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VDERSPORT, SEPTEMBER 27, lac°
ftll'illerS of Potter I.—are you aware
I t the County Fair takes place week
0 , Wednesday—the day 'after election.
as should be getting ready for so itu:
r'ta'at 'a t railer. The lion. A. B. Ditkl
on will certainly 'deliver ttio Adress.
The academy was reopened last Mon
,r for the Fall Term by Miss StoCkWell;
'th 1 1 6 Rhoda Rathbone
ti' of these ladles are first-blass teach
, add are both well item to our tom-
Theyare not - only good teach-
-rs, but are genuine women, under whose
c b, rg e parents may safely and confidently
:rust the moral and 'mental edlication of
their children. The school opened oh
Monday with some 35 scholars, we be
lieve, and the number is steadily increas
:og se learn. The people of, this vil
ee aril vicinity cannot better show their
qpreciation of the dsitise of education
than by sending their children, to the
Pie Circus—a very pdor attar, at best
—visited this place last Saturday, and
brought a large number or people and
quarters—the last they had, or expected
to have—to this place. Some old women
%ame With dried berries and offered them
for almost nothing to get money to go to
the circus with—while many aman was
'ere Kith a quarter borrowed from a neigh
ter, crLile family was li6^ly to get their
bread and victuals this winter principally
from the berries they hate picked and
plied this fall. And we noticed also that
vent many Were here who owed us a
small pittance of one or tWo 'dollars, who
bare never been able to raise it for us --=-
Imt they could readily raise enough to
take themselves anda half-dozen children
into the MMus, afternoon and evening.
the circus, taverns and storey wade mon
Court was in session here last weelii
and a large number of people Were here
in attendance. The business Of thd Court
was confined to criminal matters entirely
until Saturday, when we believe one civ
il action—that of Byam vs. Jones, miner
,f-estate of Lyman, dee'd—was put on
trial in the afternoon and resulted in a
verdict for the Plff. Tho crimlnai busi
ness consisted of the following cases :
Coin. vs. Wm. Woodward.—Selling li•'
guar. Deft., plead guilty, fated Q.IO and
cats, and stands committed.
Coin. vs. Pully Ann Smith.—Kec;ping
a disorderly house. Verdict zuilty.—
Com. vs. Hiram and Ann E. Beals.—
Selling liquor and keepinsr, a disorderly
house. Not guilty, and Deft. pay costs.
Com. vs. James 13artron.-- , --Belling li
guar on Sunday.' Verdict guilty.
Com. rs: Dennis - .ll'Ginnis.-L-Assault
and battery, convicted at June term.—
Sentenced $l. - and costs, and stand com
Cow vs. Hezekiab S. Hyles.—lnd't.
Bing liquor without license. Verdict
tot guilty, and county to pay costs.
Com. vs. Silas Nelson.--Selling liquor
without license. Verdict cot guil ty, but
Nft: pay costs.
Com. (Mary Ann Jordan, preseetitrii)
r Daniel Hartron.—Assault and battery
with intent to commit a rape. Verdict
tot guilty, but Deft. and prosecutor each
r , iy half the costa.
Com. vs. Henry Ervdy.--Deft plead
guilty to stealing a yoke of oxen from
Owen. Sentenced to Peniten
tiary at Philadelphia for three years.—
The Sheriff left for Philadeiphia with the
prisoner on Monthy.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
C. C. LYMAN, of rlysseS, will be an INDE
PENDENT CANDIDATE for the office of
county Treasurer. Having neither time nor
Looney to spend for electioneering purposes, I
rest my claims with the will of the People to
! , e expressed at the general election in Octo
her, . Aug 1, ISt O. .
Corrected every Wednesday by E. N. STEB
BINS A; BRO. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions,
opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
Apples 4 green, : 3?. bush:,
do dried, "
1 1 !•.es3v . ax,
? , arries, dried, `,O quart
Buckwheat, 1.1 bush:, •
Butter, p 1 lb., - • '
Coro, 13 bush.,
Coro Meal, per cwt./
Ezir ; "t 1 dos ,
Floor, extra, "•••*
Batas, 11 1b.,.
Bay, 11 ton,
Honey, per lb.,
Lard, " --
Ma ple Sugar, per lb./
(d ata,`ig bush.,
Pork, ^t) bbl./
do in whole:Vogt 1*;)
Peaches, dried, l b.,
Bye, per bash:, ,
Salt, bbL, - •- -
do 70 sack,
Weft, bitib., •
EYES THOSE Mariam; in the enjoyment of
perrect health frequently - linVe
; need- tO 135.ve
reeourbe to tonics as - prevemtives df. fitiease. 1
We are never to well armored against the as
eaults of "ills that flesh is heir -to." Snch an
invigorator they may find in 'HOSTETTER'S
BITTERS—a medicine that canndt he taken
regtilarly without giving vitality and elastici
ty to the system. At this - season; Particular
ly, the strongest man is not proof against •the
malaria, in certain sections of the connery.-
4n all d!tses of fever and ague, the Bitters is
more potent than any amount of quinine,
vihils the Most dangerous cases of billious
t fever yield to its wonderful propel tl 2.s. I , Those
I ntri have' tried- the medicine will never use
!another, for any. of the 'ailments which. the
Hostetter- Bitters proffissda to subdue. To
th'ise whd liat'd nut made the biperitnent, we
cordially recommend an early application to
the Pitterg, Whenever they are etricken by
I diseases of the digestive orgatil.
Sold by druggists and dealers gtnerally,
DVAL.See advertisement in another column.
JUDSON'S MOUNTAIN HgRB
How strange and wonderful it often seeids
to is that a medicine composed of simple
TM:it:attain herbs and roots, should so certainly
sear'cli c;.t and eve disease. Flow surprising
that the. Indiatis sl.niuld know and preserve to
long and well a secret that has escaped the
search of the greatest physicians the worl.l
has ever-seen. True, the ancient inhabitants
of Mexico were a strange race, found by the
Spaniards living in large cities, and allowing
for their strange customs and religion as well
civilized as their conquerers. In the words
of a writer of some celebrity, "They have
perished from, the earth, their cities are gi
piNs of ruins their Kings and Princes
so nighty in their life, are forgotten; - their
ruins and their medicine alone
. are left." The
united testimony of intelligent persons is,
that Judson's Mountain Herb Pills are the
most successful medicine. in the world in cur
-1 ing disease. Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
A CARD TO YOtNG LADIES AND GEN
TLEMEN.—The subsciriber will send (free 0"
charge) to all who desire it, the Beeine and
direetiOns for making a timple Vegetable
that will, in from tvk.o to eight days remove
Pimples, Blothe;., Tan, Freckles, Sillorrdess,
and all impurities and toughness of the Skin;
leaving the same—as Nature intended it sho'd
clear,snioolli and beautiful. Those de
siring the Recite. Itith full instructions..
rections, and advice, will pltate calor ad , .
dr - -ss (with return postage.)
JAS. I'. MARSItALL,
43-13 t No. 32 City Buildings. N. York.
( ( irtiu Abiurti.,srmints.
6jltst 61)11115 gt' s rf gi:t!
G. S. & E. A. JONES.
tile gore formerly occupied bj P. A. Sleldnns.) ,
receiving a full assortment of Fall and
Wiuter Goods. To say they are tic:ll, v
beautiful, magnificent, unsurpassed &c , are
but vreak expressions to convey to the public
Tfitift REAL 3 Ettli.
Nothing lint a personal examination will
do. All are invited to call, examine, criticize
Our Stock of GROCERIES, i frill and corn:-
plete, and sold at prices to suit the times.—
To those wishing to purchase we say giYe. us
a call and CS.llltalle our goods and prices.
We will sing you a ditty, ye wise and ye Witty
Who grace now o•:r city, from piieci AO.
And hope that your furor will crown our en:
To please you we'll ever, kind souls, that yo
Our etore room of Goods, no*, you are all
bound to see, now,
'Tie what you'll agree, now, is worthy your
For here yon may bur,m.r, Goods loaf priced
or high, now,
And each one who'll buy, now great Bargains
We Dace gwAs of all sorts, and goods that
And Sngar, and Coffee, arid Broad Cloths; and
And Thbattino, and Boots, and Prints, that are
With the finest of Q . ,udeusware, and strongest
• , of Sheeting,
At prices with which, there is no competing.We have caps of ull kinds, the great and the
With Ribbons and Laces, the tichesi and litist
We hare Wallets fel muney—has fortune
And showed it on ye? We hope you are then
We have Indigo, Nutmegs, and Glassware,
With Vinegar, .latch s, and traps to eateb
In-short, we have all that man or woman can
On the crown of the head, or the sole of the
Or that cnn bepinned on, or stretched on or
Or anywhere en or allotit them be placed
nd sill are at prices so wondrously low
That it is needless any place else to go,
For it is surely the truth, and ought to be
That JONES is the man that can't be under-
So Farmer and Lawyer,Blacksmith and Saw-
We have goods that will suit you just to a T.
We have pants that are fitting fiir that place
$ 57i to 623
14 — l5
you sit in
Or may chance tai get iIS, or where ever you
ffoops, there is no telliag, hotr many Irt are
Which the girl§ all say are surpassingly low,
And everything ese to numerous to' mention.
With Shawls and nice Capes to draw your
We have now told our story, the programme's
Come vow, tife implore pot; eta see: for" 'you-
6 50' foo
30 . ' 40
23 50 24 50
2, - 13
- 14 20_
•-' l5 ' 7
,2" 25 2 59" ,
And vouch for ne duly, that nu haVe 4oke
Ind buy of us fully the goods on our shelves
Coudersport, Sept. 12, 180.
Td PERSONS OUT OF EMPLOY - MK:VT
A GEMS , WANTED y 0 SELL THE ERIE
Ilk SEWING MACIMNE —We will give a
Commission, or wages at from $25 to $6O
pet month, and expenses TA& This is a new
Vachine, and set simpte ht its construction
that a child of ID years can learn to operate
it half hour's instruction. It is equal
to any Family Sewing Machine in' use, and:
the price is but . Fifteep Dollars.
Zersons_lvishing an. Agency will addreis
• , - J.ti..BoyLAN,
• Seey. Erie Ffearing-Machine Com'y
2,00 . 25
Geiterl Llection 4 Proalamation
vorrtsuANT id an actof the General As
sembly: of the Commonwealth of Penn-
Sylvania, entitled "An Act reliting .to the
election of this C e otiimonwealth," approved the
second day of July A. D., one thousand eight
hundred and I. P. Burt,
Sheriff of the County 'cif Pottei, Penbsytivania,
do hereby Make known and give itdtice to the
electors of the County aforesaid that a Gene
ral Election will be held in said Coudty of
Potter to Trieetray: the (6th) dafr.of- No-
...ember next. Being' " the Tuesday nett after
the first Monday -of said mouth,", in the see- I
oral districts within the said Cont..ty, to-wit
For the Township of Abbott, at the Germs
( nin Hotel, in said township., •
Ftir the township of Allegany, at the school
I house near the place formerly.owned by Cbei
terAhdrews. in said township.- • ;•
Fur the township of Bioghatii, at the nose
of A R Lewis, in said township.
For the township of Clara, at the school
hohse near Sala. Stevens!. in said township.
• For the township of Eulalia i at the New
Court House In the Borough'.of Cobderspoit.'
For the township of Genesee, at the house
fdtmierly occupied by S. S. Rasco, in Ellis-
For the' township of Harrison, at the house
recently occupied by ha Ltartholarnew, in said
townsi • ip.
For the township of Hebron. at the school
house No. 5, tiller Pent) , Ing,rahatifs in said
For the tott - ristip of Hector, nt the Stitider-
I lin school house, in said township.
F tr the township of homer, pt school
house near Jacob Peet's, iu si.id
For the township of Jackson, at the house
formerly occupied by Benjamin Barse, now
31..Chappel, in said township
.For the township a Keating, at the house
of Pliny Harris in said tcow.shir.
For the township of Oswkro, at the Centre
school house, in said township.
For the township of Pike, ,at the house of
Elijau Johnson, in said township.
For the township of Pleasant Valley, at the
seho:,l house in said township. _
For the township of Portage, at the S.zer
school house, in said township.
For the township of Roulet, at the school
httise near George \Veiwer's in said township.
For the township of at the Sharon
Centre school house, near John Voorhees'.
For the tdwnship of Sweden, at the house
of Asenath Taggart, in said township
For the township of Stewqrdson, at the
hone of John S. Clark, in said township.
Ftit the tdwrithip of Summit, at the house
fOrmerly occupied by Uel Cook, now Jona
than Redson, in said township.
For the township of Sylvania; r.t -the school
house near J. M; Rees', in salli toi7n4in.
For the township of Ulysses, at the housh
of Atlas Bennett, iu said township.
For the township of West Branch, 4t the
house of 8. 4. Conable. in said township.
For the to*nship.of Wharton, at the housb
of Stephen Horton, itt said . towuship.
For the Borough of Coudersport, at the
Court House in said Borough.
The officers to be elected at the time and
places aforesaid are twentyLstwen persohs as
Electors for President and Vice-President ofi
the United States.
It is further directed that the meeting of
the return judges at the Court House in Cou
dersp?rt. VI make out the general returns,
shall ne on' the first Friday succecilints th;;
general election, which will he the 9th day of
I also make known and give notice as in and
by th e 13th section of the aforesaid act I am
directed. that . eVevy person er.cep justices of
the Peace, who holds any office of appoint
ment of profit or
. tru , t, under the Government
of the United States or of any city or incor
porated district, whether a Commissilned of
ficer or otherwise. a subordinate officer or
agent. Who is or shall he emplo,)ed under the •
legislative, jlt.3.icierv, or executive department
of this State or the United States, or of any eite
or incorporated district. and also that every
member of Co:lgress and of the State Legis
lature, and of the select end common council
of any city, or commissioners of any incor
porated disci ;et, tai; int-hp:lila , of hold
! ing - of receiving at the same time the office or
appointment of Judge. Inspector, or Clerk of
'any election in this Commonwealth, and that
no Inspector or Judge, or othei officer of any
I such election shell be tiligible to any office
tlilu to be voted for.
Also, that in fourth section of the Act of
.4seembly entitled "an Act relating to elec
ticing and fot other purposes," approved April
16th. 1840, it i 3 enacted that the aforesaid
13th section ,hail not be so constructed as to
I prevent any military officee_er.Borough officer
from serving as Judge, Insflector, or Clerk of
any general or special election in this Cora
-1 monwenith. PursUant to the prOilSititi3 of
the Ulst sectilm of said ac'., "every general
Ispecial election, Shall be opened between
I the hours of 8 and 10 in the forenoon ; and
Ipall centirmed without interruption or ad
! purnment until 7 o'clock in the evening, whett
the poles shall be clOsed.
Given under my hand at Conderspoit, ibis
the 18th day of Sept. 1860, and in the 84th
scar of the indepcdencp of the United States.
WM. F. BURT, Sheriff.
sovlZ l 'Mrzl,
TONIC, D RJR ETId,
4 A frif va , t o
To the citizens of Sew Jersey and Pennsylvania
AptifiEcaries Din - gists, Grocers and
Wolfo's Pure Cognac Brandy.
WelLs's Pure Tdaderia, Sherry and tort
Wolfo's Pure .Tmaica and St. Croil bun.
Wolfo's Pare Scotch and Irish Whisky.
ALL IN ItOTTLIZ:
I beg leave la call the attention or the citi
zens of the United States, to the atove WINES
and LIQUORS; imported by Edolpho Wolfe, at
New York, whose-name is, familial• in every
part:of this ecin'nti'y for file petit,:: of his. cele
brated SCHIEDAM. SEW:4IW- Mr. Wolfe, -in
his leiter to Me, speaking of the purity of his
Wines and Liquors., says: I will stake my
reputation as a man tty stantlinx as a mer• - -
chant of thirty years' residence in the City or ,
New York, that all the Brandy nod Wines
which I bottle are pure as imported, and of
the best quality, and can be rolled upon .by
every purchaser.'' Every bottle has the prof
prietor's name on the wax. -and a fac.situile
of his signatiire on t' e certificate. The pub
lic are respectfully incited to call and exam
ine for themselves. Fur-sale at Retail by all
Apothecaries and Grocers in:Philadelphia
dgo: TAshrox, No. El32.Market st. Phil.
gO!5 A:rnt „Am. F1t?!2c7.,117Va.
, . .
Read the folloWing from the New -York
Courier: ' ' '• • - •
ss role ur Tonic
Msactizst:—We are happy to inform our fel- i
low-citizens that Were is one place in our city!
where the physician, apothecary, nod tountiy
nierCbant,. can go anti purchase mire Wines
and Liqnors, as pure as im orted, and of the,
best quality. We•dp'tot intend to give abl
elabotate description of this intrehutit's I
tensive business, although it 4'4 i•
11 L epit'y any
stranger or citizen tol visit Udelpho Wolfe'st
extebsive *alc:libuse, Nos. 18. 20- and 22,!
Beaver street, and Nos. 17, 1i aild. 21; Mark- i
etfield street. His stock of Schnapps on hand .
ready for shipment ctipld ii . dtdia t e been less
than thirty thousand 'cases ; tile, Brandy, some;
ten thousand bases—tintages of 1836 to 1356 ; i
aid ten , th l ottland 'pikes tlf Madeira, Sherry I
and Port Witte, tcotCh and Trish Whisky,
. and St. Cruis Rum, soe very old 1
and equal Id arty in thli 'p.ourtry. lle also
had three large cellais, filled with Brandy,
Wine, ke., in casks, under Custom-House,key, '
teddy fbr bottling. : Mr. WOlfe's sales of
ISchbayps last year amounted to one hundred
and eighty thodsatd' dozen, and we hope in
less thah fa-1) yetiii lie may be equally 'suc
cessful with his Rratidies and iWines.
111 s business Merits the patrionage of every
rovl4 iif liis..itkeies. 'Private , families who
wish pute Wines and Liquors for medical use
should Send their orders dirt et to Mr. Wolfe,
until every Apothecary in the land make up
their triihdd to discard the poisiMons stuff frota
their shelves; and replace it with Wolfe's ,ptire
Wines and Liquors.
We understand Mr. Wolfe, !for the y‘ccom
, thodation of small dealers in the todtiti : y 7 nuts
Ihp assorted cases, of Wines land . Liquors.=
t Such a man, and such a merchant; should bh
sustained against, his tens of thonsan'ds Of oiis
ponents in the United - Slates, I wlio 'sell nett)-
, lug . but imitations,:ruinous ittlikii to. 'lndian
1 health and happiness. . ' : [s2='6m*
Sewing Mibhix' Lee Of Million !
LL families wanting the•tieSt and cheap
...lL est SEWING MACHINES in the market
are hereby notified that the !subscriber.. will
furnish to order on demand the cheapest and
best article in . that line, yiz:
The New England Family Sewing Machine,
Manufactured by J. Dale jr L S: Co., of New
buryport, Mass. Prices, hand Machine $l3;
Treadle do. $2O; Treadle and Table do. $25
Also the May Flower, making the. Grover &
Baker stitch, strong; heavy and powerful nt
$35, to $4O. "The Defiance;" is a newi Ma
chine, manin the stitch alike on both sides
of the Otitii. y XhLttfo last made bytheEagle
S. M. Co., (L. D. TOrsley) New York. Hav
ing thoroughly tested the above articles I can
recommend them to all who may wish to pur
chase a good Muchines 4 . and very
easily learried to operate add ndt liable to get
out of repair.
All persons wanting the, above may address
G. T. DENNIS,
Allegany Bridge, McKean - Co., Pa.
Sept,Sept a 18604
D. E. OLMSTED & CO
(D. E. OLMSTED ; B. B. Cdt,t - ELL A. C.
Are no* . prelihred for the
with a large an unnslally attractive
which are for Safe at the
Without going into details; eteil dkiart-
ifierit is llea 6 )tilla careful Selections which
to please both in quality and prices:
Thantfitl fat fait favois thiy would solicit
Coudersport, Sept. 10, 1860.
A B. Principal.
M. W dittlLANri, 7 J .
. i syrs.
The ULYSSES ACADEMY was cortinVoced
in the spring of 11359 opened to students
the following September.: its object is to af
ford ta.the youth of its vicinity; and to others
whio may choosh it, as a' place of Ot the
requisite - tadfain for obtaining a thorough
Mid practical education.:
The school is is a neat,: two-story building,
beautifully situated on a gentle eminence
conmianding a view of the:village and coun
try around. The adjoining yard - contains
about three acres. The upper story contains
a single room; and is used fora chapel, red-.
Wien, and study room. -"This room is lighted
by .14 large windows, furnished. with seats for
150 scholars, tables, , biaElt-boardn.• maps,
charts, clock, thermometer, and Library of
Reference Books. The lower story contains
two. rooms for recitations, l one for library, a
dressing room, and a hall, 8 by 44 Tie...
IThe students board in private families and
study in . their own rooms. Nearly every faro.
Hy in the village open their lOuscs to boarders.
lAs several new' he:lsis late being erected,
there will be no lack of accommodations.;
land, in private fatdjlies, students ban enjoi ,
the comforts of hotrie.
I, gam This
~ Institution is better furnished
with maps,. charts and. Reference Books than
any similar higtittition in the coußtry. The
Library of Reference contains over 40 vol= -
umes, costir:g.. about .$3,00 a vol. Among
them are: APPLETON'S NEW AMERICAN
CYCLOPEDIA, 9 vols. THE HOME CY.CLO
PEDIA, 8 vela.. &c. There, is a enerul
brary andel. tLe cab of a Librarian; and a
Teachers Library containing 25 vols., upon
There are three Sessionan year, of Fourteen
' Weeks each; Commencing as follows:
Ist Sesar.tA flies'dtty Aug. 21st, 1860.
2nd " " Dec. 4th "
3rd li " March 26th 1861,
ilig.qtiite commences Nov. IS6i.
Tuition Per Term;
/NVATRIABLY T 1 ADVANFE.
Coitimbn Englisb—embrficing Reading,
Writing, drtliligrnihy, j Geography,
Grammar, and Arithmetic $5,0
To which is added for each higher Study 1,00
Incidentals, Library, - 50
Institute, . 50
Board, room, light, fuel, &C., $1,50 pqr ikeek.
Rooms without board, $2 or s3i per term.
PROF'; C. W. SAWDERI; .
The author of SANDERS' REA DERS,•will be
present the last two weeks of the Fall Term,
and conduct a Teachers' Institute. •
Prof Sanders will lie aided by S. LEWIS,
Esq., the Co. Supt., and iiroliably Isf; the Sit
perintendeut's of the adjoining (Aunties:
It, is very impo.tant that Students be pres
ent at the commencement, and remain until
the close of th 6 term. A record of each pu
pil's attendance will be kept, and reports sent
to every Patron.
186 As respects fin and convenient building,
beautiful and healthy Location, thorough practical
and symte-natic instruction, efficient aids, pure
Strong And noble incentives this institution
knowledges rio superior,, few equals. The in
tercourse of the students with each other and
with the Instructors is expected to conform to
the courtesies and proprieties of cultivated
society. Their admission to the ins.titutioq
nud.eujoymentuf.itk privileges, idtply
1;(1 contract on their part promptly to ob
serve its Regulatinns. A copy of these is fur
nished to each student and conformity to them
is indispensible to continuance in the Institu
,Por further information Address the PRIN
CIPAL, Ulysses, Pa. . _
LIP!? PILLS AND PLUENIX BITTERS.
\HSE MEDICINES have now been before
the public fora period of-THlttV Ferns,
an ddridg that th'oe have indintained a high
Cliara&r in iiiniost e.i•tiri part of the Glhe,
for their eztraOrdinai . y arld hihnediale Power,
dl' restoring perfeCt health to persdus - sutfering
under nearly every kind of disease td which
the human frame Is liable.,
~ , 4 ... . : .
. Ile following are iiiong the., distressing
variety of human diseases iu which the
Vegetable Life Illedlelnei
Are well known to be infallible.
DYSI'EPSIA, by thdietighly cleans,iiii the
first and secziud stomachs, and creating a flow
of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind; FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite,
Heartburn, Headache, Restlessness, 111-Tem
per, Anxiety, Languiir, and lelanclioly, Wtich
are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a natural conSequeuee of its cure.
COSTIVENESS, by cleansing the whole,
length of the intestines with a solvent process,
and without violence ; all violent purges leave
the boWels costive within two days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood
to a regular circulatiori; through the process
of perspiratiorl,in sdch Cases, and the thor- i
°ugh solutitin of all ifitestiEal obStrutition
The Life Medicio.es lait•e , seen known td
cnre RHEUMATISM permanently in three
weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by re
moving local Inflammation from the muscles
and ligaments of the joints.
DROPSIES of, all kinds,. by freeing affd
strengtheriirig the kidrinys and bladder; they:
operate most delightfully on these important
organs,'. and hence h eve ever been tbund a cer
tain remedy for the worst cases of GRAVEL.
Also WORMS, by dialodging, from the tarp
iegs of the bowels the slimy matter td which
tliesi creatures adhere.
SORES. by the perfect purity which these
LIFE MEDICINES give to the blood, and all
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COM-
FLEXIONS, by their alterative effect-ution the
4- urds-f?..nt f€id the Ali t , and the teltillid state
of which occasions I,Th/captive complaints,
sallow, cloudy, and othal• disagreeable com
The Ain of tlicte Pi% for a very short time,
will effect an entire cure of SALT RIIEUM,
and a Striking improvement in the clearness'
of the skin. COMMON .COLDS and INFIX:,
EN?A.will always be cured by one dose, - or •
by -t•Zki in the ii - orsl cases. -
PILES.-L-The original proprietor. of these
Niedicines. was cured of Piles of 35 years
standing, by the use of tilt: , LIFE MEDICINES
FEVER AND AGUE.—ror this scoritge.o?
the. Western country, these Medicines will I,)e
found a safe,,spPedy, and certain 'remedy,—
Other medicines Ileare the system subject to
a return or the disease—n cure by these Med
icines is permanent—rur TEIEU, BE SATIBFrEB;
AND DB . CUILED. -
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM-
P.LAINTS.-- - -GeneruLDebility, Loss of Appe !
tite,.and Diseases of Females—the Medicines
haVe been used with the most beneficirl re;
sults in cases of this datcriptiOnt—Kings
Evil, and Scisirfeht, id its Worst forms. yields
to.the s ild let foihrful_ aetithi of these re
markable Medicines: Night 80e*, Netrvous
Debility;.tlervoiiis Complaints of all .- kinds,
Palpitation of the Heart, Painters',Colic,•are
spfedily cured. - • • . •
MERCURIAL DISEAS,ES,—Persons whose
constitutions hare: tifolne impaired by the
injudicious .nse of.Msaccay,_ will .firid .these
Medicines a perfeet cure..tis they never fall to
eradicale from'. the.systetp, all.theptffects of
Mercury. infinitely sooner than the most pow
erful preparations of Sarsanarilla. -
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