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~~ * GRANT & SHERIDAN HEARD FROM AGAIN !!! ANOTHER UNION VICTORY GOLD DOW> HEAVY DECLINE IN GOODS AND P. A, STEBBINS & Co., Are now receiving a new and complete STOCK OF Spring Goods ! ! purchased since the heavy decline and during the recent panie in New York. Consisting of DRESS GOODS, DELAIXES, POPLIXS; ALPACA'S, MOZAXBIGUES PLAID POPLIXS\ BLACK SILKS, BA L MORA L SKIR TS, CLOAKS; CLOAKIXGS, CAS SI MERES, C LOTUS. Full stock of MEN'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING ALSO BOOTS & SHOES, HATS $ CAPS, &.C., siC. f &.C. Drugs and Fancv Articles Oils, Paints, and Dye Staffs, White Lead in Tin Cans, Alcohol, Catnphene, Kerosene.Lamp and Lamp Fixtures. Glass, Patent Medicines. Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfumery .Fancy Soap and Toilet articles, Gum, Hair. Ivory and Wooden Combs, Pomades and Colognes and a fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts Pen*, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oii—raw and boiled, 13 nislies Cloth, Tooth. Xaii, Hair, Hat, Taint, Varnish sad Arti3t Brashes CHOICE STOCK OF GROCERIES, Teas, Sutrars, Choice Syrup, Good Rio Coffee, West Indii and Dandelion ''offee, Rice, Corn Starch, Farina, Cocoa, kc., jLLIFATS OK HAKD. P, A, STEBBINS 1 & Co,, Garner Main ana Secrod Sire.te, Cauderepow, Apr. 10, 1861 PRICE CI RREXT. Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB BINS S CO.* Retail Dealers in Groceries and Provision®, oppositeD. F. Glassmire's Hotel, Ccudersport, Pa. Apples, green, bush., § 75t0l 00 do dried, " 200 250 Beans, " 300 350 I Beeswax, lb'., 20 25 ; Beef, " 8 9 Berries, dried, y quart 15 20 Buckwheat, "pi ousli., 1,00 1 25 Bnbkwheat Flour, 300 375 Butter, lb., 20 Cheese, " 15 20 Clovereeed 700 750 Corn, 7j3 bush., 1 50 200 Corn Meal, per cwt., 375 400 Eggs, V doz 15 Flour, extra, y bbl., 9 00 do superfine " 90u i 0 00 Hams, lb., 25 Hay, "£> ton, 10 00 Honey, per lb., 10 20 Lard, u 15 20 Maple Sugar, per ft)., 1"> 19 Oat 3. "W bush., *5 80 Onions, " 100 125 Pork, y bbl., 30 00 35 00 do -Jft).. 18 20 do in whole hog, ft>., 10 12 Potatoes, per bush., 37 oO Peaches, dried, y lb., 20 25 Poultry, lb., 8 10 Rve, per bush., 1 50 188 Silt, y bbl., 550 600 do sack, 15 20 Timothy ecd 250 350 Trout, per £ bbl., 800 900 Wheat. bnsb., 175 200 White Fish, £ bbl., 800 900 DR. TOBIAS' VENITIAN LINIMENT. A CERTAIN CURE FOR PAINS AND YV Aches, and warranted superior to any Other. Croup it positively cures ; relief is absolu'ely sure immediately it is used. Moth ers remember this, and arm yourselves with : a bottle without delay. Croup i 3 a disease which gives no notice, frequently attacking ! the child in the dead hour of night : before a nbvslcian can be summoned it may bo too late" Remember, the Venitian Liniment never fails. Price 40 A 80 cents a bottle. Sold bv all Druggists. Office, 56 Cortlandt, Street, New York. DR. TALBOTT'S PILLS Composed, of highly concentrated extracts from and herbs of the highest medicinal value, infalliable in the cure of all diseases i 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 Diarrhffi, Jaundice. Dyspepsia, Scrol 1 Biliousness, "Liver Complaint, Fevers. Head-! ache, Piles, Merculial Diseases, Hereditary Humors. Dose, for adults, one pill ia the, noising, children half a pill. From one to three p .Is wii' c tie ordinary cases, and from one to three foxes will cure any curable case of no matter how long standing. Price $1 00 V. MOTT TALBOTT, M. D. k CO., 02 Fulton Street. New York. The Greatest Victory Yet ! COLOBS STRUCK IN fIVS MINUTES. The above heading of a recent bulletin from the SEAT OF WAR is in all respects applicable to the results of CHRISTADCRO'S HAIR DYE when brought in contact with hair of any; obnoxious tint. Five minutes removes the' undesirable color, replacing it with the rich est biack or brown. No stain is left on the scalp, no damage done to the hair by this fine eaioldent vegetable dve. Manufactured bv J. C. CHRIST No. C Astor House, New York. Sold by Druggists. Applied by all Hair-Dressers. ISRAXK>KETII'S PILLS A General Assistant of Nature. What is health ? What is disease? Health is when the supply and expendi ture are equal. Disease when the supply and expenditure are unequal. HRANDRETH'S PILLS impart certain ex pulsive powers to all matters of the body whose life is below the standard of the sur rounding party, or which have remained longer than nature designed. So in fevers and ail that class of cases which soon run into mortification BRANDRETH'6 PILLS have marvelous curative qualities. Our bodies are continually changing, and it is by this change we live. Should matter remain ia organs beyond the time nature designed, pain and inflamation set in, which is nothing more than a preparatory effort for our good. All Erandreth's Pills are supposed from the results to do is simply ASSISTING THESE EFFORTS OF NATURE. AGENTS WANTED for the XIRSE 6c SPY. The most interesting and exciting book ever published, embracing the adventures of a woman in the Union army as Nurse, Scout and Spy, giuing a most vivid inner picture of thg war. Teachers, ladies, energetic yonDg men,anu especially returned and disabled soldiers in want of profitable employment, will find it peculiarly adapted to their condition. We haTe agents clearing $l5O per month, which we will prove to any doubting applicant.— Send for circulars. Address JONES, BROS, k CO , N. E. corner Sixth and Minor streets, Philadelpcia Pa. NOTICE. "117IIEREAS, my husband, JAMES G. \t BOOTH has left the bed he never owned, and the board he never provided, without just cause or provocation, I hereby caution all persons against harboring or trusting him on my account, as I shall pay no debts of his contracting after this date. AMELIA BOOTH. Colesburg, Pa., Jane 27, ISC3. NOTICE. STRAYED or Stolen in Bingham township. May 26, 18G5, from the subscriber, Six Young Cattle —two Light Red Steers and one Heifer, two years old, and three Yearlings, with white on the belly, and one red and white spotted. Any person giving informa tion of thera will be liberally rewarded. ISAAC W. JONES. July 3, 1863. [4w] Marble Yard. r|YRE subscriber desires to inform tbe citi l zens of Potter that he can supply them with all kinds of Marble work, as cheap and as good as it can be had any p'ace in the i country. MONUMENTS and TOMB-STONES of all kinds furnished on short notice. C. BREUXLE. , t Couiersport, Feb 13'05 Jj THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL Condersport, Wednesday Evening. July 19, 1865. and General. 86%. Paper? of the State report quite cool weather during the past ten days. tsSj* A Soldier bad hi 3 pocket picked of $l4O while standing in the depot at Lock Haven, on Thursday of last week. —— . P£jT° There was quite a heavy frost in this county, the morning of the 14th—not :ufS cient however to do any damage. The Tioga Agitator says: "Rev. J. F. Calkins, so long Chaplain of the 14? th, has returned to resume his labors among us." About 410 Soldiers partook of the Soldiers' Dinner in Wellsboro on the Fourth, and it is estimated that 8000 people were present. ©af" Robert C. Cox, of Liberty, and W. T. Humphrey, of Osceola, are candidates for; Assembly, in Tioga. £s?* The new Hotel in Williamsport will be opened in time for the State Fair 'which 1 is to be held in September. The New York JTerald says that Een Wood is a Benedict Arnold without his bravery and a Judas Iscariot who has not the grace to bang himself. AT Jamestown, N. Y , last Wednesday, a dam broke away, doing about £3,000 dsm ege. besides causing the stoppage of sundry mills. The new dam will be completed in six weeks. The Lock Haven Republican States that an attempt was made the other night to burn the dwelling of Mr. Sheffer, in that place, and that if it had succeeded, the family would Lave been burned with the buildings. ££%„ Major-General John F. IlartranH, the original commander of the 51st Penn'a Reg iment, is recommended for the nomination of Surveyor General. A fine man, an able ohi cer. and a worthy citizen, his nomination would be a "tower of strength" in the Fall contest. The Harrisburg Daily Telegraph has been enlarged and improved in many respects, and now looks more like the organ of a great party than it has heretofore. We commecd it to" our Union friends wno desire a paper from the Capital. Terms: Daily, £G in ad vance ; weekly, £2. ggp Nothing that Maximilian can clo will 3u :kc to cover up the outrage of his presence in Mexico. He may be the most liberal of | the liberals, but be is none the less a usurp er, the tool of a despot, supported by foreign bayonets. He may do -what be pleases, the oniv act that is cailed for ia Lis case is bis removal to Europe. On Saturday afternoon, July Ist, as three colored boys were fishing in a boat on Jones's Lake, near Montrose, the boat sunk , and all three were drowned. Their names ! were Edward Williams, Theodore Allen, and Alexandria Ray. Williams could swim, and j attempted to save the others, but tbey, in their fright, seized hold of him and drew him under. figy The Second Volume of Messrs. Tick* 1 nor& Fields Companion Poets for the People ! has been issued and contains the better part iof Tennyson's short poems. We have no ; doubt but that when the people come to un derstand the worth of these volumes they will be found as frequently at our firesides as the most popular magazines of the day, Send for a specimen copy. Price 50 cents. Tick nor k Folds, 135 Washington St. Boston. StoT" Messrs. Tieknor k Field, of Bosten, have published a pamphlet edition of a most I remarkable narrative ''The Man without a Country."' Upon its original publication in the Atlantic Monthly it attracted more general attention and comment than any article printed in a long time Jt has a peculiar in : terest at this particular time and should be read by every American, old or youre, man or woman. Send fn cents to the publishers and they will send you a copy , pott-paid. Fins AT KA>E. —Some three weeks since, a very valuable sawmill, belonging to Gen. T. L. Kane, at Kane, on the line of the Phila delphia and Erie R. R. was destroyed by fire. The loss to Gen. Kane cannot he less than $15,000 and the loss to the Railroad compa ny who ere erecting extensive repair shops, a round house, Ac., and to the citizens who contemplated building at Kane this season, is almost irreparable. We are gratified to stale, however, that another mill will be built as soon as men and means can build it. Gen. Kane, with his usual promptness and energy, is pushing the work forward with all possible dispatch. Information is wanted of the wlierea ' bouts of Nathaniel Hart, late of Go. A, 207 th P. V., who has not been beard' of since bis discharge at Camp Curtin, on the sth of June. Any information will be thankfully received, if addressed to Mrs. Harriet A. Hart, Bloss-i burp, Tioga county, Pa., or Mr. Frederick Uhler, Harrisburg. ' 1 -r We get the following items from the • ilast Williamsport Bulletin: One Hundred Dollars has been deposited ' in the First National Bank, towards a Fund .' for the purpose of erecting a Monument to' ". the memory of the fallen heroes who werrt * j from Lycoming County, and the Ladies arc, .'taking the initial ste'ps for establishing a; - Soldiers' Home. The Williamsport Bridge . Company are ready for bids from contractors I rJ to construct the Bridge. A man named | r i Peter Cavigan was killed in Perkins Mill on j r; Saturday afternoon.- Copper ore was found on the.farm of Martin Caub,in Wolf township. The sale of Government horses on Wed nesday and Thursday, was very successful. - The number sold was 139. The highest price paid for one was $215. The lowest price ;S2s. The Street Railroad is in full blast. £ A beautiful car was placed on the track, and e ! commenced its regular tripsin Thursday last. , j It runs at intervals of twenty minutes, and j the first day had no lack of passengers. r _ The people of Muncy are taking act.ye mear j ures to have a Soldiers' Monument erected in j the Muncy Cemetery. Several hundred dol ' lars have already been raised for that pnrpose. RLI'ORT . ! Of the last regular meeting of the OH Ma Je't n i Congenial Gathering, held in Crab-apple -3 orchard. July 1, 18G5. I Having met, the ears of the congenial sis- tcrs were regaled bv an Instrumental piece on the Accordeon, by Aramiata Jane Sciaggs. >\it, an Essay, -single Blessedness,' by ! Hannah Martha Simpkin3, which called forth i heartfelt enthusiasm. Song—"We're a band of sisters." ! After which, as the tea was cooling, they p-oceedcd to the supper table—Mercy Ann Livcforever and Felicia Dorothea Nipper carrying the banner on which was inscribed • Liberty for all—a union with no man." On seating themselves, they were horrific-d to find that the splendid bouquet that graced the centre of Lc table contained a bachelor's button, but as Jemima Mebitable Snapdragon j had the courage to throw the vile thing away | with jusi indignation, they proceeded to par take of the delicacies set before them. The following toast was offered by Alvira | Charitv Green : Old Maids—who, though racciing in a crab- I apple orchard, are not yet reduced tobouquets of "thistles and tansy." Responded to by Mercy Ann Livcforever. Araminta Jane Scraggs gave Old bachelors—"One and all unmarketable. Reponse—No doubt- of that; by Ketura Delia Slimmens. May the tribe of man vanish from the face of the earth and be seen no more ; by Ange lina Mary Patiphor. Response by Felicia Dorothea Nipper. Fearing that the sentiment justoflercd can not conveniently be complied with, Alvira Charity Green gave the following: May Old Bachelors flourish forever —at the Bachelors' Re'reat. Responded to by the whole sisterhood. * Dessert. Araminta Jane Scragg3 and Jerusha So phronia Pillicoddy, having partaken freely, of the persimmons, which formed part of the bountiful repast, felt in a mood of singing, favored the rest of the company with a long song, the concluding verses cf which are particularly fine: May the suh shine on as it ever has done, May our names as changeless remain ; And .10 Cupid darts ever pierce our hearts, May we never have "Love on the brain. We hope that the day is not far away, When no bachelor can us provoke With the words we now hear whenever they're near As, "Ladies, permit me to smoke." May bullet 3 still fly—may smoke cloud the sky— May cannon continue to roar : May the trumpet still call until it takes all, And then will our troubles be o'er. * The following resolutions were then adopted : Eeeoived, That while we deplore the rava ges made in our ranks during the past year by the disease called Matrimonium t we are consoled by the thought that the opposite sex suffered quifb as severely as our own. Eesolvcd, That those unfortunate members of our band who have been unabie to join us here, have our heartfelt sympathy, and that for their benefit, a report of this meeting be sent to the POTTE?. JornxxL for publication. Rcoh: That when the snail- sof another summer shall have called forth the buds and blossoms on the crab-apple tree?, we will mee; again in this, cur favorite retreat, to renew our resolutions of the present year. Jl -ok-cd, That— At this juncture the form of Jeremiah Clod pole was seen, passing through the orchard on his way to the Bachelors' Retreat, at sight of which the company retreated in graceful confusion. UXE "WIIO WAS TUEIIE. £-2?* The following is the description of the large Hotel about being finished in Will- iarasport: The whole structure is one hundred and j fiftv-six feet square. The basement, which j can hardir be called a basement, as it is only ! about eighteen inches below the surface of. the surrounding grounds, is as dry as any; other floor in the house. It will contain a 1 first class Restaurant, Oyster and Eating' Saloon, which will be situated Jn the north-1 east corner. Iu the southeast corner is a large room which is to be fitted up for an elegant Ice Cream Saloon for ladies. On the west side are the rooms for washing, ironing, baking, Jcc. The basement also contains a Barber Shop, Store-room for the use of the Hotel, and about fifteen sleeping rooms for the use of the employees of the House. In the centre is an open area sixty-six feet square, which is reached by an open arch way. Here are the rooms for depositing; coal, kc.. The next story—which must be called the ; first—is divided by Lulls, or entries, running : through the centre of the building at right angles, making four entrances, one for each side, besides one entrant# into the Dining Room from The Railroad Depot, when that structure is'built. At one side cf thi3 en trance is a Wash Room for gentlemen, and on the other a similar Room, with private Saloon attached, for ladies. The Dining Room is 129 feet long by 40 feet wide, and; will be furnished in elegant style with j small oral tables. There is also an outer > entrance from the west front. These \ enhances are all from a verandah, which extends around the north, south and wes* fronts. The central north'entrance l*adsto; the Office —a large and spacious apar:ment—: connecting with a Bar-Room, and from that to a Billiard Saloon, £c. On the cast, ir the ladies' private entrance. On the left is the ladies' Reception Room, which is connected by foldin:* doors with the ladies' Parlor in the northeast corner of the building. Trom the south entrance, by turning to the left, we enter a magnificent room which should be a parlor, but is designed for a Steye for the sale of gentlemen' and ladies' furnishing goods. This will be a novelty on the main floor of a hotel, but will have its conveniences j and attractions. This story also contains a room for cookfng, with a large fliTfe to carry ' off the steam and smoke, so that none will l ; escape into the Dining Room or other parts j jof the Hate?. The secend and third stories I are occupied by suits of rooms for families ! i and single rooms. They arc all -large and' 'airy, and the doors between communicating ■ rooms so large that a bed can be moved thro' j i them without taking them apart. A passage I way, or entry, seven feet wide, runs entirely . aro'und the centre of these stories, dividing the rootne into two sets, front and back. The ; passage is well lighted from both ends. The fourth story has a similar arrangement, but i : the rooms are smaller and designed for a sin- j | glebed; but they are large in comparison i [to the single rooma of mosi, hotels. There 1 j are three main flights of stairs to each of j these stories, besides the private one for the i use of the employees of the house. In fact. . there seems to he nothing left undone which j could be done to make this a first chiss Hotel. | unsurpassed In our large cities for extent o? ; room or the perfect arrangement for accorn imodation of guests. Such a house will, i necessarily- attract persons who desire a | comfortable retreat from large cities, and . will, undoubtedly, be fuhv appreciated. Frederick Seward Las so far recov ered from his injuries as to be able to ride ; out each day, weather permitting, and he j expects shortly to visit Lis home in the cuite i of New York. gentlemen who run the M'Kean Railroad and Navigation Machine, have been with us once more and retired, propubly not to again return until next year about this | time, vrhc-n they are compelled to visit us again, in order to retain their charter. FOT a goodly number of years we have been ae- I customed to this hind of proceeding, and for ! the life of us we find nothing in it attractive or which tends to win cur adnrration. The meetings of the company or* held in sorac | body's back office, and the proceedings are clothed with the most profound secrecy.— Every two or three years the company is completely metamorphosed, not from the lart-a to the butterfly, but from one set of men to another. Whenever a change occurs, the ntver-despairing, hopeful inhabitants of the Tallies of Potato and Marvin creek,believe the change to bo for the better. They are told that "the road is now certainly to be ; built," and determined to look only on the bright side of the.picture, they believe all they arc told. They remain all the time as ignorant of the doings of the Company as though no such company existed, and still hope on for the improvement to commence, for the day of deliverance, until "hope de ferred makeih the heart sick." Such was the history of the Allegany Valley It. It. Co., such Is the history of the M'Kean R. R. and Navigation Company, and such wc have al most come to the Conclusion is to be the his tory of all railroads affecting our immediate locality, but still we shall continue to "hope on, hope ever.'' We have reason to be thankful that capi talists are directing their attention to other sections of our county, if not to this. The Buffalo and Bradford Railroad is being com pleted to the Bond coal bed as rapidly as men and means can build it. A large amount of coal is being mined daily, and it i 3 expected that before the winter months roll round, the iron horse will be transporting 1 the products of our western 1. ills to the vast mark< ts of Western New York, the Lakes and Canada. So with the Buffalo and Washington IL R. j The men who have taken hold of this enter- ; prise are determined to carry it through and we look upon the eaTly commencement of operations upon the road without fail.— McKcan Miner -s>r. < lisipln on A'errro Stifl'rage. Rev. Dr. Cbapin of this city spoke as follows in Lis 4th cf July oration at: Albany: "It has been ours to reassert cur fa ther's declaration that governments de rive their just powers from the consent of the governed. We have the premises, shall we accept the conclusions that gov ernment el.all have no power except by consent cf the governed; that there shall be 'no taxation without representation ?' In the assertion of this principle our fa thers threw the tea into Doston harbor. How far shall we go in asserting it 1— Shall there bo no taxation of property and yet a taxation of labor and bones and sinews ana thought and speech and the dearest human lights? Shall there be a taxation cf any class of men while the men themselves are unrepresented ? Shall they give their blood in the hot battle and their sweat in the field, and yet feel that they have to vital function in the organism of the nation ' Shall we allow them the bullet feat cot the ballot ? Fel low citizens, the principle that gives its distinctive character to the Declaration is the principle cf universal suffrage. It asserts this radical principle of democra cy. The condition of universal su.7rr.go should be universal education, [Ap plause.] The criterion of a man' 3 vote should be, that he knows why he votes, and this will be enforced exactly in pro portion as he knows what it is that votes. It is not corn that votes, nor cotton, nor greenbacks, nor a white skin, nor a black skin. It is the intelligent will that votes, or should vote. Let the qualification be set forth and known as a condition, and it will become universal. Yon can lift men into intelligence, the safeguard of democracy, but you cannot educate them to be red, black or white." NATIONAL TEACHETS' ASSOCIATION. —This body will hold its annual meeting for 18C5, on the 16th, I7rh and 18th ot August, in the Hall of the Uousa of Rep resentatives, at Harrisburg. Gov. Cur tin will deliver an address of welcome, at 10 o'oiock A. ii, on the lGth. It is contemplated to have 2n excursion to Gettysburg, on the afternoon of the 17th. The I'cnntyhania School Journal Eays that the hotels of Ilamsbarg have con- j senied to reduce their charges about one third, in favor of the members of tbe j Association. The railroad? will grant froe return tickets to members who pay full fare coming to the Convention. AN ENTERPRISING FEMALE. —The Erie Di. patch says : We were somewhat taken aback, a few coys ago, on the creek by-meeting a "charming female" who talked as "pertly" upen oil and oil welis as any person of the opposite sex wc ever met. She had sites for sale of any desir able promise—was quite indifferent about trading—asked a good royalty, ranging from three sixteenths to one quarter — had interests which she consllercd worth from §50,000 to 8100,000 —did not want to marry—expected to open an office in NewqYork soon —had no agents employed, transacted her own business, and was ready to negotiate for anything in the shape cf property from a steam engine to a State house. ET cetera. : INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICERS have ; been appointed for Virginia, Louisiana. Alabama and Georgia, and tho organiza ; lion of these departments is to be effected as soon as possible. The idea of placing the burdens cf the Government equally on the shoulders of those who fought to preserve it is to bo made a* practical mat ter as scon as possible,and the South will yet loam that tho c3'ort to destroy a ; rood government was very unprofitable. The new Constitution of .lissours has boon adapted by a majority f one inou-- |aud eight hundred ami sixty-two The Prot-id'Tice Jtumnf, in an article on Mason i Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, spenk* of these excellent and now celebrated instru ments as follows : "For Toluine and quality of tone ; for variety and beanty of effect? } for excellence in crescendo and diminuendo; for quickness of response to the touch in rapid stf.cato and legato passages : for the ease and c-ntire freedom from fat gue with which tbo bellows is operated ; f.>r the stability of eTery i part of the workmanship and capacity of standing well in tunc, the new Cabinet Of gans of Messrs. Mason <fc llam'ln—portable reed instruments, the largest of which are smaller than than ordinrry piano-fortes—aio not only quite equal to the smaller pipe or gans of the host makers, but mncb superior to the generality of those heretofore nstd m email churches" and halls, and for private f practice." f*%, Ilarvey Sickier, Esq , the able editor of the T nk 7 ; [PstvJ Democrat, publishes the following la his issue of the 30tb of Oc tober. ISO! : "Vi'c deem it due to Messrs. J. C. AYE* ft Co.. to make known our experience with the use cs their HCTHACT S*BSA?AKIH.A. in otif family, by stating the circumstances under which it y as taken and it 3 effects. When onr only child, now in his Ibifd tWfj was about eight months old. a sore appeared frrt in small ]imples on bis forehead over bis nose. Those rapidly increased and Uniting formed a loathsome, virulent sore, which fi ugs.lv snrea i over his forehead and face, not even exccptiocr bis eyel is, which beeam® swollen that his eyes were closed. We called a skillful physician, who administered th<J usually prescribed remedies. A solution of i nitrate of stiver was applied until the mess of corruption which covered his entire faCC | turned jet black. The sore again and again burst through the scorched and artificial skin formed by "this solution. Meanwhile many remedies were employed without any appa rent benefit. For fifteen days and night 3hd | was constantly held by his parents to keep aim from tearing open with his hands thtf corrupt mass which covered his face.^ Everything having failed, we were induced by the high recommendations of Arras Sin- SArAMLLA far the cure of Scrofulous disease, 'o give it a trial. In Lis treatise on Scrofula. Dr. Ayer lirccis a mild solution of lodine of Potash to be used as a wash while taking UitJ Sarsnpe.rilla, aid it was faithfully applied. Before one bottle of Sarsaparilia Lad been given the sore had lost much of its virulence and commenced to heal. Another bottle effected an entire cure, and the genera! pre diction that the child must die was contra dicted. Ills eyelashes which came ont, grew again, and his face is left without a scar, as smooth as anybody's It is unnecessary fur me to state in how high esteem w6 bold Ayer'a Sarsaparilia. BR. FILKINS &6ROST VALUABLE MEDICINES, which have p®r ' f< rmed such wonderful cures and given gen ral satisfaction to all those who have made of DR. A. J FREXCIf, COUDERSPOBT, Potter Co., ! Pa., who will examine patients, as terra in tho nature of their disease, and give ail necess ary directions and advice to those who make use cf the Medicines. Orders from abroad will receive prompt attention. July 13, 18G5. jCOTJDERSPORT ACADEMY* J. W. AJLLrX, PRINCIPAL, assisted by j competent Teachers. TLIE FALL TERM i will commence cn MONDAY, Aug. 28, 18C!r # ' and continue Twelve weeks, i Tuition to be paid at the middle of the Term, from $3,00 to f 3,09. Contingencies* 23 cents. A Teachers' Cias3 will be instructed Frre of charge. Rooms suitable for students desiring to board themselves can be obtained reasonably ' hi and near Town. J For farther particulars, address the Prin • cipa!, at Coadersport. Pa. THE MASON SL HAMLIN <f hihinet Organs and Clilcker- L ins's Celebrated Pianos fcr | sale by John B. Shakspear,'of Wellsboro, Tioga county, Ta. Persons desiring to pur- S chase can do so by applying to A. L. ENS WORTH, Esq.. at the Bingham Office 1 , Coudersport, Pa. vw 31USIC. —F t*N£RAL MARCH to the mcLiory of ABRAHAM LISCOI.S," the Martjr Prcsldeat, by Mrs. E. A. Park urst, the popular ccmposer. The Kolu'el • Journal says : -'This is a fine composition, j .veil worthy the reputation of its writer." Very solemn anJ impressive. 1000 copies ere I issued weekly. Price 30 cents ; with vignette of the President, 50 cents. Mailed free, ! Publisher: "ioi ace V 6 atcrs, No. 481 j Broadway N. V. | TTJTIEIIEAS my wife AMELIA has left ray V ▼ bed and board without just cause or | provocation, I hereby vtarn all persons not to harbor or trust her on raj account as I will debts of Iter contracting after thi.- dale. /AMES Cr. BOOTH. Colcsburg, Ta., June 20, 1865. Mercantile Appraisement, List of I).-.tiers in Merchandiseju the? oatjr of Totter, for the year 16C5, with ClassiHcations, kc. Tiacf. Cl'*. Amt. Trscy Scott, Allegany, 14 7,01 'B. K. Spencer. Coudersport, 14 7,50 i P.A. Stebbins k Co., " 13 10 00 C. S. k E. A. Jones, u 13 lo,o'i D. E. Olmsted, " 13 10 CO Collins Smith, " 11 7,00 John S. Mann, " 11 7,00 Mason Nelson k Co., " 14 7,00 11. J. Olmsted, " 14 7,00 j v.". rtis, : Harrison, 14 7,00 Kruscn k Buck Bros, Harrison Valley, 14 7.00 Mary A Goodman, " " It 7.00 f Cyrus Sanderlin, Ilector, 14 7Oj , Henry Ar.dreson, Kettle Creek, 14 7,00 . Charles Mcissner, Gennania, 14 7.00 i Augustus llcpp, " 14 7.00 |H. Theis, lt 1* "/'$ Jacob Kali. " 11 ?/*> J. Sehwartzenbach, Brewer, " 10 5,0(1 Fredetick Och, . " " 10 5,00 Chappel & Bros., Ulysses, 14 7.00 Peterson k Co., " 14 7,00 S. W. Monroe, " It 7/0 !L. Bijd, ■' 14 7,00 ;Coiwell & Weston Bros, Itoulet, 14 7,00 Chs. Broutrsiar, Gt-rmania, Distiller, 0 25,00 B. S. Colweil, Millport, 1 I 7,00 II A. \V. Humphrey. Shi gle House, 14 7.00 , Mrs. Locke, " E t Sharon, It 7,00 j Geo. A. Barclay, Wharton, 14 7"& i Joel Evyraond, " 14 , j Harry Lord, Oswayo, 14 7.00 ! [Johnson <y Nelson, 45 15 G-'® L. li. KINNEY, Mercantile Appraiser. I June 27. 186..