Newspaper Page Text
Coliftman, Wednesday .gyerung JO. 10; 1361
-seytp. 11.,P,' . a ex,a+nple next tveey
_ egi l 'Try The Dollar Tea ! at JONES'
Be... Soldiers and officers in the army,
being exposed to sudden chances, should
allays be supplied with Brown's Bron •
chip/ 7'rochcs, as they.cive prompt relief
in a Cold, Cough, or an Irritated Throat.
*IE4-Constables And all others having
busines at the February Tern of Court
vire notified, by the Prothonotary, in the
Advertising ooluilins. that. they need not
appear until Thursday afternoon of that
AgirThe young ladies of Huntingdon,
Penn's, are keeping' a list of the single
drafted men, end noting down the report
of the examining boaili with a view Id
select sound husbands. . •
se-P A. Stebbins, Jr., has just re-,
turned from Now York, where ho. Pur
chased a fine assortment of Gocds at such
c priees as to enable him to sell_ the best
article of goods nt a reasonable price. The
old "Corner• Store" is the place-to buy a
godd article—everything will be funta td
be as represented. Give him a call !
tel., The Annual Meeting of the Mem
:bers of the Coudersport', Library Assocja
tioa has been ad . fourned to meet at the
residence of Mr. JolinlM Hamilton, on
'Saturday the 20th inn at 3P. M. A
general attendeuee is ;officer. are
to be elected for the emitting year.
By order"of the 'President.
II SNinous is receiving an;ad
ditiloo of •ten thousand dollars wortl of
staple and fancy goods to hts already large
stook, and will continue to sell at, tlie
prices given in his adveatisement. and
many cools' still lower. Ms stock of
.ready-tnade clothing cannot be su•pa4cd •
for style, durability and cheapness. f It
is none of your slop-shot i ,take, such! as
is generally gotten up 'for show and will
NI . to pieces before you can get it home.
Fail not to give Hui a call and see, and
you will not regret it. !
AN EYE SORE
How miserable and discOnsninte Must
.theunfortnnote ot ScrofulousSures.
Eruptious,disfigured bodies Inel,Who
-by their itifirmaties t 'and leperous diseases
are denied the society of the refined anti
' beautiful. Yet,to fi.ese banished mortals
i'frotii society. therc'is hope of spepdy!re•
'Writ, with the full enjoyment of all the
pleasures of health limo. bliss. One to 'six
--bottles ofaadway'sßenovatina Resoiv`ent
will cure the worst eases of Skin I:iseas'e,
q'everSures. Ulcers, and Swelling of the I
.glands Let-this medicine be used in
all cases where there is a Sore or' Skin I
. iikiscase, and three days' use will - pre
- satisfactory evidotiec ofa permanent dire.' .
'Price 1.1-per tot tie.. •Suiii by Drucsuists
i `AlOrays.usk 'fur Had way's Renovating 4‘ •
•CELEBRATEb TONIC BIT TEAS
-A-RE becoming' thelno,st popular Medicine
/I. in circulation for •the , o/re of
&LIVER COMPLAINT. fIYSPEPSIA, JAUN
DICE.' DEBISITY THE, NERVOUS'
SYSTEM, and ;IVIA.c..NE-N IL f the
STOEACII and DIGESTIVE 01
It it also gaining a great , rop;itation in the
CURE of DIPTHERIA.
Principal Offiee, Ccrudkport, Potter Co., Ph
H li d isi: T s ' S B a L t 0 OM. ,0 F jtOS ES , s — iE fo li r
B t l h: ; !_f : it_
WAN'E D 1
i t tit- rate, steady,
immediately. , I
. 1 1 Brooitland; Potter Co., Pa.
Nov. 4, 1803. • [ 1
STORE cnn always be I fatted the best of
(Making., •130 - x and i'aiib4
Amp, "TIN and SHEET IRON W.,‘Pal, POTS :
KETTLES,SPIDERS,' SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD 7
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVAI
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKESI
DOG S POWERS, &c.
ix well' made and the material good. GOo.
and substantialEAVES-TROUGFIS put up id
any part of the County—Terms easy: Ready
Pay l a all kinds, including Cash; seldoul
refuked. • :
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
ffonso f Coudersport. Aug. 4-1863.-50
NOTICE is hereby gicert that letters execur
'tory on the last will and testament of
AMBROSE COREY, late of Ulystes fowtiship
Potter county, dec'd, have this day been grant
ed to the undersigned by the Register of said
county. All persons indebted to said desceL
dent willplease make paythent and those hart
hag claims will , preseot them duly authenticar
ted fOr settletriept.• • SUSAN COREY,
rlisses, PL., 'Sept:. 1663.
Divorce• Notice. I t
.EINITsTA .A - LEIVIS, 1 No. 20,5ept.T,18133
by. her, next friend Libel'in Divorce.
AUfAr§T.P..SSPIEET4II ToJidin Lewis,
I remiondent, piensc
JOHN LEIti.S. J take notice that:a
subpoena and alias sithpcena having he'e,n,
issued and returned nihil , you JOUNLEVM,
rtspoinient are notified to appear at our
next term ni 'Court ta nsivee the complaints
of dour said wise, EL:I7[NA A. LEWIS. ahil
Show cause why a divorce should nut, be
granted. D. C. A ItHA BEE, Sheriff.
Sherin' Office. Jan. 20. 1564. ,
12 cts. per (plait paid r illat-kberries,
10 cis per coart'naid far Black Raspberries
16 cts. per dozen for Eggs.
MARY E COTTON. Ne.32,3ept.T.1863.
by her next friend I Libel in Divorce,
JAMES E. JONES rTo JAMES COTTON.
I' respondent, pi ezIER2
JAMES COTTON. J take notice that a
subpmta and alias Salmmna ha' ing been
issued and returned nihil ; von James Cotton.
respondent, are notifiod to appear at our
neat term of Court to answer the Complaints
of your said wife, Mary E. Cottom!ind show
cause why a Ai.:orce should not be granted.
D. C. LARRAI3EE, Sheriff.
Sheriffs . .Oflice, Jan. 20. 18.114.
U. S. 540's.
Tha Secretary of the Treasury has not yet
!riven notice of any intention to withdraw this
p, pular Loan-fruni sale at Par, and until ten
days mitice is the'unilemifined.as —Gen
eral Subscription Agent,7 . will _con Aline to
supply the public.
The whole amount of the Loan authorized
is Fiveliundred Millions of Dollars. Nearly
Four Hundred Millions. have been already sub
scribed for and rid into the Treasury, mostlx
within the last seven months. Tli;_i large de.
i timutrahroad and the rapidly increasing home
demand for iIEC as the basis foti circulation by
National. Banking Associations now. organi
zing in ril parrs or the country, win "i . i a .very
1:ltoq period Also' li the balance. &tics have
lately ranged fr. in ten to fifteen milikim ,
weekly, rrequehily exei•eiiing three million:,
1 daily, and as it is well known tlmt the ;ivcr•-'
t:try has ample and tinftiling re:oure.es ia the
Duties on Imports and I eternal Ilevenne,,
land in the issue of the interest bearing Legal
Tender notes. It I- almost ;Lc-err:ll,lly that he
I will nut find it neces - ..sary, for a long- lime to
, come, to seek a market for any other long' or
1 nit loans, Tne Interest 'and Principal
!of whii•lt are p.t.lable in GOLD. i
Prudence and self intere:t must force the.,
minds of tho , e contemplating, dm formation
of National Banking Association:7. as well as
the minds of all who have idle money on their
hands, to the ;prompt conclusion that they
should lose no time in subsedbing for thi s
most popular lo u t It will soon he beyond
their reach, and advance to a hends,Mie pre- i
Wiwi', as was 'the result with the •' scrim- I
thirty" loan, who. it was all sold and could
nu longer be subdcribed for at par. .
It is a Six per cent Loan, the Interest and
Principal payable in coin, thus yielding over
Nine per cent per annum at the present rate
of premium un coin.
The Government requires all duties or. Ira
' ports to ue paid in coin.; those duties have
for a long time past amounted to.ovei a Quar
ter.of a Millionof Dollars Daily, a sun, neatly
thr6 times greater than 'that required in the
payment of the interest on all the 5-20's and
other permanent loans. So that it is hoped
that the surplus coin in the Treasury, at 'no
distant day, will enable the United States to
resume specie payments upon all liabilities.
The Loan is called 5-20 from the fact that
whilst the Bonds may run for 20 years yet the
Government has a rignt to pay them off in
Gold at par, at any time after 5 years. • •
The interest is paid half yearly, viz : On
the first days'of November and May.
Subscribers can have Coupon Bonds,
•which are payable to bearer, and arc $5O
$lOO $5OO and $1000; or Ilegisterec Bonds
of same denominations, and in addition,ss,-
000 and $lO,OOO. For Banking purposes and
for investments of Trust-monies the Register
ed Bonds are preferable.
These 5-20's cannot be taxed by States,
cities,. towns or counties, and the Govern
ment tax on them is only 0n. , -and-n—lialf per
Cent, on the amount of income, whet the
holder e±ceeds Six Hundred dollars per an
num, all other investments, such as income
from Mortgages, Railroad Stock and Bonds,
etc., must pay from three to five per cent tax
on the iticonie.
Banks arid Bankers throughout the country
Wiil continue to dicyose of..the'Bonds; and
all orders by mail or otherwise, promptly at
The inconvenience of a feit days' delay in
the delivery of the Bonds is nuavoidahle, the
demturd being so greet 'cut ad iiiterest com
mences from the day of subscription, no loss
is occasioned, and every effort is being made
to diminish the delay. JAY COOKE,
• Eruist riii . nos AGENT,
114 SOUTH TEIRD ST., PHILADELPHIA.
LL rtmiltsr persons indebted to me are r,
quested-to pay within-one month, wh
they'd's& to nie;to Esqlfire Csishing and to •
his receipt. Cheats may leave their nam
standing On the list in &spire Ctishidgs han,.
as an undeulableproof of their dishonest
and worthinesi to figure:in the " rogues
gallery." ' -
• •• E.„JOERG, M. D
Couder3pmq, JaTi, 12, 1863
---.7.--.7. ' r- r.- - r , m-s - z. - - ,--,
ISID4). efj; ; ,1 0 664
8riq,7,3,.. tnany,w-changeoht , rpfo hare can
t:Nail:6 chbfige my.syitems)f ti, lag bushiess
and lAhatt hereafter seltfor
_ r . _,
CASH 'or PRODUCE, . - - --..
- ` . - • 'BUTTER, LARD,
EGGS, RAGS, GRAIN: , - . .•. -
' * DitMD - RERRT - ES . ,' 4:e
Iny'stoek"rif -Groceries I hare , - a - choice
TEAS.- - • -
SUGARS, • •
AI .PREP RED. COFFEE,
• - PEPPER, &c., &c.
Lhave a.goOd' stock 113 . 01101 go . that I am
enabled to sell at prices current before the
DRUGS, and - -
PATENT - MEDICINES,
Also. KEROSENE OIL_ • •
YANKEE NOTIOls.IS: •
ENTItACTS, - and
are still kept
MEAL of all kinds.
And litany other things too - mu - morons to
mention'kelit constantly on hand and will
be sold fur -
LESS PllO FIT
than ever before offered in tbis•mai•ket.
K. K. SPENCER•
Jan. 20, 1864:'
Clothes Wring er
Will wriEg na:rlbing frthn a single Thread to
. is Bed• Quilt.
PRICES : 65.60, $6.00. and
P. A. Stebbini Bi, CO; •
Agents for Potter eolinty.—Jan- 25v-1863.
State Normal School.
EDIN isORO: ERIE CO., PENN'A
..THESCHOOL FOR TE.ACHE . I?.S,
CHEAP, THOROUGH, SYSTEM TIC
GOOD LIBRARIES, APP4IIATUS,
- GY3DIASIVM. --
s32yays for Board 'Arid Ttitiiotr7.l,7ecks
Sniffing Ti..rn opens March 15, 1564.
A4ltires - s, , J.'A. COLTER.' A.M.
Gt - Princip:ll,
A Fir - it Ciasx Farmer': ..flauazil‘e.jitr'Peini a.
4864 THE PENNSYLVANIA ISG4
FARMER; AND GaRID.E.IVEIII.
- - Rural Agairo. : -
Edited lad Vuldished.liy •
§. Young & Co,*
53, lit.rP.Tii . STIkEET 111.t>.'DELPIIIA
Terms : Dollar a Year.
The sixth volume commences with Jantibly
number. Having obtained 'the services of
erninent and - practical -Liortiz
.Stook - Breeders and Bee-keepers;
we confidently offer thz cprrent.volume as one
of the.best ever isp . ded, for - origlitiitj-,Pacti•
cal thought'and reliuWe inforinatiou.
SEND POIL A SPECLMEN
For the Fruit, Flower, and Kitchen Garden
W. G. P. BRINCKLOE,
OFFICE ' 23 NORTH 6TIT ST
Terms : 51 . 50 a Year.
EDITED BY TIM:HAS MEEHAN.
The Monthly Contents:are::
flints—Flower garden and Pleas:aro ground
Fruit garden, vegetable garden, Window Gar
Comninnications—embrdein . g the views of
the best - writers on Horticultu re; 'Agriculture,
and Rural .Iffhirs.
Editorial— Giving the Editor's views on the
important Horticultural improcrinents.
Scraps and Quarries—New Fruits—NCO
Plants—Domestic and Foreign TritelligenCe.
Foreign Correspondents‘-Horticultural i otices
With each departmentment handsomely il
These general features.will be retained;and
the publisher :pledges himself that t q htbor
or expense shall be spared to render the suc
ceeding issues of the ittagaiine every- way
worthy of the favor with W•hich Els liAitious
efforts have .been amply rewarded. - -
SEND FOR A SPECIMEN
-The Itheal 18a4.
The Rural AnnUnt and llokicultural Direc
tory is a little book I;4llthcif at., tyr
ffiencement of each vca,i• the ,F;dit'or afire
genesenFarMei at Rochester, N. Y. .It,Was
started in 185,0,..tini1. a new volume has been
each year. The, volume for 1864 is
now before us. .Among its Coutents may be
mentioned articles on the best means of En
riching the Soil, on Swamp Muck and the best
methods of composting and - applying it, on
Manures, on Protection:to Orch:irds, on the
Best Climate for- Sheep,- on.Ekthering Fruit,
on the pnltureof-Hops; on the Culture of
on Phi - oting Trees, and a hundred othei
articles interesting to the Farmer and Gar
denqr. 25;centi. 11'will be sent
prepaid by,return mull on re:ceipt of the price.
ddress Jps EFT .13A nph . Eoltgr-9eneseer
The Genesee'-raireerfor 1864. ' A ntw
me commences with •the- January - nninher.
ow is the time to enbscribe."
year. All who subscribe before the JUnunry
umber is issued,- will receive theihc'em. - ,er
umberirte. Addrere rs afore.
$ 2O , 0
NEW (GOODS I I
Just Arriving !
The very best prints, Cocheco and other good
grades, from 14 to 181 cents. worth 25 cents.
Good Delaines, 16 to 25 cents, worth 25 to
A large Stock of Plain AlpaccaS, doubie
width. for 25 cents per yard, superGue extra
44, worth double the money.
Good Merinos for Ss. Gd, worth 12s.
A large stock of FURS: very ?ow ; nlso
BUFFALO,II(II3ES. good India tanned, also,
. 50 to 89'50, worth $l2 at the present time
in 'New York.
Also a large lot of Cassimeres; Gs to Bs,
worth JOs to Lls
Good Sheetings from 20 to 25 cents
A good 'stock of LADIES' SHAWLS—a
heavy, fine, all-wool, double Bruche Shawl,
for $8 worth $l5.
A large stock of CLOTIIING ; good Suits—
Coat, Vest, Hat. Crat - at. kc., for $lO worth
$2O. Good, all-word. Black Pants, for $3.25.
BOOTS and SHOES very low; Women's
Calf Shoes as low as - 88 cents.
Good Teas for Bs, worth 145..
And a full assortment of all kinds of
Boots, Shoe; Hats, Caps, No-
tions,Croolrery, Provisions, &.8
\re mean, this Winter, to been 11 much larger
Stock than usual, and sell Cheapor for the
times than ever; and all we n=x of ntir• one
is'to e'xamine our Goods and 'price'. nod you
will be satisfied that 'we perfmin according to.
our bills. Our Auction will not interfe.re with
.our Retail Trade,. as it will be held in the
famous block noted for Great Bargains.
C. H. SIMMONS:
iirerriber 16th, 18r3 •
PEI'EB LORI IL LARD.
I Sn'uff & Tobacco lianufacturer,
16 and 16 Chambers St.,
(Formerly 93 Cliallarm Street, Vera Pork,)
Wotild call the attention of Dealers to the
articles of his manufacture, viz. ;
Fine Rappee, Pure Virginia,
Coarse Rappce, Natchitotes,
American Gentleman, COrienliagen,
Scotch. . Honey Den• Scotch,
High TOSfi Scotch, Fresh' Honey Dew Scottli,
Irish High Toast, Fresh Scotch,
,or Lundvfoot. .
if 4l *.Altention is called to the large reduc
tion in prices of Fine. Cut Chewing and Smok
ing Tobaccos, which will be fottud,of a Supe
141fOKISG. FINE CUT CLINIVING. 81i0EING.
Long, P. A. L., or plain, S. logo,
No. .t , Cavendish, or Sweet, ,spapish,
No. 2. Sweet Seemed Oronoco, °sinister,
Nos. 1& 2 mixed. . Turkish.
Granulated. Tin Foil aTendish.
N. B.—A circular of prices will be sent on
ViTHEII.EAS, letters. of
V V the estate of H. H. Phillips, late Or the
county of Pottei, ilec'd; have been granted to
the subscribers. all persons indebted to said
estate are req'Oested to rimke Immediate pay,
ment and those harinlr, against the
same will present them duly autlienticci.ed for.
setrrenient LOLTISA PHILLIPS, and
L. D. ESTtS, Admsrs.
Genesee, Nov'r 16, 1863 pd
It. Spencer's Ready=Pay Store is
•' the only strictly Cash Store in Couder
sport. If you wish to buy Goods for CASH,
call at Spencer's - -
NTOTICE is hereby given that letters exec
-111 utory on the last *lll. and testament of
WILLIAM FLING, late of Ulysies Tp., Potter
eennty,• decd, have this day been. granted to
the undersigned by.the Register of said coon,-
- ty,.. All persons indebted to said descedent
gill please.make' payment and' those having
claims . will present them duly authenticated'
• - ELLEN FLING, ExecuVi.
HOSE indebted to' E. K. Speiteer
please call and settle without (Way.
C' 'CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE EXiRABi
-- Pure 7-7
Dr. Ho (if/ 2 mPa
M. Jackson, PO.a.da. L
*ILL EFI'E'6I4JALLY . CUAL
or Arerrons Dc DiJeas , •s rf
thelKianclis: and all diseasfrs
frOa.a,disorrlereil Li'ver or, &O . »foga,
.uch I.S Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness
or Bki.od to the lieltd.Acidity of theStorilnelt,
Nitol,ll. Heartburn, lli:gtist for Food,Ful
neiis or Weight in the Stomach, sour
Eructations; Sinkinz. or Fluttering at
the l'it of the BLotnaell;,Switutning
!of the lfead; Hurried and Difli- '
nit Bi-eathing. 11k - tering. at, the Deart,C.:ok
ing Sufrocating• Sensations when in a ly
ine imstare Dimness of 4 ision. Duts or
Webs before the Sight; F'Fver and dull
Pain' in the Head. Deficiency of Per
spiration, Yellownbss of the, Skin
land EyeS.Pain in the Side. Dad:,
hest,' Limbs. .lc„ Sudden Flushes of Heat
Burning in the Flesh, Constunt Imagi
nings of Evil, nod great.Deptessions.
1100.FLAND'S GERMAN . BITTTSS
Are not a new and untried article, but have
"stood the test -of fifteen years trial by the
'Agleam public; and their reputAtion stud
4nie, are not rivaled by any similar prepara
Ile!proprietors have tho4ands of Z,t!ers
rom the most eminent
LERG Y M.EN,
• -LAW Y ERS.
PH YSICIA NS, and
estiQin,g of their own personal knowledge ;
1 p the taenCliciat etlects and medkal virtues of
Ite - se Bitters.
11 , •
' iTTftNTiON, SOLDIERS;
i lain VIZ FUIENDS OF SOLDIERS.
We call the attention ofall having rPlatioes
( r (Hei's in the army to the fact that , •11001 , -
1 1 .,ANIPzi German Bitter.-.."- will Cure nine tenths
.1 thel diseases induced try: exposures rind
I trivati l tens incident to camp life. In the lists.
1 ithlished almost daily in the newspapers, on
he arrival of the sick, it ‘7:11, be noticed that
very Ilarge proportion arc sutret 4 .ng front de
ility. Every case of that kind can be read
,)y cured by llootiand's German Bitters.-
11iseases resulting front tEsorderi of the diges
lye organs are speedily removed. We have
: o hesitatior, in. stating that: if tges..e Bitters
•( ,, re freely used among our soldiers, bun
, reds of lives might be saved that other-
Ose will be lost. i - ,
W e call particular attention to the follow.
Jig remarkable and aye!' atithenticated cure
cne "te nation's heroes, whose life, to
se hjit own Inogudge, “lin3 , b.eu :aved by
to Bitters ;"
PREADELPITII, Aug. 23:, 1Er...3.
Mesggs. JoNr.s 4 - , I;rAN9.--WOll, gentlemen.
our Dioufland German Bitters has SAVC , I irks
tie. Thero is no mistake in this. It• is
otichd fot• by numbers .of my comrades
l ante o l if whose names.are aup'ended, and wile
'ere fdlly (7onizarit of all the cireumstAner4
11' my case. I am, and have been for the I.ai
Ina years, n member curt:l)l'3le'
rat tery r . nitd under the cum
and 'of Capt. R. B. Ayres - , ihroligh the
xpoSit're agendant liven f.iy :111111011, , duties.
was attayi.Eed in November . l'.ll;lW . :f.h Cntlittn
!ion of the lungs, and ryas fir SCreljty.tWo
1 , 13 . S in the hospital. This ti-as folioired by
real liy an ::tuck of
i lvsentery. I was then ren:orcil froui the
- bite ilouse, and sent to this boa-rd
the Steamer -St..,te of Maine;'' frJut ',lhieh I
lAnded On the 28111 of June. Since, thavtimt .
I have been about as low as 7.nyone cial.l lir
aid still retain a. spark of yital:ty. For a
meek or more I was scarcely able to swallow
at;tythilig. and ill did force ai morsel doe a, it
t e as inn l nediatedy thrown up :Vain.
I could not even lie . ep a oirts of water on
ily stonutcl;. Lire 'could not last . uraler each
,aceordingly the physi
ibns who ti ad been worki:.g faithfu4, tho'
nsuceMisfully, to rescue rue from the graip
the dread archer, frankly! told they
Aid d) no more for me, and adyked'lne to
elergyman,.and to make such diwosi
on of my limited funds as be6t suited tee
h acquaintance who visited me at the hoe
pital, :dr. Frederick Stciablon,H)f.',. , i.v.,th htloW
Arch Street, advised mei as: a furlo:n hone,
to try your Ilitters, preenred a
Zottre. ;From the time T commenced t.tking
them the gloomy shadow ci death receded,
ard I aM now. thank God fur i', getting bet
,ter. Though I have taken but two bottler, I
hare gained ten pounds,'end i feel sanguine
being• remitted to rejoin my And
(laty:liter,. from whom I have heard nothing
fot elfleeett months ; for. gentlemen. I am a
lokat Virginia:ll', from the viclusty
Rdyal. :To your invaluable Bitters I owe.the
eekainty of life which has taken , the &Hee of
vaoe fears—to Your Bitters will I owe the,
glorious privilege of again clasping to my
bosom those who.are deare4t to me in life.
VerY truly yours, ISAAC 14ALONE. ,
We fully concur iu the truth of the.aboye
statement, its we had des; airNl of seeing onr
comrade, Mr. Malone., restored to health.
John Cuddlebaelt, Ist New York,Battery.
George A. Ackley, Co: 0, 11th Maine.
Lewis Cheralier, 92d Sew YOrk.
I. B. Spenee,r,.lst Winery. Battery F.
Faewell, Co. B. 2d Vermont. •
Henri B. Jerome, Co. B, do.
Homy T. Macdonald,' Co. C,.6th
John F. Ward, Co. 11, :nth Maine.
fiernattn.Koeli r Co. 11, 72d New York.
Nathaniel B. Thomas. Co. F, 9 .7ith-Penn." ,
Audrey Co. A. 3d Vermont,
John Jenkins, Co. B. 106111 Perm .
MANHOOD: . -
HOW LOST! - HOW RESTORIM !
Just puldishe.tl in a sealed envelope, price 0 cts
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment aildlad
- ical cure of Spermatorhcea or Seminal Weak,"
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! . tieSS. Sexual Debility, Nervousness, andlovol.
See that the signature of
~c . i s i, JAch-so N t, untnry Ernission;, including Impt.-ncy. Cemt
is on the WuArrzn of each bottle. suMption mid : Mental and Physict3l Deb4ity,
PrticFlS: I BY Bos.'i J. Crtrzatrztt, Itt. D.
The important fast that the awful con.reqiien e ,
Large Size (holding nearly double quantity) I ces of slf..
9 Abuse may be effectually removed
.. , . :: c ri.oo per Bottle—half: doz.. $5.00 •
F witliontrint'err - .1 medicines or the dangerous Small - Size,---75 cts. pr Bottle—half doz. $4.00 a - pplicatiiiii of causti , ..S.lntitnientsonetlieated
Shouirt your nearest draigist not have the bougie - 4 and other iMPirical devices, is here
article..do not be ptit otf by any. of the intox- clearly demonstrated, and the entirely ri'
Icatini preliffationd that may be offered la its and highly successful treatment.as adopted bye
place, 'art send to - us, and we :will forward, thecelebi-atedauthnr,fuli,Yexplainetl,isymettw•-
securelY picked, by express.: - - of Wbieh 'every, one is enabled to cure biegis m •
t i ftINCJFAL OFFICE AN-101tANLTFACTOISY i the le•rt oaeible cwt. then -
• peilect . li : and a .4p ,- rue t,-then • - -by avoiding all Vie adverti.sed nostrhipt of ti .
~.., : No: 031 Arch Street,-• - day.. ..This lecture will prove n_boa-... tboi.--,
JONO T e ' -1 1 i T T l i. --• v T ci - !sands arid. thOusands. : . . • . :i •
.F..... , 4i-p !.4/711 , 7 , • , * *Emit under seal, to any all•lrega. 'it
•, 0 • .
• . (suc c eis or p to C. ILJApKsoN k etc,):: .i-plaia, "sealed • envelope, on the ree,*int of ‘--:
`O ...PRUFRI A 1-0118. eents t ,oetwo postage stamps,.by.natte:N4?l4
Irt-aale t& Diruggisti ;in:ll)4l4i ta e eery '
Dr. CHAS. J. liLl'""
to*P.ia tha treite4 fiPst9s. - 1:; Bowery, New York, l. r r ' 64"."
' CHERRY --
i Fflt TIIE RAPID CURE OF
olds, Cone's, and
Iltuxruntx, Md. Dec, 1555.
,• C. Arch: I do not hesitate to ut'
the tx-st remedy I have ever Limo! for
ttsu,lot. Doarscixri, hulooura,: and the
concomitant symptoms of a Cold, Is your
C'Elzaar con!dmit use its
Practice :tint my fetidly for 'the last
p t ,, sears has shown it to p0..3013 suite.
I rior •, ,, :vtues for the treatment Of these
'•, f a d Ad. EBEN H.S101I'l" D
"‘"-. n 1'541 :4 - e . elf r a C ui c. l i n N na :Y 7fa lv. era s I'l
, ustsl your :":e• . ail , i • ..• m CI: sinew
the befit medicine for lie
. 11, P s u l h • rtre ' n e t; c - r l3 P ro ut dc u tlia t. re 1 1 ,: 1411t31112 " " than do rsitllo l
tai C l 4
take any other remedyY
CroupkWhooping COrigh, enytr
. .• SPRINGFIELD, Visa., Feb.:, With ~
Itr.oritcr. Area: I will cheerfully eertif,Y)wir PgMensti
is the b,st remedy we porsess for the Care of !Pune** ,
()Agit, Ceoup, toil the cps tlieoasci of children. :We et '
• your, Sraternity in theZintth appreciate your akAll tunt
col n:end your - medicine to our people.
I 1111 tll CONKLIN, M. D.
4SI6S itE,_Esq.. l .ktcyrztres. la., writes, Gd Jan4i /SW:
tedtons Influenza, which counped me In dew
' six:weeks; tick many 1110likilly1 without relief; flint&
triki your 1".r., - .Tonst by the thrice of our clergyma7
The first lice relieved the soreness in my tlanot sa
lungs; leas than one ludf tho battle made tiie comOretsil;
well. Your medicines are the chattiest as well 115 Medan.
we tnri buy, and we esteeni you; Dcolor, and yotir 'now.
diest, as the pour MAO , friend."
!Alums or Phthisic, and Brobchitis.
svi.sTlANCltr.FrElt, PA rn .reb. ISM
Sta: CREP.7.r PECTORAL is performik nuarTellovill
enrqs iit this section. It has relieved sereral from alarm.,
iti" , }iyuiptoins of consiluiption. gist, is now Curing a mast
wlikt ha., labereil tinder an at/i..etiou o 1 tho Thugs for U.
last forty yearg. HENRY L PARKS, Nerchimt.
RA3ISEY, ALMON". MONROE : PO; - 111 Va;
'‘ . ritise, Sept. 6,-1555: "During my practice of many years,
I Igire'founit nothing e . pal to your CIVERET PECIVIAL.
giving va=c nut relit t lt-ccistimptive patieuts, or fttritt
such as ore curable."
WO might all Volumes of evidence, tint the irinsf wee'
vincfng pr o of of the virtues of this remedy is futtud Iti SM
Prdbalply no one remedy has ever been knmenrwhiek .
curer so nutuy and such daugervus cases n 5 th!e. .Sotne
no Imman aid ran eencl;lit even to those the CuWIWI
ri.tM:inat. affords t eller and comfort.'
ASTOR TIOCsE, NEW YORK CITT. March 5..1t 1 86
Docrron Sim. LOWELL: I foil it n dntypnd a Itlerunsris
ttrinform you what your Cut nag PFEVIVII/B13:4 , 4111 for,
my wife. She hat been fire months s lalzging: tinder tha
an,, , ,romt symptom= of Comm:option, from which tto aid
ire could ittrieure gave her intolt relief...Shammy iskeadfir
until Dr. Is; tron.g. of this city, at le-t e,wo hailt come. .
fir tOt rocomtiomile,l Et trial of ,)our medicine. WI,
bless his kindness, m we do your skill, for she by ICCOT..
ere,' train that day. „She is not yet as strong as eh; nits!
to b.e.i lint is free front ,lier,ciutgli. and calls herself well.
Vourti with gratitntle*andstoght .1,
tIItLANDO SHELBY, or Snarls - az.' z.
(lui'finsp(feet. do.lod I , ;pair till you bare tried ATEVII .
Ctrcngi I'Lraff:.ll.. It is math; by alleOfilio Lest medical
chemists indlie world, and its come all around us Ix spes,V
the high merits of its tirtuts.—Drilacir/pria Ledger.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills;
it:iences of elientitry and ltistlicine Ewa been
taxed their uttih.ce: to pro.ince this bust, most pertiset
purgative which is 1, -now Uto Man. Innumerable proeb :
are shbwn that tine Pats have virtues Nt bid/ SIIITSS3IO
excellence the ordinary misiirines. and that they win ua;
prece4ientedly upon the cave in of oil men. They aro ash.
ant pleiisant to take, but pow( riot to curs. Their pene . .„
tracing properties 4iinylate the vital activities of the body,
reolole the obstritctins f its organs. purity the blood,
and expel tli4ez,i3. purge out the foul 1 ore which
breed, nod grow di,tetUper, etinintate aluggisti or -di.103.:
tlered . orptus into their natural action, and impart healthy
tone With ~ tretigth to the u-ho system. only dot
they cure the every-day conipininte of every body, but.
aLo f;, , rutidsble and ;14.1w : en:us di...en:ere the! hive tallied'
Cee t;d•zt.of human EMIT. While the 3% pru.lueu t.o.trarrai
et:1.041 they ore at the FAM , doses, the
ear:stood Lest physic tint ran i.e employed for
Being;'euntar-crated, they are piresaiit to Miss; wad;
purely vegetable, are Icc Wean any I isk of harm. Corea'
have been made 0 hi.. 11 anrasO !whet' were they not =b.
Itantifiltitt by i.:;en of eucli iielVtots e , ed canape:se
solo' Partid till cf untruth. Many cminent
clorgitnen out phygeiaus Lave tout their
,:,rotes to eert7-
fy to the public the reliability of my rellicdies, while oars'
cis ince sent me the gt.,+:11'311 , 0 of their eottlctlan that
try Pr4arution, contribute inimeneely to the relief of col
. The Agent - Iwpm nanted ie piea.e.i to fend-it paths my,
dateriran .41nialtac.oentainiog•tliyeetious fortboir use sad
eertif.eate. of their cures, of the folio...hie-
Costiveue.s. Diiian. ( - elephant., Illionfnatiatn, Di•apist,'
frtartburn, 11, ,, jula,hc• a ntl Sioniaell, Nau
sea. Intlitcostien, Mothif Inaiaien of the ittaia-ls ,nd rain
ari6ing.therefront...'Fiatuleney. 1.0. s t , f.Apprbt.m. all Li/cer
n:ls and flutowor requi, o au evacuant
31 4.1!e1he, i.etofilla or i sg ii.
They :qv, by rtnify.
tog the stinattuting the eyettyrn.: cue many
which it mould flat belhhl.. ,, zel they;could
Neer ace It litaNlity. Deialteeniente of the Liver cud Kid
mrt. (ivet, a la i other !tiudeed complaints arieirq: *eau
icew FA:4e ,11 the dy or ob.structi. in of its fun , tions.
Do net be Ina. oft ithpriucillicd dealer. w:tl3 no
otlol' pill thoy tue'lto more profit no. A.k for Aria's'
tel Lilo nothing el.e. io °Our the; can gin
you earriparts with this in Ito lutOnsk t ntue,er candies .
powers, The rick want the best aid there w for them,'
and they' should have it.
iPreitalTili by Dr. 3.: C. ATER,
rractical and Aaalptical Choraist, Me%
Peres 23 Crs. rEr.. MAD; r $l.
Just,ir, and to ho sold just as cheap as the
"times!' will :Iliac:.
. An.asFortmcnt of almost erm-ythiak needed :
by anybody, Such as
. BOOTS & :MOM
.1 And the Medicines,
In exchange I Ivallo
• ' GIZEE.NIIACKS
DRIED !BEI:RTES. COUNTY OR:IL I :RS,
YSS F:S 0 R 11.5% .
'.. Most all kinds of GRAIN.
Brooklanil, Pa., Nor'r, 1833. •
At 1 4 , iatti