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to u dereport, Wednesday Eir — etan' g, Apr. 9, 11362.
Local 'and deileral.
fting has not yet Commenced in
this county, the streams are too low. ,
serA fresh fail of snow night before
latt end cold weather since.
se-Thanks to Hon. DAVID WILMO'i
for Cougresslonal Globe and Appendii,
35th Congress, 2d Session. -
.Strawberries are selling in Nei
Turk City for 75 cents per basket. 12
and 15 In a basket.
grillark I "ye lords of creation," the
moral taught in the " Ron:mace of an Old
c& The Continental Monthly for April
is st band, and a capital number it is.
The articles are all productions from the
2blest pens, and of the most original chat
igir Some Lumber has been rafted
down the Susquehanna this Spring—but
the amount must be much less than usual,
as but lade was prepared for market dur
ing the excellent sleighing of last winter.
_star cl Chroniele.
SW — See adveitisetnent of the N. Y.
Evening Post in another column. The
Pust is a paper deserving the patronage of
all free-thinking .nten. Its course in past
years has won ~for it an etiviaole position.
The poet, WM.CULLEN 1311YANT, is its
i@-We have received from Mr.JAcos
PEST, specitueos of his Maple Sugai and
Molasses. They are both of superior qual
ity and can not see the necessity for
our people buying so much foreign Sugar
and Molasses *hen that at home can be
made. so palatable. •
MINIMUM REGISTER THEI6IO3IETER
for March : 10th, highest, 3G° i Sth.
lowest, 8° f, 9th and 27th, average, 24° ;
rainy days,3d, 10th, I.9th, 2ltttiind 30th.
About-8 incliekof snow; of which 5 in
ches fell in the i night of the :?:Uth and 2
inches in the night of the 2.lst. K.N.I.
Vil-We hare this iced; opened our
,Column, in which we will
endeavor to give hints concerning success
ful , In order that we may suc
ceed, we solicit from our Farmers such
articles, original or selected, as they think
will be of benefit to their' class. There is
no . reason why Potter should not, in some
of her productions, rival her sister coun
ties. We will give all a cordiat reception
who think our object a good one.
THE TRIAL OF BaOOKS AND HAZARD.
—The trial of Charles Brooks and Joseph
Hazard, for the murder of,Natlianiel See
ly, at Wellsville, in October last, was
concluded at Angelica on Thursday of
last week, and resulted in their convic
tion for wansiaughter. They were sen
tenced to State Prison, the.forofer for ,
eight and the latter for seveb years.H
Each of the prisoners leaves a. wife and
TUE DEMOCRATIC CA LTICUS —lt is sta
ted that at the, caucus of Democrats held
in Washington City, it was resolved to
discountenance and opoese the, recent
message of the President upon the sub
ject. ot emancipation. The position taken
was h , that the war should be prosecuted
vigorously until every State was brought
back to its allegiance, and that in no event,
should the local laws and . institutions of
any of the States be interfered with.
THE American Question is still a prom
inent theme in the English Parliament
and the Frenth Assembly. Sweeping
resolutions nn- maritime policy have been
debated in both Assemblies, and combat.
ed chiefly on the ground that the interests
of those countries might lie injuriously
effected in some future war, by the prin
ciples sought to be established. The con
servative men of both nations are too wary
to be entrapped in any course which,
although promising advantages when nei
ther county is at war. ,would be very in
convenient restrictions when they become
combatants, It is to 'L this cause more
than anything else, that we are indebted
for the j non-interferencet, as yf,eof France
and England with onr, blockade of the
, outuena.- -
4 -r 4iirreiipind t etk:nr the -Sticle-Titrit .
the ges_rrnmer4 'organ of Fanee writes
'"Oer College cf phileeophers' at home,
may, and *Wily do accomplish _ a great
deal for, the cause
_Of science, but the
Americans:are the people to' turn these
discoveries , to practical - account. Many
lof the modern inventions in use here are
American; and one American' chemist,
Dr. J. C. Ayer of Lowell, supplies much
of the medicine
try. His Cherry Pectoral, Pills - , Sarsa
partllaa.and Ague Cure constitute the sta
ple • remedies here, because, they are of
easy application, sure in their,results, and
have the ecitifiden.tie of thepeople. While
the science of Medicine' is carried to a '
higher perfection in 'our own country
(France) than any other, it - strikes a
Fretichman 'as* a little singular that an
American Physician should ifnrnish the
medical skill and remedies for our Princi
pal Province. . • ,
We are happy to inforth oif readers
that these superior medicines which the
Emperor's principal Province'' is obliged
to get from Amerma may be had by our
neighbors, at Messrs. Jones'.
ta.The following was handed us some
weeks since for publication, but was, fovb ob
vious reasons, referred. We now publish it
by "special request :"
ON THE DEATH OF HOMER LEOtCARD.
Is little Homer gone, can it be true,
That he has bid this world kidieu,
Left his parents now so soon - •
And tonlyhis dwelling in the toom
0 yes he is gone he gone to . yeast
And in his. Savior's arms bet:est
He has gone to realms above the sci
more to grone no more to di.
His month of afflichin is !mit
His days and'night of distreSs
We se him in ilmzuish no more
He has ,gained 'a happy releas.
$25 Elli P ILO VII EN'h $75
We will pty from $2.5 to $74 per moth;
aril nil. expenses, to active Agents, or give a
commission. Particulars sent free. •d,iress
ELLIE SY.IVING 3f ACHIM: COIIPANY, R. JAMES,
General Agent, Milan, Ohio, ' ao2lly
The ConfeL-- . .sions and
LAIX . iI'ERIENCE of an Invalid: Published
for the benefit and as a warming and . a
caution to young men who suffer from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay. ke.jsappiying at
the seine time the means of self-Care. By one
who has cured himself after being put to great
expense through medical imposition andquatk
ory. By enclosing a post-paid addressed en
velope. ..frfnie eopics may be had of the author.
.NATBANIEL MAYFAIR. Esq., Bedford,Kings
county. New York.—Marl9spnly::
CLOVER SEED, a prime lot at
P. A. STEBBPLS 4 - CO'S
gni:11011E1Y. SEED of the best quality
; at P.A.STEBBINS & CO'S
The ananal Election Of the Officers of the
Potter County Railroad Company', will: be held
at Germania. Monday, the- Oth of April,
l 562, at 2P_ N. CHAS. BUSH 0, RE, Pres't.
CANASE _GAGA MILLS
SUPERFINE FLOUR for $1.35 Per sack. or
$5.25 per Barrel.
of every description as cheap as can he afford
ed. at the POST OFFICE STORE.
Feb. 19, 19132
rirtHE Atlantic ..Vonthty for Fetruary is re
ceiviil and for sale at the Post Office.
44 Lso, Harrce, Peterson and the new Amer
ican Patriotic Monthly—The Continental.
I.i UBSCIIIPTIONS forwarded for, any of the
standard publications.,and books proeur-.
ed front 13nS•ton, Philadelphia or New York,
on sh l ort notice. Give us a call at the
[II:9IVN SCGAR for 10 cents per pound
-nd County orders taken S 5 cent?on
dollarnt the Post Office Store.
grim LEST OF FLOUR kept i:onstantly on
Land at the Post Office Store.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
! A. 'SANDBERG St . BRO'S
1 Tannersa nd Ciaitlers,
AN: F. also established a i
Boot and Shoe
Mannfactory. opposite D. F. Gldsmire's Hotel,
in the room formerly occupied by J. B. Smith.
They offer their Boots and Shoes at .
LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME QUALITY HAVE
EVER BEEN SOLD IN POTTER COUNTY.
And they will ha;:e nothing but the best work
men and the best stock that the country will
produce, and money and labor can procure. •
THEY FEEL CONFIDENT THAT,THEIR
WORK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION.
Hides, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts I
taken at the Highest Alarq' t Price.
GIVE US A TIZIAL.
Coudersport, Pa., 3lacch I 9
P. 'A. STEBBINSi& Co.
Hare just received a •
NEW LOT OF!
Which_ they are!
'OEI,I4NG- VERY LOW FOR
March 12, 1862. • i
R. - JAYNE'S FAMILY MEDICIYES for
auk at STEBIMICS:
TAKE pleasure in informing my friends
and customers ;that I am just receiving
a fine, fresh assorttpent of Goods and that all
those who are in want of any had better give
me an early call.
DRY GOODS, •
BOOTS And SHOES,
And everything usually
kept in a Country Store.
I have just returned from New
York with one of the best and
largest stocks of Goods that was
ever -brought into this county: I
propiise to sell these GOODS
FIFTY per ct. lower than can
be bongnt in this vicinity, Wells
ville or Olean not excepted. My
Goods' have been bought for
CASH from a large number of
houses that nad failed in the city,
at from 50 to 75 cts. on the dollar
of the original cost. Therefore I
am prepared to give all great bar-'
gains that choose to give me a call:
LOOK AT SOME OF THE PRICES
Very nice Sheetings from, Sto
11 cts., sold by most merchants
at the present time for 14 to 18.
Good cotton bats for S cts roll.
Good Prints for 6 to 11,• worth
9 to 14. Fine Delairres from 11
to 20 cts-, worth 15 to 25 and 30.
Good Tweeds from 25 to 38 cts.,
worth 44 and 63. Good Black
Silk from 50 cts. to $l.OO, worth
75 cts. to Si 50.
Good Suits of Black Clothes : Coat, Vest,
Parts, Calf Boots, Hdkhfs., Cravat, he., for
$lO, worth $l.B.
Groceries,l have a good sweet
pleasant Tea for 50 cts. per lb.,
and upwards. and Sugar for
cts., white coffee sugar 11. Sal
eratus for 6 cts. Coffee IS. Soap
S cts. bar. Molasses for 45 cts.
Der "gal. Best Kerosene oil, 44
cts. gallon `Flour at "Wellsville
prices " In'the line of Boots and
Shoes we have a Ladies Enamel
ed Morocco Boot for 50 cts sold
by most dealers for SI to 51.25
Heavy4ipLadies Walking Boot
175 cts. ine Congress Gaiters
and others from 50 cts. to SI 'OO,
worth 6 to 12 shillings. Fine
Calf Boots for 2 50; Fine Stogey
boots for 16 shilling. Fineßroche
Shawls for 20 shillings and upf.
wards. Ladies Stella Shawls
from Bto 22 shillings. Woolen!
shaw',s for 12 shilling and upward.
R.ed Flannel from 2 shillings per
yard.. Fine Ginihams for ten
cents. Cambrics for 9 cts
Men's Heavy Working Ribbed
Jacket Coats for S .shillings.
And now I. intend to keep my
stock full.,to supply those who may
choose to buy at
WHOLESALE or RETAIL,
And all Families of Volunteers
will receive Goods at the first
cost in New York, regardless of
transportation, and I still hOld
my oiler good to pay anyone thatf
calls upon me and not finding
Goods at the prices given to pay ,
them for their time and , expenses
1 C. I...SIMMONS,
OCATED on Iltsitt St., opposite .tile Court' L linnse, Condeisport, Pa. ''. • 1 .
Clocks, Watche s, &c., I t .
Repairea on short' , notice and. 'warranted to,
give satisfaction.. 1 .
• A good assortment of
CLOCKS; . 1
WATCHES; and l `
' 1 • JEWELRY'
on hand. Cheap for CASH ataiwarranted as
represented. As an• eveti 'exchange is AO trob - - ;
bury I:will give yon time for Money-. 1 I
Coudersport, Dec. 16, 11361
3YE a. i n . .a b ofr e Thir d I
:Hi W. ALIA.NN, Pa.opmErn. 1
13 . SAPS, 6.
• oci., . LOBEi
. DOCKET -; ' .: • ~ !
. . LEDQ-ERS-;
. RECE47-B0 :
MIORINDMIS, - i j
- , 1
• • ' PORTFOLIOS. '- % j
Greek, Latin, : French and German
Books.: ..1 . • 1
All School Baaks used in. the' County
7:.gt an hand, a l immediately procured
when de.iied. ;
Magazines or an Periodicalssupplied when
desired.. "I : ..
.• • '
' A good assortment of Paper, Envlopes,
Pens and Inks. its°, of Wall-Papers, Draw
ing Materials, Wa i er Colors', ‘te.. 1 •
BIBLES, w ESTAMENTS ,'
PRATER & 111 lIK BOOKS, of various kinds.
' MUSIC-1304S • AND SHEET-MUSIC. i
Slates, Rulers, ,Back-G'ammon.Boaids Chess
Men. &c., etc. PPODUCE of all kinds Itakan
in exchange for Books, &c. 
EN . 814,D,
I , DRY GOOD', !
hate as to secure the Iserci
0. BARER, echo is masking
ots and shoes in his
ble sqle; with
Has been so f3rtu,
ees of THOMAS)
and mending B '
ed to scll only fc. -
RE-," ? ' Pay,
I have conclud
shes, Hides, Pelts, and some
OLMSTED icr KELLY'S
'TORE can alarays be foend the best of
Cooking; Boi and arlor • •
• Sr 1 1 •
TIN and'SHETIIRON WABE," i 3 OTS,
KETTLES. SI'LDERS, SCOTCH' BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, 'SAP-PANS,' and CAULD
HONS.: Also; '
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIV.Ah
TOILS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG-POWERS, &e. j
is well made and the material getod. 'Good and
subs.tantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up any
part of the County—Terms easy. Ready Pay
of all kinds ' inciing Cash,' seldom refused.
Store on Main Street bpposite the 014'Court
House,' CouderspOrt. ! AUg. 1, 1853H50
( Mk . Ritt11 , 15,5
WISE ,undersigned voield respectfully inform
I_ the surrounding ctlmmunity that he has
taken the rooms' formerly occupied by Ahn
S. Mann, where is pi,epared to do '
All kinds Harness Work
on the shortest, notice.
'LONG STRAW COIL
also kept constantly mill:land. These 01lars
area superior article, a.nd need but a trial to
insure their success. !
Repaering_don4 in good styki
Surcinsdes, Martingale-rings Humes, and
Elaine straps, Sc., kept Iconstat.;ly on band.
The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elseitere. • .
. •! S.' P. MLNAR.
Coc:dersport Oct. 16th. 1864,
UPF to exchange for Horses. Wagons, IStock,
- Geod Notes or JudgMents, . taluable
Farm situate in Harrison township' Potter Co:
Pa., lvine on the; old State road, leading from
Spring Mills to Harrison Valley and Westfield
Pa... Containing about.oo Acres, about SO
Acres improved and good state ofl culti
vation.. on , which is arected',a large;Frame
House,. good Barns, Corn House and other
Inecessary out-buildings, a good' ApPle Or:
chard containing some ;twenty different kinds
of Grafted Fruit. Shadelrees,lc.l Thal abdre
Farm lies about 1 naiielsom Harrison ralley,
7 miles from Westfield and' Smiles from Spring
Mills, and is a good Stock and Grain IFarm,
and rill be sold so thetiany one that can make
a payment of 3 or 4 hiindred dollars Idown,
can make tie farm pallf9ritself with
. his la
bor. Price, $2,500:j for particulars iinquile
of Peter Simmons now' accapying said fart;
or C, H. Simmons, Oswayo Pillage, Pd.
c. H. SIMMONSi
Jan. 15„1.862: 1
LANKS of alykindi for sale at this Office
IP Deed; Warrants, Baechtionsi Surbmons,
Subpoenas, Constable ISales; Township and
School Order,; NotesO J
f allkinds-4ept, on
hand and printed to orer. JOB .WORK. at«
tended to promptly, and at prices to sfait
timcs s a trial I • :
said., 4. gain j and : Got the
MONEV t :`
Their Stew stock o
purchased at the
. r . ,4*EST CASK
.. . H RAtrg . s .. ..
A- jLO VVIA FIGURE
. . . i
than iuch.goods can be had at any other
• House in town.;
' Their stock of I 'l l
. * DoMEtICS
a 'eery CoMplete', and as they hold them ex
' . I . elusively for
1 I i i
They, cannot be undtrsold.
'rers9ni desiring s'good article at low piice
will do, well to give them a call
tsgt.,Tileir old customers art especially_ in
cited to 'Cell and examine theif Stank, and tee
, 1 !
•I. _ -
00'P9131'11; D. r GLAs,smilars
HOTEL. , '
ztictived aa4 61mila
Grdit AND BEST STOOK
'been brought to this tiarket the pre
somprises tne very
and'tlier offer them at
And tar, ens sipestr cow et tbs•reehiirlalinci
Scrotata and Sertifoloil Attheltouso dell
.as Tuazoirs_ t sores; Erelptlonsi
Ptinides, ensto/esi Blotches, flow
-. lodic; 6th inne,
4. C. Ain: & Oa. Gents: I- Oa Wrath, - to ne;
knowledgealoft your Sirsaparilla has donie,for-ine:
Having inherited a &ranking infection; I hate - Safrag.l
filen it - in variowitrayst. fur , yell%• igunalgies burst
out `in Mears on my hands and itriiit ainfir It
mulled ingrart - and distressed me althe,thiptault.
;earn agg It bone out en nay head and 'C'OTired my maid
and ears with out sore. whirls was painful atelfaithloper
teyoninleicTitititin. Itrted-many medicines - arid isrerat
fitysidasia, but without mach relief from any Wit*:
.net, the dlionrer grew gorse. At - length I eel rep.iool
to read In the tiokpej- Messenger that you hadvemergd
an alterative (Sanuilialille),li.r I knew from your repritii.;
Lion that anything you mate -mutt he good- / way'' , 2
einebiriati and got it; and used it till It cured are. I viol:
ices •yougulyise, : itt anal rdormsof a teropowgrul com
month, and almost three bottles. New stid Lmithe
skin soon- begari tcri form ginda the beak whirl after a
while foil off. 3ly elriii Is noW titer, and, I know. by my
feelings that the disease tuts gall from ' y system.; • 1
sun sell belies* that I feel whist T- am saying - when Ita
j'att, thakl. hold you to booturgf he apostles of the age;
end remain ever gratefully. • 'fours.
AtTRED . R. TALLEY:
Si i Aitiittarara Fire. Rose St. ErYstipeloai
otter Lind tale Itheiaati. Se aid Bead;
Ringworm', Sore Ryes, bi a tafray.:. .
Dr„ Robert M. Prebie icrites from 'Sidem. N. Y.. 12tH
Sept!, 1559, that he has Cored ins 'Torahate 'case Of
Dropsy, which-threatened to feria:lwo &Italy, by the
persevering use of oor Sereaperille. bad obta isiterigerons
Mak:pont Erysipelas by lerge trees of the aline; says
he Cores the common Eruptions by it
Brancbocele, Goitre or Swelled Sleek.
Zebulon Sloan of Pravect, Texas, writes: "Three Vat.
ties of your Saisaparilla cured me from , a Geirre=-A hid
eous swelling one, the neck, which I had suffered tttli
over two years." t . _..- .
'Lea c °relicts' er White*, (lei* liiitl' limo*
• Fterlate tfleerktfmt; Female Diseases: .
Dr. 3,8. S. thanning.ot New York City, writes f," I
'most :Lee rfally Compfy with the requad of your agent - in
nying I have found your .. Sarsaparilla &most excelleut
alterative in the numerous ctanplaints for whirl, ire
employ etch a remedy, big verpecflally in Fixsore Pftensig
of the Strofulotis diatlesia. .1 have Cured many inveter
ate ewes of Leneurrbosa by it, caution!" }There. the ent,n%
plaint was caused by tdceratirm of the utc us. The ulcer
Mien itself wasp:on cured. Nothing wi hin nay 16100
age equals it for these female derangeMe'rge .
Edward S. ;Harrow . of Newbury,. Ale., writes, "A diiii.
remits ovarian tumor em one of the females in my fautiktl
which had defied all the remedies els could employ.liat
it itmuth been compltelv cured by your Extract of Sires raparills.. flur_physichai lbottalt_noUttughtit 'eitltylie;
tion could alTtrrti relief, but be advised the trial of jour
Sarsaparilla as the lag resegt Lehr° cutting. (aid 1
proved effectual. After taking pint' remedy eight week*
no symptom of the disentie renuarts."
Syphilis and Meretmlal ibaseaia•
„. ... • . „ _
NEW ORLEANS, MI Alignst, lSii9,.
Da. J. C. Aria : Sir, I cheerfully comi.dy yrith the 're;
lnest Of your agent; tud report to you nine of the edecti ,
I have realized with your Sarsaparilla.
II bare cured with it, in my practice, meat of the com
plaints for which it Is recommended, and hare naiad its
, Meets truly wonderful in the cure of renutot end Ater=
I mrfal Disease. One of my patients had Syphilitic ttleemi
I XI his throat . , which were .consuruing Ids palate and ihti
top of his month. Your Sarsaparilla, Mewing Vigeni
mred him in Ave weeks. Another was attacked bytesindary symptoms iu his nose. bed tf.e fhieratidtt tad
=ten away a considerable part of it, ko that I believe the
disorder 'would stsm retudi Ms Latin and kill hint, titik it
yielded to my ruicolnistrAion of your Sareaparilla; *dui
ulcers bottled. and he is Well agaiin not of couree'vrittelit
some disfiguration to his fare.. sA woman miAo had brzen
treated for the saute ilismsder ty metility was sullfeifng
from this poison' n her bones. They hal become watt
shire to the weather that on a damp day she sufferedVt:
cruciating, pain In her joints and bones.l Stc, too, W•sti
cured entirely its , -your t:irsapatilla lb a'few week's. I
know from its formula, which your agent: gave me, tat
this Preparation from Your laboratory must lie a eritt
remedy; consequently, these, truly retuarluble icatt'lti
aitli it have not Serpritled me. . .
• Fraternally yoilis, G. V. LARIMEIt, M. 1ik., , ,
t Rhettnintletir, Gout, -Llrer 'COrtaphilliti.
[ . lanePrsbme, Preston Co., Va.. fitli".lifty,l42.
Da. J. C. Alit: Sir, I bare been afflicted .with a pd t;
la chrnfild IfhAnzman'sni for a long tittle, Which hinted fhe
:kill of physicians, and stuck to me in
_spite of all tfkli
-auerei I could fiud,Mitil I tried your Sam...Orilla. 'Mt
cattle cored rue in two weekry'and restored, my, general
health so much that -I am far_ bettei thah efore I w - Ls
sttacked. I think Ito wonilerfulinedititui. J. Fla.:Alt
Jules Y. Geteliell, of St. i.onis, 'writes: "I bat'. bi....-n
Afflicted for years with an otreeidn Of fie Lire ;tarlditt
iestroyed my health. I tried every think:and eve .1. tying
asiled to relieve - me; r:ndl bate been a brOkewdown mit
for seine -ears from no other cause than dcrimprausttly
the Limp_' My beloved pastor. the Rev: Mr. Espy, Atdella•
smitto triyOur S.arsaparilla, because be - snid lie knew yenj
And any thine you made ofils worth toying. Illy the'Lliel•
mg of Goa it Lee cured me, and has so purified my LlCintj
ss to made it neir matt of one. I feel young imam This
hest that'can be said of you is not half good enough.” .
Schirrus.Cancer Tumors, Enlargezninki
Ulceration, Caries and _Exfoliation 'di
the hones. ..,
A great variety of Case.‘ !larebeert reporttid na whelt
-urns of grea t
formidable .. complaint,, have resulted frodi
die use of this remedy. Lnt bar Aisne here nill nirtarfhrt
them. Souse of them may be found in our Anterietyti
'Almanac. which The .teens below untied are Plekeid th
dirnish gratis to all_ who call for them.
Dyspepsia Henri. Disease, Fits, EpfiroVori
ST, Melancholy, Neuralgia.
Many rculatiadde cures or these affections 'have Yle - in
nade by the alterative power °IAN medicine. trtitrnilt• -
area the vital - functions into vigorous action, and fats
reerrounes disorders which' ould be sulipot , eyoint ifs
'reach. Socha remedy . has Inn; been Iy. the - 1.•-
•eteities of the people, a nd we are iohfidentlbat I.llllWil
lo for them nil dist medicine can do.
Ayer's Cherry PectoNl,
THE RAPM &B E 152
Coughs, Colds, Influent - if,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Otpro,
suenptibn, arid tar neirer
or consumptive Patlrian
in advanced 'Singes '
of the Disease.
This le a 'rawly 80 uniscrealry known to any
ether for the cure' f throat and lung . complaints. tlat l
is uselews heti to Puhlish the eildence of 'll2 fri;:k Its
unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and truly
wonderful cures of pilaconary disemie, have ....eagle it
known throughout the civilized natkors of the earth.
Few are the 'communities. or even them
who haVe,llq some personal experience of its edicts--
some living froldry in their toldi4 Of Its victory v s ?ur the
subtle and dangerous disorders, of the throat, and lungs.
As an know the dreadful dcfalitt"of these diiiiiVre and
es they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we,need not
to More then fa isenre thein Malt bee now all che bir
:nes that it slid.have when making the awes whit,' have
iron es strongly itpuit the confidence of inankliit
Rrepared by Br. IC. AYER & CO, Lowell, fts.sr:
Sold by C. S.•& E. A. Jones, Ctiudeitilort;
Mann & Nichols, Miliport ;: , ;N. J. slilis. Coles.
burg; Colwell & I;yman, Eimlet ; A. Colby
Son, 'Ulysses . ; A- B. Horton; Cusbir.grilie;
and by Dealers generally!
WESTERN POT - 11
Nos. 9. 11, 15 4 15, 17. COMITIANDT
-Near Broadway, New York Cif)...
This old-established and favorite rese'll of
the Business community has been recently re.;
fitted, and is complete in everthing thiit can
minister to the comfort of its patrons. 'l;ndiei
and Families are Venially and carefelly
,It is centrally locited in the - batina's part
of the city, and is contiguous to the principal.
lints of steamboats, cars, oinnihnses, fe'rries.
Its cbtseqiwtice of the piesstre 'Wised. by
the Rebellion, prices have been reduced to
ONE DOLHA AfiD FIFTY CENTS DAY.
The table is amply supnfied with all tha
luxurfig of the season, and is equal tO that of
any other hotel in the country.'
Ample accommodation; are offered for up
wail Of 406 guests.
DO not believe runners; harkalti3;idd others
who may say "the Western Void is full."
D. D. WINTHESTER,
Thos. D. Winchester. , • fvl9
A NEW AND. DEADITFA trivoN
Mistakes of Edneatea Men.
BY .TORN S. HART, lA,. D.,
12m0., muslin ' price 50 cents ;, paper rtts--,
era, 25 cents. 'Copies of ilia book will be
sent by mail on receipt of the price, in .post.-._
age Stamps. Please address
4. C. GARUIGIIES Pubitsbee:: .
114 E South Fourth , Street,