The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, July 24, 1866, Image 3

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SPECIAL. NOTICES:
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TO INVALIDS
..iciergy hile:realding Su South America as
fuuarp.disco , '. - ered a eafe and - simple remedy
fic r -- the Cure bf ."Ner vocia Weaknees, Early
Diseases of the Urinary and deminal Organs.
w ant ;vb.'!" train of dbiord ere brought 0u by bate:
r u t end vicidne bahiflc lireat nurebere 'o l eo b,..; ar i
a l re ady cured by tide noble remedy. Prompted by
& Are to benefit the afflicted and uufortunale,l_ will
fend the recipe foriprepariug and nefug this inedi tine,
h ie eealcd'euvelo,in,:to any one who . neede it. Face
el CaLitat. !'lease include a poet•paid tnielope,
e ddreeeed to ,14..11 Address,
I JOSEPH. T. I.SMAN,
Station I), 13;Ne House,.
Now York City.
m seNly [ op)
ERRORS OF YOUIL'III.
A Gentleman 14110 entTered for yearn from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of
youthful inditwreston, will, for the sate of
eulYrriug
ism/many, md tree to all who need it, the recipe
end directions for. making the simple remedy by
which be was cured. Surferure wishing to'profit by
tbs advertisers eiperieuce, can
J OLIN, do nu by addrc
DEN, ,ealug
Ivo_B. OG
la Chambers St., 'New York.—llyjkS
Lyon's Periodical Drop 3
re Great Female Rein di ter Irreg . =
nix', Wes. '1 heredrupe are a ecieutilically
pounded fluid preparation, and better than any !rills,
Powders or Nostrums. Being liquid, their amide Is
direct and twisitiVe, rendering theta a reliable, speedy
and` certain specific fur the cure ef all obetructienised
suppresdons 01-nature. Their pop:II:at - BY id indicated
by the fact thaf6ver 100,000 'tiles are u.intialle
sold
and consumed 4 the ladled of the United States.
every one of %claim epeak in the
. etroue:est teria; of
pralso of their )deat merits. They are .aphily
tins place o every other. Female Retried; , , and are con
Minced by all who know aught at them, es the
safest, ant most Infallible preparation in the world:
for the cure of nil Female chot Mints, the removal of
all obstructions of tritons; and the prmintion of health
regularity and strength. Esplicit rtireetions, lati”g
when they may he used,andaplaining when and wily
they should not,lnor could not he use - 3 without pro_
doctor effectd oar:it - 111 - y to naterrs'ehose a laws; will
be found carefully folded around each bottle, with
written signature ufJUILN L. LYON, Witimut Which
none are genuine.
Prepared by Dr. JOFIN L. LYON, 141.3 .Chapel
Street. New H ‘:ven, Coon., who can be casette,:
either perionallY or by (enclosing stamp.) con
'Corning all priVate diseased and female weakueeers.
Bold by Druggiete everywhere . . .I'rice d 1.50 pr But.
I G. CLARK. S. Co.,
lysp GeneralAgte tot Cited e s tates and Canada
STRANGE, 11 - ICT TRUE.,
Every young lady, and gentleman in the
States canbear something much to their advantage
by return mail )(free of charge,') by addressing the
undersigned. Those who have fears of being hum bored will oblige by ,not noticing this card. All
ether/ will please address their obedient eereant,
F. CIiAPMAN,
831 Broadway., New York.-11:6jyS.
'TO CONSILI3IP FIVES.
The adrertie6i' having heel. rd,turtiil to liealth in
for.weets by d Very simple ruined after haying''
suffered for several roars with a severe lung affection,
and that dread disease, CUlt4111111)0011—is anxious to i
make ,ktu,wit tc.) l, his fellow-sufferers the means
Lure.
To all who desire it, he will =end a copy or the pre
aeriPtion used (free of eharge), With the directions
.for preparing add using the saute, which they will
find a SURE [CUR.I3; fur Coi.umpttofl.
Broad:lett tliouttlia, Cultic, and .:1 and Lunf
Affections. The only olden: of tht advertiser in
sending the Pr'escripzion . is to beilviit the afflicted, i
and spread infeinuation which cdreeeireN tor, in-,
yileable, and he hopes every sufferer will Uy
remedy, el 6 it will cost them nothing, and may, prat e
blessing.
Parties wishing the preserip:ion FREE by rut ufn
will pleaaC address
• • itcy. EDWARD A. WILSON:,
Willlainsbncgb, Kings Co., New
LOVE , AND! .11.11TRIJION 11 , •
Ladies and gdritlemen, if you wish to tfutrry,
ad
dressthe undtqeigned, who wi11.;...nd you, without
Money and without price, valnaltle; ilifirunition that .
trill enable youito marry happ,ly I.nd speedily, irre
iptrative tit age,' wealth, or brouty - .I This informal:on
will coat you nething, and if you ,ri.ll to marry, I will
cheerfully tothis't you. Ali lei tare etrietly confidential
The desired ineJrniatiou amt by return until, and no
'reward asked. 'Addre s s
SAR ATI 13. L A.M.TIERT.
• 3na.ertmno2. Greenvoint, King:
TILE CONFESSION - : Als7l)
.1)T
I'mbllshed flm the benelit and ss a Caution to Young
Yea and others, who ... , urfer from Nervous Del,irity,
Vremature thhiay Of Manhood, the
~Ame time the.meang or S-if-Cure. By t i n e who h a s
cured himsel f after undergiting eonvi&rable quackery
enclosing Mpoet-Mdd ad.-ire:4 , 4 envelope, single
toi , lee, free of 4lharae, may be had of the author.
.I.s.IATILISIEI, MAYFAIR,
13'40'3 , 30 • I Brooklyn, Kingi, , Co., N..y.
Manhood; how Lost. h ow Restored
T UST publisbed, a new edition of Pr Cf."I..VEN-
U WELL'S Celebrated Ed -ay on the rad:ea! cure
(without mediOne) of Spermatoerho-a,
or temiuui
IvraktraSS, Involuntary. Setairril Lot es, Impotency,
'Mental and 11hySical Incapacity Impedimenta to
Marriage, etc.;lalso, Con4umption, Epiierov, :it'd Fits,
ine.ured by self-itoitil;orice or sexual extrvazauce.
la' Price, iit"a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
Too celebraled author in this ailsoirahleslissay
(dearly demonsirated, from a thirty years' Ssucciessful
practice, that the alarming consequencee of self-abuse
may be radically cured without the dangerous u.e of
internal meidielne or the application of the knifc
pointing out al mode of cure at once simple. curtain,
hod effe,:tusi, by means of which every sufferer, nu
matter what the Condition Ina i; be, may cure himself
cheaply, privately, and radically.
MN" This Lecture should be . in the hands of every
youth and every man in the d.
Bent . , un•le,r so‘l, in a plain envelope. to any aillre.a,
post paid, ooc,,ceipt of six cease, or two 110e1 stamps.
Addres. the publishers,
CU-A.S.:T. C. KLINE & CO.
127 lloa - ery, New Tort. let Office iwit
REASONSt
WHY THE II
efingßiCAN WATCH
.6de fat WM.THAM, MASS.
1 ,
h IS "1:BlE BEST. ~
It i l s made on,t e laclst principles. Its frame
is cot et/SOLID PLATES, NO jar can
interfere wit .theharmony of its working and
no siidlen,ishock can 1 damage its tnachinely.
Every pie& is made and finished by machinery
(itself cATEIOUS for is novelty, as well as for
its eifectiveness) and is therefore prerly
map. The watch is what all mechanism,
r N uld he r -ACCURATE, SIMPLE, STRONG)
ire ail kind of Gibac.e, Tar. Sc., from D) ECONOMICAL. Except some high l '
CLOTH, without stath, m.d cleans KU), a
radon top costly I - 0 general use, foreign)
ihout marring thern. Sent post paid 7,
i bottle. 100 bottles t's. Sq'h olt i,,, :15, watches are chiefly made by women and boys:'
D. IL PINGREI7 i SucY, watches are cornpos.edofseveral hundred I
liarri-bure, Penna. ! piece ~s, sciewed and riveted together, and re I
.
INGIIA3I , ESTATE./
r notice, the Office of the/Estate in (plire! constant repairs to keep them in any
kind 'of order. All . Persous who have carried
rt will be open on:). during Court "aucres," "lepines ' and "English Patent
',eh time hir. I.asworth / Will be there.
e of
Levers," are pQrfectl well aware of the truth
in Smeihp.rt daring the weeks uf
thig statement., ; r )
!tern County. /
io t hre business wit
.the Edate are Sc- 1 ''Ate the; beginning of our enterprise ; mote
. j
han 'ten; years ago , it was our first object to'
Itiaine n :s . all t i ' r ° e ' ssediu tile Mice at Weilhl t I i -
promptly atiFtr •rrd. , make a thoroughly good low-priced watch for,
4 4 .4 4
Wit.LIAII E.. CLIV.Eit. ' the million, to take the place of these foreign. I
--- 7 impeisitttMs—the refuse of "foreign factories- ;
, 1 which were entirely bnsaleable at borne and I
perfectly , worthless everywhere. 1 I )
How well we have accomplished this milli'
be•fiaderstood from; the fact, that after so
~ ,
=lnv years of public trial, we now make MORE
TILiN HALF OF ALL THE WATCHES SOliD
IN THE 'UNITED STATES,and that no Otheis
have ever given such Universal satisfaction.
White this department our business is con+ 1
tinu d wish. increased facilities for perfect
work, we are at presedt engaged in the man;
ufaciure of watches of the very HIGHEST
GRADE KNOWN TO CHRONOMETRY, unt
equalled by anything hitherto 'made by our+
selVes, and unsurpassed by anything made in
the 'world. Fo'r this purpose we have thi
amplest facilitieS. We have erected an additicth
to our main buildings expresslyfor this branch
of our buiiness, and have filled it with the
best; workmen in opi service. ' New machines
and' appliances have been donstrutted, Which
perform their work With constirdate delicacy
and' exactness. The choicest - and most ap,-
proved 'materials only are used and we that;
lenge comparison between this grade of otir
work and the finest imported chronometers.
We' do not pretend' to sell oar watches for
les: money than foreign watches, but we do
assert without fear of contradiction that fcir
the some 'plants/ our' roduct is incomparably
superior., All our watches,of whatever grade
are; fulllv warranted and his warrantee is good
)
at all times against US or our agents in all
parts of the world.' ' • .
CAUTION.—The public are cautioned to
buy only of respectable dealers. All persons
selling counterfeits will be prosecute&
ROBBINS & APPLETON,
)
AGENTS :FOR THE AUERICAN WATCH COMFANT,
A.14/51111 182 BROAD,WAY, N.l.
. •
I -
$ 9 .'"Nioiltb I—_-‘GENrs
ur entirely' new urticies. Aildre . i - s
U. T. t.;.114. E. V. City Bolitilui.l.l:ddpfkirti. Maine.
Dec. d,lstia . iswly. -
TS ELECTROLEUM !
PINGRE
IT will reini
.the finest
GLOVES
for SO rents pe '
Ad dram;,
alyLina3
TTntil funb,
U Coudera
%weeks; at a . nl
Ile-will also
Cana in
Persons oo
ctteotod to m
• Letters on
"born:, will h
May 1, 118,
ANT TO FARMERS!
IMPOR
Per Cent Saved
8Y p
(:',ASIIVO. YOUR fl_i3
RAIN TOOLS AT TIM'
AR7) d
RIVER STORE OF
STEBBINS & CO.
P. A.
CoCri and Lime.
The ndersigned desires 1.9 inferm the citi
zens of Cobdersport and vicinity that he is pre
to furnish I.
CO 4Land_LIME
tt fair prices. Keeps a Stock, on hand, co ~
eta rttlY•i S. IL STORKS.
EMPORIUM, P July L , •
CotbERSPORT PRICE P.IIRENT.
. itepnrted every Tuidaylbr -
M i d 42L. miteic,)ol.3ixes ,* #V4=.*
1 L
'•, Dealers I lti Groceries ani ; 3:Prnvlsions; •
. . ~
I I Coudersnoiv.
Apple, treec par bushel i ; :$ 50to 100
. . dried, .' j 200 100
Reana,.l ; r ~ 12. 00 250
13 taws', fel . :l, i :' ' '0 35
• '", 10 12
i
Berries, dried, periquert; '; ,I. • 35 35
Bucelvtie,t, pi.r,Liiii,liel;ls 85
BJek.w,beat Flo r; ' •;j . 254 300
13utter, per lb., 1 ~ 1 , 3O
Clieree, ',',l ,
1
15' 20
Cluverseed,. ' i ' 850 900
Coro, per bushel, 100 128
Corn meal, per iivi.:, , 250 300
Ea' , ge, I,o' dozen •;, 15
Flour, extra, .Iper hairy!. ' 14 00 16 00
" ,e,upertipei. '. /u 00 12 00
Hams, per lb.;•1 22 20
. „
Hay, per ton, •!1 800 10 00
Iluu,y, per lb., II i .1 15 20
Lard, I 11 ,
f i . 20
hinple! Sugar, par Ili.; • 15 18
. .
Gate, per:bugle', , : 'l5, 80
Onions, 1 .. d 1 i ' 100 100
Yo r k,' per bbl .1 i • • ' 5OO 28 IS
Ih• ' " lb , ! , 15 15
, in *hole 1 - 0?4, per lb.; ' lo 25
Potatoes, per bushel, 1 ' . 5 100
P e .,eliese.o
, tiripei lb.; i 0 55
Potittry, per lb.'', . 10 15
Rye, perbligiel,• . iOO 150
Bali, per i bbl. 1 ; 415 500
"1 'sact',l 15 20
, .
I Timothy; Sei•di' ; ' - 450 550
,ITriiiii, per half ibbl., I 800 900
I Whem, Per blietlei, . I 200 250
i While Fish. pel bait bbl., ~„ 800 900
1 ,f
TRANSFORMATION !
The superstitions of antiquity are ,on )y food
.1 '
for hitighter''!iit the prevent day, andi yet this
is ania to of ! 1 • !
• I
I '.l.\ ii.RAPLES ,
accomp. islied: with the. aid of science. For
exordia : grey, sandy or red hair is"
.
j
hanged In laltionient,
to the +chest conceivatile black or brown, by
a simple application of; 1 1
risiscadoro's l Hair Dye,
Maeufaictured by J. C ASTADO.II6, 6 Astor
Houge, !New !Vork. Sod by Druggists. ..kp
i'
pliedbi - ail Hair Dress rs. [June 19.
—"-
itfirsintEitst tinutirsiaxas t:
Di.. 1.1,40. tiotrz' Cerrolia, thejgreatest stimulblor
in the 7.Orni, force W,hiske . ,s or Mustaches to
growionitbe snloothe,t facri;ur chtu ; Dero•lttidtvn t o
fail !sample for trial 'sent free to any one desirous of
iestir4 Acltlresßczyns 5; Co. 7S Nassau
•
C.O
,lera, larrhpea, Dysentery.
A ciire is Warranted!, by Da. TOBIAS' eel- i
ebra e 4 VENITIA.N!LMMENT, if used when
first taken by persons cif temperate habits.-- i
This medicine has beet known in the Baited
State Slaver 20 yeara. 'housands have used l,
it, aid found it never failed.to curb an'y dont- 'I
plair.t ior which it Was recommended, and all
thos'e Aho first tried it,i are no* never with
out it. I In the Choleraof 13-18, Dr. Tobias at
tended -10 Cases and lost 3, being called hi too
lateltol do any good. 1
DIRIXTIONS.—Tak I e t tbasboon11:1! ih a
wini:.-dlassqof water ev e ry half hour for two
hours, landirub the abdomen'and extremities
well wr r ith the Liniment. To allay the thirst
takd a Amp of ice in !the month, about the
size, ofla ruhible every ten minutes. It is war-1
rantedipertet:tly innocent to take internal/v.l
Sold Iv all Drite.g,ists, I price 40 and SO c nt.
13. - Tpt.l" 56 t'oortlandt . St.. New York—l: mrli
f
A Sinble Jaox of - BRANDRETH'S PILLS!
~
coutai'us More vegetable, extractive matter 1
than t l ivt,et - boxes f 'Lay i pills in the World
' beside? ; ';fifty-five'hundred phYsibians use
them in theirl
, practice to the exclusion of bther
purgative. 4. The first letter of their tallie!
is yetiscarcely appreciated. When they are'
better e l known, sudden! death and continued
sickn i ss will be of the
,pakt. Let those who
knOw them apeak right out in their favor. It'
is ad ty which will siive 'life. '
r li
' Ou race is subject 4 iiredundancr of Vitt- i
ated i i/e' nt, tibia, season, and it is as dangerous
as it i • prevalent butßran &nth's Pills afford',
an : invi!lnabi l le and efficient protection, Ity 1
their - Occasional use We prevent the collection ;
o 1 thdse imphritieSsufficient which, when in sucient 1
q ban ti tVeS, :iuse So o conch danger to the/body's
health. !They I soon !cure Liver CoMplaint,!
Dyspepsia, Losi of Sppetite,Pain tin the Head.
Ileart•BurL, Pain in the Breast 11 , Sne, Sudden
Fa!ntiless !Ind Costiveness. Sold by all re- I
syectable dealers in :Nledicine. mylsnal I
I
BOSTON -CLOTHING HOUSE
eabscribei respectfully informs the citizens of
1 Coudersport nod the public in general, that he
lins opened a
BEAD Y MADE
CLOTHING STOII.E,
glut TT'S BLOCR.
• WELLSVILLE
ALLEGANY , CtJ.,
!
Olio door below
ASDERSON)j - DOOLITTLE'S
HARD WARE AT E,
Wllprowat be found at all Unite; a Complete -4..srort
metit, and latest etyles of
CLOTHISG,
FIATS;
CAN,
rumistllNG GOODS,
TRUNK,S SC,
Ont'motto
Cheat) Quick S a les,
for Cann,
Shall Profits, But One'Price,
tew Goods received every Nceck t
Call and exaadne our Goods and Prices before going
d:seahei - e.
- -
Jeno 79; —3rri
Or" Is your life insured ? Are you in
sured against accidents ? Are your buildings
insured against destruction by fire? If not,
act tee part of prudence and call at the Jorn-
NA Office agency and secure policies.
,
!! (We adrertise hi the rano, JouriNAL.l
ANDERSON & DOOLITTLE,
I
NO. 5, GII:LhTt'S BLOOIi, NEAT DOOR
TO THE BOSTON CLOTHING HOCSEr
, .
Wellecille,r N. Y.
A AE reCrlClng a complete assortment /
• /
HELP AND HEAVY
HARDW RE,
HOUSE TRIMMINGS ;
/JOINERS' TOOLS,
Blacksmith's Tools and Stock,
PLATBD 7 WARE,
/Table and POcket Cutlery,
Ihr‘IEELER & MADDEtt'S
Mill; Circular, Cross-Cut, arid
Mule) , SawS.
Rubber and Leaiher Belting,
Hemp and Rubber Packing.
IRON, NAILS, STEEL, GLASS,
1 ,3 '..A..X1\7 7 1".13 and GPXI-1031
aaaczi 3Ercrfrvii-sr.
Turpentine' and Va.ruishes.
Carriage Trimmings, Saddlery
Hardware, Hul?s, Spokes,
Felloes, &G
ST OVES,
TIIV,
SHEET IR 0.3;
A YD
crOPReR- WARE.
Of all kinds execnteci in lite tbst manner, on reason-
able terms. Our stock comprises everything-, in
our line, bas been bought for CIALOSaar, _at
LOW, FIGtRES,and we are not to be undersold.
Dealers supplied at Nair York ;Jobbers:
Prices.
L. E. ANDERSON; A. L. DOOLITTLE
Wellsville, N. I T., Juno lil t 18i18-3 mos
har
-1794. fered, 1./94.
INSURANCE COMPANY
Nt7Ti3 AMERICA;
PHILADELPHIA.
Oldest Insurance Company in America
Cash Capital and SUrigus, bver
$1,750,000.000.
SEVENTY-ONE Years Successful Eusiness
Experience, with a repritctiron for integrity
and honorable, dealing unsurpassed by any
similar institution.
LOSSES PAID since organization, 517.-
r 300,000.0 03 isith3nt the deduction cf a cent,
or a day's dela:7 !
LIBERAL RATES for aft {.116 safer classes I
of property. Insurance Of. Dwellings and,
Contents, a srecialty z ,/
BRICK or STONE - DwellifigB insured, per
petually, if desired, on terms of the greatest
economy and safety to the insured./
It is Wisdom and Economy to bisnre in the
best Compariie, and there is none bitter than
the old Insutadice CO. of Mirth
America. , /
Ap'ply to M. W.tIftriLARNET
Agent foi Potter county.
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The Proprietors of gra POPULAR CORNER STORE are
determined to' supply this market with the best, quality of
DRY-GOODS, HATS & CAPS, HARDWARE, DRUGS,
OILS, VARNISHES, AND PATENT MEDICINES;
FLouit,'FFAED & pfloy - issONt
0. A. STEBBINS & CO;
I _Stay, 22;1866
COUDERSPORI AND SHIPPEN
STAGE ROUTE.
GLASSMIRE 8:- WHITE'S daily line
of Stages will leave Coudersport, until further
notice. S o'clock in the moreing,.arriving in Ship-
pen' al;out 4o'clock in th:s tiftcrnoon, and will Tease
Bhippen on the arrival of the morning train, at 10• CO,
arriving in Coudersport abCut .5 o'clock, P. M, • -
TraVelers are refered to the Tinie•Table. cf 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 litesengerawill
SAYE 30 MILES ',RAVEL AND 5 HOURS TIME
by taking this route.in preference to that of the Erie
Railway. NO CHANGE OF CARS SETWEEN
SIIIPFN AND NEW Yonx. Fine, new, com•
fortable wagons and good team. are kept on the Stage
Route. Packages and Exprves bus!ne.s attendeeto
with care. ! D. F. GLASSM IRE,
EM=fAVE
Conders
•
. '
. Administratrix , Notice.
'NVIIEIIiA - i i •t. I
Esite oii. e g. l9 S. f Pt in a, i' lfte "° o n f ST,a t rO ' n e
township, deceased, hare ht%., granted to the under
sicned. all person§ indebted to 'said estate are re
czeosted to make itnrnediate payment. and those bar.
ILL; juWciattus aoninst the f.:1710 should present them,
duly nuilvmtteat'ed for Aettierneut. to
June 4,1566. RACIIEL SPARKS,AdMi.
An Inventlon of Rare Itieritt
METAL TOP
, As\ LET A L
LAMP; CHIMNEY )
; THAT Will. NOT BREAK
- BY BEAT,•
Burns up all gas `and smoke,
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never, breaks by putting on e
a h• shade ; short, and not toP
l.s , heavy; is easily cleaned by
~. iemovlng top; . in fact, the
most perfectchimneyoey known
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' . others where it has been in
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'HO, YE VUNGRYI
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EAT, EATi RESH ]EAT! !
MBE undersigned wishes to inform the_ citizens of
1 Coudersport and vicinity that 'he I:ms opened a
Meat Market in this llasetnentof Olassraire's Store
where he is prepared to ,rufnish at all times, Freah'
Beef, 'Mutton Veal, and all, 6ther, meats in their
,
Beason.. - N.J. MILLS, Tr,
April 24, '651---tr. I. .
Auditor's Notice.
MILE undersigned Auditor appoieted )ay the Court
1 of the County of rot ter,.to distribute money in
he hands of the .Administrator of the Estate Wtu.
,Nelebn Howe, late of Bingham township. dec'd, to
, fLnd amongst those legally ent i fled thereto,wiii meet
all part Jes ietereeted, at tie Itcgister's Otqce, in the
Oorough of Coudersport, co Wednesday, theXath day
of August 1556, at 2 o'clock to attend to thb du
tettk of - 4.ad appointment. DAN BARER, Auditor.
Co lid ereport, July 3,
.
Audito - r 9 s - Notice; •
THE nod raigned Auditor appolnted §p the Court
of fEe Catoty of Potter, to di tribbte money In
the hands ot the Aidministrator of the Egate of A.
Corey,late of 1,3y5...ca tortmehip, dee'd,ro and amonvt
ihore icgalty entalrd thereto, tneet all parties in
rerested, at the Itegieter'e Otrace in the Borough of
Coudersport, on NVeduesday, the ii)th day of August
1.5.66, at 2 o'clock et 31..t0 attend to the duties of said
appointment.. SPAN BARER, 'Auditoi . .
Coudersport, July 3,1%6..
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Auditor"s Notice.
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TilEilliderSigned Auditor appointed by th , 3 Pour:
• of the Counts' of Potter, to distributri money
the hands of the 3dinini9trator of.the Estate or N.
Behoomakerlate of the Borough of Coudersport,deed
to and aniong4t thoie legally entitled thereto, wall
ineet all parties interested. at the eters ?Alice ,in
the Borough of Coudersport on Wednesday, thi s laitli
4ny of Angus?, 1368,at ?o'clock to attend the
duties of said appoiet resat. Dal; BASER, ditor.
Coudenikurt, Jo t. 3 , 1.3f.3.
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mars for:Bao,..oai.4.Tsl
SPRING STYLES
Bannet' . :'Slo.6.
Woniti respectfully infOrm the citizens of Pot-'
ter county VILA he is receiving, weekly, frond
New York supplies of
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
HATS;
CAPS, .
HARDWARE,
PROVISIONgi
EAIITHEN an I CHINA=WARE, &c:i 15,6";
He is determined
l I JOT TO BE UNI3ER§OLO:
Highest Market Price Paid for : Shingles and all
kinds of Country Produc:e.
Feeling thaiikful for past favors i he lio'es by
honest and feir dealing to nierlt
of the Same.
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CALL AND TRY THE,PRICESI
.
HENRY HARPEIC
sac• swrpt:mixd"
Watches, _
Fine Gold Jewelry; •
Solid Silver; Ware:
and :'cipnrior SILVER PLATED WAR.i, at 13.-
dt:teed Prices.—March 20,1866 3mostw
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS!'
:What the PeopleAratiqkj
STANDARD HISTORY of the WAR
Complete in one very large volume Of over 10uu paget .
Splendidly Illustrated with oren 150 Pine _rlt;r:
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In the select:fon of matter. for.thls
. gtiat work thsi
anthet has confined himself strictly to official data ds.:
rived from the reports •ef Northern and Sontheref
Generals.the'report of the Cotbmittes on the conduct
of the 'tar, National and Rebel ffrch:ves,
lic has carefully avoided .the: introd.mtion not
matter not strictly, reliable and .official, and has Plc;
seeded in,prodocinfr. •what is universally der:fM.ded a
fir and irap;lrtial ilistat of the War- 713 e
,groat;
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satiafatiiia than any other History 51.,-d.
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Ju5Ml. No. 507 Minor Street, Pht,,,eloh.al ra
6000 -
AGENTS "IrantPd, to,D
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SAMUEL JOHNSTON,
BOOTS;
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