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1' HE POTTER COUNTY-JOURNAI,
Condersiort, VrednANlßy F e venipe, PoT, 27, 1464.
Local . and General..
ISS-See New Advertisements.
jar WOODI WOOD!! wanted imine!ii
dttely at this. office on subscription.
Car D. D. Colcord's school will be opened
on Monday. )
Persons in want or go?d fresh garden
seed, should call on P. A. Stebbins $ Co., as
they have just received a fresh supply.
Iter DRAFT POSTPONED.—It is announced in
'the Eastern papers that the Draft has been
postponed until the ist, June.
ISL. Eight millions of dollars bare been
sent to the. Army of the Potomilc, in charge
. .'of sixteen paymasters.
Mir The schocl committee of the Sanitary
Commission of this county, are requested to
send their tionatithis to R. T. Claflin, in care
of John S. Mann, Coudersport, Pa; :•
gel _The iron clad frigate,TronsideS has fired
since she has been in service i four thousand
three hundred and sixty-ono rounds; has
J . :been hit two hundred and forty-one times;
has only had one man killed; has not been
, serieuSly inured and is one of the hest iron
clad vessels in the world.
VirThe atrocious barbarity of the rebels
in butchering our
,soldiers captured by the'ra r
'at Fort Pill
4w, is 'confirmed up "'Gen. Banks,
Our Goveriittentis slow in sumo thines, but
believing it honest we yet hopes to' see it
aroused to the. importance of dealing jitsll,y
'with the savageswith wheta it is at war.
tel. GOOD editor of the Oil
, thty Monitor, speaking of the high psipe of
eggs, says he has thought.4eriorly of quitting
work and buying a hen,' and ranking a living
easier: thau in the printing busineas." Cer
tain iris that he could get at no business that
yields malts:: profits than publishing a news--
paper, at the present cost of everything.
gel Reader, when you have money to
upend, :consult your county paper and trust
those who have the courtesy to let you know
what they hare to sell. suck luerchauts do
snore business, have better f2;130e. - 3, and in all
respects MOPe trustworthy tlntn such as hope
to catch you accidentally and never 'expect to
see you again. To intelligent people the ad
i•ertisenteute are af;, - ,Re,...t value.
De e :We ,are asked to request the several
enrolliup ofticts in the.;:oiraties of Patter and
Tioga, during the entailment and- 4raft , of
3.lst year, to forward to W. 11". Ichite4:atidock
Eldred, l'a., under oath, a statement of the
amounts received by therit of Mr.'2,l*Gee in
vitytiaent of tkeir services is circler that any
who were rat raid what 178.3 their due can
I mow reeeire whit honestly remains unpaid.
gEr The Spring examination of
will be held at the following places and times:
•f•Sunderlinvifle is, at 1 o'clodk P. K.
Harrison Valley ;19 :I I
Bingham Center 4 . 20
Andreas Settlement " 1.1 L.(
'Oswayo '4 22 ra
iSharun Ceiter "
Ilebron,HyduraS.ll." 25 JI
Ilird School haute " :
..V.oulate Village ' "
Stephen Iforton's .3(1
Pens and paper will be rec,nired.
tors and friends of education are iurae
ti a;; TUC L.1.1"1" . 6 EMEND TOE MA.II
would call particular attention to the beauty
of the steel engteiiv.gs in this number of the
Lady's Friend: The Lovers," engraved ex-
PresslFikr this nurnber, is both in design and
execution, one of the most beautiful engrav
ings that has ever appeared in e magazine.—
the Pas - Lion Plate—which is, of donbla
and handsomely colored—is also a Charming
- ipecimen•of its kind. Of the other cU'grav
ings we need only say that they are numerous,
Varied and interesting as usual....
, Among the reading matter we note the fal
lowing articles:—"Deacon Denison's Dan,gh
ter," "Mrs. Jefry June's Final Original story,"
"Mabel's Mission," "The Lovers," by Jean
"Dizk's Infatuation," "tionsit's
411.165 t," "After ron. Years," Virginia
Townsend, &C., &c. Every one who doe r s not'
take the Lady's Friend regUlarly, should at
least send on twenticents, and have this (May)'
number forwarded to them.
Published by DEACON & PETERSON,.3I9
ITalnut St. Philadelphia. $2.0.3.
,126 - A. meeting of the Union ci,tizens of
Potter county, was held at .Coudersport,
ThUrsday eVening the 21st inst., pursuabtto
L. call by the County Committee. 6rt lasi!tipn
B. L. Nichols was chosen . as -Chairme.n of the
meeting and D. O. Larrabee; S'eCreially.' :On
motion A. G. Olmsted was selected as delegrite
to represent the County in the Union State
Convention to b' held in Harrisburg the Xith
inst., and U. J. Olmsted, R. L. Nichols and D.
C. Larrabee were t chosen as . Confere'es with :
pOttir to appoint substitutes to meet with Cort
fereo from other parts of the District to select
delegates to reprOint the 18th : Congrissional
District, in the National Convention; to be
held in Baltimore. On motion, Resolved that
the chair - appoint seven persons to act as
County Committee for the ensuing yeii*;
whereupon the following named persons Were
,John S. Vann, Mt - airman, D. C. Lama*,
P A. Stebbins, jr., L. 8: Robbrtson, Jerntne
Cheeebro,O. L. Hoyt and David Codway'. •
The meeting then adjourned,. .
D. C R. L. NiCHOLS, Chairman:
. LOJUBEE Seeretarr.
,sr'Brown'e Bronchial Troches,for Con ihs,
p and.:4stpmatic. Lorderai
hihtn*vefl test. of many
iyeata l lAndZa*ritelied:testimonials from
eminent. men who have used them. • •s• '
I PRICE CURRENT.
"CeiPec:te, , S.'ev,ery_Wedne,sdarby P.". A: STEM:
BINS kCO:, DellerS , ja' Groceries,
oppositell. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
11 ' Coudersport, Pa.
"Apples, green, 'l3 bush., . $lOO to 125.
Berries, dried, 11 quart
Buckwheat, 11 bush.,
Butter, ep lb.,
10*.rs.ced • •..;
corn, `l,l bush.,
Corn Meal, per cwt.,
14ggs, ct-I doz.,
pour, extra, hhl.,
Hay;ton, • ..
Hon ,per lb.,
"oar , "
Maple Sugar, per lb.,
bush.,. ' •
Pork;V bbl., • • •
do 11 lb.,
jilo in whole hoe, 'll
Pbtatoes, per bush.,
Pkehes, dried, lb., •
Poultry, 11 lb.,
Rye, per .•
140 §ack, _ ,
Ttput, per .1,
W heat, 9 bush.,
I4ite Fish, Yri bbi.,
pansuulptive sufferers will receive a valua
ble prescription for the cure of Consumption,
ASthma, Bronchitas, end all Throat and Lung
affections, (free of charge,) by sending their
address to Rev. E. A. WILSON,
Kings Co., New York.
\TM:IIAX HORSE LINIMENT.
I.npint bottles at fifty cents, cures lame
;'less, cuts, gall:, cholie, .1:c. Read the
fir: Toms: We have used for the past
yelir your Horse Liniment for lameness, kicks,
bruises, colic and cots, and in every instance
foutld it the best article I. ever i tried in this
circus company. Please send six dozen bot•
tles as it is the only liniment we use now
WOtet, a(08 horses, some very valuable, and
do but want to leave town Wlthomt it.
, . HYATT FROST,
Manager VanAinburg SCo's. Menagerie
Sold by all! druggists. '
()lac, 56 Cortland: Street, New York.
Valmonary Consumption a Cu - able Disease
T'U(i undersigned having been restored to
hcaltt• ie. a few weeks, hy a very simple rem
edy, kifter having suffered several years with
imvgre lung affaet ion, and that:dread disease
lionstiniption—Ps anxious to make known to
his feilor-sufferers the means of cure.
To all Who desire it, he will send a copy of
the prescription used (free of charge), with
'the directions cut preparing and using the
same . ; which a sure cyre forCon
suinprion,..4s-thtna, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds,
sc. iTlte culy object of the advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is 'to benefit the afflicted,
and spread information which he conceives to
be invaluable and he hopes every sufferer
will try Iris remedy, as it will cost them uo- ,
thing, and may_pro , ze a blessing..
Parties wishing the prescription will please
addrei , :s lter. LTWAIIDA. WILSON,
voiicE is hereby given thaeletters of Ad
.l_ll ministration ou the estate of George In
graha4, , late of the township of Hebron in the
county of Potter, deceased, have been granted
to . Nortnan Deqglit ofsaid township, and A.
13. Gocidsell of the Borough of Coudersport.—
Alt persons therefore 'having claims or de
tuands'against the estate of said decedent,
are requested ,to make the same known to
said Norinan Dwight and A. B. Goodsell with
out delay. _NORMAN DWIGHT,
A. B. GOODSELL, Admrs.
United States Internal Revenue
Tattention of tax 7 payers is hereby
etlled to the proilsions of the United
States ;Excise Law relative to the assessment
. By the sixth section of the act of July 1,
1862,. it is; ade the'duty of all.pwsons, part
nershiPs, firms, associations, or corporations,
made liable to any nnoiuel duty, license, or
tax, ON OR BEFORE TAE FIRST MONDAY OF MAY
IN EACH YCILP., to make a list or return to the
Assistant . Assessor of the Dikrict where lo
of the amount of annual income, the ar.l
titles or, objects charged; with a special tax,
and the business or occupation liable to pay
'Every'. person who. shall fail to make such
return tiy the day specified will be liable to
be assessed by tho 4.s.sessor s according to the
best informationwhicl be can obtain ; and in
such case the Assessor is , required to add
fifty petleenttim - tO 113 E. iimiituat of ;the items
of such list.
Ereri'persop,who to;an :Asses
! sor any false or fraudialebt list or statement,
I with intent to evade the-Valuation or enumer-
I ation rtiiiiired by lawilailibje6t tor' fine of five .
`hundred dollars ;, abd i lU., such case the list
I will be made out by•the ll .Pssessor or. Assistant
Assessor, andfrorn the Y4lealipit and enumer-
I ation there .. den' beJtio - iippeal.• • •
Payalent of the annuall taxes except those
for licenses, will not be demanded until the
thirtieth day of June.
The appropriate blank* on which tei•make
return, and all necessary information, will be
furnisheid•bY tlie_ASsistarit iAseesioVis of this.
District for their respective Divisions, to whom
the retnrusehonld_be tt,ell l ypte4 at Skeirciffides
on or before the first Monday of May.
U. S. Arisi§sOi; 18th District Pa.
BOSTON, July ISGO
11' ill i:un sb urg.h,
Kings count, New York
Anni 62/ -2Vses - for 1864
Brings many a change, therefore I have con
cluded to change mysystear of doing business
and I shall hereafter sell for , - -
CASH or PRODUCE, • • .•
• • BUTTER, LARD,
EGGS; RAGS, GRAIN, • ."
DRIED BERRIES, &c.
IN my stock of Groceries I have a choice
87 1 00
7_()0: 7 50
, Also, PREPARED COFFEE,
12 00 14 00
. GO •• .
25 OG 27 00
- 8 9
have a good atoclF. (bought so that a am
enabled Jo sell at pries cerreat before the
Alio, KEROSENE OIL
are still kept,
MEAL of all kind&
And many other thinks too numerous to
mention kept constantly on hand and will
be sold for .
LESS PRO 'IT
than ever before offered in this market.
E. 'K. SPENCER.
Jan. 20, 1864. -
Will wring anything from a sin'gie Thread to
PRICES : 65.50, $6.00, and $8.00., , - _
P. A. Stebbins & -Co.,
Agents for Potter county. Tan. 25. 1963
State Normal Sc .001,..
EDINBORO, ERIE CO., PENN'A.
THE SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS..
CHEAP, THOROUGH, SYSTEMATIC,
GOOD LIBRARIES, APPARATUS, :
$32 pays for Board and Tuition, 14 wicks .
Spring Teim opens March 15, 18G4. y.
Address,. J, A. COOPER, A.
A First Class Farmer': , Afaggzine for Penn'a.
1964 THE PENNSYLVANIA 1804
FARMER AND GaRDENER.
Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture and
Edited and Published by •
W.Tn. 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 oiler the current volume as one
of the best ever issued, for originality,practi•
cal thought and reliable information.
SEND FOB A SPECIMEN
For the Fruit, Flower, and Kitchen Garden.
1864 TILE 1864
W. G. P. BRINCKLUE, Publisher,
OFFICE : 23 NORTH 6TEI ST., ,PHILAVA.
Terms : $1,50 a Tear.
EDITED BY THOMAS MEERAN
17te . Monthly Contents are
Hints—Flower garden and Pleasure ground
Fruit garden, regettible garden, Window Gar
Communications—embracing the views of
the best writers on Horticulture,. Agricultute,
and Rural Affairs.
Editorial—Giving the Editor's views on the
important Horticultural improvemelits.
Scraps and Quarries—New Pruits—New
Plants—Domestic and Foreign Intelligence—
Foreign tAirrespondents-Horticultural notices
With each departmentment handsomely il
These general features will he retaindd;and
the publisher pledges himself 'that no labor
or expense shalt Us spared to render the suc
ceeding issues of the Magazine mvedy ,way
worthy of the favor with which; his previous
efforts have been amply rewarded.
SEND FOR A SPECIMEN
The Rural. Annual for 1861: .
The Rural Annual and Horticultural Direc
tory is a lltde„book published at the. corn-.
mencement of each year by the Editor of the
Genesee. Farmer at Rochester, N. It was
started in. 1856, and-a•new volume has • been
issued eachyear. The volume for-1564 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
Manures, on Protection to Orchards, on the
Best Climate for Sheep, on Gathering Fruit,
on the ,Culture of Hops, on the 'Culture of
Flai, on Planting Trees, ands hundred other
articles interesting to the Farmer and Gar
dener. Price only 25 cents. It wilhbe seat
prepaid*retnin mail on receipt of the price.
Address JOSEPH HARRIS, Editor Genesee Far
mer, Rochester, N. Y.
The Genesee Farmer for 1864.. A new vol
ume commences with the January number.
Now is the time to subscribe. 0n1y.74 cents
a year. Ali Who subscribe before the January
number is issued-, will receive .the December
number free. Address as abore.
Ili: : 20, .
lew COODS 22
Jiist Arriving !
The very best prints,. Cocheco and other good
grades, from 14 to ,18i cents, worth 25 cents.
Good Delaines, 16 to 25 cents, worth 25 to
A large Stock of, Plain Alpaccas, double
width, for 25 cents per yard, superfine extra
44, worth double the money.
Godd Merinos for 5s 6d, worth 12s.
A large stock of FURS, very low; also,
BUFFALO ROBES,. good India tanned, from
,50'to $9 50, worth $l2 at the present time
in ew York.
Also a large lot of Cassimeres, 6s to Ss,
worth lOs to 14s;
Good Sheetings from 20 to 25 cents_
A good stock of LADIES' SHAWLS—a
heavy, fine, all-wool, double Brodie Shawl,
for . sB woith $l5. , . .
A large stock of CLOTHING ; good Suits—
Coat, Vest, Hat, Cravat, kc., for $lO worth
$2O. Good,.all-wool, Black Pants, f0r:53.25.
BOOTS and SHOES very low; WoMen's
Calf Shoes as low as SS cents.
Good Teas fur Bs, worth 14s.
And a full assortment of all,kinds of
Di 7 Goods,
BoOts, Shoes, Hats, Caps, No-
tions,Crockery, Provisions, .&.0
We mean, this Winter, to keep a much larger
Stock thart.usual, and sell. Cheaper for the
times than. ever; and all we ask of any one
is to examine our Goods and prices,. and you
will be satisfied that we perform according to
our bills. Our Auction-will not interfere with
oor Retail Trade, at it will be held in the
famous block noted for' Great Bargains.
C. 'IL SIDIDIONA.
November IGI.II, 18C3
Snuff & Tobacco Manufacturer,
16 and 18 Chambers St.,
(Formerly 42 Chatham Street, New ,
Would call the attention of Dealers to the
articles of his manufacture, viz.;
Fine Rappee, Pure virginia,
Coarse Rappee, Natchitotes,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen,
YELLOW SNUFF. '
Scotch, . Honey Dew Scotch,
High Toast Scotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scottlt,
Irish High Toast, Fresh Scotch,
'"^'.x* Attention is called to the large reduc
tion in prices of Fine. Cut Cliewing . and Smok
ing Tobaccos; which will be found of a Supe
SMORIN.G. '.l.tie cur CREWING. ' OXOKING.
Long, P. A. L., or plain., •S. Sago,
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
PRFSEAVE Your Beauty, Symmetry of
Form,,a-our Health and. Mental Powers,
by using that safe, pleasant,
specific 'remedy known ar Helorbold's Extract
Buchu. Read the, advertisement in n ano,t,her I
column, and profit by It—diseases add symp
toms enumerated. Cut it out and preserve it.
Yon may not nbiirea dire it, but may atsome
future day. •
"Itgires hetatb and iigor to the frame,
And bloom to the pallid. cheek.".
It - saves long suffering and exposure Beware
of counterfeits—cures guaranteed.
Dr. A. FRENCH'S
CELEMITED TONIC BITTERS
RE Becoming the most , popular Medicine
in circulation for the cure of
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN
DICE, ..DEBIS/TY OP THE NERVOUS
SYSTEM; and WEAKNESS of the
STOEACH and DIGESTIVE ORG&S.
It is also gaining a great reputation In the
. . CURE of DIPTHERIA...:, t •
Principal OfEce, Coudersport, potter Co.; Pa.
,E -S. Spenverls•Read s y-Pay Stare is
• the only strictly Cash Store in Couder
sport. If you wish to bny Goods foi Wu.
call at Spencer's
A OIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE EkTRAGT
IA ti - tire Tonic.
• PREPARED BY
Dr. C. BT. aackson,Thilada.Pa.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
LI I VLIt. COMPLAINT,
Chronic or Nervous Debileta, Diseases of
the . .Eidn4s,.ard ait:diseases arising
'front a disordered Liver or Stomach,
Such as Constipation; Inward Piles, Fulness
orißlood to the Head,Acidity.of the Stomach,
Xausea, Heartburn., Disgust for Food,Ful
ness or weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructationsi Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the Head, Hurried. and Difti- •
Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart,Choli
.or Suffocating sensations when in a ly
g posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Cells before the,Sight, Fewer and:dull
Pain in the Hcatl, Deficiency of Per:-
spiration, Yellowness of the Skin'
and Eyes,Pain in the Side, Back,
.t, Lhiubs, &c., Sudden .Flushes of Heat,
rning in the FlOsh, Cuiloant Imagi
ningsl of Evil, and great Depressions.
of Spirits. .
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN. BITTEBS
Are hot a new and untried - article, but have
stood •‘the.l test of flftieri Years trial by the
Atnrican ',public • and their rephtation . and
sale are riot rivaled by any similar prepara
e proprietors have thencands of Letters
the most eminent
I, LAWYERS. -
PHYSICIANS ; and 1 .
pine- of their own "pPrsonal knowledge,
e beneficial effects and medical virtues of
to th 4
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS I.
FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS. •
call the attention of all hit;:ing relations
nds the army to the fact that "HOOF
•'S German Bitters" Will cure nine tenths
iseases induced by exposures and
lions iimident to camp life. In the lists,
:bed almost daily in the neWspapers, on
rival of the sick, it will lie noticed that
large proportion are suffering. from de-
Every ease of that kind can,he-read-
I red by iloofland's German !Bitters,—
es resulting front disorder; of the diges
[guns fire speedily removed: We have
Butler, in stating that, if these Bitters
eely used among our soldiorsHitin
of likes might be: saVed that other
. ill be . lost.
all pi rtieular attention to the follow
arkable and well authenticated, cure
of CM nation's heroes, whoSe life; to
own language, "has been saved by
PItILADEGPriti, Aug. 33, 1863.
Mae as. JOne..it - Er.tss..—Well, gentlemen,
your I oolland German Bitters has saved my
life. There is no • mistake, in, al i'S. •it is
vouched . for by numbers of my comrades,
some or whose names are appended, and who
were filly cohizant of all the circumstances
iof my case.. 4
am, and have been for i the last
four years, a member of Sherman's celebrated
battery andl under the Immediate : cow
l-mend of Capt. R. 13. Ayres. Through the
exposu e attendant upon my arduous duties,
I was a tacked in.Novernber last with inflam
ation obi the lungs, and was. for seventy-two
days iOlie hospital. , This was followed by
great debility, heightened - by an attack of
dysenteiy. 11 was then removed from the
Whitellouse, land sent to this city on board'
the Stealiner "State of Maine," frau] which 1
landed* thel2Bth of June. Since.that time
I have ten about as low as say one-could be
`and still retain a spark of vitality. "-For a
week orlmore I was scarcely able to swallow
anything. andlif I did force a morsel down, it
was immediately thrown up again. .• - . • '
I could not even keep a glass Of water on
my stomlach.,. Life could not last under such j
circums anczsl; and,
accordingly the- physi-i
• cians w o had been working faithfully, ' tho' '
unsucce sfully to rescue me-from the, grasp
of the dlead Archer, frankly. told me they
could doi no more for me, and advised me to
see a clefgyinan, and to make such disposi
tion of my limited funtls as best suited me.
An ncquiiintanee who visited me at the hos.:
pital, Mr. Frederick Steinbron, of Sixth below
Arch StrCet, advised mc, as a forlorn hope,
to try your Bitters, and kindly procured a
bottle. 7rona the time I comikenced taking
them the gloomy shadow of death receded,
and I am now. thank God for it; getting bet=
ter. Though I have taken but two bottles; I
have gal gained ten pounds, and I feel sanguine
of being permitted to rejoin my 'wife and •
daughter, from whom I have heard-nothing,
for eighteen months ; for, gentlemen,-.1 am a
local Virginian, from the . vicinity "of Front -
Royal.. To your invaluable Bitters I owe the
certainty-of life*hich has taken the place' Of
vague fesira—to your Bitters will I owe the
glorious •privilsge of 'again . clasping to my
bosom those who are dearest to me in life.
Very truly yours, ISAAC MALONE.
• We fully correur in the truth of the above
statement; .s we had despaired of seeing our
comrade. Mr. Malone, restored to health.
Juhm,Ctiddlehrtek, tat New. York-Battery. .
-George A. Ackley, C0..0,.11th Maine.
Lewis Chevalier, 92d New York-. •.. •
I: IL Sp l nncer, Ist Artillery., Battery F. •
J. B. Fa;sewell, CO. B. 2d Vermont. '
lienry B. Jerome, Co. B, • do. • -•.
Henry T. Macdonald, Co. C, Gth Maine.
John F.lWard; Co. I , :, sth Maine.-
Herman? Koch. Co. li, 72d Nev York. ...
Nathaniel. B: Thomas. Co.'.F, 05th Penn.,
Andrewl.T. Kimball, Co. A, 3d Vermont,
John....TefikinsXo. B. 10Gth Fenn.
BEITARE lOF •COUNTERFEITS COUNTERFEITS! .
See that he signature of "CI:M.• JACKSON,"
is on the RAPPER of each , bottle.
I PRICES :
,'.- - , •
Large Sit (holding nearly couple quantity)
- 161,00 per...139.tt1e--half -doz. 55.00 .
Small Size r 7s ets. r i Dottie—half doz. $4.00
,Shoil4 your rratest druggist not have the
article, do not be put off by any of the intox
•ltating preparations that may be offered fn its
place, but send to us, and we will forward,
securely picked, by express. .. •. ..
PRINCIFAD OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY
(Suciessiors to C, M. JACKSON & C0.,)1 •
• -1 .! , PROPRIETORS.' .
FOR sale by Druggists aull,Dealers in ovary
towr in tin toiled States.
GEINASI6, Potter Co„ Pa., Aug. 1, i O4
Xr, °TICE: is hereby given that Charles Bu.
slior,luow or late of this pmutyjiolding
the following describedproperty:lo4 *c yes
paid any consideration whatevertintini same,
land all persons are hereby warned not to pur•
chase any of said property of the.said Busher
before the_: decision of the Court-is given - in
this case, -and C. Rubor. has. paid:to TO the
consideration money therefore.
The following is the property :
Ist. A certain tract of land near the s Ger.
mania Mill, in warrant 5075, Abliot,iontiship,
Potter contity„.Pa., containing 100 ::acres.—
Also 25 acres, in warrant 5078 and ndrnining
2nd. A Certain tract of land with Mill aa4
improvements thereon, near Kettlereek, in
warrant 5819, Stewardson townshlpa L POtter
count}, Pa., containing about-204 scree,_ I
C. Bushor holds also intrust *arrant No.
5101, in Gaines township, .Tioga conaty s .Ps.,
on 'the toad leading from Germania to Galues,
containing 850 acres. '•
A T. -
IT. J. 0 LAMSTED' 4 %, ,
TORE • can always be" found t6ebi!it
1.0 Cooking, Box and Parlor
T 0 V E
Also. TIN and SHEET 'IRON WAREVVOTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS,' SCOTCH brOWIB7
FRYING-PANS, SA?-PANS, and' CAULD
RONS. Also :
Agrithiltural Implement* . •
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, ', - C15017,14
TORS ; BORN-SHELLEILS,"LIOBSE-1141S,
DOG-POWERS, dm. • ,
is - well made ,and the material good: !Good
and substantMl EAVES-TROUGHS putup in
any part of the County-Terms easy. , iteady
Pay- of all kinds, including Cash, Seldom
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Clint
S ouse, Coudersport. , Aug. 1, 1863.4-40
Just in and to be sold just as cheap is the
"times" will allow. • • • •..r;
An assortment of almost everything needed
by anybody, Such as
- • SCHOOL BOOKS • •••
DBY GOODS BOOTS k SHOOS
And other Medicines.
In exchange Livant
L" GREENBA CKS I": tE
DRIED BERRIES; • ' COUNTY ORDIiIta,
Most all kinds Of GRAiN.- • i.O),
• ' - LUCIEN Blatt:
BroCklan4, Pa., Nov'r, 1863.
HOW LOST ! BOW .I.I.ESI:OP.ED 1
Just published hi a.sealed etivelope„hrics its
A Lecture on the. Nature,-Treatment andraftd
ical cure of Spetnatorticea or &ridual Weak
uess, Sexual Dehility, Nervousness, andidtal
uutarY,Eznissium4, including InipateneyiPoe.o
-suruption and Mental and Physic*bDebilily,
The important fact that the awful .cOuseqtran •
ces of Self-Ab ash Inlay- be effectually , removed
without internal Medicines or.-therdangerctos
application of caustics,instrumentsanediesead
and other impirical devices, hers
clearly .dernonstsated, and the entirelyrnetw
and highly sticeepsful treatment as e'doptedby
the celebrated author,fully explained.by means
of which eserf Oie is-enabled-to cure-himself
perfectly. and at the least possible cost, there
by avoiding all the advertised nostrums of O.
day. This leCture,-will proi.e a boon to thou.•
sands and thousands: • r i.
- Y ,- ,;*Seut 'under' net, to any - roidetto 6 it
a plain, sealed. enfelope, on the receipt esti
ceufs; or two postage stamps, by addressing,
' Ur. CHAS. J. KEANE; •:—.4
127 Bowery,..yeei ! York,-PostOffice Box. 4.686;
C. H. VvrARRiNER.- -
Continues to repair:CLOCKS, WA.TCHESir.4I
JEWELRY in' C tidersport, atithlsevpi cor.;-
stuntly on hand and for sale E good ,assort,
merit of r -
WatclLes, and •
Or the very best ot*lity. Ah3o, •
PLATED WANE, : • SPEOTACILEd i
VIOLIN sTRL;ps, REVOLVERS, &e. • •
. • •
Also, a full euppiy • •
Fis!Ulm Tackle 1: ••-.•:,
which he is sellthk at- the loweA` Prioelo' 11)0
cash. Every article sold warranted lobe ne
• Shop on Main Street, two doors "."aort..4..ee
P. A. Stebbins CO's Store, 't the sign the
LL nosmsr persons indebted to nic"‹..re re.
11l quested to pay within onc inotitkt.'what
they owe to the, to Esquire Cusltini;•ai4 take
his receipt. Cheats luny learp their. amen
standing on the list in Esquire anshfilwArlitncis
as an undeniable pcopf
anti' worthiness to Bgure:in the
E. JOrillG, D
Coudersport, Jun,,l2, 1863 1
HOTEL TO RENT.
I T 4 YMAN HOUSE, East, corner :yam Street.
Ulysses, Potter ' County, Pil. Can_he
rented for one year commencing 15th Slay
1864. Payment quai-terly in ad .w.s.; sealed,
proposals can be let; with F.T. Tor tor.
at Ulysses, or with the undersigt PA at CLev,A
laud, Ohio, until May, lst, 1864. ,
. •U. tZt..i:VAAS.
April, 6, 1864.
at 14 seat