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T op POTTER COINT - Y4131340•TA-1 ,
•IS the only paper published m Potter bounty,
cirinletes among; an intelligent clan
Cle, and is . thus an excellt,meilitunlor both
ity and Country Adverti e s n ing..
Transient Advertisements andAliose from a
distance must be Cash or haveyelponsible re-
Ali co mtmications, to receive attention ;
we st be directed to the EditOr, and contain
the name of the writer. attention paid to
snontmoto comnannications. _ •
Tf.llll3.—One copy,one year, $h Six copies
S 5; Tirelve copies, $10; Twenty Copies, $l4,
with one tc the person raising the Club:- The
snoney must accompany the names.
co 7d e rsport, Wednesday &arum 1403. ps, 1562..
Local and . Ge;nei-al.
gErSee New Advertisements:
Dr.-Wm. B. Ilynn's Dental Treasury.
Mansfield Iron Works--The day changed
for holding the election of Directors. • ,
Simmons new advt. nest week—Another
Storkrof Goods just received:
s 'The time allowed•by low for shooting
partridges and rabbits expired on the first of
this month. • Persons too fond of hunting had
better be careful that they do not subject
themselves to prosecution. •
WEETLY says, very truly and
emphatically, "After the revelations of this
rebellion, and in the circumstances of this
time, whoever extenuates or• defends slavery
whatever maybe his view of :the tree method
of riddance—must be at heart a traitor."
The Philadelphia Press now ciinnlates
four thousand fire hundred copies o airy in the city
vf Washington. The . Press is one of the best
toned, most_ ably-conducted papers in the
country.' Unite some city journals we might
time ; it is not filled day after day with petty
objections to the policy of the Administration
under the guise of extraordinary losai ty, but
boldly, manfully and unreservedly stipports
that policy—cordially upholding the hands of
the. President, and strongly advocating the
maintenance of the Government at all hazards
It richly merits the success it is realizing.
re.,The following are the officers of Cap t.
Josss' Company, as tl . )ey noli• Stand :
Captain—A. F. Jones; Coudersport.
ist Lieut.—R. Z. Roberts, Ronlett. -
Lieu't.—Harry Baker, Bingham. .
Se•geants-Ist, Letvis A. Wood. Sharon;
1 B. \Linn, Coudersport: 3d. John Reed,
Pleasant Valley ; .4th. S. F. Hamilton, c.70i.1-
dersport; sth. 0. A. L'.3lri.S., Ulysses.
CorPorals—lst. Edson Hyde, Clyises;. 2d.
J. W. Stevens, Harrison; 3d. Smith P. Finch,
Hebron ; sth, Martin Weimer, Roulet t
John A. Wyliotl; Cameron Co.'; 7tb, Wm. W.
Drown, Bingham ; SOIL Rinaldo McDonald,
The address of the Cdrupanj7 . is Co. G, 53d
Regt. Care of Col. John r. Droola., Alexan
l:e-We print on our first , page, the very
eloquent speech of Hon. S. B. Elliott, of Tioga
Gunn•, delivered in the House of Represent
ative; on Monday evening last. The speech
was in response to the remarks of lion. Geo.
W. Zeigler, who had indulged in a. defense of
'the claim of Jesse D. Bright ;to a seat in ill;
'nited States Senate, the debate in the Ilonse
then being On the Senate resolution instruct
ing our Senators in Congres.s! to vote for the
expulsion of the traitor Bright from his seat
in the Senate of the United Stitte.s. It will be
observed by a perusal, that the speaker holds
the true ground of no American citizen only
occupying ore position in this contest. he
cannot be loyal while he sympathizes with,
Cr.apologizes for traitors. He must devote
his energies and resoUrees to the government,
and when he fails to do this, he is undeserv
ing not only of the confidence of that govern
ment, but unworthy of u seat in its legislative
halls. We cenitnend, Mr. Elliott's speech to
the careful perusal of our readers.—llarris
'The good news received within the last ten
liars has Ofrown sunshine into every face. The
gratifying fact is being - demonstrated to every
one that we hare a government—a government
cf - apable of asserting itself against the most
formidable opposition. The fate of the rebel
lion is virtually sealed. The new Secretary
of War has forced the Generals to do some
thing by the eaampl of his own energy.
Weak and vascllating officers have been su
perseded by those who are brave and in earn-!
'est, Slaveri-loving, rebel-cheering, protests
against invading the sacred soil are no more !
heard of. The cry is changing from the!
"Union :and Slavery" to "the Union, Slavery
or no Savers." The •North LS more firmly
united to-day than it has been At any time'
during the war, and the truth that Slavery I
must die if the country is
,ever preservad is'
now more= Apparent thaiti:erer./ Eminent 1
southerners, it isrumored, have pronounced
the rebellion a failure. The trouble with for
eign nations, which seemed but a short time!
since so i:nminent, is now almost avoided ;Mill
adieu the news ofortr - successes reach the na- i
tions pf Europe, it will serve, to strength - en
their convictions - that '''strict neutrality') is
"advisable, aye, is absolutely necessary to theic
own peace and safety. England, when she
sees that preient events seem to foreshadow
an early crushing out of treason, will not be
hasty in risking her hold of the British Artier
ican poisessions. The Queen, in her speech
to Parliament, fivors a strictly neutral course,
and so do many of the prominnnt men of the
nation. Then, huzza! for our able Generals
and brave soldiers! linzza l f for lionest "Old
Abe" who has so energetically and efficiently
devoted himsel"' tto the task' dev,olved upon
Ma. by lhis official Oath-of maintaining the
Constitutien and enforcing the laws! Efuzza!
for Secretary' Stanton, who has. learned, to
grapple with "treason in high ' places" and
make Fort Lafayette do good service ! Ruzza !
for 'every-member* of the Cabinet who has
given his efforts to the arduouswork. „Maw I
for the,pepple:.-..vitthey will_ °WI wait_ until •
fittie is given to _tripe out erery vestige ,of
slam? tiiiusoff.. -- . . - • - - ...._-,
copy the following notice_ Of C7apt. J. H:
Gams, of thiSeotmty,!from the ' l Philadelphia
Inquirer.• , • . •
liptcocK,ll.l.,Jan.3l.—The Iltird Brigade,
GCn!rnl;l34prq.:piri,siOn s ..,General Warr..re
commanding, cpnaisfilig pr the . pifth'Bonnect:
icuti -- Twetity-ftht .! - ,lCesr, York, Forty sixth
Pennsylvania, and Nineteenth Niai - York Reg
imen...B is stationed here. The Rebels are
almost daily in the habit of s oFiiag them
selves on the high_bluti across tie Potomac;
Which, at this plane is!sinite na 'arc.. Some
times, they come in small parties, and at oth
ers a Whole cavalry company will be seen re
garding us with conshierable•ctiriosity. It is
supposed, that there are about 3004 of them
cticaespedrit titfir miles ; back
frobi th - e among
them is Oolonel Ashby, With thel "Black Horse
Cavalry." Last week there was but two com
panies of infantry and one of Ca alrY there.
On Monday last, Capt-Gas.rgs; of the Forty
sixth Pennsvfianki i i crossed the river with a
party of fifteen men for the"piirpose of opeting
a road, across which a breastwork had been
thrown by our troops previous toltbe,'shelling"
of Hancock, to the passage of some
Union families who were desiroUS of crossing.
to our side of the iiferTeaptaia Otto - Es, after,
setting his men at work, left t t iliern• in charge
of his sergeant, and; accom anied by his
corporal, Started thrOugh the Woods towards
Bath, on a scouting, expedition.. succeeded
in approaching within a mile of ilie ,town,
anck after learning all he could front ob.serv
atiCitywas on.,his--return, and sick in,a mile
. of nit ere 'llls 'Men - were stntione
self hear the edge Oa cleated s.pace when he
discovered two nionuted Rebels in pursuit.-
Captain GRAVES and -cornpuniim drew their
_quictij- waited ! for them to
come nr. f
They_rode up,to...vithin one hundred yards
and then reined uplheirhorsesi ,- * St this mo
ment nine or tea others appeart in sight ; the
two first then drew their carbines and the
Whole party, Tutting spurs . toII thidr, horses,
chaiged down updn the two r iordsts. The
Captain took, to the woods, and i pace the cor
poral orders, in a loud tone tol 'deploy right
and left, as skirmishers." .Thl •rebels,.s.uP , "
posing him to have a large - party in conceal
ment, immediately .wheeled. their horses and
tlel - Capt. Cuarns and the cdrporal, laugh-.
ing neartily at the success of: tlheir ram, rap
rejoined their party:
$25: El PLO TM EN:Il i : , $l5
'We will pay from: $25 to $ l 5 per month,
and' all expenses, to active A.t 3 ie . nt, or give a
commission. Particulars sent t ree. Address
Eus SB . WING MACHINE COMPA?.:1):11. JAMES :
General Agent, 31i1an,' Ohio,'
111 HE Advertiser, having be . en :restored to
I health in a very few weeks b,y ; r: Tery sim
ple remedy after haying suffered several years
with a severe Itinm affection, aral that 'dread
disease, Consumption—is antious to mate
known to his fettti7 - sufferer:4 the means of
cure. To all wilO desire it; he will send a c6p3 - ;
of the prescription used, Of eiprge,)with
the . direction for preparing and Usiag the same,
whiclythey' kill' find' a sure ure..f.ii'Colisianip
tiOn,-Asthma, R:ronctitas,4U. Tlie only ob,
jest of the subscriber in sendiriz the Prescrip
tion is to benefit the afilieted,anasPread infur- 1
mation which he conceires.:to ;invaluable.
and be hopes every sn ffe:rer wsil try his ITMC:-
dy, as it rill cost them nothing and may
prove a blessing
. Parties. vashing.the prescription will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WLILSON,
Kings County New Y.ork.
Hosi".tal. at Aleiitudria, Va.,
ASHLEY A. LEACH,; of typhOid. fever, aged
about 21 t ears, fortherly.of Heietor township;
Potter county, Pa. - . . .
! At the Brigade Hospital, HancOck3ld., Jan.
28th, 18C2, Private A. J. WARLD of Company
j /L, -16ttk Regiment, P. V.
• - 1
j • Auntlicr of the brave band '
- , lwich, -started
from Potter the ISt of SepteMberi 1861, has
gone. The news, sad n so 7 owf.-4 ,v 49 ogh
it be; is passed frdin'one•to - anotber of 'us' his
comrades. "Three of us gorte,' , and who neat,
will be called ?" We know nntbp.t wait tuts
sorrowfully, for a ntici?be'r . laor are
already very ldw..lToo soon it COMO,
As a soldier, a Man, and a tlonirade, Ward
was loved by us dutylliowever,arno
ous and disagreeable made him shrink. His'
never-failing cheerfulneSs wiis a source of
pleasure to all. He has fallen early but glo
riously; and has done all:LeverYthing for his
country that one can :,lie 'sacrificed/his
life. "I want to do all in my , power for my
countr?' were his words to me ,as • we, were
leaving :Potter: . He ha:*•P - orke'd zenlonsly,,
nobly, anti ace-ottiplished
[ At the same place and in thi
I ny, on-the 7th inst., Orderly S
I AVSTIN, in his 26th year.. _ ~
And the' tidings of another g
r Well lofed, teal have come asl unexpected as
I Sudden. - Serzeant.Austio. jo itted.us at Troy,
I Bradford Co -, was elected 'Orderly -Sergeant .
at ,liwisbn vgr.nti acted in thaF papacity when
hiS health permitted_ until his death._Prolta
-1 bIY he would have been our 2d Lieui. in a
Ishore time: Soda'. a tier cio - a I Val - upori the
POtomac he *as talien'sielrankl:lias been ur.- .
Ider • medical treatment since _However, hO.
resumed duty I think while at Frederick;' !
From that time be improved surely. t gagh_l
slowly until .for sonic cause W taken Sudde
nly and dangerously ill. In r alfew iionis *LS l i
1 urconseious and . retrinirted 'so matt of the]
I time until 'his death, which kook place but.
three days after. ' SlrrowfullYwOliaried hiliti
Ifu we had all lost a. friend-Lthe country a
1 , Eour times have we,in less than five months ;
'll2o'lz:tied last comrad&s -• but iltcy are notlost
1 - - - • s''
to' ns. Their memory is still i green in our ,
hearts-taidalialllivetwhire dur. r dotiutd is re-'
membered. Twti of them officers. Brit fluA
fell without a stain. None knetv them but -
1 specled them. . ' . . I Co. IL- -1
• NOTICE-1 ,
has . Teti
W x;; t l,ed 'mY i
and lrtL a io n t e and h just
Ouse or _prorocatieu, I therefore forbid- ali
perscins harboring or trusting i her on my, ac-
count, u.sl shall ao , debts Of her;entray„
tipg After this date. TEE . :4I., 1:111:1PRE.
!Wharton, Feb. 24,486.2 pd—
PRXCE Ar:lirn.RENX's ,
PO - meted eyery.WednesdnY •
RISS CO: - :WholeStile and' et~tii
Dealers 4n Groceries an iofitsions, To all Familia:a, of ITOltulitiAt
Fl:Glalisittire f sli otel3; - race itut
-f- • , A rgo ,-• ,lssi g, trxt - iit
sn har aL e b L ott ß l f E or BLE CA S T lr ci ll`r ytt A ls ir s i t YLl3 l
• ; ' 1011 '; OLD-, CUSTOMERS, NOTWITBSTAN_Di
Beeswax "+? •- - THE GREAT Rrsg IN GOI - ASol4- . NE!
--1 •''• S LT- OttOES
• quart - 171. R EADr'-p , Ar . , r
: 3 7 f ,• 44 I tilt e - tioi - -gonfd' . irr ;: s i n " DI
Butter, l lb., • • 1S- LARS worth of OOOds on hand, that
Cheeskt,-- ,•,- • -- - - on tp nt the following - - - prices: •
Cotu, r,3 -
e° Ist. Fan:al/es of Voluateers, I:100D PRL
Corti eaif per cwt i 1 50 ' - ' 2 .. 0 ° front 10 to - 1 - '7`. wort/
44 • Ne York from 12 to N.
Flour extra; ' . 2 .` 6So- 7 00 w
do T superfine' ":-- - , 550-6 00
Hams;• 121- - 15'
Hay, Iv ton, • fir>ii 600
Efone - y, per lb:, I - 0 -- -1 2 }
Lard, = " ' • _ 10 I.t
Sagar, per lb., :8 • 12
Oati,lsill bush., . 25 .1;40
Onions, . 50 75.
Pork , -1 - - •21 00 '23.00
•do 1 . 7. 1 th, " 10 13
do lin whole hog, lb., -__ 6 71
Potattes, per bush.„ . - 37.1
Peaces, dried, re iba f : • .25
Poilltry,l4 lb:, • - 5
Rre, --Per . • - ' ' 63 75
Salt, - re bbl., 275 350
do r? sack, - - .15
Trout, per bbl., 450 5 007
Wheat, te bush., - 100 1 12i,
Whi e Fish, 11 3 bbl., 4.50
Y ,5 00
- NT NICE is hereby-I,Yi vcin that there Will be
a meeting of the .Stoekholders of the
31an field Iron Works at the
,office -of said
Comb.any, in "Mansfield, Tioga County Pa..
on Saturtlar, the first day Of March next,
at oden3cloclt. P. 4, of said, day, for the .pur
posejof eicting'offlcers of said Coinpany, and
the transaction of other hnsiness.
A. P. CONE, Srcretary,
Fcb. 12th, 1862. - - • , -
PrIIIIE BEST OF FLOUR kept constantly'on
I. I band at the Post Office Store.
rr E Atlantic .11On:him for February is, re
ceived and for sale atthe Post Office..
ALSO, Harper, Petey:eon and the "new Aner
lican Patriotic Monthly—The Continental-
BSCRIPTIONS forwarded for any of the
istandard publications. and books procur
ed flora Boston, Philadelphia or New York,
on :short notice. Gite.us a call at the
ROWN SUGAR for - 10 cents per pound
and County orders taken nt 85 - cents on
. :the dollar at. the Post Office Store.
1 n. 8.
St - PIER' FINE FLOUR. for 51.85 per Sack, or
I. $5.25 per Barrel. •
of ever,y.aescription as cheap aican . he
,ed,jat tits POST OFFICE•STORE. -
kch. 13, 1862
• • I
- Executor's Notice.
'NOTICE is hereby. given that the, under
sinned bate been dulyqualified Us Ex
i ecutors of the estate of John Diright, deed,
. Hebron township, Potter county, Pa:.
esecutors residing in - the toWnship of
Hebron, county„afore - aid. All persons hat
. ingl claims 'against the estate of said decedent
ore requested to make known the same to said
!executors without deltic.
MARIAII IiWIGHT, Executrix,
NORMAN DWIGHT. Executor,
ecni4rport, Pa., Feb. S, 1863 • •
]- T 77 ------ 7
nit to exchatigiii for H orses, Wagons,lgiock
I Administrator's Notice. IVi
-Y , Good NoVs tir`Judet4nts. A! valuable
TOTICE is hereby given, that letters of ad- :
! Farm situate in Harrison towiiship,PoOer Co,
, , Pa., lving on the Old State road, leading from
1.. ministration on the estate of JOHN a' Spring Mills to Harrison 1 - 411ey And Westfield
BEL.'NET, late of Bingham township, Potter! Pal - Containing about 11.6 Acres, abbot SC!
county, dec'd, have been granted to the subi!!
j : Acres improved and in a
scribe: by the Register of. Potter county, 1 y! nition,, on which j is areee l d!" 4- large Writhe
whom all debt due to said !estate and claims !louse, good tarns. Ctrn House and other
on-Ai:lst the same, must be'presented for set- 1
~ , neces'sary out-buildings, 41 good. ApPle Or 4,
Gement or payment. W3l. P. COOl4
. ! ; chard coniaining i.omO twenty different kinds
Hebron, Jan. 8", 15 4 3 2. ! Adm'r i
I ,of Grafted Fruit, Shade Trces; &c,. The above
Farm, lies about' 1 mile froth Harrison j7alley,
! ittiles front Westfield and 6 miles from!Spring
!3fi/ls - htitl is a good Stock :and Grain I Farm,
- and will be sold so that any One that can make
a payment of 3 of 4 hundred dollars; down;
can make tl e farm pay for itself with; bis la 4
bor. Price, $2,300: for!particularsinquire
of Peter Simmons no* acepying said fart:ll,l;
or CH. SiinmOns l Oswayo :ill - age, :Pa, ' I
C. H. ! SIMMONS. !I
Copartnership The eopartnenhip here'
Mg Wore existing under t le firm.of Co' lwell
. t .. Lyman is this day dissolved.by mutual con-'
Sea. The outstanding concerns of the firm
will he adjusted hr B. S. Colts - ell & Co., wild
will use the signature of the firm in liquida
tidn. • • B. S. COLWELL:
136 11 2 ARRIS LYMAN,
WESTON BRO I S. 1
.olilette, Feb. 6,
• ' I
ITE undersigned have this dav - formed a
• Copartnership, under the firik of 8.. S
,Cdlwell k Co.; Allti will continue the - business
beretufore conducted by Colwell k Lyman. ',
B. S. COLWELL
•• • oulette, Feb, 6, ISO . 1
XTOTICE is hereby giren that the tinder
ill •• signed, Administrators of the estate of
Rains Thonipson, deceased, by. virtue
. of an'
! inkjet' of the Orphan's Court of Potter County,
PA-, will expose to public sale or outcry at
the Court House, in tile Born` - o - f Coudersport,
I oil Saturday tbelit - day ef - Marcb, A:D..1862. I
i at!l o'clock P. M., of said day, the interest *Of l
1 tli , decedent in following" der-cribed real es-1
!take, to wit": A certain lot of of land in. Jac- I
!so l o township, Potter Connty, Pa., bounded!
asl l follows : On the north by. a lot of land!
ctivikett-by .Charles Freeman, on -theeasr..k r y;
lands of Bingham Estate, on Abe south by i
la f lids of H. H.Deitt, and on the west by lands
o Bingham Estate, containing Fifty acres. - •
TE 14 '
with allowa which of six per cent:, of WESTERN 'HO
about 18 acres are improved: and-on 'irliich,lNos. 9. 11, 13, 15,17; CCiIIRTLANDT !MELT,
ire erected•une• lframe House and one Frame 'es Brodii;ay, :New York City.
3arn. To be sold to the . highest and i best
dlider. • - ' , This o d-established anillfavorite resort of
' theßnsi 'ess community hi... Sheen recently:re
fitted, and is cornplete in ererthing that - can
minister to the eointortof Rapittrons.+Latlita
and Families araispecially and 'carefully pro
vided f0r..1 . -;' -,-; I• • - f
-It is centrally located.-in Ithe business part
1 (of the city, and is contiguonts to the principal
!lints of steamboats, cars;•emnibuses, ferries.l . •
I , In consequence of the -pressure causeilib3-
ITA DWARE . the Rebellion, pines hare - been .reilneed.th .
.1 s.been so fortunate as to secure the seryt 1 'lle .table is itMply supidied witlil all the
eels of THOMAS J. BAKER, wh6 is making I luxuries of the season., and is equal to that of
a d mending"BoOts and Shoes in,his.lany other hotel iii the country. I: •
o it unexceptionable style, with-
~•AL i ple accommodations are offered for op=
. .sTOCK , . d f 400 - t '
I hive concluded to sell only for-war Don ° ot beli g e u re eb in s. nners - ",lia L e - kinen.Midothei
" - ' '.
• ' READY P4Y .! I who Mal Eiliy:f4ll6 - -Wisfeni Hoteris" full."
• • II 11? WINCRESTE% Pi - oprietior.
fr to Octoberl; 1861. •--- • - •. - - , ..
Will buy Ashes, Hides, Pelts andaome , lzuj : 4 ,.. D
,Trincheacti .. , , . . f ., ,19
Orainn.:: ' .- - - .7 - . • - •.,- - . „.- , ._ :1- . :• -:' .. '-- ' ,
1 ' E 'la 'a- a t - L 1 ''-t - )ji
n I roo ars I. o mall , . Cush o b iliq, l'i" Ti. JAYN'S FAMILT.IMD.R4ES, =for
isel . ——-- '''''' "--
7 . Fale at I
!Sept;l I -
.erg't J. HOXIE
l one and bne'so
. It. W. B,ENTON, AdminisirMor,
PHIDELIA THOSITSON, Admibistrairii
.ottdervort, Feb: 5, 1862; •
I ER. in
6:I.7IVATTMNTIONIQII;*OI-€O I 4S
71,'"qtefiLASE: - •
Good bEpons - t6m -
ZcormfeironB .t o ;-'t5.:;4
Good SE.EithGS for 1!)
Good SEGAE ii;:
Good TEA from SO, to 93 ctffj
SALE.RAf'dSiron'efo - 8 cts
FLOUR from $1.374 to $1'.50 per Sack. •
And all other kabd3 lit'proportion., A large
assortment 'will be. ; kept on hand andlsold
strictly 'for READY 'PAY,. at 'least 25 do 50
per cent beltsalthly:aoy Other
!Merchant that buya Goods at the present pri
ce's in New York. ..1-4
Should any one - from-A:distance call tmy
store and not find the goods 'pls' repres.ented, I
wilt pay them for their timeitirid expenies
so doing, should. L .at- the l- 14We,. -which I
shall iledviir to fie at all tune
In taking leftri Otpidd.c i pstoraira for the
I would that Panifillinkfhl for
the liberal patronage and prompt pay, that I
have received froin , most of Itherh; Arid
It4T4 is a 'ltrtif that t l rerytrue man ishould be':
enliste9 ; for the welfare of those whor have
made such great iacrifices for the goCal of
' their country . ; ,I will until 'our present war is
lclosed. 'try and deal for the' P‘44:ifit and good Of
4 my country_l Fours
C-- -401310 NS
0i the SDIMOSS' Black,
1 Gswayo Village.
January Bth. ' -
/ ' 0 • ) ) ~.
. :-....,,_ . •„_ -- ~ - I ,
•, . ,
.. , • - ,
, ) ,
Jeweller l aild .Watc3unal
JOCATF.D oni :iltain St.. !:ipposite the
House, Coddersiort - Pd. • .
~..clocksl „ • ::'6tciiies,.4c.,,,
.Ttepnired-on .sbOrtonifkice.ti l tid 4v.nrrat
!•give satisfaction. -. ~ 1 •
A good assortment of --!
CLOCKS. ) • 1 - ;' ,I
' : 'S -1 ..-VitTIES - and
_ct. ~ i • JETEL.
on hand. Cheap for CASUl l and vrarra,
A:,ln even - e,mhange is
bery I; will give you time...for, Money.:
.Couderspert,'Dep 16,, ISol. '
'Fine . pieat .C4clie of 1
H VI - MA tN.NT MISERY.
Justpublished in a senledeltivelope,:price 6 cts
.211 LectCre by lir-CutvEizi. tat!„ On the Catse
and Cure of.. Spertnaicam
tium-Uental and Physiead
nesi, Impaired ,of the Eo
de 3.. Weak'ness'Ortlii and
Back: Indisrosition, and incapacity for Study
and Labor; Dullness of APprehension ; Loss
of Memory; Averaion tip S.odietr ; Lore of Sol
itude . Timidity = Self-Disirust ; Hizziness;
Headache; .Affec7ion.s of the Eyes;. Pimples
on the PamiihroittntaryEittilsions;and Sex
ual In6rieity'i "the Uoes'eq'uen - deS of
ful IndiSere:tion, &c., &c.
This admirable Lecture (clearly proyes that
the: abOve cnatnerited. often self-affikt'etl : erils
may be removed with ofMedicine'ina frith-
out dangerous siirgic-alopet*tions, and should
be read by every ? I - oath, anJt every man iikthe
land. Z Sent 'undersea', tO any address, - in a
plain, sealed envelope,' ma. the receipt of six
ceuts, or Vs° postage statdps, by iddressing,
. j Or. CHAS. ;.1,. •
127 Bowery, NETV,York, PoSt Office Boi; 45-86.
61 . 7 "c"'
FP• I 7
- . -
-a J 1
To aint :pi
• - • o l tzl
T 6 BOA
gy atilt 0
Wl,3titon for - 1460 ': :
pal' arm frcia .11.11.Ciirsou Col.ofSyl!
sitiata.feir 1 61:1 ; i
~ . .
" 'duel from Leroy Critientlen col.
of te•sval4Jion for IE4O . tl, - '
4 "iin from Illarri's Lyman col. or: -. .
- , .114 let for 1860 - .i , j: - 36 92
" :414 froml'John Metzger col. of ' •
.1"4.: for 18 6 0 ,
"' ,119 from'John Sandorlin cdl. of
He tor.for 1860 • 102 13
"' du from' Jacob Bartle 'col. of
), Harrison for • 1860 • i I -
-444. 4. .40
' ";4ziel frthii-'.l l . t-:. Beaton . colt 0f . . ,
Allegany for 1£460 -••: . :5 1 -, 44.19
", der k from t.,/bhithort'cOllctpr of •
, --, :Pik for 18i19 :, ` : BO.
' d'iriie froM''l3. P. llobe'rts coL o 1
Pleasant Vttlicy 1'859 :- 2'6
" dull from:S. T Moore collec'rof.
Wharton for 1838 . i . -i 10 20
c: du . frOm 'J. C..Wilkitason 'cOL of
. ,C 3 ayo for 1853 - 'i
" ihi collectorfroml.A.D.CoTey of
- ' I.:yk,...ses far-` 1E56 - ' • ,
": dud from) ' llenry 'hard colfr of
pelesee fpr 1875, , -•
''eon jmclg't -
ati'el on ju4 g •t-p g .:4ns
/P .* /4
Li '•/ 44
I, ft 44
Amt d i g
rands 4 ,
Strtein l en't th%77.Reeei'pts'tilqzßendi
titrel of Potter county. forfir the ifear4izt7-
..: tri: 9 l,:on the plit,"day of Ekc..., 4 1.1.D.ig61.:
Ite'ti'd for i taxes on unseated 1(4 for - '9l 37. 01
" ii; :60 117 56
. " ' 4i5
seated lds ret'ffuned, 33
Ids Le personal prop'i for '6l 1852 37
'GO 1061 50
". for prey*. yrs 17 12
iicoinizanes,iiotesg.judgts . _ 36.79
If. expenditiuts Oyer iec6ip4 2.905'75
• ki d
• I I
Counsel and Attorney tees .95 00
s.taticiners, , . 4- , BB 46
Cona's,wages to 4,Chesbro, 81 g
•• •_ • 'r E. : Thatche 132'26
" ' 11t1. D. Briggs' 124 Gil
1- - S.L.-flobertson 27.59
C:erk' hire (bal. for 1860) -12 55
" for ,j4a 00r
Printing blitnii-5. . 100'75-
Itchlental,eipenses •"• 800
•llen - drd for arresting felons' 20 00
Wolf[and wild cat certfs 38 75
Election expenses 862 44
Ste. ; rilTs' fees - '92 25
Staiitonaryfor Recoiderts Office :15 00
Proth'yS office 120 28
Public printing" ._ .1 .48
Constable returns i 102 89
Comrdoescealth costs -19 8. 48
QUelifics.tioe fees 3674
1,4;1.1870 liircirs fees 1 ' , 252 64
Trayrs.Jiirorslees.. : 441.37
Autbtorsl,wigec : •
Court :Crier. ; • 42.00
Tip stares - • , •69410
Clerk of Quarter &Issn: ins'. 140 10
Feet i. , - ••• 1. 146 po
Tendingtown . 25'75
Viewirig roadi J and bridge* , .330:90' 1
Dam4sseised by road viewers ',15 00
Boartlin'ilisoners:- -i = 58.60
Justies rettirei :1 - 1,58
.'lteiwit: to 81 'famiiits - otioF.i* 1177941
Repair to`publiF _ huildlanS ;' :32 51
TakuagpiisoneretirPeateit y ttoB 00!
1i• ~- • ~, ,r,‘- --.:,--; -.4.- -:t -
leofdiVaddktinfr . th*O 4
Tows Ships Coi!rs Nainis
.. ~.-.• .::.t .
Uli,ott,: - ..\'-' A-oSertd4 l
' Ilriany*::'"l..T.lt.lVOdimi.ii: '
iilAiara- ' ' J- 31 •Bilitigs r '
. tO. ' . Alheilisectle
'Etilallit' ' ; "•lustUrk3r‘rit ig
tiOseii - ' .toini3lagitinis
Melanin. : : : 4...it.Stfilinan
':lfirrisna:, ,' Martin tadie
or ' —:. P..killiatitti
iliumer '' 1 ''' V , .S.A.ytql"' "
,I . Jaction 131.1.F1 t -nil '; .t.
°sway° ' , lE.l..yinan , •
Pike IX.Bisbee ;'
Aonlet l C ,Knowit(? ,l l',
Sharon .a.F.Bar:oei '
Sweden • G.Neere -i .
SylTania • Clias.WykOff
Suminit " AlfrEd 'Ayi , es
'thys,ses , - v P r ilriglisio -
'West trancli , ,T.L.Bider 1
1 1) . .4:r.it 1 : 1-I.l l ilrciaf - !
Shaie paid. , , 4244 921857 34(147 71122 1if224 75
ifythat the foregoing exhibits a true statement of the account! with Collii-I
they appear. upcurotm books of original tatty.
I. Cole, Clerk. , I :, - .3':7';' , Rd' ll : l -s_.--"Ti". VOCiP-54 1 1 , .1.441 - ain r :
• A 1 : : -11-. D. /511t:Gli, t utitammisionsrl;
Li S. Roestr.Tsox, JI
g °Mee, lan: 8, 1865:' ' .
he-Funds of Priter'county
,ry'of Jan.; A.V. 1862
' . ' ,4847
,ie to Arrn.tell in :1000 00
• Vrtn.iteA - ' LS 1000 00
I "J.F.Coicas:2 I , ,1000 ,00
teir. -57 400:00
• 11.11. Dent" '1 1 94 53
T F.Cowan 'a' 1600 'OO
he above bouds' "1684'44
I 'Cr. ;
of Outstanding taxes on nn-
ea lands,for 1861 471'2:20
do 7 60 , 3919 5G
of outstanding taxes on Gent-,
turned as unseated ' . .185' 88
011e:film:a Collectors f0r . 1861 1 2247 76
from G. A, Barclay Calyx. of .
.41 A. 17
S.ll Martin .• 64 04
David - Sheldon 37 35
Cha.Ailsw - cirth 90,63
inn on recognizance against !
Loanssille . =5 3G
on.inai't against D.D.Polcoid 30 4e
from Cameron -county .533 52
from ;Eli Rees,
.for. Tress'r ;1 156 45
on note againstOnick.Whipple— /9 18
" , . Mer. Jackson 709
I " E.E.&W.B.Graies -15 54
on note from Ellis &Knox 82 OD
for Tillage lots " , 21. 20
f liabilities over assets 693_86,
.a1d.31 • . 1.31"0 99
e Commissioners of P l otter county do
hat the foregoing statement of the
the said county is correct as will ari.
the books and documents in this
.;. Ennis TTIATCUE!!, c
312 D. Buionsi • Com'rs
L. S.llonnessani , .
:L. D. Cole. Clerk. 1 : ' •
OfE6e : Coudersi)ort, Jan. 5..1862
To 7 rit ,
o - '
190 93 ; •
'339 54 I
17.,5... : ,58.
14 , 4 61 1
`290 51 1
r i 4 1 60
- ::73 94
- 175 88
4 , a
'64 30 -'
54 16 14 83
.383 92 134 56
64 19 37'06
( .8964 63 75
4' Prothonotary's fees
44 I Stoney expended
We the Commissioners of Potter county do.
certify that the fdrigoing eihitilts a state
ment of the receipts and eilimidifurest 'of saT4
couitty,for theAcar,,,,euding,9ol4 st day ftf
Dec: A 0)::. rAt t fitrtiOcioi: Souk - Orikinii
mitres ',and doiamints,liW - 01§647
Witness:oar !foal it t*i gbtre g %It,'
Bth daj , :ilf Jan. A.D 4: 18624 . tl UV.
'i*hi 1 , 40.41@u4
M D.';l3r4cri,i-,!, 1 , Com - f;
L. B , ' ~.:
fittest:. Cuk, Clerk. , , .
Account of Woolsey Burifs, Treasurer of
Potter count, for the year I 861:
::Balaitce dad from - Triniaarigrir: le 47:
Abbott a l.pp .. town
Jackson - 48 (33 '
Portage 61 to
Sweden 413 "
Summit I • 46 48 "
ll3alaa6 due to Tres'
Patel' "county' 4ei
' Statement op the Military Fund of11.;:10,
county : .
Amt collected in 186!
Paid J.M. l Killmiarn Btig. Tns. 212.00
Paid A ssCssors 9'59
Paid Collectorsp . ,erLeont e t- ; . :; ,-- :: , 2 16,5,1
Paid Treas. commission ' 15 26
Paid Printers 27
Paid Commissioners' Clerk • 10 00
Due the Commissioners ,
II Clerk 30
.00 351 01
There is also a balance dud to the Brigade
Inspector and to Assessors. 4./.
Main above Third
- 5 00
- - 4; IlEe-SIMWOITSi
51 . 3ickrukrthi.§, ---=
INVOICE-WOKS . :
Gieik; tatin, Preach and Geinian Ten
All School Books used in :hi -Countp .
kept 021 ltancli_Ortitunediettely !procured
Magazines or aiik sutiplied iihfs
— A. good 'assortment of Envelopis,
Pens acidboss,: •Also.zoftri!tiars, ?raw- 7
ing Matelinig; triter doloft., - tc:
PRAYER & Eit* i3titlE.Si of carious kind".
Slates; Itn~ers, ladek-GammorißoaasCiesil
Men, &c., &c. PRODUCRAMII kinds tablei
in eldhinge for Books, &e. [ff-aq
TEiE HEROES or"Mi 'lf
THE it*RoEs or,. *AR,
. niisC in addition to other por
traits, the celebrated evileetiorr *town in En
rope anti America as
Brere y 'ar Pliotvritfili - icriVithWert,
in which is included Portrait:lo(d nearly all the
prominent men of Ariierica; nett excepting Jefr
Daris, Gen Beantegard, ndA, and a host e
other confedelNitiaß--.Pfia.' brrizt` raits, Vst„Cith
per dozen. Can be sent -'
kzeenes of the War forlhe Union,
are published, card ate, and int.Stertea,gfir. •
form. Also, -.
~Stereoscopie,views cf. seeneit;hyP4kris,...*i---
don,M3d in other part*.
in Scotland, lielandiltrilea, Haute, SAtier.-
landl-Spain., on. JAI- Mane. jal - 40f 2 6.r - rdiaPC
Turkey, the 11o2y.14and,Cuit, Indtc"-0014-
kei, - ,ko.itufisfiedlowi: .
Our Ingtantan.ktis Stemscopft I#einfi are
The Greatest Wonder of the-.51.e,
These are kkb;...j 1 1 4 . fix,rtiett_iirciipfa second
I a ncktb e zombis; cit'lF:itim4 - iposaizejof testi*,
or the ma chi of an suitty;'does DC4in-the least
affect tbo.taking-,Of these clests.- , ritiz ore
sold fcsr,tt , po do yen, g' 4- ' 6 (5
- 04 hand a - itfalsteetore the
largest assortment of Stetecceopes; Pboto
edev.vited - stAtes.4ll4l4iiitratilbe irmd
caisuogues, confaiiiirteßsts - oraltoar Vat
trails. Views, Stereo uses tire hy• -
, Inttlii cta receipt of a slatep;••
.; E. ATReitre k )
1 1:" near St. N Ni-001Y3fet,inva
*194 T 9
. .A4A 3 teta''T
X 645 .
99.:.c 4 ! 01114-."1"
731 " 12 "
126 9$ le tit