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T at:pi:4v Bit couNIT - Jounsf . -ri
m thenn!y,paper iititilishell in Potter Coiin,*.
pie, and inittittlieteelleut•ttietliunilferboitti
city and,Ctl dtt t mvertistok: : , ,-- , ,:; , .- ',:.
Trislisitinfkdrei tii.ltsWiietu a
must be C responsi bl e - re
Terence. -, ~, :-
All coinnitttikat v.e_.:atieatloti,
must be -dice4iti ' mid: dititeitt
the D ement the * iiiqn Oatt ,, t , o
TERIIS.—One copy r oneeaf, $1; Six copl'o
$5 ; Twelve copies, $l6 ; Twenty .opies, $lB,
ith one tc the'person raising the Club. The
.. °B ey must accompany the names. 1
soirSee new advertivements.
ge.,New Goods' at Stebbins' every
serW.u. Beaver, butcher, advertizes
food for the hungry. Does hesitiess on ;the
right principle, Cosh.
ggi,Tliose who bave promised to bring
is WOOD on subscription, will oblige us eery
much by attendingito it an early day:
jar Those Avhoi have friends in the ar•
try and, wish them l i to see any matter of in
terest published is the TocaNar„ had better
rut out the article and send it in an envelope,
•s nee hear that they do not get papers 43 . ent
vir Again we say; have you tried 1).
il l DeLand Et Co.' Chemical Saleratus t If
sot, get a paper at once and befistonisi4d at
its happy results. It is for saie by all.rellablo
wholesale and retail dealers and at wholesale
by the manufacturers, at ,Fairport; IfOrtroe
Co., N. Y.
tfirWe learn from a *rate letter that
Manx L. Fasatu, of this place, has been ap
pointed Adjutant in the Ist Pennsylvaninße
giment of Reserve Cavalry, McClis division.
This is gratifying to his friends and cobpli
mentary to "little Coudersport:" , We! give
him our 1113„. and wish him much success in.
this doubtless well-deserv,ed promotion'', and
may be, long live to fight - unner the old ':Stars
VIP - DEED : In the Hospital near Camp
Pierpont, in the vicinity of the Chain Bridge.
on. Wednesday the 13th init., of ConsuMpt ion,
D. W. ST/LES, of Capt. Darr's Ccinipany, in-
Campbell's Artillery. Mr. Stiles is front the
Oswayo In this county; and was one 'of the
first, when war •was declared, to 6110111110' hie
muskPt and march to the, detmce of his l coon
try. We learn from je a citizen of this !place
who was in Camp at the time of
that he was mucli'r respected as a soldier and
friend by his comrades in arms.
swir John 0. Frenioat could :spend
$5,000,000 in three months in the cap,i'uity ui
a General with 8000 troops, lioW'muclifwaulcl
ho have spent among 100.000 RepubliCans iu
four years. had he been, elected' President
in 1956 ?—Lewisburg Argun.
If James Buehanan had not proved
a traitor and delivered over to his SOutlern
brethren all the munitions of war .possible,
how many lives and how much treasure - would
have been saved which is spent In pay, for his
And, Were not the people "slightly fooled"
when thee elected the Old Public Functionary
-in place of the true and-gallant Fur:mu:yr?
arThe Rev. J. C. Fletcher gave us a
brilliant lecture on the religion, customs and
people of Brazil. Seldom have we relished
snything more thad the picture he laid before
his audience of that exuberant gardeb of the
tropics laden with its strange variety of fruits
mud ;flowers, teem ng with perpetual harvest
for the hand of man. Surely that country
must be tne garden of the world, and if its
people had the enterprise which moves this
Yankee nation; imagination could not set
bound to the results they would prcduce there.
As relevant to this comparison the Rev. gen
tleman stated that the best -Remedies employ
ed there for the diseases to which they are
4ubject, are invented and supplied to them by
bur well known countryman, Dr. 'T.' C. Ayer
of Lowell, Mass., and that not the peojile only,
but the priesthood and the court of the Em
peror down, have constant recourse sick
ness to the widely celebrated American Chem
ht.--Ledger, , Boston.
Chester county Phoenix - says that the Chinese
Sugar Cane has 'been successfully cillttrated
this year by-many farriers in the western part
Of Chester county. z . The crop is quite abun
dant and a Mr. Own, near Cochranville, has
a mill that I s running day and night in the
manufacture of molasses by steam ;power.—
The apprehension that sugar would be dear
induced the farmers to go extensively into the
cultivation of the Sorghum. - The same paper
is also informed in Upper Oxford township,
Chester county, a mill has been erected for
the manufacture of Sorghum molasses, which
is now grinding sufficient cane to niake from
aeventy-five to one hundred gallons per day.
Ths charge for grinding the cane and making
it are, under fifty gallons, fifteen (cents per
gallon; for fifty gallons or over, twelve and a
half cents per gallon. Thus it appears that
molasses may in time become-one of the sta
ple products of the Keystone, State. Would
it not be well for our, farmers to poi particu
lar attention to the fact of its being possible.
to raise their own molasses and - perhaps have
some for market where the ground liappens to
be adapted to its culture. Since! secession
has taken such a et - r - ong hold upon ianr friends
ht the South, who have been in the habit of
supplying us with this necessity, it , might be
well for those North to act upon this fectand
hereafter be even more independent than for
, rawly. Let the people of Potter try this the
next year, and see whether this clittutufavoo.
The , Ainericat peonle with ttll ;their pre
tended-, &ire for ; Change , and, ;for attainitig
something tetter than that 7 fMind n the pre
sent; iiieye l tslevr to'grasp andaiti inva
riably opposed!to anythiag - that - thitatens to
set-aside old-time customs; Other countries
which are older and colirit. the
governmen.s by centuries, lute iotile,rasot'
for a dislike of change. their lan; aild'ustoms
have been Weighed id die
ence;. butrvd . liiiveilpt: lived long enough to
know' fro ifital What causes :should be
thrown in o the scal e , and thereepth should
illing to act upOh. anithing that
eforiu. -The . United States is not
its 'childhood, the natural printi
eople have not yet been harnibn : .
ps under the same roof and feeds
ante hand systems entirely nn'tago
h one, hand it raises freedom's fing,
.her binds the chains of slavery.
pie, at the ,present time, do,not ap=
ye a full, appreciation of the trou-
yet out of
ples of its
ized, it ke
with the s
with the o
The, peo l
pear to hot
j.li have come upon them, do not
!they who are fighting against the
country are any more than . mere; party ene
mies, and iseem to think that as we hava lived
upwards of eighty years and have. .conquer4ll
past trpubles., so now it is but an angry cloud
that is darkening our sky. which a few short
hours mascatter and leave us but another
pledge of our strength and greatness. This
is a inistake which must be corrected, and the
sooner th ' better for the good' tribe country.
We must! act towards : our southern, enemies
as we vv4ld toward.a foreign foe. We must
use every possible means for the speedy end
of t e war. .Whenever or wherever we ,
can Weft en their power we must do so. If
slavery i - to them a source of pecuniary_ and
physical. id, wipe it out : and, if our Congress
needs a tirnuiant for this work, the people
should g ye it in the shatie of well-filled peti
tions. I slavery is the cause of our troubles
—as a majority of the people in the North
think it is—the surest way to free us from the
effect is to remove the cause. By some, this
may be.ailed bigoted-fauatical-abolitionism,
I that in t e troubles of the country cares more,
Tor the f lfilltnent of its one idea than for the
1 people's good ; - but, different persons may i
have di erent opinions and both be honest—'
and we believe there are a majority of the'
people il tlid North to-day in favor of freeing,
the slaves of every Rebel, and , who, honesily,
believe hat in so doing ibey not only do what.
the con l try should have done years auo, but
what is particularly best suited es
at the pr sent
time to cripple the last expiring energies of
the iishi l tnern Rebellion. We hope this ideri
will b • chide eeneral tin the for th of petitions)
therm g iout , the. whole North, :Ual that When
'ls meets, as it will in it few days, it will
id before ii Cie desire Oran free4lll l er;
irtg,, "make loose the bonds of the slave
the oppressed go free." Last year tbiS
night Lot have been pstlitie. swat would
rused useless ~gitatiort and effected uO
ither for 'the white - man or for the slave,
hen the Sonthis in arms .for the per.
iti of this blighting, .system, the free
the nation are under no obligation
o keep or help perpetuating it, but b'
laWs of war and of -self-defense would 1
and right in abolishing, the whole syS I
.le ''ollowing was the opinion of John
Adams, given on the floor of ConiresS:
y this down as the law ;of nations. 'I
• military authority takei., tbr the time.
free of all municipal institutions, slaVery
the rest. Under that state of things.
i'rorn its being true that the States where
iy exists have the exclusive management
i l subject not only the President of the
-States. hut the Commander of the Army
twer to order the universal emancipation'
In the instant that your Slave-holding
become the th etre of war. civil servile,,
ign, from that instant, the war powers I
,gress extend to interference with the
stiou of slavery, in every way in. which
ibe interfered with—from a claim of in
tty fin. slaves taken or destroyed; to. the
in of the State burdened with slavery to
ign power." ,
:civil war c ome,-if insurrection cotrie,!is`
)esieged Government to; see Millions !of
'suojects in arms, and have ho right to
the, fetters Which they are forging into
Is? No I The War Power of the Griv-,
,*eep this Institution into the I
Q' od e. l l
sat th i
the pl I
moo : i
:TERSON'S MAGAZINE.—W are in
it of this popular Lady's Magazine for
nber. It: is a splended number. The
page for 1861 is the handsomest we ei•er
"Peterson" will be greatly improved in
It will contain 1000 pages of double
un reading matter ; 14 steel plater ; 12
led steel fashion plates; 12 colored pat
in Berlin work, embroidery,,or crochet,
800 Wood engravings—prOportionably
T . than any other periodical gives. , Its
ies and nowelets are by the best writers.
862, Four Original Copyright Notelets'
be given. Its Fashions are always ; the
st and Prettiest 1 Every neighborhOod
it to make up a club. Its price is abut
DOLLARS a year, or a dollar less than
,azines of its class. , It is the Magazine for
Times I To clubs, it is cheaper still, 'viz;
Free copies for $5, five for .$7,50, or, eight
10. •To every person getting up a club,
Publisher will send an extra copy gristis,
premium. Specimens' sent (if written
I to those wishing to get up clubs,, ,Address,
.paid, Citatturs J. PE:masox, 300beitnut
et, Philadelphia. . , I , I
The CleFelaud I Leader iays; the
nulls are flooded with ciiculars appealing for
doributions to the "U. S. IlumanetSociety,7
wh ch professes to act by consent of the Gov
ernment, and under US authority, in obtairting
futidtr the army ambulances and, hospitil
I. The modest sum of only thirty
tbOusand dollars is require d, and subscrip
tions from a dime and upwards are soliCited.
It is needless to say that the whole thing is r a
humbug,,and a gross attempt to swindle. the
Iiertfr.,,ATPOINTED. , 4-..Hiuton Row n
}f i elper, t 4 author of the grapendeng Crisis,'
has been 'appointed Consulitii.BneiloS.Ay'regy
arad, , Will leave 'ln a few 'days:for his post of
- Thii,annouticenient:so seemingly
important is yo• fraught tviltl., somettiirig of
more.sital•iiitere;t the l'iliate , 4l44uthig
of some men to a Consulate: it is lint a few
sho4ears k i - ga that men holding the views
On kational suUJrcts that does,
were licit' iinljr unfit
fur ittly unite ; but *ere ephiideltd amenable
to the late as preltelltrs Of treason, 'tho
feeling against them , Was a1M0,..1,:as bitter as
against the- supposed witches oridassachu.„
setts. Anil to-day we consider Itan evidence
' of a more healthY and liberal' state of feeling
in the whole country when a Chief Mngistrate
appoints, and with few dissenting vgices, one
of the first advocate 3 of the principles , that a
few years ago cous.gned Lovejoy to his grave'
and a.printing-press.to the waters of the Ohio. i
fiiit such are the steps that Liberty is taking;
and such the jand•marks she so proudly )
plants along .her path. 4 The' days of witch
hernial; and the days when the anti-slavery
men of the country could not open their
months for fear of the hemp, are past never
more to return.
- • I
rm... The following, ore, the lists of Jci; ,
rors ttrown for the December Term of Court
GRAND JURORS :
Allegany—Chas Coats : G B Monroe
' Birightm—Dant Hand C Lewis
Couderspart—A Armstrong •
Clara—J D Storeyson, A'Cole
Harrison I N Stone,• A Hawks, II Harriers,
C Phillips \
Homer—G',Scoville, J Quimby
()swig o—W S Lockwood, G W Tyler
Pike--R S Phoenix
Plea ant Vailey—D P Roberts,
Roulet—, Patrick Carey
Sharunl—P D Dodrick I
Ulysses—W Flynn, Jobe Gee •
TRAVERSE Jußons :
Abbott—D Conway, A Ton, C Kendall.
• Allegany-0 P Chamberlin
Bingham —G S Brown,A Price ' 1
Genesee—V Johnson. D W Atherton, J Hill
Harrison—lsrael Dodge IL Hurlbut. I Rob
in Son; J Burtis, S B Goodsell.
Hector--C Atwood, D Kilborne,S C Nichols,
Hebron—W Chandler, D-Clark, S.
I) ihatelier, H. B. Harris, I , Prigit.
Oswiivo—l Pierce, L D Estes •
ROlet—W McDougall, D Smith . ,
Sharon-W L Starkweather; 1... F. Carnes,
0 C Warner ' ' ! •
Ulysses—lf Manning, C H Cashing, , J !TV
Freeman ' 1
Wharton—Seth Briggs, Jr. , 1 !
. • PRICE. CURRENT.
Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEH,
' BINS ,t; CO., Wholesale and Retail '
' I),atlers in Groceries and Provisions,
opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel; , •
Coudersport, Pa. ;
Apples, green, l a bud, . $ 37i to p 2,1
do ' dried, " ••1 00 2 001
Beans. it 100 150!
Beeswax, v lb., 20 In
Beef • at . 4 . 1 5;
Berries, dried, 11 quart 6 •illi
Buckwheat, eil bush., 371 1 • 44;
Butter, 11 lb., 12 14;
Cheese, "' . -7 10;
Corn,'? bush., 75 ; 88 I
Corn Meal, percwt., . •. 1 50 1 2 ,0'
Eggs; II doz , • a ;10:
Flour, extra, 14 bid.; 650 7 (i,o•
do .superfine " , ~ 550 6LOO
HaiuS, /1 lb., - . / 12/ :15:
5 5 / 0 (LOU 6.
flay, ...V ton, -•
Honey, per lb., 10 112 . 4
Lard; " • ' 110 '112:
Maple Sugar, per lb., ' . 8 . ; 112,
0.tt5, 7 6.1 bush., 25' ' ; 'BO
Onions, "SO 75'
Pork, "t 1 bbi., 21 OCr 23;00
do: e;tl lb., , ; lO 113
do! in whole hog. 12 lb., ir 6; '74-
Potatoes, per bush, 25 .37/
Pgaches, dried, '}7lh4 i 25,
Poultry. l "/R lb., 1 ;1 - ; ' 5
Rye, Rler bush., ' ' :, l • 1
Salt,;ll bbl.,--';' , ' ; 275 3 50'
do' V sack, ' . , 120:
Trout, per ilp 1:,, • - . 4 50' 5 00,
Wheat. '''/O bdih.., ; . IOT L 12i
White Fish, 76/1 i bbl., ' 450 500
$252 ENIPLOYM ENT
We will pay from $25 to $75 per month,
and all expenses, to active Agents, or give a
commission. Particulars sent free. Adfires
ERIE SriVING Micutxn' Cosn'asr, R. JAMES,
General Agent, Milan ; Ohio, an2py
To -Consumptives. ,
Tug Advertiser, having been restored to
health in a very few Weeks by a ye:li sim
ple remedy after havtng suffered several lyears
witlka severe lung affection, and that firead
disease, Consumption—is anxious to.make
known to, his fellow sufferers the means `of
cure. To alt who desire it, he will send A copy
of the prescription used, tfree of chargej)witlt
the' irection for preparing and using thelisame,
which they will,find a sure cure fc.? Consump
tion, Asthma, Bronchitas, The only ob
ject of the subscriber in sending the Prescrip
tion is to benefit,the afliicted,and spreadi infer
rnation which he conceives - to be invaluable,
and he hopes every sufferer will try hill eerie
dy, as it will cost them nothing awl may
prove a blessing. •
Parties wishing fly .escription'will please
...miles wishing. the pr_
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON„
Mugs County, New York
MEAT ! MEAT !
Win. Beaver, Butcher
fIAN still be found at the old standl 2 on
cond Street, where all kinds of FRESH
MEAT, of the best quality can be had.
SALT and FRESH PORN,
And ail kinds of
He invites all the eitisens,of Coudersport to
give him a trial... • „ )
ge)..tdeat will be sold at the lowest prises.
Itig,,,CASLI roust he paid for all meat pur- .
chased.. "Small profits , and quick salas r ls his
motto. Nov. 25, 1,861,
N MV orrivaf of Good* every. week
• • ETES:Ms,
• , .1
HErig As Ina' , Italiere•G. White
4 1 reSident Judge, and_rhet:
Jones Colvin; Associate Judges of
theOourts of Oyer Terminer ,and - General
o`ail Delivtry, ',Quarter Se4ious - Jlia . ',..Deitee;
Orphans' Court and; Good, of..qpralgeri,
ror tbe Rounty of.Potter i . hay?. flick
Bearing date sityntli
anuary, in the One Ahctt
sand eight hundred :end Sixty-iire j and ' i to the
ireeted ! fek hailing n Cqurt.of Oyerntid Term
iner•atid General. Jaii:Oeliv,eryl Quieter . Set-
Isions ofthe peace,Orpharis',Court - ond:Couri
lof Common Pleas, to the, Burciugii' et,Crintler-,
rspoirt, on DIONDAy - ; the 23iff..day of Det.-
!ueit, and to coutifine one rvec:
Notice is therefore hereby gifren to the bor.
JUstices of the Peace and Con Stables
within the county, that they bci then and there
in their proper persons, itt 10 e'thick M. of
said day, with their roils, rdcords,. ingoisi
examinationS, and remembra flees,
to:dii those things; which to . their: Oflie l es - itp- 1
pertain to be done. And -those Whp . are)round
by their recognizances to prosec ute
the prisoners that are or:, shaiibeitathejall of
said - county oaf . Potter,. are to I,ie then and there
to . prosecute Against them as pill be j ust.
Dated, at COUDERSPORT; . Nll%*. 12, 1861, and
the 84th yeat: of the tadeptudente of the'United
States of Americo.
WM. F. BURT. Sli'Friff.
10", OTICE is hereby givengthat. the follow
inspetiounts [lave been e'itu»ined and
passed by me. and remain Tiled in the •E'im4-
thonotary's Once of Pottei county, Ifor the
inspection of theirs, le,tatees; creditors, and
all others in any way interested ; be
Presented to•the next Orphiin's Courts t ‘ said
county, at the Court HousMin' the Borbugh of
Coudersport, on TuesdayO the 20th I] day of
Dec., A. ror cont4in4tion and allow
ance • • IZ ; ii
Partial account ofated ac i d Win.
3letz;er Adminiotratorstof the estate of X.
Schoorwrker, deed, lute of (lotiderspo4 •
.Pinal 'account of Lavinalcarlln and Francis
Strang. adinrS-of the estate of Samue Carlin,
dec'd, late of elector townibip. .
DAN BAKER, Register.
Coudersport,'Dec. 23, 1461. - . • •
.. . .
Divorce . IV oticte;
WILLIAM 11. CRONK,' Libel in Dnoree. -._
' vs.. ' • ~Nci..l•27,June Term,
SARAH JANV CRONIt 0361. 1* • *
TO Sarni* Jane Crorik.l Respondent above
named : SUbpeepa nnd Wilts subpoena, in nbove
entitled cause have been issued and returned
.Niliii. you ntre hereby required to aimenr on
Monday of; the nextiternt of oar said Court,
(4th Monday in Dec..neio) to nnswiti l itliis said
complaint.', . W. F. BURT,Shff of Pdtter Co.
Nov. 14, 1861. . f . - - - i
- vOTICE is hereby gi ve,ii to all whom it may
concern that. nitrification by Petition will
be made to the Governor of the Commonwealth,
for the PARDON of Hen+ Ervay, nelw a con
vict in the Eastern Penirpniiitry nt rhiladel
phis, immediately after Dscember COurt,lB6l.
• , I' .• - i SALLY ertv: Y.
Nov. 16, 1861.' 1 .
Ts hereby . giien, to all those 'indebted to
I...,ot.mstEn & Kntax; either by note or book
account, to call and maicesetiferneht .I,efore.
the first day of danuar,i•next, and thereby
sate costs. H .J. CL.tfSTPD,
S. p. KELLYJ
Coudersport, Noy. 5. Ip6l.
Notice: to the IFOinilies of Vol.
untee'rs. d , •
COUNTY Cism:cr.:lp having
made arrangement for securing a loan
at the next December Tenn of Court, the
Board of Relief wid contieite to issue orders
in all such cases as shall seem 'equitable and
proper.. !The next meeting of themud will
be on Tuesday, the lath I day of December
next. That justice untYlbe done t all parties
the Board require' thUt ail all''appli ations for
Relief shall be ; made in Jirititig,, aLiting, that
the applicant has valunicered in the s. ryice
of the United .states, unildr the orders of the,
Governor.of this eorinniinivealth, also stating
the exact circumstances of the faaiily of. satd
Volunteer at the tire ot the appliCation. and
to be certified -by an; affo:ivit of soir respon
sible citizen acquainted! with alll e facts of
the case:,, ! 1
,It is further .understotd by the .Board that
the Relief granted. is on i ylfor present necessi 7
ty and that the Volunteer as soar as practi
cable will forward fi poilian• of liiA wages for
the use of his f.tnilY. ,
By order of tticl Board of Relief:
, • . L. - 11.... i 'COLE, Coin's CBE. .
poiamissioners Office, Nov. 13, 18t31!.•,
~The .indersignell having
.1)17" just re.deived ajlar& and
well' silCcted sto k ofi
OLOORSi WATCHES k JEWELRY;
offers them for sale at prices that: will corn-,
pare favorably - with those of any city c 4. town
within 100 miles. Bv;ery article of iewelry
and every style of Watches. and Clocks' usu-p
Rlly found,in retail Stties kept constantly on
hand, and•warranted • to be as represented.
also, Beal's Patent Revolver; kept onj hand.
and sold cheup. I ' • •
cry Repairing done on sharp notice, in
good style and fair , rates,
Call and see me at the sign of " Big
Watch." ' ' C. 11. WARRINER.
Coudersport, Jan. 1. Is6l,
. . ~_ ,
3tk CORD% of,Woop wanted et
ll tne JOURNAL I OfEce,, , imtnellintey,
for which the highest
i tarket Price
will be paid in SubsCriptians and
Advertising. 1 1 . i
COUN i t N Y I ;
, PIOW AN, D
with be foanti hereafter at the sto.e• ,
, . P. A. STEBBtNS & CO
Sar.A large lotjust , reeeiredl I '
Couderspcirt, Marsh 2
1, V Vv iTHEREAS, letters of• admfmstration 'on
the the estate of RUFIJS THOMPSON,deed,
'late of Jackson Tp., Potter have been
grantid to the subscriber in duelform of lily,
notice is herebv,given to all persons knowing
, themselves intiebt4 td said esrate,Aoinlike
immediate payment; and thOse havingelaims
will present them duly nuthentieated for set
tlement. PHIDEIAA rIO3PPSON,
D. W. BMTON; tdminiarrs.
Pebruary 2s, 186 t ' • -
LETTERS of Administration on the estate
of S. S. Wmrs,Jate of Vi'hitesrille,-Alle-:
gang county, Y., bilving obeeniZtunted to
the undersigned, all Persons !having claims
againsesaid estate are req:uested preSent
them to hint for liquidation: and all persona
owing Said estate are rednested to make int
mediate Payment; to him.
Nov. 20, 1861 - • ' I
ifirSobscribe for the JOITANAL.:
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dr Og.ayci . .Nilliig.e , 1
Has juit, reeive a cc
~ ..a l ar ge stock'of CIUUD:S of
all kinds,uch. , 't / ~, ... i ' ';',;,.„
DRY-GOOIDS 1 3 ' ,
ROCARIEN ; t
- : lIXEDIVARE,
QUEESSWAR , , , _. •', ~" 1
i thodP-wEitt, ,, ,
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NS, amill is, -;. , • .1,
iIidERS; '. - "
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'; TEAS, . • -
• - ke.
set, of every kind, and
,'for -Wearing, gating, *ink
ort, Looking at, ,or Stneitling
highest pridefor Wool, phin
huge, part CAS'? if o4UIS
Sr Goad Shlrifales,:il
25 to mare if Wool slkonid
advaUe. All Loods as CHEAP, u can be
! ' OIITI 17,7',61
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0.141.1. S 11 1 E 11 . sr KE 1., I;17:'"
cz Tent e can i always be foOnd the be!it of
Cooing, BOX and Paribill . .
S T 1 1 : 0 - VY S
, Atio, TIN add SHET-I - RON.ARE, POTS,
KETTLBS. SPIDERS, .. 'SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRI - LNG-PANS; SAP-PAgS,I: and CAULD
RONS..I4I-so - '. 1- , i'
. , A ou:ituial tniiildnienti;
sucha.s. PLO VS; SCRAPER CULTI'n-
TORS, .OIIN snELLEits BORST-RAKES,
DOGiP WE -", Se. - 1. 1
THEIR WORK. I L
irlvell made and the material aid. Good and
substantial .EAVE,I-TROUGIiS put up in any
part, of he Coinnty—, Tenni easy : Relay Pay
of all kiinds, including Caill, seldom refused.
On Main Street opposite the 01& 1 Court
Rouie, CoudersnOt. ' Aviv. I. 1R.F.9i...n
: • '. i MANHOOD. •-
.y_ipw LOST, HOW RESTOitED., . .
1.1. j; .rad- 141blisiiiti, in a Pealed envelops:
UsiigNATEtris, TI6:A.T.If &VT, 14iD RAPICA ii CFAS
o v Se s tileavoeance.4., or Seminal ,WeakneSs,Soi
uaf' ,Dekelity,lL Nervoesness and involuntary
t Miss:lobs, prbducing imeotency,Donsumption
and Aetal arid Physical debility.
; : jaY nMrr.-3, ectvEltvh4; v. r 0.,,
The important fact that the awful. 'Conse
qttence of self-abusemaY be eflectualFycured
withoet internal medicines or the dangerous
apnlications bf caustics, instruments, rdica
tett bobgies,iand other empirical devises, is
here. clearly Idemonstrated, and. the entirely
n• W all higfily successful treatment, Lis adop-'
ted : by the. celebrated author . fully explained',
by iiieces ol' . Which eveily one, is enabled to
cure lemsell perfectly, acid At the leAs!t, possi
ble cost,; thereby avoiding :till .the adVertised
nostrums of the day. This lecture will prove
a boon to thimands and theusands.';
,Sent under seal, in a plaib envelop - 0.0 any
addre,'.posi paid, on the . receipt of:two post
age s trops, by addressing :i .
, Dr. ell. '..T. C. KtINE,
127 t owerv. New York. p. 0. box 4 fi"fr,:•
ILL . BE . SOLD'
ADY . -PAY.
, rAltlf.; s lES -, ' for
IBS. of 1'
FOR P CI-TER BLOOD.
And for . en' 'Pali
as _Vanters : Ulcers : Asses, laraptianksiti
Ding:lea, • Pastale,,,
.131aitas : and all Skin Disease*: _
..-- • • - .
, Clattann; Ind., eds./Ski, ISM .•:.•
.7. e Ann - A Co: 'Gents: Ilia! It trepitliflrtit-iie 7
'ILINAVIC , I6) ' what your temperate. has Atr . owe i •
Daring plaeritedts Scrofulous lufeetion, A rip tudtonad .
from it in way. fur years,' . aunt 'lCLStest" (
out in• Mena on mt•hauds and itrutitt finsotiont•in. , t
4 4 .
turned Inward and distresswEnts attbs.
years ago it broke out on rity head and:twat pgs ,
slid ears with one sore. which was paint's! and, ' •• •
beyond description: I tried.snany nrodkints. sew 4
pliyalchnti. but without numb rshrtfritip soy 1.141:a'
stone. fact, the disorder grew one. At length lima ntkyl
to rend lulls.' Goal's'', -Messenger that - yen:had
an alterative (Sansaparilled, for I knew Gust your tirputw!
Lion that any thing. you made mast b0.w00de,.,/ sent to -
Cincinnati and got It, and, used it tilt ittuced gm. I. tusk'.
it, as you talyise, In malt doles of a teaspoanfil, . a
non th; and need almost thritO•iwtales. Stlitat . ant*.b :•
akin soon began .to form under- the scats, sthlt.4 • , 7
while fell WI. .My akin is now clear .ata4,l *now by gai
feelings that th e disease has.gons frOlh WI iiptino: 14144
can well beheYe that I feel what I en saying lan I 11*-
yotki 00,1 hold yoi to be one of the atailliloottlissa,
and rennin seer gratafittly.' , Touts.. -, •
- ' - - Aiitlikt: flitleV - 2
L. Mlthol4os vire -Itesee tit igkrefOillie
- Tetter. tend Sate Rkeiim Scam /Audi -
Ilitioworm, lore Uyee, bropsy. ..
Dr. !inhere M. Prebta tether liotn.Tal•lit.
Font., ha, that he, has cured gn inteteratte no at,
Dropry, which, threatened to ,terminat.• ; 14 , then
persevering nee of our Sarsaparilla,' and alas a
Malignant .Erysipelar by large dales of tha tram; Oar
he euron.tinkeonunon Yyttptigne by It constantly.
Bronclicierlt4 Goitre or Swelled Yeats',
• Zehitlon,Slooti of Proppect; Texas, writes: onus, heeP
ties of yourlamporilla cured ter from e CoDeit....• bl 4.
sous swelling on the neck, stitch had suihreA thee
ever two yesirst', ~_ ~ , ",, - , -1 . 4 .-, .. -,, le ... •i . .
te u e orrlioen or lith It, e i ti tat itanACIIIII et.
Uterine UlteratlAss, FeEttitite Dinettes...
• D r. -
3.11. A. Manning, of NSW York CityonCites; "I
most cheerfully comply with the request etyma agent ht
Paying I have found your Sanest arilli s mat exceDeell
alterative - in the,,nnutarutte..eontplattits for Width we
emplOy such a remedy, but especial y in Amok Dieeese .
of the Scrofulous diathesis: I liars mired ntierAittenoW
ate caret of Leticorrbcea by 14. and some WWI*. the mow
plaint was caused by Wlceration of the uteri,. Tbswiseri
ation itself wag soot cured.. ,Nothing within tiny itsPrir4;
edo 'equals Dior these female derangements" - • .
Edward S. Narrow, of Newbney, Ala., writes, "A dial
germ,' nean'en tumor on one of the females in my Minitel
which had defied all the remedies we could employ, bas
at lengtlybeen completely cured by your .Ihttraetl
taparilla. . Our , physician thought nothiust. . '.
lion eould afford relief, but he adyisel the; eil teal
lareaparllla us the last . tegoit Mlt'.ttit A to lAA 11l
proved effectual. After taklug your remedy eight Weald
,cm symptom of the disease yenialm'i . .
Syphilis anti Mercurial' Dille**
• New 0111X4NB, 25th August, 111 k
Dn. 3. C. Ana: Fir, I Cheerfully comply with the set
pest of your agent, and report %you some of the amid
I have realized with. your Sarsaparilla. - •
I have 'cured with it, in my practice,lnnsi or Llakeetee
plaints for which it is recommended, apfl Inn dmnd IN
iffects truly wonderful in the ems of ,lreiterealimel•asrs
enrich Dierate. One of my pritletti haid-Syphilitle alert*
xi his throat, w . bich were,smuuening his palate and the,
top of his Month. Acme Sarsaparilla, .steadlly 4akes,„
:rued lain In flee weeks. Another was :attacked t.,*
andery. syintitonm hi
,hue nose, and the uleeratiatt
eaten away I considerble part of it, so Iheit I Wen UM
disorder would soon nisch his brain and kill bier, Buell
fielded. to my administration of your Baraaratilln; the
Ulcers healed, and be is well again, -not of emirtroldtheuil '
"some disfiguration to Ids face. A woman win.. kid book
treated' for the name disorder by trierebryolds tridlerba
from this poison in her bones, They bid Worn au
eitive to the weather that on a deilinp,day she suffered eat
zruciating pain in her joints and bones. She, toe, was
:tired entirely by your Sarsaparilla In a few weeks. 2
know from its formula, which your spot game Ine,ffiail
this rreparatirin from panr. laboratory must lie r a,oll4
remedy; cousuguently, these truly remarkable eimeitts
with it bine not surprised . me. • • • I . r • • ,
Fraternally yours , G. V. ",ASIIIZR;M: D.
Ethetintiatisits, G 6
o_ Liter omplallitte
Piptretinelicc, Preston Co., Va., 6th July, 1159.
Da. J. C . Assn: Sir, I have been afflicted with a pots.,
tut chronic Rheumatism fora long time, which baffled the
rkill.of phyelcians, and stuck to me in spite of all thet
:remedies I could find, until I tried your Sarsaparilla.
'mule cured rue in two weeks, and restored my Win"
aealth so much that I am far better- than belr i lwas
'Packed.' I think it it wonderful medicine. Z. IL
Jtiles Y. Getchell, of St. Louis, writesi bulk
its licted for year. with an affection If .the • r r wbleh
r destroyed my health: I tried every thing, in t ileMmy think
felled to relieve me; and I have been a nOinerdowa matt
for None years - from no ottmcr cause than derangement
the .Giver. Sly beloved pcator, the Rev: Sirs Espy, advise
use to try your Sarsaparilla, because he said be knew you,
tnd any thing you made was worth trying. By the Wes",
ing of pod it has cared tile. ientlime so purl 24 any bleed
"es to make ii'new man of rue. I feel yoluse streinu Tl.l
bust that can be said of you is not half good snugly/' '
Selz Irriva,Cancer Tesmorm, ICM4siuttniont;
Vlceratinu t Carlos and Earecdttilloaa of
A griut variety of easel hare been report s/ to ni whom,
curet , of these formidatle complainta hate resulted front
the use of this remedy, but our space here will not admit,
them. Some of them-may be found in our American,
Almanac, which the agents below, named an pleasedlnr
+furnish gratis , to all who call for them..
byspepsin,lleart Disease,..Fits, Epilog!'
, sy, Illelaneltoly, Neuralgia.
Bratty remarkable cures of these affections have tore
made by rho alterative power of this medicine. It stint's..
isms the, vital felicitous into vigorous action, and this
,:werromes disorders which would be supposed tslYntid'itg
read). Such.a remedy has long been, twit:tired by.olit
tessities of the people, and we are confident thatgbh' . *lll
'do for tliem'ell thee medicine can do. •
kyir'§ Cherry teetorali
POE Tun RAPID CURE cal .
toughs, - . Colds, Infinerkza, Illoarssuoisj
Croup, Bronchitis, Xnciplent Cop
m It .
suption, and the •ejlog
. Uf Consuintifito .Patiepto
In .adykaticeet-Btiget "
-of the pliteass, . ,
?his is a remedy so universally known to *wpm say
for s the cure of throat and lung complaints, that tt
is useless hers to publish the 'evidence of its 'trines. lea
unrivalled excellence for roughs and coldi, andlits truly,
wonderful ,cures of Pulmonary disease, hays Wad* IV
known throughout the civilized' nations of the
Few are the communities, or even Wallies, ornongras
who . hare : not some personal experience of, its of —;
sonic living trophy in their addet of. its rktory.oirer. the
subtle and dangerous .disorders of the throat and lango.l
As . all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, sod
is they know, too, the effects of thWreinettY, we used act
lo more than to asenre them that tt has now all the Irish
tuts that it did have when making the cunt which. but
tron ea strongly upon the confidence ofmartkind. •
Prepared by Dr. ,T.C.ATER
cola uy 1; .k E.:l, Jones, ,Coudersport
Mann 3: Nichols, 3111Iport ; J. Milli.
burg; Lyirra, RoOlet.; Corey k.'
Son, Ulysses ; 3 B. Norton, Cushinctille e
and by Dealers gene rally
THE ondersigned u ould respectfully itlftfea_
the surrounding community jlkat,,yo,3as
taken the rooms formerly occopritby Jahn,
S. Neon, where h s e is prepared to '
Ail kinds' of HarikOki Work
on the shortest , ,
also kept Constantly on hanq.„ ! Theft carat,'
nre a superior article, and nee/ but.a tridi se
insure their success.
Repairing done in good stet. _
Surtingles, Martingale-rings, llama, an&
flame• straps, kc., kept rattstarktly on band.
The public art invited to call and examtho„ ,
before purchasing ibi#here, .. •
CocXeriport pct. 160, VIGO.
VIVHERY...ks, letters, of Adsallaistmtion
- tbe'iiiiate of ALVAH TAGGART,-
late of Mit , county of Potter, &c ilia', boa*
betn grait i ed to ttie sabseriSeis, all persona
indebted' to said 'eitate IbrslettitsledTioa44as
iinmediafe payomt, bad tbisaateto-.4
agnialsi the same, will irtitiit'tliiPsa dal; 'ink..
thestliated for seitle:
• POLLWARM:'"ALGGAIkr... -
JO.IL'sAfiLSA I37 ..
. Ang. 21,1861
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