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• • I;rc i ni a Lady. -
• Wlsiet twrost, Saratoga C0...N. Y., /
July 6, 1866. S
. Pa. Tiosficrstk—Sir : I have long delay ed writing
to you my a ncere thanks for the good yon have done
n.y . daughter. 1 can truly say that i.mhing but 'the
kind hand of Provideliee and .oul BirresaiDlVe F - -
cd her from an earlj7 grave. kor three years 1 hay,
been doctoring lieyith syrups and all kinds of bit
ter.; that hare been ecomrnetide.l . to tie for her i he
'sides having two ti st-rate physitaatis ; but al. Seem
ed to do her no • gockl, while I wus searching the al•
manses - and all the newspapers t tat 1 could get hold
of,in - hopes of Ending something that would suit her
- case. Accidentally there came part of a newspaper
around some • goods that I bought at the Spa. In
lking It over I isaSstitt a glance that your Birraan
was just what she needed. I sent the next day to
Hallstou Spa and fp t'a boithrof your Storks. She
commenced takiog them, and such a change in one
week with her appetite, and the distress wiiich.eic::
uals occasioned, and that burning in the stomach,
never saw in my-life, as there was in her.- It.lne . has
taken three bottles. and le LOW able to work all the
time. I think there is a littletierangement of the liv
er. Please send rite three hoiden more, which I
think will care herutirely. We and others thought
she had a disease o the heart. but that beatir.g and
Buttering that woilld almost stop her from breathing
at times, Is ittl gone. retire, with respect;
. 1 Mes. AMANDA MCPIINRSON.
TO OWNERS OF HORSES AND
. , CATTLE:
T()BIAS.' DEID Y CONDITION POWDERS
Are Warr:lmm superior to any ()there, or imply.
for the cure of Liatemper ' norms, Rots, Coughs,
lild&bount1; 1 , Colds. 5:e., in Horses ; and ' Colds
Coughs, Lo s of Milk. Bl.reff Tothrue, limn Dletem
per. Ste., In Cattle. These 1:ote :ere were Monet lv
put up hy ...31vpdon I. Toh as .
.1.1 of or. Tobitte, and:
since Ide drat ft. the liccnand has beeit no great lot
them, that Dr. Tultimi hae coatt need to Maunfactore
them. They Are ,erfecAlY safe and innocent ; noticed
ut moppim: the corking Of your annnalet. They In
cream , the ape -ti e,.gLve a One coat, cleanse the f tan•
ewb and urinary oreatin ; afro Increase the milk of
co .vs. Try them, and you will' never be without
them. }(tram I.lroodruir, the celebrated trainer of
trotting horses, into need them fur veare, and recorn•
Mends tltem to Mt friends. Col. l'hito I'. Biteb, of
the Jorome Race Course, Furdlottn, N. T.. would not
use them until Ilt. was told of what they are rent
posed, since whir / Ile in never without them. Re
hem over al en nhi ttg horses in him utter:re, end-for Om
last. three years has u-ed no other . medirinee fug
them. Re has k tally permitt,eibturi to refer nay nne
to him: Over 1,001) of her refereneA cat h • seen B[o4.
depot. Sold by 'Drutrefets end Shd,lera. Price 25
cents per bor. Depot,s6 Cortiandt Street,New York
Important 1 Qualities, T3ratiil-:
reth's V'illa so Stimulate all the interi"r
power' of toe ,j'eflefli that every po,son or hnpu ity
is furoad trom tie blood into the bowels, and. thug.
pea/We off. itVl lit Ca., , e11 . of fockhess wit oleo Is
eoreil by the fled of 6or 8. Brandreth's :Pille.
which, when the oca tanon is full and complete,leave
the blood as free from poisonous and crilicaltily mat
ter se that of a new-burn lail,,e. In colds inn:imam
tort' dieeases, and seen In chblera. their use I estorer
to health sootier than all oilier remedies,hecatise the:,
take front the blood and boa-els those matters upol
which pains, cm, nips, and aches depeud for cos
Ouptain isstael Eholtli,s4 Sing Slag, eays, thirty 6 . 1
Drandreth's l'il/S,takett -scoot - dine to direction-,eurell
him of a very severe bronchial affection after °the)
means had failed,aud be wishes his - n macrons friend's
to know the fazt.. .. -
firendretles• Pills. Principal Office. Brandreth
House, Sew ~ .1", 0 r1z.. Sold HI-0 by all ithigisists. Se
say name on ,Croverntlieut stamp, without wit'eh the
pills are spiailou l s- B. BRAYDILETII.•
Aker's 'Cherry I'ectoral •
Tl 3 n riootitinz.expectorant, prepared to meet tin
urgeut tined of a elites/aid reliahlecu re for distal& i.
of throat avid - lungs. A trim/ or many years ha
estatillehed the fact, that it is more efficacious i
pulnionary affections, tirse -. any other remedy. Its
effic,ney has nob. come ea : getter:ay known, twit i
IP ju-Ily regard ri in intiny eountri en as a medicioe o
indispensable ec esaiti. to lireat If itttin, Franc,
and (Seimany, vhere medical science bas reached l:,
higheei perfect ii, it is prescribed in tkitni,tie prig
lice, and constantly used in , the srinnt. in ho pittil
aind other public institutions; where it lie regal-ed I.*
,the attending Physicians as tbe most speedy and
agreeable re a..- that, can lie employed. Seareefi
any neighborit dcan be found where well know
ic.iseii of .. .diseased longs Which had battled the effort
of the mod Pk Ll!ftil and especieueed doctors, haven.%
been permanently cured by it. These ' , sults are ill.
most convinoirigpriads - tir thesnperior curative prop
erties 02 this Preparation - rya! tu them the author
point with pec!itliar PAIL.? stint,. White it is .mosi
laowerful against oonfirnied diseases, it is extrem e l
gentle as a medicine in infM,ey and youth' lint
quite - harmless t, even the youtoged,when adminis
This health•restOrer tart-O. raplirdies' even Mere bi
prevention than cure. If fasen hi ,-03.,..11, it bests at
frrleatione of tile throat and lungs; whether arislo4
from Colds 01-COnglis,..or from of her causes, and that,
prevent that hang t rainier pat liful - and incur:lllle di
eases, which would arise from the Neglect or them
llenoe no family should be. without IL Iffitienzo
Croup, Hoarseness Whooping Cough; Pletnisv, 11l
eipient Copsumption, yind ocher afTectbms of tit,
breathing firi,l,rstis, give way lieroer . .i, this pre ernicen .
COM b. WI tri 0I 1 of roesiited virtues.
Prepared iby Dab. d.`. AY ER. it - , Co., Lowell
.. i f ir
g .Dyss., and sold by all ,ggists and dealers in med
icines everywhere. - / -
E.REMINCTON & SONS
Miff.u.sax-ett sfa Cztar7zsi..l3.4e,
For the United States Service, Also,!
POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS. REPEATING PISTOLS,
Rnetx CANES, REVOLVING RIFLES, Rifle
td Shot Gun Barta•ta, and Gun Materills,.sold
ky Gan Dealers and .Ire Trade generally.
/4 these days of glousehreakiny and Robbery, every
Houite, Stoe,' Bank, and Office should Race one of
Partias dtjsiri ng t.. avail them...lves of the hits int
piovem , ,nts !in Pistols, and 1-uperior workmanship and
form, will and all combb.e.l iii the 111,..
Circulare !e.t.a:tin:lig ems and de,eriptions Of our
Arms willibe fu•nished npo lion.
E. REMINGTON & /NS Mon, N. Y.
Moons: 67, Nicnots, AavntA,
lyll No. 40, Courtland Si z„ New York
MOTHERS. READ THIS
Nursing Syrup !
For Dierrhoea.TVAenterv, Cholic, Cholera Morhrie,
Cholera Ilifaetum, Fitp Isom Worrne, Spam , , Wind
in the Stomach and thlwele, &e , but
For Children when. Teething,
11/ PRODUCE SLEEP.
I with to call your au eniton to the above medicine
as being superior to any ever before odered the pit hlic
for the purposes for wi recommend it. Very
many children !rem their bfrih are
IRRITABLE, NERVOUS, RESTLESS 4ND SLEEPLESS.
They aye in a state of nervous excitemtmt ; fbri r
and c: ice
moans denote some functional deratteement of the
system. which •equ res but. the least exciting cause,
and they fall a prey to disease.
THE PERIOD OF TEETHING
K. the most critical of any durlue the llfe of the child;
.e.nd more c tiild ren die during this period h al I utile
,cambined. According to statistics waich tire well
.Seveuty-five out Of every hundred that die under two
years of age, die - (tom disecves caused bg teething
Tor producing a quiet ' p
natural, and refreshing slee,
.one from which the child will awaken feeling refie.,
cad and gleeful, •
The (Narring; Syrup has no Erynol:
For the benefit of mothers and nurses.we would nal,
vise you, when I t o chid is restless, feverish. thir.t.;
;head hot ,face flushed, tomme coated.pul-e quickened;
.to give a warn bath. followed by appropriate uosesut
the NCILSrI.IG dYSCr, and
ITS MAGICAL EFFECTS WILL GLADDEN YOUR HEARTS
Ali we aslz is for soa to try one bottle, and it 3M,
are not fully eatified after using half of a, return aft,
the agent and get your money. Try it wink' your
children me Teething, and you will find thh , Syrup
par-excellent. 1t renders that process east' anti c"use,e
the teeth to penetrate the gums, without p mincing
lhoseconstittiVonal and ofttimes fatal symptom- so
often witnessed tp children, Trp it in nervous wakl
fid and Ir.itableehitd.en. It can he given to the most
delicate' infant with perfect sof. •ty Ask qtr it and
take aolither. Nags' 25 CR' TB ?XII IMTTLfi.
EL.WIIEELER , .tiale Proprietor,
Chemangto., N. Y.
nlorders will .rotnotattenn ena attent
OJ &TIIOMPSONI Agents for onderitttort.
limit by all Druggleta and Country Mural/able
CUE COUNTY JOUitNAL
Coudersport, Ttiesday Evezung.
Locall and General.
G• on Pcmoleum EllisonThompsons.
/ zir Opt young friend, N. 'IL Glassmite;-.Eas
iesied aarm clear kreilericit.Alld- and is giii.ig
to be a f met We I r.
• 1 :, I
~ trust he will meet with the successll e dff,,ervet. ' ...
Mr The Sena,4.: Imo poi:A.lla joint resolution
recommended' by Gen. Howard,. granting
million dollars to relieve the dtztitute people
of the south. '
7:91" Messrs..! Webb do - Nelsen,' formerly of
ItOulet, haTe othened a Store in the lower story
oftheJousfutioffice, where they keeli a
generous assortment of Merchandise. Give them
Ret:L. Stevens,Wastor of the N. E.
Church I>f this Place. 1:31 been,holling a pro
tracted rueeting durit j ig; t4e past reek-, with
very . moderate Sueeesa. We understand that
tneettngs 'will be held every evening (except
SaturOay ) during . the I .resent week:.
dressd4 Fernando Wee
119 a art tbe grea
i That heart did
41 1 those who in 1
: Were se-ally wa:i
New 17,AI:el—thus ad
est man alive
ver see ;
Krr history thrive
zWA fund bus be,
and reit a first-class
the Isiew'orleans Inc
Chell)Lva4y of the pu
papei wil be issued oil
n'ra'-ed irfricient to'start
italicsl paper, to be c:Alt.(l
rblic ni. New Orleans .
Ushers is vouched fori•v
Stevens, Wade, Logan
'and }Toward. The first
the 25th inst.
M. Wit are please
soil ' l ab eatiy has over
ane4 at lier Select '
Miss Davillson (Tette
cii,f4Coratile circa lost
to note that Miss David
forty s:holars in attend
.chool in the Academy.
tier school under rather
lices and ae are sincerely
I•reaATig higns of SLICCEK...
re those of all true friend,-
pleased to see the
gull best 'wisher,
of e'ducation, are wit
been convicted in Brook
itial evidence of an inter-.
had left !il• eu, rof a
erniss, and be bad in
`his arrest the box,!attach
torn Ifraumunts of a reve
ng on the cover, the broke ,
fined exactly, and-oni th::s
ve,4 to the penitentiar:.
1::437 A burglar ha
kyr' uu the circumsta
nal 'revenue stamp.
tnatc-I.?i)x on! the p
rioeket at the time o
ed to which was the
nue stamp. On plac
* ge .: t i.e stamp
fur ten years.
rgr Capt. A F ~1/mes and lion:Joseph*Mato
have bousht the ;a 111. ya l d :b.unt l it- 6tore for;t
Merly owned by D. l E. Olmsted. in tho, ‘illa'ge
i .t. , . m: .o ..;c of terling integrGy an t i.
L.:Tat, experience in the usiness; and ni, doilb.
sill receive a large shar of the trade ; of th . o.
vicinity. Mr. Olmsted goes to New York ti.
he spring togenjein the Wi o ,l e .%ale Clothing;
~ usiness, where vo hope he may meet witb
he same success which has crowned his effort:
The conspicuous part GoverHr Gen*
nook to the piceeditigs of the late State Tem
erance 16otcrmstion, and the r.:a•iy
.16 lti,re. us a life temperance man, favor' fit
he cause, base secured fox hint the applause Ot
he frieMds u 6 sobiiety everywhere, and in an
special manner I thanks of the clergy. I n
ilarrisburg the \ latter, in a body, have presenjed
111111 with the exPresSion of their warm acknowl.
edgments, t..Ttifyid , 4 to the: great value of his
exaple,„.and the :W4ight of his influence in
behalf el the cause yl,f ttntperance. at a moment
when _habits: of iiitdictcatik so widely p,e‘ail.
Governor Geary has fairly Wt..ei this praise. '1
MEIiOANDA ton TOUNG txrans.- 7 -Have a gO , .d
Piano or none. B sure to Intve \ a„ "dreadful
cold" when asked to "favor the cOmpamy."
Cry at a 'welding but don't faint. 1-11wtiys
Acream a t a spidtri Never leave your euilTa- .
pets in the drawing room, Drop your ',mak.
kerchief ,When youi are going to' faiot, Mind
you ate "engaged"' if you don't like your 'part
ner:, i.),jure ringlets on a wet day. Never
faint , lfinless it is colvenient to fall'into the arms
of the young gentlmoan you love. Remember
it is'ijulgar in' t extreme to know what your
niother is goitig to have for dinner. When yon
go a ~ hopping be sure to take your ma along to
e.arrvl th ' elm !idles. •
ar Mr.. Charles , Prescott, of the town of.
Corthuidt, N.Y., about the mid Ile of last yep
temper, lost from hit. vest pcieliet at night after
guise to bed, abod eight 'hundred and flirty
dollars, rolled togedier. How he lost the Mon
ev,b'e. did mit knowl; no burglars having' been
in thi house tbrougii the night, Ile suqatieted
a serliant who hatrlived for a long time in the
family, but who w believed to be strictly hon
est :Ma he did, no tell any person of hirj hiss
except his wife', and they determined to• wait
and watch. A shot time since Mr,. l'lt-seolt
was looking for some pieces nf old muslin io a
closet, On the floor she found an old bag, and
in the folds of ilia mouse bad mede her';nest,
and lin4 it withithe missing greenbacks, Which
were well Fr .eser'k - ed. - 1
fr- --f-t--• -.0.--..-
O ur S t ate Orphans.
of Thomas H. Burrows, State Su
pointeAidebt of the sob hers, orphans, has just
been Published, and contains Many interestirg
staternent.4., • I t its well 1- no Nil that The State
has assumed the
i care and education of the or
pha•l Children d': Pennsylvania soldiers `who
gave up tlieir hies in defense of. the country. I
Schools have bden organized, and the children,
boys and 'rrbeingirls, itre cared fur and educa•
j- - .
ted. Dif.rtig tlie,past year four new- schools
have beeh established, and three additional
. 1 1
Schools.:now required, will be organized as 'soon.
as possible. There have been admitted during
tile year 1',575 children, and the total number
of scholar on the Ist of t)ecember was .. , ,655,
of whiet . l,s9l were boys, and 1,0137 girls. These
are all cased fur until they reach the age Of six
teen, wh9n they are discharged, being judged
comp-tent at that age to do something toWttrds
earning a).livelihood. The total expense id 7 the
system for the year ending November 30 was
$309,140P.G, which is a small sum, when we
'consider he benefits which are to be deriied
1 fm'in it.• 'I • i ~„.
MThe Washington correspondent of the t ilir Spring is coming and with it the usual
Lafayette (lnd.) Courfcr . ti "geseribinz the late i l amount of spring sewing. Every family roc
reception of the President, thus alludes to his already supplied, should purchase one of Shaw
wifq : -.Mrs: Johnson appeared at the reception:(k. Clark's Improved Sewing Machines of 51;....,...
for the first time. 1 felt deep anxiety to see V. C. Dyke. These Machines are simple cheap .
the 'woman who had taught her husband -toi l durable, and give perfect satisfaction to all who
read, and inspired him with that lofty amhition . use them. Inquire at this Office.
f - I
which led to place and power. She stood near
thelPresident to hisright . ; pale, thin, stamped
with care and sickness-t-an exprinsion of deep
curiosity. Looking for a moment at each per
son introduced, her eyes would drop immedi
ately in meditative thoughtfulness, l as if her
mind and heart were killed With thOtights and
eniut.Maisr . carr. different from the giddy throng
pas.sing by. All 'who know her speak well
, dl her"
Nalch. 19, IE6I
/ • Or Charles F. Browtie, the humOrist, better
known as "Arteruas Ward," under, which to
bripuct he. had gained a World-wide: reputation
mid' handsome fortune, died iu Seadhampton,
England, on Wednesday the 6th inst. About
4 y l ear ago 31r. Browne went to England to cle
Oer there a series of comicbectures, and be
.come one of the staff of the London Punch.
i is Cog,it,tertienta were 'very profitable, Mr.
Ilrowne's career as a humorist began during his
cOuttection with a • nawspaper at Cleveland.
upon which be was employed as local editor,
an.] to which -be first conrr.buted his letter
des% -.ri,dive of the career aml observations of
"A rtemus Ward," a showman of "wax figgem"
These speedily attracted attention by their vig
or and piquaucy. The wit of "Artemu.s" was
not so tit Inlaid or n-lined as that of “ausea
litglow." but it was much more palpable, and
as be ti-tated subjects of gets.mai interest a...T
stimititon observation, it speedily attracted pop- ,
afar attention and secured favar His early
Meath at 33 years is greatly lamented. But his
disesae. consumption winch had fastened i , self
maw a not vigorous cOnstirufion, a .‘or bore hint
We desire again to call the attention of
the farmers of this county to the great advan
tages of keeping sheep, raising cattle, soil the
:nanufacture of butter and cheese. With a
zontitry 'naturally adapted . to such a bmint-sls,
we consider it a great misfortune that the pet , -
; de have not sooner turned their ettergit. ht
:his direction. Our county is well Watered, the
rich, and there is no better forage
r,isediin any section of the United Stites than
ainotig the hills and valleys of "Little P o tter."
Jur grastkts are peculiarly adapted to the man
ufacture of good butter and cheese, and there is
00 ' reason in the world why this county should
not manufacture as Muck butter ainf cheese.
n 1 Of as good a quality, as any county of itz
size in the lintim.• 100 say this may all be
trne:' but the great question iseri./1 it pay? - Our
outer is tot ask you to look ar,coul you at the
fanners Who in a small may have kept cowS
And ittaile butter or cheese or raised sheep, and
see if they:are nut, as a class, better off in every
say, thanlhose who have drained their farms
sear by year by raising, - --uats, and such other
:rips. and selling them in lumber camps or iv
:lie railroad Y One such instance occurs to us
hat we cannot forbear mentioning. Otte gen
letnan residing a few miles front this Boning:,
Yho two years ago was reluctantly induced to
urn his attention to making butter and cheese,
last summer, from eight cows, made seventeen
undred and thirteen pounds of butter. two
.tundred and fifty-seven pounds of c teese, av-
Taging a profit on each caw of over One Han
:fro] Dollars, besides fattening four hogs with
, tie use of only fifteen bushels of grain. It is
t:rue,be has choice stock, but who cannot every
farmer in Potter-county own and raise
stock 9 We 'urge . the erection of at . least teen
...'hees-:e FFactories, in conve, tient. locatoiis. the
zomittg, Spring. and are willing to abide thi
lccision of the farmers in' their vicinity after a
year of trial. whether or nut it pays - There is
tit , r e aso n why - the cleared lands of Potter
civilly Await] tint sell for as much as the saint
land in A Regally county On the north, or Tioga
the east, where they are worth from ss: - d to
$.75 per acre- Thiak of thesethings, ye ham
ers of "Little Potteti l"
For this County areas follows:
Sylvania, Burleson School, House, 11Tarch-I:
Pike Center, I . April . :2
H. , etor, Sunderlinville, ~ ' 3
Harrison Valley, 1 “ 4
iii , 12:ilani Center, 1 -
ilehron, Greenman School 'House, u 9
Roulette, ItouleM I " " " l 0
Coudersport; ~ 33
Soarou Center, ' - '.', 20
\ \Examinations to hen at 10 A. M.
'reacher , NVIL f 11111: h thembelves with paper.
pen a‘tnl ink. 1 .
Those who intend to teach in the comity.
during this rear. wilt he et , peettil to att e lei
.once one o\flief.e Examinations, for there w:i:
he no private \ examinations, UNC(I,I 71: Couders
portom. e• last' , Sat ur-lay 171 Uaktd :11 , 111th, ancr
- A Icaebers' Drill, lriinnin., ar o'clock
A. M. April 16, and &milnuio.4 four da: . .s, wi:.
he held at Sharon Ceiii*T. I nstruct,m. in the
rheory and Practice of 'I eaching will he ,ice.,
Teachers are cordial lv iliVited = apleol this
Drill, and to hiing wlnitever Text ho.;•lts they
have. Let those interested our reolianon
schools encourage the Teacher. , by th eir pres
ence at the Examinations and Drill.
J. W. ALLEN.
Coudersport, March 7.1E467.
THE 111,•' 41/ tfl.' A CO 77' -ET.,
a , cord , nn. to Moto is rendered tenri))// more terri
ble by Its
"Horrid Hair , "
sod there are thous,' ds of fiery. i.arn of heads sylliet.
ta'tz..l 'be g c;j:t•
il”.ir tint to a tnelb w b. own or a perletlly hat bra
CIIISTADORWS IlAltt [DYE,
'e ridtealous to C'r'y into a ler•-y, sandy tr.
carroty head, ,vl:en m mit v s l , wo,bid
e N:111.1!(• corll.l it
ufartured C I? tST fl Dffitt
Astor I lour,c New York Sold ay d uoo cis Ip
plied by all flior Itriwers.
eiiiiadeJliphia S Erie tltaitre)lkti
• - tiN aT!ii•te tray ie , e'S I:C Non er, and S ,, r-11..
w l'..prit.yl , ania to the f . .tt • f
On hskl• Ens•. II ha- >wen kared aa.l -pvraf tai I
the PCNNSYLVANI t rtAi 11:41, Oaf •
T d o e of of EMPORIUM%
Er'e.7.l:l I Train
Erie Expre. . I^- , 1 A. M
• LEAVE WESTWARD.
F.eie Mail Trai ............ ..... 12.00 A. Ni
EPie Elp.ess Train '''l7
l'assetizer ears ru thermrh 1111 the Erie M ail ~n
Expr.- S Mil ;IOU?. Ch..: gc bulb n'nle brtn,..•l
I . oll:lde:rhiaand Er e.
NEW YORK CUNN:C ON,
Leave e Ynrk 1,11 9.09 A. x , arrive at Eri•• 10 n 0 I.ld,
aattli New B Ork: at 500 P: xi., arrive at E• it. 7 15 r.
Leave Erie at 5 :.9 p. M., a rive al Nett' York 4 40, p
Leave Erie a' 9.10 A-1( arrive at N -sv York 10.10 e. N
ELEA:I-11;T SLEEPING C tr. nil N int t fun
F r tufoinutti u rexpecting hg,i
ply at en nor of ...10t', ),,d kreet,,Ph hid .Iphi,
And fnr Fre
,ttlit 'ynsittos, , , of the Corn a. y'a Agent..
S. . Jr , Car. 13t1.1 and MarkYt etrect,,
.1. W. Reynolds, Erle.
Win. Br .n•-• Avent. N. 08.12 , I , ittnre.
/1. 11. lIOUSI ON, Gener'al Prefght S ,•t.
W. GWINNE:R., General lleket
A. L. TTLEA, Geteral 6ap•t, Erist
Dr. Schenik's Pti!manic Syrup.
This great medicine cured Dr. J. H. Schenck,
the Proprietor. of Pulmonary:- Consutitption,
when it had as s umed its most formidable aspect
and When speedy death appeared to be inevita
ble. His physicians pronounced his case incur
able, when he commenced the use of this simple
but powerful remedy. -its health was regored
in a very short time,and o i l.) return tti the discs...
has hues apprehended. the !symptoms
quickly -oisapivared. and and'his present weight is
wore than two hundred pounds.
Since hut recovery. he has devoted his a,teti
tam exclusively to the cure of consuMptiothatid
the thaves which are complicated renth it, and
the cures effected by his wedicinesa dtare been
very numerous and truly wiiderfa. Doctor
Schenck makes prufesAional visits to several of
the larger cities weekly, where he has a large
concourse of patients, and it is truly astonishim:-
to see poor consumptives that have to be lifted
out of their carriages, and; in a few months
healthy, robust person. Dr. SCIIZSeIeS, l'etato-
NIOSTACP. SEANkkED T,,NicAint Ai AND itAag Ptt4s,
are gen. rally 3.lrequ red iii curaig consumption
Full directionhaccompauy each.so that any one
can take them Without seeing Dr. Schenck; but
when ii,.: Cl/11V0112Cla it is 'nod to see bim. H.
gives advice free. but fora thorough eiamikin
iton w 4.11. his ILespiroineter his fee three dollar
I lease obseree,when purchasing, that the two
tkeness of the doctor. one when in the last
stage of comiumption, and the other as he 110l1;
i . 13. in perfect health, are. on the peen/me/it
General Whillesals Ageas: 1/entas Fiarneri k
u., f'ark Kow. Neir lurk ; S. /Lune,.
lit I.tallinfore St..; D,Park.
N. E. corner of Fourth and Watiiui St- l'incin
nati. Oliiii; Waikor & favlor. and 136 Wa
bar..".li A Ve/ILIC. hicago„
~.ontliwest corner of Second and Vine
Louis, Mu. : [:klw.camu.ltrUet!3
44mi:11ml/ alor.' Notice.
W4 atl:6 otrrlt.
t.;•Jaderoport, dry d. bay , br. a er.tu,ll to IL1:1
ei4,,ed, 1.4 pe 'N ei. 41,1 13: rd •id • wale ar•
rrqueNte 110 trri.e 11, suit h...
is v•zez azaill..t the wane., wlti pr , •rut
duly Autl/e,,tic4l d f to
M A ILIA I VEA, )
A. SI It • 1 . 0.5. 5 • Admialstrittars. -
A. 4; 01.%17 4 1' Ell, S •
Conr!••tieriv•r,z Mx ell 4. 1567.
C r AV 'll ITV 1
the GREATEST and trio4-.sUCCES.r UL
I N F.,'N of the uge ! !
Every prudent farmer. Atould have one.
Secure your. OWN territory.
Apply-early-at tlic office.
Exchange Buildings. Harrisburg, Pa.
Feb. iv. lcu.. 34'
11" E rub:tribe? reapectfu4
Uuude spurt aud pudic iu taut
G ETV: 74 BL4ICK
• WELLSVILLE, •
One door below
ANDER.O.Ar 6 - DOOLITTLE'S
lIARD WARE STORE.
Where will ( l,.fitind at all times, a Complete Assort-
Meta, 1.1:,d hlkte/it •ty les of
j i IIATS,
•beao Cala •: I.: S.:l9s
Small Profizs, Bat One 2.ricd.,
.N - ?Z." Of .<F. reccea eVery vt.pek
call a: , 4 ioNini;,e our 6 ode aid l'r co. 'Mon. gotng
wou;:t wit)/ ill the e;tizei
"of Putter ti.ati he lief
I it • el, he will sell a
4iw aS tiny he ra::ri.Thi.
B. S. COLWELL,
Milh,rnive. N. V. Feb. 5, 1867.
p i all A.,
g(,•11. tl‘e 1.11 - K.V•i a • , am-art:milt a,
>CHOOL .11 , 1
... - 3LANK BOOKS,
• P0t.11.1 BOOKS,
Nlemorandury Diaries, Gold &
Bieel Pens,. ' ocket Knives, Law
Blanks, and Llationers Goods
e f.m r:1 in the , country.
Ile ha aic., ail led
i.ookirqr Glassasts. net t. l .Armn-Tos and Sqv 8 , -
1.1) Ls() tii...ASS 1•1.. t I'. C a l ,
.rMa.at Cl 0.•-• Picture Vrarnes a..tl
nottldingsiii ery Val ie,y.
tie Azelit for 1110 I.
'7 •W ES TIC SPITING CIILVE"'
'he •'mpitPl and L. P , ,ehine let the
~,ialle a d the Cr LT M tie ti me.. 4 a Llaraelleo
eat= St, el mille It t l.te time.
:le hi :lei .114- n , lore.elerel Fii et Claw , •
P1.A.N.0 FORTES. •
C A BLVE T-OPG A 1 S '
nci MEL ODE OA'S
I.vhicli he trill se,i on very fa orsble terms.
Beautiful Loliday Gods,
an their €.1.,41301:1. .
Special attention trill be z'i-en to drde re from abrerad,
a.,y art tlr a m 1, 6 ti e.
ealers furLisheti with School Books at Publisber',
Dee. 11, 1566.—[17•
ALLEGANY CO., N.
The itna's Loss by the Pcirt4nl Fire ' .
The total arnount
. covered by .cEinairolicies
on properly d&trayed Or dimagediso - 3. 16,854
on which salvage will he about 5 per ceint. Oul
wtal loss Will &A vary Much from s23o haml
is being promptly adjusted and pal . This
..um is a per cent. upon the assets. a Lfigure lni.
slightly exceeding the Governmental State
taxes paidlast year, or a proportion equal to'
a $5OOO less for it coinpany ! of $lOO,OOO asse....
The necessity for insurance and the Value of i
wealthy, strong corpor4: ons.„10: foreil;4s',lll.us:
. by Chis Sire, Sereml weak insurance
Companies are destroyed. . Portland Mesa pop,-
[dation of 35,000;-was handsomely built,mostly
line brick or - stone structures--protected ai,t
.‘erceiled with npwa'ds of 3:1011 shade trees—
botnided on three sides by water---;yileedliter
allY, almost risiot from the ocean—and With a
ooti stiltin tire departient,--yet it has $lO.-
'400,000 of property consumed in a few hours—
upon a holiday wlien.its people are le.st oiMe
pied—freni the v'ery insignicant eausevfalcon-.
:eruptible fire cracker.
Remember the trilling origin of fires tha
, weep away in a few hours the earnings of vent:
Consider your best interests and giVe the ;Etna
agent a call if voo need proper I 11?UiII/I , T se
curity. Policies issued at fair terms. .
M. 'W. M'itl, VRN Eli, i Agent.
1 Coudersport, July 27, 1866. ; ' if.
' CM" LOST, II()!V RENT(inti .Trot piih-
H ot D CUINERWEIXr -:
ed Eiesay on the rad c.il rut,. (Without iced
Ane) or dpyrnantorrnoes,, or erminsl
iihintary Sentinel Lo-oefl, linponency,
Mays eia Iter p4elly, lenpedlinen, to Mari lace, etc
usu. c o . en , n pii end Fits haducyd by
or eexlil extras:tam/re: -
• • Pricy, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents-'
celetira•el 'author • fit this radurrahle e. 1 4-
ilemonstiie es trim a thirtyy, rare' stii . ceinfu
.ti :lie alarm nil co:nu-fineness of eeirattuta
nay b e radically cured wittieut the d at :reruns u•e
i iernal medicine or the uppfeirion of. the - knife -
anii . - ti•iu out u'utody of cur•• at otter simple, ern:a.
"II eff ctu•d, by m.-ens of which eve-y
idetter 'what II:. e.na tit Illay be, may cute
end radically. • • ' -
••• lecture should he in the bands of ever'
youin and every men in the laud,
tient, on aerie .1,10 a plena envelope, to:any ed.irese,
poet on recieipt of -ix ve..d.s, -en poet stainpe
Adares-e the ptlialleeere. -- •
ell.it3 C. KT,I NE .1: Ci 1.,
121 Bowery, t„, 4
Do You Know It
D°you know that N•iura bra and Illteurhallion vil
lie cured I • o y in k.,ow that malty pa Jr en d'erer.
1 ma the araies .and pains eo prevalent at ilea aeatra
of tn.- ye •r, bare fourel welcome relief by using a nee
and powe tut reMiiilye l'el
SALUTIFE 7 Z, !I - , -.
~. e%i ..x •••11, i I , l'l lle 4% Ult . Netareizia, Rh-n
/ 1 ' 1.4 k ,SO re T I,rtial.N.uta , ineae of t be Limb
he '.oek, liettriAy. C:tilb!a , ria, at d rri L a.,
I ..414 which art cured and 'diva) r ' hi-f eiltr. ' .
141.,Td appliC Ilion . ' It IF, go prompt in it- ae•
• de ai•d• eiiuviinient ao earily applied. thto
wit; u-c it. B.tlut tiler is bold b. all &Care
i ae at 50eettte tier bottle. '
FOE SAIZ thy ' .
& Tborap - 41n, and Chao. S. Jones; it,
ort. and by Burris la Putter,tlyfo=e,
It the I,
PRICES ! !
Wonl F l respe , ffully inform the ertiecns
Potter county that he Turch , Led the;
T - F 71 7-S.MO.?
recently owned b,zi Henry J. Olmsted and
will continue Ott 6u - ':iness at the otd stand
IN THE OLMSTED BLOCK.. ,
Wheee he mill keep constantly on hand a
LARGE A 411'D CAREFULLY
of eve , )thing kept in a Herd
ware .Store, onion 7 w,Ylich will be foiuut
s l •
,SHELF & HEAVY HARDWARE,
f,'OOIUNG, BqX . .AND PA i RLORI
( - .,TOVES, '
TIN Mi) SHEET-IriNtitarir
.! • .
FR TIT SG-1 3
such as P.Cws. Scrapers, e 4.1-
HIS WORK . IS WELL MADE and
0, GO 01) MA TE RIA b. Goad
and :übsfautiai .Is,'“eu,s--TrougAs.
put up in any port of the
CrIIE 111114 TRIAILN,
Coudersport, Feb. 1t67.
FINE FANCY FURS !
Cli %S. 4: ILIERPICII.'
No. 497 8.-oadvra . y, and 7 Ma:den Lane, New 'To! k ,
importer. Manufacturer•and Shipper of
Ifr..n. hi lalge :tad sve.. ek of Fiite rtu t,
lowest Ilfanollaci❑ unt,' .
II price paid for 81.1.1.er1.'afi
tor avnd far Ctrouler.
.. . ._ . CH .
SEL CT SCHOOL= - --
Miss M. DAVIDSON will open a Selec t _
School in t e Couilervort Aeiiiienrijr, on 1,11 . 4 u tt . ; ,
a ay . m arc h . 1E67. to continue Twelve wcelra.
Those int inling to teach will receive spdp.ial
initruction fiats • , ..
Tuijon, 4, .be Flici at the middle of the Tim )
as follows : 1 , ~,
Primary. • ST M ,
, 1 nierru'ediate, 4 Q 0
- Common English, • . 5 IV
Book Keeping, (extra), ' 100
1 nciti entaE:, ' - ss
Cnudeisport, Feb..41c,,167.-3w 1
fli . tit's Music Store,
Sea 23rszoia,c2vcrea - 3r l
(Succwoi to Firth, Son d• Confix;ny,l;
Itanuf,tettiner and Ituporter of
Music et Intstritenettsitis, ' • •
Pinaiso Forte's, • '
Melodeons. • - ' ' -
Cabinet Organs, 1 L
And every description ot..Utanletsl merebinitilla
.10 N. w York AtteneY for the eelebretwi
Gilmore Co's Band Instriuneni%'
)11r aim, Department tfl under the persimel enperris
...no of Mr. D. L. DOA Is/ . .
Wuol-eule iti.d the virtrivaliteS,
?Burnett Cottage 4 02*n.an t gb,
c .alleuges,..-orop .riven its the most effective
t yet treeeti to tl.e public. ;
.2ratc and (.7tokaitaiic Patlisherl ijaita
n - a- Clt Mot:firs sod ; rriee,,Lint : t of lnateuinente furs
s D bue ti. ti. -
)111,dt:front n,ll the lead ing-Pu i blietteeetrt
D 0 7. 1 ,1 1 y piece of 1 4..1.1e. or Music '9o.k, sent hy
po-tlet 4, on releipt tif rtn I prie r ,
by nl3 I far Of 2:14t0r Inetrumt , nit
,Tolllp . careful ,
n g 0.46 .1111,in',41 to ;.ruts- e ree s sest s ietio*--
I.ltt.T:i'etit? C : 4 11'01LE,
Cu" 417. - . n.f, New 1"-cirk:
- AND • , •
fn Lewlsville,, Potter County Pa
desires to infOirn the in.
.C a hitaiits or litter County that he is pre
pared to do all kinds of
WAGeN AND BUGGY WORK
Flaikstnitliiiig, at the lowest prices. ,New
cork-6.01 light and heavy. built to order:
Havin , bought the Wagon Shop known a!
114...kytee Mill Shop, in the village of Lewis
with the 'assistance of Water Power,
t ie he t of seasoned Lundier, he will do
work short notice, at the Cheapest Prices..
Call and see fur yourselves:
N. L. KIMBALL.
Lewisville Feb. 4, 18G7.—tf
WAlsran--A:gnod Workman. A Man with
a fanipy pt.? ferred.
NOT A HUFsISUCT
lanl , authorized to Aril Doly3o Chillies and I"Gim l
v. miller in the coo Lty, and having r.ed one 611-'
.h ee tu little I .:iy, ut,qoahtiedl y , they me jt).l wild,
tne p omi,t-n nond thin;. A •Atrui.i: man or
woinal, tan wan)] no ninth in two hours , as n worrmni
~,,n Q:4l, on a -olnraon Mash b tird in eight lit-vos.
.1 fai teat will couVittc.• any o:te.*!:at it is no bumber.
I W ll -ell them at a•prinit Cf 0311 1 /01..LAn on Nob
11. chi tie. Curreal uthie:ace itivircl. , _
1 ra a , -el .'theCraiv,, , , , al Clothe. Weneer with eottil,
Am - Wringer will answer that wit work a- a tab.
U.nal price of a WASlier, •I 4 a,,d i le.
i .. Wring&r, • -.-
8 60 ." 10 tiVlll2 ..
I s.,- in .4.11 eiinsWen.hiy leas,rnyobjeci be,nz chiefly
:o nil:rod...iv a u-eful 3, Uric. L. BIRD.:
B .6okla• , 1, I'a., Ilea. 26,1666.
. 4 l' .1.4 . .)l. Ct . . i
11NIANIA, Potter Co., Pa... Itt•tg. I, 1803.:
ittlijit.)TlCE is hereby .given thitt Cberles nu:
1'1 0 ) 1 shot . . now or late of this ronnty, holding
:he following described property. has not ye'
pal' any consideration whatever fcr the same,
all person's are hereby warned not to pur
-ba,e any of said property of the said Bushor
trefdre the decision of the Court is given in
thisl'case and C. Bushor has paid to. me the
con,c ideration money therefor.
Tile following is the property :. 1
lit. A certain tract of land near the Ger-
Mania Mill. in warrant 5075. Abbott township,
Potter county. Pa., I rontaining 100 ficres..-.
Alsh.2s acres in war ant 5078 and adjoining
2nd. A ccrtrin tr
warrant 58.19. in Ste
county, Pa., contain'
ct of Innii, wit. Mill and .
n. near T. ~..0 Creek, in
artson township, Pottei
ng about 204 litres.:
lisp in mat warrant -no.
ship. Tiogn county, Peg
rom Germania, to Gaines,
C. Busher holds
2591. In Gaines tow
on the road leading
containing 850 acre
TEE. H EAVE S,
LOSS OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, /se. Its
nse improves the
w i n.d . increases
the appetite- sires
a smooth and
glossy r skin—and
transforms t h e
In all diaeasna Swine, cache as Coughs, 'Ulcers IA
the Longs, Liver,
kr., this article
acts as a specific.
By putting from
one.hidf a paper
to a . paper in
barrel of swill the
will be eradicated
or entirely prevented. If given in tithe, a certais
preventive anti care for the Hog Chetera.
Pria 25 Centa per Pape-, or 5 Papers for st,
"MEP AHED BY
IVIMIERILE D:11141 AND MIME Wet
N. 118 Franklin St., Baltimore,
For Sale by Druggists sud Storikrepirs Stinvegb ,
out the United States.
Sold by ', 3. 6TEBBIN3 k CO-,CondegilM
Porto Pa. • , -
long and favorably
known, will Mos' ,
broken.down • and
and cleansing this
stomach and Using ,
- - It is a oars tsf . llo ,
sentive of all Ala.
eases incident • 14
nu - ation is invalasktit.
inipmirei the uttaltty
of the milk. It htta
been proven by
brat experiment to
increase the quan
tity of mint...awl
&earn twentj per
cent. and make the
butter tete irA
Sweet. In fattening
tattle, it giveatintnt
an appetite. Toyama
their hide, and
taakes theta thrive