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The COUNTY COMMISSIONERS will meet at Coudersport, on the 21ST DAY OF JULY, for the trait-action of basir.es*. I ait requested to autiiVail pernoas indebted to tht County, that unites a settlement is made on or before that day, the claims will be put it the hands of the baeriff for colieciiou. JOHN S. MANX, Attorney for tie Commissioners. Coudc-r-port, June 19, 18">8. Zt&T llou. Robert T. Conrad, and Hon. Jof R. T v.-on, b.ith prominent citizens of Phila delphia, and w. 11 known to the political world ed on the 2Tth iti-t.. at their country resi deuce- near that city. Judge GalUrailh, of Erie, presided at out Court last week, and but two Commonwealth cases of any interest were tried. < It-urge Sylvester confessed to prtite forgery and wo fined SI.OO and sentenced to twe Mouths impri-onuient in county jail. X.J Mill-, til t|M for obstruction of highway— A. Austin, prosecutor—and acquitted. Very little business was done by the Court and the crowd disocrs. d about Thursday af tern on. Altogether the week was unusual in its lack of interest—though our fiusiues jnen grant that they have no reason to cam p.am o! the amount of their sales. Judge Gulhraith presides at the M'Kean Co Co irt tiiis week. II were in error last week in stating on the authority of another person, thai Miles \\ Lite. E><j., was appointed aL\ S Maishal. lie went to Williaiiisport as £ I S. Juror—and not to get commission* ed a- a "iiigget-liuDter." ure in correcting the error, hoping w< have not injured his social character, tlier-Ly and a-sure our readers that Milej is a clever le'low—altogether absorbed in the art and science of farming—a busi ties- tar in advance of polities, iu poiul of real worth. [S net the ab-vve was in type, we learn from the \\H!l> ro D-niocrat th.it Judge Grier die t I " I V . \\ :.in- tin p. sirtoa of U. S. Com iui-ki> n-r in other words, •■nigger-catcher' forth- Admin -tritiot , —iu this District; but, Wt arc Much ju'ea.-ed to say, Mr \\\ had eiifli c i.t .-el:' re.-pcct, us well as regard for the feelings ut Lis neighbor;, to decline (an un .l .r*e iiiong Den,Dir. I,; I ao doubtful an li n.or— - d:d. also, several other Democrats iu tiie W in t D'str'-ct. to whprn it was teur *]••! <d. We - hall re uuje tf;is subject in our ii lit, having no more room this week. 7 Co: nty Agricultural Society held a m-• t .n_ aY . •>(. ■.■ening of Court week, and was briefly and pertinently addressed bv J ad<l ibi it i. Mia.,r.-. John S. Mann. J. M. Hamilton, Dr. 1". Jorg. Capt. X. J. Mills and 1 .t.ic i'. Howe Esq . of Bingham. Majjv tb ngs were s ii 1 by all of thece gentlemen, which n- wo i!d have been g!:*.d to hare not* . ; -1 irn for the lenefit of these farmers not :u t wn. as w* 1 as those who wrc in town, b ii tan -1 f r -urn- c m e or other, to show ti. rf.K-at the meeting. We think that had they been present, as th ?y should have 1 tl.ev w u: 1 I:* re ift-r hive taken more inter**-* i i the ail-imp rtaat subject there *i ise i. li.re is bat one m* re regular in eting of the Society previous to the Fair, • ■ Mtaj et t iling of September Court week), w ,en wv 1. *,*.' to -i • '-very member of the y a- we 1 as every f iriper in the county, vheeu powtbly make it convenient, pres < nt. Xotwitli-tamling an apparent lack of in * r ■ • n tiie put of our f.irrnors. the Society fa-t ii. reusing in memb rs and strength. Un . we feel couli le.it that it will embrace a ti * - m*l active mtnl'Ti before its second r;a .-1 Fair takes p! ac** next year. fl * / M . —Whal a >c. ereign is the lu te ig* nt fare •r. WLtlun his own realms of * i.r.ii, he wii Ida a sceatre to which all must t end. Ihe balantp of the world's life and ufortobebold in hi# stalwart baud. Xeith *. < "ir.-. nor camps, nor armies, nor fleet in eM.-t Without his aid. He is the feeder— .*>- and the gormenter. virtually—oftherace. .t • - priii*.r li in. t l f traiLg"in the products >f his luiwtry. ComMVW IS bora at his be ll* -t. Of the State 1— is the '• fir.-t estate." Lord of the land, no man has firmer hold of th* e*-enti il title of n ibility. And he need I e in* p!edl. r be* ause he is a farmer. The ■ • past Wbcn the s.l tiller waseonfoiiiid •M the Clod tiHTi'd by his plow. The • *r. be raitei it. and lo! the t r\ nmt - forth. The hoe and the sickle ■ ■ akc h*ia music braver than dulcimers, and - *:;n t.n march of a triumph, grand as it is j iccful and bles-ed. I it lie i- nt forever in the furrow, For Mm IU bcua<i*--t fields of study—fai-est fields of For him are honors linked to * : 't. !•• :- :*in : periods of communion ~* ! ra : are. of which the birds, the flowerets, •'* • *"• •' • t 1 * s tai.-andallwonderous thjngs t : n:erse may bear witness. A brave i. *ti i: thou, wiehler of the mallet and the -ii*-; a? i ib<"i -kilful worker of webs ; and. Jerfawr of 1! nacfainet whereby the labor of - hind is -peeded or abridged. But ye •n ito the farmer. He is master ofthe 0 ' needful of toils, and the most serviceable 'uct He can iivp without you. but you mot exist for a day without him. Honor th* farmer may his sphere widen and his i: ture be exalted. And honor to alt honest 1 : for such are the fruits that form the wuing glories of the wotid. Hie llaj in (otidersporl. The e;n*l AuuHui'MlJ of American Inde *T. • Was < *■:, 1 . :e*i at this place, on Sat l-*y. t e 3rd inst., in the most fortunate and vrte.ii,ie way. There was quiet and rest for * ho preferred sleep to the amusement i 11 -i >:o< k. A. M., when a Xa * V -1 i'e announced the commencement i.-nations iu houor of the birth of a k r "Ht Nation. mth 11.me on. Young America was wide •—'augaing, singing, firing crackers and t- • 'if *ent to his joyous feelings by every pos mf.bod. A beautiful streamer floated j from a flag-staff on top of the Court House ! steeple. The National flag fluttered ia the _ brgeze, from another staff, and the town, at sunrise, gave unmistakable evideuce of hearty j] gratitude for the blsing3 secured by our pa- F triot fathers. u At A. M , the Saisbath School children of this village and vicinity assembled at tke u Methodist Church, and formed into procession in their regular classes, each teacher at the head of his ©r her class. The procession was happiky formed by Rev. J. HJESDRICK, SO that when it moved off, preceedtd by him and the b Rev. ANDREW MCINTIRK, uudsr the influence yf * the swelling notes of the bugle, our heart '. swelled with gratitude fur the beautiful sight —the most beautiful we have ever witnessed in Coudersport : for, what scene, kind reader. r could surpass that of 123 bright, joyous and k youthful faces arrayed in a beautifully formed procession, bearing aloft, in evergreen letters > upon a white banner, the ennobling Christian 0 injunction to ' LOVK ONE ANOTHER 1" '• The procession moved West to Main street, up East side of Main to Fifth, then crossed to West side of Maiu aud down to then *• East, along Second, to the Court House, in which the childfe# were seated bu classes. The exercises which followed., we have not - space nor ability to describe. There was ex cellent singing by members ©f the Sabbath Schools, aa appropriate prayer b\* the Rev. A. ' Mclntire, and a fine off-hand speech from ROB ERT PALMER, Esq., of Pottsville, who, though r an invalid, among our glorious hills for his ' health, kindly participated in the proceedings. May a good Providence soon restore him to ; * health and happiness. a Then there was a short talk from W. Xicn i- Olson, Es*p, of Philadelphia, who is a most j. successful talker to children. May it be our e privilege to hear him interest the children on E*any more such occasions. ' Then there was a bountiful and delightful 3 Pic-Xic, whereat 130 bright and happy chil li drea were joyously served by the Ladies of - Coudersport, assisted by the male members of t the Sabbatn School. After the children were served, all persons in the court-room were in vited to partake of the bountifu' supply of refreshments re naiuing on the tables, and a large number pleas ntly accepted the invita tiun. These exercises closed at 12£ o'clock, M, At I o'clock, P. M , the Soiis of" Temperance ' and Visitors met at their Hall, and formed in procession—Members ofthe Order in regalia— e on the West side of the Public Sriugre at 1A o'clock, under the charge of A. F. JONES, E-o. 1 >i* as Marshal. This procession, owing in good part to the zeal an determination with which the Ladies of the village have always sustaiued our cause, was a perfect success. Preceded by the Scio Brass Band, and a a National Flag borne by our untiring friend, . Jt'Lits BAKER. Esq., of Hebron, the procession moved up the West side of Main to Sixth St., . then crossed over and down Main St. to Third. J then around "he Court House Square to the . front entrance, when the rear of the proces , sion passed into the court-room through the - open line- of the Division, the Band playing a t soul-stirring Xa'ional Air, and all were seated. , We have not room to give a detailed dcscrip i- tion of the exercises that followed. However, t the Declaration of Independence was read by e Rev. J. H EXDRICK. Then there was inspiring ■ mu-ic by the Band, and appropriate singing • by the ever-faithful Coudersport Philharmonic r Society. Then a most telling speech by WIL , L; AM NICHOLSON, Esq. of Philadelphia, whose , description of the '* Wistar Party " was a most scathing rebuke of genteel moderate imbibers, . and was just wbat was needed. We noticed - several members of the '• Wistar Party " in the . audience when this portrait was drawn. At the conclusion of the Address there was • more music by the Band, acd then the follow* ' big orijinal Song, composed for the occasion * by the Speaker of the day, was sung by the Philharmonic Society with such happy effect that we could but exclaim >' Thanks be to j. God for Singing ! " ' THE PATRIOT'S TEMPERANCE SONG. 1 ALB—" Star Spangled Banner July 411 i, IS.YS. . All true Sons of Temperance, rouse ye to-day, s And swell the loud strain for your great Nation's glory. Shall fiendi.-h Intemperance, still bear the sway ' Iu the land ofthe patriots famous in story? 1 No! spam ye the chain — c Be it sundered ig twain, - Nor longer :n soul-crushing bondage remain, e Join, m urons and maidens, with old men and e. youn?; e Let the song of our triumph be joyfully sung. s Shall recreant sons of illustrious sires Flaunt forth to the breeze the dark banner r of Bacchus ? - Shall our hopes be consumed bv King Alcohol's 3 fires, r, And licensed man-tempters be free to attack us— s Our Country? Oh, no ! e We will conquer the foe, e And lay the dread spoiler in infainv low ; That Virtue. Sobriety. Freedom aud Peace f O er the land of our Fathers may spreud and e increase. e! rdiall our sous be enticed, bv the wine that is ' red, r To the hopeless abode of the demon of slaughter ? Shall our daughters be mothers of children unfed? No ! quuenched be our thirst by the health giving water. Drink ! daughters and sons, From the fountain that runs; And counsel, by deeds, the poor perishing ones - Who will helplessly sink in the Drunkard's } dark grave, r Unless your stroug hands are extended to save t Rouse! friends of Humanity, danger is nigb ; Your ipirits brace up for the lofty endeavor f , See tyrants and sycophants shrink at your cry Of Liberty, Union, new and forever I ' Your motto roll out, With a triumphant shout, ? Till the forces of Bacchus are put to the rout; j That our Banner ol Stars shall not weipingly wave. O'er the chains and debasement of appetite e I i slave. ► At the conclusion of this song the audience e were dismissed, and those who enrne in pro t cession returned to the Hall, with the Band • pJayicg "Yankee Doodle. Here the members - of the Order were dismissed, and the exercises of the day closed at 4$ o'clock, f Everything passed off pleasantly, promptly, ; harmoniously, and therefore happily. We i hope and believe much good will flow from ? this day' 3 exercises, ajc-d that the children who 5 participated in them in as especial manner, t will remember the joyous occasion for a long ? time to come. No adult who participated cau f remember it with any other feeling than pleae t' ure. ■ ,! MARRIED: BBIGGt;—PUTTER.—Iu this Borough, Ju- 1 • ly 3rd. Joseph Maun Esq., Associate Judge. I Mr. A. 11. Ramos, of Biugham, Potter County, 1 Pa., to Miss SARAU POTTER, of Independence, . N. Y. We will announce Candidates for Office at t the rate of $1 each , IN ADVANCE, far ail occupying 10 lines or less—each additional line 10 cents, J Assembly—>.4.nti-Lecomptoii. To the Electors of the Representative District , composed of the Counties of Tioga and Potter :— I aui a Candidate for the office of Representa tive in the next General Assembly. Should 1 i be elected, my constuents may rest assured that, to the best of my ability, they will be represented upon the principles of the Decla ration of Independence and the Constitution 1 of the Union ; and especially that the People of the Territories (including Kansas.) have the , same right to resist the t nforcement of Slavery ) upon them ayainst their will, that our Fathers had to resist ihe Stamp Act of George 111., and throw hip Tea into Boston Harbor. If • this be Treason, make the most of it. T JNO. M. KILBOURXE. Pikje. Potter Co., Pa., June 30, 1838. ' Spgeia) Uthii*. i D. E Olmsted has just return • ed Irom New York with a fine I' stock of goods, particulars next , week. GRAVEL AND STONE. I By this we understand a collection of sand i like substance having been lodged in the pass age of the urine. When the syteni is in a healthy .-tate, this substance is carried off by ' the natural passage of the body; but when ' tligie is a weakness of any organ, especially i the kidneys, they become incapable of expell ing suck sandy concretions, and consequently they are lodged in the kidneys, urethra, or the bL.'l. causing great inflammation to those organs, and great pains and swelling, and gre-..t difficulty in voiding the urine. It has been admitted by many physicians, that Morse's Inuntn Rout Pills are made out of some particular plants which have a wonderful charming influence in dissolving the substance which, has clogged the passage, and by their; coming properties, they expel ail inflamma tion, and leave the water passage in an active and healthy state. Front three to four of these Pills night aud morning, from one to two weeks, will decide how this dreadful disease is to be treated, and as they remove the cause of every kind of disease, it is utterly impossible for them to fail in curing the gravel, as they ' unclog the passage, and leave the parts in a healthy and lively condition. Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Fills are sold by ail dealers in Medicines. A CARD. For the security of the Public, I wish to say that the welfare of my little family commands me to change my well-known given-name,! FRANK JOHNSON, and request that in future it may be written as my father learned nie to write it— FRANZ MATTHIAS JANS EN ; arc peo ple can pronounce it as they think proper. I do not care so much for the pronunciation of my name as I do for having it written right. It will save me trouble in business, and do no harm to the public. I claim as well the good I as the bad that is done by it through myself. I would also inform the public that 1 am still laboring to build up my own wealth and ' convenience, by the wealth and convenience j of the public : and those wanting work done in my line of business (Cabinet Maker) are kindly invited to call. Any unpaid debt against me can be paid on short notice, if not. immediately, on presentation at my place of; business. North side of Fifth Street, between I Main and West streets, Coudersport. I also; desire those indebted to me for work to pay up as soon as possible. June 22, l38.-3t. F. M. JANSEN. I CAUTI ON": VI'HEREAS my Wife. SARAH ANN has H left my bid and board without just cause or provocation, I hereby warn all per sons not to trust her on my account, as I will pay uo debts of her contracting. RUSSELL B. BAKER. Homer, June 28, 1838. —50-3t. LIST OF LETTERS, REMAINING in the Post Office at COL'DERS PORT, lor the (Juarter ending July 1. 1838 ; Bliss. S. McKinney, P. Fay, S. Preshau, L. Gibson, Win. R. Rockwell, D. Howe, Lucy Sherwood, D. Johnson, Miss J. M. Tillson, Aaron Kilborn, J. M. Thomas. Helen, Killgrove, C. Turner, Miss A. 1 Lesner, T. Teed, Jesse, May, L. E. Wildmar, RosweU Persons calling for any of the above Letters will please say thev are advertised. J. M. JUDD, P. M. J Coudersport, July 1, 1858. LOST! On the road between S. M. Mills' tavern and Ulysses, a CALF-SKIN STRAPPED WALLET, containing Sixtet-n Dollars in bank notes— one glO note on the Bank of; Middletown, Pa , one 85 note and a 81 note, the Bank not recollec ted j also, a small bit of paper written on with a red-chalk pen cil. Whoever will retarn said Wallet and its contents, or give information to tne subscriber ati WellsTille, shall be liberally re warded. A. P. PURDY. i PROSPECTUS. Emerson's Magazine AND Putnam's Monthly. VOLUME VII. COXMEKCISG WITH THE JULY NUMBER, 1858. THIS Popular Magazine has now attained a circulation unequalled by few of its co temporaries. 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VirHEREAS, Letters of administration to ; T T the Estate of ISAAC PHILLIPS, late of Clara Township, Potter County, Pa., deceased, : have been granted to the undersigned, all per rons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having | claims against the same, will present them . duly authenticated for settlement. N. PHILLIPS, Adm'r. j Clara. May 29. 1858. lU:48-6t. Administrator's Notiee. LETTERS of administration on the Estate ot GABRIEL BARNES, late of Sharon Town | ship, Potter County, Pa., deceased, having I been granted to the undersigned, all those iu | debted to :he said estate will make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same, will present them duly authenticated for ! settlement. A. J. BARNES, Adm'r. SELENA J. BARNES, Adrnx. ! Millport, June 14, 1858. 10:48-6t. PIANOS AND KELODECNS. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens of Potter Co., that f will fur nish to order. Pianos and Melodeons from the best manufactories in the Union, and upon | reasonable ierrus. All letters of inquirv will receive prompt attention. Address, C. D. BROWN,- i Ulysses. Potter Co., Pa. Ulysses, May 25, 135*6.—45-Bt. KEDZIE'S PATENT WATER FILTER. THE BEST FILTER KNOWN for Family use ; has given the highest satifaction for many years ; is scientific in construction, port able. durable and cheap. It renders rainwa ter perfectly pure and sweet, making cisterns more economical than wells, and avoiding the diseases arising from the hard water of lime stone regions. Five sizes; retail from $8 to sl2. Wholesale to the trade at the usual dis count. Can he forwarded safely anv distance. Formerly made by J. E. Chenev & Co.; made now only by JAMES TERRY & CO., at the old j stand of J. E. C. & Co., State Street, Roches ter, X. Y. For descriptive circulars address ' [L10:47-3m ] JAMES TERRY k CO. 1 GOOD NEWS. SAVING MONEY IS I MAKING MONEY! Which you can do by calling on J. 31. Judti & Co., AT TIIE OLD CORNER, : WHERE THEY HAVE RECEIVED, ■| AND ARE STILL RECEIVING TUG LARGEST, i C hoicesf, i! AND Bent Selected II STOCK OF GROCERIES :j In Town. :j ;L : ffg;u's, cobatra, Hits, 5 , OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, * ! IN SHORT, 1 j Everything, etc. j FLOUR, P3HK, rtsH RECEIVED DAILY FROM DUN KIRK AND BUFFALO BY ! BARRELS, AN D WILL 13 E SO L D , Low fir Cash. PURCHASERS H IVE ONLY TO CALL TO BE CONVINCED lILITJUDD CAN BEAT TIIEM ALL SELLING. WE WILL SELL AS LOW, OR LOWER Than Others, OR Sink the Ship! FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, AND ALL, CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES BEFORE PUR CHASING ELSEWHERE. J. \l. JUDD & Co. Coudarsport, July 1, 1".S. I IST OF VENDERS OF FOREIGN A Mer haudize iu Potter County, for the year ISSB. Fames. Class. License. ABBOTT. F. Suhr k Co., 14 $7 00 ; Audrew Jackson, 14 7 00 ALLEGAN*. Amos Raymond, 14 7 00 Benjamin Morley, 14 7 00 S. M. Mills, 14 7 0o BINGHAM. Mudge k Merrick, 14 7 00 COCDKRSPOBT. L. F. Mavnard, 14 * 7 00 J. B. Smith, 14 7 00 ; Smith i Jones, 14 7 00 P. A. Stebbins, 12 12 50 / Olmsted k Kelly, 14 7 04 D. E. Oliusted, 14 7 00 E. K. Spencer, 14 7 oo J. M. Judd k Co., i 4 7 00 ; M. W. Mann, 14 7 00 >,; GENESEE. S. E. Harrow, 14 7 00 HARRISON. ■ Ebenezer Tanner, 14 7 00 Mary Goodman, 14 7 00 HECTOR. Frauds Strang, 14 7 o OSWAYO. jC. H Simmons. 14 7 00 Wui. McDougall, 14 7 00 SHARON. Maun k Nichols, 14 7 00 Ciiaries Canfield, 14 7 Oo W. B. k J. 11. Graves, 14 7 Oo STEWARDSUN. Henry Andreson, 14 7 00 SYLVANIA. Thus. L. Young, 14 7 00 ULYSSES. • I>. J. A E. W. Clmppel, 14 7 00 Lumber it Lewi*, 14 7 00 $ A Corey. 14 7 Oo Win. F. Burt, • 14 7 00 A. B. liortcn, 14 7 00 WHARTON. Clark White, 14 7 00 Barclay A Brainard, 14 7 00 Daniel k Jolm G. Bcnsley, 14 7 oo A COl RT OF APPEALS will be held at the Commissioners' Office, in Coudersport. on FHI'R3I>.\ V, 1 ">TH DAY OF JCLY next, when all I persons considering themselves aggrieved cau 1 be heard. ~ W. B. GRAVES, Mercantile Appraiser. Coudersport, done 21, 1858.-41. IfegT TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS D. 3, Willi A MS, LATH V. ILLIAMS & CUNNINGHAM, Having removed to the spacious lofts in the GARY BITHDINO, 105 and 107 CHAMBERS STREET, and 89 k 91 RKADE STREET, NEW YORK, Is now ofl'eriug for cash or on approved credit, • a large and t 11-assorted stock of HATS. GAPS, STRAW GOODS. UMBRELLAS jc I'ARASOLS, Of all the -tylcs, qualities and materials usu ally found in market. Having one of the larg est sale-rooms in the city, (50 by 150 feet,) with ample facilities, and an experience of near twenty years in the business, purchaser j may feel assured of being as well served a :!iis house as at any other in the trade. Orders from the country filed with '■are and promptness. [LIQ -2. Z. J. THOMPSON, CARRIAGE £ WAGON MAKEB and RE PAIRER. Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa., takes this method of informing the B lie in general that he is prepared t<> do all work in his line with promptness, in a workriwn-like manner, and upon tho most ncconmi elating terms. Payment for R-paii ing invariably required on delivery of the work, All kinds of PRODUCE taken on account of work. 10:35. PIAI\FOS, MELODEONS & MUSIC THE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED. (Greatly Reduced, lIOK ACE' WATERS, Ao. 333 lirondxcoy, A r . 1* AGENT FOR THE BEST BOSTON £ N. T. Instruments. FIIHF Largest Assortment of Pianos, Melo | L deons. Musical Instruments, and Musical . Merchandise of all kinds, in tlie United States. , Pianos from Ten different Manufactories, com prising those of every variety of style, from the plain, neat and substantial CI octaves, in \\ alnut or Rosen ood Cases, from $l5O to S2OO, j to tho-e of the most elegant finish up to Oh© Thousand Dollars. No house in the Union i can compete with the above in the number, variety and celebrity of its instruments, nor in the Extremely low prices at which tliev are sold. - HORACE WATERS' MODERN IMPROVED PIANOS, with or without Iron Frames, pos se-sing in their improvements of over-strings ! and action, a length of scale and compass of j tone equal to HIP Grand Piano, united with i tiie beauty and durability of structure of the Square Piano. They are justly pronounced hr ') the Press and by the first Musical Masters, to bo equal to those of any other manufacturer They are built of the best and most thorough ly seasoned material, and guaranteed to stand the action of every climate. Each Instrument ; guaranteed to give satifaction, or purchusc • money refunded. ! IR >' RACK WATERS' MELODEONS.—Su perior Instruments in touch and durability of make. (Tuned the equal temperament.) Me iodeons of all other styles and makes. Prico | $45. S'to. $75, sloo, $125, sl4o—doublo Reeds and two banks of Keys, s2oo—less liberal di-couut. Clergymen and Churches, i an extra discount. * MARTIN'S GUITARS. BROWN S IIARPS, FLUTES, FLUTINAS, ACCORDEONS, VIOLINS, and Mu-ica! Instruments of all kinds, at lower prices than ever before offered to the public. A large discount to Teachers and Schools. The trade supplied on the most liberal terms. SECOND-HAND PIANOS, at great bar gains, constantly in store, —price from S3O to $l4O. nc of the largest and best se lected catalogues of Music now published, comprising many of the choice and most pop ular airs of the day, and will be sold at oue tbird off from the regular prices. Music sent by mail to all parts of the conn try, post-paid. Particular and personal atten tion paid to all orders received by mail. Sat- I. isfaction guaranteed in every instance. Pianos and Melodeons for rent and rent allowed on puachase. Pianos and MelodeoDS for sale on monthly payments. Second-hand Pianos ta i ken in exchange for new. General and select Catalogues and Schedule of prices forwarded to all parts of the country by mail. inducements oliered to AGENTS in all parts of the country, to sell the Horary Waters' Pianos, MAodeouq aud Catalogue of 'Music.