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S 2 . 000 IA YEAR made by any one with sls—
• Siena Tools. No experience necessary.
The Pteside'its, Cashieral and Treasure's of Altanks
Indorse the c rcular. Emu free with samples. Address
tie America i Stencil Tool Works, Springfield, yet
tnout. ' lioct3m
' I NO RECOGNITIO - N!
The Southern people have given lip all expectation
of being recognized, and it to equally difficult to
RECO NIZE NORTHERNERS
74106 0 hCa s of gray, yellow, white, brown, or
. , ••
red hair, have .'
1 Surr ndered their Colors
under ihe wonder-working influence of
11CRIS 7.1 ()ORO'S lIAIR DYE.
which plants permanently hi their stead such blacks
slid browns as nature might Mistake for ber Cum.
IStnutleture by J. CRISTADOD.O, No 0 Astor
use, New (York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by
DE. TOBIAS' VERITIAN HORSE LINIMENT,,
' FINT BOTTLES 'l4 T ONE . Di iLL R, FOR E '
the cure of laineness, scratches, wind galls, sprains,
; brtilses, splints, cuts, colic, slipping stifle, over heat
`lug, sore thin t, nail In the foot, etc. It is warranted
Cheaper and b l etter than any other article ever offered
toi the publiU. Thousands of animals have been
cured of the Milic mid over-beating by this Liniment
hmdredy that were ctlippled and lame have been
iegtored to their former vigor. It is used by all the
ft rat horsemen throughout the States. Orders are
coUstantly received from the tracing Stables of Eng
land for freshisupplies of this Invaluable article. Over
2,60. testimonials bare been received. Remember,
one dollar lsl out Is time may save the life of your
horst.. Sold by all druggists. Onlee 56 Cortlandt
Sttleet, New Tork.
Alico lips Porous Plasters
A Druggist i raid the other . day, you hay; no need to
"slirertlse your Porous Plasters, for every one sold
•ceraluly causes a dozen to he sold, and a dozen sells a
gross, and so n. You will not be able'. to supply the
demand soon. Bat wo can supply a thousand YardS
i AFFECT - Sic OF TILESPINE CIIIIED
-1 ITARTFORD, Coss., Nov. 11, 1861.
' 3kessrs. THOS: di mcocx & oo.—Pleasesend, with
,ditateh, twellse dozen Allcock's . Porous' .
'Ou daily experience confirms their very superior
excellence -9 1 i this moment of writing, a man ap
plies for one. •'Who, by entanglement iu the shaft of
.machinery, had both his legs broken, spine severely
injured, and was fur nearly a year entirely helpless.
This man foun l relief very soon by the application
Cc al plaster to the spine. Ile was soon enabled to!
work, andnow i lie labors as well ne ever. Ile would.
cheerfully pav ' 4 5 for a single Plaster if they 1
not ibe had at a lower rate. lam surprised that sur-
geobs do not mate use of. these perforated pla=sters;l
to the exclusion of alt others; as their flexibility and'
ndlieslvenesi a i re greatly in advance of all other plus- i
ler'S with which I am acquainted ; while the pei fora- !
lAMB peculiar hu them render them greatly superior I
to all others for ordinary surgical uses. Knowing the ,
pho,hers to'be ~.0 useful, I have no scruples that my
sentiments sliohld be knwn.
J. W. JOHNSON, M. D
Frincipril 21.40.neY, Drandretb Howie, lien• York.
'Stilt' by a!i De • alera in Medicines.
zurron JOMINAL.-1/I:mt Silt: With
yotir permission I wish to say to the readers
of your paper!, that I will send, by retiurn mail,
to all who! wish it, (frze) a Recipe, with full
directions fur making .and using a simple
Vegetable Balm, that will effectually remove,
in ten days, Fimples, Blotches, Tau, Freckles
and. all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the'
same soft, clear, smooth and beautiful.
also mail free to those having Bald
Heads; or Bare Faces, simple directions and ,
Infrirmation that will enable them to start a I
full!growth of Luxuriant Blair, Whistmrs, or a i
Modstache less than thirty days.
applications answered by return mail
without charge. Respectfully ymirs.
THUS F. CHAPMAN, Ciiernist.
S3l Broathvay, \cu• York
To COYsturrivr.s.—The undersigned
having been r?stored to health in a f7..w weeks
byvery simple remedy. after having suffered
several years, with a severe lung affection—
is anziouk to make knoWn to his fellow-se-,
fereis the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he'vvill send a cope of,
the preseriptiun. used, (free of charge], with
thei ; directions for preparing and using the.
sank:, which they will find a sure cure for
; Corumption, Asthma, Bronehetis, Coughs,
coldg, etc. Tice only object of the advertiseri
i n sendi n g the l'rescription is to benefit the
adlietea, zod spread information AVllich he
-creel • to he invaluable, and be hopes
,:yirt l - sulf,rer will try his remedy, as it will
n.,th'Am-.. and lllsy kove a blessing.
P4rtieS NVISI6tIp: the prescription,will please
address Ru!.v. EDWARD A. WILSON,
King:i.County, New York
Sept. 1 . ISt; I S. pimos.
WhiSkr 1 Wh,
~ ers : :ers
Do fon want Whiskers or ? Our
Grecian compound will force then] to grow-on
the ,- ..tuoothest face or chin, or hair one bald
heads, in Six Weeks.. Price, 51.00. Sent by
mail] anywhere • closely sealed, on receipt of
Price, Address WARNER & CO.,
lrsa Box 138, Brooklyn, N.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
SCRATCH !,SCRATCH ! SCRATCH!
Alio cures Salt:Rheum, rncers,
and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price 50 cts.
_For stile by all Druggists.
By isending 60 cents to WEEKS &POTTER,
Sole _Agents 170 Washington street, Boston,
Ifass4 it sill be forwarded_ by mail, free of
po.stan, to any part of the United States.
Sept. 10.—Sp. Notlee, 6 mos.
oi DR. TALBOTT'S PILLS
- mipitsed of highly concentrated eztrapft
!lin roofs and herbs of the highest melieibal
- 11nei infalliable in the cure of all diseases
tfthe ' lLiver or any derangement of the Di
mtive Organs. They remove all impurities
(f theißlood, and are unequaled in the cure
of Diarrhn, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Scrofula,
BilioUsness, Liver Complaint, Fevers. Head-1
ache, 'Piles, 3lercnlial Diseases,' Hereditary'
Humors. Dose, for adults, one pill in the
morning, children half a pill. From one to
three pills will cure ordinary cases, and from
one to three boxes will cure any curable case
of no matter how long standing. Price $l.OO
310TT TALBOTT, M. D. Si CO.,
62 Fulton Street, New York.
DRIFILKINS &,B 11.0'8
VAIX.A.BLE I MEDICINES, which have per
formed such wonderful cures and given gen
oral satisfaction to all those who have made
am oft them, can be obtained of DR. A.
FRENCR, COUDERSPORT, Potter C 0.,,
who will examine patients, astertain the
aattrrei of their disease, and give all necess
ary directions and advice to those who make
use ofi the, - Medicines. Orders from abroad j l
trill receive prompt attention.
Jul„! 13, 1865.
atiCon Settled! • ingnir€•at
THE POTTER 01[TNTY , (JOURNAL
Tulse47 Z , ening, °M 44, 1885.
Local and General.
IW•ILL.B. will ippear next week. Too
lute for this.
jar The Pres tiyttirian and German Reform
ed Synods are in I Sebsion at Lewisburg, Pa.
sZi7The weatlier !remains pleasant but cold
A. shokrain anil l i snim storm the latter part
of last week.
ter'Senator, W i ilsian i llas written a letter,ia
whicialhe expressed it confident opinion as to
the complete sucees4 of the Republican party,
both in New York ajad New ,Jersey,at the en
e publish oliL our fourth page tut arti•
cle irons the Buffalo Daily Courier containing
much i tbat is of interest to the people of the
counfe l , Thera basje been so many railroad
schemes and all hail failed for one reason or
another that if this is successful, our hope's
defered may yet be rpached,
Vg - A large bladi bear was shot by th'e
young lir. Quimby, fp Homer township, ht.t.
Sunday evening.: Itifo!lowed his sheep down
into the field adjoining his house, where he
discovered and shot it. They are said. to be
quite numerous this rall.
M. Baying been! comparatively deprived
of Medical aid in this ! Vicinity for some months
past, we take pleasure in announcing to our
patrons that Dr. R. A. Daktm, la Physician
!anda Surgeon of expepence, has, permanently
located in this villaq. Wespeak for him a
liberal phtronage, 'as he comes to us well
I recommended wad isitfart of life nd energy.
1 ' air A Texas lettcr writer says!: Any man
in this State who does nut own 1100 head ofj
cattle and 70 or, 10? horses and mules, is
worse than worthlesl. Beef sells here at 51
cents per ponnd, horses and mules, from $l5l
to 5.30 for roundllot i s, and are within 250!
miles of a good market. As far as the eye 1
can reach in ever} - direction and as far as ;
you may go, the country is alive irith stock.
The whole markedof ihe United States,mighti
be supplied here, andithere would not be anyl
Mites ult.' Tam. Pirlx.—There is,in some
artists studio in London, a stattfe of Stone
wall Jackson,paid for with Confederate money.
The men who got it made, expected to erect
it in Richmnud,but that is just now out ofthe
question. the Pittsburg Gazette suggest that
Dublin would be the best place,or some other
Irish city Where the Feaiaus abound. It
would speak :so eloquently to those unruly
Greeks ! "Behold !" Mr. Beresford Hope might
say, as he uncovered the statue, "what hon
ors Englishmen are resdY to pay to rebels I"
Guars.--Speculators whO have bought .up,
grain in the West in the belief that the crops
would tarn out short have been much disap-1
pointed: as receipts at several leadtng mar-1
kets are much heavier thatilastyear,and they
will be obliged to !keep their stock until spring,
for lack of means to, send them East, when
qiey will have to sell at a (heavy reduction.
There will then be no foreign deniand, , as
England caa supply herselelsewhere than in !
the Amercan market, and hence the specu
lators must surer. It is reported that, owing!
to the action d i f the Western! banks, many of
the most expensive speculative operators will
come to, grief iefore the newyearcommences.
BANDl i t Til tSEW ENGLAND.—It is stated that
orffanized bands of outlaws exist in New
Hampshire. Some very daring robberies have
recently been committed in that State. The
mountains afford hiding places for the marau
ders. &lid the p.sses convenient places for
their nefarious operations. The present in
dications are calculated to create the impress
ion Shad our country will in future afford an
abundance of kcidents for dramatist's and
:ornance wkters. It is evident that ihe spitit
of diso'Fder and reckless disregard of law aid
justicelii growing with alarming rapidity,and
if nothing be done to check it, the people will
soon become strangers to, that sense of secu*l
rity which prevailed some years ago, and
flume(' a chief element in their happiness and
A CHANCE FOBPETTIFOGINO.LTIVO members
of the Chatham election board were arrested
land tried before Justice Brewster, of this Vit
t Loge; last Satnrday,for refusing to receive the
Trite of Wm. Was;. an alleged runaway l from
the draft. Perhaps it is as well to adjudieatea
case of this kind here as lelsewhere, that. the
function of an election board may be thorongly
understood, once and foi 311, But we beg
leave to call the attention' of the parties to the
prosecution tn the followingundisputed facts:
1. An election Board, by•the laws of this
State. is made a tribunal with power tojudge
of the law and the facts touching the qualifi
cations of persons offerincr ! to vote. It is coM•
peteut to determine, prim ' ctfaeie, all questions
of this nature. J j
2. An election Board Muit,decide 'whether
any one offering to vote; white, or black,
sane, Or insane, coirPos, or non compos,' and
if a citizen of the State or the United States.
These things they are required to do by law ;
and if the Beard 'err in judging a case, the
memo are no moreliable to indictment than'
is a Justicli'* , ,f the Peace for binding a Man
over on evidence whi4h fails'to convict la a
higher tribunal,or a law judge who is reversed
in the court above.ptherwise men could not
be found to accept pbsitions of this kind, as
human judgment is fallible at best.
3. Con g ress is competent to decide who are,
and are not citizens of the United States ;,andi
if the Complainant in this case was drafted and
failed to report before the Bth of. May last,he
is disfranchised by the act of March last,and
is not a citizen of the United States ; and no ne
but citizens of the Vnited States can be. Cit
izens of Pennsylvania,
We believe this to be a fair statement of
the case. - Andlwe guess that no amount of
pet:doe:4(4n Ileftqcouit or ;or- • —eliftafor.l
The Lady's Friend.
Grandma's Portrait is the title cf a very
taking Steel Engraving in the November num
ber of this favorite monthly Xt is a house
hold scene, and one of the youngsters is
drawing Grandma's picture on the wall The
double colored steel Fashion 'Plate is as usual
superb. Love vs. Flirtation is the title of the
nest engraving, uhich illustrates an interest
ing story of the same name. Then we have
a number of engravings, devoted to the fash
ions, new hats, head-dresses, lady's and boy's
suits, &c. For 'the Music we have this time
a Gallop from Mirellle. The literary matter
is "Dear Mrs. Thorpe ;" "Changes, in the
Household of Cecelia Bird, Spinster," by Mrs.
Margaret Hostuer ; "In Silence," by Clara
Augusta, "Grace and Margaret," by Mrs.
Phelps ; "Told by the Sun," by Beatrice Co
lonna ; "My Prairie Home," Editorials, Re
ceipts, Fashions, .tc &c. Price . $2.56 a
year ; 2 copies si.oo ; 8 copies' (and one
GRATIS) $l6. Now is th e time to get up
Clubs for 1866. Specimen numberi for this
purpose will be sent for 15 cents. Wheeler
& Wilson's celebrated S wing Machines are
furnished as Premiums i certain cases.
The Prospectus of this
year embodies a splcndid
Address Deacon & Pe
Corrected every Wednesd3
BINS & CO., Retail Dea
oppositeD. F. Glass
Apples ' green, V 1
bush: $ 50 to 75
I I do dried, .. 2 00 250
Beans, 64 300 350
Beeswax, V lb., 30 35
, Beef, ti 1 9 10
Berries, dried, 1:1 quart 25 35
(Buckwheat ; V bush., 62 75
Buckwheat Flour, 2,50 300
Butter, V lb., 38 4.0
Cheese, " -I 15 20
Cloverseed 700 750
Corn, V bush., 100 125
Corn 3leal, per cwt., 250 300
Eggs, V doz., 20
Fldur, extra,V bbl., 11 00 12 00
do superne " - 9.50 1000
Haps, V lb., 25
Hay, V ton, ; 7 00 800
Honey, per lb., i 15 20
Maple Sugar, per lb., 1 18 20
Oats, V bush., , 45 50
Onions, " 100 125
Pork, V, bbl., , ; 25 00 BO 00
do 11 lb., 18 20
do in whole hog, ? lb„, 10 'l2
Potatoes, per bush., 37 50
Peaches, dried, 70 . 1 b., 1 : 26 30
Poultry, V lb., ; ; 8 10
Rye, per bush., ; _ 1 00 I'so
Salt, V bbl., - 475 500
do - -c4 sack, . 1 15 20
Timothy Seed f', 250 300
Trout, per 61 bbl., l' , ,- 800 900
Wheat, V bush., • _ 1 1752 00
White Fish; V i bbl., I 800 900
REBELLION LN THR IWMAN INTERIOR.
l' Rebellions are notconfined i to bodies politic. They
break out in our own inferior:las I:venial, in the "bow
els of the land." The , natiteal" law of our bodies Is
health, but we misdse them,land they revolt. We
subject them to exposure, 4e avertoek them, we
overload the stomach, we neglect the Trowels, we
plunge out of rooms hotter than the tropics into au
atmosphere below freezing r int, and in various
other ways trifle with our helith.
But these frames of ours are .wonderful machines,
and we can, by the use of the TROPES MEANS,
so INVIGORATE and REGCLATE I them as to
render them almost proof agalist the erdenis to which
in our recklessness, we subject them. 1
Nothing that has ever beell known orf heard of as
a tonic adds so much to the esietant power of the
liumau system' under dream tances unfavorable to;
health as HOSTETTER'S TOMACH BITTESS.
If you would escape the intermittent fevers, fits of
indigestion, bilimia attacks, and bowel-complaints, of
which cold and damp are H* frequent causes, use
the BITTERS as a PROTECTIVE MEI)ICINE.—
In either case, full reliance tray be placed upon its
efficacy. sold everywhere.—[Sunday Mercury, Dec. I
5.1563. I I
TEE MASON & HAMLIN ABINET ORGANS
Forty different styles, adapted to sacred and
secular music, for $BO to SGOO each. Thirty-
Five Gold or Silver Medals, or other first
premlums awarded them.! Illustrated Cata
logues free. Address, MASON & HAMLIN,
or MASON & BEPTIIERSI, New York.
THE NEW V
HAVE just arrived at
WILL he received at the Commiettionera' Office.
wp to the 'Atli of Octo, 1845„ for furnishing
the County with WOOD, forte nee of Court House
and Jail, two and a half feet leng, to be taken from
the body of hardwood timber 'and of a enitab:e size
for nee. By order of the Board :
L. B. COLE. C0m1.,. Clerk
' COI DERSPORT ACADEMY.
J. `W. ALLtS, !RINCIPAL.
ASSISTED tiy competent Teachers.. The WIN
TEL'. TERM will begin :For. 27, 181;5; and con
tinue Twelve Weeks. Tuitionl including instruction
In Common and Higher English Branches, German
and Latin Lai:triages. (to be paid at middle of term.)
from 1.3 to ,f 9. Incidentals, twenty-five cents. Book •
Keeping. by single and double entry, taught I tbont
The course of instruction will;be thorough and prac
tical to every 'respect, but especially in the Common
English Branches, the dleciplfrie mild,but untferinly
firm. Rooms, suitable for students desiringto board
thernselFerq - can be rented reaelonably . in town. For
further particulars address thelPrinctpal at Couder
THE NEWYORIC OBSERVER
Religious and Secular
EWSPAPAR for the Family and the Fireside,
Nwill won enter on its FORTYtFOUS.TII. YEAR.
of Publication. True to the CoraOn, the Communes,
and the Usros.. It is calculated; to edify and please
both OLD AIS. - 13 YOUNG.
911 new subscribers payin. , as in advance for WA
shall have their names immediately entered, and the
Observer trill be sent to them I
D.NTIL JANUARY FIRNY, GE.A.YIS
Subscribe scon,as the free papers Will commence when
the manes are entered. Sample Opts to an addrcas
Terms, $3.40 a year', In advance
BIDNEY E. MORSE, Jut. & Co.,
4wi7oct 37 Park Row, New York.
HOWARD ASSOCIATION ,
DISEASES of the Nervous, Seminal, Urina
ry and sexual s.)stemsnevr and reliable
treatment—in reports of the TOWARD AS
SOCIATION—sent by mail tin sealed letter
envelopes, free of charge. , Address, Dr. .1
SKILLLN HOUGHTON, Howard Association
No 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Latest from Sherman
1010SIF & TAR, ftoml Forth Carolina, for
sale by %STEBBINS
gasp subscrit;ers hirer female their Fermin
Claratownship. Itcontainsll2 Acres,
is pleasantly situated at the forks of the
road between Coudersport and Ceres, one road
leading to Wellsville through Oswayo ; and a
new mail route is established connecting the
Wellstille route at this place. It would be
a deskable location for a Tavern. There is
a good ORCHARD and - VALUABLE BUILD
INGS on the place, with water , convenient.
Time will be given if desired,
For Sale, 1 Yoke of Oxen, 1 Mare, 1 Yearling
Colt, 3 Yearlings, 1 Two-Year-Old, 1 Lumber
Wagon, 1 Buggy, and a Mowing Machine.
Persons desirous of purchasing can apply
by letter to Clara, Potter Co., Pa., or on the
premises to J. L. ALLEN,
' A. J. ALLEN,
A. M. ALLEN.
.cm. lB. 1765. (6wpd)
COUDERSPORT AND SHIPPEN
(STAGE ROUTE. •
krEssns. GLASSMIBE & WHITE'S daily line
"' of stages will leave CoudersPort, until further
notice, at S o'clock in the morning, arriving in Ship-,
pen abOut 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and will leave
Shippen on the arrival of the morning train, at 10:30,
arriving in CouderspOrt about 6 o'clock, P. M,
Travelers are refered to the Time-Table of the Phil
adelphia & Erie Railroad, which .will'be found adver
tised in!this paper, for further particulars about the
advantages of this route. New York pasaengerswill
SAVE 80 MILES TRAVEL AND 5 HOURS TIME
by takiiig this route in preference to th:,tt of the Erie
Railway, NO ORANGE OF dans BETWEEN
SHIP( EN AND NEW YORE. Fine, new, corn•
fortable wagons and goad teams aro kept on the Stage
Route. 'Packaies and Express business attended to
with care. . D. F. GLASSMIRE,
MILES 'SMITE, I'roprs
Coudersport, Pa., Oct. 9, 1866.
Magazine for next
list of contributors.
erson, 319 Walnut
iy by P. A. STEM=
lers in Groceries
Philadelphia & Erie Railroad.
rr 111Sgrent line traverses the Northern and North:
west counties of Pennsylvania to, the city of Erie
oh lake Erie. It has been leased and Is operated by
the PEZ , INSYLVARIA RAILROAD CD.III4NY.
Time 'of passenger trains at EMPORIUM.
LEAVE EASTWARD •
Erie Mail Train............8'50 I. X.
Erlo Express Train............. .. .....8:57 r. a.
Erie Mail Train ' ' 10:30 A. DI.
Erie Express Train ;....8:57 P. if.
Passenger cars run through on the Erie Mail and
Express Trains without change bath ways between
Philadelphia and Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave Kew York at 7.00 P. 31.;arrivd at Erie 3.40 .11.1 i
Leave Erleat 2.06 p. an., arrive at New York 12, noon.
NO CHANGE GE CARS BETWEEN ERIE & NEW YORK
ELEGANT SLEEPING CARS on all Night trains
For information respecting Passenger bnsiness,ap.
ply at Cdrner of 30th and Market streets, Philadelphia
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and] Market streets,
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
Wm. Brown; Agent, N. C. R. rt.., 3litmoro.
H. H. HOUSTON. General Freigl tiAgt. Philada.
W.3.4WINNER, General Tick t Agt. Phiiada
A. L. TY LEit,i General Suit, Williamsport.
I take this method to inform you that I am
now located at Oswayo, better known as
Brindle ille, with a Large Assorttnent of
ZCHICII MUST BE SOLD
My Store you will find in the Old Simmons
Block where Mr. YALE and myself will ever
try to give yon Good Bargains, and hope b
so doing to merit a share of yourlpatronage
An earlY call is solicited.
Oswayo,Sept. 18. 1805.
Haring sold my interest in the Mercantile
business to CHAPPEL Brothers, (who are
soon to fill up with Goods, here and at
Ulysses,) I am prepared to give my — attention
more exclusively to
Writing Deeds, Contracts and other Real
Estate business for Residents or Non-Resi-
capabld of doing all kinds of *ork waited in
a country shop
. LtiCTEN BIRD.
Braokland; Pa., Aug: 29, 1865.
** • *hrton't be foolish.P—You can;
Six Dollars from Fifty Centn. Call at
amine '0 invention urgently needed by" ,
body'. Ora sample bent free by mail)
cents. hat retails easily for $6, byJ
Woleot , liO, Cbatham Square, New ).
FINM FARM , FOR , SALE:
READY MADE CIOTUING;
BOOTS, SHOE A 4, &a,
Regardless of COST.
11" t 4
Winter Goods !:
YYOUR atttention is invittd to the large and
attractive stock just received, and f 4
sale as low'ns the,same qualities can.e bougkt
anywhere in the caunty.
We have on hand a large and varied asL
sortnient, of Domestic Cottons, comprising
BROWN SHEETINOSj and
.1 BLEACHED MUSLINS,
COTTON FLANNELS, on which we
cannot be undersold. • ,_
We purchase onr goods for Cash and offer
them at a very small advalice
IF you waut to purchase
FRENCH SHIRTING FLAN'NEL, cal
( DRESS GOODS; I
PRINTS, • -
BROCHE, and '
. CLOTHS, and
a full supply
nON'T fail to call before purchasing ap l
see the assortment
BOOTS & SHOES
FOR Mei', Women L- Children, in . great
riety and cheap 1 I
- At Olmsted's
For Molasses, 83 - rup, Sugar, Tea, and Coffee
fact everything in the Grocery line, call
A full assortment of almost eierything that is
kept in 4 country store on hind. We intend
to keep Goods that will give satisfaction and
sell good articles at the loweit living profit.
Grain of all kinds, '
Sheep Pelts, Furs,
County, Township and School Order, for all
of which the highest prices will he paid
At oinrasteirs I •
Coudersport, F'a,Npv'r 18. rogr
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS
WHAT THE rEopLt WANT: rim STANDAnD
RISTORIE OF TIII6 WAR.
Complete in one very large Volume of 1000 pages
THIS work has no rivid as a candid,lucid,eomplete,
authentic and reliable history of the "great con
flict." It contains reading matter equal to three large
royal octavo volutnes,4plemildly illustrated with over
150 due portraits of tieurrale, battle scenes, inapA and
Returned and disabled ofileers and soldlere,and en
ergetie young men In want of profitable employment
wilttind this a rare chance to make Money. 1 We have
Agents clearing $2.50 per month, which we Will prove
to any deebtinglapplicant for proof of the above rend
fur circulars and see our terms. ' Address I
JONES BROTHERS Si.' cp., :
I Philadelphia. Pa
PATENTED, JULY, 16r4, BY PORTER di. SMITH
THOUSANDS of, these Machines are being made
and sold, and give more
ban any other
Stray Or Stalk-Cutter
in market. It. has no =stings about and can be made
or repaired in any country town. •
The Knife is stationary—Box vibrates—feeds itself
—cuts on top of the knife—cuts everything square off
any length yqu wish, and you cannot make ragged
work of it even with a dull knife.
. Samples of 3fachines can be seen at shop of, the
underet,gued. bLantifacturcdautl for Bale by
i onde N. H. gOODSELL.
Crtport, Ott. 2, P. 165..
tor. A., FAENC I-I's
CELEBRATED TONIC BITTERS
ARE becoming the most popular Medicine
in circulation for the cure of
LIVER CUMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN-
Diet, FEBISITY OF THE- NERVOUS
SYST`4M, and WEAKNESS of the
STOEAICI-1 and DIGESTIVE ORGAIiS.
It is also gaining a great reputation in the
CDR E of IDIPTHERI4.
Principal Office, Coudersport, Potter Co), P.
• P.A. STEBBINS & Co
Paying the highest price in
50,000 POUNDS WANTED !
Condereport, Jouts 28, 1664.
II for 50
j R. L.
subscriber having loca4d in Lee-Is
vine is prepared to do all kinds of work
in his line, on short notice and in the but
Making and Repairing
of all kinds. lam enabled by die aid of Ine.
chinery to do work in the wagon -line better
and cheaper than any other establishmeat in
the county. 1 am also prepared to Make
COFFINS. EDStiON HYDE.
Ulysses, Penn's, Dec. 1, 1864 •
WELLSBORO Et COUDERSPORT
THE Stages on the Wellsborp and Coup
dersport Line Will leave Welisboro every
Monday and Thursday at 2-o'clock M.,
arriving at Coudersport on Tuesday and Fri
day respectively. Le3yes CoudOspcirt ertv
Wednesday, arriving in Wellsboro onThurs.
day at 12 o'clock M., and teavirtg Couders4
port on Saturday, arrives in Wellsboro oa
Monday at 12 o'cloce M.
IThis Route has lately changed proprietors,
and the undersigned is determined to keep it
in good order both with respect to teamsland
drivers. Ample accommodatiofis for trace
elers at Vermilyeas. HENRY CRUFUT.
Gaines, Aug. 2, 1865.—[6mpd
Administrator's Notice. .
WHEREAS Letters of Administration on
the estate of DAVID CROWELL, late
of Jackson townshtp, Potter county, decd,
have been granted to the undersigned, ell
persohs indebted to said estate are replotted
to make Immediate payment, and those lam.,
ing claims against the same will present them,
duly authenticated, to the subscriber for
payment. CHARLES II ARMSTRONG;
Coudersport, Aug. 19, 1856. ' Adms'r.
WHEREAS Letters of Administration on
the estate of SAMUEL ROGERS. /ate
of Hector Township, Potter county, deceased,
have been granted . to • the undersigned, all
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims against . the same wilt _present
them, duly authenticated to tht subscriber.
SUSAN ROGERS, Adrrunistratriz.
August 15, 1865. 1
WHEREAS Letters of AdMinistration De
Bonis non to the estate! of TIIEODO
SILTS CARPENTER late of :Bingham t
xlec'd, have been granted to the subscriber,
all persons indebted to said estate are rt.
quested to make iramediate payment; and
those having claims' against the same will
present them, duly authenticated, for settle
meni to ALVA CARPENTER, Admer.
Ulysses, Pa., Aug:2s, 1865.
THE subscriber desires to infdrm the citi
zens of Potter that he • can supply them
with all kinds of Marble - work, as 'cheap and
as good as it can be had any place in the
country. MONUMENTS and TOMBSTONES
of all kinds furnished on short notice:
Coudersport, Feb 13 ly
TEE MASON & aARIMEIN
fiAblnet Organs and Chlcker
v Ing's Celebrated Planosi for
sale by John B. Sbakspear, of Wellsbpro,
Tioga county, Pa. Persons de:.iring to pur
chase can do so by applying to A. L. ENS
WORTH, Esq., at the Biugh - am Office,
Coudersport, Pa. 1 -
Will wring anything From a Angie Thread to
PRICES : $5.50, 1 56.00, and $8.00.1
P. A. Stebbins & Co., I
Agents for Potter conoty.—Jae. 25, 1863
1 PACIFIC }TOTE L,
170, 172, 174 & f 76 GREENS/CB Si.
(O SQUARE WEST OF IMOADWAY)
Between Court land( an)JDey StreetOleic ro
PATTEIi. Jr., Proprietor.
AE. Pacific Hotel is well and widely
known to the trat - eling public. The to/
cation is especially 'suitable to merchants
and business men ; it is in close proximityitct
the business part of the Oity—is on the high*
Way of Southern and Western travel--and
adjacent to all tlip principal Railroad abd
The Pacific has libgral accommodation for
over 300 guests ; it is well furnished, and pits..
sesses every modern improvement for the
comfort and entertainment of its inmates. The roo ms are spacions and well ventilated
provided with gas and water; the attendant:a
is prompt and respectful; and the table jis
generouily, provided With every delicacy of
the season. I 1
The cnbseriber, whct, for the past few yetqs,
has beeti the lessee, is now sole proprietdri
and intends to•ideritif,y .himself thoroughly
with the; interests of his house. With long
experience as a hotelikeeper, he trusts, lapy
moderato charges and a !liberal policy, to
maintain the favornbl 'rephtation of the Pi'
chic Hotel. CHIN PAT-TEN. Ja.
H. J: 01,31STED'S
can alwa'vy he found the : best
Sc Cooking, Box and IParlor
S T 01 1 V . E
- Also, TIN and SHEET •IRON WARE, POTS )
KETTLES, SPIDER.% SCOTCH AOWLSi
FRYING-PANS, SAP PANS, and CAULD.
RONS. Also ,Agriottural
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, I.3ULTIVA s i.
TORS, CORN6SHELLERS, HORSX4RAKE
DOG-POWERS, L - c. I I
is well made and the material good. Good
and substantial EAVES-TROUGHS, Out ep I*
any part of the County- , --Terms easy. Ready.
Pay of all kinds, including Cash, seldom
Store l on 3lain Street
The Rochester ,Straw-Cutter
OIZISTED & KELLY,, Condersp_ort. bards
,ageney for this celebrated,
machine, in this county '.l It is covenient, du.l
Able, and CHEAP. i Dec.l,•lfign.—l.2
YOU can't believe what fine BATIGAIIC
are to be bad at OLMSTED'S.
Il diff,—at I tiTkaii3LN6'
posit° the Old Conti