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president Judge. jja;"As the time of the meetiog of the Convention is near at hand, and Potter , un ty will be called upon to give expres sion of her preference for President Judge, please announce the name of Hon. C. B. CURTIS, of Warren, as a candidate. Mr. Curtis is justly CoCsiUered one of the most able lawyers of north-western Penn sylvania, and not being u resident of this district, is less likely to have prejudices for or against any of the parties who may claim the decision of justice during the next term, than one who has lived in the District. A RECENT. Ann ounce the name of the HON. ROBERT G. WHITE, of Tioga county, as 3 candidate for re-election to the office of President Judge. Having served one official term as Judge of this District, he has become acquainted with its peculiar business, given entire satisfaction to the people, is just in the prime of life, and the people of this couuty think there is no need of changing merely for the sake of change. • Judge WHITE'S decisions haviog been just, intelligent and merciful, the people of the district can do no better thau return him who having once served fhem faithfully it is but justice to infer will conthiu'c to do so. POTTER, j Associate Judge. | the Rime of CO-LINh SMI I'H. of Coudersport, as a candidate for Associate Judge, subject to the decision ofi the Republican Convention. Commissioner. _ Announce the name ot BAItNEi HICKS of Ulysses township for Commissioner. He is every way qualified for the duties of the ■office and will make a faithful officer if elec ted. u. THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL Is the only paper published in Potter county, circulates among an intelligent class of peo ple, and is thus an excellent medium for both City and Country Advertising. Trausieut Advertisements and those from a distance must be Cash or have responsible re ference. All communications, to receive attention, must be directed to the Editor, and contain the name of the writer. No attention paid to anonymous communications. TERMS.—One copy,one year, $1; Six copies $5 ; Twelve copies, $lO ; Twenty copies, $lB, with one tc the person raising the Club. The money must accompany the names. Ceadempert, Wednesday Evening, Sept. 4. 1861. New Advertisements : Shff. Sales. Court Proclamation. Administrator's Notice. Jury and Issue Lists. Coudersport Academy—This Institu tion offers particular inducements to those desirous of obtaining an education suita ble for almost all vocations. Boarding at moderate rates can be procured in the village, for those from a distance. The teachers are experienced, competent and worthy the respect and confidence of the community. fitsfWe publish, to the exclusion of other iutere.-tiog mutter, the speech of the Hou Daoiei S. Dickinson, which we commend to the careful perusal of all who yet have doubts as to the propriety, necessity or justice of the present military effort to subdue rebellion and save our country from dismemberment and ruin. Two Military Companies (one Battallion) under command of Maj. JNO. M. KILBOURNE, leave Potter county for the War, to-morrow. Will give the list of officers and men in our next, with the whole number that have left the county, which we think will make Potter the Banner county of Pennsylvania, in the good work of furnishing men for the war. Ilurrah for Potter ! A large meeting was held this (Wed nesday) afternoon, at which speeches were 1 made by Messrs. Arthur G. Olms'ed, Captain N. J. Mills, and Major Kilbourn. Judge 11.Gf. White was nom inated for re-election in Tioga county, by acclamation JfeaT*County Convention meets on next Tuesday, in this place. Let their be full delegations present, and have competent! and popular men put in nomination so that there be no need of bogus Union or independent candidates KaF*The American Agriculturist, for September, has been received, lull of in struction to the farmer and gardner. It is a journal that should be in the hands of every intelligent farmer. DIED. IA Colesburg, 27th inst., CLARISSA, wife of Thomas Jackson, aged 70 years, 8 months and 8 days. SHERIFF'S SALES! BY VIRTUE of sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas, Fieri Facias and Levari Facias issued out of the Cou§t of Common Pleas of rot ter County, Pennsylvania, and to me directed, 1 shall expose to public sale or outcry, at the Court Uouse in Coudersport, on MONDAY, the 23rd day of Sept 1861, at 10 o'clock, a. in., the fol lowing described real estate, to wit : Certain real estate beginning at the North west corner of George Ayres' wind-fall lot, thence North 86 7 rods to the South line of Matthias Reed's lot. thence East 170 rods to a corner, thence Soueh 230 rods to a corner, -hence West 83 rods to East line of Ayres' lot thence North byAyrcs" East line one hundred and forty-six rods to Avrcs's North-east cor ner, thence West 10C-7 rods to place of begin ning ; containing one hundred and fifty acres, and being part of Warrants 2125, 2llS. and 2IBP. and is mostly in Summit Township, Pot ter County, Pa., cn which there is about thir ty acres of cleared laud, one frame barn, one frame house, and a small out-house Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the pro perty of Martin Watson. ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Alle gany and Ulysees Townships, Potter County, Pa., bounded North by lands of Emma B. Monroe, East by lands of H. Rollebeth, South by lands of Wm. Morley and A. Byam, and West by lands of Nathan Brown and A Ray mond ; containing sixty-nine acres, of which thirty acres are improved, with one frame barn, one board house, and some fruit trees thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of William Nelson. "ALSO-—Certain real estate to wit: Lot No CO of the allotment of lands in Sweeden Town ship, Potter County, Pa., beginning at a post the North-west corner of Lot No. 32 of the al lotment of lands in Sweden Township, thence South on the West line of said Lot No. 32 one hundred and sixty rods to a post, thence West fifty-three rods to a post standing in she Fast line of Lot No. 29, henee North on line of Lots Nos. 29 and 28 one hunared aud sixty rods to a post, thence East along the South line of Lot No. 37 53 rods to the place of begin ning; containing 53 acres, of which thirty acres are improved, with one log house, one log barn, and some fruit trees thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Morris S. Carpenter. ALSO—Certain real estate to wit: Bound ed on ihe North by Lot No. 118 of allotment of lands of M. C. Barber in Harrison Township, and Lot No. 72 conveyed to Nathaniel Hub bard, on tlie east by lot No. 73 and lot N0.116 conveyed by Trustees Bingham estate to Hen. Cummings, on the south by lot No 80, and on the west by lands of George Fox audSobieski Ross. Lot No. 69, conveyed to Henry Hurlurt, and Lot No. 118 aforesaid, being Lot No. 74 of the allotment of lands of M. C. Barber in Harri-on Township and part of Warrant No. 1101 Potter County, Pa.; containing 64-5 acres, be the same more or less, with the usual al lowance of six per cent, for Roads, Ac., about fifty acres of which are improved, with one frame h use and frame barn thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the pro perty of Calvin Cummings. ALSO — Certain real estate to wit: Bounded I North by the State line and Highway, East by j lot No. 349 of allotment of Bingham Estate in I Bingham Township and lots in possession of D. Bobbins and D. G. Howe, south by lot of Win. Hill and west by east line of Genesee township; containing 110 3 acres with the usual allowance of six percent, for roads, Ac., being lots Nos. 1 and 26 of the allotment of lands of S. M. Fox, Deed in Bingham town ship and part of Warrant No. 1240. about 40 acres of which are improved, with one frame barn, oue frame bouse, one log hous, and some fruit thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Lester Stone. ALSO—Certain real esente situate in Sha ron township, Potter County, Pa., described as follows, to wit. Beginning at the North east corner of the lot deeded by John Keating and others to Wm. Lister in War t No. 22>'8, thence East along the line of land known as the D'Aubigney tract 106-5 perches to the cor ner of a lot originally deeded to B. F. Nichols, thence South one hundred and three and perches to a corner of Amos A. Newton's land, thence by line of said land south thirty-nine degrees West thirty-three and four-tenths perches to the O.nvayo road, thence along said road south fifty-one degrees east one perch, thence along the Stevens and Nichols mill road south fifty-five and one-half d.-grecs vest forty seven perches to the line of Nichols and Stev- ens mill lot. tin 'U .r •- forty.nine containing aero, ft the So i X ()■ • s, K and eighty of James Tyler's land, r f said Tyler's land North the line of Sala Stevens' land, thence by the South line of said Stevens'land east one hun dred and eighty perches to the place of begin ning; containing ninety acres of land, and being part of Warrant No. 2178, on which are erected one frame house, one frame barn, and some fruit trees thereon. Seized, takeu in execntion, and to be sold as the property of O. C. Warner and Peter Bateiuent. ALSO—Certain real estate to wit: Bounded on the North by lots Nos. 119 and 59 of the allotment of the lands of Margaret C. Barber in Harrison township, on the Bast by East part of lot No. 15G, on tho South by lands of G. Fox and Sobieski Ross, and on the West by said lands of Fox and Ross and lot No. 119 aforesaid ; containing 62 5 acres, be the same more or less, with the usual allowance of six per cent, for roads, &c., being the West part of lot No. 156 of the allotment of lands of M. C. Rarber in Harrison township and part of warrant Nos. 1105 and 1192 Potter County. Pa., about sixty acres of which arc improved, with one frame house, one frame barn, one log house, one log barn, and some fruit trees thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Thomas D. Lillie. ALSO—Certaiu real estate to wtt: Bounded on the North by lot No. 59 ol the allotment of lands of M. C. Barber in Harrison township, on the Ea3l by lot No. 61, on the South by lands of G. Fox nnd S. Ross, and on the West by West part of lot No. 156 ; containing 73-6 acres, with the usual allowance of six per cent, for roads, Ac., being the east part of lot No. 156 of lie allotment of lands of M. C. Bar ber in Harrison township and part of warrants Nos. 1105 and 11S2. Potter County, Pa., about fifteen acres of which are improved, with one log shanty thereon. Seized, taken in execu tion, and to be sold as the property of James Lillie. ALSO—Certain real estate, to wit: Bound ed on the North and West by lands of George Fox and Sobieski Ross, on the South by lot No. 48 conveyed by trustees of Bingham Es tate to Isaac Byam and by lot No. 47 of allot ment of lands of S Ross in Ulysses township, and on the East by lots Nos. 46 and 43 of said allotment, and No. 45 conveyed by trustees aforesaid to Thomas Hamilton, being lot No. 44 of the allotment of S. Ross, in Ulysses township and part of warrant No. 1273, Pot ter Co., Pa., containing 108 4 acres, be the same more or ies3 with the usual allowance of 6 per cent, for roads &c., about 40 acres, of which are improved, with one frame house, one log barn and a quantity of fruit trees thereon. Eeized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the Dropcrtv of Samuel Gibbs. I * WM. F. BURT, Sheriff. Condemnort, Sept. 2. 1861. $25 S EIU PLOY n EXT ! ! AGENTS WANTED. We will pay from $25 to $75 per month, and all expenses, to active Agents, er give a commission. Particulars sent free. Address ERIE SSWISG MACHINE COMPANY, R. JAMES, General Agent, Milan, Ohio, au2lly PRICE CURRENT. Corrected every Wednesday b.y E. N. STE3- BINS A BRO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions, opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel, Condersport, Pa. Apples, trreen, bush., $ 37£ to 621 do dried, " 100 200 Beans. 44 100 150 Beeswax, lb., 20 25 Beef, " 45 Berries, dried, quart 6 12i Buckwheat, bush., 44 50 Butter, lb., 10 12 Cheese, '• 7 10 Corn, bush., 75 88 Corn Meal, per cwt., 150 200 Eggs, doz , 10 Flour, extra, bbl., 650 700 do superfine 44 550 GOO Hams, lb., 12$ 15 Hay, ton, 550 600 Honey, per lb., 10 121 Lard, 14 12 15 Maple Sugar, per lb., 8 12 Oats, 7J4 bush., 30 35 Onions, 44 75 100 Pork, ft bbl., 21 00 23 00 do lb., 10 13 do in whole hog, qj} lb., 6 7.} Potatoes, per bush., 37 £ 50 Peaches, dried, lb., 25 Poultry, lb., 5 7 Rve, per bush., 63 75 | Salt, bbl., 275 350 do sack, 20 Trout, per $ bbl., 450 500 Wheat, Tjjl bush., 100 L 12.J White Fish, ~t> $ bbl., 450 500 Administrator's Notice. IVrOTICE is hereby given that letters of ad- I i 1 ministrafon on the estate of BEXJ. T. i HOXIE, late ot Sweden township, Potter Co. 'deed, have been granted to the subscriber by the Register of Potter county, to whom ali ; debts due to said estate and claims against the same, must be presented for settl mentor | payment. J W. BI itD, Admr. Sweden, Sept. 2. 1861. fit Administrator's muc. BY virtue of an order issued in the Or phan's Court oftlie County of Potter and to us directed, we shall expose to sale by pub lic vendue or outcry, at the Court House in 1 the borough of Coudersport, on Monday, the 23d day of Sept. next, at one o'clock. P. M. J the following described real estate, Ac.. Beginning at the sout twest corner of square No 21, thence east eight perches to the south west corner of lot No 221, thence north twent j ty-four feet to the south-east corner of a lot deeded to Sarah J. Schooinaker, theuce west | parallel with second street eight roils to the I east line of east strees, thence south along j the lino of east stieet twenty-four feet to the I place of beginning, being thegouth part of lot No 210 on square No 21 in said borough, on which is erected one Two- Story Store House 1 ALSO a strip of laud in the borough of Cou dersport, bounded and described as follows : beginning at the south-east corner of lot No 2io thence cast along the north line of Second street 'brty feet to a post, thence northerly parallel with East street twelve rods to a po-t, thence westerly parallel with Second sttve : forty feet to tue South-east corner of lot No 207. theuce southerly along the east side >t ' iois No 208, 209 aud 2.0 twelve rods to th j place of beginuiug, being part o! said square real estate situate in W har county, it P. in e one township. Potter built the rods to the one ALSO, one undivided half of certain real estate in said Township County and State, described as follows: Bounded on the North by unseated lands, on the East by the Sinne mahoning Creek,- on the South and M est by unseated lands, Containing about one hun dred acres of which about three acres are, improved, being real estate of the late X* Schoomakcr, deceased. Terms, one-third cash at the date of ?*le and the balance with interest in one year from said date. W. H. MKTZCAU, 1 H. J. OLMSTF.D, J Coudersport, Aug. 27, 1861. Divorce Notice. HANNAH S. BILLINGS, ) No. 71, February by her next friend 1 Term, 1861. In H.O.PERRY, [ theCommonPicas vs. I of Potter county. HARVEY BILLINGS. J Libel in Divorce. A subpoena and alias subpoena having been issued in this case and returned Aihif, the said Harvey Billings, the respondent above named, is hereby notified and required to be and appear in our Court of Common Pleas, at the next Terra of said Court at Coudersport, in the county of Potter, to answer the com plaint of the libellunt. \VM. F. BU RT, Shff. Coudersport, Aug. 12, 1861 Ahbolt Townslilp— THRKE TEACHERS WANTED. The School-Term begins on the first of Ootober. Applications requested to be sent in as soon as possible. M. HASLINGER, Aug. 1. fpd] Sec. B. S. D. Newspaper Depot. A B. JIAVIi, General Agent for the! AV* sale of the New Y'ork Dailies, Weeklies, the American Monthlies and Quarterlies, and all the Foreign Periodicals. Terms to suit the times. te>y~The Tribune for sale, every evening. At the POST OFFICE. ' I Notice. Yl/TIEREAS, letters of Administration to TV the estate of ALVAH C. TAGGART, late of the county of Potter, deceased, have been granted to the subscribers, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, aad those having claims against the same, will present them duly au theutieatcd lor settlement. POLLY ANN TAGGART, JOHN P. TAGGART, Aug. 21, 1861 Administrators. BLANK DEEDS for sale at this Office The Coudersport Academy Vir7~lLL be re-opened on M >nday, Sept. 9,1 W 1861. The Fall Term wjU. continue thirteen weeks, closing Dec. 6. Rates of Tui tion, as heretofore, viz ■ Primary Instruction, . . $2 00 Common English, . . 3 50 Higher English and Latin, . 450 French, exrra. .... 200 A Teachers' Class will be formed if desired. CLARA STOCEWI LL, Principal. K tTE M'" D'O'oi t,. Assistant, AYEE "S Sarsaparilla FOR PURIFYING TJ [E BLOOD. And for the speedy cure of the ft lowing complaints: Scrofula and Scrofulous A flections,audi as Tumors, Ulcers, Sor :s, Eruptions, Pimples, Pustules, li! tUlieg, Boils, Blaius, and all Skin l)i leases. OAKLAND, In 1., 6th June, 1869. J. C. AYER A CO. Gents: I fee it my duty to ao knowledge what your Sarsaparilll has done for mei Having inherited s Scrofulous inleiftiou, 1 have suffered from it in various ways for years. Sometimes it buret out in Ulcers on my hands and arms; sometimes it turned inward and distressed me ,t the stomach. Two years ago it broke out ou my head .nil covered my scalp and ears with one sore, which was minfiil and loathsome beyond description. I tried many Medicines and several physicians, but without much relb r from any thing. In fact, the disorder grew worse. Ai length 1 was rejoiced to read in the llospel Messenger t tat you itad prepared an alterative (Sarsaparilla). fir I k tew from your reputa tion that anj- tiling you m;id" m ist be good. 1 sent to Cincinnati and get it, and used it t II it cured me. I took it, as you advise, in small doses ifa teaspoonful over a month, and used almost three hot les. New and healthy skin soon began to form under lie scab, which after a while fell otf. My skin is now el ar, and 1 know by my feelings that the disease has gone From my system. Yon can well believe that I leel what 1 am saying when I toll you, that I hold you to be oue of the apostles of the age, aud rcumiu ever gratefully. Yours. A .EKED B. TALLEY. St. Anthony's Fire. Rot c or Erysipelai, Tetter anil Suit Itiici m. Scald Head, Ringworm, Sore Kyen, Dropsy. Dr. Robert M. Preble writes I oni Salem, N. Y., 12th Sept., 1859, that lie has cured an inveterate case of Dropsy, which threatened to to minute fatally, by the persevering use of our Sarsaparil a, aud also a dangerous Malignant Erysipelas l>,v large < uses of the same; says he cures the common Eruptions >y it constantly. Broncliocele, Goitre r Swelled Neck. Zebulon Sloan of Prospect, Tej as, writes : " Three bot tles of your Sarsaparilla cured u e from a Goitre ft hid eous swelling on the neck, whi ;li I had suffered from over two years." Lrncorrhirn orlVhltos Ovarlßn Tnmor, Uterine Ulceration, Female Discuses. Dr. J B. S. Channing, of Newi York City, writes ; " I most cheerfully comply with fbelreqtient of your agent in saving I have found your Sarsipari Ila a most excellent ulterative in the numerous cohiplaints for which we employ such a remedy, hut especially in Female Diseases of the Scrofulous diathesis. I ljivo cured many inveter ate cases of Lencorrhoea by it. and some where the com plaint was caused by id re ration of the uterus. The ulcer l ation itself was soon cured. Nothing within my knowl edge equals it for these female derangements." Edward S. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, "A dan rerotis nrariun tumor OH one of the females in my family*, wiii'-h bad defied all the remedies we could employ, has at length been completely cured by your Extract of Sar laparilla. Our physician thought nothing but extirpa tion could afford relief, but be advised the trial of your Sarsaparilla as the last resort before cutting, aud it proved effectual. After takiugyour remedy eight weeks oo symptom of the disease remains." Syphilis ami Mercurial Disease. N'rvr ORLEANS, 25th August, 1869. DP.. J. C. AYER : Sir, I cheerfully comply with the re piest of your neurit. and report to you some of the effects [ have realized with vnnr Sarsaparilla. I have cured with it, in my practice, most of the com plaints for which it is recommended, and have found its •ffects truly wonderful in the cure of Venereal anil Mer- Mrial Disease. One of my patients had Syphilitic ulcers .n his throat, which were consuming his palate and the top of his mouth. Your Sarsaparilla, steadily taken, ;nred him in five weeks. Another was attacked by sec ondary symptoms in bis nose, aud the ulceration had ateu away a considerable part of it, so that I believe the disorder would soon reach bis brain and kill him. But it yielded to my administration of your Sarsaparilla; the ulcers healed, and he is well again, not of course without K>me disfiguration to his face. A woman who had been treated for the same disorder by mercury was suffering from this poison in her bones. They had become so sen sitive to the weather that on a damp day she suffered ex truciating pain in her j-. mis aud bones. She, too, was sured entirely by your !>arsapin ilia in a few weeks. I know from its formula, which your agent gave me, that this I'leparatioii from your laboratory uuist be a great remedy; consequently, these truly remarkable results with it have not surprised me. Fraternally yours, G. V. LARIMER, M. E= Fiviciunatl irn. Gout, Liver Complaint. INPEIUNDLNCK. Preston Co.. Va.. Cth July, 1859. DR. J. C. AYER: Sir. T have been afflicted with a pain ful chronic Jfheumatism for a long Jime, which baffled tho skill of physicians, and stuck to nie in spite of all the •euiedies I could find, until I tried your Sarsaparilla. One Dottle cured nie in two weeks, and restored my general aeallli so much that I am far better than be tore I was Attacked. 1 think it a wonderful medicine. J. FIIEAM. Jules Y. Getchell, of St. bonis, writes: "I have been Afflicted for years with an oped ion of the Liver, which destroyed my health. 1 tried every thing, and every thing failed to relieve me; and 1 have been a broken-down man for some yi sis from no other cause than derangement of '.he I.irtr. My beloved pastor, the l'ev. Mr. Espy, advised tee to try your Sarsaparilla. because he said he knew you, and any thing you imule was worth trying. By the bless ing of God ,t has cured me. and has so purified my blood as to make a new man of me. 1 feel young again. The best that can be said of you is not half good enough." Schlrrtis.C'anccr Tumors, Enlargement, Ulceration, Caries unit Exfoliation of the lloucs. A great variety of cases have been reported to ns where cures of th. se formidable complaints have resulted from the use of this remedy, but our space here w ill not admit them. Some of them may be found in our American Almanac, which the agents below named are pleased to furnish gratis to all who call for them. Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fits, Epilep sy, Melancholy, Neuralgia Many remarkable cures of these affections Lave been made by the alterative p> vver of this medicine. It stimu lates the vital functions into vigorous action, and thus ivercomes disorders which would lie supposed lieyond its reach. Such a remedy has long been required by the ne cessities of the people, and we are confident that this will 3o for them all that medicine can do. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, FOR THF, RAPID CURE OF Coiiglts, Colils, Influenza, Iloarsenen, Croup, Bronelittis, Incipient Con sumption, anil Cor the Belief of Consumptive Patients lit advanced Stages of tlie Disease. This is a remedy so universally known to surpass any other for the cure of throat and lung complaints, flint it Is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Its unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, aud its truly wonderful cures of pulmonary disease, have made it known throughout the civilized nations of the earth. Few are the communities, or eVcn families, among them who have not some personal Experience of its effects some living trophy in tbeir niijdi-t of its victory over the subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lungs. As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and as they know, too. the effects of this remedy, we need not 3o more than to assure them that it has now all the vir tues that it did have when making the cures which have Won so strongly upon the con tide use of mankind. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Masr S till by 0. 4 Ac E. A Jon.'S, Condor-port Mann Ac NichoH .Millport; N. J. Mills, Coles burg : Colwell Ac Lyman. Roulet; A. Corey Ac Son, Ulysses; A B. Iliortoa, Cushingvilie ; and by Dealers irenerally ARKiU,I Vli:\ r The undersigned having just received a large anil well selected stock of CLOCKS, WATCHES & JEWELRY, offers them for sale at prices that will com pare favorably with those of any city or town within 100 miles. Every article of jewelry and every style of Watches and Clocks usu ally found in retail Stores kept constantly on hand, an-d warranted to be as represented.— Also, Real's Patent Revolvers kept on hand, and sold cheap. Repairing done on short notice, in good style and fair rates. Call aud see mc at the sign of the " Big Watch." C. H. WARRINER. Coudersport, Jan. 1. 1861. CORDS of WOOD wanted at tne JOURNAL Office, immediately, for which the highest Market Price trill be paid in Subscriptions and Advertising. 0. 11. SIMMONS Of Dswayo Village Has just received a large stock of GOODS of all kinds, such as DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE. '•IIOOP-WEAR. - ' CUTLERY, PROVISIONS, such as FLOURS, MEATS, SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SPICES, Ac., Ac. Everything, in fact, of every kiml, shape, and form, that is fit for Wearing, Eating, Drink ing, Sleeping upon, Looking at. or Smelling Will pay the highest priac for Wool, Shin- i g:cs, Ac., in exchange, part CASH if necessa ry. Will pay for Good Shingles, 21 shilling, for Wool 25 to 30 cts., or more if Wool should : advance. All goods as CHEAP as can be ' bought in the country.—July IT, 0' L iurd7~ DEALER in TEA. SUGAR, OA TIKE R, LAWNS, DILLAINES, and so forth, and 1 all things as belong to a country Store, iricfu- 1 ding 4 DOLL-BAB FES and some HOOP-SKIRTS,; and some CLOTHES. in Brooklaod, (formerly Cualungvillc.), June, 1801. ! _ _ __ OLMSTED sV KELLY'S can always be found the best ol ij Cooking, Box and Parlor S T O Y E S . Also. TIN and SIIFT-IRON WARE. POTS. KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,; FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD RONS. Also, Agricultural Implements, such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA TORS. CORN-* O HELLERS, HORSE-RAKES. DOG-POWERS, Ac. THEIR WORK is well made and the material good. Good and substantial EAVES-TIIOUGKS put up in any part of the County—Terms easy. Ready Pay of all kinds, including Cash, soldo*** refused. Store on Main Street ojipositc the Old Court House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, IS 1 .!).-50 MAN HOOD. now LOST, HOW RESTORED. II Just published, in a sealed envelope: Ox THE NATURE, TREATMENT, ANDRADICAL CURE OF SPKIIMATORRHCPA. or Seminal Weakness.S x ual Debility, Nervousness and involuntary missions, inducing impotence and Meutal and Physical incapacity. BY ROW. J. CULVERWELII, *.f. P., The important fact that the awful conse quences of self-abuse may be effectually cured without internal medicines or tli" dangerous ! applications of caustics, instruments, medica ted bougies, and other empirical devises, is here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely n w and highly successful treatment, as adop d by the celebrated author fully explained, by means of which every one is enabled to •are himself perfectly, and at the least possi blc cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised ostrums of the day. This lecture will prove boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope.to any ddress, post paid, on the receipt of two post go stamps, by addressing Dr. CH. J. C. KLINE, 12-7 Bo very. New York. P. 0. box 4.580. <OAi KTfUNO FOR~T!IE TIMES !!! 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(Corner of Liberty Street.) jvDlv AGENTS WANTED In all Parts of the Country To obtain Subscribers for Losing's Pictorial Fielil-JBcok of the A >II:UIC.4N IIEYOUTtfI\\ In Two Volumes Royal Octavo, containing upward of 1500 Pages and 1100 Beautiful Illustrations. ; This work will be sold exclusively by Agts. [ to each of whom a special District will be givJn. Rare inducements offered. Applicants should name the Counties they would prefer. Agents wanted also for other works appro priate to the times. Maps of the Seat of War ! I Flag Envelopes and Taper, Miscellaneous Books, , etc , supplied. Address GEO. W. ELLIOTT, Harpers Building, Franklin Square, N. Y. DP. .PAYNES FAMILY" MEDICINES for sale at E. N. STEBBINS A BRO. I Odd LBS. of W >OL wanted immediately at STEBBINS' ADVERTISE. A DVERTISK in the JOURNAL! It is the on lA ly paper in Potter county, and is a good medium through which to reach tho people of all districts. *• They go right to the Spot!" fnslant Relief! Slop your CorfjgA f Purify your Breath Strengthen your T'cter ? Spaldiiig's THROAT CONFECTIONS ARB ! GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN", GOOD FOR LECTURERS, GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS, GOOD FOR SINGERS, GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES. CIEXTLEMEX CARRY ; SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. LADIES ARE OKLIGIITED WITH I SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS. CHILDREN* CRY FOR SPALDING'S THROAT COFFECTIONS.* They relieve a Cough instantly. They clear the Throat. They give strength and volume to the voice. They impart a delicious aroma to the breatb They are delightful to the taste. They are made of simple herbs and can not harm any one. I advise every one who has a Cough cr • i Husky Voice or a Bad Breatb, or any difficul j ty of the Throat, to get a Package of my Throat i Confections, they will relieve you I and vou will agree with me that they goriglrt lto the spot." You will find them very useful [and pleasant while traveling or attending pub- I lie meetings for staling your Cough or allay ! ing your throat. If you try one package lam ! safe in saying that you will ever afterwards j consider them indispensible. You will find them at the Druggists and Dealers in Medicines PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. , , My signature is on each package. All others are counterfeit. A Package will be sent by mail, pre paid, ! on receipt of Thirty Cents. Address, HENRY C. SPALDING, No. 48 Cedar street. New-Yoik. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiuiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiimiimMi CEPHALIC PILLS CURE SICK HEADACHL, CURE NERVOUS HEADACHE, CURE ALL KINDS OF HEADACHE,' - By the Use of these Pills the periodic attacks of Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevent ed ; and if taken at the commencement rf an attack immediate relief from pain and sick ness will be obtained. i . . ' ' * They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Headache *o which females arc so sub ject. , They'act gently upon the boweis—remov. ing Costiceness. For Literary Men, Students. Delicate Fe -1 males, and'll persons of sedentary habits, they [ are valuable as a Laxative, improving the ap j petite, giving tone and vigor to the digestive or ; gaus, and restoring the natural elasticity and strength of the whole 9ystem. The CEPHALIC PILLS arc the result of long investigation and carefully conducted ex periments. having been in use many years, during which time the} - bare prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering i from Headache, whether originating in the nervous system or from a deranged state of the stomach. They arc enti-ely vegetable in their compo ! siticn, arid may e taken a! afl times with per j feet safety with at making any change of di et. and the disc cc of any disagreeable taste ren ! ders Heavy to ca anister them to children. BEWAR. OF COUNTERFEITS j The genuine have five signatures of Henry C. l Spalding on.each Box. Sold by Druggists arid all other Dealers in j Medicines. | A Box will be sent by mail prepaid* on re ceipt of the PR rCE. f>s CENTS. ! All orders should t>e addressed to HENRY C. F>FADDING, 48 Cedar Street, New-York. i THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMEMTS OF SPALDING'S" CEPHALIC PILLS, WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM' HEADACHE THAT A [SPEED? AND SURE CURE IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. uiitKittniiituaiMiitimsimitiiimiiiapitiiia'iHsiH.'yiHitjiiiiuMUi* | A single bottle of SPAI.DING S PRE PARED GLUE will save ten times its cost annually. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE ! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES ' r ECONOMY f JMSPATCII '* ''A STITCH IN TIME SAVES As accidents will happen, even in well reg ulated families, if is very desirable to have sorne cheap and convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ac. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meets all such emergencies, anu no household can afford to be without it. It is always ready, and up to the sticking point. , ' "USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE " X. 8.--A Brush accompanies each* Brittle, Price, 23 cents. Address, HENRY C SPALDING,, No. 48 CEDAR Street, New-York. CAUTION. .. As certain unprincipled person? are attempt ing to palm off on the unsuspecting public,j iniitations of my PREPARED GH E, I would, caution all prirsons to examine before purchas ing, and sec that the full name, j SPALDING'S PREPARED GLVR f is on the outside f ft'-' are swindling counterfeits.