The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, April 18, 1867, Image 3

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    TO OWNERS OF HORSES AND'
CATTLE.
n nBTAB* DERBY -CONDITION POWDERS
I r.- warranted -uperiorm any other*, or pay,
for .the cure ..f Dslemp-r, Worms. BoU CoUgha,
Hide-boon t, C.>ld*. *1 . in Horse*; aud Co.d*, j
Con*!'-. l-o*ofM.i- Black Tomrue, Horn B stem
per. tc-, I" Cattle. Th.ee PoW iera were former*
out dp by S> nps.n I T-.l a*, soa ofltr. IW-, and,
UoceWa death the demand ba* been so ,zreat tor
th-ni that Pr T -hlai baa continued to rfiauufactore
them' Tl.e\ ar. perfectly safe and innocent ;no need
of stopping the workin* of your animals. They in
crease ine a- ja-tite. #ive a tine coat, cleanse the f ora
ach and ur naiy or/ans ; ali-o increase ihe milk of
c> .• Iry them, a d \ou wilt never b>- without
them. Hiram Wodrort. the celebrated trainer of
tr-.tt n< horse*, ha- used ihem for years, and recom
Uieods '.item to b irie .ds clot. I'nno P. Bush, ot
the J-rorae RaceCourse, Fo-dham, X Y.. *ould ot
ue them until he wis 'old of wn-.l they are ceni- (
pjsed, s'nee which he i- never without them. He
has over "30 run i: it horse sin his C'.arjte, a'd lor the
last three year- ha- u-ed no "tier medicines fo r
them H. his kindly permitted me 10 refer any one
t. him O'er I.t>x>other referenees 1 " J"
depot. Bold by Prue/i'- and r?ad s ers Price .5
cents per box. Hep**i.iß Cortn"dt s; r**e'. V-xx lorv
THE GLORY OF MAN 18 HTKBNO IM -V ere
fore Ihe nervou- • d debnitai d -hould immediately
use HL*BOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHL*.
txEMORES US MONTH LY MAGAZINE,
1/ unvers i y ackno vie tired the Mode Paiio
pkrl-r H-y T '"* of Amerie*: devoted to Orkdnsl
8:or e- P ictus S-etch.-s, Archtt-<-tu e and M-aiel
Coll-if s House'oW Mi'tr* G.-tn- of TntWKli',
Per-on t! aud E -erary G p <i cl din* ep-ci-l de
partme its o F ohios). In-tructions on Health,
Oym .aatic, Equc-tr AM Exercise-, Music, Amu-e
--rnents, ete all by the best aittlio , and profus. lv
a d *rl'si sally Htustra ed wit t-os-ly En n in if*
(full • / •). u- u an. re' ab'e Putter*.s, Embroiuer
Is- .1 swe 1 ry. atiJ a coi.-ta tu -cession of artistic
- .th other useful and eut-Gaining litera
tUr? . person of refl ">rv' t. economical bouaew'fe or
ta.ii of last*- ci!. alTord to do nit! out the M <l.-1
Mi/othlr. Hinacl- cop.- s 30cents ; hack numbeta, is
.p.-cimeii- 10 c- is ; ettl er mailed fee. Yearly, S3.
With a v-'Uable prcii.tun two copl-s 50: tree
Sp>- |T 50 : five. opi. s-sl2 ad- >-vli I premium*
f relate at |3 each, witli tiie first pre in iu us to each
subrcr.ber. id iress ,,■ L , Q ~ T .
\V JF.NXIM'!' DEMOUER-T,
No 4T.i R oidwf., N* York.
Pfmnr.si'i M >nthly a d Young America, logetner,
$, with the p em I urns tor eacu.
MANnO'ih ANI' YOUTHFUL VIGOR are
RE* NI NED BY H SIIMSCLS'S I.X N* *. T I. 1 * H*. (
ijei'n Sarxapui ilia
IS a c mcentrste 1 extrac of He el <•: •- root, *••
comb tied With other stib-tai.ee* ot sti . t. renter
a.lrmliie power as to flord a- edictual ai.lib>te I
ds i-es Sarwiparilla ts reputed to cure Such at
r.*nied is -ur- v want -d by th-—• xv m: Vr front
St ru <ll * lis c* ill p. ai ll is, Kliil t hat o - ■** x* 'chx\ 1. .ccont
pt •< theic nr.* tr.c-t p ore a- this h prove.: of
Ipiiasnss wr ice to this large clits* of our alHtOted
tell, w cit ire. is. Ilos couplet* ly this ce IB pound Will
do t. u. bcei prtxvvlt by* elper n*nl o man of the
wor.t cases t • be foaild in tb- fotl *w<ng complaints
Scrofula, Scrofulous Sv litnrs Sores, BKinj
l*ie * s, pitno'es. I'ttstu e. R tc -es. Erupt! lis
Ni. At o Ki * li.ie *>r Er.-i; eias, l.Uer or
b-.it It he III' S-:iM He.l I, It ng-.x-.rm, Ac
j- if Venereal I' sea-e j- *-xp !e 1 fr in f h.-
svstent bx the pro'ntitred use of th * c IR-JPAKILLA. 1
sad the p vi nt is left in comparative heal h.
Kc.i a e I> s> -e- are ■ itlttd ' > >crf a in t'
BT'Kid . an 1 are otten SO>n cured by this EaT aCT OT
E iHr a tttl.l *
l'o to. r. j- is Ittva'.nabh mei c ne wcau-eyoti
have been impose it -on ->\ so'tietlitttir Ire end:* _• ...
be fiarsaparitla while it w.s not. When you I
us*d ATKB'S —then, aud rot till then, wilt you know
the virtues of Sara.pa il a. F.r m uute parttruiHrs
of the diseases it u we refer you to *ye's At*r j
ican Almanac, which te : ni below named si ll
fur tisb grat's to all who call f..r it.
Ami XTHARTIC Pi Ll. s. for tie ure of Cos'-ve
ne.- ,! iu i. D.-p-i-a. I 'i>etto:,. Dysentery.
p,.ul Vbtmel Headache Piles Kh-umuttsitt, Hear.
>u n ar'-ing fr*"it D sor-.iered s-'oma a. I*> n or Mor
bd Inaction ft e Bw-ls, Flaiu *ncy, 1.0-- -f Ap
p t t. I. v.-r C mi ! 1 itl. I tropsy, Worms Goat,Ncu
r Igia, and a- a1 > :iiter IM. a e un.-qn i".. d.
They are sugar coated, s** that t e most sens tive
ran take them with pkswic, atsi they see tbo best
Ajwrient in the wsrid { r all the purpose- of a fant
iypny-ic . , „ I
i*rri>are.l by Ds ■C. ER VC ' , I-*'" cll,s ' SS
anj 50',.1 by a i lr~gg:sta ai.d dea. rs 111 tnedicin.
• very xvhi r. .
fiIIATTEREI CONSTITUTION:- RE-TOKED
by LIELMBOTT.'S EXTRACT Frcur.
To ihc Martyrs of Liver Complaint.
Among the tno-t wo er it * nv-i ctl pr* pert •-
WH.rti have N nder-d HOST KT t KKS RTo A H
BITTERB p-..-em'Uant ua g 're ■ i.:h--esto i g
prepar ttictis of the age, .1- anti-b I u- x.r u.-s ..r
n u the least rem trkabie. No words cin d. ju-t c*
ts its mar. -! >us effect upon the d'eessed iver Per
haps the simp.- word- ot a co. valescent utf. r,--.
who a.-scr be# it ss g right to the spot.*' tell the :
story as clear)x as max te. It w-s go * gt.t to the!
spot* Itopcr .res dr-et y U| o ;he . - .rdered organ,
and whether UTtdti'i >-I ve r ttt a s'a'e : aralysis
restores ttl :• - '• of in i' T • S ck ess a:
th-* Bt-nn i-h. Psifi ts.*tw<am tho shou'de-- snd ti -
Riglit B ic. Y- i*.w -strl'-i-i n of 'he Bk tt. Co-tive
n -ss, 11 P . w - --- and 1 J ; J r I' -in *-- 'f** t' t
Colic, Palni'ation of th- H. I t Dry t'oucb. T>w
Fev.-r. and other -ympt >m- which i dicst- tl e \ari
out ph ■ 9 of Aca e a d ' '* mtiic I-vr Cotup'.xitit ;
sre oa- .id a pr -p*!y re -ved. a d final! ■ rett x
ed. by the setio ■ ..*' th - fsmous pre;wtrs ion, whicl
i st once the r *-*st of *rrective. 'he gent est tt*i
most g-ni a -fa .--'••nt* > 'nft :a e . cgulat-r, and
a powerful r --' > .' vc. Persons of a bio - habit.
w:.o use *'.e B tie*-* a* a prmectixe nted ci *-, wiii
Ite er s .tf the pa - s**f pe .alt es "f L ver disease
or Bii.ous Rem feut Five .
ALLCOCK-3 POROUS PLASTERS.
AUct -w . I'enn . Apr:. 4 l 4 >5.
Merß.T A t-UCOfiB -V C -
DKIR Bl* .s fiWds'tght* r u-' one of y ur Po
ro is i' jlHPrhs . a v-ry >.d .ir in er side,
and It cure J hr ißoue w-k Yours iritlv.
JOHN V. X HUNTER
We refer to tbO
Forfy Thousand nriicfri^fs
who -c' -ir Plant"*'. 'n fr r C -' ng c' ar--ter
AI.TCOCK A CO., Agency, Brand.eth Houc.
New York.
Sold by all Druggist*
CONE FOREVER!
Bo <y tie .f - e r 1- a ty n e the n rr -
s.iow- them t Orotic, el or void, n ringlets streaked
w'.ih grey Bat r ever xas the e a more
False Conclusion.
Though the h .ir lb- a* xi * . Time's own fo: e'.eck,
or *ore llii. as re as a fiery m tsor—
PRESTO!
il \% invea*e<l in a mwi '* with the most magnificent
b.a kor brovk: by the -cy <•*
(KIM 4 il UR DI E.
perfect!x *' oinonif and pr.-e'. vegetable prepar
s i .n - Mannf.e- .re-i by .1 CRI BT AIX)If >. 6 A sitor
House. New York. Suit by D; ugg ets Ap, lied t*y
sil II itr Dressers
NOT A HUM3UC!
lam authorized to -- i L'-ty'* ' 1 -hes and U'ml
W -sh-r n li e c *U' ty. at h.ax g u*-e>! ore for
three m 'i.'ha I .-ay, ui qua tiediy, they ate ju*t what
they p omi— -a _ooi thin/ A strong man or
aroma caw *h as much wo hm -a- a wotna
can wash on a oum .n xi <*h ho. : in eight hou s
A f.l r test I cottx c- Ht.y o- e ' at i' is no l.uiTi Ug
I • ; -ell ttieni at a profit cfOstc IIOLL.XK on each
Much ne. Corres ondunee itiv led.
!' ■' the t .live *. Clothes Wr ntertvlh rng,
Anv Wr-ng-r XX- a- -w. - that xx xv >rk o• a tu'-.
Usuai p- ce Of* W - .er, ,J |>q
Wr oger. SSO 10andJ12
I will sell considerably .esa.my object >n-ng chiefly
to .n'roduee a u*efu! article. L. BIRD.
Brook.and, Pa., Dec. 26, 1866.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT
33T7CIITJ
Is ft certain cure f d --as* - ..f the
BE* ODER. KIDN'EYB Grt.WEL. PRO"Y
OKGANIC Wr iKX E -. Kf MAI r M! LAIN 18,
GENERAL DEBILITY.
And all d sea-es of the
URINARY ORGANS,
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause or*sr- . it - and <> mattea of
IHW LONG STANDING.
fHaeases of 'hese organ* require the use of diuretic.
If no treatment is -ttfm'fed to. f t'tiuipton or
Itisai ity inuv ens Our Fa—n and H-xtd are eup
pcrted from thee- - orces, and the
HEALTH asp HAPPINESS
k i tbftt of p.<*:erity, dt-pc ds ap n pr-mpt use of a
reu bie remedy.
T ELM IQLDS EXTRACT BUCHC,
Ee.u...tL U p War( j. of IS years, p-epar-d by
II T. II I'EVI HOED,
DRUGGIST, t
nadxrftT. N-xx- <>rk. and
104 —j.y 2 g;*eo*, Pht.ads'phia. Pa j
rriE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL;
Coudersport. Thursday Evening April. 18, 1&67.1
Jiqeai anl Greneral.
tire at W .lliatnsDort the other uay de- j
Btr*>ve<i an extuxuuve mill recently erectetl fur
the purpose of sawing block marble.
Senate confirmed the Russo- Amer
ican Treatv, bv xvhich the United Mates ac- ■
outries p*.sses.-i''ti of Russian Ameaicati—an ice ,
house, inhabited by I nd;ans, Esquimaux, and
fishermen.
•tff" Dan. Fuller has been awarded the con
tract of cariying the mail fr>m Colesburtr t*
Ravmond, from July 1,18G7, to June 30, 176&,
for sl4s
We have changed our publication day
from Tuesday* to Thursday. /
Miffiinburg, in Union county, we see by
the Borough statement, i>avs their Counciltnen
seven dollars per annum for their services.
Thev must be i popular party. Coudersport
pays hers in -blessings."
VW U'e see by the Philadelphia Prrw that
the noil) i rat ion of \\ illtatn I*. Barnes to be
Postmaster at Wellsville. N.V.. has l>een re
jected bv the Senate, and -that L. Minerva
Phillqet was con finned for the same position-
INSANE ASYLUM. —From the report of the
Trustees <>f the Male Lunatic Asylum, it ap
jgurs that the n milter of isttients admitted
during 1-66, was 1-., tiiaies 115. females 2-
Durittt: the year 1r66 were discharged—males
91. females 75. II hole tiutuber tinder treat
ment 493. The number remaining on the 31st
of December, 1 >66. was 327—males 1 >l, females
1-46. During the year there were restored*
males 06. females 21 ; improved, males 3'h te
n.a'.es lo ; stationary, males 21. females *2O.
died, males. 11. females 19.
The Pennsylvania Legislature adjourned
tina.iv tut Thursday last. One thousand six
hundred and fifty-two bills ai d sixteen joint j
resolutions were passed during the session,
il.. ii James L OtAflui, cf Allegheny, RepoH-J
* Lean, vx ;c-> elected Sipeuker of tin* next session
•f the -e' ate. The vote stood <*HAHAM. Repub
lican, 21, W ALL XCE, Democrat, 11.
On re'iritiLf, Shaker HALL, of the Senate was
presented bv the members of that body with a
! handsome Gold Watch, and a gavel. Xpeakt r
Glass, of the House, received an ivory gavel, a
-et of clima-ware, a complete silver set, and a
gold watch. Ihe chief Clerks of both houses,
and other officers were also the recipients of
handsome presents.
Return * f Duplicate*.
We j üblb-h below an Act passed at the last
sessi *n of the Legislature and which has be
come a law in relation to the return of Dupli
cates of Taxes. Collectors will please remem
ber that hereafte- all Duplicates must l>e re
" timed on or before the first dry of January of
each year:
4\ ACT
To authorize the return to the Commissioners
of Potter cunty for collection of eeitaln dupli
cates of taxis and to fix the time when said du
plicate* shall hereafter be returned.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives, <te.. That it shall be lawful for
the Commii-sioners i>f I'otttr countv to receive
from Colliclor. for t iity daysafterthe
of this act ail duplicates for taxes that are le
gally assessed and prepared, but hereafter all
duplicate* of tax< - in said county* shall be re
turned to the County Commissioners on or be
fore the firi-t day of January of each vear.
' e by the Record that the Act to
attach certain lands in Potter County to the
L."i.utrspjirt Sciiool I).strict for School ptir
passed both Houses,aud l>een pre
-entod t(f the Gov*, rner, and will doubtless be
c uite a ijlfiw. Thus relates to the laud Iving
at;<: south-west of Eulalia townshijt
proper, but separated from it by intervening
townships. It wa? thought by some that as
6 uudersport was at one time part of Eulalia
and is at the present in the very center of it,
and a- these pieces of land whose taxes it now
prupo-es io appropriate were of no expense or
trouble to Eulalia,that Coudersport couldjusilv
via;m the taxes, for a time at least.
RAFTING. —The rner being at a good rafting
stage, on Msndav and Monday a large number
oi ratts pa-sed through tins place on their wav
to market—most of them going safely "through
the mountains." On Monday near nooti, how
ever, ajaiu occurred at the "Big stepping-stone"
occasioned by one man running out of the
course just aboxe, which caused another raft to
swmg and close the channel ; but we have not,
as \ et, learned the loss occasioned thereby.
But ii. as reported, from sixty to e ghty rafts
were jammed together there, tbe damage *>U
be heavy, a- it is not likely that so g'eat a num
-1 er ot rait.- cuuid be disengaged at that point
xx nhout losing many of them.— (Mettrjield H&flt-
HM.ll.
I" lc'-jd. —l Le riood so anxiously desired bv
eur lumbermen ami b"sineofe men generally
ha- come, and is all that could be desired. A
large nuiubtr ol raits have gone down the river
but toe cry is still they come. The river con
tinues in good rafting order. Reports from be
iow indicate that Umber is selling at rather low
prices, but we have nothing definite on the
sutijcct. — Jcrtcv Shore ViOctte.
BOUND TO HAVE ITS SHAKE OF THE WHISKY. —
There are eighty -five applications for license to
-ell liquor in this couiity, thirty-five from
WilhainspoiL This would seem to indicate
that our city friends are disposed to do the
driukmg for the whole county. There are but
three applications Xroni Jersey Shore.— Jersti
Short V,dcite.
M 4RRIED ;
ROBERTS-CHASE On the evening of April i
, y the Rev. Howf i Ta\ itjr E. A. L. RotK*rta
and Mr* Ida Butterwv th Chae, all of TitihsviUe.
BBomethins wonderful For the
Alillion. A: maybericii, wis- a, d happy Air- nt- i
WHi.ied En *1 e s amp for p*rticu.are il (. AMP
142 B.evker St., New York. Bpr * 3ru 1
Administrators' Notice.
"IT"HEREAS Liners of AJminis-ration on thel
# lit* m WtUUm Sautter, isteof B<*uth i'ar..- ! .
lii.a. dee d, have been granted t" the under* cncj *
a 1 per* ns ■ debte.) to said estate are r.-q ,e,t*-d to ■
make mm-diate rmynieu:, an i tl.oee havrinf elano* \,
t e same xv Ti present them, properly auti.en
ticated. for aetiieuien:. " .
CHRISTIAN BRKUNLE, AdmiLiairatw. j
Coaderapor AprJ i, 1887. '
WELL-TRIED REMEDIES.
Riitsf H * Itcb Ointment, an lmmtsdUif
i nd cei tam cure, 25 cU. j
( It i al no asn re remedy for acntcbp* or; hores
Rns*ell% Salt Rhenm Ointment, if
j anequ-led, 50 eta. ;
Rusm ll's Pile Ointment, cures after all
other remedies have tailed, ®°
Tnei-e < intmenie are certain, safe, and reliable spe
cifics. as thousands have and are daily certifying.
Fm sa e bv all Dru**i*ts and medicine deaie-s
General De 6l a: PINCOUT, BRUIN Si HOB \RT
Wholesale Druggists, 214 Fulton St., (near Green
wioh), New York.
Be tby mail; Itch, 4-c.: 8- R. 65c : Pile, fl.oo.
April 8— 3tn
Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup.
Tbi- great medicine cured Dr. J. rl.tscbenck,
! the Proprietor, of Pulmonary Consumption, j
when it bad assumed it* most formidable aspect
and when speedy death appeared to he inevita- j
hie. His physicians pronounced his case incur
able, when he commenced the use of this simple
but powerful r, medy. lbs health was restored
I in a very short timeAud no return oi the dis<ase
■ ha- been apprehended, for all the symptoms
quickly 'iisappeared. and his present weight is
; more than two hundred pounds.
Since his recovery, he lias devoted his a'tcn
t ion exclusively to ti.e cure of consumption And
the dis< ases winch are complicated with it,and
the cures effected by his medicines have been
verv numerous and truly wonderful. Doctor
j Sciienck manes* professional visits to several of j
the larger cities weekly, where he has a large
concourse of patients, and it is truly astonishing I
to see poor consumptives that have to be lifted
out of their carriages, and in a few months
healthy, robust Dr. Schexcx's I'i l.mo-
NicSvisrp, Seaweed ToxicAd Maxdeake I'ills
are getn rally a.l required in curing consumption
, Full directions accompany each, so that any one
can take them without seeing Dr. Scheuck, but
1 when it is convenient it is best to see him. He
gives advice free, but for a thorough examina
tion with his Kespirotneter his lee is three dollar
Fit ase observe, when purchasing, that the two
likeness of the doctor, one when in the last
stage of consumption, and the other as he now
i>. in j-erfect health, are on the government
stamp.
General Wholesals Agents: Pemas Barnes t
Co., 21 l.;irk Row, New York; 6. S. Htince.
106 Baltimore St., Baltimore, Md.;Jchn D.l'ark. j
.V. F. corner of Fourth and VV alnut St., Cincin
nati, Ohio; Walkor d' Taylor, 1114 and 136 W a
lash Avenue, < hicago. 111.; Collins Brothers.,
southwest corner of Second and \ ine St., St.
Louis, Mo. [3dw.eamo.lyrOcu2*2
IIAIXKS llltO'S~ PIANOS.
THL PIANO OF AMERICA.
Tbe-e 1* aivnniverralv acknowledged-by com
petent ju-igi-e eq-ial to the bent Plana m.ole. K<-r
reference*, tuey have many thousand city and coun
try les dcrite, including large numbers of the lligb j
8-hoo Seminar c-. 4te.
'l'iiefe I*.alios have m t only etood the continued
life and He ivv practice of one Year, but have been
Ui-.-d the last F tieeil Y ears to the uimort satisfaction
of 11 ose us ng tlieni
The.* have taken Premiums and Alod
al* wherever Kxhibeted 8u- ii h*
bee tie- deina d tor tiie-e Pi ilios, that M-'-srs
HAINES Bi.O'S. have been romp-IV.i to enlarge
:! -r m ks to tiieextent of %£ Ato HO fiunos
si week.
Ha,ing now one of the most extensive and comp'ete '
Faetorie- in the United States, Factories a >■ e cov
e nit over 34 "f an ace ot ground, com; ris : g a
frontage of 219 "ti 2nd Avenue.
Tiiev are undoubtedly the cheapest fir't class Piano
in market hul'y guaranteed for 6 years, fceud fur
Illustrated Circular
llalnpi
356. 05$, SCO. 302. 364. 306, 365. 370, 372,
Apr. 2 Zmoß ] Seoud Avenue. New Tore City.
-•Yii luvaluablcl
tor
Till PURIFYING OF TIIF. RI.OOD.
Dr. J. "W. Dolaiid'a
HUMOR DOCTOR,
a POSITIVE REMEDY FOR ALL KINDS OF HUMORS.
riKTICCLARLT
Erysipelas, Ne'tle Kal*. Salt Hheiirn. Sciofala, Car
bniicies, H.>tl, and Piles
I is very grat fjing to say of this, or of any otl er
mtHlieif.f*. * 4 lt i* the v. | bert remedy Known." It in
no* alvrav* easy to It in, however, exc el
i' gl> gratifying toth*- Proprietor oflhis
winle he deci ires to the pub'le that this is a most *on>
' di-rful a d effect veg, ec lie for l.umors.as sated above
he • as abundant proof at band to-Uftain h s statement
F<>rs xteen years the Humor I> >ctor h** t*e<*n man
"lfaetured at id -old. and every year has i) crea-ed the |
v.ilue of its reputation, and the amount of ts rales. — j
In New Hamps-'ire. wi.eie 't originated, to remedy
bwh'imors bso liigh\\ prised. An eminent physician '
wiien pract sii.g in New Hampshire, purchased be- i
; tween fifty and sixty gallons of it, during some s-ven
'or eig .t years, and jt ;n his practice. He has
since then ordered it h>r the ho-pital wh-re he was
stationed O'her physicians hae purchased it, and
have used i. in prac ice ith great success HI en the
proprietor lived m New H irnphii e. •: <i■.-P- - • . * n ten
ter. tor esp ice f thirty or forty miles around, and
in M inchest, r part'ctt'ariy, the Ilunior I*>cror was
well known and hiirhlv valued for '.he numerous ai d
W'-Tiderfnl cures w> ich it effecied Though manufac
tured in iaive quai tii iesh he supply wa- fr- qnently ex
hausted and perchasers had to wait for more to be
made. In tfiat rei; .n some wry severe eases of Ery
sitwlas were treated with —and they were cured ! hry.
ri;>e!as -ores, or carbuncles, those ugly, painful ulceis
were entirelv renin ed wherever rids medicine wag
aithfu. y used. 8n it wa- with Scrofuia ana Ba.t
Rheum Th>- Humor I> ctor cured them.
For the sake • f s owing what is thought of it,a few
testimonial, are here inserted :
MILTON GALE, ESQ.. BOSTON.
I hereby ce tify tnat I < s >reiy afflicted with
Roi;. t r iw - years, developing t l emselves tip-.n inv
i tub a d other parts of my Isviy The sullering'g
wtuch len urtd tr >m them are i deeerihahlc. Suf
fice it to rh'. tliat 1 faithfull > trnsl several of the m -t
p- pu ar tiumor lemvdie-, but without removing tl v
afi! ct on. At ,ei gti-. hy t e ear. est r-qu -st of an in
tirnate iriend, I was : duced to try Ilr.-i W Potland's
Humo I octt r, and am wry happy to attest that ail
my Boils "ere ipmovnl and my health wis restored
b> usini; Mr, Po an i's aforesa j medicine
Boston, .lai 14 1-56 M ILK )N GALE
A C. WALLACE. ESQ.. MANCHESTER. N. H.
I*R .I.W .Pi i.4\n Hear 8 I veiy eh-erfully give
m\ testimony ;ti favor of your Humo Docti r as a
e\ce! ent remedy for Humors My numernis ac- I
qi.aiutancrs in Marn-hesfer know seriously I was af
fi r-'ed with Bmlg and they ke.nv how perfectly good
my health is a: present. "Your Humor Doctor cured
nie Please ref rto mo for partictila sin my case.
Manchester June 11. 56 A C WALLACE
mRS. WHEELER. STONEHAM. WASS.
I very confi 'eiitly an t earnestly recommend Dr. J.
W Poland's Humor Do tor as an escelleut remedy
for Humors having been wonderfully benefitid i>\ i:
tnyseif. My own cas- was a very severe and o! sin e
one. For more than twe years the skin upon ti.e in
side of iiotii my hands, and even down on the wrist,
was eoi slant ir cracked a' d broken up, so thai I was
ur.ableto ise my hands in at y k dof wet work. T s
hnmo wh ch s® affi.'-ied me sagproiinh y a combina
tion of Erysipelas a Jr-al'R run , My general t.ealth
wasqu te po.<r. Soon after I b-gan to use t! e Humor
Doctor I could pc-ceive sigo-of tienling. I conn. U" d
to take tHe medicine t il I was finally cured. My
t.an is are BOW perfectly ftee from humors, arid to an !
appearance-my whole system is clear of it and h*s
teen for several months 1 o-ed r ght bottl-s
I Jeil se to aieit up entirely . but thev m- d me.
Stum ham.Juiy 5 56. HaKKIEI" * HEELfcK.
MRS. PORTER. DOVER. N. H
Dovfr N. 11 . .Ju'v 22. 1555
Dr. roLssn I received your fetter inquiring a-1
the eff et of jour Biedtefne on s-a- ick es. I am
happy losiy that I thi k it is "the medicine"' for that
dreadful sic ess, ] tried various prescr ptions, hut
foun not e that settle ! the stom tch and cleirrd th
i e id like the Humor D->cirr. I fe.t asthomrh I con d
haru j wail to get ash ie, to e' 'reat you to int. d t e
i; t.io ship ChsMlri|ft- res, li si' may find >t- wai i
.to tiios*- w! o suffer u, on tiie ueep from Sea
sickness If cap* ns who take their fami'ies with
ti em, or eirry pas-e grrs, should try it for once,thev j
would never be willing to voyage without it
I have used i; for my fam'ly s nee its introduction
to the public or bilious iia'.i'-. t,ead*c l >e -md humors !
b my '-h d' en.an iha * :-K <ys fur.d fa safe cr '
I am not fond of h i\| gmy name aupe i in pui j
and won d not c nse ttoit on any other aero n: ..
t re i> y— the suffe-inst; but I'" the foregoing will be o
any acrv-ee to you or ti.e p b' c.ron can make ns- ot
it lon 4. HABRIET M PuRTER
Much moremicht b- s"ati-d n relation to t> is m-ii
cm , as eo darned i" tesTimw : Big, btrt ft Is nee h-s
A k Ma cheater drnr.is's ais-at it, es|-eci*|L E W
Blake at Brr - Inqniie of Mr. Henry P aire . n
Hvdf.ird, w o-e wife v.. s cured bv it of Salt R eura
Ask almost ay p--sor in Goffstown. a- d they w:.j •
declare 'ts vane * a -emedy, as used in tne'r ow I
cas-s or by their friends.
The Humor D- ct .r was formerly *r'd at fif y cents t
v oti #*, v"'t * e C'tri of p\ #r\ in/redk" tc- mpm-in i
it has .ce up so enorm-'Usb , ii.at the prii-e ha- i-e
i-lised o SK\ISTT-rivi CISTS OXLT, and'that b-.
eorr pu!:0l
Th Himtor Doctor is xt -V" N-w Enc I
land Boiau'r IVjo', f..r the Propnetor, J V Fre ci. f
So'd }r me - - - leal e\ rywhere
DEMAy RAhhFSij QQ _ Genera! Ageats, New York I
A XEVT rtiiriME IlU THE UA.M>kERCIIIEF.
1
Phalon'i "Night Blooming Crrens."
Phnloa't "Night Bloomiug Cerewe."
Pbalou'a "Night Blooming Cerene."
Pbalon's "Night Bloomiug Cereue."
Pbnlon'e "Night Blooming Cervna."
A most exquisite, delicate, and Fragrant Perfume,
disti led from the rars and beautiful flower from
which it take* its name.
Manufactured only by
I'll A I.ON & SON, New York.
BEWARE of counterfeits,
ask FOR PHAl.ON'<—take no other
IS6I 1N67
Philadelphia & Trio Railroad.
'l' HlB gr-at li e traversi-8 the Northern and North- '
' w-st counties of Pennsylvania to the city f Erie
on lake Erie. It ha- been leased and :s operated by
the Piksstlvam* RakroAD CuWaxv
Tinie Of pa-senger trains at E.M I'oKIUM.
LEAVE EASTWARD-
Erie Ma 1 Train 5 10 r. M.
Erie Express Tram - 12:24 a. m. j
LEAVE WESTWARD,
I Erie Mull- Train 12 nd t. *
Erie Exp;ess Train 2:17 au. j
Passenger cars run through on The Erie Mail an-' i
Expre-s irons will, out chui ge both ways between;
Philadelphia and Er e.
NEW YORK CONNECTON,
New Y ork at 90ba. m , arrive at Erie 10 00 aw. j
Leave New Vork it 500 r * ,arr ve at Erie 7 15 r. M |
Leave Erieat 530 p m., arrive at New York 4 40. r a
Leave Erieat 10.25 a m .arrive at New York 10.10 a. m. ;
ELEGANT SLEEPING C I RS on at! N>ght trains
F>>r information paipe-tinsj Pa-senger business.ap
ply at t'oinerof 3<)t'. a- d Market streets, Ph lad-lphia
And f"r Freight buiinera o r the Com; any's Agents
S. <. Kin.'stnn, Jr., Cor. 13:h and Market streets.
Philadelphia.
.1 W. Reynolds, Erie.
Wm. Br. w- t Agent. N C R R , Baltimore.
H. 11 HOUSTON. General Freight Agt. Plriada
H. W. G\VINNER, General ticket Agt I'hi.ada i
A. L. TYLEti, General Bup't, Erie.
Mercantile .4ppralsement.
I. : st of Dealers in Merchandise in the .County of j
Potter for the year 1867, with CDsit:cat:ou.
Name I'nci. Class. Amount
(hailes Meissner, Abbott 14 I 7 0-j
Ci arles Hej.p. 14 7 00
He ry The ss, " 14 7 00
Jos bchwarirenbach, " Brewer 10 15 00 '
JFr.'d Och, " - 10 Ift 01
Christian Broderson, '• Li-t.Ler 9 2- 0> I
Freeman A Cra:.dall, A'legatiy 14 7 00
R. H. Howe, Biiuriiam JV/ 7 00
P A. Stebi. ns Ac Co., Coud-rsport 9 10 (>0
E'lison a- Thi.inpson, " 14 7 00
I laoiel Glassmlre, " 14 7 00
Mann, .Tones a Co., " 13 10 00
Mason Neison, 41 14 7 00
Charles Armstrong, 44 14 7 00
C<>ll lns Smith, •* 14 701
Webb k Nelson, 44 14 7 00
C 8, Jones, 44 13 10 00
William EliU, Gencsie 14 7 00
J Dim- n 14 7 00
Peter so:, Si Co, Hector 14
Bunderiin Si C"., 44 1 4 7 00
Walter Weds, Oawayo 14 7 00
Mar v Lord. - 4 14 7 00
Samuel Johnson, 44 14 7 00
Wm. McDotlgall, 44 14 7 00
H S. U,-ehee, Harrison 14 7 00
Nortnan Buck, 4i 14 7 00
Marv M G>o<lman, 44 14 7 00
J B'nimons, 41 14 7 00
(I R Webb Si Co., Roulet 14 7 00
Henr\ R >se, Fharon 14 7 00
R S Cotweil, 44 14 7 00
Wiley Humphrey, *' 14 7 00
Henry Amirvson, PTsw-\r*on 14 7 00
Hackett .v Baker, U vsscs 14 7 0q
John G-e & 8->u 14 7 00
>*muel M n-oe 41 14 7 00
B- nnett V. Br 'ber, 14 14 7 0*
Chapred A Brother, 44 14 7 00
Cushing k Olmsted, 44 14 7 00
Burtis Si Potter, 44 13 7 00
Raymond Si Rogers, Wharton 14 700
Wrn Smith, " 14 7 00
Notice sdiereby given that I will l>e at the Com
missioner's Office in Coudersport, on Wedne-day, the
S:h d:iv of Ua, uxt t 1 sVcli-ek ~. s, . b. — r all
appeals H. W. BENTON,
Aj ril 2. 1567. —4t Mercatitile Appraiser.
WAGON-SHOP
AND
BLACKSMITH IN
In Lewisville, Potter County, Pa
rpHK'ni>deragmd ilesires to Inform the in
habitants of Potter County that he is pre*
pareii t<> do all kinds of
•WAGC.V AND BUGGY WORK
and Blacksmiihitio. at the lowest prices. Xew
work—ladh liolit and heavy, built to order.
Having boturht tiie Wafroti 81np known as
F. Hackett's Mill Shop, in the viilngeof Lew is
ville. and with the assistance of Water Power,
and the best of sea i oned Lumber, he will do .
work on short notice, at the Cheapest Prices.
Call and sec for vourselves.
N. L. KIMBALL.
Lewisville Feb. 4. 13G7.— tf
M* axT3l>—A £T""d Workman. A man with
a family preferred.
FOUTZ'S
* CELKERATED
Horse aM Cattle Powders.
\ Tjf stomach and intes-
SiA# - Tsntirs of a'.l
■— eases incident Ur
thri animal, as LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS,
"ito % fin teokfag ud waUtti
horse. r
To keepers of Cow* this preparation is invaluable.
It increases ,ui quantity and improves the qualitV
\ of the milk. It has
hec* proven by ac
tuai experiment to
an appe't:'.-
tauch faster.
- ,r •-- ■ - ' as Co gh s . I eers in
or entirely pr-vented. If given in time, a certain
preventive and cure for tiie Hog Cholera.
Pric<? 25 Cents per Pipe", or 5 Papers for sl.
prepared et
S. A. FOT T/ & URO.,
AT THEIR
WiroiFSHE DRrft AND medicine dftot.
Nr 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. :
For Sale by Prugei:a and tLrouirh
out th® United Suiea.
Sold by d, A. 6TLBBIN6 & Co., Coudt rs- '
pjtt Fa.
NEW YORK TEA COMPANY
AND
ROCHESTER FLOUR DEPOT,
AT
Simmon s' Ii eg ul a tors
WELLViLLE. fi. Y.
To THE PUBLIC! —I am liaj>py to Lave the pleasuie of informing vou, tliat fof
YOtH BENEFIT,
A9 well as niv own. I have made arrangements with a large itnpcrUlig
TEW COM3PA.KTY,
, (but in no wav conneeted with the Great American Humbug Tea ( ompany, I fcou".l
have vou understand) whereby I will Job Teas by the
CHEST, EROM 5 TO 60 POUNDS.
At a saving to the consumer least 23 per cent,
AND TIIE QUALITY SUPERIOR
to anv of the Teas of same price sent out bv tlmse who are spending nearly a Hundred
Thousand Dollars a year for advertising, all of which the consumer has to pay, remeiO'
ber, besides enormous rents and other expenses of as much more.
"We shall not offer Mixed or Condemned Trash,
Or, HIGH COLORED TEAS, but
PURE YOUNG HYSONS,
JAPANS, BLACKS,
AND OTHER STANDARD TEAS,
All of which we shall receive, as far as possible,
Direct from the Custom House,
saving all possible exj>enses. We are not driving 4 fV* horses" this year, neither ard
we paying large rents, so we can aft*>rd to
SELL AT A SMALL COMMISSION, AND WILL DO SO.
Our prices are from ise to (1,35 for good Teas retailing for (1.25 to (2,00 per ponn l
THE TRADE FURNISHED so they can Job at our prices, as we will
111 VI DE OUR COMMISSION WITH, TIIUM.
Our Clothing & Dry Gocds
Departments aue full for WHOLESALEING or RETAILING.
Returning my customers thanks for their liberal patronage for the past vear, I *ill
try for the year to come to sell cheaper than ever.
" Yours R. ,a p-rtfuily,' C. H. SHVUMONS.
ellsville, N. April 9, 1 t
j i
1 LOOM HERE!
COLONS" SMITH
HAS JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WITH A LARGE STOCK n?
NEW GOODS WHICH HE WILL SELL AS LOW AS THE LOWEST,
CONSISTING OF
Dry Goods, Cloths, Cassimeres,
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots,
Shoes, Groceries, Crockery,
Hardware, Notions, &c.
KEEPS EVERYTHING USUALLY FOUND IN A GOOD STORE
THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR VENISON, FURS. SHEEP PELTS,
AND MOST KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
THE READY-PAY SYSTEM WILL BE STRICTLY ADHERED TO.
Ah B THOSE 0 WIXG WILL PLEASE MAKE °AYMEXT WITH
-OUT IjELA i: d> C-YOG COLL IXS SMI TH.
NEW DRUG & BOOK STOEE
Buy Where You can Buy the Cheapest!
A New Store with Fresh Dni^sl
CP
ELLISON & THOMPSON
Having located in the room formerly occupied by C. F. Manning f r a Jewelry
Store, have refll'd, refurnish d,a■ dthnmunh V • , Ju dike bnildimg with the hrjcsf
and lest slock of
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
GLUES DYE-STUFFS. HOWE AND STEVENS' FATENT DIE 3,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS FOR HEDICINAL FUR:O3E3,
A GENERAL VARIETr OF PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES
PAINT BRUSHES. HAIR BRUSHES TOOTH BRUSHES. AC.
Will also keep on hand the following icith. many other Pa'ent Mcdicinct '■
Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher, Dr. Lindsey's Cholera Fixture,
Dr. Janye's and Dr. Ayer's and Dr. Kennedy's Preparalions.
AL-Ij TIIE I'OPI'LAII YAIiILTIE. 1 !* OF BITTEKS.
Slio tilclor Braces for Y"duris ail( i oicl.
One cf the proprietors beini.'a eraduate of ti.e New York. Aledira! oite<re th- pohlic lu*#
the tLat all preri]tioiB bent in will l*> promptlv ami caritully pretart if!
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Sclm>l Itookx. Itliinli UiioUv .\uvrB, To.ot, .Votioun, I'eit*. Inks, 4'.
0. T. ELLISON, tlec.T66 U. S. TliOMysfkoX,