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The Buffalo Mercantile College
CORNER' OF - MAIN AND SENECA STREETS.
Is an important link in the great chain
ATIONAL MERCANTILE COLLEGES, lo
cated in the following cities, viz: •
NEW YORK CITY, PHILADELPHIA,
TOY, - • . CLEVELAND,
DETROIT, - -CHICAGO,
- AND SAINT LOTUS.
A Scholarship issued from the Buffalo Col
lege, entitles the holder to attend either or all
the Colleges for nn unlimited time.
i TheDesign of these Institutions,is to imyart
to young men and ladies, a - thorough,' practi
These Colleges are organized and conduct
ed upon a basis which must secure to each
separate Institution the t est, possible facilities
for tlmparting a thorough mercantile educa
tion, and render it us a whole, - the`inost com
prehensive and complete system in this country
Book-Keeping in all its department, Com
mercial Law,Commercial Arithmetic and Pen
manship, are taught in the most thorough and
The Spencerian System of Penmanship, is;
taught by competent and experieneectteachers:
Scholarship, n4able in advance; $4O. '
College open day at d evening : no vacations
13.e9ident Principal at Buffalo, J. C. BEtYANT.
For further information, please ,call nt the
College rooms,- orsend for Catalogue and Cir . -
cuter enclosing letter stamp. Address
Buffalo, * N. Y.
OFFICE - OF JAY COOKE,
At Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers,
114 SOUTH THIRD STILLETi
The undersigned having beeh appointed
Subscription Agent by, the Secretary of the
Treasury, is now prepared to furnish, at once,
'• The New Twenty Year 6 per cent. Bonds
of the United States, designated as "Five-
Twenties t " redeemable at the pleasure of the
Government, after five years, and authorized
by Act of Congress, approved Febt'y 25,1867.
•The 'COUPON BONDS arc issued in sums of
sso, $100 ; $5OO, and $lOOO.
The REQISTER BONDS in sums of $5O,
$lOO, $5OO, $lOOO and $5OOO.
Interest at 6 per cent. per annum will com
mence from the date of, purchase, and is
,r. ,„ Payable Tin Gold, '
Semi-annually, - whieli is equal at the present
premium:on gold, to about EIGHT per ceut.
Farmers, Merchants, Mechanics, Capitalists,
and all who have any money to invest,should
know and remmember that these bonds are,
in effect, a First Mortgage upon all Railroads.
'Canals, Bank Stocks and- Securities, and the
immense products of all the Mannfactures e ke.,
in the country: and that the full and ample
Provision made for the payinent of the interest
and liquidation of principal, by Customs Du
ties, - Excise Stamps and Internal Revenue,
serves to make these Bonds the
Best, Most Available and Most,Popular
Investment in the Market.
Subscriptions received at Par in Legal Tender
Notes, or notes and checks of banks.at par in
Philadelphia. 'Subscribers by mail will re-
Ceive prompt attention, and every facility and
:e..xiianation will be afforded on application at
this office. A supply of Bonds will be kept
on band for immediate delivery.
JAY COOKE, Subscription Agent.
Nos. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, COURTLANDT STREET,
Near Broadway, New York City.
This old-established and favorite . resort of
the Business community ha(been recently re
fitted; and is complete in ,everthing that can
minister to the comfort of its patrons. Ladies
and Families arc specially and carefully pro
. it is centrally located in the business part
of the city, and is contiguous to the principal
liras of steamboats, cars, omnibuses, ferries.
In consequence of,the pressure caused by
the Rebellion, prices have been reduced to
ONE DOLLAR. r AlsiD FIFTY CENTS PFAVDAY.
The table is amply suprilied with all the
luxuries of the season, and is eipial to that of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample ficcommodations are offered for up
ward of 400 guestd,.
Do not believe runners, linek.men.and others
tvlio may say "the IVeste:ll. Hotel is full."
D. D. WINCHESTP:II, Proprietor.
Thos. D. Winch6ter. fY 1:9
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A. SANDBERG & Bib 'S
Tanners and Carriers,
- 11 AVE also established a
. Boot and Shoe
Manufactory, opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
in the room formerly occupied by J. B. Smith.
They offer their Boots and Shoes at a
LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME QUALITY HAVE
EVER BEEN SOLD IN POTTER COUNTY
•And they will have nothing but the best work
men and the best stock that the country will
produce, and money and labor can procure.
' THEY - FEEL CONFIDENT THAT THEIR
WORK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION.
Hides, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts
taken at the Highest Market Price.
• GIVE ITS A' TRIAL
Coudersport; Pa., March hi
BOW LosT.!. HOW RESTORED!
justpublished in a sealed envelope, price 6 cis
A lecture onthe Naturc,Treatment and Rad
ical Cure of Sp rinaltorrlima or Seminal Weak
. Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debility,
and Impediments to Marriage generally, Ner
vonsuess, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits ;
Mental and Physical Dicapacity,resulting from
Self-abuse, kc., by ROUT. J. CtrixsawELL,MlD.,
author of the Green Book, &c.
The world.renowned autlio, in this admir
able Lecture, clearly proves from hi§ own ex
perience that the awful consequences of Self
abuse may be effectually used without medi
cine, and without dangerous surgical opera
tions,obotigies, instruments. rings,.or cordials,
pointing out a mode of cure at once 'certain
and effectual, by which every sufferer, tio 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 scal,to any address,in
a plain, scaled envelope., on the receipt of six
clouts, or two postage stamps, by addressing,
Dr. CIIAS. J. C. KLINE,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Office Box, 4536.
THE. BEST WORE .FOll CANVASSING
AGENTS. " - . !
HARPER'S PICTORIAL HISTORY
THE GREAT_REHELLION' `
Messrs. Harpers 4. Brutlien have commenc
ed the issue in Numbers of .a complete History
of the Great Rebellipp in :the United States.
The work has been foi many months in . course
of, preparation; by a writer 'every waY qualified
for the task.
The Introduction contains a clear and sne
einct account of the formation of the Glififed
eraey of the States; the fOrmation and'adop
tion of the Constitution or the United States,
and the establishment of the National GovernL.
went; the origin, develotfement and progress
of the doctrines of Nullification and Secession;
and the - Various phaseS Which they assumed
until their final culmination in the Great Re
hellion. • I
The History comprises rt full account,drawn
from the'most authentic I sources, of all the
Events of the War ; the inrigues of the South
ern leader: at home•and abroad; the gradual
defection of one section ;[ the great Uprising
of the People for the maintenance of the Na
tional Life and Existence;; the rapid creation
of an immense Army and , Navy ; and the Bat
ties by. Land and Sea.
The Illustrations - comprise Portraits of all
those who have borne a prominent part in the
struggle; : Maps of the [diffceent localities;
Plans of the lending actions; 'VI6Ws of
scene of interest, and ofithe mostimportant
Battles. These illustrations are mostly from
drawings taken on the sot by artists deputed
for that purpose to accompany every division
of our Army, and Navy. 1•
Every facility at the ccimmand of the Pub
lishers has been employed in the preparation
and eecntion of this work ; and they confi
dently believe it will forth the most truetwor
thy, and valimble hystorY which ealibu'iiie
pared of the GrUat Struggle for the American
Diode and Terms ofPublication The work
will be issued in Numbers, consisting of 24
pages of, the size of Harer's Weekly, printed
from c'ear typo, upon fine paper, and will
probably be completed in Twenty Numbers.
The numbers will be *tied 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.
The Illustrations in each number are alone
worth the price asked. Men out of employ
malit; especially Sick or Disabled Sold ers,can
find no other work so sure of ready sale and
For ftirther partienlars apply to the publishers
HARPER 4 BRUTIIRRS,•
Franklin Square, New York.
For upwards of three years past, I have
been engaged In a business, which has yielded
me at the rate of Three Thousand Dollars .per
annum, but being desirous of going to Europe
l in the course of a few months for the purpose
of there introducing 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. 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 aciluire with a few hours',
prac!tice, and by which they can secure a very`i
handsome income. Several young ladies who''
have received instructions from me, both ind
1 New York State and Pennsylvania, are earn- i
ing upwards of Fifteen Dollars per week by it,'
and there is no reason iwhy any one else can='
not do the same.. Invalid,, even, can do well
by it, as it is no peddling. affair, but a business
that is .perfectly respectable. Gentlemen and I
ladieS of leisuire w lio would like to learn the I
business for their own amusement or pleasure
will find the practice of it a pleasant pastime',
and one that they will take great interest int'
On receipt of One Dollar' I will send printed
instructions by which: any person can readily
acquits the drt, and lbese instructions will.
also contain every pailieular relative to the
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 have sornethnes received as high
as Two Hundred Dollais for teaching it per,
sonally to a single individual. I would state
further, that Two Dollars and Fifty Gents or
Three Dollars will bny! everything that 'is
necessary to commencel the business with,
and the articles can be , I 4 almost anywhere,
in city or country, or, if I preferred, I can furl
nish them. Address,
1 ' ALVO RD T. PARSONS, I
' No. 36 Liberty Street, New York.
National roopoily Journal. '1
'the Home .jotinal for 1863.
We have much" ple..s. re in informing the
that one of otir contributors for the
coming year will be Or friend and colleagUe
THEODOR'S S. FAY
We confess to uncomMo pride and pleasure
in this renewal of iutet+lrse with the friend
and intimate of other days, and we look to be
felicitated for -it, by tbf established readers
who constitute the famil of the Home Journal.
But we have in pref)aratioia for the coaling
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 readers a most agree
able surprise in the qtiality of these
Sketches of Travls and adventures. ;
B4t the feature ofi our journal which we
have not yet mentioned is perhaps the most
recherche of all, its prgininence as
• ,The Exponent or Refined Society.;
Ourorrespondence with the leaders of fashion
in New York and the other capitals, is espe
cially valuable in thisi respect, keeping us Un
mistakablylinformed of the changes and pro
gress of wh'at 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 et' enter
tainment. to our large; circle of readers. In
this department, foreign journal's are endlessly
inventive ; and, with oar industrious ransabk
ing, of these, We arc sure to select, for the pe•
culiar taste to which we minister, a mostjre
Will give the Journal their constant attention,
as betore. Of the goings on, in the eventful
scenes and places of the country. Mr. Willis'
pert will give photographs, as usual. General
Morris's Songs and Sketches will be embroi
dered on the thread of the passing moment,
as they have always been. Some of the, hest
intellects of the land are enlisted for us, also,
and we think we may promise to hold !our
place as the journal! which best enable the
Family to keep conversant with the World.
s—or one copy for 1,
club of seven copies, TO • fora club of fifteen
copies, 20; and at that rate for a larger club
—always in advancei
'.Address F3IORRIS .iSc
Editors 5-,Proprieteril 107 Fulton Street, N.Y.
40:11 Patittoo glop I
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
the surrounding community that he has
tams the rooms formerlY occupied by John
a. Mann, where he is "preparedlo .do :
irinds 'of Harness Work
oil the "shortest-notice.
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
area superior article : and need but a trial to
insure their success." -
Repairing done in good. style.
SUicingles, Martingale-rings, Barites,' and
Hame•straps., & - c:, kept . nonstautly on band.
'ile public are invited to call and examine,
. S. P. MINAR
Cocdersport Oct. Nth, 1860.
Highly Important As the Ladies !
DOWNER'S PATENT HEMMER AND SHIELD
Is 'lust the thing" for all who use the needle.
This reniarkably simple and novel invention saves
one-half the labor , of hand-sewing, as it com.
plctely protects the finger from the point of
the needle, and makes a neat and uniform
hem while the operator's sewing,.
NO LADY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. •
It is cheap, simple, beautiful, and useful. The
Hemmer and Shield will 6e sent free of charge
on receipt of the price, 25 cents.
Enclose stamp for descriptive circular and
DOWNER'S METROPOLITAN SKEIN-INEINDER
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 a useful and invaluable appendage to
Price 50 bts. to $1 according to Style and Finish.
'slso per Month can be Real
ized by enterprising- Agents (wanted in every
town and Cottnty throughout the United §tates
and Canada,) selling the above articles, as
sales are rapid, profits large, and has no com
petition. A:lieral discount to the trade.
Address . A, H.. Downer,
442 Broadway, New York,
Patentee and Sole Proprietor.
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, founds, Catches, Daetts;
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 embrace such a variety of
lirely, attractive and aoul-stirring music and
sentiments, that no trouble will be extieri
enced in inducing all beginners to go on with
zeal in acquiring skill in one of the most
health-giving, beauty-improving, happiness
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 Schools. A feiv sam
ple pages , of the Elem ants, Tunes,
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 of 655,-
000 in :36.months. Prices, paper covers, 20
cents, 15 per 100; Bound, 30 cents, 22 per
100 • clOth bound, embossed gilt, 40 cents,
30 per 100. 25 copies furnished at the 100
price. Mailed free at the retail price. -
HORACE WATERS, Publisher,
No. 481 Broadway, New York.
SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES!!!
'A NECESSITY IN EVERY ITOUSETIOLD
JOHNS 4: (MOSLEY'S ,
American. Cement Glue,
The strongest Glue in the. World
For Cementing 'Rod, Leather, Glass,
1t;077, China, Marble, Porcelain,
- Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc..
The only articl9 of the kind ever prodne
ed which will withstand Water.
"Every housekeeper should have a supply
of Johns & Grosley's American Cement Glue.".
—New York Times—
"lt is so convenient to have in the house."
-New York Express.
"Itis always ready, this commends it to
everybody."—N: Y. fide:pendent.
"We-have tried it, and find it as useful in
our house as water,"— Wilkes'Spirit of the Times
Price 25 Cents per Motile.
Very liberal reductions to Wholesale Dealers
For sale by all' Druggists, and Store
keepers generally throughout the country.
---- JOHNS & CROSLEY,
78 William Street, New York.
(Corner of Liberty Street.) jy9ly
HORACE WATERS PIANOS:
MELODEONS, ALEXANDRE ORGANS, AND
T. GILBERT d CO.'S celebrates JEOLIAN
kIIANOS are the finest instruments for Parlors
and Churches now in use. A large ,assort
ment can be seen at the new WarerOoms, 4SI
BROADWAY, between Grand and Broome
Streets, which will be sold at extremely low
prices. PIANOS and MELODEONS from sun
dry makers, new and second hand, to let, rind
rent allowed if purchased, as per agreement.
Monthly payments received for the sam
Also, second-hand Pianos and Melodeons at
great bargains, prices frrim 25 to 100.'
Sheet Music,Music .Books, and all kinds
Music Merchandise at War prices. . •
HORACE WATERS,' Agent.
NOTICE TO EVE RY BODY.
HOUSE, SIGN AND WAGON. PAINTER. PAPER
HANGER AND GLAZIER.
iIHE undersigned wishes to inform the pub-:
lie. of-Coudersport . ancl vicinity that he
will attend to all work entrusted to him.
Particular attention paid tO Paper-Hanging.
Shop witlVohn Reckhow, east: side of the
Court House. F. L BACKUS.
Coudersport, April 30 6m
The Rochester Stravfp•Cutter.
06ISTED & KELLY, Coudersport, have
the exclusive agency for this celebrated
machine, in this county. It is covenient, du
able, and CHEAP. Dec. 1, 1860.-12_
• - •A T - • - •
OLMSTED - V KELLY'S":
STORE. can txhrap, be found the best of
Cooking, Boa and Parlor .1
Also; TIN and SHET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES; SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYINGrLP.A.IsiS, SAP-PANS, and _CAULD
RONS. • Also . : : •
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA—,
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HOSE-RAKES,
DOG-POWERS, &c. ,
, THEIR WORK
is *ell made and the material good. GoOd 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]Main Street oppositethe Old Court
House, Coudersport. , Aug.], 1859.-50
A carefully selected stock of
Just arriving flout New York, such as
BOOTS 6- SHOES,
HATS & CAPS,
, SCHOOL BOOKS, Sce
Cheap for Ready-pay.
10,000 Bushels ASHES and 50 hbls. EGGS
. ; 2 *•''
Brookland, Pa., Nov. 17, 1862.
THE HEROES OF PEACE
THE HEROI:4' OF WAR
E. Anthony, N 0.501 Broadway, New York,
is now publishing, in addition to other,por
traits, the celebrated collection known in En
roue 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 Beitoregard, Floyd, and a host of
other confederates. Price of Portraits , 3,00
per dozen. Can be sent by mail.
Scenes of the War for the Union,
are published, card size, and in StereocoPic
Stereoscopic views.of scenes in Paris, Lon
don, and in other parts of England and France
in cotland, Ireland, Wales, Holland, Switzer
land, Spain, on the Rhine, in Athens, Egypt
Turkey, the Holy Land, China, India, Cuba'
&c., &c.,,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,themoving of leaves,
or the march of an army, does not in the:least
affect the taking of these views. They are
sold for $3 per dozen.
We have also on hand and manufacture the
largest assortment of Stereoscopes, 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, &c., sent tree by
mail, on receipt of a stamp.
E. ANTIIO'NY, 501 Broadway,
jyly near St. Nicholai Hotel,"New York:
• " THE UNION "
ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, '
'PTON B. NEWCOMER, Proprietor.
This Hotel 'is central, convenient - by.
Passenger cars to all parts of the city,and in
every particular adapted to the wants of ,the
Terms 1 . 50 per day.
NATRONA COAL OIL I .
WARRANTED NON EXPLOSIVE I
and equal to any Kerosene.
WHY buy an explosive Oil, when a few
cents more per gallon will furnish you with a
perfect Oft? Slade only by
PENWA SALT NANZPACTITAING COMPANY
No. 127 Walnut Street, Philakplais
Folly. 1. 1862. ly
Jeweller and Watchmaker,
OCATED on Main St., opppsHethe Court
Al House; Coudersport,
Clocks, watches, &c.,
Repaired - on short notice and warranted to
give satisfact on: ,
A. good assortment of . .
°Bland. ;Cheap for CASH and warranted as
represented. As an even exchange ismo rob
bery I willigive yon time for Money. i
Coudersport, Dec. 16, 1861 : ,
Fdr Sale or to Let.
TIIE Steam Saw and Grist Mill at :Germa
nia, Abbot township, Potter county, Pa.
iDoitig an excellent business ; a firstritte'stand
for-an industrious man with some,papital.
Those reflecting must apply scion' to'
• WILIJ , I I RADDE, 300 Broad way,,l‹ Y..
Or at the : Mill at Germania.
..4gust,27, 1862.. ,
° ;The Partnership
ioXISTING heretofore under they firm of
14 Garrett, Bailyk Co. is this day dissolved
by .the withdrawal of the undersigned.
To Coln' nfliptivesa
rpllll Advertiser,j hating been restbred to
health in a few weeks, ,by a very simple
reniady, after haVing_inffered several yeais
with a'severe - ItingtaiNetion, 'And that dread
disease, ConSuniption= l -is anxious to make'
ntiwzi to his fell(4-stifferers the means of,
cure. To all deSire it, he will send a '
'copy of the prescription used (free "of charge.)
With the direetional for. Lpreparing and using
the same, which they will Sada/we Cure for
Coneitinption,'Aethnia, B one/ (k 4-c. Tho on
ly object of the'adiertisier in . sending the Pre
scription is to beriedt the ttillidted, attd spread
inforniatfon which he conceives to be invalua
ble, andhe hopes!everyl suifeier will try his
remedy, as it cost thorn nothinr, and may
prove a blessing. ! ;Parties wisiiifig the pre
scription will please address
Rsv. EDWARD - A. WILSON,'
Kings County, N. Y.
Sept. 24.-3 m
Uniim Clothing . Emporium
Corner of Main sad Plank-Road Sts.
From 25 to 30 Cents!
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
Wellsville, N. I'4,
Neiw Stoxe ! New Goods I.
The undersigned L'ag leave to inform the
pnblic that they have opened business at
• WELLSVILLE, N, Y.,
Corner Main and Plank Road Streets,opposite
the Union Blocki wheie they will display an
entire new stock' of * t •
l' • • 1
Readyniall i e Clot)iing,
. and , • .
GENT'S FII.RN I iSHING GOODS,
- ; .°
whiC4 will fir surpass in 'quality, style and
price anything ever c.ltibited in this town.
We are aware) thatlto build up a. large trade;
it is not only necesSar,y to have desirable
gcods, but to c'
SELL TEEM CHEAP,
And we will make Alan objeCt for buyers to
examine our stock ''before: purchasing else;
where. All goods 91lown cheerfully, repre
sented fairly,and submitted to the purchaser's
unbiased opinion. , 1
This is a branch of miextensive manufac
turing house in Elmira:, N. Y., and therefore
you will find all Clothing well made and got
np in the latestlstyle: .
An early call;I will most assuredly secure
splendid bargain at; he UNION CLOTHING
EMPORIUM..I I D.:STRAUS & CO.
Tellsville,•June 1862 •
P. A. STEBBINS & CO.
SELLING )rpty LOW FOR
March 12, 186.
R I ES"; P/ANOS.
having removed to their new warerooms,
, . NO,. 47$ BROADWAY,
are now prepared 6 Offer the public a ma
ullicent new scale hill '
7 OCTAVE I ROSEWOOD PIANO,
containing all improvements known in this
country or Europe,' over-strung bass, French
grand action, harp pedal; full iron frame, for
. . 1
.1- WARRANTE FOR FIVE YEARS.
Rich moulding cases, 1 .
1 $l7 . 110 $2OO,
allwarranted - made of the best seasoned wa
ter al, arid to stand better than any sold for
40 0 or 500 by thb old methods of manufac
ture. We invite the best judges to examine
and try theia new dnstruinents, and we stand
ready at all times to test them with any others
manufactured in tllis country.' . '.
GRAVESTEEN & HALE,
478 Broathyay, New .York
NIA.POMFIER, S APONIFIER!
THS•FAMI4Y SOAP MAKER.
All Kitehen . ;GreaSe estailm made into good
SOAP, by using Saponifier 1 • .
DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX
:Soap is as easiliimaderwith it, as making
' a entv of eefree. •
Manufactured Only hy the Patentees.
SAT MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
• No. UT' Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Toby. Ii 1862.
• - 77 r.
. I ri
YOU WILL SAYE
on every Dollar
By purchasing your
At the new Union
D. STRAUS k CO
I , ,
t received a
NEW LOT OF
Which they are
MAYORS IOF 'IV
the tmdersignedYarn, hereby eer
if& that the Druggists, Apothecaries-and
Physioians of our several ditiesliuyOrAmed
a document of assurance to us that .1025ZEti8
SABSAPA 'firm. A Ms been. found to. bo
a remedy et great excellence, a
nd s li*,l4r °
the confidence of 'the, coromnuity„ -
HON. , JAMES COOK, - •
Mayor of LOV4RLL, MASS.
)10N. ALBIN BEARD, .
Mayor of NASHI7.I)," 71.`
HON:. E. W. HARRINGTON,
Mayor of MANCHESTEIR,
HON. JOHN ABBOTT,
Mayor of CONCORD, N.
HON.-.A. H. BULLOCK,
Mayor of WORCESTEA IitAJEM
HON. NATH'L SILSBEE, • „-T
Mayor of SALEM, MAS S.
I • •
P. W. LINCOLN, Jr. _
Mayor of BOSTON ,
HON. WM. RODMANi, . _
HON. ANDS W. PRENTICE, •,
Mayor 'of NOBAVICE, CONlkii;
HON. J. N. HARRIS,
. Mayor of NEW LONDON, 00Niqr:
HON. CHAS. S. RODI:ER;
Atayot of matsrEttafm, O. 31
HON. D. F. TIEMANN,
Mayor of NEW YOliN. Orrta
HON. H. M. RINSTREY,..
• 'Mayor of Tr A MIT,TON,
HON. ADAM WILSON,
Mayor of TORONTO, C. W.
HON. R. M. BISHOP,
Mayor of CINOLUNA7, OBW
HON. I. H. CRAWFORD,
Mayor of LOULSITIGLE,
HON. JOHN SLOAN,
' Mayor of LYONS.
HON. JAMES MePEETERS,
Mayor of BOWMANTJT4X, O. W.
HON. JAMES W. NORTH, • 1
_ Mayor Of 'AITGI7,B, MEW
HON. HENRY j COOPER, - Jr:,
Mayor of 'P'Ara',OI7MILL,
UON. JAMES S. BEBE, •
mayor of FREDFILTCTOIT, N. N.l
HON. WILLARD NYE,
3 Mayor of .NEW BEDFORD, IifEASSI
HON, J. BLAISDELL,
Mayor of FALL '33.1111p3„ MASS 4
HON. W. H. CRANSTON,
Mayor of ITETI7P:OIIT.
HON. FRED ST.AHL,
Mayor of GALENA, UAL:
HON. JOHN HODGDEN,
Mayor of D111031113E, lOWA.
no MCOMAS / CRTMati.teLriLD,
Mayor of OffATTANOOGA, TENN.
HON. ROBERT BLAIR,
• Mayor of TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
HON. R. D. BAUGH, i
" Mayor of MEMPHIS, TESTN
HON. GERARD .
Mayor of NEW ORLEANS, LA.,
HON.. H. D. SCRANTON,
- Mayor of ROCHESTER, N. Y.
HON; DE WITT C. GROVE,
• Mayor of lITICA, N. T.
EON. GEO. WILSON, •
Mayor of PITTSBURG,• PA,
110N.' . 6. H. BUHL,
mayor of DETROIT,
HON. 34..ea11AN 1,. PACE, -
HON. W. W. VAUGHN;
• Mayor of BACIISTE, PiriSs
HON. A. PARR,
Mayor of MCN - OSHA,
HON. JOHN C. HAEN - 03,,
• Mayor of CHICAGO, ILL
HON. M. J. A: IMAM,
Mayor of MUSA, ALA.
Certify that the resident Dritggtatgi nave
le an excellent remedy-, and worthy the cam*
• fidenoe of the community.
For Spring nisei's-es.
.For Purifying the Blood.
For Scrofula or King's—
For Tumors, Ulcers, and Sorel. ! '
For Eruptions and Philp '
For. Blotches,- Plains, and Done.: : •
For St. AntliOny's Fire, Rase, or Err.
For Totter or Salt Riteurn: :•
For Scald Head and Ringwiarnt.
For Cancer and Caneprous*Dores.
For Sore Eyes, Sore Ears, and
For Female. Diseases.
For Suppression and Irregularity. •.•
For Syphilis or Venereal Diseases...;
For Liver Complaints.
For Diseases of the Heart.'
The Mayors of the chief cities Of the lTnif
ted States, Caszadas, and British Provinces"
Chili, Peru, Brazil, liTexico; tMd in; feet abr
most ail the cities on this continent, have
signed this documelit, to assure their people
what remediai thezfroay use with 'Safety and
confidence. But , bur space will only . adiaist
a .portion of them.
Ayer's Cherry Peetora4
Ayer's Pills; 'pnd
Ayer's , Agile Cure,
Dr. 7. C. Ayer 44 - Co.,
And sold by Druggists every where.
..„ . .
Sold by.C. S. & E. A. Jones, Coudersport
Mann & Nichols, *illport ; ColwV di - Linele
Roulet A. Corey &Son, lltlysseC A 11.:YOF.:-
, tori, Cushingville; and by Deoleisfienolyie