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Whiskers ! Whiskers ! Do TOU want Whiskers or Moustaches ? Our Grecian compound will force them to grow on the smoothest face or chin, or hair on baid heads, in Six Weeks. Price, SI.OO. Sent by mail auvwhere, closely sealed, on receipt of price. " Address WARNER St CO., j rsQ Box 138, Brooklyn, N. Y THE MASON & HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS Fortv different styles, adapted to sacred and secular music, for SBO to S6OO each. FIFTY-j ONE Gold or Silver Medals, or other first premiums awarded thein. Illustrated Cata logues free. Address, MASON k HAMLIN, o/MASON A BROTHERS. New York Lyon's Periodical Drops! The Great Female Bemetly for Irrejj ula iue*. Tiww drops are a scientifically com pounded fiU'd p -eparatiott, aud be'ter than a: y Fills, J f'uwders or Nostrum*. Being liquid, their action is . direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy nd certain specific for the cure of all obstruction* and •uppres-ion# o r nature. Their popularity is indicated bv the fact (hat over 100,000 bottles area .nnall* sold niid consumed by the ladies of the United Sates every otie of wiiom speak in the strongest terms of praise of their great merits. Th-v are lapidly taking the place o ererv other Female Remedy, and are con ; tidereJ by al! who know aught of them.ns the surest safest, and moai infallible preparation in the World* for the cure of all Female com- laints. the removal of all obstructions of nature,and the promotion of health j regularity and strength. Explicit directions mating when tb-Y nutv be u>ed,n-lexplaining wU'-nmid a n> thev should not. nor couid not be used without pro ducing effects contrary to nature's chosen laws, will be found carefully folded around each bottle, with written signature'of JOHN L. LV OA, without wiiic.t JOHN L. LYON. 195 Chapel Street. New Haven, Conn., who can be consulted either personally or ny mail, (enclosing stamp,) con- ' ceruing all private diseases and female weaknesses. | Sold by Druggists everywhere Price $1 50 pr Bot. C G CLARK A CO., lr-p General Agts for United States and Cxnadas "rally the system" After a disease has been conquered, there i* still the weakness that it leaves behind is to be removed. Convalesceuse is a tediou-j affair. If the enfeebled and flaccid must clps, the shattered nerves, the thin and watery blood could speak, tbey would cry for liclp. Iu too many cases uch help as is given them is nut of the right kind. The : fiery stimulants of commerce do harm. They . kindle a temporary flame, which is a mockery. Their effect passes, and the last state of him who uses them is worse than the first. Not such is the effect of Ilostetter's Stom ach Bitters. There is no drawback to their toning properties. Balsamic plants and barks and roots contribute their restorative juices j to render this soothing nnd strengthening' "preparation a protective and remedial agent. Its basis is the only stimulant which ha-ever i been produced containing no fusel oil or any other deleterious element. The most careful nnd skillful chemis's have analyzed the Bit ters. nnd pronounced them harmless. This is scientific testimony; but the testi mony of the hundreds of thousands who have experienced the preventative and curative effects of the Great Vegetable Tonic and Alierative of modern times is still more con clusive. In fever and ague, dyspepsia, bil iousness nervous comilaints,general debility, and chronic complaints, it is as nearly infal lible as anything in this fallible world m be. Sold every .here. OR. TOBIAS VEXITIA XLI -VIM EX T. IT CURES CHOLERA, WHEN FIRST taken, lu a few hours; Dysentery in hall *u hocr; Toothache in five minutes. It is perfectly innocent to take internally, end is recommended by the most eminent Physicians in the United States. Price 4J auJ 80 cts. Tow an uA, Pa.. Aug. G, 1559. Dr. S. I. Tobias, New York ; Dear Sir—l have used your Veoitian Liniment with great jucccss, both as an internal as well as an ex ternal medicine. Iu cases of Bilious Cholic nnd Cholera Morbus I regard it as a sovereign remedy. Your Venitiau Horse Liniment stands unrivalled as a horse tncdicne amongst farriers and boatmen on this canal. WM. LEWIS, Sup't North Brauch Canal. Sold by all Druggists. Office, No. 36 Cort landt St. New York THE DECISIVE BATTLE HAS BDEX FOUGHT AISTD WON" In every State, and City, and Town iu the Union, by CRIST ADO RO'S lIAIII DYE over all would-be-rivals, and the palm of v.ctorv is awarded to it for depth and rich ness ot tint, durability, rapidity of action, softening and lubricating properties, and en tire freedom from every deleterious or 3oiiing ingredient. Manufactured by J. CRISTA DORO, No. 6 Astor House. New York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. lIR4M>Ki:TirS PILLS. COS TIVEXESS, BI4RRIIE4.—T ev are taken up by ihe absorbents, and carried into the circulation, through which medium they are conveyed to every part of the body. If the pain affects the joints, a single dose produces remarkable benegt. And the same rule applies to costiveness, diarrhea and dys entery ; though with the last named they may be required night and morning for some days before decided relief is obtained. Ia affec tions of the lungs, throat, head and pleurisy, the relief 13 certain : the excretory organs throw off with ease the phlegm, and the breathing becomes freer. Spasmodic asthma is often cured by a single dose. STR4\GE, BIT TRI E. Every young lady and gentleman in the United States can hear something much t*> their advantage by return mail (free of charge,) by addressing the undersigned. Those who have fears of being hum baged will oblige by not noticing this card. All others will please address their obedient servant, THOB. F CHAPMAN, 931 Broadway, New York.— [l?ji'S. TO CONST MP IT YES. . The advertiser, having been restored to heaith in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered for several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption—is anxious lo make known to his fellow-sufferers the means • f cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre scription used (free "f charge), with the directions for preparing and uring the same, which they will tind a SURE CURE f>r Consumption. Asthma, Bronchetis, Coughs. Go'.ds, and all Throat and Lung Affections. The o .ly object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread intoimation which h conceive® to be in valuable, and lie hop-s every fufferer will try his remedv, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, trek, bv return maii, will piea->r address Rkv. EDWARD A. WILSON, WHliamsbu gh, K ; n j Q->. Vow Vo.t; ERRORS OF YOl l 11. A Gentleman who entfered for rears from Nervous Debility, I'reroatuie Decay, acd all the effects ol youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of sulf rinir humanity, • nd free to all who need it, the recipe nd d rec'ions for making the siufjde remedy by *nlrb he was cured. Sufferers wishing tQ profit lv -~e advertiser's experience, can do ->o by addrc-sing JOHN B. OGi EN. No. 13 Chambers St., New York.—[lyjyS U6N £& BLOOM OF ROSES.—for the La STEBBIN'S' A CARD TO INVALIDS. A Clergyman. while residing in South America sb misiiiary. discovered a sate a.A simple remedy for the Core of Nervous Weakness, Early D'-cny, Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs and the wh"le train of disorders brotlant On bv bane ful and vicious hat-its. Great numb- 1* have V-een already cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the atllieied and unfortunate. I will -e d therecip" fot p eparinjf and -is* g tb -medicine, in a scale-! envi-lo ■ to any one who m-eds it. Fast or Char'-I- i'lease Inclose a post paid euvciope. addressed to -. ourself. Addc-st. JOSEPH T. INM AN, Station D : B.Ne House, (mar2olysp] New- York City. rnHE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF A?? INVALID. Published for the benefit and as a Caution to Young Men and others, who suffer trom Nervous Debilit *. Premature Decay of Manhood. Ac., -(applying at 'he -am<* time the means of S< If Cure. By one who ha cured h'tuaelf after undergoing considerable quackery By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope. single copies, fn e of charge, mav be bad >f the author. NATHAN IE!. MAYFAIK. Esq., Tysp.Tr 30 Bo klvn, K ngs Co., N Y. cot MRSPOiiT PRICE CURRENT. Reported every Tuesday by r. J\., to To To Ixx s cfl3 Co., Dealers in Groceries and Provisions, Coudersoo. t. Apples, girln, bush., $ 75 to 125 do dried, " 200 250 Beans, " 2 50 300 Beeswax, R)., . 30 35 Beef, " 1U 12 Berries, dried, quart 23 3J Buckwheat, bush., 75 80 Buckwheat Flour, 350 400 Butter, lb., 30 35 Cheese, '• 15 20 Clorerseed 850 900 Corn, bush., 100 125 Corn Meal, per cwt., 250 300 %SS, doz , 20 Flour, extra, bbl., 10 00 12 50 do superfine " 9 00 10 00 Hams, lb., 22 Hay, ton, 8 00 10 00 Honey, per lb., 15 20 Lard, " 20 25 Maple Sugar, per lb., 15 18 Oats, bush., 35 40 Onions, " 100 125 Pork, %? bbl., 28 00 35 00 do $ lb., 18 do in whole hog, *jp lb., 10 12 Potatoes, per bush., 75 100 Peaches, dried, lb., 30 35 Poultry, Tp lb., 10 15 Rye, per bush., 1 00 137 Salt, bbl., 475 500 do sack, 15 Timothy Seed • 400 450 Trout, per J bbl., 800 900 \yheat, bush., 200 250 \\ hite Fish, 7j4 5 bbl., 800 900 IS6G ISG6 Philadelphia & Erie Railroad. UHIS prrcat line tr:,v'-rses the Northern and N<>rth ' w -st coutities of Pennsylvania to the city iff £r\c on lake Erie. It has been leased and :s operated by the I'knsoylvani a RAitnoan CoMpinv. Time of passenger trains at EMPORIUM. LEAVE EASTWARD. Erie Ma'l Train 3:£S p. m. Er.e Express Train 9:17 p. m. LEAVE WESTWARD, F,-ie Mall Trni'i 12:00 A. M. Erie Express Train -.2:02 a. u. , Passenger cars ru.i through on the Kiic Mail and i Kxpre-a i ran- without change both ways between i Philadelphia and Erie. NEW YORK CONNECTION, i Leave New York at 6.00 p. M , arrive at Erie 9 15 a.M. i Leave Erie at 1 55 p. *.. arrive at New York 3 40. r. n NO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN ERIE& NEW YORK ELEGANT SLEEPING CaUS on all Night trains F t information respecting Pa-senger bntlncss.ap ply at <\) in-rot 30th and Market streets, Philadelphia And for Freight business of the Company's Agents R. U K;a.st a, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market streets. Philadelphia. .T W. Reynolds, Erie. Win. Br ;wn, At r ent. N. C R R . "Baltimore. II U. HOUSTON, General Freight Agt. Philada IL W OWINNER, General Ticket Agt. Philada A T-. TV LEU, Genera! Sup't, Willtamspott. NEW SKIRT FOR IB6G. Tha Great Invention of the Age in : HOOP-SKIRTS ! ! W. BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLEX | J. ELLIPTIC (or double) SPRING SKIRT. I rjTillS Inventio" consists of Duplexfor two) Elliptic 1 Pure Refined Steel Spritur-. ingeniously braided \ : S■: y ar.d firmly together, edge io edge,making the ' T"CGHESV, most FLEXIBLE, ELASTIC alld DCS ABLE (spring e -er nsf-d. They seldom bend or bkbak. like ■ the Single Springs, and consequently preserve their 1 perfect and beautiful shapa morr titan twice a* long ~s any 8h gle Spring Skirt that ever Has or Can be THE wonderful flexibility and great comfort and . pleasure to any ladv wearing the Duplex Elliptic skirt • will beexpei ieioed particularly in a'Lcrowdcd assem blies, Oner. is, Carriages Railroad Oars, fburch pews Arm Chair, for Promenade and House Dress, the i Skirt can be folded when in use to occupy a small ; place as easily and conveniently as a Siik or Muslin ' Dress. A Lady baring enjoyed the pleasure .comfort and Great Oonxenience of wearing ihe Duplex Elliptic fSteei Spring Skirt for a single day will ueveraftewurd* willingly dispense with their use. For Children. , Missis and Young Ladies they arc superior to all othets. THE TlOOr:? are 'overed with 2 ply double twist e-i thread and w ill wear twice as long as the Single yarn covering which is used on all Single Steel Hoop S -irts. The three bottom rods on every Skirt are also I Double Steel, and twice or double covered to prevent the covering from wearing oft'the rods when dragging down stairs, stone steps, etc., etc. which they are con stantly subject to when in use. All are made of the new" and elegant Corded Tapes j and are the best quality in every part, giving to the j i wearer the m'>*t graceful and perfbrt Shape possible, j and are unques' ionably the ligheet, most desirable, eomfortable and economical Skirt ever made. WESTS' BRADLEY i CARY. PROUIEfDS of the Invention, and SOLE MANUFACTURERS, 9* CHAMBERS, and 79U 81 RE.ADE STRKETS.New York FOR SALE in all first-class Stores in this City,and ! throughout the United States and Canada. Havanade i Cuba. Mexico. South Amerida, and the West Indies. INQUIRE FOR THE DUPLEX ELLIPTIC <OR DOUBLE) , SPRING SKIRT. A. SL C. Jan.ls Sm. PACIFIC HOTEL, 170, 172, 174 & 176 GREEWICH St., (OSS SQUARE WEST OF BROADWAY.) Between Courtlandt and Dey Streets,Xew York. JOHN PATTEN. Jr., Proprietor. TITE Pacific Hotel is well and widely j known to the traveling public. The lo cation is especially suitable to merchants and business men ; it is in close proximity-to the business part of the City—is on the high way of Southern and Western travel—and | adjacent to all the principal Railroad and j Steamboat depots. The Pacific has liberal accommodation for over 300 guests ; it is well furnished, and pos sesses every modern improvement for the comfort and entertainment of its inmates The rooms are spacious and well ventilated ; provided with gas and water; the attendance j is prompt and respectful; and the table is e°nerously provided with every delicacy of the season. The subscriber, who, for the pn3t few years, I has been the lessee, is now 6ole proprietor, and intends to identify himself thoroughly I with the interests of his house. With long ; experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, bv j moderate charges and a liberal policy, to maintain the favorable reputation of the Pa 'cific Hotel. JOHN PATTEN, J*, TO BtTILDERS. THE Truste, § Wish to let the job of binding a Church at Raymond's Corners, in Allegany, to be completed on or before the middle of October '66. Size 28 by 40 teei. protection in frout to support steeple 7 by 12. which with 6 feet off the main build ing forms the entry. Two 3 feet slovwe standing in the partition, facing in the entry—pipes to go to chiinuey in back part of j room : Seats similar to those in Methodist Church in 1 Couders! ort. but w thout doors- Steeple with top of i spite about CO feet from ground : 14 feet posts ; pine ' siding; best shaved shingles; three windows each j side and two in front, (arched), and all to be of stained gla-s ; celling to follow up the rafters four feet and theu go across by plank nailed to rafters; two Iron rode to support the building from spreading ; lath and plastei ed walls and ceiling ; foundations of gray stone l-iid in iitne mortar ; eaves to project 3feet,nd a piain cornice—nil to be painted. It is desired tn;>t all shall be bone substantially but to he plain For further particulars inqu ; re of I. , BIRD, at Brookland, or of the m- mbersot the Build ing romiiiiUee, in Alleganv. A. G PRKSHO, ) L BIRI\ Building Com. T. & BENTON, ) M arch 6, 1868. BOARDING! TTIE subscriber, late Landlord of the Union Hone, is prepared to accommodate visitors to the Coun ty Beat -With Bosrd'ng, at reasonable rates Jurors, Witnesses and -ethers will find St to their advantage to give hfm a call. S. C. Pbclps. Coudersport, Feb. 6. 1866 tf LYMAN HOUSE. Lewisville, Potter County, Pennsylvania. BURTON LEWIS. Proprietor. Ha.lng taken this excellent Hotel, trie proprietor wishes I to make the acquaintance of the traveling public and teels confident of giving satisfaction to a!I who may I Call on him.—Feb 12,66 tf AqA .A. IMontli !-AGSItTB for it entirely new articles, just out. Address O.T.GAREV. City Building.B.ddcford,Maine. Dec. 26,1565. iswly. H E N R YHARPERT 320 A.XICII STREET PHILADELPHIA. Walches, Tine tibld Jewelry, Solid Silver Ware. and Superior SILVER PLATED WARE, at R<s duced Friees.—March 20,1566 3mosjw t gents Wanted to take Orders for tlie _y\_ best selling Book now published, THRILLING STGRIES OF THE GREAT REBELLION. ! Comprising heroic adventures and hair bieadth e-- cupes of Foldi-rs. Sc U'6. Spies and Refugees ; daring exploits of Bmu.-glers, Gueril'as, i>, speradoes a* d I others ; Talcs of Loyal and Disloyal Women ; Stories of the Negro, Ac., Ac . with incidents of Fun and Merriment in Camp an i Field. —By Lieutennjit Colo nel Charle- S. Greene, lateof the Un : tedStates Army. Handsomely illustrated .with engravings on Sieel and n oil colors. SenT for circular and see the liberal terms off-red CHAS. S GREENE A CO., 41 Publishers—No 134 >. Third Street, i'hiia lelphla COUDERSPORT ACADEMY. J. W. ALLEY, Principal. M!ss. L. T. ALT.EN, Assistant. M'.ss E G. HAMILTON, Music Teacher The Spring Term will begin March 5, 1565. and continue Twelve weeks. Tuition (to be paid at the middle of the Term) from Three to Eight D liars, Incidentals, Twenty live cents. No extra charge for Book-Keeping, by Sing'e and Double En'ry. A Teacheis' Clnss will be organized and thoroughly instructed in the Theory smd Practice of Teaching, LVee of'Cbarge. Rooms suitable for Students desiring to board themselves, can be rented reasonably in town. , For further particulars, addrezs the Principal, at Coudersport. Drugs, Tobacco, and Wood-Lot for Sale, and Store-Room for Rent. THE un-ers ; gned will sell, at reacnnble rates the balance of the Drugs in ber establishment, and a lot of • Jne-Cut Tobacco —Also, a Wood-Lot. coi.tain it)!? 34 acres, and situate in Eiilalia township, about three-fourths of a mile from the village.—The Store- Room is also offered for Rent. Possession given in) y £. It, SpcHcer. CouUereport, Pob. 27 2m3 * GEMS WANTED in every Township, Boro' J\. and Ward to canvass for ''The Great One-Vol. War History." Containing FACTS, and NOT POLITICS. 1 he only work, every page of which has been pre pare! for the press since the close of the war. The popularity of this woik has no parallel, as more than 50,'00 copies have been .-old the last three moDths. It coutains as much history as any of the one or two volume worksout, and yet issold foronly $4-50, bound either in morocco or sheep. * • Our inducements are decidedly the best offered, as we give the highest commissions, furnish boxes free, and pay expri ssage on books. Also, "Life and Death in Rebel Prisons." The most thriflingly exci'ing litt'e book of the times, by one who has seen and experienced the scenes he describes. Canvassers for any Tlistory of the War wiil find this an excellent side bo ik. As it embraces such impor tant incidents of h • war, almost everybody will take one, either with or without a History, or where hat ing previously subscribed. Disabled soldiers, released prisoners and others will find, in the sale of tbis and our History, employment suitable to their condition. Send for terms, or "call at AMERICAN" PUBLISHING AGENCY, 600 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Ta 17947 S 1794! INSIRAN CE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, PHILADELPHIA. Oldest Insurance Company in America; Cash. Capital and Surplus, over $1,750,000.000. SEVENTY-ONE Years Successful Business Experience, with a reputation for integrity end honorable dealing unsurpassed by any similar institution. LOSSES PAID since organization, sll,- 500,000.00, witlout the deduction cf a cent, or a day's delay ! LIBERAL RATES for all the safer classes of property. Insurance of Dwellings and Contents, a specialty. BRICK or STONE Dwellings insured per petually, if desired, on terms of the greatest economy and safety to the insured. It is Wisdom and Economy to insure in the best Companies, and there is none bttter than the old Insurance Co. of XorUi America. Apply to M. W. MCALABNEY Ageht for Potter county. Manhood: how Lost, how Restored JI'ST published, a new edition of Dr CULVEII WELI.'S Celebrated Es-ay >n the radical cure (without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or seminal weakness, li.voluntnry Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental aod Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.;also, On-umption, Epilepsy, ard Fits, induced by self-indulgence or S'-xual extravagance. b nr Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents. The celebrated author in this admirable essay clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful practice, tliat the alatmingconsequencesof sc!f-abu*e may be radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife— pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, and eff.-ctusl, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition mav be, may cure Limself cheaply, privately, and radically. 0-Y~ This Lecture should he in the hands of every youth and every man in the land S"nt, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post p*;d, on receipt of six ceuts, or two post stamps. Addres* the publishers, CUAS.-T. C. KLINE & CO., 1.7 Bowery, New Y irk, Post Office box 4.556. P. A. Stebbins &, Co. ARE AGENTS for the sale of WHEELER k WILSON'S SEWING X A CHINKS for Potter County Winter Goods ! AT OLMSTED'S. j YOUR attteotion is invited to the large and att*ictive stock just received, and for sale as low as the same qualities can be bought anywhere in the county. We have on hand a large and varied as sortment of Domestic Cottons, comprising BROWN SHEETINGS, and SHIRTINGS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, DENIMS, STRIPES, CHECKS, ; TICKINGS, and COTTON FLANNELS, on which wt cannot be undersold. We purchase onr goods for Cash and offer them at a very small advance From Cost. | FLANNELS. IF vou want to purchase RED. GRAY, a., BLUE, 01 PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING FLANNEL, call At Olmsted's. [DRESS GOODS; DELAINES, PRINTS, BROCnE, and WOOLEN SEAWS, HOODS, SONTAGS, NUBIAS, BALMORAL SKIRTS, CLOTHS, and CASSIMERES," a full supply At Citusted'g. CLOTHING. DON'T fail to call before purchasing and see the assortment At 31nisted's I BOOTS & SHOES Men, Women A Children, in great v&- . riety and cheap At Oltmtcd's For Molasses, Syrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffee, in fact everything in the Grocery line, call AT OLMSTED'S. - - . A full assortment of almosl everything th3t is kept in a country store on Land. We intend to keep Goods that will satisfaction and sell good articles ct the lowest living profit. AT OLMSTED'S, lUanffti. Grain of all kinds, Butter, Woo!, Sheep Pelts, Furs Deer Skins- Also, Connty, Township and School Orders, for all of which the highest prices will be paid At Olmsted's Coudersport, Pa,Nov'r 18, £gei THE BUCKEYE STRAW-CUTTER PATENTED, JULY, ISC4, BY PORTER & SMITH HPHOLSANDS of these Machines are being made end sold, and give more Universal Satisfaction than any other Straw or Stalk-Cutter in market. It hag nocastings about and can be made or repaired in any country town. The Knife is s• attonary—Box vibrates—feeds itself —cuts on top of the knife—cu's everything square oS any length you wish, and you cannot make ragged work of it even with a dull knife. Price, Sil'2. Bnmp'es of Machines can be sren at shop ef the undersigned. Manufactured ar.d for sale bv N. H. GOODSELL. Couaersport, Pa., Oct. C, 18C5. Administratrix' Notice. V\ r HEREAS Letters of Administration on ▼ ▼ the estate of J. W. FOX. late of Hebron township, deed, have been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said es tate are requested to make immediate pay ment, nnd those having just claims against the same should present them duly authenti cated for settlement. URSULA FOX, Aumi. Hebron, Feb. 22, 1866. Administratrix' Notice. W/ HEREAS Letters of Administration on ▼ Y the estate of CLARK C. CRUM. late of B'ngha m township dee'd, have been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having just claims against the same should present them duly authenti cated for settlement. ALMERA CRUM, Admx. Bingham, Feb. 22, 1866 WARNING ! I hereby warn all persons against cutting wood on or taking logs froth my lands near Germania, or doing any damage what ever to said IHnJs f as I shall prosecute all such offenders to the utmost extent of the: Law. CHA'S BDSHOR. Dec, 20, 1865. COUDERSPORT AND SHIPPEN STAGE ROUTE. LSSR3. GLASSMIRE fc WHITE S daily lire 1 . will leaVe Coudersport. until further notice, at 8 o'clock in the morning, arriving in Ship pen about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and will leave Snippen on the arrival of the morning train, at 10:80, arriving in Coudersport about 5 o'clock. P. M, Travelers are refered to the Time-Table of the Phil adelphia -V Ere Ralrbat, v. tich will be found adver tised in this paper, for further particulars about the advantages of tnis route. New York passengers will i SAVE 30 MILES TRAVEL AND 5 HOURS TIME by tak'iig this route in preference to that of the Kne Railway. NO CHANGE uF CIRS BETWEEN SIIIPI'FN AND NEW YORK. Fine, new, com fortable wagons and good teams are kepi on the Stag# Houie. Packages and Express hu*in-s attended to with care. D F GLASSMIRB. MtLES WHITE, Proprs Coudersport, Pa., Oct. S, 1566. Latest from Sherman ! ROSIN k TAR, from North Carolina, for i by STIBFTNS WHO DARE SELL GOODS Tli© C£la.©o33©si"fc ? new mmi 0? spsic goods i SIMMONS' I TEN DEPARTMENTS FULL! j . G-ood DeLaines for 20 to 25 Cents. Merrimac, Cooheco, Providence, and other good Prints, from 15 to 20 Cents. Heavy Sheeting from 16 to 25 Cents. Good Tweeds from 35 to 45 Cents. Striped Shirtings for 25 Cents. Bed Ticking from 25 to 44 Cents. | A NICE ASSORTMENT OF CASSIMERBS, VERY LOW! ■ ■ A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING. GOOD SUITS FROM 815 to $25 Grocery Department, Full! Flour, Feed, and Port. Good Sugar for Cents. The best Flour in under the market, at wholesale and retail. / 7 Jobbers supplied at New York Wholesale Prices, Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere, if for nothing more that] to get pe#uJ up. We challenge any country store to beat us as to quality and price. w.n •„ m v m ~ c - H - SIMMONS. Wellsville, N. Y., March 7, 1865. -—■— Pro Bono Publico! P. A. STEBBINS & Co. i Headquarters for Bargains! j FIRST FALL OPENING! Elegant Seasonable Dress Goods THE CORHEjR STOSE "i"OLL! Dress and Cloak Trimmings MAMMOTH STOCK OF Boots cfe. SJioes i The Proprietors or the POPULAR CORNER STORE are determined to supply this market with the best quality of DRY-GOODS, HATS & CAPS, HARDWARE, DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, AND PATENT MEDICINES. FLOUR, FEED & PROVISION P. A. BTEBBINB & CO.