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To POTTER , COUNTY JOURNAL
Coudersport, Tuesday Evening, MR:I4, 1865
Local aiad. Gene :I
of- Messrs. Larrabee Pieite tiVistd si
b ea r in Summit township, last night. ';
.0" The Silver Skirt adveitiskl in Atiother
colunin is tlie "present rage,
tgr Ddoss Geoung Lae opened a newißlack
snail Shop at Brooldand. Gise him a 'MIL
has yielded a full average crop:
The counties of Cameron, 11 1 1Ctlan add
Warren hake instructed for Hon. Glenn' WI
Scofield' for Congress. 1
Tbere will be . preaching in the ITresty
tertan Cliureb, next Sabbath morning r,lt. 1034
o'clock by ReVt Blr.Anderson,- Germantown..
ReV.lMr. Ripley delivered a vei.y inter;
esun c ,c , lecture on the subject of Ternperunce in
the 11.E.Church,on tfiday evening of last week:
Don't forget' the speech by •Hon.Oslusha
A. Griar, on Thurday afternoon—Convention
day. He was at , one time Speaker of-the Naz.
tional House, of Representatives. Is lan able
man with an intimate knowledge of thelpersons
aid questions now agitating the publicimincL
VirDo not fail -to read the article Xakinv
Treason Odious." It is froth one a the incia
Conservative papers on reconstruction4•in the
cOuntry. 'President Johnson's course will se-
care just the opposite of what he desires.
vrlVe notice that several young gefitlernen
in our village, while prompnading the! streets
with ladies, smoke and puff away a an , old stub
of a cigar! If the ladies .‘chaw'" snuffi it's all
right; perhaps it's fashionablelf
by all means.-114llarille Prca.R.
Comment is unnecessary 1
ar Friend Bowman in his orticle.on Con
ems speaks Of patronage given Potter county.
11l he state what it was—it would be. news to
some in this section. If Clinton counkir
ticiOns are quarreling about the patronage given
'Potter, they are qtrarrelling about that which
is much smaller than Esau ' s mess of pot age.
••-••111a10-•4. - •re• r ,
Sr tar "The ox knoweth his crib and thc'ass
his master's corn." Col. 3P Candless, President
',lid We Clymer Soldiers' Convention lately held
in Harrisburg, and who left the army when Mc-
Clellan left, has been appointed Collector of
;Customs at - Pittsburg ! This , is the pay he is to
receive for playino•" puppet.
tors i . V. C. DYKE i. Agent for Shaw tt:
Clark's Se Wing Machines. This is the.BEST
cheap Sewlng . Machine ever offered for sale, and
the only one in market fur less than $4O which
can be sold, bought, or used with satety, as no
iotherslTC fully licensed. Three 'varieties, with
!or 'without Tabks. inquire at the J otax4t, office.
- vgrWe publish this week,"a history of the
'first session of the 39th Congress" as p'repared
fot f ilie New'York Tribune. All would well
to ead it, and then lay. it away for fut. e refer
once, as it contains many things about which
there will be more or less dispute, and it will
betTonvenieut to bare daring the Campaign.
The Reydblicans of Cameron county
••Ittminated - tte foltivcing County ticket. on the'
j Treasurer- - --Philko Lewis;
•Sitriff—Lieiit. R. 31' 0
Commissioner—j. DI Smith,
1 District Attorney—J. H. Vosbuit •
CoronerDr IV.Hat Ito•
auditors--Jolm Beall., 3 sears; J. W-. Phelps
ar An attginpt was made when the Harris
burg delegation rasestheir.retn &Gin 'York,
to Murder God. Curtin i`nd Genqsral Geary, by'
shooting into Lthe car they 'vck knOWn to oc
:cupy. The riscals had stationed themselves
on the Ontsldits of the tovia And as the train
passed it Was fired into end 'Clubs and stones
were also thrown. —'Phis is carrying! out the
-Copperhead pnlicv,'"if you 'canna defeht a man
murder him.' ff Mr. Clytner's friends expect
to gain votes 'for him by suila proceedings they
will find in 0 Abber that they very- much mis
judged' the character bf the_people of the State.
Oct IN CArrAitAgcs semnito have
been decided It last that Oil is to be produced'
in this county in paying quaniitits-. The well
sunk'near tbeimouth of Limestohe Creek,in the
town. of Carrolltou,about seventeen Wiles from
this village, commenced pumping oil hist week
and up to this time has prodnutd an z4verage of
five barrels per Inv. Gentlemen of experience
from this village visitd the well on Mottday,and
ull agree that the above estimate is not an ex
nggeration. The well 13 1232 fret-deep, dud
fifteen sixteenths of it is owned by .Mr. Muses
Of New York: It is believed that the daily
product of the well will be materially increaSed
though at present rate, five barrels per day, it
is good fol'a net profit of $6,000 per yeai.—
This result will doubtless give anew impetus to
• oil speculation and development in this Co
Oka Times. •
MraTheßepublicans of Mnrettn have none-!
mated for .
Assembly—E. Hanililt, Stnethport;
, y,:-,ciate Judges—A. W.Taylur, Smethport;
A. T. Barden, Eldred;
Dist. Attorney—NV:W. Brown, of Smethport;
Treasurer—Thos. Malone, of Smethport; •
Sheriff—B. T. Wright, of Lafayette
Prothonotary and Register and Rec Orde—
r R. Chadwick, Sruethixn - t;
Commissioner—P. M. Fuller, Bradford;
AuditorkF. D. Wheeler, of Eldred;
Coroner—M. A. Sprague, of Smethport.
Messrs.l . S. D. Freeman, L. Rog!rs, and W.
'Crawford were appointed Congressional Con
Messrs. J. R. Chadwick, L.R ogers. and W.W
Brown, conferees to attend Conference for the
nomination of a candidate for Assembly.
r ff -The Clinton and Lycoming copperhead
papers are very much exercised about - the prob.
ablelnominationi of Hon. S. F. Wilson.. Think
republicans shouldn't do it,and give many rea
sons which to one who has the interests of the
country at heart, seem very curious—Why, are
you so much troubled about our candidate? You
say yiziu will carry the district-What difference
does, it make who we take for our standard
bearer—the more objectionable the better satis
fied you should .be, as the victory would be
easier. Trot out your own man; we know you
have been ( laboring very, hard to secure some
weak-kneed republican to vote I for, but lthe
chances are you will fail. So, don't wait, but
g i ve us a real nice, true-blue, sulphurous cop
perhead, a rebel who will be embraced by a
Packer and hugged by a Gamble, one who can
honestly and consistently work and pray that
'the country may go to the devil!" • You have
such men—plenty of them. Don't hesitate!
if Wright has spore money, which he is foolish
enough to waste in the contest, Tutt him! He
is as good as apy I All you really need is a
name and a' purse—but by all (means secure the
latter, or your father's beverage might 1:r.
'wanting . in some localities and that prove your
- 'loir The' . Prea'c'hers'" Meeting in Misplace
/saw* i+.ld very pleasant sessioniond adopts
ed among'thers.the:following msolutions i , • -
Resolved, That we are highly ratified with
unr visit to Condemport, and panel:daily with
the cordiality Mid kiednes which the members
and friends of the place have received and
treated us, and i that ;we .do hereby- tender to
them our hearty thanks and that 'lvd shall pray
that the.best b le ssing of .Providence and Grace
may ever rest upon theni. : 1 - •
Resolved, That we respectfully proient this
resolution of our association for publication in
1 the Potter Journal. .
1 1 CouderspottiiAtg. Lisps} _
"ri•GerastinsitiOil is the Thief of Tithe.
Too many allow themselves to go - without
proper llourisliment, andLbefore they know it
have the dyspePsizi in the worst way. Indiges
tion, unless speedily attended to, will certainly
produce sickn4s and ill health. We know of no
remedy equal to Poe's Dyspepsia Cure in such
cases, It enables the patient to take hearty
food; the - pared of health, stops distress after
eating as soon as you take it, and is a perfect
regulator of the stomach and bowels. •
The iEtna's L the Poitlarid !
The total am anti covered by -Etna Policies
on property des roved or damaged. is 4206,85.1
on which salv e will be about 5 per tent Our
total loss will n teary much from s2oo,ooo,and
is being promp adjusted and paid. This
sum is 5 per cm!, upon the :assets, a; figure but
paid Government last year, of a proportion equal to
a $5OOO loss for a: company of $100;000 assets.
The necessity for insurance and the value of
wealthy, strong corporations, is forcibly illus
trated 'by this fire: Ilrieveral weak : insurance
Companies are duaroyed. Portland has a pop-
Ulatie n of 35,000 ;-was handsomely built,rnoStiv
fine brick or stone structures—protected and
screened with upwards of 30001shane trees—
bounded on three sides by water—indeed,liter
ally, alittest rising from the ocean=and With a
good steam fire department—yet it has $lO,-
000,000 of property consumed in a few hours—
upon a holiday, when it people are least occu
pied—from the very iniignicant eause of a con
temptible fire cracker. I -
Renlember the trifling origin of fires that
sweep 'away in a few hours the earnings of years
Consider your best interest*and give the .Etna.
agent' call if von need pfoper nsurane.e se
c.uritY. Policies issued at fair terms.
DI: W. SPAL A RNEY, Agent.
Co l udersport, July 27, 1866. tf.
Patenied March '7 1865.
MORE DURABLE, I
And, will keep its shape, and retain its place
- - better than anyJcither Skirt.. ;
This new and beautiful SOO of Skirt was awarded.
by the Gassy AMERICAN INSEITIITICEAIN, held in New
York City, October,l66s, a
.111. , i7iCar • Wit" .
THE HIGHEST PREMIUM jEVER GIVEN FOR A HOOP
- The Steel Springs are wound with a fine plated
wire (in ipince of a cotton covering) which will not
wear offlor become soiled, and the whole Skirt may
be woul.wwirpouT INJURE or fear of rusting arid-will
be as goad as new. I . ,
COMBINATION SILVER SKIRT
-This livetition combines With!the ordinary cotton
Skirt the atannigys of our Silver Skirt the bottom
hoops are the same as those used in the Silver Skirt,
the coverin g ofisvhich asnnot• weir Off, while the up.
per ones aro covered with cotton. No lady having
once worn one of our Starts will be willing to wear
any other, as the lower - hoops of all- other kinds are
' soon injured and soiled. '
The best materials are used la their construction,
! and tram their durability aria.nebtuess, they are des.
' tined to became 1 -
- • A FAVORITE SEIRT!
Iri , OciuderFort, by -P, A. STEBBINS Sr
1.C0., D. I. OLMSTED, CHARLES S:
ijONES,4 nd N. M. GL&SSMIREt
At ROulet, by 0. WEBB.
I, U. IS. Harpank,lTravelirig Agq.,
.Apg. 13.-6 m 32. Conrtlandt St. N. T.
H• &H. T ANT II oxy . & co-; ,
ilandacturiri of Photographic Matartala ~
! 7aol l i ss.,Lis AND DFTAIL,
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In addit'ion to dtir iiiniln tiqrtinkhe of PHOTO
G RAH IHC biIiTEIALS we aro Headquarters for
tlfo following, vii.!
' . tftRtOSCOOE a-STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS
Of American: and !F reign Cities and Landscapes,
Groups, Statuary, etc. • i -
'STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS bi THE WAR,
Prornlnegativeamade in thevariou• cturipaign• and
fortning a comphite Photographic history of the gtaat
1 . STEREOSCOPIC V I EWS ON GLASS,
Adapted for either the Magic Lantern or the Stare.
osetipe. Our Catalogue will ho sent to any addresi
on receipt of Stainp; ; I.
. , ..
P:HOTOGRAP,HIC ALBUM S .
We manufacture more largely than any other lions°,
about WO variba fromlso cents to; 50 each i Our
ALEIPSIS haveOm reputation of being superior in
beauty and du i tillity to any others..
Card Photogra i ths lof Generale, States:
;mini ctors, etc., etc, •
Otir Catalogue i lembraces over PritE TEIGUSAND
different subjects, including reproductions of the
most celebrated Engravings. Paintings, Statues, eta*.
Catalogues sent tin receipt of stamp.
PhotogYaphersjand others ordering gobda 0:0. I).,
will please remit 25 per cent of the amount with
.1 • j I
Ea' Thb prices and 'quality of our goods cannot
fdl to satieff. ! r i 6e90, 1 [Juno 19.
A NEW PERFUME FOR THE HANREERCHIER
Phulonla ii Night Blooming herewith
Nigw BloOmmg Ceretts. ,3
1 6 1 6 Night Blooming Cereus.”
Pholon4 Night Blooming Cerens.”
, Night Blooming Cereno.”
A most exanialte, delicate, and Fragrant Perfume,
distilled from tile rare and ;beautiful flower from
which it takes Its name. I •
gerinfactured bnly by .
BEWARE O 1 Co
VITHBRE.AS the,Hon. Robert G. White tee en
V V • - :',Tiidgei - and the Tiona.-0,- , 5.--Jones and G. G.
Colvin, Associate judges of the Courts of Over 6;
'Terminer and General Jail Delivery, Quarter See
of the Peace, Orhans' Court and Court of Com
mon Pleas forthe COunty,of Potter, have Issued their
precept., bearing date the Twenty-third day of June,
in the year of our Lord One Tedusand Eight Hondred
and Slaty-SiN,erld to me directed. for bolding a Court
of Oyer and erminer and General Jail Delivery.
Quartee Sessiotusof.the Pewee, Orphans' Court, and
Court c'..f Common Pleas, in the Borough Of Couders-
Port, on MONDAY, the 11th city of September next,
and to :Continue One week •
Notloe is therefore hereby given to the Coroners,
Jtusticei-of the Peace andCOnetables within the
county; that they be then and there in their proper
persons, at 10 o'clock - A. M. of said day, with their
rolls, records, inquisitions, eisminations. and other
remembrances, to do those ithings which to their
offices appertain to ho done, And those who are
bound by their recognizances , to prosecute against the
prisoners that' ere or shall be in the jail of said county
of Potter, are to be. then and there to prosecute
against them es will lie just. 1 .
Dated at Couderspurt, August 'l3, 1866. ',and the
90th year of the Independence of the United Stales
of America. W.'W. BROWN, SheritT.
.i Oriihati's Court Sale:
:DIY virtue of
i n order of the Orphan's Court of
Potter Cou ty, Pa., the undersigned, Adminis
trator of LEST SR FLING late of Ulysses Tovroship,
de :eased, will offer fur sale, on the premises, in Lew
S.AVIRDAY, the 15th. day of &Timber neat
the following described Real Estate, to wit : All that
certain tract of land or Village Lot situate in Ulysses
tp., bounded as follows, viz: Beginning at a peat the
north-east corner thereof, thence south 2 degrees
west 8 rods to a poet, thence north 88 degrees west 8
reds, thence north 2 degrees east 8 rods, thence south
88 degrees east 8 rode to the place of beginning ; Con
taining 64 sqttare rods of laud, and being part of a lot
of land couvered.by deed from Bingham Estate top.
A . Lewis. The tit:fp:oven:tents consist of a one and
a half story frame Louse and a small frame barn.
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock P. M. To be sold for
Cash: LOTS FLING COOF,
Aug.43,1866.-4t Adm'r.of Lester Fling, dec'd.
TnEICONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OP
Published for the benefit and as a Caution to Young
Men and others, who suffer from Nervous Debility,
Premature.Decay * of Manhood, sec., supplying at the
same time the means of Self-C ire. By one who haa
cured himself after Undergoing :onsiderable quackery '
By - enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope, single
copies, free of charge, may be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Erg.,
lyapJ) 30 Brooklyn, Rings Co., N. Y.
The superstitions of antiquity fife only "food
for laughter" at the 13fesent day, and yet this
accomplished with the aid' of science. For
example: grey, sandy or red hair is
IClianged in a DI went,
to the richeA conceivable bla k at brclam, by
a simple application of
Cristadoto's Irl"hix• LP ye,
Man factured by 4. CRISTAHORO, C. Astor
Ho/se, New 'York. ; Sold by Dru gg ists. Ap
plied by all Hair Dressers. [June 19.
TO CONSUMPTIVE - S.: .
The advertiser, having been restored to health in
a feW weeks by a very simple remedy, after having
suffered for several years with a severe lung affection,
andlthat dread dfsea:,e Consumption—is anxious to
maki known to his fellow-sufferers the means of
Tuall who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge), with the directions,
for preparing and using the same,which they will
find -a. SURE CURE for Consumption. Asthmaj
Bronchetis, Coughs„Coldli, and all Throat and Lun
Affections. The only object of thd advertiser iu
sending the Prescription is to be.nefit the •afilicted,
and ¢prcad information which he conceives to be in
valuable, and he hopes every sufferer will, try his
remedy, nalt will cost them uothidg, and may prore
Pirties wishing the prescription, rasa, by return
mail, will pleasr address
Rev. EDWARD A. ,WILSON,
Williamsbargh, Rings Co.; Ile York..—ElyjyB
Admintstratoes N 'item,
TXTHEREAS Letters of, Admit)! [ration on the
V 1! - Estate of JOSEPK A. lID.:GE , ate of Keat
ing 'township, deceased, ha - Ve been fitted to the
undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are
reonested to make immediate pay ent; and those
having just claims against the same should present
them. duly authenticated; for settlement, to I I
July 2-1 ' I , 1.566. CLIARIES tincGEE, Adseiri
, STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
Every young lady and gentleman in the United
Stites can hear something much to their advantage
by! return mall (free of charge,) by addressing the
undersigned. Those who have fermi of being bum
buged will oblige by not noticing this card} All
others will please address their obedient er van
Taos. F. CHAPMAN,
831 Broadway, New York.--flyjyB.
tiILYSSE ACACiEWiII ! !
Potter. Co., Pa.
F. X. 40HNSON, Principal.
Mrs. NETTIE J. GRIDLEY, Preceptress,
dies GERALDINE WOOD, . Instrumental Music.
Fall Tel m opens Tuesday, September 11, 1888.
Winter ". " December 11, 1868.
Spring " " March 14, 1867.
Students are EARNESTLY SOLICITED to be present at
Classes will be arranged to accUmthodatelLL.
Students; before entering their classes, will pay for
half a Term and the Ineidisntal Fee ; the balance to
be paid at the middle of the Term. No dedrictiora
will be triads OD tiOCOthlt of Students leaving, etcept
in cases of sickness..
iSOcial and moral cultbee rbbeite dub attention:
We will labor EARNESTLY for the welfare of those
who may come under Our instruction.
.Test-Books can be obtained at the Institutiorl.
Itotims can be rented and Bdarding Obtained in pri
tate families at reasonable rates. . •
Tattled per Terra :
'English Dirnbhee; . 00
, Languages and, nigher Mathematics,, 8 00
I !Drawing and Book. Keeping, each (extra) iOO
Instrumental Music, ' 8 00
• t Use of instrument, 2 00
'Dissolution of Partnerslip..
NOTICE is hereby given that the. copartnership
heretofore existing under the name of M.,Nelsod
Has this day been dissolved by mutual cohseht:
Those nii•lng.tbb firm will make payment to Mason
Nelson, and these having claims ar,ainet it Will rte.
sent them to him for Settlement - .
• MASON NELSON,
Aug. 6, MS, FRANK. PHELPS.
Jhe bushings will bh, C:cintintied at the same
place by the undersigned, where be will b. pleased to
see all his Old and many new eustomets.
. . . . .
.BOUNTY .CO LLECTED
WILL attend tp the Collection of Bounty, under
the late act of Congress equalizing Bountiei, 'fo
alielio iriak apply to me personally' or by Mail.
A dOe.s, JOHN C. JOHNSONJ • - 1
1 , AtCy at Lawi Emporium, Pt.
, Anal. 6. 1866.-4 w I I
Tll undersigned' Auditor appoietedle Court
j_ of the County of Potter, to distribute money_ in
the hand's of the Administrator of the Estatel of Wm.
Nelson Howe, late of Bingham township, dee'd, to
and amongst those legally entitled thereto, Will meet
all parties ietereeted, at the kcgister's Olft6 lin the
Borough of Coudersport, on Wednesday, thellsth day
of August 1866, at 2 o'clock P. .11., to attend to the dti
ties of said appointment. DAN' BARER, Auditor.
Coudersport, July 3,1566, • I
11 • Auditor's Notice!
tinderslined AiviitOr appointed by the Coiart
I_ Of the County of Potter, to distribute mono In
the hands of the Adminlstrti 3
Administrator of the Estates' of A.
Corey,late of Ulysses tonmahlb; dee'd,te and amongst
those legally entitled thereto,wlll.meet all parties in
teregted, at the Register's alee in the Betrbngh df
'Coudersport, on Wednesday, the loth day of Augutit
1860, at 2 o'eloek r..u..t0 attend to the duties Of said
' appointment. ' DAN BAKER, Auditor:
COudersport, July 3,196 e.
HE undersigned Auditor appointed by theConit
of the County of Potter, to Aistributo money in
the hands of the Administrator of, the Estate of N.
Schoomaker late of the Borough of Couderspoit,dec'd
to and amongst those legally entitled thereto, will
meet all parties Interested. at the registers (liffice In
the Borough of Coudersport on Wednesday, the 15th'
day of August, 1866,at 2 o'clock P.M:. to attend tO the
duttes of said appointment.,PAN WLEB,Auditor ,
Condsmort, Jay 3, Ists.
MON, New York.
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Headquarters for Bargains !
LATEST SPRING STELES,
THE: epp.R. ,
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tipkiVINIOTH STOCK OF
The Propriet'prs of the POPULAR CORNER STORr. are
determined to supply this market with the best quality of.
DRY-GOODS,I'HAT & CAPS, HARDWARE, DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, VARIiISHEt ; AND PATENT MEDICINES
PL I OUR FEED & PROVISSON
3~n}~, 23, 189:
ODDER SPORT AND SHiPPhN
MESSRS. GLABBILIME dally ithe
of Stages will leave Coudersport, until further
notice, at 8 o'clock in the morning, arriving in' shlp
pen about o'Clack in the afternoon; and will leave
ehippen on the arrival or the re/rnlng train; at 10:30,
arriving in Cendersport.abdut o'clock V.
Travelers are refered to the `Lime - Table of the Phil-
Pelphin & E.He ltailreittd,whiat will be found . adver-
Med itirthis fiae . r, for farther baitihulars about the
Advantages of ,s 3 route: York pa.spengersvill
SAVE MILES TRAVEL AND - 5 HOURS TIME
by taking this route in preference to - that of the Erie
EFdltvnY, NO CHANGE OF CAR. BETWEEN
AND NEW YORt.. Fitie, new; com
fortable wagons and good teams rirekept on the Stage
Route. Packages and Expresa ,business attended to
iVith care. D: F. GLASSMIRE,
Condereport. Pa O 9, 136,51.
An Invention of nixie •Aleilti
- 1 \ METAL TOP
LAMP ; CHIMNEY,
, ) THAT WILL NOT BREAK
Burns up all gas and smoke;
never breaks by putting on a
i r ,, ,,,1 .,
~. shade; short, and not toP
heavY; is easily Cleaned .by
gm - remdving top; in faet; the
.",•il ' :zoos t perfect chinaney. known
;—and is fast superseding all
' iothers where it has been in:
itrodueeci. , .. .
No'deeler can aora. to be
INEW LAMP CHIMNEY CO.;
• - ,e.,... I__ ta w.rreti St:i N; T.
STORE: can alwass lie i found the best
Cooking,;l3o.x and parlor'
Aiso.TIN nhd SHEET ;IRON WARE, , POTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BQWLS,
PRYING-PANS; SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. Also,, •
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
is well made and the nahterial good. Good
and substantal EAVES-TROCGIIS pinup in
any part of the ,COurity r —Terniscas. toady
Pay of all kinds, ,including, Cash, seldom
Store bn Ittaita Stitet opposlta the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug 1, 1863.-50'
IT will remove all hinds of Grease, Tar, Sc., from
the finest CLOTH, without stain, and cleans KID
GLOVES without marring them. Sent, postpaid,
rcir 50 eents pet bdttle.. 100 *tittles .V. 5.4. an bottles, $l5.
Address, I). 11. PINOBET,
rrntil further notice, the Office of the Estate in
V Coudersport will be per.t only during Coart
Weeks ; at which time Mr. Ensworth will bo there.
fie will also be in Smethport daring the Weeks of
Com t iti MeEean Cotirity. i
Persons who have business wjth the Estate arc re
quested to meet him at tho6e , time..
Letters on business addressed to the Office at 'Wells.
borp', will be promptlylanewered.
, May 1,1566. WILLIAM li. CLYMER.
—AGENTS for six
$94) entire_yl :tlevv° nth l
Irrtieles, just Out. Adtlrt se
0:1. GARB 1", City Puildtog.Biddeford,llaitm.
unable Dress Good
P. A '6tEttleiNS & o:il'i'
O Swa YO, PA.
Would respectfully inforin the citizens of Pot.;
ter county that he is receiving, weekly; front
New York, slipplieti of
DRY GEIObS; _ ,
EARTHEN and CHINA=WARE, &o:i -Stes
lie is determined
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLOI-,
Highest Mullet Flies Pad for and WI
kinds of Conntry Produce:
Feeling thankful for past favors lid hopdo by
honeit and fair dealing td nierli a contientAncii
CALL AND TRY THE PRICES!
(Nwayo, May 22-6ra
Orphans' iCbuit Sale.
- nit virtue of an order of theOrph DoUrt of P.,i;
tor county: Penn's, the undersigned tfoilidlati
the persori add entate of FRANK J. ROSSNIAN, ta
minor). will offer at Public Sale, on the pretnisov s tin
laweden township, the following desailbEd real itit:o
A certain tract of land in said township benin6ine•
a poist in the centre of the Potter and latcorning
pike and in the north line of lard late n i
of B. F. Iloilo, thence west 276 and 4 - l othe I,Crelp-4
to a post ; thence north 47 .and 8-10ths perches to 3
pdst ; thence east CO4 arid 1740i:the pereht4 id a - Ty , ;
thence soOth 4234 degrees cast 12 and 810 perches •••
a poet ;
thence north 49 and three - fourths - argr. ea
easOtland 7-10tbs_perches to post ; thenei -:lath 17
and three•fldurths degreet east 54 and 6 ?Mho , perch-s
to a po.t ; thende death 28 degrees wait 16 and; -10h.os
perches to the place. of Conta'nion•
Seventy-four and Five•tarilli acres, tihodt Tirvity
five acres of which are Improved, and a franc dted
ling house thereon. Hale to he taade on the 25th day .
of. inguat, /I. D. 1866, at 1 o'clOck in Lie :inCioOoil of
Bald day. Terms. Cann in hand.
RICHARD H. 8111TH, ZI a-III:limn.
Cdudersport, July 24, 1866. •
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