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THE POTTER GO JNIEY- . 7 . JOURNAL
Cinulangort, Wednesday Evening A= 29, MIL
focal and General. •
See New Advertisements.
Wool Wanted-1-P. A Stebins k Co.
Special Election Proclamatio. C. tai
Splendid New Books--Carleton Pbblisher.
Jar The drafted men from his bounty re
port at Tioga Borough this week..
g ar The cause of our not receiving a mail
on Monday evening'. was nwing tog collision
on the N. Y. k E. R. IL, hear Neisr York city.
itel„ The weather (with the exception of
Monday and. Tuesday of this week) has for
some time been intensely i
warm. :Rain is eery
mar The Atiqnticlhly, that ever wel
come visitor, is on hand forinly., This mag
agstine should betakeu by everybody. Tick
nor & Fields Publishers, Boston.
'M.A. letter from Lebanon 'county, this
State, under date of June 12, says that the
Crops are looking very fine and third they are
ler The funeral sermon of. Capt. DENNIS
H. CEIEESBRO, killed at the' battle of Dallas, in
Georgia, will be preached in the Hhmer School
House on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, July
ger We see that our Boro Ugh fathers have
'determined 'to improve the sidewalks in the
tillage. It is time: they arelin a' horrid cou
dition. See ,to it that it is 'Well and speedily
We are pleased to learn tloit our friend
b. H. Simmons, is again on his feat and so far
recovered from his late severe wound as to be
able to till up his stare with NeWlGuods of
his own selection. • .1
rbThere tciil be three election.i . this year;
the first fur ur against . the. Conititutional
Amendments on the lnd day of August ; the
Geueia/ Election on the 2.nd Tuesdi2.,- of Oc
tober: and the Presideutial election in No
_,There be Teacher's Institute
held in Coudersport nn SatUrday the 9th day
of July. The - Teachers of, the surrounding
districts are invited to attend. The County
Superintendent will be preSent and assist in
deliberations. . .
, pa r We publish this week the SberiT's
ProclamatiOn for a special eleCtiowto vote for
or against the amendments to the Constitu
tion. We• will print tickets for the amend
wents we presume there will be none wanted
against them. ,Let the friends of the soldiers
tee to ft that they am not disfranchised.
VAICABLE FUR THE SOLDIER.—BrOCM'S Bran
llial Trciches will b'S , found invaluab'e to the
Soldier in camp, exposed , to the sudden
_ichanges,—affordingprompt relief in cases of
coughs, colds, vtt. For o ' ffleers and- those
hoover-tax the voice they are useful in re
9ering Irritated Throats, and will, render ar
t, culation easy. As there arc Imitattons, be
enre to obtain the genuine.
AgrAny Widow, or Parent, or Orphan s or
Brother, or Sister of eny Soldier,. tailor or
Marine, killed, or whc has died in the service;
Of the United States, who deiire NINETY-SIX i
DOLLARS ($96) a year Pension, from ONE I
HUNDRED TO ELEVEN HUNDRED AND`
INETr-FIVE DOLLARS ;1195) •CASFI
BOUNTY, and all the arrears of pay due him,
should. cah at once or write to JOSEPH' E.
f. - ) ;
VITT & COMPANY, - .No. 427 Walnut St., i
it e Military & NaraA_Ageney, rhiladelphia.
Also: State Pay,3,ounty, City,, Ward or
zither Bounty, &c., if there is any due. Apply i
.ei' her in person or by letter. • ; • • i
-t pt. Dennis 11. Cheesbro, Co.
G, 46 Reg. Pa. Vol.
other face shut out from the Summer,
Where the field with our Northern blood is
ictl.ter brave heart stilled forever,
Where :so many of Freedom's sou's lie dead!
l e ha , ppy-hersted birds were singing
Ia the sweet June woods, when the message
[led, in the very hoar of tritnph;-
-ought to heaven in the bauleiflnme!"
e birds siag yet their wordless anthems
n the wood ire knev sad loved so well,
mountain home is bright as ever,—
Hat nOt for she one wb.ofell 1.
„1” , e clover crimson, down in the meadow,
I he mountain air is calls and %sweet ;
But what are birds or dainty blossoms.,
o those who lie at Freedtm's feet?
"H faltered not in the storm o ,
e was true to the end," his brave men said;
K' trine that, through our pain sad sorrow,
e can hear to say, "lie is dead r
is ' pet Harpers, make no mournful music!
ut breathe instead a triumph strain]
For one who did not shrink from duty,
!Lies. peaceful-with the holy slain I -
Sad friends. =ld your loss and eriffsidg,
This blessed comfort ;e can take;
That one you loved was counted Worthy
To die for Freedom's Basel
Tun Itisrciar Or D. fIosrETTEBYS STOMACH
Dirraas. The niost remarkable Medicine of
the 'day; and the Many eines that hare been
performed with it in cases of Liver Complaint,
Dispepsia, Nerschis Debility, and other dis
eases arising from a disordered stomach or
liver, places it at once among the most aston
ishing discoveries that ECas taken place in the.
Medical world: The diseases to ;which bit
ters ate applicable are so universal that there
are but few of our friends who may not test
their virtues in their own familiesior circle of
acquaintances and prove to their, own satis
faction that there is - at least one remedy
'oaring' the many adverti : sed• niedicines, de
serving the public commendation.,
. For sale by Druggists land dialers every
i•- , 7 , 4-..MilcItDE UPEilptEArEi _
tretit4ileiery'Wednesilay by P. A..sna.
&SS 411000., RetatT-Dealers in Groceries .
I ; and-Provisions,
opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
, ic .
.. Couldersport, ga. - .
Apple, pry, 10 . 1 bsh., ' n $1 00 to i 25
d 6 , - dried, - " '-- I - 2-00 z5O
Beasts, - " " .3 00 350
Beeswax, It lb., • `-'- - 30 35
Beef, . " 7 8 -
dried,.? quart 10 _lB
Buckwheat, 12 bash., 87 100
Buckwheat Flour,. 300 375
Butter, `f 104 25 ' 25
Cheese, " ' 12 14
Cloverseed 1 700 750
Corn, 70 bush., 1 - 25 150
Corn Meal, per cwt., 300 325
Eggs, iy doz., 18
Flour, extra, , 'p bbl, 825 925
do superfine " 700 800 '
Hams, 'fil lb., 14 16
Hay, v ton, • 1 - 12 00 14 00
Honey, per lb., ' 10 124
Lard, I ,g l I, 14 16
Maple Sugar, per lb.,' 1 ' 12 15
Oats, ' bush., ';,. 60 65
Onions, "- ._, 100 125
Pork, 11 btiL, . 25 06 27-00
do 14 tb.;
do in whole hog.
Potatoes, per bush.,
Peaches, dried, 11 lb.,
Poultry, 13,1 b-,
Rye, per bash.; •
Salt, bbl, • • • .A, •
do gl sack,
Trout, perk bbl.,
Wheat. "t 1 hush.,
White Fish, 11 bhl.,
CansumpOre sufferers will receire a valua
ble prescription for the cure of Consumption,.
Asthma, Bronchitaa, and all Throat and Lung
affections, (free of chfirge.) by sending their
address to Rev. E. A. WILSON.,
HOW LOST ! LHOW RESTORED!
Just published, a new edition of Dr.
Ctliverwellls Celebrated Essay
on the radzcal cure (without medicine) of
SPRRMATOkIIIOEA, or SemirMl Weaknecs, In
voluntary :Seminal losses. Ineorexcr, Mental
and Physic:lJ Incapacity, Impediments to Mar
riage, etc. : 1 ,ft150. CoNSLIIPTION. EPILSPSY, and
FM; induced by self indulgence or sexual
Frice. inn sealed envelope, only Ceens
The celebrated author in this admirable
essay clearly demonstrates, from 4_ty
years succe.ssful practice. that the ing
ronsegnenqs of self-abuse may be radically
cued withoilt the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife—
pointing out a moue of cure, at once simple.
certain andleiTecutal, by means of which ev
ery sufferer,, no matter what his condition
mac be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
`This:, Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address. post-paid, on receipt of six cents, or
two post stamps. Address the publishers.
MIAS: J. C. KLINE - k CO.,
127 Bowry, Now Tork,Post office box 4586.
la AS GIVEN UNIVERSAL SATISFAC
TIO'N during the fourteen rears it ha... ,
been introdUced into the United States.—
After being; tried by millions, it has been
orocla.tned the pain destroyer of the world.
!Pain cannot be where this liniment is ap
plied. If used as directed it cannot and net
'er has failedin a single instance. For colds.
coughs and influenza. it can't be beat. One
25 cent bottle will cure all the above. besides
being- useful in every family for sadden acci
dents, such; , as burns. cuts. scalds, insect
sting's, ke. It is perfectly innocent to take
internally, and c.tn be given to the oldest
person or youngest child. Price 25 and 50
cents a bottle.l Office, 56 Cortlandt Street
New York. SOld by all druggists.
Motile° to Drafted Men.
OFFICE PROVOST MARSHAL,
18TH DISTRICT PEEN . A.
WILLIAMSPORT, June 7 '64.
Drafted men , are not allowed to enlist as
volunteers after being drafted. The credits
for drafted men *ill remain for the Sob-Dis
tricts from which they are drafted. no mat
ter whether Neal bounty has or has not been
paid to such men. upon illegal enlistments.
WM. 4. BLAIR, Capt. it Pro. Mar.
3t 18th Dist. Penn's.
Please annoance in your paper that JOHN
M. KILBOURNE is a candidate for the office
of Hepresentatire br Potter County. K.
Pike Mills, June 8. 1864.
WHEREAS, my wife BRIDGET CALA-
H ANhas left my bed and boat(' with
out just cause or provocation. I hereby warn
all persons against harboring or trusting her
43u my account aa I will pay no debts of her
contracting. E PATRICK CAREY.
RouLet, JuneA, 1864.-3 t. •
Pension BOunty and War Claim
13ENSIONS Droeured ftir soldiers of the
present war who are disabled by reason of
Wounds received or disease contractracted
while in the service of the United States; and
pensions, bounty, and arrears of pay obtained
fur widows or heirs of those who have died
or been. kired while in service. All letters of
inquiry promtly answered, and on receipt by
mail, at a statement of the ease of claimant I
will forward the necessary papers fur their
signature. Fees in Pension cases as fixed by
REFERENCES.-7nall. ISAAC, BENSON ,
G. Otataren, .I.'S. ;ea, .Esq.. F. W. KNOX,
Esq. - ' DAN BAKER,
Claim Agent Ceaderport Pa.
Jane 8, _
Having secured the services of
HENRY a COWBMW,
of twenty- years , : experience in - England and
- America: lam prepared to tarnish farmers
and travelers with the best of
HbrSii and Ox Slidoehig?
Shingle Mavis; glacier ,
mire - Nis . "
Brookiand, Potter .Co., Pa.
- forukerly called Cnshingsille
311 1 IY IOC! : •
Kings Co., New York
.......-.0 - . e. _ ,
0 PER CENT, SAVED !
Nos. 1 At 2,
WiIITENYILLE, N. Y.
FELLOW CITIZENS, Friends and Custom
era I return my thanks to you for the
liberal patronage bestowed upon me for the
past ten years. lam now adding to my stock
to select from •
$20,000 Worth of New Goods,
and have opened a branch store at WHITES
VILLE, N. Y. where we shall keep -fit Large
Stock of the best quality of Goods, and shall
ever endeavor to giv i e our customers large
bargains. We are now selling
Good Sbirtings and Sheetings for 25 to 30
cents. worth 30 to 40.
Good Prints from 18 3-4 to 20 cents, worth
25 to 28.
Good Delains 25 to 31 cents, Worth 31 to 37i.
Good Plaid Alpaccas 28 to 30 - cents, worth
50 to 75.*
Extra Plain Alpaccss 40 to' 63 cents, ;worth
63 to 88.
Extra all-wool Delains 37i to 50 cents, worth
50 to 75.
Fine Mozambiques 22 to 25 cents, worth 38
Fine all- wool Merinos 69 to SO cents, worth
SI to 51.50.
A large stock of Cassimers. K. Jeans, Sad
neits, Broadcloths, and other goods equally
This branch of oar trade we call your atten
tion to in particular, as we can and wiltsare
you 25 to 50 per cent_ Fine suits froth $l2
to $.15. worth $2O to $25. Good black oaths
for $3,75, worth $4,50. Extra Doeskin $4,50.
of the Best and Latest Fashions, very low.—
. Fine.Mcrinos, Thibet, Wobl, Brocha. Stella,
,and most other kinds. '
Boots 4' Shoes.
A large assortment very low. /
Fine French Calf Ladies' Shoes for $1.25
en's Fine Calf Boots $3,75 to $4,75, worth
$5 to $6. '
Hats and Cops for
Ladies and Gents, very tow.
C 'ockery and Hard are,
gankse 4ntinits, fit.,
at prices far below the present rtiarket prices
Pork, Fiak. l .-1 Hams,
Pepper, Spire, cte.,'
as low ive can be bought in
' ' 7ea,
Not having time or space to note furtber,tve
would say to those asking why we can afford
to sell below Vier dealers, s this, we buy
very large amounts and are in New York
about one-fourth of the time, and are so well
acquainted with Alia., market., that we buy
many goods IoW and can afford to sell them
, at home at less prices than many - merchants
I buy in New 'York. Our Store at Whitesville
is under the management of lir. E. J SHEP
HARD, who has been with me at Oswayo for
the past two years. well known to the people
of this section, and will ever try to give them
all bargains for their interest. Our store at
°sway*, under the management of in broth.
er, W3l STILIIONS, an experienced ;dealer,
who will ever give all customers,tbe bepefit
of all bargains. An early call, is teipectly
solicited. Totals Tro* .
c. H. BlnMelfSi
6 - yo Regal
stra ator No. I:,
• Whitestrille Regulator No. 2.
-119 , 35-1864. • ' .
P. A STEBBINS & . Co.,
Have just received from New York, a large
stock of seasonable GOods which they w ill
sell as low as any house in the County; con
sisting of • • ,
it all varieties viz :
ALP 4 s,
SZAWLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, &c
Full stock of MEN'S
FASHIONILE,LE - CLONINd I
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS it CAPS,
&c , &c., &c.
CHOICE STOCK 014
AL' WAYS 01V iL4IVD
Tea from . 75 &a to 82 Or pound
. _ . •
3'l'krßlll:l4 4 3' & Co;,
atifitO geicilitt Streets
Conderepark Ml 7 ii, i844.4y
cult Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart,Chok
ing or Suffocating sensations when in a ly
bfgposture, 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, &c., Sudden Flushes of ( Heat,
Burning in the. Flesh, Constant Imagi
nings of Evil, and great Depressions
of Spirits. '
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN' BITTEBS ! -
Are not a new 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 preimra
The proprietors have thous nds of Letttrs
from the most eminent
Testifying of th,ir own p.r:onal knowledze.
to the brnegeial etlyets and medical virtues of
We call the attention °fail It tying r.-I.kirons
or friends in the army tot he fact !hat "Ilct 3F
LAND'S German Bitters" will cure nine tenths
of the iiiseases induced b. exposure& and
privations incident to camp life,. In the lists.
published almost daily in the newspapers on
the arrival of the sick, it Will be noticedkliat
a very large proportion are suffering frotir de
bility. every case of that kind!can'be read
ily cured by Hooffand's German Biitt!rs.
Diseases resulting from disorder; (4' the diges
tive organ are slieedily removed. We have
no hesitation in,stating that , if these Bitters
were freely used among or. soldi r,, hun
dreds of lives might be saved tlMt other
wise .will be lost.
We call particular attention to the follow--;
ing remarkable and well authenticated cure
of one of the nation's heroes, whose life, to
use his own language, "has been saved by
the Bitters :"
PHILADELPHIA ; Aug. 43, 1665.
Msssas. Josts g,entlethen,
your Hoofland German Bitters has saved' my
life. 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 eonizant of all the circumstances
of my case. I am, and have been for the last
four years, a member of :, , Iterman's celebrated
battery, and under the immediate com
mand of Capt. R. B. 4yreS. Through the
exposure attendant upon my arduous duties,,
was attacked in November last with indani
ation of the lungs, and was for seventy-two
days in the hospital: This was followed by
great debility,, heightened by an 'attack of
dysentery. I was then removed from the
White House, and sent to this city on board
the Steamer 'State of Maine," fram which
landed on the 25th of June. Since that time
I hare 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;
anything. and if I did force a morsel 'down,' it
was immediately thrown up again. -
I could not even .keep a glass of wateron
my stomach i . • Life could not last Mader such
circumstances ; and, accordingly the physi
cians who had been working faithfully, tho'
unsuccessfully to rescue me from the grarp
of the dread Archer, frankly told me they
ould ilo 'no more for Me, and advised me to
see-a clergyman, and to make such disposi
tion of my limited funds as best spited use
An acquaintance who visited me at the hos.
pitaL Mr. Frederick Steinbton, of Sixth below
Arch Street, advised me, as a forlorn . hope.
to try your Bitters, ; and kindly, prod a
bottle. From the timed . cdmmenced taking
them the gloomy shadow of death receded,
and I am now, thank God for it. getting bet
ter. Though J hayir taken but two bottles,,l
have . gaised rem riontaii; and.,lfeel sanguine
of :being : -ernkitted to rejoin my wife arid
daughter, frotri.yrtium I have heard nothing
for eighteen months f for. gentlemen. I am a
fiom the vicinity of Front I
.To yOur invaluable Bitters I owe the'
-certainty II life which hits taken the place 'of
'ague fears—to your Bitters will I owe the
glorious privilege or again clasping. to My!
bosom-those who are dearest to the in life
Very truly yours, ISAAC MALONE
We fully concur in the truth of the above
statement. as. Nye had der:: airNi of seelut. our
comrade. lir. - llnlone. re Cored In health. .
John Clt•i;l l . , :b ,ck. York Battery..
3ei - .ley. Co. C. :1111 %lin t -
Lewi, 1124 New York.
E. Siwnc(r. Ist Art'll,-r
Fd.-eirell. "0. S. 2d Vf:1 = 1 , ,y.11. :
Benr! B. Jerotzie.l:o 11, d o.
Benly T.-Macdotitikt, Ce: C. 6th ll:titr2
John F. Ward, Co E, sth Maine. .
Herman Knell. Co. H. 72.1 New York.
Nathaniel B. Thomas. Co F, Pena.
Andrew J. Kimball. 0".
John Jenkins, Co B. 106 - ir ;.
BEWARE OF COUN7 ERFEITS
See that the_signat*treuf'•C M JACKSON.
is on the WR.I4-PPER of each bottle::
- - PRICES:.
Large,Size (holding uearly double
$l.OO per Bottle-ib.ilf noz $5:O
Small Size-75 cis. pr Bottle i.O
Should yOur nearest drtg,:tist . ocit Lice the
article, do not be put WY luy o . et e in:•3x.
icatingl preparations that rimy ht; otri:red rz it',"
place, but send to us, and we will forward.
securely packed, by express.
PRINCIPAL OFFICt AND MANUFACTORY
NO. 6;31 Rich Strek.
Jtijs;P.S 4k, EVANS..
(giiccesiors to C. N. :JACKSON k Ca,)
FOR ink bytroggists and Dealers in ever)
lily!, in tire "NW &atm
A dIQNIY ViN6ENTRettIiD_VEGETABLE EXTRACT
Genii,.. B=it t ers,
Di. C. 21 - . itaohison, Philada.Pa.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CiiRY
Chronic or Nerrinti Deldlitk, Diseases of
the Kidneis, and all diseases arising
from a diki-iiired Liver or Stomach,
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness
or Blood tothe Head,Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for FoOd,Ful
ness or weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking orFlottering at
the PiCof the Stomach, Swimming
of the Head, Hurried and DUE-
AND THE FRIENDS. (11 , SuLDIERS
TO ROM CdittitAltchitt
ESPONSIBLE parties able and des . iron*
of undertaking the building of the en.:
tire or a part of a clug.roadi (16i feet Ride, )
of from 12 to 15 runes in the South-Eastern
part of Potter.Coquty, Penne:, .mar:apply for
particulars to CHAS. MEINE, Esq., Surveyoil
Germania, Potter Co., Pa.
June 8, 1864.-tf.
Mercantile ,• •
List of Dealers in Merchan se in.the conety
of Potter, for the yeat 18 with claasifics4
lions, Ac. -
.1 1 / 5 0.4. A iis' t
T. Scot, :Allegany, 14 - .$7:00
F. T, Stibt, - Ulysses, ' 14' 7.00
Chappell Altfothers, , 'do 14 7.00
Mary 2f. Hackett, ,i do T - . 14 7.05'
L. Bird. do 14 1.00
P. A. Stebbins, Couderset, 13 10 00
D. E. Olmsted , 1.,..
.,.. do 13 10.40
C: S. i f E. A. Jones„. do 13 10.00
C. Smith, ' I do 14 7.00
E. K. Sphencer, ~,„I ; do 14 ' 7.00
I. S. Mann, I , do 14 7.00
H. J. Olmsted, 1; do 14 too
C. 11. Warriner, . . do 14 1.00
Glassmire A. '.7olwell ' I do 14 7.00
B. S. Colwell. , I Sharon 14 7.00
A. W. Humphrey, • ; do 14 'OO
C. H. Simmons, ; Oswayd, •11 15 00
Wm. McDougell. - i do • 14 7.00
8.5.C0l la ell,Westort ABro. Roulet 14 7.0-
Mason Nelson,-- , - : Halal's, 14 1.00
Henry Andresen, 'kettle Cr'k, 14 7.04
H. Thep,Germania, 14 7:0011
- uharles Meisner, do 14 ' 7.00
14 1 7.00
Jacob Kull, ! do
• • •
Augusta Hepp, do "14 rim
Frederick Ocb, do breciery 10 5:001 ,
J. Sch'warzenbach, do " 10 5,OQ\
Mrs. IL Goodman, Harrison, 14. 7.00
Wilcox . Wbitcouth, do 14 7.00
J. & W..Hartis, • •do 14 7.00
G. A. Barclay.- - Wharton 14 1.60
Z. J THOMPSON, Mercantile Aper:
1011HiL;ADELPHI.-1 . 4t- ERIE ItAiLEOLIK—e :
This great Jioe traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylsariia to
the city of i Erie, on Luke Erie,
It has peen leased by the Pennsylvania Rail
Road Company, add nder 'their
b. ins rapidly opened: throUghoat its entire
„ 7 - ,
It is nowin use for Passenger and Freight
buiiness from Harrisbur g ,•to S. Mary's (218
miles) kin .the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erie, (78 ?miles) on the Westerg
. kth .
MEIOPHPISSENGER tiLINS AT ilITOli:
-Leave gistward. •
Expr•ss Train, 3 50
- Leave Westward.
Accommodation Train; 1 - 30P. M.
wav between Philnde)pbia and Lock 13aved
and between Baltimorij and Lock Haven.
Elegant ,S.leeping bitii on xprets Trainer
both ways ;between Williamsport and Balti
more; and WilliatmspOrt and Philadelph4.
For intormatko respecting Passenger.
ness apply at the S. El Cor. 12th and Maikei
Arc for weight business of the Ccimpany's
S. B. tingsto.n, t'.sr. 13th I
J. W.' Rezt olds Brie_
J. $l. Drill, Agent 11..Baltimoro:
GM'l Freight Av.
Lstiszs t. HorPr . .
Jos. D. Porrs. . „ , ,
continues to repair CLOVES, WATCHES. and
JEWELRk . in .CoydersOrt, and keeps c;cin
stantly on liand er,d- for, iA!e a good azsert
1 Watcheir, 4.na
or the very vest quality. !Also,
PLATED tVABE, SPECTACLES,-
VIOLIN STRINGS, REVOLVERS, ke:
Afso, a full snpplv of I
whicl.l` he is sellidg at the lowest prices for
cash., Every article sold warranted tOte as'
:Shop on ltIo• in Street, two doors. norib of
P. i. Stebhrns & Co's Store, of the sign °Lim •
[ N Notice:
ri4A.!: . ,
Potter . Co., Pb.. '
oncE is hereby given that Charier Bu
-111 short now or late of this•connty. bolaing
the following described prtepgity. ha; not yet
paid Any consideration whatever fcr the same,
Ind all persons are herebylwarned not to par.
chase any of said propertyiof tbe said Bashof
before the decision of thet Court is . gi . ify: iq
this case and C. pushor yes paid to u e the
emu ilerition money therefor.
The following is the r.toterty:
Ist. A certain tract of qtn3 near th'e her.
mania Mill, in warrant 50i5. Abbott totitisbi ; i,
Potter county,. Pa., containing 100• acres.—
Also 25 acres in . tvarrant 5078 and sajoinin'z'
2nd. A certrin tract Of land, ulth YIN awl .
~t!iereon. near Kettle Creek, it;
trarr. , nt S 1 9 , Stewarts.on township, Potter
iso. , :t3-, Pa._ contAning abOut 204 acres .,
C. iltistior hold's also in trust.7t:srrant no.
- !.301. in Gaines towns.biy : Tiot,a "i-oli:ni - r; Pa.,
ont.he road reading froth Gertliania. to C-sinen,
containing - 856 acres.
tf WM. RADDE.
.ff Err. c.
GENT:i for the Collection of Claims
-I:gaing she United StaCrs d Burn Gov.
eraments, such as Peasion . .i Bour,y, rs
of Fay ';tc. Addresv Box 9S, Hari:shard •
CASH pztn? FOB RUTTER,
bfr E. K. SrvatiOr s
BLOult OF ao . .s-Es,-I.r I'zie Ls
11,66/4.—at. BTEBSZTS' •