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Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB
BINS & C ~"Retail Dealers in Groceries'
opposi eD. F. Glassmire's Hotel !
Apples, gree , V bush., $ 50 to 1 15
do dried, " 1 2002 50
Beans, ft 300 350
Beeswax, "q? lb., , 20 25
Beef, I ' l • 8 8
Berries, dried, V quart 13 20
Buckwheat, ' bush.,
Buckwheat Flour, 300 375
Bulter, V lb.
Cheese, ',15 20
ClOverseed 700 750
Corn, %a bush., , 1 00 150
Corn Meal, p i tr oil., 300 325
Eggs, V doz IF.
Hams, V Ib4
Hay, V ton,
Honey, per lb
Oats, V busli
Onions, , "
Pork, - t p bb1.,.,
do V lb., ' I
do in whole hog, V Ibt,
Potatoes, per bush.,
Peaches, dried, 1 4 lb.,
Poultry, V lb.;
Rye, per built.,
Salt, V bb1.,1
do V sack,
Trout, per i bbl., •
Wheat, %h bush.,
White Fish, ril it bbl.,
• Ancorles Porous Plasters.
Druggist !said the other day, you hay , no needs o
Stdrertise yoni. Porous Plasters, for erery ono Bold
certainly carless a dozen to be sold, and a dozen Bells a
'gross, and eo on. You will not be able to supply the
demand soonJ But we can supply a thousand yards
AFFECTION OF THE SPINE CURED-
- I 1 HARTFORD, CONN., NOV. 11, 1561.
Messrs. Taos. Av i v.cocic & oo.—Please send, with
•dlapatch, twelve dozen Allcock's Porous Plasters..
Par daily ez l perienre confirms their very superior
*eieellence. At this moment of writing, a man ap
piles for one, into, by entanglement In the shaft of
machinery, had both his legs broken, spine severely
'lnjured, andas for nearly a year entirely helpless .
'This man fond relief very soon by the application
of a plaster the spiv" He was soon enabled t~
work, and now, ho labors as well ne ever. $ e would„
cheerfully p4y $5 for a single Plaster if they couldl
not be bad MI a lower rate. lam surprised that ear- .
Aeons do not Inate use of these perforated plasters,
to the exclusion of all others, as their flexibility and
Adhesiveness l ore grcltly in advance of all other plas
ters with which I am acquainted; while the perfurn-
ona liceuliar to them render them greatly superior
to all others for ordinary surgical uses. Knowing time
plasters to b. so useful, I have no scruples that my
stentlments should be knoWn.
J. W. JOH:NEON, M. D
Principal Agency, .3randretb House, 'Cagy York.
Sold by al 'Dealers la Medicines.
The Soutlaern people have given up all expectatien
.of belng . recognized, and it LA equally difficult to
r whose heti& of gray, • yellow, white, brown, or
red hair, have
Surrendered their Colon
under) the wonder-working Influence et
•CRkSTADORO'S HAIR DIE,
- wtdeal plants permanently in their stead such L blacks
'and browns! as nature might mistake for her own.
71sunfacturd by J. CRISTADORO,INo 6 Astor
House, I , TeTi• York. Sold by Druggists.' Applied by
..DR: TOBIAS' VENTira?.l BORSE LINIMENT,
PINT BOTTLES AT ONE DOLLAR, FOR
the cure of lamenes.s, scratches, wind galls, sprains,
'bruises, splints, cuts, Colic, Slipping stifle, over heat.
dug, sore throat, nall.iu the foot, etc. It is warranted
eliesper and better than any other article ever offered
"to the public. Thqusands. of animals have been
•ourodof the colic and over-beating by this Liniment :
'and hundreds that wore crippled and lame bare been
restored toltheir former vigor. it is need by all the
first horsemen throughout the States. Orders are
constantly re."eived front the(tincing Stables of Eng
land for fresh supplies of thielnvaluable article. Over 1
2,500 testinionials bars been received. Remember,]
one dollsrr laid out , inime may save the in of your I
horde. Eoid by nil ruggists, (Mice '...,0 CorElandt i
Street, Ne Yprk. ' _
EDITOU. JiOCUNAL.-DEAII Slit : With
your perniission I wish to say to the readers
of your pd,per, thatl will send, by return mail,
to all who wish it, (frae) a Recipe, with full
direeti.on:d for making and using, a simple
Iregetablel Balm, that will effectually remove,
in ten darts, Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles
and all !impurities of the Skin ; leaving' the
same 'soft; cleat, smooth and beautiful.
I will also mail free to those lawring— l ßald
Beads, orl Bare Faces, simple directions and,
Information that will enable, them •to start a
full growt'li of Luxuriant, Hair, Whiskers, or a
Id oustach , in less than i thirty days.
All applications answered by return mail
'without charge. ReSpectfully yours.
EthS F. CFIAPSI.A.N, Cilemist
831 Broadway, New York
Tp Cotisr.mr•rivEs.—The undersigned
having boon restored to health in a few weeks
by a vetylsiinple remedy. after having suffered
several years, with a set-ere lung affection—
is, anxious to make known to his fellov-suf
terers the means of cure.
To all ho 'desire it, he will send a copy of
the prescription used, [free of charge], with
the diredtions for ureparing and using the
same, which they will find .a sure cure for
Coneuraptioe, Asthma, Bronchetis, Coughs,
Cold+, etc. The only object Of the advertiser
in seadidg the Prescription is to benefit the
afflictedd and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable, anti he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Partiei wishing the preseription,will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York,
Sept. 1, 1865. • (3mos.
BR. TALBOTT'S PILLS,'
Composed of highly concentrated extracts
from nets and herbs of the highest medicinal
value, ihialliable in the cure of all diseases
of the Liver or any derangement of the Di
gestive Organs. They remove all impurities
of the Blood, and are unequaled in the cure
of Diarthm, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Scrofula,,
Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Fevers. Head-1
ache, Piles, •Merculia.l Dise,ases, Hereditary
Humors; Dose, for adults, one pill in the
morning, children half a pill. From one to
three pills will cure ordinary cases, and from
onto three boxes will cure any curable case
of no matter how long standing. Price $l.OO
V, MOTT TALBOTT, 31. D. & CO.,
62 Fulton Street, New York.
HUNT'S BLOOM OF RUSES,—for the La
di s.—at STEBBINS'
' S ORE—constantly receiving'
itegottmnnts of GOOD:z",
THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Cond+port,-TnesAy Evening, Oct. 3, 105.
Local-. and General.,
bar The Troy papers report that the leat
tle disease . as appoared in that part of 'New
York. I • •
REMEMBER that Mrs.( Surratt &wad de
fenders only in ii2Cl rankA of the Democtatie
IM,, Who called soldiers "Cut throats
dogs ?" The copperheads who are seeking
votes from 'oldiers.
Ze' Adong the paroled Rebel prisoners
recently arrived at Cairo; 111., was a Miasou
run seren tad and a half feet in bight.
8 50 900
9 00 975
00 30 00
bO, 3 00
15' 2 00
00 , 9 00
QS > Gi a 'one.. day to your country. It
should be i:onsidered a great privilege to be
permitted to vote
• ,Ver• counies in the in
terior of 041ifornin hat - nelecteti Union mem
bers to the Legisinture. Two or three small
towns have gone Pentocratic.
ISBIIE;dTER that while the Democratic
Party pcetend to "support and approve the
Administration, they yet denounce every ef
fort to punish treason
Zir The appltstion f9r pardon of Robert
E. Lee, late Rebel enerals-in-Chlef, has been
laid befdre the Priesident, accompanied by a
friendly l and complimentary note from Gen.
VS: The complete returns from Cororado
Territory indicate! the adoption of the State
Constitution. The clause granting the privi
lege of sulfrageadl the negro WaS defeated.
REMEABER that the Democi'atie Party will
poll its heFiest vote for the purpose of affect-•
lug the l•econstruction of the Southern
States ! .
rEit• Jas. I .)r, or Soilth Carolina, form
erly Speaker of tile National House of Repre
sentatives, has been pardoned by the Presi
REMEMBER that Wm. IL. Yancey said on
his death-bed, that if the South FAILED : it
would be becaus4 the Democratic party did
not make gad th'pir promises.
lvD,,;. The amount of Frineh tobacco found
stored in Petersburg an Richmond at the
collapse of the ConfederaCy, is immense. it
is constantly 13eirig shipp d to France.
REMEMBER, friends, tliat , one vote more
in every townphip in the!, State would hate
carried the State; for us is 1862. Let none
fail to vote I I '
friar'llOgerA. jPrsor, known for his duel
ing propensities o.u.d for his treason, is in
Washington seeking a: pardon. •Be avows
himself in, favor of negro suffrage.
r-a,- The Alaliama State Convention has
by a./ar,ge vote &'epudiated the Rebel debt
and by ar almost equally large vote decided
to subcuit,the amendment to the Constitution
to a popule., vote.
)I".TheFrecia:s in the Indian Council say
that the narnes of their chiefs and those of
the tdiansl of the Plains were affixed to
treati s with thelßebels without their lutowl
Tita rateslof postage upon letters to Setd , es : '-
wig-Holsteiti and Lauenberg, by the Prussian
closed , maif t , will hereafter be thirty-one
cents per single rate if prebaid, and thirty
three cents er single rate if unpaid.
RE:SIEMBEIt when you collie to vote that
even S i jouthfrn papers,: deelare4 'the trial of
they; and :\Turdereirs of our be
loved President to be
.‘fust and Right, while
thectps found Cault not only with the man
nerdit the rev it aud'effeet of that trial!
ger. We invite attention to the advertise
ment of the Buckeye Straw-Cuiter in another
colurnn. These machines are cheap, durable,
easily worked and must become the favorite
of the-farther. Mr. (Goodsell is a good me
chanic, arid they will be made with care and
in a ivorkinAnlike manner.
RtME3II3ER Flthers and • Brotheins of
those 'whothos have fall non the be:We-field, that
had not have been for the fat-or and coon
t.ena!nee of BuchaoFtn and his party the re
bellion might have never taken from you
your loved onus I ! - ,
Ititp; Tit l e B:l4te Convention for the rer'-lto
tation of Mssissippi, has engrafted intd i the
revised ptate Constitution a section recogniz
ingl the abo:i';ion of slavery, and interdiCted
its revival hereafter within the limits of the
REMEMBER that the aged patriot !dee.
Lewis CasS, left the Cabinet in 186 and
sald'that it seemed to be the settled purpose
of the Deemeratie Party to destroy the Gov
en:intent and build on its ruins a Slave oli
garchy. . Will'yoti vote to give those leaders'
power again f-
1;65 .- "• Hon. Emerson Etheridge will he tried
by court-martial in Memphis in a few days.
He in charged with inciting the people to re
bellion,idefaming and holding up in infamy
Governor Browniow and President Johnson.
and desecrating the name and memory , of
the late.. President Lincoln.
REME3IBErf, that,l3uchanan said thd Con
stitution gave him "no•right to suppress the
up-rising of his Southern brethren" and that
had it lat beery for the close ( of his term oc
curring just ati that particular moment we
would now be adivided and dstroyed Union I
This you and I kudw to be trge . I
te r ,. We see the Harrisburg Daily Tele
graph puts down the Lewisburg Chronicle, (one
of the best edited' Republican papers in the
central part of the State during the war and
since) as among those who sympathised with
traitors and oppcsed giving the elective fran
chise to the soldier) That's a very lciad rec
ord for you; jack ! and we are SORRY for' you ?
REMEMBER that in 1863 prominent Dem
ociats id the State said that if they goi the
State Administration into their hithdo they
would not allow 'another soldier to gb from
Within its borders to fight their brothers in
the South. Are Such men worthy ofi being
trusted now? '
Tan soldier who is receiving. a Pepsion,
and votes the Dentocratic ticket, takes the
first step in the mbvernent for a repuiation
of the Naional dtbt, and thereby, of course,
the rejection of allclaims for pensions! Let
the wounded heroes and their friends rnmem
ber that the Detnocritcy are pledged tofrepu
Pow THE ZOLDIEJL3 OH MAINE VOTED..—The
voters of the Ist Maine Heavy Artillery, sta
tioned in the fortifiCatiotts around Washing
ton City, at the election in their camp for
.ofilcers, cast 900 votes out of 1,000 for
the Union State ticket. As the heroes of the
State of Itaine: voted, so trill the heroes of the
Keystone State vote on _the 2nd Tuesday of
THE Returned Soldiers should not and will
not forget' t at it is their peculiar duty to
watch and bject to the votes of all sneaks
who present themselves at the polls on the
10th of October.. A law of Congress disfran
chises every man who left his district to es
cape the draft. When such as these oiler, to
vote, object, as all such ballots are illegal. /
Se- The Union men of Pennsylvania la.e
nut forgotten how the Democracy talked/and
felt when,it was in doubt whether the/Gov
ernment had the strength to cope wit .armed
traitors, and the hypocritical profeSsions of
the present, cannot Wipe out the record of the
days when the fate of the country hung by a
thread, and the Dernocracy!were making vain
eTorts to sever that Thread.
REMEMBER that l•hile every Rebel claim
ed to be a Democrat, yet every Democrat was
not a Rebel, and tho Ugh there may be many
good men in the Vemocratic party Yet the
leaders are of the material as the reb
el; and in their legislation, their speeches
and their votes, never failed to give their.
Southern brethren 1 all needed assistance.
This we have seen in', a hundred forms during
the past four years, ibut never more plainly
than when Democrats of Adams and Frank.
4 counties piloted the Rebels into our State.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post
(Mice at Coudersport, Pa., Oct. 2, 1562
Mary E. Booth, Emma Brase, Lieut. J. V.
Brown, Sarah M. Carpenter, Warren Gibson,
Thomas Gale, Henry F. Gustin, Lieut. A. L.
Harrey 2, Hannah Howe, George W. Kenyon,
Thos. W. Lyman, Rufus Myers, Col. A. C.
Noyes, Robert Potter, Francis W. Riant,
James Wallace, William White.
JOHN S. 31-kNN, P. M.
A. MAN has been discovered in a for
est in Cleatfleld county. He was covered all
over with a copper-colored down, add when
captured was able to speak only one word,
"draft." ,He had forgotten all the rest of the
English language. Ex-Governor Bigler kind
ly took the wild man in hands, and will pre
pare him to vote for the Democratic candi
dates in October. This story may be true,
since - large numbers of the residents fled to
the woods during the late draft. Many are
yet missing, so that more wild men may yet
ZZY' When treacherous men its out Midst
conspired to defeat all attempts to recruit our
armies, and to hurl the loyal Stttes into an
archy and bloodshed, in order that rebellion
might succeed, the loyal people Of the country
vowed that these persons should! never again
be permitted to hold up their Ite l ads in polit
ical respectability, but that the.. should for
ever be held up as more dishorlorable than
traitors in arms. .shall this v6lv be kept?
It is for the Union men of Perinsylvania to
decide; and for the Unioh Men of Potter
county to contribute thcit full !force to that
Munnea has become a fashi4ahle erline
and its popularity seems to be - an indutement
for its commission on the most trifling Offen
ces Maidens with broken heqts no longer
weep themselves to death, but rt urdef those
who win and trifle with theirlaffections.--
Men suspicions of their wives, instead of cut
ting the connubial kn9t, stre4ghtiray cut
some Lotbario's throat or blow obt his brains,
and then' live happily with theWspouscs, sat
isfied with the popularity thus acquired.—
women murder for revehge, and men kill for
love. So the world motes on, and old Beel
iebub 14 made glad.
"YIE made a few des Itory remarks," said
the schoolmaster. Mrs. Partingtou stopped
suddenly In the bustle she was making around
the table for tea .and g zed over her specs
thoughtful,';; Wm. Leaning on l a plate
edgewise; as if to enforce "her, views by the
support It gave her, suppose that was be
cause he was""weak," said she; but Avrd's
PILLS will cure hilt. I never knew 'em to
fail. They are very solitary in such cases."
"Really, madam," replied he; "I cannot guess'
your meaning." "You said dysentery,"
said she, laying down the plate and putting'
a spoon in the preserves: "'I said desultory,"
saidlie, smiling, 'quite a different thing."!,
"No matter," said :he, looking up in time to
box Ike'sears, who was putting paper down
the, ehimtiey of the kercsenc 'lamp: "The
Pills are good for both, I dare say, for they ,
cure alinost alrthe diseases in the cutnucopili;-"
11S ~.D. C. Larrabee, Sheriff, ai he Sept.
Terfa acknowledged the following Deeds :
To Joseph Mann and R. L. Nichols, for 50
acres in Sharon township, sold as the prop
erty_of I, M. Reynolds. •
To Win. E. Qnimby, for 50 acres in Sylch;
nia township, for $l5O sold as the property
of Leis Paine.
To Joseph Mut, for, 1.74 acres in Abbott
township, for s'2o, col as the property of
Wrn. Isiiehaus. •
To Noel Jones, for 510 acres in liebron
township, part of warrant 5864, for $lOO, sold
as the 'Property of Foster Reynolds.
To W. F. Jones, administrator, Se., 150
acres in Allegany lownshiP, • sold as the
property of G. W. Kenyon. -
To C. S. :Tories, 13 and 0-16tlis acres in
Sweden township, and for 175 and 3-10 tbs
acres in Allegany township, for $1750, sold
as the property of Abram Kimball;
Ste that Hoe.; GEO- /..AZDEE is
nominated for the- Senate in the Bradford
District. He was in the Senate from 1859 to
1863, and was classed atnong the ablest,
most capable and respected members, and
his influence on 'all measures affecting the
public good was cast with the Right. A
staunch Republican. a zealous adyocato of
free democracy; never wearying in the cause
of humanity, his course has been such as to
gain for him the friendship of all who have
watched the prominent men. of our State.
Our people remember him with gratituda as
one of the orators at the Grand Mass Meeting
held in this place last Fall, and often revert
to his speech as an eloquent, logical and
truly philosophical effort, and they wish him
success.—Of course a few sore-heads in that
district, who are afraid of his reputation and
influence, have put In the field an independ
ent candidate, and with the aid of the Demo
crats are endeavoring to defeat him. This
they cannot do, and his friends, appear to
have no fears as to the result, but it does
seem a little strange that our friends can not
harmonize their differences and fight for. the
Right without, constantly warring about in
dividuals. There area few men in that dis
trict who wocld do themselves an honor to go,
over to the Opposition "body, soul and
breeches" and act in the future with some
sentblantc, at Ica:l 7 of consistency:
Our CaUdidate for-Senator.
The Setiatorial district composed ofTiogti,
Potter, McKean, and Clinton, isone 'of the
strangest Union districts in the State. It Will
give a majority for the Union Candidate for
Senator of between three and four thousand
votes. It is thetefore an object of some de
dire among all who have any taste for official
position to sedum the nomination, which
equivisalent;:to an election.
This will account for the tenacity with which
the friends of the several candidctes, at the
Conference held in Coudersport last week,
hung totheir favorites. Fifty hallotings were
were had Wore a choice was Made. The
/ conferees of the seteral counties were instruct
ed for particular individuals, and doubtless in
each case had strong personal bias for their
respective candide.tes, though there was no
sr ecial hostility on the part of the conferees
to any of the gentlemen named for the office.
The Conferees from Clinton we know were
animated with a strong desire to nominate Mr,
Chrtham, who was the unanimous hoice of
this county, but they entertained sentiments
of the highest respect for the integrity and
ability of Atte rival candidates, and had either
of those first named beeb successful in the
conference, not only the conferees from Clin
ton and the whole county, but Mr. Chatham
himself would have accorded him the most
cordial support ; and had Mr. Chatham- been
nominated, he would doubtless have received
the same hearty and unanimous support.
Neither of the three first named, and voted
for during fifty bullotings, received the nom
ination. On the fifty-first ballot Mr. Williams.
of McKean, was withdrawn and Copt-Warren
Cowles, of thd same county was nominated in
his stead. On the second ballot he was cho
sen by the Conference, and is now the recog;
nixed candidate of the party for Senator in
this district, and we doubt not will receive
the cheerful support ofl every Union man In
the four counties.
Mr. Cowles is a lawyer by profession, and
resides at Smethport. He is a man of good
natural endowments and' thorough collegiate
training. He holds an 'enviable position at
at the bar,and Las an unquestionable reputa
tion for honesty and integrity His loyalty.to
tie Government during its severe trials has
heen one-sided bold, and unequivocal,having
heen tested by one year's service in the field
whither he went at the head of a company
raised lin his own county. He was in nearly
all the battles between Grant and Leeifind al
tk,ays behaved himself with courage and gal
lantry. His capacity for the position of Sena
tor is pronounced by (hose who know him
and arc perfectly qualified to judge, as being
E ch as will fit him for leadership in the high
er branch of our Legislatnn. We pledge him
the endorsement and support of Clinton coun:-
0/in ton Peptiblican.
*"Don't be fooiish."—You can make
Sirr. Dollars from Fifty Cents. Call and ex
amine an invention urgently-needed by every
body. .Ora sample sent free by mail for 50
cents, that retails easily for $6, by i. I.
Wolcott, 170, Chatham Square, New- York. 1
REBELLION IN TUR HUMAN INTERIOR.
Rebellions are not confined, to bodies They
break out in our own iuieriors ati well cc in the "bow
els of the land." The Vatueel law of our bodies is
health, but we misuse them,. and they revolt. We
subject them Id exposure, we overtook them, we
overload the stomach, we neglect the bowels, we
plunge out of rooms hotter than the tropics into an
atmosphee below freezing point, and in varbiuts
other ways trifle with our health.
Bet these fraines of ours are wonderful machines,
and We can, by the use of the PROPEL: MEANS,
so. INVIGORATE -and ItEGULATE them as to
render theta almost proof against the ordeals to which
in our recklessness, we subject them.
:>.;othing that has ever been known or heafd of as
adds so rataih to 'the tesCsttint power of the
human system under , eircurnstance unfavorable to
hn:.ltb es nosTETTErcs STOMACH BrPTE; 3 43.
If you would esenna the intermittent fevers, tits of
indigestion, bilictts mtacks, and bowel-complaints, of
which cold and clamp are the frequent causes, use
the BUTERS as a PROTECTIVE- lIIDICEs.;t.
In either case, full reliance May be placed upon its
efficacy. Sold , everywhere.—[Sunday Mercury, Bee.
THE MASON Sc. HAMLIN CABINET 013. GAN
Forty different styles, adapted to sacred and
secular music, for to &AO each: Thirty-
Five Gold or Silver Medals, or other first
preMiums awarded them. Illustrated Cats
log ;es f i .„ , Add ress , MASON & HAMLIN,
or MASON i BROTHEFIS, Noy 'York:
Whiskers ! WhiSkers !
Do yon watt Whiskers or Moustrtehee ? nut.
Grecian compound will force them to grow on
the smoothest face or or hair. on bald
heads, in Six Weeks. Pribe, $l.OO, Sent bY
mail anywhere, closely sealed, on receipt of
price.. Address WARNER k CO.,
lysti Box 138, Brooklyn, N. Y
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
till Cure tloe Itch in, 48 Hours
Also cures Salt Rheum, ulcers,
and all Eruptions of the Skin: Price 50 cts.
For. sale by all Droggists..
By sending GO cents to WEEKS & POTTER,
Sole Agents, 110 Washington street,. Boston,
Mass., it will be forwarded by mail,
postage, to anv part of the United States.
Sept. 10.—Sp. Notice, 0 mos..,
PATENTED, JULY, 2564., HY PORTER . . Sc. SMITH
THOUSANDS of these Machines ore being made
and sold, and give more
Universal - Sails/action
than any other
in market. It ba, no castin7s about and can be made
or repaired in any country :own.
The Knife is ~tatlonary,—E.os vibrates—feeds itself
—ads on. top of the knife—cuts everrthlng iquaro off
any- length you riah, and you eaun,t make raged.
ork of it eveu with a dull knife.
I Samplea of Machine 4 can .fro sebn at abdp of th'e
undersigned. 3ianufactured and for sale by
N. H. GOODSELL, •
. Coudersport, Pa., Oct. 2,1165.
TEACHER WANTED '
I'OR the school at I; , w ~:ee-• •
I townsbtp, Putter cluinty,l to open about
the Ist or October, or ds soon thereafter as
convenient. Applicants mast .sthte the
amount fur which they will teach. Schoel
to coutinue seven months. Apply to
JACOB F. KULL.
bermanlri, Pa., Sept. 18, 1865.
WHEREAS, Letters . of Administration
have been granted to the undersigned.
on the estate of WILLIAM. NELSON HOWE,
late of Bingham Township, deed, all persons
indebted to the said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the said estate will present
them, duly authenticated, for settlement to
M. D. BRIGGS, Admsr.
Y.ills, Sept, 20, '65
I take this method to inform you that I am
now located at Oswayo, better known as
Brindleville, with a Large Assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, &0.,
WHICH MIST BE SOLD
Regardless of . COST.
My Store you will find in the Old Simmons
Block *here Mr: YALE and myself will ever!
try to give you Good Bargains ) and hope byl
so doing to merit a share of ,your patronagel
An early call is solicited.
J. r. SIMMONS.
Ostvayo, Sept. IS, 1865.
RIVETED STATES MAIL.
0 • n
OST 2_ -IRT3.E_ - '
• 11 - qshington August 31, 18C51
PItOIOSALS Will be reed Ved at the Contract
Office of this Department until P p, rn.
Moruitty, Oetolier (to he decided
on the following day,l for conveying th 4
Mails of the United States from Novembet•
1865 / to June :39; 1888; on the followini
routes in the State Of Pennsylvania, by thtl•
schedules of departures and arrivals herei(t
specified, viz: i
2-113 From Coudersport, by Coiesbtirg,Elli
hug, Genesee Forks and Shongo, N. V., tb
Wellsville-) 30 mile l s and batik, three time
Leave Cowdersport Monday, Wednesday, anii
Friday at 8 a. m.; ?arrive 'at hiv
6 p. m.
Leave tVell:sille Tnes.tia3-, nhil
Saturday on arrival of New York ex-pres
.ait=say at 10 m. ; arrive at Uolvtier.4-
port by 8 p.
2472 a From Coisderspot.t, by East ilebrop,
Oswayo,actti Eleven Mile, t o Wellsrillry \.l
28 miles and back,. three times It week. I
LeaVCowciersp'ort Tuesday, Thursday, au'd
Sat rday at 8 a, in.; arrive at WellStilie
4 7 P• Ir . -- .
Leav Wellstille Monday, Wednesday, arid
Fri lay lonl arrival of Nety York exprOs
ma I—s i l ty at 10 a. ni.; arrive at Cowder'-
pert b.y l p p. m. .. .
Praposaits tnnsi he dridorsed n"...fail Propo,-
als, State of Pennsylvania," and addressed to
the 2,ecorldi 'Assistant Poetmaster • Gerierl,
Washingt&i. I). 0.
For forMS'of proposal-, guaranty, and rot
tificate, arid conditions to be incorporated in
the contr4cts, see pamphlet advertisements
for conVe3t.ing the mails in Penn:TlT - a:IM, ic..
dated Nov'emuer 10, 1883, and December 15,
1864, to bir.s. found!in the prir.eiral post-of - flees
- W.IDENNISOS, fOtrinuuter General, .
OE ICV FLORAL SKIRT:
F. S. OTIS'S
NoVi i , Novel; & Most Serviceable
Il.0011 ) . SKIRT;
This Skirt combines three of the . gieniest
inventions known in the manufacture of Hoop
Skirts, fork which letters patent of the United
States have been granted.
'lst. It has a beuutifdl Patent Pad. which •
doubly protects tlie ends of the bnlrtle springs.
consisting of litavy Satin Jeans, neatly bound
with kid. , • I
2nd. 1, superior patent clasp; used in
joining the springs together. . •
.The ....wings are fastened icigetber by
means of this PATEST CLASP, which possesses
- Superior Strength aild - Finish over all other
fastenings heretofore know ner used. •
.The, combination of inventions as applied
to this, the Fleral `Skit, gives it-the advan
tage over all othl4s, to Dtirgbillty aid• Style,
out-wearing Any two common skirts.
Orders solicited. Skirts *ill be deth-ereci
aboard of any freight in N. Y. city free of
charge on receipt of the money.
Manufactured exclusively by flit;
American Skirt Ga
• . 100 ORANGE fitEbT,
BrnokLyn, S. I.
For sale by A. :140 broo.A,,Vity,
Y., and by the Trade generally
BR.PILKINS & BM'S
VALUABLE . MEDICINES, which have per
formed such ,t - onderfal bui-es and given gert
'eral satisfaction to all those witty have made
use of tbero, can 'be Obtained of DR. A.
FRENCIL COUDERSPORT, Potter Co.,
Pa., who willi examine patients, ascertain the
nature of their disease, and give all necess- I
ary directions and advice to these N 7 h 0 make
use of the Meacines. Orders from abroad
will receive prompt attention.
July 19, 18(35.
Administrator's , Notice.
TVIIEREAS Letters of Administration De
V 80/11 . $ non to the estate of TUEODO
SICTS CARPEISTER, late of Bin tam t p 4.
dec'd h re been &Anted to the s bkriber,
all pers .t . indebted to said 'est ~', are re
quested to make immediate pii. i nt; and
those( having claims against the s ',, ill
present them, duly authenticated, for settle
ment Ito ALV.A. CARPENTER, Adins'r.
Ulysses, Pa., Ang. 25, ISt35-.
Marble - Yard. -.
ITUE sabscriber desiresto inform like eiti;.
..ens of Potter that he can supply thein
with all kinds of Marble work, as cheap and
as .good as it can be had any place in the
I , cOnnirr. MONUMENTS and TOMO-STONES
1 of all kinds furnished on short notice.
Illonderzpart; Feb 13 '63 ly '
CAUTION FROM THE
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANti
;. It having come to our knotviedge that in' ,
itations of the American Watch have beitt
fut upon the market in great nntaber, calcites
ated by thdir utter worthlessness to injure
the reputatioli of our genuine prodticts, jJ
protect our own interests and the public from
Imposition, we,again publish tl trade mark. 4
by which our
. Nyatches may invariably b 8
e manufacture four styles of,Wateted.,.
The That has the name • .
I "AMERICAN WITC.II Ca.. Waltharid i
,Niass.," engraved on the inside plates
The Sccond has the name
"APPLETON, TRACY & Waltham/
engraved on the irside prate..
! The Third has the name .
"P. S. .B..IIZTLETT, Waltham, Yass.," elle
graved on the inside plate.
• All the above styles have the nam.;;Atners
lean Watch Co. painted on the dial, OA are'
warranted in every respect. . . .
The Fourth has the name
t•W3[.ELLEII.I`, Boston, Mass.," engraved
on the inside plate, and is not minted on tha
All the above described watches litre made
of various sizes, and are sold in gold or silver
cases, as may be required . :
It is hardly possible for us to rthcaraiely
describe the • numerous imitations to which
we hare alluded. They are usually inscribed
with names so nearly approaching onr own.
as to escape the. observation of the unaccus ,
touted buyer. Some arc represented nslmade
by the "Union Watch Co., of Boston, Mass.'
—no such. - company existing.. t SoMe• and
named the "Soldier's Watch," to be sold ag
on; Fourth or Wm. Ellery style, usually
known as the "Soldier's Watch." %; Others are
named the "Appleton Watch Co. ;'. other*
the P. S. Bar ttry,"'instead of our r'P. S. Bert:.
lett ;'' besides many varieties named in such
a manner as convey the idea that they ar4
the veritable l roductions of the American
We also caution the pudic, tpti particuz
lariy . soldiers; against buying certain articled
cAtten watches, so freely advertiSed In Mtn=
•trated papers as "Army Watche 'Othcer'g
Watches," "Magic Time Observer," "Arcana
Watelies," Ace,. the prices of wbia are stated
to be frnin seven to sixteen dolls S. A good
wz.tehi in these times, cannot be affordedf)r
our such Money,
... - ..
A little attention on the part of buyers Will
protect l'hein front gross iinuos'itibn. . .
• II.OIiIINS & 4PPI4:TON
Agents for the American Watch 00 4 ,
182 BroadivaYl, New York:
PACIFIC IIOTFA )
170, 172, 174 & 176 GBEE7ICIII
(ONg SQUAREI',"EST OF urcoArAi• i i)
Petl:reen Courtlandi Dr-2/ Streeds-,..Ve4- Fora
JOHN FATTEN. Jr., Prokielor.
MITE. Pacific Hotel is well and 'widely
knoWn to the traveling nubile. The loz
cation is especially suitable tO inereliatitS
and business nlen ; it is in close Iproxiinity td
the business part of the City—is On the high=
way of Southern and. Western! travo—andf
adjacent to all the principal Railrbad attd
Steamboat depots. •
The Pacific has liberal acdtimmodatibn fofi
OVCr 300 gunts ; it is well furnished, and pos ,, y
sesses every modern improveineht for thq
conifdrt and entertainment Ibfjits ihrhates.!
The rooms are spacious_and well ventilated
provided With gas and Water ; , th'e attendithce;
is 'prompt and respectful; and the table
generously provided with every delicaty
The ralisriiier, who, for the nast few y'earii
has been the lessee, is now sole proprietciii
and intends, tO identify himself thoroughly
with the interests of his hous(L With lon;
experience as a hotel-keeper, jib. trusts, br
moderate charges and a liberal policy, ttl
maidtain the favorable 'reputation Of 'the Pa l '
cific Hotel. JOHN PATTEN. is.
_ Administrator's Nntioe.
'WHEREAS Letters'of Administration oil:
1" the estate of DAVID CRQWELL, latti
of Ja , J:son Township; decd
otter county, dee
havebeen granted to 'the undersigned, all
: to said estateare requestei•
to makeimmediate payment, ;and those
ing claims against the same will present thenii
duly authentic , ted;, to the
paythent. CHARLES II ARI‘iSTRONG,
Coudersport, Aug. 19, 1853, Adms'r
W "l tl :. ] EBL
estate c o lt i .e
s r o
3i t . .. E -I L dm lt i o ni u st k r : a ß t s ion ia t
of Hector Township, Potter e ounty, deceased,
have been granted to the undersigned, ail
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing oiaims against the same wilt present:
them; duty authentictited to the subscriber.
ELSAN ROGERS AdMinistrattifx.
August 13, 1533.
FINE FARM FOR SALE.
T"F ? subscribers oiler ferule their Earmiti
Clara toWnsb ip. It cc nt4ins
is pleasantiy situated fit the forks of tlid
road between Conderspart and Ceres, one road
leading to Vetisviiie through °sway° ; and a
new mail route is established connecting' tho
IVell.:ville Fettle at this place. : It would be
a (P:Arable loCation for a Tavern. 'there is
a god ORCHARD and VALUABLE BUILD:
iNciS on the tda&e. with 'water 'coit'renient;
Tinta i'.:111 be given if desired, • •
Persons desirous of puralasiug coin iippi:y-
V 2- letter to Clara, Pottz:i Co. Pa., or
premises to . j. 'L. ALLEN,
• . A. J. ALtAiN, -
• . - Ai: M. ALLEN,. -
t. , ept. 'IR. 176'5: (Gwpl) ' '
Iti ufaV6E -- o - 6 - 188.8.131.52N Y
Oldest Insurance Compsnq iu Ameti-m
Cash Capital anti Surplus, over
SEVENTY-ONE Years Stieccssfal Busines4
,Experienee, with a - reputation lot integrity
land honorahle dealing unsurpassed
' LOSSES PAID since organization, $l7
500,000.10, without the derdaction of a 'cell ,
or a day's day !
LIBERAL BATES for all the.safer ciass , '3
of property. Insurance of Dw'ellings
Contents, a specialty.
BRICK or STONE Dtellings insured fer
mi/ally, if desired, on terms of the thfeatesb
i . eeonoray and safety to the. inshred.
'lt is. Wisdom And tconodry to in: irr' ip the
best Companies ) and there is none Letter tha
the old Insuiance Co. of North,
, Apply• to
3r. W. 3f.cAL.ifisFY
.I::cnt, fur Potter cu4rity.