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seep bisil — ase — af.Biy.
Inralids, broten dawn In health and spirits by
()bre w, Dyspepsia, or suffering from the terrible ex
bcastion which follows the attacks of acute disease,
theteatireony Of thousands who trove been raised as
froui a unilar etude of. prostration, by
yfoTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS, is a sure
& na rrate° that by the same means you too may be
-trengtheffed and restored. But to those who stand
to ail who, by re ason of expas
reeril of ep;densits.,
Urey.privations, and uncongenial climate or unhealthy
vumbiLF, may nt any rhornent be strieken down, this
iisragraph is most particularly and emphatically ad.
„„,,od. You, who are thus situated, are :offered
an absolute safeguard I against the danger that men
acesjou. Tone and iegulate the 'system with this
bar ass . medicinal Stimulant and alterative, and
you Iris be forearmed against the maladies whose
seed) float aronnd you in the air unseen. HOSTET
TER'S STOSIACEL BITTER'S are not 'Only ,a stan
dard: Tonic and-Alterative throughout the United
f3tateS, but they are aecredited by the certilleatiii'ar
The i r ine distinguished citizens of the Union, to 'th'e
inutile of all other lands. In Canada, Australia and
the West Indies, they are gradually taking the place
of all o thee.stontaehles, whether native or foreign,
arida' surely as truth is p.ogressive cud dernoustra
twat o verthrows doubt, they will eventually su
periede every other trivigorant and Restorative now
employed in medicinal practice.
TO D RUNK Alai/S.
,Retwmed Inebriate would be happy to commu•
Ai pleat° (free of eharge) to as many..of his fellow
b ri ngs as will address him, very important and use
fsi information'and place in their hating a safe cure
far the love of Strong Drink of, any kind. This in.
forMation is freely uttered by one wt.(' has narrowly
'escspod a drunkard's grave. Address,
sETILI B. HENDERSON,
apr.3.—sp3m. No. 9, Broad Street, NeW York.
A CARD TO INV4LIDS. •
° A Clergyman, while residing in touth America as
miSsionary, discoNmred a safe and simple remedy
fon the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Early
Deeay, Diseases of the Urinary end Setnitini Orions,
end the whole traiu of disorders brought on by Owe
fuli and ',Ocions habits. Great numbcrs have been
already cured by this noble rentedy. Prompted by a
antis) to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will
cad the recipe for preparing and oiling Otis medicine,
Ina sealdd envelope, to any one who needs it, Fast
or ICLIARGZ. Please inclose a post-pald envelope,
addressed to yourself. Address,
JOSEPH. T. INMAN,
Station D, DO.de House
inar2ol9spl , New York Cite.
l• ERRORS OF YOUTH. •
.41:-Gentleman who suffered for years from Nervous
Debility,' Premature Decay, and all the effects of
yonthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
hOinanity, send tree to all who need it, the recipe
and directions for making the simple remedy by
Wipch he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit
ths advertiser's 'experience, can do
B. by addressing
No. 13 Chambers St., New York.—(lyjyB
2 BROADWAY, NEAR .FOUR,TH St., N. Y.
IWliolegate and retail at reduced rates. Pipes and
orders cut to order and repaired. All goods war
med genuine. send stamp for Circular. Pipes $6
Lyon's Pbriodical Drops !
Illhe Great Female Reinedy for irreg.
11 ularitica These drops are a scientifically coup
pennded fluid preparation. and better than any Pills,
Powders or Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is
direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy
and certain specific for the cure of all obstructionsand
suppressions of nature, Their popUlarity is indicated
b:y 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 strongest terms of
prOse of their great Merits. They are rapidly taking
the placeo • every other Female Rentedy, and arc con
i;tidered by all who know aught at them, as the surest
safest, and most infallible preparation in the world:l
fur the , enre of all Female corn plaints, the removal al
ttil obstructions of nature, mill the promotion of health
regularity and strength. direttions stating
hen they may be I..ed,andekplitining When and why
the) should not; nor could not he used without pro
dyeing effects contrary to nature's chosen laws, will I
lbs found carefully folded arottnd- each bottle, with . l
Written signature ofJORN L. LYON, without which
'sone are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOIIN L. LYON, 105 Chapel
street. New Raven, Conn., who can he consulted
leather personally or by mall, (enclosing stamp,) con
-'serning all private diseases nod female Nrehitnessea.
Sold by Druggists everythere. Price $1.50 pr Bet.
.G. CLARK k. CO.,
i 1 s • General Agts for United States and Canadas
STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
Nverk young lady and gentleinan in the United
state. tan hear iiemething much to their advantage
by retiirn '<free of charge,) by addressing the
andel-signed. Those who haw fears of being hum
~buge.d , 0.111 oblige bye not noticing this card. All
Gibers will please adaress their obedient servant, - .
THOS. F. CHAPMAN,
631 Brt:ad - w .. ay,..1C - e -York.--11yJy8
It. S. OLMSTED'S
sTURE can always be found the best 0,
Cooking, Box and Parlor
Also. TIN and SHEET-IRON WARE, POTS,.
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS S I
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, arid CAULD.j
A tural Implementit. I
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG-POWERS, &c. • .
HIS WORK r 1
Is well made and the - material gbolt. food
and substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in
any NA of the County—Terms easy. Ready
Pay of all kinds., including Cash, .seldoni
Store on Main Street opposite the old C6orl.
110 use, Coudersport. Aug. 1,
P. A. Stebbins & Co.
ARE AGENTS for the sale of
WHEELER d: WILSON'S SEWING
MACHINES for Potter County
Oldest Insurance Company in America
Cash Capital and Surplus, over,
SEVENTY-ONE Years Successful Business
'Experience, with a reputation for integrity
and honorable dealing unsurpassed
LOSSES PAID since organization, $17,-
600,00.0 D, withsut the deduction of a cent,
or .a day's delay
LIBERAL RATES for all the safer classes
of property. Insurance . ) of Dwellings arid
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 Wisdom and Economy to insure in the
best Companies, and there is none better than
, the old Insurance Co. of North
M. W. MeALARNEY
Affent for Potter co.mtr
COUDERSPORT AND SHIPPEN
GLA.S.SIif IRE & daily line
4 -`. of Stages will leave Coudersport. - until further
notice, at 8 o'clock in the morning., arriving . in ship
pen about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and z will leave
Bhippen on the arrival of the morning train, at 1.0::10,
arriving Coudersport about 5 o'clock, P. hf,
Travelers are refered to the Time-Table of the Phil
adelphia. ter Erie Railroad, which will be found adver
tised in this paper, for further particulars about the
advantages of this route: New York passengcr i will
SAVE 30 MILES TRAVEL AND 5 HOURS TIME
'by taking this route in preference to that of the Erie
.., 4 Rallway. SO CR.A.NGE OF CARB BETWEEN
SIIIPPFN AND NEW YORE. Fine, new,l corn
' fortable wagons and good teams are kept on the tune
Route. Packages and Express businPss attended to
With care. . D. F. GLASSIURE,
MILES WHITE, Props
Coudersport, Fe, Oct, 8, 1855.
THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Minds:mart, Tuesda7 Ersoing, My 1, 1.1165
Local and General.
r'Spring Stylei—Seasonable Goods— , -in
great varitty have b'een and are still bbing re
ceived at! C. S. & E. A. Jones I Call in and s
exatahis and you will be sure to pnrchast.
gad The Daily fierrisburg Telegraph will
add four noltuntis and three inches to each
columm on the first of June. We are glad to
hear itas it has long needed it. This don't
indicate that the 142 of the Poet Office his or
will rain Bergner
gfarl, The 'd,'Wellitig house 0 Perry Lewis,
in Ulysses towUship, was burned on Monday
last, April 39.1 Th 4 origin or the fire was-ac
cidental. Loss abnut $lOOO-rno insurance.
A Flax Wheel belonging topSrs. Ruth A.
Lewis and which; she bad used for about
fifty-five years, was among tbe property de
ZList of Letters termini 'ing in the Post
°t Couderspor', Pa. Ma 1, 1866.
John Anglum, %F. B. Cald ell, James Cha
pen, Ephrapi Decker, John F senden, Rodney
Fesenden, J. P. Havens, PerMelia. Higly, Ma
rion L. Jones, Helen A•*Lane i Joseph V. La
portei J. Morgan 14 Co. 4 iVolan Patton, Dan
iell:l: TroutmanJ Jacob B. Yanet/er, David
Kemp, Peter Davis.
D. C. LARRABEE, P .M.
'!GOT THE BLUES"
i How oten do we heir this"cordplaint made.
The reas, n t generally ascribdd is that some
thing has gone wrong,but if you will question
the patient in regard to health, habits, &c.,
yOu will very often find that indigestion is the
prime Cause ; the intimacy of the brain and
stomach is very close, and nothin l i g so sours
the feelings and disposition as dyspepsia. It
is a singular fact that most suicide's are dys
peptics: ! If our nourishment is properly di
gested, the brain is free and unoppressed,and
will solvd our troubles, pointing out sunshine
ahead and inclining us to look on the bright
side of life ; Ihus iS it out diatg to guard
against this monster—indigestion—sad We
know of nothing so iotent•to assist digestion
as 'Coe's Dyspepsia Cute.' It has cured some
very bad cases of dyspepsia of even ten or
fifteen 'years .standing. . t
i,. : , ,
Schooll Dtrector'§ Convention.
3ray 1 136'6, the Schdol Directors of the
County of Potter, ult. at tile Court House in
Coaderst'ort ;ticc'ording t 9 'law, and organized
by , lbe election of vol. IT.' H. KilboUrne as
President, nand L. Bird and H. J. Olmsted
Secretaties.l ! i
On .talliog!the in the oiloting Were foutid'
.. lif • '
to r bepresentit •
Abbott--.J. F. Kull, lac Ohlweiler, M. Schil.
lei, N. Mass: ,
I Allegany—O. W.G. Judd, A. W. Andrews,
.1. O. Presho, l l.. W. Howe, Thos. Gilliland,.
• 'lyric' Haskell. .
Bingham—M. D 1 Briggs, C. H. Grover, L
E. l'lcCarn, T. rn! Gridley, 'Austin Crum,
Clara—J. L. Allen, Samuel Wakely, A. P.
'ffe l r y, Charles Chandler. 1
• 1 Condersfiort—T. M. Hamilton, o.H.Cfnsby,
Zelaas I, Thompson; Est.'s Starksveather, A.
unsville, H. J. Olmsted.
I 1 Eulalia—S. M. Spafrord, J. P. Taggart,
Allen Nelson, Samuel •Thompson, Lyman
Nelson ' 'C. Brenule.
' Genaessee—V. Dickenson, B-. Daniels, Wm,
Baker, C. C. Allis.
Genesee, Independent—Ja?, Magineis, John
Hart, James Maguire, Michaeltgollins, Law
renbe Moran, Patrick O'Donnell.
Harrisotv—lsrael Dodge, T. Stone, 0-. Smith,
G. scoim, i
, :. - -
Hebron—l's. VaninWegeli, Peter Green,
L. R. Burdlt. 1 ,
Hourreel, W. Pidgeedittb, H.
i - I
Edgecomb, A. U. Crosby, W. A. Crosby.
Jacksdn—M. J. Flynn, Thomas Padget, W.
Smith, R. Persing, G.lMitchell, E. Hovencamp.
Keating—Pliny Harris, E. G. Crane, E. F.
Dingee, M. White, Henry Harris.
Osvrap—Wm. Dexter, N. C. Goff, G. W.
Burdic, James Hra i dlee. l ,
Pike- 7 J. M. Kilbourne, S. H. 3.lrrtirt, Isaiah
Ssitton'.' .....1. ,
---ti , ,
Pleasant Valleyennze n either, Philan
der Head, J. C. Fessenden. ' •
Reulet—John Dehn, Ed. Meadham,R.lleed.
Sliaron—lund. Stevens, Joteph Mann.
SWeden—J 'D. uliusNeefe- White, H. L. Bird,
Johnson Chase, J. T. Jacksbn:
i • i
Stewartsmi—Jarne . s FranciA.
Summit-.,. 31 C. tarra . bee, M.
Watson. Janes Nelson.
Sylvania-4A. Biirleson, C. C. Rees, Ri K.
Young. ' I
Benton - .
West Bran, in Scheer, G. Fraub.
Woodtille, 'cadent—Charles Coats,
Elibu. Cole, ;tile, G. I3urd.
Geo. C. Lewis, Keating School District,
claimed a seat in he Convention, haN j itig been
appointed to fill a vacancy Caused by the re
moval of Miles ! Wate.
After hearing vtatetnents from Pliny Harris
and Miles Whitel ia relation to the cause of
zemoval and the claims of the contestants, it
was, on motion, tlecidedto adicit Miles White
as the legal Dire tor.
Asa Downe al o claimed a seat in the C,•;n
vention, having een elected at the last Town
ship Election to fill a vacancy in the Board.'
It was decid di by a vote of 53 to 43 that
hee was not entitl d to a seat in the Conventidn.
The salary Fo, Cdudty Superintendent was
fixed at .S6OO per annum.
J• W.•ltird,,J4W. Allen, and R. T. Clafflin
were then nominated as candidates for the
office of County!Superintendent.
The ballot resulted as follows :
For J. W. Bird, 22 votes.
" J ,W. Allen, 62.
" RI; T. 'Clafflin, - 19 "
Mr..T.V. Allen, having received a major
ity of thvotes cast, was declared to be dilly
elected. Convention adjourned.
J. M. KILBOURNE, Preet.
.!1.,. RI I t
11. J. Otatetto, } S ' e Y 'll. '
N. H. Hallack, R. W
Oca YUMAN Govaanoa. , --Governor
tin is sojourning for a few days in our borrough.
He looks hale and hearty, and meets etfj,ery
where the cordial welcome to which, he is
entitled. He authorizes us to contradict ex;
pressly the statement made in last week's
Watchman, that he is opposed to Gen. Geary.,
On the contrary he declares isiskurpose to do
all he can to secure his election. He further
assures us that the triumph of Geary is beyond
a reasonable doubt. We need not say te our
feader. that Ger. Orrtin's wishes and efforts
are cbrdially with the party and its candidates
It Could not be otherwise...-Bellefonte Press
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL WORK
TEM PICTORIAL BOOK OF
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' Ciplendidly Illustrated with over SKI tlne'Portraits
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This work for genial humor, tender pathos, start
ling interest, and attractive beauty. stands peerless
and alone among all its competitors. The Valiant
and Brave Hearted., the Picturesque and Dramatic,
the Witty and Marvelous, the Tender and Pathetic.
The Roll of Fame and Story, Camp, Ticket, Spy,
Scout, BlYouse, and Siege ; Startling Surprises ;
Wonderful Escapes. Famous Words and Leeds of
Woman, and the whole Panorama of the War is here
thrillingly and startlingly portrayed in a masterly
manner, at once ldistorical and romantic, rendering it
the most ample, brilliant and readable b ooki that the
war has called forth.
Disabled officers and soldiers, teachers, energetic
young men, and all in want of profitable employment,
will find this the
_best chance to make money ever
odor to the clothes, and sure to last tlkfOugh twelve
months. Every tiruggist has It.
may 1-Im.) HARRIS S. CFIAPMAI 4 .t, Bottop,
~, OUR NEXT GOV ERNOR I
VriS IS - aIM a correct and striking' photograph of the
sass Govakkon of Pennsylvania, which we will send
by mail for 25 cents. If we mistake the man, the
money wilt be refunded immediately atter the elec.:
tion next October. lan it Geary or Clymer t Write
and see. Address BA RTLESON & CO..
may 1,-2ra 611 Chestnut Street. Phila.
We hate Photographs,
large and small of Geary
and Clymet. Agents Ytntlnd to eel! them. Bend 75
eats for specimen copies by mall, postage paid,
Address; BARTLESON & CO.
may 1-2m611 Chestnut Street, rhlla.
The two heroes before their tent planning a battle
—Grant sinoking. A beautiful steel engraving by
Wm. Sartain. Agents wanted:everywhere. Sample
sent by mail for 50 cents. Agents make 50 per cent,
Address • BARTLESON & CO.,
may 1-2 m 611 Chestnut Street, Phila.
TTntil further notice, the Office of the Estate in
Coudersport will bo open only during Court
%Yvette; at which time Mr. Ensworth will be there.
Ito wilt also be In Smeihport durtng the weeks of
IL:out t lh McKean County.
Persons who have business with the Estate are re
quested to meet him at tboso times.
Letters on business 'addressed to the Office at Wells-
born', will be promptly answered.
May 1, 1866. WILLIAME. CLYMER
LOVE AND MATRIMONY,
Ladies and gentlemen, If you wish to marry, ad
dress the undersigned, who will send you, without
Money and without price, valuable information that
will enable you to marry happily and speedily,.irre
speotive of age, wealth, or beauty. This information
Will goat you nothing, and ft you wish to marry, I will
cheerfully asr.is4 you. All letters strictly confidential I
The desired infOrmation sent by return mall, and DO
reward asked. leiddreis
• SARAH B. LAMBERT,! j
lim.spri.no2; ' lareenpoint, Kings Co., Newyork.
HO .YE HUNGRY! i 1
HEAT, HEAT, FRESH HEAT!!!
rinHE undersigned wishes to inform the citizens of
J Coudersport and vicinity that he bas opened a
Meat Market in the basement of Glassnfire's Store,
whore ho Is preparea to furnish at all times, Fresh
Beef, Mutton, Veal ) and all -other meats in their
season.. N. 3. 41L1.3,
April , 24 '66.—tf.
jtr . :T received—Poi4ns, Waltzes, Schottishes,
Marches. Songs, Duette, Variations—by
April t 4, '66. D. 'C. & M. M. LAWRABEE.
tST received by D. C. k IS; M. Larrabee, at the
Post Office, a fine PA of Pastel, Driel'Ol and Mono
chromatic board, Tisette paper, raihte, Drawing Pen
et.c., for sale cheap:
WHEREAS the Hon. RobertlG. White )
President Judge, and the flpns. C. S.
Jones and G. G. Colvin, Associate Judes of
the Courts of Oyer k Terminer 4ntl General
Jail Deli Very, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,l
Orphan's Court and Court of Common Pleas
for the county of .Potter, have issued their
pretept, bearing date the twenty-fourth day
of Feb'y in the year of our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and sixty-six, and to me
directed, for holding a court of Oyer & Ter
miner and General Jail Delivery, Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, Orphan's Court, and
Court of Common Pleas in the Borough of
Coudersport, on MONDAY, the 19th day of
June next, and to continue one week:
Notice is therefore' hereby given to the Cor
oners, Justices of the Peace and Constables
within the county, that they Se then and there
in their proper Persons, at 10 o'cletk, A. M.
of said day, with their rolls, records, inqui
sitions, examinations, and other remem
brances, to do those things which to their
offices -appertain to be done. And those who
are bound by their recognizanees to prrlse.,
cute against the prinners that are or shalli'
be in the jail of said county of Potter, are to r
be then and there to prosecute against them'
as will be just.
Dated at Coudersport, May 1, 1866, and '
the 89!,th year of the Independence of thd
United States of America.
, W. W. BROWN, Sheriff.
LIST or CAUSES
In the Court of Common Pleas of Potter
County at June Term 1866.
Rouse t - z. Mallory et al
Cole use of W.) T. Jones, vs. It & G 'Nelson
Mercereau & Weston vs. Dedrick & White.
Mills vs Bartlett
Crane vs Seeley
Schaffer vs Barclay & Bailey
Watrous vs Daggett •
Goodrich vs Monroe & Cobb's Aclmr's
Plymett vs Dearing
Gale vs Fox, Graves et al
s3,7ain, assignee &c. vs Grates, guardian &e.
Stephco k Niehols vs Beatman
Lyman vs Clark
Patterson vs Francis
B. F.;Burt vs Roulet township
Cole vs Gordon
Hackett vs Cleveland
Dean vs GravesdStarkweather et al
Dodge vs Ives & I Salsbury
Same vs same •
Allen vs Flynn
Ensworth vs Flynn
Thatcher vs Peterson
Billings vs Pye ,
McDougall vs Beats:man & Edwards
Tyler vs Grandy
H. J. OLMSTED, Prothonotary.
April 18 ) 1866.
COUDERSPORT I PRICE CURRENT ;
. I Reported every Tuesday by 'I. JJ
P. AL. o ' i:tea:A:pia:Lei de Co'.4
Dealers in Groceries and Procislone,l
$ 50110 1 00
2 so; 300
50 9 00
2 50 3 00
11 00 /3 50
9 00 10 00
8 00 10 OD
5 00 28 00
lad 1 50
4 75 5 On
1 75 2 OD
8 00 900
_green per bushel
Beeswax, per lb.,
Beef , ss
Berries, dried, per quart,
Buckwheat, per bushel,
Butter, per lb.;
Corn; per bushel;
Corn meal, per cwt.,
Bligs; per dozen,
Flour, extra,' per barrel.
Hama, per lb.,
Hay, per ton,.
Honey, per lb.,
Maple Sugar, per lb.,
Oats, per bushel,
" " lb.,
" In whole hog, per lb.,
P.otatoes, per bushel,
Peaches, dried, per lb.,
poultry, per lb.,
Ryn; per bushel,.
Salt per bbl.,
Trout, per half bbl.;
Wheat, per bushel;
White Fish, phr half bbl.,
The advertiser, having heeri iestdred to'health to
a few weeks by a very envie remedy., after having
suffered for several years withp . SOVete lung affection,
and that dread disease, Consurctiticin , -is anxious to
make knnwn to his fellow-sufferers the means of
To all who desire it; ho *ill send a copy of the pre
scription heed (free of charge), with, the directions
for preparing and using the same, Whieh they will
tied a SURE CURE for Consumption. Asthma,
13ronChntls, Conghs„Colds, and all Throat and Lung
Afibctions. The only object of the advertiser in
sending til6 Prescription is to benefit the afflicted.
and api•ead information which Ir conceives to be in
and he hopes every sufferer will try his
rente'dy,als It cost them nothing, and may prose
Parties wishing the presCription, race, by return
mall, will pleasr address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON",
Tilillamsburgli, Kings Co.; New York.,—LlyirS
"SERLFY , S BARD RUBBER TRUSS' , cures
RUPTURE, frees the cord from all pressure ; will,
never rust, break, limber. chafe or become filthy,:
(the fine steel spring being cOated with hard rubber);'
spring made into any pdwet . rnqulred ; used in bath.
Mg, fitted to form •, requires no strapping ; cleanest,'
lightest, easiest,' and best Truss known: Send for
pamphlet. I. B. SEELEY, Sole Proprietor
1307 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
O. T. CAREY, City Building.ntddeforct,slaine.
Dm 36,1865. letrly.'
IXTHEREAS Letters of Administration on the es
VV tate of ILI:dANNING, late! of Roulet
township, deceased, beNe been granted to the unrr
dersigned, all persons indebted to said estate Sr
recibested to make immediate payment, and ilos
having just claims against the ethic should preset',
them, duly authenticated fot aqtiemeni, to
GEORGE W.MANNING, I
Administrator cum testaniento annex.°
April 3, 1606.
N'rED G ENT'S —To canvas for the "13.1-
dier's Individual Memorial.' Greater induct,
ments offered than by any other publishers. Agentn
have an entire monopoly in the territory assigned
them, ai there has been nothing of the kind, yet in
troduced, Meets with univer.,al approval, is ()ran.
mental, also a rectitd of value to those who have
served in bur country's defence, and to friends of de
ceased soldiers. For circulare, address, enders
log stamp, B. C. Bakel•, Columbus, 0., Lock. sBox
DISABLED MEAT, AIIrENTION.
AV A NlP):, , .. a ro o lf . av iA e . l ' o m st e e n tal n er C a 6 n u * , i a rT r i . 47t d o I
( "Wadstvortb , s Waterproof - Arnica, Healing
Plus er " the best and cheapest Court Piaster in tile
market. ' Fiom $5 to $lO per day can be made. Ad
dress, with 45 rpnlq for sample and full inforrnation,
Ilox 45, Philadelphia, Pa. N.
Ala agents and peddlers would dud It to their inter
est to answer the above. nprl7.lm
Ad EN 'WANTED.
• • -
O sell the great Ameritan Puzzles, thb cheapest
and most wonderful Pnizles of life age. Agents
can readily make from $lO to $2O per day. I will give
any agent $lOO if ho will sell 00,000. Send 30 cents fur
sett of Puzzles. All orders sent by mail free.
PHILIP HILL, Importer of Fancy GaAs, 259
Market St, Philadelphia,Pa.
64 - Lad! es' Needle Bok,contilning 100 of tbb hest
Needles. Sent by mail on receipt of SO cents.-17aprlm
W ANTED, AG' N
ETS—VS to $2OO PERMONTH
for Gentlemen, and to $75 for Ladled, every
where' to Introduce the COmtion Sense Family Sew
ing-Machine, improved and perfected. It hem,
fell, stitch, quilt, bind, braid and erfibiolder beau
tifully. Price only $2O, making the elastfc lock
stitch., and fully warranted for three years. 'We pay
the above Wages, or a commission, from 3vhich twice
amount can be made. Address or call en C.
BOWERS 6*. CO., °dice, No. 255 S. Fifth at. I'hlta
delphia, a. 6w All letters answered promptly,
with circulars and tents, apr3.sw.
,11AM:r.,1.8§ttt8 at,sloo . Pei Month.
to We *ant tellable agents [none other,) male and
female to Case tha CXCiIIeSIVC agency In evely county
and township in the U. S. to sell the rtnitograph
Fatally Record, a work which every family will•buy.
It is bound like an album but has a printed blank
page opposite each photograph, for a complete record
of the Husband, Wife and each child of a family, also
containing marriage certificate ' and pages.for military
:history or any member of the family. Prdthilig like
it eveb published and no waft that agents can sell so
readily. Old canvassers and others should send for
circulars and terms. It is necessary to have copies of
, the work to cant-ass with ; price by express $2 50,
$3 50 and $7 00 [three styles] ; money may be sent by
mail. liatne the townships wanted. Address '
BA RTLESON & CO.,
611 Chestnut st. PhiladelpWa
TAKE NO T TICE.
on the nZe n d i g i the e n u m b o se u ri n
rrb e h re v t com certain to mber
of which we are ignorant,) have been issued against
the township of heating, tills is to notify all persona
that no such Bond is valid except ono:of One Hun•
drod and Twenty-tiVe Dollars, drawn to John S.
Blackman, bearing date July 29, 1354.
G. C. LEWIS, Snpervisors
HENRY 'HARRIS, S
Renting,March 20, 1506.
T riEcoNF l ussioNs:A. - s. rEttiE l / 4 ... bt — Or
Published' for the benefit and as a Caution to Young
Men and others, who suffer from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying at the
same time the means of Self-Cure. By ono who has
cured himself after undergoing considerable quackery
By enclosing a post-paid addressed enVoinpe, single
copies, free of charge ' may be had of the author.
• I NATBANIED MAYFAIB.
Iysp,Tyso Brooklyn, Rings Co . ; N. Y.:
• if You Want
TO purchase Cotton Goods, go to
NGLISFI TOM, was imp
gust 1865, was !sired b
tallion, land his Dam was
Mare. Ile is considered on
ever in thin vicinity.
TOM Is 8 years old-18 hn
Geier, drirk bay—black Man
Ho will be for service at
places, beginning April 29 :
Osvrayo, At the Stasa Farm
rtak.mond Corners, •
'berms: Single Bel vice, $
Roth $4 • to iusUre, $5. Pe
before foaling will be held
the horal. R. LANG
Allegany, Pa., March 27,),
VTANTED ! -Aleuts, Male, and Female at $75 to
$l5O per month to sell the Celebrated
COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
This Machine will do all kinds of work equal to the
Well priced Machines,•aud is the only practical and
reliable Cheap Sewing Machine in the world. Send
for descriptive Circulars. Address—
SECOMB & CO.,
111., or Cleveland, Qhio.
THE ,SALENIL LEG.
Under the Patronage of the United '.Statee Govern
ment. Models of Ulla superior leg may be seen at the
Agency of the SALEM LEG COMPANY, No. 33
South SEVENTH Street, Philadelphia.
Call and see thorn, or send fora c&ettlar containing
full information. 1 !Apr. .-Im.
TEN EPARTIVIENTS FULL
from 15 to
I I A L" kr Ck ASSORT:ITENT OF CLOTIIINd.
GOOD SUITS FROM $l5 to $
Orec' e]ry 'Department,
Flour, Feed, and Pork. Goo :I Sugar fur 121 Cents. The best Flour intotii)
%under the market, at wholesale and retail.
- , ,
Call rinA see us before purchasing elsewhere, if for .nothing more than to get postai
,up. We challenge am
y country store to beat us as to quality and price. I
i I '
• I 1 II ' C. H. SIIIVIEVIONS - .i
willsviiib, N.. T., g ; archl 7, 1865..
.P' . ..A, / .8Tt1.,.8,1iN5....4.. , c0,
• : , -... : . •
Headquartersfor bargains 1
giegant Seasonable Dress GOOdb
Dii,6Bg'th).o.,.Clo - ak !Ikti,.miriiiiiZ,.4
nrted from Canada in A u
t. a full-blooded English
a full blooded Canadian
of the beet stock horses
. I nds high—weighsl2so l l i bs
C) following times and
Mondays, 10 A. M
Tuesdays, 10 A. M
Fridays, 10 A. M
Saturdays,lo A. ltd.
, paid down ; for tho sea
sons porting with mares
o Pay for the service of
ON, for ]fr. Davidson.
1566 ' fin,
ARRIVAL OF &NOR to*DS
+ 1 I
Laines for 20 to 25 Cents,
.c, Cocheco, Providence, and other good Prints,
heiiting froin lo to 25 Cents. ,
eeds from 35 to 45 Cents:
Good T ,
!Skirtings for - 25 Centel
king from 25 to 41 resits.
A NICE ASIORTMEt Cit" ,
ES VERY LOW
Joi)beis supplied' at Neli YorksWholeale PriCes%
on!, PUDIIOO II
THE CORNER STOIIE TULL I
. .. _
1 7 , -1 • „fp ,
i t '
n, * ;. :1, '
,i 1 .1 . L i . 1
MAMMOTH STOCK OF
C,COt 4 M, aro .1-I.,trzofera4
opriltors of the POPULAR CORNER STORE isr4
ed to supply this market with the best quality► lat
IS, HATS & CAPS, HARDWARE, DRUGS, PitHTS,
OILS, VARNISHES, AND. PATENT MEDICINES.
LOUR, FEED & PROVISIONS
P. A. STEBBINS & Ica•