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Notice.. CAIUTION . FROINI THE
lA, Potter Co., Pa oil. 1, 1863. 1 AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY.
NOTICE is hereby given hat Charles Bu-1 I : I -4----r '
It . having come tb bur knowledge that im
.lll shor l now or late of, is county, holding I .
ye , lit:twins of the A114:0Call Watch have been
the following described property, has not i put upon the Mark4tlin great number, calm ,
paid any consideration whatever fcr the same, tilted by their utt,ol worthlessness to injure
and all pqrsorts are hereby warned not to pur- 1
the reputation of )itt• genuine products; to
chase any of said property of the said Bushor I
given in j protect our own anti-rests and the public from
this case and C. liushor has
before tl4 decision of the Court is
pact' to m e the i imposition, we agaimpublish the trade marks
consideration money then for. by which our Watches may invarial*j be
The fedlowing is the pro e perty : • known. i 1
We manufacturelfour styles of Watches.
I,st. , A certain tract of land near the Ger
mania s.till i in warrant 5075, Abbott township, 1 The First has the name
"AMERICAN j W, AT II CO:: Waltham,
Potter count P a. Pa., containing 100 acre S—
. engraved oh the inside plate.
Also 25 acres iu warrant 50'18 and adjoining'
the above. . ' • The Secbud haS the name j
j "AP . I'LTON,
j rIIRACY A: CO., Waltham,
2nd. A certrin tract of . land. with Mill and : , :
improvetnents thereon, near kettle•Cre&,, in Mass.,' eugraved op the inside plate.
The Third itasJthe name 1 •
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Potterl
PP. S. BARTLETT, Waltham, Mass.," en•
county, Pa. l .containing' about 204 acres.
graved on tit' inside plate. I -
C. Buit= holds also in trust warrant no. 1
all the 'ab ve sqlfp have the name Amer
-2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa: 1 -
lean Watch i•o r: painted on the dial, and are
can the road leading from Germania. to Gaines , ' l
• . . warranted in every respect. I - :
containing 850 acres. i The /our!. has i e name
Ilf -1 WM. RADDE. I .WM. EL ERY,rßoston, :lass.," engraved
on the inside plate,l and is not named on the
dial. I .
All the :throve thiscribed watches are made
of various sites, and are Old 'in geld or silver
cases, as rank be *liked.]
11t is hardly posqble for us to accurately
describe the l nurnvous itnitatioi's to which
we have aliqed. 'hey are usual y inscribed
with names ao neafly approachir g our 'own
as to escape the 9 serration of tl e unaccus• ,
touted buyer.l Sot e are repre.sen ed as made
by the "tiniob Wa eh Co., st
of Boon, Mass.'
—no such Himtv.ny existing. Sonie are
named the "aSold4r's Watch,"- to be sold as
our Fourth it tylu. Eilery style, usually
knottn as the "StAlier's Watch." Others arc
named the , 1-111p1.?ton Watch Co. "'• others
the P. S. Baiury," instead of our "P. S Bart
lett ;I- 1 - besides many • varieties named in such
a manner as to convey the idea that they are
the veritable i ro Incticits' of the Americ- , n
Watch Company. : ,
We also caution the public, and partien- I
larly soldiers, agaipst buyinl; certain articles I
CALLED watches; ad freely Mlyertised in iilos-
trated papers as r ". rmy Watches," "011iel:rjs.
Watches," '. , Magic litne.Observers,•.:l-reles
Wntehes," &c,, the prices Of which are stated
to be from seven to sixteci dollars. A gOod
watch, in these, times, cannot be affordedfi! f
any such mohey.• j II
A little attention on the; part of buyers will
protect them front j gross imposition.
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, 1 JOHN FATTEN. Jr,, Proprietor.,
/BO HE Pacific 'Hotel is well and !widely
Ji. ! known to the !graveling public. . The lo
cation is especially suitable to merchants
and Y l iusiness men; it is in close proxinitity to
the business part of the City—ls on the high
way lof Southern and Western travel—and
adjatent to all the ;Principal Railroad and.
Steamboat depots. ~..
The Pacific has liberal accommodation for
over 300 guests ; it is well furnished, and pos
-1 sesses . every modern improvement for the.
comfort and entertainment of its inmates.
Thd rooms are spacious and well ventilated;
proVicled with gas and water; the attendance
is prompt and respectful; and the table is
genrously provided with every delicacy of
Te subscriber, wh6, for the past few.years,
has been the lessee, is now sole : proprietor,
and intends to identify himself thoroughly
wit the interests of his house. With long
exp'el:ienee as a hotel-keeper he trusts, by
Moderate charges and a liberal 'policy, to
maintain the favorable reputation of the Pa
cifiC Hotel. JOHN PATTEN, Ja.
• lered, 0-I*.
°lciest Insurance Company in America:
Cask!, Capital and Surplus, over
SEVENTY-ONE Years Successful Business
Experience, with a reputation for integrity
:!Ml honorable dealing unsurpassed by any
LOSSES PAID since organization, $17,-
500,000.0: without the deduction cf a cent,
or a dAy's*delay !
a at part
LIBERAL RATES for all the safer classes
of property. Insurance lof iisvellings and
Contents, a specialty.
BRICK pr. STONE Dwellings insured per
petually, if desired : on terms. of the greatest
economy and safety to the insured.
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It is Wisdom and Economy to insure in tlie
best Companies; and there is none better thUn
tide old Hnisurauce Co. of North
Apply to M. W. McALARNEY
Agent for Potter county.
ion a n xro g
t 1) ,rt
et it I ttiu
LAI to lend
F. S. OTIS'S
New, Novel, S, Most Serviceable
LADIES' DOOl )SKIRT,
NOW IN TIIE MKET.
This Skirt combines thrsie of the greatest
iro:entiOns known in the manufacture of Hoop
iikirts, for which letters patent of the United
States have been g,raiited.
Ist. , It has it beautiful Patent Pad, which
loulily protects the ends of tin, bustle springs
oti-sisting of heavy Satin Jeans, neatly bound
A superior patent clasp; used in
..iding the ,springs together.
3rd. The springs are fastened together ty
'leans of this PATEST CLASP, which possesses
•;uperior.Strength and Finish over all other
:Astenings heretofore known or used.
The combination of ini•cntions as applied
this, the Floral Skirt, gives it the advan
age over all others, in'Durabiltty and Style,
,ut-wearing any two common skirts.
Ordrrs solicited. Skirts will be delivered'
thoard of any freight in N. Y. city free of
charge ou receipt of the money.
Manufactured exclusively bv,the
American Skirt Co..
1.06 ORANGE STREET,
• • Brooklyn, N. Y.
For sale by A. MiLLEII. 340 lirbadmiy,
Y.; and by the Trade generally.
Sri CRn rth - ay.s be found the best o;
(*king, DeA and Pur;or
ST 0 V E S
A ko.,TIN and SITEET -IRON WARE, POTS,!
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,I
'll.l'iNg-PANS, SAP-PANS, 'and CAULD
SCRAPERS, CULTIVA 1
I . OIIS, ICORN-StIELLERS, HORSE . -.I.IAKES
H IS WORK
well 'made and the ni:tterial good. Good
utd sitOtanti:tl E.VVES-'MOUGIIS put up la
wy pai . t of the County—Terms easy. Ready
t'ay of all hinds, including Cash, s..eldorn
--efus , e4. tr.
Store on plain Street opposite the Old Cour:t
loo3v,!Coudersnort. Aug. 1,1,8 0 33.- -50
.I lON SHOP
111111 Fl subscriber haring located in Lewis:-
)1. ville is prepared to do all kinds of 'work.
In line, on short notice and in the belt
and Repairing ,
hf all kinds. I ant enabled by the aid of rari.
chiner4• to do Work in the wagon-line better
and cheaper than any other establishment-do
the etinnt'y. also prepared to make
COFFINS. EPSON lIYDE.
Ulyses, Penn'a, Dec. 1, 1864
Will wrin ,, anythina . from a single Thread to
PRICES : $5.50, $6.00 . , and $B.OO
P. A. Stebbins & Co.,
Agenti far Potter county.—Jan 25, 184
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THE DROP MUST 'COME
"Live and Let
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Teri Different Departments!
THE - EUlMlthintip7TH EPAPIRE
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CO"Sner • 70 ; 6eICA.
So that while others are mark;ng up, We siinll
' c 's,,fi,(s 6 .4
lire now - ready for wholcsaleing and retailtng
DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
CROCKERY, YANKEE NOTIONS, &C.
cos. 2. kt 3, Whole!.lale and Retail
Flour, Fe eri, Porkg Groceries &c
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Give us a call and save F fty per Cent. We t . eturn you our thanks for your liberal patron
_ age or the past year, and shall continue to sell
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. • S CHEAP AS EVER.
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• ' C. H. SIMMONS.
Wellsville, N. Y., Oe
p e A_ S
eadquarters for :argaiins
FIRST PALL OPENING !
Elegant Season4ble Dress Goods
cpr 'frOTG ( ' S'O'T FULL!
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( --' • ess aria. uoA'
- 1g; " ; C) CO tea
The Proprietors of the ..P
determined to supply this
DRY-GOODS, HATS. & CAPS,
October, 1880 -
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PULAR _CORNER STORE are
arket with the best quality of
HARDWARE, DRUGS, PAINTS,
P PATENT MEDICINES.
1 . A. iSTEENS 4
The first department is,filled:with