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is original engravings of new inventions and
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ray contains illustrated descriptions of near
y all the best inventions as they come out,
sat each number contains an Official List of
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'suited States Patent Office during the week
Jrevions ; thus giving a correct history of
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- busplacing in our possession all that is trans
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ntitute an unparalleled Conservatory of the
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HARPER'S. PICTORIAL • HISTORY
or - • •
THE GREAT REBELLION
bfesirs. Harpers 4. Brothers have commenc
ed the issue in Num bers of a complete History
of the Great Rebellion in the United States.
The work has been for many months in course
of preparation, by a writer every way qualified
for the task.
The Introduction contains a clear and 811C
cinct account of the forniation of the Confed-'
eracylof the States; the formation and adop- '
lion of the Constitution of the United States,
and the establishment of the National Govern-
merit; the origin, developement and proiressi
• of the doctrines of Nullification and Secession, 1
and the various phases iwhich they assumed'
until their final culmination in the - Great Re-
The History comprisea full aeconnt,drawn.
from/the most authenti c sources, ail 'the
Events of the, War; the intrigues of the South
ern leaders at home ands abroad; the gradual
defection of one section; the great Uprisingl
of the 'People for the maintenance of the Na-'
Venal Life and Existence; the rapid creation I
of an immense Army and Navy; and the Bat
ties by Land and Sea.
" The Illustrations comprise Portraits of all
those who have borne a prominent part in the
struggle; Maps of the. different localities;
Plans of the leading actions; Views of every
scene of interest, and of the most important
Battles. These illustrations are mostly from
draivings taken on the spot by artists deputed
for that purpose to accompany every division
of °Ur Army and Navy.
Every facility at the command of the Pub
lishers has been employed in the preparation
and execution-of this work h • and they confi
deritty believe it will form the most trustwor
thyi and valuable hfstory which, can be pre
parLed of the Great Stiuggle for the American
Mode and Terms of publication The work
will be issued in Numbers, consisting of 24
pages of the size of Icarper'e Weekly, printed
frchn c!ear type, upon; fine paper, and will
prObably be completed In Twenty Nutthers.
rlhe numbers will be issued at intervals, if
possible, of about three or four weeks.
The price of each number, which contains
matter equivalent to an ordinary volume, will
be Twenty-five Cents. •
, The Illustrations inleach number are alone
worth the price asked/ Men out of employ-
Melt, especially Sick or Disabled Sold ers,can
find no other work sox sure of ready sale and
Fpr further particulars' apply to the publishers
HARPER & BROTHERS,
Franklin Square, New York.
The New York Tribune 1863.
; TIE NEW YORK TRIBUNE, first issued in
3.84,1, now in its twnty-second year, has ob
tained a larger and more widely diffused cir
culation than any other newspaper ever pub
lished in America. Though it ins sufferea,
in common with otbeijournals, from the' vol.
•unteeriug and departure of tens of thousands
Of its patrons to serve in the War for the
union, its Circulation on the 6th of December,
1862, is as follows:
(Prominently a journal of News and Literature,
;The Tribune has political convictions which
are well characterized by the single word Re
'PUBLICAN. It is Repnblizan in its hearty ad
hesion to the great truth that "God has made
of one blood all nations of men"—Republican
in lti(assertion of the equal and inalienable
rights of all men to "life, liberty -and the pur
suit of happiness"—Republican in its stead
fast, earnest, defiant hostility to every scheme
and effort of the slave power, from the Alines
ation of Texas to the great Rebellion,to grasp
the Empire of the New • World - and wield the
resources of our country for its aggrandize
meat—Republican in its antagonism to the,
aristocrats and despots of the Old World, who
fondly hail in the perils and calamities thrust
upon us by their ; American counterpart the
overthrow and ruin of the Model Republic—'
Republican in its pope and trust, its faith and
effort, that this - atrocious -Rebellion must 're
sult in the signal Overthrow of its plotters,and
the firm establishment of equal rights and'
equal laws throughout the whole extent of our
country, wherein Liberty and Union shall
indeed "be one and inseparable" henceforth
and forever. • 0
I THE Tatnnss devotes attention in calmer
times, and to some extent in these, to Educa
tion, Temperance, Agriculture, Inventions,
I and whatever else mny minister to the spiri
tual and material progress and well-being of
mankind; but for the present its energies and
its columns are mainly devoted to the invigor
ation and success of the War for the Union.
Its special correspondents accompany every
considerable army and report every- important
incident of that, great struggle which we trust
is soon to :result in the signal and conclusive
triumph of the National arms and in the res
toration of Peace and Thrift to our distracted
and bleeding ;country. We believe that. no
otherwise can a fuller or more accurate vieti•
of the progress4iud character of this momen
tous conflict be obtained than through the
regUlar perusal of our columns. And we ear.-
neatly solicit the co.operation'of all feends of
the National cause, which we regard and up
hold as that of - Universal Humanity, to aid us
in extending its circulation.
The enormous increase in the price of print-
ing paper and other materials used in printing
newspapers, compels us to increase the'price ,i
of the Tribune. Our new terms are : •
Single Copy 3 cents.
blairsubscribers, 1 year (311 issues) $$
One Copy,' one year (104 issues) $3
Two copies, one year . 5
Five copies, one year ' 12
Ten copiet, one year 22 SO
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Three copies, one year 5
Five copies, one year • ' ' 8
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Any later number, addressed tc names of
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and any larger number. at same price.. -An
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Address, . THE TRIBONE;,
Tribune Buildings; New York.
When drafts can be prOcured kia ranch
Safer than to remit Bank Bills. The name of
the Post-Office an 4 stito.uld in_class
ba" plainly written. - • ••• .
gigs . gof
THE unders tf ac : i n eee
thesarroungo y that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
S. Mann, where he is prepared, to, do . „
kind of Hariois WOrk
wow oortes.l.•potice. ; g, .
LONG STRAW COLLARS.
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a superior article, and need but a trial to
insure their success:' ,
Reppiringllinie in goodsti4;
Surcfngles, 'Martingale-rings, Mimes, and
Hame -straps, &c., kept constantly on hand.
The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
• S. P. M.INAR.
Cocdersport Oct. 16th, 1860.
..:SO3 . IETITRiG !-
Highlylzapertaat to the ladies!
DOWNER'S PATENT HEMMER•AND SHIELD
Is "just the thing" for all who use the needle.
This remarkably aimi* and novel invention saves
one-half the labor of hand-sewing, as it com
pletely protects the anger from the point of
the needle, and makes a neat an uniform
hem while the .operator is sewing._ •
140 , 1.ADY- SHOULD BE- WiyHOTIT IT -
It is cheap, beautiful, - mat useful. - The
Hemmer and Shield will be sent free of charge
on receipt of the price, 25 cents.
Enclose stamp for descriptive circular and
DOWNER'S METROPOLITAN SKEIN-WEINDER
Sewing-Bird .Combined• '
Is an article of real merit. It is used fur the
.winding skeins - of Threadi silk;
Cotton,Yarn, Floss, Worsted, ikc. It is readily .
adjusted' to the work-table; and will be found
indispensable to all using the above articles,
being a useful and invaluable appendage to
Price 50 bts. - to $1 according to Style and Finish.
$l5O per Month can be Real
ized by enterprising Agents (wanted in every
town and County throughout the United Stares
and Canada,) selling the above articles, as
sales are rapid, profits large, and has no com
petition. A liberal discount to the trade.
Address A, H. I)ownei.",
442 Broadway, New York,
Patentee'and Sole Proprietor.
N.B.—General and exclusive Agencies will
be granted on the most liberal terms.-4nl93ni
For upwards of three years past, I, have
been engaged in a business, which has yielded
me at the rate of Three Thousand Dollars per
annum, but being desirous of going to Europe
iu.the course of a few months for the purpose
of there introducing the basinesS, I am willing
to teach it to any one who will send me One
Dollar. The business-is no humbug, but of a
highly useful and general character, adapted
both to cities and villages, and one that any
person of ordinary capacity, young or old.
male or female, cap acquire with a few hours' I
practice, and by which they cap secure a very
handsome income. Several young ladies who
have received instructions `from mc,, both in'
New York State and Pennsylvama, are earn
ing upwards of Fifteen Dollars pet week by it,-
and there is no reason why any one else can
not do the same Invalids. aeon. can do well
by it,' as it is no peddling affair, but a business
that is perfectly respectable. Gentlemen and
ladies of leisure ss ho would like to learn the
business for their own amusement or pleasure,
will find the practice of it a pleasant pastime,
and one that they will'take great interest in.
On receipt of One Dollar rwill send printed
instructions by which any person can readily
acquire the art, and these InstrUctions will
also contain every particular relative to the
carrying - it on so. thatit will be highly profit
able. The purchaser s of the "printed instrue- -
tions" will 'also be authorized to teach it to
others; andi have sometimes received as high
as,Two Hundred Dollars for teaching it' per
sonally to a single individual. I would state
further, that TWD Dollars and Fifty Cents or
Three Dollars will buy everything that is
necessary to commence the business with,
and the articles can be got:almost anywhere,
in city or country, or, if preferred, I can fur
nish them. Addrees,
ALYORD T. PARSONS,
. No. 36 Liberty Street, New York.
SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES!!!
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD !
JOILNS & CROSLEY'S
American Cement Glue,
The strongest Glue in the World-
For • Cementing Wcod, Lea the Glass,
Ivory, China, Marble, Parr. lain,
• Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc,
The only article of the kind everiprodnc
ed which will withstand Water-
"Every housekeeper should have a supply
ofJohns k Crosley's American Cement Glue."
—New York Times.
"It is so convenient to have in the house."
—New rork Express. . .
"It is always ready; this commends it to
"We have tried it, and find it as useful in
our house as water."— Wilkes'Spirit of the Times
• Price 25 Cents periElOttle.
Very liberal redactions to Wholesale Dealers
• For sale by all Druggists and Store
keepers generally throughout the country.
• JOHNS St °ROBLEY,
18 William Street, lievr York.
(Corner of Liberty• Street.) jy9ly
Noe. 9,1, 13, 15, I?. COURTLANDT 9TREET
Near Broadway, NUM , York City.
This old-established and, favorite resort Of
the Btfsiness community has been recently re.
fitted, and is complete' in everthing that can
minister to the comfort of its patrons. Ladies
and Families are specially and carefully pro
It is centrally located in theliusiness part
of the city, and is contiguous to the principal
lints of steambnats,. cars, omnibuses,, ferries.
In consequence of the pressure .caused by
the Rebellion, prices have been reduiced to
ONE, DIALAE..AND FIFTY CENTS P I ER DAY.
A* table is amply supplied with all the
luxuries of the season, and is equal to that of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample accommodlitiona are offered for up.
ward of 400 guesta.
Dr it belle
..io no: Sieve runners, hackmen,and Others
; who may say !.‘the Western Hotel is; full."
D. D.VINCHESTER P.toi)rieter.
-,i nos. D. Winchester. [ fyl9
The Rochester - Straw-Cutter.
e k taisz.ED,s, RALLy, - ,Ccndersport. have.
ilietefelnsiire-agericy for this belebrat e ed
machine, in this county. It is covenient, du
able, and CHEAP. :Dee. lilg6o:—lT
• • Atir•-
0101 - OED ;
t' TORE can aw:ays yi.sci,u3 F ia the of
1 , 7 Cooking, BOi and Parlor
T 0 VE
Also, TIN and; SHET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES. 'SPIDERS; "SCOTCH , BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS; SAP-PANS, 'and *CAULD
• ' Agricultural InTleinenta,
such 'as PLOWS; SCRAPERS.--CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, MORSE-RAKES,
' •THkIR WORK
is well made and the material good. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any 1
part of the .County—Terms easy. :Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, 'seldom. refused.
Store on' Main Street opposite the Old Court
House,' Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1859.-50
A ctirefully selected stock of
Just arriving from New York, 'such as
DRY GOODS, • '
BOOTS 4- SHOES,
HATS Sr CAPS,
Cheap for Ready-pa
10,000 Busbeia ASHES and 50 bbls
. • Wanted.
t 4 2
- ' 0
BroolslanA, Pa., Nov. 17, 1862.
THE HEROES OF PEA
THE IIIEROV:4-OF WAR
E. Anthony, N 0.501 Broadway, New York,
now publishing, in addition to other por
traits, the celebrated collection knoyfn in Eu-
rope anti America at
Brirdy' N " Phr
dy'4, .National Photographic Foitr.dit Gallery,
to which is included Portraits of nearly all the
prominent men of Arnelica, not excepting Jeff
Davis, Gen Beauregard,•Floyd. and a host of
other confederates. Price of Portraits, 3,00
per doien. Can be sent by mail.
Scenes of the War for the Union,
are- published, card size, and in Stereocopic
Stereoscopic views of scenes in Paris, Lon
, don, and in other parts of England a'nd France;
in Scotland„lreland, Wale; Holland, Switzer
te...<l, Spain, on the Rnine, iu Atliehs, Egypt,
Turkey, the Holy Land, China, India, 00..4
&c., Sc., ad infinitum.
Ourlnstantaneous Stereoscopic yiews are
The. Greatest Wonder of the Age.
These'are taken in the fortieth 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' the• taking of these view; They are'
sold for $3 per dozen. I
We have also on hand and manufacture the
largest assortment of Stereoscopes ; ' Photo
graphic Albums, and Photographic Materials
in the United States, and pelitapsin the world
Catalogues, containing. lists of all our Por
trai6, Views, Stereoscope; kc., sent tree by
mail; on receipt of a stamp.
E. ANTHONY, 501 Broadway, .
jyly near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York.
" THE "UNION "
ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD,
UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. ' •
,This Hotel is .central, convenient
Passenger cars to all parts of the city, and in
every particular adapted to the wants of- :he
Terms I 50 per day.
NATRONA coal ; OIL
; WARRANTED NN EXPLOSIVE t
and equal to any Ker'dkne.
WHY buy an explosive Oil, when a kw
cents more per gallon will furnish you with a
perfect OR? Mad', only by_
PEAN'4I3ALT MANUFACTIIIt* COMPANY.
No. 127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.l
yeby. 1. 1862.. - ly
For Sale or to Let.' •
TEE Steam Saw and Grist Mill at Germa
'l.42olAbbot township, Potter r ottutyi . Pa;
Doitig excelle:ot. rflial rate staiiif
for an industrious man with some capital
Thhse reflecting must apply soon to
WILLIAM RADDE, 300 BroadWity, I,PY.
, Or 84 , the'lliltat Genitipia.
august 27,1863. ; •
The_ • Partnership. heretoforeivd under th
rm . of
aria day 4ipaolved
by, the' ivithdrai. - 41 of 'the, undersigned.,.
*diettiser, ng been 'restored to.
*- health , in a few - w eke by a . lvery
remedy, after - hating suffered 'several years
with.4a severelenraff ction, and - that dr ead
disease, Consumption is anx ious to> make
known to. his fellow-aniferers the means - of
cure. To. all who dfsire it, be will send a j
copy; toe prescription used (free of charge.)
with . the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will 'find a sure Cori for
Consumption, Asthma , Bronchitis, The on-.
ly object of the advelser in sending the Pre
scription is to benefit ibe afflicted, and spread
information which he.oriceives to be involute.
hie, and he hopes every sufferer will . try his
renldy, is it cost them nothine, will
proyp a, blessing. , Palr,ties wishing the pre
scription will please address •
Ray. EDWARD A. 'WILSON,
Kings County, N. Y.
Sept. 24.-3 m.
0 ' 'g
, . AT ;HA, ,
Union Motitilag LEniporlum.
, Corner of Main I l ad P4l: Road Sts.
i ' .!
!YOU WILL SATE . •
From -25t0 30 Cents:_ l
• . !
on ev ry DOliar
By purchasing your -
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
At the newnion
CLOTHING E MPORIUM.
D. STRAITS CO
Wellsville,N. T , 18621
New Store! New Goods
The undersign d bog leave to inform "tbe
public that they lave opened business at
Corner Main and'
entire new -stock
which will far
We are aware
it is not only n
gcods, lint to
And we will in ke it an object for .buyers to
examine .our sock before purchasing 'else
where.( All goods 'shown cheerfully, repre
sented fairly,aull subMitted to the purchaser's
unbiased opini6n. 1
This is a brahcb of i. 'an extensive manufac
turing house id Elmira, N. Y., and therefore
you will find a 1 Clothing well made and got
up in the lates style . ;
An early mil will imost assuredly-secure a
splendid barga`n i at the UNION CLOTHING
EMPORIUM. 1 D. STRAUS A: CO.
Wellsville, line 1862
PAPER HANGINGS DEPQT,
Aro. 10 Cortland S i t.., New York,
DIRECTLY °MELTE VIII wESTERN ROTEL.
THE CBOT N MANUFACTURING CO.,
(Organized in 18 , 16, irder the General Manu
facturing L W of t e State .of Mew York)
Offers at wholesall. in quantities to suit pun,:
chasers, at Manufacturers' Loweo Prices.
PAPER HANGINGIof every valiety of Style
and Price, i l l 1 ~ • -
BORDERS to match,.
FIRE-BOAR PRINTS, , ,
TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES,
OIL PAINTO ) WINDOW SHADES. -
WIDE WIN OW OURTCLN PAPERS, and
STORE SI - 14DES MADE i TO ORDER AND
~ e,' ~._
ofthe latest styleMd superior finish, all
of their twnl manufactiire and importation: 7 -1
As their sto' Is is lhrge, and entirely . new, they
invite Mere ants, Booksellers, and Dealers hi
these articl s, ,to ,call and examine their styles.
and prices, whenever they visit the city.
G7EST PIANOS. -
0-VIMEEN & HALE,
- - ovectit4theii new warerocans,
0. 47 1 8 4 . OADWAii,
pared too er the public a msg.
DTAVE ROSEWOOD . PIANO. -
all improvements known in this
Europe, over-strung bass, French
n, harp'pe lal, full iron frame, for
LAINTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
. $175 10 S2OP,
,- • .
ed intidof the best seasoned ma
to • stag` better than- any sold for
roo Vibe old methods of manatee- I
invite the best judges to examine'
• se, new instruments, and we stand 1
11 time to teat them With any others
red in this'econt.y.
478 Broadway ; New York.
having rer9 . l'
are'. now p
T . BAIII,I SOAP- MAKER.
All flitch n Grease can:Ebe made into good
S AP, by using Saponifier! '
DIREOTI Ns ACCOMPANYING . EACH BOX,
Soap' e -easily made ' with it, isanaking '
', ' a cup of coffee. '' '
•Blenniiibtuied only by the Patenteis. 'l,
• ?4' ' ii.:OALTS - EANUFACTIIIIIiiO COMMIT,
- No r . 27' Witliht street, Philadelphia.
Feb.. , 186;.' kr •
SVILLE, N. T.,
where they will display an
isirtiass in quality, style and
iver exhibited in this town.
that tk build up a large trade,
eeessary to have desirable
::,,Great _Cities 1=
We, the undo:reigned bterore, herc4l_oll6 -
MY WA" the Druggists, Apothecartaiend
Phydoiana of our sewage:Men hare MEW
a document of assuricice taus that tarIEEPS
IitLittEMPASIZIAL has been taunt Sol be
a remedy of great excellence,. and.wortkr
the ccmildence of the- oonununitw. •
RON. &UEFA COOK,
Mayor of LOWELL, 11. ,
BON. ALBIN BEARD, •
Mayor of .151ASEttri; 21r.tit
BON. E. W.; 32EAlairt4GTON,
Mayor of MANCHESTER,' SC,*
HON. 30EtW ABBOTT;
Mayor of CONCORD, 1r.14
ON. A. H. strithes,
,Mayor of 17179ECESTER,-
HON. NATIPL SILSBEE,
Mayor of SALENtiM6BII.
HON. P. W. xamcolar,.ar.;
Mayor of BOSTON, YAM
HON. WM. M. RODMAN, I:
Mayorof PROW:DEN= 8. 2.
HON. AMOS W. PRENTICE,
Matrcir of NOICWICAS., COMi.
SON. J. N. - ITARRTFc
Mayor of NEW LONDON; CoNN:
HON. CHAS. S. BODES%
Mayor of MONTREAL, 9.
HON. D. F. TEEMAZiN,
Mayor of NEW YOWL (1/TTi
HON. H. N. ICINSTREY, .
Mayor of RAMILTON. O. NX 1 '
HON. ADAM WILSON,
Mayor of TOBQNTO, C. v.
HON. B. M. BISHOP, - ••- •
• Mayor of C/NOEISINATI, 0120..
,L H. CRAWFORD,.. •
Mayor of LOOII3IT/Llal s 31X.
ROM JOHN SLOAN,
Mayor of LYONS,. I.OwA.
HON: JAMES MeFEETERS,
Mayor of BOWMANVILIpiI. C. W.
HON. JAMES W. NORTH, '
Mayor of AUGUSTA, MIL
HON. HENRY, COOPER„ .Tr.,
Mayor of HALLOWELL', ML
HON.; JAMES 8. SEEK, -
Mayor of PELESTELIOTON, N. B.
HON. WILLARD I , TNIE; '
Mayor or NEW BEZDEOBD, MARL.
HON. J. BT•ATSDTLL,
mayor of FALL BITE% NEMO:
HON. W. H. CRANSTON,
Mayor of NEWPORT. R. L
110:111N. FRED STAHL,
Mayor of GALENA, ILL,
HON. JOHN HOTIGDEEt,
Mayor of DIJBI7(aTTE,
EON. THOMAS currrmannerm,,
Mayor of CHATTANOOGA, TERN:
HON. ROBERT BLAIR,
Mayor of TUSCALOOSA, ALA:
HON. B: D. BAUGH,
Mayor of MEMPHIS, TENN.
HON. GERARD B`r.vr.4,
Maydr of NEW OE LEANS, LA.
HON. H. D. SCRANTON,
Mayor of 11.06HbSTER,
HON. DE WITT C. GROVE,
Mayor, of UTICA, N. Y.
HON. GEO. WILSON,
Mayoi of PIT!TBEITSG. PA.
HON. C. H. BUHL, 1 • . •
• • 'Mayor of DETROIT, MIOEEL
HON. MIKAN L.. PAGE,
• Mayor of 14131;WAITIOA WIS.
HON. W. W. VAUGHN, •
Mayor of HAWES. WIS.
HON. .A. PARR,
Mayor of 1041703.1121., W 7.5.
HON. JOE* C. HAIN - ES,
- Mayor of CZELOAGO,
HON. M. 3. A. HEATH,
Mayor of SELMA. AL.A.
Certitr that the reirldent MP= Jls+o
.aaamred them r
lafixt excellent remedy, arid riiirtby the cop•
• Eldeitoe of thei community,
For Puitfying the Blood:
For Scrofula or King's Evil.
For, Tumors, Ulcers, and Sores. • •
For Eruptions and Piinples.. ;
For'Blotcfies, Mains, and Bode.
For St. Anthony'. Floe, nose, or Warr
Far Totter or Salt Rheum . .
For - Scald Ile? sad
For Cancer a d Cancerous Sores..
For Sore Eyes,'Sore Ears, and Humors,
For Female Diseases. '; • • • -
For Suppression andprzregulevity.
For Syphilis or Venerinl Diseases.
, • .
For Liver Complaints. .
For Diseases of the Heart.
The Mayors of the chief cities of the tr 6
ied States", Canadaa,Mi British Prorinott,
Chili, Peru, Brasil, Mexico;4nd infect a 1•
mg:it-ill the cities on this continent, barn
signed this document, to assure their penis
what remedies they may use with safety s 4
confidence. But our space will only and,
a portion of them.- i
Ayer's Cherry pectoral,
Ayer'i 'Pills, and •
- , Ayers Ague CultS
1 . • PREFAB:ED Br •
ion J. c.' Ayer it. Co.,
- LOWELL, MASS., • '
And sold by Druggists every !there.
SOld by C. S. &
.E. A. Jones, Condemplit
lsnn & Nichols, Miliport & Lu
nontet ; A. Corei& Son, tilyssei;:A. B. Ha;
ton, Cnthingrllle ; and by Dealers generllll