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PeY VIHTES - of- Sundry writs of Venditiorii
kr a vonas and Rims; Facias issued out of
f Court of CommopPletts of Potter Co., Pa.,
.spAid IQ itle.dirieted, I 'shall erposef to - public
pale or outcry, 4t,"tho Court House in the Bor.
.-6 1 %. 4-4 f cogOenipoiVi)iz MOnday the ,15 . 111 day
.: Brrebripryi • 1858, at id o'clock, A. M., the
Ittltowine, deserilied real estate, to Wit i
• •• 4
, ggitaitit rani estate, situate in Genesee town
.44ip, Potter Co., Pa., Bounded on the north
Nos. 22 t 24, east bylot No. 21, south
west 1;)y lot No. 2i, of the
''allotment of t.he'f o* estate in Genesee town
.:ttPfa's of land, of 'which - about thirty-five acres
Are improved, on •e:ltieli-tu.e one tog house, one
log barn,and an.apple orchard..-Seizc, taken in execution, and to be sold
the property of Asa Doirns.
ALS2-..-Certain real estate to wit: one un
ellyidcil Vag part or motets of the following six
Warszints of laud situate in the townships of
. /lector: A t Pike, Potter Co., Pa., and described
as follows. Warrant No. 5122 containing 604
" at:Fo4,' No. 5123 containing 1000 a c res , N o .
1.24 Containing 7 . K) acres, situate in townships
of Ifeetof k pike—ALSO—Warrant No. 5123
' rgritaining' 0,29 acres, No. 5128 containing
1.040 acres, and warrant No. 5127 containing
. 950 acres of land, situate in Pike township
'lkforesaid same being known as tile Ashley
buds, subject to a mortgage given bey Hunsik
er & Garlock- to -W. A. Walker, recorded on
Book 8.. Page 13, of Miscellaneous Records.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of Cornelius. flunsikee.
- ALSO--Certain real estate situate in Pleas
yalle7 township, Potter Co., Pa., Begin
plug at the north-west corner of a lot surveyed
to George Weimer, Jr., thence east to the north
line of said George Weimer's lot, one hundred
• and eighty-four perches, thence north eighty
eeckes, thence west two hundred perches,
tkence south thirty perches, thence - east six ,
- teen percileif, thence south fifty perches to the
Olsen of beginning, containing ninety-tive
pares, beiag.part - of warrant No. '2.157 of which
t.ffty'acresslre improved, with one frame house,
eye log house, and one lug barn thereon.
,41tet.1; taken in excention, and to be sold as
the property of William Worden.
ALSO—Cerisin real estate situate in Thetor
Township, Potter Co. P., BoWnded nonli by
_ lands of W. 13,..ST,au g lite t , east by the Tioga
POulty.lin,south by lands of Andrew Mallory
it.W.ll.Guernsey and west lav unseated lands
pft.he Bingham Estate, containing one hun
dred and fifty metes, about. twenty acres of
_which are improved, on trhiekthere are one
_one log shed, and some small
seized, taken in execntiOn, and to he sold as
the propertv of Erastus Guernsey.
ALSO-Certain real estate sit oats in Sharon
Township, Potter Co., P.s., and bounded' as
follows to wit . Beginning, et a post the north
west corner. of Simon Draku's lot, thence by
_the line of said lot's:nail ninety-nine perches to
it post, thence north fifty degrees west one hut:-
tired and six . and 2:1 u perches to a post, thence
_north thirty-,thrce and eight tvatlis perches to
.a black ash :corner, thence along the road
Smith fifty degrees, east sixtyzfour and three,
tenths perches to the place of beginning, con
taining forty-four acres and one hundred and
tvienty r nine perches strict measure, of which
. ithciut fo4ricresure improved, on which there
is of frame house, one rrame barn, and some
Seized, Miceli in execution, and to be sold as
- the property of Justin Fobes & Ethel V. Bron
ALSO—certain real estate to wit : the one
equal undivided half part of the following de,
scribed tracts of land situate iu Portage Town
ship, Potter Co., Pa.; surveyed in pursuance
of warrant Nos. 4020, 4621, 4022 46t, 4624,
.4625, 016, 4G37, 4428, 4649, John Barrow. jr.,
warrantee, containing eleven hundred acres
each, and an allowEnce of six per cent, fur
Toads, Ace., and being all unimproved land.
. Seized, taken in execatiun, and to be Sold as
,the property of John L. Mther,
ra.—.A. certain two story saw
ntin, situate in ilie Township of Bingham. in
•setid county, on the East Branch of toe Gene
.aee river, said saw-mill being fifty feet in length
and fifty feet in width, and the lot and c urte.- .
:lage appurtenant thereto described as follows :
Commencing ten rods south and eight}-five
rods west of tile south-west corner of said mill
a heMloek stump two rods south of a creek,
"thence south 32° east sixty-two rods to a
beech, thence north 45° east eighteen rods to
post, thence north 22° west in the newly
-3 / 4 a14 out road forty-sit rods to a small hemlock
?tump, thence north 37° west along said road
toe post; thence south 41.° . west twenty-four
A -ads to the place of beginning, containing nine
acres and seventeen rods.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of Levi Mulls.
.111.. t SO—Certain real estate commencing at
the north-east corner of Lewis Lyman's lot,
hhence east sixty-six rods, thence north one
undred rods, thence west forty-four rods,
`thence north "twenty-five rods, thence west
One hundred and sixty rods, south twenty,five
:Tods, thence east forty-four rods, thence south
pne hundred rods, thence east. ninety-four rods
to the place of beginuing, containing Onelt un
_ftetl ltud twenty-fire acres, being parts of
Wax/nuts Nos. 2153 and 2183 of which sixty
acres eie - iinproved, an which is erected two
frame hoaxes, one frame barn, one log house.
:und with an apple orchard thereon.
• ' Sei;ed, taken iq Wention, and to be sold as
the property•of J. C. Tesseu d en. ,
ALSO=-Certain real estate to wit : situate
Oswayo Township, Potter Co„ Pa., Begin
ping it a post in the west line. of land la pds
:session of W. L.:Shattuck, thence east one huu
-died and forty rods to the north-west corner
pf a lot formerly owned by Thomas NV. Olcot,
'thence 'loath by said Oleot's lands one hun
'tired and twenty-three rods to a post, thence .
east eighty rods to a poet, thence south one
"hundred and seven rods to a posl, thence west
tlyiortl4 *lli - of lot No. one hundred and
- sixty rode to rt post, thence north one hundred
'and sever} and two tenths rods to a post, thence
'peat sixty-three rods to a post in the east line
'tif iamb in poisessiqn 4 . W. L. ' Shattuck,
;thence north on hundred and twenty-one
rels: Rd seven tenths to the place of begin
-pins, containing two - hundred' and thirteen !
• fi9res, of which forty acres are improved. being
lJotNo. allotment of land in Ctswao
•Tiiiinehir), - on which are three frame dwelling
41ottses, one frame barn, one water saw-mill,-
:and itn apple forchard.
r'' itiliedititkert in execution, and to be sold ns
Abe property of William T. Jones, A. F. Jones,
'peorge„;W.-Bradlee 4 4. S. Lawton.
ALSO-: : -Certain - real estate t o wit: situate
in Pike ToWnship, Potter Co., Pa., lifeginnidg
pt ahemeck, thence south eighty-nine degrees
'Otist , fortysiod.4 to a stake and stones, south
- Otte degree west forty-two rods to a "stake and
-stones i ttouth eighty-nine degrees east thi -
4 11 T - ei 4111 8 14 tonths rods to a stake, south one
Idegrett•west one hundred and forty-fonr rods
:ip-s; stake; north 89° West seventy-four rods
431+12;10 to a stalte,'north One degree east eigh-
V4trrint- rods to a stake, north 89° west forty
?oda tri *stake, north one degree east twepty
ftve(rqdrter a hemlopk, south 89° .east forty'
4T:tts to ikstake, north one degree east seren.ty
"fouT roilettithepldee of beginning, eloilialianig
eight7extes;with about thirty acres Improved,
ticTilleAns c . eciedi.hTe4 ipPle_4 o useqs_ew'y '
and other out buildinc4s;•., - e.ad with some fruit
in.rike - &nekS•ori Toivisiiip.s,...,beginalnriti
fifty-fiye rods te, np o St, i 'soitth'anyidegFe:‘.. - .;:yest
eighty and eight tiaitlis i•oa - S*
_LE; a posti;soutl,
Solo. west.pne hundred and nine rods tiia•post,
north olio degree cast,eighty and eight tenths'
rods to t i tle Pliice llegitiming, eon
fifty:-odeaind seven , teatyslaereS, , : - orvillich' 12
acres are!impicived.-Ori viddidi are one lug house
and 'Rome fruit trees . -;-,..1143(3-L-Onti otili tot.
situate i+i Pik Township, ',beginning at a poS
three Butte red perches e , :ist Id the north,wes
corner, of thence north eighty '
perchei to-a post, tlacnce olist eighty perches
to:a post, thence south eighty_ psrchestol, post,
theube %vest re the Plitce lor • begiliiiing, con=.
6 . lling fOTty.acre:i. more or less.---A LSO—One'
°the: I=lt situate as aforesnid, being lot No. 2,
bottnileif north, east and south .h lands of'
Cortieli4Hnusiker, and West by lands !iift;Cir.,
ueiius Idunsiker -S, 114 .3L /),. i 01i41111illg
thirty acre.--11.: - 30—J-Oice other lot situate in
Pike Tunmship, aforesabli ;Amaded north; east
and south by. lands .of _11..1L. Pout. - beinglot
NoL2Cdon.i..he map 'of ninghaln Trustees,
and part of warrant No. 09 I, containing' fifty
acres.-41...50----..). trite!. of la n d . in Pike Tow n
: ship, buundad n by rands of theßiwrinini
latirls'of the Ilinglinm .1 tale
and of James .11.irtitc, satttli hflarids• of the
'l3inghafo'Ziti:.te. and Irdst by lands of S. H.
Martin, - 'notitaining nineti-thre.e acres.
Seized ; taken in execution, and to be sold as
the pr iperty.:of S. U. "Martin. •
- ALSO.-17. fa.—All that certain two tracts
; of land situated on the trlqr:r.; of Kettle Creek,
ISewardson lownAip, Potter Co., Pre.: One
tract in the warrantee flume of Nicklin S Grif
i fiat, gr.:tilted:by the commonwealth of Pennla..
( No. 5 : 156 , ,) containing one thnusitini - ninety
rand a half acre; :of lsnd -whFch• Crosby W.
Ueorg-e StewardEmi, !Ay Deed dated
the 1:;(1.1-dayl of September, A. 1). 1850, con
veyed to OliverlVatqon, which Deed is record
led in Potter Co,, iq j Deed 'Wok - pa!„ , , - es
1157 153, and the Watson eon_
ve.ye.l. the Jaw by Deed bearing date the 20th
day of November, A. D,18.:K1, to John P. Cow.
an ; aria the other. tract surveyed in the :War
rantee name of Nicklin'k Griffith,. granted 14'
the conimonwealthif Penn.7a aforesaid,. (N - o.
5.957) containing one thonSand 'and ninety- .
-for/rand alralf acres, of which twenty acres
are improved, on which are erected (rne log
house and three lag barns.
Seized.-taken in execution. and to bo sold
as the property of John C. Dodge . Charles
ALSO. Fe.- -Certain real estate. to
wit: Lots Nos, Id 2; cef the allotment of
lands of . Sobieski Ross in Allegany township,
Potter Co., Pa.. Bounded on the North by lot
No. 11 and b lands Of Fox Sr . Rossi on the
East by lands of F'Qx & Ross, on the south by
1 inds of Fox & Ross,'bv lots Nos. 27 & 114 and
hi= lands of the estate of Fox, deed, and
wes; by lots d, 10.17, 20 S.: 114. Contain
ing thrcc hundred 'and fourteen and 5.10 acres
and allowance of six per cent. for roads &c.,
of which one hundred acres are improved, on
which are erected one frame barn; one' Trans' e
house and one frame store-house, and with an
apple orchard thereon.
Seized,_taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property ofiFranklin Forsytit._
ALSO—Wert:du ! real estate situate-in Alle
gany Towship, Potter Co„ Pa., BOunded on
the north by.lands of A. PreSho, east by lands
of Fox & Ross, south by lands of bhp Reggie,
and on the west by lands - of Lake Darling,
cohtaiaing - one hundred and twenty-seven
acres and t3:10 of an accre, about; fifty acres
of which are improved, on which are erected
one frame dwelling house, and'cute frame barn.
Seized, taken in executhap, and to be sold as
the property of ilrial:..ktwttod, with notice to
G. W. McKinney & Chas. Stanley, Terre Ten.
ALSO.—`,3criain real estate, being lot No.
3: of the allotment of lands of the Bingham
Estate in Oswayo Township, ' , Otter Co., Pa.,
Beginning at the, N. W. corner of lot No. 26,
thence N. one hundred and sixty-five rods to a
Beech. thence E. 210 rods to a post, thence S.
It 5 rods to a post, thence W. on the.N.line of
lot No. 26; - 21h rods to the place of beginning,
containing 204.3 agree be the same more or
112 s, With the usual allowance of six per cent.
fur roads 4-,:c4, and being part of Warrniit No.
1850 —ALSO—Lori Nos. 1 S 2 of the allot
ment of lands of the Bitighatn Estate in Alte
piny Township, Beg,inning at a Beech the S.
W. corner of lot No. 3, thence 1° E. 140
rods to a post. thence W. 240 rodS. to a post,
thence N. 10 .rods to a post, thence W. 80'
tads to a Beech, thence S.' 13,2 rods to a post,
t!teneo E. GS rods to a • post; thence 5:.68.4
rods, thence , S. 80° E. line of lot No. 115, 229
rods to a poSt, thence S. 45° E. by line or said
lot 102 rods to a-post, thence •5. , . 60° E.• 40
rods to a post, thence N. by lines of lots Nos.
3, 5 3: 113, 186 rods, thence N. 'Ol.l rods to
the place of beginning ; containing 442.4 acres
be the same more or less, with the usual al
lowance of sic percent. for roads itc.,.and be
ing part of Warrants Nos.r 1849 5t 4374, and the
same being : unimproved, •
Seized, taken in execution, and ;to lie sold as
the property of Simnel Lyman::
. A.- Ci. TAGGART,:SheriT,
Condc.rsport; Jan. 20,1857.
E. • SPENCER,
Offerp . Great Induce4 - 4.e4t
TO BUYERS OF
11120CERIES, PROVISIONS &c., t
tho store formerly occupied by
SPF,NCE , R, Qll 3d Street, North side of - Public
• • -.
i A good assortment constantly on hand,. from
- which I will cumnerate a. few - of "the' leading
articles, such as ••
Sugar, Mustard, Caedy, •
Coffee, ' .Ciunamon, Nuts •• •
Molasses„ Popper Sauce, Crackers,
.Syrups, • !Cat.sup, Soap. •
Pepper, Yeast, . %Candles,
Spice, Oils, • • Shot, • -
Ginger, ', Tobacco, - Leadi
,Cloves, •• _Snuff, - 11 0." Caps,
Carb..Soda, Segars,- .• •C. Tartar
l and many other. ,
her. things too mkt:l:le:roes to men.,
ion,-will he ‘foundin this department, which
will be sold at e. trilling - Advance from cost,
for ready' pay. •
Constantly on hand,;such as 1
PORK,• HAMS, ,SHOULDERS, FISH, . SALT,
BUTTER, -CHEESE, LARD, BEANS, •
OATS,',. FLOUR; . CORN :.MEAL, ••
• BUCKWHEAT :"FLOUR, DRIED .•
, APPLES, DRIED PLUMS, • '
and. many -other articles in the line of Provi.
8100,3 nut necessary to mention;
such as Brooms, Wadi-Tubs tind - Boaids,3l - Ops,
Dinner Boxes, ke.;, which - will be - sold Icily for
cash er ready. pay. Oats, Potatoes,Butter,
Eggs, Cheese, and in fact almost eretThing:a
farmer-raises, will, he taken in exchange.-for
Goof-404 their cash value.- I 'invite: the eV
tendon of Villagers, Farmers and Lumbermen
who desire to make purchases in 'the. above
articles; solicit.them to call before par=
oh'ising elsew,h,ore. E. la. SPENCER..
pratattuaTA - •
A Benitiolent Irutrtalion, otablialsed bii:4eciaL
--- ire:seek afflicted with Vindent and' t
Epidemic diseaeee r . •.•
,trb . all persons aillreed with Sexual Diseas- -
' 1 . es; such urSPATAIXTOIII3IitEA;VaII. -
/4 4I; IKENIOESS; IMPOTENCE, GOMM- .
I IIIIG3A,: GKEET;•,•lsonads, the Nice of
19NANISM, or S,ELF!,APE.)SEc...44c,',..Afe:4I .I`.: '
__The ITOWARD - 'ASSOCIATION; in "view of.
the: awful . "
destruction of human :life, caused
e4ual diseasch_an . 4.--V7e deceptions prim",
ti=ed upon the unfdrtinutte yie_ti,uts of, such
I discuses by'Quaclis;tikr.ll•Tetirago directed
.Ltheir COnsultineSorgeou ; as'tiCHAßlAtlLE
1Af...1,' worthy of theirliameoo• nieill h PlSliell .
lial l f for the trefttgient - of tit fiplass of iliseasei,
old' all their foriti.s,'andlozivellEtitaL AD,-
I : VICE GRATIS, to OP' - *li••WpplY hi'lettcr,
L Wittra:llocriptit.n of their condition, (age„
occupation; habits of life. &c.,). and in cases
of extreme poyertylto F_URNISII JIEDICINES
I FREE On. CHARGE. It Is. needleSs ,to add
that the A'ssocip.iimi commands the 'highest
1 Medical skill of the age, and yiip. rt,migi . ,tke'
Imost approved ind&rn . treatment.
Tice Directors, coAt review of the past, feel
assimed Unit their laboiA in this sphere of be•••.
I neyfflent effort, hhve been of &est benelit_to
I the atiliCted, eipecially toftlit • uit, and they
have resolVed to devote them • ves, with re-
I neWed zeal, to - 1111s vertirop• r
I. Just .Published by the
_Assochttion, a Re
! port on Spermutot:fluna, or Seminal Weakness,
the Vice- of. Onnnistn,, Masturbation, or,- 'Self
! Ibuse,:and other DiseaSes of the Sexual Or
gans, by, the Consulting ,Surgeen, which will
. be sent by Mail, '(in a sealefflenvelope,).FßEE
I OF CHARGE, on receipt of TWO STAMPS.
- • - : ' . .
4 . - Address. for Report or treatment, Dr.
I GEORGE ii—CALHOPN Cousfiltinc , SUraeon.•
. ..._:.., _ .., n
! iioWarilassociation, No. 3 South Ninth Street,
I Philadelphia, Pa.
gy order ~ f the'Direotors.
‘EZRA D. FIEARTWELL; Presidenr.
REQ. 1 AIRCIIII D, Secretary. L10:141y
PIANOS, BIELOpEONS :MUSIC.
------TILE--GASH SYSTEM .A.DOPTED,
Pr . ibe - Greatiy, lieduced.
.2vo: 333. Beott&i7.7), ../N r . i',..;'
AGENT FOR THE BEST BOSTON- & N.. T,
IPTIHE Largest assortment' ' ofPianos, Melo-,
i -- A -- deonsTiMusical Instruments, and Musical
Merchandise of all kinds, in the United States,
Pianos from Ten,dillereut.Matittfactories, cony
' prising those= of every variety - Of ;•style."lfroni
I the plain, neat and sobstuutial Itt, octaves, in
Walnut ay. Bosewo o d ,e a ses, from *150 : to $ 200,
Ito those a the most elegant. finish up to Obi,'
Thousand Dollars;... No, house .in :the Union
can; compete with the 2thwe,-ity: the • number,
variety ,And celehrity, of ; its . ; instruments,., nor
in the Extremely - low prices at which they are
i sold, - c
! nonA.cE WATERS'-MODERN IMPROVED
I PIANOS, withor'sVithotit Iron Frames, pos
; sessing!la theirimProvements Of 'over-strings
and action; a leugth of scale aud .coMpass pf
tone equal to the Grand 'Piano, - united with
1 the beauty anddurability of structure of the
Square Pirinit. They are justly pronounced by
the VsFeas and by'thelrst Milsical Masters,. to
he equal to those - of Any other , Mannfaeturer,
They aro: built of the best and most thorouglY.
ly seasoned material, and gunranteed-te, stand
'the - Action of every climate; .Bacli Instrument
, guaranteed, to give satifaction, or purchase
Imeney refunded. '
SECOND-HANB,.PLANOS, at great bar
gains,rr constantly 'in Store,—price frours4 to
I $l4O. -
I HORACE WATERS' MELODEONS.-tSu
perior Instrument?' in touch and
!make. (Tuned the equal temperament.)' 'Me
lodeons of air other styles and makes. Price
$-15,-• $6O, $75, $lOO, $125, sl4o—double
IReeds and two
; banks 'of Keys, •820,0 , ---ICes' a
liberal discount. ,Clergymen .and Churches.
an extra diseount. -
MAILTIN'S GUITARS, ;'. : , '
, • • BROWN'S HARP,S, ' ' • • '
1 • FLUTES,. ; ,•.,• - • ': ;1-.
. ' . FLUTINAS, , • .; i
.Insquerients 'of all kinds f ailower
I prices than ever before offered: to ; the public.
' A large discount
_to , Teachers, and , S.chools.
l'The trade stapplied ort the
MUSlC:—.one.of thelargest kind best se
: leeted • 'Catalogues , or Music' now IpubliskA
,I comprising many of the choice and most pope
I War airs of the den - and - trill be sold at one-
I third-off from the regular; prices.; i ' `l';,'
1 Musk sent by
; maif to 411 parts of the coun
try, post-paid. 'Particidarand lierAtinal. often-
I-tion paid; to all orders received'b'Y mail. ' Sat
isfaction guaranteed in every instance. Pianos
and Melodeons for rent and : rent allowed on
puuohase. Pianos and Melodeons fcr sale on
monthly paymentS. Seeoud-hand Pianos ta
ken in exchange-for new. • General and select
Ca.talogues'and,Sehedule of prices forwarded
to all-parts of the country by Mail. ••••
sam-Great inducements offered to. AGENTS
Lin all parts of the country, to sell the-Horace
Waters' Pianos; Melodeons, and Catalogue of
iMusic. - : . ," -" ~ : I ..8:46,
1.1)W. SPENCER is Agent for many of the
most popular Medicines now in use, a
lbw of whieb•he will Mention: : • • / -
J.ll. STAFFORD & CO.'S OLIVE TAR.
.J. C. AT.F 4 n. CO.'S CHERRY PECTORAL
AND PILLS •
. I]SEVERAL KIN - DS OF SYRUPS,
4ke;ote., 4c, ./
4k, Co;'s Olive Tar is -ap
plied and inhaled by wearing' on INHALER
around the neck and on tile breast. His GLte
IVE OLNTMENT slip is
broken, - aild Is popularretneily witert,lmown.
Good fithe Whooping Cough. ‘10:2.
ATEB-- COUNTY NUR~ER~T,
"INT- H. OLIN & CQ,,of the Yates County
11 Nurseries,lM‘.6 for sale a large aml
valuabld assortment - of' , lffil.firr grlfsiPCS
of all varieties usually - cultivated,
Trees are young and of yikorolig oro*th) The
Aualities-are-the most choice known, and nre
t!arranted i:GENUINE. Also, a fine stock of
for fall delivery. • •
, XOW'Addiess 0163 tO.c.BEAC,EI„PegfYigi,,
'Yates Co., N. Y. Ordefi left - Witii NOWT,. W.
. - Cogeriport, Pa., will be promptly
filled:'" ' 10:2—Man.
mop LEACTUED MILILINS nnti*fq4,lizt„eir'r';
•Lp 4i cies in t4e Ivry 'Goce
itrcrfor mh7 s at E. IC.. SPENbER'S,•
10:2 zi •
- .D. W. S ,
QRANI:MS lAND LtMONS , jist redeitjd• 16;
_ 40:3 W. 1 ,1114Pil OVA rg,4,-.
- COLDs / HoAIk§NESS f -
eget? ASTInIt AND ,
ANI) Nolte the
efherriPectdral• - On:gtqng - to liedind , ivriip up
warm, t.otlweit dikritig•thd
,1 7 ,911 cOLD Sake in, Torn
-nonifttild'eVening; ecoillitgio' the direc
bong •ozi' the . ITht tit; , tent.l difgeU'lty wiltsoon
:be , femo vdd ;. None', will long suffer from this
;trot4ble,Nyltell'tiley find ;it fait Ue .so yeadily
Personsdin( ted with a seated cough,
whieli'breaks them of their rest at night, will
!find by taking thO . Cherry - Peetornroit- geittg
I:tor.bed,:.they mac he sure of Sound, unbroken
and 'clittii , q - nent refreshing rest. Gliat
`relief from suffering, Mnl an ultimate eure,is
arfOrdedlo'fb - onsamis who are thus afflicted,
by this inValtrable rerdedy, -•, -• '
i From its agiteable :effeets in' these. - -eases,
mani find. themselves unwilling to forego its.
use when Alte - neeCssiiy_for it has ceased.
- 'TO - S-INGEDIS AND PUM:IO- , 'SREAKERS
this rnned.l.-- netion:inl
the throat and lungs, when taken _matt
ipniritities, it remotez - rall honr.4eness in a fen
hours, and ivonderiblly increases the . •power
and flexibility of the voice: • •
ASTIIMA * is -generally'. Much relievdd, arid
often wholly cur+...l kr Cherry-l'ectoral.• But
there are-some cases so obstinate as to yield
entirely to no medicine. The CIIERRY Pecro.
tt~tr twill iure them if they can be cured.
- or irritation of the throat and
upper portion of .; 4) t e. lungsoisoy bck.s.ured..by
tayingpherry Pectoral in stnalland frequent
doies. Thc:.ottoornfortable.oppression is soon
CRQX.Tp. Give.an emetic . et:antimony.
to be followedbly iarge and trequentdoses' (it
the "(lierisPectural, until it subdites.the dis
ease,. If taken in S not-fail to
cure. „ . ,
wilot)P4,G COI4I may. be. _broken 'up
4114'seon cured 11 the,,Use oiCiterry;reptvral.
• 'Mi.: 1N1 . 11..L 7 E1Ng.4; speedi:y romoved,,by
this remedy.. Numerous•instances have been
nolit:edwitere whoic ; Ayere, protected
from any serious consequences, -.white their
tieiglibors.tvithout the Cherry Pectoral, were
FOltf . QPN:i.U.Nli'lloN in its earliest stages,
it should he , ta ken. under . the ,ad vice of a;nod
phYsiciaii if possi 'and V cry-, etisb, With. a
eitiefti! , riga . td'in ntett'diretqiOns the
IfjudiciOusly used; and the liatienfis
carefully nursed meantime, it'will seldhin lsil
te.subthte.the disease.. .
For s - ditted CONSUMPTION of, the ,Lungs.
the CIIEIZRY PECrort.u. should he'giVezi in do.
'ads adapted to What the , pit tient 'requires , (EMI
can beat. always affords relief; ' atid: not
unfrequently cures.patients.that were consid
ered .pa'it. hope. There i ‘ ire,, many ! thousands
iseatter4all oveF,tite:conntry, 'who feel and
that'' they • owe - their live;
and present health 'to•the Cherry Pectoral.
.Idany.years of trial,, instend ,of impairing
:tbe:ittibhe ectrifideuee in this medicine,, ha
won for it: an appreciation and' notoriety by*
far :exceeding the 'Most. sanguine 'expectations
of its friends.. Nothing but its intriusitr: vir
tues/414 the unmistakeable heneftt conferred
On thousands of sufferers, could originate and
and maintain the reputation it enjoys. i :SVltile
many inferior remedies thrust Orion the cern
munity; lurre failed and been trscarded. this
has gained friends by every trial, conferred
benefits on the afflicted they fan nceriforget.
and produced cures too numerous andltop re
markable to be forgotten.
- While it is ire ud. - . - poktiteAoßdic to pretend
that any one medicine will infallibly
still-there is abundant proof that • the Cherry
Pectoral'Aloes not only as a general thing. but
almost invariably.cnre the maladies for which
if,. is - employed. ", . .
'As time makes th?se facts wider and better
known, this medicine: l llas gradually become
,the best reliance of the afflicted, from the log,
cabin of the Antericaat,Peasant, to the palaceS
Of European Kings.,
The CHERRY PECTORAL is manufactared by
a practical Chemitt, and every ounce of it un
der his Own eye, with invariable accuracy and
cure. It-is sealed Af?',:y*otecte4 by law from
conntertits, consequently earl be relilld on as
genuine without adulteration.
prepared rind sold byJAMES C. AyER, Prac
tical and Analytical Chetnist,Lowell Mass.
. Sold by SEITII A: JONES and D. W. SPEN
CER, Coutlilisp?rt, and by country merchants
and druggists everywhere.
Low- Pyioels aractfacady_l3 -- ,
T 811,iP4.* .
TIM SUBSCRIBERS : tire olrerino•lfor sale
.aiventirely new stoelc,:conSistio ' g of
DRY GDODS,, ROCERIES,IIA I:HWA RE,.
CQUCii.ELY.,,VLASS WARE, HOOTS ,
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iR ' PARAzOLS,
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". In our seleetioug-the-iiants MI-tart-been
tuniembered-.=- The Gentlemen can find iu our
stock of'Re:ady Made Clothing, glegaat
Flishionable suit, or--,4„"Obstantral Business
suit, amk . we
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The LtidicS r can- find . s h ip t n a Ick 1 e bonnets
asOdd assurtfueut - ot - Dieii(Mods, und . triM 7 ,
:016ves, 111tts, Hosiery and (I ) aiters:,=-,
- Alidylagt bitt:init' least,. corded and skeleton
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and Bra:cilets, Fatis;''aad too
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:are-selling-low -for Cash, Lumber; orltuay kind
df:Pcbdifa.')::FLOUß. 7 MEAL, Eu.s.o &c., con=
staritly on hand.
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U 1 ca..S.- 01,1043 i '
Ni4TICE islierAy-givell t -Anditor
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ties,of ippoirktirierit; the,.pfoo of the
Protlton4iary, on'•,Sitinidayitle sixth • 40 `of
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ha h"e6n selected with great care, and is par
titularly, adap , ted to thc Nants of this section
of our country. Our tfoClecif PrYPoods.COri
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and : o variety of other articles, too numerous
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,aaoot of • . .
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all of which sold'uneonnnOnly- cheap
,pay, and' - for„tipproved credit on as
reason: ftym.i.: - ni tiny other estithlishment.
. - . MANN kNICIIOUS.
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GREAT - REVOLUTION IN MEDICAL SCIENCE.'
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DR:C KI. NS ON 'S
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- a larr , e portion of
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strated thar the lancet,'merenry, and' all other
Internal "drug fnedication' - niny be laid aside
with perfect safety to the patient• and abid
inVittietit to posterity. Wherever these ma ,
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disease incidene:tohtunaitity,--more particu
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es which-havelor .centuries baffled thepro-
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eess'er deficiency of the.nervotti fluid—pro
dading n exce.ss or - ;defleteney of the acids
and alkaline secretions.th'e magnetic princi
ples of the system are 'deranged; and can on,
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..arelso lamentably prone., • - -
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It is; in fact, a handsome, .parlor- omen - tent;
may: be applipd - :brir child ;: 'hist' a
life-time, to the great :saving- of Vector's
‘te. . ,
_ ' , RICE OP TIIMBIACIIINE$10; -"i
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ienee. 4has, attained ili PoPlih/F4Y- iiit 6 ltLided
in the :Inns's of the Pltss.. ,- , • ..•
The ind.dishers„,llo ',.ig
. OfFered lifierall?ie.
.. ry effort-S. the 'Stories,
Rothaties t ;E:§•says,, Po 'try-,
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ed in ihe
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aved and eidargu—
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- large royal beta!, pirges;nfiticini
nificent veltone . - 02ji.eariz 400 pages. fur the
year—,or alnount' uf - the_
cest reading en iol' rultieets, cijual to 'what
would Bost In 1114'. boot;' stores iit - I!:ntt•lifty
cents, piyable 41V:11:4:by -"?tirtnce. ' -
S9mo racA repOrir e r iid, brilliant prate
and fectiale contrilititoFsr are ecinfri.
butors and the, .paidisbers spurc - nri pains
sir expenso to render" the 1. - W(11;0;1e 'Visitor
every way aeceptitble to a refined.
gent einninunity; .-
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Of ail disease i . the•gre:u, first cause
Springs from lieglct lairs
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When a • CUE 'ls guaranteed
I 'ALL c f r ,
. SECRET DISEASES;.
Self—Ataa',. Nertioza; Debi Strleturer , ,i Glatt,
Grarel, - BittAelex, DiTeare.v ty" the Rif;hey,
Bladder, Mercurial Bheuma'tilan,
Pains in the Bones and A ;r4•(ti, ire;r:l.^.4 ri.e
Tiirtfatt, - Nt,se mar EyeN, thc
St. rita'A yr.rcr , Vi• i 11:1
lifyiplliC;lt q:9 - .OIC i,tvrtil Ulf.eP,',
ICII 11E , of licir
o r, Loss of l'clr• et, tiunerai
Dinmess of yis!onl with .pec nlior spots.eFue.,-t
-;ag before the creS, Loss •of ..Sig,lll. Wakeful:
ties.,Dys . Liver Disem c..EriTtiot: ,
the ttlife ; ;.4i. Fei.:rde
both sexes.. , it antltrrs not item what cau.t
the disease.originated; however lorgstandit.g
or obstinate the case, rceoreiw fa cei law, and in
a shorter time than a perinaner t cure can be ef
fected by any otherireatment,: oven after- the
disease has baffled the skill of eminent physi
cians and resistedal! their means of cure. 'ibe
medicines are ple:Ortnt . withopt oder; causin no
sickness and. free t'rom meroury or ha klatn.
During twenty years Of practice,l have rescued
from the jiews of Death wily:thousands, whe,
in the. last.stages of the •tiboye mCnti*ned
ewes had beet, pitta up to'die, hy.their pkysi•
clans, - winch warrants ine in promising to the
afflicted, who may place themselves under oiv
cure, a perfect and Moat speedy cure, Seeirt
Diseases are-the zentezt er.emieg to'health,as
they Are the first cain , eoi,COnsaiription,t , cruf,
ula, and many other diseasesomd uhutild be it
terror.tmthe Iranian ifarapyi , - As. a pet:maw-1
cure is scare'elyei - cr etreeled, d Majority of its
ea,-cs falling into the hands 'et' leech, petent
persons, who not caqy fail to rare the disea:.es
but ruin the constitution, tilling the system
with mercury, which, with the dilzeuee, has.
tins the.sulrererint6 a rapid Consumption.
_ . •
Btit .shOnld the 'disease .11 nd the trentcient
not cause cleath speedily and the iietiru mar
t leS, the dise!ise d,ritalieci the children,
who are born with i feeble constitution:, end
the' current of life cbrrupted liy n Tiros which
betrays itself.in Snrbfula„ Thtter, ricers. Erup
tions ch other rtifekluns 'of rthe • skin. Eyes,
Throat'arid.laing'.s, entailing upon tlAein a btinf
existence of suirerg and consigitig Qum to.
nn early grave.
SELF ABUSE isanother formidable enemy,
to health, for tiothing else in the dread cata
logue of human tli.C.a ses causes so destructive
a drain upon the i•VE•ll ni. drawing its tllol:Fr•nds
,of victims threill' - a, few . years of suffering
i down to an -nr,tinfely gni VC. • It destroy§ . the
Nervous system,idsiddly n a .7 . 1`.3.9 away, the co
ergiei Of -life, .Calises mental „derangement,
prevents the proper development of the sysitin,
disqualifies foe 'endrriAp,e, swiety, botineis'
and all earthly' limipinetis, and lenyea the suf
ferer wrecked in hckly anti Mind. proTispoted
to consMniption itr.d a train of evils more to be
(trended than death itself. Witlo l- the- fullest
confidence I ossittel the unfortunate :victims 'of
Sejl-Mmse . that it permanent and speedy tare
I can - bemtfeeted, 'mid with the -abantionme.tu of
t ruinous, practicesM i y patients can be restored
to robust; vig.ortiusltealtli, -- -:'
The afflicted are Cautioned, againit the ire
of Patent .11ediciner., for there: are so many
ir^eulous snares it; the columns of the .public
i prints to ettich and roll :the r unwerysufieters.
}that millions havi -their: constitutions mired
1 by the vile comt.ounds of. quack doctors. 0:
r the equaity poisonous , - )ln.i.trklins vended al
I "Patent Iledicines.;" I havO carefully ntualYz - e4
I many of the so 'called; Patent iNlkdieines inii
1 find - that nearly „all of them contain Vorresire
Sublimate, whioh is - 'ony of , the strongest pre;:.
partitions of mercury and, n deadly .poisett,
_which instead-Of Curing the. disease disables,
the. System. for life: ; - . i - " •'
Pree-courth of thei'patent.nostrunts roc
in .use al-r put up by. unprincipled and ignollo
persons, who do uot. under:AM:o' evio the- °l- - -
Plitabet of :the nigteria:mcclica, Eto are ega`lill
aS Aestittile of any knoirledge of -the htungrs
system, haying tine - objet,onlyiin -fete,, And.
that-do.make money regardless Of cpr,,,:equeo.-
Irregularities find all : diseases of Males
females treated '.on principles ,established bi•
twenty y'earS ' pinetic'e, - siinetioac a I.y
tliouSanda of UM most remarkable eni-cs.
ieines with full difeci - ions SeitlO any pat
the United -Sthles or Catiallas,
cOnirn r oMetttink tlieie eymptotas: Ictter.-&
-13'usineser cofresimnde.nee‘StrietViOadei tirl.
Address. - ' • • -
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