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VVERSPORT, FEBRUARY 9, 1990.
Report on the method of treatment
,ptel at the Dispensary of the How
, SssoorarioN, Philadelphia, in Vit
a diseases, and ulao on the 'remedies
p l a yed, has been published by the Di.
ta rs for gratuitous distribution, with
bope of making the treatment more
:e ly useful. Copies will be sent to the
c od, on application, free of all charge.
card in our advertising columns.
'c have received a copy of the Feb.
of The Student and Schoolmate and
rester's Boy's and Girl's School May.
0 , It is published by. Robinson,
ens & Co., 120 - Washington• St., idos
,atSi a year, in :sidearm.. It con.
is 36 pages of matter adapted to aid
!dress attondingschool, anti is a worthy
CHASE. -- Our strong Republican
a has been defeated by a.spiit-ticket,
up by the democrats and disaffected
'Akan. Our Republican strength
. departed from us. D. Baker is de
led for Justice of the Peace, and Lara
elected. The Democrats bad a jube
overthe victory by firing guns and
ils last night. A REPUBLICAN.
Ulysses, Feb. 4, 1860.
A . 5. EDITOR.-Cur second club meet
earned' on the and inst. Our speak-
Mr. Ohnsted, did not disappoint us,
the speech was all that we could ex
t—being a clear history of the action
the federal government in regard tt
very from Its foundation to the present
.e. It seems to me that no man, of
.atever politics, could find any fault
it. We meet at Brookland on the
. sad at our Academy on the 'lst of
Ulysses, Feb. 7, 1860.
Yr. Editor.=l find in thz Jourpt t Ar.
Feb. 2d a communication from "13.," 1
Sweden, making comments upon a de
te held at Lytnausville a short time-'
tee. I happened to have
being a member of the debate which
,"• mentions, and out of respect to
.se engaged in the discussion, and to 1
,se gentlemen judges, I must take the!
arty to correct a few very prominent
s.stateinents. The question for dis-1
sion was stated thus: ''Resolved, That
very is a curse .to America." The
estioo, on the. part of the affirmative, it
true, was supported by Republicans,.
d the negative by an equal number of . )
•mocrats and Republicans. In regard
the Judges, one was a Republican and
other a Demacrat—fboth very ptotni- 1
at men in the party to which they re- f
etively belong, and gentlemen of go. d
'gement and respectability. In regard'
the argument that " B," claims to have
a produced on the part of the affirma
e, in part I must differ with him very
, terially. Those on the part of the af
mative, it is true, manifested a consid
tble zeal in the debate`, as is said by
t-,3„" but not in telling the effects oft
very upon the southern States in re-;
d to morals, free speaking and free
eting, which are' the' only true safe
' .nis of the Nation. Such arguments'
re not produced—had they been, they
st inevitably have cal ned the question ;
twe admit that they showed clear
that there are over two billions dollars
ested in slaves.—also, an estimate
de of the , probable weight of that
aunt of money, and of the . number of
es that it would takt. io draw it—claim
that it was injurious to the peace,
ppiness and prosperity of our Nation in
ring so much, copital invested in hu
chattels. Now I would ask "B." if
thinks such argument has any weight
on such a question, as the . one previ
ly mentioned, or whether he has any
'bts in regard to the capacity of Messrs.
:am and Ostrander, to give a just de
ion of a question before a Debating
iety ? Those gentlemen did not, as
.." asserts, decide that slavery is a
Wog; but that those on the part of the
.gative had produced more argument to
ow that slavery was not a curse, than
e affirmative had that it was. And
I do not think it was very pretty in
to tell tales dirt of our little De
unit Society, and thereby cause Mat
ew and Isaac to get such a lampooning
the hand of the editor. N.
[We give the above an insertion, in
dation of our rule in regard to publish
g communications without a responsible
me, as an act of justice to all concern
; inasmuch as we have learned, after
.per inquiry, that our remarks last week
tie injustice to the judges, as well as
.e disputants. We were led, by "B.'s"
'te, to believe that the dispute was of a
rictly partizan character, and that
eim. - Ostrander and Byam gave their
cisinn on the merits of the principles
volved instead - of the arguments adduc :
We do not make this statement out
f personal reasons, - but as an act of pro
mina! justice.—En. Joun..]
Peeigi if of ices.
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CII BITTERS for Dyspepsia, Flatcilence
eueiness of the Stomach, or any other lilse
Tections. is second to none in America or
"Md.. T o be able to state confidently that,
't "Bitters" are a certain mire for dyeepsia
lfice diseases, is. to the proprietors a source
unalloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid
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"PrAs reit'exced vitality to. the nervous syS-
In, ming it that tune and energy su indis.
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the proprietors that it cannot but prove a
great cure to the afflicted, and impart vitality
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,See advertisement in another column.
CLOVER SEED. •
LARGE QUANTITY of first quality Cio
ver Seed can be purchased at the hard
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Coudersport, Feb. 8, 1860.-
310ATHEREAS letters of administration on
,estate of Liman C. Leach , late of
Hector Township, Potter Counts. deceased,
have been granted to the ondersignedLa:ll per
sons indebted.to said estate are requested to
make irnmetre.te paymentT and those laving
claims against' the same will presenE, them,
duly authenticated, for settlement.
WILLIAM T. LEACH
Hector, Feb. 7, rIBGO
_4 Benevolent histibition established by special
Endowment, for the Relief ofthe Sick and Dis
tressed, afflicted with Virulent aitd Epidemic
Disease.g, awl especially for the Care of Dis
eases of the Sexual Organs.
TW/SVEDIOAI. ADVICE given gratis, by the
Acting Surgeon, to all who apply by
letter, with a description of their. condition.
(age, occupation, habits of life, kc .) and in
cases of extreme polerty, Medicines furn;sbed
free of charge.
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrh,ra.
and other 'Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and
on . the NEW REMEDIES employed in the Dis
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Address, DR. J. SKILLIN
Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. '2
South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Ily or
der, of the Directors. . •
EZRA D. HEARTW ELL, President.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretary.
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Men's Calf Boots,
" Kip " •
" Coarse Shoe,,-
Ladies' Congress Golfers, 2,00 1,75
and all others in the same proportion. lam
making the sacrifice to close out my stock in
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A better stock in this line cannot be found
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Best quality of Brown Sugar 10 cents, all
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TEA-11:ack, formerly 87c now 80c
Imperial, " 87c " 80c
" Young Nyson, " Sc 7 " 80c
" 75c " 70c
14 It as " 63c " Ouc
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CANDLES—Best qunlit, Home made or
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S ALERATUS. " 10c " Sc
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FLOUR—as low as at any other - store in
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Corn Meal, 41. 2,25
Beans, per bushel, •1,7,0
Gibson Pork, per pound, 10
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Yankee Notions. Perfumery. Toilet Soaps of;
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Reduction made'to 'Wholesale buyere.
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Coxidersport, Jan. 24, 1860..1
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Coudersport, Jan. 24, 1860.
.BY VIRTUE of sundry iorzi r s of Venditioni
Expunas, Fiovi Papias au/1 I>evari Faciasi:
issued oaf of. or
the Court of Como 1 Pleas of Potter,
County, Pen nsylaania, and to one (fleecier:, ,I.shulli
expire to public sale or outcry. uktke Court Houv!
in Coudersport, on MONDAY, tke 20th day of
February, 18 O, at 10 ti" clocr, - , '. in., the follow-1
illy described real estate, In wit : • , I
Certain real estate situate in Parrison Town-,
ship, Potter Co., Pa., BountiO on the. north
by lots Nos. 'F'.l k 27 of the allbtruent of•lands
of M. C. Barber, in Rarrisonownship, east
by the County line, south •by - ot in possession
of J. Harris and mill lut,-and 'vest by mill lot
and part of lot No. 'Bl ; cant:Ming sixty-five
If•!nd four-nths acres, being orth part of lot
No. 84, of:which ten acres tt l fe improved. oul„
which is erected one lug house, and some fruit;
end to .
Seized, taken in execution, trol to be sold rt
the property of Charlotte b'ealce.
A LSO—Certain real estate sittuate i n Sweden
Township, Potter Co.. Pa., P4unded yorth by=
lot of Andrew & Michael Oro , east by lands
of George Fox, M. D., itod lot A:Stephen:Mitch-,
el, south by lands of . C. Hundtedmark - & S. I - ,
Acker, and west by lands of Gustavus Neitif
; Elytnus !Jacket,' Andrew & Michael Gross ;
Containing one hundred andl • fifty-seven aud
one-tenth acres, of whiCh the acres are int+
proved, being lot No. 'JO of \ he - allotment of
lands of Fox A: Rosa in Swed'en Township. I
Seized, taken in execution, itnd to be sold I 9
the property of Daniel Snycle. . I
1 ALSO—Certain real eSta4 vitiate in Uec
tor Township, Pdtter Co., Pat, Bounded north
; by the Nod: of Daniel S. underlin, east by lands
of George Bartlett, south by quds of lluosi AL
ler .k Garlock. and west by Iladds of W. S
j Leach ; containing seventy iiqes, of which six
acres arc improved. on whili is erected our
frame dwelling-house, .one log barn, and with
' some I', ult. trees thereon.
Seized, taken in executiontland to be sold as
the property of Charles Parldler: . - ;
ALSO—Cert in real estarelsituate in Whar
ton Towndlip, ;Potter Co „Pi.. Beginning at
a post in the north-west Curlier of a lot -con' r
trac led to James Ayres, their e north one hun
141 red and fifty-seven rods ti a post, thence
1 east twenty-nine rods to a pOst.'thence north
to the west bank of SinneMahuning • Creek,
thenel , adting the west bank 6f . said Creek bl. -
the several courses thereof iopte -Warrant line,
thence along the Said Warrant line, west fiv
, hundreriand twenty-five rodlto; a post, theme
outlt three hundred and tldrteen rods to'`
,„,,,.; thence We,t live hundied and t wenty r
five rods to the place of liegintiln l ; i containink
Aix hundred and Piventy-nin4CreF be the s:wnie
irons or less, and being par ' of Warrant Aid.
4927, the same being wiimprioved land.
Seized, taken in cx - ecutiol4'and to be sold a's
the property. of 11. W. May. I
• ALSO—Certitin 1 cal estate situate in Simi
on Township, Potter Co., Psi, Bounded north
by lands of Mann .b Nichuls, l l east by lands df
• Gabriel Barnes, south by I.pds of Mann .(-..
'Niehols,,ana ;vest by laotil lands ; tiont:o-
. ing one lonifirell acres of Imo , of which fifteen
acres are improved and si. acres chopped.
with one frame house, one rause barn, au l d
snipe fruit trees thereon. ,1 .' I I
Seized, taken in cxecut . hiei, and to be sold tis
the prOperty of L. 9. Christ Man 1 . .
ALSO )- -Certain real estatejto wit: Two cett
, tain village lots situate in tholß.,rough of Co t-;
der:port. Potter Co., Pa., knlown as lots Nor.
• 131 & 135, on Sgodre No. Vil.o, bounded. north
I by lots of L. Coshing, east 14)y Main Stree't;
south by Fourth Street, art 'west by lots bd.-
loogiog to the School Distri'4't of Couderspoit
and lot now in possessimoolll.. B. Cale ; cod
mining sixty-;liar perches a land, on whicit
1 is erected one Blacksitaith-:bop.
• Seized, taken in execution.; and to be sold as
. the property of Samuel Ilave:n. ,
! ALSt.)-t'ertain real estate situate in Gen
; see To,enship, Potter Co., l'4, Bounded portilt
be lit No. 3.1 of the allottneytt of lands io said
Township - , east by lot No.:.'. south,by lot No.
, IS, and west by lot Nil. 2 , iCOOtaining firt3L
j three sad - . .. - .-tenths acres lidilt the; usual :9-
! 10w5t.... of six per ,eat. forLroads, being lot
No, 135 of the lands of S. Rossdn Genesee town-
I ship, of wide!) two acres ale improved, and
ten acre.: chopped, on winch is erected one
frame house. one frame be rif l t'lnd outhuildingls,
and with some fruit trees tit i ereon.
• Seized, taken in exoeutionl stud to be sold 8..-3
the property of Versel Dick'', istin.
ton Township, Potter Co„ ]'a., Beg -inning, Lit
..k . l.SO—Certain - :tain real estat4 situate in Whar-'
a Chestnut the S. W. cornet of Warrant No:
,Pondersport, Jan. 30, 1860, .
four thousand nine hundre4 and twenty-one, ! 1
' L' - -
1 The business of the late firm will hereafter
(4921), thence east by th&, l south,line of siiid i
Warrant one hundred and eighteen perches,to- he carried on bY the under Signed, and a con
thination of the illiberal patronage heretosore
a post. a corner of a tract of land conyeyed•to i
John B. Smith, et. rd., theitc9 south by the extended, Is resPectfully solicited.
line of said tract one hundred and tifteen perch- i 1
• I :1 JRA. CANFIELD.
es to a post, a corner of said tract, thence east! '
by line of said tract, forty . ifivc perches to al i Parra for Sale.
post, 4 corner-of said tract l thence south by .
, T ITE, undersigned, being physically disabled
line of said tract one hundretdand twen+y-five! 1
sale on I reastmablet terms. It is situated for-properly Managing his farm, offers it
perches to a post, a corner o 1 said tract, thence fo i„
West be line of saki- tract, one hundred and
i in!Pike ToWnship, Potter Co., Pa., about If
sixty-three perches to a post, a corner of said miles.froinjWest Pike post office ' on the Gen
mi from the
t ract in east line of •WairaM.-No. - 4025, thence}' cede Fork'
Of Fine Creek 4 mites
Mirth two hundred and fi.i i rty perches to the Fork. Weiltimbered with beech,:maple,bass
place of beginning; contni4ing two hundred; wood, clip and' a portion-of hemlock easily
and twelve acres and one tenth of an acre, Ibe,i converted into larnber,thero being a good
the sane more or less, beink -part of Warrant saw,mill at the forks; and the stream running
No. 4020, about two acresy of which are qa-1 through the farin 'being of sufficient capacity
proved, with one log house! nod onelog barn to float logs to; the mill. ::Situatiein 3 miles
I !west of Suralerlinville, .and 7 miles east of
Seized, taken in execution, and-to be sold'as ' LewisVille:'
the property of •A. F. Bostv The: farm contains 143 acme, of which about
ALSO—Cerain real estate situate in Gen - 7 60 flexes flip under' improvement; the soil is
esee township; Potter Co., ;1 3 a:, bounded and , good, mostly seeded down - to grass, and the
described as fol l ows ; Beaming at a Beech [farm is especially adapted for a dairy or stock
[the S. W. corner thereof and a corner of lot! farm, there being a water-power churn erect-
Nos. 1- k 2 of Bingham lads in Allegany. d; 1 ed in the house. An, orchard embracing 40
'Genesee Townships theme by line of lot No.lsmall tipple tree.4,'a dozeabearing plumb trees,
1 N i" E 140 perchesto aost, theft:a:east:B2 and twO go i od - sugar orchards; land generally
perches to a
. poit, thence si
nth 104.6 perches i let-el, and tvell watered titspringS. . For,tirms,
-to a post; thence south 138qi E 86'perches te'lL I WI
personally or by letter to •!.! - -t, ,
I post in west line of lOiNn.4 itt Allegany Tp., i - - 1. i • f. R. Ices,
1 thence.S 1' W by line of siild lot 0.2 perelics ;, - ' WeStPilre.P. a., Pottei Co., Pe.
to a rqt.in north line of It No. 5 convey,ed 1 'Feb. 1, 13G0.- , 21:3t. . I
A - , .
to David Rossi thence' north .89/P west 87;7
perches to a post in the east line of,lot No. 2
in Allegany Tp., .thence north 26.3 perches to
a post, thence west 14 line *of said let 81.1
perches to the,place of beginning; containing
ninely-nine acres and nine-tenths, "with en al
lowance of sit per cent. &c. being. lot N0."340f
the Bingham lands - in.Allegany & Genesee
Townships, Potter GO., Pa., and part - of War
ranttio. 1874, abotit 40 acres of which are im
Troved, with one frame house, one frime barn
arid some fruit trees thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
'the property of Charles Coats. - _
ALSO 7 -L! No. 63 of the allotment of lands
•in Genesee township, Potter Co., Pa., Bound
ed north by State Line, east by unseated lands
and lot No. 61, south bylots Nos. 61 & 62, and
west by lands late ,of Silas Billings; contain
ing 100.3 acres With an allowance of six per
cent. &c., about 40 hens of which are iniprov
l•ed, with ote frame house thereon.—ALSO—
i Lot No.. 57 of said allotment in said Township,
Bonndedmarth by lairds late of Silas Billings,
Decd. and lot No. 02, east by lot No. 59; south
1 by lot No
. 55, and west by lot No. 50 =Anta
in, 57 . 7 acres and an allowance of ; six per .
Cent. &c., of which about ten acres are tm
' proved, with one saw-mill, ono frame barn.
two board F. hautaq, and same fruit trees there-
Seized, taken in execution, and toiiba sold as
We property of John Billings.
I WM. F. BURT, Sheriff:
Coudersport, Jan. 25,1860.
GEO.].•T. WARRE N,
Manufacturer of end Dealer in
• i -
WHOLES:4'E AND RET:kIL,
Nraiu-Street, nearly opposite Baldwin Bros.,
WELLBY,ILLE, N. Y..
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT !
MT es MOE
.Main Street, (nearly opposite Baldwin
cL• Bros.' Grocery.) Wellsville, Alle
ghiry Co., IV. Y.
BOOTS AND SHOESCHEAPER T4WEVER!
THE Proprietor of the above establishment
having just returned from New York with
a large and splendid stock of
tat Der, ffintrings, &e„
now otiering.the same at prices much lower.
au they have ever before been offered
Owing to his superior advantages• in N. Y.
City, he is enabled to purchase goods at much
lower rates than other houses in the same tine.
Having an Agent, in the market in New York
City, he is enabled from time to.time to take
advantag,e of the rise and fall of the market,
and thus obtain goods at very low figures.
• It is only necessary so call, to be cousineed
of the above thcts. -
Strict attention paid to orders.
A call is respectfully solicited.
Wells ills, Jan. 20, 180.-24._
Our Musical Friend.
"OUR _MUSICAL FRIEND," a Rare Com
panion fur tne Winter Months.
Every Pianist, Should procure this
Every Singer, weekly Publication
Every Teacher, of Vocal and Piano
E very PupiForte Music, costing
tuuteur, but 10 CENTS a
number, and pronounced by
.the entire Press
• of the Country, to be
"THE BEST AND CHEAPEST WORK OF
THE KIND IN THE WORLD."
Twelve full-sited Pales of Vocal 9.n4
Piano Forte Music run 10 CENTS
Yearly, ;3 $2.30 ; Quarterly,
Slib , cribe to " : 0(11 Musical Friend," or or
der IL from the nearest Newsdealer, and you
wits 1-a•.!e Music enough for your entire family
:ttid at insignificant cost; and if you want
Mul:le for the Flute, Violin, Cornet, Clarionet,
Aqordion, etc., etc., subscribe to the
containink I'2 pages;dosting only
.12 Cents a Number; Yearly, $2.50; Half-
' All the Back Numbers at 10 cts.,.and &land
Volumes, containin,g 17 Numbers, at V 2.50
i each , constantly-on hand.
O. B. SEYMOUR k CO.,
IU7 Nassau St., New York.
MITE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist
-1 ing• between the undersigned under the
firm of CANFIELD & LOitD. is ibis day
solvrd by Mutual consent. The books and
,accounts of the late firm have been transfer
; eti to Ira Canfield, for ssttleutent.
Terms Cash Only.
raps( *mid!: -1:-
QUAKER 'CITY PUBLISHM•seuut
ENLARGED AND REVISED—Xow
READY FOR DISTRIBUTION. -
Superior Indnoements to the Pablia! •
Star A new and sure, plan" for obtaiiskeir
GOLD and" SILVER WATCHES, and Ohm
valuable Prized. Full-particulars given in
Catalogues, which will ,be - sent free to itli*
on application., - ,
Valuable Gifts, worth, from:so eta. is $lO4
GUARANTEED, to , each purchaser. $1,0,0110
in Gills has bt'en distributed:to lir, patron*
within the past six months-$150,000 to 'bed*.
tributed during the'nest sir months. _° . •
. The inducements offered Agents are m
liberal than those. cif any other house * Moo
business. • • -
Haring-been in the Palish - in and Beiliiiat.
ling bu.sinesit for Outlast eight . years, lay el*
ptrience enables me to conduct the Gift Ilts
terprise with the greatest satisfaction tO
ZieW" AGENTS WANTED in. evert ;sera
and County. ' •
- For full particularsft&Tress
DUANE RIILISON, -
Quakeru City Publishing Hone* .
33 South Third Street,
B. S. COLWELL,
• • -
FEED, FISH, PORK
ANY OMEN MERCHANT CAN SELL FOR .
and will take in payment all kinds of good
I will also Pay Cash for LUMSER.
Also, will pay the highest going prices !Si
CASH FOR WOOL.
IS_ Store in the building formerly oeckti
pied by L. F. Maynard—TlL E PEOPLE'S CASE
STORE now, more than ever before.
Counzaseonv, June 22 -1359.-4i-emo. •
D. L. & M. 11. DANIELS_
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
of all descriptions that pertain tb . Ladies' and
M ERINOES . , . .
• BROCEIE SIT:‘,WLS, • '
A LLAVOOL DELAINES,
In fact, everything tike. Also,.
BEAVER . -CLOTH,
• V ESTINGS,-
SHIRT MARSEILLES, •
SHEETINGS, Etc., Etc, ' •-•-
And this day received, a fall assortment of
at wliblesale or retail. PORK, CORN, BUCK
WHEAT, BEANS. OATS and POTATOES for
sale. Just received, 20 kegs NAILS,. - a good
BOOTS & SHOES, -
HATS & CAPS, •
nod CROCKERY. •Also, all kinds of BOOKS
used in. the County. S f ATIONERY, VALEN
TINES, se.—and on all. we shall charge pia
K. R.—Cash Paid fur iIW S, PELTS anti
Ulysses. Jan. 23, 1 . 860.-20 .
!AVE:I JUST IIECEIVED
a full and c.ornplete.assortmen'tvt
FALL and WINTER
Which they will tell cheap as cat be bought
n the county. Also, a good stock of -- •
C R 0 OE
They :ell for 11.1-IApY PAY only, and con
sequently eau afford to sell for
than usual, not being obliged to make up for
losses on bad 4kbts. • -.
All who wish to get the -* .
WORTH OF .THEIR
will please give us a call. , -
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
TAKEN AT A GOOD PRIGS
N. B.—Wc carry on the lingoes& of
as usual, at the old stand of B. LEWiS, wham
all kinds of
'blazing and Repairing •
will be done, from Mill TrOns to a pair of
Tongs, or a Chain Link. Gmid and careful
HORSE - StIOERS-
will attend to that branch of the business
LARRABEE, Sc CO.
Lewisville, Nov. 5, 1859.-11t27*.
WHEREAS letters of adminstration osithO
estate of Isaac Dams, lite of Bingham
township, Potter county, deceased, have been
gianted to the nudersigued, all persona In.
debted to said estate are requested to. mats
immediate payment; and thostihaving claims
against the same will present thorn, duly au.
thenticated, for settlement. •
Bingham, Jan 9,.1860,-18t23*.