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ROY S CHOLERA DROPS,
. saf>■ and effectual remedy for Diarrhoea, \ Cholera-Morbus, Dysentery. Colic, Cholera In &ntum,CraiY!p,S[>a*ms,Griping Pains in the Bowels, nd the beat antidote for CHOLERA. SALUTIFER The Great External Remedy of the Age. \ certain cure for Netiraliga Quinsy. Croup. Bore Throat, Kbeumatism. Bpraine, Swellings. Pleur isy, Crick in the Back, Spinai Irritation. -Cramps, Ppam§. Numbness of the Liml>s. Ch iblsins, Ring worm, and the beet external application for Dyptheria FOR SAI.E RY Cbas. Jones, Coudersport, and bv Burtis £ I'otter, Ulysses, Peinta. Uct2"2-ly Lyon's Periodical Drops! The (ireat Female Remedy for Irree uiauies. The>e drop* are a scientifically e<m poutided fiuid preparation, and iietter than any Tili*,' Powders or Nostrums. Be;nj liquid, their action is direct and positive, rendering them a reliable, speedy and certain specific for thecureof all otv-tructionsand ttppres>iousot nature. Their popularity is indicated by the fact that over 100, OK) bottles are annually sold and consumed by the ladies of the United Biaies, every one of whom rpeuk in the strongest terms of pfaiae of the>r great merits. They are iapi>!ly tuning tne place o everv other Female Remed*, and a r con- i fidered by al! who know aught ot them, as the surest safest, and most li fallible prepamt'.ou in the world* for the cure of all Female com, iaii ts. the removal of all obstructions of nature, and the promotion of health regularity and strength. Explicit directions striti g When they may be u-ed,and explaining when and why they should not, nor could not ts* used without pro ducing effects contrary to nature's chosen laws, will bs found carefully folded around each bottle, with written signature of JOHN L. LY ON, without tw.ic.: n 'prepred , by U Or. JOHN L T.YON 195 Chapel Ftreetl N-w H <Ven, Conn , who can be co .suited either personally or y mail. (-nCnring stamp.) con cerning all private diseases and female weaknes-es. Bold by Druggists every where. Pric fl.SOprßot. C G CLARK A CO., Jysp General Agt* for United Sates and Canada? THE MASON HAMLIN CABINET OEGAN3. Forty different styles, a apted to 'acred • rl secular in 11 sic, for pO to jfiiHi each. Flhid OXi, bell or Biiver Medals, or other tire' premiums a warded th'*rn Illustrated Catalogues free. Address.MA-ON &HAM LIN, or MASON A HAMLIN, New York. ERRORS OF YOUTH. A Gentleman who suffered for ' ears from Nervous J>ebiliiy, Premature Decay, and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suit* ring humanity, s-nd tree Jo all who need it, the recipe and directions for making the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience, can do -o hv add re-sing JOHN B. OGi'EN, No. 13 Chambers St., N-w York. — i fpilE CONFESSION- AND EXPERIENCE OF AS INVALID. Published for the benefit and as a Caution to Young Men and others, who suffer Irom Nervous Jtebilitv. Premature Decay of Manhood, See.,.supplying at 'he same time the means of Self Cure. By <>, ie who has cured himself :tfl*r undergoing considerable quackery By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope, single copies, free of chart e, may be had of the author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. Esq., Iyspjy3o Brooklyn, Kings Co., N V. Ayer's Cathartic Pills i RE the most perfect pu gative c liave been able to produce, and, as we think, lias ever yet hem made by any lody. Their effects have abund antly shown to the ceuirn suit;, i.o* much they excel the other medicines in use. They are safe and i leas ant to take, but p overfu! t 'Cure. Their penetrat mg properties stimulate the vital activities o-the body, iemove the obstructions of it* organ-, purify the Mood, and exp-1 disease. Tiiey purge out the foul hntnois whic i breed and grow distemper, stimulate aiugg eh or disordered organs into tin r na urai :ic. tion, and impart tone find strength to the whole sy s tem. Not on y do they cUie ihe evr ry day complaints cf everybody, but fo midable and dangerous diseases. While they produce powerful effects, they arc at tin same time, in diminished d"sc-, the safest and last physic thai can be employed for children. Being, •ugar-C'iated, they arc pl-asant to take; and, being purely vegetable, they are entirely harm e-e. Cii'ee liave been made that would surpass belief, were they not substantiated by men of sU' h exaited character,/ as to forbid the suspicion of untrvih. Many iminenl Clergymen and physicians certify to the :pub lc the reliability of our remedies, while oti.ers have sent us the assuranc- of their conviction that our Prvpaia tions contribute immensely to the relief of out afflict ed fellow-men. The Ageut below named is pleased to furnish gra tis our American Almanac, ocutainiug directiors for the use of these medU-ines and cert, neat LB of their Cures of the following complaints - Costivenees. Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism Dropsy, Heart-burn, Ilea-inchc arising from 5• •it 1 stomach, Nausea. Indigestion, Mor ml Inaction of the Bowels and Pain arising therefrom, Flatulency Los of Apjiet te, all Diseases which require an evacuant medicine. They also, by purifying the bloo i nd stimulating the system, > tire many < omptiriite w! -el it would not be suttpos.-d they could reach such a*; Deafness, Partial Bii ,d -ess, Neurbgia aid Ne-votir Irritability. Derangements of the Liver and Kid .e\i*. Gout, and other kindred disorders arising from a low state ofthe body,or -'-t! action ol its functions. I)o Dot be put <-ff by imp: mcipled dealers with other preparation' on which tliey make more piofft itmaiid AriK'f and take no others. Tne sick waul the !est there i- for them, ai d they should have it. Prepared by ])*. .1 C. Avrn A Co., Lowell, Mass . and sold by all Druggists and dealers ia meiiciue ev eryWhere. REDUCTION IN PRICE OF THE AfVfERSCAN WATCHES Made at Waltham, Mass. Ia con?eqnence of the rccertf decline in gold ttnd silver and all the materials used in the man ufacture of our goods, and in anticipation of a still further decline we have ieduced our prices to as low a point as they can be placed WITH GOLD AT I'iß. so that no one need hesitate to buy a watch now from the expectation that it will be cheap- , er at some future time. The test of ten years and the manufacture and sale of Tlore I lian 200.000 Wntrfic*, have given our productions the very highest rank among time keepers. Commencing with the determination to tnake only throughly ex cellent watches, our business has steadily in creased as the public became acquainted with their value, until for months together we hart been unable to supply the demand. We have repeatedly enlarged our factory buildings un til they now cover over three acres ot ground, and give accommodation to more than eight hundred workmen. We are fully justified in slating that we now make ntore than one-half of all the Wat ches sold in the United States. The different grades are distinguished by the fdiiowing 1 trade marks engraved on the plate; 1. ''American Watch Co," Waltham. Mass. ! 2. "Appleton,Tracer & Co."'Waltham.Mass 3i "P. S. Bartlette," Waltham, Mass. 4. "Wm, Ellerv." 5. Our IADIES YV ATCB of first quality is < named-'Appleton.Tracey & Co. "Waltham.Mass 6. Our next quality of Ladies' Watch is named "P.S.BartleDe,"Waltham,Mass. These watches are furnished in a great varietv of sizes and styles of cases. The American Watch Co-, of Waltham. Mass., authorize us to state that without dis tinction of trade marks or price, ALL TIIF. PRODUCTS OF THEIR FACTORY ARE FULLY WARRANTED to be the best timekeepers of their class ever made in this or any other country. Buvers should remember that unlike the" guarantee I of a foreign maker who can never be reached. < this warrantee is good at all times against the i'ompany or their Agents, and that if after the most thorough trial, any watch should ! prove defective in any particular, it may al ways be exchanged for another. As the Amer ican Watches made at Waltham, are for salt by dealers generally throughout the country,! do not solicit orders for single watches. * CAUTION.—The public are cautioned to uy only of respectable dealers. All persons selling counterfeits will be prosecuted. ROBBI\S k. APPLETO.Y, henia for the American Watch Company, i I* 2 Broadway, IV. Y. i THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL Coudersport, Tuesday Evening. Nov. 13, 1365. and Oeneual. As winter is rapidly approaching and tires will become more numerous, see to it that your buildings are insured. Call at the .Torn i XAL OFFICE AOEXCT. Folicies issued in the best Companies of the country at fair rates. SCHEKBK'S SEAWEED TONIC. Thi.i medicine invented by Dr. J. LL EeLenCk of Philadelphia, is intended to dissolve the fi*Ki and make it into chyme, the first process of di gestion. Kv cleansing the stomach with Dr. Schenck's Mandrake Pills, the Tonic soon re stores the appetite, and f<od t! at could not be eaten l>efore using it will )>e easily digested. Consumption cannot be cured by JSchenck's Pulmonic Syrup unless the stomach and liver is made healthy and the appetite restored .hence the Tonic and 1 ills are required in nearly every rase <>f consumption. A half dozen bottles of the SEAWEED TONIC and three or four boxes of the MANDRAKE PILLS will cure any ordinary case of dyspepsia* Dr.Scbcrjck makes professional visits in New York, Boston, and at Ins principal office in Phil adelphia every week week. See daily papers of each place, or his pamphlet on consumption for his days for visitation. Please observe, w hen purchasing.that the two lfkcness "of the doctor, one when in the last stage of consumption, and the other as IK- now is, in perfect health, are ou the government stamp. Sold by ail Druggists and Dealers. Price 25 cents per ls>x. Principal Oliice, No. 15, North 6th street, Philadelphia. General Wholesale Agents; Demas Darnes <t Co., 21 Park Row, New York ; S. S. Hunce, IBS Baltimore St„Baltimore, Md.; Jchn D.Park, N. E. corner of I'bnrth and Walnut St.. Citicin naii, Ohio; Valkor it Taylor, 134 and 136 Wa bash Avenue, Chicago, 111.; Collins 1 bothers, southwest corner of Second and Vine Sts., St. Louis, Mo. [ Istw.ea.mo.lyroct22 Sickness is an affliction that waits on us all. None a - e exempt and there are none but need relo i from its attacks. \S hoever can 'ur nislt this becomes our benefactor. A conviction prevails that Dr. Aver does it. ] Jisorders of the Idood have been healed by his Sarsaparilla, and affections of the lungs hv his Cherry Pec toral, too frequently and t< distinctly to le disputed. His Ague Cure is said by those who use il, To never fail. Reader, if you must have medical aid, take the best of medicine. Poor remedies are dear as good ones are cheap, at any price you have to pay for them.— Ckarlc*- ton L'ouri'j. Household Friends. Cue's Cough Balsam and Coe's Dyspepsia Cure—they should always be in the house ready for immediate use; they are the most re liable remedies known. Tbe one always ban dy and speedy in cases of sudden attacks of croup amount the children, or for curing the most stubborn coughs and colds, is excellent for sore throat and all lung difficulties; the oth < r —Cot's lh>je}*-ia Cure—is oertrin to cure dyspepsia, no matter of how long standing, indigestion, aid all tliseases lliat originate in x disordered state of the stomach and bowels. Examination of Teachers. 1 lie examinations of Teachers will be as fol lows : bti lvav a, at Burleson's S. 11. Nov. 8 New F.ergen, •' •< 13 l'ike, at Pike Center, " " J5 Iffwisville, at the Academy " 17 Ellisburg. school-house " l!l Millport, do 21 Roulette, do • 23 Coudersport, at the Academy 24 Examinations will commence at IB a. rn. Tiacher- will provide themselves with jiens, ink and paper. Evening Lectures on Education when prac tical/e. Ati, especially Directors,arc cordially invited to attend. J. W. ALLEN", Co" Supt. Mrs. V. C. DYKE is Agent for Shaw l ; Clark's Sewing Machines. This is the BEST cheap Sewing Machine ever offered for sale, and the only one in market for loss than $lO which can IK. sold, bought, or used with satetv, as no others are fully licensed. Three varieties, with or without 1 ables. 1 nquire at the JOURNAL office An assortment of newly improved undei feed Machines just received. Caii and examine. *„* Don't be foolish."—You can make Six Dollars from Titty Cents. Call and examine an invention urgently needed by everybody. Or a sample sent tree by mail for 50 cents, thai retails easily lor 16, by R. L. Wolcott, 170, Chatham Square. New York. The Moon's Volcanoes are engaging tbe attention of astronomers, but the world of beau'v anff fashion is less interested in buran discoveries than in the great question of Turning llic Heads tliat hnvo been whitened by age or sickness to a g'o riouff block or brown hue. Nobody now is such UUiV-A.TXO as not to admit tlmt tbe iiiicgi and iiiObt liaroile^ehair darkener in existence is CRISTA!)ORO'S IIAIR DTE, vvL oh nouri'l ei the fibres unwell as chansre- their hu> M inuf-mired by CRIFTAI>ORO, 6 A-t r Hotre. New York. Sold ly Druggißts. Appiied by all Hair Dressers Alicock's Poroiis Piasters. WHOOPING COUGH CURED Cayuga, Hinds County, Miss T. ALLCOCK & Co.—Gentleman' Please send me another six dozen of your Porous Piaster-. They are i in great demand here for whooping cough. They act : like a charm. 1 could have sold t o dozen this we* k it I had Lad them as soon ns ]s>ssible, and oblige. Yours respectftrliv JOHN I WILLIAMS, P. M ASTHMA CURED. Mr. Wm. May, of 245 Spr ng Street. New York, writes, Jan 1, ISSC I have been afflicted witaa>ihma for upwards of ten t ears, receiving no 'oenefit from med'cal nn-n. I was advised by a friend to try one of AUcock's Porous Piasters, f swd T had trieff several kinds of piasters without any benefit, .*rr.d SBt'pt l * l '-! they were all aiike. My friend gave me orre of A!i cock's, and urged me to use it I did so, and have now worn theiu steadily for nine months, and find myself Letter than 1 have be-n for many yeartf. A gency,Brandreth House, New York. Sold by droggisi STRAXGE, BIT Tit IT Eg Every young lady and gentleman in the United , can near 6omethißg mirch t their ivanta ,r e by return mail (free of Charge,)-by addressing the undersigned. Those who bare fears <rf l*ing hum bilged wid oblige by not noticing this card Ali others will please address thei- obedient s. r ant Til OS. F. CiiAUMAN, ' —| lyjyg Nlaple Sugar Makers! Now is the time to pet one of Cook's Cele brated Evaporators for Making Maple Sugar. Havinp used one the past season I Know them to be the best PAN for making Maple Sugar or Syrup. For further particulars or Circulars address the undersigned who is apent for Potter County. JOHN LINDBEY. 6>v. Ulysses, Potter County, Pa. ' , COIDEBSPOBT FKICE CIRRENT. Reported every Tuesday by . X*. SteL>L>in.*3 dt? 00., Dealers in Groceries and Provisions, Oon tiers Dork Apples, green per bushel ( 100 to 1 50 : " dried, " 250 3id ] ; Besiip. " 200 250 ' B-eswax, per Ih., 0 35 i Beef. " 10 12 t Berries, dried, per quvrt, 22 S5 . Buckwheat, per bushel, 02 75 Buckwheat Flour, S 50 00 i Butter, per lb., i' 4) S5 : Cheese, " 20 25 ' Cloverseed, R 50 9 00 , Corn, per bushel, 100 125 ! Corn meal, j>er cvrt., 250 8(d ■ Eggs, per dozen, 1* , Flour, extra, per barrel. 14 00 15 0o " superfine, " 10 00 12 00 k Him?, per lb , 22 25 1 Hay, pi-r ton, 8 (> 10 0" .' Ilou-y, per lb., 15 20 Lard, 20 25 *; Maple Sugar,, per lb., 15 18 " Oats, per bushel, 40 ? Onions, •' _ 125 150 i Pork, per l>hl., 15 <K) 28 00 ! '• " lb, 15 25 " in whole hog, per lb., 10 25 r Potatoes, per bus'.el, 37 50 i Peach**, dried, per lb., 30 35 - Poultry, tier lb., 10 15 ,• Rye, per bushel, 100 150 Sillt, Jer bbl., 475 500 r . 14 sick, 15 20 ? Timothy Seed 450 550 . Trout, per half bbl., 500 900 Wheat., per bttrhel, 2 00 2 00 While Fish, per liaif bbt., 500 900 COURT FROCLI3IATIOA. IDIIEREAR the Hon. Rolert G. White President > Judge, and ihe Hons. C. S. Jones and G. G. ' Colvin. Associate Judges of the Courts of Over A I Terminer at d Geneml Jail Delivery, Q larter Ses sions of the Peace, Orhnns' C 'urt and Court of Com mon Pleas for the County of Potter, have issued their 1 precept, bearing date the Twenty-third diy of Sept , in the year of ourlaird One Thousand Eight Hundi ed ) and Sixty-Six, and to me directed, for holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery. Quarter Sessions of the Teaee, < irphans' Court, and Court of Common PU-fi o . in the Borough of < ouders : port, on Mi >N iAY', the 17th day of December mxt, and to continue one week • Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroners, ' Justices of tiie Peace and Constables within the • county, that they be then and there in their proper . ■ persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, with their j rolls, records, inquisitions, examinations, and other ' remembrance*, to do those things which to their ']oAeea appertain to be done, And tlp-se who are j bound by their recognizance* to prosecute against the prisoners that are or sliail be in the Jail of said county of Potter, are to he then and there to prosecute ; j agiinst them as will he just. Dated at Coudersport, Novemb 1, ISC6.1 S C6. and the 9dth year of the ludepeudt-n e ofthe United Staies of Ann rica. W. W. BROW N, Sheriff. RI.VGIIUI ESTATE. r further mdice, the Office of the Estate in 1 Coudersport will le open on'y during Court weeks ; at which time Mr Ensworth will he there. He will aiso be In Smethport during the wtieks of Coint in MeKean County. l'ersons who have business With the Estate are re qne-ted to m<*et him at those times. Letters on busmess ad iressrdto tiie Office at Wells boro', will be promptly answered. May 1,1866. WILLIAM R. CLYMER DR. TOBIAS' Venetian T.iniinent. i N INSTANTANEOUS REMEDY FOR i A chronic rheumatism,liend trhe,toothache, croup, co' *, qiiiiisv, sore throat, and pain* in any part ofthe body. Remember, this aiticle is a success—not an experiment ; for 19 yeais it has bet-n tested. No med ic ne ever had SLCIi a repntation as this : siiei tly ii lias w rked its way before thepnbiic and all are loud n its jiraise. ,4 Chronie rheumatism.♦' Thousands vvlio had laid for weeks on a bed of agony, and never walked without the aid of crutches, with this com plaint, can testify to the mag cal effects of this lini ment. Rememlier, rel ef is certain, and a positive cn e is sure to follow Headache of all kinds we warrant to cure. Putrid sore throat,quinsv, and dip tbeiia are robbel of their terrors by . timely use of, the Venetian Liniment. It has saved hundreds the 1 I >t thre- months Price 40 and 60 cents a b-'ttle Office. 56 Cortlandt street, New Yb-rk. Isold by all Druggists. The Season of Storms. The blasts of nutnmn and the chiit storms of early ' 1 winter are apt to make sad inroads upon the const! tutions ef the leeble. Jn old times at the commence ment of every season it wasthe fashio i to take a strotig cathartic as a safeguard against a change ot tempi-r --at ure. It was a worse than senseless practice. The pe-ipie of our day underetand the matter lctte-. In stead of depleting the system they reinforce it. In ' the method they adopt they exhibit a wise diserimi- 1 nation. Instead of resorting tome vitiated stimulants j of commerce, or any of the compounds derived from , them thov put ihi-ir faith in the only absolutely pure > inv-g .rar.t cro arable in the market—HOSThTTr.R'S ' STi >M At.'H BITTERS. Their faith is well founded Never has any tonic medicine been prepared #;iti -uch scrupulou- precision arid consbiemiouecare. It is a vegetabl" compound of which every ingredient is ; sonrid, wholesome and medicinal in th'e tree s- nse of . j the word. Now we have throe prominent natio al 1 complaints. One-lialf of the adnit population of the I n 1 led Slates suffer more or less, either from diseases ofthe stomach, derangements of the liver, or affbe ticiis of the kidneys. In no other land under heaven are ;ho-o maiad es so gone-rat as in this country, ai d 111 )-TETTER'B BITTERS is a specific for them all unless organic in their origin, and. therefore, beyond cur* - . And let those who ae tortuna'e enough s-> l>e i exempt trorn at present understand one great fact,viz , that an occasional use of tnis vitalizing tonic will as | ceri.iinly prevent them as the sun will prevent the earth from freezing where its genial beams des'-enff. CASH PAID FOR HIDES. The Highest Market Price Paid FOR ■ b—=r B ~ J1 i AT TIIE COUUEFvSPOET TANNERY. AVim. Shear. Oct. 23. 18fiS-3m If you want to Buy SHEETINGS AND SKIRTINGS Cheap ! CALL ON N. M. GLASSMIRE I*CG IS6G Philadelphia & Erie Railroad. THIS tweet line traverses the Northern and North west counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie lon fake Erie. It has been leased and is operated by , the PKUXSTLVASIA RAIIKOAK COMPANY. Time of passenger trains at EM PORIUM. LEAVE EASTWARD i Erie Ma : l Train |T:O2 p. y. i Erie Express Tra n.. _..114*r m LEAVE WESTWARD, Erie Ma i Train ...72:00 A. M. Erie Express Trail*.-.,, ,- ~...!:3A M. Passenger cars run through on the Lite Mail and Kx'press lra ; n without change both ways between Philadelphia- and Er*e. NEW YORK CONNECTON. Leave New York at 9.00 A. m , arrive at Erie 9 30 A.M. j Leave Erie at 4 45 P. M., arrive at New Yofk 4 10, p y EI.EGA NT SLEEPING C -iRSon all Night trains For information respecting Passenger business,ap ply at Corneyot 30tha;.d Market streets, Philadelphia And for Freight business of the Coippany's Agents 8. -t, Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th aud Market streets. Phiiadeiphia. . YY. Reynolds. Erie.^ \Yin. Brown, Agent, N. C- R. R , Baltimore. H. H. HOUSTON, General Freight Agt. Philada j 11. W. GWINNER, General Dckct Agt l'Liiada 1 A. L. TYLEK, General Sup t, Erie. ' fc Unquestionably the best sustained work of t},/ kind in the country." HARPER'S NEW KOWTHLY EAGAZIKE. 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The advertiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks '-v a very simple remedy, after having suffered forst-vt ra year-with a severe lung affection, and that diead disease, Consumption—is anxious to make ktKWit to his fellow-sufferers the means <f cure. To all who desire it, lie will send a copy of flip p're scription used (free of charge), with the dir<'ctin for preparing and using tlie sainr. which they w 11 find a SURE CURE for Consumption. Asthma. Br- Lchetis, Coughs. < 'olds. nn<? all Throat and Lung Affections. The only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the alfiicted. and spread information which b conceives to be in valuable, and be hop*-* every sufferer will try Lis retnedv. as it will cost them nothing, and mav prove a blessing. Pvrti.-s wishing the prescription, FREE, by return mail, will plea-r address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, tVi'Hamsbu gh, King* Co., New York.—llyjyg A LECTURE ri"*o Yontig Hen. Jr-T PrßLtsuEP, in a Sealed 1 Envelope. 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