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THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
condimort, ►dnesday tomittg Oct. 12, 104.
Local and General.
c.See New Ad verti.?ements
M. CASH paid for Wood at this oflicet
Ita.See notice of Substitute Wanted in
another column. •
• glgt„.We had a .• cncrs storm on Saturday
lrst, prior to which ire have had no frost this
fall. Pretty long sq for Pormr,
y We send out some Extras with this
number of the Jour:NAL and hope tney will all
be read. We. delayed our issue this week
for the purpose of , giving some election re
turns. They will be found in another column.
'Another battle7tookplam bet Ween
our forces and the rebals at ,!..12.toana, Geor
gia,.whielt resulted in a complete victory for
-the Union arms. The rebels were driren
from the field, leaving their dead and from
4.00 to 600 wouuded he our hilnds.- Our loss
was about 100 killed an 4 200 wounded,
Ite. Jeff; Oarie merle :a eery desponding
speech at Macon, on the 23d of September.
He virtually confessed that netliing but the
success of du: peace par:v at the North can
save the retlliori from speedy destruction.
He made other'confessions which show con
clusively that the rebellion is, on its last legs.
ger The Old li:cm - tone Bt.lte has just sent
sixteen new regiments, numbering nearly
18,000 tnen 'to the army of !Grant, and not
less than 20,000 patriotic. volunteers to the
old regiments, within the last sixty flays.
Will the people rewara their t..,rolsm and fi
delity to our common Nutionitlitr by voting
the war "a failure," .and delii,taing
sation of hostilities T'
le - Br a recent deei:sion
.Marshal benera;l, an men whr*'have been
?drafted at any time heretofore and slid
.commutation money, are exempt; under the
present draft, and nxttil the existing enrolment
is exhausted. ''This is I , dt just, and v,-111 give
renewed assura.ice that the government
weans to deal equitably with tl.te people.
ter ..Stage. i Line s now :opened on the
road between Concierspo:l, f t Shippers. It
ileares Coudersport at meeting the
trains on the Philadelp.ia and s Erie, and re
turning-about ti p. in. The managers of this
r.toute are determined that pasesngers shall be
• carried through with comfort and despatch;
anp that all packages entrusted to their ome
shall reach their destination safely.
IgErIISE GENESEE FARMEE.—OrIe of the
oldest and mo.:-.1 reliablo agrieultnr.il journals
in the United States is the -Genesee Farmer."
It costs only One Dollar a year. and all n - ho
subscribe at this time far 15 , ;3 nill receive
the October, November and December num
bers of this year Faze The October num
'bet before us ccutains full reports of the
Nei- York Sta:e Fair, dizzcussions, Also
the proceedings esti:2 American Pomological
Society, Wool , C-rowers' Convention,
Those who wish a strictly i n.-ricultural and
horticultural jmrnal ,:shoubl :take the "Farm-.
er." Sand a thrllarr-L CEIC.? to jOSEI'iI 11AERis,
publisher of the-Genesee Farmer," Roe h erter,
N. Y., and yen will get the paper for Efmen
lieu in Totter. We hare , succeeded in -ro
curing the Winne; of - tn:no of the droned per-
sons in our cmintr
E0,3. 1 ,*1 3r. Nile:.,
Lent, Perry F. , .1.,‘Ltr.,1.
Soyder„lor,:eph Lent, Furnai.e.
berger,' John Tag; it:,P. D. (..;:caiw,i,
!E Coke rd.
Xoulet Ter7r.. , /:.:)l—Jeromi.t.h Co,u, .Lttnesi
Sullivan, Jacob heed, J:- se 13rine.,
Brine, Oscar Cars:m. i7, - mry
Mentzer, Isaac. SearS, I;ii.tr..l Weimer, Rile
-Pomeroy, Ilenj. C.lrt:.-Win;fent
nel Card, Nelti 3D I..r.z,urs. !vr,.. - s.,Levi,
Cornell, (;rime , ttle •
Hanson. I)anirl I). G:enson,
man (whose-zs dtaftit_dlast,
,yacr and died in
IST OF LETTEIIS remainia:z in the Pog
_LA Office at Cowlersp o rt Pa,, Oct. 1. 1864.
Charles H. Allen. S. A. Baker, George
..Roude ..or Donde. Nellie Cady, Ruth Cady.
Davenport and Agden, G. W.. Davis, Leonard
,Davis, Abram Haywood, 111,,mna Jackson,
.F.dsrar.ll Jones, R. A. Wood, Eli WOrden.
JNI). S. MANN, P. M
Freeman Rally I
BON. ISAAC BENSON' 'will address
Meetings as follows:
HORTON'S SCHOOL HOUSE,
in Wharton, l'hurad4 Evening, Oct. 20.
AT REES' Smoot, lions;
Friday Evening, October 21st.
AYRES' :HILL SCHOOL HOUSE,
' Saturday Evening, Oct. 22.
'MESSRS. BENSON aud OL3ISEED
trill addrera }Meetings, as follows :
AT RAYMOND'S , CORNEttE,
Monday Evening, October 24th, 1864
UNITED STATES SCHOOL HOUSE,
in Bingham, Tuesday Evening. Oct. 25,
NORTH FORK SCHOOL HOUSE,
Harrison,an Wednesday evening, Oct. 26
HARRISON VALLEY SCHOOL HOUSE,
Thursday evening, Oct. 27.
SUSDERLINVILLE SCIIOOI, HOUSE,
Friday evening, October 28.
SCHOOL 'noun near month of West Bo'h,
Saturday evening, Oat. 2.
JOHN S. MANN, ESQ., will address
meetings as follows:
At BcitooL llousE near mouth of the
Etoaeyoy e , Friday eceniag, October 28.
Saturday crcnia,g, Oct. 29.
Hear a Soldier..:
COMMISSARY DEP'T, 3D , IST D.,',2"b
PETICRSBURG, Va., Sept. 19, 18t4.
_DEAR Btoruza 43'n Strrsti Yen! kind !and
welcome letter dated: Stpt. 12th, received 1
in dne'season. Yon say! that you !hear that
the most Of the Army of the Potomac thinks
McClellan' is the man for President:: Now the
person who says that is greatly dtceived as
well as 'everybody Who belieres it: ", It is true
that Little McClellan had a great many friends
in the Army, but since he has allowed him
self to be used 11.9 at. instrument In !the hands
of such n traitorous gang as the: Chicago
Platte= was composed of, his obi ftiend:s
have nearly all gone fret - 111111m, and will un •
dottbledly all go for "Old !Abe." as ;you call
call him. The Copperheads are continually
picking flaws . wilh Old Abe. They say this
is a Negro*War, and that be is car,tying on
the war fee the Abolitidnists. T 147 do not
seem to remember that thb Union was dis
solved under a Democratic .dministratien,
and by Denmerats too. And now who would
trust them to put in a President? NO one
but traitors. If the Soldiers do not want
pence, then!l do not know who does I Bat
Jet me tell .you that we want an honorable
one—one that is wotthy Our Glorious
Country. But the 'Copperheads are opposed.
to such an event. They want to see the
Union separated. They want vs, after so
much hard petting, and blood-shed, to lay
down their arms, call ourselves whipPecl, sub
mit to the traitorous. cowardly laws of Jeff.
`Davis, and 'ever be used as N'egro-bunters for
him. Any one who hat any interest in the
restoration of the Union and a speed" . end of
the war can tell very quick what man to vote
for. We , have excellent news from Sherman's
arms. Atlanta is ours and fairly won. I
Ithirvk shortest way to peace is to *lea
Uncle Abe and ill up the Army. The latter
qk3. l Z , is tearly totnpltted. Defrults are pour
ing in every day by the thousands. T think
we have reason td-thank God for the Success
of our arms !of late. Everything loOks en-
Leming - lug now for a speedy end of the tytt - N
We have not had much fighting herel'of late
I except picket fighting. The Army is 'laying,
!still now; recruiting, receiving recruits and
mating preparations for what!' true. will he
regiala your .erectionate brother,
tElection, 0. K.!!
Oar majority is this caunty l has been re
duced considerably, not by cliinges poli
tics but by the number of meal furnished for
the army. and when the soldiers' vote -is re
corded it wiil raise the majoritV'iconsiderably.
More than four hundred mt4are enlisted
from this county into the nrmy'fince 17:ne vast
elec. - lion. The':vote is Frrr kght+-:liglitetll. an
it ham beon for'y-Ciii-e, yet w-eothir.lr. by earnest
iteurfiss we ca;n increase the rote and the
majority very :materiall'F. fit :the October
election in 191 1 i , 1 Curtin had 795 majciiity,
while 'Lincoln; in Novettiber, had (with "only
an increased vote of 41) a majority of 7;0241
a ga:in of 1'2 . ? o: - ercurtin's majority of Octo
ber. We -tannot expect to hate as large an
' increase this year, but we thins an increase
i can .easily be 'itecOMpf , :slied. The fact t ihat
I the friZMcis . of the Union in Ohio and Indiana
have i , o . nohly asserted their love for country
peilnips tipen the eyes of our opponents
who hate been halting between two'opininds
rot soon tirne•• ~ •
- Th..? eltction•returns froin the States 141 d-;
ng . elections this week are not very complete,
but enc,itq.,'i is known to kliiicate pretty clear
:: that I'io tied-Indiana have gone strongly
far the Union Ticket—we gaining quite a
aumber of COngressinen. Pendleton, Cox'
Long, and Voorhees are reportetlilefeate.4-
9nd Union men elected in their places. ,1 I
Pennsylvania - 11as gone Union by a -sit:ill
majority on the borne vote, which will be very
materially- increased by the Tote .of the Sol
diers, who are voting 10 Uliiion to i copper
This Congressional DiStriet has not yet
been ''.>tfifitiently, heard from to zway whht
Wilson's majoritk will be, but enough has
beer -heard 'to indicate 4bat his electien iS a
sure thing. - 1
We only give tie rate !dr 'orgress in de
ta:ll, 'there being rio regular opposition to the.
balante of the ticket : •I
'Wilson, t. Wrig,lit,'Cor.
Abbott . -15 36 ,!
Allegany' , 1 58 1, 24
~., ~8 .9 . ; ~13'''
Coucismaort ' 4'7 . 22 .;
Enlalia • , 21 30 1
Genesee 32 . 32
Harrison ' 76 , '32
Hebron , 33
I L .
Hector 1 35 19 -'
Homer ' 21 l:4
Jackson 4 ; 1,9
Keating lO 1- 2
Ciswaro 43 ' - 21
1 18 ; 'l3
Pleasant Valley 1 40 15
Roulet , --.' ' 17 , . CS
Sharon B5 •26
Sweden ; . 22 .11 .1
Summit . I'l . 8 . 1
Sylvauid 1 19 23 1
Stewartson .14 • 24
Ulysses 1 4 6'. . 1 18
i, - 9
West Branco, - 24
Wbarton . 1 36 'i e g - ~
AsE. , eraii.y--Olmsted bad 1154 'odes, •
Guernsey had 945 votes.
A. 31. Loop had 2C9 votes.
Treasurer—Jones had 1,007 rotes:
Commissioner—Austin had 951 Totes.
Auditor--L.Bird had 930 votes.
do N. B. Graves had 934 vote's
Fhilndelphia gicep 7,096 majority,'Uninn
Allegany, 7,000 Union maj.
Cincinnati, 6,000 :Union maj.
Indianapolis, a gain of 4,000 Union maj
L.:it-caster county,' 4,500 Union maj,
In Couderpsport, on the morning of! the
1.31.11 inst., at the residence of Capt. A. F.
Jones, by the -Hon. C. S. Jones, LEROY,
CRITTENDEN, of StevvisrtSan townslaip,:ind
Miss NANCY JONES, of Coudersport.
Thanks to the ham . v.ontite for a share of
the Bride's Cake. May they always fe( l .l that
the fadei of those we love are the fairest of
sights, sad their voices the sweetest harmony
in the world.
In Ulysses, on Thursday, Sept. 2.9. 1864,
Of Typhoid Fever, WALTER W. GRIDLEY,
aged 26years. •
A kitril husband, a dutiful son, an excellent
and a good Christian, Mr. Gridley
has left behind him an example well worthy
of imitation. He was considered one of the
most pi - omising young men of our county and
in his death his relatives and the whole COICI.
=nay have sustalard a great and irrepara
"one knew thee but to love thee,
Or named thee bat to praise.
Teats fell when thou Avert dying
From eyes unused to weep,
and long. where thou art lying'
Will tears the cold tars steep."
4 - 1 AME to the premises of the substriber in
tJ 'Harrison township ; Potter •tounty, Pa!,
about the 30th of October, a teo yhar old
heifer, with a brown and ockled face. The
owner wilt come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take her away, or she will be
disposed of according to law
Piartison, Get.. 13. Elw
E.NLTST the United States Sertiee
for 'ONE YEAR. A liberal bounty will
be given. Apply immediately at this OfGee..
Statement of ...kccounts-of Pike Sehoc:
Districts, June let, 1864:
Due from delinquent Treas
urer's and Colleetor4,- $:300 00
On unseated taxes 401 00
Yr. to outstanainffordelt
Balance of assets over liabilities $370 00
We certify eze foregoi. , g, to be a. correct
statement of the accounts of Pike School Dis
trict at the date aboro written.
WM. ANSLEY, President.
S. IL MAPTLN, Treasurer.
M. Yorccs, Secretary.
W, ALLEN, Principal,
Late of the Wellsboro Academy, assisted
tt,s• tow.petent Teachers.
The Fall Term coMmences September sth,
and - continitee Eleven Weeks.
Tuition, to be paid at the middle of tlie
term, $3 to SS. No scholar admitted for less
than half a term.
A Teachers' Ciass will:6e instructed free af
Ti. F. W.A.:CS:M . :Hit
P. A. STElitkiNS,
Coudersport, 3hg. S, 186,1
SPRING MILLS ACADEMY.
SPRING MILLS, ALLEOAIit 00., N. Y.
ELIAS 11011 TON,
Miss NELLIE WALKEIL, Assistant
Miss A. A. TEATEIL, Teacher of :Music
The Fall Term commences September 7:
The Winter Term commences December 14.
The Spring Term commences March 22.-
Tuition from Four to Eight Dollars.
Board ;52.00 to $2.50 per week. •
The Prineipal ,haring recently graduated at
out, of the first Commercial Colleges in the
State, - is thoroughly pretared to tenth Single
and Double Eit-try Book-seeping Banking,
Commercial f.tw, &c., in as good n manner
as it t9.tigkt au of the first Etllets in
Furnished morns for self-boarding
For farther inforthatiot - addres's the Prir.ei
pal or the v.ndersigned.
NV3I. CODsl, •
President Beard of Trustees.
GeaytAth,l'otter Co., Aug„ 1, 1863.
T OTICE is, hereby given that Charles 13n
-11 shot% now or lite of this counts, holding
the following escribed property. hrknot yet
paid any consideration whatever fcr the same,
and al! 9ersons are hereby warned not to pur
chase any ef t.sid -property of the 'said Bushor
before the decision of the Court is Overt in
this case and C. Bushor has paid to me the
consideration Money therefor.
6'he following is the property:
Ist. _'certain tract of land near the Ger
mania Mill, in warrant 5075. Abbott.township,
Potter county, Pa., containing 100 acres.—
Also 25' acres in warrant . so7B and adjoining
n(1. A certrin tract ofland, with Mill and
improvements thereon, new' Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township,Potter
county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
C. Busbor botch also in trust warrant no.
2501, in ,Gaines'lownship, Tioga county, Pa.,
on the road leading fror3'Gtrmania to Gaines,
containing 850 acres.
tf W3l. RADDE.
WHEREAS Letters of AdministratiOn to
the estate ofiiIIES COTTON, late of
Harrison township, "jotter county, dec'd, have
been granted to the ettncriber, all persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
against the , same will present them, duly an
thealeated, for iettlement to
LEROY D. GOFF, Adretir.
Coudersport, 'l3ly 20, 1864.
On the Course Again.
100 Men and 50 Teams Wanted.
T ° go onto a Lumber Job, fwo miles above
Benezette,Elk county, Penn'a. Distance
from here. 58 miles. .Norte but GOOD Chop
pers.and Wooamen,good Teams and Wagonsr
are Inflated. Ready for men the first Of OctO
ber ; for lean, the /std. Steatirwork truth
Spring. Pay.for men from $3O to $4O per
nichlth mid found. For gdod horie-team and
man, $3 per day -Mid found. For good 0ir..1
team B 2 per day and found. The best route
to-the fob is down the First Fork of the Bin
nemahoning creek and up Bennett's Branch
Euipaire when there for my Foreman, .3fichael
Courtney. The Job Is a good one to work
teams on. Forty Dollars per ton will be paid
for all HAT brought in. Bring in a load
Coudersport. Penn'a, Sept. 14, 1864,
The Secretary of the Treasury gives notice
that subscriptions will be received for Conpub
Treasury Notes, payable fromAug.lsth.lB64,
With semi-annual interest at the rate ofseven
and three-tenths per cent. per annurn,•=prin
cipal and interest both to be paid in lawful
These notes will be convertible at the option
of the holder at maturity, into six per cent.
gold bearing bonds, payable not less than five
nor more than ti-enty years . frOm their date,
as the Gorcetenlent may elect. , They Will be
issued in denominations of $5O, $lOO, $5OO,
$l,OOO and $5,000, and all subscriptions must
be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty
The notes will be transmitted to the odmers
free ' of transportation charges us soon niter
the receipt of the original Certificates of De
posit as they tan be prepared.
As the totes dralv interest from Augutt 15,
persdris ,making deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued front date
of note to ante of depoSit.
Parties depositing twenty-five lhoutand
dollars and upwards for these notes at any oho
'time will be allowed a commission of tazie
quarter of one per cent:, which will be paid
by the Treesdly, :Department upon the receipt
of the,bill for the amount, certified to by the
officer; with whom the deposit *as made. No
[ deductions for commtssions must be made
from the deposits. . .
SPECIAL ADVANTAGES of this LAIN:
It is a National Savings Bank, offering a
higher rate of interest than any other, and
the best security.. Any savings bank which
pays its depositors in U. S. Notes, considers
that it is paying in the best circulating me
"alum of the country, and it cannot pay in any
thing better, for its owb assets are either in
g,bfernment securities of hi notes or bopds
payable in goveraumat paper.
It is equally convenient as a temporaig or
fventanesit ittvtstment. The notes can al
ways be sold for within a fraction of their
face and accumulated interest, and are the
brat se:ctrit,y *ith banks as collatterftls for
.331 , 09
Conrerede'entB'a Six per cetit..S-20 Gad Bond
In addition to the fiery. liberal interest on
Lhe notes for tlitee years, this privilege of
conversion is now worth about three per cent.
for the current rate for 5- 20 Bonds is not less
than nine per, cent. premium, and before the war
the premium on siz pev cett. - 11. S.. was
over twenty per cent. It will be seen that
the. actual iiinfit on this loan, at the present
market ;am, is tot le'fa thtln pe:r cent. per
Ito Exemption from State or ..Iruniczpal Taxatisn.
But asidb . from all the advaiitaes We have
enumerated, a special Act of Congress ex
empts all bonds and Treasury, .notes from local
taxation. , On the average, this 'clemption is
worth about two percent. per annum, accord
ing to the mite of taxation in various parts of
It is believed Mini no sinurSties offer so greht
inducements th lenders as those issued by the
g,overnment. In all,other forms of iiidebtee.-
: ness, the faith or ability of private•parties, or
stock companies, or separate communities,
is Pledged for payment, while the whole
property of the country' is held to secure the
discharge Of all the obligations of the 'United
States. ' •
While thOgoveratient 63et's the mostliberal
terms. fol• its lopes, it believes tlit the Ivry
stfthagest appeal will be to .t : V..e Ityalty and
patriotism is the people.
Duplicate certiVtates sri 1 bt isihea for all
depi!:istts. The party depositing mustendorse
upon the oiiginal certiacate the denomination
of notes required, and caieiher'they are tobe
issued in blank or parable to order. When
so endorsed it .thilit be left with the officer re
ceiving the aeposit, to be Sorwarded to the
Subscriptions will he Vecelved'hy the Treas
urer of the United States, at Washington, the
several Issistant . Treasureis and designated Depasitaries, and 'by the
First National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa.
First :National Bank of Danville, Pa.
First National Bank of Erie, Pa.
xirst National Bank of Pittabnrg,P4.
and by all National Banks trbichlre deposit
taries of public money, and
Alli?espectabie Banks and Bakker's
tbronehent the country 'will .ere farther in.:
Afford every Fac;lll,y toSuZscraers.
..0 z T-1 U 2
el . 0 72 *.
-4 0 , 4
I swish all persons haviag open - acednnts
- with me to call and settle'iMmealately.
I Nell sell •
• .Cheap for Cash
All toy stock of 31erchandin
, Consisting of
3 Gad -ll' end ..firnmaaz,
1 Sleigh, I. Cutter, 1 Sulkey,
The prij . ilege of a good Ashery in cant
• plete working order.
IS Cents paid for good ASHES.
Brookland, Pa., Sept., 1864.
U: S. 7-30 LOAN
Fall and Winter
Pt A BTFAINS th,
have 'just receltea fh ksti York, &large
stock of tentronhble 'Goods irteic'h Wei %ill
6,e 11 . a s low as any house in the Cowan.' ton
DRESS o orhl,
iM'AIN . E4
*t - o) , )./&,.1 )
ti'LMORAI: Z*A7l: T.S;
Full sti c k of gE.141"-S
BOOTS & 'SHOES,
* - &6.
atarcE STOCK or
Tes. from 75 cts. to S 2 per pound
Y. A, STEBBINS' & Co,,
Career May sad Sleoad Streets,
Coudersport, Sept. 21, 1864
-NOZA..4 4 ;rBIGM
VI. 0 Tits
W 1781.4 S,
ALWAYS ON HAN
Dr. 0. X. JaC qn, Phllo.4 e rste
WILL MECTUAI:LY OMB
DYSPRiSIts • •
Chronic or Nervous Detail% .s4i2 sea .ol
the Kidneys, and all disedies l arisZnst
from a disordered Live,' dr Stpmci r eh.
Such as Constipation, Incia.ro .Plies; fnines,'
orßlood to the Hend,Aci d ity Of theStirthacti,
Nausea, heartburn, Disgust for t bildiFul
ness or weight in the Storing; Strur . ,
_Eructations, Sinking or Fluttefztl kt
the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the Eit.,ad, Hurried and Diffi
cult Breathing, Fluttering at the Fictit4holf*
ing or Suffocating sensations wheil it ly
ing postare, Dirtiness of Vision"
Webs before the eight, Feref aiia: '„
.Pain in the Head, Deficiency Of Pei
, spiratien, Yendtvness of the Skiit . ,
and Eyes,Paiii in the Side, Back,-
Chest, Limbs, &e., Slidden Flushes ~of, H eah
Burning in the Flesh, Constant linigi
idngs of Vitt arid teat Depreafins
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTEBS I
Are not a new and untried .article, bat bar¢
stood the test, of lifteen yeais.,trial by tb
American public; and thtir. re - potation an
sale, are not rivaled by any sizatliepieparao
tioa. 1 - "'':'•!, -;i •
The proprietors hive thoettuids : litli f etterj
froni the most eminent - :*
PHYsiGIANB, aid •
Testifying of their own personal .Inowiedgik.
to the bentheial ell'utts and metlidrkl tiiitites
ATTENT - 10.11, 3OLDlin.l I
AND THE FEIENDS 05' SOLD44i}3. -
*e call the attention otall having velatttlibt
or friends in the army to the fact that "HOOF&
I.,AN , D'S G ectiaan Bitters" will Oure erre tenth e
of the diseases induced by 'epos Peal - 4'nd,
priviltion. inclaent to camp life. In the 1 11.sts ;
published almost daily in the newspapers, oft
the arrival of the sick, it will be nntictd that
.a very lOgepi-oliorlion are suffering fropi4c ,
`bility. very case-of that hind can be readL
fly ctlieo. by Ifoofand's German Bitteiti.--:
blteaseiresintriig from disorders of the dikes* L
tine organs are speedily removed. - Witt Ectr4 l
no hesitation, in stating that, if these flitter)
were freely fiSed among oar -soldiets, tfua.
I dreds of Jives might be saved that otter/. •
wise will be lost-. •
ymitieular attention to t 11.) foticats
lag remarkable and wet sutb'evtitatet quril
Of one of fie nation's heroei,,' whose life, tC
use bis'oun lanpage, "has been tased, bj
PfriLeIELPIIII, Aug. 23, 1563.
iisas. JosLs gentler n ;
your Eloofiand Gertuan Bitters has saved lnty.
life. There is no mistake id: tbis. -- ft! If
.vouched for' by numbers of my 6i:tirades,
Somelif whose names are appended:-410i who
I were fully conitatt:of all the circa mPtans;tes
of my case. 7 am, and have been fur the i:144.
four 'years, a member of Sherman's Celebyat.e4
battery, and -iinVer the immedititir -4e4=
wand of Caps, it. B. Ayres. 'firrtirrzt
exposure attendant upag my arduous duties;
I was attaCtell in Not - Umber last wt,* inflifin
atiOn.isf the lungs, and -was for seVanti-two
Flays In the hospital. This was followed try
treat - debility, heightened by an attack-,,0f
olySenlety.' 1. was then removed , froth: the
White lionse• ; and sent to this . city on board
the. Steamer "State of Maine," fr3ro which
,landed Oil the 2dth of ,June. Since tbat.tittsil
I have been" about as low ns: atty one tould-be
and Still ietain a spark - of riudity. .For. 6
'week .or More I was scarcely able tO Swath*
anYtEring, lid if I did force -a morseldowa, it
yeas immediately throirri 'up again.
I could not even keep a glees ofwater on ' .
my 'stomach. Life could notlast tinder smell
i cilehmttanas • and, sceordingly the phisi4
Plant who had ' been Working faithfully r .the 3
lihstickaessfully, to *rescue , me from
of-tioi dread Arthe;. - , frankly told, the,
brifild do no more Kit me, and acti-vel me. tu
see a clergyman, .and to make such disposi-
I tioh of my limite . l funds as best stiled =-
I An acquaintance Who 'visited -me at the Los+
pital, Mr. Ffederie:k Steinbron, of Sixth helot",
Arch Strees.,...olvi;ed Me, as a forloin hope, :
lo try :your Mittel; and kindly procured 11.!.
bottle. Vorri the time I commenced taking
them the gloomy shadow of death rerc'ede.di
and Vaoh now, thank 'God 'for it, getting
ter. Though I haVP taken but two bottles,'
have gained tea pOunas, and I feel sanguine 1
of being permitted to rejoin my wive
Aanghter, from whom I have heard -,ttpthing
for eighteen 'months ; for, gentlemcdt..Caln
loyal-Virginian, from the vicinity bf Front
Itioyal. To year invaluable 'Bitters I owe the
'Certainly of life which has taken the place of
Pears—to your Bitters will I owe the
'glorious privilege of again , clasping_ to utf
bosom those who are dearest tome is
• Very truly yours, ISAAC AtAII,,ONE.I• -
We fully coneur ih the truth of the aber9-4
Statement, as we had dasraifed of seeing, out
comrade, lie Malone,-testbred to health. -
( John Cuddlebapk, Ist New York Battery::
George A. Ackley., Co. C, 11th Maine. !
Lewis-Chevalier, CheVaiier,"92d New York.
1. E. Spencer, Ist Artillery, Battery Ft
3..8.F1L.,ewe11, Co. B. 2d Vermont.
ReistY B. Jerome, Co. B, do.
Henry, T. Macdonald, Co. C, Gth wind. John P. Ward, Co. E, sth Maine.. -
german Koch, Co. H. 72d New York. -
Nathaniel B. Thomas. Co. F; 95th Yenta
ilAndrew J. Kimball, Co. A, 3d Vet - Mott,
;John Jenkins, Co. B. 106th Fein. • :
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! • ;
See that the signature of 3L JACKSIYN,V
is' on the WRAPPER. of each britile.
L'Fizge Size (pldj.ag nearly double gnaittity)
$l.OO per Bottle—half dux. $5.04
Small" Size--75 rts. pr Bottle—bait duz. s4:t.o
Should your nearest druggist nut bare
article, do not be,put off by any of tt - e ir.tp*g.
lusting preparations that maybe nffered in
place, but send to us, and we will tiiricarch•
seaurely packed, by express. .
PlirliCVAL OFFICE AND IriANFPA MII4
No. 6314 Arch Street; . _
JONES Az, 7,Vi-S.NSr. '-
(stteeessois to C. JACgSON d Co.",
FOR sale by Drugg4 , ts and alens itrereif
to*, in' She United States.
PA. STEBBINS 1.17 Co'. are closing.
• old Leber. All persons lath hted Ie•
them will please call and settle. pet , ,re soy
accounts are left w;..1:1 the plOpee rw:
Collection.— No''r ',