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THE POTTER COUNTVOURNMi
COndeinVert,WednesdayEVeninilfay 4, int
ma. Se e, New Adrertisements:' '`
Administrators Notice—Ann etrathara artd
idtvi l in Stratham. • :
Amendments to Constitution-7—FX - Slifer;
To -all Whom it may ConcernW. EL Blair •
.12dr WOOD ! WOOD ! ! sited iminedi.
Addy at this 'office on subscription. •
ta.:Garabaidi has arrived-in England.—
Ilia reception was very flattering.
gir Rebel iron-clads are now. building in
- the French ports of Bordeaux. and Nantics.
- ger - Our thanks - are due Senator. Wilson for.
-a copy 'of the Adjutant General's Report of
- DZT-1.11 the great powers .bare agreed to a
, conference on Paintsh affairs, which meets in
Persons wishing a good and useful
magazine should subscribe for the Atlantid
Alonthly, published by Ticknorßos
Dar The Raleigh North Carolina Progrivs
'announces the -hanging; by citizens, of several
Confederate officers and soldiers, atnor g whom
'was a Major, for attempting to ynforce the
F/ZE —The barn of Mr. B.nsweltAdarus, in
',Sao, was destroyed by fire on Tuesday morn
ing last. Two horses, a carriage, calf, and
about 300 bushels of grain was burned. The
;fire is supposed to be the work of an incendi.
--ary.— Wellsville Press-
..DS. A wealthy. but ignorant farmer, in a
recent town meeting not far from Bridgeport,
Connecticut, moved, with great dignity, that
"this meeting now ,aiijouripsedixi.". The
motion was a.mendd by adding "E Pluribus
end unanimously carried.‘
sta,..So great was the great anxiety of the
'Chinese authorities to obtain some of the
Whitworth guns which formed thearmatnent
, of Commodore Osborne's srittadron, that they
-fire said to have offered to place sifter.
weight for weight., In the scales to purchase
Der The following is probably by Lorenzo
Dow: You can stops I clock at any moment,
but you cannot stop a watch. The same re
mark, my brethren, npplies to the stopping
the talk of a man and vomau. He is a zreat
coarse, , ugly machine, but you can sile!nce him.
She is a beautiful, fragile, jeweled thing—but
she Will run on till she stops orberse:f. •
tel_lt is stated that while Get'. Grant:was'
.going down to Washington one day' last WeekH
when the train, having attached to it the;
specilil car, stopped at Brandy Station, some
soldiers who were waiting to go down aekedi
if thy 'could net get in the car. "No, - was;
the answer of an officer; "this is Gen. Grant's
special car." Whereupon Gen. Grant, who
was 'sitting by the window, spoke and said.
' , •Gen. Grant occupies only dine seat ; the soh
dieri can rive."
rA'Coxklir.E.Fs.—Our law-makers at Wash -
ingtOtt are bard at work on the tax bill, and
are cornmentlatklv indnstrions. It now seemi-,
probable thaveversthintt needful will be done
to provide for the, support of our armies and
for a rig,Urous and successful prn'sfution of
the war. The new ten forty loan Is being,
rapidly taken, and there need he no fears, if
taxation is sufficiently resorted to. but the
national credit will betrittiaphantiv sustained.
- VOTICE is hereby given that letters of Ad
mini :tration on the estate of George In
graham, late of the township of Hebron in the
county of Potter, deceased, have been granted
to N , wman Dwight of said township, and A.
B. Goodsell of the Borough of Coudersport.—
All :persons therefore having claims or de
mands against the estate of said decedent,
, fuel requested to make the same known to
gZ"-A newepeperafier the .
'tyle of the Drum said Norman Dwight and A. B. Goodsell with
heat and the Spirit of 111 Fair is to he pub- : outldelay. NORMAN DWIGHT,
lishedliat the "Great Central Fair" to be held, • A. B. GOODSELL, Admrs.
in Pltiladelphia in June, to be under the edit-
April 19, 1864.-Gt.
otial l coatrol of Charles Godfrey Leland. It ,
United States Internal Revenue
will be beautifully printed, on the finest paper, , f
and will be prepared with special reference ' I Annual Taxes for 1864.
to binding in one elegant volume. It will be THE attention, of tax-payers is hereby
published daily for two weeks, and literary. ....... 1 called to the provisions of the united
contributions from those who may wi,h to aid Staics Eveise. Law relative to the assessment
the cause are solicited. Short and spirited . , ° „1.
I`h tits staxes
ix ' tn * section of the act of July I.
articles either in prose or verse, referring, to 1 ist-;;;!, itTis made the duty of all persons, part:
the war for the Union, and anecdotes of mill- nerships, firms, associations„ or corporations,
tary 'or hospital life, are specially d es i re d, i made liable to any manna' duty, license,. or
kr. Leland is the chairman of the newspaper t i r al L a c s n .
nFO to make
a FIR .o l t:-. °1'r)LI. return O F t
o M t . th e e
tommittee,- which also includes er• Tt W. —IT
--. Assistant Assessor of the District where lo-
Furness, George , IT. Eoker, and Professor catsd of the amdunt of annual income, the ar-
Henry Coppee. titles or objects charged with a special 1
. and the business or occupation liable to pay '
n.lr ‘:matt •ers have, any:license.
THAT SWORD: W proba h anyc .
very person who shall fail to make sach !
all heard of the itvord contest at the Metro-, return by the day specified will be liable to I
New politan Fair in York- A splendid sword, be assessed by the Assessor according to the
was to be presented to, the General of the ' best information which he cap obtain ; and in
anion armies who should command the most
sue case the Assessor is required to add
I fifty per centum to the amount of the items
votes. Everybody could Tote who would :of well list
pay a dollar for the soldiers, and every dollar I Ilvery person: Who shall deliver to an Asses=
secured a vote. Several individuals Toted alsortanj fa/se or fraudulent, list or statement,
great many times over, and it turned out at $• i t i r n o fe u rl i t r t e o d e b v y a i d a e w tb is e s T u a b l j u e rt e t t i to ott a or fi
n en e n o
f m fi e l r .;
ldst that Gen. Grant's friends bad nearly b„ridred g dollars; and in such case 'the list
16,0601:n0re dollars than the friends of Gen. :nilj be made out by the Assessor or Assistant
_McClellan, and so the former got about 16,- i -
kSS:PSEOi. and from, the valuation and enumer-
000 majority, and the sword to boot- The i ati l n yn t tent here. o
can be no appeal.
f the annual taxes exceß those
whole number of votes cast was 44,903 oft la , r
for BC:eases, will not be demanded until the
- which Gen. Grant received 30,291, and Mc-ithirtieth day of June, • • •
- Cle/lan 15,509—scattering, 163. Grant's ma- 1 The appropriate blot:A:s On which to make
, return, and all necessary information, will be
jority 15,782. This sword contest was one' furnished by the Assistant Assessors of this'
of the most lucrative speculations of the i Districtfor their respective Divisions, to whom I
Fair. The friends of McClellan hon - ever,gave i the returns should be delivered at their ofracesl
more dollars for the soldiers than could have; on or before the•first Monday of May.
_ I 1 GEORGE BOAL.
-been gott n out of them had they supposed ;
.t. S. Assessor, 18th District Pa.
1 that Gran 's friends Would come in so over- - Assessor's Office. • 1
kg:miming' . With their ,greenbacks at the dose.! Boalsburg, Mar. I .'64. j• 4
Let all be co - led however with the fact,
, or ASII PAID FOR. LUTTER.
:eat the money goes for a good cause. 1 X-- ) l'Y l
' - • Es ii. Spencer.
COriiIIS AND Cotes.-- . 0 1 1UE.0 are saTer-
ering from Coughs.. Colds, lionrseims3, Sore
-Throat, Sc., slmuld trr• "Brown'e Bronchial
Troches, — n simple remedy - which has relieved
thousands, and which is is almost ei - ery case
is confirmed that the Great Eastern
lias been chartered to lay the Atlantic Cable
.4: - `4 ) lmargi-Cirtftis t zior.
. _ .
Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB
BINS L . CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries
4 ' ,:,-: 4 9PC!Sits a F-griassmire:e. Hotel; :
-, ~.„111.j '. -4 :• ':.Coudersport, P 4. . - :,
Aptifes, areen, 70 bush., "sloolb 1 2a
,40 dried, 41 200 250
Betins. it 300 350
Be4swax; 70 lb., — 3O 35
Bef, cs 7 8
BeOies, dried, 7 e quart 10 18
1344kwheat,14 bush., ; , ; ; . - 817 100
Buckwheat Flour, • 3OO 375
Butter, V lb., • 25 25
' Cheese,'• l2 . 14
Clorerseed 700 755
Corn, i bush., 1 25 150
Corn Meal, per cwt., 300 3 W
Egg'Bi.V - 1d0z.,. :, -' ..' : : -!: 18
'Mir, ei'ra, - V bbl., : ' 8'25 925
do, superfine " , 700 800 ;
Hams, V lb-, 14 1C
Hay, V ton, 12 00 14 00
Honey, per lb., 10 12
Lard, " . 14 16
Maple Sugar, per lb., •31 15
Oats, 13 bush., 66 65
Onions, " • 100 125
Pork, 't? bbl.,
.: do 1:.! lb., 12 14
do in whole hog, 11 lb., • 8 9
Potatoes, per bush., -. : :-1 62 75
Pen Ches, dried, ? lb., . .25 30
Poultry, -1-1 lb.; - -.. :-: '. •-8 . 10
Rye, per hush., 125 150
do 7,31 sack," • ' 16
Timothy ced - -. 2so 350
Trout, per 3 . - bbl., 500 600
Wia r ite: V-11:
Cansumptire sufferers will receive a calm-.
ble preeription for the cure of Consumption,
AstbrM ; Brom;bites, and all Throtit and Lung,
affections, (free of charge,) by sending their
address to 'Rev. E. A. WILSON,
Kings Co., New York.
VENITIAN HORSE LINIMENT
iN pint bottles ,at fifty cents, cures lame=
,TICS?, ants, galls, cholic, &c. Read the
BOSTON, July 7, 1860.
Dr: Tow.ts: We have used for the past
veer your Horse Liniment for lameness, kicks;
braises, and cuts,
and in every instance
FOund it the best article I ever tried in this
circus company. Please send six dozen bot;
j ilas, as it is the only _liniment we , use now
We have 108 horses, some very valuable, and
do not want to leave town nohow, it.
I I - HYATT FROST,
I VanAmburg s Co's. Menagerie.
j Sioh; hr 11111 druggists.
iid:ce, 56 Gordan& Street, New York.
Pi..l.n.cnaly Consumption a Curable Disease
- A CARD.
The undersigned having been restored to
he4.lth in a few - weeks. by a very simple rem,:
edi t slier having wifer.td several years with
a severe lung affection. and that dread disease
Consumption—is guxious to make known to
his fellow-sufferers the means of cure.
To ail who desire ha will send a copy of
the prescription used ifree of charge), with
the directions for prevari og and using the
same. which they wilt fine a sure cure for Con
sumption, Asthma. Brencldtis, Coughs, Colds,
ke. The only object of the a dv.ertiser in ,send 7
ing the Prescription is to benefit the of
and spread information which lie conceives to
be. invaluable: and lie hopes cve`y sufferer
will try 'his.reruedy, :IS it will cost them no
thing, and may prove a blessing.
Rarties wishing the prescription w;11 please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
25 00 27,00
Williamsburgt . .
rings county - , New York
Brings many a change, therefore r hitvecon
, eluded to change my system of doing briskness
and I shall hereafter sell for
CASH or PRODUCE,
EGGS, RAGS, GRAIN,
DRIED BERRIES; &c.
TN my stock of Groceries I have a choke
I. assortment of
Also, PREPARED COFFEE,
Ibase a good stock (bought so that I am
enabled to sell at prices current before the
• PATENT MEDICINES,
Also, KEROSENE OIL.
are still kept
MEAL of all kinds.
And many other things too numerous to
mention kept constantly on hand and will
be sold for
than ever before offered in this market.
E. K. SPENCER.
Jan. 20, I£4l.
Will wring anything from a single Thread to
PRICES : $5.50, $6.00, and
P. A. Stebbins &.Co., - -
Agents for Potter connty.—Jan. 25. 18G3
State Normal School,
EDINBORO, ERIE CO., PENN'A
THE SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS.
CHEAP, THOROUGH, SYSTEMATIC
TEN . INSTRUCTGRS.
GOOD LIBRARIES, APPARATUS,
$32 pays for Board and Tuition, 14 weeks
Spring Teim opens March 15, 1564.
J. A. COOPER, A.M
A First C44s.T Farmer'.‘ . Magazine for l'enn'a,
1864 THE PENNSYLVANIA 1864
FARMER AND GaRDENER e .
Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture and
Edited and Published by
Wm, S. Young-& Co.,
52, NORTH GTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA
Terms 4 One Dollar a Year.
The sixth volume commences with Januar3 -
:lumber. Having obtained the services of
et.uinent and practical _Agriculturists, Horti
culturists, Stock Breeders and Bee-keepers,
we cc,ufidently oiler the current volume aS one
of the best ever issued, for originality,practi•
cal thuu& - ht and reliable, information.
sNNEs. FOR A SPECIMEN
For the Fruit, Flower, and Kitchen Garden:
1864 - THE 1864
W. G. P. BRINtKLOE, Publisher,
OFFICE t 23 .NORTH GTH ST., PHILAD'A
Terms : 0,50 a Tear.
EDITED BY THOMAS MEEIIAN.
The Monthly Content's 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 Foreign Intelligence—
Foreiem COI-respondents-Horticultural notices
IVlth each departmentment handsomely.il
These general features will be retained;and
the publisher pledges himself that no labor
or expense shall us spsred to render the suc
ceeding issues of the Magazine every way
worthy of the favor with which his previous
efforts have been amply rewarded:
SEND FOR A SPECIMEN.
The Ethral Annual for 1564.
- The Rural Annual and Horticultural Direc
tory is a little book published at the cotri
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
Manures, on Protection to Orchards, on the
13 , st Climate for Sheep, on Gathering Fruit,
on the Culture of Hops, on the Culture of
Flax, onPlanting Trees, and a hundred other
tirades interesting to the Farmer an4' Gar
dener. Price only 25 cents. It will be sent
prepaid by return mail on receipt of the price.
Address JOSEPH Haunts, Editor Genesee Far
mer, Rochester, N. Y.
The Genesee Farmer for 1864. A new vol
ume commences with the January tieriter.
Now is the lime to suliscribe. Only 75 cents
a year. All who subscribe befdre the Jannary
number is issued, will. receive the DeceMber
number free. -Address as abort.
OSWAYO RE GULATOR
The 'Very best prints, Cocheco'and!othergood
grades. from 14 to 1S 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, snperfinh extra
44, worth double the'moneY.
Good Merinos for 5s 6d, worth 125.1
A large stock of FURS, very low; also,
BUFFALO ROBES, good India tanned, from
$4 50 to $0 50, worth $l2 at the present time
in New York. I
Also a large lot of Cassimeres, 4s to Bs,
worth l'Js to 14s•:,
Good S4eetings . from 20 to 25 cents.
A good stock of LAWS' SHAWLS—a
heavy, fine, all-wool, double Broche 'Shawl,
for $8 worth $l5.
A large stock of CLOTHING ; good ! uits=
Coat, Vest, Hat, Cravat, kc., for $lO worth
$2O. Good, all-wool, Black Pants; fo'r $3.25.
BOOTS and SHOES very low • Women's
Calf Shoes as low as 88 cents. '
Good Teas for Ss, worth 1-4 s.
And a full assortment of all kinds of
Boots, Shoe; Hats, Caps; No
We mean, this Winter, to keep a Much larger
Stock than usual, and sell Chealier for the
times than ever; and all we ask of any one
is to examine our Goods and prices, a:nd you
will be satisfied that we perform according to
our bills. Our Auction will not interfere with
our Retail Trade, as it will be !midi in the
famous block noted for Great Bariaine.
C. H. 5'1313101C3.
November 16th, 18f3
EST- I ED 1760.
PETER. LORILLARD !
Snuff & Tobacco Manufacturer;
16 and 18 Chambers St.,
(Formerly 42 Chatham Street, Nem , Tor 7:,)
Would call the attention of Dealers to the
articles of his manufacture, 'viz. ; •
Fine Rappee, Pure Virginia,
Coarse Rappee, Natchitoteg
American Gentleman, Copenhagen,
High Toast Scotch, Fresh Hooey Dec Scotch,
Irish High Toast, Fresh Scotch,
*.,*Attention is called to the large reduc
tion in prices of Fine. CIA Chewing, and Smok
ing Tobaccos, which will be found'Of it:Supe
S3COKIICO. FIJF. COT suonrso.
Long, P. A. L., or plain. Si Jago,
No. I, Cavendish, or Sweet, 1 Spanish,
No. 2, Sweet Scented Oronoco,l 'Canister,
Nos. I k 2 mixed. T4kish,
Granulated, . Tin Foil Cavendish.
N. B.—A circular of prices will be sent on
IDRFSERVE Your Scanty, Symmetry of
Form, your Health and Ment4l Powers.
by using that safe, pleasant, popular,
specific remedy known as Helthbold's Extract
Buchu. Read the advertisenient in another
column, and profit by it—diseaseS and lsymp
toms enumerated. Cut it out add preserve it.
You flay not now require it, but may nit some
".‘it gives health and Vigor to the
And bloom to the pallid cbtelr."-
It sace,s long suffering and exposure beware
of counterfeits—cures guaranteed. !
Dr. A. FRENCH's'
CELEBRATED TONIC BITTERS
ALRE becoming the most popular Medicine
in circulationk for the cure of
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSLI, JAUN
DICE, DEBISITT OF THE NERVOUS
SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS of. the
STOEACH and DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
It is also gainin" . b a great, reputation in the
CURE of DIPTHERIA.
Principal Office, Coudersport, Potter Co:, Pa.
EK. Spencer's Ready-Pay Stare is
I:. -the only strictly Cash Store in Cauder:
sport. If you wish to buy 3oods foi" cleft,
call at SpeucCr's -- ' - .
WORTH or f'
Honey De* Scotch, ,
• Not Alcoholic. '• "
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE EiTRACT
A Pure .Tonio.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CTRL'
Chronic or .Ferrous Debility, Diseases- of
the Kidneys, and all diseases.arising
from a disordered' Liver or Stomach,
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness
or, Blood to thellead,Acidity of theStomacb, •
nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food,Ful
jriess or weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
' of the Head, Hurried and Difft-
cult Breathing, Fluttericig at the Heart,Chok
ipg or Suffocating sensations when in :a ly
tog posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots 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, Limbs, Sc., Sudden, Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh, Constant 'Magi
flings of Evil, and great Depressions
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BiTTEBS I
Are not a nen- 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
The proprietors bare thousand's of Letters
froin the most eminent
LA WYERS... . .
• PHYSICIANS, and .
Testifying of their or.'n personal knowledge,
to the beneficial effects and medical 'virtues of
these Bitters. •
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS !
AND - THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS
We call the attention of all having *elations
or friends in the army to the fact that "HOOF
LAND'S German Bitters" will cure nine tenths
of the diseases induced be exposures and
privations incident to camp life. In the lists,
published almost daily in the neWspapers, on
the arrival of the sick, it wilibe noticed that
a very large proportion are suffering from de
bility. Every case of that kind can be read
ily cured by Hooflauffs German Bitters.—
Diseases resulting from disorders of the diges
tive organs are speedily removed. We have
no hesitation in stating that, if these Bitters
were freely used anion our soldiers, hun
dreds of lives might be saved that other
wise will be lost.
We call particular attention to the follow
ing remarkable and well authenticated cure
of one of the nalion's,heroes, whose life, to
use his own language, "has been . saved by
the Bitters I"
PRILADELMI. 7 Aug. 23 r 1883.
MESSRS. JONLS .k. th7ANs.. 7 7Well,.gentlemen,
your Roofland German Bitters has saved my
hie. _There is no mistake in this. It is
vouched for by numbers of my comrades,
some of whose names are appended, and who
were fully conizant of all the circumstances
of my case. I am, and have been for the last
font years, a - member of Sherman's celebrated
battery; and under the, immediate com
mand of Capt. R. 8. - Ayres. Through the
exposure attendant upon my arduous duties.
j I was attacked in November last with inflam , •
ation of the lungs, and was for seventy-two
days in the hospital. This CV az followed by
great ' debility, heightened by-an attack of
dySentery. I was then removed from the
White House, and sent to this city on board
the Steamer "State of Maine," fr.pm which I
landed on the 28th of June. Since that time
I have been about as low as any one could be
and still retain a spark of vitality.- For a
week or more I was scarcely able to swallow j
anything, and if I did force a morsel down, it!
I was immediately thrown up again.
II could not even keep a glass of water on I
thy stomach. Life could not last under such
circumstances; and, accordingl- the pliysi-I
I clans who had been working faithfully, tho'
nninccesifully, to rescue me from the graip!
of the dread Archer;., frankly. told me they
could do no more for me, and advised rue to j
see a clergyman, and to make such disposi
of my limited funds as best suited me.
AM acquaintance who visited me at the hos
pital, Mr. Frederick Steinbron, of Sixth below •
Arch Street, ,advised me, as a forlorn hope, I
to try your Bitters, and kindly procured a ,•
bottle. From the time I .commenced taking I
thein the gloomy shadow, of death receded. I
awl I am now..thank God for it, getting bet- j
ter., Though I have taken but two bottles, 1, 1
have gained ten pounds, and I feel sanguine ;
of being permitted to rejoin My . wife and I
daughter, from whom I have heard nothing
for eighteen months ; for, gentlemen, I am a I
loyatVirginian, from the vicinity of Front I
Royal.. To your invaluable Bitters I cove the!
certainty of life which has taken the place of!
vague fearsto your Bitters will I owe the!
glorious privilege of again clasping to my J
bos9m those who are dearest to me in life. 11
~.: Very truly yours, -.ISAAC MALONE. 1
We fully concur in the truth of the above I
statement, as we had despaired of seeing our
comrade, Mr. ,Malone, restored to health.
John Cuddleback, let New York Battery.
George A. Ackley, Cd. C, 11th Maine.
Lewis Chevalier, 92d New York. '
1. E. Spencer, Ist Artillery, Battery F.
J. B. Fat•ewel, Co. B. 2d Vermont.
Henry B. Jercime, Co. 11, do.
Henry T. Macdonald, CO. C. 6th Maine.
John F. Ward, Co. E, sth Maine.
Eferinan Koch, Co. H, .12d New York.
Nithhniel B. Thomas. Co. F, 95th Penn".l
Andrew J. Kimball, Co. A, 3d Ver'thoit,
John Jenkins, Co. B. 106th Penn.
BEWARE OF *COUNTERFEITS
See that the signature of "C. 31. JACKSON,"
is on the - Wasepaa of each ,bottle.
Large Size (holding nearly donble.quantity)
$l.OO per IEI ottle—half doz. $5.09
Small Size-75 cts. prßottle—half doz. $4.00
Sbonld ybiir nearest druggist not have the
article, do not be put off by any of the intox
icating preparations that maybe offered in its.
place, but send to us, and we will fortviird,
securely packed, by express.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND lIANITACTORT
NO. 631 Arch Stregi;
JONES & EVANS.
(Sdecessois to C.. 11. JACKSON
FOR sale by Druggists an P d ßi l3 P es i l E a T i O u P etry
tos4 in the titaiietl States.
Grasta ' , AI, totter Co„ Pa., Aug. 1;,;14
IVOTICE is itierehy given that Charles
..L1 shot; uow or late of this county, holding'
the following described property, has not . yes
paid any consideratithi whatever fpr th'bsetule;
arid all persons are hereby iVa-ided tip) Ur put-.
Chase.any of said property Of the, saillifdshar
befori3 the decision of the Ctiiirt Is glien lei
this_case; and C. Bushor lies YaldStO the tbs;
consideration money therefore.
Tile following is the properly
Ist. A certain tract of land near the trer:
mania Mill, in warrant 5075, Abbot - ,townihlP t :
Potter" coo:Uty, Pi., containing 100 acrii:—
Juni 25 acres id *arrant 5078 and adjoiiting
the above. - • . •
2nd. A certain tract of land ;with .gilt lid
improvements thereon, near liettla fi,teeli, is.
warrant 5819, Stmardson
connty, Pa., containing about 204 acres..
b. Bushor holds also in bust warrant:(.:
5101, in Gaine3 township, Tioga conoty,:Pa.;
on the road leading from Germania to Gaines;
containing 850 acres.
J. 01.31gTE#g -
STOttE can always he fciimid the d
COoking, Box and Parlor
S .0 E
Also, TIN and SHEET -IRON WARE, PCiras;
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH B.OWLS;
FRYING-PANS; SAP-PANS, said tABLO:
such as PLOWS. SCRAPhRS, CHLt VA;
TORS, CORN-SHELIIEILS, HORSE-RAtEgi
is well made and the material gook: 00ei
and sithstantiai EAVES-TROCGHS list up in
any part of the 'County—Terms easy. Ready .
Pay of all kinds, includijag Cash; aeldon,
Store on Main Street opposite the bid Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1863.-40
Tait is and td, be sold just as cbiaii aajlti
"times" will allow.
An assortment of almost eveythitigliiiiaed,
be anybody, Such as •.1
DItY GOODS BOOTS & StietTS
, Arid other Medicines;
In ex.ebange I want
6-_ , ,ENTAbSS th
DRIED .BERRIES, COUNTY ORlkitt
Most all kinds of GRAB. •
Brookland, Plt., Nor'r, 1863.
HOW LOST 1 HOW RESTORED I
Just published ir. a sealed envelope, price ti 4S
A Lecture on the Nature,Tioaimenl.
ical cure of Spermatothcea or Seminal
ness, Sexual llty,;;Zerrottsice•-•-s, and ini;;l.
notary Ethission,7, including I,rnpate'iCv, an.
sumption' and Mental and Physical Rebllii!.;
liY Bou'r J. CEL : :ERivELL. M. 6.
Tne important fact that the aWful
ces of Self-Abuse mac be effectually; reriidie4
without internal medicines or the dahgeisitli
application of caustius,inlsirnmeUts , ,Mearipee4
and other impincal derives, to
clearly demonstrated, and theentirely , ip s .w .
and highly successful treatlitentai adopt!id
of which ei - ery one is enabled to cure bitiiielk
perfectly. and at the least possible coct, thee:
by atoiaino• all the advertised nostrums of thii
day. Thisiecture'Will prose a tio - Ch to WOW:
sands and thoUsands
*inent under seal, to. ani addrt.mir,
sealed pnVelopt, on the receipt Otlibt
cents, or two pastage.stanr4, by.attdressiiie;
CHAS. J. ELISE, .
Bowery, New York, Post Office Mix, 45k.
. - -
LL 110NRST persons indebted t.: ire are
quested to pc`s s .y within one i s -7611th, n hat
they owe to me, to Esquire Cuell l 4 and talc.,
! his receipt . Cheats may leate 'their nam:•
,on the list in Esquire ta:4iityrs httna
(ni an undeniable proof 4 b s t their disTtnaest,
and, worthin.ess•fo fignie:fr. the '•
'rgallery.” • •
E. JsbETIG, M. P.
HOTEL \TO RENT.
, , .
- 1 - YMAN IfOtSE, East corner Main Stmt ,
_ILA Ulysses, Pptter . Counts. - I':i.c::,e!:4
rented fpr one: year commencing,. iralt•likr
1864. Paynierit quarterly in nth Alice ; gelile.l
pi-opoSais can tie leis with F. T. ;::, y1.111+:44.
at Flisses, or *Ali the tandersip•Led at elf`tvr
land, Ohio, untii May Ist, 18U4. '
1 • c- t.',. L.!:11.4.
.I. 4 "pril 6, I.SC4.
at tl ai►fi