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*— "Keep Disease at Bay. ~T" broken tiewn in health and spirit* by Isolds-*"* or .aflv-ring from the terrible ex- Cbronic V; r. ~ !to „ 8 t he attack* of acute dieeaae, woc h((Uißnds h:lve bt-cu railed a* the a ninviar Mate of prostration, by STOMACH BITItKs, it a sure jfoSTJv ;i , hy l(ie game means you too may be. ' and' restored. But to tno-e wb stand | o- ep deru cs to all who, by reason of expos- j ,c ritior, >"> d incoutfeiiialciimaieor unhealthy ! ure ' 'T# mtv at anv moment be ;r eken d >wti, this P Ur *Uruh i/niont particularly an 1 emphatically ad ?* ,-,1 You. who are thua aduated, ure p< ©tiered b*r>iute aafenu rd a.nto.st the danger that men- 1 *° * , Tone and regulate the svatem W>lh this >n diclnal Bilmulant and Alterative, and will be forearmed ag inst the mala© as whose | ? oU . float aron <1 yon in th- air unseen. IIOSTET TFIfS STOMACH BITTER' > are not onlyastan-i j , T>'iiic and Altei alive throughout the United st-it--* but they are accredited t>> the certificates of n ,o.i d'stnigoistied CiUZeii of the Union, to the --onto of all other lands. In Canada, A ustinlia and <hs VVest Indies, they are gradually taking the place o ,11 other ttomach'cs wtiether native or foreign, rd as surely as truth is p-ogressive and clemonat ra tion overthrows doubt, they wilt eventually su persede ve >' othei lnvigorant and l.estoiaiie now , mp ioyed in'medicinal piaciice. " r " TO l)lll\\K4 (ll)S. i Ref rmed Inebriate would be happy to comma- A nieato (freeof ell irge) to as many of his fellow V iig# as will address him, very important and use ful information, and place i i their ban Is a cure for the love of Strong Brink of any kind. Tlil# in formation is freely ottered by one who has na.rowly •scaped a drunkard's grave. Add res#, v f-K I'll B HENDERSON. tpr.3.— p3m. No 9, Broad Street. New York. A CARD TO INVALIDS. A Clergyman, while res di; g in South America as m s-iouary. discovered a safe and simple remedy for the Cure of Nrrrons Weakness. Early Drcav, Disease# of the Urinary and Beminat Organs, and the wii le train of disorders br night o:i by bane ful and vicious habits. Great numbers havo been already cu ed by this noble rentedr. I nmptedl by a desirs to benefit* the afflicted and unfortunate. I will M *dThe recipe for p. eparo.g and ...Kg lb s medn-ine, ins sealed euvt loie, to any one who u-eds it, J- ass or CHißii B least* inclose a post-paid envelope, addressed to vouiurif. A'hl ess. JOS El'll T. INMAN, Statiou B, B Ne llousc, (mar2olyspl N-w York City. ERRORS OF YOUTH. A Gentleman who snff.-red for * ears from Nervous Debility, Prematu e Decay, and all the ert'ects of eoutlifu. indiscretion, w. 1, fo the sake of sufl' ring humanity, nd fee to all who :i-cd it. the recipe slid tfrcc ions for m -king tlie si-nple remedy by which he was cur -d. 3u ferers wishing to profit hy tbs advertiser's experience, can do -o by a .d rc-sing JOHN K. OG. EN, No. Id Chambers St., New York.—[lyjyS POLL ILL U SOY- Meerschaum Jlannfacturers. e: BROAD WAV. NEAR FOURTH ST, N Y Wholesale and retail at reduced rates. Pipes and nn'dcvs cut to orde*" and rep-iired All goods war ranted genuine. Belli stamp for Ciicuiar. 1 ipes 3® to ISO each- Lyon's Feriodicii Drops ! mhf Great Femnl? Rpnictly for Irreg ula dies. The-e drops a-e a rci ntiflcaily com pounded flu 1 p cparation. and better than any l'iils, i'owdcrs or Nostrums, i'e ng !>qui i, their action is direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and certa'-n sje-e'fic forthecureofallot-tructi"ifand •upprea-io so* nature. Their popularity islndented by the fact that over 100 OhO bottles areja mually sold •and consumed by the ladies < t the United fc a'es, ♦vary one of whom speak in the strongest terms of praits of tlie'r great (perils. They are mp: ly taking tii# place o every other Female Remedy, and aecon sidered by all w..0 kuuvv auglu oi tl.em, the .uront safest, an'i most i. fallible preparation in the w-.rld" for the cure of ail Female coin lainls, the removal of -all obst mclioui of nature, and the promotion of health regularity and strength. E\p ict oirections stating wnfn tliey may r>e u>e fan i exp aming wh- n 1 nd why . if, sh.ni d no*, i or vottld not be used without | ro j during effects contrary to natnrt s c <o#e i laws, vviil ba found carefully f.iide I iround e ich bottle, with ! written signalt.ro of JOHN L. LYO.N.w hvut which ; Rons are genuine. Prepared bv Br. -TO'IN L T.YON, 195 Chnpe! Street*. N-wTl.ven, Conn., who c.n be co suited e.thcr personally or >y tn.i'l.f tic'o-iug stamp.) c,m cern'Og ail priv..,e d seas- and torn ale weak ies#.s. gola by B.u.gists evervwhere. Price il 50 pr Bot. "CO CI.AUK A: CO.. lyp General Agts for t iii --d S-ates at--! oi m-ias STRiiVCE, 151 F TRI E. Krcry yoti >g la ly and g-ntleman in t e Un ted States can heir sometuing mucii t■ their advantage by return mail (free of charge.) by addressing the uudersig ied. Tltose who have fears of being hum buged wui obiige by not noticing this card. All ethers will please address iheir ©iiedie.it ser,:n,t, THUa. F. CHA MAN. Rt',l Broadwav, S--.V York.—MvivS. i TO UKIiStMI'IIVKS. The advertiser, having restored to health in a few week* ' v :t very simple reined ', after having suffer*! for several years with ; severe lung affection, and that <l:ead d'sea-e, Consumption—is anxio is to make kntxvn to his feilow-suUerers the means • f cure. . To all \vh desire it, lie will send a copy of the pre i-rpti.n used (free-f charge), with Hie directions for nrepariiitf od uaina the same, whirh they wdl find a TIUKK CURE f r C msumption. A-tluna, JlriMiftirtis, t ourl i. iod 4, and 1 I h oat .iud f.ue_? .Vflections The o .ly o ject of the advertiser in •end ng the I'rescripiiou is to benefit the nffiicted. ! and •oread information which h ro celve- to he i ■valuable, and he hop s every Mifferer will tiy h s reined•, as it will coat ih.ni ..uth-ng, tuid may prove a blessing. f'aitie# winhinr the prescription frss, by return mail, will p!ea-r address HKV. EDWARD A. WIT-SOX. VTilliamsburgh, KIII s ' 0 New Vrk -ilyj-* I.OVB 4\ l> MiTRIMOXY. T.adies and zentletnrn, if you wish to marry, nd ilpii the utidersivriied, svl << will <" nd von, without rwvev and without price, valuable information that will uable you to marry Ia; p y a-vi s;ie> di'v. it re-j •nealiVß of age. wraith, or heaniy. This informat on will emit you nothing, a d if vnu ih tf> mam . I will *heer oilv n—i-i you All .c;tos stricth confidential '1 he desired inform nioi a nt by return mail, and no reward asked. Address SARAH B LAMBERT, Sm spn-no2. Greeupoiiit, iving* (,o , Newtork. TTIE CONFESSION? AXD EXPERIENCE OF IN INVALID. Published for the benefit and as a Caution to Tctinc Wen and others, who suffer from Nervous Debility, j Premature Decay of Manhood, &.C., supplying at the ame time the means of S- lf Curc. By one who has cured h-m-elf after undergoing considerable quackery Byenc'osirrg a p .a'-paid a.ldre-sod envelope, single cornet fkew of char*e,may be had f the author. ' KATHANIfiI- MAYFAIIt. Esq., IyspJ\3o Brooklyn, King* Co., N. Y. HO, YE HUNGRY! meat, die AT, FRESH meat:!! THE undersigned wishes to inform "he c t lens of C< aiders post and Vc n'tv tVvt be has opened" a Meat M.v ket in the baseme n of GiassinireV Store w here he is prepare 1 to famish at ail turna, h resh Beef, Mutton, Veal, end other .near Uie.r •nation. April 24 /66.—tf. NE\A' MUSIC JUST received —Polkas, Waltzes, Sub ott'.ahes Marches Songs. Duetts, \ ariations—by April 24, 66. D C. & M M LARRAREE. MAffnra crnonu. JUST received bv D. C. >v M M I-ir. a bee, at the Pdst OUee. a fine lot of Paetet, Br rtol and M<vg> rhromatic board, Tissu • paper, Paints, Drawh g l'cn eils, fcc , for sale cheap. CANVASSERS WAXTRD, at 4200 per month \Vr want reliable agents [urine other.) rriale and female to taKe the exelu-ivc agency in eve y county and township in the U S. to seil the Pholngraph Kara ly Record, a wnrk which e-eiy family will buy. i I; is bound like an album but has a printed blank | page oppo-i e each phn'Ograph. for a complete record ' of the Husband, Wife and each cltii.l of a fiuuily, also ' containing marriage certificate,and pages for militarv j history o ! any inemb-r of the family. Nothing like ' it ever p'jblishe J . and no wor; that nifcnts car seil ro ! readily. Old canvasser* and others sbonld send for 1 circulars and terms It is nec--ary to have copies ol , the work to canvass with ; prree bv exnregs $2 60. i M and $7 00 [three style-) : nvm-y may be sent by i mail. Name the towushir- wanted. Address " : BARTf.E-fON Ac CO , | apr3,2m 611 (llwilMi at. I'hi adclphia. GR 4\T & SBERXAH I The two h roe# befo e their te It plan.ring a brittle Grant smoking. A beautiful -reel engraving by Wm. Sariain. Air*its want ad every where, Sample sent bv mail for 60 cents. Ace- ts make jo per cent Address KAKTLEsox *, o . ' may l-2m 611 Chestnut Street, Phila. LYMAN HOUSE. lewisville, Potter County, Pennsylvania. BIRTOX LEWIS. Proprietor. Iln.ing taken this excellent Hotel, the proprietor wishe- Ui make the acquaints- e* of "be traveling public and lee's confident of gtv ng satisfaction to all who may •Hoc htm-Feb 12,65 tf THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL Coudersport, Tuesday Evening. Kay 22, 1865. I-sQcal and General. the Fifteenth of May to the Fifteenth of October, the JOURNAL wiii be sent to subscribers in Potter county, for SIXTY CENTS. £iig-riee New Advertisement* : Sale?— Sheriff W. W. Drown, Notices—Dan Baker, Register, Estate of Wilson —Auditor's Notice, Klate of Ingraham— Vuditor's Notice, Estate of Smith—Auditor's Notice, Lrtuntr Store—Samuel Johnston, Divorce—Jones vs Jones, Caution—Nancy P. Lyman, Bitter Wine of Iron—o. S. Ilubbell, Something New Abbott &■ Dowd, Agents Wanted—J. K Simon, SoOO Agents Wanted—Ephraim Brown. To all Book-B ivers—J. K. Simon. Several pieces of new styles of De laines, just received at Stebbins'. j t€3-our coiuums are unexpectedly crowded this week—excluding much of general in terest. Banner Store, Oswnyo, is still in a flourishing condition. Mr. Johnston has a carefully selected stock and is determined : to sell at prices as low as those of his neigh j bor3. Give him a call. On Sunday the Mercury run up to 90° in the shade—on Monday, as if frightened ht what it had done the day before it retired to 54° at 12 M. So we go 4< tick tack,"' pendu lum fashion. real, live, unconditional Union men of Virginia—the men who can take the i test oat i but cannot get the confidence of the i National Administration—will hold a State Convention at Alexandria on the 17th, to or ganize their forces in the State. Mrs, V. C. DYKE is Agent for the sale of Shaw k Clark's Sewing Machines. These are the best small Sewing Machines ever offered for sale. Three varieties,'varying in price from S2O to S3G. She invites all wish ing to purchase to call and see a specimen. Inquire at the JocaXAL Office. xteen thousand barrels of flour are lying in the warehouse of one mill at .Minne apolis, Minnesota, awfliting the opening ol j navigation to be shipped east. Nearlv three | million bushels of wheat are in store at points 'of debarkation on rail and riter awaiting shipment, which does not include the large I amounts still held by farmeis. - Unconditional Union members of | the State Committee have called a State con vention of the Union men of Maryland, to be iield in Baltimore on the 6t"n of June, to or ganize and take such action as will prevent the betrayal of the party and the State into | the hands of the enemy by the treachery of the l Johnson men. &2j-01d Francis P. Blair and his son Mont j gornery (late Postmaster Geaeral) ate confi- I dential advisers of the President. Montgom ! try, walking in the corriders of the capitol, does not hesitate to say, that unless the Pres | idenCs Policy shall be adopted, the war will j be re-ope**ed within six months. aro made that cattle are allowed to run the streets at uight, and in some instance." Lave injured gardens nrd shrubbery. This will not do—it is wrong for persons to pasture their cattle in their neighbor's gardens. The pound law will be enforced and those who do not and will not lake heed to this fair notice must not com plain if the law reaches them. S®.Tbe Richmond Examiner aays the rwen tuckv papers are expending much ink and space in the sheerest nonsense about the res olution of '93. It recommends them to devote themselves for awhile to the ten command ments. Kentucky has two afflictions that she will never get rid of—the resolution of'9B and Garrette Davi3. is stated that during the bombard ment of Valparaiso, the American Minister, General Kilpatrick. wa3 riding on horseback through the town encourageing the firemen. The Chilians cheered bim, wkereverj he went. He is an accomplished rider, speaks good Spanish and is well liked. Iggk-Col. J. W. Burke, of the Tenth Ohio has published a statement of the sufferings of the people for food in North Alabama. He says the destitution extends through all those | counties lying south of the Tennessee River I and constituting what is called the mountain region of Ai.'banaa. The close of the war found the people destiii'te even of the necessaries of life, and last year, no rain failing throughout j that region, their slender crops were burnt to* a crisp by the fierce rays of ihesun. Without money, crops or any resources whatever the people have been reduced to a state of suffer ing which equals in ghastliness the horrid I scenes cf the Irish famine years. g£g-Jobn G. Sase has prepared a new vol ume of poems,which is about being published- One of the poem?, entitled, "Th# Mourner a la Monde." has the following verse : Her robe had the hue of the rest, . (How nicely it fitted her shape 1) And the grirf that teas heaving her breast, lioxltd over in billows of crape. fliy- The body of the lamented Preston King, late Collector of Customs at New York, was found floatiug in the Atlantic Basin at Brooklyn, and identified beyond doubt. It has been fix months and a day under the waters of the bar, until the ccrd by which the bag of shot was attached to the body had rotted off aad the body rose to the surface and floated. RAILROADS. —The cenf.us retoms of 1860 show that there were at that time in tke United States thirty thousand seven hundred and ninety-three miles of commenced railroads, costing $1,151,530,820 ; and four hundred and two miles of city passenger railways:, costing $14.562,840. The iast six years have vastly augmented that exhibit. JGS"*A n exchange lays, "we were compelled to refuse an offer of job printingthe otber day by a man way back, who innocently called to get some postage stamps printed! He was quite disappointed because we could not do the work—he -wanted 'em real had to put on the letters when he wiit to a gall, and they cost too darn much to buy 'em of t'uem post office fellers.'" PresidenthasprohibitedGen.How ard from giving any information relative to outrages committed by Southern whiten on ihe freedmen. Of course."My po'icy" appears best, the less information the people have of the actual condition of affairs. ftflOW SOOTIIIXG, How sublimely beautiful are the sweet strains i of melody, as they come borne to us upon ihe i wings of evening ; how it fills the heart with ! gladness! Yet, midst all this jiy and hap jpine?s, how it mars our pleasure to see our ' neighb rs or companions sufiering from the ravages of a violent cough or an obstinate coid. The soothing, quieting properties of Coe s Cough Balsam allays all the irritations, i and will speedily cure the most obstinate ; cases of croup, cough, sore throat, and enflu enza. Take it freely. C-olera, Diarrhoea, Dysentery. i A Cure is Warranted by DR. TOBIAS' cel ebrated VEXITJAN LINIMENT, if used when first taken by persons of temperate habits.— This medicine has been known in the United i States over 20 years. Thousands have used 1 it, and found it never failed to cure any com- I plaint for which it was recommended, and all those iho first tried it, are now never with out it. la the Cholera of 1848, Dr. Tobias At tended 40 cases ana lost 4, being called in too j late to do any good. DIRECTIONS.—Take a tenspoonful in a wine-glass of water every half hour for two | hours, and rub the abdomen and extremities ; well with the Liniment. To allay the thirst take a lump of ice in the mouth, about the size of a marble every ten minutes. It is war ranted perfectly innocent to take internally, j Sold by all Druggists, price 40 and SO cents j Depot, 5G Courtlandt St, New York—lornyl "DEAD HEADS ■ or in other nordejiebds whose once glorious locks have Withered and Whitened, | can in a few momenta be clothed w.th ail their Yourhful Attractions, bv a single application of that wonderful ta'. araan CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE. Grizz'cd whiskers and moustaches, ladies' curls into wbieh the snow of age has prema turely drifted, and red,sandy,or whitey-brown hair, receive, as if by magic, ihe rarest shades of black or brown from this harmless botaui ca! hair darkener. Manufactured by J. CRIS TA DORO, 6 Astor House, New York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers A Single box of BRANDRETH'S PILLS ; contains more vegetable extractive matter than twenty boxes of any pills in the world besides ; fifty-five hundred physicians use j them in their practice to the exclusion of other purgatives. The first letter of their value ;:s yet scarcely appreciated. When they are better known, sudden death and continued | sickness will be of the past. Let those who know them speak right out in their favor. It , is a duty which will save life, j Our race is subject to a redundancy of viti ated bile at this season, and it is as dangerous 'asit is prevalent; but Brandretlfs Pills afford an invalueble and efficient By their occasional use we prevent the collection 'of those impurities which, when in sufficient | quantities, cause so much danger to the body's health. Thev soon cure Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Pain in the Head i Heart-Burn. Pain in the Breast Bone, Sudden Faintness and Costivencss. Sold by all re • syeetable dealers in Medicine. raylsml REDUCTION IN PRICE OF TH AMERICAN WATCHES, Made at WALTHAM, MASS. In consequence of the recent decline in gold i and silver and all the materials used in the manufacture of.our goods, and in anticipation ! of a still further decline we hare reduced our prices to as low a point a? they can be placed WITH GOLD AT IV4R. so that no one need hesitate to buy a watch I now from the expectation that it will be cheap er at some future time. The test of ten years j : and the manufacture and sale of More than '200,000 Watches, have given our produc'ions the very highest rank among time keepers. Commencing with the determination to make only throughly ex cellent watches, our business has steadily in creased as the public tccame acquainted with i their value, until for months together we have been unable tosupply the demand. We have repeatedly enlarged our factory buildings un ; til they now cover over three acres of ground, 1 and give accommodation to more than eight hundred workmen. We are fully justified in stating that we now make more than one-half of all the Wat ches sold in the United States. The different grades are distinguished by the fdllowing trade marks engraved on the plate : 1. "American Watch Co," Waltham. Mass. 2. "Appleton.Tracer k Co.' Waltham.Mass 3. "P. S. Bartlette," Wallham, Mass. 4. "Wm, Ellcrv." ) 5. Our DADIES'WATCH of first qnality is ! numed"App!cton.Tracey & Co," Waltham.Mass 6. Our next quality of Ladies' Watch is named "P.S.Bartlette,"Waltham.Mass. These '•watches are furnished in a greiU variety of . ;izes and styles of cases, j The American Watch Co-, of Walthnrn, j Mass . nnthorize us to state that without dis tinction of trade marks or price. ALL THE PRODUCTS OF THEIR FACTORY ARE FCi.JA' WARRANTED i to be the best timekeepers of their ciass ever ! made in this or any other country. Buyers i should remember that unlike the guarantee of a foreign maker who can never be reached, this warrantee is good at all tinres agsinstthe Company £r thefr Agents, and that if after the most thorough trial, any watch should prove defective in dhy particular, it may al ways be exchanged for ancthcf. As the Amer-1 ican Watches made at Waltharo, are for salt, by dealers generally throughout the country, j we do not solicit orders for single watches. CAUTION.—The public are cautioned to buy only of respectable dealers. All persons selling counterfeits will be prosecuted. ROBBINS & APPLETON, SGEXTS FOS ISC AMERICAS WATCH COMPANY, ' wvl Sail IS2 BROADWAY, N. Y. NOTICE. "tTTbereas, Hiram Lyman my husband has lrft my W bad and board without just cause or provo cation. Therefor* I aball forbid all persona harbor- I ing or trusting him on ray aecountJor I shall not pay any debts of his contracting after this Gate. NANCY I'. LYMAN owuyo, May 12 ISC3. Fata Triss copy 3 time*. and srrd bill to this ©the?. Oivoice !*oiico. JOCK J. JOHN i N0.65, Sept.Term, ISGS, r*_ -in lh* ionira"U of ' MATtF JANE JONES, } Potter County, l.lbel lu L> voree. To M iry Jane J-ue, Keapou<tent above j named. I'ieiift police thai a ftibpweaa JUid a..: I .* subpotna haviug been issued end returned nihil, you ' are hereuy required to appear o:i the fir-t day of i.eat Court, the lSin uny of Juur next, ta an.wertotbe ' complaint made la tins c*e. \V. W. BItOVTN, Sheriff. ! Cor.dersport, tuny 21, 18S3. TO ALL BOOK BTTKBS . Jns. Iv. Bitnon, 23 South Fourth St.. PLiia., is Ageut lor me fo.low ng \ aluable Books : I ArPLiTos's New Americas Crct-orEnia— l3 % ols " llssTosr or THE UtEEt-Lios-1 large Vo.. " I.'ICTIOS ary or M BCHASIGS 2 \ ol. I Reekuli * RECORD, by Fkase MOORE— 9 \oi. \VAntSGT >* \Vobe3—22 Vols. | Cooper s Noteis ].>ick*k' Woaxa. Mirrivale a Uibbox s Boxe. Macauikt's W*o<es. \ Übr's DiCTiovAßt or Arts ass MzxrucTCßis. : Ba.ncboet's Usitkd States —8 Vol*. &c.. fee. 1 I furnish nli 800 s published,fo-pubi c ar.d private ■ Libraries, at wi.oiesie pi ices Send a list of any I Books wanted, vrith a stamp, for price", which wl.l ; be sent by return mail. [may 22—1m0. BITTER WINE OF IRON. An exquisite impregnation of dry Spanish Ilia" with the activity of the Cal isaya Bark, and the most energetic of alt the ferruginous salts, Citruie of Mag aetic Oxide of lion. It lias a vinous flavor, very zrattfful to the palate, is without chalybeate tasieanu will not discollor the teeth. t It excites languid appetite, gives zest to food, !m t prove* digestion, increases the strength, steadies the circulation, takes oft' muscular flabbine**, removes lie pallor of debility, gives firmness and precision to he actions of the nervous system, with power to en dure fatigue and resist disease. M.io-r.-:;.. Citrate of Iron is new nnd peculiar, dif fering from the or ;:n.try Soluble C irate, in contain ii gan equiAlc-nt of Protoxide of Iro::,i p.ace oi i, £• Ammo:,la. .Ji is ncntrai. tasteless, wiliiOut gency, as prompt and ei.ereetic as the Chloride, and unlike that, Induces no local inflammatory action or i headache. C ilisya Bark is pre-eminent iimotg vegetable ton ' ics. has no equal as a strcngtbene: or re->torutive, nor rival as an aim-periodic. Retails In $1 A $- bott>s, Quarts & GsPo-s for dispensing. O. S- HUBBLLL, Apothecary, may22—lmo. Philadelphia. Something New and Novel for Agents. j Peddle!*, Country Stores, Druggists, ar.d all ret-king an honorable and profitable business, Free by mail I for 85 cts. ; wholesale $3 per doz Canvassers realize $C to sl2 per day profit. ABBOTT A DOW[>, my22—l:n] Manufacturers, IS3 Water St., N. Y. ' AGENTS WANTED TO CANVASS THIS Mounty tor the Military and Naval History of the , Rebellion,template in one large 8\ o Vol,of 600 pages, i Colored and Steel Plates. The moat complete and saleable liUtor\ published. Send s.ainp for prospectus : m.22-2mJ JAS. K. 51M0N,33 8. 4th St., Ph'la. ; f?AAA AGENTS wanted, to sell SIX New In v)UUU veutions, of great value lo'amities ; all pay i great profile. Send 15 cents mid get 60 pagca, or 25 ; cents and get 80 pages and a sample grutis. ; my22—lm) LPIIRAIM BROWN, Lowtfl, Mass. PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS! Tbe undersigned w 11 re renin in C-juOerspor'. fjr a few weeks for the purpose of making PHOTOGRAPHS! • VTe invite a ctll at our Rooms otxr Manning's Jew elry store, where our specimens wiilconwnce ail that j they can secure First Class Pictures Located for several years in NVelleville, New York, and to he there permanently located in the future,we 1 desire to establish a reputation in this place that will make it desirable both for ourselves and patrons that j we should visit you again All styles of work in the Art executed in good taste I and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. We are prepared to Copy and Enlarge Old Pictures | and finish them up in INDIA INK, i ' OR OIL COLORS ! Smith, tfc IVlitclioll. Coudersport, I*a., May 11,1560. PINGREY S ELECTROLEUM ! IT ill remove all kinds ot Grease, lar, 4tc.. from the finest CLOTH, without stain, and cleans Kill OLOVES without marring them Sent, postpaid, for 60cents per Lottie. 100 irottl's SCS. 51 Ironies. fl j. Address, D. 11. PIXGBET, mylsm3 llatrisbuig, Pertna. ; 1 Administratrix.* Notirc. \T* nEREAR, letters of aaminist- it inn on the est ate | of LEbTER FLING, laieof Uiysses township, have been granted to the under-igned. notice is l-e-ehy that ad those knowing themselves indebted to the said estate mu t make immediate payment, and those having claims aga'> st it wi!! pre-ent them for settlement. LOUIS COOK, administratrix, may 15-<sw T U I S S E S. ! "SEET.EY'3 HARD RUBBER TRUSS*' cures ! RUPTURE, fre-s the cord from all pressure - will i never rust, break, limber, chafe or become filthy, i (the fine steel spring being coated with hard rubber); 1 spring made into any power required •, used in bath . tiisr fitted toiorm ; requires no stray ing ; cleanest, • lightest, easiest, and l>e-t Trim known. Send for p-mphlet. I. B. SEELKV, Sole Prop ietor lot" Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Fa. 6 (fV A Nlontli I AGENTS for *:x Dt7 1/ entirely new articles, just out. Address ; O. T.tiAREt .City Buiidiug.Biddeford,Maine. D c. 26,1805. iswly. Administrator's \vtlre. AITIIEREAS letters of Adninistration on the es >Y tate of H. MARKING, late of Ronlct ! township, deceased have been granted to the un | ders'gtied, all persons indebted to said estate are ! requested to mslte immediate payment, and those j having just claims against tbe same should present them, duly authenticated fi scttlemetif. to GEORGE AV. MANNING, Administrator cum testamento annexo April S. 1566. .I For use against IVLoths in Clothing. Best Its advantages.—Efficiency, Economy firapartg sweet odor to the clothes, and sure to last through twelve mouths. Every I'rnggist has It. may 1-lm.] IIARRIRfc r HAJ'MAN. Boston WHO ? W HO? W HO! OUR NEXT GOVERNOR: I We have a correct and striking photograph of the xrxt Governor of Pennsylvania, wh'ch we wiij send jby mail for 25 cuts. If we mistake the man, ihe ; money will be refunded immediately after the elec tion next October. Is it Geary or Ctymert Write ; sjm see. Address BARTLESON A CO., ] may I,—2m CII Chestnut Street, I'hila GEARY! CLI.MER! We have Photographs, large and small of Geary ' and Clymer. Agents-wanted to sell them Send 7a (cents f'-r specimen copies by mail, po;sgepaid. I Address BARTLESON & CO-, may I-2m 611 Chestnut Street. Phila t It IA GIH M EM Aft E - TTntil further notice, the OfEc° of the Estate in I j Coudersport will-he open on'y dußng Court ' weeks • at whidft time Mr. Enswortb will be there, lie wbi also be In Rmethport during tbe weeks of i Ooutt in McKean County. ' Persons who have business w;th tho Estate are re i quested to meet hi£Q at those time*. letters opbusme add-ewed t< tfce OflJse at Wells ' borer*, will h prowptl* answered. t 1 My1,1>36 WIT UiAM K C^TMER. YOUR ATTENTION One Bdoment ±T YOU PLEASE! NEW STORE & NEW GOOD AT Whites Corners,Harrison,Pr Kas filled the Corner Store of John White's with ala-ge assortment of DRY-GOOES, READY-MADB CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CROCKERY, PROVISIONS, STOVES, &C., AMD WILL UNDERSELL ANY COUNTRY MERCHANT IN THIS SECTION. Best Prints from 15 to 185 Cents, worth 18 to 25. Good Sheeting from 15 to 22. worth 22 to 28. Best Delaines, old Price, £5 cents, worth 30. Clothing as low as any Store in Penn'a or I\few York, good Suits from s>l2 to $25, worth sls to $25. FLOUR, PORK, and PROVISIONS by the barrel cr Toad One word r.nd I close, availing yotir inspection. jlv Goods are bought f - 3bipped direct from New York, by my brotb'.r, C. H. Simmons, who bays for tt i.• and f.s be aoea it for me at the same time he bars for himself be charges me no thin.: buys so I can Scii here as low as merchants pay theresc-Ives in New York, and 1 w : .J! .< as low as Elmira or Wellfvitlt prices. So Come onf Yonr3 truly, J. P. SIMMONS. Harrison. Pa., alny, ISGG. P. A. STEBBHS & Co. Headquarters for Bargains! LATEST SPRING STYLES; Elegant Seasonable Dress Goods THE CORNER 3 r £ORS RULE ! Dress and Cloak Trimming c MAMMOTH STOCK OF Boots IsHioe-te*; • ■ ■ . ■ I W M M The Proprietors of Ihe POPULAR CORNER STORE are determined to supply this market with the best quality of DRY-GOODS, HATS & CAPS, HARDWARE, DRUGS, PAINfS OILS, VARNISHES, AND PATENT MEDICINES. FLOUR, FEED & PROVISO IL>. h. 7> P. A. STEBBINS oc CO.