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Its,;.The above, is' r the vote of t
elected. There were afe
:ma no opposition to
.J edge. White,
Letter from Ex-President I
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' WEsi CHESTER, Pa•,loetober •L--At 1 Se.veral "of the PreAyteries of the Oi
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the great - Union meeting at flay eSville, 1 School Pre,•hy terian qi•nrcii in thd Con-
Choker county, on the Ist. inst . the ft I.federate Sates have held their r ! .gullir•
it.witig letter from Ex• President .Buelian, i fall meetings, and, Withetil eseekt too,
an was. read : s i I have held their regular fall Meetings. and.
,' WHEATLAND, Sept. .28 --Dear Si . : without exception, have 'passed 1101 s• of
I have been honored with your kind I)1 , j separation_ from the General Assembly ;of
kv e itation as chairman Of%:the, appropriate the e hp re p, , , „,,d „Tippip-R,d delegates ;to
committee, to attend and address a nitin ' • •
a, on' • the 4i it
meeting of the , ' citizens of Chester and! Ci
attend at Auguste,
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'Lancaster coun'ies, to be held at Ilaves.lof nest December,6* thepurpose ; th
Mille, on the Ist cf . October. This I I for:ping a General Assetnin Yof the South
should gladly accept, proceeding as it lent Confederacy portion of the dtthoitt•
does from a much valued. portion of toplititttion • I
: old Congressikatal district; but, adranying 1 • , . .
he organization into brigades of the
Scars 1 the failitii , state of my health .
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renrier 'it impossible. You correctly es;icayalry regiments now in Waslidigt.int,
titnate . the deep interest. Which I. feel. in has' been retarded by a difficulty between
common with the citizens Who will therel.the;G„,,,,m,"l and s ial e 1 , 0 0„,,,,j et ,1„ r
be assembled in tile present condition''l Pe ca
,; nosylvania. Several regiments of cav
our country. This is indeed serious, but I
our recett military reverses; so far fro ,. 1 airy, from Pennsylvania, have been or- 1
tiered directly to Washington aod . aeeept. :
, produeim , despondency, in the minds oil
a loyal and powerfUl people,. will only au !ed by the War Department. without tiny'.
imate them to more mighty exertions inl . ollicial knowledge of their existeuce!by ,
sustaining a war which has become in-I the•
State authorities, and are not thre-i
evitabk by the assault of the Confeder-1 .
recognized by the Governor of Penn..
ate States upon' Fort Sumpter. For this! t o r e ,
reason, were it possible, waiving all otberisylvania as a part of the (Pima of yolith
topics, I should confine myself to a sul• I ters called for front this Slate.
oman and earnest appeal to mv country-1
The naval expedition 6.. the South rn
'men; and especially those without. faint- I , t
lies, to volunteer for the war, and join thc,,i.e"sti about which so Much has bleu
. thousands . of brave and patriotic ' - ' : "i d . wil i "" il ' fr "m: ' hi ' el2'' and rcir's.
volunteers -who are already in the field Monroe within a short time. , Govern
This is4he moment f o r acijejn, for 1;1•0:i1p1.1 moot v : esterda ' r chartered ail the avaihible
energetic and united action—a/Id a..ti..e I, 0 , .1
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the , discussion
p.0,):,5ib ... 1 ..te . : .),)ips in thisharbor, to he used az
trattsput ts, and stores will be put. on itl i ard
These, vv'e must know, would be rejectedU•unsputts,
by the Spates that lave ,seceded, uole,s ;'of them .immediately. :Steam veskel s "
we should offer to recog4ize their inde I have als . t, been chartered' at Boston l iancl
pendence, which is entirely out of the 1-
i Phil adelpliia tor the same: purpose It is
Idle intention if the Cio%M fluent to s.,etid
Better counsels may hereafter prevail
uheu these neolieshall be eon einem
that l a large army °f_i len. under c.tainkn o l of
the war is contineted not fur their eon. 'Gen. ' Butler, to strike tom wore ittil
quest or subjugation,' but solel'y for the point tell ' th?Soutliern coast: At; den
purpose olbringiog 'them to their ctrii- McClellan appears to bare noLotion of
inal position in the •Union without int. i
pairing in, the. ightest degree any or
risking a battleoutside Of his lines,: the
their Constitutional rights. . troops can be very well Spared frond the
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Whilst, therefore', ,we shall cordially army of the Potomac. liefore,Novendier
hail their -retort) under our cointutin
_,.. ,, 10• the Cotton States will be in a. moth) iand
rions flag aud-Aveleoine them as brotii. Ts. ' .
• tiro, 1 roops of Bea uregaid hurryritti , to
yet 'until that day shall arrir.e, it will ho e.
save their aotries.—.N: .r. Vh'urltt.
our, duty- to inpPort . ' the . President. with
all We men and nicaris•at the cominand Seine of the officers enlist'' '' : 1
is ting cornpa.
of the .country in a Vigorous and 81sec:esti- eie:s di;•• not scruple to deceive and entice
tul proi;eention cif the war. ' •i
Yours Very Itespectftilly,
. away inen.entisted for Other, compOlies ,
This, ;With other circeptifins-- even tO tlii!
JAMES BUCHANAN'. , . ; , I
..li__ - sale of men from one tegument. to ,
DPath otSenator Bingham
,The Hon: :KrsogLtY S. ' Bit<GliAm,
U. S. Senator froin; Michigan, died of ap.
oplexy, at his residence, at Green Oak,
on Saturday. Ile was burn iu Camillus,
Onondaga county, Now .York, December
. 16,1808. He received a fair academie
education, and teas early -placed in the
orrice'; of a Taiyer as a -clerk, where he
served Chi three years. In 1833 he enagtat.
ed to ....Michigen'apd a.iltd upon a farii
Elected in 153'7 to the Aliehiga'n Leis
lature,.lic served, five years us a.mumber
'Of thit body. fffe af'crwards served
three years as a speaker of the saute body.
Ho ; was a RepreSentutive iu Congress
front ,Michigan .from : 1849 to
. 1851, and
served during thatilerm on the Commit
tee of Commerce. In 1854 he was elect.
ed Gtovernor'Of the State, and held that
position 'till -1859, When he tray elected
to the United States S'enate.
A roost ; pleasi g: account of the ex
ehange of eourte ies between our troops
under Col—Hays and those of the Cun
federates at Gnat :Fails, on Pm Potomac.
4ill be found in the letter of a corres.
rodent from Camp T4 9 3051y.) ..
I ; 13
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V . S.ll CZ:
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in the count
o Stratig au
4 for In
is reported to be of nonillion :occurrence.
Such ,conduct is certainly tinwortliy of
an officer or a gentleman, and sliotdi be
regarded by the Govert r as juqif)itii
trie withholding of commissions from all
- 4.0 offending
Washington City is certainly 1
guarded by fertifieations. General! Mc
Qlellatt has already officially named ithir
tll two forts around „ that city of
'Which are raid :o be as strong as the
mous )lalalt9ff and Redan of lit :Crittiva:
and all are CfMit I UCied an the pr . - 'iples
of utilitaiy science for defensive puriin!‘es.
Other defensive work. ate stil in progress •
Gen. Butler has issued an official • 'Tier
designating Boston. as IteatlgnhrrteN,
;under the older constituting the, six!. New
England States as a department, 1 The
staff of Gen. Butter k . tunnuticed ns fol
lows : Major George E Strottg.asslstait
adjutant general, acting otllcer! of; or&
.chief of state; Qaptitin peter
Haggerty - and Liewenant , 11.
aids-de.cator ; 1G
brigade surgeon. and !inedieu i l director;
Captain Paul ff. Geotige. brigade hoar
ter/pager, 'With an, ainizilaat quiirter• •
; Soldiers not being known. :. The
Lidates, which we do, not Think word
' . u111.5i. We, will publish. the .euld
vote of the
Ica not, can
tt iti' this c
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Men .marching in files are usually a
little more than three feet apart.; horses,
whether in cavalry or .artiliery, need
twelve feet; a trag'on to a train with four
Nurses, Occupies ninety feet. ,Now, if the
army tif:tite Fontaine was in a line. tuor- i
jag On a narrow country mad. wall cav - .'
airy four abreaSt, and inert in files of four,
accompanied be all the wagons and ambu
lances, and ammunition trains.' it. would
teach from lit'ston. to llaitfOrd—not far
front one hundred and fifty miles I
The Provost Mars Lat at St. Louis. cn
Wednesday, shaving received new ()l i the
"steessian" of, the Cherokee, Indians, is
sued a proclamation
,preliminary .to the
seizure of $3OOO or 333.000 of annuity
paid to the Cherokees, and deposited in
the St. Louis Building and Sayin , * In
Gen. Woo1:lias, by his kindness; won
the New York Fire Zouaves buck to sib
ord;nitichi and duty, and they are'said to
be nuw only. ansiona : like the iii: , hland
regiment, t) wipe out the stain upon ,
heli„ by a gidiiint dash "even at the can
eon's' moutlo -
There is not a word of mull in the
:;tatetnent of the attempted assasz•inatiun
tf Col. e, of the Pennajlvania 46th
regiment. as 'conutiunicated in a private
The murderer Lanalran had not
vet been 'executed.
ion, Of Uniontown. bin raised a fine Coin.,
. Colonel Howell's Regiinent,
which Will b.ii•eady_for the field by next•
Week The euinpanv has folly nien.oFer
sik feet, twelve over pis feet six, and one
The Arestan well at Fort 31eHenry
said to be a swims% the workmen hay
ing Rona a rein of good water, at the
depth of One hundred and forty-two feet,
in a bed of gravel.
The Chicago Tribune :says over six
teen thow.and troops have been raised in
that city, and the thing' ressiotial District
ill which it is Otuatcd.
GALLANT INDIANA —The quota of In
diatta men fur the_ war is 34,000. She
has now in 'the, field 30,000 infantry. l e ;
800 cavalry. and 600 artillery, makinr , a
tufai of 32,400. )
13:ALT1310i1E, - 'Oa.' 9, 1891.—The City
Pottle-if election to day was Aiery'quietly
cotiOicted..' The rebels Made no oppOsi
lion, The total rote pulled 'reached 9,-
587. ThO whole Union ticket was elect
ed without opposition, save a few scat
tering votes. This vote exceeds by 338
the Secession vote of last April, by which
the metnber;;of the Legislature who are
now confined iu Fort Lafayette claimed
I ) mrsßuttPtu. Oct. 9, 1861 —All . the
hanks o: this city have resumed specie
CLEVELAND. Oct. 9. 1861.—" The re.
turns are very backward in beit” , rkvived.
Twenty coitiries in diffitient itrt;,. tit th e
State give Tod.. the Uuiun candidate fur
CHICAGO. Oct. 9, 1.861.--The yeturns
i.f. the lowa election come in-
Those received indicate the (dewlap of
Kirkwold, Republican, for Governor.
Lowry, the Radical Republican candid-
Ite. for State "'Senator in the .YXY..tltit
DiArict, is elected over the IJojOU,iabdid
ate . by 2,004) majority.
i.The.Great Eastern:' `
FArtz4:ii: Pot•NT, Tuesdayill)et,l,lB6l.
folowing in regard o.tho' difaister,
to theiiteattiship Great' Eilsairit. ittjaken:
.1 . • • ;Li .'•••
from the paperS.: . :-11 •
The &tea/ Eastern left"- Air inorin . ga
in the t•iver . 'llleraeyis!eldA
day,. t c:.100 . 61-.Bc c nibee.3l' The_ pilot
left her at '4
put oni full. speed, and all.; recut well. with
her until 4'o clock on •Tlitirsday, when,. a
strong: breeze prevailing,'the aft tackle of
one ortlte !forward boats on tie portside.
I'becaine nithi,oked. hieeing
Ibv Attie tackle -Tile captain ;.tideavored
to steady the:thip - i . osile chi i was rectified,
but ris;e. (14 she would
not. ati s wer - . the' 6eltil. IThe.'i fact" vas,
though it was not .knowni at the tittle, the
I rudder : piti-was . broken. fore stay
sail.-Wassfun• u p, but the.Win&niuspdiate
lysplitit into ribbons. !Thellfore*ysail
was then run up, bul it. was blown away.
The:pad did engines wereitisiii! acopped;
and the boat lashings .oideredl ioi.be 'out
airaY, 'when the great Eniorns•onde more
startled lon her course. The ipasieniers
then Went down to and - frOM that .
mom eoi,eommeneed acliadsolbrenkages,
whiCh; 'lasted :without. iuterinission. for.
Ithiee ,days. Everything cbr4ltable Was
destroyed. Furniture; fit.ttn4s, services
of plate . ,Oasses,nisino- 7 all were involved
in, I . one common fate. It now • became
known that:the rudder was 'an tifinnageable'
About Sis•lo'clock Ithe . 'vesselt•bad,:to be.
stopped: a ga in owing to twb roils of sheet.
lead, ;Weighing' ;seVeralli hund red : ;weight
each, ;Which werrt; in the.' engine-rootn,
rolingiabout .wsth 'every oacill4tion of the
vessellwith fearful ; fence ;These ihaVing
been 'Secured,. another star!, I,t-rts; made,
I when a:-tremendous grinding", (i.,aS heard
under 'the :paddle
„Vexes. ; Theshisft ;had
because twisted, and the'l/Oatl4, ilvere_grind
ing against the side 'of - thelihip.' The
paddles were stopped; and tb+l eforward
' the FOrte is described ;as'-featf in• the
extreine. The ship rolled '4
that the boats „were ivashed'lntv sy. • The
beside undergoing- ,'rte i dangers
arising from the Iciaslies an Ictillisiuns
which: were Coll.-Am:llY had.
shipped, prisbably ithrungl7 tit 4 pottiovs,
d greai deal of water; and: tl4!Dsrlures were
floating about in utterconfusid,ti land ruin
Some ef the chandelier: . felliidjAini with a
crash.' A large's/sirs:or was Ssos.slied into
a thousand fragments, rails sillbannisters,
bars, and • : iniiiserous oOnir were
broken into nuitiberitiss . pte4ea.s, Sense
idea of the roughness ut the!' ujghra,inei
dentainsay be gathere&froinithe 'act.. hat
the elsaimcables pulishedi LI it erepsel rea
bright with friction
..on deck; lAA spare
riding bin gave way,o'n o,tl
and knocked a hole ihruurh bite shipie
side. Two oil tanks : also !Gr:4: Ithe cable
deelt..were so touch damaged by tiuuthur
ommussion that. tWo littilitied; gallons of
fish oil contained, in ham l i' s t o the
er's vote as soon us
hold and cauSed, during; theliest of the
unhappy, voyage, a ittort iutOlvable odor.
The laggage of the F ii i ,e o o,,, m , ! be low r
er after cargo space w a s, lit tie; in. t fro feet
of water, ad before the e.;l:v i crance of
the ship was effected' the ') ggage %vast
literally reduced to DigsaittliplyceS of Lim.]
bar. ;Twenty:five fracteresl' lintbs oc-,
curred from the concussions' caused byl
the tremendous lurching of [ldle, vessel.l
LCots and bruises wereitr.n.tiodi-able.. Oni!
: f tho.cos was cast Violetiiji. by, one of
the lurches, mlainst Om pi t4N.ho;.'-by
which tie Sustained feitifnl hr ises on the,
tiriosj, .putting it out of his iivrer te.pro l i '
met himself. Another lui44 . drove hitO
aatti4t one .of the static.il . , by which
cum:Us-Ll' one of the p , or •liow's lc•ga
was broken in three 1ilitee:; 1 1 The baker
received injuries of al very lA , rrible char;
actor in vital parts; MO : one', of the most I
striking. incidents of ihe:dE sa it er W as thiS!
poor., hiave man , crawlinci . , in his agony , ,
to extinguish smite in mite; of the baking
rear„Which at that a nine, t had caught
fire. ' On Thursday night] the gale was
from the sbuthwest,-put
,oiiii. Friday morn
ing it had' ,turned round to the northwest,
and the ship was drifting an; uoinanagea
ble log in! the trough of the Sea. .-She l
did nut shi p muc h water vil dealt . .. . , 1
, it was' spun
what was the
matter with the ru'dder. :IThe,pin•upOn
whiCh -it 't.trited had brakett off three teet'!
above the point where it.
sierii . of.tite ship.' lt; wasliwraoght woe,
ten ,inche4 in diameter-and the, iron aP
peated th O roughlv-getal,.breaking at that
,particttlar; point . wherei 41 appeared the
strongestylwinoh Was!orte 'Of the most cm
riouS incidents -of the 'disaster. It was
anti; found neccessary to rig up some kind
of . ineering gear. ' 'A :spar was . thiown
overboard, ss.t.h .he anehorlluke; attached,
which dragging in the.water behind the
ship. might bring !tor head , to the wind •
but the swinging of the iudder toade; it
useless; and a planlwas then Suggested
to the captain by the paske'Figerato which
the:.eScape of the ve - i selisProliattly attrib
utable. • It' was' to pass' two or three turns
of chain • cable around titeliudder•pin,iM
thedistely!belew the'' point-at Which :.the
breakage occurred, and secure-it with ,
wedges and - Chains. pulling
either end of the cable, a;cirettiar motion
of the Diu was proditced: and a.eonnec
tion being ,- effected. With ,the usual chain
attached to the rudder; and a temporary
Wheel , rigged Op helots' , the' deck, a shift
wad made 'once. toner to proceed, but the.
screw of the vessel: upon which the loco
inntion noti depended—Ltardly a vestige
f thepaddies - romeiningl-soott stopped,
twine , limit:o by th e4 tidder, by Which the
rudder trasprevente4 on) veering mere
then was necessar y to steer the ship.:,''.
• MI of Ftiday was openile& with these
arrangements The ship had drifted
the west coast of ledlandiout of the crdi•
nary traell.F On Saturday night the-brig
Nagnet, of 11? ifax, lipve in sight, hapled
.alongside, and lay, to for the rap* of
eendetingassrs date. ; . - .;' --....'..,.....
' Sunday, -- at two a'alock the 'Great
illstaitern got ti, der way; the rudder . Was
found to act, add the
. Vess s el procceded'at
the rate of nine knots ; an :hour with 'the
: ,' She met th 'Persia. the.next morning,
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ad • signalled; er.to come under the*,
wn hich the Pfrsian . did. But .ciretitii
stances were Such that the Great :East
ern's engines*uld. not be slackened, and
the Prrsia side off. prOpably under the
impression tit: t . foul !play was intended
by the Great Easternl: 1 An attempt, Was
Made at an explanation, but the Pei:sia
Was too far off • The ;Great Eastirn eon=
tinned her come .on Tuesday moining,
and reached theneed of Kinsaie,, Where
she stopped t ur hwirsl to arran ,, e ;her
hackle:' SheE ignalled.the •shOre, bui no
notice was to nof her.;-.At four oledock
She arrived o Cork, and a small steadier
came toff itrOtst her,, add the barber 4as
Soon . reached:,: AS , the rudder was suffi
ciently, repaiod, the Ship would proceed
to Liverpool 8!on. , ?'! •
Otir informant states ! that, itis,alinost
impossible tri'exa ,, i , erate the an'xione state
of Mind-which .prevailed . while the *fate
of the. ship i i r as 'doubtful.: There dere
Several clergymen onboard, and religious
service's wetel frequent. . The demeanor
of the passengers was • sufficient,, apart
i frord any sigds of disaster around, to?sig
tilfy-the-,distressing' nature of the crisis.,
A. meeting-'Was held in the Saloon; on
Tuesday, andi resolutions of a pious and
congratulatory character were passed.
1 The passengers expressedgratitude .to
the commandeer of the brig. Alngnet; and
complimented, Capt. Walker and the offi-
eers and crektl of the Great Ea - stern, for
their indefatigable exertions. ' I :(
Some, of the proceedings,; however;
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were of a lesd pleasant character, , s,e,vere
comments berg passed on the condition
Of the ship; her streligthlof paddles,'
ithe way she4es ballasted. 1
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1 Colonel 114etireff, The Russian enittntts•
!sinned to staily• the details of Awe :lima
Hadutini6tration, with the i•iew or i ndotiting
'what is - e2:c4fltut, has left VanA r
1 , i
on a tour "Jf observation. through the
. — :,'
'Northern Staltes.' • • :,
•. ' IIN S..ANN .- d, ,
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1 A.TTORNEY :AND COITSSELLOIt AT LAW.
attend COuders.pori: Pa., will t the several
i Courts in I.q:itter arid - .NrKlati Countiesj All
1 - busincqn entrusted in his care will' receive
. prompt att4tion. 011ie 1 corner •of ,Weit
and Third streets. • . - - • ' l' • •
. .A_RTM3.II' G..OpISTED, li E .
trronNEy 4 .COUNSi6I,LO.It . AT AW,
• Couderspoy, Pa:, will atrend•to all bit ittc-ss
en , rusted LOi ltis care t w tit promptnc:l
fide ity; Oiliee.on Sutli-i 'est cornerktf Main
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%TTORNETAT LAW, Coudersport,
- attend-to all liusiness entrusted to liim with
care and prismptness. 01Tice ou See Odd st.,
near the -I.kittheny Bridge.• 1
-ITTORNEY,AT LAW. Coudersport, Pd., will
regultirl intend • the Courts itV Pottdr• and
the adjoining Counties.,
d. T. EI l AI IRON
, 4 4
PRACTICINGI Coudersport ; Pa.,
refliCetfullA informs the citizens of Oe vil
lage and r ririit that lie will iirOniply re-.
spond to al . call; for profQssiOnal,,serrice..*
Office on st., in building : forrnCily oc- ,
cupied.byit.',.. - W. Ellis, Esq. - '
•C.S. & E. A. 1 JONES., I.
DEALERS I DRUGS, 3IPICINES, PAINTS.'
Oils, Fanq Articles, Slationery„DiT
Groceriesc., Main st„ Coudersporti Pa.
. E. OLMSTED, ; H
QEALER Ir DRY GOODS, READYI,AADE
Clothing, 'c'rockery,, Groceries, &c.; Main st.,
IN. W. MANN; ,
DEALER INIBOOSSTATIONERY } MAO
AZINES Music, N. W. cOrner;lf Maic
And Third sts., Couc;e7port, Pa. ; 4 •
D. F. GLAASMIRE, • Proprieto!r,, Corner of
Main and!second Streats, CMiderip'art,Tot
ter Co., F;6... J• • • ' •
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• • 1 , I,‘ Id.CBllO, •
SURVEYOK CONVEITOCER, ke., BI3.OOK
LAND, (formerly usitingvilla.) Office
in his Stet /3aildinO.
IARK. ILL© T, ,r ! v
TAILOII--p arly oppOsite the Cciurt,House—.
will nail all- clooea intrusted : to; him in
tf• th'e lilted, , and .bestl styles !Prices' to snit
. the times. } Give hiT a call. 1 : • .13.41
ANDR, W. S.ti.NOERG"t BRA'S.
TANNERS . 4ND CURRlERS.—rilides tanned
on the sblires, in th'e_ best manner. Tan
• nevi on: he east side of Apegnny river.
Couderstlnt, Potter eountv,
H. J. OLMST D. . . . ...... . DJLLY.
1 OrAISTED I KELLY,' :-`
_JEALER I:4f STOVES, TIN & SHEET ,IRON
WARE, 3>ain st., 'nearly opposite the ;Court
House, Cimdersport, Pa. Tin 'and 'Sheet
.Wa.r4 made to br i de'. in*ood stile, on
short nOt,ee. ,I f r •
BLACKS4ITH, would inform his former cus-_
timers and the pub is generally that he has
retistablitibed a shop,in the building !form,
erly ocOpied by Benj. Rennels in'.Coiaders-
Port. where bea-11,U be pleased to do all
'kinds. of Blactsmithnng on the Mostlieason
able teiihs. Lumber Sbingics, land "all
kinds of ! ' reduce taken in exchange tot
woik. ; -! 1.2i34
. : 1. J. THOMPSON, : . ,-
CARRIAGE & WAGOIi MAKER And RE
'PA It MI Co ii derspo rt, ,Potter CO., Pa:, takes
this method of interning the pub- I'
tic in general that he is prepared
to do all !work in his ine, with promptness.
in a wdrittnati-like I 'miner,' and ;upon the.
most aeenmsnodati terms. , Payment for
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PILLS AND PIIiCE.ATIZ•BITTER,I ;
1111161 ESE MEDICINES have now.been beforti
the public for it period of Tunny 'fun s .
'and during that time have maintained a higil
:char4cter.4l alinost every part of the Globe;
forllieir extraordinary and immediate' power
ofreqtoring perfect health to persons suffering
under nearly every kind of disease to which
thee-kuman frame is.liable.
. . .
'- , ..;Tke,folintring are among the distfeßsing
tariety of human diseasea in which:the
Vegetable Life Medicines
Are Well known to be infallible.
• DYSPEPSIA, by. thoroughly- cleansing the
first and second stomachs, and creatinga Bo*
of pare healthy bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind ; FLATULENCY. Loss of Appetifei
Heartburn, Headache, Her Hessness,
Per, AsietY, Languni, and 31elancitoly, which
are the ,general symptruiti Of Dyspepsia; aill
vanish, as a natural - coniequene,e of its cure.
COSTIVENESS, _by . .clearising the whole.
length of the intestines witlyaselvent process;
and ;without violence 3 all violent purges tiara
theboivels costive wi t hin two days.' • '
FEVERSof all kinds, by restoring the hlo'od
to a !regular circulation, , thrOugh the process
of perspiration in , Such camp, :and the that-
Cough splrition of all !latentinal obstruction in
Ohm. . • "I •
The Lifft 'Medicines hare• been known to
cure RHEUMATISM permanently in three
weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by re
moving .local Inflammation from -the. muscles
and.lignments of the joints.
DROPSIES ofall kinds; , by freeing and
strengthening the kidneys and bladder; they
Operate most delightfully 'on these important
organs, and hence have everbeen found a cer
taiWremedy for the
,worst cases,af: GRAVEL.
Also WORMS; by dislodging from the turn.
ingS of the - bo - Wels the-slimymatter to - which
these treatUresadhere. • .
SCURVEY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
BORES, by the `perfect purity which these
LIFE-MEDICINES give.to the blood, and all
SCORBUTIC' ERUPTIONS itrid.BAD COM
PLEXIONS, by their alterative effect upon the
fluids that feed the!skin, and the morbid state
Of.whicia- occasions -ail: eruptive compNnts,
cloudy, and other disagreeable) com
plexions. , •
The use of these Pills for a yery short time,
will effect an entire cure of SALT RHEUM,
of the skin, COMMON COLDS and INFLI:-
.ENT.A. will always be cured by; . otic -dose, or
by two in the ivorst coks. -
PILES!.—Tbe original !proprietor of these
woO:cured of Piles of 35 years
;standing:, by tbe.use. of the LIFE MEDICINES
Alone. - i
17EVEll. AND AGUE.—For this scourge of
the'! Western conotry, theSe MediPfes will be
19and a safe, speedy, and -certain' remedy.—
leare the system! subjCct to
4 return of the dlsease—A cure by these 3led
;icings- is permanent—TßY THEM, TIE SATISFIED,
I ANT) TIE CUDED.,
I 1311,10 US FEVERS AND LIVER COM
PLAINTS.2-4-Geoeral Debility: Loss of :tope.
Mite,and:DiSeases of Pemales—The Medicines
Mave heen'ilsed:With the most henefieirl rte
!suits in cases of this description:—Eingi
Evil, and Scerftila. in its worst forms. :vieldi
fto the mildyet pOwerful. action of these • rx-
Marliable :Medicines. Night Sweats; Nervous
Debility, Nervous 'Complaints of all kinds, •
Palpitation of tie Ileart, Painters' Colic, are
3IERCURIALPISEASES: 7 -Persons whose
,eonstituilons have, become imp Aired by the
injirdicions nse of'Mpacuns, , w 7 ill find , these
Medielnes.h.pedeet cure, is they never fall in
!eradicate from- the system, all the effects - or"
IMercury, ittinitely sooner amp - the'most pow
lerfnl prepitratiotis (If Sarsaparilla. •
Prepared and by W. 13. MOFFAT, •
335 BitoAnwAi, NtiwiYmm.
For sn ie Druggists.
7'8 " ;
- " , :07
An esnericneeilNurse and Female Physii:i.m,
prestnts to the attention of mothers : her
FOP CHILDREN I'EXTIIING,
which greatly tbellitates the process of teeth
ing-. by softettikf,T the gams, reducing all in-,
flarnation- 7 will al!ay ALL PAIN and spas - -
modic action. and is
.• SURE TO !REGULATE THE BOWELS. • •
Depend upon 'it, mothers, it will give rest to
RELIEF ANDHEALTH TfirYOTIII INFANTS.
• .We have put up s and sold this • article for
over ten Team and CAN SAY, IN CONFI
DENCE 'AND TRUTH of it, What we hate
never been alife to say of any other medicine
—N-EVER HAS IT - FAILED, •IN A SINGLE
INSTIL:WE, TO EFFECT A- ;wl4e
timely used. Never did we know an fastened
of dissatisfactiim by any.one.who used 4. Oh
-the-contrary, allure delighted with its opera
tions, and. speak in terms uf cornendation of
its magical effects and medical virtues. We
speak in this matter "WHAT WE DO E'OW",
after ten years' experience, - AND PIi . ED.GE
OUR REFUTATION FOR THE-FULFILMENT
OF WHAT WE HERE DECLAPE, fn almost
every, instance where "the infant , is suffering
from pa..n and exhaustion, relief will. be found
in fifteen or 'twenty minutes after the:syrap
This valuable prepnration'is the presrerip
tion of the most EXPERIENCED and SKILL
FUL'NURSES in New England, and bas.been
used with NEVER FAILING SUCCESS - i n
THOUSANDS OF OASES.
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
GRIPING It THE BOWEL,' Aid) WIND
• - - COLIC- ' ' •
and overcome convulsions, which, if not spee
dily remedied. 'end in death: ' We believe it
the BEST` and SUREST REMEDY IN THE
WORLD, in. all cases of -DYSENTERY and-
DIARRH CEA. IN CHILDREN, whether it arises
fronftcethi4-or from any ether cause. 'We
wont G say' - toevt Ty mother who has a child
Buffering from any of the foregoing complaints
—DO NOT LET YQUIt PREJUDICES,, NOR
THE PREJUDICES OF OTHERS, stand .be
tween you• and your suffering child. and the
- relief that will be SURE—yes, ABSOLUTELY
SURE- -to follow the use of this medicine, if
timely used. Full directions , for using will
accompany each bottle. - None genuine un
less the fac-siinile CI7RTIS k PERICLIS,
New_ York, is on the outside wrapper.
Sold, by Druggists th•rciughorit the world.
Principal Office, 13 Cedarl4.2
PRICE ONLY 25,CRITESZER BOTTLE.
Sold by O. S. it E. A. JONES, Coudem
yort, Pa. , 1. • 15.-Iy.