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YOUNG AMERICA VIZAD 1 I
OLD AMERICA BEHIND.
GLASSMIRE & COLWELL
AVING entered into a Co-Partnership are
JUL prepared to furnish all goods In their
Very Best Quality.
They keep constantly on hand a large and
;well selected assortment of
- rOUNG HYSON,I
BROWN, LIGII2 BROWN, AND
RlO, JA VA, UNION, RYE, & d .,
I . CRAC
- ORANGES, AND
FLOUR, by the Barrel, Ralf
Barrel. and Sack.
Buckwheat F/olu- by the Sack.
Feed by the Hundred.
In fact, everything kept in a good Grocery
Store. PRODUCE taken in exchange and
CASE not refused.
All Goods Delivered within the Borough
V, If, GI4ESUIRE,
f,"1440 010e40, Apt 0, 2144,
And of the
1 ! YELLOW OVUM
Scotch, . Honey Dew Scotch,
High Twist Scotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch,
Irish High Toast, Fresh SCotch,
or Lundyfoot. •
***'attention is called to the large retitle.
tion in pricee of Fine-Cut Chewing and Smok
ing tobaccos, which will be found lof a Supe
SUOICING. FINE CUT CHEWING. - SIIOKV.O
Long,,,, P. A.L., or plain. S.Jago,
No. r i, Cavendish. or Sweet, Spanish.
No. r 2, Sweet Scented Oronoco, Canaster.
Nosl I & 2 mixed, Turkish
Gra i nulated. Tin Foil Cavendish.
B.—A circular of prices will be sent on
A Leoture to Young Men !
Justpublished in a sealed envelope. Price 6 ets
A lecture on the Nature,Treatment al d Rad
leaf Cure of Spermatorrhcea or Seminal Weak
ness, Involuntary Emissions. Sexual Debility,
and Impediments to Marriage generally,..Ner
vo'osnests; Consumption, Epilepsy and Pits;
Mental and Physical Incapacity,resulting from
Self-abuse, Sc., by ROUT. J. CULVERWELL,M.D.,
author of the Green Book, ac.
The woild•renowned author, in this admir
able Lecture, clearly roves from his own ex
pertitence that the awful consequences of Self
ab se may be effectually used without medi
cine, and without dangerous surgical opera
bong,ies, instruments. rings, or cordials,
pointing, out a mode of cure at once certain
Ind effectual; by which every snfferer, no mat-'
terl what his condition may be, may cure him
self cheaply-, privately and radically. This
lecture will prove a boon to thousands and
thqusands Sent under senl,to any address,in
a plain, sealed envelope, nn the receipt of six
cauts, , or two postage stamps, by addressing, I
; Dr. CIIAS. J. C. KLINE,
127: Bowery, New York, Post Office Box, 4586.
On and after JULY Ist, 18t$3. the privilege
of jeoaverting the present issue of LEGAL
TENDER NOTES INTO THE NATIONAL SIX
PER QENT LOAN (commonly called " Five
Twenties"). will cease.
Who wish to invest in the Five-Twenty
Loan must, therefore, apply before the let of
JULY next. JAY COOKE,
No. 114 South Third St., Philadelphia,.
WHEREAS, Letters of Administration on
the estate of 0. d. Lewis. dec'd, late of
Ulysses township. Potter co., Pa. ' have been
issued to the subscribers in due form of law,
notice is hereby given to all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate to make
imMedinte payment; and those having claims
will present them, duly authenticated, for
, M. LAVINIA LEWIS,,
E. D. LEWIS,
pysies, Pa., Feb. 16, 1863.
A . dministrater's Notice.
. B A
( A t e
r a w t r r i i
i n c , : d n
the l, of:Coudersport, Potter co., Pa., have been
issuett to the subscriber in due form of law,
nciticei is hereby given to all perrons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
will present them, duly authenticated, for
settlement. H. J. OLMSTED, Adms'r.
ICotiklersport, Feb. 18, 1863.
WHEREAS, Letters of Administration on
V V the estate of Charles Worden, deed,
late of Bingham tp, Potter co., Pa., have been
issued to the subscribers in due form of law,
riciticti Is hereby given to all persons knowing
th'emselves indebted to said estate to make
in mediate payment, and those having claims
wII present them, duly authenticated, or
CL. RISSA A. WORDEN, adrnses
BURTON LEWIS. /
Bingham, Feb. 21, 1863.
THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER.
Ap Kitchen Grease can be made into good
SOAP, by using Saponifier !
DXRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX
gOp'ls as easily made-with it, as making
1 1 a cup of coffee.
! 'Manufactured only by the Patentees.
pRNWA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. 127 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
• Toy. 1, 1.862. 7,7
G. W. COLWELL
POISIONS, - BCUNTIES. BACK-PAY. WAR CLAIMS.
AND CLAIMS FOR INDEMNITY.
Stewart, - Stevens & Co.,
ALL RINDS OF MILITARY CLAIMS,
411 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C.
- This firm, having a thorough knowledge of
the Pension business, and being familiar with
the pFactice in all the Departments of Govern
ment, believe that they can afford greater fa
cititias to Pension,bounty and otherClaimants, l
for tlie prompt and successful accomplishment
of business entrusted td them, than any other
firm fp Washington. They desire to secure
such an amount of this business, as will enable
them to execute the business for each claimant
very cheaply, and on the basis 'of their pay
contingent upon their success in each case.
' * * Their charges will be Ten Dollars for
Officers and' Five Dollars for Privates, for each
Pension; Bounty, or Back Pay obtained, and
ten per cent. on amount of Claims for Military
Supplies, or Claims for Indemnity.
***Soldiers enlisted since the Ist of March.
1861; in any kind of service, Military or Naval,
who are disabled by disease or wounds, are
entitled to Pensions. All soldiers who serve
for tvo years, or during the war, should it
sooner close, will be entitled to $lOO - Bounty.
Widows of soldiers who die or are killed, are
entitled to $lOO bounty. if there be no widow
tben;the minor children ; then the father, mo
tber; sisters ; or brothers are entitled ail above.
Washington, D. C., 1862.
4 4 1:*Apply at our office, or to our Associate
at Oswayo, Potter county, Pa.—JAMES H.
GRAVES, Esq., who has just returned from
Washington. D. C., and is supplied with all
the latest bbinks issued under the late ioatruc
tionsi and will fill them up for all who have
been so unfortunate as to require an applica
tion; Office in "Regulator Store"
ESTABLIS RED 1760
Snuff 4Se.jTobacco Manufacturer,
1- ' 16 and 18 Chambers St.,
(rokmerlt/ 42 Chatham Street, New Fork.)
Would call the attention of Dealers to the
artiille'S of his manufacture, viz.;
Coarse Rappee ,
Money gave dl
rail not to read this Column
through and prodttherobJ.
:15 9 000,
MDolcoatt or littail
FOR THE TIMES 3IITCEI LOWER THAN
AVING formed a connectiOn with some
11 of the best jobbing houses in New Yorli
we shall 6s after keep a full stock of Goods
and shak' ays I THDERSEId, THE MARKET
and Goods will save you fifty per cc,
and on many, much more.
10 bales Sheetings and Shirting& from 18 to
22 cts., worth 30 to 40 . •
3000 yds Sheeting for Cheese Cloth for 12/
cts. worth 18
300 pieces best Madder Prints warranted last
colors, 10 •o 18 worth 25 to 30
100 pieceS Hamilton, Pacific and other good
Delaines for 10 to 25 worth 25 to 35
New styles of double width Alp:icea Dre.s,t
Goods for 31, cts yd, old price 50 cents
worth now 63 to 75
Double width Saxony Merino, half wool, 31
cts worth 75
All wool Merino:63 cts. worth $1.25
...A. large stock of wide Scotch Ginghams only
3 cts. yd advance from old prices
Good Tweeds and Denims for 25 cts. worth
35 to 40
Good Sattinets.Casslmeres and nil other goods
equally ais low
In the line of Silks we have, and shall keep ft
• large assortment, good Colored SHks I
for o 3 cents
Black Silk from 88 cts. to 51,50,. now worth
50 per ct. more` even in New York
CL 0 TI MM
In this line of our trade we cane sate you a
large per ct.
Good Suits Black, Grey and others: Coat.
Vest. Pants, Hat, Pocket Hindkerehief,Cravat,
and Shirt for $lO to $l2 worth $2O.
Good Calf Boots for $2.50
Good Women's Shoei for 75 cts
1 Goad Gaiters for 63 cts
And all other kinds of fine shoes equally
We can also sell you Groceries at a.savinr.t . of
at least 25 to 50 per ct. Good Tea of an ex
tra quality for $1 worth $1,50. Other good
Teas from 50 to 75 cts.
Good chewing tobacco from 35 to 56 cte
In the line of Yankee Notions 'we can ease
you a handsome profit.
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, &e
FLOUR, PORK. HAMS. SHOULDERS by .the
ton or load at Wellseillu prices,
Now,fto sate answering the manylnquirles,
as to who furnish us goods iu New York. ed.-
abling, us to sell at these prices, we would re
fer you :to
Mr. Jason H. Be,oknver. connected with the
firm of Messrs. Moffitt. Mellon & Co.,•Chth. st.
The largest house in the w )rld for Dry Goods.
Also. Messrs. [lowland &Lindsley, 80 & 82
Chambers st.. ever so famous for selling cheap
' and giving their friends good bargaiMs.
And the reason for one selling you Clothing
so low, we are supplied from the eFtensi-e
establishment of Messrs. Longstreel. Bradford
& Co., 348 Broadviay, - aml , from the !ie.* firm
of Messrs. Baldwin. Starr & Co., CoUrtlantiSt,
two of the best clothing houses in New York
• Yankee Notions,and Fancy Goods froiri 3.
'Henry Smith Payne & Co., 34 Courtland St.;
who are noted for giving their friends good
EfOrdomre from 3forgon,Quackeribush k Co
20 Courtlond St. • •
Crockery from Mr. Oscar 'Cheesman, 145
And the reason why we can always sell you
Groceries so low and pay yon the. highest
,price for Butter. Cheese, &a., is from our eon
nection with .Nlessrs'A limns Sr Mahn'ten:Gfe
eers and Commission 3lerehantr.
ingt3n St Now all 'you that haVe butter to
send to New York, or any other'phaince take
my advice and send to filed' and you will
always receive the highest pri , t-e. • - •
Do not be led away by any; false report:.
from jealous neighbors. All we ask is to rome
and examine for your self and you will b.
satisfied that what we say 7cl/errant/. ,
C. H. Simmons,
°sway°, Maroh, 1868
t 's 4 : 'O
144 , 4 ,•.1 ; t:I •
t• 1 • •
i•A inrefolly . Selected stock or -
Jost arriving from New IYork, such. as. I
SCHOOL BOOKS, Ad
Cheap fcir Ready-pay.
10,000 Buibels . ASHES bbls. AGGS
-t -f Do.
-4 r -5
• to• 0
• ..... „ ,
:()Lm$TE D KELLY'S •
10TORE can always be found the bait of
• Cooking, Box and Patlor • '
Also, TIN and SHET-IRON WARE. POTS,
-KETTLESj SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
slid.' its scrup eats. cuLTPLA
TORS. CORN-SHELLERS; 1.19116E-RAkES,
THEIR WC) K
is well made and the Material good. Good and
substantial EAVES:TROUGLIS put up in any
part of the County—Terms easy. Ready Pay
of all kinds. including Cash; seldom' rrfuseiL
Store'oa - Main Street opposite the Old tiourt
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1859.-50
Affix Pantss. gljop
under l igned a oold respectfully inform
1. the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
Mann, *here he is prepared to do
All kinds of Harness Work
on the shortest notice.
LONG STRAW COLL tRS. •
also kept ennstaotly on hand: The..4e collars
are , a supt4ior .irtielo, and, need but a trial to
' insure their success..
Rept - tiring done in good :Ole.
Sureingles, Martingale-rings, Hnmes, and
- name straps, Ste., consta tly on 1 - otrid:
The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsevr!:ere.
S. P. MINAIL.
Co dersport Oct. Mb. 1860.
Nos. 9. 1, 13, 15, 11 COI7Wri,ANDT 6TR7EI,
Near liroaihrtly. I , ittw York City.
This old.establis . lied and favorite resort of
the Business emuniunity hat? been recently re
fitted, and is complete in everthing that 'can
minister to the coirifort of ilia 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
lints of steamboats, cars. omnibuses', Curries.
In consequence of the pressure caused by
the Rebellion, prices have been redneed to
ONE D01.41i. AND FIFTY CENTS PER DAY.
The table is amply swilled with; all the
luxuries of the season, .and is equal to that of
any other hotel in the country. ;'•
Ample , e.commodationg tire offered for up
ward of 400 guests. • •
Do not believe runners, haekinen.and others
who may say "the Western Rotel is
D. D. WIN('HESTER, Proprietor.
; nos. I). Winchester: • . 1619
For §ale or to Let.
?imp: Steam Saar and Grist Mill at !Germa
nia, Abbot town=hip. Potter county, Pa.
lioing an excellent hu4iness ; a first rate stand
for an indusirions man with some capital
Those refliscting must apply soon to
WILLIAM RADDE, 300 Broadwai,!N.Y.
• Ur at the Mill atsliermania
August 127, 1862.
THE 17 lON " '
ARCII STREET, ABOVI.?
' • IP1101:141elphia.
UPTON 8. NEWCOMEA, Propriator.
,Hotel is central, convenient by
Passenzer cars all parts of the city, and in
every partiottlar adapted to the t<anti of ,he
bdsinesi public. -
Terms 1.50 per day
NATAO.NA COAL OIL!
WARRANTED NON EXPLOSIVE!
and equal to any Kerosene.
wily hay an exploshe Oil. when a few
cents more per gallon will furnish you with a
)erfect Oil? Mad.• only he •
Pi..IAN'AL *ALT MANUFACTITHING PO*IPABY
No 177 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Feby. I. 1,62 . ly
P. X. STE 11111.N$
Have just received a
NEW LOT OF
' they are
SELLING iVERY LOW F'OR ,
Dlarol 21, 1868. '
. STAINS, BRUI
• . AN,E) ALL ; •
:For all of-which via iiispeeily i‘nd - certain
remedy, 'and i,ever` failsil• This Liniment is
prepared from , the r,Ci;pe -of 1)r.• Stephen
Sweet, of Conneetiat, the famous bone set
ter, and has been used•iin hie pritetice for
inure than twentyy are With-Ahe,ntost aston
ishing success. I . . 1..
AS AN ALLEVIATOII.IOF•PAIN, it is n
rivaled by'-any prep tration before the public.
l of '-which -the most. .skeptical: may be con:
vinced . by a single trial. .1 . • •.. • .
This Liniment will-cure rapidly-and radi'. ,
c.ally, - Rheuntatie'Disoider.; of every kintVand
in thousands of ca4s where it has.been need
le has never been known to fail:. -,.• .
...FOR.N,ECRALGIA, it ivilt afford immedi
ate relief in every lase, however distressing
It -will .relieve the worst cases of HEAD
'ACNE in three minutes itnilis warranted -
do it. 1 •
TOOTtrACIIE also.it w j ilr cure instantly
.F. - NEI'
.toOP NERVOUS; DEBtur Y . AND GEN
ERAL 'LAssrrimarisi_Og from imprudence,
or , excess, this Linilnent isai - most happy and
unfailing remedy. Actitig directly upon tin
nervous tissues it trengi hens and revivitie
the system. and re Lures it to • elasticity at no
. - FOR-PILES.--A. - an •eXternal remedy, %el:
claim that it is the test kitow W. atm we chal
lenge the- world to rerlul.e an equal:- .Ever;
victim of this-drat essing :comphtint 'shunin
give it a trial, for it will , not titil to , atter.
intmediate. relief. a ii in a majority of cue
will effect a fildical cure. '
:QUINSY ANDS RE 1111.14..0AT -are some
times extremely align-int .rill dangernu,.'
but a timely applic ttiun of this Liniment will
never fat to cure.
i • •
; SPRAINS are sOmetitnes very obstinate :
and enlargement Of thei joints. is, liable t,:
occur if neglected. I The 1 worst cases may I.
conquered by 1 ;this .Linithent in two or thrt,
days. - T 1 1
BRUISES.. CI) TS. WOUNDS, ,SORE
ULCERS. BURNS AND s:',UALDS,iyieltl reat,l
o the tvonderto braßil,.; properties of Ul',.
SWEET'S INFALC.Ing LININIENT,
used ,iceording to directions. Altio, .Cllll
BLAINS, FROSTIM FRET. AND INSE(:1
BITES ANI) STINGS.
Steph«n Sweef. of c l pnneetieut,,!he Grr.(t
Setter: . „
'Dr Stephen Street, of qonnectient, know!,
alllover the United 'States.'
Dr. Stephen &reek, of epnnectirut, is the u
th6r of •'Dr. Sweets Infalllible Liniment!'
r Sweet's . Infallible fliniment Oures,lthen
matism and never fails.
Pr. Street's Infaftible Lini-nent Is a certain
remedy for Neuralgia. I
Or, Sweet's Infallible Liament Cures Burn
and 'Scalds immediatelyl •
Dr. Sirees Infallible Liniment Is the
IcAown remedy forlSpraiiis and Bruises,
Dr. Sweet's infcylibte Liniment Cures Head-,
Belie immediately sand was never, known to fail
Dr. Sweet's Inftiltiblainimont.Affords imme--
diilte relief fur Piles, andiseldom fads to cure
Dr. Sweet's IttfilqiYe Liniment Cures Tooth
ache in one minute:
Dr. Sweet'4 f 'Liniment CureS Cult
' atail Wounds inunediatelY and leaves no scat
Pr; Sweet's Infittibte Liniment Is Ike besi
remedy for Sores i the known world.
Dr. Sweet's InfatAihle Lin iment lilts been Used
by more than a Imilliau people. and. al.
praise it. I j
Pr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Taken. inter- -
nally cure's Colic,CholeralMorbus and Cholera.
Dr. Sweet' InAttlAte!Liniment
"friend in need," and every -
hare it at hand. ' i
Dr Sweet's Afaiiihte Liniment Is-for sale
all Druggists. Price 251 and 50 cents. •
A Friend la Need. Try . it.
DR SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT;
as an external remedy. i 4 without a rival,And
will alleviate pai6 more speedily than any
other preparation: For all Rheumatic an;i
Nervous Disorder it isi truly infallible, and
as! a enrittive fort SureS, Wounds, Sprains
Bruises, tte., Its 'soothing. healing and pow,
erful strengthning4iritperties, excite the just
wonder and astortishinent of all whO
eser given it -a trial. Over
certificates of remarkable cures performed by
it ! within the last tiwn years, attest thelact.
[ To, Horse•Ownerg
[[[ • •
• [DR. SWEET'SI,INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
FOR HORSES is nnrivrilled by..any, and in
cases of Latrieness. arising, from Stills.
Bruises or . Wrenching. its effect is m. :,1
:ind certain. II:from! or • Saddle 'Galls.
Scratches. Mangel,, .&c., it' will also cm-,
speedily. Spavia and Ringbnne _may he
easily prevented and ctired.in their incipient
stages. but contirtned. cases are beyOnd . the
pOssibility of a RADICAL CLIIIR• Nu case of tin.
kind. however, is so desperede or hopeless
may he alleviated by this Liniment
:ind its faithful application will always
Move the Lameness. and enable the horses
-travel with compdrative ea e: - .
Every- Li:forge Owner [-
[ • • i • •
•thould have this] remedy at hand, . for.-its
tiinely. use at the) first • l ippi-liranr!. 41 . !mine
wildeliretually prevent those formidable
diseases, to wLich sll horses areliafilootnd
1 :render set ot.fierwiso, valuable
nurses nearly worthless .. •
SO.Lp,M7I.'S I 'X'RIEND,
k:nd thousands iinve found it. truly,. . •
.A Frl46ll . in Need;:
CAUTION.-To avoi onposi ion . , ose r
tie Signature,ttati :Likeness of . pi r .:S4-4!he
eet on every libel,iso,,SteploSwget.'
' b allible
Linithent"Ailown in the kinss . :o
Itch bottle withUet wbielinotte are genuin
- - Sole proprietors, NOrivitti,
,MORGAN & ALLEN,IGeneril
. • 46 Cliff Street, New tztik,'
' • * 9 44 - by . alli l deeler*ofirritlievc• al •
:::, r . : : ' -; ' , - 3. ' '..
. , ,
. : , ,
F. NECK AND JOINTS,
2ES.. WOUNDS ANU-
terslgned Mayors, hereby mot
irliorist.s. Ap t: too:les, and
ifieverattd have signed
Cc hers be found to b.
etrciliee, and worthy
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' trriLomr, . . , •
li v oB os# 4o 4 l a
• IlayOr of , Bar.Ftnrt
ON. .1 ; . *fi.titbatir, Jr.,. •
fli4Oi of BOSTON, 3114218.
ON. WM. M. RODIVEANI
- Mayor'or Ti*OVrfiliiNcllkrt i
HON. ANos tTint.NTICE.
Mayor oi ORWICM,--0pZ1217.
Mayor!of: NEW IiONDON; %MIL
Mayor of EttOWItEAL, - Cc 7i. .
: ON. D. P. • TT I MIVI.ITNV:I ,I
' Mi4de of NEW voniv CITY
: ItINSTREY • -
I . . Mayor okT;A ?VT 9;S rp 03. ,Vf.
: ADAM WILSON, •
751a3ti:ir..of V0.13:017Ci, - ! vow.
ON. B.- M.. iassitoP,
Mayor •of- FILL7OI.I2ItATI, OHIO.
ON. L H. :.on'Aviroltb,
Mayor of LotrisvniAlv.
ON. JOHN sLoArr, '*.
Mayor of LTONS,,XO*.L.
ON. JAMES itaPEETZI7O3;: I '.
Mayor of BONVMAlprip4l,
/lON. JAMES W. 'Noirrir,.. ,
Mayor' of AVEITIESTAL; MEL
EON. HENRY COOPER,.. Jr,.
Mayor; of ILAlLLovirnim„
HON. JAMES Rtmt—
maY°/* o f ritt 6 M4c.7 o *:*7: ll .
ON. WILLARD il.;, - •
Mayor of NEW BEDPORD,:IiAIp.
EON. J. BLAISDELL,
"• • Mayor of .'ALL. - -13.INPL21„:BrASII.
"corr. V. H. ciiiitOijO4r,
4ayor .of NtWPORTi• S:.Z
HON.. FEED STAHT4,
MOPr : . --6 f GAP 3l k4t: ;Peat.
r . .
HON. JOHN HODGDENi,—.
Mayor of CE4TTANO.Ciati,-TMINFir.
EON. ROBERt, BLAIR.;
Mayor of TUSCALOOSA; OSLA.
EON. R. D. RAUGH,
- Mayor of, =MMUS, TIM-Z.li.
HON; GRELOD STITH,
Mayor of NEW pRzE4NB44.
HON. H. D. CRANtON, ,
. Mayor 'of ROCHEIBTME4 N. T.
HON. PE C: GROVE,
Mayor : of XI, T.
HON. GEO. WILSON, •
' - Mayor. of PITTSIttaiO;
:ON. C. H. PUH.L,
. Maim. of DETEOIT, AMON.
ON• - RE 3I 4-±, ;PAlrkt,'
ON. W. tr.:l VAVG.4N,
Mayor P r 3491:r'm.
ON. A. FARE, .
Mayor of 3073f0SEEL,
1 : ON.
,'JOHN C. Ha INES, . •
Mayor of CHICAGO,
ON. N. X. 4. HEATH;
" • Mayor 'of SE.L7I4;,*.
CortiTy that osiciont pruitiPine ,:81SY•
• • _ them
Ayer s ; Sarsaparilla
Is an excellent remedy, and worthy:the ow•
fidence tho contstsnity. • ..-
For Spring-illiteasea..: "
For yittilfylng the Blood. , -
For Scrofula-or. King's Evil. i.
For ..Tontors, ricers, And Sores. 4
For Eruptions and .Pimples:
For MO avid 73011/18.;
For St. Antliont-ts Fire, Rolle, Or: Erarn.
For Te tte r Salt Ith into. • [alpalada
For Cancer and Ctiirtnia Soiree, '-
For Sore - Eyes, Sore Eora,.and Binntaillo
For Female 144easiess.
-Liver Cotnplalnts. ' :•
For-Die'pi the Heart.' ' '
The Illayors'of the chief (disk( Oithe trek
ted States, Canadas, and 'British;Prcithi*.
Chili, Peru, Itrakil, Mexico, an t &itifiet . al
-1 mosi•all the eities•tm this contiiies4' • hey.
aigued this dociimenti to Assure Vieli,e4le
whatzemedies-they may tisewith isfetf and .
confluence:: 'Buk,'Our 'apnea int;
S portion - of . thMn2 " • • '
Ayer's.- - •
•- • _
.Ayers Ague Cure,
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