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National Family Joarnal.
The Homo Jourr4 'for.- 1863:
ibITED BY MORRIS k , WILLIS
We hai'e much pleasure 'in. Worming the
public thig on of contribUtors'for the
coining year will ,be nur friend and colleague
. ,THEODORE & FAY.. ,
Pe confess . to uncoinniort pride and 'pleasure
In this renewal of intercourse with the friend
andintimate of other days, and we look to be
felicitated 'for it, by the established readers
• who constitute the family of nye Home Journal.
But we:bave in preparaticin, for the, coming
year, several •
VERY THRILLING STORIES.
Some of the ableat of living pens are engaged
for ns, in translating from the French and
German ;. and our-omn original narrative wri
ters are among thefirst.
' We are fortunate, also, in • travelers gone
abroad: who arc literary contributors, and we
are anticipating for our readers a most agree
able surprise in the quality of these -
s'ketches of Travels and adventures.
But the feature of our journal which we
have not yet' mentioned is perhaps the.most
recherehe.of all, its prominence ns •
The Exponent of Refined Society.
Onrcorrespondence with the leaders of fashion
in New York and the other capitals, is espe
cially valuable in this respect, keeping us un
. mistakably informed of the changes and pro
gress of what is commonly understood by the
"gay woild." As we have taken some pains
to arrange the resources of this new feature,
we speak confideutiy of its promise cl enter
tainment to oar large circle of readers. In
this department, foreign journals are endlesslY
' inventive ; and; with our industrious ransack
ing of these, we are sum to select, for the pe•
collar taste to which we minister, a most re
' .Will give the Journal their constant attention;
'as betpre. or the goings on, in the eventful
scenes - and places of the Country. Mr. Willis'
pen will give photographs, as usual. General
Morris's Songs and Sketches will be embroi
dered on the thread of the passing .nioinent,
as they stave always been. Some of the best
intellects of the land are enlisted for us, also,
and we think we may promise to hold our
place as the journal ivhich hest enabl6s the
Family to. lr..!ep conversant with the World.
TERMS—For one copy,s2 ; for three copies,
ss—or one copy for three years, $5; for a
club of SeVen copies, $10; fora club of fifteen
copieS, $2O ; and at that rate fur a larger club
—always in advance.
- address MORRIS &
Editors &Proprietors, 107 Fulton Street, N.Y.
For upwards of three years . past, -I have
been engaged in a business, whim] has yielded
me at the rate of Three Thousand Dollars per
annum, but being desirous of going to Europe
in the course of a few mouths for ,the purpose
of there introducing the business, lam willing
to teach it to nay one who will send me One
Dollar. The business is no humbug, but of a
highly useful and general character, adapted
both to cities and villages, and one that any
person of ordinary capacity, young or old,
male or female, can acquire with a few hours'
practice, and by which they can secure a very
handsome income. Several young ladies who
have received instructions from me, both in
New York State and Pennsylvania, are earn
ing upwards of Fifteen Dollars pei week by it,l
and there is no reason why any one else can-
bot do the same. Invalids, even, can do well
by it, as it i? no peddling atrair. but a businest
that is perfectly respectable. Gentlemen and
ladies of leisure nho would line to le.trn the
business for their own amusement or Pleasure,
will find the practice of it a pleasant pastime.
and one that they will take great interest in.
On receipt of One Dollar I will send printed
instructions by which any person can readily
acquire the art, and these instruOons will
also contain every particular relative to thel
carrying it on so that it will be highly profit
able. - The purchaser of the "printed instruc
tions" will also be authorized to teach it to
others ; and I hare sometimes received as high
as Two Hundred Dollars for teaching it Per
,onally to a single individual. I would state
further, that Two Dollars and Fifty Cents or
Three Dollars will' buy' everything that is
necessary td commence the * business with;
and the rtivrfes l ean got almost anywhere,
in city or counti t y, or, if preferred, I can fur
nish 'them. Address,
ALVORD T. PARSONS,
.No. 36 Liberty Street, New York.
MAN HOOD ;-
now LOST! HOW RES map !
Just published in a sealed envelope, price 6 cts
A lecture on the Natutre,Treatiuent and Rad
ical Cure of Spermatorrhina or SeminalWeak
31CSS, Involuntary Emissions. Sexual Debility,
and Impediments to Marriage generally, Ner -
vousness, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits;
'Mental and Physical Incapacity,resulting from
Self-abuse, Sc., by Roar. J. CULVERWELL,M.D., 1
authOr of the Green Book, &c.
The w, , Id •renowned author, in this admir
able Lent ire. clearly proves from his own ex
perience hat die awful consequences of Self
iibui.m may be effectually used without medi
cine, and without dangerous surgical opera
tion;, bungles, instruments. rings, or cordials,
' pointing out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by which every sufferer, no mat
ter what his condition may be, may cure him
self cheaply, privately and radically. This
lecture will prove a boon to thousands and
thousands. •Sent under seal,to any address,in
n plain, sealed envelope, nn the receipt of six
'cents, ,r two postage stamps, by addressing,
Dr. CHAS. J. C. KLINE,
127 Bowery, New York, Post °thee Box, 4586
NOTICE TO EVE it Y BODY.
HOUSE. SIGNANG ANO WA
AND GDN P A I NTER. PAPER
• • HER GLER.
711 HE undersigned wishes to inform the pub
lic of Coudersport and vicinity that kw'
will attend to all work entrusted to bitn.
Particular attention paid to Papet-Harginity
Shop with John. Reckhow, east sidof On
Court House. F. L BACKUS.
Coudersport, April 30 6m
The Confessions and
-EIXPERIIINCE of an Livelid. Published
for the benefit and as a warning and a
caution to young men who suffer from Nervous
Premature Decay, supplying at
the same time tbemeans of self-gure. By one
Ivrho has cured himself after being put to great
expense through medicaiiraPcisition andquack . -
. ory, By ennlosing a post-paid andvolsed En
velope. single &Tim may be had of the,autbor,
NATHANIEL MAYPIR. Esq., Bedfaid,Kings
county, New York.—Xlarl9spnly
m Y bo lv a i r f pwri, R O. Y ,„ \ o N„ . , c h q a t s io le ri rt an n Yl bhear y anbd
caution all pupas not . to trust her on my
account as I ten] pny no debts of her contract
ing uuleas couipelled by law. • ' !•-‘ , •
" THE I
'UPTON S. NEWC
• Iphia. r
ral, convenient by'
its of the city, and in
.d to the manta of 'the
- - This Hotel is nen I
Passenger cars to all p;
every particular adapt
COAL OIL !
and equal to any_ Kura
WHY. buy an 'explt
cents more : per gallon
perfect Oil? Made onl
PEBN'A SALT NAlli/E,
No. 127 Walnut 11
Feby. 1. 1862.
sire Oil, when' a few
rill furnish you with a
L St., opposite the Conrt
, tire and.watranted to
LOCATED on Main,
Repaired on short n
give satisfact on.
ES, and .
•ASH and warranted as
[en exchange is no rob
e for Money.
i , 1861
90 band. Cheap for
represented. .As. an e
bery I will give you
1R to exchange for Horses, Wagons, StoCk
Good Notes or J idgments. A valuable
Farm situate in Harri on township, Potter Co.
Pa., lying on the old tate road, Fading from
Spring Mills to Harrison Valley and Westfield
Pa. Containing abot t 110 Acres, about SO
Acres improved and lit a good state of culti-
Vation, .on which is larected a large Frame
House, good Barns, 'urn House and other
necessary out-buildi gs, a good Apple Or
chard containing som twenty different kinds
of Grafted Fruit, - Shat e Trees, &c. The above
Farm lies about 1. mil from Harrison Valley,
7 milesfroM Westfield and 6 miles from Spring
Mills, and is a good Stock and Grain Farm,
and will be sold so that any one that can make
a payment of 3 or 4 hundred dollars down,
can make tl e thrm pay for itself with his la
bor. Price, $2,:)00„ for particulars inquire
of Peter Simmons nu v aecupying said farm,
or C, H. Simmons, °sway° Village, Pa.
C. "H. SIMMONS:
Boiyi 85- 1 -3019
Main above Third St.,
COUDERSPORT , PA.
W• MANN, PILOPEIETOI«
B OOKS, I__APS, GLOBES,
LEDGEM- , •
MEMORAND6IS, '• .
PASS-BOOKS. ' .
DIARIES, • ' -
Greek, Latin, French and Gert4ut l'ext 7
All School 8001-s nsecl in the kountij
kept oh. hand, o?
tchen r ircd.
eriodicals supplied when
Magazines or any
A good assortmc
Pens and Inks. Als
ing Materials, Water.
BIBLES,. 1 1 1 '.
PRAYER & HYMN
a of Paper, EnvelopeS.
of Wall-Papers, Diaw
E, STA MENTS,
1300 KS, of various kinds
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess
Men, &c., &c. PRODUCE of all kinds takeb
in exchange for Books, &c. • [ll-341
OLMSTED & KELLY'S
Q TORE can always be found the best of
0 booking, Box and Parlor
Also, TIN and SUET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANSi and CAULD-
RUNS. Also, •
'such as PLOWS, ,SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
is well made and the material good. Good and
substantial EA:VEST ROUGHS put up in any
part of the County Termseasy. Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldorri refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1859.-50
XHE undersigned a ould respectfully inform
the surroundiug community- that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
S. Maim, where he is prepared to do
AU kinds of farne ss Work '
on the shortest notice._
LONG STRAW COLL&RS. •
also kept constautly on hand. These collars
are a superior article, and need but a trial to
insure their success.
Repairing done in good style.
Stircingles, Martingale-riUgs, Haines, and
Hatne.straps, &c.; kept constal tly onliand.
.The public arc invited to call and examine.
before e-enhasing 'elsewhere.
S. P. MINAR.
Coc.dersport 04. !v..... ,860.
- - -
XISTING heretofore under the firm of
1;4 Garrett, Baily &Co is this day dissolved
by the Avithdraw.4.of the undersigned.
To -COBS tIMPtiVeS.
Pr' HE Advertiser,- having been 'resture4 to
'I. -hash's' in a few weeks; by a -very simple
remedy, 'after . ' having suffered several years
with a severe -lung - affection, , and that dread
diSease,-"Consumptionis anxious to make
known to his fellow;•Aufferers . .the. means of
cure. To all. r who desire it, he will send • a
copy of tuts piescrlptiOn used (free of chaige.)
with the directions•. for • preparing and using
the same, which-they will find a sure Cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, 1 c. . The on
ly object of the advertiser in sending the Pre
scription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread
information which he conceives to be invalua
ble, and he hopes every sufferer will try his
ramody, as it cost thets nothing, and may
prove a blessing. Parties wishing the pre
scription will please address
Rsv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Kings County, N.Y.
Sep.t. 24.-3 m
MONEY; , MONEY SAVED !
Union Clothing Emporium !
Corner of Alain and Plank Road pts
YOU WILL SAVE
From 25 to 30 Cents!
on every Dollar
By purchasing your
CLOTHING - AND FURNISHING
At the new Union
D. STRAUS & CO
Wellsville, N. Y., 1862
New Store New Goods
The undersigned beg leave to inform the
public that they have opened business at
WELLSVILLE, N. Y.,
Corner Main and Plank Road Strects,opposito
the Union Block, where they will display an
entire new stock of
'GENT'S FGRNIS [TING GOODS,
which will far s'irpass 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
gcods, but to
SELL THEM CHEAP,
And we will make it an object for buyers:to
examine ohr stock before purchasing: else
where. All goods shown cheerfully, repre
sented fairly,and submitted.to the purchaser's
This is a branch of an extensive manufac
turing house in Elmira, N. V., and therefore
you willfind all Clothing well made and got
up in the latest style.
An early call will most assuredly secure a
splendid bargain at the UNION CLOTHING
EMPORIUM. D. STRAUS & CO.
Wellsville, June 1862
P. A. STEBBINS & CO
Have just received a
NEW LOT OF
Which they are
SELLING VERY. LOW FOR
March 12, 1862
$l5O BEST PIANOS. $l5O
GROVESTEEN Sr. HALE,
having removed to their new warerooma,
NO. 478 BROADWAY,
are now prepared to offer th'e public a 111 ag
uificent new scale full
7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO,
containing ,all improvements known in this
country or Europe, over-strung baps, French
grand. action, harp pedal, full iron frame, for
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
Rich moulding cases
$175 to S2OC,
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,
478 Broadway, New York.
- THE . FAitIIGY SOAP . SIAKEit. . ' .
All Kitchen Grease can be made into good ,
. . SOAP, 'by using Saponifier ! •
DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX
. Soap - is as easily ma - de with' it, as.making
. .. . rt cup of coffee. - i
I Manufactured only by the Patentees.
Nt ilt'T. . ,
TIIIANUFACTIMINGCOMPANY,-at street, Philadelphia.
. Teby. 1 1 1E6r. -, ,
The Bei Witilige War
of Extermination • agaii*t. Ba ITeith, l Bl4l
• • '
Breath; Diseased Hume, Toothathe Ear
, ache, and.Nettralgia,' .4 , •
DE.N - TAL:..TREA:SAY.Rt : _
. . - A'complete set ofiltemeopes fdr
P.RF'SERVING THE TEETH,i • PHRIFYHiG
• THE BREATH AN) MOUTH, and
CURING TOOTHACHE ANIi NEURALGIA.
,CONTE.VS : • '
Dr. } Hurd's'celebrated itIOUTH WASH,I bottle.
Dr.llurd's unequaled TOOTH PO 'EDE R,l box
Dr.Hvi•ersinagic TOOTHACHE DROPS,l'box
Dr. Herd's UNRIVALLED NEURALGIA.
'Dr. Hurd's MANUAL ,on the Rest - Means of
• Preserving the Teeth, including Directions for
the'Proper Treatment of Children's-Teeth. •
FLOSS SILK for cleaning between the Teeth.
TOOTH PICKS, etc., etc. •
Prepared at Dr.-ilurd's Dental Office,,
Fourth St., Brooklyn, (n.b...)T„ .
Price, ONE DOLLAR; or, SIX for $5.
• The Dental Treasury makes a package eight
inches by five, and is sent by expiess.
Full direction for use is on each article.
The following. articles. we can Send separ
ately, by mail, viz: -
The Treatise on Preserving Teeth sent, post.'
paid, on receipt. of Twelve. Cents, or four
The Neuralgia Plaster, for Neuralgia in the
Face, Nervous Headriche, and Eavache, sent,
s p t f a !s m tp p a s i . d, on .
receipt of 'Eighteen cents, or six
The, Neuralgia and Rheumatic Plaster (large
sizo,) cot. pains in the Chest, Shoulders,
or any part Of the body, sent. post-paid, on
receipt of Thirty-Seven cents.' 1 ' •
Address Wm. „Hurd & Co.
Tribune Buildings, New York.
Dr. Huid's MOUTH WASH, TOOTH POW
DER, and TGOTHACHE 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 forlthe Dental Treasury,
pride, One Dollar, which contains , them.
ARE DR. HURD'S- PREBARATIONG GOOD 'I
The best evidence that they are is, that their
firmest friends and bestpatrons are thOse who
have used them longest. Da. -WILLIAM B.
!luso is an eminent Dentist of Biooklyn.
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 eminent
Dentists of New York recammena them as the
best known to the profession. Without the
aid of advertising, dealers have sold them by
The Editor of the Brooklyn Dail:q Times says :
"We are happy to know that our - friend, Dr.
Hard, is succeeding beyond all expectations
With his Mouth Wash and Tooth Pbwder. "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." ' • 1
The well-known P. T..Baenum - writes :—"I
found.your Tooth Powder so god that my
hve used it all up.. WFel, 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 tine
may test the matter for himself •
Beware of the ordinary Tooth Doivders. Dr.
Hurd's Tooth Powder contains no acid, nor
alkali, am. 'charcoal, and polishes without
wearing the enamel. Use no othep. j
WHAT DOES DR. HURD7S,REMEDIES EFGECT
Dr. Hurd's Mouth liTili and Tooth Powder
will give young Indies that finest charm in
woman—a sweet breath b.fai pearly teeth. Tiy
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder
will cleanse the mouth from all foul exhala
tions'' and if used in the morning, make
the breakfast taste sweeter end the day begin
more pleasantly. Hundreds or per Sons can
testify to this. Try them,. gentlemen.
Di. Hurd's 'Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder
are the best preparations in the world for cur
ing BAD IMEATII and giving firmness add health
to the gums. Hundreds of case.of Diseased
Bleeding' Gums, Sore Month, canker, etc.,
have been Cured by Dr. Llurd's astringentwash.
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder
r,rive an additional charm to cOurtShip, and
make-husbands more agreeable to their wives
and Wives to their husbands. 'They- should
be used by every per Son haVing ARTIFCIAL
TEETH, which : arc liable to impart a taint to
Dr. II urd's - , Tootherchc Drops cure Toothache
arising. from exposed nerves, and are the best
friends that parents can bare in' the house to
save their children from to-tue and themselves
from loss of sleep and sympathetic Suffering.
Farmers And Mechanics! yosii cannot well
afford :to negledt your . teeth. For trifling
sum, you can now get preserVatives, than
which Rothschild or Astor cani get nothing
better. Remember that Dyspepsia. and Con
sumption' of the Lungs often originate in Neg
lect of Teeth. Send far the Treatise on Teeth;
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. •
Dr,. ITM-r-d's Neuralgia Non-adhesive 'Plasters
are Hie most pleasant and successful remedies
ever prescribed for this paihful . discase. The
patient applies one, soon becomes drowsy,falls
asleep, and awakes free frota priin, and no
blister or other unpleasant or injurious con
sequences ensue. I'.:)r Earaclid and Nervous
Headache, apply according to -directions, and
relief will surely follow. Nothing can be ob
tained equal to Dr. Ilurd's Compress for Neu
ralgia. Try them. They are entirely . knovel,
curious, and original preparation, and. won-i
deEfully successful. They are: of taco
one Small, for the face, price 15 cents, and the .
other large, for application to the body, price ,
37 cents. Will be mailed on i•ecipl of price and
WHAT ARE THE PFOPLE DOING '1
The American people are intelligent enough
to appreciate preparations thalcontribute so
much to the happiness of those using them,
and they want them. Et-ery mail brings us
letters. some orderinr , the TREATISE ON TEETIIi
some the NEURALGIA PLASTERS,' and not Ft few
enclosing 37 cents far the Mount Wass, to be
sent-by - mail; but to those we rare compelled
to reply that it is impossible to send-a half
pint bottle by . mail. The' people want thete,
Reintai'CS: Who will supply them 7 Now is the]
Chance . fcik ,
Shrewd agents can make a Small fortune inj
carrying these articles around to families. Thal,
Dental Treasury: is th 9 neatest! article that
man or woman can, carry nrciiand. Send f
one and see, or, better, a dozen, which we wil
self as samples for 'Ti :WM, B, HARD &.
' `• Tribune Buildinn . q New York.
That remittances may be made with confi
dence, W. B. H.; lc Co. tefer to the Mayor of
Bropklyn ; tn. G.W. Griffith, Presid't Farmers'
and Citizens'. Bank, Brooklyn, and to others.;
TifING iIEW I. ,
orian tto the L',:tiles t ' ' , --
NT -HEMMER. MID:SHIELO
ANDS WING, I '
; ; ,
;fnr - rt.ll. who nse'the needle.
pfr and novel invention aim'
ill' hand-sewing, as it Com
e finger from the point of
makes al neat - and 'uniform
eidtor in 'sewing.
)11i.,D BE wintouT IT.
4,l4eautiful, and useful.l The
Id will be sent free of charge
}}rue, 25 cents.
orldescriptive circular and
•- 1 1
nigh l 7
C- F°R. ' 1
Is ?jolt the •thin
This remai•kablj si
one;half the labor
the - needle, arrti - 1
hem while the Ope
•: :NO 14tri BP.O
Hemmer and , Stiiel
' - •,Enclose stamp
DOWNER'S METRO (RATAN SKEIN-WENDER
Sewinglll d Combined: l
Lean aiticleloflreal merit] It is Used - fair the
pnrpose of windin skeins of Thread, !Silk,
Cotton,Yarn, Floss, Worited, &c. It is readily
adjusted to the work-table, and will be found
findispensaide to all I using the above .articles,
being a useful andlinvaluable appendage to
the Sew!ng-Bied., , 1I
Price 50 Cts. to $ll according to Style and Finish.
$l5O per Tilonthl can be 'Real
ized by enterprising Agents (Wanted in every
O'wn and County throughout the United States
and Canada,) selling the above articles, as
stiles are rapid, profits large, and has no com
petition. A liberal discount to the trade.
Address - H. Downer; '
442 Broadway, New York,
Patentee and Sole Proprietoe.
:IN.B.—General!and exclusive Agencies will
be granted onltlre most liberal terms.—ml93m
THE DAIK SCILIOL BELL,
Al, NEW SINGING BOOK FOR IDAY
SCHOOLS, callpil the DAY SCHOOL BELL
now ready., 4 Contains about 200 pages .
of choice Songs Rounds, Catches, Duetts.
Trios, Quartetts. land ChOruses, many of them
written expressly for this work, besides 23
pages of the Elernts. of Music-. The EICL
&lents are so cas and progressive, thatl ordi
nary teachers NOR find- themselves entirely
successful in InstrUctingleven yanng scholars
to 'sing correctl3l and scientificallt,, while the
tunes and worth embrrice such a'variety of
attractivej and soul-stirring music and
sentiments, tha trouble willbc experi
enced in inducing all beginners to go on with
zeal in acquiring skill in one of thel most
health-giving 17enuty-iMproving, happiness
yielding, and order-producing exercises of
school life.. In SiMplicitiy of its elements, in
viiriety and adaptation of music, ind in
ekcellence and number Of its songs, original,
selected, and adapted, it claims by ranch to
excel all competlicirs. It will be found to be
the best book ever issued for Seminaries,
Academies, and Schoolk. A feW sam- .
pie pages of the 3lem.nts, Tunes, and Songs.
are given in a Circular; send and get one. It
14 compiled by I(.RACIi WATERS, Author
of "SabbatliScholal IleBs." Nos: 1 and r 2,
of which have hiOlthe enormous sale of 655.-
000 in 36 months. Prices, paper covers, 20
cents, 15 per 100; Bound, 30 cents, 1 22 per
100 • cloth bOund, embossed gilt, 40 }cents.
30 pe'r 100, 25 copieslfurnished at the 100
Price. Mailed irec at the retail price.
HORACE WATERS, Publisher,l
• , Broatlway, New York.
SdMETEIfiNd- FOR THE TIMES!!!
A NECESSITY 1N EVERY HOUSEIW I LD 1 '
' ' JOIIN, 4: CIiOSLEY'S •
America, , ; Cement Glue,
H . The strop st Glue in the-World
For Oenien l tin i - Rot?, Leather, Glass,
lejry,, ehi) al, 71Idrlile,, Porcelain,
' Alalnasicr' .Don Coral, etc..
The only artieln Of the kind ever produe•
' ed whi t h will witihstiud -Wittei.
"Every bousereper Should have a supply
of Johns ,k; Cros ey's American Cement Glue. "
--New York !Times.
"It is-so chrNeiiieut to have in the house:"
••—New York I,Exkres.s. I ,
"It is always 'eddy; this commen6 it to
everybody."-L.A. Y. Independent.
"We have tri d it, an.ii find it as useful . in
our house asiw, ter ."--4Trilkes' Sfiirit of tlie Times
[ Price 25 C ents per Bottle..
Very liberal reductions ''to Wholesale Dealers.
• FERMS I CASII.
Fo: , SaleLti,y all - Druggists and Store
keepers generaliyi throUghout the.country.
! . '', lOHNS & CROSLEY;
(S - .. .
'IS lyilliam Street, New - York.
!(Corner of Dilrriy Street.) i.) - 09
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THE 'HEROES OF PEACE
THE IXEROF.4 OF WAR. -
E. Anthony , No.sol Broadway , New York,
is now publislnng, in addition to other por
6.aits, the celetirated•collection known in Ea
rope and Arnerlea as
Brady's Nations Photographic Portrait Gallery,
in which is included Portraits of nearly all the
prominent menlof America, not excepting Jeff
Davis, Gen Beaparegar(l, Floyd, and a host of
confederates. Price of PortraitS, 3,00
!per dozen. Cabe sent by mail.
Scenes of the War for the Union,
;lire published, !card size, and in Steieocopic
form. Also, I
Stereoscopic 'views of scenes in Paris, Lon
ildon , and in °that. parts Of England and Prance,
in Scotland,!lMland, Wales, Holland, Switzer.'
land, Spain,' on the Milne, in Athens; Egypt.
Turkey, the Tthl t y Land, China, India, Cuba,
• Our Instantanrpus Stereoscopic Views are
• The Greritest 'Minder of the Age.
These are taked tin the fortieth part of a second
and the rushing. of water,the moving of leaves.
'or the march of an army, does not in the least
'affect the taki:rg of these views. They are
sold for s3 l pe , dozen. I •
We have nisi) on hand and manufacturethe
largest assartmdnt of Stereoscopes, Photo
graphic Alburris,land Photographic 3laterials
in the United States, and perhaps in the world
Catalogues, !containing lists of all our Por
traits, Views, Stereoscopes, &c., sent' tree by
mail, on recent ts stamp. .
E. ANTHONY, 501 Broad Way,
jjly near Et. Nicholas Hotel, New York:' .
lIOUALICF. IWATERS PIANOS;
11ELODEONSi ALEXANDRE ORGANS, AND
T. GILBERT t lr :CO.'S celebrated 2EOLIAN.
PIANOS are tha fiu es t instruments for Parlors
an d ch arn li c s[nbn' in use. A larga assort
ment can be seir at the new Warcrooms, 481
BROADWAY; between Grand- and Broome
Streets, which - Wiltbel sold at extremely low
-,rites. PIANOS and MELODEONS from sun
dry makers, new and second hand, td let, and
rent alloyed 1;f iourcbased; as per agreement.
Monthly 'p'nytnents, received for the • same.
Also, second4dnd •Pianos and Melodeons at
great bargains, *l4s from 25 "to • 300.
Sheet. Music, Music- Books, and all 'kinds of
lifusieMeOhandis'e* War prices...
f(GRAICE WATERS, a gent.
ligOftg.:o l V'THE
Wei the undersigned Mait i rs, hereby Der.
tit, ; that the Druggists, AU thecarics, and
Physicians of our several cities have signed
a document Of assurance to us that AYER'S
SARSAp virr.v. A has been found to be
a, remedy of great .er.cellence, and worthy
the confidence of the community.
HON. JAMES COOK,
r ,of towELL, mass.
HON. ALBIN BEARD, •
,Mayor : of NASILUA, N. U.
HON. E. W. HARRINGTON, •
. • • Mayor of MANCH:ESTER, N. H.
HON. JOE . EN - ABBOTT,
- ' Mayor of CONCOND, N.
HON.' A.l IL BULLOCK, . •
:HON. NATH'L SILSBEE,
. ; Mayor- of E. AT.FINT; MABB.
HON. F. W.' LINCOLN, .Jr:,
• Mayor of-BOSTON, MASS
HON: WM. H. RODMAN,
• Mayor •of PROVIDENCE, R. L
HON. pIEOS W. PRENTIOE,I
. , ,Mayor of NORWICH, CODIN.
HON. ° .T. N. HARRIS,
Mayor of NEW LONDON, CONN.
HON. CHAS. S,'-it6I)IER.,
Mayoi• of 310p7T1i,E/LL, O, M.
HON. D. F. `..CII.I I 4IANN,
Mayor of NEW YORK CITY
HON. H. M. KLUISTREY,
'Mayor •of HAMILTON, C. W.
HON. ADAM WILSON,
Mayor of TORONTO, C.
HON. R. M. DISHOI.?,
Mayor of CINCINNATI, OHIO
HON. I. j H. ORAWFORD,
. j, Mayor of LOULSVILLE, KY
HON. - JOHN SLOAN,
Mayor of LYONS, lOWA
HON. ,JAMES MeFEETERS,
Maycir of BOWV osTTITMLE, O. W.
HON: JAMS . W. NORTH,
Mayor of AUGUSTA, ME.
HON. HENRY COOPER, Jr.,
Mayor of HALLOWELL,
HON. JAMES 5. BEEK,
• ' Mayor of FREDERICTON; N. B.
HON. 7 - 11._LL1,11D TT .E, •
ISLayor of NEW BEDFORD, MASS.
Mayor of E.A:I.L'RrITME, NABS.
HON. W. H. CRANSTON,
Mayor of NkIVAPORT, L
HON. FRED STAIIt;
Mayor of A T:r*A, U
HON. JOHN HOD GDEN,
Mayor of D111311Q,17E, lOWA.
HON. THOMAS CRITTCHVIELD,
May Or of CIIA.TTANOOGA, TENN.
HON. ROBERT BLAIR,
Mayor of TUSCALOOSA, ALL
HON. R. D. DAITGa, _
Mayor. cf 1.17,7 ,1 " 7 -'111S, N
Vl.Ewor of NEW ORLEANS, LA.
HON. H. D. SCRANTON, i
Mayor of ROCH fosTER, N. `4.
HON. DE WITT C. Gii.OVE,: L •
Mayor of UTICA, N. Y.
HON. GEO. wra:soN,
mayor of PITTSBURG, PA.
HON. O. 11. BITEL; . 1
Maycir of DETROIT, MICE
HON. 3EMMAN L. PAGE,
Mayor of - .KUAITATTICI2I, WIS
HON. W. W. VAUGHN,
1 Mayor of . `itAntriA WII9.
HON. A. FARR; - ‘ i
. Mayor of ..,"18.104.22.168.A, WlB
HON. JOHN C.
Mayor of CHICAGO, ILL.
HON.' M. J. A. HEATH,
Mayor of SELMA., ALA.
Certify 'th:lt - the residont Druggista nave
Is an excellent remedy, and worthy the come
.lidence of the . community.
For Spring Diseases. • •
Far Purifying the Blood.
For Scrofula or King's Evil.
For Tumors, Ulcers, and. Sores.
For Eruptions and Pimples.
For. Blotches, Binlns, and Roils.
'FOr St. Anthony's Fire, Rose, or Ery.
I • •
For Tether or Salt . Rhe um. Davila*.
For Scald Head and Ringworm. •
For Cancer and Canceroos Sores. "2 , ,
For Sore, Eyes, Sore Ears', and Humor..
For Female Diseases.
For Suppression and Erragularity.
For Syphilis or 'Venereal Diseases. •
For Live i r Complaints. ;.
FOr Diseases of t h e Heart. • •
The Mayo l ra of the chief cities of the trnf-'
ted States, Canadas, and British Provinces,
Chili,• Veitu,Brazil, MeM'co, and infant al
most all the cities on this continent, have
signed this document, to assure their people
what remedies they may use with safety end
confidence.' lint our space- will only &dad
a portion of them. ; •
'SCherry ;Pectoral, :
Ayees Ague Cure,
PREPARED DT , •
Dr.. J. C. Ayer•. & Co.,
And BOW by Prn,,nists everywhere
Sold C. C. S..*&--.771...7-oi;les, Condesvort
Marin do iel ols, Millport ;
Roulet A. Corey &Son, "Missea; A 8. , Illor
tOnt 6sitiririte ; and by Dealcii genitally
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