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TUE "POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Condersporti Wednesday Evening, M9x..29,1865
Local and. General.
rel See New Advertisements
Egl...Gold is nOist selling at $1,47
tek., The ! past week is said to have been
one of the best sugar-toaking seasons we
have had for some tune.
ter Rev. Mr. Stevens wilt be absent next
Sabbath, consequently there will- be no Bei
vice in the M.g.t.lb arch in the morning, or at
Lysnansville in' the afternoon.
'mar The road between this place and Port
Allegany is impassible for teams. By "tak
ing to the mountains," men on horse-bacli
can get through but it is no pleasant under
Da. See notice of Bridge Proposal i an
Other"column. The time is short in w iCh
proposals will be received, therefore it be.
comes necessary that those who want' an
oppoktunity to make money, bestir themL
nitS..Mr. Harry Lord has purchased the
store formerly occupied by Mr. C. H.
moos, at Oswayo, where he will strive to ac
commodate all the old customers of that
famous store. Give him a call. Success
UED„, Military Officers and Soldiers should
have Brown's Bronchial Troches, as they can
be carried in the pocket and taken upon the
first appearance of a Cold or Cough, willed',
if neglected may terminate in something
Worse. As there are imitations, be sure to
obtain the genuine Brown's Bronchial
Troches, which are sold everywhere at 25
cents a Box'. •
tar In consequence of the flood, the Cou..
dersport Oil, Company will not be ready to
commence operations before the first of May.
It is expected however, that there will be a
meeting of the stockholders at this place
about that time, when operations will be
vigorously plished forward. Those who do-;.
sire to take stock in a "sure thing" had b etter
"hurry up their cakes."
De"' In order to secure a gaud and inter=
t , sting newspaper at hnme,:nn obligation rests
upon its patrons to. a certain extent, as well
as upon those, immediately concerned in its
publication. An exchangelays down these
obligations in the: following' terse maxims,
whieb may be said to cover the whole groundi
' Ist. Subscribe and pay for it.
ld. Get 'your neighbors to take it.
3d. Send irinting and advertising do the
office. . "
4th. 11 -, Ap to make the paper interesting by
sending a-Ocal items to the editor. •
consequence of the serious damage.
done to the Railroads by the late' flood, the
drafted men of this county are furloughed bY
Capt. Blair until the 14th of the ensuing
month. This, we presume, indicates that the
roads.are not liVelyito be in repair much be-,
fore that date. We learn that most of the
'towns of this county were filled by the last
.draft, and that them will be supplementary
.-drafts in but very few of the townships.
ger A. letter front Clinton Co., i lowa,
.written about the lirst of the Month, saysi •
"We have had a. very mild had peasant
Aliftter, but little snow, and very little Sleigh
ing. In wiaterin,g cattle they are allowed to
run to the Straw stacks; , and with a few ears
of corn daily they ,prosper very well. The
ground has bane most of the winter.
The land here produces from 15 to 20 bushels
, oif wheat •to the acTe, oats, 40 to TO; corn,
40 to 50. Improved land sells for $l5 to
.$.25 per acre.; unimpcoved, $8 to $lO per
acre. Wheat is worth sl.i corn 50 cents,
Vats 45 cents."
M.lt will be seen by an advertisement
ill another column that our old friend, l C. H.
Simmons, has-sold out his interest at Oswalt',
.t&ad removed to Wellsville, :where le has
roonght out •Geo- Asher, of the Werw Yoik
Store and wilt continue to sell Goods of ail
kinds, very low, at the New York-Store and
also at the Empire Stare. We wish him suc
cess. Our friends at Oswayo, in losing Mr.
Simmons ,haye lost an energetic anj plibl'c
spirited cifi:zen. He will sell at Auction, in
the New Yotk Store, leginning on Tuesday
of the present week, to continue duiing the
• par Inn list of deaths of Soldiers serving
in the 85th New York regiment, we find the
following Potter townej: men, 'wall tire' date
on which they died, in Florence prison. O.C.
George 'Higley, July 25, 1864, 'Hebron.
Peter Rockafeler, July 2:3, " - Sharon.
-Jacob Burbanks, Aug. 21, " "
Alien Barnes, " " ." "
Elisha Gilbert, June 27, " "
Hiram Pierce, July 12„, "
Richard Mattison, July 14, "
'Henry Hitchcock, Sept. ao. " " •
Edward Duel, Oct. 15, "
C. Johnson, (no date given)
P. C. Manson is exchanged and'atrired at
'Wilmington, March 2. .
We :take the following items from the
On Saturday a German named jamb Web
ber, who undertcvok to walk a temporary
bridge made .of ropes, on Plank Road street,
made a`rnis-step and was thrown into the
river. He clung to one of the ropes fora few
moments, but the current was so swift ihaNt
soon swept him to a waterygrave. The body
has not let hem recovered. He leaves a wife
and five children to mourn his fate,—Early
Saturday morning the Ciinton House, near
the depot, in tuis village, which has been
vacant for some time, was set on fire in the
main entrarce, and but for timely interference
would have soon been destroyed. There was
at the time a stiff breeze toward the Depot
and had the, hotel burned nothing could have
saved the railroad - buildings. Damage slight.
Record your Deeda.—The attention of par
ties holding unreeorded Deeds is directed to
the provisions of the .Act of Assembly, which
requires that— 1
"All deeds and conveyances for real estate
in this Commonwealth, shall be recorded in
the office for Recording Deeds in the Coubty
where the lands lie, within air month] after 'the
execution of such deeds and conveyance, nd
every .sucli deed and,conveyance not recor ed
as aforesaid, shall be adjudged FRAU lI
LENT AND VOID ,against any subsequ nt
par - chaser for a valuable consideration, n
less such deeds be recorded before the e
cording of the deed or conveyexce under
which such,-subscquent purclinem• or mort
gage shell Claitc.
' g6"/Vivi Case' Sdtkd—Wairied 'Mavis In
terestert.--Itc the la f te cane of Beringer. vs.
Stoveri cadried up Fora Backs, county_ to the
Supreme Cpurt of the State, a new, point has
been decid d as td the 1 rights of married
women. J dge Agimew, lark° rendered the
opinion, s: - s 1
The que tion in t is case was "whether a
married wdman wh has ho separate estate
or known means of payment of her own can
re-purchase from a purchaser at sheriff's sale
the properti which had been sold as her bus
band's,!whO continued in debt, by giving a
mortgage for the whole p l urchase money, all
of whidh remains unpaid.'
Judge Agnew di J cusses this, plestion at
considerable len g th , cites numerous authori-
ties, an;ci decides in
in coneins* :
adhere to the'
is only when the prop
riage, has Been paid
rate esate Iclearly at
lished, fit, isihers (the
from heehtisband's to
"To suffer a wife
to open' a Wide doo
to throw upon the 5
proving Whose funds!
the payment. For,s4
on her credit, she o
the husband's meansl na :
into the purchase. TI
!the negative. He, says,
settled doctrine that it
lefty acquired fter mar
for with herbwn sepa
d slttisfactorily estab
wife!s), and is protected
purchase on credit, is
for fraud. - Its effect is
creditors the burden of
;I afterwards enter into
l urting with title founded
ust stand upon it until
Isbell be shown to enter
!he judgment is affirmed.
1 1 •
Watch Co.-40ur readers, we are sure, are not
generally aWare of th great impetus that has
been given to manufa tut+ since the begin
; ning of the - War. Tile high rates of exchange,
and theinecessities or thel army, have made
the );astern! bills and val i leys resound with
the hunt of busy machinery, and nowhere has
machinery done more or! erected a great
!er revOlutibn in production and , trade
than in She Manufacture of the watch. What
was once. the toilsolbs, slow, and uncertain
result or hand labor only,l is now. the swift
1 demonstration of tinvarying mechanical
forces. ' The same class of genibi that ih
vented'the telegraph and the sewing machine
invented the delicate -awd:Wonderful mechan
, ism thif Wi l es hold Of the raw material—the
brass aksteel,and gold, tnittfprecious stones,
and under chmpetent direction turns out that
daily weirder und 'necessity--- , a perfect time
keeper. That genius is esSectially. American,
and ha be.un found, eollected, assimilated
at d made productive by the American Watch
, Co., at; A ulthtu j u, Mass. I Taking the best
fruits of sevral years experipents thev es
I tablished their factory nearly ten years ago,
which theyi have been compelled to en arge
from year to year until !they now e ploy',
seven hundred - workmen,!- and turn o t a I
product vaitied nt a million and a h If of
dollars per a --
nnumoir equal to that o all
others watches now sold in this country. The
secret of thik Company's 'success is that hey
have done !what they romised.—that they.
have furnished a firs ate'substantial watch
at a moderate price—and this is 'the great
difference between their watches wad the or
dinary i;importations from Europe. Except
certain very; high priced ;varieties, the Euro
pean watch is the result -of cheap and un
skilled liand labor, that never goes well, and
in a short time 'c)sts more than it comes to”'
in. repairs. The American Co. give a guar
antee kar thei quality of all their products,
that is glood; with any dealer who sells them.
40 • • , • •
i s hereby given that sealed proposals will
1. rdceived until the 15th day of April
next 'forlßuilding a Bridge across the Alle
gany on Second Street in the Borough
of Coudirsport, similar to the Bridge at the
foot of ain ;Street in said Borough', except
that the' carriage' -way is'to be 16 feet wide,
to he olie foot higher above high Water mark
and to 4.lo:feet 'hi length. Said proposals
to lie left With JOHN S. MANN, Burgess.
By orler of the Council.
D. BAKER, Sec'y
Coudersport, March 27, . 1885.
BUTLER'S FIASCO •
At Fort Fisher, was scarcely a greater failure
than is daily made by most of .the
_ _,advertised hair dyes; nor was
'TERRY AND PORTER'S VICTORY
More complete, perfect and glorious, thanthe
conquest achiered by
Christaaoro's Hair Dye
Oret'graY, red and sandy heads of lair. The
'obnoxious hue' is wiped out in fire ,minutes,',
and a niagnificent browq or black, glossy
find natural, 'takes its place. Manufactured
by J. CiIISTADO . IIO, No. 6 Akor House l ,
Ne'w York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by
"r. 1 liairjDre.ssers •
IT CORES: CLIOLERA, WHEN FIRST
taken, in'a few boars.; Dysentery. in! half an
hour; Tdothache in fire minutes. It is per
fectly mriocent to take internally, and is re
commendo by; the most emitent,physicians
in the United States. Price 40 and 80 cents.
TOWANDA, Pa., - August 6, 1859,
Dr. S. T. Tobias, New YoriV: Dear Sir :—I
have used your Venitiatt Liniment with great
success, both . as an internal as well as an
external medicine. In cases of Billions Colic
and Cholera Merbus I regard it ns a sover
eign ; remedy. Tour Venitian Horse Liniment
stands unrivalled az a horse liniment amongst
farriers and boittrnert on this canal.
' WM. LEWIS; Sup't North Branch,Canal.
Sold by all Druggists. Gffice, No. 56
Qortlandt Street,lNeiv York.
A SINGLE BOX OF BBANDRETH'S PILLS
contains more" vegitabie extractive matter
than twenty boxes,of any Pills in the world
besides; fifty-five .hundred physicians use
them in their igrackice to the exclusion of
other purgatives. The first letter of their
value is ,yet scarcely appreciated. When
they. are better known sudden death and
continued sickness will be of the past. Let
those who know them speak right out in
their favor. It is a duty which will save life.
Our race are subject to a redundancy of
i vitiated bile at, this season ; and it is! danger
ous as it is prevalent; but Brandreth's Pills
affora an invaluable and efficientprotection.
By their occasional use we prevent the col
lection of those impurities," which, when in
sufficient quantities, cause so much danger
to the body's health. They soon chi.° liver
complaint, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, pain
In the head, heart-hurn; pain in the breast
bonel sudden faintness and costiveness.
Sold by gll respectable'dealers in medicines
,t1.1,00M OF I.loF.X.S.—for qle La
Whiskers 1. Whiskers I
Po yon want Whiskers or Moustaches? Onr
Grecian compound will force them. to grow On
the smoothest face-ofchin, or hair on bald
lieads, in Six Weeks. Price,sl.oo. Sent by
Mail anywhere, closely seald., on receipt of
p i ice. Address WARNER & CO.
ipso. . Brix 138 - , Brooklyn, N. Y
1 A .FEW REASONS WHY THE
IS Tin BEST.
It is made on the best principle, while the
foreign watch is generally made on no prin-
Ciple at all: The foreign watch is mostly
made by women and boys, BY HAND. While
their labor is cheap ; pieir work is dear at any
price. Such watche.s arc made without plan,
and sold without guartintee. ;They are irreg
ular iii construction. and quite as irregular
14 movement. They ate designed Only to
sell, and the buyer is the party most thor
°eighty sold. Those. Who have kept .aacres,' - '
and "lepines" and "Swiss kvers" in professed
repair for a few years will appreciate the
truth of our statement.
TOE PLAN OF THE 'AMERICAN WATCti
;Instead of being made •of several hundred
little pieces,• screwed together, the body of
the American Watch is! formed of, SOLID
PLATES. No jar interferes with the harmo
ny of its working, and no suddeit shock can
throvr, its maahinery out -of! gear• In riding
or any business pursuit, it is all held togeth r
as firmly as a single piece of metal. It is • t
what all machineiy should be—
Ist. ACCURATE. 2d. SIMPLE. 3d ST ! NG.
We not only secure-.CIiEAPWESS by our
system, but QUALITY. 'We t pretend
that our Watch huh be Votght fo ess money
than the foreign make-believes b ~ that for its
real Value it is sold for one-ha the price.
OUR SOLDIER'S WATOW (named Wm.
Ellery) is what its name ,indicates--Solid,
Substantial, and always Reriable--warranted
to stand any amount of M'arcbing," Riding or
Fighting. / ;
OUR NEXT HIGHER "QUALITY OF'
WATCH (named P. ,9(.lSartlett) is' similar in
size and general anfearance, but has mdre
jewels, and .a morealatiorate finish.
OUR LADIES' WATCH, recently "b'roug'ht'
out, is put up in• a great variety of patterns ;
many of them of. rare beauty and wo 'kman
ship, is quite 'small, but warranted
I to keep
OUR YOUNG GENTLEMAN'S WATCH is
neat, not large, and just the_ thing for the
rrocket of Young America.
THE' PROOF of the merits of our Watch
may be foutid in the fact that we now employ
'over seven hundred workmen in our factories,
sod that we are still unable to supply the
clotStantly increasing !demand. '
'OUR THREE- QUARTER PLATE WATCH
is thinner and lighter than the others we have
described. ft fine cadronorotiter balance is
'delcately adjusted to correct the variation
caused by changes of temperature.„ These
watches are 'the' fruits 'of the latest experi
ments in chronometry, and are made by our
best workmen, in n separate department of
our factory. For the Tineit fink-keeping
qualities they challenge comparison With the
best works of the most famous English And
RO•BBINS b AI'PLETON,
Agents for the American Watch Company,
;182 Broadway, N. Y
FRIENDS AND -CTSTOMERS
C. • , I returu you
my sincere thanks fot your liberal patronage,
for the past few years, and would say to you
that I have located myself at Wellsville;
-N. Y., and may hertafter be found at the
NEW YORK NTORE
(11ftring bought out - the Store formerly \ °ea:
pied by Geo. Asher), I shell continue to\
NV/10=s= AND kmezi,
inboth , oftifek above Stores, and hope to sae
all of my old Wends and customers, as they
are'in want of Gooils, .and will try to sell
them low enough to pay them for coming.
We are now selling the Lest PRINTS from
25 to $.O cents.
afra GINGHAMS from 25 to go Colas
Good MEETINGS from 25 to 30 cents
TICKS, DE )3315, STRIPES, and ali other
Goeds in propOrtion.
Good suit for $lO to $l5 and Extra fine
snits inptopo4tioh. And as I have an over
stock of Clothing I will sell- at Whole.
sale 16 per cent. less than the same tan
be bought in New York.
BOOTS 8 SHOES.,
HATS & CAPS,
SHAWLS, CLOAItS, &0.,
at redaced priceq..
RICH DRESS SILKS,
• EMPRESS CLOTHS,
and all otheestyles Ladies 4 Dress Goods,
Hoping, to receive an early call; I rennin
C. U. SIMMONS.
'Wellsville; N. T., 3iarcfl 35, 1E65.
T 0 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : No
tine is hereby given that JAMES CLARK
holds two notes against me ; one given to G.W.
Perkins of Sixty-four Dollars, more or less,
and one kitin to . BiraniPock.ivell, of 'Nineteen
Dollars, more or less. .I:hereby 'eaution all
persons against buying said notes as 17 hate
paid them, and shall not pay them agailt
unless compelled bylaw. C. C. LYMAN.
Slnneroahoning, Grove tp., Cam: Co.; Pa.,
March 2, 1865. ' UFO
By authority of the Secretary of the Tress
ury, the undersigned has assumed the Gen. !
era Babscription Agency for the sale of
United States Treasury Notes, bearing seven
anti three tents per tent, interest, .per an:
num, known the
SE 111-11MITY LOAN.
These V es are issued under date of August
15th, 1 64, and are intyable three years from
that me, in Currency, et are conVertible at
th option of the holder Into •
I3IL per cent.
GOL I P.BEARING BONDS
These bonds are now worth a premium of
nine per cent., inelnding gold interest from
whiCh itakes the actual profit on the
7-50 loan, at current rates, inclading inter-
est, about ten per cent, per a•mum,:besides
its ezemption from State and munieipal taxation,
which adds from one to three per cent, more, ac
cording to i the rate leVied Ot other property.
The interest is payable semi-annually by
coupons attached to each note, whicbMay be
cut off and sold to any bank or banker
The interest amounts to
One cent per day on a $l3O note
Two cents " ." " SIAM "
Teti 41 " " " $5OO "
t 0 It • II(I" i • $lOOO II
'Bl (I SI $5060 It
Notes of all the denoniinations *named will
be promptly •fnimistsa upon receipt of sub.
scriptions. , This is
THE ONLY LOAN IN
Less than :$200,000,000 remain unsold
which will probably be disposed 'cif Within
the next 60 or 90 days, 'when the notes will
undoubtedly command a pretninm, as has
uniformly been the case on •closing the sub
scriptions to other Loans.
Is order that citizens of every town. and
section ,of the country may be afforded facil
ties for taking the loan, the National Banks,
State 'Batts, and pri'vate Bankers throughout
-the country 'have generally agreed'to receive
subscriptions at .par. -Subscribers will select
their own agents, in whoM they have confi-
dence, and who only are to be responsible , for
the delivery of lihe notes for which they re-
Subscriptions trill Le received by the
First Naiional Ban;cof Harrisburg,
First National Bank of Larki:is - Ern,
First National Bank of Fbiladelphin,
First National bank of Williamsport,
TIM NINTH NATIONAL BAATIE
OF THE CITY OF YEW YORK
Capital, $1,000,000 Paid In;
21SCAI AOENT OF THE UNITED STATES,
And Special Agent for Jay Cooke,
WILL DELIVER 7.30 NOTES, FREE 'O'F CHARGE,
by express, in all parts of the country, and
receive in payment Checks On New 'York,
Philadelphla, And. 'Boston, current bills, and
all five per cent. interest notes, with interest
to date of subscription. °edit.: sent by mail
Will be promptly filled.
This Bank receives" the Steonnta . or Banks
and Bankers on favorable terms; also of in
dividuals keeping New York accounts.
. 1 tr. ORYIS, President.
3. T. riltt, "Cashier.
"s• Marble Yard,
frren enbsc,riber desires to infortn tbe
zens of Potter that he 'ctio supply them
with all kinds of Marble wOrk, as cheap and
as good as it can be had tiny place in the
tountry. MION:UItIENTS and TOMB-STONES
of all kinds fbrnishe'd on short notice.
\ C. ERECNLE.
Cbudersprirt,Pehcl3 '6N ly
State Medical Board;
Headquarters 'ennsy vania Militia,
Harrizburg,\Nov'r 10, 1864,
111 HE State Medical Board of Pennsylvania
..11_ is now in session in this clty, and will
optinue until further notice, to examine Can
fidates for the post of Medil Ottcers
The appointment of number tact
burgeons will be required immef to fill
vacancies now existing, as well he-s
Physicians of PeAnsylvania, in at
furnishing proper testimonials as to roc
character, &c., wilt bb admitted to the r
Hy Oder of the Onvernor :
JOSEPH A. ParL
Surgeon General of Pe
French Burr Blill ( Stones,
Manufactory Liberty St. near t Cotten Factory
/VIE Undersignea annonnees to the trade
1 that he continues to manufacture and
import direct from the most 'belebrated quar
ries in France, the best qualities of •
French Burr Mill Stones,
which he offers at reasonable tate§ and &tar
antees satisfaction to the purchaser. Also,
every number in use c of the celebrated
OLD AUKER GRAND BOLTING GUTH,
Orders by mail promptly attended to, and
goods forwarded by railroad, canal, or express
if desired. 'Mt H. MEIJER.,
5m23, iCo. 10. Welt State et , EgerriON3rit
U. S. 7-30 LOAN
THE MOSTpEsTRAWs, HOTEL TN NORTH
ERN iPENMSYLVANIA, TO BE .
sou), AT PRIVATE SALE.
' The Subscriber offers at BRIVIATE SALE
the House which he has occOldeli for the last
tea years and known as the
00t1D1 RSPORT 110 TEL.
It is situated at the Couity Seat of Potter
County, Pennsylvania, is capable of accom
modating.Seventy-Five guests, has running
water in se v eral of the rooms . on the base
ment floor, lend A BARN ONE (HUNDRED
feet long. The lot has a front ofll3o feet on
Main Street: and tBO feet on• Second 'Street.
All the necessary out- l buildings, ileegtonses,
Sheds, ke., are 1p good condition) .
The attention of persons 'desiring to pur
chase a Hotel is called to thi l ti property.
It bas for a long time been considered one of
the best paying Hotels in- the +hens sec
tion, It is the .centre of a great amount of
tiarel,ah l d'ha's the advantage of a reputation of
being,"well-kept.' A Company with a large
Capital Stock will commence boring for Oil
in the early *pring with good indications of
success. Oil has beet taken from' he surface
of a stream only one square' , froM the Hotel
and those best Competent to judge seem to
have no doubt of there being Oil, tot cnly
in the Count+, but within the limits of the
Horough. Of coarse ever+ one can see what
an advantagO this will be to all the hotels
in this County, bnt more decidedly to this
one, as it is S)j- far the best In this section.
The undersigned being engaged in another
business which requfres his Whole time finds
himself unable to attend to it, and this is the
only reason for his selling.
For farther particulars address
D. F. GLASSfIfIC,
'Co ' udersport, Potter Co., Pa:, or
• Titassille Crawford Co., Ps.
rrillr, Subscriber offers for Sale the follow
ing tracts of land, to wit :
One tract of One 'Hundred and Forty=three
and seven-tenths acres Irk Pike township,
Potter county l L on the Genesee Forks. Price
Sixty acres are improved, slloo:with one
log' barn, fra, e kitchen, 'frame 'barn,' flirty
good frOR 'trees, and two hundred sugar
maple trees. IThe farm will cut grass, fh a
good season, fstifficient, at present prices, to
pay for it. '
Also, ancih!er 'tract of Fifty-six and tiro
. tenths acres; in Eulalia township, fourmiles
from Coudersport, Thirty acres of which are
improved, with one frame house, log ;barn,
and some fruit trees thereon. Prite $450.
• Also,'a Wagon Shop and half lot in the
I3orough of Co,,udersport, one lot west Of P. A.
Stebbini' CO's Store near Glassmire'i Hotel.
The tools, Ininher, can 'be 'bought rea
sonably; or a portion of them : lf the purchaser
so desires.. Otze half can be paid in Wagon-
reduction of ten "per cent. will 'be 'made
for CaSh dowri. • '
For further' 'particulars encpilre tf the sub='
scriber at his )Vagon-Shop in -Coudersport.
Feb. 20. 18051 ' W. R. IVES. '
XA ME to the premises of the subscriber in
in Harrison township; Sept. 20, 1864, one
small two year old P.ED,STEER, one yeirlink
11. ED HEI . FtR, with no particular remarks.
The owner will please come forward, prove
property, rp ay hherges and take them away
•ir they will be sold according to law.
-JOHN B. WATROUS.
'lley, Jan. 28, 1864.
WHEREAS, Letters of Administration to
the Estate of WILLIAM S. JOHNSON,
late of the county of Allegany, In the State of
New York, deceased, have been granted to
the subscriber, lath persons indebted to said
Estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, andthoe having claims agairist the
same will present them, duly authenticated,
for settlement to
F. Jes, XdoVr:
'Dec. 22, 1864.. X. Y
IE subscriber : having lbcated in t/wis b -
Mlle is pre .ared to do ail kinds of work
in 'his line, 'on short notice and in (he best
of alI kinds.', I
chinery td do w
and Cheaper thtl.
the county" I
the city of Eri on Lake—Erie. --
It has - peen/1 used by the Pennsylvania Rail
Road Compan i and index their auspices is
being rapidly Opened throughout its entire
lerigth. ,/ 1
It is i ntriv in tise for, l'assfnger and Fteight
bulsiwiss from ilarrisburg to St. Mary's (216
mil 7i) on the 'Eastern Division, and from
Shteld to RI - le, (78 miles) on the Western
'TIME OP PASS7:GEP. TRIM'S LT EILPOkIO2I
Through Mail Train t -
Through Mail I'Fain
Cars run tlitough . N'Ttrn'Ot'T CHANGE both
ways between Philadelphia and Lock Haven
and between Baltimore and Lock Haven.
iegant Sleeking Cars on Express Trains
bo ways between Williamsport and Balti
mor and Williamsport and Philadelphia.
rot. 'nfortatien respecting Passenger busi
nesa ap ly at the S. E. Cor. 12th and Market
Streetsi . • •
And or eight business of the Company's
Agents: I ' ! I
S. B. Ring.ton, Jr., Coi.'l3tlt. and Market
Sts., Philadeiphia. .
J. W. Reynold Eris.
J. M. Drill, Age. t N. C. R. R. Baltimore.
E. E. Hons. ON, - .
H en't Freight Agt. Ph27'a.
1 Gen Ticket Act. Faire.
!OTT; 1 .•
Gen'l .itz reger, Willienx4pot.
ram enabled by aid of Ma.-
ork in the wagon-line better
n any other / establishment in
ain also prepared to make
/ EDSON HYDE.
'a, Dee./1, iS64
•T. b; ERIE RAILROAD.--
line traverses the Northern
,counties of Pennsylvania to
2 40 P. 31
1018 A. M
FO l ,
Fall and inter
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.1 ilare;instrsaired from ,Its* totir, ,Il Writ
stock of assist:Alas Goa§ whist' Shp loft
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f r ig af
DEJESS •r;o ODs,
AZ, PA CA' So
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BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS it CAPS,
&c., &a., 14.
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