The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, November 04, 1863, Image 4

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    Not Alcoholic.
A HIGHLY CONGENiiiiiiiiGETABLE EXTRACT
IA Pure Tonic.
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..ip , ( 3 . -Dr. Booftand!'s .
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;Geinia,n Bitters,
PREPARED BY
Dr. C. Mi.-Jackson -Philada.Pa.
. . .
WILV,IMCTITAISX CLUE
JAY COMPLAINT,
DysrzpslA,
qronic 07..11 1- errata Debilitg, Diseases . of
neys, anti all diseases arising
. .
from a aiiorderal Liver or Stomdch,
Such as Constipation,, Inward Piles, Fulness
orßlpod to the Head,Acidity of the Stomach,
.Ig.anses,-ileartbni - n,Pignst for Food,Fu/-
'or weiglit in' the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pitof the Stomach, Swimming
of the Head, Hurried and Diffi-
Pcolt Breathing, Fluttering at;the Efeait,Chnk
iSitffoctlting sensations when is iy
t'''',i'WC:l3oiedis,:'DiratteLsA of Visitm,”DoU or
Webs before the Sight, Fever and dull
Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Per- •
spiration, Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes,Pain in the Side, Back;
Chest,•timbs, &c., Sudden Flushes of Heat,
13ririiiit in the Flesh, Constant Imagi
nings of Evil, and great Depressions
of Spirits.
iIOOFLA2r - BeS GERMAN BITTEBS 1
Are nnt, i.aeo ,and untried article, but have
stood the test of fifteen years trial by the
American 'public ; and their reputation 'and
sale, are not rivaled, by any similar prepara- U.
Con.
proprietors have tkousands of Letters
fieminent'ke most eminifi ".
ftriERGYItIEN, -
LAW YERS.
PHYSICIANS, and
CITIZENS.
-).± - islifying of their own personal'-knowledge, TI
to the beneficial effects and medical virtues of
these Bitters.
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS
TILE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS.
IVe tell the attention dell having relations
or friends in the army to the fact that "HOOF-
LAND'S German Bitters" will cure nine tenths
the:: diseases_ induced. by exposure's and
privations incident to camp lice. In the lists,
'published almost daily in the newspapers, on
, :thoarrivalof-the sick; it will be noticed that
‘a'Avery large - proportion .are suffering from de-
bility. Every case of that kind can be read
ily. cured by lloofland's German Bitters.—
Tlsenses resulting from disorders of the diges
tive organs are speedily removed. We have
,no hesitation in stating that, if these Bitters
Ivere freely used among our soldiers, bun- .
tlie'ds of lives might be saved that other
'wise trill be lost.
We call, particular attention to the follow
;ing remarkable and well authenticated cure
ilof one of the nation's heroes, whose life, to
11l(e7,.his own language, "has' been saved by
the Bitters :"
PITIGADELPIIII, Aug. 23, 1863.-
Msssns. JoNr.s BVA-Ka.—Well, gentlemen,
[your Iloolland German Bitters has saved my
There is no mistake in this. It is
'vouched _for..by. numbers of my- comrades,
Ationnti'otiihose names are appended, and who
were fully conizant of all the circumstances
of my case. I am, and have been for the last
foneyears, a member of Shermau's celebrated
battery, and under the immediate com
mand of Capt. R. B. Ayres. -I Through the
exposure attendant upon my arduous duties,
I whs - attacked in November last with infiam
ation of the lungs,- and was for seventy-two
days in the hospital. - This was followed by
great debility, heightened by an attack of
dysenterY.l was then removed from the
W„hite Hk
ou," itnd sent to, this city on board
theSteamer."State - of Maine," fr3tri which 1
landed on the 28th ofJune. Since that time
. havelbeetrithOnt as low as any one could'be
and still retain a spark of vitality. For a
week or more,l. was scarcely able to swallow
anything. and if I'did force a morsel down, it
was immediately thrown up again.
l'erkildnot even keep a glass of water on
my stomach. Life could not last under such
circumstances; and, accordingly the physi
cians who bad been working faithfully, tho'
unsuccessfully, to rescue me from the grasp
.of the dread Archer, frankly told me they
could do na More for me,.- and advised me to
see a clergyman,, and to make such disposi
r4ion;of my limited funds as best suited me.
An acquaintance who visited me at the hos
vital, Mr. Frederick Steinbron, Of Sixth below
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 I am now, thank God for it, getting bet
ter. Though 1 have taken but two bottles, I
have gained ten pounds, and I feel sanguine
"af being permitted to. rejoin my wife and
_daughter, from whom I have heard nothing
!for, eighteen months ; for, gentlemen,l am a
loyal. Virginian, from the vicinity f Front
To your invaluable Bitters I owe the
certainty of life which has taken the place of
vague fears—to your Bitters will I owe tire
gloriOus privilege of again clasping , to my
Ihtostitis, those who-are dearest to mo in like.-!
Yerp truly. yours, ISAAC MALONE.
We fully "concur in the truth of the above
!statement, as we had despaired of seeing our
comrade, Mr. Malone, restoied to health.
John Cuddleback, Ist New York Battery.'
CeOrge A. Ackley, Co. C, 11th Maine. .
Lewis Chevalier, 92d New York.
1. E. t Spencer, Ist Artillery, Battery F. •
• J.B.,Fabewell, Co. B, 2d. Vermont.
Henry B. Jerome, Co. 8,. do.
Henry 'P. Macdonald, Co. C, Gth Maine.
John.F: Ward, Co. E, sth Maine.
Herinan - Roch, Co. 11, - nd New York.
.Nathaniel B. Thomas. Co. F, 95th Penn.
Andiew J: Kimball, Go. A, 3d Vermont,
Johll4erskins, Co. B. 106th Penn.
BEWAREOF COUNTEAFEITS
, • .
- See thafthe , signature of "0: M. JACKSON,"
is on the WRAPPER of each bottle.
Price per Bottlel7s Cents,
• or Illatf.Doz.for $4 00.
- Should your nearest druggist not have the
'article; do not 'be.put offby any of the intox
icating preparations that maybe offered in its
place, hnt send to us; and. we will - forward,
-securely paelid i 'by express. --'
'PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY .
- N0.:631 Arch Street, • -
JONES. & E V ANS.
(Successors to C. M. JACKSON & C 0., -
PROPRIETORS
tra sale by Druggists and Dealers in every
town in the United states.
I "- '
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OLD AMERICA BEHIND.
GROG MRS
34IINDICE,
IMMEMiI
:E °VISIONS.
1111
LASSMIRE COLW ELL
AVING e tered into a Co-Partnership are
prepared: to furnish all goods l their
eat --
= • nable Rates
•
ae keep constantly on hand a large and
elf !selected assortment of
0 ING HYSON,
OLD! H:ySON,
ARS:
ROTVN,. 'LIGHT BRO WS, AND
.1
COFFEE:
10, JAVA,. UNION, RYE, &C. &c-
L SPICE,
PEPPER,
CLACKERS,';
MEL
Tait,
HOULDERS,
CLOVER, AND
ON
! AND
OLASSES,
SYRUP,
[IEESE,
OXING ES, AND
ALL;' KINDS.
PLO - 074 by the . Harrel, Half
T4ariel,,and:Sack.
uckwheat Flour by the Sack
Peed by the Hundred.
In fact, everything kept in a good grocery
Store. PRODUCE taken in exchange land
CASH.not refused. " .
11 Goode Delivered toitlei the Iforouglt
FREE OF CHARGE.
.KALAsslintre
COatriritniokpril 43; 1803.
• rti
MEER
AND
And of the
Very Best Quality
.13LACK, AND
JAPAN TEAS
WHITE.
CINNAMON,
RAISINS,
HAMS
TIMOTHY SEED
' . NAILS
PICKLES,
CANDLES,
KEROSENE,
LEMONS,
SOAP,
FRUIT of
=II
PENSIONS. BOUNTIES, BACK PAY, WAR CLAIMS;
OWNS FOR ,INDENINITY,
tja. , *art;-:bstE3yeitis lc: Co.,
Attorneys-414LamiandSolicitors
FOR
ALL KINDS OF MIL4ARY CLAIMS,
411 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C.
`--.This firm, hustlagAth ongtyknowledge of
the Pension business, andlbeingfainiliZwith
the practice in all the Departments of Gorerri
ment, believe that they can afford greater fa
cilities to Pensiou.bounty and otherClaima.nts,
for the prompt and successful accomplishment
of business entrusted to them, than any other
firm in-Washington-- They .desire. to, secure
such - nn amount of-this bnsineSsitiwilf`ens.ble
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 Ten Dollars for
Officers and Five Dollars far Privates, for each
Pension, Bcianty, ox 7 Backl Pay -Omitted, and
ten per=cent.-on amount of Claims for Slithery
Supplies, or Claims for Indemnity.
. * * *Soldiers enlisted since the Ist of March.
1861, in any kind of service, Military or Naval,
who are disabled by disease or wounds, are
entitled to Pensions. All] soldiers who serve
for two years, or _during Ithe war, should it
tanner close; will be eiatitieTtci $lOB Bounty.
Widows of soldiers who ale or are killed, are
entitled to $lOO bounty. 'if ihereibe no widow
then the minor children ; I,then the father, mo
ther, Sisters, or brothers are entitled as abate.
. Washington, D. 0...„1862.
* 4- Apply - at our-Office, or to our'Associate
at ()away°, Potter county, Pa.—JAMES H.
GRAVES, Esq.,-who baj-just returned from
: Washington. D. C., and supplied with. all
the latest blanks issued under the late insti-ite
dons; and will fill them up for'all who have
been so unfortunate as to require an applica
tion. Office in "Regulator Store " • ,
ESTABLISHED 1760.
PETER LORILLARD,
Snuff & Tobadeo Manufacturer
16 and 18. Chambers St.,
(Formerly 42 Chatham Street,Yew York.)
Would call the .attention of Dealers to the
articles of his manufacture, viz.;
• BROWN ORM.
Macaboy, DetaigTos,
Fine Rappee, - - Pare Virginia,
Coarse Rappee, Nachitoches,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen
YELLOW MIFF.
Scotch, ' HoneY, Dew Scotch,
High Toast Scotch, Freih Honey,Dew Scotch
Irish High Toast, - 1 Fresh Scotch,
Lundyfoot. 1
* * *Attention is called to the large redne
tion in prices of Fine 7 Cut Chewing and Smok
ing Tobaccos, which will be found of a Supe
rior quality.
TOBACCO
&VOICING. FINE CET CHEWING. - SECOEING.
Long, P. A.L., or plain. S.Jago,
No. 1, Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish,
No. 2, Sweet Scented Oronoco, Canester,
Nos. 1 & 2 mixed, Turkish
Granulated. Tin Foil Cavendish.
N. B.—A circular of prices will be sent on
application.—Ap Sly
For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs, Froths
in Furs, Woolens, &c. • Insects on Plants, Fowls,
Animals, &c.
Put up in 25e. 50e. and $l.OO Boxes, Bottles,
and Flasks, $3 and $5 Sizes for Hotels, Public
Institutions,' &e.
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to, the Human Family."
"Rats come out of Their boles to die."
* * *Sold Wholesale in all large cities. .
4 * *Sold by all Druggists, and Retailers every
where.
* * * !I I Beware ! !of all worthless imitations
* * *See that "Cosria's" name is on each Box,
Bottle and Flask, before you buy.
* * *A d d Tess Llenry R. Costar,
* * *Principal Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y.
*. *Sold by
P 4 A. STEBBINS, & Co.,
Wholesale & Retail Agents, Coudersport, Pa.
atrbJ ilatlttg,s
TIE undersigned ~could respectfully inform
the surrounding Community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
S. Mann, where he is prepared ko do
All ? kinds of Harn6ss 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, Hames, and
Hame•straps, &c., kept constalitly on. band.
The public-are' invited to call and examine,
before purchasing else . tvhere.
'• S. P. DIMI..kR.
Coadersport Oct. 16th, 1860..
1 - 1,000
rounds of
WOOL
Wanted Immo a tell?'
AT
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C. JONES.
"Dissolution of Partnership.
TREpartuerslaipbe tofore existing between
the undersigned nder the firm name of
OLMSTED t t KELLY Is this day dissolved by
mutual consetif. - Per nri who have unsettled
accounts with the late firm are requested to
settle-with-H;-J.olrnited-to-whottr all - debts
due the firm will be ppid. •
The business will he conducted by - IT:J.
OLMSTED,:who has purchased the entirein
terest of his• late-partner, and who Solicits a
continuance of the &bile patronage.
- ;:. : - 7 ' .: _ . . 7 .,' -. - 8. D. - /tai'LLY.: ~"
H. J. OLMSTED,
Coudersport, Pa.., Jilly, 7, 1863
COSTAWS_VE. IC
41 px3FAMINATort, at
r.,.-, --....':..-_:.L'i..:IOITBBINEP
SQLDIERS,
A.. - wilci-gava Bens noNouniar,,ntscnian#P..
i
tops cotorrair4na i on'in*Filitirrioi., • r -
Wes:DEPART/trod,
PatIVOST MARSHAL GSNICSAL , 8
torige . H, '
.
WASHINGTON, D. C. June. -
Nover.—The . b& publisbo
as a. hand-bill or notice, by ,every Distract
gior c at Marshal, with such alterationsas he
Italy think particularly, suited to his diStrint.
Tile object being to hasten and encourage en
listments in the Invalid Uorps.
• J All F-51 &TRY,
Provost Marshal deneral.
MEN WANTED FOR TIIE 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
Oirps' of Honor. Enlistments will be for
three years unless sooner discharged. Pay
and allowances same as for officers and men
of the 'United States Infantry; except - that no
prPrnintas or bounty for enlistment 'will be
allowed, This will- not invalidate any pen
sions,or bounties :which - . may be . d.up for pre
vious.services..' ' •
The following uniform hap been adopted
for oflicerS'and'rnen - of the Invalid Corps :
FOR OFFICERS: Frock coatof sky blue
cloth, with dark blue velvet collar and coifs •,'
in all 'other respects, according to:the present
pattern for officers of•infanfry. ; •
Shoulder straps—According to present reg
ulations, but worked on dark blue velvet.
Pantaloons,,,Of sky-blue cloth, with doub
le stripe of dark ,blue- cloth down the outer
seam, each stripe one . half inch wide,' with
space between of three• r etglits of an inch.
Forage cap—Present regulation.
For ENLISTED MEN:—Jacket-of sky blue
kersey,2with dark blue .trimmings, cut like
the cavalry jacket, to come well down: on t r he
-abdomen.
trewsers—Present regulation, sky blue.
. - •
Forage cap—Present regulation. • i
Men who are still in service and unable to
perform effective field duty, may lie transferr
ed to this corps.
Medical Inspectors, Surgeons in charge of
MiWary Commanders, and all oth
ers baling anthority to discharge, under ex
isting laws and regulations, are bidden to
grant discharges to any men under their'con
trol who. may be 41 for service in the Invalid
Corps. - • ! I
For the convenience of service, the men
will be selected for three different gradeS of I
duty. Those who are most efficient and able
bodied, and capable of performing duty 14c ,
etc., will be armed with muskets, and assign
ed to companies of the First
.I3attallion.—
Those of the next degree of efficiency, includ
ing those who have lost a band or an' aim,
and the least effective, including those who
have lost a foot or a leg, to the companiei of
the Second or Third Battalions ; they will be
armed. with swords.
'The duties will be chiefly to act as provost
guards and garrisons for cities; gnards' 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
ular Service, or of the Invalid Corps, to ad
minister
the oath of - enlistment to those men
who have completely fulfilled the prescribed
conditions of admission to the Invalid Corps,
viz :
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
honorably discharged.
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, j
• Capt. W. W. WHITE,
Provost Marshal, 18th District, Pa.
PROVOST lIMISLIAL'iI OFFICE,
Williamsport, June 17, 1893.
M. W. MeALARNEY,
Provost - Marshal for Potter Co.
Coudersport, Pa., July 20, 1863
„=Ol,
110441
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WATCHMAKER.
C. H.-WARRINER!
Continues to repair CLOCKS, WATCHES and
JEWELRY in Coudersport, and keeps con
stantly on band and for sale a good assort
!
nient•of
•
Clocks,'
Watches, and _
Jewelry
Of the Teri- best quality. Also, ,
PLATED WARE, • SPECTACLES.
VIOLIN STRINGS, REVOLVERS, &c.
Also, a full supply of
Fishing Tackle .
which he is selling at the lowest prices for
cash Every article sold warranted to be as
represented.
- Shop on Main Street, two doors north of
P. A. Stebbins IL Co's Store, at the sign of the
u Big Watch?
AT • ,
OLMSTED $ KELLY'S
:Q TORE can always be fou!nd the best of
1 , ..7 Cooking, - Box and parlor
T 0 V E
Also, TIN and SUET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, :SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS:, Also,
. Agrioultuial -Implemental
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, , HORSE-RAKES,
DOG-P,OWERS, •-• . , •
,
THEIR WORK
is well made and the material good. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put uplin any
part of the County.;-Terms easy. Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. , Aug. 1, 1150.-50
Administrator's Notice'.'
WHF.,I3.EAS, letters of,administration ,on
'the estate of ADA YOHE,latelof Ab
bott township, Potter county, dec'd, lia*e been
granted to the underSigiied,all permits indebt
ed,t6 Bard' estate are requested to rnakeimme ,
diate payment and theie having Claims against
the same', will present them dulyatithenicated
to the sabearibers".• - - •
ELIZABETH TOFES, lofixorte
Abatfi Inc
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1..
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• • 1 •, •
:• •
utmirs
. t
GREAT!
FOR RITEUMATIS i,.GOVT, NEURALGIA,
LUMBAGO, STI NECK AND JOINTS,
SPAINS, BRUISI S, WOUNDS AND
CUTS, PILE:, ftEADACEIE,
AND ALL It: EUMATIC AND
NERVOUS DISORDERS.
For all of which it, is a speedy and certain
remedy, and never ils. This Liniment
I ti.
is
prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
Sweet, oft twmectic t, the famolis bone set
ter, and has been , sed in his practice for
more than'twenty ye, ra with the most aston
ishing success. 1
on: Or; PAIN; it is un-_
atiorl before 'the:public,
skeptical may be con
ial.
cure' rapidly and radio._
rders pf every kind, and
where it has teen used
.wn to fail.
'ASAN ALLEVI
.. •
rivaled' by,any prep:
of which the most
vinced by .s - singlit.
This Liniment wil
tally, Rheumatic .Dis ,
in thonSands orcase
it hai neVer been'hn
-FORNEURALGIA
ate relief in, every ca
It will) relieVe th.
ACRE in three min
do it.
TOOTHACHE els
FOR NERVOUS
ERAL LASSITITDE
or excess, this Lini,
unfailing remedy.
nervous tissues, it s
the system, and re
vigor. •
FOR PILES.—As
claim that it is the
lenge the world to I
victim: of this dist
give it a trial, for
immediate relief, a
will effect a radical
QUINSY AND SC
times extremely in
but a timely applici
never fail to cure.
SPRAINS are s
and enlargement d
occur if neglected.
conquered by this
days. ,
BRUISES;; _CDT
ULCERS, Bt RNS I
fly to the wonderful
SWEET'S LNFALJ
used according to
BLAINS, FROSTI
BITES AND !STING
, it wilt afford immedi
'se, hawever distressing_
worst cases of HEAD
tes and is warranted to.
it will Mire instantly.
DEBILITY' AND GEN
arising &dm imprudence
eat is a most happy and
cling directly upon the
'lengthens and.revivifies
ores lit to elasticity and
an external remedy, we
eat kiionn, and we chal
rOdtice an equal. Every
M essing complaint should
t will not fail to afford
d in a. majority , of cases
nre.
REITHROAT are some
lignant and dangerous
tion of this Liniment will
!metimes very obstinate,
'f the joints is liable to
The iworst cases may be
Lininiejat in two or three
IS, WOUNDS, SORES,
ND SCALDS, yield read
, healing properties of DR.
ABLE LINIMENT, when
'directions. Also, CHIL-
D FEET, AND INSECT
S.
Dr.'' Step* ,sreee,
Natural Bone Bette
of Connecticut, the Great
Dr. Stephen Swe '
all over . the Daited i
Dr. Stephen Swee
thor of "Dr. §weet
Dr; Sweet'. Tnfal
matism and never
, of Connecticut, is known
States..
I j of Connecticut, Is the an
s
e _al .ni b y l ,e a n Liniment."
Liniment
cureseu
"
•
ails. • .
lible Liniment Is h certain
ia.
_Dr;''Sweee's Infa
remedy for I.%Tearal !
Dr. Sweee.t Infal
and Scalds iinmed
Dr, Sueec's Infa
knovn remedy, for
Dr. &pee., Infal
ache immediately al
Dr. sweet's infal!
dirge relief for Pile:
Dr. Sweet's !Val
ache in one minnt
ible Liniment Cures Burns
lible Liniment Is the bes
Sprains and Broisest
ible Liniment Cures Head
was' never known to fail.
'big Liniment Affords imme
~ and seldom fails to cure
idle Liniment Cures Tooth
lible Liniment Cures Cuts
lately and leaves no scar.
title Liniment Is the, best
the known world.
Dr. Szced.r Inf.
and Wounds imme
Dr. Sweet's,
remedy for Sores i
Dr. Sweefi Injal
by more than a
praise it. I
Dr. Sweetie Inja
nallycures Cplic;q
r ible LcnimentHas been used
million, people; and • all
- I -
lible Liniment Taken inter
olera Ilerb us and Cholera.
i allglej Liniment Is truly a
and every family should
Dr. Sweet'. In
'Friend in need,'
have it at hand.
Dr. Seceetrs
all Druggi4s. P
lible Liniment Is for sale by
co 20 and 50 cents: .
A Friend
*DB. SWEET'S
j
- a
as n external re
dill allevidte pal]
other prepriration
Nervous Disorder
as a curative fo
Bruises, &d., its e
erful strengthnin
wonder and .ast
ever given it a
certificatesiof re
it within the last
A Need. Try it.
DIFA!LLIBLE LINIMENT,
liedy, is without a rival, and
n more speedily than any
. Por i • all Rheumatic and
is it i§ truly infallible, and
r Sores, Wounds, Sprains
oathing, - healing and pow
propbrties, excite the just
rnishnient of all who • bave
trial. Over one thousand
larkatile cures performed by
two,years, attest the fact..
TO H•rse Purnets ! •
RIB. SWEET — "INF. LLIBLE LINIMENT
FOR HORSES is nnrivalled by any, and •in
all cases of Lam ness arising from Sprains,
Bruises or Wren hipg.= its effect is magical
and .certain.. arness or Saddle Galls,
Solitehes,l Man e, &b., it will also cnre
speedily ! Spavin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented tad tarred in their incipient
stages, but cone •med bases are beyond the
possibilltYlof a RADICAL/ CURE/ No case of the
kind, however, is so desperate or hopeless
but it may be aMeviated by this• Liniment,
and its faithful pplidation will alwnys re
move-the Lameness i add enable the horses to'
travel With comparative ease. 1
Every Horse OwAer.
.
shoed ,have this remedy at .hand, for its
timely use' at the first, appearanm. of Lame
ness will eifeetutilly prevent those formidable
diseases, to which all lcirses are liable, and
whibh render 86 many otherwise valuable
horses-neariT worthless.
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m. SIffEET'SS :
1 1 1 .
INFALLI LE LINIMENT,
. •
IS THE
. SO DTR's FRIEND,
And thousands lave fel/ad it truly; •
A Fr *lid!
no avoid imposition, observe
!ad likeness of Dr. Stepben
bel, & also "Stephen. Snreet's
era" blown. in tbo glass of
,oat Which aerie aregennine.
RIO AR 4 CO.
Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
'LLEN r General;Agents,
146 Cliff Street, New York.
deidersemrplem 1116
Sweet qn every.
Intsllible"ldaim ;
each bottle, wit!
?ORGAN &
* * *Sold by a
~
,ffir
. eta's egnence : ofii iqfo
ide pitir paper
- Angnst'26th, signed: br - g - tertaiii:Wen :
Itadde- supposed to he Wat:7lladd4-Alte-gita
perineendent and Cashier of the-Penandrftia
Land and Farm Arsodation oterda ft a*. Maas
county;this 1; Charles ilnitiorotOtrigthit
county, offer the
gneranteeintan tuadisiptitttle and warranted
title to-Alia
thereof - ' • ' ‘"
r.
.
MIEI
A.Ceitairi trail — Orient near.: .thet,4emania
Mill warrant No: 501'5;s Ahliett tow4lap i
Potter o:ol,l'a t , c6ptaining neres.-lirsoi
25 Acres in warrant No. 5078, edjoi/OF the
• -
L_ghtliA
Acertain tract of Jana frith .mill and 11133 J
provements tbereou,_ near Kettle .
warrant No. 5819„ Stewartson to,qnsthpoon
taining about 204 acres. l „ srirraiat
2:101; Gaines:township, Tietp.county; ottAltel
road leadingfrßai - Germania
Mining 8.10 ,
REniuttY
Also, several full, warrants in, thetn,wsnTihips
of Jackson, West Branel3, Abbot, ':andASlttly-"'
artson, in Potter county;
MA'S 13110 . 130,L ,
Germania, Potter Co., Pa, Aug. : 26,3.664,
- GRILMANIA, Potter Co., Pa.;-4iig...14 1863..
NOTICE is hereby given that ,Chisileißil4'
stior, now or late of thii.kortitty,iaildtig;
the following described - property, has not get
paid any consideration whatever for_thelsitm
and all persons are hereby, warnednot'to`piir
chase any of said property nf the saidliesffos
before the decision of :the Court is_giTen iyY
I this case and C. Bushor._has ,paid tire
consideration money theiefore.,
The following is the property: . _
Ist. A certain trace of land near the ,Qpr...
mania in warrant 5 . 075, .d.hbot toWnstuf,
Potter county, Pa., containing_ 100 acr
I Also 25 nor,* in warrant's97.B:arid adjoining
the above • 1' •
2nd... A certain tract of land, with'3filffind,
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, In
warrant 5819, Stewafdsem township, Pot,teri
county, Pa., containing about 204 acres,
C. Bush or holds also in trust warrant.nd
2501, in Gaines township; Tioga-county,
on the road leading from Germania I to Gaines;,
containing 850 acres. ,t, • -
WM. 11ADDE..,
eeit)W, > 6. ofe 2,21
04.22% of it a~rm?aL
/
the Buffalo ISTerOautile Collo&
CORNER OF MAIN AND -SENECA SiREETS,:=
Is an important link in; theINTERNATION•
AL CHAIN of CollegesOocated in .
NEW YORK CITY, :PHILADELPH4,
BROOKLYN, • ALBANY,
TROY, - !CLEVELAND,
DETROIT, • !CHICAGO, ' • '
-TORONTO, 'PROVIDENCE,
PORTLAND, 'SAINT LOWS.
A Scholarship issued•from the Buffalo Col
lege, entitles the holder to attend either or ell
the Ccilleges for an unlimited time. • '
The Design of these Institutions,is to impart
to young men and Indies, a thorough, Pratt
cal business education, . • N -
- THEORETICAL :`DEPARTMENT.
In this department students receive 'thorns
instruction in the rudiments of Penmanship,
Rook-Keeping,Mathernatics,Cornrnerchil LAW.
PRA C TWA L, DEPA R DIEN . T.'
Here the student buyli3 and sells lkiereball.
dice, Stocks, 'Real Estate, as in tieing.]
business. Two Banks have been establiehid
in this department, whiO enables the attident
to deposit his cash, get his paper discoitpted,
and transact all business incidentatto e. ieh.
• „ .
era! trade. • -
TELEGIIATEING.
Students may become good operators holt
n a short time.
,The Spettcerian SystCm of Penmanship, is
aught by competent and experienced teachers
Scholarship, nayablein advance, $4O.
College open dayat d evening :no vacation.
Resident Principal et; Buffalo, J. C. Baran,
For,fctrther information '
• itlease call allies
Coßees rooms, or send for Catalogue and Cdr•
cular enclosing letter stamp. Address
BRYANT ds STRATTPN,
Buffalo,' .I;L-
MEE subscriber offers the whole of. the.fola
IL lowing described tracts of land at privatd l
salP.- The property wilt be sold in a body'or
in separate tracts, as pilrehaSeis may deans.
It is in one of the finest lumbering andlartaz
lug districts of this orladjoining connties,a4
will be sold at a very -reasonable price:
' No. 1. A Ara ct of Two Hundred. and Sit
acres, Sixty acres of; which 'are imPraied,
bounded by lands of Martin Bartmp, Bensle.fa
Horton, and the Sinumalioning
.rbich are erected one Frame. House /
FraMe Barn, one Frame Shed; Apple.
Pear, and Plum Trees, and also A firm -lcit,id"
Pine, Oak 'and Hemlock 'Timber. A a i irio*
at the door,'And the Sinnemall'Oning
Fork of the First Fork creeks running thfc44o
it. Situate in Wharton township.
No. 2. One Hundred — and Tiventy-tive
acres of Timber land, situate np the, Nelpqn
run in Wharton township: - '
No. 3. Also Sixty-Seven Acres of Ti • Mlidit
Land up-Hunter run, Adjoining Smith Bro'd,
about Two acres of which are improvea„;•on
which are' erected oner!Log Hotise,-Aituttfdla
Wharton tavruship. ',
No. 4. One other lot of Timber Land IL=
truing Seventy-Six acre; np Benaleys Horn*
in Wharton township. ; : 17's
No. 5. One othet Tot Of Timber Land i con.
Mining One Hundied and Fifty 'Acres, sittiirtii
up Nag Hollow on which 'are ereetetriiiol
Frame ETOI7 and one.Lo,gHouse,With'ii
den and two or three fine springs of watertla
Whaiton'township. ' • • •• -•--
No: 6. He will also sell the undividedlinif
of a tract of Four acres of land, - bounded by
lands of2os. L. Nelson and Ibe.,Sinnemsho
ning creek, on which Are erected one. fine levet
WATER SAW-MILL; known : A the,' 941a1
Mill," and also a Dwelling House,- situate. ire
Wharton_township. 1
Ile : will also' sell the following personal pro! ,
party, to wit:- One Span of Horses, Ying f
One Sleigh, Four Cows.. Sevens Yearli
Seven Calves:
Wharton, June lf, 1869- , „:,
LANAS FOR SU cIOL:DIRECTORS I It
.11J reqtrired by the' &hoof, Lavt. tbat..iert
annual statement of the'sehool . faacts be laid*
'out, and, ten written . dr printed
this 'statentent . be"posted tip in the - distrieti--- -
%*We. haie lately printed • a lot of 144‘illi
-suitable for . this purpose. Cid *ad zit
a stock . : . aprls • .-;_
QAPONIFIER I The ~B ig- T hie et tin Seitili
for sale at- • " 43TEBBENIF"
Notice.
PENMANSHIP
=1
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: