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TTOW OFTLX WK liKAlt TIIIS EXPRESS
XX in from pcraena reading adveiiiseineiita of
relent Medicine*, and in nue cases out of ten the}
may t>e tight. It i* over 19 years since I introduced
mj m-dicine. the VSSITIAM LIXIMKXT. to the public
1 had no money to advertise it, BO 1 Eft it for sale
-with a few druififUt* and storekeeper!! through a
•mall section of tne country, many taking it with re
laetance, but 1 told them "to let any one have it, and
If it did not do all 1 stated <>n my pamphlet, n ore
• ••d pav forit. In some stores two or three bottles
were taken on trial by ]>e- sons present. I was, by
man* thought crazy, and th it would be the last the\
would see of me. Hut I knew my medicine was in.
harnbug. Ia about two months I began to receive
.rdrs for more Liniment,some cal ingit my vnlunbh
Liniment, wlio had refused to sign a receipt when 1
left it at their store. Xnw my aales are millions o
tattles yearly, and all for cash. I warrant it superio:
to any other medicine for the cure of Croup, I)iar
rhas*, Dysentery, Colic. Vomiting. Spasms, and Sea
•iaknesa, as an internal remedy. It is perfectly inno
aeot to t .ke internally, see oatli accompanying each,
tattle, —and externally for Chronic Rheumatism,
Haadache, Mumps, Fro ted Fort, Bruises. Sprnii s.
Old Sores, Swellings, Sore Throats, Ac., Ac. Sold
by all the Druggists. D pot, 50 Cortlandt St.cot
Is aw York.
• Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
IB a soothing expectorant, prepared to meet the
urgent need of a safe and reliable cure for diseases
•f the throat and lungs. A trial of many years ha*
established the fact, that it is more eliicacious b
pal.nonary affections, that any other remedy. It*
efficacy I as now income so generaly known, mat i
la justly regaided in ni my countries n a medicine oi
lndispeasnitle necessity. In Croat B.itaiu, France
and Germany, where medicalacience has reached its
highest perfect on, it is prescribed in Com*. stic prac
tlae, ana constantly used in tile armies, in ho pit.il*
and other public iustitut tins, where it is regarded l>\
the attending physicians as the no>*t *peedy and
•greralile remedy that can lie employed. Scarcely
any neighborhooil can he found where well known
•••< of diseased lungs which had battled the effort*
f the mo t sk l.ful and experienced do t >rs, have not
W-eii permanent y cured by i'. These r sun* are the
most convincing proofs of thesuperior curative prop
•rtiea o.' this preparation ; a <1 to fieni the author*
joint with peculiar antisf at ion. While it is most
pwwrrfu! against confirmed diseases, it is extremely
gentle as a medicine in infa ey and youth' being
quite harmless t even the youngest, win a adinitii*
tsre.l jad ciously.
This health restorer accomplishes even more l.y
pretention than cu o. If tasen in seas n, it heals ail
irritations of the throat and lungs; whether arising
from Colds oi (.loughs. • r from other causes, and thus
prevent that long train of put.fill and incurable di*
e.tses, which would a ise from the neglect of them
Hence no family should be without it. Influenza,
Croup, Hoarseness Whooping Cough; Pleutisy, In
eipieut Consumption, and other aflVcti >ns of the
breathing organs, give way before this pre eminent
combination of medical virtues
Prepared by l>a. ,1. C. AVER A Co., Lowell
Mel., anu sold by all Druggists and dealers in med
ial tics everywhere.
Ladies of Delicate Constitution
And uncertain heaitli are strenuously advised to
throw a ide the nauseous and use-less preparation*
with which tlniy are accustomed to .trug themselves,
•ad ted tin* bygeian, Imdy-and
virtues of H'GSTETTEU'3 STOMA! II BIT
TERS. In all the complaints and disabilities
arising ftoni various causes, they will find this cheer
Itig, refreshing and invigorating preparation of *-x; a
ordlnirr efficacy. Its regulatidg pr petlies are won
derful, and as a remedy for the languor, nausea, tre
mor* cmvulsi >ns, hysteria, Ac , wli e!i otion accom
pany the development of worn niliood, it litis no equal
among the prescriptions of the faculty or advert *e<!
Medicines. Fo. tiie many distressing feelings which
uther in a.< 1 often follow the period of maternity,
and also for the painful and da. gerons symp'om*
which some tint. accotnp my "clianae of life,'' 11 OS
TKTTEK'3 BITTERS nrc earnestly recommended.
No otiier restorative seems t*> suit *o well the consti
tutions and I lie organization of tiie feebler sex. It.
all ca-es of Female I) b lity, where there is want ot
brisk vital action, the BITTERS pioducc a lno-d im
porta .t change—relieving local weakness, and re
•stabbshinw the general health.
Allcotk's Porous I'IISUTX.
* New York, Xov. 23, 18.19.
T. AIi.COCX A Go. —Gentleman ; I lately suffered
ssverely from a weakness ir illy back. Having heard
your plaiers niucli recommend d for cures of this
kind, 1 procured one, and the result was al! I could
dsiiro A single plaster cured me ill a week.
J. G. BRIGG3. Proprietor of the Brandreth llousc.
CUUECFCRI K IN TIIE BACK AXI> LUMBAGO.
Lyons, X. Y., July 4, 1862
MESSRS AILCOCX ACO L'lease scud me a dollar's
Worth of your plasters They In e cured me of a
criek in my back, which lias troubled me for some
time, and now inv father is g- tug totrvtliem fo:
difficulty about his Ilea.t. L ,H SHERWOOD.
Dr. Green, No. 863 Broadway. New York, inform*
u he -old, on Monday, June 22 I, 1862, two plasters
to a young woman suffering wry severely from him
bafo. On 1 hursday she called to get two more for a
frisnd, sod then stated how the two she li'd j>ur
chased on Monday had relieved hr immediately
after jititting tiieni on, and CURED iier IS TWO utvs
of a mo t disagreeable pain in her back and lo:nn.
Hold by all Druggists
J)n you w'sh to have your hair cauterized from the
scalp? Then beware of the nor brood of Vitriolic
and Ctniistie Dye* got up by iiostrum-niongers, win
bear the same relation to the re*ponsit>le Chemist that
Pirates and Privateers
bear to h'>n*t merchantman. Remember tlint the
•tjvrience <>f y.-urs, and the very highest scientific
endorsements, guarantee the superiority of
cms TAD OR OS IIAIR DYE,
over every ot it rin use. It is purely vegetable, in
fallible an i instaiitaneou* Alaifafaciured by .!
(IRIS I'AllOßy, 6 Ast'.r House, New York. Sold
Druggist*. Applied l>y all llair Dresse t.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED Just pub
lished, n new ed tlonof Dr. CULVERWELL'S
Celebra ed Essay on tiie rad e.al cur.- ( without me*i:
cine) ot Kporm itorrboea, or seminal Weakness, In
*.>l miar* Seminal Losses, Impotence, Mental and
Physical I n-p icily, linpedimeii's to Si an iage, etc :
also C • xuimpti >n. Kp lepsy, and Kits induced by
•*I In tiilgei.ee or se\u .1 extravagance.
* * Uric.-, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
I ~. ec'ehr.i'e 1 autiior in this adni ribte esa\
!eirly demonsti s'es from a thirty \ ears' su -cs-fn
pra-uice.t hat Hie alarm tig consequences of self abuse
may Is- radically cured without the dangerous u c >f
internal medicine or tlie appl cation of the kuifc
poi iti ig out a mode .f cur-- at once simple, certain,
and rffcltial. by means of which every sufferer, in
in ittcr what h'S con-lit on may be, may cure himself
cheaply. privately, and ralieally.
*,* This lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man in the land.
Sent, mi ferae il, in a plain envelope, to nnv address,
j.o*i jviid, on receipt of *ix cents, or two post stamps.
Address the puhlisoers,
CI IA3 J. C KLINE* Oh,
127 Bowery, New Yofk. Post Office box 4 58
A. S. Stillman,
Keeps the largest *nd mo-t complete assortment of
Memorandums, Diaries, Gold &
Steel Pens, Pocket Knives, Law
Blanks, and Stationers Gocds
jtner:d!y, to be found ill the country.
If.* ho* also ad-led
I.onkiiig Ulasses. Ova,, ARCII Top and pQC.mr
and LOOKING -GLASS PLATES, for fitting up
broken glass***. Also, Picture Frames awl
Mottldinjyi in every variety."
He is Agent for the
"DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE'
the "impl'-s' an*l h*si Machine yet offeredio the
■pnhlio, and.the O*NLY Machine that uses a Hardened
Cas' Steel Shuttle It will la*t a life time.
He 18-ale*) Ag-nt for several ?iist k,'la.*
C A DINE T OR GA NS
and' AT ELODEONS
which he will sml oo very fa orabb- terms.
Beautiful Hoi Iday Goods^
In their Btaeeo.
Hjx- aal ill* n'ion ss ill be given to orders from abroad,
for ay articles in his line.
Healers furnished with School Books at l'uhl slier'*
i.'tltt a. ■ . . r.J
A. Sir uiirl St illiittiii.
1. _ iof. ) J
fBB POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
| Coudersport. Tuesday Evening. Feb. 12, 1867.
Jx>eal and General.
Our ilianks are due Hon. G. W. Scoficld. i
- and lion. JohnS. Mann.for vnluable docuineuts.
Notice tiie change in the time-table oi
the l'hila. A: Erie Itailroad. Two trains everv
Valentine's Day occurs on Thursday
of tins week Call at Ellison's ik Thonipsoii's
and make your selections.
j'g* Tliuse in need of a nice, clean shave
*. can lie accommodated by applying to the new
l! Barber in the basement of the Coudersport
i is estimated that at least seventy-fi"(
e j thousand Americans will cross the Atlantic to
- j witness the l'aris Exposition, and that the av
" ! < rage cost will not be less than sl3Oll in gold
or a total of $1 I'-\3 MUKK). A pretty expensive
j-Show" for the United States.
1' j IW His Honor. Mayor Wood, of Williams
! j port, has got himself into the deep waters oi
- ; humiliation. He has been arrested and bound
1 | over for tria! at next Court on a charge ot con
spiring to swind-e certain parties out of lat "g
„ sums of money.
' h' a, M l bat tiie residence of Lewis W.
Lvm.'tn, in Sweden township, was destrovctl by
. fire last night. The fire was first discovered in
' the roof, and is supposed to have originated
from the chimney. Most of the furniture was
: saved. Mr. Lvman was away at the time.
An old hotel-keeper in Washington
, once posted on Ids dining-room door the fol
• lowing notice : "Members of Congress will g
to the table first, and iben the gentlemen." —
This was in Democratic times.
Miss M. E. Davidson will open a Select
: School in the Acadetnv, on Monday, March
- Ith, 1867. Miss Davidson has been teaching
the Common School in this place during the
winter and has given tiiii\Ar.-al satisfaction.
As a teacher, the County Suporinieiident in
' forms ns she is able faithful, and possessed of
fine qualities of government.
1885, the New York Tvibm.e incurred
aggregate expense* sii4d,lll7,$ i i4d,1117, netting $170.12 >.
! 1 n 1866, il-* gross expenses were $885,153, with
net income $21.25.'. Its recent enlargement
increased its expenses very much. Last yeai
i; it paid for editorial services
rcspondenee $40,."100 ; for telegraphing $311,776.
■ il takes much to make a first class journal.
THE DIFFF.R.ESCE, —Senator Howe. ofWiscon-
I sin, who stood firmly to his principles and the
| partv he represents, when ANIHIEW JOHNS >X fell
'jiiasjust been re-electeu to the Senate for six
iye lis by an overwhelming vote. Ilis colleague.
I Senator DOOI.ITTI.E, who went down with JOH.N
--! SON, has been commanded to resign, by the
| unanimous vote of the party bv which he was
MAX-SELLING in Maryland, is finally to be
; stopped. The rebel judges in some parts of
i that, reconstructed State, persisting in the fac*
! of the Civil Rights Bill to sell negroes convic
ted of crime into slavery, in accordance with an
old State law, the Legislature, becoming scared
at the position of things, has repealed the law.
so that hereafter negroes will no longer be sold
, at the courL-house steps to the highest bidder.
GONE. —By telegram from San Francisco, w
are informed from an undoubted source that
; Gen. OUTEG A, the rival of JAIREZ, who left this
country some time ago for the purpose of con
testing the right to the Presidency of the lat let
i and who was arrested by our commander on
i tlie Rio Grande, and subsequently released, has
. | been captured by Gov. GAVRKST, of Zacatecas.
j as was also at the same time Gen. PATONI who
was accompanying him.
| THE BPARKLI N G .STREAM.—This istln
• title of a new music b< ok just received from tin j
publisher, Charles M.Tremaine, 481 Broadway,!
New York. 11 is, as indicated by its title, a
temperance song book, it numbers about 48;
pages, about the size of an ordinary music book, j
and contains a large number of beautiful songs
*et to easy and graceful music. It is a work
that any person who understands, and takes
pleasure in music would like to have,
KANSAS SENATOKS. —The prolonged contest in |
Kansas for United States Senators has resulted j
as the best friends of the Union could desire— i
j in the re-election oi both MR. POM EROV and Mr.}
: Ross, the present incumbents. The vote for the
former was to 25, and for the latter 68 to 40
Mr. Ross tills the vacancy caused by the death
.of Mr. LANK. The defeat of CARNEY, who wa*
suppointed by big railroad corporations, JOHN
■ soNirKs, fcc„ for Ross' place, is a victory of real
l"?f~ We have just received of Mr. Thaddeus
Kirih of No. ;>63 Broadway, N. Y., the follow
ing named pieces of music : Little Lizzie Lee.
>ong by 11. P. Dauks—-rery pretty 7 "Can it be?
• i Can u be?" a* sung by Mine Methua Scheller.
1 arranged by A. Disbecker; The Lonely Rose,
i by Chas. F. >S hat tuck; The Watcher at tfie Gate, j
| Song, bv A. Browne Garrett; Wake not that j
. Harp again, by E G. B. Holder; Ida Galop, by }
Carl Faust; and Selections of Fongs from the J
! popular opera, The Doctor of Alcantara. Mr.
Firth furnishes catalogues fret, and sends mu
sic by mail on receipt of price.
Z.'W Z< igler, McCnrdy fc Co , Philadelphia.
; iia\ <• in Press, and will soon publish a xvork
entitled "Woman's Work in the Civil War," bv j
Dr. L. P. Brockett. and Mrs. Mary C. Yaughan,
prepared under the sanction of the United
i States Sanitary Commission,and with an Intro
; ductory Chapter by its late President, the Rev.
r ! Dr. Bellows, of New 3 ork. It will contain
sketches of nearly two hundred ladies, and
brief sketches of about four hundred others,
with a just tribute to the thousands of nameless
benefactors, who sacrificed so much for the relic!
*>f our suffering soldiers.
Will have their own way, and indeed wo do
not wonder that every one is hound to use
Coe's Cough Balsam, and nothing else, for it, is
j certainly the best thing in the world for Coughs
Colds, Cioup, and Infhienza, I t is right that
aR should use it.
1 j Coe's Dyspepsia Core. an alicle prepared by
the same parries, ia equally good for Dyspep
sia, Indigestion ami Constipation, Sick Hcad-
I ache, Sour Stomach, Rising of Food, Cramps,
Pains, and in fact any disorders of the stomach
} and bowels.
A REBEL DEMONSTRATION NIPPED. — It was
announced some time ago that the remains of
the ex-rebel general A. S. JOHNSTON were to be
removed from New Orleans to Houston, Texas,
for final burial. When tiie remains arrived at
Galveston the old rebels there waited to do
public honors to them, hut Gen. GRIFFIN reftis- 1
ed to permit it* Not satisfied with this refusal,
the Mayor of Galveston, bent on a display, wrote
to Gen. SHERIDAN, whose manly and truly
patriotic reply is as follows; "I have too much
; regard for the memory of the brave men who
. died to-preserve our Government to authorize
I confederate demonstrations over tlic remains ot
any out who attempted to destroy ii,"
•:ff Tlie London Fun has the following sea
sonable ode upon
j How lorelv is the virgin snow,
That clothes the lofty mountain's top,
I While in the silent vale below
The frozen streams and fountains stop.
Frost's tracings, see, the window shows—
How beautiful each view on it!
But not so lovely is niy nose
When frost paints coats of blue on it.
How fair the scene, with mantle white
And snow-wreathed roofs and trees in it 1
But I don't think 1 'in called on, quite,
To walk up to my knees in it.
! WORLD MUTUAL LIKE INSURANCE COMPANY.—
' This institution, located in the city of New \ ork
| commends itself to the public by a number o'
1 special features, to wit : Mutual Premium.'
i lower than those of a majority of the Lite I n
j surance Companies in the United Slates; Non-
Participating Premiums lawer than tho*
■ charged by any Company in the world ; Divi
dends increase annually after two years, witl
the age of the Policy; Losses Paid in Thirty
i Davs after due notice and proof of death, am
Thirty Days Grace allowed in the Payment o
Premiums. The Non-Participating feature o
this company offers peculiar inducements fi
l>ejsons of tixed income who desire to pay ai
even sum, and to secure at once the largest in
surance therefor. J. F. Fnuauff, of lbdltdays
burg, is the General Agent, for this State, t<
whom applications for insurance, further in
formation, and persons desiring local agencies.
. should be directed.
Rev. GEORGE LANLKJN, State Senato:
from tbe Bradford district, is named by the
Columbia Republican as the right man to suc
ceed Mr. Buekalew in the United States Sen
| ate two ycat's hence. This is part of the pro
■ gramme under which General Cameron wa
i elected this year.
i Mr. Landon lias no graces of personal ap
pearance or charm of manners to recommend
him; but he has intellectual powers ami cul
ture of an unusual order. In the prime of man
hood, with enlarged views and advanced opin
ions upon all public questions, he belongs to
class from which it is extremely proper tin
Republicans of Pennsylvania should select its-
A writer in the Philadelphia Press suggests
the name of Mr. G, W. Scotield, member o:
. Congress for tlie Erie district, in the same con
nection. Less an orator than Mr. Laudon, In
surpasses him in exact training on many lines
of thought essential to successful statesmanship.
The Republicans of the west will do well to
bear the suggestion of his name in remembrance
COATS' FURNITURE WAREROOMS. —WhiIe at
Wellsv'lle last week, we were shown through
tlie extensive Furniture Ware rooms of 11. A. it
W. B. COATS ot that place. These young mei
possess superior advantages for producing tin
best of work at the lowest prices and they an
enjoying an enviable reputation for so doing.
They have a large Manufactory which contain
the most perfect and complete machinery that
a liberal and judicious expenditure of means
could purchase, and they have the best mechan
ics that the county can produce. Their materi
als are selected with the greatest possible can
and with the one object of being durable. Un
der such circumstances it is with the greatest
ease that they are able to satisfy the wishes oi
the people and supply the large and con
stantly increasing demand for their Ware, which
to many establishments would be an unbear
able burden. Their stock consists of every va
riety that one could wish. Their pricesare de
cidedly moderate and they are confident that
none can undersell them. While everything in
the line of Furniture is a speciality with them,
we were very favorably impressed with theex
quisitestyleof finish and exceedingly low prices
on Chamber snitos and cane-seat work. Our
friends in Eastern illegally and throughout 1
Potter counties should not fail to give tliern a 1
call if anything is wanted in their tines— Wells- '
villc Free Press.
THF. ESTRAY LAW.—WE arc often asked what i
R the law in*regard to stray cattle, sheep, <tc <
It is briefly as follows: It is the duty of all
persons having strays in their possession, "with
j ii four days to deliver to the town clerk a par- ,
| ticular description of the color and mark, natur- |
al or ariificial, of each stray or strays, in writ
j uigor other satisfactory way, and for every tie o- -
led or refusal to do the same/' be shall i>o iia- '
| ble to forfeit and pay the stun of live dollars— .
j "and it sliall be the ilutv of the town clerk, sub- '
;ectto like penalty for neglect or refusal, to '
make entry of the same in his book, for which ! (
lie shall receive on each head of horses 50 cents,
each head of cattle ~5 cents, and for every sheer '
6 cents, to be paid by such persons delivering ''
thesaiil notice aforesaid." if tlie owner pre- [ *
j sents himself within 3d days after said stray has
been thus registered on the book of the town
clerk, he is entitled to receive his property on
the payment of the costs, the keeping and the
damage that may have occurred. After the ex
piration of 30 days, if no owner presents him
self, the person taking up the stray shall cause
an advertisement particularly describing such
stray, to l>e published in at least one newspaper
in the county —and if no owner shall appear
and make ont lus proderty in said stray within
30 days after the publication of said advertise
ment, the person taking up the same shall ap
ply to a Justice of the Peace in the same town
| ship, who is required to issue his warrant to a
j Constable, who, after giving 10 days notice, is
required to sell the same—the money for which
i is to be paid into the hands of the Justice of the
| Peace, who is to pay all reasonable charges for
j the cost of keeping, registering, advertisihg.
| selling, <fcc„ and the balance, >f there be any, is
| to be paid info the county Treasury,
Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup.
This great medicine cured Dr, J. H. Schenek,
j the Proprietor, of Pulmonary Consumption,
when it had assumed its most formidable aspect
and when speedy death appeared to he inevita
ble. His physicians pronounced his ease incur
able, when he commenced the use of this simple
but powerful remedy. His health was restored
in a very short time,and no return <>i tlie disease
has been apprehended, i*>r all tlVe symptoms
quickly disappeared, and his present weight is
more than two hundred pome Is.
Since his recovery, lie has devoted his atten
tion exclusively to the cure of consumption,and
die diseases which are complicated with it, and
the cures effected by his medicines have been
very numerous and truly wonderful; Doctoi I
Schenek matt-PS professional visits to several of!
the larger cities weekly, where he has a large
concourse of patients, and it is truly astonishing
to see poor consumptives that halve to be lifted
out of their carriages, and in a few months
healthy, robust person. Dr. SCHENCK'S PULMO
NIC SVRUP, SEAWEED TONIC, and MANDRAKE PILLS
are getu rally ail required in curing consumption
I Full directions accompany each, so t hat any one
I can take them without seeing DivSchenek, but
j when it is convenient it is best to see him. lb
gives advice free, but for a thorough cxamina
| tion with his Respirometer his-fee is three dollar
j Please observe,when purchasing, that the two
j likeness of the doctor, one when in the last
| stagaof consumption, and the other as he now
j is, in j crfcct health, are on the government
General Wholesale Agents:' Demas Rarnc-s A j
Co., *2l Park Row, New York ; S. S. llmice,
ItJS Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.;Jehn D.Park,
N. E. corner of Fourth and Walnut St.. Cincin
nati, Ohio; Walkor Taylor, 134 and 136 \V"a
tiash Avenue, Chicago, 111.; Collins Brothers
southwest corner of Second and Vine Sts., St.
Louis, Mo. [Uhw.ea.uio.lyrOcW2 jj
Mise M. E. DAY I DSON will open ft Select '
School in the Coudersport Academy, on Mon-j
dav, March 4, 1867, to continue Twelve weeks.
Those intending to leach will receive special
Tuition, to be paid at the middle of the Term,
Primary, $3 00
Intermediate, J b0
Common English, 5 00
Higher, 6 50
Book Keeping, (extra), 1 00
Coudersport, Feb. 4, 1367. 3w
Firth's Music Store,
363 Brortdwny, IST. IT.
(Successor to Firth, Son tf' ( mnpany,)
Manufacturer ami Importer of
Piano l ories,
Vml every description of Jiieiical iiierclinudi.s ;
S -le N w York Agency for the cclcbr; ted
Gilmore A- Co*s flam) Instruments.
>ur Band Department is under the personcl supcrvi
•ion of Mr. D. L. 1 OtVN 1 XG.
Wholesale and Retail Dep-t for tlie unrivalled
j-fF"! 5 n i- <1 • t f Cottage Orgn
.vVliieh challenges comparison as the most elt'octiv.
nstrume: t yet offered to the pub.is.
Kew and Choice Music Published Daily.
fity Catalogues and Price Lists of Instruments fur
fished on applie ttl- n.
BiiTlvtlest Music from ali the leading Publishers ii
Miy piece of Music, or Music Bo"k, sent 3
nail, post-paid, on receipt of retajLprice.
Brif"Orders by mail for M usicor Wstruinentsreceivi
irompt and careful attention.
DcF-.Vll goods tvari anted to prove as represented, at
FIRTH'S MUSIC STORK,
18-23.1y0ar &0G C road way, Xow York.
!n Lewisvi!!e, Poller County, Pa
r PHK undersigned desires fi> inform the in-!
habitants of Potter County that lie is pre
pared tt do all kinds of
WAGCN AND BUGGY WORK
and Blacksmithing. at. tlie lowest prices. New ;
work—both light and heavy, built to order.
Having bought the W agon Shop known as I
R. Hackett's Mill Simp, in the village of Lewi.-- i
ville, and with the assistance of Water Power, t
md the best of seasoned Lumber, he will do |
work on short notice, at the Cheapest Prices.
Call ami see for yourselves.
N. L. KIMBALL.
Lewisville Feb. I, 1867. —tf
WANTED— A good Woi knian. A man with |
a family preferred.
NOT A HUrA3UCT~
Snrn authorized to sell Duty's Clothes and Wool
Washer in the county, and having iraed one foi '
hree months I .-ay, unqualifiedly, they are just whal
ttiey promise-a good thing. A strong man 01
woman can wash as much in I Wo hours as a woman
can wash on' a .'011)111011 wash board in eight hours
A fair test will convince any one that it is no humbug
1 will sell them at a prolil cf ONE DOLLAR 011 each
Machine. Correspondence invited.
1 als > soli the Uuiveisa! Clothes Wringer with cogs.
Any Wringer will answer that will work on a tub.
Usual priceof a Washer, sl4 and $!6
" " Wringer, 850 10 and sl2 j
I will sell considerably less, my object being chiedj
to introduce a useful article. * J.,. UIIID. '
Brook land, Pa., Dec. 2G, USGG.
OSRMANIA, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1863. !
OTICE is hereby given that Charles Bu- i
L x shor, now or late of this county, holding
the following described property. Ims not ye' I
paid any consideration whatever fcr the same,
and all persons are hereby warned not to pur- j
chase any of said property of the said Bushor
before the decision of the Court is given in j
this case and C. Bushor has paid to ine the
consideration money therefor.
The following is the properly :
Ist. A certain tract of land near the Cor
mania Mill, in warrant 5075. Abbott township, i
Potter county, Pa,, containing 100 acres.— |
Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining
2nd. A ccrtrin tract of land, with Mill and I
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Pottei
county, Pa., containing about 20 1 acres.
C. Bushor holds also in trust warrant no. !
2501, in Gaines township. Tioga county, Pa.
on the road leading from Germauia to Gaines,
containing 850 acres.
tf " WM. RADDE.
8m MUNI Powficrs-j'
fCZSSti This preparation, I
'***>g aid favorably 1
no,Tn r nl ' lor
mighty O in tigoratc
n \ £ I stomach anil intcs-
Jt is a sure pre- J
_YSgWp Ventive of alt dis
oases incident to'
this animal, such as LUNG FF.VKit, GLANDERS,
YELLOW WA- !
TITKAXD VITAL \
use improves the
win d, increases K fir yRBjkjSF fps j
asmo o th atid /y y <
transforms tli e
miserable skeleton into a fine-fenking afld spirited
To keepers of Cows tliis preparation is inraluable. ,
It increases the quantity and improves tlie quality v
\ k of the milk It has ;
bet n proven bj- ar 11
1 f iial • \
c nt. and make the :
\ butter firm anil \
r' 1 sweet. In fattomnr f
aw fi >' c:, 'lle. it gives them .
J\ "" "i'pet ile. loosen
-4 U ' i ir h'd e - and !
much faster. ] C
In all diseases of Swine, such as CUURIIS Ulcers in |
the Luncs, I.iver,
&e., this article
acts as a specific. /e* :
By putting from
will lie eradicated *" 1
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a certain j
preventiiA.' and cure for the llog Cholera.
Price OT Cent 3 per Paper, or 5 Papers for SI
S. FOUT'/ t v HRO.,
AT THEIR j N
WHOLES ME !)RH AX E MEDICINE DEt'rtT.
No. 116 Frariklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekei*i>ors through
out the United States.
Sold by P, A. STEBBINS k CO.,Couders- "
port, Pa. j
rrHIE undersigned would iulorui the citizens |
T_ of Potter tliat he has
50 Tons of Plaster
at his store in Millgfov#, which he will sell !isj
low as anv place on the railroad,
* ' U.S. COLWELL. |
Millgrove, N. Y., Feb. 5. 1867.
Do You Know Tt ?
no yon know that Neuralgia and Rheumatism c iv
\>e curt-d ' I o you know that many po r aurt'erer.
l om the aches and pains so prevalent at tins > as i
of th>- year, have found welcome relief Uy using atie
nid powerful remedy called
It is the trreat . stern I remedy tor Neuralgia, Rhen
imti-m Quinsy.Sore Throat,Num H>f the Liiub-
Crick In the liack, Pleurisy, Chilblains, ai d main
>lh- r diseases which are cured and always he; elite,
■v an outward application. It is so prompt in Its ac
nou. so sate and convenient so < asilj applied, tha
v< rvt. <tv wfl! use it. Salntttier is sold bv ali dealers
.a medicine at 50 cents t>er bottle.
FOR SAI t KT
Ellison tt Thompson, and Olias. S. Jones, ii.
Condersport, and by Burt is Jc Potter, I Ivsses.
A NEW MAN
NEW PRICES !!
C. K. ARMSTRONG,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of
J Potter count// that he has purchased th*
recently owned by Ilcvry J. Ohnstrd. ami
will continue the business at the old stand
IN THE OLMSTE. D BLOCK.
Where he will keep constantly on hand a
LARGE AND CAREFULLY
SELFCTED STO CK
of ererythiny nsuaPy kept in a Hard
ware Store, oniony which Will be found
SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE,
COOKING, BOX AND PARLOR
TIN AND SHEET-IRONWARE
SCOTCH BO WIS
Such as Plows, Scrapers, Cul
IIIS WORK IS WELL MADE and
of GOO DM 1 TERIA L. Good
and substantial Eac> s-Troughs
put up in any )>arl of the
GIVE HJsVI A TRIAL !
Cor.di'rsjiort, Feb. 5, 1^67/
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE!
riYTTE pubscriber respectfully inform? the citizens of
1 Coiidersport aud the public in geneial, that he
has opened a
CLOTH INGr STORE,
AL7.ec;ANY CO., n. V
One door be'oW
ANDERSON f DOOLITTIE S
Where wHI he found at all times, a Complete Assort
mcnt. and latest styles ol
C \ PS
FU RN rSH INO GOO DS,
3ur motto is; 1 <
Cheat) for Cash, Quick Sales <
Small Prolits, But One Price. '
New Ooods received every Week.
Jail and examine our Goods and Prices before going: '
elsewhere. ; 1
October 22 tf
FINE FANCY FURS! '
C as is. 4. UIIBPU 11, (
S'o. 497 Broadway, ami M7 M tiden Lane, New York
mporter, Manufacturer and Shipper of
)fifiTt* his large and \\ > assorted hi• • kof Fine Furs. J
n all st\l 's, at lowest Mauutactur< ■" priced.
Highest price paid tor SUIPWSU Ft'ltS.
IkiT c>eua for Circular. •
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS!
Vo attention pr.k! h> Ike rest of
Prompt conformity to (lie Lowed
Market Driers is ct-r established
We are determined to give the
public the Benefit of the FALL,
We shall try to prove the Kale
16 Works both Ways."
| You paid high prices when goods
|went up, we tviil see to it that
you pay low prices now GOODS
Others may go down, but we do
not in;cm! to be beaten.
All we ask is to give us a Call.
Shop as much as you please. If
ion know our prices we feel sure
of a sale.
>Yc arc in for the trade this spring
and arc determined that
CHARLES S. JONES
Shall lake the lead in furnishing thi*
section of the country with the best
articles' for the least money. Ours is the
Store whore that con be dene. COME,
StE. and be CONVINCED.
All kinds of
Cotton G oo&s !
we are now offering at prices which can
not Ril to strike the purchaser as
CALICOES WITH THE STARCH
OUT OF I3OTII CLOTH AND
" .iix .1: ■' lSih
Plaint Fancy Cassimeros
STAN I ) API ) AI USUI NS
I>let\clied arid Unbleached
Muslins of all Prices*
Flannels of all Colors?,
SILK Se LINEN
T TAX I>K EHCIIIFFS,
Ticking", Striped Shirting,
Denims. Crash, Toweling
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
All-Wool Delaines, Airier. Delaines*
Mohair Lustres, &c.
Of all kinds. COFFEES, WHITE & BROWN
SUGARS, SVRUi 1 £ COMMON MOLAS.-ES.
GREEN & BLACK TEAS, SPICES of nil
kinds. A great variety of the nest brand's of
SMOKING k CHEWING TOBACCO. Core
Brooms, Cedar Buckets: No. 1 and 2" Mackerel,
Labrador Herring, Hams <j- Shoulders.
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
BOOTS and SHOES,
REMEMBER WE PAY THE HIGHEST
PRICE FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
( ii tici.cs s. jouS'
Coud-eiwport, Juno b, 16tG