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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

WISTAR'S BALSAM or WIM> CHERRY 0SE OS THE OLDEST Ann MOST RELIABLE EE3I EDIE3 IN THE WOULD FOE Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bron chitis, Difficulty of Breathing, Asthma, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup, and every Affection of THE THP.OAT, LUNGS AND CHEST, INCLUDING EVEN GoarsuHPTioN. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHEERY, So general has the use of this remedy become, and so popular is it every where,that it is unnecessary for me to recount its virtues. Its works speak for it, and find utterance in tho abundant and voluntary testimony of the many who from leng suffering and settled disease have bcen.restored to pristine vigor and health. We can present a mass of evidence in proof of our assertion, that CANNOT BE DISCREDITED. The Rev. Jacob SecMer, Well known and ranch respected among the German population in this country, makes the following statement for' thoJ>enefit of the afflicted: • Hasovee, Pa., Feb. 15, IS59. Bear Sirs:—Having realized in my family important bene...

Publication Title: Potter Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

To PeoPESSOES OF MUSIC, AlIATEUBg, ASE THE ' ' Musical Pdbhc Geneballt. P. A., Wujidermaxin, Eor-cign & Shiel'icqi] 9VTiisIo dJJqt*«f}onse, 824 Broadway* Having on hand the largest stock of Foreign Music in New York, which he imports from Europe expressly ^to meet the taste and requirements of the American lovers of Music, respectfully calls attention to] the fact, that he is now supplying Music of Every Style at a Reduction oftwenty-fivo to fifty per cent, less than any other honso in the.United States. Private Families can be supplied (post free) by forwarding the cash to the above address. Should the amount of cash forwarded exceed the cost, of the Music, the balance will bo promptly returned in postage currency. Dealers and Professors should not neglect; this opportunity; they will be liberally dealt with.; N. B.—Any and every piece of Musie(vocal or instrumental) published in Enropo or America, will be supplied to order, if accompanied by the cash. Remember the Addres...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

MANHOOD: HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED! Just published, 'a new edition of Dr. CulverweK's Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (without, medicine), of Sperjiatobehoea, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal losses, Iupotency, Mental and Physical Incapacity, impediments to Marriage,, etc.-; also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance. Bg^Price, in a Sealed envelope, only fi Cens. Tho 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 without tho dangerous use of internal medicine or the application ;of the knife—pointing out a mode of cure,' at once simple, certain and effecutal, by means of which [every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately ahi'radically. ' Egj-This Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to...

Publication Title: Potter Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

iNotice. Germania, Potter Co., Pa., Aug; I, 18G3. NOTICE i? heijeby given that Charles Bushor, now or late of this.county, holding the following described property, has not yet paid any-consideration whatever fc'r the same, and nil persons are hereby warned riot to purchase any of said property Of the said Bushor before the decision of-the Court is given in this case and O. Bushor has jpaid to me the consideration money therefore The following is tho property: 1st. A certain tract of land near the Germania Mill, in:warrant 5073, Abbott'township. Potter county, Pa.j containing 100 acres.— Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining (he above. " ' 2nd. A certrin tract of land,-with Mill and improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in warrant 5610, in Stewartion township, Potter county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.' ,C. Bushor holds alsof'tn trust warrant no. 2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa., on the road leading from Germania to Gaines, containing 850 acres, •tf ¦ WM. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

:' ¦ Ne4-;;- v e ' 11 :'" -' '" " '. '.''¦'' -•'--..,.; Fair and Winter ¦ / ; -' - ..- ¦-¦ ••-¦¦ . GOODS, ¦' ! P. A. STEBBms & Co,, l ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ ' iI' " "' !" ¦ Have jnst received from N»w York, a larg« stock of seasonable Goods which they nill sell as low as any boase in the County; con* sistingof .•¦"... . Sfl fertw :; . t " .; , In all- varioflesyhi ' DJSESS GOODS, DELAINES, i POPLINS,-I ' ALPACA'S, . 1 _ • ' MOZANBlGVESi PLAID POPLINS, £LAC£. SILKS, ' BALMORAL SKLHTSi ¦CLOAKS, j VLOAKDTGS , CASSIMERESf .; CLOTH, SHAWLS, HOODS, ! NUBIAS , ONTAGS^a Full'stock of Me*jV FASHIONABLE CLOTHING 1 , ' ¦ ' • ¦ ' Also . ' ': .1 ' • i ! i BOOTS & (SHOES, , ADfS^CAPS, &.C., &c, &c. ¦ . ¦!• ¦ ¦]. .O ! CHOICE STOCK OF 1 ¦ . 1 GROCJERIES, ' i" - " ¦ f -: ALWAYS ON\HAXp. 1 1 ; Tea from 75 cts to £2 per pound F, A. STEBBINS' & Co,, Corner. Main and Second Slrcela, Coudersport, Sept. 21,1364

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

Fop the Soldiers. .skookland, Pa., Nov. 3, 1864. j Mb. McAlaexey : The Ladies of our little 'City and vicinity have been at work a little •for the benefit of sick and wounded soldiers, •for a few'.weeks past, and as theyfdo not seem .disposed to herald their own doings, I tho't T would tell the peoole what has been done, jand how. . ¦ This contribution may look so small as to jrovoke a smile from somej but'it is from these small sources that the great stream is .supplied that is constantly ministering to the -wants of those who hare sufferedlin the serving of their country. In the first place they contributed material and made a quilt (nice r£SUB ' f < ?e Way tor *¦>? «•*> sleep S ' l^i^ tb<>Y made a quilting, inviting, all hand3 to come in the evening for a ¦Zl£vZ^ECr ata ? barse o{i0 CCQ ^ each. :«?l'£ Vlfle ?ar?usmg suPP°r and ^ tip top .entertainment at the house of E. Horton retftlizirlg gr4 in money notwithstandinjr' the ^venuigwasdar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

On; to ;Wiciorfc I - ,M*SS MEETiKG..,'";j! ' the pebpleiof Pofter; witnessed on 'fbnrsday of this; wjck an exhibition suchjas they have not seen! since the exciting camjajign of '5c. Although" for a week previous file rain had'fallen without scarcely any Gelation, making the ra'ads nearly knee-deep wiH mud, and the most; sanguine of onr friends hi the village had begun to feel somewhat]b|lue at the prospect, yet notwithstanding all jthis we had the largest and most enthusiastic meeting ever held in the county. There were ilfelegations.frpm almost every .township, andjB'ypne o'clock the streets were crowded^with jrjteople. Forming on tlie'green south'of the A"l)|gany, under the able Marshalship of Maj. Jho. M. Kilboume, aided by Capt. A. F. Jones.l L'ts. Hoyt and Horton, and Mr. N-. Vanneriwigen,. they rode andj,drove through the psiicipal streets, making a procession nearly a mile in length. In. the procession we noticedjatnong others, the following banners: • | i The first wa...

Publication Title: Potter Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

ISIEO: In Clara, Oct. 18, NATHAN PHILLIPS, in the 80th year, of his age. . Mr. P.•> was one of the early settlers whose industry has done much towards.improving.the county. L. . Administrator's Notice. WHEREAS Letters .of Administration to the estate of ATM. B. JENKINS, late of Shippen township,Qameron county,dee'd,have been granted to the subscriber, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same will present them, duly'authenticated, for settlement to JACOB JENKINS, Adtn'r. Coudersport, Oct. 25, 18C-1.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

On the Course Again. 100 Men and 50 Teams Wanted. TO go onto a Lumber Job, two miles above Benezette,Elk county, Penn'a. , Distance from here, 58 miles. None but GOOD Choppers and Woodsmen,good Teams andWagons, are wanted. Ready for men the first of October ; foi" teams, the"l5tn. Steady work until Spring. Piiyfor men: from §30 to §40 per month and found. . For good horse-team and man, S3 per day and found. For gddd oxteam 52 per day and found. ..The best route to the Job is down the FirstiFork of the Sinnemahoning creek and up Bennett's Branch. Euquire when there for my Foreman, Michael CoUrtncy. Tho Job is a good one to work teams on. Forty Dollars per ton will be paid for all HAY brought in. Bring in a load I WALTON DWiGHT. Coudersport, Pcnn'a, Sept. 14, 1S64,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

COUDERSPOE.T ACADEMY J. W, AMiisar, Principal, Late of the Wellsboro Academy, assisted by competent" Teachers. .: The i'all Term commences September 5th, aud continues Eleven Weeks. . Tuition, to be paid at the middle of the term, §3 to.$S: No scholar admitted for less than half a termi. '-. r ..: A Teachers' Class will be instructed ftce of charge.- . . By order of the Trustees : ¦ D. F. GLASSMIRR, ' ; P, A. STEBBDiS;' S. ROSS, . Coudersport, Aug: 8,13(U. TrusteespASII PAIJM^H EGGS,.. •• -' ' <U by K.- j£. Siieucer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

1 £SX!0*iV'4suiM'fi ' 1. w I... ^ q, ¦ ¦¦ h n ' I wish all; persons having open .account with mo to call and snttlo immediately. I will sell ¦ • •. ¦ . • ¦ -J, ;¦-'" Cheap ifor Cash All iny stock of Merchandise ¦ ¦' . !••' •. ' ¦";:!,',V:/.' " Consisting of . ,/.•:¦•'." CLOTHING, ' ' ' J BOOTS, and ,-.: , .- ¦ ..: -SHOES, •' ' :'¦ '"[-'"¦ : .DRUGS, CEOOKERY, I ' GROCERIES, - ¦ : .- i ..; TOOLS,.&o., &c, 1 Good:Horse aitd Harness." I 3 TFcn/oks, 1 Sleigh, "1 Ctitter, ' 1 Sidkey, The privilege of a good Ashery in coviplete working order. .1 : ' 15 Cents -piid for good ASHES. j LUCH3N BIRD. Brookland, Pa., Sept., 18G4.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

'¦" Estray. CAME to thepremises of tho substriber in Harrison township, Potter county, Pa., abbutjthe 30th of October, a two year old heifer, with a brown and brockled fate. The owner wilt come forward, prove property, pay charges and take .her away, or she will be disposed of according to law JOHN SMITH. Harrison, Oct. 13: T3w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

Statement of Accounts of Pike School Districts, June 1st, 18C4': " '• Due from delinquent Treasurer's and Collectors §309 00; • -.. On unseated taxes. 301.00',^. , S?io o'o Dr. to outstanding orders 334 00 Balance of assets over liabilities $376 00 We-certify the foregoing to be a correct statement of the accounts of Pike School District at tho date above written. : WM. ANSLEY, President. S. H. MARTIN, Treasurer. M. Yocngs, Secretary.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

The Last Call. "VT'OTICE.is hereby given, that it is n6w X^i Four Years since P. A. Stebbins and the undersigned closed their business, and as a part of the debts'due them which remain unpaid now belong, to mo. I will attendjat the Store ef C. S. & B. A. Jones, in Coudersport, for the next thirty days to receive the pay on them from those, indebted to said concern, after wliich they-will be left in -.the hands of an officer for collection. : A word to tho wise is sufficient. . . C.S.JONES. Couderspprt.Jnlyl, lSG-i. HUNT'S BLOOM,OF ROSES,—loTth^L^ dies,—at £>TKBB1N^'-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

II . ' . • : '• ¦ ' . ¦ " ^ " "'" "'" V"'""' '"" ' I •''¦ • 50 ?ER OENX--JJ^l tfi ZOr'-ii-IT REGCtlTORf >'- Nos.:i &SL\. ¦ • _ ' '..' : ' ' ' ! ' - ¦ ¦'¦ -. - ¦ M : OSWAIO, Pi„ 1 ¦ ¦ ' ¦ . ¦ : AND WELLSVILLE, N'.$. : >, I -J' ' 'J i ' FELLOWJCITIZENS, Friends and Cnste-nV ers: I tjolurn my thanksj to you for the literal patronage bestowed npon mi for the past tcu years, and my business having so much increased, found it necessary to establish my headquarters on the railroad, hjave selected WeHsvilIe,and hereafter may b'e fohnd at the jj 1 it ¦ . ! Empire Stoifd .•'.'" .. ii. ! at the upper end of tho village, where; I shall be pleased to see all my old customers find as many new ones as may' feel disposed to favor me with a call. We are now opening a large stock of ' ; ] . DRY GOODS, ¦ I I :' BOOTS, ' "I SHOES, j READY-MADE CLGTHING, ; i 1 i YANKEE NOTIONS,; ] &c, and shall ever try to give all customers good bargains. To my friends and customers ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

U. S.7-SO LOAN- J The Secretary of tho^Treasnry gives notice that subscripfions'-wHi be received for Coupon Treasury Notes', payable from Aug. loth.1864, with semi-annual interest at the rate of seven mid three-tenths per cent, per annum,—principal and interest both to be paid m lawful '" These notes will be convertible at the option of, the lioldep at maturity, intosix per-ebnt. fiofdlienring *oiids!JpayabIe not Iestfthan five nor more thaii twenty years from their date, as the Government may elect. They will,be issued in denominations of $50, $100, SoOO; $1,000 and $5,000, and all subscriptions must be for fifty ^dollars or somd multiple of fifty dollars*"' J'^.:L.-v*-''¦ -.-'- *^~ ¦ "• . Tlie notes will be transmitted to the owners free of transportation charges as soon after the receipt of the original Certificates of Deposit as they can bo prepared. . ; As the.notes draw interest from August 15, persons making deposits subsequent to that Jlrtte must pay the interest acc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

PA., STATE NORMAL SCHOOL MANSFIELD* TIQGA CO,' PA. j THIS" INSTITUTION" WAS Jiccognizcd by the Stale Authorities, in December, 1802. ; , , . . , ¦ AS A •:-/State Normal School, And formally Opened as such in September 18G3. Tjie School is at length places, iifjon a secure' basis—the State appropriation of the canieut year enabling the Trustee to extinguish the" greater'portion of the outstanding liabilities, and to make extensive improvements upon the buildinprs and grounds. The Second School Year tvill commence 'oh Monday, September, 0,1864. Prof. Pi A. Ailen", for the past sis years in charge of the Chester County (Pa.) Normal School, has been elected Principal, and Prof. Frank Citosnv, recently of the same institutions-has been .appointed to the Professorship of Languages and Litera'urc, ;.;, , a ' ' ' I,t' is desirable' that students shoWd enter at the''commencement of a term, and for a period of not less than thirteen weeks. Tuition, in arfiwim'per term, SG.OO. No extra ¦ch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

I Dr. Hoofland's German Bisters, PREPARED BT.J,, } I)xi CS/t' jjackson, PhiiIada.Pa. '¦£ w&it. effectually cube Liver Complaint, i Dyspepsia, ¦ ,-,<- • t¦ •. ¦ > ¦ ¦ ¦ .- | -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 jthe Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Jood,Fulness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried add Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,Choking or Suffocating sensations when In a lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or • - Weba before the Sight, Fevp 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 Fljishes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depressions ' "'nf-Snir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

^ r^pffiEKA!-.'!; "' "iNBAVE FOUND IT!' "j "V Was the exclamation of the Astronomsr who first discovered that the world moved In its orbit; not less joyous has been the exclamation of those who have found THE PLACE where GOODS can be purchased FIFTEEN or TWENTY PER: CENT, below the market price, and yet find them as represented. Two things are to be considered in- purchasing Goods: the Quality and the Price; andpur-: ¦ ' - . ' $ ¦ -'. -' chasers studying both, can* be better satisfied with onr stock than any other in, this-or adjoining counties. Think twice before bnying '' DEAR TRASH." Now is your time to procure a GOOD ARTICLE. "Delays ars dangerous and sometimes fatal." Don't wait hi another enormous advance in Goods. The following is but a partial lift of on: large assortment: 1 j Merinos i j The attention of the Ladies is called to the stock of Merinoes,Black,Brown, Blue; Maroon, Drab and White. Some of these weije rjought previous to the rise and wfllbe sold nearly as low ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 2 November 1864

Rare Chances! I offer for sale on reasonable terms and libe ral time :|j, - j. !' _^_ ONE FAKM 1—146 Acres-riG Cleared ONE FARM !—235 Acres—80 Cleared ONE FARM!—50 Acres—15 Cleared i ' I ONE FARM I—300 Acres—5 Cleared T 1 ' And lots of otherFarms and. Land. j -. *. Some money may be required down. I.ucleni Bird. Brookland, Pa., July 2, '64 • tf

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