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TAB POTTER. COUNTY: JOURNAL
is the only paper published in Potter county,
circulates among_ an intelligent class.of peo
ple, find is thus an excellent
city and Country Advertising.
TrariSient Advertisements and those. frOm
&Stance must be Cash or have.respoasible re
to receive attention,
must*directed to the Editoi; and contain
the ilt i4e`of the writer. No attention paid to
anonymous communicatrons. . •
TERIIS.—One cOpy,one year,.sl;.Six copies
$5; Twelve copies, $lO Twenty popies, $18;
with-one to the pnrson raising the'Club. The
mone y must acco.mpanyl the names.
c on aersport, Wednesday Evening, Sept. 18, 1861
sei-There 'will be Ino Jury Court this
term, for reasons stated tri another place.
sErWe have not yet received the Mus
ter Roll of the "boys." At last accounts
they were expected to leave Harrisburg
yesterday, , would propably join Col.
Christ's Regiment. They were in good
spirits and gettine along well.
serA brother of Mrs. Maynard, of this
village, Was shot at Betina - Vista, Elk
county, by the accidental discharge of a
`See the notice “Information NY ant
ed." We have sent out of the county a
great number of men, 'and it is a matter
of interest to all to know how many. : Will
those aAdressed please see to the matter
as far as possible, so that we can have
some reliable information. Potter bas
done bravely and it is nothing more than
hUman that we let the ,people know it;
Ear.We notice that the 13ridga over
the river at the foot of Main Street is
nearly finished, adding very much to the
beauty and convenience of that dnd of our
. t 1
Sec new advts. 'Union Hotel is
recommended to the business public. A
notice to property holders on - East Street.
INDISPEN SABLE - -If you want healthy,
light bread, biscuit and pastry of all
kinds, use only D. B. De Land
Cliemical Saleratus. i l t is truly the 'ltouse
wife's favorite," and is indispensaik
producing the y.bove results. You\
get ti of all respectable dealers 'c•
• Zes'Elicfe will Fast• Day exere -es,
a(the Methodist church on the morui
of the day appointd by the President,)
Thursday of next Week at 11 o'clock, A. I
M. A sermon suitable to the occasion
will he preached bylllev.o. Strong; both
of our Ministers will be present. All are
cordially invited to attend. •
"J. L." was received too lac fo
There is much suffering in some
parts of the wand- from Diptheria. fThe
damp weather will shop be upon us. Peo
ple should be very careful to keep both
dry and: warm. It has caused quite
number of deaths, and too great, care_
cannot be taken to avoid it.
David Todd, the old wheel horse of
Democracy inli Ohio, said in a recent
speech at Cleyelan,d, am frank to s con-,
fess that I heartily- endorse and approve'
,every act of Mr. Lincoln since his inau
guration. I would support him as soon
as I would Andrew'Jackson." How dif
ferent from the bastard Democrats - who I
are secretly and underhandedly trying to
prejudice the people against the Admin
istration I '
Shall three hundred, thousand Slave
holders in the Rebellious StatCs rule and
ruin Thirty Millions of people for, the
benefit of Slavery? Disguise' it as you
may, this is one important phase of the
great question now before the American
people. Haying failed to do it with bal
lots they are now rescrtini to bullets.
Shall they succeed ? Every patriot will
thunder NO !
At a meetibi, of the Burgess and Council of
the. Borough of . Coudersport, held. July 12.
1861, it was ordained : ,That the holders of
property on the east side of East street, be
tween Second street and Fifth be and they
are hereby required to build Plank Side-Walks
in front of their respective lots - in accordance
with Ordinances heretofore passed regulating
the building of Plank Walks.
• \ F. W. KNOX, Burgess..
Attest: ..Ti co. M. HAIIILTO:ff, Sec'y.
ARCH .STREET, ABOVE THIRD,
lIPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor.
This Hotel is central, con' cnient by
Passenger cars : to all:parts of the city, and in
every particular adapted to the [ants of the
business public. 1
10—Terms $1 50 per'day.—E3g
SHERIFF'S ! SALES,
BY VIRTUE of sundry writs 'of Venditioni
Exponas, Fieri Macias and Lovari Facias ,
issued out of the Court of - Common Pleas of Pot.,
ter County, Pennsylvania, and to me directed, I
shall expose to public sale or outcry, at the Court
Bo use in Coudersport, on MONDAY,, the 23rd
day of Sept - 1861, at 10 o'clock, a. an., the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit :
• Certain real estate beginning at the Noah
west corner of Georie Ayres' wind :fall ; lot,
thence North 86.7 rods to the South line of
Matthias Reed's lot, thence East 170 rods to a
comer, thence South 230 rods to- a- corner,
thence West 63 rods to East line oPAyres' lot
, thence,Nor h bfAyres' East, line ene_huudred
1 tind'fortY-8 x rids' to,Ayres'a - North-oast cor
ner, thence est Tos.i rods to plaited begin . -
'rang ; coat initag, one hundred and fifty - acres;
and being:. part of Warrants '212,,fA 2118:and
2159; and i mostly in Summit Township, Pot
ter County, Pa.; - on whielf there is:about thir
ty acres of cleared laud, one frame barm•one
frame hoes''; and a - small' out-holm ' Seized,
takensin.elecution, and to be sold. as the pro
perty-of Mt rtin Watson. ' - . '
. ALSO—Certain real estate sitiate in Alle
gany and ( I .l,lysee4. To*Msfiipti,-Potter County,
Pa., botinded .North by kinds ofEtnmer B:
Mthiroe, East by lands of . IL Itoltelietli,:Sotitli
by lands of Wm. Morley, and A 2 BYana, and
West by lands
,of Nathan Brown and A. Pay
trtand ; containing sixty-nine acres, of which 1
thirty acres are improved; with one irame barn :
one board house, and some fruit trees thereon-
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as '
the property of Wdlliam Nelson. .. I
ALSO---Certain real estate to wit: Lot No.
GO of the allotment of lands in Sweeden Town
ship, Potter County, Pa.; beginning at a post
the North-west corner of Lot No. 32 of the 'al
lotment of lands in Sweden Township, thence
South on the West line..of said Lot N 0.32 one
hundred and sixty rods to a post, thence- West
fifty-three rods to a post standing in' she East
line of Lot No. 29, thence North on' line of
Lots Nos. 29 stud 28 one hunared and sixty
rods to a post, thence East along 'the South
line of Lot N0.31' 53 rods to the place orbegin
nin,g ; containing 53 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 be sold as
the property of Morris S. Carpenter.
ALSO—Certain real estate to wit: Bound
ed on the North by Lot No. 118 of allotment
of lands of 51. C. Barber in Harrison Township,
and Lot No. 72 conveyed to Nathaniel „Hub
bard, on the east by lot No. 73 and lot N 0.116
conveyed by Trustees Bingham estate to Hen.
Cummings, On the south by lot No 80, and on
the west by lands of George Fax and Sobiegki
Ross. Lot No. 69, convoyed to Henry. Hurltirt,
arid Lot No. 118 aforesaid, being Lot No. 74
of the allotment of lands of M. Barber in
Harrison Township and part of Warrant No.
1104 Potter Connty,Paq containing G 4.5 acres,
be the same more or less, with the. usual al
lowance of six per cent. for Roads, 4:c., About
fifty acres of 'which are improved, With one
franie house and frame barn thereon. SeiZed,
taken in execution, and to be sold as the' pro
perty of Calvin Cummings
ALSO-- r Cettain real estate to wit: Bounded
North by the State line and Highway, East by
lot No. 319 of allotment of Bingbani Estate in
Bingbain Township .- and lots in possession of
I). Robbins and D. C. Howe, south by lot of
Win. Hill and west by cast, line' of Genesee
township; containing 110.3 acres with the
usual allowance of six per cent. for roads,
being lots Nos. 1 and ;;0 of die allotment of
lands of S. M. Fox, deed; in Bing,hani town
ship and part of Warrant No. 1240. about 40
acres of woich are improved, with one frame
barn, one frame honse, one log boils, and some
fruit thereon. Seized, takeniu execution, an:d
to be sold as the property of Lester Stone.
ALSO--Certa?n real eseate situate in Sha
ron township Potter County, Pa., described .
as folLoWs. to Wit . Begirming at the North
east corner of the fat deeded by John Keating
and others to Wm. Lister in. War% No. 2288,
thence East along the line of land known as
the D'Aubi , :rney tract 106.5 perches to tho
e a lot originally deeded to 13. F. Nichols,
thence South due nowise(' and three and
perehet , to a corner of -linos A. Newton's land,
.hent - e by line of said land south thirty. nine'
d ;Pecs West thirty-three and • fout-tenths
pet lies to the Oswayo road, thence along said
road -outh fifty-one degrees east one perch;
thence: ong the Stevens and Nichols mill road
south M7-five:lx:A crue-half degrees --,-est forty
seven perches to the litie of Nichols and Stev
ens mill lot, thence North seventy-six degrceS
west furty.nine perches to the line of the above
named Lister lotythence- North one honored
and forty-lk.e perches to the place 'of hegin
ning; containing ninety-three acres and
tenths of an acre, 80 acres of which are int
proved, one which are erected one flame house
one frame bhrn, and other out bUildings and
fruit trees thereon:,
ALSO—Real estate in Clara township, viz:
Beginning at the East line of warrant No.
2178 and being the South-east' corder of the
farm occupied by Sala Stevens, thence South
eighty perches to the North-eaSt corner of
lot sold at Sheriff's sale to Joseph 31.-,inn as the
rulopertyof W. B. Graves, thence by the line
of said land and Wm. V. Keating ,V Co. west
one hundred and eighty perches to the corner
of James Tyler's laud, thence by the East line
cf said Tvler's land North eighty porches to
the line.e Sala. Stevens' laud, thence by the
South line of said Steven' land east one hun
dred and eighty perches to the place of begin
ning; containing 'JO acres, 55' of, which arc
proved,and being part of war.No.2l7B,en which
arc erected 1: frarie boue, 1 frame barn, and
some fruit trees thereon. Seized, take❑' in
exeention, and to he soltl,as the pioperly of
0. C. Warner and Peter Batenient.
ALSO—Certain real estate to wit: Bounded
on the North by lots Nos. 119 and. 5 1 3 of the
allotment of the lauds of Margaret C. Barber,
in Harrison township, on the East - by; Ease
part of lot No. 156, on the Sonth by lands - q
G. Fox and Sobieski Rasa, and on the West by
said - lands of Fox and Ross and lot No. 119
aforesaid; containing 62.5 acres, be the same
-more or less, with the usual allowance of ski
per cent. for roads, &c., being. the West part
of lot No. /36 of the allotmen6 of lands of M,
C. Barber in Harrison township and part of
warrant Nos. 1105 and 1192 Potter County.
Pa . ., about sixty acres of which are improved',
with one frame house, one frame barn, one
log house, one log barn, and some fruit tee
thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to
be sold its the property of Till:Maas D. Lillie.
ALSO—Certain real estate tdwtt : Bounded
on the North by lot No. ;,9 of the allotment of
lands of H. C. Barber in Harrison township
on - the East by lot No. GI, on the South by
lands of G. Fox and S. Ross, and on the West
-by West part of lot No. 156 ; containing 73.6
acres, with the usual' allowance of six per
cent for roads, ac., being the cast part of lot
No. 156 of be all6tment of lands of H. C. Bar
ber in Harrison township and - part of warrants
Nos. 1105 and 1192, Potter County, Pa., about
fifteen acres of which are improved, with one
log shanty thereon. Seized,: taken in execu
tion, and to be sold as the property of James
Lillie. - , ,
ALSO--Certain real estate, to wit: Bound
ed-on the North and West 14 lands of George
Fox and Sobieski Ross, on the Sonth by lot
No. 48 conveyed by trustees of Bingham Es
tate to Isaac Byam and by lot No. 47 of allot
ment of lands of S Ross in Ulysses township,
and on the East by lots Nosi 48 and 43 of said
allotment, and No. 45 conveyed .by trustees
aforesaid to Thomas Hamilton, being rot No.
44 of the allotment of S. =tess, in Ulysses
township and part of warrant No. 1273, Pot
terto., Pa.; containing 108 , 4 acres, be tiro
saute more or less .with the usunpallowance
of.o per cent, for roads &c., about 40 acres, 9f
which are improved, with one fram9 house,
one log barn 'and a - quantity, of fruit trees
thereon. Seized; taken in 432_% - enlion, and to
be sold as the property of Samuel Gibbs.
WM. P. BURTi Sheriff.
Coudersport, Sept. 2, 1861:'
$25 2 'I :1 $75 I
- •• AGENTS:WANTED.
pay from • sis to $75 per month,
all,expensesf,to active. Agents; or give a
commission.' --Particulars sent free.. Address
Ewa SrWMG- MACEILN_H cOMPINY, 11.. 'JAMES,
General Agont r ilitan, Ohio,. -•
Correeted:eyeri Wednesday: by N.. STE - B-1
BINS BRO. SYhdlesale and Retail
GrOteries and ;Provisions,
oripositi D. F. Glassmire's Rotel,
Coudersport, Pa. -
Apples, green, `t? bush., $ 37310 G 2
do dried, it • - 100 200
Beans : 100 ' 1 ;
Beeswax, `ll lb.,
Berries, dried, quart
Butter, lb., .
Corn Meal, per cwt., l5O 200
Eggs, Wloz , 10 '
Flour, extra, bbl.) G 50 , 700
do superfinea 5506 00
• ... , s, %.1 lb., 12. 3 r 15'
Hay,,ti, ton, 550 6 00,
Hone • , per lb., - 10 121
Lard, ..' " 12, 15
Maple Sugar, per lb., . 8 18
Oats, Tvi bush., '3O '35
'Onions, " 75 100.
Pork, 1 bbl., 1 00 23 00;
do V Ih., 10 . 14
do in whole hog, T i l lb., 6 71
Potatoes, per bush. . 37i 50
Peaches, dried, il ills., , 25
Poultry, 11 lb., 5 7
Rye, per bush., 63 75
Salt, %.1,bb1., 275 350
do ` , O sack, . ' 20i
Trout, per i bbl., 450 5,001
Wheat, 11 bush., . I'oo L 127
Whit" Fish, 'il .1 bbl., 450 5.00 r
NOTICE is hereby given that letters•of ad
-I.`l ministration on the estate of BENJ. T.
HOXIE; late of Sweden township; Potter Co„
deed, have been,granted to the subscriber by
.Register of Potter county, to whotroll
debts due to said estate and claims against
the same, must be presented for settl-mentor
payment. J. W. BIRD, Adair:
• Sweden, Sept. 2, 1861. 61
Y virtue of an order issued in the Or
phan's Court of the County of Potter and
to us directed, we shall expose to sale by pub
lic vend e or outcry, at the Court House in
the boro . hof Coudersport, on Monday, the
23d day o Sept. next, at one o'clock, P. M.,
the following described real estate, Sc.:
Beginning at the sout'ltvest corner of square
No 21, thence east eight perches to the south
twest eprner of lot N 221, thence north twent
ty-four feet to the outh-east corner of a lot
deeded tcoSarah J. ehoomaker, thence west
parallel with sec nd street eight rods to the
east line of eas , strees, thence south main the liva Of east reet twenty-foUr feet tO the
place of. beginn* g, being the south part of lbt
NO 210 on square No 21 in said borough, on
which is erected one Two-Story Store .110u..0.
ALSO. a strip of land hi the borough of Co -
dersport, bounded and described - as follows :
beginning at the south-east corner of lot No
210 thence east along the north line of Second
street forty feet to a post, thende northerly
parallel with East street twelyc rods to d poSt,
thence 15 - .. estrly . pa'rallel with Second street
forty feet to the south-east corner of lot: No
-207, thence southerly along the east side of
lots No 200, 209 and
. 210 twelve rods to: the
place of beginning, being part of said square
ALSO certain real estate , situate iu Whar
ton township, Potter county, Pa., bounded on
1 the north by lands lute of Jonathan Cord,l.evi
P. Card, and George P. W. Card, east by'JiL.
Nelson and south and West by the Sinnermilio
rar:g creek, containing about three ac
j res of
ALSO . an undivided half part of one ncre
of land in Wharton township.,Petter county,
Pa., describ'ed as follows : commencing on the
bank of the Sinnemahoniug ereek six. rods
above the saw-Mill built by the Carirn ' thence
about four or five rods to the gut thereon,
south-east along the gut far enough to make
nn acre, thence, westerly to the bank of the
creek, thence up Ote creek to the place of be
ginning, containiitone acre of improved hind
on Whicli is one water saW-Milrand one frame
ALSO, one undivided half 4 , certain real
estate in said ToWnship County and State,
described as follows : Bounded on the North
by unscented lands, ou the East by the Snare- j
triplicating Creek, - on the South and West by
unseated lauds, containing about one hun
dred acres of which about three acres' are
improved, being real estate of the late jN.
'Selibontaker, deceased. .]
Terms; onegthird cash at the date of th.rle
and the balance with interest in.one year f&na
H. Murzo.p,: Atimsr i s
H. J. OLMSTED,
COUderlsport, Aug. 27, 186:1.
HANNAH'S. BILLINGS,) No. il, Febrhary
by her next friend. l' Terre, 1861. , , In
R. 0. PERRY, iheComrrion Pleas
TS. Of Potter county.
HARVEY BILLINGS. . Libel in Divorce.
A subpoena and alias subpcena having been
issued in this ease and returned 4 3 . 7 1/a, the
said Harvey Billings, the respondent' above
named, IS hereby notified and required to be
and appear in our Court of Common Pleas; at
the next Term of said Court at Coudersport,
in the county of Potter, to answer tho .corn
plaint of the libellant. WM. F. BURT, Shit .
Coudersport, Aug. 12, 1861
PTIHREE TEACHERS WANTED.
The School-Term' begins on the fittt of
Ootober. Applications requested to be bent
in. as soon as possible. M. HAStaOEIt,
Aug. 1. [pd] Sec. B. S. D. I
A B. MANN, General Agent for r the
1%.• sale of the New York Dailies, Weeklies,
the American Monthlies and Quarterl* and
all the Foreign Periodicals. Terms to suit
The Tribune for sale, every evening. '
..At the POST OFFICE.
VHEItEAS, 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 those having claims
against the , same, will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.
POLLY ANN TAGGART,
JOHN P. TAGGART, I -
' Ang. 21, 1861 Administrators.
• foreale at this Office I
The Coudersp sit Adademy
Nxtii,t, be.re-opeiaedip Monday' , ti"ept 9,
VV. 1861; , The Fal Tenn Will' continue
thirteen wielar, elosing ee. 6':' patesj of nil
tion, as herkplere, vi; : • ' ' 1 - - 1
.'Primary, • „
rimary Instruction, , . ' .1* 2'oo,
I I D
• Common, English, .'. ' , ~• ' : 350
Hither English end. atin, . .L ' 4.50 -
French,-extra, ~ . • ' t . '.," .? 2'06
ss will be •fo egi: if'
ile,dred.• ' -'-. 1 -:..-- ' ..
locirwFLl, 'Prinjpal.. •
loaix.. 4ssis nt, . _ 1
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OR PUBI37II+IO TEE BL
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And for tbdispettly i rune of the following e4plaintal
Scrofula:rind Serofral irts Att"eettri a,snelli
as Tomers., - 17/cers , Sords, Er ptlong %
Pimples, Vtistule , Allotekes Bolts,
'Blaine, unit rill Sk 11 'Diseases, .
, 1 1: OAKLAND, Ind., 6tit..le e, 1859:- '
J. C. ATER ot;Co. ,Cents . I fed. it mythity loac.
knowledge what your 'Ear parillii has 'doe for, meo j
Having inherited a Scrofulti s inf&tien,ll.l' hire suffered
front it in various Ways for Tarsi !Sonietimzs it burst :
out in Ulcers on my han autl Mmi: soctretimea•tt
turned Inward and distressed me at the stomach. I Two
years ago it broke out on mylherul Mill covered my scalp
and - ears with one sore, which was painful i lintl loathsome
beyond description . 'il tried 'litany mediei es'and several I
physicians, but without much relief from any thing. Id
fart; the disorder grew worse: At length;' ryas rejoiced
to read in the Gospel Meese! ger that youllunl prepared
'en alterative (Sarsaparilla), fcr- , I knew front ' , Mar reputa , t l
tlou that any thing you ma to nunitle geodi. I sent,to I
Cincinnati and get it, and used ittill•it enred me. I took.'
it, as yen advise; in aortal il tees of a teaspoonful over a
month, and used almost threp bottles. :New and healthy
skin soon began to formut der tile tgrab,l which after-it
while fell off: My Ain is: n w clear, and I know by nay
feelings that the disease has one from my ; system : : Von
can well believe' that I feel-what I mu sayibg when" tell
you, that I hold you to be ono of thc - apintlesi of the sge;
and remain ever gratefully. I Yours, t I • : •
• , • 1 .
Sr. A ittlsony's'PHlreill.ose. Or Erk .. stpelas,..
Tatter anti Salt Atlsesini, SeFilti d ead,
Illisgwvorm, Sorc yes, Dropsy.', ,' . .
Dr. Robert M. Preblo wries fruit Saleiu, IN. Y.,12t6..,•
Sept., 1859, that he has . ' c red an inveterate case of 1
Dropsy, which threatened t terminate fatally, by the
persevering use of our Sarsa arilla, and alto'n. dangerous,
Malignant Erysipelas by largo doses of the ;same; Says
ho curse the common Eruptions by It constantly. .
Bronehocele, Goitre or Swelled Nenk.
Zanies Slbaniof l'rospect 4 - Texas, writed t "Three bote•
ilea of your Sarsaparilla cured me from a oitre—a_hid,
eons swelling on the neck, which.l had suffered from
over two years." , '
Le ueorrlseen. or 'Whit ea, 0 varlivo 'rumor,
Uterine Vice:ratio* Fen - sale blsenses.
Dr. 7.13.'3. Chauning, of New York w r ite s ,' I,
most cheerfully comply with the request of your agent hr ,
saying I hare found your sarsaparilla a most excellent •1
alterative in • the nunieroi; complaints for which iced
employ such a remedy, hilt I t yacially In Relate Diseases ,
- of the Scrofulous diathe.sis. 1 hap) cured many Inveter
ate Cases of I,eneoriliceit by it, and some where the com
plaint was caused by ulceration of the uterus.; The ulcer , .
titian itself was Soon cured.l Nothing 'within my knowl
edge equals it for these female derangements."
Edward S. Marrow, of Neirbury, Ala., writes, "A dan
gerous orarian tumor on onei of the females in nlyfahlilYi
which had defied all the reedies we could employ, has
at length been-completely cared by your . Esti - net of Sar
saparilla. Our physician Thought nothing but. extirpa
tion could afford relief, but be advised tbeitrial of your
Sarsaparilla as the last - Mort before cutting, and it i
proved effectual. After thkingyour remedin'elght weeks
no symptom ottlie dilease r FlUdtre." ill .'.
Srplitlli cilia. DI red - tint pli f ease. •
• ,- ' New' IILEANS, ' 2.SIII( Altg9St, 3859.
Ma, 3.. C. Ann: 'Sir, I , cl„erfully comply ',with the ro• ,
hest of your agent, antbrepert to youeome of the effects I
['hare realized with . your Shrsaparilta. ' 1
I have cured With it, in my practice, most, of the coin. I
20 25 !
-4.1 - P- --,,, ..--.
plaints for.which it is teconnuended, and have found its
effects truly wonderful in the cure .of Ventres/ and .Bfer.:i;
:aria/ Disease. ' One of my patiehts had Syphilitic ulcers' i
it his throat, which were: consuming, hitt palate anti the ,
top of his mouth. Your ~.'qmsaparilla, ,steadily taken,
:ured hint intive weeks. Another was attacked by sec- .
mdary symPtoma in. hie nose, and the ulceration bad .
eaten away a considerable jetrt of it, so that'l. believe the I'
disorder would Soon react Bls brain and kill him. But it
yielded to my administratibn of your ..Sarsaparilia; the
ulcers healed, and he' ist vat again, not of "course withdut
some disfiguration to.ids foe. A
,woman who bad been
treated for the same disorder by MeeenrY, was suffering :
front this poison in her bones. They hadbecome:so sen
sitive to the weather that in a damp day she suffered ex
:ruciating pain in her joints and, hones.l ' She, too, was:
:need entirely by-your 1.-'rattparllla in M few weeks. L
. km 7 from its formula, which your agent! gave me, that
this Preparation from your laboratory must be a great
remedy.; consequentlyremarkable , tit - ye truly :Jesuits
with it have not Surprisedime.
Fraternally yours; i C. V. LAURIER, M.D.
Rheumatism, Root, Liver Complaint.l
INDEPENDESeE, ,Pretion Qo., Va.. flit July, '1859. .
Drt..T .v .O. Aran: Sir, I hlivo been afflicted with 41 pain -•
nil ch rot; te Mieurnatiant fotla long time, which baffled the.,
;kill of physicians; and attek to me in Spite of 11/1 the
termite:3Z could find, unti i tried:your Sarsaparilla.: One
mite cured me in two sr Os, and iestored my general
:malt]) so mob. that I an?! far better than before I was
attacked. I think it a womderful medicine. J. FREAM. ;I
Jules Y. Get:ellen, of Si4Lonts.; writes: .. , I haro, been .1
afflicted for yettra with ata affection of Me Liner; Whiclo
destroyed my health. I tried every thing, and livery thing I
failed to relieve nie ;, and have been a brtikeedown man].
for Some years, front rio o her cause than derangentent 0f..,
he Liter. My beloved pa. For, the Bev. Itlr.Esp.y,advisett;
rue to try your Sarsttp twill , because he sakthe knew you,;!
and any thing Yeti made 1 us worth trying: By the bless-il
ing of lied it has cured m , and has so purified my,bloodi i
as to make a nete man of met I feel 'young again. , .The:'
best that am be said of wait is not half gond eneugh."
• SeltirrneXancer 'Aim - tors, Enlargement,
Ulceration, CariSS anti Exfoliation of
the Bones: jj . . • i
A great variety of closes-pm been reported to us Where!:
cures of the.-o formidable ,:Coutplaints have resulted from:
the use of this remedy, we our space berg Will notadmitj l i
Meet: fi,ome of:them niiy bo found id our .Airiericart I:
Almanac, which the ag,elf.s. Wows:toted ure Pleased' to. , i
furnish gratis to all who all for them. I , !. : , ; ; :il
, • -
Dyspepsia., Tienrt ; Iseasey EpPep.., r •
by, oly, NeuralVti.j
:Many remarkable cure- of they's affections .li4re been!
made by Ilse attentive porer of this medicine. laatimuJ,
totes the vital, functions •nto vigorous action, and thus,
Overcomes digerders whtc i would be supposed beyond Its,
reach. Such 4 remedy It s long been required by the
!essities of the people, aia we are couildtut.tbet this will I
3o for them all that meat Inc can do.
ilytar's.Qh.T.' l rrjr, PeOtiiral,
. .[. .
FOR THE . ItAPID - CURE orb ") r
Coughs, Colds, I tfinonirt, Hoareven,sn j ,
Croup, Broinell!tis, incipient Cop-'
i isoloptlon, and for' the Ikeltet
•of -Collattnaptivp Patient - a
to adv ancc ir Stagps
lof the Disease . . 1 A
Thin is a remedy so tinsl - ersally known to surpass any
other fur the cure of thrit and: lung complaints, that it
is useless - here to publisl4the eVideuce of its virtues. ..It4
unrivalled excellence fur coughs and colds, and its truly
wonderful cures, of pul M onary disease; have made it
known throughout' he iVilized notions of thp earth'.
Few are the cemmunitie , or even families,'timong them
who have not Some per onal experience of its e ff ects—.
some living trophy in th i t midst of its victory over the
subtle and dangerous di. rders of the throat and lungs.
As all know the tireadfu fatalitY of them disorders, and
as they knew,: too, the e , cts of this remedy, we need not
lo more than to assure-t em that it has now all the ' vir--
toes that it did have wb making' the cillei which have
%von so strongly, upon th con fi dence of mankind. .
Prepared by Dr. .0. YEato CO., to* . all,liass i
si)ia. by C. S. 3: , •. A. Jones, 6oulersport I
Mann lz Nieliols,.lll sport ; N. 3., Mills, -Colesl
burg ' - Colwell ..h. .L ' 'an, Roulet i .A. Corey &
Son, lilysse. ;'.'. ; 1 . Horton, Cusliinkville
and by,Dealers'g,en.trallv- 1 • I ' 1
NEW AR tANGERI •-.11111". I
ITh undersigned having
t rec 4 eived,4 large and
w I selected stock of
°LOOKS IWAT HES & ;TEWELAY
offers thew for sale t prices that, will , conif
pare fayorahly With those of any city or town
within i 100 I tulles". Every article of jewelry
and every,style 'of Watches and ! clocks usu
foundrin`zefail iitore3 kept constantly ox
hand, and Warrdnte I to be•as represented,
Alsb, Beal'slPat'ent r eiolvers kept on 'hand.
and veld eheap. l l 1 ; :11
rej-- Repairil g , done on shorC notice; in
good style and fair fates.'. • I
Call and See ilia rat) the sr -s-
Watch." I I ,! I g.
Coudersport, Jani 1. 1861.
30 , C tinrllsl7 ll o!
for whicff.x e higl
.will he plii` . ls id Si
,CL4l2i S c
I\ -ATE MC, I
wa l y..zi
.IclaUuSt receir,e4 a larq stock of QOODS of
nlLkt such as I
I YAR t RE' A
(ZUESSIVAItt, - • •
• 'II_ ttrrlitY,
PPOFISIONS, such as • 1 ,1 •:,
_ IttiOtit% . 1
I " . UtlttS,
..1 C9FFEES,,•• • _
, • . TEAS
f l, SPICES,
I . -1
kirfiything, It fact, of crerykirid,sliape, and
1 •I‘ ; • ; .„' ,
Orin', that is fit for Wearing, Eating, 'Drink- , •
ing,Sleeping upon, Lookin,g at, or Smelling
• J .
. 1 pay the highest pric&for ,
gles; Sic., in exchange, port CASII if necessa
' t ,
s ' _ ' •
ry. Will pay fOr flood Shingles, 21 shdling,
for Wool 2e Or !more if Wool should
1 : 1 • .
advtnf.e. LIT goo . ds aS CiIEAP,: as can be
tiou'ghiii the country.
i I ER in ' 1
iTEX, ~ 1
; SUGAR, ;' •
I ' .CA t tiliEß,
1.. _ DILLAINES; . ;
. 1 . .. a
, and so forth, nd
all 'things as belong to icOuntOtore,inOl4-
1 ;, I
101,14-BABIES'. J„ .
arid somti •
I • .
TORE can alwayi be,.fopntli tTle best of
:Cooking; Box and. i'tirl6r
, • •
I 'w! •
Also,IIN and SUET-IRON WARE; POTS,
KETTLES, .SPIDERS,.4 . SCOTali.. BOWLS,
FRYUIG-PAS: SAP-PANS, Arid CAULD
RONS. , r . 1 ,
Agriculturat Inipleinients; .
such 'as PLOWS, ScutAi.erti - .3.! C.ULTPIA
! ; •
Ni-ei;l made and the material godd.; Good and
suiistantial EAYES-TROUGES Put np in any
I.ptirt,pf the ConntY-Terrps easy. Ready Pay
i; of ell kinds '
' including Cacti, selhut refused..
Store on Main Street oppositethie. Old Court
Itotte, Coudersport: Aug: J,1559.-50
. . 1 . -. N.1.A-.rtoop' . ..
jjIOW LOST, HOW HI3STOIIHA, -- ..
i Just published, in!a sealed :euzielope:.
q.NITif E NATII;ILE, TREATKENT, A4D RA DI . CA E. OgltF
OF §RE altar°
auttoz)., or.SeminakWeakness;S' , ..x
-MCDebiliiy, Nervousness. and involuntary
4missions, , inducing impotency and Mental and
PlivAical.incapacity. :- • : •
1 t ny UOBT.J. qtmr.Fe.wkr.t.,,3l:.:D., „
The important fact :that, the lawful conse
quences of self-abuse may * be effecttially cared
Without internal medicines or thOlangefous
tipPlications of caustics, instruments, : mediea,
ted hougies, and other empirichl:deViSes, is
herei clearly demonstrated, end_ the entirely
It qiv j and highly sueseiifnl treatment, as adop,
ted by the 'celebrated'autthar .folly explained;,
hy'utieans of which every one is enabled to
ctir himself perfcctly ) and.at,the leaSt possi
ble cost, .thereby avoiding all the',advertised
nos4litns of the day.- '. This lecture will prove
a boon to thousands and thou Sands.
1 ' Seift under seal, in :a plain elivelope,to any
itdd'essipoit . paid, on•the receipt of two post=l'
itge siquip.sc by addressing .
.. • -
BotrerY. , P. 0. box 4,58f3
RING FOR THE TiAIES,I !!
strongest ale, in the World
!menting Wcod, Leather, ellass,
_garble,. Po : ref.:kiln, '
1; 1 Alabaster, Bone,' Coral, etc.. •
The only Article of the Lind ever iirodue
ed whiCh will Withstind . Wter.
'EXTII.I.CTS : .
1 • "Every housekeeper should have a supply
,!cif‘llohns & Crosley's American Cement Glue-'l
1 4---teu7 Tont- Times.
_ _ _
'lt. is so convenient to ha'Ne in the house."
York Exprets. . • '
7t is alyvays.ready. s ; this coi*inendl. it to
;el. - e*yhOd;"."—N. Y. indepertirnit. :
Well:tie tried iic•hrui .find it as useful in
;mir hous6 as water." 74 Wilkes'Spirit.oftke Times
Price 2.5 Cents perlioille.
ye liberal reductions to: Wholesale Dealers'.
• TERMS CASH. •
FOr'sale by all Druggists and Store
r keeiers generally throughout the country. - .
' - JOHN'S & CROSLEY,
1 !.: * (Solb Manlfacturers,),
Williatn'Sirecl, New York:
ICOrner Liberty SVepii) '• jy9ly-
I I AGENTS W4NPSD, 7
I In all Parts Of the CoUntry
To obtain Subscribers for
I• . 0f . .1.11e,
Ili Two Volumes RoYal OciaVii,''containing
up - ward of, • •
1500 Fagot and 1100.13eautifal
t i his work will be Sold exclusively by Agts.
.T.nch of whom' a Special 'District will be
given. - Rare induCernents offered. Applicants
should name the Couaties tbey mould pre,fer.
gents wanted also for °titer' works appro.
prtate to the times. , , •
• -111.alis•; . 31 the; Seat of War !
,Flao Etroclopes. anci .C'ap'er, Ifi,seellaneous Books,
'etc raupplieck - Achlrei* ,! •
GEO. W. ELLIOTT, ,
F.rankliir Square, N. Y.
tt. jAlfs . pB rAlfii,y - MEDICINES . for
ll' sale at — l l ,
1 E. STEBBINS & BRO.
4000 LBS. of WOOL' wante4, immediately
at, 2 , : ! • STEBBINS',
- ADvrairisE. •
DYERTISE in the Jo,urclALl It is the on 7 J
ly pUper in Potter county, apd isle good)
klium through which to reach !Air:people of 1
Instant Relief! - Stop your Cough!
Par/ your Breort
Strengthen yOur Voice! -
GOOD. FOR EitGENIE.Nt,
Goqp FOR. LECTUREIIB;I
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAirii,
I FOR coNsedrraVEi.
_ . .• •
arsnm . xxx . , own:,
SP.ILMiG'S TIIIIO C,I#FECTIONS.
LADIES ARE DELNII,WITI3
SPALDING'S THROAT . CONFECTIONS.
• CHILDREN cnr Fos 0. .
SPALDING'S THDDAT GOPFICIIOI4.
They. relieVe a Cough histantly.
They clear the Throat. •
Thy give strength and volume to the •oise s
They impart n deliciOus aroma to the breath
They are delightful to the taste.
They,Oe thuds of simple heih's and Can not
.1 advise ei - ery one has a &ugh or it
Efusicy Voice or a Bad Breath, or pix diffiFh t
ty of the Throat, to getUPackaie ihrost
Confections, they will relieve you instantly;
grai.yOta' will ag,ree N - 4ith me that
. they goright
to the spot ." , Yon will find Ahern . ve.rj;uiluf .
and pleasant While travelingor attending pub
lie meetings for stilling your. Cough orallay- ,
ing your throat. if you try one Afteliagef am
safe in s,aying.that you will, ever aliertvar' . l
considei them indispensibyci - YonwillAr i nd ‘ .
them at th Druggisfsand ialifealcietes
I'WI 7 STY-FIVE :
I[y/signature - is 011 each package. All others
are counterfeit. • a • 4.: •
A Package will be sent, by mail, lire Paid;
On receipt of Thirty. Cents. ' 1
Address, tfENRY, C. SPAPHNG; ,••
Zt0.. , t8 Cedar street, New,Yeik,
ALL KINDS- OF ii:EADAthie;
By the nse oftliesePips the.perio,dic attack! .
of Nervous or Sick headache may be prevent
,ed ; and . if Laken . at the commencement cf!in .
attack immediate relief from linin ' aud . gat.
ness will be obtained. - .•
They seldom fail in removing tEi . O
and Headache to which fencales arci Bo sub::
" They, act gently upon the, bowels.—remot.
„ F ,
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate. Fe l ,
males, and all persons of sedentary habits, they
are - valuable as a Lcizatire, improving the ap
petite, givirig‘tone and vigor to the digestive or
gans, and restoring the natural - elasticity ad"
strength of the :a -hole systeta - ),
The CPPELILIt PILLS are the result of .
rong, Investigation and caretnl6. conducted
,having been in use.;Msiny yeura n
during'w'hich time tbey_bare, Ekßvented and,
relieved a vast
; amount of pain and suffering ;
from Headache,' whether originating in the,
nervous systeni or from'a deranged state of the
They are entirely vegetable. in: Weir compo
sition, and may e takedaf:all times with rier r.
feet safety with' dt ni eking any change of
et, gm! tAc • abse ce disagreeabletaate ren 7
deis cay.to'cui qinister them to children.
DEWAR, OF COUNTEkikiTS+ ',.
The gprmine hare flve signatures of Henry 0.
811aldfdg on each Box. : . • • I
Sold by Druggists an'd all other Dealm in '
. . .
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on re
ceipt of . . - •
PRICE, 25 CENTS:"
All orders should bp addressed to •
VENRY C. SVALIIISCr,
4S. Cedar Street,New-York.
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSE FAITS Of?
WILL CONYI:NOE ALL IVIIO SUFFER FliOX
TMAT A , .
. IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
es. A single bottle of SPALpINTI;i..pRE
PARED GLUE it - alive / ten tit&
its cost artiluAlly...,,Or
diALDLN G f S PRBPARED GLUE!
- SAVE TUE PIECES L; •
Et01!101.1i . ! • . F.XI:IP...tTCII3I
j2i, Tint SAVES 111 SE.
As . _
aecidents will happen. even in well reg-,
ulated families, it is very desirable:to, bays„
some - cheap and convenient way for repairing
Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &C. '
SPALDDIG'S PREPARED GLUE •
,meets ell such emergencies, and no hou.iebold
cau afford to be without. it. a!lray's
ready, and up to the stickipg • ,
"USEFUL I.lg EVERY HOUSE." .
N. accOmpanies each' Bottle
Price, 2'5 cents. address, ' •,t
-11EN1tY, - C SPALDINO,. I
No. 48 CEDAR Street, New-York:
As certain unprincipled Persons are attempt
ing to palm - off on the unsuspecting paint, ;
imitations of my PREPARED GLUE, I would . ,
caution all persons tocramine.before purchas-'
ing, and see *al the full ;mine, -
IgirSPALDIpIG'S' PREPARED GLUE,.,
i 3, on the mryapped ; a
Blkitalino• - courlterfeiti, • •
Ei They _go fight to the' Spot t"