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Humor of Soldier Life I
A private soldier, by the-name of Rich
ard Lee, was taken before the magistrates
of Glasgow, for playing - cards during di
vine service. The account of it is thus
given in the English journal :---
4, 3ergoant commanding the soldiers at
the church, and when the parson had
read the prayers he took the test. Those
who bad a Bible took it out, but this
soldier had neither lsible nor Common
Prayer Book; but pulling out a pack of
cards, he spread them out before
He first looked at one card and then an
other. The sergeant of the company saw
him and said:
•Riebard, pnt up the, cards; this is
no place for them.
.4 'Never mind that.' said richard.
'When the services was over, the con
stable • took Richard prisoner, and
brOughthim before the,mayor.
,'Well,"-says the mayor, 'what have
you brought - the soldier here for Y'
''For playing cards in church.'
g 'Well, soldier, what have you to say
'Much, sir, I hope.'
''Very . good; iflnot, I will punish you
more thou ever man was punished.'
huge beeo,' said the soldier, 'about .
six weeks - on the march. I have neither
Bible nor Common Prayer Book. I have
nothing but a pael of cards, and I hope
Cu,satisly your worship of the purity of
'Then spreading the cards before the
mayor; he began with the ace:
“When I see the ace it rewinds me
that there is but one God. •
'When•-I see the deuce it reminds me
of Father and Son.
~ W hen I see the tray it reminds me
of Father, Son rand Holy Ghost. •
•When I see the-four, it reminds me
of the four Evangelists that preached—
Matthew : Mark, Lake, and John.
•When I see the five, it reminds •mc
of the five wise virgins that trimmed their
lamps. There were ten, but five were
wise and five .were foolish, and were shut
"When I see thesis, it reminds me
that iu six days the Lord wade heaven
.W hen I see the seven i it reminds pae
that' oil the seventh day Guo rested from
the great worklieThad made,cand hallowed
"When I see the eight, it rewards me
of the eight righteous persons that Were
sated wiieu God destroyed the world,
viz., Noah and his wife, his three sons
stud their wires.
.Whcn'T. see the nine, it reminds me
of the nine lepers that Were cleansed by
our Saviour. There were nine out of
ten who never returned thanks.
'When I see the ten, it reminds me
of the T:n Ootuniandments which Gud
handed down to Moses un the tables of
'When I see the it reminds me
of the Great King Of heaven, which, is
'When I see the queen, It reminds me
of the Queen of Sheba who visited Solo
mon, for she was as wise a . woman as he
was a win. She brought with her fifty
boys and fty girls all dressed in boys'
apparel, f6r. King Salomon to toll which
were buys and whip' were girls. King
Solomon Sent for water fur them to wash;
the girls washed to. the elbows, and the
buys to the wrists, so King Solomon old
'Well;said the mayor, 'you have Riven
a des'eription of all the cards iu toe p..ch
''What is that ?'
`The knave,' said' the mayor.
' •1 will give: your honor a description
of that, too, if you will not be angry.'
I .twill Trot,' said you do
not term me to be the - knave.'; ,
'Well,' said the soldier, ‘the greatest
knave Cnit I know of is the constable
that brought me here.'
• •I du not know"; said 'the mayor, 'if
heu the greatest knave, b t I know be
is the greatest fool.'
.When I count how many spots in a
pack of cards, I find three hundred and
sixty-five—as many days 'as there are in
• 'When I count the number of cards
in a pack. I find there are fifty•two—the
cumber of weeks in a year; and 1 find
four saitsA—the uuiuber of weeks
find there are twelve picture cards
in a pack, representing the number of
months in the year; and on coslntinz the
tricks, I - find I birtcor—the number of
weeks in :a quarter. ,
"So you sec, sir; a pack of cards serves
for a Bilde, almanac, and L'umtuon Prayer
C."—llas it ever occurred to our
readers how much si ,, uiticant meaning
there is in the ; ,e well-known initaials
the Southern Confederacy ? Here is a
decade of examples :
It originated in South Carolina.
It commenced on State Capital.
It contains a suffering Community.
Its success has a Slim Chance.
Intervention beings it Small Comfort.
Its leaders invent Shameful Calumnies
, , Its people exhibit Surprising Credulity
1 , It has initiated a Suicidal Conflict.
Its women are Saucy Creatures.
. Its history will be Scorn and Contempt
The rose on the cheek and the canker
at the heart do not flourish at the same
titne ; and he who has touch to think of,
must tacd many things to'beart. -
" TEMUNION "
ARCH. STREET, -ABOVE THIRD,
UPTON B. ITWcOMEII, Proprietor. •
This Hotel !is central, convenient by. •
Passenger cars xo i all parts of the city,.and in
.very particulari adapted to the manta of the
business public.H r
• TerinSSl,so per "lay.
NATIOIVA COAL OlL!
WARRANtEb NON EXPLOSIVE!
and equal to any 4erosthle.
WHY buy au !explosive Oil, when a few
cents ,more per gallon, will furnish You with a
perfeUt Oil? Made only by
PENFA SALT AOLNUFACTURENG COMPANY,
No. 127 WalUut. Street, Philadelphia.
Feby. 1. 1861. , ly
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6 1 • IF' W kRRINER,
Jewellei and Watchmaker,
LOCATED on' Mein St., opposite the Court
Rouge, COqciersport, Pa.
Repa'ireci on short notice and warranted to
give satisfact out
A ;good assortnient of
, in hand. Cheap for CASH and warranted as
r‘:precented. AS an even exchange is no rob
bery i will givP. r you time for Money.
Coudersport i Dec. 16, 1861.
CO to 'exclonge for Tlorses, Wagons, Stock
4.5 Good Notes or Judgments. A valuable
Harrison Farm situate ku r township, Potter Co.
Pa., lying on thg old State_rund, 'railing from
Spring Mills td garrison Valley and Westfield
Pa. Containing about 110 Acres, about SO
Acres improvediand in a good state of culti
vation, on whielt is areeted a large Frame
House, good liarns, Cora -Houseand other
necessary pat-haildingi, a good Apple Or
chard containing some twenty different kinds
of Grafted Frditl.Shade Trees, Sc. The abort.
Farm lies aboutil mile from Harrison Valley.
7 miles frpm Westfield and 6 miles from Spring
Mills, MO is a good Stock and Grain Farm,
and will be sold so that any one that can make
a paYment of 3jor 4 hundred dollars down,
can make tI e farm pay fur itself with his la.:
bor. t.; , ..:2500„ for particulars inquire
of Pdter:'_.'immons now occupying said farm,
or C, H. Simmons, Oswayo Village, Pa.
C. 11. SIMMONS.
Thlajn aliove Third St.,
31. Vl'-. 51111,11, PROPRIETOR..
UOORS: I ~111.1'S, GLOBES,
French and German Text-
AU Scho4Books 'used in ate Count!)
kept on, hung, or immediutely procured
Magazines Or any Periodicals supplied when
A good assprtment of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and InksJSo, of Wall-Papers, Draw
ing 'platerials Water Colors, &c.
PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds
MUSIC-BOOKS , AND SHEET-MUSIC.
Slates, Bolt, Back-Gammon Boards Chess
M en, &c., &c. PRO , DUCE of all kinds taken
in exchange for Books; &c. [ll-34]
OLMSTED Se: KELLY'S
,Q;TOBB caW aln;:ys he .found the best of
c 3 Cooking; Box and Parlor
S 0 ES •
Also . , TIN alid SqET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES. SPID4R.S, SCOTCH BOWLS,
PRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
such as P[. d SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, COILN,L,SIIF,LLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
isjtrell mare alnd the material good. Good and
staiFtantia" EAVES -TROUGHS put up in any
pirt of the CountY—Terms easy: Ready Pay
of +ill kinds. including Cash, seldom refused.
.S.tnre on! 'Main Street opposite the Old Court
HOuse, ! CoMle l rspo4. Aug. 1, 1859.-•50
.ca ' Tyanuzz gijkip
Flint undersigned n mild respectfully inform
jl thersur'rrinnding community that he has
taken th rooms formerly occupied by John
S. 4ann; where he is prepared to do
kinds of Harness Work.
on thmsliorte'st notice. .
• LONG STRAW COLT, .RS,
also kept cemstantly on hand. These collars
ate a superior article, and need but a trial to
insure their Success.
Repairing done in good style.
Sureingles; Martingale-rings, Flames, and
Hame•straps, dm], kept constai.tly on hand.
The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasini! elsewhere.
S.' P. MINAR.
the &filar A:the
R for 10 cents.per pound
orders. token et 85 cents on
Poit Office Store.
Purchased during the recent panic and groat
decline in Goods in New York.
Ladies Dress Goods,
HATS and CAPS.
BOOTS and SHOES,
Wool, Twine, Wall• Paper,
We respectfully invite a cull, feeling confident
that we can supply the wants of all on terms
to their satisfaction, giving better Goods :for
less MONEY than can be had at any other
Mouse in Potter or adjoining counties.
We have also added to our well-known stock
of goods, a new and complete stock of
Paints" Oils. Varnishes,
Glues. Dye Stuffs
Sponges. Corks. Bottles
Vials and Lamp-Globes.
&e. &c. &c.
ALL OF WHICH
will be sold
VERY LOWEST RATES
Don't Fail to Call and See !
P. A. STEBBINS & CO.
CORNER OF MAIN AND SECOND STREETS
The Bugle Calls ! The War las, Begin! A War
, -of Extermination against Bad Teeth, Bad
Breath, Diseased Gums, ToOtbache, Eai
. ache, and Neuralgia.: I I
OUR ATILLERY, 113 i' ! '
Dr. Wm. B. Iliird'O
DENTAL'. TREAS URY :1
' 1 A complete set of Reniedies for • 1 , '
!PRFSERVING THE TEETH. PURIFYING
THE BREATH AND MOUTH. and i
CURING TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA.
.. ,RONTIITS :,'
Or. Hurd's celebrated. Mb Ura WA SlT,l l :bottle.
;Dr-Ilurcl's unequaled TOO Thr,Po 11' D E 4 7 1 box
Dr.litmd's magic MONZA c.ug nwors.l &ix
Dr...ffurd's UNRIVALILEL! NE URAL Gli4
Dr. Eitrd's MANUAL on the Best ,Ileans of
Preserving the Teeth, including'Directions for
the Proper Treatment ojir
. oiictren i s Teeth.
,FLOSS SILK farsleanrg between the Teeth.
TOOTH PICKS, etc., e c:
Prepared, at Dr. Hurd's Dental .oflibe,' ' . 7
Fourth St., i3rooklyn, (E. D. . .1
Price, ONE DOLLAR: or, SIX for S 5. 1 .
The Dental Treasury innhes a 'package eight
inches by fto, and is sent by express.' I 1
Full direction for usd is on each article.
The following articles we
. can send Separ
ately, by mail, viz : 1 1 i
The Treatise on :Preserving Teeth . sent' ? post
'pall, on receipt of Twelve Centsi or font.
istardps. : .
The Neuralgia Plaster, for; Neuralgia; in the
!Face, Nervous ileadachz, add Earache,
postpaid, ou.receipt of :Eighteen cents; or six
'tamps. 1 : .
The Neuralgia ani ltheuinatee Plaster] (large
siz?.,) for pains in the Chest, Shoulders, Back,
Or any part of the body, sent, post-paid, on
ieceipt of Thirty-Seven cents. • - '
Address Wrn. Hurd 'B.r. CO.
Ttibune I3uildlngs New York.
Dr. Hurd's 7IIOUTII 3VASiT, TOOTHA"OW
DER, and TOC/THACEIE DROPS cannot lie
sent by mail, bat They can probably be obtain
ed at your Drug or Periodical Stores. Zf they
cannot, scud to us for the Dental Treasury,
rice, One Dollitr, which contaius theni.
. • i
ARE GR. HURD'S PREBARATIONS GOOD
The best evidence that they areds, that their
firmest friendsarid best patrons are Weise Who
have used thedi longest. Da. WILI:IAM ;B.'
Hum) is an :eminent! Dentist of BrOoklyn.
Treasurer of the NeW York.' State Dentists'.
ssociation, and these preparations have been
used in his private practice for years, mid tita
leading citizen of Brooklyn or Willianisburgh
questions their , excellence, While eminent
belitists of New)7ork recommend them as the
est knowd to the profession. Without the
Aid of advertising, dealers have sold them by
The Editor of the Brooklyn Daily Times says :
','We arc happy to know that our, friend, Dr.
Hurd, is succeeding beyond all expcetations
with his Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder. The
great secret Obis success rests:with the Met
that his articles are precisely what they-are
represented toWe, as we can testify frdm their
The well-known P. T. Barnum writes :--"I
founcyoUr Tooth Powder so good that my
family have used it all up. We find it the,
best Powder for the teeth that we ever used.
I shall feel:obliged if you will send me another
Supply at the Museum at your coni•eniertce,
With the bill."
But their cost. is so smaill.that every One
May test the matter for hiMself
Boivare of the ordinary Tooth Powders. Dr.
Hurd's Tooth ;Powder contains no acid, nor
alkali, nor charcoal, polishes Withbut
Wearing the enamel. Use no :other. 1 I
WHAT DOES DR. HURD'S REMEDIES EFGECTI
Dr . Hurd's r ifoath Wash 'add, Toothi Powder
will give „young ladies that finest charm in
woman—d sweet breath and pearly' teeth. Try
them, ladies. •
Dr. Hurd's : Mouth Wash; and Toot/u Powder
Will cleanse the mouth from ,all foul 4exhala
tions, and if Used in the morning, will ralda.
',he breakfast: taste sweeter and the dAy begin
I.)ore pleasantly. Hundreds of persons tan
testify to this'. Try them, gentlemen..
Dr. Hurd'S Mouth Wash and ToothL"c4d, r
are the best'preparations in the , Corld for cur
ing BAD BREATH and giving firnini.ss and health
.0 the gums.; Hundreds of cases of Disedsed
llleeding Gdms., Sore Mouth, Canker, etc.,
have been cored by Dr. Irpird's astringent wash.
Dr. Hued Mou th Wash and Toothi Poteder
give an additional ehartn l to courtship, and
*lke husbands more-agreanWe to their wives
'and Wives to their huslaands 'lmy', should,
he used by every person having ARTIFCIAL
iTEETIL which are liable to impart a : taidt to
Dr. Hurd's To9thachelDrops cure TOolrac-1 lc
arising from exposed nerves, and are tIM llest
:friends that parents can have in the house to
save their children from tortue and themselves
from loss of; sleep and syMpathetic s . ntrezirig.
Farmers and Ilechnnics I ydii cannot 'well
afford to neglect your teeth. Fora trilling
sum, you can now get Preservatives, than
i which Rothschild- or Astor can get ;nothing
• better. Remeniber that Dyspepsia and gon
sumption of the Lungs often originate in Neg
lect of T th. !Send for OM Treatise on
and read Dr. Fitch's übseriation on this .sub
ject. If too late to arrest 'decay in ygur Own
teeth, save your children'slteeth.
Nukaigia. P afters.
Dr. Hurd?s Neuralgia NeM-adhesive Pbielers
are the most pleasant and Successful remedies
ever prescribekfor this painful disease.. The
patieut applies one; soon beeornes drowsy,flills
asleep, and awakes free from pain,. and no
blister or other unpleasant or injurious con
sequences ensue. F...rr Earache and Nervous
Headache, apply according to directionsAtnd
relief Will surcly follow. Nothing can be ob
tained equal to, Dr. Hurd's; CoMpressfor p;;'en
ralgia.. Try them. They are entirely a niavel,
curious, andoi7ginal preParation, and won
derfully successful.. They are of two sizes,
one small, for the face, price 15 cents, and the
other large!, for application to the bdtly, price
37 cents. Will be, mailed on receipt of price and
one.atamp. • -
WHAT ARE THE PEOPLE DOING ?
The American people are intelligent enough
lo apprechitc preparations that contribute •so
much to the happiness of. those using them,
and they irant them. Every mail lirings.us
letters. some orderin g the TREATISE as TRETII,
some the NEURAI.GIAPLASTEIIS,.RIRI not a few
enclosing 3 - 1 cents fur the Mount WA:sn i to be
sent by =tit ; but tojthose we are compelled
to reply that it is impossible to send, a ihalf
pint bottleJ, by mail. The pedj)le want these'
Remedies.; IV/io rclll supply Meld Now is the
Shrewd [agents can make a:Small fotllinein
carryiii,g these artielei aroithd to families: The
Dental Treasury is the neatest article that
man or woman can carry around. Sebd
one and see, or, better, a dozen, which We w ill
sell as samples for ST. WM, B. HARP Se,
Tribune Buildings, Neil' York.
That remittances may be made with 'confi
dence, B. 4. & Co. refer to the ;Mayor of
Brooklyn to G.W. Griffith, Presid't Farmers'
and Citizens' Batik, Brooklyn, and to others.'
SOMETHI*G - NEW
Eighty Impoitiutt to the tallies • -
DOWNER'S PATENT 'HEMMER AND_'SHIELD
Is "just the thing". for
j all who nee the needle.
This renfrirkably simpre ddnovel:invcntion saves
one-half the labor Or hitUd::seiving, 'as it com
pletely protects -the finger; from the pOint of
the needle, -and tualti, a nefit and uniform
hem while the .operatiit seWing.. •
NO LADY : SITOULi BE WITHOUT IT.
It is cheap, simple, beautiful, and useful. The
IfemMerand Shield wlillbe sent free.of charge
on receipt'cif the prie4 25- cents.
Enehise stamp for d4criptive circular and
terms. ' . Jj ;
. ALp?, •
DOWNER'S METROPOLJITAN SKEIN-WEINDE.R
Sewing-Bira j ,Combined
Ts an article of real merit. lt is `used for the
purpose of winding skeins of, Thread, Silk,
Cotton,Y:arn, Floss. Wiirsted, Sce. It is readily
adjusted to the work4,ahle, and will be found
indispensable to all Ming the- above articles,
being a useful, and tur f luable• appendage to
the gew tv•-•Bird. L
Price 50 * cm. to $1 accotaig to Style and Finish.
slso' per MO4h can be Real
ized enterprising .Agents (wanted in every
town and County throU'ghout the United States
and Canada,) selling; the above. articles, as
sales are rapid. protitS large, and has no com
petition? A liberal Oseount to the trade. •
442 Ihjoadway, New York,
Patentee and Sole. Proprietor.
N.13.-General aneexclusive Agencies will
be granted-on the rnoatiliberal terms,---inl93in
THE DAY ...41610011.. BELL,
A NEW SINGIN(4I BOOK FOR DAY
SCHOOLS, called !thel DAY SCHOOL' BELL
is now ready.- It eontains about 200 pages
of choice Songs, Rciiiiids, Catches, Meats.
Tries, Quartetts, an&Chortises, many of them
written expressly 1 . 1?r1 this work, besides. 23
pages Of the ElcihentS of Music. The Ele•
ments are so easy and prcigresslve, that ordi
nary teachers will_tiMl themselves, entirely
successful in instructing even young scholars
to sing correctlx- and Iscientifically, while the
tunes and words embtace such a Variety . ,r
lively,; attractive and 'soul-stirring mu - :.e and
sentiments, that nu trouble experi
enced in inclucingall beginners in go-oh with
zeal in acquiring skill ,in one -of the most
health giving, beitity-improVing, happinesS
yielding, add order-producing exercises of
school! life. - In simplyity of its elements, in
yarietY and adaptation of music,- and in
excellence and number kif its Songs, original.
selected, and adapted, 't claimsnby much to
exceltill competitors.: it will be found to be
the best book ever; is s ued 'for Seminaries,
AcadeMies, and Public Schools, A few sam
ple pages of the Munn -I ts, nines, and Songs.
are giVen in a circular: send land get one. It
rs compiled by HORACE WATERS, Author
of "Shbbath-School :Hells." Nos. 1 and 2,
of which have had the enormous sale of 655.-
000 in 36 months. Prit'es, Paper covers, 20
cents, per 100; Boimd, 3U cents., $22 per
100 cloth bound, eMbossed gilt, 40 cents,
S3O per 100 25 copies furnished at the 10it
price.; Mailed tree tit, the retail price.
HORACE WATERS, Publisher,
No. 4SI HiMadiviiv, New York.
FOR T.4E. TIMES!!!
A NECESSITY IN
. EVERY HOUSEHOLD !
American Oerne - nt Glue,
The strongest (;flue iu the World
For Cementing Weld, Leather, Glass.
ivory, China; .3iarlile Porcelain,
Alooaster, 4o e, COrol, etc..
The only article oflthe kind ever produc
ed which Will withstand Water:'.
• I:7ILACTS :
“EVery housekeeper should have a suppb
of-Johns & Crosl4sliktiterienn Cement Glue
"It is so' convenient to have irthe.house.!*
__....Vea• York Exilc.‘l.l
"Itis always ready r this commends it to
''We have tried it.!and find it as useful in
our hOuse as water.':'—'Wilkes' Spirit of Menthe:
Price 25 gpe,Ols per nottle.
Very liberal reduCtiOns to <Wholesale Dealers.
TERMS CASH. • •
Fo- sale by' DruggistS and Shire
keepers generally thrOnghout the country.
• JOHNS & CIIOSLEY,
78 William Street; New York.
'Corner of Liberty Street.) IY9IY
THE HEROES Or-PEACE
1 ' ;.A.iin i 1
THE UTEROES Or WAR 1
E.I Anthony, N 0.501. 'BroadWay, New York, t
is noW publishing,. in addition to other patt-
traits, the celebrated collection known in Ell
, , , -c.
rope and America as , •
Brad,o Nation7l,Plidtographie Portrait Gallehl,"
in which is included;POrtraiis of nearly all tile
prominent men Of Ainerica, riot excepting 4.11'
Datis, Gen Beauregard, Floyd, and a host lof
otter; confederates. , I Brice of Portraits, $3,00
per dozen. Can' be - Sent by mail. I
Scenes of the liNtrar for, the Union,
are published, card; size, and in Stereocopic
formi Also; . 1 I - •
Stereoscopic views Of scenes in Paris, Lan
don, itnd in other partglof England and Prane,
in Sletland, Ireland; Iyales,Polland, Switzer
land Spain, on the 'll.nine, in Athens, Egypt,
Turley, the Holy 4and, China, India, Cuba,
&c.,1-c., ad infinitunt. I
Our Instantarmoua Stereoscopio Views a
The Greatest IVOderlof the Age. 7
These are taken m th... 4 fortielth part of a seccmd
and the rushing of Waler,the l moving of leases.
or the march of an army, does not in the lest
affect the taking of these views. They aro
sold , for $3 per dozent . 1
The have also on hand anti manufacture ,he
largest assortment iof Stereoscopes, Photo
graphic Albums, and IPhotographic 3latelals
in the United StateS, and perhaps in the w rid
Catalogues, contriiiiing lists of all our Por
traits, Views, Stereesopes, &c.r, sent tree by
mail, on reeeipt,ofri stamp.,
E. _ANTHONY, 501 Broadway,
'jyly near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York. l
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lIORACEI WATERS , PIANO
MELODEONS, ALEXANDRE ORGANS, 4,
T. GILBERT Ji CO.'S eciebratea SOLI
PIANOS are the finest instruments for Parh
and Churches now: is use. A large ass;
merit can be seen at the new Warerooms,
BROADWAY, betrVeen Grand and Drool
Streets, which willlbe sold at extremely' 1
,prices. PIANOS and MELODEONS from s •
dry makers, new and second hand, to let, ,
rciii allowed if Ipurchaied, as per agreeme
Monthly paytnent received . for the ' sat
Also, second-haUd I Piano§ 'and Melodeon
greet I binning', prices from $25 to sl'
Sheet 3lnsic,'Mnsie Books, and all kindi
Music Merchanais,el at War,pricss.
HORACE WATERS, .Agenl
I: , '
:i r Great : Cities.
We, the undersigned Mayors, hereby eer.:
tify that 'the Druggisti; Apothecaries, and
Physicians of our several cities have signed
a document of assurance to us that A:YEWS
SARSAPARILLA has been found: to be
a remedy of great excellence, and worthy
the confidence of the community.
HON. JADI_ES COOK', • •
Mayor of Low - ELL, MASK.
HON. 4LBIN BEARD,
May - or of NASHUA, N. H.
HON. E. W. HARRINGTON,
mayor : of MANCHESTER, N. z a ,
HON. JOHN ABBOTT, •
Mayor of CONCORD, N. H.
HON. A. a BULLOCK,
Mayon of WORCESTER, ,MASS,
HON. NATH'L SILSBEE,
Mayor of SALEM, MASS,
HON. F. W. LINCOLN, Jr.,
Mayor of BOSTON, MASS.
HON. WM. M. ±I.ODMAN,
Mayor of PROVIDENCE', R. I.
HON. AMOS W. JPRENTICE,
Mayor of NORWICH, CONN.
now. •J. N. - }IARBIS
- Mayor of NEW LONDON, CONN;
HOW. CHAS. S. RODIER,
Mayor of MONTREAL, C. E.
HON. D. •-l'•-TIE3YIANN,
Mui , or of NEW YOB.H CITY.
Mayor 'of waivITT , TON, C. W.
HON. ADAM WILSON,
Mayor of TORONTO, C. W.
HON. R. H. BISHOP,
- MayOr of CINCINNATI, OHIO
HON. I. H.' CRAW VORD;
Mayor of LOULSYTT:uP, Mr.
HON. JOHN' SLOAN,
• • Mayor of LYONS, lOWA.
HON. JAMES MePEET.ERS,
Mayor of BOWMANVILLE, O. W.
HON. JAMES W, NORTH, 1
Mayor of AUGUSTA. NEE.
HON. HENRY COOPER, Jr.,
Major of Ti T o acs.
HON. JAMES S. BEER', -
m.ayor'of FREDERICTON, N. B.
HON. WILLARD NYE,
Mayor of NEW BEDFORD, MASS.
HON. 3. BLAISDELL,
Mayor of FALL RIVER, MASS.
HON. W. H. CRANSTON,
mayor of NEWPORT, R. I.
HON. FRED STA - AL; •
Mayor of GALENA,' ILL.
HON. JOHN - 4 ODG-Dl9',
3layor of DatITQUE, lOWA.
HON. THOMAS CP,IITCH.ELD,
Mayoic of CHATTTOOGA, TENN.
EON. ROBERT JjLA.T.II, - .
Mayor of T#SCALOOSA, ALA.
Mayor of ).I.IELIPMS, TENN
HON. GERA_RD BT=,
Mayor cf NZW Or.LE.LI.NS, LA
HON. .D. 5CRA.717017,'
Mayor of F.OO.TEESTER, N.
HON. DE WIT C. GROVE, .
Mayor of UTICA., IT. Y.
HON. GEO. '
Mayor of. PIT:TSBOII.G, PA.
HON. C. 31, 1 P-DffaL,
Mayor o DETROIT,
HON. H PISEAN L. PAGE,
Mayor of 1171'.W.A.UICIE,
HON. W. W. VAUGITINT; '
Mayor of Z,3C11 , WIB
HON. A.l BARR,
. Mayor: cf EMNOSECA, 18.
HON. JOHN C. HAIL ES, -1
Mayor of cnic4fao, ILL.
HOE. M. 3. A. HEATH,
Mayor of SELMA, ALA.
Certify that the resident Druggists nave
Ayer , s. Sarsaparilla
la an excellaut romety, and worthy the con
fidCuCe of the community.
. . .
For Spring Diseases.
For Purifying the
For Scrofula or King's Evil.
For Tumors, ClcerS; and Sores.
For Eruptions and Pimples.
For Blotches, Blaizis, and Boils.
For St. .A.uthony 9 s!lzirc, Rose, or Ery.
For Totter.. or Salt Hherun. • rsipelas.
For Scald'Head and Hingworm.
For Cancer and Caticerous Sores.
For Sore Eyes, Sore Ears, and humors.
For Female Diseases.
For Suppression and Irregularity.
For Syphilis or Venereal Diseases.
For Liver Complaints.
For Diseases of - the Heart. -
The Mayors of the chief cities of the UM
ted States, Canadas, and British Provinces.
Chili, Peru, Brazil,' Mexico, and in fact al
met all the cities on this continent, have
signed this document, to assuro their people
what remedies they may use with safetYand
confidence. But our space will only admit
a portion of them., , -
Ayer'S Cherry .Peetoral,
Ayer's. Pills, and
Ayer's Ague Cure!,
lir. 3. c. Ayer kic co., :. •
A 44 sold by Druggists every where.
Sold bY C. & EliA. Jones, CondersPott
Munn & Nichols, 1111:iiort ; Colwell & Lfacisti
Roulet . ; A: Corey db on, Ulysses; A B: 1304=
ton, Cnshingville ; and by Dealers s'etlizali7