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NEWS!! GRANT & SHERIDAN HEARD FROM AGAIN !!! another union victory GOLD DOWN HEAVY DECLINE IN GOODS AN© P. A. BTEBBINS & Co., Are now receiviag a bow End complete STOCK OF Spring Goods !! purchased since the feeavy decline a~nd during the recent panic in Ivew Yori-, Consisting of DRESS GOODS, DELAINES, POPLINS, ALPACA'S, MOZAXBIGUES JPLAID POPLINS, PL A CK SILKS, BALMORAL SKIRTS, CLOAKS, CLOAKING S, *€A SSIMERES, •CLOTHS. Full stock of Men s rASffKMMBLE CLOTHING- i Also 1 BOOTS & SHOES, | J HATS $ CAPS, . I' &c., &c. Drugs and Fancv Articles Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in Tin Cans, Alcohol, Caraphene, Kerosene, Lamp •od Lamp Fixtures. Glass, Patent Medicines, Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfumery, Fancy | Soap and Toilet articles, Gum, Ilair, Ivory amd Wooden Combs, Pomades and Colognes, and a fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts, Pent, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil—raw and boiled, Brushes Cloth, Tooth, Kail, Hair, Hat, Paint, Varnish and Artist Brushes CHOICE STOCK OF GROCERIES, Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrup, Good Rio Coffee, West Indii and Dandelion ''offee, Rice, Corn Starch, Farina, Cocoa, Ac., ALWAYS OR HAND. P. A, STEBBINS' & Co., Carrier Main and Second Streets, Coudersport, Apr. 10, 1865 CA \ DR. TALBOTT'S PILLS Composed of highly concentrated extracts from roots and herb 3 of the highest medicinal value, infalliable in the cure of all diseases of the Liver or any derangement of the Di gestive Organs. They remove all impurities of the Blood, and are unequaled in the cure of Diarrhae, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Fevers. Head ache, Piles, Merculial Diseases, Hereditary Humors. Dose, for adults, one pill in the morning, children half a pill. From one to three pills will cuie ordinary cases, and from one to three boxes will cure any curable case of no matter bow longstanding. Price SI.OO V. MOTT TALBOTT, M. D. & CO., 62 Fulton Street, New York. RESISTANCE AT AN END ! General news of brilliant achievements is arriving from every quarter. Heads that most furiously rebel against tbe laws of beau ty, whether they be white, iron' gray, or sandv or glaring red, are everywhere STRIKING- THEIR COLORS, And assuming the loveliest brown or the most lustrous aud perfect black, under the swift operation of Christadoro's Hair DYe Which transfigures them in a few moments. Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO, No. 6 Astor House, New York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. ARCANA WATCH AN ELEGANT NOVELTY IN WATCHES. The cases of this watch are an entirely new invention composed of six different met als combined, rolled together and plan ished, producing an exact imitation of 18 1 carat gold, called Arcana, which will always 1 keep its color. They are as beautiful as sflid | ( gold, and arc afforded at one-eighth the cost. The case is beautifully designed with Panel j and shield fer name, with Patent Push Pin, ;' and engraved in the exact style of the cele- j brated Gold Hunting Levers, and are really < handsome and desirable, and so exact an im- ! itation of gold as to defy detection. The ' paoveiaeut is manufactured by the well known St. Jimer Watch Company of Europe,and are superbly finished, having engraved pallets, ' fancy carved bridges, adjusting regulator, ' with gold balance and the improved jeweled j : action, with line dial and skeleton hands,and j. is warranted a good time keeper. These watches are of three different si2es, the smallest being for Ladies, aud are all i Hunting Cases. A case of six will be sent by I Mail or Express for $125.00. A single one j sent in a handsome Morocco Case for s2sj | will read i-ly-sell for three times their cost. We | are sole agents for this watch in the United States, and none are genuine which do not bear our Trade mark. Address G;RARD W. DEVAUGH & co., Importers, 15 Maiden Lane, N. Y. CAUTION FROM TIJK ASIEFJCAN WATCH COKFANY. Jt having conn: to our knowledge that im itations of ihc American Watch have been put tipea the market in great nßuiber, calcu lated by their utter wortblessness to injure j the reputation of our genuine products, to: protect our own interests and the public from imposition, we again publish the trademarks | by which our Watches -may invariably be known. V e manufacture four styies of Watches. Tbe First has the name "AMERICAN WATCH CO.. Waltham,: Mass.," engraved on the inside plate. The Second has the name "APPLETON, TRACY & CO., Waltham, Mass.," engraved cn the inside plate. The Third has the naure "P. S. BARTLETT, Waltham, Mass.-," en-i graved on the inside plate. All the above styles have the name Amer ican Watch Co. painted on tbe dial, and are ! warranted in every respect. The fourth has the name j. '•WM. ELLERY, Boston, Mass.," engraved! on the inside plate, and is not Pained on the i dial. All the above described watches are made | of various sizes, and are sold in gold or silver j l cases, as may be required. It is hardly possible for us to accurately describe the numerous imitations to which |we have alluded. They are usually inscribed i with names so nearly approaching our own ; as to escape the observation of the unaccus tomed buyer. Some are represented as ffittde by the "Union Watch Co., of Boston, Mass." —DO "Such company existing. Some are named the "Soldier's Watch,' to be sold as our Fourth or Wm. Ellery style, usually known IVS the "Soldier's Watch." Others are named the "Appleton Watch Co. others the P. &. BartLuv," instead of our "P. S. Bart ltttbesides many varieties named in such a manner as to convey the idea that they are the veritable productions of the American Watch Company. We also caution the public, aud particu larly soldiers, against buying certain articles CALLED watches, so freely advertised in iilus- I trated papes as ''Army Watches," ''Officer's Watches," "Magic Time Observers," "Arcana 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 SMCII money. A little attention "on the part of buyers will protect them from gross imposition. HOB PINS k APPLETON Agents for the American Watch Co., J 182 Blond way, New York. j Uemaikahlc Cure of Stiff B*Lnce by illcock's Porous Pias ters. —How many persons, from stepping on a piece of orabge peel, have been lamed for life. A case which might have been of this ! kind has just been brought to our notice. A i gentleman, from placing v.hs heel of his boot on a piece of orange peel, was suddenly ! thrown down, and violently sprained his I knee. He was six months confined to the ! house, though ho had the best medical ad | vice. As a last resort a very eminent phy sician was called in to see if anything more could be done. After examination he said : "Mv opinion is, your knee will never be bent again." He recommended that the whole leg and knee should be encased in a plaster of Paris bandage, which would accelerate the permanent stiffening of the knee, and said, "the sooner it was done the better. But the patieut, before trying this application and having a stiff knee for life, enveloped it in our Porous Plasters, and in less than two months his knee was perfectly cured. Principal agency, Brandreth House, New York. By the yard or single plaster. Sold by all dealers in medicines. Dr. A FRENCH'S CELEBRATED TONIC BITTERS ARE becoming the most popular Medicine in circulation for the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN DICE, DEBISITY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS of the STOEACH and DIGESTIVE ORGANS. It is also gaining a great reputation in the CURE of DIPTHERIA. Principal Office, Coudersport, P<r.tr Co., Pa. THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL 1 -- ■ • ■ ' ... ; Coudersport, Wednesday Evening, June 14, 1865 Docal and. General, irniow STATE co^vestiov. A State Convention will be held at Harris burg on WEDNESDAY, the 19tb of JULY, 1865, at 12 o'clock M., for the purpose of put ting in nomination a State Ticket, to be sup ported by the friends of tne Union at the coming October election. The earnest and zealous labors ofaioyal people secured the great victory in 1864, aud made the war, which our enemies denounced as a failure, a glorious success in 1865. Our flag has been maintained—our enemies destroyed—our Government preserved, and peace re-established. Let every friend who aided in this result, takemeasures to be rep resented in that Convention, We must see to it that the fruits of our success are Dot lost to the Nation. Business of vast importance will be pre sented for its consideration, and every dis trict in the State should be represented. SIMON CAMERON, Chairman. A. W. BENEDICT, ) , . WEIX FORNEY, / SECRETARICT. gssT'Mrs. L. 11. Sigourney, the poetess, died at Hartford, on last Sunday, June 11. She was <6 years of age. Manning has just received the finest assortment of Jewelry ever brought to this County. It is well worth seeing, if you don't want fo purchase, and we would advise all, and especially the ladies, to call and examii e. Curtin recommends that in every part of the State, on the approaching Anni versary of Independence, special observances ; be had of welcome to our returned volun teers, and of commemoration of their heroic deeds. Coudersport has decided to ? Gather together the meanest and low est of the vile wretches of earth, put them into their mouths ail the concentrated ob scenity of the puilieus of our cities, place them under a tent, aftd you hare a slight idea of the "Great World Circus." EJSY-DIDS'T MEET. —The Legislature of North Carolina, which adjourned last Febru ary, to meet on the third Monday of May, did not meet, "according to adjournment." On motion of one W. T. Sherman, who spoke through cannons and other ugly looking in struments. the meeting tvas indefinitely postponed. A negro was recently drawn as a ju- i ror in Providence, Ilhode Island, and took his | seat among the others. Hitherto it has been customary there, when a negro has been t drawn as a juror, to intimate that he is not! expected to serve. But now it seems that a; different course is to be pursued in this matter. THE THROAT.-Famiiies would do well to keep J always at home a box of "Brown's Bronchi-j al Troches," a simple but most marvellously ! efficacious specific for affections of the throat, J affording prompt relief in cases of coughs, j colds, bronchial troubles, etc. Singers and j public speakers will find them also excellent to clear the voice and render articulation i wonderfully easy.— Monthly Magazine. • ' seems to be shown upon satisfactory' j evidence that Dr. Blackburn, the hideous; devil of yellow fever notoriety, did .actually' introduce that pestilence into Newburn last j summer. A great number of women and ' children Were thereby murdered; and yet th 13 Blackburn walks tne earth, and human beings speak to him and feed him, and wait upon bis orders, and the earth swallows 'neither him nor them. The age of miracles is indeed past. extra from the oliice of the National; Etink Note Reporter says "tile notes of the Somerset and Worcester Savings Bank. Md.,| and Merchants' flank of Westfield, N. Y., are thrown out and discredited. The first named institution never has been quoted as sound currency by the National Bonk Note Reporter, so those who followed its directions have suffered no loss. The notes of the above bauks ihould be refused for the present." gentlemen who have recent ly traveled extensively through the Southern Confederacy, say that inen are much more •abundant than they had anticipated. The able-bodied male population are bv no means killed off by the war. High officers of the Confederate army say that Jeff. Davis told the trrfth literally last Winter when he proclaimed in a public speech in Georgia that two-thirds of the Southern conscripts had deserted from bis army. 15£? U.We have ritws of far'thfer advance in American securities in the London markei. United States Five-Twenties were quoted on the 25th ultimo at G7 and 67 an advance of one per cent, on the rates cf the'day previous. It would appear that the attempt of the rebel sympathizers to create a panic among foreign holders of our securities, by circulating sen sation rumors of a probable rupture of friecd ly relations between this country and France, i has altogether failed. 8*32"" While the crowd Was pressing for ward to shake hands with Genernl Sheridan at the depot in Erie, the other night, the Gen eral observed a small boy making tremendous exertions to reach him. The crcWd was so j dense that the little fellow did not make | much progress, so the General stepped off the ! ear into the crowd, and making Ills way to the boy, he'd out his hand, saying, with a ! smile, "Come on, Yonng America." The boy , grappled the hand he had sought for, and seemed to quiver with delight over the fact of Sheridan's conferring upon him such a marked distinction. Tun NATIONAL DEBT. —We have now the I official figures, from the hands of Secretary' McCutloch, showing the aggregate of the na tional debt, as it was known to exist on the first of the present month. The following are the details : Total indebtedness, §2,635,203,7132 Interest,both in golditnd paper 124,638,874 Amount bearing int'st in coin 1.108,113,842 —lnterest 64,480,489 Bearing int'st in lawful money 1,053.476,371 —lnterest 60,158,384 Amount on which int. has ceased 786.270 Amount bearing no interest 472,829,270 Legal tender notes in circulation 659,160,569 Fractional currency 24,667,000 Uucalled for pay requisitions 40,000,000 Treasury notes over 25,000,000 It thus appears that we have already a debt of over two thousand six hundred and thirty five millions, which before the end of the fis cal year in 1866, will no donbt be swelled to three thousand millions, with an interest of one hundred and fifty millions in gold and currency to pay annually. J\ THE MASON & HAMLIN CABINET ORGANS.— No one who hears these instruments wil be surprised at the very strong favor wit! ' which they are regarded by our leading or ganists. Their quality of tone is admirable, round, sonorous, pure, and sympathetic: | while they have abundant volume of tone lor j any private bouse, and quite sufficient for smaller churches and for such halls as are usually occupied by Sunday -schools. V iih all this, their capacity for expression is won derful, exceeding in some respects even that of the largest and most costly church organs. This is mainly effected by the introduction of a swell, operated upon an entirely new prin ciple, Which gives the performer very efficient control of the tones he produces. The mod erate prices at which they are sold, and the little space they occupy, are important prac tical advantages in these instrument#. —A ew j l'erk Commercial Advertiser. jftgjg* The following Pennsylvania Regi ! ments, belonging to the Army of the Potomac, and the Armies of the Tennessee, and Georgia, took part in the grand review at Washington, and will be mustered out of service on their return to the capitol of this State : Cavalry. —lst, 2d, 6th, 17th, and 20th Regiments. Artillery. —Battery D, Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, Captain S. H. Rhoads. Infantry—Ninth. Corps. —4sth, 47th, 48th, 50th, 51st, 100 th, 200tb, 207 th, 208 th, 209 th, and 211 th Regiments. Fifth Corps. —llth, 56th, 83d, SSth, 91st, 167 th, 114 th, 117th,118th,121st, 142 d, 155 th, I96th, 191 st, 198 th, and 210 th Regiments* Total Pennsylvania Regiments in the Army ef the Potomac: Infantry, 42 ; Cavalry, 5; Artillery, 1. The following Regiments wers reviewed wit h Sherman's Army: Fourteenth Corps.- 78th Pennsylvania. Twentieth Corps. —2Btfc, 29th, 46th, 73d, 111 th. and 147 th Infantry; and Battery E., Independent Penn'a Artillery. Total, 7 Reg iments of Infantry, and 1 Artillery. B@t„A week ago we had the pleasure of attending the June Festival, held in the Spring Mills Academy by the ladies and gen tlemen of that vicinity ; and can truly admit an agreeable surprise. We had been antici pating something fine, but the reality sur passed anything our imagination had dared to picture. To attempt a description of the performance in detail would surely result in : a failure to give any idea of its excellence, j aud we w*ll be compelled to confine ourselves i to such as pleased our fancy most. The solo ' of a patriotic song entitled, "Unfurl the Flag," j was finely rendered by Mrs. F,; ""Sleep On," a quartette, and "Ring the Bell, "a full chorus, I were listened to with pleasure; while the j song of "Jefferson D"— sliyhtly changed to 1 [suit the times—-was received with great I applause. We noticed in this,however,a want , of proper respect for the "prominent charac- j ; teristic" of the "Southern chivalry." We j liked the "American Girl -'s Song," and: 1 the "Gipsey Girl," didn't sing much like the; | covered carts, pots, kettles, aud pipes, of our j | youthful fears and dreams. Mr. Youngs' i performances on the violin are equal to the j best efforts of the masters —but we are much | afraid his story about the farmer's dog and \ the lost youth will have a bad influence on I the rising generation. The Tableaux were ■of a superior character, particularly "Joan ! D'Arc"—very impressive, very difficult, but i very SuCCCSff"?. The "Rising Sun" was a "tall" sell, while "Jeff" was a sad reality. The "People's Lawyer" was worth traveling thirty miles to see. Solon Shingle, his apple sass, darter and song are entitled to our heartfelt thanks. "Jus'so!" Net cs cf Third Seiies of 7-30s now ready. The demand for the Second Series of t-he 7-30 Notes was so great that the Treasury Department was unable to print them with sufficient rapidity to fill the Orders It will be remembered that a hundred millions were subscribed and paid for in a single week. The nrntinfc presses have finally surmounted the difficulty, and on Wednesday, June 7th, the deliveries of the Third Series commenced, and will be continued with the same prompt ness that marked the supply of the notes of the first and second series. ?t has been this interruption of delivery at the time of sub scription which has given an appearance of a falling off in the popular taking of the loan, —the great body of small takers being un- j willing to pay their rr.onty unless they receive I their note 3 right in hand, to carry them home. It is expected that after this week the daPy subscriptions to the -Seven-Thirties will run i up into millions, r.s they wlil ufidoubtedly be stimulated by the opening of the farmers', wool markets East And West. It is not at! ail likely that the Government will ever again otfer so desirable a security as these ribtes, I and about two hundred millions only remain to be taken. With "the close of the war the national ex penses will be vastly reduced, and investors must look sharp for a reduction in the rate; of interest as soon as the present loans be come dhe, arid can tre paid oft". There is no reason why tire United States credit for money should ever again fall below its credit for; courrge. The same spirit that preserved the geographical integrity of the country will j place its pecuniary integrity on a par with that of the mos* favored nations—and that; will represent rate of interest under rather; than over four per cent. Marble Yard. tIIHE subscriber desires to inform the cili- X zens of Potter that he can supply them j with all kinds of Mfcrblo work, as ch-cap ?.nd as good as it can be had anv place in the country MONUMENTS and TOMB-STONES of all kinds furnished on short notice. C. BREUNLE. Coudersport, Feb 13 '63 ly NOTICE TO DELINQUENFcOLIECTORSr I am requested by the County Commis- ■ sioners to give Notice to all Collectors for 1864 and pfevious.that unless they pay to the Treasurer the full amount due from them, by the last day of next Cou*t, txecutions will i3sue against them immediately after Court. JNC. S. MANN, Att'y for Comrs. Coudersport, May 22, 1865. Annual Taxes for 1865. "VTOTICE is hereby given, that list of jJ3 Assessments made and taken by the I Assistant Assessor Of the 11th Division of the ; 18th District of Pcnn'a, will remain open at i his Office in Coudersport, for the examination of all persons interested, for ten days before j Saturday, June 17th, 1865. On that day tbe i Assessor will appear in Coudersport to re ceive and determine ail appeals, which must Ibe made to him in writing, specifying the matter respecting which a decision is re i quested, and stating the ground? of error or ! inequality complained of. By order of GEORGE BOAL, Assessor. I A. Rocxsviloe, Assistant Assessor. Coudersport, May 29, 1865. •4b |7t D"—"JONES' CLERK"—says he can ■ A "beat the Jews"selling Cotton Goods. A SOAP Question Settled ! Inquire at I 6TESBINS' -[ IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT GREAT SALE OF WATCHfS. CHAINS. DIAMOND RINGS. ETC. Oxie Million Dollars' Worth ! TO BE DISPOSED OF AT ONE DOLLAR EACH I Without regard to Value ! Not to be paid for until you know what you are to receive!!! Spleniid List of Articles ! ! lo be sold at One Dollar Each !11 300 Musical Boxes, from §2O to $25 cacb. 159 " " with Bells and Castinets, 200 " 500 " 500 Silver Teapots and Cof fee Urns, 20 " 50 " 500 Silver Chaffing Dishes 30 " 100 " 1000 " Ice Pitchers, 20 " 50 " 2500 " Syrup Cups with Salvers, 20" 50 " 5000 " Drinking Cups and Goblets, 5 50 " 3000 " Castors 15 " 20 " 2000 " Fruit. Card and Cake Baskets 20 " 60 " 5000 Dcsen Silver Tea Spoons 10" 20 doz. 10000 " "Table Spoons tc Forks, 20 " 40 250 Gents' Gold Hunting- Case Watches 50 " 150 each. 250 Ladies' Gold and EnSni eled Hunting-Case Watches 35 " 70 " 200 Diamond Rings 50 " 100 " 5000 Gold Vest and Xeok Chains, 4 " 30 " 3000 " Oval Band Bracelets 4" S " 5000 Jet and Gold Bracelets 6 " 10 " 2000 Chatelaine Chains and Guard Chains 5 " 20 " 7000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches 4" 10 " 5000 Coral, Opal and Emerard Brooches 4 " 8 " 5000 Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Florentine Ear Drops 4 " 8 " 7500 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear Drops 4 " 6 44 4000 California Diamond Breast-pins 2.50" 10 u 3000 Gold Fob and Vest Watch-keys 2.50" 8 " 4000 Fob aud Vest-Ribbon slides 3" 10 5000 Sets -Solitaire-Sleeve buttons, Studs, &c. 3 " 8 " 3000 Gold Thimbles, Pen cils, &c. 4 " 6 " 10000 Miniature Lockets 2.50" 10 " 4000 ■" Lockets, Mag ic Spring 10 " 20 " 3000 Gold Tooth-picks Cross es, &c. 2 " 8 5000 Plain Gold Rings 4 " 10 " 5000 Chased Gold Ring 3 4 " 11 " 10000 Stoue Set and Signet Rings 2.50" 10 " 10000 California Diamond Rings 2 " 10 " •7500 Sets Ladies Jewelry— Jet and Gold 5" 15 u 'GOOO Sets Ladies Jewelry— Cameo,Pearl,Opal and other stones 4 " 15 " 10000 Gold Pens, Silver Ex tension Holders and Pencils 4" 10 ' 110000 Gold Pens and Gold Mounted Holders 6 " 10 " 5000 Gold Pens and Gold Fr tension Holders 15 " 25 " 5000 Ladies' Gilt and Jet Buckles 5 " 15 " ! 5000 Ladies' Gilt and Jet Hair Bars fc Balis -5 " 10 4RRAXDALE & CO., MANUFACTURER*' AOKNTS, No. 17, BROADWAY, NEW YORK, Announce that all the above list of goods will be Bold for One Dollar each. in consequence of the great stagnation of trade in the mentfaeturing districts of Eng land, through the war having cut oft'the sup. ply of cotton, a large quantity Of Valuable Jewelry, originally intended for the English market, has been sent oft* for sale in this country, AND MUST BE SOLD AT ANY SACRIFICE I Coder these circumstances, ARRAXDALE & CO., acting as agents fori the principal European inanufactnrers, have ! resolved upon a great Gift Apportionment to. be divided according to the following regu lations : Certificates of the various articles are put, into envelopes indiscriminately, and when ' ordered, are taker, out without Tegard to j choice, and sent by mail, thus showing no i favoritqisrn. On receipt of the certificate, you will see wtiat you are to have, and then it is at your option to send the dollar and take the article or not. Purchasers may thus j obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring, or any; set of Jewelry on our list for ONE DOLLAR. Strid 25 Cents for a Certificate. Ia all transactions by mail, we shall charge ! for forwarding the Certificates, paying post- j age and doing the business, 25 cents each, which must be enclosed when the Certificate j is smt for. five Certificates will be sent for sl, eleven for §2, thirty for $5, silty-five for §lO, one hundred for sls. What the say of us* The. Lafayette ( Ind.) Daily Courier, March, 18, 1865, says "A better selected, more varied or fashion able assortment of jewelry cannot be found on the continent than Arrandale k Co. are now offering; Messrs. Arrandale k Co. oc cupy a high position in commercial circles as , men entirely above the common trickery of i trade. Their statementsVnay be implicitly re lied npon, both -as to the Character of their goods and the manner of disposal. Ladies especially, it* all parts of the country are re alizing handsome profits as agents, and if any ■ofcttrfair readers desire to interest them selves in the Enterprise, they nay do JO with perfect confidence. CHEAT '*IFT Disramrriov.—A rare 1 1unity is offered for obtaining watches,chains, | diamond rings, silverware, etc., by Messrs. j Arrandald k Co., at No. 167 Broadway. They have an immense stock of articles,varying in | value-, and all ere offered at one dollar each. . The distribution 13 very fairly done—you agree to take a certificate of a certain article. ! enclosed in an envelope, and are not required |to pay .your dollar unless you are satisfied with the article,which will certainly be worth more than that amount, "and may be worth SSO or SIOO. An excellent mode this of in vesting a dollar.— Sunday Times, X. Y. City, February 19, 1865. Messrs. Arrandale -4 Co. have long been personally known to us, and we believe them to be every way worthy of public confidence. • —X. Y. Scottish American Jour. June 11, '64. We have inspected, at the office of Arran ; dale k Co.'s Ageucy for European Manufac ! Turing Jewellers, a large assortment of fash iionable and valuable jewelry of the newest patterns. We also noticed a large quantity of silver plate, and understand that the whole of these newly imported articles are to be disposed of on a novel .principle, giving great 1 advantages to buyers, and affording exten sive employment to agents. We know tbe tirra in question to be very respectable and thor oughly worthy of public confidence, and re commend onr friends to read their advertise ment.—X. Y. Albion, September 3, 1564, EMPLOYMENT FOR LADIES. —The most- eli gible and profitable employment we have heard of for ladies is the sale of certificates for the Great Gift Distribution cf Arrandalo , tfc Co. A lady of our acquaintance has been very successful in this way, not ODIV filling her own purse, but also in doiDg a good tnm to those to whom she sold the certificates, a< will be seen by our advertising columns.— Gentlemen can also be thus engaged.— X. 1". Sunday Mercury, Aug. 14, 1864. The British Whig of Kingston, C. TP, says, Nov. 26th, 1864, '" One of our lady subscribers became an Agent for Arrandalo d' Co., and by request brought some twenty articles sent as prizes for her agency, to this office for in spection, and without hesitation we Can state that each ar.d all of the articles were worth treble the amount of cost to the recipients, and some of them six times." We have seen some very pretty specimen^ of Table and Teaspoons, Gold Watches, Ladies' Chains, Pins, Bracelets,-etc.. which j have been sent by Arrandale k Co. to this j place for $1 each.— Angelica. Reporter, X. Y. l . State, Feb. 15, 1865. AGEXTS. —We want agents in every ! regiment, and in every town and county, and those acting as such will be allowed 10 cents on every Certificate ordered by them, pro vided ttieir remittance amounts to one dolfiir, also other inducements which can be learned on application. Agents will collect 25 cents for every Certificate, aud remit 15 cents to ui, either in cash or postage stamps. Alt It AX I) A EE &. C O , Notice. GERMAXIA, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1863. is hereby given that Charles Bd- IX shor, now or late of this county, holding the following described property, has not ye* paid any consideration whatever for tbe same, and all persons are hereby warned not to pur chase any of said property of the said Bushor before the decision of tbe Court is given in this case and C. Bushor has paid to me tha consideration money therefor. The following is the property : Ist. A certaiu tract of laud near the Ger mania Mill, in warraut 5075, Abbott township, Potter county, Pa., containing 100 acres.— Also 25 acres in warrant 6078 and adjoining the above. 2nd. A cerlrin tract of land, with Mill and improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Potter county, Pa., containing about 204 acres. C. Bushor holds also tn trust warrant no. 2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa., on the road leading from Germauia to Gaines, containing 850 acres, tf WM. P.ADDE. Administrator's Notice. XLAJ HE 14K AS Letters of Administration to TT the Estate of JOHN BRIZZKE late of Oswavo tp., deceased, have been granted to tbe subscriber, all persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate pay ment, and those having claims against th j same will present them, duly authenticated, i for settlement to WILLIAM DEXTER, of Oswayo Village, Adms'r, April IT, 1865. Administrator's Notice. [ETTERS of Administration having beea A granted to the Undersigned ou the Ei tate of DENNIS MA'GINNIS, late of Ge-mse# township, dec'd, notice is hereby given to those indebted to tnaks immediate payment, and those having claims against the same to present them, properly authorized, to ANN MAGINNIS. 'Genesee, April 25, 1865. Registers Notice* A LL persons interested will please take i\_ notice that the following Accountants have Sled tlieir accounts in the Register's Office of Potter County, and that the satne will be presented to the Orphan's Court for confirmation on Monday the 13 th day of June 1860 in Coudersport. The account of Mary B. Smith k William Dexter, Administrators of David R. Smith, late of Osvtayo Tp, deceased. The account of Edwin Statbam, Adms'r of Thomas Statbam, late of Harrison Tp, dec'd. The account of Amos French k Harriet A. Rees, Administrators of Eli Rees, late of Coudersport Boro' deceased. Coudersport, May 12, 18C5. DAN BAKER. Register Trial List, June Term, 1865. 1 Jones, use of Smith V 3 Reynolds 2 Adm'rs of L. Strong vs. WT& A F Jonel 3 Shafef Vs May and Smith 4 Fuller & Card vs. Deremer k Thompsoa 5 Wood Vs W Chandler G Colwell Lyman vs C Chandler I J G Mercereau et a! vs Deidrick k Whita 8 S M MIII 3vs Ceo Bartlett 9 Price use of Bowman vs Uurlbert 10 Burdic vs Fay, Bradley & Wright II Keltz vs Daggett 12 N Dwight vs Colwell Sc Weston 13 E C Cvum Vs E Seelv 14 E H Hopkins vs C White 15 0 Bushor vs Potter Co. Forest Imp. Co. 16 Goodrich vs Monroe 17 Lee vs Kenyon H. J. OLMSTED, Froth'/. Proth'y's Office, May 9, 'CS NOTICE OF APPEALS. ~ United States Excise Tax, Eighteenth Collection District of Penn'c, Comprising the Counties of Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Tioga and Potter. N'OTICE is hereby given, pursuant to lh provisions of Section 19 of the Act ap proved June 30th, 1864, that the lists of vaN | uations and enumerations of property sub |ject to Tax under the Interual Revenue Lrws, ; taken by tbe several Assistant Assessors of this District, will rersian open at their' Office's I fbr ten days before the date affixed 4o hear I Appeals, for the examination of BR persons ' interested. j I will receive and determine appeals rela ; tive to erroneous or excessive valuations or , enumerations: In Geutre county at Bellefonto, on Wednes day, June 14th. 15651 In Potter county, at Coudersport, on Sat urday, Jr.ue 17tb, 1865. In Tioga county, at,We'lsboro,on Wednes day, June 21st, 1865. In Lycoming county, at WiHiamsport, on Friday, June 23d, 1865. j In Clinton county, at Lock Haven, on Sat ; urday, June 24th, 1865. ! All appeals to the Assessor must be mad# ' in writing, specifying the matter respecting I which a decision is requested, and stating l the ground of error or inequality complained of. GEORGE BOAL, Ast'essor. j Boalsbnrg. Pa.. May 27. 1365. can't believe what fine BARGAINS j X are to be had at OLMSTED'S,