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THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
]j the only paper published in Potter county
tirculates amoug an intelligent class of peo
ple, and is thus an excellent medium for both
£itr and Country Advertising.
Transient Advertisements and those from a
distance must be Cash or have responsible re
ference.
All communications, to receive attention,
must l>o directed to the Editor, and contain
tbe name of the writer. No attention paid to
anonymous communications.
TERMS. —Cue copy,one year, §1; Six copies
$5 ; Twelve copies, Sid ; Twenty copies, $lB,
with one tc the person raising the Club. The
money must accompany the names.
Coudersport, Wednesday Evening Oct. 29,1fcG2.
Local and. General.
gigfWood wanted at this office, on Sub
scription. A few cords of line wood imme
diately?"
A few extra copies of the Journal,
containing the List of Volunteers from
this Couuty, are for sale at this office.
PUFFING AWAY. —A boy tills his pipe,
and he sees only the tobacco: but I see
going iuto that pipe, brains, books, time,
health, money, prospects. The pipe is
filled at last,a light struck ; and the tilings
which are priceless are carelessly puffed
away.
Solders Relief.
The United States Sanitary Commis
sion sry, "You cannot scud us enough of
anything but liut and bandages with
which we are overstocked. There are
9000 men wanting uudcrclothing." Send
'•cotton and flannel shirts, urawers, link
ed socks, slippers," woolen blankets. Any
quantity oi dried apples. Anything that
sick and wounded men can wear or eat.
To THE PEOPLE OF ULYSSES AND AD
JOINING TOWNSHIPS. —In ether parts of
the county and ail over the country, peo
ple are at work providing for the soldiers
s indicated above. Shall we fail of do
ing our part ? A Society has been formed
for the purpose of collecting or receiving
and forwarding such supplies as you will
6eud. Regular meetings : last Saturday
evening in each month at the Ulysses
Academy, when all are invited to attend
nnd bring their donations to a box now
partly Oiled. Officers : L BIRD, Pres.
W. W. Griuley,Yice Prcsd't. Miss AE.
Campbell, Seet'y. Prof. E R Campbell,
Treas. Articles can be left with the Pres
iduut, at Brookland, or the Treasurer, at
Lcwisville.
The Lyceum will give a public session
in the chapel of the Academy, Friday
Eve, Nov. 7, and charge a small admis
sion fee. Ail the money raised to be de
voted to the above purpose. Come all
that can. L. BIRD, Pres't.
A. L. Campbell, Seet'y.
CsiTTn reply to the question : "What
is mostly needed in the Hospitals at pres
ent if" the Sanitary Commission sunt the
following list :
Cotton Shirt**, ordinary size and make.
Cotton Drawers, ordinary size and make.
Flannel Undershirts,, ordinary size and
make. Woolen Drawers, ordinary size
ami make Woolen Stockings. Slippers.
Handkerchiefs, good size. Towels.—
Sheets, 4 feet wide and S feet long
Ring Pads aud Cusiii ns, stuffed with hair
and feathers. Flannel, (by piece.) Sec
ond-hand Clothing. Lint, raveled from
pieces of old damask or iiucn clo.h, cut
four or five inches square, laid straight,
not tied, and packed (irmly in paper box
es. The broken threads in a separate
parcel. Bandages, cotton or linneu.with
out selvedges shrunk, rightly lolled ULU
pinned ;
1 doz. 1 inch, wide, 1 yard long.
2 44 2i 44 44 3 ids. 44
* 44 3 A 44 44 5 yds. 44
2 <i 2 4 4 4 4 3 yds. 44
1 44 3 44 44 4 yds. 44
1 44 4 44 4 4 4 yds. 44
to be picked in papier boxes, or tied up
in bundles containing twelve rolls each,
for the convenience of surgeons. The as
sortment ia each box or bundle to be as
follows :
2 rolls 1 inch wide.
3 44 2A iuches wide.
1 44 8 £ 44 44
3 44 2 44 44
2 4 4 3 44 14
l 4 44 44
Miscelaneous Articles Needed : Farina,
Corn S f arch, Cocoa, Chocolate. Brandy,
Whisky, White Wine—(for wine whey),
Pure Lemon Syrup, Preserves, Jellies,
Dried Fruit and all articles contained in
bottles and jars, in order to carry safely,
should be securely packed in small boxes
marked glassware. Much loss,- from the
breaktDg of bottles and jars, has hereto
fore resulted from their not being prop
erly packed. Woolen Shirts, Drawers,
Socks. Blaukets, aud Quilts at q greatly
needed.
If we don't or won't liiiht it is nothing
more than our piaiu duty to work or pay
for articles which are necessary to the
comfort of the soldiers and which the
Government cannct or at least does not
furnish. The question as to the duty of
the Government decs not take the bur
den from our shoulders, and we should as
a matter of Justice pay for what are ab
solutely necessaries to those who are fight
ing to preserve our lives and property.
Reader, did you know that every col
umn of a newspaper contains from teu to
twenty thousand distinct pieces of metal,
the misplacing of any ODC of which would!
cause a blunder or typographical error?
"With tiiis curious fact before you, don't
you wonder at the genera! accuracy of
newspapers ? Knowing this to be the
you will be more diiposed, we hope,
to excuse than magnify errors of the press.
Our District.
The following is the official vote in the
18th Congressional District:
Hale. Armstrong. Childs.
Centre 2,782 1,419 300
Clinton 1,271 1,038 334
Lycoming 3.081 1,530
Tioga 1,1 17 2,783 5
l'otter 421 1,082
Total 9,272 8,855 039
Ilale's rnaj. over Armstrong 417
A little more effort in Tioga and Potter
would have saved our candidate, but as it
is we have controlcd a stronger straight
Republican vote than we expected. Yet
our defeat is not much of a defeat after
all, for Mr. HALE will no doubt prove
himself hereafter, as he has heretofore,
decidedly too '"black" for the Breckin
ridge clique which gave him its support.
As the Breckites crow so lustily
over their supposed victory and vaunt
theirsupportof the Union as being greater
than that of others, we have a few figures
showing tire proportion of the .Republican
vote in the army which we will be happy
to present to them in our next issue.
jKHyTn our notice of the enterprise of
the American Agriculturist a week or two
since, we did not give the terms of the
I paper. The price is 81 a year and sub
jscribcrs sending now get not only the
| Agriculturist for all of 18G3, but the rest
| of this year, and the map in addition, all
for a dollar. We have received the maps,
and can testify to their value. Address
ORANGE JUDD,4I Park Row, New York
[email protected] B. Peterson and Bros , have
sent us a neat card of Stamp Duties,suit
ed to tlie office of the merchant. It is
I very convenient, and is accurate. Price
10 ceuts per copy.
fiSaFdleligious exercises in the Metho
dist and Presbyterian Churches on next
Sunday mornintr, 10$ o'clock.
£@*Thc rain and snow storm which
! raged during most of last week, injured
many of the orchards iu this county.
A CAUSE OF COMCLAIXT REMOVSD. —In some
of the great cities and tow us the hour dealers
tell their customers that the} - will warrant the
article sold, if they will use exclusively Deland
& Co's Chemical Saleratus, as they know that
white, light, palatable, and whole-sole biscuit
I can be made from good tiour, and without
such the best tiour makes inferior bread. Since
the introduction of this Saleratus, there is less
| complaint about the hour, say the dealers,and
| we believe they know.
mi:i> :
In llomer, Pa., Saturday, Oct. 11, ELLEN
ESTELLE, aged 1 year, G months, and 3 days.
Also, on Wednesday, Oct 15th, IDAETTE
CECELIA, aged 8 years and 11 months.- Also,
Thursday, Oct. 23, JAMES MANASSA, aged
5 years, 4 months and 11 days'—all of dipthe
ria—All children of A. W. and Irene Lathrop.
Parents. —How lone'y our home ;
Our children all pone :
Our hearts, Oh ! how desolate ;
We're left all alone.
Children —Lament not our loss,
Since your loss is our gain :
For we live in a land.
Where we suffer no pain.
Men. —These children, tho of earthly mold,
Now borne above the sky ;
In beauty, love and innocence,
May with the angels vie.
—a.T. CLAFLIN.
Astray.
jf IAMR to mv inclosnres about the middle of
\J July last. a DARK BRIXDLK BULL one
year old. The owner is requested to prove
property, pay charges and take him awav.
DAVID WHITE.
Sweden, Oct. lit, 13G2.
Coudersport Academy.
The Winter Term of the Coudersport Acad
emy will open on Monday, No vein tier 3J, to
continue 13 weeks. Rates of Tuition:
Primary branches $2.00
Common English 3.50
Higher English and Latin 4 50
Extra—French 2.00
44 —Drawing 2.00
Rooms for Students can be rentpd in the
village. Those desiring them, would do well
to apply to the Teachers.
C. A. STOCK WELL,
KATE M DOUGAL.
Administrators Sale.
In pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court for the County of Potter, the under
signed Administrator and Administratrix of
the estate ofGeorge A. Benton, deceased, will
expose to public sale, on Saturday the
23th day of November. A D. 1862, at 1 o'clock
P. M. of said day, at the House in the
Br rough of Coudersport,the interest of the de
cedent in the following described real estate,
to wit: Bounded on the North by Lots Nos.
98 and 105, on the East by Lots Nos 105 and
139, on the South by parts of Lots Nos. 108
and 120, on the West by Unseated Lands
and lot No. 120, containing 109 acres and G
tenths of an acre being part of Lot No. 108
of the allotment of lands of Dr. George Fox.
Trustee, and situate in the Township of Alle
gany, in the county of Potter, and Common
wealth of Penna, on which one Log House,
one Frame Barn with about 30 acres improved
Land and some Fruit Trees. Terms one-half
Cash, and one-half in one year with interest.
WILLIAM ROGERS, Administrator.
LUCINDA BENTON, Administratrix.
Oct. 20th, 1802.
Dissolution,
Notice is hereby given that the Partnership
heretofore existing under the name of Bouton
and Burtis, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. The business will be continued by
J. W. Bouton.
• J. W. BOUTON.
WOOLSEY BURTIS.
White's Corners. Sept. 30.
The Partnership
heretofore under the firm of
A Garrett. Baily kCo is this day dissolved
by the withdrawal of the undersigned.
IIKXRV GARRETT.
SUBSCRIPTIONS forwarded for any of the
standard publications, and books procur
ed from Boston, Philadelphia or New York,
on short notice. Give us u call at the
POST OFFICE.
50 to 75 per cent, saved, on every
Dollar, by buying your goods at
Simmons'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
REGULATOR,
at
Oswayo Village, Potter Co., Pa.
We are happv to inform all thrtse in want
of Choice and Domestic Goods, that we now
have a stock of some
Worth of all kinds of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS and SHOES,
lIATS, CAPS, CLOTHING,
CROCKERY & HARDWARE,
and everything usually kept in a coun'rv store.
We are prepared to sell at nearly the old
prices, notwithstanding the great, rise of goods
in New York. Our facilities are now such
that we are prepared to furnish all those in
want ot goods at less prices than can or will
be sold by any dealer in this section. Below
we give you some of our prices, and also the
prices the same goods are sold lor by most of
our neighbors.
Good Sheetings, 12 to 14 cts.
sold by most dealers for 1G t022 ets.
Very n'ce bleached Goods 10 to 14 15 to 20
A large lot of Sheep's Gray and Cas
siniers, from 31 cts. up
Good Apron Checks and Check
Shirting. 12J to 15 cts. 16 to 20
Good Ginghams, 121 to 15 16 to 25
Beautiful DeLaines and Poi de
Chevres, 12 to 20 20 to 314
Nice all Wool Merinos,63 worth $1,2510 1.75
A large assortment of Black Silk,
88 to Si.l 3 1,25 to 1,78
Fine Black Silk Shawis, $6,00 8,00 to 9,00
And a large stock of Black Silks from 75 cts
to SI 00 worth from SI 50 to $1 75.
Good Spragues, Merriraacs Dttnnells and
many other grades of very nice Prints, new
styles, warranted fast colors, Harrass Checks
and others, for 11 to 121 jets, nothing over,
worth 15 to 20 cts,
IN SHOES WE CAN SAVE YOU A VERY
LARGE PER CENT.
Good enameled boots, 75 cts,worthsl. 13to 1.50
Good baliuoral bootees, $l.OO 1.50t01.75
Women's goodUalf b00t5.75 to 1.00 l.OOtol 63
Men's do $2.75 4.00t04.75
Warranted Kip Boots, home-made,
$2.73 3.50t04.00
CLOTHING.
We cnll your attention in this line, as it is
from 50 to 100 per cent, below most other
dealers —the Jews, so much noted for selling
cheap, not excepted.
We will sell you all Wool Fine Black Doe
skin Pants fur worth $5.00.
Good Suits of Black Clothes : Coat. Vest,
Pauls, Hat, Socks, Pocket Handkerchief, Ac.,
for $lO, worth $l3.
GROCERIES.
In the line of Groceries we offer a choice
variety of Teas at 50, 75 and $l.O0 —and our
Dollar Tea can't he beat.
Good Sugar for 10 cts. Coffee Sugar 11 cts.
Salaratus T to 5 cts. Bar Soap 3 cts.
Coffee 1C cts.
We would also inform you that we hare got
established in our
NEW SALES-ROOM,
the largest in this section—and filled from
cellar to garret. Also the large buildings
adjoining are used by us for storage rooms.
THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
BUTTER,
and other Produce, that can readily be con
verted into Cash.
One word more. As the transportation on
our Goods from Wellsville here.cost? only \ 2\
cents per hundred, and our other expenses are
small, we do not need large profits.
C. H. SIMMONS,
OSWAYO REGULATOR
Oswayo Village, Oct. ls% 18C2.
[email protected]*BRTAST AND STRATTOK'S COMMERCIAL
COLLEGE.—Those who appreciate the advan
tages of associa ed efforts in a given diretion,
will understand how much can be accom
plished for commercial education and the in
terests of young men by organizing in close
relationship and united etibrts a number of
Colleges located in different parts of the
country. By this means Messrs. Bryant k
Stra'ton have beer, enabled to perfect a much
more thorough and practical course of instruc •
tion, and through this chain of Colleges a
series of text books has also been produced
on the different sciences taught, affording the
student the largest facilities for acquiring the
theory and practice requisite to become a
proficient business man. In view of the supe
rior advantages possessed by this chain, and
the fact that the war has rendered so many
places vacant requiring first class young men
to fill, we would advise all who desire such
positions to avail themselves of a course of
instructions at this institution as the best
investment of time an 1 money that can be
made.
PSIBCF CIRROT.
Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB
BINS CO., Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Groceries atul Provisions,
opposite D. F. Glassniire s XIotM,
Coudersport, Pa.
Apples, green, 1(7 bush., s62} to 1 00
do dried, " 100 200
Beans, " 100 150
Beeswax, lb., 20 25
Beef, " 4 5
Berries, dried, quart G 12.J
Buckwheat, "j7 bush., 37} 44
Butter, lb., 12 15
Cheese, i% 7 10
Corn, bush., 15 83
Corn Meal, per cwt., 150 175
Eggs. doz , 10
Flour, extra, bbl., €5O 700
do superfine " 550 COO
Ilams, lb., 0 12}
Hay, •$ ton, 600 700
Honey, per lb., 10 12}
Lard, ' " 10 12}
Maple Sugar, per lb., S 10
Oats, bush., 40 44
Onions, " 50 75
Pork, bbl., 16 00 13 00
do lb., 8 10
do in whole hog. lb., C 7
Potatoes, per bush., 25 37}
Peaches, dried, lb., 25
Poultry, lb., 5 7
Rve, per bush., 63 15
Salt, 17 bbl., 275 350
do 17 sack, 20
Trout, per } bbl., 450 500
Wheat. 17 bush., 100 I 12}
White Fish, 17 } bbl., 450 500
Police.
The subscriber having been appointed
Assessor of Taxes under ilie act of Congress
'■To provide Interest Revenue to support the
Government and to pay interest on the Public
debt," approved July Ist 1862, hereby gives
notice that he has divided his assesuient dis
trict, being the 18th District of Pennsylvania,
into the following sub-districts and lias ap
pointed the following persons as Assistant
Assessors for said sub-districts, to wit:
Xo. 1. All that part of Centre county in
cluding the Boroughs of'Bellefont, Milesburg,
and Unionville, and the townships of Spring,
Bcnner, Boggs, Liberty, Howard,Curtin,Snow-
Shoe,Burnside, Walker. Marion, Union, Worth,
Taylor aud Hasten, Assistant Assessor it G.
Durham, Postofiiee Bellefont.
No. 2. A.l that part of Centre county in
cluding the township:; of Ferguson. Harris,
Patton, Hulluiouii, and that part of Potter
township lying west of the Lewiston and
Bellefont turnpike, Assistaut Assessor Thomas
Dale, Postoflice Boalsburg.
No 3. All the remaining part of Centre
county including the townships of Miles.
Haines, Penn, Glegg, and that part of Potter
township lying east of the Lewiston and
Be'lefont turnpike, Assistant Assessor
No. 4. All that part of' Clinton county in
eluding the Borough of Mill llall, the town
ships of Alison, Beech Creek, Bald Eagle,
human, Porter, Logan, Greene, Crawford and
Wayne, Assistant Assessor R. G. Hutchison,
Postoflice Mill Hull.
No. 5. All the remaining part of Clinton
county including the Borough of Lock Haven,
and the townships of Pine Creek, Dunstable.
Woodward, Co d Brook, Geergan, Chapman.
Leidy, Keating. Gallagher, Assistant Assessor
William Fcuron, Postollice Lock Haven.
No. 0. All that part of Lycoming county
lying on the west side of L\coining Creek,
also including the townships of Bastress,
Susquehanna, Limestone and Nipponese,
Assistant Assessor, Daivid Showers. Postollice
New berry.
No 7. Ail the remaining part of Lycoming
county including that part lying east of Ly
coming Creek, also the townships of Clinton,
Washington, Brady and Armstrong, Assistant
Assessor, T. P. Simmons, Postoflice Williams
port.
No. 8. All that [tart of Tioga county includ
ing the Borough of Tioga, the townships of
Ticga, Rut land,Richmond,Sullivan,Covington,
Ward, Liberty and Union, and the
Boroughs of Mansfield, Mainsburg and Cov
ington, Assistant Assessor, S. P>. Elliot, Post
oflice Mansfield.
No. 9, All that paj-t of Tioga county includ
ing the Boroughs of Lawrenceville, Elklaud,
KnoxviUe. and the townships of Jackson, Law
rence, Nelson, Osceola. Deerfield, Faruiiugton,
Brookfield aac. Westfield, Assistant Assessor,
C. 11. Goldsmith, Postoflice Knoxvillc.
10. All the remaining part of Tioga county
including the Borough of Wellsboro, the
townships of Middlebury, Chatham, Charles
ton. Delmar, .Morris. Elk. Shippen, Gains and
Clymer, Assistant Assessor, M. Bullard, Post
oflice Wellsb ro.
No. 11. The county of Potter, Assistant
Assessor, A. Rounsvijle. Postoflice Couders
port. GEOHGK BOAT., Assessor.
Boalsburg, Centre Co., Pa.
For Sale or to Let.
THE Steam Saw and Grist Mill at Germa
nia, Abbot township, Potter county, Pa.
Doing an excellent business ; a first rate stand
for an industrious man with some capital
Those reflecting must apply soon to
WILLIAM RADIMv, 300 Broadway, X. Y.
Ur at the Mill at Germania.
August 27, 1862.
Tlie Confessions and
EXPERIENCE of an Invalid. Published
for the benefit and as a warning and a
caution to young men who suffer from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, &c., supplying at
the same time the means of self cure. Bv one
who has cured himselfafter being put to great
expense through medical imposition andquack
ory. By enclosing a post-paid addressed en
velope. single eopies may be had of the-author,
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Bedford.Kings
county, New York.—Marl9spn!y
The Rochester Straw-Cutter.
OLMSTED ii KELLY, Coudersport. have
the exclusive agency for this celebrated
machine, in this county. It is covenient, du
able. and CHEAT. Dec. 1, 18<30.-12
JV'JSr GOODS
JUST arrived aud for sale at fair prices,and
for READY-PAY EXCLUSIVELY, a gen
eral assortment of New Goods, such as
FARM TOOLS,
NAILS and GLASS.
and other HARDWARE,
HATS aud CAPS,
CLOTHING, and
* ROOTS and SITOES
A FrLL SLIT FOR £5.00
Dry GDods, Groceries,
Crockery, Notions,
SCHOOL BOOKS.
BLUE FISII, MA' KKRKL, CUD, and HALI
BUT, Etc., Etc., &e., &c., aud so fourth.
CASH taken at Par. '
CREDIT taken at 00000000
COUNTY ORDERS at 90 Cts.
ULYSSES CHOCL ORDERS at Par.
ULYSSES TOWN ORDERS at 88 Cts.
PRODUCE at What it is worth.
Good ASHES at 8 to 12 Cts.
1,. BIRD.
Brookland. (formerly Cushiugville.)
May 17, 1882.
STOP! STOP!
MONEY, MONEY SAVED!
AT TUB *
Union Clothing Emporium !
Corner of Main aud Plank Itoad St 9.
YOU WILL SAVE
From 25 lo SO Cents!
on every DOiiai'
By purchasing your
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
GOODS
At the new Union
CLOTHING EMPORIUM.
D. STRAUS k CO.
Wellsville, X. Y., 1862
UNPARALLELED ATTRACTION!
New Store! New Goods!
The undersigned b?g leave to inform the
public that they have opened business at
WELLSVILLE, X. Y.,
Corner Main and Plank Road Streets.opposite
the Union Block, where they will display an
entire new stock of
Keadymade Clothing,
and
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
which will far s lrpass in quality, style and
price anything ever exhibited in this town.
We are aware that to build up a large trade,
it is not only nocessan* to have desirable
goods, but to
SELL THEM CHEAP,
And we will make it an object for buyers to
examine our stock before purchasing else
where. All goods shown cheerfully, repre
sented fairly,and submitted to the purchaser's
unbiased opinion.
This is a branch of an extensive manufac
turing 1 ouse in Elmira, X. Y., and therefore
you will find all Clothing well made and got
np in the latest style.
An early cull will most. assuredly secure a
snlendid h-.rgain at the UXIOX CLOTHI.xG
EMPORIUM. D. STRAUS & CO.
Welisville, June 1862
P. A. STEBBINS & CO~
Have just received a
NEW LOT OF
BRADFORD PLOWS
AND
POINTS.
Which they are
SELLING VERY LOW FOR
READY PAY.
March 12, 1802.
To Coiiscimpli VCN.
f |MIE Advertiser, having been restored to
1_ heai.ii in a few weeks, by n very simple
remedy, after having suffered several years
with a severe lung affection, and that dread
disease, Consumpyon—is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of
cure. To all who desire it. ho will send a
copy of tne prescription used (free of charge.)
with the directions for preparing and using
the same, which they will findaaare Cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis. Sc. The on
ly object of the advertiser in sending the Pre
scription is to benefit the afflicted, aud spread
information which he conceives to be invalua
ble, and he hopes every sufferer will trv his
remedy, as it cost them nothing, and may
prove a blessing. Parties wishing the pre
scription will please address
Ruv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg.
Sept. 24.—3tn. Kings County. N. Y.
Notice.
MY Wife, MARY ANN, has left my bed nnd
board,without provocation,and I hereby
caution all persons not to trust her on my
account as I will pay no debts of her contract
ing unless compelled by law.
SILAS NELSON.
The Buffalo Mercantile Co ~ *
CORNER OF MAIN AND SENECA STRll"*.
I 3 an important link in tlie great c' ;;;: -f
NATIONAL MERCANTILE COLLF.C'" ••
eated in the following cities, viz :
NEW YORK CITY, PHILADELPHIA. •
BROOKLYN, A: BANT,
TROY. CLEVELAND,
DETROIT, CHICAGO,
AND SAINT LOUIS.
A Scholarship issued frcin the Buffalo
lege, entitles the holder to attend either nr *1!
the Colleges for an unlimited time.
The Design of these Institutions,is to inn '
to young nun and ladies, a thorough, p.*,**-
cal Business education.
These Colleges arc organized and conduti
ed upon a basis which must secure to -• I
separate Institution the I est possible fneil • •#
for imparting a thorough mercantile
tion, and render it as a whole, the most com
prehensive and complete system in this con turf
Book-Keeping in all its department, CUJ*
mcrcial Law.Commercial Arithmetic and Pen
manship, are tught in the most thorough and
practical manner.
The Speucerian System of Penmanship, it
taught by competent and experienced teacher#
Scholarship, "arable in advance, $4O.
College open day at d evening : no vacation*
Resident Principal at Buffalo, J. C.BRYAST.
For further information, please call at the
College rooms, or send fur Catalogue and Cir
cular enclosing" letter stamp. Address
BRYANT 1 STRATTON,
JyOly Buffalo, N. Jf.
WESTERN HOTEL,
Nos. 9. 11, 13, 15, 17 COUETLANDT STBEET,
Near Broadway, New York City.
This old-established and favorite resort ef
the Business community has been recently re
fitted, and is complete in everthing that can
minister to the comfort of its patrons. Ladies
and Families are. specially and carefully pro
vided for.
It is centrally located in the business part
of the city, ami is contiguous to the principal
litus of steamboats, cars, < muibuses, ferries.
In consequence of the pressure caused by
the Rebellion, juices have been reduced to
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS PER DAY.
The table is amply supnlied with all tb
luxuries 0/ the season, and is equal to that of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample accommodations are offered for up
ward of 400 guests.
Do not believe runners, hackmen.aud othors
who may say "the Western Hotel is full."
D. D. WINCHESTER, Proprietor.
Thos. I). Winchester. t> 19
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A. SANBBERO BRO'S
Taimcrs ami Curriers,
HAVE aiso established a
Boot ond Shoo
Manufactory, oppoitc D. K Glassmire's Hotel,
in the room formerly occupied by J. 13 Smith/
They otter their Hoots and Shoes at a
LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME QUALITY HAVE
EVER BEEN SOLO IN POTTER COUNTY.
And they will have nothing but the best work*
meu and the best stock that the country will
produce, and money and labor can procure.
TIIEY FEEL CONFIDENT THAT THEIR
WORK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION.
Kiclcs, Calf Skins, Sheep Felta
taken at '.he Highest Market l'rice.
GIVE US A TRIAL I
Coudersport., I'm, M irch ID
dAPONIFI 321, SAPONIFIES.I
THE FAMILV SOAP MAKER.
All Kitchen Grease can be made iuto good
SOAP, by using Saponifier i
DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX
Soap is a.- easily made with it, as making
a cup of colfec.
Manufactured oul by the Patentees.
PENVA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. i 27 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
Febv. 1, 18G2. ly
NOTICE TO EVERYBODY.
HOUSE. SIGN AND WAGON PAINTER. PAPER
HANGER AND GLAZIER.
undersigned wishes to inform the
fl. lie of Coudersport and vicinity that tM
will attend to all work entrusted to hira.
Particular attention paid to
Shop with John lieckbow, cast side of tba
Court House. F. L BACKUS.
Coudersport, April DO Gin
$l5O Bf:sr
GnovES rEEX & lIALE,
having removed to their new warcrooma,
ISO. 478 BROADWAY,
are now prepared to offer the public a laagp
uihceni new scale full
7 OCTAVE ROSEWOOD PIANO,
containing ail improvements known in this
country or Europe, over-strung bass, French
graui action, harp pedal, full iron frame, far
8150 CAST-I,
WARRANTED for five years.
Rich moulding cases,
$175 lo $209,
all warranted made of the best seasoned ma
terial, and to stand better than any s#!d for
§4OO or £">00 by the old methods o*" titan >f*o
tnrc. We invite the best judges to exainio*
and try these new instruments, and we staud
ready at all times to test them with any oihars
manufactured in this count, v.
GfiAVESTEEN & HA LB,
3m] 473 li road way, New York.
Admititsliairix' Xotice.
"ITM7HKREAS, letters of Administration on
V v the estate of John A. Xickols. Ir.t© of
Sweden township, Potter county, dte'd. ha
been granted to ihe undersigned, all persons
indebted lo said e late are requested to maka
immediate payment and those having claims
against the same will present them duly au
thenticated to the subscriber.
IS AItA t i NICHOLS, Administratrix.
Sweden, July 21. ISO 2.
CANAS L* .LAG A MILLS
SUPERFINE FLOUR fur $1.35 per ark. or
§5.25 per Barrel.
Also, Groceries
of every description as cheap as can lie afford
ed, at tbe POST OFFICE Si'OKB.
Feb. 19, 1522

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