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THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Coudersport, Wednesday Evening July 13, 1864. Local and General. LOST -Betwceu tbe Post t)ffice and Glassinire's Hotel, a GOLD SLEEVE-BUT TON. The finder will confer a favor by leav ing it at the JOURNAL Office—Couderspurt,Pa. The Philadelphia k Erie Railroad was completed on the 2d inst. sgk~Hon. Samuel Coney lias been re-nom inated by the Republican State Convention of Maine as candidate for Governor. flgr-Brown's Bronchial Troches,for Coughs, Colds, Pulmonary and Asmatic Disorders, have proved their efiicaev by a test of many years, and have received testimonials from eminent men who have used them. jfegj-Thft lowa Tribune , the leading German • paper ot Southern lowa, repudiates the Cleve land contrivance, and raises the banner of > Lincoln and Johnson. When the details of the marriage between the Copperheads and fiadtealt reach the Germans, we shall find them abandoning Fremont in a body. They •may admire the General for his jrofessed de votion to freedom, but they will not be trans ferred like sheep into the shambles of treason. j -Six years ago, Mrs. Clinton Llovd, of Wilhamsport, lost her purse containing $lB. The purse was found in the Court House yard, but the money was missing. Recently, •she received $26, stating that it was for the $lB (and interest) so taken from her, and asking that the receipt of the same should be publicly acknowledged, which has been done for the satisfaction of the troubled conscience of the wrong doer. — Bulletin The l'iraie "Alabama" is Sunk, The Rebel pirate ship Alabama has been conquered in fair jig hi and sent to the bottom ot the ocean ! This noted pi ratical pest of our commerce met her end on the 19th June. The Union vessel Kearsarge, Winslow, of Mass.) was the victor. The Kearsarge is the smaller vessel. She had Mockaded the Alabama m the harbor of Cherbourg on the north coast of France. It is said Capt. Semmes of the Alabama challenged '•Capt. V/inslow, steaming out of the bur- ' bor directly for the Kearsarge, and firing; the first shot, at 11, A. M. about ten miles •from land. Manoeuvering for positions,' both vessels made several complete cir cles. About noon, the Alabama was so riddled that she started to return, but soon sunk, with a few men —but her -crew were mostly saved, GS men being j taken up by the Kearsarge, and Capt. Semmes and 40 of his men being rescued by an English ship which was looking on. i The Kearsarge put a shot through thej boiler of the Alabama, followed by broad sides from larboard to starboard of the' Kearsarge, making a breach four yards in length under the Alabama's water line — and that finished her. The Kearsarge j received but little damage. The Alabama lost 8 dead, 17 wounded, j The Kearsarge, only 3 slightly wounded.; A tarried: By Rev. J. J. Roberts, on July UJtli., at the' residence of the bride's father, THEODORE] "COBB, of Suing Mills, Allegany Co., ft. Y., to i Miss MAGGIE MKTZGER, of this place. ggyAny Widow, or Parent, or Orphan, or Brother, or Sister of any b'oldier, railor en Marine, killed, or whe lias died in the service of the United States, who desire NINETY-SIX : DOLLARS ($96) a year Pension, from ONE j HUNDRED TO ELEVEN HUNDRED AND ! NINETY-FIVE DOLLARS ($1195) CASH BOUNTY, and all the arrears of pay dne him. should call at < nee or write to JOSEPH E.J DEVITT & COMPANY, No. 427 Walnut St.,l the Military k Naval Agency, Philadelphia. Also, State Pay. County, City, Ward or other Bounty, Ac., if there is any due. Apply either in person or letter. NUMBER of years have elapsed since the introduction of IIOSTETTEIt'S CELE BRATED BITTERS to the public. The prej udice existing in the minds of many persons against what are denominated patent medi cines at first greatly retarded its sale, but, as its virtues and merits became known, this barrier of prejudice was overthrown, and the demand increased so rapidly that in a few years scarcely a village existed in the United , States in which the affiicted*had not experi enced the benefits arising from the use of the ' "Bitters," and at the present day there are to be found in ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD vouchers for the great merits of the article, j No greater cure for Dyspepsia can he fouud. See Advertisement. For sale by Druggists and dealers generally ] • everywhere. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA, PA. DISEASES of the Nervous. Seminal, Urina ry and sexual systems—new and reliable treatment —in reports of the HOWARD AS SOCIATION—sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Fo. 2 Sonth Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. jy131864. Challenge to a Mowing Match. I challenge any Agent of the Hubbard, Ohio, Rawson, Cayuga Chief or Buckeye Mowing Machines in Potter County, to meet me any where in this County within 20 miles of this place, and test the machines in cutting light anddieavy, long or short grass,- on ground -rough and stony or smooth—wherever it has I been plowed—on cutting stubble high and short, on lightness of draft, strength and dur ability, ease in handling to team and driver, passing obstacles large and small. The Judges to be chosen from the specta tors at the trial (but not "mowing machine men") two by each Agt.—their names put in to a hat and one drawn out by each Agent present; these to constitute the Judges. The machines to bo worked first by their Agents, and then by each of the Judges driv ing and handling each ono. The Agents I whose Machines are beaten shall pay all ex-' penses of this, and all advertisements of trial, handbills, Ac. j A report of the trial to be published in the ; POTTER JOCRXAL. Agents accepting this.! will please notify me at Spring Mills, N. Y., of time ar,d place of trial. Also see to the proper notices of trial. waw L ' no \ T > Agent for .A- Woods Prize Mower New Self- j Raking Combined, and others. Bingham, Potter Co., Pa., July 5, 1864. I PRICE! CURRENT. Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB BINS & CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions, oppositeD. F. Glassinire's Hotel, Coudersport, Pa. Apples, green, 72 bush., $1 00 to 1 25 do dried, " 200 250 Beans. " 300 350 Beeswax, 72 lb., 35 40 Beef, " 10 12 Berries, dried, 72 quart 10 18 Buckwheat, 72 bu3h., 87 100 Buckwheat Flour, 300 375 Butter, 72 lb., 25 28 Cheese, " 12 14 Cloverseed 700 750 Corn, 72 bush., 1 50 200 Corn Meal, per cwt., 450 475 Eggs, 73 doz., 10 Flour, extra, 7$ bblq 12 00 15 00 do superfine " 10 00 12 00 Hams, 72 lb., 25 Hay, 72 ton, 10 00 12 00 Honey, per lb., ,12 15 ' Lard, " 14 1G i .Maple Sugar, per lb., 12 15 ] Oats, 72 bush., 75 ! Onions, " 100 125 j j Pork, 72 bbl., 45 00 50 00 ! do $ Ib -. 20 25 do in whole hog, 72 8 ® Potatoes, per bush., 75 100 Peaches, dried, 72 2^ Poultry, 72 IL-J ® Rye, per bush., 125 150 Salt, 72 bbl., 450 500 do 72 sack, 16 Timothy eed 250 350 Trout, per ), bbl., 800 900 Wheat, 72 bush., 150 162 White Fish, 72 } bbl., 800 900 ASSEMBLY. Please announce in your paper that JOHN I M. KILBOURNE is a candidate 'for the office ' of Representative or Potter County. K. Pike Mills, June 3, 1804. The Last CalL i3 hereby given that it is now; Four Years since P. A. Stebbins and the undersigned closed their business, and tis a part of the debts due them which remain un paid now belong to me. I will attend at the Store ef C. S. k E. A. Jones, in Coudersport, for the next thirty days to receive the pay on them from those indebted to said Concern, after which they will be left in the hands of; an ofiicer for collection. A word to the wise j is sufficient. C. S. JONES. Coudersport July 1, 1864. IIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post I Office at Coudersport Pa., July 1, 1864. Benjamin Bassett, Miss Sarah Bacher,.W. 11. Bissell, Charles M. Carter. William H. Den ton, D. Thatcher,George Fuller,DanieHlacket, 0. Raskins, A. M. Herrington, C. Knowlton, Mrs. M. L. Ostrander, 2 O. C. Phenix, Martha Schofiela, Freehove Shaw, Mr. Filander Ste phen, Yalcrtha Scofel, Mrs. Emilv M. White, Mr. E. Whiles. JNO. S. MANN, P. M. Rare Chances ! I offer for sale on reasonable terms and lib eral time : ONE FARM 1—146 Acres—4o Cleared ONE FARM 1—235 Acres— 80 Cleared ONE FARM !—5O Acres—ls Cleared ONE FARM I—3oo Acres—s Cleared And lets cf ether Farms acd Land. Some money may be required down. Uucieti Bird. Brookland, Pa., July 2, '64 tf MANHOOD: HOW LOST 1 HOW RESTORED! Just published, a new edition of fl>r. Culver well's Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (without medicine) of SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal Weakness, In voluntary Seminal losses. IMPOTENCY, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar riage, etc.; also, CONSUMPTION, EPILKPST, and FTTS, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance. ©StCi rice, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cens. The celebrated author in this admirable essay clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years successful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cued witboEt the dangerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife— pointing out a mooe of cure, at once simple, certain and effecutal, by means of which ev ery sufferer, no matter what his condition may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately and radically. Lecture should be in the hands of every j-outh and every man in the land. St nt, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps. Address the publishers. CHAS. J. C. KLINE k CO., 127 Bowry, Now York, Post office box 4586. DR, TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINIMENT HAS GIVEN UNIVERSAL SATISFAC TION during the fourteen years it has j been introduced into the United States.— After being tried by millions, it has been proclaimed the pain destroyer of f he world. Pain cannot be where this liniment is ap ; plied. If used as directed it cannot and nev lor has failed in a single instance. For colds, coughs and influenza, it carnt be beat. One i 25 cent bottle will cure all tbe above, besides being useful in every family for sudden acci dents, such as burns, cuts, scalds, insect stings, Ac. It is perfectly innocent to take internally, and can be given to the oldest person or youngest child. Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle. Office. 56 Cortlandt Street, New York. Sold by all druggists. Having secured the services of HENRYS. COWBURN, BLACKSMITH of tweniy years experience in England and I America. lam prepared to furnish farmers | and travelers with the best of Horse and Ox Shoeing, Shingle Knives, Butcher Kuives Ac., promptly. L. BIRD, Proprietor, Brookland, Potter Co., Pa. formerly called Cushingville. May 25, 1864. The Rochester Straw-Cutter. OLMSTED A KELLY, Coudersport, have the exclusive agency for this celebrated machine, in ibis county. It is cormient, du 'fabfc, atd CHEAP. ®ec. 1, 1J69.-12 50 FER CENT. SAVED!! AT REGULATORS Nos. 1 '& AT OS WAY" O,PA., AND WHITESVILLE, N. ¥. FELLOW CITIZENS, Friends and Custom ers : 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 'nave opened a branch store at WIIITES VILLE, N. Y., where we shall keep a Large Stock of the best quality of Goods, and shall ever endeavor to give our customers large bargains-. We are now selling Good Shirtings 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 De'aiis 25 to 31 cents, worth 31 to 37 J. Good Plaid Alpaccas 28 to 30 cents, worth 50 to 75. Extra Plain Aipaccas 40 to G3 cents, worth G3 to 88. Extra all-wool Delains 37 j to 50 cents, worth 50 to 75. Fine Mozambiqnes 22 to 25 cents, worth 38 to 45. Fine all-wool Merinos 69 to 80 cents, worth $1 to 51,50. A large stock of Cassimers, lvt. Jeans, Sati netts, Broadcloths, and other goods equally as low. CL O THING.-* This branch of our trade we call your atten tion to in particular, as we can and will save you 25 to 50 per cent. Fine suits from $l2 to $l5, worth $2O to $25. Good black pants for $3,75, worth $4,50. Extra Doeskiu $4,50. SILKS,SHAWLS,&C., of the Best and Latest Fashions, very low.— Fine Merinos, Thibet, Wool, Brocha. Stella, and most Gtlrer kinds. Boots 4* Shoes. A large assortment very low. fine French Calf Ladies' Shoes for $1,25 worth $1,75. Mpn's Fine Calf Boots $3,75 to $4,75, worth $5 to $6. Hats ami Caps for Ladles and Gents, very low. Crockery and Hardware, gaitlrn gotos, at pr>ces far below the present market prices. //s/l&cet €€& arte/ Flour, Fork, Fish, Hams, led, Sugar, Cofee, Pepper, Spice, &c., as low as can be bought in the State. Not having time or space to note further,we would say to those asking why we can afford to sell below other 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 the market, that we buy many goods low and can afford to sell them at home at less prices than many merchants buy in New York. Our Store at Whitegville is under the management of Mr. 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 Oswayo, under the management of ray broth er, WM. SIMMONS, an experienced dealer, who will ever give all customers the benefit of all bargains. An early call is respectfully solicited. Yours Truly, C. H. SIMMONS, Oswayo Regulator, No. 1, Whitesville Regulator No. 2. May 25, 18S4. New Spring Goods !! F, A, STEBBINS & Co., Have just received from W York, & large stock of seasonable Goods which they will sell as low las uny house in the County ; con sisting of fftg (Simh in all varieties viz i DRESS GOODS, DELAINES, POPLINS, ALPACA'S, MOZANBI GUESj PLAID POPLINS, BLA CK SILKS, BALMORAL SKIRTS, CLOAKS, VLOAKINGS, CASSIMERES, CLOThS, SHA MLS, SUN UMBRELLAS, 6c. Full stock of MEN'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING! ALSO BOOTS & SHOES, HATS # CAPS, &c, &c. f CHOICE STOCK OK GROCERIES, OF HAFD. 4 \ Tea from 75 cte to S2 per pound | P. As STEBBINS 1 & Co., Corner Main and Second Streets, i Coa4rsprt, May 11, 1801-ly. Not Alcoholic. A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETABLE EXTRACT A Pure Tonic. Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, PREPARED BY Dr. C. M. Jackson, Fhilada.Pa. WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases oj the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Stomach, Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness or Blood to the Head. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fu lness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Diffi cult Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Cho king or Suffocating sensations when in a ly ing posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Per spiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, &c., Sudden Flushes of Ileat, 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 cot rivaled by any similar prepara tion. The proprietors have thousands of Letters from the most eminent CLERGYMEN, LAWYERS. PHYSICIANS, and CITIZENS. Testifying of their own personal knowledge, to the beneficial effects and iriedical virtues of these Bitters. ATTENTION, SOLDIERS i AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS. We call the attention'ofall having relations or friend 3 in the army to the fact that "HOOF LAND'S German Bitters" wilt cure nine tenths of the diseases induced by exposures and privations incident to camp life. In the lists, published almost daily in the newspapers, on the arrival of the sick, it will be noticed that a very large proportion are suffering from de bility. Every case of that kind can be read ily cured by Hoofland's German Bitters.— Diseases resulting from disorders of the diges tive organs are speedily removed. We have no hesitation in stating that, if these Bitters were freely among our soldiers, hun dreds of lives might be saved that other wise will be lost. We call particular attention to the follow ing remarkable and well authenticated cure of one of the nation's heroes, whose life, to use his own language, "has bten saved by the Bitters PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 23, 1863. MESSRS. JOXLS & EVANS. —Well, gentlemen, your Iloofland German Bitters has saved mv 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 conizant of all the circumstances of my case. I am, and haVe been for the last four years, a member of Sherman's celebrated battery, and under the immediate com mand of Capt. R. B. Avres. Through the exposure attendant upon my arduous duties, I was attacked in November last with iuflam ation of the lungs, aUd was for seventy-two j days in the hospital. This was followed by great debility, heightened by art attack of j dysentery, i was then reriioved from the! White House, and sdnt to this city on board! the Steamer "Stnte of Maine,"' from which I j landed on the 28th of Junt. Since that time' I have been about as low as any one could be i and still retain a spark of vitality. For a week or more I was scarcely able to swallow anything, and if 1 did force a morsel down, it was immediately thrown up again. I could not even keep a glass of water on my stomach. Life could nod last under such circumstances; and, accordingly the physi cians who nad been working faithfully, tho' unsuccessfully, to rescue me from the grasp of the dread Archer, frankly told me they i could do no more for me, and advised me to J see a clergyman, and to make such disposi tion of my limited funds as best suited* me. An acquaintance who visited me at the hos pital, Mr. Frederick Steiubron. of Sixth below Arch Street, advised me, as a forlorn hope, to try 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 have taken but two bottles, I have gained ten pounds, and I feel sanguine' of being remitted to rejoin my wife and i daughter, from whom I have heard nothing! for eighteen months ; for. gentlemen, I am a ' loyal Virginian, from the vicinity of Front! Royal. To your invaluable Bitters I owe the! certainty of life which has taken the place of! vagne fears—to your Bitters will I owe the j glorious privilege of again clasping to my | bosom those who are dearest to me in life, j Very truly yours, ISAAC MALONE. ' j We fully concur in the truth of the above : statement, as we had despaired of seeing our comrade, Mr. Malone, 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 Artillery. Battery F. J. B. Fasewell, Co. B. 2d Vermont. Henrj B. Jerome, Co. B, do. Heniy T. Macdonald, Co. C, €th Maine. John F. 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. 106 th Penu. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! Seethatthe signature of "C. M. JACKSON," is on the WsArpSR of each bottle. PRICES: Large Size (holding nearly double quantity) .£l.OO per Bottle—half doz. $5.00 Small Size—7s cts. Pr Bottle—half doz. $4 00 Should your nearest druggist not have the article, do not be put otf by any of the intox icating preparations that may be offered in its place, but send to us, and we will forward, securely packed, by express. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY No 631 Arcli Street, JONES & EVANS. (Successors to C. M. JACKSON <fc C 0.,) PROPRIETORS. FOR sale by Druggists and Dealers in ever) in tto Unit*! > To Road Contractors. RESPONSIBLE parties able and desliout of undertaking the building of the en tire or a part of a dug road, (16 J feet wide,) of from 12 to 15 miles in the South-Kaetero * part of Potter County, Penna., may apply for particulars to CHAS. MEINE, Esq., Surveyor; Germania, Potter Co., Pa. June 8, 1864.-tf. Mercantile Appraisement. List of Dealers in Merchandise in the county of Potter, for the year 18(34, with classifica tions, Ac. Place. Class. Ami. T. Scot, Allegany, 14 $7.00 F. T. Suhr, Ulysses, 14 7.00 Chappell & Brothers, do 14 7.03 Mary M. H&ckelt, do 14 7.00 L. Bird, do 14 7.00 P. A. Stebbins, Coudersp't, 13 10 00 D. E. Olmsted, do 13 10.CO C. S. <J- E. A. Jones, do 13 10 00 C. Smith, do 14 7.00 E. K. Sphencer, do 14 7.00 J. S. Maun, do 14 7.Q0 H. J. Olmsted, do 14 7.00 C. H. Warriner, do 14 7.00 Glassmire & Coiwell, do 14 7.00 B. S. Coiwell. Sharon 14 7.00 A. W. Humphrey, do 14 7 00 C.H.Simmons, Oswayo, 11 15 00 Wrr. McDougbll, do 14 7.00 B.S.Coiwell,Weston k Bro. Roulet 14 7.0- Mason Nelson, Eulalia, 14 7.00 Henry Andresen, Kettle Cr'k, 14 7.00 H. Tbeis. Germania, 14 7.00 Charles Meist'er, do 14 7. 00 Jacob Kull, do 14 7.00 Augusta Hepp, do 14 7.00 Frederick Ocb, do brewery 10 5.00 J. Schwarzenbacb, do " 10 5.00 Mrs. M. Goodman, Harrison, 14 7.00 Wilcox & Whitcomb, do 14 7.00 J. & W. Burtis, do 14 7.00 G. A. Barclay. Wharton, 14 7.00 Z. J THOMPSON, Mercantile App'f. June 8, 1864. S6I. IST. IJHILADELPHIA A ERIE RAILROAD.— . This great line traverses the Northern and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on Lake Erifc-. It has oeen leased by the Pennsylvania "Rail Road Company, aud 1 r.der their "auspices is being rapidly opened throughout its entire length. It is now in use for Passenger and Freight business from Harrisburg to St. Mary's miles) on the Eastern Division, and "from Sheffield to Erie, (78 miles) on the Western Division. TI3IE OP PASSENGER. TRAINS AT EUPOKTC* : Leave Eastward-. Express Train, 3 50 P. M. Leave Westward. Accommodation Train, 1 30 P. M. Cars run through WITHOUT CHASE'S 'bMh ways between Philadelphia and Lock Have* and between Baltimore and Lock Haven. Elegant Sleeping Cars on Express Trfcins both ways between Williamsport and Ha* tig more, and Williamsport and Philadelphia-. For information respecting Passenger holi ness apply at the S. E. Cor. 12th and Market Streets. And for Freight business of the Company's Agents: S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and MaAct Sts., Philadelphia. J. W. Reynolds Erie. J. M Drill, Agent N. C. R. R. Baltimore. H. H. HOUSTON, Gen'l Freight A'gt. Phi?a. LEWIS L. HOUPT, Gen I Ticket Agt. Phil'is, Jos. D. POTTS, Gen'l Manager, Williamsport. WATGHMAfcEB, C. H, WARKINEK Continues to repair CLOCKS, WATCHES and JEWELRY in Coudersport, and keeps scn stantly on hand and for sale a good assort ment of Clocks, Watches, and Jevfirelry Of the very best quality. Also, PLATED WARE, " SPECTACLES VIOLIN STRINGS, REVOLVERS, fee. Also, a fiill supply of Fishing Tackle which he is selling at the lowest prices for cash. Every article sold warranted Id be as represented. Shop on Main Street, two doors north of P. A. Stebbins & Go's Store, t the sign of the "Big Watcb." Notice. GERKANIA, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. V, 1863. "VT OTICE is hereby given that Charles Bu l_tl slior, now or late of this county, holding the following described property, has not yet paid any consideration whatever fcr the same, and all persons are hereby warned not to pur chase any of said property of the said Bushor before the decision of the Coirrt is given in this case and C. Bushor has paid to me the consideration money therefor. Th ; following is the property : Ist A certain tract of land near the Ger maniu Mill, in warrant 5075. Abbott township, Potte- county, Pa., containing 100 acres— Also 15 acre 3 in warrant 507S and adjoining the above. 2nc, A certrin tract of land, with Mil! and improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Potter count. r, Pa., containing about 204 acre 3. C. Bushor holds also in fruit warrant no. 2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa. f on the road lending from Germania to Gaines, conta tiing 850 acres. tf WM. RADDE. WM. H. MILLER J. C. LU ALARKEY. 'M ILLER &, MCALAR^EY, ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW. HARRISBURG, PA., AGENTS for the Collection c-f Claim* n gainst the United States and State Gov ernments, such as Pension, Bounty, Arrears of Pto A"C. Address' Box 95, Hamsburg, Pa CIASH PAID FOR BUTTER. J >.v F. K. Stpptirer. HUNT-s' BLOuM OF AOS£S,-f.r fie La iias.-at STEBBINS'