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Fa the only paper, published in Potter county, r
circalateeamong,in intelligent class of peo
ple, and is •tlps an, excelledt'medium both.
Ipy and &Junto' .dvertising, , •
.Transient Advertisements - and those from
enai beCaslior have responsible re
firence. ' • - •
COintiunications, tO • retelve attentied,
mast be directed to the 13ditor, and contain
the name of - the altentl'on paid.to
• - tEßMS.—One'cOy,one Year, sl;;Sii copies
$5 ; Twelve cOPies; $l,O ;' t wenty copies, $1:8(
with one to the person raising the Club. Tile
money must acconipany the names: H',
ConliallPd? Wg 1 u)..49 Sisit 'll, /01
Wood wanted immediately
The Grand Jury of Centre county
pw.sented - the Democratic Watchman,
the bigail of the Ilreckinridge Democracy
of that county, is - being in the practice
of encouraging the rebels now in arms
airiest the government, by expressitig
sympathy for and agreqment with them.
ser Ellis p. Slinabel., notorious in this
his native and Other states of the . north
and east, as a foul mouthed advocate of
the very foulest of northern d04 , 11-face ,
Ism, has been:arrested by„,the United
States Martial of Conneefieut, and ice
vrisomed at Fort Lafayette. t He was one
of the pets of the tqchanan administra
tion, and ins sustained on, a sinecure
ollte by Bnchanap,' purposely to abuse
'every man. who 'differed with him, and
iassist in hurrying forward the very troub•
le in which 'we are now 'involved.
Gen. Fremont's i ,pio - ela.mation, which
we publish in anotter colum,n declares
tlds State of Missoual to be under martial
This is the most effectual and pow
erful' blow , that treason , has yet received.
In this stkrn resolve to deal justly with
'treason exists the remedy for the evil,
and when the same determination to en
force the, simple law of the land is pro
claimed in all the rebel States, the end.of
this unchristian and unnatural rebellion
Will be materially abbreviated and a peace
established amid :which the people will
congratulate themselves on the restora
tio for rby the full enforcement add
vindication of law. Under this procla
mation, treason and its causes will .00n
116 r We learn that another company
for the war is being raised in this county
by a citizen of Coudersport. Papers are
expected in a feiv days with which to
commence - . the good work. Potter has
done much, but she can and will do more.
Le every young nian, every middle-agdd
man, consider it his bounden duty to step
into the ranks. The more men sent by
the North the greater the rirobabilities
for a speedy peace. Remember that real
and abiding fleacn, can only be obtained
by4he victory of the Union turns.
Vir We merely present the official ie
gort of the Republicaii Convention this
week, and hereafter may refer more par
ticularly, to the eaudidates__And issues.
The nominations were, verY harmonious
and augur a complete success at-the polls'.
The Men nominated aro well known
throughout the county for honesty, up
rightness and capability.
/IMPORTANT TO OUR READERS. — It 1s
with,feclings of joy and gladness that we
publish.anything which will contribute
to the pleasure, interest or health of our
patrons. Therefore, with peasnre we say
to our readers, one and all, use D. B. De
Land &Co 's Chemical Saleratus. This
Saleratus is perfectly pure, healthy and of
a uniform quality. Chemists and Manu
facturers very well know' that it requires
trouble and expense to make.a perfectlY,
pure article, while an inferior and impure
article can be Made with much less or,
and trouble; while impure Saleratus
very unhealthy, Pure Saleratus is harm
less and renders the food healthy and nu
tritious. Snowingi L theie fact D. B. De
Land & Co: have been to great trouble
and expense in bringing this article be
fore the public. This Saleratus is man
ufactured by a new l , process, known, only
by this concern in this con try and discov t .
cred by D. 13. De Lan in Europe, two
years ago. This Slerat s is,put up
bright, red papers and y cart.get it of
any respectable dealer in town, and at
wholesale, of the proprietors, at Fairport,
Monroe Co., N. Y.
BY VIRTUE of Euridrif Unite of Venditioni
&pones; Fieri Fanias and Levari Faciae
tensed out of the. Court of Coinmon Pleas of Pot
ter County, Pennsylvania, and Jo me', directed, .7
;hall expose to public sate or outcry, at the Coin?!
house in Coudersport, on MONDAY, the 23rd
day of Sept 1861, at 10 o'clock, •a. tn., the fol=
.lowing described real estate, to wit :
Certain real estate beginning at the Northl
west corner of George Ayres' wind-fall lot;
thence North 861 rods to the South line of
Matthias Reed's lot, thence East 170 rods to a
'corner, thence Sonelt '230 rods to a corner]
thence-West 63 rods to Rust line of Ayres' lot
thence North by-Ayres' East line one hundred
arid forty-six rodttcp-Ayres's North-east cor
ner, thence West 406!7 rods to plate of begin-.
ning ; _containing one hundied and fiftyacres,
and being plot of Warrants 212, - 2118. and
2189, and Is tudstlY io Stlnimit TonmShip, Pot-,
ter County, Pa., on which there is about thir
ty acres of clearedland,, one frame-barn, one,
frame house, and'n small out-hot:de Seized,l
taken in execution,andlo be sold*. the pro=
peify of Martin Watson. , , f i.
ALSO=Certaln real tslate, situate in Alle
gany and Ulyseesi Toii - Ostip.l„Potter County,
Pa:, bounded Norflt by lands kittraii,er
1 Monroe, East by lands of H. Redlelletli, South
by lands of Wm:' Morley and A. 'Byani; and:
West by lands of Nathan Brown. and A. Ray
mond; containing sixty-nine acres, dr Which
thirty acres aredmprOved, with, one fraMe barn,
one board honk, and some fruit trees thereon.
Seized, taken in executitint, and tali& sold as
the property of WHliant Nelson. '
ALSO- -:-Certain, real estate to wit : Lot No.
60 of the allotmeni of lands in Sweaderi Town
ship.,potiter, County, Pa., beginning St a post
the North-west corner o Lot No. 32 of the al
lotment of lands it! Sweden Township; thence
South on the West line of said Lot; No. 32 one
- hundred and sixty rods to a post, thence West
fifty 7 three rods to :a.post standing in she East
line of Lot No. 29, thence North;; on line of
Hots Nos. 29 and 28 one humored . and sixty
rods to,n post, thence East along the South
line of Lot No. 37 53 rods to the plaCe orbegin
ning ;' containingls3 acres, of . which thirty
acres' are improved, with one log house,
one log barn, and, some fruit trees thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to'he sold as
the property of MOrris S. Carpenter.
ALSO—Certain ireal estate to-wit: Bound
ed on the North by Lot No. 118 of c allotment
of lands of M. C. Barber in Harrison Township,
and Lot No. '72 conveyed to Nathaniel Hub
bard, on the Oast by lot No. 73 andlot No.1:16
conveyed by Trustees Bingham estate to Hen.'
Cummings, on the: south by lot N&80, and-on
the west by lands of George Fox arid Sobieski
Ross. Lot No. 69, Conveyed to Henry nurture,
and Lot No. 118 aforesaid, beino . Lot N0:74
of the allotment Of lands of M. C: Barber in
HarriFon Township and part of Warrant No.
1101 Potter County, Pa.; containing 64 . 5 acres,
be the same more 'or less, with the usual al
lowance of six per cent. for Roads,,Scc., about
fifty acres of which are improved, with one
frame hduse and frame barn thereon., Seized,
'taken in execution, and to be sold as the pro
perty of Calvin Cummings. . - 1 ,-
ALSO—Certain real estate to wit: Bounded
North by the State' line and Highwny, East by
' lot No. 349 of allot?nent of Bingham Estate in
Bingham. Township add lots in possession of
D. Robbins and D. C. Rowe, south by lot of
Wm. Hill 'and west by east line Of Genesee
township; containing - 116.3 acres with the
usual allowance of six per cent. for roads, Ex.,
being lots Nos. 1 and 26 of the allotment of
lauds , of S. M. Fox; dec'd, in Bingham town
ship and part of Warrant No. 1240. about 40
acres of which are improved, with one frame
barn, one frame house, one log hems, and some
fruit thereon. Nized taken in execution, and
to be sold as the proirty'of Lester Stone.
ALSO—Certain rea eseate situate in Sha
ron township, Potter County, Pa., described
as follows, to wit:. Beginning at the North
east corner of the lot deeded bv'John Keating
and others to Win. Lister in tiiii.rl No. 2288„
thence East along the line of load known as
i'Aubigney tract 106•5 perches to the cor
d* a lot original! deeded to 13. 1 1'. Nichols,
;e South onet :mired and 'three and
ies to a corner o mos A. Newton's land,
thence by line of said land south thirty- nine
degrees West thirty-three and four-tenths
perches to the Osw:iyo road, thence along said
road south fifty-one degrees east one perch.
thence along the Stevens and Nichols mill road
south fifty-five :and one-half degrees west forty
seven perches to the line of Nichols and Stev
ens mill lot, thence North seventy-six degrees
west forty.nine :,erches to the line of the aboVe
named Lister lot, thence North one honored
and forty-five perches, to The place Of begin
ning; containing ninety-three acres and six
tenths of an-acre, 80 acres of whieh are im
proved, on which al!e erected one fraine house,
one frame barn, add other oat buildings and
fruit' trees thereon.
ALSQ—ReaI estate in Clara township, viz:
Be.zifining, at the li,'ast line of warrant No.
217 S and being theiSoutli-east corner of the
farm Occupied by Sala Stevens, thence South
eighty perches to the North-east corner of a
lot sold at Sheriff's sale to Joseph Mann its the
property of W. B. Graves, thence by the line
of said land and . Wm. V. Keating & Co. west
one hundred-and eighty perches to the corner
of James Tyler's, land, thence by the East line
of said Tyler's land North eighty porees to
the line of Sala Stevens' land, thence b. the
South" line of said Stevens' land east one un
dred and eighty per i clies to the place of begin
ning; containing 90 acres, 55'of which are im
proved,andbeingpart of war.N0.2178,0n which
are erected 1 frame house, 1 frame barn, and
some fruit trees thereon. Seized; taken in
execntion, and to be sold as the property of
10. C. Warner and 'Peter Batement.
ALSO—Certain real estate to wit: Bounded
on the North by lots Nos. 119 and 59 of the
allotment of the lands of Margaret ,C. Barber
in 'Harrison township, on, the East by East
part of lot No. 156,10 n the South by lands of
G. Fox and_ Sobieski Ross, and on the West by
Said lands of Fox and Ross and lot No. 119
aforesaiM eontainiya . 62-5 acres, be the same
more or less, with‘ta usual allowance of six
per cent. for roads,,di .. being the West part
Of lot No. 156 of o allo went of lands of M.
C. Barber in Harrison township and mire of
warrant Nos. 1105 and 1192 Potter County.
„Pa., About sixty acres of-Which are improved,
with one frame lrOnse, one frame !barn, one
log house, one log barn, and some fruit trees
thereon. Seiled, taken in execution, and to
be sold as thel property of Thomas D. Lillie.
A 0-=-Certain real estate to wit : Bounded
on th North I:.y leit s ,No. 59 of the allotment of
lands f M Bar er in Harrison township,
on th East by lot ',i'' . 61, on the South by
lan of G. Fox and . Ross, and on the West
by ,Vest part of fano. 156 ; containing 73.6
acr q, with the usual allowance of six per
cent. or roads, &c., being the east part of lot
NO. 156 of he allotment of lands of M. C. Bar
ber-inrisen township and part of warrants
Nos. Hand 1192, Potter:County, Pa.., about
fifteees of which are improved, with one
log i thereon. seized, taken in execu
tion, and to be sold as the, property of James
' ALSO—Certain real estate, to wit : Bound
ed on the North and West by lands of George
Fox and. Sobieski Ross, on the South by lot
' No. 48 conveyed by trustees of Bingham Es
tate to Isaac klyam and by lot No. ,47 of allot
ment of lands of S Boss in UlysseisTtownship,
and on the East by :lots Nos. 46 and 43 of said
allotment, and No. :45 conveyed. by trustees
aforesaid to Thomas Hamilton, being lot No.
44 of the allotment of S. Ross, in Ulysses
township and part of war nt No. 1273, Pot
ter CO., Pa., containing 8.4 acres, be the
same more or less With he usual allowance
of 1 per cent, for roads .1z • about 40 acres, iiff
which. tiOlimproved, with one. frame house,
ono to am and "a quantity of fruit trees
thereon. 'Seized, taken in execution, and to
be bold as ...roperty of Samuel Gibbs:
//,/- i WIT. F. BURT, Sheriff.
Coudersport, Sept 2, ism_ ~ 1
;::AGENTS WAN:TEIY4 .
pi4._ from $25 to - s7.s.•iieF: month,
and a eitlenses, active-. Agents, or give a
cotuntilsiOn„ Particulars Sent free.; - Address
EWA . - 1 cat Ccistrssv, R,. JAMPL,
General Agent, Milan, Ohio,
• We dnesdayß.N.S
orrecte every by 'TER
MS t BRO. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions,
opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel, •
(2 , Coudersport, Pa.
404 green, 1.1 bush,, • ' .$ 37i to 623
do dried, " 100 200
Beans, r 44 ' 100 150
Beessvax, lb., 20 -
Beef, • ; 4 4 • 4 6
Berries, dried, quart • 6 I?,i
Rue,kivisetti, 11l bush., 44 50
Eater; `qf f l,lb., •
Cern, 9 bush.,
Corn Zeal, per cwt.,
Eggs, V. doz ,
Flour, extra, 11 bbl.,
do superfine "-
Hams, `l9 lb.,
Hay, qp ton,
Honey, per ib., -
Staple Sugar, per lb.,
Onions, ' " .
do in whole bog, lb.,
Potatoes, per bush.,
Penebes, dried, "11 1b.,-
Poultry, ` , O lb.,
Rye, per bush.,
Salt, "fi bbl.,
do re sack,
Trout, per # bbl.,
Wheat, VI bush.,
White Fish, bbl.,
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of ad
ministrat'on on the estate of BENI T.
ROXIB, late of Sweden township, Potter
dec'd, have been granted to the subscriber by
the Register of Potter county, to who& Ull
debts due:to said estate and claims against
the same, iuust be presented for settl , ment or
payment. J. W. BIRD, Adtur.
Sweden, Sept. 2, 1861. Gt
BY ; virtue of an order issued in the Or
phates Court of the'County of Potter and
to us directed, we shall expose to sale by pub
lic vendue: or outcry, at the Court House in
the borough of Couderspfirt„ an Monday, the
23d day of, Sept. next,
_at one o'cloch, P. M.,
the following described real estate,
Beginning at the soot truest corner of square
No. 21,: thence east eight perches to the south
west corner of lot No 221, thence north twent
ty-fotti feet to the south-east corner of a lot
deeded to Sarah J. Sehoomaker, thence west
parallel with second street eight rods to the
east line of east strees, thence south along
the lino ofnast street twenty-four feet to, the
phice of beginning, being the south part of lot
No 210 on square 'No 21 in said borough;on
which is erected one - Two-Story Store Ileum
iALSO a :strirtof land in the borough of Con.-
dersport, bounded and described us follows :
beginning at the south-east corner. of lot No
219 thence east along the north line Of SOMA
street forty feet to a post, thence northerly
parallel with East street twelve rods to a post,
thence :westerly parallel with Seeond.street
forty feet to the south-east corner of lot No
207, thence southerly along the east side of
lots No:208, 209 and 210 twelve rods to the
place of beginning, 0 beim , part of said square
- :ALSO certain real estate ,situate in I\thar
ton township, Potter countv f :Pa., briunded on
the north by lands late of fon - tither/ Oard,L : evi
P. Card, and George P. W. Card, east by J.L.
Nelson and south and west by the Sinnemaho
ning creek, containing* alma three steps of
ALSO an undivided half part of one acre
of land in Wharton township. Potter comity,
Pa deicribed as follows: commending on the
bank of the Sinnernahoning ereek six rods
above the-saw-mill built by the Cara'c, thence
about four or five rods to the gut tereon,
south-east along the gut far enough to make
an acre, thence Westerly to the bank of, the
creek, thence op the creek to the place of.be
ginning, containing one aereof improved land
on which is one water saw-mill and one Ironic
ALSO; one undivided half of certain real
estate in said Township County and State,
described as follows : Bounded on the North
by iunseated lands, on the Bast by the Shine
ma:honing creek, ou the South ,and West ley
unseated lands, containing .about one hun
dred acres of which about three acres are
improved, being real estate of the late N.
Terms, onelthird cash at the date of sale
and the balance with interest in one year from
W. IL MiniaAn, Admsr's.
IL J. OLMSTED,
Coudersport, Aug. 27, 1861.
, Divorce Notice.
DANNAH S. BILLINGS," No. 11, February
by her next friend Term, 1861. ',ln,
E. O..pERRY, theCommonPleas
vs. _ of Potter county.
lIARVE I 4 BILLINGS. Libel in Divorce..
A subpoena and alias stibpcena having been
issued in this case and returned Nihil, the
said Harsei Billings, the respondent above
named, is hereb r notified and required to he
and appear in our Court of Common Pleas,
the' next. , Terrn of stild Court - at Coudersport,
in the county of ;Potter ' to answer the com
plaint of the libellant. Wit. F. BURT, Shff. I
Coudersport, ug. 12,1.861
Ahbo t ,TownshiP--
HREE TEAC t ERS WANTED. 1.,
T4e School-Term begins on the first Of
Ootober.' : Applications Ili:vested to he sent
in as soon as possible.• 114 SLINGER,
Aug. 1. I [pd] Sec! B. S. D.
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• sale of the New York Dailies, 7eeklieS,
the American Monthlies and Quarterlies, arid
all the foreign Periodicals. Terms to suit
the times. 1 .' 4 ' I
Ze — The Tribune for sale, every evening.
llgk„At the POST OFFICE. I I
. 4 • , Notice. . - 1
WHEREAS,' letters of Administration to
the estate, of ALVAH C. TAGGART,
late of - the ,county of Potter, deceased, have
been granted to; the subscribers, all persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate_ payment, and apse having claim's
against the-same,will present them duly au
thenticated for ttlement. I I
. ! POLLY ANN TAGGART, 1
i . 1 JOHN P. TAGGART; I,'
Amg. 21, 1861 , Adniinistrators' I 1
for sale it this °eke
r • , a ,
- The Couderspot Ab.a eniy
iurt.LL. be re-opened ,n lionOtt , S4t. 9,
V V 18_61. The: Fall .Ternt 'Will continue ,
thirteen weeks, clniinit.O. 0; sVcates'or Tui.-
tion, 'ac heretofOye,iviz i ! • v . , 'i '. . : 1,
Primary Instructjon, -.I ; ..' j, $•00
Common Engli:sh:,. ~. 1- 1 ~. ; "6 50
Higher Entrlieh end latni,-4.. , 50 •
French, extra, -. ,.- . . 1 1
WY - A, Teachers, Class 1011 be paned if
de:ifed. • 7 ' , I I 7
( CLARA ST:OC&WELL, Princiiml.
i . , KATNIIO DOTGAL....A.'SSStarIt,
.: } • , 1 , •
• FOR ,PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
And for the speedy; ogre of :thd 4
Scrofula and Siercifttlitp/illiheticinsoinch
as Tumors, Uleers,! Sores, Eruptions,
Pimples," Pustules, 1. ;[Notches, Boils,
Dining, and all•Sk.in Diseases. i.
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Oanaria,4ral., Bth Jim, 1859.
J. C. Area .% Co.• Gents:' I peel it my duty Ito ao ,
knowledge what, your ; Sarsaparilla has; done for me:
Raving Inherited a Scrofulous hifection, I have saffered
from it in earldom ways for years. Sometimes it Must
out in Dicers on my lands and arms; 'sometimes it
turned inward and distressed me at the Stomach:. Two
years ago it broke '
out on my IteM aud covered my scajp •
and ears with ohe sore Which: wataainfut and loatbsofaio
beyond description. lirleil rioadyViedleines and severs'
physicians, but without much reliekfrom any thint. In
fact, the disorder grew worse: - At langtlt4 was rejoiced
to read in the Gospel Mea.scngerithat you bad prepared
an alterative (Sareaparlite), for I knew ireful your repute
lion that any thing you matte Mint be good. I•sent to
Cincinnati and got it, and used it MLR cur,ed me.. I took
It, as you advise, in, entail iloses at a teaspoonful over a
month, All[lll9o almost threri, bottles. Nev dud healthy
'skin soon began to forni under ethe scab; w dell after a
while fell off. My skin is now clear, and I now by•my
feelings that the disease has eene from my sy tem.; Yon
QM well believe that I feel whet I am saying when. I tell
you, that I hold you to' be one of the apostle a of the age,
and remain over'gnitefully. Yours, i 1 i-.
rj ; ALFItED 11. ALLEY.
S. Anth r onyts :Fire, .Iliosie or' Er alphas,
Tatter and Salt itlie 1111 l , Scat II Read,
Ringworm, Sore ,Eyes, Dropsy. l'
Dr. Robert M. Preble-writes from Salem, . Y:,. 12th
,Supt., 1859, that. he basecured ~ an inveter e case o
Dropsy, - which threatened to terminate feta ly, by f-
perseveing nso of our Saaparilla, and 'deo a dangerous
Atalignant' Erysipelas by large doses of the°Jerseys
ho Mites the Common Ertiptioulliy It constan ly. l;
Broneltocele,•aOltreur Swelled Neck.
Zebuion Sloan of Prospect, Texts s, wri te s: tfhree bot
tles of your Sareaparilla cured Mm e fro a ail e—a bid-_
eerie swelling on the neck, avidith I bad suffered: from
'leer two years." . :: • 1'.1: ' '
Leucorrlsoea or ‘PlaitcS.Dvarian!'neulor,
Uterine Ulceration, Female Di eases..
~ 1 • ,
Dr. J. D. Clialining; Of NeW (York City, Writes ;' I
Most cheerfully comply with .the request of yonr agent in'
itaying.l have found your Sarsaparilla a most - excellent
alterative in this numerous complaints for !winds we
employ such a. remedy; but espeetelly in Ratak. Diseases
of the Scrofulous dinilsesis. , l hdenrured many inveter
ate cases of Leneorriveri by it, and dome where the corn-,
plaint was caused by raceteition of the utertis. The siker
anon itself was soon cured, Nothing within my knowl
edge equals It for these female derangements.' 1
Edward S. Marrow, of ,Newlmry, Ala., writ e§. "A Ilan: ,
serousr ordrien tumo on one of the , females in y finitlye
Which had dated all the femeffle_s we could ploy,,bas
et length been completely cured by your Extinct efEar
saparilla.- Our Physician thought. nothing but extirpa
tion could afford relief, but :he adelsed the trial °t r yout
Sarsaparilla as the last resort before cutting, s M d it
proved effectual. After takingsnue remedy eight Weekst
no symptom of the disease iletnaitte" • i
Syphilis and, Mercurial Dlseasn.
New GetrAgs, 25th August, 1859.
• Da. T. C. Awn: Sir, I cheerfully comply with' Ceti re.
;nest of your agent, and report to,you eome_of I the effects
I have realized with your Sarsaparilla. ' some,
I have cured with it,'ln My practice, most cf the coup
plaints for which it is incominended; and intro finned int
!fleets testy wonderful "In the entio(of 'Petered and Nes ,
.;:trial Disease. One of my tatiedte had Syphilitic Ulcers
"'a his threat, which were consuming his palate and the
top of his month. your !,:Sarsandrillasteatilly taken,
:ured him In five weeks. ..A
.nother was Mocked by-see.
3ndary symptoms in, his :nose, and theodeeration had
eaten away a considerable part Of It, so. tliat I helievo.the
disorder weidd coon reach.lile.braln and kill him.. lint it
yielded to my administratVin of ;your Sitreaperillatibe
ulcers healed, and ho is well again, not of emir e without
souse distlgundion to his face.: AL Woman who had been
,treated for the saute-disorder byrnereury w suffering
from this poison rat her bones. They had beco eso sea
eitive to the weather that on g damp - day oho suffered ex-
eructating pain in her jointsaud ;honest Sla , tcq, was;
,enred entirely by yoUr Sarsaparilla in t few weeks. 1
know trent its formula, which your agent. gar me, that
this Preparation from your rkbo
,ratory must se a great
remedy; consequently, tiles& hilly remarks le results
with it have not surprisedirne.• . , i
Fraternally yours; •G. T. LARISIER,IT 'b.
• Rheumatism, Gout, • Lirer Cainiilalut.
lenrreenexce,!Pre4ton'Co., ye., Mil July, 1 8 59.
Da. J. C. Arta: Sir, I have been: afflicted with a pala
tal chronic Rheumatism for A long, thus, Which baffled .the
skill of physicians, anti shock 'to me in (Tito 'of ail the
:emedies I could find, instil I tried your Sarmparilla.• Ono
settle cured nee in two weeks, and' reetated pry general'
wealth sennich that I run far better than . before I Was.
. attacked. I think it a wonderful niedicintl• J. yIIEAM.
Jules T. Getchell, of St. LNe
onis,'ritest 4 "I have been
efilieted for years with an ajlalioil of lli Jiver, which
destroyed my health. I tried every 'thing, nd every thing,
failed to relieve me; and I have been a brditen-down Man
for seine years trine do' other cause than xleraitgement of
the liver. .'ily beloved pastor, the Rev. Mr. Espy, advised
meat. try your Sarsaparilla, because Ito saki lie know yen,
and any thing you madd was worth tryieg4 , Byl the Ideas.
tug of God it has cured use, and has so purified my.fflood
as to make a new man of me. •I feel youtig againsl The
best that can be said of you is not half good enough."
'• - I
Seltirrus,Caticer Tarmori,Vithiteg l ement,
Ulceration Caries and: Exkliation of
the Bones. . - i . E 1 ,
~.. , , .
A great variety of casesharbeen reported t. us Where
cures of these - fermidable complaints heel rest ited Ifrom
the use of this remedy, but our, space hereowill [not admit
them. Some of then' may ber fanild in lour lAtueirican
Almanac, which the agents below; named , . are pleaied to
furnish gratis to all who cell for Wein.: •i• , c
Dyspepsia. Ifeart Disease, FI si 3
ay, Zllclariclroly, Nettralgic
Many remit:era:Me cities of these' affect6ms I
made by the alterative poorer of this medi4ne.
lutes the vital' funclieng into rigdrous action,
overcomes dieordera whirls would ,bo supposed
teach. Such a remedy latsiong been reqMrell 1
mssitles of the people, and 70 are confident the
do for them alt that medicicando. 1 •
flyer's . ...04e rt.P6ct,
FOIL TIID lliPip CVltffl - OF •
Coughs, Coldi,.lii u m
enia, Hoar ess,
Croup, Bl'oneltitts, Incipient Con..
111111144101), ',and for-the it.ei etri
of CorisumPtive Patients ', •
. ' in atWanp.ed 'Stages ' i 1,. -
• • ' of the i Disease. - , -
This Is a remedy•so Miiiv4rsally thown to su r pass any
other for the core of throat find lung coniplainis, that it.
is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues:: - Its
unrivalled excellence for cohghe and colds, dud its ;truly
wonderful curse. of pnlinetiary disease, have made it
known throughout the el4lized nntions of the earth.
'Few are the communities, or oven families, among them
who - have not some personal eXperienco of its effects—
some living trophy in their midst df its victor} over the
subtle and dangerous disort ere of Om theadt and lungs.
'As all know the dreadful finality of these disorders, and
as they know, too, the effects of thia,remedy, wd need not
do more than to assure tbeete that it Les now all the vie
Cues that It didhave when inaking . the cures which have
woe ea strongly upon the edufidence of mankind.' 1
. . .
'Prepared by Di. J. C.l,:itEil & CO., 'Lovrell, Nan.
1 - - , I
Sold by C. S &:'E. , . Jon,es, Conilcrsp(irt
Mann & Nichols, t.ilip rt ; N. J. Mills) Coles •
burg ' • Cottrell & Lyzn,an, Roulet ; A. Corey &
Son, Ulysses; A iB. lllorton, Cusliingville;
and by. Dealers gcnerilly_ 1:.. , !
5 50 :6A/0
5 50 16 00.
• 10 124
75 1 ; 00
21 OG 23 00
- 371 50
100 1 124
NEW ARR - NG'EIti.EN 1 - '
...„,. The undersigned arcing
..,0, „ just receii•ed a lar l e and
---4 : -- " 1 " . - 6 Well elected,stock of I' •
CLOCKS, WATCES & SE Wre f liltY ,
offers-theta for sale at jl prices that' will Om
pare favorably with tl ose of any city or town
within 100 miles.i - ery article ,of
and every style of Watches and. Clanks neu
ally found in retail! St res kept constantly! on
head, and warrantedo be as represcited.—
Also, Bears Patent Be i rolvert kept on hand.
and,sold cheap. ' ! , - 1 4 11
• jar Repairing i dot e
on Short notfce, in
good style and fair re. s. '1 • ' '
Call and sec me• at the sign 'of tint "p'
Watch:" . • , 13 1 C: LC wAitiii 'ER,
Coudersport, Jan. - T.IIBGL! .r 1 i
30 ttiTtiltitow.kcifVFOlfre 2 "mlval
' for which the i
M I a in tl e -e
will be paid in Subscriptio
1.! H. SMIII.ON*
ilailOst,secglyed,tiJama i;Ociio€I,IOODS if
41:100,ataoh as' j• 1 ]-
DELY 7 9IOOD6i .t
-• i`; ' OR6cEnts;
QUO NSWARI/i, - I
PPOVISIONS, such as ' 1 •••
SUGPS, • - - • ! .
sji 'I TEAS, •
SPICES; • •
• : , am; Ice.
Everything,,' in fact; of every kind, shape,. and
formi l that is 6t for Wearing; Eatiti , rink
in g, nponi i Looking at, of
, • • ,
pay the highest Price tor Wool,,Shin
gles, 4e.,.in.exchanke, part CASH if r.ie.essa
Will pay for Good Singles, El shilling;,
f(n , Wool 25 t0:36 ets., biraorelf Wpolshould
ad r vanCe. All goods as eIIEAP ai caa be
I- .. l , '
. . , , ~ •
'bonght ici the country.--Jdly 17:61,
',' , : - . L. BIRD,' ; . 1
• ..., •
Dilt,pat in: . -
~ i !
- ' ! TEA'
~, . . 1
&MAW , . 1 -
, , •
. DiLLAINES ' - . '
- ' arid so forth, and
.• l ) , 1 ,
all'ilibigs as belong to a country Store, inclu
ding 4 ;
_, • • •
• 'DCTI..L-BABIES ~ i. . .;
. ; and'iorne , '
and some . 1
CLOTHES. .: . .
in Itrookland, .(formerl2l dushingville.)
June, 1861. '1 . i. ,I
1 • ; • 'T .
TOME' can alit - ys bel found the best of
COoking, Bo* a d : •
Also, M. and SI=FT -IRON .WATIrE,, POTS,
KETTLES,' - . SPIDI1B8:. SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PASS, .S.,P-PAVS . , and I IIAULD
RONS. Also I
such',as PLOWS; ; I SORAI?EIiS. CBITIVA
DOPOWERS, ' •
T E R ¶ORK
is well made and the material good. Good and
iubstaiatial EATESi-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the County-I-Terms easy. Ready Pay
of including aqh, seldom iefusecl.
Btore on Main Street opposite the 1 . 114 Conti
House,' Coudersport; ,Aug. 1, 185.9.--59
OTC LOST, lIOV RESTOREO. •
M .I:;,Just in - a;veald envelope:
UN Td NATURE, TREATMENT, ANERADiEat, CORE
oFSP4liztkrottunce.t, or Seminal Wen kness,S-x
-ual Nervousness . and involuotar.,
inducing:lmpotpacynnd Mentnl and
Phys!Cal incapacity. . .
• BY. RISIIT. J. ceLVEYTELL, 3f. D.,
Thy important fact that the awful conse
quences of self-abuse waylhe effectually cured
without internal medicines or. the dangerous
applications of emirs, instruments, medica
ted hOngics, , and ,O her empirical devises, is
here 'clearly demon i s6ated, and the entirely
nc w and highly successful: treatment, as adop
ted by . the ,celebrated author
by means of ,whicli every one is enabled to
cure himself ptifeclly; aid' at the least possi,
ble cost, , thereby ctioiding the advertised
nostre of the day n This lecture will prove
a lieorflo - thoitsan# and thotniands.
Sent tinde'r!seal, in a plain cnvclope,to any
.tddreSs, post. paid, on the
_receipt of two post-
Aga stumps, by addressirtg
• • • Di- C 4. Q.
127 p q weryi IY•evr Orl
ilfiNa Vog T .
im Es ;
A NECESSITY IN i TVERY i USEIIOtD i •
-JOHNS k CROSLE "S i ; ,
Ait:griC43 Cernev Gl ue;
Tke strdigest Gltieln the World, '.
For bpmenfing lif'cOd; "feather,
ivory, Citina,i Hatble, force!airi,, .
, Alabaster, 113 one, Cortil, fp'... •
The vily article Of ihe kind ever Irid• due:
• ed Which will tritlifstancl Water.
I E1.,.. - TRAurs , : -
itEvv,3 , housekelper should 'hare a supply
of Salim k Crosley's American Cement Glue."
—.Yew York Times. 1 , '
'lt is so convenibut to have in the house."
—Say lark .Erpresi.
'lt is alxvay's ready i this :commends it to
eve r rybody,"-4,V. Y.lbteperulent.
, ."We have tried itl, and Ifind it as useful in
oar bduSe as water.'(— ITritkei Spirit of the Tim!
IPi4ce *5 eCOmitti :per Matte.
Very 'iberal reductions to Wholesle Dealers.
. ; 1 ' T.ER,Ms CASH.
For sale by 411 Druggists and Store
keepe'ri; generally throughout the country.
, J 1, • ., ;JOHNS & CROSLEY
• .. .....-, 1 , • . (Sole Manufictufells,) ,
'ZS; ;William Street, New York.
i i Carrier of Liberty stre'et.) jyoly
and ! thus
3 flee ne•
t this will
In all Parts of the, Country
To obtain Subscribers for
Los4lng's pictorial Field-Book
In Tiro Volatiles loyal, Octavo,. containing
. H upward of
1500 Pages and 1100 Beautiful Illttatrations.
This work Will be sold exclusively by Agts,
to ealch of wbom a special District. will be
giv'en.; : ;Rare inducements offered. Applicants
Should name the Counties they would prefer.
Agents wanted also for other works appro
priate to the times. i •
:, Naps of the Seat of War
Flag iErivelopes and Paper, NiseellaneousPooke,
etc „sop:plied. Address •
GEO W ELLIOTT,
Elarpnr's Bu ldinr Franklin Square, N. 1-.1
iTztY t N -
Op ; LBS..of WOOL; viantect.gyrat,ffly
I)•ERTISR! in the Jounseu it is the on,
ly paper, in Potter county, and is-a - gOod
iuediup4 through avhiefrto reach the people of
all districts ! s
litattr r Nt s Peritf t • :'; tli)p'gbilttol; tough I
_ I STreity,then your 11, fee
• TilitiDAT bEtIsTFECTIIOI4
GOOD 'FOR CLERGtir i ,
GOOD FOR LECT - • ERE, •
_ GOO') FOR PIIIILIO.SPR,ikERE,
GOOD FOR SisiGERS, •
' 00 D FOII.,COYSiMPTITES,
GENTLE!EN CAF.E:r „
sr.nniNd , s ctixrEoTioSs;
;t.- • -
1••' ; LAI7IE3 A l y priacirsl3 WITH ' . . ,
. , cfixt.tlitiS Ott' on
SI4LbriNG'S THRbgi COFFECtiONit
They relieve a Gough instantly., •
They e ear the.T2iioat.
They tire strength ,and volume to the 7;44;
114 impart a delieli;ns aroma to the breath
They are delightful to - the trste.
They - nie Made, of simple heriis and Call /14
harm any one.
I advise every One w 1 hasia bOti o N.cir
Husky Voice or a Bad Meath, Or any diik j enia
ty of the Throat, to get a Package ofmylbroa
Confectioni, they will relieve " yon instantly
and you wiii dgree iisll rie,tbattiteygojlVAt. ,
to the spot." YOu will find thentyery useftil
and pleasant While traveling or attending pub.
lic meetings , lbr stilling year COugh or alla y ..
ing your Wroth. If you try One,paeliage fent
safe in saying that you Will. ever afterwards
consider .ahem indiSpensible. Youjvill 'fin
them at the Druggists and Dealers in , edleineti
PTtICE TWENTY-FIVE GENI 4 .9.
NlYsignf!!:tu'e is on each package. All otheri
are- cometerfeit. •
A' Package Will be sent byjnall, pre paid;
on receipt of Thirty Cents.
Address,. BURY C. SPALDING,
No. 48 Cedar street, New-Yolk.
, • - ..'dcußE
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ii.TERVOU G HE A D.ii:CECE,
ALL KINDS 'OF HEA/tACECti
By the use of these Pills the periodic attacki
of Nerivus or Sick Headache may be prevent-.
ed ; and if taken at the commencement at ad
attack immediate . relief from pain and
ness will bpohlatued.
They seldom tail in removing the Lucas .
and Hectilach7; to 14hich fettafe's cute fin sub'.'
!They act gently upon tlie bowels.—remov.
ing Cost/rerun. •
For Literary Xien, Students, Delicate
males, and all pers9ns of. seclftitory habit, thei
are valuable as a Laz•ative, improving the ay•
petite, giving-tone and -vigor to the digi.stiv,ztor
gans, and restoring the natural clastrity-tind t
strength of the whole system.:
The' cErizAuto. PILLS are-theiresult i of
long fnvestigation and careftillY eondt . icted ex:
periments, having •heed in use many years;
during rhieh, time they hare
. li,.revel l ited and:,
relieved a Taseatiii4nt .Pain arid niffering:
from ifea&che, Whether origiipling in the;
Iterimus system of fro&t . a 166. i-e d. state of the
They are eirtirelYlv . egeizttle is theii•Compo-:
sition, and may e taken at all times with pert
feet safety with tit linking any Cliane of di:- 1
et, and the abse ce of et.4Y . disagreeable caste ra s a:
tiers it easy to ilti . hliatct th'etii to cliildreii.
• , i3E#413... OF COUNTERFEITS': • -
The genuine, haye live signatures of>llenry 6:
Spalding on each Box..
Sold ,bY'.l3 ( ruggists and. all Other YLlcz:a in?
Medicines.' „ f
A Box will be Lent by mail/ ptepaid f repaidon ret :
ceipt of the' •
. , ,
P. O'lbox 4586.
d 15 CENTS: .
All Oran should De addressed to
gENRY G. SPALDING
d 8 Cedar Street, Neir.:York;"
BPAtipING 6 S
CEPHALIC PILL O;
WILL comvciatr: NiEfOSUFFEfr FR:Oi
e t I
r• _ -.2
SPEEDY AND SWRE CUB
IS WITHIN THEIAREACH.
ve)... - 9 single bottli of SPALDINGIS rRi
, PARED GLUE i wiil save ten tie
- its cost annually . ..al . I
- *SPALDWG'S PREPARED GLt Ei
sPADINd'S PREPARED Gt,l7El
- PREPARED GIMEr
• • SAVRTHE PIECES! . L,. „-
ECONOMY. f .
Aar, dA STITCIII*Tufg SATES •
As :accidents will happen, eVei9in-Well Teti:
ulated families, it is very, de,s,lrligre I td - have
some, cheap and convenient way fOrlr'epairinr,
Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &c. , I -
meets all such emergerieies, aticruo
can afford to be without . it. Ti kii,alvrays7,
ready, and up to the, sticklig - -
giDSEFITL EC EVERY HOVSE,-''
Brush, accompanies 'each lißtilgx„.
Price, 5 cents. ',Address,
HENRY C SPALDING,
11 . 4'.'4.11 . CEDARStret,-li 4 w--,Vork , • •
•J As certainunpne - eiplediiersottitareatienijit- -,-
ing to"palni" off on the unsasp,ectingl
imitations , otnV EIMPARET)OWE,I
caution till peison o.exa mde befOte arch as.;
ing, land see that' the fall . nanie, - '
is on the ontkide ,wraltr!al alt ottfer