The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, November 11, 1863, Image 4

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- - Not-Alcoholic.
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE EXTRACT
A Pure Tonic.
Dr: go Ofland*
German'::Bitteks,-
PREPARED tY
Dr. C., M. Jackson, Philada.Pa.
WILL EETECTUALLY CUB.
LIV7Oft COMPLAINT,
.Drsrusla,
Chronic or Arervous Debility, Diseases of
~theKidneys, all diseases arising
from a disordered Liver or Stomach,
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness
orElocltrithellead,Aoidity of the Stomach,
Viiinies, Heartburn, Disgust fort Food,Ful
ness- or weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the Head, (Hurried and Dila-
Cullßreathing;Eluttering at the'Heart,Chok
ing,or Suffocating sensations when in a ly
ing posture, Dimness of Vision; Dots or.,
. Webs before the Sight, Fever and dull s ,
Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Per-.
spiration, Yellowness of the Skin
anti Eyes,Pain in the Side,Back,
Chest; Limbs,- Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh, ConStant Imagi
nings of Evil, and great Depressions
of Spirits.
1100FLAND'S GERMAN BITTEBS I
Are . not a - ness 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
tion.
The proprietors have thousands of Letters
froin the most eminent
CLERGYMEN,
' LAWYERS.
PHYSICIANS, and
. • _ CITIZENS.
TeStifying of tbeir own personal knowledge,
to the beneficial eftects and medical virtues 09
tame Bitters.' .
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS f
AND THE FRIENDS OF 'SOLDIERS
We call the attention of all having relations
or friends in the army to the fact that "HOOF-j
'AND'S German Bitters" v.-ill cure nine tenths
1
of the diseases induced by exposures and!
privations incident to camp liCe. in the lists, ,
published almost daily in the newspapers, on
l
the arrival of the sick, it will be noticed thati
a very' large proportion arc suffering from de
bility.! Every case of that kind can be read
ily cured by Hootia.ud's German Bitters.
Diseases resultifig from disordqs of the dige.
live organs are speedily removed. - We hal
no hesitation in stating that, if these Bitter
were freely used amang our soldiers, hun
dreds of lives might be saved that other
wise will be lost. .
We call particular l attentionsto the follow
ing remarkable and Well authenticated cur•
of one of t'ae nation's heroes ' whose life, t.
use his own language, "has, been saved b
the Bitters :'
PurLanstrina, Sag. 23, 1863.
Messes. Jots "k gentlemen
- your llooll*nd German Bitters has saved o
n 1
life. There is n mistake in this. It
vouched• for by numbers of my comrades i ,
801110 of whose names are appended, and who
were fully onizant of all the circumstance
of my case, - I am, and have been for the last
four years/ a member of Sherman's celebrat ed battery, ilad under the immediate coil
wand of Capt. IL B. Ayres. Through tit
exposure intendant upon my arduous duties,
I was attacked in November last with halo*
ation of the lungs, and was for seventy-twO
days in this hospital. This was followed b l y .
great debility, heightened by an attack at
dysentery.; was' then removed from the
White noose, and sent to this city on board
the Steamer "State of Maine," from which d
landed on - the 28th of June. Since that time
'Chive been about as low as any one could be
and still retain a spark of vitality. For a l
week ormore I was scarcely able to swalloW l i
anything, and if I did force a morsel dowa, it
-was immediately thrown up again. •
0 I could not even keep a glass of water op
my stomach. Life could not last, under such
circumstances ; and, accordingly the physi
cians who had been working, faithfully, tho'
unsuccessfully, to rescue me from the grasp
of the dread- Archer, frankly told me they
could do no Mote for me, and advised me to
•see a clergymaii, - and 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 below
Arch Street, advised me, its 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 . have taken but two bottles,
base gained ten pounds, and 1 feel sanguine
.of being- permitted to rejoin my Wife and
daughter, from whom I have heard nothing
for eighteen months ; for, gentlemen,l am P.
.loyal Virginian, from the vicinity o Front
Royal. To your invaluable Bitters I owe the
certainty of life which has taken the place of
%nue:hays—to your Bitters will I owe ttte
- glorious privilege of again clasping to my
bosom those who are dearest to me in life.
; Very truly yours, ISAAC MALONt.
We fully, concur in the truth*.of the above
statement, as we had despaired of seeing our
comrade, Ur. Malone, restored to health. "
,
John Cuddleback, Ist 3 , .Zew York Battery.
George A. -Ackley, Co. C, 11th Maine.
Lewis Cheyalier, 92d New York. -
I.
E. Spencer,lst Artillery, Battery F.
i. J. B. Farewell, Co. B. 2d Vermont.
Henry B.'Jernme, Co. B, do.
Heutyl. Macdonald, Co. C, 6th Maine.
John F. Ward, Co. E, sth Maio°
n Herman Koch, Co. U, 72d New York.
Nathaniel B. Thomas. Co. I', 95th Penn.
Andrew J. Kimball, Co: A, 3d Vermont,
John Jenkins, Co. B. 106th Perm.
„T3EVARE OP COUNTERFEITS
_Seethittthe signatpre of "C. M. JACKSON,"
ss On'the WHAM= of each bottle.
Price per Bottle - 75 Cents,
or Malt' Doz for $4 00.
7 : Should your nearest drugiist'uot have the
article, do. not be put off by fitly of their - item-
TOiting preparations that may be Offered u its .
Vice, but; send to us, and' we 'will forward,
seiurely packed, by express.'
e r#It;GI,? i AL OFFICE AND. MAIRTS;'ACTODS"
No. Gat Are,li Street,
JONES & EV, ANS ,
r: (sudeesiois to C. St. JACEON C 0.,)
PROPRIETORS:
TOR eite by Druggists end Dealers in wary
town 'l.a the Voited Akita,
, 01 t ; . 1 11
OLD
G ' iMatiRS
JAVNDICE,
PROVISIONS.
GLASSMIRE &COLWELL
LIAVING entered into a Co-Partnership are
II prepared to furnish all goods in their
line at t
Reftso4blo Rates
Thep keep constantly on hand a large and
well selected assortment of ,
YOUNG HYSON,
OLD HYSON,
SUGARS :
.B1?OrN, LIGHT BROWIT, AND
COFFEE:
RIO, J4V.AZUNIO.II 7 , RYE, &c., &c.
ALLSPICE,
PEPPER,
CRACKERS, ii=
FISH .
FORK,
SHOU I LDERS,
CLOVER, AND
IRON i
i
1
AND
MOLASSES,
SYRUP,
J PICKLES,
C HEE§E,
ORANGES, AND
ALL KINDS.
PLOtrit, by the Barrel, Bali
Barrel, and Sack.
Buckwheat :Flour by the Sick.
*eed by the.. Hundred.
In fact, everything kept' in a good . Grocery
Stisre. PRODUCS taken In .exchange
CASH not refused.
AU goods Delivered within the Borough
. .
. FREE OF CHARGE
N. If. GLASSIER); G. W. COLWELL.
Cosiderrpow, April 6, tsn.
IMMEI
AND
end of I)le
Very Best Quality.
BLACK, AND
JAPAN TEAS.
WHITE.
CINNAMON,
RAISINS,
HAMS,
TIMOTHY SEED
NAILS
CANDLES,
KEROSENE,
LEMONS,-
SOAP,
FRUIT of
=lE4l==
PENSIONS, BOUNTIE ,
..fAND.ELAIMS
SievtArt.
MEI
Altoriteps:'.it=
Mil
ALL KINDS OF
411, Penns,ylvD,,ni,..3
the Th P i e s i!si rth eib b n a Ln in e k s
the practice in all th e
meat, believe that tl
cilities to Pension,b ,J
for the prompt and s,
of business en truste
firm:iriXnsltington
such an amount of t
'them to execute the. business - for each claimant
very cheaply, and tin the basis of their pay
.contingent upon theiFiffecess in each case.
• * * *Their charges will be Teri Dollar., for
o.ffi:rfra and fire,Doilat.i for Priratcs, for each
Pensionßonlity, 'Pack PayTobtaincdcand
ten percent: on imitiunt cif Clainii - for Miliinry
Supplies, or Claims for Indemnity.
* * *Soldiers enlisted since the Ist of March.
1861, in any kind ofservice, Military or Naval,
who are disabled by disease .or wounds, are
entiilsd to Pensions. All soldiers who serve
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. II therabe no Widow
then the minorclaildrea; then the father, mo
ther, sisters, or brothers are entitled as above.
Washington, D, 0.. 18G2.
* * *Apply nt our office, or to our Associate
at Oswayo, Potter county, Pa.—JAMES H.
GRAVES, Esq., who has just returned-from
Washington, D. C., and is supplied with all
the latest blanks Issued under the Arta instruc
tions; and will fill them up for all who have
been so unfortunate as to require an applica,
tion. Office in I'lleguL4or Store " ,
ESTABLISHED 1760.
PETER Lortn.LARD,
Snuff & Tobacco Manufacturer,
• - 16 and IS Chambers St.,. -
(Formerly 42 Chatham Street, Yew roil.)
Would call the attention of 'Deaths to the
articles of his manufacture, viz.;
BROWN SNITFP.
Demigros,
Itacaboy,
Fine Itappee, Puie Virginia,
Coarse Itappee, Nachitoches,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen
YELLOW SNUFF.
Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch,
High Toast Scotch, Fresh.HoneyDew Scotch,
Irish high Toast, Fresh Scotch,
or Luntlyloot; -
*..*Attention i 3 called to the large rednc•
tion in prices of Fine-Cut Chewing and Smok
ing Tobaccos, which Will be found of a Supe
rior quality.
SMOKING. FINS CUT CHEWING. S3IOKING.
Long, P. A.L., or plain.' S.Jago,
No. 1, Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish,
No. 2, Sweet Scented Orouoco, Canaster,
Nos. 1 & 2 mixed,
Granulated. Tin Foil Cavendish
N. B.—d circular of prices will be sent on
application.—Ap 81y
For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs, Moths
in Pus, Woolens, &c. Inseets on Plants, Fowls,
Animals, &c.
Put up in 25c. 50C. and $l.OO Boxes, tOttles,
and Flasks, $3 and $5 sizes for Hotels, Public
Institutions, &c.
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come but of their holes to die.",
* * *Sold Wholesale in all large cities.
* * *Sold by all Druggists and Retailers every-
where.
*-** I ! Beware I I of all worthless imitations
*. * *See that "Cos vas" mine is on each Box
Bottle and Flask, before you bay: .
* * *Address liE enryß. Costar,
* * *Prlncipal Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y.
* * *S ol d by
STEBBINS,. & Co.,
Wholesale 'Retail Agents, Coudersport, Pa
gtily parnfoo giAl!
IriE undersigned nould respectfully inform
the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
B. Mann where he is prepared to do
_All Bann ,
of Harness Work
on the shortest notice.
LONG STRAW COLLARS. ,
also kept constantly on hand. These collars
are a superior articl6, and need but a trial to
insure their success.
Repairing done in good style
Surcingles; Martingale-rings. Homes, and
Same •stiaps, &e.; kept conito).4. oil ithrid.
The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere. •
_ s. P. AMUR
Cocdersport Oct. 16tb, 18GO.
11,000
pou,rids ! of
W .0 0 - 11 --
Wantpd Imme a tely
r • - • -
AT , .,....'.
Cr
Cr S. SZ ' . E. - A; JONES,
Dissolution of Partnership.
T'partnershipheretofore existlng'between
the undersigned under the firm name of
OLIISTEDITKELfieIr.is thiyday,dissolved by
mutual consent. Persons who hare unsettled
accounts with theiate flue are requested to
settle with H. J. Olmsted to whom all debts
due the firm will be paid.
The business will be conducted by 1 .•3.
OLMSTED:who - , has purchased the-entire In
terest of Ids lute partner, and who solicits a
coutiauanoof the public . patronage. . • '
S. D. KELLY,..
H. J. OLUSTEIY.
Coudersport, Po., Sulyl, 1863
OOSTAIVS VER3IIN' : EXTE/lIIINATOR, at
STEBBINS'
121=IMM
!. BACK PAY. wan CLAIMS.
:ieve4444'6 2, -
uvr and Solicitors
FOA.
MILITARY CLAIMS, ,
enuc, Washington, D. C.
a •thorongh knowiddge_ of
and being fratiliar with
• Departments of Govern
ey can afford greater fa
tfuty-and other Claimants,
teeessful accomplishment
to them, than any other
, They 43.esre secure
busines'as will enable_
TOBACCO
Turkish
,/k = TTRNTION, - SO DIEBS,
./L WRO EASE m6za:itosliaisq.Dl3o4.lolll%
ro(ls.9olnanjr PFFEUS T9F
- WAR. DEPARTMENT'. 1 .
ra.ovost 3lessant. Gaziatiaes
WASIIINGTON, D. C. June 11,186.1..
following' Will be!! pablialied
as :It hand-bill or notice, by every I District
Provost Marshal, with such alterations-asle
ma:3,llll)k particularly suited to his district.
The object being to hasten and enicntage : cek-
Usti:mints in the Invalid Lorna.
'JAMES B:TRY, •
Provost Marshal Gelneml.
MEN WANTED FOR THE INVALID 'FORE'S
Only those faithful soldiers 'wbb, from
wounds or the haraships of war, are ho long
er fit for field duty will he received in this
Corps of. ; Honor. Enlistments with be for
three years unless sooner dischargcid. 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 net invalidate-any pen
sions.or. bounties which may be due for pro
vions services., -
The following uniform has been adopted
for officers and men of the. Invalid Corps:.,
FOIL OFFICERS : .Frock coat of sky blue
cloth, with -dark blue velvet collar and cuffs;
in all other respects, according to the present
patteijn for officers of infantry:
Shoulder stiaps—Aecording to preSent reg
ulations, but Forked 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-etghts - of an inch.
Forake cap- Tresent regulation;
For ENLISTED MEN.--3acket of sky blue
kersey, with dark blue trlmmings, cut like
the cavalry jacket, to come well down on the
abdomen.;
Troivsqs—Present replation, sky bine.
Forage Cap—Present regulation
Men who are still in service and unable to
perform effective field duty, may be transfere
e
ed to tbis corps.
:Medical Inspectors, Surgeons in charge of
Hospitals, Military Commanders, and allinth
ers having authority to discharge' 'under ex
isting laws and regulations, ate iorbidden to
grant discharges, to any men under, their con
trol who may be fit for service in the Invalid
Corps.
For the 'convenience or service the men
will be Selected for' three different! grades of
duty. Those who ate most efficient and able
bodied,
and capable of performing duty etc.,
ctc., will be armed with muskets, and assign
ed •to companies of the First Battallion.—
Those of the next degree of efficiency, inclie
ing those who have lost a band or an a ,
and the least effective, including those who
have lost a foot or a leg, to the c nipanies of
the Second or Third Battallions • 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
,buildiogs ; 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 applican) is unfit for service in
he field.
2. That be is fit for .the duties, or some of
hem, indicated above.
3. That if not now in the service, he was
honorably discharged...
4. That he is meritorious and deserving.
Por, enlistment or furtherinformation apply
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 31,k1LSRAVS thrice,
Williamsport, June 17,1863.
111.'W.McAVARIsIEY,
Provost Marshal for Potter Co.
Coudersport, Pa., July 20, 1863
In
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WA Tell MAKE It.
C. H. WARRINER
Continues to repair CLOCKS, WATCHES and
JEWELRY in Coudersport, and keeps con
stantly on hand and for sale a good assort
nient of
Clocks,
•
Watches, and
Of thexery best quality._ Also,
PLATED WARE;
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 Streety_two doors north' of
P. A.j Stebbins & Co's Store, at the sign of the
" Big Watch."
- - . A T
/ OLMSTED W . KELLY'S
STORE cati always be found the best of
Cooking, Box and Parlor - '
T 0 V-E S•
.Also, TN and SHET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, _SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. .Also,
Agricultural Impleraents,
such 'as - PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SRELLERS, HORSE -RAKES,
DOG4POWERS, Ac,
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 alf kinds; including Cash, 'seldom refused.
• Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, COndersport. Aug. I, 1859.-50
• , Adrninistrator?s Nolte*.
i I irBEREAS ; letters of administration on
•f W . the estate of ADAM lOHE, late of Ab
bott township, Potter co ontyidee'd, have been
granted to the undersigned,sll persons indebt•
ed jp.said estate are. requested ta.make imrne
diate.payment and those having alai am.against
the same will present them duly authrimeated
to. tfie subscribers. -
I N. J. WILLS,
ELIZABETH YOZAJ Messrs.
Abbott - , Jaly 13 4 1805,
FOR -RUE I ,
LPIBAG
SPA.U4S .
i • - CUT:
. .
For all of • hich; it is a speedy and certain
remedy; an. nevei• fails. This Littiment is
prepared ._fr.m this recipe ,of Dr.: Stephen
Sweet, of Co . necticut, the famous bone - set
ter, and has been used in his practice for
more than twenty Years with the most aston
ishing success. I
AS AN-ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN, it is' un
rivaled by ay preiparation before the public,
of which the most skeptical may be coy
vineed by a eino trial.
This Liniment;will cure, rapidly and radi
cally, liheu atie Disordervof every kind, and
in thousand of cakes where it has ben used
It has never been knoWn to fail.
FOR NEU qIA, it wilt afford immedi
ate relief in very lease, however . distressing.
Ittwill rel eve the worst cases of HEAD
ACHE inthree xrdnutes qnd is • warranted to
do it.' I I ' -
TOOTHACHE disco it will cure Instantly.
FOB NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GEN
ERAL LASSITUDE arising from- imprudence
or excess, tLis Lidiwent is a most happy and
unfailing remedy.► Acting directly upon the
nervous tissles' it strengthens and revivifies
the:system,and restores it to elasticity and
vigor.
1
FOR Pit S.—As an external remedy, we
claim that - ii is 16‘. beet known, and we chal
lenge the w rld to produce an equal. *Every,
victim of this diStressing complaint should
give it a trial, fon , it will not fail to afford
immediate'elief, land in a majority of cases
will effect a radicq/ cure. •
QUINSY ND SORE THROAT are some=
times extre ely malignant and dangerous,
but a tinsel anplication of this Liniment will
never fail cue:{
SPRAIN 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
days. .
BRUISES, CUTS, ;WOUNDS, SORES,
ULCERS, B NS AND SCALDS, yield read
ily to the w nderful healing propertieS of DR.
SWEET'S NFALLIBLE LINIMENT, when
used according to directions. Also, CHIL
BLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND INSECT
BITES AN STINGS. ,
Dr. Steph Sweet ; of Connectimt, the Gtea
Natui al Bon Setter.
Dr. Stephe
all over the
Dr. Stephi
thor of "Dr.
Dr. Sweet'
matism and
Dr. Sweet'
remedy for l
Dr. Sweet'.
and Scalds i
' Dr. Sweet' ,
k-nown reme
Dr. Sired
ache immedi
Dr. Siceet'a
diate relief fo
br. tweet',
I
ache in one I
Dr. Sweet'
and Wounds
Dr. Sweet'
remedy for 1
Dr. Sweet'al
,by more the
praise it.
Dr. Sweet
i
nally cu res Ca
Dr. Sweet'
"friend in
ace it at ha
.. . s ,
Dr. Sweet'i Infallible Linimentlslor sale by
all Druggist A. Price 25 and 50 cents.
A . Pried ini;ed. Try it.
DR. SIVEO"S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT,
as an extern remedy, is withnnt a rival, and
will allevia pain more speedily. than any
other preps ation. For. all Rheumatic and
Nervous Dis rdera it 'is truly infallible, and
as a enrati e for' Sores, Wounds, Sprains
Braises, &c., its soothing, healing and pow
erful strengthninglproperties, excite the just
wonder anal astonishment of all who have
ever _given it -a trial. Over one thoimand
certificates of remarkable cures performed by
it within the` last two years, attest the fact.
; —•:---
To Horse Owners I
• DR. SWEET'S I'EsTFALLIBLE LINIMEN'T
FOR ,HORSES is Unrivalled by any; and, in
il
all cases of., ameness arisirig..from Sprains,
1 Bruises or reaching, its effect is magical
and certai . Minim Or Seale Galls,
Scratches,' Mange; &c., if will also cnre
speedily Opavin and Ringhoue may be
easily preVented and cured in their incipient
stages, but, konfirzned . cases ere beyond the
possibility of A 11.A.OICAL cues; ' No case dale
kind, howwier, is' so desperate or hopeless
but it may be alleviated by this Liniment,
and its faithful application Will always .re
move the Lameness, and enable the horses to
travel with foraparative ease. '
. Every Horse Owner
Jewelry
SPECTACLES
should have this remedy at hand, for its
timely use dt the I first appearincr; of Lame
ness will effectuality prevent those formidable
diseases, to which all horses are liable, and
which render many otherwise valuable
horses near worthless. • - •
- I -
INFAL
a]
Ana thousa
s
qAtrrio
the Signet
Sweet o evl.
Infallible
each bottle,
MORGAN(
**Oldi r ....,
SWEET'S
allible
MENT
EEEI
T REIMSr
ATISM., GOUT, NEURALGIA
STIFF V O -411 0 S JOINIS,
BRUISES,
PILES, HEADACHE,
ALL RHEUMATIC AND
V 046 DISORDERS.,
. . . ... ..
M Sweet, of Connecticut, is .known
nited States. 'J i
: Sweit,'of Connecticut, Is the an-
Sweet's Infallible Liniment."
' Infallible Liniment Cures
ia' Rhen
erer ',fails.
' Infallible Liniment
,Is a certain
euralgia.
infallible Liniment Cures . Burns
[ nsediately.
Infallible Liniment rs the best
ty for Sprains and Bruises, :
Infallible. Liniment Cures Head
tely and was neverknown to fail.
I . :ifallible Liniment Affords imme
r
Piles, and seldom fails to cut*.
- InfallibleLiniment Cures Tooth- i
Minute.
' Infallible Liniment Cures Cuts
immediately and leaves no scar.
Infallible Liniment Is the best
ores in the known world.
Infallible Liniment Has been used
m a million people, and, all
Infallible Liniment Taken inter
"dic,Choleraliforbus and Cholera.
iv Infallible Linintott •Is truly a
ea," and every family slithild
SWEEiris
LIBLE LINIMENT
IS THE
TER'S FRIEND,
(is have Pound it truly,
Friend In Need
.—To avoid imposition," observe
re and Lik'eness of Dr. Stephen
'ery label, & also "Stephen Sweet's
iniment" blown4n tbe4lass of
without which pone are genuine.
RICUARDSOI Ca.. •
Sole Proprietors, -Norwich, Ct
.Ic-ALLEN, General Agents,
' 46 DlM'S:treat, New." Turk;
ali'dtalers ovtrywhere. ..al6
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7 1 - 11 ciatience of a Notice trtour game
o f Arris.6th, signed - by.a certain Wm:
yft:apre i :ettpp - osed to belWat.4 - Midl3%-71kte t A b o,
perintendent and Cashier or the PeensylvaPos.
Land,,do-,Pwr:Asabeiation o.traliviheir lands'
in-this county ; I, Charles Bushor,_uoii`of this.
county, offer the , following:prol)6W . frif
oodisOutableand trtinititid
title to the whole or any part- or rtackip
thereof
A certain tract oflaild.near tbe:Gerintutiii
Mill in. t - arrant No: - 5075; Abbott -township,
Potter co., Pa., containing 100 acres. •'
25 acres in warrant No; 5078, adjoining-the:
above. - -
A certain tract of land with. , utill - AntUr a .
proven:tents thereon, . near
warrarallo. 5819, Stexiartson townsh•p, con.
taining about 204'. acres. • diso,-.MarrtiON.
2591, Gaines townAiATiog . a - county;„ . pp.
road leading from. Qeccuartia_tool4nes,
Paining 859 acres. ••-• r
Also, - several full warrants in the ,t,OWPanql:
of Jackson; West Branch ; Abbot, and'SWw=
artson, in Potter county.
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Germania, - Potter co., Pa:, dig: - 26; 11637:C
Notice:
GERMANIA, PotterCo. - , - Pa.-, - Aug. 1, 1863.
N OTICE is hereby given': that Charfe:i4U
, shor, now or late,of this county, holding
the following described property, has:not yet
paid any consideration. whatever for the, stupo r
' and all persons are hereby, warned not to pur
chase any of said property of the saidAssbor, ;
before the decision of, the , Coast is, given, in:
this . case and t. Biu&or' has paid .to me:thei s
Consideration money theretore.• -
The following is the property; , -,-:
Ist. - A certain - tract-of-land near the Ger
mania Mill,' in warrant 5075, Abbot toWaithlp,
Potter county, Pa., containing., 100:acres. 7 ,— :
Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining
the above. - '
2nd. A certain'tract of land; with Milian&
improvements thereon. near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, StetraMson township, Potter
county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
C. Bushor holds also in trust warrant no
2501, in Gaines•township, Tioga county, Pa.,
on the road leading from Germania to Gaines,
containing 850 acres.
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CORNER OF MAIN AK( SENECA.STREEISz
Is an important link In•the INTERNATION.
AL CHAIN of Coltega, located in _
NEW YORK CITY, PRILADELPHIA, •
BROOKLYN, ALBANY, •
TROY, - CLEVELAND,'
DETROIT, 0. CHICAGO,.
TORONTO, - -PROVIDENCE,
PORTLAND, SAINT
A Scholarship issued from the Buffalo' col.
lege, entitles the hol d er to attend eitheror all
the. Colleges for an unlimited time.
T,he Design of thes4 Institutions,is to impirt
to young men anti ladies, a thorough . ; practi.
cal business eduontic l i n; • -
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THEORETICAL DEPARTMENT.
In 'this department students receive thorn!!
instruction in the r&iituents of Penmanship,
Baok_Kceping,Ma ics.Commetiial Lair.
• PRACTICAL DEPARTMENT.
Here the student 'buys and sells,Merclutaq
disc, Stocks, Real Estate, kc., as in actual
businesq. Two Banks have been established
in this department, ,W Student
enables the
to deposit his casbastlis paper discognted,
and transact all busidess incidental to a•
eral trade. • \
TELECRAPRING. •
Students may-Income good operators here
in a short time.
PENMANSHIP, - -
The'Spencerian System of Penmanship, Li
taught by competent and experienced teachers
Scholarship, nayabLe in.ativance, $4O.
'College open day at d evening :.no vacation.
Resident Principal at Buffalo, C. /Inner
For further information, please call at the
Collette rooms, or send for Catalogue and
Calor enclosing letter stamp: Address
BRYANT & STRATTON,
Buffalo,.N. Y.
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VALITApLE,REAL ESTATE-=
• . . roft:SALE. -
ITME subscriber offers the whole of the fol.
I. lowing described tracts of land afprirste
solo. The property will be sold in a bodyor
in separate tracts,! as purchasers may desire.
It - is in one of the finest leinbering and farm
ing districts of this or adjoining counties,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 Bartron, Bensiejo
Horton, and the Sinnerarthoning creek; on
which- are erected `one Frame- House, on*
Frame Barn, one Frnme Shed; Apple.:.Peach,
Pear, and Plum Trees, and also a fine lot of
Pine, Oak and Hemlock ,Timber.
..Et. Spring
at the door, and the,Sinnemahonitigandlgast
Fork of the First Pork creeks running. through
IL Situate in - Wharton township.
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No. 2.• One Hundred and' Twenty-Fire
acres of Timber land, situate npVte-Nelsolt
run in Wharton township. ,
No. 3. , Also SixtywSovin Acres of Timbal'
Land up "'outer run, adjoining sentett - Hro'i,
about Two acres of-which- are improvidilliits
which are erected oue Log Houseisituateilzr
Wharton township. ,
No. 4. One other lot of Thither Land con-,
taining Seventy-Sii acre; up Bensleys Hollow
in Wharton township: • • • '
No. 5. One °filet-lot of Timber Landicon
tabling One Hundred and Fifty Acres,-sithate
tip Tag Hollow, on which are treeted owl
Frame Efonre and one Log House, IFithr,etprs
den and two or three Due springs of,water,in
Wharton township. --
No. 6. He will.also self the imditildedhilf
of a tract of Four- - acres of land, lit:Muffed byt
landsiof Jos. L. Nelson and the 'Sittnetpahol
ning creek, on which are erected one.fine
WATER SAW-MILL; known as the"'" Card
Mill? and also a Dweliing Elaine; siiiiate iii
Wharton township.'l" - -„, •
He'will. the followiog• ; peraonal pro.:
perty, to wit:" One Span- of Horses,.Wagoutt
One Co*L - Seven - Yearling/I
Sesen' Carves.' I • SkINIES 13 - AWITOZE''
Wharton, Jnini 17i186a' • '
•Foitt-§% 001'DH:09101S I As.
; required b y the School tbit
anrual-statement Itre sabool fandsPe - nll4lt
oat, and ten written .Or Printed' -4 11111 0 1/rit r
this statement be posted up, in the district
A. * *We have lately printed-a lot gal*
- - suitable for this .purpose. aa40. 1 ;
a stock. . r•Pl*4 s ;`,--' • -
QAPONIFIEItI Tho,"Bii_Tbiligninaair
1.7 for aala at Ortglitrlr- •
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