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t • . Election Procla i
an i on;
1101 lIRSUANT.to an Act, of the General All,
JL embly of,tlte Corenseitiw alth of Pennsils
• Tonle, entitled nArf - Ace relqing to the elec-j
*lons, of this Commonwealth," approved the
• second day of July, A. D. on'
;ss ,srzsodoapdothirtysaitte. ,:p. Q. 4A . .y.R.A,
v - osiShetlfr:of* cpqnty o Potter ; Pettrtsyl
Xs. 14)ni‘dahereby , Inake know and give notice,
to the electors of the county - ,,toresild: that tt],'
General Election will be held ,in the said court.]
ty of Potter on the Second :Tursday (Thir-i.
seentis) of,Oeteber,-1,863,--at ' hich time State
and ConittOffic - Ors, as folio sere to be elec..
Ted, tti,wivp ,::•• ~ . .2:-,' , ,- _.--- • •
One - peiiiiirf6i•Gotefnor
One person for Judge of t
Two persons for Members]
i lepresentatives of the get 4
- i tt tenasylyaliii4 in conjutietiiii
o 'tif Vitrga - i - - to represent the c,
One person for Protbonot
Cow ts of thfi.e&unry of Pott
o ,2 4 0tfaliterifon - for ColirnlB4io
•o?Pater. " • .
One person for Register
the county of Potter.
One person for Auditor 0 . the cotiOy of
-'O,OerOxitti',for, Ceroner of, the comity
..-4-ilsol mike .:knistva - and, give notice, as i.fl
.and by the 13th section of the aforesaid net I
am directed. test every person excepting Jus
tices of the Peace, who holds any office or
I topointinent id profit or trust under the Gov
' errtiiiiiif:.of..oe. United .States or this State:
or of any city or incorporated district,whether
'.. -a. commissioned officer or otherwise a suiono
dinate officer or agent, who is or shall be ca
s.gplasted uoderthe legislative; judiciary, or ex
perftWypi-triments Of this State orthe United
States, or of any city or incorporated dWrict
- and also that every member of Congress and
of the State Legislature, and of the select and
- common council of any city, or commissioner
affiCiiy incorporated district - . is by law incapa4
fat, isfioldingfor exercising tit the same time
i'D 11110.0ifit . e.'oe atipOititmeet of Judge, inspector,
~.., or clerk of an election in this Commonwealth,
and that no Inspector or Judge, or other otE.,
• cer of any such election shall be eligible to
bo voted for. .
.Ir. ...CATS:: Oat' in the fourth section of the, • Act
• of Assembly, entitled -An Act relining ito
electiens and for cuter purposes," approved .
• April 16th, 1860, it is enacted that the itfor,e-'
~ _said 13th sectioroshall not be so construed Its'
, :" ( iojreyeat any Military Officer or Borough
' 4 •'' - -IClffleerfrOth serving as Judge, Inspector, or
ii.l eletlEtif.eny, general' or. special election in
It is further directed that the meeting of t!te
n“,Oarn Judges rube. Court House in Coders;
• '''' port:to make out the general returns. shall be
the first Friday succeeding the general el 'el
tion, which will be the. lOth day of October
'z , .: i fi r- Alin:6re - mike known and give notice
i "that the places for holding the aforesaid gens
' •oral election in the several townships and
it. boroughs within the county of Potter, are as
` - follows, to wit . : .
For the township of Abbott] at the Gerrna,
,tala Hotel in sitio township. .
• , . -For thetownsnie of Allegany. at the school
house near tile place formerly owned by Ches..'
ter Andrews, in said township.
For thetownshie of Bingham, nt the Bing-
ham Centre school house near A. R. Lewis l 'n'
s: • staid township. • • j
' - • ' Fol.' the' township of Clara, at -the sehOoll
house near Sala Stevens', in said township., .1
.township of Enlalia. •at the New;
•."'tenrt House in the borough of CondersportH
For the township of Genesee, at the-housel
formerly occupied by S. S„Ritsco. in Ellisburg.l
. 'Forothe•township of Harrison, at the house,'
reCentbioe,ciipied by Ira Bartholomew,in said,
.. , For the township of Hebron, at the school
c' Ilitnisis No: 6,- near Henry lngraham's, in said
township. ..: .. . . 1 I
For the township of Hector, at the Sunder-1
;Ain stkool hotise,,in s'aid township. - j
'''• For the township of Homer at the school'
house near Jacob - Neel, in said township. 1
For the township of Jackion, at the house ;
formerly occupied by B. Barse, now M. Chap-
Ad, in said township,
6 FOrthe township of Keating, at the honie
-of Pliriy litirris, in said township.
,Fer„the township of bswayo, at the Centre
: aChdol bonse'in said township.
For the township of - . Pike, nt the; house of
Illijah,,Johnsork in said township. I-. --
For the township-of Pleasant Valley, at the
e school. .house No 2, in said township. •:
• For'the township of Portage, 'tithe Sizer
school- house in said township.
For the township of Ronlet, at the school
house near George Wecncer'g in said townsi•ip.
For the township-or Sharon,
at the Sharon
- Centre school bouSe, near John Voorhees', in
-said township :- " - ..- -
o •Foe the township of... Sweden - at the house
of Aseneth Taggart in saidtownship: :
,;,,,Tortls, township of Stewarison. at the, New
o Nerway - school house, in said township.- . '
For the township of Summit, at the house
formerly ob('tiPied by Ucl Cook;nOw Jonathan
Redson, in said township.
For the tow m-hip of Sylvania at the school
-'house nor J let Rees'oiresaititownship.
For tlue teiwuship of Ulysses, at the house
,of Atlas Beeneit ] _in said town-hip. ,
-"Pox lite .town'ship efilVest 'Branch, at the
.)Outitf:Of.S3l l ,Conable, in - said toWnship. ,
" - For' `the toWrisidn'of Whaitoo.:tit thelotife
of Ste,phen Heroin. in sal l township.
For the hbrotigh of Coudersport, at the
41E/onrt House in said borough. • • ' : '
Given under niy hand, this 31st day a
- August, A: D.,1863. ''• 1 , • '
''''' - ''• '7 DO. LARRABEE, Sheriff.
' '' Coudersport, Ann. ;31 lEntt
HOW LOSTI • BOW RESTORED.!
": r ust - published in a seale`d'envelope, price . 6 cts
~<A.Lesiture on the Natnre r yTreatnient and" Ra
d-160 cure of Spermatorhiea or Seminal Weak
ittuts, Sexual Debility. llervousnesi; and ttivol
natatfy including Imp itericY -Cen
somption• and Menial and PI ysical
BY 898'72. CIILCkawELL, M
Tie; iinpOrisint Viet "Visit the awful eouse4aen
.oes.of lElelf-buiie may. be 'effectually removed
siiihinit internal medicine's or the dnngerous
; application of caustiLs,in.truments.tnedica led
isougie r i, arid other impirical devices, i 4 ,here
pleariv. demonstrated, grid the entirely new
and bighlYineressful treatment as adopted by
tbeeelebrated athor.fullyexplained.by rneaas
_ cotwhlch eiery . One is enabled to cure himsei,
ri`ectly. and at chi least poqsiiile cost. ili6re}
.:03'1r , 0 4 4g an. the advertised noqra las of thi
Tbie lecture will 'piety° aeboon tOtbon
imam and• ousan s.
„ . . , Vbent. nailer- seal, .to any addresa.
.14414,.sealedrelOpe, nn the receipt of six
040 ~!:k•if t si'piimtFt. g i, stamps. by addressing,
:Hr. CHAS. J. ratc...B;
, Howe% Pnst 0fUe130x,',4586,
AYettialli Teed-het; •to tcach the school at
Newbergen. rages $2O per raontb._
aqC,epted up to the-101
Sup% Aolcd srfAreotArg.
• 1 .
YO U N G ANERICA AHEAD I 11
OLD 'M=OA BEHIND.
l e Supreme Court
of tbe House of
ral Assembly of
' with. the county
. unties - . of Lop
ry and Clerk of
er-of the, county
ud Recorder or
GLASSMIRE & COLWELL
trAv !NG entered into a Co-Partnership are
II• prepared to furnish all goods' s : s in their
Hue . at • 1, •
They keep constantly on hand et large and
well selected assortment Of
BROWN, EIGHT BROWN, AND
RIO, JAVA, UNION, RYE, &c.,
FLQUIL by the Barrel, 'Half
Barrel :and Sack.
Buck%!heat Flour by the Sack.
Peed by, the I.ltu2ded.
In fact; everythink ',kept in a 'nod Grneery
Stare _ P.RODUCS taken In eschasige and
4lL.GoaaT pelibered iai#hus tTial3orouf?
Mold 'wipers, lasrli Me
And of the
Wry ,Best Quality.
. z ,:•44NIL•CLAIDASI
tc yens 4a-Co;,.‘
ll i tiomOytk,o=l;.alv arid Solici f oltil
411 PennsylraniaAsenue ,; Washington,;P C.
• .This - firin;,baring n thorough knowlsdite of
the Penslc - b usiness, and.being familiar with
the_practice.lnitlithe Departments ofdoiern
ment,belierathiii they can afford greater:fa
cititiesamPensibn.tiOnnty an d Ot her Clu imants,,
for thfprolupt and successful accomplishment
of bnsiness.entruated•po them, than any other
firm in Washington. Thiy, desire to secure
such an amount of this business as will enable
xbem to execute the business for each claiinant
very cheaply, and on the basis of their pay
contingent upon:their success ,
f in each aase.
* * *Their. charges will . Ipe:Ten Dollars f4r
Officeriltn.l-flve Dag, , ., for .Aivaies.Sor each
Pension. Bonatv, or Back oluained. and
ten per.tent Eori amount of I:l,tijni for Military
Supplies, or Claims for, Indemnity.
erilh , ted since t.te let of March.
1861;in itlaykind or serrice„ .. Mi li la ry or X I vol.
who are .disahlvd...hy . diseafe pr.. w 7 , re
entitled t;. •
for,iwn ye:.is: or Intring the • n ..r ..,,,,,,.: it 1...: , :' . .1ir: wiin dirk bine, velvt - tollitr still tuffs i
stniner (Anse. will lie clitiljed to
,i_ii lon Th. in: , -I, iii :LW:oiler reQpects; seciording.to The present
.IVldows orsoldi:irS who Me 'ne e - re killed ' . .t;.e p:tl ti!: 4 itir OffiCers of infantry.- - ~. :-- :,. ..
'entitled to $I nO bounty. if iherr he.no widow ; i Skinnier straps-l-- , Aecordlug to present rep:
theh 'the 'minor children : then the &Wier. rte , - I I,l.ttiiiiis: but worked. On. dark !nine velvet. -;.;
ttier, sisters, pr brothers uireentitled as ahpre7
Washitiztoth D,' C., 1862.
. * * *Apply at our cr to our As-oeiate
nt 02:Wavo; Potter county.. Pa.—.JAMES 11.
IGRAV.g. ESq , Who has Just 'returned from
. 0., and is supplied with' all
Oe,lirtist LI nks i..4sued under the .late Asteuc
dopa,' and will fill . them :np,for all' who h'ave
beenrsri:ui tioun.tte as' to'reqnirt , an'appliea
tion. Qifiee in ' Regulator Store '"=
Snuff & Tab ice o_Manuf,:c turer,
16.an0 18 Chamb;:ri
Armelly 42.Challicia Street, New York.)
Would call 'the attention of Dealers to 'the
articles'of his manufacture. viz.:
3facaboy. l Demi ros,
Fine Ruppee, Pure
Coarse ftappee, . - Nachitoehes,
American Gentleman. Copenhagen
YELLOW SNUFF. •
Scotch, Holey Dew Scotch,'
High Toast Scotch. Fresh llotteyDew Scotch,
• Irish IliErlt Toast, Fre...11 Scotch,
• . or lintolvfoot.
* ** Attention is called to the large reline.
lion i n prices of Fine-Cut Chewing and Stunk. ,
ling Tobaccos, whieli will be found of a Sispe
AMOICING. FISK CV f CIIIiWIXI3. Smart -G.
Long, P.A.L .or plain. . S Jago,
No. 1, CRVeII4ISiI. nr .Sweet, Sp.inish.
No. 2. Sweet Sctnted Orunoco, Cannster.
Nov, 1 Az 2 mixed. ' T
Granulated. Tin Foil Cavendish.
N. B.—A cirenbtr of prices w:11 be sent on
81y • •
For Bats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bags, Moths
in Fills, Woolens, .&c. Insects on Plants, Fowls,
Put up it: 25c. 50c. and $1 00 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-
41- * * I I I Beware !! I of all worthless imitations
* * *See that "Cosrmes"'name is on each Box,
'Bottle' and Flask, before you bay.
* * *Address . Henry R. Costar,
* * *.pencipal Depot 482 Broadway,
* * *.Spld by
• , P. A. STEBBTSFI. Co.. •
Wholesale k. Retail Agents. Coudersport_Pa.
riu glarnrso gbop,
%VIE undersigned ttould respectfallyinforiu
I the_ surrounding community that he his
taken the rooms formerly otenpiedh .Elba
s. Mann. where he is prepared to 0 •
All kinds of Harness Work
on the shortist notice.: - • •
LONG STRAW COLL MS,
ago kept cori-tantlyon hand. These collars
are a- superior artielf., and need but a trial to
insure their success.' •
Sureingles, llartingale-rings; Hamm and
Uanie strops, &e., k lit consta tly on hand.
The pilhlic are invited td.catll'and examine,
leforo purchasing el sewhe re.
- S. P.
Co.*:llerspnrt Oct.,l6tlf. 1860:- - . - •
• Pounds of
W . 0 L - •
Wanted Immo ately
C. S. $ - E.. A. JONES..
, 1- •
Ditisolut ion of Part nertin Ip.
TA Eparmersbiptveretufore existingherween
the under...l:mm - 1 under the firm name of
OLMSTED - 4- KELLY, is thi4 d is dissolvmi by
mutual consent. Persons who have : unsettled
accounts,with thelq;te firm are reque,4ed h.
settle With H. J Olmsted to whom alt. ; debts
due the firm will he Paid. .• .• • • .
The bosiness will be. etindlieted, •hy•Fl.
OLMSTED. who has•purchp , ed , the, entFre in
terest rot bis lute partner. and wlm-eollcits n
corttintutoce of the pohlic r imtrilmge.
- •, H. D. ,KELLY. • . -
• Et J.I4I;MSTE6. :
• • ,
ConderspOrt.Pa., Jay. 7. 1863.;,
41110ST38Z, VFRV I N E.ITEIIMJNATOB;BI
.. .. - -... ..... ... -•-• ... .... --•-• ........ 1 , ••• ,, •••,
~ i— t rEmlox,- : - . 7.4yriam- . —arttuss;
IM. woo alnesitiiii_saitiotatia zuscasausti.
iiifilleOlibit:ol l 4.'o.ViPtiONTlPlf;i7?:i.:l j :
.1 1 kekDatii, lUt 12T,I, •
Patsvosr.3Lutiu st. GtathitherlCi,
Was,ifutolunD. o:,,fune 11, 1863. .".:
Nortca....-T he' folloii ink . hill' be, published
as = a z .l3nhd;.blltr..6f. noticc i -by,esAy z District
Provost liitirslialvitli , Such' altiratimik-ISS:be
may think particularly suited to lila district:
The object beingad hostel:old eticourage en
listmepts, in-the InTalid torts.. . . • ' .'
- . •.Provpst Mars hal General.
Mt.sc WANTED FOR THE INVALID CORPS
. . „
Only those faithful . ' abldters who; . from
wounds or the hardships of war, are no long-
er , fit for".-field duty will be received in this
Corps of Honor. ,solistments- , will be , for
three; years . unless „sooner' discharged. "Pay
and s(ilimatces.sitine: a§
.for'nffieers and men
of the United Staies'lntitntry; -except that no
premiums' i:10. bounty .fur. enlistment .
allowed.- This will not invalidate any, pen
siOns or bounties which maybe ,due for pre- .
fi llowing..uniform. has been:adopted
:officers and .men of the Invalid- Corps: !,
; ...Frock...coat of sky blue
minutimiti,i—orsky.blue cloth, 'with doub : ,
le stripe of d.irk . dUivo..the•outer
seina. each .stripe :oat. luar inch , with
::.-puee7betweeen of tlirAri•right.3 - i,f nn inch.
.For itre.c-in-•TPr'-se.tt:reirritttion •
For ENi.IATED Of Aty blue
kerscy, : nith ,trimtoiog;s, cut like
j down oustbe"
~. eke 61iie
Terri , : in
ed to '111;'.: •
,Mettit . ..; ' chgg.-e of
flospitals c..mafa(oh:rs. !Ind oth
ers 1111%11,2 tinder ex-,
pre fOrbid , lett to ,
g.Tantdt : r . hpgp. in... men under their con
trol Who be lit for service in '
For the convenience of service, the 'men!
will be selected for three' dilFcreot grades of
duty. Those who are most efficient and able
bodied. Pod" capable of performing duty etc .
etc , will he armed With rrotAtpts. and assign
ed tif color:nips of the Fir-t 'l3nttitllion
Those of the next degree of efficiency,, includ
ing. those who have lost a hard •nr an arm.
and the least elfertiye, including those •who
have lus A foot or a leg, to the' . companies' of
the Second or Third BattallionsT they- wilt be
armed with swot. is.
The (little, will he chiefly 'to net. All provost
guards and g irri-ons for. cities: gourds 'for
hovitals arid. other public builditts ; and as
order lies. etc. -If :found n."cessary
they way b- assigned toifortS etc.
As.d-tatif Provost Marchali-Groneral
are mutt). rizi it to appoint Officers -Of the Rag.
War Service, or of the Inc,itlid Corps. 'to ad
minister the oath of enlistment hr' those men
who have «mtpletefv fulfilled the prescribed
eonditioifs of ach,,is4.A.l to the Invalid Corps,
} 1 :'~~:;~, :11.1% be :niu;lerr-.
viz ; • , I •
1 . 14t the applicant is unfit fur service in
2 TitAt he is fit for the duties. !or some of
them indicated above.
31 That if not now in the service, he was
4. That lie is meritorious and deserving
For enlistment or further informat , on ,kpply
to the Board of Enrollment for the district in
which, the applicani is a resident,
Capt. W. W WHITE.
Provost Marshal, 18th District, Pa.
PROVOST MARSUAL'S OeFtos,
Williamsport,June 17.1863. , ; •
11. W. McALARNEY.
Provost Marshal for Potter Co.
Coudersport, Pa.. July 20, 1863 , • -- --- •
C. H. WAttnINER
Continues to rep iir 131.06}:§, w ApmiEs and
JRWELIiY in, Condersiniit,..nnd keeps con
stantly *nu hand and for sale a good assort..
ock., • • _ •
Watches; and • .
' • Jewelry
Of the very hest quality. Alio.. •
PL A rED. 11'A - ' • SPErTAC,LES.
GS. REVOLI'EIiS; i . e. •
fa:l supj,ly of
" • FiNtairag
which 'lel , , t.t the I(Ttst priers for
rash ',Ei•ery t.e'r ;old warrailted 'to be as
'repres , ' • •
'M clo.rs north
p. , re. at t.II si , ru of th , '
OLAIS FELD' Se' IiELLY'S
j„„..T9, •cen f,,und I.le best o
Cuulti4:, Es, and Padur
T- AT S
Also, SHET-IRON WARE. POT:-
KETTLES. „SPIDERS, • SCOTCH is BOWLS
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS,.. amt CAULD
RCN.S. • • • ; .
:_=.1.101 'As SCRAPERS: , CULTIVA
DOG-PI) IRS. Scc. • . • , :•
is tct 11 tu , de and the tnaterialgoi)d. !Gond end
EAVES,-TROUctlik.3l,uf up in an,
part "of the .Voitntf—Terms efkki% ."Ready Pa 3
.)f kkinds:Cush; . eldalcii'retused
StUre on Ni.tin Street opposite the Old ijour
Units.. "ow - Tem - port: Aug. 1.1R59.-.56 •
•Al,din I isiNfraturlts :NuttliCp.
TEIEREAS. letters of, administration .on
the est to of DAM TQUE, late of Ab
hotrtoWnship PorteiconntF, deed; hare been
eranted trr the.undP,reigned.elt_persensindebt
i.d to sol.l estate are reepested to make imme.
rl fat ep,!y . m and harlog ;is against
rile will presentthem duly r anthenicated
to the'fiathiseriberi - -
'-FILIZABETEf.:TOIXR, I Adarsd.
Alftsott, .713 P 1.15411113.'••
.. r 0.41
PorMll of which it jie a speedy and certain
remedy, . and never foils. This Liniment is
prepared, from the ri.cipe of Dr.. Stephen
§iyrkt,..orConnecticut; !he famous bone set
jet; And liailied3"USCll in his-practice for
more than- tsVerity yedrs with'themost-aston
ishing:surcess.l • \ . :
.. ' ASAN.ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN, ibis . .
rivaled by.aorprepaation bforet,hp public,
of 'whia the; iiiiist Skeptical may be 'Eon,
winced by a siniletrial ' '• • •
This Linimmit-will'eure rapidly and radi
cally. :Illarium , Or_Disorders of every kind. and
in thousands oft eases!where it hasteen used
Kn t• 'I ' •
it bas,never been own to at . . ..
,:,0114t/F.OtiAi:GlA it ,vili afford iminedi—
ate relief in every, e.tse, however' distressing.
It wilt. reliev the !worst case? of HEAD.
,AVIIE in three ininuies and is warranted .o
III) it., ... , .. . I-
'I/ on tile to
• TOOTHACHE also it will cure instantly, -
Poi? NEIiyOUS• DEBILITY AND GEN
LA:3BITrDE alritzing from imprudence
or ; i t acess, this Linitint is a must happy and
ifnfailing remedy. A - Cting directly upon the
nervous tissues; it strengthens and revivifies
the sst:tn, and restores it to elastitity and
FOR PILES.-L, As an external remedy, we
Claim that it is the best know n. amt. we clod
j lenge the world) produce an equal. Every
' victim, of flits Btstreasing complaint should
give it 'a trial, for itiwill not fail to afford
imniediate relief. anal in a majority of cases
will effect A , anlical cure:
qt. , lssY AND SORE THROAT are some.
Antes extreme)) tuabgnant "nd dangerous
but a.timely application °lads Liniment will
never fail to cure. 1
SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate,
,enlargement of ; the joints is liable to
occur if neglected. The worst cases way be
couquered by Otis . Liniment in two or three
days. 1 •
BRUISES. ('O TS WOUNDS, SORES,
ULCERS. BURNS ANTI:LSO LDS, yield read
ily to the, wonderful hi.aling properties of DR ;
SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT, ashen
used according) to .di'rections. Also, CHIL
BLAINS. FROSTED FEET, AND INSECT
BITES 'AND STINGS.. .
Dr. Stephen Slveet. Connecticut, the Great
Natit.al Bone Setter.
Steptieri of Connecticut, is known
all over the United Slates. ,
Dr. Stephen bweet, cif Connecticut. Is the
thor of -Dr. Suleet's Infallible Liniment."
Dr: Sweet's Infitailde lanitheni Cures•ltheu
nuttOu and never fitits.
Dr.; Sivet's Infallible Liniment Is a certain
remr4t• for Neuralgia. -
Dr Sterer'e DONT)Ie Liniment Cures . Burns
and Scalds innetiatdly.
Dr. Swee'3 infaltibie Dniment Is the best
known remedy fur Sprains and Brniaes,
Dr. Sweet'.,-14tallibte Liniment Cures Head
ache immediately and was never known to fail
Dr. Szieet's Infallible Liniment Affords imme
diate relief for Biles, and seldom fails to cure.
Dr. Swecee . bfallibleLiniment Cures Tooth
ache in one minute.
Dr: Sweet's- Infallible Liniment Cures Cuts
and Wounds immediately and,leaves no sear.
Dr. Sw.et's Infallible Liniment Is the best
remedy for Sores in the known world.
./Jr, Sweet's Infallible Liniment Has been used
by more • than a . million people, and all
praise it. 1
.Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Taken inter
nally mires Colic,Cholera Morbus and Cholera.
•• Dr. Sweet' , - Infallible' Liniment Is truly a
"friend in need," and every family shoald
hare it at hand,' •
Dr Sweet's hifollible Liniment'ls for sale by
all Druggists. splice 25 and 50 cents.
A Friend in Need. Try it.
DR: SWESTISALLIB . ,LE LINIMENT,
its an external remedy,. is without a rival, and
will alleviate paiemore ,speedily than any
other preparation., For all Rheumatic and
Nervous Disord'rs it is truly infallible, and
as a- erative for . Si;res, Wounds, Sprains
Bruiseq itd•soothing healing and pow..
ei lot strengthoing properties, excite the just
wonder and astinisliment of all who have
ever given ita trial. Over one' thousand
it within the littit twyears, attest the fact.
TO Horse Owners !
nrt. SWEETIS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
FUR HORSES is unrivalled by any, and - in
.111 eases of Lameness arising fronAprains.
Bruises or Wrenching, its effect is magical
'Lod.vermin. Rainless or Saddle Galls.
Scratches, Mange, lie., it will also care
speedily 'Spattin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented and cured in their incipient
-!ages. but cutlniedi cases are beyond the
pitssibility of coat No case of the
kid. however, is So I desperate or hopeless
Icat it may be.hlleriated by this Liniment.
and its faithful! application will always re
tzio4 the 'Lameness. and enable the horses to
travel with comparative ease. I •
Evezyr Horse Owner "
should have tlds remedy at hand, for its
imely,tise at !lie first appearance of Lame-
Hess will effectuOly prevcnt those formidable
diseases, to wlach all horses are liable, and
which - -; render ego many otherwise .valuable
horses nittrly wiorthless. - I
• - EET'S
'• ' .
And thousands nave Mind it•trnty,
-A Friend ( In Need! ' •
CAUTIOS.—To avoid imposition, observe
the-'Signature. shot Likeness of Dr. Stephen
Sweet•on every label, t also "Stephen'Sweet's
.Linimin4" blown :in 'the' glass of
each bottle, WittinOt w,hich•nonearegenuine.
• - RICHARDSON CO.
• • ' Sole t'roOletors, Nortcich, Ct
" '4 l 4' 4 0:4 *ill
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ISM GOUT, NEURALGIA
.:11FFINEcK , AND JOINTS, t
RUISES, WOUNDS, AND
• ILES. HEADACHE,'
ous DISORDERS. -
' cad:lMo* • .--
, Ar?iiititinet t ii . o iti“)•*" : - stidiifiva. aPT
11FE-IctresolTed, - bilhe' Senate
I.lLVltepresentntivee ;6f :.thti, - 171oopooneatth
I of -Pennsylvaniar9n•Generil.,-Assinirily„..mat,
That gitkfollotaing - areendmeptu, het propneed
to.thi:Ciiiiititnilen Of I.be - tondirerialth. in
srticie thereof ' ':
.., There - shall bente - tublitional - sgOott to the
third article of the •COitatitutiorijo i littAhslt.
noted, as section font.; eifollavie 4, ;••
,"Secitot , (4 - . - Wbeitever all:otiket qualified
electors this-Ptimmottwealth'.shaintle in
any. aetinal service; mailer
front the•PreSideetof - thii,l.7t4ell,Atates,
or by:the, aUthbrity 4itito al th
such electors itip,y - exercise - the - righe - o
frage in • all - elections "1•1 the citizens; 'under
such regulatiOtii ai are prilitilf,kicfrescribed
as fully.and.effectually . na if thertvere
t ei r places . o f ClOt/oti.tr,. .
There shall be two additional - Sentient to
the:eleventh artiele.of,thortstitotioo,...to be
ws: "SECTTON 8. No' bill shall be . eiteied'hy Ate
Legislature containing More, thane subject,
which shall : ' be clearly expre n o siedlolbo,itle,
exciA appropriation bine.
"SEcTios ,No bill shall be passed lip "the
Legislature grq,:ting any powers orprivileges
io . any case where the authority to grantssuch
powers Or privileges has been or, utayi here
after_ be conferred upon
_the Courts of lids
Corinonwealth." • JOH CESSNAr
_,Speaker of the.i.louse of Represniativg,
JOON P. PENNY",
Office of the Secretary of the Coransan-X
wralth,•llarrirburg, July, I t 1863.5:
PENNSYLVANIA. - - •
I do hereby certify, that the foregoing
t.s }.and annexed Is a fall. true.andiorrect
the original Joint-Resolution
of the General Assetubly,entitled- " A .joint
Resolution proposing certain _Amendments to
the Constft 'Lion," as the same remains eafile
in thitz office. ' .
In testimony Whereof I have ',hereunto set
my' hand, and caused the seal of the Secreta
ry's office to be affixed, the dstj;:and.".year
above written. ELI SLIFER, --
Secretary of the Commottwenlth.•
6 461 ofdra
The Buffalo Mercantile College
CORNER OF MAIN AND gNECA STREETS..
Is an important link in the INTERNATiON.
AL CHAIN of Colleges, located in
NEW YORK CITY, PHILADELPHIA;
TROY, • CLEVELAND,
DETROIT, : CHICAGO,* •
TORONTO,. PROVIDENCE, •'
PORTLAND, " SAINT LOCIS.
A .Seholorsbip issued frcni the l3uffalp-Col
lege, entitles the holder to attend either or - all
the Colleges:fcrr an unlimited time. •
The De:Agit of these Institutioni.is•to impart
to'ytong' wen and ladies ; a thotaugh,,pmetia
cal business education. • •I• .
• THFORETICAL DEPARTMENT:.
In this department students receive thoro s
instruction in the ruoinsents of Penmanship,
Book-Keeping:Ma tlit;mitties.Commercial Law._
PRACTICAL DEPARTMENT. • • ,••
Here the studcht bnys and sells Merchan ,
dire, Stocks. Real Estate, kc., as in Bethel
businesq. Two Banks have been established
in this departwent, which enables the student
to deposit his cash. get his,paper discounted ;
and transact all business incidental to igen ,
students mny become good crperaterchsriv
is a short time. ; •
'The Spencerian System of Peurnanship, is
taught by competent and experieticed teachers
Scholarship, nayable in advance, $4O.
• College open day at d evening : np vacations
Resident Principal at Buffalo, J. C. BRYiIiT.
For further information., . plena° ea18.104.22.168r
College rooms, or send for Catalogue kitiCir ,
cular enclosing letter stamp. Atidreia"
BRYANT & .STRATTQN,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
THE subscriber offers the whereof thelol ,
lowing described tracts of landatimiisitar
sal.. The property will be sold in a body or
in separate tracts, as purchasers mardesire.
It is in one of the finest lumbering and farm ,
ing districts of this or adjoining:counties,and
will be sold at a very reasonable price. •
- No. 1. A tract of 'lwo Hundre4. and:Six•
acres, Sixty noes of which are, improved,
bounded by lands of Martin Bartzion,Bensleys,
Humor]. and the Sinnemahoning creek,
*Well are erected - one -Frame.'House r ono
Frame Barn, one Frame Shed, Apple. Peachy .
Pear, and Place. Trees, and .also a:Sup ..fot„pf -
Pine, Oak. and Hemlock Timher... - 4 Skin
at the door,•apd the Siunemahoningand.putt
Fork of the First Fork creeksrunping:t.4 . rcntt
it. Situate in Wharton township ; ...,, ...,
No. - 2. One Hundred and, TweptY r klie
acres of Timber land, situate, oi) tatet,Alp4on•
run in Wharfpn wkwrship. . _ _1
. , No. 3.. Also Sixty - Seven . Acres of,'ll ber
Laud rip Hunter rcko, adjoining Sinith - tgs,
about Two acres of which .areintprovit ~...titt,
which are - erected 'one Log 'Ronde, ititi4tp o fw
wh a ilci n torinship. . - 'l. ,_....,,.-%. ._, -
No: 4. One other lot of Timber Dina On--
taining SeVenty-Sii acres; liplienslOpitiollii:r
in Wbattodtownship. . . .L a
No. 5. • One other lot ofTimber Litild,Op. ,
taining One llundred'and Fifty Acres t iltnalw
up Vag Hollow, on which are 'ereetea"Vner
Frame Bowe and one LogEfouse,Witil.a.gar ,
din •and two or three fine springs - ofitrater t im
Wharton township. . - '' • -I '' '' '''-",
No. 6. 'He will also sell ilie . indliidedlialf
of a tract of Four acres of land, - biniiiiled'liy
lands of Jos. L. Nelson and'this'. Sirittiatiifie-
Ling creek; on which are 'erected brieliiiTafge
WATER SAW-MILL:', known • is r- thi , t etint
Mill," and also a Dwelling 'HottiOitittsibin ,
Wharton township .' - ' .••,` i'' '' ' •
•.- He will also sell thefollowingperinnalfri
perry, to wit : ' One 'Span of Borskit.l,74loit,
One Sleigh; Four Coved: :Stivizi 'Yentintity
Seven Calves- 1 ' - JAMESSAltilt6tr:
• Whititaii;ltinit 17*,: -
1,88977 - 1 --
D-Lit3tlC§irolX SOF 001.;DIttEgTORS: nt
required - I,j' tbe-Sabbel try tbatuitt
Ifornel stitinievit!oftbe' scholia pads beoasede
ol,Land - teti - writteti••or bendi•blibtr4l
thIS statenietit be posted rgY tbe , 4lstriet9 b
latell.'printeda4Vlot:or , blifdis
'irritable fei au/ PorpOseV: Calliazotteiter
. ;:apri# 17/ I` svir
ume n .