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MB POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
is tho only paper published in - Potter county
.circulates among an intelligent class of peo
ple; and'is thus an excellent medium for both
City and Country Advertiiing. • •
Transient Advertisements and those from a
distance must be Cash or have responsible re
All communications, to receive" attention,.
!oust be directed to the Editor, and contain
the name of the writer. No - attention paid to
TERMS.—One copy,one year, $1; Six copies
$5; Twelve copies, $10; Twenty copies, $lB,
with one to the person raising the Club. The
money must accompany the names.
itoziersport, Wednesday Evening, Sept. 10, 1862:
Local and - General.
NrSee New Advertisements.
New announcements. ,
Next week is Court week, and it will
afford those indebted to the Jounnat Office a
good opportunity of paying up. ,
I..We received an anonymous communi
cation signed "Femina," Which will not be
published anleis we receive the author's name.
We wish it borne in mind That no communt
thitions will be published without the author's
The meeting of the County Institute, to have
commenced on Monday the 15th iust, has been
postponed for reasods 'so obvious that need,
not be mentioned. Ample notice will, here
after be given of the time of meeting. '
S. LEWIS, CO. Supt.
20).The .i'coriot 4. Union wilfullY tries to
deceive when it speaks of "a majority of Dem
ocratic soldiers." Its editors have seen the
Soldiers' Election Returns from Pennsylvania.
and Illinois—the only States where absent
soldiers . voted—and that they voted over
whelmingly Republican. The only hope of
the Democrats carrying Pennsylvania, Is be
cause such a large majority of our 150,000 to
200,000 soldiers are Republicans. The aris
tocratic Democrats of the Supreme Court
.(Woodward & Co.) would not have robbed
the volunteers of‘their votes if they had been
th Th em.
fief WEIET rs WAttrce).—The need of the
hour is not money or arms or pdtriotie men.
It is men FITTED TO EIGHT at once. Many
of oar new recruits never fired a gun before
going intol l service, and will require months
to become . marksmen.. We cannot wait. To
guard the Potomac above Washington, and
the mountain • passes of Western Maryland
and Southern Pennsylvania, there are required
3111LEDIATELY, men accustomed to hunt the
deer and otherwise use the gun, even if they
be exempted, or not drafted. The.Cousitry
.cannot wait to l drilt the young and inexperi
•enced in the useof arms. The Southern eon
scripts are more habituated to the use of that
weapon—better sportsmen and eiders:, in gen
eral—and thereby can be sooner drilled and
made useful soldiers.,
finuters of Penns) . !venial you who boast
.of yourproilcieney in the weapons of warfare' I
your .country now !makes special calls upon
you do enlist. Offer your services as scouts,
sharp-Shostters, 'rangers, or do whatever way
your •country can best match you against the
best Mew of b:er foes. "The husiuess,requires
..Statement of the whole . rumber of en
rolled militia La Potter trounty and of the
number who have already volunteered for
the war:— •
Histricts. umber enrolled: Gone to war.
Abbott, , 77
Allegany, 121 .
Bingham, . 122
Clara, . 47
Eulalia, - 64
Harrison, .- • 3.76
Jackson, . 17
Pike, - 5G
Pleasant Valley, 34
Sharon, • 250
Sylvania, ' 30
West Branch, ;44
Ng. remaining 1532
For the Poster Journal.
A Model Establishment, for the benefit of
all those in want of goods: Among the many
improvements lately made in this county, to
which we can point with pride, as an evidence
of prosperity and a determination or the part
of some of our business men no longer to re
main "behind the light-house", is the cora- 1
pletion of C. 11. Simmons' large Emporium
for all kinds of goods at New York wholesale
prices to families of Volunteers, and all others
desirous• of saving t large per centage on
every dollar; situated in the flourishing vil
lage of Oswego, which is creditable to the
owner and ornamental to the place. The
bu'lding is not only the largest devoted to the
business in the county, but the enormous
afock, for goodness and cheapness, challenges
Without going into details, we may safely
say that he.keepsion hand everything usually
kept in a country store, (liquors excepted,)
and he buys and sells for less than any other
dealer in this section, Olean or Wellsville not
excepted. His clerks are civil and accom
modating and have strict instructions under
no circumstances whatever to, misrepresent
or take advantage of any customer; , and as he
is in New York a great share of, his. time he
has employed his brother, Wm. SiMMOI3B, as
old, _and experienced dealer, from Westfield,
Tiogi Co., Pa:, as foreman, who will ever be
on hand to wait neon ',customers and see that
they have the benefit of all bargains. A large
_stock of Coods now arriving..:: •
Sept. B, 1861. A..v °emits.
StirOn Wednesday last, says the Meadville
.Journal, when Mr. J. L. Kelly, the :Deputy
Marshall for. Rockdale, was proceeding to
enroll some of the men at work on the line of
the Atlantic and Great, Western Rail, Road,
he was assailed with clubs and stones, his
papers taken from him and destroyed, and
after being knocked down once or twice, he
barely escaped with his-life by flight. 'About
one hundred of the hands joined in pursuing
him, but fortunately :he got away without
serious injury. The parties to this' Outrage
declare they will not be enrolled, and threaten
the life of the Marshal if he appearsamong
WHAT OUR SHARPSHOOTERS HAVE
DONE.—W& have it from an officer of
Berdan's regiment of Sharpshooters, who
has been in , nearly every battle on the
Peninsula, that .-a minute reckoning has
Dean ',made of all the rebels slain thus far
by the Sharpshooter's,, and that the num
ber so slain has already reached' three
thousand. It has been a rule with them
to make a notch or scratch on some part
of their rifles for every rebel they felt
certain they had killed, not reckoning
the wounded or any case in which there
was an uncertainty. And hence the ac:
count could be and was,- made up easily
Ai NOBLE ILLINOIS GIRL.—Upon the
back! of a ten dollar Treasury note, re.
turno to the Department for destruction,
the following lines appeared, neatly writ
't 'She had., done ichat she could.'
"This bill was presented by Migs LAU
RA 131oKEE, of Foster'S Poiot,
for the benefit of volunteers, at the same
time offering Tot morn Loopy young man
who would volunteer. Miss .I.4uu.t's
Lather and and brother are in the U. S.
army, while she teaches school' for ten
dollars per mouth to support herself and
e learn from Kttengas t gat ivit
voting population of 10,000, shetas over
10,000 men in arms so•day, and the flag
of the recruiting officer still waves iu
every town and "haiplet.' In st.nie parts
of the State the whole able-bodied popu
lation has enlisted.
Ilia. Please announce my name as an Union
candidate for the office of county Treasurer
subject to the decision of the votets of Potter
County. and if elected; I pledge myLielf to pay
into the Treasury of the County S3OD out of
the profits of the office for the benefit4if fam
ilies of volunteers, as I cannot repair to the
. of War, nor is it necessary, a small por
_Lion' only of those able, we hope will be called
to the field of action:. But we can be use
ful in our labors of patriotism ; those 'mho go
by the discharge of their military duties, and
those, who remain, by words of encouragement
and by contribution ' for the support of the
families of those who do go. Our-business
'now is with the present anti the future. Past
differences should be forgotten or laid aside
' until the Rag of the Union again- floats over
every foot of our former Territory. -
Sept. 10, 1862. J. B. SMITH.
The People's Candidate
PLEASE announce the name of Rufus Rice.
of Allegany township, as an Independent can
didate for Sheriff, without regard to party
tieS. ' *-
"DURSUANT to an • Act of the General As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania; 'entitled ''An Act; relating to the elec
tions of this Commonwealth," approved the
second day of July, A. D. one thousand eight
hundred and thirty-nine. I, WM. F..BUItT,
Sheriff of the county of Potter, Pennsylvania,
ddliereby make known and . give notice to the
electors of the county aforesaid, that a Gene
ral Election will be held in. the said county of
POtter on the Second' Tuesday (fourteenth) of
October,. 1862, at which time State and Coun
ty Officers, as follows are to be elected, to wit:
One person for Auditor General. for Penn
One person for Surveyor General. for Penn
One person for Member of Congress, for the
prIII Congressional District, comprising the
counties of Centre. Clinton, Lycotuing, Tioga
and Potter. •
' One person for State Senator for the XI Die.
trict, comprising the counties of Tioga, Pot
ter, McKean and Warren.
Two persons for Members of the House of
Representatives of the general Assembly of
Pennsylvania, in conjunction' with the'county
of Tioga, to represent the counties of Tioga
One person for Sheriff of the county of Pot
• One person for Treasurer of the county of
One Person for Commissioner of the county
, One person for Aditor of the county .of
One person for Coroner of the county of
I also make known and give notice, as in
and by the 13th section of the aforesaid act I
am - directed, that every person. excepting Jus
tices 'Of the Peace, who holds any office or
appointment of profit or, trust under the Gov
ernment of the United States or of this State,
or of 'any city or incorporated districe,whether
a commissioned officer or otherwiie, a'subor
dinate officer or agent, who is or shall be em
ployed under the legislatii.e, judiciary; or ex
ecutive departments of this State or the United
States, or of any city or incorporated district,
and also that every member of Congress and
of the State Legislature, and of the select and
common council of any city, or commissioner
of any incorporated district; is by law incapa
blir:of holding or exercising at the same time
the office or appointment of Judge, Inspector,
or clerk of an election in this Commonwealth,
and that no Inspector or Judge, or other Offi
cer of any such_ election shall be eligible to
be voted for. •
Also ; , thit in the'lhurtli section of the, Act
of . Assembly, entitled. g , An Act relating to
elections end for. other purposea," approved
April 16tb;-1860, it is enacted that the afore
said 13th section shall not be so construed as
to prevent any Military Officer 'or !lioroUgh
Officer from serving as Judge; TrisPector; or
Clerk of. any general or special election in this
It is further directed that the meeting of the
return Ludges at the Court House fb - Couders
'port to make out the general returns; shall
be pn the'first Friday succeeding the veneral
election, which will be the 11th day of. Octo
also b'ereby make , known and give notice
that the places_for holding the aforesaid gen
eral election' in the several townships _ , and
boroughs Within the county . of Potter, are as
follows, to wit:
Eor the;township of Abbott, at the Germa-
nia Hotel in' said township.
For the township of Allegany, at the school
i house near the place formerly owned by Ches
ter Andrews, in said township;
For the township of Bingham, at the house
of A. R. Lewis, in said township. - '
For the township of Clara, at the school
house near Sala Stevens', in said township.
For the township of. Eulalia, at, the New
Court House in the borough of doudersport.
For the township of Genesee. at the house
formerly occupied by S. S. RaseO, in Ellisburg.
For the township of Harrison, at the house
recently occupied by Ira Bartholomew, in said
For the township of Hebron, at the school
house No: 5, near Henry Ingraham* in said
For the:township of Hector, nt the Sunder
lin school house, 'near Jacob Peet's, in said
For the township of Jackson, at the house
formerly occupied by B. Barse, now M. Chap
pet, in said township.
For aid, township of Keating, at ,the house
of Pliny Harris, in said township. ''
For the; township of Oswayo, at the Centre
school berme in said township.
For this township of Pike, nt the house of
Elijah Johnson, in said township.
F.Or the township of Pleasant'Valley, at the
school hodse in said township.
For the township of Portage, at! the Sizer
school house in said township.
For the township of Roulet, at the. school
-house near George Weimer's in said; township.
For the township of Sharon, at the Sharon
Centre school house, near John Voorhees'.
For the township of Sweden, at the house
of Asenath Taggart in said township.
For the, township of Stewartson. at the
house of J. S. Clark, in said township.
For the township of Summit; at the house
formerly occupied by Uel Cook, now Jonathan
Iledson. in said township
For the township of Sylvania', at ;the school
house near J. M. Rees' '
in said township
For the township of Ulysses, at! the house
of Atlas Bennett, in said township!
For the township of West Branch, at the
house of S. M. Conable, in said township.
For the township of Wharton, at the house
of Stephen Horton, in said township.
For the borough of Coudersport, at the
Court House in said borough. I
Given under my hand, this 3d day of Sep
tember, 4. 8., 180..
WE the undersigned citizens of Ulysses tp.,
Da Certify that we were present at the last
fall Town Convention, and that D, C. Larra
bee Esq.; • «as nominated and eleeted Chair
man of the meeting, but declined acting, and
said he hhd no faith in ConventionS and should
not be bouiul by their acts, tOrefore refused, to
act as Chairman. D. WHIPPLE, Jr.
Jurors Tar:lce Notice.
TUROILS for the Sept. Term 1862, of the
to Court both Grand mid Traverse, are-here
by notified not to appetor at said; Courts, it
having peen agreed by thl Attorneys to dis
pose with their services at this time and ihus
save-. the County unnecessary expense. .By
direction of Judge White. 1 ..
11. J. OLMSTED; Proth'y. . -
Aug. 27, 1862.
For Sale or to Let.
HE Seam Saw and Grist Ntillat Germa
nia,:Abbot township, Patter county, Pa
Doing. an excellent business; afirstratestand
for an industrious man with sdinse capital.
.Those reflecting must apply soon An
WILLIAM RADDE, 300 Broadwi. y, N. Y.
Or at the Mill at Germania.
*August; 27, 1862.
THE Legal representatives Smith
Finch, Sheldon M. Gibbs and Abel C.l Cara
late members of Capt. Jones' Company, can
obtain the papers necessary to institute pro
ceedings for the recovery of bounty, back pay,.
&c., by Calling on me at Glassmire's hotel.
R. Z. ROBERTS. .
Coudersport, Aug. 18 1862.
* * * Announcements must be paid iu AD
VANCE. One Dollar each.
serPlease announce the name of ELYMUE
HACKETT. of Ulysses township, 'as a. candi
date for the office of SHERIFF, subject to the
decision of the Fall Convention. •
nay -Please announce the name 'of HARRY
LENT, of Eulalia township, as a candidate for
County COMMISSIONER, subject to the deci
sion of the Fall Convention.
To the Voters of Potter count✓
1 will be a candidate for the offide of Sheriff
at the ensuing election, subject to the-decision
of the Fall Convention. D.C.LARRABEE.
Ulysses, July 28, 1862.
M-Please announce the name of DANIEL
SUNDERLDI, of Hector township,:as a candi
date for the office of County TREASURER,
subject to the decision of the Fall Convention
tErPlease announce the name of Wu. T.
L,m, of Sharon townshipc as a candidate for
nomination to the office of County TREAS
URER, at the Fall Convention. X,
• toy -Please announce the name ofELEAZER
LYDIAN, of Oswayo township, as n candidate
for nomination to the office of County TREAS
URER at the Fall Convention. I BURKA.
Se`Announce. the •name of Juices BAKE;
of Hebron township,as a candidate for SHER-
IFF, subject to tlae decision of the Fall Con
Bar Please announce the name: of CHAN
CEY P. KILROURNE, on:lector township, as
a candidate for County COMLISSIONER,sub
ject to the decision of the Fall Convention.
gtfiy•Please announce the name of 8. H.
MARTIN, of Pike township, as a candidate for
County AUDITOR, subject to tke:decision'of
the Fall Oonvetition: ' - 114
WM. F. BURT, Sh'ff.
Coudersport, Sept. 3, 180.
W3I. 110 W,
G. H. OLMSTED,
C. G. CUSHING.
' I MEERUT'S SALES.' I 1
By, VERTU of ; sundry!Oita of Venhition l 1
I Expona.s, Fieri Facias; and Levari Facias
fazed out of , the Court of Common Pleas of Prit-'
ter countit,.Pennolvania, - anklo .. .nfe'dirred,; I
shall_iipose topithlica4,or'oEttorii.:aoA Court
House in Coudersport, on MONDAY, the 15iti
day of Sept. 1862,. at 3.,,icack,
.p..., the ..0-
lowittg described•traets or parcels of land io wil :
A certain tract of land situate in Eulalia
tp, Potter,e6., Penna. bonncled.on thel aorth
by the turnpike, on the Mist by the Sinnensa
honing!oad, on the south* landof N. 'Food-
Icocition the west by lands of E;Starltwenther
and N. Woodcock; containing Nine and nine
tenth acres, all of which are improved find on
which are erected one frame house, twq frante
bartis,and an apple orchard , thereon. yeizeil,
taken ih exicuthin, `Mid toy` be 'sold as the
property of If aiiah S. Edward.... '. I
ALSO—A certain tract of land Situate in
Rotflet tp, Potter" go., Pennal boundedion the
mirth, by'laWds of Jelin Kenting,*,co., oh tile
eastby lands of J. Sullivan,' on the south by
landa of A. Knowlton, and on the west by land
of ; John Lyman, containing Sixty 7 six °Ores of
which' Fifteen acres 'are improred, and on
tibial 'are one log andfratieliorrie, one franie
barn, and some fruit trees. Seized,- taken in
execution and to 'be sOld'as the prophrty of
Toh:: Lyman , ,
Jr. • .
,ii .' ' • - 1 •
ALSO—A certain tract of; 'land' situate in
Pike' tp, Potter ca., Pertnix, (bounded 'on the
north by lot No 14, on the east by lots Nos -I'4.
22 and 35, on . the south by lot No- 22 a
. d un
seated landS of the Bingham estate, an oii - the
west:by unseated lands, and by lots No .13 18.:
36, tieing lots Nos 11 and A of the subdivis
ions iof landaof ;the Bingham estate cn said
township; containing one Ihdndred and fifty
five acres of which abcint fifty acres ge hn
proved, on which are three frame hous s,,tWo
frame barns,- one 'water sate mill. an some
fruittreei thereon. Seized,taken in exe ution,
and to be sold as the property of E.Toli t nson:
ALSO—A certain tract 'of land sitnate in
the township of Sharon,in the county Totter
and state of Peneaylvania,'beginning at the
north west corner of warrant No 2176'thence
by the north line of said warrant, east] forty
four rods to the west bank of the swayo
creek, thence up the south bank of th creak
and race 'to the east line of land conveyed by
Silas 'Satherland to Thomas J. Burtlic, 'thence
south one hundred and two' perches a d five
tenths of a perch to a poit, thence wet one
hundred and fifty-six perches to .a post 'n the
west line of warrant No 2176, thence rorth by
said fine two hundred and two :perth4s and
five-tes of a perch to the . place 'cif begin
ning containing one hundred and sixty+ acres
about ten acres of which are chopped. qeizO,
taken, in execution and to be sold as theiprop
ertz of Wm. Ennis surviving piartner - 6f the I
firm of Wm. & M/S. Ennis.
ALSO—A certain Piece or, parcel of land
situate in 'Wharton township, Potter county,
Pa. bOunded on the north bY, lot new or late
in the: posse4sion of James AyerS, bonnded ; on ,
. east by First Fork of Sineemahoningereek,
on the south by lot of John Bluefield and un
seated lands, and on the west by lot now nor
fate in possession of Thos.' 31ahon, containing,
Fifty 'acres, be the same more pr less,' being ;
part Of warrant No, 4926, about Twenty-five ;
acres ;of which are improved with two name
Houseg one Frame Barn '
- ono Blacksmithl
I shop, I one School house and some fruit trees
thereon. Seized taken 'in execution and Ito
.be sold as the property of John Mason.' 1
ALSO--A: certain tract of land situate in
Roulet township, containing. fifty iteres 'or
thereabouts being the south part of a qertitin
farm - Which, John C. Knox and 'Lemuel ,F.
'Maynard conveyed by deed, to John W.I May
'nerd on The 3d day of June 1%47 . whicb said
farm is bounded and described as folloWs, viz :
Situate in the township of Roulet, Potyr Co.
Pa., bounded on the north - by land o*Jolin l
Heating & Co., east by land of Jacobllpeder
ish and George Weimer, south by land of John
Keating & to., and West by ,larad of Iffenryl
Yeutier, containing about one hundred and
twenty-five acres more or "less nearly l'all of
which fifty Litres are Improvedwith'ondfraine
house a frame barn and other out buildings,
and an apple orchard thereon. Seized,l taken
in execution and to be sold of the prophrty of
Simon ICimm: ' • .'i ; ! 1'
ALSO—A certain tract of land situate in
Hector township, Potter county Pa., Bolin en
on the north by tsingliarn lends' and Irk for
merly' owned by Edward Alcord. on th east,
south and west by Bingham lands being lot
No 101 and part of warrantiNo 1798, co6tain
ing, one hundred acres more or less 25Ladres
of which are l improved with one log hou,e - one
frame house one log barn and some fruit trees
thereon. Seized, taken in execution 4 nd to
be sold as the property of Ilenry l'oluzll .
ALSO- 1 4 certain tract of land situate in
Jackson township, Potter CO. Pa., bounded On
the north by lands of the Bingham estate, and
lot NO 4, on the east by lot No 2, on
ag the 'south
by lands of the' Bingliarri . .e.State and on the
the west by lot go .4 and land of the Bing
ham estate being lot No 3 of the allorinent of
lands in Jackson township, Potter C. Pa.,
containing ninety, seven and four-tenths acres
which of frame
(forty) aces are improved with
one frame house, one frame barn, on 61d
frame harn , one log, hnuse,. ode, school mdse .
and an apple orehard,thereon. 'Seized,' liken
in execution and tolbe sold,as the propeity of ;
M. chapel. ; .
ALSO—A certain tract 'of land
.situ tei in
'llecthr township, Potter Co. Pa., 'bounded lon ;
the neith, 'east, south and west by Bin ha,
lands, containing onelhundred and fiftyracres ;
about twenty acres of which are,irhproved ;on
which are erected'two frame houses arid one
lagliouse. Seized, taken in execution And to ;
be sold as the property of Henry Young.i. ,
ALSO—A certain tract of land situate! In
Ulysses township, Potter Co., baundad in the
north by Adna'Gfirllei & EPhriana Lew s i on
the east by Ambrose Corey and Benj, Baker,on
the sena' by Ambrose,Corey and Andrea[ Gee,
arm on the west by Perry Lewis, contaiiiining
one hundred and ten nereswith; the usuld al
lowance for roads &c.I, about eighty acres irM
prdve d one frame house, two frame bards and
out buildings. and some fruit tress tfierion.—
Seized, - taken.,io execution rintUto be idlii as
the property of D. L. ;Daniels and 41. 4 'Dan
iels. i . . .
ALSO—A. certain tract of land situate in
Sharon town ship, .Potter Co. Pa., to wi6 ode'
shingle mill together'with a lease of a ivater
power to rnu the same and a piece' .ofl land
appurtenant thereto; bounded on the noeth by
the°bridge across the ' °sway°, creek, cid the
east by the said 61eck, south by a line about
south of safill,shingle ,mill and [west
by road lea ding,from Millport to Ctu.ders
portii containing about one and one-f` urth
acre S of ladd with one Frame house and some
smalP, oat huildings , thereon. . Seized,. token
eaWtion anti io'be sold - as the iiroPefty 4 -Of
SO—A certain ;piece 'or parcel land
ta in Ulysses township Potter county, Pa.
dedlort the north by; lamls of Irene Itola-1
on th 4 east byiltiuds,of Frederick ,prid
a the "south by inild:s of Asa Ra c yniond,'
ibe west by tbe highway and lands of
t• ymond, containing about tweet-five
of, * which about 'ten a r crex•are improved:
d, Ita exteutiim antrtc; be sOld as
roperty of H. .Ip . Guernsey,
7,1 r. E l 131 T X, Sheriff,
gnst, 20, 'ht." !" -+
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LIST OP CAUSES for trial ih the Court of
Common Plesis of PlAter county, atSepteinber
Term. • .
I By-am and ninny his wifeJ Mann &Grains
M H Nichols Ws W Cr Sutherland •
Hannah 31 Wharton vs R W Mclntyre
W T Jones vs Polly S Higley ailmsra
E\V Payne & T Jones and A Jones
zI T ic • st
Swims -Shaffer vs 15,..W May
,and M Smith
S P Reynolds( k Benj., Rennells
APConevs B Smith 4. W F Burt
Puller k Card vs John CTanner
Fuller k. Card vs A Deremer & C Thompson , •
Lewis Wood jvs Willard Chandler. ;
Lewis Wood :1-s .Nelson Easty ; •
J L Raymond 1 vs Hll Guernsey
S R Decker vs Peleg Burnie
W H Freeman) vs. Isaac quick
L Canfield vs Fredißrooksi-Garnishnn,&c
Herron & Laughlin vs T J Burdic
Fay Bradley Dwight viTJPcieg &GBurdic
T Jones ri Wm Jordan '
Wm. V Keating et al Vs JosephMeacham
.1 Byana &.svi pvs 0 g Junes ; AdutS'r - •
Adm'r of Lnthur Strong vs iv': T & A F Jones
W L Schaffer( vs John Mason & Gno Marvin
A Baring e't al Trustees &c vs C King et al
0 vs: WT JoneS&GKenvon
"vs W T Jones & T test
L B Cole vs R H Dent .
. o °mum vs Lord & Thright
J 0 Mercerean et al' vs P B Dedsick , •
Commonwealth vs Woodard & Sherman
" James Bartron
IL 3. OLMSTED; Proth'y.
Aug. 43,'1.963. •
WINALSE 4 AGA MILLS
SUPERFINE FLOUR for 51.35 per Sack, or
,V. 0.25 per Barrel,
Also, GrOCeirfeti -
of every descriptionl ctaaii as can be afford
Feb;he, POST. OFFICE STORE.
; 19, 18;32
The Rochester. Straw-gutter.
UrLMSTEDI & KELLY, Coudersport, have
,exclusive agency for this celebrated
machine, in this county. It is cavenient, du
able, Mad CHEAP. Dec. 1, 460.-12
IST OF ETTERS, remaining in the
.I,4lPost Office at Coudersport, August 14;62.
• iklary Allen,l llary A. Allen, M. W.'Brough.
ton, O. Danielson, Denis Fuller, A. D. Godley,
B. B..go'nder, Naito' Godwin, Orland Kaple,
George,: W. Kenyon, Amos Klock, William
Nephew, Ellis. Parker. H. P. Taylor, L. W.
Thayer r ithodes Wilkinson.
' ' ' JOHN S. MANN, P. M.
intesdayLlry P. A; STEI3-
Wholesale and t Retail
eries and Proviefons,
irsporti pa. ;
[AL,. , $6241t0 100
I % •1 CO 200
'l. . • 4 5
art , 1 6 121
1 37i 44
1 1 75 88,
150 175 •
'6 59 700
550 6 . 00
10 • 'l2l
. 40 44.
16 06 18 00
Ib., 6 7
1 • 25 274-
1 5 7
Corrected eve s
: , .•. . ;Condi
ApPlei; green,j bti
do . '' dried,
Beans,. • , i ",
Beeswax, 12 , Db.,
Berries, dried, l ,ll qui
Buckwheat, 11 bush;
Batter, 12 lb., '
Cheese, 1 .
Corn Meal; pel. cwt.,
Eggs, 12 doz.,
Flour, extra,: 12 I
Earns, 14 : IC, I •
Lard, , " H,
Maple Sugar, per lb.
Oats, 11 bush.i
Pork, 11 bbl.,
do 12 lb:,
do , wholel bog,
Potatoes, per IR ush.,
Peaches, dried!, 12 lb.
Poultry, 12 lb.;
Rye, per bush.;
Salt, IR !31)1.,
do 12 sack,
Trout, per bbl.,
White Fish, 11, bbl.
EXlSTENGlheretp i fore raider the iflim of
Garrett, tinily & Co. is this day dissolved
by the withdrawal of the undersigned.
Philadelphia, July 10, 18G2. i.3t
Y Wife, JULIA AvN, bas left my bed and
board,Without provocation,and thereby
caution all pbrsonsi not to trust bir. on my
account as I will NY no debts of her contract.
lug unless. compelled by law.
J. S. GOLDS4ITII.•
iTebron, July 8, 1862 ."
ofir l --
lYi. • •
The Buff a lo Merca n tile College
CORNER: OF I AND SENECA STREETS, •
Is an iinpoirtant link in the great chain of
NATIONAL, MERC'ANTILE, COLLEGES, lo
cated in tbefiAlowipg cities, ; Viz;
NEW YORK CITY . , PHILADELPHIA,
BROOKLYN, ALBANY, .
TROY, f ; • _CLEV'ELAN'D, •
DETROIT, CHICAGO, •
!AND•SAINT LOUIS. ; •
A Scholarship isthied frcm the Buffalo Col- I
lege, entities the hdlder to attend either or all
the Collegni for an 'unlimited time. i
TheDebignlof these Institutions,iS to impart
to young:Men and ladies, a thorough', practi
cal busineis dducation. - . ! ; •
V. 25 S EMPLOIMENTS
AGENTS • WANTED.
We will pay from $25 to s'ls. per mortl).
and all expenses, to active Agents, or give a
comoissiau. Particulars sent free:' Address
'Ems ammo Moms Coup Air,
General Agent, Milan, Ohio, sunly
The Confessios Arid
EXPERIENCE of an' lnvalid. Fublisbed
for the benefit oodles a warning and a
caution to young men who suffer front Nerioua
Debility, Prematuye - Decay, kc., suppiyini at
the same time the means of self-cure. By ono
who has cured himself after bet:lg peed* groat
expense through medical imposition andquack,
ory. By enclosing a post-paid addressed es.
velope, single espies may be had of the anthor,
NATHANIEL, MAYFAIR, Esq., Bedford,Eingu
county, New York.—Marl9spnly
IaTHEREAS, the Hon; Robert' G.. Waite
11 V President Judge, and the Hons. C. S.
Jones and G. G. Colvin, Associate Jiidges or
the Courts of Oyer . Terminer and .General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of -the Peace,
Orphans' Court and Court of Common Plus
for the Cotinty of Potter, have issued their
precept, bearing date the twenty eighth days(
Jane i in the year of our Lord one thou.
sand eight hundred and sixty-two, and to me
directed,fCr holding a Court of Oyer, and Tern
finer and General Jail Delivery; Quarter See.
sions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court
of Common Pleas, in the Boroughof Conchae.
port; on MONDAY, the 15th day of Sept,
next; and to continue one week : '
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor.
oners, Justices of the Peace and Constables
within the county; that they be then and there
in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of
said day, with their rens, records, inertia.
tions, examinations, and other remembrances,
to do those things! which' to:their offices sp.
pertain to be done., And those who are bound
by their recognizances to prosecute, against
the prisoners tilaV aro or'shall beln the jail of
said county of Potter, are to be then and there
to prosecute against them as will be just.
Dated at Comienseoar, July 4, 1862, and
the 84th year of the independence of the United
States of America.
I 2753 50
'1 00 1 121
Nos. 9.111 13, 15, 1 17. COVIITIANDT STREET,
Near 13roadway, New York City.
This old-established anti favorite resort of
the Businesi community has been recently re
fitted, and is complete in everthing that can
minister to the comfort of its patrons. Ladies
and Families are specially and carefully pro.
It is centrally located in the business part
of the city, and is contiguousto the principal
lints of steamboats, cars; omnibuses, ferries.
In consequence of the pressure caused by
the Rebellion, prices have been redneed to
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS PER DAT.
,talile is amply supnlied with all the
luxuries of. the season, and is equal to that of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample accomniodatiens are offered for up.
ward of 409 guests.
Do not believe runners, baelsmen.and °there
who may say "the. Western Hotel is full."
1). D. WINCHESTER, Proprietor,
. Thos. D. Winchester. fvl9 '
A. SANDBERG BRO'S
Tanners and Carriers. °
TTAVE also established a
I Boot and' Shoe
Manufactory, opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
in the room formprly occupied by J. B. Smith,
They offer their Boots and Shoes at a
LOWER RATE THAN THE, SAME QUALITY HAVE
EVER BEEN SOLD IN POTTER COUNTY.
And they will hare nothing but the best work.
!nen and the best stock that the country will
produce, and money and labor can procure.
THEY FEEL DONFIDENT THAT THEIR
:WORK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION.
Hides, Calfi Skins, Sheep Pelti
taken `et the Highest Market Price.
-GIVE US A TRIAL
Coudersport, Pa., Ma reh • l9 •
THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER. \
All Kitchen Grease can he made into good
SOAP, hy using Sqpoizifiei
DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH HOZ
Soap is as easily made with it, as making
a cup of coffee.
Manufactured oply by the Patentees.
PENN'A SALT MANUFACTURING COMPAIn t
No. 127 Walnut street, Philadelphia,
Feby. 1, 1862., ly
NOTICE TO EVERYBODY.
HOUSE, SIGN AND WAGON PAINTER, PAPER
HANGER AND GLAZIER.
THE undersigned wishes to inform the pub.
lic of Coudersport and Ticinity that 14
will attend to all. work entrusted to him. •
Particular attention paid to Paper-Hanging.
Shop with John Reckhow, east side of this
Court House. n F. I. BACKUS..
Coudersport, April 30 6m
having removed to their new warcroormr,
NO. 47$ BROADWAY,
are now prepared to offer the public . a mg.
nificent new scale full
7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO, •
containing all improvements known in this
country or Europe, over-strung bass, French
grand. action, harp pedal, fall Iron frame, for
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
Rich moulding* cases
8175 to S2OC,
all warranted made of the best seasoned ma._
terial, and to stand better than any sold fur
$4OO or $5OO by the old methods of mandfac..
tare. We invite the best judges to examine,
and try th'ese new instruments, and we stand. \
ready at all times to test them with nay others;
manufactured in this country.
ii",I7I.IEREAS, letters of Administration 'oti
V V the.estate of John late 'Of
Sweden township, Patter county, deed, have
been granted to the undersigned, all Persons'
indebtedta said estate are requested to make.
immediate pap:tient, and those hating claims,
against - the same will present them duly au
thenticated to the , subscriber. •
•SAP,A,II NICHOLS, Adminiairatrix. ,
Sweden, July,2l, 1862.
TE REST'OF FLOUR kept constant!, ork
twat the Post Mice Star., -
Wli. F..BURT, Sheriff.
WESTERN • ROTEL,
BOOTS ~41N3:1 SHOES.
GROVESTEEN do HALE,
G&W/ESTEEM!' & 11.11.LL',
478 Broadway, !ire+ , York.