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The Pctter Journal
t\j ew 3 XX E ivl.
: "" 3 27.1873.
v . ri[U"U shall t*- allowed to run over one
mar-ears. I>ue n itiee will be given of
1," iU' iJ aad il not paid the p after wig be
S. F. HAMILTON".
■v t X 1 white, per bush. SI.BO
Red winter, 1.60 (ai 1.75
V i spring, *' 1.50 (a 1.60
7-. - - - -'*>&
...... - 44 .35 (a .40
• : . . - per too, 15.00
!*■ . . - "lb .06 ('i .08
i—, - " ft .18
v .. - - - " doz. ,12i
if ■ ■■ Ravm-nd e< fails 1
j... . .. lij. ■. ij muiib -at ion in print, he •
, i ,; v i m:-:: I'tl t! at Me pub
- • ..thing without the ant', r*s name, i
ether t i;>t V unite is published •
-n. iter for tl •■m to d- <'ide. V.ut eve .
tiee the com muni it i-n.
Vo Caper N>*t fl>' L.
The Fourth f July will int- Herewith
iar r gnJai i .-iiws* to it'll ail extent .
i.<> ! ;>}- r will l< issued from this 1
... With t e nst of the world we 1
pu t'm- taking a holiday. I 1
i haiiFf in Par of Publication. —The a
j... i.t arraiiaiii. .it ti.e mails that
r p .c;gh the '...-tern Kill of the
i iomj>el -uiging of our day
• • .it :i. -> that on and after h
. J •. t :t paper will be i
I , ..Pit .ft' 'uoftln; lav and
I :n rnmg n.aus.
|„; Halloa I> .i iul't.
I . i ( strong agamst C. '
I' lauiton. broh ti
■ ... ■> -' la-nL ol rl'i.txiii!
■ • I. iin • . C> mpa. y. *
■ - :in tie disag; - 1
I • . X . .• w re i t tit-it
■ litin". The : *
■ . . niisr.'p - iga-
I M Maurice l ix\ r. Cm.- -
FLYSN s Hf TEL. .I'Hl* f-Ti. ■
■ 11: IT' ill: —1 ! • ' I! - !!:• - \
v : is called the "Civil [
1 - for 11)1 : >-<•! -\ . . ■
n-\t Sunday nioining
I |'*E OJ
v i ■. ea* w 'lk < i
IK * ■'•ad at a Jeillt
|| Mr. t f ant*. b> low
|| X ar -to V- put on el
|| ; d vigorously, pj
• | I' ti
I >ad • ! ''
I . • ted effort In each *
L tei hilly increase our I
I K f ..iinn .
1 a d -e f
I I *a i■ i!ii !'■: h■- 1 A
I i et lt .-
: \\ dave- i :t
I • i
- "s to trail] ? "
susxiected foul play, had the woman
arrested, and in e mi; my with Dr.
Hart man jh t form; da mortem. 1 iie
-i m a?h and i-.at-nts were taken to
Phk.tdelp 1 i br Dr. Iftirttpy. where it
was anahzrd and found to contain
strychnia. Tiie woman has rates c >u
ft s>d and is in cusiody awaiting her
trial. There are other parties iraplicat*-
ed in the affair, for-whose arrest war
rants have bee issued".—if 11> acs txit.
Dr. Hartley was formerly a resident
of Coudersport, where he has numerous
'J he Fourth of July, the glorious
Fourth, is coming, and Brown Kel ley
have prepared to give the young people
"f this place and vicinity an op;ortu
nity t<> enjoy themselves by "tripping it
on the ligiit. fantastic trie,*'or any other
kind of a toe? Ye who love the terjisi
—we can't master t hat ph ise—but what
we mean is, let all who love to il met
come to the Baker House next Friday
We sir*- informed
That R. K. 1 dung. Es'j.. allows ama
teurs to fish in ids trout pouil for a dol
lar a "throw" with the fly.
-Wore about I he Bailroad.
In an -iher place we publish, a commu
nication on the Pine Creek Railroad.
<ince its contents wt re in tv- we learn
tiuit an Engliadi ctan|any havl-advanced
a million and a half of dollars to prose
cut- th.; wi rk. and the remainder. ine
four millions, will be coining in go* 1
season. Tin- corps of engineers are now
"ti Round Island.— lit/'-' >r->. 1)> ■ -
M e publish the above without know
ing how much of truth there may b in
the story regarding trie English com; a
ny. The communication referred t •
c ; !.t;. : us simply one ide; .—that the'
airthor lielieves the r ad will lie built.
Tl:is i.b a is evolved with a long talk
ub ut Billings. Ross, Tamerlane and an
ant —ail mix 1 together. M'e endorse
cue otuuiou tiau. the road will be built,
but concerning that ant we had rather
i. d commit our- Ives.
•w many t nnes the story oi Tamerlane.
>r some <.ther barbarian, ami the ant
bj -t to 1 dig i id griwt mar.v
ni'ir rehear s it sis ti. • igii he wer
Tin ■ .j< , l±—L. -T. Cr.tis .
i'v*. \\~. Arnold. I• i \in for a cow.
T ■ ■ r - I /• ~ i c . T t
• ~.;i. iiir u. ■ m..,u..
ken for want of an a; ■ : Mor
' x ' . L : i - ' . ' i
iV.st I' -am t. vns'mp; I. -phWo d '
.Y. -* Bra;.' h t ,vi;.-', ; Fox t
L Kni i u-k r. for use. >-. Wt -t 1
\. Ili-yn. i is. wi-i-.vvand adiaiuisiratrix. 1
. : " ' . . ' :
OWT. 1 ip; F. w. K: ox rs. W: art on i
. X. \Y. ll< . ring; Ilemy A:.da- n. (
'! ■" . iVj-.i'ils t Wi:.-;... ; Xor- j
hip -ji dgn. i.t f..r want < ; a plea.
J. < L -1' MOV was ipj-.ii;' i gu; -
Mi .yWto x and Wm. L. Will- t
c. 11. II •" r J. K. Harri". "Ri 1 ■
t si: "'M i. t b-' el.'-r- d ;or wai.t of •
ble foi tuw it'n. June 14, rule made ab
E ■' l-T. - mmit Townsliip,
M;n tin Watson. Jury called, who "
it, ■ 14. —Archibald stout
. Jam :s Warm r. jr.dgm at 1 r want
: a pi*—.t.
The court ord-red a venire t bei-.oMrd
or the usual number of grand jurors '
nd forty-eight traverse jurors for a ;
mm of Oyer and Terminer on the third
■loud..;- ot > p: uibi r.
Adjourned without day.
limited A Lurrnlii'e
lave j>i-t moved into their new office
ipposite the court house.
Cncle Bill Aekl'-y claims to lie the
hampion tishennau of this region at
•re.-* nt. lie says that Tuesday he lished
rom the bridge ox . the Allegany on
la Emporium road to the Westerman
lam. taking all day. and did not catch
trout. He thinks such an exploit is x
aid to beat.
-to have a grand Fourth of July cole- 1
-; why. you never mean to say. w
m. you haven't spoken to her e f
•Not yet.' an-w. red Tom. clieer- t 1
Iv—'Time enough for that, you
ow. a tier I had spoken to yon." a ,
Mother, a-a minister's widow, was li 1
t much given to the idle mirth a
it i as the crackling < f thorns b*
der a pot, but now she leaned tl
.1 r.n.l till Jiw tjeif- ' -•
i> i i: i>.
C.l ..1 t-T. l.Br. i:-
[ T(J rtcewe prompl a&rduM commu-j
i 't'iv.lS tit n; it tor. tu .-ub
ana advert fot addr^med
r to S. F. HA MIL TON.
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W®will send the Journal for one year
to any club of FIVE new subscribers
on payment of £ "1.50, and to any one
sending $ 15.00 for ten new subscrib
ers, on" year, we will send ono copy .
free for same time.
THE "Niiti-.'.ial I. Eof Steamships"
i..is ben W 'ndevfnlly imp;-, ved in the
last two years, by the building of FIVE
NEW STEAMERS, several of which
Lav made s n. of the fastest runs on t
record. The Line between New York.
' I • ■ tist iwn and Liverpool is composed
i . tl.- -in -* ceh'a..::-d .-o-.ini-rs in the *
v, >rld and their averagettinm n is not far
tion for steerage pa&se:._ rs is of th
i > st character, comprising nnny com
forts and c nveniences not u> be found
fi in Bids' <'..d;ff, tfl g-w and I
?. nd-; -v I by Line. Tl..
I. d.-n Lit;-- is' -.mi -< lof the older j
tl i n lo and fn in the south of England
..nil ntiiit nt of I-ii. 1 :• lis steam- •
rsn. : > . f: st ; • ti,. •' j siown
<S Liverpool Line. Thin Company has
'■ iv nin favor "f '1: -ap passages
tl -::il guaiAUte s to sell tickets at .
i'-v *r rate- than any other Line cross
ing the At. int; n a fact tiiat sl.oull In*
em nib.-red by those visiiing the Old
s. F. HAMILTON. Atj
Cc®3< - - t. pa.
/ lAMI. to th T " " C
\ . :t ' •• : r-i of J a."i - tr
■a ;- d heifer. The o'.iat;' will pt'-ase e >r- ' >r- It
tt ii:,.T;jnc J". l-Ti-Jt
"The I r '"i - 'o ~ ,1 Wc-d, or five years
in the territ )ries," by J. H. Be.idlp.
Ti , engravings ar fine, the printing
v, 11 ai d cl ally done, the pajier good
ai 1. from what can be gathered fi in
the f w pages sent us. we think it prom
is < well to be an interesting b ••• >k. f
i'.M.'.llo Bslij *'F*-
pri " J liuira llhilj "Atlver
iscr" .■■■:. :
Arthur B. Minn.
0-'PUTPA LIST MEETIN Cl. — Tli
ko - lists of Sharon a: d vicinity
will liold a meeting in Lilieily Hall, at J
Mfi.LP* :T. Friday. Saturday and
.■ - .
Tin-re will pr sent, as sjn-ak- ,s and
1 st-uy diums. tin- following jiersons: — ■'
Mrs. Wo.rdruff. of Eagle HarboioN. 5"..
R. F. Lichfield, of Ellicotl ville. N. Y..
fbeorge W. T yjor, of North 011 ius. N.
Y.. Mr. Green how, of Hornells ville, N.
Y.. and others. The pub;. • a.<- invited
... ■ .
Steam Engine*.—XV. .
tf-iitninirf jii tchiiiints. r,; iL 'herie-r- iode-ir
iiip ii. j>e,veil -.*e eiißijitete and secure enrfiie-.
i- : ■
New Vuri:. Til- • ir-'ir-> of t i- ■•-r.ba-hiii nt ri
are atv.-.v- te-ted Lef .reo i#tsr iL-ir works, ami
■ i : !hi "host 1- ill 'U'tnti >:i of tli'-se
1-i in - - oil- -li evii by the in in .fa -airer- who th
' .v.- f'lnii-tw-dover f"rthe n-eof thepeopv
i>. ■ u-t-i i.ft •• T'nii'-.. XXV Li ; t!>e full- j
e-t -arit in ."••(• 'inni. nding them to our friends 13
and the uubiie.
] traits in Europe fund shed at reus". -
ah'' r<i'-s by
S. F. HAMILTON. n
X Ureal Horror tleie Aveij Willi.—
H'.'.wt .-le aii, liorfjr to i.:a- men oat
fr't-.p nits, j*jve 'he dome-tie hearth a wide
never irhed i-ofore. and wiia? with th- .i-s.-orn
. id f IV
labor ft huadreii per cent., tie inse it r-moves ;
art. cr- - 0.11 - • • h hardly any
The Seashore. —This xveatber is well
calculated to remind 11s of the seashore
with its cool and invigorating breezes
and delightful bathing in the breakers.
The ( olumbia House at Cape May will
l e ready for guest-June 28. and Mr.
Bolton informs us that his prosjiects ,
are go -d for a full house. The Colum
bia is located directlx upon the beach
and has a finely shaded lawn. As a
fanblx resort it ha- no sujierior at the
>■-ashore. It liaslong leenconceded that
( Max e\ Is -ill tl' r -• i-i'le re
sorts fi>r the safety and smoothne-s of
it- 1-e.ich. It is the only ; >iut uponour
coast where ladies and children can p
bathe with entire security at any time
of t he tide.
I--. iit'l' aixvi Hi-is. . . • ..at •
1 lI.VN' is MAOINNIs
.. >:t .4- ••• .n r
The BaHalo, d i'hiia. ibil! way
; offer ij: sale, AT A BARGAIN, the hoaas reaaia
over aad abrve these alrealy retired bv the
Towns themselves—being of the Towns
along the line of its Haiiwsr, viz.:
S6OOO of Olean, N. Y.
SISOO of Machias. N, V.—ssoo retired
on a Kind.
S4OOO of J ranklinvibe, N. Y.
SSBOO of Yorkshire N. Y. —$200 re
tired on a Bond.
The Bon is are of fi y.i en- a.••earing Interest a
: seven per cent., and are a "fBST-CLAaB* SAFE
"ECL Kirl'For particulars aldress
H. 1.. Lyman. Treat.,
P. O. Drawer IT". Ecu ai.O, X V.
1 he Sixoer is a lock-Stitch machine '
and makes a beautiful,even and uniform
stitch which will not ravel and isalike ,
<>n both sides. It hems, braids, cords, !
tucks, embroiders, ruffles, fells and docs j
all kinds of work on the tmest muslin or
the heaviest full-cloth.
"W"**-' "• > ' asret.t- a 1 Pt 'Hers for our
> PHEBS AND STRAlNEft. — Presses and
strains herbs, vcgetaMes, lard, tal-I
. . ri■ tis. '■heese, • Over Ct'.trio sold in a few
• Sells quick. Every family wants it.
la* Ma-hu>e and 'iber esta'jlisiied agents an
tiudiug this very profitable. Circulars Free. I
LITTLEFIKLD \ DAME,
102 Washington Street. Boston, Mass.
E. O. REES,
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER,
< i losses & Spectacles,
(inns tut'.l .Vutiuiinition,
WALT HA M WATCHES
SOLD AT PRICE LIST OF
I It )\VA RD & CO.,
565 /' t-hray. X. Y.
Hepaiiiing a - n, • • r manner and War.
SECOM* STREET, Ea-t of MAIN ST..
A.M. Reynolds haa constantly on band 1
.],• new SINGER -EWIXG MA
CHINE, with all the latest iinprovc
CGaiersprt ii ,
General Stage Office
9&S V* BEFITTED f.'i BllF' K-NIMTIi/r . |
nd is note or- n to the PUBLIC
T'-e TABLE trill O : n rn:-T "La?? style,
-n ' nolihor or ■ rpense tp ired to mak ~ i". *
GOOD 57.1 BLISG, and carefu U-'-Mkrs '
Ixcays in attendance.
2 •: old-time x irity of th- II : "I vill be '
'"LAT maintained '■>/ th- pre- nt Proprietor.
he public generally.
I>. F. i.LASSMIKE, Jr.,
Old Sewing A! ichines of any make v
epaued in a workmanlike manner.
A. M. REYNOLDS, Aynt. (
The Baker House
C. E. cor. SECOND and EAST Streets. ~
(Has*. cf :curi Hrc.se 2scire,) ■
IJ:i ben purchased by BROWN & KEI-LV
formerly of the Cor per?port Hotel)
The It .-=<■- i- completely furnished from top to :
•.•ttom. and .CI the convenience:- desire.i by
lie people; th- table is the best in the County :
he larn > under the charge of the v.f ostler ■> .
hi State; and. in short, every!hinit will be done !
hat run i* . Line to make it comfortabh for stran
;ers ->r others who visit the bouse.
T! ■ ' : ,\; • :i' ts •' -1 the Pi •;•••.' -rs in the
I -tel bu-ines? ntakes then peculiarly able to
atertothe varie l wants of tlie travelling public.
T: ev s-."i it t! ir .in. believi it that 1
y are able to supply the best of the ebst io
BROWN A KELLEY. 2
TJ £E riANO,"
No 'IT I>T>OOAIE STUEET, New York,
First premiums wherever exhibited—Prices low for the quality—Large prices
allowed for S-. ,iid-iiand instruments in Exchange.
From Mr. Edtvird II if rutin. Out celebrated Pianist.
9 I conscientiously believe tlWt your Piano is in every respect a . ost magnitt
From the " Independent."
The American Piano has deservedly become a very popular Instrument.
iiTßesponsible Agents wanted for unoccupied territory. Send for Circulars to
■ 2429-54 AVIXG & SOX, 417 Broome St., X. Y. j
. S. F. HAMILTON
Book d- Job Bbixteb*
w_- . - c
S. W. corner MAIN and THIRD Streets,
(OVEE THE POUT OFFICE,)
Yhos. McEcwell a Co.,
GENERAL M ERCHANDISE,
POUT AIjUEGAINrY, r*A.
We would respectfully call the attention of the people of Pottf.r Cot*nty
to onr large and complete assortnipnt of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, ,
BOOTS and SHOES. IIATS and CAPS,
READ Y-MADE CLOTHIXG.
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIOXERY,
FLOUR. PORK, SALT, FISH.
FEED and MEAL, PAIXTS and OILS.
HARDWARE, XOTIOXS, GLASSWARE,
<sce... Ac., Ac., r
which we are offering at greatly reduced prices, owing to the increased
facilities afforded bv the ci'iunletion of the Buffalo. New York A Philadelphia ,
Railway, and we can and will sell goods as low as they can be sold this side of
Fresh ground Feed and Meal kept constantly on hand. j
We are daily receiving new goods, thus keeping our stock, in all departments,
FULL AND COMPLETE I
at all times.
24-29-4 Thos. McDowell A Co.
Insurance Company of North America, 1
The Oldest Stock Insurance Company in the United States.
ASSETS, .Taniiarv 1. 1873, 3.370,738.01
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company,
ASSETS, January A. 1070. S 1.X02.Q02.40
The above-named reliable Companies are r presented in Cou
2439-1 y ARTHUR B. MANN.
L. B. COLE 6c SON,
Blacksmith and Wagon-shop,
, Se::~i Street, betxc-ez biair £ Test,)
COUDER SPORT, PA.
SLEIGHS of a" description*
manufactured to suit customer* e<l warranved.
Repairing alarsatteaUeJ !opromptly.
i Competent and experienced worhmenPbpt In em
ploy in both shops to attend to the oi cus
Charge® reasonable for cash or ready pay.
L. B. COLE & SON
M. H. 3IRGE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
oil. CLOTHS. Etc.,
Xo. 218 Main St.,
34a* 1 r BUFFALO. N. Y.
.Al-Pttg -ortion sim tnoy
posvq.uud spooS no *iaa siaAiie tic.> bjous .suiy
'-pmuq si.omvj irtvr.bo
MTn ,s- s* DohTflOX PKi.wHh:, K UKTHd,,
puig iKOjqo,aj Aitsnf out jo sj-untjsjnusK
A V OIAvTJ.III
'ws iJwod oc v if
"OO V SVWVCJV "IAI *v
Groceries & Provisions,
MALN STREET aho re SECOND,
A FELL SCPPLT OF
• <src., <stc.,
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
A specialty made of
Teas and Coffees,
of which 1 have the
Largest and Host
Stock in town.
Ail Goods sold CHEAP for CASH only.
Cat and examine before purchasing elsewhere
IDW Altn FORSTER
Corner MARKET and HUNTER Streets
(SOUTII SIDE of th< EIYER. j
I worm respectfully invite the attention of the
public to my
with the a-i trance that I can meet every de
mand for a first-class turnout.
Having purchased the Livery of Amos Telle, I
have '.tie only Establishment of the kind in this
J. M. BASSETT.
Cnited States Internal Revenue.
Notice to Special-Tax Payers.
The law of December M, 18T8, reqnlre* every per
son engaged in any Iwlwiiw, av.,canon or employ
ment which renders him liable to a
tr. prt>ri/r" and plitc Cf.nsjf novtsly in his a
taUisf, merit or place of tMaeH
denoting the payment of the Special Tax before
commer. ing :,us:ness.
The tax-- embraced w .thln the provisions of '.aw
above quoted are the following, viz.:
Rectifiers 800 00
Dealers, retail liquor" 2.0 op
wholesale liquor li <>o
" In malt Uquors, wholesale bo on
•* " retail 2" on
in leaf toba -, - 45 on
Retail dealers In leaf tobacco 800 00
(and on sales of ver SICK>, fifty
c. rr- t every d' car In excess
Dealers in manufactured tobacco. ft oq
Manufacturers of stills 80 00
and for each still or worm
manufactured to oo
of tobacco io oo ■
of cigars 10 00
Peddlers of tobacco, i st clas.- more
that: 2 horse* AO 00
•• 2.1 clftsts 2 horse* 2ft ■'*<
'• 3d •• (1 hor-e) 15 oo
• •• 4th " on foot or
public conveyance 10 on
Brewers of >-- than #*> barrels .v> v>
.v-o barrels or more . 1 *>
Anv person who sha 1 fall to t mj.lv ;.h t! o
f-.regt : g requirement* w.-l be subject severe
s; . • ;, v. tl.r the I nite.t f:ib
are reminded 'hat ifcev must make application to
the Voile tor r Depart coOeetori of their re
for the Si<e< i ti-'. x;• • at, e->.m t.-tng May 1, IST3,
without .raif.ug f rftrth-' .-v.-e
OS Tnt Ale- 1-A //./if. P.