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Did we but strive to'make the best
i Of troubles that befall us,
Instead of meeting cares half-way,
They would hot so appall ns. l
Earth has a Spell for loving hearts ; •--
• Why should we seek to break it?
Let's scatter flowers instead of thorns—
The world is What make it.
Sin kat its uses. I
There are men who chew mitifortune as
l anes chew thistles.
.Satan lurks in honeysuckles as well as
behind marble pillars. 47
Li* is the buoy of the good citizen—
the rock of the bad one.
We clap Vice in fetters-and then call
Bow much we owe to our poets! Ha
loses Achilles hai made a thousand heroes
- Instead of fighting Misfortune we too
oftei make it prisoner.
It is when the work is finished that we
/eel bow unfinished is the workmanship.
"Still water rune deep," but are not
:noddy waters mostly still?
. Reformers are too apt to tear up the
door of a raft to erect jury-marts.
, To tell a boy what books be shall read,
Is like telling a bee what flowers itsinall
Praise is sometimes as powerful as cen
sure. It is as - bad to be blown iuto the
air as to be cast into a pit.
Terror is the strongest when undefined.
If we knew what Death was like, then
would as soon die as eleep.
The example of a ruler should have
tbe force of law, and ail the laws of a frul
ir should be enforced by his
In the best, of us, our sins toss about
like ships at anchor; , .in the worst; we
slip the cables and let the ships run free.
An infidel only call upon God when,
at the last moment, God designs to i cill
upon the infidel.
The religion of some folks is a mere
matter of ornament, like the stone gods
which rich men set up in theiz) gardens.
,has quite gone out of
modern poetry. Let us hope the wolf
has left the - modern poet's door.
- A great fault in the books and conver
sation of some men is, that the mind ap
pears to be always watching itself.
The law is the !wall of a state, l and
when a prince shows his head above it he
deserves to hafe it taken off. 1 ;
Public applause is even jealous of its
own verdict, and thus the men who have
been most abused have been generally
those who have been Most praised.
'We aspire and aspire and then give in.
Life 'in this particular is like a coffin,
which widens up to a certain point and
theis tapers off again.
To bear evil•speaking and illiterate
'judgment with equanimity, is the high
est bravery. It is, in fact, the repose of
A shame attaches to Venice for losing
the art of making ruby glass greater than
the merit which is due to her for discov
Do ninety-nne favors for a man and
refuse the hundredth, and he hates you
ninety-nine times more than if you had
Dever done him a favor at all.
Many a virtue is locked up, like Gino.
Tray in the oaken chest, until it becomes
a mere skeleton of itself. Virtue,' like
everything else, rota and wastes if not
Great men pay this tribute to Fame—
they must always be great. If they re
-move their laurels for an instant, Stupid
ity plumps upon them; as,tho falling tor
toise struck the bead of the obi philloso
pher and dashed out his brains.) '
There 18 a man down east,l rather a
-facetious fellow, whose name is New.—
Ile named his first child Soinetbing
it. was Something New. Tho peat child
was nothing : it being named Nothing
It is a proof of the high estimation
which the world, after all, places upon
intellect, that every mother would rather
know that her child was clever than come
ly. They fall bank• on the comely when
the•clever is out of the qusetion.
What a terrible thing is this crusade
against fancy and brilliance ! Would my
eeyle write any the worse because there
-was a diamond at the top? Would my
sword strike the less deadly if the hilt
were jewelled? Is Pactolus necessarily
shallow because it is golden ?
If yon would be known to all the world,
you must know all the world. you
live only for yourself, there shall be no
memory of you when you are no more.—
Men are great in their, work and in their
life just as they look upon themselves as
'smalt—as they modestly understandlhow
small apart , is theirs in a play of a thou
Old folks become precise and method-,
because,-feeling that life is drawin g
toward its close, they desire to make the
best of the remnant that is left, and the
most of everything they do. Youth
thinks it has so great a future' before it,
and pisiti'so many grand achievements
far the , commiog "morrbw," that the
common duties of the day are slightly and
Wr.vr. PUT IN.—At a printer's Festi
val at Boston, a short time since, the fol
lowing capital toast was drank : Taa
Burrou—The man that ie expected to
know averybody, tell all be knows, and
guess at_ the rest; to make hie own good
character establish the reputation .of his
neighbOrs and elect ail candidates to of
fice; to blow up . everybody, suit every
body, and reform the world; to live for
the benefit of ethers and have the epi
taph on his tombstome, "here he lies at
last :" !in short, he is a locomotive run
ning on. the track of public notoriety ; his
lever is his pen, his boiler is filled with
ink, Ids tender is his scissors ; whenever
he explodes it is caused by the non-pay
meat of subscription.
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1;0-OPERATION' Or THE - WIPE.—N i o
man e ' e r prospered in the world without
the c operation of his wife. If she
united in mutual endeavors or, rewards
his letters with an endearing smile, with
what gcinfidence will, he resort to his mer
chandise or-his farm, fly over the land,
sail upon seas, meet danger, if he knows
that, he is not spending his strength in
vain, but thathis labor will be rewarded
by the sweets of home! ' Solicitude and
disappointment enter the history of every
man's life, and he is but half provided
for his voyage, who finds, but an associate
for ha!ppy hours, while for his months of,
darkne.s and 'distress no sympathizing; ,
partner is prepared: . 1
A lette&from one of Wilson's Zouaves,
at PeUsacola, says they are sleeping in:
luxurous spring beds and upon pillows'
of the softest down, upon which the fair
daughters of Secessia have been wont to
close their languid eyes. The Zoo zoos
loon e upon curved sofas, survey them
salve through splendid mirrors, and revel
in th rich libraries for "books to read."
They stroll upon verandahs,l and pluck
oranges and lemons in gardens scented
by lagoons and °Handers. Plenty of
stray chickens, geese, ducks, pigs, etch
yet remain, and beef in abundance.—
Yeti y, the Zoo-zoos are in clover.
ad seekers find their labor most pro 4
tc've as they work up toward the
of the stream ; the heaviest partii
eing of course carried the shortest
oe. A large nugget is Seldom float
the stream. So it is every thing
,end, continually, toward the source.
pure gold of knowledge l —truth and
iiness—must be sought at the fouM
s anybody waiting oh you?" said a
1 63 dry goods clerk to a girl from the
try. "Yes, sir," said the blushing
I el, "that's my feller outside.. He
dm% come in."
polit i i
abov'e Third St.,
M. W. MANN, Pliumuirrol
B OOKS, MAPS LOBES,
' PASS-BOOKS, - '
Greek, Latin, French and German Text
School Books 'used in the County
kept on hand, or immediately procured
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when
A good assortment of, Paper; Envelope's
Pens and Inks. Also, of Walt4'apers, Draw
ing Materials, Water Calors,
PRAYER Sr, HYMN" BOORS, of carious kinds
MUSIC-BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC,
Slates, Rulers, Back `Gammon Boards Chess
Nien, &c., &e, PRODUCE of all kinds taken
in exchange for Books, 4tc. i [ll-34]
OLMSTED & KELLY'S'
Q TORE, can always be found the best of
Ai Cooking, Box and Parlor
Also, TIN and SUET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS; SAP-PANS, and CAULD
s ach 'as, PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
THEIR WORK •
is'well made and the material good. Good att d .
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the County—Terms easy. • Ready Pay
of all kinds,
including Cash,, seldom refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old CoOrt
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1859.-50
4tiv . patturzs
T H tte u s n u d r e r r o s u i gn n l d g w c o o n m lti mun.ty
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
S. Ilann, where he is prepared to do
All kinds of Harness Work
on the shortest notice.
LONG STRAW COLLARS,
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a'supericfrarticle, and need but a trial to
insure their success.
Repairing donO7n, good style.
les, Martingale.' Hames, and
Hame•straps, Sm., kept constabtly on hand.
The public are invited to
,call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
S. P. MINAi
Coa&rsport Oct. 16th, liSGO. • 1 -
Purchased during the recent penis and great
. decline in Goods in New York.
Ladies Dress Goods,
HATK and GAPS.
BOOTS and SHOES,
Wool, Twine, Wall• Paper,
We respectfully invito a call, feeling confident
that we cal supply th• wants of all on terms
to their satisfaction, giving botter Goods, for
less MONEY that► can be had at any other
Hillis° k Potter or adjoining counties.
We have also added to our welt-known stook
of goods, a new and complete stock .of
PURE - DRUGS.
Paints Oils, Varnishes,
Glues. Dye Stuffs
Sponges. Corks. Bottles
Vials and Lamp-G-lobes.
Bee. &e. &e.
ALL OF WHICH
will be sold
VERY LOWEST RATES
Don't Pail to Call and See !
P. A. STEBBINS & CO.
CORNER OP MAIN AND SECOND STREETS
The Bugle Callet The War has legtuti A War
of Extermination against • Bad Teeth; Elul
• Breath; Diseafthune, Toothache, Bei- •
y441;14 - 311 Neuralgia, '
°pit ATudaraY, ! !
Dr: • Wni. 8..1-kard's '
DENTAL j TRE ; AAIIIiYi:
A complete set of Remedies fob '
PRPSERVINGI THE TEETH, -PURiFYLtiG
THE BREATH AND MOUTH; and i
CURING TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA.
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i CONTENTSi : , 1
Dr. Surd's celebrated MO ow WASH,lbottle.
Dr.Hurd's unguarid TOOTH POWDER ) ]. Zox
Dr.llsPrd's magic TOOTHACHE DROPS,Ibox
Dr. HUrd'i UNRIVALLED NEURALGL4
PLASTER. i• - ,_ L ,
Dr. Hurd's MANUAL an the Best Neans of
''Preserving the Teeth,•including .Direetions l for
the Proper Treatment of Children's 'Teeth.
FLOSS SILKfor eleanin,o between the Teel*.
TOOTH PICKS, etc., etc. t_, I
Prepared , Dr. Hurd's Dental , face; 77
Fourth St., Brooklyn, (E. D.) • 1 . ; .
Price, ONE DOLLAR; or, SIX for $5. : -
The Dental Treasury makes a package eight
Inches by five,' and is sent by exprOsi. 1
Full direction for use is on each artichi. . 1.
Th.e followmg 'articles we can send Beier
ately; by mail; iris : . 1 r •
The Treatise-on . Preserving Teeth sent, Post
paid; Oil receipt of Twelve Cents c or four
The Neuralgia Plaster, for Neitralgut in' the
Face, Nervous Headache, and. Earache, sent,
postpaid, on receipt of Eighteen cents, or six
stamps. i -
The Neural9' ui Rhe Itie Plaster ;re
- The Neuralgia anL -acumaile (lett
size,) fof pains in the Chest, Shoutldrs, Bnck,
or any part 44 the body, sent, post;paik on
receipt of Thirty-Seven Cents, j
Address WM: . rd; & po.l
Tribune Buildings, , Nen' York.
Dr. Hurd's IifoUTII WASH, I'oo'o POW
DER, and TOOTHACHE DROPS cannot be
sent by mail, lint they can probably lie obtain
ed at your Dry' gor Periodical Stores! If they
cannot, send ;to us, for the, Dental,Treasury,
price, One Dollar, which contains
NOW, I ~
ARE DR. HORD'S PREBARATIONS 600D1
The best evidence that theylare is, that their;'
firmest friendi and best patrons are those Who
have used them longest; Da. Witt.totß.
Huan is an eminent Dentist of Brooklyn.
Treasurer of the New York State] Dentists'l
Association, and these preparations have been!
used in his private practice ;for years, and' nol
leading citizen of Brooklyn or Willihmsburghi
questions their 'excellence, while eminent;
Dentists of New York recommend them as the,
best known to the profusion,. Withdut 0/0
aid of advertising; dealeri have sold them byjl
the gross: ! :
The Editor of the lirookifin,Dagti Times says
"We are liappY to know that our friend, Dr;
Hurd, is succeeding heyOnd all expectations
with his Mouth Wash and Tooth POtlder.
great secret of his 4ucces,9 rests With the fact
that his articles are precisely what they arq
represented tolbe, as we can testifyfrom their
The well-known P. T. Barnum 'writes
found your Tooth Powder so gtiod 'that m3i.
filthily have used it all tip. We; find it the
best Powder fOr the teeth that we 'everuseth .
I shall feel obliged if you will send inc another
supply at the Museum at youi e;ohveniencej
with the •I ;
But their cut is !so small that ievery one
may test the matter for himself.
Beware of the ordinary Tooth Poirders. Dr.
Hurd's Tooth Powder contains no: acid, nor
alkali, nor charcoal, and polishes with Out
Wearing the enamel: , Use no Other. ,
WHAT DOES DR, HURD'S REMPIESEFGECT
Dr. Mouth Wa.ih :ttnd nigh Powder
will give young .ladies that flnesti charm in
woman—a sweet breath and pearlyteeth. Try
them, ladies. f I j
Dr. Hurd's I Mouth Wash and Toloth Powder
will cleanse the month from all'fOul , exhala
tions, and if used in the miming; will make
the breakfast taste sweeter'and the day begin o
more pleasantly. Hundreds of persons can
testify to thisi Try them, gentlemen.
Dr. Hurd's l e lfouth Wash arid Tdoth Powder
are the best preparations in the world for cur
ing BAD BREATII and giving firmness; and health
to the gums. 1 Hundreds of cased of Diseased
Bleeding .Gems, Sore Mouth, Canker, etc.,
have been:cured by Dr. Hurd's astringent wash.
Dr. Hurd's ;Mouth Wash - arid To'oth Powder
give an additional charm 'to courtship, and
make hasbardis more agreeable to ;their wives
and wives to their husbands. They should
be used by every person having ARTIFCIAL
TEETH, whieb, aregiable to impart a taint to
Dr. Hurd's! Toothache Drops cure Toothache
arising from exposed nerves; and ire the best
friends that parents can have in the house to
save' their children from tortue and themselves
from loss of sleep 'and sympathetic suffering.
Farmers and Mechanics I you cannot well
afford to neglect your teeth. For a trifling
sum, you, can now get preservatives, than
which Roths r child or Astor can get nothing
better. Remember that Dyspepsia and Con
sumption of(the Lungs often originate in Neg
lect of Teeth. Send for the Treatise on Teeth,
and read Dr. Fitch's observation on this sub
ject. If toOate to arrest: decay in your own
teeth, save your children's teeth,
Ne t uralgla• Plasters.
Dr. ford's Neuralgia Non-aclheeive Maim
are the mostpleasant andsnccessful remedies
ever prescri, ed for this painful disease. The
patient appl es one, soon becomes
asleep, midi awakes free from pain, and 'no
blister or of ter unpleasant or Injurious I
sequences ensue: For Earache and Nervous
Headache, al ply according to 2 directiona, and
relief will Ei rely follow. , Nothing can bo tpob
tained equa to Dr. Hurd's Compress for Neu
ralgia. Tr them. They are entirely a novel,
curious, anoriginal preparation , and ,won
derfully su cessful. They are of two sizes,
one small, r the face, price 15 cents, and the
other large, for application to the body, price
37 cents. I ill be Mailed on receipt of price and
oils stamp. II •
WHAT ARE THE PEOPLE DOING '
The American people are intelligent enough
to appreciate preparations that contribute so
much to the happinesi of those :using them,
and they Want them. Every mail brings us
letters. so Me ordering the Tnzartsa ON TEETH,
some the ;4pOre.q. MA PLASTEeS, and not a few
enclosing pit tents for the Mourn , WASH, to 13e
sent by ma I; bait to those we are compelled
to reply that it is impossible to send a half
pint bottle 13y mail. The people, want these
Remedies' ' ,Who will supply them! Now is the
iL ma t
Shrewd gents can fake a small fox tune in
carrying th, se Articles around to families. The
Dental TreAsurys the neatest article that
man or Woman can carry arotind. Send f
one and Seeror, better, a dozen, ivhich we will
sell as sahaides for 87: - WM, B. PAN & CO.
I ' Tribune Beildings, ; New York.
That remittances may be made with confi
dence, VT. r. H. Ir. Co. refer to the Mayor of
Brooklyn?;, . to G.W. Griffith, Preald't Farmers'
and Citize , s' Bank, Brooklyn; and to others.
. . SOMEThING NEW I ;
riEltlY Important to the, Ladies 1 - 1
IOWNER'S PATENT#EMMER AND SHIELD - i
h lust the - thing" for ell who use the needle.
This remarkably eimile and Valle/ invention saves
olle-half the labor oUbtutd-sewing, alit coin.
pleltely protects the 'Eager from the point of
th needle, and makes a neat and 4 uniform
bewhile the operator is sewing.
NO LADY sttoULD DE WITHOUT
It h cheap, simple, beintiful, and use
gemmer and Shield Will be sent free o
onjreceipt of the price,, 25 cents.
l Asp' , i
IIOWNER'S METROPOLITAN SKEIN-W
1 1 Sewing-Mid Cow
Is an article of real merit. It is use(
0 rpose of winding, skeins cfr Threi
C tton,Yarn, Floss, Worsted, &c. It t
ii:ljusted to the work-table, and'will
fnispeasable to all itiing the above
be ng a
useful and invaluable appe
th Sewing-Bird. ~ ' i 1 •
P 50 CUL to $1 aeetudiztig to Style MIL Finish.
43 '5O per Month c an b Real
!. • ,
,ise by enterprising " Agents (wants in every
Itoin and County throughout the Unit d States
an Canada,) selling the above ar icles, as
;sails are rapid, profits large,and ha no Nina-
Vet don.. A liberal'discountl to the trade.
. ddress 'A . 1-1. Dpw4r, I
442 Broadway, New York,
Patentee and Sole Proprietor.
.8.---General and exclusive Agencies will"
'be ranted on the most liberal terms.—ml93m
*IKE DAY SCHOOL BOLL,
A l INEW SINGING BOOK FT. DAY
SC I OGLS, called the DAY ISCIIO L BELL
is now ready.; It contains about 200 pages
of hone Songs,' Rounds, Oatchei ' Dueus,
Tris, Quartetts. and Chorudes, manly of them
wri ten expressly - for this work , besides 23
pas of the Elements 'of Music. The Elf
menus s are so easy and progteisive, that ordi
nary teachers will find themselveS, entirely
successful in instructing even young scholars
to slng correctly and scientifically, while the
tunas and words: embrace such a variety of
livel, attractive and soil-stirring music and
sentiments, that jno trouble will be experi
ence. in inducing,all beginners to go on with
I in acquiring, skill in one of the. most
,1 h-giving, beauty-improving, happiness
!. ing, and order-producing exercises ot
00l life. In simplicity of its elements, in
qty and adaptation of music, and in
ellence and number of its songs; original,
ted, and adaßted, it claims by much to
1 all competitors. It will be fonnd to. be
best book aver issued for Seminaries,
emies, and Pithlie Schools. 4 few sam
ages of the Elemmts, Tunes, and Songs,
given in a eirenlar ; send and get one. It
.mpiled by 'HORACE WATERS, Author
I , Sabbath-SchbCd 'Bells.!' Nos. 1 and 2,
Bich have had 'the enormous sale of LW,-
in 36 monthS.l Prices, paper Covers, 20
ts,'sls per 100; Bountloo eenti l s, $22 per
cloth bound, 'entbossed gilt, 1 40 cents,
I per 100.
,26 copies furnished at the 100
e. Mailed tree at the retail price..
HORACE WATERS Publisher,
No. 481 Broadway, New York.
METHING FOR TEE TIMES ! ! !
NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD
JOHNS d; CROSLEY'S
raeripan. , 'Cement; Glue,!
The strongest Glue in the World
r Cementing! Wood, ,ILeailter 7 Glass,
lcory, China l ) Marble, Porcelain, • 1
. - Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc.. 1
he only article of the kind ever produc-;
.ed which Will withs'tand Water.
"Every house ,l xeeper shduld have a supplsi
Johns & Crosley's AmeriCan Cement Glue. s ll
'Few York Times. , I -
r ! 1
It, is so convCnient to have in the honse.f l
...4 - eir York Exi4ress. 1 , l
' l, ll, is always ready; this commends it to
erybody."—Ni. F. Indepiodent.
"We hay- 'ld' - nd find it r nil i-
e have trjedit, and find it as useful in
V. house as waterf—lViyrs'Spirit . of the Time'?
irlCe. 23. cents per Bottle.
,ry liberal red'uctions to Wholesale Dealeri.
TEAMS ClOll. ..
For sale 13 ) 34111 Druggists and Store ) ;
cpers generally:throughout the country. i
JOHNS , . CIROSLEX I
•', •(Scile Manufacturers.)
i 8 ‘''illtrim Street, New York. •
iorner of Liberty' treet) . jy9ly •,.
THE HEROES OF 'PEACE . 1
. AND I
I TIRE EIEROESi, OF WAR
' E. Anthony, 'SSOI Broadway, New York,
is now publishing, in addition to other por
traits, the celebrated collection knoWn in Di
mino and Atherice ns
lady's National PliologralAie Portrait Gallery,
which is included Portraits of nearly all the
pfominent men of America, not excepting Jeff
Danis, Gen Beauregard, hloyd, and a host 'of
her confederates. , Price of Portraits, $3,00
r dozen. Can be sent by mail. '
Scenes of the War for the Union,
e published, card size,' and in Stereocopic
rm. Also, •
Stereoscopic dews of scenes in Paris, Lon
n and in other parts of England and France,
gcotland, Ireland, Walcs,Holland, Switzer-
I. nd, Spain, on,the Rhine, in Athens, Egypt,
urkey, the ,1141yLand, IChinaj India, Cuba,
~ .tc., ad infinitum.
Our Instantan ,, ous Stereoscopic Views are
The Greaiest Wonder of the Age,
hese are taken MI the fortieth part of a second
And the rushing'of water,the moving. of leaves,
r the marchof an army, does not in the least
ffect the taking lof these views: They are
old fOr $3 per dor.en. l . , .
We have also on hand and manufacturethe
argest assortment of Stereoscopes, Photo
graphic Albums; and Photographic Materials
n the United States, and, perhaps in the world
Catalogues, coUtaining lists of all our For
rails, Views, Stereoscopes, &c., sent tree by
. ail, on reeeipt,bf a•stamp. •
E. ANTSONIT, 601 Broadway,
jyly near StAilichola.s Hotel, New York:
HORACE (WATERS PIANOS: ,
LODEONS. ALEXANDRE ORGANS, AND
. GILBERT ;tICO.'S Celebrated JEOLIAN
PIANOS arethe Anest instruments for Parlors
and Churches now in use. A large assort
ment can be seeal at the new Warerooms, 481
BROADWAY, between IGrand and Broome
Streets, which Will be sold at extremely, low
prices. PIANCiS and MELODEONS from stm
dry makers, new 'and second hand, to let; and
rent allowed if as per agretrneut.
Monthly pa eats received
.for the • same.
Also, second-hand Pianos and Melodeons at
great bargains; jprices I from $25 to $lOO.
Sheet Music, Music 'Books, and all kinds ofi
. Insic Merchandise at War prices.
410 RACE WATERS, Agent.
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CLIANEVISZ-11LOOD AND cult tire ffiCit•
Invalids, limbers, Mothers, Physic's**.
Philanthropists, read their Whets,' -,
instil, judge of their Virtues..
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pick Hen dach e,Foul Stoutit;
Prrtserno,P.L. 3ley I, 1814. -.
Fat. .7.0. AT Sir: I hater been reptstedfy need ut
the worst- headitcher_ any body can bale by s dose arrive
ef:your Pills.. It seems to arise front a foul stontschorbkh
they cleanse at once. If they will cure ethers is IPS, do
'rite, the feet is worth knowing. ,
Topes with:greet respect, ED. W. PRIME, -
perk: of Steamer C/ariat.
Bilious Dieorders and Liver COmplaiuti.
Derain-Ann or rim Irrintea, )
' • WASiustrros; C, 7 Feb, ISIS.
Sm s I have tired your Pills in my general and hospital
Tomlin ever since you mode them, and cannot hesitate to
say they are the best cathartic we employ. Their zen,
letting action bra the liver is quick and decided. consemnal.
ly they are an hdmirable remedy for derangements of Mat
organ. Indeed, I have seldom foundMe of bilious di..
atm so obstinate that it did not readily a,
Fraternally youri ' ALONZO BALL, M.D.,
' • - Physician of the Marine Maspig4,
• Dysentery, Relax, and Worms. •
Soft orrics, Haws", Lir. Co., MK*. Nor. IC, 18.5",
' Va. Area: Tour Pills are the perfection of medicine.
They have done my wife mom good, theft] can tell you.
She had been sick and pining away for Months. 114 4 3
Off to be doctored at great ennense,'bot got **better. She
then conOnenced taking your Pills, which soon cured bee
by evening large nnantities of worms (dead) fro,. h.;
' body. They afterwards cured bee and our Mon claim
Of bloody dysentery. Ono of one neighbors hail* bud, sad
m wife cored him with two deem M
of your od,*
ers nround us paid from five to - twenty dollars dertane
and lost much title, without being cored systiniy
men then. Such a medicine as loom ighktetrsetiso r
good and honest, wilt be prized lime.
OEO. aninv, reeinsf e r.
Indigestion and Impurity or the IllOod.
Pions Rev. J. r Ririe; Ptistor of _Adroit enure', Ratak
DR. Area: I have used yorir . Pills with extruOrdbusty
success in my family and among those I am railed to vlsit
in distress. To regulate the organs of digestion and purity
the blood they are the very best remedy I ham ever
known, and I can confidently recommend them to my
friends. Tours, : J. T. DIMES.
Wsassw, ITromon Co., N. T., Oct. 24. ISM.
Dun :I am using your Cathartic Pills in my pun
tine, and flndlltem am excellent purgative to cleanse the
laystem anal purify the fountains of the blood.
JOHN O. 31.11ACIIAM, M. D.
ErysipeleN• Scrofula, Kin's lvwil, Tetter,
Tam ors, and Salt Rhevrta.
Froin a Ihricaniing'Nercliant of R. Louis, AD. 4,181 e.
DR. ATER : Tour Pills are this paragon of all that la
groat in medicine. They hare cittect asy little daagtdar
anlcerotta sores upon her hands and feet that bad rand
incurable for years.. Her mother has been long grlevon►
ly afflicted with blotches aid pimples on her akin midis
her'hair. After our child ram cored, she also tried you
Pills, and they bare cured her. ASA MORGRIDOL,
• .BLenmaiiam e Neuralgia, and Gont.
Thom the Bee. Dr. Hawker, of the Nethodu t £pit. Mini.
PCLASK7IIOVBE, SATANNAII. GA, ZONA. 6, 1856. .
BONDI= : I shotild bemngraternl for tllarelief your
skill boa brought mo if I al mst reporrmy raise to yen.
A cold settled in my limber awti ilrought Qll . excruciating
neuralgic pains, which ended in chronic rheumatism.
Notwithstanding I had the best of physicians, the diocese
grew worse and worse, until. I.y the Achire of your exeel
lent agent in Baltimore, Dr. 31ackstaie, I tried your NIL,.
Their effects were slow, but snre.' B_tperserering in the
tor of them I am now entirely wet"
SE GATECAAJLIRR,I3ATON Dorsz, L. 5 Dec., 1555.
Da. ATER: I litlAN'torell elitkely 'CNPINI by your Pills of
libeunintic Gout=o painful Warm" that badallliCted
For Drop”, Plethora, or kindred Come
labia*, requiting au active purge, they are an axe&
For Costiveness or Constipation, and ea
a Dinner Pill, they are agreeable and eflectual.
Fits, Sumession, 'Partilysis,:intlarnmso•
lion, and even Deafness, and Parthtl
nets, Ititvo beta cuicA L rhe altoratilo action of hiss
Most of the gale: in marltet contain- Mercury, which, 6,16
Though a valnanle remedy la:skilful hands, is dangerour
in g public pill, from, the dreadful ronssqueuese that trea
'mealy follow its incautioua nee. These contain no m.
miry or mineral bubstancer. warstever.
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
FOR 7118 RAPID , CURT. OP
: • ',ENZ*, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING
• COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, lAA
I and for the 'relief of consumptive Falange fn. adrateetf
stages of the disease.
We • need not speak to the pnblic of its Thins..
Throughout every town. and elrrinot every hamlet of the
American States, its wonderful cures of puntrumary com
plaints have made it already known. Nay, few are the
families In any civilized country on this centhient withoet
some personal experience of its effects; and fewer yet the
conimunities any where which have not tOnong thine
sonic living trophy of its victory over the sante and dan
gerous diseases of the threat and lunge. White it is chi
most powerful antidote yet known to mon for the tonna.
• dable and dangerous diseases of the pulmohary ormuu. It
IR also the pleasantest und safest remedy that can be eye
ployed for, infants and young persona. Parents shoed'
have it in more against the insidious enemy that steals
upon them unprepared. We have abundant grounds to
believe the CRERRT PECTORAL Payee More lives by the cOn
aumptional it 'prevents than those iti cures: Keep it by
you, and clue your colds while they are curable; nor nes
ted, them Until no human skill can master the inexorable
canker that, fastened on the vitals. eats your life away.
All know the dreadful fatality of lung disorders, and as
they knoW too the virtues of this remedy, we need not do ,
more than to assure them it is atilt made the beet it MO •
be. We spare no cost, no care, no toil to produce It the
most perfect possible. and thus afford those who rot) , ow
It the best agent which our skill can furnish for their cure.
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Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Yu.
AND SOLD Dr
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A good essorttnent•of
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represented. As an even exchange is no rob
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, This Hotel is central, convenient by
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every particular adapted to the gents of the
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. !WRY buy an explosive Oil, when a few
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