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• ^ • "Bigger on Ithei • Or#lni 2 ,
_ COnservativ_e dootAis report` An abate.
anent of this .epiilemia, but assert - that it
:is still - so prevalent as to"justify general
alarm and systematic counteractiOn.. To
Ibis end they suggest lectures, addresses,
.tad•the concerted circulation of sedative
documents and tracts throughout the
-winter just befora 'us. A carefuldiagcto
Es of the.diaease would seem to be one of
the first steps to be taken in the remis
' es. : Among the recorded symptoins of
• 'the disease; the following are the most
important and striking. The person at.
ticked betrays the yavages t.f the malady
by calmly and - steadily asserting and
maintaining, as if in perfect mental and
bodily sanity, the - following -incredible
1. That no man should be the owner
In fee•simplo of another marl's wife and
If. That when one man receives and
profits by the labor of another, he ought
to pay for it, even though oho of them
should be white and the other black ;
111. That no woman should be sold at
Jim auction block into compulsory pros.
titution, even though the seller should
claim to be at once her owner and her
' father; '
IV. That the ability of-one man to earn
$lO per day; while another can earn but
$l, gives the former no natural or moral
right to take to himself three-fourths of
the latter's earnings, compelling him to
live on twenty-five cents or less per day;
V. That the religion which justifies
and upholds this exaction must be a bo
vAt.i or damned article, as unlike that of
Jesus Christ as can well be conceived;
VI. That a Gove-unient assailed and
imperiled, by deadly- treason should not
`regard ady of its lawfull subjects as right
fully the chattels implacable traitors, but
'attilld exhort all sucli to quit servingt:,e
traitors and aid in counteracting their ef
forts, and thus, secure their own freedom ' ;
VII. That fighting on the defc'nsive,
tielayieg,'holding off, intrenching, wait
ing to be attacked, and of course fignting
only-wheri the rebels are strongest, will
never - put down a gigantic Rebellion ;
VIII. That Generals who agrce with
the rebel chief in the fundamental prioci
'pies .on which they are based and still jus
tify their treason,' and who' are anxious
that they shall be whipped only just
enough to satisfy them that slavery is
safer io than out of the Union, aro not
likely to crush out the rebellion ;
IX. That Generals should be selected
by the President .for their presumed ca
.efficiency r and not forced
on him by military cabals and threats of
bringing in Stonewall Jackson if their
demands shall not be complied with; and
X. That those politicians who have ten
words of criticism and reproach for the
!Administration and its unqualified sup
porters, to every one for the rebels 014%.
acing the existence or the Republic, are
not likely to fight the traitors very reso-
lutely, or peck to reduce thew to uncon-
Such absurd notions so thorhughly re
foie themselves that it cannot be needs
nary to bonibard• them by,,argututotts.,
"tut' that, doubtless is the reason why it
is hewer done.— Tribune. 1-
How A LAWYER ITEADED OFF A DRAFT
COS6IISSIONER.—Says the Reading (I'd)
Times—lt is well known that Couhmis•
sinner Kopp was very precise mid exact
in his proceeding: ;. always keeping an
eye to the interests of the country, while
dealing honorably with all. Now it hap.
pened that among the able bodied men
drafted from one of the Heidelbergs, there
was an obese specimen of humanity, but
whom the chances hit as one of the elect.
When he received his "ticket fur soup ; "
he hastened, to reading, and knowing
where lived the cutest specimen of . a law•
yer he went straight to his office. Said
"I'm drafted !"
"The duce you are ; it must base bean
a strong•mao that drafted you !"
"Well, I'm drafted, and' I want to get
out. Can't match. I'll pay well."
The twain proceeded to the office of
'"Hero," said the lawyer,
sioner, I have got a substitute."
Commissoner looked-at the wheezy elm
einien for Kane time. "He won't; do;
"But he must do ;" 'blustered out the
lawer ; "and you know he with"
"He can't march-.; he won't do; and 1
can't take him."
This was what our smart frien want
"lie won't du ; eh ?"
"No, be wen'i."
i‘Well then, scratch his name off the
list; he is drafted and wants to be ex•
The Commissioner looked at the lawyer
for about a minute ; . then regarded the
fat draft, and without speaking a word,
eft roadbed off his iiame!
One kind of mortar is designed to fill
n_p chinks; anolner to make them.
The calf of a - thief's leg is an appropri
ate place fur a dog's teeth to have a meet
,it vulgmr , to send a telegram ?
Because it is making use of flash lan
A look of hair; from a young woman's
head is often a lt!y , to a young man's
Girls sometimes put their lips out pont
hey because they are angry, and some.
times because their lips stre disposed to
THE BEST WORK FOR CANVASSING
HARPER'S PICTORIAL HISTORY;:
Messrs. Harpers 4 Brothers have commenc
ed the issue in Numbers of a complete History
of the Great Rebellion in the United Suites.
The work has been for many months in e.ourse
of preparation, by a writer every way qualified
for the task.. . „ , ,
Theliittoduction 'contains n clear and snc-
cinct account of the. formation-of the, Confp,d
-eraty•of-theStates-; 'the fornAthin"and aarip
tion of the Constitution , of the United States,
and the establishment of the National Govern
ment ; the origin, developement and progress
of the doctrines of Nullification and Sepession,
arid the various .pliasei which • tbey assumed
Until - their final culmination in - the - Great Re
. , •
The History comprises a full account,dracvn 1
from - ,tlie most-authentic sources, of all the
Events of the War f the intrigUes of the Sod:th
em leader; at home and abroad ; the gratthal
defection of one section,; the great Uprising
of the People for the maintenamie of the Na
tional Life and Existence; the rapid creation
of an immense . ArMy and. Navy; and the Hat
tles by Land an - a Sea. , •*,: • .
The Illustrations comprise Portraits of all
those who have borne-a prominent part in the
struggle; Maps of the different localities;
Pluns'of the leading actions; Views of every
scene of interest, and of the most important
.Battles. These illustrations are z.hostly, frau'
drawings taken on the epot by artists deputed
for that purpose to accompany every - division
of our Army and Navy.
Every facility at the.eommand of the Pub
lishers has been eniployo in the preparation
and execution of this work ;- and they confi
dently -believe it will form the most trustwor
thy and valuable h•story which can be pre
pared of the Great Struggle foe the' merican
Mode and Terms of Publication The work
will be issued Numb4rs, • consisting of 24
pages of the size of Ilar • Per's Weekly, printed
from c'ear type, upon fine paper, and will
probably be completed iq Twenty Numbers.'
The numbers will be issued at intervals,'V
possible, of about three dr four weeks.
The price of each number, which contains
matter equivalent to an ordinary volume, will
be.Tiventy-five Cents. i
Illustrations in each number are alone
worth the price asked. Men out of employ,
maht, especially Sick or Disabled Sold ers,can
find no other work so sui;e of ready sale add
For further particulars apply to the publithers
FrankHu' Square, New York.
For npivards of three 'years past, I have
been engaged in a basin*, whica has yielded
me at the rate of Three Thousand Dbllars per
annum, but being desirous of going to Europe
in the course of ri few months for the purpose
of there introducing the business, I am willing
to teach it to any one who will send me One
- The business is qo huMbug, but of a
highly useful and general character; adapted '
both cities and villages; and one that any
person of ordinary capacity, young or Old,
male.or female, can riequiie with it few hours!.
practice, and by which they can secure a very
handsome income.. Several young ladies who,
have received instructions; from me, faith in
New York State and' Pennsylvania, are earn
upwards of Fifteen Dollars per week by it,
and there is no reason _why any one else can
not do.the same InValids, even, can do well
by it, as if is no peddling affair. but a business
that is perfectly respecablel Gentlemen and
ladies of leisure who would like to learn the
business for their Own amusement or pleasure,
will!tind the practice of ita pleasant pastime,
and one that they will take great interest in.
On receipt of. One Dollar I will send printed
instructions by which any iperson can readily
acgaire the art, and these instructions will
also:contain every particular relative to the
carrying it on so that it will be highly profit
able The purchaser of the "printed instrue
tionS" will also be authorized to teach it to
others; and I have 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..bny• everything that is
necessary to commence the business with,
and the articles .can be M almoSt anywhere,
in city'er egu.n_try, or, If preferred, I can fur
nish the Address,
ALVORD T. PARSONS,
No. 36 Liberty. Street, New York.
VatiTiitau Family Journal.
The 'Home 'Journal for 1863.
•We bare much pleasure informing the
public that one of uur coutributore for the
coming year will be our friend and oolleague
THEODORE S. FAY..
We confess to uncommon pride and, pleasure
in this renewal of intercourse with the friend
and intimate of other days,' and we look to be
felicitated for it, by the eSinblished renders
who constitute the family of the Home Journal.
• But we hare in preparation, for the coming
VERY THRTLLINb STORIES.
Sonie"of the abldt of living pens are engaged
for us, in ranslating frOut the French and
German; and our own original narrative wri
ters are among the first. !
We are fortunate also, in trai'elers •gone
abroad who are literary contributors, and we
are anticipating for our readers a most agree
able surprise in the quality of these
Sketches of Travels and adventures
But the feature of our: jottrnal which we
have not yet mentioned is .perhaps the most
1-cc/acre/Le of all, its prominence as
The Exponent of Refined,Society. - 4
Our correspondence with the leaders of fashion
ein 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 world." As we have taken, some pains
to arrange the resources of this new feature,
we speak, confidently of its promise et enter
tainment to our large circle of . readers. In
this dephrtment, foreign 'journals are endlessly
inventive; and, Witliour industrious ransack
ing ofahese, we are sure .o.select, for the pe:
culiar taste to which. we minister, a most re
lishing banquet. . _ . ..
. . . .
Will give the Journal thCir constant attention,
as•betore. Of' the goings on, in. the eventful
scenes and places - of the country. Mr. Willis'
pelt will give photographs, as usual. General
Morris's Songs and Sketches will be etnbroi-
Idered on the threa of the I pasiing moment,
as they have always been: Some: of the best
intellects of the land are, enlisted for us, also,
and we think 'won May . proniise to bold , finr
place as the journal wbicll best enables,tbe
Family ti knp conversant ivith'thp World.
TERMS—For one copy,s2; for three copies,
ss—or one copy for three !years, $5; for a
club of seven conies, $10; fora club of fifteen
copies, $2O; and at that rate for a larger club
—always in advance.
Address MORRIS - 4k WILLIS,
Editors &Proprietors, 107 Fulton Street, N.Y.
THE GREAT T REBELLION
' STATES. •
surrounding catimenity.that lid 'has'
talien:thci .roOriss'forinerlj"occupied by
S: Siann; where fie is_prepared to do_
All, kipds .of.-Harness- Work
on the shortest - -. • - •
: -,-- .I_I4IV.O : STRAW COLL ELRS I • -
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a superior erticle, and need but a trial to
insure their aueceo._ .
Repairing dole in good style;
Surcingles, Martingale-ringi, Barnes, and
Ha - me straps, kept constai,tly.on hand: '
The public are invited to call anclexamine,
beforo purchasing elsewhere.
Coedersport Oct. 16th, 1860.
Righly Important to the Ladies •
DOWNER'S PATENT HENINItR AND SHIELD
- ; FOR HAND-SEWING,
Is "just the thing" for all who,use the needle.
This remarkably simple and novel invention saves
one-half the labor of hand-sewing, as it com
pletely protects the finger from the point of
the needle, and makes a neat and uniform
hem while the operator is sewing.
NO LADY SHOULD DE WITHOUT IT.
It is 'cheap, simple, beautiful, and useful. The
Hemmer and Shield will be sent free of charge
on receipt of the price, 25 ceilo. ,
Enclose stamp for descriptive .circular and
DOWNER'S METROPOLITAN SKEIN-WEINDER
Is an article of real merit. It is used for the
purpose of winding skeins of Thread, Silk,
COtton,Yarn, Floss, Worsted, &c. It is readily
adjusted the work-table, and will be found
indispensable to all using the above articles,
being a useful and invaluable appendage
Price 50 oti. to $1 according to Style and Finish.
$l5O per Month can be Real
ized by enterprising Agents (wanted in every
town and County throughout the United States
and Canada,) selling,' the : above articles, tis
sales are rapid, profits large, and has- nOcorn
tietition. 4 liberal discount to - the trade.
. . _
. . _ .
Atrdress. . 'A,
442 Broadway New York,
Patentee and Sole Proprietor.
N.B.—General and exclusive Agencies will
be granted on the most liberalterms.—ml93m
THE DAY SCIIMODIL ROLL,
A NEW SINGING BOOK FOR DAY
SCHOOLS, called the DAY SCHOOL BELL
is now ready. It contains about 200 pages
of choice Songs, Rounds, Catches, atetts,
Trigs, Quaytetts, and Choruses, many of them
written expressly for this work, besides 23
pages of the Elements of . Music. The Ele
ments are so easy and progressive, that ordi
nary teachers will find themselves entirely
successful in instructing even young scholars
to sing correctly and scientificall;; while the
tunes and words embrace such a variety or
lively, attractive and soul-stirring music and
sentiments, that no trouble will be experi
enced- in inducing, all beginners to go on with
zeal in acquiring skill in one of the most
health-giving, beauty-improving, happines.4-
yielding, and order-producing exercises of
school life. In simplicity of its elements, in
variety and adaptation of music, and in
excellence and number of its songi,
selected, and adapted, it claims by much to
excel all competitors. It will be found to be
the best book ever issued for Seminaries,
Academies, and PuLlid Schools. A few sam
pie pages of the Eletn ants, Tunes, and Songs.
are given in a circular; send and get one. It
is compiled by HORACE WATERS, Author
of "Sabbath-School Nos. 1 and 2,
of which have had the enormons,sale of 655.-
000 in 36 mouths. Prices, paper covers, 20
.15 per 100; - Eoznd, 30 cents, 22 per
100 • cloth bound, embossed gilt, 40 cents,
30 per 100 25 copies furnished at the 100
price. Mailed tree at the retail price.
HORACE WATERS, Publisher
No. 481 Broadway, New York.
SOMETHING TrOR THE TIMES!!!
'A NECESSITY 111 EVERY HOUSEHOLD !
JOHNS a; CRUSLEY'S
American Cement Glue,
The strngest Glue in the World .
For Cementing Mod, Leather, Glass,
ivory, China, . Marble, Porcelain;
Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc..
The only, article of, the kihd ever prodnd•
ed which will withstand Water.
,• "Every housekeeper should have a supply
of Johns 3c Crosley's American Cement Glue."
tVeeo Yonk Times. $
"It is so convenient to have in the house."
"It is always ready; this commends
everybody."—.ll l l Y. Independent. -
"We have tried it, and' find it As useful in
;our,housc as Water."— WilkeeSiiirit of the Tinos
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
fiery liberal reductions to \Vholesale Dealers.
FOT sale by all, Druggists and Store
keepers generally throughout the country.
JOHNS & CROSLEY,
I • (Sole
'IS :William Street, New York.
(Corner of Libertk 'Street.) jy9ly
.lIORACE , WATERS PIANOS.
MELODEONS.-ALEXANDRE ORGANS, n
T. GILBERT & - :'CO.'S - Celebrated ..EOLIAN
PIANOS are tlie finest instruments for Pirlors
and churches now in use. A large assort
inept can be seen at the new Warerooms, 481
BROADWAY, between Grand and Broome
Streets, which will be sold at extremel3lox
nrices. .PIANOS and MELODEONS froln stin
dry makers. new and second hand, to let, and
!Tut allowed if liurehased„as - per, agreement.
Monthly payments received for the sam e .
Also, second-hand Pianos and MelOdeons ut
great bargains, prices from 25 to' 100. of
Sheet Music, Music :Books, and all kinds
'Music Merclandise at War prices.
HORACE \WATERS. go 1.
NOTICE 1 1 1 0 EVE )(BODY.
HOUSE. SIGN AND WAGON PAINTER. PAPER
HANGER AND GLAZIER.
HE undersigned undersigned wishes to inform the pub
lic of Coudersport and vicinity that he
will attend to all work entrusted to him..
.Particularatteutlon paid to Paper-Hanging.
• Shop witlqohn HeckhOit, east..side of the
Court H 91190. • F. L .13ACKUS.
I Coudersport, April 30 Gm
The Rochester Straw-,Cutter.
OLMSTER-...k KELLY, Coudersport, have
the exclusive agency for this celebrated
machine; in this county. It is cov_enient,du
ahle, and CHEAP. Dec.
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of vaiiooskitids
- MUSIC-BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC, •
MAI - STE D 4 S.T E tiLIPS
STORE can always be found the best. of
Cooking, Box and Parlor
Also, TIN and SUET-IRON WARE, PIN'S,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH: BOWLS,
FRYL'iG-PAI.IS; SAP-PANS; and CAULD
such as PLOWS, -SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG ! -POWERS; Ste. ,
is well made and the material good.' Goo r d'and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the COunty—Terms easy. Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
Store on 4ain Street opposite the l old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 109.-50 .
The Confessions and
XPERIESTE of, an Invalid. Published
N I for the benefit and as a Warning and a
caution to young, men who'suffbr'fromNervous
Debility, PreMature DecaY, suPitiying at
the same time the means of self-cure - By one
who has cured himself after being put to great
expense through medical imposition andquack
ory. By enclosing a post-paid addressed en
velope. singkeopics may be had of the author,
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., BedfOrd,ltings
county, Ten , York.—Marl9spnly r '
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED!
1 - •
Just published in' a sealed envelope, nrice 6 cts
A lecture on the Nature,Treatmentat.d Rad
ical Cure of Spermatorrhina or linalWeak
ness, Involuntary Emissioris. nahDebility,
and Impediments to Alarriag generl a allyer -
vousness, Consumption, Epilepsy. and its;F
3lentahaud Physical Incapticity,resutting from
Self-nlinse, &p., by hoar. J CuivEawnta,,ll.D.,
author of the Green Book, k!tc. ! ;
The woi ld.renowned author, 'in this admir
able Lecture, clearly proves from bIS owa ex
pefience that the awful coaseqtyences of Self
abuse . may be effectually ilea without medi
cine, and without dangerous surgical opera
tions, hoagies, instruments. rings, or e,ordials,
pointing out a mode of oure at once certain
and effectual; by which eVery stifferer, no mat
ter what his condition may be, may cure him
self cheaply, privately and radically. This
lecture will prove a boon to thouspnds , and
thousands. - Sent under seal,to:any address,in
a plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of six 1
cents, or two4iostage . stamps, by addressing,
Dr. CIIAS I - J. C. KLINE, :
127 'Bowery; Nev! York, PoSt 010ce Box, 4586.
E. Anthony, N 0.501 Broadway, NeWYorh,
is now publishing, in additioa l to other por
traits, the celebrated collection known in Eu
rope andlAmerica. as 1
Brady'x Natiapal Photoie Portrait Gallery,
in - which is includedPOrtraits of nearly all the
pfominent men bf America; not excepting, Jeff
Divis,•Gen Bpauregard, Floyd, and q. host of
other confederates. Price of Portraits, 3,00,
per dozen. Can be sent by ! mail. ,
Scenes of the War for the UniOn,
are published, card size, and in Stereocopic
form. Also, i
Stereoscopic views of scenes in Paris, Lon
don; and in other parts of Engladd an& Prance,
in Scotland, Ireland, Wales,Holland, Switzer.
laud, Spain, on' the Roine, in Athens, Egypt,
Turkey, the Holy Land, Chinas India, Cuba,
Sze., ad,infinitura. , • t
Our Instantan-ons Stereoscopic 'Views are
The Greatest Wonder 'of the Age.
These are taken in ths,fortieth partofnsecoml
and the rushing of water,the,moving bf leaves,
or the march of an army, does not in the least
affect the inking of these . Views. they-are
sold, for S 3 per dozen.
•We have also on hand and manufacture the
hugest assortment of Stereoscopes, !Photo
graphic Albums, and Photographic 3faterials!
in the- United States,and perhaps in the world
Catalogues, containing listsof all our kor
traits,-Views, Sterenscopes, Igo.; sent tree. by
mail, on receipt,of a stamp. -
• ".- .E. ANTHONY; 60L Broadway,:
jyly near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York
exchange for Heiies, Wagons, Stoett
good‘Notes!3r .Tudguients.l. A'valuable
Farm situate:in Harrison township , Potter, Co.
on the iaa Btate-laxiilrading fiom
Spring - IEIMA° RarrisonTalle.yi
. mad -Westfield
Pa. Containing about:ll9 Acres, about 80
Acres improved and in a good state of -culti
vation, on which is :arected .ai large Frain
House, good' Barns, Corn ; House and other
-necessary; mit-buildinis, a good Apple "Cr-.
chard containing some -twenty 'different kinds
of Grafted Fruit. Shade Trees, &c., -The ahoy°
Farm lies about 1 mile from Hairison
7 miles from Westfield ond*Gmilei from Spririg
and.is a good Stock and. Grain Farm,
and will tie sold so thatany'one that can make
a payment of 3 or 4 hundred dollars down,
can make tl a farimpair for itself, with his la
bor. Price, $2,500, for particulars inqUire
of Peter Simmons now accupying said farm,
or C, H. Simmons,' OswayoVilla'ge, Pa.
Main above Third St.,
M. W. DIANN, PROPRIETOR.
BOOKS, S, l (*LOBES,
• - INVOICE-BOOKS.
Greek, Latin, French and German Teat-
All School Boolcs used in the •Counts
kept on hcind, or intinediatelj procured
Magaiines or any Periodicals supplied when
A good assortment .of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and Inks: Also, of Wall-Papers, Dravr.
ing Mateilials; Water Colors, &c. I •
Slates, Ruler's, Back-Gammon.Boards Chess
Men, &c., &c. PRODUCE of all kinds taken
in exchange for Books, &c. ' [ll-34]
THE HEROES. OF PEACE
. .., . .
To cOsetrop rem.
rrtM ' diiniiiPr i Ul , 4'4 been. restored VS
_health' in ii ; feW week n s, ' by- a 4reii 'tiimPle .
remedy; after , having
ving suffered seveml .yearif
:With ;it severe u ngaffection; . anhat: dread
disease, . Cops mPtion- 7 is an.;inns..te l make
known- to his ellow ! sotrerers -the •tneans of
aim._ To all ' lici de re it, be will seed a
copy of tneTreicrptionittied-(free!ofehnike.)
with the' directs); fpr; 1 preparinr , and using
the same, which ey will find awe Curs for
eonaumption,. Aithfna, 13:onchitisi to. : . The op
frobject of the adyertiser , In 'sending thePre
cription is tp-binefit the.aftlicted, end spread
information whicli he conceives to be invalia
ble, and be hoPes every 1 sufferer will.. try his
remedy; as it cost then), nothingr, 'and,mity
prove a blessing.. . ) Parties wishing the pre 7
scription will . plsai ) address.
v.: I E WARD A. WILSON, r
' "- I l. Williamshargi
Sept. 24.-3ni. I Kings County, N: T.
C. H. SIMMONS
Union ' viclt
Corner of Mn'
New StOre! New Goods!
The undersign d b og
public that they blare opened business at
I - WELLSVILLE, N.Y.,
Corner Main and Plank Road StreetS,o_pposite
the Union Block, Where they will display an
entire new stock 4:lf -
I 1 ,
-.. o^' •
Beadynti l acte Clothing,
GENT'S. FURNISHING GOODS,
' - 1
which will far - surpass inLquality, style and
price anything one exhibited in this town.
We are aware tliatto build,up a large trade,
it is not only necessary to have desirable
geods, but to * I
And we will make it an object for buyers to
examine our stml before purchasing else
where. -,All good shown cheerfully, repre
sented fairly,aml s omitted to the purchaser's
unbiased opinion: 1
This is a branchiof an.extensive manufac
turing house in. Elmira, N. Y., and therefore
you will find all Clbilling Weil made and got
np in the latest style.
An early call will reost assuredly secure a
splendid bargain at the UNION CLOTHO:10
EIIP,ORIUM. - 1 i D. STRAUS & CO.
Wellsville, June 862
P. A. ST f1.131.11S & - ,.C0.
Have ju.s6 received a
SELLING VERY LOW FOR
REAIir PAY .
March 12, 184
baying removed to iheir neW warerooms,
NO. 478 BROADMIY,
are now prepared tó Offer the , public a mag
nificent new scale•f4ll.
; 7 OCTAVE 'ROSEWOOD PIANO; •
containin'. all iri3pitOvements known in this
country or Europe, over-strung bass, French
graO4 action, harp, pedal, full iron frame, for
• $l5Ol CASH,
WARRANTED VOR FIVE YEARS.
13 - 150
8115' to 8200,
all warranted made of the best seasoned ma
terial, and to, stand' better than any scdfrfor
$4OO pr 5C oby thd pld methods of manufac
ture. We invite the best judges . to examine
and try these - new itistrnments, and we Stand
ready; at all, times. to test them with any others
manufactured in.this county. _
478' !Broadway, New Ypik.
THE FAMILY. SOAP .MAKER.
AU Kitchen Grease4an - be made intogood
SOAP, by tieing Saponifier I
DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX
Soap i 8 e 9 easily made with it, as making
a Cl*; f: co ff ee: •
MannfactaFed on) by i the Patentee's:,
ri sew MOMFACTURtIifidOMPiI%
reb. 1,1862. Jy j
apd Plank Road Sts
to 30 Cents!
chasing your 1.
186, 11. STRAUS & CO.
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tralids, Fathers, Mothers, Phystetan.l,
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FOR fiIIE .CUBE, OF, .
Headache,Sicltlfsailaclike,Eoul - stor n a c i l .
.Pfrticun9s Pa.; fflaYli:lBss.'
'' ' Dre. I.ti.ATlill.. - ' gly: T flayekbeeti-reptattly esitd of '
the worst headache. anybody Mnibare try:a done or tiro
.of your.P.ills.., It seems tqaTiSe Luna 44 11 stal3Ac14'whigh
they cleanse it One s . - IC they wilt cum other:its they'do
me, the fact Is siorthArniMiirig..-'“ ..,.• • -I , ~',:. '-' , c , ti, -
-Yours with great respect, -ED. W. PytEnLE,,
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Bilious Disorders and 14.Ver Complairdi.
DEPARTMENT OF TUE INTERIOR,
._• . , _: ' ' t.Wassfsgros3D. pyl r yo„ &O.}
- . Sm: I hare; used your. Pills in my_general and - hospital
practice ever since you made then:, and cannarftesitiftito
say they are ‘the best. cuptartic'we, employ. :-Theirfrega
lating action on /tier is qUiCk and deLided;enneequent
ly they are an admirable rentedy.fordextragernentsuf that
organ. Indeed, I have lielthim foundaixtse of Li/fofts di*.
ease so obstinate that it - did not - readily yield to them. ,
,- ',FA:den:ally yottrs ' , - • 4 1 / 4 14/N7.0 It.ti..lsk - 14D.,
• Phis:Wein of Vie irannerfoilfital
" • :Dysentery.,' Relax , -and. iyordte. I
Post OFYICE, HARTIann, LIT. Co:, lIICII4 .NOT. •16,1851.
DR. AYER: Your Pills are the 'perfeetiOri*ofsnedielne. .
They have ,done my-wife-more. good- than.' can tell you.
She bad been: sick and pining away formonths.,Went ,
off to be - doctored at great expense, burkot nobetter: Shs •
'hea coinmencedta.kingsourTllls, which eMon:Corod her,
by expelling' large quantitieS' of wormir(fflaii). - frolii lier
body. They afterwards. cured her, end our two
of bloody dysentery. One of liur iielglibofi had'it laid;lifid
my wife cured - hterwith• two doses of your Pills, while
others around us paid fromfive to twenty dollankcfostone
bills, and lost' mbar time,:ivithout being curedmitirelly
even-then. •Such a medicine as-yours, which 19 a0t.411,7
gOodUbd honest, wlll . be prized here:- -, . ' , b F. ,, •,.; :•.;...,
OEO. J. GRIFFIN; Ibefularia:, 1
Indigestion and Impurity' of the 'Moo .
Flom Bee, J. V. liiiii - ei,.l-ilitoi .itr.Adr*nt r7iFre2l Bastass..
''IORrATP.t: J:hWrp, Ipterict, - .Pilid with- extrem nary
.success in my - farnily,ond gltiesesr,anecallet 4.11 Ar ~'
.imilistresa. .To retpdate t Odr-ansofrligeitiOn ad pu •
the, blood they aro Ilie: ver y remedy I have, one
known, and I - caw eimfidently retoMmentl theniM My
' . . WAI:S437, WreStimi 'Cc;.; N.' 1 -- ; . Oct '24; 1545:'
DELR'Sm: lam using your CsthargoPills .in,nixprito.•
lice, and find them in excellent purgative firtleanae the
systeniand purify the fountains of the blood. • -
. . • . JOHN G. ALEACIpl3f i r.ll(ll. '
Erysipelas, Scrofula, King's Evil,.'reter,
Tumors, and Salt Rhenin.--- , - . ''''
'Prom a .2%!,ricarding 31crcitartl If a. Z.quis, Feb..4,.18te. -
DR. AYER : Your Tills are' the paragon of all rind Is
great in medicine. 'They lfave cured my little daughter
of ulcerous sores upOn her hands and feet , that lied proved
Incurable for years. Iler nrotherAtas been:lung:grievous.
ly afflicted with blotches mid pimples on Thir akin arable
her hair. , -After our child"was Cored. Hie. Wed tried-your
Pills. and they have cured her. A'SA." MOttORIDGE:
•Rheumatism, Neuralgia.; and•Gont:
From go Der. Dr„ Hazokes, of the Methodise•Eyis. C7iurst.
llonsr, SsvaNsit..ll3.l., Jan. G, 155f5. -
Ilosolum SIR : I should be ungrateful for the relief your
skill has brought ins if I' did not report tnyi case tio•yom
keold settled in my limbs and broiight on ;excruciating
neuralgic pains, which ended •in 'chronic :;rheumatism.
Notwithstanding I had the Lest of phyeieians, the disease
grew worse and worse, until,.by the adVice of - your excel
lent agent lir Baltimore, Dr. 31ackenzie, I tri e d your Pills.
Their effects were'slow, but sum By persevering : in
we of them I am now tntirely well.
SENATE CHAMBER, DITON 1:01:GT, vas. ,
• DR. Area: 'I have been entirely cured. by your Pills of
'Rheumatic Gout—a painful disease that ltd,i•allidted.me
for yea's. VINCENT SLIDELL.
• For• Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred Coin,;.
plaints, requiring an active purge, they are an axed- •
For Costiveness or ConstiPation, end as
a Dinner Pill, they are agreeable and effectual.
Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Inflamma
tion,. and even Deafness, find Partial - Blintt—
limas, have been cured by the alterative action of them"
Most of the pills in nmrket.Contain Mercury, which, al,
though a valuable remedy iu skilful hands, is dangerous
in a public pill, from the dreadful omsequkiees that fre
quently follow its incautious use. These contain no wee.
cury or mineral substance, whatever. • „ •
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR TUE RAPID CURE OF
ENZA, BRONCHITIS, - WHOUPING
COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, IN.'
- - CIPIENT CONSUMPTION,
and for the relief of consumptive pielients fu advansetl
stages of the disease.
We need not ,speak to the public of its * virtues.
Throughout every town, and almost every hamlet of; the
' • American States. its Arundel na cures of pulmonary com
plaints have omits it alriady known. Nay, few.,are the
families in any civilized country on this continent witlient
some personal experience of its elfjcts; and fewer yet the
communities any where which have not umong them
some living trophy, of its victory-over the entitle and dan
gerous diseases of the throat mid lungs. While it in the
most powerful antidote yet known to man for the fermi
ditble and dangerous diseases of the pulmomMy organs, It
is also the pleasantest unit safest remedy that can be era
'ployed for infants and young pernotis. Put eats. should
,have it in store against the insidions*enenty that steals
- upon them unprepared. We have abundant grounds to
believe the CHOIRS PECTORAL saves more Heed by the con
sumptions it prevents 'than those: it cures. i Keep it by
you, and cure your colds while they are curable, nor neg
lect them until no human skill can master the inexorable
canker that, fastened on the vitals. eats your life away.
All know the dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and as
they know too the virtues of this remedy. wifineed,not do
More than to assure them it is still made the best it can
. . - .
be. We spare no cwt. no care, no toil to produce it the,
most perfect possible.'and thus afford those !who 'rely osr
It the best agent which our skill can furnish for their cur*.
PREPARED _DR. .J. C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Kan
AND SOLD BY
Sold by C. S. S.: E. A. Jones, Coudersport
Mann:& Nichols, .11illport ; Colwell A-, Lyinan •
Roulet ; Carey 3.: Son, Ulysses B.Ror
ton, Cushingrille ; and Dealers generally
" THE UNION
ARCH STREET, ABOVE T.11113-D,
UPTON S. PIENVOOIItER, Proprietor.
This Hotel is central, concenient".bf'
Passenger cars to nll parts of the city, and in
•every partiPalar itdapted to the NI antd
business public: • '
Terms. ‘ ll 50 per_dsty.
NATRONA COAL OIL
WARRANTED NON ExpLosrv'E
and equal to. any:Kerosene.
WHY buy an explosive 01!, Tvheti a few
cents'inore: per gallon will furnish ytni-with-lk—
perfecyoil? ..tlado only by ~
PENIPA,SALT :mAxtrFAcTuanza 01174.inr;
No. 127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. •
- Feby. 1. 1862.
setweller.l and ...Wa.tchinaker,
TT fjCATED og Main St„-.opposite.the Ciut.
1.41 House, Coudersport, Pa. • •,
Clocki; Viraichies, •
Repaired o'n: shore notice rind anted
give satisfact on. -;" : • •
A good fisortment.ot . . .
WATCH - V
on hand. Cheap forOAStf and
represented..- As am even 'eicttange
bery I will give yon time for. Money.
• Coudersport, Dec. 16, 1861 -