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boa ivorr.Eetantlon or IJ:tenth:term° of tfrine;Taftn= l •
Ise er ttlaeratton of the Bladder or Kidneys, Diseases of
the Prostrete Gland, Gravel, Brick Dust Deposita, Drops!-,
eel Bwellluis • Organic Weakness, Debility, yernale Corr
'FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
Improved - Rose; Wash
Will radically eztortainato front' the system DissaseS stir
ins from Habits of Dissipation, at Little orgoenee, tittle or
eftange of diet, no inconvenience or orpoeurot
sompletely espersedlog thine unpfeaeant and dangerous
ringlia, Copia ia and 2lteroury, ict curing these 41sealoa,
In all Dissases of the Urinary Organs, whether existing in
sues or teems, from trulareoer carafe originating, and
tso matter of how lonyetanding, It is pleasant Snits taste
and odor s IMASEDIATEin action, and more strongthening
than any of 'the preparations of Bork or hon.
, lhososuffering from Broken Down or Delicate Coadf•
*talons, procure the Remedy at once.
The Baader must be aware that however tlighezruty be
the attackof the above diseases, Sc is certain to adect his
ZOdailisattlt, Mental Powers and Happtnese. If no
treatment is submitted to, Consumption or Insanity may
All the above diseases require the aid of a diorella.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
In the Great Diuretic.
HELm1301 , 13 9 8
Compound Fluid Extraot Sarsaparilla,
dos puritring the blood, removing all diseases arising from
.tors and Imprudence In life, chronie consUtullonal dis
cuss arising from an impuro state of tho blood, and th e
only reliable and effectual known remedy for the cure of
Saadi. Scald Read, Salt Rheum,- Pains isnd Swelling of
the Donis, Ulcerations of tho Throat an 4 Legs, Blotcbe;
assphis on . the Pace, Tetter,Erysip cies, and all scaly erup
Slow of the skin, ana bonutifying tho crouncrior.
P ‘ rNi fi D AC /19 ' 1 - 1 t'SS
NOT A. FEW
111 the wont disorders thatAtfillet mankind arise from the
Iftternptfon that secumulates in the Blood.. Of all the &Is.
orreries that have been made to purge it out, 60110 can
qua In effect //71131730LP8 COMPOUND EXTRACT
07 BARBARA= LA. It cleanses and' renovates the
Thood, Instills the vigor of health Into the system, and
liphgee out the humors which make.dieelee. It stimulates
she healthy fbnotlons of the body, and expels the disorders
that grow and rankle In the Blood. Such &remedy, that
could be relied on, has long been sought for, .1 now, fob
the Lint time; the public have one on which they can de-
Vend. Ourapace here does. not adialt of certilleates to
show its effects, but the trial of a single bottle will show to
the sick that It has virtues surpassing anything they have
Two tablespoonful of therstract of Sarsaparilla, added
10 tt pint of water, le equal to the Lisbon Diet Drink, end
one bottle is equal to a gallon of the'Syrnp of Bansparilln,
orthe decoction as usually made..
The above Estracts are prepared on purely sciontllle
principles—ln racuo—and embody the full strength of
She ingredients entering Into their composition. •A ready
wad conclusive test will be a comparison of their proper.
Ala with Moe ttei forth In the U. tit Dispensatory.
HOW TO USE TBE. tiOVIZDtES.
I In Diseases of the Blood, Rumors on the race, or ilny
and everY part of the body, use Extract Sarsaparilla, ap-
Mains to Plospies and all external Rumors or Eruptions
the Improved Rose Wash, , '
Use the Extract Buda for all dblettnes requlrinc the aid
at a Diuretic, except those of the Urinary Organs, such as
tionorrhcoa and 410Cil 1n these use the Extract Duchu
and Inject with the Improved Rose Wash.
ie TIIE2B EXTRACTS RAVE BEEN ADMITTED
TO CBE LI VIE UNITED STATES ARMY, and also are
In very general use In all the STATE 130SPITALS AND
run= INSTITUTIONS throughout the land, as well as
ta private practice, and are considered as Invaluable
DELTVIRED TO ART ADDRZSI
HaLSIDOLD'S D111;* 8 011i3110AL WAREHOI7BII,
Z 94 Broadway, N. Y., next Metropolitan Hotel,
I TIELSEDOLIVB MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South. Tenth St., Assembiy Build's, Phila.
.I,4**Kbe 4 v mpsom, in all dintnrunicattois.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. EVERYWHERE..
Beware of Counterfeits d
Whilst trying Coffke of all thk various,brands,
Remember -!1380W2i12W SIIEXC=I O BP—,
at the head it stliniW .
True, it's not 'like otheis Jthat are IrSOLD
EVERYWHERE" 11 1
Alittle stretch, we;alli do. know, good goods
will easily beaFi I ;
(But a stretch like this—i/sold everywbere"—
ts very apt to tearqj Ii
Now, I can safely say, . - without any hesitation,
There's none like 41 BROITNING'S I E.TEEI.SI.
OR" in this enlightened natiori.
Skilled chemists havelnotfound a Clofee from
any store •
Possessing the sab l- le inFridients as "fMrdwn
ing's Excelsior.' ,I !
Nor is there any one, in ior cut of t e CUffee
Who knows the articles from whichiß
isg's Excelsior" is made. which
I'm told it's made from! barley, .ye, eat,
beans, and Peas 1. I 1
tbr -and thi
iame a .LIOUSI. -.her tbings=-ou.
RIGHT ONE if you please, 11 J 1
But with the Coffee , nneu I will not -olds con.
For the many, many things they l lsay'r-too
numerous too mention.
Whilst they're engaged in running .iound
from store to store
To learn the current wholesalell price of
"Brosvning's Excelsior," •
Some'who know my Coffee gives perfect sat
isfaction,n , •
Have formed 'a plan by which , they hopela
cause :a quick reaction. 1
The case—'tis with a few ; no douj4'twill be
with more— 1
:To name their. Coffeeafter. mine,ABROWN
ING',S)..EXCELSIOR." 1 1!
Some say their's the only brand that trill
stand a ready-test. !'
Now try a little of th'em all—seeywhich you
• like the best. ) I
Three years have passed away since I first
sold a store ; l i
Never have I iniyour paper advertised before;
Nor would I now; or ever consent to publish
If like some used by "everybody," "sold
everywhere," in "every stere."
A. trade like this I do not wish ;Ithe orders I
could not fill;
The Factory all Jersey's lard would take—
leave not a foot to till. /4
Ify trade is not so very large; still think I
have my share;
But, reader, you may rest assUred, 'tis NOT
Manufactured audio,. Sale by thsurriter,
GEORGE L. BROWNING',
' No. 20 Market street Cantq en, N. J.
This Wide is not composed ' of poisonous
drugs,. contains nothing deletdrious ; many
persons use this Coffee that Ohnot use the
pure coffee'; it takes but onel and a half
ounces to Make s. quart of, goof) strong cof
fee'that being just one-half tlt , e quantity it
takes of Jitim. Coffee,) and always less than
half the price.. ! , . ili ,'
RETAIL DVALER§ may purehase it in less
quantities than ten gross , at rtfy prices from
the Wholesale Grocers. I I
tgt„,..Orderd by mail film W . , oledale. Deal
ers promptly attended to. , ±
I • *
MITE subscribar havirt loeltted Lewis-.
1 villa is Prepared to do allpnds of work
in his line-, en -short notice nd in the best
manner. • I
Making and Repair ing -
of nil kinds. am enabled'bi theaid of ma
chinery to do work in, the tvit on-line better
And cheaper titan Any other 6,4tablishment in
the county; I am also prepared to make
COFFINS. , EpsoN HYDE.
Ulysses,'Penn'a, Ded. - 1, 1864
1794. fel,:rd:• r 1/94.
INSURANC]; C 9,1%
fz% I, , i
PIIILADELPII , A.
1 Oldest Insarance Odmpan in , America:
Cash Capital S u rp l us, atd over
‘ . l
SEVENTY-ONE Yehrs Successful Business
Experience, with a reputaoon Icor integrity
and honorable dealing unslirpossed by oily
similar institution. y
LOSSES PAID since lonization, $l7.-
500,000.00, without the dg auction of a cent,
or a day's delay 1 It ,
LIBERAL RATES, for alt the safer classes
of property. Insurance ;of Dwellings and
Contents, a specialty.
BRICK or STONE Dwellingi insured per
pelnally, if desired, an tqnas of the greatest
economy and safety ko the•insured.
It is Wisdom aUd[Economy to insure in the
best Companies, ttnrl. there is none better than
the old IlifiUragoe co. of Nortb
Apply to ) iM. W!McALARNEY
Agent for Potter county.
Will wring anything from a singto Thread to
PRICE : $lOO, and $8.00..
A St ebbins &Co
Agents for Potter nounky.—Jan 25, 1863
D 6ABLED !SOLDIERS
And otheis out of employment to, canvass for
OUR;'GREAT NATIONAL WORK
' "PIDI LIPS AND POLIO/. mama OP LBILLTIAX
-By PrinkCiosby, of the Philadelphia Ili;
comprising one latge octavo volume of nearly
This is the only work ofthe kind published
it is entirely neW and original, containing, bis
early hiritory, political career; speeches,proc-'
lamations and ether Official documents illus
trative of his eintfullndminiStration, togeth
er with the seen s and events connected with
his tragic end. ,It will be sold only by our
authorized traveling Ovate, Ito whom exclu
sive territory is given, and liberal commiss
ions paid! Send fora circular and terms to
".A.lneriaki Publishing Agency, Box 211, No.
COO Cheitout Stie,etPhilodelphia.
FWICIF AthSES,--for the La
smoNs , pOLON.
B AND CTSTO
: t- -•- •
I return you
mv sincere thanks fiffyour liberal patronage'
for the past few years, air Would say to, you
thatrl have - located " m self at Wellsville,
N. Y., apd mayrhereaf r be foUnd at the
' • i ,: . -
1 i '
• • ;I - 2 .
NEW YOR !i. .STORE
(Having bought out GO. Store formerly occu
pied by Geo. Asher), li shall continue to
WiCOLESIaLE I ,AND:RETAIL
in both of the above Stores', and-bope to see
all of my old friends and customers, as.they
are in want of Goods; and -wilt try
.to e& them low enough to pay them for coming. -
We are now selling the best PRINTP from
Extra GINGEWIS from 15 to 25 cents
Good SUEETINGS 'from 42 to'26 cents
TICKS, DENIMS,, STRIPES, and i►U otlte
Goods in proportion.
Good suits $lO to, $l5 and Extra fine
suits in propottion. And as I have an over
stock of Clothing I will sell at Willow
sale 15 per leent. less than the same can
be bought in New York.
BOOTS & 411.0.E5,
HATS & CAPS,
SHAWLS, CLOAKS 40
at reduced prices,
RICH DRESS SILICS,
and all other styles of LadieS' Dress GoodS,
Hoping to receive an early; call, I remain
C. U. SIIIII.IONS. I
Wellsvillo, N. 'Y., March 25. 1865.
P. A. STEBIN & Co,
Paying the highest pike in
56,000 POUNDS WANTED
Coudersport, June '2B, 1864
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK
OF 'TIIE CITY OF 'NEW YOP.K.
Capita; $1,000,000 Pala
FISCAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES,
And Special AY cnt for Jay Cooke,
WILL DELIVER 7.30 lions, FREE OP ;CHARGE,
by express, in ,all parts of the country, and
receive in payment Checks on New 'York,
Philadelphia; and Bostpn, current bills, and
all five per cent. interest notes, with interest
to date of suliscription. Orders sent by mail
This, Bank receives the accounts `of Banks
and Bankers on favorable terms; also of in-
dividuals keeping New York accounts.
J. U. ORVIS, President.
J. T. THU, Cashier.
The Rochester .Straw-Cutter.
oLMSTED &KELLY, Coudersport, bare
the 61Feb:wire:agency for this ,celebrated
machine, in this county. It is covenient, du.
sabre, and OHBA?. . Dec.l, 1860.-1 Z
AN. ELEGANT t.NOVELTY IN W47CHES.,
The cases of this watch are nn' entirely new
invention composed of six different met,
als ,combined, rolled together and
ished, producing an exact imitation of 18
carat gold, called Arcane, which will always
keep its color. They areas beautiful as solid
geld, and are afforded at one-eighth the cost.
The case is beautifully designed , with' Panel
and shield for name, with Patent Push Pin,
and engraved in the exact styl& of, the cola ,
brated.Hold Hunting Levers, and are really
handsome and desirable, and so exact an im
itation of gold as to defy detection. The
movement is manufacturdd by the well known
St. Jimer Watch Company of Eiirepe,and are
superbly finished, baying engraved pallets,'
fancy carVidibridgis, adjusting ? regulator,
with gold balance and , the improved jeweled
action, with line dial and skeleton, hands,and
is warranted a good.time keeper.
These watches are of three different sises,
the sitallest being for Ladiee,; and are all
Hanting.Cases.- A case of six will, basent by
'Mail or Express for• $125.00. A i single one
sent in a handsome Morocco Case for $25;
will readily sell for three times theircost. We
are sole agents for , this watch in the United
Stated, and none are genuine which do not
bear our Trade mark. • Address 1 •
GIRARD W. DEVAUGH &1CO„
Irapdr%re; YS lete.idin , Lane , W. Y
OAP Quotation Bottled Inquire at
_ ' ' EiTIBBINS'
ii:.., , •#,'.:77-30...1 . L.-OAS
By authority of the-Searetamof the Trees !
ury, the undersigned, the -Gemerat SubseriP
tiou Agent for.the. sale of-United States Se
curities, offers to the public - the third serifs
of Treasury Notes, bearing seven and three
torahs per cent, interest per annum, known
as the b • •
730 L 6.
rrh n se notea are, issued: nader date of July
15, 1865, and are' payable three years from
that date in carrency,—or are convertible at
the option of the.holder into -
-11. T. S. 5-20 St x. per cent
;These Benda are-now worth a handsomtil
premium, and are:exempt, as are all the Gov i i
eminent. Bonds - from Stale, 'County. and dVii..l
. . -
moped tazation, ,3
which adds from on . e to threil
per cent. per annum to their value, according to
the rate levied upon other property. The:in
terest is payable semi-aunnally by Caupon's
attached: to each note, which may be cut of
and sold to any bank or ba4ker.
The 'liter at 7-33 per cent . amounts to •
One eentper day o a $5O not
'Two cents " • " . $l.OO - "
Ten u • " u u $5OO, "
20, a • a .ie .('slooo
40 , . a $5OOO ti
Notes of all the denominations named will
be promptly furnished upon receipt of suh 7 '
teriptions.• • "
J.The Notes of this Third Series are precis*
similar in form and privileges to the Seven-
Thirties already sold, except that, the Gl:lk , -
crdnient reserves to itself the option of pay
ing interest in gold coin at 6. per cent.. ip
stead of 7-3-10thsin currency. Subscribers
will'deduct the interest in currency up 'lto
July 15th, at the time when they subscribe.
The delivery of the notes of this third
series of the Sereit-thirties will . comrnence on
of June, and will be made promptly
and continuopsly after that date.
The slight change made in the conditiOns
of this THIRD SERIES affects only the mat
ter of interest. The payment in gold,i if
made,.will he equivalent to the currency in
terest of the higher rate. . j
The return td!specie payments, in the.oVent
of which only will the option to pay-interest
in Gold,be availed of, would so reduce and
equalize pricesithat purchases made with; six
per cent: in gold would be fully equal to
those made with seven and three-tenths•per
cent, in currency. This is
Tie Only Loan in Market
Now offered by the Government, and its su
perior advantages make it the
Great Popular Loan of tlp.le
• • Pople. •
Leis thOn $230 000 000 . of the Loan; 'au—
Lhorizedby Congress are . now on! the
market. Tins amount, at the rate at which
it is being absorbed, will' all be subsdribed
for within sixty days, when the noted will
undoubtedly comman a premiurn, as has
uniformly been the case on- closing thei sub
scriptions to other Loans.
In order that citizens of,every town and
section' of the country may be atforderldfacil
ties for ;taking the loan; the National Banks
State Banks, and private Bankers throughout
the country have generally agreed to receive
subscriptions at par. Subscribers will (select
their own agents, in whom they have ilconfi
deuce, and who only are to be responsible for
the delivery of the 'notes for which they re
ceiye,orders, JAY COOKE,I)
S Agent, PhiladOr'
_,nbscript .., rniladplp
. May 15, 1855.
First National Bank of Harrisburg, it
First National Bank of Lockkaven, i:
First National Bank of Philadelphia,
First National Bank , of Williamsport,
ISGS - ' 1 1805
100LADELPHIA. r ERIE RAILROAD.—
This great line traverses the Nbrtliern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to
the city of Erie, on L'ake Erie. • i
It has peen leased by the Pennsylvauia Rail
Road Company, and index their, auspices is
being rapidly opened throughout its entire
his now in use for Passenger andiFreight
budiness from Harrisburg to St. Torap , 's (216
miles) on the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erie, (78 miles) on the [Western
Division.• " '
TIME ON PASSENGER TRAINS. AT EMP must
Through Mail Train
Through Mail Train. 10 , 18 A. M.
Care run through WITHOUT caAills both
Ways between Philadelphia and tiVek Haven,
and between Baltimore and Lock•llaven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on ExprOs Trains
both ways between Williamsport; and Balti-
MOro, and Williamsport and Philadelphia.
Sor information respecting Pasienger busi
ness apply - at the S. E. Cor, 12th l aiad Market
Streets. i •
And for Freight business of th
S. B. 'Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th
.1. W. Reynolds. Erie.
William Brown, Agent N.C.R.
r- Gen 'l Pragh ,
• , - .Lkina tiotirr, _
Gael Ticket =
jos. D. POTTS
Genl anerger, '
GERMANIA, Potter Co., Pat, Aug. 1, 1863.
NOTICE is hereby given that i Charles
shor, now or late of this county, holding
the following 'described property, has not. ye'
paid any consideration whateverfor the same,
'.and all persons are hereby warned zest pur
' chase any of said property of the said Dustier
before the decision of the Court is given in
this case and 0. Busbor, has paid to me : the
consideratiA money therefor. 1 ;
The following is the property,t
Ist. A certain tract Oland near the Ger-
Mania Mill, in warrant 5015, • AbbottlownshiP,
Potter •counW, Pa.i containing. 100 ae - ris}—
Mao 25 acres in warrant 5078 and, adjoining
the above. I-
2nd. A certrin t tract of,land; with Milland
improvements thereon, near Ksttle Creek:, in
warrant.sBlo, i on Stewartson township, Potter
connty r Pa., containing-about 204 acres.
C. Busher lioldi.-also in trust warrant no.
2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa.,
on the road leading from Germania to Gaines,
containing 850 acres.
tf i WIIL RADDE.
Ltest from ghprilan
fostNE-, 'EAR 4 fromNorth ; Carolina, for
sale by -ETEBBINa
"Only infaltible remedy known."-i
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Hi man Farnily.”
"Rats, come out of their holes to die."
"COSTAR'S" HAT, ROAC#' IEXTER Y S.
Is a pasteused for Rals,
Mice Roaches, Alack and •
Redtinta t .6 - c.; - ci, .3-o.
I 'COSTAT ,
Is a liquid or wash, used to '
destroy, and als4 as a pre
, i'entire 'for Bed-Bugs, be. 1
"liOSTAII"S” ELECTRXC 1 4 0W1diES !FOR
- , INSLCTo'•
Is for Moths, Mosgaitoes. ;• j
Fleas, Bed-Bugs i Insects on
Plants, Fouls, .tlnima/r, ,j•e.
* 4 .* Sold by all Druggists and Retailers
*** 1.1 t BEWAILS of call worthlctss irai-
Lotions.. ) I
* if * See that "CosrAa's" name igloo each
Box, Bottle, -and Flask, before yon bay. -_
HENRY R« COSTA:It. •
*** PatareirAL Duro; 482 Broads ay, N. F.
Itia.Sold by all Dfuggists and Dealers in
INCREASE OP RATS. The Fanner r ,s Ga
zette (Fnglish) asserts and proves by 'gures
that one pair of rats NVii! have a,progeny and
descendants no less than 651,050 in' three
. Now, unless tiliq immense family can
be kept down, theywould consume More food
than %win. sustain 65,000 human beings:
StrSoe gleostar's"/ adv't in tilts' paper
RATS versus BlRDS.Whoever engages in
shooting small birds is 6. cruel man ; whoever
aids in exterminating - rata is ti benefactor.
We should like some 4f our correspondents
to give'us the benefit of their experience in
driVing out these pestsi We need something
besides dogs, cats,'andltraps forthis /business.
Vg4„,Seil'Costar'sl' adr't in this paper:
"COSTAR'S" RAT i i E.TERIIINATOR is
simple, safe, and sure,the most perfect'
RAT-ification meetingke have ever attended.)
Every Itatiliat can get it, properly prepared
according to direction i s, will cat it, and every
one that eats it will I die, 'generally at some
place as distant as possible from where th 4
medicine was takeri.—Lake Shore I Mich.'
— Sao “Coster'4" adv't in this peter.
fitit-Seo Jost .'a ...Iv
A VOICE FROM) , 'l7qE FAR IVEST.--
Spe:aking.of"gostaer i ßat, Roach, Ant, kr!,
Exterminator---"porb ,grain and prorisioris
aredestroyed annually in Giant County lip
- vermin than would pay for tuns of this Rat
and Insect Riller."—Lancasier, iVis., Herald.
igk..See "Costar's" advlt in this paper.
:11t7 - Sold in COIDEILSL'Oar, Pa. ; by 01
Druggis4.l . )
kk FL T.:• ANTHONY CO.
Manufacturers oI). Photographic Mater
VITOLUALT. Aga RETAIL,.
!ICI _BROADWAY,. Y.' "
in addition to our main businws of PITOTOGRAPEIC 31111,
TERIALS, we are flead charters for the following, fizr I
STEREOSCOPES STEREOSCOPIC VIECFS.
Of those we h avian illllll nso assortment, Including War Scanea,
American and Forei g n Cilia and Landscapes,.Grou r a Statuary,
Ote., etc. Also, Revolying Stereosco pe s, for public or private ex
hibition: Our Catalop&will he seat t o any, address, ou re r ipt
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBITHS: •
We were the first to introduce these into tho United States,
and w o manufacture krnen - se q uantities in g reat variety, rang
log in prim from 59 taut* to C7(l each. Oar ALBUMS have the
reputation of bein g supMlea ll:Clio...luny and duratdlitv to any
others. They will be sent by mall; FREE, on receipt Of price.
• re - FINE ALBONIS MADE 'TO
• _ CARD' pnoToGßAras. • •
Oar Catalogne now e m braies over FIVE THOUSANDdiffer
ent !subjects, to which additions are Constantly being Made; of
Portraits of Eminent ' about
• 100 Major-Generals,' 100 Lltub.Colonels, 1150 Statesmen;
.sbo Other Officers, 130 Divines, , „ •
115 Colonels, . 15 Nary, Auth o rs:
°facers, 195 Autho, „
40 Artist; •195Sta g o, . Prominent women.
3,000 Copies of Works of Art,
In reproductions of the 'Most celebrated 'En g ravings,
.Paintin g s, Statues; eta. Cat a logues lent on receipt of Stamp.
An order for One Doren Piathass from our Cstalo g e.e DI be
. filled on the receipt of $1.60, and sent be mall. rams. '
• Photographers and ot:ere ordering g ads C. 0.0.; will ; please
remitlwenty.tire per ntiof the emonut with their order
Gin' The prices and quality of car g o-ads cannot fall too;uay.
dim. ..Poe-het 4lbum/0 IS l'idura, Coats;
.P' arse ; $l.OO
Whiskers it Whiskers
Do you want Whiskers, or Moustaches ? I Our
Grecian compound will- oreo them to'grew on
the - smoothest thee or chin,' •or hair on e bald
heads, iii Six Weeks. Price, $1.00.'• Sclnt, by
mail anywhere closely sealed ; on' recer of
price. • Address WARNER & CO,•
lysn 86 - x 138 Brooklyn' N. Y
3 '4O P. M.
H. J. 0 LMSTED' S
STORE can always be found the best . °
Cooking, BOx and Parlor • 1
S T V . ,E ''S
Also, TIN and SHEET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH .LIOWLS,
EsYrNG-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. Also,!, . • • 1
Agricultukal rtgAiarae4te, -
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, cuarvA
TORS, CORN I SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
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
Store oliMaiirStreet opposite the Old Court
Horise, CouderSport. JAug. 1, 1883.;--,50
CELEBRATED TONIC BYXTERS
AA AR becoming the most popular' ltedmme
in circulation for the, cure of J'
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, 1-JAUN
DICE, DEBWITY OP THE; NEATOUS
• , SYSTE)I,. and , WSAKNESS•of, the
[Sp:IRAQI and DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
It Ls also gaining a..great repute4mi in the
CURE of DIPTHERIA. [ I
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riously caused: by mercurial disense, !owl
•living, disordered digestion , from unhealthy
Toed; impure ' , air, filth and ;filthpbabits, ,
the depressing . vibes, and, above- all- r
the venereal infection. Whatever be its
origin, it is hereditary in Ahe constitution;
deScendhig freini , .par:eitts tsr children,: tun&
the third and fowl' generation;":ihaeedi
seems to be tilt rod of Him who says, "I will
visit the, iniquities of the fathers upon their
children.'; The diseases- it- o tigiluti+P Atakee
various iitimes;' , .:accbitling ,pit; thitOrgaiiii it
attacks, In the lungs, Serofulafprodueew
r tubercles, and fiqally Consumption; in the'
glands, - swellings which -sruppurate and be
come ulcerous sores; in the stomach and
bowels, derangements which produce indi
gestion, dyspepsia; and fiver cernestints ; oil
the ezuptirel and entaireawygittions,
These, all having the same origin, require the
same remedy, viz., purification and invigorss-,
tion of the blood. Purify the blood, and
these dangerous distempers leave_yotr.': With
feeble, foul, or corrupted_ blood, you cannot
have health; with that ' , life of the flesh"
healthy, you cannot have scrofulons diiease.
Ayer's: - Sarsaparillit
Is compounded from the most effectual anti
dotes that medical science has, diScovered for
this: afflieling - diateraper, and. forthe cure of
the disordkrs it entails,' - 'That it is far supe.
rior to any other remedy yet devised, is
known.by all who' have given it a trial. - That
it does combine .virtues truly; eitraordintery
in their effect . upor.this s class of `complaints,
is indisputably proven by the greet multitude
of publicly known and, remarkable cares it
has made of the following! diseaSes : King's
Evil,. or Glandular Swellings, Tumors,
Eruptions, Piniples, Blotches; and Sores,
Ery-ipelask Itose'-'Or StAntitimrS ;/`&e, .
Salt ilbetim, — Staid. Head; Volighil from
tubereulotts deposits in the lAngs, White
,Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, ,-Neuralgia,
Dyspepsia - or- Indigestion; ,sohilit and
Syphilitic Infections, lllarcukha Diseases,
Female Weaknesses. and, indeed, the whole
! series of complaints that arise.froM impurity
of the blood. Mirinte reports !'of individual
cases maybe found in A - ran'i Aximucsyr
AL3IANAC, which is furnished.Ao:the druggists
I for. gratuitous distribution, wherein may be
I learned the directions for its Use, and some
of the remarkable cures which. it. has made
when all other remedies had - failedto afford
relief. Those cases are, purposely taken
1 from all sections of
~ the:. coun . ; in order
that every reader may have acaccess to soma
one who can speak to hiin . of its enefits from
. personal experience. Scrofula. depresses the
vital energies, and , thus leatea'its victims far
more subject to disease - and its fatal results
than are healthy constitutions. Hence ,it
tends to shorten, and does greatly shorten,
the average duration of hurnan life. The
vest 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 under the name of AYER'S
SaasArAnn,r.s., although it..,is ~ eomposed of
ingredients, some of which-exceed - the best
of Sarsaparilla in alterative 'power. - By its
aid you may protect yoUrSelf finin the suffer
ing and' danger of these disorders. Burge
, out the foul corruptions that rot and fester
in the blood, Purge out the causes of disease,
and vigorous health will folloW. By its pecu
liar virtues: this remedy stimulates the vital
functions, and thus expels' the distempers
_within the syston or burst out
on any part of it. -
We know the public have been deceived
by - many compounds of 4,tersaparilla, that
promised much and, did nothing; but they
! will neither be deceived nor disappointed in
Illus. Its virtues have been proven by aburt
-1 dant trial, and there. remains Mo question of
its surpassing! eNeellenee 'flit. Ihe cure of the
afflicting diseases dt 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
! feetnal than any . otheT whit& has - . every Areen
available to them. - '
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This bas been so lone useiNand so nni•
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than assure the public, that its quality is kept
up, to the best Weyer has beenomti tbatit
may be relied.on:to do allitlia*crOific*.::
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