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boa $o -Retention or Incontinence of Urine, infistann ,
ion Of Ulceration of the Bladder or Bldneys, Diseases of
itie Drostrato Gland, Gravel, Brick Dint Deposits, Dropsy
41 Swellings, orgado Weakricss, Debility, reguale Cola
'FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
improved: ]Bose Wash
win radicarry exterminate frOm the system Diseases aris
ing from flat*: of Dlssipation;at wile expense, little or
chietnee of diet, no in'convenieneo or exposare;
Completely superseding thoselunpfe l aaanf and dangerous
comedies, Copabia and Meretry, in curing these diseases.
• FLUID EXTRACT X3ttCRU
In all Diseases of the Urinary t)rgans, whether existing In
srwor 76211. E, front te!tatever cause originating, and
"to matter of how long standing. Ufa pleasant in Its taste
and odor, IMMED/ATE in action, and more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark or Iron.
Those suffering fr om Broken Dolon or Delicate Canal.
&dims, procure the Remedy at once.
Ihe Reader must be aware that however flight tiny ne
%e attack of the above dise a ses, it Is certain to affect hie
BOdtly„ffealth, Mental Po ere and ffappineee. If no
lirratraent Is submitted to, powiumption or Insanity may
sathe above diseases require the old of a ?Aurae.
HELM BOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
X the Greet DiuretiO. oith„
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unr,riarnor,l3 s s `fir
CoMpound Fluid Extraot Sarsaparilla,
Per purifying the blood, re aootng ail diseases arising from
areas and imprudence inf UM, chronic constitutional dio
rama arising from an Impure state of the blood, and the
only reliable and effectua known remedy for the cede of
Veranda, Ocald flead,'Oal Rheum, Pains and Swelling of
lite' Bones, UlceratiOna of tho 'Throat and Legs, Blotches,
Wimplu on the Pace, 'Nadi, Erysipelas, and all scaly erup•
Kona of the Ain, tad bettn;tlfylng the aoscrunuoa.
p l / 4 N ?It7 r-SS
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'yowl .A. -view
of the worst disorders that afflict mankind arise from the
di Ipruptlon that accumulates in the Blood. Of all the dls.
Merin that have bet made to.. purge It out, none - can
*Mg In effect Malta LOW COMPOUND &271?.407
107 BARU PARIZL.d.t It cleanses and renovates the
lisood, !cattily the vigorl of health Into the eystem, and
gas out the humors which make climber. It stimulates
healthy fulictlons of the body, and expels the disorders
CM grow and rankle in the Blood. Bach a remedy, Chet
Meld be rellod on, bee long been sought for, and now, for
flee diet time, the publlei have one on which they can de.
lilted. Our space here does not . admit of certificates to
lOW be effects but the trial of a single bottle will show to
06 pick that it hag virtibe surpassing anything they bay°
Wear taken: 1 -
'AI Two tablespoonsful of the Extract of Barsaparills, added
ID a pint of water, is eqiusl to the Lisbon Diet Drink, and
CO bottle is equal to a gallon of the Syrup et garlisp wills,
Or the decoction as utuelly made.
4 the above Extracts are prepared en purely sclentifie
Erintipial—in Vacuo—and embody the full strength of
Iditangtedients entering into their composition. A ready
And conclusive test will be a comparison of their proper.
WI with those Oct for tit In the 11, O. Dispensatory.
l i i I
HO IN TO USt I'llg tItt4EDIES,
•1 . InDiseases of the Blood, Ifunslace,
ors on the Or any
e n d every part of Om body, use Extract fiareeparills, ap•
plying to Pimples and l all external ilumors or Ifrupllons
the Improvea Rose Wish.
Use the Extract Iluhis for all diseases requiring the aid
Of a Diuretic, except fhoso of the Urinary Orgar;e, such as
flortorrhcoa and Close; In these , use the Extract Duda
end lopet with the Disproved Itosofrash•
VEY" TVESIS EXTRACTS DAVE DEEM ADMITTED
S'D USE IN TEE UItTED STATER ARMY, end also are
wevery general e Ml the STATE 1109P1TALS AND
lUDLIO INSTITUTIONS throughoue the land, as well as
In pulsate practico s i and are cousgiered as Invaluable
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS.
1 Dlre . el lettora to— I
lIVIAIDOLD'S DRUG & CHIEHIOAL WAREHOUSE,
594 Broadway, IV. Y., next Metropolitan Hotel,
trEIMOLD'S bIRDICIAL DEPOT,
($4 South Tenth St., Assembly Build's, Phila.
Describe Symptoms in, alt Cofnmunkationf.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. EVERYWHERE.
JEARD FROM AGAIN ! ! !
ANOTHER UNION ;VICTORY
D.EANY DECLINE IN GOODS
P. A. STEBBI;
Arc now receiving a
purchased elite° the Leaiy, decline and
during the recent panic in Now York:
DELAINT I S,
Full stock 6:f lylq's
BOWO & SHOES,
HATS 4' CAPS,
&c., &c., PLC
Drugs and Fancy :Articles
Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, IWhito Lead in
Tin Cans,Alcoliol, Carnelian°, gerosene,Lamp
and Lamp FiMures, Glass, Patent Medicines,
Chemicals, Hotanical Herbs, POrfumery,Fancy.
Soap and Toilet articles, IGum, Hair, Ivory
and Wooden Combs, Pomades and Colognes..
and a fine assortment of Flavoring Extraets,
Pens, Ink and Paper, and Linseed 011=raw
and boiled, ' '
Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Hair, hat, Paint, Varnish
and 'Artist Hrushe3
allowg sroCE of
Teas;Sugars, Choice Syrup, Good 'Rio Coffee,
Westllndil and Dandelion i 'area!, Rice, Corn
Starch, Farina, Cocoa, Zre., I
ALWAYS Oh? HAND.
,;. .:. • ...
Pi A4TEBBINO •St.Co,
Ccirner Main and Second Streets
s . i'oNlers?ort, Apr, 10,1865
FRIENDS AND CTSTONERS •
1 return' you
my sincere thanks for your liberal patronage,
for the past few years, and would say to you
that I have located myself at; Wellsville,
N.'Y., and may hereafter be found at the
NEW YORii STORE
(flaying bought out the Store formerly occu
pied by Geo. Asher), L shall continue to
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
in both of the above Stores, and hope to tee
all of my old friends and customers, as they
are in want of Goods, and will try to sell
them low enough to pay them for coming.
We are now selling the best PRINTS from
12 to 'LS cents.
Ex;tra GINGHAM from-1.5 to 25 corttO.
Good SIIEETINGS froin 12 to 25 cents.
S & Co,,
TICKS; DEN BIS, STRIPES, and all otiie
Goods in proportion.
car and complete
Good suits for $lO to $l5 and Extra fine
suits in proportion: And as I have an over
stock of Clothing I will sell at Whote
sale 15 per cent. less than the same an
be bought in New York , .
BOOTS & SHOES,-
ioods ! !
SHAVI:LS ) CLOAKS,
ti reduced prices.
RICH DRESS SILKS,
and all other styles of Ladies' Dress Goods
very low. ;
Hoping to receive an early call, I remain
Wellsville, N. Y., March 25, 1865.
P.A. STEBBINS & Co . 1
Paying the highest price in ;• •
CASH for .
50,000 POUNDS WANTED
Coudersport, June 28, 1861.
WELLSBORO & COUDERSPORT
THEstages on the Welisboro and Cou
dersport Line will leave Wellsboro every
Monday and . Thursday at 2 o'clock P. 31,
arriving at Coudersport on Tuesday and Fri-
day respectively. Leaves Coudersport every
Wednesday, arriving in Wellsboro on Thurs..
day at 12 o'clock M., and leaving Couders
port on Saturday, arrives in Wellsboro on
Monday at 12 o'cloce M.
. This Route has lately changed proprietors,
and the undersigned is determined to keep it
in good Order both with respect to teams and
drivers. Ample accommodations for trav
elers at Vermilyeas. HENRY CROFUT.
Gaines, Aug. 2, 1865.—pmpd
Tice GrovesteenPlnno Fortel
JL still retains its precedence and great pop
ularity, and after undergoing gradual ha
provements for a period of thirty years, is now
pronounced by the musical world to be un
surpassed and even unequaled in ichne 6 ss,
voluble and putity of tone, durability and
cheapness. Our new scale, French, action,,
harp pedal; iron frame t over-strung bass,.
seven octavo, rosewood planes We are selling
theaper by from $lOO to $2OO than the same
style and finish are sold by any other first
class makers ia the country. Dealers and
all in want of good pianos are invited to send
for our Descriptive Catalogue, which contains
photographs of our different-styles, together
with prices. No one should purchase a pi
ano without seeing the Catalogue. Medals,
almost without number, have -been awarded
to the Grovesteen Piano, and at, the &ele
brated Weald's Fair, though put in competition
with others from all parts of Europe and the
United States, it took the highest award. _
NURSE, & SPY.
The most interesting \ and exciting hook
ever published, embracing the adventures of
s• woman in the Union army as Nurse, Scout
and Spy, giuing a most vivid inner picture
of the war.
Teachers, ladies, energetic yoUng men,and
especially returned and disabled (soldiers in
want of profitable employment, will find it
peculiarly adapted to their condition. We
have agents clearing $l5O per month, which
we will prove to any doubting applicant.—
Send for circulars. lt,ddress
JONES, BROS. l& CO,,
E, comer find Minor streets;
RATS & CAPS,
lEstablisher.llB3s.l GROVESTEEN CO.,
49d Broadway, Now York
No 4SI Broadway, New York.
PIANOS, MELODEONS, CABS ET OR
GANS, SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS,
and all kinds . of Musical instruments and
Musical Merchandise, at the LOWEST RATES,
wholesale and retail. Second hand Pianos
and Melodeons at GREAT DAEGAIIiS. Prices,
$60,'575, $lOO, $125,,,5150,5175, $2OO, and
$225. New 7 octave Pianos for $250 and
upwards. Pianos and Melodeons to let, and
rent allowed if purchased. Monthly pay
ments received for the same.
The Horace Waters' Pianos and Melodeons
are as Fine and Durable Instruments as are
made. Warranted Air five years. Price
greatly reduced for Cash.
The Horace Waters' Pianos are known as
among the very beit.—ff. Y. Evangelist.
We can speak of the merits of the Horace
Wateri Pianos from personal knowledge. as
being of the t'ery best quality.—Christian
intelligencer. , , •
The Horace Waters Pianos are built of the
best and most thoroughly seasoned material.
Waters' Pianos and Melodeons challenge
comparison with the finest made anywhere
in the country.—llome Journal:
Horace Waters' Piano Fortes are of full,
rich and even tone, and powerfuli—New
York Musical Review,
Our friends will find at Mr. Waters' store
the very best assortment of Music and of
Pianos to be found.in the United States.—
The Iforace.Waters' Pianos are of superior
tone and elegant finish.—New York Christian
Schedule of prices of Instruments and Cat
alogues of Sheet Music and any Music pub
lished in the United .States, MAILED FREE. '
Sheet Music, a little soiled, ad 14.cenis per
Sabbath Sellool, and other Books, publish
ed by Horace Waters.
Sabbath School Bell, NO. 1.
Sabbath School Bell, No. 2.
• The Diadem.
Paper Corers, $3 per doz ; Board, 43,60;
Cloth Embossed Gilt, $4,20.
BELLS, Nos. 1 and 2 in One Volume, SG,GO
per dozen. Cloth Embossed Gilt, $7,50
DAY SCHOOL BELL, for Public Schools and
Seminaries, Paper Covers, $3,60 per dozen;
Board Covers 0,20; Cloth, $4,80. •
THE CHRISTIAN MELODIST,_
A new Rer4ral Hymn and Tune Book. Price
$:--; per dos: Board, $3,60..
Manufactory and Ware-rooms, 481, Broad
way, New York.
NEW SKIRT FOR 1865-6.
THE GREAT INVENTION OF AGE IN
J. N. Bradley's New Patent Duplex
Lliptic (or double) Spring Skirt.
This invention consists of Duple (or two)
Eliptic Pure Relined Steel Springs, ingeni=
ously braided tightly and firmly . together,
edge to,edge, making the toughest,lmost flex
ible; elastic . and Durable Spring ever used:
seldom BEND or BREAK. like the Single'
Springs, and consequently preservei their per
fect end, beautiful shape more than twice as,!
long; as any Single Spring Skirt' that ever !
has or can be made.
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort
and pleasure to any Ladv wearing !the Du
plex, Elliptic Skirt will be experienbed partic
ularly in all crowded Assembli4s, Operas,
Carriages, Railroad Cars, Church Pews, Arm
Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress, as
the Skirt can be folded when in lilac to occu
py a small place as easily and cenveniently,
as a silk or muslin dress.
A Lady having enjoyed the pleasure, coin
fort!and great convenience of wearing the
DuPlex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt, for .it sin
gle iday will never afterwards willingly .dis
pense with their use. For Children, Misses
and Young ladies they aro superior to all
The Hoops are covered with 2 ply twisted
thread and will wear 'twice as long as the
Single yarn covering which is hsed on
Sittle Steel Hoop Skirts. The tare° bottom
eods on every Skirt arc also Thuble Steel,
and twice or double covered to prevent the
covering wearing oil' the rods when dragging
down stairs, stone steps, &c., which they
are constantly subject to when r use.
All dre made of the new and elegant Cord
edlapes, and are the best quality in every
part,, giving to the wearer the most graceful
and perfect Shape possible, and aro •anques
ticinably the lightest, most de4rable, com
fortable and economical Skirt ever made.
\VESTS', 'BRADLEY & CAREY, Proforiet
ors of the Invention, and sole Maanfacturers, -
97 Chambers, end ifi & 81 Rondo Streets,
For sale' in all first-class Stores in this'
City, - and throughout the United States and
Canada, Havana de' Cuba, Mexico, South
America, and the West Indies.
)3,9, fnqujrel for the Duplex Elliptic (or
double) Spring,!Skirt. • A. 6- C.
TIMLADELPHIA& ECTE 'RAILROAD.—
This great) line traverses 'the. Northern
and Northwest i counties of Pennsylvania to'
the city of Erie on Labe Erie:
It has neon leased by the Pennsylvania Rail
Road Company; and tinier their .auspices is
being rapidly opened throughout its entire
.Itlis now in Ilse for Passenger and Freight
bus4iess front Harrisburg to St. Mary's (216
Tulles) on thel Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erie, (78 miles) on the Western
TIME OF PASSENGFit TRAINS AT E3IPORIOM :I
Through Mail Train
Through Mail Train 10 78 A. M.
-Cars run through wrruour CHANGE both
ways between Philadelphia and Lock Haven
and between Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Express Trains
bah ways between Williamsport and Balti
more, and Williamsport and Philadelphia.
For information respecting Passenger busi.
ness apply at the S. E. Cor. 12th and Market
And for Freight business of the Company's
S. B. 'Kingston, Jr., Cor, 13th and Market
J. W. Reynolds Erie. ' • • .
William Brown, Agent N.C.R.E. Baltimore.
IL E. llonsTmkr )
den'l Freight Age. Z'hd'a.
Lpwis L. Hoorn', •
Gcril Ticket Agt.
acA7 Mana„qty, fra/ianiz•pg!t
"Eighteen years established in N.Y. City."
"Ony infaliible remedy known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not,dangerous to, the human Famili."
"Eats come oat of their holes to die."
"COSTAR'S" RAT, ROACti, LC., EXTER'S.
Is a paste—used for Rate,
i Nice,' Roaches, L'lack and
Red Ants, 4-e.
"COSTATV BED-BUG EXTERMINATOR,
I Is a liquid or wash, used to
destroy, and also as e pre
, ventive for Bed-Bugs, &c.
;I , „
"COSTARS - ELECTRIC POWDER FOR
Is for Aftths, HosguitoeS.
; Fleas, Bed-Dugs, InSecla on
i Planta, Fowls, Animals,
* * '*Sold • by all Druggists and Retailers
*e ; Il I BEWARE of all worthless
See that "CoSTAti's" name is on each
Box Rattle, and Flask, before you bay.
lIENRY R. COSTAR.
PruNowaz. DEPOT, 482 Broadsay, N. Y.
M.Solti by all Druggists and Dealers in
CO DDERSPoRT, Pa.
1, ; 1865.
INCREASE OF RATS.—The Farmer's Ga.',
zetta(Fng,lish) asserts and proves by figures
that one pair of rate will-have a progany and
'descendants no less than 611,050. in three
years, Now, unless this immense family can
be kept down, they would consume more food
than would sustain 0. ' 0,00 human beings.
- pirSee "Costarrs"i adv't in this paper.
RATS versus BlRDS.4—Wliqever engages in
Shooting small birds is a cruel man ; whoever
iidg in exterminating rats is a benefactor.
We, should like some of our correspondents I
to give us the benefit ° Of their experience in
driving out these pests:; We need something
besides dogs, cats,.'ard,traps for this business.
—Scientific American, N. Y.
Sce "Costar's, adv 9 • t this paper.
!'COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
simple, safe, and sure,i—the most perfect
RAT-ification meeting wd have ever attended.
Every Rat that can get it, properly prepared
according to direetionS, will eat-it, and every
one' that - eats it will die, generally at some
place as distant as pOssible from where the
medicine was takeMLake Shore, hued.,
,See "Costar'sy ariv't in tins paper,
A VOICE. FROM THE EAR WEST.—
Speaking of "Costar's" Rat, Roach, Ant, & - c.,
Exterminator—"tuord grain and provisions
are' destroyed annually in Grant County by
Terrnin than would pay for tuns of this .. .tat
and Insect Killer."‘:--Lancaster, Wis., Herald.
te 6 .Seo "Costar's" adv't in this paper..
rieirooto n. uoupEttsPora, Pa., b all
• OPECILL Asrounsvzsr. ) •
E ilt ' 'EL •T. ANTHONY '& • CO:
;iLt9cLufacturers , of EhotographiC • Materials,
• WUOLZBAL AND DETAIL,
i5Ol BROADWAY, N. Y.'.
Tnnitlltlon to nor Main bosinonn of InfOTOORATIftd . I.IA
TEItIALS, aro nro 1-lintdquort ere for the following, -
STEREOSCOPES St §TEREOSCOPIC • 171EIVP
Of thous No Its, an Inlmaniu;sl.ol.ll.llt, Including IVMI . I. 5C11.13
Amor/can and Foreign lit he 1014 i L414 1 / 4 4.11,4, Orouito, Statuary
etc, et. Moo, Root, lag Slitrroscupo,, fur public or privato ex
Our Catologuo wttt ?Jo bout to uuy sagieba au nxolv.
Nro wen, the first to introduce th.wo Into the Untied Stat.,
and wo unitiefacturo hnmeuto quail nth great variety,
leg In prim form 51 cont. to' .150 each. • Our Af. 11 UMS haro CIO
reputation of !ming superior to Nista , : and durability to toy
' otters. They will be sort by mail: If ICES, on receipt of price.
L-4r 81NE ALBUMS MADE. TO 011.DER..in •
CARD' PIIOTOP APIIS.
Our Catalogue new embraces over FIVE THOL'SAND differ
ent subjects, to which additions aro constantly being made, of
• Portraits of Eminent Atncricanu ,etc„ viz: about
100 Major-Generals, . 100 Lieut. Coloncla,-4550 Statesmen, •
250 Other . Officers, 130 Divines,
275 Colonels, . 75 Navy 00Icors,' 125 Author!,
40 Artists, !195 Stage, Prominent Women.
8,000 Cortes of Works of Art,
Including reproduction* of the most . celebrated Ekravingii,
ng.thilor, Cotalogrivi sent on receipt Of Stamp.
An order for One Doran Ptcrunxit front our Catalogue will lon
Ailed on tho receipt of a 1,011, and Kent by mail, rasa,
l'hotoFrapliere and others ordering gotda C. O. D., will pleura
retett tisenty-tire per cont. of the amount with their order.
• Vir Who prices and quality of our goods cannot fall to estlsfy.
&Wert , roast .diduste An' 10 Picture/, 15 Conte; for 04
Pidares, 41.00. •
.A T •
H. J. OLMSTED'S
TORE can always be . found the best o
0 Cooking, BOx and Parlor
S T 10 V E S
Also, TIN an &SHEET -IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. Also, ;
such as PLOWS,. SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES)
DOG-POWERS, .scc. •
is well mad° and the material good.; Good
and substantial lii.AVES-T11.017G HS put up in
any part of the County—Terrns easy. !Ready
Pay of all kinds, including, Cash, Seldom
refused. • '
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudbrsport. . Aug: 1, 1863.:,'-50
Dr. A. FRENCI - Vg
CELEBRATED, TONIC BATTERS
A RE becoming the most popular . Mcdicine
in circulation for We cure of ,
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, .T.AUN
DICE, DEBISITY ;OF THE , NERVOUS
SYSTEM, and IVEAFNESS of the
STOEACH and. DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
It is also gaining a great reputation in the
Principal Ofticei Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa.
3 40" P. 31
WAGON SHOP !
THEsubscriber having located in Lewis
ville is prdpa.red to n do all kinds of work
in his line, on short., line and in the-begt
Making and Repairing
of all kinds.' I am enabled by the aid of ma
chinery to do work in the wagon-line better
and cheaper than
. aoF other establishment in
the county. I 'am also prepared to -make
COFFINS. • EDSON .111-DE.
Ulysses, Penn'rt, Dec. 1, 1864
Gic p. , -- , JONES' CLERK"—says Le car
j.:4 "bnlt the 1/4sci'iseLliir,
• - .•
;,5%..`` s saa a Roa7M s onto Man=
Beroftda and Scrofakina
From Emery Edo, a welt-known merchant of Or.
"I have sold large quantities of pur Samar,-
'LIMA, but never yet one bottle which failed 0 the
desired effect and fall satisfactiontothoim who took
it. As fast as our people try it; they agree there-ha.
hem ne),,rnedicine like it before in our community."
laruptions, Pimples, Blotches, Pustules,
cers, Sores, end nu Diseases of the Skirl.
, From Rev. Robt. Stratton, Bristol, England. •
1, I only do my duty to you' and the public, when
I add my testimony to that you publish of the me
dicinal virtues of your SARSAPARILLA. My daugh.
ter, aged ten, had an afflicting humor in her ears,
eyes, and hair for years, which we were unable to
cure until we, tried your SARSAPARILLA. She has
been well for some months." -
From Mrs. Jane F,. Rke, a well-7.-runen and much
esteemedlad lady of Dennisville, Cape May Co., N. J.
4, My daughter has suffered for a year.past with a
scrofulous eruption, which was very troublesome.
Nothing, afforded an relief until we tried your
SARSAPARILLA, which soon completely cured her."
Prom Charles P. Gage, Esq., of the wide/y.4=nm
Gage, Murray 4 , Co., manufacturers of enamelled
papers in Nashua, N. E.
had for several years a very trOtibleSOMO
humor in my face, which grew constantly worse
until it disfigured my features and because an intol
erable affliction. I tried almost every thing a maa
could of both advice and medicine, but without any
relief whatever, until I took your SAUSARARILLA.
It immediately made my face worse, as you told me
it might for a time; but' in a few weeks the new
skin began to form under the blotches> and con
tinued until my face is 'as smooth as anybody's,
and I am without any symptoms of the disease that
.1 know of. I enjoy perfect health, and without A
doubt owe it to your SARS.irAtULLA.7
Erysipelas-General Debility—Fpurilr tho
From Dr. 'Robe. gamin, Houston St, New York.
"DR. AYF.R. I seldom fail to remove Eruptions
and Scrofulous Sores bythe . persevering use of your
and I have Just now Cured an attack
of Malignant Enisipelas with it No alterative we
possess equals the . SAUSAPS.WILLA. you have sap.
plied to the profession as well as to the people."
From J. E. Johnston ' Esq., Wakeman, Ohio.
For twelve years, I had the yellow Erysipelas
On my right arm, during which time I tried all the
celebrated physicians I could reach and took h
dreds of dollars worth of medici nes.. ' The ulcers i ! -
were so bad that the cords became yisible, and the
doctors decided that my arm must be amputated. I
began taking your §.l.P.S.irAntur.A. Took two boi
-1 ties; and seine of your PILLS. Together they have
cured me. lam now as well and sound as any body.
Being, in a public place, my ease is known to every
body in this community, and excites the wonder of..
From Hon. Henry Monro, M. P. P., of Newaastle,
C. W., a lending member of the Canadian Partia-
I have used your SAnsArAnzrz.A. in my family,
for general debility, and for purilging the bleed,
with very beneficial results, and feel confidelite lB
counacnaing it to 'the afflicted."
St. Anthony's Fire, Bose, sat mai.,
Scald Head, Sore Eyes.
From Harvey Staler, Eeq., the able editor of the
Tunkhannock Democrat, Pennsylvania.
• 6, Our only child, about three years of age, was
attacked by pimples on his forehead. They rapidly
spread until they formed a loathsome and virulent
sore, which covered his face, and actually blinded
his eyes for some days. A skilful physician applied
nitrate of silver and other remedies, without any
apparent effect. For fifteen days WO. guarded his
hands, lest with them lie should tear open the fee
-1 tering and corrupt wound which covered his whole
face. Having tried every thing else we bad any
hope from, we begun giving your S.UISAPARILLA,
and applying the iodate of potash lotion, as
. you •
I direct. The sore began to heal when we had gives
the first bottle, and was well when we bad finished
the second. The child's eyelashes;which had come
out, grew again, and he is now as healthy and fair
as any other. The whole neighborhood predicted
that the child must die."
Syphilis sad Mercurial Disease. .
• From Dr. 'Bram Sleet, of St. Louis, Missouri.
I find your SAILSAPARILIA a more effectual
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The profession are indebted to you for some of viii
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From A. J. .French, dl D., an eminent physician of
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6 , DI:. Arcs. My dear Sir: I have found our
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ful alterative is required."
Mr. Chas. S. Tan Lime, of .Yew Brunswick, N.J.,
had dreadful ulcers on his legs, caused by the abuse
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fortyiseas which grew mare
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in spite of every
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persevering use of AYlue's SAIISAPARILLA relieved
him. Few cases can be found snore inveterate and
distressing than this, and it took several dozen
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Leueorrhcea, Whites, remain Weakness,
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From the well-,(norms and scidely-celebrated Dr.
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I have found your SARSAPARILLA an excellent
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A lady, unwilling to allow Ow publication of ha
3fy daughter and myself have been cared of a
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Rheumatism Gout, Liver Complaint, Dye..
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Lowell, Mass.., and sold by
Sold by C. S. &E. A.. Jones Coudersport.
Chappel Bros., Ulysses. l
C. 11. Shnmoes, Oswayo.
' Maim & Nichols, Millport. . .
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GM: MANTA ; Potter Co., Aug: 1, 18G3 r .:-:
%TOTICE is hereby given that Charles .Pa
-111 sbor, now or late.of this county, holding
the following described property, has not yet
paid any consideration whatever fcr the seine,
and all persons arc hereby warned not to pur-=
chase any of said property of the said Basher
before the decision of the Court is given in
this case and C. Busher has paid to =elite
consideration money theOfor.
. The following is the property :
Ist. A certain tract of land near the Gin.
mania Mill, in \warrant 50'5, Abbott township,
Potter county, Pa., conining 100 acres.—
Also 25 acres in warrant 5075 and adjoining
2nd. A ccrtrin tract Ofland, with inland
improvements thereon, near. Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5319, in Stewartson township, Potter
county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
Busher holds also in trust warrant no.
2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Ps.,
n the road leading, from Germania to Gaines,
containing S5O acres.
Latest from Sherman !
OSIN 4; T.lll, from North Carolina, for
t) sale by 1 STEBBINS
13 A. STEIMINS & CO. are closing np sit
_L' . old Ltdgcr. AlI persons indebted to
LE:ym c: iii p!i'd.trt (all and settle, before the
IC 2 . ; V!: th proper .officer 1 4.