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. U. SIMC.OAN.
The Secretary of the Treasury gives noticel
that subscriptions will be received for Coupon;
Treasury Notes, payable from Aug. 15th,1864,1
with semiannual interest at the rate of seven ;
andthree-tenths per cent. per annum,—grin-;
cipal and interest both to be paid in lawful, )
l iansitit bell/gale 4 . P r i - 16 i
of the bolder at matarity, into six per cent.
gold bearing bonds ; payable not less than five
oaor more than twenty years from their date,
ms the Government ma elect. They will be
issued in dite p 0114(0.100, $5OO,
$l,OOO ant lii ,liii • Ifilitiikailptions must
be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty
The notes will be transmitted to the owners
foie of transportation charges as soon after
the receipt of the-orig,inal Certificates of De
posit as they can be prepared.
As the notes draw interest from August 15,
persons making deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued from date
liqrßo 411 e RIG Vatia r n
-Parties depositing twetity-tivek—thclusand
dollars and upwards for these notes at any one
time will be allowed a commission of one
quarter of one per cent., which will be paid
by the Treasury Department upon the receipt
of tike bill for the amount, certified to by . the
;1145teitte4efAus it was'made.. ;No
WI WO 41148d -tit: ni &c.:1!",0.'i 1:1:ra as
SPECIAL ADVANTAGES of thii . .4l)AN:
It is a National Savings Bank, offering a
higher rate of interest than any other, and
the best security.. Any savings bank which
pays its depositors in u. S. Notes, considers
that it is paying in the best circulating me-.
dium of thq,stryzlvd'it.ealymt:pay in any
thing bettert irAycn adelire either in
government securities or i no ei or bonds
payable in government paper.
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 securityFikiittit‘bailks% iitcollatterals for
Convertible into a Six per cent. ti-20 Gold Bond.
In addition to the vOlllb - eril ifieraVelit
the note's for three 'years, this privilege of
conversion is now worth about three per cent.
for the current rate for fyl2,V,l3OtalS apt less
than nine per cent, prem i um, and before the war
the premium on six per cent. U. S. stocks
.over.overtwenty per cent.,-It - vrillchq seen
- the actual profit on %Vie at'llie present
market rate, is not less than ten per cent. per
annum. r 5
Its Exemption Xlii•Btatiti? itfunicipal Taxation.
But aside from all the advantageswe
enumerated. a spycial Act of Congress ex
(42.7l4),Salids AutitYlensury notes from local
taxation. On the average, this exemption is
. worth about two percent. per annum, accord
ing to the rate of taV4l,llithrrtyikusAtts t L o f
It is believed that no securities offer so great '
inducements to lenders -as-thor issued - by the
government. In allolger fcirrnS of Tahted
ness, the faith or . ability of private parties, or
stock" qoppaniCs,.. , o 4 r ,sepga.e. communities,
onlyils•ptedgill for irayingnti'whith the whole I
property of the country is held to secure
discharge of all tp.r.,qbliptions of the Un
While the government offers the most liberiii
terms for its loans, it believes that the very
Ikto tho loyalty and
'patriotism of the people.
Duplicate certificates will be issued for alll
depofiitsii..,T4q putt ,depositing must endorse
updhattledtigithit Cbrtificate the denomination
of notes required, and whether they are to be
.ssued in blank or payable to order. When
softidatsidOt must be left with the officer re
ceiving the deposit, to be forwarded to the
/ Treasury Department.
Subs&iptions will be r eceivedifiTyllVeifeig.
aver of'.the United States, at WaShingto , the
several k:Assistpt Tcktithiler,sttuld designated
Depositaries, and by the
First NatitliA*rttkiof Philadelphia, Pa.
first National Bank of Danville, Pa.
eft MAttlittliona,l-Bank of Erie, Pa.
#irst Natibilil Bank of Pittsburg, Pa.
and by all 'National Banks which are deposi
' tat ies of public money, and
All Respectable Banks and Bankers
througheut the country will • give further in
Afford every Facility to Subscribers ,
MANSFIELD, TIOGA CO , P46°lA.
THIS INSTITUTION WAS
State. Normal School. •
And formally Opened as such in September 1363.
The School is at idifitg- places upon a se
cure basis—the State appropriation of the
currert year enabling the Trustee to extin
guish the greater portion of the outstanding
liabit4jvs and„,_to. make. exteusiV c it9prAye -
Inentitunn and'Ooolls ,'-f,
.714'SecidttliStUot‘'Year' 4 ilierdrAni'elIce
ou Mondoy, September 5, 1864.
Prof. F. A. ALLEN, for the past six years in
oharge,ofthe Chester County, V'a.) Normal
Scpb4.4liis lieetr4pctr4,Prhi4ipiil;iang Loid,
fras+ Cfibsli4g-isantlkiif tsit asLuu~
tlon, has been appointed - to the Professorship
of Lann ' mages and Literature.
It is desirable that students should enter at
'.he commencement of a term, and for a period
of not less thart.,14140 0116 ..„:` i : ,
in adoance per term, 166".00. Noixtra
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 farnilie.4,4o,nls; iiktos3.oo per week.
Fare from Philadelphia, $8.50 ;15im Harris
!burg, $6 b 00.
v . . RIPLEY, Pres. Board of Trustees.
ALBERT CLARK, Secretary.
Mansfield, July, 20, 1864.
• GLEAM, ;4124:11:3)g.iYM
The Fall Term will commence August 31st
1864 and continue thirteen weeks. Tuition
from $;1-.944.9 ;s, 4 o(i.peT, term— Board can be
bad in-RilitsqPtinet.o4l'S family Atopiits for
eati•be - t
Buildings at $2.00 per term.
B. WILDMAN, A. M. Principal, assisted
by /tier- T4achers_ ,„
+A-TealtirPOln;s4llDbe;organized for the
instruction of teachers in their prc:fession, in
-which Holbrook's Normal Methods and other
aluable aids will be used.
STANLY fIARTIN, 'Secretary,
WHEREAS, Letters of Administration to
the :.1140,4 CARSON, late
1 oiAlegiiiil,,44l i ciry,Aft, dec'd,
,have been granted lc the an scriber, all per
sons indebted to.said estate are requested to
clamagaing he seine it , lllliresent them,
• duly authentieqted. for settlement to _,
fruoBog APSoforg,4dliel i .
Allegany, Aug. 30, 1804
- TIT A? ' nirdril (Tag n r ,
.I. 41.. 4 i L sse,l l . . 1/ . ~ ; !1 .4
. PREPARED EY
Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philada.Pa.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE -
Lriff i IMRLATN;„ ~-y, ,• rrl
' ,- ;.P.A sYsiI ..P B/A Y i
• - " JAtrittlibE i
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of
the Kidneys, and all diseases arising,
fronz q4isoglere4, Liver or_ Stomach,
Such n.iikNiistipictionill, nw,5414•11.gi Fulness
orßlocAtotheliead,Acidity of th4Slimach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food,Ful
ness or weight in the Stomach, Sour
Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at
the Pit of the Stomach,
of the Head, Hurried and Diffi
cult Bretitbiug, Flullering t the-Heari,Chok
big posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or
Webs before the Sight, Fever and dull
Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Per
spiration, Yellowness of the. Shin
and Eyes,Pain,in;the Side, Back,
Chest, Limbs, Sze., Stifidei Flushes of Heat
Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagi
nings of Evil, and great Depressions
- - , _
Ire . not It'ne atiitti,' but have
stood the test of fifteen years trial by the
-American public; and their reputation-and
sale, are not rivaled by any similar prepare
The proprietors have thousands of Letters
from the most eminent •
• ,-) -:„PILISICIANS, and
- CITIZ ENS. Tesbr in of
to tlio beAieqcfal effects andmedical virtues . o
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS I
AND TUE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS
We call the attention of all having relations
or Igirods,iu-I,Ve army to thdfact thatITHOOF-
L AND'S' Cleinitio.l3lttere" will cure xiinefenths
of the diseases induced by exposures and
privations incident to camp life. In the lists,
published almost daily in the newspapers, on
the the; sick, it 'will be noticed that
i•erkitiifgeproportion are suffering from de-;
Every ease of that kind eau be read ily cuffed -
.4.-Efooflalid's , 'Gerialth 'Bitters.—:-
Diseases resulting from di sorderi•of:th e
tive organs are speedily removed. We have
no hesitation in stating that;, if thex'e Di'tcers
were freely used among our soldiers, hun
dreds of lives might,be.- saved that other
wise will be lost. 's
We call.partigular attention to the follow
ing remarkaitd trnd well authenticated cure
of cne of the nation's heroes, whose life, to
use his oNyulahgnagei , !, , htts been saved-Py,
the Bitters :"
MesstiS.!:Tosis`k , EVANS: '--'17611; - gentleinen
your Hooftaud German Bitters has, saved my
life:''' / Phe're l is r ' he' baiitlike''in r ;lbisi . '"lt•- • ii i
iiiiiehe'Ufiii'li'l"-nurikbers' of illy ''ccimtades; •
4iiiiie"WCwii , ese , firdries 'iife appended, andAvho
ivere,fiilif coni'iiiiii 3 Of all' the birtiimstiitoe's
of mt ease:' - ' I am; and have been foe the last
four years, a member of Sheri:antes Celebrated
battery, and under
: the immediate : , com
mand cif , "Elapt,- B. B.: Aytesl - Th - riedr , di the
'evosure'attendant upoi , iiiy_ardbons uties,
r-Wda'attaalied:inrNevember laifwith i flam
ation of the lungs, and was for see ty-tiro
ddyt 'ill 'die' lilYsipitid.' TliFs' Was folio, Wed by'
great debility,' heighieried'hi 'anuititaok of
dysentery,. I was then remoyed.. : fronit . the
White.floifie,ind ; sent to - this -city'on board
the Steamer "State of Maine," fram!which I
letl,;:hi 'the' 28ili Of June. -Shiedthat time
I, have been about, as low as--anyoni;c6iilifbe
iind '''Afill; getaid; a' sfiark: of , vitality. ' 'Fors'
week or more I wasscarceli• able to sWallbw
rmytfiligi'iiihi if I' d i d fafee a morsel dowe it
was -immediately thrown up agein.' I '
- l'eotild dot levee keep a, glass'of3Vater on
ii&-.ittptnacb.-1 'Life co'uld'not hist lintlei:sitch
circumstances ; and, accordingly thelibyei
clans who had been working faithfully, tho'
unsuccessfully, to rescue me from the grasp ,
of thei'ilrerid,'"-Areber s , 'fraul - ay :told the ll'ipy
Cotilit - ct - o-ao ihoie for-mb, and adVised!niti-to
see a clergyman, and to , make such disposi t
tion of my limited funds as best suited me.
An,acquaintAhce-who:visited me at the. lioa l .
pital,'Mr. Frederick Steinbroli f of : Sixth: below,
Arch Street; advised me,,..,asla,rforlorn.`.lPlPoi
to:itry your 'Bitters,, - and. kindly , procured .a
bottle. - From :the, time, ,I commenced • taking
them the gloomy shadow' of death receded,
and I am now, thank God for it, getting bet
ter. Though I hare taken but two bottles, I
haveTained - ,ten . pounds', - and I feel- sanguine
'ofbeing,l p ein!itt et', th , rejoiii my;:wife 'and
daughter, -from - whom T Inii - e' heaid - not:till:41
for eighteen mouths ; for, gentlemen, I am a'
loyal Virginian, from the vicinity of Front
,Royal.; To your invaluable.Bitters , Lewe4he
'certainty; of life which has, taken the.place,ef
,Vague fears—to your Bitters will I oWethe.
glorious privilege of again 'clasping to My
bosom those who are dearest to me in life.
Very truly yours, ISAAC .MALONE.
Fe fully concur in tbe• truth of the above
'syl,,tegliii.t k5..7 - t: khrul t disp aired Of, 'eleifig . our
comrade, Mr. )fillone, restored to health.
John Cuddleback, Ist New - York Battery.
George A. Ackley, Co. C, 11th Maine.
Lewis Chevalier, 92d New York.
I. E. Spencer, ist'Aitiller.V,TatterY F.
J. B. Fabewell,,Co. B. 2d Vermont.
"Henry B. Jeiorne, - Co. Bi - do, ' . -
.Tlerity. T., Macdonald, Co. C, .6ill' Maine.
- Johicr,-Ward, 'Co. E, - sth Maine.
Herman Koch, Co. H, 72d New York.
Nathaniel B. Thomas. Co, F, 95th Penn.!
Andrew J. Kimball, Co. A, 3d Vermont,
John Jenkins, Co. B. 106th Penn.
'BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS l
Seathe4the Agn atpre, 0f, , , , e, M. JACKSON,'
is bn the WEAreErt of each bottle.
Large, Size opl s lip g; Dogly_Aoullje gy.!antity)
Sma2l Size-75 cts. pr Bottle—half doz. $4.00
Should your nearest druggist not have the
article,' d9 . not p'ut off by any, of,tbe intciir
icatingineparatlbns thM may tie offered in its
place, but send to us, and we will forward,
securely paciezl, by express.
OFEECIll: AND ROVF.AC'I'ORY
No. 631 finch Street;
-- • -
(Successors to C. JACKSON 81.• C 0.,))
; r. -"j::
laggists'ai4D ealers, inevery
tow v in the Br iy
uite Di d :States.'
S'XEBBIptS,kC9A Rre, closing.
11 • cail;Leaier...:4ll,.perso,naltiaebted to
them - witt Vleiger 4 cftll =id settle, before
accounts are'left ..prtipeCotriefirfo,
Collection.—Nov'r 18, '63
Winter Goods !
reqo4.,, 'and,. for,
sale as low as the same qualities canyel)enght
anywhere in,the * county. , —•" '• •
We have !on haititzti latgentnd) varied as
sortment of Domes4in,Cotto4, 4
BROWN SHEETINGS, and
BLEACHED MIISLIWS,: ,
COTTON FLAININELS-," on , wbißl!we
cannot be undersold.
We p'rirchbie; 64 -- ,tecida ; foi Cash and offer
thein at: a' v 'Anil advance
TA j'ott riant to purehliiti
. r • • • AND, . , ,
, • = BLITE, or
PLAID EREIICEC StIllt"TR;D:1 FLANNEC,•caII
• _ At 041.1sted9s!
„ - • • BROgilE, anti, •
- • ' 'WOOLEN SHAPES,
HOODS, • • 1 - • .• -
i;.- • SONTAGS, '• •
• ~'NUBIAS, . • - • • :•
•'• • BALMOHAL SKIRTS,
. . • CLOTHS, and
a full supply
TWON'T faiPto call..before purchasing , and
IJ see the - assortment ' •
' -" At'olmstedvs
DOTS 1 ' SHOES
FOR Men, Women & Children, in . great va.
riety and Choi'', •'
• At Olnisted's
For Molasses Syrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffee
in fact every' id the Grocery can
• )- AT OLMSTED'S
ilill'a.tsorp#e'nt . , 9c,Ono . st eveiAttingthat
kept in a country store on'band. .We:intend
to, keep poods,that ., wll.giya : satiafac , t.ip and
8 - 84 . 'aqi0e1,itt - th,d.,lo!'dti A T ing ta:ciht.
' AT OLMSTETY§;
Grain of all kinds,
r; '• Witter, W 0 9 .1,..
Sheep Pelts, Fars,
county, TeilFriship and Sehool, Orderg, for all
of which tlie,higiret:OVis ztlll ba paid- '
At , •
--Coudersport, ra,Novi. l8,'•- 061.
Bridgs • many a change; therefore i,hase conr
eluded to change my system of doing business
andl shall hereafter , sell for
CASE: or' PRODUCE, . • •
BUTTER, ; LARD,
EGGS, . -.. .
IFDi) my •stock of Givceries I hate• a choice
.1.-AssoNtment of •
. GREEN, •
BLACK, , •
_ MOLASSES, ,
SALARATUS, ' • '
Alec; PREPARED IX)FLe4E,
MUSTARD, - -
raye a, goodstock ( lipught so : thai , iuia
-..e.ntxbled to sell apprices cqrxerlk l*ciFo‘titg
and - - •
••-- - • ' '•' PATENT MEDICINES,
Also, KEROSENE OIL
-, • ,-F-ANCY SOAPS,
are 081. Icq)t.
• MEAL of all kinds.
And many other; things too numerous to
nielitiMickept eonstintly on' hand and
LESS. PROFIT ,
thin ever before offered in this, market.
E. K. SPENCER,,
Jan. 20, 18.64.-
Dr. A. FRENCH's.
CELEBRATED: TOrinc : ' BETTERS;
itilieConirig. the inOit.poptilar_ . 'lled!oine
./'1 : in OirCUbition'for the cure ,
DICA.DESISITY. OP THE;;NPAN. r O,I7.3: ,
. • ',SYSTEMi , ast.d:WEAKNF.SS r ot. thq
It isZtilWitaThing a great repntutiwirt.the,
Principal Office, Coudersport, Poftei Co., Pa.
Wagthe exclamation of tht Mtiroucazum_who
, first di9oifieed .that .the - ,vorld;v3,ond in its
Tift : / i a
wh . are;gool4l?aii_
: • - • • '
P FL4 4 1 Pin r ePT"? ut Pq•- e
! ", • ; • - 7
things are to, be e.oesideref), percYtAi,4ng.
creeds . : the:Qualjty,iand the, i'zi . ea ',and lin&
• , .
clutsers,stu4png both, can z be petteissfigappa
I withother t nr,a
stock than an
joining counties. T . hiny4wico 4 bofofi briying
DEAR TRASH2 I 16;i , ': is purtillioto
etire, - a
ikrous and 'sometimes fatal." 'Don't wait for
EiiLdther 6normans advancein
The following is but a partial list of vue
arge , assortment :
- - -
The 'attention of . .tbe. Ladies is csljed to the
stock of Merinoes,Blick,Brown, glee, llavoOn,
Drab and White. . Some or thesewere bought
previous to the rise and wilibe sold nearly as
low as present wholesale prices at ;JONES'
. Ladies Cloth
Blaa, Grey, and Fancy Colors at. JONES'
Casslmeres, Stripek Checked, apd) Plaids
Tweed's, Kentucky. Jeans, and Cottonades o
the very best quality at JONES'
Mournirig GreoCidS '' -
Black Silks, 'AlPacis, RmpreisClOth, Bombs
zine, Delaines,. Rep. Cloths, and Black and
Parple,Goods of N'arious.kinds at. : -JONES'
. . . .
Heavy Sheetings, three-quarter, four-quarter,
five;quarter, fine unbleached ;Pillovr "Ouse
and Sheeting Muslin Shirting, Ten-quar ter bleached for sheets at, JONES'
White , G o odsd -
Barred Dinslin,, Plain . Jaeonet, Cainbrie. for
Skirts, Irish Linen,Swiss uslinsi NainsOok
Muslin, plaid, ,striio Al
or Plain, and Bishop
Lawns at . 1 : JONES
Embroideries- -- .
Dimity Bands r Ladies:Collars, -llndorsleeves
will:L.6r witkoat collars at ) . - .
.- ; JONES!:
Hoods, with tabd poirdS, for- Infants • and
Children, Misses-and Ladies; Nubia's, Under
sleeves And' Caps at • TOMES?:
For Cbildien!l i Sbirtitig Pritg, plait . black,
fllaite and black i blae r andlibitp, and all kinds
th' Fancy, at.' JONES'
. _ „
Gehts' Black Broad Cloth, excellent quality
bought before the ripe: , Cassimeres, black
silk mixed, black and fancy 4Theskin, striped,
plain, and, Plaid in fancy cOors, .and Cloth
for-wholi suits at 'JONES'.
114. P. $ 4 O l /FY rl t yl
lA.. 44 V . ;! 3: - ' l!•.i. A.
Women's WOol ribb'ed, cotton ribbed, cotton
plain, colored and white,-plain or fleeced.
Girls' white, brown; ,mixed, wool or cotton,
and wool stop4hags.. ' •
Mens'. home and city-Mids.
Boys', all slies,'White or mixed, at JONES''
For Ladies. Gaantlet and amid Gloves., rib
Linen, Cotton, Plain and Fleeced Silk. Gent
fine Driving Gloves, Cas,simeres, at JONES'
Shawls , -
to Ladies"; Silepherdra.Plaid, troche,, Long
and Square,. Woolen Plaid; a; great variety of
elegant col Ors at JONESi
• - .
domeatio: And . foreign mapnfacture. • ilre
gap assure lour patrons that, we believe our
stock this spi:lnoe: he more attrActive in. thie
line than. ever before. , . 31...)NES'
With only two breadtha, making it,necessary
to: have but two seams in a full skirt, iris great
variety at JONES'
-.• Groceries. •
Teas, - Sugars, Choice Syrup, Good , Rio
West Indi•z and'Daudelion Coffee, Rice,•Corn
Starch, Farina, Cocoa, &c., at JONES'
Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Hat, Paint, :Vanish
and Artist Brushes at JONES'
Drugs aid Articles
Paints,, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Crins,Alcohol, Campliene,..Epresene,Lamp
and , Lamp' FiitAres,• Glass, Patent Medicines,
Chemicals, Botanical Herbs,,PerfumemPimcy
Soap an Toilet articles, Gum, Hai!, .tvory
and Wooden Combs, Pomade and Colognes,
and a , fine assortment of Flavoring , Extracts,
Pens, and Paper, and. Linseed 011.Lraw
and ,boiled, at
Bovs' . and.lifen's.at . JONEB'
Boots and 'shoes.
Of every .description and the. beat quality, a
astonishing low. prices, at '
• Wall Paper •
Ceiling Paper, Transmit - PapeT, Windovr.Car
tains ; Borders, Tassels and.Fittures at d's.
HARDWARE, WOODEN-W - ARE, WILLOW-,
•yPARE; NAILS,..IRON; PLOWS, WINDOW!
`SASH,' FLOUR, PORK, and FEED, in fait,
everythirlillyst 'the. people need can be had. nt
All of-whiclymill be•sold at the• lowest rites
Coudersport . ; Pi:, ;Trine, 1861.
-01FgrApttvErA - Ez, 4ll—
gite;t4 - Itne' trarrises - '
Brie,', en' Lake Brie: - ' • "
-It.:bal?. PP-41,480.d tt4i i inilsYli*iia: Rail
their .4k4oree,i is
being 'rapidly; Relied . *aigliont --i its ent.#4
.•-•, It di noiv. in use for,Paseenger and Freight
lisAjiwii•fro*.ll4abing : to St.: Mares (218
5.14604. to :Brie, (76 miles) on tfie i'VeStern!
1 ) . 1 .00 )12 •••
gAssitr.GEß rams - AT 1 ." 01 . 113 !
„ teategii.i tward;
'fliroiigh Mail Train.
• • ;Leave IVesi*ard:
TlmoughldMl in ; • . 1019 A. M.
.oara rq*.;tki:Oligh. wrrfsdov eHiNGJC both .
ways Itetweea,PhilidelPhia and Loel'r Haven.
a n w .her • een 13altimore. and Look /3aven;
• .41'egM1,,,S,IgeP114. Ciro on Express , Trains,
both maya. oetivie4
, more, and 761.11.441!PPrt an& Philadelidda.
For informatieprespeOtint Tassaiger busi 7
nese apply•At Abe 5:.., Coe. 1 3 th and Mallet;
And for Freight basiaessi of the Company's
sB. iagstenotr... Cor. lath rind Market
Sts., Philadelphia. - •
W,:l4..yvqld.s b Erie.
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R. Baltimore.
H:H.: Hot:Mit:4. • •
• . • t Gen't' Freight Age. Veleta.
lawns L. •HOUYT,
Ticket Age. PAW a.
Joe. D. POTTB, ••
Gen'l Manager, --T
ROxe.. Vii . oieeg - !
I offer for sale on reasonable terms and lib
eral time :
ONE FARM l-1.46 Acres-46 Cleared
ONE FARM !-23, Acres- 7 80 Cleaied
on TARMI-50 Aares-15 Cleared
ONE FAit'W.7-300 401.4-5 Cleared
And lots Of other Farms and Land.
Some money_may be required down.
- _ _ Lucien Bird.
ProO Pa., July 2, '64 tf
Having secured the services of
- Ethsrit COWS URN
of twenty years experience in England and
Atnterica.- .1 am• preparrd to furnish farmers
and travelers with. the best of •
Zorse wad Os Shoeing;
Shingle Knives, Butcher Knives &c., promptly
. • • . •-•
Brookland, Potter Co., Pa.
formerly called Cushingville.
4 May 25, 1864. .
STORE' can always be :found the best o
Cooking, Box and Parlor .•
S- T. 0 V . E
Also, TIN and SHEET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH, BOWLS,
PRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, - and CAULD
RONS. Also •
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CUIITIVA
TORS, poRN-ssurps, HORSE-R AA - ES,
DOG-POWERS, • '
. • • , •
• .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 Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Apg. 1, 1863.-50
PUTNAM • -
till 'wring anything from a single Thread to.
'PRICES : $5.50, $6.00, and $B.OO.
, .A; Stebbins , & co.,
agents for 'otter county:43n 35. 1863
. • •
Paying the highestprice in •
CASS for _
. . .
50,00 POUNDS WANTED
Coudersport, June 28, 1864.
Stebbiris & Co. .
RE AGENTS for the sale. of
WHEELER, & WILSON'S SEWING
MACHINES for Potter County • •
Nor'r•lB, '63 •
'DIAS OREN. - UNIVERSAL SATISFAC
TION during the fourteen years it has
been hit:reduced. into:the :United: States.—
'After being - tried by , millions, it has - been
proclaimed the pain destroyer: of the world.
Pain cannot be where: this liniment is ap
plied; If used:as directed it.canslot and ney
hasSailed irtla single instace. ForVolds,
coughs and influenza, it can't q be beat: One
cent battle:will c.xtre.all the above,;besides
being useful in every family for sudden:64cl
stints,: stich , as 'burns, cuts,' scalds, . insect
stings, Itis: perfectly innocent to-talte
tater/rally,. and, darebe ,Oven to the ,oldest
person or youngest: Price .25,.and50
centea.:.bottle; = Mee,-.56 Cortlandt Street,
New York. .Sold - by all'druggist3, - :
TIIINT'S BIbIAI - 0 ROSESi.L . :for-the I r a
living, disordered. ttgestinn-from thheiltir?
food, :thipurs air„ • - tiptiy
the' depressing - ,vicesc nig; above Fall;-'by
the. venereal; infect:tow - - 7 VFluitevei :be
. origin, ft is hereditary InzthV constitution;
descending, "frorn • - parenti toichildimuurnif
the third : '
aid-' generation hnieS4
seems tv f lie theinikof him who sasfir,
visit thO;iniquitiek of the fathers upon-theiir
children.* 'The diseases it origipater lake.
various zigiies, - atcordhir to-the - orgens-ip
attacks. ;In the laugs; Scrofula"
tubercles; ind •Gornoimption ; in the;
glandi, , Swellings if bich_sumrate, and 4e-
come ulcerous sores ;5 in
_the stomach_ and:
210 P. g.
bowels; derangements' which produce indi--
gestion, dyspepsia, and liver complaints; ow
the Skin; eruptive and cutaneous affections,-
These, all having the same origitioitini#„the'
same remedy, via., purification and invigera,-
thin df the blood, Purify the blood,. 'mar
these dangerous distempers leave you.' '
feeble, foul, or corrupted, blood, yen canner,
have health; with that 4 life of the
healthy; , you cannot have scrofulousttisease: -
. Ayer's Stersaim*.a, - -
is comp ounded from the most effectual anti- \
dotes that medical science has discovered for. '
this aillictuig distemper, and for the cure of)
the disorders it entails. That it is - far sine.
rior to any other remedy yet devised, is
known by all who have - givers it atrial Thai
it does "combine virtues' truly extraorliimry
in 'their effect upon this class of complaints, :
is indisputably proven by the great multitude•
of publicly known and remarkable ewes it
has made of the following diseases: xhip
Evil, or Glandular Swellings, Tumors,
EruptiOni, Pimples, Blotches and Sores,:
Erysipelas, Rose or St. Anthony's Pire,L
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs - from
tnbereilo - as deposits in the lungs, White.
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia,.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion; , anc
Syphilitic lnfections, Mercurial Diseases,
Female Weaknesses;afid, indeed, the who/a
series of complaints that arise from impurity,
of the blood. Minute reports of individual
cases may be found in Auim's AMEJLICAX
Ai:nixie, which is furnished to.the druggists
for gratuitous distribution, wherein may be•
learned the directions for its use, and some
of the remarkable cures which it has made
when all. other iemedies had failed to afford
relief. , Those cases_ are purpoiely taken•
from all sections of the country; in order
that every reader may have access to some
one who can speak to him of its benefits front
personal experience. Scrofula depresses the
vital energies, and thus leaves its victims. far
More subject to disease and its fatal results
than 'are healthy Constitutions. Renee -.it
tends to , shorten, and, does greatly' shorten,.
the average duration of human life. - .The•
vast-importance of these considerations. has
led us to spend years in perfecting a. remedy:
whichTs adequate to its cure. This now
offer to the public l imier the name of .ATEJeGo
SARSAPABII.LA, although it is composed; ,of
ingredients, some of which exeetd ther.best - .
of Saisaparillst in alterative. power, liy, its.
aid you mayproteet yourself from the suffer
ing and 'danger of these disorders. .
Out the foul corruptiens that rot and fester.
in the blood, purge out the causes of disease,
and vigorous health will follow. By its pecu
liar virtues this remedy stimulaies ,the vital
functions, and thus-..expels the disteinpera
which lurk within -the system, or, -burst out
- on - any part-of it. • - '
We know. the publie-have been deceived
by many compounds of Sarsaparilla„ that
promised much and 'did nothing; but they
will te ther be deceived norsiisappointed -- in
this. Its virtues have been preven by abun
dant trial, and there remains no question of
its surpassing excellence for the cure - of the
afflicting "diseases it is intended to- reach.
Although under the sanie name, it is a very
different medicine from any other which has
been before the peciple, and is far more ef
feetual than any other which has ever been
available to them,
-The 'World's Great -.Remedy lbr •
• Conghe,-Colds, Incipient Con? .
• - su.mptioniandlortherelief -
of Consumptive patients: .
- • ‘r inadiranced stages
of the disease. „• •
- This has been so long used and so tad
versallY known, that we need do no more
thhn assume the public that its quality is kept
- up- to rthe- beSt it ever has-been, and that it
maybe relied'on to do all it has ever done..
Prepared by Dn..J. C. Aisa C 0.,&
Practical and Analytical Charwtb
- Sold by all Airiest everywhere'.. .
Sold by C. S. & E. A. Jones, Coudersport.
Chappel Bros., Ulysses.
C. H. Simmoes, °sway°.
Mann k Nichols,'Millport;
Colwell & Co.; Roulet,. and by Dealers
everywhere. ; -
. • SAPONEETE,ILL
Or Conoepttrated Lei
Family, Soap• •
WAR-makei.high.prices ; Saponifier lielpfto .•
reduce them. It makes SOAP for FOXiatig.
a pound by using your kitchen grease—.
Jar CAUTION t, As spuriou.s, , lles :are of
fered also, be careful,only,..bur - the
PATENTED article put in Iron mini; 11l
others being, COUNTERFEITS. - -
PEBiNSYLVANIA-BALT MAITUFLOVIBMII Co,
PHILADELKILi.--Rcr. 127 Walnut Street.
PITTSBURG—Pitt Street /awl Duquesiolfir
= 4 , • Eirtiirroina
Cost, erxruna tor
Poi tits, Mice, 'Wachs; Aatd, imaugi, itsiths
in I'm; Woolen, eic. - 'Thuds onliasiterTottly ,
Put up in 25c. 60c. and-$l.OO Boxes, Battles,
andllasks, $3 attdissll24ol4rHotchwfu blia
"Only infallible remedies known."
• ~ ‘ Free.frozn.koisons."
"Not dangerone.tO thi.llaraan Family:4s
"Rats come out of-their holes' to-dlit."
*'`*Sold Wbolesaltin alI large cities.
** • *Sold by all , Dragglets and Ifotalleis eisru
where. • , .
*"* I I -BStrarellj of allwoithless imitations
***See that PCossiter,PJ narneisicraltitil t? 0,
flask, before von_ bop Ca.
"*. - *Xdafess " -- .lll.orurr
Depot'4B2 -- Broadn'aY,,lTi .
iyvSoldby . •
• . P. A. ST-Ei3BINSIk
NV b °lassie lc Retail Agents, Condersport4ll.