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P.A.', STEBBINS &CO.
tgitiresentli received and Opened
TEX LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
That has bum brought to this market the pre
Their nom stock of
**reprises the •ety
Latest , Styles
purchased at thel
and they offer them et
.tbat inch goods een be had a E any oilier
Rouse in town.
Their stook of
I very complete, and 'as they held titer° ex
Thai cannot be undensold.
Persons desiring a good article at low price
will do well to , give ill= a coll.! -;
im o Tbeir old ensto l mere are e l
ritediet still aad.exaniine their otook, and see
thsitAitittel. I "
Cotner , . Store
CTIVIELIT t GIASSSIRE'S
In the January Number we shall
!•Sunshine to Lectors,'' by Charles Gotlfre ,
-Leland—the first °fa series of papers on*
'cheerful and joyous •in ILit;•rature and Sr:
which wilt he found inttrestin,?, to the most
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Richard B. Kimball's 'great work “The Iteve
laitollS of Wall Street," to be ..üblizlied by G
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I Administralotos Nottrce. 1
I'WHEREAS, letters olf administration ,oi
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IrChruary 28, 1861 • I 1.6 w
h. - SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES !I
A NECESSITY IN EVERY IIiiIISEIIOLD T.'
! , 4 JOHNS & OROSLEY'S .
Atherican Cement Glue
• Thd strongest Gluelin the World
For, Cementing Wcorli' Leather, Glass
Ivory, Ohina, Marde, Porcelain,
. ~ Alabaster, Bone, "Coral, etc..
The'enly article of the kind 'ever produc•
ed which will with Land Water.
"Every housekeeper should hare a supply
of Johns L Crosley's Aral :can Cement Glue,"
—New York Times.
"It is so' convenient to have in the house:"
—.Vey; York Express,l . ... •
' This commends it to
t•ft is always ready .
:verybody."—.2l 7 l Y. In dependent.
• "We . have tried it, and'' find it as useful in
our house as water."— IV4es'Spirit of the Tilde.'
Price 25 Cents per Bottle:
Very liberal reductions
toWho lesale Dealer ..
TERMS C I SH.
sale by hll Druggists and Store
keeperstenerally throughlint the country.
' l . • • JOHNS & t ROSLEY,
. I : • (Sole Mentificturers.)
78 William Street, Nen"'Yerk. i
(Cortierof•Libeity-Striet.) " - -jy9ly
30. CORD S of WOOD. wAnted gt
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tion jof THE CONTINEN AL MONTHLY, de-,
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dition, contributions wili appear from
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:ng authors. We shall; as before,
cultivate tite genial and 'humorous 'in evlerd
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the Knickerbocker will receive many contri
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style which, have of latelyears distinguished;
really first-class writingsi of this namre.
the dry and' pedantic esstiss of the o,d school
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NOW IS TILE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
J. R. GILMOIIE,
No. 121 Nassau Street, NeiviTork,
and Nu. 110 Tretnont Street, Boston
CHI LpRE - 11 .
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician,
presents to the attention of-Mothers, her
FOR CII:ILDItEN -TEETHING,.
which-greatly f4cilitates the process of teeth
ing, by softening; the gums, reducing all in
tiamatiotHwill lallay ALL PAM ,and
modic action. and is
SURE TO REGULATE THE -BOWELS:
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to
yourselves, and.; , •
RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOt ENFANTS.
We hate put up and sold :this article for
and CAN SAY; IN •CONFI
DENCE AND TRUTH of it, what we have
never beenf 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
the contrary, all are delighted with its opera
tions, and speak. in terms of coniendacion of
fts magical effects and medical virtues. We
speak in this matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW,"
ifter ten years' experience, AND PLEDGE
OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FUGFILMENI
OF WHAT WE HERE DECLAP:E. In almost
every instance where the infant is suflerink
from pa•n•and exhaustion, relief will be fontid
in fifteen , or t went.). minutes after the syrup
This rnivable preparation is the preserip
tion of the mostEXPERINNCED and SKILL
FUL NURSES in New England, and has beeia
used with NEVER FAILING SITCCESS
THOUSANDS OF CASES
It not only reiieves, the child from pain, but
invigorates tlie , stomach and boWels, corrects
acidity,' and gives tone and energy' to the
whole system. It will almost instantly re
GRIPLNG IN .TEIE BOWELS, AND WLND
Ind overcome cOnvulsions. which, if not spee
dily remedied, end in death. We believe it
the BEST and SUREST REMEDY IN THE
\t'ORLD, in all cases of DYSENTERY and
CHILDREN, whether it arise:-
'rum teethii,g. or from any other cause. Wt•
wank say to evt ry mother who has a child
:a iFering from any of the foregoing complaint.
—DO NOT LET YOUR PREJUDICES, NOR
ME PREJUDICES OF OTHERS, stand. be
%%Ten you and: your s offering 'ld. and the
•vlier that trill be SLIRE—.es,
-iURE- -to follow the use of this mei. , 104', it
timely— used. Full dircetious for using
teemnpany each bottle. None genuine
lea th 6 far-simile of CURTIS k PERKINS
New York. is. the, otoside wrapper.
Sold by Drugg,ists throughout the world
Principal - Office. 13 Cedar @
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER DO.TTLE
Sold by C. S. & E. A. JONES, Couders
girt, Pa. 16-1
Nos. 9. 11. 13, 15, 17. COURTLANDT STREET
This ofil-established and favorite resort 'of
he Busiriess community has been recently re•
itted, and is complete in- hg that cat
iiinister to the comfort of ins. Lad: e
nd Families are special!, ',refully pro.
It, is ecninillir located usiness pan
, f the city, ltilli is e'Untigoi he principa
rims of steamboats, cars,} , es, &Tries.
In coniequenee of the:, caused la
he Rebellion, prices liar been reduced to
, 'SE DOLLAR. AND FIFTY CENTS PER DAY
The table is amply snpniied with all th•
luxuries of the season, and is equal to that o
.iny other hotel is the country.
Ample *! , ecommodationg are offered for up
ward of 4UO guests.
• Do not believe runner's, har.kmen.and other:
who may say "the Western Hotel is full."
D. D; WINCHESTER, Proprietor
Thos. D. 117nche4dfr. . frl9
THE HEROES OF PEACE
Tar. ITIEWHES OV WAR.
E. Anthony, N 0.501 Broadway, New York,
s now publishing, in addition to other por
rafts, the celebrated collection known in'Eu
one and America as
3rculy's Nutionli Photographic Portrait Gallery.
in whieb is included Portraits of nearly all the
~ . rominvnt men of America, not excepting Jet;
Davis, Gen Beauregard, Floyd, and a host of
other Confederates. Price of Portraits, $3,00
per dozen: Can be sent by mail.
Scenes of the War for the Union,
are published,•card size, and in Stereocopic
Stereolcopic views of , scenes in Paris, Lon
don, and in other parts of England and France.
u Scotland, Ireland, Wales, lloliuod, Switzer.
iand, Spain, on the Rains. in Athens, Egypt,
Purley, the Iluly Land, China, India, Cuba,
Our Inslantanous Stereoscopic Views ere
The Greatest Wonder of the Age.
These are taken in th a foitieth part ofn second
nd the roshi Cz'of water,the moving of leaves.
lir the march of'an army , i does not in the lease
tact the taking of these views. They are
old fors3 per dozen.
We• have also:on handiand manufacture the
argest assortment of Stereoscopes, Photo-
Tiphie Albums; and Photographic Materials
n the United States, and perhaps in the world
Catalogues, containing lists of all our Pur
raits, Views. Stereoscopes, &c., sent tree bj
nail, on receipt of a stamp.
E. ANTHONY, 501 Broadway, j
jyly near St;!Nicholas 11-itel, - Neir York.
1 • HARDWARE, DRY GOODS,
Ills been so fortunate as to secure the send
•es of THOMAS J. BAKER, who is making
tad mending Boots and Shoes in ht:
barn unexceptionable btyle, with
I have concluded to sell only for
rrom October 1, 1861.
1 Will buy Ashes, Hides, Pelts, and sow=
In BrOakland, (formerly Cushinkville.)
IDR. JAYNE'S -FAMILY MEDICINES for
sale at STEBBINS...
pLANKS of all kinds for sale at this (Mei.
~Deeds, Warrants, Executions, Summons
pubpaions. Co.istable Sales, Township- and
chool Orders;:ltiotes of all kinds—kept on
- ard and rirlritedlo order. JOB WORK at
fended to promptly, and aVpriced to snit the.
times. Glyn as a trial. . .
solf r imsTED- - si . . KE LLYI
pTORE can always be. - found the :hest of
~ C- Bnxandparto!
Alsd, TIN and SHET4ON WARN, POTS,
NETTLES. SPIDERS, I ,'SDOTGEI BOWLS,
RYING-PANS, SAP-pIOIS, and-iaULP
LIONS. Also, '
such 1.. s PLOWS, SCRAPERS: . CIif,TIVA
TORS; CORN-SHELLERS,, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG-POWERS, &o: - •
is well made and the material good.' Good and
substdntial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the.Oo.unty—Tertns easy. Ready Pay
of alt kinds,' including C4sh;.seldoni 'refused.
Stoie on Main Sireet okinsite the 01 Court
Rouge; Oonderiport. Ang, ) 7 - 1859.-50
Just published in a sealed eic)iitope, price 6 cts
Lecture by Dr.CoLvanivnt,, on the Cause
and Cure of - Sperinatorrhcea,, Consump
tion, Mental and Pltystcrii Debility, Nervous
seas', Epilepsy; Inipaired Nutrition a tbe.Bo
dy LasSitaie ; Weakricir of the Lill:ilia and
Back: Indispisition, and!ineapacity:for,Study
and Labor ; Dullness of ;ApprehenstoU ; Loss
of Memory; Aversion to Society; Lore'. of Sol
itude ; Timidity; Self-Distrust; Dizziness;
Headache; Affection's of the Eyes; Pimples
on the Face , Involuntari Ethissions, and Sex
ual Incapacity; the Con Sequences of Youth
ful Indiseretion, Scc.l
This admirable Lecture clearly prares that
the above enumerated, often self-aftlicted,evirs
may be removed without medicine. and with
out dangerous surgical operations, and should
be read by every'yuuth and every Man in the
laud. Sent undersea!) to any addreSs, in "a"
plain, sealed: envelope, do the receipt of six
carts, or two postage stamps, by addressing,
Dr. CHAS. J. C. KLIN'E,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Office Box, 4586.
• 'THE DAY SOLKOOL BELL,
A -NEW • SINGING 1,300 R. FOR ,- D.:ty
SCHOOLS, called the DAY SCl.lO.Olj BELL
is new ready. It contains about 100. pages
'of choice:Songs, 'Rounds; Qatches,
Tri6S, quartetts, and Chi Muses, many of them
written expresSly for this work, hesides
?ages of the Elements of Music. The Ele-:
tnents are so ,easy and pi•Ogressive, that ordi
nary teachers will finlthemselves. entirely
successful in instructinyrert young scholars;
w sing corre'cilv and scientificall ; While the :
tunes and words embi4ce such a !variety o 1
livelY, attractive and seald-stirrinu-, Music. and ,
•sentMients,' that no •triMille will be eimeri-'
•enced in inducing all beginners to go an with
zeal in aqui/gni , skill in one of :tile .most
uealth 7 giving, beauty-iniproving, happiness-,
yielding, and order-producing exercises m•
school life. In simplicity of its elements, in
variety and .ladapta!ion of 'music, andlt.
•xcellence and nuthher aif its songs, original
selected, and is I.,pted, l i t' claims by much to
2g.cel all c , mpe iturs. It will be found to b
die im.st book ever isslied for Seminaries.,
Academies, an I puhlic Stmools. A few sam
ple ptig•P; of :be Elern :nts, Tunes, and Songs
.re given in a circular;.'and get 'one., It
is compiled by HORACE 14ATERS; - AuthM ,
f "Sabbath-School 11611 s." N05...1 andL2.
if whibli have had the enormous sale of 655;..'
000 in 36 mouths. Prices, paper covers, 21'
•ents, $l5 per 100; Bound, 30 cents, $22 per
00 • cloth bound, emboised gilt, 40. cents
$3O Pat' 100. 25 cepiesifarnished at the 100,
price: Mailed Jr m retail . price
HORACE WATERS, Publisher,
No. 481 Brolidway, New York.
New York City
ffIGIZACE 'WATERS PLANO&
c;,'LoDEON. ALEX.A.)tkIIE 013.G4iNiS, exn
I'. GrI,BELT ~.t CO.'S Celebrated zEOLIAN
:'.1.1N OS, are the finest in4ruinents for,Parlore
ad .!liiirelies now in use. A large assort ,
dent can be seen at the ifiew Warerooms, 481
.iItUADWAX, between I 'Grand and Brooms
;freers, which will:be sdhl at extriiniely low :
iriees.. PIANOS and MBLODEOi , :Sfrom sun;
try makers, new:and seebnband. to let, an,
;rat allowed if linrchaso, . s er agreement.
M onthly payinenis receP:ed or the same
„ t i.
Also, second-hand Piania; and Melodeons iv.
4 mat. bargains, : ; prices f';rolii, $2546, - 5100.
Theei Music, 'Music Books, and all kinds of
iltisi, Merchandise at War iirie , .s, '•
110BACDIWATE11 . §.! Agent. -
• Sabbath Schout
.111e115, No. .2.
7,5,000 GUMS ISSUED THE FIRST
;'welye Months of its pUblication. 'lt is ni.
laire New Work, of neaily 200 pages, Mat”,,
the Tunes And Hymns eere written express-
y for this Voltne.. It will soon be as popu,
iar as its predecessor Melt No. 1) Which hAs
run up' to the enormous number of 575,000
:opies in 313 months; outstripping any Sunday
ichool Bo'olt:of its Size issued in thiS country.
Also, both VolumeS, are b'ound in one to ac.
•orumodare schorlsWislgng them in that form.
:'ricer of Bell No. 2, pager corers, 15. cents.
;12 per 100: BoUnd, 25 l ieents, slB4e . r 100,
:loth bound embosskTgilt, 30 centS, , .s22 per
100. Bell. No. 1,, paper covers, 1.2 cents, $lO
.er 100 toimd, 20 cents,: $lB per 100. Cloth
found embossed :gilt, 25iients:.$20, per 100
1 and 2 bbund together, •10 cents.
330 tier 100. 25 copies. tarnished at the 10b I
~rice.. Cloth bound nmb'ii,ssed gilt, 50 cents, I
340 per 100. Mail postage free at the retail
. . '•
No. 481 Broad?ay, New York.
NATRONA COAL OIL I
WARRANTED NON EXPLOSIVE'T
tnd equal to any Kerosene'. - •
%9.b11.' buy an explosive when a few
rentslmore per gallon will l furnish you with
7erfect Oil? Mado ohly by I
PEF/WA SALT..II6III/FACTURINO OMNI%
No. 127 Walnut Street,. Philadelphia.
Feby. 1. 1862. . ly ' i
i SAP ONIFIER, SAP ONIPM !
' . 11.13E FAMILY SOAP iIAXER."
All Kitchen Grease can lie made into good
SOAP, - bi ; using Saponifier •
DIREpTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH - 130X
Soap is as easily' made with it, as making
a cup of coffee.
nufactured , only by the Patentees.
PEN] 'A SALT IIi.ANTJEPiCTHEING,OSIPAITY,
No ; 127 Walnut street, Philatieiplila.
Feby. 1, - 1862. . iy,:
Thel Rochester Stra:wrOutter.
CiI,:kISTED • L .- KELLY, ( , Coudersport., ,have
the exclusive agency Por this celebiated
machine, in this county. is corenient. duo
ruble, and CHEAP. 1. '18.60.-42
4 DVERTISF, in the Jot It in the on-
Ili papeT in, Potter connty r elAti le a iond
flied lulu threugh which beoplerof
A DVERTISE 'in the eirollfir
1 - 1. nal. Only paper in the coney.
The Great Cause
'4l - OMR,STOLUMN
T HE subscribers at their I .
' OLD STAND ON DIADV STREET,
Offer to their bld customers' and the public
generally fort Cash, United States TreaSitry
iNotes (which; by the way are taeri at. Par,)
Wheat, Corn,; Oats, - Butter,Chcese,
Hides, Pelts, i-Deer Skins, and all,othcr-kinds
' ' •
of Skins, such as Calf Skins, &c., 61ap , lyans,
Seas, Venisoh, and some other thingi that
cau't be thodgbt; of,
A LARGE ANp WELL-SELECTED
BOOTS & SHQES,
Hats & Caps,
DRUGS s.t -IiIF,DICINF;§
Paints,Alills, and Dye
Together witliSome of tbe best i ,
4 N 1
KEROSENE OIL; ', !
Far superior to.the . oll Creek or'fihioutie Oil
LAMP & LAMP FIXINGS; L
also a few more of . tbose Superior
' . SLEIGH SHUTS.GLA.SS, SASH, PUTTY;
INK, PAPER, ENVELOPES.
•ud other kinds of.
' , Ji
And otber.a.kieles which time alono for-
..ids us to mention, all of which willj be
sold as low 'as the WAR-PRICESi will
allow—for strictly ;
And for those articles we take, the high.
est market Price will be paid
1 We are: also General Agents for 111. 1
DR. D. JAYNE'S 11.1edicine,
, • • - "i" •
KENNEDY-'S ittedic l .al Discovery, I ' !
And all the standard Oedicines of the day
•• ! 1
C. .9' &LE: A. .TONESI 1
- ! ; !,
, N. B. The pay . for the GoOde'mnst be on
h od,itvhen the; Goods are r delivered, ;as - ure are
dpterroined to Nile to. the ntOtto of, "lity
ides one tbin,i roore: The Judgmentemote=
and book - Oneonta Whleli we:have - on
'ast bieyisttled i aiift-elojed uOmfnediateli-of,
we fear t i eft. will be ineinisediastaiilia'alhe
ulna! rate of interest. I I . Dee
:w'a:€~'=xt~. 3 ;.+:a~_~iut;_ea~#t~ssc;se;~ ; . R :-~~ i
r 1 , 4-
• • •
, ' a
' 1 ,
flyer's Cherry Pecteral,
.VOR CURL OP
COughtt, Co'Hip, lutinenin, Ilonrgenessi,
',Crony. Droneh Inctident Can
-1 • aumotion, and forithe
of Conanmptive Patients
' •in advanced triges
of the iliseaset
Thin Is et remedy in lin safly liuntery to surpass any
Other for the CHIT of threat nod, ;Hug cortrithiittl aattril
is ogetess hero to po , li , li:the ev ' ideoce omits sit tars In
uniivalled esCellence for :coughs and rnlds. nod its Ii oty
seemly/lid :urea of toalinniterY eli:4-11.e.j base fluid.. it
known thronglionti the civiligod .of the c.o.d.
Few!are the caminitnit fest, or even spied'
who have tiot,sonie orsonal exgerience of its shorts
some trnpliy!in their mhlst of its viciory - sr the
subtle and tiangc:ons ili,orilt•gq of the thrust and lungs.
As all know the' dreadful, fafality of these deord.oe god
'Os they know;too, the effects of this t erdedy. wt toed and
30,r1mirs than to assiire neat that it has noW 011 110 '
Cues that It did have witch the cures wid.:ll betve
Won ao strongly upiiAlhe conlidenca of maul:hid.
Xiepare4 by Dr. 7. C:Z.YER & CO., Lowell, /Ws
- b - pld by 5.4 E. A. Jones, Coudersport;
'Mann 4.cr .11iliport •, N. J2Mills, Coles
bark.; Colwell 47:Lyman, Mulct ; A:Corer
SO; Ulysses; A B. Horton,
and by. Dealers generally
rilfir, undersigned Al ould respectfully inform
• the Siirrounditig'comnuusity that he has
taken . the rooms formerly occupied by John
S. 3lann, where he is prepared to do •
All kinds of Harness Work
orUthe shortest notice: . :
LONG STRAW COLLARS.
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a superior article, and, need but a trial to
insure their success.
J.' Repairing done in good style.
Surcingles, Martingale-rings; Tfaries, and
Hattie straps, &d., k'pt consist tlyon hand.
The public are invited to call and examine, ,
before . purchasing elsc . wbere.
S. P. MINA&
Cocderspart Pct. I6th, 1860.
Admitilisfrator's Notice. •
TT ETTERS - of - :Administratiot on - the estate
Li tot' S. S. WtttTs, Into oflThitesville, Atte. -
zany county,lC,lY-,ltaripg,heen granted, to
the .i undersimed, all.persons "haring 1 claims
tgathst s'a!d ' estate are requested to Present
them to him foriliquidatiott. and persons
`6vOng Raid estate are reduested to-make im-
Mediate rtiment to him. ;
• i.I3OIIACE. COBB.
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, ar repato.
rust be got.l. I boa to
:'tits it ettre4 ~,',., 1 ~,,
9 Or It rpmspoonro overt
4 Lkfi. \,..a• arid heal:Lt
I tiro ~,,o, which efkr.
tear, and I hear/ Lis, '
bolo nty , sys tem. y o l;
, out ear in; %ben I la'
,'the Itptrallgs of tle.
),Fithlf 11. T.if.i,it
- St. Autlianyls-rie:,ltla4C,Ox• Vrysi pow,.
.:[Tettex: lift il, , Salt Rh aani, held 11, 4 4
'ri. llobert M. Preble,wriles I L zent Salon. N. 1%, %it;
Rept., -I,'s9,'tltt. lie lato cored[ tin inveterato ease of
Dlippay, wiliett Ore:Om:MI to tel ;Moab, fatally, by it ,
per,ererioß nee of our SarsitinWilh fuel t,.l,ottt,lti
, ge lo ,
Jicitign,,t E r y s iy m t j , by large thisos of the *:one; mye
he'crirea Cho cortittion 1:1-uptimis 1 . 1 it eonstanfly. l
Ilraliclract4, Goitre air Suellenlt; ec i,
Zahtflon Siouti of Ero.Part. Teah.. write.: " Tim.: La , •
tle9 of yoat'Sarsajmrilfit VIIIVIIrne- from a i,t,it t y._-:4 hiv
Pratt_ swelling on. the pea, uhirl, 1 had sullmeti ram'
Deer Me yearsi.a
taincorrlsona ar:trilfles.ll4.4c-nrian Tumor,
• 'Uterine Vic4ratriaii, nesaala Diseases.
alr. J. IL a. Charm ing:, or - Now f f oil: city. write, i, - I
Peek cheerfully apply with the feintedor jour neentiti
',hying I have • found yitar Sarraiintill. a 1,,,,..1,,p,, 0
alterative in the uttuteroas cent; , !obits f, , , x i hid, ~,
employ snob a realedy, bat espeelally in 11., , ,b , w 1 e.,,„,
of the Scy , tfurettsitilititetio. I litre ,m o d ninny j ure: ,
1,;,,,,1.,, , S of Lonoorilfloa ra py. it , tool holm. , ‘lltrte the CM. .
plaint was canse.l,by"olivtien of ato J., , ,, , f. The n 6, .
aticlit itself WAS worn cared. • Ntilbina within my knout•
edge monis it for I brit Foliate 4ranaement.''
',Edward ..s'. Mart Ste, of Nee,-1,11f3*- .\ is:::::;:::::-Dird:znr..
nom., oraricin lenipn• no one of the fentalri. if, thy ih„,ii,
rritlelt bad defied 101 l the remedies ire cOuld employ, ti t '
at length been completely cttil L thy•
,m)i i i e ni a . Our idistM-I,tti flu - mi t -ht. nothilfz but elfitim.,
(lan cauld afford rk-lief. taut be relst, , ,l the trial orsyna'
' : 11 T-.‘l" , l'ilia an tile last resort before tutting, and it
proyed effect ant. :After lakingyonr temedy ei,ibt treeki
up 'symptom of U.ii dbeaSe ly:111%1111,"
f Sykillls 'kind Ilferearlal ntscase. '
Niar olai•%,Nß; 2ithr Aliguct,lltt
'Dn. S. C. ATER b ,Slr, T. diem fatly comply frith the re.
744.5 t of piar agent, :obi I Pool t it , :: , q1 trout of Ito (leas
I bare realized with yoar Soo-Ismailia.
: 'jai TOR - PlatnnaNia
/nit for the spe . edy cure at ttil
,Plmnalpi, . rastnica,,
: - 13.1aLus, and all'Skila."
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1 .1:' O. :Arra & co, Cents' i /
~ w kat year.; t , ,irsap n
'living lubet lted tt .Scrufulon, i ,
tofu Wilt rarlouit ways`,Yor. - yen
out hi Ulcers on,. )iir' bawl); n
tartan Inward tuill dbitres,oril, 0,
,years aga it,l.E4ke, out. on my be;
it/Jae:WS liiii/ 'ant , .'lyttri): Wide, w:
beyond descriiition: 1 Itira tuns
plt)slrlnits. but ttjillwu t rul
tact, tho tli4ordetlgre‘y wur,e. 4,
to In the 1,1,01.1..1 3104,,, g ,
apililteratirr (Nortaligtrlttnl. r. r I 3
(rob flint •ntiy thing you,tuntb, it
ertlrittigttPutolgorit; ntul - tritql it'
it, as you adrl....e. In I.inall, tloNi.l.,i
Intntli, and used ultuust ,threi Inil
skin , goon begun :to curio lorlrri
while frlbutt - Yff skin k now il
k , rlius - tlint tlinLlOn-ttso This ~.., . ,,tq
Can well brAlavo tlsat 14x1 c.itut I
yoto;•tliat- / hiAd gun 11, 14, ono (It
anti remain ever sr.tterally.
I . have clued II ill' it, in rtty f•tm'tics, niu,t of tire elm.
?Writs for IVI, lel, 'f t. in ,er0111110,11.1 . 01.1 1111 , 1 Isalo• fnmd nn,
tfregts truly ivototei fin in the envm of g;
oriai DiVaSe: 43111. n my pal boats 111:1 Fyphilitic ulcers
n hie throat,,mbirli aero constuning,t,io g.ilste-atsi the
top of Ilk nuntql„ Your .t , tir,g4tritis, t•teutily taLea,
Jared hits ha the inattucktsi
'lndaryi syntrLouts!itt ids nose. and the 111,tutien had
Wen uuny a consi&trable vat of it, so that I beltere the
litkinlet 'trunk! . suon reach las 11Fain and hill I.fin. Hut at
yleftle.l to my tutrUintstiation 44 your iarsagrailla': the
Ulcers healed. unit tie is . ptil'ogein. rot of tont, ,
lott,o.lbitittrution to ilts r toe,.. A wultutt, ulto binddCen
ire:aril fur the saline lliEfild,r 11:14 sulfci ih;
frinit this poison in In.. bones. 'Whey !sot Locale so eel,
sifie to the 'ea-other that itn a dem), day she
zruciming lists in tier joints veld- 'tours. S 11«, no, tuts
:411'0 &Ill:rely by your :at...F:lolla in f e w ‘e,,,4,0.
krioiv (1,4:1 its 6.1.,,,urn, witivit pug' aunt gave me; that
:Ws: Pi eparati,,ii front your Isburaluiy a Icrllit
re m ed y.;trulyrClllBlhalole tesultal
with it have hut surpris,Al use.
Itlleumntism, Gout, 'Liver Complaint.
' Isferzo:sucivec, l'icston Co., Va.. tiL .hdy:
DR.-J. C. Aron: sir, 1 !lave been anlicted o it!: n'pin.
uatililsw tal . a laug time. battled the
and stork to me itt epite of all' tin
ietnedies 1 could find, until I hied your:Far:apt:ills.. One
Dottie cared mu in twelve:4:s., nod restoted my general
.1C:11LICSO 11111d1 that I an: far better thith beSae 1 wait
sitSeked. - I think it n 0011 d w•fut . J.
Jules Y. G;iteln•ii. of at. 1.01110. Writtli: "I haw, bona
ißlieted for yearn with an qpictim, of are Liver, which
le4troyed toy health. I tried every thingondovery thing
failed fo relieve MO • and I have been n 4t Ova-down Won
For saute plus Crum no Ullwr cause than deranxnant
ale /.(ce.r. My beloved pastor. the Item. 7:lr:T•ispy,:ohheßl
rEle to try your frarsi:tiarilia: because I, said he knew toil,
tad:1111y (hill' you tila:le was NT ol ll.llyivai. ily „the 1?11,!.
in.; of Cod It too: and La; so to:rifled my lined
ELS to 111:11(q tllOl, of foe. 1 f: el young.
hest that can be said ofyon is not hall Bead enuagb.“.
Seillrrus.,Colierrlritinors, Enlorg . ement,
Ancerntion, Cortiss•and Exfoliation of
the Bones. ~.
• A great satiety i 4 hare:MICH rm. - torte/I to its chore
eurea of these formillable.comhlaials hare mantled 'how
this use of tido reitold . y. hit E...pare bele will Oat advert
them. &Mr of theca nary he' found in (Air Allllll,lll
the agl'lltt, below named ate pleu-ed to
turtliali gratis to all %rho c:01 foe them, .1
bjrspepsfa. lacart 2)igease, Epl7-u
-syy Meiane'isoly, Neuralgia
Many reams Made urea of the,e. tillerth La.base tern
trade by the:literally° lawyer of this DIrliii:1110. It .01
lairs the that funciions into rigoions action, awl [MA
)Verroriiri dis.kr.lrts obin, would be ,liprio , et) hope:di:l
trick. Srieli a remedy has kng Leen required ti till, se.
ltessities of ilat ',rcpt.,. and we me roundest that thh 14:3
lo for them all that. Medicine cnn do.
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