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0 'UST arrived and for sale at fair prices,and
for READY-PAY EXCLUSIVELY, a gent
eral ilew:Goaidiacti as • I
PAIIIPI'DDLS; '`" !
NAILS and GLASS -
and other HARDWARE
HATS and OAPS,!
z - ,-.., ;: :-, ,• - • ,;,--- .: BOOTS and MOBS.
A Figiala SUIT FOR SS•Po
Dry CkiOds, - '' - . ' "'Groderiee,
. SCHOOL BOOKS,
BLUE FI§H,4,III,OBEIIEL,VO,I), and HALI
lIT,Etc., Etc., &c., &C., and so fourtb.
CASH taken at Par.
CREDIT taken at 4000000
COUNTY•ORDERS at - - 90 Cts.
ULYSSES SCHOCL ORDERS at Par.
ULYSSES TOWN ORDERS at 88 Cts.
PRODUCE at What it is worth.
Good ARTIER at tO 12 Cts.
Brookland, (formerly . Cushingville.)
/14 17 /862. . . -
MONEY, : MONEY SAVED ,
Union Olot:hing puporium
Corner of Main and Plank Road Sts
YOU WILL SAVE
Froni 25 to 30 Cents!
on every Dollav
By purehas i n g your
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
At the new Union
'CI O' EMPORIUM.
Wellsville, N. Y., 1862
New Store! New Goods
The undersigned beg leave to inform the
public that' they have opened buiiness at
ELLSVILLE, N. Y.,
Comerliain and Plank Road Streets,opposite
the Union Block, where they will display an
entire new stock of
GENT'S FURNISHING, GOODS,
which will far surpass in :quality, style and
price anything ever exhibited in this town.
We are aware that to build up a large trade,
it is not only, necessary to have desirable
goods, but to •
SELL THEM CHEAP,
And make it an object for buyer i s to
examine our stock before purchasing else
where. All goods shown cheerfully, repro
' sented fairly,and submitted to the purchaser's
branch of, an extensive manufac
turing house in Elmira, N. '17., and therefore
you will find all Clothing well made and got
np in the:latest style.
An early call will most assuredly secure a
splendid bargain at the UNION CLOTHING
EMPORIUM. D. STRAUS & CO.
June 1862 •
P. A. STEBBINS & CO.
- Have just received a.
NI•;N LOT OF
Which they are '
SELLING :VERY LOW FOR
MarSh 12, 1862. _
QUBSOBIETONS forwarded for any of the
►J standard publications, and books procur
ed from Boston, Philadelphia o'r New York,
ou short notice. Give us a call at the
cente e s
a R° ll7 o S u
t G yorders fot. taken
thr dollar at the Post Office Store.
_ILD TANKS of all kinds for Sale . at this ()Mee
D Deeds, Warrtints, EseeutionS, Summons,
Sul.pcenas, Constable . Sales, Township and
;c•lol Orders, Notes of all kinds—kept on
h:itld and printed to,„order. 4013. WORK at
tendtid ta:pr niptly, and at •Oricee:to-sait, the
f Ines Give us a trial.
A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL EDITION
Alisisikes / OPEdlltate:d ni(en.
BY JOHN S. HART, LL. D.,
l 2m0., muslin, price 50 cents; paper coy
eric.,,lrcents. .Copies Chia book--will be
eon t'OfnittiVolilaceipt of "price ; in post.
age stamps. Please address
Jr. C. GAlRRlGUE,syablislier,
148 South TotirtkSitletilliladilphii, Pa,
.Jeiveller and Watchmaker,;
J4QbATED on Main St, opposite the Court
House, Coudersport, Pa. ,
i Clocks, Watches, &c., i
Repaired" on short notice and warranted; to
give satisfact on.
A good assortment of ,
. CLOCKS, 1
WATCHES, and . •,
I JEWELRY , '
onTha l rid. Cheap for CASH and warranted as
represented. As an even exchange is no rob
bery II will give you time for Money. i
Coudersport, Dec. 16, 1861 I
Main above Thid St
M. W. MANN, PliopnizToa.'
BOOKS, MAPS, : I
• LETTER-BOORS &
Greek, Latin, French and Gerinan, Test-
1 , '
All School Books used in;the Count]
kept on, hand, or immediately prOcured
when desired. 1
Magazines or any Periodicals s upplie d u when
desired. -I . •
A good assortment of Paper, Enielopes,
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers Draw
ing Materials, Water Colors, &c.: i
~ , -
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of yarious kinds.
MUSIC-BOOKS AND, SHEETLMDSIC,
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon ) Boards Chess
Men, &c., &c. PRODUCE of \ all kinds taken
in exchange for Books, &c. . • [ll-34]
D. STRAUS & CO
OLMSTED se: KE
STARE can always be foun
1 Cooking, Box and Parlor
S T ,®,V
Also, TIN and SRET-IRON
KETTLES, • SPIDERS, SCOT T
Agricultural Impl -
such as PLOWS, SCRAPER'.
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, H
is well made and the material g
part of the County—Terms eas
of all kinds, including Cash, s
Store on Alain Street opposit
House, Coudersport. Aug
T 4fiu paritto
HE undersigned would resp;
the surrounding commilni
.taken the rooms formerly occ
s: Mann, where he is prepared
All kinds of Harne;
on the shortest notice.
LONG STRAW CO
also kept constantly on hand.
are-a superior article, and nee
insure their success.
liame -straps, &c., kept ccinsta,
The public are invited to ca
before purchasing elsewhere.
Coadersport Oct. 16th, 186
The Great Can
Justpublished in a sealed enve ope, price G ets
ALecture by Dr.CULVERNVE 1., on the Cause
and Cure of Spermatoirl cea, ConSump
tion, Mental and Physical De i ility, Nervous.
tress, Epilepsy; Impaired Nutr tion of'the Bo
dy; Lassitude; Weakness of , he Litribs and
Back : Indisposition, and inea acity for Study
and Labor ; Dullness of Appr hension ; Loss
of Memory; Aversion to Socie ; Love of Sol
itUde ; Timidity ; Self-Distr st ; DiZziness ;
Headache; Affections of the Eyes; Pimples
the Pace , Involuntary Emi sions, and Sex.
nal Incapacity; the Consequ ces of Youth.
ful Indiscretion, ke., &c.
This admirable Lecture de
the above enumerated, often s,
may be removed without med
out dangerous surgical operati
be 'read by every youth and e
land. Sent undersea], to a ,
plain, sealed envelope, on thi
cents, or twfirpostage stamps,l
Dr. CHAS. J
27 Bowery, New York, Post
R to exchange for Horses,
XI Good Notes or Judgmen
`Farm situate in Harrison tow)
Pa., lyinz on the old State ro
Spring Mills to Harrison Vail
Pa. Containing aboutllo
Acres improved and in a goo.
cation, on which is arected
House, good Barns, Corn 13
necessary out-buildings, a
chard containing some twent
of Grafted Fruit, Shade Trees
Farm lies about 1 mile from
1 miles from Westfield and 6n
Mills, and is a good Stock an
and will be sold so that, any 0,
a payment of 3 or 4 hundre
can make tl e farm pay for it 4
bor. "Price, $2,500, foriS
of Peter Simmons now accul
or C, Oswayo
Jaa..lli n lit2,
Repairing done in go
•. A valuable
ship, Potter Co.
d, leading from
y and Westfield
r • cres, about SO
I a large Frame
onse and other
.00d Apple Or
,' different kinds
&c. The above
Iles froth Spring
I d Grain Farm,
e that can make
yin said farm,
• . SIMMONS.
The Bugle Calls! TheliPar Began! A War
of-Extermination against - Bad -Teeth, Bad
' *Salt; Diseesed Gums, Toothaslte, Ear
ache, and Neuralgia. -
OSA ATILLEIIY IS
Dr. Win. B. Hurd's
DENTAL TREASURY :
A Oiimpl6te set of Remedies for
PRESERVING !THE TEETH, PURIFYING
THE BREATH AND MOUTH, and
CURING TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA.
Dr. Hurd's celebrated NO UTH wAsHo. batik.
Dr.Hurd'sunegualed TOOTH PO WDER,I lox
Dr.Hcrd 's magic TOOTHACHE DROPS,I box
Dr. Hurd's UNRIVALLED NEURALGIA
Dr. Hurd'sl MANUAL on the Best Means of
Preserving the Teeth, including Directions for
the Proper Treatnaent of Children's Teeth.
FLOSS SILK for cleaning between . the Teeth.
TOOTH PICKS, etc., etc.
Prepared at :Dr. Hurd's Dental Office, 71
Fourth St., Brooklyn, (E. D.)
Price, ONE DOLLAR; or, SIX for $5. I
- The Dental Treasury makes a package eight
inches by five, and is sent by expreis. '
Full direction for use is on each article.;
The following articles we can send separ
ately, by rnail,:viz
The Treatiseon Preserving Teeth sent, post
paid,. on receipt of Twelve Cents, or four
The Neuralgia Plaster, for Neuralgia in the
Face, Nervous ' headache, and Earache, sent,
postpaid, on receipt of Eighteen cents, or sis
. The Neuralgia and Rheumatic Plazter (large
size,) for pains in the Chest, Shoulders, Back,
or any part of the body, sent, post-paid, on
receipt of Thirty-Seven cents.
Address Win. . Hurd Co.
Tribune Buildings, New York.
Dr. Htird's MOUTH WASH, TOOTH POW
DER, and , TGOTHAOIIE DROPS cannot be
sent by mail, but they can probably be obtain
ed at your Drug or Periodical Stara. If they
cannot, send to us for the Dental Treasury,
price, One. Dollar, -which contains them.
ARE DR. HURD'S PREBARATIONS GOOD
The best evidence that they are is, that their
firmest friends and best patrons are those Who
have used them longest. Dn. Witualt• B.
Hutto is an ;eminent Dentist of Brooklyn.
Treasuier of the New York State Dentists'
I Association, and these preparations have been
used in his private practice for years, and no
leading citizen of Brooklyn or Williamsbuigh
questions their- excellence, while eminent
Dentists of New York recommend them as the
best-known to the profession. Without the
aid of advertising, dealers have sold theM by
The Editor of the Brooklya Daily Tinlc3 says r
"We are' happy to know that our friend, Dr.
Hnrd, is sueeeedimr beyond all expectations
I with his Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder. The
great secret of his :success rests. with the fact
that his articles are precisely what they are
represented to be, as we =testify from their
long use." • ,
The 'well-known T. T. Barnum writes
foUnd•your Tooth PoWder so good that my
family have :used it all up. We *find it the
best Powder .for the teeth that we ever used.
I shall feel obliged if you will send me another
supply at the Museum at your convenience,
with the bill."
But .their cost is so small that every'one
may test the matter for himself
Beware of the ordinary Tooth Powders. Dr.
Hurd's Tooth Powder contains no acid, nor ,
alkali, nor charcoal, and polishes without
wearing the enamel. Use no ether.;
WHAT DOES DR. HURD'S REMEDIES MEDI
Dr. Kurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Polvdtm,
will *give young ladies that finest charm in
woman—a.iweet breath and pearly teeth. Try
Dr. Hurd's Mouth If end Tooth Poweler
will etc:.ll7.ie the mouth from all foul exhala
tions, and if used in the morning, will Make'
the brenkfitst taste sweeter and the day begin'
more pleasantly. Hundreds of 'persons can
testify to this. Try them, gentlemen.
• Dr. Herd's Mouth Wash and Tooth
are the best preparations in the world for cur
ing nap tiREATII add giving firmness and health
to the gums. Hundreds of cases-of Diseased'
Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth, Danker, etc.,
have been cured by Dr. Hurd's astringent
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tootle romler
give an additional charm to courtship, and
make husbdnds more agreeable to their wives
and wives to their husbands. They should
he used by every person having AIITIFGIAL
TEETH, which are liable to impart a taint
1 the best o
rARE, !POT S
od. GOod and
; put ,up in any
the Old Court
c fully i inform
y that he has
o do 1 ;
but a trial to
,I and examine
Dr. Hurd's Toothache Drops cure Toothache
arising from exposed nerves, and are the best
friends that parents can have in the house to
save their children from tortue and themselves
from loss of sleep and sympathetic suffering.
Farmers and Mechanics! you cannot well
afford to neglect your teeth. For a trifling
sum, you can now get preservatives, than
which Rothschild or Astor can get nothing
better. Remember that Dyspepsia and Con
sumption of the Lungs often originate in Neg
lect of Teeth. Send for the Treatise on Teeth,
and read Dr. pitch's observation on thiS sub
ject. If too Into to arrest decay in your own
teeth, save y?ur children's teeth.
• NeUralgia Piasters.
P. ]M. AR
Dr. Hurd's'Neuralgia Non-adhesive Plaeters
are the most pleasant and successful remedies
Over prescribed for this painful disease. The
patient attplies one, soon becomes drowsy,falls
asleep, and awakes free from pain, and no
blister or other unpleasant or injuriods con
sequence's ensue. For Earache and Nervous
Headache; :apply according to directionsi•and
relief will surely follow. Nothing can be ob
tained equal. to Dr. Hurd's Compress for Neu
ralgia. Try them. They are entirely a novel,
curious, and original preparation, and won
derfully successful. They arc of two sizes,
one small, for the face, price 15 cents, and the
other larg , for application to the body, price
37 cents.' I Will be mailed on receipt of price and
WHAT ARE THE PFOPLE DOING
rly provei that
;"tine and with
ons, and should
cry mania the
.y address, in a
receipt 'of six
I ifico Box, 4586.
The AmOriqan people are intelligent enough
Lto appreciate preparations that contribute so
much to the happiness of those using them,
and they want then]. Every mail brings us
letters, some ordering the TREATISE ON TEETH,
some the NEURALGIA PLASTERS, and not a few
enclosing;37 cents for the Moulut WASP, to be
sent by mail; but to those we are compelled
to reply that it is impossible to send a half
pint bottle by mail. The people want these
Remedies: Who trill swig them? 1c Ow is the
Chance Tor Agents.
' Shrewd agents can make a small fcntnne in
carrying these articles around to families. The
Dental Treasury is the neatest article that
state of culti-
'man or woman can carry around. Send f
one and see, or, better, a dozen, which we will
sell as samples for $7. WM. B. HARD & CO. '
• Tribune Buildings, New; York.
That remittances may be made with confi
dence, Vir;, B. H. & Co. refer to the Mayor of
BrooMpi ; Griffith, Presid't Farmers'
and wane Breekbe,
dependence. Freedom now'anil forcver,liq been
and will Continue to be its motto.
The Principles by which it is guided , are :
A etriel construction of the. Conslitution,
Economy in Ooveadment,
ICo Political Jobbery,
Honest !Hen for O f fice, ,
The, Suppression of the Slave Power,
_Me Soil and Free SiPecch,
and the plosedution of the war against treason
until - the last rebel has laid down his arms.
But the EVENING POST, while it is fearless
in.the expression of its opinions, aims Chiefly
at being a good newspaper. It will,contain
full accounts of all the interestinkoccurrcnces
of the day, embracing
Ist. A Complete History of the War.
2d. Poliiical Documents, Reports on Meet
ings, Speeches and Proceedings of Leg
3d. The Latest Markets, Corarnercial Intel-
ligenee, 'Reports and Lists . of Prices.
4th. European News— -Advices by the foreign
steamers, letters from our own corres-
pondents,and extracts from English and
translations from Continental joUrnals.
s:th, Mitceßancor's,. Reading,',Poetry Book
Reviews, Tales, Anecdotes and. ossip.
In short, it is the design of the editors t make
the EVE.NiSC POST the I I
BEST NEWSPAPEB. IN THE 1001.314 TRY:
No pains of labor and no expense 'in .money
will be spared to accomplish this end I
.: 1 ..s the Daily Evening I'oel circula.Ml more
largely, ,perhaps, than any other city journal
among Merchant, capitalists!, ,bankers, bro
kers, laWyets,•inanufacturers and bnsiness
men generallY, it has always been a Most eli
gible ad;crtising mediuM. y But since the war
its circulation has: enarmottSly increased,
I which f4ct, offers additional biducements :to
those, who wish thdir business made known,
The Semi.. Weekly Reeling fast, puOishecl
regularlY en Tuesdays and Fridays, contains
all the reading matter ofl the Daily Eivening
Post, and the latest news, by .telegraps and
mails. : : : -
The Weekly Eecning Poet; published; every
Thursday, is edited with espalcial reference to
the wants of country readers,land be 'sides all
the artiele; of ;general interet , t published . in
the Daily T..it,-cning Past, eontains , a cchnplete
digest of the news of the day:, and nit Agri
cultural: Codling, devoted to the interest and
instruction O' Farmers. . lit contains fu;:ly lag
eajarps:of rta.,(iivg ma tt;:i• every wcalt,titakina-
IT AN ADMILAIILE FAMILY PAPEI
. . . . ,
'; Daily Evening Pest. i \
Single copy, one year, in advanee $9 00
Three copies, in advance - 25 00
Single Copy, per moetir . ' , 75
Semi-\ eeltly EVer.in7 Post
Limb/isiict/ eerry2 7 lcedirg and l'fidgy.
Single copy, one year, in advance 3 00
Two copies, "5 00
Five copies, - " : ". 1 . 2 00
Ten copicc.; " it • 20 00
i 1" Weekly Evening req.
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Single copy, one year, in advance . 2 00
Three qopieq, " " 500
Five co - pies, " ' "' * SOO
Ten eoPies, " ~ " ,12 00
Twenty, copies,' ". ". " CO 00
Any larger number at the rate of $1 per year.
Subscriptions may commence at anytime.
Part-alma y 3 in aducruce. my person - sending .
uc twetty or more subseriberli will be entitled
to an' extra copy for his cervices; or far ton
subscribe.::t be will receive a copy for six
month. When a club of subseribei.s 'has
been forwarded, additions may be made to it
on the (same terms. It is not necessary that
the Eurnibers of a club should receive their
paperslat the same Portoilice. Each subscri
ber's name is printed on his pitper. Clcrgy
menn aide supplied at the following ra.tcS
Daily, per annum ' $6 00
Semi- 1 4Veekly, per annum 2 00
Weekly, per annum I 1 001
Monby may be forwarded at our risk.' Spe. I
cimencopics sent frcc to all who desire iL.
.1 WM. C. BRYANT A: CO.,i
Of,tiee rf the Evening Pont,
41 Nassau street, corner Liberty. Neis : York
sFiE HEROBS OF FRECIE
TUE UEROES OF IV U
E. Anthony, N 0.501 Broadway, Ere sr York, '
is now pnblishing, , in addition to other.por-•
traits Ithe celebrated collection known in Ea-1
Brady's :Ye tional Photographic Portrait *"allerii,
in Which is included Portraits of nearly all thel
prominent men of America, not excepting Jeff
Davisi Gen Beauregard, Floyd, and a host of,
other confederates. Price of Portraits, $3,00
per dozen. Can be sent by !mail.
Scenes of the War for! the Union, • 1
are published, card' size, and in Stetieocopic
form.; Also, •
Stereoscopic views of scenes in Paris, Lon
don, and in other parts of England and Pranc'e,
in Scotland, Ireland; Wales, lloliand, Switzcr,
laud,lSpaiii, on the Rhine, In Athens'' Egypt;
Turkey, the Holy Land, China, India, Cuba,
Our Instantaneous Stereoscopic Views nre
Th 6 Greatest Wonder of the Age.
These are taken in the fortieth part'of second
and the' rushing cif water,the moving of, leaves',
or the march of an army, does not in the least
affect the taking or these TiCWS. They are,
sold Tor $3 per doien.
'WA: have also 'on band and manufacture the
larg4st assortment 'of Stereoscopes, IPhotci
graphic Albums, and Photographic :Materials
in the United States, and perhaps in the world
C.:itlogues, containing lists of all our Por
trait_, Views, Stereoscopes; &c., tent ! tree by
mail, on receipt of a stamp.
j E. A.NTHONT,'SOI Broadway, .
bily. near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York.
NATRONA COAL OIL! ,
WARRANTED NON EXPLOSIVF, I
and!equril to any Kerosene.
WITT buy an explosive Oil, when a few
cents more per gallon will furnish Totj with a
perfect Oil? Made only by
PENN'A SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. 12i Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Ileby. 1. 1862. : ' ly
The Rochester Straw-Cutter.
etIAISTED Coudersport, have
tlif the extlusive agency for 'this celebrated
machine, in this county.. It is eovenient,da
ablit and CHEAP: - Dec. 1, 1860.-12.
-..iter94Bl l l4loilirt *Kdranitt-11
H, • SOUTIIINGINTEW I
Pi#4.4 l P4Alat.t4,thei 4 47 ll / L
DOWNER'S PATENT. HEMMER AND: SHIED
4 'EOM' tuutire-srmlN 4
Is 'Flnst the thine 02 , ,r all Nvh arise - the needle 4
This remark : aky and novel inventiorkiavei
one-Half the labor cif hand-sewing, alit eoM
pletely protects :the finger frcim the, point. of
th'el needle, and makes ri neat and uniforM
h&rt while the operator i sewing.
NO LADY $1101:fLD BE WITHOUT
It is cheap, simple, beautii'ul, and useful.l The
Hemmer and Shielcliwill bh sent free bf charge
on receipt 'pf the price, 25 eeflts
'Enclose 'stamp 'for desciiptive cireular and
DOWNER'S METROPOLITAN SKEIN-WEINDER
Is an article of r4alincr4. "It is used fcir the
purpose of winding s4eihs of Thread,"lB4,
Craton,Yarit, Floas,iWors4d, &c. It is readily
adjusted tU the Work-table, and will be found
indispensable to all using the above articleS,
being a Octal itUd invaluable appendage to
the Sew Bird?
Price 50 eta to.o =Aiding to Style and Finish.
$l5O per lyronth can be Real
by enterprising Agents (wanted in 'every
toivn and CountYlthroughlout the United States
and Canada,) thC above articles, as
sales arcrapid; profits lairgeyand has noicara
petition. I A libe[rai discount to the. trade.
Address, IDowne - 17, !
!412 Broadway*, New York,i
Ptitentec and Sole Proprietor. ;
N.B.—General and exclusive AgeneiCs will
bel granted on tli! s e most liberal terms.—iiil9thn
Sabi*th E&ciao°ll Bel!,
75,000 COPIES ISSUED THE FIRST
TWelve Months . cf• its publication. Itiis an
entice NeW Work, "of nearly 200 pages.' Many
ofithe TunPs and .13,yrons 'were written eipress
ly; for this Xolutudi ' It•will scion .he as .popu
lay as its predegesso; No. 1) which has
run. up to the enormons.nuMber of 575,000
copies in 36 moriths, outstripping any Siincla,y
School Bd,ok of its size issued in this country.
Also, both 'Volumes Orel bound in one to ac
commodate seliact wishing theca iwthat form:
Prices of Bell 2 - , paper covers,'ls ;cents,
$l2 per 100.. pound, 20 cents, $lB per 100.
Cloth hood enibOssed riilt, '3O cents, $22 per
100. Bell No, 1, paper 'covers, 12 cents, $lO
per 100. Bound, 20 cents, $lO per 100. Cloth
bound enihossed. gilt, 225 cents, $2O per 100
Bells Nos., 1 and 2 bcund together, 40 cents,
$BO per 100. ,:'"5 Copiesfurnished at the 100
price. Cloth bound embossed gilt. 50 cents,
silo per 100. .; Mail postage free at the. retail,l
price. HORACE WATERS, Publisher,
I No. 481 Broadway:New York.,
' TBIE DAT, S'L'EIOOL: 2321,1,' '
...A. NEW SINGINGIBOGE!. FOR DAY
SCIIOOLS, called; the LtAY SCHOOL 'I;ELL
is now ready.: I . dt - m:it:tuns :11.!ollt. 260 ;pages
of choMe Sung's, ; Rouriklz, Catches, Duette,
Trios, Quartetts. and
; Choruses, many of them
Written epreSslyi for this 'work, besides - 23
paces!oitbe Elements r ,f. Music. •Ele
nients iv:e!sokeasy and erogressive, that ordi
;nary teachers cliff find timiuselves entirely ;
I sUccessfal in in's;ructinir even yourg scholars
to sing cerreetly land sCientitically, while the
times and wor`k - 1 1 - ' enill'aee variety ; ot
attractive and 3 ul-stirring music and .
*atimen,t,s, that Ino tijokible, - will be experi
enced in Indlicing, all bUg.inners to co on Arith
zeal in acquiring; skill in one of :the; Most
health-giting, beauty-Improving happiness
;;Yielding, land order-koducing ,exercises of
Helicol l:i eimpliefity of its elements, in
;);• ; ariety :dud adilptatir music, and in
lexcellence and ;ritather of its songs, origihal,
I;selected, find• adpted,it claims by -much, to
excel all ceimpetkon. In will be fduud to be
the best hook! carer idsu'ed for'; Semiimries,
!,:;leademies, and PublicLSchools. k A fek sato-
Ole pages of the, Elern Tunes, and Songs,
are given in a eirenlar t send and get one: It
[i,!:k compiled by Author
194' "Sabbath-School hells." Nos. 1 and
[of which Thate lidd the enormous!sale of 655,-
00 in 36. - mentlii, Prices, 'paper, coversi :2u
cents; $l;5 per 160; Be und,:Bo cents, S22;per
1100 • clotii . bound, em tossed gilt, 40:k cents,
$3O Per 100. coid; [ !s furnished at the ;100
price. .11iailedl1kee at he retail price.;
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No :lISI .I#ofitlWay, New York.
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New York Tinics.
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"We hare tried it, and find it as useful in
our house as Vrater."--ITFilkcs'S:pirit of the Times
t.rice 25 j Cerpls per Bettie.
Very liberal reductions to Wholesale Dealers.
>la, 'or sale by all Druggists andC Store
leepers'generally throughout the country.
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(Sote Manufacturers,) •
, 'Williata Street, New Yorlq
(Corner of Lihfirty Sereet.) . ' jy9ly:
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ENANDRE ORGANS,' awn
Co.'o celebrated tEOLIAN
Is, finest instruments for Parlors
Fow in use. A large assort.-
n athe new Warerooms, 481
between Grand.and Broome
will be sold at extremely low
)S and MELODEONS from sat:-
w and second hand, to let, and
purchased, as per agyeemeut.
cents received. for thei same.
nd Bianos and Melodeons at
, priqes from $25 to $lOO.
usic gooks,, and all Rinds of
idise a t War prices. i
: OR4CE WATERS, Agent._
ETTERS;or AdruiniptrntiOn on the estate
IA of S. S. *nrrs, date of Thitesvilie,Alle
gany county N. Y., !ha v ing been 'granted to
the undersignbd, all, persons having claims
against! said.estate i are requested to: present
them to him for liq idation, and all ipersons
owing Said estate are. redUested to make im
mediate payment to ;him. I
I I HORACE dOBB..
'8 VA LT MEDICINES for
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CLEANIE‘ TEE -BIM LND , C13112-Tat iner,
Invalids, Fathersi ,
Moilker s , Pbratelaas'
Philanthropists, read their . Ittreati ',
and Judger of their Virtues.
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Headache, Siek Headache,Foul Stoma.
'Pmlino, Ps., Ma 1,18.55.
Du. J. C.Atztt. Sir: I have been tend cc
the worst headache any body eau hare by a dose or tee
oryour Pills. It seems to arise fromatonistemachothkis
they cleanse at once. If they will cure others as I they 4 0
me, the tact is worth knowing.
Touri: with great respect, ED. W. MEM,
I - Oa* of. stenmer Clarion .
Bilious Disorders -and Liver complai nt .
Du:intim otr iniisruop„
VASILINOTOII, D. C., 7 Ye b,1856.
SM: I hare used your Pills in my genera sall hespinc
practice ever since you made them, and eannot bedtatato
my they are the beet cathartic we employ.. Their no.
luting action on the liver is quick and decided, comment,
ly they are an admirable remedy for detangementsattba4
organ. Indeed, I Imes seldom found a case of oinotedio
ease so obstinate that it did not readily yield to them.
Fraternally yours, . ALOXZU
Physician erthe Marine Lived.
Dysentery, Relax ' and Wonu.
Fesr Orricz, ROTUND, Liv:Oo.,lca., Nor. 16,18 g
Dn. Ana: Your Pills are the perfection ofinedw rit ,
They have &Me my wife more good than I can tell y ft
She had been sick and pining away for months. Weni
off to bo doctored at great expense, but got mi better. m a
then conuuenced taking your Pills, which soon cured hee
by expelling large quantities of worms OW ,
) from h o
hod They afterwards cured - her and our two eligd r ,
of bloody,tlysentexy., One of our mighbore had it W AIN )
'my wits cured him with two doses of your Pills, whit,
others around us paid from five to twenty dollar, doctow
bills, and lost much. time, without being cured entirely
even than, Such a medicine as yours, which is Wray
good and honest, will be prized here.
GEO. T. GRIFFIN, Itshautter.
Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood.
Prom Rey. T. V: Rimer, .Firstor of Advent Math, Ba ns .
Dn. I have used your' Pills with extraordinary
success in my family and among.those I BM called tovidt
in distress. To rep Late the organs of digestion and parity
the blood they are the very best remedy_ I haws ewe
i known, and I can confidently recommend: them to my
friends. Yours, J. v. num
WARSAW, WTOMIKCI CO, N. Y 4 Oct. fit, DO.
DEAft SM : using ,your Cathartic Pftls in my pray.
' lice, and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse the
system and purify the fountains of the blood. . .
JOHN G. 31EACHAN,
Erysipelas, Scrofula, Kings Evil, Tenet,
Tumors, and Salt Rheum.
Front a Itrrtoarding iferthant of Louis, _RA 4, HA
Dn. AT n: Your Pins are the paragon of all that le
great in 'medicine. They have cured my little daughter
of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet that had peered
incurable for years. Her mother has been long gnome.
ly afflicted with blotches and :pimples on her skin and In
her hair. After our child was cum.'. she also tried you
Pills. and they have cured her. ASA 310ftflarDOZ.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout.
Flom the RCM Dr. Hawke:, of the 'Mandist Epis. atroxii.
Put Asst Roca, SATAI.O.III. Gs., Jan. 6,1856.
Ilommism Sur: I should be ungrateful for the relief yew
skill has brought me if I did not report my case to yon:
-A cold settled in .my limbs and brought on excruciating
neuralgic pains, which ended in chronic rheumatism.
Notwithstanding I had the best of physicians, the disease
grow worse and worse, until. by the advice of your excel
lent agent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your
Their effects were slow, but- sure. By persevering In the
use of them I am now entirely well.
'SENATE Cassini:xi, BATON ROUGE, a -a
DE. Arm?.: I have been entirely cared by your Pills or
Rheumatic Gout a painful disease that had atHieted me
for years. VINCIIN SLIDELL.
For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Cow.
plaints, requiring an active purge, they are an ex.. W.
For Costiveness or Constipation, and as
a Dinner Pill, they are agreeable and effectual.
Fits, Suppressioa, Paralysis, Inflamma.
tiou, nod oven Deafness, and Partial Blind.
•nesa, have been cured by the alterative action of then
Most of the pills in market contain Mercury, which, al.
though a valuable remedy in skilful hands, is dangerous
In a public pill, from the dreadful consequences that fre
quently:follow its incautious Use. •These contain no mer
cury or mineral substance whatever.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR TILE RAPID CURE_ OF
COUGHS,COLDS, HOARSENESS, INFIX.
ENZA, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
COUGH, CROUP, ASTHHA, IN
and for the relief of consumptive patients in advanced
stages of the disease.
Wq need not speak to the public of its virtues.
Throughout every town, rnd almost every hamlet of the
American States, its wonderful cures of pulmonary coat ,
plaints have made it already known. Nay, few are the
families In any civilized country on This continent without
some personal experience of its effects; and fewer yet the
communities any where which hive not among them
some living trophy of its victory over the sulk's, and dim.
gerous diseases of the throat and lungs. While it is the
most powerful antidote yet known - to man fur the formi
dable and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, it
is also the pleasantest and safest remedy that cm be em•
ployed for infants and young persons. Parents should
have it in store against the insidious enemy that eteala
upon them unprepared. We have abundant grounds to
believe the CaLIGRT ' , capital. saves more lives by the con•
sumptions it prevents than those it cures. Keep it by
you, and cure your colds white they are curable, nor aeg•
lect them until no Inunan skill can master the inexorable
canker that, fastened on the vitals, eats your life away.
All know the dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and IS
they know too the virtues of this remedy, we need not do
more than to assure thein it is still made the best it can
be. We spare no cost, no care, no toil to produce it the
Most perfect possible, and thus afford those who rely on
it the beat agent Which our skill can furnish for their care.
PREPARED BY, DR. J. C. AYES,
Practical and Aaalyticalthemist, Lowell, Kau
Al+:7l aOLD .BY
Sold by C. S. & E. A. Jones, Coudersport
Mann Sr. Nichols, MilJport ; Colwell & Lyman,
Ronlet; A. Corey k Son, Ulysses; A. B. Hor
ton, Cushingville; and by Dealers generally
Fulton applied stealth to the great practice
uses of the age ; Morse has brought Galvan
ism to be the daily servant of millions of men.
Newton unravelled the mazes of the stars and
and made their,motions the mariner's guide
on the trackless ocean. What these' men
have done in their departments, Dr. Ayer
does in medicin6. He turkss the great discov
eries in Science and Physics to use in the cure
of disease, and makes the, occult discoveries
of the great chemists available for the wants
of every day life. His medicines for the low
prices at which they are sold, bring within.
the reach of every man the best wisdom and
the'best skill of modern times.—Wilmington,
Of the many educational enterprises which
have ,been introduced in this country;there is
none which at present occupies a more prom
inent position than that .of Messrs. Bryant "4'
Stratton, in establishing their chain of. Mer
cantile Collegei.Step ,by step- this scheme
of education has been / developed by the'most
untiring energy, until it has become at once
the most extensive and perfected system
known at the present day.. , The course of
instruction pursued in them, through the
agency and skill of the great number of
of teachers employed, heti been brought to A
wonderful state.of utility,—sneh as was the%
to be unattainable by any means, save long
and laborious apprenticeship.
While the present unfortunate state of the
country has been disastrous to all the educa
tional enterprises . " of the,-country, we are
pleased to know that these Colleges have
been well sustained, and that-the one located"
in thiS city is receivik a most liberal patron•
age.--Buffalo Christian Advocate. ,
A DVERTISE in -the Jour
nal. Only paper in the county.
TPHE Attantic drontltly for February is re•
JL ceived and for sale tit - the Post Office.
• A LSO, Harper, Peterson and the new Amer
ican Patriotic Monthly :The Continental.
jIST of LETTERS ierwiining •in the lilt
i Office at Coudersport, Pa., July. 2,,1862.:
• Polly Donner, alferriman, Sophia E. helper
Sally ItossmeNS.B.Satts, David
Tiloil i sOn; George Wilcox.:
~ • . j„ xesiri P. X.