The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, June 19, 1866, Image 2

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    THE JOURNAL.
Coudertopqrt. Pa.
satty,Jime 19, 63.
iiiC
,3r., McALAIUJEY, EDITOR.
FOR GOVERNOR:
gEN'L J. W. O:EAItY.
1 Of Ouinberland county
..timen'oan Freed en's and Union
Commission,
FRIENDS Or A RENOVATED UNION : A Area
ink his been agreed on for Wednesday Eve
ning of next court; June 1 20, fur the purpose
of uniting the earnest workers of this county
in behalf of the people of the states lately in
rebellion„who need help to maintain schools
and to establish order.
J. 31. McKim. of New York, Secretary or the
national organization having this work in
charge, will be present and address the meet
ing. ....
We earnestly invite all to 'attend. We es=
venially urge those to attend, who believe in
humanity, and in the duty of educating the
Ignorant, strengthening the weak, and cloth
ing the naked.
"It is more blessed to give than receive."
11. - VT. Mann E. Ohnspd,3l, It. Jones, L.
1. Olmsted, d. A. Metzger,' E. W. Hamilton,
John S Mann, P. A. Stebbins, Jr., IL J. Olm
.ted. D.C. Larrabee,Wm.W.llrownil.F. Jones,
7. X. Hamilton, 31. W. gc.tihtracy.
The cemetery at:Andersonville, Ga., eon
taina.t2,Bl.2 bodies, rebel .and federal.
WY'The now buildings 'erected in Columbia
'South Carolina, since the war, aro valued at
$500,000.
Car A tornado at•Augustn,Ga., blew down
a' court-house, killed seven children and
wounded nine.
liarAn immense cotton factory,conlaining
180,000 spindles and 1,300 looms, has been
built in Carrolton Miss.
Curtin , 'Governor Curtin has appointed Charles
R. Cob* Superintendent aeon:111ton Schools
for the State of Pennsylvania.
. WA.. C. M. Dickinson retires from the edit
orial control of the Cameron Press, but will
tontinue a contributor to its columns.
, M. The brave and eloquent Gen. Logan.
of Illinois, will canvass the State is favor of
(Gen. Geary, during the campaign.
air The Sugar and Molasses crop from the
West Indies is reported as being fifty per
cent larger than that of 18G5, and double that
of 186.1.
ter The trial or Jeff Dacisfhas been post
poned to the first Tuesday in October next,
when it is expected the Chief Justice will b 4
piesent.
iteg?` Gen. Moorhead has been renominated
for Congress by the Union people of the Aile •
gany district. He has already served rour
terms, tind4 well deserves this renewed testi
mony of the people's confidence.
OM; The New York Herald reports that the
FOrillaS have a strong man-of-war at sea and
that we may soon expect to hear of it preying
upon English commerce. Britain may yet
bare a taste of the "Alabama."
ge r If the negroes are lazy and worthless
bow comes it
,that they have deposited in the
Freedman's Shfety and Trust Company Bank,
"at Lluisville, over one hundred thousand dol
lars during the last six mouths?
per At the Soldier's Convention in Cant
erUn county by a vote taken to test the stand
ing of the poldiers on the gubernatorial ques
tion, it was found that there was not a single
moldier in favor of Clymer. The National
Boys in Bide unanimously support Gen.
Geary. . 6
ge,...'We publish in full the proceedings of
the Solder's Convention, at Pittsburg, know
ing 01(4 they must be of interest to everybody,
as their proceedings are a clear exposition, of
the feelings Which animate the Preservers of
the Republic. Read them—they nre highly
interesting,' and contain some very sensible
reconstruction ideas.
Wr We see by the Lock Haven papers
that our friend, Capt. W. C. Kress, has passed
a creditable 'examination and been ndmitted
to practice law in the several Courts of that
county.. The Captain has fine abilities ; good
judgment, is a close student, and trill maice a
successful lawyer.
Kre:Z•A bill is being prepnld by the.llonse
Committee on Invalid Pensio s, gicSing to the
soldier,' or sailor two dollars a month for each
of his children. An appropriation of $6,000,-
4.100 be required for this.
ger- W. jW. Mc Dotioitu, Esq., formerly of
Minnesota, has been On a brief visit to his
relatives in this county during the last week.
Mr. McDougall was one of the fathers of Re
publicanism in this region ; and it gives us
pleasure to state tha his devotion to the
cause of universal Freedom is as steady and
tincompronaising as of iold.----Agitator.
Newspayier f Quarrel.
"The Cairo Demomlsi (Conservative) and
.the Carlo Ti mes (Radical) are engaged in quitd
a difficulty. Pistols and coffee' ought to be
iiext in the programmd."—Nobile Times.
i
That mode of set t ing disputes has long
since been abandoned at the North,and will
become obsolete at th south as the barbar
isms of blarery give 'way before advancing
civilization. It is no longer in the power of a
blackghard or a rillaii to place himself on an
equality :tn.ith:a gentle an by challenging him
to fight ttdttel. We wil have no more flatui-
tons murdered by scb miug Burrs.—lndian
apolis Journal.
igret to hear that the
t at all favorable for
joining counties. Laxly
and dry temperature
wth seriously, and in
THE CROPE3.-:-We r
weather of May was n.
"the crops in thi%and a.
its that month the col.
retarded vegetable gr
the latter part of the onth, when the rains
began, they were sqceeded by frosts and
cold days which proyed very disastrous to
fruiiand early vegetaddes. Apples and peaches
will be almost an entire failure in this county.
Corn and potatoes havn received several blows
from frost, but with l i cntinued good weather
in Future, may turn o t better than generally
expected. The grass crop is the only one,
perhaps, white has lieett benefitted by the
kiwi of weather preVtilling during the past
mouth., Oats promls well, end other grains
may now come forwa d with some show of a
good
,yitld,—.lfcadt..7 Journal.
ger Do not fail to read the adcertisetnent
of Anderson .4 Doolittle, Hardware Merchants
at Wellsville. They are fast gaining a repu
tation for fair dealing, low' prices, and fine
goods. They als'o are agents for the Rawson
Mowing Machines; Forward and Rear Bar,and
hare guards and
,otber fixtures for the Wood,
Hubbard,Buckeye,and Cayuga Chief Mowers.
'l?esolvtd by the Sznale and 01445 e of Repre
sentatives of the United States' of America in
Congress assembled, (two-thindiabOth liuuses
coneurring,) That the follokiag article be
proposed..to the Legislatures of the several
States as an amendment to the Constitution
of the United States, which,--when, ratified by
three-fourths, of.said Legislatures, shall be
valid as part.of the Coastitutionl namely :
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Aunct.E--. ' -.. I
SECTION 1. --l- perso . ns bOrri'Or naturalize_
---,--...-00.-....--.----.--...-. I in the United States, and sulijectio theljaris
far Six full carloads of merchandise diction thereof, are citizens of the hTnitedStates
amounting to'about ninety fons,,have been re- and of the State 4herein they reside. Nn
ceired at the depot in this village fur Stu- State shall make or enforce' any law which
MONS' Regulators, , within the laSt three Weeks. shall abridge the privileges or immunities of
This 0. L. )fArnstt, agent at depot. vouches 'citizens of the United States; . nor shall any
fora 'Neighboring towns. beat this, if you can. State deprive any person of life, • liberty, or
Wellsville against all other business , towns property, without due.process of law, nor de
on the line of the Erie Itailwky.—Trellavilleil ny to arty person within its jurisdiction the
Frei Pieta. it equal protection of the laWs. .'
SEO. 2. Representatives shall be appor
tioned among the several States according to
their respective numbers, counting the whole
number of persons in each State, exclucin&
*
llndians not taxed. But whbn the right to
vote at any election for the choice of electors
for President and Vice President orthe United
States, represimiatires in Congress, the exec
u:ive and judicial officers of a State ! 'or the,
members of the Legislatures thereof, it, is de
nied to any of the male inhabitants of such
State, being twentY-One years of age, and
citizens of the United States, or in anyway,
abridged, except for participation in rebellion
or other vrime, the basis of representavon
therein shall be reduced, in the proportion
which the number of such male citizens shall
bear to the wholenumber of male citizei.,s
twenty-one years of age in such State..
SEC. 3. No person shall be a Senator ' l or
Representative in ebrigress, er elector of Pres
ident or Vice President, or hold any : office,
civil or military, under the United States, lor
under any State, .who, having previously
taken an oath, as a member if Congress, or
as an officer of the United States, or as a mem
ber of any State Legislature, or as an execu
tive or judicial officer of any State, to sup
port the Constitution of the United States,
shad have ebgaged in insurrection cr rebel
lion agninst the same, or given aid or com
fort i,o the enemies thereof. But Congress
may, by a vote of two•thirds of each house,
remove such, diskbility. ..
SEC. 4. The validity of the public debt of
the United States, authorized by law, includ
ing 'debts inpnrred for payment of pensions
and bounties for services in suppressing in
surrection or;rebellion, shallnot be questioned.
But neither the United States nor any State
shall assume or pay app debt or obligatien
incurred in nid of insurrection or rebellion
against the yniteci States. or - any claim for
the loss or emancipation of any slave ; but all
such debts, obligations, and claims shall be
held illegal snd void. 1
SEC. 5: The Congress shall have power to
enforce, by appropriate legislation, the pro
visions of this article.
463-. The "Ragged sons" ,of Potter County
will find much' of interest in the Gostiiii Cloth
ing Store, advertisement, Wellsville, "'oppo
sition is the life of business," and where'there
is opposition fairjprice.s must be !the conse
quence. Give them a call they will sell as
low as the lowest,,and a little lower.
lEi.E.a-Sheritf Stebbins has just returned
from New York with a new assortment of
goOd3, which he is selling. at prices suitable
to everybody.
Ber The hly statement of the public
debt shows a decease of nearly twenty mil
lions since' the litst monthly :exhibit, The,
coin-intvest .cha r ge has. sliglitAy--increased,-eased,
tu !
While - the aont t currency . -inte'pist has!
largely diminished. The debt bearing', po
tere.it, or legal te r n iler notes, has also t ecreased
in a considerable degree. The amount of
coin on hand hasifallen offabout twenty mil
lions in =sequence-of the gold sales, ythile
the amount of currency has angmented. On
the - whol% it' is' it favorable st:itement, and
shows the fdith of dm people in `the solvency
of the Goternmedt, and its honor towards its
creditors.
ga., Democratic prints have, beer tiled,
during the past four years, with demtiads for
free speech, and a free press,.hut what has
been their praeliee ? A few •rcference l s will
. it
prole tt the most inconsistent cry ever bused
by that party. ; Was it the spirit 'of free speech
that mobbed the Buckeye Blacksmith ? If
not, what sortq of spirit was it? Tile) same
spirit bludgeoned Sumner, murdered Lclvejoy,
' cast Dr Bailey's press into the MisSiisippi.
drore Judge Hoar out of South! Carolina and
tarred and feathered northern sehoo/ teac ' hers.
The same spirit is at work to-day stilling the
Southern press, burning churches, destroying
school b l ouses and inaugurating a reign of
terror. It is a notorious fact that Sur thirty
years there has not been a - single day!when it
was safe tor persons to speak or write what
they thought bf the institution of Slavery. in
eleven of 'these !United States, unless they
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thought as Judge Woodward spoke and
Fleister Clymer echoed, that the "Institution"
was "divinely ordained." The Deinocratic
!!
lore of free speech prostituted Southern pul
pitsl I
to the support of adultery, 'bigamy, rob
bery, and murder, without which we] rare no
instances of modern Slavery existing. The
t ery character of Slavery encourages . igno
rance, superstition, and all the crime,s which
most naturally follow. Democratic! lorators
aid Democraticeditors defended mob-Wiolence
when directed in such Channels and 'for such
purposes, and they continue ito de end it;
What was their verdict in .the case _of the
Memphis ricks, and what is the cou e pur
sued against the NEW ' , Lenox, in Ric, mood?
The Constitution declares that Congtss raust
secure a rePublican form of govern rent 'to
each of the• States,-Lwith that foll ws the
right to di4cuss and investigate publi meas
ures and State institutions. Was' t at per
mitted in the case of Slavery? Si ce the
rebellion began a few papers hare h 6 n sup-.
pressed and al few orators silence, • And I
why? Not that they were appealin peace-1
ably to the ju lgment of the people,'ot that!
they were se/king to change by le itirnatel
means the/form, or anylof the instil: Lions of
1
the government, but that they were seeking
to. aid armed rebellion l! That was l i• I
he only
reason. Hundreds of these papers a a yet in I
existence, still enjoying ) ] the benefiti f a free 1
government, and still casting forth, ally and
weekly, plausible arguments in dp !nice of,
treason,and bold words in denunciati)n othe
,
Defenders of the Nation. It has I of been I
titres weeks 7`
since the Chicago ~ es dm
pared Grant to Probst, the Philadelp is mur
derer, and thought the comparison in favor
of Probst. That the suppression p such a
paper, and tlid puhishinent of the)author of
such articles, would 'be clearly act of!
Justice, is patent to eVery'right thin cit.- l
izen. And yet they are and' have been per-1
witted to exercise the largest m of
I "freedom
speech. I
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- League Island Nary Yard.
!
It. should a ff ord every Pennsylvtnlan pride
to know that the legiClation necessary to 10.
. cate the gee.t. National Navy: Yard at League
Island heel pas,..ed the hody ia which it origi.
nated, and that there is great reason to hope
it will be adoWd i dthe Senate. We are
gratified that Congress is likely to come to
this decision, becaus e the locatiqn of these
immense public worksat League Island will
result in practical go a d to the Government.
The location, in an echnobikial point of view,
will be worth! thousanda of dollars to the
Government, in thei . Peratieri of ithe works,
Iron and coal, the tw great sources of supply
for such an establishment, may he literally
said to exist lit its rev dour provided Con.
press decid finally to locate this i navy yard
at League I sland.Bt t aside from these con
siderations,' and as nn indulgence of our local
I
1
pride, we rejOice at tl e probability of this lo
cation, because it will be a h4oefit to our great
1 commerciiillretropo is. Philadelphia has
been less pen fittedby national governmental
patronagethinl any. City in the Union. For
every dollar h) Govc i rnrneat has` he.elehre
disbursedin 'or near that c 4, it has derived
the value of two dollars in retard, While
New York city, has l boen gormandizing to the
amount of millions while 1 her steamships
have been lite-ally sustained by the national
authorities4hile the sub-treasury has been
a means of floating Ur bankers of New York
through morothan one financial ( crisis, the
business meri Of Philsderphill have been sus-,
taining themStlves, l and at the same time do
ing more tha4 their share i I maiiftaining the
credit of the etuntry.l Hen e we repeat, that
4!)
the location, the Navy Ya d affords us in
finite pleasuri In one sea e, the location of
this national! ork in anyother 'part of the
ii
country woul not have effected. the iron or
coal interes t. of FennsAvania.l However
near or distantfrom Them tae works may be
located ; theY will be depent.ent fcr operation
on Pennsylvinia eoall. But! theh location in
th'e vicinity Cif Phidadelphial will be a benefit
to a community which has already performed
large service for the iGovernment. While it
wilt add nothing to the energy or i the security
of business ,ill. PhilatiO/pliia it will enable our
friends in dint city'tq enlarge thtlir enterprise
and extend their means of !still 'further con
tributing tw national greatness. We sincerely
hope, for these reasons, that the location of
the Navy Yard at League Leland: may finally!
prove succeSsful.—:7'elegrapii. ,
1 RECONSTRUCTION.
The folleWing Is a copy of the jeint resolu
tion, in the'form in which it hest* received
the assent of Congress, hvo-thirde of, each
house having voted In favor the of:
Joint Resolution proposing an Etnialtdmant to the
Ccuistqation of the United fitates.
EFFECT OF SOUTHERN
•
Representation upon - national prosperity.
Nothing can'be more fallacious than the ar
gument universally resorted to by those who
advocate an , immediate and unconditional
grant of representation to the Sonthern States
—that•the peace and ptospority of the country
are dependent upon that measure. Every
assistance that the General Government shoe Id
; give, and infinitely more than they have" a
right to expec.t;is readily conferred upon them
The post-office system has been established
over their whole territory, despite the expense
eutailed,by 'their sparse population and they
absence of general intelligence among their
I citizens. districts ravaged ,by the war
our quartermasters and cotnmissaries deal out
! subsistence with an unspairing hand, and
I punish treason by rescuing thousands of the
I men who waned against their country from
absolute starvation. The planters, who,
I blinded by ignorance,Pride and stubbornness
bitterly complained of their sad lot when they
owned thousands of acres of rich land and
were surrounded by thousands of willing and
industrlbus laborers, have been taught by
Union
.w tmakeo soldie t r h s ei a r n , the l2ta
i f o ra n e s d mthee most nt r s b
bureau
h
I pro
d,tctive and profitable in the world. The
Senate has appointed a spacial committee to
examine and report on the canditiOn of the
Mississippi levee. ;with reference to the adop-
Lion of plans for repairing the damages done
by the rebellion. By the laws of vi4r and the
nsagei of nations, the rebels, after, wickedly
protracting their struggle to the point of ab
solute•exhaustioni forfeited everything to the
Government theylhad wantonly assailed, We
'would have been, perfectly justifiable in in-
Stituting a system of wholesale confiscatip
and innumerable 'treason trials. There is not
a leading rebel in the land who is not indebted
for his life, liberty and property to the mag
nanimity of the
any
arid people of
this Union. In other nation the repre
sentatives from a district as deeply-dyed with
deadly treason asi our rebellious Stater, would I
clamor in vain' for years for a tithe of the
benefits which-Infra already been voluntarily
conferred. • Unconditional representation, in
stead of promoting, the peace and prosperity
of the country, Would enable insidious foes to
make the halls of Congress resound' Pith
clamors for gratuities to the Rebel States,and
even for compensation to slave nwners,coupled
with threats of repudiatio'ff laf the national
debt. It is only by securing 'effective consti
tutional gurirantees, and by a radical change
in the basis, of representation, that we can
admit Southern Congressmen withoutseriously
endangering the peace and prosperity of the
country.--Press.
Tee Cnors.—Wheat and rye crops promise
to be full and perfect ; the heads are already
out, the straw is strong and firm, and the
prospect is that these will produce abundantly.
The grass is short but,thick, and has been
much improved by the recent rains.
The corn is nicely up and looks very healthy
but it is too soon yet to form any idea of the
brobable yield. All depends upon the season
about eating time. j• I
The oats will 'be a gq‘lid crop this year—
very good.' !
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The apples will be the big fruit crop, and
there is every prospect riow that it will be big
indeed.
The peach, cherries and prunes are dam
aged by the late frostspand they will not
yield much this season..
The Strawberry raspberry and blackberry
crop, it is thought Wilt -be very good. =
Pottstown Ledger,
gar John O. Brockinridge, according to
dispatches from Richmond, Va., has been be
fore a Grand Jury of that county, and a true
bill for treason round against him. If this is
true, it will entitle John to the active sympa
thy of every copper-Johnson in the country.
fie-Howell and,Joheson will continue the
photogisPleing business in the Foetus lately
occupied by Smith and Mitchell.:
Eating Unripe cucumbers and Milts
often produces sudden turns of Olio and cholt
era morblas. More especially among children,
where it is often attended with ;violent vom= -
iting and great distress Coes Dyspepsia
Cure will immediately , relieve the pains, .atop
the vomiting, and cure cholera tuorbus with
out fail, if tisk sn promptly and ,accordingzto
directions. It is also a sure , care for indi
gestion and dy•pepsia,
TRANSFORMATION 1 ":.
The superstiti na of antiquity are only "food
i
for laughter" I. the present day, and yet this
is an age of
I MIRACLES.
accomplished with the aid of science. For
exunsple : grey, sandy or red hair is
I
Changed in a Moment, • •
to the richest conceivable black or brown, by
a simple application of
- •Cristadoro'e Hair Dye, • .
Ilanufactared by J. CRISTADORO, 6 Astor
House, Nov York. Sold by Druggists. 'Ap
plied by, all Hair Dressers, [June 19.''
SEALED PROPOSALS" ---
TA - TILL bo received until Thursday the 21st day of
'V June, by the County COMIIII6IIIOOOI*, et their
Office, for but ding an out-home to the Court ilocfre,
when the job will be let to the lowest and beat bid
der. For plansand apecitications inquire at the Com
rniasioneei Uiltce..
tWe advertise ha the .Porten Joessat.:l.
ANDERSON & DOOLITTLE
NO. 5, GILLETT'S BLOCK, NEXT DOOR
TO THE BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSH,
Wellsvllla, IC I.
A AL" receiving a complete assortment of
SHEI-
AND. HEAVY
DWARE,
HAS
HOUSE T,
• IMMINGS,
JOINERS' TOOLS
th's Tools and Stock
WARE,
Blacksm l
PLATED
Tabl
e and Pocket Cutlery,
WHEELER & MADDEN'S
Mill, Circular,. Cross-Cut, and
Muley Saws.
Rubber and Leather Belting,
Hemp and - Rubber Packing.
IRON, NAILS, STEEL, GLASS
431.73.ci.
aa3.cl 3PI:7IMrrY.
Turpentine and Varnishes.
Carriage Trimmings, Saddlery
Hardware, Hubs, Spokes,
Felloes, &c.
STOVES,
TIE;
SHEET IRON
AND
COPPER-WARE
Of all kinds executed in ]he best manner, on reason
able terms. Our stock comprises everything, In
our line, bas been bought for csgseniEc, at
LOW FIGURESoncI . wo aro tic t to bo undersold.
Dealers supplied at New York Jobbers
Prices.
L. B.{ANDERBON, A. L. OOLITTLE.
WUllevillo, N. T., Juno 16,1666-1 trios
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE !
TTE r`bei• roopootfully Informs tte citizens of
T
Cloda,raport and The piibllc In general, that. ho
has opened
READY !MADE
CLOTHING STORE,
,GILLETT'S • BLOCK
WELLSVILLE,
ALLEGANY CO., N.Y.
One door below
ANDERSON d• DOOLITTLE'S
HARDWARE STORE,
Whore will be found at all times, a Complete Aesort
moat, and latest styles of
CLOTHING,
HATS,
CAPS,
FURNISHING GOODS,
Our motto is
Cheap for gash, Quick Sales,
Sinai/ Profits, But One Price.
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New Goode received every week.
Call and examine our Goode a 1 Prices before going
elsewhere.
June 19.-3 m
WHITR—"INES.—In But Sbaron.• the
afternoon of tbo Sdinsl., by N. Parrnentor, Esti,;
S. J. Whilla and M.S. JONES, all of East Sharon..
,
Itch I. Itch ! Itch. I. -
SCRATCH ! -SCRATCH 1-:, SCRATCH 1
WHEATONIS OIiniTMENT, ,
„ ••
. .
•<- Win Cure tbe Itch in' Hours!
.
Also cares SALT RHErf, :ULCER'S, C u t.
BLAINS, end all EAUFTI NS , 1 0F THE SKIN.
nibs 60 cents. For sale by a l drtigglsts. By sending
60 cents to WEEKS & ,POITER, Sole Agents, 170
Washington street, Beaton, It. will be forwardettby
mall, free . of poetage,to any' part of the United States.
Junel., 1868. sp.notlce wky I,yr; . . •
& FL T. ANTHONY & CO-,
' Manufacturers of PhotograpidoMaterials,
WEIOLLSALX ♦YA RETAIL, .
501 3Brosulway,,New X.ork.
In addition to our main butsineas; of PHOTO.
GRAIIHIC IdATEHIALS we are Headquarters for
the fqllowizng, viz, ' t , •
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STEREOSCOPES R'STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS .
Of Airtericau &nd Ftireigtt .Clties and Landscapee
Otoups, Statuary, etc. ,
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS Or THE WAR,
From negetlVe.s made In thevarions.eampaigns and
forming a complete Photographic histhry of the great
contest.
•
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS ON GLASS,
Adapted for either the Magic Lantern or the Store.
°scope. Our Catalogue will be sent to any address
on receipt of Stamp. ; •
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.
We manufacturemOre lamely than any other house,
about 200 varieties from -50 cents to $5O each , Our
AL AIMS bavevi:e reputation of being superior in
beauty and durability to any others.
Card Photographs of Generals, States
._man, Actors, etc.,. eto.
Our Catalogue embraCes over FIVETHODSAND
different subjects. including reproduellions of the
most celebrated Engravings. Paintings,tatttes, etc.
Catalogues sent on receipt of stamp. "
Photograplsrrs andhthers ordering goods C. O. D.,
will please remit 21 per cent of the amount with
their order. • . ,
Ear The price!' anr, quality of our godds cannot
Ldl to.satisfy. •
[June 19.
HOWELL 't JOHNSTON ,
PHOTOGRAPHERS! •
QUCCESSORS of Sinith 6:4ll.ltchell,i would an
nounee to the public that they are permanently.
located at the New Rooms over Manning's Jewelry
Store, where he will carry on the business of PllO-
TOURAPHING, in the highest style of the art.
We respectfully sollcit,ra call at our Rooms, where we
flatter ourselves we cell give perfect satisfaction. We
are doing tin Pictureii In all the, Pewest styles, with
or without oases. Call and examine specimens.
110 WELL & JOHNSTON.
Coudersport, June 10, 1866
NOTICE lOF APPEALSI.
United Stat•s , Ezeis Tax! .4latenth Conte-
lion District of Pennsylvania, comprising the
counties of. Centre, Clinton, Lucinningi. Tioga
and Potter. ' f
I
•ATOTIC.E., is hereby given, pursuant to, The
11 Mine of Section 19th of the Act Juno .
3',lth, 1664 that the list of , valuations, nssessmentr or
enumerations, made under the Interna' Revenue
Laws, and taken by the several Assistant AsSeseors
of this District, will remain open at i their 43t9ces for
the space of ten days prior to tho' dote fixed to bear
appeals, for the examinati u of all perions interested.
The Assessor will receive and determine appanlN
relative to the erroneous or exceesive Valuations Cr
enumerations, as follows • r I .
In Potter Co., at Coudersport, Saturday, Juno M,
" Tioza "NV ellsboro', Tudsday, " 28,
" LYcoming " Williamsport, Thursday, " 28, i "
" Clinton " " Lock Haven, Friday, " 29,
" Centre," a Bellefonte, Saturday, ,“
An appeal to the Ai5Cll5Ol" racist be made in.writ.
ing, spzeifying the matter respecting which a dents
ton is requested and stating the ground of Ineqiutlity
or error complained of. R: U. FORSTER, 1
Bellefonte, Pa., June 7th, 1866. 1 Asses Sot.
An Invention 01',
Brom • i'steat
_ I
METAL TOP '
Jo
\ • .
i - LAMP ICHIMNEY,
1
40 r , THAT WILL HOT BREAK
h, Iv,
. BY B.EATi, . I .
• 1
I • I Burns up all gas and smoke,
. - I,s . never breas.s by putting on e
• ' shade; short, mid net ter,-
heavy : is easily . cleaned by
D •
m rer t v r i e n r 4 ;ec t t op e. A i g ne l;ac k t n , o t iv h n e ,
—and is fast superseding ;nil
,„. others where it has been an
1W .trodu ced- ' I I
No dealer can afford to; be
:'
....... .'
NEW with 3 ll I. l A t v M t a h r P e r n l e
n . CHIMNEY s t , i
~.....,
i C 0. ,.
..
of R. Tol
AMERICAN WITCH
Made at WALTHAM; MASS.
It is madc on the best principles. Its frame
is composed of SOLID PLATES, NO jar can
interfere with the harmon'y of its working and
no sudden 'shock cart damage its machinery.
Every piece is made and finished by machinery
(itself famous for is novelty, as well as for
its effectiveness) and is therefore properly
made. The watch is what ,all mechanism
should be--ACCURATE, SIMPLE, STRONG
AND ECONOMICAL. (Except' some hind'
:trades, too costly for ,general use, foreign
watehrs are chiefly made by women and boys.
uc't watches are composed ofseveral hundred
ideces, setew..fd and riveted together, and re
quire constant repairs to keep them in any
kind of order. All persont rpo have carried
"nacres," .g.epines" and lEnglish Patent
Levers," are parfectly well aware of the truth
of this statement.
JOB-WORK
, .
At the beginning , of our ent e rprise, more
than ten years ago, it was our firs} oject to
make a thoroughly good low-priced watch for
the million, to take;the place of these foreign
impositions—the refuse of foreign factoiies—
which were entirety unsaleable at homir and
perfectly worthless'everywhere.
How well we have accomplished, this may
be understood frOin the fact, that after so
many years of public ttial, ws now make MORE
THAN HALFOF ALL THE WATCHES SOLD
IN THE UNITED STATES,and that no others
have ever g•ven sucti universal satisfaction.
While tit's department of our business is con
tinued wish increased facilities for perfect
work, we are at present engaged in the Man
ufacture of watches of the HIGHEST
GRADE KNOWN TO CHRONOMETRY; un
equalled by anything hithertO made by our
selves, and unsurpassed by anything made in
the, world. For this purpose we have the
ampleatfacilities. We have erected an addition
to our main buildings expressly for this branch
of our business, and have filled it with the
best workmen in our service. New machines
and appliances have been Constructed, which
perform their work with consamate delicacy
and exactness. The choicest and most ap
proved materials, only are used and we chal
lenge ,compalison between this grade of. our
work and the fineet imported
,chronometers.
we do not pretend to.-sell our watches for,
lest money than foreign watches, but We 'do
assert without fear of contradiction that for
the same money our product is incomparably
superior. All our watches,of whatever grade
are fully warranted and his warrantee is good
at nil times against'us or our agents in all
parts of the world. , I
CATION.—The -
TRUNKS
public, are cautioned .to
buy only of respectable dealers. ' All persbns
selling counterfeits will be , prosecuted.
BOBBINS & APPLETON,
AGENTS FOR TUE AMERICAN WATCH +COMPANY,
Aprlsml !Inn BROADWAY, N. Y.
H. K. OPP.
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DIARBiED•:
PHOTOGRAPHIC.
RRASONS WHY THE
XS THE BEST.
GOOD NEWS
AND
NEW GOODS
STIANGEi
• Z. 4
IMMT7IM
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
-BARGAINS I_ BARGAINS I
No attention paid to 'the emit . of
GOODS.
Prompt conformtty. to the Lowest
Market Trir,es is our , established
RULE.
We-are determined to give the
public the Benefit of the FALL,
this time.
We shall try to prove.-the Rule
"Works both iVtiysi7
You Paid high prices when goods
went up, we will see to, it that
you poi low prices no W, GOODS'
.
Are down,
Otheis •may go down, bat we do
, not Intend to be beaten.
All we ask is icr give us a Call.
Shop as much as you please, If
you know our prices we feel sure
of a sale.
We are In for the trade tht, spring
and are determined that.
•
c. S. & E. A. JONES
Shall take the lead furnishing this
section of :he Country with the 'tiest
articles for the least money. Oars is the
Store where that canrbe done.. COME,
SEE, and b 0 CONVINCED.
AIS kind's of
Cotton Goods!
ITC are now offering at prices which , tan
not full to strike the purebaser as
4a12.45aa3
CALICOES WITH TUE STARCH
OUT OF BOTH CLOTH AND.
1P3M14030
BROAD-CLOTH,
Plain & Fancy Ca,ssimeres
STANDARD MUSLINS
E3leached and TJnbleached
Ivliislins of all Prices : ,
Flannels of all' Colors.
SILK & LINEN . ,
HANDKERCHIEFS.
• ,
SPOOL, COTTON.
Ticking, Striped Shirting,
Denims. Crash. toweling
T.ADIES I DRESS GOODS,
All-Wool Delaines, Amer. Delaines.
Mohair Instres,
GROCERIS,
Of all kinds. COFFEES, WHITE At BROWN
SUGARS, YRUP 4- COMMON MOLASSES,
GREEN At' BLACK TEAS, SPICES of all
kinds. A great variety of the best brands of
SMOKING At CHEWING TOBACCO. Coin
Brooms, Cedar Buckets; No. 1 and 2 Mackerel,
Labrador Herring, Hams 4- Shoulders.
Also,
DRUGS and MEDICINES, •
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HARDWARE; ho.
REMEMBER WE PAY THE • MOLEST
PRICE FOR COUNTRY I PRODUCE.
C. N. E. A. JONES.
Coudersport, June 5., 1866
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