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"1 - SOPLING AWL •.
This subject is liecomirip i ne of
cial interest to fanners; an bre-panic
ularlyi to those who 'o*n farms, and
are under the necessity of economising in,
a rigi d dergee; in order to serpoit• 'their
The principle and:economy : in soiling;
is this-:' a half an acre of ; land can easily
be *mode to furnish green' food fora cow
or a horse . during .: the season, till it be
oinies n cessary to'eumM.nce with winter
feed in December, while it requires from
an sere and a,half toltwo,acres Of pasture
to keep the same anitnatilin - satrie length
of:time. . Besides this emit savir' of
land, the manure of each animal soile d c is
worth the interest on two acres ofland at
$5O per acre, nye . : what it would be o
the common pisturage4stem To offset
a portion of this advantage, we must take
into theaeconnt the lahof ikrequires - tb
cat the ' , men fodder and feed it out daily;
atm yet I am :inclined . o'believithis 'abbr
is nu more than a fair'equivalent fot the
saving of time in driving,ctock to pastdre,
and keeping the. aces in a condition far
More expensive than the soiling system
requires.- Indeed, on this system, fences
natty to dispen - sed ;with altogether, except
the faint enclosure and roadsiles.•
Yeneing, mateaals are now leconaing
an itetit of great, expense to all fanners,
not only in the materials theiuselves; but.:
tilso in the labor of building the fences•
and keeping them iu,gJod repair. More-
over, the waste laud that feuees occupy
(which is very censidertible,.) ou the sell
ing. system 'may nll be cultivated—au
item- of considerable. importanee on sinall
farms, where the
_laud is, divided into
small fields: •
'To adopt. this system with the .beat re•
"suits, the land froM , which the green fed
der is to .come should .be_adjoinin,r the
barn, level and very fertile; andwith the
' abundance of manure that is procured by
soiling, there is no difficulty in making
• the land rich and productive.
, The bet article for soiling is 'clover,and
iext to this arc corn sown in drills or
brciadc: t, pat , , 'millets, - rye; ogar, cane
(sOrg,hum), harlcy, 11ungari,ln grass, and
my variety of grass that grows tall and
luxuriant which is relished by stock. •
Sweet cortris the- 1)0.4 Co SOW for soil
in;. •. I have used a hind called "Darlings
jitlific," which is well adapted to this
pui-pose on account of its thrifty growth
and its tendency to teller, or throw out
iruMorotts suckers. 'lt may be sown at
any time from .May 15th to iTuiy. It is
best to' sow it in drills about 18 inches
spirt with a seed Amer. Cattle . arehept
.4.onuelr bkter condition by soiling theoi.
They-are ()flat turned put to past tiro. too
early in the spring, before the grasA is
-sufficiently grown to afford theui enough
tolsatisfy their hunger; and if there liar,
-.pens to be an early drouth can poi
•-lirive, and they will t ct the
effects of a bad winter's ,li'vep before they
enter . upon another. On the soiling sys
,tein, a drouth does notserionsly affect the
stock, as their supply of fodder is always.
green, succulent and abundant. • ,
Independent of all the considerations, of
eennomy-Jhat I-have named; cows give 1
'mach more milk whoulis6iled,..nd yield it
more regularly than when pastured, and
the waste of time, and the worrying of
criivs in - drivipg them to distant fields in
• i ,
warm Weather, are avoided. What can
bel more hilarious to-a noble cow than to
Send an unteeling boy toi drive her a half
. th pasture every day _during 'the
summe, with; the therhanneter - Ofteli up
to '9o°, witile,: perhaps} lie is worrillti bv•
-a dng., or pounded with . a club, because
site does -not happen to suit in her gait,
-or (Altera i,e,her drlver ? Milk,when thus
heated by imptoper driving of eoW's, does,
not produce :s unfelt e*:Ltlll a...it dues tie.
der other eireumstaneeti,- which is,a good
argument in favor of the soilini , system.
Butter made from the 'milk of soiled cows
does nut have that. oily 'appez , ranee which
is So often the-case it; warm weather,when
cows are di iven to and f:Ill their pasture.
Nor is there any diffit
cult: in butter "com
ing" in the warmest weatiter, when soiled.
.Afarmer in Waltham, Mass., is said to
have made last season ,?4 , 9 lbs: of butter ;
from the, milk of four. cows,; in thirteen
weeks, fed on green fodder—criiefly grass,
and corn sowed - broadcast. The cots_
were not out of the barhydrd during that
time., Two of the animals' were heifers
only:two years pld, which had calve:, in
the spring,. M
and the whole cf the ilk of
one of them, was taken b`V her calf dut in..
six weeks out of the thirteen, and some
of the milk of` the other was used in the
family ; from Which circumstances it may
be said that the four cows should not be i
rated at More than - three Ordinary ones.
-.A-yard should be connected with the.
barn, of a tize proportionate to tire tutu- I
. herefeat tie soiled. Fora halfdozen cows,
about a quarter - of an acre is n , ssary.
so that the weaker ones may -not e au-'
noyed by.those't lint are Stronger a d more .
pugnacious. They should have .rt Open
shed to lie under in stormy weati r dur
jog summer, and in Noyember they shoutd
be.housed in their stalls at night. ,
On this system of feedin g ,,.targe quan•
titles of roots can be fed to advi,T.age.
Indbed, let no man think that he can de
rive the greatest possible profit' ion his
live stock who
,does not - grow root ,crops.
Roots are the key -to ail successful ',tarn):
in' gin England, and they are alinost as
Ithpoitent here!' Carrots standl at the
head'uf the-list here, but turnips in Eng
land. , Every miteh cow should be fed a
luilf a bushel of carrots, at least, daily,
• November to
or some Other
equivalent. root - that does not-affect: the
. tuilk.•--T. B.• MuiER, Gr. cf Genesee
Dew to meet a bankrupt , : Wilke no
note of him. . •
"Pitch - darkness," -has been so improi,-
-ed in latter times as thread "bitniminorfs
When have married peciple passed tl+
alphabet of lore 't When they have-reach
ed the ba be 1
Which is 'the best ray of retaining
woman's .affections . 1 By not returnin#
them.- . . ,
A Western paper sneekS of a man whim
'died without; the aid of a physieianl'
Sueli instances, of death' are very rare. iE
Patriot gave his testimony in the rie!t.
ease: "Be ja.bers the' first man I sate
coining at toe was tWo*briel-bats."
• "liesband, I can't express my detestaL
tion of your conduct.'• Welt, dear, I'm
very glad you can't." 11
• Mrs. Thit(ngton manes Sliakspeare
—"Sweeten: the uses of advertisementsi r
I'ts he didn't say it.
The editortf a paper in: Indiana want
to 1n,4 if Western whiskey was'ever seen
'cousin' through the rye" Jr
The} chap OM recently converted
hat into a brick•yard., has plucked thn
feathers froth the wihg!of a house.
A bachelor editor, who ,had a pre4
.sister, recently,wrote to another , baehelM :
equally. fortunate, "pleaseexchange."
Ab.a recent -ball : in Reedsbtirg, Wisi,
the price of tickets was a bushel of wheat.,
The farmers' attended in 'large nuarbersll
Alvery pious old gentleman told WS'
sons not to go, under any'- circumstances,
fairin g on the Sr.bbath but; if they did,
by all means to bring 'ionic the fish..
An old farmer in Essex: was anxicio.'s, tb
have his pastor distoissed, and was askeil
the reason. "I've heard .say," was thp
reply, "that change of pasture makes fit
calves, aki'd Put fur•the change." -
A fiend, in human forni suggests
in these days of,patent eandleS and gnu, It
writing, it mould be we'll if someauthork
irat of consuming the'f midnight' oil,
they would camellia theist own composihull..'
. A Scottish 'quail', sup.posed to ba des'
ficient in judgment, was asked by a pre.'
fessor, in the course ot 'exatnintitio4, ,
how lie would discover, a foul: . '. "13y
questi4ts 'he would ask," Was the prompt
and lognly suggest - ive reply.
A burglar was once frightened out of
. scheme of robbing : by sweet si:li
pficirs ot a solitary spinster, who, putting
her light capped head out of time xvindoVf,'
exelvialed : "C lo away•! % ain't you ashani
A Bremen journal contains the folloVi
ing advertisement: "A young gentlem*
on the point of' getting married, is deal
roes of meeting limn of experience who
will dissuade (Agri from such a step."
tin ambitious'young lady was •talkirt
very loud' about her favorite autliorS;
when a littirary chap, asked tier she
liked 'Lamb. With a look of - ineffablei
. disgust, she answered her - interloeut4,
that she cared -very little 'about what shat
ate compared with knowledge.
A country couple, newly married, sh
pe,tl at a hotel at Brighton,
Emig , recent
ly. and Ale groom called for some
When asked what kind lie would have,
he replied : ‘llre want that kind of wino
where the cork pops Out and the liqUM•
boils up like soap suds."
Men who see Into theiriiii,!igh,bors, nie
apt to be contemptuous ;1 but : Ilion wli.o
tlem, .find something
behind every huwati soul ivhieh'it is qi.it
Cor them to sitio judgwout 00, or. totit
tempt to sneer, out of the order of God's
auolifold Universe. •
Caleb Wh'ulord of punning notori4,
once observihg . a youn! , lady earn;•stlyittt
knotting frihge fora petticoat,a,
her what she was doing r . "Knottiug,
sir," replied she, "pray, Mr. Whitforil;
can you knot Y" " fean; not, !naciauir
i THE LADIES FOR . TuDjimoN.---TIO
lri4ht Of. sUffrage fur women •ts: now: advii
.l-ffited for the, folloWing reason:
certain districts as.we" note,
Our. women elAitu the right to vote I
Gzant"them the tioon,.ol4legislators„
1:1(1 'save the Union' from its traitors;(
F:Jr women—iflintso'er their straits—!
Will never vote for separate states
AltTlFli:a AL 3.1E:+1011.Y .- A Lurnorr;iis
v.ottitneut on this si'ste:n was made by la
waiter at a hotel where Veinaigle ditt;ed
after i;ivin:g hislectare on.artiticial mem
ory. j :A few minutes'after the prefesS+r
left ithe table - the waiter', entered, with
uplifted :hands and 'eyes, exclaimin.; :
"Well, I protest the, memory , wan his
forEzotten his umbrella :1" .)
Phil was inclined for la trip to 4e
Springs, • and called upon his
"llll,my dear boy, Po, off for the capids,
and I'u,:a trifle. short; lend toe a
dred, will you ?" _ Hal, latter a pau#,
which apparently included a l mental .ex.-
'animation: of. 1)6 financial arrzingement‘ :
Phil, to tell. the truth, I do tot
feel dispci.c_d, at pent to make any-pftir
In the following 'art'iliitious passqge
from a modern love letter toe . young lai 5,
we recognise a F tn ewliar ,i)ceuilar delila
ey of compliment: "flow d. wish mydeir
Adelina, my engagements' would. pernitt
toe to leave town and go to see soul
would be like some old ruing ballowelkv
time and friuglit with a thousand re'66l.
. A gentletifAn while in ohureb, intend
ing to scratch- his bead, in a mental I nt).
settee reached over into anot,her pew and
scratched the head 'of an Ile
discovered his miitako when she. sofq
him for.l?reach of proruiseof•marriage.
- -TEE I
M. W. ItleNlartney, Proprietor.
$/.00 PEW YEArt,4.NTABIBMLY 3.3 ADVANCE.
* 4 4 c•DevOted tO the cause of Etpublicanism,
thejuterests of Agriculture, the advancement
of Education, and the best good of Potter
count;. Owning , no guide except that of
l'rinclple, it will eudeaver to aid in the work
of wore folly Freedomizing bur Country.
ADVERTISEStENTS 111;Crted ht the following
rates, except where_special bargains are nlailc-•
Square. [lO lines] 1 insertion, - - -
" .. 3 4:
Each subsequent insertionless /hail 13, 25
1 Square three months, . 50
/ " six r, 400
1 " nine "
" one year,
1 Column six mouths, TO 00
i t 4 "
# " "
I lc cc s 20 00
141rninistrator's 'or Executor's Notice, '2 00
Business Cards, $ lines or less, per year 5 00
Special and EditOrial Notices, peg line, 10
- transient advertisements must be
paid in advance, !and no notice will be taken
Of advertisements from a distance, unless they
are accompanied by the money or satisfactor.l
JOHN S. 3IANN,
ITTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR:AT LAW,
Coudersport, l'a„ will attend the several
Courts'in Yottei ud M'Kean Counties, All
business entruste. in his!care will receive
prompt attent l ion. Office corner of West
and Third street.
ARTHUR G. OLMSTED,
ITTOHNEY & COUNSELLOR, AT LAW,
Coudersport,' Will attend' to„n11
encrusted to his care, with prorniitueS and
fide - ity. Oniq on . Soth-west coiner of Main
end Fourth streets.
IS .1 1 11A.0 BENSON
VrTOTINEY LAW, Coudersport, Pa., will
attend to entrusted to hint, with
care and protnptue,F. (Mice ou seeof a l
near the Allegheny Bridge.
F. fir: KNOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cot:den:port, Pa., will
regularly attend the Courts in Poster and
th.: adjoining Counties.
PRACTICING Pll VSIC I AN, Coudersport. Pa..
respectfully infortm3 the citizens of tbe ril
lage and vtilinity that he will promply re
spond-to all culls for prolioual service.
(Bice on Main L. formeily oc
cupied by C. W. Ellis, F. q. '
C. S. & E. A. JONES,
DEALURS DII.UGS MEDICINES ; PAINTS,
Oils, Fancy 'Axticle:F, Stationery, Dry Goods,
Croceries, :Main st., Coudersport,
' D. F. OL3ISTIM,
,EAL 111", IS 14:1* . GOOL/6, ItEADY-11ADE
Clothing, CrOker,y, Groceries,
'V. MANN, •
DEALER IN 1100 - 1 mAn-
Ai:M:5 and ..Maz,ie, N. W. corner of Main
and Third sis., Couticrsport,,Pa.
0. F. GLASSMIIt.E. Proprielcir, Corner of
Main gird Second &roots, Coudersport, Pot
ter Co.. Pa.
SURVEYOR, CONVEYANCER, &c., BROOK
'LAND, Pa., (filrnicrly ciAllingville.) Office
in his Store building.
J. OLM.STFD ***** • " ' S. D. KELLY
OLMSTED Szi KELLY, 4.
.)BALER ICY STOVES, TIN •S: SHEET IRON
WAttE, Main st., nearly, opposite the Court.
House, oqm:cr.:Tort, Pa. Tin and Sheet
'lron Wars made to °taloa, in good style, on
short notice: • ;
- CHARLES MaNNING,I
QtACICSMITII, Fourth street, between Main
":end West Streets, Coudersport, Pa:, is pre
,T.lred to du all kinds of work in his line,
on the tnost reasonable terms: :Produce
taken in paytnent.
EZ It STA IRKWE AT HE R,
BLACKS.M.I.Tf.f, would tricorn . ] his former cus
toint.rs and the public generally that
reestablished a, shop in the building form
erly wcupted by Benj. Reline's in Couders
port, 'where he-will be pleased to do all
kinds onDlaCtismith'ing on the most reason
able teNs. Lumber, Shihglea, and nil
kinds of; Produce taken in: exchange toi
work. - . 12:34.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKER arid .RE
PAIRER, COudersport, Potter Co., Pa., < takss
• this method'of informing the pub•
lie in general that he is prepared , --- , ....1
to du all work in his line - with kliTnptness,
in a work:Min-like .manner, and upon the
most accorMoodating terms. Payment for
Repairing invariably required on delivery of
the work. Il All kinds 'Of "PRODUCE
-taken on aceounCof work.
;The underzned having
0;;>; , ` . jpst, received - alarge and
44-li7:P.l*well selected stock of.
CLOCKS, WATCHES &„ JEWELRY,.
°tiers them for sale at prices that will corn
pare favorably with those of any city or town
within 100 miles. Every article of jewelry
and every style of Watches mid Cleats usu
ally found in I.etUil Stores kept constanily.
hand; and warranted to be as represeit
Al m Bears PatLt Revolver; kept on'
and sold cheap.
iltpainng done on short notice, in
good style and fair rates
Gill aud . see pp at the sign of the " 1315
Watch." !' C. H. WARRISEft.
Coudersport, Jan. 1. 1801. ,
Patent Yilca - Lamp Chimney.
LAMP CHIIINEY THAT WEL NOT 3'1'12,11N!
- This great invention commends itself to ev
ery-one using COAL OIL LAMPS. It gives
thore requires less cleaning and will not
break by the heat or cold, falling, or nay or
din:l7y usage.! For sale by Siorelccop;73 gener
ally throughout die 71 S, and the ,QuArlas, and
Wholesale by ate ffnizufacturers and Pumatees:
CORNING & HUMPHREY..
No. 321 N—SECOND Street : PHILAIVA.
N. 8., A large and superior stock of ,
COAL OIL 1i111.111'.51,
always on haiul f at prices deffring cornpeti
tion.• Also, the Foreland Cool Oil, at idanu
ncturers' price• - •
Nil • ATTENT
1 i'dlt ANOMEXT, ',• ,
rrIFIE ktEI9,ORD3EIt has just iedeived a now
I Stout: be , , i
~ ...•, , S
F . 9
,' 1 . !
- - - rig
' Direct' fi.om Nev:York, consi,-;tlniz of
'DRY GOODS, GROCErI , I; •
• ' IP.I ES of all k; i ;Id .1',1: -
• ;HARDWARE. Cllo.Clt-i
lERY,I3OOTS-&. SHOE'S,: -
lll.A.'f6' &" 'CAI'S; i hitokt , .
;styles, READY , MAIMI' I
i jCLOTIIINU, DO:NIES- ' .
. 1 TICS, such as SITEETH 1
• • , INGS, TICKS, BAT'4,I
&e.--in sh i ort ; all kiuds of goods u.Suali
I i •
. . ' •
.., - •
• ; .
NO. 1 COUNTRY & OE
..•• :: • - r '! 1
All of 1. Which will be sold ver , low
lb; ,1 .: I. •
Ft' d K 4 1
- Pt:')lirliV • '..v
The aliove,namedistoek of G Gds
open and 'or tale at the . N
near CanficAll's Flouring, Mill, ;a eNi ro
of the Allegheny Bridge,.
• 1 .
where the proprietor would be plea , :ed
ceive cells from-his old customers aid
ny new ones as feel disposed to
The markgt price paid for n 1 kid
l r. 'ALBERT -- Y ,111.A1k... 1 tAN,11
\c) ,3 .
N,t- having taken•t4e•Shop, 1
- rf7 t.. i fOrmerly 9oe-up .. ied
P. P. CATL,
/ ,---- Y•!..c. '
Clark's Cprriers l •- •
two miles No'rth 01 Condersport,'Pa l
' . WILL WAN ITE,:iall3
' . rill kintizt. of
I • - .J.
Chairs & Cabinet-NV
- stich as H • '
SEWING andl'AfitE CIL\
S1i:lI I. IZOcKING
OFFICE zind BARIROOM CHAIRS.
SE CRETARI ESI;
Repairilt3g,tlono on thb shortest notice ,
::nut in the meiit worltmanliice man*r.
T U 11 , A' 1' N •G
done immediate)}• and 'to miler'. :..0 orders
promptly ,'attended to: Pleiie give ipe a call,
and examine •for.T.Quvelf. ' : '
' ! , Ar 4 BERT IN'AN r.ANIA,
March 26. 1860.-;28:1y . . : Manuff;,:turcr:
Iqa24.n. above Third. St.
' COPDERSPORT, P-A.
➢j7'. W. MANN, PItOPRIETOII.
JUN I f . „ l
OQKS; 3 ' ,
IAPS, l-PI LOBES,
.D2l - Y-EOOrCS- • .
1 11 - .MI`ORANDYM,S,
. • 1) I Alt I ES, . j ,
. . PQraFor.alS 1
DERBARkITS, ,L '
- I LET - 6.1r)-BDOKS &
• I " PIVQIOE-1100KS.
% 1 i
Greek,lLatin, French ant(' Gernaan. Text-
Books. j i : J j
- All Si:hool Books nse(11; in. the Counts
1 eic4 on haul, or iinniedOtely procured
when ,lesirerl. - i
Magazines or ans - Periodietals sniiplicd when (
desired. 1 , . . 1; 1 - , ,
A: good,'Assortrnent a Paper,l.Envelopes.!
Pens andllnks. Also, of Witll-Papers, Draw
ing Materials r Watcr Colcirs&c.
/1311-11,ES, TESTAMENTS ;
PRAYER & HYMN 1104 - )K - S, Of varioni kinds.
' AIUSIC - BOOKS MID SHEET - MUSIC, -
Slates (Rulers, Dack- . Orsn - Unon BOards Chess
Men, &44:&c: . PRODUCE tiliall kinds taker 1
in exchange for Books, &a:: j
The Itochestex StO.v2:: , Cutt.g. .
ChLMS'I'ED Sr. KELLY, gender3port. - re
.xclusive agency for: : tMs Celebrt ted
nutchine,liu this county. It ; is cOyenient..
rablu hntl CIIEAP. 18ti0.-12
LANKS of all kinds torsale at .this I Bice
. Deeds. Ny..arrants, Executions, 'Suns ..ons.
Subprernis; tronstablc Sales,' Township and
School Orders, Notes of all kinds—ke t on
hand and printed to order. JOB WOlt at
tended to, promptly, and at prices to suit the
times, Gire us a trial. -
in exchange for 3lerchamlis
COLLINS SMIT E
rt, Jan. 2, 18,.2...15-tin3s.
i i; . \
An :Tel leninT
nv....ann. in 1.1t11:1,*
rind tie United
klint b'ci prep!•,rati"4
' friritT , it. Itupt . :ril''
, of iital energy,
J eotii ploxions iivq:
• • ri • • ~.•
Innoxions in iti
',.)Licin tried, it ha'
in ;1c11..0f Mite f4it
.tit .o.bieity, ...Veit!,
:einyiehr., Conntli .i
' ncipient 'Cot:Awn);
. , I,lThettm, 31 - Is/ti'.l
tivn i . Intermitted?.
Iu enscs of (73(i
reinit. of :acute d
miilntron 'of net:l
froin chronic cob
torittive has pro':
wh l iebrio descrit,
Titlllen as to hal',e
'pedrel in the btt,
f:•0111 protracted t
Solite yery sig - nal
a,it'ested to female
o . ),parent
tion, critical 01 , 41
Ht . itervrus and (it
exercise for ly:111 . c
rea lr sonsTAmiliail
Of this ifep,lttiti( l
be 'salOtary, for ul
orcituly tonic I
even in'the uros t
nes.l without 'ev
or inflicting a 4.
It is fllis lat.
which mattes it p:
perina4nt a rein
, :ippeoils iu cf
etion. hr di tact.
In Dyspo!psia, t l
singly box c-f ti
ten :31iIIiced. for
'ln unelleclicti Ile
mr ,, ntly
eqthilly; detisivd ucl ft:fi.,l-.;-Iti;ig.
In the local p* us. I.S.s . i i tiesh and styengOL
: I 'eliilituti:q; conk 1, aild rrul:Ltvut huetiewhich
rttcrally intl'exy fueilrieut (lon :a tiptim,,
remedy lias ti the alarm of friends and
payzziema.=, in :Al eral very ;: . alifying,:ilud in
'( 7 1%
.In - Stiro . fuloits
iron litts :gad i*:;r - ; •.
tire most ctlutiofi.
ediv—it has bcfs..
boil, as alleviali
n•ellings and s(i:
;be a gri•at reni .
',.!..nr1 its 'prow, c.4 , i1
0-Vest, will prl.
,!prompt, hol T yda:l
ion of E-trtld
hitinn for activd
Put op in
;50 pill:, pricy.2 nO
!•Irt . y add reSS
lets, orders, etti:,
.R. B. L'OC'IiI.I
~~ - ~ ` '~~c-or b
()tiVIS r •
118 TO.RE can
Cooking, 13 • 0
Als.p,, TIN rug.
Ross, Also, I.:
• Ac . ricult ,
vzeli PLOT,i i
i't !RS, COPS-.SI ,
bO I. G-Pg \VEN:
• T t
is well made and
part of are coli r n
or all kinds : , inel
Store on llsiti
will be found
E- - .A large ill
Stoni pre . parat,i , n; of
aria Carbon by cot.
; den, l:innetione4 lzkv
ntleratic.r.; bhih in Eurnrig.
dad inTsclib.:4 ;ii their
l k of -i)rov4t.
of Iron ("An be e:oropirep
'es of fLe ,blood. dc-ressiqo
f -ate And otherkvii,e sic: xy
[att..s necessity in. itimoi.l
Laidieri in wifiell it liz - e
prov , 4l absolnt - 0,7,'
l'imples on the 1 , 110. e
• . • -
eral 4 gebilitc, whether -.the
ease, or of the continued
nucl Tntis , :nlar-, , eper4.‘ -
plaiit, one trial of thlsre's
-I.l.tiut;Tei,ful to an ''exteilt
bit Tior ‘I Titter) atteAatlita
Invalids solorii bed
become: forgotten' in .their
ids, love suddenly .rerr.4)-
y 14-0: 1 .71 - 11 as if.Pt,t rLtuTued
ravel in a distalit litud
10.,:,:tape,s. or this : .
ges, Ind that complicatiOn
c aver-ion to lir aild
) the physieiltu his no naniii?..
etif.m,, of all
men, the ~ - 1 't, . r11.11(.111
like the old
t.lP. , utl being eViti4....; a:id
gentlly. regal‘trly aperiviit
eases of cps't.i.,l , -
it p . .,:..4Ytric itu;•gativp.
ur prqpc•rt:,.., a1n,9;12;
9 rtftilLak, hie elrstiutl
ling thn local IT nd.....ney maid].)
rairmerd,lc , As are 115,C,11”3e
e,e Ci;;eir?uate Pill bas t
urilr• I. C . :en :511 At`finr4t2
eumeiatirt , , 414;4)-
1z:1. etiso•ts (aye been
lay of itbcir svcil .known
f rn cannot be too von-
, both an.,l iii l.at.
Ig nna recliiring tP,t!
. 11Cbti pf the,joiuts aftd
Fevers it . mr!=t nrcessarih
zinc) energetic ritnrutiy.m,
n thelne..., settlements Of o,ie
bly be one of high ieno.i.vn
l'ever freen discsovered in the
• 1 . 1 '
vlith an uniisn;ll,
u_^. I :
eent.3 'per for 'zede by
dors. I 'Will be sent: frei•to
ceilit at the' price, 4111 1:4 7 ,
shouid be m,idr.3s:_• , ed,to
& Co:, Qoneral Agents,
12u Ced..a• ',St., N. V.I .
Tr , ,- - -`IN :7.7 t i • I,
k . V 0 4
nd a 'r.etc lot; of
fr &,1 - from l
C : orifi•ctloitS.:
e1,:. 4 ,hi i 5
!store 10': L, BIRD, 1
, (fortilerly CuAin'gvill9.)
KE L LYS
nys be found thd:be:Ft 'of
WA.I 2 POTS,
)Eizs, l scoTcH BowLJS.
SAP-J,PASS, rind' VAC,' f',D-
L Sdn 'IP"I'S TIV 't
.•,, _ /.... .,, CIA. 1. -
ke. 1 ''
LIR \VO RN.
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the material food. , voi , u..e.pn
• 3 .: t_i -T 110E 7 G iiii pat: 1 tp . iI! airy
4 y---'‘4'fitrams easy. Reath. Ilre
tiiillg iCasti, seldom yelustifi.
Tt.reetloppa'iite the,ol , l(;cuirt
ft. ' 1 Aug. I. 1259.-.55!:,-
0 all • H
COUNTY • PLOWS ANT)
; after at. the store of
E. N. STEBBINS:k.iI3IIO.I'.
tjust,,reeeivecL • .
tlersplort, March 20, i1801:1
•' _ •
LIPE . .PII,LS plig:Zai BITTERS.
T"SE MEDICINES have now been before
the public for alieriod of THIRTY Yualts,
And during that time have maintained n hi g h
character in alrdost every part of the Glob%
for. their extraordinary and immediate power
of restoring perfect health to Perts Ons suffering
under nearly every kind of disease to which-
the human frame is liable: • •
The following are among- the - distressi n g:
variety 'of human diseasei in which the a
Vegetable " l ife Medi:Lin - es -
Are well known to be infallible.:'
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing Ad
first Anti second stomachs, And creating a flow
of pure heafthy bile, instead of the stale and
act-id hind; FLAVJLENCY. Losi of - Appetite;
Heartburn, Headache, Restlessness,.
to,r, Anxiety, Languor, and Mclanekolyi'which
tre the general symptoms of I)yspepsiar'trill
v:ntish. as a natural consevence' of its cure.
COST,IVENESS, by cleans - mg the whole
lerigth of the-intestines with a solvent process,
nd w ithout. violence ;.all violent purges leave'
the bowels costive within - tiro days. .
"iti,wErts () fall kinds, by rthorkg the blood
tot regular cireulatie , through 7the. pracesi
of-perSpiration in su_ t cases; and the Hier- •
on . ghtolution of aI" testinal obstruction hi
The Life Medici s have been .known" to's
cure RHEUMATISM pernianeutly in thre6
weeks, and GOUT in half that time, by re:
moving local Inflammation &Mu the, muscles
and ligaments of thejointi. ,
DROPft3LE. of all kinds, by freeing and
Stren2,thening the Itidzieys a.tld bladder; thee'
'operate most delightfully od these importari4
orzatis, and henee hive ever been fonfi'd a eel.:
win remedy ibr the worst eases of GRAVEL-
Also-WORMS, by dislodging from the turd:
ins 'pf the bowels the Mimi , matter to which ,
th- , se creatures tulhere.
SOFIEts, by the perfect -purity which these'
LIFE' MEDIUINES give to the blood,
-Hie !tumors. -
SCORItUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COM- .
PLENIoNS,I). their alterative effect/upon the
fluids' that-feed the -kin, and the morbid state
of which occasions all eruptive complaints f
cloudy, and other disagreeable, cotu-
The use of,these Pi N for a Very shortlime i
will effect :in 'entire cure of SALT RIIEUNI,
and a striking improvement iii
~f the skin. COMMON COLDS arid INFIX
ENZA Mall always be cured by one dose, ,or
v, two in the. worst.casesl
.PILES:—The, original proprietor of these
Ali : tilt:lnes...Was cured of Piles of 35 years
the use of the LIFE MEDICLNES
EA'l 7 .ll AND AGUE-For this scourge of,
the -Western - c . ,ututry, these Medicines will be
toilful a sore, spoedy, and certain remedy.—
Other medicines I ure the s) stem subject to
.I:return or the dis,.ntr4 —a cure by these Med
leittes, Tlll,ll, BE SATISFIED,
AND 1:i.: t't';tf-:D eel :•
• BILIOUS FEVERS :AND 'LIVER COM- -
PLA INTS.—Gtmeral Debility, Loss of Appe
tite, and Diseast s ofipetnales—the Medicines
have tl'een used' with the most benefieirl re
ults cases of this-- description :--rittugs
Evil. and Scorft,la. in its ;worst, foiMs yields /
to th'e yet Powerful ,'action c'f these re
tuarim.be Medicines. Night Sweats, Nervous-
Ner-ons Complaints of [an kinds,.
Palpitation of the Heart, :Painters' Colic, ate
Fpetriily cured. .
MEIWUJJAL pISE.A.SEFi.—Penons whose
eo,fstitulions have becolne`impaired by the
i ;mm icings ozze ATEnctRY, will find these
pvrftet cure. 'ICS: they never fail to
eradicate from the spittfart; all the effects of
Mercury, infinitely sooner than the - most pow
prfol prcp.umati ns of,Sarsanarilla..
Piepiresi 14 , 1 1 , 1 ..hv . W. B. MnFFAT,•
B 101.11) WA V. NLw-Yozzlc
Frz sale b 7
I ; , ; fr,::1„; • 41q
?: 7-'73. 4 1 t;t 7
EVA . 5
. MES: WirNtAfiV., ,
Aa esnerienced Nurse and Fenanle. Physician,
: presents to the attention of mothers : her
OOTHING i SYRUP,
. TEET EYING, .*
r. hick gr€, , tl/ra . c:litates the process of teeth
, hy :zufteltin , g reducing all in-
ALL PAIN and spas
modi action is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS, "
• Depend upon it, mothers; it will give festito
RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS;
We have put it, and sold :this article for
over ten ye:;rs. atld. CAN SAY. IN CONFI
DENCE AND•TRUTH . of it, That we have
neV'er been able to Say of any •other medicine
,---LNEvER. HAS IT FAILED,' IN A SINGLE
I.N**ANCE, TO. EFFECT A CURE, when
iintc.4- used.. Never did. we know an instance
of dissatisfaction by anyone who used it. On ,
the contra-3', all are delighted with its ppera- -
and speak. in terMs of comendation of '
its 'magleal &eels and medical virtues. WO
speak in this rnalter'.l- WHAT WEDO KNOW."
aftat- ten years' experience,. AND PLEDGE •
OUR RE,PQTATION FOR THE FULFILMENT
OF WHAT WE HERE DECLAPE. In almoll
every instance' where the infant is suffering •
front pa•n4d exhaustion; relief will be found
in tifteenlor. tmenty minutes after the syrup.'
admini.itered. , .
This valuable preparation is the 'preserip- •
arm of the most EXPERIENCED and SKILL- •
FEL NUIZSES in New England, and liaSleenf ,
used with NEVER FAILING SITCCE:SS in
THOUSANDS OF CASES..
It not only relieves-the child from pain, but ,
invigorates the stomach and bowels, corrects
acidity, and gives tone and energy to the..'
whole system. It will almost instantly' re--
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS, AND WIND'
ant overcome convulsions. which,, if not spec- -
filly rout-died. end , in death. We believe iv
' the BEST . and SUREST REMEDY IN THE;
WORLD. in` all cases of DYSENTERY and
I RIIIRE'A IN CIIILDREN,Ivi 'tether it arises
from feethiug. or from any other cause. We'
-say- to evt ry mother who has a child"-
) sniff:rine - from any of the foregoing complaints • _
—DO NOT LET- YOUR PREJUDICES, NOR: •
TUE PftEJUDICES .OF OTIIERS, stand •be
tweet' you arid your' suffering child. and the' '
relief that•will be SUBE—yes. ABSOLUTELY
SURE- -to follow he use of this medicine, if
timely. used. P directions for. using will'
accompany each bo . • None genuine un
less- the 'fac-simile of CURTIS & PERELNS,-
New York. is on the outside-wrapper. • •
Sold by Drug . i ,:ists throughout the world.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar St.,
New. York. -
(RICEONLY 23 CENTS PER BOTTLE..
Sold by -C. S. k JONES, Conders.; -