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TgE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Is the only paper Published in Potter'county,
circulates among anfintelligent elaSs of peo
ple, and is thus an excellent medium for both
City and Country Advertising.
Transient Advertisements and those fronta
distance must be Cash or have:responsible re
to receive attention,
must bR directed to the Editor, and cohtan
the name of the writer: IstO attentidu paid to
anonymous communications. •
TEL-MS.—One copy,one year, $1; Si copies
$5; Twelve copies, $10; Twenty copies, $lB,
with one tc theperson raising the Club. The
money must accompany the' names.
vo — t aerspgrt, Wednesds Elerin, Sept. 2i, 1:361
Or Editorials and other matters de
ferrcd until next welt.
gs,,The "Union . 'Convention" meets
this afternoon for the purpose of noinina
ling a ticket. What their' action will be
we do not know, neither do we care,it is
enough for Republicans to know that the
,in it are , old-line Whiskey
Democrats whose chief end and aim is to
break up the Republican organization,
open the whiskei.jugs apd make Potter
• county the pandemonium it was in days
past. Republicans, wham spoken to in
regard to this pretended "union" move
ment, andiurged,td give it your support,
do you evert thiitk- of what the cse
quences orp .sur support might be ? Th
movement, very awkwardly plastered over,
with the word "union" is nothing more
' than an attempt to secure. the election of
license Associate Judges; Judges who
Will grant licenses to every respectable(?)
rum-shop in county. And you, Repub
licans, will have to assume the responsi
bility, for you are in the majority whey:
the hundreds of poor families in'the coun
ty aro starving for, the.necessaties of life,,
while their husbands and brothers spend
money, the money that shduld be used to
keep body and soul together, at these tT
specta6le and moderate
,taverns I Don't
be caught by any such clap-trap asser
tions. Did you ever hear of a respectable
hell or'a moderate devil ?. Beware !
Da - Capt. A. F. JONES of Coudersport
is about starting another CoMpany for
the War; so far he has met with a suc
cess as unexpected a- it is gratifying,
and at the present rate will be able to
- start in a very short time. And now
.young men of Potter what answer will
you make to this call, the last that wilt
likely be made upon your self-sacrificing
patriotism. We ,do not fear for your. deci
sion.- We have perfeet,eanfid.ence in your
bravery and in your earnestly expressed
wieli that the works and machinations of
traitors may come to nought ; and we
now desire another practical exhibition of
your patriotism. Potter has ddne nobly !
Our mountain winds have blown upon us
the free-country loving spirit of the land
of Tell. We have not sworn allegiance
to our country from a selfish feeling : with
love of freedom and love of brother there
_is no war, one , begets the other. NiTyYare
now passing through the fire of pUrifica
tion ; from, its bitter teachings • we •may
learn lessons that will brighten the` pages
of our coming history, or, heeding -not its
warnings we may soon fail and vanish
from among the nations of the earth • , as
other nations have who trusted more in
their power than in their honor and love
of justice and right. Then arm for the
fight ! let the present war he truly, one to
purge from us our nation's curses and our
nation's sins ; fight the battle bravely ; it
is Freedom's cause I if we are . clefettted, if
the government is overthrown, slavery
and bloodshed will be our portion ; we
Will be another Mexico, with no law but_
. law of might, and no government but
that of military despots. Arouse you
men of Potter! join the ranks of Captain
Bones, a man every way worthy of 'your
confidence, who will do something more
than "wear kid gloves and give the com
mands ," he will be one of you, a faithful
officer and true friend
Kier We print under our editorial head
the names of the nominees of the Legis
lative Conference, the proceedings of
which we publish elsei*here.
Mr. Elliot is an architect and builder,
and stands high in his profession. He
took the prize offered for plans and.spec
ifications, of the People's College,.of the
State' of New York, diad afterwards took
the job of building that splendid edifice.
Re is represented by those wio know
him best, as being a Man of spotless in
tegrity', a temperance man both in princi
ple and practice, and an uncompromising
and earnest Republican.
.Mr. Strang is 'better known in - this
county; bairing, practised s'
for some years
at the Bar, and the fact that he is the
unanimous choice of both parties, not only
in this county but in his own, showS how
popular he is with the people. Both he
and. Mr: Elliot established for themselves
the reputation of'being excellent legisla
tors.. Qf course they will both be elected.
Whht is to lie done With - northern sym.
pathisers with - treason? YouMay,know
them by the piteous whinings*ith which ,
they deprecate war—by their,°groanings
about "coercion" and "subjugtition," and
by their extl cniS. concern about Mr..liin
coin's violations of the Constitution, in
his bffolts to preserve it, although : they
have nothing to say about ba:vies effort
to destroy it altogether. They are all of
them sneaking hypocrites, and the surest
way to judge them is to watch their faces
upon the receipt of news. If it is disas
trous to the rebels, their visages at, once
put on a lengthened, solemn look. If the
Union army has met with a disaster•—it
one of our faithful officers has, been asses
sivated by a rebel, their eyes brighten at
These men, were they in llaryland or
Missouri, would smuggle powder and shot
to their southern brethren—woußl engage
to the extent of their• courage in driving
out friends of the Union and confiscating
their property or destroying it: B.lt they
are where their treasonable.] syrnpathiel
can do no harm and where we can allow
them to remain and enjoy the protection
of the Government which they would
gladly see destroyed. All that we would
lay up in store against them] is simply a
truthful record of the fact that in the
hour ofeits greatest peril . they stood with
the enemies of the Government and gave
their sympathies to the conspirators. We
would have this ,known for at least one
generation, and to this end hope they
may be inspired with siiricient courage to
place themselves where they belong.
They can do it "F afely. •
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It sparalien;l • 4
The conferees from the i s everal coun
ties composing the 4th iJud i cial Dibtric
met at the Bennett Hou \ itiat
on Saturday afternoou,AlreAltiA . t: f ,,anci
organized by clectiniqtan':lsaac Be4son
President, and C. D.'VehsterSccfpry,.
The following gentlemen T
their credentials and' took thglr seats as
conferees of the counties na i med , :. •
Caniern, E. B. Eldred, L. G; Cook ;
Elk; Henry Souther, S. A. Ross; Mc-
Kean, C. D. Webr.ter, D. J. Keyes and
N. F. Marsh; Potter, Isaac Benson, A.
F. Jones, H. J. Olmsted; Tioga, John
R. Bowen, Ilug,h Young.
On motion, each of the counties were
allowed three Notes, some of the confer
ees not beinglwesent.
The Conference then Iproceecied to
mate tiuminations. Hugh Young nomi
nated Hon. R. G. White, ! of Tioga;' E.
B. Eldred nominated C. B. Curtis, of
Warren.- There being no other nomina
tiebs, the<ConventionTroceeded to ballot,
with the following result : For White 12;
for Curtis 3. On motion of E. B. El
dred, the nomination of i Cl. White, was
declared unanimous, by acclamation.
On motion, Hon. Henry Souther, E.
B. Eldred, D. J. Keyes, John R. Bowen,
and H. J. Olmsted, were appointed a
committee to wait upon Hon. R. G.
White, and inform him Of his nomina
tion. The committee, after a brief ab
sence, reported that tbey 'had performed
the duty assigned them ; that Judge
White had accepted the nomination, and
desired through them, to express his
thanks to the Cenferenee, and to the peo
ple of the District, for this renewed ex
pression of their confidence.
On: motion, the proceedings of this
Conference were ordered to be printed in
- 1 the newspapers of this District.
On motion, the Convention adjourned
sine die. ISAAC BENSON, Pres't.
C. D. WEBSTER, Seo'y.
COUDERSPORT, Sept. 24, 1861.
The Republican conferees of Tioga and
Potter counties met at this place to-day
for the purpose of nominating two per
sons for the office of Representative, at
the ensuing election:
Dr. A. Stout, and H. J. Olmsted, ap
peared for Potter county, and Hugh,
Young, and Jerome• B. Niles, for Tioga
county. On Motion, H. J. Olmsted was
elected President,. and Jerome B. Niles
Nounntfons being in order, Hugh
Young nominated B. B: Strang and S. B.
Elliot,-and Dr. A. Stout nominated A. G.
On motion of J. 13. Niles, the follow
ing preamble and resolutions were read
and adopted : .
7f7tereas, The Republican County Con
vertion of Tioga county; which met at.
Mansfield, on the 30th day of August,
1860, did pass a resolution claiming for
thst county the right for two years to
nominate both the Representatives• to
which this - District efitititd,atr; where..
as that Convention conceded to Potter
county' the right of equal representation
with Tioga dotinty for the ran:ening
three years of the present ap3ortionment,
Resolved, That wo tho.Representativc
Conferees= of Tioga County feel author
ized and do here]; pledge , the Republi.
can, party of said county to carry out in
good faith the aforesaid resolution by
supporting for the office of Represerita
tiye, one.poison in Potter county, and one
iu Tioga bbiaty, for each. -of the three
years yet remaining under the preient
Dr. A. Stout announced that he - was
authorized to withdraw the, name of A. G.
Olmsted, whereupon the nomination of
Messrs. - Strang and Elliott, was made
On motion, the Convention adjourned
sine die. H. J. OLMSTED,Tres't.
J. B. Nitres, Say.
court Met this week. On account
of a mistake wade by some one there were
no jury trials and hence no business of
importance was transacted.
[For the Potter Journal..]
,To Whom it may Concern.
M. EDITOR-I beg nom in your cof ,
limns, on behalf, of real (not whiskey)
Union, for the. following sentence from
the speech of Daniel S. Dickenson, at the
Cooper Institute, New York,. last Friday
evening : "There is but one question;
as I said in the first place; and \ ljce that
is not for it is against it ; and he that is
a full-grown man; and deOted tOpolitici,
that held the oppvitt
~s ide -of it three
weeks ago, and yet wittt any ctiai ge
in public affairs, has v me.., , . oundgeo '
other side now ail. ..- • aid 7: i4i in
cere;l and aii - ' at 4i n o ed to
any .. consider , in wh. \l l, er,"
There, Elij.., Philander, Verse], Al- ..
meron, Horatio Mason Timothy, ohn
8., William, Frank, etc., how do you r
Daniel' word- otograh our
would-be nionism ? o.' lag been
,yoitr le g for many years aIA ;
notg pd reason. to believe that you are
JaMtasloyal to him—yen are only hidirig
411x1 awhile that you may bring his lieu
tenant and heir-apparent—Whiskey
forwardto receive your present deveted
adulation. Your real design is too apßa
rent to gull any others than these Who
walk into the trap with their - eyes open,
in the hope, that you will give them: a
suck et their forty-rod whiskey and the
county pap at the same time. Three weeks
ago, Messrs, Whiskey-Unionists, you re
joiced at every apparent sticess of treason,
and caviled at every triumph of the gov
ernment of .the Union. To-day you are
Crying Union the hope that in your
dying struggl you may drag the moral
Prestige of our brave little county down
to your degraded level by opening up its
long-closed dram-shops. And there are
a few Republicans who are fools enough
to bite at your Union-feathered'imit i , and
they may get caught on your secession
hook. God forbid. People of Potter,
are you aware of the pit-fall this "Union''
cry covers. Beware and tread not upon
the brush, for the sake of
v i c k„,e l 4 IS ISE UNION. -
X 25 , EAIPLOTHENT $l5:
We will pay from $25 to $75 pei month,
and', alb eiepenses, to naive Agents, or give a
cpnimissiori. rattleulars.g6t free. Address
Bain S3WIlsiG MACHINE COMPANY, R. JAMES,
General Agent, Milan, Olgo, au.2llY
OTICE is hereby given that letters of ad-
'ministration on the estate of BENJ. T.
110XIE late of Sweden township, Potter Co.,
'dec'd, have been granted to the subscriber by
the Register of Potter county, to whom all
debts due to said estate and clainni against
the same, must be presented for settl•ment or
payment. - J. W. BIRD, Admr.
Sweden, Sept. 2, 1861. 6t '
" UNION "
ARCII. STREET, ABOVE THIRD, .
Philadelphia ? .
UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor. -
itsrThis Hotel' is central; convenient' by
Passenger cars to all parts of the city, and in
every particular adapted to the wants of the
business public. I
gir Terms $1 50 per day.a
A 1 B. IYIA.NNI, General Agent for The
It. sale of the New York Dailies, Weeklies,
the American Monthlies and Quarterlies, and
all the Foreign , Periodicals. Terms to Suit
The Tribune for sale, every 4enini.
VM.At the POST OFFICE.
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 those - having claims
against the same, will present them dulian
thentica6d for settlement.
POLLY ANN TAGGART,
JOHN P. TAGGART, 1
Aug. 21, 1861 Administrators.
VITHEREAS, letters of administration on
V' the estate of RUMS THOMPSON,dec'd,
ate of Jackson Tp.,. Potter Co. have been
granted to tire subscriber in due form of law,
notice is hereby given to all persons knowing
theinselres indebted to said estate; to Make,
imurediate payment; and those havingelaims
will present them duly authenticated for:set
tteMent. PHIDELIA THOMPSON,
D. W. BEN TON, Administirs.
Feb ry 28, 1801 Lew*
The Coudersport , ca e
STILL be re-oimned on gonday,i§ept: 91
L - V V 1861. The Fall. Terth will' Conti*
thirteen 'weeks, closing Dec. q. Ral4ibf Titi
tion, as heretofore, viz
Primary Instructioml -1 141 .
Common English, . .t_ •.1 f g 50'
Higher English Lind Latin,! .[; :4.50
. French, extra. 1. I 2-06 , •
earb A Teridiet : s' Clese . will •be !feinted if
desired. 1, • •
KATE Mo DOUGAL, Asiitant ' •
'. gr-. 4 - i
-A 7 Y - Z P! .
FOR . PTIRIFYINGTyr, BLOOD., •
And for the speedy fare a the f loweng , i
Scrofula and Scrofalaus cc Clops such '
as Tumors, trlbers; Sor si.Erttptlintan,
Pimples, , Putitttle.B,. 111 tches ' Bolls,
/Mans, and a ll Skin Diseaties.,
A i x
Oenthin, Ind ; 6th Jatie, ISt&
' Z. C. Ann & Co. i Gents . : I fix my duty to; ad;
knowledge what 'your Sareaparil has dono , for met
Having Inherited a Scrofolons infet on, I have suffered
from it in various, ways for years. iSornettnacer it biust
out in :Ulcers ,on my hands and ;lions; 'soinetimes;it
turned Inward' and distressed me a; the stomach. Two
ran ago It broke out on my bead abd covered my scalp
and ears with one am, which was *Mai tuid load:Mime
beyond description. I tried Many medicines hnd saVerszt
physicians, but without muchvellefrom anything. Ili
fact, the disorder grow wonve, 'At engch XOs rejoiced
to read In the Gospel Messenger tb t you h prepared
an alterative (Sarsaparilla), for I kn w from Your repot*
tion that any thing you vitae inn tbo goo 4 Isola:to
Cincinnati and got It, and used it tip it cured . lne. I took
tt, as you advise, iti email doses of a teaswohbfal over a
month, and:lased almost three both s . RCA iincnealthy
skin soon began, to form under Up) scalhlwitich after*
while fell off. 7.1 y skin.is, TIOW clear, and .I.lOn' Ow by my
feelings:that the disease has gone from MY SyMoin. You
can welt believe that I feel what I dui eayinOvhen I tell
you, that I hold you: to be ono Of the apostleß of the age,
and remain over gratefully. ( . . Yours, i
ALFRED E. ITALLIVir.:
St. Anthony's iFirc, itosctur ErYsipelis;
Tatter and. Salt Rikettnn, &chid Heads llingworm,..Sore .r.,yo 4 DrOplire .. ,
~ , _
Dr. Robert M. Proble writes tram Salem; N. Y.;l2th
Sept., 2859; that`het has cared wit inveterate case of
Dropsy, which threatened to tenbinate fatally; by tha
e q ,‘nreti.p g ,nse of our son*oriliopaud alio a dangerous
Malignant Erysipelas by largo doves of the Earner ear
.0 cures the common puptimu by : it ecmstatitly.
I Bromichocele,i fOhltre ofi l titvellnd Neck;
Zebulon Sloan of. Propped, Tex writes : it. Three hot..
ilea of yotit. Scirsrmailthicuted me rola a Go;fe...-ni hid ,
eons swelling. en the neck' which. I Itrid' saffered teem
over two years." ' ] ' .
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Leuc 0 cm or A "2_ ll/ es, Ovarian Treanor,
ti t ter ',eta .f ta, Fe . role!lllefeases.
.J. ..,11, fan , g, of ;Now Cork CRP.; Writes 1'" I
m c tinily ply with the request of your agent in ,
avo found your] Sarsaparilla a trmst excellent.
era - 0 in the riumerobs complaints for whlchrwa
employ such ft remedy, but
. especidily in' Ilmsale Ditettsell
of the Scrofulone dittateals4. 1 have cured many inveteln
ate cases of Lencorrimea vit., ans some where the com
plaint was canned by ulceration ofho tricricsi The nicer ,
ation itself was soon curedi; No Mg within my knowl
edge equals it for, these female derpngementb." '
Edward S. Marrow, of Newbury, Ale., }?rites, "A don
;irons 4 ,,!.. 'an tumor on ono of the females In myllunilyl
‘ r, •• . . defied all the remedies we could employ, has
tt . gth been completely cared by yonr!Ektract. of Sor
sa.. ilia. "Oar physician thought nothinibut.extirpa
t •n could 'afford relief, but; be advised thee ;trial of your
-- - parilla as the, last resort before.,Mitting, caul it
prpved effectual. ,Aftei taking your remedy eight - pada
cto symptom of the disease ;remains." . '', • ' •
Syphilis andercurlal Disease.
. '• , .." Dl= [MEANS, 25th August, 11359.
Da. J. C. Am: Sir, I ch eerfully comply% with the re.,
Polut of your agent; and rdiort to you eomei of the efeete
L have realized with year'rsaparilia.
I bare cured with;: it , in my freed*, most of the Scan.
plaints for which it lie , rec mended, and have found its
flints truly wonderful in e cure of Yothreel and Mer
maid Disease. One of m !p atients had Syphilitic ulcers
a his throat, Uhichlwere nsnming his palate and the
top of his mouth: I Your ;Sarsaparilla, steadily taken,
:wed him in. five Weeks.'lAnother was attacked by , 130 c,
3ndarz symptoms; in Litidaose, and the 4ceratioehad
,oaten away 4 considerable!part of it, sa that k believe thtr
disorder would eosin reachlhis brain and kill hint. lint it
yielded to ray administra tion of your Earkaparilla; the
ulcers healed, and he is well again, not of , course without
tome disfiguration to his face. A woman site had been
treated - for the same disorder by:mercury twos suffering
from this poison in her ho des. They had become so sen
sitive to the weather that ,in a dam . day olio suffered ex
unciating pain la;her johns and .... es. I She, toy was
mind entirely •by 'isur Stamper:ilia in n few weeks. X
know froth Its formula, which your agent gave Me, that
this Preparation . frOm, y nr laboratory rnfast be a gaud,
remedy; consequently, t see truly reniati;able renal
with it have not surprise me. J ' ,
Fraternally ye* ) G. Ir. LitM*R, N. D.
fahenmatistal Rd 't,. Liver COmplaints:
hmstasmertes, Pr ton co:, yo., nth July, 1859.
Da. J. Co AIME il Sir, I 1 avo been afflicted with a pair;-
ful chronic Illontniatinn for a long time, which baffled the
fklll of pbyeicienfi, and sfock to me in Oita of all the
.teniedies I could find, until I tried your Sarsaparilla. On
aottle cured me in twa ti vr i elcs,and restored my general
and ranch th Bo that I far better ;bah era:
%Oinked. I think It a won derful medhm.l, J.,FREAM.
Atka Y, (lathe'', of St. Innis; +Saito': i"I have been
afflicted for years with an affection of the Lira', Which
destroyed my health. I tried every thing,and every this
(ailed to relieve me; and I have been a ht*eudown man
for some years from no other cause than du , aeg t of,
11w Liver. My beloved patter, the Rev. Me. Espy, adilsett
me to try your Sarsaparilla, bemuse, he &dab° knont You,
end any thing you tnade was worth tryingi By the blesro,
ing of God it has cured mu ,and has to pacified my Livid
As to make a new.than of dme. T,fecl young again.' The
beet that can be said of you is not half godd enough..'' ;
• I ?
Schirrus,Cancer Turnoin, Enlargement,
• Ulceration' i Cari es •and Exfollation of
the Bones.' i !.• ' 1 ~ ,
A great varieW of **site* been *flirted to tat where
cures of these formidable ;complaints haws resulted front
the nsa of this remedy, bat our apace here will not admit
them. Some of 'theirs - may be found In our American
Almanac, which - the agents belciw,named are pleased td
furnish gratis' to all who tall for them. SI .. .
brapepala, Heart Misname, Pits, Epllott4 -
ay,. Dlelanchtoly, Near Iglu. . !,
Many reciawkrible cures 'of these affections have been. I
pada by the alterative putter of this medicine. It 'tiaa?'
sates the vital functions Into vigonouir action, and thus
svercomes disorders which would be supposed beyobd its
reach. Such a *reedy lies long been required by the ne
!eesities of the people, and we are Confident that this will
lo for them all that medicine can do:. S
• . 1 - 1 . 1
flyer'si. Pherry Pectoral,.
• • isonj ini ii' . Ail . n . glair.. br.. .',.
Coughs, Colas; Influonztr, Riiiiiseties4
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Con- :
sumptien, and for that Relief I
• of CO snmptive Patpastille -. :
:in advanced Stages , '
•,' f the Diseased . „ ss .. ' ‘ l
This lea reared so•unlietrallY known to surpass any
other for the cure of throat and lung coinplaints„ that it
.h treeless here brr publish; the evidence of its virtues. Ste
unrivalled excellence for l coughs and Ode, and its truly
wonderful ecireSf pulmonary disease, have made it
known through , t the civilized nations of the earth.
Few are the corn unities, or even .famthes, among, the*
who have not so o pensonal experience of its effecter
some living trepit in their midst of ith victory over the.
subtle and darige us disorders of the Ithnoat and lungs.
As all know the!tireadful fatality of thebe disorders, and
as they know, too; the effects of this reinedy, we need not
lo more than to assure them that it had now all the vit.
hies that it did have when making the Cures which have
Won so strongirnpon thaconfidenge of Mankind.
Prepared lig* a
. x. ;WWI 6 CO4 Lowell, *lasi,
Sold by C : S. & D. A. Jones," Coudersport
llann 4., - Nichols, 31iliport • N. J; Mills '
burn.) & • Colwell Lyman , kmlet •, A.
o Corey 'Sr.
Son,Ulysses' l d A. D. Horton, t.)usliingvilln ;-
-an by Dealers genelly,
N 'Of AIIRA.II/G EMI ENT.'
The • undersigned baring
juht -receivedj a large. arid
Oti . 4lk - well selected stork of
CLOCKS, W ATCHES & JEWEiRII:,.
offer them for sale at prices th 4 will com
pare favorablf with those of any city or town
within 100 nalles.l 'freq . artiele of jewelry'
and every stile of Watches and' Clocks usu
ally found in retail ptores kept constantly on
and'whxraated to b.e,as epresented.---
Also, Beal's B,aterittlievolvers kept on hanit
and sold-cheap.'l- ,
RePairing dime on short notice, In
good style and fairrates: , I
Call and see me at the sign! of the ." Big;
Watch." 1! • ; G.E. WARRINER.
Couderspcirt, Jan. 1. 1861. I ' ,
3g - t - Cidit.DS! Of li7oflt j
D 17anted sti
NLY tnO '.IOIIItNAL Officci immedinteli,;
forkvhichi the highe.st Market Price
be Paid in SubSeriptions ands,
11' C I SIMMONS
tfasjust received, a large! Stock of POOD
dlt kinds, aine.ii tie ! t
D.I . I.YIGOOPS E 1 • ;'-• ;. •
~ • + . LuzuwAßE,
" - 11100P-7EAR," • '
• , CUTLERY,
PPOYLSIOItiS i i shafts
't i •
t• i : , • HENS,
I COFFPRS, 11, '; • 1.
TEAS] .• • -
t• . - . • •.r
Everything, In fact, of 'etery kind, tshapb, Ann
firm, that . is fit for , Prank
: .• ;
ins, Sleeping upon, Looting at, or Smelling
Will pay: the highest priek WWI, Shin :
Fze., in °Act, CASH if 4tessa.
rY. Will pay:for Good Shiogles, 21 slidhng,
for Wool 25 to 30 cts., orlmore if Woos shtruld
,•- • -
a4rance,goods as i CHEAP, as ?can be
•i - ,
btitight in! th;, '
L• 111 ' I ,
DEALER iin •.t., .
I ', , 74
1,. '- i•• SUGAR,
~ . • ; , ; . OZOIEEIts
; ,. I • 1
to4WNS, I " 1 I'',• 1 '. •
DrEasilitN"E,S ) 1 ••, • -
1 ~, . , ; •,, ,:. and SO fotth, and
tll:thiogs; as be iii etionntry Store, luau.
(him 4 1 1 ' , ! ; • ,I
1. 1 ; D01.1;:E . ABIES" i ;
' ' • acid some 1-,----
1 - ylitKIP-SK.IRTS,
and soteie .
I . forai4fly OushinO' ille
' ' ' AT J .
1 OLMSTEII a ItILLY'S •
BToRk can always bet found. thel best of
' Cooking,' Box and
V Parlor ' I
• , I i • ,
i '''S 1 0 Et - .S
:(Also, TIN and SUET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCH. BOWLS,
ERVLNG-P.A.N, SAP-PANS,; and OADLD
RGNS. '..i..1.50 f I - .
_, ~,. ( ..
I . Agiictattlia.l iiiild*exitii
SublY as ;PLOWS, smixpErts, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLEP.S, RORSE-BAKES,
DOG-POWERS, &c. ? ; ; -
1 'I ~ THEIR WORK
Is well thade and the material good. Good and
Substantial EAVES-TROUGDS Ot. Tv in any
cart. d cgo County._-, TefrA's - Casy, Ready Pay
3fiall kinds, ineltnTlng Cast, seldom'; refused.
1 ;:Store en Maid Sti 7 eet Opposite the Old Court
:House, Coudersport. ! Aug. 1, 1059.-50
Row DOST, , HOW RESTORED. ,
Just published; inct scaled envelope:
ON TUE NITGRE, TREATMENT, AND RADI6I; CIiRE
OP SPERM:LT=IIMA, Or Seminal Weakiress,S
ihal - Debility, Nervousness' and in+oluntary
; emissions, producing inipotenciputfimption
'and Antal and Physical debility.
By ort . r: ,Y. etrLY - trgel i .,, 41. TY,
The inipVriatil fact 14at th,ellawful conse
lcinences of self-abuse may be effectually cured
Without Internal medicines or-the langerons
application's of caustics, instruments, medica
ted hoagies, and other, empirical devises,. is
!here clearly demonstrated, and, the entirely
;new and highly successful triairneilt, as adop-
Jed by the celebrated author fully explained,
illy means ,of which efelbY oEe is enabled to
'cure himielf perfectly, and at the least possi
ble cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised
nostrums of the day. This lecture Will' prove
a boon to thousands and thousands:,
i',Sent under seal,, in it:plain envelope,to any
address, post paid, on the receipt of two post
iige stamps, by addressing
Dr. pH. J. C. KLINE,
427 Bowery, New Yorli. P. O. boX 4,586.
SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES !!
A NECESSITY. IN EVERY
JOEINS k CROSI;EY'S
- rtfet:iCatt C6itteift Glue.
The strongest Gleie in the World
Tor Cementing 11 7 cotl, Leather; Glass,
/04, Marble, '-Poreelaits,
BOne,. Coral, etc..
The only irt?ele of he kind Ov,erprdtte.
ed which will witharind Water.
""Evey housekeeper should hare a supply
Of Johns k'Crdsley's American Cement Glue."
L—Neur York Times. '
"It is so 'convenient to have in the_house."
'- 7 2Viro York Express.
“Itis,always ready; this commends it to
;everybody.;' - ,N. Y. Independen t.
, INVe has - 01'6dd it, and find ft ag;,nieful in
our horis as water."—Triati f Sfifra cy'ai sa
Price /sVeitils per liefittle.
Very liberal reduetions;to Wholesale DealerEf
rFor sale by all iHrtikgist's und Store
keepers genarally thioughout the country.
JOHNS d: MOSLEY,
• ; • (Sete lifenufaCturers,)
, 'IV Street,lNew York. -
iCorner of Liberty Street.)' - I Ijy9)y
In pit lituks of the Conntil
To obtain SulageFibers,foi
Lossing'q Plictor4ile trelo-113eoli
of the •
fit Two Volomes Royal, g t ctnvo, 4otrtaining
• ' • award of _ _
1500 Pages and 1100 Beautiful Muitratiozus.
• This work will be sold exelusively by Agts.
to each of whom a special District will be
given. Rare inducements offered. Applicants
should'name the Counties they would - prefer.
Agents wanted also for other works appro
priate to the times. t•
• - Maps of the Seat of waif
:nag Envelopes and Paper,‘AtisOcitanioita Boas.,
c , :Address , '
GEO. IV. ELLIOTT,
FrtinklinSqa*, N. Y. '
JAYNE'S FAMILY, lIIEDItINES for
AY sale. at
E. N3INS 13110
rze. of WOOL vfanted immediately
• • ' qTI7,I3BDIS,'
DVERTISE in the Jommit, ! the on
-11 paper in Potter county,..and is a good
medium through which to reackthit people of
sardlitwitti , . I • 4
4 . This so - =wait° the sport
litatantiteliell Stop rmr Cortgli 1
Breath: • -
Spaid l ing's
dopn kolisuctuitEß t s,
vcrin o ;fe.pi4A4ts, : 2 .
`'' cigdb.#lli..oGittg i , .
SPALDiNG'b fri4l:ol1 1 i CdiECTIMIL
. • 'T h 2 141 1 :'
LigfiS esE tistio,wrrp,irrri
~t • cir rlnsit CRY roil
SPALDING'S iiißOA'r COFFECTIONS.
'll4 relleye.a,Co n gh instantlt;
They tienr t• - • -•
They girestrengthiand volume to the - we!".
Thetimpait a deliMous arimatothn
They are delightful to , the taste.
They.are motto simiile herbs and in
harm any o ne.
if, d i .10
I antis° e efy ang wFi as a trugh ot
Husky Voice of a Bad #regili; or any,:polo. ,
ty oithp,Tlioah to gt!f i a 144 age Only
Conibition&, ihey WT I iil!te y e . wont "pstantir,
and you will agree with tiiiik4,iyti
to the spot." IVon will Gad theie vent tLtrtfil.
and pleasapt while einveling or attending pule+
lic meetings for stilling.your Cough or
ing your throat. If yon try one package Ise
safe in saying that you will. ever, afterward.
considcr_thein indiepensible. Yon will Gad
theM Drligsisti mid bealers in Medichiti
' 1 6 fi1oP, 'II'VENTY-FIVE CENI4; -
biy signaluiels oil each Packinrei Idiheri
are couiitelfelt.. r •
A Package *lll its seit liT , mail , pie pazdj
on reeiptof Thirty 'Ovals. ••
Address, lIENRY C. SPAbliIN,q:,
No. 48 Cellar street, Neivr,Votk?....o
CEPHALIC PI US
pUItE - - -
, :CUPS • -
ALL KINZIE; QP
By the rse of thesi Pills tftepeiil,l9 atAaelyt
of Nereitni dr 4 Ireciiiiiehe rinv,be.Prevent l
ed; and if taker% at the commencement cilia
attack immediate relief from pain and alai:
ness will be obtained.
k i i..•o
They seldom fan in removing the
u a ,.. it
and Heailaehe to tilleil feglaleg aAi‘o sub.
Iject. . ,; ..*, 0 . „ :! ,• .1 • - .i•
They act dials ) ; upon die bowels.•:—remotr.
, ing Costicensa. : ~
For I.l:feiary A R . ,..§ - iiiwe4twi=e,.. Delp vie
, males; and all persona. Of ;triode?* !midi*: the,.
I are valuab'e as a Laxative, imprOting the als:
petite' ga :04:tone and . vigor by le, et . tVfit tic-.
gaps, and restoring tiLe tatrital etastiiitjr Sea
strength of the 'Whole tstert . ,.
. 1 .
The CthlAlit; PfLTS dialhe result it
long I tirs tigatiio it aid Carrilly.coßducted e.i-;.
periments, baviag , been in use , many year!'
during v;;Iii1 ,thi ; t:?feY v liat? ii pl , lttnted an
• relieved a •Tosi amount of linen ar(d;fit'fferia
from licadaci6, 4lieiligi originating in di
,nervous system or from a deranged state of til'.`
They are entirely vegetable In their compo - - .
sition, and may e taken at all times with PZ,-,
feet safety with PiJOYfin#P7oro,sc.
et, and the abo,e ce:gvo,aizegecf . J;ftte reti;
dery it eat!, to aii niqister rodidifrek
• BEWAIt eftetEtra •
'The genuine pave qe signatures of Henry Ci
!Spaldq„ csi,r.paolPixx.,„ ;) ,
Sold Drciiiists atd aft other Dealers IV
Medicines. t• ;: 4 . ta.011; , : 1
,) A Box seta by mall prepaid . on re
ceipt of the
Plat*: 0 . BENTS;
All orders stVonid .addressed to
• • HENRY C. ,SPA ,
48 Ouclar'Street, New-York:-
TIT FOLLOWING E I ~ tfeSE4l33'O lf
WILL CONVINDE ALL WIIO SUF.FEII FROit
• . 1
Ar SORE ikati
JS WITH N tEfEIR REAM.
gam" Qißg~e , b;;ttfe of SP,AIAP:INA'S PRE!
PARED CLUE Will atayejci liibltf
1 its cost nunte_dly..W
SPALDtcIOW PIItPAttED GLUE,
SPAPINGB PREPARED GLUE i 4
- • SAVE THE PIECES 1.
'ECONOMY! DISPATP/ I
Ser b "A ' STITCH IN TIME DAMSirrilac-wi .
As accidents will happen. ever in well rei:
elated families, it is very, Cfeilnebte, to have
some cheap and converadt ay for repairing
Furniture, Toys, Crockery , ,,*- .
SPALDING.iB PIiEpAIIED GLUE
meets all such emergencies,'and no houiehold ;
.to be without, it. It is always
ready, and up Wiiit sticking point.
-firSgrUZ'S EVERY HOUSE. n .l;..t_t,..
mfr accompanies ears Bottle.
Pric4l - 5- ants; HE NRY • Address,
s• C. SPALDING; •
frcr.`4ti CEDAR Street, New-York.
. As dertnii gfi
nfeeipledpervortaiteeattempt , t
kg to 'palm of ditc_pie nesosper flag public,
imitations of my PREPARED CRAM, Iwould
caution all persons to examine before ptrekear
log, ruid see that the full name, '
Ioy 6 SpAI,D.WG'S PREPARED GLOWS” ,
is on 'the outside wrapped; all oth.en_on