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I PRICE CURRENT. I
Corrected every Wednesday by P. A.'STHB
IBMS & co., Retail Dealers in Grocerils
1 and PrOVI6OII9,
1 oppOsite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
' . Coudersport, Pa.
Apples, green, V bush., $t 50 2
is o ~75
do dried, 2OO
Beans, 300 350
Beeswax, V lb., 20 25
Beef' 41 8 9
Berries, dried, 93 quart 15 26
BuCkwheat, V bush., 1 00 1 25
Buckwheat Flour, 300 375
Butter,' 70 lb., . 25 28
Cheese, `'ls 20
'ClOverseed , 700 7 50
Corn, V bush., 100 150
Corn Meal, per cwt.,
Eggs, rt..l doz , is
Flow, extra V hbl., 9
a 50 900
do sup Superfine" •
Hams, V lb., 25
7 'OO aoo
Hay, V ton,
Hone 15 20
Lardy, per lb,
Mai& Sugar, per M., - r - 15 18
Oat!, 70 bush.,- . 5O 60
Onions, " ' 1 .100 11 25
Park, V bbl., . 25 00 30 00
do V lb., 1 . 18 20
do in whole hog, V 11).; 10 12
Potatoes, per bush., 37 50
Peaches, dried, 7,0 lb., • 20 25
Poultry, V lb., • 8 - ,10
Rye, per bush., 100 150
Salt, V bbl., 450 475
do .V sack, 15 20
Timothy Seed.. . 250 300
Trout, per i bbl., 1 800 900
Wheat, Tio bush., 1 75 200
White Fish, "''l A bbl. 800 900
Wer" EDITOR OF JOURi4AL.—DEAR Sift : With
your permission I wish to say to the readers
of your paper, that I will send, by return mail,
to all. who wish it, (free) a Recipe, with full
directions for . making and using a simple
Vegetable Balm ? that will effectually remove,
in ten .days,lPimples., Blotches, Tan, Freckles
and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the
same soft, clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also mail free to those having Bald
Heads ) or BarelFace . s. simple directions and
information that will enable them to start a
full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a
Moustache, in less than thirty days.
All applications answered by return mail
Without chargel• Ilespectf.illy yours.. •
.TIIOS F. CHAPMAN, C'ieraist,
831 Broadway; New York.
hii.MTO CONISUSIPTIVES.—The undersigned
:boea restored to health in a fc,w weeks
by a very simple remedy. after having suffered
several years, with a severe lung affection—
is anxious to Make known to his fellow-suf
ferers the means of cure.'
- To all who desire it, he will send a copy of
the prescriptio l l used, [free of charge], with
the directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a sure cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchetis, Coughs,
Colds, etc. The only object of the advertiser
in sending the Prescription is to henefit the
of and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes
every sufferer Will try his remedy, as it will
coat them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
'Parties wishing the prescription,will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. \V SON,
Willinnishurg, Kings County;liew York,
•,: BRANpRETH'S PILLS.
Whose timely use, sender Providence
• leas often, saVed life.
I,These -cele4ated Vegetable Pills are no
new, untried r medy; they have been used'
and tested in the United States for 'thirty
—years, and at relied upon by hundreds of
- thousands of i families as almost their sole
medicine when sick : !o care or expense is
spared in thci.. pre'paration, and it is Certainly
true when t e.,..scrt 'that. no li'mg can have a
' medicine saferior surer than Braudreth's Pills.
They produce a good etfect upon disease
almost immediately they are taken'. By some
wonderful poWer,'perhaps electric or nervous
:influence, the progress of diseased action is
arrested ; whe're i n.e.tcifulness and pain bare
been present. tllie system becortes'qnieter, and
the patient seen ontains refreshing sleep.
Tlre genuitt l e Brandreth Pill Sox has upon
it a United States Government Stamp with
B. BRANDRE'IIi in Whits. Letters in the same.
One Fla l g. One Detiii'v - .1
This is .the , Motto of our Government; and
GRANT and SIIEIitiIA IIT
are Writing it, in words of fire on the
It the meantime, throughout the wlnle land
CHRISTADDRO'S HAIR DYE
is winning itslsilent victories, changing re
bellious reds, grays and yellows into
rich blacks and browns, and con
- verting; in a moment unsight
liness into beauty.
ONE HAIR DYE
only will e7ehtually be recognized DI the
world of fashihn, viz : that manufactured by
J. CHRISTADOR.O, No. 6 Astor House, New
York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by all
VEN1T17.411 7 HORSE LINIMENT
1 . 1
Has given Universal satisfaction during the
fourteen years it his been introduced into
the United States. After being tried by
millions, it bris been proclaimed the pain de
stroyer nfithe' world. Pdin cannot be where
this linimpnt iS applied. If used as directed
it cannot and neVer has failed in a single
instance:l For c ughs, colds and influenza,
it can't b bedt. One 401 cent bottle will cure
all the ab i , o ve,l be ides' being useful in every
family for sudde accidents, such as burns,
cuts, ecaids, i l osefft stings, & - c. It is perfectly
innocent to t:xlee internally, and can be given
to the oldest
,iwtq l soa or the youngest child.
Price 40 and 80 cents a bottle. Offloe - 56
Cortlandt Street, New York. Sold by ad
Druggists. 1 '
DR. TALBOTT'S PILLS
.Composed of highly concentrated extracts
from roots and herbs of the highest medicinal
-value, infalllablb in the cure of all disease l !
of.the Liver or any derhngemeut of the Di,
i. They remove all impurities
of the Blood, an, are unequaled in the curie
of Diarrhm, Jaundice, Dyspepsia; Scrofula,
Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Fevers. Head
ache, Piles, !Merculial Diseases, Here4itary
Humors, Dose, for adults, one pill in the
morning, children half a pill: From Onelto
three pills villi Cure ordinary cases, and from
one to three bodes will cure any curab e case
of no matter r hoiv long standing. Price-S1 06
V. MOTT - TALBOTT, M.. a & CO.; j
• 162 Fulton Street, New.Yor , .
UDNT'S BLOOM OF ROSES,—for thepla
1.1. dies,—at - •ST EBBINS'
- ttlt 676
- RE—constantly rctei .ng
ente of GOODS.
THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Coniiensport, Tuesday Evening, Sept. 26, 1865.
AO - Potatoei are selling 'for 40 cents a
bash 1 in the northern part of Pennsylvania.
Wm. C.3leynolds is appointed Post
:r in Hebron' in place of C. P. Reynolds,
ned. ! ,
StV•Tbe Pennsylvania State Agricultural
Society holds itslalual Exhibition at William
port, this week.; •
The pophlation of Pit Bole is said to
'lOO and of this number not fifty are
es! What a happy place it must bel
may it continue I
George ilowley, who resides on the
Elevau Mile, was thrown from his wagon last
weekl and had his, shoulder injured verybadly.
So sal s the Wellsville Press.
11g)...1n his Lancaster speech Gen. Sher
man liaid that "a man who tild not support
the war was no Man." The,llemocratic pa
pers ain't gnoting this much. It'S personal.
ger The', re7construction convention of
Alabama decided by a vote of 58 to 34 not to
repudiate the rebel State debt. We 'would
be glltd to see so strong a vote in the same
body in favor of paying our National debt.
gar "The negro will starve," cries a Dem
ocratic journal. Bow many HAVE starved?
And how many white folks in the South too
lazy to work would have starved if they had
not been fed with Government rations?
Sir v. 11- Simmons hs.ts' flow three sepa
rate establidhments in Wellsville'. in the
first he wholesales Flour and Feed, 'in the
seeond retails Groceries and Provisions, and
In the third supplies the,public with all sorts
cf Drf Goods and Clothing.
Wir•A copperhead paper suggests that the
Freedmen's Bureau "is a National Boarding
School for niggers 1" Considering the amount
of re. lens distributed to "refugees," we should
rather think it 1 - as•• an almshouse for the
whit • s..
iterlfr.John Olann will please accept our
thanks for some very fine Grapes, which he
raised in his iarclen.! They are of the Clinton
variety, and very pleaiant toithe taste,aud are
best irited to this climate. ,Dont believe the
ucro kers" when they say "Grapes can't be
raised in Potter.%
~ _ , 1 ,
0..?,7. Y. Simmons has opeiied a new
at Oswayo in one of the rooms formerly
ocepuled by C. H. Simmons. He has a hard
task before him if he undertakes to follow in
the footsteps of his "illustrious piedeeessor."
Give him a call 'and see for yourselves—he
lias r good reCommendations as a business
ma t ;, ' d
as. 1 ,
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116_ The Democracy iii the Elk add Clear
field Assembly ;District have followed the
example of the Charleston Convention. , T.T.
Boyler, who obtained such an unenviable no
toriety in the hist Stale Senatorial canvass
being in the field from Clearfield ; and Dr.
Early, the true Cop., maintaining the contest
for lElk, ThiS isa_kilkenny cat-fight and we
vvish the combatants a like result. ,
• -----± • -at ,
I go We heard it whispered on tb'e 1
the other night that the "Knights" bad put
in the field; al County Ticket, but have not
i yet discovered that there was "anythiog in
it." Our earnest wish and hope is that they
may be so thciuOtful of the interests of our
party and go to Work. It would surely add
to the Union vote and .majority on the State
Ticet. i 1 1 , •
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nIS. On I Sunday, 13th inst.,Hannah E.
Lewis, twolmiled east of Candor, Tioga Co.,
N. 11., shotlherself through the heart with a
shot-gun... Clause, disappointment in love.—
Exi•hange. 1 , i
Candor compels us to say that's reversing
the rule established et Washington. Miss
Lewis should have shot the "other feller."
Shouldn't she, Cobb: Then a disappoint
meht wouldn't Sri Agitator !—Warren Hail.
•qe,..A! day, or two ago, a soldier, who had
seeped in twenty one engagements, informed
us that a CurviThead in town asked him if he
was certain of having ever shot a rebel ? The
soldier coulitneti tell, but, ; having fired near
30 rounds into solidlcorps of rebs., be thot'
it probable that 'some iof them took effect.—
The Cop told him that. if he had, he was a
delaberats. miarderer. iThis is the way the
COPPerheadsistill talk; and it is also the way
they advot ated to "Put d-iwn the Rebellion."
It vas all right for the Rebels to shobt down
Unionists, lint miarder for the latter to defend
their deaniry, aIW thernselyes.
Hon. tt. G. White,, presiding, and Hons.
G G. Colvin! and C., S. Jone4Associates.
IFerdinane ! fitteits, a .iiat:fe of Prussia;
Hleinrich Angst, a native of Switzerland;
Michael McNulty, it native of Iteland ; and
Nelson Lartnri, a native of N'orway; were ad
mitted to cltike,iiship. . ,I
I'A. B. Howe Was appointed guardian of the
minor children! 'of Win. ,Nelson Howe, who
died July 5, 1865, while in the service of the
United States; I , , •
1 Mary Haskins; Was appointed' gilardiaii of
the minor children of Chilstophei Cerwine.
I.;Report of thO AuditorS in the Estate of Eli
'Rees, dec'd, confirmed nisi.
Estate of Wra. Fling, dec'd, report of dale
Estate of! Geo. Ingrahani, report of sale
confirmed nifii.l .
I 1 Col wdll & kyrnan Vs. Chandler. Jury failed
to agree. 1
I Com'th !is, dims. Leach, assault and bat
tery. Plead guilty. Fined $1 and costs..
I Com'th vs Asahel Tillotson,tarcany. Plead
ghilty. Sentence postponed:
Com'th vi,.- Martin Van Lieu, assault arid
battery: Plead guilty. Sentence postponedj.
I Jasper M. Spafford, A. Rounsville and AT.
meron NelsOnj appointed Commissioners to
ascertain the i north boundary Of Sylvania
township. i ,ill .
John W. Wtitili vs. Wm. Radde. Plff takes
non-suit.l Judgement therefore against
1 4 dff fOr 'costs. i I
Chas! BuShot vs. Wm. Radde. Affidavit
fired and on motion of S. F. Wilson, Esq.,
rile to elm* C*3o why Plff about& not give 1
bail for costs, !being a resident of the State
of New:Yorh. !I 1 1
, t Chas'. BUshor vs. Wm. Radde. • fn EqffitYi
No. 10,1 Dec!. term, 1863, Sept. 22, 1865. On
inotioniof toW.tel k Wilson . , Att'ys for Re
spondent, ruleOn Plaintiff to show cause why
the decree in this case shall not be discharged
and all the subsequent proceedings in this
case se'f aside! , I Same Iday, on henphig, rule
Estate of ISrinittel C
Auditors cenfiimed nii,
Edge: Hill, as. R. F
bonne. Jtry , ffr4,- for
ce3ts,. I I
In Coudersport,Pa.,Sept.lB. 1865,ARTHUR
ADE4BERT son of Calvin L. aad Lodema
Palmer, aged 7 years, 9 months, and 2 days.
At his teadence in Keating township, on
Saturday; Aug. 12, JOSLIPH A. DINGEE, late
of CoJC, 97th Regt., Pa., Vols., aged 39 years,
9 mcnittbs ; and 8 dais. '
illr:Dingee endured a long and paicful
ness lin Camp and Hospital, reviving just
enough to be brought home, where he lingered
a few' weeks, and Was called to eternal rest.
Him shall no earthly sorrow wound,
Life's pain and discord vex no more;
Whom God cur Lord bath crowned with peace
AfVr the fight was o'er.
Alro, Aug. 15th, of Diptheria, NELSON P.
eon of Joseph A. and Martha J. Dingee, aged
5 years, 8 thBOths and 26 days.
4lsp, Sept. 2d, EARNEST J. WESLEY,
second son of Joseph A. and Martha J.
Dingee, Aged 4 years,.6 months and 25 days.
Little brothers, side by side
Folded to the kind Earth's breast,.
All. the golden Summer hours,-
Calm and peacefully they rest.
Birds of morning sing to them,
Winds of morning call them low,
And the wild flowers smile around,
Aut they do net wake nor know.
Nay I their little hands are filled
With immortal blossoms sweet,
And along that Holy Hill
Tread thuir little wandering feet!
Now, before the Throne, they stand
Singing hymns of, ladness o'er,— -
Those who loved them mourn and weep,
But they sorrow nevermore! Eve.
ITCH I ITCH 1 ITCH !
Will Cure the Itch in 48 Hours.
Also cured Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilblains,
and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price' 50 cts.
For sale by all Druggists.
By sending 60 cents to WEEKS & POTTER,
Sole Agents, 170 Washington street, Boston,
Masi., it will be forwarded by mail, free of
postage, to tiny part of the UClited States.
Sept. 10.—Sp. Notice, 6 mos.
114 MASON si HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS
Forty different styles, adapted to sacred and
secular music, for $BO to $6OO each: Thirty-
Five Gold of Silver Medals, or other first
premiums awarded them. Illustfated Cata
logues free. Address, MASON & HAILM,
or MASON & BROTHERS, New York.
Ilastetter's Celebrated Stomittcb
. _ Bitters.
READ REV. W. B. LEE'S LETTER.
Brooklyn, P. Y., ,ittay 28th, 1863.,
MOSSTSc HOSTETTER &'
qentle)nen—.l have used your Bitters during
the last six weeks, and feel it due to you and
to the public to express Ity hearty -approval
of their effect upon me. I never wrdte a "puff"
for any one, and I abhor every thing that
savors of quttckery. But your Bitters are
entirely removed from the level of th 6 mere
nosiptms of thh day, being patent alike to all
anol exactly what they `profess to be, They
are not advertised to cure evetythlng, but
they are recomended to assist nature in the
alleviation arid ultimate healing of many of
the most'common infirmities of the body,and
this they will accomplish. I had been unwell
for, two months, as is usual with me during
the Spring. I was billions ' and suffered front
indigestion, and a general disease of the mi
ens membrane,and though compelled to keep
at work in the discharge of my professional
duties, Was very weak, of a yellow, complec
tion,no appetite,and much of the time confin
ed to my ibed. When I had been taking your
Bitters a week my vigor returned • the sallow
Complection was all gone, I relished my food,
and now I enjoy the duties of the mental'ap
plicatiott *hich so:recently were so very irk
eome anc burdensome to me. When I used
roar Bitters, t felt a change every day,l These
;tie!facts.l All inference tlitist be made by each
individn 1 for himself.
Whiskers Whiskers I
Do you Want Whiskers or Motistaches ? Odr
Grecian compound will force them to grow on
the smoothest face er, chin, or IThir On bald
heads, in Six Weeks. Price, $l.OO. Sent by
mOl any Where, closely sealed., on fdc'eipt Of
price. Address, WARNER & CO.,
lysn 13ox 138, 'Brooklyn, N. Y
TEACHER 'WANTED I
ILIOR thd school ttt flew Bergen, Abbott
r township, Potter tbunty; to open about
the Ist of October, er as soon thereafter as
convenient. Applicants Mast state the
amount for which they Will teach. Schobl
to continue sever mo'nths': • Apply to
JACOB F. KULL:
Germania, Pa., Sept: 18, 1865.
I take this method to inform yin that t am
now located at °sway°, better known ai
Briadleville, with a taigeilsottnient of
Block where Ur. YALE and myself will ever
try to give you God Batistes, kid hope by
so doing to merit a abate of your patronage.
lin, d i ec'd. Repoli of
Davis and D•vi.d Eil-
Plainti.ff $10.60 and
W. B. LMI,
dreen venue Prd.§l*•tertan Church
BEADY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, &C.;
WHICH MUST BE SOLD
itegardleeri of COST.
ify StOie you will find in the 01d8irnnione,
An early call is solicited
3, P. SU:MC/Ng.
Opirelze o lept. 18, 1885..
TED STATES MAIL,
POST OSIPICF DSPAItTIiEiT,
• Washington August 31, 1866.
'PHOPOSILS will be received at the Contract
Office o fthis Department nntil 3 g, in. of
Monday" October 16, 1865, (to be decided
•on the following day.) for conveying the
mails o€ the United States from November
1, 1865,1t0 June 30, 1868; on the following
routes is the State of Pennsylvania, by the
Hi scheduis of departures and arrivals herein
spec:e i via:
2472 Frdai Cowdersport, by eolesturg,Eilis
burg, dentsee Forks and Shongo, N. Y., to
Wellsville, 30 miles and back, three times
Leave Cowdersport Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday at 8 - a. in.; arrive at Wellsville by;
Wfllsville Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturdly on arrival of New York etpress
mail—say at 10 a. m. ; arrive at Coltders
pore by 8 p. m.
2472 a Fr om Cowdersport, by East Hebron,
Oswayol,and Eleven Mile,to Wellsville, N.Y:; .
28 miles and back, three times a week:
Leave Coivdersport Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday at 8 a. In.; arrive at Wellsvilie
by 6 p.
Leave Wellsville 'Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday lon arrival of New York express
mail—say at 10 a. in. ; arrive at Cowders
port by 18 p. in.
Proposals must be endorsed "Mail Propos
als, State of Pennsylvania," and addressed to
the Second Assistant Postmaster General,
Washingthn, D. C.
For fors of proposal, guaranty, and cer
tificate, and conditions to be incorporated in
the contr l ftcts, see pamphlet advertisements l
for conveying the mails in Pennsylvania, &c..
dated November 10, 1863,'and December 15,
1864, to lie found in the principal post offices-
W.l DENNISON, Postmaster General.
Firie Dairy Farm
The u 4
derstgued offers his Large Farm
situated 1p Allegany. township, Potter County,
Penn'a., 4n the road running from Couders
port to W i tllSvilio,.and only seven miles from
CREDIT OF County
YEA4S. , Pyiiaie Stilg, ON A
said Farm contains Fpiir HUndred 'Acres
Of the best farming land,. with r good.fences,
and has greeted on it. ONE TAVERN STAIIII,
ONE STOAE ROOM, TWO TENANTHOUSES,
THREE DARNS, and othei fine outbuildings.
The undersigned will be on the premises
DURISG` THE FIRST PART OF Court
If not old it . .
1 ILL RE LEASED
lot three or five lears, for a Cash rent.
I S. M. MILLS.
Titusvi)le, Pa., Aug. 20, 1965.
Administrator's Notice. .
WHEREAS, Letters of Administration
hare been granted to the undersigned,
on the estate of WILLIAM NELSON, HOWE,
late of Biigham ToWnship, dec'd, all persons
indebted [to the said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those hnviug
claims against the said estate will present
them, duly atthenticated, for settlement to
M.D. BRIGGS, AdaiSt.
SpringrMills, N. Y., Sept, 20, '65.
FINE FARR( FOR SALE,
T HE subscribers offer fol•sale their Fannin
-Claris township. 'lt contains 112 ALCi•eil,
is pleasantly situated at the forks of the
road bet Ween Coudersport and Ceres : one road
leading to Wellsville through CisWayii ; and a
new maq route is established connecting the
Wellsvillb route at this place. It would be
a desiratile location •for a Tavern.. There is
a good CiIICHARDIand VALUABLE BUILD
INGS onj the place, with water 'convenient.
Time wil be given if desired,
Persons desirous of purchasing can apply
by letterito Clara, Potter Co., Pa., or on the
premises! to J. L. ALLEN,
A. J. ALLEN,
A. M. ALLEN.
'Ns' R NCE COMPAISY
Older Itisuranbi)Comp3nq in Ain xica:
Cash Capital). and Surplus river
SEVENTY-ONE Yearsl l. eceSsful Business
Experience, With a reputation for ihtegrity
and honOrable dealing uniurpassed by any
siniDar institutiotd .
LOSSES PAIDI sines organisation, $17,-
500,000.p0; without the deduction of a cent,
or a.dayts delay 1 I
LIBERAL RATES for all the safer classes
of pro+ty. Insurance of Dwellings. and
Contents, a specialty:
BRICI%. or STONE Diti , ellings insured pil•-
petuallydif desired, on terms of the griatest
economy and safety to the insisted;
. • •
It is ,W isdom and Economy td insure in the
best Oodapanies, and there is none better than
the old). Nnsukance Co. Of ilatth
,bf. V. 3icALAII:I , TET
Agent for Potter comity
Apply i to
W FLORAL SKIRT.
r. S. OTIS 4 S
. 1 Nexv, Novel,. Mint Serviceable
LAMES' HOOP. SKIRT;
NOW II THE MARKET
This 'Skirt cornbifies three• of the greatest
inventiOneknown in the Manufacture of Hoop
Skirts, rot which letters patent of the United
States lave been granted...,
Ist. llt bas a beautiful Patent Pad, which
doublyiprotetts the ends of the bustlasprings,
Consisting of heavy Satin Jeans; neatly bound
2nd. A superior patent clasp, used in
joining the springs together.
IP 3rd. The springs are fastened together by
means this. PATENT CLA.SP, which possesses'
Superior Strength and Finish over all other
fastenings heretofore known . or used.
The 'combination of inventions as applied;
o thid,lttin Floral Skirt, gives it titer advanH
tage Osier all others', in Durability and Style,!
Out-wenring any two common skirts.
Orders solicited. Skirts will be delivered!
ab'oard! of any freight in N. Y. city free of
charge] oh receipt of the money. •
Iftennfacturect exclusively by the
, I 106 ORANGE STREET,
- Brooklyn, Y.:
rm. sea by I. MILLER Z CO., 340 Sros,tivrely,
Y. zed 1;7 tit Tubs gasertakf.
, et •
THE LEWISVILLE -ACADEMY
Will open on Monday October 2d, under the
charge of Rev, 4. C. Stevens, (late of Lima).
Tuition in com Mon English $3, in Academic
studies $4. Rooms can be rented and board
ing obtained with good families in the vil
lage, at reasonable rates.
_ By order of the Trustees.
CORNER 41 di WILLIAM STS
L. tz 0. MARTIN, Preprietais,
This Hotel has been. mdch enlarged, refitted,
and otherwise irdproved, with °excellent sta
bling, making it interior to none in William
sport—Aug 19, 'GS
THE MLEASON & EIATILLIDt
CAblnet Organs and Chleker
ing's Celebrated Pianos for
sale by John B. Shakspear, of Wellsboro,
I'ioga county, Pa. Person's 'desiring to pur
chase can do so by applying to A. L. ENS
WOBTIL Bsq.i at the .. Bingham Office,
PURSUANT to an Act of the General As
sembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, entitled "An Act relating to the Elec-.
tions of this Conifilonirealth, i '' appfolied the
second dap of July, A.D. °lie ttiousa:hd eight
hundred and thirty-nine, I, D. C, LARRA
HEE, Sheriff' of the county of Potter,Pennsyl
vania, do hereby make known and give no
tice to the electors of the cotinty aforesaid,
that a General Election will be held in the
said county of Potter on the Second. Tuesday
(Tenth) of October, 1865, at which time
District and County Officers, as follows,are to
be elected, to wit :
One person fin Auditor, General of the
ComMonwealth .of Pennsylvania.
One person fdr Surveyor Genere3 of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
One person for Additional Law Judge for
the 4th Judicial District torhprising the abun
ties of Tioga, Potter, McKean, Elk,and Cam
eron,in adcordanc with the Act of Assembly,
Approved the 27th day of IffeAh, 1865.
- One pertion for. State Senator to. repre:leMt.
the 13th Senatorial district, composed of the
counties of iloga,.PottEr,licKerin and Clinton.
Two Jerson tot Members of thi: Ronde; of
IRepresentative - s of the General A.stettibly of
Pennsylvania, in conjunction with the county
of Tioga to represent thi counties of Tio'ga
and pottet; . .
One person! for Sherrill of the county of
One person, for Distritt Attorney for the
County of PottPr. .
One person for Commissioner of the county
of Potter. •
One per.sori for Auditor of the county of
One persan for Coroner of the county of
I also make known and give notice, as in
and by the 13th section bf the aforesaid b.ct I
am directed, that every person excepting Jus
tices of tho Peace, who hold any, office or
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appointment Or prat or trust under the Gov
erumdnt of We United States, or .this State,
or Of any city Or incorporated dist&it,whetber
it conimizsionecl,ofticer or othetwise, a gut;or
dinati °ewer of 'agent, Who la - or shall be em
ployed under the legislative, judiciary; or ex
ecutive depattinbitta oithis Sate or the United
States, Or of any city or incorporated district
dud also that every member of Congreia and
of the State Legislature, rind`of the seleCt Mad
common council of any,city, or Commissioner
of any hicorporatedlistricd,is by law incapa
ble of holding or exercising at the same time
the ofdce or appointment of Tiidgei Inspector
Or clerk of any election in this commonwealth.
Also, that in the fourth section of the Act
of Assembly, entitled "An Act relating to
elections and for .other purposes," approved
April 16th, 1860, it is enacted that the afore-
Said 13t1 section OM" not be, so Construed
as to prevent any Mifltitry Officer or Born agh
Officer from serving as Judge, Inspector, or
ClerE:cif anY general or special electitin in
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It is further directed that the meeting of the
return Judges at the Court House in Couders
port to make out the general returns, shall be
the first Friday sudeeediag. the general elec
tion, which will be the 13th day of October.
I also here Make krio*ri and give notice
that the Place Of bolding the aforesaid Gen
eral election in the several townships and
horoughs within ttie county ci Potter, are as
follows, to wit :
For the township of of Abbot,at the Germs,-
nia Hotel in said township.
For the townshis of Allegany, at the school
liduse near the Mace formeily owned by Ches
ter AridrewS, in said township.
1 For the township of Bingham. at the Bing
ham Centre school house near A.R.Lesvib, in
said township. .
For the tcistrishiti of Clara; at the school
house near Sala Stevens', in said township,
Ner the township of Eulalia, at the New
Cart House in the borough of Coudersport.
For the township of genneese, at the house
formerly occupied Ellisburg.
Fin. the township of Harrison, at the house
reeently, occupied by Ira Bartholomevr i in said
towhship. - I •
For the township of Hebron, at the school
house No. 5, nest. Henry-Ingrahm's, in said
For the tcwirthp of Hector; atthe Stln er-
I lin school house, in Said township.
. For the township of Hot:der, at the school
house near . Jacob Peet's, in said township.
For the township of Inckson, at the house
foraierly occupied Et. Bars; traw lif.Chap
pel in said township:
For the toWtiship of Heating at the houise
of Pliny Hotels, in said township.
For the township bf Oswayo, at the Centre
school hOune in said township: .
For the township of Pleasant Valley, at the
school hOute No. 2,itx Said toWriship.
For the township of Pike, at the honSe of
,Elijah Johnson in said township.
For the township of Roulet, at the school
house near George Weimer's in said township.
For the township of ShaTorf,at the Sharon
Centre soboo!house, near John Voorhee's, in
For the township of Sweedeu, at the house
late of Asenoth Taggart,' is said township:
For the township of Stewartson,at the New
Norway school house, in said township.
For the totehip of Summit, at the house
,occbied by Jonathan Redson now
11. V. Larrabee, in said township..
For the township of Sylvania,at the school
horse near J.M. Rees' in said township.
For the.township of Ulysses, at the house
of Atlas Bennett,' in. said toWnship:
For the township of West Branch. at the -I
hobse of &X Conable, in said township
For the township of Wharton at the hbuse '
of Stephen Ifoitotr,-in said township.
For the borongh of Coudersport, at the
Contg House in said borough'. .
Given under* hank this 11th day of
September, A. D., 1864.
D. C. LARRABEE, Sheriff.
A s p SOAP . e'neStiO i n Eettied)
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It having come to our knowledge that kis
Rations of ihe American Watch hate been
put uponr the market in great number; calcuz
lated by' their uttet worthlessness to
the reputation of our genuine lirodticrs, td
protect our own interests and the public front
imposition, we again publish the ttade multi
by which our Watches may it tariably
known. I '
e manufacture form styles of watches:
The Pint has the name
"AMERICAN WATCH CO. Waiihatdi
Masa," engrated on the inside plate.
The Second has the name
TRACY ft CO.; Walthanit
Mass.," engraved on the inside plate.
The has the dame
S. BARTLETTLWaltliartti Mass:i i t ert
Paved on the inside plate: •
All the above styles have the:tattle Attu ft
lean Watch Co: painted on the did; and.,itet
warranted itt eters , respect: , ---
The /feart4 has the name
i•WAI.ILLERt, Boston, Mads.,ii'engfiiiigdz:'k
on the inside plate, and is not named on thil "< l .t
All the Eller:6 described Watches ate adult
ofvarious sizes and are sold in gold of stlvar •
eases, ea may be required s' •. •
It is hardlY possible - for es to aecturattlf -
deScribe the titemerond. iMitatiotts to-which -1
we have alluded. They are usually insaribiel
with Mitres so nearly approaching out owS
as to escape the' observation of the punctual t
toned Vuyer. Some ate represented nit madli
•y the "UrtiOn Watch Co!, of Bostort, Magi.°
—no such company eiistinz. Some Art/
named the "Soldier's Wtiteh,"_to be sold ai
our Fonrth or Wm; Elfery— style, usually
known as - the "Soldier'S Watch." Others are
Earned the "Appleton Watch f ' btliertf
the P. S. BaitLßY," instead of oil:. "P. S. Bart: '
lett ;" besides Many varieties earned in sncl
a Manner as . 65 convey the idea that they, aft)
the veritable ptudnetions of the Antetlettff
We also cantiori tuts public, add fieftfaz
larlysolcliefs,. against brtying Certain eirtielett •
cet,t,zti watches. sb freely advertised in Muds
trted f4eis `'Army, Watches," "Offitef'd
Watches,!. "Magie TiinetTbsefvels," "Attie '
Watches t " Ste, the Viiees Of which are State
to be fromseien sizteeit dolls:fa. A goo • -
watch, in these times, cannot be affordedfir
any such mene.Y:.
A little attention oil the part of buyers
protect them froth -gross-imposition:
t ROBBINS & APPLBTON
Agents for the Atherican Watch Co., '
182 Broadway, New York:
17tI, 172, 174 & 16 Gariciidu
oitz SQUARE 'EST OF imoatrw.cr.) -
Between Courtlantlt and Dry Streets,New Yorks
;TORN PATTEN. Jr., Proprietor;
I'" 'Pacific Hotel is well and widely
known to the traveling public. :The to=
cation is especially. suitable to merchantt
and business men ; it is in close proximity td ,
the business part of the City—is on the higlt.F
way of Sonthern and Western traiel—and-
adjacelt to all the principal Li:Areal:l d:
Steamboat depots.. - • . _.•
The pacific, has liberal accommodation fat
over 300' guests ; it is well furnished, and p 0
sesses every modern ItnprOvementl fof thd
comfort and entertainment of its 'inmates?
The rnbtria are spations and well ventilated f'
provided with gni arid water; the ettefidancd
is proMpt arid respectful; and theltable
genercitisly Provided With every delicitEY of
The shbsoriber, With, for theilii.o fete yeaiir
has been the lessee, Is no* able. Propriatoti-.
and intends Co identify himself thiiroughly
with the interests of his houSe: With loh , g
experience as a ficitel-keeper; he trusts,
medeiste chniges and a liberal f)OliCy,
maintain the favorable refiritaticin 'Of the Pa=
cific Hate!. _ ;ON PATTEI7,-Ja,
_ . Mar de 'Val ., :
THE suhseriber desires to inform the
zees of Potter that he c,aii.eupitly thank ..
with all . kiiidi•of-Mathle -Work, as cheat, alid- 1
as good as it cail be had any illace in Ore
eolintry.: MONUMENTS ajid TOMB IPTUITESI
of all kinds furnished on short ritiCe.
Coutlersliort,,Reb 13 ..'65
VHEREAS Letters of Adreiiiisfratibn bit
:the estate of LIAVIO CROWELL, late
of Jed:soli ToviisliiP, Potter eatintyi deed
have been •gianted td the itndeisigned,
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to Make iinmediate. Payment, and those havz
ing claims against the sante will present theta x
duly aUthenticated, to the snbseriber tor
payment. CHARLES H ARMSTROG,
Condeisport, _Aug: 19, 1856. Adrns'r.
. , ,AdailnistratriV.No Ice.
Ir HEREAS Letters of Administration our
the.estritkof SAMUEL ROCKERS, late
of Hector Tovinship; Potter tOdnty, deceased,
hate been .granted to the undersigned, all
personsi indebt6d tar:aid estate are requested.
to Make immediate,pa,liment, and those hay
lag claims against the same will, preient'
them, duljn , authenticated _to the gubseriber.
, $lj,SA$ ROGERS, Adirtiaistratrix.
August 15, 1865. - ,
VALUAIiLp MEDICIN - filch have per . ...
formed such wonderful, cures and given gen- ,
era) satisfaction to all those who have made
use of, there, can be obtained of DR. A.^
FRENCII, COUDERSPORT, Potter Cu.,
Pa., who will examine patients, astertain tho'
nature of their, disease, and give all .
ary directions and advice to those Who make
usg of the Medicines. Orders frOrri ebread
will receive prompt attent]ion.
July . 19, 1865.
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A..." . stxator's. Notice:
WHEREAS Letters of Administrat i iii4
VY. 13onis lilt to the estate of THEOV/1:'
SKIS' CARPENTER, late of Bingladit:iit:,
deed; have been granted. to. the
all perSopi indebted td eiti . tti are re-' .
quested to Make immediateO went; and
those havind against the - Same
present them, duly, aiithegtieiited, for settle:'
meat to ALVA CARPENTER, Adms'r.
ITlysies, Pa., Aug. 25, 1865. • -
Art Vitra* 13orse.
Caine pa the enclosure Of the undersigned
on the 13th ziy of Aughst, 1865, a r.Arrz
BA' HORSE, short mane long ta;l, of 4
about three years old. The oirner will pleams
come forward, prove Property, pay ehargts,
and take him away or he will he- diapoaad - of
according to _laws . •
Harrison Valley, Potter Co., Pa.
Sept. I, 1865. livPd
117013. eari't believe what fine 13.tpGAINe
aie to tro it at OLASTEI:Pg.
Sosth TA ii•oso ?Zont Caroliza. fcd