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:lift M* Diodase at•-Bay.-
invalids, broken. (lent: in health and spirits by
Chronic Dyspepida;: or suffering.frOm the terrible ex
hatuttion which follows the attacks of acute disease,
crattertimony of thousands who have been raised as
vvr a i nu eta.frone a Mintier stateii_rf.._ j _pyoadration, by
STTBIt'S STOMACH MITERSIs a sure
. auar anteeithat....by the same means you too ,m a y be
N ru sgthen4 and restored. But to those who stand
. Is peril of epidemics, to all, who, by reason of expos
tire, Privations, and uncongenial climate or unhealthy
suits, may at any moment be stricken down, this
F ur egrapli is most particularly and emphatically ad
renal. Yon, whekitre thus situated, are profferedso absolute safeguard! against the danger that men
aces you: Tone and regulate the system with this
! t artness medicinal Stimulant and Alterative, and
you will be forearmed against the maladies whose
seeds float around you In the air unseen. HOSTET
TER:I3 STOMACH SITTER'S are not only a sten
dard Tonic and Alterative throughout the United
'states, but they are accredited by the certificates of
Par•nrost distinguished citizens of the Union, to the
foplp of all other lands. In Canada Australis and
US West Indies,' they are gradually eaking- the place
..0 141, ether stomachic., whether native or .foreign,
and:as sorely astruth' is progressive and demonstra
,tioul overthrows doubt, they swill eventually en
perfit46 every other Invigorant and Restorative now.
employed In medicinal practice.
0-DtItiNKALICDS.. . •
Ai z itefornied Inebriate, wOuld be happy to oommu.l
mute (free of charge) to'as many_ of his fella:y e j
addresa him, very imp o rtant ;and n
"yallnibrinationi and place in their -hands n safe our ,
for the love of. Strong - Drink of any kind. This In. )
formation is freeli offered by one who has narrowl
ssenpedn drunkard's grave. Address,
; . SETH B.:HENDERSON
spr,3,—sp3m. • No. 9, Broad Street, e w fork.
A CARD TO INVALIDS.
:k.Clentyinan t while restding . ln South America aal
mikilonary, discovered a safe and simple remedy
for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early
Denny, Diseases of the Urinary and Bernina, Organs,
end-the whale train of disorders brought on by bane.
fa! end victoas , hattllik Great numbers have been
already cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by
desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I all
send recipe forprepariug and using this medicine
in a Sealed envelope, to any one who needs it, Paz
OF !ItlWAttics. Please inclose a pest-paid envelepe
addressed to yourself. Address.
• JOSEPH T. INMAN
Station D, Bible House,
tranr2olyep] , New York
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE 0
Pubßelied for the benefit and as a Caution to Young
Melt and others, whe suffer from Nervous . Debilltyi
Premature Decny of Manhood, , supplying at the
eatOe time the means of Self-Cure. By one who has
.eured film %Wafter undergolog'corisiderable quackery,
Byienelosing a post.pold addressed envelope, single,
copies, free of charge may be had of the author.
NATRAIVIEL MAYFAIR, Dog.,
lypihTy3o Brooklyn,.Kings Co., N. Y.
Lyon's Periodical Drops
rm. Great Female Remedy for Irreg.,
ularities. These drops are a scientifically cont.!
pounded fluid preparation, and bettor than any
Powders or Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is
direet and positive, rendering theta a reliable, speedy
and certain specific for the cure of all obstructions and
suppressions of nature. Their popularity is indicated
by the fact that over 100,000 bottles are annually sold
and consumed by the ladies of the United States
every one of whom speak in the strongeit terms of
prates of their great merits. They are rapidly taking
jive Awe o • every other Female Remedy, and are con
altered by SIB who know aught of them, as the surest
aSfesh and most.infallible preparation in the world;
for the cure of Female co3nidaints, the removal of
all 'obstructions of nature, and the promotion of health
regularity and strength.- Explicit directions - stating
when they may be usod,nnd explaining when and why
they should not, nor , could not be used without pro.
diming effects contrary to nature's chosen laws, will
be' fonnd carefully folded !wound each bottle, with
written signatureofJOHN L. LYOII7, without which
none are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOBS L. LYON, 103 Chapel
Stresit.fi - ew Raven, Conn., Who can be consulted
tatlibrvporisonally or by mail, (enclo'id ng stamp,) con.
seining all prlyttte diseases and female weaknesses.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. Price $1.50 pr 13ot.
C. G. CLARK & CO.,
lyap General Agts for United States and Canadas
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ituderaigned. These who have fears of being
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illifterairtil please address their obedient serval)
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The advertiser, having been restored to heal h la
lb few weeks by a very simple' remedy, after 113 wing
atorarid for several years with a severs lung airs . tied,
and that dread disease, Consumption—is anzio s t 6
iiitke known to his fellow-sufferers the mea . s of
To all who desire it, he will send a copy oft . pre
ethiption used (free of charge), with the dir , tions
far preparing and using the same, which the • wil
lit ro ni a SURE CURE for Consumption. Aethm ,
Bnebatls, Coughs, Colds and all Throat and Lnn •
Affections. The - only i object of the advertiser in
sending the Prescription is to benefit the afilicMd,
and spread information which ir conceives to be in
valuable, end he hopes every sufferer will try his
remedy, as It will cost them nothing, and may proVe
Parties wishing the prescription, nisi, by return
Man, will pleasr address
Itzv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
• Williamsbur h, Kings Co.. New York.—rivisls
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
IA Gentle Man who suffered for years from Nervous
pebllity, Premature Decay, and all the e ff ects lot
yo uthful indiscretion; will, for the sake of sufferlp
humonity„ 'rod tree to all who need it, the reci
and. direetlons for making', the simple remedy y
which he was cured. Sufthrers wishing to profit !)).•
the advertiser's experience, can do so by addressing
JOHN B. OODRN 1
No. 13 Chambers St., New Vitic.--gyjy3
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ihe smoothest face or chin, or hair on bald
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levies free. Address, MASON & HAMLIN,
korIIASON & BROTHERS, New York.
Manhood : how Lost, how Restorp
' I II . IIST published, a new edition of Dr CULVER
NVELUS Celebrated Essay on' the radical care
(without' medicine) of Spertnatorrhoms, or seminal
!weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency,
!Mental and PhysiCal Incapacity, Impediments' to
(Mandate, etc.; also, Consnmptien, Epilepsy, ard rits,
dndneed by self-indulgence or sexual extraraganee.
liar Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents. f
The celebrated author in ' this admirable , essay
!clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful
practice. that the alarming consequences of self-abuse
loossy be radically cured without the dangerous use of
I Internal medicine or the application of the knife—
!pointing ant a mode of cure at once simple, certain,
and effectual, by means of which every suffereo,'no
matter what his condition may be, may cure himself
eheiN , y, privately, and radically. .4
,1W This Lecture should be in the Lands of every
i youth And .eyery.man In the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address,
post paid, en receipt of nixcents, or two poet stamps.
Address :the publishers
r M ,
127' Bowery, New lAS
York, Post Office box
• Flue-Gold .7 , ewelryd ,
• • Solid Silver Ware.
a!td Elipetior SILVER PLATED WARE, it Ee.
(lucid Prices.—March 20,1866 3mospi I
111IINTS BLOUM OF ROSES,—for th
" 111 - 1 .
di —at• ' STEBB
sr- In • the - At/an* Monthly for April4lll
be foundieverat artiClea orparticulatinterest.
rr firat Article le an account ofthe &tilt days of
the venerable poet, Walter Savage Landor, by
ne who k new , him intimately, and is the first
Ufa series, of iriicles giving glimpses of the
old man.cif.Flbrence tlnrtng the years 1859,
60, and 'Bl. ; •
Mrs."Stowe,from her Chimney. Corner,
(courses oo the proprieties of dress.
On the pOliiical situation, The Atlantic has
is word to edgy, and a paper of nO 'little pun
lencY; discusses the lama between Congress
and the President, 1 '
• •Porlightireaditig, it offelrs the continuation
of D. Johns and Griketh - daunt. and Madame
Waldoborongh's ;CaAiage, by 3. 1 T. Prow
briage.. ;Lungfell,ow, lioltnes, ant Leland,
poemsfurnish of Characteristic* excellence.
The number contains sixteen extra pages.
Ticknorli Fields Publishers, Boston.
t er Dernoreset, Monthly.—The April No.
of this popular 15lagazine comes to ns more
fresh and inviting than ever. The
"Beautiful Spktig," could not be more appro
priate,and is finely illustrated.f It is a splen
did number s and we do' not wonder that
Demoro has hecome indispensable to the
glagt.,l'he Spiing 'examination of Teachers
will be held ,
At the Hydo n subool bouse, Apr,
" Voorhees! "
" Oswa3o Village
• " •Cpudersport
" Andreas Settlement
" Bingham Centre ,
" Harrison Valley ,
" liewim Hie
" Bird school bons
" l!hilander Reed " DS,
" ißurleson school ouse
Teachers wiR provide thems , lve: with pens
and paper. Directors and others are invited
to attend. R. T. CLAFF'LPT ' Co. Supt.
'Keep your feet dry, wear good shoes,
keep -them-well stuffed with oil, arid well
mended, and 'thea 'if yoi are unfrirtunate
,get a Cough or Cold, use' Coe's
Goagh,Dalsam to Mire it. dt will do it every
It is also important that bur readers should
all know,thitt Doe's Dyspepsia Cure is relia
ble, anjf certain to cure the worst cases of
Dyspepsia a teaspoonful a day of it will ena
ble thejmost confirmed dyspeptic to eat any
thing he chooses without trouble. It is an
excellerit remeey for any disease of the stom
ach or bowels.
In Newilludsvin, N. T.,'on the 28th ult.. by Rev.
L, A. Stevens, C. G. STEVENS and Miss HATTIE
L. ADAMS. Saute thee, by the sane, Mr. R. 0.
CRAW FORD, and Miss MARY A, , ADAMS.'
COUDERSPORT PRICE CURRENP.
,Reported!ever§ Tuesday by
iSieacolaii2.ls, sib ca.,
1 . Dealers in Groceries find Provielons,
Apples, green, 3:? bush.,
do dried, "
Beeswax, `" , e,
IderSies dried, e. quart
Bucltwheat Fl ur,
Butter, 1.1 lb., •
Corn, "t 1 bush
Corn Meal, per i
Eggs, doz., I
Flour, extra, I bbl.,
Hams," lb., •
Hay, `ll ton,
Honey, per b.,
Maple Sugar', per lb.,
Oats, ? bush.,
Onions, ‘‘ •
do %.7 1b.,!
do in whole hog, T i t 4)
Potatoes, per bush.,
Peaches; dried, 11 lb.,'
Poultry, 111 lb.,
Rye, per bush.,
Salt, 't/ bbl.,
iio Sack, •
Trout, per / bbl.,
Wheat, , tl/ bush., •
White Fish, 19 bbl,,,
-1-I[THE'REAS Letters of Adnitilstmtion on the es-
Or tate Of IL MANNING,, late of Roulet
townelltp, deceased, have been; granted to the on.
'dersigned, all persona Indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and those
having just claims against the same should present
them, duly anthent GE icated for settlement, to
I ORGE W MANNING,,
Administrator oum testalnonto annex°
April 3, 1866.
TO THE SCHOOL DIR.ETORS
QPotter County. Gentlemen:ln pure once of the
43rd section of the Act of Bth May,lBs4,and Sup
ment, you are hereby notifed to meal in Conven
tion at the Court House in Coudersport, en the first
Tuesday in May, (time changed by the .Legislature
of 1868) A. D. 1868, being the first day of Ithe month,
at 2 o'clock in the aitetnoon, and select,l vlva vows,
by a majority of the whole number of Directors pres
ent, ono person of literary and scientific acquirements,
and skill and experience in the art of teaching, as
County. Superintendent for the three succeeding
years ; determinej the amount of compensation for
the samb and certify the result to the State Super
intendenti—at Harrisburg, as required by the 30th
and 10th sections bf said act.
I RUFUS T. CLAVLIN,
County Superintendent of Potter County.
March 30, 1888. I
- ANTED, A r ENTS—S7S to S2OO'PER MONTH
MONTH for Wet/mien, and 335 to $75 for Ladle+, every
v ere' to inirodubo the Common Sense Family Sew
ing Machine, improved and perfected.. It will hem,
fall, stitch, guilt; bind, braid and embroider beau
tifully-. Price 'only •20, making the elastic lock
stitch, and folly warranted for three years. We pay
the above wages, or a commission, from which twice
that amount mm be medial Address or call on C.
BOWERS & CO., Office, No. 225 S. Fifth et. Phila
delphla, Pa Ifir All letters answered promptly,
with circulars and terms, aprs.lm,
ANVASidERS. WANTED, at $2OO per month.
IL; We 'want reliable agents [none other,] male and
female to take the exclusive agency in evely county
and township in the U. 8. to sell the Photograph
Family Record, a work which every family will buy.
It is bound dike an album but has a printed blank.
page opposite eachiphotograpb, fora complete record
of the ausbitrl, 'Wife and each child of a family, also
Containing marriage cord ficate,and pages for military
41stot7 of any Member of the family. Nothing like
t over published and no work that agents can sell no
readily. Old canvassers and others should send for
circulars and terms. It is necessary to have copies of
the work to canvass with ; price, by express $2 50,
$3 50 and $7 00 [three styles) ; money may be sent by
Mail. Name the townships wanted. Address
BARTLILSON & CO. •
apr3,2m. 811 Chestnut at. Philadelphia.'
ITT having spine, to the knowledge of the Subsort.
1 hers that r,ertain Bonds, (the number and amount
or which we lare_t4norant,) bave been issued against
the tovrnshi of Keatingi this is to notify all persons
that no smell nil is valid except One ;of One Hun
dred 'and, T enty-five Dollars, drawn to John B.
Blackman, bearing date July 29,1854.
El' O. LE ' " l3 ' . . ? Suipervi eon I
,I • -I' • IMITRY BARNA%
Seating, eli 20, 1866. .1
ctory, Camden, N. J.
Ri.ESTERBROOKA - CO.
STEEL .PEN MANUFACTURERS.
NATove.booses: 403 Arch Street,
V V I '42 John Street, Row York.
These Celebrated Pens are of Genuine'. Amertcan
ManufaCture and comprise,every leading style inthe
Market,'and ' are equal in finish, elasticity and dueness
of point to the beat imported. They are, therefore,
sure tagaln the confdenceOf the, American publla
Samples and Prices on Application.
LOTS MADE TO ,ORDER, OF ANY PATTERN OR STAMP
REOUJIIED For fade to the Tiade at the Itannfaeta
rers w are hnuses, as above ; and at retail by all Ste.
Boners, Booksellers, and. Newsdealer. in the United
States. Eiy77.40 Esterbrook it Co.
ENGLISH TOMS !
FHOLUM TOM was Imported from Canada In Au
gust 186 k was sired by a fall•blooded Hnglish
allion, 'and his Dim was a fall blooded Canadian
Mare. He Ss conaldered one of the best stook horses
ever In this vicinity.
TOM is E years old--181ands high—weigiisr2so lbs
Color, dark bay—black mane and tail. i
He will be for service at the following !times and
places, beginning April MI:
Oswayo, at the Btasa Farm, Mondays, 20 A. M
Andreas Settlement, Tuesdays, 10 A. hi
Ulysses, Fridays, 10 A.
Raymond Corners, Saturdays 10 A. M
Ternis: Single aeivice, $2, paid down ; :for the sea
son. s4', to insure, $O. Persona parting with mares
before foaling will be held to pay for the Service of
the hors,. R. LAIIIGDON, fur Mr. Davidson.
Allegany, Pa., March 27,1866
. 18 at 1 P.M
21 at 9 A. M
23 at 1 P. M
$ll5 ?ER MONTH. BOMETIIEIGENTIBELY NEW,
THE !PHOTOGRAPH CASE AND FAMILY RECORD.
nitirs is a great opportunity for enterprising per
j_ sons of energy to make money. It le an article
of which the public have felt the need. It retails at
a low price, and Its beauty and utility is universally
acknowledged. The success which has attended its
sales riarrants the assurance that oss can be sold to
almost; every family. We aro prepared to ahoy that
we have agents who are clearing $165 every month.
Address for Circulars and Term.,
RAYMOND do CO., Manufacturers,
613 Cheitnut Street, Phila.
Osclri.BELTettalbfvtZ 1r...1.3 11872 "81 do".
It Is prepared f.wm the best JAVA COFFEE. and
while it has all the Savor of fine. Old Government
Java, sells for less than half the price.
Cloesibpcox-33.79 Wea,mra. c7,fe43.3
Has heen steadily, used for years, by thousands of
persons in all parts of the Country, and is universally
acknoWiedged to beat once nutritious, delicious,
healthfal and economical. The same quantity will
make a, richer and stronger oup of Coffee than any
CktEll i kscrrxess Cloff.3"
Is particularly recommended as a healthful bever
age and is most beneficially used by those who suffer
with Headache, _Nervousness and other injurious
effectalfrom the uO‘of other Coffee. '
It is 4irepared with the greatest care, and contains
no ingrtdient 'which is not more harmless and bene
ficial to the human organism than pure Coffee, to
which fact the most skilful Physicians and Chemists
40 . 60^0 1 CarXI. P el 5Tit..17.151. CICS ire C.
Has been miensively used at numerous Sanitary
Fairs throughout tire` Union, and received certificates
of the highest recommemiation.
It has also been thoroughly tested, and received
the diploma of the American institute and other
Put up in 1 lb packages bearing the lan simile Sig
nature of Lewis A. Osborn, and in boxes of so and id
lbs. and Sold by Groosrs generally.
Wholesale Depot and Trade
TUOISAS REID & C0.,-GLOBE MILLS,
InVortera awl Wholesale Dealors, in Tea, Coffee,
NOL[IO3 ato 105 Warren and 269' Washington
Streets, New York.
April 3.-1 y
.$ 75 to 1 25
' , 30 , 35
I 'l5 20
. 11 00 125
12 50 300
10 00 12 50
9 00 10 00
8 00 10 00
30 00 35 00
2 00, 250
a, oo 900
GROVESTEEN & CO.,
499 Broadway, Few York.
THE attentionof the public and the trade le In
*Red to our New Scale Seven Getavo Rosewood
PlanO-Fortes,-which for volume aV purity of tone
are Unrivalled by any hitherto offero In this Market.
They contain all the modern improvements, French
grand action„ harp pedal, iron frame, over•strung
bees, pm,' and each inetrachent being made under
the personal supervision of-Mr. J. H. Groveatoen,
who has had a. practical 'experience of over thirty
years in their manufacture, is tally warranted in
THE "GROVESTEEN PIANO-FORTE"
Received the highest award of merit over all others
I • at the Celebrated World's Fair
Where were exhibited instruments from the beat
makers of London, Paris, Germany, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Boston, and New York ; awl also at the
American Institute for tire successive years, the gold
andiliver medals from both of which can be seen at
By the introduction of improvements we make a
still more perfect riane-Forte, and by manufacturing
largely, with a strictly cash system are enabled to
offer these metrutnents at a price which will preclude
No.ll, Seven Octave, round , corners, Rosewood-
Plain Case POO
N0.)2, Seven Octave, round corners, Roaewood
heavy M0u1ding........L 3325
No. 3. Seven Octave, nun& corners, Rosewood
I.ouis XIV, style ' $350
TBRMS—Nar ()ABB to Coaster Focus.
Descriptive Circular Sent free, '•
AORA CE GREELEY',S
HISTORY OF THE WAR.
„ . •I
• '"Tea' As6llloAN , lCosrstior," in Two Volumes.
Elegantly illustrate with 144 portraits on steel ; nu
merous maps and diagrams of battle fields ; views,
„eta. • 126,000 copies sold!
`Volume Lord& iitiory,publ 'shed almost two years
later than the first part of nearly every other, already
incmdes among Its patrons fall 26,000 of the purchas
era of those' early works, and is everywhere recog
nized as the highest authority, even by the author's
political opponents. • I
• Volume IL will be ready Iln a few months—at the
earliest day,on which a well!prepared hinters . ' of the
War can be obtained. The entire work, inimitable
alike in excellence of plan and detail, will be vastly
superior to: any of those now completed, (moat of
which were "completed” long before Gen. Grant's
report was made,) and far the moat a tisfactory His
tory of the late stupendous straggle—elm/other tine
quailed for 'clearness, fulness, and 'accuracy of state-
mhnta, combined with candor and graphic delineation '
et events. •
If completed as designed, the work will bo author- I
as to the events of the moat wonderful era In the
history of the Country.—.A. G. Ctramt, Governor of
It would be difEcolt to place_too• high an estimate
ont the service Mr. Greeley has rendered our country
by the preparation of this volume. • •
I'avait the forthcoming of the second volume with
eager exportation.—wittizar O. Raxxer, M, C.
' It bears the marks of labor,' studied candor and
acennicy.--Vitmtzat H. SZWAND, Secretary of State.
-Tho narrative is simple and clear, with so much of
life and 'Spirit In it that it it next to immposeible not
to read a whole chapter without stopping. * •
It will ho and ought to be read by all oar country.
men.--Enclan. COWAN, U. S. Senate.
Its accuracy gives it a value beyond any other his
tory Of that eventful period. The great Industry and
impartiality of Mr. Greeley will make this the text
-of all future histories of the Great Robellion.—Tuaro•
DIMS STECNNR, M. C.- .
Of all the Histories of the Greatßebellion 'which I
have examined, this one seems to be the best in the
copiousness of Its antecedent and concurrent Con.
gressionaißeeorde, as well as the events of the war
itself.—Sointrazu COLFAX, Speaker U. S. House, of
Volume' 11. will be accompanied (without extra
charge,] by an elegant copperplate Map of the Seat
of r worth, $l,OO. Seld only by traveling agents.
Addreis . 0. D. CASH & CO., Hartford,
I • April . I Hertford, Colin.
TIM subscriber, late Landlord of the Pnion House,
- is prepared to accommodate visitors to tbe Corm
ty Beat with Boarding, at reasonable rates. Jurors,
Virilessee end others will. find It to their advantage
to give hitn a call. ' •8. C. Phelps.
adorsport, Fob. 6, 1865 tr •
Lewisville, Potter County, Pennsylvania.
TiILTETON LEWIS. Proprietor. Having
taken this excellent Hotel, the proprietor wishes
to make the acquaintance of the traveling public and
eels confident of giving satisfaction to all Who rev
call on him.—Fub. 12, 66 ti
rrHIS great linti traverses the eNbrthern and Earth
west countles'of Pennsylvania to the'city oflEttlit
on lake Erie. It has been leased ;and /a operated by
the PUINISILTA.I9II. 011;61PAIP.
• Time of passenger trains at EMPORIUM.
Erie Mail Train.... ..... ... r.
Brie Express Train 911 r 116.
LEAVE WESTWARD. - - 1 -
- Brie Mall ... . lioo a. n.
Erie Express Train " 11:02 A. n.
Passenger cars run through on__ the Erie Mall and
Express Trains without change both ways. between
Philadelphia and Erie,
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New York at 6.00 P. X., arrive at Erie 9.151134
Leave Erie at L's 3 r. u., arrive at New York 3.40,1% IL
NO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN ERIE&, NEW YORK
ELEGANT SLEEPING CABS on all Night trains
Fur Information respecting Passenger business,a
ply at Corner of 30th and Market streets, Philadelph ia
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market streets,
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
Win. Brown, Agent, N. C. 11:11., Baltimore.
11. H. HOUSTON', General Freight AO. Phliada..
11. W. GWTNNEE, General Ticket Agt. Phllada
A. L. TYLER, General Supl, WffitionsporL
Tnz Trustees wish to'let the Job of boron '4 a
°Micah at Raymond's Corners, In Allegany,
be completed on or before the middle of October 'CO.
Mae 28 by 40 feet, projection - in front to support
steeple 7 by 12, which With 0 feet off the main build
ing forms the entry. I . ' 7 •
Two 3 feet stoves standing in the partition, facing
in the entry—pipes to go to chimney In back part of
room ; Seats similar to,those in Methodist Church in
Coudersport, but without doors- Steeple with top of
spire about 60 feet from ground ; 14 feet posts ; pins
siding ; best shaved shingles ; three windows each
side and two in front, (arched), and all tobe of stained
glass ; ceiling to follow up the rafters fourifeet and
then go across by plank nailed to rafters., two iron
rods to support the building from spreading lath
and plastered walls and,celling ; foundations of gray
atone laid In lime mortar ; eaves to project 3 feet,end
a plain cornice—all to be painted.
It Is desired that all shall be don substantially but
to be plain. For further particulate inquire of L..
BIRD, at Brookland, or of the members 0; the Build
log Committee, in Allegany,
A. G. PRRSIIO,.
L. BIM), _ • Building Cam.
T. S. BENTON,
Drugs, Tobacco, and Wood-LOt for
Sale, and Store-Room for Rent.
mIIE undersigned will sell, at reasonable rates the
I balance of ttio Drugs in her establishment, and a
lot or Fine•Cnt TObacco.--Also, a Wood-Lot, contain
ing 34 acres, and situate in Entails township, about
three•fourths of a mile from the village.--The Store-
Room is also offered for Bent. Pos.ession given im
mediately. E. K. Spencer.
Coudersport, Feb.,27 2M3 '
NEW SKIRT FOR 1866.
The Great Invention of the Age in
W. BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX
J. ELLIPTIC. (or double) SPRING SKIRT.
THIS Invention consists of Duplex (or two) Elliptic
Pure Refined Steel . Springs, ingeniously braided
tightly and firmly together, edge to edgc making the
TOUGIBEST, Mg FLEXIBLE, ELASTIC arid DURABLE
BERING over used. They seldom BEND or ugEAt,like
the Single Springs. and consequently preserreJtheir
perfect and beantitul shape more, than twice ati long
as any' Single Spring Skirt that ever' Has or Can bit
THE wonderful flexibility and great comfort and
pleasure to any lady wearingtbe Duplex Elliptic skirt
will be experienced particularly in all crowded assem.
blies, Operas, Carriages, Railroad Cars, Church pews
Arm Chair, for Promenade and Hones pro* as the
Skirt can bo folded when in use to occupyla small
place as easily and conveniently as a Silk or Muslin
Dross. • . I I
A Lady having enjoyed the pleasure,comfort and
Great Convenience of wearing the Duplox Elliptic
Steel Spring Skirt for a single day will neveraftewards
willingly dispense with their use. For Children.'
Missis and Young ,Ladies they are superior to all
THE HOOPS are covered , with 2 ply doable twist.
ed thread and will wear twiae as long as, the Single
yarn covering which is used on all Single Steel Hoop
Skirts. The three bottonalrods on every Skirt are also
Double Steel, and twice or double covered to prevent
the covering from wearing off the rods when dragging
down stairs, stone steps, etc., etc. which they are con
stantly stfbject to when in use.• _
All are made of the new and elegant Corded Tapes
'and are the best quality in every part giv!ng to the
wearer the most graceful and perfort Shape possible.
and are unquestionably the lighest, most desirable,'
eomfortable and economical Skirt ever made. • I
WESTIT , BRADLEY & CARY, PRORIETOSI of
the Invention,and SOLE MAITUFACTUREREM 97
CHAMBEII., and 79& 81 READE STREETS New
FOR SALE in all first-class Stores in this City,end
throughout the United States and Canada, Havana de
Cuba, Mexico, South Amerida, and the West Indies.
INQUIRE FOR THE DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE)
SPRING SHIRT. A. re. C. Jan.ls EmJ
170, 172 ' 174 & 176 Gamma Sr.,
(ONE SQUARE UST OP RIRDADITATI)
BeturecniCourtlandt and Dey Streete,New York.
JOHN PATTEN. Zr o .Proprletor.
rpnE. Pacific Hotel is well and jwidely
known to the traveling public. The
cation is especially suitable to mehants
and business men ; it is in close proximity to
the business part of the City—is on the high
way of Southern and Western travel—and
adjacent to all the principal Railrorld - and
The Pacific has liberal accommodation for
over 300 guests ; it is well furnished, and pos
ewes every modern improvement for 'the
comfort and entertainment of its inmates.
The rooms are spacious, and well ventilated ;
provided with gas and water; the attendance
is prompt and respectful; and the table is
generously provided with every delicacy of
The subscriber, who, for the past few years,
has been the lessee, is now sole proprietor,
and intends to identify himself thoroughly
with the interests of his louse. With long
experience as a hotel-keeper, be trusts, by
moderate charges and a liberal policy, to
maintain the favorable reputation of the Pa.
clic Hotel. JOHN PATTEN, Ja.
1794 . Char
PHILADELPHIA. I ,
Oldett Insurance Company in America;
Cash Capital and Surplus, over
SEVENTY;ONE Years Suctessfhl Business
Experience, with a reputation for integrity
and honoiable dealing unsurpassed by any
LOSSES PAID elate organization $l7;
500,000.00,,with5ut the deduction of a cent,
or a day's delay I •
LIBERAL RATES for, all the safer classes
of proberty.. Insurance of Dw‘llings and
Contents, a specialty. • •
BRICK or STONE Dwellings insured per
petually, if desired, on terms of the greatest
economy and safety to the insured.
It is trisdom and Economy to insure In the
best Companies, and there is none better than
the old Insurance Co. of North
Apply to ' 11. W.iIoALLIINEY
Aieat for Potter coarit,,i.
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tSPRING - tOOP:,
Good Delaiiies for 20 to 25 Contr.
Merrimac, Cooheco, Providence, and othei good rilaty
from 15 to 20 Cents. • • -
Heavy Sheeting 'from 16 to 25 Coati.
Good Tweed from 35 to 45 Cents.
Striped Shirtings for 25 Centp.
Bed Ticking from 25 to 44 Cents.
CASSINEE'R.EI3, VERY LOW, I
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING.
GOOD SUITS FROM $l5 to $.,g5
Flour, Feed, and Pork. Good' Sugar fur 12i o,ente. The b
under' the market, at wholesale and retail. '
Johbers supplled.at New York Wholesal
Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere, if 'for nothing inor
up. We challenge any'aountry store to beat us as to qnality,
C. H. SIM
Wellsville, N. Y., March 7, 1865. •
Pr0,..:80n . 6-,Ptiblioti•C:',l
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A STAnnil_S & Cu.
Elegant Seasonable Dress Good'
THE,,CORNER SORE FULL I
Dress and Cloak Tripimi4to
I I lits
Micrcotm cSr• Skic)4es;
Proprietors of the POPULAR CORNER STORE are
determined to supply this market - with the best quality ;et
DRY-G OODS, HATS & CAPS, HARDIWARE, DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISHES, AND PATENT MEDICINES.
FLOTR, FEED & i'ROVISIOINS
A. STEBBINS & CO; ,
A NICE ASSORTMENT OF
MAMMOTH STOCK OF
Full !rn, .:
_than bagel pOited
; price.: ,