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TEE POTTER UOtiNTIf JOURNAL
Canderettert, *relines' fay E;ealeg. Sept. 2S, 1353.
:,j, ai: aiid General:
lifit..Guid is 34 cts:Preir;inai in New Vick.
rTbsitki to. Hon James - T. I:Islet - 0i cal
:Amble public documents..
.Berp, is thought that the cars will be
running toShippen about the Ist of October.
. . - . .
IM.Couil.' Is in sessiofi this week: The
proceedings will be published in our next
' . .
leir"Fteroal vigilance is the prict of tb
tityl" Earnest and Bntrgetic. labor is the
price of victori.
Mahe Pamphlet Laws of 1863, have been
received at the Protbonotary's Office for dis
tribution among those entitled.
lericurnbers,lB inches long have been
picked in the garden of Mr. Charles Reisman,
lle.Read the letter of Capt. Cheesbro and
then think how you are going to vote-k-for or
against the army.
Eton. Edgar Cowan, whom the Demo-
Trats were some time since claiming to be of
'their party, is out for Curtin & Agnew.
See the edvertisement of 'Hoofland's
Bitters, in another column. The firm offering
them for sale is one of our oldest and best.
tga.,We publish on the first pnge the let-
ter of President Lincoln—able and convinc
ing it needs no commendation at our hands.
•Ira„.We have been shown a fine head of
_millet s new kind—measuring 12 inches,
and filled with henry. even branches, crown
on the farm of Mr Cireiiel, in Homer.
. Jacob Peet, of Homer, brought ns
in this "ive• - ak the stem biz blackberry bush,
'one year's growth, measuring fifteen feet in
-length. Who can bezttit ?
1 Beaten! Mr.Julims Baker. of Hebron town
ship, beats the Homer stalk by about 6 inches,
jar• Mr. John Peet, of Allegany township,
this county. killed one day last week,*a. -cnip
mut.k" and in its mouth fou^d 307 'grains of
wheat.. Pretty big-month
c.Read the soldier's letters in another
-coluton.- They are the ones who hare most
severely' suffered in this keen r,ed war nod
their feeling: shimid be respected.
ger The finest pears +ie.lin•ve yet heard
of are on Judge Niles' farim. near Conderspmt
, nearly two hundred on quite a small
tree, and almost averagia& three inches iu
rLook to the Assessor's lbt. I See that
your own name -and the name.. of your neigh
bors are properly assessed. Retnernbc.r that
this must be 'done ten days' before the
;par Charle4ten has not vet been taken ;
:the seige i 3 progressing viprously, and we
will no doubt have obcasion, t eijy 'soon, to re
joice over the 'fall of the Head.of Treason.
May the day come speedily.
cßefore the drift took place it was said
by disloyal newspapers that all. the Demo
- crats had gone to the war. Since the draft
•tcok place it is said by disloyal newspapers
4hat none but - Democrats were drafted !
Dada. the Delegate Election in this place
last Friday we were glad to fee several hon
lest and conscientious UnioW-Democrats put
'themselves right upon the record. This is
.only one of ten thousand such cases through
out loyal Pennsylvania.
! gam? 31r. 'Seth Lewis, of tysses, in this
- county bas been appointed a Lieutenant in
(the Eighth Pennsylvania ( colored) Regirtent.
Autire, energetic, and intelligent, the ap
pointment is a good one, and v e can sde no
reason why Mr. Lewis should no Elate a good
fer The Equinoctial storm of last week did
vonsiderable damage to Railroad's, Canals...to.
The trains on the Erie Railway were detained
tweniy-fotir - hours. It reached from the far
West to Washington and dew York, doing con
ihieratrle damage to public improvements in
the Eastern Statei.
The greatest enthusiasra prevails
throughout the State over the nomination and
certain election of Andrew G. Curtin. The
only question asked is : "How large shall be
his majority ?" Let every loyal voter decide
for, himself by seeing to it that every voter is
at the polls and votes right.
' Ital‘Only four weeks more and the people
'of Pentisylvania will decide .vhether they are
.^to be ruled by a Loyal Y Man tir by a Copper
head and Traitor. Work I work! let every
'friend of a Free Government work I Get not
the 'voters I Let- none 'be overlooked ! Let
every man'consider himself a Vigilance Corn
'enittee of one to see the,: every loyal voter is
'inned and at the pone. ;
iparln tell i g en c e received from Tioga coon
_ tylArtcatelhat the Freedom majority of other
'day -300 b—kill ag:iin be given for Free
'dories candidates. Let Potter net be behind
her sister county. but let her hill-tops echo
:tind_l4-echo the glorious anthem. From all
hecticine of the county we hear that the loyal
Democra s are bound t, vote itgninit the 'lte
'ltiellion_--Treason and Secession will get very
little assistane from the people of Potter..
If h certain man tells. the truth, N L.
'Dike. of Shi'ppen, must, be a g6od polit
ical wire worker. A party of gentlemen were
in conversation a fe.W. days since, when one
'remarked that Denton Lad one good figurer
in the late Democratic County Convention. in
the person of N. L. Dike. Another gentle
linen, a good Democrat at that, replied by say
log, that Dike'fignred in Potter county until
ite.reducelL the Democratic vote trout a ma
jeirlty.of_4oo to Minority ofBoo , l Is that so
Dike? If io, liare a Better opinion cfyou
"than ever L . —McKean 3finer. —
Jzoitmi co- 1"
V7by:dco Demneratieja,•gi t sla-,nres and
illiovernors tet tke Soldiers tioy. so that wemay
lice which. party:: has filled -th'el ranks of ciir
`vonntey'Cllefenders? - Apd why: do the
die=s otlbese Stateiw.hich krre _enabled their
abldism .7- in- _camp, to : vote, „anitormli give
Stout:Vane votes- out eve_r, four to 4ur
aide? Will some one of th e liars vihomer
g bi - Ofiar.ea ample--prookin- claiming
gi• AP:44.irs as Pto•Shtvery Deinotrats?. at
ti*:.-to-anstver these goestio6s?—:Er. •
zorWe will dote tho candidates in
The receipti, last nigh't, at the
.Festivii for the benefit of the Hospital
Aid Stiele'ti.,:;iiitioilatedlo: almost 670.
Another will be given to-night for the
same pnrposq.if'lit- all "attendwho feel
disposed to assist in the•goud cause.
Rosecrans -his -had a se
vere battle with the Whets, near Chatta
nooga. One report gilVes the news of his
defeat, While another Would seem to indi
cate that lie.had agaii *hipped the Re;
bels. (Tens. Lougstreet, Hill, and John;
stop of the Petuniao Rebel . are reported
there. We will give 'full particulars in
Viir,it has beerliard that it was impos
sible to raise Apples in Potter county—
this assertion has been " knocked:ott the
head" Iby Commissioner Kilbourne. of
Pike township, who 'placed on our table
this week three Apples measuring twelve
inches in diameter, when placed side-by.
aide. , They are an even, solid, and well
formed fruit, and after sucdes like this it
were well'for our farmers to pay more at
tention to fruit growing.
Col. Gaies ofibe• 11. S. 'Army
Says that during his campaign in' Mexico be
would rather :retire to his couch without his
sword than a bottle of RADWArS READY
RELIEF.' It was the only medicine he used
thrurgir the Mexican campaign. Gen. J. Ho
bert Witid, of the _Army of the Potoniac. first
became aequaintec. with As virtues in Mexico.
and always kdyps hitt his temp:: Iu sudden
attacks of Dizirrlicett, Dyeentery, pain in the
bowels, head, stomach, or in cases of Rheu
matism, Yeur4lgia, or wounds, cuts. bruise?,
or Sore Throat, Infilenin, Hoarseness, &ad
way's Ready Relief cures itumediattely'. Let
none who viii e I enith and safety be without
it. Sold by all Druggists.
- At Germania, P 21.. ,Sept. 17. 1E133, by Da
rid t2,oilway, E-q. CHARLES HEY?. to
AUGCSTA FREfrAG,ahab of G:r~auia.
OTICE hereby given that learn: eietu'-
tory on the last will alit( testament of
A MBROriE COREY, late of Ulysses tywriship.
Potter county, deed. hare this day beeurg.ratit
ed to the undersigned by the Register of said
county. ! All hers a.s. indebted to said dece
dent please make p.iy m or and those har
ing claitps wil! tiresent them duly authentica
ted for settiement. SUSAN iItXREY.
Ulysses, Pa.; Sept. 2?.. 1563.
Elr GOODS at
NOtice to Drafted Men.
Tribe One for Drafted Mtn to appear•bas„
be4n extended as folloWA:
22nd:sub-district. September 26th.
23rd cub-district. S.eptetuber. 29th,
24th I.lb-district. Octobc'r Ist.
25th sub-district. October 2nd.
26th sub-district, October 3rd.
27th sob-district, Octooer 6:h.
fath•sub-di , trict, October Bth.
PO etER COUNTY.
29th sub-district, October 10th.
30th 'sub-district. October loth. •
31st sub-district, October 10th.
'32nd Isuh-di , trict, October 10th. '
2.. rd sub- district, OctoberlOth.
34th sub-district. October 10th.
,No Examinations can be held except . in accord
ance with the aLove order.
The Board of Enrollment mill be in session
Lily for the purpose of hearing cases of ex
emption and making examinations, at their
Ohre, from 9 o'clock. a. p].. until 12 m., and
- front 2 Ichlcick - p. m. until 3 o'clock p.m, to
I W. W. WHITE,
Capt. and Provost-Mart - hal.
I R. 11.1WLEY,
Commissioner of Board.
-J. H. DOBBIN,
Surgeon of Board.
Angust 21st, 1863. _ •
Dr. A. FRENCH'S
CELEBRATED TONIC BITTERS
aa RE becoming the most populai Medicine
1 in circulation for the cure of
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAtr.N
DICE. 'DEBILITY OF THE NERVOUS
_ SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS of the
STOMACH and DIGESTIVE ORGANS
It is also gaining a' great reputation in the
CURE OF DIPTHERIA.
Principal Office, Coudersport. Potter Co.,Pa.
Executor , * INOtict.
1000TICE is hereby given that letters execu
.ol tort on the last will and testatlient
HENRY - E. TUCKER. late of Allegady T'p,
Potter conuty,dec'd. have this daytieen grant
ed *to the undersigned by the Register of said
county All persons indebted to said dece
dent will please wake payment and tho. , e hav
ing claim= will' present them duly atithentica
ted for setee•ment.
A. F. RAYMOND, Rxecut:r
U1.73:75. Sept. 4. 1663
-ME t) the premises of the subscriber in
IL/ Hamer tokvn,diip. about three months
ago, one two tear ilct steer, a grizzly color,
and a two year old heifer. red'witlra white
and retl-spotted face; and about tw; Weeks
ago a- !white spotted heifer. short tail, t.nd
looks as thougii she gave milk. The owner
or owners -wt . :l:come forward. prove property
and take them , away; or they will be di4prised
of according to law. J011ts; LEONARD.
Homer. Sept. 7. -113t3.
Disimintioh of • Partnership
rEpar: nersh ip heretofore existing between
thp . nnderslottedlinder the firm name of
OLIISTED . &KECLY - is:
Mutual consent._ ,Tersoas _all'', have tios.ettled
accounts with the. late ftrai- are reque:te;i to
settle Rim H. J. Olinsted ft;Thom' all debts
due.the , firm frill he paid. - •• --
cniitrtii•ted li - f.11 ) .
OLMSTED: who:has inrelta.:edtht• en! xi' in.
terist of.his rt ne r. iiiid.wia.r"aaDZita 'a
continuance Of the ittialicii'atrittiTtie: - .: •-
•• • •c•• .8.-D- KELLY...
- . OLMSTED.
Condersport,'_Pa 1863 - - - -
01 , 3 1:4 'V.tRMIN--ricTERMINATOR, at/`tST.-trattmt-s'
A HIGHLY 4i6NCENTRAfED VEGETAitEIXTAeL
' Dr. Hooflayid * s
Drt IM jabksoa,
Chronic or Arerionsbebilite, Diseasrs'o)
the Kidneys, and all dist:uses: orieiug
from a disordered Liver oi s :iFlomoch,
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles. Fulnesd
orßlood to thellead.Acidity l of theSiomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Fcioo;Ful
ness or weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructation's, sinking orFlottering at
the Pit of the Stomach; S wit:Owing
of the finad; Hurried and DBE-
cult Breathing. Fluttering at the.Heart;Chok
ing or Suffocating sensations when. in a ly
ing po.stdre. Dimness rf .Vision; Dots or
• - Webs before the Sight. Fever and dull
Pain in . the.Heall.DeSciency of Per
• • sptratioii; Yelloychiss of the Skin
and EyeS.Pain.in the Side, Back,
Chest, Limb, Lt.; Sudden Flushes of Heat,
-Barbing in the Flesh, Constant Imagi- •
nings of Evil, and great Depressions •
140CiFLAND'S GERSIAIi 13ITTEM I
Are not a fie* and übtried article, but have
stood the test of fifteen years trial by the
American public ; and their reput4lob, and
sale, are not ricalectliy any similar
The proprietors hare thottsaddi of Letters
from the most eminent
CLERG-131EN. . . •
• PHYSICIANS. and -
Testifying of their own i:o-r5on:11 knowledge,
to the, beoedchil elects n nied;cal virtues of
We call the attention of Al h 1 , 1 +ti:bn4
or trietnis in the army to the I - WE ;tat -111/OE
LANLYS t;erin ui B.tters' trill cure u tie tetitas
of • the diseases induced try i!xp .-ores and
privations I'll:I./rill 10.CItulp itt e. LI the lists.
published almost daily in the newspapers on
the articitl of the sick. it a ill be noticed that
a very large pr, ip , ,rtiou are sulfe.ing Irmo d'e
,hility. Every vase of !hit kind catl.lie read
ily curd by . 11,n:timid's G. rai tit Bitters:—
D.seases ree•tilitinz from disoid-rs of the diges
tive organs are speedily retn,yed.. We hare
no itesitati. it, in, at tt:nt It if these Bitters
were freely used • ~ur stildi.a.s. bun
dreds of lives tuitzlit be that other
ise will be lost.
STEBBINS & CO'S
IVe p trtleal.tr Au,iatort follow•
ing remaik..ble w civic to cure
of cn.e of a .:;ou'. -4.. tsti,. -
u-e iiia c‘su brtn s...ed by
Ibe B.ttvrs :"
Ma , .sus sl . -
your ho has dared tuy
h.e. 'lll..se ::•• is this. ft is
vuthed fur b.: :,u —.7 . in, contr.:des:
some of at hose rm-= :tte'.1 , 11. , .••, , ied, and who
were fully ..irk7nmstinces
of ply ,'use. I . en for the I :st
four yo In. a • - es•LbrAte.l
b.tttery.' and u•o.::•:.
mand of Capt. R. Thr.mg.l4 the.
exposure ntteischcat , -.0..0 dates.
I was alt:itAied :St,r,-11!,er .nti :in
of the lungs, ah.i two
days - in the - hosplya. Tbf, %%a s'tbtl..sn b :
great debility, ',brightened by an
d;"•Eetitery. I was-then relnov,d fro:n e
White House, and sent to tnis ei;y .-n .d
toe Steamer —State of Maine:" fr.nn I
landed on the 28th of June: Sine-•
I have been.abont as loss as 4nt on.-c
and still retain a smirk of citilit,. F
week or_ more I was scarcely - alile to stv..lio ,
anything. and if I did force a morsel dust, it
was immediately throwii'UP again.
I could•not even keep a glass of *liter on
my'storgach. Life could no-last under Such
circumstances; and, accordingly the physi
cians who nad been working faithfully, tho'
unsuccessfully, to rescue me. froth the grasp
of the dread ,Archer, frankly told me they
could do, no more for.me„ and advised me to
see a clergyman; hnd to 'make' such disposi
tion of my limited funds as best suited me.'
An acquaintance who visited me at the hos
pital, Mr. Frederick Steinbton, of Sixth bOow
Arch• Street, advised me, as a forlorn hope,
to try' your Bitters, and kindly procured a
bottle. From the time - I commenced taking
.them the gloomy shadow of death receded,
and Ikm how. thank_ God for getting bet
ter. Though I bave taken but ttvo bottles, I
have gained tra pouods, and l feel satiguine
of being -ermitted to rejoin iuy wife and
daughter. from whom 1 have .beaM nothing
for eighteen months ; for. gentlemem.l am a
loyal Virginian, from the vicinity of Front,
Itayal. To your intalukble Bitters I ode the
certainty eflife which has taken the place of
vague fears—to your Bitters will I owe the
glorious Privilege of again clasping to my
bosom these who are dearest to me in life.
Very truly yours, ISAAC MALONE.
We fully concur in the truth of the above
statemthti is ice had deA atrNl of seeing► our
curnrade.6lr Malone. re,.tore.l to health.
See tuttgthe M JACKSON,•'
is on the WHAPP'EIt of cacti bottle: '
• p a r
Prict• Egixt!litl ft;dtity4;
or >tydir Hoz 410;
our Re f Ate,il liFg;i . 4l.(ii . liare the
d.! . not . ,. be .ILy I .1* e
Hermting-prepat:athytts - tmit its
piac.c'tidt.; E itia its; is •
reeuttly pitekrd: by rxpr..si .
OFFICE AND 11ANCFACYORY
-No 631 Arelt Slr4ar , t. •
.JONE.S & EVANS.
(SileVisiofs to C. It JA' ItSON A C 0.,)
.Faitsife 4:gtiliggisiinta . .Dialere in every
terA . n in the United tititee:
A' Pu.re Tonic;
ATTENTIOI. • SuLDIERS I
AND THE IFIIir;SUS OF SuLD:Ert.i
~.s **• 3, IS6
John eudrllebk, Is: York Battery:
Ge;:rge A. Ackley. Co
Lewis Checalkr. 92d New York.
lE. SpeacFr. la Aryl!, i34:,ery 17.
J. B. B. .?!:.
Henr: - . B. .Jerizaue. Co Et:
Heniy T. 11,cdoraili1 Co. C 6t.i 3LA4.
John F. Ward. CO. E. 5t . .
Hermati Koch. Co H. 72 i Y
tja; - F,. 9
Andrew, J.- Kitubo C..
John Jenkins. Co. B. 10V' P. n
BEWARE OF CO[ NIERFEI rs
A Certain Cuie foi'Paina and
warian* superior to any- other.. ..Crigmp it
positively cures ; relief is absidetteltalife
uitdiattly it is tilted. llotheivrensenitilithis,
and arm-yourselves with a bottle yrithotit de
lay. Croup is . a
. disease which - 'gives tin
notice, frequently attacking - the - Child in the
dead hour of night - ; before a physician can be
summoned it may be too late: Remember,
the Vrnitian Liniment neier'fails - Price 25
tint, 50 cents a bottle. 1 Sold bytallttirtggists.
pfEce, 55 purtlaiadt Street.. New :
rrHE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
1 of an Invalid. Published for the benefit,
and r.s a warning anm a caution to Young men
wtio suffcr from Wervotts' Debility. Premature
Decay of Manhood; erm&supplying at the same
time the means 'of self-Cure. .By one who has
cured himself after being4ht to great expecise
and injurythice Medical hutobng mid quackery
'By enclosing a post=paid addressed envelope
single copies may be had (if-the Eintithr...<-:
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. Esq..;
Bedford, Kings cor.ntp,N.
NEW JERSEY LANDS FOR SALE, Also l -
Garden on' Fruit Farms;
Suitable :Or DriapeS, Peaches, Pearb, Rasp
berries, Strawberries,; Blackberries: Cdrrents,
kc., of 1, 21, 5, 10, pr 20 acres each, at :the
fo.lowing prices for the present, viz : 20, acres
for $260, 10 acres for, $llO, 5 acres for Sixty
Dollars. 21 acres for Fatty Dollars, .1 acie, for
Twenty Dollars. Payal4e by one dbllsi a
Also. good Cranberry lands. and ciliate lota
in pHETWOOD, 25 by 100 feet, at Ten Dollars
each. payable by one dollar a iseek:.":The
above lurid and tams. are situated •ai Chet
wood, Washington Township. Surlikiton.Co.,
New Jersey. For. further information. apply,
with a P. 0. Stamp :or a Clrcular, to
B. -FRANKLIN CLARK,
No. 90 Cedar
.Street, New. York, N. Y..-
. PRICE CURRENT.
Corrected every Wednesday. by P. .
'BINS CO.. Rettil Dealer:silt rrrbceries
'and .ProvisTorrs, • .
opposite D. F. Glasiauire's Hottl;
Apples, green; 1;4 bash.,
do dried, . "
Beans. " is
Beeswax, V lb.,
Berries dried; ? quart
Butter ? lb.;
Corn Meal, per cwt..,
Eggs, doz ,
Flour, extra, bbl.;
do superfine ."
Honey, per lb.,
Maple Sugar. per 16., •
Pork, ? bbl.,.
. do -in whole hog. V
Potatoes, per bush.. ,
Peaches. dried, ?
Bye, per bush.,
Salt. I? tbl.,
do 14 sack, •
Trout, per 4 bbl.;
Wheat. 14 bosh.,
White-Fish, 12 l bbl.,
1863, . 1863..
I'IIILADELPIRIA AND ERIE
Th's great line-traverse:l Worthert / ned
S. , rthwe,st counties a l'ennsylvtiuiti to,tLe
el!‘ Lt Erie. on Like Erie.
It h...a..leen leased by the iberni;,yll;ania
•' rnad Compuny; and under. .their auspices
ra4 - 21..t1y opened liirsEglidat its entire
n use. for Passeng - r arid Freigii.t.
:ti1,131:11G to Driftwood 2nd .
on the Ea,tern Divi.ion,
n? :-.,tdicld to Erie, on the West..ern
TIME OP' PASSENGER TRALNS AT.DRIFTWOOD
E press maid 'arrives . • 2.10 Pr, SI.
i f Express train leaies crest 12.45 P.M.
Cars ,run through wintour CHANGE Von
yays on these trains beta eea, Philadelphia
qua Lock Haven and between Bahia:ore and
_Elegant Sleeping ,Cars on the Expr . ess . Train,
bbth ways between Williamsport and Bahl
mOre and Williamsport and Philadelpditi.
I For information resnecting Passen,geriinsi,
ness apply at the S. E. Cor. 11th and Ma't•ket
I Streets, •
And for Freight business of the Company's
Agents c ° _ „ • •
S. B. Kingston. Jr.; Cor. 13th and 3farket•
Sts • '
' W. Reynolds, Erie.
J. 11. Drill, Agent X. C. R R. Baltimore.
H. 13 ll9l7sros.
F-;;;;'.; Agt Pat i o.
LEIVEi ti • PZ :
'Jos. D. - P:. - r
Btif Ca l eB
ON and Later .11 m
diy. iiiylst 10.
„ • W1L1.114311 FLING
An excellerit -W - r-kamn.. atways riady tr)
work for such as Will pay when THE JOB IS
No credit siren unless - by special arrange
intlat with the proprietor. . . .
ASIIEL;jIIDES, Prr,difce, OLD C.AT'INGS.,
Dried 13-Nek Black sspbertiii. Couuty
• niers, Car.h, wetted.
Lt tnN 11111 D. Pra. - Kietor.
Broakl ititt; fo'ilutTly called Cushing
iugvilie. July, 1863.
the'ondersign diwimirl inform the peon].
• of 'r.ctter"anill - the aajoining i-otinties
that they are prepared to Dross Cloths
on short ailso say thfit they
hive - Mote than ordinary-facilities for Ftstea
Ctrs °Tall king. The folloi-ingare
some. of our prices: • ._
For Greve, once Shtaredind'folled, - 14cts.
For Colortrig, Shearing. and Pressing -full
cloth. from 2(1 . '0 25 eta. per yard.
Common finish, colored cloths, from ITto
2 I tts'. per yard. •• •• - ' •
WMlien's Wear, from - 12 to 16
=. 7 pertiins elin" bafe -
,their Cloth's tt i e,
Machine arid, rel*neti. -bl+-
them at Armstrong's Shoe Store In Corder.-1
port, - PERRY & HOLM S.
Perryville, Sett. 3. 1863: - '
• - STEBBBLV ' I
Oton is DovwliV
•• 1i.:.,d5z.1.r. ..,,:is:::' -
!I am now supplied with a FULL STOCK
My, also's:talent is GOod, consisting of my
r ual variety of.
. 1 • Cl4oiiiiNG;
VATS - ST SffOES;
, -.Lei, and remember that I am not 10
WUOL WANTER •
D. E. OLAISTED;
Fearing the REBELS will capture my stoat .
,f Godds and pay only in CONFF.DERATE
.crip, I t have concluded to
-7 - - - - -SELL OUT'
"Cheaper than Dirt. , ' •
h rip Chnice - slocls: of
RY GOODS,' -. • .
,$37; to 75
1 50 200
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17 CG 1300
Brookland, Pa.. June 25, 1861. ,
subscriber respectfully announces to
ii. the citians of Coudersport and vicinity
that he has opened a Gallery opposite Glass
flake's Hotel; where he will r-main for a short
time and be prepared at all hours of, the day
and alpinds of weather, to take good Photo-
21, aphs, Nie:ographs; .Melairiotypes, Ambro,
t. pes, &c., that for beauty, durability. and
n ituralness of, espresidon l cannot be meelled.
is ores inserted in tocets, Pins. &p., with
n atnesjs and -despatch.. .Views of Houses,'
Epenbry,Public Buildings, &0., taken in a neat
and satisfactory manner. Particular atten
tilcn elven to copying. No 7 is the time EA
all to procure good and durable - Pict:l? - 6' of
themselves and friecds. Come one and all,
!l i la- that you hare an opportunity, and defer
it not yMtil it is too - late. Persons desiring a
gaod Likeness, v,-11l do well to . call immedi
a •ely, with all
Of whom they fond'esmi)tion cherish.
And secure the shadow ere the substance
• 5 7
88 1 00
2 - .50 I; 50
4 50% . 5 00
1 00 - .-1 25
For alshort time'only: C 9.11
'W ILLARD CARREL
Iconsequence of a "Notice" in your paper
of August 26th, signed by a certakWat.
P4lsTrte. Lsupposed to be Wm. Radde. the Su
perintendent and Cashier of the Pmnzylvanta
nd and Farm Association'owning their ?ands
i this County ;I, Charles Bushor, now of this
c :intr . , loffer the following property for sale.
g nrainteeing an urdispntable and warranted
title to I.lie , whole cr any part or fraction
IA criain tract of land near the Germania
Mill in Warrant •No. 5075, Abbott tawnship,
Pdater ~M., Pa., containinz 100. acres. Also,
alacrei' in warrant No. 5078, adjoining the
ore. . .., .
IA cert?in tract of land Witii mill and im
provements thereon, near %mile. Creek in
w arrant No 5819. Stewartson townsh . p, octa
l:lining: abbot 2.04 acres. ; Also, warrant No.
2501 Glines township; Tierra county, on the
road lerding: from Germania to •Gaines, con
Also. several full warrants in the townships
ofkJack F - 44. West Branch. Abbot, and Stew-.
alson, in Pater _county. '
I I MA'S BUSHOR.
Gtrmaitia, Potter Co.. Pa . Aug.:1.'6,180:- ',
. I . , _
Notice.. i Dry Goodsfrom Iron H • °plover Messrs,
' ;Cladlin; Mellon & co,
.New 'ark; !into;rgv . ,:,
Gr.allArLl, Polier'Co. i . .-Pa . .., A ng..- 1, 1363. I land. Lindsley & Col, Mcrae-a bast.„4lttsei
. • .. _ _ ._...i.
XTOTICE is hereby given tht Charles Bu-I . i n s o n- york, . 1 - .
ill shot. now, 'Of la" , _edl:this county. holding - 1 . ClOt.hin4 'rota - Messrs..- - Bald-kr6; - -Stoltrikk
the follolwing described property. has. not yet j•Cci.:,,'1 , 7•6: - 12 Couitlazid•st , also . Ifes3rs: . thilp •
paid nt:*' conjs:idf_q . fttion whatever `or the same,! street; Bradford & - do.; 249 Bi-badillii..;:-" , '"•-' '
and all petsims iii-- hereby Ti - ar:ied r.ot to pur- • - tenkee Notions from J.l HinTy - SithliTk.
cb j ase any of saidproperty of the said Bushor Pa% ne,•.3 Courtlarid 6t.' I - -7 - ..., . ''' .7': ::', X
berpre ,the decision of the Court is given in! •Eitardware c•rtim :Morgzo,_ gyin
this ea.4-htid C Bash or has paid to. me the I Cii. - 20 *Conrtyt .. r.ll•si. -- ' .:- - = •, _-. "---
considPl4ation money therctore. , •C : 413 - Clery. ft= 'Ur: - &s.Ear -:- Cti...s.i.iiiiiit4S
' The frill is the property r .. -'- -' . Duitite 5",:re... - a. - ''- !.... ------ ---' .--.:- -.."
I , itr• A certain trae , of Lind near th - e der- :" Grocl . :riesfrona . .lenrs. Alizeill ICsititrn,..
1n..4.1:1 Mill, in wafkant 5075. Ahbottownship.llssWashington street'
P‘Pttvr tioticty,,,,l?a4 copt.ainililg . ipo . at•res_,--
. ffSA ', ar_d
,caps Am= Miller 2.`.,-.Yorsie; Arp
,afro-2o acre; in ..varriint'Sa7S and adjoining l Bre, nawaN:.• '•- - '
thje above. • . •.. - '..-tlsei Dry Geo,ls frrtru W . m..Croni - ±: - elgo.,
2nd. ,S.Cerfaililtrtattifland..with Mill and
_ - - - %.:-,,,:.x."
impro7menis thereon. near Ketile Creek. in %
, - "cig'Frankliti street ':'-. Y.:' who eyer-lltiiiircioa
b:17 ,, A11:15 for allibat. call upon then!.•
mit rrabt.iTai 9- -Stewih•dS - On-Ai - rrishi').:".l"o".er i
- 11 - '
coliint - y, l'a.., ebntainrov n'oont. 204 acres. 'F- . 1 t' ca 'upon os and - exurnini c :onr
-; Gobilk. --- t - ot 6tti - prices
-bil._2ire:„inr .. f c „.._ hitke
on ilufilec-9tis 4 . 17 4 ,.p....ya 1 rtetr olei§ eT he.. —'lf2 4
: iztli7 own, l ,o,acountv.pA.. AilJov ,e.;,,;a..haia;:b .ti_i i.e hear
he mid '4l;yding from Germania to.Ciaintl;
talillb,lls4=ecrss. • • • -
-C1F491-Cit Tre.;los. t,
LINV&BLO4 3 I-11rIGRESP-=, for the La
• , V 4 , 4
SOAP Q,ut-rtl , :lr: Sett ! Tr.ciaire a -;
,- .5 ,-S . TIMP , P.'SS.' •
TA [L E NOTICE.
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1 - :',.“ i .; L.., '-:::, ;.i I;:t.(i - V i il c.,i1'3,!.; t:i
Our New Priees.
lii FUR Bli.
V . LAE!EAOKI_,.atkNL
GOOD 31EP.Ia13CS, CPCIIECO
PHILLIPS, ALLENS, DUNNELLS
and other Good Prints from 121 tä 16
cts., for the best.
GOOD SHEETING 16 to, 20 word
to 30 as.
BLEACTIED 31USLIk i to
18 worth 13 toSO
GOOD DENIMS for 20 cits. *aid 25
.to 3.sicts. _--:
GOOD TWEEDS for 25 ) t0 41 trot3V3B
to 63 ets.
GOOD OASSIMSREB, very for
GOOD I BLA,C SILKS , tO, .5E13
'worth $1 25 to ':61175 1
GOOD COLORED SILKS far nits.
ALL WOOL RP, LAINES fo"r"
. 35 eta
worth 50 di.
_GOOD. COMMON I3E 14ISEkfor.lb
to 25 worth 25 to 30 cts.
ALL WOOL MERINOS -fiir•so:tif
wortli - $1 to $1.25 ,
Boots .& - Shoo's'
A LARGE ASBORTMES7T,VEat ickw.
Goid CAW Boots for $2.50
Good Womett's Shites for 75 cents :
Good Gaiters Tor -6k cents • -
'and all other kinds of fine slims Wyt as
I; this .
our trade we cart Ease you IC
Large tier cent. I
Good Snits Black Grey and othertii . Coat;'
Vest, Pents.Hat.Poetet Ilandkerchief,Craiit; --
and Shirt ;or $lO to, $l2 worth $2O. 'l.
Woscau alsosell you Groceries at a Saidueof
at least 25 td1450 per, ct. Good Tea d'art es
traquallty for $1 worth $1,50. • Otber •gtiod
Teas.from 5'3 to 75 cts
Good cbetring, Tobacco from 35 to 55'cia ,
dood. 'Segni for 12i cents
Onr connectlon kith /oak of Coe bts . i. job
tring_honsgs in York wilt -mina:yrs-can't-1a
tis to sell many goods rerp mucl bOryi-the
. :w 'a ole are : priceo; 0 r..:d 1001 . -10.. ttnntim k k
isv iqd . tlx..t:is'e 'it re_ tha inlli.rinisiii
'Ticsidni to ieceii . e a o'early:toilCiFS-44_4:: Et,
•~ oars -
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