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ti ii uiornirj g rthere were added to dur
travelers a, pair , who lOokest like:
..:34rieW131i, the gentle:min-Was - atoll, rri*boned,
OL the ?hell' horae,,balfhalf slip:toe?,
fair .matih. for
e passengers• from•biapelesitt sr:tiol..
ilifikiho'gentlermari,Whalteb all thong been
kiltbrVkia PreaOier:;4kout nitieo'Clecti
slight :I wits' COnviirtiing..,With . the •cEreverend".
• gentleman ' sr_ en ,a ,young, man stepped.up an d
iddressing •kins,'temarked, - "We're' going •to
have i , ividdier•; • thi4" would like to hive 'jou
'right :he replied.langh
;l4lininds.We'itePPed into the , ladies' Cabin,
wbere . aure eneugh , this couple -Stood 'waiting.
"IcAsking „games" .and. several '
min : throuih with "during th'e
',eirenlngiand supposed this was merely con
tledatiols et the , sport, • and' so thought, the .
•••!'preaaher,who, .I could °
. ree, had good' deal
Of humor*: - him , •and Was inclined so,promote
•.. . • .
general good , feeling and meriment. 'The co'n
- Isle stood r up' before him, (egood deal. mores*
sins than , was necessary In a mock marriage, 1,
thought) and the "preacher" asked'thg neses,'•
sary'questians, and then proceeding, is the usu
. al way inncninceil them mhdaband , and
Theie was , a good deal of :fun afterward and
When irwas 'over I left the' cabin- 7 •and so did
ibe,"Preacher,",•who remarked to me that' he
• liked to see :the young folkst.enjoying them.:
• selyee,smd . . took a great deal of 'pleasure in
• contributin g to their fon; Intt,,he did not under
stand,why, they should select . ':bin to act the
',Oreactter . ; :. • • • .
. • Jurt ihen:SOMO. one called me aside, and the ,
old• . •getitlenian stepped into his . state-room,
which was next . to mine. fWhen• f •returned,
hood open, and the . "preachor!' stood •
just inside with hir coat and veit•aff, • and one
. boot' 'in his hand, talking.with this gentleintin
who played the "attendant.," and, Who; as I
ceme up remarked: "Well, if that is the dase,
it is a 'good joke, for thei ate in earnest, 'and,
have retired to' the s'arne . state-room," The
old. gentleman raised both hands as he ex:
'ed: "Good heaven!!! you don't tell' me . 'so!"
and rushing, 'just as. ho was: boot in hand, to
the stateroom indicated, commenced eh assault
on the door as if he would , bat•ter it down, ex'
claiming at • each lick: • "For heaven's sake
don't, I alri't a ,preacher !" :rho whole cabin
was aroused, every, state-room.. flying open
With a slain, when the door opened, and the
"Arkansas traveller," poking out his head
coolly remarked: •:01.d hos'3., you're rayther too
TRANSPLANTINGLaRVi TREEB.—A Paris CO r
respondent,of. the Boston Transcript, giiies Some'
information ,on the • 'same subject; _regarding
which 'Several inquiries have • recently : been
made °Um:* fle••statesthat the champs Ely
seekia undergoing .great ittiproVements, apd
among theirest, trees two feet in diameter:are.
being transplanted in it to take the'. place of
old and decayed ones. He thee describes the
• ofieintiong—nlt is a strange sight to . see a.tree
Iwo feet 'in diameter, in full foliage, moving. up
Ab . rough boulevard, on, wheels.' I have
een astonished at:the: siza of Some of these
trees that I have 'seen riding , by me, and my
• v41°54164, me about it mile out of 'the city
to see the proems:B,of
~ taking. them out of :the
ground,' which as
,followa:A circle le cut
round the , tree about three feet fronkthe trunk;
lad'at a depth of about. ftye feet through roots
and earth. ' The earth Which adheres-to . -.the
,toots is ''covered and bound .with , brush and
roped to keep,all together; then large chains are
passed iider,the whole, and the ends bough
ifP aboye-the surface of the ground. It now
being ready., to be removed, two heavy ' stron g
planks are lelitdown outside of ; the holes to
receive the wheels of waggon, which 'is
made 'or: iron, and a skeleton .boily, of only two
side.. piecei; which connect . the' fore and of t
Wheels; the front wheels having an . axletre . e
passing frcititene side'to the other, while the
rear wheels are hung . .. like. thoie upon Many .
railitiad'. cars, having._ one open space, and .
stringthened by : a ,heavy piece Of iron, which
can be removed, at pleasure: • Over each. wheel
is it,wiridlass to bidet it by i'crank. Now,
ing ready to take up .
.the tree,*the heavy cross
piece. behind is.' rentoved and the vehicle- is
-backed upon th.e, planks, and the trunk of :the
Irea"nctw stands up .through: the Of the
wagon body; the ends of the - chains ere trthde
'fast. to, the windlass, , and eight strong : men - ,
two each' crank,' wind: up the chains nud
awing Ilie..tree; ronts and earth, to the wagon,
put: ia' the'rress-piettie behind, :attach froth four
to six .horses, -and drive .off... The tree is put
into.tbe ground in :'the same: 'manner as it is'
taken out; , In this way some,of the avenues
of I'arts, which: amonth.ego.yvere exposed td
'the hcit 'melting Ann, - are now ;converted into .
Iteautifel ‘ cdol and shady:walks; where one may,
'sit Ids - case under the refreshing influence of
the soft, soothing 'tweeze from the Seine, sand
"Athirst - the beautiful scenery aurrounding him."
Scienqfic American. ' '
••tibry son, h . avn't told you three times to
go, and shut that gate?" said - a father to a four
roar" old lad. - • .
“Yel, arid havn't I told you these three times
thatilwouldn't do it. " You must be stupid.'"
( COURT. PROCLAMATION. •
urtHERRAs; the lion. Robert
WV President Judge, and , the Hons.- J. , Dar.
thlg and.S. Rolmes, Associate Judges of the
Courts of.oyer & Terminer and
Delivery, Quarter Sessions of Peace, Or
, Phalle' , Court and • Court of , Common Pleas for
the County of M'Kean have lashed their, preeept,
bearing date Saturday, the second day of July,
in ~the . year of our Lord • one
'hundred and 'fifty-nine, and tome directed, for
• holding a`Court of Oyer.andTe'rminerand Gen
era:Jail Delivery ) Quarter Session s ,of the
Peace, Orphans! Court,' and Court of Common
Picas, in the ,Borough of Smethport, on Mon
day,lhntirehty ; sixtir day •cif September; next,
and to continue one week. . .
io therefore hereby given to the Coro-.
.•-,,riersi'44liceif of the -Peace. and. Conatables
withinahe : county, that they, be then and there
proper' , ,ifi:olieit . : ersons, it' 10 . o'clock A. M. of
14 their rolls, records, inquisitions,
r'' i6IUI rememb meet!, to do
t*110111144 - 14,Orhit4 Oak offices appertain to.e
iii:4 -1- 20dIfkplief,;who are bound by theirree.
o irol . 4f,roli . toieOute the prisoners that are or
#ll#l iti(43.10,..,p4 • 0:C 'raid 'county. of Millean;
I ; Ocii#'44l4'',Oarci to
thri.l4tV#lKio.#l - koependike uf the
ITliiiterfiliiiPet*frAittiriei.ir! - : , c, - I' . . • .
•H:.i - qi , E•t:•... , 1 , ..,-'.-.Y.' ,
WILCOX'& I Y,ATQN
-IwEG: LEAVE. TO A 14107 , Ne E fiat t bey
i nn haie received the'ir first s'.ock.of ;
.S.P.iti.'NG..44:summlt,G.Q . Lips
And.ore now tirernited to welcome their, friends
anti cnstiiitiers,and offer them anew And .desir,...
IN 'LLL ITS VARJETY;
BOOTS,. AN D ::STIQV,S
TITS:* ' &,, :--..-CAly.,
And a cliOiti stock of
will .nOt lieaiy. your patience. by .eimine
i-ating,:but,piir stock.ia very Full and Complete
and we doubt, not, you will fetid sonlething'•ta,
please you both:as.tp quality.anLptice: . ,
• :Windy..A.thiertisementa will do for. some,
Truth will Wear:.getter,•a.hd we
only nal;:an'ckarnination'and arc confident we
can do you g00d.'..• . ~.•
COME' :AND .i.'SE.E.
. . .
• • • WILCOX ,& ' EATO N
Olean, April 18, 1850...
AL, .SPLENDID LOT . OF TEAS, at ..." •
. WILCOX & EATON'S,
Nlfrom COAL, with LAMPS to burn
J3l: the same, WILCOX & EATON'S;
A cHolpn ASSORTMENT at
, . WILCOX & EATON'S,
.N . -..w::..Q.a0i).5.
JUST RECEIVED AT
KILMATI :t ASLEI
TO vis 111111.131TAL4TS OV
ALL.:. tit 101 D 1610
ottbera tiftle a
1.-N hIll:1031, AR.
nn Sutnieriber Tenon , tinily announeen to the,Vitizeini
JL of this County that lotwithatanding the hard times
he to on baud agairt:thif [Trio; with b, good aaeor trdent
Vlach bets bound t' e9ll..er'y Chf‘Op (or
READY PAY ONLYO
• Having' done business in this ,County for nearly ton
fears, I have come to the' conclusion that I cao:nolou:
,ger do business on the . •
. . , . .
CREDIT, SYST E M,
. . ,
And I ' shatt.nolonger do this kind of bueineits. • Persons
wishing anything,, in my line can. buy. good: work, and as
cheap as at any other eatibllshment of the-kind.. . .
:ONE PRICE AND' READY: PAY
Shall - be mytno motto, and .there you nill alm'aYs litatne
Then practice no more thi's wOyst of crimes. •• •
Called,getting shayed, but save your Din.s
By.buying cheap for ready pay... •
And .then you will come out all right in the
limettiport; Yob. MASCO
HE test (hound and Ungrnund Coffeina;'
cluap,• at: tba,
. .< l , !star Ileuqa Stara. . •B.'p l. 11101 IT .
iurILK PANS; all now and shiny—ryou can
IVI. see an honest man's face in them as soon
as you any over t 1,3 , MASON'S.
To . THE , PUBLIC.
- 1)E IT KNOWN 'THAT '
N. S. BUTLER & CO' OLEAN(
'ARE. RECEIVING PNE. OF T•,IIE
A DA PT.ED . -11 0 IH> XT V
CONSISTING. OF THE LATEST
fi*ESS. - -H.GPUp.S;:
'Which neither' time nor spade can. describe
MThLINERY . GOODS,
C L.O TIIS, VESTING S,
011.. HOSIER Y .,
Farmers! and Mechanic CAS§IMERES,
SUMMER STUFFS; in g'reat.varieties,
MIRRORS,, WALL AND . WINDOW PAPER,
Leather, &e., &c.
knd . a thoucand other. _things which they can
'and will sell at such prices is:to'defy:
as everybody has, seen for the last year.
Is the'only wdy to sel1 4
gooqs, with protilpt
attention, without deception or. hum-
bug to any , one. Knowirig that
CLOSE CASH BUYERS T,0..L00K
Inathonso - Stook
Before pOrchasing elsewhere, atitl:yrO
GIVE THEM THEIR MONEVS WORTH
, .. •
N. S. riumurt, t N, S. BUTLER BE . CO.
U.NlilNt s :. • • .04IC Price Regulator
LARGEST . .STOCItS OF
Ever offered for 641 e in,Y,esfero
'Ne Yoyk, which . is just
STYLE AND FASHION OF
IN. ENDLESS VARIttIFIS
1 . Of every description,
GENT'S & .LADIE'S GLOVES
.BOOTS AND SHOES,
any'stnall stock to dompeto.
BelieVing still ~ that the
ONE PRICE. SYSTEM
the Peop,le're Best, :ftdgei,
we cordially invite. all
IPI EDLC A L 111 A LYTA.L,'
Being an original rind popular Treatise on .
lheu 'Physiology,.FOnctions .ana ..Sexual
orders of eirety-lcirM, with -•
nev.oi 7 f4iling:rprii,
. ota veil
'0 irate:And. delictite 'chttracteri: incidentto
vipititip p . of, , th'o..itaiws Nature find 'of Na'
-• ' ..• : The author of the above
• uti volume ..is • a . graduate,
Pi." : 4 6 l and . -having, devdted' a
'4 'quorter•of a century to
-.:.the study and .treatment.
• /RA,sa f , of Syphilis and• 'kindred
disorders as a speciality,
ost invaluable information-in•regard to l'he'
same,.and is able- to compress into wade me um
compass the very : quinteaeenee of medical .66:
ence on this•important„aubject ;. and is. the're.
- stilt of the experience of the most eminent
,physicians in Europe and America is thorough
ly demonstrated .'in' hia own highly successful
practice in the treatment of secret diseases in
many thousands of cases - in' the city 'of Phila
delphia alone. . • •
Testinzony . of Ike Prof. of Obstertries-in . Penizia.
':'.College, PI ' • •
•-• " DR. . MEDICAL 'MA.NUAT." • The.
author Of. this work; unlike the Majority . . of.
those, who • adliertige to cure-'the diseases of
• which-it Area ts,.iiiiira.driate of one of the best
'Colleges in.: the
pleasure recommend' him. to the anforeq . irate,
or to the victim ofmalpractice,*ei sssjul
.pperienced 'practitioner,' in .whose- honor
and integrity they may place - the krentest . can
fiderici:* • .'
.• JOS.•S; LONGSHORE,p..
.Fram:.A.,Nrooduyd M. Penn- ,Usher-:
It giVe6 me pleasere to add: my testirriony to.
-theprofessional . ability Of the Author,
fr Medical -"NumerouS :case's of:dii
ease& ofthe Genital 'Organs, some of them of
longstanding,,-have. come under my notice, in
which.his has been manifest in restoring
to perfect . health;-in some 'instances where the
been.consideteel beyond medical aiil.
thl the treatment of 'seminal -Weakness, or Ks - -
arrangement of thejunctions-produced by Sell
.ablise; or Eziess of veneiY; I • do hot know...his
..stiperi'm in:the, profession:
. haire . been. quairited with th l e'. Author some.. thirty years,.
end deein . it 'no 'more .then justice to him as
well as - a kindness to the- Unfortunate victims
of early indiscretion, tci,recorrimend him as one
in whose.. professional - ski)] and integrity they
May safely confide -themselvei.. • " .
' • • ALFRED WO6DWA RD, M. D..
.pne copr n secorely enveloped;.will beforwaril
ed free of Postage to any part . . of the Voited•
States for 25 cents, or' 6.* copies fur Ad,
dress, post Cp;;PublUhere,
box 107, Philadelphia.; . . ••
117 - Booksellers, Canvassers tind Book Agent's
supplied on the, most liberal terns.
SUCTION. &,FORCE RUMP
India Rubber Ball Valves
SUBSChlßEil.thaving Nrchased the
right . to make 'and sell this New Pump,
feels • a',confidence that his efforti to bring it
into general use, in this•county, will be secon
ded by.all who see its construction and opera-,
• . .
Among ;the many advantages secured by the
use of this. - Pump,
,the following tpay be COu.
ff . .
double Kction,-by.whicit twice. the wa
ter can be raised at theaaine •. .
•2. 'Great ease' in working; thus . adapting the
Force Principle to common %yelli. *.
• '3...The tranaformation, in a moment, 0r the
Pump into an .efficient FIRE ENGiNE, thus'. ren
dering the loss of dwelltnge by fire; totally un
necessary.'. • ••
4. 'Capability of . watering gardens; Lawns,
otsprinkling.walks, Washing Windows, .&c:,
with'the..utmo&Cease and thoroughness.
' 5. Power to raise water - with slight labor to
any reasonable he:ight, .as in supplying chain
•6. The convenience - of having the Pump in
kitchen,,Or other rooms Of your dwelling, with=
out regartUto the location of the Well or' Cis-
7. The.. easy protection of the instrument
against Frost. ' . •
• 8. The ease with which it'JnaY be mounted
on wheels, or in other Ways be'matie portable:
• 9. A simplicity which ensures great •dure
bility, protects it from beink thrown out of
der, and makes apy • repairs' easy and of little
cost: ' • . .
• 10.. Great Cheapness:. for the Ufirst time
bringing the cost the Force Pump into the
neighborhood. of the:,common .Suction and
Chain Pumps, While it is immeasui•ably supe
Manufactured and for sale by the' silb.icliber,
only, at his shop in Mechanicsburg.
N . fec,ll-anicsburg; March'lB, 1858. -•
TAMES McDONALD wobld inform the pub
that; he has fitted up a ‘ shop
,At the lower
end of town, on the pretnises reeently , occupied
by N. Metlbury,,ris a carding factory, and is
prepaied to build•all.kinds of ' • ,
• CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
At . sliort - notice, in a Workmtin.like .msnner;
and at reasonable
.priees. .Ijaving had a large,
experitmee in the business, -he 'feels satisfied
that his work willfully meet the requirements
elan who will (avorhim with their patronage.
Repaifing promptly attended to; •.
Smethport, April, 10;1850. 2.5-tf,
WAGON AND SLEIGH. SHOP
•-: V. SHEPARD would annouce to' the'cit
ry.• izens 'of Smethport and vicinity, that he
has established a Wagon shop `in the building
formerly occupied by.Mr.'Harris, as a tooper
Shop; on Mechanic Street, *here :he is -pre
paredto do all work in his line, with wompt•
nessg•aratin.aworkruenlikeManner., '". •
. , .
Particular attenticip . m,ill be paid to . Repairing;
and the mariutacture ., Sleigbe and . Lu tuber
..'Grain, Of all kinds, taken in exchange for
For riference, call hml.examine.
D. V.' SHEPHERD:
Smethport Oct. 26 1858. "
125. •FLORILLA•ROIVISETis prepared to
_LVI do Sewing of all kinds at her residence on
MainAtreit,:one door below
,Williams' law of,
*flee. She wal 'Cut and Make:men's.and boys
Coats and Pents,.Skirts; Ste., in•good style and
warranteCtO give satisfaction. ••
• Grain and produce ,takert in: exchange'. for
work... - • ." • • Nov. IS, IS4iS.
i1104:0•4V - .84T.OR . S
.. •- .. J . ':1 . T . 1 - _,. 4 ,y7;..4; I_, , r - . 8'.. : ' '
LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM TR:
BLOODY "FIELDS, OF .KANSAS
Once more on . thelightning track of the, 'far
reaChing. Wires, comes the glad
• . peate'and contentment, instead of the
shrill.s.crearri of•the denth.dealing
' maratideir,or.the chilling tale , '•
of.the midnight assassin, • ..
WhOlias, been .irn- • •
• ' hruinkhis hands ": • .
'• . ln the blood',
'.* . beautiful,. and
• • the innocent: , Now ;
instead of the wild cries
• • of Ilespair which "but lately • '
every hill.and valley •.
of our wide-spreacl,land, our •ears are
tilled with the glad'shonts of old, men and:
maidens, young•men and - matrons that are con
F 0 CKPIG TO, T4E • , HEADQUARTERS OF
JUST. OPENED BY
Unkfer . the: 'stiparvisiOu and care of the in.:
'fatigdVla <a AfILES,"
NOT ONLY TO, SE.E. BUT TO BUY
a portion of the
- 01$1, q
Which he has just receivegyom'New Yu'rk
MIL'ES" WIMES IT
That he does not intend tccape-,aftet some Of
his neighbois by boasting of the
lrolOiL..AT'lta . o . o4
C 11-I 11, 1 1-si_ SS
All heasksils - for rurchasers •.
CALL AND L00K..A7...11.14.EN,
~knowing that no one the,
Store empty haddeB after once.
looking at an l
Learning the Price
AT WELCH, HE SELLS GOODS.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Of ev . iry-deicriptioi), frintlpoinmon Overalls
to the finest ctoth Coat;
WARRANTED AS, REPRESENTED,
COME AND. EXAMINE
For yoursetves, as we can ftt anything:Worn ,
boy of Tour years to,a- man of 400 pounds
:And in fact clierytfing . ker4 or sOldintlia
. 111,03,16'' ,E;TORE,-
- Corner of Main and
07 - TWo doors wesi . iif the Baptist Churcit,
Sl\ 'PORT T'A
DR, COGGVATtt,T2S *NEW. MRRICALiAtT.:
k OI INFLAMMATOitI..DISEABES:OII,Y.
New ~lediga! Salt ! Yeti 3ledkal
727 IS NOT A CUlil? . • ALL i
••• • . .
For Infl ..Dis6 . asei- only. •
_L.!. SALT, ihstead.or heing,a remedy' for all .
ilis~ lies eoptro) , Over • batdne ill, has .but one
aim and ieconoriliSh.es hat one thing;2to .
StrabtiEs.l.l,o4A.miA:roay.D!kA.74 wha r bei Ls
form qr whathen in.. the head,' throat,
abdomen,e - ki. retriitioS or skia.: . .
ST EW MEDICAL SALT.. -4s . peculiar
ex.cellenFe. is;that without, the ulelesaloss
of ..blOOd and strength, it.: effeetually cures: In.
"Junin:4 , 4 , u 'Di.sTie.T; (no ot liers)•• by. producing
an equilribrium,ol'ai/r . the fluids in the body; 'the
want orn:'which is the eote CAUSE 0 inflamationt
NTOTIC,E. TO INVALIDS !."! '.The follow
..ing form which the unbalanced fluids as
sumo, and Many not
. here' mentioned, that have
more, or lessfevei•or pain, are as. eaSily . .sub-...
dued'.by the:New Medical Salt, as fire is ex--.
tinguished by. water,.. to wit:. • Brain 'Feller,
`Heaclaehe, Rush of Blond to the Rerid • and
Heart,' Fits,.l.ifilamed. eyes, ears, nose; .lungS
and Met., Neuralgia, Spinal affections,: trysip.
odes,' Bronchitis, .Plearisy; Asthma, Coughs,
Dyspepsia, Venereal. Diseases, Rheumatism,
ScrofFtila, and. all...itching and. other cuta
mous eruptions; Colds, : and Female Disease.s.
TAR: Cogtswell's New. NedicaLSalt ex
efts, itke the vacine tnetter, an exttaordi
nary influence over the veins and arteries . , re
sulting in.a.gradtial deehine of. inflammation as
indicated - by the pulse, which soon tesnmes its
narurai.state, as the %heat, pain and. fever di's-.
, . .
.D R.'. ciAtswell's NeW7l4 - edical .Salt
does just tVhat it claiins to . dO—no more; no
lessequalizes.the fluids by , removing from the
systern all, arterial..'nnd :venous "obstructinns.-
Desi•riptive girculars may be obtained from any
Druggist. , who has this valuable mediine for
Coggswell's New Medical Salt..
Oet. a Circular. 'Ask any. Dt4giSt
'the NEW MEDICAL SALT. Ask yner otelgh.:
bore aboht theNEW MF.DtCA.L' SALT. If
sick, try; 'if z fint sick, renteno'er the NEW RED-
ACtri:PACK.VGES . SI; CIIRoXIC•40,
S4nt by mail, free of expense, on receipt of priie
Invalids with chronic or standing "dis
easeS,.should .t.i.iv4vs order a eh:tonic package.
....D..C. TAYLOR & C 0.,.
Gineria Agents, 202 , , Decd St. Phila..:
DR. COGGSWELVS NEW MEDICAL. SALT
is for .sale in Smethricirt:V J.C. HAMLIN
and by all enterprising. Druggists
wherever the.Dernocrat: is read. As it is not a'
patent medicine, [nit the prescription of•ancm.
inent s Physician nO One should fail to try the
For testimonials and directions.see.dircolar
FIFTY DOLLARS FORFEIT
R.•IIUNTER WILL FORFEIT $50 . .1 .
Dfailing. to 'cure' any cake of secret disease*
that May come under his 'care, no matter how
long standing or afflicting. Either sex 'are hi
ovited. to his Private - Roomk, 44 North SE.V.:
.ENTH St:, PhilatPa, withourfear of interrup
tion from other . patients. Strangers . and others
who haVe'been unfortunate in the selection of
a Physician are invited to call. -
IMPOTENCY.,—Through unrestrained in
dulgenee of th'e paSsionS, by, excess or self
abuseohe evils ire 'numerous. Premature im
potency,.involuntary seminal discharges, wa . st
ing of the organs, loss of .memory,• a distaste
for female society,' general debility, or consti
tutional deran . gement, are sure .to follovV. If.
necessary; consult the :Doctor with confldncei
be'offers a.perfect cure. • -
• READ -AND REFLECT.—The afflicted
'would do well to reflect. befor trusting - their
health and haripiness,-and in many cases their
lives, in the hanus of
.physieians ignorant of
this clas.s in
of aladit.i. It is certainly impossi
ble for one man to understand 'all , the ills the
human :family are subject t 0... Every respecta
lile his peculiar branch, in which
he is more successful than his 'brother profess=
ors; /MA to •that. he devotes mcist - of 'his time
YEARS DF.P.II.ACTIC, exclusivelY dew) . -
ted to the study and treatuient of diseases of
the ,sexual organs, together-with ulcers upon
the body, throat, nose, or leg , s, pains in the
'head, or • bones, loercnrial rheurnaism,•striet
ures, gravel,'irregularities,- diseases .arising
from youthful' excesses, or impurities "of the
blood,. whereby the constitution has becorne
enfeebled, enables' the ,Doctor to . o ff eispeedy
relief to all %rho maY,place themselves tinder
117"Afedicine forwarded to any, part of the
United btate,=-Price Ten Dollars per Package.
.-. • For silo,. DR.. DICKINSON'S CELE BRA
TED . AGNETD-ELECTRIC•
No acid, or other ingredient reqUired ; its power
obtained from, a permanent magnet'. No.
family. 'should be without one..: Price only $lO.
. STONE . : GENTHNER .& CO.,
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AND SIDING, AND::
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Capital $ 00,00
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• Insurances can be, efre.cted• in.the above res
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Any commanicatiop :addressed
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OLD - IRON AND . YAPER-RAGS
T AKEN iu c:cahatige for ware at my store•
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