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Wednesday, Sept: 25,1861
M. W. McALARNEY, Dirrort.
OBE TG: WRITE of Tioga'Co
( STRANG, and
ELLIOTT, of Tioga.
For Associate Judges,
G. G. COLV/N of Bing,ham t
''CHAS. S. JONES of Coudarsport
L. S. ROBERTSON of Harrison
0., AUSTIN of Silvania r
s'. C. BLAKESLEE of Ulysses.
• TH D , LA
Fr. Missouri our news concerning
:affairs „with Col. Mulligan at Lexington
•is net full or entirely clear. We know,
however, that at 6 ,o'elock on Saturday
• morning the National flag, was flying over
.his entrenchments, and there is good rea
son to believe that he would not only be
able to bold his position, but that,, with
the aid of the re•enforeenients goiut to
Jhini, be would succeed in upsetting Gen.
Price. • Col.- Mulligan is in trenched otaa
ridge between the main city of Lexington
and Old Town; Price is said to hold the
latter place. Mulligan's force consisted
of about 3500 men; it is not known with.
accuracy how many Price had, though
30,000 is the number spoken of in , con
nection with him. This is probably a
greatly exac r' rerateth report. Concerning
the actual fighting between Price and
Mulligan, it is not possible to speak with
any,confidence; the stories of the action
or actions are contradictory. All accounts
agree, however, that the National troops
have with a comparatively small number
kept a large Rebel force in check, and
that important re-enforceinents from Jet%
ferson City would very soon •reach Lex
ington and turn the tide of affairs.
-Later.—Our latest news IrMu Lexing
ton reports the surrender of Col. Mulligan.
The intelligence, however, is received
with doubt both -at Washingtoo , and St.
Louis, and at the latter place ri-enforce
meats were still going forward yesterday.
The report conies in a dispatch to Chicago
from Quincy, Illinois where it. was brought
by the mail agent of the Hannibal and
St. Joseph Railroad, and is confirmed by
passengers on the same train. it was
brought to Hamilton, about 50 miles from
Lexington, by stagel • According to this
statement, Col. Mulligan was compelled, at
last, to yield to superior numbers, after
four days hard fighting—hjs men having
been, for the last two days, without a drop
~ of water. The report of the loss on both
shies is about the same as that previously
. - received.
A part of the story is that a 'body of,
'.4000 Rebels had encountered. ;the Iowa!
3d, and afterward fell into the hands of
, . Gen. Lane. The date of this battle is
not given. It bad not, however, been
heard of at Jefferson City on' Friday, a
dispatch or that date to The St. Louis
Donor . a t reporting that Gen. Lane !mil
arrived at, Lexingtou. IV of the truth
of this statement there' seems to have
. heen no positive knowlege in St. Louis on
Saturday. On the whole, 'tiering the,
round-about way in whicl the report ofi
Mulligan's surrender co s, thetfact that
`is said to have taken place early on Fri
day morning, and that no such inform.
tion, -in any other way, had reached St.
Louis yesterday morning, there is certainly
room for hope that it is without founda
tion. .We shall undoubtedly know ;he
truth in the course of the day.
" At Blue Mills ,Landing, on the Missis
sippi River, on. the 17th inst., a desperate
fight took place between 500 of the Ist 1
lowa Regiment, under Leiut.-Col. Scott,
and about 4000 of the Rebrls. After an
hour's fighting, Col. Scott retired slowly
and in good order. Afterward Col. Smith's
command came to his aid, but night fell
before the, fighting 'could be renewed ;
when morning again came the enemy had
retired, and there was none to strive
against. In this engagement Lieut.-Col.
'eat lost 5 killed, 84 wounded, 8 missing.
_,., From Kentucky we have a proclamation
from Gen. Robert Andlcrson calling on
. .., the loyal citizens of the State to sustain
and for the Government. The rebel,
' Gen. Buckner has also -issued a prochuna•
tion, wherein he makes a lying - pretense
, of aiding the State to preserve a neutral
position, and promising to depart with his
troops as.soon as the National forces leave.
Private advices from the State speak of
the spread of the. Union feeling, and say
, that the approach of Gen. Buckner has
aroused the indignation of the people,
who are rushing to arms for the purpose
of assisting to drive the Rebels, from their
• soil. .
A deserter from the. Rebel army, just
arrived in Washing too, says that Beaure
gard has 185,000 men under him; that
they are well fed, well shod, well clothed
that they are regularly paid, and in ex
cellent health and spirits; On the other
hand, a person described as a most intel
ligent man,just from Manassas, states
that the Rebel army is demoralized, that
great -nutubers of them aro leaving for
their homes in the Gulf States, and that
they have not even force enough to defend
themselves from out attack, to say nothing
of moving on to Washington.
FROZE "OUR BOYS II IN CAMP.
HARRISBURG, Sept. Bth; 1861.
D ar IVVe and Children : After
ing I sway° and its long-to-be-remember
, icenes,lve drove as rapidly as'possible
to Wellsville. About three miles . out we
Were met by the firemen in.nniform; the
citizens in carriages, and a large company
of horsemen extemporized for the occa
sion, all preceded by a band of musicians
playing national airs. banners were
streaming over the streets and waving
from carriages, and all was excitement,:
bustle and parade. After marching
l around the town, the soldiers and citizens
who had accompanied them were furnish
ed, with an excellent supper by the ladies
of Wellsville. The cordial greeting and
grand reception and entertainment our,
bmvehoys met and received at Wellsville
will' be long and - gratefully reme,mber r ed.
At o'clock A. M. Friday, we Wore 'es
corted by the firemen with their torehes,
and accompanied by the band and many
citizens to the depot,where we bid a final
adieu to our friends and started for the
scene of'. strife`„ Just as the vaporti of
night were receding before the rising sun
we reached Elmira, when we learned that
the ears on the Williamsport road were
all pre-occupied and we could not go on
till next morning at 4-45. The sqldiers
marched to camp and found quarters, for
the day. In the camp I found .Mr.Cian
dalband Sawyer, the two men that used
to work for Cool* The men are com
fortably quartered and fed and are in good
spirits. About 1400 men are now in
camp. At the appointed time we, left
Elmira and after a pleasant ride reached
Harrisburg, at about 1 o'clock P. M., and
Camp Curtin at about ,2 P. 3.1., without
accident. -Tents, rations, cooking uten
sils, blankets, &c.,, , ivere immediately fur=
nished and the tents pitched and all things
comfortably arranged for the first night in
camp. All in good spirits. What 'our l
future arrangements will be is not yet de- !
termined. My health is as good as when
I left home; I think better. I have
walked more since I left home than I
have before for a long time, and though
I get tired, I stand it pretty well. It has
not brought on any of that difficulty 'of
breathing which it has heretofore produc
ed. I certainly am tie worse off than
when I left home. Yours affectionately
As I promised you, Mr. Editor, I now
forward to you for publication the names
of the Potter County Volunteers under
my ceninwid, until we.arrived,at Camp
Curtin. When we left Potter we expect
ed to fight together; but, a part of our
oath is to obey the orders of the Comman
der-in-Chief : the Secretary of War was
calling upon our Governor to forward as
fast as possible ail_the men in Camp Cur
tin. But they could not all be uniformed,
and our men having been mustered into
the United States service and uniformed'
and armed of course was the first to march.
When we arrived here, instead of lying
around camp, we went to work. The . men
were examined, mustered into, the State
service and then into the U. S. service.
It was hard for us to part; I was - attached
to the 45th 'Regiment, commanded by
Col. Welch, who is now the commander
of Camp Curtin, and the men under the
emergency of the case, taken 'to fill up
Col' Knipe's Reg't. Both companies are
in one Regiment; Capt. Graves on the
right of Capt. Widger, and both on the
left' Battalion. They left Camp Curtin
cheering for potter and the Union, and
did not forget their former Major. Our
men all behaved, ow the march to this
plahe like gentlemen. We lay in camp
ten days, without the slightest disorder.
When I asked if they had enough the
answer was yes and to spare ; I saw my
self, some of the boys giving bread to the
poor washerwomen. Our friend McNam
ara has been appointed Dram-Major in
one of the Reginients now filling up.
Rees will go into the band of Vol.Knipe'S
Reg't. If any one writes to the boys,
direct in care of their Capt. 46t1i Reg't
P.! V Col. Knipe. They are 'new at
Washington ; no doubt will remain there
sometime. A. Butterfield, S. B. Bacon,
Joseph Ileeley and-- Anice were hon
orably discharged—not being able to pass
the inspection of the surgeons..
But there appeared among our number
one who was. dishonorably Aisaharged.
But the truth', must be told :1 Amery
Lewis of Hebron' was drummed out of
Camp by his Own company. The modus
operandi was this : a greased pcile, each
end on two the tallest men its company, a
white flag put into his hand and then
Lewis mounted, and was marched around
Camp to the, tune of the Rogue's March
and the mans and hisses of thousands
Lewis went before the-. Burgeon did not
pass on account of his eyes. I heard the
surgeon tell , him: that he did not want to
go, if he did biS eyes walla hurt not him,
and he would T./at him because he was a
coward: - The boys say theY saw him rub
his eyes. with tobacco spittle. Served'
I thank the 'kind friends of eotidei
sport = an d: Barclay. of Sinnemahoning
for the material - aid furnished. It
comes in play foi postage'and paper but
more than all for washing and tobacco !
Yours for the Union now - and forever,
JNO. M. KILBUORNE,
Major 45th Reg't P. V. •
P.S.irnol strange th^t so many of
our men should Volunteer in othei States,
thereby deprive their families of the ben
efit of the State f appropriation. Families
of Volunteers in other States are not sub
ject to the Relief Fund.,
lts..The folldwing are the Officers and
Members of the two Companies from our
Captain—J. IL Graves
'lst Lient. 7 —Truman Bacon
2d Lieut.-11. 11. Rathbone
Ist Serge:int.-4 B. Stewart -
2d do. —Wm. L. Shattuck
3d do —J. C. Wilkinson k"
4th do --b'reeman Brizze
sth do .;—C. A. Estes
Ist Corporal—E A. Craves
2d do —Luther Brizze •
-3d do —Thos. Kenyon
4th do _ Noyes Snyder
Gilbert Kenyon' Titus Nichols'
3. S. Heeley. Henry Nichols
Luther Brizzee . Wm. A. Hodge
E. G. Lovell
Sti ells Keliyon
A. P. Crane
J. 11. Smith
A. Butterfieldt •
Wm. J. Buzzee
C. S. Brigham
C. C. Cavanaugh
J. T. Rathboni3
M. R. Phillips'
M. H. Ingraham
F. S. Olney
O. A. Palmatier
Reuben 0. Plants
W. A.. Whittier
Wm. R. Clark
H. J. Warner
F. W. Lovel
W. B. GRAVES
F. A. Smith
S. B. Bacont
H. M. Munson
Chas. B. Welch
Geo. H. Barnes
James H. Colo.
Geo. W. Pearsall
V. Kenyon • "
*Drummed out of Ctinip
-Honorably discharged by the Surgeon.
Curtin Rifle Gu ! ards:
Captain—Wm. D. Widger
Ist Lieut.—Math. J. Mills
2d Lieut.—G.'• W. White • •
lst Sergeant—J. H. Austin
2d •d 3 —Daniel . H. Judd
3d ' do —Clarendon Darling
4th do —Wm. L. Green
sth do =-Al e t Reed
Ist Corporal—Allen ran •
2.d. do —Norman W. Vance
3d do —Charles - arret
4th do --G. W. A . Meister
sth do —Seth Mullin
Gth do —Step len Darling
7th do —Hen Rogers
Bth do —John . Crosby
' Musicians—Abram L. Leonard, Sidney L
Parker, Oliver J. Parki
Robert M. Anson
David B. Baker
Alanson L. Baker
G. W. Barr
Philo L. Baker
Isaac B. Baker
Wm. A. Butler , .
Penis H. Cheesbro
Wm. F. Card
Aneon A. Cone
H. H. Croak
E. R. Dimmick -
Stephen R. Green I
VT. Hallenbeck ,
Phillip L. Jones
Edition E. Kelley
Clark A. Lamont
David B. Lowry
Recruiting officer E. B. Hart, left this
place Jast Monday morning with the fol
lowing named . persons, for Company E
Campbell's Artillery : •
L. S. Cole, Stephen Reason, F. F 1 Ly
man. W.T. Brine,.Erastus Ames, J. W.
H. Bell, M. P. Dimrniek, Gee. A. Tut
tle, J. Lincoln; A. Posmer.
Thos. E. Cochran, of York has been
nominated President Judge of the dis
trict formed by that and Adams county.
EDITOR `JOURNAL ; We notice in-your
issue of the .tilth inst. ‘lrloien-.'T l iel4:o:l',
signed "Many Citizene l : wher,in obetoj
the statementthai meeting iof mti
zens adopting ‘ 'the resolutiensl,einh'odied
therein, was irrespectivc of Party. We
are glad that "Many Citizens] ,liave
placed their' well.knOwn vera+y, under
neath !this asseitiOn. We had labored
previously under the impression that none
other than tliemfaithful," 'with .'perhaps
a whiskey bibbing !RePtiblican''or tyro,
were admissable to the eoUncil; in .short,
sve stipposed the iNtig !ta be altogether
rather of a "dark lantern" affair: Mr.
Editor, to us it does not seem .possible
that Republicans ivouid consent to-be
mean themselves by con Sorting with mere
political tricksters, whose flimsy, pretenc
es so .illy conceal ! the, real design ; men
Who have been distinguishedl fiir a life
long oppOsition to. Republican! principles
and institutions, who,„Will not Ihesitate to.
stoop to almost' anything provided it gives)
them a chance for breaking up the Re
publican organization, who to-daY would
give in the proportion of five to accom
plish, the overthrow of that Party, much
more readily than one lin support,of the
Union in this its hour of peril.l
The longer we dwell upon this, , the more
earnest do we become 'in the cOnvietioU
( that 'no Republican could . so far lower
himself in his own esteem .as, to;unite in
any ptilitical move whatever,; with such
men. Irthere iie any such, in tihe tanks
of buiparty, they deserve tgrbe branded
as traitors to their prOfessal
and as such drummed from Ithelranks to
',11( lf "The It ' 10, h."
D. S. Garret
'Volacy D. Sackett
ie Anne cu ~ogee's Mre..
Let us examine the ante4ents of that
convention : It was hompd,elli of men
who advocated the same prin iples at the
election of Mr: Lincoln which 'lthey to=
, • • a .1
day advocate; who-have 1)11, tortk i and
are still putting forth gigan4e efforts in
support of the 'war for the rnion, and
against the success of the iehellicn, in
whose folds we are 1307' enveloped ; who
, . t
support and endorse shell ii+e f as Daniel
S. Dickinson of New York", ids l eph Huh
of Kentucky, and Gen. Drit, together
with hosts of others,' all obi 'and tried
Democrats, who rising abov4arty preju
dice's, and discarding•all pielouS politiMl
differences, have nobly col forward itri
• I ;
support of the Adininistrati ni l and Gov-
eminent; who to-day ere taxugl their en
ergies to the utmost' to cr l sh out the
slaveholder's rebellion. Here are the facts.
Now does not this self-styled- “Un4n
l'icket" cabal give the lie.fro their oWn
declarations? We propose ,to Show Oat
it does. Analyzing the firstClau"se lin
i i I meani+
their resolutions, we find it o just
this, nothing more oriess:; ' depre
ca the late sectional conve tioh." "We
PO. C. Hopkius
R. F.- Harris,
Wm. J. Brown
Aenes Munson -•
Geo. S. Kenady
David MasohO ✓
A. J. Swift ,
0. A. W. Swift
H. B. Harris
J. a Staysa
I. C Staysa
Alvah A. Gaff • '
lA. W. Robbins,
I Leonard Briggs
E. A. Richmond
W. B. Graves
E. A. Cobb ..
P. H. MeDearmott
Chas. F. Patterson
C. E. Lovell
deprecate the existence of he, sectional
party to which it belongs." We depre
cate the• election of Abrah ru! Linco
elected by the votes of said arky, the
ponent of that party's . princii:le, arid per
force a Sectional president! Then fol
loWs - ,, as a matter of course-, the wolf Cry
"Sectional War." Where ndw. 'do we find
our "Union" friends?' Jut here:
are for the Union, you arcln4 ; i'the South
is sight, you are wrong; coin: let
s have peace. qic6 to tit l e slave power
. 1 :
.the. offices. Give t 041414 the privi
lege of holding slaves. Let,them reopen
the African slave trade. Dfrall this 4nd
as 'Much more as'they shall ilsk, and ire
'serve- the Union. This is itistl where nur
"Union Ticket" friends ;are fund d when
Chas. H. Rusher ,
Wm. Smith •
L. E. Sinsabaugh
T. M. Sinsabaugh
Henry F. Stoner
Fred. A. Sheldon
A. J. Ward •
C. H. Wickolf
T. L. Walker . •
T J. Mills
Pasco M. Miller
tuben Post •
George A,. Post
Nicholas Palmiter' `
Richard M. Preston
0. J. Rees
Dan. Clark, Jr.
we come to sift their positio
meats. Wonid "They Con dl
selves as others see them."'
Is it not plain , that the very
in; their resolutions give the;
after declaration, that "We a
ious to put down sectionalism
Eery lion in this great national' contest. " hvery
Dire of the men put lo nomination bYi the
late County Convention areih i pown tn be
stern, uncompromising Uuhin neri. Prom
the* very commencement ofl hostilities-to
the present, time, they have been! for
strengthening the hands of Ithe Adminis
tration in every‘legitimate p l ianner. flowl
if these men so earnestly seek the . goodl
of the people, why grope iiii4he dad: for:
the purpose of finding jsomething Upon
which to place the attention* the p4ple,i
leading them' to lose sightl of the main
ob4ects for Which We shorqd all strive
"the.preservation of the Union the pon=
Ftitution and•the Laws," and thus iiave
the way for are-construction in which the
people of the free North sh'all be made to
bow down and yield to tie unjust de
mends of the rebel, leaders-1i These same
men,-a few days ago hall not a Eril2o7l.
but a peace meeting. Thy may deny
this fact : should they do SQ, we arq pre
pared to bring the proof ;to . sustain our
assertion. Why did they not then ;tissue
their circular, headed "Yield to tho),Trai
tors and Give us Peace.!' Wo will tell
c . ou why ;!stlaiply because they discovered
Unmistakable evidences that it Would!not
"take;" that the people were not ; yet
ready to tolerate .any such cry nor 'the
Men who Shouldgive utterance to‘it. 'The
desire was , in. their ,hearts; and to-day
!the..samei, Motives ,actuato them=,whiCh
ibund voice! On that day; in the howl for
ippace. teti l ay we and'e wa
tviord, not; peace:, ibat unanimity to suP
rport_the Voion, and anxiety to pitt down
the rebellion, which i means with them,
;draw the wed, oven the eyes of Repuhill
cans SUfdtient4 to enable them'to elect
their Whiskey 'Judges, 'when; with a Ali
cense .to every, doggerY in the conaty,
they will be prepared !with the levers
With which, to carry, ,succeeding. elections.
We ere afa loss-to knots what is meant
by feting, away our. securities. We have
had none voted away that we know Of.
In. fact We do not know that we have lost
them in, anY mariner. - We have put our
selves to the trouble of enquiring of Our
friends and they ire also in: the dark
We do not; even) knew what is meant'by
" ManviCitizene in bringingUp so graVe
a charge. l'Perhaps i •they may have had
something koted away; shouldn't mtieh
wonderi—if so 4,e are exceedingly sorry,
and should they be willing to enliAten
us upon this point', we promise.-ttrgivilt .
our earnest attention, and by every hon
orable means, assist theMl in 'their lauda
ble endeavors to rCdretleir wrOngs.
One 'Avoid. more; ens of Potter,
the "Ut 'Ti6ket" nien who:a are nqw
trying the .vilest ttlickery to despoil
yciu of I ,yoUr votes,,huve held the reina.ofl
.power in .by;;7e• tiwes. You alllknow
with Witat!a lrtve.h Land they dispeUsed
justice,: what ability they brought the
• 1 1,
adwinistration. of ; affairs, how devotedly
they looked after the interests of the peo
ple; with :I;:hat Isolicit4de ;they watched
after the taxes--"your, taxes and aline."
You linoW all this. !It is not necessary
that we dWeI! upoti• it. We can but'fbe
lic.Ve tlat . lat the doming election you Will
adchinip.er to them: the just rebuke Which
they hare so long ;and so deservedly Wet.-
ited. I '1
UsEl C;i..w.r.liiiv—There is no : small
thing:Which go . o& housewives should be
so eantioiiS about:Procuring : as Saleratps.
It costs :a" family but. a trifle, therefore
thy are:not always a l l s particular about
,the quality they get as they should be.
Allhough;it does :not cost you much to
begin with, it may be dear in the eLld,,as
iMpurd Saleratuos• the cause of much
diseas. Got, B. licLitrid
Chemieal;Salerattis; nod you will have an
alrtiele that 1.4 perfectly pure, harmless
and healthy. - :
gEX'There are;a few so-called Demo
irUtie leaders in the country whO math-
lotly care nothing fors the future of our
Country, if only theAepublican party can
be overtiiiown. ??Oto,. Th'ese miserable
Creatures,itand alone among - the' people
4$ the, apniokists For .treason and sympa
thizerS with: the hideous sin of secession.
They 'tryiin. vatn .to ride their criminal
'frisbee for the success of the great ebn
spirdcy; theyendear,or at: time& to. talk
triotisi,n, but it•is do mixed with trea
son that the awkward effort fails" of sue
tess, i I •,
••, Election !.• '
7":„ . „,auISvAN,T to an Act of the General As
a. sembly.of the Cominonwealth of Pcnnsyl 7
cfinia entitled '.:An Act retatiu,g - to the ado
tiOns of this common Wealth;" approved 'the
Second a 4.. of July, A. D. one thousand eight
lihndred and thirty-nine, I,: WM% P. BURT, -
heritf 'of•the: county, of Potter, Pennsylvania,
do hereby make knOwn and give notice:to:the
lelectOeS of the county .afmesriid, that a Gene
ral Eleetidn will be held in the said county of
Potter on ;the Second Tuesday (eigth) of.oc
kaber,!lBol, at rwhith time State and County
01.1 1 flicers, as follows, are to be elected, to. wit :
One persOn for Pf•esldent Judge of ; the'•lth
J i ildiciai District, comprising the counties of
Tioffajotter, Idckcan, Elk, and Cameron.
T ' Wo Perlsons foe Meinhers , of the HonSe of
'Represedtatives of the General AssentblY of
PenOyi*tnia, in Conifuiction with the county
of Tioga; to represent the counties of Tioga
and Potter. , ;
persons, for Associate Judges for POtter
count .T. ; •,
.; • Onq person - for Commissioner of the county
of Pott.e.. ' .1
Onq, iferson for Auditor of the bonnty of
oa4erson 'foe Coroner of the county of
lie to !the
re all aux
I alsolmake known and give. notice, 1113 in
and hy the 13th section of the aforesaid act I
am direeted„that eqry persbn; excepting,ks
ticesof :the Peace, who holds any office or
appointMent of profit or trust under the Ger.-
ernm6i 'of the. MIRO States or of this State,
or of any; city or incdrporated district,w halter
a cornmissioned Offi4er or otherwise, a subor-
dinate officer or agent, who is or shall be ern
ployiitl under the legislative; judiciary, or ex
ecutiye departMents,of this State or United
State l s, 'Or of iiny)city or incorporated district,
and also ; flint 'every !member of Congress! and
of the-State Legislature, and of ilseselect and
common omi: l 6ll3f any city, or conimissioner
of any incorporatedi district, is by lawincapa
ble of holding or exercising at the IS2IIIIO 'time
,the Orb or. appointment of Judge, Inspector,
or clerk °fent- election in this Commonwealth,
•and that nd Inspector or Jiidge, - or otlietj. offi
-cer 9f , ny subh election shall be .eligible to
be vpted for. •
Also, that in the fourth Section ofti the Act
of 4ssernbly,l entitled "An :Act reiatilig 'to
elecliorm and for other purposes'," approyed
April 1860,,it is enacted tkat the+ afore
said'l3th section shall not be,so "cons - rimed as
to prevent any 131ilitary Officer or Borough
officer - from serving as Judge, Insgeeloi, so'
Clerk of any general or special election ih this
It is farther directed die tateting of the
retard Ittdges at the tburt !louse in Coad er .
s port tOpltke olit the general returns, shad
:Be on the first. Friday succeeding the general
°fiction, which trill be the 11th day of octo:
. . .
.I also hereby make known and give notice
that the places for holding the aforesaid gei - ,
erat (election in the several townships and
boronghs• within the county Of Potter, ate ga
follows, to 'wit:
For the township :Of Abbott, at the Germ.
I nin Hotel, in said township... .
For the township of Allegany l at the school
tu;iirsc near the Place IhriierlY oirtted by clit 3 .
ter. AndrewS, in said township.
For the township of Bingham, at the 1.10%160
1 of A. It. Lewis, in said township.
For the township of Clara; at the school
biome near.Sala Stevens', in said township.
-- For the .township
"of Eulo.lia, at the New
gaud House in the boro`ogh,of Coudersport,.
For the township of Genesee, at the'house '
formerly occupied by S. B. llaseo,inEllisbur g
For the township of Harrison, at the house
recently occupied by Ira Bartholomew,in said
township. , , + • ,
!For the township of Hebron, at the school
house No. 5, near Henry Ingraham's, is said
township. i' .
- For the tawoship of Hector, at the Sunder.' ,
tin 'school house, ku J 'col; Peet's, in said
1 1 or township.hte toWnslrrFir7 fltic 7 k n, at the hoes° ./
formerly be. 'ed by B arse zw \ 3;t ,,.,, •24. Chap. _
I pH; in sai township. i- - ,--c l
For the t ' ',ship of Kea 'ng, a the Ito e •
of Pliny Harris, in said township..
For the township of Oswayo, at the Centro
school house in said township. /
For the township of Pike, at the hoise of
Elijah - Johnson, in slid township. •
For . the township of Pleasant Valley; at the
school lion e in said township.
For the ownship of Portage, at the Sizer
school hous in said township.
For the to tiship of, Roulet, at the school
house near orge Weimer's in said township
Fo :the to -nsltip of Sharon, at the Sharon
Centre - , cho house, near John Voorhees'.
For that wnship of Sweden, at the house
of Asena b Tagg,art in said township.
For tic township of Stcwartson, at the - i
House of J. S. Clerk, in said township.
For the ,township of &nava, at the libbse
formerly occupied by Hot Cook, now JoWathati
Redson, hi said township. ,
For the township - of Sylvania, tit the 'school
house near J. M. Rees', in said township.
For the township of Ulysses, at the hOuse ' I
Of Atlas Bennett, in said township. -1
For the, township of West Branch, at the
house of S. M. Cimable, in said township.
For toiynsizip of Wharton, nt the house
of Stephen Horton, in township.
For the borough of Coudersport, at the
Court House in said borough..
Given under my bond ; this 2d day of Sep:
F. BURT, SirfT.
Coudersport, Sept. 4, 1561
JOHN S. MANN,
ATTORNEY AIM COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Couilersporti Pa., will .attend the several
Courts in Potter and .WKcan Counties: Ali
business entrusted in his :care will receive
prompt attetition. in_
corner of Wee 6
and Third 'streets:
ARTHUR G. OLMSTED,
, ATTORNEY? &' COUNSELLOR LAW;
, . Coudersport, Pa., trill attend to all busindss
entrusted to his care, with promptnei and
Bch ty. - Office on Soth-rest eorner of 31sin+.
and Fourth streets.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Coudersport, Pa., witi
attend, to all business entrusted to him, with
care and promptness.;' Office on Second Bt.;
near the Allegheny Bridge.
F.. W. 'KNOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Coudersport, Pa., will
regularly attend the Courts in Potter and.
the adjoining Counties. " . •
• , O. T. ELLISON,.
PRACTICING PHYSICIAN, Coudersport, Pa.,
respectfully informs the citizehs of the Nil ,
Inge and vicinity that he will proenply re- -
spoiad to all calls for professional services,
Office on Main st., in building formerly oc'
• eitPied by C.. W. Ellis, Esii. •
• C.'S. it - , E. A. JONES,
DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, I'AINT
. Oils:, Fancy Articles, Stationery, Dry Good!,
Groceries, &c., Main st., Coudersport, Pa.
• • :D. E. _OLMSTED,
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, : READY-31AM
Clothing ) Uockery, Groceries, Sc., Main et.,
Coudersport, Pa. , .
N. W, MANN,
DEALER IN BOORS & STATIONERY, MAG'
AM ES and blnsie, N. W. corner.of Wiz
and Third sts., Coudersport, Pa.
COUDERSPORT , HOTtL,
D. F. GLASSMIRE, Proprietor, Corner of
Main and Second Streets, Coudersport, Pot'
ter 'Co., ,Pa.
L. BIRD, - . 1
suRVEX - 011, CONVEYANCER, &c., BROOK ,
LAND, Pa., (formerly Ctishingville.) Office
in his Store building. " .
'ANDREW SANBERG & BRO'S•
TANNERS AND CURRIERS.—Hides tanned
on the shares, in the best manner. Tan
nery on the . east- side of Allegany river.
Coudersport, - Potter county, Pa.--4
IL I. OLMSTED. .. . . .. . 8. D. KELLY.
01,11ISTED & KELLY,,
REALER IN STOVES, TI - N .t.BII.EhT IRAN
- WARE, Main st., nearly opposite the Court
House, Coudersport, • Pa. Tin and Sheet
Iron Ware made to order, in good style, on
BLACKSMITH, Fourth street, -between Wu.
and West Streets, Coudersport, Pa., is pre4
pared to do all kinds of work in bis line,
on the most reasonable terms. Produce
taken in payment.' •
EZRA STARKWEATHER, ,
BLAdKSMITH, would inform his former ens- -
tomers and the public generally that he has'
reiistablished a shop in the building form
. erly occupied by Benj. Kennels in Couders-
port, where he will be pleased to do all'
kinds of Blacksmithing on the most reason-;
able terms. Lumker, Shingles, and all .
kinds of Predate taken in exchange for
work. 13 34:
I .Z. J. THOMPSON',
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKER and •Lin'''
PAIRER, Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa., takes
this method of informing the pub
liegmin general that he is prepared
tO'do all work in his line with promptness,
'in a workman-like manner, tint' upon the
most accommodating terms. Payment for
Repairing invariably required on delivery of
the work. Ma. All kinds of FItODUON
taken on account °two&