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THE- , ...POTTER COU.NTIc-41;A-S4
j eatesde7 Evening, Mnr.'4ll-1863i
LoOdl t and
ie;Ashesiliesi 7 Econothyi" Preserve
carefully: abdsend to Lucien-Bird.
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TheM: box of Hospital Storeq .fortrn
some.iveeks *since, has been receiN'ecf:' = -
Ilka—See the clung:. of time ,viilbe-Thilit
& Erie Railroad.l [
_ . _. .
-A western paper • says:.hlt is only
tw6ty-one years since the first tog cabin was
erected in Burlington, lowa. and now it con
tains 10.120 inhabitants." A large cabin.!_
lei—The - Continental Monthly l'for March
is on our table. It is filled, as utual, fuldof
substantial reading matter) and in nti
wise can it be exte:led as a sound, reliable
M.. The South walk Bank,,and fonr Banks
in Western Pennsylvanis, are now paying
specie for their notes. All coming:riatc—
work off your shinplasters, and never touch
,'John, Forney, the .drafted man who
allot Lieut. Ford, when the latter Wniattchtlit;
lug to arrest him, has been releas i d, from the
Old Capitol' Prison, at Washington, niui is
now awaiting 'his trial befOre the Fulton
county Court ,
jp&'The editor of the Erie Disliatcit who is
a democrat, says in regard to cert l ain
thizers of treaaon in the _North tnat _they_ are
making reputations so bltick that they Will - be
damned in all future time. •
26rit_is proposed to pass a statute limi
tation against the early 'marriages of army
widows. Several who have gone . Off in tie - w
bonds of wedlock, are perplexed by bearing
iblit their patriotic husbands "still live."
)Q _From a statement published by the
State Treasurer we find the amount of State
Tax assessed :to this county since 1837..t0
have been $37,617,42. Upou tills amount
there has been received froni the county
the State $34.617,53.
r,"Dickeys" are in style again. ;They
have beet out of fashion for twenty years-
This summer their use is to he revived as a
Eizatter of economy. Two plain shirts and a
half dozen dickeys are equal in point of util
itg- to six °shirts. Necessity is - thh parent of
• 'We learn, says the DAr.-ira, I - rcn. that
the Elmira and. Ai tinanisport bas
Passed into the hands of the
Railroad Company, and that train
are to be rue b.2tween.B...:timore af t :
[t is-also stated th.tt t:.t• Er.elLtil‘l.ly and the
Pennsylvania Railroad CmHiln-ny lave rased
the Buffalo, Ict..w York and Eri.:Road, from
..orning to Buffalo
:a—Leroy Lyman, of Ilcriletj (-min
ty, killed in tlire - :
the foilowing ill bear ;ind
three coons; ..nether day, foUi-. I.eer ;
another, five deer—they were Worth fifty - dol
lars. Who can beat that? or, who is there
in the county who has 4.;eaten it during this
.season? -Let the hunters nthe.their figures.
We believe this was considered .by hunters
a very poor winter fur their amusement.
The :int:mi.:li of School Directors is
invited to the ich , ,wini t , scctioi, (dale common
'school law pa , - e I
"That is :Jut!. Cr;e• of
Directors is t: ! en s ~.; 01.'11 ICt '
8111111:1! ' SlALcrta,:iii u. . . ti:lo.l:it
received and e' f xrvnd,l ~n•I tti•• upin-it due'
from col. ec tors:, :Ind r•irta tinillll-
cial operations of the di-drict in no, le:, than.
ten written or, prillt•-•1 hand put!
up in the most public places. in tiM
The notice mast be sizned by tiM preE;ident!
of the board add attesad by the secretary. '
Sar We ! see that a general bill has passed!
the Senate at 1 - I,lrrisblirLr. aril no doubt will!
.pass the Blouse, legalizing the payment of ,
bounties last summer by comities:and other !
corporations fur the purpose of stimulating'
volunteering. The bill renders perfictly valid,
all payments to:1.1e .1:(1 contracts or !agree- !
meats entered into by e , . unty Commissioners'
or other officers on account of sucl*volontary
bounty fund." This; will legalize the appro
priation made by our County Counitissioners.. i
ED. JOURNAL: I wiis glad to teal:our com-;
mendatiou in last weeks' paper of thrs im- !
portant movememt, but disappointed' thatyou
did not urge. the formation of. a League-in;
this Tillage. ' There is Work righthere that
ought to be done without a.day's dejar. There
are copperheads and sympathizers with itrea--
son even in Coudersport, to our shame - beit
said. So let our loyal men, withmk di.4trine
lion of party, organize a tinion at
-Once, and put themselves actively at work-to
sustain the Government -in its cobtest . , with
traitors. I hope von Will cors'ult the work
ing loyalists of the vil!age and name the
time and place for a meeting to i begin the!
good work. Yours for an honorable Peace.
llfir.T. W. Brown. editor of the 4 Wisconsin ' dispute Mr. Teed's right to change his °pin
Chief, one of the strongest republidan papers ; ions, or the'right• of Otir Corning cotemporary
'of that State, speaks in the followidg terms of' to defend him'; but we do not see the propri
the prospects of his par y:—"Another three !„,.% ofthat 31r. Seed
mouths under the fatal reign of the past poliey' Ts•-• insisting
of the Administration, would so deeply b u i.. y ! wltett he, himself distinctly declares that he
the party •which placed it in power, that no is mit. • "
combination of circumstances would ererl -
again awake it from the grave." The remib- ' ~._,w441•-•.B,.ailim°re Seems to be iii loyal.
. - .] ' L
lima editors are preparing it fori burial.-IThe itiotoriobs VallandighabaCtetituadvertised
Welltboro Banner. -
. , to make a speech thereienently, but neither
Thurlon- Weed Brown 40C3 not publish al he n l or his. friends dar@tL•to attempt ..2t, pub-
Republican paper. His paper is the organ of 1 .-- 11 --
'- ' - Rutiler ' hal - 2i .'- gibribtia•' popular
Temperance, Anti-SlarerY, and Anti-Latter- i I'c l}' .. Ben. ' - '• i •
Day-Democracy. Be does not belOng• to t h e .: denaonstration'in his behalf, 7lien bd rebuked
Republican party—neither does be; belong to I the: hypocritial "peaCe - bernocracy"the
the Loci:Woe° Copperheads. If the Banner i Slaveholding c prOpagantliajs," infitting terms.
will publish, the article as found in the,,RB-,,, • ' • _ • " • •
consin Chief, we will warrant thetano very 1 1 'ret,„, ' ,The bill authbrizing , the - President to
palatable dish for Democracy to di.scuss:. We
: _. h
I suspend the Wiit. of h a beas_e:orpus as passed
read Mr. Brown's paper, and while We approve
of scale of his writings we think kiln re I
, far! Joint( houses ttrltt Fith. the :Preo4l4:4:§lgne;
from the truth.in many things. i I ture ' will become a' law of the rattd.;•
. -- ..... - . • -
if)iiit& - it : fra i= sind=itEiy - nrr ' ' .
en cpeefni, dini't: fitf r ,E lideitlottA 0 uttliel
iNoi*Pi Ci l 4 43 :acc ii i i b i ! : •o?. - i i i e Pig h i l i'll,. : ' ''l ii
is notconfined_to „any • particular,paviy 7 4te:,
pth:Heini; rDemoerati", - - , tind
_,A.biilitintista all 1
taii : hig iSiff: 'Teti: , os t --.6id, - ! iy i. - ;c0-irespon-1
tient gist we have a Meetin ,, - in 'this - gotnity:
Wes will. give •ample•notiee pf such 13 3e4tind0
ecoii,' as Speakers' -. tan be eeenreil.:- In z the
ini.4ii Hine 'let.' ihe' - fri end4r- of.. the • 'Union and
I Go4ernnivni he active, eafit eit 7 . ittad laborious !
Lin . 61eiv.. WOric fhr :the - cacise: - We nOpy:.thtil
1 . ..
1 following notice Of . the meeting in New YOrki
-city . friim"the Triune:- • - •• . ' -
. . .
"The magnificent uprising. of the. 'people"
and the nobly•loval speeches ofthp,most pop.
ular men of,t,ho Democratic party last Friday
evening, at the great mass meeting, in and
abont - the Cooper Institute, will fall with cut
ting weight upon armed
,Bebels of the South
as well as upon symF.athising Copperheads in
the North: New. York has seen no meeting of
such intensity of feeling since the memorable
(3.4 in Union Square. Though earnest and
telljng, speeches were made by Dr: llitOcock
and David Dudley Field, yet the most effective
blokOverestructr: by !apes T. Brady, Judge
Daly, and John Viießuten—tineti A-hosetreai
popularity, with the Detnocratie party entitles
their opinions to be taken as those of a very
lar,ge.. , mass' of their fellow-Democrats. , Mr...
BiadY declare - ell - at hefwairearly-to haralled
a Yankee if the Rebels insisted upon :it, and,
after i l liotirig a rtrintrk of Gen-. 'Sffit.lds that
wherever the Yankee located a blacksmith
shop, a tavern, or a school-house he was never
known to recede from it, he went on to advise
hiS Southern brethren that if these Yankees,
who had a thecirY nhout•the• war, once got
down into the Southern territory and put
arms intolhe ttanda of thOTneg.coes - : anti put
up their long feet on the tables of the estates
of which they took possession,, -, he (lid not'
want to be the lawyer employed in an action
of ejectment. John Van Buren expressed his
hearty support of the President, and approved'
of Ile • acts giving him . full. centitd-of
purse and the sword. There should be no
outcry against "extraprdinaey powers". ex
cept from those who wanted to see the Rebel- 1
lion prosper. He did not question the ec,n•
stitutiondity of the Proclamation, lie clues
Ine?rely - its utility, - Till. the so-called
Confederate Government WaS 'de:4ll=o - 1 - rd - he
held all-propositions for peace to lie entirely!
preposterous and absurd. He would sustain i
this war to the bitter end, and he thought]
that by united action that might be reached
in , ninety days—
EM/J'Ornx.kt: Yori . :knOw the law requires
I the common school teachers in the State of
Pennsylvanis, to assemble themselves together
at stated periods, to hold "District Institutes
to promote the interegs of education. The
jtownship of Keating 'has-but a single school.,
1 so that the Directors - had. to inrita teachers
from -elsewhere, together with as many cf.' the
citizen? end Scholars as chose to assemble, to
orirabize the first Institute in.this part of the'
cor.nty.: Accordingly on last Saturday we
tneyet school' house, and
with the presence and assistance of Mr. Wes
ton Linl, and hiS sister, Mr. and Miss
. One of the Directors: Mr. E, Z.
Dince; presided, the teacher acted as Secre-1
tary i and another Director.; lir. Harris, Stated'
the " )
-.object of the meeting.' A permanent
Association being, proposed that the incipient
teachers of the place might have the benefit
of this means of preparation. Mr. Bird, at
the - request cf the meeting. drafted a Consti
tutin and 13;.-Laws for i
the "Keatn ,, Teach
el.'s I Association, which were forth With
ad opted. ClasS drills in Reading, Geo.Traphy,
Mer tat and Written Arithmetic, and Grammar
were conducted with spirit L—some cf them by
entirely inexperienced- persons, who gave
prothise of ful , fre utility as teachers. A vol
,was extetupprized and sus
mined by 'Mr. Clafflin and opposed by Mr.
Bird, others stthseqnently taking part as they
The resolution was
;I:?er.iII f'Ll.a it oil 11l
Iforilt , d, That:the number of studies to be
pursited it common schools should be unlim
ited by law.
Tile folliyWing officers for the year iwere
elected Cyrus B. Lewis, President; Henry
H4rris, Vice President; Emily. E. Dingcei,
Stl;retary ; Mary E arris, TFuasurer..
Thenext meeting of the . AssoCiation will be
held on the las . t. Saturday in May, end on the
programme for that ocatiion stands the fol
lowing resolution offered by Mr. ClaEllin, for
Tr ohei, That'syhtb.etle te.actiiitg i , better
Also the promise of a closing- address from
Mr. Bird; all the other exercises being dis
tributed amoOg the meMi)ers. •
On motioh of Mr. Bird, the Secretary of the
day - mms, desired to send .sacli, a notice of the
protecdind`s as she ;tiic fil;fai fiutriciiiioli in
the county paper, and as 01hr:a made it as
brief as I cari I have failed tb show the active
Interest taken, ,in if - by the:petsons present,
which I aSsert, l . and leave it to , believed.
It lams au interesting and profitable season.
May it be succeeded by many •others as good
and tisefui. E: C. Writhip, Sec'y pro teen:
I:2 • CEPX Corning . ..Tournali defendt
Thurlon-, Weed, as a Republican. Does the
Joui7nal remember that Mr. Weed distinctly
aa4unced, on leaving the editorial chair of
the I . 4lbang . ...rournal, that lae.dould no longer
act ivith the Republican party? We do not
Kr.. , ,TiNo, Feb. 23, 18G3
='t L r L+~t'DSe'air`r~Z 2 a~ e fyL r g.~ ll e
Commissioner of Intethialjteienue has deci
'ded eiso"Klitayfasstss as fietilefs, -per
sons .7bo sell logs and lumber in infts r
i , and
the Assessors will report:tcti;e
cordingly, and the license will be preyarelfn
cOnfolmit3;-witt ApplleatiOn r s
for ,liepse ;
,p.46 . 1i1a be 'made`, - "and the license
license resides. • • .
TLIFTSSIZETY PO§TAL GUILRENCT.-It r ii aff
dciallj stated that' applications 'for postal.
reacy can be ratisGed by arty of the depbsito 7
I.ries of the Treasurv. Currency to the arlionni
tof $15,000,000 has alreedy boen ,printed;
$2,000,000 is not yet in circulation , and more
is being provided for at the rate of $200:009
I a dav.
No - Burnt: Pnoor REQUIRED,— It has not
yet hecn publicly denied, that: the Chemical
Soleratus made by D. B. DeLand & Co., ,is all
that its friendslare claimed—that it is ii - pure
and wholesome -article. This cannot be-de
nied irtzface of the testimony of chemist's and
those bfst - qualijle.d to judge. It is-a fact : 4ll . l:U
the Chemin' Saleratus is the moat popular
kind -among housewives. This eon - Altutes
the most complete proof that can be reqmred,
of the superiority of the article. It is' sold
at wholesale by the manufacturers ati.l!.9ir
port, Monroe Co., New York, and at retail by
all respectable dealets generally:
• ToNervous Sufi - press
OF BOTH SEXES. A NerrOus Gentl'etnen .
having Leen restored to health in a few
days, after undergoing all the usual routine
and irregular expensi7e modes of treatment,
without succes, considers it his sacred dutj
tO communicate to his afilielld fellow crea
tures the MEANS OF czar.. Hence, - ref
ceipt of an addressed envelope, he will , send
(free) a copy of the prescription uSed. DiL
red to Die. JOHN M. DANGALL
-18 G Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Corrected every 11 7 s.dnesday by P. A. STEB
BINS & CO., Retail Beaters in:Groceries
• - and. Provisions., • 1 -
opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
Coudersport, Pa. '
Apples, green, Il bush., - 43.71 to 75
do dridd, , li i '1 00 200
Beans, • ig I 1 00 150
Beeswax, V lb., - -. 25 3O
Beef. “ __. - 3 . 4
Berries, dried, 14- quart ~.... • . . 6 _• 121
. . .
Butter, --0 lb.,— . 18 20
Cheese: • " - - : • .7' l 0
Corn, '' , -1 hush~ '
Corn Meal, per cwt., 2 00 • 2 25
Eggs, 7 tl doz ,• I • il5
Flour, extra, 11, bbl., 750 500
du superthin " . : 600 1 00.
trains. . - t_) n., 9- 12A
Honey, per lb.,
3laple Sagar, per lb., • 10 1 12
0.0.1,11 bush., - 44 • ! 50
Oa on?. " - . 75 100
Pork, 70.bb1., • . , 17 00 18 00
do 0 lb., -I 9 10
do in Irhole boa', 71 1b.., .
.5 I 6
Potatoez, per bush., ' ,• , 37?.. 144
Peaches, dried, --,-? lb., - 195
P0 . 1114 - s„ 7, -,) lb., 7
Ilye, per bush., - 75 I •
Salt, - i:-:?. bbl., 3 50
do 14 sack - ,
Wheat, 7 r ) Eush., 00
'White Fish, 450 s'oo
At the re,sidenze of the bride's father iu
'Li-rnan , ville. on the 10th inst., he the .Rev.
J. J. Roberts, GEORGE W. MANNING. of
Port Alleennv 3 to , Miss ROBA L
• , „
Pli/HEADELPIII.I. .4.7.4710 ,
Tills great line Traversesd the - Northern :end
Northwest counties of Pennsylvailia 'to the
city otErie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pcnn.;_ute•ani.
Railrccd Cculpariy, and ender their au:spices
is being rapidly opened:throughout its entire`
It is new in use for Passeng2r and Freight
business - from . 11..timrsnuna.,:o Siunenmhol4nc - ,.'
Ist Fork, (174 miles) on the Eastern
eel from Sheflield to-- Erie, on the-Western
TIME OF PASSES:GER Tr. Alys AT SINNTAEAIIOS;ING
Expiess train arri\•es
Empress train leaves rest
Cars :on tkrough WITHOUT CFUNGE hutb
ways on 'these trains betwepa
Rod Lock Haven and between . 132tiraore and
Elegant S!eeping Cars on the Express Train
both v, - .lys between Williamsport -and Batti
more and Williamsport and 'Ph iladelplia.
For information respecting Passenger bnsi
ness apply at the S. E. Cor. 11th and Market
And for Freight - busidess of the Company's
S. B. Itiegsten, Jr, Cor. 13th and Mari:et
Sts. Philadelphia. -
J. W. Reynolds, Eric.. "
J. 31. Dill], Agent N., C. B. B. Baltimore.
H. H. HOUSTON;
gewl Freight, 4gt. Thira.
LEWIS L'. Hourr,
Ger.-'1 Ticket -IA Phira.
JOB; D. POTTS, • -
'Grit Manager, ,TrutirtgaTeil
A - E S !--
QUGAR-MAKERS 'and HOUSE-R EEPERS
save all your Asbes"•Carefully and free
from dirt as possible. I will pay 12 to 13 Uts.
a bushel for them delivered at my I'otashery.
Want them in March and - ,
• LUCIEN 81P.D..
Brnokland, Paq March 9, 1863.
- Adsadnistralor's Notice. 1 .
Vi ll t E he " ;
estate et e o t t f er c s ij o a f r
T A:rn iv tis d t en rati d o e n e '
, o d n
Tate of Bhighani tp, - Pottei co., F'a., have been
issued tci - the 'iubscribers in 'due form of law,
`notiee is hereby given to all persons knowin ,,
themselves indebted to •said estate to make
immediate payment, and those haring_clainas
will present them, duly authenticated, !:or
AWSSA A. WORDEN
AdllEr f e.
-BURTON LEWIS, '
Bingham, Feb. 21, 1863. t • 1
The greatest 4 ,3 9P . : 112 ke -- er--
P - noyrr I -Fgrsate.at - • • ",
filE JERSEY . 4..AND540 1 .74 1 .--A4l-- -
Suitable:far Grapes; lenclie,4l"ears, Rasp--
ries; ei:berries, CriiiiiiitS;
Zr.c., of 1,_,21,;.5 ; 10, or 20ticrea each,lif ;the
for Represent, viz 20 acres
'for $ . 260', 20 acres for-5110, fi,aeres for. Sixty
Donal's, 21 items for Forty Dollars. 1 were: for
Tweaty Dollars. Payable bY 'one dolliir
Aseeir:^ 3 •
Also. good Cranberry lands!, and cilinge,lot.l.
in CHET XV:O - 00,721.1y100 feeya r t Tea Dollars
each; rtayable rby one diallar, a 'Week: The
above land and thryns, are situated, at Chet
wood, Washington Township,.aurltugton.Oo.,
New Jezp - ey. Rot. farther infoantation, apply;
with- a P. 0. 6tamp, tor 'a Circular, to • ‘•
B. FRANKLIN CLARK:::
.„,10. CIO Cedar Street, New York;
. FOR SALE. •.,
A .'.NEW ENGINE AND FIXTURES—elght=
horse j)otver, with flue - This ,en
gine is now in 'a Tannery at Dienville, Alle
gany Co.; N. , Y., and has never:ben nsed.
Also, THE TANNERY AT trtsvn„LE.--
Thi:i ttihnery is in a 'good locAtion forfuusi
ne., both as to markrt and bark. • •
The ermine "will" be sold seriaratcly, if de
sired' Or Tannery' and engine together. Will•
be sold. very cheap. For terms atd - further
inforthation concerning the nrOtierty.apply to
- ANDREW JACKSON, t r
• Coudersport.•Potter•Co., Penn'a.
Jall. 30, 1863. - : - •
VA/ 31. ILIALL3IAN Would' inform the' tra-
V V - reline public that he has rented the'
Eagle Eaotel C.
Block. at fls..vayo Penn's, which' has
been newly refitted and furnished,' where he
Intends to keep a First Class - Hotel. Parties
of pleasui-e and those nishid2 - :::(luiet borne
over Sabbath, will:find this boa cequal to a:al
in this vieinity...The tables Will alWaYs be
well supplied. and the barns well .. futnitlied
with hay and Cats,land no pans., spared for
the comfort 9 f guests.
()sway°. 25, 18C2.
PENSIONS, BOUNTIES, BASK PAY, WAR CLAIMS,
AND CLAIMS FOR INDEMNITY. •
Stewart, Stevens & Co.;
iorneys-al.-Law wad S olicitors
ALL KINDS OF MILITARY CLAIMS, *:
411 PennsylvaLia-Avende, Washington, D. C
Ti i_ firm ; Having a thorough knowledge of
the Pension business, and being familiar with
the practice in all the Department-3 of Govern-
meat, believe that the} - .can afford greater: fa,
dillies to Pcnsioc.bonntY and other Claimants',
for the prompt and successful tt6complishnient
of business entrusted to them, than any Other
firm in Washington. They desire to secure
such an amount of this busines..S. as :will milable
them to execute the business for : each clai M ant
very cheaply, and on the basis of their pay
contingent upon . their success in each case.
2 25 250
4 * *Their charges will be Ten Dollars for
Officers and'Five Doiials for Privates, fur each
Pension, Bonntn. or Back Parobtained„ and
ten per cent. on - amount of Clainis- for Military
Bupp3ies, or Cl:aims for inderanit
i 8 00 10 00
- ,, Soldiers enlisted since the Ist of March,
1802, in itey kind of service, Military or Naval,
who are disabled by dise.ase ,or wounds, are
eolith-I.i to Pensions. All soldiers who serve
for two years, or during. the. War, should it
sooner close, will be entitled toiSICC Bounty.
Widows of soldiers who die or are killed, are
entitled to Si CO bounty. if there be no widow
then the minor children ; then the father, too-.
the'', sisters, or brothers are entitled as above.
Washin7ton, D. 0.,
s• at our odiee, or to our Associate
at ozwayo, Pf. , tter county, "Pa,—JAMES
GRAVES, Esq , who just returned from
Wasiiin . zton: D. C., ,. e.nd is suptilied with !nil . ;
the /afig,'.6ll7/1:s issued under the late instritc,
times. and will Ell them up for all who-have;
Oven so unfortunate as to require an appliCa
tioh. Difice "Itegul...ter Store''
A Lecture to Young laen! .1
Just ptiblish ed in a .ealeri envelope, prices' bt..5
450 5' 00
A leetnre on the Nature,Treattnent
lent Cure of,.,...Spermaiorrlima. or SprninalWeak-
Mt. 33, Involuntary Ernisinns. Sesiml
and Lapedirnents to Marriagr_ ,
vousness, Consnmption. Epilepsy and Tits ;
Meptal and Physical I.rcapneitc,re niting from
Self -abuse , &c., by 1: ont: J. ein.t , ,:alr - 4 - .LL,ILD.,.
aiiii.or of the Grt. et.
Tlie wol!d.renowned author, iir this adml.r
able•Lecture. clearly proves from his own ex
,pertenee that •tiv,± awful eonserptiMces of
abuse may te, efrectuall . .' used Without medi
cine, and without dang, F rous surgical opera
, tions, bungles : lnstruments. rings . ; or cordial&
pi.?intingout- - d mode of cure at :once certain
and effeclnal, by whlc. l l every sunfer - no mat
ter what ha: condition inay be, mlr cure hint
self cheaply,. Privately and radically. Titi
'lecture, will prove a boon to th'Ousands and
thousands. Sent tndcr oera,to any adareiss,lo
a plain, scaled envelopc-, on th-:. - :i . r;;eipt of via
cents, or two postage Stamp:, by padres:4oz,
Dr. CILLS. J. C. KLINE,,,,.
127 Bowery, Now York, Post °like Box, 456.-
12.45 P.. M.
2.33 P. M
VIIFP.F.AS, letters of admininistration on
thets;ate of Ircs!irwx dee'diate
of alleg nv toWnship. Putter Co'. Pa.. have
been L;sued to the subscribers in Co'.,
fa . rna ;of
law, notice is hereby given to' persons
linoxinz theioselves indebted to said estzte to
-make initrediate payment ; and :hose having
claims will present them ; duly attthenticated,
for'Settlement: '; -
L. D. MORLEY.
NANCY MoRLEYI Adnis.ra.
Alleg,rany, Jan. 30, 1,863 6•a410
Ad al ire ist raioes • ligtlce. ..-;.
VIIIEREAS. Letters of Adininistration on
9 the estate of 0. A. ,Leiri - s,'denl, late bf
"Ulysses Township, Potter so., Pa.; . have been
issued to the subscribers in due form of law,
r.o:icels hereby : , *.,11 4 en to all
. persps knowing
themselves indebted to said estate 'to make
Ifinned:ate payment; and thoselniVing clalms
will present them, duly authenticated, for
.7‘l. LAVINIA LEWIS, 1 'Adrasr"a
E. D. LEWIS, . •
Ulysses : Pa., Feb. 16, 1963.
gAPONI FIER I SATO:NIitIER, I !
• i '
FOR`• SALE AT. STEBBINS'.
I ,AdministraierZs ittillce.. • '
lE. IHEIZEAS, Letters. 'of Administration on
Y. Y the estate of Ai H. Butteniorth, deed,
late of Coudersport, POtter co., P.a...,,have been
issued to thesnbscriber 'in dt.te'foim" of taw,
t riotice is hereby given toall perrons knowing
Itheila'selves indebted to said estate to make
inarnetliatear.fr_cjetit,'cUd those-hating clitlinas
i,will present them„daly , authenticated, for
settlement. ' II: J. OLIISTEP; 4 dxitfr. •
• Coudersport, Ftb.,l4; - 1'.':63. - :,.., , ,
To the Public.
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. id . > 4z4i _7. - nal
6 /0 6 r:
Vie Buffalo Werdaritlietollego?
[CORNEFI OF laiti Au SENECA STfiEETS.
Is an importa.nt link in the 'great chain - of
11.1TIO / YAL MERCANTILE COLLEGgS;iIo=
citied in the jollawing cities, Tiz _
Ni - TW 'iORR CITY,
-RROOKLYN,- ' A t.BANY, .
TROY, , _ CLEVELAND,
D,ETROT, CHICAGO, .-
I AND SAM'
I A Scholarship issued frcm the Runk) Cot
lege, entitles the holder to attend either or all
tile-Colleges for an unlimited time.
The . Hesign of these Institutions,is to impart
t 4 young men and ladies, a thorough,•piacti
cal business education,-
i These Colleges are.organixed.nnd conduct
ed upon a basis which. must secnre.to each
separate institution the LEStpossi.b3p facilities
far impartinga thorough mercantile educa-i
tio; and render it as..a whole, the most com
prehensive and complete.systern in this country
I Booki-Keeping in all its 'department, Com 4
WierciallLaw,Commercial Arithmetic and Pert,'
rrianship, are taughtinithe most thorough and
praCtical manner:: ' ' - , ..
,I The Spencerian Syitem of Penmanship, is
tnur , ht by competent and experienced teachers
1 Scholarship, payable in advante„ $4O.
' I Coliege - open day at d evening : no vacation
C LResident Principal at Buffalo, J. C. BRTANi`.
For fhrther information, please .Call at the
lleaeirooms;:or send for Catalogde - e.nd Cir
cUlar enclosing letter' stamp. Address
. BRYANT .k, STRATTON,
• i 1
i Jyoly . Buffalo, N. Y. . .
!The Magic time Qbserver,
THE ( PEIIFECTION OF MECITANIV, I
0, EING a Canting and Open Face, ot.Eady's .
MI or 'C I entleman's Watch Combined.
One of the prettiest, most convenient, and
d4cidedly the best a ticd • .clteapest timepiece for
g.4neral and reliable -use, ever.offered. It has
within lit and connected with its machinery,
it 4 own winding attachment, rendering a key
entirely unnecessary. The, cases of this Watch
rule coi9posed of two Metals, the outer one
fiie:lG carat gold. It has the improved
ruby action lever movement; and is warranted
an accurate timepiece. Pride, superbly wit
gliarediiper Case of - a half dozen,. $204.001
S:imple [ W atches, in neat morocco oozes, for
those proposing to buy at wholesale, s3s,sent
bi- express, with bill payable on deliver?,
SOldiers must remit payment in advance, as
we canot collect from those in lite Artnyt
;;Address -11 UI3BARD, BROS. & Co.,
• Solet Importers y ..
1 or. Nassau - ic - John Sts., New York.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
4. SANDBERG &
Tanners . and Curriersi •
'AVE also established a
Bodt and Shoo
Manufactory, opposite D. P. Glas-stnir . e's Hotel;
"in; the rcon . t formerly ciccupice- by J. B. Smith
rliev Offer their Boots and shoes at
'LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME QUALITY HAYEI
• EVER BEEN SOLD IN POTTER COUNTY.
ATA - thek - will have nothing but the best work-,
men and the best stock that the country will;
prOdiicei and :money and labor can procure/
- THE r FEEL CONFIDENT THAT:THEIR.
WOIIR: WILL GIVE
Hides; Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts
taken at the Highest Market Price. 1 ,
ti - IVE - US A. TRIAL
coutliisport, Pa., Mai•eli 13 i
R HANGINGS DEPOT,
1 So. 10 `Cortland . Si.„l\s2zo York,
' DIIIECTLY 07:0SIT.E.TH , E lITZSTEIII7, 'HOTEL
THE CROTON 11:.).NIT.E.A.CTUP.ING CO.,
(otgapited in.18!.16, under the General Manii
fliettring Law of the State of Mew York.)
Offers at wimiesale: in quantities to suit pur
chaser,, at Manufacturers' Lowest Prices. .
PAPER. iIANOING of every variety of Style
and Price. ,
FI4.E-BOA - IM HUNTS,
TgANSIIARENT ItINDOW SHAPES,
OIL PAINTE IVIF)ONV SHADES
WIDE \VINDOT: CURTAIN and ,
WI DOW ricLIADE
STORE SHADES 3.1..`,.DE TO . 011.DEP, .2SD
Of the,latest styles and superior finish, all
or their uivn man nfacture and importation:—
Asltheir stock is large and entirely- n6r, they.
invite Merchants, booksellers, and Dealers in'
these artjcles, to call. and examine their styles
and prices whenever they visit the city..
( OFFICE OF JAY COOEE,
At Jay . Coolie •&, Co., Bankers;
114 S.ICTII.TITIENI STGEEt,
Philadelabia, Nov. 1, 1862.
The undersigned' having been appointed
Subscilption Agent by the Secretary ofthe
Treasury; is now prepared to furnish, at once,'
IThaNew Twenty Year:6 peraent. - 13onds
of the United States, designated as "Five
redeemable at the pleasure of the
Governmetw, alter five years, and authorized
by Act of, Congress, approved Febey 25,1862.
TheuCQEPON BONDS are issued in sums of
$5O, $lOO, ssoo ' and $lOOO.
The REGISTER BONDS in sums of $5O,
$ I 000 and $5OOO.
Interest at 6, per cent. per annum Ttill cbm
meiree from the date of purchage ; and- is'
• f. Payailble in Gold;
Semi-annually, which is equal at the present
' i n gold, to 'stoma EIGHT per cent.
F i armers, Iferchtlnts, Meehan ics, Capitalists,
and all who hare an on"gx td invest,should
knelw and remmernbe.r that these bonds are,
in effect, a Past Illorttra.'e 'upon all Railroads.
C.ttials,"Bank Stocks and' Securities, and the
imriense products of all the afire tures e kcJ,
in the country: and that the frdl and ample
pro d r o isienmade for the payment of the interest
ation -of principal, by Customs
ties, -Eseise Stamps and Internal. Revenue,
serves 'make these Braids the
e;t, Most Available and Most Papule/
hiveitment its the Martiet.
&inscriptions received at Par InLegal Toutier
Natos, o: notes and checks of nanka at par in
Phi itdelphia. Suifrz7criVers by mail zril3 re
certie roctipt attention, and every facility and
esplonation will be atroxfied• on applieitien at
tNsretne.e. A supply orßOnt4 will be kept
on baactinr"iintnediate delivery. •
',L117 COOKE Sabicriptica An'ent.
New Goods; -1
-- ~ ~
toso 1 .6 per cent. saved, Ott own's:,
Dollar, by *raying your_ toodt
lIEGITLA.T OR, .
• at -
. • ••
We are bapiiv to inform ail illose,in
of Choice and rioroestic: Goods; .that we new::
have a stock of some
9 - _OO
Worth of all kinds of :
DRY COODS, GROCERIES;"
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS, CAPS I CLOTHING,
CROCKERt k HARDWARif
and di - erything usually kept in a Nil:mitt,. store;
We are prepared to sell at nearly the ;old
prices, notwithstanding the great rise bf goknti
in New York. Our facilities dro no* — sticli
that wo ate' prepared to furnish all thosfild
want of goods at less prices than can 6'4111
be sold by any dealer in this section.
we give yon;So'tne of our prices, and aliether.
prices the same goods are sold for by molt-of
our neighbars. 1 -
Good Sheetings, 12 to 14 cts. '
sold by most dealers for. id 022 ate:
Very nice bleached Goods 10 to 14 15to 2d ---
A large lot of Sheep's Gray and Gag..
Biruers, frOm 31 cts. Op •
Good AproniChecks and Check
Shirting, 12,1 e to 15 cts. ' ' .le•toid
Good Gingliams, 12 to'ls'lB to 45
Beautiful DiLaines and Poi do • "
Cherfog, 1r to 20 20 to3ll
Nice all Wool Merinos,63 worth $1,25 t 01,7
A large assortment of Black Silk - , '
5,5 tb $1,13 1,25 tci
Fine Black Silk Siitvla, $3,00 B,GO to o,od
And a large stock of Sleek Silks from T 5 stii
to $1 00 worth from $1 50 to $1 75.
• iGood Spragoes, Merrimats c Donnell' and
many other grades of very nice Prints - 0:1.1i
styles, warranted fast colors, Harms" Checkii
and others, for 11 to 12i cts, nothing vrer•
worth 15 to 20 cts,
./N . SHOESWE CAN SAVE TOLL A VERT
_. _ _
LARGE PER CENT. •--
GOod enameled boots, 75 els,worth.V.l3tol.sd
Gond balretOrtil bootees, $l,OO
Women's good Calf b00t5.75 to LOG 1.00t01.63
Men's do - $.2.75 4.00t04.75'
Warranted Kip Boots, home-Mae.,
* .52.73 3.5044:0d
We call your attention in this line, ati ILO
from 50 to 100
,per cent. below moat oi,ht;t:
,lealers—the so much noted for telling .
cheap, not excepted; _
-We will sell' you all Wool Fine Black Due%
skin Pants for Q.3.50,w0rth $5.00. --
Good Suits of Black Clothes : Coat, Veld t 7
Pants, Hat, Socks, Pocket - Handkerchief p &o.y
for $.lO, worth si& •
fp - the Irti . e !of Gi.beeriel iNfer a eborei
variety of Tess et 50,-75 ape. $l.Ol--athl tie/
,Dollar Tea can't be treat.
Good Scignr for 10 et..j. Coffee SErpr 1l cii.
F,aldratus 7 to acts..
Coffee 10 ctn..
, • ~
We i - ould also inform .
that Ilatl o .lro,
established in our
the largest in this section—and filled (rout
dellar to gorret. Also the liige
adjoiaiu,g are used by us for storage fectiths:
THE HIGHEST PP►ICE
. • •
and other . Pioclu&E, that can readiti bit
- serted into gash.
One lsord more. As the tram•, citatica iort
eicir.Gixids *eat bere,cciFtP . orilxv
cents per hundred, and our otherexpenscsard
use do sot need larie proW
C. IL SPIMOINS,;, z
,osv , :s.to roar, Jan.
i. 'l.! r