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THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Coudersport, Wednesday Evening Apr. 1, 1863. Local and Oeneral. to Representative Olmsted for renewed favors. jffi-Mr- Kreiudel's communication will ap pear next week. |®rThe Union State Convention will meet at Pittsburg ou the Ist ot July next. is quoted at $1.44 in New and at $6.50 iu Richmond. ggkWe are indebted to Serg't Charles F. Barclay for a copy of the Resolutions passed by the 149 th Pennsylvania Regiment, at Camp Belle Plain, Va. morning, the Ist day of April, the ground is covered with snow, sleighicg pas sable, and the thermometers have it twelve degrees above zero. have a copy of the Resolutions offered in the House by the copperheads of Pennsylvania which we will publish and no tice next week. gtgjHA large fire occurred in Montrose the 10th ult The Eagle Foundry owned by S. H. Sayre & Brothers, was entirely consumed. Loss about $60,000. JfiyCepperheadism is getting into a terri ble howl about Union League's they are de cidedly too popular with the people to suit them. There are 500 Union League Clubs in Illinois. BB%„The safe of the Adams Express Com pany, containg about $50,000 in money, w'as stolen from the nigi)t/train on the Northern Central Railroad, between Baltimore and Har risburg. last week. J®"Every man ought to make it a rule to support his own county paper before he takes any other We have no objections to a man taking as many city pa ers as be pleases, but h does not show the right spirit if he fails to patronize the local organ of his county. Hay* We find from the Report of the Revenue Commissioners f he following facts in relation to the taxes in this county: Population 10.467; taxable inhabitants, 2.853 ; area of acres in the county, 530.500 ; and the amount of aver age State Tax paid by each taxable inhabi tant to be 69 cts. has been decided by the Supreme j Court of Pennsylvania that the legislative act of April, 1861. providing that no civil process ■hall issue agaiust a soldier during the term 1 of enlistment is constitutional, and that pro ceedings on mortgages executed prior to the act, are within its forms. tGyThe Democracy of this District are "pitching into" our Representative, Hon. J as. | Hale. Good—it is a high compliment to a man in these times to have the copperheads denounce him ; we would rather have it so than otherwise. Judge Hale's course gives pretty general satisfaction among loyal men. IgL-I deut. 0. D. Jenkins of the Ist Penn- ; •jlvania Reserves, Bucktail Regiment, who was captn rad at the battie of Fredericksburg, has been paroled, after having been in Libby prison, Richmond, sixty-nine days. He ar rived at his home in Pottsville, a few days since.— rottsvil/e Journal. B&.C. 11. Simmons of the Oswayo Regu lator wishes us to inform the Dairy Maids of Allegany and Potter, that he has 3 000 yards of checso-cloth sheeting, that he can sell lrom | twelve and a half to fifteen cents per yard. Also, all other people, that he has ten thou sand dollars worth of other goods equally low. Call on him at Osway-o, And he will prove it soo. Wellsville Press. §gy*The Aliunde M<mth!y, for April, con tains the following iuterestiug articles : Ou the Vicissitudes of Keat's Fame, A Spasm of Sense, My Ship, Betrothal by Proxy, Resigna tion, The Flag We;-Weather Work, Golden Wedding.The Silurian Beach,Coralie, Sojour ner Truth. American Horticulture, The East and the West, Personal Keminiscenses of the late Henry Thomas Buckle, Cavairy Song. No Failue for the North, and its usual Reviews and Notices. It is eminently the American Magazine. |®" As the season for sales of property is approaching, When large numbers of promis t sory notes are executed, it may be interesting | to the public to know the scale of stamp du [ ties which the law of 1862 imposes upon such [ notes. It is as follows : From $2O to $lOO $ 05 • " 100 to 200 10 1" 20J to 350 15 " 350 to 500 20 " 500 to 750 30 " 750 to 1000 40 1" 1000 to 1500 60 u 1500 to 2500 1 00 " 2500 to 5000 1 50 1* The penalty for violating the law is sso,and the instrument is rendered invalid and of no avail. IfiTThe Spring Examinations of Teachers B will be held by the County Superintendent at ■ the following times and places, commencing BatloA. M. Writing materials will be needed. ■ Voorhees School House April 13 ■ Oswayo << J4 Hydorn School House " 15 ICnudcrsport < ig Roulette t 17 Mr. Israel Burt's n j8 Mr. Stephen Horton's " 20 Mr. Wm. Burleson's " 21 Bird School House 11 22 Germnnia 23 a j. J. M. Kilbourne's " 24 ■ fcunderlinville u 25 I Andrews Settlement " 27 I Genesee Forks " 28 H Bi°gham Center " 29 ■ Harrison Valle T 30 ■ Uwisviu, Mar j * # * The Postmaster General his author ized Postmasters to frank all official commu nications of Collectors and Assessors of Inter nal Revenue with their deputies and assistants. BgUFrom the State Superintendent's re port we learn that Tioga CouDty has 236 school houses: male and female teachers, 336 ; scholars, 9,762 ; average cost per month. 40 cents ; amount for school purposes, $18,539; for building purposes, $4,184; State appro priations, $2,793 ; from collectors, 515,455 . cost of instruction, $14,525: for fuel, etc., $2,256 ; school houses, renting, building, etc., $7,144; temporary debt, $1,680; balance in band, $2,161. Tioga Boro' pays the largest amount to teachers, and Wellsboro next the fcrmer $33 per month, and the latter $32. In our next issue we shall publish the Annual Report of the County Superintendent. — Tioga Banner. The Kansas Senate has voted their "un feigned regret" at the course of Representa tive Conway in Congress ; but the House wen* further, and by a vote of CO to 2, resolved that they beheld Mr. Conway's course with the deepest shame and indignation ; that he has betrayed his constituents, by counseling submission to the rebels, and they call upon hiro to resign his seat. Martin lias been one ofihe bright and shining i ghts in the repub lican party, and protege of the Potter Journal. As that paper teems almost every line with abuse of Vallandigham, we hope our neigh bor will give us his opinion of Martin, iu connection with other "copperheads. ' — Wellsboro Banner. We uphold no man, whether he belongs to our partv or to the copperheads, further than we believe him to he right. Mr. Conway s vote against the Conscription Bill we con sider wrong. What do you think of the ma jority of your party voting against that same measure? and what do you think of the pa pers nnd men who are counseling resistance to its enforcement ? who are passing resolu tions contrary to the best interests of the Government iu most of the Northern Legis latures? and what do you think of the ■'voice from the army" against .your copper head party ? Vou will have a hard time to reconcile your conduct with loyalty when the war is over nnd the boys come home. fflgj-Onr friends across the line in Tioga j county have preached consideraly about Pot ter morality, but they have at the present' time a case that "caps the climax" of rowdy ism. About two weeks ago, so says report, a party of men on Pine creek met together at j the house of a man named Matteson for the purpose of drinking and gambling; after: "sprecing it" for several days, $2OO in money belonging to the family, were missing. The j theft was naturally charged to this party ; it was denied by a majority of them, who, how ever, accused a young man, a stranger —but! who was a member of the party —with having . the money in his possession, he denied it and 1 in order to make him confess they took and j hung him up to a tree several times ; the last time it was with difficulty they brought him | back to the life they nad almost choked out j of him in his frequent introductions to Judge ! Lynch. Becoming frightened they set him at liberty with the injunction that he leave the country immediately. Fe attempted to do this, but was arrested, taken to Wellsboro. and lodged in jail. Warrants were issued for the arrest of the parties engaged in this "bor der- ruffian" demonstration of Tioga-Pine-i creek morality. One we here has escaped to \ Kansas ! the others will be arrested, bailed or imprisoned, and tried at the next term of Court. The young man who was lynched has since denied taking the money, and says the confession was forced from him with threats! of taking his life—which appears quite evi-j deut from the mode of procedure in the case. S3&=The following is the act passed in re lation to our side-walks: SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, .j-c., That to enable ■ the Burgess and Town Council of 'he Borough ; of Coudersport to keep the sidewalks of said i Borough in good repair, the said Burgess and Town Council are authorized to require the ' owners of lots or reputed owners in said Borough to repair the side-walk in front of their respective lots or parts of lots, bv A specified day and in accordance with the reg ulations and specifications of Council, i SECTION 2. The Secretary of the said Bur gess and Town Council shall give personal notice to each person whose side-walk is re- I quired to be repaired, or the reputed owner or tenant of 3aid property stating therein what repairs are to be made, the kind of material to be used, the grade of the side-walk, and the day when the work is to be done, which notice shall be served at least twenty davs before the work is required to be completed. SECTION 3. Should any property owner neglect to make the repairs required bv tue said Burgess and Town Council in accordance | with section one ofthi3 act, on the notice re- I quired by section two having been given, the i said Burgess and Town Council of the Borough | of Coudersport, are hereby authorized to di rect the Street Commi-sioners of the said Borough to make the repairs so required and a duplicate of the cost of all such repairs shall be made charging each property owner, reputed owner, or tenant, with the cost of re pairing the side-walk in front of their respec | tive lots or parts of lots, and adding twenty per centum to the amount of said repairs, which duplicate shall be placed in the hands I of the Borough Collector and collected the same as county and State taxes are now by I law collected. SECTION 4. If the Collector shall be unable to collect the amount so charged to any prop erty owner, reputed owner, or tenant, he shall make return of the same to the County Com missioners who shall enter the amount on the Treasurer's duplicate; stating the number ot the lot, the name of the owner or reputed owner, and the charge against the same for the repairs aforesaid, and the Connty Treas urer shall collect the said charge the same as unseated taxes are by law collected. SECTION 5. If there is no person occupying any lot, the side-walk in front of which is in need of repairs, and the owner or reputed owner is a non-resident, then in that case the notice required by the second section of tbis act mav be served on the agent of the owner or reputed owner of said lot 9, or, if Deither the owner nor an agent resides in the said Borough, then notice may be posted up on the lot or lots with the same effect as if per sonal notice were given. Wharton township bill, reported in our last as having passed, was an act au thorising the School Directors to return an unseated Scnool Tax to the County Commis sioners for collection, which they had neglect ed to return within the time fixed by law. A LAST WORD.— A good matron, who made her nice light bread her boast, lately bade adieu to a favorite daughter, just married,and going to a distant State to settle. The last words of advice the kind lady ut'ered in con fidence were, —Use DeLand s Chemical saler atus, and vou will have good bread, and nice light biscuits, and your husband will love you the more as a good housewife I" The mother was right, and if her advice is heeded, that match°will doubtless prove a happy one. In Honduras,invalids atliicted with Scrofula visit the streams that have dra'ned from the wild lands where Sarsaparilla grows. It is foutid that the waters become impregnated with the medicinal virtues of this orug, and the natives drink it, bathe iD it, and live on it for weeks. Whatever its effects these -water ing places'' have a reputation not inferior to our Saratoga, and great numbers surely ob tain relief at them from the eruptions, ulcera tions, and sores, which are so afflicting always to a half civilized people. \et I find all classes have more confidence in Dr. Ayer's Extract of Sarsaparilla, than iu the impregnated waters or anv compound of the root that they can make. Those who can afford to buy it, do so, and it is in very general use here, curing them surer and quicker than they can get relief without it. Not a few of our staple products go thus to foreign lands are there manipulated by scientific or artizan skill, and then come back for our consumption and use.—Corres pocdent of the Herald, from Truxillo. PKICII CURRENT. Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB BINS ii CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provisions, oppositeD. F. Glasstuire's Hotel, Coudersport, Pa.' Apples, green, bush., §37A to 75 do dried, " Ibo 200 Beans. " 150 200 Beeswax, Ijji lb., 25 30 Beef, " 5 6 Berries, dried, quart 6 \lh Buckwheat, %! bush., 60 75 Buckwheat Flour, 275 300 Butter, ijl lb., 20 22 Cheese, " , 10 12 Cloverseed ? " 5° Corn, bush., 88 100 Com Meal, per cwt., 225 250 %.?s, "ip! doz , 12 Flour, extra, bbl., 800 900 do superfine " 700 800 Hams, lb., H Hay, ton, 12 00 14 00 Hotiev, per lb., 10 12j Lard," " ' 10 r 4 Maple Sugar, per lb., 10 12 Oat 3, 1$ bush., 60 65 Onions, " j * <5 100 Pork, bbl., HOOlB 00 do lb., 0 10 do in whole hog, lb., 5 6 Potatoes, per bush., 37J 44 Peaches, dried, lb., 20 Poultry. qd lb., 5 1 Rye, per bush., 88 100 j Salt, bbl., 350 1 do sack, 20 Timothy Seed 250 3so i Trout, per £ bbl., 450 500 i Wheat, bush., 100 125 j White Fish, Tjd £ bbl., 450 500 To Nervous Sufferers OF BOTH SEXES. A Nervous Gentlemen having been restored to health in a few days, after undergoing all the usual routine and irregular expensive modes of treatment, j without success, considers it his sacred duty I to communicate to his afflicted fellow crea ; rures the MEANS OF CUKE. Hence, on the re jce-ipt of an addressed envelope, he will send j (free) a copy of the prescription used. Di rect to DB. JOHN M. DANGALL, 186 Fulton .-treet, Brooklyn, N. Y* P. A. STEBBINS & CO Have jus*; received a NEW LOT OF BRADFORD PLOWS AND POINTS, AND Sugar-Kettles. Which they are SELLING VERY LOW FOR READY PAY. March 21, 1803. Administrator's Xotice. AHtTHEREAS, Letters of Administration on v T the estate of Charles Worden, dec'd, late of Bingham tp, Potter co , Pa., have been issued to the subscribers in due form of law, notice is hereby given to all persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them, duly authenticated, ,or settlement. CLARISSA A- WORDEN, \ . BURTON LEWIS, / 3 * Bingham, Feb. 21, 1863. SAPONIFIER! The greatest Soap-raakerr eve known ! For sale at STEBBINS'. Grain, and Wood, Wanted, on account, at this Office. SAPONIFISR, SAPONIFIER! TIIE FAMILY SOAP MAKER. All Kitchen Grease can be made into good SOAP, by using Sap&nificr ! DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX Soap i&os easily made with it, as making a cup of coffee. Mannfaetnred only by the Patentees. PBJTN'A SALT MANWACTOBING COMPANY, No. 127 Walnut street, Philadelphia. Ftky. I,IBM. 1 j Money Saved ! Fall not to read this Column through and profit thereby* $15,©00, WORTH OP NEW GOODS AT Simmons' OSWAYO REGULATOR AT £&f)°!coaU or Retail FOR THE TIMES MUCH LOWER THAN EVER. HAVING formed a connection with some of the best jobbing houses in New York we shall hereafter keep a full stock of Goods and shall always UNDERSELL THE MARKET and on most Goods will save you fifty per ct., and on many, much more. 10 bales Sheetings and Shirtings from 18 to 22 cts.. worth 30 to 40 3000 yds Sheeting foi Cheese Cloth for 12^ cts. worth IS 300 pieces best Madder Prints warranted fast colors, 16 *o 18 worth 25 to 30 100 pieces Hamilton, Pacific and other good! Delaines for 16 to 25 worth 25 to 35 New styles of double width Alpaca Dress Goods for 31 cts yd, old price 50 cents worth now 63 to 75 Double width Saxony Merino, half wool, 31 cts worth 75 All wool Merino. 63 cts. worth $l-25 A large stock of wide Scotch Ginghams only 3 cts. yd advance from old prices Good Tweeds and Denims for 25 cts. worth 35 to 40 Good Sattinets.Cassimeres and all other goods equally as low In the line of Silks we have, and shall keep a large assortment, good Colored SUks for 63 cents Black Silk from 88 cts. to $1,50, now worth 50 per ct. more even in New York BOOTS, SHOES, and CLO THI ' In this line of our trade we can save you a ; large per ct. Good Suits Black. Grey and others : Coat, Vest.Pants, Hat, Pocket Handkerchief, Cravat, and Shirt for $lO to $l2 worth $2O. Good Calf Boots for $2.50 Good Women's Shoes for 75 ct3 Gaiters for 63 cts And all other kinds of fine shoes equally as low. Groceries. We can also sell you Groceries at a saving of at least 25 to 50 per ct. Good Tea of an ex tra quality for $1 worth $1,50. Other good Teas from 50 to 75 cts. Good chewing tobacco from 35 to 56 cts In the line of Yankee Notions we can sate you a handsome profit. HARDWARE, CROCKERY, Ac.* FLOUR, PORK, HAMS, SHOULDERS by the ton or load ait \\ r ellsville prices. Now, to save answering the many inquiries as to who furnish U3 goods in New York, en abling us to sell at these prices, we would re j fer you to I Mr. Jason H. Bookover. connected with the firm of Messrs. Claflin, Mellon & Co., Ch'h. St. The largest house in the world for Dry Goods. Also, Messrs. Howland k Lindsley, 80 & 82 Chambers St., ever so famous for selling Cheap and giving their friends good bargains. ADD the reason for our selling YOU Clothing so low, we are supplied from 'he extensive establishment of Messrs. Longstreet, Bradford & Co., 348 Broadway, and from the new firm of Messrs. Baldwin, Starr & Co., CourtlaDd St, two of the best clo'hing housCs in New York, j Yankee Notions and Fancy Goods from J. | Henry Smith Payne & Co., 34 Courtland St.; j who are noted for giving their friends good bargains. Hardware from Morgon,Qaackenbnsh A Co., 20 Courtland St Crockery from Mr. Oscar Cheesinan, 145 Duane street. And the reason why we can always sell you Groceries so low and pay you. the highest price for Butter, Cheese, kc., is from our con nection with Messrs. Ahrens A Mahnken,Gro cers and Commission Merchant: 1 , 255 YVasb ingtxn St. Now all you that have butter to send to New York, or any other produce, take my advice and send to them and you wiU always receive the highest price. Do not be led away by any false reports from jealous neighbors. All we ask is to- eoaoe and examine for your self and you will be satisfied that what we say we perform* Yours Respectfully,. C. H. Simmons, Oswayo, March, IBSJ NEW JERSEY LANDS FOR SALE. Also, Garden or Fruit Farms. Suitable *or Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Knsp berries, Strawberries, Blackberries, Currants, Ac., of 1, 2J, 5, 10, or 20 acres each, at the following prices for the present, viz : 20 acres for $2OO, 10 acres for $llO, 5 acres for Sixty Dollars, 2.} acres for Forty Dollars. 1 acre tor Twenty Dollars. Payable by one dollar a week. Also, good Cranberry lands, and village lots in CHETYVOOD, 25 by'lOO i>et, at Ten Dollars each, payable by one dollar a week. Ihe above land and farms, are situated at Chet wood, Washington Township, Burlington Co., New Jersey. For further information. apply, with a P. O. Stamp, lor a Circular, to B. FRANKLIN CLARK, No. 90 Cedar Street, New York, N. Y. FOR SALE. ANEW ENGINE AND FlXTURES—eight horse power, with flue boiler. This en gine is now in a Tannery at Bienville. Alle ganv Co.. N. Y., and has never been used. Also, THE TANNERY AT BIENVILLE.— This Tannery is in a good location for busi ness, both as to market and bark. The engine will be sold separately, if de sired, or Tannery and engine together. \\ ill be sold very cheap. For terms and further information concerning the property apply to ANDREW JACKSON, Coudersport, Potter Co., Penna. Jan. 3d, 18C3. To the Public. I"|nt. H. TALLMAN would inform the tra ▼ ? veling public that he has rented the FaglC Hotel Opposite C. 11. Simmons' Block at Oswayo Village, Penn'a, which has been newly retitted and furnished, where he Intends to keep a First Class Hotel. Parties of pleasure and those wishing a quiet home over Sabbath, will find this house equal to an\ in this vicinity The tables will always be well supplied, and the b'arus well furnished with hay and oats, and no pains spared tor the comfort of guests. WM H. TALLMAN. Oswayo, Pa.. Dec. 25. 1802. PENSIONS, BOUNTIES, BACK PAY, WAR CLAIMS, % AND CLAIMS FOR INDEMNITY. Stewart, Stevens & Co., AUorneys-ut-Law and Solicitors FOR ALL KINDS OF MILITARY CLAIMS, 411 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C. This firm, having a thorough knowledge of the Pension business, and being familiar with the practice in all the Departments of Govern ' ment, believe that they can afford greater fa- I cilities to Pension.bounty and other Claimants, I for the prompt and successful accomplishment of business entrusted to them, than any other j firm in Washington. They desire to secure such an amount of this business as will enable them to execute the business for each claimant very cheaply, and on the basis of theif* pay contingent upon their success in each case. * # *Their charges will he Ten Dollars for | Officers and Five Dollars for Privates, for each j Pension. Bounty, or Back Pay obtained, and ten per cent, on amount of Claims tor Military Supplies, or Claims for Indemnity. * # *Soldiers enlisted since the Ist of March. 1861, in any kind of service. Military or Naval, who are disabled by disease or wounds, are entitled to Pensions. All soldiers who serve , for two years, or during the war, should it i ?ooner close, will be entitled to $lOO Bounty. Widows of soldiers who die or are killed, are j entitled to Si 00 bounty, if there be no widow ' then the minor children ; then the father, mo ther, sisters, or brothers are eutitled as above. Washington, D. C., 1862. *** Apply at our office, or to our Associate at Uswayo, Potter county, Pa.—JAMES Li. GRAVES, Esq , who has just returned from Washington. L>. C., and is supplied with all the latest bl.nks issued under the late instruc tions. and will fill them up for all who have been so unfortunate as to require in applica tion. .Office in ' Regulator Store" A Lecture to Young Men I ' Just published in a sealed envelope, price Sets A lecture on the Nature, Treatment ai d Rad ! ical Cure of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weak ness, Involuntary Emissions. Sexual Debility, aud Impediments to Marriage generally, Ner- I vousness, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits ; Mental and Physical Incapacity,resulting from I Self-abuse, &e., by ROUT. J. CULTKRWSL.U,M.D., I author of the Green Book. Acc. The wo. Id-renowned author, in this admir able Lecture, clearly proves from his own ex perience that the awful consequences of Self abuse may be effectually used without medi cine, and without dangerous surgical opera tions, bougies, instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer, no mat ter what his condition may be, may cure him self cheaply, privately and radically. This lecture will prove a boon to thousands arid thousands Sent under seal,to any address.in a plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of six ceuts, or two postage stamps, bv addressing. Dr. CHAS. J. C. KLINE, 127 Bowery, New York, Post Office Box, 4586. Administrator's Notice. WSTHFREAS. letters of admiuinistrntion oir ▼ v the estate of Hastings Morley, deed late of Allegany township, Potter Co., Pa., have been issued to the subscribers in due form of law, notice is hereby given to all persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate to make inirrediate payment; and those having claims will present them, duly authenticated, for settlement. L. B. MORLEY, 1 NANCY MORLEY / Admsrs- Allegnny. Jan. 30, 18G3 6wpd Administrator's Notice. WHEREAS. Letters of Administrations ©a the estate of O. A. Lewis, dee d, bate of ! Ulysses township, Potter co.. Pa., have been j issued to the subscribers in due form, ©£ law, : notice is hereby given to all persons, knowing themselves indebted to said estate to make ; immediate payment; and those Wring claims will present them, duly autWoticated, for settlement HI. LAVINIA LEWIS, ) . , , j E.D.LEWIS, ; Admsra. Ulysses, Pa., Feb. 16, 1863. ' saponifier : saponified :r THE GREAT SOAP MAKER!!! FOR SALE AT STEBBIXS\ Administrator'* Notice. WHEREAS, Letters of Adiainiit nation i the estate of A. 11. Jfnttenoorth, dre'd. late of Condersport, Potter co.,Pa_, have been issued to the subscriber in dae form, sf Jaw, notice i hereby giren to all peiTone knwvsag themselves indebted to said estaaa v.- txake immediate payment, and those hxvjiog eladnu will present them, duly authentic* Ud. few settlement. H. J. OL3fS7.lt!>, Adaa'r. C code report, Feb. 1* !•. X ' > ;,1 /> I The Buffalo Mercantile Collego CORNER OF MAIN AND SENECA STREETS. Js ho important link in the great chain ef I NATIONAL MERCANTILE COLLEGES, lo cated in the following cities, viz : NEW YORK CITY, PHILADELPHIA, BROOKLYN, A.BANY. TROY, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, CHICAGO, AND SAINT LOUIS. A Scholarship issued frcm the Buffalo Col lege. entitles the holder to attend either or ull the Colleges for an unlimited time. The Dc.-ign of these Institutions,is to imf art to young oieh aud ladies, a thorough, practi cal business education. These Colleges are organized and conduct ed upon a basis which must secure to each separate Institution the lest possible facilities | for imparting a thorough mercantile ednca i tion, aud render it as a whole, the most cora- I prehensive and complete system in this country ' Book-Keeping in all its department, Com [ mercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic and Pen ! manship, are taught in the most thorough and practical manner. The Spencerian System of Penmanship, is ; taught by competent and experienced teachers Scholarship, nayablc iu'advance, $4O. College open dayai d evening : no vacation? Resident Principal at Buffalo, J. Ci 6rvant. For further information, please call at the. I Colleue rooms, or send for Catalogue and Cir ; cular enclosiug letter stamp. Address BRYANT & STRATTON, I JvOly Buffalo, N. Y. The Magic lime Observer, THE PERFECTION OF MECHANISM: BEING a Hunting and Open Face, or Lady's or Gentleman s Watch Combined, i One of the prettiest, most convenient, and j decidedly the best and cheapest timepiece fo: general and reliable use, ever offered. It has ] within it and connected with its machinery, ! its own winding attachment, rendering a key j entirely unnecessary. The cases of this Watch ' are composed of two metals, the outer one being tine 1G carat gold. It has the improved , ruby action lever movement, and is warranted |an accurate timepiece. Price, superbly fc' , - i graved, per case of a half d zen, $-04 00. Sample Watches, in neat morocco ooxes. for those proposing to buy at wholesale. sent |by express, with bill payable on delivery. Soldiers must remit pay ment in advance, as j we earmot collect from those in the Army. Address HUBBARD BROS. & Co., Sole Importers, Cor. Nassau & John Sts., New York. ISG3. , lWi'j; riULADELPVIIA 4Yi> Lfiti: RAILROAD. This great line traversesd the Northern and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the j city of Erie, on Lake Erie. It has been leased by the FtnntyWarcvx I Railroad Company, and under their au<pics j is being rapidly opened throughout its entire I length. It is now in rise for Passenger and Freight i business from HARRIS BURG to Driftwood iind j Fork, (177 miles) on the Eastern Division, ! and from Sheffield to Erie, cti the Westiio I Division, (73 uiiles). TIMkOF PASSSNUKR TSAINS A7 MtIFTWQOD. Express train arrives 2.10 P. !tf. Express train leaves west 12.45' P. M. I Cars run through *iTHOtrt both ways on these trains between Philadelphia j ami Lock Haven and between Baltimore and | Lock Haven. I Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Express Train ! both ways between Williams port and Balti more and Williams fx>rt and Philadelpd ia. j Fox infonmitionyespeetiog Passenger bust -1 nftss apply at the S. E. Cor. lltli aud Market j Streets, And for Freight business of the Company'* Agents: S. B. Kingston. Jr., Cor. 13th and Market' Sts. Philadelphia. J. W, Reynold!, Erie. J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R R. Baltiinorn. H. H. Hoes TON, Ge\'l Freight Agl. FkiTa. LEWIS L. Hoitpt, Get.'l Ticket J jl. Phil'a_ Jos. D. Pons, Gen't Manager, CFFICE OF JAY CGOKE, srßscatPT/os ac.fxt, At Jay Cooke & Co., Itanker*; 114 SOUTH THIRD Strict, Philadelahia. Nov. S. 18SS I The tindersigTicd having been appointed | Subscription Agent by she Secretary *',Le i Treasury, is now prepared to faniisb. at once. The New Twenty Year 6 per ceat Bond* , <i£the United States, designated as "-Five i Twenties," redeemable at the ulvisure- of th j Government, after &te years, zsxl auhor'z"<J : by Act of Congress, approved Febi 'y 25,] >/g. i The COUPON BON l)t> are issued isi nvans-af j $3O, siotr, $5OO, ua $ idoo. j Lite REGISTER BONDS iu sn -.e of j sktK>, $5OO. slOOOarui $5OOO. luterest at G percent. per Annum ill eom | mence fraas the date of purchase, and j Payable lit Gold, ) Scai-aamuaifr. which i? eqc&l S v.t prescct, [ premium on goll, to about EIGHT per ee-jt. ! par smfi ism. Farmers, Merchar.t3, lleihstcic?. fc>o? and all who bare any imvsit to invesl,9h-ou)d j kac-w ami re-mcat tnfwr that these- Gcrfe urr- r im effect, a First Mortgage? apou all Canals, Bunk Stock*- and Securities. rfj t ■? jii.e iarete use product* of all ihe ia the country : and that the fcrfl a-.-d *&+}* provision made for the j>n\ aser\t ot and iiifuidation of prmcijw.', by Itov; ties, Excise Stamps. and Lrftraal jts.tsnr, serves to make thi.se ftcru& | Best, Most Available sml lovcataieat ia :he j.laxkxt. Snbsrript iocs mtirei at f*er f?.r.-i? Tt Notes, or n<\j*3 iieetf sifbazk- vS r< ~ rtt Philadefp.'tdv Sutftfnh n by wul | reive prasup* 6tfejtivo r **<? rverj f c - 3 expljs*tE! vriil r* urv i'-vtl /i fh'3aVr-. A D-n'tj *: .7 lv v-ot, 1 oa k-aad- fer &lin-;r. ' JAY CDOKK, Estfxwrrjptjfß -ijv.nl. "ASHES. SUGAR- MAKERS aid iH>"CStt-kF.n'fi3LK save all ywyr Aibrt- t-anfoL v >i 'wo tr*a ®rt as pc is "tile. I wiD pay 12 i n 33 -v. a bee?*! for vfcess dtfivtrtd vt as* sb. j - . • . Wsal lit 3! lo fiufk ApriH lutcn . TfrrcL ft 3eA2.