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The potter Journal
K s IIEM-
?A.i Jtfiy -5< 1573.
r shall lv a'-owed U run over one
'" ,rears. I>ue "tice will I* givesof
" r in' l: and if not p=dd the paper will be
I S. F. HAMILTON,
r • co u£,ers P ort Mcrket -
L . >* o .l white, per bush. SI.BO
I" I'e<l winter, 44 1-60 ( a 1-75
\"o 1 spring. 44 1.50 @1.60
F " . _ " .75
. " 2.00 @ 2.50
~ " .35 (a .40
" 1.50 @2.00 |
per ton, 15.00 j
. . "lb .06 @ .08!
r " . . "tb .181
P..." r *..." doz. .12*
Lrk at !*•• . j
he long-looked for, anxiously hope., ;
f vent—the commencement of work j
[ lie railroad —is at last an item of
L ■ that we are enabled to give to our :
Urs Several miles of the road, be- j
Lint: at Port Allegany, have been j
I under contract and work legan a ,
L V ''r of tiays ago. Things move. j>er-.
ft. slowly, but none the less surely.
bur exchanges are full of accounts of
[irth of July celebrations. Fire-;
hers, fantastics. orations, picnics. 1
E rssions. thunder sliowers and the
litable "inalienable rights, among
| b. etc.," seem to have tilled up the
I or County Commissioners were
1.., i to pa-s over the sidewalk along !
I uth ride <>f the Court House
Br eadozen times a day, as many of J
• are. they would very soon
L Cfor i;An ; g a new walk.
I* ,idon .T. Fott and family, of ■
I stopping at Geo. Nel
ft Mr. Pott is interested in the coa-
L; f the J. S.. P. I', ii 11. It. \\ .
| „> i-n very active in advancing
I learn that Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
ft ,ve i u engaged to teach the
I 1 - ■ ! at Ijewisville in this
I - •• f ne rly had charge of the
I -re and gave very general satis- 1
lie is a com latent and tho
teacher. and we congratulate the
f Lewisville and vicinity on se-
C.he sen ices of himself and his
r_.it is alsoa teacher of experience, i
unty Superintendent informs
: he has decided to hold the Coun
tute there the coming fall. It
re seems that Lewisville is again i
I miik for her educational udvan-
Iv.opcd tliat the young people of
I • siion of the County will avail
I- vest J these ad vantagi s.aml that
ft . t. seriously felt, for more good
lers f"r our common schools may.
I a.-are at least, be snpplii d.
I farmers have commenced haying,
k •!' - light, though it seems t<> le
ft: m was anticipated at ore time. 1
ften!ig is said to he quite good, but
i v - ire light, in some instances
M ith cutting. With the stock
ft r that is being kept over there
ft" i> l>e enough for home use.
[ M spell of last week ended up
I g'.t frost Friday night. Sat-
I' ruing w: s cold, fires lieing ne- •
1} M comfort, but during the day
I nr. r and Sunday was hot.
| >fthe Baptist Church gave
I a entertainment at the Court
| evening of last week.
ft ■ ■ i js. : *,
I s i. at the Post-office, has just
new- Kla fountain which, of it-
B iclegantpieceof furniture. The !
w'-rure drawn from it tastes fifty
B; "Ster than from the old foun-1
-in the looks you know. Try
B"*if we are not right.
: J' f beauty is a joy forever." •
expression of those who
their thirst at tjw note
■; " v "'- a fountain m the dnig
■ or. A. French.
- ike attending to business.j
ro r sheriff in this county
. interviewing" the Potter
■ " West field Index.
' a piece. Last winter peo-
M I to get a part
and now they are after
H ' f " le enterprise is about as
' ur the benefit of those j
. ' w e can make good use
a:i( l votes without any
• m our Tioga friends.
'Bi??® 1 At Lock Ha
""tth. things were done
4 °' cl °ck the
J ~ 'C Jail full of drunkards;
W . ir( • ir >se filled with the same
Zdn' 1 , m Pii s ition then
.H\ ,'f • oonalguard house.
S • V n . L,M ' k Haven, on
rk - v r 'C"d was leaving
' Uitrv triri 1 :i expectable
* the o weeping aloud, (in j
■ " ca se. Just at that mo-1
ment a young man. well dressed and by
apl>eamnce her brother, came in the
nx'iii and sank down overcome with al
| cohul—a full explanation.
At Jersey Shore, as 1 was passing the
Exchange Hotel side door. I gripped in
side —took a clean glass by the water
cooler and filled it with water. How
delicious a drink in a temperance house,
a kept by our old friend Jonas Artley. All
J who call on him will find a pleasant
We take the above from the Gazette
and Bulletin. Lock Haven has license,
'' Jersey Shore has "local option."
* We were info* tned the other day that
11 on the fourth of July of the present
year W. T. Lane, formerly of this
County, but who is now head sawyer
in the Blue Itock mill, in Elk count}-,
cut 70,154 feet of lumber, 35,000 feet
being inch beards and the remainder
plank and seven-inch timber. The mill ]
is a water power and runs a single cir-;
cular saw. The time employed was
alout eleven and one-half bours.^
Tiiis story sounds like a tough yarn,;
: but we saw several men direct from the '
mill, who reside in this County, and •
they all testified to the truth of the!
statement. In any way you please to i
take it. it's a pretty big thing.
"VY e examined the finishing of the up
p r story of Mr. Gordnier's new brick
building the other day. It is of chesnut
ai ;d oiled to bring out the grain. 11 has
as fine an effect as anything we ever
A few days ago a son of John Toland's
about eight years old met with a severe
accident. He went to school in the
morning and before the time of lis open
ing engaged with others in playing with
the hind wheels of an old wagon. In
some way he fell off in such a manner
as to break his left collarbone ; 'Utricle), i
It seems no immediate attention was
paid to it. but finally T>r. McClary, of
this place, was sent for who got there
about twelve o'clock at night and set
the broken bone. He is now doing well.
Pl*> rd Out.
' The fishing hereabouts is getting thin.
Plenty of fishermen to every trout.
People f roto the country around don't
get into town much lately. We have
noticed tw > or three looking at and test
ing mowers, horse-rakes, etc. These
articles have come to be a necessity to
farmers. The hand-rakes, scythes, and
long-handled forks for pitching over the j
big beam are laid aside, and now ma
chinery and horse i>ower does it all.
Stonotian—Peter*—July 14,15T3, at tbehouse ;
of I- Cushtag, J. P., in Couder'i>ort. Mr.
JOSEPH STONF.HAN and Mi-s ELIZABETH j
PETERS, lotli of Hebron, Totter Co v
We will send the Jor.rna.l for one year
to any clrb of JTVE new subscribers
on payment of S 7.50. and to any one
sending 115.00 for ton new subscrib
ers. on a year, we will send one copy
free fcr c ane time.
Drafts <>n Europe furnished at cor son
able rat's by
S. F. HAMILTON,
ANTED.—Two enterprising men
v to sell Elias Howe Sewing Ma-'
chines. Inquire at our office in ( "ouders
|x>rt. LOYSTER BROS.
"^"OT ICE.—The building of a sch<xl, :
il house near Johnson Chase's will
be let Saturday. July 19, 1*73, at onej
o'clock, p. m.. at the house of J. T. .Tack
sen. Sjiccirtcations and plan will lx-j
made known at time of letting.
By order of Board,
J. T. JACKSON, Secy.
Tin: "National Line of Steamships" ;
has 1 -en wonderfully improved in the)
last two vears. by the building of FIVE j
NKYV sTEAM ERS, several of which
have made some of the fastest runs on |
record. The Line between New York.!
Queenstown and Liveqiool is composed 1
of the most celebrated steamers in the
world and their average time is not far
i fjoin about nine days. Theaccommi Na
tion for steerage passengers is of the
l-cst character, comprising many eom-l
i forts and conveniences not to be found
on other ships. Passengers to and
from Bristol. Cardiff. Glasgow and.
Londonderry sail by this Line. The
1 London Line is composed of the older j
vessels and offers very good aecommoda- j
< tion to and from the south of England
and Continent of Europe, but the steam
ers are not so fast as the Queenstown 1
a l.nerpoox Line, xhia <Ampany has
always been in favor of cheap passages
anci still guarantees to sell tickets at j
lower rates than any other Line cross-,
ing the Atlantic, a fact that should be'
remembered by those visiting the Old <
Country or sending for their friends.
S. F. HAMILTON. Ayent.!
HOUSE MOVING— JOHN ED
WAHHS, Oswayo, Pa.. < Rathlxme
farm, has all the necessary tools and is
prewired to move bams or buildings at
wishing to purchase Mow-
JT ISG MACHINES, will do well to examine the j
j "New Model Bnekeye" and the "Im
proved Wood." 24-46 |
| Sold by W. T. HIKE, Agent. Coudersport, Pa. j
Don't forget that C. 11. Simmons, the ;
Merchant Prince of Wellsville, is yet in
trade larger than ever, and that liis>
twenty-five years' experience in this
market enables him to give his custom
ers the liest goods and latest styles at
the lowest living rates. Be sure and
call and examine his stock, and lie con
( vinced that a dollar saved is worth two
ROYER WHEEL CO.,
375 \A est Third St., CINCINNATI, O.
Manufacturers of the celebrated Sarven
M heel, the Royer Combination and
uld Style \\ iigous. Also Carriage
and Wagon Woodwork of every de
Actual wear and hard usage is the
best test of the strength and durability
| of a wheel, and they have proved the
Sarven Patent to wear longer than three
or four sets of the best old-style wheels.
hen about to purchase a buggy, car
riage or wagon, see that your carriage
maker uses our make of the Parven
wheel. There are so many inferior pa
tent wheels in the market that it will
be to your interest to stipulate for the
Sarven—as it is now conceded to be the
only perfectly reliable wheel in use.
The SJNOHH is a lock-stitch machine
and makes a beautiful, even and uniform
stitch which will not ravel and is alike
on both sides. It herns, braids, cords,
tucks, embroiders, ratiles, fells and does
all kinds of work 011 the tiuest muslin or
the heaviest full-cloth.
Khopard. at Simmons 1 Regulators,
says he will give a laboring man or Ladv
more goods for the same amount of mo
ney than any other man will in the Uni
SI ASCRIPTIONS to THE BufTolo Dnily "Ex
|ros" and the F.lmira Daili ••Adver
tiser" received aud forwarded bv
Arthur B. Mann.
A. M. Reynolds has constantly on hand
the new SINGER SEWING MA
CHINE, with all the latest improve
The sickly season Ls at hand; the great
heat makes the system feeble and debil
itated and unable to withstand the sud
den attacks of disease. But the regular
use of Rolirer's Wild Cherry Tonic will
invigorate tire system, brace up the shat
tered forces and enable each organ to
l*uform its proper functions. It will
cure any case of Diarrhoea, Dysentery
or Cholera Morbus in a few hours, and
to those suffering the horrors of that
terrible disease. Dyspepsia, it is inval
uable. THOMPSON A MANN,
2f49-3m Whole Mile and Iftnil AyitUs.
Coude ltSPORT, PA.
%H Act of Cruelty.—Chapped hands and
race arc the most serious annoyances that farm
ers ami jieopie who lalior much out of doors ex
perience from exi>sure. Exposed persons, es
[•ec Lilly children, repealedly suffer intensely from
zre,it oraeks in the hands that often bleed. It is
-ruei to allow one's self or otoers to stiller in this
way when the means of ixvsiiive prevention are
so easy to be had. and so cheaply, as to pay ten
••■lit- for a cake of Hand Sapoliu. Hand Sapolio
is not only letter than the costliest soap for re
moving dirt but it prevents chapping and renders
he skin soft and pliable. Soid everywhere. 50-2
Line of Sieaisliips.
STEAMERS SAIL WEEKLY TO AMD FROM '
MEW YORK, QIEENSTOWM
Vsn EVERY FORTNIGHT TO ASP FROM NEW YORK i
otnprtsing the Powerful, Very Fast, Flrst-Class,
V'ew Iron Steamships.
UE.V.if.A fi A\
EX I A ;
JtEL VET I.A.
AVERAGE TIME OK LIVERPOOL AND YI'EENS
TOW'M LIME A BOLT MIME DAYS.
The Conipanv have added recently to their al
-eadv splendid" fleet six NEW STEAMERS, which
ire the largest, and have proved to ie arming the
FA-test, in the world. These additional steamers
•nable us to provide increased AMI unsurpassed
Accomodations for our passengers, and really
nakes this the leading line on the Atlantic Cyean.
L'he "National Line Meanier?- are celebrat'd for
■peed, strength ami sea-going qualities; are divid
-1 into .A,'r. Water. Tiofit on/" Tire I'r'f'f Com
\/artni"ntn. thus obtaining great security; ami
re ntted up in every rel>ect with all the modern
iwprorernenfs to insure the comfort, convenience
and safety of passengers, to whom ROOD treat
ment ami "kind attetiUon is always Riven. Per
sons visiting the Old Country, or sending for their
friends, should certaiuly avail themselves of the
manv ADVANTAGES of this well-known, favorite
Line'; the best ami cheapest tietweeu Europe and
Great Reduction of Passage.
To or from Queenstown, Liverpool, Lon
don, Cardiff, Bristol, Glasgow
or Londonderry $29 s3l I
do Hamburg, Antwerp, Havre,
Rotterdam, etc 35 3f>
do Bremen, Gottenburg, Chris
tiana, Copenhagen, Manheim,
Stavanger, Dronthelm, Paris,
eu- 3R V
Children under Twelve Tears, Half-Kate. IN- ,
fants nmler One Year, Three Dollars.
Mo Charge for Infants on
.VOTE: — There rale* of pattape art much
cheaper than any other first-Clast Line
erotsinp the Atlantic.
?lccr<re |>.sseii|:Rl* will be supplied With AS
much provisions and water as they may wish to 1
use; the provisions are of the best quality, and |
are examined ami put on l>oard under the inspec- 1
lion of Government Officers, appointed for that .
purpose, ami are cooked and served out by the
Company's stewards three times a day.
Each Passenger is assigned a separate berth ;
married couples berthed together; single females
placed in rooms by themselves. They are re- 1
quired to furnish themselves with bedding, mess
Ten cubic feet of luggage (equal to two large
trunks) allowed to each adult.
An experienced Physician attached to each
Steamer. Medicine ami medical attendance free.
Cabin Passengers provided with elegant accom
modations at low rates.
EXCHANGE ¥ EUROPE,
BANK DRAFTS issued from £1 to £FINUO, at low
est rates, payable on demand in any part of Eng
land, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Also, Drafts
for anv amount, parable In the principal cities of
Norway, Sweden, ' Denmark, Austria, Prussia, ;
France, Spain and Italy.
The arrangements In this branch of our bual- J
ness are verv extensive and complete, giving us ;
facilities which enable us to sell at banker's low- |
est rates. Those who have bten paying a high
price for their remittances should call upon us
and avail themselves of our low prices.
For PASSAGE. BANK DRAFTS or any further in
formation, apply to
T>IFFALO. X. Y. & PHILADA. RAILWAY
! COMPAXY.—Time Table adopted Mos
! DAT, June 30, 1873.
STATIONS. Sight Nixg- Local THROUGH
Exp. an Freight. Freight.
_ a. m. p. m.
Emponum 310 .5.25 6.<Xiain 7.30 pa,
Keating Summit 3.14 ! 7.25 "
Port Allegany ... 4.12 1 6.24 8.3". " iLOft -
<*< 5.39 7.25 12.00 m l.'i'am
Buflalo 8.20 9.45 5.15 pm •
i i -I
Phllada Sight Local TVgh
STATIONS. A Bait. Express. Freight. Frght
: Exprewa. :
] a. m.
Buffalo 8.30 am; 6.30 pm 6.15 am §
Olean 1a47 •• 9.40 " 1.30
Port Allegany 11.45 " ILOO " 2.35 pm 4.12
Keat'g Sum't 11.40 " 3.40 " 1
Emporium 12.45pm 12.30 am 5.00 " 7.10
[ I I '
* Stops at J unction, 6.10 a. in.
§ Starts at do., 7.00 p. m.
H. L. LYMAN, J. D. YEOMAXS,
Gen. Pas*. Agt. Superintendent
• PROi-Kirroß or
DAILY STAGE TO AND FROM PORT ALLEGANY.
AND EXPRESS AGEXT.
Stage will leave Condersport at 8 a. m.. arriving
at Port Allegany in time for the trains. Leave
Port Alb gany on arrival of 11.45 a. m. train
"\TTHFKEAS. letters of administration to the
> T estate of REUBEN E K ENT. late of Pleasant
Valley twp.. Potter Co., deceased, having been
granted to the subscritwrs. all persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims or demands
against tlie estate of said decedent will make
known the same without delay to
DORCAS M. KENT,
Pleasant Valley, June 16,1873.-6 Adinrs.
BOOTS and SHOES !
WOULD resj>eet fully inform the citizens that he
continues the manufacture of
BOOTS AND SHOES
at his new Stand,
MAIN STREET below MARKET,
(South of the Bridge,)
ALL work done in a workmanlike manner
AXD A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED
Give him a call.
A BEAUTIFUL $8 CHROMO
TO ALL LOVERS OF ART AXD LITERA
send the Beautiful Chrnmo entitled
IT "The Unwelcome Visitor." i* .stage pre
paid, as a premium to every subscrilier to our
monthly magazine called the
J5 U M 13 L E E E ,
contains thirty-two large pages, besides the eo
ver, filled with the best and most interesting
reading. Price, only
$ I a Year!
Send on your Dollar and get a dollar magazine
rind an eight dollar ehromo in return. Sample
copy set free on receipt of stamp.
We want and will liberally pay
.V G E NTS.
>end stamp for particulars. Address
JU MBLE BEE, Albion, Illinois.
John V. Brown,
LINE OF STAGES
Coudersport & W ellsville
(U OSWATO, rA.)
Persons going to OSWATO by stage, and desiring
to return same day, will be accommodated
at stage rates.
Passengers wishing to reach any of the neighbor
ing towns will be conveyed by Livery at
A good Livery rig kept constantly on hand for
passengers by the stage.
(JOHN V. BROWN. Propr.,)
General Stage Office
Has been REFITTED and REFURNISHED/rom
GARRET to CELLAR,
and is note open to the PUBLIC
The TABLE will be kept in FIRST-CLASS style,
and no labor or erpense spared to make it a
GOOD STAB LIS G, and careful Hostlers
always in attendance.
The OLD-TIME pripularity of the Hotel will be j
FULLY MAINTAINED by the present Proprietor,
who now solicits the patronage of travellers and
the public generally.
D. F. GLASS* IKK, Jr.,
r WING A. LTD SOUSI",
"THE AMERICA! PIAHO,"
No. AIT BROO3IE STREET, New York,
First premiums wherever exhibited—Prices low for the quality—Large prices
allowed for Second-hand Instruments in Exchange.
Front Mr. Elurard Hoffman, the celebrated Pianist.
I conscientiously believe that your Piano is in ever)' respect a most magnifl
j cent Instrument.
-J Prom the "Independent."
, j The American Piano has deservedly become a very popular Instrument.
Responsible Agents wanted for unoccupied territory. Send for Circulars to
243f'-£ WIXG & SOX, 417 Broome St., X. Y.
S. F. HAMILTON
BOOK & JOBBB&VTE&S
S. "W. comer MAI! and THIRD Streets,
(OVER THE POST OFFICE,)
Lewisville w. w. MOORE,
GRADED SCHOOL DEILBR IK
B. B. Klitdf, Jlre. B. B. Mode.
_. „ „ _ F , T ,„ . AMERICAN AXD IMPORTED
SIM K. E. I nching. Instrumental Music. >
Primary Department, per term 400 j MARBLES, &C.,
Intermediate da, do SOS I
High school do., do 6uo ;
Instrumental music 10 00 j
Third St., opposite Court House Square,
Tuition must be arrange! in advance.
Classes in thi term will be arranged to accom
modate those designing to teach during the com- COLDE RSPORT. PA.
The Potter County Teachers' Institute will tie
held at Lewisville in connection with this tenn.
Board, including lights and fuel, can be ob- All work done In a workmanlike manner and or
taitied for 50 cents per day. Good rooms can be , _ ~ .
obtained by those who desire to furnish their own ders 96111 * mal! promptly attended to.
SKTH LEWIS O. R. BASSETT prices art the lowest in this section of the
Secretary. 50-tf President country.
Thos. McDowell & Co.,
PORT ATiT iEO-AJJY. PA.
WE would respectfully call the attention of the people of POTTER COUXTY
to onr large and complete assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY,
BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
READ Y-MA DE CLOTHING,
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY,
FLOUR, PORK, SALT, FISH,
FEED and MEAL, PAINTS and OILS,
HARD WARE, NOTIONS, GLASS WARE,
dr., dr., dr.,
which we are offering at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, owing to the increased
facilities afforded by the completion of the Buffalo. New York & 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.
We are daily receiving new goods, thus keeping our stock, in all departments,
„ . FULL AXD COMPLETE
at all times.
2429-$ Thos. McDowell & Co.
Insurance Company of North America,
The Oldest Stock Insurance Company in the United State*.
ASSETS, January 1, 1873, 8 3,70,738.01
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company,
A.SSXTTO, January 1, 1878, # 1,162,302.40
The above-named reliable Companies are represented In Con
J 2439-1 J ARTHUR B. MANN.
L. B. COLE & SON,
" fKOFKIKTORS OT TJPI
Blacksmith and Wagon-shop,
, > Second Street, between Main k Wert.)
* CARRIAGES and
SLEIGHS of all de*cripttcms
manufactured to rait customers sod warranted.
Repairing always attended to promptly.
Competent and experienced worfcmenYept in em
ploy In both shops to attend to the calls at cus
Charges reasonable for cash or ready pay.
L. B. COLE A SO If
M. H. BIRCE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER LV
OIL CLOTHS, Etc.,
No. £lB Mtun St.,
ir* BUFFALO, N. Y.
.tl-tsts -dsnoji etqj nrojy
spooS no i]*i sis*;* n*j uauioisuo
aaxo s* ** 'omtboi oklmsh.-i .K.lIH'tTH.b,
pasjg patsaqotea iiisnf eqj ;o t;a.iui.rjnu*K
A -JSI 'OTYdEJiia
Wd OS V
'•oo r sinvov • •*
Groceries & Provisions,
MAIN STBEET above SECOND,
a rrLL sl ptlt or
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
A specialty made
Teas and Coffees,
of which I have the
Larjjpst and Beat
Stock in town.
All Goods sold CHEAP for CASH onty-
Call and examine before purchasing elsewher .
Corner MARKET and HUNTER Strata,
(SOUTH SIDE of the BITER.)
I worm respectfully invite the attention of the
public to my
with the assurance that I can meet every de
mand for a first-class turnout.
Hating purchased the Livery of Amos Velle, I
have the only Establishment of the kind in this
J. M. BASSETT.
THE BAKER HOUSE
N. E. oor. SECOND and EAST Street*,
(East ;f Court Souse Square,)
Has been pnrchased by BROWN & KELLY
(formerly of the Cotdkrsfort Hotel. )
The House Is completely furnished from top to
bottom, and has all the conveniences deired by
the people; the table is the best in the County s
the barn Is nnder the charge of the best ostler in
the State; and. in short, everything will be don*
that can be done to make it comfortable for stran
gers or others who visit the heuse.
I The long experience of the Proprietors in the
Hotel business makes them peculiarly able to
cater to the varied wants of the travelling public.
They solicit their old custom, believt g that
they are able to supply the best or the ebst to
BROWN k KELLEY,
! 18S Prapn—rt.