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THE IHEROESS Or• WAR.
Card sizo,oi tristol Bomd s uitablefor Album's
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By special arrangement we publish in add
ition to other portraits the celebratea collectior,
well known both in Europe and America as
Brady's National Photographic Fortran Gallery.
Brady's collection.of Imperial PhotographS
is justly considered one of the lions of New
York, and in the Photographic reproductions
of these every centre table can
,now. have an
sdditional attraction in a miniature' Brady's
,Gallery. Among our publications are
• Abraltim Lincoln, Jefferson Davis,
Hannibal - Ludy Davis,
Wm. H. Seward, Alex. H. Stephens, •
'Salmon- P. phase, . Robt. J. Toombs,
Simon Cameron, Howell Cobb,
MontgomerY Blair, . Henry, A. Wise,
- Edward Bates, - John Tyler,
Gideon Wells, Gael Beauregard,
Caleb F. Smith, . Gen'l Lee, •
Gen'l Scptt, John B. Floyd,
001. Rebt.-Anderson, Jacob Thompson,:
`Major Stemmer, ••, P. F. Thomas,.
Col: Ellsworth, John C. Breckinridge,
Gen'l Butler, Gov. John Letcher,
Gen'l. Mansfield, John Bell,
Col: Fremant, • John C. Calhoun, •
Ifers,chell V. Johnson, L. O. \Vigrall, Ben- Me-
Cnllhugh, Ideut.llaury, Col. Lander, Stephen
A. Hauglas, Maj. Gen. John A:Dix, Maj. Gen.
N. Ai Banks. Henry Ward Beecher, Oliver
Wendell Holmes, Horace Greeley, Prof. Morse,
N. P; Willis, James Gordon Bennett, William
C. Beyant,Washington Irving, Henry Clay, An
Johrfi J. Audubon, Mrs. Sigourney, Mrs. Gen'l
den, Prince of. \Vales, Duke. of Newcastle Za
chary Tayter,George Bancroft, Lathrop L.Mot
ley,'Sarn. Houiton, J: Q. Adams, Emerson Eth
eridge,Andre* Johnson, Parson Brownlow,
idrownow's heic daughter, , together with
about 500 otheys, to which additions are be
ing made daily ! . Catalogue on receipt of stamp.
PRiCE.OF PORTRAITS $3 I'Fat r DOZEN. • Cqn
le sent by mail/ Remittances mity be made in
Also a large collection of •Photographs of
distinguished Europeans,' Emperors, Kings,
Queens, Marshals, Generals, Dukes, Lords,An
th ors, Actors, Actresses, Politicians and Cler
,Price, 25 to 59 cents each, according to
maker, and quality.
• Our establishment is also headquarters for
• PHOTOGRAPHIC' ALBUMS
both as agent of the best French manufactu
-ser, and( as -manufacturer tinder a patent of
our own. We• have a large assortment, vary
ihg, in price from-90 rents to $5O, and holding
from 12. portraits up to $6OO. Also folding
cases of morrocco or cloth for the pocket, to
hold 2, 4 6,8, or 12 portraits: .Also various
styles of framing card, 'portraits, of carved
wood, metal, paper, composition, etc., of ele
gant and tasteful designs. .
Our photographers now in the field are daily
CAMP SCENE OF THE PRESENT- WAR •,
and views of paints and things of interest,
both curd size, for:Chums, and in stereoscopic
form. As for instance, The Seventh Reyiment
at Camp Cdmerom—ln the Trencli:s,—Cooking
their Meals—The. G i tmnasts—T ncti on—
Delmonicti's—Lanra Keene'si-- General Street
Views of the Camp, etc..,Also the Relay House
and camp scenes and scenery thereabout.'
Also Harper's Ferry before and after the scenes
of destruction. Together w:th various other
places of note., Card size 2.1 cents each, Ste
reoscopic 33 cents.
• Nrties who would I& of these camp
scenes to select fromtN balance to be re
turned in good order at their ,own expense,
find without delay—can be accdtmuodatedon
giving proper New York reference.
STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS.
Our establishment is the grytt emporium
for everything in the stereoscopic line,
assortment is the most complete probably of
any in the world.
The stereoscope is the most invfrreire,inter
asling, entertaining, amusing and exciting. of mod
None are too young, none too old, none too
intelligent, none too uneducated, to acknow
ledge its, worth and beauty.
No home is complete without it, and
and must. penetrate 'everYwhere.
• It presents to your view- every part of the
world, in all the. relief, boldness, perspective
and sharpness of detail, Dsif
.you were on Bo
spot. We havemn immense variety of views
of scenes in Paris, London, EDO:lnd, Scotland,
-I.rel,and, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
Switzerland, Spain, The Rhine, Ve.•:sailes, St
Cloud, Funtainbleau, Tnilleries, Italy, Turkey,
Egypt, -Athens, the holy Land, China, '
_Crystal Paltice, also Croups Historical, amu
sing, marriage scenes, breakfast scenes, pic
• ales,' statuary; etc., etc: - An arquilitc assort
inert of .Iltutninalet:l Interiors of Palaces, Chnr-
'ehes and Cathedrals, of. France, Italy, ete.etc.
The effect of these illuminated views-is most
Anthohy's Instantaneous StCreoseopic Views
are iho latest Photographic wonder. They
see taken in the fontieth part of it second, and
everything - , no matter how rapidly it may be
inbiing, is depicted its sharplyand distinctly
as if it had been perfectly at rest. This gives
an additional value, for to the beauties of in,
animate nature it adds the charm of life,. and
motion. The Process' is a discovery of our
. being unkancr in Europeove re
ceive large orders from ondon and Paris for
—Anthony's InstantaneOusi Views of American
life and scenery.
Oui Catalogue of subjects and prices will he
forivarded firtinj - address on receipt of stamp
Parties at a distance sending us $3,.55,510,
$15,-$?0, or $25, can have a good instrument
and such pictures as they may request, sent
by Express. Views,a-lehe (without 'instru
ment) can be sent by' mail.'
E. Anthony, : 1
sfOroadway, New York, -
(3 diMrs south of'St. Nicholas' flotel,)
Importer arid lfanufacturer of Photo,grallhic
neLllerchants from. every section of ;the
country; are respectfully - invited to make; au
examination of onn stock. .
To Photographers. Our-Bulletin of Photo
graphic Inveation And Improvement will be
sent to any address on application. .
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Front a arwarding Merchant rf R. Louis, A 1). 4,1856.
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- ASA 31ORGRLDGE.
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• ; C7er7: of Steamer Clarion.
Bilious Disorders—Liver Complaints.
. From Pr. Theodore Bell, of Kew York City.
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DEPARTMENT OF TUE Immo%
• Washington, D. C., 7th Feb.,11350.
Bra: I haie used your rills lit my genera/and hospital
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them. Fraternally yours, ALONZO BALL, DI. D.,
Physician of the Marine Hospital.
Dysentery, Dlarrinra, Relax, Worms.
Front Dr. J. G. Green, of Chicago
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Dyspepsia, Impurity of the Blood.
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Wensmir, Wyoming Co., Y., Oct. 24, 1855.
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.1011. N G. MEACHAM . , 31. D.
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k?opt. ..itrs. E. Snarl, 4- N oiaean and .11tiihrift, Bosfml
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From the Rev. Dr. Ilawkes, of lice DfeUieelist Epis. Church.
rVLASSI Hors"; Savannah, Ga.,.Mri. 8, 1856. •
ITallonrn Sm: I should 'be ungrateful for my
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Je." Most of the' Pills in market contain- Mercury,
although a valuable remedy in skilful hands, is
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, Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lo . weli, Mass.
Sold by C. S: & E: A.' Jimes, Coudersport
Mann k, Nichols, Millport ; N. J. Mills, Coles
burg ; !Colwell & Lyman, Roulet • A. Corey &
Son, DlYsses; B.• liortop, dushingville
and by Dealers generally
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the interests of Agriculture, the advancemeiat
of Education, and the best good of Potter
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HE SUBSCRIBER has just received a new.
Direct from New York, consisting, of
HEY GOODS, GP.OOE
RIES of all _kind's, .
HARDWARE, CROCK- •
I: .EILY, BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, .latest
- styles. -READY -MADE •
TICS, such as t9HEET7
LNGp, TICKS, DATTS,
&c.—in short,. dji kinds of goods usually kept
NO. I COUNTRY STORE..
All of which will be sold very low for
The above-named stock of Goods is now
open and for sale at the
New Brick Store
near Canfield's Flouring Mill, a few rods east
of the lilleghany Bridge,
where the proprietor would be pleased to re
ceive calls from his old customers arid as ma
ny new ones as feel disposed to
The •market price paid for all kinds of
in exchange for Merchandise.
62 / 1 1(4 /etz(fh
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All School Books ugd, in the l Countp
kept on hand, or immediately procured
when desired. •
Magazines or any Periodicals supplie!il arisen
A 'good assortment of Paper, Envelopei,
Pens - and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Drav• ,
ing Materials, Water Colors, &c.
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of various
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HEROES -OF WAR
E. Anthony, No. 501 Broadway,, New York,
is now publishing,. in addition to other por
traits, the celebrated collection known in Eu
rope and America as
Brady's National Photographic Portimit Gallery,
in wltieh is iheluded PortraitS ofnetrly ill the
prominent men of America, not excepting Jeff
Davis, Gen Beauregard, Floyd, and a host of
other confederates. Price of Portraits, .$.3;00
per dozen. _ Can be sent by
r Scenes of the War for the anion,
are published, card size,.and in Stereocopic
Stereoscopic views of l scenes in Paris, Lon
don,and in other parts of England and France,
in cotland, Ireland, Wales, Holland, Switzer.
land, Spain; on the Rhine, in Athens - , Egypt,
Turkey, the Holy Land, China, India, Cuba,
&c., &c., ad infinitum.
Our Instantaw.ous Stereoscopic Views are
The Greatest Wonder, of the Age.
These are taken in the fortieth part of a second
and the rushing of wnter,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 also on hand and manufacture the
largest assortment of Stereoscopes, Photo..
graphic Albums, and Photographic Materials
in the United States, andperhaps in the world
Catalogues, containing lists of all our Por
traits, Views, Stereoscopes, &c., sent tree, by
mail, on •receipt of a stamp:
" • E. ANTHONY, 501 Broadway, •
jyly near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York.
1111LANKS of all kinds for sale at this Office
Deeds, Warrants; Executions, Summons,
Subpmams, Constable - Sales, Township and
School Orders, Notes of all kinds—kept :on
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times Give us a trial.
The . Rochester Straw-Cutter.
()DISTED & KELLY, Coudersport, have
the exclusive agency for this celebrated
machine, in this county. It is covenient, du
rable, and CHEAP. Dec. 1, 1860.-12
A DTE RT ISE in the JOURNAL ! It is the on
ly paper in Potter county, and is a good
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I ' • andStomachicpreparation,' of,
IRON purified oflaiygeri and' Carbon by coin
buition 'in . Hydrogen. J. Sanctimied by Ole
,highest Medical Authorities,. both -in Europe ]
and the United States, a.!iid prescribed in their
The experience of thcinsands. daily PrOids:
that no preparaticdi 'of lion can be compared;
;with it. Impurities of the blood; depression,
of vital energy, pale dad otherivise • siekly
complexionsindicates its necessity in alzdost
every convenable case. • • . r, ,
: Tnnoxiousda till Maladies in which it :bag
been tried, it haS Proved 'absolutely curative'
in each. of the fhllowlng• complaints, viz :.•
In Debilitit, N4rvonsAfieticnis, Emanciationi f
- .Dyspepsia, Constipation,rDiarrheeci, .Dysen4ry
Incipient Cozsurnpticai, Scrofulous TuberculOsia,
Salt Rheum, Ofismenstruation, -IVltiles; Chlorosis;
Liver Complaints, Chronic headaches, Rhenina
- dim, Intermittent Fevers; Pimples on the, 11.'0,
In cases of General, Debility; Whether 'the
~result of acute disease, Or of the continuedldi4
mination 'of ,nervous and mnscular cndrgy
'from chronic; coMPlainty one trial of this ies!
torative hasproVed successful to an ex.efft.
which no desert:lloOn Mor Is ritten attesta'.ion
would render credible. 1 Invalids.solong l ed.
ridden its tc.• lai4e become forgotten in t leir
own neighborh4dods, have 'suddenly re.ap - -
peared in the busy : world as if just returned
frOm'protraetedi travel in •;a distant land.—
Some very signal instances Of *this kind
attested to feivale Suffeier4 emaciated vict
of, 'apparent m4astaus; sariguineons . cilia
tion, critical, changes, and' that, Complica.
of nervous and despeptic rti'ersion. to
exercise for n
which, the phySician has o nil
' lln Nervops Affeetions tfflall kinds, and
reasons familiar to.inedicalpen, the opera
,of this preparation' of iron; must, neecsst
be salutary, forualike ;he bid oxide, it is ig
oronsly tonic ,without, b6ng exciting and
iloverheating; and :gently, ,:.t.egularly, ape . lent
,even,in the; most obstinate= cases of costiVe-
Mess without ever, being a.:,z,gastric purge ive,
or inflicting, a thsagreenbld - sensation. ~
It is this latter: properly, among others,
Which makes 4 so;.remaidi•aa monge effect:4 land
permanent a. remedy for Piles, upon which it i
also appears to, exert a diyinet !and specific
action, by dispersing the local tendency which :
forms them. ' 1 ;• ,! : • • : 1
In Dyspe:ps,ia, - ,intinmeratile as are its eduses..
a single box•of these. Chalfybeate, Pills bus of-;
Ceti sufficed for the most habitual cases; in
cluding the attendant ICeiiivenes.t. - . ,
In unchecked ,Diairlmea, evekt when advanced
to Dysentery; confirmed, 4, macititing, and all-'
parently malignant, they ; effects have 'heen
equally decisive and astofilshitig. , ' • :
t In the Ideal pains ; hiss or flesh and.strength,•',
aebilitatingcnugh and retnittent hecticosiliich
generally indicate IncipieittConsumptiont this
remedy bras allay.ed the alarni of fripnd4' and
physicians, in several I vers .gratifyinitand in,
tereSting instances. i !II • ~)
In Scrofulous Tbbercul§sis, this medicated
- iron has had far More. than the,good.elfelet of
the most cautiously bkilai,ced PreparatiOis of
iodine, without hify of their well knoWn
! :! •
The attention fel:in - do - 4' cannot be too cony
fidently invited t0,1.1.1i.is remedy and restorativ,e,
in the cases peculiarly affecting them. I '
In-Rheumatism; both chronic and inflatn,'
inatory—in the latter; ImiwtTer, more decid
edly—it has been incariablz well reported,
both as alleviating - palm; and reducing-1 the+
swellings and Stiffness of : 1 1lie l joints tuns ,
cies. • . r ' •
In InteimittentiTevers_it . must necessarily
be a great reMedY•and energetic, restorative,
and its progressln the unity settlements of the
'West, will probably be tine of high renown
and usefulness. j
No remedy has ;ever 14 , en urscovered in the
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Good appetite, complete -( lige tion,, rapid ac='
rinisition :of strengtb,witb flip onus dispt3-;
sitiotifor active and cheekful eiere"'e,
'irately fellow its use. I
Put•up in neat tiat!metril boxes : containing
50 pills,. price 50 cents per box for sale by
druggists and dealer's. tWill be sent 'tree to
any address on receipt the price. .10 let
ters;orders, etc., Should lie addressed to
R. B. iIOCKE i d:: Co.; pcseral Agent,
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W. 13E.P. COATS,..• .l' •
.ITaviiig••errlarid 4n.d.t - tfit.ted his WARE
ROOMS, at .1 . I - , 1 . 1 •
has now on hand and win keep constantly - Idr
sale, a larger and bettenvariety of Clibinel-
Ware and Chairs, than 141,ve ever been birered
in this.seetbon ofthe Cottatry.
His stock of common 1 ork has never been
equalled. Having made: extensive adilitions
to his assortment of 1
he has now on hand Plai Mahogany & Mai ,
ble top Bureaus, Card tit les, Marble trip side
and Centrettables, Fruit laud Toilet stands,
Marble top Wash stands. , 1 . 0
COTTAGE ii I
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' BEADSTEADS. ' COD HES, SOFAS,
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Cane Seat, Nahogany, Boding and Easy Chairs,
ke., &a 1 t d
In fact every thin in t e line of ,
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can be found at his esta lishment. Having
the best facilities for man factaring and pur
chasing hie stock for cash, i
i He will not be ( ndersold.
Those wishing to buy, will•save• at least
twenty-five per cent, by calling on W. H.
READY MADE P oorFois
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sonal attendance with hea'Xse when requested.
1 i W. H. COATS.'
Wellsville, Nov. 1, 1860.: , 0
WHEREAtters of administration
the estate of RUFUS TBOMPSON,cJec'd,
late of Jackson 'fp:, Potter Co: '
in to the subscriber due lb of lam,
notice is hereby given to all persons knowing
themselves . indebted to said estate, to make
immediate payinent; and those havingclstms
will present them duly authenticated Ifor set
tlement. , • PUIDELIA T.IIO3IPSON,
P t ENTON, Admixtistirs.-
February 28,4881 1-..6w•
LIFT' PILLS AND:j 7 IeEN2II". BITTERS
StiDICIN'ES haie' -nciw_lieen before
thepohlic.for a period of TfitirriYs4kas,
and during : that time have maintained a high
'character imalmost 'every partiof GlObe t
for their extraordinarrand immediate power
of restoring perfect health to personisnffering
innder nearly every kind of _disease to which
the htunan frame is liable.
The follO . Wing are,:among the dietresiing
variety Of Lipman diseases in Which, the
- • Vegetable Life liledicinep
Arc well thi:own to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly
first and seond stomachs, anitcreating allow
of pure:hdalthy bile,. instead of the stale j•and
Acrid kind;!FLATIILENCY, Loss of Appetite,
litartbitrti. Fleadaelie, Restlesiness, , DI-Tern
per, Anilay, Languor, and 3lelanclioly;7hich
are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia,: will
vanish; aS a natural copseqiience:of its cure.
COSTIVENESS, by I cleansing' the • whole
length of the intestines ivith iol vent kocess,
and with Out violence ; all viol6tit purges leave
the blYtVelslcostive within tirodaTs.
• FE'VEDS of all kinds,,by restoring the blood
to a. regular circulation, through the process
of perSpiration in such cases,' nud the ithor
ough solution of all , intestinal, obstruction in
The .Life Medicines have been knoWn: to
cure ,Rii_EUMATISM permanently - inithiee
week4;tiad: GO T' in half that time, by te
mosing 'local indantmation from ;the muscles
and ligathents' of the joints. ! :
DROPSIES of all kinds,• by freeing and
:strengthening the kidneys and bladder ;• they
•operate Most delightfully on 'these Importaat
-organs, and hence ; have ever been found a cer
tain r4medy for the wont cases of GRAVEL.
• AlsO WORMS, by - dislodging fro& the tarn;
ings Of,the bowel e slimy matter' to which .
theSnereatnre acre. • ,
SCORVEY,. LCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES,Iby t perfect purity which thesh'
LIFE MEDIC IN ~" to the, blood,' end
the lithnors. - •
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and RAD,COM
PLEXPUNS, by their alterative effeet upOnthe
fluids 'that feed the: skin, and the morbid state„
of wlirch occasions all eruptive complaints,
salloic cloudy, and other disagreeable' OM
plexibh4... • ; • • - I . 1
IMel use of these Pills for avery short time . ,
will 4ffect . .zin entire cure of SALT;
and'aisfriking improvement in the clearneis
of thitisfiin: COMMON COLDS and INFLU
ENZA will always be cured by one dose, 4r •
by two In the worst cases.
_ PlliES.=-The original proprietoi of these
Medicihes, was cured of Piles of; :15 lyears
standing, bj- the use of the LIFE 3.[4•DiclNE§ i
FEVER AND AGUE_—For 'this Scourge of i
the Weetern country, these Medicines,Will be
touticlin safe, speedy, and certain remecly.:—:- I
Otheklinedieines leave-the system Subject to I
I a return of the disease—a cure by these Med:
permanent—rny reuid, BE BATnFIEB
AND BE CUBED.
BILIOUS FEVERS AND • LIVER 'COM r
PLA*crs.— , -General Debility; Loss' of ..Appe
tite,ltitul DiSeases Feniales---the Medicines
havd bien used with the most betieficill re
sultsj lin cases ,of this description :=Kings
Evilj and Scorfula, in its worst forms. lyiebts
; to thd Mild.yet powerful action of these re
markable Medicines. 'Night Sweats, Nervoui ,
Nervous ComplaintS of all ,kinds,
Palpitation of the Hetirt, painters' Colk.' ate t
speed' try cured..
MERCURIAL DISEASES.—PerSons;whoS• , e
constitutions have become impairedth;el
injudieiouS use of Mhapray, 'will 'find these
Medicines a perfect cure, as they-never fait tit
eradisiitefrom the. syltem, tlicih effects . of,
Merent!y, 'infinitely sooner than the most pow- '
erfutOeparations of Sarsaoarilla.l
Prepared and sold by W. B. MOFFAT,
1 1 for
33 E . , IZOADIVAti 11; EiV-V . , olt K.
by all Drtggists. ; 1;
III• "4. 1 / 4 • r • V
• . : 7,64
L" • • IfIRS. NVINSILOW;
A'n'. ! iixlierienced Nutse and Female iPhysician,
pesents to the attention of mothers, her
i,-i -FOR CHILDREN TEETHIG, !
wltioli greatly facilitates the iiroc'eS.s of teeth
ing;: by softening. the -gums, reducing: all iii,;
flardation—will allay ALL PAIN and spas
mot id action, and is. ,
_ o i
'':! S U RF TO. REGULATE THE'BO/ELS, '
Depend upon it, mothers, it wil l give rest to
yourselves, and ..
EX LEY AND HEALTH TO YOU -INFANTS.
-We have:put up and sold this article for
oveY ;ten years. and CAN •SAY,! IN CONFI
DENCE AND TRUTH of it,; what we have
never been able to say of any other Medicine
—*EVER HAS. IT FAILED, IN AA
INSTANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE, when
tiniely used. Never did we knott''an instance
of 4issatisfliction by!any one who'cised it. On
tbeentrary, all arekielighted with its opera
tions; and speak in !terms of conientla tion of
its4inegical eifects : anc& medical virtues. We
spGrik in this niatter ‘IVIIAT WE no KNOW,"
after] ten years' experience,' AND PLEDGE
ODR:REPUTA TION FOR nl FULFILMENT
OFMHIAT WE HERE DECLARE.} In almost
every instance where the infant' is
froM:pain and!exhauStion, relief will be found
in fifteen or .twenty - minutes. after. the - syrup
is adininistert4.. 1,
This valuable preparation is the prescrip
tioh of the racist EXPERIENCED! and SKILL
FLIVNURSES in New England, afidhas been
used!with NEVER FAILING SUCCESS in
THOUSANDS Or CASES.
~, . .
It not only relieves the child from pain, but
invigorates the stomach and boWels; corrects
acidity, :,and gives tone and energy to the
whole system. It will almost instantly re
lieve - , - , , - ,
GRIPING IN, THE BOWELS,: AND WIND
i•• ' : COLIC •
an overcome' convulsions, which, mot spee
d* 'remedied, end !I i' death. We believe. it
the ;BEST and SUREST REMEDY LN THE
WORLD, in all cases of DYSENTERY and
DARRTREA IN CHILDREN, whether it arises
fipin teething, or from any other cause. We
NO M& say to every mother".who has - a child
suffering from any of the foregoing complaints
--iDO NOT LET YOUR PREJUDICES, NOR
THE PREJUDICES OF OTHERS, Stand be . -
tWeCn you and your sufferinechild. and the
relief that will be SURE—yes", ABSOLUTELY
SURE---to follow. the use of this medicine, 'if
_used.: Full directions for using will
accompany each bottle. Nene! genuine un - -
leg' the fac-iimile of CURTIS 'Sr PERMS,
Ndiir York, is; on the outside wrapper.
Sold by DruggistS;throughout the world. .
Principal Odic!, 13 Cedar 'St.,
New. York. •
; PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Sold by C. S. &JONES, Couders
ip6ll, Pa. ,
O T ose vit44
a i l
- - ?
A SUPS RLATRI
TONIC DIURETIC .
- 41,0 1 t r,
C 1 4 7-
111 1 11COMT INCL lAL
To ike:cttizetts of Jersey' and Penntyloa*
4pothecaries. Druggistic Grocers and
Private Families. _
Wolfee Pure Ccg,nae_Brandy. • -
Wolfe's Pure Maderia, Sherry and Port Wine,
Wolfe's Pure Janiaica and St Croix Rum,
Wolfe's Pare Scotch and Irish Whisky.
ALL IN lIOTTLES.
' beg.leare to call the .
attention of the el&
zeus of the Cnited States to the above Mars
and LIQUORS, imported by Udotpho Wolfe; of
New York, whose name is' familiar in 'ereq
part, of this country for the purity of his ale.
brated SCHIEDAM SCHNArrB. -- 1 Mr. Wolfe, i o
his letter to-me, speaking of the purity of
Wines and Liquors, says: "I will stake
repitation as a.man my standing. as a nie r .
chant of thirty years' residence in the City, o f
New York, that all the Brandy and-Wi ne(
which I bottle are pure as imported, and o f
the best quality, and can be. relied upon br
every purebaser.". Every bottle has the pro
r:rietor's name on the wax, arid a fay
of his signature on Fee certificate, The pob.l
lie are respectfully invited, to call and exale.i
ine for themselves. For sale at Retail by ad;
Apothecaries and Grocers in Philadelphia
Gab. 11. ASHTON, No. 832 Market at. Kill
- Sole, Agent for Philadelphia.
Rend the following from the New Torii
• : Exottuours BUSINEth !otr. on: New Tont
31Ericn.uvr. , :—We.are happy to inform our fel
low,Citizens that there is one place in oureitY
Where the physician, apothecary, and country
merebrint,*Can go and purdhase pure Wind
„ n d Liquors; as pure as 'imported, and of tE4
best quality. We do net intend to give BO
elaboriftte description of this Merchant's 'el;
tensive business, although it will repay ani
stranger or eitineh to • visit Udolpho Wolfe's
extensive wore-hous6, Nos. 18. 20 avid 2i.
Beaver street, :ant Sus. 1 7,.1 9 and 21, Mark
retfield street: Ilis stock of Schnapps on ban
I ready for shipment could not have been lea's
than thirty thousand cases; the Brandy, seni l e
ten thousand case s--Fin of 1836 to 1856;
-nnil ten Onus: m(1 cases of Madeira,- Sherri
and Port Wine, .tiieutch - and letzli ; WhiA4,
,Janiaicif and St. Croix Rum, some 'very ofd
and equal to any in this. country. Ile alto
had thive large cellars, Heil with Brandt,
Wine, &c., in casks, nntler ent , tortt r riOnse key,
'feat' for bottling. Air. Molfe's sales of
Sehriapp's last year amounted to one hundrld
and. eighty thousand dozen, and We hope 17
less than -two -tar, he may be equally, in i t.
dessful with his Brimdies and Wines. I
'his business merits the patronage of eveb•
lo'ver of his species. Private families tvlio'
wish pure Wines and Liquors for medical use
should send their orders dircct to Mr: Wolfe,.
until every Apothecary in the land woke pp:
their minds to discard the 4 poisnotis stuff from
:their sielvos, and replace it with Wolfe's bore
Wines turd Liquors. -
We understand-Mr. Wolfe, for the accom
modation of small dealers in the country,4ts'
up assorted cases of Wines and Liquors:—
Such ma man, and such a - Merchant, should!be
sustained against' his tens of thousands - of fip:
ponents in the United Slates, 'who sell notb
-ing but - JimitatiMg,. ruinous alike to human
-health and happtness. . ; . : ;[52_6 1 , 1 *
it) 101 l \\ ANT v, LiKklits? ,
DO YOU WANT WPISqd 7 ,RS? •
DO YOU w.A.NT A AIUSTACIIE?
DO Y01.7] WANT A :MUSTACHE?
• „ CELEBRATE])
TEO!' 'the Is;hraslito.n.l and Mir.
The subscriber: take plea-ure in nnuoianc
ing to the Citizens . of the United Stiites, that
they have obtained the Agency for,' and aie
now ennbleti to offer to the American publi',
the nbove justly •eeletirated. nod nvorld-re•
THE STIDITILETING GUENT-
Is' prepaye,cl by I) . C. I'. .11iLLINGIIA3t, .an eu•
inept physician of London, and is warranttd
tti brim 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 and Paris itis in uniyersal nse.
It is a bra utiful, l economical,- soothing,. yet
stimulating - coMpound, acting as if by 1116 .0
upon - the roots, 'causing a, beautiful growth
luxuriant hair. If applied to these:lllool'A
cure BALDNESS, and cause, to spring.up_in place
of the bald spots a . fine growth of new hair.
Applied according to directions, it will turn
reio or towy hair DARE,- abd .restore gray hair
'to. its ; original color, letsyina: it 'soft, smooth
- and flexible.' The " O'XctEyr halls.
pensable article. in every g'ent/errian'S toilet,
and after one-week's use they would not for
any ccirsideration be withnut it.
The subscribers are the only Agents for the
article in the United *sites, to whom all 00
ders mutt be addressed.
- • - -
Price One Dollar a box-for sale by all
Druggisis and . Dealers; or a box of the "On*
guent ' (warranted tohave the desired etledl
will be sent to any who desire it, by mail (di'
rect), securely packed. on receipt of price sti.
postage, $l,lB. Apply to or address
HORACE L. }IEGEMAN 44:
• 24, William Street, New York'
4fill 4 A, atittos
undersigried cc ould iespectfullyinforctj
the surrounding'community that be las
taken the rooms formerly occupied by A. G.
Olmsted, where he is prepared to' do
All kinds of Harness Work
on the shortest. notice.. I •
• LONG STRAW COLLARS,
also kept constantly on band: These collars
are a auperior - article, aud need but a trial t 3
insure their success.
, Repairing done in good style.
Efarne straps, &c., kept constantly on bicud.
Th'e , public art invited 4o call and -
before purchasing elsewhere.
S. P. bll2 BR.
Coederspo# bct. - 16th, 1860.
113 RADFuRD COIJNTY PLOWS AN-
J.! • POINTS,
will be Mond hereafter at.the store of
E. N. STEBBLISIc I3IIO.
,Air.A large lot just received.
• . . •.• coudersport,March 20, 1861.
. nal; Only parr in the 'county. '