The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, April 05, 1865, Image 3

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TOLE POTTER COUNTY JOUKLN.-kli,
:CondariP3rt, 'Wednesday- Eyniiirig, '41: 1a .. 5, 1865
Lodal and General:
jim. See New Advertizetnents.
Alla. The "Goodititt 'House" :property, in
Smethport, has been sold to Henry F, Wil
liams' for $lO,OOO. •
vet- p E Simmons adrer.ises a further
reduction in Cntion-Goods, this weer.: See
his adreriisement. •
, C. Cannon, of this killed
by's shell at the fight 'at Fort Sieadinam on
the 25th. He was a good'eitizem and leaves
a wife and three - children:to mourn his:loss.
Ilia.,As-We go to press we' notice Speaker
OLMSTED carrying up -town a large string of
the "Speckled beauties"-which he had jist
taken from the Allegany, one of which, We
were told weighedione pounds(?) and a. half.
'6r We understand 11r.-lones, eng,ineer of
the McKean county Railroad: is-about toes- ,
tend a surrey of the road to connect -with.the
Pbiladelphiated prie. This will :delay thuk
construction o''Kthe road: as it is' not contetu
plated to, commence grading, until this. be
accomplish ed.—Smethport Demoprat. '
• • ler The friends of asp:. J. C. Toussas of
Co. K, 149i11, had the pleasup of welcoming
him' home.last week, from the Southern prises
oas, 'where he_ has been confined 'Since the
battle of Gettysburg. We are glad, to meet
him- and take pleasure in coarTatulatbm him
a pa.. 1.L.-wonaell•et escape fiom the death so
many of our brave boys die. He is looking
and feeling well, and -we wish him,
in his
future life, a happiness as sweet, as his suf
ferings during the last twenty months have
been bitter.
Zter Itrspfit.e of the efforts of tbe speculat
ors, gold continues to drag downward, and
the premium now ranged betweza forty-eight
and. fifty-five per cent. •The fall may be a
little too rapid for the preservation of the
mercantile community, hat the great mass of
the people secretly' rejoiee over- the prospect
ota speedy approximation of greenbacks, to .
coin in value, and a. return to• low prices:
The, premium is now within about twienty
two per cent. of the lowest point touched in
1863, and is some one hundred and forty per
cent. below the highest figure in 186-1,
Alerr By decision 'of the Commissioner of!
Internal Revenue, the receipt given to
sheriff by. a plaintiff, or bi's attorney, for mon
'ey collected upon a judgment, is subject to!
stamp duty when the amount of such receipt;
is for a sum 'exceeding twenty dollars. Such
receiptcannot be held to he exempt under the!
provisions of the statute exempting receipts!
given for the satisfaction of any mortgage,
judgment, or decree of court; but a receipt!
given by the sheriff to that defeant, upon
payment or satisfaction of the judgment on I
return of the sheriff upon order of execn,
tion, can be regarded as exempt from - stamp
duty. - I
Va. The prospect of establishing-an agri
cultural school and model farms East Penn
sylvania, is likely to be speedily carried out.
A site has.been purchased near Gwynnedd,
7
zit Montgomery county, about lfpiles north
of Philadelphia, and about half th t distance
from Norristown on the west; and. oylestown
'on the east, accessible from the latter as well
as from the city by the-North. Pennsylvania
Railroad. ' The farm contains about 175
acres of productive land , in a' most healthy
and flourishing section of the State. The
organization of the school has been entrusted
to the President of the Polytechnic College,
and in the course of 'the presaut spring, the
laboratory, dormitories, Sc., will be ready
for the reception of the' first section of the
future .class. .
We have a letter from “J. M„" a
=ember of Co. D, 2.D.7th, dated the morning
.after the battle.of Fort Steadman, which says :
"It may he gratifying to those in Potter
who have friends and acquaintances in the
207th to hear from. them through'your col
rts they have had -an opportunity to
Aest their courage.- We were startled from
our slumbers yesterday morning by the Tot
-
lies of musketry and the booming of artillery.
Soon the order came to 'la!!, ia," which was
done with alacrity, when we were started cn
the double-quick for Pv-ision Headquarters,
about one mile from Camp, then down a ra
vine another mile, where we were halted for,
a few , moments, when we were -ordered for
ward to charge the Rebels oat of Port Stead
man, which they had tal;,en by surprise that
morning. The order tO , icharge" soon came,
capturing the Fort, 300 prisoners and two
stand of colors. Our loss was slight—one
man killed, and thirteen wounded. Stately
H. Carr, of Hector township, was wounded
in the leg, slightly. The ground , in front of
-the Fort was strewn pith their dead, showing
that woodsmen of Potter and Tioga know
.how to handle guns."
As OCT• GEOUS Move!—One of the most
'high handed outrages to be committed upon
the people of the State, is an appropriation
,gassed last week through the House at Har
risburg, increasing the pay of members - Train
$7OO to $lOOO. This is certainly all wrong,
'and an outrage. If $7OO is not considered
most'excellent ray for less than three months'
labor performed—and one fourth of that time
vtisted by adjournments, we should like to
know. The poor soldier who •braves bullets
and sacrifices every comfort. receives the
small pitsance of sixteen dollars a month,
while our legislators are not satisfied with
two s hundred dollars for the same time. Let
the ccinstitnency frown down this outrage on
the treasury and the people. This is nit the
time for increased salaries, when blood- add
treasure is so lavishly expended for the na
tion's cause. We are informed that Purdy,
who bawls himself hoarse about taxes neces
sary to supiwess the Rebellion, advocated
this increase or salary - and voted in its !favor,
which proves the honor_ and consistency of
the man . ! •We trust . that Ayhen this matter
comes Were the Senate this project of filling
the pockets of members by .wringing .it; from
the State treasury when retrenchment and
reforth should occasion the hour, Will he de
,
-sar We are glad to record the faCt that
our Member, Mr. Otv,,srr,o, not only voted
against this measure, but earnestly opposed
it. it is shamefill.—Mett who are elected to
fill offices, know beforehand, tbe compensa
tion, and if they feel that it is hot sufficient,
surely they can find some who will be willing
to ascume the responsibility and the .honor.
Of course every Democrat voted for it, and
they, with the assistance of Philadelphia
Peptitdicans and some scattering 'jobbers" of
• the interior carried it through. And nOw, it
will be called a Republcan measure; pal po-
litical cap i ta l madq of it. But Republiean or
e. l2 9orPtlii;-it is all the same a mean, little
tray of .itealing from tale treasury to pay
whiskeylbiu s , ,
The SPrineexaminktittn'Of'reaohors will
be held: • '
At gbilander.B.eed!,s _ p. m.
- I.4doin school House : ".f‘
Bird " IL `a
Ctudersport -- , 34, ~!! •
B -* "' 21,
Staderlinyille " " 24, "
11
61 : , 25,
Bingham Center" " . _
Andreas .et'nt ". ,_ .
Oiwa,te Villdge " *, ""'
Sharon Center " "
tradhefs.gre riiiiiSstedto bring Prial), and
Papar. Directors and others are invited to
attend. - - R. T:CLAFFED7' Co.-. Supt.
•
gam, The terms of, the following Senators
expiyed with; the late legislatOre:
jacob - E:ltidgewar:Union, Philadelphia.%
George'Cohnell, Mion, Philadelphia.
William J.lTurrell, Union, Susquehnuna.
J:lB;Starlt, Dem., Luzerne. '
SJ-F. Wilsbri, Union, Tio,ga.
George].H. Bucher, Dem., CuMberland. ,
William...l.VSherry• / Dem;Adams.
• ThomaiSi. Clair, Union,'lndiana.
W,illiani A.;,Wallace, Dem., Clearfield.
J.L.; Graham, Union, Allegheny.
• C.; M'Candiess; 17nion,l3utler. • ; - •
The 'Senate now stands 19 - Ufiion- to 14
Democrats,: ;Of the retiring members 7 are
nicln. staul.4lDemocrats ; leaving 12 "17nion
nd 19 Denaokrat.s holding over.
, The following notice, from the pen of
4.. K. .3lcClore, of one of our respected diti
ens, we take pleasum .in -copyirig, feeling
hat ''t IS no;more than ju:sike to one who has
ndoubrilly made the lest officer that the
eloalsij--Inza; itieta - for. ocrare yt . l7 - 5 :' -
"Ii i 3 nbt our habit to participate in the
itmely ornamental features of an adjourn
eat of tlicf lekislature, which resolve the
00e into a inntual admiration society; but
,n these eolumns where such formalities do
of Obtain, we deem it . but just to bear our
, umhie 'testirnony to the dignity, courtesy
Ind strict impartiality with which Hon. A. G.
Im4ted. discharged-his duties as Speaker of
theh late House. Other presiding offic:ers may
E.,aVe been more expert in advancing partizan
tr personal interests; but no man within our
ecollection bas brou g ht to the cliair so high
measure of• all.the qualities essential to a
air 'and successful • Speaker. ' The dignity
• nd 'decorum which marked the proceedings
.Ithe last HOuse have never been excelled
nd seldom equalled; and it is a compliment
+f no common character, in times :of intense
olittCul feeling like the present, that Mr.
hnsted received the cordial and unqualified
•ndorsemeut - of the minority for his uniform
ease of 'justice, while the majority felt that
e bad in no degree!' denied them what they
'mild justly claim ad his hands. We hope to
ecord his election' to the Senate next fall."
FRUITI TREES. ,- •
AA.
GOOD assortment of Fruit Trees
(g.rafted) for sate at CouderspOrt by the
• übr i criber cheap for Cash_ They have: been
'nicely preserved thrOugh the 'winter and are
l ia-picellent condition fer-settino 0ut..1
• h LB. COLE.
C'liiersport, March 31, 18,15.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post
Oftide at Couderspost, Pa., April i, 1865 :
+
elia Byam, Mrs. Elijah Chamberlain,
A. Eady, Barton Green, Aaron fTaskins,
Igntb Has. Sarah. G. -Lymat, Charles
S. E. Stillman, Tosebins Strait, Almira
IN - rilzht 2. JNO. S. MANN. P.M.
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ridge...N6tice
1
I TS ghereby ig
given that sealed proposals Will
e received until the 15th day of April
nex. i ti ' for Building alßridg.e across the Alle
gany Inver on Second Street in the Borough
of Cbudersport, similar to the Bridge at the
foot of Main Street in said Borough,. except
that the carriage-way is to be 16 feet wide )
to.b3 one foot higher above high water mark
andlto be.7o feet in length. Said proposals
' to 1:M left with JOID S. MANN,Burgess.
1 By order of the Council.
e D. BAKER, Sec'y
qudersport, March 2;. .1865.
BUTLERS FIASCO.
At Fort Eicher, was scarcely a greater failure
than is daily Made by most of the
' advertised hair dyes ;'nor was
TERRY AND PORTER'S VICTORY
3lorb complete, perfect and'glorious, than the
conqueSr achieved by
Christadoro's Hair Dye .
Ove'r gray, red and sandy heads of hair. The
d'on'osious bue is wiped out iin five minutes,
andl a magnificent brown br• black, glossy
•
and natural, takes its place. ,Manufactured
- •
by 4. CRISTADOI3.O ) No. :6 Astor House,
Ne ' York. Sold by- Druggists. Applied 14y
all air -Dressers j•
DRS ITOBIAW
VEN ITIAN LINIMENT.
OVRES CHOI:SRA - Ci*EN FIRST
taken, ins few hours; Dysentery in half An
hour; Toothache in fire minutes. = It is per
fectly innocent to take internally, - and is re
commended by the most eminent physicaariS
inthe united State.S. - Price.4o and SO cents.
Towikiik, P.a., August 6, 1859,
Dr. S. L Tobias; New York: Dear Sir :—I
!lave used your. Venitiarr Liniment with great
success, both as an internal as well as an
external medicine. In cases of Billions Colic
and. Cholera MorbuS I regaid it as a sover
eign remedy. Your Verritian Horse Liniment
stands unrivalled as a horse liniment amongst
farriers and boatmen on this canal. - .
LEWIS, Sup't North 13tisoch Canal.
Sold by all Diuggist.s. Gffice, No. 58
Cor;flandt Street, N4w Toil 4
i SINGLE BOX' or BHA? DHEI . ES Pills
contains . more visitable extractive matter
than twenty boxes of any pills in 'the world.
besides; fifty-five (hundred physicians use
them' in their practice to the exclusion of
other purgatives. The first letter of their
velem is yet scarcely appreciated, When
they rare better known sudden death and
continued sickness Will be of the past., Let
thoSe who know them speak right out in
their favor. It s a duty which will save life.
rt
1 ~ i
Our race a subject to a redundancy of
vitiated bile at this 'season, and it is danger
ous as it is prevalent . ; 'but Brandreth's Pills
afferd an invaluable and efficisnt protection.
By their oceasional life -we! prevenfthe col
lection of those - imburities, I whiich, when in
sufficient quantifies' cause so much danger
to the body's health:- They ; soon cure liver
complaint, dysPtosia, loss Of appetite, pain
in the head,.heart-burn, pain in
,the breast
bone,-suddea faintness and costiveness.
Sold by all reaPecta . cle dealers in medicines.
. _
Whilkerit I vingskers !"
Do ere nr lienstaches ? On •
Grecian Boititionintwill f0rk416 . 6i to grow on
thastiO,atbestface or 'chin k or hair on bald
heads, inSixAreeka. • 1° rice4l.oB: Sent by
mail anywhere, closely sealed, on receipt of
price: ViAItNER4OO.,
lyen Box 138, Brooklyn; N. Y
= FEW 'REASONS - WHY' TDB
AMERICAN WATCH
IS TILE BEST..
It is made on the best prinCiple, while the
foreign' watch is generally made .nalso prin
ciple at aIL The foreign, watch is mostly
r made by womenand boys, tit HA n.:-. While
their labor is cheap, their worltis dear at any
[ - Rice. such watches are made without plan,
and sold without guarantee. They are irreg
ular.-in_ construction; and quite, as-irregular
in movement. They ate designed only' to
sdll o and the buyer is. the party -most thor.. -
onghly sold. Those who have kept "tomes,"
and "lepints" and 'Gaits levers" in,professed
repair for a few years will appreciate the
truth of our Statement. • •
. _
THE PLAN OF THE A rERICAN WATCH.
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 'sudden shock can
throw-its machinery out of gear. In riding,
or any business pursuit, it is all held together
as firmly as a single piece of-metal. It is just
what all iriachinerY Should be
-Ist. ACCURATE. 2d. SIMPLE. 3d STRONG.
Nrosil
4t4. ECII CAL.
Si p . - occurtr cIar3PNESS bv. our
I system, but QUALITY. We &not pretend
that our Watch can be bought for less money
1 than the foreign make-b&iecu ' but that for its
real value:it is sold for one-half the-price.
OUR SOLDIER'S. WATCH (named Wm.
Ellery),, is .what its name indicatesolid,
Substantial, and 'always Reliable—warranted
to stand any amount of Starching, Riding or
Fighting. .
OUR NEXT HIGHER QUALITY OF
WATCH (named P. S. Bartlett -is similar in
size and general appearance, but has more
jewels, and a more elaborate finish.
OUR LATHES' WATCI4, recently brought
out, is put up in a great variety of ; patterns,
many of them of rare beauty and workman
ship, is quite small, but warranted to keel,
time.
OUR YOUNG GENTLEMAN'S WATCH is
neat, not large,. and just the thing fot. the
pocket of Young America.
THE PROOF of the merits- a our. Watch
I
may be found in the fact that we now employ
over sei•en hundred workmen in our factories,
and that" we are still unable to supply the
constantly increasing demand.
lOUR THREE. QUARTER PLATE WATCH
is.thinner and lighter than the others we hare
I described. Its fine chronometer balance is
delicately adjustsd to correct - the variation .
I caused -by changes of temperature. These
watches are the fruits of the latest experi
meuts in chronometry, and are made by our
best workmen, in a separate department of
our factory. For the finest time-keeping
qualities they challenge comparison with the
' best works of the most famous English and
ISwiss makers.
ROBBINS & APPLETON, •
Agents for the American Watch Ompany,
182 Broadway, IN. Y
SIMMONS' COLUMN.
FRIENDS AND CTSTOILERS-:
i'retnm 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 hereafter he found at the
EMPIRE ST BE
- • AND
NEW YORK STORE
playing bought oat the toe fortaerly.otcu-
pied by Geo. Asher), I shall continue to
WHOLESALE AND HETAII,
in both of the above Stores, and hope to :
all of my, old friends and 'customers, as t.
are in want of Goods, and Will try to
them low enongh to pay them for coming
We ttre nor selling the best PltniTS fr
15 to 20 cents.
Extra GUGRAMS - train 15 to 25 be
• 000 d SHEETINGS from 18 to 52e
TIJKS, DENIMS ) STRIPES, and all o
Goods in proportiot • ,
CLOTHIXG.
Good snits for $lO to $l5 and 'Ettra
snits in proportion. And as I have an o
stock of Clothing I Will sell. at Who
salols per cent. less than the same
be bought in New York.
BOOTS & SHOES, '
HATS &, CAPS,
SHAWLS,: CLOAKS;
ritretlaced prices.
GROCERIES
Atli)
CROCXE
very lor6
RICH DRESS SILES,
CLOTHS:!:
POPL
and all other styles of Ladies' Dress Go•
very low.
Hoping to receive an earn eall, _I
your friend, ,
C. 11. SIMMONS
Wellsville, N. I Y., March iii 1865.
kit-fit:WOW No
.l tiee is hereby given that JAMES cLAR - fr
holds two notei against ; one' given to filf.
Perkins of Sitty=fonr Dollars, more or les4.
and one given to Hiiram Rockwell_, of KineteOn
Dolliti;MerSoe less ' , :i.lierehy;-eaution
potions againSt btiylag said Z 4144184 I have
paid them, 'and shall not pay- '
them again
unless compelled bylaw._ C. C. LY31.4.1i.
Sinnemahoning, Grove tp., Cam. Co., Pa:,
' March 2; . 1865 . . [4wPd I
- - 7-30 'LOAN -
By authorty - of the,';Tecretary of the Treas 4
Ittry, the undersigned has, assumed the Gen
eral Subscription Agency for the sale 4
United States,Treasuly. Notes, bearing sever
and ttiree tenths per cent, interest, per st.-
num; known as the . .
SEVEN;THIRTT LOAN.
These Notekttre issued under date of June
15th, 1865, and are payable three years'froia
that tune,
-in currency, or ire convertible
the option of the holder into
percent •
G GM--BEARDIG BOND§
These bonds are now worth a premium
which increases the'actual proAt on the 1-30
loan, and its aemption from Slate and munieiprd
tontaliznisatich-add: from one to. three per cent
more, according to the rate levied on °the's.
property. The interest is payable semi-an=
nually bycoupons attached to each note,
which may be tut of and sold to any bank of
banker.
The intetest amounts to -
One cent pec day on a $5O note ,
Two cents ' 6 " $lOO "
Ten - "- " " " $5OO "
tio -" • " sumo "
a 15,000
MEM
Notes,of all the denominations named will
be promptly furnished upon receipt of sub
scriptions, and the notes forwarded at once
The interest to 15th June neitwill be paid in
advance. This is
THE ONLY LOAN--IN TIAREET
how olrered by the Government, and' it is
confidently expected that its anperior . itaran,
tages will make it the -
GREAT POPULAR 'LOAN OF THE PEOPLE.
Less than $300,000,000 of the Loan, an-
thorized by the lest Congress are 110W'013 the
market. This-smount, at the rate at which
it is being absorbed, will all be subscribed
for within . four month; when the notes will
undoubtedly command a premium, ,as has
uniformly been the case on closing the sub
scriptions to other Loans. •
In Order that citizens - of every +tow&and
section of the country may be affordedlikeil
ties for taking the loan, the National Banks,
State . Banks, and private Bankcrs 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, the notes for which they re-
ceive orders.
JAY COOKE,
• Subscription Agent, Philadelphia
Subscriptions trill be received by the '
First Nalional; Bank of Harrisburg,
First National Bank of Lockharen,
Pint :National Bank of Philadelphia,.
First National Bank of Williamsport.
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
Capital, $1,000,000 Paid in,
iIrISO/AL AGENT OF rEGE 'UNITED STATES,
AntZ: -Special Agent for
_Jay Cooke,
Subscription
qr,
11EUVER /NOTES, FaEE OF CHAIM;
by express, in all parts of the country, and
receive in payment Checks On. New York,
Philadelphia,'And 'Boston, manta bills, mull
all five per cent. interest notes, with interest,
to date of subscription. Draws sdal by mall
will be promptly' filled.
This Bank receives the accounts of Banks
and Bankers on favorable terms ;• also of in
dividuals keeping New York accounts.
3. 11. ONVIS, President.
T." T. tiTLL, cashier. •
311arble ward.
TIME subscriber desires to inform the citi
zens of Potter that he can supply them
with all kinds of Marble work, as cheap and
as good as it, can be had any place in the
country. MONUMENTS atid.TOMB-STONES
of allidndsfurniudied orkoshort.notice.
• . - BREUNLE.
Coudersport, Feb 1,3 '6s 3. .
State Idedical Bo-
Piadquarters Pennsy/va ",
Hospital Dtaoartnteat,
! • Harrisburg, Noy'r 10, 1864.
fret State Medical lloicrd of Pennsylvania
is new in session in this City and will
centinue Until further notice;'to - examine can.
didates • for the -post of Medied "'Officers in
Permsylvataa - Regimenl3.
The appointment of a number of Assistant
Surgeons will be required immediately to fill
vacancies now eluting ) as well as for others
honstantly occurring.
Physiciats of Pennsylvania, in good health;
furnishing prOper testimonials as to moral
character, kn., will be admitted to the exam- 1
ination. '
By order of the Governor :
JOSEPH A. PHILL'II , S; • .1
Surgeon General o Pannsylrania.'
French Burr Mill Stones.
Martufacto;y itlerly St. near. the Cotton Factory
RRISBURI3, PA.
M. HE undersigned ennormees to the trade
that he continues to tnanufacture and
import direr.t from the most celebrated quar
ries in France the best qualities of - •
F'reneli Burr DIIII St:oneg,"
,
which he offers at . reasonab le tates and guar
antees satisfaction to the purchaser. Also,
every number in use, of the Icelebratid
OLD_AtIKER GRAND BOLTING CTOTH,
Orders by mail promptlyjattended tO, lumd
goods forwarded:by rail roadcanal, or express
. if desired. - WIL KEPls'Eft,
t 023. - No. 10. West State t., Harrisburg:
BARGAIN
, -
THE 110§1 1
,Dgilitißl.E HOTEL IN NpßTH
kitits2kitifElLVANlA, Tau
aivkitatrATß.. sum.
:The'Subscriber offers at PRIVATE - SALE
the Eloise which he has occupied for the last
ten years and known as the
COUDE RiSPORT HO'T'EL:
It is situ ea at Abe County Seat ofl'otter
County, PennsYlvania, is capable of accom
modating Seventy-Five gueits has ' , running
waterin g several of the rooms on the
andbase
ment floor, A BARNO.NE'IIiTSDRED
•
feet long. - Thelot has a front of 130 feet on
Main Street and .180, feet on Second Streei.
All the necessary oat-bruildings, Ice-house,
Sheds, Esc., are in good condition.
- The attention of persons- desiring to pnt-
chasers Hotel-„is, called to this property.
It has for a long time been considered one of
the best paying. Hotels in the norhern see
tion, It is the centre of a great amount of
ttavel,and has the advantade of a reputation of
tieing "well-kept." A Company with a large
Capital Stock will. commence , boring for Oil
in the early Spring with good indications of
success. Oil has been taken from the surface
of a stream oily_ one square from the . Hptei
and those best competent to judge , seem to
have no doubt of tility- being : ', Oil, not only
in the County, - but within the limits of the
Borough. Of'course every one can see what
an advantage this will be to all the Hotels
in'this County, but more decidedly to this
one, s's it is by far the best in this section.
The undersigned being engaged in another
businesi Which requires his whole time finds
hirnself unable to attend to, it, and this is the
only reason for his selling.
For further particulars addrets
D. F. GLASSIIIII.E,
Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa., or
Titusville, Crawford C0.,-Pa.
February 22, 1865:
'FOR SALE ,
rHE Subscriber offers for Sale the follow
'log tracts of land, to wit':
One tract of One Efundred and Forty-three
and seven-tenths acres in Pike township,
Potter connty, on the Genesee Yorks— Price
$llOO. Sixty 'acres are improved, With one
lo'g barn, frame kitchen, frame barn, forty
good fruit tres, and two hUndred sugar
rsaple trees. -The farm will cut grass, in a
good season, suffiCient, at prisen.t ',noel, to
pay fd,r ' •
Also, another tract of Fifty-sir and two
teutbs acres, in Eulalia township. four miles
froni Coudersport, Thirty acres of which are
improved, with - one frame house, log barn,
an:l'some fruit trees thereon. I Price $4.58.
Also, a Wagon Shop .and half lot in the
Boren& of Coudersport, one let west of P. A.
Stebbins' "t Co's Store near Gla.ssrni re's Hotel.
The', tools, lumber, atc., can be bought rest , .
sonably ; or a portion of th em,if the purchaser.
so desires.' One half can be paid in Wagon-
Work.
Aireduction of ten per ce4 will be made
for Cash down. .
For - further particulars 'engnire of the sub
scriber at his Wagon-Shop in Coudersport.
F"pb. 21, 1865. i W. It. I VhS.
ASTRAL , ...
rpm to the, premises of the sub Scriber fn
in Harrison township. Sept. 20, 1864, one
small two year old RED STEER, one yearling
RED HEIFER, with no particular remarks.
The! owner please come forward, prove
proPerty, pav charges and take them away
or they l'ae sold according to law.
- JOHN B. WATROUS.
Harrison yalley, Jan. 28, 1864:
iA.drainistrator's Noted. .
y o
I t IthREAS Letters of Administiation to
V the Estate of WILLIAM S. JOHNSON,
lat f the county of Allegany, in the State of
Nevi- York, deceased; have :been granted to
th4subscriber, all persont indebted to said
Estate are requested to;make immediate pap
me,
dt, - and
. thdse having claims against the
sande will present them, duly authenticated,
for ettlement to
1 ' i WILLIXM F. JONES, Adm'r:
Dee.l2, 1864, Wellsville, N. 'I%
WAGON ' SHOP I
E subscriber having located in Lewis-
vine is prepared to do all kinds of work
in this line, on. short ,notice and in the best
maruier.' ,
Making and litpairint
of all kinds. lam enabled by the aid of Ma
chinery to do work in the wagan-line better
and cheaper than any other establishment in
th county. I am also prepared to make
COFFINS: EDSPN HYDE.
Ulysses; Penn'a, Dec. 1, 1864
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IaHILADELPHLY & ERIE RAMRCALD.—
.111 This great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to
the city of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It liF neen leased by the Pennsylvania Rail
Road , ompany, and ulder their auspices is
being rapidly opened throughout its entire
length,
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, Iris now id use for Passenger and Freight
r business from Harrisburg to St. Mary's (216
miles) on the Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Erie, (78 Miles) on the Western
Division. - •
TILE OP PASSE-VIER:TRAMS .112 EMPORIUM :
Leave. Eastward. 1
Through il Train , I 3.40 P. M.
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Throtih 11 Train i 10 18 A, Id.
Cara run through wrraorr CHANGE both
ways between Philadelphia and Lock Haven
and between Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping. Qin on Express Trains
both ways between Williamsport arid Balti
more, and Williamsport - and Philadelphia.
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ness apply e.t;the S. E: Cor. 12th and iiruket
Streets.' - : . •-•
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-Agents c . ;
S. B. Kingston, Jr. Cor, 13th and Market
Sti., Philadelphia.
J., W. Reynolds Erie.
.1: Agent N. Z. 8.. 11. Baltimore.
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