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Sold Again and Got tlie
MONEY!
P. A. STEBBINS & CO.
ET recently rciv4 isd opa4
I
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
OF
That hu been brought to this market the pre
seol seasoa.
I
Thr utw stock of
;
I
•emprises the Ttrj
j
Latest Styles
prcbaid at the
LOWEST CASH
RATES,
aid the/ offer thsm at
A LOWER FIGURE
than such goods can bo had at any other
House in town.
Their stock of
DOMESTICS
■ rory complete, and as they hld tkem ex
clusively for
READY-PAY,
Thy cannot bo undersold.
Persons desiring a good article at low price
will do well to give them & call.
old customers are especially in
vited to call and examine their stock, and see
their prices.
STEBBINS'
Corner Store,
OPPOSITE P F GLASSMIRE'S
HOTEL.
a* f/* *#*,*▼ VA
, The Bugle Calls! Tha War has Begun! A War
I of I.xtet initiation against Bad Teeth, Bad
Breath, Diseased Gums. Toothache, Ear
ache, and Neuralgia.
OUR ATILLERY IS
nr. Wm. B. Ilurd's
DENTAL TREASURY:
A complete set of Remedies for
PRESERVING THE TEETH, PURIFYING
THE BREATH AND MOUTH, and
CURING TOOTHACHE AND NEURALGIA.
CONTENTS,:
Dr. IJurd't celebrated MOUTH WASUA bottle.
Dr.HunTs uneqvu'ed TOOTII I'O WDEK,I box
Dr.licrd' smaqie TOOTH ACHE DEO USA box
Dr. Hurd's US RIVALLED NEURALGIA
PLASTER.
Dr. Ilurd's MAS UAL on the Best Means of \
Preserving the Teeth, including Directions for
the Proper Treatment of Children's Teeth.
FLOSS SILK tor cleaning between the Teeth
TOOTH PICKS, etc.. etc.
Prepared at Dr. Hurd's Dental Ofiice, 77
Fourth St., Brooklyn, (E. D.)
Price, ONE DOLLAR: or, SIX for $5.
The Dental Treasury makes a package eight
incites by live, and is sent by express.
Full direction for use is on each article.
Tfie following articles we can send separ
ately. by mail, viz:
j The Treatise on Preserving Teeth sent, post
paid, on receipt of Twelve Cents, or four
stamps.
I The Neuralgia Plaster , for Neuralgia in the
| Face, Nervous Headache, and Earache, sent.
J postpaid, on receipt of Eighteen cents, or six
j stamps.
j The Neuralgia and Rheumatic Plaster (large
sizt.) for pains in the Chest, Shoulders, Back,
or any part of the body, seut post-paid, ou
receipt of Thirty-Seven cents.
Address Wm. SI. ISurd & Co
T.ibunc Buildings, New York.
Dr. Hurd's MOUTH WASH, TOOTH POW
DER, and TOOTHACHE DROPS cannot be
eut by mail, but they can probably be obtain
jed at your Drug or Periodical Stores. If they
j cannot, send tons tor the Dental Treasury,
! price, One Dollar, which contains them.
NOW.
ARE DR. HURD'S PREBARATIONS GOOD 1
The best evidence that they are is. that then
firmest friends and best patrons are those who
have used them longest. Da. WILLIAM B.
He KU is an eminent Dentist of Brooklyn
1 Treasurer of the New York State Dentists' j
| Association, and these preparations have been 1
j used in his private practice tor years, and no
| leading citizen of Brooklyn or Williamsburgh
! questions their excellence, while eminent
' Dentists of New York recommend them as the
best known to tlie profession. Without the
aid of advertising, dealers have sold them bv
the gross.
The Editor of the Brooklyn Dai/g Times says:
•'We are happy to know that our friend, Dr.
Hurd. is succeeding beyond all expectations
with his Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder. The
great secret of his success rests with the tact
I that his articles are precisely what they are
I represented to be, as we can testify from their
i long use."
The well-known P. T. Bnrnum writes:—' I
i found your Tooth Powder so good that my
j family have used it all up. We find it the
'■ best Powder for the teeth that we ever used,
i I shall feel obliged if you will send ineanother
• supply at the Museum at your convenience,
| with the biil."
I But their cost. i 3 so small that every one
j may test the HI itcer for himself
Beware of the ordinary Tooth Powders. Dr.
Hurd's Tooth Powder contains no acid, nor
alkali, nor charcoal, and polishes without
wearing the enamel. Use no other.
! WHAT DOES DR. HURD'S REMEDIES EfGECT 1
Dr. Hurd's Month Wash and Tooth I'oicder
j will give young ladies that finest charm in
| woman—t sweet breath and pearly teeth. Tiy
| them, ladies.
I)r. Herd's Month Wash and Tooth Powder
! will cieanse the mouth from ail foul cxh. lr
j tions, and if used in tlie morning, will im ko
! the breakfast taste sweeter and the day begin
: more pleasantly. Hundreds of persons can
testify to t!iis. Try them, gentlemen.
Dr. Hurd's Mouth IFits/t and Tooth Powder
are the best preparations in the world for cur
! ing BAD aUK A rii and giving firmness and health
!to the gums. Hundreds of eases of Diseased
[Bleeding Gums, Sort- Month, Canker, etc..
have been c if red by Dr. ilurd's astringent wash.
Dr. Hurd s Mouth IFasA and Tooth Powder
\ give an additional charm to courtship, and
make husbands more agreeable to their wives
i and wives to their husbands. They should
I be usea by every person having ARTIFCIAL
TEETH, which are liable to impart a taint to
i the mouth.
; Dr. Hurd's Toothache Drops cure Toothache
arising from exposed nerves, and are the best
friends that parent* can have in tlie house to
save their children from tortueand themselves
from loss of sleep and sympathetic suffering.
; Farmers and Mechanics! you cannot well
; afford to neglect your teeth. For a trilling
I sum, you can now get preservatives, than
1 which Rothschild or Astor can get nothing
[better. Remember that Dyspepsia and Con
: sumption of the Lungs often originate in Ncg
-1 lect of Teeth. Send for the Treatise on Teeth,
! and read Dr. Fitch's observation on this sub
ject. If too late to arrest decay in your own
■ teeth, save your children's teeth.
Scurnlgia Plasters.
Dr. Hurd's Neuralgia Non-adhesive Plasters
:arc the most pleasant and successful remedies
; ever prescribed for this painful disease. The
patient applies one, soon becomes drowsy.falls
asleep, and awakes free from pain, and no
blister or other unpleasant or injurious con
sequences ensue. Far Earache and Nervous
| Headache, apply according to direction*, and
j relief will surely follow. Nothing can be ob
j rained equal to Dr. Hurd's Compress for Xeu
; ralgia. Try them They are entirely a npvel.
| curious, and original preparation, and \vu
--! derfully successful. They are of two sizes,
joae small, for the face, price 15, cuts, and the
• >thcr large, for application to the body price
37 cents. Will be mailed on receipt of price and
one stamp.
WHAT ARE THE PEOPLE DOING 1
The American people are intelligent enough
o appreciate preparations that contribute so
much to tlie happiness of those using them
, aud they want them. Every mail brings u*
letters, some ordering the TREATISE ON TKETII.
some the NEURALGIA PLASTERS, and not a few
enclosing 37 cents fur the Mourn WASH, to be
sent bv mail j but to those we are compelled
to reply that it is impossible to send ah ilf
pint bottle by mail. The people want these
Remedies. Who will supplg them? Now is the
Clianrc for Agents.
Shrewd agents can make a small fortune in
carrying these articles around to families. The
Dental Treasury is the neatest article that
man or woman can carry around. Send t'
one and see. or, belter, a dozen, w ' i h we will
sell as samples for $7. WM, B. HARD & CD,
Tribune Buildings, New York.
That remittances may be made with confi
dence. W. B. H. k Co. refer to the Mayor of
Brooklyn ; to G.W. Griffith. Piesid't Farmers'
and Citizens' Batik. Brooklyn, and o others. '
c H. WARRIiNER,
Jeweller and Watchmaker,
LOCATED on Main St., opposite the Court,
House, Coudersport, Pa.
Clocks, Watches, &c.,
I Repaired on short notice aud warranted to .
i give satisfaction.
A pood assortment of
CLOCKS,
WATCIIES, and
JEWELRY
l on hand. Cheap for CASH and warranted as !
represented. As an even exchange is no rob- ■
i berv I will give you time for Money.
Coudersport, Dec. 16, 1861
Ma i n abo v e Thir d' St. J
COUDERSPORT, PA.
31. W HAW , PItOPUIKTOa.
BOOKS, J\IAPS, GLOBES,
BLANKS
DOCKKTS-
LEDGERS-
HAY-bOOKS-
ItECEIPT-BOOKS; j
! MEMORANDUMS,
PASS-BOOKS,
D I A R I E S.
PORTFOLIOS,
HERBARIUMS,
LETTER-BOOKS k
INVOICE-BOOKS j
Greek, Latin, French and German Text-;
! Books.
All Schori/ Books user/ /n the County
kept on hand, or immediately procured
j when desired
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when
j desired.
i A good assortment of Paper, Envelopes, I
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw
ing Materials, Water Colors, &c.
BtBI.ES. TESTAMENTS, j
I PRAYER & HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds, j
MUSIC- BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC,
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess j
Men, Ac., kc. PRODUCE of all kinds taken
! in exchange for Books, &c. [ll-34]
The Great Cause of
IIUMAN AIIS E Li Y.
' Just published in a sealed envelope, price 6 cts ;
4 Lecture by DI-.CCM.VKHWKI.L, on the Cause
;l\ an 1 Cure of Sperm iturrluea, Constimp
j lion, Mental an i Physical Debility, Nervous
; ne.-s. Epilepsy ; Impaired Nutrition of the Bo- j
dy ; Lassitude : Weakness of the Limbs and
! Back • ludis osition, and incapacity for Study
j and Labor; Dullness of App ehension ; Loss
; of Memorv: Aversion to Society ; L ve of Sol
itude ; Timidity; Self-Distrust; Dizziness; i
iHeadache; Affections of the Eyes; Pimples
\ on the Face , Involuntary Emissions, and Sex
j nal Incapacity; the Consequences of Youtb
j t'ul Indiscretion. &e., Ac.
This admirable Lecture clearly proves that
! the above enumerated, often self-afliicted,evils
1 nia v be removed without medicine and with-j
out dangerous surgical operations, and should
. j be read by every youth and every man in the
laud. Sent underseal, to any address, in a
( plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of si\
cents, or two postage stamps, bv addressing,
Dr.' CIIAS. J. C. KLINE,
! 127 Bowery, New York, P"-t Office Box. 4586.
NATRONA COAL OIL!
WARRANTED NON EXPLOSIVE!
[ and equal to any Kerosene.
WHY buy an explosive Oil. when a few;
cents more per gallon will furnish you with a (
. perfect Oil? Made only by
PCNN'A SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
No. 127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
1 Feby. 1. 1862. ly
dAPONIFI UR, SAPONIFIER!
.' THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER.
All Kitchen Grease can be made into good;
1 ' SOAP, by using Saponifier !
DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX j
i Soap is as easily made with it, as making j
a cup of coffee.
Manufactured only by the Patentees.
PENN'A SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. i 27 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Febv. 1, 1562. l v
LLCIL.N BIRDT
DEALER in
PROVISIONS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, DRY GOODS,
Also,
i Has been so f irtunate >ts to secure the servi- j
ccs of THOMAS J. BAKER, who is making!
, and mending SSoof* and Shot's in his'
own unexceptionable stvle, with
GOOD STOCK. |
I have concluded to sell only for
READY PAY.
i from October 1. ISGI.
Will buy Ashes, Hides, Pelts, and som?
Grains.
n Bmukland. (formerly Cushiugvilic.) j
! Sept., 1861
j A T
OLMSTED &• KELLY'S
| TORE can always be found the best of
1 O Cooking, Box and Parlor
S T O V E S.
Also, TIN and SHET-IRON WARE. POTS.
! KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS.
I FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
! RUNS. Also,
Agricultural Implements,
such as PLOWS. SCRAPERS. CULTIVA- j
TORS. CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG-POWERS. &c.
THEIR WORK
is well made anil the material good. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in ant
part of the County—Terms easy. Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1859.- 50
. 4 DVERTISF in the Journal ! It is the on-1
/JL ly paper in Potter county, and is a good •
medium through which to reach thopeople of
all district!
SOMETHING NEW!*
Highly Important to the Ladies !
DOWNERS PATENT HEMM;R AND SHIELD
FOR HAND-SEWING,
Is "just the thing" for all who use the needle.
This remarkably simple and novel invention saves
one-half the labor of hand-sewing, as it com
pletely protects the finger from the point of
the needle, and makes a neat and uniform
hem while the operator is ewing.
NO LADY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
It is cheap, simple, beautiful, and useful. The
Heinmer and Shield will be sent free of charge j
on receipt of the price. 'ls cents.
Enclose stamp for descriptive circular and
terms.
ALSO,
DOWNER'S METROPOLITAN SKEIN-WEINDER
AMD
Sewing-111rtl Combined
ils an article of real merit. It is used for the
j purpose of winding skeins of Thread, Silk,
j Cotton, Yarn, Floss. Worsted, Ac. It is readily
j adjusted to the work-table, and will be found
J indispensable to all using the above articles,
j being a useful and invaluable appendage to
i lie Sewing-Bird.
Price 50 Cts. to $1 according to Style and Finish.
$l5O per Month can be Real
j ized by enterprising Agents (wanted in even
town and County throughout the United Stages
•and Canada.) selling the above articles, as
| sales are rapid, profits large, and lias no o.om
; petition. A liberal discount to the trade.
j Address A, H. Downer,
442 Broadway. New Y'ork,
Patentee and Sole Proprietor,
j N.B—General and exclusive Agencies will
! be granted or. the most liberal terms.—ml93ni
Sabbath School SSell, No. 2.
75.000 COPIES ISSUED THE FIRST
, Twelve Months of its publication. It is an
I entire New Work, of nearly 200 pages. Many
! of the Tunes and Hymns were written express
jly for this Volume. It will soon be as popu
j lar as its predecessor (Bell No. 1) which has
Iran up to the enormous number of 575,000
j copies in 36 months, outstripping any Sunday
| School Book of its size issued in this country.
(Also, both Volumes are bound in one to ac
j commodate schorls wishing them ,n that form.
Prices of IMI No. 2. paper covers, 15 cents,
sl2 per loft. Bound. 25 cents. SlB per 100
j Cloth bound embossed gilt, 30 cents, $22 per
100 Bell No. 1. paper covers. 12 cents. $lO
; per 100 Bound, 20 cents, $lB per 100. Cloth
hound embossed gilt. 25 cents. §2O per 100
Bells Nos. I and 2 bound together, 40 cents,
■ S3O per 100. 25 copies furnished at tho 100
! price. Cloth bound embossed gilt. 50 cents,
i S4O per 100. Mail postage free at the retail
price. HORACE 'WATERS, Publisher,
No. 481 Broadway, New York.
TUG I>lY SCHOOL RIILL,
A NEW SINGING BOOK Ft) It DAY
j SCHOOLS, called the DAY SCHOOL BELL
jis now ready. It contains about 200 pages
of choice Songs, Rounds, Catches, Duetts.
i Triis, Qu irtetts. and Choruses, many of them
i written expressly for this work, besides 23
! pages of the Elements of Music. The Ele
1 mints are so easy and progressive, that ordi
! nary teachers will find themselves entirely
j successful in instructing even young scholars
to sing correctly and seientiriealb , while the
tunes and words embrace such a variety ot
lively, attractive and soul-stirring music and
j sentiments, that no trouble will be experi
enced in inducing all beginners t<> go on with
zeal in acquiring skill in one of the most
; health-giving, beauty-improving, happiness
yielding, and order-producing exercises ot
school life. In simplicity of its elements in
variety and adaptation of music, and in
excellence and number of its songs, original,
selected, and adapted, it claims by much to
excel all competitors. It will be found to be
the best book ever issued for Seminaries,
! Academies, and Public Schools. A few sam
ple pages of the Elem ?nts, Tunes, and Songs,
are given in a circular: send and get one. It
is compiled by HORACE WATERS, Author
|of "Sabbath-School Bells." Nos. 1 and 2,
of which have had the enormous sale of 655,-
000 in 36 mouths. Prices, paper covers. 20
cents, sls per 100; 80-: nd, 30 cents. $22 per
100 • cloth hound, embossed gilt, 40 cents,
; S3O per K0. 25 copies furnished at the 100
price. Mailed tree at the retail price.
HORACE WATERS, Publisher,
No. 481 Broadway, New York.
SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES!!!
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD !
JOHNS A CRUSLEY S
American Cement Glue,
The strongest Glue in the World
For Cement in<j H< xf, Leather, Glass,
Icon/, China, Ma ride, Porcelain,
Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc.
The only article of the kind ever produc
ed which will withstand Water.
EXTRACTS:
•''Every housekeeper should have a supply ■
of Johns & Croslcy's American Cement Glue "j
—New York Times.
"It is so convenient to have in the house." j
—Sew Yor/c Express.
' It is always ready ; this commends it to
everybody. - ' —A". Y. Independent.
"We have tried it, ami find it as useful in
our house as water."- Wilkes' Spirit of the Times j
Price 25 Cents per Itoltle.
Very liberal reductions to Wholesale Dealers.
TERMS CASH.
sale by all Druggists and Store- :
keepers generally throughout the country.
JOHNS & CROSLEY,
(Sole Manufacturers.)
78 Wiliiam Street. New York.
(Corner of Liberty Street.) jy*9ly
IIOIUCE W ATERS PE4NOS.
MKLODKONS. ALEXANDRE ORGANS, AXD!
T.GILBERT tc GO'S celebrated .EOLIAN 1
PI ANOS are the finest instruments for Parlors
and Churches now in use. A large assort
; meat can be seen at the new Wnrerooms, 481 j
BROADWAY, between Grand and Broome |
j Streets, which will be sold at extremely low,
. trices. PIANOS and M KLODEONS from sun-;
; dry makers new and second hand, to let, and !
! n nt allowed if purchased, as per agreement, i
Monthly payments recei.ed for the same.
Also, second-band Pianos and Mt-lodeons at;
' great bargains, prices from $25 to SIOO.
; Sheet Music, Music Books, and all kinds of:
I Music Merchandise at War pries.
HORACE WATERS. Agent.
A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL ETLTLON
OF THE
Mistakes or Educated Men.
BY JOHN S. HART, LL. D.,
12m0.. n u 'in, price 50 cents ; paper cov- j
ers. 25 c rt3 Copies of this book will be
sen by m. tl o i rec.-ipt of the price, in post
age stamps. Please address
J. c. GiARRIGUES, Publisher,
143 South Fourth Stict, Philadelphia, Pa.
D~ R JAYNE'S FAMILY MEDICINES for
sale at STEBBINS.
JONES' COLUMN
V IBS
AND
: SOMETHING ELSE
I
NEW !!
!
M
" i npriE subscribers at their
OLD STAND ON MAIN STREET,
i
i
IN
COUDERSPORT,
i
■ ! Offer to their old customers and the public j
t
' I generally for Cash, United States Treasury!
• .Votes (which by the way are tatceri at Par,) j
' [ Wheat. Corn, O.its, Buckwheat, Butter, Cheese,
' Hides, Pelts, Deer Skins, and all other kinds
I !
1 of Skins, such as Calf Skins, ifcc.,also, Beans,;
>, Bens, Venison, and some other things that
• can't be thought of,
Ij
A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED
ASSORTMENT UF
i|
DRY GOODS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
I)E ADY UADE C LOTH I A G
; :
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
Hats & Caps,
I
Iron, Nails,
I
| Hardware,
DRUGS X MEDICINES,
I
Paints. Oils, and Dye Slufls,
Together with some of the best
KEROSENE OIL,
1
Far superior to the Oil Creek or Tidioute Oil.
LAMP & LAMP FIXINGS,
POCKET CUTLERY,
Also a few more of those Superior
CANDOR PLOWS,
SLEIGH SHOES. |
GLASS, SASH, PUTTY,
INK, PAPER, ENVELOPES,
And other kinds of
STATIONARY.
WALL PAPER,
WINDOW CURTAINS
; And other articles which time alone for- i
bids us to mention, all of which will be!
.sold as low as the WAR PRICES will I
' allow—for strictly
READY-PAY!!
I
And for those articles we take, the high
est market price will be paid.
We are also General Agents for
DII D JAYNE'S Family Medicines,
DR. AVER'S Medicines,
BRANDRETU S Pills,
| KENNEDY'S Medical Discovery,
And all the staudard Medicines of the day
CALL AND SEE!:
C. S. & E. A. JONES.
N. B. The pay for the Goods mnst be op
hand when the Goods arc delivered, as we are
determined to live to the motto of "Pay as i
You Go."
Just one thing more. The Judgments.note
-1 and book accounts which we have on band
j must be settled and closed up immediately or
! we fear they will be increased faster than the j
i usual rate of interest. Dec 11 i
ayer's
ppl CATHARTIC
i
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• ci',.. Mt nr ;,
rassiWttS
I g 3 .—tntty. {> 1 111 v the M tiftu |,.
tin- MrH, |i..„, H1,),.,, |n '
I tlisivise. A cold settles som -wH.-I • ill t!.- I.ly, *,„) ~
i structs its natural function.. Tlh-S", it r.-. 1e ,!-i"
I renut upon llioinsflves mi I tli<- imrrmiiitling organ* i„ '
j tliiciug i{iiTul njarriivatinii, MtfftuiiiK, :,, H j
| While in tins nou,lifi,in. op;N-> SI~I II V Ilia
take Aver's Pills, ami see lane tiiin ifv thev i ~*■
nntmul inti.in i f ilia syuni mnl iviih ii ||„, |,„„ Vll *
fueling of li.-alili ig ii. AVhit is ti i.- ,in,| ctt>- ,,. f
, tliis trivial .mil i-mummi ctunpLiiiil. is nU, |u ™
of die Ui— |i - ile.l ::• I ilanuei.ms ■ list-in ;k-I .. *T|„.
pui'giUivc* effect et|n-l* them. f.tuvcl tiy siniiUr <>lM.(rii.
tiniis unit ileiaii'^etii-ii.'s nf the natmal fundi.i.,* ~ , til(
b-ulv, they :| re r iniUly. mul tiiiny of llii-iu surely,in r ,|
liy the same iileuns. .\nii • who knmv I lie virtues,,{
Pills, will neglect to ern|iloy them when sutlcnng j rv
the ilismijer* fla v cur .
.Statements fi an le ulini; plivsi-i nis in tnm, „f
|uiii i[ial citius, ami from other well known |iub!k
soils.
From a Fnnuorilniff ff'rcfutiit •/ St. T.ntiit. fli. 4, Ujj,
T)rt. Ar :it. Your fills are the paraxon of nil tli;,t
great in mmli- in l . Tliev have cur.-1 mv little Jsuyhttr'
iof ulcerous sm es utioii Ii -i Ii i iUs ami I.- t ttint lnii| pruvvd
j inciiralile for years. Ilor mot tier Lis tieeu lost
I oislv nll'.icteil with liloii lies air) pirnj.l 'son iier eUiu an-1
ill her hair. Vftnr mir chil l was cured, she *lo tntj,
your fills, mid they luive cured her.
AS\ MOISOKIDGII.
A* n Fnnitly Pliyaic.
From Dr. /.'. II . f 'nrlicriyht, -Yrw Ori'inu,
Your Tills tire the prince of purges. Their excellsuf
surpass any eat hart ie w•• (Misses.. Tlisv
aiild. hut very c M tain ainl clf-ctual in llieir . ii ~, ,| |f
bowels, which ina!i-.-s them invaluable to us IU ttic liaiiy
treatment of disease.
llcsuluclie.Slc!illcnilnrlir.Foul Stoiuneh.
/ r-iih l)r i.ihv id h 'Minor*.
t Putt It-ro Ay tat: I i-aunot answer \on e-;,,,/ rempf-ist,
I J have c ire t with y u • Tills le-tt.-r 111 111 to say nil that n,
I 'r'r trc 'I n il 1 / o jmi i/ ilhv ntnln iiit. I |.laif cn-at (|,p. u .
!ie 9onaUelV -tii.il i.-illi ntic in IliV ilaii v coiitisit vvjth
lis • •>, ami I. l evin *asl d i that ymr Tils alloril ut i| w
| Licsi we have, I ul c-uii'so value theiii Li^Llj-.
Ttrrsiun o. Tu . Mar 1.1553
Pit. J. C. Arm. Sir; 1 have been repi-atisilv riirnl f
I file Worst /> nil'iiihr anv IUMIV ean hale hr ad. si- or tw*
i if y-inc Tills. It seems to in ie lYoin a foul (IOIIIMCII,
, which they i-iieiuso at on e.
Yours with xreat ie.sj.ei f, Kl>. AV. TllKllf.lf,
fl*r r of St'nmtr 'Vioi n,
Hiih)tu PKon'ers Llvrr Complaint,.
I'ri'iu Dr. V "l i Itit'i* />• //, nf \ftii }'i'H t' 'y.
I \ot only ai e y m- Til!, admiiabh- a I ipted to Ihsir ,air.
lose as ail aperiet l I lit I fuel Iln-ir b--ie-lieial rlhslsii|sia
he Liver very mavki-d indeed. Thry have in my (:ae
tlco proved im ie c-lle. lmil for tfin cine ol bHinnt cm
n nr . than an. one |-emi*.|\ 1 can mealioii. I suiceivlr
ejiii-o tliH. we ioiii- at
j iiy llm coalideocv ol lie* (o .te.si a ami tin*
11l I'.Ylil VKNT or Till INTKIUOR, 1
A\
Fir. t I liavo used j uir t ills HI ail and iios).:ll
T-icllce eie. sin. c ion made- them,ami laiomt heWtttUto
ay they arc the l-es. iHtliariio u. i*o,(,loy. I heir
aliux act ion on the livet >. jiii.-k and decided, COllss
ptclilly they are an anion able amr.li lor deliiiigenirtit*
•l that organ. Iml --d. I have sel e-m louud aciisref
Itlious diseas : SO I'Uii I ale I Lai it did not readily yield t#
! beta. frau-nially y--u.s. AL.j ■'/. < b.ALi., >1 It,
t"y> i mil <;/ 111- Miii me // • yi t.d.
Tiy sentcry, ITnirini n, ltelnx, Worms.
Fi mil th . ./. U. Die it, ol I'.i.rjyi.
Your Tills have ha t a long tii d in mv ptaclira. tnl I
I hold tin-in ill i*.tceai as oiie ol tin- IH-.| api-ilents I too*
c\er lonud. 't is—it- ii;'eiat: n- rlti , l upon tin- liver inakss
tli In a.i excellc-ni remedy, when given in Mnall dose. fr
iiiiimij i l/icnOr/ <ml fir i irhtro. J haii Kiigiir-Centillg
makes tin in i'-iy a. -j iai l and coineiiivlit let the us*
of women ami children.
I>y spepsin, Im (un ity ,f i|, c lUood.
From J.rV.J. I. linn rs, /'.IS,' At!rent CVmici, tt-islns.
lAtt. A Vt.lt: I have used your Tillk with e.xtliioriiinief
success io mv lalnty and aui,ux tiiose i am called to vail
ill i!isl I e.s. To i gill,do I lie oi gnus of digestion Slid
punt', tho blood, tii. > are tin- lory best remedy | |ut>#
ever I. lew o. ami 1 can cuiihdentfv i eeomm-rid I lam Is
my friends. YOUHS, *l. V. JiIMLI.
AViesiw, AA'voming Co., N. A'.. Oct. "d 4, 1155.
nttlTt Flit: I run Using |our t.'atllui tic Tilts in lav prae
t.ic ami tin I llti.-m an i-M-i-lfeiit pui .ative lo cleans, llit
.'J'stem ami jon i/'y ''e- /h<i/ii.ij. ■</
.lulls (i. Mr. AC/I A At, M. D.
vOUfitijmttou.f'ii'tivenc v, liiiijiri-silnn,
R!ii'ti;a:ii isist, <1 - ul, .A iiruljjiM, L)iop
tsy, I'urntysis, Fits, elc.
Finn Dr..l. I*. I III'I/I,!!. M i.h- I, C. 'int/a.
Too iniidi c.-ini ot !. said of your ! r 111- rnrs f
Co.. nnirs.i. If olio-is of iniifi ai-i i. and Item
18 i-lticacioiis a ; ! have, tlt—v slinulil j . : n - in proi-laiiii
tig it lor tlie b un-lit of tin- multitudes uuo sutler fieiu
hilt complaint, ivliieh although I, , I enough in itself, is
JIO progeniior of nib. is iliat are worse. I MistsM
renesr trrni ieiu it- i- tin- list-r, l<iu y -ui Tills ullecl tlist
Cgail anil cure the ilise.se.
I'ri in Mr-. /.'. Yin 'it, I'' i.xicinn mnl Mi'ltP' fr, Ibslm.
I (im! one or two doses of ymir Tills taken at tlis
■ er | iiio-. ale e\ i. li-ii- pi motive, of t tie mil unit ncie
■ HI ulo II wli-1 \ oi pallia!!, -uupi • s.e.l. and :il.wi very
! ■ lunt In rh r liie s'onoe U ami r.r/'-l ivnnt. Ttiff
e so nan h tin; best physic wo tunc liuil 1 recoiionsuil
! • other to my patients.
'. nllt tii* In'r. Dr. II lll'' I. 11l th* M ''mils' Fpi*. Churfh.
Tit \ K 1 llnt'st. Shu aiiuuh. Il.i. d ie. H. 1556.l 5 56.
II 'in'ati Sia : I -lmnld ling!iiteful |.u" tin' relief
mir skill tins Iroiigtit niu if I did not iep. rt mv r t*
. u. A -<>ld s tlleil i t tn\ limli.ami brought oil rXCUI"
citing I' ' il in It," pit us, w hi. h end-- i in rhriitnr r/emnfl
i.nil. \oiwi Imt.Hiding I h i I I lie be-t of ptii si i.uis the
lisense gi ~\v wor-eamt worse until hv the ml vice of your
\ 'client a enf io Talliltlol'e. In Mliekc'U7.ie, 1 tried yi'Or
i'ill-. i heir off. ils wen! slow , but sir e. Ity |*rsvrißl
in the use id' tin-in. I am now eiitiicly well.
Ft NATK Cu.Ajtttrn. Ifntrui Itoiige, Ln.. 5 HOC. I*.A-
Tin. AvfU: I have In-en etilirt-ly cured, hv y'Uir Ti'.U.°f
h'litiinmh'c Gout a (uiiliful disease that had afi'irtcd Dl*
for years. YfXCKNT SLiUKbt.
Afe.t r.f the Til's in market rroitain Mercury,
who li. although a v-lna' to remedy in skilful hdlids. tl
dangerous in a prhlh- (all. from the dreadful cotw*-
rjuenccs that fre-|m ml y f> it w- it-: in rant ion* use. ThsW
Contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever.
Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for sl.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER IL CO , Lowell, Maik
Sold by G. S A TL A. Jones, Coudersport;
Mann A .Nichols. Miliport: N. J. Mills. Coif*
iiurg ; Colwcll i*c Lyman, Ronlet, A. Corey k
Son, Ulysses; A li. Hot ton, Cusbingvilie;
and by Dealers generally
JRlii £)anu\ss fljop!
FBIIIE undersigned would respectfully inforn l
JI the surrounding community that he b*s
taken the rooms formerly occupied by Jo' l2
S. M i"n, whore lie is prepared to do
All kinds of Harness Work
on the shortest notice.
LONG STRAW COLLARS.
also kept constantly on hand. These col!*''
are a superior article, and need but a trial t®
insure their success.
Rrpairim] done in good style-
Surcingle*. Marlitigalc-ritigs, Ilnme3, ar
ilatne strttps, Ac., kept consta. tlv on band.
The public are invited to call andexann 2 ®'
before purchasing elsewhere.
S. P. minaß.
Co dersport Oct. 16th, 1860.
idniinlsliaJor's Xollce.
LETTERS of Administration on the est®**
ol S. S. WHITK, late of Wliitesville. A c ~
gaily county, N. Y , having been grauted
the undersigned, all persons having <-
igain-t said esttile are reiiuested ,0 P rf " n ,
them to hint for liquidation, and all P er L°
owing said estate are reduested to make i
mediate pavracnl to biui. nOBAcE COB |j.
Nov. 20 1361
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