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Tj * *. 5.7-300 LOAN.
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The Secretary f lre'Prbasury gives notieg
that subsariptions will be received for Coupon.'
Treasury Notes, payable from Aug. 15th,1061 : f
with semi-annual interest at the rate of seve
and three-tenths per cent. per annum,--1 rin.-
cipal and interest both to be paid in laWful
ast(teffl luiplitfablelityt trikri
Of the. holder at ma arty, into .." 'Per . 14..
gold bearing bonds, payable not less than fivpi
nor more tiff& twenty years from their datd,l
as the Government may elect. They will b
issued in4c,ifiii•sAsol)l $lOO, ssoq,
$l,OOO. atediV;oou, 41.,,Wolbriptions must
be for fifty dollars or some 'multiple of fifty
dollars. ' 1
The notes will be transmitted to the owner?
free of transportation charges as soon after
the receipt-of-the original• Certificates of DO
posit as they can be prepared. „ fi
As the notes draw interest frord'August 16 , ;
• persons making deposits subsequent tothat
date mastay the interest accrued from date
- of,nolgto 1-',' , ,I sit' :A q
Ives ep: i .rt*efftylit'e tlfoissan
dollars and.uptvards for these•notes at any ong
time n ill .be allowed a commission of one
quarter of one per cent., which will be paid
by the Treasury Department upon the recel4
of t i he bill for the amount, certified to by this
Vtlficer rillithYvahiiiiirtheiSdeptisit netti.efiaetasi No
tideratietibttioltirt etimnitssiiittai Must 'ic;se - Ainade
4061-4tliedePosits.iii :1•1• , ofi Ta. 4 te •n6t ~) % _;,,,i;
SPECIAL AD reINTA GES of this --le(Ms.
It is a National Savings Bank, offering it.
higher rate of interest than any other, and
the best-security. Any savings bank whiatt'
pays its depositors in U. S. Notes, considers
that it is paying in the best cirCulating me.' 7 l
-din m of te,eb uotin and
, it cannot pay in any,-
thing bettgOoOwn f/i?titi l i ttre either in
government securities or to no es or bonds
payable in government paper. i
It is equally convenient as a temporary or'
permanent investment. The notes can al
ways be sold for within a fraction of their,
face and accumulated interest, and are' the
best securittlii,banWas collatterals for'
Convertible into a Six per cent. 5-20 Gold Bon i d.'
In addition to the yery::•liberal..•intere.stAin
the notes for three 'years, this Privilgge7of
conversion is now worth about three pertent.
for the current rate loy,t,s,s.o„,pois.is'not less
than nine per cent. prcniiwn, anthefOrellM war
the premium on six. per cent. U. S. stocks' was I
over twenty per cent. i 4, a' in, be seen that
the actual profit °lf thiS lel*, at the present
market rate, is not less than ten per cent. per
Its Exinviori from kkaa'or , Municipll Tazationj
But aside from all the advantages we havgi
enumerated. a special Act of Congress er r .'
,tetitfifirogtrlLsl4l,ol fildg:reasnry notes front local ,
' lazation. On the average, this exemption is
worth about two percent. per annum,•acceirdr
• ing to - the rate of taxation*varigla: parts of
It is believed that no securities offer so_great
inducements to lenderatas those 46110 by the
,government. In' all Othei" for4rA.of'intiebted
mess, the faith or ability of private parties, or
:stook. companies, or svyarate .communitieS,
•ontk, isideqedAdr4uynteth,t.vadle the whole I
property of the country is held to secure the
- .discharge of all the obligations of the United
,States. - ~'-:. •:,. t•_ci ~.....:.•
' While thegovernment offers the mostliberal
Berms for its loans, it believes that the very
.5 trorigif:ii,ffteall'Aill 'be to the loyalty I and
. patriotism of the people. -'
Duplicate certificates will be issued for all
•depo.sits.„, l 'l'?,e party, deposding must endorse:
upon' the'drigfahl certificate the denomination'
of notes required, and whether they are toile
issued in blank or payable to order. IC'heat
-9%.4dotsed it must be left with the officer re
halving the deposit, to be forwarded to they
Tieiisury Department. f - ' %
S4bSeriptiOnS will be received by:the Trens-
wet', of the United States, at Washington, the
sc - ral Assistant Treasurers and designated
Depositaries, and by the 1,
First Ntipitakßattk of Philadelphia, Pa.
First N'sitioa'aflititi'lt; of Danville, Pa.
O. •,;•:-.lt•Nti.tio,rtal Bank of Erie, Pa.
'l 7 Trt islttidnal Bank of Pittsburg,, Pa.
•nnti by all National Banks which are diTosi- .
taries of palate money and
•.. All Respectable mono ,
througheut the country will give farther in
Afford every facility to Subscribers.
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PA., STATE NORMAL SOP,OOI,
~IIASSFIELD; TIOGI. CO, Pal,
THIS INSTITVTION 'AS
.26 , 2111Aire449t1ta" &ate - uthorities -- in
Ato 1";-- • "
econtkrllB62: • 1 - '
State No - r - rnal. School,
And formally Ope; as such in September 1863.
The School Is cielingth places upoh a se
cure- basis—the State appropriation of the
current =year enabling the Trustee to extin
luish the greater portion of the oulstendiug
amd t .to make extensive., Improve,
raVkts-,44A the;buih t liegs,apct 'tfrOnds.4 '
Th e'Seebmi . 'SehOol - Tiai . ;teat' i."Oinmence
on Monday, September 5, 1864.
Prof. F. A. ALLEN . , for the past six years in
f.harM of the Chester County (Pa.) Normal
8i1500,.14 V,kinorpalit . ul Prof.
'Fittmat'• snYiece64 k•aulizsaniii.instiin
tion, has been appoiiited to the Professorship
of Languages and . Literature.
It is desirable that students should enter nt
the commencement of a term, and fora period
.of ncit less 11341), th,istAnmeks. Tuition,
in advance per term, • $6.00. No extra
charges for the laguages or the higher math
ematics. Text books rented at reasonable
rates. Vocal and instrumental music at
teachers' prices. Boarding in the hall, or in
private farailies,from $2 500 $3.00 per week.
Fare from Philadelphia, $ . 8.50 ; from Harris
W. . RIPLEY, Pres. Board of Trustees.
.4LBERT CLARK, Secretary.
I Mansfield, July, 20, 1864.
The Fall Term will commence August 31at
1864 and continue thirteen weeks. Tuition
from $4.00 yp,,s'lo,l3,per term. a Hoard can be
t k o,sc a , ft,44P4irie;ittal's ::fitailY.:t itooms for
self-botihling eaii tie hricl t in the' Acadethy
Buildings at $2.00 per term.
B. -IVILDMAN, A. M. Principal, assisted
- , by, other i Teache,rs.... „ •
' • 'A. Teachel . stVitiss' Will he organized for tho
Instruction of teachers in their profession, in
which Holbrook's Normal Methods and other
valuable aids will-be used.
, ':`,, ,:.: I ; '...: tl L a . F . i . 3, MAlLTlN; , l4esidetit: , '
STI%NLY MARTIN, Secretary..
Administrator's Notice. I•
AVIIEREAS, Letters of Administration 10
Aho,e.state of—WILSON, C ARSON, late
bare been granted to the subscriber. all pet-
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediato,paymentorad those having
claims against the same will present them,
duly authentiett,ted r . for settlement to
• 'HUDSON HENDIIIT, - Adm'r. i
Allegany, Aug. 30, 1864
German 'I ittersi
tta .;ria - 75
Dr. C. M. Jackson, rifilada.Pa.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURB •
hi ;,t z.e,r r.
r- 2 • • =
- • 4 1. AUNDICE I
Chronic or Nervous Debility; Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases arising
fromrkdisarder,ed Liver or Stomach,
Such t e., Lpiiird'ilifes, Farness
or Bloat?) t HeactAc ditY the stomach,.
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food,Ful
ness or s weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach, SWimming •
of the Head, Hurried and Difli..
cult Breathing, Fluttering at th'eXcei.rt,Cbok
ing Piisare, Di'inness of Vision, riots' or ; ,
Webs before the Sight, Fever and dull ,
Pain in the Head, DefiCieney of Per
spiration, Yellowness ,of the Skin
and Eyes,Paiaiu the Side, Back,
Chest, Limbs, &c., Sittiden Flushes of Heat,
Burning "in the Flesh, Constant 'magi
ning,s of Evil, and great Depressions
Qf Spirits, '
HOeFLAITIrSGERIILA.N . BITTERS I
Are tioi it new - eh& 'ttitiele; 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 have thousands of Letter's
from the most eminent •
PEXSICIA;CS. s and
'Testifyiiig of their . o.On personal ldowledge
to the lienefidial eile'its and meainat viimeso
these Diticis. • -• I '
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS !
AND THE FRIENDS OS SOLDIERS
We c l an the attention of all hiving relations
orjr.leAcia,in the army to thefact that tg.DOOF 7
L MS-Gent:ld ftersil. will ure nine'
of the diseases induced by' - ,exposures and
privations incident to camp WKS. In the lists,
published almost daily in the newspapers, on'
the arrivtirof the eickilt will be noticed that
a very large proportion aro suffering fromde
bilityi. Every case of that kind' can be read
ily' cured' by' llooffand'S. Gerinan Bitters.—
Diseases resulting from disorders Of the diges
tive organs are speedily rembved. We have
no hesitation in stating that, if if these• Bitters
were freely used among our soldiers, hun
dreds of lives might be .saved that other
wise will be lost.
We call particular attention to the follow
ing rere t arkabrO and *ell authenticated cure
'of one of the nation's heroes, whose life, to
use his ownn-llanguage 44 11aS,;bben- saved by
PHILADELPIIIS, Aug. 23, 1863
MEssitS: Josts & - EN'oss.—Well, gentlemen,
your Hoofland penman Bitteks has saved my
life. There 1.3 - •no_' mistake ;!in' this:: It is
vonchee for , by numbers of my comrades,
Sortie of:whoge names ere 'appended; and who
Were fu'lly conizent Of all' the eireumitanees
"of my - case. I am, and have been for the last
four years, a member of Sherman's celebrated
battery, and under the iiiimediate corn
inand• of Capt; 111. 13. Ayres. Through the
exposure attendant•upon my arduous duties,
Ilswas - attacked in November last With intlain
ation of the lungs, and was for seventy-two
day in the hospital. This was •followed by
great debility, 11,0ghtened,by an attack of
dysentery. I was then removed ftom the
:White house, and 'sent to this citpcin board
the Steamer "State of Maine," from -which I
landed on the 28th of June: Since that time
I have been about as low as anyone could be
ne r d - still retain a spaik "of vitality: i?Oi• a
we-elc or more I was scarcely ; able to swallow
anything,'end if I did force 'a morsel dowa, it
was immediately thrown up again.
•I could not even keeP a glass of wafer on
my stomach.' Life could net test under such
circumstances; and, accordingly the physi
clans who bad been working faithfully, tho'
unsuccessfully, to rescue me from the grasp
of the &cad ..rclaer, 'frankly' told ine they
` r emold do llo'cdore.for me, .and advised me to
see a clergyman, and to make,sech disposi
tion of my limited funds as best suited me.
An, acquaintance who visited, me at the hos
pital, Mr. Frederick Steinhron, of Sixth below
Arch ~Street, advised . Me, .as a forlorn hope,
to try..your Bitters, and kindly procured a
.From the time I commenced tithing
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
havctgained- ten, pounds, an I feel sanguine
of,being,: to rejoin My wife and
. aditgb ter; freid 4tharn, I hale hcard - hothing
for eighteen months ; for, gentlemen I am a
loyal Virginian, from the•:vicinify of Front
Royal.. To your,invaluable Bitters Lowe, the
•Certninti of life which has taken the.plate of
vague 'ferits--4o your. Bitters will, I owe the
glorious privilege of again clasping to my
bosom those who are dearest to mein life.,
Very truly yours, ' ISAAC MALONE.
We fully_concur in the trui,fi of the above
_we had desFitir.d 'of seeing our
'e'ornrade, Mr. Malone; restored tO' health. '
John Cuddleback, Ist New York Battery ..
George .1. Ackley, Co. C, 11th
Lewis Chevalier, 921 New York.
I. B. Spencer, ist Artillery; Battery F.
J. B. Faelvell, Co. B. 2d Vermont.
Ildniy B. Jerome, Co. B, do. •
Heniy Macdonald, Co. C, 6th Maine
John F. Ward; Co. B, s'tb . Maine. •
Herman Koch, Co. H, 72d Nevr.York.
Nathaniel B. Thomas. Co. F, 95th Pennl
Andreiv J. Kimball, Co. _A, 3d Vermont,
John Jenkins, Co. B. 106th Penn.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS 1
Seethatthe,signatnre,of."U. M. JACKSON,'.
is on thd Wie.ETEn of each bottle.
Large Size (holding nearly double quantity)
u $l.OO pet; Bottle—half..dor.; 55.00
Small Size-75 cts. pr Bottle—half doz. $4.011
Should your nearest druggist not have the
article, do not.he put off by Any of the intox
iee.ting preparittioni that. maybe:offered in its
place, but send to us,' and we will forward.,
securely packed, by express.
IV9 t 631 Arch Street,
(Successors to C. M. JACKSON C 0.,);
FOR sale by Druggists and Dealers in every
tows in tbe.United 'States.
1111;..A.j STEBIp - S..k Co. are elosingup stn
1 . . old. Ledger. All. persons indebted to
them will'lease 'call `rind settle, before the
sec.:multi:are left with the proper officer for
Winter Goods !I
;:ligtr-OUR.atttention is invittd to .the large And
atir4tive joSe . rceei're ‘ d; and`.foi
sale as lows the 'Sumo qualities cudbe' hai i ight.
anywhere in the county. 3 '' •
We hava;or;t:and .a. large, :40 caried
sortrnent of Domestic Cottons, comprising
BROWN SHEETINGS, and
• ': • / STRIPES,
COTTON FLANNELS, on which we
cannot be oruier,sold. ,
We purobaSci onr goods for Cash and offer
them'at•a oerp%smiill advance
.;17/79.312. Cost. ...
• • 'FLANNELS.
- GRAY, '
• , BLUE, or
PLAID-FRENCH SHIRTII* , FIANNTkiri, call
•-• '' At OlinstedN.
• • • .
DRESS *GOODS;" - . •
• r PRLNTS, .
coons, ' •
SONTAGS, • ,
•• • NUBLA.S, ' , •
-• • • • BALIIORAL SKIRTS,:
•:13. full:supply. ..
• ' •
ON fail to call ,before.pure,liasing and
_LP see the assortment .• , -
BOOTS St :SIEOES
Frrtiet,Ti .i.leliomeaepn - "
blldren great vs-
For Arolas es, ,yrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffee
in fact everything in the Grocery line, call
.A.failisortment of almost everything that is
kept in"n . country 'Store' oa band. We intend
to keep Goods that will give satisfaction and
sell good articles at the' lowest living 'profit.
Grain of all kinds,
. Butter, Wool, , •
• ' Sheep Pelts, Furs
Deer Skins: •
• ' Also,
Corinty) Township and SelfoolOrders, foi •a'
of Which the.higliest,twines will be paid
'CoudOrspoit, Pa,Noti•'r' ni
Brings Inany a change,.theiefore I have 'con
eluded to change my system of dolog business
and "shall hereafter sell for.
CASH or PRODUCE,
• BUTTER, LARD,
EGG4', -RAGS', GRAIN, •
. DRIED BERRIES,
IN my stock of Groceries 1. have Et choice
, assortment of
,Also, PREPARED COFFEE,
ER/OE •- t •
PEPPER Sx &a
: , •
hate a good stock (tiOught 'sO that I am
enabled to sellat4ridis currentheforelhe
• • ; . PATENT MEDICINES,
are stall kept.
REAL of all kinds.
And many. other things too numerous to
nientim kept constantly on hand and will
be Bold for ,
LESS PRO FIT
than ever before offered'in this market.
:E. K. SPENCER.
- 'Dr, A..FRENCI-I's:
CELEBRATED TONIC. BITTERS ,
A.BE hecorning the most popular Metheme
11, In circulation for the cure or
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN-
D/GE, DEBISITY OF TEE .NERVOUS
SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS of the
STOMACH and DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
It la ale* gaining a great repntation,in the
CURE - of DIPTICERIA.
Principal Office, Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa.
J —1: /ILO. •
EUPt i gl LA
i 1 Try .
it.l SAY loqzro 'LTD
714,5 purf,;chtmation..of : the.Atroxicsg: who
first am - ark:ad:that !tha,:vrorld3novkd In its
orbit; not less jogous
4cai of:chb.o. -. 4ttio *Lie 'farad ntE
abbris, cairlie',la4rchicied FEtrEEPI
PER the market
aria : yetfled, I,lore as represetted; Two
tLinge e're fo be cbnilderid . in puichising
Goods :Ake Quality and the Price ; and "por.
chasers . studying both, can be better satsfled
with our any'other in . this tiy sid-
oining counties. Think twice befor:e buying
'DEAR TRASK:" gone is your tiino to pro-
Cure a GOOD ARtafiE. , uDelays dna-
geions And sometimes fanG." Don't wait Po
innther enormous.adyance in Goods.
The following is but a partial .list• or.our
large assortment r
he .attention Of the Ladies is ealled.to . tfie
stook of Merindes,Black,Broivn,:BlUe, Maroon,
Drub and White. Some of these*ere bought
Previous to the 'rise and will be siald nearly as
low as present wkolesate Pikes at JONES'
Biact,,Grey, and . FEincy Golors at JONES'
Casslmeres, -Striped, Checked, and Plaids ;
Tweeds,"Kentucky 'Jonas, and Cottonades of
the very best quality at • JONES'
Black Silks,:Alpacas,BinprasCloth, Bomba
zine, Delaines, Rcp ,Cloths, and Black and
Pnrple Goods of various kinds at 40,1iRS'
Heavy Sheetings, three-qnarter, fotir-quarter,
Gi•e-quarter, fine 'unbleached; Pllloty, Oase
and Sheeting Muslin, Shirting, Ten-quarter
, bleaelieiffor sheets at JONES'
Barred Muslin, Plain Jacebet, Cambric for
Skirts, Irish -Linen, Swiss Muslins, Nainsbok
Muslin, plaid, ,striped or plain, and Bishop
Lawns at • . JONES'
Bimity Bands, Ladies Collars, Kadenleaves
with or without collars at JONES'.
floods, With tabs dr points, for Infants and
Children,•Misses and Ladies ; Nublies; Under.
, sleeves.and Caps it. • JONES'
For Children, Shirting' Prints, plain' black,
white and black,blue and white, and all kinds
Of 'Fancy, at TONES'
Gehtebiack Brdad'eloth; ezeelle* quality
bought .before ,the rise. , Cassimeies ; black
infixed ; black and fancy Doeskin, striped,
plain, and Plaid in fancy colors, and Cloth
for whole 'snits at TONES'
• • HOSiOl'y
Women's wool ribbed, Cotton 'ribbed, cotton
plain, colored and white r plain or 'fleeced.
Girls' white, brawn; mixed, wool or 'cotton,
and wool balnioral stockings; -
' Meng hdroe and city-mike:l.
Boys', all sizes;White or mixed, at JONES'
For Ladies. Gauntlet and Hand Gloves, Kis
Linen, Cotton, Plain and Fleeced Silk. Gent
fine Driving Gloves, Cassimeres, at JONES'
For Ltidie's ;'Slieydiercl'a Plaid; Broebe, Long
and Sqoare, Woolen Plaid; a greai variety of
elegant eOlori at JONES'
Of domestic and .foreigri manufacture. We
can assure our patrons that \re believe our
stecii . this spring to,be more attractive in this
line than ever before: JONES'
With only two breadths; making, it necessary
to have but two seams in); full skirt, inn &eat
variety • JONES'
Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrup, Good - Rto Coffee,
West-Dadil and Dandelion .Coffee, , Rice, Corn
Starabi Farina l. Cocoa t L , c4, at • JONES'
Cloth, Tootb,"NaH; Hair, Hat, Paint, Varnisb
and Artist Brushes , ai JONES'
Drugs andEancv Articles •
Oils, ,Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Cani,Alcoliol Camphene,,Y.eros,nO,l,amp
and Lamp Fixtures, GlasS, Patent Medicines,'
Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, P,erftimery,Fancy
Soap and Toileti articles, Gum, Hair, Ivory
and Wooden Couibs, Pomades and Colognes,
and a fine assortment of. Flavoring Extracts;
Pens; Ink and`Pdper, and. Linseed Oil—raw
and bailed, at -* • - JONES'
Cloth in g
Boys' and: Men's at = JONES'
• • Boots and Sbbes
Of every description and the best qnalliy, at
astonishing low prices, at,. • 'JONES'
, Wall Paper ,
Ceiling Paper, Transom , P4per, Window Cur
tains 'Borders, Tassels mad f Lib:Lies, at J's.
HARIWARE,' TCOODRN-WARE, WILLOW,
WARE; NAILS, i IRON, PLOWS, - WINDOW
SASH, FLOUR, t PORK, and FEED, in fact,
everything that the people need:can be had at
All of which will be sold at the lowest rates. .
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN
Coudersport, Pa., June, 1803„
4tW4v,. •:1 • Aoril
VhIS itatit tra:Veitii the Northern
and Northwest ienintiei-of-TenheYlvanis to
the eity:ortii - e;" - on' Late - Erie. -
'Road"-Cipapapy ) ,and:under,their auspices Is
'being rapidly. _opined throughout its. entire
I length. • 4 .
Itie hi - iiia'for . Pagfeuger and - Freight
bit:4 . ll4a trinii4ltirriiburg (214
inilett)'-:on_ the:Bastern , Division, end; from Sheffieldto; Ei1e, 1 478 piles) on the Western
Division. , ,
TZSL2 OF E. - dui : s4En r.upontom
Through Mail. Train
Through Mail -Train ' 10 19A. 2d.
Cars run ' , through WITHOUT MANGS both
sfayi•betiveen Philadelidila and Loek Haven
And between Baltimore and Lo . •ck Haven., ,
,—,glegapt Sleeping Cars on • Express Trains
both ways between Williamsport and Balti
triore; and Williamsport and". Philadelphia.
• Fofinformation respectink Passenger bnsi..-
neSs apply E.t..the•S..E. Cor. 12th and Market
,And for Freight business of the Company's
Agents :-- • • •
S. B, •Kitigstori, COr.- 13th and Market
J. W.. Reynolds, Erie.
‘J.. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R. Baltimore.
'H. H. HOU§TON, ,
Gen': Freight dgt. Phira
LEWIS L., Hour, - ,
,Gen'l Mite: Phil'a.
Jos. D. PopTs, '
• ••: Genl Hanager, TPillieiensport.
Rare Chances !
offer.ror sale on reasonable terms and lib
ONE FARM l-146 Acres-46 Cleared
ONE FARM !-235 Acres-80 Cleared
ONE FARM !-50 Acres-15 Cleared
ONE FARM 1-300 Aeres-5 Cleared
And lots of other Farms and Land
Some money may be rectified down.
Brookland, Pa., July 2,'64 tt'
Having secured •the services of
HENRY S. COWMEN;
of twenty years experience in England and .
Arrig,rica, lam prepared to furnish farmers
and travelers with the best of
Horse and Ox Shoeing.
Shingle Knives, Butcher Knives &c., promptly
L. BIRD, Proprietor,
Brooklaud, Potter Co., Pa.
formerly called Cushingvilte.
Kay 25, 1864.
• . ' 11. J. OLMSTED'S
SI9RE can always •be , foupd the best o
Cooking, Box and Parlor
Also. TIN and SHEET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,I
FRYING-PANS, SAP ; PANS, and CAULD
• Agrictiltural Implements.
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG TOWERS, kc.
. " HIS WORK.
is well made and the material good. Good
and substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in
any part of the County—Terms easy. Ready
Pay of all kinds, including Cash, seldom
Store on Vain Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1863.-50
Will*ring'anything from a single Thread to
• a Bed-Quilt.
ritic.ss : $5.50, $6.00, and $B.OO.
1 ) . A. Stebbins & Co.,
•Agentsfo'r,Potter county.—.lan 25, 1863
P, STEBBIDI & Co„.
Paying the highest price la
00,000 pouN DS WANTED
Ceudersport, June 28;1864.
P. 4. Stebbins & Co.
REAGENTS for the sale of
It WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWINC
MACHINES•for Potter County
Nov'r 18, 'B3
ler A S GIVEN 'UNIVERSAL SATISFAC
TIONJLI. during the fourteen years it has
been introduced into the United, Btates.
After being tried • by millions, it has• been
proclainied the pain destroyer of he world.
Pain cannot he where this liniment is ap
plied. If used as directed it cannot and nev
er has failed in a single instance. For colds,
coughs and influenza, it can't 'be beia. One
25 cent bottle_will core all the above, besides
being iisefill'in - every family for sudden acci
dents, such as burns, cuts,' scalds, insect
stings, '. It isiperfectly.itmocent• to Mite
internally, .and can be given to the oldest
person or youngest child. Price 25 and 50
cents a bottle. ". 011lce; 56 Cortlandt Street,
Nevir - Ycirk. :ton. by all druggists. •
1)1IINT'g, BLOOM OF ItOSES,--ter the La
= itisteitfes.: infiv. -
~. t.:.:,..., ~: ..:. 1' : 44i , auk o Lill
pure, and pciwerfut Tonic, t orrectivis end,
JAIL Alterative of Wiiii - d - i - thiebireb - C -- f - in -drs
ease •• bf iti e Stiffixiabh," - aaler zindtlnteeil.
Cures, Dfspepsia, LiverCoroplaint,ldeadacht,
Gettgal•Debility, Nervousness( Pszession ikf
Spirits, Constipation,: Cblie, Itil.e - runitel4 re.
cers, Cramis li t ud,Spasins and till • Coriplaitits
of either ' Se:x,larising - friiiiii Bail IIY 'Veit knell
whether Inticient - in, the - systern - orrOduced
by spsliat catises: r • • •••:•• •
~ICothitig thatls not whtlesome•rgentil and •
restorative in!its nature nntersibloltherZom.
position of Hastetter's Stomach Bitters..lThle
popular Preppration contains--no mineral of
'any kind!, no! deadly botanical- elcirient. t no
fiery excitant` : ; but it i s
,a:combination pf tim
extracts Or Owe balsamic. herbs and plants
with the 1 purest and wittiest :of all' diffusive
i stimulants. !
I It is well to be forearmed a gainst diseitie,
and so far asi (tie Iptuan system can' be Pio
tented by huinau means ngitinstorifiladieken
rndered by an' nnwliblesonie atmosphere
impure iretetvand other external can - SeliFl6l:
tet ter's Bitteit may - be relied on as &safeguard.
In districth infested with Fever and Ague,
it has been found infallible. es ,a pies : et:dive
and irriiistihte as a remedy, ,and othousatids
who resort to "it under-apprehension of an Ai
tack, escapeithe scourge i and thousands4ho
1 neglect to aii - all themselves of its protective
lqualftieS in !advance, are cured by, n' 'Eery
brief conrselif this marvelous medicine. Fe 4 Or
and Ague patients," after being plied "with
quinine for months in 'vain, mutillairly sato
rated with' that dangerous .alkaloid,- are not
I unfrequently restored to health , within - a:few
days, by the bsc of Hostetter's.Bitterso i 1 ,
The weak! stomach is rapidly itOtbraticT ,
and the appetite restored by this' otephbie
Tonic, and hence it worics•wonderi•iritiniis
of Dispepsial and in less confirmed forms of
Indig,estion . l Acting as a gentle and painless
aPperient, 4 Well as upon .the liver, it alto ,
invariably relieves the, Constipation sepettin
duced by iri'cgular action of the , digestive and
secretlie organs. '
Persons or feeble habit liable to Nervenis
I t Attacl4, Lowness of Spirits and its oflLan
guor, find prompt. and permanentrelief from
the Bitters. ! TIM testimony on thii - point is
most mincliiivc, and from both,sexes. . , .-
' • The ngon,f of Billions Colic is immediately,
assuaged by a single dose of .the etimtilent,
and by, occa,sionally resorting to it, the return
of the Complaint may be prevented. •.... z ,-)
As a! Geuirel Tonic; Hostetter's Bitters pro
duce effecti which must - be "
witnessed before they. can be fully•apprecia
ted. Id cares of Constitutional Weakness,
Preruatnre Decay and Debility and Decrepi
tude arising from Old Age, it exercises the
electric inti 'pence. In the convalescent stages
of all disea4es it operates as a delightfulln
vigoriMt. When the powers of nature are re
laxed./ it operates to re-enforce and re;estab
-1 fish di ern.. !• ,
1 Last,. - builnot least, it is the eniy l safe, Sam
ulent,l being rnannfactnre•d from sound arid
innoctious Inaterials, and entirely free • (kin
' the adid_eletn ents present more or less in'till
the nr'dinark tonics and stomach ics of the day.
immense increase in the sale of 11c:sta
ter's Bitters, both at home and abroed, - during
the past yettr proves that,the world, while ,it
obeys; the !Scriptural injunction to "try all
things," only "Holds fast to that which is
good." Spurious - preparations, like poisonous
fungi, are continually springing up,,bnt their
chardeter .is soon discovered, and .they, era
"flung Mel worthless weeds away*" On the
other hancl, a great antidote that performi - all
it promise's, and even more than its proprie
tors claimed for it on its introduction, "isnot
for & clay, )3ut for a/1 time."
Nd family medicine has been so unirerially
and,fit 11.1314 , be truly added, deservedly popu
lar with the intelligent portien of the comma
! nity,' as Hostett - er's Bitters.
Prepared by HosTETTEU ' ,IG SMITH,' Pitts
burg, Pa.; Sold by' all Druggists, Grocers
and Storeikepers everywhere.
SA P ON IFIE
Fatality Soap. Maker.
WAR malfes high prices; Saporiifier helps to
reduce thtm. It makes SOAP for FOUR ea.
a , pciund 13iy using your kitchen grease.
LIZ-CSiUTION I As spurious Lycs are of.
fered also, be careful and only buy the
pA.TENTE:D' article put ap in Iron cans, all
others being COUNTERFEITS. -
PEPISYISANIA SALT MANUFACTURINIICe,
PIIILAIAELPIIIA--No. 127 «Valuut.Sttset.
PITTSI3I7:Ra—LFiit Street and Duque:me Way
Co staVsTrermin e Extervainat3r
For Rats. Nice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs, Moths
in 'Elul, Woolens, &c. Insects =Plants, Fowls,
Animals, 4c. _ .
Put up in 25c. 50c. and $l.OO Tiosts, Bottles,
and flasks, $3 and $5 sizes for Hotels, Public
"On!y infallible remedies known."
"Fre4 from Poisons." ,
• ' "Not:dangerous to the Human Family."
"Bat,4 come out of their holes to die."
* *Sold NI 'holezale in all large cities. '
* * *Sold by all DruggistS and Retailers every
* , I I . v , Re. are 1 . I r . of al. worthless imitations
* * *See that "Cosrait's' name is on each ITos,
* B d o d u rbs
Bottle Flask, before von buy.
henry U. Costar,
*Princ:ipal Depot 182. Broadway, \. r.:
* * *Sold by
I P. A. STEBBTNS & Co:; '
Wfmlesale & Refill Ag-nts. Coudersport; Ps.
MINK 'AND' - GREENBACKS:
MO Ranters and TiaPpcis in, Southern Al-
JL turd Northern Pennsylvania - be it
knoWn, that from this till farther notice, the
solOscribirs will pay' FIVE DOLLARS EACH
in greenbacks, for all healthy liCing Mink,
delivered to them in 'Wellsville. These
are now:lworthless for fur, and will remain
comparatively so for three or font months,
their skins not being prime till ibent the
Middle c(f December. Whole litters of 'Zink
now pretail.on the tributaries of the Genesee
and Allegany, and can be taken in bOx traps.
Persons tcatcbing them. have only: to 'keep
them ccinfined• in a box well ventilated find
kept in 4 cool place, with a_dishof goOdture
water titian times in the box,and half a dozen
if cauglyt can be brought to market at
Mirkedd be ciing,lit much mote, readily now
than when the season becomes advanced and
Old, and will bring just as good - . pried qy
Selling tO. the subscribem. Bring-themalong
then, singly or by the dozen, and the money
is ready WILLIAM W. COLE,
ASHER P. COLE: ~.
Wells*ille, July 19, 1864.-4 m... •::
To Road Contractors.,
ESPFkSIBLE parties able -arid desirous
J. 1., of Undertaking the building 'of the ea
tire or apart of a dug road,-(l6i feet wide,)
I of from L 2 to 15 rui?•o in the SoutliZastern
Fart of P l otter County, Penna., In-. "pp.ll-for
partietilrs to CHAS.IIEINE, zurreTor,
4ertnatua, Potter Co., Pa. ••
June f 3, 1864.-tf. •
Tb.e . B.(icheater Strivic!Ciitter.
cir.,ll4oD ratLY, Conderspori, base
tbereicluaive agency fosJtb s,celebrated
maciann, in tbis 'Connty. ,It is ,Cnveaii}it; do•
Table and Dec.111860,-1.3