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o.a.t j 4.
pjas,•an Apple Orchard.
The old ones 'are faat dyino , out thro'-
out the older Mates; They were planted
a hundred years ago, or more, have done
goodlevtige t au, 4 4,..puokt
,tc . ? pav r e, , they day.
4tllo,44l4(rWl.;l*ldklltifs :4" barrel
and'upward, there is not an adequate
ply in the country. They can be grown
at a dollar a barrel, with profit. 'The ap
ple cropin a-single small county tn. this
State was worth half a million of dollars
last year. Other counties in the older
parts of the Eastern States, were under
the l uepcssity, of paying, out a hundred
thotiaitrici &Mara' for this fruit, beeause
they had not the article at home. 'Pea,.
ches and- plumbs, we may be able to get
along without, but apples we must have
—for sauce, for pies, for the dessert, and
for the dinner basket of little boys and
,girls who cannot come home from school
in dine. We say then to every farmer,
Tlie trees.•are all ready
for you in the nursery, well grown, l and
grafted two and three years Tram the bud.
Get thrifty trees, of varieties that you
know will &aril] in your locality,J and
in tour years you will be eating fruit from
them. Do not fail to plant an orchard
this very month;—American Agricul.
~H ardfining- Teams.
Ilteitandiniten'Ahat have labored but
hitch,Vte : itie Wiettr.mi tty.be as strong
for a tritortikMiia.Sthose that have worked
fails hitgh to a= plow. Plow
ing is a branch oE business that tries the
strength of a team. There is "no let up"
—no relief in the drawib i - A —as there is
hauling a load on wheels, or on .a
a slaigh. It is one-constant stretch of
traces and exeleise of one set of muscles,
and therefore they soon become very tired
and stiff and sore.
A good practice with respect to harden.
ing teams andimen too, las been to plow
itn.ly,,a half a day ' s work at first, daring
tikiiiii.i Toi .example, 'lei a team plow
iirlik tWocii'three hours in the -forenoon,
and about the same time in the afternoon,
and allow the l m to stop at each end, say
thirty or sixty seconds if the rounds are
long. If thy plow half an acre on the
first day, it i all, they should be allowed
to plow. After they have become harden
ed to it, they will plow from one to two
acres with more ease and less fatigue than
they will even one-third of an acre when
they first commence. ,
_So_ With With :workmen. . Let ,them) work
hail's day at some light work, when they
Lave a job of heavy work, on hand For
example, if a man has been spading and
shoveling for half a day, let him haul
e tone or rails, or make fence the next
half day until they have become well
hardened to labor. I
HARDEN TIIE NECKS OF YOUR TEAMS.
—Some horses have a very tender skin,
and the harness will sometimes gall them
tEkelly,in defiance of all means to Prevent
many -timeikthe true cause is
attributable. to a bad collar,. bad harness,
or to a pod z ,hainess - improperly fitted to
the anitaal. A yoke of bows that do not
fit the neck of omen well, will often gall
them and unfit theta for labor, when if
these things wereas they ought to be,they
would work with more ease, and their
akin would got be galled.
When a harness cr yoke of bows do not
fit properly, and their skin is liable to be
galled,hatbe„these pails before they are
Cold' water; until the outside
skin appears quite soft, and then° bathe
those parts with a strong decoction of
white oak barti.• Let this be dooa every
ditY-,and thaskin will become much harder
and tcugher than it usually is. A little
care in preventing an ill, is far better
than much labor and skill in curios it; or
endeavoring. to'. - obviate - its - injurious
Iter'_What do you ask for, t i
eel' -*lnired an old gentleine l
' Fifteen shillings.'
Aint,:you a - little : dear ?"
Why,' she replied, blushing,
men tell - inksO:'• - I .
whsi - says lie knows only one
thing bettei iban hive, and that is Co be
,thr,own .into.a pond of mush and milk
Iwitli-thy:.privilege 'of eating your way
S \ firlf Rruning_nr4t be done bet
fore'•tu - beitseison--4et it be done
modesty is like
the auul of a rose io the heart of a lily. ,
• ' ' - •-=
itiirFight,fpirdaztinst a hasty temper.
Anger will come, but resist it strongly.
A spark may set a house on fire. A fit
of plosion Way give yekseuile to: mourn
all the/Ivo of your life. Never revenge
The Bugle Cells!' The War tisk:Begun:l A War
of Exterminatiant against Ea Teeth. Bad
Breath, Disived Onme,..TOOthaohe, Ear
ache, and Botualgta.
• O UR
. 4.lltußy, - 19.
DENTAL TREASU,RY :
A complete set of Rernedies for
PRESERVING THE TEETH, PURIFYING'
'rpm .1311FLITEI AND HpIITH, and
CURING TOUTHACHE, 'AND NEURALGLA.
'Dr: Hurd'scelebrated:MOUTH WASII,I bottle.
Dr. Hurd's unequaled TO 0 TH, PO IFDER,kbox
Dr..linrifs magic TOOT/MC.(IE DR 0,8,1 box:
Hurd's - UNRIVALLED NEURALGIA
Dr. [ Hurd 7 e AfANUAL on the" Beat Means of
Preserving the Teeth, including Directions for
the Proper Treatment of Children's Teeth.
FLOSS SILK for cleaning betteeen the, Teeth
TOOTH PICKS, etc.; etc. II
• Prepared at Dr. Hurd's Dental Office; P iq:
Fourth St., Brooklyn,.(E. D.
Price, ONE DOLLAR; or, EIX for $5..
The Dental Treasury makes i!➢package eight
inches by five, and is sent by express.
- Full iirection 'for use is on each article;
The following articles we, can send separi
ately, by mail, viz:
• The . Treatise on Preserving Teith sent, posti•
paid, on, receipt of Twelve Cents, or four
The Neuralgia Plaster, for Neuralgia in the
Face, Nervous Headache, and Earache; sent;
vstpaid, on receipt; of Eighteen cents, or six
The Neuralgia'and Rheumatic Plaster (large
siv,) for pains in the Chest, Shoulders, Back,
or any part of the body, sent post-paid, on
receipt of Thirty-Seven cents.
Address Win. . Hurd & Co.
Teibune Buildings, New York
Dr. Herd's MOUTH WASH, TOOTH POWI
- and TOOTHACHE DROPS cannot be
sent by mail, but they can probably be obtain=
ed at your Drug or Periodical Stores. If they
cannot, send to us for the Dental Treasury,
price : One. Dollar, which contains them.
ARE DR. HURD'S PREBARATIONS GOOD.'
The best evidence that they nre is, that their
firmest, friends and best patrons-are those who
have used them longest. Da. Witadat B.
11(1111) is an eminent Dentist of Brooklyn
freasuter of the New York StateTDentists'-
Association, and these prezeirations have been
used in his prfvate practicel tor yeat-s, and no
lending citizen of Brooklyn br Williamsburgh
questions their excellence. while, eminent
Dentists of-New York recommend them us the
best known to the profession. Without the
aid of advertising, dealers have sold them b l y
The Editor of the Drooklyn Daily Times say 4:
"We are happy to know that our friend, DV.
Hurd, is succeeding beyond all expectations
with his Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder. The
great secret of his_ success rests with the fact
that his articles are. precisely what . they are
-represented to be, as we can testify from their
The well-known P. T. Barnum writes :—"I
found your Tooth Powder so good that my
family haffe . used it all up. ,We find it the
best Powder for the teeth that we ever used.
I shall feel obliged if yon will send me another
supply at the Museum at 'your convenience,
with 'the bill."
But their cost is so small that every one
may test the matter fur himself
BeWare of the ordinary Tooth Powders. Br.
flord's Tooth Powder contains no acid, nor
alkali, nor charcoal, and , polishes without
wearing the enamel. Use no other.
. WHAT DOES OR, HURD'S REMEDIES'EFGECT
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and To'oth Powder
Will give young 'ladies that tinesti charm in
wotnana sweet breath and pearly teeth. Tiy
them, ladies. -- -
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder
will cteanE-e the mouth frOm all foul exhala
tions, and if used in the morning, will make
the breakfast taste sweeter and the dliy begin
more pleasantly. Hundreds of persons can
testify to this. Try them gentlemen.
Dr. Hurd's Mouth .Was h, and Tooth Powder
are the best preparations in the world fOr cur
ing BAD 111 MATH and'giving liminess and health
to the gums. thindreds of cases of Diseased
Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth, Canker, etc..
have been cured by Dr, Hurd's astringentwaSh.
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tootle Powdcr
give an additional chariu to courtship, and
make husbands more agreeable to their wives
and wives to their husbands. They should
be used by every person having ARTIFCIAL
TEETH, which "are liable. to impart a taint!to
the mouth.: •
Dr. Eitird's Toothache Drops cure Toothache
arising from exposed nerves, 'nnd are the bCst
friends that parents can have in the bouse'to
save their children from tortue and themselves
from loss of Sleep and sympathetic suffering.
- Farmers and Mechanics! you cannot well
afford to neglect: your teeth. For a trifling
sum, you can now get' preservatives, thiin
which Rothschild or Astor can get nothing
. better. Reinemher that Dyspepsia and Cop
, sumpfion of the Lungs often originate in Neg
lect of Teeth. Send for'the Treatiseon Teeth,
and read Dr. :Fitch's observation on this sub
ject. If too late to arrest decay in your own
teeth, save your children's teeth.
Dr. Ilurd's Neuralgia Nan=adheiz!ve Plaslere
are the most pleasant and suceessful remedies
ever prescribed for: this painful dis - ease.• The
patient applies one; soon becomes drowsy,falls
asleep, and awakes free from', pain, and :no
bliSter or other unpleasant or injurious con
sequences cane. Far Earache and Nervous
headache, apply according to directions, and
relief will surely follow.' 'Nothing can be ob
tained equal to Dr. 11nrri'S Compress for Neu
ralgia. Try them., They are'entirely a novel,
curious, and original preparation, and won
deifully successful. They are of two sizes,
one small, for the face, price 15 ents, and the
other large, for application .to the body, price
37 cents. Will 6e mailed anreeefpief price and
one stamp. '- '
la of .
WHAT ARE:THE PFOPLE DOING
!The American people are intelligent enough
in appreciate preparatione that contribute' so
much to the happiness of those using thtm,
and they want them. Every mail brintp, us
letters. some ordering the TREATISE ox TEO!,
some the NEURALGIA PLASTERS, and not a few
enclosing" 37 cents for the 'MOUTH WASH, to) be
sent by mail; hut to these we are compelled
to reply that it is impossible to ,send a half
pint bottle by mail:- The) people, want these
Remedies. Who will supply them! Now is the,
Chance for 14/gents.
Shrewd agents can make a small fortune io
carrying these articles around to families. The
Dental Treasury , is the neatest article that
man or woman , can carry around. Send f
one and see;or, better, a dozen, Which weeill
sell as samples for $7. :VfM. B. HARD & C
Tribune Buildings; New . York.
'. That remittances may belnade vrit.4 confi
dence, W. B. H..& Co. referiirtlie-liayof of
Brooklyn; to G.W. Griffith,Presid't Farmers'
and Citizens' Bank, Brooklyn, and to oth • .
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E. Anthony, tic). 501 Broadiiay, Now York,
is now publishing, in addition to otlierpor
traits, the celebrated collection known in Eu
rope and America as
Brady's National Photographic Portrait Gallery,
in whiCh is included Portraits of nearly all the
prominent men 'of America, not excepting Jell'
Davis, Gen Beanregard, Floyd. and 'a host of
Other confederates. Price of Portraits, $3.00
per dozen. cait be sent by mail.
Scenes of the War for the 'Union,
are published, card size. and in Stereocopic
Stereoscopic views of scenes in 'aris, Lon
don, and in other parts of England and France,
in Scotland, Ireland, Vilnles. Holland, Switzer
land, Spain, on the Rohm, iu Athens, Egypt;
Turkey,' the Holy Laud, China, India, Cuba;
,tic , 4e., ad infinitum.
Our. Instantammus Stereoscopic Views aro
• The Greatest Wonder of the Age.
TheSe are taken In tits foi flail part of a second
and the rushing of water,the moving of leaves.
or the march of an army, does not in the least
affect:Alm taking of these views. They are
sold for S 3 per dozen.
We have alSo on- hand and manufacture the
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graphic Albums, and Photographic Materials
in the United States, and perhaps in the World
' CatalOgues, containing lists of all out Por
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jyly neat St. Nicholas Hotel, New York.
NATRONA COAL OIL!
WARRtNTED NON EXPLOSIVE!
anti edual to any Kerosene.
WI-1Y buy, an explosive Oil, when a few
cents more per gallodwill furnish you with a
perfect Oil? :Made only . by
P 1 HN'A 6ALTRANtrnartrumi ctiliparrz,
.No: 127 Walnut Street, PhiTadelPhia.
Feby. 1. 1862. ly . :
The Rochester Straw-Cutter.
tiI.,IESTED '44 . KELLY, Coudersport, have
the exclusive agency,forthis celebrated
machine, in this - County. It is Covenient,An
able, and CHEAP. -- Dec.'l; raeo.-12
IleirSubsoribe for theJOURNAL.
;- ' Lid&
- 4 0 00 1 t/iattaßi.
DOWNER V- PATENT .HENIMELItNEV 'SHIELD
IDE HANDIIE*IHO,- - ri
-Itrt_tjost > t hhe thing" for all who use. themeedle
Tide - renzcOiabip simple anerhoipel ineentii* saves
oue-halfithe labor of hand-seillig;;atyit corn-: ; •
pletely Protects the finger from the , pOint!of _
the needle ; and makes,a tiei k t ,anCuniform
hem while the operatar
LADY SHOULD DE wrrEIOI.WIT
It is cheap, simple, beautiful, and useful: The
Hemmer and Shield will he sent free of - aerie
on,receiPt cif the price , 25'ee:nts.• '• •
Enclose stamp for descriptive circa and
DOWNER'S, METROPOLITAN SKEIN-WEINIiER
IS an article ofreal merit:. It is vied ifor the
purpose, of winding skeins, of-Thread, Silk,
Cotton,Yarm, Floss. Worsted, &c. 'lt is readily
adjuitedlto the work-table, and - will bp found
indispeniable to all using the, above articles,
being a' useful and. invitluablpi appendage. to
Price 59 Cts. to $1 according to Style and Fhiish.
$l5O per Month c4i , be'
ized by enterprising Agents (*anted in every
town and County through ou t the United States
and Canada,) selling the above artieles,
sales are rapid, profits large, and has no com
petition. - A liberal discount to the trade.
Address A, H. D own e r ,
442 Broadway, New York,
• Patentee and Sole Proprietor.
and exclusive Agenciei will
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Sabbath SchwilLeell. Ne. 2..
• 75,00 u COPIES ISSUED THE 'FIRST
Twelve Months of its _p.iblicatiOW. It is 'an
entire NeW Work, of nearlooo pages. Many
of the Tunes and Hymns Were Written express
ly for this Volume. It will scion be as popu6
lams its prededessor I) which has
run. up to the 'enormous 'number of 575.000
copies in 36 months; outstripping aniSunday
School Book of its size issued in this Country.
Also, both Volumes are hound in one to ac
commodate schoelswishing them in that form.
Prices of Bell No. 2, paper covers, 15 cents,
$l2 per 100. Bound, 25 cents, sll3.per 100.
Cloth bound embossed gilt; 30 cents,; $22 per
100 Bell No. 1, paper corers, 12 'cents, $lO
per 100 Bound, 20 cents, $lB perloo. :Cloth
bound embossed gilt 25 cents. $2O per 100
Bells Nos. 1 and 2 bound together, 40 cents,
$3O per 100: 25 copies furnished at, the 100
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$4O per 100. Mail postage free at the retail
price. HORACE -WATERS, Publisher, •
No: 481 Broadway, New A'Ork.
THE PAT SCHOOL BELL
A NEW SINGING BOOK FOR Y
SCHOOLS, called the DAY .SCHOOL BELL
is nose ready., It contains' about 200 pages
of choice Songs, Rounds, Catches,, Duetts.
Tric•S, i'.2uartetts, and Choruses, many of them
written expressly for this work, besideS 23
pages 'of the Elements of 'Music. The Me
- mesas are•so easy and progressive, that ordi
nary teachers will find ,theinselves.' entirely
successful in instructing even young , seliolars
to sing correctly and scientificall; , , while the
tunes !and words embrace • such a variety 4
lively, attractive and soulstirring music and'
sentiments, that no trouble will be experi
enced, in inducing all beginners to go, on with
zeal in acquiring skill in' one of the most , '
health-giNing, beauty-improving, Immiiness-1
yielding, and order-producing exercises
school life. • In simplicity of its tleinents, in,
variety and adaptation of music, and in
excellence and-number of its songs, ;original,!,
selected, and adapted, it claims by tmuch to,
excel all competitors. It will be found to bel
the -hest nook ever issued for Seminaries
Academies, and Public Schools. -A few
pie pages of the Elem ants, TuneS, and Songa.!
are given in a cireular ; send and get one. h
is compiled by- HURAQE• WATERS'. Autho '
of "Sabbath-School Bells." Nos. 1 . and
of which have had the enormous sale of 655.-1
000 in 36 mouths Prices., paper covers. 20
cents, $l5 per 100; Bound, 30 eents,•s22 pen
100 cloth hound. embossed gilt, 49 cents
$3O per 100. 25 copies furnishes at the 100
price. Mailed tree at the retail price.
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"Every .housekeeper should havii- a supply
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---.IW2C York Times.
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P ! •
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PIANOS are the finest instruments for Pitrl4s
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ment can be aeen at , the neiv Warerooins, 4fil
BROADWAY. between Grand and, Browne
Streets, which will be sold at extremely low
PIANOS and MELODEONS from sup:-
dry makers:new and seenrid,hand. to let, and
rent allowed if purchased, as peragreernetit.
Monthly payrnents ret.,fiTed for the. sanie.
AIsO, second-band Piantis and Melodeonsiat
grerit 'bargains, prices..fro/1p • $25 to $l5O.
Sheet Itinsie„Music Books,. and .all kindsint
Music Merchandis6 at War prices. . J.:. •
HORACE WATERS, Agent;
ETTERS of Administilition an the eStiste
of-S. S. Num, late of Whitesville, Atle
any county, N. Y., having been granted] to
heundersigned, all persons having'claims
gainst said estate are requested to present.
hem to him for liquidation. and- persOns
said estate are reduested to make
ediate payment to him.
- 1861 •
R. JAYNE'S• FAMILY MEDICINES
sale at BTEBBIN ;
I D STAND ON MA IN STREET
e erally for. Cash, 'United States Treasury
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, Vheat. Corn, Oats, BtAckwheat,.Butter,Ohdese
ides, Pelts, Deerl Skins, and all other kinds
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ns, Veniion,jnd some' other things that
n't be thOughk, of,
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I AMP 4 LAMP PIXINGS,
ho a few: more of those Superior
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PAPER, - ENVELOPES,
od other kinds of •
• WINDOW' CURTAINS
And other ariieles Which: time alone for
bids US te mention, all of which will be
Sold as low as the WAR PRICES will
a llow -for strictly f •
,A.nd for those articles we take, the high
est market price will be imid.
We are also General Agents for
DR. D tIAYNIET.FatniIy Medicines,
I DE. AYER'S Medicines,
I I IRRANDRETH'S Pills,
FENNEDY'Si Medical Discovery,' '
lAnd all the Standard Medicines of the day
N. B.', The iijty for the Goods 'must lie on
band when the Goods are delivered; as we are
Idetermined to I live to the motto of "Flay as
trou GO." •
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Just one thingmore. The Judgmentsinotea
ind,.•book !accounts - which we have on hand
iittat be setded..iin4,closed; iminunediately "or
we fear they be increased faster - than' the
usual rate of interest. ! Dee 11
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HE subseribera at their
iffer to their old customers and the publie
BOOTS & SHOES,
STAIION..k I RY
runplainingt MVO* pato
lnkri;crith your systtes ;
sugstl, mot your kliegs .
ant are oftett lha praise s
arimpi dilutes. Swa g a t i t
ad stenilif be 'averted is - 1
melt itie of the sight 4,Z
ly 31rks Ayer's. l'illcduol
lance ont ibodisoniered ta ik ,
turs.7-; twits the bleed,'
1 the ,fluidstnots oudiso,,
reeled is health
athanhde thtf.ti n Z`
the body into *knee* s i;
,rity, purifj the systOto h,h t
the.olsdructious which 'mad;
dise..Uss. • A cold settles somewhere lu the beady; thd
structs its natural functions. Times, it th.t teller*
reset upon 'themselves and the, surrounding ergints pro, ducleg general aggravation; suinittux,. and
While In this condition; oppressed by, the deratio n ,„, i ,
take Ayer's .Pille. and see lioor direCtly they reft r , , 1 7.;
natural action of, the sysioni, lind`with it tiler buovest
[feeling of health api 11.- • What is Into and so spinoit la
thi s trivial and common complaint; is also unto In entry
of the deeiSseated and dangerous disteinpers. Th,tantr
purgative eltect expels thew. Caused by siwiler.olatre s
d o ne Iwo derangements of the natural function[ .4 the
' body, they are nipitilKand" tunny of thunt surely, mod
by the same means. :• -None who knew the virtues of tION,
Pills, will neglect to employ theui when suffering N u ;
the'disardens they ellen. • , • .
Staientonts from leading physicians In tome of "
Principal cities; mud ' from other well known pUldkpeti•
14vma Fbracarding ifertant JAMS, lib.+l,-1d56 . . ,
DEL Arm. ?Our Pills •are . theiletritgeu of all tlii t
great:ln npslicitte. They, lat•rtr cavod my little daugbile:f.
of ulcerous sores mem her' haubts tai d teat thus bi p 6„ .?
incurable for years.-
,- . ller mother loot bent lo u t 0„.: ,
ously afflicted with blotches and plimpteseu her akin and
In her hair. After our child was, eared, uhe also triad
your Pills, and they have cured her,
4Sit - MQ 11 01111X111.•
As Para 1;y pitysic.
- B. E. In ni;lwri g ht, 41'ent Orleans,
Your Villa tire the prince of purges. Their orcalleof
rualities surpass any cathartic we posse. 1.1," . 4 ,
mild; but very certain and effectual iu theirlectiou oil the
bowels;.which makes them invaluable to akin the daps
treatment of disease.
Pron Dr.J Iw. id Avd,Baltiut.re.
DrAn. lino, AVER: I Cannot nn4wer• ye.n what compininto
I bare svith your 1 . 1114 Itrtt , ..r than td may aft Mot at
tees' gnat wit!, n pargllire medicine. I place great &pea•
iai o on an MTN:told .cathart is in ; rny daily contest with
iiw 4e, awl h.dhisinz as 1 In that Tear Pills 104,14 us tla
beg. tvaltave, 1 of cOUrso vain+ ihein highly.
Pirrsnutto. l'a. May 1. 1455. Dtt. J. C. ATM. Sir: T have beim reportedly cored et
the A Torsi, hedache* any hods me ; lia.Vo by a (lord! or lay
>f your, Nils. It seems to , arise' from a foul coheteli,
nriticb.they cleanse :Allure. - • )
Yours with great respect.. RD. W. MU:Mg,
" '(7,re. q'Stflomer Mov.lll.
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Bilious Iniortteis —Lfver COmpialuts.
Alm& Dr. .77,eoctore LAN, q".N•ne York 0,1;
• Not only oro your l'ithro.huirabty nitaptest to their per
ins° us sat nperissut. but 7 floll their broefirial ettectx upon
:ho Liver' eery isinrked irssles.4. They have iis toy pm
thso proved more Orel:mil for tho cure of brlinus
ttfitinfd than any one remedy I cam'. tuentlett. I siarcnty
rejoice that.we have at IctigQl a purgative mv wet,
thy the confidence of the profesekst and the !welds.
• DI.VARTgENT TUE INTERIOR,
Washitt , ten 4. 7th Feb., /85t1.-
t.I have used your iu nly general mid hoepita%
practice over SIM)
,!.011tiattle . tlietti 3 Outt cannot hesitate to
itty they aro the best cathartic We elitploy. Their regu
lating action on the liver is quick nod decided, COMO
pieotly they are au aultuitable reitiolv foe dernogetnento
of that organ. Indeed, I have ,tteltitin tomtit a:case uf
uliout cliteuse so obsti,.ate that it did not readily yield ter
them Fraternally you'd, ALONZU ISA lA, M. D . .,
i'lq/siciail of the Aerate ifetpttele
Dysentery, Dlarrlnien, Relax, -Worm!.
Your. Pills have led a lung trial in my practice, and I
bold [lam iu esteem as one er the best aperients I hair
everleund. 'Their alterative effect upon the liner makes
them tm excellent remedy, when given in doses fee
Gihnus ilysenecrg «iirl diarrho2". Their sugar-evens;
nudes then, rely acceptable and convenient iti-the aw
of irotneu and children.
Dyspepsia, Impurity of the, Blood.
From Rev. J. Mter, Paster ofAdeint Chureh,LCAM.
Dn. tormt:' 7 have used Your Pills 'with extraordinmy
summaltt my family and among those I am culled to rbit
in distress. To mgnlale the organs of digestion and
purify the blood. they are the vary_ best remedy I We
over known, turd I can coulidentlY recommend them to
my friends. Yount, .1. V. 11111 M.
' NVAtmktv. NV:polling Co., N. Y., Oct. 24, 1855.'
DCAtt Sin: 1 um using your Oahu ri ir•lllts In my rue
tios: and find thein au excellent purgative to cletinoi thr
syste4s and pin fly Cos 1;114)1Aliila ,r Idorml.
JUIIN G. M EACH.% M, M.
Constipation, Cosi Iveilees, Supprreelan,
Rlieutitati,m, Gout, Neuralgia,"Drar
Ey" Paralysis, b it,r, etc.
Erma Dr. J. P.. Cured&
Ton much -cannot mad ot , your 1.00. t v iha cur. ,
und: mon. If othrrn of our frateroin '
have, they should j..:0 too or pr
fug it for the !wheat, of (h t . n!tititeq ' .
Ala complaint. which. nitioesail et•••” 4 11 ill ••
Lilo progenitor of other, it nt are worn..
:ken= to originate in the liver, hui. 3,,ur safeet tlad
.rotu and cure the
Fi•ont 34•. r. fond, l'hvici:an and Mu,Ve,'Bostom. '
I flail 1,110 Or two lo doses 0r your Pills. taken at the
tiroper 'thou. :9 - o oxe l6vl lironietiess or the yahoo/ SlM
'ante V:Eit'it wholly or ietrtially tiepin - es...it, and also eery
Al - equal to r!raftsr 1611 Ln,rorch 1111.1 ocrpri lo•olo.S. Thar
itre,i, lunch the Bret physic nu have that I roeuuntivad
no other to my patients,.
Fifint Me. Rev: Dr. ILsickes,o?flF. 211rProllialF:pis. Church.
' PITANKI 81tvatuunli.C:.„ C.185,G.
TI , PNOR , A) Fat t I nilitlllll is! 1111graglit G.r the retie
%liar skill' has le ought :melt I did not report my case to
A pd.l to•ttkii iu my limbs mitl - bronglit on suns-
Nomtiffic loons, which elided in downier/awn&
/ism. . Notwith ktanding I bad the Int.t of physielans: the
disease grew. wares .t nil Wont,. WWI by the ad eleenf year
excellent night in Baltimore, Dr. dlnckenade, I tried year
't heir effects were slow, lint sure. By persevetirff
In Use use of them, I urn new entirely well
11011 p, La.,.5 Dec. 18de.
Dn. Avon: I have been entirely cured, by your PISRof .
Illegmatio Gout —a painful disease that lied afflicted me
for yetws. • VINCENT SLIDELL
'fflr Most of the Ma In market contairciforeury,
whieli, although a valuable remedy in skilful bands, ls
dangeroMt in n polite pill, from the dreadful cons*.
quencea that frequently follow its Manamll use. Theo
contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever.
- Price, 25 cents par Box, or 5. Boxes for $l..
Prepared by Dr. C. A 413 & CO., Lowell, Mu.
Sold by C: S A. Jones, Condersport;,
Mann ZzNichols, Millport ; N. J. Mills, Colet•
burg & Lyman, Roulet ; A. Corey k
Son, UlySses; A R; Morton, CushinfOille;
and by Dealers generally
Nos. 9. 11, 13; 15, 17 COMMAND? snow,
Near Broadway, New York City.
This old-established, and favorite resort of
the Business community has been recently re.
fitted, and is completOn everthing that can
minister to the comfort of its patrons. Ladies
and Families are specially and carefullY pro
It is centrally located in the business part
of ;the city, and is contiguous to the principal
lidos of steamboats, cars, omnibuses, ferries.
In consequence of the pressure caused tr
the Rebellion, prices have been reduced to
ONE DOLLAR AND PUTT CENTS PER DAT.
The table is amply supplied with all the
luxuries of the seson, and , is equal to thatof
any other hotel in the country.
Ample accommodations are offered for ep
watd of 400 guests.-
Do not believe runners, hackmerould abort
who may say "the Western Hotel is full."
D. D: WINCHESTER, Proprietor.
Thoa.J7. if incAestir: fyl9
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