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PA, STAT 4 NOR
Recognized by the, Stated
State Normal School.
Anivomatly Opened as such. in September, .1863.
.iThe.School is at length. laces upon a se
cure basis—the State app opriation of the
current year enabling the,Trustee to extin
guish the greater portion of the'outstanding
liabilities, and, to make tensiee improre
merits upon the buildings a d grounds.
The Sirin:qTerin - will commence about
March 10, i 865
Prof. - F. A. ALLEN, for the past six
charge of - the Chester County (Pa.) Normal
'School, has been elected Principal, and Prof.
J.Strait, of the Edinboro State Normal School,
thin, has been appointed to , he Professorship
of Languages and Mathemalics. -
Prof. Allen is well known thrthighout the
Stattrias a-gentleman ofacnurate scholarship,
pbsseSsing - a practical experience of fifteen
years asan educatoroftenchers, ands thor
ough.. acquaintance with t eir educational
wants, acquired from his, connection with*
County Institutes in every , ' ection of Penn•
sylvnnia, as well as in othe, States.
.-- Competent and thorougf instructors will
Le psoyided for the other d' partments of the
IkTbe building has been r fited throughout
and provided with furnibir ,of the most ap;
prOved style, together with n extensive col
lection of inaps,charts,tand - itiorks of reference.
Excellent Chemical and, 'Philosophical ap
paratus will be in readiness at the openiiig of
the School.i 2 ,
To keep'pace'with the improvements in ed
tieation, agyminisiiim wil rbe erected, -for
which a valuable apparatus far the heavier
and lighter exercises haS al. e a ily been secured
The school year is divides nto three terms
i ( )
of thirteen weeks each, witlr /30 vacation, ex
cept the week of Christmas "- lidays.
It is desirable that students should enter at
the corntheiMement of a teeth, and for a pi.rriod
of not less than thirteen wet i lks 142:11/oili,
in advance per. terroa, $6.00. - No extra
charges for thelaguagc: or rho higher math
ematics. Text book:, real •d at reasonable
rates.. Vocal and instruiluental• mosi.c at
teactfers' prices. Boarding
per Term; wood for . winter,•
washing, i.z3 26; room rent,
The arrangements .now
a nature as to warrant
that uo other institution in
better facilities for the Edon;
or for therPrepaeation of ate
or for general hu,iness.
For further particulars
pal, at Mansfield, Toga co
R'. C. RIPLEY, Pres, B
.ALBERT CLARK", Secretor'
Mansfield, Dec. 20, 1E03,1.
GERMANIA, Potter Co.; Pa
NoTicE is hereby given
Ehoi, now or late of tit
the, following described pro
Vil any consideration who
and all persons are hereby 1.
chase any of said prOperty
before the decision of the.
this case and C, Bushor ha:
The following is the props
let. AC4taln tract of
mania lull, in warrant 5075.
Potter _wittily, Pa., contaii
Also 25 acres in warrant 50[
"nd A. cn-t-i , l t-Prt of I ind, with Mill and
3rnprciveniepts thereon, nerr Kettle Creek; in
warrant 5819, in Stewartsoi township, Potter
county, Pa., containing obi/it 20: acres.
C. Duthor holP ali-o in trust warrant no.
, in Goel?, township, l ioga county, Pa.,
on the rondleading fruth Germania to Gaines,
containing 850 acres.
WHERE:IS, Letter , of lA.inlial.Ftrltion to
the estate o; C.Aft:,,ON, late
of Alleqaf):. .tormz-hip ''utter cou:It?, dec'd,
he.re been ,nested tot.F.t.lr,zeriber. all per
/GUS imielited to said`eq.-. , 4e are rcquested'to
make immediate paylaynt.l::::q
claims ttg, , qmit the salae present them;
duly authenticated, for sct:lemeat to •
BOOK AGENTS TY ANTED!
DI - lapel' by subscription, tvith sauiple, excel
lent Popular Illustrated Family Works.
Among these is a low priee HISTORY of the
'REBELLION, of•which over forty thousand of
Vol. 1 have already been Sold. It is s good
business fcir ex-Soldiers; and other& out of
Also, for Bale to Pullers, Mercbants, and
Agents; Stationery Packages, Battle Scenes.
Portraits and of er pietur• for "the times,"
Vartaaps, beautiful Album Card, Currency
Bolders,-etc. For Ciiqulars, with particular;
and terms; addresl4 • •
No. 111 Muria Street, Cineiqnati, 0
Estate. of George Eel es Decd.
WHEREAS, letters of administration on
the estate of George Estes; late of He-
bran townshtp, dec'd. hare been granted t,
the undersigned. notice is hereby given to all
persons knovring-tliemselves indebted to said
!estate to call and Settle immediately and those
/saving claims to present them for payment
Hebron, Nov. 22, 1'864 6t
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
OF AN INVALID.
PubliSbed for the beneF,t and as a cautio,
to young men and (ohms who suffer frail
Nervous Debility, Prernature Decay of Man
hood, 4e., supplying at the same time th.
Means of self-cure. Be bne who. has cure ,
bitnself after undergoing considerable quack
ery. By enclosing a postpaid addressed en
velope. single copies may be had of the autho
IcATHANIEI. MAYFAIR, Esq.,
Brooklyn, Kin,gs. Co., Y.
WHEREAS Letters of lAdminivtralion t,
.V •• the estate of %VII. B. JENKINS, Intel()
Shippen township,Caineron cou nty,dee'd,bak
been granted to the subscriber,
indebted to sail estate are requested to mai:
immediate payment, and those haring claim
- .against the same ivill,present• them, duly au
tbentleated, for settlement to
JACOB JENKINS, Adm'r.
Coudersport, Oct. 25, 1864.
UNT'S BLOOM OF ROSES,—for the L
dies,-4-at ! - STEBBINS
PA. STEBBINS & Co.are closing up
g- e i w old Ledger. All persona indebted ;
them ill 'please tali and aettle, before tl
accounts aot.let7 sly tha proper officer f<.
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"UnguestionahKV the ;best rustatned work
of the kind in. tfzei 'World."
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With a rapidly i:ucreasin i g, stibseription:list
and the welcome it has net in th!ousanda of
homes, the Sh-iid,t!) School is about to
enter on its sevenilli year.
Frery successive volume adds Ito the evi
dence that such a!'paper as this' was needed',
and wherever it I finds its way ibto • a 4ess
neighborhood, it :i;s hailed! with pleasure by
Parents and TeaChers a 4 supplying a Want
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The Snnduy School Tunes ontams, from
week to week, stirring inbidentsl'of interest
from the Camp, tiM Field, land Itho Hospital ;1
sh,wing what herbic Christiltni fortitude andi
endurance are ekliibited by oitr brethren
arms. It is entirely unthinominational, and
is therefore weleorne at every loyal Christian!
dress the Princi
nty, P , .
board of Trustees.
Aug. 1, 1863
s county - , holding
erty.• has not yet
ever fcr the same,
carnett not to pur
f the said Bushor
Thurt is given in
i s paid to me the
I nd near the Ger
i Abbott township,
ing 100 acres.—
'7B and adjoining
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11,113.PE11. fi - , BI OTHERS,.
. Franklin Scinarel ? New York.
The Fall Term will cornMenCe August 31st
1064 and contintie 'thirteen weeks. Tuitinr
r'rom $4.00 to $B.OO per Oho. i Board can he
had in the . Principal's' family. Rooms for
-elf-boarding can be hal in :!the Acadetby
--tuildings at $2.00 per term.
E. WILDMAN, A. M. !principal, assisted.
A Teachers' Class will be organized for thn
Istruction of teachers in;their profession, in
Lich 15?lbrook's Normal Methods and other
Itluable aids will be.used. r
P. S. MA ;11,711
STANLY MARTIN, §ecOtar:
ed a system of
those who pre
1. directly from
Clubs will he
kly is 20 cent=
atttention is invited to the large and
attractive stock juit received, and for
sale as low as the same qualities can be bought
anywhere in the county.
We have on band a large and varied as
sortment of DoMestic Cottons, ariprising
BROWN SHEETINGS, and
COTTON FLANNELS, on which we
cannot be undersold.
IWe purchase, our goods for Cash `and offer
l am at a very small advance
Pion Cost. Cost.
IF you want to purchase
• BLUE, or
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING FLANNEL, call
• BALMORAL SKIRTS, -
1 ` • CLOTHS, and
a full supply
CLOri MN G.
190 .N ' T fail to, call before purchasing and
see; the assortment
• At 'Jlnisted's
BOOTS & SHOES
I'OR Men, Women 8: Children, in great Va
riety and cheap
For Molasses, Syrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffee,
in fact everything in the Grocery line, call
- AT OLMSTED'S
A full assortment of almost everything that is
kept in a country,Rtore on hand. "We intend
to keep Goodd that will give satisfaction and
sell good articles at the lowest living profit
Grain of all kinds,
Sheep Pelts, Furs,
County, Township and School Orders, for all'
of which the highest prices will be paid
Coudersport, Pa,lcov'r 18, vast
IMPERIAL OIL COMPAMY, ,
OEFICE 1.39 SOUTH FIFTH STREEL.I
Capital $4000,000. 200, $5 each,
: ResOved Capital $2510,0e0.
President, ALEXANDER 11,CLURE.
A. S, BI'CLCRE, D. 'S. JACKMAN, ELISKA W. DAVIS,
THOBIA:S A. SCOTT, J. O. BOMRERGER,
' , zircon. SMALL, JOHN sr. POMEROY.
JAMES M. SELLERS, Secretary.
ELISHA W. DAVIS, Treasurer:,
This Company has 120 acres of land, in fee,
on Allegheny River immediately opposite Oil
City, and adjoining Laytonia, with, 130 rods
front on the river, and 75 rods front on Lay's
Run. Hon. C.P.Ramsdell, edito i r.of the Oil
Creek ifo l rzitor, -and agent for this land, as
sures the Cdthpany that it will sell in lots for
.5100,000,11-eserving the oil right which is
worth $lOO,OOO additional IMMediate reve
nue will be derived for the Company from the
rate of these 1618: and the Company have two
good engines with complete fixtures tdoperate
immediately for oil. The territory in this
immediate' locality has never failed to pro
Also, one hundred acres, in fee simple, in
the celebrated Cherry Ron, District, immedi
ately adjoining Cherry Run Petroleum Com
pany, whOse stock is now worth over $3O per
share The Company now have offers, which
will be accepted, fOr sinking wells on lease.!
without any cost to the corporation and one--;
half the proceeds to go t? the Company. The!
Curtin arid St. Nicholas Companies are in!
this immediate locality, and their stock is
now comthabding a large premium. In ad
dition, the Company has 40 acres, in fee siml
ple, on Cherry Tree Run, which empties into,
Creek; and in the best producing section!
of the Oil Territory, and 110 acres in ftei
simple. on Walnut Bend. five miles ahove the!
mouth of Oil Creek, and not over two miles
from the celebrated Reed well, now produc- 1
leg over 200 per day.
Also. thelease of three tracts of land. twt
on Oil 'Creek, each producing over ten barrels
per day, and one on 7tll4,heny River, pro
ducing ten barrels per day of heavy Oil, wortl
now $2l Per barrel. The Company now re
calves three-fourths of the proceeds of th•
last named well, and one-half of !the oth,'
EaCh of these tracts will be developed
by the ConspanY by sinking additional wells
and the engines and fixtures are now or
harid to do it. •
pa'. Subscriptions must be made prompt
ly, as'more than one-half of the stock is, al
rTubscriptions - will be received at the duck
"I HAVE FOUND
WEIS the 'exclamation oT the Astronotasr who
first - discovered that the world moved is its
orbit; not lesi joyous has been the exclaina-
ti in of those who have found THE PLACE
wbere GOODS can be
or ENTY PER CENT. below the.market
price, and yet find them as represented. Two
things •are to be considered in purchasing
G-Rods : the Qitality and-the Price; and pur-
chasers studying both, can be better satisfied
with our stock than any other ittlhis or ad-
joining counties. Think twice before Ihuyirig
"DEAR TRASH." Now is your time to pre 7 ,
cure a GOOD ARTICLE. "Delays Jars Ilan-
ger r ous and sometimes fatal." Don't wait fqr
another enormous advance in Goods.
. , .
The following is but a partial list of ow
. . /
large assortment: ' ~ ,
The attention of the Ladies is called to the
stack of Meriiioes,Bladk,Brown, Blue, Maroon,
Dr ,b and Some of these were bought
previous to the rise And will be sold nearly as
low as present Wholesale price,s at JONES'
Elect, GreY, ;and Fancy Colors at NES'
CassfMeies, Striped, Clieckd, and Plaids ;
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, , and Cottonades of
the 'very best qUality at JONES'
Blabk Silks, Alpacas, Empress Cloth, Bomba•
zine, Delaines, Rep Cloths, and Black arid l '
Purple Goods of various kinds at JONES'
Heavy Sheetings, three-quarter, four-quarter,
five-quarter, fine imbleatiied ; Pillow Case
and Sheeting Muslin, Shi4ing,. Ten-quarter
bleached for sheets at JONES'
Barred Muslin, P,Min Jacimet, Cambric for
Skirts, Irish-. LiOn,"SwissjMuslins, Nainsook
Muslin, plaid, Striped or plain, and Bishop
Lawns at • • JONES'
Dintityßanils, Ladies Collars, Undersleesee
with or without collars at , JONES'
'floods, 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 wkite, 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 Plaid in fancy colors, and Cloth'
for whole suits at JONES'
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. -
homexand city-mad ,
Boys', all sizes, White or mixed, at JONES',
For Ladies. Gauntlet and Hand Gloves, Hi%
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'
D elain.e s
Of domestic and for 7 rign manufacture. 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 breadths, making it necessary
to have but two 'seams in a full skirt; in a great
variety, at ' • 'JONES'
I ' *
Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrn6 Good Rio Coffee,
West Indis and 'Dandelion l'Offee, Rice, Corjn
Starch, Farina, ,Cocoa, &e.,ist JONES'
Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Hat, Paint, Varnish
and Artist Brushes at j JONES'
Drugs and Farict - Articles
Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lea in
Tiff Cans,Alcohol, Camphene, Keroserie,Lamp
and Lamp Fixtures, Glass; Patent Medicines,
Chemicals, Botanical Herbs; Perfumery,F#cy
Soap and Toilet -articles, Gum, Hair, Ivory
and Wooden Combs, Potuades and Colognes,
and a fine assortment of Flavpring Extra:cts,
Pen's, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil—raw
and boiled, at
Bois' and Men's at JONES'
'Boots and Shoes
Of every deseiiption and the best quality, at
astonishing low prices, at JONES'
Ceiling Paper, Transom PL.per, Window Cur-
gins, Bordero, Tassels and Fixtures, at J's.
lARDWARE, WOODEN-WARE, WILLOW
WARE, NAILS, IRON, PLOWS, WINDOW
-ASH, FLOUR, PORK, and FEED, intact,
verything that the people need can be had at
dl of which will besold at the lowest rater
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN fl
Csidersiort ) Pa., June, 363.
Rare Charices 1 /I
I offer for sale on reasonable terms and
ONE FARM 1-14 . .6 Acres—:-40 / Cleared
ONE FARM —23 . 5 Aeres 7 =Bo Cleared
ONE FARM !-50 Acres -15 Cleared
ONE 'FARM !-3 0/Acres-5 Cleacid
And lots of other Farms and Land. ,
Some money niay be required down.,
.1 / Lucien Bird.
Brookland„Ra., July 2, '64 tf
Haying secured the'services of
HENRY S. OIiVETTRN,
di twenty years experience in England and
America. lam prepaied to furnish farmers
and travelers with the best of
Horse and Ox Shoeing. ,
Shingle Knives, Butcher Knives &c,l promptly,
- L. BIRD, Proprietor,
Brookland, Potter Co., Pa.
formerly called Cushingvi.l?..
May '25, 1864.
- ' AT'
ST' oft can -always be 'found the best o
Cooking. BOX and
-Parlor F rlor
-• . •
Also, TIN and SHEET ;IRON WA RE, POT; J S,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH
FRYING-PANS, .SAP-PANS, and CAULD:
RONS. Also, • ; •
- • ;
such as PLOWS, -SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS; HORSE"-RAKES,
DOG-POWERS, &C. •
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. ' 1
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1563.- -50 •
Will wring anything froia a single Thread to
PRICES : $5.50, $6.00, and SS.OO.
P. A. Stebbiris & Co.,
Agents for Potter. county.--Tan 25. 1863
P. A. STEB IN &
Paying the highest price in
,000 POUN DS WANTED !
oudereport, June 28, 1564
• F. A. Stebbins 81, Co.
) . 14
,RE AGENTS for the sale Of ,
WHEELER & WiI,SON'S SEWING
CHINES for. Potter Coil t,i -
Nor'r 18, '63
ENAS GIVEN UNIVERSAL SATISFAC
TION during the fourteen 2,-earS it has
ben introduced into the United States.—
er being tried by Millions, it, has been
in. clmmed the pain destroyer, of the world.
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,
cogbe and influenza, it can't 'be beat. One
25 cent bottle will cure all the above, besides
be ng useful in every family for sudden acci
de ts, such as burns, cuts, , scalds, insect
sti gs, &c. It is perfectly innocent to take
rnally, and can lje given to the oldest
pe son or youngest child. Price 25 and 50
cc. ts a bottle. Office. 56 Cortlandt Street,
Ne v York. Sold by all druggists.
,i ASH PAID FOR. BUTTER,
O by I • E. H . Sp i n r
MANN 0 OD .
:OW LOST"! HOW RESTORED !
ust published, a new editibn of Dr.
C Iverwell's Celebrattpd Essay
on the radical cure (Without Medicinej of
Sr R.MATORRIMEA, Or Seminal I WCakness, In
vo untary Seminal losses, lIMPOTE.'it CY, Mental
in. Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mttr
ri. ge, 'etc.; also, CONSUMPTION', Ei 4 ,lmirsv, and
Ft. s, induced by self-indulgencCl or sexual
ewavagance. . I . I
_ _ ,
frice, in a sealed envelope, only q 'cens.
he celebrated wither iii thi admirable
ay clearly demonstrates, from a • thirty
,rs successful practice, that the alarining
isequences of self-abuse may he radically
d without the dangerous usel of internal
dicine or the application ,of ,the
'luting out a moue of cure,
.at qnce simple.
twin and effecutal, by means df which ev
-Isufferer, nO I matter what hitcondition
'y be, may cUre himself cheapiy, privately
d radically. i
,This Lecture should be iq the bands
every youth arid everpman in the land.
lant, under seal, in a plain envelope, to an'
I dress, post-paid, on receipt of Mx cents, or
o post stamps. Address the publishers.
- CITAS. J. C. MANE RICO.,
127 Bowry, NQW York,t'ost:oiEpe box 45e 6
OATS ! OATS ! 'OATS
WANITD : I
will pay SO Cts., CASIBI,I for OATb
delivered at my Store in Milli4ort.
B. S. COLWELL.
Dec. 19; 1864.. '
SOAP Question Settled I Inquire.at
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SA .PARM - " '
TUE :WORLD' maxi army - Tea'
Scrofula !and Scrofulous Diseutig.-
prom Emery Edes ' well-known merchant of or.,
. , fo d Maine. '
DTI have soldlarge entities of your SAESAPA
nimta, but never yet ne bottle which failed of tbs .
desired effect add full kntisfactiontothosewho toot
it. As fast as our peo ld try it, they agree there has
been no medicine like 't before ln our community: ,
Eruptions, Pimp' , Blotches, Fustuies, ta.
cers, Sores; end Diseases of,the Skin.
From Rev. hold. ... ration,-Bristol, England. ,
~ I only do my duty to you and the public, when
I add my, testimony t that you publish of the me
dicimll virtues of cou SAr.s.trAr,xt.La. ..Aly daugh
ter, agtNi. ten, had an a fflicting humor in her ears,
eyes, and hair for ye, rs, which we were upable to
cure until Ive tried yur SAUSARMULL.t. hie has
been Ire! for spawn' ntlis."
From .3frs. Jane E.
esteemed lady of Den
~ My daughter has
scrofulous eruption, - i
Isiothing afforded an
From Charles P. Go
Gage, Murray 4' Col.
' papers id Nashua, .1
" I had for several
humor in, my face, AC;
until it disfigured my
erable. affliction. Itr
could of both advice a
It immediately made •
it might for a time ;
skin beiptu to form
tinned until my -face i
and I ani Without any
I know of. I enjoy i
doubt owe it to your s r
1 Erysipelas Gene;
?ice, a cell-known and much-.
niscille, Cape 3fau Co. - , N.J.
intfered for a year past With a
Mich, was very troublesome.
l• relief until we tried! your
soon completely cured her."
e., Esq., of the widely-known
i ., tnaufaeturers'of enamelled
1 years a very. troublesome
'hick grew- 'constautly. worse
eatures and became an Intel
ed almost every thing a - man
ul medicine, but without. any
I took your SARSAPARILLA.
ty face worse, as you told me
ut is a few weeks the - hew
nder the blotches, and n
is as smooth as any be y's.
ympturns of the disease that
erfect health; and with ut a
LARSAPAIIILLA." . .
Debility•- , •Ptlid.tr the
.'n, :Houston St., New Toni%
ni fail to remove Eruptions
y thepere.evcring, use of your
Lave just now cured an attack
cri with it. No alterative we
'ItS4PARILLA you have sup
as well as to the people.!'
n ' Esq., Wakeman, Ohio.. '
i. had the yellow Erysipelas
ig which time I tried all the
could reach, and - took hun•
lof medicines. The ulcers
cords became visible, and the
- arm must be amputated. I
-:APARILLA, Took tiro bet
l'ir.r.s. Together they have
well auil sound as any body.
my ease is known to every
~ rtinr< - ckes the woilder of
From Dr. .71obt; Saw
4 "Dit". Aran. I sold
turr Scrofulous Sores lr
SARSAPAItILLAi and I
of Maiignant Erysipeli . ,
possess equals the S.
plied to the profession.
' From J. E. Johns
" For twelveyears,
on my right arm, durii
dreds of dollars wort
were so bud that the i
doctors decided that m
began takin your SAn
ties, and some of your
cured- me. lam now a.
Being in a public place,
body in this community
all.". . .
FrOM Hon. .77enrit Mol
C'.' ir., a leading:PU.9
I have used your Si
for keneral dibility, at
ivith very beneficial re.
commending it to the a ,
zro, If.lP. P., of Xeireastle,
of The Canadian Parlia-
lISAPARILLA in rnylfandly,
d fur purifying ih , t
ults, mid I'M conlidente tk.
:, Rose, Salt Rheuirt,
d, Spre Eyes. , 1 . ,
lE:irj:, the able editoil. of the
ut three veurs of -agd, was
tis forehead. Theykapidly
d a loathsome and Orident
ila:, and actually 'blinded
A . s kil i ul phY edciati applied
her remedies, wtthbut any
eftecn days we guarded his
le !bona' tear open'ithe fbe-
Icl which covered his Whole.
'cry thing else we had -any',
i ivm , 4 year SAnsArkatt.t.a,
de id potash lotion,, , as you
i to heal when we had given
ii well when we had plashed
'cc eyelashes, which had come
is now as healthy and fair
ole neighborhood ppidicted
St. ;Anthony's Pin
• Scald Ilea
Frotn Harrel Sic/ter,
" Our only child, idy l
attaOced b.; pimples on
sprdad until they limn ,
I Ford, which covered hi
bis eyes Mr some days.
nitrate of silver awl o
: apparent ctleet.' For ltl
hands, lest with them
tering and corrupt won
face; Having 'tried -eve
hope from, we began 1 1,
quid:applying: the Mali;
direbt. The sore begins
the.iirst bottle; and wai
the Second. The child'
oat,igrew agate, and li
as any other. The NVI
th4the.child must die
• Syphilis and
From Dr. Iliram Sti l l
find your SAP.:.
remedy for the seemel
and for syphilitic disea.
The profession are ind I
best medicines we have
From A. J. French, Jr.
IMlCTellre, M M
t ass., T
the Legislature of Af ' it
"Du. A Y ER. 31y. (14,
El-tits-int RILLS an, CXCY
both of the primaCy an
tuns in sonic cases that
to other remedies. Ido
ploy with more certaint
fat alterative is require
fife. Mae. rust
had dreadful ulcers' on
of mercury; or . meiuriw
and more aggravated
remedy or treatimMt iii
persevering use of Avij
Few cases sin Ii
distressing than tide,
bottles to cure him,
fit, Of St. Lou:.;,t :
,a more effectual
ary symptoms of -pyphths
e thau ally other we possess.
Ihtea to you for sumo of the
D., ait eminent phyricihn of
iii a prominent intimber of
filar Sir: I have found your
lllent remedy for „ihdis,
i I sm.ionilory type, and effee
were too' übstinatejto yield
o not. know What we can em
at' buceess,where power
',r, ',VA - cm Brunswic *, N.,7.,
his lets, caused by the abuse
od. dpicale, which grow more .
IL'or years, in spite of every
could be applied, until the
t. SARSAPARILLA relieved
"utind more inveterate and
and it took eevend dozen.
e. • ! ,
are generally pro , ince(
cert. - aqui?, and are v;•ry
*act of this SA Wk.% PA
however, hi Ind oil the
opplicatiou of lo,1:4 rcn
Front the well -7..nere n
-es Female Weakness,
I by internal Scrofuhnts• Ul
ft,a cured by The alterafire
, ;11.1..1. Seine case caseHj rei ire,
S% ll:i.trAltlLL-1, the skilful
rind' widr . ly-cekbrated
11, of eine: nnati.
RSA I'AUILLA an-excellent
f females. Many cases of
oa, Internal Ulceration, and
otn the scrofulous diathesis,
I there arc few that do not,.
ly aided by local treatment.'
Wow the publication of her
ty,:elf have been cured of a
rrlann of lonwstancling, by'
"1 Bare found ybur
alterative ill diseaSes
local debility arising ft
have yielded to
when its effect is proper
A lady, unit - Wing*, d
" 31v daughter and
very debilitating - V r eue
two bottles of your SAI
, grhen caused by Scroftr ,
cured by this Ex:r: SA
Liver Complaint, Dys
isease, Neuralgia, '
a in the systerg, are rapidly
i ..i . • 1
• •,,AxER'S : 1
CAT TIC •PILLS
possess so many a vantages over the ether
purgatives'in the rket - , and their sup . Orior .
virtues are so uriiversally known, that we need'
not do more than to assure the public their'
quality is : muitudine 't equal to the best it ever
hip been, and that t ley may be depended on
to:flo - all that they h we ever, done.
Prepared by J. . AYER, - M. D., &I *Co.,.
Lowell, Mass., and old by .
Sold. by C. S. & El A. Jones, Coudersport.
Chappel. Bros., Ulysses.
C. H. Simmoes. 0 waye. 1 . •
Mann & Nichols, itAllpert: •
Colwell & Co., ' oulet, 1 and by /Dealers.
everywhere. - i , . .
nt - r6ted Le
WAR makes high phi
reduce them. It ma
a po,lnd br using yo
r - '• - e•T A UTIO:s; 1
fered also. be .care
Others being COUNT
PHILADELPI II I
S:aponifier belptto ,
i-es SOUP for FOUR ots,
it kitchen grease.
As spurious Lyes are oX
fa] and only buy..thw•
put tipi in Iron cats, all
No. 1211 Walnut Street:
reet and DUqueene Way
s, Ants, Bed Bugs, Notts
Insects on Plants, Fowls,
For Rats, Nice, Roach:
in Furs, Woolens, &C.
Put up in 25c. 50c
and Flasks, $3 and '
"Free from Pois
and S1:00 Boxes, Bottles,
':5 sizei,for Hotels, Public
to the Unman Family."
of their boles to die."
h all ldrge cities.
Ists and Retailers erery-
"Rats come out
* *Sold Wholesale
**Sold by all Drug;
*,*! I Beware !II
*"Coss*See that "Cos •
f all worthless
''s" name is on each Box-
before sou buy. -
enry R. Costar,
1.82 Broadsrayi N.Y.
Bottle and Fla
* * *Address
* * *Principal Depo
* * *Sold by
. STEBBINS *Co.,
Wholesale t 'Reid