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gar Ire will announce CandidateSfor (Vice at
the rate of $1 each, tx ADV,INCE,for 41l occupying
10 lines or less—each additional linejlo cents.
To the Electors of the Representative .District
composed of the Counties of Tiogaand Potter :—I
am a Candidate for the office of Representa
tive in the nest General Assembly. Should I
he elected, my constuents may rest assured
that, to the best of my ability, they will be
represented upon the principles of'the Decla
ration of Independence and the Constitution
of the Union; and especially that the People
of the Territories kincluding Kansas,) have the
same right to resist the enforcement of Slavery
upon them avainst their will, that Our Fathers
had to resist the Stamp Act of George 111.,
and throw his Tea into Boston Harbor. If,
this be Treason,' make the most of it.
JNO. M. KILBOURNE.
Potter Co., Pa., Juiie 30, 1858.
dent j h u e d H o n t . n o d
t rt he 11l
ons. J W h e ct e h .
Mann and G. 0. Colvin, Associate Jarbres of
"the Courts of Oyer Terminer tind General
Jail Delivory, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Orphans' Court and Court of CoMmon Plea;
for the County of Potter, have, issued fht•ir
precept, bearing date the nineteenth day of
August, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and fifty-eight, 'and to me di
rectul, for holding a Court of Oycr and Term
iner and General Jail Delivery, Quarter Ses
sions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court
of Common Picas, in the Borough' of Conder
sport; on MONDAY, the loth day of Septem
ber next, and to continue one week . . •
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor
oners, Justices of the Pence and Constables
within the county, that they be then and there
l in their proprr persons, at 10 o'clock M. of
said day, with their rolls, records, inquisi
tions, examinations, and other remembrances,
to do those things which to their Mikes ap
pertain to be done. And those who are bound
by their recog.nizances to prossecute against
he prisoners that 'are or shall be in the jail of
said county of Potter, are to be then and there
to prosecute against them as will be just.
Dated at COLDRSPORT, August 25, 1858, and
I and the 82d year of the Independence of the
United States of America. -
A. C. TAGGAItT, Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALES, .
Y VIRTUE of Sundry writs of Irendilioni
Expellee and Fisd Fades issued out of
the Court of Common Pleas of Potter Co., Pa.,
and to Me directed, I shall expose to_ public
sale or outcry, at the Court HOuse in the Bor.
ough of Coudersport, on Monday the 20th day.
of - September, 1858, at 10 o'clock , the
following described real estate, to wit :
Certain real estate situate in Roulet town.L.'
ship, Putter county, Pa.; beginning at a post
iu the north line of lot surveyed-to William'
Fessenden, thence North one hundred rodsi
thence West one hundred and, sixty rods
thence South one hundred rods. thence Easti
rim hundred and sixty rods to She place of,
beginning, being part of IN arrant 2,100; con;
taming one hundred acres, of which advents'
acres are improved, on which are one lug
house. two frame barns one corn-house and ;
an apple orchard.—ALSO—One other lot of!
land in said township, beginning at a post in
south line of 100 acre lot deeded to David
Wordeu thirty rods west of the S. E. corner
of the same, thence South 43 rods to Philati-;,
der Reed's lot. thence Wt st by Reed's north
line 140 rods. thence North 43 rods to a cor-:
ner, thence East 140 rods to' the place of be
ginning; coma ining :15 acres of which 25 acres
are improved, on which are one log and frame
house, one log barn, one water saw mill and an
apple orchard.—ALSO—A tract of land sit- ! ,
nate in the township of Clara, beginning at a,
post in the north line of a lot surveyed to Jesse'
Morey 23 rods east of the N. corner of said lot:
thence North 107.8. rods, East IGO rods, Sontll,
25.8 rods:West 55 rods. South 22 rod.:, and West
105 rods to the place of beginning. being part'
of Warrant 3.923 ; containing 100 acres,.forty
acres of which are chopped, ten nubs improv
ed, with one log house and one log barn,
thereon.—ALSO—A certain tract situate htl
Roulet township, beginning at a post in the
west line of a 117.5 acre lot sold to Ray k
Martin 11 rods— of the smith-west corner'
of same thence West one hundred and sixty
rods, South fifty rods, East one hundred and
sixty rods, and North fifty rods to the place of
beginning, being part of Warrants 2,225 and
2,105 ; containing fifty acres.
Seized, taken in execution,: and to be sold,
as the property of Samuel Palmer and Perrin
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in the
Borough of Coudersport. Potter county, Pa.,
Lots Nos. 152 4: 133 on Square No, 12, bound
ed North by Fourth Street, East by Main St.,
South by lots of J. S. Mann, West by lots of
L. B. Cole. on which is erected one frame
dwelling, house and one frame barn.—ALSO
—Certain real e , ,t,ite sit ur..;., - ; in A y town
ship, in said county. hoarded on the North
by Lots Nos. 74 & 55, on ti:- Eat
lands of the Fox Estate, 03 1.11. Q So,;;ii by Lot
No. 67 and Bingham Lands, and on he Pf t
by Lots Nos. 54, 63 & 65; contqiniug two ilun -
deed and seventy-five acres and eight-tenths
of an acre, (tieing Lot No. 56 of the allotment
of Bingham Lands in Allegany township.) of
which 80 acres are improved and 20 axes
chopped, on which are erected one frame
house. one frame barn and one log house, and
with some fruit trees thereon.
Seized, Liken in execution, and to be sold
its the property of Win. T. Jones. •
ALSO—Cer a in real estate situate in Harri
son township, Potter county ; Pa., bounded on
the North by lands of Fos ..S; Boss, East by
lands of H. Harrison, South by lot conveyed to
John Rockwell, and West by unseated lands
of Fox ;s: Ross ; containing fifty acres and two
tenths of an acre, being the west half of Lot
No. 112, and a part of Warraut No. 1,192, of
which two acres are imaroveo.—ALSO—One
other lot situate in Harrison township, Potter
county, Pa., bounded on the North by the
above-described lot; on the East'by the lands
of H. Harris, on the South by hulas of
Brown, and on . the West by lands of Brown ;
supposed to contain five acres, be .the same
more or less, all of which is improved, and on.
which is erected one frame house.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of John M. Wilcox and Mary
Wilcox, with notice to John B. Porter, Terre
Tenant. 7 •
ALSO—Certain real estate, to wit: Being
Lot No. 86 of the allotinent of lands of 11. C.
Barber in Harrison townsh p, :Potter county,
Pa., bounded on the North by Lot. No. 83, on
the East by Unseated lands of Fox 4 Ross, of
the South by Lot No. 89 and unsCa•ed lands
of Fox & Ross, and on the West by; Lots Nos
49 &83 ; containing 106.4, acres, of which
twenty-five acres are improved, and on which
is erected one frame house, .and with an app
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sohi
as the property of John Davis.
ALSO—Certain real estato- situate in the
Boro' of" 'Coudersport, in the county of Potter,
to wit: Square No 20, containing one acre
and six4euths of an acre, on which is tone
two-story frame house and some fruit trees.—
ALSO-4.,0ts Nos. 128 & 127 on Square No. IL
on which are two two-story frathe store houses
and on& frame barn,:
• Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of W. T. & A. P. Jones.
ALSO—Certain real estate, to wit: Two
Village Lots situate in the Borough of Cou
dersport, being L'ts Nos. 108 & 107 on Square
No. 11, bounded on the North by Third St.,
on the East by Lots Nos. 128 & 1129, on the
South Jy Lot No. 118, and on the West by
West S t.; on which arc erected one frame
house atad one frame barn.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of Luman Bell, Jr..
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Bing
ham township, Potter county Pa., bounded on
the North by land of John 31illler, on the East
by lands of Philander Hawley, deceased, and
John Russell, on the South by lands of Pearce
& Luddingtoa, on the Test by lands of Sam
uel Hopkins ; containing seventy-four acres,
more of less, of - which twelve acres are ha
proved and fifteen acres chopped, with one
tog bouae thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold ]
as the property of Lyman G. Crum.
ALSO—Certain real estate, to wit: One- 1
third of 944 acres and one-half of an acre on
Warrant No. 4,647, situate in Wharton town
ship, or: Sylvania township. Potter county,
hounded North by Warrant No. 4.693, East t
Warrant No. 4,682 and lands of F. R. Backus,' ; ,
South by Warrant No. 4, - 732 and lands of F l .
R. Backus, and West by Warrant No. 2,160
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold'
as the property of Thomas Wands.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Os..
wayo township._ Potter county, Pa., bounded
on the North by lands of Seymour Johnson, on
the East by lands of N. C. Goff, on the South
and West by lands of Seymour Johnson ; con
eighty-nine acres, of which five acres
are improved, on which are erected one frame
house and one log barn.
Seized,. taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of John Lockwood.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Os
way° township, Potter county, Pa., bounded
on the North by linids of the Bingham'Estate,
on the East by lands of S. P. Lyman, on the
South by lands of Noah , Crittenden, and on
the West by lands of Fox; containing
ninety-six acres of land, eight acres of which
Seized. taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of Franktin Gale.
ALSO—Pertain real estate situate in Whar
ton ToWnship. Potter County, Pa.,'cornmencink•
on the !etnk of the Sinuemaltoning Creek six
rods above , the Saw-Mill built by the Cards,
thence past about four or five rods to the gut.
thence Sonth-eist along the gut far enough to
make Mt acre, thence Westerly to the bank of
said Creek, thence up the Creek to the place
of beginning; containing, one acre all improv
ed, on Which there is one Water Saw-Mill,
;and one board shanty.
Seized, taken in execution, and to he sold
:15 the property of Jonathan Card, Levi B. Card,
Georp P. W. Card.
ALSO—Certain real estat . e . , ,tnate in Gene
see ToWnship. Potter Co.. Pa.. bounded on the
North by the New York State Line and lands
ofJames Osborne, East by landA of John Cham
bers. SOuth be lands of Charles & Ira Leach,
West bY lands of Michael M'Nalty & James
Osborne; containing one hundred and seven
tv-iive Acres, of which sixty acres are improv
el, on Which is erected one frame house, one
log house, one log barn, and some fruit trees.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of Patrick Burke.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate, in Har
rison Township. Potter Co., Pn., hounded on
the North by lands of B. J. Scofield. East by
lands of T. C. Enzlish & 0. Olney, South by
lone::: of Joel English, and West. by lands of
Elisha 14ri:x lot No. 63 of the allot
ment of lands of M. C. Barber: containing fif
ty-one mid six-tenths acres. of which tea acres
are improved, with one log house and one log
Seized, taken in Cxechtion, and to be sold
as the nroperty of William Cook:
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Eula
lia Torynship, and Borough of Coudersport,
Potter Co , Pa., bounded on the North by the
Jersey Shore Turnpike Road, on the East by
Nathan Woodcock S east line of Wrirrant No.
2123, South by loti of W. B. Gordnier & A. F.
Jones. West by Sobieski Ross containing one
hundred and sixty-nine acres, of which twelve
acres are improved. and upon which arc erect
ed one frame house and one frame barn and
Seize'd. taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of John Crittenden.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Homer
Township, Putter Co., Pa.. beginning at a post
at the north-east corner of a let of two hun
dred acres conveyed by John Keating Z Co.
& J. J. k C. IL DeNewville. thence East one
hundred and sixty rode to a lot in possession
of garrison Edgcomb. thence North fifty-eight
rods to a post. thrare West fifty-two rods to a
beech. thence North twenty rods to the south
east coz - iier of a lot conveyed to Harry Lyman,
thence West one hundred and. eight rods to
to the south-west corner of the List menti••n
ed lot. thence South severity-eight rods to the
place of beginninri•t containing- seventy-one
And five: tenths acres. fifteen acres of which
arc improved, on whiA are erected one frame
.hence and one frame barn.
Seized. taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of James Blauvelt.
ALSO—C:3rtain real estate situate in Whar
ton township, Potter county, Pa,, beginning
at a corner in the forks of jhe Eat-Folk 2:11(1
First Fork of the Sinnemahoning creek, tht ace
South one hundred and seventy-five perches
to a post. thence one hundred and five and
five-tenths.perches \Vest to a corner in the
First-Fork of the Sinnemahoning creek; thence
up said creek to a corner of a lot surveyed to
S. Freenian, afterward to James Ayres, thence
North 12t3 perches to a post. thence North 87°
East 78 perches to a hemlock, thence North
67° East; in the creek 22 perches to a corner,
thence North 7° East in the creek 20 perches,
thence North 27° West in the creek 114 perch
es. thende North 40° East in the creek 42.
perches, ;thence North 18° East in the creek
-12 perches, thence :",ast seventy perches to a
hemlock,' thence South 251 perches to a post
and stones, thence East fifty-four perches and
four-teut'hs of a perch to a stub, thence South
eighty-tWo, perches to a hemlock, thence West
twenty-five perches to a corner in the East
Fork of the Sinnemahoning Creek, thence
North 70° west eighty-three perches to the
place of beginning ; containing three hundred
and forty r eight acres and E.'s-tenths of an acre.
being partsi of Wa'rrants No. 4685, 4727 'and
1927, excepting fifty acres conveyed by James
Bartron to Stephen Horton on - the south end
'1 the 14 of which fifty acres are. improved,
m which are erected one frame horse, one
Frame barn. one frame shed, one log house,
Ind withapple and peach trees thereon.
Seized taken in eseoution, and to be sold
.s the property a James Bertron. '
A. C. TAGGART, Sheriff.
Coudersport, Aug. 24, 1858.
Ruks and. Regulations
USTWAWARDING 111 K
FIRST !ANNUAL FAIR
ItEtta C.iy.%.tirifff.tai & gpitintifrai ,ii-
TO 11E1 HELD AT cotrwansponT, PA.;
Wednesday and ThUrsday; October 13th& 14t
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
I. All Animals,_ to be entitled to compete for Premiums, shall' have been kept
and owned in the County; by the persons presenting them, at least: . feur months
previous to the Annual Fair, and all animals, except breeding stock, halt have
bred and raised in.the County ; but when Working Oxen or Matched norses or
Mares are entered for Premiums, they shalL be eligible if one was raised iu the
IL No person or pet's Ons shall be permitted to compete for a Premium on any
article of Domeetic Maniffacture, or Butter or Cheese, unless the same i shall have
been made or manulitatdred by Audi person or persons, or his or. their family or
families, within the year that it shall be offered for a premium. .1 •
Exhibitors must become members of the Society and have their articles
and animals entered on the Secietary ' s book on or bet Ore the day. next preceding
the opening of the Exhibition; and all articles and animals must be brought within
the enclosure as early as noon of the first day of exhibition, in circler that they may
be suitably arranged. The Maria;•ers doMot intend to ASSURE any exhibitor who
NEGLECTS these requirements, that his articles coo be submitted to the Judges
While every effort will be made ito secure the examination and proper notice of ev.
ery article on exhibition; justice.:tu those who comply with the rules of the Society
requires that they shall in all eases first receive attention.
IV. Articles or animals removed before the close of the Exhibition.(except
permission of the President) can not receive a Premium, though awarded.
V. Should any individual enter an animal in any other name than that -of the
bona tide owner, the person making such entry shall not be allowed a premium
.should one be reported by the .Judges, and shall be precluded front competing at
any future exhibition of the Society-.
VI. Persons entering. stock the age of three years and under,- shall furnish
the Judges evidence of the time when the animals were dropped, to be, filed by them
with the Secretary; and the ages of animals above this, to be given on making
VII. The Judges shall in all cases withhold premiums where the animal or ,nr
tiele is not worthy, though them he no competition.
VIII. No premiums are to be awarded to Bulls, Cows, or Heifers that have
been fitted for the butcher—the intention of the Society being to promote the rear
ing of superior animals for breeding purposes.
- IX. Whenever it shall appear to the Judges that articles of sitperi6r merit have
been presented, not noticed in the Premium .List, they shall make special report
thereof to the Board - of Managers.
X. It is particularly desired that no persons shall be present while the JuAges
are examining the Stock referred to them, except those taking char , e Of the ani
mals, unle.:-.5 by special request.
LIST OF COMMITTEES OF JUDGES:
The following Committees of Judges on Premiums have been appointed by the Board of
Managers of the Potter County Agricultural aud Horticultur.,l Society :
ON SHEEP. - ' GARDEN AND ORCUARD LADIES' DISCRETIONARY
Wm. .11 . DODIraii, - FRUIT. COMMITTEE.
Lewis Lyman, Jesse M. Grecnrnan i Mrs.. J. M. Hamilton,
Clark Crum, Dr. Edward Jorg, " :Lewis Mann,
Henry Nelson, (AlFy,) Henry Yentzer, " P. A Stebbins,
Seth Taggart, R. W. Benton, " A. C. Taggart,
B. D. Dolbee, A. 13. Bennett. " H. A. Nelson,
0. H.- Perry, LIOCSEMOLD MANCFAC- " F. W. Knox,
" N. S. Mills,
" A. F. Jone',
" NelSon Clark.
Gaylord G. Colvin,
W. B. Ayres,
Geo. W. G. Judd,
W. H Warner, .
IT. H. Lyman,
-Munson C. Stevens
.Ino. M. Kilbourn,
Win. H. Hydorn,
Henry A ndresont
Titus W. Burt,
NotWI J. Mills,
John 11. White. •
Garane'r If. Olmsted,
GRAIN s MUSS
C. I'. Kilbourn,
U. C. Warner.
WllO have run the well-known
at Wellsville. for the last two nears, here made
a general fitting, up outside nntl in, and have
filled it up to overflowing with
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
BOOTS S S II OES, a genearal variety o
Hardware &I Cutlery'.
comprising all things necessary fur
.11.1113, Mechanics, Fanners, ice.; and we are
bound not only to Regulate, but to beat the
crowd in the
in this town and Olean. One of the firm lniv
ing hail OVER •.20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE in
.Merchamlizing,—auti with abundant pecunia
ry facilities, we know we can
Our statements, and everybody is invited to
test the truth of the same.
We furnish Merchants and Pcißars CHOICE
SUPERFINE FLOUR at $4 1-) bbl. ; SALT at
1,75; Fine YOUNG-HYSON TEA:I7I cts.
lb.; Choice WHITE FISH and TROUT .$4,50
BEST NAILS 5-1,25 Il keg,—other
things in proportion. We can do you good.
and expect to receive pay tor our labor and
investment by selling large amonts, in the
wholesale way, to Merchants, Hotels, Pedlars
Se. We twe aware that evert• Picaninni shop
tells the same yarn, and advertise ten times
more titan they have or can do ; but come and
see us', and you will say.
NO LIE TO. THIS!
E. P. CLARK—one of the firm—has
adjoining the store, and is prepared to furnish
DRAFTS AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE .
for this country England, Ireland and Scot
land, make Collections &Rentittances, buy al'
at its value, furnish Gold aad Silver, &c., anti
other things growing out of the business.
LOCATION—Foot of PLANK-ROAD ST.
on the Rail-Road Track.
CLARK , & PHILLIPS.
Wellsville, July 7, 1858.-10:51-tf.
Mrs. T. Ives,
" D. F. , Ulassmire,
" Jno. B. Smith.
" Alrueron Nelson,
" W. T Jones,
" Josei h Mann,
" S. Ross.
" Collins Smith,
" S. M. Mills,
MECLIASICAL .4 FARMING Ambrose Corey,
IMPL=ENTS. Harris Lyman,
Eli Rees, John S :Alartn,
N. H. Ilallock, J. Q. Merrick,
\V. H. Metzger,
O. A. Le•.cis,
11. L. Bird,
D. F. Glassm!re.
TO EVERY FEJLI IR IN THE UNITED
• .ST.-17'E S.
MRS. MONTAGUE'S FEMALE CORDIAL,
VOR THE CURE OF AT THOSE PAINFUL
DISEASE` PECULIAiR. TO WOMEN.
Mrs. MONTAGUE, for many years afflicted
with most of the diseases that are common to
females, spending a large 4wttme in ten years
in tryinq• the difrerent ineats of treatment for
her relief. to no avail, wasprevailed upon by
MAW' of her frientnto visit Cuba, December
. 4:1, 'for the purpose of repining her former
health. While there, she obtained a prescrip
tion from a Spanish Physician—
Wirtse silver locks •
'Were tending to thG grave."
With which, through the ,mercy of God, she
was restored to her health.
. . .
After her return she made known to bun
dreds lwr leurile sufferers the effects of the
remedy with egg:llli as gre'At success. •
This extraordinary nielljeine is offered to the
public for the relief and of all the painful
and dangerous diseases til!culiar to women,.
and that the female cousti6ltiou is subject to.
To tho4e suffering, from ' 4 Prolapsus Uteri,"
Lueorrhoea. Atrunorrhoea,Olenorrhagia, Dys
menorrhoea-Chlorosis, a speedy cure can be
To tho.w suffering from Falling of the Womb
or Uterine Weakness of any kind, the Female
Cordial is especially recommended. It is war
ranted to cure this painful disease if perse
In all spinal affections, pain in the region
of the l'eMS, Lowness of Spirits, Hysteria
Sick-headache, and all those diseases arising
from the peculiar formation of women, the
Cordial will be found o: immense value.
This medicine moderates all excess, and re
moves all obstruction ; it invigorates the de
biliated constitution for the duties of life, and
when taken in middle age proves,a blessing.
Modesty forbids us, in a public advertise
ment, to make full the details ; but the wrap
per around each letter will fully explain-every
Merchants, females, or others, by seeding a
three cent, stamp, can have any kformation
respecting the operations of the medicine.
Agents wanted in every village in the Uni
ted States. Put up in half-Pint bottles ; $2,00
per bottles; 50 per cent. off to the trade. All
orders must be addressed to
of Ap lication.
VOTIOE is hereby given that application
ill " has been made, in due form of I.w, to
• lie Court or Common Pleas', of Potter County,
f,r a charter of incorporation of the Flnsr
ANTIIODrST EPISCOPAL CIIURCII at OSWayO, and
chat the Court has appointed the THIRD
:lOND.AI* of September next, for the hearing-,
if parties interested. ISAAC-BENSON,
• Att'y for Applicants: '
e. P. &roar . , Prat., }of - ....
11. H. EW AN', SEey. Boardoj Trus. •
Aug.:, 1858, .
Dr. J. D. STONEEIOAD,
Len'istoccfn, Pa.. Box ill
. REMEMBER, •
WHEN ABOUT MARING PURCHASES,
D. E. OLMSTED'S
STOCK IS REPLENISHED A.GALN WITH
NEW 4. SEASONABLE
BOUGHT L AND FOR SALE• AT: A
- SMALL ADVANCE. •
HOT . WEATHER,
And. More Expected
CHALLIES, and other;
summlir. GOODS, ,
. JUST RECEIVED, and
will be SOLDAREAP ;
Also. a LARGE STOCK
LINEN'S, DRILLS, fie.,
fur MEN AND BOYS'
S U/St E R WEAR,
AT LOW FIGURES
/ VOR READY PAYS
awl the ,ti.AI.II.GEST
toots .& Shoes! .
LARGE ASSORTMENTS -- LOW
PRICES-AND, WHAT IS OF MORE
IMPORTANCE, ARE WELL MADE
FROM GOOD STOCK.
While the Sun Shines .!
But before commencing, see that
you have plenty of goo utensils,
SCYTHES, SNATHS, FORKS & RAKES.
If anything is lacking, please call
at OLMSTED'S—PIenty oil hand.
Clothin g , Cloths
CRAVATS, COLLARS and a large lot of
GLOES & HOSIER.Y now - on
A full Supply, at the lowesl prices.
rgi rip El IT .111
• _I •
• • •
Warrailted to give satisfaction, or
the money refunded. TRY 11'.
Coudersport, July 13, 1858.
A Card' from Dr. James 31.
Jarrett of the Nen - 'fork Lung
9infirmary.--My connection for the past
eight years with the abovednstitutiou, as Chief
Physician, and a twelve years' course Of steady
devotion to the Cure of Pulmonary Consump
tion and Its kindred diseases,
my unrivalled opportunities and advantages of
I pathological research—aided not a little Ly
perfect system of Medical Inhalatitin—ha4 en-
I aided me to arrive at a decisive, direct, \ and
successful course of treatment for-the positive
and radical cure of all diseases of the Throat,
Lanus, aid Air-ra,i4ves. By Inhalation, the:
vapor and cerative properties of medicines are
directly addressed to the diseased organs and
the inte:mments. Ido not advise the use of
Medical Inhalation of any kind, to the ex.clu
sion of general treatment; and although - I con
eider it a useful adjuvant in the proper man
eage:tient of those fearful and often fatal dig
' eases, yet' I deem it very necessarv - that each
I patient should have the benefit of bath general'
and leech treatment. The-success of my treat-.
nicht in the above diseases, and the high Oar
' acter of the Institution over which I have so
Ilong had the honor to preside, are toe well
known to need any eulogy or comment from
Inc. At the solicitation of many private., and
professiorial friends, through whose philan
thropic aid the above charity has been-long
I and liberally supported, and after die consid-
I eration, I, have concluded to make such ar,
rangetnents as will bring the benefits of .my ,
j experience and treatment within the, reach of
j all, and not confine myself, as heretofore, to
rthose only who entered the Infirmary, or who
were able, to visit me at my office. Hoping
I therefore that the arranesement will give entire
satisfaction, both to my professiounl brethren
and the public, I would respectfully announce
in conclusion , that I can note be conailled per
sonally or by etter, on all diseases as. above,
and that the medicines, the same as used in'
the Institution, prepared to suit each individ
ual case. Inhaling Vapors, .Medical Inhalers, SC. )
ce., will be forwarded by express to any part
of the .United States or the Canadas.
My terms Of treatment by letter are as folloWs,
viz.: $l2 per month for each patient, which
will include medicine sufficient ior one menth'ss'
use; also,,lnhaling Vapor, and an Inhaling
I Apparatus. Payment as follows i- to be
paid to Express Agent on receipt of the box'
of Medicine, and the balance $ll to be paid at
the expiration of the month, if the patient be,
cured or is entirely satisfied with the treat
ment. Patients, by giving a full history of
their ease,': and their symptoms in full,•ean be.
treated as *ell by letter as by personal exam- -
ination. Patients availing themselveS of Dr.
Jarrett's treatment may rely upon hurnediaito
and permanent relief, as he seldom has to •
treat a case over thirty days. Letters for ad
vice promptly answered. For further-partic
No. 820 Broadway, cor;Twelfth St., N. Y.
P. S.—Physicians and others visiting the
city are respectfully invited to call at the In
firmary, where many interesting cases can be
witnessed, and where. our Unproved apparatus
?or the inhalation of medicated vapor can be
seen and inspected. 11:Z-0tno.
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