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I Lu e potter Journal
1 . Septaatarlß73.
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ft;, tv .t • . MvtF>di>t Lurch of this
1t.'02. Thursday evening at eight
■ k. f"r ti;e ]'i;n>ose of electing
ft. ; .. the ensuing year.
Lvf W ilwon
ft ( urt this week. Ibis is his
ft- here since his election lost
ft < n.lHntlonal Convention
■ v. • <.- at Atlantic City, is
1 aving arrived last Sit
■ -,s 1,, king well and tl inks
■ iutv > ti). I tit was
at on wgi tation for ,
B a donation given to Rev.
-e of Julius Xtefe. Swe-
B Mi. .Swain Las been
B :iy there for years, and
B - v.,,\ in which he is re-
-r his servhis. And the
■ dcrstaud. which prompted
% to make < •
- .J > out of the syrup athy
on necoui t of sickness
■ . ii.ition > extended to all
B -;h t:u%t very
v., y : • N't he's and
B . < - . -yi. . -.t y with a
B . -".t. in affiktioiis and
:h( ( arc]
B a' Jothing store at the old
B :M. L. Gridley, in the Dike
B . <. Mi and examine his stocky
I. -.t hurrying to and fro, and a
B : stoves, and cleaning out
arranging of tines just
- times that is almost equal
aning. We do not see why
fid take down a stove in
a either in store, office or
B . . s-native District corn
counties of Jefferson. Elk
i : have nominated D. I'.
1 . ;nti n. for Representative.
B Moving story from the
B-unty Ckixmkk* published at
V \. Y. Mr. Thad Kelley, of
io fonnerly redded in
■- i no ived a letter from there
■ . which mentions the cir
■- and confirms the account
-> iiit sunny afte* noon. Au
■ . Mis. lone Morse, widow
M ;s~ and daughter of Reu
• v. cif this village, with her
, ■ " y. seven veals old. was
for small fish near the
dy Bay. on Lake Keuka.
JH . vv; watching her line on
•e ; kiff and the boy on the
I " w; - staitled by a sudden
"ti. the lad and turning round
ft" •• --Tg) trout tlouudering in the bot
f * Ixat and the boy with a
ft 1 terribly frightened. At
ft -- !i f some one on shore she
ft ' ti>!i a rap with an oar which
• when she pulled for land,
ft i' w he the boy was lea li
ft" t.> side of the boat with his
ft. • <ir the water the fish, which
ft ■ iounds. sprang from the
■ K his teeth into the
! s rur*.. s uc h was his momentum
y drew tjack from his ai -
aer into the skiff and
I his i>ld adventure. Toe
" • eived a long and severe
• - wound is yet very plainly
," ■ ■■■ thing a this w.is never
eh-re in this quarter of the
• >- are aware needs to lie
*<l for to be lelieved. Of its
• k is not a shadow of a doubt.
'"'••ii Innlicrwirj .
•• .iy, the 4th inst., we had
. " 'sh the rare occurrence of a
anniversary of an aged eoup
ing. They were Lucas Catfc-
rs - Chloe Gushing,
ia to see them on their gold-
en eve. but we found them in the quiet
enjoyment of their musings over the
long past and talking of ad the way and
how the Lord had brought thein on their
life journey together in all these years.
How they Lad struggled and toiled on:
how they had l<een delivered oft from
sickness, and death, and great sorrow
and trouble: and neither did they forget
to make nu utioU of their joys, and com
forts and friends.
But what a long stretch of time! how
many years to pass over! what a p.-ri<d
to look l ack upon! how strikingly fresh
the memory of many things and obsti
nately }H>or and confused of others.
What events and episodes in their
own life and w hat a great manlier of
public events must have crowded them
selves before their minds. What changes
in the world .-ince they started out as
twain. What revolutions in society, in
customs, in opinions and in industrial
arts; modes of locomotion, of commerce
and of thought. "When they entered
upon life together how different "the
ways of the world." the fashions, opin
ions, habits and labors. Then there
were no raihoads, steamship, tele
graphs. and but little, if any, of the
multitudinous machinery to cany on
the work of agriculture and housekeep
ing and of the inventions of the arts and
sciences in their application in hasten
ing forwaid the civilization of the world
and the progress of the race.
1 Pity years ago. and still lioth living,
thi-y have ii\d as one the grandest half
century for civil advancement and mo
ral pi gross of all time. Then, heathen
ism, superstition and ignorance darken
ed and degraded three-fourths of the
gl- U-; now, the gospel of the Saviour
Las been spread over all the face of the
earth, enlightening, civilizing and lift
ing up the world everywhere nearer to
God. Then, in cur own land, slavery
was dttrrnd !•} masters to be a ne-ces
sary evil, afteiward a divine institution
—now utterly abolishtd. Then tduca
ti'-n belonged to the privileged classes
alone, now, like a network of light and
influence, the incomparable '-Common
School System" prevails as the highest
and equ;,l temporal blessing to all. So
they yet live to behold the evolving
events to be wrought out by this won-/
di nul end of devekq meats.
Mr. and Mrs. Gushing, (whose ags
aie respectively 7h and 08,} have lived ;
here for -0 years and have always been
most highly esteemed for their worth of
chan.ch i and chiistian influence.
Mr. C. has been a justice of the peace
for many years and } ionoui ctd as one
of the saltst. most cautious, just and
conscientious that has ever niied the
position. He is also a Deacon of a; d
as both are, member of the Baptist
Church; but for almost all their resi
dence here there has not been a society
of their denomination and hence they
have worshijied and endeavored to do
their duty in otlur Churches of the
\I: c.-. Four years ago a Church was
organized here, regular worship estab
lished and a sanctuary almost complet
ed, tow; :<1 which perhaps their perse
vering efforts, more than of any other,
contributed to brn g about. Always
ext mplaiy christians and tegt iar at the
publics ivices:u:d meetiugsfor prayer,
their a:' id; nee owing to their absence
for st-v ral months during the winter
and spvingj has 8.-en much missed.
And i:i conclusion, though enfeebled
somewhat by their recent long illness,'
may tL> y be spared another decade to
enjoy • • gloiious pri\ ilege e>f living in
this agt of the world and Church ol
' ChrLs:. A FRIEND.
Mr. IE. C. Vermilj fs
Is tb it to retire frooa the Iztiuk Wal
ton 1. am s'ablishment well known
to all k . JUs of the re*l .tud reel on ihne
Creek no dear to tbe hearts of aD lov
ers oi geod livii g in this region. Tlie
old la oloid bids the public good-bye at
a Fa: well Dance, oil Friday evening,
the Sttii instant. £verybody will be]
welcoia <1 <it the hospitable old house
on that occasion in t;;e genial spirit of
the g nt . • anglt-r whose name it bears.
—'i n * Agit ilor.
Many of the people ox this County
who have partaken of the good cheer at
Wrmhua's will regret to hear of Lis
relit: _ ft cm the business.
SetxFii.ber dtr voorst fen- tay
Von leedlesdrainchercome to shtay
Mil mine vrow, unt tier naypurs zay
"ih.as" vife hat cot tin papy."
Der vomans gome unt dake it up
Unt vetd it zaffron from a gup;
It viuk unt plink ligke leedle hup—
I'm vraid dey hurt mine p>apiy.
I liff-k into der leedle pied.
1 see der le-etlle zilgy heat,
Der leedle limits so sanft unt red:
Mine vunny letslie piipy.
I giss mine vife; I tanze around;
I schumb out toors at sincle pound:
11. ::ze. I schumb. I scbagke der cround;
I'm so broud of mine ptapy.
Efen night mine piroder's papy gry;
His vife zay, "bchonas, schumb up
Uut Schonas schumb unt schwear —Oh.
I fouldn't haf such papy!
Mine piapw ead its fill.
Gurl upi in p*.-<l unt lie so sclitill —
Ligke der olt sow vat trink der sebwill—
-1 ligke such guied piapiy.
Mine vife z;iy, "Hans, you dake a scliair,
Unt bolt tier piapy; now d.tke gare."
It troeil on me most efery vare —
Mine troolin* leedle psipiy.
1 see it loke its leedle liaws
Between its lt-edle, dootbless chaws
I'm shust so broud as nefer vas
Mine tailing, leedle p>apy.
Tlie Wellsboro Presbytery held its
regular fall meeting on last Tuesday and
Wednesday at Raymond. G)n account
of the great distance fnmi nearly ah of
the cLurches in Tioga county, there w.is
not more than a half attendance of min
isters and scarcely any of the elders, but
the large attendance of the people in the
neighborhood w as a good indication hour
much they appreciated such an ecclesi
The sessions were opened by a sermon
from Rev. P. Camp, of Fall Brook, both
able and scriptural. Rev. John Cairns,
of Osceola, was chosen M derrtor at d
pi cached a most thoughtful and interest
ing sermon on Tuesday evening. On
Wednesday afternoon the sacrament of
the Lord's s-jpper was administered by
Revs. Calkins and Landis and a fine ser
mon preached by Rev. Dr. Mitchell with
great powtr and impressive ness.
Aside from usual routine of business
nothing of public interest transpired,
i v • pt that the event of death in remov
ing one of our ministers was suitably
recognized and the admission of another
to our number in the jierson of Rev. 11.
W. G ongdou, the minister supplying the
Church in your Borough, by certificate
from the Pn sbytery of St. Law rence.
Thus, by Mr. Congdon's engagement
and three other calls made and accept
ed by the churches of laiwreneeviile,
Mansfield and Beecher's Island, our
Pri-sla tery once more sian>ls without a
single vacancy, which, in consideration
of the majority of them being small, is
abtmdant cause for great thankiuluess.
Presbytery adjourned to meet the se
coiul Tuesday iu April with the Presby
terian Church of Fall Brook. Tioga
Mrs. Louisa Brigbam. ofltlj sses, was
thrown from a buggy last Sunday, while
on her way to meeting, and had her
right arm broken below the elbow. She
was taken to the house of Burton. Lew is.
in Lewisville, and Dr. Eaton, who was
near at the time, set the fractured bone
and it is doing welL
At the Billiard Rooms, keeps "Virginia
Are in for business this week.
Has purchased the Crittenden Mill pro
, petty in this borough.
A short time ago a young man named
Smith, ag d tw-ntv-two. residing in
Friendship), Allegany county. X. \..
was married to a lady, supposing lier to
le single, but he soon learned tliat she
had two husbands living from whom
she had not been divorced, beside hirn
selL What made matters worse one of
t hem presently turned up and threatensd
Mui'.ii with big threats for having mar-
r:ed his wife. The latter was of a ten
der nature and took tilings hard, and
these threats finished him. He pur
chased arsenic and by its aid escaped
from his trouble and dang r.
Of the Representative District com
posed of the counties ol Clinton, Ey
t 'lning and -uihvau have nominated
Theodore II ill. of Lycoming, and R. B.
Caldwell, of Clinton, for Repiresenta
, A curi uis accident occurred during a
recent thunder storm at Oil City. Fa.
The lightning struck an oil tank, capa
ble of holding lt>.eM barrels of oil but
containing about S<X"O at the time of tlie
occurrence. The bolt struck the top of
; the tank at ti.e eelgeand ran completely
iiouuu t - periphery of the top. cutting
e>!f the iiead of every bolt that fastened
the topi to the siile. Tne top was raised
almut twoftvt by the concussion and the
oil took tire, sending the immense t*xly
of liame high in the air. In an instant
the top fell back to its pxisitiou, instant
ly smothering ti.e lire iiwde. The oil
burned off the outside of the tank and
no further damage w ;;s done. The cov
er was not two inches out of its original
piositiou after its fall. —iZxcJuiruje.
Of the Gazette d 7 hr'- tin. of Williams
picrt. has I>. en presented with the tanned
skin of an enormous rattlesnake that
measured, w, en alive, nearly five feet
Kiru -si), Vs.
ED. JOURNAL: Will you please let
me tell you and your readers a little
of the name and doings of the Presby
tery, which has just closed its sessions
in tiiis place.
And first the name.—l have of late
often been asktd what is a Presbytery?
It is a religious body or court composed
of cue minister and one member, a rul
ing elder, from each Presbyterian
Church in a given portion of the coun
try. This name is a very ancient one
and may be found in one of the books
of the New Testament. This, the Pres
bvtery of Weilsboro, embraces the coun
ties of Tioga. Potter and McKean and
has thirteen churches. A Presbytery
meets for the transactions of business
semi-annually in or with one of the
Churches within its bounds, and is sim
ilar to the yearly Conference of the
Methodist Church and to the Associa
tion of the Baptist Church.
The meeting which has just been held
here was brief, only two days, but quite
interesting, and attended by a good num
ber of our jeople and several from your
village. I s..id the session held here was
brief, but not lazy I notice this from
a remark made by a bystander about
one of the members as he came out on
the street, "That man ain't much of a
preacher. I know, he looks too lazy!
Let me tell how lazy he is. or was. in
this meeting, lie lives thirty-two miles
from here. He got up before daylight
Tuesday morning, was here at dinner,
and not by railroad, either, acted its
Chairman, or Moderator, through all
the meetings, except the last, preached
Tuesday evening and drove back to his
home in the afternoon ami night of
Wednesday—making sixty-four miles
traveled in the two days lvsides the
other labor in attending to the business
of the meeting. Another minister. Rev.
J. F. Calkins, of Wellsboro. left here
after four o'clock to drive down Pine
Creek to Vermileva's, about twenty-two
miles, Wednesday night. Are they
1; zy? Ai.LEf a:;v.
Special fxamination of Teachers will
l>e held as follows :
Oleona. - - Sept. 30
Germania, - - Oct. 1
Pike Centre, 2
Examinations to iiegins at 10 o'clock,
Teachers will provide themselves with
paj**r, |<en and ink.
Directors and others interested are in
vited to attend. J. W. ALLEN,
COCDERSPOHT, Sept. IT. ISTi. O). St'i^L
/TOHN ORMEROD has now got the
♦ J Kxox & JONES* Mill in full blast.
No more tneak-downs; no more freezing
u]>. guaranteed to all.
( orne early and get your grist ground
the same day. Fresh ground Flour.
Feed and Meal always on hand.
rpEACHERS WANTED.—Three teach-
X ers wanted for Abbott school dis
trict. Salary t> f Fuenbf-eigkt IMtnra per
month will be paid. Good certificates
required. Application must be made on
or before September Sttfc.
JOHN G. STRCELE. S- .
1 * :
The Singer Still Triumphant.—At the
Vienna Exhibition the Singer received
the Medal of Merit, the Medal of Pro
gress. and thn e other Medals for supe
riority of productions. These are e
highest Sewing Machine A wards at Yi
mna- Tiie Singer received all the Med
als award-d to either of the competing
Machines, and two Medals more than
any other obtained. Then, in the name
: of "truth, what is it that pr impts ]>enple
to claim recommendations for the Di
ploma of Honor? The fact is no Diplo
ma of Honor has tan given to any Sew-'
ing Machine Comj-any.
Tiie sickly season is at hand: the great
heat makes the system feeble and debil
itated and unable to withstand the sud- j
den attacks of disease. But the regular
use of Ro'irer's Wild Cherry Tonic will
invigorate the system, brace up the shat
tered forces and enable each organ to
perform its proper functions. It will
cure any case of Diarrhoea, Dysentery
' or Cholera M rbus in a few hours, and
to those suffering the horrors of that
terrible disease. Dyspepsia, it is inval
uable. THOMPSON A MANX,
2+4S-,tin mil* Mfc -net IZ-tail Aocntl. ;
A -.phuuid stock of Paisley shawls
may I** found at Simmons' Regulato at
prices far below their preseut market
'"What poor ihon-siled worms we be.
We kaa't kalkilate
With any debtee
What's gwine to be our fate."
We can cal ulate. however, with rea
sonable certainty on getting
Better Lumber Wagons.
Better Carriages of all descriptions.
Better Horse-shoeing, and
Better Repairing of all kinds
At COLE> Shop than any other place
in Coudersport or in the Countv.
Belter than Gold.—A certain amount
of greenbacks, national or fractional
currency invested with C. 11. Simmons,
the Regulator man for dry goods, gro
ceries, boots and shoes.
I") OYER WHEEL CO..
\ 375 West Third St., CINCINNATI, O.
Manufacturersof thee lebrated Sarvtn
Wheel, the Royer Combination and;
Old Style Wagons. Also Carriage
and Wagon Wo nlwork of every de
Actual wear r.nd hard usage is the
beet test of the strength and durability
of a wheel, and they have proved the
Surven Patent to wearlongci than three
or four sets of the best old-style wheels.
When about t" pu:chase a baggy, car
nage or wagon, see tint your camage
tnaker uses our make n the Sarven •
ulweL There are so tnany ;uf rior pa
tent wheels in the market that it will
he to your interest to stipulate for the
Barren —as it JS now conceded to lie the
only perfectly reliable wheel in use.
Sfccpartl. at S&HMOt' Regulators,
says he will give a laboring man or lady
more goods for the same amount of mo
iiev than any other man will in the Uni
Dont forget that t*. 11. Simmons, the
Merchant Prince of Welisville, is yet in
trade larger than ever, and that his
twenty-live years* exierierice in this
market enables him to give his custom
ers the b st gotxls and latest styles at
tlte lowest living rates. He sure and
call and examine his stock, and lie con
vinced that a dollar saved is worth two
Great run on a well known Institu
tion.—The famous Regulator man. <_'.
11. Simmons* Xos. 2, 3. 4 and 5, Welis
ville. X. Y. has recently beefi subjected
to an extraordinary pressure —the pres
sure of crowds of sufferers that have
lieen in the habit of buying from small
dealers and paying enurmous prices.
Money bong scarce, they tone mus
ingly all made a grand rush to the place
w here they get the greatest amount of
goods for the smallest amount of mon
ey. The popularity of this establish
ment is boundless and will last, for it
is built on a solid foundation; one hun
dred thousand dollars being the corner
stone. This well known establishment
might justly be called a savings bank
from the numbers of dollars it has saved
the people for the last ten years. From
its very infancy high prices have had
to vanish like dew before the morning
to ("out meter* or Builders.—
Prop-sjils will lie received by the
Board of School Directors of Ulysses
township, i n or before the tir.-t Monday
of Octo - r next, to build aSclr • -1 Hon.se
at Brook!;.ml sufficiently large to accom
modate f->rty scholars. Plans and speci
fications to accompany the bids—the job
to be let at Brookland on Monday. Oct.
6. 1873. between the hours of one and
four o'clock, p. m. The building to lie
C let* >1 by tlx loth day of May. 1871,
Ly >1 dec of i x School Board,
IL T. REYNOLDS, Secy.
ULTSSI:?. PA-. September 10,157 U.
To the Citizens of Pennsylvania.—
A"our attention is specially invited to
the fact that the National Banks are
now prepared to receive subscriptions
to the Capital Stock of the Centennial
Board of Finance. The funds realized
from this source are to lie employed in
ti.e erection of the buildings for the In
ternational Exhibition, and theexpenses
| connected with the same. It is confi
dently bdicvod that the Keystooe state
will be represented by the name of every
citizen alive to patriotic- commemora
tion of the one hundredth birthday of
1 the nation. The shares of stock are of
fered for $lO each, and subscribers will
receive a handsomely steel engraved
I Certificate of Stock, suitable for fram
ing and preservation as a national me
Interest at the rate of six per cent,
per annum will IK- paid on all Iayments
of Centennial Slock from date of pay
ment to January 1. 18TU.
Suliscrjl-ers who are not near a Na
tional Bank can remit a check of j>ost
riHce order to the undersigned.
FREDERICK FRALEY. Treas..
Walnut St., Philadelphia.
The SINGER is a lock-stitch machine
and makes a beautiful, even and uniform
stitch which will not ravel and is alike
on both sides. It hems, braids, cords,
tucks, embroiders, rufli s. fells and does
all kinds of work on the finest musliu or
the heaviest full-cloth.
The people come more and more toC.
11. Simmons' Regulator stores for dry
goods, clothing, groceries, boots and
shoes and everything that families use.
Tbcar stock is large and also well suit
ed to customers as to price. Come one,
■ come all without delay and prove the
truth of what we say.
lis of Steamships.
STEAMEI.'S SAIL WEEKLY 70 AND FHOJI
NEW YORK. <iI~EEXSTOWN
AND RVEKT POKTXIGITT TO AND FROM NEW YOR;.
j Ca.,'.prising the Powerful, Very Fast, First-Class.
New Iron .Steamships.
CW. UN 7>.-f.
G 7i EEGE.
HG I'7 J T,
THE O TEH. \ %
H EL YE Tlci.
AVERAGE TIME ORUNSTOTT, AND QUEKKS
TOWN LINK MOOT NINE DAI X
The Company v are td>l K -ertly tc their al-
V - . fie--; STX \v.v KTEAMKUS. which
■ir-the t a: : have : ta be among the
• u-:-.-'. in Ute world. These additional su-atners
enable u> : provi x in<-re:w l and nnnurna-sed
I a<--:o:no Utions fur our passenger?, and really
makes r:ds tn ■ 1 >:njc 'ineoa thv Atlantic O ean.
j The "National Linn Steamers" are celebrated for
■feed,Mi • f- u i sea-goiac cjna;ttie are •liTj-i
--e i toto A H'll ler-ftaM <M F, c Pr--i' CkM
• ;i. - . ttaa o ■-. . ex it aeceiily; anl
are nttvi Pi "very re-t>e< t wit r n'i the uiodern
: ftMWlilllwtl taiMOT the comfort, convenience
aa<i safety . : [.asse- sr to v.bom s-<kl treat-
I tnent aiNf V -1 aftertion is always jrlven. Per
sons vlsUitie the OM c ountry. or serriinit for their
j frleo-K shou: 1 Uttllßb aval! themselves of the
niany adraaugea < I ah wtiHian fal e
Llia; the) . rc : tea; t between Europe and
Great ILodtictiou of Passage.
To or frc-rr Qneeast< '• r.! jverpool. Lon
do:., caMiiT, Bristol. (Hascow
or l.oiflon-lerrv $29 s3l
do Hamburg, Antwerp, Havre,
Eot'erilatJi. etc 33 3<
do llreirien, tiottenbcnr, Chris
tiana. Coyie .hag - ~ Va. hetm,
Slav anger, Drontheim. Paris,
etc SS 40
Chil'lr*i nr. IT Twelve Ves r s. Half-Bate. Tu
fa:/.- uti'ter One Year. Thre !)• i.ars.
No Charge for Infants on
.VOTE: —T7iete rot'r of pcitttn' nre much
cheaper than any other lirtt->'latt Line
crottinp the Hit an tic.
•steerage passengers will be supplied with as
■MM h pr T>!uns and water as thev may wi.-h to
use; the provisions are of the best quality, anc
are eOMMI and pat on hoard under the Inspec
tion of Government Off cere, apir:-.-ed for that
j purpose, ar.<l are cooked and served out by the
Company's Stewards three nines a day.
Each Pa>e ?rer i a-dgned a separate berth ;
mam* <-npi- < erthfd together; single females
placed iD mMH hf themselves. They are re
ared to farm-ii teens selves with bedding, mess
; tins, etc.
Ten cuiiic feet of larzatre ;eqnal to two large
trunks) allowed to eacii adult.
An experienced Physician attached to each
Steamer. Medicine and medical attendance free.
< aMa Pas s -* riser- provided with elegant accotn
tnodaUons at low rates.
EXCHANGE 1 EUROPE.
BANK DRAFTS issued from XI to X6OQA, at low
est rates, payaole on demand in any j art of Eng
land, Ireland. Scotland and Wales. Also, Drafts
for am amount, payable in the prirripal cities of
Norway, uweden, Denmark, Austria, Prussia,
PraDce. > .air and Paly.
The arrangf-nientH in this branch of our busi
ness are very extensive and <roplete, giving
. facilities wh;. h enable us to sell at banker's low
est rates. Those who have Ken pav-.ng a high
price for their remittaroea should call opon as
and aval! themselves of our low prices.
For PASSAGE, BANK DRAFTS or a>:> further In
formation, apjily to
S. F. HAMILTON,
jo is iiu> Ti >c;
OFFICE OF THE
JOURNAL AND HEWS ITEM.
WING A.3STiD SON,
"THE AMERICAN PIANO,"
!No. AIT* IJKOOME STREET, Nov \ o-ir.
UNSUR PASS EF>
ip'ii-st premiums wherever exhibited—Fritcs low for tue quality—Large priced
allowed for Second-hand Instruments in Exchange.
From Mr. Edward Hofman, the flfbrated Pianist.
I conscientiously believe that your Fiano is in every respect a most mnginfl
From the '" Independen tf
The American Piano has deseiwedly become a very popular Instrument.
Responsible Agents wanted for unoccupied territory. Send for Circulars to
WING & SON, 417 Broome St.. N. V.
F ill term opens the FIEST -lav of SEPTEMBER.
B. B. Kindt, Mr.. B. B. Klade.
31i* K. E. Cnahing, Instrumental Music.
Primary Department, per term ... 40b
Intermediate do., do STT'
High school do.. do SoO
In-irumental music 10 0u
Tuition mux BE arranged in advance.
Classes in this term NIU be arranged to accom
modate those designing to teach during the COM
The Potter C 'umy Teachers' INV.iuae will be
held at Lewisville in* connection with this term.
Board, incinding lights and fuel, can be ob
tained FOR buceiit- per day. Go-xi R<K>III- can oe
obtailied by those wn<> desire to furnish their own
SETH LEWIS, O. P- BASSETT.
/secretary. 58-tf President
Thos. McDowell & Co.,
rORT AIrIiEGANT, PA.
M*e would respectfully call the attention of the of POTTER COUNTT
to onr large and complete assortment of
DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. CROCKERY.
FOOTS and SHOES. HATS and CAPS,
SCHOOL BOOKS. STA TIOXER Y.
PLOVR. PORK, SALT. FISIL
FEED and MEAL. PAIXTS and OILS.
HARDWARE, XOTIOXS. GLASSWARE.
, dv., Ac.,
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 lie sold this side of
Fresh ground Feed and Meal kept constantly on hand.
Wetire daily receiving new goods, thus keeping our stock, in all departments,
FULL ANL) COMPLETE
at all times.
2429-i Thos. McDowell A Co.
General Stage Office
lit* been F.EFITTEI) ani RETC ENISIIED/TOTO
"7id Is now oj.-n to the PUBLIC.
The TABLE wi'l be kept in FTKST CLASS style,
and no labor or expense spared to make it a
GOOD STABLiyG, and careful Hostlers
always in attendance.
The OLP-Tf-iE popularity of the Hotel will N
FCLLT MAINTAINED by the present Proprietor,
who now solicits the pftr<:ma?e of travellers and
the public generally.
D. F. GEASSMIRE, Jr.,
j 131 PROPRIETOR.
Insurance Company of North America,
The Oldest Stock Insurance Company In the United State*.
ASSETS, Jnnuain- 1, 1873, 8 3.27.738.0t
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company,
ASSETS, January 1, 1873, & 1,162,802.40
The above-named reliable Companies are represented in Ceu
ders port by
2439-1 y ARTHUR B. MANN#
W. W. MOORE,
AMERICAN AND IMPORTED
Third St.. tyyiexit- Court Housi Square.
All work done in A workmanlike manner and
ders sent by mall promptly attended to.
My pn es are the lowest in this section of the
THE BAKER HOUSE
N. E. cor. SECOND and EAST Stroots
(lan cf C:ur. E:use Square, J
lias been purchased by BROWN & KEI.LY
(formerly of the CocnzßsroßT HOTEL.)
The llfue is completely furnished from top to
bottom, and has an t!ie conveniences desired by
the people ; the table is the best in the County :
the barn is under the charge of the he#( <--*£/er in
Uir State; and, in short, everything will he done
that can bedoneto make it comfortable for stran
gers or others who visit the hou.se.
The long experience of the Proprietors in the
Hotel business makes them peculiarly able to
cater to the varied wants of the travelling pubHc.
They solicit their old custom, believt g tha
thev are able to supplv the REST OF THE EEST to
BROWS A KELLEY,
133 Proprietor t.