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ALTON R. Goss, Printer; Publishers Stationer ,
JOB PRINTING, of. Every Description,
Executed with neatness and dispatch, at the most
WEDDING and PARTY INVITATIONS A SPECIALTY.
Monograms, dako Boxes, and Paper, PRINTING IN COLORS AND BRONZE.
NAPKINS FURNISHED IF DESIRED.
MY STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
IS ALWAYS COMPLETE IN All the Novelties of the Trade Plain Papers, Ledgers, Journals, Records, Blank and Pass Books, Inks, Mucilago, Law Blanks, Seals, Games, Box Papers, Autograph and Photograph Albums, Pocket Books, Cutlery,
Chromos, Slates, &c. .
THE CAPE COD SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Will Receive or Renew Subscriptions for any Paper, Periodical, or. Magazine published in the
United States. Having accepted the agency for most of the leading publications in the country, I would notify the citizens of the Cape aņd vicinity that I will RECEIVE or Renew subscriptions to any publication desired. . Moneys which could not, with prudency; be sent to a distance by letter, can be mailed to me from all parts of the Cape with comparative safety, thereby, saving the expense of money orders, &c. Deeming this a convenience to a larger portion of our community, I solịcit your subscriptions.
ALTON P. Goss.
PROPRES WISTARS BALSAM AD Wild Cherry.
This well-known preparation still maintains the enviable reputation that it acquired more than forty years since, as the most reliable and effective remedy
in the world for the cure of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS, INFLUENZA,
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH, ASTHMA,
And every affection of THE THROAT, LUNGS, AND CHEST. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY is acknowledged by many prominent physicians to be the most reliable preparation ever introduced for the RELIEF and CURE of the above complaints, and is constantly used by them in their practice. A well-known physician writes,-“It does not dryip a cough and leave the cause behind, ai is the case with most preparations, but loosens it, cleanses the lungs and aliuys irritation, thus remoring the cause o, the complaint.”
50 Cents and $1.00 a Bottle. Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE & Sons, Boston, and for sale by druggists
and dealers generally.
A PROTECTED SOLUTION OF THE PROTOXIDE OF IRON, Is as easily digested and assimilated with the blood as the simplest food. When the blood does not contain the usual quantity of Iron, the deficiency
can be supplied by the use of the Peruvian Syrup. It cures “a thousand ills” simply by TONING UP, INVIGORATING, and `VITALIZING the system. The enriched and vitalized 'bicod p.:rıncates every part of the boily, repairing damages and waste, searching out morbid secretions, and leaving nothing for disease to feed upon. This is the secret of the wonderful success of this
remedy in curing Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Boils, Chronic Diarrhoea, Nervous Affections,
Female Complaints, And all discases originating in a bad state of the blood, or accompanied by debility, or a low state of the system.
SEND FOR A PAMPHLET. A 32-page pamphlet containing valuable information on Iron as a medical agent, and testimonials from distinguished physicians, clergymen, and others, will be sent Free to any address by SETH W. Fowle & Sons, Boston. The PERUVIAN SYRUP is sold by druggists and dealers generally.
Use GRACE'S SALVE for Cuts, Burns,
(OLD) FARMER'S ALMANACK, CALCULATED ON A NEW AND IMPROVED PLAN,
FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD
Being third after BISSEXTILE or LEAP YEAR, and (antil July 4) 1080
of American Independence. FITTED FOR BOSTON, BUT WILL ANSWER FOR ALL THE NEW ENGLAND STATES. Containing, besides the large number of Astronomical Calculations and the Farmer's Calendar for every month in
the year, a variety of
ESTABLISHED IN 1793,
Sold by the Booksellers and Traders throughout New England.
TO PATRONS AND CORRESPONDENTS. Once more we have the pleasure of offering to you our little annual, now in its eighty-seventh year. Times have changed since 1793. But some things have not changed. Honor and right are not yet obsolete, and must still govern our conduct, public and private. So shall our nation be truly great.
The P. O. Regulations, Tide Table, Tables of Courts, and other tables, will be found in their usual places. Our friends will oblige us by notifying the publishers of any error they may discover.
With thanks for your continued favor, we close in the words of the founder of this Almanack:
“ It is by our works, and not by our words, we would be judged: these, we hope, will sustain in the
humble though proud station we have so long held.