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141 r the Poster Journal.
Review of Six Years in Amer
It was Sunday. The sun shone bright,
the sky was clear, and the fields, laden
with crops of the usual kinds waving
their.inelaficholy . heads in a fair breeze
from: the west; everywhere prevailed that
quiet which Uhland describes so well in
his poew, "The Shepherd's Sunday
Song - •
-One of my neighbors •iatited me to co
with him to meeting. I went with the
greatest aniiety;. because 'the great Be
vival was to full bloom, as they thought.
When I stepped into the room it was
crowded and two pre..chers occupied the
stand. Services commenced; hymns
were read and sung; people kneeled down
to pray ;-the 'leading minister prayed rais
ing his voice to its utmost capacity, and
I noticed a great excitement among the
hearers. . The sermon was preached in
the same way and manner, with some ex
cited oatbUrstS of certain members, and
thereafter came a chance - for remarks—
:ntanyr_of which proved good ideas, and a
few reached a high sphere of 'eccentricity.
After service came baptizing, and wit
nessed a scenei can neveiferget. - Silent
and in thoughts for ousel!, I left the
A.man with a rather les.; (in my view)
pious face came and asked me :"' how did
you like it"' I smiled. "Have you been
well pleased?": I loaed up. " Can't you
feel as we do ? speak the truth, my son."
I said "No." - Why, Lace you never
experienced religion ?" " Experienced!
=Religion ! Lo you call this religion ?"
" Didn't you hear what the minister said
this morning I' " 0 yes ! yes, I heard
each word. But I have a right to differ
with your opinions, as well as to respect
them; nevertheless, there is no right for
any one to controvert truth, hence, we
are entitled to improve our minds,
strengthen our principles and feed our
spirits with a clear understanding of the
Divine Scriptures; enrich our knowlethre
of our destination and our duty; throw
off our prejudices and become more toler
ant to each other, avoiding any spark of
sectarianism; and seek for enjoyment in
Science and be guided by a clear con
science; and if we will listen to that voice
in our hearts and follow its advice, we
will never go astray; we will learn to have
patience with our brother's fault, to suf
fer every cue's opinion, deal mild and
meek with our friends, be righteous to
our neighbors, in short, we have to love
our fellow-men—and in mankind, God !
If we arrive at this station and know our
selves and act accordingly with earnest
ness, sincerity and determination, then, I
tell you, it is not far to the time where
!God's kingdom comes,' because the
words and the meaning of them are un
derstood and accompli lied ! If ye
KNOW these timings, and DO TilE3l,
..py are ye
My man looked up to me and said :
"You must be careful, sir! fur every one
does not agree with you!" "If that is
the case, my friend, I shall say that I am
not surprised in the least. We will meet
some other time and speak about it.--
Mark my words, before a year passes, all
this is cooled down; and happy are those
then, Who understood and embraced the
spirit of the Gospel; for they will bi iug
forth fruit and be like the sun, coming•
and going and pouring down blessings,
life and joy."
The peat revival passed away, and iu
reality not many had been truly awaken
ed. " The excitement could not be upheld
even in the hands of 11. W. Beecher, who
abandoned the idea of starting a daily re
ligious paper, on account of impiety. If
this excitement had been lead into the
right path, it. would have shaken the
world; but it needed another tamer for
thiQ, and we may witness another revival
some time—l sincerely hope with more
.It is true, America is over flooded with
tracts, Bibles, and pamphlets with relig
ions contents; preachers are in' abund
ance ; also Bible 7 classeq, Sunday-schools,
etc::: but I asked myself very often, "Why
is this excitement gone by with so little
sueees ?" The American Tract Society
has even herself carried water on both
shoulders, and I du not.wender that her
tracts are refused by a majority of for
signers. For instance: on the sth of
Sept. 1854, Heft New York for Chicago.
At Albany we had been overladen with
tracts; and at Buffalo, we found that some
baggage, the only property of a poor fam
ily, had been stolen; another faini:y with
5 children bound from New York to Mil
wankie, had false tick t,—t poor father
had paid $.105 for 7 tickets-oml gut cheat
ed out of his last penny ; three others
bound to St. Louis, likewise; and in the
very moment of despair, an agent of the
American Tract. Society stepped in and
tried -to console the poor cheated ones,
pointing with his fingers up to Heaven,
where they could only find help. Ills
cut of-the-way behavior aroused me, and
I told him that we did nut-need his hints
and did not wish his advice; we had read
some eccentric tracts already, and if he
could or would do any good, he might go
and bring those thieves, lazy rowdies and
loafere to repentance; and mainly those
very swindlers in New -York and else
where—and make them - pay -back, only
once what they stole from the poor, and
not four or seven -fold, as the Scriptures
command! A sad impression. .
American clergymen have enrolled
Germany in the list of Infidelity. But
vrhy.tire G. 41 murders, less crimes commit
-04 there than lyare ? American mission
aries are wawles log all over the globe en
;;;,;,rl is. the wiiol , ; eouverting
the heathen; but here at home arc yet
some -4,500,000: of American-born
pieces of property which are 'nut yet
brought to the of Christianity.
Charity begins at hotue I Should think
here is a great field to work in,• and I
should rejoice to see a more made which
would lead to the accomplishment of the
great idea of• that Christianity which
I hope sincerely that a day may come
'then the sun will shine overthis coun
try as the home of a free, enlightened and
truly christian people; when•no gallows
are necessary to hang ministers rod lay
men fur mulder Ault a time of peace
Every man loves his home; anti blessed
that person who e..joys a happy home.
Since the first furrow had been plowed,
from that moment.litites the existence of
our homes and fatherlands. How sweet
is a happy home ? Ask any man far
from it. It is the greatest blessing we
enjoy on earth. Sfirewd preachers un
derstand fully,,how to paint, a heavenly
' home ;sand how we all listen so cheerfully
about a home where no team no pains,
no sorrows are, but peace and everlasting
joy. And - if we think that a happy home
is the most pleasing to any human being,
so may we draw the conclusion that it is
OUT duty to Tepare good homes ;_and it`
all citizens wouldenjoy:sach, - ‘ we would
' truly say that the Milleniutii - was at baud:
Happiness is the living thought of
young anti old; man and wife, and- how
zealously they work to reach it. It is a
noble idea, to extend happiness over all
mankind, but the main object is to make
those happy first who are bound to us by
language, law, usage, religion and by de
seent—all Who make with us a people, a
state or states, a nation ; and these ideas,
thoughts or objects are what we call
Coming from a country, where the
Goddess of Freedom waved the standard
over rather too generous a people—a peo
ple holding to the laws of Humanity So
strong that it could be easily brought to
yield under the yoke of their monarchy,
except a few millions who did prefer to
leave and emigrate to this and other
counties, where they could enjoy freedom
undisturbed. But the stills and stripes
of the Union, an excellent emblem, have
been in danger for some years to louse
some of their brilliancy. Several parties
have arisen with the:intention to uphold
the State affairs, to improve and to bring
back the I:Lion to Happiness, Wealth
and Honor. And only the ways and
means to accomplish that object gave the
foundation to the different parties and
their pi iuciples.
Tile Democratic party has been for" a
number of years in power, and instead of
leading the country to prosperity, they
ran it into corruption and into debts.
Seeing this coining on inavoidably- they
thought to pacify the mind of the people
with buying territories and playing chess
for Cuba. How mistaken au idea In
volved in debts,and to think that by mak
ing wore debts all could be paid and a
net profit be made. Happy that man
who owes nobody a dollar. Instead of
taking to economy and retrenchment they
pursued the path of extravagance and I
will not stop till the last penny is spent'
in appropriatiors. Next to this we find
by what means the party reached its
power. We from foreign counties have
had our preferences for that party ; we
had bow' Democrats at home; we worked
and fought fur popular sovereignty, for
economy and prosperity. It was a sight
of pleasure to look at the American eagle
with his flying wings; how much more
wa3 tt acceptible to us, when a native
born citizen, told us he was a democrat
It is true the same party know how to
B..eure the confide .ce of the majority of
the foreigners. When the different for
mer parties uttered nut so much of-friend
ly feelings towards them, so was it quite
natural that they stood inactive and en
stranged. They believed, that all was
right and they could go for the candi.
dates with a true faithfulness, and helped
willingly to elevate the path for many
office-seekers and in general secured the
party an undisputed triumph. Seta.
auttps gi j ap
rriflE undersigned nould re:pectfully inform
the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by A. G.
Olmsted, where he is prepared to do
All kinds of Harness Work
on the shortest notice.
LONG STRAW COLL IRS,
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a superior article, anil_neetl but a trial to
insure their success.
Repairing done in good style.
Surcingle 3, INtaiting,ale-rings, Flames, nnil
Ilarne straps, km, !a•pt conga, tly on hand.
The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
S. P. MINAR
Coctlersport, Oct. IGth, 1960.
OLMS TED tCr KELLY'S
QTOIII , I can always be found the best of
ti Cooking, Box and Parlor
Also, TIN and SUET-IRON WARE. ,POTR,
KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCD BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD- -
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, lIORSE-RAEES,
DOG-POW ERS, .&c.
. THEIR WORK
is well made and the material good. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the County—Terms easy. Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
t;;Apicuprirt.. Aug. 1, 1859;50
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B k - S, MAPS, GLOBES,
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Greek, Latin, French and German Text-
All School Books used in the County
kept on banal, ur immediately procured
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when
A good assortment of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and Inks. Also, of 1i:111-Papers, Draw
ing Materials, Water Colors, ,tit . e.
BIBLES, TESTAM F, NIS,
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds.
MUSIC - BOOKS AND SHEET - MUSIC,
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess
Men, PRODIRT of .all • kinds t a k es
in exchange for Books, &c., [ll-34]
FARefi FOR SALE.
/VIM SUBSCRIBER has a Farm, containing
212 acres, which he wishes to sell. Sit
uated in the town of Sweden, about live miles
from the county seat of Potter Co.; abort Su
acres under a good state of improvement. on
which is growing a young Orchard of various
kinds of Fruit; a good Barn and Shed; a
, •ornfortable House, with water convenient;
a good Road through it, and is an enterpris•
ing neighborhood. Soil, Red hale;.S Timber,
Beech and Maple: land nearly lekel; Title
unquestionable. Any person desiring a good
and cheap properly, well adapted for a large
' Stock an4Sheep Farm,
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'r:RMS.-A part can be paid down, and the
balance on time. Any communication to the
undersigned will be promptly answered.
Address JOHN B. SMITH.
Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa.
May 3, 18Z0.-3-Itf,
TIRE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully an
nounce to the citizens of Coudersport and
vicinity that he will continue to supply them
with' all kinds of FRESLI MEAT during the
FALL and WINTER,
at prices fully as low as .they can purchase
from Farmers and others. I will keep a con
stant supply, at my stand opposite the frqut
dour of the Court House.
Coudersrort ; Oct. 3, 1860
S'PENOER 9 -$
JUST receiving an extensive stock of Wy
oming Cotnty Flour. Any one desirous of
getting it better urtielo of
at.less profit than at any other store in, town,
will de well to call at
and any other article in the line of PROVIS
IONS constantly owhOnd. Deductions made
to those. that buy at Wholesale.-
of all descriptions. A4-o
2atent Medicines of most all kind. Those
wishing Dr. Deland Kennedy's Medical Dis-
covery will find it nt
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SIMPLE - RE3IEDIES EASILY ORTAINED,
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IT TELLS YOU Of t.lie various dNeitses of
Children, anti gives the
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. cough, Measles, cte.
IT TELLS YOU The symptoms of Croup,
Cholera Infantum, Colic
P Diarrhwa, Worms, Seal!.
e,d head, Ringworm,
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gives von he best reme
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IT TELLS YOU Thiy symptoms of Fever and
Ague, and Billions, Yel
fow, Typhus, Scarlet and
other Fevers, and gives
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The symptoms of Influenza.
Asthma, Dropsy, Gout :
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IT TELLS YOU The best and simplest.trea t
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IT TELLS YOU' Of, the various diseases of
iVomen. of Child-birth._
and of enstrua Lion;
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he., and gives the hest
ond simplest remedies for
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m e n a l t i le 1;
enterprising Men everywhere, in welling the
.as our inducements to all such
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address, JOAN E. POT fEtt, Publisher,
CLOCKS, WATCHES & JEWELRY,
CLEANED and REPAIRED at the shortest
k..) notice, by the - subscriber at the -sign of.
The nig Watch-, one door , east of the
Post Office. Thakful for past favors, he will
endeavor to,ment a continuance of the same
by strict attention to the- Wishes of his cus
tomers. He keeps one hand and for sale a good
assortment of WATCHES, among which may
be found some of tlic4e excellent time-keepers
manufactured by the American Watch Com
pany, at Waltham, Mass. ' anal known by the
name of "AMERICAN LEVERS"; also, De:
tached Levers. LePittes &c. Also, BEALS'
PATENT REVOLVERS, manufactured by
•Remington & Sons,--all of which will be sold
very low for cash. C. H. WARRLNER.
Ac„ Sc., 47c
FOR THE CURE OF DISEASE IN
in guard against infection
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. their eine.
The symptoms of Cholera
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u. 617 Sansoca.Street,
Philadelphia ; Pa
THE POTTER JOURNAL,
Is PUISLISLIED EVERY 7UURSII.O3tORSING, BY
Thos. $. Chase,
To whom all Letters and Commtmicntions
should be addressed, to sedure attention.
Terms --Invariably in Advance:
$1,25 per A.llOlllO.
ALBRRT . 111ANI'ANIAI
Having taken theiShop
formerly, oceutied 0.
P. D. CATLW,
, 9 rt,
two miles North of Coutlersti
. WILL VIANUrj
• all kinds al
Chairs & Ca bin
• siteLi as I
. CANE-SEAT 110.
titl TA 13
OFFICE and 13A R-ROUM CI
Tables; • -
' 1 •
Lounges, I . .
• • Cribs,
..er.1•11c 1 . •
1 . •
V_ep.alriticAnne on tie shortest notice,
aria in the most workmanlike mannet'.
done immediately and to order. Ail orders
promptly attended to. Plea L e give tile a call,
and examine for yourself.
AL111:1117 JAN rAstt,
March 2G. 1860.-28:1y. I 31a Ipolictlzrer:
JOSEPH A. COOPER. A B. Principal
MR. \VM. GILLILAND,
MISS 11. M. JONES, .
The ULYSSES AcADEO wtis commenced
in the spring of 1550 and of erred - to students
the followiug September. Rs object is to af
ford to the youth of its vicinity, and to others
who may choose it. as it pla,ce of study, the
requisite facilities for obtaiWng a thorough
and practical education. 1
The school is in a neat, tATo-stary linilding,
beautifully situated on a Iventle eminence
commanding a view of the licliage and coun
try around. The adjoinitt yard contains
about three acres. The upper story contains
a single room ;'and is used 11:r a chapel, reci
tation. and .study roohi. This room is lighted
by 14 large windows, furnished with:seats for
U.O scholars, tables, blac--boards, map:,
thermometer, and L
charts, clock, ibrary of
Reference Books. The lowir story contains
two rooms for recitations. nie fur library, a
dressing room, and a Mill S )y 44 feet.
The students board in pripte families and
study in their own rooms. Nearly every fam
ily' in the village open their 4uses to boarders,
As several new houses are' being erected.
there will be nn lack of ecommodations ;
and, in private families, students can enjoy
the comforts of home.
}sue-' This Institution is
with maps, charts and Refer(
any similar institution in Lit;
Library of Reference contair
tunes, costing about sa,oo:
them are : APPLETON'S NI
CYCLOPEDIA, II vols. THE
PEDIA, S v 0 1, .... 57c. There,
brary under the core of a Li
Teachers Library containing:
There are three. SesFions a,l
Weeks: each Commeneiag a:
ist Session Tuesilaii
Institute CO77I77IC7iCrS No
INV.111:IABLY IN AMIANCE
Common English—embracing Reading,
Writing, orthography, Geography.
Grammar, and Arithmetici $5,00
/ To which is added for each higher study 1.00
11116(1cm:11s, Library, &e., 59
Board, room, light, Mel, &e.,151,50 per week.
Rooms without board, $2 oir $3, per term.
PROF. C. W. SANDERS, A. DI.
-The author of SANDERS' READERS, will be
present the last two weeks of the Fall Term,
and condhet a Teachers' Institute.
Prof Sanders - will be airier. by S. LEWIS.
Esq., the Co. Supt., and prohitbly by the Su
iperiatendeut's of the adjoining Counties.
It is y'ry impo.taut that Students be pres
ent at the commencemiit, aild remain until
the close of tile term. A rqord of each pu
pil's attendance will be k. , ..pt,iatid reports seat
so every Patron.
gas, is • V
respects fine and colvenient building,
o brant!ful nfid heaflliy;lnention,4hornugh practical
and spate-ludic instruction, sPcient aids, pure
strong end noldc iucentires this institution ac
knoudidges no .Ifrperir,r, andfeu l equals. The in
tercourse of the students wi94 each other and
with the Instructors is expect 01 to conform to
the courtesies and propriet43 of cultivated
society. Their admission tot the institution
and enjoyment of its privile4s, itnply_ a_ sa
cred contract on their p:irt promptly to ob-
Serve its lleydatioa.l. A copra of these is fur-1
niched to each student and conformity to them
is indispensible to coutinuande in the Institu
For further information Address the PRIN
CIPAL, Ulysses, Pa.
P. A. STEBBINS, haring scild out his Stock
of Goods, is desirous or ciosii g up his busi
ness. All persons indebted Ito him are re
-mested to cell immeeintety gind .settle their
recounts. Ills books will he found at •the
Store of E, N. STEBBINS Sr. lIRO.
AND ALL OTHER KINDS 'OF GRAIN,
Flour, Meal, Feed, .S:o_ 4
constantly on hand and for sale,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
at fair prices..
Coudersport, Sept. 40E60. ---51
nee BOolis then
s over 40 vol.
a vol. Amon
is n general li-
raria a ; and a
23 vols., ul on
sear, of Fourteen
Ch 26tk, 1861
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Book-Keeping, Writing, Counuureial Aritln;
tic and 1 4 ecture3. • - •
Hoard 8 weeks $2O, Stationery
Tuition $35, entire
Uswil time from G . to 10 weeks. Erery
dent, upon graduating, Is guaranteed einnw
tent to manage the books of any batioe,..,
and qualified - to earn a salary of froia '
$3OO to $1,601, - 7 .
Students eater at tinY time- 7 -No
Review at pleasure. '
First Premiums For Best Business Writia/
for 1859, received at PitOnirg, Phi1;144,44
and Ohio Sate Fairs . . Also, .at the priscip4!
Fairs of Union for the past four years.
1„., Ministers' Sons received at hair pri ce ,
'or Circillars; Specimens and Endiellishri
!ow of the College, inclose live letter shay
CO F. W. JENIOSS, Pittsburgh, N.*
HO WAR D AS.SOCIATIO I
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Eueloantera, for the Relirfor the siek Du! Dio
'reseed, affiiitcd tiilh erulenl clad tidthais
.and especially for the Core of big
cum of the Sexual .
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VALUABLE 13.170T1TS on Sperrnatordati,
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on the NEW 1117:11EDIES employed in the 154.
pensary, sent to tfle
.a filictuti in sealed icon
envelopes - , free of charge. Two or:tlin t
Stumps for postage will be acceptable..-.
Address, DR. J. SKILLIN 1101. 7 011TCN,
Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No.
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.• Byer.
der of the Directors.
E;4I:A. D. HEARTWELL, Pre
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretary.
ABOVE, we present you with a.perfcct likr
flees of Tezuco, a chief of a.tribc of the strAge
z ,, ztec Nation, - that once ruled Mexico. For
will find a full account of him and his peop!,
in our Pamphlets and Almanacs—to be Imi
gratis, from the Agents for these Pith,.
The inventor and manufacturer of "Jud.
son's Mountain Herb Pills," has spent th
greater part of his life in traveling, hang
visited nearly every country in the world.—
He spent over six years among, the Inguud
thel [cocky Mona ains and. of Mexico. and It
was thus that the ." Moexr:ux linen Pau"
were discovered. A very interesting aro=
of his adventures there. yon will find in m
Almanac and Pamphlet.
It is an established fact, that all dimss
The blood is the life! and when any furrip
or unhealthy matter gets mixed with it, it
at once distributed to even• organ of ti..!
body. Every nerve feels the poison, aed
the vital organs quickly complain.' The stom
ach will not digest. the - food perfectly. The
liver ceases to secrete .a sufficiently of bile-
The action of the heart is weakened,_ and
the circulation is feeble: The lungs Weeia
.clogged with• the poisonous matter; hence,:
cough-. -and all fit/in a slight impurity at the
fountain-head 'of life—the Mond I As it ) - 0 3
had thrown some earth, for instance, in $
pure'sprinz, from which ran a tiny rivulet, ,e
a few minutes the whole - course of the siren}
becomes.disturbed and discolored: As quick
ly does impure blood ay to every part, aod
leave its - sting behind. All the passages be
come obstructed, and unless the obstructin
is t•etnoved, the lamp of life soon dies out. •
These- pills not only purify the blood, bit
regenerate- all the secretions of the body thq
are therefore, unrivalled as a
CURE FOR BILIOUS' DISEASES ,
'Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, &c. TB
Anti-Bilious )ledecine expels from the bloc , l
the hidden seeds of disease, and renders.
the fluids and secretions pure' and flocat,
clearing and resuscitating the vital organs•
Pleasant indeed, is it to ea, that We are
able to place within your reach, a medido
like the - " Mountain Ilerb Pills," that
directly to the afflicted parts, through the
blood and fluids of the body, and cause tLe
sufferer to brighten with the flush of beactf
and health. '
Judson's. Pills are the Bestßondi, in ex?
istence for the Allowing Complaints:
Bowel Complaints, Debilitb, Inward We:ik,
ness, Coughs, Colds,
Chest Diseases, Cast' o`
ness, Dyspepsia, Diarrlaten, Vropsy, 11
aches, Indigestion, Indtteuza; Intlaunali"'
Pikes, Stone and Gravel, Secondary SPIV'
GREAT FEMALE =MINES ,
Females who value health, should nererl.
, without these Pills. They purify the bloO
remove obstructions of all kinds, cleanse
skin of all pimples and blotches, and brill
the rich color of health to- theplae cheek:
.1Hr..." The Plants and , Herbs of which theil
Pills are made, were discovered, in every
prising way among the Tezucans, a tribe
Aborigines in Mexico. Get" the :Almanac el
our Agent r and you will read with delight ,
the very interesting, account. it contains albs
GRFAT MEDICINI " of the Aztecs..
Obserive.—The .]fountain Herb Pills
put up - in a BAnitiful if - rapper. Each box ess .l
tains 40 pills, and retail at 23 . cents per box. - 4 1
genuine, have the signature of It L. lUDS?
t t CO., am each box.
13. L. JUDSON Se
No. SO Leonard §treet,
Agents wanted alwaysTAddress as aboTe•