Newspaper Page Text
rm ~,^r •. .... ~, ~
4.4 t i o naz
:,,The Buffalo Mercantile. College
CORNER OF MAIN AND SENECA STREETS,
Is' nn itnptirtufatAink - In the. ‘great. chain of
NATIONAL MERCANTILE COLLEGES, lo
cated in the following. cities, Tl 2, :
' W YORK CITY, P.OILA:bELPMA - ,
'• BROOKLYN; ' .` ALJIANT, -
DETROIT, I CHICAGO,.
AND SAINT LOUIS.
• A Scholarship.issued frcan the Buffalo Col
lege, entitles the holder to attend either or all
the..Colleggs: for an unlimited time.
The Design of these Institutions,is to iturart
to •youni.men tind ladies, a thorough, practi
cal business education.
These Colleges are organized and conduct.
ed upon a basis which must secure to each
.134;arate Institution the.bestPOssiblefacilities
for imparting a thorough mercantile eductw=
tion, and render it as a whole, the most cosa:
prehensive and complete system in this country
-Book-Keeping in all its, department, Domo
, ixtercial Law,Commercial Arithmetic and Pen
manshiP, are taught in the most thorough and
,The Spencerian System of Penmanship, is
Wight by competent and experienced teachers
••••-, 'Scholarship, nayable in advance, $4O.
COilege open day at &evening: no vacations
Resident Principal at Buffalo, J. C. Br.v.uvr.
• For Cp•ther information, please call at the
College rooms, or send foriCatalogue and Cir
cular enclosing letter stamp. Address
• BRYANT & STRATTON,
JY9IY Buffalo, N. Y.
OFFICE OF JAY COOKE,
1 At Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers,
• 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Philadelabia, Nov. 1, 1862.
The; undersigned having been appointed
Subscription. Agent by the Secretary of the
Treasury, is now prepared to furnish, at once,
The New Twenty Year 6 per cent..llonds
of the United States, designated as "Five-
Twenties," redeemable at the pleasure'of the
Government, after five years, and authorized
'by :Act- of Congress, approved Fetn'y 25,1862.
.1. - Tim' COUPON BONDS are issued in sums of
$lOO, $5OO, and $lOOO.
The REGISTER BONDS in
$lOO, $5OO, $lOOO and $5OOO .
Interest at 6 per cent. per an.
menee from the date of purc.llo
Payable in GO
Semi-annually,. which Is equal
premium on gold, to about Eli
Farmers, Merchants, ltkehanies, Capitalists,
and all who have any money - to invest should
-know and remmem her that these( bonds are,
in effect, a First :gortg.a,ge upon all Railroads,
Canitls, Bank StdCks and Securities, and the
'immense products of all the Nan ufactures o ke.,
in the country: and that the full and ample
. provision made for the payment of the interest
'and liquidation . of principal, by Customs Du- .
ninise Stamps and Internal Revenue,
serves to make these Bonds the
Best, Most Available and Most Popular
Investment in the Market.
Subscriptions reeeived nt Par in Legal Tender
motes, or uotesand checks of beak; at par in
Philadelphia. Sul.‘sCribers by until Will 're,
ceive prompt atlentioo, and every facility and
explanation will be afforded on application at
this office. A supply of Load; will be kept
on hand for Inanediate delivery.
JAI.7.COOKE, Subscription Agent:
WE STE Rid EC Tt L,
Nes. 9. 11, 13, 15, Vi. 'COURTIANDT STREET.,
Near Brolidway, NeW York City.
This old-established and favorite resort of
the Business' comtnif hity - hu4, been recently re
fitted, and is compli:te in ci . erthin2; that can
minister to the eoinfort'of its patrons. Ladies
'Find Families are specially ant carcfally pro-
It is centrally located' in 'the business part
•of the city, and is contiguous to the principal
lints - of steamboats, cars, omnibuses, ferries.
In Consequence of the pressure caused by
the Rebellion, prices have bean reduced to
ONE DOLLAR. AND _FIFTY CENTS PER DAY.
The table is amply supplied with all the
luxuries of the season, and is equal to that of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample accommodationsire offered for up
ward of 400 gue'sts.
Do not believe runners, backmen,and others
who may say "the Western Hotel is full,"
„., D. D. WINCHESTER, Proprietor.
ThOs. D. ,Winchester. fvl9
BOOTS AND SHOES.
.A. SANDBERG & BRO'S •
Tanners and Currlers, -
AVE 'also established a
Boot a l n.d Shoe
Manufactory, opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
in the room formerly occupicd by J. B. Smith.
They offer their Boots and Shoes at a
LOWEIR RATE THAN 'THE'SPIIE QUALITY NAVE
Eytß BEEN,.SOLD IN POTTER COUNTY.
And they have nothing but the best *cirk
mcn Itind the hest stock that tlie.couittry will
prodUce, dud money and labor can procure.
THEY FEEL. CONFIDENT.THAT THEIR
WORk WILL GIVE SATISFACTION.
Hides 4Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts
, 3 , ,
• takef:i at the Highest Market Price.
GIVE US A TRI.AI., I
COudeOport, Pa., March 19 ; •
!; MAN HO OD ;,
110 W L 0 T! DOFF RESTORED.I
Just published in a sealed envelope, pride 6 cts
A lecture on the t . Zature,Treatment and Rad
ical Curd . of,Spermatorrlices or Seminal Wea
kness, InVoluntary Emissions, Sexual Debility,
find ImPedinaents to iano Ner
vousness'; Consumption, pi epsy and PIO;
Mental and Physical Incapricity,resultingfrom
Self-abuse, &c., by Rom J. CutivEritvm.L,M.D.,
author of the Green Book,
Tie woild•renowned author, in this admir
able Lesture,lclearly . proves from his own ex
perience that, the awful consequences qBelf
n bun may be drectusilTy used without medi
eine, and. without dangerous surgical opera
tions, boogies, 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
a plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of six
cents, or two postage stamps, by addressing,
- Dr. CHAS. J. C. MANE,
12; 2miery, New York, Pot Ulbce Box, 4581.
TETE ilEgiVotgTOß cAsiassn*
H''AIiFtIi'SPICTCiRIAT:; III- STORY
• GRItAT ;AEBELLIONU
gessra.•tlarpers .3- Brothers have commenc
ed the issue in Numbers of .a complete Ilistery
cf the Great Rebellion in the United States.
The work has been for many months in course
of preparation, by a writer every way qualified
for the task. •
The Introduction contains a clear and snc
cinct account of the formation of the Conred
eracy of the States; the. foriaation -and alop
lion of the Constitution of the Unites! States,
and the establish men t of the-Pational Govern
ment ; the origin. developetrient and progress
of the doctrines of Nullification and Secession,
and the various phases which they assumed
until their final culmination in the Great Re
The history comprises a fall acconnt,drawn
from th ' most authentic sources, of all the
Events f the War; the intrigies of the South
ern lead ri at home and abroad; the gradual
defectio of 'oe section; the great Uprising
of the P opl for the maintenance oT the Na
tional L fe and Existence; the rapid creation
of an i me4e Army and Navy;---4to the Bat
tlei by • ancl and Sea. . ,
The 1 lustiations comprise Portraits o, all
those AT o have-borne a prominent plain the
struggl ; Maps of the different .localities;.
Plans o the leading actions; Views of every
scene o interest, and of the most important.
Battles.] These illustrations are mostly from
drawings taken on the spot by artists deputed
for that purpose to accompany everidivision
of our Arm and Navy.
Every facility at the command of the Pub
ushers has been employed in the preparation
and executipn of this work; and they confi
dently believe it will form the most trustwor
thy and valuable lustory which can be pre
pared of the Great Struggle for the American
Mode and Terms of Publication . The work
will !be issued in Numbers, consisting of 24
pages of the size of Harper's Weekly, printed.
from c!ear type,'npon fine paper, and will
probably be completed in Twenty Numbers.
The numbers will be issued at intervals, if
possible, of about three or four weeks. •
The price of each number, which contains
matter equivalent to an ordinary volume, will
be Twenty-five Cents. •
Thegilustrations in each number are alone
worth the price asked. Men out of employ r
meh t, especially Sick or Disabled Sold'ers,can
find no ; other work so sure of ready sale and
For further particulars apply to the publishers
HARPER & BROTHERS,
Franklin Square, New York.
sums of $5O,
inum will com-
Se, and is
For upwards of three years past, I belie
been engaged in a business, which has yielded
me at the irate of Three Thousand Dollars per
annum, tint being desirous of going to Europe
in the course of a few months,for the purpose
of ther3tidtroducfng - the business, I am willing
to teach it to any one who will send me One
Dollar. The business is no humbug, but .of a
highly nieful and general character, adapted
both to cities and villages,, and one that — any
person of ordinary capacity, young or old,
male or fimr.le, can acquire with a few hours'
practice, lindily whichthey cab secure a very
handsome income. Several young ladies who
have received instructions- from me, botillin
New': York State and Pennsylvania, are earn
iug 'upwards of FifteCia Dollars per week by it,
and' there is no reason why any one else can;
nord_o the same. Invalids,' even, can do well
by it, as it Is no peddling affair, but a business
that is perfectly respectable. Gentlemed and
lad ieS' of leisure ttho would like to learn the
busluess 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 eau readily
acquire the art, 'and-.these instructions will
also contain every Particular relati.lT to the
carrying it on so that it will be highly profit
able. The purchaser of the "printediristree
lions" will also be authorized to teach it to
others ; and I have sometimes received' as high
as Two Hundred Dollars for teaching it per
sonally to a single individual.. I wotildstate
further, that Two Dollars and Fifty Cents' or
Three Dollars will buy everything that; is
necessary to commence the business'
and the articles can. be got almostanywhere,
in city or, country, o'r, if preferred, I can fur
ALVORD T. PARSONS, ;
No. bti Liberty Street, New York.
fat the present
GUT per cent.
---- NaTtlonal Faintly Journal.,
The Home 'Journal for 18§3
We have much pleasure in informing the
public that one of our contributors for the
coming year will be our friend and colleague
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 established readers
who constitute the family of the Home Journal.
But we have in preparation, for the coming
VERY THRILLING STORIES
Some of the ablest of living pens are engaged
for us, in translating from the French 'and
German ; and our own original narrative wri
ters are among the first.
We are fortunate, also, in travelers gone
abroad who are literary contributors, and we
are anticipating for our renders a most agree
able surprise in-the quality-of these
Sketches of Travels and adventures.
But the feature of oni ja - urnal which we
have not Set mentionedis perhaps the most
reeheras of all, its prominence as
Thf Exponent of Refined Soddy.
Our correspondence with the leaders of fashion
in Newi York end the, other capitals, is espe 7 .
daily valuable in this respect, keeping us um
i6istakably informed of the changes add 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 confidently of its promise cf enter
tainment to our large circle of readers. In
this department, foreign journals are endlessly
inventive ; and, with our industrious ransack
ing of these, we aresure to select, for the pe
culiar taste to which we minister, a most, re
liDITORS . •
Will ',give the Journal their constant atteistioa,
as boom Of the goings on, in the eventful
scenes arid places of the country, Dli, Willis'
pea will give photographs, as usual. Geniyal
Morris's Songs and Sketches will be embroi
:dere& on the thread of the passing moment,
as they have always been. Some of tho best
intellects of the land are enlisted for us, .alp,
and ;Ise think we may promise .to hold our
place as the journal. which best enables the
Family to keep conversant' with the World.
Trat'llS—Fpr one copy, 2 ; for threecopies,
s—'or ono copy for three years, 5; for a
club orseven caplet; 10; for a club of fifteen
coplei l '2O ; and at that ratelor a larger club
—always in advance. - •
• Address MORRIS &
&I'roprielors, 107 Fulton StfeetiN.Y
MITED STATES.• •
!PPE undersiOeil Ronid
the surrounding; that has
taken the- roping fornierly occupied - I)Y' 'Jihn
S. 31a:an, where.he'ciprepared to
. do ,
- All kinds of Harness - Work
on thi shortest notice.- ,A
LONG STRAW 'COLLARS..
also kept co n stantly . on hand. These cellars
are a superior article, and need but; a trial to
insure their success.
Repairing done in good style.
Hame;straps, &c., kept constantly on hand.
The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
• S. P. MAR.
Coadersport..Oct. 16th, 1860.
Higliiy Imponazt tp the Le.diee
DOWNER'S PATENT HEMMER AND SHIELD
- FOR 11AND-SENVINO,
Is "jast the thine - fei all who usethaneedle.
This-remarkably simple and novel invention saves
one-half the labor of hand-sewing, as incom
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 BE WITHOUT IT.
It is cheap, simple, beautiful, and useful. The
Hemmer and Shield will be sent free of charge
on receipt of the price, 6 4:5 cents.
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 to the work-table, and will be found
indispensable to all using the above articles,
being u. useful and invaluable appendage to
the Sewing-Bird. • ,
Price 50 Cts. to $1 according to Style and
$l5O per Month can be Real
ized by enterprising Agents (wanted in every
town and County throughout theiinited States
and Canada,) selling the above articles;-as
sales are rapid, profits large, and has no com
petition. A liberal discount to the trade.
Address A, , H. Downer,
442 Broadway, New York,
Patentee and Sole Proprietoi.
N.B.—General and exclusive Agencies will
be granted on the most liberal terms.—ml93m
THE DAY, SCHOOL BELL,
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, Duetts,
Tries, Quartetts, 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 scientifically, while the
tunes and words embracd such a variety of
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
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 songs, original,
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 Public Sehools. A few sam
ple pages of the Elem :tits, Tunes, and Songs,,
are given in a circular; send and get one. It
is compiled by 'HORACE WATERS, Author
of "Sabbath-School Bells." Nos.. 1 and 2,
of which have had the enormous sale ofd 655,-
000 in 36 months. Prices; paper
cents, l's per 100; Bound, 30 eents,- 22 per
100 • cloth bound, embossed' gi1t,',,40 cents,
30 per'loo. 25 copies furnished at the 100
price. Mailed free at the retail 'price. j
HORACE WATERS, Publisher, '
No. 481 Broadway, New York.
SOMETHING FOIL THE TIMES I,!!
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD
JOHNS Z; . CROSLEY'S
American Cement Glue,
The strongest Glue in the World
For Cementing Wood, Leather,. Glass,
Ivory,, China, Marble, Porcelain,
Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc..
The only article of the kind ever produc
ed -which will withstand Water.
"Every housekeeper should have a supply
of Johns & Grosley's American Cement Glue."
to York Time& -
"It is so convenient to have in the house."
—Kew York Express.
"It-is always ready • this commends it to
everybody."—.Y. Y. dependent.'
"We have tried it, and find it as useful in
our house as water."—Wilkei.Spirit of the Times
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very liberal reductions to Wholesale Dealers
For sale by_all Druggists and Store
keepers generally throughout the country.
JOHNS & CROSLEY,
(Sole Manufacturers,) '
78 William Street, New York."
(Corner of Liberty Street.) jy9ly
HORACE . WALTEUS PIANOS:
MELODEONS. ALEXANDNORGANS, Arm
T. GILBERT le4 CO.'S celeb ted ;BOMAN
PIANOS are the finest instruments for Parlors
and Churches now in use. A large assort
ment can be seen at the new Wareroums, 481
BROADWAY, between Grand and &tom
Streets, which will be sold at extremely low
prices. PIANOS and MELODEONS from sun
dry makers, nett> and second hand, to let, and
rent allowed if purchased, as per agreemem.
Monthly payments received for the sam
Also, second-hand . Pianos and Melodeons at
great bargains, prices 'from - 25 to 100.
Sheet Music, Music Books, and all kinds
Music Merchandise at War prices.
. L HORACE WATERS, Agent.
NOTICE TO EVERYBODY.
HOUSE, SIGN AND WAGON PAINTER; PAPER
. AND GLAZIER. „ •
Tam undersigned wishes to inform the Pub
l. lie of Coudersport and vicinity that he
will attend to all work entrusted to him. .
Particular attention paid to Paper-Hanging.
Shop with John ReckhoW, , east side.of the
Court Eons's. • F. . L BACKUS.
Coudersport, - April 30 —• Orin .
The . Rochester Straw-Cutter.
01,3ISTED & KELLY, Condersiiprt, ~have
the exclusive agency for this..celebrated
machine, -in this county. It is covenient; du
able, and CHEAP. Dec. 1, 1860.-12
d:c, • ,;, •
or_ausTED4v - KFIL - Vs
Q TWIN ,
..cat:ll always be found the ,beet
40 'Cooking; Roi!and ParlOr • ="'
Also TIN and
KETTLES; _ SPIDERS; SCOTCH' BOVirLS, -
. PRYING-PANS, , CAULD
- Also •
such as PLOWS; SCRAPERS, CULTIVA-,
TORS, CORN4SRELLERS, HORSE-RAKES )
DOG-POWERS, Are. • ,
• " •
.. THEIR WQI3:IK
is e and material good. Good' nd
substantial EAVES=TROUGES put up in ,any
part of the-County—T-ernis easy.; -Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
Store on Vain Street opposite the Old Court
Hduse, Coudersport.:. Aug. 1,_1859.-50
„ • -
MANN, PROPRIETOR.' '
. ooKs, , , GLOBES,
BLANKS- 7 ;
' HERBARIUMS, '
. • INVOICE-BOOKS.
Greek, Latin, French- and 'German Text-
Books. - ' • •
All School BoOlcs,used .in:Athe .County
kept -on hand, or immedietiely procured
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when
A good assortment of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Drciw
ing MaterialslWater Colors, &c:
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds.
..MUSIC-BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC,
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess
Men, &c.,.&c; PRODUCE of all kinds taken
in exchange for Books, &c. [ll-34]
THE HEROES OF PEACE
\ THE lITEROF:4 OF WAR
B. Anthony,' No. 501 Broadway, New York,
is now publishing, in addition. to other por
traits, the celebrated collection known in Eu
rope and America as
Brady's. .National Photographic Portrait Gallery,
in which is Included Portraits of nearly all the
prominent men of America, not excepting Jeff
Davis, Gen Beauregard, Floyd, and a host of
other confederates., Price of Portraits, 3,00
per dozen. Devi be sent by mail.
Scenes of the Tar for the Union;
are published, card size, and ,in stereocopie
Stereoscopic views of scenes in Pairis,"Lon
aon, and in other parts of England and France,
'in Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Holland, Switzer
land, Spain, on the Rhine, in Athens, Egypt,
Turkey, the Holy Land, China, India,
&c., thc, ad infinitum.
Our Instantaneous Stereoscopic Views are
The Greatest Wonder of the Age.
These are taken in 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 taking of these view's. They are
sold for s3"per dozen.
We have, also on hand and manufacture the
largest assortment of Stereoscopei, Photo
graphic Albums, and Photographic Materials
in the United States, and perhaps in the world
'CatalogUes, containing lists of all our-Por
traits, Views, Stereoscopes ? , B‘c., sent tree by
mail; on receipt of a stamp. . •
. E. ANTHONY, 501 Broadway,
hip near St. Nicholas Hotel, NewlYork.
'f THE lINION
ARCH STREET, ; ABOVE THIaD,
UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor.
This Hotel is central, convenient by
Pass'enger cars to all parts of the city, and in
every particular adapted to , the wanth of the
Terms 1 50 per day.
NATRONA COAL OIL !
WARRANTED NON EXPLOSIVE!
and equal to any Kerosene. . . • .
Wkly: buy an explosive Oil, when a - few
cents more per gallon will furnish you with a
perfect 011? Made only,by
PENN'A SALT MANNFACTUBING COMPANY,
No. 127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Fsby. 1.1862. ly
• For Sale or to Let. - •
Tn Steam Saw and Grist at Gertnivi
tall Abbot townsiflp, Potter - Cotinli •Pa.
Doing an excellent business ; a first rateistand
fOr: an •induktrieils ,Man ,with nome'capita4
Tilos° reflecting Inuit apply 'soon to '
wiLLI.A.II.IIaDDD, 300 Broadiay;
Or attlie Mill at Germania;
August 27, 1862. •
THI3 Advertisee,lhaiing been restorekton
health In adeoryweeks t -by a.very simple
reritedp: after 'having coffered sev.eralirars
with .o.,severe, lung affectioni4indtbat.dread
disease,Consumptionis .aturiouirto make
bis - felloW4niTereit titn"raiane of
cure. -To all who desire lend a 1
copy of trie - prescriptioli used-(free of charge,)
with thedireefforts iforl , 'Prepaiiiig • and using
the: same,. which they WilLflnd a aura Curs for
Con.lumption, Asthp e BrontAilf ;iv. The on
ly object of the adv.ertieer idiendinithe Pre
scription is to benelt the afflicted f and spread
h e conceives to
ble, and he hopes eperY . sufferer Will try his
remedy, as -it costa them, nothing, and may
prove a blessing,'.' l'artles wishing the pre
scription will please address's
Rsv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
"j t - Williamsburg,
Sept. 24.-3 m. • Kings - County, N. Y.
STOP ' STOP!
MONEY; MONEY SAVED!
I AT TUB
Union . Clothing
Corner of Main and Plank Road Ste.
From 51. to 30 Cents!
on . esiery Dollar
.ptircli a§ing your
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
At the new Union
; D. STRAP kCO
Wellsville; N. 1862
New Store! New Goods!
. ,The undersig4d beg leave to inform the
public that thafbase opened business at
WE,LIAVILLE 3 N. Y.,
1; • 1 • I
Carner Main andl t Plank Road Streets,opposite
the Union Block,[where they will display an
entire new stock lot.
, • . land
GENT'S FUrRNISHING GOODS,
which will far inzilass in quality, style and
price anything eier exhibited in this town.
We are aware ithat to buildup a large trade,
it' is' not only necessary to hare desirable
goods, but to i. , -
SELL THEM CHEAP,
And we will fita)ce at an object for bilyers to,
examine our stuck before purchasing elSe
*here. All * gobds shown cheerfully, repre
sented fairly,and submitted to the purchaser's
This is a braticli of an extensive manufac
turing ho !use in 'Elmira, N. Y., and therefore
you will find alb'Clothing well made and got
up in the !style.
An early call4fll-most assuredly secure a
splendid bargain at the UNION CLOTHING
.11)..STRAIJS .t CO.
Wellsrille o ldne 1862- *
P. A. STEBBINS & CO
Ha' e just received a
NEW LOT OF
I 1 , I 9Nt4
Which they are
SELLINGI VERY LOW FOR .
RtAll ; HY, PAY.
4110VEST,EEN & VALE,
having removed to their new wareroonn,
110 L 478 BROADWAA",
are now prepitied to offer the public ataag
nificent new abilelnil.
7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO)
containing Irnprovements known in this
country or Earope, over-strung bass, French
grand action, lharp pedal, full iron frame,, for
WARROTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
Rich monldink cases; •
• t#l l lls to s2oOi -
all warranted made.of the best seasoned ma
terial, and.to stand better than, any sold-for
40 0 .or 5001bY the old methodi of =Malan
tare. We infite the hist judges to exaMine
and try theso new instruments, and weLitand
ready at all times to tesi them with any othere
manufactured,hi this countiye,,
, 1 ,
478; Broadway, New York.
13AP Oistitteeti l , g AP asTIFIEIt I
-• THE. P.IMILII I SOAP DtAKIIR. •
AlI lOtelieii drecise Min be 'made into good
SO.O, l l;kj , itShat Sa .. e9pifier . -
DIRECTiO . IIO,AdCONPA.NYINCI'bACIE BOX
Soap is_as easilY made with it; as makini,
a cup.of coffee, •
iliatinfact;nred only,bi,the 'patentees. _
PENN% SALT itUMFACTURING tOBIPANt,
Nd. /214Waliiutstreet, Philadelphia.
ireby. 1,1862. " , • -
!:< ..:e• t 7::;::--, ta t r,W ,,, V.1
Cathartic -4415 ?
• - - 1. ' 7 ' 0 ( SiTGAN CrOATALt) .
-4.-..:- -- - - , ---- '''" . "''' t---'413.1, - .X&DV-TO ,- .1 , -
CLEANER. lIIRIBLOOIi AED:OI3II3 3212,:fge8.,
itavalids, Xsavers.p.M.o4.ers, Phykiiaans,
Phibmthrop.lits, reilo. their Effects,
''tiitd*judge'rot their Viitizee:F:a
FOR THE CHER HT
neadache,'SiCk Ileadache,Foul Stomach.
,•• • • , - •
..rtrrocsa, PA., 11,1.,15gA
• pi. J.C.Airre. Sir: X ZISTO, been repeatedly cured of
the worst headache any - bodyeanliace:bk &doe° orAtio
of your 1411 s. It EC0,1:119, to arise from a foul stomach. which
they. cleanse at once. If they will cure otberaaa they do
me, the fact Is worth knowing.' —" " wu
Yours with great respect, Elk-W. PIINIILS,
pilioaspisordem and Liyer.Complaiats.
• DEPARTMENT or rat:l:mamma; .
. • •
• - . • Wasimmrmr, D.V.,1•Yeb:,113511.
Ss: I have need your Pills in my general and hospital
practice ever since you' made them, and cannot hesitate to
say they are the best calhaltic •toremplay-. regm
ladng action on,the /leer is quick and decided, gottlequena•
ly they are an admirable remedy for derangementinfthat
organ: Indeed, I have seldom found a case: of bilious di s.
ease so obstinate that it did not readily.yield to them.
-_ Fraternally yours, I ALONZO BALI.; 31.
'• letflicit, ofithe Marine liaspital.
Dysenteryi Itehtr u and Wornia.Z
Pose Ornirm Mice., Nov. id, yip.
Dm Arta: Your Pills are the perfection of medicine.
They ham done my wife more good than I can tellytid.
She "had been-sick undo pining-uway for months. Went
oft to be doctored atat expense, but got nabettoy, She
then Commenced' g your Pills , which soon' evired'her
by eipelling large' antitinr of worms. (dead) from
body. They afterwards cured her and our two 'children
-of bloody dysentery.' One Of ourneighborahad Ml6:Land
my wife cured him With two. doses , of your Pills ,, while
others around us paid from Ave to twenty dollars doctonf
bills, and lost much time, without being cured entirely
even them - Such a medicine as pons, whichls actually
good and honest, will be tuned here.
ao. 3. ORIFYIN,
Indigestion- and Impurity of the. Blood ! ,
Prom Bet. J. 1 Eimer, Astor of .ddecilt asusdi, -Roast.
Da; Area: I have used your Pills Vitiaordinsty
success In my family and among those lam called to visit
in distress. To regulate the organs of difficstiollatitriFit/
the blood they are the very. beet remedy I hare evpr
known, and 1. can confidently recommend theta . to
!heeds. ' Tours, . . J. V. 111313t3.
WATISAR, WTOICZCO Co., N. Y., Oct. tA, 16515'
Draa fits: am using your, Cathartic Pills to mY . Fria.
flee, and find them an excellent purgative to.cleatuse this
system and purify the fountains of the Moos/ •
• - y JOHN G. 31EAGRAM, 3f. D.
Erysipelas, Scrofula; Kra 's Evil ; ..rutter,
Tumors,. and Salt Rheum.. '.
Prom albricarding ?litre/Lauf of R. Louis, Bb . . 4,1811.
Da. Aria: Your Pills are the paragons of an that*
great in medicine. They have cured my little daughter
of ulcerous sores upon her bands and feet that bad proved
hicirrable for years. Her mother has been long grievou►
ly efilicted with blotches end' pimples on her skin and la
her hair. After ourchild'was carat she also tried rotor
Pills, and they have coxed her.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout.
hen the Rev. Dr. Rawkei, o f the NeihorlistEJ:WW ;Murat
PraisAT Hum, Seratrnee, Ga , Jarf.'6, 7856.'
HONOR.= Sm:l should be ungrateful for the relief your
skill has brought me if I did not report my case to you.
A cold settled in try limbs and brought on. excruciating
neuralgic pains, which ended in chronic rheumatism.
Notwithstanding I had the beet physiciabs, the dismal.
grew worse and worse, until, by the advice of your excel
lent agent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, I tried yerwrills.
Their effects-were slow, but sure. By perseverinrin tba
vise of theta lam now entirely well. • . •
Bxxx•nr. Cuabbra, Bator Rorer, Le., 5 Dec., 1855..
Am:Da I have been entirely cured by your Pill, of
Rheumatic Gout a painful disease that bad adhicted tae
for years. VINCENT SLIVELL:
- For Dropsy, Plethora, or kindred 'Omni
plaints, requiring an active purge, they are au axcel•
lent remedy. •
For Costiieness or C onstipation,an d as
n Dinner Pill, they are agreeable and effeettid.
Fits, Suppression, Paralysis, Intlamina - .
*lon, and even Deafness, and Partial Blind.
fleas, have been cured by the alterative action of these
' Most of the Pills In market contain Mercury, which, a"
though a valuable remedy in skilful hands, Is dangerous
in a public pill, from the dieadful consequences that, frt.
quently fellow its Incautious use. These contain no mer
cury or mineral substance wbaterer. '
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
rOR THE RAPID CURE OP .
COITGRS,COLD S, HOARSENESS,
ENZA, BRONCHITIS, la'llooPlli6i,
COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, IN
, . CIPIENT CONSUMPTION,
and for the relief of consumptive itatients in advaneed
Stages of the disease.
We need not. speak, to the public of Its virtnee.
Throughout every town. and almost every hamlet of the
Amean States, its 7onderful cores of puhriona — ry:corm
plaint have made It already known. Nay, few are the
families in any civilized country on'thls Continniit irithovit
soma personal experience of its effects; and lower yetthe
.commrinities any where which have not among them
some living trophy of its victory over the sulitle_and dan
gerous diseases okthe throat amt lungs. While it is the
most powerful antidote yet' known to man for the - forisii•
dable arid dangerous, diseases of the pulmonary organs, it
is also the pleasantest and safest remedy that can be em
ployed for infants -and young perions. -Parents should
have it in store -against the insidious enemy tint steals
upon them unprepared. We have tibundant%greanda to
believe the CITERRT PECTORAL saves more lives by the con.
eumptions it prevents' than those it cures, ,Keep it by
you, and cure your colds while they are curable, nor neg.
led them until no human skill can master the inexorable
canker that, fastened on the vitals, eats your life awaj.
All know the dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and as
they know too the.virtMut of this remedy, we need not do
more than to assure there .it is still made the best it can
be. We spare no cost; no care, no, toil to- produce it the
most perfect possible, and thus afford'those who rely on
it the best agent which our skill can furnish for their curs
PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AYER,
Praotical awl Analytical Chemist, Lowell, ;au.
• 411 TD SOLD BY
Sold by C. S. & E. A.;"Jones, Conderaperi
Mann & Nichols, Millport ; Colwell 3, Lyman
Roulet.; A. Corey.& Son, Ulysses; A B. Dor
tnn, CusOgville ; and by Dealers generally
A carefully selected stock of
Just arriving from Noir rorki such as
CLOTHING, • . -
' • SCHOOLBOOKS, &c.
'• Cheap for Ready-pay. •
10,000 Bushels ASHES and 50 bbls. EGGS.
. Z --
r`l 0 -•-
}:44 „7. ;_ ,
• • ' 21X01131 312 D.
.Btooklm d, Pa., Nor. 17,,1.862,, , . •-
Y Wife, MARY ANN / has left Iny.bed.pd
JCL bOard,wittiont piovocation,and I lieieby
caution, all person's ,not to.trust' her on m7 account as I will ay - no debts of her contract
ing conipelled by law. - '
The Pe._rtiaerehik .;
heretoforeunder - tbe• firm zot
11 • Garrett, Baily & Co: is this dafdissolied
by the withdrawal of the undersigned -T.:: '— •
1 _ EitIRY GARRETT.