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GRANT & SHERIDAN HEARD FROM AGAIN ! ! ! ANOTHER UNION VICTORY GOLD DOWN HEAVY DECLINE IN GOODS AND P. A, STEBBINS & Co,, Are now receiving a new and complete STOCK OF Spring Goods ! ! purchased since the heavy decline and during the recent panic in New York. of BR ESS GOODS, DELAIXFS, FOPLIXS, ALPACA'S, MOZAXBIGVES FIA2D POPE IX S, XL A CK SILKS, BALMORAL SKIRTS. CLOAKS, •CLOAKIXGS, CASSIMERES; CLOTHS. FU& stock of MEN'S •- * ' FASHIONABLE CLOTHING ALSO BOOTS & SHOES, HATS 4r CAPS, i j &c., &c., &c. 1 ] Drugs and Fancv Articles Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in Tin Cans, Alcohol, Camphene, Kerosene, Lamp and Lamp Futures. Glass, Patent Medicines, Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfumery.Fancy Soap and Toilet articles, Gnm, Hair, Ivory and Wooden Cotnbs, Pomades and Colognes, and a fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts, Pan*, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil—raw and boiled, Brushes Clotb, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Hat, Paint, Ynrcish and Artist Brushes CHOICE STOCK OF GROCERIES, Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrup, Good Rio Coffee, West Indii and Dandelion '"offec, Rice, Corn Starch, Farina, Cocoa, Ac., ALWAYS OS BAND. V. A. STEBBINS' & Co., Ooraec Main and Second Streets, Couderrport, Apr. 1<? ; 1565 THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL Coudewport, Tuesday Evening. August 22, 1865. Local and General. yjySee interesting Legal Advertisements. Cf3?U The Jersey Shore Herald has settled into the lap of fcopperheadisnf. Mills offers his fine farm at Uoles burg, for sale on very fair terms. Here is a fine opportunity for any desiring to purchase. There is a workman at Olmsted's Tin shop now, and, Marlin says "people can have their oven 3 lined. ggT-It is proposed to have the Conferences for the Districts of which Potter composes a part, on Thursday, Sept. 7, at this place. attention of Sunday School Teach ers and others is called to the advertisement of Horace Waters, Mnsie publisher. Hgk, Ilayti has had eleven revolutions in six years.' It is a Catharine-wheel of a country. Don't forget the Delegate Elections, on next Tuesday, the 29th, between the hours of four and six. A hundred reports are in circulation as to the whereabouts of John H. Surrat. j The last places him iu a Convent in Canada. The Life of Lincoln has a more extensive sale in France, than the Emperors History of Julius Caesaf. The "what-is-it," is dead. "It" was an idiotic negro girl, not a boy as has been stated. B£fk*A Cow is to be exhibited at Concofd for which the owner has refused £SOO. He bets £2OO she will give more milk, than any other cow In the United States. See the Card of the American Hotel in another column. It has been refitted and is now among the best Hotels of the West Branch valley. Our columns are crowded so much with new advertisements thi3 week that the notices of the Union nominees are put over to the next issue. J&gy James Jones has revived the Jersey Shore Vedette, It was discontinued four years ago in consequence of Mr. Jones entering the Army. We wish you success pecuniarily aEd politically. ssr Horace Greeley receives a salary of £T,500 for controlling the Editorial Depart ment of the Tribune. This is ID addition to his dividend of the profits of his interest in the Association. At present there is not much show for fight in Mexico by Uncle Sam's boys. Our forces in Texas and along the border do not number 40,000, and they are being discharged very rapidly. A suffering traveler in the oil region writes, that although "old wine needs no bush," it is certain that the Bush House, in j Titusville, needs old wine. The rebel Mosby, lafly visited Alex andria, but the feeling agains.. him was so strong and out-spoken that he was compelled to flee for his life. The mob were determin ed to Jiang him to a lamp-post. The rats are undermining the found- 1 ations of many of the ware-houses in Chicago to such an extent that the merchants have held a meeting to devise some means for self protection. fra?" At the recent elections in England the rioting of the mobs closely resembled the acts of their brothers in New York. Igno rance, whiskey, and the life of semi-Slavery which they lead amply fits them for such work. £@3. A reign of terror is again being inau gurated in Richmond. White Soldiers are fed with whiskey and then incited by the leading Secessionists of the City to abuse j black soldiers and women and children. Indlgualiou (?) NIAGABA FAILS, N. Y., Aug. 10, 'GS. Mv DEAB MB. MCALAKXEY- 7 have been making a tocr this Summer—been to New pCrt, the White Mountains, Saratoga, Ac. Ac., and consequently, mucU as I h£.Ve Wanted your valuable paper, it was only occasion ally one reached me ; but the other day one I came with an account of ac Old Madek - ' j Meeting. Now I see through the hell thing to once. That notice was just gCt up to spil'e me. They know I was alius a/avoklte with! the young men when I was there, and they think they'll take advantage of my ab sence to get their names before the public— j they think'that attention will be drawn to-! wards them and they will be somebody. Every otfe of Ihera Old Made* is dying to get j married. 1 know it. I guess the boys will j see through their whole plan and let them alone without my exposing the poor, ignorant crittCrE any more. I tell yon, though, I was mad when I first read it! Maybe you would like to know a, little j about my journey. As j*ou already know, < we lft C. about the fust of June, and we! went directly to New York where we put up at the magnificent hotel where rou can ride up stairs in a cab and have; Spring chickens to eat all the year round. I While I was !a New York I went to Barnum's; Museum. I know it was not fashionable, but; I told Pa I must see it, so we went one day, i and it was just gorgeous. Right at the head of the stairs was a great stuffed elephant; with a printed notice below to these who; intended "seeing the elephant" to "Beware of pick-popkcts." But it would take a year to tell of all the curiosities we've seen there including the snakes and the "fat woman." From New York we went to Newport,which ' ain't much of a place only the young gentle men who are extry nice. I got ackjvainted , with one, and if it bad not been for a little; difficulty he had with liis washerwoman in relation to a small bill, I would not have had occasion to write this letter exposing the tricks of those stay at home old maids, for 1 should have been a happy wife. It was all arranged when Pa found out about the wash erwoman and told Felix (that was his name) that I was too young to marry. But I have written much more than I in tended and the first bell is ringing below for dinner, so au revoir. GEOBGIAXA. MARRIED; la Coudersport, Pa., Aug. 16, 1865. by j Rev. L. A. Steveus. WILLIAM SWIFT, of | Whitesville, N. Y., and Miss HATTLFCI E. j SMITH, of the former place. j Commissioners. We 9re authorized to announce SAMUEL MONROE, of Bingham, as a Candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decis- 1 ion of the Union County Convention. Please announce the name of CHANCEY P. KILBOUFX, of Hector, one of our present honest and efficient Commissioners, as a can didate for re-election; subject to the decision of the Union County Convention. ECLALIA. VERY DESIRABLE FARM AT rftIVATE SALE. The undersigned offers his Large Farm situated iu Allegany township, Potter County, Penn'a., on the road running from Couders port to Wellsville, and only seven miles from the County seat, at Private Sale, ON A CREDIT OF TEN YEARS. Said Farm contains Four Hundred Acres of the best farming land, with 'good fences, and has erected on it ONE TAVERN STAND, ONE STORE ROOM, TWO TENANT HOUSES, THREE BARNS, and other fine outbuFdings. The undersigned will be on the premises on the 20th of August to answer applicants that may desire to purchase. If not Sold it WILL BE LEASED for three or five years, for a Cash rent. S. M. MILLS. Titusville, Pa., Aug. 20, 1965. Register's Notice. A LL persons interested will please take j\_ notice that the following accountants have filed their accounts in the Register's Office of Potter County, and that the same will be presented to the Orphan' 3 Court for confirmation, on Mouday the 18th day of September. 1565. in Coudersport: First account of Hudson Ilendrix, Adm3 r of Carson Wilson, late of Allegany tp, dee'd. Aug. 21,15C5. DAN BAKER, Register. SHERIFF'S SALES, BY VIRTUE of sundry writs of Vendition Exponas, Fieri Facias and Levari Facias issveiout of the Court of Common Pleas of Pot ter County, Pennsylvania, and to me directed. 1 } shall expose to public sale or outcry, at the Court , House in Coudersport, on MONDAY, the 18th j day of Sept., 1865, at 1 o'clock, p. ., thefol i lowing described tracts or parcels of land to wit-' Certain real estate in Oswayo Tp., bounded I north by lands of Patrick Doyle, east by , laD<ls of Edmund Morley, south by Highway leading from Oswayo and Wellsville plank road to the Irish Settlement, and west by the Wellsville and Oswayo plank road: contain ing Fifty-Seven and Six-tenths Acres more :or less, about fifteen acre 3 of which are im | proved, with one frame house, one log stable and some fruit trees thereon. To be sold as i the property of James McNulty. ALSO—Certain real estate situate partly i | in Hebron and partly in Clara Tps, Beginning j atA hemlock tree for a censer being the north • j i west corner of a lot originally sold to Wor | den; thence north _352 rods to a bc'ech tree , being the south corner of C. Eyam's purchase, thence east 232 rods tc a corner in the east I line of Ridn-way's land, thence South on said east line rods to a post corner in said east line, thence West 232 rods to the place of beginning ; containing Five Hundred and Ten acres, being part of warrant 5864, of which about Forty acres are improved, -frith | two frame houses, one frame barn, one Water i saw mill and some fruit trees tbcreorr. To be! : sold as the property of Foster Reynolds. ALSO—Certain real estate in Allegany Tp., • bounded on the north by lands of J. Ross, 1 on the ea:t by lands of G. Kelly, on south by unseated lands, and on the west by lands of ; T. Dagget, being lot No. 5 on the map of; lands of W. S. Johnson, dee'd in said tp., and part of warrants Xos 1845 and 1874. containing One Hundred and Fifty-Two and Sixteeu-One hundredths acres, about ten acres of which are improved, with some fruit tress thereon. To be sold as the prop erty of George W. Kenyon. ALSO—Certain real estate in Abbot tp.,' known on the maps of the I'ennsvlvania Land and Farm Association as section No. 48 in warrant No. 5078, beginning at the south-west corner of said warrant and run-' ning thence north 24 and 4-lOths rods to a corner, thence east 90 rods to a corner,thence south 24 and 4-10tbs rods to a corner,thence west 90 rods to the place of beginning ; con taining Thirteen and One-half acres more or lets. To be sold as the property of William , Xiehau?. ALSO—Certain real estate in Sharon tp., bounded on tue norlh DJ the State line of New York and Penn'a, cn the east by lands of Samuel How? and lands of \Y. Jones dec'd, on the south and west by lands cf L. H. Kin ney ; containing Eignty-eight and One-halfi acres, or thereabouts, about thirty acfes of 1 which are improved, with one frame house, one frame barn and some fruit trees.thereon. To be sola as the property of 11. S. Carrier. ALSO—Certain real estate beginning at a j post in the rrrth line of warrant 2122, beiCgl the north-west corner of lot No. 72 ot Keating j lands in Eulalia tp., surveyed to L. D. Spaf- ! fbrd, thence south 150 rods to a post corner, ! thence west 52 rods, thence south 14 rods, thence west 40 rods to a post corner, thence north IG4 rods to a Warrant line, thence east ( 92 rods to place of beginning, being lot No.' 71 of the aforesaid allotment and part of war • j rants NoS. 2122 and 2123-, containing about Ninety-one acres more or less, about Twenty five acres of which are imprqved, with Chb frame house, one frame barn and some fruit trees thereon.—ALSO—Another tract lving In Eulalia tp., beginning at a po3t corner standing 106 perches east of the north-west comer of warrant No. 2122, thence cast by said line 106 perches to a post corner, thence south 150 porches to a post corner, thence west 106 perches to a post corner, thence north 150 perches to the place of beginning; containing Ninety-nine acres and Eighty perches strict measure, more or less, being part of warrant NB. ?122, about Sorcaty-five acres of which are improved, with one frame house, one frame barn with shed attached, one frame granary, and some fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the property of Nathan Woodcock. ALSO—Certain real estate in Sharon tp., b&unded on the north by the Fisk lot, easl by land of F. Donovan, south by land occu pied by Elder Torrey, and west by land of Americus Wood, being lot deeded by Lewis Wood to I. M. Reynolds: containing Fifty acres more or less, about -Twenty aCtcs of which are improved, with one log bouse, one log barn, other out houses and some frnit trees thereon.—ALSO—anot&er lotadjoinirg the above, bounded on the north and east by Mercereau £ Weston lands, on the south by the Donovan lot and the above described fifty acres, and on the west by the Green lot, containing about One Hundred acres more or less, Forty acres of which are improved, with one frame house, one frame barn and some fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the prop erty of I. M. Kevnolds. D. C. LARRAEEE. Sheriff. Coudereport Aug 21, 1865- MARTINS AMERICAN HOTEL, CORNER 4TH k WILLIAM STS , WILLIAMSPORT, PA. L. & 0. MARTIN, Proprietors, This Hotel has been much enlarged, refitted, afid otherwise improved, with excellent sta bling, making it inferior to none in William sport—Aug 19, '65 Auditor's Notice. THE undersigned, an Auditor, appointed by the Orphan's Court of Putter county to .distribute the funds iu the hands of the Administrators of the estate of ELI REES, dee'd, Slnong the heirs and legal representatives of the said deceased, will attend to the duties of his said appointment at the PrOthonotary's Office in the Borough of Coudersport, on Saturday, the 16th day of September, at 10 o'clock A, M., where all persons interested in ,said fund will present their claims or be forever debarred. W. B. GRAVES, Auditor. Aug. 21, 1865. Administrator's Notice. WHEREAS Letters of Administration on the estate of DAVID CROWHLL, late of Jackson Township, Potter county, dee'd, have been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment, and those hav ing claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the subscriber for payment. CHARLES II ARMSTRONG, Coudersport, Aug. 19, 1856. Adms'r. A Most Important Discovery. INTERESTING TO AGENTS, FARMERS j AND LADIES. "LITE are making a single machine which ▼ T combines the best and cheapest port able Wine and Cider Press the drvest Clothes Wringer, and the inosi powerful Lifting Jack in the world. It is the only press adapted to making Apple Champaign, which is notv re garded as one of the most important discov eries .of the age. A good agent wanted in every county, to whom we will hold ont such inducements as to insure SIOOC before Christ mas. The first one making application from any county shall have the excluive3 agency. Full particulars, terms, etc., bv Circular. Address HALL, P.EED $ CO., No. 55, Liberty St., N. Y. THE MASON & KAMLIN CiAbinet Organs and Cliicker ) log's Celebrated Pianos for sale by John B. Shakspear, of Wellsboro, Tioga county. Pa. Persons desiring to pur chase can do so by applying to A. L. ENS WORTH, Esq., at the Bingham Office. Coudersport, Pa. VEW MUSIC.— FUNERAL MARCH LI to the memory of ABRAHAM LIKCOIS," the Martyr President, by Mrs. E. A. Park hurst, the popular composer. The Home Jonrnal says: "This is a fine composition, well worthy the reputation of its writer.' Very solemn and impressive. 1000 copies are issued weekly. Price 30 cents : with vignette of the President, 50 cents. Mailed free. Publisher- Horace Waters. No. 481 Broadway N. Y. DR.FILKINS&BROS' VALUABLE MEDICINES, which have per j formed such wonderful cures and given gen- I eral satisfaction to all those who have made use of them, can be obtained of DR. 4, FREXCU, COUDERSPORT, Potter Co., ! Pa-, who will examine patients, astertain the natcle of their disease, and give all necess | ary directions and advice to those who make | use of the Medicines. Orders from abroad will receive prompt attention. July 19, 1865. HORACE WATERS' GREAT MUSICAL ESTABLISHMENT, -\o 481 Broadway, New York. PIANOS, MELODEONSTCABINET OR GANS, SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS, and all kinds of Musical instruments and Musical Merchandise, at the LOWEST RATES, ! wholesale and retail. Second band Pianos and Melodeons at GREAT BARGAINS. Prices.' S6O, s7p, SIOO, sl2*, $l5O. $175, S2OO, and $225. New V octave Pianos for $250 and upwards. Pianos and Melodeons to let, and , rent allowed if purchased. Monthly pay- : men's received for the same. Tlie ITorace Waters Pianos and Melodeons are as Fine and Durable Instruments as are ; made. Warranted for live -years. Price greatly reduced Tor Cash. TESTIMONIALS, The Horace Waters' Pianos are known as among the very best.—.V. Y. Evangelist. We can speak of the merits of the Horace Water: Piunos from personal knowledge, as! Veing of the very Best quality.— Christian I InleUigcnter. .. The Horace Waters Pianos are built of ibe best and most thoroughly seasoned material. -—Advocate £ Jouvnal. , Waters' Pianos and Melodeons challenge comparison with the finest made anywhere in the country.— Home Journal: Horace Waters' Piano Fortes are of full, rich, and even tone, and powerful.— New j York Musical Review. Our friends will find at Mr. Waters' store' the very best assortment of Music and of] Pianos to be found in the United States.—' Graham; s Magazine. The Horace Waters' Pianos are of superior! tone and elegant finish. — New York Christian Enquirer. Schedule of prices of Instruments and Cat alogues of Sheet Music and any Music pub lished in the United States, MAILED FREE. Sheet Music, a little soiled, ad II cenisper page. Sabbath School, and other Books, publish ed by Horace Waters. Sabbath School Bell, No. 1. Sabbath School Bell, No. 2. Choral Harp, The Diadem. PRICES: ! Paper Covers, $3 per doz.; Board, $3.60; Cloth Embossed Gilt, $4,2. BELLS, Nos, 1 and 2 in One I'olame, $6,60 per dozen. Cloth Embossed Gilt, $7,50 per dozen. DAY SCHOOL BELL, for Public Schools and! Seminaries, Paper Covers, $3.60 per dozen , Board Covers $4.20 ; Cloth, $4,85. , j THE CHRISTIAN MELODIST, A new Revival Hymn and Tnde Book. Price $3 per doz. Board. $3,60. Manufactory and Warerooms, 481 Broad way, New 1 ork. A SOAP Question Settled ! Inquire at ; A STEBBLNS' For Sheriff. PIKE MILLS, PA.. July 28, 18C5. DEAR SIR : Please announce the name of A. B. HORTOX, late Capt. Co. O, 149 th P.V.- for SHERIFF, subject to the decision of the Fall Convention. X. Guardian's Sale of Real Estate. XJOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of an order or decree of the Orphan's Court of Potter County, made on the 29th day of June, 1865, the undersigned, as Special Guardian of Marv A. Jotrnson, Sarah John son, and William Henry Johnson, minors, owner? of said land 3, will expose for Sale at \ Public Vendue to the highest bidder at the ! Court House in Coudersport, in said County of Potter, ! On the 19th day of September 18G5, [at 1 o'clock P. M., the following described [Lands: Situate in the Township of Hebron, ; Potter Co.. Pa., via. Lot No. 126 of the allot ment of lands of the Estate of Samuel M. Fox, ! deceased, containing 1357 acres more or less. ; Also Lot No 134 of Faid allotment in the i same Township, containing 54 and 2-10ths j acres of land more or less. Also Lot No. 1 22 jof said allotment in the same Township con | taining 125 and 8-10ths acres of land more |or less. Alio all that part of Sub Lot No. 9 |of original Lot No. 115 of said allotment in the Township of Allegany, lying west of the highway, containing 61 and J acres of land more or less. Also Lot No. 75 of McVicar's survev in the Township of Oswajo, in said County, made for N. H. A W . S. Johnson, containing 80 aod 24-100ths acres more or less, now occupied by Mrs. Andrus. NATHANIEL JOHNSON, Aug.* 10, 18C5. Special Guardian. Administrator's Sale. BY virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court for the County of Potter, the following described real estate belonging to the estate of AMBROSE COREY, late of the township of Ulysses, in said county deceased, will be sold to the highest and best bidder at the Court House in the Boro' of Coudersport ou Monday, the IStJi day oj Stpt. next, ' at 1 o'clock P. M., all thai certain messuage situate in the Township of Ulysses, County | of Potter and State of Pennsylvania, bounded j and described as follows, viz.: Beginning at the south-east corner of tile 0. A. Lewis lot in said Township, thence north J4 percecs to & post, thence west 10 perches to a post, i thence south 24 perches to a post on south line of said Lewis' line,thence east 16 perches to a post the place of beginning, Coutaning ! Ohe and One Half Acres of land more or less and being patt of a Lot of land So. 359 coiv veved by the Trustees of the estate of Wil liam Bingham to 0. A. Lewis on the Bth day of February, 1836. Also another lot of land situate in the Township, County and State aforesaid, and bounded and described as follows : Beginning j at a post ibe south-west corner of the above ; described lot, Iheiice in a northerly course along the west line of above described lot 20 ' perches to a post, thence in a westerly course | at right angles with the first course 4 perches to a post, thence in a southerly course paral lel with the first described course 20 perches to a post, thence in an easterly course e.loug the Highway 4 perches to the piace of be ginning, Containing One Half of an Acre of i land, and being the east half of a lot of land conveyed by 11. ll.* Dent to A, Corey Feb. j lTj 185 T. " . Also another lot of land situate in the i Township, County and State aforesaid, and j bounded and described a3 follows : Beginning : at a post standing in the West line of lot No. j 15 of the sub division of H. E. Dent's lauds I in said Township, now in possession of An j drew Gee, 30 perches sonth of the sonth line of lot No. 13 conveyed by.H. H Dent to Ma hala Baker by deed bearing date April 9, j j 1855, thence -south west ITS perches to a corner, being also south-west corner of lot No. 15 aforesaid, thence a-'ong the nCrtb line of a lot in possession of Abrarn Waggoner west 77 and 2-10ths perches tc a corner, being also the south-east corner of lot No 166 contracted to be sold to J. Nelson Crowell by H. H. Dent, thence north -} 0 east 173 perches to the south line of lot No. .'ton veyed by 11. H. Dent to M.ihala Baker by deed,; bearing"date April 9, 1855, thence along raid south line east 78 perches to the place of beginning, Containing Seventy-Nine Acres, ! with the usual ailowance of six per cent, for roads, &,c*, being lot No. If of the sub-divis ion of the said 11. H. Dent s lands in the said Township of Ulysses. .... Also one other lot of land situate in the' Town and State aforesaid, des cribed as follows, viz : Bounded on the north j by lands owned by Burton Lewis, on the east by lands owned or In possession of Benjamin Baker, on the south by lands in possession of i J. D. Leet, and on the west by the highway leading from LtwisviHe to Brookland, Con taining about Eighteen Acres of laud be the same more or less E. W. CHAPPED, Admsr. | Ulysses, Aug. 14, 1565. i Sale . BY virtue of an order of the Orphans Couit foT the county of Potttr, the following described real estate belonging t<J the estate of WILLIAM FLING, late of tbe township cf Ulvsses, iu said county deceased, will be sold to "the highest and best bidder at tbe Court House in the Borough of Coudersport on Monday the 18 th day of Sept. next, at 1 o'clock P. M , All that tract of land be ginning at the north-west .orher of lot sur veyed to Augusta S. Whipple in tbe centre of the Highway, thence South on the fine of said lot 72 rods, thence West 15 and 5-Jotbs rods, thence North 72 rods to the centre of the Highway, thence East by the centre of Highway 15 and 5-lOtlis rods to place of be ginning, being part of Lot conveyed by 11. H. Dent to Duick Whipple b*- Deed bearing date Dec. 19, 186JJ, and containing Seven Acres. ALSO—Another Lot bounded ar follows : Beginning at the south-east corner of Lot No. 104 east part conveyed to Di/ick Whipple, thence North 72 rods to Highway, thencC west 15 rods, thence South 12 rods, thence East 15 rod 3 to the place of beginning, containing Seven Acre?. ALSO—Another Lot bounded as follows : being known as east part of Lot 135 of the allotmert of BiDtrbam lands in Ulysses tp. Potter co., Pa., containing 56 and 2-lOtbs acre?, being the same lot which U.H. Dent contracted to D. Whipple, Jr., oh the Ist day of March 1860. ALSO—Another lot being west part of lot No. 135 of tbe Bingham lands in Ulysses tp, aforesaid, containing 50 acres and being the same lot which H.H.Den contracted to Wm. Biakeslee on the Ist day of March 1860. ELLEN FLING TRIPP, Administratrix. Coudersport, Aug. 8, 1865. Marble Yard. THE subscriber desires to inform the citi zens of Potter that be can supply them with all kinds of Marble work, as cheap and as good as it can be had anv p'ace in the country. MONUMENTS and TOMB-STONES of all kinds furnished on short notice. C. BREUNLE. Coudersport. Feb ;3 '65 ly A CARD To the Union Men of Potter. I hats been for some time past eneofffagcij by citizens cf the County to be a candidal# for Reprcsentaiit*. ! announce myaelf a candidate for that office* 1 bear of tmnii* dates for other offices, witbool opposition, for the reason that tbey bare been in th# Arrnv for the Union. I too hare been in the Uuion Army —served faithfully intbe ditched and swamps of South Carolina until honora bly discharged by Genera! Bnrnside, by re* son of disability received in the service, and in the line of duty. My son fought in the same Regiment (45th P. V..) until be wa# killed by Rebel bullets. Still lam opposed by gentlemen who were never in the service —gentlemen, who if nominated, will reeeite my cordial support. If any one doubt 9 tn* honorable record while in the Army, I refef bira to every officer and man belonging toll*# 45th P. V. when I left It. If any other Soldier who has been honora bly discharged, desires the nomination fot this office and inserts his name, 1 will with draw this Card and support him. JXO. 21. KILBOURX. Pike Mills, July 25, 1865. NOTICE. The following is a description of Barret# and Kegs belonging to the Brewery of Joseph Schwartzenbach, located atGermania, Potter Connty, Penn'a, viz From one to forty barrels marked with numbers in Roman letters, and part with name burned in on the top; all iroh bound. All persons having any Barrels or Keg# marked as above in their possession will please return them or they will bo dealt with as directed in the late Act of Assembly. JOS. SCLIWARTZEXBACfI. Germanla, Aug. 8, 1365. (4w) Court Proclamation. WHERE AS the Hon. Robert G. Whit#, President Judge, and the Hons. C. S Jones and G. G. Colvin. Associate Judges of the Courts of Oyer &, Terminer and General Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court and Court of Common Pleas for the county of Potter, have issued tbei# prcept, bearing date the twenty-second day of June in the year of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and sixty-five, and to in# directed, for holding a court o£ Oyer A Termi ner and General Jail Delivery, Quarter Ses sions of the Peace, Orphan's court, and court of Common P'eas in the Borough ofCouders port, on MONDAY, the 18th day of September next, aud to continue one weekt Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor oners, Justices of the Peace and Constables withih the county, that they be then and there in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock, A 21 of said day, with their rolls, records, inquisi tions, examinations, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their offices ap pertain to be doue. And those who are bound by their recognizances to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of said county of Potter, are to be then and there to prosecute against them as will be just. Dated at Coudersporfc, Aug. 9, 1965, and the 89th year of the Independence of the United Stetes of America, Trial List for Sept. Term. D Lewi3 et al vs Mclntym & Mahon. j ShafTer vs May and Smith* 1 Dickson vs Jones. Dickson vs Burleson. Wood vs Chandler. Colwell k Ljti&c rs Chandler. Mills vs Bartlette. . Burdick vs Fay Bradley WrighV. Warib vs Radde. Ives vs Willetta. Nelson vs Benton et ai , County vs Re.es et at Blackman vs Fox k Fox Garnishees Crane vs Sceley Smith vs Ross Comth use vs Havei Hopkins vs White Bushor Potter CO Forest Imr Company Lee vs Kenyen Brcwn vs Ludington Gnau vs Clark Stevens k Nichols vs Batemsa Hill vs Davis k Kilbourne Summit School District vs Potter County Roulette iX " vs same Abbott a ft vs same Wharton 71 n vs same CAUTION Ftt'OM THE WATCH COMPANY-. It bavmg come to our knowledge that ioO itatiens of ibe American Watch have beed put upon the market in great number, calcu lated by their utter worthieSsness to injur® the reputation 01 our genuine products, t<s protect our own interests and the public from imposition, we again publish the trade marki by which our Watches may invariably bo knowfr. .... , We manufacture four "stylea of Watches. The First has the name "AMERICAN WATCH CO.. Walthamv Miss.," engraved on Ibe inside plate. The Second has tjje name . "APPLETONi TRACT & CO., Walthara, Mass.," enyraved on the inside plate. The Third has the name "P. S. BAUTLETT, Wallbam, Mass.," en graved on the inside plate. All the above styles hare the name Amer ican Watch Cc. painted on the dial, and ar warranted in every respect. The fourth lias the name '•W.M. ELLERT, Boston, Mass.," engraved on the inside piste, and is nOt ratted on the dial. All the aoove described watches are made sizes, and are sold ill gold tt silver cases, as may be required. It is hardly possible fcr us to Accurately describe the numerous imitations to which we have alluded. They are usually inscribed with nanies so nearly approaching our ow tl as to escape the observation of the unaccus tomed buyer, fome are represented as mad® by the "Union Watch Co , of Boston, Mass.' —no such company existing. Some are named the "Soldier's Watch," to te sold a* our Fourth or Wm. Ellery style, usually kuown as the "Soldier's Watch." Others aro named the "Appleton Watch Co. others the P. S. BaitLKt," instead of our ''P. S. Bart let'. besides many varieties named in sucii la manner as to convey the idea that they aio ; the veritable ] roductions of the Americati : Watch Company. We also caution the public, and particu larly soldiers, against buying certain articles CALLED watches, so freely advertised in illus trated papers as "Arm* Wattes," ''Oftictf 5 Watches," "Magic Time ObseiV rs," "Atrani Watches," &c,. the prices of which are stated to be from seven to sixteen dollars. A good watch, in these times, cannot be afforded for any such money. A little attention on the part of buyers wilt protect them from gross imposition. ROBBINS A APPLETON Agents for the American Watch Co , 31-2 Broadway, Nt* T ox*.