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600,00 MAL E or
0 GENTS TO SELL MALE A
LLOYD'S new steel plate county colcired
map of the United States; Canadas, and New
From recent - surveys, completed Aug. 10,
1862; cost 20,000 to engrave it. and one
year's time.. - - ...
Superior to any 20 map.ever made by Col
ton or Mitchell, and sells at the low price of
fifity cents; 370,000 names are engraved on
this map. ' . • -
It-is not only a County May, but-it is also a
County and Railroad Map cf the LTuited States
and Canada combined in one, giving every
Railroad Station and distances between.
Guarantee any woman or man 3 to 5 per
day; and w:11 take back all maps that cannot
be sold and refund the money.
Send fur 1 worth to try.
Printed instructions how to canvass well,
farniSllsd all our agents. . .
''"Wanted—Wliblesale Agents for our Maps
In every StateXalifornia, Canada. England,
France and Cu ith a few hun red dollaracapital. ; No COm
a. A fortune may be made
. l i.
petilion. .1. T. LOYD, No 164 Broadway.N.Y.
The War Department uses our Map of Vir
ginia, MarylancLand Pennsylvan . a. cos
000, on which, is mark( d Antietam Creek,
Sharpsburg, Maryland flights, Williamsport
Ferry, Ithrorersville. Noland's Ford, and all
Others on the Potomac, and every other place
' in Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, or
Lloyd's Topographical Map of Kentucky,
Ohio, Indiana„ and Illinois. is the only au
thority for Gen. I3uell and the War Depart_
meat. Money refunded to any one finding au
error in it. Price 50 cents.
'• From the Tribune, August 2.—" Lloyd's Map
of Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania: This
illap is very large ; its cost is but 25 cents, and
it is titi - beSt whirl, run be purchased."
Lloyd's-Great :‘ialp of the Mississippi River
—Front actual Surveys by Capts. Burt and
Wm.' 'Bowen, Mississippi River Pilots of St.
Louis, 310., shows every man's plantation and
'owner's naute front St. Louis to the Gulf of
IMexico-1.350 miles—every sand-bar, island,
town, landing, and all places 20 miles back
;from the river—colored in counties and States.
Price, .1 in sheets. 2. pocket, form, and
2,50 on linen, with rollers. Ready Sept 120.
I ! NAVY DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON,
Sept. 17, 1860.:
J. T. Ltovn.—Sir: Send me your Map of
the Mississippi River, with price' per hundred
copies. Rear-Admiral Charles U. Davis,com
mending the Mitsissippi squadrcin, is author
ized to purchase as ninny 'as are required fur
' use of that squadron. ,
GIDEON WELLES, Secretary of Navy.
The Continental Monthly.
Hon. ROBERT J. WALKER,
lion: FRED P. STANTON,
CHARLES G. LELAND,
The readers of tilt Continental are aware of
the important position it has assumed, of the
influenza which it exerts, „and of the brilliant
array of political and literary talent of the
highest order which supports it. No publica
tion of the kind has, in this country; so suc
cessfully combined - 'the energy and freedom of
the daily newspaper with the higher literary
tone of the first-class monthly; and it is Very
certain that no magazine has given wider
range to its contributors, or preserved itself
so completely from the narrow influences of
party or of faction. In times like the present,
each a journal is either a power to the land
or it is nothing. That the Continental is not
the latter is abundantly evidenced kg ?that U l
has done- T by the reflection of its councils in'
many important public events,and in the char
acter and power of those whoarc its staunch
est supporters ;
By the accession of lion. Robert J. Walker'
and Hon. F. P. t•itanton
,tq itS editorial carps,
the Continental acquires a srrengtlt and .a
political siviilicaoce altich, to Louse who-are
aware of the ability and experience of these
gentlemen, must elevate it io a position tar
above any previously occupibd by any publi
cation of the kind in America. ;Preserving
all "the boldness. v:gor, and alility" which
n thousand journals have attributed to it. it
will at once greatly enlarge its circle of action.
-and disctisi. fearlessly xnd Irakly, every prin
ciple involved in the great q estions of the
day. The first winds of the m intry, embrac- -
ing men must familiar with its liplomacy and
most' distinguished- for ability, are, to become
its contributors; and it is no mere "fluttering
promiiie of a prospectus" to say,- that this
"Magazine fur the times' will employ the first
:intellect in America, under auspices which
no publication ever enjoyed betore in this
scholar and author, Who hats till now been the
sole Editor of the Magazine, will. beside his
editorial la hors, continue his, brilliant contri
butiknis to its pages,; ;bun Edmund Kirke, au
thor' of "Among theTines,'i will contribute to
:emelt issue,' having In:ready begun a work on
Southern Life andi Society, which will be
fou4d far more widely descriptive, and in all
respects, superior to the first.
While the Ow/Hi/vita/ Win express decided
opinions on the-great questions of the day, it
will not be a mere political jourzl: much
alie larger portion Of its, colnrous wi 1 be en
-livened, tts har.tnfore, by tales, pm try, and
huthor.. In a word. the Continental Will be
found, under its nelw staff of Editors, occupy
ing a position aiid presenting attractions
never before fonint in - a magazine
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Publisher fur the Proprietors.
* * As an inducement to new subscribers.
the Publisher offers the following very liberal
• * * Any person remitting •3, in advance,
will receive the 'Magazine from July. 1862, fa
January, 1854, thus securing the whole of Mr.
s ramball's and Mr. Kirke's new serials, which
are alone worth the price of subscription. Or,
if preferred, a subscriber can take the Maga
zine for 1563 and a copy of "Among the Pines,"
or of "Undercurrents of Wall St.," by 11. B.
Simbcill, bound in cloth (the' book to be sent
16* Any person remitting 4.50, will re
ceive the 3fagazine from its commencement,
January, ze6l, thus securing 3fr.
"Was ilk! Suceeirffill?" and Mr. girke's "Among
the Pine?" and "Merehuht's Story,'''tind nearly
3.000 octavo pages of the best. literature in
the wcirld., Premium subscriberklo paytheir
1I BEST OFF LOUR kept constantly on
bandit tins Poet Ode 13tortt.
, •"- THE UNION "
ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD,
lIBTON 8. NEWCOMER, proprietor.
This Hotel is central, convenient by
Passenger cars to all parts of the,city, and in
every parthm wants adapted to the ants of he
Terms 1 59 per day.
NATP.ONA COAL OIL
WIARRANTED NON EXPLOSIVE I
and egtial.i.o.any Kerosene.
WHY bey an explosive Oil, ashen a few
cents7niorii per gallon 3011 furnish you with , a
perfect!ol? Mad.: only by
PENNA. SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
1t. , 7 Walnut Street, Philadelphia
Feby..ll .1862 ly. -
Joyeller and Watchmaker,
N COATED on Niniu St.. opposite the Court
LA liothe, Coudersport. Pa. '•
Rep:dreg, on "short notice and warranted to
give s:!itiSfaet on.
, A gOad assorttnent of .
in hand: , Cheap for CASH and warranted as
rei)re , enied. As an even exchange is no rob
bery wilt give you time for Money. ..
Coudersport, Dee. 16, 1861
- p oa, s ALE
d h ni to exchange for horses, Wagons, Stock
LY GOod Notes or Judgments. A valuable
Farm/ situate in Harrison township, Potter Co.
Pa., l i ying on the old State road. deeding from
Spring Mills to Harrison Valley and Westfield
Pa. ICOntaining about 110 Acres, about SO:
Acre-' improved and in a good state of culti-'
vatio 1. ou which is arected n - large Frame
House.' good Barns, Corn House and other
nece4sary oat-buildings, a gOod Apple Ori
(Atard containing some twenty' different kinds
of Gaited Fruit. Shade Trees, &c. The above'
Faro lies abort 1 mile from Harrison Valley,
7 mi es from Westfield and Gthile.s from Spring
Mills, and is a good Stock and Grain Farm,
and !will be sold so that any one that can make
a palnnent of 3, or 4 hundred dollars down.
can inake C e farm pay for itself with his la r
bor. I Price, $2,500.; f' r particulars inquire
of Peter Simmons now. CC 11 pying said farm'.
or C, H. Simmons, Oswayo Village. Pa. .1
C. 11. SIMMONS.
Jrin. 15,.1862. I. 1
BOO'c'i STOI6O ,
Main above Th l ird St.;,
, tr i_
BOOKS, - ....1:11P5, ILA LOBES
BLANKS- ' ,
DOCKETS- . 1
- 1 RECEIPT-BOOKS;
, . PORT FOL tuti,! ~
. . 1-IBII.BAIIIUMS ,
LETTER-BOOKS &-,, •
Greek, Latin, French and German Test-
All 'School Books used' in the Count!)
kpp oh hand, or immediately *procured
whthi desired , •
, 31tigazines or any Periodicals supplied when
Ai good assortment of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Pap6rs, Draw
ing Materials, Water Colors, &c. •
114 B LES, T EsTAMENTS,
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, : of various kinds
MUSIC•BOOKS MID SHEET-MUSIC.
Slate, Rulers. Back-Gammon Boards Chess
Men; &c., Sze. PRODUCE of all kinds taken
in o:change fur Books, Sc. [l.l-341
OTORE can always be found the beit of
. Cooking, Box and Parlor
)Also, TIN and SUET-MON WARE. POTS,
KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
eUcli iIS PLOWS, SCRAPERS.' CULTIVA
-1.1 /RS, CORS-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
THEIR WORK •
iS well made and the material good. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the County—Terms easy. Readyd'ay
ot all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
' Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1 - , 1859.-50
AE iu al'itts'o grijttp
rpHE undersigned m ould respectfully inform
111. the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
S. Mann, where he is prepared to do
All kinds of Flarness Work
on the shortest. notice.
LONG STRAW COLLARS,
also kept cnnstautly on hand. These collars
are a superior article, and need but atrial to
insure their success.
I?epeiiring done in good style.
'Surcingles, Martingalelrings, Hames, and
name straps, &c., kept corstai.tly on hand.
The public arc invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
S. P. MLNAR.
Cocdersport Oct. 16th, 1860.
LP ROIVN SUGAR for 10 cents per pound
sand County orders taken et 85 cents on
the. dollar 81 the Post °Met Store,
Union Clothing Emporium !
Come''. of Blain and Plank Road Sts.
New Store! New Goods!
The undersigned bog leave to inform the
public that they have opened business at
Corner Main and Plank Road Streets.opposite
the Unian Block, where they will display an
entire new stock of
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
And we will make it an object for buyers to
examine our stock before purchasing else
where. All goods shown cheerfully, 'repre
sented fairly,and submitted to the purchaser's
unbiased opinion. f..
This is a branch of an extensive. manufae
taring Louse in Elmira, Y., and therefore
you will find all Clothing well made and got
np in the latest style.
An early mill will most assuredly secure a
splendid bargain at the UNION CLOTHING
PORIUM. D. STRAUS & CO.
LP. A. STEL'BINS & CO
$l5O BEST PIANOS. $l5O
GROVESTEEN & HALE,
having removed to their new warerooms,
NO. 478 BROADWAY,
are now prepared to offer the public a mag
nificent new scale full
7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO,
containing all imp s rovements known in: thin
country or Europe, over-strung-bass, French
grand action, harp pedal, full iron frame, for
' WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
Rich moulding cases,
$125 to• $2OO,
all warranted made of the best seasoned ma
terial, and to stand better than any sold for
$4OO or 500 by the old methods of manufac
ture. We invite the best judges to examine
and try these new instruments, and we stand
ready at all times to test them with any others
manufactured in :this county.
GRAVESTEEN & HALE,
3m] 478 Broadway, New York.
diLP Oaf:PIER, S APONIFIE:p. ! •
THE - FAMILY SOAP 3IAKER.
All Kitchen Grease can be made into good
SOAP, by using Saponifier !
DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX
Soap is as easily made with it, as making
a cup of coffee. •
Minufattured only by .the Patentees.
pENN'A SPIT IiiiIiTIFACTURING COMPANY, ,
No. 127 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
• Feby. 1, 1962. ly
HE Advertiser, having been restored to
health- ina few weeks, by a very simpleremedy, after having suffered several years
with a severe lung affection, and that dread
disease, 'Consumption—is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means - of
care. To all who desire it, he will send a
copy of tne prescription used (free of charge.)
with the directions for preparing and using
the slime, which they will find a sure Cure, for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, 43-c. The on
ly object of the advertiser in sending the Pre
seription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread
information which he conceives to be invalua
ble, and he hopes every sufferer will try his
remody, as •it cost them nothine, and may
prove a blessing. Parties wishing the pre
scription will please address
• REV. EDWARD A. WILSON;
Kings County, N. Y.
STOP I STOP!
MONEY, MONEY SAVED!
YOU WILL SAVE
krone 25 to 30 Cents!
on every Dollar
By purchasing your
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
At the new Union
D. STRAUS i . e. CO
'Wellsville, N. T., 1862
WELLSVILLE, N. Y.,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
SELL THEM CHEAP,
Wellsville, June 1862
Ilave just received a
NEW LOT OF
Which they are
SELLING VERY LOW FOR
March 12, 1862
. , ,
The Thigh) Calle! The War bat; Be,g;nal: A War
- of Extermination against - Bad•Teeth„ Had'.
Breath, Diseased.Gnms, Toothache, Ear:: '
Dr'.• Wm.: B. Mind's,
DENTAL , TR EAS URY.:
A complete Set of Remedies for
PRFSERVING THE TEETH. .PURIFYING
THE BREATH AND.SIOIITEI, and
ctiiiNG TOOTHACHE AND' NEVRALG4
Dr. Hurd's celebrated NO lIT.Ff WASH,I bottle.
Dr.llurd's uneguaMdTOOPH PO' IrDER,I boz
Dr.HorcPs magic TOO Tli-i CUE DR 0 PS,l'boz
Dr. Kurd's UrRIVALLED NELTRALGIA
Dr. Third's .111-INUAL'on the Best ffeans of
Preserving - the. Teeth; includingPerections for
the Proper Treatment of Childrenrs Teeth.
FLOSS SILK; for cleaning Letzreen the Teeth
TOOTH PICKS, ete.,. ete. -
Prepared at Dr. llurd's Dental Office, 77
Fount., St., Brooklyn,. •
Price, ONE DOLLAR; SIX for $5.
The Dental. Treasury makes a package eight
inches by fire, anci is sent by express.
Full direction for use is on eacknortieli
The following articles we can send separ
ately. by mail; vlzt
The Treatise on Preserving Teeth sent, post
paid, on receipt of Twelve tents, or four
The _Neuralgia Plaster, for Neuralgia in the
Face, Nervous Headache, and Earache, sent,
postpaid, on receipt of Eighteen cents, or six
The Neuralgia and Rheumatic Plaster (large
sin,) for pains in the Chest, Shoulders, Sacs,
or any part of the body, cent: post-paid, on
receipt o: Thirty-Seven cents.
Address Infru. . curd _
T. ibune Buildings, New York.
Dr. Hurd's MOUTH WASH, TOOTH POW
DER, and TOOTHACHE DROPS! cannot be
sent by mail !but they can probably be obtain
ed at your Drug or Periodical Stores. If they
cannot, send to us for the Dental' Treasury,
price, One Dollar, which contains than. •
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. Da. ;Withhtst B.
Huso is an einicent Dentist of Brooklyn:
Treasurer of the New York: State :Dentists'
Association; and these prenarations have been
used in his private practice for years, and no
leading citizen of Brooklyn or Williamsburgh
questions their excellence, while euiinent
Dentists of-New York recommend them as the
best known] to the profession. Without the
aid of advertising, dealers have sold them by
the gross. :
The Editor of the Brooklyn Daily Times says: .
"We are liappy to know that our friend Dr.
Hurd, is succeeding beyond all ;expectations
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 can testify from their;
long use." • •
The well4known P. T. Barnum writes :—"Il
found yohr Tooth Powder so gOod that rn3f
family have used it all up. ; We find it thell
best Powder for the teeth that we ever used.'
I shall feel Obliged if you will send sue another!
supply at the Museum at your ;convenience,
with the bill." I
But their cost is so small that every one
may-test the matter for himself ! •
Beware of the Ordinary Tooth Powders., Dr.i
Hurd's Tooth Powder contains ! no acid, nor;
alkali, nor charcoal, and poltshes without,
wearing the, enamel. Use n'o other. !, ' I
! i : '
WHAT DOES DR. HURD'S RENIEDiES EFGECT 1 I
Dr. Hurd's Mouth' Wash 41•1 d ; Tooth Powder
will give yOung ladies that finest charm in
woman—a l :sweet breath and pearly teeth. Try
Dr. Hurd's ;Youth Wash and Tooth Powde i r
will cleanse the mouth from all-foul exhale=
tions, and if used in the• morning, will initl4
the breakfast taste sweeter andithe day begin
more pleasantly .hundreds of persons can
testify to this. Try them, gentlemen. 1
Dr. Hurd's Mouth, Wash and' Tooth .Powder
are the best preparations in Pielwerld for cur
ing BAD Bli.p.rn and giving firmness and health
to the gums. Hundreds of cases of Diseasell
Bleeding Gams, Sore Month,' Canker;„ etc',
have been Cured byDr,llurd's astringent was .
Dr. urd's ..Ifouth Wash ancl Tooth Pou'd r
give an additional charm to: courtship, and
make husbands more agreeablAd n- o the wit4s
and wives! to their husbands.! They, should
he used by every person having: ARTIFCIAL
TEETH, Which are liable to impart a taint to
the mouth. ' : .• 1
• Dr. Hurd's Toothache Drops cure ToOthac e
arising from exposed nervea, and.are the be t
friends that parents can have in the House di
save their children from to-iue and thtroselVes
from loss of sleep and synipathetic slifferlng.
Fanners and Mechanics! you cannot wOl
afford to neglect your teeth. • For a trifling
sum, you can now get Preservatilves, than
which Rothschild or.: Astor Csin get 'nothing
better. Rerriember that Dyspepsia and Cot
sumption'of the Lungs oftdn originate in Neg
lect!of Teeth. Send for the Treatise on Tee t h,
and-read Dr Fitch's obserVation on this sub
ject. If too late,to arrest 'decay in your own
teeth, save your.children's teeth.
' Neuralgia Plasters: I
Dr. Hurd's Neuralgia Non-adhesivePlasirrs
are the most, pleasant and - SuCeessful iernedies I
ever preseribed' for this painful disease. • 'llhe
patient applies one, soon becomes drowsy,falls
Asleep, and Awakes free froinpair,', and 'no
blister on other unpleasant :or injnyibus !con
sequences ensue. Fur Earache anchNervous
Headache, apply riecording to directions, and
relief will surely follow. 'Nothing can be 0,-
tained • equal to Dr. Iliad's CorupresS forty eu
ralgia. Try them.' Th eyare ! entirely a noel,
curious, end original preparation, and wOn
denAlly Isueceisful. They• are of two siies,
one small, for the face, pride 15 cents; and the
other large, for application to the body, price
37 cents. Will be htailedon.ieeeipt of price and'
one ea mfi.
• -WHAT ARE THE PFOPLE DOINdI • -
, int e lligent
The American peOple are enough
to'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' TURATISE ON TEETH,
Some the NEURALGIA PLASTERS, and not a few
enclosit* 37 cents for the Worn WASH, tri`be
sent by mail; but to those we are.coinpeiled!
to reply dhat it is impossible to send'a hhlf-1
pint' bot le by mail: • The people want. these!
Remedi s. Who soil supply Mena ' 'Now isttie
?Chance for . - iChp.nce for Agen4. - • 1 1
1 !. - • '. 1 1
Shrewd agents can make a small fotthrie in
carrying these articles around to fainilies. "The
Dental Treasury isithe neatest article - th i
man or Woman can carry around'. ' Sendf
one. and' see, or, better, a dozen; vbich welwil4
sell na.aamples far! y . I WM. B. HARD & CO.
I - -, -, • . Tribune Buildings, Nert , Yr l i. .1
! That remittances may:, be"rnide With: . 'cniafi!
dence; iv.. B. H.) di Co. WO to the Mayor - of
Brooklyn ; to GAri'Gri6th;;Presid't Fartbere
and Citizens' Bank, Brooklyn, and to' ethers:
SO3fETHlip *Wit? - • :
Highly ImPo t ttaa to the ,adietti• T ,
. . OWNER'S- PATENT , REMPAER AND SHIELD,
' ' ' : : Fole -HAN SEWING :•'" - -- •!.
Is ~ , , jliSt the thing" for, 1 ivhci,eiso tharieedle.
This remarkably .rimple a &Navel invention saves
one•lialf the. labor of h d-sewing, salt com
'plately protects ithe So er fnm the point of
th 4 needle, and; Makes a neat , and' uniform
he I , hile the operator is selling: , •
ING LADY SIIOELD BE WITHOUT IT. .
It scheap, siraple,lbeautiful, and usefOl. The
Hemmer and Shield will be sea free of charge
onlreceipt of the price, 125 CentS.
pnclose stamp ford elscriptire circular and
terms! j - I 1 - I
DOWNER'S METRVOLIITAN SKEIN-WEINDER
'I ' '- ADI i ,
I; an article of real merit. It is used for the
*pose of winding 819eins of Thread, .11c,
Cotton,Yern, Floss; Worstett, &c. It is readily
adjusted to the w 'rk-tible, and will'befounil
indispensable to a using the above articles,
ling a useful an iwfalumble appendage to
e Sewmg-Bird.'L 1
Plies 50 Cts . to sl' riling:to Style and Finish.
$ l l5O pax' *milli can be Real
ied by enterprising Agents (wanted in every
wniind County throughout the United States
d Oaada,) selling the above article; as
les are rapid, pi t oftts!large, apd has no com
p tition. A liberal discount to the trade.
• i A H. Downer,
.442 Broadway, New York;
1 Patentee and Sole Proprietor.
N.B.—General end exclusive Agencies will
be granted on thelmost liberal terms.—ml93tp
- - .
THE DO SCHOOL HELL.
A NEW SDIGING BOOK FOR DAY
SCHOOLS, called the , DAY SCHOOL BELL
Os now ready. k contains about 200 pages
f clime Songsq Rounds, Catches, Dtietts,
Quartetts. and Choruses, many of them
written expressly' for' this work, besides 23
pages of the EleOaents of -Music. The Ele
-1 intnla are so easy and progressive, that ordi
kary teachers twill find themselves entirely
uccessful in insOucting even young scholars
slug correctlyiandiscientifically, while the
tunes and words embrace such a variety of
lively, attractive ;Ind ;soul-stirring music and
sentiments, that, no trouble will be experi
fenced in inducing all beginners to go on with
zeal in acquiring skill in one of the most
health-giving, b'eauti-imprOving, happiness
lyielding, and otder-lproducing exercises of
school life. In simplicity df its elements, in
variety and atlaptaition of music, and in
excellence and number of its Songs, original,
selected, and, adhpted, it. claims by much to
excel all competitors: It will be found to be
the; best book ever lissued for Seminaries,
Academies, and Public Schbols. A few sam
plelpages of the jElein sots, Tunes, and Songs.
are given in a cipeular send and get one. It
is nompiled by fiORACE WATERS, Author
Bells!" Nos. 1 and 2,
of which have th,e enormous sale of 655.-
000 in 36 ;synths. Prices; paper covers, 201
cents, 15 per 1100; Bound;;30 eents, ' 22 per
100 - cloth bound, eliabossed gilt, 40 cents,
30 per 100. 25 copies furnished at the 100
price. Mailed free at the retail price.
Ht)RACE WATERS, Publisher,
No l'4Bllßroadway, New York.
SOMETHING FQII. THE TIMES!!!
A NECESSITY 1N EVER HOUSEHOLD !
Aineiica . 4 Cerile - nt Glue,
The strongest Glue in the World •
For Cenzentiiw iVcod, l _Leather, Glass.
Chino, , Marble, Porcelain,
Alabasier, Pone, 'Coral, etc..
The only article of the kind ever produc
ed which will with i stand Water.
C , , 1 ,
1: ximann :
fiEvery lionsekeeper should hate a supply
ofjohns k Grapey's: American Cement Glue!'
— 2 ..YezO York Timer: ' ';
1"It is so convenient to hare in the house.'
---c2Ven , York Erpresk °
j'•ltis always. ready; this commends it to
everybody."—. Y.! Independent.
!‘l,Ve have treed it, andlfind it as useful in
bur house as rater. l; Wit rs'Spirit of the TiineA
Price !..&.6. Cents per Bottle.
Very liberal re l ductions tci'SVliolesale Dealers.
j [ TERMS CASH.
For sale byjall Druggists Jand Store
keepers generfilly throughout the country.
JJOHNS t CROSLEY,
j (Sole Manufacturers,) J
'lB iWilham St'reet, New York. ,
(Corner of LihertylStreet) jyOly
TRE BEROES OF PEACE
.1 I ANDI
TIIIIE IBErtOF.4 OF WAIL" •
E. Anthony; N 0.501 Broadway, New York,
is now publiShing, in addition to other por
traits, the celihrat'ed collection known in Eu
r Ope and Amqrica ias
Brady'e;Naliopal Photographic Portrait Gallery,
in which is inlcluded Portraits of nearly all the
prominent men of America, not excepting Jeff
Davis, Gen Beauregard,,Floyd, and a host of
Other cOnfederat4 Price of Portraits, 3,00
per dozen. qan be sent by mail.
Scenes tof the War for the Union,
arc published, card size, and in Stereocopic
fOrm. Also, j AI
Stereoscopm views of 'scenes in Paris, Lon
don and in other parts of England and France,
in gcotland, Ireland, 'Wales, Holland, Switzer
land, Spain, bn'the Rnipe, in Athens;Egypt,
Turkey, the StiolY Land; China, India, Cuba,
ac., ad infiniium. ;,
Our Instantanous Stereoscopic Views are
The Gr,eateSt Wonder of the Age.
These are taken to thy' fortieth part of a second
and the rusliing watci,the moving of leaves.
! or the mare of an army, does not in the least
laffect the taking, of these views. They are
sold for $3 r ier dozen. i.
We haVe also on hand and manufacture the
largest assortment of r!Stereoscopes, Photo
graphic Albitms, and Photographic Materials
in the Uniteit States, and perhaps in the world
Catalogue l s, containing lists of all our. Por
traits, Views, Stereosccipes, &c., sent tree by
mail, on receipt of a stamp.
H. ArHONY,'SOI Broadway,
jyly near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York.
MELODEONS. LEXANDRE ORGANS, Ain
T. GILBERT . .:4;I CO.'S celebrated .2EOLLAN
PIANOS amth finestlinstruments for Parlors
and Churches now in use. cA. large assort
ment can be - sebb at the new Warerooms, 481
BROADWAY, hetween Grand and Brobme
Streets, which Will be sold at extremely low
'ricer: PIANOS and - MELODEONS from sun
dry makers, new and second hand, to let, and
rent allowed`if purchased, as pee agreement.
Monthly pitym nts received for the same.
Also, secod-13 nd Pianos and,Melodeons:at
great bar ains prices from 25 to 100.
Sheet Muir., Music Books, and all kinds of
Music Merchandise at4War prices. - . _
::', ' 71 - EORALOE WATERS, Agent ;
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IfOR THE RAPID CUBE OP
Colds, Coughs, and-
Banos:l4 11Ltss, 20th Dery i 855.
Da J .C. Arse: I do not hesitate to say
Ike best remedy I have ever found for
Coughs, IlearsenestOnfluenza, and the
concomitant symptoms of a Cold, IS your
CRIMPY 'PAMPA!. Its Constant use in
my practice and my family for the last
ten years has shown it to possess supe
rior Nirtnes for the, treatment of these
complaints. -Y,BEN KNIGHT,
• A. B . morthlry; Esu.', of Una, N.Y., writes; i glu.'
used your PAMPu myself-and in my relay e ver e b m*
yon invented it, and believe- it the best MediCint : for as
purpose ever potent. With' a bad' cold I should worm
pay twenty-five doll= for a bottitthan do without it; AS
41A1 any other remedy.. .
'Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza.
Bnorgra Ana: I Will cheerfully certify your PtcrolAS
Is the beet remedy we,possess for the cure of Whoopuw
&ugh, Orovp, and the chest diseases of children. We of
your fraternity In the South appreciate your skill, and
commend your medicine, to ourpeople. .
AMOS LSE, 3lo3ilmar, lA, writes, 3d dan.,1150;
"I had a tedious Influenza, which confined me in donee
six weeks; took mney medicines without reliek finally
tried your PAcnzu.sz by; the advice of our clergytnaa
The first dose relieved the soreness in my throat and
lungs; less than one halt the hiittle made me complitely
well. Your medicines are the cheapest as well as thebest
we can buy y rind we Esteem - you, doctor; and your ruo,
dies, as the poor man's friend..
Asthma or Phthigic, and Bronchitis...
• Wrer..na• scaesna, PA., Feb. 4,1850,
Su: Your Qum Pzeresta. is performing marvellowi
cures in thin section. It has relieved several from alarm.
lag gymptoms,of consumption, and - is now curing a mall
• who leas labored under an affection of the lungs for tin
lest forty yearn. - ILSNRY L. PARRS, Merely:it.;
A. A. ItAMSEY, Atm.; 31o:tram C 0.,. lon e
writes, Sept. 6, 1855: " Daring my practice of many jean
I have foittul nothing equal to your CEMEIIT PECTORAL to
;Wing AIM and relief to consumptive patients, or eating
inch as Ere curable."
We might add volumes of evidence, but the most ee!
'firming proof of the virtues of this remedy is found in SY
olfotte upon trial.
Probably no one remedy' has ever been known vhieli
eared so many and such dtuagerous cases as this. Soma
no human aid can reach; but even to those the CniUll
Pacroaw aeords relief and comfort.
Asroz Horse, New Foes Crrr, March 5,1850
Dodroa Nrea,Lewr.u.;l I feel it a duty and a pleasure
to inform you what your CHERRY - PECTORAL has done far
my wife. She had- beeri five months laboring finder the
dangerous symptoms oliConsumption, from which no aid
we could procure gave her much relief.. She was steadily
Pilling, until Dr. Strout of this city, where we have come
for advice, recornmendrid a - trial of your medicine. We
bleat his kindness, as we do your skill, for she has recov
ered from that day. Site is not yet as strong as she used
to be, but is free from her cough, and calls herself well.
Yours with gratitude and regard.
011LANDO SHELBY, or Sumumut
astrumptires, do not despair till you have tried Antit's
CHERRY PECTORAL. 'it is made by one of the best medical
chemists in the world, rind its cures all around us bespeak
the high merits of its virtues.— Phaadd,phia Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
THE sciences of Chemistry -and Medicine have bus
taxed their utmost to produce this best, most perfect
purgative which is known to mss. Innumerable proob
Ere shown that these Puts have virtues which surpass la
excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win us
precedentedly upon the esteem of all men. They/us rah
and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Their pane.
trating properties stimulate the vital actiVities of the body,
remove the obstructions of its organs, purify the blood,
and expel disease. They purge out the foul humors whirls
breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggish or. diem
&red organs into their natural action, and impart healthy
• tone with strength to the !whole system. Not only de
they cure the 'e - ery-day complaints of every body, but
also formidable and dangerous diseases that have baked
the best of human skill. While then produce powerfal
effects, they are at the samo.time, in diminished dines, the
safest and best physinthat Can be employed for children.
Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take; and being
purely vegetable, are free from any risk of bares. Curse
have been made whiFh surpass b,dief were they not sub
stantiated by men of' l scch exalted position and character
se to forbid the buspielon of untruth. Many eminent
clergymen. and phy,icians have lent their names to card
fy to the public the reliability of my remedies, while oth
ers haie sent me the asuiranee of their conviction that
my Preparations contribute imralmsely to the relief of Irv'
afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The Agent below named is pleased to furnish grads my
American Almanac. ten taimn g directions for their use and
certideates of their cures. of the following complaints:=
Costiveness. Dili: us C,cuphdots, Rhenmatisin, Dropsy,
Heartburn, Headacln.. arisin .7 from a foul Etomach, Nau
sea, Indigestion, Morbi , t inaction of the llowids and Pala
arising therefrom. 1'I:171:1eLICy. Los of Appetite, all Cicer
one and Cutaneous Di,eascs which require fitn esuctund
Medicine. ti:crofula or King's Evil. They also, by purify
ing the blood and trthaul3ting the t.y,ieln, cum many
complaints which it 'scold net lo supposed they could
reach. such as Deafra,s. Partial Iniudnee,. Neuralgia and
Nerrons Irrital ty. i!eranextuents of the Liver and Kid
neys, Gout, and other kind - red complaints aching tram a
low state of Lite body or ob•trildiuti of its functions.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers 'with lone
other pill they inake un.re profit on. Ask for AVM,
Pus...A: and take nithEufr else. No other they can give
you compares with this in its Intrinsic value or curative
powers. The - sick want tho best aid there is for thus,
and they shn• have it.
Prepared by Dr..Y. C. AYER, .
Practical and Anal; tical Chemist, Lowell,:lfass.
Paics 25 Cis. pr.?. Box. FIVE Boras ron $l.
Sold by C. S. E. E. A. Jones,. Coudersport
Linn & Nichols, Mil;port ; Colwell & Lyman
Roulet ; A. Cprey & Soa, Ulysses; A B. Hor
ton, Cns.hingville o and by Dealers generally
e on fession.s and
XPERIENCE of as Licalid. Published
vd foy the I)vnit and as a warning and a
caution to voun.7 men wl:ri suffer from Servoss
Debility, Premature Decay. &c., supp4-!ing al
tbe same time the means of self-cure. By onto
who has cufed,himself after being put to great
expense through medical mposition andquack
ory. By enclos.,ing a post-paid addressed en
velope, .single epie.s may be had of the author,
NATUAMEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Bedford,Kings
county, Nev York.—MarlOspnly
The Rochester StraNkr-C4tter•
OLIISTED & KELLY, Coudersport, have
the cit.:hair° agency for this celebrated
.machine, in this county. It is coreident, du
tind CHEAP. , Dec. I,' 1260.-12
NOTICE TO EVERYBODY.
HDUSE, SIGN AND. WAGON PAIN I IER. PAPER
7 • • HANGER AND GLAZIER. •
1 11 HE unde'rsigned wishes to inform the pub.
' lie of
,Ccluderspot and vicinity' that 14
will attend to' all work entrusted to him. .
Particular. attention paid to Paper:Haugh%
Shop with John .Rec.khow, east side of tk,•
Court House. F. L BACKUS.
Couder ort A 30 6m
:ldilnenistratri%' ? notice._„
TITHEREAS, letters of Administration :an
• the estate of John A. Sic*Alitti of
Sweden township, Potter county, deed, bias
been granted to-the undersigned, all persons
indebted to.said estate are requested toll:like
Immediate,payment and those having claims
against the ; same dill
,present them duly Au.
thenticatedto the subscriber.
SARAH NIcHOLS, Administratr#.
-.Sweden, July 21, 1862. •
SUPERFINE FLOUR for $1.35 per. Sack, c r r
$5.25 per Burl:,
Also, Groceries . •
of every description ;as cheap as can be afford*
ed, at'tho POST ,OFFICS STOBIL
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