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PA ' STATE NQIUSAL . SCHOOf,
.MAINTSFJPWOH,`:)*.GA CO, PA.
THIS INSTITUTION WAS
li'ecognized by the. State Authoritks,
State Normal School.
dndforpaily Opined as such in September ISO.
ripirogr ntkpocatlaceti. ItilplmAiSe
ffe ba Sate. itppefipriiiiiiiii:orthe
urrect year enabling the Trustee to extin
gulp the greatet portion of the, outitanding
liabilities, and to make extensive improve
ments apqa.pauildolig r e.asiltrounds.
The SpArtitgWrasicilt.lcoM4nence about'
Zack. 10 , 1865.
Prof. F. A. Attee, for the past six years in
charge of the Chester County (Pa.) Normal
School, has been elected Principal, nod Prof.
J.tiirait ; »f tbe - Edinberii - StaieNormal School,
tion, bee been appointed to the Professorship
of Languages and Mathematics:.,
' Prof. Allen is well 'known throughout the
' State its ajeeqemanpf accurate scholarship,
PgotisinkaiVF4Vit eViterjenee, of ',fifteen
years as an educator orfeachers, and a thor-
ought acquaintance with their educationat
wants, acquired from his connection with
County Institutes in every section of Penn
sylvania, as well as in other States,
Competent" end thorough instructors will
athi groVidell. "ftlii e'tli fir departments of the
uTithithiidhig has been 'refited - Abroughout
and provided with furniture of the most ap
proved style, together with an extensive col.;
leetion of maps,charts,and works of reference:
Excellent Chemical and Philosophical ap,
prams will be in readiness at the opening of
the School. '
,To'keep.„lqtca r tvith,the tmprovements in ed
neation, e,""fgymnettleitt Will, be:erected, for
which a valuable apparatus fur" the heavier
and lighter exercises has already been secured
The school year is divided into three terms
of thirteen weeks each, with no vacation, ex
cept the week of Christmas Holidays.
It is desirable thA students should enteeet
the cotnmeneinetent of.a term, and for a period
of not less than thirteen weeks: Tuition,
in advance per term, extra.
charges for the lagueges•tirMie highe math
ematics. Text books rented at reasonable
rates. Vocal tend instrumental music at
t achers' prices. Boarding In the ha 11,539 00
per term ; wood for winter, $3 00 per term;
washing, $3 25; Loom rent. $1 50.
The arrangements mow made are of such
a nature as to wairantilfel'ruitees in saying
that no other institution in the State affords
better facilitiqsfor .the Education of Teachers,
or for the petition Of students for college,
or for general business. '
For further particulars address the Prinei
U,''at'.3ltii4fieldortoga county, Pa.
W. C. RIPLEY, Pres. Board of Trustees.
ALBERT CLARK, Secretary.
Mausfieldl Dec. 20,-1864. • . • --
Gnu/arta, Potter Co.,•Pa, "in. 1, 1863.
NOTICE is here* given that Charles Bu
-1.11 shor, now or late of this county, holding
the . f f lowing described property, has not 3 , -
Pk any considelation *hotelier fcr the sam • ,
sod all persons are hereby warned not to pur
chase any of said propertpof the said Bushor
beibre the deidsioi.'of the Court is given in
this case and C. Bushor has paid to me the
consideratiou money therefor. •
'fbeitnilAllig..4 , the.property :
Ist'. A' certain tract of land near the Ger
mania kill, in warrant 5075. Abbott township,
Pater, county,, pa., containing 1,00 acres.—
./iTsQ-25:abies4a Warrant 5078 and adjoining
2nd. A certrin tract of land, with Malawi
ipprprquivnts thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
itichrraatBl9, in.Stewartson township, Potter
county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
C. 13ushor holds also in trot wrirrint , no,
2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa..
on the road leadinpd'rom Germania to Gaines
containing 850 acres' '
, Administrator's Notice.
vrritittAS, Letters of Administration to
the estate of WIIiSON CARSON, late
ofiAllegany township, Potter county, deed,
bate been granted to the autideriber, all per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment,' and those having
claims against the same will present them,
duly authenticated,ifor se . .:lement to
HIiDSONITE I NDRYX, ,, Ader. -
Allegany, Arig. r AlVlB64 - ' '• • ,
BOOK AGENTS WANTED!
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OPO:flO:palal Illustratriganiily. Works.
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REBELLION, of which over forty thousand of
Vol. 'J have already been sold. It is a good
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employment. , n _ , 4
Also, for sale tb' Pedlers, Merchants, and.
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Portraits and other pictures for "the Times,"
War Maps, beautiful Album Cards, Currency
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t - '"‘. 4 - " -- .lrtirrtY 'HOWE,' ''' ' ,
No. 111 Main Street, Cincinnati, 0.
Estate of George Estes. Deed. ,
..7 aIQ way,i - exo. A
the estate of George Estes, late of He-:
,bron township, deed, have been 'granted to
l ' . .;:the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all
'• persons knowhig themseles indebted - to said
estate to caltionsl seltleliume4tately . and those
I having claims to present theta for nayment.
POLLY ESTES, Admiuistratrix.
Hebron, Nov. 22, 1864 '6t .
prilll3 CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
_IL 03' AN, INVALID.
• Publishetlforllielient:fit and - as a caution
to young rite,n and others who suffer from
Nervous Deb;iity, Premature Decay of Man-:
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hi MS elf after uriprgoing eons ide rabl escoack
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'been graiited - to the iliblieriber, all persone
indebted to said estate are requested to make
innnediate payment, and those having claimi
szamst, the e i me_rilfr u zeseut them, duly,atr
4!!theifiestea tie lettleidentlo .11N
Coudersport, Oct. 25, i854.'
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1864 and continue thirteen weeks.. Tuition
from $4.00 1011511.119 perjerrn.- i•,•Bnard can be
had, in the Principal's ifamily,„ - Roams.foi
seif-boarding can be - ..bad"•in,the Academy
Buildiugrat s3:3lf per term.. t . • : .',
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Winte : 0o is
- VOUR atttentimi is inviud tothe large and
attractive stock just received,- and for
sale as low as the-same qualities can be bought
anywhere in' the county:
We have on hand's large and' varied as=
sortmenc of Domestic Cottons, comprising
BROWN SFIF,ETINGS, and '
• ' SHIRTINGS, ' ' •-•
-BLEACHED AIDSLIN ) g,
" • • STRIPES, /
- • : • , CHECICS,
COTTON FLANNELS, on••whioh
cannot he - undersold ` , l ,
We pin Chase goods for Caih - and offer
them at a very - Small-advance', ;' - • -
I F you want to purchape •
RED, • .
• ,`; • ,• GRAY;
SETRIING FLANNEL, call
• At' OlnistetVs.
D4LALVS. •. ,-.-
PRINTS, - •
• • WOoLEN,SHAWB",
• • NVB/APAtmapii,
**: - • CLOTHS,. and
a full supply
At ,0111111ted 9 S.
DON'T fail to call before purchasing and
see the assortment - f ;"-.
BOOTS St SHOES '
v OR Men, Women 8: Children, in great va
l.: riety and clean
For Molasses, 3. - rEip, Sugar, Tea and Coffee,
in fact everything in,the. Grocery line, calf
A full assortment of almost everything That is
kipt in a country store on hand. We intend
to keep Goods that will give satisfaction and
sell good articles at the lowest living profit.
Grain of all, kinds, •
Butter, Wool,, •
Sheep Pelts, Furs,
Connty, - nirrnshiri and School Orders, for al
of, which the highest prices will be paid-
C`oudersport, j'a,Noitr 48, E b n
OEFICE 139' SOUTH FIFTIUSTREEL',
• ' "
Capital $/.000,000 200; 5 each .
PreiddEmt, ALEXANDER . iff,craraz.
A. It,'AeCLURD,. D. IC. JICEICANi..I4BI , II. DAvrii
; THOMAD 'l3odrri :J. C. :BOXIMRCEB,
FETES B. Busts. ; Jogs sr. rOMEROY.:
...TAMES M. SELL - ESE, Secietaiy.
ELISHA W. DAVIS, Treasurer.....
This Conipany_hasJ2o:atrett, of land, in fee,
on Allegheny River immediately. opposite Oil
City, and adjoining Laytonia, with ;10 rods
front 'on the river, and'7s rods front,on.Lay's
Ran.' Ron. C. P...atunsdell; editor .of the Oil
Creek Monitor, and agent for this land, as
sures- the. Company that it will selliri lots for
sloo,ooo,:,reseriing the oil right whleh is',
Worth $lOO,OOO additional. Immediate reve-1
nue wilt be derived for the Compan:y. from ,the I
sale of these:lois :Mid - the:Company have two
good engines with complete fixtures to operate
immediately :: for' oil..„The territory in this
immediate locality ha's ,never failed to pro
Also, one hundred. sate, in fee simple, in
the celebrated Cherry' Run District,immedi
'ately adjoining CberrYßun Petroleum Com
pany, whese stock is nowtWorth over 00,Per
share. The Company now have'offers, which
will be accepted, for sinking'Welbt on lease, l
withont any cost to_the corporation: and one
half the prioceeds to go to *Company, The
Curtin and, St. Nicholas , ,ComPaPies are in
this immediate localitY; and their stock is
now commanding a' large' premium.' 'ln ad
ditind, the Company hati4.o Odes, in.feksim
ple, on Cherry. Tree Run, whichemptics into .
Oil,Creek, and , in, the, best:PrOtbicing section
or the - Oil Territory - 7 ;4d 110 acres in fee
simPle, on Walnut Bend,lve miles above the
montli - of 011 , Criek, and:* OTer:twO - .Milei
fronfthe 'Celebrated Reed' well, I:kiwi:deduc
ing over 200 per day.. • - ,
AIsO, thelease orthree tracts' of land, two
on Oil Creek, - qach producing over ten barrels
per day,, and_ one - oh 'Allegheny . Aiver,
ducing ten barrels per datorheavy,oll;woith
now per bixrrel:' The oniiiany noW re
ceives 'three-fourths of "tile'proCeedd - Cif 'the
last named -and ''Sni-half of the - ether
two:nßeett of /baser tetiSte deieloped
by the .ompftn) , 4by_.-siolting.additional
and the engines and fixtures..are now : on
"=-.. .9 - 41 . 2 _
Spt3e,Tiptiens must be tesde prompt
al rlte:j4i4l;ene-htlf, of tb`e`iteekis al-,
Tnbscriiptfnas [iii be
. received at the`cl6ce
of the:Ctipatiral. •
.14 4 •. , .- 7 '-t , - ,,, •-••• - :--• .4-.• , -..-: r-c• 4 ";•'''' - • ,, ... , ..:,--.... , :t:‘: , -... 1 , -:
. .._. .
ii . t iiiirt. -roltriltrlT 1, • ;
.' - , , .;.„,:- .... -.•- -, 21' ..', ,''i 1 '
IV:ait the exclamation of the Mirotmoterivho
. ' v•t.l. : ,:• -
fret discovered that the world move d fa 1
orbit ;:nnt:letni'joioni line been the'e.xclatei;;;
ti ~T HE- p LACE
citiof incise ; who
where:GOODS .call -be purehued, FIFTEEN.
.oi.TWEiITY PER CRiiT, belOW: the"inaiket
price, And yet find them as represented: Two
are to be considered la Puictitaing.
Goods the Quality and the ;, and per-
chatlers stidynig both, can be better qa*fied
Witt} our stack.hiuF any oiher in. thisnr:adr
jeinies. counties. ; r Think twice befo..; 1,/rzyfrii
DEAR TRASH" Now is your time •d ire=
cure a GOOD - ARTICLE:
,"Dtlays: ars dart=
gecous and'sonietimes fatiL" -"Don't wait fir
another enormous advance in Goods..- ' •
The following is but a parti4 , lipt ot our
large easortraeht:. , , • . ,
The attention of the Ladies is Called to the
stocker Merinoes,Black,Brown, Blue, liffiroon,
Drab and,White. Some 0 these were bought
-previous. to the rise and will be sold nearly as
low 13S present, wholesale prices,at
Blatt, Grey, and Fancy Colirs'at JONES'
Cassimeres, 'Stripe& Checked,' and Plaids;•
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, aid Cottoiades 'ot
the very best qualitY at • JONES'
- • Mou'r'ning Goods
Black Silks, Alpacas, Empress Cloth, Bainlia
sine, Delaines, Rep Cloths, and Black and
Purple Goods of various kinds at _ JONRS'
Heavy Sheetings, three...quarter, four-quarter,
five-quarter, fine .unbleached . ;.Pillow Case
and • Sheeting,*uslia, ! Shirting, Ten -quarter
bleached.forsheats at • ,
Barred Muslin, Plain Jaconet, Cambric" for
Skirts, Irish Linen;' Swiss Muslins, Nainsook
Muslin, plaid, striped or plain;. and •Bisbop
Lawns at , . .) JONES' '
- Emb - L 4 oideries
Dimity Bands, Ladies Collans, Undersleevea
with-or nithout collars at ••' • JONES'
--- - - ,
Hoods, with btb a br , points r for Infan s and
Children, Misses and LadiesLNtibia's, Under . .
kleiviiaikaVa'pe at JONES'
; 24) - Prints *
For Children, Shirting Prints ' pinm
white and blackiblue and white, Old all kinds
of Fancy, at JONES'
Gents' Black prowl cloth,, excellent quality
,befora the, rise., Cassimetes, black
silk mixed, black and fancy Doeskin; striped,
plain, and Plaid in fancy colors, and Cloth
for whole sails 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.
Hens' home and city-mads.
Boys', all sizes, white or mixed, at JONES'
Fin Ladies, Gauntlet and Hand Gloves,Bis
Linen, Cotton, Plain and Fleeced Silk. Gent,
fine Driving Gloves, Cassimeres, at TONES'
r . •
For Ladies; Shepherd's Plaid, Brodie, Long
and Square, Woolen Plaid; a great variety of
eiegant oblons it
Of 'domestic - and foreign mannfactire:
can assure our patroas 'that we believe our
stock this spring to be 'more attractive 'in this
line than:ever before. ' • '4 JONES;
• — Balmoral'Ski.rfs
With only two breadths, making-if necissary
to have but two seams ba a full skirt, in agreat
'Variety at • JONES'
Teav,.Sugars, Choice Syrnp, Good Rio Coffee,
West - Indii and Dandelion "offee Rice Corn
Stared, Farina, Cocoa; &c., - at JONES'
- • .13r . gshe, • -
Cloth,,Tootb, Nail, Hair, tt af t :Plant, Yarnislt
and Artist Brushes, at JONES'
Oils, Paints, and Dye Stud's, White. Lead in
Tin Catts,.Alcohol, Camphene,.Xeroshne f Lamp
and Lamp Fittures, , Glass, - Patent,lledicines,
Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfumeiy,Fancy.
Soap and Toilet articks, - Outa, • Hair; I*ory .
and Wooden Comlis, Pomades and Coleghes,
and a fine assortment of-,flavpring Extractsi
Pens, Ink and Paper, and 'Linseed •011-raw
and boiled, at JONES'
Boya' and hten'a at . JONES' •
Boots and Shoos
Of every description and the..best'griality, at
astonishing low prices, at ' JONES'':
Ceiling Paper, Transom
C Paper, Wlndow n
tains, Borders, Tasselsand - Fixtures, at J's.
WAREr HATI,H;;TRDH, yI;OWS, WINDOW,.
SABII, -- 11,011R, -/ PORlC;'iiiii - FEED, in fact,
everything that the people nee can in had at
• '". • ~• ••N
" tIOES I r • -
All of which will be sold at the lowest rtitei
- • • •
COrtirtßY PRODUCE TOR( :
erskort a. June 11116
ir fat stile oa r,e'isotiagetersol and lib-
IeARM , !--.235 Aeres.Bo.Cleared
PAM !-50 Aeies-15 - - Clesied
FARM !--300 Aorcif 7 -5 Cleard
as of Other Farm and Land
e money may be'recittired down.
otdaau Pa. - ,Inly 2 '6l" ' tfr
Having:secured the services `o f
' ;` - . .
mty 8: totT h ulor,
° twenty: years experienee4n England and
Ametica. latn .prepared; to A'nrniali -farmers
and travelera with the best of
Horse and OX . Shoeing,
Shingle Kitiv'es, &atelier KtliVOS ke.„ Promptly,
• • 1 • - • -L. BIRD, Proprietor, •
Brookland, Potter CO.; Pa.
1 formqrly called Cusbingiille.
-A T •
Ol MSTEDS •
nlwaya ba fonad - the.begt o
i3ox and Parlor
land hitEET . dRON WARD,-POTS,
SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
NS, AN SAP-PS, and CAIILD-
OWS, SCRAPERS,. OULTIVA-
such as P
HIS WORK. .
and the material good. Good
tial EAVES-TROUGHS put nri in
the County—Terms easy.. Reedy
kinds, including Cash, seldnm
is well mad
any part of
Pay of alb
. Stoti on
ZEiin Street iiplipsite the Old Cotirt
ileritport. Aug. 1, 1863.--50
Will wring anything from a aiogie Thread to
a Bed-Quilt. i• . ,
'PRIOErz : 85.50, $6:00, Lnd $8.00.;
. . A. Stebbins &. Co,
Agents for otter county... 7 .Thu: 2 1 5, 1863
--. 1% . Ai-, STrill IN & 0;/, i
Paying the highest price in
• .- - . -• • CASS fort -::
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50,000 POUNDS WANT.E i b j
CoUdersport, June 28, 1464.
. A. Stebbizu3 & Co.'
GENTS for the sale of •
S foryrottir county ;-•:.,
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DIL, TOBIAS' ,
illarAS J;IVEN 'UNIVERSAL SATISFAC
.II.I. TI N during;the fourteen years it has
been intoduced into- the '.United Stales.---
After 'be ng tried by milliOns it has been
proclamed the pain destroyer of the world.
Pitin cannot teTwhera-this liniment is ap
plied. If used as directed it cannot and nev-
I ti o
er has f 'fled -in a single instance.- -Foricolds,
coughs nd'influenia; it can't be beat One
25 cent oftle gill cum all the abOve, hesides
being - n eful in every family Ihr_sodden acci
dents, i nib' as•burni,' data, sealds, linsect
stings, • .. It is' perfectly innocent to take
Internally,' and can'' , be given• 'to tbe (oldest
,youngest Child,'" Price 25' and 50
cents si bettle. -Offiee, .ps Cottlandt Street,
New. Y k. Sold by all•diuggisti. 1
e."l PAID FOR RUTTER,
b E, 11E. S
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=HO'LOST ! - -'''HOW RESTORED I
Just published,' a L new edition cif • Dr.
Culv rwellts - Celebrated Essay
'on 114 rddical curd . (without medicine) "of
SPSR. TOiSHOSA, or Seminal Weakness, In
voluntary Seminal losses,' Ittpermicy, Mental
and PtOsical Incapacity, Impediments'to Mar;
riage, etc.:,t shoe Cossinvenoa, EPIL SNIT', and
FITS, induced' by self-indulgenee or sexual
extravagance. - I -
~...i 111157Frice, in a sealed ' envelope, only G tens.
The celebrated: anthoi; in • this admirable
essay !clearly. demonstrates, from a ,thirty
years successful practide, that
consequences of self abase may be radically_
cued ,without *the dangerous use of internal
medicine i or the-application of, the knife--
pointing out a mode of, cure, at.once iiinple,
teitn.iif aneeffecutal, bY2theatia of which ev'..
617 mifferer,- no matter ;whit-'big. condition
mayhe; may 'cure hitaselflcheaply, privately,
and, radically. „ , r - , ‘
:Attellja . ;Lecfurq shuld be in tb
of every' outh and every 'Mail in die!
.'Sent, .under" seal, in aplaitt - envelop
A..ddrese, posi-paid,-;on. receipt:of six.
-two. post ptatnps.. Address the pub!;
CBAS. J.• 0: RUNE & C(
'o'llitiwry, - Now rork,rost office
°Airs, OAT' "
Tw it pay SO 08,...cA5ur,,,f,
delivered at my Store in'?. clip
tip 3„,s COL ,
A 7894,79:1-si - 010034*iii.
, itggoka , r,4 l :44or
which -, we
12,14.1 m to
slowly caused , -4 , - , mercurial disease, low
living,,disordered digestion 'from unhealthy .
the depressing .f *ices, -and; above iek;br
the venereal s inf ec t : lb n . whioeret be. fits
origin,- it is hereditary in the_ constitition,.
descending. " from parents to childrastunto.
the third and fourth , iC
seems to be the rod of Him who says;, l '.l . lob
visit -the, iniquitiei the, fathers upon, heir
children." The diseases it originaps,like•
various names, .according to the...organs it
attacks: In - the , lungs, Scrofula predate,
tubercles, and finally Consnmptioe •Alur
glands, swellings which : suppurate
come ulcerous., sores ; in ; the
bowels; deransements.twhicit produce, indi
gestion dyspepsia , and ,l romplaiiits; pi,
the skin, eruptive and. cidtineons affections.
These, all having the same origin, require the
aame:remedy,purifieation, and Invigora
tion of the blood. Purify, the, blitod,, and
these dangerous distempers leave YOu. With
feeble, foul, or corrupted, blood, you; cannot
have health; with that "life of the -flesh'
healthy, you cannot have .scrofulous
is cornpounded - from the most effectual - anti.
dotes'that medical science has discovered for'
this afflicting distemper, and for the .cure'of
.the disorders it entails. That itia.4supe
rior to 'any other. remedy yet derised,
known' by all who have given it a trial. That
it.does,eombine yirtues,.truly extraordinary
in their effect upon this class of cemplaints,
is indisputably proven bythe great multitude
of publicly known and remarkable cures it
has made of die following diSeases: tin%
Evil, or Glandular
Eruldionso P 1 1 0 1 43 14. Blotches and Sakes,
Erysipelas, Rose or St. Anthony's Sire,
Salt . Rheum, Scald Coughs : ' from
Wherenlona deposits in the tungs, White
Swellings,Debility, Dropsy,' Neuralgia,
Dyspepsia:- or Indigestion, Syphilie . and
Syphilitic Infections, Nercur,ial Diseases,
Female Weakimiees,.: and, indeed, the;whole
series of complaints that atise.frem impurity
of the blood.- .Minute reports of indiridual
eases., may , be found in AYER'S AmEttAdalf
ALMANAC, which is furnished te 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 are purposely; taken
from all sections of the country, in order
that every reader may have access to some
one who can speak to him of its benefits from
personal experience. 'Scrofula depresses the
vital energies, and thus leaves its victims far
more subject to disease' and• its fatal results
than are healthy' constitutins. Hence it
tends to 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 adequatb to its cure. This we now
offer to the publie under the name of. Arse's
SAIISAPARILtA, although, it is • cemposed:of
ingredients, some-of which . exceed the best
of S4rsapan74 in: alterative •Fewer.. -By its
aid you• may protect yourself from the Suffer
ing and danger of these ' disorders. Purge
'out 4the -foul corruptions that i.ot and fester
in' the blood, purgelout the causes'of disease,
and vigorous health will follow.- By its-pecu
liar virtues this remedy stimulates this vital
functions, and thus - expels the distempers
which* lurk within = the system or burst. out
on any part of it. ' ' •
We know the public have been deceived
by many compounds of • ,Sarsapstilla, That
promised much and , did nothing; but they
will neither be, deceived nor disappointed-in
this. ,Its virtues have been proven .by abun
dant.trial, and remains -no question of
its surpassing excellence for the cure ; of the
afflicting ' diseases it is intended , 'reach.
Although, qpder the same name, it ill:
different mrdicine from any other whiefilhas
been. before the people, and : is fir mere-ef
fectual than any other which: has ever beetk
available to them. • ,
They. World's .treat ifAluielly . for
.Colds, Incipient Con-,
sumption, and for t h e relief
• of Consumptive patienti
• in advanced stages,
... , , •
This has been ! so long used, and so.uni
versally known, ,that we need i do no'more
than assure Abe 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 baa eveidone.
Prepared by,. Da; S. C. Aria CO.,
Practical and Astaryti.zil'Chenusts
Sold by all druggists everY_where,.. •
Sold by C. $. it Ft. A. Joues E Cogderep ort.
Chappel Bros., Ulysses.
C. H. Simmoes, Oswayo. ;
Colwell it Co"., I?atilero
Family Sotrp !Maker.
WAR' akes - high prices; SaponiSer'helift to
reduce them. . It"makes 'SOAP for POURnts.
a pound by using your kitchen greinle• -
felted_ also, be careful ardonly:bij'ibe
PATENTED put np lairo#' - (fatik 41,11
others being COUNTERFEITS; -
PitNitSYLVANIA gar iiptMiernuireedh.
~PI3ILADELPBLEV-,N4. 127)Walnut litre&
•PITT.SEVEG--ritt S treet and Duifierinilfay
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Coetar'at rnitieEztiiranthato: - r
.1. llati kite, Itoaiaus„ Ant*, Bed AuPolL ~_
kr Pas, Wool & c. ;;Insects aunusts, 41ssus,
Animas, &cc ' a n d $1,90 Boxes, Bottles,
Put.up iulso. 600,
anylasks $3 and, $ 5 sizes. for_R°i°/83.1blia
lastitutiontb t. l.
- - 4 Onli in Ilibie, :r emedie s known "
" "Free frohtl'olions• •• , ..-sn
to the Human nimily•
qTot,dl 33l .ger,° llB , , r. • ltdes'w#ill."
Rat come out oftueir ,
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* *sofaVtiolesale in' all largett . s. v ..,_...
* * *Sold! by all VrivestsiktcullittapergA ► eq.
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whera. „ o . , iii .• weir s biltiiidust
4*l t 1 Betiarel !I of WOtt
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-11 :,..gie that gtoßTiiei:Danaire is 1 7 7 1"
' - Bottle a - Flask oeforelou , u3 r t:•,:2/
4' *Addrifilo 'll,llll"rliZai N. 11.
I if * ,..*Sinapal , Djviiit, 82 . ,8.!„ . • ~*, N. -
iNefiold by ' ..,..i Ix' - ig giCir`
hil•ti st '''' ''' .%IA.I lterbOßSP a. 1 ilit
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