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1 SPECIAL. NOTICES.
Rer•frned Inebriate would be happy to commtt-
Aweate (free of charge) to as many of
'sings tie will addrtais him, very importanthis fellow
BB Information, and place in their hands a sale cure
for the love of Strong Drink of any kind. Tbl. in•
formation is freely offered by one who has narrowly
escaped a drunkard's grave. Addres.,
SETH B. H E'N BERSON,
spr.3.-'sp3m. No. 9, Broad Street, New York.
A CARD TO INVALIDS. -
A Clergyman, while residing in rionth America as
ra i,obluary. discovered a safe and . simple remedy
for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early
Decy, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs,
the .whole train of disorders brougnt on by bane
ful and _Vicious habits. Great numbers have bean
already cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
dealre to benedt the afflicted and unfortunate, 1 will
send the recipe for preparing and using this medicine,
ins sealcfl envelope, to any ono who 1.), , E , 18 it, FREE
or CR VOL Please Inclose a post-paid envelope,
addressed to yourself. Atdress,
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station D, Bi‘sle 'louse,
New York City.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A. Gentleman who suffered fordrs from Nervous
Debltity., Premature Decay, aea all the effects of
youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, and tree to all who need it, the recipe
and directions for making the simple remedy by
which ho was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by
the advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing
JOHN B. 001 , EN,
• No. 13 Chambers St., New liork.--ilyjyB
Lyon's Periodical Drops .
The Great female Remedy for Irreg.
ularitlea. - These drops aro a scientifically com
pounded fluid preparation, and better than any Fills,
Powders or Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is
direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy
and certain specific for the cure of all ob, , tructions and
suppressions of nature. Their popularity is indicated
by the fact that over 100,000 bottles are annually sold
and consumed- by the ladies of the united States,
every one of whom speak in the strongest terms of
praise of their great merits. They are papbily taking
tire place o every other Female Remedy, and are con
sklered by all who knew aught of theln, as the surest
and most infallible preparation. In the world:
ferillie cure of all Female complaints, the removal in
an obstructions of nature, and the promotion of health
regularity and strength. Explicit directions stating
when they sus y be useilmnd explaining when and why
they should not, nor could not be used without pro
ducing effects contrary to nature's chosen laws, will
be found carefully folded around each bottle, with
written signature ofJOHN L. LYON, without which
none are genuine.
prepared by Dr. JOIIN. L. LYON, 195 Chapel.
Street. New Raven, Conn., who can be consulted
either personally or by mail, (enclming stamp.) con
cerning all private diseases mid female weakbessrs.
gold by Di uggists everywhere. Price $1.50 pr But.
C. G. CLARK & CO., .
Vsp General Agit+ for United States and Cattatias
STRANGE, RUT TRUE. •
Every young lady and gentleman in the United
States can hear something much to their advantage
by return. mail (free of charge,) by addressing the
undersigned. Those who have fears of being hum
huge.d oblige by not noticing this card. All
siviecrs will please address their obedient errs ant,
mos. F. CHAP MAN,
831 Broadway, New York.—ilyjy.S.
t'TO CONSULIII' CIVES.
• The advertiser, having been restored to health in
a few weeks by a very shuple remedy, atter having
*ma : era' for several years with a severe lung affection,
and that dread. disease, Consumption—is anxious to
make knuevn to' his fellow-sufferers the, means ..f
cure.' e • :
To All who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
ecription used (free of charge), with the directions
for preparing and using the same, which they will
tind :s. SUR,E CURE !for Consumption.' Asthma,
Drotichetis, Coughs, Colds, and a:I Throat and Lung
Affections. The only object of the Advertiser in
sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted,
and spread information h' rota:elves - to be in
valuable, and he hopes every sufferer wilt try his
remedy, as it will cost, thynt nothing, pad may prove
['sties wishing the presciiption, net s, by return
. malt, will pleasr address
Ray. EDWARD A. WE' 1.50 N,•
Williarnsbargit, Kings Co., New York..—l7vir4
LOVE AND v. ,
Ladies and gentlemen; if you wish to marry, a
dress the undersigned, .who.will send you, without
money and without price, valuible information that
will enable you to marry happily and speedily, irre
spective of age, wealth, or beauty. This information
will cost you nothing, and if you winh to marry, I will
cheerfully assist you. All letters strictly . confidential
Thu desired information sent by return mail, and no
reward asked. Address
SARAH B. LAMBERT,
Sm.spn-not. Greenpoint, Kings CO NeWTork.
Tff4 COl FESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF
Published for the benefit and as a Caution to Young
.Men and others, who stiffer from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay of Manhood, supplying at the
dame time the means of Self-Cire. By one who has
eared himself after undergoing considerable quackery
By encloidng a post-paid addressed,envelope, single
copies, free of charge, may be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., .
lyspJy3o . ' . Brooklyn, Sings Co., N. Y.
Ranhood: how Lost, how Restored
• JUST published, a new edition of Dr CULVER
‘) WELL'S Celebrated Essay on the radical cure
- (withoat medicine) of Spermatorrhoea, or seminal
weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency,
- . Mental and Physical Incapacity. Impediments to
Marriage, etc.; also, Conmmption, Epilepsy, and Fits,
induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance.
war Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay
clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful
practice, that tile alarming Consequences of self.abus'e
may be radically cured without the dangerous use of
internal medicine or the application of the knife—
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple. certain,
and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition may be, may cure himself
cheaply, privately, and radically. '
' This Lecture should be in the halida of every,
youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address,
poet paid, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps..
Address the publishers,.
• C J. C. KLINE & CO.,
12.7.80wery, New York, Post Office box 4 586.
$9O entirely new n a rt. e t T, tu G itt E Z t T . S AA r rese six
O. T. DARE I', City Bullding.Biddeford,
PINGREY'S ELECTROLEUM !
thwAnreertoagir without slam, aTnadr'el&e:cas KID
GLOVES without marring them. Sent, post-paid,
for .59tents per bottle. 1.(4) bottles t25.' 50 bottles, $l5.
• Address, , EY.
• rayl.sln3 liarri.+burg,, Penna.
33.1'141 1 . "1/41:17CE: InALYIN:. I
• An exquisite Impregnation of .dry Spanish Wine I
with the activity of the pal isaya Bark, and the mo-t
oaergetic of all the ferriiginons salts, Citrate of Mag
netic Oxide of Icon. It has a vinous flavor, very,
grateful to the palate. L without chalybeate taste and
will not discollor the teeth.
It excites languid, appetite, gives zest to food,in
pressesdigesn'oi, increases the strength, steadies the
ciroulattion„ 'takes off Muscular flabbiness, removes
the pallor of debility, gives tirrnness and precision to
the actions'of the nervous system, with power to en
dure fatigue and resist disease.
Magnetic Citrate of Iron M new and pectiliar, dlf
feria; from the ordinary, Soluble Citrate, In contain
ing an equivalent of Protoide of Iron, in place of the
Ammonia. II is neutral, 'tasteless, without eatrin-
Lency, as prompt and energetic as the Chloride, and
unlikedhat, induces no local inflammatory action or
Calisyn Bark is pre-eminent , amen g vegetable ton
ics, has no equal as n strengthener or reatorutive, nor
rival as an anti-periodic,
Retails in. hi S b 2 bottles, Quarts S Gallons for
dimPen"ing: G. 5- HUBBELL, Apothecary,
• .11ING11.AM. ESTATE.
Until further notice, the Office of the Estatb in
Coudersport will be open only during Court
weeks; at which time ]lr. Ensworth wilt he there.
He. will also be to Srnethport (Wring the weeks of
(;oast. in McKean County.
Parsons who have business with the Estate are re-
'quested to meet him at hoee time..
Letters on business addrysed to the Office at.Wells
bore', will be prointitiv answered.
Ma -1, 1866. WILLIAM P.. CLYMER.
NORINAL - MUSICAL INSTITUTE.
mo BE HELD 1.1" STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
.Budding, Mansfield, Pa.., during the Summer va
4as/on, commencing about July lst, and continuing
L. 0. Emensos, of Boston, Mtuts.,'Musicai Director.
For particulars, ad.lress the Principal,
d. C. WHITE, ManAehl, Penn.
ittlMillisiratrix , Notice.
'WHEREAS, letters of administration on the estate
' • of LESTER FLING, late of Ulysses township,
E/'ed, have been' granted to the underhigned, notice is
hereby that ail those knowing themselves indebted to
the said estate mu+t make immediate payment, and
theta, having claims against It will present them. for
LOUIS COOK, adtrAni*ltatrix.
ICOUDEMPORT PRICE CURRENT.
Deported every Tuesday by
P. JCL: 11atet11?1,Jamies sts ',CID.,
Dealers in Grocerica and Proididone, ;
Apples, greeti per buebel
" dried; "
Berries, dried, per qusrt,
Buckwheat, per bushel,
Butter, per lb.,
Corn, per busbel,
Corn meal per cwt.,
Egee, per, dozen,.
Flour, extra,: per barrel
flame, per lb:,
Bay, per ton",
honey, per lb.,
Maple Boger; per lb.,
Oats, per built:el,
Pork, pet bbl.,
" in whole hoe, per lb.,
Potatoes, per bushel,
Peaches, dried, per lb.,
Rye, per bushel,
Salt, per bbl
" • sack,
Trout, per Will
White Figh,liter half bbl.,
C—olera, Diarrhoea, Dysentery.
A Cure is Warranted by DR. TOBIAS' cel
ebrated VgNITIAN LINIMENT, if ised When
first taken by persons of temperate habits.—
This medicine has been known in 'the United
States over 20 years. Thousands have used
it, and fouhd it never failed to cure any com
plaint for ivhich it was recommended, and all
those yhcqfirst tried it, are now never with
out it. In the Cholera of 1848, Dr.! Tobias at
tended 40 .oases and lost 4, being c'filled in too
late to do hny good.
DIRECTIONS.--Take a teaspoOnful in a
wine-glasi of water every half hour for two
hours, and rub the abdomen and extremities
well with the Liniment. To allay the thirst
take a lunip of ice in the mouth; about the
size of a Warble every ten minutes.! It is war
ranted perfectly innocent to take !internally.
Sold by Druggists, price 40 and 80 cents.
Depot, 56 courtlandt St., ; New York---15mv1
Dr. Franklin and the South Carolina
A friend relates to u that the Summer before the
war : t the" house of ia hosptable South Carolina
planter, he :was up on' morning with i the sun and
was about tb venture forth on a morning walk, when
he was cheaked by the ;planter at the door.
"You cannot pass, Sir. Tod early."
'“Early td bed and early torts° will Make a man
.healthy and. wealthy and wise"
':Very tide, air; but!a fallacy. Early tieing and
the inlilatiOn,cpon an Fm . pty stomach,of the morning
malaria of this cot:Lary, North and South, hove been
the death ot thousands -4h° death of thousands. sir,
from time of Capt. John Smith to thi day. Wait
till after breakfast, fortify y'ottr stomach with a cup
of hot coffee, and then Moxiou.q vapors of the night
being , exhaled by the sun, we 117111 take a morning
'fßut, my door Colonel,Q nth always fortified with
a wineglass of. TIOSTETTRR'S CELEBRATED
STOMACH BITTERS." • 1
then, air, you May stick to Dr. Franklin.—
Ilostetter's agent at Charleston supplies me,and I am
expert' ng aibox to day' ith my wagon, Those Bit
ters, I find ,are a sure protective against all the fevers
re,ulting from PoctOr Franklin holds good,
sir, even in the wawa of South Carolina, if fortified
with Hostetter's Bitters.
A Single, box oU! BRANDRETH'S PILLS
contains :more vegetable extractive matter
than twenty boxes of any pills in the world
besides; fifty-ftvel hundred physicians use
them in their practine to the exclusion of other
purgatives. The ftrst letter of 'their value
is yet scarcely appreciato. When they are
better known ' sudden death and continued
sickness will be of ',the past. Let those who
know them speak right out in their favor. 1 It
is a.duty which will save life.
Our race is subjeet to a redundancy of
ated bile at this season, and it is as dangerous
as it is prevalent; butlßrandreth's Pills afford
an - invaluable and efficient protection, By
their occasional use we prevent the collection
of those impurities which, when in sufficient
quantities, cause so ninch dabger'to the body's
health. They soon I cure Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Loss ofApPetite,Pain in the Head,
Heart-Burn; Pain in the Breast Bone, Sudden
Faintness aed Coitiveness. Sold by all re
syentable dealers ip Medicine. us.vlsral
IRASONS WHY THE .
Made at WALTHAM, MASS,
IS TUE BEST;
It is made on the best principles. its frame
is composed of SOLID PLATES, NO jar can
interfere with the b*.rmony of its working and
no sudden hock can damage its machinery.
Every piece is made and finished by machinery
(itself famoim for its novelty, as well as for
its effectiveness) land I.§ therefore properly
made. The watch is what all mechanism
should beH-ACCURATE, SIMPLE, STRONG
AND ECONOMICAL. Except:• some high
grades, toe; costly for general' use, foreign
watches are chiefly made by women and boys.
uel watehes arecomposed ofseveral hundred
pieces, sciatved,and riveted together, and re
quire constant repairs to keep ;them in any
kind of mil l er. All persons who have carried
"ancres," "`:opines" and f "English Patent
Levers," are perfectly well aware of the truth
of this stWtement..
At the beginning of our enterprise, mote
than ten years ago, it was our first object to
make a thoroughly good low-priced watch for
the million, to take the place of these foreign
impositiotis—the refuse of foreign factories—
which wer-e entirely unsaleable ,at home and
perfectly worthless everywhere,
How well we have accompliahed this may
be underatood from the fact, that after so
many years of public trial, we now make MORE
THAN HALF 01.' ALL THE WATCHES SOLD
1N THE UNITED STATES,andthat no other 4
!'have ever given such universal satisfaction.
While this department of our business is con
tinued wish increased facilities for perfect
work, we Etre l at present engaged in the man
ufacture 1:of watches of the very HIGHEST
GRADE KNOWN TO CHRONOMETRY, un
equalled py anything hitherto made by oriy
selves, and unsurpassed by anything made in
the word'. per this purpose we have the
-amplest facilities.,We have erected an addition
,to 'our rtniin buildings expressly for this branch
of our binesti, :and have filled it with the
best work'men in our service. New machines
and appliances have been constructed, which
perform their wink with consumate delicacy
and exactness. 1 The choicest and most ap
proved Materials only are used, and we chal
lenge comparison between this grade of our
work and the finest imported' chronometers.
We do not pretend to sell our watches for
lest money than - foreign watches, but we do
assert without fear of contradiction that for
the same money our product is incomparably
superiorit All Our watches,of whatever grade
are full warranted and his warrantee is good
at all tides against - us or our agents in all
parts of the world.
CAUTION.—The public, are cautioned to
buy only of respectable dealers. All persons
selling dounterfeits will be prosecuted.
I HOBE9NS & APPLETON,
ittat. Tay. AMERICAN 'WATCH COMPANY,
I 'lB2 BROADWAYa. Y..
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE I
MILE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of
Coudersport and' .he public in generel, that he
has opened a .
$1 beta 100
2 00 2 50
1 25 35
15 - 20
2 50 300
13 00 14 00
10 00 12 00
1 22 :25
800 10 00
15 ' 2 0
' 20 25
15 I 18
. 600 28 18
: 75 100
, 100. 150
4 75' 500
14 50 550
18 00 900
11 75 200
'8 00 900
One door Leto*
ANDERSON 4- DOOLITTLE'S
HARD WARE STORE,
Where will be found at all times, a Complete Assort
ment, and latest style's of
Our motto Is
Cheap for Cash, Quick Sales,
Small Profits, But One Price.
New Goods receive?Nevery week.
Call and examine our Goods and Prices before going
° I. K. OPP.
June 19.-3 m.
Mir Is your life insured ? Are you in
sured against accidents? Are your;buildings
insured against destructiori by fire? If not,
act tne part of prudence and call, at the JOUR
FAL Office agency and secure policies.
[We advertise In the Porraa Jenastat..l
ANDERSON & DOOLITTLE,
NO. 5, GILLETT'S BLOCK, NEXT DOOR
TO THE BOSTON CLOTHING, HOUSE,
A AE receiving a complete assortment of
SHELF' AND HEAVY
Blacksmith's Tools and Stock,
PLATED WARE, - •
Table and pocket Cutlery,
WHEELER & rdADDEN'S
Mill, Circular, Cross-Cut, and
Rubber and Leather Belting,
Hemp and Rubber Packing.
RON, NAILS, STEEL, GLASS,
3P.41,-MNIX I I3 axxxcl 4=OX:LEIS
Turpentine and Varnishes.
Carriage Trimmings, Saddlery
irdware, Hubs, Spokes,
-7 1 'Z
Of aiLliinds eseented lbe best manner, on reason
able rms. Oar stock comprises everything, in
our line, has been bougbt.'for IMALEOXIE,. 'at
LOW FIGURES,and we are not to be undersold.
Delers supplied sf New York Jobbers
L. 13, ANDERSON,
Wells4ille, N. Y., June 16,186 E-3 mos
Oldest Insurance Company in America;
Cash Capital awl Surplus, over
SEVENTY-ONT Years Successful Business
ExPerience, with a reputation for integrity
and honorable dealing unsurpassed by any
LOSSES PAID since organization, $17,-
509,000.00, Nrith3ut the deduction of a cent,
or a day's delay I
LIBERAL RATES for all the safer classes
of property. Insurance of Dwellings and
Contents, a specialty.
BRICK or STONE '.Dwellings insured per
petually, if desired, on terms of the greatest
economy and safety to the insured.
It is Wisdom and Economy to insure in the
best Companies, and there is none better than
the old Insurance Co. of North
ALLEGANY CO., N.Y
Wellsville, N. Y.
A: L. DOOLITTLE
Vii. W. McALARIVEY
Agent for rotte,•coanly
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THE CORNER STORE FULL 'I
Dres's . o4a.,:Clo'*3oth.Onis.
i ' ,
MAMMOTH STOCK OF
The Proprietors of the. POPULAR CORNR STORE are •
determined to Supply this market with the best quality of
DRY-GOODS, HATS & CAPS, HARDWARE, DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISHES, AND PAMEDICINES.'ICINES
~, F EED & PROTISSO 4 N.
P. A. STEBEiINS & CO.
COUDERSPORT AND SHIPPEN
" . ESSRS. GLASSILIRE WRITE'S daily line
of Stave will leave, Cbodersport. until further
notice, at S o'clock in the morning, arriving in Ship
pen about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and will leave
Shippen on the arrival of the morning train, at 10:30,
arriving in Coudersport about 6 o'clock, P. 11,
Travelers, are refered tO the Time-Table of the Phil ,
adelphia & Erie Railroad; vvAith will be found adver
tised In this paper, for further particulars about the
advantages of this route. • New York passengerswill
SAVE 30 MILES TRAVEL AND 5 HOURS TIME
by taking this route in preference to that of the Erie
Railway. NO CIIA.NOE OP CARS 3EI WEEN
SHIPPFN - AND NEW YORE.. Fine, new, com
fortable wagons and gond teams are kept on the Stage
Route. Packages and Ex - preps husin.os nttended to
With care. - • D. 7. GLASSMIRE,
' MILE . S
3111 LES WHITE, ricprs
Coniterlirport, Pa., Ciet. 9, 1865,
AGENTS Wanted Everywheie
TO CANVASS FOR IRE GMAT BOOK OF 1866.
" Tr= Ego 17r/JEC. ,
A tour of its Battle-fields and Ruined Cities, a Jour
ney thraugh the desolated States, and talks with the
BY J. T. TROWBRIDGE.
From personal übservatio t ia and 'experience during
menthe of Bo them travel.
. . . .
The author has I bad letters of introduction from
men in high standing, to the head of all government
departments In the South, civil and military. What
ever Is known by these men Of the suffering of the past
present condition of things; as well as plans for the
rsture, will be made knoarre,ln this book .. The great
popularity of the anther. arid Intense interest in th..
subject, combine to make this by far the greatest sell
ing book before the public. (while our very liberal in
ducements pr skit a rare chance . for Agents to make
money. For circulars and terms, address the
AMERICAN PUBLISIIING AGELS - CY.
•Jusml iO2 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia'
AdintnistratriV Notice. I .
VirTIEREAS Letters Of Administration qn tne
' Estate of, WM. 8.. SPARKS, late of Sharon
townshLp. deceased, have been g,rauted to the oder
sletted. persons ;indebted •to said estate 4re re
-quested to maku Immediate payment, and those 'lnv
lug Just claim's against i tlie same should present them,
duly Wutherdicated for sttlemitut, to
June 4, 1866. . RACILF.. SPARKS, \adm'x.
An Inventio n of nitre Merit:
:1 Brown • Piteat
• .E t ar • -
TAL TOP, a)
DAMP CHIMNEY, •
'THAT Wilt NOT BREAK ! '
• I 1 BY BEAT, ,
C " i I Burns Up . all gas and smoke,
des. never breaks by putting ons
shade; ; short, and not toP
heavY ;lis easily cleaned by
• i ' rem°ln37 ; a :,. top . ; in fact, the
most par•eCt chimney known
\ . =and is fast superseding all
others where it has been in.
N tro b o
ea tan afford to be
. ... NEW LAMP CHIMNEY CO.,
'~».. 73 Warren St., N. Y.
' • Adimilinitrator's Notice-
AXTEIERICAS Lette of Adninistration on the es-
V tat/ ot MANNiNG, latd of Roulet
townahtp, deceased. have teen gmnted to the un
dersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are
requested lto make irrinwdlste . payment, and those
having just claims against the same should present
them, duly authenticateellfor aettlemeut, to
• GEORGE 'W. MANNING,
• AdminiStrator cnna testament° annex°
- • HO, YE 'HUNGRY! -
MEAT MEAT, FRESH MEAT!!!
MHE undersigned wishes to inform the citizens of
Coudersport and cieinik r y that he him opened a
Meat Market in the hawnient of Glassmire's Store.
where Le id prepared to furnish at all times, Fresh
Beef, Mutton, Vaal, and all other meats in. their
swum. N. J. MILLS, Jr
April 24, '6B.—tf. ' •
EBBII S & Co.
rlers . ,forJ-Pa..tg4in. I
easonable Dress Goods
Would respectfully inform thd citizens of Pot
ter county that he is receiving, weekly, from
New York, supplies of
SHOES, ! •
EARTHEN and CHINA-WARE, Itc., &a.
! He is determiled
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
Highest 'Market Price Paid fix Shingles and an
kinds of Cointry Pirodnee.
Feeling thankful 63r . past favors he hopeg.by
honest and fair dealing to merit a continuance
of the same.
CALL AND TRY THE PRICES !
0210, ,ALFLC-lEElliFirrl=LM - E'l'
;Fine GOld Jewelry,
' ! Solid SilVer WlLrr.
attd Euircrior SILVER PLATED WARES at Re.
duced Pricer.-March 20,1565 3mo.Pa•
STANDARD HISTORY of the WAR
Comntele In One very large volume or over IW9pnc••e
Splendidly Bluetrated with over 150 Fine Por•
traitq of Generctla is ..l3attle Scents, Naps and
In the selection of matter for this rust work the
oath& has to:tithed himselfstrictly to °Mei:A itala
rived from the reports of Northern and Southern
General4,the report of the Cornititteo on the conduct
of the War, National and Rebel A rehives,
He has carefully avoided the introduction of any
Mattel' not strictly fellable anti oillo h , s •-
ceeded In producing,what is universally d••••tria,xl,l l / 4 a
fair and Impartial Illetory of the Wur, The gnat
superiority of this w6rk over allother, is every NV here
acknowledged. Itts marked by a degree nr thoronr%-
nees and acettracji attempted by no cutewpono
Old agents, teachers, energetie cnitnr r‘en and all
in want of profitable erripleymentosbouicl .end A, m ee
for ell tulars,and see why It Wilts fao. , ,rl,l vo heltt.r•
sattsfation than any other History 1404•-:.ed.
• ! .Address, JONES BRoTti 'EMS & CO.,
No. 107 Wrier Street, Pl.ilarlelehiri. ra
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