The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, October 10, 1865, Image 4

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    Election Pr 1 claniation,.
PRSIZTANT to an ict of the General As
mbly of the Commonwealth of Penney!.
?anis, entitled "An A 4 relating to the Elec
tions of this Commonwealth," approved the
second day of July; A.D. one thousand eight
hundred and thirty-nitie, I, D. C, LARRA
ii
BEE, Sheriffibf the con ty of Potter,Pennsyl
-
yania, do hereby mak known and give no
tice to the electors of the county aforesaid,
that a General Election. will be held in the
said county of Potter on the Second Tuesday
(Tenth) of October, 1865, at which time
District and County Officers; as follows,are to
be elected, to wit:
One perion for Auditor General of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
' One person for Suri - eyor General of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
One per'son for Addi .ional Law Judge for
the 4th Judicial Distric , Comprising the coun
ties of Tioga' Potter, ii clean, Elk,end Cam
.eron,in accordance with the Act of Assembly,
Approved the 27th da of March, 1865.
One person for Stat Senator to represent
the 13th Senatoiial di trict, composed of the
counties of Tioga, Potter,McKean and Clinton.
Two, persons for Mellibers of ithe House of
Representatives of the General' Assembly of
Pennsylvania, in conjunction. with the county
of Tioga to represent ill') counties of Tioga
and Potter.
One person for Sherri,
Potter.
-
One.. person for
county of Potter.
One person for Com Missioner of the county
ot Potter.
One person for Auditor of the county ot
Potter
One person for Coroner of the county of
Potter...
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. I also make known and give notice,: as 11:1
and ;by the_ lath sectioin of the aforesai act I
am directed, that every person excepting Jus
ticeS of tho Peace, who hold any office orl
appOintment or profit or trust under the Gov
erttendnt of the United States or this State,
or ofany city or incorporated distriet,whether
a commissioned officer or otherwise, a subor
dinate officer or agent; who is , l' shall be em
ployed under th:- legislative, judiciary, or ex
ecutive departments of thisStnte or the United
States, or of any city or incorporated district i
and also that every member of Congress and
of the State Legislature, and of the select and
common council of any city, or commissioner'
of any incorporated districd,is by law incapa
ble of holding or exercising at the same time
the office or appOintment of Judge, Inspector
or clerk of any el,gction in tins commonwealth.
Also, that in the fourth section of the Act
of Assembly, entitled "An Act relating to
elections and for other purposes," approved
April 16th, 1866, it'is enacted that the afore
said 13th section shall not be so construed
as to prevent any Military Officer Or Borough
officer from serving its Judge, Inspector, or
Clerk of any general or special election in
this Cointnonwealth. [ -
It is further directed that the meeting of the
return Judges nt thepourt House in Coudtrs
port to make out the general returns, shall be
the first Friday succeditig the general elec
tion, which will be, t me 13th day of October.
I also here make known and give notice
that the place of hol frig the aforesaid Gen
eral election in the several townships and
boroughs within the county of Potter, are as
follows; to wit:
For the township o
nia Hotel in said tow
For the townshiy o .
house near the placel,
ter Andrews, in said
For the gownship
ham Centre schoql
said township.
'is ric
of Abbot,at the Germa.
Tnship.
f Allegany,et the school
iforrnerl,y owned by Ches
township.
I,f Bingham. at the Bing
[ouse near A.R.Lewis, in
Clara, at, the school
ens', in said township.
of Eatuna, at the New
•orough of Coudersport.
f GeunPese, at the house
8-S.Ra i seo, In Eilisburg.
f Harrison, at the house
Ira Bartholotnew,in said
For the township
house near Sala Ste•
Nor the township
Court House in the
For the township
formerly occupied h
For the township
recently occupied b,
towhship.
,or the township of Hebron, at the school
souse Yo. b, near Henry Ingrahru's, in said
township.
4 For the township of Hector, at the Sunder
lin school house, in said township.
For the township of Homer, at the school
boute near Jacob feet's, in said l township.
For the township of Jackson, at the house
formerly occupied 14) Barse, mow M.Chap
pel in sield township.
For the township! of Keating at the house
of Pliny Hartis, in said township.
For the towuship of Oswayo, at the centre
school house in sai l township.
For the township of Pleasant Valley, at the
school house No. 2,in said township.
For the township ol•Pike, at the house of
Elijah Johnson in said township.
For the township of Roulet, at the school
house near George \'eimer's in said township.
For the. township e of Sharon,at the Sharon
Centre school hous , near John Iroorhee's, in
said township.
For the township of Sweeden, at the house
late of Aseneth Taggart,' in said township.
For thelownshiplof Stewartson,at the New
Norway school house, in said township.
For the township of Summit, at the houSe
formerly occupied by Jonathan Redson now
AI. V. Larrabee, in said township.
For the township of Sylvania,at the school
house near J.M. Rees', in said township.
For the township of Ulysses, at the house
of Atlas Bennett, in said township.
For the township of West Branch. at the
house of S.M. Cone le, in said township
For .thetownshii of Wharton at the house
of Stephen Horton, in said township.
For the borougl of Coudersport at the
Court House in said borough.
Given underthis 1-Ith day of
September, A, D., - 864.
- D. . LARRABF.E. Sheriff.
THE LEWISVILLE ACADEMY
Will open on Mond; l ay October 2d, under the
charge of Rev. J. C. Stevens, (late of Lima).
Tuition in commor ) English $3, in Academic
studies $4. Romtis can be rented and board
ing obtained with good families in the vil
lage, at reasonabl rates. -
l i ly order of the Trustees.
151AIRTIN'S
AMERICAN HOTEL,
CORNER 4.1 . 1 WILLIAM STS.,
WILLIAISPORT, PA.
L. & O. MARTIN, "Proprietors,
I
This Hotel has been much enlarged. refitted,
and otherwise improved, with excellent =sta
bling, making it inferior to none in William
sport —Aug .19, $l5
YEreDTASION & HAMLIN
CAbinet Organs and Chicker-
Ceiebtated Pianos for
sale by John B.Shakspear, of WelEsboro,
Tioga county, Pal Persons•debiring to pur
chase can do so by applying to A. L. ENS
WORTH, Esq., it the Binghain OTice,
Coudersport, Pa.
A SOAP Question Settled I Inquire at
STEBSE;S' •
NEW
GRANT & SHERIDAN
HEARD FROM. AGAIN ! !
ANOTHER UNION VICTORY
f the count
GOLD DOWN
for the
t A ttorne
HEAVY DECLINE IN
P. A. STEBBINS & Co,,
I
Are now receiving a new and complete
Sprig' GOOds !
,
purchased since the beivi decline and
I /-
during the recentlpanic in New York.
Consisting of
DEESS G001)S, 1
. DELAW S,
.3102ARB1GUES
PLAID POPLINS,
Full stock of MEN'
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING
BOOTS
HAT S
D rugs and} Fa4Cl7 Articles
Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Cans,Alcohol, Camphpne, Kerosene,Lamp
and Lamp Fixtures,,Glass, Patent Medicines,
Chemicals, BotaniCal Herbs, Perfumery,Fancy
Soap and Toilet itrticles; Gum, Hair, Ivory
and Wooden ConOs, PoMades and Colognes,
and a fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts,
Pens, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil—raw
and boiled, I
I
Bimshes
Cloth, Tooth, Nail; Hair, P..at, Paint, Varnish
and Artist Brushes
CHOICE STOCK
Teas, Sugars, Choice Strap, Good Rio Coffee,
West India and D r andelion "offee, Rice, Corn
Starch, Farina, Cocoa, &c.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
soujoropint, Apr, 10,18"
AND i
STOCK OP
ME
POPLINS,
AZPAC.4.'
BLACK SILKS,I
BAL:4ORAA' SKIRTS,
&OAKS
['
S,
CL 0
SIAIERES,
CA
CLO TBS.
ALSO
1 ,
HOES,
I
I
CAPS,
&c.
&c.,1 &c
OF
cllioc
;PIES,
P. A. STEBBINS' & Co.,
!MI
Corner Main sad Second Streets,
SIMMONS' COLMAN
FRIENDS AND CTSTOvERS
I
I return you
I
my sincere thanks for your liberal patronage,
fOr the past few years l and would say to you
that I have located myself at Wellsville,
r Y and may hereafter be found at the
Si!i
EMPIRE STORE
I
AND
NEW YORK STORE
(Having bought out the Store formerly occu
pied by Geo. Asher), I shall continue to
_
WIECOIiESALE AND RETAIL
in both of the, above Stores, and hope to see
all of my, old friends and customers, as they
are in want of Goods, and will try to sell
them low enough to Pay them for coming.
Ca
We'are ,
now selling the best PRINTS from
12 to iS cents.
Extra I GINGHAAiS from 15 to 25 cents.
Good SHEETINGS from 12 to 25 cents.
TICKS, DENIMS, STRIPES, and all ot he
Goods in proportion.
CL 0 THId. G...
Good suits for $lO to $l5 and Extra fine
suits in proportion. And as I have an over
stock of Clothing I will' sell at 'Whole
sale 15 per cent. less than the same can
be bought in'Newyork.
BOOTS & SHOES,
at reduced prices.
GROCERIES
very lovr
RICH! DRESS' SILKS, •
EMPRESS CLOTHS,
POPLINS,
and alliother styles of Ladies' Dress Goods,
very ler%
}loping to receive an early call, I remain
your friend,
C. H. SIMMONS. -
Wellsville, N. Y. March 25, 1865.
PIA, STEBBINS & Co.,
ARE
Paying the highest price in
CASH for
WOOL!
50,000 POUNDS WANTED !
Coudersport, June 28, 1864.
WELLSBORO Et COUDERSPORT
I STAGE ROUV.
TTVE Stages on the Wellsboro and Cou.-
dersport Line will leave Wellsboro 'every
Monday and Thursday at 2 o'clock P. M.,
arriving at Coudersport on Tuesday and Fri
day respectively. Leaves Coudersport every
Wednesday, arriving in Wellsboro on Thurs
day at 12 o'clock M., and leaving Couders
port Cr! Saturday, arrives in Wellsboro on
Monday at 12 o'cloce M.
This Route has lately changed proprietors,
and the undersigned is determined to keep it
in good order both with respect to teams and
drivers. Ample accommodations for trav
elers at Vermilyeas.' HENRY CROFUT.
Gaines, Aug. 2, 1865.—[6mpd
Mite Grovesteen Plano Forte
still retains its precedence and great pop
ularity, and after undergoing gradual im•
provements for a period of thirty years, is now
pronounced by the musical world to be un
surpassed and even unequaled in richness,
volume, and purity of tone, durability and
cheapness. Our new scale, French action,
harp pedal, iron frame, over-strung bass,
seven octave, rosewood pianos we are selling
cheaper by from $lOO to $2OO than the same
style' and finish are sold by any other first
class makers in the country. Dealers and
all in want of good pianos are invited to send
for Our Descriptive Catalogue, which contains
photographs of our different styles, together
with prices. No one should purchaset, pi
ano without seeing the Catalogue. Medals,
almost without number, have been awarded
to the Grovesteen Piano, and at the Cele
brated World's Fair, though put in competition
with others from all parts of Europe and the
United States. it took the highest award.
[Established 1835.] GROVESTEEY CO.,
499 Broadway, New York
AGENTS WANTED
for the
The most interesting and exciting book
ever published, embracing the adventures of
a woman in the Union army as Nurse, Scout
and Spy, giuing a most vivid inner picture
of the war.
Teachers, ladies, energetic young men,and
especially returned and disabled soldiers in
want of profitable employment, will find it
peculiarly adapted to their conditiOn. We
have agents, clearing $l5O per month, which
We will prove to any doubting applicant.—
Send for circulars. Address
JONES, BROS. le CO.,
N. E, cbraer Sixth eact Minor 'streets,
Phi Moire's Pi.
HATS & CAPS,
SHAWLS, CLOAKS, &C.,
AND
CROCKERY
NURSE & SPY.
HORACE WATERS`
GREAT
ZUSICIAL ESTABLISHMENT )
No 481 Broadway, New York.
PIANOS, MELODEONS, CABINET OR
GANS, SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS,
and all kinds of Musical instruments and
Musical Merchandise, at the LOWEST lawrns,
wholesale and retail. Second hand Pianos
and Melodeons' at GREAT BARGAINS. Prices,
$6O, $75, $lOO, $125, $l5O, $175, $2OO, arid
$225. New 7 octave Pianos for $250 and
upwards. Pianos and Melodeons to let, and
rent allowed if purchased. Monthly pay
ments received for the same.
The Horace Waters' Pianos and Melodeons
are as Fine and; Durable Instruments as are
made. Warranted for five years. Price
greatly reduced for Cash.
TESTIMONIALS.
The Horace 'raters' Pianos are known as
among the very] best.—N: Y. Evangelist. /
We can speal of the merits of the Horace
Waters Pianos from personal knowledge. as
being of the Tery best quality. 7 —Chriatian
Intelligences. /
The Horace ,Waters Pianos are built of the
best and most thoroughly seasoned material.
--Advocate 4- Jouvnal.
Waters' Pianos and Melodeons challenge
comparison with the , finest made anywhere
in the country.4-Rome Journal:
Horace Waters' Piano Fortes are of full,
rich and even' tone, and- powerful.—New
York Musical Review.
Our friends will find at Mr. Waters' store
the very bestlassortment of Music and of
Pianos to be found in the United States.—
Greiliam'e Magazine.
The Horace Waters' Pianos are of superior
tone and elegant finish.—New York Christian
Enquirer.
Schedule of prices of Instruments and Cat
alogues of Sheet Music and any Music pub
lished in the United States, MAILED FREE.
Sheet Music, a little soiled, ad LI cenis per
Page•
Sabbath School, and'other Books, pliblish
oil by Horace Waters.
Sabbath School Bell, No. 1.
Sabbath School Bell, No. 2.
Choral Harp.
The Diadem.
PRICES:
Paper Covers, $3 per doz ; Board, $3,60 ;
Cloth Embossed Gilt, $4,20. 1
I
BELLS, Nos.
.1 and 2 in One Volume, $6,60
per dozen. Cloth Embossed Gilt, $7,50
per dozen. 1
DAY SCHOOL BELL, for Public Schools and
Seminaries, Paper Covers, $3,60 per dozen;
Board Covers $4,20; Cloth, $4,80.
THE CHRISTIAN ICIELODISZ
A new Revival Hymn and; Tune Book. Prre
$3 per doz. Board, $3,60.
Manufactory and Ware-rooms, 481, Broad
way, New York.
NEW SKIRT FOR 1865-6.
THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE IN
11.00 P SKIRTS.
J. TV. Bradley's New' Patent Dupex
Eliptic (or double) Spring Skirt.,
This invention consists! of Duplex (or tio)
Eliptic Pure Refined Steel Springs, ingeni
ously braided tightly and firmly together,
edge to edge, making the toughest, most flex
ible, elastic and Durable Spring ever used.
They seldom BEND or BREAN. like the Single
Springs, and consequently preserve their per
fect and beautiful shape more than twice', as
long as any Single Spring Skirt that ever
has or can be made.
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort
and pleasure to any Lady wearing 'the lu
plex Elliptic Skirt will be'experienced partic
ularly in all crowded Assemblies, tiperas,
Carriages, Railroad Cars,. Church Pews, :firm
Chairs, for Promenade and House Dressy as
the Skirt can be folded when in use to occu
py a small place as easily and conveniently
as a silk or muslin dress.
A Lady having enjoyed the.pleasure, com
fort and great convenience of wearing the
Duplex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a sin
gle day will Clever afterwards willingly dis
pense with their use. For Children, Misses
and Young Ladies they are superior to all
others.
The Ifoops are covered with 2 ply twisted
thread and Will wear twice as long as the
Single yarn Covering which is used on all
Single Steel hoop Skirts. The three bottom
rods on every Skirt are also Double Steel,
and twice or; double covered to prevent the
covering wearing off the rods when dragging
down stairs, stone steps, &e., &c., which they
are constantly subject to when in use.
All are made of the new and elegant Cord
ed Tapes, and are the best quality in every
part, giving to the wearer the most graceful
and perfect Shape possible, and are maques,
tionably the' lightest, most desirable, com
fortable and; economical , Skirt ever made;
WESTS', BRADLEY CAREY, Propriet
ors of the Invention, and sole Maaufactaters,
97 Chambers, and 79 & 81 Reade Streets,
New. York.
For sale in all first-class Stores in this
City, and throughout the United States and
Canada, Havana de Cuba, Mexico, South
America, and the West Indies.
)bssl,„ Inqiiire for the Duplex Elliptic (or
double) Spring Skirt. A. 4. C.
1.565 ; - 1565
PIIiLADELPHIA & ERIE RAILROAD.—
This great line traverses the Northern
and. Northtvest counties of Pennsylvania td
the city of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Rail
Road Compkny, and Lnder their auspices is
being rapidly opened throughout its entire
length.
h is now ;in use for Passenger and Freight
business frdm Harrisburg' to St. Mary's (216
miles) on the 'Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to , Erie, (78 miles) on the Western
TIME. Of PASSENGER TRAINS AT EMPORIUM.:
Leave Eastward.
Through Mail Train 3 40 P. M.
Leave Westward.
Through Mail Train 10 18 A. M.
Cars ran through WITHOUT CHANGE both
ways between Philadelphia and Lock Haven
and between Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on ExpreSs Trains
both ways koetween Williamsport and Balti•
more, and Williamsport and Philadelphia.
For information respecting Passenger -busi
ness apply at the S. E. Cor. 12th and Market
Streets. j
And for Freight business of the CUmpany's
Agents:
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market
Sts.,
J. W. .'Reynolds Erie:
William Brown, Agent N.C.R.R. Baltimore.
IV H. HousToN, ,
Gen'l Freight Agt. Phil'a.
1.3W0 L. .1110UPT,
Gen'd Ticket
Svc' D. POTTS,
Gen'l Ifartver, Williamsport.
/ I
ma's established in N.T. City.''
htee:
"Eigh......n years
"Only infallible remedy-known." .!.
"Free froth Poisiins."
"Not tlangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats" come out of their holes to die."
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"COSTAR'S" RAT, ROACH, &C., EXTER'S.
Is a paste—used for Rats,
Mice, Roaches, Black and
Red Ants,"4 - c.,.4 - c., §•c.,
I g COSTAT'S" BED-BUG EXTERMINATOR;
Is a liquid or wasli, used to
• destroy, and 'also as a pre
rentire for Bed-Bugs, '
"COSTAR'S" ELECTRIC POWDER PCB.
i INSECTS. ' I '
' Is for Moths, Mosquitoes.
Fthis, Bed-Bugs, Insects on
Plants, Fowls, Animals, c.
*** Sold by all Druggist's and Retailers
everywhere.
*„*1!! BEWARE !of all worthless inn,.
tations.
* ** See that "CosrAn's" name is on , eacli
Box, Bottle, and Flask. before you buy.
' HENRY It. COSTAR.
*** PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 482 Broadm fty, N. Y.
rteD_Sold by all 'Druggists and Dealers in
COUDERSPORT, Pa.
865.
INCREASE OF .STS.--The Farmer's Ga
zette
11
zette (Fnglish) assets and 'proves by- fignreS
that one pair of rats will have a progeny and
descendants no less than 651,050 in three
years. Now, unless this.immense family cap
be kept down, they would I consume more food
than would sustain 65,000 human beings. :
,gb - See "Costa'r's" adv't in this paper
1865.
RATS versus BlRDS.—Whoev'er - engages in
shooting small birds is a cruel man ; whoever
aids in exterminating rats is :a benefactor,
We should like some of our correspondents
to give us the benefit of their experience in
driving out these pests. We need something
besides dogs, cats, and traps forthis business.
—Scientific American, N. Y.
See "Costar's" adv't in this paper
1865.
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
simple, safe, and sure,--the most perfect
RAT-ifiCatiOla meeting we have ever attended:
l'very.Rat that can get it, properly prepared
according to directions; n 7ill eat it, s and every
one that eats it will die, generally at some
place As distant as possible from where the
medicine was taken.--Lake Shore, Mich.,
Mirror.
See "Costar's" adv't in this paper
1865.
A VOICE FROM THE FAR WE:ST.—
Speaking of "Costar's" Rat, Roach, Ant, &c.,
Exterminator"rnore grain and provisions
are destroyed annually in Grant County by
vermin than would pay for tuns of this Rat
and Insect Killer."—Lancaster, IPis., Herald.
"Costar's" edv't in this paper.
VirSold in COUDERSPOIri, Pa., by all
Druggists.
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E. - & H. T. ;r AIiTIECONT r& CO
Manufacturers of Photographic Ilaterials,
SINT•II..,
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/501 BROADWAY, N. Y.
7n addition to our rosin Lupines,. of PHOTOGRAPHIC MA
tEICIALS, we ore I leadtiwirters for the falba-leg, viz t
STEREOSCOPES & STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS.
Of those see hove an 'lumen. assortnoott, including War Scanoe,
American Foreigli Cities and Landscapes. groups, Statuary,
t,: etc_ A Roy , . S:ereos&op, r..r publi.. or privatees
hihitinra Our Catalegue . will be pout to any address on receipt
of gtautp.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALB 131115".
r were the tired to introduce these into the United Stator,
and no maraufacture Itronenie quantities in greet ennetv, read
tug in priro from 50 cents to 4.50 such. Our aLdIUMS lines the
7Pototior , of being" superior in bt.s.'utv and ddrability
Thev'teill be sent hv t ii, FfeEE, °a rkeipt price.
rar PINE ALBUNIA 31 ADE TO OltDEße_El
' CARD PHOTOGRAPHS. !
- -
Our Catalogue now ernbruceS over FIVE THdILSANEI differ
ent subjects, to which addition. stio constantly; being mad., of
Portraits of Eminent Americans .etc, yin: about
100 Nlajor-Generale, 100 Lient-COleneli, 550 Sinturinen,
100 350 Other Officers, 130 Divines,
975 Colonel., 75 Navy Officers, 115 -.tabor...,
40 Artiste, 155 Stage. 50 Prolhinent NrcrMen.
3,000 C,epiee of Works of Art, ;
Including reproductions of the most celebrated Enffrn 7 lng'S
Pain titlFe btutuesete. 'Cataloffues sent off receipt of Stamp.
An order for One bonerr Picrnues from our Citelogue will be
1511.1 on the recelpt of sl.Bo,and sent by mall. inee.
Photographers Lnd others ordering golds C.O. D., will place
remit twenty-free per cent. of the amoui t with their order.
JO - Tho prices and qualit,t r of pro verde cannot fell to eat/gs
bold erP Poclef.cliburt. f 19 Pictures, 15i Cane; 71
Pictures, $l.OO.
. • AT
11. J. °LINES TED'S
STORE can always be" ,
found ?the best 'o
Cooking. Box and Parlor • I
STOVES
Also. TIN and SKEET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, , SCOTCH BOWLS - ,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. Also,
Agrictiltuial Impleximents,
subh as PLOWS, SCRAPERS,-! CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG;POWERS, &c.
HIS WORK
is well made and the material good. Good.
and substantial EAVES•;TROUGHS put up in
any part of the County l =-Terms ehsy. Ready
Pay ,of all kinds, including Chsh, seldom
refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, i 1863.--50
-
Dr. A. FRENCIT's
CELEBRATED TONIC BITTERS
A RE becoming the most popular Medicine
- in circulation for the cure of ,
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN
DICE, DEBISITY OF THE NERVOUS
SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS; of the
. STOEICH and DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
It is also gaining a great—reputation in the
CURE of DIPTIIERIAL
Principal Office, Coudersport) Patter Co., Ph.
WAGON, SHOP •
/SHE subscriber having- located in Lewis
' vine is prepared'to do all kinds of work
in his line, on short notice and in the best
manner.
Making and Repairing '
of all kinds. lam enabled by the aid of ma
chinery' to do work in the wagon-line better
and cheaper than any other establishment in
the county. I am also prepared to make
COFFINS. EDSON HYDE.
Ulysses, Penn's, Dec. 1, 1864
"r" -"JONES' CLERK!'—says he can
"beat the Jeweselling Cotton Goods.
fall ; into disorder and
decay. The scrofulous contamination is vs.:.
riously caused by Mercurial disease,' low ;
living, disordered digestion from unhealthy
food, impure air, filth and filthy habits,.
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, h f
seems to be the rod of Him who says, ‘‘.l will I
visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their
children." The_ diseases it originates take;
various names, according to the organs it!
attacks. ; In the pings, ° Screfula produces
tubercles, and finally Consuinption; in ihei
glands, swellings which suppurate and be
come ulcermis sores; in the stomach and;
bowels, derangements which; produce intli-;
gestion, dyspepsia, and liver complaints.; on
the skin, eruptive and cutaneous affections.!
These, all having the same origin, require the;
same remedy, viz., purification and invigora-;
tion of the blood. Purify the blood, and;
these dangerous distempers leave you. With
feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, you cannot;
have -health; with that "life; of the flesh"
healthy, You cannot have scrofulous disease.;
Ayer's Sarsaparilla •
is compounded from the most effectual anti
doted that medical science has discovered for
this afflicting distemper, and for the cure of;
the disorders it entails. That it is far supe.:
rior to any other remedy yet devised, 4,
known by all who have given it a trial. That
it does combine virtues truly extraordinary
in their effect upon this class: of complaints;
is indisputably proven by the great multitude
of publicly known and remarkable cures it
has made of the following diseases:
-Evil, or Glandular Swellings, Tumors;
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores
Erysipelas, Rose or St. Anthony's Fire;
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from
tuberculous deposits in the lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia ;
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis ana
Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases,
Feniale Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whole
series of complaints that arise from impurity. '
of
. the blood. Minute reports of individual
cases may be found in Arita's AMERICAN
ALMANAC, which is furnished; o the druggists
for gratuitous distribution, wherein may be
learned the directions for its use, and some
of the remarkable cures which it has made
when all other remedies had failed to afford
reliefJ Those cases are purposely taken
from till sections of the country, in order
that every reader may have', access to some
one who can speak to ]rim ocits benefits from
personal experience. Scroilda depresses the
vital energies, and thus leav4s its victims far
more subject to disease and; its fatal results
than are healthy constitutions. Hence it
tends to shorten, and does ;greatly shorten,
the average duration of human life. The
vast importance of these considerations has
led us to spend years in perfecting a remedy
which is adequate to its cure. This we now
offer to the public under the name of AYER'S
SANSAPARILL,i although it is composed of
ingredients, some orwhick exceed the best
of Sarsaparill4 in alterative; power. By its
aid you may ptutect yourself from the suffer
ing and danger of these disorders. Purge
out the foul corruptions that rot and fester
in the blood, iturge 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 any part of it.
;We know the public have been deceived
by many coilipounds of Sarsaparilla, With
promised inuOi and did nothing; but they
will neither be deceived nor disappointed in
this. its virtues have been proven by abun
dant trial, and there remains no question of
its surpassing! excellence. for the cure of the
afflicting disehses it is intended to reach.
Although under the same name, it is a very
different medicine front any. other Which has
been before the people, and is -far more ef
fectual than tiny other which has ever been
available to them.
CITERIPA !PECTORAL,
The World's • Great Remedy for
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients
inl advanced stages
Hof the disease.
This' has been so long used and so uni
versally knoWn, that we need do no, more
than assure the public that its quality is kept
up to the bdst it ever has 'been, and that it
may be relied on to do all it has ever done.
rreparedDn. J. C. ATER & Co.,
. !Practical and Analytical chemites j
Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all druggists every where.
Sold by G.! S. it E., A. Jones, Coudersport;
Chappel Bros., Ulysses.
C. R. Simmoes, Ostvayo.
Mann & Nichols, Millport.
Colwell . & Co., Roulet, and by Dealer:
everywhere. '
• Notice.
GERMANIA, Potter Co., Pat, Aug. 1, 1863.
'KTOTICB is hereby given that. Charles Bu.
1111 slier, now or late of this county, holding
the following described • property. has not yet
paid eny consideration tvlinteeer for the same,
and all persons are hereby warned not to pur
chase any of, said property of the said Bushor
Tore The decision of the Court is given in
is case and C. Bushor has paid to me the
cinlderation money therefor. ;
The following is the property:;,
Ist. A certain tract of land near the Ger:
mania Mill, in warrant 5075, Abbott township *
Potter county, Pa., containing 100 acres. 4—.
.211 so 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjartiog,
the above.
2nd. A certrin tract of land, with lb ill,and !
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in ;
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Potter
c.unty, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
C. Bushor holds also in that warrant no.
2,501, in Games township, Tioga ec n unty, Pa.,:
rna the road leading from Germania to Gaines '
containing S5O acres.
tf 11ADDE.,
PA. STEBBINS & Co. are Closing UP al
• old Ledger. All persons indebted . to
them will please call and settle, before the
accounts e•Ya let; the proper officer for
oolleztio-• 68
Latest front Sherman.:
OSIN k TAR, from North •Carolina, for
sale by STEBBINS
'nr peculiar taint
Section which owe
111 Scnorma. lurks
L the constitutions of
mltitudes of men. It
ither, produces or is
7oduced by an en.
!ebled, vitiated state
the blood, wherein
cat fluid becomes in.
Lmpete to }sustain
is vital forcesin their
igorous action, a n d
, aves the system to.