The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, August 15, 1865, Image 3

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Aro now receiving a • new and complete
Spring Goods I
purchased since the heavy decline and
during the recent panic in New York.
Consistiog of
4P.L.1 13 POPLINS,
:13L CS SILK 6;
FUR stoplc tit INIEN's
&c•' &c " &c.
brags. and Fancy Articlog
Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Catus,Alcohol, Campliene, Serosene,Lamp
and Lamp . rixtures. Glue, Patent Medicines,
Chemicale, Botanical Herbs, Perfamery,Fancy
Soap and Toilet articles, Gum, Hair, Ivory
and Wooden Combs, Pomades and Colognes,
and a tine ,assortment of Flavoring Extracts,
Peni, TO and Paper, and Linseed Oil—raw
and ballad,
• Brushes
Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Hat, Mat, Varnish
and Artist 'lllrnshes
Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrup, Good Rio Coffee,
West Indii and Dandelion voffee, Rice, Corn
!limb, Farina, Coco •
P.' A. STEM3INS' & Co,
Corner M 4 and Second Strata,
Fintitraiunti Apr; 10, Is 6
Voudenport, , esd,aiEvezlire;Augt,9 l t 5, 18435
Lota atLd Enerdl.
Art estchinge, says a gentleman from
Jersey Shore danglat a trout in Antes Creek
lately, *Sighing ortr Iwo and a half pounda.
The` Atlantic Cable- 1
at lest 'accounts, ,
had "sprung a leak,", seten . himdred miles
front shore. It is considered doubtful if sbc;•
ass ivill attend the Companies present et.
forte.; 1
tek.lliss Hannah A. Torret, of L 7 l - ytses
Center, is, agent for the Life of Abrahtini
Lincoln, adtertised in another oluntn.
,I The McKean M inar has entered upon
its third volume. Good intent' to you
11ESC..Ste the new advertisements, thisitee:
We have not room in which to notice them
at length. t.
la'The Agitator suggests Coudersport as
the place for holding the Judicial Senatorial
and Representative Conferencsa,and Wednes
day, Sept. 13, as the time.
A. dangerous counterfeit of the one
dollar Treasury notes, issued by the General
GOvernment, has made its appeatance: Ex
cepting-a few. minor discrepancies, the spuri
ous note is an exact facsimile of the bill. The
g eneral appearance of the, bill is also very
gdod. The green ink is of a somewhat-light
elJl Blade than that'used on the genuine '
some parts of the note look scratched and
blurred. The figures lon the note are, print
ed in green ; in the gennine•they are white.
The face of Chase, in the counterfeit, is badly
oxecnted, but' otherwise the work is well
pone, and the note well Calculated to deceivi.
litr• The kf to Teir
Mason & Hamlin's de •
"TheSe instruments ,h
wind of genuine succe,
Francisco. That hies'
have succeeded in nvl
instrument- - -•from HUI
to thuSe which, t 4;:,;.
larger than 'a pianO,,
felt in is church—is
of the nnisical profess
no such mechanical w•
found in etchal perfes
tone is Pure and full,
body for so small's la
fcirce. I They stand
usage ' 'and will live
Lill American mission
1 gekire call atter_tidn to the advertisement
of tire I:M . oex Ellip or Doable Spring.
Skirt.. Though a rec at indention , it has,
becom'e very pophlar,a d is rapidly Obtaining'
the preference over of er kinds in use. The
rods In it are compose 'each of two delitate
and well-tempered ste springs, width are
ingettuously braided t gather edge to edge,
the lower rode heartet and having a double
covering. ; This petal arity of construction
makes this skirt very 'strong and ' durable,
and also so eiceedingly ilaible that it read
ily adaptEi ; itself to the form Of the :wearer,
I and allows of any ant?ulit of "deublingamd
crushing without ihjnr7 tops - shape: These
skirts are ;nu - questionably the ligatest, most
desirable, cornfortable 'and edobaniidal ever
made. Thase and adVantaget *bleb lalies,
Ir.ho have,'extlerienced the diseennfort and
inconvenience of single springs., will duly
appreciate: , I
pa„,„ About 400 people attenbed' the Sun:.
day School Picnic) at Raymond's Corners on
Friday, A oguit 11. ' -
The school at that jAace bad incited other
schools to unite with them, and most nobfy
and ,heartily! did Lewisville and Cblasburg
respond_to the invitation.
The crowd! began to gather :at CO/ A.. 31.
At 11 A. 31. the Methodist School of Ulysses
came in with (I judge) €(1 to T 5 members,
with a beautiful ! banner, with seCl . :ritl four
horse teams, and '(not the least important) a
most bountiful supply of eatable: - - - - - -.enough'
for themselves and to spare—very nicely
packed in a large box in excellent condition,
and superintended by a. very efficient corn
inittce. . They were accompanied by:their
worthy Superintendent. Rev. Htnty Raz-land. ,
Banner Carried by Lewis Golden.
A little bef4re noon the Galesburg Sbliohl
drove up" in just about the came style and
I having sent on a little ahead, ever
so mueltafgood things to eat. AVereaccomz
panied by their efficient Superintendent ; A.
G. Preshdi'.! .. _
At 12/ Pi 31., tie Orotetsieti formed at
the School 1 HonseL-Cblesburg School by
clastesi leading promptly and in order.—
Ulysses School followed in goad styly and
?eddy. Raymond Sehoal by classes,and not
outdone by others in-numbers an d fdanneri
having in the rear its Bible Class in which
visitors Were incited. We noticed, With
pleasure, several StindaY Sehool frienda from
Coudersport, *htre we bad Met as teachers
and scholars 10 year's' ince, and quite a del
egation from Pike to ' hip.}
Thbltirshal,Normailg Wood,late of tile Armt
was on foot, in citizen ! dress, With seed scarf
about hie waist, very Modestly and efficiently
conducted the march, !giving orders in a quiet
manner that assured `the teachers who led
their classes, and did, not frighten the little
ones. ills assistants! , ret - ii L. G. Predbo of
Allegany, and Gtidlty of Ulyrises, who
were not behind in at mpts tc/ do it al; right.
each class was led b ' its. teacher, all teem
ing desirous to do jui d , the right thing at the
right '{time. - The pfgeession reached about
80 rods, and as they c i4 tened ranks and march
edidoWn its centre , return to the School
House and thence 141 the grove, one could
not but be charmedil by the sight; As we
pai.'E. , 4 a certain point near the School House,
on the way to the grOve we were greeted by
an eicellenesong from 8 singeri.
At the grove,after ' singing by the crowd,
Rev. W. Calkis, of ;Philadelphia, made an
excellent . and appropriate prayer, Rev. H.
Rowland made a goOd, interesting address,
J; W. Bird gave as interesting talk on a
celebrated Cave near Stanton• Va.
Rev. 4: P. Calkinslof Weilsboro, Made a
short address on "Jesus; one True Guide,"
and on the "True Way," text taken from one
of the banners, in his used' and
effective manner. n
The speaking weal inteOpetsed by seine
excellent quartettes ;by two songs from some
of the Allega n y 4ildren formerly
trained by Mr. I. IL .Horton, and by'several
!songs by the browd. 1 ,; . .1 I ',,
' At 2/ P. M. Procession formed in and marched
to the tab , e. The children to
well pro
chled foi, and I am:lproud to say that the
Scbools proper, and our distant visitors', eon
ductid with .the utMost propriety; and all
seemed to enjoy the progedingahugely. .
Taogood Rope avrin had been provided
and vrctrq well used after the dinner.
1 , ----- OuP,i , cif B. C.School, •
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CL 027L8.
larThe'brtfilititurg, Telegraph Bays the oats
crop of that county is one of tue besteverae-
fier The constant rain in this county for
the past two weeks has the potatoes
WHEREAS Letters of Administratioti on
V V the• estate of SA.VIIEL ROGERS, late
of - Hector Township, Potter county, deceased,
have been granted to the undersigned, all
persons indebted tosaid estate are requested
to Wake immediate pityrnenti and those hav
ing claims against, the same will present
them, dilly authenticated to the subscriber.
SUSAN ROGEItS, Administratrla.
Auguit 15, 1865.
political career, and speeches in and out
of Congress ; also, a general vied of his pol
icy as President of the United States ; with 1
his messages, proplamations, letters, etc, and
a history of his eventful administrations and,
of the scenes attendant upon his tragic anti
lamented dense. .By Josszn H. BARDSM
Commissioner'of Pensions, Washingtpn,
Nearly ready,f one volume_ ; of over TOO
pages octavo.
Embossed Cloth, $3; Sheep, Library Style,
$3 50 ; Printed on extra fine paper and bound
in half calf, $5. , German Edition, fifty cents
higher on each style of binding.
• This work is Reliable and Authentic. It
was'written by the gentleman whose name it
bears, and the data concerning the material
points of Mr. Lincoln's early history and po
litical career (it is not now improper to men
tion), was furnished by himself to ; Mr. Barrett,
who for several years -stood in confidential
relations to the late President. The author
has resided is Washington from the very be
ginning of the administration, and has ex
plored the records of the War Clime for facts,
and..had access to other sources of informs
tion not usually accessible. Interwoven with
the narrative, in chronological order, are full
extracts ; frpm' Mr. Lincoln's speeches, thus
embodyi” his views in the best and, most',
acceptable manner. His administration is
elucidated also by interveaving his Stele!
papers cOmplete, while the narrative of the
author concerning the great events of - the
period IS clear, concise, and admirable. The
portrait, is beautifully engraved by Ritchie,
from a photograph taken by Brady at a sit. l
Ling arranged for with Mr. Lincoln by the 1
Publishers. The likeness has been pro -1
nounced by many personal friends, the best.
The Publishers, immediately upon the de
cease of Mr. Lincoln, sent an artist to sketch
the scenes closely identified with his early'
life, and also the scenes immediately associ
ated with the biirial at Springfield, Illinois,,
and will have the pleasure of presenting the''
following Original Illustrations in the volume:
i, Birthplace of Mi. Lincoln. 2. The Emi
gration from Kentucky in 1816. 3. Honse,in
Spencer bounty, Indiana, the home of Mr.l
_for thirteen years, and where his
1 mother died, 4. The Cratvford . Place, where
young Lincoln worked for 25 cents per day.
5 Little Pigeon Baptist Church, where Mr.'
! Lincoln (*hen sionth) and his parents al,-;
tended. :6., His Mother's Gra* 7; Anciet--
!son CreekFertl *here he ikas.firrymah
nine months; The Log House in Sangambh
county,, 111., *here ,the "a,00 . 0 iails" Vv,ere.
split. 9.,His§pringfieldßesidenee. 10. The
Scene of his First Inanguratioir, eta:, etc. ,
*** Nearly 1,000 men are already at
Terms uniform: Remit $1 50 fort complete
Prospectus and outfit for I,canvaising ; name
is dozen counties, arranged in lerder, of your
;choice, and if territory cermet be selected,
jam cast received will be returned: Sold
only by Canvassing Agents: „Address
Publishers . ,
Either at 25 West Fourth Street, Cid:it:Watt,
or Walkei Streit, New York:
Tranne, in speaking cif
•INET - OIIGANS, says :-4-
re been blown by the
from Boston to San
•rs. Mason & Hamlin
king a superior small
bandbox-like things,
II portable, and not
an make ilieniatlves
he nnirersal opinion ,
on. They agree that
-rks of the kind can be,
lion in Europe. The,
tnd with an immense;
ovocative mechanic 4
. ..ugh. traveling, ba
1' climates which wil
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TER GREAT IIVEt:11 . 1 - 01i7 Of' THE AGE
• TV Bradle 't NeW Patent - .bap ierc
Eliptic (or donbk) Spring Skirt.
1 . This intentiOri consists of - Haple . i (or two)
Eliptic Pure Refined Steel. Springs; ingerii
imsly braided tightly and firmly together,
edge to edge, Making the toughest, hiost flex:
ihlei elistie and Durable Spring ever used.
They seldom BEND or Best: like the Single
Springs, and conseqtfently pfeservE their per:
fect and beautiful shape more than twice .as
long as any Single Spring Skirt that ever
has or can be made:
The Wonderful flelibili Mid great comfort
and pleasure to, any .Lady wearing (the Dal,
'pies Elliptic Skirt will be eiparimited partici =
ularly in ail. crowded Assemblies; OperaS'
Catrages, Railroad Card; Chtirch Pews, Ain;
Chairs; for Promenad• and, House DreS.s;
the Skirt cad be folded itheti in uSti tri been
py a small place as easily l and conveniently
as a silk dr triallin drdss:
A Lady having enjoyed the pleasiire, c"oni=
fort add gredt convehiente of wearing the
Duplex Elliptic Steel Spring Skirt for a sin
gle day will never after Wards willingly dis
pense with their use. Foi l Children; Misses
and Young Ladies tity are 3aptx i o r to all
olltlrS. -,
The Ploopi With 2 ply twisted
thread will wear twice as long as the
Single y ar n
r covering Which _ls used on all
Single Steel - Hoop Skirts; ITbe three bottom
rods on ' very Skirt are also Double Steel,
and twit or double covered to prevent the
covsnegyearing o'ff the rods•drhan dragging
1 down Stairs, stone steps, &e.; /sc., WiLith they
are constantly subjeit to when is use;
, All aro made of the new and elegant Cord
ed Tapes' and are the best quality in every
no' - 'rt giving to the wearerithe , most graceful
~. . t ,,,... .
and perfect briape possible ; and are 111queti-
Itionably e lightest, most desirable; com
fortable nd economical Skirt ever made.
ors of th Invention and sole Haaufacttireis,
97 Ch bers, and ' 79 &81 Reade . Streets,
New! York: 1 _
For sale .iri all fifstzclass Storeg id this
City; an thrOughoOt the United States and
Canada, Havana, fie Cuba, Mexicd; South
Amer - lea, and the West Indies
. 1
M. L. !loins fof the- Duplex Ellipt ic (iii
donble) spring Skirt:' , A. tC.
~..... ..-.... .... . ......
Young 1 1
Heifer, t
with wh
white sp
tion of
o 1
An.Altaff. LINCOLN.
NEW SHIRT FOR 1865-fr.
JD or Stolen in Bingliiiiiithissiiii,
26, 1865, from the subscriber, Six
attle—tsso Light Red Steers and one
o years old, and three Yearlings,
to on the belly, and one red and
tted. Any person giving infonna
em will be liberally - rewarded.
July 1863 i Did • -
- ,
For iriblEZ
• ,
- Frit its, Fa g ialy 28; 1865.
Damt Bra : :Flom) rumomme The name of
A. B. NORTON, late &tilt Co. 14911F.V.;
for &MUFF, sabject to . the tlecisloteof the
Foal Courention. .. . • -
Guardian's Sale ofileal Estate.
Wr °TICE is hereby given that by virtue of
1,11 an order or decree • Of - the Orphan's'
Court of Potter County, made on, the 20th
day - of (Tuns ; 1805, the Undersigned, as Special
Guardian of Mary. A. Johnson,Sarah John
son, and William 'Henri Jonson, minors,
owners of said landi, will expose for Sale at
Public Traulue to the highest bidder, at the
Court House hi Coudersport, in said County
of Potter,
th.dast of September 1865
P. 111., the following described,
to in the Township of Hebron l
t.. viz:Lot No. 126 of the allot
. of the Estate of Samnel M. Fox,
taining 1357' acres more or less.
134 of said allotment in the
, ip, containing 54 and 2-10thi
more or less. - - Also Lot No. 122
ent in the same Township con
t. d 9-10ths 'acres of land more
all that part of. Sub . Lot No. 9
.t No. 115 of said allotment in
of Allegany, lying west of the
.taining 61 and - } acres of lead
Also hot No. 75 of McVicaris
Township of.oswayo, in
e for N. H. & W. S. Johnson;
and 24-190ths acres more or
pied by Mrs. Andrus.
,65. Special Guardian.
On the 1!
at.l o'elock
Lands : Situ
Potter Co., • ,
mew, of land!
deceased, cu.!
Also Mit lid
same Towns
acres of landl
of said allot
twining 125' ,
or less. Ali
of original .1.;
the Townshi
highwah - co j
more or less.
survey in th
County, ma .t
containing 81
lesi, now oCc
Aug. 10, 18
Adinint3trator's Sad.
Y virtue of an order of the Orphan 's C ourt
Ai for the County of Potter, the following
described real estate belonging to th estate
of AMBROSE COREY, late of. the to wnship
'of Ulysses, in said county deceased . ", will be
sold to the highest and best bidder at, the
Court House in the Boro' of Coudersport on
Monday, the 18thday of Sept. next,
at 1 o'clock P. M., all that certain messnage
situate in the Township of Ulysses, County
Of Potter. and State of Pennsylvania, bounded
and described as follows, via.: Beginning at
the south-mot corner of the 0. A. - Lewis lot
in said Township, thence north 24 percees to
a post, thence west 10 perches to a post,
thence south 24 patches to a post on south
!hie of said Lewis' line,thence east 10 perches
m C o c) r n e ta or !n l i e n s g s
toe pest the
and beta; part Of a Lot of land No. 359 con
veked by the Trristee.s of the estate of Wil
liam Bitigliani to
.0. A. Lewis on the Bth day
of February; 1836. . . .
Also, another lot of land situate in the
ToNtrnsrirj, Cohnty. and State aforesaid,,And
bounded slid deseribed as follows i Beginning
at a postthe south-west corner of the above
desefibed list; thence in a northerly. bourse
along the west line of aliciVe described lot 20
perchektO a post, thence iii a Westeili course
at right angles with the fast 'Cahrse 4 percheb
to a post; thence in a southerly cedetb niralL
Id with this first described course 20 persheit
to a post; thence in an easterly hciartt thing
the BighiiitY 4 perishes to the place of be.
ginnirig, Containing One Half of an Acre of
- land, and being - the east half of a lot - of land
conveyed; by H. H. Dent to A. Corey Feb:
17, 1857. ..
Also another .' lot of land situate in iite
Township, County and State isfOlesald,,fi.ha
bounded and described as follows : Beginning
at a post 'standing in the west lide of lcit•No:
15 of the sub division of H. H. Derit's lands
in said township, now in possession of AnL
dre:r Gee, 30 perchel south of the south line
of lot . No. 13 conveyed by H. H Dent to. Mal
hale Baker by deed bearing date April' 9)
1 1855, thente south 1-b west 173 perches to a
corriet,lbeing .also touth-west corner of lot
No: 15 aforesaid, Jhenee along the .north lide
of a lot in possession Of Abram Waggoner
west 77 and 2-lOths perches to a corner,
being also the sonth-eaSt boxier of lot No,
16G contracted to be add to J. Nelson Crowell
by H. H. Dent) thence north i° east 173
perches to the south line 'of lot No.,l4ldon
veyed by 11. 11. 15ent to Itattala taker by deed;
bearing date April 9, 1855, thence along said
south line east 78 perc_het to the Place of
beginning; Containing Seienty-Nine icFe:s,
with the Usual alloWance of six per Ceat:forj
roads, &b . +, being lot No: 16 of the sub-diVis - -I
ion of the said H. H. Dent,s lands in the said
TownshiP of Ulysses: , . . , ,
. Also Ohre bther le of land ß situate iri t he
Township; Connift and State aforesaid, des
cribed as felfowS; Yiz: Bounded On te north
lands 'ci
by wiied by ButionLeivib; Oh, the east
by land§ irkried or its. Pessedion, of Benjamin
Baker, on the south by lauds iii possession' of
J. D. Lett, slid ,on the West by the highway
leading frutn Lewisville to Brookland, Con- .
taining shout Eighteen Acres Of land be the
same more or less,. . , . , 1
. , .p. S P: bitiVitt, Adidi
Erliasee, Aug. 14, 1.86 ii.
Administiatofii Sabi
B • ,:.-
le: virtae of an order Of the OrtaniiiS Court
foi. the county Of Pottet the folloiving
desEilbed reitl ettate belbriging to the estate
of WILLIAM PLlfiel - atii Of the toltnEhip of
UlySteS,in Acid. tbdntp aeCessed, Will be sold
to khe h ighest and best bidder at the - Court
Honte in the Borongh of Coudersport on
AtUtPtibti Mc 18 day IV 'i. it../
' ' R. iai that.. -
a i'owock P. .; tt of ladd'be••
gifting at the fiorth-west e et bf lot int
ve.ied td Augusta B. Whipple i' thd ehriv.e df
the/lighwan Abate Borah ho the land of
said lot 72 rods, thence West 1 1 5 and 5-10ths
rods, .thence North 72. feat tb the centre of
the eghiraP, thence Bast by the Centre of
Big way 15 add s , loths reds to place of tie
gindicg, being pail of Litt conveyed 14 11. H.
Dent to Daick Whipple by Deed bearitiff date
Dec. 19, 186: and containing Seven Acres.
ALSO—Another Lot baunded as &newt
1 .
Beginning at the south-cast Corner of I;otNo.
104 east kart, conveyed-RI Dick Whipple,
*MI6* North 72 rode tdgightt p; thette west
15 rod s , lliehce South 72 ro • thence East
15 rods to the plsce of b I 'an" g, Containing
Seven Atli& ArZO- (4 Pd bounded
171,1 14
as follows : being known as east part of Lot
135 of the allotmentl of Bin ham laUdi in
Ulysses,tp, Potter co., Pa., co nta ining 66 and
2-10tlisl acres, being the same of which H.H.
Dent contracted t 9 D. Whip'l6; .Ir.; bit the
T. l__
lat day ' !torch 1860._ ALS - Anothef lot
being viest pall tit' lot N 0.135 idle Bingham
lands in Vlpsses tri; aftirekaid; 'Containing 50
acres and being the same lot hithll.lLDen
contracted to Wm. Blaldslte n IBC lit-ility
of Hsieh 1860:..:z,:
1; ieoi
s tis
Mai Yar •• - •
WEE sitrscrlber to form tho Citi-
JL. sena of Potter that he a supply there
with all kinds of Marble War f as ,tbeap and
as goad as it an be bad' a • jilaCe in ,the
country. MONUMENTS and t 21:13 -STONES
of all kinds furnished on oho notice.
Cezdersport, Feb 13 '65 ly
ottdegridits Alig. 3a865-
, assn
Tv rake Mae of Atty.,
I have been for vitae tinie put encouraged
by cit4ens of the County to is,c.andidate
for Representative. -- I immune., Inyself a
candidate for that office. '7. - Ilim of candi
dates -for, 'other' offices, without - _opposition,
fru: the reason that they=have been -in the
Army fur the Makin. I too have been in the
_Union Artny--served.faithfullyiu the ditches
and swamps :of South Carolina until honora
bly discharged by General SiMnside t by rea
vton of disability received in the service, and
in the line of duty., My son fought in the
same Itegimenti(4sth P. V.,) until he vas
killed by Rebel bullets: Still lam oppOsed
by gentlemen who were never in the nervicel
—gentlemen, who , if nominated, will receive
my cordial _ support. If any one dotibts my
honorable rec ord while in the Army, I refer
him to everylotgcm• and man belonging to the
45th ;P: V. when I left it.
If any other Soldier who has been lionora-
My. discharged, desires the nomination -for
this office and mserts his name, I will withi
draw this Card and support him...
Pike 7 411114 July 25f:1865 .
The following is a description of Barrels
and Kegs belonging to the Brewery of Joseph
SchWartzenbach, located at Germania, Potter
County, Penn'a, :
From one to forty barrels marked with
numbers in Rommiletters, gaud part with my
name burned in on the top; all iron bound.
All persOns having any Barrels or kegs
marked as above in their possession will
please return• them or they will bo dealt with
as directed in the, late Act of Assembly.
Germania, Aug. 8, 1865. (4w)
- Couit .Proolamation.
TILERE AS the lion. Robert G. White;
•v_ V Presideit Judge, and the Bons. C. S.
Jones and G. G. Colvin, Associate Judges of
the Courts of Oyer & Terminer and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Orphans' Conn and Court of Common Pleas
for the county of Potter, have issued their
prcept, bearing date the, twenty-second day
of June in the year of our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and sixty-five, and to me
directed, for holding a court of Oyer & Termi
ner and General lad Delivery, Quarter Ses
sions of the Peace, Orphan's court, and court
of Comnion Pleas in the Borough of Couders
port, on MONDAY, the 18th day of September
next, and to continue one week:
Notice is theiefore hereby given to the Cot=
oe,or,7,,JoV,ices of the Peace and Constables
within the county, that they be then and then
in their proper persons, at IA ociiiek,A.lL of
said day; with ther rolls, records,inquisi;
exatiiinations and other, remembrances,
io dci.those iins whieh to their offices op - -
Ortain to be d b one g : And thote Who hie boUnd
by their recteizahhea td piette6jith
il . risdnerS,that are or shall be lb Of
said con* of Potter, are to be. hen aid theie
to prosecute against theni as will be just:
Dated at bonders Port,
the B . 9th year of theln.dePendenee of the United
States of America:
. -
Tr.lal List fok
Lewis ht al Ys kcidesib *
Shaffer vß.gay and Smith; -
Dickson. Vs Jonei.l
Dickson BtirlesoL
Wood vs Cbaridler. • -
botweillk Lytiaan li3 Chan"drei.
?IRIS vs BartlettF. W right Btirdick /air & W
War vS
ries vs WI lettn; ,
Nelsbn BelitOi it al
Conntylt Riciet at
Bl a ckman Vs,ra.*Yok daimish'eei
Crane TS S'eeley
I Smith t's Rois
Cointh use vs Haveii
HOpkint_VA White,,
BUshnr vs kotter Forest
- Lee vs Kenyin
Biouil "Vs Lediniton
Gnau vs Clark ,
Stevens_. Nichols vs Bateiritta - -
Hill vs Davis & Kilbourne . ,
Summit School District vs Potter
Roulette " same
Abbott a 11 kt Same
Whartp.i .!1
it having come to Oar knbiviedge ilinti init= .
itatiOns of the Adler - lean Watch have been
pat upon the Market it+ grhet,nithibei.; t4leri
lated by their otter worthlesirleis th
ki 1,1412 th
the repritatibd Of iini• 'iediti i pioduhts; to
protect Our btri interests and the tiublic froth
imposition; te again nitblisli tiade Marks
by Whibli but' Watthea the , intariably be
knoWn. I' ,
tnifitifaCinie four ityle of Watches:
i iii
The First has the name ~,
11 AMOICAIT , WATCH CO. %alba t
Massy' etigrattd Oil the inside plate:
Thef2Ni3ita htisOe hittilb ~_ ... . .
"APPLETON; TRACY A; CO., WalthaM i .
Massiff.finkraved on the inside plate.
T4e nietihrti the name . , „ - • ,
"P. S. B4RTLETT ; Waltiiiiii, Maas.," in.
graired on the inside Plate:. „'
Ali, 66 above etyles have the name Amer
ican Watch co: paintea on the dial, and are
wsirFaited lid every es net. • -; ,
The..toeirli hat the naiiiti ...1,
"WM. EL ER,Y, Boiten, Masi.," engraved
on the inside phite; and is not named on the
All the above described watches are niad
of,,varionsideesi and are sold is gold or saver
cases, as May be required. ,
i It is hardly poisible for .iiis .to accurate l y
ldescribe the ritiniithdi finitatiolis hi , which
!we have alluded. • They are usually inscribed
with names io nearly_ approachirik our own '
las: to escape Ithe.observation -of the iiiiactiii
touted buyer' Some tiferefireiented an Made
by the "Pain N'ti . "ritah Cii.,, qt Bitstoiii - Masd.'
—no such co m pany c asting. Some. are
Maned the, i lSoldier's Watch," to be sold" as'
our Fourth ior Wiii, Elleiy style, iisially
known as the "Soldier's Watch" Others are
named .the "Appleto4 - Watch C0."4--, ethers
the P. S. Barham, 'instead of our "P. S. Bart
lett' besid,a many varieties named in such
a manner aa to convey the idea that they are
the veritable Froductions of .the Ainerican
Watch ponipany;
antion the public , and Eintilen
s, against buying certain articles
hes. sd 6eely advertised in lilts
.4 ce "Arta? Watches," ' :if:ill:Leer's
ecfrigie Time Observers ," '! Arcane
~ the iitices of slab ate stated
ieyed to sixteen dellats. A good
iese titnes, cannot be afforded for
tendon oh the fait of micro tvii
fibni kriisit imposition. •
for the Americas Watch Co.,
i s
-' - 182 Broadway, Now York.
We also
larly soldie
cause testi
trated Pape .r
Watehes; l4 -
to be froth El
watch; its t
ally such th
A little rti
protect ther
Abitiet 11
e oNelfattan 4 ifilleotett;
sale bpi: John 13 1 , Sliakspetir i of We'abor°,
Tioga enmity, Pa. Persons ileblring to- wive
time can do so by applying to . A. L. ns.
NORTH, Esq.', at the Blughare Officer
Coudersport, Pa.
xr ib r r is MAN - CA
to the memory ~of Astriactsi toncons,'l
the Martyr President, by Mrs. E. A;Prettka
burstohe ,popular ccmposer. The 14onid
Journal Isays : '"This is a fine compcisiton i
well worthy the reputation lof its write t"
Very solemn and impressive. 11000 copies aid
issued Weekly. Price3o cents, with tignettd
of ithe fresident, 50 cents -Mailed frees
Publish Horac e Mater* No. 481
Broadway N. Y. • r__
VALUABLE MEDlCl=9;*hictibati pee'
formed Bich wonderful cures and givenleita
eral satisfaction:to all tboie Who . have unlide
`nee of them, can" be obtained' , of DR, - .
rity,nripu, COODERSPORT, Potter Co..
Pa., wh&trill examine pagentii'astertihrtika
nature of their disease, and Rite all steads
ary 'directions and advice to Wyse w . ber Make
use of the Medicines. Orders filtha attraid
will receite prompt attention.'
July 10 1865.
- - _
- W.‘, 1,1;,
ALLE - Pliticmit, aisiato4by
competent Teachers.
will commence on MONDAY, Aug. 28 1 1868,
and continue Twelve weeks..
Tuition to be paid at the
Term, from $3,00 to $B,OO.
25 cents.
T.eachers' Class will be;
.Rooms _suitable for students desiring to
board themselves can be obtained reasonably
in and near Town. - -
For farther particulars, address the Pritta
cipal, at Coudersport, Pa. • •
.DIVORO.E NOTICE!. •:, , ,
HERMAN CAMP, . No. 44, Dee:. Teriai'
vs. 1864, in the - Cottimeti
'ROXANNA CAMP. Pleas ofPritterCotihtii
Libel in Divorce.. To Roast:ma Camp, Itti
spondent above named. Please take - notice
that a stbpcena and alias subprenahaiing
been issued and retUrned nihil ; you are hifei
byrequired ttiappear on the Brat dai of next
Court, the-18th day of Segtember ncittet,
iriswer to the complaint tit de in this,
, = t..- .D: C. LANAI-BEE, Sheriff.
Couderapori, July , -25; 1865., .
MILK Pennsylvania State Agricultural Sea-,
J. cietY *ill hcild its Eihibiticin tiii 'fatal:.
day; Viredlibsday; Tfiuridey did FridaY, Ski.= •
tember- - 86, 27, 18 and lb, 186, at - • ' =
WiLLTAitStONT; ttCO is r bOttN"ft
Any infoiMatioa desired • will g-tvad.,
iiiibii perkoital applieation o .
,by letter.. to !AA :
gndersigned, _fa Norristo." ~,
.or A: 'SOTO:
HAMILTON, Preeidep Ma -ki#g-. . . ;
The office of the. Society,: - 'll he bpen aft
filillaiiispert bit, thit.ifett th - th est septen ,
bet:A. iJNOWER, LiAl t ACRE; grey..y.
Noirisidwit, I* 14; it 64. - 3t
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§i`AtiOkiEltt, _ •
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ihii a ieir ir.libei it
/int ," fot.*ltitit I wAi r t,
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Giei3i3.bakikg --.
utter -
i ..18.S11,.;
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OD PAY: -.,,.'
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to do moss anythmB tindrisigni 6? hilt"
as Welt and es La* PriOefl itt can bei'
iti she Coantp:
HORSE SH(jtii4d, I
• ,
z i; ,,
f haves "goEml diiiifigis and Peison Hein
ale it farms,establinbing• '
acid .. •
corners g exploring
bands, incitaie vi ch;aifte and t i Sale same
, 'Rare Chtuicenh in tlth itny_tif Fitful!:
itrCIEN 131E11
tit& in the S. E. corner of my ,Steke at
Ang...1,. 1865: -
*initsßoko ,couriEniireatt
rrEEP. Stafei thee oro and Cod
". derspott, Line Wellsboro,ereiy
Mttiday and Thursday at 2 ecioek P. M
arriving at Coudersport on Tneiday anti Fri.;
day respectivelL Dimes Condetsport every
Wednesday, snTiing in Wellthoto oit Thimsz
day at 12 o'bldck ..1L; and leaving Condersz
port du Saturday; arrives itt! Virellsbord od
Monday it 12 o'clocelll._
This Itonte has lately Chahged pTopribtoisi
and the undersigned is determined 1.0 keep in
in good order both pith respect to teams and
drive:Ps; Anitdo sicOmmodations lot Olvz.
elers at VerMilyias.l HENttt CtCFUT.
Gaines, Lug. 2, I.l36s.—[6iiipd I
P: , Stabbing" & Cb.
3 1 ,
A E AGENTS.fdr[the sale tif
NACHAS for Pettit County I,
E. a. fpenplits
Tri!dale of AU