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T o POTTER COUINTYPOURNAL
circulates only paperi üblished in Potter count)",
among anntelligent cluss of peo
cic, is thus an excellent m
byandn Country Advertising. edium for both
Transient Advertisements and those: from a
iistanceninstbe Cash or have responsible re
ference. - '-• _
All co mmut4cations, to receive - attention,
wet be directed to the Editor, end contain
the name of the writer. No attention paid to
T Eggs.—Orre copyione year, $1; Six copies
ss.;Twelve copies, $10.; Twenty copies, $lB.
„ c its one tc the person'raising the Club. The
co 'ficy must accompany the names.
conderiPort , elillesdaY Evelaitig, MaYI2,P62.
Local nd Gener4l.
It e..,\Ve hive received a simple of Maple
sugar from CRAYTON LEWIS of Illyeses,, which
ve pronounce equal in color and taste to the
. 1 .
best "coffee augur."'
jar New HAY SCALES.=P. Stebbins
C o ., hare just completed the erection of anew
pair of Hay Scale's at the corner of tlAir store;
and baring a fine, new and wide side-walk
Are now prepared to attend to that banch of
tirC. H. Simmons requests us to state theit
he hasyjust returned from New York. where
he made extensive purchases for the ()swayo
rgulatqr, and will now sell Goods cheaper
00-4'e make the following quotation froth
eprivitte'letter 'ticeiN'ed from Lieut. llooerts
chidf ohjatin writing you this 'morning
is that you may give notice in the JOrnal of
the death of Private GFiORGE W HAtelh of our
t:eumany. ''rle•tiicil, March rnthunonin.
In. Fairfax .Hospital, near Alexandria ;: his aue
I think .to have been about 21. He wacs am ng
our best mcn, always at his post., and
doing his duty. lie AN:AS highly estectued by
both officers and men.," ,
ge r 7A GOOD NILEVEMENT.—TiIe
.S7a7l:oard 11. movement has been started
raiie a fund of $9OO to secure a hOmestead
for the widow and family of Rev. pilaw].) N.
Benton, Chaplain of the 51.st ^ 'New York Vol
unteers, who Was killed at Newbern. : Those
disposed to aid in tliis , worthy work non remit
.to either of.the folloiriiirgentlemen at Owego,
lcho have consented to act as a committee to
obtaiu subscriptions : F. L. Jones, O. A. Win
throp, D. M. Pitcher, J. T. Thurston, P. C.
ga-Fredrika Bremer, the popular Swedish
authoress,hae;written,an address to her Amer
ican-friends congratulating them onfthe issu
iqg of President Lincoln's Message in favor
.of emancipation' She praises the president
very highly, and thinks that the natiun is now
about to be redeemed I j rom the filleat evil of
Slavery which has so l i ong Aliklded !Its coon
sets and retarded its prosperity.
Mir The :President teccntly transmitted
the Senate a Slessage, in responSe to a reso
lution, to the; effect tat Gen. Stone was ar
rested ht his instance and by his .order, and
that he should have as speedy a trial as was
consistent with the public interest ; but that
the exigencies' of the service were such that
:neither officers toforin : nor witnessnsto attend,
a Court martial could at presem ibe,spared
from the field.
re c .,BF,ACTIFY YOUR HOLIES ; —TIib a pleas
ant sight 'to see the surroundings or dwellings
beautified with trees, shrubbery, paist.l or
*bite washed fences, etc.; and s lve are pleased
to note that some of our citizens are improv
ing anal 'beautifying their homes with these
additions, God has provided us . With shel
ters from the heat and cold, and it-conduces
to-both oar health and pleasure to make them
at attractive as possible. •
a•• WHAT Eris !—A lady, writing a senses
tion story, 'thus hugely describes the eyes of
her heroine: - • I
There was no fliekering l light, like the
twinkling of a star, in her large black eyes—'
tor l air oilr! Bat they danced alid da 1
beneath their raven lashes. and rolled luxuri-,
sully, blazing with a steady ligb ltke. two.!
Surely, such a remarkable girl roust have a
history. “Two great plants!". That'll do.
-•••-•0110 «P-0 I
Permute OF SALv.inott,—lC Lornr.o Mon
tntar last: week .resented his credentials as
Minister of the Republic of Salvador. He said
his Government lead ordered him to say that ,
it earnestly desires the peace, proSperty and
glory of the United States, oven which the
?resident presides; adding that the people of
Salvador are progressive, and eminently A
nerican, and that they offer up their vows to
Heaven that the people of the Ulitted States
inaysontiano prosperous. TheF i resident re
plied in appropriate terms. "-
tThis season is pronounced by persons
of a fervid imagination and a poetic fancy to
be the Season of beauty,of splendid and gaudy,
imagery, of gorgeous and sublime scenery;
the season which inspires the heart with all
the tender emotions and love-sick sentimen
talities which were ever- conceived by bard or
artist,When- the. truth is, it is nothing else
than the ragged 'and filthy end of winter. or
the muddy,dirty vestibule of summer. Strange
that the immortal heroes of sona,!and the ar
tist. who gives the delicate and lifelike touches
to the insensate canvas, shoulL 'nim to cele
brate and immortalise the beauties of this
season.whealthe fact is the act only makes us
dciubt their judgment. "Spring" iiszenerally
supposed to consist of • the months of March,
April, and May, and if there is anything_ en
livening or inspiring its mud and rain every
other day,:then we are of opinion !that the one
thousand and one writers who hOve entirely
exhausted their stock-of sentimental phrases
and beautifying adjectives in their description
of "Spring," are about right.
Carrer,teCevery Wednesday toy. P. A. §TEB
BINS Zr , CO., S' Wholesale. ail&
pealers„in= Groceries - Rail
opposite G. F. Glassmiree Eot I;
-' Couclersport,,Pa.- • .
Apples, green; 3il bu5h.,,.. , - ‘-st62i 'to .1, QO.
- do dried,
Beeswits, `ll 1b.., ,i- •-• . , . , 20 i 2-
Beef, . " i - ~. • . ; 4 -i i 5
Berries, dried, V..quart - 6 . i 1271
Buckwheat, - 11 basir., . . 37k.;44
Butter, 'il lb., •, . ' 12 ;15
Cheese, * '•, .).ia 7 10
Corn, ll bush., 1! 75 'lBB..
Cam Meal, per ewt., - _ • 1 50- 1;75
Eggs,_ ql . doz ~ i , • 'l2
Flour; extra;:. `i-1; bbl.:,* • .'6 50„;1 , 00
-do superfine I', . .5 50 6.: 00
Hams, IR•lb,, .., . •. -. ,- , i ,9.• ;12,1
Hay, V ton, ; I 700 8,00
Honey, per llit,, I I 10 - 121 .
Lard,. • " • I , -. 10 :12
Maple Sugar; per lb., , 8 ;10
Oats, V bush., .1, t2B ':3O
Onions, ." , • • - 50 1:75
Pork, `-t1 bbl., 1.6 06 10 00
d 0.1.1 lb., - •
do in whole hog;; 7 1b.,• . 6 71
Petatoeq per 'b0,..1 25374
Peaches, dried, 1:1 lb., . 125
Rye, per bush., 63 `L 75
Salt, bbl.,! 275 a5O
d 0• t 1 sack; - -. • 115
Trout, per A bbl.,. - 450 6, 00
Wheat. 7 fi bush.,oo 12,1
White Fish, -bbl., • 4-50 5: 00
$25 PLOYM ENT! $75
We will pay from $25 to $75 _:Per rari • -ah,
and all expenses, to active - Agoras, or give a
commission. , ParticularS sent frOe: Adt,ITSS
ERIE SFIVING NUMBER COMPANY, R JAMES :
General Agent. Milan.' Ohio, • nu2tly
The Confesions and
XPE , :fiTEE of an Licalid Published
I for the hem fit and as a warning and .n
caution to yonnu . men who suffer from Neryous
Debility, Premature pecay. Re . suppiying et
the same time the means of self cure. BY one
who has cured himself:after be ti; put to relt
expen , e through medic:il imposition andqn:,ck
ory By enclosing a post-paid addressed en
velope. sitiffir mpie....mriv he had of the author.
MAYFAIR. Esq.. Bedford,Kings
I county. New.York24--Marl9spuly •
C-i 4 TARDEN SEEPS
STEBBLNS & CO.
NOTICE EVE 4BODY
HOUSE, SIGN AND; WAGON PAINTER, PAPER
HANGER AND GLAZIER. .
VHF. undersigned wishes to inform 111(4 pub-,
lie of eouderSport and vicinity that he
will attend tit all Work entrusted to him.
'Particular attention paid to Paper-Ilanginz.
Shop with John Recklit.,w, east side Of the
Court .11ouse. • F L
Coudersport, April 30 Gin
.i AGA MILLS •
SUPERFINE FLOUR for '31..35 per &lei. or
$525 per Barrel.
of everydescription' as cheap as can he afford
ed, at the ' POST OFFICE STORE..
Feb. 19, 1/362 •
lIE Altriptic ALipthly for February. is re•
ceived and for'sale at the Post Offiee.
Ak LSO. //a, i rpfr, Peterson and the nett-Amer
ican Patriotic gonthly—The Conthiental.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
SAADBF.,RG & BRO'S
Tanners and Curriersc .
H AVE also established
: Boot and Shoe
Manufactory; oppo'zie D. E Glas.smire's Botel,
in the room formerly occupied by J B. ;with.
,They offer their Boots and Shoes at a:
LOWER RATE THAN'THE SAFE QUALITY HAVE
EVER BEEN SOLO 'IN POTTER 'COUNTY.
And they will have nothing but the best Svork
men and the best stock that the country will
produce, and money', and labor can procure.
THEY FEEL CONFIDENT THAT THEIR
WORK, WILL (..HVE-SATISFACTICO.
Hides, Calf Skins, t-heep Pelts
taken at the Highest Marset Price
GIVE US A TRIAL!
cuuders,,,,ft. Pa J, Marc! lit
P. A. STEBBI
Have just re
NE %V LO
SELLING VEItY LOW FOR
A DVERTISE in the 40111r
-1.11. na 1, Only paper in the tanuaty.
D ROWN SUGAR 'for 10 cents per;p:Onnli
LP and County orders taken :it 85 cents on
the dollar at the Post Office Store.
Jan. 8. 3
QUACRU'TIONB forwarded for any; of the
k 3 standard publications, and books OrOcur
ed from' Boston, Philadelphia pr New York,
oil short notice. give its a call at the .
- POST OFFICE..
MIR , : BEST OF FLOUR kept coustitutly on
hand at the ;: Post:Offmo Store.
1 00 '1;50
for Sale by
Which they are
Bellow th e \
TAFE rilmisure in infor,mi,'
1. and ,enQtatners that I an I
% fine. fresh assortment of Coo'
those who are in want at' an
me an early cell.
' I keep„ •
DRY • GOODS,
BOOTS and SBOES,
And e r;
kt;pt in a o;,untry Storei
' I have just retur les
Vol* . with one of the
largest stOcks of coo,
ever brought into this
propose to. sell besf
EIF FY per et ow.
b e !icily:gat in this vieit
ville or Olean noexc
Gods liaxe b ten 1
C/ m 1 fro m a I urge
houSes that cad failed
at from 50 to I"! ets u
of the uprig,inal c .ust
am prepared to give
s that chaos ! to gi
LOOK AT SO.XIF, OF T
Very nice. Sheeting
-11 cts , sold by wos
at tne pre-ent time
Good -cotton bats fo
Good hints for 6 t
9 to 14. Fine Dela . ,
to 20 ets,, worth 15 ti
(loud . I.'we& from 2
worth 44-i 63. C
;ilk-froiii 50 cts. to
75 ets to SI 50.
Good, Suits of nick Clothe:
Pots, Calf ißoots,.ildidifs._, I
$lO. worth $1:,
Groceries,l. have a
'pleasant'l'ea for 50
and 'upwards Good
cts., : white col The suga
eratus for 6 cts. Coll(
8 cts., bar - Molasses
. Best Ken)!
ets 'gallon Flour at
prices " lii the line
Shoes we 'b r ave a Lad
ed MoroCeo Boot for
by most dealers for
Heavy Kip Ladies W
75 ets Fine Congi
,and others from 50 c
worth 6 to- '
Calf .BoUts fur 2 50;
hoots fur 1-6 - shilling
t..:,,b*1.; for 20 shillit
wards. Ladies Ste
fro Bto 22 shilling
slit Os for 12
Rril Flannel t'ron► 2
yard. Fine Gin ha
cents , Gatnbi•ies
Ven's Heavy ) Work
Jacket Coats fur 8 sl
Arid . now I intend
stock full to supply th
choose to buy at
And MI Families 0
• ill receive Goods
cost, iii. New York,.
my Wier good to pay
calls upon me and
Goods at the prices
them for their
C. 11. Sill
Kay 10, 1862.
aeweUer and ';Watchinak
°GATED on Main St. oppositp the t
1.41 House, Coudersport, Pa, ;•
, Clocks. Watches, tic.,
Repaireu on short notice and warrant
give satigfaction. , • ;
41 good assortment,of ,
CLOCKS, • ,
' 'WATCMES; and
on habd. Cheap for CASH and warms
repretented. As an'even 'exchange is is.
berg 1 will give you time for Money. ,
Coudersport, Dec. 16, 1 1861 ; •
BOOK ' STORR
24 ain ab ov ;3 i't7o. Si
1.11. W. npAiN, Puurnagos..
800 X S , IVIAF'S, G ,LOBES
DAY-BOOKS- • I
s and that ell
had better give
D I-A R I.E S, •
PORTFOLiv . .S,
Greek, Latin, French and German Teat
• • •
Al! School Books used in the Co i unts
hond,,or . .i,nuncdiately procure'
when desired !
11D.Wr A. RE
s that was.
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied NN'lle
desired.- - i . I.
A good assortment of Paper,i Envelopes
'Pens tad Inks. Also, of Wall-PaperS ; Draw
in Mateijialsi Water Colors, .c. i I
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of varion4inds
in the city,
11 the dollarl
II great bar
'e me u'eall:
. MUSIC-BOOKS AND- ISHEq-MUSIC
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess
Men. .td., kc. PRODUCE of all kinds. take
in exchange fur Books, &á. ' [l.
'HARDWARE, DRY goODS i •
Has ; been so fortunate as!to secure the serrir
untate as:to secure the
ces Of TEIWIAS .1. BAKER. who is Itnaltir4
and:mantling Boots and •S4oei in hit
own une*ceptionablc with
1 bare concludedto sell only far
from October 1, 1861.
• Will buy Dbles, j'elts,,and som9
BT '!:land, (formerly CuAingville3
from 8 to
r 14 to 18.
S cts roll.
Ines fr. ro II
25 and SO.
to 38 cts.,
n _,rout: land,
(HABIT 13 Se'; KEL LY'S
t p ,:t. TYRE can always be found the' best of
!Cooking, Box and Parlor , ,
: Coat, Vest,
ravat, &c., for
AlsO, TIN and SHET4RON: wop.
KETTLES. SPIDERS; SCOTCH HOWLS,
FRtING-PANS, SAP,PANS; and: pAULD
RUNS . . :Also, • •
ouch as PLOWS, SCRAPh.:RS.t CHLTIVA-
Ti)gs. CORN-SHELLERS; HORSE t RAKE
- v - r - r ,• ; '
ts per lb,
pgar Inc 8
for 45' ets
is well made and the material. goollr'frood'and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS initinp in anY
part of the County—Terms easy.l — Heady Pay
of kinds, including - Cash, seldM:M iefusedl
Store on _Slain Street opposite Conti
House, Cdudersport. Aug . . l' ? 1859.-50
Ole 0, 44
-50 cts sold
I to SI 25
461.: ParnW gjoil
E ttn&rsigned nuhl respec!tftilly inform'
the Orrounding comtnunity4heLt, he bag
taken the 'rooms fornterl): , occupied by Job
S. Nia.,n, v:•here hep &Oared to;.do
s. to 1 00,
.11 kinds of HarnesSWork
oil the shUrtest notice., . 1
- • ' LOrIG STRAW COLLA.RS..
also i kept constuatly on hand. Thes . collars
area. superior artiel, 'and need but utyial to
insure their success. .; • .: : LL
! I?epdii-ing done 'in g ood, sfste.
Surcingles, Martingale-riugs, !Tliviies, and
Ilatfie straps, &c., lv;pt,consta, tly on! hand.
The, public are invited to call and exalt: an ,
before purchasing elsewbOe.f i i
. ''-s: p Y. . N AR.
Co dersport. Oct. IGth. ISO. :. I
gs an ❑p
UPR. to exchange for Horses, Wagon's, Stock
'Good Notes or Judgment . s. A Ivaluabl
Farm situate in Harrison township, Pater Ca:
,Pa, lyina on the . old State road. leading &orb
Spring Mills to Harrison , Valley u,tul. Westfield
Pa. Containing abont'lll.o Acres,: about S
Acres improvetfand in ti 'g u d stittO culti
vation.- on which is irected large cram
9Ouse. - good Barns. qurn Houie ad othe
necessary, ontrbuildings,:a good App l e Or r.
chard containing someitWenty digerpit kintiS
of Grafted Fruit. Shade Trees, i . e. Tile above
Farm. lies about 1 mile frOrn Harrison •v•Il
7 miles from Westfieldiaad Miles &pin Spring
Mills, and'is a good Stock and! Grain Farmi,
,will be sold so that any one that dan Make
a payment,. of 3. or 4 kundied doWnl,
can make tie fitrm pay for itself witt his Ittl
bor. ~Price, $2,500.'f0r partienlar.inguir!
of PeterSipmons now accupyirig priid:farm,
or C; IL Simmons, Osiirayo Vill ike. ?a. '1
-- C. IL, SIM.IIIONSO,I
or . 9 ets
to keep my
se who may
at the I first
11. !° Still !hold
ny one! that
iven tol pay
D-I,ANKS of all kinds for sale t Lb'
I" Deeds ; W:irrants'; Eiecution, S
School Orders, Notes , of .alk kinds—
ttt d and printed to order. W
teudcd to promptly, and at pricets , to
timer; Give as a trial,
; -1,:. I; • : • -
Sold, Agpin. Land' G-ot t
iIItd.ONEY 1 4::
tISTHEBBINS:4IPO I: •..
Have receatly received and ope!n!d'
4 1 - ,
1 ; ,
• d as
" • • _ : k •
- 1"..!•• 'l' -
LARGEST lAIITD BEST STO
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i , i
. i , ;
Tha 't has been Isronght to: this market the
sent season. ,
"Theif no* stoik ofl 1
will do well t.
tEN.Their olitcustomers are especiall
oiled to call aid examine their stock, an.
their prim!. ' 'I
• • • t , • . 1
OPPOSITE D F GLASSUIRE
I I, •
, • rr
'oroprioes lug, Tory •
I 1 • '
i prireh l ase4 at, the ,
I • •
.I they offer them at -!
- - ,
WE R: FIGURE
ode can be bad at any Ott
House in, town. 1 •
I - --- - i_ r : ;•
te; and as I.hey livid : them
1 clusi l.
, , ,
-cannot be undersold 4
ring a good article at lotq
give them a call.,
' • - • .
"::;:. - -•.;. ; !'OI.P.ITBUTLICI - TEE — -BUM — .
dtiit sir til,,qe;ds 011444 i;ifini.filil ‘ e;i44l;tints:,
P 14611414, "Pustules;
. and Skin ,D/seauesse
' 0AKLU1D,1641.4 - 6tita ' 3ntiot,
Art** l Co.-Vents feet, itq tnys duly
'knowledge whet 'your fataapirill has dims
UaTinit:lnherited s Eurartlietta infettion,-b bastisfissikb.
'from It in various ways fur yam. Watetinties it Lunt
cut In Ulcers on ant: hunts andltinnS
turned and rilefrresed meet the stomach., Two
years ago It broky out on surliamd rifick , ,:coltnASiyjimil..
and ears with one sore. which wets pilau! and loathsome
taliond description'. K I triedlitaktnimliellietstidSeiisul;
phpicians . , but without lunch relief from tiny thing. .
Q.er., the rillurder grew worse:. A t length 1i all.fuNkells,t - ,
to read in the (looped llessenger that, you had prepare*
en alterative (Feresparp forj hose frtintllourriputikiT
tleit that any thing you made must be pod. I sent to '
Chiellinati and got it; and used WWI It-cpird :4: Ma?
it, Cu you nal,a, in small tinselot-aleaspOotent over e,
mouth, and need almost tlaive taitthe; ',NSW and > isldth
Ain anon began to form *Mart' the scaly, chicle after •
while foil ott. My skin is neet.eliax, and 1-knoir Oldie
feelings that the . tliame Las guile from anysy!item. You ,
can sc-11belioso that I fm-1 what t smiiying wheni rtia -
you, that I.ho1d• you to be use r& the apnetliss of the
aid restalsovor gnitefully: • Years,
•, ,1 • . • • ALFlttln 11..TA1.PiT,,, • •
St. Anthony's Piro. Reiss or Erylittinss 4
—Tatter. and Salt ithonso, 'Scald ;
Ringworm, Sore Eyes, 'props*.
;ill:. 'Robert 3i...Pivble writes from Stdem,-7ii;.:ilt.t'lltb ' '-
Sept..7ss9, that_ he hits cured an inveterate ease .
Itropsy,.whicit. threatened to •'terminate fatally, ty
persevering use of our Sarsaparilla, and Wen n; deugwoite •
Nati/Juane Erysipelas by large 'doies of the satat; sae;
he cures the commis Eruptions ky It constantly,
Bronchoeele, Goitre or Sviellied 'llrOok.;'
Zebttlon Sloan of Prospect, Texas, writes: • • •:Thria bat;
ties of your Sarsaparillaenred me hum a Goitre—a hid.
eons. swelling on the neck, which" I had suffersd from
over two years." • s. • •
Lencorriscea 'Whites, Ovarian Tumor,
.Ulgeration, -Female Disianora. , ..!
'Dr..7 ii. S. Channing, of New _York City, writes:„"
nest cheerfully comp lyarith the request of your agent its
saying I have found your Sarsaparilla a most excellent
alterathe in the numerous coMplalntit for Whirh =am
employ such a remedy. but espetially, In .Fisstide Diseapg
itt the Scrofulousdinillesis. I have rimed vinstryinvetire
!defuses of Leucorrioxia by it,-and some where the gonn.
plaint was caused by Wren:timer the aterui. The ulew
alien itself ',wittrenottoured. Nothing willtin , pay ltnowk
edge equals it for these female derangements. '
Edward S. Marrow. of Newbury, Ala., writes, " A daw•
:wrens alwrion trimnr on one or the females In my finally%
triildi had defied all the reitiedies we could employ, has
tt length been cmitpletely cured by.yotir Extract of Sir;
smatrilln. Our physician-thought nothing but artirpse
Sinn coma nlrurd relief, lint he advised the trial of Sege
Sarsaparilla as the last resort befmi gutting,. Judd;
TOmved effect nnl. Alter Inking your remedy eight weeke
no symptom of hue disease remnins."- s • .
and Mercurial Dlsease.
' . . New ORLEANS, 25th August., 11151 K ''
• DR. J. C. Attn.: Sir, I cheerfully - comply with the re.
I. nest of your agent„zind report to you some oil Hie ante
have realised with your Sorsapruilla. •- 1 .- -.. .
I linen cured with it, in my practice, moat Of Wit eont:
Plaints for which It is • recommtettled,and hare &trod De
,Recta truly wonderful in the cure of r.rierral mut lir.
xtrial Discare. one or my patients had SyphilitiC ?akar*
.n his throat,"which were commuting Ids palate and Si
top of his mouth. ' Your Saneeparilla,-, atendily take%
'tired blot in five weeks. Another MU attaeked by eat ,
3ndary ayettpttium in his none: and tlie.ulceratlon lead
eaten away 11 1:0111.1derable prortof his* that I believe the
disorder would Komi read, his brain and killtim. 'Dirt it
yielded to my administration of your -6tremparillat. the
ulcers heeled. and be is well again. not of icourse'svithinit
some disfiguration to his foci. • A womainwho - had beak
treated fur the same disorder by mercury was tottering
from this poison in her. bones. • They tali become eo wen-
live to the weather that on a damp day she suffered at
=orbiting 10111 In her joints and bones. 7 She, tce,•wite
‘nired entirely by your tersaptirillit in &few weeks. I.
know limn its fiermula. which your agent, have me, that
chit Meittlintion front your lobo,ntory meet be a great
remedy.; consequently, these truly remarkable moils
aith it have not surprised me. - -
- Fraternally yours, G. V. I.AltlldEft,ll.ll6t
ftheusnatleutt (ism t, Liver ; Complillet.
INDEPENDENCE, Pientuti Co., Va.. title July, 11159.
DR: d. C. Arent Sir, I have been afflicted with a gala.
511 chronic itheunodinn fora long time. which balled the
;kill of physicians. and Murk to no to spite of all Abe
'ensues I roll find, until I tried your Baroaparilla. One
sonic owed me hi two Weekei. and restored toy. general
3ealtie so much that I am for better than ,before 1 wall
lttorked. I think 4t a wonderful medlehm. ..7.1 , 1tgA U.
'Jules Y. Getchell. of .St. writes: "I hay. bent
ulilicled for years with an offidino of the Veer ;militia
lest coved my lentil's. I tried every thing, and eto.7y,thieg
failed to relieve me; and I have been a broketi•down Wan
ksr noose years from no other canoe-than derangentrultrif
'he Liver. lkly beloved pastor. the liev. 31r.:Enpy,addied
Inc to try your Sitnesparillst, because-he said he kr.ewyotas
unkany thing yen made was worth trying. By the Rage.
Mg of God it Ima Mired use. and has no purified my blood
vt to make a new man of me. I feel youncesalts. The
gent that can be said of you is not half gold eisoukk:"
Sehirrns,Cancer Tumors, Eniargenient,
• Ulceration, Caries and, Exfoliation. Ist
-A great variety of cues have been reported_ to n' where
furep of theet fonuid/title complaititi hove resulted from
:he we of this remedy, but ',Mir space here will not admit
!Min.' Sout them may be found in our Atomics=
Almanac. which the agents - below named - Ire plaismt:te
Uirnish gratis to all who call for them.
Dyspepsia. 'Heart t lsense r Fltw, Ern**
, - sy, .111elaneholy, Sepraigla,. .„,
remarkable-mires of these isllfeetli - ms have bees
wade by the alterative power of this medicine. It stitnn
,ates the vital functions intilwrigorons . action, 1611 thus
rvereolitearlisorders with+ would be supposed.beyord iii
feaeli. Snell a remedy leis ling been required by the tile.
:em.ltiee of the people, and we ore eutiftdelat that-this
lo for them al: that medicine can do. I •
FOIL THE HAM, CURE, OP
Coughs. Voids. litiluenza, Hoarseness,
' 'Crouo, , Dronehitis, Incipient 'CUStaI,
sumptlon;lOnd for the Relief
of Consumptive Patients • Is •
•In advanced. Stages._
of :the Disease. '
This is a remedy so nuirersally known to forms . any
ether for the cure of,throat and. lung conralainta. this! X
is useless here to publish the cridencerF eirrtirW.''lts
unrivalled excellence for. tongha ; and.colds; and its truly
wonderful cores of,pulmonary disease, hare wide it
,known throughout. tho. civilised 'nations of the watts.
Few are the communities, - or even families, anions them
who have not sortie personal experienceet , lteetrecte—•
some living trophy in their fuldsrof its 'Victory over the
rubilennd dangerous disorders of rho throat sad lunge.
As all know the dreadful futility of "these disorders, and
as they know, too, the'effects ofthis rentedy.irenee:Luot
lo more than to assnre them that it has now all the vie
-toes that it did' have when making,the cures 'bids.: gave
Won so strongly upon the confidence of mankind.
prepared by Br, 7, C. ATER - Ea. CO., Locieti, Eat a.
Sold by . O. S & E, A. Jones, 'Coudersgart;
.Mann & Nichols, Miliportt; N. J. Mills, .Coles
burg ' • .Colct'ell Lyman, Roulet ;A. DoreY k
Son, Ulysses; A B.' Horfor4 Dusaingrille ;
and by Dealers generally . .
WESTERN FOTEL4.:, ,
Nos. 9. 11, 13, 15, 17. : COIIIITLAii.DT.RI7II3/T,
Near Broadway, liew York City.
This old-established and,,favorite,resart of
the BuSiness community haitiden recently re
'fitted, and is complete in •e'rerthindthat-eaa
minister to the comfort of its patrons... Ladies
and Families are specialty and carefitllY Pro
vided for. • •
It is centrally located •in the business4l,2trt
of the city, and is contiguous to tlie,prinCipal
lints of steamboats, cars, omidbUsei, fairies:
In consequence of the , pressure catned,by
the Rebellion, prices hare been reduced to
ONE poLLA.n. AND FIFTY. CENTS PER DAY.
The table is amply snpnlied — filth'4lr.the
luxuries of the seasun, and is equal tb:that of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample accommodp.ticnr tite r 'offered for tip
ward of 400 guests'.'. - -
Do not believe runners, hachmen,and others
who may say "the WeSierti lEfotel'it'ofulL b°
D. D. WINCHEST.K4Proprietor.
, Thos. D. Wincliesten.,
, M 3
A NEW AND BEADTIFDL *squint,
Mistakes of Educitteeditia.
BY . JOEM -S. D.,:
12m0., tauslin, price 50 ermts .; piper eo-y
-ers,2s - Copie4 of .thistl)ls6lE Atttitl two
seu:,tv.muil on receipt of the ;prißft s jtt
age stamps. -.lPlea.e address . .
J. C. GABRIGIIES4 '
1413 . 80uth Foltriti &tett, Yhilndeipt Le,. Pn,