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president Judge.
the tiuie of the meeting of the
Conveution is near at hand, and Potter
, cou will be called upon to give expres
sion of her preference for President Judge,
lease announce the name of Hon. C. 13.
CURTIS, of Warren, as a candidate. Mr. j
Curtis is justly Considered one of the
mo 3t able lawyers of north-western Penn
gdvauia, 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
pistriet. A IIESirENT.
jay-Announce 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
busiuess, given entire satisfaction to the
people, is just in the prime of life, and
the people of this county think there is
no need of changing merely for the sake
of change. - Judge WHITE'S decisions j
having been just, intelligent and merciful, t
the people of the district can do no better
than return him who having ouce served
fhem faithfully it is but justice to infer
will contihut to do so. POTTER.
Associate Judge.
Announce the ttame of COLLINS
SMII'H, of Condersport, as a candidate for
Associate Judge, subject to the decision o<
the Republican Convention.
Commissioner.
. fiar Announce the name of BARNEY
lIICKSof Ulysses township for Commissioner.
He is every way qualified for the duties of the
office, and will make a faithful officer if elec
ted. C.
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
Citv and Country Advertising.
Transient Advertisements and those from a
distance must be Cask 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
$1; Twelve copies, $lO ; Twenty copies, $lB,
with one tc the person raising the Club. The
money must accompany the names.
tjoadereport. Wednesday Evening, Sept. 4. 1861.
HaT'See New Advertisements :
Shff. Sales.
Court Proclamation.
Ad ministrator's Notice.
Jury and Issue Lists.
Coudcrsport Academy—This Institu
tion offers particular inducements to those
desirous of obtaining an education suita
ble for almost all vocations. Hoarding
at moderate rates can be procured in the
village, for those from a distance. The
teachers are experienced, competent and
worthy the respect and couGdenee of the
community.
JtsTWe publish, to the exclusion of
other interesting matter, the speech of
the Hon Danici 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.
fee"*" Two Military Companies (one
Battallion) under command of Maj. J.NO.
M. KILBOUUXE, leave Potter cuuuty 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 tuen for the war.
Ilurrah for Potter !
A large meeting was held this (Wed
nesday) afternoon, at which speecb.es were :
made by Messrs. Arthur Gr. Olmsted,
Captain N. J. Mills, and Major Kilbourn.
B#L.llon. Judge RGr. White was nom
inated for re-election in Tioga county, Dy
acclamation.
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
# • I '
fi*a?"lhe 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.
In Colesburg, 27th inst., CLARISSA, wife !
of Thomas Jackson, aged 70 years, 8 months
and 8 days.
By VIRTUE of sundry writs of Venditioni
Exponas, Fieri Facias and Levari Facias
issued out of the C'ougt of Common Pleas of Pot
ter County, Pennsylvania, and to me directed, 1
shall expose to public sale or outcry, at the Court
House in Coudersport, on MONDAY, the 23rd
day of Sept 1861, at 10 o'clock, a. in., the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit :
Crrtain real estate beginning at the North
west corner of George Ayres' wind-fall lot,
ence North 86-7 rods to the South line of
Matthias Reed's lot. thence East 170 rods to a
torner, thence Soueh 230 rods to a corner,
•icc West 83 rods to East line of Ayres' lot
thence North by Ay res' Ka.-t ,nie one hundred
and forty-six rods to Ayres's North-east cor
ner, thence West lOC-*? rods to place of begin
ning ; containing one hundred and fifty acres,
and being part of Warrants 12125, 2llS. and
and is mostly in Summit Township, Pot
ter County, Pa., on which there is about thir
ty acres of cleared land, 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 Ulvgees Townships, Potter County,
Pa., bounded North by lands of Emm;", B.
Monroe, East by lands of 11. Itollebeth, South
by lands of Win. Morley and A. Bynra, 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 thence West
fifty-three rods to a post standing in she East
line of Lot No. 29, thence North on line of
Lots Nos. 29 and 28 one hunured 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 the 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 the east by lot No. 73 and lot No.l 16
conveyed by Trustees lfugharn estate to Hen.
Cummings, on the south by lot No 80, and on
the west by lands of George Fox and Sobieski
Ross, Lot No. GO, conveyed to Henry Hurlurt,
and Lot No. 118 aforesaid, being Lot No. 74
of the allotment of lands of M. 0. Barber in
Harrison 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, &c., 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 tko pro
perty of Calvin Cummings.
ALSO —Certain real estate to wit; Bounded
North by the State line and Highway, East by
lot No. 349 of allotment of Bingham Estate in
Bingham Township and lots in possession of
D. Robbins and D. G. Howe, south by lot of
Wm. Hill and west by east line of Genesee
township; containing 116 3 acres with the
usual allowance of six per cent, for roads, &c.,
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 -10
acres of which are improved, with one frame
barn, one frame house, one log hous, and some
fruit thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and
to be sold as the property of Lester Stone.
ALSO—Certain real esentc 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'Anbigney 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 Owayo road, thence alonjr said
road south fifty-one degrees cast one perch,
thence along the Stevens and Nichols mill road
south fifty-five and one-lialf degrees vest forty
seven perches to the line of Nichols and Stev
ens mill lot., thence North seventy-six degrees
west forty.nine ..erches to the line of the above
named Lister lot. thence North one hunnred
and forty-five perches to the place of begin
ning; containing ninsty-thrce acres and six
tonths of an acre, on which are erected one
frame house, one frame barn, and other out
buildings and fruit trees thereon.
ALSO—Real estate in Clara township, viz:
Beginning at the Fast line of warrant No.
2178 and being the South-east corner of the
farm occupied by Sala Stevens, thence South
eighty perches to the North-east corner of a
lot sold at Sheriff's sale to Joseph Mann as the
property of W. B. Graves, thence by the line
of said land and Wm. V. Keating k Co. west
one hundred and eighty perches to the corner
of James Tyler's land, thence by the East line
of said Tyler's land North eighty porches to
the line of Sala Stevens' land, thence by the
South line of said Stevens'laud 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, taken in
execntion, and to be sold as the property of
O. C. Warner and Peter Batement.
ALSO—Certain real estate to wit: Bounded !
on the North, by lots Nos. 118 and 59 of the!
allotment of the lands of Margaret 0. Barber!
in Harrison township, on the East 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. Barber in Harrison township and part of
warrant Nos. 1105 and 1192 Potter County.
Pa., about sixty acres of which are 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 1). Lillie.
ALSO —Certain real estate to wtt: Hounded
on the North by lot No. 59 ol the allotment of
lands of M. C. Barber in Harrison township,
on the Easl by lot No. 61, on the South by
lands of G. Fox and 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, &c., being the east part of lot
No. 156 of he 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 iu 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. 46and43 of said
[ allotment, and No. 45 conveyed by trustees
j aforesaid to Thomas Hamilton, beiug lot No.
j44 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 less with the usual allowance
of 6 per cent, for roads &c., about 40 acres, of
which arc improved, with one frame house,
one log barn and a quantity of fruit tre. s
| thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to
| be sold as the property of Samuel Gibbs.
WM. F. BURT, Sheriff.
' Coudcrsnort, Sept. 2. 1861.
s*s ! KM PLOL MEST ! !
AGENTS WANTED.
We wiil pay from $25 to $75 per month,
and all expenses, to active Agents, or give H
commission. Particulars scut free. Address
KRIK SSWING MACHINE COMPANY, R. JAMES,
General Agent, Milan. Ohio, au2lly
PRICE CI RRF.XT.
Corrected every Wednesday b.y E. N. STEB
BINS & BRO. Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions,
opposite D. F. Glassraire's Hotel,
Coudersport, Pa.
Apples, green, bush., $ 37} to 621
do dried, 44 100 200
Beans. 44 100 150
Beeswax, lb., 20 25
Beef, 44 4 5
Berries, dried, 7j4 quart 0 12;
Buckwheat, %! bush., 44 50
Butter, qjl lb., 10 12
Cheese, 4 * 7 10
Corn, bush., 75 88
Corn Meal, per cwt., 150 200
Eggs, j4 doz , 10
Flour, extra, bbl., G5O 700
do superfine 44 550 600
Hams, 7j4 lb., 12$ 15
Hay, ton, 550 600
Honey, per lb., 10 12}
Lard, 44 12 15
Maple Sugar, per lb., 8 12
Oats, Tjd bush., 30 35
Onious, 44 75 100
Pork, fl bbl., 21 00 23 00
do 7(4 lb., 10 13
do in whole hog. lb., G 7.}
Potatoes, per bush., 37} 50
Peaches, dried, 7J4 lb., 25
Poultry, q4 lb., 5 7
Rye, per bush., 63 75
Salt, 7(4 bbl., 275 350
do sack, 20
Trout, per } bbl., 450 500
Wheat, bush., 100 L 12.}
White Fish, } bbl., 450 5 00"
Administrator's A'olice.
| jVT OTICK is hereby given that letters of ad
j i-V ministrap.on on the estate of BEXJ. 'l.
| HOXIE, late of Sweden township, Potter Co.
1 dee d, have been granted to the subscriber by
I the Register of Potter county, to whom ah
! debts due to said estate and claims against
; the same, must be presented for settl mentor
I payment. J W. BIRD, Adrnr.
Sweden, Sept. 2. 1801. fit
Administrator's sale.
BY virtue of an order issued in the Or
phan's Court of the County of Potter and
I to us directed, we shall expose to sale by pub
lic vendue or outcry, at the Court House in
' the borough of (Joudersport, on Monday, the
23d day of Sept. next, at one o'clock. P. M.,
; the following described real estate, etc..
B"giuniug at thesout i west corner of square
| No 21, thence east eight perches to the south
west corner of lot No 221, thence north tweut
ty-four feet to the south-east corner of a lot
deeded to Sarah J. Schootnaker, thence west
parallel with second street eight rods to the
east line of east strees, thence south along
the lino of east stieet twenty-four feet to the
place of beginning, being the Joutli part of lot
No 210 on square No 21 in said borough, on
! which is erected one Two- Storv Store House
I ALSO a strip of land in the borough of'Cou
dersport, bounded and described as follows :
j beginning at the south-east corner of lot No
! 210 thence eastalong the north line of Second
street 'brtv feet to a post, thence northerly
parallel with East street twelve rods to a po-t,
thence westerly parallel with Second stive
forty feet to the South-east corner of lot No
207. thence southerly along the cast side of
lots No 2uB, 200 and 210 twelve rods to ill
place of beginning, being part of said square
No 21.
ALSO certain real estate situate in Whar
ton tow nship, Potter county, Pa., bounded on
the north by lands late of Jonathan Card,Levi
P. Card, and Geotge P. W. Card, east by J.L.
Nelson and south and west by the Sinuemaho
ning creek, containing about three acres of
land.
ALSO an undivided half part of one acre
of land in Wharton township. Potter count},
Pa , described as follows : commencing on tli •
bank of the Sinncmahoning ereek six rods
above the saw-mill built by the Card s, thence
about four or five rods to the gut thereon,
south-east along the gut far enough to m ik
an acre, thence westerly to the bank of the
creek, thence up the creek to the place of be
ginning, containing one acre of improved latin
1 on which is one water saw-mill and one frame
dwelling house.
ALSO, one undivided half of certain real
estate in said Township County and State,
described as follows: Bounded on the North
bv unseated lands, on the East by the Sinne
mahoning Creek, on the South and West by
unseated lands, Containing about one hun
dred acres of which about three acres are
improved, being real estate of the late N
Schoomakcr, deceased.
Terms, one-third cash at the date of sale
and the balance with interest in one year from
said date.
W. H. METZGAR, 1 ADMSR , S
H. J. OLMSTED, J
Coudcrsport, Aug. 27, 1861.
Divorce Notice.
lIANNAII S. BILLINGS, ] No. 71, February
by her next friend ! Tern:, 1861. In
H. O. PERRY, I theCominon Pleas
vs. f of Potter county.
lIARVEY BILLINGS. J Libel in Divorce.
A subpoena and alias subpoena having been
issued in this case and returned Nihil, 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 Term of said Court at Coudersport,
in the county of Potter, to answer the com
plaint of the libellant. WM. F. BU RT, Shff.
Coudersport, Ang. 12, 18G1
Abbol! Township--
rpiLREK TEACHERS WANTED.
JL The School-Term begins on the first of
Ootober. Applications requested to be sent
in as soon as possible. M. HASLINGER,
Aug. 1. fl'd] Sec. B. S. D.
Newspaper Depot.
A It. .11 .W\, General Agent for the
l\. sale of the New York Dailies, Weeklies,
the American Monthlies and Quarterlies, and
all the Foreign Periodicals. Terms to suit
the times.
IfSyThe Tribune for sale, everv evening.
B®. At the POST OFFICE. ' t
Notice.
¥IS7HEREAS, letters of Administration to
? ▼ 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, and those having claims
against the same, will present them duly au
thentieated for settlement.
POLLY ANN TAGGART,
JOHN P. TAGGART,
Aug. 21, 1861 Administrators.
BLANK DEEDS
for sala at tbii OTico
The Coudersport Academy
\X7"ILL bo r<?-opened on Monday, Sept. 9,i
▼ \ 18GL The Fall Term wjli continue
thirteen weeks, closing Dec. G. Dates of Tui
tion, n? heretofore, viz:
Primary Instruction, . . ? 2 00
Coinmon English, . . . 350
Higher English and Latin, . 450
French, extra 2 00
&KF'' A Teachers' Class will be formed if
desired.
CI.ATIA STOCKWN.T,, Principal.
K .tf M'' D'>"OAt,, Assistant,
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Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
FOR THF. UAriD CURE OF
Conceits, folds, Influenza, Iloarsenesi,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Con
sumption, olid for flic Relief
of Consumptive Patients
in advmieeil Stages
of tlie Disease.
This is a remedy so universally known to surpass any
other for the cure of throat and lung ci mplaints. that it
is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Its
unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its truly
wonderful cures of pulmonary disease, have made it
known throughout the civilized nations of the earth.
Few are the communities, or even families, among them
who have not some personal experience of its effects
some living trophy in their midst of its victory over the
subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lungs.
As ail know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and
as they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we nted not
3o more than to assure them that it has now all the vir
tues that it did have when making the cures which hav
Won so strongly upon the confidence of mankind.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Bml by 0. S & fi. A Jon.'S, U<> i U-r-p rt
Mann SL N'ichoh. Milijport; N.J. Mills, Coles
bur.'; Oolwell x Lyman, R >uiet; A. Corey &
Son, Ulysses; A B. llorton, Cusliingvilie ;
and by Dealers generally
\ I; wGiK IU M;i, vi I: v i
Tl " 3 undersigned having
just received a large and
w.-.l selected -tool; of
CLOCKS, WATCHES Sl JEWELRY,
offers theun 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, ami warranted to be as represented.—
Also, Deal's Patent Revolvers kept, on hand,
and sold cheap.
grST' Repairing done on short notice, in
good style and fair rates.
Call and see mc at the sign of the " Big
i Watch." C. H. WARRINER.
j Coudersport, Jan. 1. 1861.
4 C ORDS of WOOD wanted at
. tne JOURN AL Office, immediately,
for which the highest M irket Price
will b ■ paid in Subscriptions and
' Advertising,
C> It. SIMMONS
Of Os-.vayo Village
Has just received, a large stock of GOODS of
all kinds, such as
DRY-GOODS,
GROCERIES,
HARDWARE,
QUEEXSWARK,
"lIOOP-WEAR,"
CUTLERY.
PPOVISIONS, such as
FLOURS,
MEATS.
SUGARS,
COFFEES,
TEAS,
SPICES,
Ac., Ac.
Everything, in fact, of every kind, shape, and
form, that is fit for Wearing, Eating, Drink
ing, Sleeping upon, Looking at, or Smelling
Will pay the highest priec for Wool, Shin
gles, 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
idvance. All goods as CHEAP as can be
bought in the country.—July IV,''D
LTjmrdT
DEALER in
TEA.
SUGAR.
CAIrIKER,
LAWNS,
DILLAINES,
and so forth, and
all things as belong to a country Store, inclu
ding 4
DOLL-BABfES
and some
IIOOP-SKIRTS,
and some
CLOTHES.
in Brooklaod, (/oruiutly Cuahirigville.)
June, 18G1.
A T
OLMSTED sV KELLY'S
vJTORE can always Vie found the best ol
i ; Cooking, Box and Parlor
8 To V E 8.
Also. TIN and SIIFT-HtON WARE. POTS.
KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. Also,
Agricultural Implements,
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, COUN-HELLERS, HORSE-KAKLS.
DOG-POWERS. Ac.
THEIR WORK
is well mnde and the material good. Good and
substantial EAYES-TROUOHS put up in any
part of the County—Terms easy. Heady Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, IS '.O.- 50
MANHOOD.
now LOST, HOW RESTORED,
aft Just published, in a sealed envelope:
Ox THE NATURE, TREATMENT, AND RADICAL CORE
OK SPERMATORRHOCA. or Seminal Weakness.S x
ual Debility, Nervousness and involuntary
missions, inducing imputency and Mental and
Physical incapacity.
BY UOBT. J. CULVER WE T.II, *.F. P.,
The important fact that the awful conse
quences of self-abuse may be effectually cured
without internal medicines or the 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,
6 v means of which every one is enabled to
ore himself perfectly, and at the least possi
ble cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised
ostiums of the day. This lecture will prove
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope,to any
ddress, pe>st paid, on the receipt of two post
go stamps, by addressing
Dr. CH. J. C. KLINE,
12-7 Bowery. New York. F. 0. box 4,586.
SOM Kill INQ FOR THE TIMES S! 1
A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD !
JOHN'S & C BUS LEY'S
American Cement Glue,
The .strongest Glue in the World
For Cementing XScorf, Leather, Glass,
Ivory, China, Met ride, Porcelain,
Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc.
The only article of the kind ever produc
ed which will withstand Watef.
EXTRACTS:
"Every housekeeper should have a supply
of Johns & Crosley's American Cement Glue r:
—-New York Timet.
"Tt is so convenient to have in the house. - '
—New York Express.
'•lt is always ready ; this commends it to :
everybody. ' — N. Y. Independent.
"We have tried it, anu find it as useful in
our house as water.''-- \Yif fees' Spirit of the Times
S'rit e 25 t'enls per ISotii**.
Very liberal reductions to Wholesale Dealers.
TERMS CASH. .
For sale by all Druggists and Store
keepers generally throughout the country.
JOHNS & C SOS LEY,
(Sole Manufacturers.)
T8 William Street, New York.
(Corner of Liberty Street.) jvidv
AGENTS WANTED
In all Parts of the Country
To obtain Subscribers for
Pictorial Field Blook
of the
A >lER3€.4\ Bt 11YOIJLTI©Y.
In Two Volumes Royal Octavo, containing
upward of
1500 Pages and 1100 Beautiful Illustrations.
This work will be sold exclusively by Agts j
to each of whom a special District will be!
givSn. Rare inducements offered. Applicants I
should name the Counties they would prefer, j
Agents wanted also for other works appro- I
priate to the times.
Maps of the Seat of War!
Flag Envelopes nod I'apcr, Miscellaneous Books,
etc , supplied. Address
GEO. W. ELLIOTT,
Harpers Fnilding, Franklin Square, N. Y.
DR. JAYNF/S FAMILY MEDICINES 7m
sale at
E. N. STEBBINS ic BRO.
lOlHi LBS. of WOOL wanted immediately
at STEBBINS'
"advertise.
4 DYERTISK in thcJouRXALI Itistheon
i\. ly paper in Potter county, and is a good
medium through which to reach the people of
all district*.
'• They go right to tho Spot *"
{aslant Relief! Slop your CV'gA !
I'urifi/ your lireatk !
Strengthen your f'oict '
Spalding's
THROAT CONFECTIONS
auk
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN',
GOOD FOR LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOR SINGERS,
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
<tE.XTLF.MEX CARRY
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
LADIES ART PELIGFITED WITH
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
CHILDREN" CRY FOR
SPALDING'S THROAT COFF ECTIOXS!
They relieve a Cough instantly.
They clear the Throat.
The;- give strength end volume to the voice.
They impart a delicious aroma to the breath
They are delightful to the taste.
Thcv are made of simple herbs and can no!
harm any one.
t advise every one ;vho has a Cough Cr a
Husky Voice or a Bad Breath, or any difficul
ty ol'the Throat, to get a Pa kagc of my Throat
Confections, they will relieve you instantly,
and you will agree with me that they go righf
to the spot." You will find them very useful
and pleasant while traveling or attending pub
lic meetings for stilling your Cough or allay
ing your throat. If you try one package lam
safe in saying that you will ever afterwards
consider them indi?f>ensible. Yon 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-Voik.
iHiiiiiiimincMiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiimHtmiimiitiitiimimiiiiMiMi
CEPHALIC PILLS
CURE
SICK HEADACHE,
CURE
NERVOUS HEADACHE,
CURB
ALL KINDS OF HEADACHE,'
>; . .
. By the use of these Pills the periodic attacks
of Xervous or Sick Headache may be prevent
ed; and if taken at the commencement i f an
attack immediate relief from pain and sick
ness will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Xausra
and Headache which females are so sub
ject.
They'act gently upon the bowels —remor.
itig Costieencss.
For Literary Men, Utndents, Delicate Fe
males; and'll persons of sedentary habits, they
are valuable as a Laxative, improving the ap
petite, giving tone and vigor to the digestive or
gans, and restoring the natural elasticity and
strength of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of
long investigation arid carefully conducted ex
periments. having been in use many years,
during which time they have prevented and
relieved a vast amount cf pain and suffering
from Headache, whether originating in the
nervous system or from a deranged state of the
stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their compo
sition, and may e taken a! a" times with per
fect safety with tit making any change of di
et. and the dbsc cc of any disagreeable taste ren
ders it easy to ca linister them to children.
BEWAR. OF COUNTERFEITS
The genuine have five signatures of Henry C.
Spalding on.each Pox. r , 4
Sold by Druggists ar.d all other Dealers in
Medicines.
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on re
ceipt of the
ICE, f>s CENTS,
All orders should be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48 Cedar Street, New-York
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMEMTS OF
SPA LDI NO'S
CEPHALIC PILLS,
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM
HEADACHE
TIIAT A
SPEEDY AND SURE CURE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
MiiiiMfcsmiftuiMiiaßOTVcuMMaatiiauMMsaiitsmittimfiitiiißavtMM*
A single bottle of STALLING 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'
ECONOMY! TTtSPATCII !*
"'A STITCH IN TIMK SAVES
As accidents "'ill happen, even in well reg
ulated families, i". is very desirable to have
some 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 stiekiug point.
" ATVsEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE/'
N. B.- A Brush accompanies each Bcrttlt-
Price, 23 cents. Address,
HENRY C SPALDING,,
No. 48 CEDAR Street, New-York.
CAUTION. .. m
As certain unprincipled persons axe attempt
ing to palm off on the unsuspecting
imitations of my PREPARED GLi L, I would,
taction all persons to examine before purchas
ing, and see that the full name,
PREPARED GV'F jg^f
is on the outside wrapper r.:' o'ters ar*
I wind ling counterfeits.

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