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GRANT & SHERIDAN
H.EARP FROM AGAIN ! ! !
ANOTHER UNION VICTORY
HEAVY DECLINE IN GOODS
P. IL STET:TINS &
Aro now receiving a new and complete
Spring Goods ! !
!purchased since 'the heavy decline and
taming-the -recent panic in New York.
Coniiisting of .
igLOAK7A - GS,
Put stock 14-EN's
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS 44. CAPS,
&c., &C., &C.
Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Cans,Adeobol, Catophene, Kerosene,Lanip
and Lamp Fixturee. Glass, Patent Medicines,
Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfumery,Pancy
Soap and Toiletaarticles, Gam, Hair, Ivory
and Wooden Combs, Pomades and Coognes,
and is fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts,
Psns, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil--.-raw
Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Bair, Eat ) Paint, Varnish
CHOWE'B2 I OCE OF
Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrup, f.ktod Rio Coffee,
West Indis and Dandelion l'offee, Rice, Corn
Starch; ?tain t :-Cocoa, &c.,
-.r.,*.:.§14)31n.f0! , '4..c.0,,
caner Main and Second Strays,
ooudereport, Apr: 10, 1865
TEIE PO E$ C 4 IifiriT4OURNAL
1,05eal an 7imineral;
110... p' paq. kr Xer . *Billed
into the lip Or toppd artotird. - .. f;
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11M,,Ifaj. 1141 s offers hie fine farm at but, for Isaie an vel fait terins.. ".Here is a
fine opportunity for say desiring to purebatie,
T is a , workmap at Olmsted's in
stop nowi, and, says "people Can have
their, oven 'hied.
eey-Itlis proposed toihaVe the Conferences
for the Pistribts of , srhich Potter composes
a part, .M ThYrsday, Sept, 7, at thisplace.
rteLThe attention of SundayScboolTeach
ers and dtberi is called td the advertisement
of Horace Waters,
sa..risyti has had oleien revolutions in
six yearS. It! is a Qatimrine-wheol, of a
country. • I 1
forget the pelegate Elections,
on next Tuesday, the 29thi between the hours
of four and 513. I
Star.A. hundred reports are in circulation
as to tha whereabouts, of .Tohn H. Surrat.
The last, places him in 4 Convent in Canada.
giEr — The tire of. Liheoln hag a more
eiteosiVe sale ih Frahee, than the Emperor's
History of JOlins Cmsiat: I
The "4 - hat-is-itr is dead. "It" teas
an idiotic negro,.girl,,Oot.a boy as has been
Cow:is,to be exhibited atlConeistii
for which the owner has 'refused $5OO. He'
bets '5.200 she,Will give more milk than any
other cow itahe United States. ,
ter §e / e. the Gard of the American Hotel
in another tolnron. It has been refitted and
is noiv among the be.st Hotels of the West
Brandt valley, 1
ter Our columns 'pre crowded so mach
with new advertisements this week that the
notices of the (Union nominees are put over
to thd next issues
Ige• James I,JOnes has revived , the .Tersiy
Shore Vedette. 4 was discontinued four years
ago in conseqUerice of,Mr. Jones entering the
Army. We wish yoh success pecuniarily
Eoracel Greeley receives a salary of
$71500 for contvkling' the, Editorial Depart
ment of the,Tribnne. Thhi is in addition to
his dividend of the profits of his interest in
the Association. I
Lam' At present there is not much show
for fight in Mei'Co by Uncle Sam's boys. Our
forces in Texai and along the border do not
number 40,00 0, 1 and they are being discharged
very rapidly. I
be' A suffetirig tinvelev in the oil region
"old wine needs no
bush," it is ceitain that the Bdsh House, in
Titusville, needs 'old wine,'
bar The rebel, Mosby, lately visited Alexr
andria, bat the feeling again; him was so
strong and outJspaen that he was compelled
to flee for his lifeL The mob were determin
ed to bang hyn t? a lamp-post. •
- - -
Be... The rats la re undermining the found
ations of many ;of the - warc4houses in Chicago
to auch an extent that the 'merchants have
held a meetingitd devise some means for self
Ear la the! recent eleCtions in England
the rioting of theimobs cloSely resembled the
acts of their brothers in New York. -Igno
ran:e, whiskey; and the life of semi-Slavery
which they leut amply fits them for such
work. ' ',
M. A, reign, of,terror is again being inag
gurated in Richiamid. • White -Soldiers are
fed with whiskey; and then Incited by the
leading Secissionists of- the City to abuse
black soldiers , and! Women and children;
ICI.G.SHA FALLS, - N. Aug. 10,
fir DEAD. have been
making a tour this Stimmer—been to New
pert, the White Mountains,Saratoga-, Atc.,
and consequently; much a s I ht.'ve Wanted
your valuable paper, it was only occasion
ally one reached ; but the other. day one
came with an I at:count g tin Old Maffes'
Meeting. ' Now ,I see through the hell thing
to once. iThat 'notice was just get up to spire
me. They knoir Vvra* allns taatorge with
,the young men *ben I was there, and they
think they'll t4,ldi advantage of my Ab-
Sence to g'et the i r names before the public=
they think 'that attention will be . : fraiva
Wards them and ;they Will be somebody.
Leery on'e of theta lOId Mader is dying';to get
married. I knoW it. I guess the boys will
see through their Iwhole plan and let them
alone without my eiposing the fiber ignorant
eritttra any 'mine. I ;.tell Om thutigh, I Wats
mad when I first reatl it
Maybe I you would like to know a little
about my, journey,. As ydu already -knnw,
we left C. aboutthe lust iof Trine, land we
went directly New York ;Where we put up
I at the Iletropolitan,imagniBcent hotel where
you can ride tip letairs in crif and have
Spring chicken§ to eat all the 3-ear round.
While I was in lidieoik I Weht to ilarnum's
Museum. , I knOw it was not fashionable, bhi.
I told Pa I mutt see it, so We went one day,
and it was just geiseons. Bight at the head
of the stairs was la great:stuffed elephant
with a nrintedHnetice below to those who
intended "seeing the ••elephant" to "Beware
of pick-popkets? `, But it Would take a year
to tell of all thd curiosities ,we've seen there
including the snakes and theglat woman:"
Prom New York We went to Ndwport,which
much of a place Only the young gentle
men who are nice. I got ackkviiinted
with one, and if itibed not; been for a little
difficulty he had With his ivrashenvoman in
relation tO a s all. bill, I would not have had
occasion to write; this letter exposing the
tricks of ihose stay at home old maids, for I
should have been a happy wile. It was all
arranged when Palfound out about the wash
erwoman and told Felix (that was his name
that I was too young to mairy.
. But I have written mach`more than i in
tended and the first bell is ringing beim* for
dinner, so au rkeii:. GEO4GLiNA.
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Ia Conderapatt,i Pa. Aug. : l6, 1865, ,by
Rem. L. A . Stdvetia, WILLIAM SWIFT, -of
ViThitesville, and Miss - HATTIk E.
SMITH, of the form e r place:
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1• Commissionerd s
I Yreaxe antlioriiedito announce - sAIarEL
4WIRPB,,of Bingbain, as it:Candidate for
CountiCommissihner, subject to the deeis
ton of the Union Coufity Convention:
Please announce) the name of CHANCEY
,ICFL.BOURN,. of Heitori,one of our iiresent
honest find efficient Cenintissioners, as a can
didate for re-electioniimbject to the decision
f ,Ite Union Catint7 conventiriit.
7R7 - DESIRABLE FARM
The iinderagned offers his Large Frirm
situated in Allegany township, Potter County,
Penn'a.; on the road running from Conders
Port ta•Wellsville, and only seven miles from
th 4 ..County seat, , at Private Sale, 1 ' ON A
CREDIT OF TEN TEARS.
Said Farm contains - Four Htindred Acres
of the best farming land, with 'good:fences,
and has erected on it ONE TAVERN STAND,
DYE STOREROOM, TYRO TENANTHOUSES,
THREE EARNS, and other fine outbuildings.
The Undersigned will be on the premises
ell 'the 29th of August to answer applicants
that may desire tb purchase.
If not Sold it
; ! WILL RE LEASED
forlthree or five years, fora Par* ren.t.
- S. M. MILLS.
Titusville, Pa., Aug: 20, 1965.
A LL persons interested will please take
/IL notice that the following accountants
have filed their accounts in the Register's
Office of Potter County, and that the same
will be presented to the Orphan's Court for
cotifirmation, on Monday the 18th day of
September, 1865, in Coudersport :
First account of Hodson Hendrix,. Adm.s'r
of. Carson Wilson, late of Allegany tp, dec'd.
; Aug. 21,1865. DAN BAKER, Register.
Y VIRTUE of sundry writs of Vendition
Exponas, FierlFacias and Levari Facias
jutted out of the Court of Common P/cmy of Pot
ter County, Pennsylvania, and to me dirated,
shaft expose topublic sale or Outcry, at the Court
House in Coudersport, on MONDAY, the 18th
day i. of Sept., 1865 ; at 1 o'clock, p. m., the fol
loww described tracts or parcels of land to wit:
Certain real estate in °slimy° Tp., bounded
north by lands of Patrick Doyle, east by
lands - of 'Edmund Morley, south by Highway
leading from Oswayb and , Wellsville plank
road to the Irish Settlement, and west by the
Wellsville and Oswayo, plank road ; contain-
Filly-SeVen and Six-tenths Acres more
on less, abont fifteen acres of which are im
proved, with lone frame house, one log stable
and some fruit trees thereon. To be sold as
the property of - James McNulty.
ALSO--;-Certain real estate situate partly
in Hebron and pertly in Clara Tps, Beginning
ate' hemlock tree for a corner being the north •
west corner of a lot originally sold to Wor
den ; thence north 352 rods to a beech tree
being the south corner of U. Byam's purellatO,
thence east 233 „rods *tit a Corner in the east
line of Ridaway's land, thence-South On said I
east line 352 rods to a Post corner In said
east line, thence west koctS to the plate
of beginning ; containing Five Hundred and
Ten acres, being fart 'of Warrant 5864, of
which about Forty acres are itCproVed, tith
two frame houses, one fret= bars; one water
saw mill, and some fruit trees thereoir. To be
sold as the property of Foster Reynolds.
ALSO—Certain real estate in Allegaugtp.,
bounded on the north by lands of J. Ross,
on the east by lands of G. Kelly, on smith by,
unseated lands, and on the west by lands of
T. Dagget, being lot No. 5 on the map of
lands of W. S. Johnson, dec'd in said tp.,
and part of warrants • Nes 1849 and 1874 ,
containing One Hundred and Fifty-TWO and
SixteeulOne hundredths acres, about ten
acres of which are improved, with some
fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the pro P
- of George W. Kenyon.
ALSO—Certain real estate in Abbot
known on the maps of the Pennsyli - arna
Land and Farm Association as section Na.
48 in warrant No. 5078, beginning at the
south-west corner of said warrant and fun
ning thence north 24 and 4-10ths rolls to a
corner, thence east 90 rods to a corder,thence
'south 24 and 4-10ths rods to a corner thence
west 90 rods to the place of beginning;Con
taining Thirteen and One-half [ acres mere 'or
less. To be sold as the property of Willigin
ALSO—Certain real estate in Sharon 'fp.,
'bonnded on the north by the, State line bf
Nevi York and Penn'a, on the east by lands
of Samuel Howe and lands Of W. Jones deed,
on the south and west by hada of Kitt-
'ney ; containing Eighty-eight 'and -One-half
'acres, or thereabouts, about Thirty nci-es
which are irnproVed, with one; frame house,
;one frame barn and some'fruit trees,thereon.
To lfe sold is de property of H S Carrier.
LSO—Certain real estate beginning at a
past in the north line df warrant 2123; being
the north-west corner Of lot 2 o.' ) /2 of Treating
lands iii Edell& tp., surveyed f 0 L. 13. Spat - -
ford, thence south 150 rods to a post corner,
thence west 52 rods, thence south 14 rods,
thence'west 40 rods to a post corner, thence
north 164 rods tit a icariant line, 'thence east
- 52 rods to Once of beginning, 'beig. Tot
ti of the aforesaid allotment and part of War
rants Nos. 2122 and 2123-, containing abed
Ninety-one acres more or less, about Twenty;
tive e.cres'isf which are imprOd, with on'e
frame house, one frame barn and some fruit
treks thereon.—ALSO—Anotlier titezt lying
Eulalia tegi , aning at post corner
standing 106 perches east Of the riorthr.West
corner of warrant NO. 2122,thence cast by
Said line 106 percher to a post Coiner, thelibe
south 150 perches td 'g pest center, thence
West 106 perches tb a poit corner, thence
north 250 perehes to the place Of beginning'
containing Ninety-nine acres) and Eighty
perches strict measure, more or less, being
part of warrant t.N23. 2122, abort Seventy-five
acres of which are improved, with one framh
house, one frame barn with shed attached,
one frame granary, and some fruit trees
thereon. - To* be, sold as the property of
Nathan Woodcock. 1
ALSO—Certain real estate in Sharon tp.,
bhuntied on the north by the Vsk lot, east
by land of F. Donovan, south y land occu
pied by Elder TorreY, and west by- land of
Americus Wood, being lot deeded by Lewis
Wood to-r Reynolds; containing Fifty
acres more or less. about twenty acres of
whiCh are improved, With one log house, one
log barn, other out houses-and some fruit
trees thereon.—ALSO---a'notiter lot adjoining
the abnye, bounded on the north and east by
Merceread *eaten lands, ord the south by
the Donovan lot and the above described
fifty acres, and on the west by the Green lot,
containing about . One - Fiundred hetes spore or
Tess, Forty acres of which are improved. with
one frame house, one frame bird and some
fruit trees thereon. To be sold as rho
i l ly of LM. Reynolds. -
LAREA33BE ' M
Coudersport Aug. n.. 1, 186 a;
11.i)TEL; - •
4 CORNER 4TErWILLIAM STS
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W11,141 - AMSPORT;
- L o. auserni; rropiktoii,
T bHotel aa been, much erdariged r refitted,
iiitherwise improved, irith:,excellent sta
hfiiig; tnaltitig it interior to none
ariort 7 —Aug 19, - '65 ;
lt tinderaigded;. - un Auditor, appointed
by the Orphan's Court of Potter county.
td * distribute the funds in the hands of
the _ Administrators of the estate . g'f ELI
PICEA dee'd, Itrnong the 'heirs - .'and rlegal
rePresentatives• of -the said deceased' will
attend to.the duties of his said appointment
at the Prothonotary's Office -in the Borough
of Oondersport, rturday, the 16th day of
September, at: 10_ 'clack A, Where all
persons interested in ,said fund will present
their claims or be forever debarred.
I • . W. B. GRAVES, Auditors
Aug. 22, 1865.- -- 1 - - - -•-
WIEREAS Letters of Administration on
the estate of DAVID C . IIO3VIILL; late
o Jackson Township, Potter County, dec'd,
have beef granted to the'undersigned, all
p#sons indebtedto said. estate are requested
to intake Immediate Payineni f and. those; hav
ing claims against the same will tiretient them,
dilly authenticated, to the subscribir for
payment. CHARLES H ARMSTROS - G,
Condersport Aug.l9 1856. Adms'r.
AL! Most Important Discovery.
INTERESTING TO. AGENTS, FARVERSI
I " AND LADIES.
WE are making a single machine which
combines the best, and-chespest.lport
atati Wint and Cider Press th‘itiryest Clothes
Winger, and the ii 10.51 poiterfid Lifting Jack
inj the world. It is the only preis adapted to
making Apple Champaign, Which is hoW re
garded as one of the most iinportant discov
eries , - Of the age. A good agent wanted in
every-county, to whom we will hold ontSttch
inducements as to insure $lO5O 13efote Christ
mas. The first one making application:from
lany county shall have the eicluives agency.
Full particulars, terms, etc., by Circtilar.
Address HALL, REED ,j•
Rio. 55, Liberty St., N. Y.
THE MASON ItELMILUsT
V . Ablnet Organs and Chleker-
LY lag's Celebrated, Pianos for
sale by John B. Shakapear,' of
Tioga county, Pa. Persons debillng to, par
chase can do so by applying to. A. L. ENS ,
WORTH, Esq., at the Bingham Office,
IVEW MUSIC.—FUNERAL MiRCH
_LI to the memory of ABRAHAM LINCOLN',"
the illartYr President, by Mrs. E. A. Park
hurst, the popular cr.mposm.. The Home
Journal "says : "This is a fine compOsition-,
well worthy the reputation of its writer."
Wry solemn and impressive. 1000 copies are
issued weekly. - Price 30 cents ; with vignette
of the President; 50 cents. , Mailed free.
Publisher_' Horace Waters, No. 481
Broad Way N. Y.
DR. FILKINS & BROS'
VALUABLE Mtn:MINE which:hate. per
formed such wonderfal - cures and giiree gen
eral satisfaction to all those who have made
use-of them, can be obtained' Of nil. A.
FRENCH; COMERSPORt, Patter Co.,
Pa-,, who will 'examine patients, astertain the
netute 'o? theit disease, and give all necess
ary directions and'adviee to those Who make
use of the Medicines. Orders; from abroad
will receive pi•cialpl attention.
Inky 19, 1865! '
HORACE WATERS` '
No 481 Broadway., New YOrk
PIANOS, MELODEONS, CABINET OR
GANS,' SHEET 3IUSTC-, • MUSTC BOORS,
and. all /rinds of Musical instruments and
Mislcal Merchandise, at the 6Warr saris,
wholegire.afid Second hand 'Pianos
and MelodeonS -at oniir nasomft. Prices;
$69, $7,5, $l9O, $12.5- .51.50, $175, $200,-rand
$2;"5. t Nesi. 7 octave Pianos for $250 and
upwaias. PienoS and Melodeons to let, And
relit all6Wed if purchased. Monthly pay;.-
meth received for e Setae. . .
The )11"&race Wafers' Pianos and Meloietins
are as Pine and tonrable Instruments - as-are
made. 'Warranted :for five Tears. Price
greatly eauced tor Cash.
I. - .
'TEs - rim4.01%/I.A.t_A-
Tfie Horace Witera' Pianos itie known as
iroong the 'viry best.—..Y. P. Evangelist.
We can sPeal:l3f the Merits of the Horace
Waters Pitnos frem personal, ithoiviedge, as
• i - eing of the ye* , beit
infelEgehfa r ,
The sora4*aleis Pianos are built "alb&
best and most thoronghly lessened material.
Watets' Pianos and ifelodeotie ehallinge
comparison With the finest made anywhere
in the Country.—kothe frn
Horace 'Waters' Piano Fortes are of fall,
rick and even tone,and powerfhl..—aViso
M fi n d .Reiletip ,
Oaf ends Will at Mr. Waters' stoie
traovery)oesi assorttaept pf Music - and of
Pianos to he fonnd in the United States.-.
' the Horace Waters' "limns are of sdperior
tone and elegant finish.=--New York Christ ian
Ensirer. , „ • '
Schedule of prices of Instruments and oat
illognes of Sheet Music and any Music, pub
lished in.tho United States, iwt,so.sask.
Sheet Ilusle, a little soiled, ad cenis Per
Sabbath School, and other ttoois, publish;
ediby Horace-Waters. •
Sabbath School tell., No. 1.
Sabbath School'Bell, N 0.2.
Ohotal Hub, •
)?apex foyers, $3 per 40z.; timid; $3,60;
Oroth, Embossed Gilt, $4,20..
BELLS, Nos, 1 and in One roluine,
per dosed. Cloth EMbessed Gilt, $l,O
DAY aGBOOL BELL, tor Public ganiciis and
Seminaries, Piper Covers, $3,60 per dtizen,
Btiani Covers $4,20 ;bail $4 , 82.
THE CHRISTIAN 111ELODIST
A new 'Revival Hymn and Tune Bobk. Price
s,y pir doz. Hoard, $3,50. "
Manufabfotk Virarerooms, 481 Broad
way, New York. r , • - -
A SOAP Question Settled I Inquire at
' t -
Pas littas, Pe., Jply 28, 1865.
Dein: Slnflleiseounee - ttre name of
ILIfORTON, late Capt. Qo. 6; 149t1iP.V.•
for SHERIFF, lsabjept to itte-deeision of the
Fall Coniention. - - , ,
-quaidtaxe‘ e-Sale of meal Estate .
NOTICE is hereby givenithatly virtue of
11Van — order or decree. br the Orphan's
Court. of Potter 'County,. Made 'on the 20th
Say of Sone, 1865 r the undersigned, as Special
Guardian of Mary . A. Jobbsiin Sarah John
, son, and William Henry 4ohnson, minors,
[owners of said lands, will ettpose for Sale at
FuLlie Trendue to the higheit bidder, at the
Court tottse in Coudersport, in -said County
of Pott r,
On t e l9 thday o feptember 1865 ,
at/ -o'clock P. M " the following described
Lands : Sit.nate to the', Towvship of Hebron,
Potter Co.,_Pa.. LOt N 04126 of the allot
melst Of lands of the Estate of Samitel M. Fox,
deceased, containing 135'7 sires more or leis.
Alio Lot No 134 of . Said allotment in the
samo.Township, containing 54 and 2-10ths
acres of'land more f or less. lAlso Lot No. 122
of said allotment in the same Township con
taining 125 and 8-10ths acres of.land more
or.less. Also all that part of Sub Lot No. 9
of original Lot No. 115 of said allotment in
the Township of Allegany, lying west of the
highway, containing 61 and I acres of land
more or lest,- Also Lot No. i.is of McVicar's
survey in the Tor. - nship of OsWayo, in said
County, made for N. H. ?W. S. Johnson,
co:gaining 80 and 24-100ths acres more or
less, now occupied by Mrs. Andrus.
Ang: 10,1805. - Special Guardian.
BY virtue of an order of thP Orphan's Court
for the County of Potter, the following
described real estate belonging to the estate
of AMBROSE COREY, late wf the township
of Ulysses, in said county deceased. will be
'sold to the highest and beSt, bidder at the
Court House inl the Boro' of Coudersport on
Monday, the 18th day of Stpt. next,
at 1 , o'clock P. M., all that certain messuage
situate in the Township of :Ulysses, County
of Potter and State of PennsYlvania,bounded
and described as follews, Th.: Beginning at
the south-east cornea of the 0. A. Lewis lot
in said Township, thence north percees so
a post, thence west 10 peOhes to a pos i t,
thence south 24 perches to a post" on south
line of said Lewis' line,thence east 10 perches
to a post the place of beginning, Cmita'ning
Ohe and brie Half Acres of land mere or less
and belag patt of a Lot of land No. 359 con,
Veyed by the Trustees of the estate of Wil
liam Bingham to 0. A. Lewis on the Bth day
of l'ebruaty, 1836.
Also ,another lot of land situate in the
Township, pountyLand State aforesaid, and
bounded and described as follows : Beginning
at a post the south-west corper of the above
described lot, thence in A northerly course
along the west line of above idescribed lot 70
perches to a post, thence In a westerly course
at rilpti angles with the dist course 4 perches
to a post, thence in a southerly course paral
tvith'the first: escribed course s 0 perthes
to a post, thence in an easterly course along
the Highway 4 perches to the 'place of be
ginning, Containing One }lowa an Acre oft
land,' and being the east half of a lot ofland
conveyed by H. H? Dent to A. Corey Feb.;
17 ) 185 T.
Also another lot of latol situate in the
Township, County and State aforesaid, and
bounded and clescribed as follaivs : Beginning I
at a post standing in the 'west Tine of lot No.
15 of the sub division of H. E. Dent's lands
in said Township, now in pOlsenion of An;
drew 9de, - 36 perches sonth of the south line
of lot No. i 3• conveyed hyWH Dent to Ma - -
hala Baker by deed bearing_ date April . 9,
1855, thence south passerches to a
corner, being also south-weSt corner of lot
No. 15 aforesaid, thence along the ne'rth
of'a lot in possession of -Abram Waggoner
west 77 and 2-loths perches to a 'corner,l
being nlso the sontheast leoindr of let No
166 contracted to be sold to .7.Nelson Crowell
by H. IL Dent, -thence north }° east 173
perches to ihe south line 'of lot Nv. 14-con
veyed by If. H. Dent to Mithala Baker by deed,
bearing date April 9,1855, thence along said
south line east i 8 'Perehu tilt the 'Place of
beginning, Containing Befenty-Nine , Acres,
With the usual allowance of six Per 'Cent. fcir
'roadS, Zkit, being hot N0.1 1. 1'6 'cif the sth-divia
lon of the said n , H. H. Den lands in the said
Toiinship 'of ITlYsseS.
Also, One other lot of land situate in the
ToWtistip,"''Coiroty and State; aforesaid,'
cribed as follows, viz: Bounded on the north
by lands owned by Burton Lewis,on the east
by lands' Wned or n Benjamin
Baker, on the south by lands in possession . of,
J. D. Leet, and on the rest by the highway!
leading frem LeWis'vitle to Biookland, Con - -
taining about - Eighteen Acres !of - load. be ttie
same more or Bess. I.
Dlyises,, Aug, 14 1865. I'
'd'' th - D 12 a*" . " .
virtue of a or er o e rp ans onrt
fcrr the county of 'fottrr,: the 'following
described real estate helonging td the 'estate
of WILLIAM FLING, bite 'of the to*nship
Dlyss'es,. in gad •ceniny deceaSed, will be sold
to the higbett and best bidder at the Cdart
House in the I3oror.gh 'of Gouderspoit on
Monday the 18th clay 'of. Sept. next,
at 1 o'clock All that tract of land be.
gitittin e 7 at the bath:W . est Vorhel. of lot Bur=
reYed to Augusta S. 'Whipple "in the centre of
thel.ligtmay,_ thence - South pit the line of
'said Ipt 72 rods, thence West 15 and 5-10ths
rods, ithence North 12 rods to the centre of
the Highway, thence East by the centre of
Highwly 15 aid s•llitlis - roh - SXo place of ,
ginning, being part of Lot coriVeyed by 11. H.
Dent to Dnick Whipple.by Doled bearine date
Dec. 19, 186, and containing Seven Acres.
ALSO—Another Lot baun•led at follows :
Beginning at the south-east corner or Lot No.
104 east part ebnveyed to Daidic Whipple,
.thence North' i 2 rdd; to Highway, theriawest
15 rods, thence South 12 rods, thence East
15 rods to the plaCe of beginning, Containing
Seven. Ahres - : ALSO--Anet4iLiSt botinded
es follows : being known as cost part of Lot
135 of the allotment of Bingham lands in
Ulysses tp, Potter co., Pa., containing 56 and
2-10ths acres, being the seraeljot which II.H:
Dent contracted to D.. WhipPle, dr.i oh 'the
Ist day of March I'B6o. ALSO—Another lot
being west part crf lot N 0.135 bf the Bingham
lands in Ulysses
.tp, aforesaid,tepritaining 50
acres and. being the Same lot which lI.H.Den
contracted to Win. Blakeslee on the Ist day
of 31arch.1860.. . '•
ELLEN FLING TRIPP, Administratrix.
bondersport, Actg. 8 1865. ) • -
Mai bie ItariL
rriplE sitbseriber. desires to hiforin tne citi
j. zees of Potter that he Can supply 'them
with ill-kiddl• of Maible tirorky as cheap and
as good as it can'-be had any Place in the
country. MONUMENTS and TOMB -STONES
of all kinds furnished on short notice.
Coudersport, Feb 13 '65
To 4c' Union ten of reef.
I haft' been for some there're'st etreoefaged
by citizens of the County; to be a esadidate
for Representatire; I antecname Myself a
candidate foi that ofice. beat of itatelia
dates for other offices, witboat oppositioa,
for the reason, that they bare been In the
Army for t.hn Union. I too have been in the
Union Armyl—served faithfully lathe ditched
and swamps of South Carolina Lentil batarta4
bly discharged by General Butusider,ll team
son of disability received in the service, and
in the Imo of duty. My son fought in the
same Regiment (45th P.PV.,) wait: he •wad
killed by Rebel_ bullets. atm 'apporesed
by gentlemen whowere never-in the BettiCE
--gentlemen, who if noininsWaill leech*
my cordial smrspart. Ifittiy,,otreOitinbta tnr
honorable record :while - 1n itrAir:4l64 - refer
him to . everiofficer and man helot:o4k*, OW
45th P. V. when I left it.' - •
If any other Soldier who has been
b 1 diacharged, • dealres the itotiiiiratioti
this office And inserts Iris name, I Will witila
draw this !laid and support him.
Pike M 118,1.707 25;1865. •
The following is s- description of llarreld,
and Kegs belonging to tbe Brewery of Joseph
Seliwartzenbhch, located at Germania, Potter
From ron to forty barrels marked *Mt
numbers 1 Ronuta letters, and partwitiimy
name bu ed in on the top; all ifoh'bound:,
All persons having any Banal - tn. loot
marked as above in their poSsession Will
please return! them or they will bo dealt ,Witlll
as directed in the late Act of Assembly: :
I JOS. BCHWARTZE.NBACIE '
Germania, Aug. 8, 1865. (4w) 7 _, ..:::,
• • - . •
- uuntP.na..-ts the Itoit Thabert Whit
V President 3tdge,! ! 'and the
Jones and ! G. Col Vin, ! Associate dudgeS,Of
the Courts oil Oyer , ik Terminer and Generel
Jail Delivery,: Quarter Sessions of the. Pence,
Orphans' CoUrs and:Court of Common Pleas
for the county of - ,Potter,:have issued :- theit
I prcept, bearing date the twenryi r setend -day
of June in the I year of our Lord ette!thent.!
I sand eight htadred ! and sixty-five, ezdto MIS
directed,.for holding a court ot Oyez Ak..Termi.
ber and General. Jail Delivery, Quarter ..Sese
sions of the Peace, Orphan's court, and ! court
of Common Pleas in the Borough! of COndeivy
pert, on MONDAY, the 18th" day of Septeinbet
next, and to continue one week ti---!;
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Con.
oners, Justices of-the - Peace nrni;CoAstablet
withal the cenoty, that they be tti6ii - nailient!
in their propo - persOns, at.l6 o'clock, A.M. of
said day, with their rolls, : records . i ntlatei
bons, examinations, and other rethembratices, -. .
to do t.hose things whichto.theif ntlicevap. ,
pertain to be done. And those who are boutnU •
by their I recogoisances to prose cute against
the priseners That are or shall be In thejaiiof
said county of ! Potter, are to be then and there" •
to prosePrite agamst, them as will be just.:.
Dated lat . Coudersport, Aug. 8, 1865; -
Abe 89th.year of. the:lndependence of the Unite:
States of !America,'
Trial List for sretub
tewislet e.lits Mclntyre &Mahon..
Shaffer vs Stay end Smiths ;
Dickson vs Jiltleb.
Dickson is Bialesair.
Wood 'vs t herald..
bolivell ;ft IA-kiiit
Ives vs Yiilleiter.
tielson vs Beitot et ai
COMitY ReSi et
vs, Fox &POI Vtartedibeei
crane vs Seelity I
Comfit ite vg tilaie2t
Hopkins cs Tillnkto
Busboy vs Potter td Forest Imp t'otufaint
Lee vs Keriven
Brown vi Lndingtoil•
Groan - vs Clark
Stevens is Nickels vs Blastula
Brill vs 1 avis Kilbottrie i
Sfimmit School District, vs Niter GRUA}
Roulette "" ."
Abbott IT 11 cs balith
tAxtro?i- riram 7:02.
lustramusr WATCH 'COIIIi'ANY:
It having ionic to oiii knowledge the lei=
itatiens of. ihe! American Watbhhaie eel '
put neon tile market i n great number, c a ca=
lated by their! t itter worthleasiittS re 'ajar&
the reputation , or our fieirti,i4 o.odbbtp• id
protect our own interests aad the pablic-gerit •
imposition, iiei agaiignblish idle tinyie erarkii- -
by which our; Watcnee iday inirariably VI
kdoisir. . _I, _ , _ . -
3N , e diantifaetnie rofii styles bt Wittaheir. -
The First bP. Wet iiirib'e -
IsAlltilidAr WATCH CO.. I . l*iiihain;
kEts - t. - / , 'ea - graved on .lie tcsitte plate. • ,
The, • Sce,ond li i a*.the name - , ; 1.
I'APPLETO 1 - TIIACY Si CO.';Widttrain,
31a.st. - , ".eu;is'i l ed on the inside plate. .
The Third has the name ~„-
"1?: S. t AirrUft Wairbili23, Mai.," en:
eared. on the ` l i . aside plate. ; -
1 An the above styles hare the wiiire Amer:.
loan Watch ed. pidtEd on the dial Mid aid
warranted In . every respect. ~ - i . -
The Poi:rib:4ag the name, •
, -virAt.. ELLEHY, llonibit, Mass.; eitgiarea
on the inside ptite, and is .ndt rtaddea bin tile ,
dial. • - . ' - 11 - , •
411 the above described laiches e rasa
ofvarioi* 6 and are so ld id gold ti silvel-* --- .
.• t , . _ - sit.
case's, e required. • • -
It is hardly possible Mr us, to ilecurifrei
describe'the numerous imitations to ivhicti
we have alluded. They arenenaliyineci lied
with naldei sol nearly riPpittibtillig our coin!
as to escape, tbh blikervthlin - of the unatrcuS%
tabled bnyer. !Soule are rerifesetited ab madig
by the "Union Watch Masa.
—no such company existing. 'Seine are
named the "Stildier's Water," to be /old Ai
our Ponith o .Ellery
known as the "Soldier's Wat Ch." 1 °tilers are
named the "I c ppleton Watch Cb , „i" °there
the P. S. Bartz. r," instead of our "p. S. saw._ 1
left;" ; besides many Varieties named to sukli
a itiannerAis tcli convey the idea that they air*
the veritabletiodhetiont of tile lAinericad -
Watch Company '
We also caution the publi6, and pat-Lien:
lady soldier's, Against - buying certain artfireit
CALLED watches. so freely advertisied irf
trated papers as "Artily Waldies,l'
Watches," "Magic Tithe Obseakiri," "Atrailk
Watches," &c,.ithe prices of whicb , ate Statrit
to be from seven to sixteen dollars. A givtiii
watch, in these times, cantibt be sleorditl lot=
any such money. •
A little attention hit the pait of UYeit Will
proteet them from gross iniposition. •
Agents for the American Watch to.,
!S Broadway; INew Teriti
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