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111 litocgtotentlon or Incontinence of rrine. Intlamms
bloriortleeratima of tbe Diad.ier DISOISC 3 of
Use Prostrate Gland, Gravel, Brick ry.:se, Deposit ',Dropsl-,
eat Swelling,. Orgaalo Weaknesa, 3 nein Com
plabate, &e. .
'FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
Will iadically exterminate from thi: - zrztiLlin Diseases a:l2-
* ft= liabits of Dlssipation, a e ftttta expense, Urge or
8.0 change of die!, no , inconvenience or secppJaro;
oomplataly supertading those . tinl)larsant and dangerous
resmodits, CopaLia and Mercury, in 'curing these c'ir.t.ter..
MID trrnacT i3ti/c.ttu
In ill Diseases of the lirinery Ora ens, 711.0.1 - Itr
"Lis or restiLs, front tciateCer cause crt 4 . aal and
mattsr Izaio tong Etanding. las pletaiint :nits taste
"cad odor, IMIEDI,111:, fa octlon, and raorey'rtrengthealer.
than any of tho preparations of L',r,i; or /rot.
Those irstfering hoe D'O:CO:1ropc:I. or Dcliaztos Cc.rati
hotiana, procure Ma Pon edy at cnco.
The Reader must be aware that bilwaver r,:::,•ht may be
the atta.k of the z.bara dizeasea, It certala to affect !Az
Jkgtaltileuth,:ifental Poacare and Liapp Tiers. It no
treatment li submitted to, ConigunpUoti or Insanity may
All the abova diseaset require the all of a diuretic.
HELMBOLD'3 EXTRACT BUCHU
X 5 the Great Diureti4:
Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla,
hr purifying the blood, removing all diseases arising frcm
41114411 and imprudence . In life, chronic constituilonal 41i3-
sues selling from an impure state of the blood, ant th e
Sly tellable ant effectual kno:lm remedy for the cure of
krefula, Scald: Mad, Salt Rheum, Pales and 3wellin of
e• Donee, Vicerations of the Throat and Legs, illotchce,
11103ples on the Face, Totter, Erysipelas, and ail scaly crap ,
*rta of the aktn,and-peautifying the asurmaimi,
. . .
p # ,.l ' ;:l4:;t:X . : 4
• - " 7-, •;-) ."fi
NOT A. •Flw
12 the went disorders that aNdlct mankind arise from ills
eruption that acceunulates In the Blood. Of all the eds
. Overlap that ho been made to purr It out, non° v. 2.4
atiat to tided lISL.IIBOLD'S COMPOUND LTTRACT
LLUISARIAILLA. If elc,inses and renovates tho
/food, instills the vigor of health Into the system, And
- =gel out the humors which make disease. It stimulates
Ake healthy functions of the body, and expels the disorders
%ha row and ranlile in the Dlood.• Such a remedy, that
lictld be relied on, has long been sought for, and new, fe •
be first time, the public havo one on which they can do
gma. Our space here does not admit of certlflcates to
dew Its greets, but the trial of a einglo bottle wlll show to
le sick that it has virtues surpassing anything they hare
Two tablespoonsful of the Extract of Sarsaparilla; added
la plat of water, is equei to the Lisbon Diet Drialc, and
'We bottle Is equal to a gallon of the Syrup of Sarsaparillai
.7 the decoction as usually male.
rbs above Extracts aro prepared ton purely stientlfie
T'actio—inti embody, tho full strength of
Aa tortedients entering into their composition. A ready
sad concbuive test will be a comparison of their proper
witlithots on forth in the U. b. Dispensatory.
1-ICM 70 U$Z Tat ti'-.+MEDM*--$.
Ia Diaoyea of no Blood, Humors on the Face, or any
sad every part f the body, use £_r-tract Sarsaparilla, cp
plAlog to Plmplee and all external flumor,s or Eruptions
atm Improved. Rose Wash.
Vie the Extract Buchu for MI Ullcaaer requiring the rid
evf apt/erotic, except those of the Urivary Organs, such a:
f onorrhamt and Meet; to these tuc the Eat:act Lucile'
and Inlet:with the IcaproTed Rose *Atli. •
THESE M.TRACT3 rt.vcr, BEEN AIDIWITTE
TO UffE IN THE UNITED STATES .%JMY. and Cra arc
fn vary general umo In ali the STATE EGSPITALS AND
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS throughout the laud, as trill as
I pdtate practice, and are conardered as invaluable
DELITfEE'ED TO 2.1V7 :IMORESS.
rilreot /otters to—
fIXI.III3OLD'S DRUG CHEMICAL WARMOrFE,
194 Broadway, N. Y., next Metropolitan lipid,
Eva or;b 311EDICAL DEPOT,
104 South Tenth St., Ass,•:nbli PhUa.
Da'cram Sympfor.it in an Communi4atior.z.
SOW BY ALL ORUGG?STS' EVERMERE.
Beware of Counterfeits!
ASK, tna EIELADQ.I,II`S.
Tao no other'. 44 1
• tlk- v..7 .
FA., • STATE . NO= 1L SCHOOL
ItIANSFIBLD; T:10GL.00 y PA.
THIS INSTITPTION WAS
g ecognised by the State .Autiteritiet,•inil
•1.3:E. , • 1
State No'rrnaa School,
vla formally Opened ai each fa September 1863.
The School is at leogtla pieces upon' a se- I
lure basis—the .Statel appropriation of the
current year enabling the Trustee to extin-
guish the greater portion , of the odtstanding ,
liabilities, and to Make - extensive iniproea-I
merits upon the buildings and grounds.
The ,S ring Term will 'coni mence about'
41a-rch 10, 1,6.. -I , i 1
Pra t , F. A. Antics, for the past six years ill. l
charge' of the Chests County.' (Pa.) Normal
School, has been ele ted Principal, and Prof.
.T.Strait, of the Edinb ro State Normal School,
tion, bas been appoi ted to the Professorship
of Languages and hl ithenaatici:
Prof. Alien is wel known throughout the
State la's a gentletnat. of accurate schol'arship,
poseeraing a practical experipuce of fifteen
years as au educator of teachers, and 'a thor
ough acqua Intancel witjt their edhcational
wants, acquired fr 111 his connection with
County institutes i every section of Penn
aylvania, as well eain oilier Siiates.
Competent and , thorough instructors will
be provided for the other departments of the
School. • •
The building has been refited throughoht
and prcvidecl with I Prniture of idlest:lost ap
pr,ved rt.: le. togetbet• with an extensive col
lection of rnap , ,charta,and worka of ieference.
Excellent Clieizic4 - and PhilOsop'uical ap
paratus will be in r'eii.dine4s at' the opening of I
the School, 1 ,:
To 'keep pace wit'h,fthe-impror ernents in ed
ne.ltion, a gymna.-ium will be erected, for
which a v..nluable, apparatus for ithe heavier
and lit,ter ex.^.tc.,.,er: has al. eql.ily been 'secured
- The:.scitool year , is divided into three terins
of thirteen weebd etch, with no vacaticn,, ex
cept the wee.h. or Thriz , tnas ,
It is . desirable that stutlenp.shoura enter at
the compictr.c€:turmt'bf . r.:terni, and fora period
of not loss than Thirteen weeks
'aci:Ln, , ?cd per extra
charger; for the laguages or the 1. - tiglier Math
ematics. Teat books rented at reasoria'ule
matee. Vocal and instrumental mt.tA. al;
teachei' prices.; Boarding in the hall, 36 f,v
per, term ; wood j foe winter, 300 per Cerm;
washing, 53 2a; room rent. y t 50. I
The arrangerdents now maid are of sucb
a nature as to viaiWaut the Trustees in r,avin,?;
that no other the State adords
b:tter ficil4ties for'ihe ;Pint:Minn of Teachers,
or for the preparation rfstudentsfor college,
or for 1.. , .. , nerai
Fur int ther imrtictillrs address the
pal, at tot county,
W. C. PiPLEY, Pres I.4ard of Trustees.
...k.LIVERT CLARK, Secretary.
Mansfield, Dec. 26, 1.361.
- -- ---- •
Whilst trying Ciitfee of all tui, VANOQS brarid3,
Rerni.#ber. • , BBOWNIN,G'S ',EXCELSIOR"—
! at the head it
True, it's not 'opers that are•
Bute stretcl(..weiall do know, good goods
will ,elsily hear,
'But a stretch like ihis—"sold every,where"—
is very opt to tear.)
Now, r can safely say, tviti,Jout any lirFit.^..tion,
There's none like "BROWNING'S.§XCEU3I-
in tiiis e n
:killed chemists have not found a OtAfee from
any store ; .
Possessing the same inzredienta as' " rorrA r
' ing:s Excelsior ". ~ .
Nor is there any one, in or cut bfthe Coffee
trade, '1 '
Who hnows the arriel.es - rum whic4 "Brown-1
isg's Excelsior" it ma l de.
I'm told, it's made from barley, z", - e, rioacat,
beaus, and peas; t •
Name a thou and other thingst--but the
RIGHT 0N..[;l itly6u please.
But tv,ith the K'!offeetn I will tiol hold con
For the• many, man, things thej- sit}—too
numeeons too Mention. -
Whilst they're engaged in running round
from store toistore, l •
To learn the current wholesale price of
Some who know my Coffee gives perfect sat-
isfaction, i ;
Have fornMd a plan' by which they hope to
4a115.0. a quick reaction.
The cede.—'tie with a few; no doubt '.twill be
.. . vith more—
To na e their roffee after mine, (BROWN
NG'S) i..;XCiEILSIOR." ,• ,
Some sy their's the only brand that will
istand a ready rest. i , ..
Now try a little oflthem all--ee which you
like the best,
Three years have passed =4 Since I first
sold a store,: • •
Never have I in your paper adverted before:
Nor wonidsl now, or ever consent'to publish
more, • .
If like So meused by "eyeryhOdy," "sold
everywhere." in , "erery
4. trade like this I nOtilish ; !the orders I
could not fill; • • .
The Factory all Jersey's lard would take--
leave not a foot to tilt.
My trade is not so very lar still 1 ttnak I
have my share:
But, render. you may' rest ! assured, 'tis NOT
.Iranr.ylK.7"ttrol ,:rulfor Sole b l y Me writer,
GEORGE L. BRINING,
.21 7 ?): 20 Markct strewn 21 r . J.
This Coilee m
not composed of poisonous
drugs, it contahis nothing d'ehiterious ; many
persons use this Coffee that cannot use the
pore coffee; it takes but one and half
ounces to niake rt.quart oflgood stro:np; cof
fee, thn.t, just one-htilf the quantity it
iakes of Java Coffee, and ; always less than
half the price. z ,
RETAIL DEALERS May hiirehnse it in less
quantities than ten gros tit my prices from
the Whplesale e t roeert
tr.4),Orders hp mail frond tboleEr.le IDeal
ers promptly attended to. I
. -Dr. A. VRENCH's
RE becoming the most i poptilar .Nfedicine
Pi in circulation.for the pure of -
LIVER CO3IPLAINT. (
DEBISITIY t.F THE NERVOUS
SYSTEM, and WitEAKNESS of the
STOEACH arid DIGESTIVE or,Gexs.
It is also . great ireputation in the
,CURE of DIPTHERIA.
Principal Office, r'ouderaport Po...tar C0.,?.i0.
lA. STEBBINS tiboi are closing! up an
• old ,Ledger. i+aons indebted to
;bem Trill please call and ;tattle, before the
,cc otn t s :0 3 I•t thei,proper ()Maar for
1 . 9 5 is l
A ...„.4el,:le i d 1 'lnquire at
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The Fall Term will commence August 31st
1361 and continue thirteen weeks.. Tuition
from 54.00 to $B.OO per term. Board can be
had in the Principal's family. -Rooms for
self-boarding can be had in the Academy
Buildings at $2.00 per term. • ,
• E. Iirl1.1)31A11, A. M. Principal, aseiisted
by other Teachers.
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instruction of teachers in their profession: in
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ral'usble aids will be used
•P. S. MARTIN, RI - in:dent!
AT /a 1:11' 111 A /ITIN, Oversaw'''.
OCR atttentibn is invited to
attra.ctlve si.Ock juet recei
sate as low as thOame qualities
anywhere iu the county.
We haFe on hind a largo a'
sortment of DoMestic Cottons, 6 ,
BROWN SFIEETINGS, and
BLEACHED ME'S I
ticirwas, and' •
* COTTON FLANNELS
cannct be undersold. •
We purchase 'onr goods for
Them at a very small -advance
r you want to purchase
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING .
HOODS, - •
a full supply
DON'T fail to call befolipurchasing and
see the assortment
BOOTS & SHOES
F - OR .
a wo h n e i el 3 a; Children, in great va-
For Molasses, syrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffee,
in fact everything In the Grocery!line, call
A full assortment Of almost everything that is
kept in a country store on hand. We intend
to keep Goods that will give 4tisfaction and
sell good articles at the lowest living prOfit.
Grain of 'all hinds,
Sheep Pelts, Furs,
County, Township and School Orders, for all
of whici the highest prices will be paid
Coudersport, Pa,Nov'r 18, EH'
I ' •
INPRIAL 'OIL COMPANY,
OEFO 136 SOUTH FIFTH STREELr
Capital $1,0.00,000. 200, : $5 en . ..
Reserved Capital $250,000.
' President, ALEXANDER 111,CLURE.
A. E, NICLERE, D. S. JACEMAN, ELISFIA W. DAVIS,
THOMAS A. SCOTT, J, C. BO.MRERGER,
PETER B. SMALL, JOHN M. POMEROY.
JAMES M. SELLERS, Secretary.
ELISIIA W. DAVIS, Treasurer.
ThislCompany has 120 acres of land, in fee,
on Allegheny River immediately op'Posite Oil
City, and adjoining Laytonia, with q 0 rods
front ott the river, and 15 rods front on Lay's
Ron. t lllon. C. P. Ramidell, editor of the Oil
Creek Plonitor, and 'agent for this land, as
sures the Company that it will sell in lots for
.3100.000, •reserving the oil right which is
worth (5100,000 additional Immediate reve
nue, will be derived for the Company from the
, sale nf)these lots: And the Company have two,
good engines with complete fixtures to operate
immediately fotr oil. The territory in this
immediate focaßty has never failed to DM..
d 0 ce Idofitably.
,-- Also, one hnndred acres, in fee simple, in
the ce-tenratad Cherry Stun District; imniudi
ately adjoining Cherry Run Petroleum Corp
pany,,lwhose stock is now worth over $3O per
share; The Company no have offers, which
will b'e aecepted, for sinking wells on lease,
witboht any to the corporation and one-*
half the proceeds to go to the Company. The
Curtin and St. Nicholas Companies are in
this jimmediate locality, and their stock is
now Commanding a large premium. In ad.,
dition, the Company has 40 acres, in fee sim
ple, do Cherry Tree Ran, which empties into
Oil'Creek, and in the best - producing section
of the Oil Territory, and 110 acres in fee
sitnple, on Walnut Bend, five miles above the
moth of 011 Creek, and not over two miles
fromithe celebrated Reed well, now produc
ing o er 200 per day.
Also,4l:te lease of three tracts of land, two
on Oil reek each producing over tenbarreis
[ , \
per 4ay, and!one on Allegheny River, pro;
' ducing ten 'barrels per day of heavy oil, worth
' now $2l peritarrel. • The Company DOW . TC 2
ceives threepto,urths of the proceeds of the
last ;named 'Wei,. and one-half of the other
, Each of th se tracts will be developed
by the Compaity b. sinking additional wells,
and ,• the engines a d fixtures are now on
hand to do it..l • • •
• fie - Subscriptions .
ly, as more than One-had
ready engageft - -
Tubseriptions will be rep
, ef the Cstripe4.
he large and
ed, and for
an be bought
d varied as
oit which we
ash l and offer
tTist be made prompt
of the stock is al
e COred st the office
.I offer for sale on reasonable terms and lib:-
era). thin :
ONE F4R3I!--3 1 / 4 6 Aeres-46 Cleared ,
ONE FARM 1.-235 Aeres- r -80 Cleared
ONE TA1131!-50 Acres-15 Cleared
ONE E&R:1.1!--300 Acres-5 Cleared
And'lots of other ;Farms anit Land.
Some money may be required down.
Lucien * Bird.
Brookland, Pa., July '2,'64.,tf ,
flaring secured the services of •
HENRY S. COWEETRN,
of- twenty. Tears experience in England and
America. lam prepared Ito furnish farmers
and traveler's with the Vest of
Hofse and Ox Shoeing,
Shing,le.Knives, Butcher Knives dc., promptly.
• L. BIRD, Proprietor,
• • Brookland, Potter Co., Pn.
• • formerly calleellCushiiiotiille
May 45,. 1 1864.
AT . 1
If: J. OLMSTED'S,
TORN can always lie found the 'nest o
.Cooking, Box: and Parlor '
( E .
Also. TlN : and SLIEET •IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH HOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SA?-FANS, and CAULD
RONS.; • Also,
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CLTL,TIY;A
-TO RS, CORN-SHELLERS, Hoßsli“?...i.us,
HIS Ny().RK , • '
is well [ /wide and the material l izofoil. ' Good
and substantial EAVES-11101.7bl HS ru l t up in
any plirt of the County Terms easy. 'Ready
Pay, of all kinds,' including Casheldoul
refused. ' 1 I
. - 1
Store on Main Street Opposite the Old Court
llouse r l Coudersport. J Aug. 1, 1861.4-50.
Will Wiring ;anything fijorn a single Ticrena. to
i I a lic&Quilt. •
.PI:tICES 5.50, $6.60, an $3.00.
i;IP. A. Stebbins & Co., I,
its for Potter conqty.—Jan 25. 1863
A. STE,B IN &ICo.,
, 1 .
raying the 'highest. price in . IL I
I • CASH :for
WOlO L 1
50 1 000 POUNDS INANtED
COudersport, June 186'3.
P. A. Stebbins, & CO. •
IA IRE AGENTS for the sale .of
WHEKLEI3. & WILSON'S' SEWING
MACHINES for Potter CotBAT
Nor'z' 18,.'63 • ,
-TOl3 , A
11 AS GIVEN . UNIVERSAL SATISFAC
TION duri,ng the fourt4n ear it haS
been introduced into the United States.
After being trial ,hy millions, ii has been
prOlaaned the Pain destroyer of the world.
Pain cannot b 6 where this linifnElft is ap
plied. •:If used as directed it cannot and nev
er 'haS failed in a single instance. For colds,
coughs and influenza, it cant be !teat. One
25c.ent bottle will cure all the abOve, besides
being useful in every family for sadden aCci
dents,l such RE burns, cuts scalds, insect
stings,',&e. It. is perfectly ihnoeeut to ; bake
internally, and: can be given 'tol the oldest
person or yotingest child. Price 25 an,J 50
cents a bottle. Oflice, 56, Cortlandt .S.lleet ;
New Ycirk. -- Sold druggists.
PAID• FOR BUTTER, " (•
by E. spene r
ROW RESTORO !
- - - •
I Just published, a new edition Of By.
Culver lE;viebrated Trr.'s.Say
on the radical care (without niedieind) of
SPERIUTORIIIIOEA, or Seminal Wcaknessi, In
yOluntary Seminal losses,. Ismorescr,'Menta.l
and Physical Incapacity, ImpediMents to Mai ,
Tinge, etc. ; also, CoNsr...mertos, krILHPSY, and
Firs, induced by self-indulgence or sexual
Price, in a sealed envelope, only C cens.
Tile celebrated alahor" in this admirable
essay clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years successful practice, that the alarming
chnsequences of self-abusq may, be radically
cued without• the dangeroOs lisp of internafl
medicine or the application Of the 14. - nife--1
Pointing out a mode of cure,r, rttl once simple,
certain and effecutal, means of which ev
ery sufferer, no matter What,' his condition
may be, may cure himself chenPly, private'ly
and radically. • I
* This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth. and every man,in the land.
Sent, under seal, in, a plain envelope, to any
address, past-paid, on . receipt Of six cents, or
two post stamps. Address the publishers.'
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Dec. 19, 1864
lEjf LINT'S BLOOIt OF RUSES,--tor the Ls
JI.JI t 'STEBBINS'
Lamination is va
riously caused by mercurial disease, low
living, disordered digestion from unhealthy
food, - impure air, filth - and. filthy- habiu,
the depressing vices, and, above all, by
the venereal infection. Whatever be its
. . . . .
origin, it is hereditary in the constitution,
descending " frOm parents to children unto
the third and fourth generation ; " indeed, it
seems to he the rod of ilim who says, wilt
visit the iniquities of the Lathers upon their
children." :The diseases it • originates take
Various names,. according to The. organs
attacks. In the lungs, Scrofula produces
tubercles, and finally Consumption; in the
glands, swellings wfik:h suppurate and be
come ulcerous sores;- in the stomach and'
bowels, derangements Which produce indi-,
gestion, dyspepsia; and liver eomphfints ;- on
the skin, eruptive and cutaneous .affectione.:
These, all having the same origin, require the
same remedy, viz., puritidation and invigora-'
Lion of the blood. Purify the blood, and
these dangerous distempers leave you. With
feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, you cannot
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healthy, .ydu cannot have scrofulous disease.
is compounded from the most effectual anti:4
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this afflicting distemper, and far the curie of
the disorders it entails.) That it is far slipe
riot' to any other reffledy yet devised,. is
known by all who have; given it a trial.' That
it 'lOO combine virtuOs truly extraordinary
in their effect upon this.class of complaints;
is indiOtably proven by the greattuultitudo
of publicly known' arid remarkable cures it
has made Of the .fdlloWing diseases: King's
Evil, or ; Glandular ,Swellings, • Tumors,,
EruptionS, Pimples, I:3lotche& and Sores;
Erysipelas, Rose or St Anthony's , Fire ,
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from
tuberculous deposits!in the lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, IDropsy, Neuralgia,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and
Syphilitic Infections; Mercurial DiSeases,
Female Wtaknessesand, indeed, the whole
series of complaints that arise fromimifrity.
of the blood. Minute
) of individual
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for gratuitous *distribution: wherein may be
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when all) other remedies had failed to afford
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one who can speak toi l him of its benefitsfrom
personal )experience. . Scrofula depresses the
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more subject to disellse and its fatal results
than are healthy cOnstitutions. Hence it
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) which - hi adequate tol its cure. ) This wi now
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.ing and danger of these idisorders. -Purge
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in the blond, purge out the causes of diSease,
and vigOrous health will follow. By its pecu
liar virtues this remedy stimulates :the vital
functions, and thus expels the distempers
which lurk within the system or burst out
on :my )part of it.
We know the public have been .deceived
by many compounds of Sarsaparilla, .that
promised much and did nothing; Mit they
will neither be deceived nor disappointed in
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s sinpassing excellence for the cure 'of the
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fectuat than any other which has ever been
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