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Farm- 'Work tor. November:
[We copy from be American Agrieteb
turatthe following ander of operations
for November,.lB6l :]
The shorttning days and_ intervals. of
severe weather - betoken thilpproach of
winter, ainLeviiitthing should be in'reini
irress for its comitg. Any root or other
crop unharvested needs the first attention.
Threshing and marketing-grain will pro
fitably occupy the time of many. Perma
nent improvements in building, fencing.
d2tining,itC., Coe be Made most favora
bly at this seas 4.
Mtuldings should be thoroughly. exam.
+Bed, andtput in itepair. Clear out and
fit stables' and shks for, the early mom
odation of stock.]
~Cattle- Confine in the stables at night,
sa • feedlrb erallly, and with a variety of
food. use t he straw critter—it is a good
economizer of fethiei; emik roots
, Cellars—Keep well ventilated where
roots are stored, and guard against rats.
Use .straw, leaves, muck, or 'soil rat her
than qtable manure for banking up out-
_ Cisterns and Wells—See ' that all fix
tures are in order to convey water, and
guard against freezing of pipes.
Cora --Compete husking,4 not dcne,
or as soon as practicable; the weather
arid, vermin injure that left in the field.
Ttie : atalks should be saved from the beat
ing and 'rotting of storms. store the ears
is welt ventilated cribs. Select the be.,t
gars for seed, if neglected until now.
Draining—Continue to Inakd drains as
needed, while the weather permits. Clear
out open. witches and road sluice ways,
and occasionally examine drain furrows in
grain fields. Standing hater kills mid
rilit-'—iCeep in a cool place, but guard
against freezing.. Sort-Over before ren(o
nog to Winter quarters.
Grain—Thresh early; and tuarliet'm
store securely. Select the best fur seed
produces like . .
,llogs--!Keep up tbei l r appetite by
ebange of food, and fatten-. as rapidly as
poSsible.' : Cold weather consumes fat.
FOr curly pigs turn a 'wile• atuong, the
Iliirses—Feed with • unthreashed oats
run through thecutter,'lwith bay and car
rots, alternating occasionally. Keep sta
bler well ventilated, anii keep the Ekin
ckan 'and active with lcurry colub and
3ce houses—Preparelfor early filling.
'Aye may be but one clop of good ice.
plenty of leaves from
the *cods and muck froth the swamps, to
•ute-for bedding and cot4ost. Allow no
ac;ctifiulation' of heaps', near the stable
trobis; Keep - all under cover in sheds,
and enuipost with
,muck, etc., as fast,as
collected.. Plenty of nianure=good crops
PloW heavy lands intended for core in
aliting,.nrid leave it unharrowed, to ame 7
liora - te the soil and destroi anscets
-Tonlity=Complete fattening early.
Keep the.•store, hens in warm quarters.
feed well, give them') a little fresh meat
cceasidnally, with plenty, of gravel, ashes,
and.li.no or pounded oyster shells.
Pl , topkinsFeed to Cattle, first remo
lying the - seeds. Keep, secure from frost.
A dry loft, with - any needed entering of
straw, is better than a dry cellar.
Sheep - r -Take m
~ from, the pastures
early, and provide ample sheds, well ‘en•
tilated,TOr-prote - etien froin storms. Feed
in racks apart from other stuck. Allow
free acceis to water, an'.ci salt weekly.
straw used for feedinig! should be cut
and .cuixed with meal' or shorts. Use
freely forhiter. •
Sorghum=—Complete rutting and man
ufacturing. Keep under' cover until
need. odera t • freezing does not :spoil
ii for yrup, if not allowed to heat.
"TOOlitKeep all in their plane under
.4epair 'and painkas needed. , _Coat
steel and iron Fur facte: l i with lard and a
little rosin welted together, to keep them
frow rust. Clean au& oil harness, and
put the sleighs in ruunh order.
'Winter Grain•—Keeplhe dritiu furrows
open; &lost .no water.tostated on any part
oftlte surface. • .
Wood—Culleet airfullon •iiraneites,
clear uru ad:if brush; fell decayitig trees,
ai d,liar.e a full supply ready to draw when
, Celery—Earth up in dry weather. iSture
fiirVinter. - Sat it upright in barrels, or
even out of doors, and oi)ver 'with smut
Keep. be leaves together that no dirt, way
fall between the stalks. •
Beets Gather before injured by frost.
T}►ist off tops and feed-to cattle or pigs.
,Store in a dry cellar.
:Contplete all the Winter arrangements
early.ia: the month. - Have everything
secure for bard frosts; ist.ieb - are item+ to
be expected; there zre already
.V4P4ETIES. - : •
Tlnit ntan .canact -he. ycinr, friend - who
will not. allow-yort to,teach him auyibini
It is only those that haie done nothi4
who fancy thernan:eo ;
No Ulan has a right to do ; as be pleaset3,
unless he pleases to do right.
Treat your enemies as' if they would
cooletime or over be'yoni friend: " "
Very - few persona have sense enough to
despise the.praiso of a fool,. • !'
Put yutir monnyinto a box.if you likO ,
but not ipto a dice-box.
Fancy runs most furiously when a gui,l
ty conscience drives it.
- Hatred is like fire—it makes even light
Yankee manufactures—Holmes' pu,n
and Lowell, prints.
Dreams are the novels we read n•hdn
we are fast• asleep.
Why is a horse the most wretched of
animals ? Because it rejoices in "wo."
Tcttivsou says that every sea is fel! Of
life. le should have excepted the dedd
."WhatiaresSiiiin children are !"'as flue
parish clerk said when he tuck the fee fur
'Those 'who cry !qudest., "Look our
deceit!" might, fur the must part be prh
perly told iu reply, "Look in fur'deueiti"
He who falls• twice upon :he' sau)e
spot is weak in his. head; as well as 'his
heeti. • •
Every %redden log thatjtaiies the place
of a kg lost to battle, is a stump speech
against war. •
"Don't you Clink, huSbancl. that ytin
are apt.to believe everytlibig yout hear ?"
"No, madam, not wh.tt you talk"hale
are the ntilkibett like the Whale
that swallowed Jonah Because they .
ta'ae in a great prophet out or the water.
A 'rural poet. In describing his ladY;
love, says: "She is graieful as-a watbr
lily, while her breath is like an lawful of
Tho people of-London who boast .of Hiv
ing in a realm upon which the sun never
sets, live 'in a city upon which it never
shines. •• *
There are as good horses drawing :ia
cats as in coaches; and as good urn are
engaged in . fumble etuployments as in
A jew-girl was lately discharged in the
Insolvent Court upon Sureties, who de
scribed herself as an "eninellei.of ladi l s'
faces." . . .
In a discussion with a temperance lec
turer,.a toper asked, 'lf water rots ydur
boot. what effect must it have on the
coats of your stomach ? •
Why is a candlemaker the worst •a'nd
most hopeless of men ? Because all his
works are wicked, and all his wicked
works arc brought to light.'
Thousands ate hated; whilst voce are
ever loved without a, real cause. The
ainiable alone can be loved.. In mist
nations of life the consciousness of_ inno•
sense is our best and uur firmest
-. 3 F
Money produces a magic eirect upon_
one's surroundings. When we have it,
everything with' which we Fe brougni in
contact resolves itself into. round corners,
-while the instant we hae it not, they be
come protrudent and sharp.
The - plow], like 'certain, politicians,
changes every - thirty' days, when Elie looks
at things in general with hquite a new face.
If a faet were wanting! to detertninet he
sex of the ninon; it would be found itt . ler
obstinacy about her. age. Like inost
dies, - she is never .initre than a day .older
WILLIE BROWN—BY 3I'ABY 11. C. BOItII
!Ile night was dark in Ireland, •
The rain was filliing down,
And death' was stealing to the heart
-Be hid ,upon mother's.knee,
And looked within her eyes ; - •
_Of summers lie had known hut three,
And They were three of sighs.
He leaked within her gentle eyes,
, And tried in rain to snenlr,
.For the rose had dintl,y %tried -
Front the•lily on - Lis cheek.
And Well the,mptherknew the Words% f
• Her dnrling wettld'hare said,
-For there he My a dying— .
Dying for wan; of bread.
The lain, upon tote grajsy roof,
Came wildly rusbitig down, .
And ungets waited for the soul
Llf little Willellrown..
He lay upon•his'ntother's knee, " • "
And flister fell the rain—
lie Over looked upon her flee,
Or.usked for bread lignin. • • '
and plifer grew-lris
Ells golden Itnif,titscorled.. • ;
And the angels iwhispered hint away
Fran. hunger, and the world:
. . ,
Af weaning , 14ell,,sbut hasty•tempered di
vine, ..w.ho:c datiutieiationa- of the &ben
comings of.his flockljustly-laid him open
to the coin inelitary; passed on Charie4 ir,ox,
that,hough . ho .k newt' ow to hit.t he right
mil o the head, be generalty,hitit until
he sp it his Work, was once impelled to
ask o e-of.his congrezation what lietho'r.
of hi phillipics. "Si,"t , said his friend,
k that 'good advice is . like brandy
and Water—a capital thing in its way ;
bit' O;obody lilies to 'swallow it scalding
LIFE PILLS AND FIICENIX BITTERS ?
nruitsE 3iEDIOIES.buve 4ow:l#infiefir,o
the public fOr'a period'of Tutivry YEA'ati,
aud. during tha,t time _ hate maintained a highl
'diameter in 'aliniist every part Of the .. - Olobe,
for their extraordindry and iminediate power
of restoring:perfect health to persons suffering
under-nearly etery.kinci of disease. to %Chia
the human frame is liable..'
The folltitap - g nee :among the distressing
variety of loitnnn diseases in Whisk the
Tegefaiale , Life Medielies
Are well kifininToThe I
DYSVEPSIA,-Ily thoroughly cleansing the
first, and Seep.q..stomaelis, and!creu.tiag, it,lloW
orantra heattlff - itile i linstead of be atuteZ.6s:itt
aCrid•khrel;! FLATULENCY*: LOSsorA
Heartburn; , I - leadacite,Restlessnes, !lll;Tent
per, 10fetz;1;arignor ; and Melattel:oly, which•
are t h6'general spit manta DY ! spepsbt,,'will
v'ariistf, tiS,a flatting consequence of its •eure.
;:OGSTIVENESS,•! : bY. deanmit the:whole
length of the hwestines With' a soliTtitlii•Oi:es:s.
and without violenee ; all violent pages: leaye
the bowels costive within two . days.
: FEVERS, WWI kinds. bfreitoring the blotid
to a regular circulation. through the process
of per ‘ piration in suelt -_
eases, and the thor
ough solution of all intestinal obstruction 'hi
other?. . !!
The Life, Medicines, have been known to
cure RHEUMATISM permanently in three,
weeks, and GOUT in half that, time, by re
moving local lA:it:natation from the muscles.
and ligaments of the ktints.
DROPSIES! of all kinds. by freeing, antb,
streugthenin,g ! tlM kidneys and bladder; they
operate most delightfully on these important
organs. and itemm h ice ever been found a cer
reniedly for the worst i•ases of GRAVEL.
Also WORMS; by distod , ring from the torn
in,rs Of the: buirels.the slimy matter to which
SCURVEi". ULCERS. nail INVETERATE
SORES, hi the i)erfea parity which these
LIFE MEDICINES give to the b!oud, and all
'SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COM
PLEXIONS, by theirniterative effect upon the
fluids that !feed the skin, and the morbid state
of which occasions all ernpli've complaints,,
sallow, cloadY, and other disagreeable com
The uSe:of these Pills for ft very short time,
will-effect au entire cure of SALT RHEUM,
and a strihiug improvement in the dearness
of.the COMMON COLDS and INFLU
ENZA will always:be cured by one dose, or
by two in the, worst cases.
PILES-The original proprietor of these
Medicines was cured of-Piles of 35, years
the use of the LIFE MEDICINES
FEVER :AND.AGUE.--For this scourge o
the Western country, these Medicines will be
lotnid a safe. speedy, and certain remedy.—
Otherinedicines leave the system 'subject to
a return of the disfase,,a cure by these Med
icines is pttrmaneut—TlCK 751531, IIE , SATISFIED,
AND 55 CTBEA, •
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM
PLAINT&GerieraI Debility. Loss of Arnie ,
tite, and Diseases of Females—the Medicines
havy been used with the most beneficirl re
sults in eases of
Evil, and :Scorfula. in its worst forms. yield's
to the miii# yet 'powerful action of these re
markable 'Medicines. Night Sweats, Nervous
Debility, Neryons Complaints of all hinds,
PalpilatiOn of thefleart, Painters Colic, are
MERCURIAL. DISEASES.-- Persons whOso
eonstitutiOns have become impaired by the
injucliciotis nse of Mzuccav, will; find these
MeVicinei a perfect cure, as they never fail to
eradicate;frOm the system, all the effects or.
Mercury, lntinitely sooner than the most pow
erful preparations of Sarsaparilla.
Prepared and sold by W. B. 'MOFFAT.,
335 BROADWAY. NEW-YOBS.
Fcir sale by all Druggists.
An experenced Nurse ,and Female Physician,
presents to the attention of roothers,i her
FOR CHILDRIT , N.TEPIIIING,
whish . ,gratly factlitate. , ;•,the, process of teeth
ing, be sOftening the. gums, ii•ducing 1)1
flamation—sit!allay ALL PAIN and spas
modic aciioo and is ,
. SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS; : ; •
Depend mothers; it will give rest ;to
BELIEF AND-HEALTH - TO YOUR INFANTS
tove . _put. hp and Bold this - attiele for
over near:. and CAN SAY, IN CONOI-'
EIENGE AND TRUTH of it, what we hate
never heen able to say of any other medicine
-NEVEI: HAS 1T FAILED, IN A SINGLE
INSTANk . E. TO EFFECT A CUlZE,•when
timely uzled,: Never did we know an ost:thee
of diai.hfil'etlon by anyone ‘vhonsed ,
the contra-y, all are delighted with its opera
tions. and speak in terms of comendatipn of
i!hteimm} Ofeets and medic - al virtues,. We
speak in (hi; : +natierl Wil AT, iVE })l) KNOW.'
after ten yearg , •experienee;' AND PLEDGE
OUR 'REPUTATION FORTHE FULFILMENT
WHAT 11 . E HERE DECLAPE. , In altunst
every iimStanee .where time umlaut is suffering
frcim palm and exhaustion: relief will be found
in fifteen or twenty minutes after, the s3:rup
• This vitinable prenaintinn is the presetip
lion of fhb -most EXPEIITENCEp :ind SKILL
FUL N.UiISES in New England, and has been
used with NEVER FAILING SIICCESS in
• THOMANDS • OF OASES.
'it notindy ielieres the eliild from pain, but
iny,ignri t ies. the stomach and boti - py; : earreets•
neidiV; lane 'gives' tone" and eiinegy to the
whale system. .It almost instantly re
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS, AND WIND
and overcome coniulsions. which. if not spee
dily remedied. end in death. We believe it
.and SUREST REMEDY IN THE
WORLD.. in all eases of DYSENTERY and
DIAR RH CEA. IN CHILDREN, %%halter it arises
from - teethiag. or from any other cause. We,
tici'ali, - Say• to er. ry mother ivho infs'a child
suffering from any of the fiiregoing complaints
---;DO NOT LET' YOUR PREJUDICES. NOR
THE PREJUDICES • OF OTHERS, stand be
tween yOU and your suffering Id. and
relief that. w e SURE—Yes. Al, I TTELY
SURE- -to fellow the use of this met, tw, if
'used. Full direction's fop using : II
accompany each bottle. None genuine on
less the fitc--aimile of CURTIS PERKLNS,
New, York. is on, the outside Wrapper.
Snl& by. Druggists throughout the world.
Principal ©Wee. •13 Cedar. St.,
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLYI;"-ii
Sold .by C. B. it B. A. JOSES, Couders
peri4 Pa; 16-Iy. .
<~J. ... _ ~i ~.
.1,1115.- - la..r.fittttstra=-4 2 4k4tekt 1 7,, -
/ ' Titrt ,B 1( - XLOP&4:7 I Pr. 3 1 r412.
• Tlio - i ddltiPlit P(StfT it, \K_
Gird siffe,on Bri s fel Bdifil suitibl i"oe'AD?Fin.
- 'ii ,PUIsrAiIiED'ICXD ACITAV , kl i i 1 1 ;, 1
' I I : , E:'' A Nal 1-1. ON -'' i , -*.
' 5O ' Lir oad *sir, - 10iiil'"ioilii; ‘ '
r -..• -1... . •
ctiop t4-otherf)ortratts die ,c..e.ihlrr tea colltOor.
kno it'ilEdropenind ,
Bra de's collection •of lupe. 0tpg14114.„
in justly . . considered ;Novi
York; and inllke Photokraphic ! rlFroduqions
of the every .centre..talde: can 1,29 - #,li - ale an
adilitieual attraction in.ti; miniatiose;,llriici,y'n
Gallery. '....Ainong.our pablieatiotis•arel ,•
•Abralaiiin Lincoln, . Jefferson . • •
llannilail . Lady Davin. - l. - ! -
\Viu. IL Seward,. .Alicx. H. sterilienn„ .-..•
Schroh -P. chnse,, _ Rohl. J.
,Tc , iiinbs;,l
Sinion, Cameron, Cobh.
, Montglintery -Blair, ..Henry, A -Wise',
Edward gates, John
Gideon Wells, - Geiel.Braiiregap4 ,
. . G'Cni - Lee, ;. I
Genl Scott, John B.
- 001, BON,. Anderson,..Jacrib Thompson;
M ,jor Slernmer; - •. P. P . ..,Thorpas,:. ! 1
Col. Eilsworth, . John C, Breekinri
Geri) Huller.. Gov.-John, Letei , eC, -
John Bell, l •
Col. Fretivint, 'John C '
Herschel! V. Joinfson; L. CI, Wiglall,-13enI Met-
Callmigh, Lient. ranee-. Col. Lauder, SteT•ihenl
A. Douglas. - Maj.: Sen.' johti Gen.
N. P. Banks. Henry Ward ficcielicri Olivert
Wendell Holmes-, Horace Greeley,"•Prof,
N. P James Gordon Bennett. i
0. Eryii t,Witsli Irving. Ileary
drew jack SOll. CirliittliNi Wei > E.
John .I..littliihon, Mrs. Sig.ourri6 9en't
VriOe of Wales, I)us.e of ik ei'vcantlel Za-
i chary Taylor.Georrte Thincroft, Lathrop 1..,110t
!1ey. Sam. Ilmistom ' S. Q Adams. EarterSonlEtb
/ eridgc, Andrew 'Johnsou. ,Parsmto.lroa•nlo ,
I tsrownloW's heroic daughter, *ether jwi
I about 500• others, to which additions' are b'-
ling made unity.. analogue on receipt (if & l amp.
' Pro chi OF PORTRAITS $3l PER DOZEfi. I Can
be sent !by mail. Remittances tna. ; be Made in.
postage comps.: ! . ; I
Also a large collection, of Photographs of
uistinguished Europeans,' -Emperi)rs.--.. Kings,
Queen:. Marshals. Generals, putit...s..,Lord,An- J;
, Inors, Actors. Actresses, Politicians and Eier-
' gr. : Priee, 25 to 5u cents!each,-at cording to '
maker' and quality .• , . - 1 ; . 1
!Our establishment is also headrquarters for
PHOTOG It A PIIIC ALBUMS I
both as agent of the best Frenetitnattufsictu-I
rer, amid as manutmeturer; under ;apatent of,
oar own -We have; a /arge assortasent. tlary '
ing, in-price'from 00 . cents to sso,litil'holding
. 12 port: nits np to SCA: Also f folding l
.case.i*l u3orrucco or cloth- for thC- 'Melia, to,
hold 2, 4 C. B. or 12 portraits. Also, various
styles! of framing card Purtraitil of caved
wood,; tneta4 paper, composition,etcl, o ele- j .
guilt and tasteful designs.; = !• :;
..411otographers now in the Ord are Tilly ,
OAlll.' SCENES ,OF. TIKE
anti thingsjjof interest,j
both Card sizei fur It. b anis. and in Sterecisclopiel
form.! As fur instance, The Seed lh ieeyimml
al CaMp Cameron—ln the Trencli , 's4l'nOking
their deals—The Gymnasts-I'h' 0 3uoctiOu—,
•DeltuOnico's—Laara Keene's- Cie:nerd!! Street
. sliew.S of the Canto, etc. '4ls:a thel telay Ilhus
and :Camp scenes, and, scenery therealioue,
Also Harper's Ferry berorennd afti.r, tlie scimeS
of deStruction. Together wlth .v rious cither
;Laces of" ote. Can't size 25 cm/ s each, Ste!.
reuseopie 38. cents. • ...' 1 I
. Parties Who would like a lot. of these camp
scenes:toselect from—the..balance to be re;
.turned in good order at :their o j !war esininse.,',
and witlioat delay 7 .--ean be ticconimodatdon'
giving proper New York referenc 2. . I
STEREOSCOPES' AND VIEWS. I
Our establishment is the great emporium:l
for everything in the stereoscopic line. and 4:4
assortment is the ti'lost complete/ probab l y oL
any inf the world.] . , I
The stereoscope', is the roost imt. frreiieeAter r
6stin 1, entriaining, izmuling,ntideliliny ef Mod
jern itirentions. . j ;-_5-:, ~ ! • • I
I None ate too young,- none too-Old, 'nowt , ton
In:el/igen!, none t uneducate4 to acknow, -,
ledge its -worth and beauty. ' ;1 .:
•Ku home is colnplete without 1, , , and itoxi
and' insist penetrate everywhere. 1 ' 1
It :presents to yOor view evert part of tlre
in all the relief, bolduess.t pyspeetive
and Sharpness of detail, as if Voal acre on the
spotj. We have an immense variety. Of yicnis
of eenes i n Paris, kind tin; liailand.'scot I nit
Ireland, Wales, - .Fkuacei.-..ltelkintu,.:Hulluntl,
Clotld, Fontaintiletta, Titilleries, Italy; Tukitej•
Egypt, Athens, the HolY Lann, china, India,
Crystal Palace, also Groups 4istorical.
sic g, marriage scenes; breakfast; scettes,pi4 . 4
nits, statuary. ete.. l etc.. An - ezinisite a s sort'
mad, qf Illunzingte,d. laterior4 of Palaces, Chnii
chew and Cathedn i als, i'ranee, 'ltaly, et.ct - ;
Thej effect of these illuniirtated views is :inoSt
Anthooy's Imetantaneoris Stereoscopic 'Slims
are die latest PhotogritPhic minder.. Thy
:We taken in the fortietlepart of seebrall arid
evt4ything, no - matter hOw rapidly 4 may' lie
trovinp.:, is depicted, as sharply and distinctly
as if it'had-been perfcctlyht rest., This give:,
0 . 9 additional value. for to the' beautieS of in
:lump:l.e nature it adds the charm of life and
motion. The process is a discOreei of otir
own, and twin, unknokyrtin Earope, we re
e e t;e rgic .ordersfrem:li.ontlon;mindi:Atrii . foi-
Arthonf Instantaneous I VieWs:6l-Auit;ritain
life 'and scenery. ,
04 Catalogue of subjects and Prices will be
for,,;•ard.ed to any address on receipt of stanip
• Viz.:les 'at :I distance: sending us 5i3.,85:510,
315! $2O, or $23, can have a•good ,. ittStrnmeat
and' E (IC pictures: as they may setiaest, Sent
by Express. Views alone (without in.stra
.ment.) can be sent by miil.
- E. Anihopy,
501 Broadway. New Yorl4 ;
(3 doors south &ISt. Nicholas' Hotel;)
te r .lllerebantS fria",„,qery section of the
country are respectfully invited to: make an
exainination of our stue-k.
_o-Photographers: Our Sulletini of Photo
graphic Inreotion nad•;•luipeuremeut will be
sent to uuy address no npplication.;
I [Cut this oat for future referenee.T !,
UOTHERA, DEAD folloWing is on
extract, from. xi _letter *irittervbYthevastorief
a Baptist Olmict.lo,sf-tli,e "qoUrifalr add *B
- Cincinnati. Ohio, and speaks vOlinties
in favor of that rrorld-renowned,inedieine---
MRS. WissLow'sISOOTHLNG &UM" roe Cary
!MEN TKETIIING: 1
4 We see-an advertisement in yonr columns
cif tfrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrap.
; Now ire
rimier said a word ; in fa.vor of a patentniedi
cide before iti-Uulr life;lint cue feeljeonmelli , d
to 'say to your readers ;that this is no-hombilg
71AlrTUND IT. - AND KNOT IT
C 1 t
cesful Medicines-eat day. because it is or
of the best..+l-And' thOse.of yOut-readeis who
bettor them :to- lev LI 'a
' : • • : ,
T - ATTENTIQNI
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rim g SUBSCRIDO,R has justleeezvedja neti
1. stock of '...
i , DEIII,AI3I,F,
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Dixect frana Nen York, coxisi ling of
DIA GOODS, GROft- ' 1
ItltS' of 1 t I ktods,
. 13 HOOTS &SH ES,
11-Arr '&1 Caps ' 1 ue-t
sides... 1111 %DV MADE-
Tifiv, su, II a g SIT gtT- i
IN i. TICK'S. PAWS, 1
ke --in sborti .11 kind., of good: usually kept
IRS i I •
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NO. 1 COUNTRY STORE.
All of will b 1
Null be sota ren low for
c „ , ily
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The above - named stock of :Goods is now
open ttnd for -alp at the • 1 .
rkieW Blick Stdr
.car nfieldlsfilouring few• re east
of the Biidge,•
where the proprietor would be pleaTekto
eeite bk.s old customers and-ns ma
nyriew oneslslfeel,i9isposed to
The innrkUt; priee!pSid for All kindi of
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. . aextibitia g el for .llercluinilise, i
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Conderrol, Jllll4 2, 1861,-16:-Gin9. -
Blain .be Third 'St.,
cou li ov,
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BLANKS- - ' ' ' I LOBES;
DOCIKTS-I I . r :
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• I -LETTEI7-BOOKI&
Frncli and German Test
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Books used 171 ' 1 the
• Greek, LIU
I c ipt on haft
Nag:lmes:, any yeriodicalsszfpplied when
desired. ; •
A, good as4ortment - 15 f Pape, Enyelokes.
Pens and Inks:, Also, of Wall-PaperS,Praw
ing, Materials, ...Vate Colors ; &C;
B I 131:ES TESTAT ENTS
PRAYER &:11 4 MN_
Y,pooKs: orYarioas' kinds.
, • RUSIqI'POKS AND 'SHEET I -NIUS
Slates nal.4rs,.ll:l!,eli-Gamrnon Boards Chess
Men,. AIDDI...CE: of all kinds tilkeu
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.'... THE HEROES OP PEACE
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:-... TIIII ill 1611 . 1 1 1 . 1 ;Ff WAR,
1. • '.E. AntiterLyi t No,sol Broaditrayl New York,
is now puhli!lhing, In additioni tolither par
-1 traits,,the c6inbrateil collectioniknown in Eu -
robe and Ariniica as I , ~'... : .1
Bradil'A itiatioekrt i'ltbrogrriAie rbitraitpallfrii,
in Which is inOludeci Portraits of nearly all the
prominent men of Amerfrai notexcepting:Jelf
Da vis,, Gen fltipuregarrd t Floyd. And a hnst of
other confed ' eates. II Price of Portraits,
per dozen,. jila be''sent by mail: ,' •
- Scenes f the; War for the
are pahlished' card, size: and in Ster oeppie
form. Also, I . , - i i : i . • -
Steren'aceino views of seenesin i'nris,Lon‘''
don,and in other pacts of England and'France;
in Smitland,,lreland i : Wales; Holland, Switzer.:,
laud. Spa in,. aln the 'Rhine. itY Athensi Egypt.'2, '
TuAey, the . lifiAy Land, Ellioa, :Indigy.'Plitia;
Sm., &c., ad,ihijittituni. i . 'f. '
• I: .1 _ i ,• • ,
Our IramptaMmtm zy,tereoscopic Vi ews are .
The Greatest Viondeti of the Age.. '
' ' • 'I ..I I 1. .
These are taken in the fortieth part of a second
and • the rushl4. of Water,ilie moving of leaves,
oi.".,the march of annrroy, does not in the least
affect the uticling of thesel views. . They are
sold for $3 per dozen. ' . t il '
. Yrth.bave tilo on hanciand nOnfriC4trethe
largest astirAment'llof • Stereoseopes, j Photo
graphic Albitins, and Photographic.3faterials
in., the United 'States, and perhaps in the world
.; eatalogiMs.l. containing lists bf all OurPor;
trnits.'ltiews.iStercoacopes &cr - sent tree by
mail; on receipt of it stamp ' . 1 i
~.E.IANTIIONY, 501 BroaijWay,'
kit. near St.,.Nreivolta Botef, New !YOrk., ..
BL ' -•-• 1- ..
x x §.: o ltll kinds for sale at pris•Qffico
eeds;.Warratits, EseutiOn4 - Stimpions,
nas, - ;r t uit , Sa les, 10 ros tp, - nnd
.to.lroptry : ldatpiest:uitih;
' cite its, a tt•ial. ', .
ten • 6 1
Th- Raiheater SU:air-Cutter.
MSTED Conaersport,i, bare
tifeeielnsice ngeney for 416 celebrated
rnachn/c, in:this cry- It is Coyenient, du r
rable,.and•CliE4kyt - . Dec.l, 1880.'-12..'.
l' I DVE1?1*: in ilieJiniNALlt. It a the on,
paierrin Potter 'conntyAad'ii3 fi good
medium throUgh whieli reacii-thelieople
`I - .
A n apedent and Stomachic preparatictif of .
IRON purified .of Oxygen and Carbon by Com.
hustion.:in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by th e
highest Medical Authorities, both in: Europe
and 'the. United-States,. and prescribed in their
praqice. ...t •
The experience.of thoniandi daily .Pinves
that no preparation of Iron caribe compiiro
with it. impurities of the blood, -depression
of Vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly
complexions indicates its necessity in: aliaost
every conceivable cast.
Innoxioua in all maladies in. whichAt';htti"
been tried, it has, proved :attsolutely curativ e
in each of the following complaints, vi z: ,
In Debility, Nervous Afeetzons, Enianeiaiion s ;
Dy.spepsia . , Constipation, Dial-Mesa,. Dysentery;
Incipient Consumption, Scrofulous - Tubereu;osi t ,
Salt Rheum,- AtiamenstrOation, Whites, Chlorosi t ;
Liver:Complaints, Chronic headaches, Rhel ma :
lism, Intermittent Fev4rs, Pimples ..on the A te
•In ,cases of General Debility, whether. the
result of acute disease, or of the continued di.
minution of. nervous- and muscular energy
from chronic complaints, one trial of this res.
torative has proved successful to an extent
which no description nor. le ritten attestation
would render credible. Invalids . sn long tied:
ridden as to have become forgotten in their
own neighborhoods, have suddenly relap,
peared in the busy world as if just rammed
from protracted travel' in a distant land.-.
Some very signal instances of this kind "tire
attested to female Sufferers, emaciated victims
of apparent marasmus, sanguineous exhaust.
' tion, critical . changes, and that complication
Of nervous and despeptie aversion to air anti
exercise fur which the.physician has no name.
In Nervous Affections of all kinds, and for
reasons familial to medical men, the operation
nf this preparation of • iron must necessarily
tit salutary, for unlike the old oxide, it is wit , .
oronsly tonic without . being exciting and e
overheating.; and gently, regularly aperient
even in theAtinst obstinate cases of costive. ,
mess without ever being a gaStric purgatire f
or inflicting a disagreeable sensation. •
.It is this latter property, strong others,
Which makes it so remarkable effectual and
Permanent a remedy for Pike, upon which it
also appears to exert a distinct aDd specific
action, by dispersing the local tendency which
formS . them.
In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its canoe*
a sing* box of these Chalybeata Pihs has of:
ten sufficed•for the most habitual cases, in - f
eluding - the attendant Costerenem
In unchecked Diarrhoea, even when advanced
to Dysentery, confirmed, emaciating, and up.:
parently malignant, the eirects have been
I.•qually i decisive and astuniAin,g,
.In the local pains, loss offlesh and strength,
:debilitating cough, and remittent heetie,which
generally indicatelneipient Consumption, this
:remeily - 4has allayed the alarm of friends and
physicians, in several very gratifying and
In Scrofuloua Tuberculosis, this medicated
iron has lnktl far more than-the good effect of
the most r.kutiottaly balanced preparations of
iodine, without any of their well known
`The attention of females cannot be too con
fidently invited to this rented, and restorative,
in the cases peculiarly affectirig them.
In IthentuntiSm,. both chronic and inflam.
matory—in tile latter, however, more decid
edly—it has 'beeri invariably well reported,
Loth as alleviating pain rind reducing the
:swellings and stiffness of. the joints and taui.
In Intel'inittent Fevers It -must,neeessnrily
he n great remedy :Ind energetic i restorative r
tact its progress in the - new settlements of the
West, will proliphly be oreof high' renown
and .usefulness. 1
No remedy hatS ever been discoveredlin the
whole history of medicine, which exerts sncb
prompt, happy, and fully restorative effects: 7 —
Good appetite, Complete digestion, rapid ac
quisition of strength, With on unusual dispo
sition for active und'cheerful exercise, Mime.
diately follow its use.
Put up ,in meat flat metal boxes containing
.50 pills, price 50 cents per box : 'fur sale by
druggists and deay'rs. Sill be sent free to
any address 'on receipt of the price: All let
ters, orders, etc., sliould.m.addressed tb
R. S. OCKE & Co.; General Agents,
• 20 Cedar St.; N.
• j . W. H. COATS, - •
Having enlarged and refitted his WAP.B
has now on hand and Win keep coastantlykr
sale, a . larger and better variety of Cabinet-
Ware and. Chairs, than have ever been offered
in this section Of the Country.
,His stork of corainow work has never been
equalledd Flawing -'made ;extensive additions
to his assortment-of .
he has now oh hand Phil') Mahogany b Mat-i
ble top Bureaus, Card tables, Marble top side
and Centre tables,. Fruit and, Toilet stands,.
Marble tap Wash stands.
. • • COTTAGE. •
- ' • . FRECCH
DEADSTRADS. COUCHES, • SOFAS,
• AND TETE-A-TETES,.. • 1
new and 6eautiful varieties.
Cane Seat; NahnzanY,..Bocking and ESS7
Fn fact!ei*ri thing in the lini:Lpf '''.
can be foUnd at his'esiablishineni.
the best facilities for manUfactUring and pur
chasing I?iwatoek for cub:.
He mriil not be Undersold.
Those 'wishing to buy, will nave st•least
twentyetive per cent,. by plating on IV. 0.
READY XADE'corznis . •
or :AT sities- kept - constantly' 'oti hand. rer
sonal- attendance with hearse when rill:tested.
W. VOATS. -
We110iI)e, Nov. 18,60.
Administrator's : Notice..
WHEREAS, •letters of administration; op
the estate of li,UFII Tl.lO3lPSON,4eo'd,
late of • Jackson Tp., Potter Co., here been
granted.to. the subseriber - in due form of law,
notice .15 hereby given to all persoos knowing
themselves, indebted 46 said, estate, to make ;
immediate 'PaYitetar; atid 'those h'axiugetaitis
wiii:present.theter'daly"tiatlienlimited' for sit!
„ -.D. - 7., :PEN PA:Adlttitti;Crtf.
'llliirtuerrle, lee!' Legir. ;• - - _