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OUUjUUU GENTS TO SELL LLOYD'S new steel plate county colored map of the United States, Canadas, and New Brbnswick. From recent surveys, completed Aug. 10, 1862; cost $20,000 to engrave it and one year's time. Superior to any S2O map ever made by Col ton or Mitchell, and sells at the low price of fifyty cents ; 370,0u0 names are engraved on this map. It is not only a County May, but It is also a County and Railroad Map cf the Uuited States and Canadas combined in one, giving every Railroad Station and distances between. Guarantee any woman or man $3 to $5 per day. and w : ll take back all maps that cannot bt sold and refund the money. Send for Bl worth to try. Printed instructions how to canvass well, furnishsd all our agents. Wanted—Wholesale Agents for our Maps in every State. California. Canada, England, France and Cuba. A fortune may be made with a few hundred dollars capital. Wo Com petition. J T, LLOY'D, No 164 Broadway N Y'- The War Department uses our Map of Vir ginia, Maryland,and Pcnnsylvan a. cost SIOO.- 600, on which is rnark< d Antietain Oreek, Sharpsburg, Maryland Mights, Williams port Ferry, Rhrorersville, Noland's Ford, and all other? on the Potomac, and every other place in Maryland. Virginia, and Pennsylvania, or money refunded. Lloyd's Topographical Map of Kentucky, Ohio," Indiana, and Illinois, is the only au thority for Gen. Buvll and the War Depart ment. Money refunded to any one finding an error in it. Price 50 ceuts. From the Tribune, August 2.—"Lloyd s Map of Virginia. Maryland and Pennsylvania. This Map is very large ; it? cost is but 23 ceuts, and it is the best which can be purchased Lloyd's Great Map of the Mississippi River -—From Actual Surveys by Capts. Burt and Wm. Bowen, Mississippi River Pilots of St. Louis, Mo., shows every man's plantation and owner's name from St. Louis to trie Gulf of Mexico—l.3so utiles—every sand-bar, island, town, landing, and all places 20 miles back from the river—colored in counties and States. Price, $1 in sheets. $2, pocket form, and 50 on linen, with rollers. Ready Sept 20. NAVY DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, Sept. 17, 1860. J. T. LLOYB — Sir: Send me your Map of the Mississippi River, with price per hundred copies. Rcar-Admiral Charles H. Davis,coru mandiug the Mississippi squadron, is author ised to purchase as many as are required for use of that squadron. GIDEON WELLES, Secretary of Navy. The Continental Monthly. Editors : Hon. ROBERT J. WALKER, Hon. FRED. P. STANTON', CHARLES G. LELAND, EL.YILND KIRKE, The readers of the Continental are aware of the important position it has assumed, ot the influence which it exerts, and of the brilliant; array of political and literary talent of the; highest or<ier which supports it. No pub'ica- I tion of the kind has. in this country, so sue-1 ccssfullv combined the energy and freedom of the daily newspaper with the higher literary tone of the first-class monthly; anil it is very certain that no magazine has given wider range to its contributors, or preserved itself ■o completely from the narrow influences of! party or of faction. In tiroes like the present, j such a journal is either a power to the lan 1 or it is nothing That the Continental is not the latter is abundantly evidenced by what it has done —by the reflection of its councils in many important public events,and in the char acter and power of those who are its staunch-1 est supporters By the accession of Hon. Robert J. Walker; and Hon. F. P. Stanton to its editorial corps, the Continental acquires a strength and a political significance which, to those ho are aware ol' the ability and experience ot these: gentlemen, must elevate it to a position far above any previously occupied by any publi- ; cation of the kind in America. Preserving} all "the boldness, v : gor. and ability" which ; a thousand journals have attributed to it. it will at once greatly enlarge its circle of action, and discuss, fearlessly and frakiy, every prin ciple involved in the great questions of the: day. The lirst minds of the country, embrac- I ing uieu most familiar with its diplomacy and; most distinguished lor ability, are to become its contributors ; and it is no mere "flattering promise of a prospectus" to say, that this; "magazine for the times ' will employ the first j intellect in America, under auspices which no publication ever enjoyed before in this country. CIIAKLES GODFREY LRi.AND.the accomplished scholar and author, who has tii 1 now been the soie Editor of the Magazine, will, beside his editorial labors, continue his brilliant contri butions to its pages; and Edmund Kirke, au thor of "Among the Pines." will contribute to each issue, having already begun a work on Southern Life and Society, which will be found far more widely descriptive, and in all respects, superior to the first. While the Continental will express decided opinion- on the great questions ol the day. i will not be ft mere political journal : much the larger portion of its oolnuus will be en livened, as her. tofore, by tales, poetry, and humor. In a word, the Continental w'll be found, under its new staff of Editors, occupy ing a position and presenting aitractions never before found in a magazine. TERMS TO CLUBS Two copies for one year, $5 Oo Three copies for one year, 6 00 Six copies for one year, 11 00 Eleven copies for one year, • 20 00 Twenty copies for one year, 30 0" PAID IS ADVANCE. Postage, Thirty-six cents a year, to be paid by the Subscriber. SINGLE COPIKS. Three dollars a year, IN ADVANCE. —Postage paid by the Publisher. JOHN F. TROW, 50 Greene St., N. Y, Publisher for the Proprietors. **As an inducement to new subscribers the Publisher offers the following very liberal premiums ; # * # Any person remitting S3, in advance, will receive the Magazine from July. 1862. ti January, 1864. thus securing the whole of .'/< Kimball's and Mr. Kirkt's new serials, which are alone worth the price of subscription Ur. if preferred, a subscriber can take the Magu line for 1863 and a copy of'*.4 mow 7 the rines. or of " Undercurrents of Wall St.," by R. U Kimball , bound in cloth (the book to be sen; postage paid). # person remitting §4 50, will re ceive the Magazine from its commencement, Jattuarv. 1864, thus securing Mr. KinbaWr " U- Successful t" and Mr. Kirke's 11 Amony the Pines'' and • Merchant's Story," and nearly 1.000 octavo pages of the best literature in the world. Premium subscribers to pay their own postage. THE BEST OFF LOUJi kept constantly on us-mC at 'k* Post Oil* Store. " THE UNION " ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD, Philadelphia. UPTON S. NEV/COMEB, Proprietor. Th : s Hotel i$ central, convenient by Passenger cars to all parts of the city, and in every particular adapted to the \t auts of -be business public. Terms SI 50 per day. NATRONA COAL OIL! WARRANTED NUN EXPLOSIVE ! and equal to any Kerosene. WHY* buy an explosive Oil, when a few cents more per g-illon will furnish you with a perfect Oil? Mario only by PfcNN'A SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY. No. 127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. Feby. 1. 1862 ly C HjWARRINER, Jeweller and Watchmaker, 10CA1ED on Main St.. opposite the Court _J H<iu-e. Coudersport, Pa. ClucliM, Walt'lics, Ac., Repaireu on short notice and wurranted to give satisfict oh A good assort nent of CLOCKS, W ATCHES, and JEWEI-RY nn hand. Chen ) for CASH and warranted as represented. An an even exchange is no rob bery I will give iou time for Money. Coudersport, Dec. 16, 1861 FOR SALE OR to exchange for Horses. Wagons, Stock Good Note lor Judgments. A valuable Farm situate in Harrison township, Potter Co. Pa., lyina on tb< old State road, leading from Spring Mills to larrison Valley and Weslfield Pa. Coiitainiii;; about HO Acres, about SO Acres improved and in a good state of culti vation. on which is arected a large Er.ime House, pood B >rns. Corn House and other necessary out-buildings, a good Apple Or chard containing some twenty different kinds of Grafted Fruit. Shade Trees, 4c. The above Farm lies about 1 mile from Harrison "'alley. 7 miles from Wt .-tfield and 6 miles from Spring Mills, and is si good Slock and Grain Farm, and will be sob so that any one that can make a payment of 3 or 4 hundred can bor. or (J, c o i > BLANKS DOCKETS- LLDG LBS DAY-BOOKS- BECEIBT-BOOKS; MEMORANDUMS, PASS-BO >K3, D I A U I E S. PORTFOLIOS. HERBARIUMS, LETTK D -BOOKS 4 INVOICE-BOOKS. Greek, Latin, French and German Text- Books. AH School Book* riser? in the County kept on lain ?, or immediately procurer? when desired Magazines c r any Periodicals supplied when desired. A good assortment of Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Inks 1. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw ing Materials, Water Colors, 4e. HIISI.ES. testaments, PRAYER 4 HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds. MUSIC- 500KS AND SHEET-MUSIC, Slates, Rnl;rs, Back-Gammon Boards Chess Men. 4c., 4c. PRODUCE of all kinds taker in exchange for Books, 4c. [ll-34] A T OLMSTED aV KELLY'S BTORE8 TORE can always be found the best of Cooking Box and Parlor 8 I O Y E S. Also, TIN ind SUET-1 RON WARE. FOTS. KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS, FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, aud CAULD RONS. Als 1, Agricultural Implements, -itch as PLOWS. SCRAPERS. CULTIVA TORS. CORS'-SIIELLERS, HORSE-RAKES, DOG-POWfc US, Ac. THEIR WORK is well made and the material good. Good and substantial HAVES-TROUGHS put up in any part of the County—Terms easy. Ready Pay of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused. Store on i lain Street opposite the Old Court House, Coui ersport. Aug. 1, 1859.-50 Jlffo f)arntss §ljop ! r |IHE undersigned w ouhl respectfully inform ; I the surrounding community that he has •aken the rooms formerly occupied by John 4. Mann, \vl ere lie is prepared to do All kinds of Harness Work m the slior est notice. LOW B- STRAW COLL IRS. ilso kept c nHantly on hand. These collars re a super orarticl", and need but a trial to msure theii success. Rep< trine] done in good style. Surcingles, Martingale-rings, Humes, and Hame straps, 4c., kept constat tly on hand. The public are invited to call and examine, before purchasing elsewhere. S. P. MINAR. Co-.:dersport Oct. 16th, 1860. BROWN SUGAR for 10 cents per pound and County orders taken at 85 rents on j the dollar nt the Pott Office Store. 1 Jan. ft, To Consumptives. fINHE Advertiser, having been restored to JL health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe long affection, and that dread disease. Consumption—is anxious to make known to his ftliow-suffcrers the means of cure. To all who desire it. he will send a copy of tne prescription used (free of charge.) with the directions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure Cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sfc. The on ly object of the advertiser in sending the Pre scription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which he conceives to be invalua ble, and he hopes every sufferer will try his rem'-dy, as it cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the pre scription will please address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON. Williamsburg. Sept. 24. —3m. Kings County, N. Y. STOP! STOP! MONEY, MONEY SAVED! AT TBS Union Clothing Emporium ! Corner of Main and Plank Road Sts. YOU WILL SAVE From 25 to SO Cents! on every Dollar By purchasing your CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS At the new Union CLOTHING EMPORIUM. D. STRAUS & CO. Wellsville, N. Y., 1862 UNPARALLELED ATTRACTION! New Store! New Goods! The undersigned b>g leave to inform the public that they have opened business at IVELLSVILLE, N. Y., and Plank Road Streets.opposite lock, where they will display an tock of ymade Clothing, and FURNISHING GOODS, far surpass in quality, style and ng ever exhibited in this town, fare that to build up a large trade, ly necessary to have desirable 0 SELL THEM CHEAP, And we will make it an object for buyers to examine our stock before purchasing else where. All goods shown cheerfully, repre sented fairly,and submitted to the purchaser's unbiased opinion. This is a branch of an extensive manufac turing 1 ouse in Elmira, N. Y., and therefore you will find all Clothing well made and got np in the latest style. An early call will most assuredly secure a splendid bargain at the UNION CLOTHING EMPORIUM. D. STRAUS & CO. Wellsville, June 1802 P. A. STEBBINS & CO. Have jus*, received a NEW LOT OF BRADFORD PLOWS AND POINTS. / Which they are SELLING VERY LOW FOR READY PAY. March 12, 1862. $l5O BEST PIANOS. 9100 GROVESTEKN & HALE, having removed to their new wareroomi, NO. 478 BROADWAY, are now prepared to offer the public a mag nificent new scale full 7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, containing all improvements known in thia country or Europe, over-strung bass, French grand action, harp pedal, full iron frame, far SloO CASH, WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. Rich moulding cases, $175 lo S2OO, all warranted made of the best seasoned ma terial, and to stand better than any sold for j'4oo or SSOO by the old methods of manufac ture. We invite the best judges to examine and try these new instruments, and we stand nady at all times to test theuj with any otheri manufactured in this count.y. GRAVESTEEN & HALR, 3m] 478 Broadway, New York. rfAPONIFISR, SAPONIFIER! THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER : All Kitchen Grease can be made into good SOAP, by using Saponificr ! 1 DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX Soap is as easily made with it, as making a cup of coffee. Manufactured only by the Patentees. PENN'A SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, No. 127 Walnut street, Philadelphia. . Feby. 1, 18*3. 1 j The Bugle Calls! The War has Begun! A War of Extermination against Bad Teeth, Bad Breath, Diseased Gams, Toothache, Ear ache, and Neuralgia. OUR ATILLERY IS Dr. Wm. B. Kurd's DENTAL TREASURY: A complete set of Remedies for PRFSERVING THE TEETH, PURIFYING THE BREATH AND MOUTH, and CCRING TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA. CONTENTS T Dr. nurd's celebrated MOUTH WASII.I bottle. Dr.Hurd's unequahd TOOTH TO WDER, 1 box Dr. Herd's magic TOOTHACHE DROPS, 1 box Dr. Ilurd's UNRIVALLED NEURALGIA PLASTER. Dr. Ilurd's MANUAL on the Best Means of Preserving the Teeth, including Directions for the Proper Treatment of Children's Teeth. FLOSS SILK for cleaning between the Teeth. TOOTH PICKS, etc., etc. Prepared at Dr. Hurd's Dental Office, 77 Fourth St., Brooklvn, (E. D.I Price, ONE DOLLAR; or, SIX for $5. The Dental Treasury makes a package eight inches by five, and is sent by express. Full direction for use is on each article. The following articles we can send separ ately. by mail, viz: The Treatise on Preserving Teeth sent, post paid, on receipt of Twelve Cents, or four stamps. The Neuralgia Plaster , for Neuralgia in the Face, Nervous Headache, and Earache, sent, postpaid, on receipt of Eighteen cents, or six stamps. The Neuralgia and Rheumatic Plaster (large sizi,) for pains in the Chest, Shoulders, Back, or any part of the body, 6ent. post-paid, on receipt of Thirty-Seven cents. Address >Yni. . Hurd & Co Tribune Buildings, New York. Dr. Hurd's MOUTH WASII, TOOTH POW DER, and TOOTHACHE DROPS cannot be sent by mail, but they can probably be obtain ed at your Drug or Periodical Stores. If they cannot, send to us for the Dental Treasury, price, One Dollar, which contains them. NOW, ARE DR. HURD'S PREBARATIONS GOOD 1 The best evidence that they are is, that their firmest friends and best patrons are those who have used them longest. Da. WILLIAM B. HUKD is an eminent Dentist of Brooklyn. Treasurer of the New" Y'ork State Dentists' Association, and these preparations have been used in his private practice tor years, and no leading citizen of Brooklyn or Williamsburgh questions their excellence, while eminent Dentists of New York recommend them as the best known to the profession. Without the aid of advertising, dealers have sold them by the gross. The Editor of the Brooklyn Daily Times says : "We are happy to know that our friend, Dr. 1 Hurd, is succeeding beyond all expectations with his Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder. The great secret of his success rests with the fact that his articles are precisely what they are represented to be, as we can testify from their long use." The well-known P. T. Barnum writes :—"I found your Tooth Powder so good that my j family have used it all up. We find it the j best Powder for the teeth that we ever used. I shall feel obliged if you will send meanother supply at the Museum at your convenience, with the bill." But their cos* is so small that every one may test the matter for himself Beware of the ordinary Tooth Powders. Dr. Hurd's Tooth Powder contains no acid, nor alkali, nor charcoal, and polishes without wearing the enamel. Use no other. WHAT DOES DR. HURD'S REMEDIES EFGECT 1 Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder will give young ladies that finest charm in woman—a sweet breath and pearly teeth. Try thein, ladies. Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder will cieanse the mouth from all foul exhala tious. and if used in the morning, will make the breakfast taste sweeter and the day begin more pleasantly. Hundreds of persons can testify to this. Try them, gentlemen. Dr. Ilurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder are the best preparations in the world for cur ing BAD BTIEATH and giving firmness and health J to the gums. Hundreds of cases of Diseased Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth, Canker, etc., have been cured by I)r. Hurd's astringent wash. Dr. Hurd s Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder give an additional charm to courtship, and make husbands more agreeable to their wives and wives to their husbands. They should be useu by every person having ARTIFCIAL TEETH, which are liable lo impart a taint to the mouth. Dr. Ilurd's Toothache Drops cure Toothache arising from exposed nerves, and are the best friends that parents can have in the house to save their children from to-tue and themselves from loss of sleep and sympathetic suffering. Farmers and Mechanics! you cannot well afford to neglect your teeth. For a triflingi sum, yon can now get preservatives, than j which Rothschild or Astor can get nothing; better. Remember that Dyspepsia and Con- ! sumption of the Lungs often originate in Neg-! leet of Teeth. Send for the Treatise on Teeth, and read Dr. Fitch's observation on this sub ject. If too late to arrest decay in your own teeth, save your children's teeth. Xeuralgia Plasters. Dr. Ilurd's Neuralgia Non-adhesive Plasters are the most pleasant and successful remedies ever prescribed for this painful disease. The patient applies one, soon becomes drowsy,falls asleep, and awakes free from pain, and no' blister or other unpleasant or injurious con sequenees ensue. For Earache and Nervous Headache, apply according to directions, and relief will surely follow. Nothing can be ob tained equal to Dr. Hurd's Compress for Neu ralgia. Try them. They are entirely a novel, curious, and original preparation, and won derfully successful. They are of two sizes, one small, for the face, price 15 i.ents, and the other large, for application to the body, price 37 cents. Will be mailed on receipt of price and one stamp. WHAT ARE THE PEOPLE DOING T The American people are intelligent enough o appreciate preparations that contribute so much to the happiness of those using them. I and they want them. Every mail brings us | letters, some ordering the TREATISE ON TEETH, j some the NEURALGIA PLASTERS, and not a few enclosing 37 cents for the MOCTII WASH, to be sent bv mail; but to those we are compelled to reply that it is impossible to send a half pint bottle by mail. The people want these Remedies. Who will supply than? Now is the Chance for Agents. Shrewd agents can make a small foitune in carrying these articles around to families. The Dental Treasury is the neatest article that man or woman can carry around. Send f one and see, or, better, a dozen, which we will sell as samples for $7. WM, B. HARD <& CO. Tribune Buildings, New Y'ork. That remittances may be made with confi dence, W. B. H. & Co. refer to the Mayor of Brooklyn ; to G.W. Griffith, Presid't Farmers' and Citizens' Bank, Brooklyn, aid to others. SOMETHING NEW ! 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 makes a neat and uniform hem while the operator is sewing. NO LADY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT It is cheap, simple, beautiful, and useful. The Hcmuier and Shield will be sent free of charge co receipt of the price, 25 cents. Enclose stamp for descriptive circular and terms. A L SO, DOWNER'S METROPOLITAN SKEIN-WEINDER AND Sewing-Bird Combined Is an article of real merit. It is used for the purpose of winding skeins of Thread, Silk, Cotton, Yarn, Floss, Worsted, Ac. 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 the Sew.ng-Bird. Price 50 Cts. to $1 according to Style and Finish. $l5O per Month can be Real ized by enterprising Agents (wanted in every town and County throughout the United States and Canada,) selling the above articles, as sales are rapid, profits large, and has no com petition. A liberal discount to the trade. Address A, H. Downer, . 442 Broadway, New York, Patentee and Sole Proprietor. N.B.—General and exclusive Agencies will be granted on the most liberal terms.—nil93m TIIE DAY SCHOOL BELL A NEW SINGING BOOK FOR DAY SCHOOLS, called the DAY SCHOOL BELL is now ready. It contains about 200 pages of choice Songs, Rounds, Catches, Duetts. Trie s, 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- , narv teachers will find themselves entirely j successful in instructing even young scholars to sing correctly and scientifically, while the : tunes and words embrace such a variety ol | lively, attractive and soul-stirring music and ! sentiments, that no trouble will be experi enced in inducing all beginners to go on with zeal in acquiring skill in one of the most ; health-giving, beauty-improving, happiness yielding, and order-producing exercises ot school life. In simplicity of its elements, in variety and adaptation of music, and in , excellence and number of its songs, original, j 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 few sam ple pages of the Elements, Tunes, and Songs, are given in a cireular; 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 G55.- ! 000 in 3G months. Prices, paper covers, 2u ; cents, sls per 100 ; Bound, 30 eents, $22 per l 100 * cloth bound, embossed gilt, 40 cents. ; S3O per 100 25 copies furnished at the 100 i price. Mailed Iree at the retail price. HORACE WATERS, Publisher, No. 481 Broadway, New York. SOMETHING FOR TIIE TIMES!!! A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD ! JOHNSkCROSLEVS American Cement Glue, The strongest Glue in the World For Cementing Wtod, Leather, Glass. Icon/, China, Marble, Porcelain, Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc.. The only article of the kind ever produc ed which will withstand Water. EXTRACTS: "Every housekeeper should have a supply j of Johns A Crosley's American Cement Glue " —New York Times. "It is so convenient to have in the house." —Sew York Express. "It is always ready ; this commends it to j everybody. ' — X. Y. Independent. "We have tried it, and find it as useful iu our house as water."- Wilkes 1 Spirit of the Time.- j Prire 25 Cents per ISodle. Very liberal reductions to Wholesale Dealers. TERMS CASH. Fo r sale by all Druggists and Store- I keepers generallv throughout the country. j JOHNS ACROSLEY, (Sole Manufacturers.) 78 William Street, New York. (Corner of Liberty Street.) jyOlyr THE HEROES OF PEACE AND TIIE HEROES OF WAR E. Anthony, No. 501 Broadway. New York, is now publishing, in addition to other por traits, the celebrated collection known in Eu rope and America as Brady * National Photographic Portrait Gallery, in -which is included Portraits of nearly all the prominent men of America, not excepting Jell Davis, Gen Beauregard, Floyd, and a host of other confederates. Trice 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 form. Also, Stereoscopic views of scenes in Paris, Lon don, and in other parts of England and France, in Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Holland, Switzer land, Spain, on the Itnine, 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,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 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 iree by mail, on receipt of a stamp. E. ANTHONY, 501 Broadway, jyly near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York. HORACE W ATERS PIANOS. MELODEONS. ALEXANDRE ORGANS, ASP T. GILBERT k CO.'S celebrated JEOLIAN PIANOS are the finest instruments for Parlors and Churches now in use. A large assort ment can be seen at the new Warerooms, 481 BROADWAY, between Grand and Broome Streets, which will be sold at extremely low orices. PIANOS and MELODEONS from sun dry makers, new and second hand, to let, and rent allowed if purchased, as per agrcemcut. Monthly payments received for the same. Also, second-hand Pianos and Melodeons at great bargains, prices from $25 to SIOO. Sheet Music, Music Books, and all kinds ol Music Merchandise at War prices, i HORACE WATERS, Agent. ayer's a, CHERRY OC PECTORAL, SS FOR THE RAPID CURE OF Colds, Coughs, and Hoarseness. f Brixfielu, Mass.. SOth Dec., 1855. \ ! Dr. J. C. Atkr :I do not hesitate to sav Ajf* J the beet remedy I have ever found for £ . Co ugh a. Hoarseness, Influenza, and the i^ 5 concomitant symptoms of a Cold, is your <r~ Ciikrrt Dkctoral. Its constant use in *3 - mv practice and my family for the last ten years has shown it to possess supe rior virtues for the treatment of these ' j complaints. EBKN KNIUIIT. M.D. V i A. It. MORTLRT, FAQ.,of Utic.a, X. Y., writes- '-y , ! used your Pectoral myself and in mv family ever sr. I you invented it. and believe it the me.ii.-ine for'iu j purpose ever put out. With a bad cold Ishni l < ' , I pay twenty-live dollars for a bottle than Jo without it >r j take any other remedy." 1 Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza. Sprixofikld, Miss., Feb 7 nyo Brother Ater: I will rliei-rfiillr certify your I'm- r,, is the liest remedy wo possess for the euro of |p„ k ,„ ' (bugh, Civup, and the chest diseases of children W 9 rf your fraternity in the South appreciate vour All aad | oommoud your medicine to our people. IIIRAM COXKLIX, M. D. i AMOS LEE, Esq.. Moxterit. Iwrites, 3d Jan.. ISOS • "I had a tedious Influenza. which confined me in ' r , six weeks; took many mediciti. without r.-ii-f: finally tried your Pectoral by the advice of our <. ler-vniaii ] The first dose relieved the soreness in my thriiit and lungs; loss than one half the bottle nt.ido tne conpletelj well. Your medicines are the cheapest .as well a- the ! sI we can buy. and we esteem you, Doctor, and your retue | dies, as the poor man's friend." Asthma or Phthisic, and Bronchitis. Wi st Maim Barat, p... i T | I Sre: YourCncßßT Pectoral is performing marvellous I cures in this section. It has relieved several f: m alarm- I ing symptoms of consumption, and is now curing a man ! who has labored under an affection of the lun - f. rths : last forty years. HENRY L. PARKS, Merchant. I A. A. RAMSEY. M.D.. Atim, M n 1 . 1 writes. Sept. fi, 1555: " During my practice of m.anv ve u-, I have found nothing equtii to your ("jieiuiy Pectoral for ' giving ease ami relief to consumptive patients, or curing j such as are curable." We might add volumes of evidence, but the most e„ n . rincing proof of the virtues of this remedy is found in ii effects upon trial. Consumption. Probably no one remedy lnvs ever been known which cured so many and such dangerous cases as this. Some no human aid can reach; but even to those the Crkxrt Pectoral affords relief and comfort. Astor House, New Yoke Citt. March 5. 1*56 Doctor Aver. Lowell: I reel it a duty and a pleasure to inform yon what your Chep.rt Pectoral has done for iny wife. She had been five months laboring under the dangerous symptoms of Consumption, from which no aid we could procure gave her much relief, Nhe was steadily failing, until Dr. Strong, of this city, where we have come J for advice, recommended a trial of your medicine. Me bless his kindness, as we do your skill, for she has recov ered from that day. She is not yet as strong as he used to be. but is free from her cough, ami cails he rself well. Y'ours with gratitude ami regard, ORLANDO SHELBY, e F Shslutville. Cbnsumptires. do not d-spair till you have tried Atf.p's Cherry Pectoral. It is made by one of the lw -t medical chemists in the world, and its cures all around r.> t speuk the high merits of its virtues. — Philadelphia Let/per. Ayer's Cathartic Pills. CITHK sciences of Chemistry and Medicine have lesn A taxed their utmost to produce this best, lir.st perfect purgative which is knowu to man. Innumerable pioofs are shown that these Pills have virtues which surpass m excellence the ordinary medicines, and that they win ut precedentedly upon the esteem of all men. Tin y are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful to cure. Tlr ir pene trating properties stimulate the vital activities of the liodv, remove the obstructions of its organs, purify tho blood, and expel disease. They purge out the foul humors which breed and grow distemper, stimulate sluggfoli or d!or dered organs into their natural action, ami impart healthy tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do thev cure the every-day complaints of every lody. but also formidable and dangerous diseases that have baffed the best of human skill. X\ hile they prndrov ]>owerfnl effects, they are at the same time, in diminished doses. th safest and liest physic that can l>e employe I for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to tn!:; an i being purely vegetable, are free liom any risk of harm. Cures have 1-een made which surpass belief were they net sub stantiated by men of such exalted position art 1 character as to forl'id the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergymen and physicians have lent their names to certi fy to the public the reliability of my r:n< . . -. v hile eth ers have sent me the assurance of their conviction thst my Preparations contribute immensely to the relief of my afflicted, suffering fellow-men. The Agent below nurned is pleased to fitrt h gratis n-.y American Alwsnsc, contain in ; directions for their use ami certificates of their cures. ~f the foil.,vring <■ nij ' iii:t Costiveness. Bilious Complaints. Kheun . -0. Dropsy, Heartburn. Heads he arising from a foul ■; m h. Nan sea. Indigestion. M u'id Inacb uol t! f •: 1 Pain arising therefrom. Flatulency. Iz's* ~f At; ■<',o. all Vlcor ona and Cutaneous Di- whi 1-. • piire an avacaant Medicine. Scrofula or King's Evil. I'll \ also, bv purify ing the blood and stimulating the -x ' ->i, cure many complaints whit h it would not l.c su;; i th v could reach, such as Deafness. Partial Blindness. 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