The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, December 14, 1864, Image 4

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U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
'The Secretary'of the-Nreitsnry gives notice
that subscriptions",iill - te c rebeived for Coupon
Treasury Notes, Payable from Aug. 15th,1864,
with semi-annual interest at the rate of seven
and ; three-tebthrper cent. per annum,—prin
cipal and interest both to be paid in lawful
money,l
These notes vsill be convertible at the eptiop
of the"4lplder :fit',i:natairity; into six per . cent.
gold-lielritig'bOnds, payrible - nnt IeSS 'Wan tire
nor more than twenty years from their date,
as the Government may elect. They will be
issued in denominations of $5O, $l5O, $5OO,
$l,OOO and w!oyirid itubser . iptions must I
be for fifty alollais or .qome: multiple of lift}'
dollars.
- The notes will beiransmitted to - the owners
free of transportation charges as soon after
the receipt of the original Certificates of De
, - resit as they can be prepared. _
As the notes draw interest from August 15,
persons making deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued from date
of note to-date of deposit.
Parties, depositiug i ..twenty-fiye thousand
dollariMd up,witidsfor , these notes at:any-one
time mill be allowed a commission of one
- quarter of on i t per cent., which will be paid
by the Tress ry Department upon the -receipt
of the bill for the amount, certified to by the
!officer with whom the deposit was made. No
Weductions for coratutssions must. be .made
SP.geI.A.L :ABVANTAGES ,of thh:LO.A.Y.
lels;a:•Nition - al r Savings Tanis, offering a
higher rate of interest than any other; and
the best security. Any savings' be. 4 which
pays its depositors in U. S: Notes, Considers
that it is paying in the best cirettlaithi, me
dium of the country, and it cannot pay in any
thing better, for its own assets arq either in
government s.epprities 4r in- notes or bonds
payable in gevonitiMat paper: , -
It is equally convenient as a temporary or
permanent investment. The notes can' al
ways be',sold for within a fraction of their
face and accumulated interest, and are the
best security with banks as collatterals for
discounts.
Converlible into eiSi.e . per cent. .5:.20 Gold Bond.
In addition to the very .liberal interest on
the notes for three years, this privilege of
conversion is now wortlfatiputthree per 'cent.
for the current rate for 5.20 Bonds is not less
than nine per cent. premium, and. beforo.the war
the premium on six per cent. U. S..stocks was
over twenty per cent. It will be seen that
the actual profit on this loan, at the present
market rate, is not losilhati teirper cent. per
annum.
Its Exemption from State or Municipal Tazatian.
But aside frorcotllthe advantages we haVe
enumerated, a special Act of Congress cx
empjs all bonds and Treasury notes from local
tazolion. Cu the average, this exemption '
wbittt abouttivo`percent. per annum, accord-'.
ing to the rate of taxation in various parts of,
the country. . .
It isbelieved that no securities offer so great
laducements to lenders as those issued by the
government. In all other forms of indebted
ness, the faith or ability of private partiesor
stock companies, or separate communities,
only, is pledged for payment, while the whole
propertyot the•couutr,y - is ,held to secure the
dischitrge of all the obligations of the United
States.
While the of offers the most liberal
terms for its loan's, it believes that the very
strongest appeal will be to the loyalty and
patriotism of the people.
Duplicate ceitifftates" will be issued for all
deposits. The party depositing must endorse I
upon the original certificate the denomination!
of notes - required, and whether they are to be
.ssued in blank or payable to order. When
so endorsed it must be left with the officer re
ceiving. the: deposit, to be forwarded to .I.he
TreasutY'Depitrtment.
Subscriptions will be received by the Treas
urer of the United State - s - , at Washington, the
several Assistant Treasurers and designated
DepoSitaries, 'and by the" .
First National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa.
First National Bank - of Danville, Pa.
First Natiohal Bank of Erie - , Pa.
First• National Bank of Pittsburg . , Pa.
alifff:by lilt. Nti:tlonal Banks which are deposi.
taxies of public money, and
AU Respectable 13anks and 13ankers1
throualleuCthe country will give further ',in•
format ion and
Affo r d every Facility to A'abscriloe+.
Lio3mi
w Administrator's - ,Notice'.
ttl;NLe t o . tlmitratio
n to
t state o
WILSON
erlsoNlate
of Allegany township, Potter county, dee'd,
have been granted to the subscriber, all per
.1541-0441Ptcd, tn .§
?Id t t are requested to
nAt , pitynietit; vin g.
claims arinqt the same will present 114 m,
duly authenticated, for settlement to
• ,`
HUDSON HENDRYX,
Allegany, Aug. 30, 1864'
ROdlli AGENTS WA.N'rED
ro dell by subscription, with sample, excel
lent Popular Illustrated Family .Workt
Arnoug„thespika low price HISTQUY of the.
b EPLIO) , T, of W 43 over flirty thousand of
l'hafe: nliefidy beeti sold. It is a gimd
business' for ex-Sold.iers, and others out of
employment.
Also, for sale to Pedlers, Merchants, and
A gehp,,,Stationery -Packages, Battle Scenes,
PevertiltS lii:Votkiey;piclures fur ; "the Times,"
Weir Haps, beautiful Alfium Cards, - Currency
Holders, etc. For Circulars, with particulars
Anti terms, address
HENRY HOWE,
No. HI 2fitin Street, Cincinnati, O.
Auditor's Notice.
MITE undersigned, Auditor, appointed by
I. the Orphan's Court of Potter ctunty to
distribute the funds iu the bands or the Ad
ministrator, arisiug, frotnsalo of real estate of
P. 'l'. Iloxie, dec'd, among the persons legally
entitled thereto, will meet the parties inter
ested, lit his ((lice in Coudersport, on Satur
day the 17th day of December next, at' 10
o'clock. A. M., and perform the duties of his
:appointment. ,DAN Kra,. Auditor..
NOV. 14. 186.4
Relate of George Estes. Decd.
,/-1•10aICE.
•
TITEIETZEAS,Jetieis' of administration on
V V the estate of George Esies, late of He
r. brou township, deed. have beemzgrtinted to
the, undersigned, notice is hereby given to all
parions - linowing thernselieS indebted to said
estate to call and settle immediately and those
Lacing claims to present them for payment.
•
PALLY ESTES, Administrutrix.
`Hebron, Nov. 224 , 16.61 6t
• '
Estray.
I AME to.the premises of the stibstriber in
Harrison township, Potter , :ounty, Pa.,
hoat.the ,SOtilt;; - pqto,ber,. - two year old
heifeilYiittea .orrel'brocklect face: The
owner wilt come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take her a way', or she will be
dfvnetciitiiit t o
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HARPERS BROTHERS; ,
•Franklin &Mare, New York
OLEAN ACADEMY.
The Fall Term will commence August 31st
1864 and, continue thirteen weeks. Tuition
from $4.00 to $B.OO per term. Board can he
had in -the Principal's family. Rooms for
self-boarding can be had in the Abatlemy
Buildings at $2.00 per term.
E. WILDMAN,- A. M. Principal, assisted
by other Teaeiiers.
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SUBSCRIPTIONS.
• 1865.
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J. C. GARRIGUES & CO.,
Publishers, aod'Booksellers,
148 S. Fourth St., Philadelphia, Pa
SUBSCRIPTIONS
Winter Goods
OLMSTED'S.
VOUR atttention is invittd to the large and
attractive stock just• received, and , for
sale as low as the same fidelities can he bought
anywhere in the county.
We have on hand a large and varied as
sortment of co-nprising
BROWN SHEETINGS, and ' '
SIIIRTINGS,
BLEACHED MUSLINS,
J I DINIAIS, • •
, STRIPES,
• 0 • CHECKS,
TIMINGS, and "
COTTON FLANNELS;;on which-we
cannot be undersold.
We purchase our floods for Cash and offer
them at a very smalludvanCe
' From Cost.
FLANNELS.
r you want to purchase
•
RED,
BLUE, or
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTIN9r FLANNEL, call
At Olmsted's.
DRESS GOODS;
DELIINES.
PRINTS,
HOODS,
SONTAGS,
NUBIAS,
BALSIORAL SKIRTS,
CLOTHS, and
CASSI3IERES,
a fair supply
CLOTHING.
DON'T fail to 'call before purchasing and
see the assortment
At Olmsted's •
BOOTS& SHOES
FOR Men, Women & Children, in great va
X riekt , and cheap
For Molasses, Syrn'N'Sognr, Tea and Coffee
n fact everything in the Grocery line, call
AT OLMSTED'S
A full assortment of almost everything that is
kept in a country atoto on hand. We intend
o keep Goods that 'will give satisfaction and
sell good articles at the 'lowest living profit
AT OLMSTED'S;
~ntE~.
Grain, of all kinds,
Butter, Wool,
Deer Skins•
Also, '
County,.Township and School Orders, for all
of which the highest prices will be paid ,
• At Olmsted's
Coudersport, Pa,Nor'r 18, eggt
1864 1864
Brings many a change,. therefore I have con
cluded to change my system of doing business
and I shall hereafter sell for
CASH or PRODUCE,
BUTTER, ;ART),
EGGS, RAGS,. GRAIN,
DRIED BERRIES, &c.
LN my stock of Groceries I have a choice
assortment of
TEAS,
GREEN,
• BLACK,
and JAPAN.
SUGARS,
MOLASSES,
,
- HONEY SYRUP
SALARATUS,
COFFEE,
Also, PREPARED COFFEE,
MUSTARI; •
' SPICE,
PEPPER, &0., &o.
Ihave a good stock (bought so that I am
enabled to sell at prices current before the
War) of
DRUGS, and
PATENT MEDICINES,
AIso,'KEROSENE OIL.
ANKEE NOTIONS,
EXTRACTS, and
are still kept
FLOUR,
PORK,
MEAL of all kinds.
And many other things too numerous to
mention kept constantly on hand and will
be sold for i •
LESS PROFIT
than ever before offered in this market.
E. K. SPENCER.
Jann 20, 1864.
Dr. A. FRENCH's
CELEBRATED TONIC BITTERS
ARE Lecoming tic most popular Medicine
in circulation ifor the cure of
LIVER COMPLAIV, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN
DICE, DEBISITY OF THE NERVOUS.
SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS of the
STOEACIE and 'DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
It also gaining a great reputation in the
CURE of DIPT-HERIA, -
Priniipal Office, Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa
AT ,
GRAY,
BROCITE, and
WOOLEN SHAWS,
At Olmsted's.
At Olmsted's
Embroideries
Dimity Bands, Ladies Collars, 'Cindersleaves
with or without collars at JONES'
Hoods, with tabs or points, for Infants and
Children, Misses and Ladies ; Nubia's, Under
sleeves and Caps at _ JONES'
For Children, Shirting Prints, plain black,
white and black ,blue and white, and all kinds
of Fancy, at • JONES'
Gents' Black Broad Cloth, excellent quality
bought before the rise. Cassimmes ; black
silk mixed, black'and fancy Doeskin, striped,
plain, and Plhid in fancy colors, and Cloth
for Whole suits at JONES'
Sheep Felts, Furs,
Hosiery
Women's wool ribbed, cotton ribbed, cotton
plain, colored and white, plain or fleeced.
Girls' white,!brown, mixed, wool or cotton,
and wool balmoral stockings.
liens' howl and city-mad
Boys', all sizes, white or mixed, at TONES'
For Ladies, Gauntlet and Hand Gloves, Mg
Linen, Cotton, Plain and Fleeced Silk. Gent
fine Driving Gloves, Cassimeres, at JONES'
For Ladies ; Shepherd's Plaid, Brodie, Long
and Square, Woolen Plaid; a great variety, of
elegant colors at JONES'
Of domestic, and foreign manufacture. We
can assure Our patrons that we believe our
stock this spring to be more attractive in this
line than ever before. \ JONES'
13.01 moral Skirts
With only two breadths, mak ifig it necessary
to have but two seams in a full skirt, in a great
variety at ' JONES'
; Groceiies
Teas, Sugars, Choke Syrup, Good Rio Coffee,
West India and Dandelion Coffee, Riee,corn
Starch, Farhat, Cocoa, &c., at JONES'
nrushes
Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Hat, Paint, Varnish
and Artistßrushes at JONES'
Drugs and Fancy . Articles
Oils,• Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Cans,Alcohol, Camphene, Kerosene,Lamp
and Lamp Fixtures,' Glass, Patent Medicines,
Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfumery,Fancy
Soap and Toilet articles, Gum, Hair, Ivory
and Wooden Combs, Pomades and Colognes,
and a fine assortment pf Flavoring Extracts,
Pens, Ink and Paper, and linseed Oil—raw
and boiled, at JONES'
FANCY SOAPS,
PERFUMERY
Clothing
Boys' qtncl Alen's at JONES'
Boots and Shoes
Of every description and the best quality, at
astonishing low prices, at JONES' ,
Wall Paper
Ceiling Paper, Transom Paper, Window Cur
tains, Borders, Tassels and Fixtures, at J's.
HARDWARE, WOODEN-WARE, WILLOW
WARE, NAILS, IRON, PLOWS, WINDOW
SASH, FLOUR, PORK, and FEED, in fact,
everything that the people need can be had at
JONES'.
All of which Will be sold at the lowest rates._
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN
EXCHANGE.
Condersp9rt, Pa:, June, IN&
- EUREKA!
EAvp lingo IT!'
Was the exclamation of the Mtronomsr who
first discovered that the world , moved in its
orbit; not less joyous has been the exclawa-
lion of those who have found THE, PLACE
where GOODS can be purchased FIFTEM
or TWENTY-PER CENT. below the market
price, and let flu i d them as represented. Two
things . are to b 9 considered in purchasing
. I
Goods; the Quality end , the Price; and per
chasers studying: both, can bo better satisfied
with our stock than any other in this or ad
oining counties Think twice before buying
"DEAR TRASH." Now is your time to.pro
cure a, GOOD ARTICLE. “Delays an dan
gerons and sometimes fatal.". Don't wait fir
another enormous advance in Goods.
The following is but a partial list of on
arge assortment:
I , leririos
The attention of the Ladies is called to the
stock of Merinoes,Black,Brown, Blue, Maroon,
Drab and White. Some of these were bought
previous to the 'rise And will be sold nearly as
low as present wholesale prices at JONES'
La,dies Cloth
Mack, Grey, and Fancy Colors at JONES'
Boy's Wear
Cassirneres, Striped, Checked, and Plaids
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, and Cottonades o
the very best quality at JONES'
Mourning Goods
Black Silks, AlpacaS, Empress Cloth,.Bomba
zine, De(aims, Rep Cloths, and Black and
Purple Goods of various kinds at JONES'
Domestics
Heavy Sheeting's, three-quarter,four-quarter,
five-quarter, fine unbleached ; Pillow Case
and Sheeting Muslin, Shirting, Ten-quarter
bleached for sheets at . JONES'
• White Goods
Bari:ed Muslin, Plain ...lancelet, Cambric for
Sitirts, Irish Linen, Swiss Milslins, Nainsook
Muslin, plaid, striped or plain, and Bishop
Lawns at • JONES'
Woolen Goods
Prints
Cloths
Gloves
Shawls
Delaines
_ .
4 • - 1364.
1110IIILIDELPIIIS& ERIE RAILROAD.--
Tb.ii great line traverses the Northern
end Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to
the city - of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has oeen leased by the Pennsylvania. Rail
Road Company, and trader their auspices 'is
being rapidly opened throughout its entire
length. •
It is now in use for Passenger and Freight
business from Harrisburg to St. Mary's (216'
miles) on the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erie, (75 miles) on the Western
Division.
TIRE OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT EMPOMUSI
Leave Eastward,
Through Mail Train
' Leave Westward
Through Mail Train 10 19 A. M.
Cars run through wrrnorr cmtNnn both
ways between Philadelphia and Lock Haven
and between Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Express Trains
both ways between Williamsport and Balti
more, and Williamsport and Philadelphia.
For information respecting Passenger busi
ness apply at the S. E. Cor. 12th and Market
Streets.
And for Freight business of the Company's
Agents :
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor% 13th and Market
Sts Philadeiphia.
J. W. Reynolds Erie.
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R. Baltimore.
H. H. HOUSTON,
Freight Agt. PhWa
LEWIS L. Efourr,
• Gen'l Ticket 221. Phil'a.
Jos: D. POTTS
Gen"l Manager, Williamsport.
Rare Chances !
I offer for sale on reasonable terms and lib
eral time:
ONE FARM !-146 Acres-4G Cleared
ONE FARM !-235 Acres-80 Cleared
ONE FARM !-50 Acres-15 Cleared
ONE FAR).I !-300 Acres-5 Cleared
And lots of other Farms and Land
Some money may be required down.
Lucien Bird.
Brookland, Pa., July 2, '64 • tf
Having secured the services of
HENRY S. COWEITRN,
BLACKSMITH
of twenty years experience in England and
America. I am' prepared to furnish farmers
and travelers-with the best of
.Horse and Ox Shoeing,
Shingle Knives, Butcher Knives &c., promptly
L. BIRD, Proprietor,
'Brookland, Potter Co., Pa.
formerly called Cushiugville.
Hay 25, 1864.
AT
H. J. OLMSTED'S
STORE can always, be found the best o
Cooking, Box and Parlor
STOVES.
Also. TIN and SHEET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYLNG-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. Also,
Agricultural Implements.
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG-POWERS, au.
HIS WORK
is well made and the material good. Good
. and substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in
any part of the County—Terms easy. Ready
Pay of all kinds, including Cash, seldom
refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Mg. 1, 18G3.--50
PUTNAM
'Clothes Wringer
Will wring anything frotn‘a single Thread to
a Bed-Quilt.
PRICES : $5.50, $6.00, and $B.OO.
P. A, Stebbins & .Co.,
Agents for Potter county.--Jan 25, 1863
P. A. STEB 1F & co,,
•
ARE
Paying tho highest price in
CASH• for
•
•
WOOL !
50,000 POUNDS WANTED !
pndersport, Juno 28, 1864.
. P. A. Stpbbins & Co.
ARE AGENTS for the sale of
WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING
MACHINES for Potter County
Noy'r 18, '63
DR. TOI3IAS'
VENITIAN LINIZENT
H AS
GIVEN UNIVERSAL SATISFAC
■ 1 :TION during the fourteen years it has
been introduced into- the United States.—
After being tried by millions, it has been
proclatmed the pain destroyer of *he worjd.
Pain cannot be where this liniment is ap.?
plied. If used as directed it cannot and nev
er has failed in a single instance. For colds,
coughs - and influenza, it can't be beat. One
25 cent bottle will cure all the above, besides
being useful in every family for sudden acci
dents, such as burns, cuts, scalds, insect
stings, &c. It is perfectly innocent to take
internally, and can be given to the oldest
person or youngest child. Price 25 and Su
cents a bottle. Office, 5C Cortlandt Street,
New York. Sold by all druggists.
CLASH PAID FOR BUTTER,
V by . E. K;Spencer
,
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infeetion = Which'. 'irii
SettoruLA larks
ithe ccies.titqtions ot •
inuldiu.des ofnteii:: It
. , -
either produces or is
produced 'by an "en
vitiated state
L1 17 '4 , 44;k. „IA the. blood, wherein
1, " - - that fluid becomes ad •Ep
4 'l-2- competent to sustain
rn, the vital foreei in their.
• km9' %1
, r,7; • 4
. 4. vigorous action, and
the system to
into disorder and
decay. The scrofulous contamination is va
riously caused by mercurial disease, low
living, dis Ordered .digestion from Unhealthy
food, impure air; filth .and filthy habits.,
the depressing vices; and, above all; by
the venereal infection. Whatever be its,
origin,' it is hereditary in the constitution,
descending "from parents to children unto
the third and fourth generation; "
seems to be the rod of him who says, •'I
visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their.
children." The diseases it originates. tabu .
various navies ; aecoiding to the Organs it,
attacks. 111 the lungs; Scrofula prodnees,
tubercles ; arid finally, Consumption; in the ,
glands ; swellings which suppurate and be:
come uleercius sores; . - In the. stomach and
bower, derangements which produce indite
gestion, dyspepsia, and, liver complaints p on
the skin, eruptive and Lltaneous Offections:
These, all having the same origin, require the'
same remedy, viz., purification and invigora--
' Lion of the blood. Purify 'the blood, and
these dangerous distempers leave you. With
foul, or corrupted blood, you cannot .
have health P with that '`life of the flesh,
healthy, you:cannot have scrofulous disease:
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
is compounded from the most effectual an 6 ::
dotes that medical science has discovered for
this afflicting' distemper, and for the cure or
the disorders it entails. That it is far supe
.rior to any; other remedy yet devised, is
known by all who have given it a tria. That
it doesi combine virtues truly extraordinary
in their effect upon this class of complaints,
is indisputably proven by the great multitude
of publicly known and remarkable cures it
has made of• the following diseases : King' s
Evil, .or Glandular Swellings, Tumors,
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores,
Erysipelas, Rose or St. Anthony's Fire,
Salt .Rh - eum, Scald Head, Coughs from.
tuberculous deposits in the lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia,
Dysudpsia .or Indigestion, Syphilis and.
Syphilitic Infections,'ldercurial Diseases,
Female Weaknesses and, indeed, the whole
series of complaints that arise from impurity
of the blood. Minute reports of individual
cases may he found in AYER'S AM_EILICkt
ALMANAC, Odell is furnished - to the druggists
for gratuitous distribution, wherein may
learned the . directions for its use, and some
of the remarkable cures which it has made
when all other remedies had failed )to afford..
relief. • Those cases ate purposely taken
from • all sections of the 'country,; in order
that every reader may have access to some
one who cal speak to him of its beriefits front
personal experience. Scrofula depresses The
vital energies, and thus leaves its victims far
more subject to disease and its fatal results
than are healthy constitutions. • Hence it
tendsto shOrten, and - does greatly shorten,
the average duration of human life. The
vast importance of these considerations has
led us' to spend years in perfecting a remedy
which is adequate to its cure. This we now
offer to the;public undefthe nanieiof Armes
SARSAPARILLA, although it is composed of
ingredients; some of which exceed the best
of Sarsaparilla in alterative power. By -its I
aid you may protect yourself from 'the suffer- '
ing and danger of these disorders. Purge
out the foul corruptions that rot and fester
in the blood, purge out the causes of disease,
and vigorous health will follow. By its peet",-..
liar virtues: this remedy stimulates the vital
functions, and thus expels the distempers
which lurk within the system or burst out
on any part of it.
210 P. 31
We knotv the public have been deceived
by many compounds of Sa4apiqilla, that
promised Much and did nothing; but they
will neither be deceived nor disappointed in
this. i Its virtues have . been proven by abun
dant trial, trod there remains no question of •
its surpassing excellence for the cure of the
afflicting diseases it is intended 'to reach.
Although under the same name, it is a very
different medicine from any other which has
been before the. people, and is far more ef
fectual thah any other which has ever been
available 14 them.
.A.-Ymzvs
CHERRY PECTORAL,
The World's Great Remedy for
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con.
,somption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanced stages
of the disease.
This ha. 4 been so long used and so uni
versally known, that' we need do no more
than assure the public that its quality is kept
up to the best it ever has been, and that it
may be relied on to dO all it has ever done.
Prepared by Dn. J. C. ATER & CO.,
.Practical and Analytical Chendak
' Lowell, Mass.
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everywhere.
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