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CHANT &. SHERIDAN
HEARD FROM AGAIN ! ! ! ANOTHER UNION VICTORY GOLD DOWN HEAVY DECLINE IN GOODS AND P.- A, STEBBIN3 & CC„ Are now receiving a new and complete STOCK OF Spring Goods ! ! purchased since the heavy decline and during the rcccut panic in New Turk. . Consisting of DRESS GOODS, DELAINES) DORIANS, ALRADA'S) MOZANBIGUES' PL All) DO PL INS) BLA CK SILKS) BALMORAL SKIRTS, CLOAKS) CLOAKING S) CASSIMERES, CLOTRS. Full stock of MEN'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING ALSO BOOTS & SHOES, HATS $ CAPS, &C , &.C., &c. Drugrs and Fancv Articles "its, Pain's, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in Tin Cans, A ihol, Camphene, Kerosene, Lamp and Lamp Fixtures, Glass, Patent Medicines, Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfumery, Fancy Soap and Toilet articles, Gum, llair, Ivory and Wooden Combs, Pomades anil Colognes, and a fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts, Pens, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil—raw and boiled, 31 rushes Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Hat, Paint, Varnish Artist Brushes CHOICE STOCK OF GROCERIES, Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrup, Good Rio Coffee, West Indixaud Dandelion ''offee, Rice, Corn Starch, Farina, Cocoa, kc., AL JFM TS ON HAND. P. A. STEBBINS' & Co., * Corner Main and Second Streets, Cotidursport, Apr. 10, 13G5 DR. TALBOTT'S PILLS Composed of pighLy concentrated extracts from roots nod herbs of the highest medicinal value, infalliable in the cure of all diseases of the Liver or any derangement of the Di gestive Organs They remove all impurities of the Blood, and are unequaled in the cure of Diarrhse, Jaundice. Dyspepsia, Scrofula. Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Fevers. Head ache, Piles. Merculial Diseases, Hereditary Humors. Dose, for adults, one pill in the morning, children half a pill. Fr im one to three pills wil cure ordinary cases, and from one to three boxes trill cure any curable case of no matter how longstanding. Price SI.OO V. MOTT TALBOTT, M. D. & CO., 02 Fulton Rtroet. New York. RESISTANCE AT AM END I General news of brilliant achievements is arriving from every quarter. Heads that most furiously rebel against the laws ot beau ty, whether they be white, iron gray, or sandy or glaring red. are everywhere STRIKING THEIR COLORS, And assuming the loveliest brown or the most lustrous and perfect black, under the swift operation of Christadoro's Hair DYe Which transfigures in a few moments. Manufactured by J. CUISTADORO, No. C Astor House, New York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. ARCANA WATCH AN ELEGANT NOVELTY IN WATCHES. The cases of this watch are an entirely now invention composed of six different met als combined, rolled together and plan ished, producing an exact imitation of 18 carat gold, called Arcana, which will always keep its color. They are as beautiful as solid g-jld, and are afforded at one-eighth tho cost. The case is boautifully designed with Panel and shield for name, with Patent Push Pin, and engraved in the exact stylo of the cele brated Gold Hunting Levers, and are really handsome and desirable, and so exact an im itation of gold as to defy detection. The movement is manufactured by the wetfl known St. Jimer Watch Company of Europe,and arc superbly finished, having engraved pallets, fancy carved bridges, adjusting regulator, with gold balance and the improved jeweled action, with line dial and skeleton hands,and is warranted a good time keeper. These watches arc of three different sizes, the smaljest being for Ladies, and arc all Hunting Cases. A case of six will be sent by- Mail or Express for $125.00. A single one sent in a handsome Morocco Case for $25 ; will readily sell for tlireo times their cost. We are sole agents for tLi3 watch in the United States, and none are genuine which do not be*r our Trade mark. Address GIIMHi) W. DEVAUGH & CO., Importers, 15 Maiden Lane, N. Y. ~~cIVTTTion 7 "FROM THE AISEiIJCajJ WATCH CO&i'AHY. It having come to our knowledge that im itations of ihe American Watch have been put upon the market in great number, calcu lated by their utter worthlessness to injure the reputation of our genuine products, to protect our r owu interests and the public from imposition, we again publish the trademarks by which our Watclies may invariably be known. We manufacture four styles of Watches. The First has the name "AMERICAN WATCH CO.. Wallham, Mass.," engraved on the inside plate. The Second has the name "APPLETON, TRACT & CO., Widtkam. Mass.," engraved on the inside plate. The Third has the name "P. S. BART LETT, Waitbam, Mass.," en graved on the inside plate. All the above styles have the name Amer ican Watch Co. painted on the dial, and are warranted in every respect. The Fourth has the name '•WSI. ELLFotY, Boston, Mass.," engraved on the inside plate, and is not named on the died. All the above described watches are made of various sizes, and are sold in gold cr silver [ cases, as may be required. it is hardly possible for us to accurately describe the to which we have alluded. They are usually inscribed with names so nearly approaching our own as to escape -the observation of the unaccus tomed buyer. Some are represented as made by the "Union Yv r atch Co., of Boston, Mass." —no such company existing. Some are named the "Soldier's Watch," to be sold as our Fourth or Wm. Ellcry styTe, usually known as the "Soldier's Watch." Others are named the "Applcton Watch Co.others the P. S. BartLKY," instead of our "P. S. Bart lettbesides many varieties named in such a manner as to convey the idea that they are the veritable productions of the American Watch Company. We also caution the public, and particu larly soldiers} against buying certain articles CALLED watches, so freely advertised in illus trated papers as "Army Watckea," "Officer's Watches," "Magic Time Observers," "Arcann Watches," &c,. the pricc3of which are stated to be from seven to sixteen dollars. A good watch, in these tines, cannot he afforded for any such money. A little attention on the part of buyers will protect them from gross imposition. BOBBINS & APPLETON Agents for the American Watch Co., 182 Broadway, New York. Reinurkahie Cure of Slifi Knee by Allcocli's Porous Plas ters. —llow many persons, from stepping on a piece of orange peel, have been lamed for life. A case which "might have been of this kind has jnst been brought to our notice. A gentleman, from placing vlis heel of his boot on a piece of orange peel, was suddenly thrown down, and violently sprained his knee. He was six months confined to the house, though lie bad the best medical ad vice. As a last resort a very eminent phy sician was called in to see if anything more could be done. After examination he said : 1 "My opinion is, your knee will never be bent again." lie recommended that the whole leg 1 and knee should be cneased in a plaster of Paris bandage, which would accelerate the permanent stiffening of the knee, and said, "the sooner it was done the better." But the patieut, before trying this application and having e stiff knee for life, enveloped it in our Porous Plasters, and in less than two months his knee was perfectly cured. Principal agency, Brandreth House, New York. By the yard or single plaster. Sold by all dealers in medicines. r>r. A. FRENCH'S CELEBRATED TONIC , BITTERS A RE becoming the most popular Medicine /V in circulation for the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN DICE. DEBISITY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS of the STOEACII and DIGESTIVE ORGANS. It is also gaining a great reputation in the cr-RK of DTPTIIERIA. Principal Office, Cjpuderspnrt, Potter Co., Fa THE TOTTER COUNTY JOURNAL Coudersport, Wednesday Evening, July 12, 1865. Ix>cal and General. MILITARY REGISTER OF G 53tl Regiment! FIELD AND STAFF OFFICEBS. Col. WILLIAM M. MINTZER, Promoted from Capt. Co. A, Oct. 30, '6l. Lieut. Col. GEORGE C. ANDERSON, Pro. from Capt. Co. K, Nov. 10, '64. Major GEORGE D. PIFER, Pro. from Gapt. Co. I, Dec. 13, '64. Adjutant SAMUEL H. EUTTER, 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. JOHN R. BROOKE, Pro. Bng.-Gen, Nov. 26, '64. Lieut. Gol. RICHARD M'MICHAEL, dis. for disability May 17, '64. Maj. THOMAS YEAGKR, Killed at Fair Oaks. Maj. SAMUEL O. BULL, Pro. from Capt, Co. A, dis. Oct. 3, '64, term expired. Adjutant CHARLES S. HATCH, Resigned July 24, 'O4, Quartermaster, JACOB RICE. dis. Nov. 8, '64. term expired. COMPANY OFFICERS. JASON W. STEVENS, Capt. Pro. Sergt. Sept. 25, '62,lst Sergt, May 1, 'O4, from Ist Sorgt. Aug. 25, '64. GEORGE W. STEVENS, Ist Lieut., Pro. from 2d Lieut, to Ist Lieut. May 18, '65. ASA TOOMJJL, 2d Lieut. Pro. to Ist Sergt. Sept. 0, '64, to 2d Lieut. June 15, '65, wounded at Fair Oak 3. 0/ derly Sergeant. GEORGE "W. BUTTERWORTII, Pro. Corp. April 8, '64, Sergt. Feb. 26, 65, Ist Sergt. June 15, '65. Sergeants. ALBERT C. EVANS*, Pro. Corp. May 16, '62, to Sergt. May 1, ,61, w'd at Fredericks burg, taken prisoner June 16, 64. CHARLES II BARR # , Pro. Corp. Jan. 3, '63, to Sergt. Nov. 17, 'O3, w'd May 12, '64. GEORGE MUSTO*, Pro. Corp. Dec. "24, '63, to Sergt. Sept 6, '64. n LKAVITT W. CUSIIING, W'd at Gettysburg, Pro. Corp. May 1. '64. Corporals. GEORGE 11. SHUTT3* Pro. Corp. April 8, '64, w'd at Gettysburg and Petersburg. GEORGE. F. COLE, Fro. Corp. Sept. 6, '64. CHARLES GRIDLEY, Lost a leg at llouantic Creek March 31, '65, Pro. Corp. Sept, 6'64. CORNELIUS LOUCKS 1 , Lost an arm at Rou antic Creek March 31, '65, Pro. Corp. Sept. 5, '64. CHARLES D. GOODSELL*, Pro. Corp. April 8, '64. HOMER McKERG, Pro. Corp. Sept. 6, '64. I JAMES 11. FOSTER Pro. Corn. March 1, '65. 1 DANIEL, EASTWOOD*, Pro.Corp.June 15'65. ALBERT W JOSEPH, Musician. * Veterans. FORMER OFFCEKS-Comais.d and non-Comins'fi. Capt. ARCH F. JONES, resign'd July 24, '64. Ist Lieut. REUBEN Z. ROBERTS resigned July 12, 64. Ist Lieut. WILLIAM W. BROWN, Pro. from! Sergt. Juiv 3Q, '64, resigned Dec. 29, ( 64. Ist Lieut. BENJAMIN J. CUSHING, Pro. from Regimental Commis. Sergt. to 2d Lieut. Sept. 17, 'O4, Ist Lt. Feb 13 '65, dis. April 17, "65. 2d Lieut. OSTRANDFJt M. CROSBY, died Jan. 10, 1862. 2d Lieut. HARRY BAKER, Resigned Jan. 3, '43, Pro. from 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. IstSergt. Jan. 15, '62, discharged May 11, 'S2. Sergt. ORANGE A. LEWIS, Pro. to IstSergt May 15, '62, died August 14, 1862. $ Sergt. STEPHEN F. HAMILTON, wounded at Fair Oaks, discharged Dec 12, 1862. Sergt. MARTIN WEIMER, Promoted Jan. 3, 1863, killed at Cold Harbor. Sergt. JOHN REED., discharged July 15, '62. Sergt. JOIIN WYKOFF, Pro. Ist Sergt Jan. 3, '63, discharged May 1, 1864. Corp, EDSON HYDE, wounded at Fair Oaika, discharged Aug 22, IBG2. Corp BARNETT F. STEBIiINS, Pro. Sept.2s, '62 killed at Fredericksburg Corp SMITH P. FINCH, Died Feb 27, 1862 Corp RINALDO McDONALD dis. Jan 2, 1863 Corp ALMOND CITEESBRO, Pro Sergt Jan 3, 1863, Killed at Gettysburg Pa. Corp GIRDEM PERRY Pro May 16, died Jan 13 1863. PRIVATES. LCTIFTR ARMSTRONG, Died Sept "29, >62 ROBERT C. BAILEY, discharged Nov. 3, '62 IRA BAXTER, discharged Dec. 16, '62 RUSSELL BLRNSlDE,discharged Sept. 3 '62 ALMERON J. BURDICK, died Dec 14, 61 ANDREW J. BARNES,discharged Aug 15, '62 ' BENJAMIN F. BURT,* w'd June 16, '64, dis Dec 29, 64 MYRON W. BAILEY, traii3 to Ist U S Cav Feb 10, '63 CHARLES BRIDGE, tran3 to Invalid corps July 8, '63 WILLIAM C. BRIDGE discharged Aug 26, '63 ORMAN BLACKMAN, w'd. at Fair Oaks, discharged Oct 9, '62 NELSON L. COBB, trans to Ist U S Cav. Feb 10, '63 JAItED CALIIOUN, dis. Nov C, 'O4. term ex ABEL C. CARD, died July 31, '62 DARIUS J. CIIAPPELL, disch'd Sept 17, '62 STUKELEY H. CARR, discharged Nov 4, '62 ELEAZER DINGEE, " " JOHN D. EARL*, taken prisoner Aug 25, discharged March 1, '65 NELSON P. FLUENT, discliar'd April 10, '62 DAN FULLER, lost both arms at Autietaui, discharged Dec 17, '62 REUBEN FRENCH, wounded at Fredericks burg, discharged May 16, '63 GEORGE D. FREEMAN, taken pris June 16, '64, ex March 1, '65, dis March 29, 65 SOLOMON FOSTER, died Dec 30, '6l SHELDON M. GIBBS, died Feb 27, '62 ADAM GOLLElt,wounded at Fredericksburg, discharged Nov 6, '64 URIAJI F GLACE, killed at Fredericksburg DANIEL GLEASON, discharged April 4, '62 OTIS B GOULD, discharged Dec 30, '6l GEORGE W IIAIGIIT, died March 9, '62 JOHN E HARVEY, trans to Signal corj>s Aug 22, '62 WILLIAM H HURLBUT, dischar'd Jan 9, '63 HENRY HADLEY, blown up on gunboat June 22, *62 EDGAR H ARRINGTON, di? March 10, '62 JOSEPH KILE, killed at Gettysburg, JOHN f KIMBALL, discharged May 30, '62 AS!iLEY LEACH, died I*.L 15, 6} ASA C LEACH, discharged March 10, '62 HARRISON LEONARD, discli'd May 22, '62 JOHN B LEONARD, discharged Dec 30, '6l ALMERON LYMAN, discharged Jan 22, '63 ELIJAH McNAMAIU, died Dec 29, '6l STILES MARSH, trans'd to Ist U S Cav Oct 24, '62 DANIEL S MOREY, died Jan 20, '6l EMERSON MILES, served time out as hospi tal bummer ADOLPHUS J NELSON, killed at Antietara OSTRANDFR NELSON, dis March 10, '62 OLIVER W OLNEY. dis Nov 6,'64 term ex BARBER PHILLIPS, discharged June 16, '62 CHARLES RAPLEE, w'd Dec 13, 'O2, trans to Invalid corps Aug 25, '63 JACOB REED, discharged Aug 20, '62 ZALMON ROBINSON, disch'd Feb 21, '62 ANDREW J RADDLE, w'd June 30, '62, dis Nov 1, '62 GEORGE W RODGERS, dis March 10, '62 WALTER SCOOT, tras to U S cav Feb 10, '63 F STONE, taken prisoner at Get tysburg, died at Andersonville July 12,' 63 MELVILLE TORRY, died Aug 28, '62 THOMAS R TRACY, discharged Nov 2, '62 JAMES P TRACY discharged Dec 30, '6l JOHN C TOMPKINS, hlowu up on gunboat Mound City June 22, '62 ANDREW J TOMPKINS, died July 20, '62 JOHN Yv'ITHEREL, discharged Dec 6, '62 LEONARD WILLIAMS, died July 15, '62 GEORGE J WHITMAN, dischd Jan SO, ! 63 CHARLES H WESTFALL, deserted Oct 5, '6B GARDINER C WOODS, dis April 23, '63 JOS IAH L WILDER, trans to 4th U S Artil lery Oct 9, '62 DECATUR WYKOFF,.wounded at Fair Oaks discharged Sept 22, '62 OSCARM WEBB, died Jan 16. '63 CYRUS'REYXOLDS, tiAas to U S Artillery as Hospital Steward Recruits Enlisted for 1862. GEORGE W BARLOW, taken pris Aug 25, '64, exchanged March 1, '65 WILLIAM C BLAKEBLEE, di 3 Aug 26, '63 NELSON J CROW EL, wd'ed at White Qak Swamp and taken pris. exchanged Dec '62 trans to Invalid corps July 15, '63 . BENJAMIN C CRUMB, dis Nov 18, '62 RAYMOND CALHOUN, killed at Fair Oaks DAVID COVERT, JOHN C COVERT, taken prisoner Aug 25, '64 WELCOME S COATS, k'd at Fredericksburg GEORGE W DAVIDSON, w'd at Petersburg, pro corp Sept 18, '64, dis Feb 6, '65 PETER DAVIS, died June 15, '64 JOHN G FISKE wounded nt Fredericksburg LESTER FLING, died Oct 29, '62 ALFRED FLING, discharged '63 JOSEPH JOIINSON, discharged Dec 1, '62 FRANCIS JENKINS, discharged April 15, '63 JOHN A McDONALD, trans to Ist U S cav. Feb 10, '33 HENRY MATTISON, kil'd at Fredericksburg DAVID McNAMARA, transferred to Invalid corps July '63 CHARLES F PARKER, wounded at Freder icksburg, discharged April 6, '63 LYMAN C PERRY, trans to U Seav Feb 10, '63 ALBERT SHERWOOD, " " " ABRAHAM WILLIAMS, died April 12,'63 JOHN H YOUNG, taken pris at Reams' Sta tion, died at Salisbury, N C Feb 2, '65 Recruits for 1864. YATES ANSON. THOMAS J ABBOTT, CAHRLES H BARNABY, w'd at Cold Harbor aud Rouantic creek,discharged May 15, '65 JUDSON BROWN, w'd May 12 '64 and taken pris. died at Andersonville Ga. July 30, '64 JOHN T BLAQKMAX. died April 30, '64 JAMES BLACKMAN, killed at the battlo of Wilderness EDWIN BASSETT, HIRAM BARNES, trans to V R C Jan 2, '65 DANIEL F BUTLER, taken pris at Peters burg died at Andersonville Ga..July 30,'64 SIMON CHARLES, taken pris Aug 25, '64, escaped April 23 '65 ROSCOE B. COLE. GEORGE M COYKENDALL. ANSON D COREY. ALLINGTON A CRANDALI., w'd and taken pris. May 12 '64, made Lis escape Oct '64' discharged March 19, '65 IRA CHANDLER, died June 2, from wounds received at Spottsylvania. JAMES T DOUGLASS, taken pris and died nt Florence S. C. Sept 15, '65 HENRY DINGMAN. SIMEON ELLIS, taken prisoner, died at An dersonville Aug 31, '64 ROBERT B FOSTER, taken prisoner, died at Andersonville Sept 30, '64 WILLIAM B. FOX. I)WIGHT GENUNG. DELOSS GENUNG, w'd at Cold narbor WINFIELD S C GOODWIN, killed on picket Oct 16, '64 LOREN f IJ AGO ADORN, taken pris May 12, diod at Florence S C Oct 29, '64 AUGUSTUS E IIOLCOMB, WILLIAM IIAYNES, killed at Spottsylvania BENJAMIN A II AYNES. CHARLES E HUNTER REUBEN J. HAWKINS uis Jan 13, 'Co CHARLES HOYT, w,d at Spottsylvania JACOB T IIOVEY, w'd May 23, '64, trans to V R C Nov 16, '64 CHARLES JOHNSON, taken pris May 12, '64 died at Andersonville Sopt 2, '64 LYMAN JONES. ELMER JOSEPH. FARNHAM LYON, *- LEVI B LEWIS, w'd and taken pria May 2, '64, exchanged Sept 30, '64 VOLNEY MIX, killed at Spottsylvania. PROCTOR E MAYNARD. DANIEL MUNROE, died May 2, '64 PHILANDER McKINNEY, uis Dec 13, '64 SCOTT McKINNEY. ALONZO J NORTH, taken pris June 16, "64, exck Jan 1, '65 JAMES O POTTER, taken pris June 16, '64, exchanged May 1. '65 ALMERON II PERRY. ALBERT REKD. DEWALT SIIUTT, w'd at* Spottsylvania CHARLES A STARKWETHKR. SAMUEL STONE, killed at Spottsylvania HIRAM SNYDER, wounded June 3, '64 LORENZO W TOMPKINS, wounded at Spott sylvania JOHN N TOMPKINS, wounded at Spottsyl- to V R C March 1, '65 LEVI J THOMPSON, wounded at Spottsyl vania discharged Jan 5, '65 GEORGE VINCENT, killed at Petersburg June 16, '64 AMBROSE II WHEATON, wounded and taken pris May 12.' Ct, ex May I, '65 AUSTIN M WEEKS, taken pris. June 16, '64 died at Andersonville Ga. Aug 14, '64 BURR S WAKELY, discharged May 10, '65 FRANK WAGGONER, w'd May 10, '64 aud March 31, '65 HENRY P WILLIAMS, died June 15 of tv'ds ree'd May 12, '64 ANDREW J WAGGONER, wounded at Cold Harbor ALONZO J WAGGONER, killed at Rouantic creek CARSON WILSON, killed at Petersburg Juue 16, 'C4 Recruits for 1865. FRANK CROSBY, LA WHENCE M A LONE, ITE V RV VTIHP'S. WILLI AM DONNALD, JACOB ROOP. WILLIAM SNYDER. ENGAGEMENTS Fair Oaks, Ya. Jane 1, '62. Gaines' Hill, Ya. June 27, '62. Peach Orchard June 29, '62. Savage Station June 29, '63. White Oak Swamp June 30, '63. Malvern Hill July 1, 'O2. South Mountain Sept 14, '62. Antietain Md. Sept 17, '62. Charlestown Ya. Oct 20, '62. Fredericksburg Ya. Dec 13, 'O2. Chancellorsville Ya. M iy 2 and 3, '63. Gettysburg Pa. July 2, '63. A Williamsport Md, Oct 14, '63. Auburn Ilill Ya. Oct 14, '63. Bristow Station Va. Oct 14, '63. Mine Ran Ya. Nov 27, '63. Wilderness Va. May 5, 64. Po River Va. May 10, '64. Spottsylvania Va. May 12, '64. Nye River Ya. May 23, 64. Cold Ilarbor Ya. June 3, '64. Near Petersburg June 16, '64. Petersburg June 18, '64. Strawberry Plain June 22, '64. Deep Bottom July 29, '64. Deep Bottom Aug. 20, '64. Reams' Station Mug. 25, '64. Petersburg Nov. 27 nnd 28, '64. Hatcher's Ran Dec 9, '64. Hatcher's Run Feb. 5, '65. Rouantic Creek March 31, '65. Southside Railroad April 2, '65. Deep Creek April 0, '65. Last battle April 7, '65. Surrender of Gen. Lee, April 9, 'OS. NOTICE." " WHEREAS, my husband, JAMES G. BOOTII has left the bed he never owned, and the board he never provided, 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. AMELIA BOOTH. Colesburg, Pa., June 27, 1865. NOTICE. VfTHEREAS uiy wife AMELIA has left my ?T bed and board without 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. BOOTII. Colesburg, Pa., June 20, 1865. IS6S J865 1 PHILADELPHIA k ERIE RAILROAD.— This great line traverses the Northern and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on Lake Erie. It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Rail Road Company, and under their auspices is being rapidly opened throughout its entire length. It is now in-use for Passenger nnd Freight business from llarrisburg to St. Mary's (216 miles) on the Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to Erie, (.78 u:ile3) oa the Western Division. TIU3 OF PASHE?.*OKR TRAINS AT EMPORIUM : Leave Eastward. Through Mail Train 3 40 P. M. , Leave Westward. Through Mail Train 10 18 A. 11. Cars run through WITHOUT CHANGS both ways between Philadelphia nnd Lock Haven and between Baltimore and Lock Haven. Elegant Sleeping Cars on Ejpress Trains both 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 Streets. And for Freight business of the Company's Agents; S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market Sts., Philadelphia. J. W. Reynolds Erie. William Brown, Agent N.C.R.R. Baltimore. 11. 11. HOUSTON, Gin'l Freight Agt. Phil'a. LBWII L. IIOUPT, Gen I Ticket Agt. Phil'a. Jos. D. POTTS, Gen I Manager, Williamsport. ( Marble Yard. subscriber deeires to inform the citi- B zens of Potter that he can supply them with all kinds of Marble work, as cheap and as good as it can he had anv place in the country. MONUMENTS and TOMB -STONES of all kinds furnished on sbortotice. C. BREUNLE. Coudersport, Feb 13 '65 • ly Notice. GERMANIA, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1863. "VTOTICE is hereby given that Charles Bu shor, now or late of this county, holding the following descrilied property, has not ye' 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 Court is given in this case and C. Bushor has paid to me the consideration money therefor. The following is the property \ Ist. A certain tract of land near the Ger mania Mill, in warrant 5075, Abbott township, Potter county, Pa., containing 100 acres.— Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining the above. •- - 2nd. A certrin tract of land, with Mill and improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in warrant 5819, in Stcwartson township, Potter county, Pa., containing about 204 acres. C. Bushor holds also m trust warrant no. 2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa., on the road leading from Germauia to Gaines, containing 850 acres. tf WIT. 11A DDE. Si. J. OLMSTED'S STORE can always be found the best 0 Cooking, Box and Parlor STOVES Also. TIN and SHEET-IRON WARE, POTS, KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS, FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD RONS. Also, Agricultural Implements, such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES, DOG-POWERS, &c. 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 refused. Store oh Main Street opposite the Old Court House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1863.—50 V r Ol T can't believe what fine BARGAINS H. are to bo had at OLMSTED'S. € CORNER STORE—constantly ) fine-assortments of GOODS. Latest from Clierman ! "I *OS TV 1-T\l from North rv-olin.l. fcr It, jnle by STEBBINS Summer Cloods! A? OLMSTED'S. \ r OUR nttlcntion is invited to the large -nd attractive stock just received, and for sale ns low us the same qualities can be bought anywhere in the county. We have on hand a largo and varied og sortment o£ Domestic Cottons, confusing BROWN SHEETINGS, and SIIIUTINGS, BLEACHED MUSLINS, DENIMS, STRIPES, CHECKS, TICKINGS, and COTTON FLANNELS, on which wo cannot be undersold. We purchase enr goods for Cash and offer them at a very small advance From Cost. FLAN N E LfcL ~~ IF you want to purchase • RED, GRAY, B<.rE, or PLAID FRENCn SIIIRTING FLANNEL, call At Olmslcd^. DRESS GOODS; DELAINES, PRINTS, BP.OOJIE, and WOOLEN SIIAWS, HOODS, SONTAGS, • NUBIAS, BALMORAL SKIRTS, CLOTHS, and CASSIMERES," a full supply At CluistrdN. CLOTHING. ~ DON'T fail to call before purchasing and see the assortment | At <Mitistod's BOOTS & SHOES Men, Women Si Children, in great va . riety and cheap At OlmNtcd'g For Molasses, Syrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffee, in fact everything in the Grocery line, cal] AT OLMSTED'S. A full assortment of almas) everything that is kept "in a country stare on hand. We intend to keep Goods that will give satisfaction and sell good articles at the lowest living profit; AT OLMSTED'S, piltttftL Grain of all kinds, Putter, Wool, • Sheep Pelts, Furs, Deer Skin 3* Also, County, Township and School Orders, for all of which the highest prices will be paid At Olmsted's Coudersport, Pa,Nov'r 18, Q rh P o y. w -j.i *5 E2 OT W > 3 3 o Q C g m W a I wish all persons having open account with me to call und settle immediately. I will soil Cheap for Cash AH my stock of Merchandise Consisting of CLOTHING, BOOTS, and SHOES, DRUGS, CROCKERY, GROCERIES, TOOLS, Ac., &c., 1 Good Horse and Harness. *" 3 WcTJOnSj 1 Sleigh, 1 Cutter, 1 Sulkey, The privilege of a good Ashery in com jiletc working order. 15 Oents paid for good ASIIf-IR. LUCIEN BIRD. Brookland, Pa., Sept., 1884. FOR GALE rjIIIE Subscriber oSers for Sale the follow JL ing tracts of land, to wit; One tract of One Hundred and Forty-three and seven-tenths Pike township. Potter county, on the Genesee Forks. Price $llOO. Sixty acnes are improved, with one log barn, frame kitchen, frame barn, foity good fruit trees, and two hundred sugar maple tree 3. The farm will cut grass, in a good season, sufficient, at present prices, to pay for it. Also, another tract of Fifty-six and two tenths acres, in Eulalia township, four miles from Coudersport, Thirty acres of which am improved, with one frame house, log barn, and some fruit trees thereon. Price s4sb. Also, a Wagon Shop and half lot in thq Borough of Coudersport, one lot west of P. A. Stebbins' & Co's Store near Glass mire's Hob 1. The tools, lumber, kc., cut be bought rea sonably ;or a portion of them,if the purch.*>er so desires. One half ctn be paid in Wagon- Work. A redaction of ten per cent will be mads for Cash down. For author particulars enquire of tin* sub. icriber at his Wagon-Shop in Comb • i rt. , Feb. 20, 1885. W. R. IVJ&S.