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TnE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
is the only paper published in Potter county.
eitculates among an intelligent class of Peo
ple, and if thus an excellent medium for both
City and COqntry Advertising:
Trsiqient Adveriliemprits and those k l rom a
di e 1 , 3041. &bat be Mali or dam tehminsible re.
t er ede.i.,
cianmnniations, to, feteiv.e attention,
ueE be directed to the Vditor, and contain
tbeiaMe of the writer. •..st's attention paid to
ITER3IB.—One copy,one year, $1; Six copies
$5 ; Twelve copieS, $lO ; Twenty copies, $lB,
pith orie tc the person raising the Club. The
money must accompany the names.
g oa denport, Wednesday Evening, Nov. 6, 1861
WM. JEORG gives nctico to his
creditors to make sotne settlement within ten
gay-The Electioa Return Judges will
meet on Tuesday of hest seck, in•this plate )
to count the Volunteer vote.
sEirlu the Judipial District the vote
was as fellows : R G. White 6,289, Passel:is
Blown 608, C. B. Curtis 9, E Boyer 77.
itir Messrs. OLMSTED & KELLY ad
vertise all thoie owing them by dote or book
account to call and settle between this and
the Ist of the New Yeat.
sarLieut. ROBERTS left town on last
Monday with a sufficient number of recruits
to fill up Capt. Jones' company. Col. Wm.B.
Mann, it is stated,, has resigned his position
in the Regiment to which this company will
be attached. , . •
The funeral of Col. Daher took
place at Washington - on Thursd4 week and
was performed with great solemnity . , amid
universal demonstrations, of sorrow. The
'body after being embalmed, will be carried
to California there .finally to rent:
se-See notice of New York TRIBUNE
in another column. This journal. now in Its
twenty-first yeati\ has always been the. expo
cent of a free principle, which at the time of
the introdattion of this journal to the public,
had'hut few supporters, but with the help of
the few muster-spirits controlling its columns
to-day viewing its work in the Army of
gall Million now battling in support of the
Iftith, that "all men were created equal, and
4vith certain inalienable rights," Sc. It hos
always been the friend of the Working-Man,
and our advice is that every man who can
secure its Daily or Weekly visits through the
coming winter bad better do so.
SiiirThe followiug is vote of two
-of the Companies of Volunteers at the late
Capt. Widger's Company—For Free. Judge :
R. G. White 10, C. B. Curtis 4 ; For Associate
Judges, D.White 27, C.Monroe 27, CS.Jones 3.
G.G.Colvin 8; For Assembly, A.G,Olinsted 3u;
For Coroner, Jno Lyman, Jr. 25, W.O Blakes
lee 5; For Commissioner, H. Nelson 24, L. S.
Robertson 6 ; For Auditor, F. T. Sulu. 25, E
0. Austin 5, E. L. Austin 2. • .
Capt. Graves' Company—For Pres. Judge :
White. 21, Curtis 20 ; For Associate Judges :
Colvin 36, Monroe 32, Jones 13, White 11 ;
ForAssembly.Ohnsted 40 ; For Commissioner.
Robertson 31, Nelson 5 ; For Auditor, Suhr 1,
Austin 34; For Coroner, Blakeslee 33, Ly
Wir A ,great section of the -girdle
round the earth," was finished on Friday
The Atlantic and Pacific were united by tel
egraph, and now the Atlantic cities and San
Francisco can talk together. The connec
tion of the Eastern ai.d Western livisions at
Salt Lake was established on Friday, and the
Philadelphia Bulletin says that buriareds of
despatches have already been received and
scut, some of congratulation from pUblic
functionaries, but most of them legitimate
business messages. The course taken by the
wires is said to be four or five thousand
miles long, and the enterprise is altogether
the most stupe idnusly successful one known
41 telegraphic history. A great part of it is
through a wild country, where the Indian
*till dwells and the ,buffalo still roams. It is
a subject of special congratulation that in a
time of war,. our people bare been able to
achive this brilliant triumph of Peaee. This
line of telegraph is to be carried over into
Russian Asia - , and thence to St. Petersburg,
where - it will connect with all the cities of
Europe. Who knows but that in the l i course of
a year we may be getting our European news
by this back way ?
arta another column we give a table
showing what Pennsylvania has done for the
Great Cause. -" Figures always speak the
truth," and the truth spoken in this case must
make Pennsylvanians feel very proud. We
have furnished more treops than any other
State in the Union, and, we see it stated, with
less expense to the general government. While
this speaks well of the people it also speaks a
word in vindication of the character of our
able and energetic Governer, through whom
the most of this great work has been accom
plished. From his inaugurationauntil the pre
sent time, he has been traduced by every po
litical demogogue in the country to whom he
• would not bow in humble submission. After
the charges of speculating in Army supplies
had been refuted by the appointment of com
missioners who had reported that they were
unable to find any instances of fraud on the
part of the Governor or officers, they endea
vored to have men enlist directly into the U.
S. service and sought to produce disaffection
among the troops, for the renlon that Gov.
Curtin would not grant commissions to men
who were incompetent. But, these have all
failed and to-day Pennsylvania and her MI
. ministrators stand the proudest among the
loyal States." Long live the. Keystone 1 Long
- live her noble GOVernor 1
• ;;The_War Department - made-a•.
quisition on the on Thnrsday.week,
for five companies of heavy artillery, and ask
ed, that Col. Angerotb, of Philadelphia, shall
enlist and command them. The Governor
approved of the requisition, and the compa
nies are to be enlisted, subsisted equipped,
and armed, by the National Government, un
der the order of the 25th of September, as
contained in the proclamation.
To OUlt MERCHANTS.—If you do not
keep D. B. De Land & Co.'s Chehiicil
atus, procure it at once as it is gaining friends
so fast amongst the good housekeepers that
you will soon have a call for nothing else.—
You can get it at wholesale of thv proprietors,
at Fairport, Monroe Co N. Y., or of most
wholesale dealers in the country.
T HE NEW YORK TRIBUNE
On the seventh of September, 1861, the New
York WEEKLY TRIBUNE commenced the
twenty4rst year of its existence; the DAILY
TRIBUNE being , suttee menths otdet anti the
SEMI-WEEKLit TRIBUNE somewlmtyounger.
For more than twenty years, this journal has
labored in what its ecinauctors 1 - teee felt to be
the cause of humanity, Justice mad Freedom,
endeavoring to meliorate the Condition of the
oppressed and unfortunate, to honor and en
courage aSeful exertion ift rVhatever sphere,
and to promote by all means the moral. intel
lectual, and material advancement of our
country. It has aimed to be right rather
than popttlar, and to espouse and commend
to-day the truth that others nifty not be will
ing to accept till to-morrow. In pursuing
this muse, mistakes have doubtless been
made ita faults committed, but, have in all
things incited our readers to think and judge
for themselves rather than adopt blindly our
own or others' conclusions, we believe we
gray fairly claim for this journal the credit of
having qualified its readers to detect and ex
pose even its errors. To envelope the minds
of the young by the most general, thorough
and practical Education, and to encourage
and stimulate Productive Industry through
free grants of Public Lands to actual settlers
and cultivators, as also the protection of im
mature ar peculiarly exposed branches from'.
too powerful foreign competition : are among
the aims to which this journal has adhered
through good and evil .report, and which It
steadfastly commends to American patriotism
.As to the Civil War n 0.7 devastating our
country we hold it to have originated in a
Rebellion more wanton, wicked, inexcusable,
than was ever before known—a Rebellion in
the interest of the few against the many—a
Rebellion designed to raise higher the walls
of caste and tighten the chains of oppression.
Having done all we could without a surren
der of principle to avoid this War, and wit
ness:al the forbearance. meekness and long
suffering with which the Federal Government
sought to avert its horrors, we hold it our
clear duty. with that at' every other citizen,
t stand by th. nation and its fairly chosen
rulers. and to second with all our energies
their efforts to uphold the Union, the Consti
tetion and the supremacy of the laws. And,
though the Rebellion has' become, through
usurpation, deception terrorism, and spoila
trot,. fearfolly strung, w, helieve the Ameri
can Republic far stronger. and that the unan
imous, earnest efforts of loyal hearts and
hands. will insure its overthrow. But on all
questions affecting the objects, the scope and
duration of this most extraordinary contest.
we defer to those whom the American Peo
ple have clothed with audiority, holding uni-.
ty of purpose and of action indispen-able
so grave au emergency.
In a crisis like the present our columns
must be largely engrossed with the eiterent
history of the War for the Union. and with
elucidations of its more striking inei.lents
We shall not however remit that attention to
Literature, to Foreign Affairs, to Ai,rictiltural
Progress, to Crops.• Markets, Atc., Ste.. which
has, already we trust, won fur THE TRIBUNE
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Action but in that of Opinion also. As our
tacilities for acquiring information increase
with years, we trust that an improvement in
the contents of our journal is perceptible, and
that, in the variety and fullness of Intelltgence
afforded, we may still hope to "make each
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licit a continuance of the generous measure
of patroncge hitherto accorded to our jour•
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For each club of One Hundred Tits DAILY
TRIBUNE Will.be sent gratis for one year.
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Address THE TRIBUNE, No. 154 Nassau
st., New York. .
$lOOO COUNTY BOND.
lIBSCRIPTIONS to a County Boud of One
0 Thousand Dollars.Pifty Dollars per share,
7 pr. ct., will be received up to Tuesday, the
12th of November. The Cash will be requir
ed to be deposited with the County Treasurer
on that day. Proposals will be received by
him in Harrison Valley until that time and on
that day will be received at the Court House
in Coudersport until 4 o'clock. The Bond
will-be redeemable one year from date, inter
est paid semi-annoally. A special Cash tax,
according to the:Act of Assembly„ will be
levied and collected for the payment of said
The money to be used for the Relief of the
families of VolUnteers and no other purpose.
If some such arrangement cannot be effected,
Gy which County Orders will be made of more
service to the families, than they now are,
there will be no more Relief Orders issued.
We do this in order to avoid burdening the
tax-payers of the County with a heavy tax
and at the same time affording little relief to
those who the orders are intended to benefit.
An opportunity is now afforded to those who
are unable to go to the , war and at the same
time desirous of doing some good to the
Couhtr,y to come forward and promptly take
By order of ttre - Bohrd' of Corotnisstoners
_Attest : L. B. etn,s, Clerk.
05! EMPLOYMENT!.S7 S !
• We will pay from $25 to $75 per month,
and all expenses, to active Agents, or give a
commission. Particulars sent free. Address
ERIS SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, R. JAMES,
General Agent, Milan, Ohio, an2lly
filllE Advertiier having been restored to
IL health it ail few weeks by a ',lll sim
ple remedy after having sliffertti sbtithil years
with a severe lung affection, and' that dread
disease, Consumption—is anxious to make
known to his fellow sufferers the means of
cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used, kfree of charge,)with
the direction for preparing and using the same
which they will find a sure cure for Consump
tion, Asthma, Bronchitas, &c. The only ob
ject of the subscriber in sending the Prescrip
tion, is to benefit the affiicted,and spread infor
mation' which he conceives to be invaluable.
and he hopes every sufferer will try his reme
dy, as it will cost them nothing and may
prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Kings County, New York
Corrected every Wednesday by R. A. STEB
BINS & CO., Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions,
opposite D.-F. Glasemire's Hotel,
Apples, green, IR bush., $ 371 to 621
do dried, " 100 200
Beans, LI 100 150
Beeswax, 132 lb., 2,0 25
Beef, II 4 it
Berries, dried, V quart 6 124
Buckwheat, V bush., 371 44
Butter, V 1b.,10 12
Cheese, " 7 10
Corn, V bush.,7s 88
Corn Meal, per cwt., 150 200
Eggs, 19 doz , 10
Flour, extra, V bbl., 650 700
do superfine " 550 600
Hants, V lb., 121 l5
Hay, w ton, 5'50 600
Honey, per tb., 10 , 12;
Lard, " 10 14
Maple Sugar, per lb., 8 12
Oats, V bush., 25 - 30
Onions, " 50 75
Pork, V bbl., 21 00 23 00
do V lb., 10 13
do in whole hog, V lb., 6 7i
Potatoes, per bush., 25 • 37i
Peaches, dried, la lb., 25
Poultry, V lb., 6 7
Rye, per hush., 63 75
Salt, V bbl., 275 350
do V sack, 2o
Truut, per 1 bbl., - 460 500
Wheat, V bush., 100 1 3 12
White Fish, 1p bbl., 4 . 50 5-00
ALL persons indebted to the undersigned
are requested to make a settlement will
him within ten days in order to save costs.
E. JOERG, M. D.
Coudersport, Nov. sth, 1861
IS hereby given to 'all those indebted to
OLMSTED & KELLY, either by note or book
account, to call and nutk -- settlement before
the first day of January next, and thereby
save costs. • H J. OLMSTED,
S. D. KELLY.
Coudersport, Nov. 6, 18.61
WILL BE SOLD
RE ADY-P AY.
Coudersport, Ootober,' 1860.
B RADFORD COUNTY PLOWS AND
will be found hereafter at the store of
E. N. STEBBINB tit BRO.
sergA . line; lot j.u . st received.
. Couderport, March 20, 11301;
WHEREAS, letters of Aaministration to
the estate of ALVAH C. TAGGART,
late of the county of Patter. deceased, hay.p
been granted to the. subscribers, all per;ons
indebted to.said estate 4kro,reingsted to make
immediate payment, and,thoso.hm;ing claims
against the same, will, present them duly au
thenticated for,settletnent. .
?OVA' ANN TAGGART,
JOHN P. TAGGART,
Aug. 41, 1861
AY R'S._ ...
FOE PUBIFYING THE BLOOD.
And for the speedy care of the following complalntet
Scrofula and Scrofulous Affectlons,such
as Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Eruptions,
Pimples, Pustules, Blotches, Boils,
Inning, and all Skim Diseases.
CALLUM, Ind., 6th June, 1869.
3. C. AYint & Co. Gents 1 I feel it my duty to as
knowledge what your Sarsaparilla boa done for me.
Having Inherited a Scrofulous infection, I have ,offered
from it in various ways for years. Sometimes It burst
out in Ulcers on my hands and arms; sometimes it
turned inward and distressed me at the stomach. Two
years ago it broke out on my head and covered my scalp
and ears with one sure, which was painful and loathsome
beyond description. 1 tried many medicines and several
physicians, but without much relief from any thing. In
act, the disorder grew worse. At length I was rejoiced
to read In the Gospel. Messenger that you had prepared
au alterative (Sarsaparilla), for I knew from your repots.
tion that any thing you made must be good. I sent to
Cincinnati and got it, and used it till it cured me. I took
It, as you advise, iu small doses of a teaspoonful over a
month, and used almost three bottles. New and healthy
skin soon began to form tinder the scab, which after
while fell off. My skin is now clear, and I know by my
feelings that the disease has gone from my system. You
can well believe that I feel what I edit saying when I tell
you, that I hold you to be one of the apostles of the spy
and remain ever gratefUlly. Yours,
ALFRED B. TALLEY.
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas,
Tatter and Salt Rheum . ,
.. Scald Head,
itingivorm, Sbre Eyes, Dropsy.
Dr. Robert M. Preble writes from Salem, N. Y., 12th
Sept., 1850, that be has cored an inveterate case of .
Dropsy, which threatened to terminate fatally, by tbi
persevering use of our Sarsaparilla, and also a dangerous
Ataliguttnt Etlrepetett by large doses of the same; says
bemires the common eruptions by it constantly.
Bronchocele, Goitre or Swelled Neck.
Zebnion Sloan of Prospect, Texas, writes: "Three bot•
ties of your Sarsaparilla cured me from a Goitre—a htd.
eons swelling on the neck, which I had suffered frons
over two years."
Lade orrlweik Or AVliltei,
Uterine Ulceration, Female Diseases; •
Dr. J. D. S. Channing, of New York City, writes; "I
most cheerfully comply with the request of your agent in
saying I have found your Sarsaparilla a most excellent
alterative In the minierons complaints for which we
employ such a remedy, but especially In /Male Diseases
of the Scrofulous diathesis. .1 4111.0 cured many inveter
ate cases of Letirorrlittai by ft, end solve whefe the cent
plaint was teased by ulceration of the uterus. The ulcer*
anon Itself was non cured. Nothing within my knows•
edge equals it for these female derangements."
Edward 8. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, " A den
genus ovarian tumor on one. of the females in my family;
which had defied all the remedies we could employ, has
at length beeh completely cured by your Extract of Sao ,
tripartite: Oa- physician thought nothing but extirpa.
lion could afford relief; but be advised the trial of your
Sarsaparilla as the last resort before cutting, and tt
proied effectual. After taking your remedy eight week'
no symptom of the disease remains."
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
Now ORLtAX.S, listh Anstalt 1859.
Da. J. C: Alan a Sir, I cheerfully comply with the re
test of your agent, and report to you some of the effects
1 have realized with your Sarsaparilla.
I have cured with it, in my pfactice, most of the corn
plaints for which it is recommended, and have found its
Mardi; truly wonderful in the cu r° of Venereal and Ner. ,
atrial Disease. One of my patients had Syphilitic ulcers
his thrthit, which Were consuming his palate and the
top of his month: Your Sarsaparilla, steadily taken,
;used him in fire weeks. Another was attacked by sec-
Spdary symgtouis in his nose,.and the ulceration bed
eaten away a considerable part of ft, so that I heliete the
*order would soon reach his brain and kill him. But it
yielded to my administration of your Sarsaparilla; the
Meets healed, and he le well again, not of course Without
some disfiguration to his face. A woman who had been
treated for the same disorder by mercury was suffering
ftom this poison in her. bones. They had become so sen
sitive to the weather that on a damp day she suffered ex:
dating pain. in her joints and bones. She, too; was
awed entirely by your Sarsaparilla in a few weeks. I
know from its formula, which your agent gave me, that
this Prepargtion iron; your laboratory must be a great
remedy; connquently, these truly remarkable results
with it have not snrprised
Fraternally yours, G. Y. LARIMER, M. IL'
Rheumatism, Gout, idier COMplaint.
INDEPENDENCE, Preston Co., Va., Bth July, 1859.
Da. J. C. Areas : Sir, I have been afflicted with a pain
ful chronic Rheumatism for a long lime, which battled the
skill of physicians, and stuck to me In spite of all the
:smedies I could find, until I tried your Bareapariffii.. Otis:
Dottie cured me in two weeks, and restored my general
swath so much that I am far better than before I wag
attacked. I thiuk it a wonderful medicine. J. FREASI.
Jules Y. Getchell, of St. Louis, writes: "I have been
afflicted for years with an affection of the Liver, which
iestroyed my health. I tried every thing, and every thing
idled to relieve me; and I have been a brokendown man
for some years from no other cause than derangement of
:he Liver. 4, beloved pastor, the Inc. Mr. Espy, advised
me to - try your Sarsaparilla, because lie said he knew you,
and any thing you made was worth trying. By the blew ,
ing of God it has cured Ow, and has sto purified my blood
as to make a new man of me. I feel youncagain. The
beet that can be said of you is not half good enough."
Schirrus,Cancer Tumors, Enlargement,
Ulceration, Caries and "Exfoliation of
A great variety of cases have been reported to us where
cures of illese formidable contplaiuts have reedited trod
the use o this remedy, but our space here wilt not-admit.
them.. Somo of them- may be found in our. American
Almanac, which We agents below bamed are pleased to
furnish gratis to all who call for them.
iDyspepsla j lleart Disease, Flits, Epflep•
Many remarkable cures of these affections have been
made by the alterative power of this medicine. It st inn . .
tate' the vital functions into vigorous actioni and tilde.
rtetromes disorders. which Would be supposed beyond its.
reach. Such a remedy has tong been required by the pee
tattles of the people, and we are confident that theta witr
lo for them all that medicine can do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Coughs, Colds, influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, nronchitis, Incipient Con.
'gumption, and for the Relief
of Consumptive Patients
in advanced Stage■
of the Disease.
This is a remedy so universally known to corpus: any
other for the cure of throat and lung complaints, that it
is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Its
unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its truly
wonderful cures of pulmonary disease, have made it
known throughout the civilized nations of the earth.
Few are the communities, or even families, among them
who have not some personal experience of its effects— ,
some living trophy in their midst of its victory over the
subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lunge
As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and
as they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need no(
fio more than to assure them that it has now all the iir
toes that it did have when making the cures which have
Won so strongly upon the confidence of mankind.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYES is CO., Lowell, Mad.
Sold by C S . E. A. Jones, Coodersiaal
Mann & Nichols, Millport ; N. J. Mills ' Coles
burg ; Colwell & Lyman, Roulet A. Corey &
Son, Ulysses; A B. Horton, Cushingville ;
and by Dealers generally
The nn'dersigned having
A( just received a large and
.well selected.stock of
CLOCKS, MATCHES IL - JEWELRY,
offers them for' sale: at pricd's that will corn
pare favorably with tho S e. of any city or town
within lOU miles. Evdr.!i attiqle of jewelry
and every style of Watches'and' Clocks usu
ally found in retail Stores kept constantly on
hand, and wafranted to be as represented.—
Also, Meal's Patent Revoliers kept oh . fiihd.
and sold cheap.
Ater Repairing donti on' shirt notice, in
good style and fair rates. '
Call and see me at the sign,oi the " Big
Watch." • C. H. ARRINER.
Coudersport, Jan. 1. 1861.
30 comis of WOOD wanted at
toe JOURNAL Office, immediately,
for which the highest Market Price
will be paid in' Subscriptiaii 'and
iy, ' ,111 1 :117e - h — oly, Neuralgia
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF_
C. : SIMMONS
! •Of 40§ita4ro Village-
Has just re,teired-a large ittich of GOODS cf
all kinds, such as
DAY-GOODS, - - • '•
PPOVISIONS, such as
FLOURS; m -
Everything, in fact, of every kind, shape, and
rorp, that is fit for Wearing, Eating, Drink
ing, Sleeping upon, Looking at, or Smelling
Will pay the highest price for Wool, Shin
Wes, Itc., in exchange, part CASH if aecesea-
ry. Will pay for Good Shingles, 21 shilling,
for Wool 25 to 30 cts., or more if Wool should
dvance. AN goods as CHEAP as co* be
ought in th• country.—Jitly 17,'G1
OLMS IT 13 Se' KELLY'S
TORE can alvittys tie foul d the best of
ti Cooking, Box and Parlor
Also, TIN and SHET-IRON WE,, POTS,
KETTLES. SPIDERB, SCOTCH AR BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
such as PLOWS, :SCRAPEEtS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
THEIR WORK ; .
is well made and the material good. Good and
substantial gAAttS-THOUGHS put up in ain't
part of the County—Terms easy.. .Ready
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom ,refuSed.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Cc:Mr
[louse, Coudersport. • Aug. I, 1859.-50 ~
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just published, in a sealed envelops:
ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT, ANDRADICAL CURE
OF SPER.MATORRIREA, Or SCMillal
nail Debility, Nervousness and involuntary
.missions ; producing impotency,Consumption
and Mental an.d Physical debility.
• at tion:r.i. 4tt,Y4ecricia.,
The imfrortant fact that ,tte conie
onences of self-abuse pay, be effectually cured
without ipternai medioines or the dangerous
applications of caustics, instruments, medica
ted bougies; and other empirical devises, is
here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely
w and highly successful treittipent49:adep
ted by the celebrated' authof ftgly expliined.
by means of
: vrhich every otte is enabled! to
cure himself peifettly; and at the least posi
hie cost, thereby avoiding all the advertiSed
nostrums of the'd'af. 'ibis lecture will prcive
a boon to thousands' ands thousands.
Sent under seal, in a.plain envelope.to an
Aldress, post paid, on the receipt of two po l st
ge stamps, by addressinfi
Dr. CH. J. C; KIJINE, .1
127 Bowery. New York. P. 0. box 4,586
3031ETFI1NG FOR THE TIMES
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD I
JOINS & MOSLEY'S
American Cement Glue
The strougdst Wee in the World
For Cementing Kotl, Leather, Glass
Ivory, China, Marble, Pureelain,l
Alalmter, Bone, Coral_.
The only d'rticre . of the kind aver 15roclue
ed which will withstand Witter. 1
"Every housekeeper should have
: a kupPl
of Johns k Crosley's American Cement Glue
- - --New York Times.
"It is so convenient to have in the house."
—New York Expreze. •
"It is always ready; this commends it i l to
everybody."—S. Y. Independent. ,
"We have tried it, and find it as neefuU in
our house as water."-Arilkes'Spirit of the Time..
Price 915 Cents peir
Very lihelal reduetiop_s t t p Wholesale DealCrs.
gia.ror safe by all Druggists and Store
keepers generally throughout the eountry.l
J 0 S 3,;• C.IIOSL ,
TB William Street, New York.
(Corner of Liberty Street.)
ADEN I'S WANTED
In all Parts of the Counts]
To obtain Subscribers for
Lossing's Pictorial Field-Book
In Two Volumes Royal Octavo, containing
upward of „
1500 Pages and 1100 Beautiful Mustratong.
This work will be sold exclusively by Agts.
fo each of whom a special District will, be
given. Rare inducements offered.. Applicants
should name tbe,Coon'thn .04. would prefer.
Agents wanted also for other works appro
priate to the tunes.. . . . ~ •
Rats of the Seat of War!
Flag Envelopes aqd Paper, Miscellaneous Booke,
ete ,atif)Plied. Address
GEO. W. ELLIOTT,
Harper's ,Building, Franklin Square, N. T.
JAYNE'S FAMILY MEDICINES for
1.1 , sale at
E. N. STEBBINS & BRO
A 000 LI3S: wanted4akmedint r efy
I_ at . _ STEBBINS'
TAE undersigned NS ould respectfully inform
the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
S. Mann, where he is prepared to do
All kinds of Hari:Less Work
on the shortest notice.
' LONG STRAW COLL ILRS,
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a superior article, and need but a trial to
insure their success.. • ,
..., . . ,
Repairing done in good style. 1
&mingles, Martingale-rings, Hames, i ce*'
Hanle .straps, fr.c. i .kipt constat,tly on band...,.
The,poblic are inyAted to call and examine,
S. P. mritth
CoadersTaiii °if-14th, 1860. - - -
DV 00 7 ERTISA n • : itt th
a nt e e
!My jo ttl the Peet rk
Instant Relief I geop iiiur Carta f
Purify your Br . eittlt t •
spai4i#4 3 4
- • , •
blz)f) tbit ULEttGYSIEN,
GOOD FOR LECTURERS, • •
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEIIXIt3,
GQ9D FOR SLIGERS, •
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
SPALDIS : 6'S TIIRdA T CI3STECTIONi
LiDTILS ARE D4IOIITICD RITZ .
.11.11. r 7 1, C11T TOR '
They relieve. a Cough instantly.
T ey clear the Tbro4.
j, Th give strength ii , n!ti itilutile t tothey.alK
The • ) pari a ileiichins aroma tolhe brentli .
They are del . ig it to the tam
They ate Malie s nf simple herbs and can 141
harm any one.
I advise every one h as a Cough or
Husky Voice or a Bad Breath, or any dißicul4
ty of the Throat , . to get alrackage of my Thro4
Confections l , they. w.jll, relieve you instantly
and you will agree , with me.thatthey,go i ris4bll
to the spot." koafill
willd them v . ery:tiqefill
and pleasant piffle traveling or attending pub
lic meetlnil for stilljng j yoar Cough,urallay-'
ing your throat. If you try,one package I aril
safe in saying that. you will ever aftervrardls
consider thorn, indisperlsible,, fladl o
them at the Druggists and Dealers in Ifediciael
, - -
PRICE TWENTY.-FIVE CENTa..
My signatnie is on eachl package. All others
are counterfeit. .
A Package will be sent by mail, pro paid,
on reccita of Thirty Cetits. • • •
Address, SPALISING, -
No. 48 Cellat• street, New-Yotk.
CURE • - sn:
ALL IN Y S
By the use of these - Pills the.periqdictitttnekg .
of Nervous or Sick Headcklacpin be . invent-,
ed; ntal if taken, at tile 'commencement cr Ra
attack imme!liabs relief ;from pain and sick.
ness will be obtained..
• They seldom fail in remoying the Neuss'
• . .... , •
and 'Headache to whiehl females are 1111 sib..
'ea. ' \ i ..
They act gently uporrithe bowels.—reseer.
ing cosi - kepi. ‘
..1 - - - .
. . .
forLkteitri• Men. St&lents', Delicate re*.
males, and all persons ofliedentary habil:. diet ,
are valuable aaa'lazatire, improving the ar t.
petite, giving tone and ; Figkr to the digestiveor n
gnus, and restoring the latural elasticity lei
strength of the whole system. •• •
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result .f
long Inv lstigation and cat6f6lly conducted ex.
perimen.s, having beeni In use many years,
during whitill time theyihavo i prerented and
relieved a vast'. amount of pain and suffering:
from Headache ,, whether originating in. tbsi .
nervous systoin or from[ a deranged state of the'
They are entirety leviable in their tempo._
ellen, and may it taken fat all times with per ; ..
feet safety with at making any change of di'
et, and the abae ee 91eyly;diiagreeable rails res.
den it easy to .ad •sinister 4e\ le to children.
BEW4R OF COUNTERFEITS
The genuine hare five signatures of Henry C.
Spalding oneach Box.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealtro fit
Medicines. ' _
A Box will be dent by mail prepaid ea re:
ceipt of the
5. EN t
t i ts.
All order should be iiddreseed to
HENRYI G. ,SPALDING,
48 Cedai Street, New-York.
• . •,_-•
THE FOLLOWL'it..I EDOILSEHEIITS Of
CONVINCEWILL ALLIVHO SUFFER rioat
1 - THAT A
SPEEDY ANDS SURE arid
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH
Its& , single bottle of SPALDING'S PRE.
PAREp GLUE will sage ten t times"
its cost annaally..at
SPALDD:G'S PREPARED GLUM!!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLi;111
• SrALDING'S PREPARED GLUNI
SAVE TILE PIECES
s ay- "A OTITCII IN Trt f aSATES AN INII2 1 1111111
As accidents will happen. evevitt,well en«
elated families, is. is very desirable to bay.'
some cheap; and convenOnt 11 .. ay fottrefeltini
,Furniture, Toys, Crockery,
spiLIHNCeS - Gr.t
meets all such etherkencies, and no hdheehel4,
can afford to be without. it. 'ft is *twill!
ready, atilt Op to the stickittg
g!SEFII: , IN F4RF riorst.o .
Brush acconipsillies each Bottle.:
Pried, 25 cents. A.idtess ' • •! • .
tIVABIr C SPALDING. :,.
Ifo. 48 avAn Street, New•Terk,
As certain unprincipled peistin ISOII attempt.:
Ing to paini off on• the unstNilt)i)r
imitations of,ray PIEEP.A.R.tD eiLtZ; l would
c*utionall persons tq,egamine before pi:inkiest
ing,And see eat the 101 name, -
410-BPAtitti'd's PREPARED "CLrEijpit
is on the 'outside wrapped; all ethers al
switdling Ceratterfetts. 1