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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

jH&lFiJeiTiTEistArE iaw, BY WIMJA3J 8. F0WI.E. * Restore the Fngitfve'! -Ay, when The Son of God descends agaia And bids me never moire to do As I would fain,-be-done onto. Restore the Fugitive! iwiH When God's own voice in than is still, i And wrong is right by God's decree. And light and aiij no longer free. Restore the'Fugitive.!; No, ne'er While I've a home, a shelter, where The persecuted one may bide. : . Cflstleorgrave, and side by side. Restore the"'Fugitive { The law '* Is like the cords that Samson wore, And liatttre, were each thread a chain. Would snap a thousand such in twiin.

Publication Title: Potter Journal
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

SOMETHING ABOIJT "JESSIE." ..There is ope individual, however;, in this,,camp whom neither rain nor mujd, nor cold, !npr heat, can suppress, .and that is' thejirrepressible vJessie." ¦ The other nibroingJ waded out to<Camp Lillie,..in this illrfavored state of the weather, with out expecting any news,1? but .by way jof escaping the-dreary.monotony of thetown. It ..was.. such a. day" as Arabella Sophia would; have-,chosen to recline dreamily upon the lounge before the cheerful fi^e, and pour over the dagger and-pistol pages of thV''oiost thrilling novel of the age;;" or as Flora Augusta would have thought it terrible.tp go put in, and certain to give her h'ir death of cold.' ', ! ' .But Jessie benton Fremont is not inade, of such stuff. ,tn fact, "Old Bui lion" didn't allow.sulfa tender plants jto grow up in his ;hous6. He believed jin women having cppslitutions,. and he made her a practical ' illustration of-his doctrine. . - i If I had been looking for her, I should b'...

Publication Title: Potter Journal
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

' ' THE X.APIES'• Ji'oil'S|BvJ' ) Col. Harris pf.the Ohio Field Notes, an acknowledged authority; on the subject, writes as follows'in | regard t'pjthe best kind ofborse for ahidy,;nis management,.etc: ¦'-.'.'.'' '¦/-¦ ¦- 'i-.-i ;•"!-' "The. bridle of a lady's horse stypuld be a single reincurb—neveiv a-snaffle to be pulled upon^-reqiiiring the strei gth "of a thread only to guide and direct" the! jahimai, and drawn only "when; the horse:i« required to be stopped j jat;all other times to be kept; slightly in hand or permitted to| Iie-geqtly.on the arched ' peek of; the beautiful creature, permitting biin to look abroad upon things and see the road that he is traveling j 'starting with " a bound into a graceful canter at the leaning;forward of the rider. Without the use of the whip or other incentive.". • i ; j ; We had supposed a dpublo bridle was preferable -that" is, curb'and snaffie, either of which: could be used as occasion required The majority of Engl®i ladies use suc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

; "' - ;,.;-'¦ ¦ ..-..'.'.- -.1 -¦.;¦" WIIO GEXERAL'HALLECKtS ; - . • i • -;: -'' -' !'. ; *>¦ The ibquiryjis m everyboayis ^mouttf who is General Halleck? whorumorfiSays is to supersede Gen. McClellan in the command of the army of the Potomac.— The following'account pf him, (which we find in an exchange paper, is the only information we can obtain : | General Henry Wager Halleck is one ot the fpBf-Major Generals of the United States. Army.) He was bom! in-New York, and entered the Military lAcademj as a West: Point Cadet in; l|835.' He stood third injthe class, and was.brbvet'ed Secbndj Lieutenant pf Engineers, July 1, 1839. ! He! was'Acting Assistani Professof of Engineering at the Military;Academy from, July, 1839,' to June, 1840.^ tu 1841 was" the anthor of a militarj work on "Bitumen and its Uses'," /&c.^- Appoinfed First Lientenant in January, 18-45:';;'-;", \[yxy. .';•{'. ;-\ In 1846 he wroteja work entitled the "Elements of MilitaryjArt andj.Sciences."...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

OUR ARMY CORHESFOKDENCE (J -i ", ( .L . - ¦¦ --. 1 , i - . - . , *"-( ;j: " I :':'.' '" Cam^C'dkiot," ' "' ¦ ' - v/yjjfc - -^i'-'. f ; ¦ —. -[NoyJ-3dVl861.;; I)ii.R Mic/: Here, on,a quiet Sunday eye^ftt,whai would be qu^etjf fhe company nest to us were still! " I'jaiji Seated on a itppl^—of I my',. own p^kipg>--before: , a tablej ;| which- is'better; tlian! some I have seen^ on •wlblieb is t;wo lfcsjes.'pnc of:which contalips "p5j)e3>and tobacco^ the -other, pen^,; .jiok, ijpaper and pthcrj et. ctteras.r—, OniMt—ai present—Consist of a satcliel and| kiaapsaek for each ;ofj us, one blanket apiece] thotigh three-of as have the good fortunp to possess ;two jblknkets,. making ninejin the tent. Out old coats and overcoats,,pur; riejv oyercpats, panteens ancl' Mversaeks." ! On top oi this pile six jolly ¦ Ipys and' crowd; tnetn jail into'six feetbrjr eight arid ypd jean I imagine the close: J prosiniity j into Iwhich ; we! are thrp^fSi... ;]i;i.,: j... ' !¦, L,;-, : f;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

MADAME TURCHIN- •Robert .Brand, .Esq., Mayor ot tttuena; in a report to a citizens meeting, touching his duties in connection with-the wounded men of Company I, 19th regiment; nt the!late disaster on the Ohio and Mississippi railroad, thus speaks of the noble conduct of Madame Turchin, the Colpnel's wife, on that mournful occasion!: . ."j," ;, '--,.'!•- This.report would be incerrect were I to pniit the names of Col. Turchin and his heroic wife : to the Colonel, for his care and attention in providing for hi* soldiersj and the facilities he extended int the performance of my sad duties to j'the, dead! But to; hear the wounded ra&n, speak of the herpio conduct pf the bravo Mrs. Turchin, when the accident pecur- ^ red-^when the dead, dying, and mntilat-; ed, laid in one mass of ruin—when .the bravest heart was appalled, and all. was dismay, this brave' woman wis in" the'. Water.rescuing the mangled and the wound? ed from a watery.grave, and terringfrom, her person ever...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

HISTDOO WOMEN. I once asked a'native Hindoo what tie thought a w'fe ought to knbw. Whyi said! he in order to be a good \rife, she' must know two things. And what aret 'they ? First, she must know the way to the bazaar to buy what is necessary for the hpnse; and secondly, the way from: the bazaar home again.. Knowing thi3 she knows suffioierit«for a gnod wife., Now it is true that this man was of the lower castfe, whose wives alone can go oat,' yet a similar answer in. principle wouldj be given by high caste men also, whoso' wives must never leave'their home's. What do the native females of fiignfi caste do. the whole day ? They must not go put; they can see and hear nothing"" beyond the four walls; 'they cannotfead; they-have no books. How do they spend* their time? - Generally they form a little' .continuity, consisting of , the wife,. the) mother, perhaps grandmother, the child-, ren^ perhaps some widoWed•. safers.—- They, do the necessary oookingfClgsb.ih'^ etc.,and when....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

f ilE LIFE-BATTLE. BY BEV. THEODOttE L. CCTLEK. "'So fight I," says j Paul, "not as one that beateth the air. j But I. keep under my body, and bring it into subjection." The literal translation is, 1 xtrilze under the eye, making it black and blue. This is a boxing phrase indicative ef the sharpest, sternest efforts at self-mertification. As nne who should,' say—I conquer my fleshly appetites by violent aud reiterated blows, and bring them into subjection. I lead my body along as a conquered | captive. ¦ It is a beaten aptagi'uist. j My wicked, lustful [nature is thus vanquished, "lest that by any nieans when I. have preached to others, I myself should; be a castaway." . ' ; Here is a tremendous warning to every one of us—a waruihg founded'- op,-uur double danger—first from evil appetites of the budyf'and also from evil atfeetiuns of the heart. Paul, the heroic apostle of Jjsus, sp felt hi.« actual danger that he tells us that he bruised aud beat down his sensual,passions, l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

THE JOURNAL. Coudersport, Pa. i ' . Wednesday. Ncrvj. 13,1861 JL W. McALABSEY, jEpitPb.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

FROM LIEUT. CLAY. I ¦ ': ; j Philadelphia, Nov. 4, 1861. Dear Sir: 0"'detachment of "Potter County boys" arrived ini.the city all right |"gay , and feap'py," on Thursday evening at abautGi o'clock.¦ As jit was to late to go out to camp and the men were without uniforms, they staid all night at head-quarters and Saturday morning they were uniformed, but owing to the rain.and bad weather did not go to canip until Sunday moraine. They are all very pleasantly fixed .and are uiupli pleased with their new position. They are considered very fine men! and have all the e'cments of good soldiers in them and especially as riflemen, for which service they are particularly -fitted; Wp will not leave tne citjf for several weeksj and meantime they will keep their friends posted with regard to their welfare, &o. Part of the guns for bur artillery! battery are now in the' city and the rest will be here soon. I have sent you this as I know the interestjjtaken in.the men from Potter Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

i COURT PROCLAMATION. |j- , -|T|7HEREAS, the Hon. Robert G. jiWJiite \ T,; President J idge.i and the HonaJsTpsepii Mann and G. CUColvini Associate Judges p> the Courts-of pyer & Terminer !and General Jail Delivery, JQpalrter Sessions of tbe'jPpaet, Orphans'Con^t and Court of Cotntfion Pleas for the County;-Soft Potter, have Issued their precept, bearing1 date'] the seventh! p^ay? pi January, in the year of our Lord o^i? thousand eight hupdrt d and| sixty-one, and] lb! me directed,fcr hoidiii g n Court of Oyer aiidi Terminer and Gehefalj,fait Delivery, Quarter,Sessions of the Peace,-Orphans' Court, and Court of Comihoh Pfels, in the Borough of? Coudertie 33rd of sport, on SIOKP^Y, day j Dec. next, and to coniti me one week: i j"j S ! : Notice is .therefore hereby giventpthpjCproners, Justices '<#! the Feac» and Constables within the county! that they be fben Ufi3 tbejrej in tlieir proper pje-sonsjat 10 o'cIoeK Atjfi.'of skid-day, With jtneir rolls, fectirds...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

>vMSI^£ SS CARDS. , k •¦ <5*?/?-"'.-SotiX 8. MANN, "*¦ in^^iJ^^m^^^'ifkii, Conaersport, Pa;, will atithd the ieveri! Conrts in Potter and M'Kean Counties. All -busmexs entrusted inhis car* will receiri pnfmpt«ttenticl|i. Office cottier of Vfm yaad Third ptreets':; .: ARTHUR, ^.OLMSTJED, * attor^y & .cotwsELtoit AT Law Coudersport, Pa., will attend to all pfisineii entrusted tp his care, with'promptnea and. fidt'ity. Office oh Sola-west corner of Maia and Fourth streets. ISAAC BENSON, -,! f^ kfcdtCSTEY AT LAW, tSuderspbrt; Pajj.wiu attend to all business entrusted to him, wiihs cMeand promptness:. Office.onSecondHj near the Allegheny Bridge. ' ^.' f. 17. KNOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cpjailersport, jL ^\ _ regularly attendvthe Courts in Potttr wd ^the adjoining Counties. "I """ O. TrELIJSON, PUACTICING PHYSICIAN, Couderspolt, p»., respectfully informs the citizens of-the Tillage And vicinity that he will promplj re.' spond to all calls, for professional services; ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

LUCIEN BIRD, DEALER in. " ! PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, •. DRY GOODS, ' ' . ¦ o. Also," ." Has been so fortunate as to secure tbe aervi' ces of THOMAS J. BAKER, who is making and mending Boots and ShOCS in hi* oivn unexceptionable style, with | - , GOOD STOCKV B®,I have concluded to sell only for . READY PAY, from October 1, 1861. - - ^ B@„Will buy AshesJIides.Pelts, and some. Grains. in' Brppklan'd, (formerly-Cushirigville.) Sept., 1861 -jjf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

¦ -. • THE. ., --... 1 POTTER JOURNAL ¦ . PUBLISHED BY M. W. McAlarney, Proprietor. §1.00 PB YEAR, INVARlABtY IS ADVAXCl. *s* Devoted to the cause of Republicanism, the interests of Agriculture, the advancement of Education, and,the best good of Potter, county. ,. Owning no guide except that,of Principle, it will endeaverto aid in the work of more, fully Freedomizing our Country. Advertisements inserted at the following rates'ezcept where special bargainsare made. 1 Square [10 lines] 1 insertion,' SO 1 ' "; " ..3 " ' " - .-,- $1 50 Each subsequent insertion less than 13, , 25 I Square three months, - — - .' - . 2 50 l " six " -..---- 4 00 1 " nine. ".,.-. ------- 550 I " ene year, .---.---- S 00 I'Column six months, -----,-.- 20 .00 L • ¦¦• u -u u - ... - .-'--.' 10 00 l ii ¦¦ . « « - - - - -"- -¦ . f'00 1 ¦' . " per year. --..-" 40 00 i ii, « » ------ - - ,20 00 Administrator's or Executor's Notice,. 2 00 Business Cards, 8 lines or less, per year 5 00 Special and Editorial Noti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

SYNOPSIS OF WAR WEWC. New Yobk, November: 6th, 1861.— There is a report at Noifolk, and also at Richmond, to the efifect that Gen. Beauregard has resigned tne command of the Rebel army. No cause for the step is'mentioned. We haye-a report from Washingtnn which says that Gen. "Wonl has resigned. It rests apparently on godd authority although np.official information of the fact has been received. I Gen. Halleck has arrivjed in "Washington. He was presented to the President by Gen. McClellan, and! had afterwards an interview with the Cabinet. The command to which he is destined is not yet made public. |, At least one General )f division in the army of the Pgtomae uiderstaods what are and what are npt the duties of the armies pi the United States. Widow Triplet, who lives near Alexandria, and j»hose sympathies are believed to be with the Rebels, unaccountably lost eight slaves. ! She thought that they were within the lines of Gen. Heintzelman's Icora inand, and applied to that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

Rell«-efiifefii6f Lieut. Gen, Scott We copy tbe imply sufficient reasons for the long expected withdrawal of WiNFIELD Scoxt from the'post he has* so well adorned, together with the testimonials cf the President and of the Cabinet tff his exalted merits. ! Hisrelirement is the great eventiof tbe week. Born in 11786, G:n. Scott entered the army about 1808, so that he has been fer ever half a: century in his country's most dangerous service. His valorin the War of 1812, id the Black Hawk, Florida and Mexican wars—his success as peacemaker onjBie Ncirth-Eastcrn frontier, and with the exiled: Cherokees—his aid in checking Nullification in 1831—and his almost solitary faithfulness and forecast (among our high Officials at Washington) to and for the preservation of the Nation, before the '¦ incoming of the present Administration—are matters of history. One of the darkest pages in our annals, is that which records the rejectien and humiiiatiopof Winfield Scott, in 1852, for, Franklin ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

rpHE NEW'! yorIk TRIBUNeL! I r i -4- ¦ ' ,-: jl! ¦ 1NE1W VOLUME. .- j -I ; | ' On the seventh »f September, JSet, the New' York WEEKUYi TR^B(U.\'B commenceij the tjwerity-first yfcajj orf its existence ; the FAILY TRIBUKE being! some months older ani the SEMI-WEEK£/Y5fKIUl7|NBsomewhitytfHn'ger: For more tbai ^ twenty ye:iT?r tins journal has labored in w-hjatj: ;s conductors l^nve felljto hf the cause of liunmnity, Justice nndj Eree^foin, endeavoring tp mrfiora e the condition of the1 oppressed andjtiiifprttitiat.e, to honor ant! encourage useful! exertion in whatever sphere, and to promote \>y all means the moral, lintel-' Itectual, and [miiicrial advancement ofj, our couni'ry.' It -lia'sl aimed to he right rathe* than popular,!aha to espouse and coniipend1 t!o-day the trdth'jhat o hers niny not belwillibgtp accept! jtiliTto-iiorrow. In puHping this course, nils takes, have doubtless jbeen made and faultsiicommitted,- but, have in all tjhings incited) buV readers to think1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

"THE xjiwiowv AHCH STREET, ABOVE THIBD,-Pbiladelplila. . j u^OH B. HEWCOMBB, ftoprtoter. , JS®»Thi8 Hpteljis central, convenient by, Passenger.'cars'tp all parts of the city, and in • every particular adapted to the wants of th* basiness pnblic . ;•!•:.'' f: : SgBrT«ms $1 Sttf' tr Hsf.t&t .., i:i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

Administrator's Wotlce. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of ad-l ministration on the estate of "BENI. T. HOXIE, late of Sweden townshift Potter Co., dee'd, have been granted to thasubseriberbr the Register of Pptter county, to .whom »U:-debts due to said.estate and claims against., th* same, must be'pfesen'ted for settlementor;, payment. "''-vC'-'-. J. W. BlBDj ld*'>: j: Bwed«ii.8^t"il;lWL-p «i ; ; ';';-;c_l- ¦ ;.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Potter Journal — 13 November 1861

jgy-We have some poetic effusions oo hind—will be attended to next week. i ¦ *¦ ¦ - ¦ l©-Sergeant A. Wilbon of Col. J. Kehtcr Jones' Regiment has returned and: will remain in the county during the coming „cek far the purpose of obtaining a few more; recruits. The men from this county who have: foisted the Regiment, appear well pleased with. their position. ___ . ¦ — ¦» * j^-See advertisement of the SciENiicAhebicis in another column. To men enured in any kind of Scientific business, or; those, interested in Patents, it is a most, desi-. •We journal- Independent of its being the best conducted it has always carried with it a de-. p-ee of reliability such as no other paper of the kind ever had. ¦ i » ¦ > nyThose who have promised Grain on subscription will please arrange so as lo hnveit'hereby-tbe 30th of December next, Md those owing Wood will bring it inat an iarly day. We still continue to take oa subscription", all kinds pf grain, wood, butter, and nil kinds of produc...

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