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The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, July 24, 1866, Image 4

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jkiTA man asaulted Gov. Fairchiid, of
Wisconsin, in his own garden a few days
He struck him with brass knuckles.
The Governor exhibited pocket artillery,
when the assassin withdrew.
JtSTJudge Bowie, of Maryland, has de
• ided that negroes have a right to testify
In-fore Courts, in that State, and the old
State law forbidding it,beingin conflict with
the later U. S. law, is null and void.
£sTlu Richmond a white man and a
negro wereguilty of the same crime—grand
larceny. The white was sentenced to the
State prison for two years; the negro for
life. That's JohnsoniaD justice.
the Sheffield cutlery manu
facturer, is now in the U. S. I lis wealth
is reported at 820,000,000. Comfortable.
gar Gen. Grant was invited to visit 9G
places on the 4th, and was "confidently ex
pected" at 45 of them.
Greensburg Herald, published
at the home of Senator Cowan, repudiates
"his Accideocy," Cowan & Co. The editor
says that he will stand by the organization
thai served the Union. This manly atti
tude of the Herald leaves Cowan without
a home paper. He is now made totally de
pendent on Copperhead defense.
jCt?"Tbe Bridge on this side of the Island
was completed on Saturday. It is a splen
did piece of work and does credit to the
skill of Mr. Ivliuo and his workmen. It
Jooks light, but is still and strong. A
loaded team passing over causes no pre
cept ible vibration. We feel safe in saying
that there is not a better biidge on the
river.— Jersey Shore Vidette.
hundred and sixty-nine bills
liave been reported and one hundred and
eighty-six joint lesolulions during the pres
ent session of Congress, a number greatly
in excess of that acted on by any preceding
session.
The city of Ilartford, Conn, has
produced no less than 821,000 volumes re
lating to the civil war, whose aggregate
o oo o
value is about 82,500,000, turned out more
firearms than any other city, and built 81,
500,000 worth of steam engines during the
i CD O
war.
RE-NOMINATED. —The Union Congress
ional Convention for the 9th District of
lndiana,met on the 9th inst. and renomin
ated Hon. Schuyler Colfax for Congress,by
acclamation. From 1500 to 2000 persons
assembled on the occasion, and the greatest
•enthusiasm prevailed. This is the eighth
time this true patriot and gifted statesman
lias been nominated by the Union electors
of that district to represent them in the
Congress of the United States.
committee on elections in the
lower House of Congress, have reported on
the case of Gen. Koontz, Republican, and
Coffroth, copperhead from the 21st district
of this State, in favor of Gen. Koontz, and
i here is no doubt that the House will ad
mit Gen. Koontz to his seat. Coffroth has
held the seat from the commencement of
the session. This will add another to the
Union Majority in the delegation from this
Stato.
£<TTho copperhead members of Con
gress have endorsed the call for the copper-
Johnson Convention to be held in Phila
delphia, on the 14th of August. It is
significant that while the Republicans who
go into that convention drop their allcgi
ai.ee to their former party, the sly Demo
■crats loudly proclaim their fidelity to party
aud tenaciously hold on to their party name.
jt-sTLast week Gen. Grant issued an or
der, directing officers in command in the
South to arrest all persons guilty of crimes
against officers, agents, citizens, and in
habitants of the United Stales irrespective
of color. The people of the country appre
ciate this action of Gen Grant, leading as it.
will, to the protection of tboso who have
been faithful to the Union.
f
jt-fTßriek Pomeroy, of the La Crosse
Democrat , says "'not a dog in the land but
is better than an abolitionist, or a Lincoln
hireling , who was only brave when mob
bing the defenseless—or Lincoln thief, who
went to war in order to steal from private
houses." What do soldier.-* think of a party
(of which Pomeroy is a conspicuous leader)
that esteem theui uot so good as the mean
est cur?
Jt-fTThe present platforms of the two
parties are given in a nut 5..e11, as follows:
I nion Platform—Loyal men shall con
trol the Government.
Democratic Platform—Restore rebels to
power and give them control of our Na
tional affairs.
HONORS TO GEN. GEART. —The Phila
delphia Inquirer , a'Conservative* paper,in
noticing the incidents of the Great Parade
in Philadtlphia on the 4th of July says:
Gen. Geary along the entire route of the
procession was greeted by the vast assem
blage with loud aud continued cheers, the
ladies waving their handkerchiefs with a
will, and as though they would delight to
participate in the huzzas and other mani
festations of joy at his presence.
During the procession the little orphan
daughter of Captain Thorass H. Elliott,
Assistant Adjutant Geneaal to Gen. Geary
who was killed at the battle of Peach Tree
Creek, presented the General with a very
handsome boquet, with a card attached, on
which was inscribed, 'From my father's
grave. Kate Elliot. To General John W.
Geary.' The throngs on the sidewalks
immediately gave three glorious cheers as
the gallant hero received it from the hands
"f the orj'ban donor.
pm v VJ ■WIJW" n , X "■ ■■
jJSTIn 1891, when the Confederate
; usurpation was first established at Mont
gomery, Alabama, George X. Sanders tele
graphed to the North that the only way toj
prevent war was for the Northern Demo- j
'crats to force their States to secede after|
some fashion, and then join the Davi3 gov
ernment. Obstacles of insurmountable
magnitude having intervened, this original
plan lias been considerably modified; but;
tbe August Convention is designed to serve
the similar purpose of elevating treason and
punishing loyalty.
gksTTho first Rebel invasion of Pennsyl
vania was made in 1803 by General Lee.
the second in 18G4 by the band that de-j
stroyed Chambersburg, and the third is to
come off on the 14th of August, when the
rebel leaders are to assemble in Philadel-;
phia for consultation with the men whoj
were their Northern allies during the war!
and such new recruits as may be tempted j
|by the boutny offered by the Bread aud j
j Butter Brigade.
A Copperhead pap r quotes appro-'
; vinglv a saying of Seneca that the Romans
owed their greatness to the policy of ma
king citizens of the people of conquered
corn tries as soon as their \ictories were
achieved, yet the copperheads are so far
from subscribing to this doctrine that they i
bitterly oppose every attempt to confer the !
simplest and most indispensable rights of
citizenship upon our Southern allies in the;
late conflict.
j£#?*The War Department has ordered,
at the instance of the President of the
United States, that all persons who are un
dergoing sentence by military courts, and
have been imprisoned six months, except 1
| those who are under senlenee for the crime
of murder, arson, or rape, and excepting
those who are under sentence at the Tor
-1 tugas, be discharged from imprisonment,
and the residue of their sentence remitted,
j Those who belong to the military service
' and their terms unexpired, will be returned
ito their commands, if it is still in service,
and their release is conditional upon their
giving theii full time and being of good be
havior.
j£3Tllenry A. \Wse, the irrepressible,
! best known by the part he performed in
! the John Brown raid, has been making a
! speech in Norfolk, in aid of the churches of
the South. The address was like Falstatf's
• bill—very little church and much rebel
talk. lie spoke against the test oath,
which kept so many men out of Congress,
calling it unconstitutional, and haranguing
against any measures calculated to compel i
a proof of loyalty. An attempt to picture
Jeff. Davis as a martyr, bearing his suffer
ings with Christian fortitude, was thrown
in as a connecting link between church
j matters and politics. The ex-Governor
had his say and was satisfied.
I JfcftTTlie brave General Gantt, of Ar
kansas, now in Washington, well known
for his early and heroic opposition to the
rebellion,freely declares that the Presidents,
jcourse has endangered the whole future of
the Southern country,and that no decided!
. Union Man's life is safe even in Arkansas.!
From the eastern shore of Virginia
many negroes went to swell the ranks of
the Union armies, and fought bravely.—
After the conclusion of the war they returned j
to their homes, bringing with them the
arms which they had used with such good
effect against the rebels The white peo
ple suddenly became filled with an idea'
that the negroes intended to make an im
proper use of their arms, which,under the;
law of Virginia they are not allowed to ,
possess, and immediately fabricated a cock
and-bull story of an attempted insurrection
among the blacks. They called on the
freed men's bureau for assistance, and a few
men were sent over from Fortress Monroe
to look after the matter. It is universally
regarded as an exaggeration.
&.WAs soon as it was known through
out the South that the armed force of re
bellion had been broken, that General Lee t
j had surrendered the armies of the confed
eracy, and that the Federal power had!
been vietoriousas soon asall this was known
to traitors, large bodied of them at once
commenced to make preparations for leav
, ing the country. Why did these men
thus promptly prepare to go abroad ? Why '
. did they not wait for the action of the
Government,before they organized colonies
for settlement in Mexico? The answer is
easily given. No men better than those
who were traitors understood the penalties!
of treason. They knew they had been en
gaged in a stupendous conspiracy—in an
j unprovoked assault on the Government. l
They were self-accused and self-condemned
traitors, flying from the confessed penalties!
of their crimes. If this was not so, whv i
did they run away ? We leave this question
j f<>r the consideration of our Copperhead j
triends. V bile the Government was in I
the hands of just me:, the rebels were un
willing to trust themselves to its justice.
| While Mr. Lincoln lived no traitor of I
prominence was willing to trust himself in
this country. But as soon as Abraham
Lincoln was assassinated, ail the traitors
who had left the country, fearing justice,
(returned, knowing that they would escape |
1 'punishment. Tins is POPULAR CONFI
DENCK IN ANDREW JOHNSON. It is one!
iof the subhine realizations of the effects of,
my policy,— Harrisburg Telegraph.
PAPER COLLARS. —Several instances of j
the poisonous effects of Paper collars arc
recorded of late. Children have been poi
| soned by chewing them,and ljien have been 1
poisoned by wearing them. The enamel i
is said to bo composed of poisonous sub j
stances, injuriously affecting whatever part
. they may como in contact with under cir-!
cumstances favoring the communication of
the poison. |
GOOD NEWS
AND
NEW GOODS
STRANGE
BUT
TRUE I
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
I BARGAINS ! BARGAINS !
No attention paid to (lie cost of
GOODS.
Prompt conformity to the Lowest
Market Prices is our established
RILE.
We are determined to give the
public the Benefit of the FALL,
this time.
We shall try to prove the Rule
"Works both Ways."
You paid high prices when goods
went up, we will see to it that
you pay low prices now GOODS
are down,
Others may go down, hut we do
not intend to be beaten.
All we ask is to give us a Call.
Shop as much as you please. If
you know our prices wc feel sure
of a sale.
We are in for the trade this spring
and are determined that
C. S. & E. A. JONES
Shall take the lead in furnishing this
section of the country with the best
articles for the least money. Ours is the
Store where that can be done. COME,
SEE, and be CONVINCED.
Ail kinds of
Cotton Goods I
we are now offering at prices which can
not fail to strike the purchaser as
1 diea/D !
■Kb
CALICOES WITH TIIE STARCH
OUT OF BOTH CLOTII AND
!
BROAD-CLOTH,
Plain & Fancy Casf=imere?
STANDARD MUSLINS
Pleached and Unbleached
Muslins of all Prices. ;
Flannels of all Colors,
SILK & LINEN
lIANI )KERCU I EES,
SPOOL COTTON.
Ticking, Striped Shirting. 1
Denims. Crash, Toweling'
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
All-Wool Delaines, Amor. Delaines.
Mohair Lustres, &c,
GROCERIES,
Of all kinds. COFFEES, WHITE & BROWN
SUGARS, SYRUP £ COMMON MOLASSES,
! GREEN & BLACK TEAS, SPICES of all i
kinds. A great variety of the nest brands of
I SMOKING k CHEWING TOBACCO. Corn
| Brooms, Cedar Bucket?; No. 1 and 2 Mackerel,
Labrador Herring, flams <t Shoulders.
Also,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
30CTS and SHOES,
HARDWARE, &c.
REMEMBER WE PAY THE HIGHEST
PRICE FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
C. S. E. A. JOiVES.
Cov.dersport, June r>, 18C6 j
Summer Goods !
i at !
OLMSTED'S.
j
| VTOUR atttention is invited to the large and j
i 1 attractive stock just received, and for,
sale as low a? the same qualities can be bonght
anywhere in the county.
We have on hand a large *md varied as
sortment of Domestic Cottons, comprising
BROWN SHEETINGS, and
SHIRTINGS,
BLEACHED INtUSLINS,
DENIMS.
STRIPES,
CHECKS,
j TICKINGS, and
COTTON FLANNELS, on which we
' cannot be undersold.
We purchase onr goods for Cash and offer
them at a very small advance
From Cost.
II jANN els.
IF you want to purchase
RED,
GRAY,
BLUE, or
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING FLANNEL, call
At Olmsted'*.
; DRESS GOODS;
DELAINES,
PRINTS,
BROCHE, and
WOOLEN SHAW'S,
HOODS,
SONTAGS,
NUBIAS,
[ BALMORAL SKIRTS,
CLOTHS, and
CASSIMERES,"
a full supply
AI Oliaisled's.
|~ CLOTHING.
DON" T fail to call before purchasing and
see the assortment
At Olmsted's
BOOTS & SHOES
]NOR Men, Women & Children, in great va
_ riety and cheap
At Olmsted's
For Molasses, Syrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffee,
! iu fact everything in the Grocery line, call
AT OLMSTED'S.
| A full assortment of almost everything that is j
kept in a country store on band. We intend
to keep Goods that will give satisfaction and
sell good articles at the lowest living profit.
| AT OLMSTED'S, _
JU a it fiL
Grain of all kinds,
Butter, Wool,
Sheep Pelts, Furs.
Deer Skins*
Also.
County, Township and School Orders, for all
of which the highest prices will be paid
41 Olmsted's
Coudersport, Pa.Nov'r 18, £9SI
ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN
Railroad through Potter county.
CL.MJtI i,
News Depot,
AND
BOOKSTORE !
riVTTE undersigned would nnnonnco to the people of
J Potter county that they have bought out the en
tire stock of M. \V Mann of this place and will here
; after keep on hand a full assortment of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY !
Including Writing, Tissue, Per
forated ami Blotting Paper, En
velopes. Inks, Slates, Pencils, (ray
ons, Inkstands, Blank-Books of all
kinds.
Writing BOOKS, Pocket DIARYS,
Drawing Materials,
I11SC CL i\EG I S BO Oli S
including Ihe latest Standard
NOV ELS,MAGAZINE, PICTORIAL
AND
STORY PAPERS,
j AL.ST) all of the Standard
TEXT-BOOKS
FOR
SUHO£)XtS
: A tine lot of
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS !
Special attention given to orders for
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
Having made the necessary arrangements in New
York we are enabled to fill all sncl) orders on short
notice. By prompt and courteous attention to cur
patrons, with fair and honorable dealing, wo hope to
merit and receive a large share of the patron ago of
those wishing articles in our line.
D. C. & M. Id. LARRA2EE.
Jan 15 6t> tf
BOARDING!
r jIHK subscriber, late landlord of the Union House,
1 is prepared to accommodate visitors to the Coun
ty Srat with Boarding, at reasonable rates. Jurors,
Witnesses and others will find it to their advantage
I to give him a call. . . phel:>N.
4 Coudersport, Feb. 0, ISGO tf 1
Notice.
GKRMAJfii, Potter Co., Pa.. Anp. 1, 1863.
"\TDTICE rs hereby given that Cbarle? Itu-
phor, row or late of this county, holding
the following described property, has not ye'
paid any consideration whatever fcr the same,
and all persons are hereby warned not. to pur
chase any of said property of the said Bushor
before the decision of the Court is given in
this ease and C. Bushor has paid to uie the
consideration money therefor.
The following is the property :
Ist. A certain tract of land nenr the Ger
mania Mill, in warrant 50T5. Abbott township.
Potter county. Pa., containing 100 acres. —
Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining
the above.
2nd. A certrin tract of land, with Mill and
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Pottei
county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
C. Bushor holds also in trust warrant no.
2501, in Games township. Tioga county, Pa.,
on the road leading from Germania to Gaines,
containing 850 acres.
tf WIT. RAPDE.
E.REMINGTON & SONS
OF
Jf REVOLVERS, RIFLES,
XMCxzsltet® ct" CarP>i2ics
For tlie United States Service. Also,
FOCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS. REPEATING PiSTOLS.
1) IF LIS CASKS, REVOLVING RIFLES, Rifle
\ and Shot Gun Barrels, and Gun Materials, sold
by Gun Dealers and .he Trade generally.
in these days of JJofssebreaking and Robbery .even/
House, Store, Bank, and Office should have one of
Remingtons' Flevolvers.
Partiae desiring t<> avail themselves of the late irn
provenients in Pistols, and superior workmanship and
form, will lind ali combined in the new
Remingtons' Revolvers,
Circulars containing cuts and descriptions of our
Arms will he furnished upon application
K. REMINGTON & SONS, lilion, N. Y.
Moore &. Nichols, Agents,
lyl] No. 40, Courtiand St, New York
United Slates Steel Pen Works,
factory, Cainl', A. J.
R. ESTERBROOK & CO.
STEEL PEX MAM FACT! HERS.
\l T arelionst's: 403 Arch Street. Philadelphia,
\\ 42 John Street. New York.
These Celebrated Pens at e of Genuine American
Manufacture, and comprise every leading style in the
Market, and are eqttal in finish, elasticity and fineness
of point to the best imported. They are, therefore,
sure to gain the confidence of the American public.
Samples and Prices on Application.
LOTS MADE TO ORDER, OF ANY PATTERN GR ST AMP
REQUIRED. For sale to the Trade at the Manufactu
r< r s \\ arehonscs, as above ; ami at retail by ail Sta
tioners, Booksellers, and Newsdealers in the United
States. (lyl7-49 Estrrbrook *V Co,
COFFEE!
OSBOItX'S JAVt COFEEE-Themost deli
cious ami healthful beverage known.
It is prepared Uom tlic best JAVA U<)FFKE. and
while it has all the flavor of fine old Government
Java, sells for less than half ihe price.
OsP>orxi.' dfa-vft, Coffee
lias been steadily used for years, by thousands of
persons in all parts ofti e Cotuitry, and is universally
acknowledged to beat once nutritions, deliciou-,
healthful aud economical. The same quantity will
make a richer and stronger cup of Coffee than any
ether known.
Osboi-xi's S'zi-xrtx Coffee
Is particularly recommended as a healthful bever
age and is most beneficially used by those who suffer
with Headache, Nervousness and other injurious
effects from the use of other Coffee.
It is prepared with the greatest care, and contains
no ingredient which is not more harmless a: •! bene
ficial to the human organism than pure Coffee, to j
which fact the most skilful Physicians and Chemists j
testify.
Osboi*n's *7ci-vzx Coffee
Has been extensively used at numerous Banitary
Fairs throughout tfie Union, and receivedcertiticates
of the highest recommendation.
It has also been thoroughly tested, and received
the diploma of the American liist.iute and other
prominent institutions.
Put up in 1 ib packages bearing the fac simile Big--
nature of Lewis A. Osbom. and in boxes of 50 and 50
lbs. and Sold by Grocsrs generally.
TCliolcsaEe Depot and Trade
.Supplied by
TITOMAS REll) & CO., GLOBE MILLS,
In porter.- and Wholesale Dealers, in Tea, Codec,
and Spiccs.
s. 103 &/ 105 Warren and 209 Washington
Streets, New York.
April 3.—ly 1
GRQVESTEEN & CO.,
Piano-Forie Manufacturers.
499 Eroadway, New York.
rpilE attention of the public and the trade is in-
I vlted to our New Scale Seven Octavo Rosewood
Piano-Fortes, wltitdi for volume and purity of tone
are unrivalled by any hitherto offered in this market
They contain all the modern improvements. French
grand action, harp pedal, iron frame, over-strung
bass, etc., and each instrument being made under
the personal supetvisjfon of Mr. <T 11. Grovesteen, |
who has find a practical experience of over 11. rty
years in tlieir manufacture, is lully warranted in,
every particular.
TUB 'GROVESTEEN HA NO-FORTE - '
Received the highest award of merit over all others
at the Celebrated World's Fair!
Where were exhibited instruments from the best
makers of London, Paris, Germany, Philadelphia,
Baltimore. Boston, and New York ; and also at the
American Institute for five successive years, the gold i
and silver medals from lsith of which can be seen at.
our ware-rooms.
By the introduction "f improvements we makes
still more perfect Piano-Forte, and by manufacturing !
largely, with a strictly cash system, are enabled to
offer these instruments at a price which will preclude
competition.
FHICES.
No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood
Plain Case .4300
No. 2, Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood
Heavy Moulding $325
No. 3. Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood
L<>uis N IV, stylo $350,
TERMS—Net Cash in Current Funds.
Descriptive Circular sent free,
PACIFIC HOTEL,
170, 172, 174 17G GREEWICH ST.,
(OXK SQUARE WKST OF EBOAIHVAY.)
Between Courllandt and Dey Streets, New York. !
JOHN PATTEN. Jr., Proprietor.
PgNHE Pacific Hotel is well and widely
I_ known to the traveling public. The lo
cation is especially suitable to merchants j
and business men ; it is in close proximity to
the business port of the City — is on the high
way of .Southern and Western travel — and
adjacent to all the principal Railroad and
Steamboat depots.
The Pacific has liberal accommodation for
over 300 guests ; it is well furnished, and pos- }
sesses every modern improvement for the
comfort and entertainment of its inmates.
The rooms are spacious and well ventilated ;j
provided with gas and water: the attendance!
is prompt and respectful; and the table isj
generously provided with every delicacy of
the season.
Tae subscriber, who, for the past few years, i
has been the lessee, is now sole proprietor, i
and intends to identify himself thoroughly
with the interests of his house. With long
experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by i
moderate charges and a liberal policy, to
maintain the favorable reputation of the Pa
cific Hotel. JOHN' PATTEN, .lit. r
DRAWING UTENSILS.
I U.ST received by L> C. <* M- M Larrabee, at the
*) Poet Ofl'n e, a liue iotof FWtel, Bristol and Mono '
rbromMir board. Tissue paper, Paints, Drawin:* Pen-'
cils, See , for sale cheap. "" I
BUSINESS COLLEGE
North-east Corner Tenth and Chestnut Streets
PHILADELPHIA.
j The most romp'e<e and thoroughly appointed Bod
J nes* or Commercial College in the country. ''
The only one iu the city possessing a "Lcgislalit,
Charter, and the only one in th< United StateMntlJr
ized to confer Degrees f merit. Diplunas award,-!
to graduates in the Commercial Course under u e Co .
porate seal by authority of law.
Conducted by gentlemen of liberal education *tui
1 extensive experience In business, and .-•Abiding u ,
j quailed advantages for the thorough theoretical *nd
i practical education ol young m n for the various iiu.
j ties and employments of bus ness life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a system of
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
original and pre-eminently practical, g'virgthe B < D ,
dent iu the shortest time a complete insight into tfe
I routine, details, customs and forms of butta,*,
, genera', as conducted in the best-regulated cvmmtr
cial aud financial estnb! shments.
THEORETICAL BOOK-KEEPING
Upon a new plan, witli an original exposition of th,
i science of accounts, arranged and published by th ,
proprietor of this Institution exclusively for his o w ß
use, sari: g one-half the ordinary labor of the stud-p
| and giving b in a complete knowledge of the p c..\
i of the best accountants.
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
KM 11K AC Kg
Book-keeping, Commercial Aiithmetic, Pen
manship, Business Correspondence, Com
mercial Law, Lectures on Business
A fairs, Commercial Customs,
Forms, and Actual Bitsi~
ncss Practice.
SPECIAL BRANCHES.
! Algebra and the Higher Mathematics, Phono-
I graphy, Ornamental Penmanship, (he Art of
j Dctcctiug Counterfeit Money, Engineering
Surveying, Navigation and Telegraphing. '
TELEGRAPHING.
The arrangements for Telegraphing are far in ad
vance of anything of the kind ever offered to the pub
i lie. A regular Telegraph Line is connected with iho
j Institution with twenty branch offices in-various parts
| of the city, where public business is transacted, ami
| in which students of this Institution are permitted to
j practice. No regit !nr office practice cn be had in in*
i other school of instruction ir the country, without
| which no one can obtain a position as a praetieal op
-1 era tor. Young men tire cautioned against the decep
t ve representations of those who, without any such
facilities, pretend to teach Telegraphing.
PATRONAGE.
| This Institution is now enjoying the largest patror,.
age. ever bestowed npon any commercial school in th
chute. Over five hundred atnnents were in attend
| tn.ee the first year, and over seven hundred during
the past year. The best class of students may Invii
riably be found here, and all its associations are first
i class.
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS.
1 The Institution is located in tire most central part
| of the cirr. and its aeeomrnocatioi.*, for extent, ele
'nance and convenience, arc unsurpassed. All the
rooms have been fitted up in the vere best style with
I Bn-iuess Offices or Counting Houses, Telegraph
; Offices, Stationery Stove, and a regular
BANK OF DEPOSIT ANI) ISSUE
j supplied with finely-engraved lithographic, notes
n.-ed as a circulating medium in the Department of
i Actual Business.
TO YOUNG MEN
who desire the very lrest facilities for a Practical
Education for Business, we guarantee a course ott
instruction no where else to !• equalled, while tlnr
1 reputation a d standing of the Institution among
: business men make its endorsement the best passport
jto success aud advancement. \il contemplating
1 entering any Commercial College, arc invited to send
■ for an
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR & CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College,
1 and foil particulars of the course of instruction
: Verms, &c.
L. iMIRULYK9, A.M..
President.
l T. E. MERCHANT,
Supt. of Office Business.
novl4ral3pd
FOUTZ'S
CELEBRATED
: H aM Call Paste
r — "pfEfZ&d This preparation,
long and favorably
fir ® Vw an,* cleansing the
ft w. II stomach and intcs-
St? It is a sure pre
fentive of all dis
~~ cases incident to"
this animal, such a3 LUNG FE\ EE, GLANDERS^
yK L 1^ ( > \V v^A
miserable skeleton into a fine-looking and spirited
horse.
To keepers of f'ows this preparation is invaluable.
It increases the quantity and improves the quality
\ A of the milk. It has
been proven by ac
oeot aad n
much fivster.
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers ia
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a certain
preventive arid cure for the Ilog ( holcra.
I Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for 81.
PREPARED BY
S. .\. FOUTZ & IIKO.,
AT THEIR
wnOLESAI,F. Dfti ti AND MEDIfTNE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers through
out the United States.
Sold by P, A. STEBBINS & CO.,Conders
p.vrt. Pn.
THE
BUCKEYE STRAW-CUTTER
RATI NTEI>, Jl LY. l-f4, BY PORTER Sc SMITH
r PIIOUSANDS of these Machines are being reads
i and Bold, and give more
lulvcrsai S:i(islac(ion
than any other
Straw or Stalk-Cutter
lin market. It has nocistirgs aboutand can be mad*
or repaired in any country town. .
Tli Knife in wtationarv—Box vibrates—feeds
j —cuts on top of the knife—cuts everything square o "
any length you wish, and you cannot mak# ragi.' tu
work of it even with a dull knife.
I'rlcc, *i->.
Pam pie* of MaehinoH eun be it sl;op o* 1,1
undersigned. Manufactured and for gale by
N. H. GOODSEII'
' Couilersport, Ta , Oct. 2,18H5. •
NKW 3MUSIC
1 UST received Bolkne, Waltzes,
l Marches, Sougi, lhiette, Variations -by
I Aurtl 24,' fid. L. C. &. M M LAKRAEh-

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