica and.St, Cr e '
Hum, some very old
and eqyal to any, this conrktry. - -'He also
had three large cellars, filled . with Brandy,
Wine,•&c., in casks, under Custom-House key,
ready for bottling. ' Mr. Wolfe's sales of
Schnapps last year amounted to one hundred
and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in
less than two - years he may be equally sue.
cessful with his Brandies and Wines:
His business merits the patronage of every
loVer of his species. Private fatuities *to
wish pure Wines and LiquorS for.medical use
shou4send their orders direct to Mr. Wolfe,
until einry:A v othecary in the land make up
their minds to . discard the poisonous stuff from
their sheivoS - ,. and replace it with Wolfeht pure
Wines and Liquors.. - . •
..
• ~We understand-Mr. Wolfe, .for the steam ,
,thodatiora of small dealers in the country, pats
up assorted .:dases. of Wines 'and Liquors.—
Such a man. and such a inerchrint, -should be
sustained against his tens of thousands ()fop.
pcinents in the United Slates, who sell mall
ing.but imitations, ruinous alike to human
health and happiness. - [52-6m*
1 . 1 t , 0 I 01; WANT WHISKERS 7
1
1
_
Pp YOU WANT WHISKETIS?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
• DO YOU WANT A MUSTACIIE't
• BELLINGHAM'S
• : aLEBRATPAY
STIMULATING ONGUENT,
For Hie IFfliskerS and h air.
The subscribers take plea- , ure in annonec- 1
ing to the Citizens of the United States, that
they have obtained , the '.Agency for, end are
now enabled to offer to the' American public,'
the abOve justly celebrated and world-re- 1
nowned article. - -
THE STIFIALATING ON GHENT
Is prepared by D . C. P. BELLINGHAM, an em•.
inent physician of London, and is warranted,
to Ming out a thick set of
Whiskers •or , a Mustache,
in from three to six 'weeks. This article is
the only one of the kind used by the-French,
and in London 4.nd Paris it is in universal use.
It is a beautiful, economical,- soothing, yet
stimulating compound, acting as if by magic
upon the roots, causing a beautiful growth of
luxuriant hair. If applied to the scalp, it will
cure tutu:case, and cause to spring up in place,
of the bald 'spots aTine 'growth of new hair :
Applied'according to .directions, it will tom
Ran or towY hair sans,- and restore gray heir
to its originat!color, leaving it soft, smooth
and flexible.' The " ONGUENT is an indis
pensable article - in every gentleman's toilet,
and after one week's use they wonld"not for
any consideration be without it.
The subscribers are the only Agents for the
article in the United states, to whom all OP!
derS Must be addressed. ,
Price One Dollar a box—for sale by all
Druggisis and Dealers ; or a box of the "One
guent " (warranted to' have the desired effect)
will be sent to any who desire it, by mail (di
rect), securely packed, on receipt r4 . _ . 'price and
postage, $l.lB. Apply to or address
IIaRACE L. HEGEMAN & GO,.
• DRUGGISTS, LC..
24 William Street, New' York
cpantss
•
11111 E undersigned vould respectfully inform
thelsurrounding pommunity plat he leas
taken; the rooms formerly occupied by A. G.
Ohndted, where be is prepared to do
AU kinds of Harness; 4700 c
on the shortest • notice. - • •
LONG STRAW • COLLARS.
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a superior article, and need but atrial to
insure their success. 1
Repairing done in ; good style. t
ureingjes, ,Harnes,, and
Hame.straps, Am.; kept constantly on hand.
The public; re invited to call, and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
' S. P. WAIL
• Cocdersport Oct. I.6th, 1860.-
NOTICE.
BRADEVRD COUNTY 'PLOWS AND
, , 1 POINTS,
willbe foto:Whereafter at the store of
E. N. STt,BI3INS'k BRO.. \
ge•A large lot Slat: reecrecd. :
Coudersport, March 20,1861',
_DVERTISE,in the Jour
Only pavzin ti!e-cpc4ity. •