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As the season for making hay is ap proaching, we will give a few words of caution. Don't try to dry your hay too much. Hay may be dried till it is as worthless as straw. As a good coffee-j maker would say, "Don't burn your colfee,! but brown it j" so we say, don't dry your hay, but cure it. Our good old mothers! who relied upon herb tea instead of "pot-' ocary medicine," gathered their herbs when iu blossom and cured them in the shade. This is the philosophy of making j good hay. Cut in the blossom, and cure, in the shade. The sugar of the plant,; when it is iu bloom, is in the stalk, ready to form the seeds. If the plant is cut earlier the sugar is not there ; if later the sugar has become converted to woody matter. Ilay should be well wilted in the sun, but cured in the cock. Detter to be a litlle too green than too dry. If, on put ting it into the barn, there is danger of "heating on the mow," put on some salt. Cattle will like it none the less. llcat, light, and dry winds, will soon take the starch and sugar, which consti tute the goodness of hay, out of it ; and with tire addition of a shower, render it almost worthless. Grass cured with the least exposure to the drying winds and searching sunshine, is more nutritious than if longer exposed, however good the weather may be. If over cured, it con tains lucre woody fibre and less nutritive matter. The true art of hay-making, then, con sists in cutting the grass when the starch and sugar are fully developed, and before they are converted iuto seed and woody fibre; and curing it up to the point when it will answer to put it into the barn without heating, and no more. — Ohio Farmer. The Rural Register has an article from one of its correspondents on the culture of corn, from which we make the follow ing extract : One day while hoeing in our garden corn held of a quarter of an acre, we sat down a half hour and studied diligently the character of the rootlets everywhere about us radiating from the cornstalks, from one to three inches above the sur face of the ground. It occurred to us that nature designed them for something else than mere ornaments ; and that if the requisite material for them full devolope xuent wore supplied, they might become roots a?id add something to the vigor of the stalk. So, in order to make our ex periment a fair test, we set to work with our hoe, and to each alternate Lill we drew up the earth, covering the shoots to an average depth of eight inches. After an interval ot two weeks, we found upon examination, that we had a vigorous set fcf top roots giving extra support to the fcta.k and imparting an extraordinary de gree of vigor to its growth. Nearly every stake thus "hilled up,"' afforded an extra car, grew one-fifth taller than those not billed, and the grain ripeued days earlier. Hence we have ever since argued that it is good economy to "hill up" corn ; but we would remind the farmer that it is a! dangerous practice to run plow or culti vatator so near the stalks as to distuib the roots. A very simple and efficient cioss-bar cultivator can be arranged, so tLat with a light dip on either side, the two outer shares will throw sufficient earih tothestaiks, without disturbing the roots. R L TIE WHEAT HARVEST.—I have seen much in the Telegraph and other agri cultural papers as to the proper time for cutting wheat) but as the views were given by those at a distance, generally in other States, I would like to have the opinions and experience of those in Eas tern Pennsylvania. Hy own custom for nearly ten years, has been to cut early ; that is to say, from three to six davs be fore the time crop is usually cut in this (Berks) county generally from the 25th June to Ist July. I have found that in nearly every ease of mildew in former years of my crops, that it occurred, from experiments made on a small scale, that early cut grain makes more and better flour, lleuce I have continued to pursue this practice of early cutting as possessing these important advantages. Neverthe less I would like to have the views of farmers generally in this State, and will thank them to communicate them.— G. W. jr., in German town lelegraph. LEMONADE. —Three large lemons cut in slices, from which extract every seed, mix well with a half pound crushed loaf sugar, add two quarts cold water. Rub the gurus and teeth with straw berries : they arc an excellent natural, dentifrice. VARIETIES. Contrast is a kind of relation. Is not every true lover a martyr ? Material evil tends to self-annihilation, good to increase. Purity is the feminine, truth the mas-, culine, of honor. He must be a thorough fool who can' learn nothing from his own folly. Knowledge is the parent of love ; wis dom, love itself. To refer all pleasures to association is to acknowledge uo sound but echo. A youth's love is the more passionate; virgin love is the more idolatrous. The feeling is often the deeper truth, the opinion the more supeificial one. Iu a mist the heights can for the most part see each other, but the valleys cannot. To talk without effort is, after all, the great charm of talking. Taste appreciates pictures; eonuoisseur • ship appraises them. A use must have preceded an abuse, j properly so called. Half the failures in life arise from pull ing in one's horse as he is leaping. Hardly anything is ro difficult in wri ting as to write with ease. Thought is the wind, knowledge the | sail, and mankind the vessel. I could hardly feel much confidence in a man who had never been imposed upou. "Who want's to see a masquerade ?" might be written under a looking-glass. The most mischievous liar? are those who keep sliding on the verge of truth. Truth endues man's purposes with somewhat of immutability. Our poetry in the eighteenth century was prose, our prose in the seventeenth, poetry. We may keep the devil without the swine, but not the swine without the devil. A compliment is usually accompanied with a how, as if to beg pardon for pay ing it. Friendship closes its eyes, rather than see the moon eclipsed; while malice de nies that it is ever at the full. Many men spend their lives in gazing at their own shadows, and so dwindle away into shadows thereof. Children always turn toward the light. 0 that grown-up people in this would become b.kc little children. Seme men so dislike the dust kicked up by the generation they belong to, that, being unable to pass, they lag behind it. South's sentences arc gems, hard and shining; Voltaire's look like them, but are only French paste. I 3 not man the only automaton upon earth ? The things usually called so are iu fact heteromatons. Much of the world's wisdom is still acquired by necromancy—by consulting the oracular ucad. Of what use are forms, seeing that at times they are empty ? Of the same use as barrels, which at tunes are empty, too. Temporary madness may perhaps be necessary in some cases to cleanse and renovate the mind, just as fit of illness is to carry off the humors of the body. Hell (a wise man said) is paved with good intentions." I'luc-k up the stoues, ye sluggards, and break the devil's head with them. Forms and regularity of proceeding, if they arc not justice, partake much of the nature of justice, which, in its highest sense, is the spirit of distributive older. lie who wishes to know how a people thrives under a groveling aristocracy, should examine how vigorous and thick the blades of grass are uuder a plantain. Open evil at all events does this good : it keeps good on the alert. When there is no likelihood of an enemy's approach ing, the garrison slumber on their post. How much better the world would go on, if people could but do now and then, what liord Castlereagh used to deprecate, and turn their backs upon themselves ! Instead of watching the bird as it flies above our heads, we chase his shadow along tiie ground ; and finding we cannot grasp it, we conclude it to be nothing. Jealousy is said to bean offspring of love. Yet, unless the parent makes haste to strangle the child, the child will uot rest til' it has poisoned the parent. Pliny speaks of certain animals that will fatteu on smoke. IJow lucky it would be for sundry eloquent statemen, if they could get men to do so! Poverty breeds wealth; and wealth in its turu breeds poverty. The earth, to form the mound, is taken out of the ditch; and whatever may be the height of the one, will be depth of the other. They who are sinking in the world, find more weights than corks ready to attach themselves to them ; and even if they can lay hold on a bladder, it is too likely to burst before it raises their heads above water. Some persons take reproof good-humor edly enough, unless you are so unlucky as to hit a sore place. Then they wince, and writhe, and knock you down for your impertinence, or wish you good-morning. 10UR JTTEr , IF YOU PLEASE. THE SUBSCRIBER has just received a new stock of DESIRABLE | Direct from New York, consisting of DRY GOODS, GROCE RIES of all kinds, HARDWARE, CROCK ERY, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS k CAPS, latest styles. READY-MADE CLOTHING, DOMES TICS, such as SHEET INGS. TICKS, BATTS, &c.—in short, all kinds of goods usually kept in a | NO. 1 COUNTRY STORE. All of which will be sold very low for I mil m. The above-named stock of Goods is now ; open and for sale at the New Brick Store j near Canfield's Flouring Mill, a few rods east j of the Alleghany Bridge, IN COUDERSPORT, | where the proprietor would be pleased to re ! ceive calls from his old customers and as ma ny new ones as feel disposed to DEAL WITH HIM. The market price paid for all kinds of !FARMERS' PRODUCE in exchange for Merchandise. tyoiiC'j /iu/y , COLLINS SMITH. Condcrsport, Jan. 2, 18Gl.-15-Gmo. —AND— ! v' (=c; i ('. d) j &vi- iALBERT KANTANIA &T : \©\ Having taken the Shop ; \a\ c V . , , /siA^'| j formerly occupied by l feyfel j \£\ P. D. CATLIN, Wr .'L-vaO A T Clark's Corners, \ two miles North of Coudersport, Pa., WILL MANUFACTURE j all kinds of Chairs & Cabinet-Ware, such i CANE, FLAG, and WINDSOR CHAIRS, CANE-SEAT BOSTON ROCKERS, SEWING and TABLE CIIAIRS, SMALL ROCKING CHAIRS, OFFICE and B VR-ROOM CIIAIRS. BUREAUS, SECRETARIES, WARDROBES, Tables, Wash-Stands, . Lounges, Cribs, Cradles, Common and j Cottage Bedsteads. done on the shortest notice, j ana in the most workmanlike manner. T U R NIN G ' done immediately and to order. All orders . promptly attended to. Please give me a call, and examine for yourself. ALBERT MAXTANIA, March 2G, 18G0.-28:ly. flanufaclurce. ©ilyji & I I Main above Third St., COUDERSPORT, PA. M. W PROPRIETOR. ROOKS, MAPS, GLOBES, BLANKS DOC KETS LEDGERS- DAY-BOOKS- RECEIPT-BOOKS; MEMORANDUMS, PASS-BOOKS, DI A 111 ES, PORTFOLIOS, HERBARIUMS, LETTE P-BOOKS k INVOICE-BOOKS. Greek, Latin, French and German Text- Books. All School Books used in (he County kept on hand, or immediately procured when desired. Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when desired. A good assortment of Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw ing Materials, Water Colors, &c. r> I B LES, TEST AME NTS, PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds. MUSIC-BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC, Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess Men, Ac., Ac. PRODUCE of all kinds taker in exchange for Books, Ac. [ll-34] The Rochester Straw-Cutter. OLMSTED & KELLY, Coudersport, have the exclusive agency for this celebrated machine, in this county. It is covenicnt, du* rable, and CHEAP. Dec. 1, 18(10.-12 Id LANKS of all kinds for sale at this Office Deeds. Warrants, Executions, Summons, Subpoenas, Constable Sales, Township and i School Orders, Notes of all kinds—kept on hand and printed to order. JOB WORK at tended to promptly, and at prices to suit the time 3, Give U3 a trial. D MOTT S WWW* An aperient and Stomachic preparation of IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com bustion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned bv the highest Medical Authorities, both in Europe and the United States, and prescribed in their practice. The experience of thousands daily proves that no preparation of Iron can be compared with it. Impurities of the blood, depression of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly complexions indicates its necessity in almosl every conceivable case. Innoxious in all malad'-v in which it has been tried, it lias prov ■ bsolntely curative in each of the following mplaints, viz : In Debility. IfervctH Afi ■ ■ ns, Fmonciaiicrs Dyspepsia, Constipation. If rrheea, ' h/senteri/. Incipient Consumption. Scrofulous Tuberculosis Salt It h rum, 3fismenstrua/ion, H'kites, '' h/orosis Liver Complaints, Chronic Headaches, Rheuma tism, Intermittent Fevers, Pimples on the Face sc. Tn eases of General Debility, whether the result of acute disease, or of the continued di minution of nervous and muscular en erg) from chronic complaints, one trial of this res j torative has proved successful to an exten which no description nor written attestatioi would render credible. Invalids so long bed ridden as to have become forgotten in the! | own neighborhoods, have suddenly re-ap ! peared in the busy world as if just rttnrnei : from protracted travel in a distant land.— I fionie very signal instances of this kind at attested to female Sufferers, emaciated victim: of apparent marasmus, sanguineous exhaus tion, critical changes, and that complicatioi of nervous and despeptic aversion to air am exercise for which the physician has no name In Nervous Affections of all kinds, ami for reasons familiai to medical men, the operation of this preparation of iron must necessarily be salutary, for unlike the old oxids, it is vig orously tonic without being exciting and overheating; and gently, regularly aperient even in the most obstinate eases of costive ness without ever being a gastric purgative, or inflicting a disagreeable sensation. It is this latter property, among others, which makes it so remarkable effectual and permanent a remedy for riles. upon which it also appears to exert a distinct and specific action, by dispersing the local tendency which forms them. In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its causes a single box of these Cbulyb'-ate Pill# ha# of- I ten sufficed for the niost habitual cases, in cluding tire attendent Costioeness. In unchecked Diarrhoea, even when advanced to Dysentery, confirmed, em.aeiaring, and ap parently malignant, the effects have been equally decisive and astonishing. Fn the local pains, loss of fiesh and strength, debilitating cough, and remittent hectic,which generally indicate Incipient Consumption, this remedy has allayed the alarm of friend.- and physicians, in several very gratifying and in tercsting instances. In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated iron has had far more than the good effect of the most cautiously balanced preparations of iodine, without any of their well known lia bilities. The attention of females cannot be too con fidently invited to this remnhi and restorative, in the cases peculiarly affecting them. In Rheumatism, both chronic and inflam matory—in the latter, however, more decid edly—it has been invariably well reported, both as alleviating pain and reducing the swellings aud stiffness of llic joints and mus cles. In Intermittent Fevers it must necessarily be a great remedy and energetic restorative, and its progress in the new settlements of the West, will probably be one of high renown and usefulness. No remedy has ever hern discovered in the whole history of medicine, which exerts such prompt, hippy, and fully restorative effects Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid ac quisition of strength, with an unusual dispo sition for active and cheerful exercise, imme diately follow its use. Put up in neat flat metal boxes containing 50 pills, price 50 cents per box : for sale by druggists and dealers. Will be sent free to any address on receipt of the price. All let ters, orders, etc., should be addressed to It. 15. LOCKE A Co., General Agents, 4—l v. 20 Cedar St., N. Y. FURNITURE! W. H. COATS, Having enlarged and • tted his WARE ROOMS, at W ELLSYILL K, has now on hand and will keep eon-;antly for sale, a larger and better variety of Cabinet- Ware and Chairs, than have ever been offered in this section of the Country. His stock of common work has never been equalled. Having made extensive additions to bis assortment of PARLOR FURNITURE, he has now on hand Plain Mahogany & Mar ble top Bureaus, Card tables, Marble top side and Centre tables, Fruit and Toilet stands, Marble top Wash T:\uds. \ COTTAGE AND FREXCn BEADSTEADS. COUCHES, SOFAS, AND TETE-A-TETES, new and beautiful varieties. Cane Seat, Mahogany, Rocking and Easy Chairs, kc., k c. In fact every thing in the line of FURNITURE ; can be found at his establishment. Having j the best facilities for manufacturing and ;'T chasing his stock for en: h, He wi 1 not be Undersold. Those wishing to buy, will save at least twenty-live per cent, by calling on W. H. Coats. READY MADE COFFINS of all sizes kept constantly on hand. Per sonal attendance with hearse wlien requeued. W. 11. COATS. Welisvillc, Nov. 1. 18C0. Patent : ica Xiamp Chimney. A LAMP CHIMNEY THAT WILL NOT BREAK! This great invention commend.- itself to ev ery one using CO AI. OIL LAMPS. It gives more light, requires less cleaning and will not break by the heat or cold, falling, or any or dinary usage. For sale by Storekeepers gener al!}/ throughout the U. S, and the Canada*, and Wholesale by the Manufacturers and Patentees HORNING- & HUMPHREY. No. 321 N. SECOND Street. PHIL AD A. j MOFFAT'S TIFT. PILLS AND PII(FXIX FITTERS. rjniU'SE MEDICINES have now been before J. the public for ti period of THIRTY YKASS, l and during that time have maintained a high character in elm :.st every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and immediate power j of restoring perfect health to persons suffering] under nearly every kind of disease to which the human frame is liable. The following are among the distressing variety o: human diseases in which the Vesetsfrle iLife I?3elieines H Are well known to be infallible, ■i DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the i first and second stomachs, and creating a flow '! of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and "! acrid kind; FLATULENCY. Loss of Appetite, I Heartburn, Headache, Restlessness, Jll-Tem ? per, Anxiety, Languor, and Melancholy, which 1 are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will i vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure. ,*; COSTtVENESS, by clennsmg !he whole t length of the intestines with a solvent process, and without violence : all violent purges leave 5 the bowels costive within two days. FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood i to a regular circulation, through the process iof perspiration in such eases, and the thor ough solution of all intestinal obstruction in others. The Life Medicines have been known to 'cure RHEUMATISM permanently in three weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by re moving local inflammation from the muscles and ligameuts of the joints. DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and ' strengthening the kidneys and bladder ; they j operate most delightfully on these important : organs, and hence have ever been found a cer tain remedy for the worst eases of GRAVEL Also W< >RMS. by dislodging from the turu | ings of the bowels the slimy matter to which 1 these creatures adhere. SCURVEY. ULCEUS, and INVETERATE I SORES, by the perfect purity which these LIFE MEDICINES give to the blood, and all the humors. SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COM PLEXIONS. by their alteraiiveeflect upon the fluids that feed the -kin, and the morbid state !of which occasions all eruptive complaints, | sallow, cloudy, and other disagreeable eotu ; plexions. The use of these Pills for a very short time j will effect an entire euro of SALT RHEUM, j and a striking improvement in the clearness iof tin-skin. COMMON ("OLDS and INFLU ' ENZA will always be cured by one dose, or i by two in the worst eases, j PILES.—The original propriety rof t;.ese Medicines, was cured of Piles of ;15 y< >r standing, by the use of the LIFE MEDICINES ! alone. FEVER AND AGUE —For this scourge of the Western country, these Medicines will be hound a safe, speedy, and certain remedy.— Other medicines 1 are the system subject to a return of the disease—a cure by these Med ! icines is permanent — TRY THEM, BE SATISFIED, | AND BE CTBED. BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM PLAINTS.— Gt nei.d Debility. Loss of Appo site, and Diseases of Female.-—the Medicines have been used with the most beneficirl re sults in cases of this description:—Kings Evil, and Seorfula, m its worst forms, yields to the mild yet powerful action of these re markable Medicines. Night Sweats. Nervous ! Debility, Nervous Complaints of all kinds, Palpitation of the Heart, Painters' Colie, are speedily cured. MERCURIAL DISEASES.—Persons whose : constitutions have become impaired by the ■ injudicious use of MK.UCCRY, will find these ! Medicines a perfect cure, as they never fail to eradicate from the system, all the effects of : Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most pow erful preparations of Sarsanarilla. Prepared and sold by W. B. MOFFAT. 3R"> B ;OADW Y, NEW- VoiiTv. For sale by all Druggists. s (teflih A i ; ' : • ktgVw. ■ ; w.,, j! 112 US. WIXSLOW, j An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers, her SOOTHING SYRUP. FOR CHILDREN" TEETHING, which greatly facilitates the process tff teeth ing, by softening the gums, reducing all in flamation—will allay ALL PAIN and spas modic action, and is SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, and CAN SAY, IN CONFI DENCE AND TRUTH of it, what we have never been able to sav of any other medicine —NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A SINGLE INSTANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its opera tions. and speak in terms of comendation of its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in this matter " WHAT WE DO KNOW.'- after ten years' experience, AND PLEDGE OUR RE I'UT A TIOX FOR TIIE FUI.FILM EXT OF WHAT \YE HERE DECLARE. In almost every instance where the infant is suffering from pa n and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty minutes after the syrup is admini.-icred. This valuable preparation is the prcscrip j tion of the most EXPERIENCED and SKILL ! FUL NURSES in New England, and has been used with NEVER FAILING SUCCESS in THOUSANDS OF CASES. It not only relieves the child from pain, hut invigorates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost instantly re lieve GRIPING IN THE BOWELS, AND WIND COLIC and overcome convulsions, which, if not spec , Oily ivmedicd, end in death. We believe it the BEST and SUREST REMEDY IN THE WORLD, in all cases of DYSENTERY and DIARRHCEA IN CHILDREN, v hether it :ui-0.- from teething, or from any other cause. We i would say to every mother who bas a child j suffering from any of the foregoing complaints —DO NOT LET YOUR PREJUDICES, NOR ! THE PREJUDICES OF OTHERS, stand be tween you and your suffering child, and the relief that will be SURE—yes," ABSOLUTELY SURE- -to follow the use of this medicine, if timely used. Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None genuine un less the fac-simile of CURTIS & PERKINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper. Sold by Druggists throughout the world. Principal Office, 13 Cedar St., Sew York. PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. Sold by C. S. & E, A. JONES, Couders- P ortPd - 16-1 y. j A SUPERLATIVE TONIC, DIURETIC, DYSPt^n —A A/D— -IHYSGDRAHNCi CORDIAL To the Ct'izmx of New Jet set; a net Penn*u!rania. Apothecaries Druggists, Grocers and Frivate Families. "We He's Pr.ro Cognac Brandy. Wolfe's Pure Tladeria, Sherry ar.d Port Wine. Wolfe's Pure Jamaica and St. Croix Rum. Wolfe's Pare Scotch and Irish Whisky. ALL i: BOTTLLS. I bog leave lo call the attention oi the citi ; zens of the United States to the above WINKS and Ltgcoos. imported by Udolpho Wolfe, of Now York, whose name is familiar in every part of this country tor the polity of his cele brated SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. Mr. Wolfe, iu 1 his letter to me, speaking of the purity of his Wines and Liquors, says .* "1 will stake my reputation as a man my standing as a mer chant of thirty years' residence in the City of New York, that all the Drandy and Wines which 1 bottle are pure as imported, and of the best quality, and can be relied upon by '•very purchaser." Every bottle has the pro prietor's name on the wax, and a fac simile of his signature on t e certificate. The pub lic are respectfully invited to call and exam ine for themselves. For sale at Retail by all Apothecaries and Grocers in Philadelphia. CEO. 11. ASHTON, NO. 832 Market st. Phil Sole Agent for Philadelphia. Rend the following from the New York | Courier: . ENORMOUS BUSINESS FOR ONE NEW YORK MERCHANT. —We are happy to inform our fel low-citizens that there is one place in oureity wliere the physician, apothecary, and country merchant, can go find purchase pure Wines and Liqn. ;., as pure as itu orted, and of the best quality. We do not intend to give nn elaborate description of this merch tit's ex tensive business, although it will repay any : stranger or citizi n to \isit TV; Ipho Wolfe's extensive ware-housea No.- 18. 2" and 22, B< \ t, .:?•<! No. !, nr. 21, Mark letfield street. His took of Schnapps, on nkod readi ' r • iiipm lit co id : . been less than thirty thousand c >cs : ii - . ndy, some i ten thousand cases—Yin;l, . o 1836; and t' >i thousand cases of Madeira, Sherry i and Port Wine, Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica and St. Croix Rum, same very old and equal to any in tbi; country. lie also had three large cellars, filled with Brandy, Wine. kc.. in casks, under C tom-House key, ready for bottling. Mr. Wolfe r s sales of , Schnapps last year amounted to one hundred and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in i less than two years he may be equally suc cessful with his Brandies and Wines. His business merits the patronage of every j lover of his species. Private families who ! wish pure Wines and Liquors for medical use j should send their orders direct to Mr. Wolfe, | until every Apothecary in the land make up their minds to discard the poisonous stuff'from ! their shelves, and replace it with Wolfe's pure Wines and Liquors. We understand Mr. Wolfe, for the accom modation of sntall dealers in the country, puts up assorted cases of Wines and Liquors. Such a man, and such a rnerchat . should be ! sustained against his teas of thousands oft p j pouents in the United States, who sell notli . i?:g but imitations, ruinous alike to human | health and hupp'n o. [32 —6tn ;; " ' 'i UP VfXYi WHISKERS? I li DO YOU WANT WHISKERS? DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? BE LXsINCrAArsI'S CELEBRATED ! STIMI7'Mi" iJQOR GUENT. For VjiiMtciN ISaic. | The subscribers take plea ure in announc ing to the Citizens of the United States, that ! they have obtained the Agency for, and are | now enabled to offer to the American public, | the above j <!y celebrated and world-re ! nowned article. THE STIMULATING OEGUEKT Is prepared by D . C. P. BELLINC-HAM, an em inent physician of London, and is warranted i to bring out a thick set of 'Whiskers or a BCustache, :in from three to six weeks This article is the only one of the kind uetd by the French and in London and Paris it is in universal use. It is a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet i stimulating compound, acting as if by magic upon the roots, causing a beautiful growth of luxuriant Lair. If applied to the scalp, it will cure BALDNESS, and cause to spring up in place of the bald spots a fine growth of new hair. Applied according to directions, it will turn RED or towy hair DARK, and restore gray hair to its original color, leaving it soft, smooth land flexible. The "UNGUENT" is an indis pensable article in every gentleman's toilet, and after one week's use they would not lor any consideration be without it. The subscribers are the only Agents for the article in the United States, to whom all or ders must be addressed. Price One Dollar a box—for sale by all Druggi is and Dealers ; or a box of the "Un guent ' (warranted to have the desired effect) will be sent to any who desire it. by mail (di rect!, securely packed, on receipt of price and postage, £l.lB. Apply to or address HURACE L. HEGEMAK & CO., DRUGGISTS, AC.. 24 William Street, New York •jjfto jDarnrss f hop! rip HE undersigned would respectfully inform JL the surrounding community that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied by A. G. Olmsted, where he is prepared to do Ail kinds of Harness Work on the shortest notice. LONG STRAW COLL \US. also kept eo'i-t 1 ti\ ■ n hand. These collars are a superior article, and need but a trial to insure their success. Repairing done in <iood : ft/In. Surcingles, Martingale-rings, Humes, and llatnc -straps, &c., kept consta tly on hand. The public are invited to call and examine, before purchasing elsewhere. S. P.MINAR. Co dersport (Jet.- 16th 1860. N OTJ CE. II RADFORD COUNTY PLOWS AND 3 POINTS, will be found hereafter at the store of E. N. STEBBINS k BRO. A large lot just received. Coudersport, March 20, 1861. TI)VEHTISE in the Jour -13l liul* Only paper in the county.