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••• •ttere, - • • ,
The Secretaii of the - Treasury gives notice
• that subscriptions will be received for Coupon
Treasury Notes, payable from Aug. 15th,1864,
with semi-annual interest at the rate of seven
and three-tenths per cent. per annuris,—prin
`Cipul and interest both to be paid in lawful
• woke: :
Ttler"notievill•bettinfertihle.at the ePtion
at - iiittlifritY, into sliper
, gold bearing bonds, payable not less than five
nor more than twenty years from their date,
as the GoVernment way elect. They will be
issnt•d iofiewatoimilious.of 'tip, $lOO, $6OO,
sl,ooooteigsoo,3nitiall subscriptions must!
be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty
dollars. ' I
The notes will be transmitted to the owners
free of transpottation charges as soon after!
the receipt...of-the original Certificates of De-'
posit as they can be prepared. •
As the notes draw interest from Augustls,
persons waking deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued from date ,
. of-Ate tO data a deposity
I ,, Nrtiee ) defiesitine:twenty-five thouSanci
dollars and upwards for these notes at any one!
time will be allowed - a commission of ate
quarter of one per cent„ which will be phid
by the Treasury Department upon the receipt,
of the bill for the amount, certified to by the;
.••-I,:Offteer:•telth,-sehom the, deposit was made. !SlNfdll
It o slitdgeitms: for : censmtssions must • be, made!
-11AriFit,14.0.AePPSiti- • - -.; - • I
SPATIAL AD 7.;1:2&_:1 G. - E3 of tbia
d 'itis a National Savings Bank, offering a
higher rate of interest than any other, and
best security. Amy savings bank which
• pays its depositors in 13. S. Notes, considers
' that it is paying in the best circulating me-ci
diem of the country, and it cannot pay in any-I
thing Vetferofor, on* :assefis are tither ink
government securities notes or Wads!
payable in government 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- collatterali fot
ic'onvertible into "a Six per rent. 5-20 Gold Bond;
In addition to the:very liberal intereini
' the notes for three yeriis, this privilege of
conversion is now worth about three per centt
••••:- for the current rate for 5. 20 B on ds is no t l oss
than nine per cent. vrc:iniwa, and before the war
the prEinnUna on via per cent. U. S. stocks was
over twenty per cent. It will be seen that
the actual profit on this lottn r at the present
market rate, is not less than tea per cent. pe'r
annum. • I
It: Exemptcon'fropr,Slate or Muni:ipll Taxation.
But aside from all the aavantnges we
enumerated, a special Act of Coogret.s ez
't,n tsat6 bends, end Trea“nry notes from local
taxatioi}. On the average, this exemption is
worth about two percent. per annum, accord
ing to the rate of taxation in various parts of
-the country. e • • •
It is believed that no securities °Ter so great
laducements to lenders as thoseissued be the
gOVeriienit. .10 - nll other turves of indebted
ness, the faith or ability of private parties,
stock companies, or separate calm:mit:es.
on)Y.. ikpledged for 'payment, while the whole]
property of the country is held to secure the'
discharge of ail the obligations of the United
States. . l • -
' While the g r overnment offers the most libmi l al
• terms for its loans, it believes :that the very
strongest - appeal will ,be to the, loyaJty add
patriotimi Of did people.-
Duplicate certificates will be issued for, all
deposit.; The party depositing toast end(Wse!
upon the'itigizini certificate the clenominnt fort '
of notes required, and whether they are toibe
.ssued in blank or payabte to order.. Wiien
so endorsed it must be left with the ofileer
• faitinetlie dep6sit, to be forwarded' to ihe
Subscriptions will be received,by the,Treas
nrer of the United States, at Washington; the
several Assistant Treasurers and designated
Depositaries, imil'by the •• I-
First National Bank of Philadelphia, P.
First National Bank of Danville, Pa.
First National Bank of Eric, Pa.
First National Bank of Pittsburg, Pa.
and by nll National Banks which and deposil•
tarics qf public money, and ..
All I?espectabla Banks and Bankers:
• throneheut the country will give farther, in
ceery '.Fac'ility to Subscraci.s.
11411EAS, Letters of Administratio t;
the estate of WILSON CAIION, la
of Allegany township, Potter county, d
breen - igt.mted to the stibscriber,nll
indebted-to said-cstate.are request..ll t.
Taahe immediate payment, and those
egeinst the. saute will present tiiem
duly authenticated, for settlement to
1 31)50 N MEN.D.IIYI: : Adm!r.
Allegany, Aug. 30:'1864 '
1300.11. AGENTS NV ANTEE3: •
MO sell by , subscription, with sample. excel=
Jent.Popular Illustrated Family lyprks.
Airtonz.thesods a low pride MISTURY of the
Mi31:11.110N, f-liicti• over forty. thiausad 01
Vol. 1 have already been sold . . It is a good
'business for ez-Soldiers, and. others out of
I ' •
r -- 4.190,f0r, sale to Pediers, Merchants, and
i4;gglits, §tationery Packages. Bcttle Scenes.
<Portraits anaotier picture's fo r "tk
'War Maps, beautiful Album Cards, Currency
Molders, etc. For circulars, with particulars
and terms, address
No.lll - Maii2 Street, Cincinnati,io,
Estate of George Eves. Dec d.
WHEREAS, letters of administration on
the estate of George Ewes, late of He-
Anon township, dec'd. - hare been granted to
Rho undersigned, notice is hereby given Ito all
persons knowing themselves indebted tbi said
estate to call and settle immediately and those
having claims to present them for Payment.
POLLY ESTES, 'Administtatrix.
Hebron, Nor. 22,,186 ' # . Gt
MEE CONFESSIONS aND EXPERIENCE
J. OF la INVALID.
Published fot' - the - lienefit and as rt Outicra
to yoeng.men incl:others .who §uffer, from
Yertious Debility., Premature Decay of Man
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NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, E.,!:4.,
- • • -Brooklyn Kings Co N.
To Road Coiati - aotOrs.
RESPONSIBLE parties able and desirous
of undertaking the buildine• of the en
tire or a part of a dug road, (163. feet wide,)
taf fioni,l2 to.:ls_miles yin the South-Eastern
part of Potter County, Penna., •rr -- pply for
particulars to CHAS. MEINE, Esq., 6urveyor,
Germania,.,Potter Co., Pa. ' V •
June 8, 1864 . .-tf. ,
IaIINT'S BLOOM OF ROSES,—for. the La
dies,—at - STEJ3BINS'
"17:12uestionably the beSt sustained wad.:
Ville kind in the World."
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Critical Notices of thelPras,
Victories from every point of the OR
tass- , ,nothipg but victoriia,thikglorrotta
warning. From Tenessee,:froniGinrgia,
frote,llississiPpi, from Virgittitertmi all
juartern where The-brave 'soldiera of the
Uoiod are defending::the Flag of the Re:
public, laureled Victory sits-upon their
rtiords and •saiboth soccer. is ittresited,lae--
ore theif feet. Thomas bai - beeteo.:-Itood
the besieged defeating the besieger;
hermac has taken Fort .111eAllister, and
rushed from his path the last vbeacle
etween 'hint and the sea . ;"Canby in i .' , 1
lississippi has.fallen on the commanica et „
ions orthe'Reliel - iiriny - thei' threatenetlY
ashville,,iindlias destroyed thinatStone l lire
tan and Burbridge in West Virginia.'
,ltave Btrack-the Tear of Breckipridge, l andrg
have 'eutPit atonciliiiline of supply an‘ •
flis,liata of retieat..„Frocn one end cif the
line to tine other, it is a iihirliiindef Vie- 6 e'
ones. , • .
1 .Fart lgeAlliAr will be.retnernbered as
be . formidable earthWorli:that:laSt rear li i
etied ; the eirorts of the tnepit . 6rs. W.p. '
awken and Passaic. °tight:illy bUili top'
rap' the passage to Savannait froth the l u . '.
ea, it guarded equally in tbts. emergency n•
Ole approach of. SherM I
an to the 'fleet , l i
illicit brought hint reinforcements and' ' •
lupplies. It was 'the one defence which
rotected Ossabaw Sound; the'point we
lave indicated as the
,probable end of
. . d)erindp's:tharch ; and tiprtn this prized
. PIZIN,TS; .• .~ - iifegndrd of Savannah Sherman has' a fall.
• '. 13IZOCITE; and In with' 'the suddeness and force Of a
wooLEN , §Hiliontkibult, and has'carried it by an ir• 1
HOODS,. • sistible cou de main. It is one of '
NUBIAS, 1J keys to Savannah, •whiek.the genius r i ,
BAL2IbIIAL SKIRTS, nd courage of Sherman have made to pt
CLOILIS, aunluek—instead of closing-the avenues 1
p that stronghold of the RebelS. We
are meanwhile, a report by way of . Ann• '
p u li s that Savannah itself is fallen ; but 1
ibet her that -he true or not it is at least ,
dear that Sherman hue simultaneously im ' i
rested that city and cut its northern cow- t L
uunications. The junction of Gen. flow.l
,ird, who commands the right wing of
PUB sherrnati's army, with Gen: Foster,
Who has"severed the Charleston and Sa
;.atinali Railroad at Pucotalign, completes •
lie Insolation of the ei•y'of Savannah, I
nd so clearly foreshadows the fate of this
iommetcial capital of Georgia that it is 't
carcely important to consider whethar 1 : , - ,
be Annapolis report of the capfure be ,
for Molasses, syrup, Sugar, Tea and Ce•
'rue in fact or be only an anticipation of
g mb l
e fact. Wekn
do at all events oti that
Winter Goods !
9Uft. atttention- is. invicr.sl to,tlie large it
;•atqactive :stock received; 'and
saie':as low as Lhe Eh - the gilidities eau be•bougi
anywhere in the county. - =- -
We hg.'izAiii huntfi or-large; and varied. a
sortment of Dpmestic oottoos,,co - elprithipg
DROWN SHEETINGS, • - -
•, STRIPES, .1
• •-:4,l,ir'" CIIECII
COTTON FLANNELS,,bn which
cannot be undersold. . -•--
We purclidse air goods for Cash and o
them at a very small advance
Fr •m- Cost.- .
IF,you want to, purchase
. . RED,
• • - ' BLUE,
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING FLANNEL, c
si full supply
nON'T fail to call before purebasing ar
AY see the assortment
BOOTS & SIIOE
Frt .a cheap women SChildren, great
...lien. Sherman is absolute waster of the o
. ituation In Georgia.
in fact everything in the Grocery line,
'rho dispatches from Gen, Thomas at.
fashville ate of the same joyous tenor as !
, •;e which from Gen. Sherman thrill•
country with anticipations of comploe.l,
final vietoryoverthe 4ebelion. Abonf i ,':
•ing the .ilefensiseer.-.GeAralkett,MB.l..!:.
,'-' Woolen Goods
'• : .
Hoods, with tabs or points, for Infants and
Children, Misses and Ladies ; Nubia's. Under.
sleeves and Caps at JONES'
S. full assortment of almost everything That
kept in a country store on hand. We intend
to keep GOods that will give satisfaction and
sell good articles at the lowest living profit
Gents' Black Brood Cloth, excellent quality
bought before the rise. Cass.immes: black
silk mixed, black and fancy Doeskin, striped.
plain, and Plaid in -fancy colors, and Cloth
Also, - 'for whole suits at JONES'
Connty. Township and School Orders, for 011
of which the highest prices will be paid Hosiery
Al Oiniste - d'sz---.--,
Women's wool ribbed, cotton ribbed, cotton Coudersport, Pa,Nov:r 18, cowl. plain, colored and white, plain or fleeced.
wool or cottor :
156 . 4. _ 1864. aGrildr1s11'.olovlbibtaeiabioron
' l ' l . n'
Mens' home and city-mne<..
Boys', all sizes, white or mixed, ut JONES'
Grain of all kinds,
Sheep Pelts, Furs
Bring? ninny t change, therefore I lince.ten.
elnded to change my system of doing business
and I shall hereafter sell for
CASH or PRODUCE, .
. BUTTER, LARD,
EGGS, RAGS, GRAIN.
' DRIED BERRIES, Sc.
N my stocik of Groceries I hare a choice
T E A
GR - EN, -
' Also, PREPARED COFFEE,
• . PEPPER, &c.,
I hare a good stock (bought so that I am
enabled to sell at prices currentbefore the
Also, KEROSENE OIL.
are still kept
MEAL of all kinds. '
And many other things too numerous to
meat* kept constantly on hand and will
be sold for •
than ever before offered in this market.
Dr. A. FRENCH'S
CELEBRATED TONIC • BITTERS
RE becoming the most popular Medicine
131. in circulation for the cure of
LIVER CO'MPLAINT, DYSPEPIA, -.TATTN
. DICE, DEBISITY OF THE NERVOUS
SYSTEM, and NV E ARN t: SS of - the
S * TOEAOH. and DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
It is also gainhig o great reputation in the
CURE of DIPME_RI.A..
Principal Office, Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa.
For Children, Shirting Prints, plain black,
white and black,blue and white, and all kinds
of Fancy, at JONES'
For Ladies. Gauntlet and Nand Gloves, Kia.
Linen, Cotton, Plain and Fleeced Sill;. 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 mannfactnre. We
can assure our patrons that we believe our
stock this spring to be more attractive in this
line than ever before. JONES'
With only two lirendtbs, making it neOessary
to baro but two scams la a full skirt, in a great
rariety at JONES'
Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrnp, Good Rio Coffee,
West Indil and Dande:ion Coffee, Rice, Corn
Starch, Farina, Cocoa, &e., at JONES'
Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Hair, 1101, Paint, Varnish
and Artist Brushes at JONES'
Drugs and Fancy Articles
Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Cans,Aleohol, Camphene, Eerosene,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 of Flavoring Extracts,
Pens, Ink,and Paper, and Linseed_ Oil—raw
and boiled, at JONES'
Boys' and Men's at JONES'
Of every description and the 'best qoality, at
astonishing low prices,' at JON F,45'
Wall Paper .
Ceillnfr , Paper,,T.ransom Pv.per, Window Cur
tains, Borders, Tassels and Fixtures, at .Fl 3,
WARE, - NAILS, IRON, PLOWS; WINDOW
SASH, FLOUR, PORK, and FEED, in fact,
everything that' the people need can be had at
All oe'whiclrwill be sold at tbe• lowest. rates,
COHNTRi' PRODUCE - i.AXEN IN '
• EXCHANGE. - :
Coudersport, Pa.; Junti;,.fis3; - ;
111.,1 4 ,.V.t:if‘:;,/ -,:zi p
pIiaA•DV.L.P. I - 3 44A
„This rea ; line ; traverses , t,lt`e=NottlFern
I li'orthtt'eSt" 6,oiniWs 'of VerthiLitritiiiit; to!
•-• It hos'neetriensbd btthe,r.osfusy/ritttin.liliii
r Road - arnPKYran . sl,44;tdo;,their; , auspiees
tlejng rapl 4 ly r op e ngd t its entire
• Iv is Wow' Pasenr„er:niid4"reight
If; iisinr,starOvo orr to .St.:l4l4Ten. ( 21 f
miles) l ? : the; • Easterp,,Division ' n,
iSbetfieht to Erie ! (73 voiles ) on,the Western
'l' I.”.T.SINS ~ E.strootelt
, ;•, ' 1.7 iteaMeEaSt 4 64rll.„ -
Through Mall 10 MI
Leave Westward:' J
,Throng : lillfall Train' i ' ' 10'10 A. - 3T:
'ears 'fun' through wrnioliT: criniras both.
ways between. Philadelphia and-jock Haver
and between Baltimore and Laeg Haven,
Elegant ,Sleepbag Cara Cat E.4reas Trains.'
both-rays' b'efween'Williarnsport and 8a1ti.... 1
a mare, andlVilltantsport and Philadelphia:.
Forinformation - respeting:Pas.sengor bust:.
- ness,apply at. the S. E. Cor. 12th and Market
Streets. . .
g And friorPreighttlisiness of the CoMpany's
Agent's r"."- • - - ': '••' '• -; • - ,
o: I .8. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th •and..llarket
J. W; ll.eYnolds'Erie: J.. . '' -
J:11: lirill,Aglinr r.".' o:=R;M:l3altitnore. -
H. 11. • Hi) tisToli; -."' . .: - t ot
ge2?l Freight Agt, &lea.
LEWIS L. lifourT,
Gen'l Ecket Phil'a.
Ják.• D. Parrs,
• . Gen'l 3fananor. Williainspart
16tie r -Ch6ncegl
I - offer for sale on reasonable terms and lib- ,
eras time :
ONE FARM 1-146 Acres-46 Cleared
ONE FARM !-235 Acres-80 Cleared
ONE ]'ARM !---50 Acres-15 Cleared
ONE FARM 1 ,-390. Aeres--5 Cleared
And.lots of other Farms and Land
Some money may be required down.
Brookland, Pa., July 2, '64 tf
Having. secured the services of
r ` • • tEENRY S. dOWBI7R,W,.
of twenty years experience in England and
America. lam prepared to furnish farniets
', r and travelers with the best of
Elorje and Ox Shoeing,
Shingle Knives, Butcher Knives Ste., promptly
L. BIKD, Proprietor,
Drookland, Potter Co., Pa.
fotmerly called CuShingville
2 Hay 25, 1664. •
H• 5. OLMSTED'S
STORE • can always he fortra the best o
Cooking, Box and. Parlor
Also. TIN and SHEET .IRON WARE, POTS.
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCI[ 130 WES.
FRYING-PANS,. SAP-PANS, 'and CAULD
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
is well made and the material gond. Good
and substantial EAVES:TROUGHS put up in
any part of the County—Terms easy. Ready
Pay of all kinds, including Cash, seldom
Store on Math Street opposite the Old Court'
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1. Hi 63- -10
115;111 wring anything from a single Thread to
PRICES : $5.50,, $6.00, and. $3.00.
`l 3 . A. Stebbins &.Co.,
1 Agen6 for' Potter miurity.,:—San 25..1863
P. A. SITE - i R & Co,,
Paying tliecbithest price in 0
50,000 POUNDS WANTED !
Coudersport, Jerrie 28, 1864. '
' P. A. 'Stebbina . &
A"' AGENTS fOrtWe salp:of
WHEELER & r wrts'oyt . SEWING
AIACEINES.foi Potter Gciunty
Noc'r 18, !63
D , R.; TOBIAS'
gcg - As GIVEN'. UNIVERSAL SATISF.t C
JUL TION during the fourteen years it ItaS
been •ititrOdueed State S—
.- ritillthns, iE tuts been
procla.med•the pain destroyer of the world:
Pain canna:be where this:liniment is F,P•plied. If used os - dire:ated itcannot and nev
er bas'fhiled in a single instance: colds,
coughS nttd influenza, it can't be
25 cent bottle will. cereal' the'ithove; besides
being:useful in:every: family_ f:or a n iidea noel
dents,., such, - . as burns, cuts , . scalds, insect
&c., It IS perfecit3- iuttneent.'to
intarnaliyr . and ' cats;
,giv : en' to' ttle: oldest
tierson,'or.yOntazeSt "Prica.-25 - attfl,so
cents' licittfe.••• Office;' 56' Corthindt : Street,
NtW York. :Sold by all - druggiels: •
STI , AV FOR BUTTER,.
V) by ElE.,llllcultep
WOries GUtSS r,,E7Ctilt
i6craful}t Sqig l ) 4l 9 s .Pikeltisek
FromEctes, 'frac-IMo tc7l - 01eithaAt of Oz 4
, -!. -• ,
~111 3 ,:e•tr.ohl large, quantities of your S.tasAra
; bat; tio - ver yet Cnie bettk 4 Whiciffailedof the
desired effeetand full satisfaction tothosowficutoolc
it. Anfast otm_pesitletry t . , they agruili theielins
been na modtehie liLc ibberole In - our ta:.lnninalty "
BrUptaOrts,; impl " es, 0 es, PustuloS,
Cars, Sores, and all Diseases or theSidn'.-
'Front lialitl - Strattorrr Brien,t, Engla n d:,
•-• duty - to you ofaclallei pubito,-when
I add tayie . tiniony
P. that 'you publish of the me
diental en . ues of your sAns.ttitua:A.-,:: f - BlY , dstich.
ter, a M, had tut-tairstiagtu
: huorin her ears,
eyes, and hair, for years, Which we were Utat i lle to
cure_putie tried your' SAltait'Attrbtaf, 43 has
been wcildbr some jnottlits4', . .
Front Ilrs, sane E. Rice, a iteCii-imatint null much
esteemeil &alio rDenniseille, Cape May
"My daughterhas smiTered.for a y past with a
itrofulous• eruption, witielt•.was-,verY, troublesome.
:Nothing afforded any relief' until - We tried - your
S.ltts.o.vatt.h.ti-whielt sOoti completely cured her."
rFrom Charlgs P.,Gagg, Esq., - cif the -trislely-.lmortm
Cage, IpcsrayV Co., mrtnuAgehiress• ojerwwetled
ponces 74 ..Washaa, A'. IL
r_had;for several.. yeara a very troublesome,
- humor lit. my fiice, , winch gr ow constantly worso
untifit dislituredrerfeatures - und'bemme.andatol
erable adlletion. .1 tried, almost every. ping, a man
could Of both advicoand medicine, but withotitsany
'relief Whate'rer, until Ltdokfyintr SAltsdritaluo.
It immedlataly made my Thee worse, as von tolddlic
it might for at time; but: in ii , few weeks the new
skin, bo.rep to,form. under the blotches, and. con
tinued until My face is ns snidOth as any hOdY's.
anti ram nithoutimySymptoms.of the'disCuiSci that
I know of. I I enjoy .. perfect:health; and without a
doubt owe it to yoUr..S.AttS.IrAItILL.I.."
rirjaipelaS —General - Debility , -=Purltir :the
I Blood. - ;
From Dr.l.Robt. Sarno, Houston St., Atm,' ilorls.
...Int...A.'l7Stlt. I seldom fait to remove Eruptions
and Screitiotig Sor..iby the perseveringlisCOtlyour
SArts,N.e.uttl.t.A, and I have just now curets an attack
of lluliJnrsht Ery.iliclas with it. NO Alterative WO
possess `duals' the S.,lts.3, , Ault.i..ityou_havO.
plied, to profession_as NYCII AS to hid people."
Frn::i ill r.: Johnston ' Es 7.; Irerl.rmlni,4ohfci.z
• "Fur tWOlve years, I lead the y,ellotr,litrirsipeJas
On my right armoluring time I trio fall the
celebnitefildiesiakins I could reach, and took hun
dreds 'of dollars worth of Medicines. The ulcers
were so bad that the cords:became visible nhirltbo
doctors decided that toy ornmniist be amputated.
began taludg your SAnsAi..kuil.l..l.,. Took itTO'IR)t
ties, and some of ±fmarl'il.t.s. Together - they hive
cured Inc; 11 ens now as well and soinai as any Wile.
Being in a Public place, my ease is known to lereiy
bOdy•tu t ii community, and excites the wonder of
all." . • ,
From Area: lienry Monro, F. P. P.;of 21 4 'erecostle;
C. W., it Ifeadi niont.cr of She Canailiais
I have, used .tour S.tratt.ll.,indt.l..t fa air family,
flir geueril debinig,,and fur purifying the blood,
with very heneli,ial results; and feel couildeu t x In
eoinuieuiling it to the afilietetiP • • ...•
St. Anthony's- Piro, Bose, ,Sale 'Moan,
• 1 Scald Head, Sore Eyes..,
.From ITrtirry..cieNer, I.:e7.,tke able editor: of Me
,"-Tual.loarnock Demerol'. Pell it:lytrisig.
"Our ,oply about three.. years of :IV, AVM
j attackedllAr pimples on his fin . elicad, They rapi.lly
spread mild they-tort/led loathsome mai virulent
sore, whieli ens earl his face and activilly lilitidedi
his eves fur sonic lays. Atkitfulphysickhtaplrliewl
nitrite oft silvey mid other remedies, without any
'ipparciit fiftetM. days we guarded hi*
hands, 1t l.t with theta lat should tear open the fine
tering, and corrupt Wound Which ctivenli les whole
face. 'laving tried every tiling else see haul any
hope fmita., we begyri giVi 7 tl-7 - your;S"AnsAr.ti.itit.t.s,
and applying of potash lotion, . you.
direct. lice sore began to lucid Whedwc . had Oren
the first, bottle. anti was well when we had finished
the second.. The child's eyelashes, which had come
out, grr-nt again. mid Ite is now as healthy and fair
as auly other. I,Tlie whole neighborhood predicted
:that the elfild must " '
and Itieretfricl DiseaSe.
Fro t Pe. Ifiract Slant, of St.- Louis, Missouri.
. 0 1 fiAil your SAlts.ttitittit..t a more effectual
remedy tor the secondary symptoms of Syphilis
and forfsyphilitic disease tit:many other we possess.
The prOiession are indebted to you for some of the
best medicines we. have."'
Piom A" J. Frenc7:, .11 - . D., an eminent physician of
Lawrence, Jfuss., who-id a proniincaenietatcr cjf
the LePistaturc of Massachusetts. • •
dear Sir: I lucre found your
SATlsAiiiittil..t an ex.Z•cllcut remedy for Syphilis,- -
both of the primary and secondary type, and effec
tual itt tome eases that were too obstinate to yitik
'to other ; remedies. Ido not know what we can em
ploy with inure eertaint y of success, where a.imuffr
' fel alterative is re:mired."
Me. nett. S. 17111 Lieit:i Yeit. Prtiiiinriel:.;N: J.,
had dreadful ulcers on lint legs, caused by,the abuse
I of mercury, or mercurial iliatve, which grew Mute
I and mere aggravated for years, in spite of every
, remedy or treatment that could be applied, until the
; pftsevering use of 5.% t:SAPAIZIV.L.I relieved
him. l'eweascs carr-tm found more itWetersto and
clistres•simg than , this, and it took several deka
bott[cs, to cure, hint
Leurio , shma, Wt hiteS, - Female Weakness,
are gimerallv pp:deceit by Internal Sc,rore/0u5.1.1-
, Ccralkin, and sec very often cured ter the ulcerative
etrect of this S Sonic cases require.
however, in aid of the SAns.trAntm....i, the skillet
application of local rentetilifs.
From i the trait-inoirm ama I"itie7y-retrbralcil Dr.
•rac9 l, he rill, I.lCl»einiiir:i.
T have found yOur t an excellent
aitcratire in diseases . of females. Many cases of
I rregalarity, I.mizorrlara, Internal Ulceration, and
local debility, tram the'sertifitioas diathesk,
have 'Ni.iebk , I to it, and there nit: few that do nut,
when its effect is properly riled by local treatment."
A laziy, 7azzriiiing to allow the publtratiod of her
MUM', trrideS . t
" •daughter and myself have been cured of a
very delul itaf ia;; i.oocorrior_a of !on , standing, by
two, bbttles of your SAItSAP.I2II.I.A.
B.h.eurnatitiro, Gout, Liver Complaint, Dr
; )opsia, 'Horst' Disease, Neuralgia,
when:caused b• Serra - akin the system; arc rapidly
cured by this •
possess So mamiadvanniges over the- other.
puriattres in the runrket, and their superior
virtues are so hid vers ally known, that we need
not.do more than to assure thepublie.thoir
quality is rnaintnined:equal to the best it,ever
liai been, and that they turty-be depended. on
to do all that they have ever done.
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Choppel Bros q -Ulysses.-.
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Or Co - nee-ritrated Le
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wArt makes high prices; Saponifier 1)(414,0
red Uce them.- h makes SOAP for FOUll..cte
a To..lnd by Using your kitchen grease.,- •.
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fbiki also, be careful and
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