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Ficture tor ttuoss-work Farm
ers.
We havo some farmers in this county
Vio are described in the following ex
tract from a communication in Wil&e's
Sju'ril f/f the Times —v/e think too n any
them. 1 four-farmers generally would
f ioi mor: systematically, they would
soon estabhh the fact that Potter county
ja ,ds are as good as the best of them. Be
mbsemng systematic, aud you will
toon be able to disown fhe following por
trait :
" There is no doubt but farming is like
house keeping,or school-teaching, or man
ufacturing—it requires a regular system,
wltU.ui which it cannot be well done. A
and loss at all the ends and corners
is the result where system is wanting —a
w.'bte the extent of which is seldom im
agined by the unconscious sufferers of the
Iss For instance, there is a waste in
tim , is uot a little ; a waste in ma
teii.il, which is much; aud lastly, a watte
in j r.-duoe, "which is very great.
'' It is up uncommon thing for me tc
p.eCt *hh farmers who do everything by
guess, or at random. Upon their farms
there may be several kinds of soil, yet
they j low all alike, even for different;
Ciops. As soon as aii things are made
i niv, iu their estimation, they sow, re
g. rdiess of season, soil pr weather. They
bar? not even measured the size of their
f rmv but they say they "guess there are!
rh .yt so many acres," and consequently |
when they sow they must guess at the:
quantity of seed thrown out; in fact many j
ni thcui do not take the trouble to guess j
very U,JUGU about it, but just throw out
hsudful a fur handful of seed, and let
chain e take care of the rest. The}* have
fi) system of rotation of crops j no thought
aboilt saving manures ; no way of drain
ing nor order feeding. All goes by
"lance, guesswork, or at random. The
r ad is as good a cow-yard and pastures
us they want; the door yard makes an ex
r.-ilent hog-pec, and a rail fen.cn is even
t -'tler than a gate, for they can leap oyer
if, and thus save the trouble of opening
and chasing. Their fowls are true repub
licans, enjoying all the privileges of a tree
country, by going where they like and
doing what they like, no matter how great
k waste may he the consequence. Their
tools, carriages, and harness are all out
in the weather, but what of that? they
are out of order anyhow, and it wiil he
time enough to think of sheltering them
aiV.r thoy are repaired. Their feupes are
la.:t going to ruin, but let them g. ; they
war? built in the wrong time of the moon,
r 4 t would be all labor wasted to try to
sc.?* them. They must go down, and the
sooner the better; then they wiil build
new ones in the proper season. Fcnce
corcers and head-lands are thickly grow
ing up with briars, but it is hardly worth
vrhi'e to remove them, for they would
only come again, besides they wiil assist
the crazy old fence in turning the out-
F'opk. And so it goes. Orchards un
true toed ; gardens neglected ; weeds grow
i'-g; or<>ps fading or being destroyed;
si ek dying; tools breaking; family get
ti'-g sick ; expenses multiplying; profits
dmiii.iahing; spirits flagging; home be
coming unhappy, and country going tc
ruiu."
Hintg to lloqsetTircs.
Vessel* intended to contain liquor of s
higher temperature than the surrounding
medium, aqd to keep that liquid as long
ss possible at the highest temperature,
should be constructed of materials which
are the worst radiators of heat. Thus,
tea urns and tea pots are best adapted foi
their purpose wheu constructed of j ol
ished metal, anci worst when constructed
of black porcelain. A black porcelain
tea pot is the worst conceivable material
f.r that vessel, for both its materials and
c -lor are good radiators of heat, and the
liquid coutained iu it cools with the
greatest possible rapidity. On the other
htftrf, a bright metal tea-pot is best adapt
r.i for the purpose, hecause it is the worst
rr-olutor of heat, aud therefore coo's a*
slowly as possible. A polished silver or
brass tea urn is better adapted to retain
the heat of the water, than one of a dull
brqwu color, such as is most commonly
u-cd. A tin kettle retains the heat ol
wafer boiled iu it more effectually if it be
Lepi eieau aud polished, than if it be al
lowed to collect the smoke and soot ti
which it is exposed from the action of tne
fire. Wlicu coated with this, its surface
becomes rough and blasl", and is a pow
i ful laduitcr of heat. A set of polished
MC irons may remain for a long time iu
fruut of a hot lire, without receiving from
it any increase of temperature beyond that
of the chamber, because the heat radia
ted hy the tire is ajl reflected by the pol
ished surface of the irons, and none of it
absoibed; hut if a set of rough uupol
iahed irons were similarly placed, they
wouid become speedily so hot, that they
could not bo used without ineourenience.
The polish of the fire irons is, therefore,
pop merely a matter of ornament, but of
us* and convenience. The rough, unpol
ished poker, sometimes used in a kitchen,
'uecomas speedily so hot that it can not
be held without pain. A close stove, in
fj-.idfd to warm apartments, should not
liuve a polished surface, for in that case
it is one of the worst radiators of heat,
*ud nothing could be contrived less fit
for the purpose to which it is applied,
On the other hand, a rough, unpolished
surface ol cast irou, is favorable to radi
ation, and a fire in suoh a stove will al
w iy* produce a most powerful effect.—
I'r. I.ardntr on Heat.
HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTEKS.
IT is a fact that, at some period, every mem
i her of yhe human family is subject to disease
:01 disturbance of the bodily functions; but.
with the aid of a good tonic and the exercise
of good common sense, they may be able so to
regulate the system as to secure permanent
j ln order to accomplish this desired
! object, the true course to pursue i 3 certainly
l that which will produce a natural state of
things at the least hazard of vital strength and
(life. For this purpose, Dr. Hostetter has in
troduced to this country a preparation bearing
! his name, wuich is not a new medicine, but one
that has been tried for years, giving satisfac
j tion to nil who have used it. The Bitters
operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels,
and liver, restoring them to a healthy and
! vigorous action, and thus, by the simple pro-
I cess of strengthening nature, enables the sys
] tejji to .triumph over disease.
For the euro of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nau
sea, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, or any Bii
; ions Complaints, aristngfrom a morbid inaction
j Stomach or Bowels, producing Cramps,
' Dysentery, Colic, Cholera, Morbus, &c., these
Bitters have no equal.
Diarrhoea, dysentery a? flux, so generally
con traded by new settlers, apd caused prin
| cipally by the change of water and diet will
| be speedily regulated by a brief use of this
I preparation. Dyspepsia, a disease which is
probably more prevalent, in ail its various
forms, than any other, and the cause of which
rpaj always be attributed to derangements of
the digestive organs, can be cured without
fail by- using- HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT
TERS, as per directions on the bottle. For
this disease every physician will recoiamfhu
Bitters of some kind ; then why not use an ar
ticle known to be infallible ? All nations havo
their Bitters, as a preventive of disease and!
strengthener of the system in general; ami'!
among them all there is not to be found a more '
healthy people than the Germans, from whom
this preparation emanated, based upon scien
tific experiments which have tended to prove }
the value of this great preparation iu the scale J
of medical science.
I Fiivga AND AGGK.—This trying and provok
ing di.--ca.-se, yrhicli fixes its relentless grasp on
I the body cf man.reducing him to a mere shadow
in a short time, and rendering him physieally
und mentally useless, can be driven from the
body* by the use of HOSTETTER'S RENOWN
ED BITTERS. Further, none cf the above
stated direasea can be contracted, even in ex
posed situa'ions, if the Bitters are used as per
directions. And as they neither create nausea
nor offend the palate, and render unnecessary
any change of diet or interruption of ordinary
pursuits, but promote sound sleep and healthy
digestion, the complaint is removed a speed
ily as is consistent with the production of a
thorough and permanent cure.
For Persons in Advanced Fears, who are suf
fering from an enfeebled constitution nud in
firm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a
restorative of strength and vigor, and need
only be tried to be appreciated. And to a
mother while nursing these Bitters are indis
peusublc, especially where the mother's nour- j
tshment is inadequate to the demands ef the i
child, consequently her strength mu.-t yield, i
and here it is where a good tonic, such as
Uostetter's Stomach Bitters, is needed to im- j
part temporary strength auu vigor to the sys- ;
tem. Ladies should by ail oiean3 try this |
remedy for all cases of qebiiMy, and, before so
doing, should ask their physician 1 , who,- if hej
is acquainted with the virtue of the Bitters,)
will recommend their use in all cases of weak-!
uesa.
Caution.—Weeaufion tliepublic against ;
using any of the many imitations or counter- j
cit3, but ask for HOSTKTTKR'S CKLKBRATKD J
STOMACH BITTEKS, and see that each bottie baa J
the words '• Dr. J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters" j
blown on the side of the bottle, and stamped!
!
on the metallic cap covering the cork, and ob-1
serve that our autopraph signature is ou the
label.
OP Prepared and sold by R33TETTER &
SMITH. Pittsburgh, Pa , and sold by all druggists, '
grocers, and dealers generally throughout the
United States, Canada South America, and Ger
many.
SMITIf .4 JONES, Coudersport. r-,
A. CUREY k SON. Ulysses. f
H. LYMAN" A CO., Roulet.
POWELL k OHAPIN, llidgeway. el
LUCIUS WILCOX. Buena Vista. d
TA KE NOTTCE !~
I F yon want to get your Watch- j
.es or Clocks put in good run- J V
ning order, take them to DAYTON'S. You
will find him on hand to do your work otf
short notice, and in a workmanlike manner, at
No. 2, PIKENIX BLOCK,
opposite Parmelee's Drug and Book Store. j
Jewelry neatly repaired, and work done ou j
short notice, cheap for cash.
JOHN B. DAYTON
Wcllsvllle, April 17, 185 J. 40-6 mo.
NEW STOCK.
OF
JUST RECEIVED RY *|
C. 11. SIMMONS,
in Oswayo.
Eow Prices
AND
FAVORABLE TERMS
TO
Cathan.fi Short-TSme Buyers.
I AM NOW RECEIVING my FaTTaud Winter
Stock, which embraces everything usually
kept by a Country Merchant—
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARD-WARE,
ROOTS £ SHOES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
HATS 4* CAPS,
CROCKERY, Ac,,
all of which will be sold at low figures far
! c&sh or approved credit,
J GOOD TEAS FOR 45 CENTS,
j Ladies' Fins Congress and other Gaiters, from TS
cis, to $l,OO.
MENS STOGA BOOTS, $2,50
" CALF " 3,65
FINE DE LAINES, 20
GOOD LAWNS, 12*
; and all other goods in proportion, for Ready
Pay of most kinds,
jpaf Cash paid far GOOD LUMP.BR.
C. H. SIMMONS.
Oswayo, Oct. 5, 1859.—43-IJ.
Notice'
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spectfully invited to ca<l and settle their
! accounts, by payment or by Note, without de
lay.
' Coudrrsport, Dec. 27, 1853-16:41.
Great
THIS AFTERNOON
A T
STEBSINS'
STORE,
And every day thereafter,
| fluting tfrf feat,
In the sale of GCOD3 at LOWER prices and
| BETTER
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OF
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Every -Week.
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Groceries,
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AND
Every Description
OF
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PAINTS, OILS
AND
DYE-STUFFS.
IRON A STEEL.
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!MS CHEAPER
THAN AT
ftns (Dtljcr
IN THE COUNTY:
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I ALL KINDS OF
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S~ OMETHING NEW7—IL T7 BABBITT'S
BEST
MEDICINAL SALERATU3.I
' is manufactured f rom common s.ilt,
jand is prepared entirely different:
from other Saleratus. AU the del-.'
00 serious matter extracted in such :
manner as to produce Bread, Biscuit,
■ind all kinds of Cake, without con-
AND taining a particle of Saleratus when AND
he Bread or Cake is baked ; there
;by producing wholesome results. i
70 Every P'trticle ofSaleratus is turned 70
Ito gas and passes through the Bread!
{or Bicuit while Baking; consequent-!
jly nothing remains but common Salt,!
| Water aid Flour. You will readily!
perceive by the taste of this Saiera-1
(33 tus that it is entirely different from 00
other Salerataa.
It is packed in ono pound papers,
AND ieacli wrapper branded. "B. T. Bab* AND
Ibitt's Best Medicinal Saleratus ; al
{so, picture, twisted loaf of bread,
70 'with a glass of effervescing water on 70
the top. When you purchase one
paper you should preserve the wrap
per, and be particular to get the
next exactly like the first—brand as
above.
68 11 directions for making Bread 00
with this Saluratua and Sour Milk
or. Cream Tartar, will accompany
AND each package; also, directions for AND
making all kinds of Pastry; also,'
.for making Soda Water and Seid-!
70 ' lt Powders. 70
MAKE YOUR OWN SOAP,
WITH
B. T. BABBITT'S PURE CONCEN
TRATED POTASH, j
Warranted double the strength ot,
00 ordinary Potash ; pi;t up in cans—<G©
1 lb., 2 lhs./3 lbs., 6 lbs. and 1 2 lbs.:
—with full directious for making
AND Hard and Soft Soap. Consumer- AND
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BS. COLWELL will pay Ca?h for FURS
• and SHEEP PELTS. Also, for CUTS.
Couderspert, Oct. 28, 1853.
Above we present you with a likeness ol
DR. MORSE—tbe inventor of MORSE'S IN
DIAN' ROOT PILLS. This philanthropist has
spent the greater part of his life in traveling,
having visited Europe, Asia, and Africa, as
well as North America—has spent three years
among the Indians of our Western country—
it was in this way that the Indian Root Pills
were first discovered. Dr. Morse was the first
man to establish the fact that all diseases arise
from IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD—that our;
; strength, health and life depended upon this
vital tluid.
When the various passages become clogged,
and dt> not act in perfect harmony with the
diifere -.t functions of the body, the blood loses
its action, becomes thick, corrupted and dis
eased; thus causing all pains, sickness and I
distress of every came ; our strength is ex
hausted, our health we are deprived of, and if
nature is not assisted in throwing off the stag
nant humors, the blood will become choked
and cease to act. and thus ©ur light of life will
forever be blown out. Hov? important then
that we should keep the various passages of
the body free and open. And how pleasant
to us that we have it in our power to put a
medicine in your reach, namely, Morse's In
dian Root Pills, manufactured from plants
and roots which grow around the mountain
ous cliffs in Nature's garden, for the health and ;
recovery of diseased man. One of the roots :
from which these P lis are made is a Sudorific,
which opens the pores of the skin, and assists
Nature in throwing out the finer parts of the
corruption within. The second is a plaut
which is an Expectorant, that opens and un
clogs the passage to the lungs, and thus, in a
soothing manner, performs its duty by throw- ;
ing off phlegm, and other humors from the i
lungs by copious spitting. The third is a Di- I
uretic, which gives ease and double strength
to the kidneys ; thus encouraged, they draw
large amounts of impurity from the blood,
which is theH thrown out bountifully by the
urinary or water passage, and which could
not have been discharged in any other way.'
The fourth ie a Cathartic, and accompanies
the other properties of the Pills while engaged
in purifying the blood; the coarser particles'
of impurity which canuot pass by the other
outlets, ara thus taken up and conveyed off in
great quantities by the bowels.
From the above, it is shown that Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pilrs not orly enter the stomach,
but become united with the blood, for they
find way to every part, aud completely rout out
and cleanse tiie system from all imp rity, and
the life of the body, which is the blood, be
comes perfectly healthy ; consequently all
sickness and pain is driven from the system,
for they e&tHtot remain when the body becomes
so pure and clear.
The reason why people are so distressed
when sick, and why so many die, is because
they do not get a medicine which will pass
to the afflicted parts, and which will open the
natural passages for the disease to be cast out;
hence, a iarge quantity of food and other mat
ter is lodged, and the stomach and intestines ;
are literally overflowing with tiie corrupted ;
mass; thus undergoing disagreeable fermeu- i
tation, constantly mixing with the blood,which
throws corrupted matter through every rein
and artery, until life is taken from the body;
by disease. Dr. Morse's TILLS have added to
themselves viotoiy upon victory, by restoring
millions of the sick to blooming health and
happiness. Yes, thousands who have .been
racked or tormented with sickness, pain and
anguish, and whose feeble frames have been
scorched by the burniug elements of raging
fever, and who have been brought, as it wore,
within a step cf ths silent grave, now stand
ready to testify that they would have been
numbered with the dead, had it not been for
this great and wonderful medicine, Morse's
Indian Root Pills. After one or two doses had
been taken, they wore astonished, and abso
lutely surprised, in witnessing their charming
effects. Not only do they give immediate ease
and strength, and take away all sickness,
pain and anguish, but they at once go to
work at the foundation of the disease,
which is the blocd. Therefore, it will be
ihuwi). especially bv those who use these Pills,
that they will so cleanse and purify, that dis
ease—that deadly enemy—will take its flight, j
and the flush of youth and beauty will again j
return, and the prospect of a long and happy
life will cherish and brighten your day::.
CAUTION :
Merchant? at>d Traders will be en their i
guard and not be imposed upon by a Coun
terfeit of Or. Morse's Indian Root Pills, signed
J, B. Moore. All genuine Pills will hereafter
have the name and signature of B. LAKE
JUDSON, to A. J. White A C 0.,) on
each box.
All orders atd letters relating to said Pills
must be addressed to WM. MUDGE k C 0.,:
(proprietors of I)r. A. Trask's Magnetic Oint
ment,) Earlville, Madison Co., N. Y., General
Agents for Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills.
B. LAKE JUDSON, (successor to A. J.
I White k C 0.,) 60 Leonard Street, New York,
'Sole Proprietor. Sold by SMITH k JONES,
| Coudersport; also by all Medicine Dealers in
the county, 10:4£-1 j.
110 \V A HI) ASSOCIATION, I
PHILADELPHIA.
! A Benevolent Institution, established by sntciul
endowment for the relief of the sick and die
tressed, ajfiicted with Virulent and
Epidemic diseases.
THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view o
the awful destruction of human life, caus
-1 ed bv Sexual diseases, several years ago direct
ed their Consulting Surgeon, to open a Divpen
; sary for the treatment of this class of diseases,
in nil tfrmr forms, and to give MEDICAL AD
-1 VICE GRATIS, to all who apply bv letter,
' with a description of their condition, (age,
i occupation, habits of life. Ac..) and in cases
i of eitreme poverty, to FURNISH MEDICINES
; FREE OF CHARGE.
The Directors of the Association, in their
| late Annual Report express the highest satis
! fact ; on with the success which has attended
! the labors of their Surgeons iu the cure of
| Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Cronorr
i hoe, Gleet, Syphilis, the vice of Onanism or
j Self-Abuse, Disease of the Kidneys and Blad
der, Ac, and order a continuance of the same
I plan lor the ensuing year.
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or
i Seminal Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Mas
j turbation or Self-Abuse, and other Diseases
I of the Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Sar
igeou, will be sent by mail, (in a sealed envel
j ope,) FREE OF CHARGE, on receipt of TWO
I STAMPS for postage.
Address, for Report or treatment, Dr.
i J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon,
tHoward Aaenc.iation, No. 2 South Ninth
1 Philadelphia, Pa [lM4~ly.
; Ayer's Sarsaparilla
j A compound remedy, in which we hare I*.
j bored to produce the most effectual alterative
I that can be made. It is a concentrated extract
i of Para Sarsaparilla, so combined with other
| substances of still greater alterative power u
| to afford an effective antidote for the disease*
Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It is believed
that such a remedy is wanted by those w:
suffer from Strumous complaints, and that am
which will accomplish their cure must pros*
of immense service to this large class of 01
afflicted fellow-citizens. How completely this
compound will do it has been proven by exper
iment on many of the worst cases to be fiound
of the following complaints:—
SCROFULA, AND SCROFULOUS COMPLAINTS,
ERUPTIONS AND ERUPTIVE DIS BASKS, ULCEUS,
PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, TUMORS, SALT RHEUM,
SCALD HEAD, SYPHILIS AND SVrtitklmc AF
FECTIONS, MERCURIAL DISEASE, DROPSY, NEU-*
RALOI.Y OR TIC DOULOUREUX, DEBILITY, DYS
PEPSIA AND INDIGESTION, ERYSIPELAS, R>B
OR ST. ANTHONY'S FIRE, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising from IMPURITY OF
THE BLOOD.
This compound will be found a great pro
moter of health, w hen taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors tVhich fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disordow
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, 6paie themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions And? ufcertma*
sores, through which tho system will strive to
ri d itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the nutural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,-
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, lor eleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation, of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone lias not all the virtue that is cl&knea
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a auart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they pot only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
lias followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions or\
the bottle.
PREPARED BY
DR. J. C. AVER A CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, $1 per Buttle i Six Bottles far 05,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, ths*
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, wc need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the beet
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR THZ CURE OF
Costitencss, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tettei', Tumors and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as
Dinner rill, aud for Purifying the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic.
Trice 26 cents per Box; Five Boxes for sLoft.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, hare lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
Insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our AMERICAN ALMAN AC in which thef
are given; witk also full descriptions of the abova
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
ether preparations they make more profit mi.
Demand AYER'S, and take no other*. The siek
want the best aid there is for them, and. the* should
have it.
All our Remedies are
Sold by SMITH k JONES, and D. W. SPSS
OER, Coudersport; CORF.Y k SON, Ulysses ;
A. B. HORTON, Cushingville ; MANN k
NICHOLS, Millport; C. H. SIMMONS, Osway#;
and by all Merchants and Druggists. [11: M
MILLPORT HEAD-QUARTERS.
fIIUE subscribers take this method of ia-
X forming their friends that they are in •-
eeipt of, and are now opening, a choice and,
desirable stock of
STAPLE AND FANDY DRY GOOD*,
to which they invite the attention of all whe
desire to make purchases. Our stock is large
has been selected with great care, and is pa
ticularly adapted to the wants of this gectioa.
of our country. Our stock of Dry Goods
gists of
DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, RIBBON8 t
EMBROIDERIES, PARASOL*
fcDLOTHS, CASSIMERES
TESTINGS. DO
MESTIDS,
SHIRTINGS,
LINENS, PRINTS,
SHAWLS;
and a rariety of other articles, too Mimevfet*
to mention. We have also a complete ieeJ*l~
ment of
GROCERIES, HARDWARE AND
CROCKERY;
all of which will be sold uncommonly aheap,
for ready pay, and for approved eredit on M
reasonable terms as anr other establishment.
"MANN &NICHOLS.
Millport, Aug. 11, 186.—9:13 Ij.
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PAIRER, Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa., take*
this method of informing the pub- 1
lie in general that he is prepared
to do all work in his line with prompt!**,
in a workman-like manner, and upon the
most accommodating terms. Payment fov
Repairing invariably required on dollwy
the work. EQk- All kinds of PRODPOE
taken on account of work. 1

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