The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, October 25, 1860, Image 3

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cQUDERSPORT; OCITtMEIt 18Go
Wood.—We- want a few 'Cords of good
dry wood on (A subscriptions and for new
subscribers. We 'want it 18 or 20 inches
l o ng, and the sooner it como the - better
f o r - everybody. Bring it. -along now,
though the roads are muddy.
A Long Timothll • .11c9(1.—Mr. Seth
8. Roberts, of Genesee - township, last
week left a head of Timothy at our
of
fce which measured, when green 14 inch
'es in length, and when dry - 18.inehes,
Beat this if you can in the world. The
stall; on which it grew, with the liend
measured nearly six feet. It grew in his
Meadow.
ll'e have at last lot the List of Premi
tali for publication. It is, as usual, a
]cog time coming before the public, and
We have been many times roundly scolded
it its non-appearance last week. But
tire hope, now that they have it before
them, the publi9 will be satisfied—though
' w e have a good will to go at scolding the
;Refectory and Board of Managers fur get
ling us scolded so from their dilotorions
beis. But we will let the thing go now,
iceause we know it is no easy matter to
get a matter like that ready for publieo
ton.
The best evidence the public can have
13f the- enterprise of a newly established
Mechanic or Merchant, is the fact that
•he advertises in his local paper. No
matter how many competitors of bower
or long standing he may have, if they do
not advertise the:i business he will at
once take a front position iu his line of
business—provided, of couise, that he is
a competent workman. Mr. Mivar, at
the new Harness Shop, invites business
and competition, and we believe he de-
serves altdi--share of the trade of this
place.
A Good Paper for Every Fanzity.—
All oar readers may - not be acquainted
kith one of the most valuable agricultu
ral and family journals in the country,
now in its nineteenth ~volume. We re
fer to the Ameii:a2l .Agricultnrid, which
is a large and beautiful journal, devoted
to the practical labors of the Field, Gat
dm and the Ilcusehold. It is prepared
by practical mon (and women) who knew
what they write about, and it gives a .
great amount of valuable information,
useful got only to farmers, gardeners,
Stock- raisers, iruit growers, and these
who have little village plots, but also to
every family. We advise_ our readers to
scud $1 to the publisher, ORANGE JUDD,
41 Bark Row, New-York, and try the
.47cieukurist a year. A specimen copy
can doultlms be bad by sending to the
publisher. Thtse subscribing now, for
the twentieth volume, (1861,) will get
the remaining numbers. of this year with
out charge.
At a It epublican weeting in George
town, Mass.. the following song entitled,
'the Quakers are Oat," written by John
G. Whittier, was read : •
Nut vainly we waited and counted the hours,
The buds of our hope. have burst out into
flowers.
No room for misgiving—no loop-hole of
doubt—
We're heard from the Keystone! The Qua-
• kers are ,ut.
The plot has exploded—we've found out the
trick ;
,The bride goes a begging ;-the fusion wou't
I stick
IThen the Wide-Awake lanterns are shining
about,
roe rogues stay at borne, and the true men
come out!
ae good State has broken the cords for her
spun;
ter ell-springs and water won't fuse into one;
The De.einnan has seasoned with Freedom
his kraut;
/a.dslow l late ) bat certain, the Quakers are
out!
ae the flags to the winds!—set the hills all
aflame
Take way for the man with the patriarch's
name!
'' , ll's with misgirings--away with all doubt,
or I.tNcotx goes in when the Quakers cotae
oat!
Obituary.
DIED, in Coudersport, on Thursday, the 4th
''t, 11r. Menet.As Scuootezen, aged 30
CUE.
Death loves a shining mark, a signal blow,
blow, which: while it executes, alarms;
t 4 startles thousands with it.single f2// ' "
How Many times during one short year,
Iva the above words of the poet, YouNG,
''!ca brought fresh to our minds ; yet Na
/re—that book which is ever open—
Peaks to us, in a language that cannot
- a mistaken, that death is no respecter of
'moos, but that "dust thou art and to
st tbo.l returnest," was spoken to all—
e, even to everything, save the soul.
too, like a Sumner flower, has pass
11.Y. Once more are we forcibly remind
that earth is not our abiding place;
vin the " silver cord is loosed, the gold
howl broken." Another of our num
' gone —one whom we could not well
Especially by the young who have
-11 his companions and associates since
I 'll. came in Mir midst, the loss will
fell; for one of our brightest esamples
ofintegrity,.virtue and morality, has been
taken from. us. Let. ua. pause and ask :
now Many of our young. men who have
etb - barked upon the broad ocean of,active
life; ;are prepared to' mhke his place good?
We are informed, - also,- that -Mr. Selo°.
makei gaie good el/lane6 of hitting taSt
ed tfie sweets of Redeerning Love.; Ftc
Was unconscious touch - uf the time during
his:illness, but often when his mind Was
clear; he talked With his • wife upon the
near approach of death with the most per
fect composure ; as for himself, he said
his doubts and fears were all dispelled—
he was willing to go. Only on account
of his 'unsettled business, and leaviut her
to vilMin he was bound by the most sa
cred of all earthly human ties, to buffet
with the storms of life. without :his pro
tecting care, would lie fur a moment, wish
to tarry longer—yet God's will be done.
In the same kind Father, who supported
the husband in the dying hour; the af
flicted wife places her trust, hoping, be
lieving, that if she holds out faithful even
unto the end, theitseparation will be on
ly fora season, and that a glorious -re
union awaits them beyond the grave.
i Maf her faith grow brighter and brighter
as she nears the gates of the Celestial
City, and_when is is her's to lay the frail
prison-house• by that now rivets her to
earth, may she go joyfully hence to meet
the loved ones who have gone before, and
with them sing the praises of God and
the Lamb forever. Z.
TILE BANNER - TOWNSHIP. - Cold
Spring' townshtp, Lebanon . Cp., claims
'the honor of being the banner township..
Curtin, Killinger awl the entire Repub
beau ticket received a unanimous vote
not a single cute was cast fur the Democ
racy.
calitirttisfmtitts.
Auditor's Notice.
.11OTICE is 'hereby given that the under
signed, an Auditor : appointed by till
Court to make distribution of the proceeds of
the sale of real estate in the case If. J. Pack
hurA, Urial Atwood, of Sept. Term 18.57,
No. 69, will attenn to the duties of his ap
pointment at the Prothonotary's office, in the
Boro, of Coudersport, on Saturday the 17th
day of November next, at 1 o' dock P. 11.—
Those interested will attend and present their
claims if they think proper.
H. J. OWISTED, Aliditor.
Auditor's Notice.
XTOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed, an Auditor appointed by the
Court to make distribution of the proceeds of
the sale of real estate in the case of D. Am
merman ra. Versel Dickinson of Feb. Term
1858. No, 68, will attend to the -uuties of his
appointment at the Prothonotary's office, in
the Boro of Coudersport, on Saturday the 24th
at 1 o'clock F. 11. Those interested will at
tend and present their claims if they think
proper.. 11. J. oLmsTED ; Auditor.
Administrators' Notice.
sunEREAS, Letters of Administration to
V the Estate of Nicholas Schoomaker,
late of Coudersport, in the County of Potter,
-.A-deceased, have beim granted to the sub
stribers, ,all persons indebted to said estate,
are requested to make immediate payMent ;
and those having claims against the same,
will present theta duly authenticated to
W. H.'ld ETZGA rt,
J. OLMSTED,
_ldmiuis(rators
Coudersport, Oct, 23, ISGO. s—thy
To Persons out of Einplounzent.—^
AGENTS WANTED,
In every County of the 'United States,
TO engage in the sale of some of the best
aid mo,:t elegantly illustrated Works
published.
Our publications are of the most interesting
character, adapted to the wants of the Farm
er,. Mechanic and Merchant; they are publish
ed in the best style and bound in, the most
substantial manner, and are worthy a place
in the Library of every Household in the
Land.
To men of enterprise and industrious
habits, this :business offers an opportunity fur
profitable employment seldom to be met with.
,M-.lr.Persons desiring to act as agents will
receive promptly by mail full particulars,
terms, Sc., by-addressing
LEARY, GETZ .k CO., Pubti.iher.l,
No. 224 North Second street, Phil.
GEORGE SMITH.
BARBER AND DAIRDRESSER,—in the
building recently occupied by J. S.. Mann,
Esq., as a law ollie, Coudersport, Pa.,—would
respectfully solicit the patronage of the pub
lic. Shaving, liair-eutting and Shampooing
dOne iu the most approved style.
Oct. It, .1860.-3 mo.
HOW THEY COME.
T"t?iseFe"Elw SetriseolM:ll2lagn"d. GOODS
at
BOOTS & SHOES DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, ILIRDWAREi
PORK, FLOUR,
and lots of things that people need.
WELL WIIAT OF IT
All kr sale—for HEADY PAY. only.
Bring 1000 oats. 13rtng 18 buttcr Bring 16
eggs. Brie; 10 bu( lorneat Bring 1000000
cash, and 18090000 bides and Oleo., pelts
All which I Coll read} pay."
"What about Prices ?"
Come and BCC. L.
.
A Vorikt.
Neolz, a ChintsciiiatiiraliAed
a g'radiiife of
'office, votea tuesday.—
Unk and out":7Rerrablican.
Teacher's ENaming.tionts.
The understguetiovill meet _Directors
and Teachers fur, ihe'purposes'of exami
ning teachers at the following times and
places: 0 •
Oct. 29th, at - the residence of Jeretniali Da
ker—Jackaon.
Oct. 30th, at the school house, near J. 31.
Rilbourn'sl—Pitte.
Oct. 3lst, - at the school house at.Oleona.
Nov. , Id. at the school house near Stephen
Ilorton's—Wharton.
Tot•. 3rd, at the school house, near Wm.
Burleson's—Sylvania.
Noy. sth, at the school 'house on Ayres 11111.
Nov. ith, at the school house, near John-
Eiost Chase's—Sweden.
• Nov. Bth, .at the school house, at Couders
port.
Nor. 9th, at the school house, near Harris
Lyman's—llonlette. •
Nov. loth, at the school. house, near Geo.-
1F ehner's—P. VallCy.
Nor. 24th, at the school house at
Nov. 20th, at the school house at Harrison
Nov. 27th, at the cchcol house at Bingham
Centre.
Nov. 28th, at the school house at Colesburg.
Nov. 29th, at the school hOuse, near J. H.
Green= n's—llebron.
Nov. 30th, at the school house at Ellisburg.
Dec. Ist, at the school house near the Tull
Gate—Oswayo.
DeC. :Ird, at the school house at Sharon
Centre.
The examinations will, in every case,
commence at 10- o'clock, A. 31. A large
attendance ig desired.
N. B.—Let teachers provide them
selves with pen,'luli and paper.
S. Len is. Co. Supt.
Lewis.ville,Oct. 10th, I.BGO.
3cit
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lilt--
An aperient and Stomachic preparation of
IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion in hydrogen. Sanctioned, by the
highest Medical Authorities, both in Europe
and the Cubed States, and prescribed in their
practice..
The experience'of thousands daily proves
that no preparation of Iron canbe compared
with it. Impurities of the blood, depression
of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly
complexions indicates its necessity in almost
every conceivable case.
Innoxions in all maladies in which it has
been tried, it has proVed absolutely curative
in each. of the following complaints, viz:
In Pcbillill, Xerrous Aired:one, Emendations,
Dyspepsia, Constipation ' Die rrhow, Dyientery,
Incipient Consumption,Scre.fuloim Tuberculosis,
Salt Eleven, Mismenstruation, Whites, Cldoroais,
Liver Complaints, Chronic lleadaches,
lihruma
tiarn, buermigent record, Pimples on the Face,
In eases of General Debility, whether the
result of acute disease, or of the continued di
minution of nervous and muscular energy
from chronic complaints, one trial of this res
torative has proved successful to an extent
which no description nor IN rat en attestation
would vmder credible. Invalids so long bed
ridden as to have become forgotten in their
own neighborhoods, have suddenly- re-ap
peared in the busy world as if just aturned
from protracted travel in a dis.tant
Some very signal instances of this kind arc
I attested to female Sutferers, emaciated victims
of apparent marasmus, sanguineous exhaus
tion, critical changes, and that complication
of nervous and despeptic aversion to air and
exercise for which the physician has uo name.
I In Nervous Affections of all kinds, and for
reasons familiar to medical men, the opetlation
of this preparation of iron must necessarily
be salutary, for unlike the old oxide, it is vig
orously tonic without being exciting and
overheating; and gently, regularly aperient
even in the Most obstinate eases of costive
) aces without ever being a gastric purgative,
or inflicting a disagreeable sensation.
It is this latter property, among others,
which makes it so remarkable effectual and
permanent a remedy fur Piko, upon %shit!) it
also appears to exert a distinct and specific
action, by dispersing the local tendency w•itich
forms them.
In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its causes
a single box of these Chalybeate has of
ten sufficed for the most habitual cases, in
cluding the attendent Costiveness.
In unchecked Diarrita, even when advanced
to 14seutery, confirmed, emaciating, and ap
parmtly Innlignaut, the effects have been
equally decisive and ai:itoui.hing.
In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength.
debilitating coug,h,and remittent heetie,which
generally indicate Lacipient Consumption, this
remedy has allayed the alarm of friends and
physicians, in several very gratifying and in
teresting instances.
In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated
iron has had far more than the good effect of
the most cauttously balanced preparations of
iodine, without any of their ',yell known lia-!
The attention of females cannot be too con
fidently invited to this roardy mid ratoratitk,
iii the cases peculiarly affecting them.
In Rheumatism, both chronic and inflam
matory—in the latter, however, more decid
edly—it has been invariably well reported,
both as alleviating pain and reducing the
swellinL , s and stillness of the juinte, and mus
dais. ✓
In Intermittent Fevers It must nceessariti,
be a great remedy and energetic restorative,
and its progress in the new settlements of the
West, will probably be one of high renown
and usefulness.
No rethedy has ever been discovered in the.
whole history of medicine, which exerts such
prompt, happy, and fully restorative effects.—
Good appetite, complete digestion, rapid ac
qitisition of strength, with an unusual dispo
sition for active and cheerful exercise, imme
diately follow its use.
' Put up in.ncat flat metal boxis containing
50 pills, price 50 cents per bog: fur sale by
druggists and dealers. Will be sent free to
any address on receipt of the price. All let
ters, orders, etc., should be addressed to
. P. L. LOCKE S; Co., General Agents,
4—ly. 20 Ced.ti - St., N. V.
ItANDSOME WO,NEN
- TO TEE LAMES. •
• i•
HUNT'S " k *
BLOO.OF ItCSES" A rich
;and cleg4nt' color for the c/icelL? lips:
IT WILL NOT.. WASII OR ..lIVBTOFF,. and
when
wiled - once . applie(L'relnaids durable for years,
The tint ts'sto rich and natural, that the &Os=
est scrutiny falls to detect its use. Can be
removed . by lemon juice and will 'neit injure
the skin... This is a new prepiratiOn. used by
the celebratedTourt Beauties of LOndon and
Paris.. Mailed free, in bottles, With directions
for use, fur $.1.00.
11UNT'S " COLTRT.TOILET POWDER," im
parts a dazzlinz.nqateness to the cOcuple.Fion,
and is unlike anything else used fur thisTur
nose. Mailed free for 50 Cents.
MINT'S o'BIIITISH BALM," removes tan,
freckles, sunburn and all eruptions of the
skin. Mailed free for 50 cents.
BUNT'S «IMPERIAL PWIADE" for the
hair; strengthens and improves its growth,
keeps it from tailing off, and is warranted to
make the hair. Curl. Mailed free for $l.OO.
HURT'S "PEARL BEAUTIFIER," for the
teeth and galas, cleanses and whitens- the
.teeth, hardens the gums, .purifies the breath
effectually, preserves the teeth . and prevents
toothache. Mailed free for $l.OO.
lIUNT'*" BRIDAL - WREATH PERFUME,"
a double extract-of orange blossoms and co
logne, 31ailed free for 4.00. nig exquisit4
perfnme was first lased by the PriaCess Royal
of, England, orrirer -marriage. Meisrs. Hunt
Co., presented the Princess with an elegant
case of Perfumery, (in which all of the above
articles were included) in handsome cut glass
with gold stoppars, valued at $l5OO, particu
lars of which aPpeared in the public prints.
All the above articles sent Free, Ly expreslz,
for $5.00. Cash can either accompany the
order, or be paid to the express agent ou de
, livery of goods.l HUNT CO.,
Peifuniers to the Queen.
i?eget.t St.. London ' and 77'S`an.ann P.' Phil. Pa.
For Sale by all Druggists and Perfumers.
ra,„ The Trade Supplied.
. _ _
E. ZN. STEBELNS S DIIO., Coudersport
have the above articles for sale.
01172PRItt
A SUPERLATIVE
TON IC, D lUR ETIC,
4 417 T DYSPO CISI
ItIICARIONCt CORDIAL
To the citizens of :Ye :a Jersey and Penn'sylvania,
Apothecaries. Druggists, Grocers and
Private Families. -
Welie's Pure Cognac Brandy..
WoHe's Pure Maderia, Sherry and Port Wine
Vitolle's Pure Jamaica and St. Croix Bum
Viclfe's Pare Scotch and inch Whisky.
ALL IN BOTTLES.
I beg leave lo call the attention of the citi
zens of the United States to the above WISES
and Liquorts, impOrted by Ildolpho Wolfe, of
Yew York, whose, name is familiar in every
part' of this country for the putity of his cele
brated Semmiu ScusArrs. Mr. Wolfe, in
his letter tome, speaking of the purity ofltis
Wines and Liquors, says: 6' I will stake my
reputation as a man in standing as a mer
chant of thirty years' residence in the City of
New York, that all the Brandy and Wines
which I bottle are pure as ;.irapurted, and of
the best quality, and can be relied upon by
every purchaser."' Every bottle has the pro
prietor's name on the ivnz, And a fac simile
of his signal re on the certificate. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to call and eS:1131.•
ice for themselves. For sale at Itetail by all
Apothecaries and Grocers in Philadelphia.
GE°. U. Asumv, No. 842 Market se. Phil
Sole Agent li?r Philadelphia.
Bead the following from the New York
Courier: •
Exonitors BusixEss - pea/ ONE NEW YORK
MERCIIANT.—We are happy/to inform our fel
low-citizens that there is one place in our city
where the physician, apothecary, and country
merchant, can go and purchase pure Wines
and Liquors, as pure as imorted, and of the
best quality. We do not intend to give an
elaborate description of this merchant's ex-
tensive business, althoughit will repay any
stranger or citizen 4.e. visit tidolpho Wolfe's
extensive ware -mdse, Not. 18. 20 and 22,
Beaver street, and Nos. 17,
1P and 21, Mark
etfield street.' Ills stock ofSchnapps on hand
ready for shipment,eould not have been less
than thirty thousarid eases; the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases4-Vintag,es of 1830 to 1806 ;
and ten thousand cases of Madeira, Sherry ' 1
and Port Wine, Scotch and Irish Whisky,
Jamaica and St. Croix Rum, some very old
and equal to any in this country. Ile also
had three large cellars, filled with 'Brandy,
Wine, S:c., in casks, under Custom-House key,
ready for bottling: Mr. Wolfe's sales of
Schnapps last year' mounted to one hundred
and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in
less than two yearOte may be equally suc
cessful with his Brandies and Wines.
His business merits the patronage of every
lover of his species, Private families who
wisli pure Wines and Liquors for medical use
should send their orders dirtet to - Mr. Wolfe,
until every Apothedary in the laud make tip
their minds to discard the poisonous stufffroM
their, shelves,. and replace it with Wolfe's pure
Wines and Liquors.
We understand Mr. Wolfe, for the accom
modation of small dealers in the country, puts
up assorted cases of Wines, and Liquors.—
Such a man, and such a merchant, should be
sustained against his tens of thousands of op-
Puncuts in the United Slates, who sell noth
ing-but imitations, ;ruinous alike to human
health and happiness. [s2—thu",
Sewing;rifacliinos for DIP-lion !
111_
A LI. families wanting the best and cheap
est SEWING NIACIIINES in the market
are hereby notified that the. subscriber will
furnish to order oh dethand the cheapest and
best article in that line, viz;
The New England Family Sewing Machine,
Manufactured by J. lisle jr, .1 Co., of New
buryport, Mass, Prices, hand Machine $l5;
Treadle do. $9O; Treadle andTablo do $95;
Also the May Flower; makingi the Grover A;
Baker stitch, stronw, heavy and powerful a!,
$35, to. S4O. "The Defiance '? is a new Ma
chine, making the stitch alike on both sides
of the cloth. The two last made by thcEagle
S. M. Co., IL. D. Townley) New York. Bay
ing thoroughly tested, the above articles,' can
recommend them to all who may wish to pur
chase a good working Machines, and very
easily learned to operate. and not liable to get
out of repair.
.111 persons wanting the above may address
G..T. DENNIS,
Allegany Bridge, McKean Co., Pa.
Sept.,.. ..; -1:8:60:
k-,E..OLMSTED..4,VO
(u. C. OLMSTED, B. S. COLIVEIL a A. C. TAG 0.111 i,)
Are new'prepared for the
FALL TRADE
nith a large an unusually attractive
S C K
OF
GOODS /
which are for Salee r at the
Lowest Prices,
Without going into detail; every depart-
meat is filled with careful selections which
CANNOT PAIL
to please both in quality and prim.
Thankful for past favors they would solid
an examination
FRO 3 ALL
before purchasing
GASH
PAID FOIL
Grain.
Coudersport, Sept. 10, 1860
MO FFAT'S
LIFE PILLS A.•l'D PIHE.2III" BITTERS.
FFILIESE MEDICINES have now been before
I the public for a period of Tutnry YEARS,
and during that time have maintained a high
character in almost every pakt of the Globe,
for their extraordinary and.ithmediate , power
of restoring perfect health to persons suffering
under nearly every kind of disease to which
the human frame is liable.
The following are among the distressing
variety of h-nmam diseases in which the
Vegetable Life Medicines
Are well known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the
first and secmtal stomachs, and,creatinga flow
of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind; FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite,
Heartburn, Headache, Restlessness, 111-Tem
per, Anxiety, Languor, and Melancholy, which
are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a, natural consequence of its cure.
COSTIVENESS, by cleansing the whole
length of the intestines with a solvent process,
and without violence ; all violmit purges leave
the bowels. costive within two days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood
to a regular circulation, throUgh the process
of perspiration in such, cases, and the thor
ough solution of all intestinal obstruction in
others.
The Life Medicines have been_ known to
cure RHEUMATISM permanently in three
weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by re
moving local inflammation from the muscles
and ligaments of the joints.
DROPSIE'S of all-kinds, by freeing and
strengthening the kidneys and bladder; they
operate most, delightfully on these important
organs, and hence hare ever beep found a cer
tain remedy for the worst cases of (RAVEL.
Also WORMS; by dislodging froth' the turn
ins of the bowels the slimy matter to which
these creatures. adhere.
SCURVEY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES, by the .perfect purity lchicb these
LIFE MEDICINES give to the blood, and all
the humors. •
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COI&
PLEXIONS, by their alterative effect upon the
fluids that feed the skin, and themorbid state
of which occasions all eruptive complaints,
sallow, cloudy, and other disagreeable com
plexions. •
The use . of these Pills , for a very short time,
will effect an entire cure of SALT BEIEUM,.
and a striking improvement in the
.clearness
of the skin. CUIIMON•UOLDS and INFLU
ENZA will always be cured by one dose, or
by two in the worst cases.
PILES.—The original •proprietor of these
Medicines. was cured of Piles of 35
.years
standing, by the use of the LIFE SIEDICLNES
alone.
FEVER AND AGUE.—tor this scourge of
the Wcatern country, these Medicines will be
wand a safe, speedy, and certain remedy.—
Other medicines Icare the system subject to
a return of the disease—a cure by• these Med
icines is permanent—rev 'MEM,. BE SATISFIED,
'AND BE CURED.
. .
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COM
PLAINTS.—GcneraI Debility, Los 4 of ;Appe
tile, and Diseases of Fcmalcs—the';, Medicines
have been used with the most beneficirl re
suits in cases of this description :—Kings
Evil, and Scorfula. in its worst folios, yields':
to the mild yet powerful action of these re
markable Medicines. Night Sweats, Nervous
Debility, Nervous Complaints, of all kinds,
Palpitation of the "Heart, 'painters' Colic, are 1
speedily cured.
MERCURIAL DISEASES—Persons whose
eonstitutions have become impaired by the
injudicious use of Mencusv', will find these
Medicines ,a perfect care, as they neVer fall to
eradicate from the system, all the effects of
Mercury, infinitely.sooner,than the inost pow
erful preparations of Sarganarilla.
Prepared and sold - by . W. B. MOFF.AT,
3i5 BROADW47, Nan`-YOU.X. •
For sale by all Druggists:
y, :i fr- t. :
'VALI 'I,4NW: WINTER
. -: • : . -.600.9; •,0. 71:
BLOCKy.
IN OSWAtO
TUE PROPRIETOR HAS
,Tu.st Received o Neiv
ME
Largest I d 13edi
IStock of - Gotiti i i
I EVER o.lif i EftElj
BUTTER COUNrirYf
d94ottrauft coitsisii of
DRY #G.9_ol)s4- . ,
tats, titt4- :41* .
Boots 4' Shoesi:
icrAßDlNtAtili, CROCKERY;
1 .. GIIOCERIES:':'„:
and
PROYISIONrS.
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I am determined to sell coops f.t.i-IoA a
they can' lie ria'rdhaSed id Wellsville. ,Bavt
ing rairchased foi Cash, no rents or interest
to pay, and selling a large amount for READY ;
PAY, I am enabled to Share the Itetta t t
Profits with my emtouiers. •
11 - laving made nrinig,einents with Bomo
he best houses in the city, gemds will be
skrippea fo ite, /WAIL!, •
ettrtbling - me roostantly to offer thef,ATiai
STYLES avd BEST QUALITIES of iloOds.
BEST GOLD AND SilA r Ell WAIVMM
kept on hand for sato. Betliatr3 supplied on
reasonable terms.
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where a COMPLETE GEXErI i AL .
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amayo, April 2, istti.•—rly,e4t.
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