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A IIU>I BUG.
Trow OFTEN WK liKAK THIS EXPRESS |
I A ion fmm jK-rsen* readme advei ticiuei,t of'
Patent Medicines, and in nine ca-ee out of ten they
•lay in* rijjht. Ii i- over 19 years since I introduced
my m- diclrie. the VkStTiss I.ISIMI.IT to the public '
I had no money to advertise it. so 1 1- ft it for sale j
•with a few dmmrista and stnrekeepeis through a
■mall section ot t e country, many taking it with re
lactance . lJt I told them to let anv one have it, and
if it did not do all 1 stated "it my pamphlet, no ore!
n*d pav forit. In some stores two or three hot ties
were taken on trial by pe-sons present. I was, l>y
Hitn. thought Cinzv, and tli-t would be tin* last they
• euhf see of ine lint I knew my medic, ne as no.
ksmbng. I > alioul two months I b-gati to receive
•rders tor more Liniment, cal ing't my valuable
Liniment, who had refused I" sim a receipt whenjl
left it at their store. Now my aale* are millions ot '
battle* yearly, ami all for cash. I arr.mt it superior
to any other medicine for lite cure of Croup, Diar-j
rhaea, Dysentery, Col c. Vomiting Spasm*, and Sea
sickness,** an inter al remedy. It i* js r'ectly iiu.o
csnt to tike internally, see oatli accompanying each,
battle, —and externally for Chronic Rheumatism,
Headache, Siumiw, Fr.> ted Feet, Rruistss. Sprains,
Old Sores, Sw- lling*, Sore Thro its, ice, fcr. Sold
b mil tii Druggi* s. D pot, 6< Corliandt Street, '
AJPI'S Clierry Pectoral
Ifi a sooth in/ expectorn-'t. Pr-pared to meet the
urgent need ola safe and reliable cure for diseases
.f the throat and iunir*. .V trial of many years lias
established the fact, that it is more efficacious in j
p-timonary affections, tha" any otlur remedy. Its
• ffiracy has how b-come so geiteralr known, tnat it
i ju-tl> regarded in mny countries n* a m'-dicine of
Indispensable necessity. In Great Biitain, France j
mnd Germany, wln-re medical science has reached its
highest perfectio i, it i- prescribed in domestic prac
tise, and constant y used in the armies, in lio-pitais
•ad other pit hi c iiintitut.ofls, where it is n-gir-led by
ths attending piivs'ciatis as tlie most -p-edy and
mgrreable remedy that can he employed. Scarcely
any neighborhood can be found where well known
• *••• of diseased lungs which had bathed the effort*
of the mo t sk i'fu and expericueed dot tors, have not j
bsn permanent y cured hy i'. These r suits are the
knost convincing proofs of the superior curative pi op- j
•rtic-s og lids preparation ; a d to them the authors j
joint with peculiar satisf ation. While it is most
powerful against continued diseases, it is extremely j
gsntle as a inedie-ne in infancy and youth' Icing
unite harmless t< even the youngest, when aJmiuis- !
tsrrd jtid ciously.
This hea'th-restorer neeomplishes even more by
present ion than cue. II taaeii hi seas"ii, it beats all j
irritations of tin-throat and lungs; whether arising'
from Colds ot Coughs <>r frotn otiier causes, and thus
p event that long train of painful and incurable dis- i
#sse, which would arise Iroin the neglect of them.
Ilstice no family should he without it. Influenza, I
Croup, Hoarseness Whooping Cough; Pleutisy, In- |
• ipient Consumption, and other atf-etimis of the :
breathing organs, give way t>efore this pre eminent j
combination of inedieal virtues.
Prepared by DR. -I C. AVEK K Co., Lowell
hi >••., ami sold by all Druggists and dealers iu uiod
Ladies of Delicate Constitution
And uncertain health are strenuously advised to ]
thro* aide the nauseous and useless preparations
With which th.iy are accustomed to drug themselves,
•nd test the hveeiari. hody-and mind-strengthening :
Virtues of riOSTETTER'B BTOM A* II BIT- i
TKRS. In all the com plaints and disabilities !
arising frotn various causes, they will find this cheer
lag, refreshing and invigorating preparation of el' a I
•rdinarr elfieacy. It„ regulatidg pr peilies are won- j
dsrful, und as a remedy for the languor, nausea, tre
mors convulsions, hysteria, &e , winch often accom
pany the development of womanhood, it has no equal
among the prescriptions of the faculty or advertised
medicines. For the many distressing feelings which
usher in and often follow the period of maternity,
and also for the painful and <lai gerolls symptom*
■which sometimes accompany "chanae of lite,'' HOS
TETTER'S BITTERS are earnestly recomrnen-h-d.
No other restorative seems to suit *o well tiie consti
tutions and t lie organization of the feebler sex. In
all ee* of Female P< b lit v, where tliere is want ol
brisk vital action, the BITTKR3 produce a most im i
portant change —relieving local weakness, and re
#stibl!hln- tl s gem-rid health.
Allcock'N Fortius lMtstera.
N--w York, Nov. 23, 1859.
T. ALLcoOX 4. Co. —Gentiemaii : I lately suffered
•sveiely from a weakness in my back. Having heard
your plasters much recommend -d for cures of this
kiud, I procured one, and the result was all I could
dssirs. A single plaster cured me in a week.
J. O. BRIGGB. Proprietor of the Brandreth Rouse.
CUKKCFCKI K IN THE BACK AND LUMBAGO.
Lyons, N. Y., July 4, IMA !
Men A'ECOCK & Co.: Please scud me a dollar's j
worth of your plasters. They have cured me of a
erick in my back, which has troubled me for some
time, and now my father is g"ing to try them for
difficulty about ins heart. L .11 SHERWOOD.
Dr. Green, No. Rt>3 Broadway. New York, informs
us lie-old, on Monday, June 2td, 1862, two plasters j
to a young woman sulferiog \ery severely from lain- •
On Thursday she called to get two more for a
friend, snd then stated how the two she h'd pur j
chased on Monday had relieved h-r immediately
after putting tliem on, and CCRKD HE* is TWO BITS
of a mo-I disagreeable pain in her back and louts, j
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Pirates and Privateers
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now LOST, HOW RESTORED. .Tust pnh-!
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pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, i
and *tf etunt, hy means of which eve-y sufferer, no
matter what his condition may lie, may cure hlinsulf
rheiip'y. privately, and radically.
•* This lecture should lie in tiie hands of every
youth and every man in the laud.
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post pid, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps.
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I'HE POTTEIi COUNTY .JOURNAL
Coudersport, Tuesday Evening Feb. 19, 1867.
Gc-ary in signing the death war
rant of Wiley, the Luzerne county murderer,
renin is to the old idiaof Friday lietlig hang i
man's day, wh ch wtts wisely ded and
dejuii ted froiu hy Governor Curtiti.
XW Farmers will fiml a tine opportimity for
making money in another column. Maj. Mdls
( otFc-is his splendid farm at. Ci lesburg, for rent
for three years front the first of April next. j
frozen to death, in Hector township,
January 20th, 1867, Aimer Burdick. The de- j
ceased was over eighty years of age, and had
nearly lost the use of his mental acuities. He
wa an honest and industrious citizeu. Moll.
MTT he friends of the Rev. J. L. Phenix
manifested their appreciation of his laliors by
making him a IVmation of iB6O, at the house of
J. Q. Merrick, Eeq., in Pike township, on the
evening of Feb. 9, 13G7. McH.
"TltK Ct rs THAT CIIEF.K BI T NOT ISEBRIATK." '
i—The celestial herb that steams its fragrance,
i upon millions of tables the world over, is en
joyed in its jierieetion only by those who know
where and how to get the genuine article. "All,
is not gold that glitters," nor is all TEA that is j
wrapped around with Chinese hieroglyphics.
All sorts of vile weeds get christened with the
genuine name, but to the palate of the experi- i
: enced tea drinkers they are an abomination. j
Some of our Allegany County readers will!
find a supplement with "this paper giving them
i full information this important point. To
; others we would say that Mr. C. H. Simmons, j
of Wellsville. is doing a wholesale and retail
business, making TEA a speciality. He receives
his Teas direct, from the importers, can guarn
l tee the quality, and sells at astonishingly low
take the above frotn the CanUteo
I Valley Timet, published at Hornellsville. The
pries of the l'ea are from 75 cents to $ 1 .35.
Orders filled by mail. Teas warranted as rep
prented or money refunded.
To amend the Jlmul Lairs of Tioga and Potter
SECTION 1. Be it enacted £c,. That whenever
the amount of road tax assessed upon any per-
I son in the said Counties of Tioga and I'otter
shall amount to less than one day's labor, the
Supervisors of the several townships shall as
sess such person with one day's labor, to be
worked out ujion the public roads in the Town
ship where such person may reside, in the same
manner as the road tax is now by law directed
to lie worked if such person shall neglect
or refuse to perform such lainr after due notice
by the Supervisor, then the value of one day's
labor shall lie collected in money as unpaid
road tax is now by law collected ; and if anv
person so assessed with one day's labor, shall
! own or have in his possession and use as a team,
a span of horses or mules or a yoke of oxen,
. such person shall be assessed with one day's
! labor for such team, and if any such person
j after due notice, shall refuse or neglect to per
form the labor so assessed for the team, then the
value of one day's work for a team, shall lie
collected of said delinquent in money as other
unpaid road tax is now by law collected
v&~ Mj. Mann has sent us the above hi 11 for
' the passage of which he has received petitions,
and he invites the exertion of the people on the
i subject. According to our ideas of right, it
; should become a law.
|F>r the JnUrn.il.
MR. EDITOR: The dwelling house of L. W.
, Lvman was burned to the ground this rooming.
The tire took from an old fashioned chimney
' which went through the centre of the house,
and which for some time pa<t had needed re
pairing. At about five o'clock the family were
awakened by the fire, whichliail already made
i such ravages as ire vented extinguishing. Mr.
Lvman was away, and the only effectives were!
Arthur Lyman a young man of twenty, Mrs.!
Lyman and the school tyaclier. Miss Sophroniaj
Bird, who happened to lie boarding thereat the
time. An old lady of near a hundred years of
age, and helpless,"was dragged out on her bed. 1
j the children (some adopted) W( / re deposited in j
beds upon the snw, and with incredible lalior ,
and :?uperiluman strength these three persons
in thirty minutes, cleared tlie house in the most
! valuable contents, although the dishes and all 1
cooking utensils were destroyed. 1 arrived on -
tin- spot a little past six, but too late to render j
anv ssistance, except that of sympathy. The j
barn, containing alxrnt 200(1 bushels of oat.*,i
with other grain and hay accordingly, stood a i
; narrow chance, but the wind fortunately blow- i
ing from the south, it was saved. The house
was finished, und probably the whole loss is |
$•1000 or more ; whether insured, or not 1 do;
not know. Mr. Lyman, through industry and
good management, is better able to sustain this I
loss than many others of this town.
H. L. BIRD. |
Sweden Valley, Feb. 12, IBG7.
More About Graded Schools.
MR. EKITOR : Allow me to add a word to the j
discussion respecting Graded Schools.
Coudersport has not a sufficient population 1
' to support an Academy while a District school I
fails to meet the demands of the people, The i
1 money to support schools comes from the peo- -
pie win liter it he by taxes or by tuition. There
' is but one object to accomplish, to wit.: the ed
ucation of the children and youth.
Hav ing, then, one source from which to re
j ceive funds, and one object to accomplish, the
praetical question is this : Can a Graded School
[compass as wide a range of studies as can a
; District school and an Academy, ami do it as
j well, and for less money?
A Graded School is simply a Primary arid a
Higher school uniteii, in which acquirement u
the basis of advancement. In a miscellaneous
school a teicher finds plenty of work with
; tliirty-five scholars, while in a Graded School
| the number may lie increased to sixty without
adding to the labor of the teacher. The reason
of this is ohvinne when we reflect that as a rule
; the same scholar* are together from the time
they enter the lowest till tby graduate front ]
the'highest department. Tliere are fewer but j
larger classes. Practice proves that, tlie Class j
pride consequent to the graded plan, rs very !
beneficial especially to those inclined to- fall
But I will not discuss the nerite and de
: merits of Graded Schools, for while tliere are
' no demerits the merits are known and acknowl
' edged, and I may add, arc felt where such
schools are in progress. A Graded School will
pay where there are one hundred scholars ; I
j think not with lo*s. There should lie four de
| partments, uamely: Primary, Intermediate,
: and Higher. The last two can l>e
joijwid, that is, be in the same room and recite
\ to the same teacher, but tlie department line
' shorflW, be maintained, and no scholar should
IM- allowed to advance to A higher department
> till he susAains an examination' heft-ive an exam
ining committee. So also may tint first and
! second departments be united.
11 is the province *f Graded Sahools to carry
! a large sail, but so tmirh of this as is not needed 1
1 can be closely reefed, for the time, and is nei
ther. cumbersome nor expensive.
I n my. opinion a Graded School is the thing
for Coudersport, audi should be one of her per
manent institutions.. Ji, \V, BIRO.
Knoxwllc, 111., Feb. G, 10(57.
Exactness of Expression.
En. Jolexal : I am go much pleased with ;
the discussion elicited by my brief communica
tion some weeks ago, on ihe subject of Graded
Schools, that I venture to write a few lines on
the subject at the head of this article.
Exactness of expression is a rare excellence.
I make no pretensions to it myself, and yet I
strive to correct my imperfections in this re
gard, and therefore hope I may be pardoned
for asking others to do the same.
There is one word in very common use that i
I especially desire to call attention to, because j
nearly everybody has fallen into the habit of I
using it infelicitously. We say "female" col-1
lege, "female" visitors, "female" citizens, and
-female" prayer meeting. Any person of good
taste, who will consult Webster's Dictionary,
will see at a srlance that the term "female" in
such expressions is indefinite as well as inele
gant. The word "woman" will give exact ex
presion to the idea to be conveyed, and is every
way more appropriate. Hence the authorities
of Vassar Female College have applied to the
Legislature of New York to change the name
to Vassar College ; and the Trustees of the Fe
male Medical College of Philadelphia have
applied to the Legislature of this -Stale to
change the naineof their institution to" Women's
Medical College of Philadelphia."
These examples are sufficient to show the
improvement of taste in this respect, and I sub
mit the matter to tue good seue of your read-
I ers. Com.
Frank P.loore's "Women of the War."
I "Women of the War:'' their Heroism and Self-
Sac ri lice. By Fruuk Moore, author of the ' Rebel
! lion Record," "Diary of the Atn-rican Revolution,"
J etc. Illustiated with S eel Engravings. Ilartford:
I 8. S. Scranton A Co., 1866.
This best of the liooks of the war yet pnb
i lished, is now offered to the public by the can
; vassers. We feel sure it will be found to be a
i work of real merit. 11 seeks no ephemeral
; popularity from highlv colored and Miincfaau
! Benish stories of impossible ad ventures by doubt
ful females figuring as dashing couriers in our
armies or "spies" in the Confederate camps.
I But its records are the truthful histories of more
! noble lives. No character is here introduced
; that was not known to he pure. Here we have
the experiences of women who forsook the com
forts of elegant homes, for the wild scenes, the
miseries and the dangers of ihearmy life, actu
ated solely by the t!" c 're to minister to the suf
fering soldiers. And what scenes they encoun
tered ! Sometimes in the thick ot battle,amidst
plunging shot and bursting shells, succoring the j
fallen soldier, regardless of their own peril;!
oftener seen at the hospital cot, bathing the i
brow of the sufferer, attending to his wounds,
and cheering him in his loneliness and agony
with some saving delicacy that only the j
thoughtful heart and ready band of woman !
ever brings. How many owe their lives to-day ,
to the ministrations of these self sacrificing wo-j
men ? Margaret Breckenridge, Mrs. Fanny'
Rickets, Mrs. Mary Brady, Mrs. Belle Reynolds, I
Mrs. Mary Morris Husband, and many more in j
this noble list—they are names that deserve to j
live. Only by reading the facts of their lives
in the army—facts oftentimes more thrilling j
than any romance—can we Ik: let to realize the j
beauty and nobility of woman's sou I, or the true
heroism, and the unselfish, faithful devotion of
which women are capable. This is the true
field for material for an interesting book ; and
! the author has done his part well. Thousands)
j of our soldiers who will see this book, will take
j it eagerly to their hearts and homes, for the ,
J grateful and undying memories with which its i
characters are associated*n their own breasts, I
The work is splendidly published. Nothing!
I comparable with it in elegance and beauty has
before Wen brought out, of all the books de- j
voted to our war literature. The portraits of
these women, on steel, are in the very highest !
and costliest, style of the art. We bear it is I
meeting with a great sale. It deserves it.
Mr. George Howe, agent for this Book, is |
now in this place and will canvass flu: village
| and most of the Cotmty, of whom the Book j
| can be procured.
Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup.
This great medicine cured Dr. J. ll.Sehenck,
the Proprietor, of Pulmonary Consumption,
when it had assumed its most formidable aspect <
i and when speedy death appeared to be inevita
| ble. llis physicians pronounced his case incur- j
able, when he commenced the use of this simple j
! but powerful remedy. His health was restored
! in a very short time,aiid no return <>t the disease j
| has been apprehended, for all tlie symptoms!
j quickly disappeared, and his present weight isj
I more than two hundred pounds.
I Since his recovery, be lias devoted his a* ten-!
i tion exclusively to the cure of consumption,and ;
i die diseases which are complicated with it, and j
the cures effected by his medicines have been
vei'v numerous and truly wonderful Doctor )
1 Scheru ma.'res professional visits to several of
1 the larger cilies weekly, where he has a large j
■ concourse of paii.'nts, and it is truly astonishing |
I to see poor consumptives thave to be lifted
! out of tiieir carriages, at.d in a lew mouths
i healthy, robust person. Dr. Xj'uhknck's Pclmo- j
I XlCStri F,SeawkxhTONH Ma.Vlkake Pills
are generally ail required in curing consumption ;
; Full directions accompany each, so that any one j
I can take them without seeing Dr. Schcnck, but
j when it is convenient it is best to s er him. He
gives advice free, but for thorough examina
tion with his Respirometer his fee is three dollar
Please observe.when purchasing, that the two
likeness of the doctor, one when in the last
stage of consumption, and the other as lie now
is, in perfect health, are on the government
General -Wholesals Agents: Demits Barnes A
Co., 21 Park Row, New Voile ; S.-S. Hunce,
1(18 Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.;Jclin D'.Park,
N. E. corner of Fourth and Walnut St„Cincin
- nati, Ohio; Walker <fc Tavlor, 134 and 136 Wa
; bash Avenue, Chicago, 111.; Collins Brothers,
[southwest corner <>f Second and Vine Sts., St.
[ Lrmis, MO. [3rdw.ea.mo.lyrOct22
! The GREATEST and most SUCCESSFUL
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Every prudent farmer should have one.
Secure your OWN territory.
Apply early at. ihe office.
Exchange Buildings. Harrisburg, Pa,
Feb. 19, 18677 3w
AND HOIEL STAND, FOR RENT,
At Colesburg, Potter County, Pa.
THE undersigned desires to inform those
wishing, to rent, a farm, that he will rent the
! fine side-hill and flat-land farm situated at, the
! above named place, for three years from the
first day of April, 1867. It otifaiws
FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES
of land, of which about sixty acres are ploughed,
seventy acres of meadow, and one hundred
j acres of pasture.
The above for a Cash rent.
He will also rent at the same time, if desired,
! the live stock on the farm, consisting of nine
cows, one hundred sheep, with a fine stock of
hogs, chickens and geese, and about twenty
young cattle, of all kinds, to double in three
There is also aw ox team whih the rei4er
I can have if he desires.
Approved security must be given*.
I will be irr Coudersport,, at Yerrrnfyea r s
Hotel, on the 25t1 rkvv of February; to remain
j one week, and will not close the bargain until
the third day, to give farmers from a distance
an opportunity to examine ibis farm,
SAMUEL M, MILLS,
t Titusville, Feb. 15, 1867.
SELECT SCHOOL. 1
Miss M. E. DAVIDSON will ojx'n a Select
School *' ,e Coudersport Academy, oh Mon
day. March 4. 1867, to continue Twelve weeks.
Those intending to teach will receive special
Tuition, to be paid at the middle of the Term,
Primary, $3 00
I nterinediatp, 4 00
Common English, 5 00
Higher, " 6 50
ilook Keeping, (extra), 1 00
Coudersport, Feb. 4, 1867.- 3w
Firth's Music Store, j
563 BroadwAy, * J". Y.
(Successor to Firth, Son dc Camjtany,)
MUSIC PU BLISHEH,
Manufacturer and Importer of
.Vuhlcnl l iivlrninents,
Andevervd<-*criptionof Musical uicrchiintf l*e
S >le N't w York Agency Cor the celebrated
tiilniore A' ('" liaixl InstrnmentN,
Our Band Department is under thepersouel supervi
sion of Mr. D. L. DOWNING.
Wholesale and Retail Dep<>t for the unci vailed
Wllurdett o 11 e Organ'it
Wliich challenges comparison as the most effective
instromer.t yet "tVered to the public.
New and Choice Music Published Daily.
AT- Catalogues and Price Lists of Instruments fur
nished on application.
Latest Mnsicfrom all the leading Publishers in
DuT.Any piece of Music, or Music Ro"k,sent Ly
mail, post-paid, on receipt of retail price.
BeiTO rd era by mail for M usic or Instruments receive
prompt and careful attention.
■3TAII go, hls warranted to prove as represented, at
FIRTH'S MUSIC STOKE,
18-23.1 year 663 Croadway, New York. |
In Lewisville, Potter County, Pa!
i TIIHE undersigned desires to inform the in
• T habitants of potter Crranfy that he is pre
! pared to do all kitids of
WAGCN AND BUGGY WORK
j and Blacksmitbing, at the lowest prices. New
work—both light and heavy, built to order.
Having lxmght the Wagon Shop known as
E. Hackett's Mill Shop, in the village of Lewis- |
I ville. and with the assistance of Water Power,'
! and the best of seasoned Lumber, he will do J
i work on short notice, at the Cheapest Prices.
Call and see for yourselves.
If. L. KIMBALL, j
Lewisville Feb. 4, 1867.—ff
Wantah — A good Workman. A man with
a family preferred.
NOT A HUMBUG!
I am authorized to sell Duty's f'lotheg and Wk>l
Wasber in the county, and having used one for
| three mouths I say,- unqualifiedly, tliey are just what
'they promfse-a goevt thing. A strung man or
wofßWti can wash as much in two 1 tours as a woman
can wash on a ;ornmon wash board ii eight tiou, s
! A fair test will convince any one that it IV nrrlifnrrting.
j I will sell litem at a profit cf On* DOL£-a* on eacli
Machine. Correspondence invited.
I I als > sell the Universal Clothes Wrinxer with cogs.
( Any Wringer will answer that will Work on a tub.
Usual price of a Washer, sl4 and sl6
I " ' " Wringer, 850 *lO and sl2
I will sell considerably less, my object being chietly
to introduce a useful article. " L. BIRD.
Brookland, PH., Dec. 26, 1866.
Gkk.maxi.v, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1863.
! "VTOTIUE is hereby given that Charier Bu
i 1. * shor, now or late of this county, holding
the following described property, has not ye'
I paid any consideration whatever ft r the same,
| and all persons are hereby warned not to puf
| ehiise any of said property of the said Bushor
j before the decision of the Court is given in
| this case and C. Bushor has paid to me the
j consideration money therefor.
The following is the projrerty :
! Ist. A certain tract of land near the Gcr
mania Mill, in warrant 5075. Abbott township.
; Potter count}'. Pa., containing 100 acres.—
Also 25 acres in warrant 507S and adj'oiuing
! the above.
2nd. A certrin tract of land, with Mill and
! improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
; warrant 5810, in Stewartson township, Pottei
I county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
C. Bushor holds also in tmst warrant no.
j 2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa.
(on the rood leading from Germania to Gaines,
i containing 850 acres.
; tf WM. RADDE.
Una ami Cattle Prate
this animal, ffucti as I/UN'Cf FEYEft, SLA>'PEit3,
miserable ikelcton into a fine-looking and spirited
To keepers of Cows this preparation is invaTnahls.
It increases the quantity and improves thaf quality
In all diseases of Swine, such as Cough*,- UWers te
the Lungs, Liver,
Ac., this article
acts as a sped fie. I fy
By putting from
a paper in a
barrel of swill the _ 5.
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a ertaiff
preventive anil cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for tl.
AL. FOUTZ A BRO.,
WHBlfcS KLE BRI O AMD MFWfIVE BFrOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers through
out! the United States.
Sold by P, A. STEBBINS & CO.,Coudcrs
i port, Pa.
fTUIE undersigned would inform the citizens
[_ of Potter that he has
50 Tons of Plaster
at his store in MiUgmve, which he will sell as I
low as anv place 011 the railroad.
• * B. S. COLWELL. !
Itßlgrore, N. Y., Feb. o, 1867. j
Do You Know tt 1
DO you know thiit Nvuraigl* and RhiiihwiUm cap )
be cored ? I'o V"U know that many po r anflerera i
f otn the aches and pains so prevalent at tins season
j of the year, have found elcome relief by using a new
tiid powerful remedy e-lled
It is the great external remedy tor Neuralgia, Kn<-n I
matism,Quinsy,Sore Throat, Numbness of the Limb-.
Crick la the Back, Pleurisy. Chilblains, and many
Oth.-r diseases which are cured and always benefited j
Iby an oui ward application. It is so prompt in U ac |
I' lion, so safe and convenient so easily applied, that
erervbodv wiil use it. Salutitier is sold by all dealers I
in medicine at 50 cents nor bottle.
FOR BAI.K KY
Ellison <fe Thompson, and Chas. S. Jones, in I
Coutlerspurt, and by Burtia tt Potter. Ulvsßt*,j
Pen its. Oct2'My
A NEW MAN
. C. H. ARMSTRONG,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of j
Potter county that he has purchased the j
j Store, and
recently owned hy Henry J< Olmsted, and j
will continue the business at the old stand
IN THE OLMSTED BLOCK.
Where he will Iceep constantly on hand v
LARGE AWD CARE FULL Y
rf everything usually kept in a Hnrd
-1 ware Store, among which will lc found J
SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE,
:CO OKIXG, nOX AXD PA RL OR
TIN HMD SHEET-IRONWARE
Such as Plows, Scrapers, Cul
HIS WORK IS WELL MADE and
of GOOD MATERIAL. Good j
and substantial Eaves-Troughs
put up in any part o/ the
GIVE HIM A TRIAL !
j Coudereport, Feb. 5. 1867.
BOSTON CLOTHItG HOUSE!
rpilE subscriber respectfully informs th citizens of
X Coudersport aud '.he public in general, that he
has opened a
ALLEGANY CO., N. Y
i One door bc'ow
ANDERSON $ DOOLITTLES
HARD WARE STORE,
Where will be found at all times, a Corplste A SSOTV
raent, and latest styles ot
FURNISHING GOODS, ' !
| Our motto is:
Cheap for Cash, Quick Sales
Small Profits, But One Price.
New Goods received every week.
Call and examine our Goods and l'rices before going
ii. K. orr,
October 22 tf
"FINE~ FANCY FURS!
CUAS. A. HERriCII,
No. $97 Broadway, and 37 Maiden Lane, New York
Importer, Manufacturer and Shipper of
Offers his large and well assorted stocic of Fine Furs,
in all styles, at lowest Manufacturers' prices.
Highest mice tiaid lor BLIIPFINO FUito.
: fcjr SJeua for Circular.
I 'v .
i -1 , -
i T2&TTE f •
"THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
BARGAINS I BARGAINS f
No attenUoii paid to the cost of
Prompt conformity faiftc.Lowesf
Market Prices fe our established
We are determined to give the
public the Benefit of the FALL
Wc shaft try to prove the Rule
"tt'ftfhs both Ways."
You paid high prices when goods
irent ftp, we will see to it that
you pay low prices now GOODS
Others may go down, but we dt
not intend to be beaten.
All we ask is to give us a (afl.
Shop as much as you please. If
yott know our prices wc feel sure
of a sale.
We are in for the trade this spring
and are determined that
CHARLES S. JONES
Shall take the lead in furnishing thi#
section of the country with the best
articles for the least money. Ours it the
Store where that can be do*e, COME,
SEE, and be CONVINCED.
All kinds of
Cotton Goods I
ire are now offering at prices which can
Uot fail to strike the purchaser as
CALICOES WITH THE STARCH
OUT OF BOTH CLOTH AND
Plain & Fancy
1 STANDARD MUSLINS
Bleached and Unbleached
Muslins of all Prices*
Flannels of all Colors,
Ticking, Striped Shirting:.
Denims. Crash, Toweling
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
All-Wool Delaines, Ainer, Delaines.
Mohair Lustres, &c.
I Of all kinds. COFFEES, WHITE k BROWN
SUGARS, SYRUP £ COMMON MOLASSES,
GREEN k BLACK TEAS, SPICES of *ll
kinds. A great variety of the oest brands of
SMOKTSO & CHEWING TOBACCO. Corn
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.
Coud**rort, June 5, 18*6