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THE FEGI.TIVE LAW IN olllo.—Some
time since three fugitive slaves were
arrested in Sandusky,. Ohio, without .
warrant or authority, and taken before
an officer. An attorney named Sloan,
who was employed as their counsel,
advised theM that, as they had been
arrested 'without legal warrant there
Was no power to detain them, arid
they were at liberty to depart if they
says , tit.. They did depart, and es
caped to-Canada; and suit was subse
quently brought against Mr. Sloan to
recover the penalty of _-'lOOO for
each slave, as prescribed in the fugi
tive law, for aiding slaves to escape.
The case came on for trial. before
Judge Leavitt, at Columbus, week
beibre last, and he instructed the Jury
to mulct Mr. Sloan in the penalty,
which they did. It was proven satis
factorily that Mr. Sloan was an. attor
ney, and that he did nothing but give
his opinion, as an attorney, on a legal
point raised by the manner of arrest
ing the fugitives; but notwithstanding
this plain feature of the case Judge
Leavitt charged adversely to Mr.
Sloan, and the result is as we have
stated it—a verdict of .3.3,000 and costs
• Who is this Judge Leavitt? We
Were under the impression that Penn
sylvania possessed the true, genuine
American embodiment of i e n'ries ;
but if we understand this Ohio case
aright the questionable hoi:or belongs
to our sister State. Such a subver
sion of law and reason to please' the
oligarchy entitles the Judge enga , ed
in it to dispute, at least, with his
Pennsylvania cotemporary, the pos
session of a name more expressive
than flattei Mg.
'l'h© fact that this law, otherwise .
sufficiently infani.,u,. is thus abused
to insult the popul:o: sentinieut of the
North, furni,he, aNt tiler most pow
erful reasuU for it, early repeal.—
The Canvass cf irarals
There ha never hefore been an
election in nthis xvinerein fraud
and corruption were so wide-spread
and pervading as in • that just closed.
In the first place, the enormous con
tributions of the Distillers, Brewers,
and Lhinor livaiers, without distinc
tion of party, cannn.nt have amounted
to less than two hundred thousand
dollars. Current report names that
sum as•raised in this city, and twelve
thousand at Buffalo, with corresp end-.
ingtlibtirality among other members of
the trade in other cities and villages.
With this large ag7re , rate neutral and
B ronsun presses were bought up, new
outs ,tatted, and r„nin and on
freely distributed whenever anything
would be gained by such tnnetics., The
last week was the most drunken which
this City has ever kaosvn, and the
lurid fires thus kindled in the brains
of thonspods will 'miry ninny to their
findl•account. It will he long ere cur
City- reccvors from the terrible de
bauch of election week in November,
ISS I. T4hdirc.
NA'Mow Ese.tvu.—Old Mr. Fuddle
fell down in a puddle, just as a run
away horse and a shay carne slashing,
and splashing, and tearing that way.
In helpless plight, he roared with
fright; the horse came quick—all ffal
lOP and. kick ; tk;ben the ()Id man
raised his great oak stick. The horse
the: shied a little aside, for sticks
were ho friends to his well-fed hide.
Within a f;)ot of Fuddle's toes, within
awinch of his ruby nose, the wheel
came whizzing, and on it goes. I_Tp
rose Fuddle from (hit f the puddle,
and stands on the road with a swag
gering pride ; then wheeling away
from the scene of the fray, ilourislies
his stick with a hero's pride.
A Romtsu Prat: r. REI'MILWAN
IS3I.—We learn from the Hickman
(Kentucky) Timer, that a Roman Cath
olic priest living in that. County, preach
ed a sermon near Wilburn a few days
since, in which lie attempted to prove
that ,- a Republican Government was
wrong in principle, in practice, and in .
Morals ; that it was contrary to the
laws of God and of Nature—ruinous
to _the interests of the true church,
(the Roman Catholic,) and that all
Who were menthers of that Church,
should do everythile: in their pOwer
to break down anddestroy any such
Mfr. Jones, have you a match V
Yes,sir—amatelt for the devil—there
she is minim , dough.' Mr. .Tones
pointe ‘ d to hi , . I\ ire, and
for the front vs. d. The last we saw
of him he NV a putting down the road,
closely pursued by his offended lady
Wish a cistern pole.
(Hour are ye, Smith ?'
Smith pretended not to know him,
and replied, hesitatingly :
„4 Sir, you have the advantage
' Yes, I s'pose •so ; everybody has
that's got common sense.
_ smith looks unhappy.
It is stated that in the western por
tion of Indiana, the best quality of
Irish potatoes can be purchased for.
25 cents per bushel.
There is nothing of so great impor
tance, to us as the good qualities of the
tone Ao whom we join ourselves for life.
tEIV. MANN'S, COLUMN.
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Akministratrix - Notice.
FlpflE undersigned, having been appointed
Admiuistratrix of the estate of Wales C.
Butterworth, deceased, late of Summit town
ship, Potter Co., Pa., requests all persons hay
ing ciaans against the said estat, to milka
known he s:nue to her without delay, and all
to mike immediate payment to her at her
residence in the town.thip aforesaid. •
JANE W. 111.iT'rERWORTII. •
The People's Cash Store,
Something New. and Something
TTILE subscriber has just received from the
city -of New. York, and opened at the
store formerly oe.-anied by Hoskin &. Smith,
on the north 'side e' lite Court lipase Square,
a selectett assortment of New Goods, com
prising Dry Gor•Lb•-,. Groceriei, Crockery, and
Hardwaire. • •
The motto i•T busiuess-,adopted—is, ",the
sure shilling Illld tilt! lively sixpence." The
aliove Goods will therefore be sold exClu.
lively for either cash or ready-pity • indiand,:
and upon such terms that the purchaser caU- •
not be otherwise than satisfied that.he has
nnule n good bargain—received n quid pro quo
—something for something iu value fur his
money. An exchange • will gladly be made
with the Farmer. fur his Produce: "hitter,
Cheese, Eggs, Grain in any quantity, and with
it, the more Cash the better. The subscriber:
will'at all times take pleasure iu.exhibiting
his Goods to the customer, that „quality uud,
prices may be examined.
L. F. MAYNARD.)
Coudersport, July.ls, 1853. ; 8-7tf
A I(.iNG ninny other articles fof the ladies.ilk_of fumy anti rich worth. will be finind
at the People's Cash Store, flue Worked Col
lars. of different designs and patterns.
ill LEACHED Sheeting and Shirting , Mown
-"do., Candle 11 ick, Summer Cl ii for
chit'd! cies wear, Bed Ticking, Tdwcling, Ta
ble hinnem Brown, White do., a superior
article-of Daniabk, all pure flax,—Table
Spreads. An examination will recommend
them heti than anything else.
AT. "The P 9
~M's Cash Store" may be
found a selec;ed lot of rriots; of English,
French, and American Graids. quality .and
prices iigreeing admirably. Please call and
BLACK and Green Teas, of 'excellent fla
vor, and at most reaspnable'. prices. Su
gars, 11 hits and Brown do., Rice, Ginger,
Spice, Pepper, Nutmegs, Cassia,. 1 - klisins,;
bacco is all its variety, to please those who
love tly.i weed, and 1: ..taperiot article of Coffee
that cannot to 'mase all the Dutch and
some of the Yankees. at the
PEOPLE'S GASH STORE.
r;;; ; G C ;qr . ' y AND Glass Tar . e, in
variety. that will please
cne eye or, the iirst inspecttini. a, .no
- LTA It DWARE.-7 Sythcs nod Suaths, of
patterns long tried and found to be good,
ane Hub-stones, Satv-tuill Files. IJoor
Handles. Latches, Mineral lute and
brown,),lllortice Locks, Wrought Butts for
Doers, of all Cu :I VI y Knives of good
quality fur the table,and for the pocket, at the
Tin and Hardware,
THE undersigned has connected with
hi s Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper, ;old Stove
Business. that of HARDWARE and CUT
LERY—so that in addition to the business'
lic•retol'ore conducted by b im:liejs now ready
to supplV the public with almost every variety
of 11l (INN al re. Mill and Cross-Cat Saws, Ifoop
Iron; Nails, Cable and (ix Claims, Carpenters
and Broadaxes, Manilla Rope flit Caj
bits. A :4( neral ast,ortmunt of Clocks, Ja.!
panned Ware, Toys of every description ;.and:
in short, he designs to keep all 'such things ns'
the public wants in hi,. line. whidi ho ‘vill
sell, not for less • than cost, lint f ur a
profit indeed, and hopes by a :Ilia,
Mit:ntion to his Laciness to ri“..ive t
share of public patromme.
All kinds of Produce taken in
G00,'.. 11 the hh4hest ket priers; nisi:), $:24.i
per sou 1 .- id fur übl iron.
ly JAS. AV. SMITH.
ONF r THIRD f;HEAPER THAN IVIIITE
LEAD, AN! , FRP,F; FROM 'A lA, PUI
- QUALITIES. •
'rho - Ne .;.;4:icsey Zinc : Company
Having greatly enlarged their xvorks. and
hiiproved the quality of their products, are .
prepared to execute orders for their SUPE:.
BLUR PAINTS. di -7., and g - round in oil, in
assorted packages of .t in to 500 pounds;
also, Dry, in ba , e•s. of i 2.00 pounds each.
Their \V iIT Z INC, which'is sold dry, or
ground in is wxeranted Pure and unsur
passed Inc body awl uniform w hit eness.
• A method of preparation has: recently .been
disc,w eyed, which eimbles the Company to
wiirraiit their paints to keep IreSh and soft, in
the kegs Inc any reasonable time. In this
respccubeir paints will be superior to any
other i'ffthe market.
Their BRUIN ZINO, PAINT, which is
sold at a low price, and can..only be made
from the Zinc ores
New-Jersey, is no*
well known . for its protective 'qualities when
applied to iron ar other nietalliesairkiees. •
ill the qualities of the Brown. and is el au
art•iiiible color for painting Cottages, Depot's,
dui-buildings. Bridges, etc.
I Dealers supplied on liberal terms- by their
Agents. FRENGII & RICHARDS, -
• As, holesale Paint Dealers and Importers,
N. IV. cor. of lOtli& Market -.its,
tine vii Philadelphia.
Premium Panning .11!tills.
orlanl lo Farmers and Mechanics.
THE subscriber has . purchased.af. J.
Baniborough the right t 6 use in Potter and
APKeau counties his patent in the construction
of Funning He has also, at great ex
hence, commenced the manufacthre of a PRE
MIUM AHLL which will clean from 100 to
200 bushe:s per hour. This Mill was pate ited
March 20, 1847, since which time it has stood
at the head of the list at all the State and cenn
ty agriculturul societies where it has been ex- -
hibited. and is a universal favorite with all
ariners who have tried it. It took the pre
, mium at the first Agricultural Fair held at
fiartisbuLg!. Oct. 31st, 1851. When there were
30,009 people present; and at the great State
Agricultural Fair at New-York, held at Roch
ester Sept. 16-19, 1251, this Fanning Mill .
received the highest lionor.i.
Having Met with uniform success wherever
tried, 1 confidently invite the farmers of Potter
an.d M'Kean counties to call at my shop in
Coudersport and examia efor themselves. -
A supply . always on hand; to be sold . on rea
rptlE subscribe' pert by' gives notice tmthe
public. that having glyell rk:TElt.
his note for eightydollars; bearing date rear
the last of March, 1854, payable September,
1856,- and having never received any value
therefor, he. will - refuse to pay. the same;
therefore he warns any person from buying
the said note with and expectation of his pay
-iug it, [6sl] CONSIDER "I'EARNS..
Mill Owners will always find supply-, of
Oil for machinery at satisfactory prices, and
in any quautity,at' ' •
• TX_LICWB Drug NT$. •
D. W. SPENCER'S COLUMN.
New .Goods.for Abe summer Trade.
DW. SPENCER would respectfully in
• form the inhabitants of Conder;port
and vicinity that ho is now receiving a FRESH
and- LARGE ASSORTMENT of . Goods,
which.will ,he sold. as cheap as the cheapest.
Ile would also-return heartfelt thanks to his
Old customers and friends for their past patron
age, and would be glad to show them any
goods which he has, and will try to save them
at least 10 per cent. by calling and examining.
before purchasin.. elsewhere.
'-ROO T HERE take the lib-
ERIESI Xerty to infonn the leu
. plc of Coudersport and
Potter county that I am still at my new stand
opposite the north side of the public square,
where May be found Gnocmuns of all kinds
constantly on hand, such as Tea, Sugar, Cof
fee, Saleratus, Ginger, Mustard, -Tobacco,
Snuff, Nutmegs, Mace; Cloves, Confectionery,
My motto ig, The nimble sixpence in pre
ference to the slow shilling."
I). W. SPENCER.
10111.1 TENT MEDICINES, Oils, Spirits of
"Catuphine, Bunting Fluid,
Soap, Candles, for sale low at
1.. P, Letter, and Note Paper, all kind: of
'Statimiery, Steel-pen Holders.
.Wafer: - ,
Sealing Wax, Sand, Ink, -Pocket-Looks, En
velopes, Visiting Card:, Jewelry, Fine Cut
lery, and a variety of Fancy Articles, together
with Silk and Thread, etc., at _ _ _
eißAlN,,Binter, Lard, Eggs, Rags, Shin
, kJgles taken for goods at their ea,h value.
'.Cash not reihsed. D. AV. SPENCER.
BUTTER and Lard of a superior quality
for sale at PENCER's.
A NY one desirous of a good quality of
...tiSyrup-of .11olusses will do well to call at
County Orders Taken at Par
FOR GOODS, at
T A D1F,1•3, if von want a nice Bonnet. von
I will do welt.to call on SPENCIAL
B ABI3IT'S Yeast Powder for s•de Lr
EW 'l'lllN(l.—fore Grotind Coffee—
.L.l great thing for the liube , .
rrIIONTRIPTIC, Cod Liver Oil, and
R !natty other hupui it Medadne , for sale by
" - Halloo ! Halloo ! Halloo !
SP EN CER is in town ! Mountains of
READY—MADE CLOTHING for almost
nothing. I hive bought this coat, this vest,
and these pants—ain't broke, either! I lurrah !
All the b'hoys ;hall hr' of eof IP FIN . O Ele.S
coats! Hurrah ! But, to be candid, friends,
there's nothing like it in all the counthry.
Just go over there, and for a little o' nothing
he 'II sell ye a rig-th•it, though ye !re the big
gest rascal above ground, win niche ye as litir
as a praist to look at; though ye letint a tint
iu ve'r pockets, folks will how and scrape to
ye as though ye - were millionaires, and ' real
gentlemans.' Fashion! Great . thing! Bet
ter dead than out of it—many an holiest fellow
lets been ctn . became of the tint of his coat ;
but nn danger it' ve buy of Spencer,—his
'cloths are jukt the f;shion."
The sub-crlber has
. lost received a large
stock of Ready-Made Clo:hing, of the latest
style and best quality, which are well made,
and will he sold low. D. W. SPENCER.
"DULVERULD Corn :., 4 turelt, lor food, for
O1).\, Cream Tartar, Nldgtie.4ia,
Chalk, Salt,:, and - Glee, for =ale at the
CIOPEL ;Lnit . eoaeli varni,ll can be lARI at
/Spencer's.on ery re:iNonal);e teptH.
(A FIL O 'FAR, Merehant . :: Gotgling Oil, to
'kJ be had at SPLNCER's.
Q HOT AND LEAD at lower 11 2 mre, than
tOdown town at SPENCER''.
NTEW article of Summer I tats at
BETTER - selection of Coffee not found
in the conntv-tlidn at SPENCER'S-
T EA by the chest or pound fir salt. hy
AV. SPENCER has just
s returned from
• tho city with a" large stock of Groce
rie:, Clothing,. Drugs and Medicine:, and a
general a::oriinent of Fancy Article:, and
many other thing: too minierons to mention,
which will be sold low for ca,ll or ready-pay.
1131 LUG TOBACCO—Fine Cut, Chewing,
and Smoking, by the pound. at
Collie to, bring you Life and Health. "
CURTES" HYGENIA, or lithaling
Ilygoap Vapor and Cherry Syrup, for the
cure of Pulmonary ComantiptUm, A<loon,
Bronchitis, Coughs, CoMs. and all Lung :11111
Liver complaints. A new method of inhala
tion for the cure of the above mimed diQeases.
For into . D. W. SPENCER.
W. HARDING, Tailor. All work
entrusted to his care will he done
Nvoli neatness, comfort, and dordhility.
' Shop over Lemis....Mann's i`tUrt% 6-37
F tiro itESll Burniwz Fluid and Campht. in at
DRUG and DOUR-S FORE. •
HUNTEN'S celebrated Instructions
fur the Piano-Forte;
liurro‘VCS' Pinno-Forte Primmer;
Union Glee Book ;
A new supply of Sheet Mubie;
• For bate by T. B. TYLER.
NEW supply of Fluid and Cam
r_Lphifie Lanips—name now and beautiful
patterns just received and for sale low at
Clqtll g, Clothir g.
IHE place to buy well-made Clothing a
a low price (a large stock to 'c'ect from
Water Colors, Drawing Paper, Pencils, and
Brushes, just received at TYLER'S-
AT Wholesale aud. Retail at
pcm.p. CHERRIES at
C. S. JONES'
EAS,freslt awl clicai), at
DOUBTLESS there are Many rer•on, i n
Conde rsp on and vicinity who have never
visited the ruinous BOSTON 'STORE at the
fast-growing village of Wellsville. The No.
of this store . is 94, which number is over the
O'ER THE Doom
This- establishment id one of the farm
MIX GOODS and READ Y-3IA DI: MTh.
ING I)6pots in Allegany county. Hundreds
of customers from Potter count; buy all the:r
Clothing, Boats and Shoes, mu:Lather fixings
at this great mart orbwiness. But still then .
are those who have never happened to 'fall
into the path that leads, most a:suredly, to
economy and wealth. That path leads all
caul; buyer: straightway to the -
We. have no enemies., to punish, Ito friends
to reward. We sell fur ready pay, and take
in exchange for Goods The following uiefal
Cash Tallow Venison Oats .
Beeswax Fur Beans Socks
Hides Wheat Yarn It1:r
Potatoes NVool Butter &c., lie.
We are 1,10%%r receiving from our shop at
Rochester,:mbout ten cords of timeliest BOOTS
and sifIOES sold in time county. W4i kerp
constantly mum hand—
huLa Rubber Bootg,
61 ft tl C a p .
With a very extetmive stock if TRUK'S,
VALISES, and CAIU I BAt;ti, choice
Black and Colored Dm , . Ahaea,
laitte.,•Thiliet Clot Prints, DingLe, ,114
ether thiod , --togeiher with a geueral
variety of Dry Goodi,
In particular, we %%mid eall Iheattention sr
the hidie+ to our great variety of SHAWLS,
of ev e ry hind, altogether too nu
merlins to mention.
NVe have le liirge-it -.Niel: Of the 'difrerent
kind: of we,44.ni
liniol keepers can le: supplied on reieiceribis
Three 'Cheer.: for the contemplated ('a no'
front Welkt.ille to Roille-ter; :aid linpini
that the Plank Road he continued en to
(..'/Juder,port during the cowing vring, and
that the .on- ;Uot 11,11;14'1ot! r. of loetughtrd.
Potter may be inure frequently ore
NVe remain lunar oli't Ferv . b.,
LANCE:V . & Co.
Jan. 13, 4;nl
iiillll . loll, and Bice at
I C. :7.4. JONES'.
Q UPER[OIt Sperm and Tallow Candle,rat
C. S. JONES' PPOVI.SION STi)IIE.
ULAN ITIIAI, and BUCKWIII:•AT tom
-I,tantly on Land at lire
NEW P_ROVISIUN STonr.
r111:11\ ;old Pr o duce 'if all li;nd.c ta.lsru is
VA exchange for .;nod: at rhi , -tore.
C. s. JONES.
IA 'MS and - Shoti!der4—a n' •lV :I—ortvient
a t . C. 5..14 '\Es'.
ICK:S OF SALT :it the • ' •
N r:w !Tor - L. :lox sTorti
irIIZANBEIN:irS' CRAM:I M - M . S . by
ht fprirt ur Im-.11,.1. at r. S. it Ok
Carriag - e ancl
91111; sol.eriber t - eltectittNy Hwy.•
th:it itripared to do all the bu-int,s
hi the above Jihe, at tho•shor , est notice. at los
new shop, hs o doors ss os! of the CottaerTort
Hotel. .11411 N ILLUKIIOW.
• A. B. , GOODSELL,
(111*.NSIII ; r11, Coudersport, Pa. Arm
ntanurictnred and ropaired at hi , disp,"l
31.1rdi :1, 1,74,4
The Clothing Department
AT "71st: 1'1:01'1.1: , (' t•II tr Pro:."
(I.ol'lllxli. I:ept ton
_ELCitantly on 11.,•tncl by the sab-cr;ber,
up and mould:ie.:to-v(1 by the be-t ‘‘orkateft,
from clozh4 :ejeoed for durability andqualey,
the °h!e"; being not to apply the ro-lumen
with n hall:law artidu whieh ilr arty he
diced to parclilse - beeange it i 4 no nry rhritp,
but hid) in the end i. rery (gar; b u t to go"
jiiw in the lir-) iw,',ance ;.rtic'e tiGirh aill
do h;:a find good service for a reagal
abk! All ile , iron:+ of being to
oceommodated, call at " The Cad
L. F. 31.11.N.‘1:11.
4 - 1111;CK.1:1) CINGIIAMS in vpriety,
N.._, , pr xt , :0 - L. F. .m.vi \.\:m.
IN IV 1.1, - S VI LLE, AT TUE (a? r..IT ROS
TON tiTOR.E., No. 9-131.‘1N-ST.
11,1 AY be found constantly on hand.and for
.11.2_,:de, an e‘:1211,14e variety of Spencer &
Granger's s.optrl, .If..lll'ilifSSES, of eyed
sort, kind, arid price, front a :ict.:", l ) Pa!ur Mat
tress to a ...floor-I:n.71,11 hair 31atte,! , .. at
Also, toung . o. , , 1101-tar:. and Pillows. All of
hich are gavrefl 10 Iluu>l and 11011rding
flue-e keeper, and all others who ha% e cow;
mon enough to know that a tilthy
jatLer bed, to wake lie best of it, bin a
brooder of di•wa-e :did a, life-curtailer.—at
lower price than can be found at any other
store ill the county.
Fille.iigent, (in the county) for the -a!e
the above good=. by
11o.ton More. \cells\ ille, Jan. 13, 1-:A.
AcadenlY TeXt. Rooks
A F L'LL supply for sr.
ale low n _
'F Y I.l:lt'S
IV INC and llincral Paintii, with dirinitieng
AE4 for using, at T. B. 'FYLEICS..
IDATENT PAILS., Bed Cond, Clothes
L Lines, I.liir,e. Cord-, Curry (70ailei, Homo
Brieia. , , to be MANN'S.
I. FUILIAN, Horse and rattle Dotter,
nfi sre:peetfolly infbrite , the, public that he has
located in Itehron too ti,lt.p (at J o-eph Stolle's)
where he is prepared to at to calk in his
profes , ion., lie is of long v‘perienee in the
bus.ness, turd hopes by his superior skill and
assiduity to seeure the patrOnage of the pub
lic. 6-19 21n,
ICiITENT MEDICINES at 117wrtsarc.
-I- Merchants and Pedlars will - be &applied
.with till kinds of Patent Mialicines nt Vann!
facturerh' wholublde prices by 411,E11".
beSt three nilliug tea and Gd sugar if
j -at OL3ISTEII's.
AFULL zu*.ortment of Groceries ,
t low tizoi-eb,constantly on baud. Yard
wide Lawns, from G scuts upwards, at
HONEY.7---A good quality of honey for
11 sale at - C. 63f1rir,