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THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
li the only paper published in Potter county circulates among an intelligent class of peo ple, and is thus an excellent medium for both City and Country Advertising. Transient Advertisements and those from a distance must be Cash or have responsible re ference. All communications, to receive attention. must be directed to the Editor, and contain the name of the writer. No attention paid to anonymous communications. TERMS. —One copy,one year, $1; Six copies $5 ; Twelve copies, $lO ; Twenty copies, $lB, with one tc the person raising the Club. The money must accompany the names. Coudersport, "Wednesday Evening, Apr. 23, 1862. Eocal and General. jgyy™-ScHiLLER's Battle Hymn next week. fog*A new time table will go into opera tion on the Eric Railway on the first Monday in May next. Meadville Journal appears under a new firm and much improved both in mat ter and typography. R. Lyle White is now ■one of the publishers. Saturday, was the anniversary of the assault upon the Massachusetts troops in the streets of Baltimore. Since that day posi tions have changed. Baltimore, by force, is now a Union city, the rebels are driven out of Maryland, out of Western Virginia, out of Missouri, out of Kentucky, and almost out of Tennessee, and the Flag of the Union waves •over every State. The future, which a year ago appeared so bright to the workers of trea son, is now filled with blackness and despair. They arc now being driven at all points, the Generals hare lost confidence with the people, and the army is becoming demoralized. They still present some strong points, but tliev de spla./ the best "stategy"' in their magnificent retreats. " Our country yet remains ! ' £s^-From a private letter, received some days ago, we learn that the 53d Reg t is at Ship Point, eight miles from Vorktown. The men were usually well. We learn since then that Capt. JONES was in the Hospital at For tress Monroe. From their position they art likely to be held in reserve in the expected battle at that place. At Parsou Brownlow's reception in Cincinnati, he made a speech, in the course of which he said : When the army goes to East Tennessee he wishes to go with it. Knox villc is in Fremont's department, and he was glad of it. Fremont was his sort of a man, and he wished to be with him on visiting East Tennessee. foaTT he locofoco papers say it will take 36,000 persons to collect the U. S. tax in this State—which is a slight exaggeration. The number of olilcers and their pay is evidently sticking in their craws We'll wager a hat that if all the Breckinridge editors in this State are appointed assessors or collectors, they will not only paliate the law, but in a month advocate it as necessary, just, right and proper. ftkayHere is something that is riot far out of the way as a descriptive scene of Spring : The Winter has gone, The Spring has come, The twitter of birds is heard : The voice of the lark While yet it is dard, And the jubilant old blue bird. Under the log The solemn frog With his deep base voice croaks out; And the farmer s boy, With his laugh of joy, Commences to sing aud shout. DEMOCRATIC CONSISTENCY. —ooine time since, when Democratic Edi'crs and orators were wishing openly for the assassination of Lincoln aud the defeat and destruction of his ' abolition horde," there were loud cries from these self-styled patriots about the cowardice of mob law, the danger of restraining free speech (even though it were treason), and condemning in the strongest terms all who advocated "shutting the mouths''of those who were "giving aid and comfort to the en-, my." But, now, the tables have turned. Wendell Phillips has been mobbed, and how gaily these gentlemen (?) tell the story of an anti-slavery ore tor's difficulty. Now it is right! now it, is noble ! now it is brave ! O, democracy thou art a jewel ! Thou art a faithful child of old Satan, thy father. President signed the bill for the abolition of slavery in the District of Colum bia, on \i ednesday of last week. 1 hose Breckinridge papers who were so hopeful that President Lincoln would not per mit himself to be "led by the howling aboli tionists wi.l please make a note of this. Al ways faithful to the Free principles which he nas 50 lately officially advocated, how could any sane man imagine that he would veto the first great step in the practical path. "Abe Lincoln" will always be right when the bappi vess of any kind of humanity is at stake. TIOGA COUNTY ITEMS front the Agitator. A. Whitney, states that the soldiers of Co.G, 43d Leg't have sent him $lB4O for distribution. The of C. H.Whittemore, in Cherry I iatts, was destroyed by fire ou the 12th— loss, *1000; insurance, $BOO. A man named Michael Cain was killed at P!l Brook by being crushed between the cars. He leaves a wife and one child. A fire occurred in Tioga, last week, which r onsumed the large foundry and machiuc shop of the late firm of Tabor, Baldwin A Co. the blacksmith shop of J. S. Bush occupied 7 Mr. Dobb, —the wagon and marble shop of A- I>. Cole, and the shoe store and shop of " j i ,- ph Fish. It is supposed to be the work of an incendiary. The loss on all the proper l7 destroyed is estimated at $23,000. Insur *d for .$12,000. S.HTLSJVIO iv 'saxvu xscxayot *v NVAK (INV IMOTI SXO ox 4 :>raoa: 'AAAS AIELOJVIX CIMV lISTAOTO s-io ox 01 © 'SXMYII axv siiacrcnons isaa 825! EMPLOYMENT! 815! AGENTS WANTED. We will pay from $25 to $75 per mo -, th, and all expenses, to active Agents, or give a i commission. Particulars sent free. Address EIUE SSWISG MACHINE COMPANY, R. JAMES, General Agent, Milan. Ohio, nu2lly The Coriiessions and. EXPERIENCE of an Invalid. Published for the benefit and as a warning and a I caution to young men who suffer from Nervous | Debility, Premature Decay. 4c., supplying at the same time the means of self-cure. By one j who has cured himself after being put to great I expense through medical imposition andquack orv. By enclosing a post-paid addressed en velope. singleeopies may be had of the author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIK, Esq., Bedford, Kings j county, New York.—Marl9spuly FRESII GARDEN SEEDS for sale by * STEBBINS & CO. i IST OF LETTERS remain- S J iug in the Post Office ut Coudersport Pa. on the Ist of April, 18b2: Kesiah W.Baker, W.Dykeman," A.T.Holmes, Louisa Hunt, Henry Rathbone, A. J. Rose, Emma Reynolds, Wm. Robbins. Dan'lSmith 2. George Sylvester. JNO. S. MANX. P.M. Xottce to Seliool Teachers. TWO School Teachers are wanted to teach the School on Ayer's Hill and at the Red 1 Scliool House in limner. Applications ree'd i until the 20th day of April. Applicants will please state their terms. No of certificate. &c. Those holding certificates marked under 2 need not apply. Address WM. A. CROSBY. Sec> Homer, Pa. CANASE aAGA MILLS SUPERFINE FLOUR for 5i.35 per Sack, or $5.25 per Barrel. Also, Groceries of every description as cheap as can be afford ed, at the POST OFFICE STORE. Feb. 19, 1802 PTIHE A'tnntie Monthly for February is re -1 ceived and for sale at the Post Office. VLSO, flnrjirr, Peterson and the new Amer ican Patriotic Monthly— The Continental. SUBSCRIPTIONS forwarded for any of the standard publications, and books procur ed from Boston, Philadelphia or New York, on short notice. Give us a call at the POST OFFICE. [BROWN SUGAR for 10 cents per pound LB and County orders taken at 85 cents on the dollar at the Post Office Store. Jan. 8. BOOTS AND SHOES. A. SANDBERG & BRO S Tanners ami Curriers, H AVE also established a Root and Shoe Manufactory, opposite [). F Glassmire's Hotel, in the room formerly occupied by J. B Smith. They offer their Boots and Shoes at a LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME QUALITY HAVE EVER BEEN SOLD IN POTTER COUNTY. And they will have nothing but the best work men and the best stock that the country will produce, and money and labor can procure. THEY FEEL CONFIDENT THAT THEIR WORK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION. Hides, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts taken at the Highest Market Price. GIVE US A TRIAL ! Coudersport, Pa., March 19 P. A. STEBBINS & CO- Havejus f . received a NEW LOT OF BRADFORD PLOWS AND POINTS. Which they are SELLING VERY LOW FOR READY PAY. March 12, 1862. APRIL, 1862. | ' IMPORTANT Notice. 810,600, WORTH OF NEW GOODS. ITAKE pleasure in informing my friends and customers that I am just receiving a fine, fresh assortment of Goods and that nil those who are in want of any had better give me an early call. I keep DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, BOOTS and SHOES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, And everything usually kept in a Country Store. I have just returned from New York with one of the best and largest stocks of Goods that was ever brought into this county. I propose to sell these GOODS FIFTY per ct. lower than can be bought in this vicinity, Wells ville or Olean not excepted. My Goods have been bought for CASH from a large number of houses that had failed in the city, at troni 50 to 75 cts. on the dollar of the original cost. Therefore I am prepared to give all great bar gains that choose to give me a call: I LOOK AT SOME OF THE PRICES : I Very nice Sheetings from 8 to 11 cts , sold by most merchants at the present time for 14- to 18. Good cotton bats for 8 cts roll Good Prints for 6 to 11, worth 9 to 14. Fine Delaines from 11 to 20 cts , worth Id to 25 and 30. Good Tweeds from 2d to 38 cts., worth 44 and 63. Good Black Silk from dO cts. to $l.OO, worth |7d cts to SI dO. ; Good Suits of Black Clothes : Coat, Vest, i Hants, Call Boots, Ildkiifs., Cravat, ic., lor $lO, worth SIS. In Groceries,l have a good sweet pleasant Tea for dO cts per lb , and upwards. Good Sugar for 8 cts., white coffee sugar 11. Sal eratus for 6 cts. Coffee 18. Soap Sets- bar Molasses for 4d cts. per gal. Best Kerosene oil, 44 cts. gallon Flour at " Wellsville prices " In the line of Boots and | Shoes we have a Ladies Enamel ed Morocco Boot for dO cts sold by most dealers for 81 to 51. 25 Heavy Kip Ladies Walking Boot 7d cts. Fine Congress Gaiters and others from dO cts. to SI 00, worth 6 to 12 shillings. Fine Call Boots for 2 dO) Fine Stogey | boots for 16 shilling. Fineßroche Shawls for 20 shillings an i up wards. Ladies Stella Shawls from Bto 22 shillings. Woolen shawls for 12 shilling and upward Red Flannel from 2 shillings per yard. Fine Ginghams for ten cents Cambrics for 9 cts Men's Heavy Working Ribbed Jacket Coats for 8 shillings. And now I intend to keep my stock full to supply those who may choose to buy at WHOLESALE or RETAIL, And all Families of Volunteers will receive Goods at the first cost in New York, regardless of . transportation, and I stdl hold j my offer good to pay any one that | calls upon me and not linding Goods at the prices given to pay them for their time and expenses ! in coming. C. H. SIMMONS, OSWAYOREGULATOR I April 2, 15^?. C. H- WARRUVER, Jeweller and Watchmaker. LOCATED on Main St., opposite the Court House. Coudersport, Pa. Clocks, Watclies, &c M Repairea on short notice and warranted to give satisfaction. A good assortment of CLOCKS, WATCHES, and JEWELRY on hand. Cheap for CASH and warranted as represented. As an even exchange is no rob bery I will give you time for Money. Coudersport, Dec. IG, 1861 Main abo v e Third St., COUDERSPORT, PA. 31. W. 311X\, Proprietor. BOOKS, JVIAPS, GLOBES, BLANIvS DOCKETS- LEDGERS- DAY-BOOKS- -11ECEIPT-B00K S; .MEMORANDUMS, PASS-BOOKS, DIARIES, PORTFOLIOS, HERBARIUMS, LETTER-BOOKS & INVOICE-BOOKS. Greek, Latin, French and German Text- Books. AH S' hooi Books used in the County kept on hand, or immediately procured when desired. Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when : desired. A good assortment of Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw- J ing Materials, Water Colors, &c. BIBLES, TE ST AME NTS, I PRAYER k lIYMN BOOKS, of various kinds. MUSIC-BOOKS AND SHEET-MUSIC, Slates, Rulers, Back-Gammon Boards Chess ■ Men, Ac., Sc. PRODUCE of all kinds takeD in exchange for Books, kc. [ll-34] LUCIEN BIRD, i DEALER in PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, DRY GOODS, | Also, !. Has been so fortunate as to secure the servi : ec - * of THOMAS J. BAKER, who is making 1 and mending Boot* and Slices in lus I own unexceptionable style, with GOOD STOCK. | I have concluded to sell onlv for "READY PAY, from October 1, 1861. Will buy Ashes, Hides, Pelts, and some Grains. n Brookland, (formerly Cushingville.) ! Sept., IBt/1 AT OLMSTED KELLY'S STORE can always be found the best of Cooking, Box and Parlor i S T 0 Y E S. Also, TIN and SHET-IRON WARE, POTS. KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS, FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD RONS. Also, Agricultural Implements, such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA TORS. CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES, j DOG-POWERS. Ac. THEIR WORK I is well made and the material good. Good and , substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any part of the County—Terms easy. Ready Pay : of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.; Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court j I House, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1833.-50 j jjffo I] amiss ||op! fIIHE undersigned would respectfully inform i I the surrounding community that he has j , taken the rooms formerly occupied by John : i S. Mann, where he is prepared to do All kinds of Harness Work j on the shortest notice. LONG STRAW COLL ARS, | also kept constantly on hand. These collars | are a superior article, and need but a trial to j ; insure their success. Repairing done in good style. Surcingles. Martingale-ringa, Ilames, and i Ilame straps, &c., kept constantly on hand. The public are invited to call and examine,! before purchasing elsewhere. S. P. MINAR. ! Coudersport Oct. 16th, 1860. FOR SALE OR to exchange for Horses, Wagons, Stock Good Notes or Judgments. A valuable i i Farm situate in Harrison township, Potter Co. Pa., lyina on the old State road, leading from Spring Mills to Harrison Valley and Westtield Pa. Containing about 110 Acre 3, about 80 Acres improved and in a good state of culti vation. on which is arected a large Frame House, good Barns. Corn House and other necessary out-buildings, a good Apple Or chard containing some twenty different kinds of Grafted Fruit. Shade Trees, &c. The above Farm lies about 1 mile from Harrison 'Valley. 7 miles from Westfield and 6 miles from Spring ! Mills, and is a good Stock and Grain Farm, j and will be sold so that any one that can make a payment of 3 or 4 hundred dollars down, can make tl e farm pay for itself with his la bor. Price, $2,500, for particulars inquire of Peter Simmons now accupying said farm, or C, H. Simmons, Oswavo Village, Pa. 'C. H. SIMMONS. | Jan. 15,,1863. BLANKS of all kinds for sale at this Office Deeds. Warrants, Esecutions, Summons, I Subpoenas. Constable Sales, Township and ; School C'rders, Notes of ail kinds—kept on ! bar.d and printed to order. JOB WORK at ! tended, to promptly, and at prices to nit tie i t3ra<*3 Give ng g fit! Sold Again and Got the MONEY I P. A. STEBBINS&CO. Bare recently received and opened 0 THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OP I That has been brought to this market the pre sent season. Their new stock of * comprises the very Latest Styles i purchased at the LOWEST CASH RATES, and they offer them at A LOWER FIGURE than such goods can be had at any other House in town. Their stock ot DOMESTICS s very complete, and as they held them ex clusively for READY-PAY, They cannot be undersold. Persons desiring a good article at low price will do well to give them a call. oP%,Their old customers are especially in vited to call and examine their stock, and see their prices. STEB BINS' Corner Store, OPPOSITE D. F. GLASSMIRE'S HOTEL. Ci-HTTHMtSP-MST. Pit !&§§PSFO AYER'S CATHARTIC Are ym rick, twN#, #i4 BBjk|| complaining? Aivyeuottl ot order, wit(i your yia d*- l • I ran (fed, anil your f*llii£€ uv- J d.n IC £*• comfortable? Theee aymp- QMILWAUKIE " BuSr tun " sr * often the praltHf* IJ K ♦<, •. >y|i serious iliiiess. Some tii < sickness I* crvcpllig upon you, f •■d should be avert ml lev a timely u*e of the right , rara&tk* e<!y. Take Ayer's lTl;,i*> J cleanse out live disor leied l.w iSa63 mors—purify ti.e blood, an.l • let the fluids move on unok- Praj[S!iiJSj*jS They stimulate the fnuutiuye &M& - *l§Kl3j|H£3r of tim body into vigcmui IB the obstructions *Ui-ti suak* disease. A cold settle! somewhere in the txnly, ami ul~ structa its natural functions. These, if vt leimvvu, react upon themselrea and the surrounding organs, rrt ducing general aggravation, Buffering, t<t disraes. I While in this condition, oppressed bv the dsrangcci'-n'i, j take Aytr's Pill*, and see how directly they restore the ; natural actlen of tho system, and with it thu buoys at ; feeling of health again. Wlmt ia true and au appnrcut in | this trivial and common complaint. ia also truo in mauy | of the deep-seated and dangerous dl*tempers. The n;oe | purgative effect expel* them. Cained hv siibiiar ouslru.*- I tloua ami deraugementa of the natural functions of she body, they are rapidly, and many of them surely, cured by the same means. None who know the virtu** ol thi* Pill*, will neglect to employ them when sulleriug freua the disorders riiey cure. Statements front leading physicians in seme of the priir ipal cltiee, aud from other well kuown puUic par sou*. i Jhvnt a Forwarding Merchant of St. Tsuis, Fib. 4, 1856. DR. Artß. Y'onr Pills are the paragon <*F ali thet is great in medicine. Tliev have cured my little duughtcr of ulcerous sores upon bar hands and feet that had proved incurable for years. Her mother has been long griev ously afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and iu Iter iiair. After our child .ot cured, she also tried your Pills, aud they have cured her. ASA MORGKIDQB- As a Family Physic* JVOTTI Dr. K. >R. Qtrtwrighl, -Veto Orleans, Yonr Pills are the prince of purges. Their excellent qualities surpass any cathartic we possess. They are aiiid. but very certain and effectual In their action ou the i bowels, which makes them invaluable to us lu the daily t treatment of disease. i Headache,HlckHrsilache,Foul Stomach. FSroni Vr. t'dward fioyd, Raltimw:. Dr lit Pno. AYKK: I cannot answer ymt teAwt compiaMtts 1 have cure t with your Pills hotter than to say all tti t us ! Tver treat with apnrt/atire medicine. 1 place great (Upda te u a on an effectual cathartic in my daily contest with 1 tlsiHise, Hinl believing as I do that yonr Pills afford us the best we hare, X of course value them highly. | rirrsnntq. PA., MAY 1, IffB. DR. J. C. ATER. Sir: T have been repeatedly cured of I the worst headache, any body can have bv a dose or 'we >f yonr Pills. It seems to arise trotn a foul stomach, 1 which they cleanse at once. Yours with great respect, KT>. W. PRKP.LR, Herk of S!rain*r CVmi> a. Blllout Ditnrdcra I*l vcr Complniuti. From Dr. Theodore Seft, of .Veto York Cdy. Not only are your Pills admirably adapted to their pit". irsa ns an aperient, lmt T find their beneficial effect* II;WIV :ho Liver very marked indeed. They have In my prac tice proved more effective! for the cure of iihous cm olainls than any one remedy 1 can mention. 1 sincerely rejoice that wc have at length a purgative which is wor thy the confidence of the profession and the people. DEPARTMENT OF VI! K INTERIOR, > Washiugton, D. C., Vth lab , 1860. / SIR: I have used your L'ills in my general and hospital practice ever since you made tlieni, and cannot hesitate to ray they are the best cathartic we employ. Their regu lating action on the liver is quick and derided, conse quently they are an admirable leuiedy for derangement* |ot that organ. Indeed, I have seldom found a case tf bilious disease SO obstinate that it did not readily vieid t them. Fraternally yours, Al.tjN/,0 HALL, Si. I>, 1 'ltysic taxi of the Mann* HospaaU Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Relax, Worm** Fi'om Dr. J. (J. Green, of Chic. <Q'>. Y'cmr Pills hare had a loug trial in my practice, and I hold them in t-ateem as one id" the best "aperieuts I have ever found. Their alterative effect upon tho liver moat* tlieni an excellent remedy, when given in Rtuall do* fr | bilious dysentery and diarrhoea. Their augat-coating . makes them very acceptable aad convenient for the CM ; jf women and cliildteii. Dyspepsia, Impurity of the lilood- From Itev. J. I' limits, Dastor of Advent Church, Dotty t. DR. ATER : I have uaed your Pills with extraordinHrr success in my family and among those i am called to v ; t in distress. To rcgulato tho organs of digestion and purify the Llood, they are the very best remedy 1 ir-ve ever known, and I enn confidently recommend them te my friends. Yours, J. V. 11l MPS V,* CPSIW, Wyoming 00., N. Y., fVd. 24, 1855. DEER SIR: I a;n using your Cathartic bills in my prat tle*', and fin l them an excellent purgative to clcaue the system mid pur(/'y the fountains of the btoml, JOHN U. MEACIIAM, M. D. Const I pnt lon, Costlveness, Su pprreellorn r Rheumntism, Gout, Neiirulgia, Xlrep •>' Paralysis, Fit#, etc. Fi '/ni Dr. J. I'. Vaughn, Montreal, Canads. Too much cannot be said of your Pills for the cure cf cost'ieness. If others of our fraternity have (band thens as efficacious as 1 have, thev should join me in proclebo ing it for the benefit of the multitudes who xuffer ftow that complaint, which, although bad enough iu itrlf, is the progenitor of others that are noise. I believe Coi tiveness to originate iu the liver, but your Pills aifect Uimt organ and cure the disease. From Sirs. K. Stuart, Physician and Sfuboife, Dosim, I find one or two large doses of your Pills, taken at lb# proper time, are excellent promotive* of the mi turn' ttrtt tion when wholly or partially suppressed, ami also very effectual to cleanse tho stomach and exyel warms. They are so much tho best physic wo have that I recommend no other to my patient*. From the Dev. Dr. Hawk ts, of the Methodist Fpis. Churth. Pi I ASK! I locs*. Savannah, Oh., dan. fi, l s s. HONORED SIR: 1 should be ungrateful for tho rsl'sf your skill ba* brought mo if I did not report my case ta you. A cold settled in my limbs and brought oil excru ciating neuralgic pains, which ended in chronic rheuma tisin. Notwithstanding I had the b*>n of phvalence*, tha disease grew worse and worse, until by the advice cf yotrr excellent agent in Pa!tin. re. Dr. Mackentie, I tried your Pill*. 'JTieir effects were slow, bnt sure. Ity in the use of tlieni, I am now entirely well. SFNATX CHAMBER, Paton llonge, J,*.. 5 TBVS IRSB. DR. ATER : I have bi-en entirely cured, bv your Pills, of Rheumatic Gout —is painful disease tbat had aftilrted me for years. V INC KM SI.IDKLL. 9 r &~ Afnst of the Pill# in markM contain Mecenry, which, although n valuable remedy in skilful bunds, is dangerou* in a public pill, from tlie dreadful Conse quences that frequently follow its incautious ntr, T*h** contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever. Price, 25 cents per Bos, or 5 Boxes for $l. Prepared by Dr. J.C. AYER &, CO., Lowell, Mua. Sold by 0. S k K. A. Jones, Coudersport; Mstnn k Nichols, Millport; N. J. Mills, Coles burg ; Colwell k Lyman, Ronlet: A. Corey k Son. Ulysses; A B. Horton, Cushingvilie; and by Dealers generally WESTERN ~ Nos, 9. 11. 13, 15, 17 COURTLANDT STREET, Near Eroauway, New York Citr. This old-established and favorite resort cf the Business community has been recentlv 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 tho business part of the city, and is contiguous to the principal lints of steamboats, cars, omnibuses. frrio. In consequence of the pressure caused by the Rebellion, prices have been reduced tc ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS PER DA Y. The table is amply supnlied with all tba luxuries of the season, and is equal to of any other hotel in the country. Ample accommodations are offered for up ward of 400 guests. Do not believe runners, hackmen.and other* who may say "the Western Hotel is full." D. D. WINCHESTER, Proprietor. Thos. D. Winchester. fv 19 A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL ECITION OF TBR mistakes of Educated 3Xeo. BY JOHN S. HART, LL. D.,- 12m0., mndin, price 50 cents ; peper rov ers. 25 cents. Copies of this book will b sent by nitil o x receipt of the price, in post age stamps. Please addrew J. C- GAHRIGLES, Poh!'lcr. 14? Fo'irth P^re* - *.. Fhi'a'li.phi?., Ti.