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ROM AGAIN. ! ! !
CLINE IN GOODS
BBINS & Cc.,
Pl. A, S
ing a new and complete
Are now recci
the heavy decline and
t panic in New York..
during. the recc
Consistin g of
1 1L I'A CA" Z,
IIOZJ.ffBI G P
CL 0 AKLAr G S,
Full stock o
Drugs an. Fa - ric4 Articles
Oils, Paints, and:Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Cans,Air,,liol, Camphenc, Kerosene,Liimp
and Lamp Fixtures, Glass, Patent Medicines,
Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfnmery,Fancy
Soap and Toilet articles, Gum, Hair, Ivory,
and Wooden Combs, Tentacles and. Colognes,
and a fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts,
Pens, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil—raw
Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Ilair,lllat, Paint, Varnish
awl Artist Brushes
CHOICE STOCK OF
Teas, Sugars, Ch:sice l Syrup, Good Rio Coffee,
West India and Dandelion- iloffee, Rice, Corn
Starch, Farina, Cocoa, '
ALIVAYS ON HAND
P. L STEBBINS' & Co.,
*• Corner Main and Second Streets
Crotolersport, Apr. 10, 13G5 •
... , „
DR: TALBOTT'S PILLS . ,-
CompoSed `of tOrly collntrete extract:
from roots and ii rts of the ighes medicine
value, infalliebie n the cure of 11 diseaSe
of the Liver or ,UOY derangement of the Di
gestive organs: 1 They remove all impurities
of the Blood, addiereuneqtkaled i the cure
of Diarrh:e , JaUudice, Dyspepsia Scrofula,
Biliousness, Liver Complaint , Fe ere. Head
ache, piles, MeHuliel Diseases, Fereditary .
Seniors,. Dosei for adults, one pill' in the
morning, children half ;a pill. From one to
three pills vril: cure oillinary cases, and from
one to three boXes el I cure any curable case
of no matter hojv long standing. Price $l.OO
V. MUTT TALBOTT, M. D. & CO.,
1 6.4, Pt It'on Street, Now York
RESISTADACE AT AN END
General news Of b illiant acbiev/ments is
arriving froM eve y
. quarter. 119 ads that
moat furiously. rebel against the laws of beau
ty, liwhether, they Abe I white,
..iron gray, or
sandy or glaringt red, are overysvhere
STRIVING THEIR COLORS,
An assum ingl the loveliest brown or the
meet lustrous aUd'perfect black,
under the swift operation of
CllriStad4:l7.'o!s HAir DYe
Which transfigures them fu a few moments.
ManufaCtured by J. ORIPTADORO, No. 6
Astor Douse, Now York. !ilSold by Druggists.
Applied by alt }lair Dressers.
AN ELEGANTI NOVELTY, - IN WATCHES.
The eases of this watch are an entirely now
invention composed df Six different met
als combined, rollud together and plart
ished, ; producing an exact imitation of 18
caratgold, called Aroma, which will always
keep ts.color. They areas beautiful as solid
gold, a . M 1 are afforded at , onc-eighth the cost.
The case is beautifully' designed with' Panel
and shield for name, with Patent Push Pin,
and engraved id the exact style of the cele
brated Gold 'ranting Levers, and' are really
habdsome and'desirablc;nnd so ezact• an im
itation of gold as to :idefy•rdeteCtiOn. ,Thp
movementis manufactuied by the, ill known
St. Jimer - Watch Compimy of Earope,and 'are
superbly finished, having engritied pallets,
fancy carved bridges,
with gold balance and the improved jeweled,
.With lied dial and skeletoratandiOnd
is warranted a good time keeper. '• •
These; watches are of three different sizes,
the smallest tieing fur Ladies, and are all
Hunting Ca;cs. i A case of six will be sent by,
Mail or txpiess for $125.00. A single one
sent in a handsOme Morocco Case for $25;
will rcalkily'sell fur tiqee times their most. We
tire sole agents for this watch in the • c-nited
States, and none are 'genuine which do not
beAr our Trade !mark. Addrelis
Gift kill) W. DEVAUGII & I
Impdriers, 15 Maiden Lahe, N. y:
ON FROM. I'HE
A1113'211 1 .3 A.:iff WATCH' 001.11PANit.
•I• - .
It lntvi att cone to Our.knowledge that int
itatioils:of ill° E I.tuerlcan Watch -have been
put upon the mit i rket in great number,. dated
lilted by . their utteri worthlessness to injure
the reputation i f - our genuine products, to
protect Ottr.oWtt interests and the public from
iinposition, :we gain publish the trade marks
by witieli Our Watches .may, invariably be'
known. .- . ' ..' .• J •.' '. - ..
W . .; .
e Mann factbre - four styles of Watches.
The First haS the name i • •
"AMERICAN 1 . WATCH CO.. ^ Waltham,'
Mass.," engraved on the inside. plate. ••
The Second his 'the name
c'APPLETON, •TRACII S. CO.; We,/ them,
Mass.," engraved on the inside plate. .
'the -rinyi has the. name .
~p . S: BART.LETT Waltham, Mass.,7 -en
;rated On the inside 'plate. I - .
. - All th,6 above !styles have; the name Amer
icaii: Wit!telt Co. painted on . 1 .3. e dial, and are
warranted in every reSpect.' •
The ... , ,i'eurth• has the name
1 ..W . M.:,, ELLEIIY, 'Boston, Mass.," engraved
on'the iitsidej.ilate, and is not named on the
dial. • i .1 ! • .
All tbe :th r ove I described watches are made
• , i ~ , • i •
of various staes,,•and are sold in gold or silver
cases, las may bey'ecidird..•
i i It is Jiitriny poSsiblc,•-for ns to accuratelyj
escribe.. the 'm
the to which
we have alluded i They are usually inscribed
with names so dearly approaching our own
as to escape the lobservatiort of the, unaccus
buyer_ Some are represented as made
by the "fdien Watch Co., or Boston, Mass."
—nd such company existing: Some are
named the "Soldier's Watch," to be sold as
our • Fotirth or Wm.l.Ellery styre, usually
known a , r, the "Soldier"s Watch." Others are
named the "Appleton 'Witch. Co.' ;" others
the P. 81Baztt.nr.t," instead of our "P. S. Bart
lett j!* besides many varieties named' in Snell
a manner as to cenrcyt the idea that they are
the veritable. productions of 't i he American
- - • I
17e*alio caution the public, -and particu
larly soldiers! against buying certain articles
CALLED wittches..!so freely advertised in Flirts
trated papers As 't'Arrily , Watches," -uOfftcer's
Watches," *'Magic Titne Observers," "Arcitz
WatehesMac,. the prices•of Which are stet d
to be from seven to sixteen dollars. 'A good
watch, in these times,' gannet bit afforded' feu.
any such money.'
A liepe attention on the. art of buyers will
protect. them from groiss imposition:. • !: .
I 1 I ROBBINS & APPLETON .
..,,gents for' the Aniericart Watch d 0..,•
I ••I • • 1 182 ißroadway, New York.
Remarkable Cure of Sltfifi
Knee ny-Allicoek's Porous Plut.l=
ters.low many persons, from stepping on.
a pieco 4f oranie peel, have been lamed for
life. A 'prise which 'might have been. of this
kind to just been brought to our notice. A
gentleman, from placing - ills! heel of his boot
on. a !piece
.of ! orange peel, was suddenly
thrown down, and violently sprained his
I knee. He was isix months confined to the
house, tliough lie had the best medical ad,
vice. As a lastl resort a very eminent phy,
sician was called in to see if anything more,
could be done. After examination he said
"Sly..opinion is, 3-onr knee will never be bent
again." ;He recommended thatthe whole leg
and knew should'ite cuensed, in a plaster of
Paris bandage,ihich would accelerate the
permanent stiffe mg of the knee, and said,,
"the sooner it'svaS done the etter." But the
patient, before trying this, application and
having c stiff knee for life, enveloped it in
our Porous IPlasiers, and in less than two
months his knee 'was perfectly cured.
I Principat agency, Brandreth House, New
York. By the yard or single plaster..
!Held by all dealers in medicines.
Dr. A. RENCH's
CELEBRATED' TONIC ,BITTERS
A RR becoming the most popular Medicine
Pk, in circulatitn for the cure of
,LIWiR comm. INT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN
DICE, DEBISFTY OF THE. NERVOUS
'SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS 6f the
STOEACII h 1 d DIGESTIVE' ORGANS.
It is aldo gaini ' a great reputation in the
Princiieul Oilige, Cindersport, Po . ,,ter Co., Pa.
THE TOTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Coudersport;Wednesday Evenira, /u 139.2, 1865.
Local and General.
MILITARY. REGISTER OF
FIELD AND STAFF ,OFFICERS
Col. WILLIAM M. MINTZER, Promoted from
Capt. Co. A, Oct. 30, '64. '
Lient. Col. GEORGIA C. -ANDERSON, Pro:
• from Capt. Co. K, Nov. 10, '64-
Major GEORGE D. PIFER, Pro. , from Capt.
Co. I, Dec. 13, '64.
Adjutant SAMUEL H. EIITTER;Pro. from
Sergt. Major Sept. 5, 64.
Quartermaster, T. T. DAVIS, Pro, from Q. M.
Sergt.• Oct. 29, . '64._--
Former Field 'and Staff Officers.
Col. „ON R.
_BROOKE, Pro. Brig.-Gen,
Nov. S, '64. -
Lieut. Ooh RICHARD WIIICHAEL, dis. for
disabiliOay 17, '64.
Maj. THOMAS YEAGER, Killed at Fair Oaks.
Maj. SAMUEL\O. BULL', Pro. from Capt, Co.
A, dis. Oct. 3'64, term expired.
Adjutant CHARL,ES S. HATCH, Resigned
July 25,t'64. \
B RICE. dis. Nov. 8,
'64, term lexpired.
c 010ABY EFIC.ERS.
JASON W. STEVENS, Ct. Pro. Serg4 Sept.
25, '62, Ist Sergt, May 1,4, from-Ist•Sorgt.
Aug. 25, ,64. \\„
GEORGE W. STEVENS, Ist isi ‘ eut, Pro. from
2d Lieut, It'o'lst Lieut. Mayl9, '65. i •
ASA. TOCWIL, 2d Lieut. Pro. to let Sergt.
Sept. -9, !64, to 2d •Lieut. Juno 15, '65,
wounded at t Fair Oaks. \ ,
01 derly Sergeant. _
GEORGE W. BUTTERWORTH, Pro. Corp.\
April 8, '64, Sergt. Feb. 26, 65, Ist Sergt.
Jtme 15, '65.
ALBERT C. EVANS*, Pro. Corp.' May 1
'62, to Sergt. May 1, w'd, at Fredericks
burg, taken prisoner June 16, 64.
CHARLES H BARR * , Pro. Corp. Jan. 3, '63,
to Sergt. Nov. 17, 'G3, w'd May 12, '64.
GEORGE MUSTO*, Pro. Corp. Dec. 24, '63
to Sergt. Sept 6, '64. • •
LEAVITI` W. CUSHING, W'irat Gottysburz
Pro. Corp. May 1: '64.
GEORGE H. SHUTTS*, Pro. Corp. April 8,
w'd at Gettysbor,g and Petersburg.
GEORGE. _F. COLE, Pro. Corp. Sept. 6, '64.
CHARLES; GRIDLEY, Lost a leg at Roaantic
Creek 'Minh 31, '65, Pro. Corp. Sept, 6 '64.
CORNELIUS' LOUCKS; Lost 141 aria at Rou
nd-ate Creek March 31, '65, Pro. Corp. Sept.
CHARLES D. GOODSELL*, Pro. Corp.
April 8, '64. •
ROMER McKERG, A. Corp. Sept. 6, '64.
JAMES H. FOSTER Fru. Corp. 1, '65
DANIEL EASTWOOD*, Pro.Corp.June 15'65
ALBERT W. JOSEFH, Musician.
FORMER O.FFCERS—Comms,d and non-Coratas'd.
Capt. ARCH F. JONES, resign'd July 24, '64.
Ist Lieut. REUBEN Z. ROBERTS resigned
July 12, 64.
Ist Lieut, WLI,LIASI W. BROWN, Pro. from
Sett. July 99,, '64, resigned Dee. 29„64.
Ist Lieut. BENJAIIIN.T. CUSHING, Pro. from
Regimeatal Commis. Sergt. to 2d Lieut.
Sept. 17, '.64, Ist Lt. Feb 13 dis. April
2d Lieut. OSTRANDER 'M. , CROSBY, died
Jan. 10, 1862.
2d Lieut. HARRY, BAKER, Resigned Jan
3, 1 43, Pro. frim Sergt. Jan. 13, '62.
2d Lieut. ARTHUR B. MANN, Pro, to Ist
Sergt May 11, '62, 2d Lieut. Jan. 3, '.63,
discharged Aug. 3, '64.
Sergt. LEWIS A. WOOD, Pro. IstEergt. Jan.
dlicharged i May 11, '62. .A.-
Sergt. ORANGE A. LIEWIS, Pro. to lst r Sergt
Mayls, '62, ,died Aqgust 14, 1862. A.
Sergt. STEPHEN F. HA MILTON, wounded at
Fair Oaks, discharged Dec 12,11862.
Sergt. MARTIN WEIMER, Promoted Jan. 3,
1863, ki3lod•at Cold Harbor.
Sergt. JO.EIN. REED. discharged July 15,'•62.
Sergt. JOHN WYKOFF, Pro. Ist Sergt.Jan.
3, '63, discharged May 1, 1864.
Corp, EDSON HYDE, wounded at Fair Onata,
discharged Aug 22, 1862.
Corp BARNETT F. STEBRINS,Pro. Sept..2s,
'62 killed.a.t Fredericksburg
Corp SMITH P. FINCH, Died Feb 2.7, 1862
Corp RIN. ALDO MGDONALD dis. Jan 2, 1863
Corp ALMOND CHEESBRO, Pro Sergt Jan 3,
1863, Killed at• Gettysburg Pa. •
Corp GIRDER PERRY Pro ISny 18, died Jan
Lurrrri - R ARMSTRONG, Died Sept 29, 1 62
ROBERT C. BAILEY, discharged Nov. 3,'62!
IRA BAXTER, discharge Dec 16;'62
RUSSELL BURNSlDE,discharged Sept. 3 62
ALMERON J. BURDICK, died Dfrc 14, 81 I
ANDREW J. BARNESAischarged Aug 15, 'O2
BENJAMIN F. BURT,* w'd June 16, '64, dia
rYlioN W. BAILEY, trans to Ist D S Cad•
Feb 10, 7 63.
CHWILLES BRIDGE, trans to Invalid corps
WILLIAM C. BVIHGE discharged Aug 2G, 'G3
ORMAN BLACKMAN, w'd at Fair Oaks,
discharged Oct 3,'62
NELSON L. COBI3, trans to Ist U
Feb 10, '63
JARED CALHOUN, dis. Nov G, '64, term ex
ABEL C. CARD, died July 31, '62
DARIUS J. CHAPPELL, disch'd Sept 17, '62
STUKELEY H. CARR, discharged Nov 4, '62
ELEAZER DINGEE, " " i , "
JOHN D. EkRL*, taken prisoner Aug 25,
discharged March 1, '65
NELSON P. FLUENT, dischar'd April 10, '62
DAN FULLER, lost both arms at Antietam,
discharged Dec 17, 'G2 s ,
REUBEN FRENCH, wounded a Fredericks4l
burg, discharged May 16, '63 I
GEORGE D. FREEMAN, taken pris June 16;
'64, ex March 1, 'GS, dis Marc li 29, 65
SOLOMON FOSTER, died Dec 30, '6l
SHELDON M. GIBBS, died Feb 27, '62
ADAM GOLLER,wounded at Fredericksburg,
discharged Nov 6, '64
URIAII F GLACE, killed ,it FrodariCitsburg
DANIEL GLEASON, discharged April 4, '62
OTIS B GOULD, discharged Dec 30,'61
GEORGE W HAIGHT, died March 9, '62
JOHN E HARVEY, trans to Signal corps
Aug 22, '62
WILLIAM 11 HURLBUT, discha , a Jan 9,'63,
:HENRY HADLEY, blown up on' gunboat
Jure 22,-'62 .
EDGAR HARRINGTON, dis Matlch 10; '63
JOS I 4:PIT MIX, 'killed at Gettysburg, Pa.
JOHN It KIMTIIAI,L, ritgellttrged May 30, '62
'AdtiLEI LEAOII, tlicAl Fula 15, 141.
ASA C LF•ACH, isc arged March 10, '62
HARRISON LEONARD, inielo May 22,''62
- 470EhN B LEONARD, discharged Dec:3o, 'Bl
ALMERON LYMAN, discharged Jan 22, '63
ELIJAH McNAMARA, died. Dec 29, '6l -
MILES MARSH, traned to Ist iT S Cair Oct I
24 ; ,'62 a
DANIEL S MOREY, died Jan-20,'61 -
EMERSON MILES, served time out, as hospi
ADOLPHUS J NELSON, killed at Antietam
OSTRASDFR NELSON, dis March 10, '62
OLIVER W OLNEY, dis Nov !6,'64; term ear
BARBER PHILLIPS, disch#gedjane 16, '62
CHARLES RAPLEE, w'd Dec 13, '62, trans
to Invalid corps Aug 25, '63
JACOB REED, discharged Aug 20, '62
ZALMON ROBINSON, Fah 31,'62
ANDREW J RADDLE, w'd Juno 30, '62,- dia.
- Nov 1, '62
GEORGE W RODGERS, dis March 10, '62
WALTER SCOOT, tras to US cav Feb 10,.'63
ILLIAM F STONE, taken prisoner at Get
tysburg, died at Andersonville July 12,' 63
MELVILLE TORRY, died Aug 28, '62
THOMAS It TRACY, discharged Nov 2, '62
JAMES P TRACY discharged'Dec 30, '6l
JOHNkJ TOMPKINS, blown up on gunboat
Mound City June 22, '62
ANDREW .1 TOMPKINS, died - July 20, '62
JOHN WITHEREL, discharged Dec 6, '62
LEONARD WILLIAMS, died July 15,- 'O2
GEORGE ,J WHITMAN, dischd Jan SO, '63
CHARLES H WESTFALL, deserted Oct 5, '6B
GARDINER C WOODS, dis April 23, '63
JOSIAH L WILBER, trans to 4th U S Artil
lery Oct 9, '62
DECATUR WYKOFF,,wonnded ixt Fair Oaks
discharged. Sept 22, '62
OS I AR'J WEBB, died Jan 16. '63 • '-
CI US"ItEYNORDS, - 4:FiSs'l6-13-S Artillery
as Hospital Steward
Recruits ELlicted :for 1862.
GEORGE W BARLOW, faken pris Aug 25,
'64, exchanged March 1;'65
WILLIAM C BLAKESLEE, dis Aug 26, '63
NELSON J CROWEL, ce'd'ed at White Qak
Swamp and taken pris. exchanged Dec '62
trans to Invalid corps Jaly 15,'63
BENJAMIN C CRUMB„ (MS Nov 8, '62
RAYMOND CALHOUN, killed at Fair Oaks
JOHN C COVERT, taken prisoner Aug 25, '64
WELCOME S COATS, k'd' at Fredericksburg
GEORGE W DAVIDSON, Iw'd at Petersburg,
pro, Corp Sept 18, '64, dis Feb 6, '65 -
PETER DAVIS, died June 15, '6l
JOHN G FISKE wounded at Fredericksburg
LES'TER FLING, died Oct 29, '62 - •
ALFRED FLING, discharged Jan,28, 1 63 ,
JOSEPH JOILNSON, discharged Dec 1, '62
FRANCIS JENKINS, discharged April 15; '63
JOHN A McDONALD, trans to Ist U S cay.
HENRY MATTISON, kil'd at Fredericksburg
DAVID MeNAMARA, transferred to Invalid
corps ',July '63
, CHARLES F PARKER, wounded at Freder
icksburg, discharged April 6, '63
LYMAN-C PERRY, trans to U S eav -Feb 18, '63
ALBERT SHERWOOD, " I(
ABR 41 2 1 AM WILLIAMS, died April 12,'.63
JOHN H YOUNG, taken pris at.Reams' Sta
tion, died at Salisbury, N Q Feb 2, '65
Recruila for 1364.
THOMAS J . ABBOTT, •
CAB LES H BARNABY, w'd at'Cold Harbor
au Ronantic creok,discharged May 15, '65
JUDION BROWN, w'd May 12 '64 and taken
• pri . died at AndersOnville Ga. July3o, '64
JOHN T BLACKMAN, died April - 30, '64
JAMES BLACKMAN, killed at the battle of
HIRAM BARNES, trans to V - It 'C Jan 2, '65
DANIEL F BUTLER, taken pris at Peters
burg diedat Andersonville Ga.,July 30;64
SIMON CHARLES, taken pris Aug 25, '64,
escaped April 29 'GB
ROSCOE B. COLE. • •
GEORGE M COYKENDALL. • • 1
ANSON D COREY.
ALLINGTON A CRANDALL,. w'd and taken
pris. May 12 '64, made his escape Oct '64;
- discharged March 19, '65
IRA CHANDLER, died June 3, from wounds
received. at Spottsylvania.
JAMES T DOUGLASS, taken piiis and died
• nt Florence - S. C. Sept 15,'05
HENRY DINGMAN. _
SIMEON ELLIS, taken priconer, died at An
demi:int-We Aug 31; '64
ROBERT B FOSTER, taken prisoner, died a
Andersonviile.Sept 30, '64
WILLIAM B, FO
DELOSS GENUNG, w'd at-Cold Harbor
WINFIELD S C GOODWIN, killed on lilac
Oct 16, '64
LORBN T HAGGADORN, taken pris piny ]2
. died at Florence S C Oct 29, '64 • ,
AUGUSTUS E HOLCOMB,
WILLIAM HAYNES, killed at Spottsylvitaia
BENJAMIN A HAYNES.
CHARLES E HUNTER • -
REUBEN J. HAWKINS dis Jan 13, 'GB •
CHARLES HOYT, w,d at Spottsylvania
JACOB T HOVEY, w'd May 23,'64, trans t 9
V- R C Nov 16, '64
CHARLES JOHNSON, 'taken pis May 12, '64
died at AitderSOUVille Sept 2, '64 • ._
FARNHAM LYON, 4 7
LEVI B LEWIS, w'd and taken• Pris May 2,
'64, exchanged Sept 36, '64
VOLNEY MIX, killed at Spottsyh - ania..
PROCTOR E MAYNARD.
DANIEL MUNROE, died May 2, '64
PHILANDER McKLNNEY.', dis Dec 13, 'O4
ALONZO J NORTH, taken pris June 16,'64,
each Jan 1, '65
JAMES 0 POTTER, taken pris:Jnne 16, '64,
exchanged May 1. '65
ALMERON n PERRY. . • t
.ALDERT REED. •
DEWALT SHUTT, w'd at' Spottsylvania ; •
CHARLES A STARKWETEER.
SAMUEL STONE, killed at Spottsylvania ,
HIRAM SNYDER, wounded June 3, '64
LORENZO W TOMPKINS, wounded at Spoti
sylvania - I
JOHN N TOMPKINS, ;wounded at Spottsyl-
I vania.trans to VR C March 4-'65 • -
!LEVI J THOMPSON, wounded at Spottsyl
vania discharged Jan 5, '65
GEORGE VINCENT, killed at Petersburg
June 16,'64 .
AmnizqsE H WHEATON, wounded and
taken pris )3,14 12,' 64,,ex May 1, '65
AUSTIN 11 WEEKS, taken pHs: June 16, '64
. died at Andersonville Ga, Aug 14, '64' ;
; BURRS WAKELY, diScharged May 10, '65 I
FRANK WAGGONER, w'd May
. 10, '64 and
March $,l '65
HENRY P WILLIAMS,W died June 15 of w'ds
I rec'd May 12, '64 • _ •
ANDIiEW 7 WAGGONER, wounded at Cold
ALONZO 7•WAGGONER, killed at Ronantic
creek - •
CARSON WILSON, killed at • Petersburg
June 16,"64 _ .
Recraits for 1865.
1,4 wruccr, M.ILONE,
Fair Oaks, Vit. June 1, '62.
Gaines' Hill, Va. june.27, '62.
Poach Orchard June 29, '62.
Shvage Station Juno 29, '62.
Whits Oak - Swamp June 30, '62.
Maltern Hill July 1;,'02.
South Mountain Sept 14, '62.
Antietam Md. Sept 17, '62.
Charlestown Va. Oct 20, '62.
Fredericksburg Va. Dec 13,'02
Chancellorsville Va. May 2 and 3, '63
Gettysburg Ph. July 2,:'63. 'ip
Williamsport Md, Oct'l4; '63.
Auburn-Hill Va. Oct 14,'63. -
Bristow Station Ir a . Oct 14,'6 . 3:
Mine Run Va. Nov 27, '63.
Wilderness Va. May 5, 64.
Po River Va. May 10, '64.
Spottsylvania Va. May 12, '64.
Nye River Va. May 23, 64.
Cold Harbor Va. June 3, '64.
Near Petersburg , June 10, '64.
Petersburg dune 18,'p4.
Strawberry Plain Jane 22, '64.
Deep Bottom July 29,.'64.
Deep Bottom Aug. .20; '64.1
Reams' Station "Aug., 25,.'64
Petersburg Nov. 27 and 28,1'64.
Hatcher's Run Dee... 9 '64.
Hatcher's Run Feb. 5, '65.1
Ronantic Creek March .31. "65.
Southold° Railroad April . 2; '65.
Deep Creak April 6, '65.
Last battle April 'T, '65.
Surrender of Gen. Lee, Ap.
THEREAS, my husband, JAMES G.
BOOTH has left, the bed jhe never
owned, and the , board he never jprovided,
without just cause or provocation, I hereby
caution all persons against harboring or
trusting him on my account, as I shall pay
no debts of his contracting after this date.
I AMELJA BOOTH.
Colesbuig, Pa., June 27, 18G5. •
'WHEREAS my wile AMbLIA has left my
V V bed and board with Out just cause or
provocation, I hereby warn all persons not to
harbor or.trust her on my account as I will
pay no debts of her contracting after this date.
JAMES G. BOOM
Colesburg, Pa. l , Juno 20, 1865.
"DIitLADELPITIA S.: ;ERIE RAILROAD.—
_l= ' This great line Itrirersee the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to
the city of. Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased bY the Pennsylvania
Road Company, and udder their auspices is
being rapidly, opened throughout its entire
It is now in-use, for Passenger, and prei g lit
business from Harrisburg to St..,Mary's (21e
miles) on the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to , Erie, (18 miles) on the Western
TOILE OF ikiAsscnavn Eastward, AT EEPORIIIIIi
Through Mail Tiain
Cars run through WITHOUT MANUS both
ways between Philadelphia and Lock Haven
and between Baltimore and Lock Haven. '
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Express Trains
bath ways 'between Williamsport and Balti
more, and Williamsport and Philadelphia..
For information respecting Passenger busi
ness apply , at the S. E. Cor. 12th and. Market
And for Freight 'business of the Cora.psuirs
Agents.:, ' • -
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor.!l3th and Ifatket'
J. W. Reynolds 'Me.
William Brawn, Agent N.C.R.R.Raltimore.
Gers'l Freight Agt. PhsTo.
LBW'S L. HOOP?,
Gcn'l Ticket Sgt. Phil's.
3 1 03. D. Pvirs,
L.•( en Aranager, Williamsport
THE subscriber desires to inform the
zens of Potter that he can supply them
with all kinds of Marble work, as cheap and
as good as it - can be had any place in :the,
country. MONUMENTS and TOMB-STONES
of all kinds furnished on shortmotice.
Coudersport, Feb 13 '65 • 1Y
pERMANI.i, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1863.
NOTICE is hereby given that Charles Bu
ll shor, now or late of this country, holding
the following described property. has not,ye•
paid any consideration trhatevekfcr the samo,
and'all persons are hereby warned not to par- .
chase any of said property bf the said Bushor
before the decision of the I Court is given.in
this case and C. Bushor has paid to me the
consideration money therefor., •
The following 18 'the property::
Ist. A certain tract of land tiear the Ger-1
mania Mill, in warrant 5075. Atbotttorimship,
Potter .county, Pa., containing 100 acres...-.
Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining
the above. • • •
2nd. A certria tract eland, with Mill and
imprcivements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Potter
county, pa., containing about 204 actes.
C. iiushor holds also fu trust warrant no.
2501,] in Gaines township, Tioga county . , Pa.,
on thb road leading from Germania to Gaines,
containing 850 acres.
tf ' ' • WM. RADDEI...
if. J. OLMSTED'S
QTORE can always be found the best o
i s j Cooking, Box p. n d Parlor. •
Also. TIN and SHEETJRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and 'CAULD
RONS. ' .
Agricriltural Implement's; •
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
- 13 As WORK
is we ll
made en the material good. Good
and substfMtial EAVES-TROUGHS plat up in
any pitrt Of the County—Terms easy. Ready
Pay Of all kinds, including. Cash, seldom
Stole Oh Main Street opposite the Old Court
Houid, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1863.-50
'ND can't believe what fine BARGAINS
1, are to be had at OLMSTED'S.
('ORNER STORE--consbuitly - recciOng
fino-nsaortments or GOODS.
Latest fiom Sherman !
OSTN A TAI , ,from North Vitrolion; for
3rt,le by - ' STEBBI:stS
Niiiiiiji - o - 0464's'.'''t
7.IVBURR a ttention Is invited to the larg: !.ntt
attractive etock just received, and for
sale as low as the same qualities canoe bought
anywhere in the county. . .
ihave on hand a largo and varied at.
sortm nt oLDoraestic Cottotts, comprising
BROWN SHEETINGS, and
. ' STRIOS,•
1 _', CIIIECKS i
TICKINGS, and i '' ,' i
CO ON FLANICELS, on which wo
Cannot be undersold. , . _
We purchase onr goods for Cash and offer,
them at, a very_small a dvance
st ' ',
' ' . Trosii Co. '
1117 yon want to purchase •
I. • _ ItED,
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING FLANNEL !call
il 9, '65
BRO ORR, and
a. full supply
11 beforeh r JO ig,
: see ti:essor
BOOTS •Bi. snoEs.
VOR Men, Women & Children, in great va.
riety and cheap ,
For Molasses, byrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffees
I..faa everything in.the Grocery line, call'
A fall anortmputl of almost ieverything that IS
340 P. M
10 A. If
kept in a nountry stare oxt band. We Intend
to keep Goods that will gi e eatafacfionem4
sell rood articles at the leweet.living profit;
Grain .of all kinds,
Butter, I Wool •
County, Township :ad School Orders, for sal
of which the highest prices will be paid
Coudersport, 1 3 a,Nor'r 18, 081
I. wish - all permr.s having op'en aeootint
with me to call and settle immediately.
1 will sell
'Cheap for Dash
Ail my stock of 3lerchandtse
1. Good Horse and harness.'; .
1 Sleigh, 1 Cutler,. 1 Sulkey,
The ,privilege of a good' Asher s y; in 'CO*.
plete workinj order. -
I 5 cents paid For god ASHES'.
Brookland, Pa., Sept., 1864.
IIE Srtbscritrer offers for Sate the folrow
.1. ing tracts of land, to wit : 1 „
Oae tract of One Hundred and Forty-three
and seven-tenths aeres...in Pike township,
Potter county, on the Genesee Forks. Price
SllOO Sixty "acres are improved, with! one
log barn, frame kitchen, frame barn, linty
good fruit trees, and two hundred sugar.
maple trees. The fart will cut grass, in a
good season, sufficient, at,present •prices, to
pay for it:
Also, another tract of Fifty-sir and two
tenths acres, in Enlalia township, four mites
from Coudersport, Thirty acres of which are
improyed',4eith one frame house, log barn,
and some fruit trees thereon. Price $450. i
Also a Wagon Shop and half lot id the'
Borough of Comlerspert, one lot west of P. A,
Stebbins' it Co's Store near Glassmire's Hotel,
Tho tools, lumber, Arc., can be bought roe,
sonably ; or a portion of them,if the pinch:loer
co desires. One half can• be paid in Wagon-
A - reduction of ten per cent will be mad*
for .- 34311 (10WD. 4
Fr'iurtl+er purtienlars. enquire of !11 , sub,
)er at his Wagon-Shop iu enTle , - , p^rt.
Feb. 20 1865. . W. R. lVai,
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