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FOR TUE NEW YEAR.
It is with no fear of War's effect upon their
literary fortunes, that the publishers of The
Nety • York Mercury acknowledge the uncnitv
. ering loyalty:of the. two hundred thousand
subscribers, Mut announce to them and tolall,
that The NdW York Mercury for this year
. (1863) will be,richer in every luxu.y of
lite Literatur'e than ever before. It is no up
start speculation, no temporany "sensation,"
but a first-class literary weekly, which shuts
been Ihmiliar, to the United States for a quar
ter of a centftry4 and while the tvishy-washy'
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'talent even While they raise their subs4rintion
price, The Mew York Mercury maintains all
its great Staff of Romancers, Poets, Humor
ists, Essayist's, Story-Tellbrs, and EditOrs;and
promises to make it still greater for 1861
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ty columns of reading,•matter per week con
stitute an unparalleled conservatory of the
entertainiag, and its Novels, Miscellaneous
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The first New York Mercury Novelettefor
the New Year, to be commenced in the 'issue
of January 3. 1863, is called VICTORIA ; or
The Lleiresss of Castle Cliffe. By Cousin May
Carleton Author of "Gipsey Gower," "Sybil
amphell," "Ermine," '"La Masque," &c., kc.
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lantic ; and the true test of their merit is found
in the fact that they are eagerly reproduced,
after their publication in the Mercury, by the
English press. We may add that the new
tale, "Victoria," is fully equal in itiiere4t and
depth of plot to either of those which have
secured so large a share of public approval.
and we can earnestly recommend it to 91sto
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WORK FOR CANVASSING
HARPERS PICTORIAL HISTORY
THE (GREAT REBELLION
• UNITED STATES . •
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 eonrse
of preparation, by a writer every way qualieed
for the task.
The Introduction contains a clear and suc
cinct account of the formation of the Confed
eracy of the States; the formation and adop
tion of the Constitution of the United States,
and the establistimentof the National Govern
ment ; the origin, developement and progress
of the' octrines of Nullification and Secession,
and the various phases which they assumed
until their final culmination in the Great Re
The History comprises a fall account,drawn
from the most authentic sources, of all the
Events of the War ; the intrigues of the South-
ern leaders 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 Armyand Navy; and the Bat
tles by Land and Sen.
The Illustrations comprise Portraits of all
those who have borne a prominent part in the
struggle; 'Maps or the different life:lll6es
Plans; of the leading actions; Views of every
scene of interest, and of the most important
Battles. These illustrations are mor a tty from
drawings taken on the-spot by artists deputed
for that purnose to accompany every division
of our. Army' and Navy.
Every facility at the command of the Pub
lishers his been employed 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 for the American
lltdde and Terms of Publication The work
will be issued iti Numbers, consisting of 24 .
paged, of the size of Harper's Weekly, printed
from ic'ear type, upon fine paper, and will
probably he cbmpleted in Twenty Numbers.
The numbers will be issued at intervals, if
possible, 4 of about three or'fonr weeks.
.The price of each number, which contains
matter equiv:ilent to an ordinary volume. will
be' Twenty-five Cents.
The Elostrations in each number are alone
worth the price asked. Men out of employ
tnalit especially Sick or Disabled Sold ers.can
find no other work so sure of ready sale and
For further particulars apply to the publishers
HA IMERA: 13ROTHEIZS.
' - FrankiinVquare, New York.
The N e w York •Tribune 1863.
THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE. first issued in
1841, now in, its twenty. second year, has ob
tained a larger and more widely diffused cir
culation that; any other newspaper ever pub
lished in America. Though i,t ms suffereu,
in commou With other journals, from the vol
unteering soil departure of tens of'thousands
of its patrons to serve in the War. for the
Union, its circulation on the 6th of December.
1862, is as•fdllows:
. . DAILY 50 125
Prominently, a journal of News and Literature.
The Tribune has political convictions which
are well characterized by the •single word IN
PUBLICAN. It is Repnblizun in its hearty nd
[lesion to the g eat truth that "God has made
of one blood all nations of men"—Republican
in its Assertion of the equal and inalienabk
rights of all men to liberty and the pur
suit of happiness'—Republican in its stead
fast, earnest, defiant hostility to every scheme
and effort m the slave power, from the Annex
ation, of Texas to the,44.ent, Rebellion,to grasp
the Empire' Of the New World and wield the
resources of our country for its aggrandize
ment--Republican in its .nntagonisin to the
aristocrats:and despots of the Old World. who
fondly hail in the peril; and calamities thrust
upon us by their American -counterpart the
overthrow, and ruin of the Model Republic—:,
Republican in its hope and trust, its nit!) and'
effort, that this atrocious Rebellion must re
sult in the:signal overthrow of its plotters,and I
the firm, establishment of equal rights and
equal lawsthroug,hout the 'whole extent of our
country, wherein Liberty and Union shall
indeed "be one ane. inseparable" henceforth
The TitIBIINE devotes attention in calmer
times,.antl to some extrnt in these. to Educa
tion, TeMperatice, Agriculture, Inventions,
rnd - wlititever else may minister to the spiri
tual and material- progress end well-being of
mankind ;int for the.present its energies and
its column's are mainlv devoted to the invigor
ation and success of the War for the' Union.
Its ' s.phrial correspondents accompany every
considerable army and report every:important
incident of that great Struggle whicli we trust
is soon to result in the signal hnd conclusive
triumph of the National arras and in the res
toration of Peace and Thrift to our distracted
and bleeding country. We believe that 3:10
otherwise can a fuller or more accurate view
of the progress and character of this momen
tous conflict he obtained than through the
regular perusal of our columns. And we ear
nestly solicit the co-operation of all frrends-of
the NationaLcause, which we regard and up
hold as that of Universal Humanity r to aid us
In extending its circulatton.
The enormous increase in the price of print
ing paper and other materials used in printing
neirspapers:compels us to increase the price
of 'the Tribune. Our new terms are:
Single Copy 3 cents.
Mail subscribers, 1 year (311 issues) $8
One Copy, one yens (104 issues) $3
Two copies, one year 5
Five copies, one ye t ar 12.
Ten copies, one year 22 6o
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One copy, one year (52 issues) $2,
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Address, ' THE TRIBUNE, '''.
. . , Tribune Etuildings, New Yorl:
When drafts can be procured it is much
otter than to remit Bank Bills. The name of
the Post•011llce and Stato should in all cases
be plainly written. •
r i p HE uti - dersiguedu onld respectfully inform
1 the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
S. Mann, where he is prepared to do
All inds of Harness Work
on the shortest notice.
LONG STRAW COLLARS.
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a superior article, and need bat a trial to
insure their success.
Repairing done in good style.
Snrcingles l Martingale-rings, Humes, and
Hame straigti liPpt constantly on hand.
. The public' are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
S. P. MINA&
- Coaderspor i t Oct. 16th, 1860.
SOMETHING NEW I
Highly Important to the Ladies!
DOWNER'S , PATENT HEMMER 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 snakes a neat and uniform
hem while the operator is sewing.
NO LADY SHOULD BE WITIIOUT IT
It is cheap, simple, beautiful, and useful. The
Hemmer and Shield will be sent free of charge
on receipt of the price, 25 cents.
Enclose stamp for descriptive circular and
DOWNER'S METROPOLITAN SKEIN-WEINDER
• Sewing-Bird Combined
'Ts an article of real merit. It is used for the
purpose of winding skeins of Thread, Silk,
Cotton,Yarn, Floss. Worsted, &c. It is readil
I Itijiisted to the work-table, and will be found
indispensable to all using the above articles,
being a useful and invaluable appendage to
Price 50 06. to sl.aeconling to Style and Finish.
$l5O per Month can be Real
ized by enterprising Agents (wanted in every
town and County throughout the United Stares
and Canadit,) selling the above nrticles, as
sales are rapid, profits large, and has no com
petition. A liberal discount to the trade.
442 Broadway, New York,
Patentee and Sole Proprietor. '
N.B —General and exclusive Agendies will
be granted on the most liberal terms.—ml93m'
For upwards of three years past, I have
been engaged in a business. whien has yielded
!tie at the rate of Three Thousand Dollars per
Annum, lint being desirous of going to Europe
in the course of a few months for the purpose
of there introducing the business, I am willing
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 acquire with a few hours'
practice, and by which they can secure a very
handsome income. Several young ladies who
have received instructions from me, both in
New York State arid Pennsylvania, are earn
ing upwards of Fifteen Dollars per week by it,
and there is no reason why any one else can-'
not du the same Invalids, even, can do well
by it, as it is no peddling affair, but a business
that is perfectly respectable. Gentlemen and
ladies of leisure The , would like to learn the
business for their:own amusement or pleasure.
will find the practice of it a pleasant pastime.
and one that they will take great interest in.
On receipt of One Dollar I will, send printed
instructions by which any person can readily
.o•quire the art.. and thei,e 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 instruc
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
sonally to a single individual. I would state
further, that Two Dollars and Fifty Cents or
Three Dollars will buy everything that is
necessary to commence the business with
and the articles can be got almost anywhere
in city or country, or, if preferred, I can fur
nish them. Address,
A LVORDT. PARSONS,
No. 36 Liberty Street, New York
SOMETHING •FOR THE TIMES!!!
- A.,,NEcESSITY 1N EVERY HOUSEHOLD !
JOHNS S CROSLEY'S
American Cement Glue,
The strongest Glue in the World
For Cenienting Leathe Glass,
kora, China,' .111arlde, Pas c, lain, ,
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 & Crosley's American Cement Glue."
—New York Timm.
"It is so convenient to have in 'the house;"
—New York Express.
"It is always ready; this commends it to
everybody."—K. Y. Independent. •
"We have tried it, and find it as useful in
our house as water."—Wilkes'Spirit of the Time ,
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,
78 William Street, New York.
iCorner of Liberty Street.) jy9ly
WE STERN H•
Nos. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17. COVETLANDT STREET
Near Broadway, New York City.
This old-established and favorite resort of
the Business cornmunity t has been recently re
fitted, and is complete in everthing that can
minister to the comfort of its patrons. Ladies
and Families are specially and carefully 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 been reduced to
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENT:S.I ) M DAY.
' The tablo is amply supnlied with all the
luxuries of the season, and is equal to that of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample accommodations are offered for up
ward of 400 guests.
Do not believe runners, hackmen,and others
who may say "the Western Hotel ie full."
D. D. IVINCHESTER, Proprietor.
no,. D. Winchester. fy/9
The Rochester Straw-Cutter ' .
OLMSTED & KELLY, Coudersport, have
the - exclusive agency for this celebrated
machine, in this county. It is covenient, do
able, and CHEAP. • Dec. I, 1860.-12
E. Anthony, 80.501 Broadway, New York,
is now publishing, in addition to other por
trait; the celebrated collection known iu Eu
rope anti 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. Can be sent by mail..
Scehes of the War for the Union,
:Ire published, card size, and 'in Stereoecipic
forth. Also, • ,
Stereoscopic views of scenes in Paris, ton
don, 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, Cuba,
&c., &c., ad infinitum.
Our Insiantan-ous 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 views. They are
sold for $3 per doienl.
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, Sm., sent tree by
mail, on receipt of a stamp.
E. ANTHONY, 501 Broadway,
jyly near St. Nicholas 11 , itel, New York.
rc THE UNION "
AR9II . STREET, I AI3OVE THIRD,
UPTON 8. NEWCOMEH,'Proprietor.
Thts 'Hotel is central, convenient by.
Passenger cars to all parts of the city, and in
every partiPular adapted, to the %tants of ',he
Terms 1 50 per day.
and eqoal to any Kerosene.
WHY buy an explosive Oil, when a few
cents more per gallon will furnish you with 'a
perfect Oil? Made only by
PENN'A SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Jewel er end Watehte ken
LOCATED on - Maiu St., opposite the Court
House, Coudersport, Pa.
Clocks, Watches, &c.,
ilepaired on short notice and warranted to
give sa.tisfact on.
A good assortment of
I . .
nn hand, Cheap for CASH and warranted as;
reprezented. As an even exchange is no rob
bery, I will give you time for Money. ... ;
Coudersport. Dec. 16, 1861
,For Sale or to Let.
TE Steam Saw and Grist Mill at Germa
nia,i Abbot township, Potter county, Pai
Doing an excellent business ; a first rate stand
for an industrious man with some capital
Those reflecting must apply soon to
WILLIAM B,A.DDE, 300 Broadway, N.Y.
Or at the Mill atrGermania.;
August 27, 1862,
EXISTING heretofore under the firm of
GSrrett, Baily & Co. is this day dissolved
by the ivithdratr44l of the undersigned.
OLMSTED fe:liktlLLY' l
Q TORE cttit always be found the best of
10 Cooking, Box and Parlor
Also, TIN and SHET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
PRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
' Agricultural Implczneutil,
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
THEIR WORK _
is well made and the material good. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the County—Terms easy. Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, - seldom refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. I, 1859.--50
1 , -
A - chrefully selected stock of
Just arriving from New York, such as
BOOTS 4 , - SHOES,
SCHOOL BOOKS, "cc
Cheap for Ready-pay.
10,000 Bushels ASHES and 50 bbls. EGGS
21 1. 4
Brookland, Pa., NOY. 17, 1862.
THE HEROES OF PEACE
THE WEROVA OF WAR
NATRONA COAL OIL
WARRANTED NON EXPLOSIVE!
No, 127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia
Feby. I. 1862. ly
frps Adre4iser, having been restored to
.1. health Ina few Weekl; by al very simple
remedy, after haring suffered fieveral years
with 'a serere lung apectiop, and tbitt dread
diseaSe, Consuteptien—is anxieus to• *take
knoltin to his felloW-sufferers the means of
cnre.l To all who desire' it. be will send a
copY;i:if tue prescription used (tr i te ofeharge.),
with ,the directions for. prepari g and 'using
theisame, which they will find a i sure Cure for
Consumption, AsOma; Brondsitia,l4v. The on
ly object of the advertiser in sending, the Pre
scrtption is to benefit the afflicted, and spread
information which he conceives to bejinralua.
Wei and he hopes every suffers ri will try his
remedy, as it coat them Inothine, and may
prove a blessing.; PartieS wishing the pre
scription will please address I
Ray. EDWARD A. WILS
le unders l igneu bcgleave, to inform the
lie that they halve opened business at
'WELLSVILL I E,
ner Main and Plank Road S i treeis,opposili
Flock, frhere they
frill display au
're new stack or
which will far sqrpan iin qi
price anything err exhibited
We are aware that to build t
it is not only ne essary to
goods, but!, to
;SELL THEM CUE.
And we will ;malen[ it a object forf buyers t ,
examine our stock before p4ircha'Aug else
where. All i l goos -shown cheertudly, repre
sented faiirly,ftnd nbmittea to the Purchaser's
This is a branch of an -extensive, manufac
turing house] in Elmira, i N. 11., and therefor(
you will find all Clothing well made and got
np in the, Latest style.
i An early Otill Will most assuredly secure fi
splendid bargain, at the; UNION 'CLOTHING
EMPORIUM! • D. STRALT,S & CO.
e WellsvWe Juuß 1862 1 f •
P. A! SfEgilliNs & CO.
Ilaie;ust, received a i l •
N W LOT OF
sErziNg I VERY
March 12, 1862.
GROYESTEN &ill A LE,
haring removed to their new svareroomi,
N O. 78 BROADWAY,
are now preparo to offer the public x wag.
nificent new senile full
•7 OCTVE ROSEWOOD PIANO,
Containing all' mprovements known in this
country or En Fie, over-strung bass, French
grand action, hap pedal, full iran frame, for
: WARRAN 'ED FOR FIVE YEARS.
Rich moulding ases,l
- 01.15 to S2I:PP,!
ail warrantedade of the i)est deasoned ma.
terial, and to said better than any sold for
40 0 or 500 b the old method& of mandfac
Lure. We invi "the 'best judgei to. examine
and try these n w instruments , and we stand
ready at all ti . sto test them with any others
manufactud 1: i this ' eau nt. y.
1 ' GRA ESTEEN &. HALE,
1 478 Broadway, New York.
A OM:FLEX SAPONIFIER:
THE FAMILY j SOAP MAKER:
Alf. Kitchen Grease can be made into good
SOAP, jby. using Saponifies !
DIRECTIONS CCO3iP.ANYING EACH BOX
Soap is as easily made with it,' as making
ei cup Of colbe.
Mannfactarcd,onlY by the Patentees..
PERML SALT litalitITACTUll4, COMPANY,
No. 127 Walnut stroet Philadelphia.
Feby. 1,111162 ly •
on Clothing Env°
Corner of Blain and Plank Rota
From I '25 to 30 Cen
tI• I I
113 y par asi g yoar
,OTillr..* AND FURNIS,
• ' I
At 69 1 new Fnioti
ellsville, ` N.• T.,11862 I I
w Stor . 4! NeN
. 1 l and
.Cathartic Pills, 11(0 1: (SUGAR COATED , )
ERE 'UDE TO
CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND WEE trelael
Invalid", leathern, Brothers,
Philanthropists, read their:OPlei:tat
alEd. Judge of their' Virtue*.
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Headache, Sick Ireadache s Fonl Stonmeh.
Prrnßrito, Pa., May I, 1851.
Dr. J:C. At= Sir: I have been repeatedly cured of
the worst headache any body, cab have by a detector two
of your I'ills. It et ems toatise from a foal stomach,whish
they cleanse at once. If they rut cure others as tiuty• do
me, the fact is worth l.ooring:
• Yours with great respect, . F.D. W. FEEBLE,.
Clerk of Sieemer ctariat
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints.
DEPARTMENTO7 TIM INTERIOR,
wAsnmarox, D. C.. 7 Feb., 'IMO,
Stu: r have u sed your Pills In my general [Ma Inspital
practice ever since you llgisie them, and cannot beatible to
say they are the best cathartic we employ. Their revs ,
lading action on the firer is IPA lui,l decided. conferment.
ly they are nu admirable remedy for derangements of that
organ. inked. I have seldom found a case of bilious die.
true so obstinate that it .114 nqt readily yield to them.
t ALONZtt BALL, 31. D.,' .
• Physician Of the ;florins Hoestat.
Dysentery, Relax, and Worms.'
Pon Orrice, lIARTLAND, 11r. Co., Mint.,'Nor. 16. 1651.
DR. Am: Your Pills are ;the perfection of me,lleine.
They have done my wife morn good than I can tell you.
She hail been sick and piniignway for mamba: Went
of to be doctored at great expense, but got nd better. Sho
then commenced taking which soon cured her,
by expelling large quantities of worms Weedy from her
body. They afterwards cured her and our twio children
of bloody dysentery. One of pur neighbors had it istd.end
ray wife cured him with two doses of your Pills, while
others around no paid from line to twenty dollars declare
Qua, and toes mesh time. without being mired entirely
even then. Such a tnediatte as yours. which is actually
good and honest, will be prized here.
0 EO. 3. GRI FEIN, Ms/ master;
Indigestion mid Impurity of the
ty, N. Y
Prom Rcr. J. r !limes, rutty of Adroit Church, ;Hosteas.
DR. ATER: I have used your Pills with -extraordhisty
success in my flunilyand among those I am called to visit
in distress. To rei.lilate the organs of .iigestion Mid purify
the blood they are the very bestremedy• I hare evear
"Mown, and I can confidently recommend them to my
Mends. - —.Yours, J. V. 11 - 131 E L.
WARRAW, IVTOXIYO Co.. N. l'., Oct. '24. 18.55.
Dun Stn: 1 am using your Cathartic Pills in my Idea
tire, and liud them an excellent mire-afire to cleanse the
system and purify the fon maims of the blood.
. JOHN G. MEACIIAM, M.D.
Erysipelas, Serofoila,yinz , a Evil, Tette',
From a Rewarding Merchant ofd. Lorin, .Ftb. 4, DM
DR. Area: Your Pills aro the paragon of all that is
great in medicine. They have cured my little daughter
of ulcerous sines upon her bands and feet that hal proved
Incurable ter:yearn. Iler mother leis been long grievons•
ty afflicted with blotches and pimples on her akin and 1*
her hair. After our child was cured. she also tried your
Pills. and they have cured her. ASA MtMORIIXIN:
r Rheumntisin, Neuralgia, and Goat.
rim the !ter. Dr. JJlzw es. of the Net artist Epis. Chum!,
PlaisEt xtOt E, SAYANNAR, CiA., Jan. 6,11658.
HONORED had Rbutllll be ungrateful for the relieryttnt
akin has brought me if - 1 did not report my case to you.
A cold settled in nay limbs and 'ln-ought on excruciating
neuralgic pains. which ended in chronic rheurnatiam,
Notwithstanding I had the best of physicians, the disease
grew worse and worse. until. by the advice of your excel
lent agent in Baltimore. Dr. Mackenzie, I tried your
Their effects were slow. but Sure. By persevering in the
tee of theta 1 am now entirely well.
Sc:Ltrz CLIASIRER, 13.k.z0x Rocas, LA., 5 Dec., 1655. I
Da: Arra : I have been entirely cured by your Pills of ,
Rianiutatic Gout a - painftil disease that had afflicted me
for years.- ' "VINCENT SLIDELL.
For Dropsy, Ptethorn, or kindred Com.
plaltitai; requiring an active purge, they are an tach
For Costiveness or Consiipntion, and a
a Mutter Pill, they are titgleeaWe and eilectual.
Fits, SuppretOon, FarniysisOntiamma.
moo, and even Deafness, and Partial
neu, have been cured by the alte'rative action of time
Most of the puns In market contain Neront7, which, 4 ,
though a valuable remedy in Antal hands, ie datigerotui
in • public pill, from the dreadful consequences that fro.
quently follow he incautious use. 'These contain no noun
miry or mineral substance whatever.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
aJitp style and
in this town.
tp a large trade.
hare ) desirabh
COUGHS.COLDS, H Q AR,RNESS,
ENZA, BRONCIHT,Hi, wifoopialp
'COUGH, CROUP, ASTOIFIA,
CIPIENT COMSUPIPTION, •
and for the relief of comemoptive patients 'ln itityaneeig
stages of the Ji,eeep.
We need not speak to the pnbliet of its sinew.
Throughout every ton e. and almost every hamlet of the
Ameriean States. its wontlerbil cures of pulmonary cos-
plaints have made it already knovrms Nay. few are the
families in uny tivilized country on this continent without
some personal experience of its effects: cod fewer yet the
communities any where which hove not inetung them
some ticin trolly of its victory over the entitle and-Aam
gerous diseases of the throat mot lungs. While It is the
most Powerfiirdidote yet known to man for the fermis
liable and dun crone diseases of the pulmonary omens, it
Is also the pleasantest and - safest remedy that can be em
ployed for infants and young persons. Parents should
have it in store Against th,o insidious enemy that
upon them unprepared. We have. abundant grounds to
believe the Cniatur Pccronst saves more lives by the mi.
immptions it prevents than those it cures. _Keep it by
yon. and cure your colds while they are curable, nor neg
lect them until no hnnia aikiil can master the inexorable
canker - that, fastened on. the vitals. eats yout life away.
.All know the dreadful fatality of lung disordeni. and u
they - know too the virtues of this remedy, we need not do
more than to assure them It is still made the best It ma
be. We spate no cost. no ewe. to toil to mysluce It the
most perfect possible. and
~titutt afford those who rely es
It the best agent which our skill can furufgh for their cure
PREPARED BY DR. J. C. AVER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Man
Si;ld by C. S. & T. A. J( nes, Couderfrort
Mann & Nichols, 31ilipoi t : _Colwell & Lyman
Roulet ; A. Corey & Son, Ulysses; A B. Hor
ton, Cushingrilie ; and by Dealers generally
PHILADELPHIA. AND ERIE
This great line traversesd the Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the
city of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the 'Pennsylvania -
Railroad Company,,nnd under their auspices
is being, rapidly opened throughout its entire
It is now in nsefor Passeng - .r and Freight
huSittess from limmisttetto to 61toTtS FLAT r
(172 miles) on! the Eastern Divi4on, and
front Sheffield to Erie, on the Western Divi
sion. (78 miles).
' TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT OROVE FLAT.
Acc..Train Leaves 8.00 a. SA.
Ace. Train Arrives, 4.20 sr.
Cars run through WITHOUT cunxns. both
ways on trains beta eea Philadelphia end
bock Haven. . .: • •
Elegant Sleeping-Cars on the Express Trails
both ways between , -Williamsport and Balti
more and WilliarrispOrt and Philadelpdi,.
-For informatien resneeting PasSenget: busi
ness apply at the S. E. Cor. - 11th and Xs het
• And for Freight h:usinegs of the Company's
S. B. Kingston. Jr., Cor. 13th ad Market
J. W. Reynolds., Erie.
Drill, Agett(N. C. R R. Baltimore.
i3.Now is the time to subscribe for -our
County Paper- 7 -THF ! JOURNAL,L
lam ordered to deliver one or two Bears,
pair of Raccoons, Pailthers, Black Bquir
rels, Flying Squirrels, and any kind of wild
animals—Ll:MU—and Tame if possible.
Any one who wishes to sell please let me
know the ccudition3, and direct tek:
U. TBEIS, Gerreania, Ps..
F. B. They areiwanted immediately.
Tumors. and Salt Rheum.
FOR THE RAPID CURE Or
Gen' 1 Freight 4gt. Phil'a. '
LEWIS L. Hovpr, , -
Tickit AV; Neg.-
Jos. D.F Ports; • •