Newspaper Page Text
ITHE POTTER cousirr JouRNAI,
Weicusaaf g. 26i 1813:
Lochi• and General,
te,Gold is 24 cts. br6mium in s . ew fOik.
Read the Ne* Advertigement of G. H.
Simmons He Ikas just returned from New
tolic With a -large and well. selected 'assort
men!. of Fall Goods.
1204toraftea Men ivilltake notice of the
order published, in another column. l'hre
fa 'no need ef reliortintat Williamsport until
'tlit iinse spedged. • -- 3
jThe men of Coudersport and viciroy
are requested to meet in the Cemetery bel!mv
the village on Saturday next, at 8 o'clock A.
m., with pick shovel, and scythe. Necessary
'work will be assigned them. Let there bp a
good turn out. , . •
19).,The fall of Fort Sunipter is now daily
expected.—The town of Lawrence Kansas,
has been sacked, burned, and men murdered
in their beds.—The draft is taking place in
Sew York. Everything is quiet. —There is
.nothing of importance from the Potomac
Artny.—Drafted men are joining the army at
Abirate of 2000 per' day.
11S_See new Advertisements.
Lists of Jurors.
School Teacher wanted.
Note lost—Byron Woodcock. -
Estray Steer—Merritt Chapel.
Notice—Wm. Redd e.
Auditor's Notices-41 7 J. Olmsted
Or-Claims to the amount of several mil
lions of dollars have been sent, in to the City
officers of New York for losses sustained
during the riot. Another evidence of the
despotism of "Lincoln Government," say the
-copperheads. As long ago as-January last it
was prophecied by a neutral commercial pa
per of that city, that a certain party were:en
deavoring to "hatch out" anafchy. We have
had it. The blame, however, is put where
all honest men feel that it belong+ Wood,
Seyniour, Brooks & Co. have done what they
hive done. A day of reckoning will come.
Wars do not last forever.
'One of the greatest curiosities of a
snake kind we have ever seen was witnesSed
by us the other day. On Wednesday while
the Snowshoe train was on its way to this
place, one of the brakesmen discovered
young copperhead with a small blacksnake
about half swallowed ; They evidently fiad
bad a fight; and the copperhead had suc
ceeded in sty:Mowing about half - tie blaCk
-.snake, when the latter commenced r an attack
-on the inside Of the copperhead and succeeded
in eating a hole clear through him. ,We wciuld
Tenture to say a similar instance has seldom
..been seen.—Belltfont Prtss.
jar - Hon. Meredith P. Gentry, late member '
, of the Confederate Congress from Ternesse.e
surrendered himself voluntarily to the Fed
eral Commander at Shelbyville the other day.
-Mr. Gentry was a Whig politician of con4d
erable note, a member of Congress during
.Polk's administration, and was the Krick
'othing " candidate for governor in ;.$55
against Andrew Jobason by whom he *as
-defeated. _ •
teria is ragine at a fearful rate in
Western Illinois, and baffles the skill of the
most celebrated physicians. In the town of
Moline over one hundred children have 4led
from its effects. Parehts in a panic have abut
their children into the -house to keep them
-cl&xr of it; but it was observed that those',
who were housed were victims soonest, while
those who "roughed" out of doors invariably
GOVERNOR AIKEN OF SOrTE CAEOLINA.—AC- ,
cording to a statement from the Baltimor e
correspondent of the New York Commercial,
• Ex.-Governor Aiken of South Carolina has
been incarcerated in the Libby Prison at
Richmond for refusing to submit tothe trai
tor tyranny ofJeft. Davis. Gov. Aikin was one
of the most wealthy men and the largest slave
holders in South Carolina, and according to this
writer has laid "his three thousand slaves on
the altar of his country as slavps no longer,
but as free men, and adheres to the star span
A. Goon Ost.t-In oae of the. townships of
'McKean county, there dwells a father and sev
eral sons, who belong to that class . of citizens
who alirays vote the ticket labeled demo
cratic, and who still believe that Gen. Jack
son runs every four years for the Presidency.
When the enrolling officer came around re
cently, the sons of this family ridiculed the
officer, and annoyed him as Much as possible
While in the discharge of his duties. Jost as
he was leaving, one of the bOys spoke up, as
follows: "Hold - on, there, yon hat'n't en-
Toiled the old dog yet," referring to a dog
lying by the side of the house. Well," says
the officer, "f. have ail his pups down, and
they'll answer for the first draft 1" The boys
et llapsed.—ifeKean Nine r.
OMIT-11E1P OPINION 3 OF TVE NEIV TOSS
~,Titorzes.—Seymour says*theylare his immeu
<tate. constituents" and "friends." Justice
-:.McCann -calls them "those innocent peoplO."
'The Dailf News palls them "the populace,;'
the Herald "the people." The Espress char
acterizes them as
-"enraged and outraged Con
scripts!! The World describes them as the
~ laboring population." The Boston Counrr
says they are "exasperated fellocr Citizens'"
- and!"misguided persons," ivho should not be
regarded as ( "mere enemies 'pilaw and order,"
The conntry.regards them at murderers and
rebels, against whom, fo offeaders ss they are
against law and order, every penalty of the
lace should be directed.
'A Great National Cemetery.
grand and beentiftd, idea : has been con
ceived by our iiiiriotie citizens since the great
battlis of the-rst, 2d, and 3d. It'i the prop=
osition to establish a National Cemetery upon
the battle-field, and gather into it the bodies'
of our heroes-froth all the States, who fell
fighting for Liberty and Law on the bloody
field of Gettysburg.: ' There has been two sites
selected for this object, and contracts entered
into.-with the owners for the.pnrchase of the
land at $2OO per acre. 'Which one of the two
will be chosen has not yet been fully deter
mined. The one is the high ground east of
the Baltimore pike and immediately opposite
Evergreen Cemetery. The other is the ground
adjoining the cemetery on the south-west,and
the very - spot where the enemy repeatedly at
tempted to tun what is known as the left ,
centre of our line, and 'failed with such im
mense slaughter. The first location, from its
elevated position, would seem to be; the most
desirable spot of the two. L' pou this emi
nence you command a full view of almost the
entire battle-field. The other is not so prom'.
inept, but has advantages which seem to point
to it as the more appropriate spot, Being
more secluded, beside a thickly wooded grotre,
and upon the very 'groundwhere the hardest
fighting occurred, .and where the tide of bat
tle was turned in. our favor, and a glorious
victory secured. Both locations are admira
bly adapted for the purpose.,The plan has
not been fully matured, but w conceive it Lo
be this: In order to secure the success of
this noble work, it is suggested that the peo
ple of the States to which the heroes who are
buried at Gettysburg belong, contribute to
defray the expense of the enterprise, and that
Pennsylvania take the lead to secure success.
The - Governors of all the loyal States have
been telegraphed to on the subject, and so far
as heard from, a favorable response has been
received. 'Eight States have already united
with Pennsylvania in this noble work. The
grounds will be laid off, and each State as=
signed a separate department. Into this will
be gathered the bodies of the fallen from the
respective States. They will be decently in
terred, and their graves marked with a head
stone and inscription. A list and directory
will be prepared for the benefit of visitors, and
those who may come to seek after their friends.
I Another department will be assigned to those
l_who cannot be recognized as belonging to any
Fparticular State, and whose names may be
','unknown. These will be gathered into one
enclosure, and an appropriate monument
erected over their remains.
We heartily commend this enterprise a to the
consideration of the patriotic people of the
union. The men who fell at Gettysburg will
need no monument to commemorate their val
or. Like the Spartans who fought at Ther
mopylae, those who struggled at Gettysburg,
in the cause of liberty, will be remembered
while liberty has a friend on earth. But we
owe it to future generations that we in some
way prove our gratitude to the dead, and
show that those who survived to reap the re
ward of the victory at Gettysburg,-were - not
unmindful of what . was due t, their brethren
and fellow-citizens who fell in that fight.—
While the object is invested with its present
interest, we trust, at least, that the conduc
tors of the press of Pennsylvania will give it
their hearty sup,..-ort, and that the people will
not rest satisfied until all who fell at Gettys
burg, and whose .bones are still
over and bleaching on that vast battle-field.
are gathered, into one enclosure, over which
shall rise a monument as proud as their deeds,
to commemorate their valor and to point as a
signal to the blessed abode of the , heroes in
heaven.— (.;.Ityd.,uri4. Sentiiul.. ,
DR. lI_OWAY'S PILLS
DR. RADWAY'S PILLS
-DR. - RADWAY'S PILLS
Are superier to all other purgative medi
cines in the world: They are the only purga
tive pills that is safe to administer in cases of
Erisipelas, Typhoid. Scarlet. Yellow, or other
Fevers, or in Small Pox. G.Cstritis, Infiama.tion
of the Bowels. Piles, and other diseases, where
a mild, soothing and healing purgative is re
quired. One nose of Radway's Pills will
cleanse the bowels, end purge from the sys
tem diseased humors as thoroughly as lobelia
will cleanse the stomach, without weakening
the patient. One_dose is sufficient' to prove
their superiority to all other. pills. Dr. Rad
way's Pills are sold by Druggists generally.
Notice to Drafted Me3i.
The time for Drafted Mne to appear has
been extended as follows:
Ist Sub-District. August .24th 1863.
- 2d Sub-District, August 25th 1863.
3d Sub-District, August 22nd 1863.
4th Sub-District, August 2-7th 1863.
6th Sub-District, August 28th. -
6th Subiktrict, August 21st.
7th Sub-District, September Ist.
Bth Sub-District, September 3d.
9th Sub-District, September 7th.
10th Sub-District, September 4th.
11th Sub-District, September 4th.
12th stab-district, September 11th.
13th su o-district, September 15th.
14th sue-district, September 17th.
15th sub-district, September 18th.
16th sub-district, September 19th.
17th sub-district, September 21st.
18th sub-district ; September 22nd:
19th sub-district, September 23rd.
20th sub-district, September 24th,
21st slab-district, September 25th.
' TIOGA COUNTY.
22nd sub-district, September 26th.
23rd-sub-district, September, 29th.
24th-üb-district, October Ist.
25th sub-district. October 2nd. -
2 26th sub-district, October 3rd.
27th sub-district, October 6th.
28th sub-district, October Bth.
29th sub-district, October 10th.
30th sub-district, October 10th.
31st sub-district, October 10th:
32nd sub-district, October 10th.
33rd sub-district, October 10th.
34th sub-district, October 10th." , •
No Exciminationl can be het: ezterpt in acezi-il ,
cnee.with the abore order. ' L .
The Board of Enrollment gill be in session
daily for the purpose of hearing crises of ex
emption and making examinations ; at_ their
fropa_ 9 &clock, m. until 12 in.,,and
from 2 o'clock p. m. until 3 o'clock p. m.. to
W. W. V,11111:,
Capt. and - Provost Marshal.
Coramissitmer of Board:
J. IL DODBINS.
- Bargeori or board.
August 21st, 1863.
AUNT'S BLOOM. OF ROSES,--for'the La
COSTAR'S VERMIN EaTEMITNATOR, at
C.! _.% pONIFIER! The "Big Thing" on Soap,
0 for sale at STEBBINS'
lIMEMate. for sale at.
, COLN% ELL'S
Female Teithety to - teach_ the school at
Ili Not-her:gen. Wages $2O per month.
Applications will be accepted up to the 10th
day of September. PBABLES 31E1 E,
- Sup% Board - of Directors.
Germania, Aug,-12, 1863.
A - Promissory Note •giren, about the 15th
/IL of March, 1863. for Ninety Dollars pay
able' one yeailnim date, by Otis 'Woodcock
to Byron Woodcock. - Any person finding
said Note Rill pleaseeeturn it to the subscri
ber, as he has given notice to the said Otis
Woodcock not to pay. it unless. presented by
Enlalia, 'Ang."26, 1883.
1 erne to the.pretnisei of the subscriber in
-.Jackson Townspip, about the first ofJune
laSt, a Fale fted Steer, about one year
old. The owner will please come forward;
prove property,, pay charges, and take him
away, or he will be disposed of according to
law. • .- MERRICK CHAPEL.
,Jackson Tp., Aug. 21, 1863.: :
,GEasta..nri, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1863.
XT, °TICE is hereby given that Charles'Bu
-171 shor e now or late of this county, holding
the following described property, has not yet
paid any consideration whatever for the same,
and•all persons are hereby warned notto pur
chase any of said property of the said Bnshor
before the decision of the Court is given in
this case and •C. Bushor has paid to me' the
consideration money therefore.
The following is the property!'
Tat: A certain tract of land neat the Ger , .
Mania Mill, in warrant 5075, Abbot township,
Potter county, Pa., containing 100 acres.—
Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining
' 2nd.. A certain tract of land, with 31ill and
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, Stewacds.on, township, Potter
bounty, Pa., containing about 204'acres.
C. Busbor bolds also in trust warrant no
2501, in Gidnes toWnsbip, Tioga counts - , Pa.,
on the road leading from Germania to Gaines,
containing 850 acres.
Ml—The following are the Lists of Jurors
drawn for the September term s ISB3-:
kb'oott—J. C. Helfrecht.
`Alleginy- , -Willia'm Peet, Samnel Winegar.
P. E. Maynard, William Rogers, Charles Costs.
Bingham—E. W. Ryan, Austin Cram.
Enlalia—Almeron Nelson, George Hurlburt,
D. D Colcord-, Jacob Jenkins, Harry Lent.
. Hector—Cyrus Snnderlin• •
OsltayoN: H. Rice: • •
Pleasant Valley—D. P. Roberts. •
Stewartson—John S. Clark.
Sweden—Gustave Nsefe. S. Y. Aviv`.
Ulysse.s-0. R. Bassett, John Smith.
TRAYEUSE SURGES :
Clara--Jabob Allen,- J. L. Cole.
Eulalia—Daniel Clark, Seth Taggart.
Harrison—Woolsey Burtis.. George G. Ellis:
Hector—John Sunderlin, S. H. Carr, Fran:-
cis. Strang, Abel Dickens.
Hebron—G. W. Stillman, SS - lresteT Green
Oswayo- -Charles Head.
Pleasant Valley- 7 N. P. Fluent.
Pike—John M. Kilborn.
Sharon—W. L. Starkwether, 0. C. Warner.
Ransom Sloat, Luthur Canfield, A. L. Ballard.
Sfewartson-Leroy Crittenden, Henry An-
tiweden—C. C. Nelson
Sylrania—Charles.Wylioff, William Bur
Ulysses—E. D. Lewis, Barney Hicks, Wil
liam Fling, C. G. Cushing.. E. - D.'Leet, C. P.
Cady. D. C. LARRABEE, Sheriff:
jp Y VIRTUE of sundry writs , ' of Ver.dition
JILP Exponas, Fieri Facias and Levari Facial
issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Pot
ter County, Pennsylvania, and to vie directed, 1
shall expose topublic sale or outcry, at the Court
House in Coudersport, on MONDAY, the 21st
day of Sept., 1863, al I o'clock, p. in., the fol
lowing described tracts or Parcel's of land to wit :
Certain real estate situate in the Tp., of Eu
lalia, Potter county, Beginning at the north • 1
east corner of the tract of land owned by Al
mond Woodcock, on which he now resides,
and - following north line of said tract west
wardlY to the north-west corner of the same!
tract, thence along the south-west line of said
tract southwardly to a pine knot corner & wit
nessed - by notches cut in three - little beech
trees, thence south-east to a little Elm .stand
ing on the bank of the North Hollow Brook
and the line to be continued until it strikes!
the east line of said lot, thence north follow
ink said exit line to the plhce tit tieginninc,l
being lot `deeded to Nelson Woodcock bY Ai
mond Woodcock and Eulalia Woodcock by
deed bearing date the 7th day of October, A.
D. 1848: 7 -ALSO•:--Certain real estate - In Eu
lobo Tp., beginning at a pine knot corner
of the above described tract of land, thence'
south 5 ; 2° west 88 - rods to a post corner, tkience I
south`47 ° east 73 rodi to a post corner,thencel
south 55° west fifty-two rods to corner - of Al-1
meron Nelson's lot, thence east along Bing- !
ham line 95 rods, thence north 4° east 8 rods
to a post corner, north 39e west 1 2 2S'
rods to the pluct'of beginning beinKlot'deedL;
ed to Nelson Woodcock by Almond Woodcock
by deed bearing date September sth, A. D.
1860. The two above descri bed.ldfs contain-'
mg together about one hundred and ten aeresi
more or less, being thefarm oti which Nelson:
Woodcock now resides, the whole 'of
is improved, with two freme houses, two framel
barns, other out-buildings and some fruit;
trees thereon. To be sold as the property of
ALSO=Certain real estate beginning at a
post the north-west corner. of lot: No. 38 of
the allotment of lands in Hebron Tp., in east
line of-lot No. 115 now or late in possession
of Joseph Stone, jr., thence by line of lot No.
D 8 east 40. perches, thence north 26 perches
and edit 14 and 440ths perches to a corner
Pilot :N . 6..1.13 in possession of John Matteson.
thence by line of said lot north 12 and 3-10 the
perches, thence west 54 and 4-10ths perches,
thence lit part by east line of lot No. 115 afore
said 38 and 3-lOths perhce§ to place of begin
ninc,containing 14 and 5-10ths acres more or
less, being part of lot No. 44 of the allotment of
lands of the estate of S. M. Fox, deed, id He
bron Tp, conveyed by Dr. Geo. Fax, Adm's'r
of said estate to WM. McDougall and Manoali
Matteson. To be• sold as the property of
ALSO--Certain . real'estate in Pike tp,Pot
ter county, bpooded on the north by lot No.
beloitgingl to Joseph Sunderlin ; vast and
' - • _ .
south •by unseated lands. and. west .4:.10ts
No's 19 - And 22; containing',one - hundred and
twenty-six .and seven-tenths
_acres; being lot,
No. 10, and ; part of warrants Nos.-5112' and
5127;about thirty sere; of slitch are impnned
with one saw mill, one frame house,one frame
barn, one blacksmith shop And some fruit
trees thereon: To be sold as the property of
Jonathan Stevenson. _
ALSO-=Certain real estate - situate in Gen
esee Tp, Potter county, bounded on the north
by lands of G. W. Pierce, east by lands of
John Billingay south by Modes Dawley and S.
Barlow, and west by lands of
containing fifty-nine acres of land on which
are thirty acres improred, one frame house,
one fraute barn, other ont-houses and fruit
trees thereon. To be Sold as the property of
S. S. Roberts_
ALSO—A certain tract. of land situate in
Enlalia to. .beginning at a "'lost on the 11
line of lot No. 272 Surveyed to Sylvester j .
I Wright, thence partly. along said line north! i
110 perches to :. post, thence east 44 perches i!
to.a post on the west line of John Reed's lot./ i
(now Samuel Thompson's),thence south along l;
;said line 110 perches to a . post 14 perches !
!south of the S W corner of said John Reed'si
=lot, thence west 44 perches to the place of /
beginning, containing Thirty acres . and Twen-1
ty One Hundredths of an acre strict measure
more or less, being lot No 35'3 of the sab-di;
vision of the lands of the Bingham Estate in
iEulalia . tp. and part of warrant No 2079,'about I
itwenty acres of which are improved, with, one
frame house ; one stable . ..and some fruit trees;
thereon. To be sold as the property of Adelial
11. Hatrattl. .. . .. . .
ALSO—AiI those six dertain tracts,: pieces,/
or parcels of land situate in Pike-and Hector!
!townships, being lottery warrants nos, 5122:
15123, 5124, 5125. 5126. 5127, and conveyed. ; I
by Patents from the Commonwmlth of Penn-
sylvania to John Nicholson, dated the 29th ,5:1
30th days of April, '1794. and named Darby 11
Goshen Saint :Thomas Concord Fairfax kllich- ,
Mond, and each tract containing 1093 Acres,
or 6594 acres in all. and being the same as ;I
conveyed by John Nicholson and Hannah his
wife by deed - dated the 18th day of March, A.
ID 1795, to-John Asaey,-, andrecOrded araan;,7,r I,
ithe lan records of Potter county in Deed Book
i B, page 147 4 - c., excepting one piece contain - -. 1
i lag 100 acres heretofore conveyed to E. Sill Or-1
Iton, one piece containing 30 and A- acres con- I
veyed to S, H. Mini; andorie pleCe contain- il
.ding ' in , ' 72 and - the acres conveyed to Wm. Mc : - ;
/ Do ugall, , upon which lands there are several
improvements ; vii.: , 1 1
1 ... One of about 30,acres, with a franie house,''
'Tomo barn.. blacktmith shop, saw mill, out-:
buildings, and some .fruit trees thereon.
Another of about 20 acres . cleared, With a
1 [frame house, board. shanty' and some. frail
1 • Another of about 35 acres cleared.! with
1 three frame houses, 1 taw-rant 1 barn and
I other outbuildings and some fruit trees thereon 1
Another of stout 50 acres cleared with 1 ;
I frame house,. 1 frame barn and some; frail;
Another uf about 55 ac:-2s• l cleared land. 4
frame houses. 3 frame barns. I,saw-mill, some ;
outhouses and fruit trees thereon.
Another of about 12 acres cleared land, and
1 frame house thereon.
Another of about 50 acres c:earedlancl,with
1 frame house, 1 frame barn, 1 log hou - se, 1 •
board barb. and fruit trees thereon.
Another of about I_' acrescleared land.
Anothet of about 50 acres cleared land..-tats
1 frame house, 1 log house, and fruit trees,
Another of about 15 acres of cleared land,
with 3 log houses. 1 log stable 'and other out
house; threon. To be sold es the property
of Hunticker and
ALSO—Cettoin real estate sitttate in Eula
lia-tp., Potter co„ Pa.; bounded, au the north
by lands of the Bingham. Estat. on the ea - . 4
by lands of H. A. Nelson and the North Ho--
low Road, south by the Lynaansville and Cou
dersport road. and wet by lands 'h L. D.
Spse - nrd. containing Eighty-Eight, acres of
which twenty - acres ar 7cd.—ALSO
—One other lot situate in the town nod cenn - y
'aforesaid, and bounded on the northby lands
of the Bingham Estate. east by lands of, L. D.
SpalTord, south by lands of John Crittenden.
• and west by lands of J. Crittenden and S.
ROM containing One Hundred acres, of
twenty-57e acres are improved, with one
frame house, two frame' barns. outbuildings
and some frail trees . thereon.—ALSO—
A.nother lot situate as aforesaid and hounded
on the north by lands of E. Starkwether And
L. D. Spafford, east by the highway. and
south and west by lands of L. D. Spr.,fford
containing Setenty acres of which fifty acres
are improved. To be sold as the propeity of
Nathan Woodcodk and A.. Woodcock.
ALSO—Certdin real estate situate the
Village of Lymansyille, in Eulalia tp.,
ded on.the north by the Lycoming and Potter
Turnpike Road, on the east by the Highway
leading to Ayres Hill, on the south by lands
of Nathan Woodcock, and west by lands of
L. D. Sprifford, containing nine and eight
tenths acres more or leSs, all of which is int
rroyed, with one frame house. two frame
barns..other °tit-houses. anti a good ankle',
orchard and other fruit trees thereon. To be
sold as the property ofJonathan Glase. -
- D. C. LARRABEE, Sheriff.
friiE ODNFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
of an 'lnvalid. Published for the ben.PF.t.
and ftS a warning anti a caution to young men
who suffer from Nervous Debitty. 'Premature
Decay of Manhood. etc.. supplying at the sam
time the moans of self-cure. By one who has
cured himself after bein put too eat expense
and injurythro:Medicallmmhn, , ± an dig trickery
-Br enclosing a Post-paid add Fessed enre:ope.
single. copies mar hP had of the a .,: tho. A. - uator's Notice.
ATI:LA..I7EL MAYFAIR. Es.o.. i I , _ . .
Redford, Kings cOnntr':N.'l,7 Moe pac.ers!gned Auditor ...41 rant:e
rrbur,:on of the proceeds of the sale of Real
SPRING MILLS AC ADIEMY. • - F- i -L -, te. ii' , .----. co- , e of R. G. .wh. it._--, vs C. W
1 Co.. lle, of Ftliv- Term I.SGI. ::' , o. 32, will
SPRING MILLS, ALLEGANY 1.... N. Y. r _ ier „,.l Is. the d ut i. z . s o f hi., e .,,,,i ntment at t h e
ELIAS AORTAS, Jr.., , - Prir'leipal r0t1...+.n tar:. - s ()Mee in COTIO , ' , 2rI•rt. on Mon-
Mrs. Atm. WALKER ItORTON, - t Preceptress • dliv. 1.1...' 21st. ilhy of Sep!. next, at 3 O'Clollk
3653 NELLIE WALKER. Asiistant : PI..M. Thoze interested will attend if they
MIIII , GiTtALDINE Soon, Teacher of Mamie ' tiiink. propc.r; 11. J. OLMSTED, Auditor.
The Fall Terra commences Ancznst 2G. . 1 I - - 1 .-- .4... , •-
The Winter Term commences December 9.1.1' ',I - 1 - 1/varce INr°tice • i
The-Sprino. Term commences _March 23 i Em.xmi-wILLIAms., ) ,:i
No. . Feu. T, 180.
Tuition from Three to Five Dollars. IV. - ' t Libel in Divorce. i i
Beard $1. , d0 per week.
... __ I Er-'" - c I FIWTLT 1 IMS ) Whereas.-übocena and ,
i / 71.- ' i i , a - .
Fd?nished - rooms for Self-boarding at I? .6.t•71 ca 1:I' n.. ' 1 . 1 .-ni , ''.• -n -- , ced In this case;
prices. • I and_renrned 7;4:W1. Yon. r...ietsey Willil.ms.re- :
For further information address the PrinCi-I i'll'°n`lt , ''''.‘, 7 i . iICr 6I Z a`-'= ll3 e_d 1 1 -''''''t iibL . lfinl 'will
pal or the rm.dersigned: - ~'lrtaktraTplicat.ion-at.lhe aext Coart of Com.mon,
I Pleas itl and fel - the eountv of Potter, for a
I dlYoreele risii , ?l.lafrerife.or.ti..at wlileh time and
_ t =ace You can attend if van think proper. •
10 I '—l' . - : 4/. C. LA.RPLABEE . r.ered:
i.BLitekegarit t hirl t g o r-1 lie - Y'i'...;'. Oilice . , J6ne - ;:t.. ISG.I. '.
1 -- 'l
1 ("Cc . and after lSionclay. An 30. I
Ur • - "WILLIAM FLING i
1 An excellent workman. always ready to: (
work for such as will pay when THE .101'. IS;:
• 1 i
. , .
I No credit given nnlesS by e - pecial. arremge- 1I
i ment-witb the proprietor.
.1 - ' "1 L I
ASHES, HIDES, Firodams., OLD CASTINGS.I
Dried Black & Meek Raspberries. Count
orders, Caeh,. .1.. - e.. war.ted.
IXCIE'IIii.D. Pronrietar, 111
Brookland, Pa.. fc rmerly c:ii:ed Conliin;• . - 1
ing,ville, July, 1.1;A'. 1 - : .
Bbard. c,.f• Trustees
WT RE ie. A.S eret th jl e tt ll7.
d E. t abert Eo G n . s t e l . tite s ,.
;Ones ancrG. G:COlvin, -- 1:4 - .isoetiate"Zullzes of
the Courts of Oyer Terminer and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Orphans' Court and Court of Common Pleas
forAe - .Cotmty f .Potter; -- Mare . issued their
preeetpcbearingaite — trje - ti-enif:Eist day of
Jane,l in the year of our Lord one thou
sand n•ight hundred and sixty-three v and to me
directed.for holding a Court of Oyer and Term
iner and General Jail Delivery; Quarter Se:- . 1
stoma Id' the Peace, Orphans' Con.. and Court
of Common . Pleas, in the Borangbor Couders
port, !ozi '110).. - DAT, the 21st day of Sept.
next., - +nd to continue one Reek - :
.Notk'ce is therefore herebY given to the Cor-
Justices of the Peace and Constables
ithnt the county, that they be - then and there
t o their proper persons,. at 10,o'clock A. M. of
aid day, with their records, inquisi
ions,lexaminaticins';- and other remembrances,
o do those things which to their offie.es ap
.ertain ;to be done. And those who are bound
thieir recogr.inaoces to prosecute against
he pr.soners that are or: shall be in the jail of
.aid ehunty of Potter, are to be then and-there
o prone:elite. againSt theni as will be just. i t
Dat l ekl at COUDY.RSPORT, Jtina 20, 1843, and.
he 8-Itia rear of theludependence,of the Unted
- ta:eslo . f America.
D. C. LARILIME, Sheriff.
LIST OF CAUSES for trial, in the Court of
oramlon'Pleas of Potter county, at the 'Sept:
T Jones &Dr° vs Geo W Bradley -
ones :ct. §heldon' : Bendlee, et SL• • -
7 getzgeiec.Strong atim'Sirs 61'Sb:wig vs Wilones
end A F Joles
Le• Wis et al vs P. W. Mclntyre,.
W T Jones fi E:b J M Kiibc>urn
James Shaffer vs II W May and W Smith
Josepii SV Stiilmaia vs Geo Stillman
slier. Card vs Johri - C Tanner .
yullet;&, - Card vs Deremer & Thomusor.
W V Keating, St Co vs George Hester • •
J R Mhnson use of ClTGorum vs - Harry Lord
executors of John Dwight
,Cothinonwealth for use vs Asaph Dyam
,vs Silas Nelson
I • •w• •
, Wm Burleson T 5 •TJor.es
Stew.rdsori School liistrict vs Potter county
o.sWaio School District vs Potter county
Ditseubery.Austin St Co TS S P Reynolds
Mary Ann Warner vs John Bemis
Mary ,I.nn Warner vs Jahn Burtis. :
Nickerson vs D Smith , • . .
Jones! Mann Jor.eS for use - vs - S.,PP.ernolds
Jones, Mann .fe - Joaes for use vs S P Reynolds
Corning S.- Co for - use vs E Bucket
Smith useof M K Neison vs SEas Nelson .
B S. Coley rs Samuel Hull
Montnomury TS Baker'
Abbott vs Blackman.
Li. J. OL.,:STED, Prot11"::
Y i rinue of an order issued out of the Of-
LP Pllan's Court of Potter 'count:F. Penn's,
• ad to us tlireCted, we will expose to public
L.ule or outcry, at the Court House in the Bort;
f Coudersport. on •
1 TIiESDAY, SEPT. .21 18 , 33,
-t 1 olclock, 1 1 ...M.;t11C: following real tsiate;
leseiihed as follows ; to wit: I .
1.1e,..7'..nning - at the north-east corner of lot
10. 14 of the allotment of lands of IL H. Dent,
in 'lector tp...in said connty..being the lot con
yeyed ito B. F. Wilber on the 12th day of Feb.
I...ience eat:: by lima of kits No. 107 & 23
60 ro“Ts to the east line of Potter co.. thence
-outh by said tine '0.1.'3 rod: to the north-el..st
iorner of lot No 243., thence-west'-Cu rods to
he sonth-east co-tier of the aforesaid lot No.
34, thence north 10. , 3 perches. to the place of
beginning : containing Orm-rit.ndred acres
and allowance, more cr less. and being lot
:;0..74 on the map of the iancs 'of H. H. Dent
Hcctoi tp.. in said ccmr.ty and bcinz part
f Watrant No. 1.:',:7,7,' abant• Seventy acres of
Thrcb I are iranroved. with sevcnty-five to one
I , unclred bearing apple trees. one small fritme
l ease bad tvo frame barns thereon. The in
terest of f, , amuel Carlin, dee' ,. ..1.1n the :bore
eiL - it!.ecl re.. 11 est.-.te•on . ly. to be sold.
- FRANCIS STRAN.G. Adrniuistrator
of the estr.te of Snuriel Carlin dec'd
Couclern')ort. Aug. 17, 15.6'3.
7011:CZ is hereby t7iven. that the fol:orrincr
r.a:netl persc , :is lam. ca
:hell-11P.Mei , , file C.2e.r.zconnts of '..11 ,- _ , ir. ad-
inistratior, to the estates of these persons,
; 'ec d. r.atnes are nnclerznentiOned, in
offi l re of the Register of pro :ate of. wills
nti; grantmsr. letters of admiaLitra:_ic2. in end
the Potter, and that the sathe
ill preser.ted to the Orphans' Court of
d ce, l l!nt. - , ~ ..'?nfirination and alley ante,
n they 21st day of Sepf.. at 10 a. n. at the
, onrt /louse in said county: . •
Marci.h 23..1663. The account oi - 'llsieert K.
onn7lEvecutor of Joha Ghls- , v. late of Syl
- Township in
ix of John A. Nichols, dee'd. fa:e9f Sweden
.ww.:l:p. Filed July 36. 1.f , .133.
H r- Auditor's 'Notice.,
llTE , subi•cri'ver.haviug, been appointeil .In
, 1 e.iio - r to distril•ute the proceed; of-the
site of Ireal estate in the e-asev•of W. N. Low-11
c;I. B. Staysa. No. 35. Fehr Term. 1S5:1,
ri ill atlend to the duties-of said. uppointraer.t
GI Fridily the '1..5..11 dtt of September nert.
fv - the Frothonotaries office in Coudersport,
a - 1 etTctk. P. M.. when and where those in
tdrested can ::teed if the: choose. •
1 , 1. r 1.1. J. CLMSTED. Auditor.
ELEBRATED TONIC BITTERS
lbeeara:trz the most 2ledieir.e
la leirealation for :Le cure of
31.PL,A IN T, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN
DICE. DEDILITY OF THE NEF.VOI:S
SALSTEM, • ea..l .rrEIENF.SS, of the'
STOY.ACif and DIGESTIVE OI:G.A..f . CS
is also a great reputation is lbe
Frlzdipr.l(l`7.c.e 4 l,* ! Ja , :ier...i.&r: 1.'.4..,-..',-..c0..,1".a
FAll COM I 1
Rfad! Read !
Our New Prices.,
In Full Blast !
$13 9 0t100,
WORD TO SELECT FROM.
GOOD 3IERIMACS, COCHECOS I
PHILLIPS, AJJLENS, DUNNELLS
and other Good Prints from 124 to 16
ets., for the best.
GbOD SHEtTLNG 16 L to 20 worth 20
to 30 eta.
GOOD BLEACHED MUSLIN 1.1 - i to
18 'worth 18 to 30 ets.
GOOD DENIMS for 20 cts. ,worth 30
to .35 cts
GOOD TWEEDS for 25 to 44 worth 38
to 63 as.
GOOD CASSDItRES very low.
GOOD BLACK SILKS 75 t 0 111.13
wor j th 81.125 t 0.51.75
GOOD. COLORED SILKS for .50 it&
I'ALL WOOL BE L.LINES for S 5 ct&
worth 50 ets.
GOOD COMMON DE LADIES for ift
t 025 worth 25 to 30 ets.
ALL WOOL iS.I.ERINOS for 50 to G 3
ctsi. worth $: . l. to $1.25
BOots (it Shoes
A LARGE AS,SORTMENT,vEfty LOW.
GoocliCalf Boots for 52. - 50
Good. Women's Shoes for 75 cents
Good Gaiters for 63 cents
And al? other kinds *of ne shoes eqel:ll.7 ea
ra line of oar trade :we can saw rnn a
largr per cent
Good;Suits flack. Grey and other;
Vest. Pants,Hat,Potket liandkerehitS,l:rarat
and Shirt for slt) to $l2 worth t,"tzSO.:
We can also sell you Groceries at a sting of
at least 23 to 50 per ct. Good Tea of an ex
tra quality for $1 worth $1,50. Other good
Teas from 50 to 75 cts'
Good chewing Tobacco from 3 - 3 to 36 cts
Good Sugar for 12} Cents
Onr connection with some of the best job=
j bing houses in New York will alvrays enable
to sell Many goods very much below the
Dry Goods from .fasonli Boolcover,
Cla.ffin l MellOn Co., New York, also, flair
!land. L'indsier St Co y- two of the beg housrs
in Nen. York.
Clotbing. Tom Messrs. Baldwin; Storrs
Co., 'NO 12 Courtland st., also 31e1th-s. - Long
stree.l, Bradford & Co., 348 13t oads-a.
Yankee Notions from J. aenr- Smith k.
Paine, 33 Coartland st. -
ilardware from 316rgat, geutekenbnA k.
Co., 20 Coarz.land st.
troclery tram Sir. ase.zi 6h:tem:tan, 14.
.C‘rocerles from Abit n s & 31 a h n k en
255 Wasilingtaa street. -
erd caps from 3tiHer Stircar.
- . •
- - ,
o ry Goods from WaLeromwelt.t Cr t ,
SS Franklin street N. Y., who ever have g,,u,1
Largaips for all that call ttrion them.
Fail ,aot to call upon us and examine ntir
Goods.; del our prices before piiirctavLiiit l
All jobbers farnisliod for ilie trade at Now
- Fork vtholesale pvieres, and - let it he truism—
bered that we ape the only Firm in the ...van ys"
that has a wholesale license.
Uopth,sr, to ileeeive an early call,
i • e. •