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• " " JUNE
... - i rain-There ii-searcelya more iinpor:,
tent agricultural month in the whole'year;
:ttlitin J,une, 'lt terminates' the period,in
`'..:‘tuhicli most seedi'can be Sown, mid intro:
i- - ,-..4liices the indispensable' work of cultiva
..l V tion.... 'Navy early sown or planted crops.
that'hdve failed, may yet he replaced;'-if
'the ;whole :available area'be not already
occupied with , growing crops, now is the
time to put in quick growing corn, beans
-:or other staples. The eatly planted corn,-
i potatoes, and roots of ail kinds, should re
. ecive immediate and carefill attention,.to
`free them- from weeds, Iciosen the soil
top-dress with ashes, guano, or Plaster 4,
anirthus secure their rapid growth: Trig
,, orons growth in the early stages of a
-: - - - ',platit, is most likely to be followegl by
generous fruiting. . ;
Cultivation of the soil may appear taine
- and uninteresting work in these exciting
times, and the - temptation will be great
to leave peace/ill fields for the field of con
ilicti,but remember that feeding. the codn
} , try is as necessary as fighting her battles,
aud that full garrisons cut only be main
tained by full garners. -
Bdrloy will usually yield a fair crop, if
sewn at this season, although earlier sow
ing is more preferable. It succeeds best
on •a gravelly soil, and may well occupy
ground devoted to hoed crops last year.
Sow two and a. half to three bushels per
acre, and harrow thoroughly...
Barns mid sheds will soon be needed
to receive the first fruits of the mowing
.Put platforms, bay-ways, 'Sze ,
in order,. clean out all rubish, and repair
;floors anti entrance ways, if needed. Ex
amine grain bins, wool closets lr. nnd attle
stalls, and 'exterminate any vermin. , )1
Beans ; Plant, where corn has failed,
if seed of King Philip or oth r earl va
riety, can not be had. They ` also e
put in ou soil too light for worn: They
do - nut require heavy manuring; too
strong soil gives great growth of vine,
without al corresponding yield. If .the
war continues lung, beans will be in great
demmd ;they furnish much dutriment
in a small space. Plant them abunda-
Beets--Mai:Tel W - tiriel and Sugar va
rieties Soivn will have plenty of tirbe th
mature fotl whiter feedimt4. A great sav
ing of hay' and grain Will be effected, by
- having a rod supply of these and other
roots, to feed out in ter and Spring.
Dutter, if , properly in de during this
month, may be laid dow .and kept thre%
out the season, or until - the best prices
bag be had. Cleanlines and thorough
working are' the two ess ntial points to be
observecl. Keep the mi k room cool, arid
fro from dust, insect , and offensive
smells. Churning th milk with the
creata,,after the latter ias raisen, saves
the trouble of skimming, and some clai m
that more butter is obtaineji in this man
'ter. Experiment to learn f this be true,
- note - also the quality of ;the butter. In
Fending butter to mark t, -- be careful to
have the cask or pail.lo k neat andiinvi
. ring. and plainly mar ed. New tubs
should be well scalded ith . 'butter-Milk
before packing, to remo e the taste of the
Cabha6es—Plant on for late crops.
Hoe and - scaltivate bet en the rows of
those. already set, at lea t once ameek—
the oktier the better. Set plants be.
tween the rows of early potatoes, which
:are to bc.dug the first of July. Examine.
often to destroy cut worms and other in
Carr:As—ln favorable seasons - large
crops have heen obtained, when sown first
part of June. , Keep the rows well hoed,
and thin to six inche,s apart. They may
be drilled in between rows of onions after
-' the second or third hoeing of the latter.
' If this be done, leave every third space
vacant, to give room for curing the onions
when pulled. -
- Cheese—Study to improve the quality,
rather than to increase the quantity pro
duced. "White-oak" cheeses are 'always
:.a drug in market, while those of good
quality are islways in demand at good
Cattle—Young cattle, especially calves
of the present season, need attention to
keep them growing. Allow them the
best pasture. t
Grain fitlds will,wMten to the harvest
in Southern, localities.. wheat ,or rye
rahouldhe cut, as soon as the berry is ad
vanced enough to bear moderate, pressure
c!f* the thumb nail, without breaking, or
4itst after it leaves the "milk" stage. EA.'
amine the fields for the earliest and best
portions, to. be left to ripen fullyfor seed.
Haying will begin, in the-earlier see-
Hon's. eut grass or, clover for hay, just
as the bloom is passieg away, and the
'seed commences to form. If left later,
much of the nourishing part of the stalk
is hardened intowciody fiber. Provide a
supply of caps, to be used this season.
They, will enable you to cure much of, the
hay - .in the cock, which will give a better
quality-of fodder, A Mowing machine,
- and a horse pitchfork will pay on all farms
,where there is much meadow.
31anure—Turn every souree to - account'
as recommended , in previous - numbers.
Thrttweeds from the garden, etc., into,
the.ptg stye, and supplythe swine whirl
plenty of material, to work over at, their
reirure. • ..
-,`:Peas-- , Sow'or plant, if there,be vacant
ground., They make excellent: food for
swine,:whenfed,green with the straw, or
ripened andground with eats, 'or when
fed alone, cooked or. soaked: Hogs will
-grow andpartly fatten well on peas. The
lOst:fermieeks' feed, should be on corn, to
harden the pork;.
hoed'Potatoes—Keep-well - until blos
soming. Hill, them ,only . . moderately
Try top - dressing with lashes, to' drive
away-insects, acid prevent rotting. .
- Poultry-Accustom them' to lay in
it appropriate places., hy f cotainino.
1 them_in the poultry yard until afternoon.
I lOw none, to set-after the middle of this
u nth.. Give plenty of food ,particularly
to e broods; to fit tlidui for au
early market.' Keep their, apartnients
eleam.anduse the droppings, mixed ;with
plaster, in tfie garden. Thty are alio an
excellent addition to liquid -manure.
Sorghum—Drill or sow brOad-cast for
- Cutting and feeding green, or to be ciured
for winter fodder. Cultivate that already
planted, the'satue as corn.
Ssiine—Keep them growirig with wash
from the dairy, mixed vgith ground feed.
Allow them the range of the orchard, .to
destroy grubs and worms in unsound
fruit. Suffer none to 'rim in the high.
way'. A good clover pasture will afford,
them excellent feed.
_They should be
Supplied with good water.
Tanner's Bark—Peel from henilock
and oak, as soon as it will run freely, and
pile it so as to protect from rain..
Tools, particularly for haying and' liar
vestirig, should all bo in readiness before
the searon of use. •
Weeds grow rapidly, if left during this,
month. Keep the cultivator and horse
and hand hoes busy—clean , tillage i pays
Its... Bustle is not industry,, nor is in:
.Successful love takes a load olTiour
hearts and, puts it upon our shoulders.
lie - Look out for paint—as the girl
said when the fellow went to kiss her.
. sa-An Irish lover re :narked. that it is
a great ,pleasure to Le '
• 'en yoUr "swate heart is wid ye."
rier.A. boy not fond 'of fun 4 . ,:d; frolic
may posSibly make a tolerable man, btu
he is an intolerable boy. _
Mr Excessive indlgence to others, es
pecially io children, :s, in fact, only sel
it: uk-once under an alias
reaches tle fartli
. a. lovingl
in time," but nbw,
ly music, that 'which
St into heaven is--the
formerly took a ."stiel
with the aid of a sew
take one in no time.
gall, mixad in vari
mpound of lioney,and
.us proportions fotps-
86r'You can't rail sin and misery out
of the world; but it is easy enough to
r=ail. cattle out of afield.
)3W - The hourstaVe very fUgacious, but
an exemplary busband is careful to keep
;110'.F.Ist gorses win ,
cups by the use
of their; leas. FaSt wen lose .their legs
by the use of cups. " • '
serNost. , , men have in their sdtils no
locomotives !Strong enough to draw :a train
VirNavigators on the sea of hfe,if their
voyage is a toag one, 'generally have to
send under fare polls. •
.IV"Probably the,Men who can boas
the possession of thel most varied and on
morons gifts are the beggars. ,
WrA'man often Ospresses' the same
idoa by wagging his bead that a dog does
Ze'Many writers profess to teach peo
ple "how to. live." Qulprits on the scaf
fold would like to learn.
sEiy-A man afraid of fire-arrns,if hegeis
in liquor, is apt:to imagine every6lngte
Tradesmen oen lose their Custom
as field sportsmen do their 'finger's -3y
• fe - Wheo a tvornen wishes to be very
affectionate to her lover, she calls ,bitu a
naughty man. j •
'The. first of an virtues is innocence;
the second is modesty; and neither.departs
without being quickly followed by the
,ZeirTo cite the examples of history, in
order to animate us to virtue or to arm us
with fortitnde, is to call up the illu's'trious
dead to inspire and to improve the living.
religion that: never suffices to
coveru a man, will never suffice to save
hint; that which does not sufficiently dis-
tinguish him from a p erishing world:
CarA young gentleman from the "reo
ral" districts ately advertised for a wife
through the papers,- and got answered
from eighteen husband; statiog that he
might have theirs.
,ttES,..Persons who practice deceit and
artifice always deceive themselves more
than they deceive) others. They may feel
great complacency in view of the success
of their. doings; but they are in reality
casting a ; mist before their own eyes.
rag,,Every Onful outward word and
deed, and every secret thought and pur
pose of the mind, re-acts upon the mind
itself:and, leaves its own impression there
ns upen - an , ineffaceable tablet. ;Aside
from all . the - influence our sin mayLesert
upon others, it -puts, impenshable'imp
pressions upon our own minds....
Itglawo gentlemen noted for, their
fondness of exaggeration, were.idiseussing
the fare at different hotels. One observ
ed that. at his hotel he had tea so!stron.g
it was necessary to confine it in an iron
vessel.'said the other, "it is
niade so , limdt it has not-strength to run
out of theist::.
c'. F. (41,ASSMillti, Proprietor, Corner of
Main and Second Street; Coudersport, Pot
ter Co., Pa.
SURVEYOR, CONVEYANCER, &c ,'BROOK.-
LAND, Pa., (fornacidy Cushiugville.) 011 ice
in his Store building.
H. J. OLMSTED,
.• OLMSTED & KELLY, •
DEALER IN STOVES, TIN & SHEET IRON
WARE, Main st., nearly opposite the , Court
House, Conderspoit, Pa. Tin and Sheet
Iron Ware made to order, in good style; on
- short notice.
BLACKSMITH, Fourth street, between' Main
and West Streets , Coudersport, Pa., is pre
pared to do all kinds of work in his line,
en the , most reasonable terms. Produce
taken in payment.
BLACKSMITH, wbuld inforin his former cus
tomers and the riblic generally' that he has
aceitablished.a shop in the building forin
l'crly4accupied by Benj. Rennels in Couders
port, where ho will be pleased to do all
kinds of Blamsmithing on the most reason
able terms: Lumber, Shiligles, and all
kinds of Produce taken in exchange tot
Z. ..11. THOMPSON',
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKER and RE
' 'FAIRER; Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa., talc's
this ruethed'of informing the pub
lie in . general that he is prepared
to do:all work. in his line ,with promptness,
in a Wcirkman-like manner, and upon the
most cleaomkpclating,.. terms. Payment for
Repairing ityhirlably required on delivery of
the work. XIS_ All kinds of PRODUCE
taken on account cyt work.
. ‘ ,40 The ' tthdersigned baying
.• 4 . 9
received a' large and
well selected stock of
'CLOCKS, WATCHES EL JEWELRY,
offers them fOr sale at prices that Will- com
pare faV•orably, with those of any city o'r town
within 100 -miles.; Every article of jewelry
and every style of Watches and Cloths
ally found in retail Stores kept,constantly on
hand, and warranted to be as represented.—
Al o, BeaPs Patent Itcvoiver: kept on, hand,
and sold cheap. -
ler Repairing done'ort short notiee,
good style and fair rates.
- Call and see me at the sign of the "Big
Watch .Y, C. 11. WARRINER.
Coudersport, Jan. 1. 1861. '
Patent Mica Lamp Chimney.
LAMP IC/12MM THAT WILL NOT BREAK!
This great invention com Mends itself to ev
ery.one using COAL OIL LAMPS.. It gives
more light, requires r less elenniugand will not
breik hip the heat or cold, falling, or any or
dinnty usage. I%or sale by Storekeepers gener
ally thrOughout (he'a. S, and the Canadas, and
lYholeaale by the aranufacturer.i and Patentees.
.130ILNIN - G'&4II3TIEPRILEY. '
No, 321 N. SECOND Street, PHILAD'A
N. B. - A large and. superioi stock of
alwayS on hand, at prices' defying competi
tion: Also, the Portland Coal Oil, at Manu.:
• !, • .-• , ginmrsnEn tw
PleAlorney, -Prorirlet or:
'sl.oo 'PER ALIVAXCE.
' 41 4*Dekoted 'to the cause of Republicanism,.
the, interests of 'Agriculture, the advancement
of Education, and
* the Best good of:Potter
county. Owning no guide except that of
Principle. it will endeavor to aid in the work
of more fully Freedomizing our Country.
ADiERTISC,IfENTS inserted at the following.
riles, except wherespecial bargains are made :
l ' Square [lO lines] 1 insertion, -- - • So
, . It a 3 " --,- • $1 50
Each subsequent insertionless than 13, 25
t Square three months, 2 50
t,' :" six ",•
•1 • " nine " 1 •5 50
1 ' '' one year, I
.; , 600
L Column six months, - .. 1 ----- "20 00
1. I 1000
, IL ti lt
I lt It it 7 00
1 • " ' per year. 40 00
1 , " "
~ " , " ---- - - - - 20 00
ALLministratoes or Executor's Notice, • 2 00
Business Cards, 8 lines or less:per yeat 5 00
Special and Editorial Notices, per line, 10
All' transient advertisements must be
paid in advance, and no notice will be taken
of ;advertisements froni a distance, unless they
arc accompanied by the money or satisfactory
JOHN S. MANN,
A.TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Coudersport, Pa., "mill attend the several
courts in Potter and M'Kean Counties. All
business entrusted in his care will - receive
prompt attention. Office corner of WeSt
ARTHUR G. OLMSTEP,
ATTORNEY It COUNSELLOR AT LAW )
Coudersport, Pa., will attend to all business
encrusted to his care, with promptues and
• fidtTity. Office on Soth-west corner of Main
and Fourth streets.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Coudersport, Pa., will
:attend to all business entrusted to him, with
• care and promptness._Office on Second st.,
near 'the Allegheny ridge.
. • F. W. KNOX, ,
ANTONEY AT• LAW, Coudersport, Pa., will
regularly attend the Courts in Potter and
the adjoining Counties.
O. T. ELLISON,
PRACTICING PHYSICIA.N, Coudersport, Pa.,
respectfully informs the citizens of the vil
lage and. vicinity that he will promply re
spond to all calls for professional services.
Office on Main it., in building formerly oc•
copied by C. W. Ellis, Esq.
C. S. &';E. A. JONES,
DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, PANTS,
Oils, Fancy Articles, Stationery, Dry Goods,
Groceries, kc., Main st., Coudersport, Pa.
D. E. OLMSTED,
DEALER 'IN DRY GOODS, READY-M.-UDE
Clothing, Crockery, Groceries, kc., Main st.,
N. W. MANN,
DEALER IN BOOKS St STATIONERY, MAG
AZINES and Music, N. W. corner of Main
and Third'sts., Coudersport, Pa.
COAL OIL LAMPS,
TOR-A .11WISIT, 1.1
IF YOU' PLEASE:
• - - • .•
I SUBSCRIBER has just recclred a new
JL stork of • 1
„ 0 B
Dliect froni New Trirk, conalstiog of
• DRY GOODS, .GROCL4
RIES of. alt kind s.,';
HARDWARE, CROCKH •
ERY, BOOTS &SIIOE§',I
HATS ,Zr CAPS, latestl
styles, READY _LADE ; ;
TICS, such as SHEEt-'1
INGS. TICKS, BATTS, '
short, all kinds of goods 'usually . kept
in a '
NO. 1 COUNTRY STORE.
All 'of wlikh will be sold very low for
The ;nbore-named .stock of Goods is .now
ppen,ariti for sale_at the
near Canfield's Flouring Mill, a fe
of the Alleghany Bridge,, •
where the proprietor would be de
ceiveleitlls front liis old 'customers
ny new! ones ai feel disposed to i
IDEAL WITH H
TLe market price paid for
.-Ir ' 4 '
S. D. 'KELLY
I ' - Cribs, t o
.. 1 Commog and
• I , ' Cottae Bedsteads
Repairing denaon the shortest notice,
and in ;the Most workmanlike 'miner.
Ti.u - RN I G
done immediately and to orders; All orders
promptly attended to. Please give me a„call,
and examine for yourself. P.
'1 AhI3ERT MASTANIA,
March 26. 1860.-28:l y. 14nufacturet,
'''' , r '
Malin abov 'PhOd St.,,
COUDERS OR P, PA.
M. W. MANN, Pacflurroz.
B'OM, APS, 'CIILOBES,
i LEDGERS- , 4
RECELEIT-BOOKS ; 1
• • lIERBARIUMI
• LETTE O ,4
Greek Lntin , French and 'Gel
• All School Books 'used in.l
kept on ha/id, or immediate
Magaiines or any Perfodicals
desired.' • -
• A goad assortment ,of Pape
Pens andAnks. Also, of Wall- t
. BIBLES, TESTAiI ENTS,
PRAYER 4;'ILYMN BOOKS, of • urious kinds.
MUM-BOOKS AND SHEEtrMUM,
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammonlßoards Chess
Men, PJIODUCE of all kinds taker(
in exchange for 13ooks,'&c. [ll-34)
.e Rochester Straw-Cutter.
(WAISTED & kELLI7, Conderaport, have
ur the exchisire agency for this celebrated
machine, in this county: It:is covenient,'da-'
rable, and CHEAP. Dec. 1, 1860.-I'2 '
BLANKS of all kinds for
. sale at this Mee
Peed; Warrants, V.xecut . ons,' Summons,
übpcenas, Constable . Sales, TownSbip andrders,
clobl Orders, Notes of all inds—kept On
and.and printed to 'order. L OB WORK at
tended to - promptly, and a..t •
p ces to suit the
times. iGive us a trial. .
in exchange foF Mercha
ersTort. Jan. 2,'1861.-15
hiring taken tlie
P. D. CATLIN,
les Norti of Coudersport, Pa.,
I ILL MANI7PACTIIItE
all kinds .. 01 I
lairs & Cabinetr\Vare ,
FLAG, . - •r.
A C ATll$
CANE-SEAT BOSTON EOCKERS I
SEWING and TABLE HAIRS,
SHALL ROCKING CHA.RS,
E and BAR-ROOM OHM S.
I BUREAUS, •
IRON iuritied - of:Oxygen and
bastion in Hy( rogen. Sane;
highest MediCal Authbrities, In
rid the United - States; and pre;
rt reflex , . l ; ; I
Tite exPerieu e of thonsandl
that ;nit prepa'ra ion of( Iron ear
w i itb,,it. : Impurities of the blot
iz i vital cOorgy,t pale( and MI
c mplixions indieciteslits neec,
c my conceivable case.
b eilinnttxieitZ s it i al n a all h p m ro a4a d die a s bs in o .r
i each ofthe ftillowitlg c9 lll l*
' 1n Pcbqity;N4rvous,L4ffechon.
nasi3Osiai, Conmlipatiuff, Diarrl
Iticipient ColiB uniption,l &With.;
Sail ligeum, .31 . 181;lenstrization, RI
,Liter t'ontillafiztsi ehrdnic Head ,
ti m, :littern*teni ,Fez , :ts, Pin;pti
4'C.r i : I ( a 1 ' H
tin cases of G i eneral; Debility
result Of acute disease; or of th
m i intitiOn' ',4Z nenvous ; and mu
from chronic cOmplaints, one ti
tdrativb hits proycd sUccesifull
which 'no ,de.tdtaption nor n rat
would render critdiblea Int-alit
rilidenas ;to pave becbme form
own neighborhoods, (have sin
kared: inithe bt sy world as if
frbrn ptrotracted (travel in a - di
.Surne very.signal instances ofi,
attested to female Sufferers, emit
of apparent inaraimus 7 sanga4
lion, - critical, changes, I and tht4 ,
nt,n'ektot4 and expel tic :worst;
exercise for whinh the; physiAn
n Affections of all
reasons fainitiAto medical me
o this preparation' of] iron MIA
be salutary, for intika-the old it
orously. tonic tlvithont being ;
oyerlicatifig, ; Mid gently, :rept(
eten in the most obstinate ca It
ntss.withimf ever being a.gast
or inflicting a disag,reeable sent
lit is thislather property,
which Imlike's it r 1. 1 .70 remarkable)
permanent are edy. ft.r. l'ites, ;
also aPpears to exert a distinct
atttion; by dis.peising the local ti
forms ibern.; 1 • I
; .. ;
. ' In DysPepsia,Jinnurnerable a;
a single Pox of hese Chalvbent,
,TA- tdn sufficed for he most habitat.
0. eluding the attendentl Costirenco's
in unhheeked Diarrhea:l, 'even when advanced
id Dysentery, coinfirmnd, emaciating, and ap-'
'; pare - 0y tnialignant, ;the effelts have been
etpally cibeisii and astonishing. , ; , •
;In the local p ins, loss of flesh and strength.
) debilitating cough, and remittent hectie,whi eh
gener4lly, indicate Incipient Consumption; this
_ remedy has allayed the alarm of friend's and
physiCians, in several (very gra Hying and in.
teresting ' Anstart es. I V
I f lit...Scrofulous Tnberoffrsis,
ir n has ',had far mere( than the,
tl must !cautionally balanced i;
i cline; Without any of their Iv
Isitities. ('-; ,
The; attention of females canribt, be pd. eon
dently invited -o this rental!' find restorative,
it} the; cases pecaliarlY affecting
m theta. ! -
, (In Rheuatism, both chronic: and; inflam.
orators-I,in the latter; howevCr, More decid
ealy-4-Whas ben invariably well reported,
bath as alleviaiing pain and I reducing the
swellings and s illness of the joints and'inus
cies. 1J • I ' ' ;
lln tntetrrnittei t Fevers it • must necessarily
be a great reniOy .and energetic restorative,
apd its progress in the new settlements of the
West,; will prof MAY be "one off high retiontia
and usefulness.} i ; - I. •. .i,
I No 'reined) , hris ever been cli4overed in the
whole history of medicine, which exerts( such;
promPt, happk, and fully restorlitive effeets,_
d-ood;appetite, nomhlOte digestion, rapid ne
cniaitionrof strength, with an lthastiai +lisp°,
sitiorr for nctiveLand cheerful exercise, Imme.
liately follow it use.l • t
' Put up in neat flat metal holies contrtinin,g
; price 5() cents per bititt for sale by
druggists and dealers; Will tic sent free to
~s n y tOdre'ss-on receipt of the price, All; let
ters, piders,,ete , shotild be acidres'sed tea
I It; IL ..I.00I4: & Co., Generhl Agent,,.; •
I. t 4ttly. I ;20 Cedrti• St., - N.; ).-
l s:ed to ,re
rid as ma-
.1.1 : : kimito.,s I:,4si o triTi
ITHE undersigned is onld respectfully inform
1 the surrounding community that hel has
t ken`the'room.4 formerly occupied by . . AL G.
Glmsted :where he is paredw to do :- i
All kind 6 pellarness work
on the shorte st otice.
L., - . i
LONG, T11.81V7 COLL ARS, . i
a lso kept t unstuntl,y on hand.,These collars
are a superior article, and need:but a tildl to
instti,e their . Bu4ess. L• ' •
1 , )
1 .Re'pairiiiij done in goodsole. i.
.' Stircingles,....llarting ale-ringS, 'names,land
Hume straps+, &c., kPrit constatltly on littnd.
The public n invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.p i
I 1 1 S !P. M1N..411.. •
Cdadersport ct. 160, 1860. ' I
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AISo, TIN and SHE.
FRyrNGITAN ' sI
sachi IPLOWS, S
TOR, COliN-PTIELLI • -
1)00-1'0 1! 4TEP.8 -
WORIC ; ;I
is will mode and the thaterial *Good and
substantial EAVES-VIOLiGH.I . pnt npih l any
part ; . of the County-Ternts easy.. IteadYlPay
of all kinds,' including Cash, stiloni refOsed.
Store ,dn 3.tail i StreooppositPle Old Court
flouse,.Ctindeis ort, Aug! J,, 1859.-50 •
ler A l arge,
I carbon byicont
tinned by • the
tb in Eltrope
scribed in their
.city in almost
cinch it has
orz the• Face,
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to /...n extent
.ds so lon, bed
tiAten in.. their
',lint to air ; and
n has no name.
and f 05,.
, the operation
xids, it is rig
, es of costive
,tricinpurgit ti v e,
• mong others,
1. effectual nod
upon which it
,S are its causes
te Pitts has of-
Anil cases, in-
good 'o6ct of
INTY.I . `I,OIVI3. AND
k• at the storenof • I'r
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' - MOFFAT'S .
LIFE 'PILLS AND,PIIMNIX liiI27.ERS
TuE4E 31E1ACbiETre now been befort
- the public fdt pee "od of Timm YEAtts,
;anddnring that tilne have maintained a high
'character-in almost every part of the tdobe,
for their extraordinary and immediate 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 human.diseases in which the
Are well; known to be dnflillible.'
DYSPEPSIA, bj• thoroughly cleansing thd
first and second stomachs,. and'ereatinga Ho*
of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and.
acrid Moil i FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite,
Heartburn, Headache; It , il.lessness, 111-Tea.
per, Anxiety; Languor, and Melancholy, which
are the general syMptoms of Dyspepsia, will
vanish, as a natural conseo , ience of its cute.
COSTIVENESS; by cleansing . the whole
length of the intestines with a solvent procese,
and without violence ; all violent purges leere
the bowels costive within 'tav!) days.
FEVERS of fill kinds, by restofing the blood
to in regnlar-cirmilation, througl('the process
of perspiration such cases, and the thor
ough solution of all intestinal obstruction in
other;.', - •
1 • -;
'The Life Medicines'. have been known to
cure RHEUM:MS ermanently in three
weeks,- and • :in half that time, .by re
moving local inflammation from the muscles
and ligaments of Ric joints.
DROPSIES . of 'all kinds, by freeing and
strengthening the kids 7 and bladder; the;
operate delight • . ly n these important
orga, and hence I ve ever been found a cer
tain remedy for the worst eases of GRAVEL.
. _ ..
Also WORMS, by disludgipag from the turn.
ings of the bowels.the slimy.imakterto ythies
these creatures adhere. ' •
SCURVEY. ULCERS, and I'VETERATE
SORES, by - tile perfect, purity which thise
LIFE :MEDICINES E,ive , to the [fond, cnd
the humors. •
SCORBUTIC EItPTIOYS anti BAD COM
PLEXIONS, la their 314.r/tare effect upon the
flftid that fend the skirt: and the morbid state
of which occasions ail! eruptive complaints,
sallow ; cloudy, and . other disagrecable'cotu
use ofthese riuo for a very short time,
011 effect an entire cure 'of SALT RHEUM,
and a striklu improvement' in the clearness
of the 'skin. COMMON COLD&and
ZA will alwayS be euriAl by one dose, or
by two in the worst ca.0 . .3. •
. oriFinat proprietor of tl:c.so
MOdicines. WAS qu red of files 'of
standing, by the use of the LIFE'MEDICINES
albne. • •.- •
'FEVER AND AGUE —For this scourge of
the Western country, ;hese Medicines be
'outlet a safe, speedy, and certain remedy.-
00er medicines leave the-system sutject to
a return of the disease-a cure by these Med
icines is permanent—TlZYrt se, as s.vrisstru,
AND lIE CUIttD. '
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER : CONl
pLusTs.—CzeterarDebility, Loss of Appe
tite, and Diseases of Females—the Medicines
haVe been used with the most' benefieirl re
snits in cases Af this description:—Kings
~,Scorfuht, in its worst forms, yields
toi the mitt yet powerful action of these re
' markable Medicines. Night Sweats, Nervous
Di:bility; Nervous Complaints of all kinds,
Palpitation of the Heart; Painters' Colic, are
JIIER.CURIA DISEASES.—Pers'ons whose
constitutions have become impaired' by the
injudicious use of Mencurcv, will find' these
Mcdicinesla perfect cure, as they never fail to
eradicate from the system, all the effects of
N4rcury, intinitelY sooner than the most pow
erful prepaations of Sarsaparilla.
JPreparld and sold by W. B. MOFFAT,
. • 1 335 .BRGADIVAY, ,
'For-sal 'by.. 1.-Druggists
~~" ''~w nom"
7. 4 4
' /n i t_
..z.l MRS. WINSLOW,
experienced Nurse and,Female Physician,
present to the attention of mothers, 'her
I SOOTHING SYRUP, - •
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which grimily facilitates the process of teeth
ink, by softening the gums, reducing all in
flamation—will allay ALL
. PAIN and spas
action, and is
SURE TO, REGULATE THE BOWELS,
Depend Upon it, mothers, it will give rest to,
yciurselves, and , , •! • !
RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
;We have put up and sold this ariicle far
over ten! years, and CAN `SAY; IN CONFI
DENCE AND TRIMI of it, what we hale
never been able•to say of any• other medicine
.—;NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE
INSTANCE,' TO. EFFECT A CURE, when
timely used. Never did we know an instance
of; dissatisfaction * by any one who used it. On
Die contrary-, all are delighted with its opera=
ti4s,,and speak •in terms of comenda Lion! of
iti•inagical effects and Medical virtues. We
speak in this matter '• WHAT WE DO KNOW,'I
after, ten years' experience, AND PLEDGE
OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FULFILMENT
OF WILIT WE HERE ; DECLARE. In almost
,where the infant is suffering
from parn and exhaustion, relief will; be found
MI fifteen or twenty minutes after - the s - yrup .
.4 ;administered.. • .; • . ; !
This. valuable p - reparation is the prescrip
tion of the most EXPERIENCED and SKILL.= •
FOL NURSES in New England, and has been_,
Used with NEVER FAILING SUCCESS in !
' THOUSANDS OF CASES. ,
!It not Only relieves the child from pain, but :!
inSloratel \ the:gtomacti and Vowels, correeti -
acidity, and gives tone and energy to thei
w system. It will ; almost instantly; re= •
1, ; I t ; • "
GRIPING, IN THE. BOWELS,AND. WIND i
and overcome.convidsiohs, whieli,lif riot spec
dily remedied,- end in' death. :We believe it
the BESr."and SUREST. REMEDY IN TAE.
WORLD. in all cases 'of .DYSENTERY and
DIARRIiCES IN CHILDREN, Whether it arise:
IrOm teething, or from - tiny other cause.
Would say to every mother W - ho bas pat child
suffering from any of the foregoing complainti •
---:D130 NOT LET YOUR PREJJUDICES, NOR •
THE PREJUDICES- OF OTHERS, stand.be4
tWeeri You and . soar suffering child. and the
relief that will be SURE—yes. ABSOLUTELY
SURE- -to follow the uSe of Ws' medicine,. if
timely used. Full' directions! for using wilt
accompany each bottle. None genuine und.
lees the fac-simile of CURTIS & PERBLNE,
New Ye:irk, Is on the outside wrapper:
Sold by Druggists throughout the ward.
A Oftice_, 13 Cedar St.,;
ff York. -1
pRNE. ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Sold by' C. S.' a E. A. JONES, Couders-1,