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Hove OFTEN \VK HEAR THIS EXPRESS
tail from jieraens readmit aiivei llsements ol
l'sivnt Medicines, aim i wne CHM's out of ten they
may be right. It i< over 19 yearn since I introduced
■IT ro-dicine, the VESITIAN LINIMENT. to the public
I had no money to sdvertis-e it, BO 1 hft it for eale
with a few droggii-ts and storekeeper ß through a
mnali gect'Oii ol t! e country, many taking it with r*
luctauce, but I told them to let any one have it, and
if it did not do all 1 slated on niy pamphlet, no ore
need pay for it. In some stores two or three botttes
wore taken on trial by peisous present. 1 wag, by
luanv thought crazv, and that would he the last they
would see of me But I knew my medicine was no
humbug. I'i about two mouths I began to receive
orders for more Liniment somecal in jit my valuable
Liniment, who had refused to sign a receipt when 1
left it sit their store. .Now my HAle* nre inlllionftO
bellies yearly, ami all for cash. I warrant it superior
to anv fur the cure of Croup, I)iar
rbsea, DjseiWlh , Colic. Vomiting. Spasms, and Sea
sickness, as an internal remedy. It is perfectly inno
cent to take internally, see oaili accompanying each,
bottle, —and externally for Chronic Rheumatism,
Headache, Mumps, Fro-ted Feet, Bruises, Sprains,
Old Sores, Swellings, Sore Throats, Ac., Ac. Sold
by all the Druggists. D pot, 60 Cortlandt Street,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
IS a soothing expectorant, prepared to meet the
urgent need ot a safeand reliablecure tor diseases
ol the throat and lungs. A trial of many years has
established the fact, that it is more etllcacious in
pulmonary affections, than any other remedy, Its
•fticaey has now become so general/ known, that it
Is ju-tly regarded in many countries as a medicine of
indispensable necessity. In Great Britain, trance
and Germany, where medical science has reached its
highest perfection, it is prescribed in domestic prac
tice, and constantly used in the armies, in ho-pitals
and other public institutions, where it is regarded by
the attending physicians as the most speedy and
agreeable remedy that can be employed. Scarcely
any neighborhood can be found where well known
•uses of diseased lungs which had baffled the efforts
of the mo t t-k llful and experienced doctors, have not
baen permanently cured by it. These r> suits are the
xnost convincing proofs of the superior curative prop
erties o_'this preparation ; and to them the author.-
point with peculiar aatisf ation. While it is most
powerful against confirmed diseases, it is extremely
gontle as a medicine in infancy and youth' being
quite harmless ti eveD the youngest, when adminis
tered jud ciotisly.
This health-restorer accomplishes even more by
prevention than eu-e. If tan en in season, it heals all
irritations of the throat and lungs; whether arising
from Colds ot Coughs, or from other causes, and thus
p-eventthat long train of painful and incurable dis
eases, which would arise from the neglect of them.
Hence no family should he without it. Influenza,
Croup, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough; Pleuiisy, In
cipient Consumption, and other aft'ectbuis of the
breathing organs, give way before this pre eminent
combination of medical virtues.
Prepared by DR. .T. C. AVER A Co., Lowell
Mass., anu sold by all Druggists and dealers iu med
Ladies of Delicate Constitution
And uncertain health are strenuously advised to
throw aside the nauseous aud useless preparations
with which thoy are accustomed to drug themselves;
and test the hygeian, body-and mind-strengthening
virtues of liOSTETTER'S STOMA' II BIT
TERS. In all trie complaints and disabilities
arising from various causes, they will fitnl this cheer
ing, refreshing aud invigorating preparation of ext a
orditiarr efficacy. Its regnlatid.g pr pe* ties are won
derful, and as a remedy for the languor, nausea, tre
mors convulsions, hysteria, Ac , which 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 dangerous symptoms
whirh sometimes accompany ••chanae of life," HOS
TETTER'S BITTERS are earnestly recommended.
No other restorative seems t<> suit so well the consti
tutions and the organization of the feebler sex. In
•II ca-es of Female Debility, where there is want ot
brisk vital action, the HITTERS produce a most im
portant change—relieving local weakness, and re
establishing the general health.
Alicock's I'oious I'ltslcr*.
New York, Nov. 23, 1559.
T. Ai-Lcocx A CO. —Gentleman : I lately suffered
aevetely from a weakness ir my back. Having heard
your piasters much recommend d for cures of this
kind, I procured one, and the result was all I could
desire. A single plaster cured me in a week.
J. G. BRIGGS. Proprietor of the Brandreth Ilouse.
CUKE CF CRICK IN TO E BACK AND LUMBAGO.
Lyons, N. Y., July 4, 1862.
Messrs. AILCOCK A Co. : Please send nie a dollar's
worth of your plasters. They have cured me of a
crick in tny back, which has troubled me for some
time, and now my father is g ing to tr.v them for
ditficnlt) about his heait. L.H SHKBWoOD.
Dr. Green, No. 863 Broadway. New York, informs
us he sold, on Monday. June 22d, 1862, two plasters
to a young woman suffering very severely from him
hago. On Thursday she called to get two more for a
friend, snd then stated how the two she had pur
chased on Monday had relieved her immediately
after putting t em cn, and CORED HER IS TWO PATS
of a most disagreeable pain iu her back and loins.
Bold by all Druggists
D you wish to have your hair cauterized from the
scalp? Then beware o' the new brood of Vitriolic
and C mustic Dyes got up by nostrum-mongers, who
bear the same relation to the responsible Chemist that
Pirates and Privateers
bear to houest merchantmen. Remember that the
experience <>f years, and the very highest scientific
•indorsements, guarantee the superiority of
ORISTADORO'S HAIR DYE,
over every other In use. It is purely vegetable, in
fallible and instantaneous Manufactured by J.
CRISTADORO, 6 Ast-r House, New York. Sold
by Druggists. Applied by all Hair-Dressers.
now LOST, HOW RESTORED. Just pub
lished. a new edition of Dr. CULVERWELL'S
Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (without rnedi
cine) of Spermatorrhoea, or seminal Weakness, In
voluntary Seminal Losses, Impotence, Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mariiage, etc.:
also Consumption. Epilepsy, and Fits induced by
se! -Indulgence or sexu d extravagance.
*,* Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
Tne celebrated author in this admirable essay
clearly Uemonstrstes. from a thirty years' succes-ful
practice.that the alarming consequences of self-abuse
may be radically cured without the dangerous u-e of
internal medicine or the application of the knife
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain,
and sff clual, by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition may he, may cure himself
cheaply, privately, and radically.
%*Tlns lecture should he in the hands of ex-ery
youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address,
post paid, on receipt of *ix cents, or two post stamps.
Address the publishers,
CII A3. J. C. KLINE A CO
127 Bowery, New York, I'ost Office box 4 656
A. B. Stillman,
WELLSVILLEy 5. Y.y
Keeps the larg< st and most complete assortment of
Memorandums, Diaries, Gold &
Steel Pens, Pocket Knives, Law
Blanks, and Stationers Goods
generally, to be found in the country.
He has also added
Looking; GLARES, OVAL, ARCH-TOP and SQUARE i
and LOOKING GLASS PLATES, for fitting tip
broken glasses. Also, Frames aud
Mottlclings in every variety.
He is Agent for the
"iJOMEsrrc SEWIYG MA cnrxE"
the simplest and b*-t Machine yet ©tiered to the
public, i,d the ONLY Machine that uses a Hardened
Cast Steel Shuttle. It will la-t a life time.
He is also Ag u-t for several Fit si Class
OA HI NET ORGANS
ami MEL 01) EONS,
which he will se>l on very fa orable terms.
Beautiful Holiday Goods,
In their season.
Special alien' ion will be g.yen '©orders from abroad,
for any articles In his line.
Dealers furnished with School Ricks at Publisher's
X. btewart Wtilliusu. I
Use. 11, iW,i - f 'jr.
HIE POTTEII COUNTY JOURNAL
Coudersport, Tuesday Evening. Feb. 26, 1867.
With this week's issue much of our ad
verusing expires when we will be better able
to attend to the wants of our readers.
H. Surratt has arrived at Washing
ton and has been indicted for murder. He will
be ttied by a civil Court.
tW Don't forget the Earber in the basement
of the Coudersport Hotel. Mr. Haynes is pre
pared to do all business in his line equal to any
shop in the country.
ZW" The Excise Law has been enforced in
New York city with effects that are exceed
ingly gratifying to the friends of morality and
public order. If the tide of intemperance in
New York can not be wholly dried up, it can,
at least on one day ot the week, be put under
very wholesome restraints.
ZW The Lock Haven, Jersey Shore, and
Williarasport papers are Laving a furious quar
rel over the traveling on Sunday of a troupe of
low theatrical vagabonds. 1 f the communities
will support "such things" it is just such things
as the communities should have. As it is. we
are glad we are too poor to tempt the drunken
Scene—A Hardware Store-
Enter, a "young matt from Wellsville.
Young man —"Cot any apples V"
Clerk —"No, sir."
Young man —"Cot any gum !"
Clerk —"No, sir."
Young jnan —"Cosh! You don't keep noth
in' du ye !"
IIAUKISBI'RG, February 7.—The House passed
the joint resolutions ratifying the Constitutoinal
amendment. The Senate had already passed
A bill passed the Senate, which will un
doubtedly the House, which makes it an offense
for the railroad and railway corporations to
make any distinction with passengers on ac
eouut ol race or color.
Chester Shattuck, of Oswayo township,
was accidentally shot through his left shoulder
on Tuesday morning last. He was prepared to
go on a hunting expedition, when one of his
dogs sprang up against his side and in slipping
down one of the dug's paws caught on the ham
mer of the gun which hi had standing against
Ins person, pulling it back so far that when the
hammar sprang back on the cap it was with
sufficient force to explode it, sending the charge
through his shoulder. He will recover.
MT I" 1866, sixteen million tons of coal
were mined and marketed in Pennsylvania, an
increase of two millions over 1865, and of four
millions over 1860. Value, $>0,000,000, this
In 1866, the quantity of petroleum produced
in the State was ninety million of gallons.—
In 1866, the product of pig iron was 616,268
tons ; an increase of 100.000 tons over the year
before, and valued at $31,020,861.
The aggregate value of these three articles is
UNFORTUNATE AND FORTUNATE. —The Venango
Citizen, says : "About ten days ago Mr. Francis
Collier, one of our citizens, was working at an
oil well on the Allegheny river, and while turn
ing the bull-wheel, he unfortunately had his
arm caught and broke off immediately alnive
the wrist. This is a sad case, as Mr. O. is de
pendent upon his labor for a living. We are
glad to learn, however, that he acted the part
of a wise man, by the timely insurance against
general accidents in the sum of $2,500, in the
Traveler's Insurance Company, of Hartford,
Conn., by which he leeeives promptly, at the
end of each week, sl2 50." M.W. McAlarney.
at Couderspoit, is agent f<>r this company, how
Will issue policies on application.
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING IN FEBRUARY. —Last
Saturday night, when the thunder storm that
passed over this portion of the State was at it
height, the dwelling house of Mr. William Stem,
of Cherrvville, Northampton county, was struck
by lightning, twice in succession. The electric
fluid struck one of the gable ends, knocking it
iuto the street, then passed down into the par
lor, putting out the lights, overturning the
chairs, and tearing up the carpets, after which
it entered the cellar and passed into the earth.
Mrs. Stem, who was alone ct the time,was ren
dered insensible by the shock, and was restored
to consciousness with considerable difficulty.—
Harrisburg Tdcgraph, Feb. 12.
SLEIGH-HIDING.—A chap in town, of the prac
tical sort, has invoked the Muses to help hini
properly apostrophize "the beautiful snow
O I the snow, the snow, the beautiful snow !
Such a lovely thing, you know, you know.
Mantle of purity ; about as white
As a blacksmith's shirt of a Saturday night.
How the swirl of the flakes the wind exalts—
So like a shower of Epsom salts.
And the dashing sleighs, how swift they glide
With people half frozen taking a ride.
Ho, boy ! a pail of ice-water bring
And over my bead the tea-bell ring.
Put snow in my face while my feet I soak,
I*ll have my fun, if I am dead broke,
R EtO\ST K ICTIO\.
The following are the Union points in the
Reconstruction Bill as it has passed both Houses
of Congress, and sent to the President. It is
d fficult to say whether it will meet with his
I. The Rebel States will retain their present
j governments, but merely as provisional govern
ments, under which no p<rsou Who, as the
j third section of the Constitutional Amend
ment enacts, "having taken an oath as a metn-
I her of Congress, or as an officer of the United
i States, or a-a member of any State Legislature,
or as executive or judicial officer of any State,
to support the Constitution ofthe United States,"
| -hall have aided the Rebellion, is eligible to of
i flee. And also under such governments no
discrimination in regard to color shall be made
in the elective franchise.
11. While these provisional governments ex-,
ist, the Rebel States are to be divided into mil
itary districts, governed by officers of the army,
with power to organize military courts supe
rior to State authority.
111. The people of the Rebel States* when
ever they are tired of this government, may, by
a vote of all their citizens, without respect to
color, except those disqualified from holding
office by the Constitutional Amendment, elect
delegates to a Convention to form State Consti
tutions. When these Constitutions are estab
lished upou the basis of impartial suffrage, and
are ratified by the people, and when the Slates
thus organized have adopted the Constitutional
Amendment, they shall be admitted to repre
sentation in Congress, wlren military rule will
cease, and South Carolina and Texas will hold
the same places in the Union as New York and
Massachusetts. Nor is there want of cause to
hope that this result may soon be reached, for
those provision* of the bill which at once estab
lish Impartial Suffrage make the Freedraen
equal participants id the work. —N. Y,
Other Counties in the State are so well
pleased with the results of the Potter county
prohibitary Liquor Law that they ere petition
ing to extend it. Beaver county it is
will succeed iu securing this righteous and sal
How often are people, both adults and chil
dren, attacked at the dead hour of night with
cholera morbus, cramps, cholic, vomiting and
purging ; a doctor cannot be obtained till morn
ing ; the case grows worse ; perhaps death has
already claimed its victim ; —a few doses of
Coe's Dpspepsia Cure would have relieved the
cramps and pains, and soon completely cured
the sufferer of Lis troubles. Mothers, have il
ready for your children! Fathers, provide it
for your household !
EVERY SATURDAY.- —In addition to the excel
lent Serials, by Miss Thackeray, Henry Kings
ley aud Edmund Yates, this popular Weekly
lias numerous short, pithy articles on European
political and social topics, which are of great
interest to all intelligent Americans. It also
gives every week one or more choice poems by
Swinburne, Buchanan, Jean 1 ngelow, or some
other of the rising poets of England ; frequently
it is enriched by a ttanslation o some specially
instructive or interesting sketch from French
and German periodicals. In fact, in contains
weekly a valuable miscellany of what is best
and—to American readers—most attractive in
Foreign current Literature. It is published by
Tick nor A Fields, Boston.
Frank Moore's '"Women of the War."
"Women of the War:" their Heroism and Self
Sacrifice. By Frank Moore, author of the ' Rebel
lion Record," "Diary of the American Revolution,"
etc. Illustrated with S eel Engravings. Hartford:
S. 8. Scran ton At Co., 1866.
This best of the books of the war yet pub
lished, is now offered to the public by the can
vassers. We feel sure it will be found to be a
work of real merit. It seeks no ephemeral
popularity fiom highly colored and Munchau
senish stories of impossible adventures by doubt
ful femfftes figuring as dashing couriers in our
armies or "spies" in the Confederate camps.
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 the army life, actu
ated solely by the desire to minister to the suf
fering soldiers. And what scenes they encoun
tered ! (Sometimes iu the thick of battle,amidst
plunging shot and bursting shells, succoring the
■alien soldier, regardless of their own peril;
oftener seen at the hospital cot, bathing the
brow of the safferer, attending to his wounds,
and cheering him in his loneliness and agony
with some saving delicacy that only the
thoughtful heart and ready hand of woman
ever brings. How many owe their lives to-day
to the ministrations of these self sacrificing wo
men 1 Margaret Breckenridge, Mrs. Fanny
Rickets, Mrs. Mary Brady, Mrs. Belle Reynolds,
Mrs. Mary Morris Husband, and many more in
this noble list—they are names that deserve to
live. Only by reading the facts of their lives
in the army—facts oftentimes more thrilling
than any romance—can Ave be let to realize the
beauty and nobility of woman's soul, or Ihe 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
of our soldiers who will see this book, will take
it eagerly to their hearts and homes, for the
grateful and undying memories with which its
characters are associated in their own breasts.
The work is splendidly published. Nothing
comparable with it. in elegance and beauty has
before been brought out, of all the books de
voted to our war literature. The portraits of
these women, on steel, are in the very highest
and costliest style of the art. We hear it is
meeting with a great sale. It deserves it.
Mr. George Howe, agent for this Book, is
now in this place and will canvass the village
and most of the County, of whom the Book
can be procured.
This medicine invented by Dr. J. 11. ISchenck
of Philadelphia, is intended to dissolve the food
and make it into chyme, the first process of di
gestion. By cleansing the stomach with Dr.
Schenck's Mandrake Pills, the Tonic soon re
stores the appetite, and food that could not be
eaten before using it. will be easily digested.
Consumption cannot be cured by Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup unless the stomach and liver
is made healthy and the appetite restored,hence
the Tonic and Pills are required in nearly every
case of consumption. A half dozen bottles of
the SEAWEED TONIC and three or four
boxes of the MANDRAKE PILLS will cure
any ordinary case of dyspepsia.
Dr.Schenck makes professional visits in New
York, Boston, and at his principal office in Phil
adelphia every week week. See daily papers
of each place, or his pamphlet on consumption
for his uays for visitation.
Please observe,when purchasing, that the two
likeness of the doctor, one when in the last
stage of consumption, and the other as he now
is, in perfect health, are on the government
General Wholesala Agents: Demos Barnes <fc
Co., 21 Park Row, New York; S. S. II u nee,
1(18 Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.jJchn D.Park,
N. E. corner of Fourth and Walnut St., Cincin
nati, Ohio; Walkor <t Tavlor, 134 and 136 Wa
bash Avenue, Chicago, 111.; Collins Brothers,
southwest corner of Second and Vine Sts., St.
Louis, Mo. [4thw.ea.mo.lyrOct22
I'liiladclphla & Erie Railroad.
I'HIS great line traverses tlie Northern and North
' west counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie
in lake Erie. It ha- been leased and is operated by
tlie PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
Time of passenger tiains at EM PORIUM.
Lfc AVE EASTWARD.
Frie Mad Train 5:10 p. M.
Erie Express Train 12:24 A. M.
Erie Mail Train 12:00 A. M.
Eric Express Train 2:17 A. M.
Passenger cars run through on the Erie Mail and
Cxpress l rains without chap go both ways between
Philadelphia and Erie.
NEW YORK CONN'ECTON.
LeaYe New York at 900A. M , arrive at Erie Jo.oo A.M.
Leave New York at 6 00 p. M., arrive at Erie 7 15 p. M.
Leave Erie at 5 30 p. M.,a>rive at New York 4 40, p M
Leave Erieat 9.10 A.M., arrive at New York 10.10 A. M
ELEGANT SLEEPING CARS on all Night trains
For information respecting Passenger business,ap
ply at Corner of SOthand Market streets, ft)ifad*|phhi
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents
S. 4. Kingstou, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market streets.
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
\Vm. Brown, Agent, N. C R. R , Baltimore,
tl. 11. HOUSTON, General Freight Agt. Philada
II W. GWINNER, General Ticket Agt. Philada
A. L. TYLEK, General Sup't, Erie.
The GREATEST and most SUCCESSFUL
1 NVENTION of the age ! !
Every prudent farmer should have one.
Secure your OWN territory.
Apply early at the office.
Exchange Buildings- Harrisburg, Pa,
Feb. iU, 1867. 3\v
Administrators M dice,
N* OTICE is hereby given that letters of Adminis
tration on the estate of Samite ,8. Whit,. de -'d
! Into of Independence. N. Y., have been grsntid to,
the undersigned; theretore all persons indebted to
said estate will please make immediate payment, ind
tic se having claims against the same, will present
tl en duly authcntic.an d, for settlement to
OKOitGii 8, WHITE, Adaiiuibtratjr.
fob. 26,1867. i
Miss M. E. DAY I DSON will open a Select I
School bt tbe Coudersport Academy, on Mou- :
uav, March 4. 1867, to continue Twelve weeks, j
Those intending to* teach will receive special j
. Tuition, to be paid at the middle of the Term,
1 ntermediate, 4 00
Common English, 5 00
Higher, <• 6 50
liuuk Keeping, (extra), 1 "0
1 ncidentals, w,>
Coudersport, Feb. 4, 1867. 3w
Firth's Music Store,
363 Broadway, 3ST. Y.
(Successor to Firth, Son d" Company,)
Manufacturer and Importer of
And every description ot Musical mereliaiitlise
8 le N w York Agency for the celebrated
(■ilinorc V Co s lsantl Instrument*.
Our Band Department is under tliepersouel supervi
sion of Mr. D. L. DOWNING.
Wholesale and Retail Dep>t for the unrivalled
KTHurdett Cottage Organ-it
Which challenges comparison as the most effective
iiistrumei t yet 'tiered to the public.
Few and Choice Music Published Daily,
jlf Catalogues and Price Lists of Instruments fur
■ ished on application.
Latest Music from all the leading Pubhshersin
Bjy .Any piece of Music, or Music Book,sent by
mail, post-paid, on receipt of retail price.
BSFOrdere by mad for Music or Instruments receive
prompt and careful attention.
■y rf- \\\ a , H )ds wart anted toproveas represented,at
ITRTH'S MUSIC STORE,
18-23.lyear 563 Cro"dway, New York.
In Lewisviile, Potter County, Pa
THE undersigned desires to inform the in
habitants of Potter County that he is pre
pared to do all kinds of
WAGCN AND BUGGY WORK
and Blacksmitliing, at the lowest prices. New
work—both light and heavy, built to order.
Having bought the Wagon Shop known as
E. Hackett's Mill Shop, in the village of Lewis
viile, and with the assistance of Water Power,
and the best of seasoned Lumber, he will do
work on short notice, at the Cheapest Prices.
Call and see for yourselves.
N. L. KIMBALL.
Lewisviile Feb. 4, 1867.—tf
WANTED —A good Workman. A man with
a family preferred.
NOT A HUMBUG!
I am authorized to sell Duty's ' huheg and Wool
Washer iti the county, and having used one for
three months I say, unqualifiedly, they are just what
they promise-a good thiug. A strong man or
woman can wash as much in two hours as a woman j
can wash on a lommon washboard in eight liou'S.
A fair test will convince any one that it is no humbug.
1 will sell them at a profit cf ONE DOLLAR on each
Machine. Correspondence invited.
I als > sell the Univei sal Clothes Wringer with cogs
Anv Wringer will answer that will work a tub.
Usual price of a Washer, sl4 "d sl6
" " Wringer, 850 10 and sl2
I will sell considerably less, my object being chiefiy
to introduce a useful article. L. BIRD.
Brookland, Pa., Dee. 26, 1866.
GRUMANIA, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 18C3.
N'OTICE is hereby given that Cbarlc? IJu
shor, now or late of this county, holding
the following described property, has not ye'
paid any consideration whatever fcr the same,
and all persons are hereby warned not to pur
chase any of said property of the said Btishor
before the decision of the Court is given in
this case and C. Bushor has paid to me the
consideration money therefor.
The following is the property :
Ist. A certain tract of land near the Ger
mania Mill, in warrant 5075. Abbott township.
Potter county, Pa., containing 100 acres.—
Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining
2nd. A certrin tract of land, with Mill and
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Pottei
county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
C. Bushor holds also in trust warrant no.
2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa._
on the road leading from Germania to Gaines,
containing 850 acres.
tf WM. RADOE.
F O U T Z'S
Horse anil Mils Powders.
__ -—i nc
this animal, such as LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS,
t rmiiat c:
miserable skeleton into a fine-looking and spirited
To keepers of Cows this preparation is invaluable.
It increases the quantity and improves the quality
fn all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Fleers in
or entirely prevented. If giveri hi time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for sl.
S. A. IUOTJ r & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DRIT. AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers through
out the United States.
Sold by P, A. STEBBINS & CO.,Coudcr;-
) port, Pa. * j
rpilE undersigned would inform the Citizens
[ of Potter that he has
50 Tons of Plaster'
at his store in Millgrove, which he ttill seil as
low as anv place on the railroad,
* R B. S. OOLW ELL.
Millgrove, N. Y., Feb. 5, 18G7.
Do You Know It ?
DO you know that Neuralgia and Rheumatism can
he cured ? l>o vou know that ninny p" \ sufferers
!' oiii the aches and pains prevalent at tnia season
of the year, liave found welcome reliel by using a new
and powerful remedy edled
It is the great external remedy tor Jseurslg'n. rtn
mutism,Quinsv,Sore Throat,Nuiabm ss of the Ltmb,
Crick In the Hack, Pleurisy. Chilblains, and many
; otb.-r diseases which are cured and always benefited
Iby an outward application. It is so prompt in its ac
tion. so safe and convenient, so easily applied, that
everybody wiil use it. Salutiller is sold b ali dealers
in medicine at 50 cents uer bottle.
KOK SAI.E KT
Ellison tfe Thoinjxson, and Chas. S. Jones, iit
Coudersport, and by Burtis & Potter, Ulysses,
A NEW MAN
C. H. ARMSTRONG,
Would respectfully inform the citizens of
Potter county that he has purchased the
; Store, and
recently owned by Henry J. Olmsted, and
will continue the business ut the old stand
IN THE OLMSTED BLOCK.
Where he will keep constantly on hand a
LARGE AND CAREFULLY
of everything usually kept in a Hard
ware Store, among which will be found.
SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE,
COOKING, BON AND PARLOR
TIN AND SHEET-IRONWARE
Such as Plows, Scrapers, Cul
HIS WORK IS WELL MADE and
\ of GOOD MA TERTAL. Good
and substantial Eaves-Troughs
put up in any part of the
GIVE HIM A TRIAL !
i Coudersport, Feb. 5, 1867.
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE!
fTIHE subscriber respectfully Informs the citizens of
X Coudersport and '.lie public in general, ibat be
lias opened a
I READY MADE
ALLEGANY CO, N.Y
One door below
I ANDERSON $ DOOLITTLFS
HARD WARE STORE,
: Where will be found at all limes, a Complete Assort
! ment, and latest styles of
i FURNISHING GOODS,
I Our motto is :
Cheap for Cash, Quick Sales
1 Small Profits, But One Price.
New Goods received every week.
Call and examine our Goods and Trices before going
IS K OPP.
FINE FANCY FURS!
CKIAS. A. 11 EK I'M 11,
No. 497 Broadway, and 37 Maiden Lane, New York,
Importer, Manufacturer and Shipper of
| Offers llis large and well assorted stock of Fine Furs,
| in all stylus, at lowest Manufacturers' prices.
Highest price paid for SHIPPING FURS,
i tuT Sena for Circular.
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
No attention paid (o the cost of
Pro in pi ronlonnil) (o 1 lie; Lowest
Market Prices is our established
We are determined to give tbe
| public the Benefit of the FALL,
Wc shall try to prove the Rule
"Works both Ways."
You paid high prices when goods
went up, we will see to it that
you pay low prices now GOODS
Others may go down, but we do
not intend to be beaten.
All we ask is to give us a Call.
Shop as much as you please. If
you know our prices we 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 bef
articles for the least money. Ours is the
Store where that can be done. COME,
SEE, and be CONVINCED.
All kinds of
Cotton Goods I
we are now offering at prices which can
! not fail to strike the purchaser as
CALICOES WITH THE STARCIf
OUT OF BOTH CLOTH AND
| BROAD CLOTH,
Plain & Fancy
! STANDARD MUSLINS*
Bleached and Unbleached
Muslins of all Prices.
Flannels of all Colors,
SILK & LIN FN
H A NDKERCHIEFS,
i Ticking, Stripped Sliirtingv
Denims. Crash, Toweling
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
All-Wool Delaines, Amer. Delaines.
Of all kinds. COFFEES, WHITE & BROWN
SUGARS, SYRUP ,j- COMMON MOLASSES,
GREEN k BLACK TEAS, SPICES of all
kinds. A great variety of the oest brands of
SMOKING A CHEWING TOBACCO. Com
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.
CU4RLES S. JONES"
Coudereport, June 5, IS*6