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tHE, POTTER .COUNTY JOURNAL
Coudersport, Wednesday Evening Apr. 00 , 18641.
1.36ca1. an -a
,See New Advertisemen'ts. '
.Administrators Notice—Norman !Dwight
A. B. Goodsell.
Proposals For Bridge-4. 31. ~iamil on.
lir' WOOD! WOOD!! isa!,istel immedi
ately at this office on subscripthin.l,
Ea. The quotas' for a draft . in
nia have not yet been assigned.
Ems' Henry D. Moore, of Philadelphia, has;
been elected State Treasurer for the !current
The Union State Convention met at
Sarrisbnrg on Tuesday of this week.
e Tire National Union Convelition to
meet at Baltimore on the 7th of June.'
air A Sanitary Fair will be held as Pitts
'burg, :,.omrneteing, on the 25th day : of May
We hope 'the citizens of thisWCounty
will do everything in their power to aid in
baring it represented in the:panitapr Fair,
to be held Philadelphia, in Tune, next.
Se - A man by the name of ;Simpsen, who
'Re noticed in our , last, as having got I,lurt on
the Sinnernahoning, was taken throUgh this
place, on Friday last, a corpse.
---,M.A. neglected cough, Cold, or sore throat
'a-Melt might be checked by a simple remedy,
!like..i'Brown's Bronchial Troches," if allotted
-to progress may terminate seriously.
For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, and Con
sumptive Coughs, "the Troches" are used
with advantage, giving oftentimes immediate
We are asks w regtiest i the several.
enrollin4 officers in.the counties of Potter and
Tiogi during the emollmeni wid draft of
last yent'-,, to forward. to W. W. W4ite ; :at Lock
'Haver., nets oath, a s.t . Lte...!.nt of the .
amounts received by them of: Mr. .7kNee in
Payment of their' Seivices in Order that any
who were not paid what was their due can
now rec:i:e what honestly remain unpaid.
Ltsr..—A. new stage .7ine
to intersect Avitl/- the Z'. & E. - Railroad at Em
porium, (Shippen) leaves this place every
3lonil:ty, Wednesday and Friday, owned by
N.J. 31Risjr, oi - this place. Persca.s wishing to
go to New i'hilatie.ph - M, Baltimore or
- Washing-tun, will End this the cheapest and
best route, er those wisking to send express
t packtges to the army r elsewhere Will find
Cap. tilt man to send them with. I .!
ing of the I:iiion voters or. Petterl county, at
the Court House, in Ceuderst:ort. Thursday
-eveniig, the '2lst inst... at 71 For the
purpose of choosing one delegate to tik. State
Conventioc to Lc hold in Harrisburg the nth
inst., and three Ccagreszional Confe l rees to
meet with ti.iferees from other, parts of the
District to choose delegates to the National
Convention to -he held in Baltimoreand to
:select a C,:uutY Cerumitten for tbe4.r.sc.ll.g
1). C LARItA.I3EE, dbrm.
tEr The Sing examination of Teacher
belitl;.] folluifing places and times:
Sunderli“ville April 2S, at 2. c:c1.04: P. M.
narrison ':.iffier •• r•• j 14:
Zliughmn C‘mter 2i, .
'Andreas : 4 ,t , ieme - nt "
irtbrun.,l;yo.utu Sli:•• 25 14
',, ,, i,ler,port
Bird School House " 27 ,
lioulette 23 • 41
Stephen Morton's " O .14 4i
'Pens and paper win be refulred. hlrec
-•ors and friends of education are inslit
£Daowxer.—ln Pike 4.owtship 14th
ins: ,31.iss Jennie Wheaton, daughter of Lewis
Wheato-, , , late of Allegany county, 'li. Y.—
This young lady left her father's house in com
,pany with a sister for the ,;zrpoie Of
41 sick woman whose husband is in they army,
while . on the road she crossed a foot bridge
over West Branch to E. Crippin's hoOse for
the purpose of getting a young lady the/ e to
-,to with her. The creek was up' to rafting
pitch and within a few inches' of the bridge.
n-Lea within some ten feet of; the shore, on
her return, she fell off and' floated;! down
about one half mile where her fa'ther found
'her against some flood-wood. Every, thing
that could be done to.restore her was' aone,
but de'ath had done its work. *
C M, SAD CIATASTROPEZ AT Pcat' ALt r EGANT
-SEVER-Al, LIVES LOST ET THE FALLINO OF A
.BaIDGE.—A sad ald unusual accident oc
curred at Port Allegany, 31 Kean county Pa-,
by-the falling of a bridge over the Allegany
flgver: There was a funeral. pro Cession pass
irig over the bridge, (the dedeased being a
child of George Moore of that, place) and as
ihe hlft of .the procession came on to the
bridge, it gave away, and alt :n•ent down to
gether! in the water! The second etlild of
George Moore, who accdmpanied its father,
was also drowned. Three children wefe.lost
by al brother of Moore's, and we understand
there , were one or two more lives lost.; The
river was very high, and it was impossi
ble tq rescue the children as the current of
the river was raging furiously.. This incident
is a singular one, and is bereareateni. upon
berea i rement to Ahem desolated parents l and
friends, who were paying the last tribnte of
strection'to a' departed sou/. The reurainider
of the procession'
. succeeded in; ! pining the
shore,unharmed. One horse was also p . (irOwned.
We do not know the condition of the bridge
at that place, bat it does seen\ asif somebody
needed censuring for neglecting to do their
duty in keeping so heaty a bridge in repair.
John C.. Rives, the publisher of the
Congressional Globe, died at hisyesidenee in
Waithington on iSanday, aftet-i protracted in
tt,the'age of sixty-seven yeiFs.
I PRICE CURRENT.
: 2 I
Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB
_ BINS & CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries
1 - - and Provisions
'' ' '
1 .opposlte D. F . GlaSsere ; /Hotel, '
• I Coudersport, Pa.
Apples, green, -0 bush., $1 00 to 1 25
doi dried, " 200 - 2 50
Beaus, II ' 300 350
BeeSivax, `'il lb., 30 •35
Beer,! ~ 7 8
Berries, dried, /.2 quart 10, 18
Bucgwheat, 70 bush., 87 1100
Bucgwheat Flour; 300 375
Butt, 'V lb., 25 - 25
Chee e, " : 12 14
Cloverseed ° _ 700 - 7 50
Dorn; la bush., _ . 1 25 .1 50
Cornilleal, per cwt., .3 00 325
Ezgs i 11 doz., 18
Flour, extra, 11 bbl., 825 925
do' superfine _ " 700 800
Hams, it lb., 14 16
Hay,, V. ton, 12 00 14 00
Honey, per lb., - 10 1211
Lard; it l4 16
Maple Sugar, per lb., 12 15
Oats; V bush., 60 65
Onions, " 100 125
Pork, ! q? bbl., - - 25 00 '27 00
do ill M., 12 14
do 'pa whole hog, ?lb., S 9
Potatoes, per bush., 62 75
Peaches, dried, `il lb., 25 30
Poultry, %I lb., ,
Rye, iker bush., 125 150
Salt„ r bbl., 450
do ry sack,l6
Timcithy eed 250 350
Trou4 per i bbl., . , : 500 600
White Fish, 4 bbl.,
Consumptive sufferers wilt receive a valua
ble prescription for the cure of Consumption,
Asthma, Bronchitas, land all Throat and Lung
affections, (free of charge.) by sending their
address to Rev. E. A. WILSON,
Kings Co., New York.
VENITLAN HORSE LINIMENT.
pint bottles at -fifty cents, cures lame
-1 !less, cuts, galls,i cholic, Sc. Read the
Bosros, July i, 1860.
Dr! TOBIAS: We have used for the past
year lyour Horse Liniment fur lameness, kicks,
brutes, cclic and cuts, and in every instance
found it the best article I ever tried in this
circus company. Please send six d;nen bot•
Iles, las it is the only liniment we use now.
We 'rive 108 horses, some very valuable, and
do not want to leave town without it.
.Manager Vanimburg t. Co's. Menagerie.
Sold by alll druggists.
pilice, Corthtndt Street, New York
lmonary Consumption a Curable Disease.
1 A CARD.
TIM undersigned baring been restored to
health In a few weeks, by a very simple rem
edi, !Idle,- Laving suffered several years with
severe :ang affection. and that dread disease
CunsiiimpLEon—is anxions to mike known to
his ft•llua-sufferers the means of cure.
Td all who desire he will send a copy of
the prescription used (free of charge), with
the 'directions for preparing and using the
same, which they wilt find a sure cure for Con-,
suMptioa,Astlana_,Brunchitis, Coughs, Colds,
&c.. Ti.e-ent.y object of the advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted,
,spread informazion which he conceives to
be invaluable: and he hopes every sofrerer
will try his remedy, as it will cost theuii no
thing, and mar prove a blessing.
Parties 4r:lshing the prescription will please
athkess Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Kings counts, New York.
;,C. H. WARRINER
Continues to repair CLOCKS, WATCHES and
JEWELRY in Coudersport, and keeps con
stantly on ha•a3 sad :for sale's good assort
• Watches, and
. • _ Jewelry
Of the very best quality. Also,
PLATED .W.ARE 4 SPECTACLES,
VIOLIN STRINGS, REVOLVERS, &e.
Also ? a full supply of
which he As salling . at . the. lowest prices for
cash. Ecery article mild warranted to be as
Shtql on Slain Street, two doors north of
P. A. Stebbins in Co's Store, .t the sign of the
LL HONEST persons indebted to me are re
-11. quested to pay within.one month, what
they owe to me, to Esquire Cushing and take
his receipt, -Cheats may leave their names
standing on t hill:Ain Esquire Cushings bands
as on undeniable proof of,their dishonesty,
and! worthinesi to Eidre:in the " rogues
- • V. .ioEffG:a.t. D.
Coudersport, Jan. 12, 1863
HOTEL TO BENT.
T3IAN HOUSE, East corner Main Street,
Ulysses, Potter. County, Pa. Can be
rented for one year commencing 13th May
1864. Payment quarterly in advance; sealed
proposals can be left with F. T. Taylor, Esq.;
at Ulysses,"or with the undersigned` at Clere-!
land, Ohio, until Ray Ist, 1864.
April 6, 1864.
I ' : SOAP Question Settled ! Inquire at
Brings many a 'change, therefore I have con
cluded to change my system of doing business
and I shall hereafter sell for 1
CASH or PRODUCE,
• .131.111. ER, LARD,
EGGS, RAGS, GRAIN,
DRIMIBERRIES, SG. .
IN my stock of Groceries I have a choice
C' and JAPAN.
Also, PREPARED COFFEE,
PEPPER, &c., &-c.
Ihave a good stock (bought so that I am
enabled to se'l at prices current before the
DRUGS, and ,
Also; KEROSENE OIL. ,
are still kept
MEAL of all kinds.
And many other things too numerous to
mention kept constantly on band and Will
be sold for
than ever before offered in this market.
E. K. SPENCER.
Jan. 20, 1864.
Will wring anything from a single Thread to
a Bed• Quilt.
rincEs : $5.50, $6.00; and $B.OO.
P. A. Stebbins &• Co., •
Agent , ' for Potter connty.—Jan 23. 1863
State Normal School,
EDINBORO, ERIE ot)., PENN'A
THE SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS.
CHEAP, THOROUGH, SYSTEMATIC
GOOD LIBRARIES, APPARATUS,
GYMNASIUM. . _
$32 pays for Board and -Tuition, 14 ti eeILS
Spring Team opens March 15, 1864.
A First Class Farmer Magazine for Penn a.
ISG4 THE PENNSYLVANIA ISG4
FARMER AND GaRDENER. -
Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture and
Edited and Published by.
Wm, S. Young & Co.,
52, NORTH 6TH STREET, PHILADELPHIA
Terms :. One Dollar a Year.
The sixth volume commences with January
number. ; Having obtained the services of
eminent and practical Agriculturists, Horti
culturists,- Stock Breeders and Bee-keepers,
we confidently offer the current volume as one
of the best ever issued, for originality,practi
cal thought and reliable information.
SEND FOR A SPECIMEN.
For the Fruit, Flower, and Eitchen Garden
W. G. P. BUINCKLOE, Publisher,
OFFICE t 23 NORTH 6TH ST.; PHILAD'A.
Teri 9 : 51.50 a Year.
EDITED 13Y THOMAS 3IEEHAN;
The Monthly Contents are;
Hints—Flower garden and Pleasure ground
Fruit garden, vegetable garden,=Window Gar
Communications—embracing the views of
the best writers on Horticulture, Agriculture;
and Rural Affairs. _
Editorial—Giving the 'editor's views on the
important Horticultural improvements.
Scraps and - Querries—New Fruits—New,
Plants—Domestic and Poreign Intelligence—
Foreign Uorrespondents—HortiMiltural I.otices
With each departmentment handsordeV il
These general-features will be retained;and
the publisher pledges himself that no labor
or expense shall us spared to render the suc
ceeding issues of the Magazine every we',
worthy of tb:e farm. with which his preriotis
efforts hare been amply rewarded.
SEMI FOR A SPECIMEN
Theßural Annual for 1564.
The Rural Annan' and Horticultdral Direc
tory is .a little book published at the com
mencement of each year by the Editor of the
Genesee Farmer at Rochester' N. Y. It was
started in 1856, and-a new volume has been
issued each year. The volume for 1864 is
now before us.- -Among its contents may be
mentioned articles on the best means of En
riching the Soil, on Swamp . Muck and the best
methods of composting and applying it, on
, En Protection to Orchards, on the
Best Clim ate for Sheep, on Gathering Frat,•
on the Culture of Hops, on the Culture of
Flax, on Planting Trees, and a hundred other
articles - interesting to the Farmer and Gar
dener. Price only 25 cents. It will be sent
prepaid by return mail on receipt of the price.
Address JOSEPH HARRIS, Editor 6enesee Par
tner, Rochester, N. Y.
The Genesee Farmer for 1864. A ne4 tol- .
° time commences with the January thinber.-
Now is, the t,lune to subscribe.:- Qnly 75 cents
a year... All who subscribe before the January
numberris issued, .will receire the December
number free. Address , as above.
A large Stock of. Plain Alpaccas, double
width. for 25 cents per yard, superfine extra
44, worth double the money.
Good Merinos for 5s 6d, worth 12s.
A large stock of FURS, very low ; also,
BUFFALO ROBES, good India tanned, from
$4 50 to $9 50, worth $l2 at the present time
Also a large lot of Cassimeres, 6s to Bs,
worth 10s to 143 ;
Good Sheetings from 20 to 25 cents. .
A good stock of LADIES'
heavy, fine, all-11, - 001, double Brodie Shawl,
for $8 worth $l5.
. A large stock of CLOTHDTG : good Suits—
Coat, Vest, Hat, Cravat,. Sc., for $lO worth
$2O. Good, all-wool, Black Pants, for $3.25.
BOOTS and SHOES .very low; Women's
Calf Shoes as low as 88 cents.
Good Teas for Bs, worth. 14s.
And a full assortment of all kinds cf
Boots, Shoes, Hats, caps, No
tione,Crockery, Prcoirisions, &o.
We mean, this Winter, to keep a much larger
Stock than usual, and sell Cheaper for the
times than ever; end all we ask of any one
's to examine our Goods and prices, and you
will be satisfied that we perform according to
our bills. Our Auction will not interfere with
our Retail Trade, as it will be held in the
famous block noted for Great.liargains.
J. A. COOPER. ; A.ll
Snuff 81. Tobacco l Manufacturer,
16 and 18 Chambers St., •
(Formerly 42 Chatham Street, New York,)
' Would call the attention of Dealers to the
articles of his manufacture, viz. ;
BROWN bit utE.
Fine Ra ' ppee, Pure Virginia,
Coarse Happee Nate hitotes,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen,
YELLOW SNUFF. •
Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch,
High Toast Scotch, Fresh Houey Dew Scotch,
Irish High Toast, Fresh Scotch,
* * *Attention is called to the large reduc
tion in prices of Fine. Cut Chewing and Smok
ing Tobaccos, which will be found of a Supe
SMOKLIG. FINE CUT CHENFING. tstosnso
Long, P. A. L., or plain. S. Jago
No. 1, • Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish
No. 2. Sweet Scented Oronoco, Canister
Nos. 1 & 2 mixed. • Turkish
Granulated. Tin Foil Cavendish.
N. B.—A circular of prices will be sent on
PRFSERVE Your Beauty. Symmetry of
Form, your Health and „Mental. Powers,
by.using that safe, pleasaat, popular, •and
specific remedy linown asHelmbold's Extract
Buchu. Read the advetlisement-in another
column, and profit by it—diseases and symp
toms enumerated. Cut it out and preserve it.
You may not now require it, but may at some
"It gives health and rigor to the frame,
And blooM to the pallid cheek." • -
It saves long suffering - and exposure Beware
of counterfeits--cures guaranteed.
. Dr. A. FRENCH'S
CELEBRATED TONIC BITTER
ARE becoming the. most popular Medicine
AL in circulation for the cure of
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN
DICE, DEBILITY OF .THE NERVOUS
SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS of the
STOEACH and DIGESTIVE L ORGAICS.
ft is also gaining tr great reputation in the
CURE of DIPTHERIA. , •
Principal Office, Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa.
- - • . • . -
-E - Spencer's Ready-Pay Store is
• the only s
, - tsdat.)y Cash Store in Couder t
sport. If you wish to buy Goods for cam,
call at Spencer's
$2 I 901p0
fiEW GOODS 23
Just Arriving !
The very best prints, Cochecn and other good
grades, from 14 to 181 cents. worth 25 cents.
Good Delaines, 16 to 25 cents, worth 25 to
C. ,IIF. SIMMON.3.
November 16th, 18. j
A illfiH,LY CONCENTRATED VEGETALTF:EthiACTI
• ' LP lire Tonic.
PREPARED BY '
iVILL EFFECTUALLY CIIRE
ChronVe or .iVervents Debility, Diseases of
the kidneys, and all diseases arising
From a disordered Liver 'or Stomach,
Such as Constipation, Inward Pilts, Fulness
orßloOd to the Head,Acidity of the Stomach, ,
Naus l ea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food,Ful- I
nes.4 or weight in the Stomach; Sour
Eriictations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
Of the Head, .flurried and Difla-
cult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,Chok
ing orlSaffocating sensations whemin a ly
ing posture, Dimness suf Vision, Dots or
Webs before the Sight,; Fever and dull
_Pain in;the Head. Deficiency of Ter
spiratian, Yellouness•of the Skin
and Eyes,Pain in the Side, Back, t,
Chest, Limbs, ac., Sudden Flushes _of Heat, "PJPIHISI aad t-LeT5.Ol
Burning in the Flesh, ConstanElmagi- , 'nuns fAsing .
flings of Evil, atd great Depressions I t * ei ! -- 6, 2.1 . L ava — oc a • •
P 1 0 001
9f spipits. . . ,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITtEBS
Are not a new and: untried article, but bare
stood the test of fifteen 3 -gars trial by the
American public ; and their reputation..aad
sal; are not rivaled by any similar prepara
tion. • • •
The proprietors hare thousands of Letters
from the most eminent
PHYSICIANS, and :
Testifying of their own personal knowledge,
to the tiegefiCial elects and medical virtues of
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS !
I . .
. • ALN:D THE FRIENDS CIF SOLDIEES. ' '
We call the attention of all having relations •
or frien s in the army to thefact that "HOOF
LAND' German Bitters"._ l
will cure nine tenths;
of the diseases induced lig exposures and 1
privatiofis incident to camp life. In the lists,
publish4d almost daily in the newspapers, on 1
the.arrital of the . sick, it will be noticed that
a very large proportion are suffering from de- -
bility.- . !Every case of that kind can be read
ily cured by Hoofiand's German.• Bitters.—
Dis.ease.4 resulting from disorders,of the diges
tive OighES are speedily removed. We have
no iiesiiation in stating that ; if these Bitters
were freely used among our • soldiurs, hun
dreds of lives might be saved that other
wise will be loSt. . . ~
We c 11 particular attention to the follow
ing remitrkable,and well authenticated cure
of one of the nation's heroes. whose life, to
use his language, "has been saved by
1 PHILADELPHIA ; Aug. 23, 1863..: •
MVSES. JOS:A & Evass.—Well, gentlemen,'
your HOofland German Bitters has ‘.:ared my!
life. 'Acre is no mistake .in this. It is'
vouched for by numbers of my comrades,.
I some of}whose names are appended, and who
were fully conizant of all the circumstances
lof ray case. I am, and have been for the last
four years, a member of Sherman's celebrated •
battery,i and under the immediate com-1
I :nand of Capt. R. B. Ayres., Through the
exposure attendant..upon my arduous duties, •
I was atiacked in November lastyrith infam
ation of kite lnngs,_and was for seventy-two
days in the hospitil. This was followed. by i
great debility, heightened by an attack of I
dysentery. I :1111S then removed from the
White House, and sent to this city on board!
the Steamer "State of Maine," from which I
landed Mt the 28th of June..', Since that time_
II have b l een about as low as any one coullbe
and still retain a spark of vitality. 'For a
, week or ',more I was scarcely able to swallow
I anything, and if I did force a morsel down, it I
was immediately thrown up again. - • .
I could not even keep a glass ofwater on
my stom l ach. Life could not last under such
_and, accordingly the physi
clans who had been working faithfully, tho'
unsuccessfully, to rescue me from,the grasp
of the dread Archer, frankly told. me-they
could do no more for me, and advised-me . to
see a clergyman, and to =the such disposir
tion of my limited' funds as best suited me.
An acquEintance who visited me at the hos
pital, Mr; Frederick Steiubron, of Sixth below
Arch Stthet, advised me, as a. forlorn hope,
rii i .
to try S l ur Bitters, and kindly procured a
bottle. rom the time I commenced taking
them th gloomy shadow of death receded,
and I a now,lthank God for it, getting bet ;
ter. Th ugh I have taken but two bottles, I
have gaiaed ten pounds, and I feel sanguide,
of being} permitted to rejoin my-.wife and'
daughter, from whom I. have heard nothing.
for eighteen months ; for, gentlemen, lam a
loyal Virginian, from the vicinity o Front ;
Royal. To your invaluable Bitters I owe the'
certainty' of life which has taken 'the place of I
vague fears—to your Bitters will I owe the'
glorious privilege of again clasping to my
bosom thine who are dearest tome in life.
. Vervl truly yours, -ISAAC MALONE.
We fuily concur in the truth of the above
statement, as we had despaired of seeing our
comrade,lfr. Malone. restored to health.
John C ddleback, Ist-New York Battery.
Gorge A. 'Aekley,..Co. C, 11th Maize.
Lewis hevalier, 92d New York. • ~
I. E. encer .Ist-Artillery. Battery 1 2 .
J. B. p aewell, Co.. B. 2d Vermont. ,
Henry pt. Jerome, Co. B, do.
Henry T. Macdonald, Co. C, 6th Maine.
John F T Ward, Co. E, sth Maine.
Herman Koch, Co. H, 72d New York.
Nathaniel B. Thomas. Co. F, 95th Penn.,
Andrew} J. Kimball, Co. A, 3d Vermont,
John,Jenkins; Co. B. 106th Pens.
BErARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
See that} tb e signature of Ye. IL JACKSON,"-
is on the WIL&PPS.B of each bottle.
PRICES : • •_
Large Si ,e (holding nearly double quantity)
$l.OO per Bottle—half doz. , 85.00.
Small Sia — r 7s cts. pr Bottle—half.doz. $4.00
Should yoar nearest druggist not bare the
article, d nos- ~, e put off by any of the intox
icating p paratlons that maybe offered In ita
place, send 'to ns, and we will forward,
securely. acked, by express.. .
PRFICE AND MANUFACTORY
O. 631 Arch Street,.
• JQI T ES & EV_ANS ,
(succ s rors to C. M. JACKSON' C 0.,)
FOR eby Druggists and Dealers in every
tows lit Sim United States.
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of pue :pusq uo ipaqsaoa ldaq eq
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lad 537.3 3 °) 5%-z3
20j. toopt Rams
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Gritsrs.cia, T'tter Co,, Pa. , tng. I, '64 _
OTICE is hereby given that Charles Mt-
.1.11 • shor, now or late .of this county, holding
the following derribed property, has not. yet
paid any consideration whatever for.the same,.
and all. persons are hereby warned not tospur
-6hase any of said property-of the said. Busher
before-the deciiion of the Court is given. n,
this case,-and C. Bushor has paid:to me the
consideration money therefore.
The following is the property -
Ist. A certain tract - of land near the Ger— .
mania Mill. in warrant 5075,-Abbot townships=
Potter -- .county, Pa.,. containing 144 acrea,..
Also 25 acres id warrant 5013 and adjoining
2nd. A. certain :tract of land with Mill; sad
improvements thereon, near Kettle :'reekt
warrant 5319, stewardson township,. Potter
county, Pa., containing about 204 .avres..
hushor hOds also in irug warrant
5101, in Gaines tawnship,:Ticiga county il:te.„
on :the road leading from Germania to G;ines,
containing 650 a,cres. •
S.‘ 0 I.3ISTE
STORE can always be faced tbe best o
Cooking. Bor. and Parlor • ,
ST, 'Co ES;
• Also. TIN and SHEET -IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, • SPIDERS, • SCOTCH £OWL
F.RTING-PANSi SAP-PANS, and CAULD*
RONS.- • Also.. - • • -
•• AYricultural -
such -as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, ..CULTIVA-4.,
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG-POWERS,Ii - c. • - • -
HIS 'WORK ,•
is.riellmade and the material good,. •Goof
and substantial EAVES-TROUGHS .putuip
any part or the Onunty—Terms easy- "Reitiffi
Pay, of all kind?, including Cash, seldom
refused. .'•,, rt
Store on Main street opposite the Old Con'
House, Coudersport. Aug, 1, 1,5C.1.- -60
Just in and tO;;Qt. sal?: just as cheap asthe
"times" will all9w: - •- • -I•t4
An assortment:ot almost eTerytbing aeedeil
by anybody, 01,e1 as
• SCHOOL BOOKS
DRY GOODS , 1 ' BOOTS iSIOSS
- • 1 JAYNES
And Other Atedicines,
In e..chan,lel .ant
,• • •••••• , ;;; , ,-.I:S,
DRIED BERRIE. 9. •-•COI7C TY ORDER.!,
Most'all kinds of GIIALN
• '- .• :LUCIEN BIRD.
Brookland, Pa., Norrr, 1863.
HOW. LOST! EDW.RESTORP I .
Justpublished in a sealed elyVerope, Kies Clts
A Lecture on the N:gtuie, Treatmentand‘lir.d.
ical cure of Spei - matorhcca or Semitnt! 17.-rute
'Jess, Sexual Debility, Nervousness. andlivel
untar7 Emi.wion'e,' including Imp3tency.,4on
sumption and *eiatal and Physical Debility,
By BOB't CCLTSEWELL,
The important fact that the awful consewes-
Cea of Self-Atuse may be effectually rolasved
without, internal medicines or the dasegAtorta
application of caustics,instrtimentalme•lketed
bcrugies' ' and other impirical devices, it het, -
clearly demonstrated, - and the entirelf near -
and higtilysoccessfal treatment as adopted
theeelebrated u or,fully explained.by trireme -
of tatich every one is enabled to Cuse.bituseT
perfectly. and at the least possible cost. there:.
.by--avoiding the advertised nostmeas of the -
day. This lecturS will prove a bona, to them
sands and thousands.
*,,,*Sent under seal, to any :dr -ss. is
a plain, sealed envelope, on the rev-gio of siw
ceuta, or two postage stamps, by thblre-oing t
Dr. CELLS. J. ELINii,
127 Bower,v, New_ York, PostDffice ilia, 4466.
i s ' lt .18,1
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