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TTENTION, FAITHFUL SOLDIERS,
WHO HASE. BEEN. HONORABLY DISCHARGED.
YOUR COUNTRY OFFERS You -DISTINCTION.
PROVOST MARSHAL GENERAL'S OFFICE,
WASHINGTON, D. C. June 11,1863.
NOTICE,--The following will be published
e.g a hand=bill •or notice, by every District
ProVost Marshal; with such , alterations as he
may think particularly suited to his district.
The object being to hasten and encourage en
listments in the Invalid Uorps.
JAMES B. FRY,
Provost Marshal General.
MEN WANTED FOR THE INVALID CORPS.
Only those faithful ' soldiers who, from
wounds or the hardships of war, are no long
er fit for field duty will be received in this
orps of Honor. Enlistments/will be for
three yeais unless sooner discharged. Pay
and allowances same as for officers and men
of the United States Infantry; except that no
premiums or. bounty for enlistment will be
allowed. This will not invalidate any pen
brOni or bOunties which may We duo for pre
The following uniform has been adopted
for officers'and men of the Invalid Corps:
• FOR OFFICERS : Frock coat of sky blue
! cloth;.with dark blue velvet collar and cuffs;
dn all other respects; according to the present
iattern for officers of infantry.
Shoulder straps—According to present reg
ulations, but worked on dark blue velvet.
Pantaloons—Of sky-blue cloth, with doub
de stripe of dark blue cloth down the outer
eticli stripe one half.inch wide, with'
.space between of three-etglits of an inch.
Forage cap—Present regulation.
For ENLISTED MEN.—Jacket of sky blue
4 - ruby, with dark blue trimmings, cut like
eavaliy jacket, to come well down on the
Trowsers—Present regulation, sky blue.
Forage cap—Present regulation.
Men who aro still in service and unable to"
p . 6rform effective field duty, may be transferr
ed, to this corps.
Medical Inspectors, Surgeons in charge of
Hospitals, - Military ComManders, and all oth
ers having authority td discharge, under ex
isting laws and regulations, are forbidden to
grant discharges to any men under their'con
-_ trol who may, be fit for service in the Invalid
For the convenience of service, the men
Ivi)/ be selected for three different grades of
• , duty. Those who are most efficient and (thic
k bodied, and capable of performing duty etc.,
etc., will be armed with muskets, and assign
ed to companies of the First Battallion.—
Those of the next degree of efficiency, includ
ing those who have lost a hand - or an' arm,
- and the least effective, including those. who
lave lost a foot or a leg, to the companies of
the Second or Third Battalhons ; they will be
armed with swords.
The duties will be chiefly to act as provost
guards and garrisons for cities; guards for
hospitals and other public buildings; and as
clerks, orderlies, etc. If found necessary
they May be assigned to forts etc.
Acting Assistant Provost Marshals General
:are authorized to appoint Officers of the .Reg
minx Service, or of the Invalid Corps, to ad
:minister the oath of enlistment to those men
who have completely fulfilled the prescribed
•comlitions ofiadmission to the Invalid Corps,
1. That the applicant, is unfit for service in
• the field,'
2. That he is fit for the duties, or some of
them, indicated above.
' 3.. That if not now in the service, he was
4. That he is meritorious and deserving.
- For enlistment or further information apply
to the Board of Enrollment for the district in
'which the applicani is a resident,
Capt. W. W. WHITE, .
• • • Provpst Marshal, 18th District, Pa.
PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
Williamsport,June l 7, lB63 .
• M. W. McALARNEY,
Provost Marshal for Potter Co.
Coudersport, Pa., July 20, 1863
I' , l El
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Fearing the REBELS will capture my stock
a3f - Goods - and pay only in CONFEDERATE
Scrip, I have concluded to
"Cheaper than Dirt."
All my choice slock of
BOOTS t SHOES,
- . CROCKERY
HATS & CAPS, •
SCHOOL BOOKS, &c
w r 6
0 E 4 .v w
0 E. a
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• LUCIEN BIRD
Brookland, Pa., Juno 25, 1663.
NEW JERSEY LANDS FOR SALE, Also,
Garden or Fruit Farms,
Suitable for Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Rasp
berries, Strawberries, Blackberries, Currants,
_ Vic., Orl, 2i, 5, 10, or , 20 acres each, at the
following' prides for the present, viz 20 acres
for $2OO, 10 acres for $llO, 5 acres for Sixty
DoMim i . * acres for Forty Dollars, 1 acre for
Twenty Dollars. - Payable by one I dollar a
. Also, good Cranberry lands, and village lots
1n CRETWOOD, 25 by 100 feet, at Ten Dollars
each : payable by one dollar a week. The
above land and' farms, are situated at Chet
wood, Washington Township, Burlington Co.,
New Jersey. For further information, apply,
with a P. 0. Stamp, for a Circular, to
"B. FRANKLIN CLARK, •
No. 00 Cedar Street, New York; N. Y. tr
NOTICE is hereby given that letters execu- -
tore on the last will and testament of
POLLY YANDARWARKA, late of Roulet Tp,
Potter county,dec'd, have this day been grant
ed to the undersigned by the Register of said
county., All persons indebted to said desce
dent willplease make payment and those hay
ing - claims, will present them duly authentica
ted for settlement. ORRLN R. WEBB.
Roulet, July 13, 1863.
A 'SOAP Question Settled! Inquire at
Subscribe for the Journal !
YOUNG I AMERICA AHEAD I I
OLD VIEU I OA IMUMt.
1011AVING entered into a Co-Partnership are
11 prepared to furnish all goods in their
line at • • •
They keep constantly on hand a large and
well selected assortment of
BROWN, LIGHT BROWN, AND
RIO, JAVA, UNION, RYE, the., tht
m i 0.4
FLOUR, by the Barrel, Half
Buckwheat Flour by the Sack
In fact, everything kept. in a good Grocery
Store. PRODUCE; taken in exchange and
CASH not refused.
411 Goods Delivered within the Borough,
N. M. GLASSMIRE,
Coudersport, April 6, 1863
Very Best Quality.
Barrel, and Sack.
Feed the Hundred.
FREE OF CHARGE
G. W. COLWELL
PENSIONS. BOUNTIES. BACK PAY, WAR CLAIMS.
AND CLAIMS FOR INDEMNITY.
Stevciart, Stevens & Co.,
Attorneys-at-Law and Solicitors
• ALL KINDS OF MILITARY CLAIMS, -
411 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C.
. • .
This firm, having a thorough knowledge of
the Pension business, and being familiar with
the practice in all the Departments of Govern
ment, believe that they can afford greater fa
cilities to Pension,bounty and'other Clainiants,
for the prompt and successful accomplishment
of business entrusted,to them, than any other
firm in Washington. They, esire to secure
such an amount of this business as will enable
them to execute the' business for each claimant
very cheaply, and on the basis _of their pay
contingent upon their success in each case.
* * *Their charges will be Tot Dollars for .
Officers and Five Dollars for Privates,, for each
Pension, Bounty, or Back Pay ebtained; and
ten per cent. on amount of Claims for Military
Supplies, or Claims for Indemnity. .
* * *Soldiers enlisted since thelskof March,
1861, in any kind of service, Military, or Naval,
who are disabled by disease or wounds, are
entitled to Pensions. All' soldiers who strve
for two years, or during the war; should it
sooner close, will be entitled to $lOO Bounty.
Widows of soldiers who die or are killed, are
entitled to $lOO bounty. if therebe no widow
then the minor children.; then the father, mo
ther, sisters, or brothers are entitled as above.
Washington, D. C., 1862. -
* * *Apply at our office, or to. our. Associate
at' Oswayo, Potter county, Pa.—JAKES H.
GRAVES, Esq., who has just returned from
Washington. D. C., and is supplied with all
the latest blanks issued under the late instrue
lions, and will fill them up for all who have
been so unfortunate as to require an applica
tion. Office in "Regulator Store "
Snuff& Tobacco Manufacturer,
And of the
16 and 18 Chambers St.,
(Formerly 42 Chatham Street, New York.)
Would call the attention of Dealers to the
articles of his manufacture, viz.;
Fine Rappee, Pure Virginia,' 1
Coarse Rappee, Nachitoches,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen
Scotch, ' Honey Dew Scotch,
High Toast Scotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch
Irish High Toast ; Fresh Scotch,
**Attention is called to the large reduc
tion in prices of Fine-Cut Chewing and Smok
ing Tobaccos, 'Which will be found Of a Supe
SMOKING. FINE CUT CHEWING. SMOKING.
Long, P.A.L., or plain. S.Jago,
No. 1, Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish,
No. 2, Sweet Scented Oronoco, Canaster,
Nos. 1 & - 2
Granulated. Tin Foil Cavendish.
N. B.—A circular of prices will be sent on
For Bats, ?dice, 'Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs, Moths
in Furs, Woolens, &c. Insects on Plants, Fowls,
Put up in 23c. 60c. and $l.OO Boxes, Bottles,
and Flasks, $3 and $5 sizes for Hotels, Public
" , Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
* * *Sold Wholesale in all large cities.
* * *Sold by all Druggists and Retailers every
** I I ! Beware ! ! I of all worthless imitations
***See that "Cosr..n's" name is on each Box,
Bottle and Flash, before you buy.
* * *Address ' Henry R. Costar,
* * *Prlncipal Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y.
* * *Sold by
P. A. SVIBBINS, & Co.,
Wholesale -& Retail Agents; Coudersport, Pa
P. A. STEBBINS & Co's.,
CORNER MAIN i• SECOND STREETS
W 0.0 L
W anted Immediately
C. S. E. A. JONES.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THEpartnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned under the firm name of
OLMSTED 43 - KELLY is this day dissolVed by
mutual consent. Persons who have unsettled
accounts with the late firm are requested to
settle with H. J. Olmsted to whom all
due the firm will be paid.
The business, will be conducted - by H. J.
OLMSTED, who has purchased the entire in
terest of his late partner, and who solicits a
continuance of the public patronage.
S. D. KELLY,-
H. J. OLMSTED.
Coudersport, Pa. ; - July 7, 1863
11 9 000
C, i'Vat .
Continuo_ epal k . . ATCHEB And
JEWELRY inCandniaport, and lceeria ,con
stantly on Band. and for' gale a good assort
ment•of • " 1
010Cka, , , - _ ;
1 • . Via,tiches,"and,
the 'very Able, - •
PLATED WARE; • SPEOTAOLES,
VIOLIN STRINGS, REVOLVERS, ',ric
Also, a foil supply' of • '
' • Fishing Tackle _-
which he is selling at the loWest prices for'
cash. Every article sold warranted to be as
Shop on Main Street, two doors north of
P. A. Stebbins & Co's Store, at the sign of the
' . " Big Watch,"-*
',OLMSTED se' -KELLY'S
I.7TORE can always. be found the best of
Also, TIN and SEIET-IRON WARE, POTS,.
KETTLES, SPIDERS; SCOTCH 'BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. Also , • . I
Such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
THEIR WORK _
is well made and the material good. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the•County—Terms easy. _ Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
Store pn Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1859.-50
f atn ADP 1 •
/SAE untlersigned would respectfully inform
I the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by. John
S. Mann - where he is prepared to do
All irinds of Harness Work
on the shortest notice.
,„ LONG STRAW COLLARS,
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a superior article, and need but a trial to
insure their success.
- - -
Repairing done in good .style. •
Surcingles,. Martingale-rings, flames, and
Hame•straps, &c., kept constantly on hand.
The public are invited to call andexamine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
S. P. MINAS.
Coederspcirt Oct. 16th, 1860.
20 per cent. Saved
in buying your
P. A. Stebbins & Co.
Coudersport, Pa'., June 22, 1863
Cotton is IDown!
I am now supplied with a FULL STOCK
OF GOODS at •
Ify• assortment' is Good; consisting ' f my
usual variety of'.. - • •
BOOTS & SHOES,
. GROCERIE S
PROVISIONS, , .
&c., &c.; and remember thatt am not to
D. E. OLMSTED,
June 1; 1863
IFITHEREAS, letters of administration on
v v the estate of ADAM YOHE, late of Ab
bott township, potter entity t , deed; have been
granted to themadersignecl,all persons indebt
ed to said estate are 'requested to make imme
diate payment and those having elairias against
the same will present them duly authenicated
to the subscribers. , '
• N. J. MILLS,
ELIZABETH YOU, jrAdmsro,
Abbott, July 15 ) .1863. •
, 1 1 • '
FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA,
LUMBAGO, sitniT NECK AND JOINTS,
SPAINS, BRUISES, WOUNDS AND
CUTS, ,PILES,I HEADACHE,
• AND ALL'RHEBMATIC AND
' . liERN.OUS DISORDERS.
I I •
For - all of whichlt is a speedy and certain
remedy, and never fails.: This Liniment is
prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
Sweet, of Connetticut,' the famous bone set
ter, and has• - be n used in his practice for
more than twent y ,• years with the most aston
ishing success. '
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN, it is un
rivaled by any preparation before the public,
of which the Most skeptical may be con
vinced by a singetrial.
This Liniment will cure - rapidly and radi
cally, Rheumatic Disorders of every kind, and
in thousands of eases where. it has been used
It has never been known to fail.
FOR NEI:MALT .A, at afford. immedi
ate relief in every case, however distressing.
It will relieve' the worst cases of HEAD
ACHE in three . Minutes and is warranted 10
do it. .
TOOTHACHE also it will cure instantly.
FOB NERVOITS DEBILITY AND GEN
ERAL LASSITTIDE arising from imprudence
or excess, this Liniment is a most happy and
unfailing remedy. *tin t ; directly upon the
nervous tissues, it strengthens. and revivifies
the system, and restores it to elasticity and
vigor. • I
FOR PILES.- 7 - 1 As an external remedy.
claim that it is he - hew k nown, and we
lenge the world to produce an equal. Every
victim of this istressing complaint should
give it a trial, for' it *ill not fail to afford
immediate relic , and in a majority of cases
will effect a radical cure.
' QUINSY AND SORE THROAT are some
times extremely malignant and dangerous,
but a timely apilicatiOn of this Liniment will
never fail to carp.
SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate,
and enlargement of the joints is liable to
occur if neglected. the worst cases may be
conquered by this Liniment in two or three
'. BRUISES, . CUTS, WOUNDS,-. SORES,
ULCERS, BURNS AND SCALDS, yield read
ily to the wonderful healing properties of DR.
SWEET'S INFALLIBLE; LINIMENT, when
used according to directions. Also, CHIL-
BLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND INSECT,
BITES AND H'ILNGS. 1 ,
Dr, Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, the Great
Natural Bone S , tter. i
Dr. Stephen weet, bf Connecticut, is known
all over the *United States. •
Dr. Stephen Sweet, Of Connecticut, Is the au
thor of "Dr. I
Sweet's Infallible Liniment."
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Rheu
matism and neVer fails.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is a certain
remedy for Neuralgia.
Dr. Sweet's li;ifallibte Liniment Cures Burns
and Scalds immediately.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is the best
known remedy for 'Sprains and Bruises,
Dr. Sweet's infallible Liniment Cures Head
ache immediately aria was never known to fail.
Dr. Sweet's Infallibl i e Liniment Affords imme
diate relief for Piles, and seldom fails to mire.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Tooth
ache in one minute.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Cuts
and Wounds iMmedietely and leaves no scar.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is _the best',
remedy fin. Sores in the:known world.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Has been used
by more than a million people., • and all
praise it. I
f Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Taken inter
nally cures Coli j c,Choiera Morb us and Cholera.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Is-truly' a
"friend in ne and every family should
have it at hand,
Dr. Sweet's Liniment Is for sale by
all Druggists. I Price 25 and 50 cents.
1,---- • ,
A Friend in Need. Try it.
DR. SWNJET'S INFALLIBLE `LINIMEQIT,
as an external remedy, is without a rival, and
will alleviate pain more Speedily than any
other preparation. For all Rheumatic and
Nervous Disorders it is truly infallible, and
as ,a curative I for Sores, Wounds, Sprains
Bruises, B:c., its soothing, healing and pow
erful strengthrling properties, excite the just
wonder 'and- astonishment of all who have
ever given it la trial: Over One thousand
certificates of remarkable cures performed by
it within the lastltwayears, attest the fact.
To Horse Owners 1
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE I LINIMENT
FOR - HORSES' is unrivalled by any, and in
all cases of Lamenebs arising from Sprains,
Bruises or WienchiUg, its effect is magical
and certain. I. Harriess or Saddle Gall's,
Scratches,- Menge, it will also cure.
speedily. SpS.vin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented and cured in their incipient
stages, but confirmed cases are beyond the
possibility of a RADICAL CURE. No case of the
kind, however, is so desperate or hopeless
but it may be alleViated by this Liniment,
and its faithful application will always . re
move the'Laineiress,land enable the horses to
travel with comparative ease.
Eirery Horse , Owner
should have this remedy at hand, for its
timely use at 'the first appearance of Lame
ness wilteffectuallylprevent Ora; formidable
diseases, to which all horses are liable, and
which render so many otherwise ,valuable
horses nearly worthless.
INFALLIBLE,_ ial NI ME NT,
'And thousands have found it truly,
A 'Friend In Need!
CAUTION.—To avoid imposition, observe,
. and Likeness of Dr. Stephen
Sweet on every label, Az also "Stephen Sweet's
Infallible Liniment!' blown in the glass- of
each bottle, without which none are genuine.
RICHARDSON .j• CO.
Sole Pioprietors, Norwich, Ct.
MORGAN Si ALLEN, General Agents,
46 Cliff Street, New York.
all dealers everywhere. al6
* * *Sold
A Joint Resolution propormlitactin
Aniendnienteto the' ConAtutiol•LFt
E it resolved by the Senate an.d.House oil
'.l...ll..Representatives , of thri. , Commenweikli
of. Pennaylvinia'in General' . Assent - liltAqt,-
That the following amendments be iporcityi.
to' the Constitution of tlie Counitirtwbalth. itt
accordinee with the provisions, of the - our '
article thereof. • ' :.•
There - shall be an additional section to the'
third article of the Constitution, toiitlesi§..-
noted as section four, as,follows • ;1;!i . •••••-
"Sanyo:l.4. , Whenever any of, the pialia
electora of this C,onimonwealth shelf - to in
tiny actual military service; - Under a recinisi
tion from the Presidentcif - the United States,
or by ihe, authority of this Coiiimoritiealth,
=uch electors may exercise the.: right of suf
frage in all elections. by ; the citizens, ander
such regulations as are or shall be prescribed
by law as fully an . dilleetnally as if they' ere
present at their usual places of
There, shalt be 'two additional sections to
the, E leven tb article of the'Constittitiori;lo be
designated as sections eightand nine as fol
• "SEcTroir 8. No bill slialt . be nassed.hy. the
Legislature containing mbre thariotie 'subject,
which shall be clearly espressed intthe; title,
except appropriation bills. : '
"SECTION 9. 'No bill shall beittiase - ii,hy the
Legislature granting anyl poviers or privileges
in any, case where the au thority grantspch
poWers of privileges ha 4 been .ormay here
after be conferred upon; the Cents Of this
Commonwealth." JOHN vESSNA,.
Speakei the -Mins° of Representatives.
JOHN P. PENNY,
Speaker of the Sen,e.ti.
, Office of the Secretary, of the.common
- • , wealth, Harrisburg, July 1, 186?; j
PENNSYLVANIA, SS: I •• : .• •
I do hereby certify thit.thefor:egoing
is and annexed is a full, true and : correct
of •the original Joint ,Resolution
of the General Assembly; a titled. " A:Joint
Resolution proposing certai Amendments to
the Constintion," as the ,s eremainsanfile
In this office. I •
In Testimony Whereof I have berentito set
my hand, and caused the seal of the Se-creta
ry's office to be affixed, the day and year
above written I ELI. SLIFER, ,
Secretary or ttie Comaiortimalth
The Buffalo Mercantile College
CORNER OF MAIN AND SENECA STREETS;
Is an important link in the INTERNATION
AL CHAIN of Colleges, located in , 1
NEW YORK CITY, PHILADELPHIA,
BROOKLYN, ALBANY,: '• ;
TORONTO, • PROVIDENCE,
PORTLAND, SAINT LOUIS.
A Scholarship issued from the Huffalo.Col
lege, entitles the holder Ito attend either or all
the Colleges for an unliMited time..
The Design of these Institutions,ia to impart
to young men and latiies, a thorough, practi
cal business education.
In this department students receive thorn'
instruction in the runiMents of Pennisinihip,
. Here the student buys and sells Merchan
dise, Stocks. Real 'Estate, Sze., as in ;actual
business. Two Eanks have been. established
in this department, which enables the student
to deposit his cash, get his paper discounted,
and transact all business inciciebta to -a gen
students maybecome good opertitors.here
n a short time. t
The Spencerian System of Penmanship, is
taught by competent and experienced teachers
Scholarship, payable in advance, $4O.
College open day aid evening :;no vnantions
Resident Principal at,43uffalo, J. C. BRYANT.
For farther • information, please, call, tit. the
College rooms, or send for Catalogue and Cir
cular enclosing letter stamp. Address
BRYAIiT & STRATTON, :
Buffalo, N. Y,
FOR "SALE. •
THE subscriber offers the whole of tha foi
low ing, described tracts of land at private
sale. The property will. be sold in a body or
in separate tracts, as purchrisers may'desire.
It is in one of the finest lumbering. and farm
ing districts of this or adjoining corintiei,and
will be sold at a very-.reasonable price.
No. 1. A tract of Two Hundred and Six
acres, Sixty acres of which are improved,
bounded by lands of Martin Bartronillensleys,
Horton, and the • Sinnemahoning,creek,
which are erected one•,Frame House one
Frame Barn, one Frame Shed, Apple . .ieich,
Pear, and Plum Trees, arid also wfing• 165 of
Pine, Oak and Hemlock Tirritier.•; , A , Spring
at the door, and the ginnemahonipg, and East
Fork of the First Fork creeks running through
it. Situate in Wharton township.
• _ . . ,
No. 2. One - Hundred and Twenty-Five
acres of Timber land, situate uti the.NelSon
run in Wharton township'.
No. 3. Also Sixty-Seven Acres•of
Land up Hunter run,, adjoining Smith. Ben%
.about Two-acres of-which, are improved n en
which are erected one Log . House, situate in
Wharton township. ' " -
No. 4. • One other lot of TimberLana4on
taining Seventy-Six acres, up Bensleya Hollow
in Wharton township... _
No. 5. One other lot of Timber Land i eun-
Mining One Hundred and Fifty AereS;Sittrate
up Vag Hollow, on which are- . erected one
Frame House and one Lo r g House, with gar
den and-two or three fine: springs of water, in
Wbarton township.. . . , -
No. 6. He will also sell the unditridellbalf
of a tract of Four acre.,Of landi-bOunded by
lands of Jos. L. Nelsorr.nnd -the- sinnemaho
fling creek, on which are - erected one fine large
WATER SAW-MILL, known as
: the "Card
Mill,'! and also a Dwelling Holuse,situate in
He will 'also sell the-following-persoitaipre
petty, to wit :• :One Span -of sHorses,tWagon,
One Sleigh, Four :Cows. :Seven: Yearlings,
Seven Calves. JAMES BARTEPi.
- Wharton, June 11,1860' .
n WKS lfoll SCE OM DIRECTORS t It
LP is required by the School:Law:that an
annual statement of the school famds he made
ont, and ten written or printed handTbills of
this statement be pasted np in th& district.
* * *,Wi hare lately printed. .a lei - of hiatiks
suitabpurpose._fofthis purse._ Cal and get
a stock. , . ,
41 - lINT'9.BLOOWIDY.ROSES ,-, ifori:th e
dies,—at . " STRUM'