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1 T40.) ) 017.4 COUNT JOURNAL
•Coulliasprrti Wednesday Evabg, Nov. 16, 1861.
- Local and Genei,al.
LASH paid for t'ood at this office.
No. 'fiefs county. official, 2,505 inajotity
for Lincoln. r 1 ,
. • vs. There is a adott gain in Lannaster
of 1463 since October. "
Ite,„, Marshfield, the home of the great
statesman, Daniel Webster, gage 224 for
Lincoln, and none for 111cOlellan..i
11S;. r Tbe Soldier's vote' of this county, as
far as received, gives Lincoln 131 majority.
The majority in the county will be 700. -
Ita,.An exhibition will he given by the
'students of the Academy, in'tife Court Souse,
- on Friday of this week..
ItSS„We will publish the official vote of all
:the Btates to: soon as received.) Enough is
+known to show that Lincoln has Carried every
-"State but Kentucky, Delaware add N. Jersey.
are running this ireek for the
first time this 'year,although as we go to press
`the brightnesS of the sun's 'rays indicates a
~ .rapid disappearance.
IgirThere were.quite a ninnber of Torchei
tarried away the night of the Mass Meeting.
:Parsons having any in their possession will
'please return them to P. A. Stebbins, Jr., or
40 this office, and much oblige the'Committee
ger Those 'afflicted 'ivith,Douglis, Hoarse.
ness, Irritation and Sorenes's of he Throat,
wilt find nothing 'so efflcacipus as a Throat
Remedy, as Brow'n's Bronchial Troches. Sold
by all Druggists.
Tiff&A. Supplementary draft 1 has taken
place for this county. We Will publish A the
names as soon as we can procure them. Those
who have advised their friends to run away
to avoid the draft are; thus ; Made to see the
wickedness and folly of such a ccnirse.
' Ite,We `have been Shown by IP. A. Steb
bins & Co.; a newly-patented'"el4lies-wring
er" called the "Little Giant" which pronlises
to excel ail others. We would !advise the
ladies to cal Von Pierre and assist' him in fie-
Teloping its merits.
As we expected, •the Thicitic States
share in the great uprising for Freedom. In
California all the Union Cadidates for Con
greas are elected, and Lincoln's Majority will
•be from 20,000 to 25,000. Oregi r ?ri goes the
same way by a handsome figUre ; and the new
State of Nera'ail, comes in with a Union CcM
gressman and about 3,000 majority for :Uncle
:SHERlDAN.—iLieutenant Uoinanding ,Jas.
Parker, Jr., of•the United States Gunboat
Maumee, received, when a Lid, the appoint
peot ofa cadet at West Point, &c al the mem
.tier of Coiagress from his district in Ohio. 1:-
fortunately : Parker was too y'pung.to cuter he
Academy v .aud his fattier, desirous that so e
one in his town should th,e beaefitl of
,the appointment, cast about forailidy worthy
'of it. Ina dry-goods store ,I,tisa)tid, the son
of Irish parents, who, by his' salery as eh-7.k,
'supported a widowed metherantilsister. The
place was. offered to'hiru, but U - a
--at first re
fused; as he disliked to give Upthe clerkship.
'Upon being urged' farther, the boy consented,
and entered the military academy. To-day
'he is in the 'Valley of the -:Shenandoah, and
namels Philip •Sheriiifth.•
-,t2i A correspondent of the Tribaa(,uuder
• date of Nov. S, says, "Yesterday eth Marvin •
, of Conneaut township, Crawfordliounty, Pa.,
being one hundred and five! years old, voted
Abe Unibn-Ele'ctoral zficket, always heretofore
baVing voted the Demount:Au tieltt. bus
'voted at every Presidential eleeti n ever held
except that of Washington's ficSt term ; he
-was iu s the -battele of Monmouth in the Rev
olution, and retains all his] faculties except .
:his sight. 'On 'Tune 10, HISS, .the writer of
'this called at his residence.: Resold he was,
,103 or 100..- on that day; he wished me to put
hik name on the' roll, (as I hvas ;an Tnroling
officer), and also.pat dose that-lie was at the
brittle of -Monmouth, =1 that he had ten
gran&sons -in the Upton army. 1 I put these
,facti on the roll and .they were] copied and
-aunt up to Ilatrishurg and 'Washington.
•Car Last :Friday night We had a Sporite,
aeons jubilee:over the re-election of Lincoln,
;the •defeat of Seymour, and the other good
news tlntt crowded in upon us from all quer
stars. In the absence of music the crowd ex
fressed,their joy by singing," John Brown,"
'"Rally round the 'Flag," dc.i and in cheering
rot Lincoln, Johnson, Grant, Sherman, Sheri
dan, Fatragut, and our bray° soldiers in the
.fields black or white, anal' in groaning for,
'match-peddlers" and eOpperheads. The feel
ing was not so much of exultation over a fal
, len and disgraced foe as of gratitude that our
Country had been sawed from imminent peril.
Every loyal heart had a right to feel jubilant
'when it became evident that the: strong com
mon sense of the people, the love of horrie and
liberty, had trodden down under; their feet the
demagogues arguments of "taXes," "draft,"
. and‘stampeclmatch.loxes." "John Brown's
soul is marching on." Free Maryland rings
• it out upon the November air,purified Baltimore
takes up the shout and echoes and re-echoes
it through he'r blood-stainehatreets, and even
traitor Jeff is made to sing it in a minor strain
for the purpose of filling the depleted ranks
of his rabble with swarthy brave's. Yes,Jobn '
Brown's - soul is guiding the advance of. that
pure spirit that will soon publish to all 'the
States of our noble Union : Break the chains
of the • bonclnien and let the oppressed go
,111434.ducOlu'i majority, in this Stste ill bi
about 18,000 inoluAiUgueSoldiSr's vott.r It
is about et,o6o'!iii ; tlio libmo : •
'terns plaSss of ,iliusihess in this ; place
Rill be blosbtllcla Thanksgiving )ay;:l—which
occurs on thtigtirty of next week: '- •
• • •
• 'See :the adTertisenients of "liarper,'s
Weekly," and' 4iiew Monthly Magazine," in
another'Column: Thel - puithCatiota that
commend theinielves by their] own intrinsio
merits to th 6 patronage of.-the people. ;
"Weekly" gives a full synopsis'of all the
portant events of the war, •
•Tur.3l outaSs op LlEBE9.—liessis. Aier
Co. have received fronr.Alexandria a cargo of
rags to pay foi• their medicines, which are,
largely sold in Egypt. They' are eviOntly
gathered 'from all classes and, quarters of the
Pacha's:dominiOns—the cast-on garments of
Hadjis and .110adjis---white linen ti*ns,,
loose breeches and flowing robes. Not the.
least part of their bulk is cloth-in which
dies were embalmed and wound for presrVa-:
tion three thousand years ego. They and now;
to be made into paper for Ayer's. Almanacs,'
and thus, after having 'wrapped the dead for
thirty centuries, Nis used to warn the living
from thtS harrow lionse which they have so
long inhabited ; and to which; in spite Of all
our gUards and cautions, we must surely go.
—Daily‘.Eveniky Journal. •
A County Institute will be held in the
Academy building at-Coudersport commenc 7
log Novembei continue timid days:
Also, the Fall Examination of Teachers
will be held as:follows '
Coudersport'. ' , "„28 " "
Louisville -" 28 " " , .•,'
Sunderliovillo tc. 29 it LC -
Harrison Valley, , !..t •39 ,‘ t ,
Bingham Centre Dec. 1 " "
_cc 3" , 0
Durlison School House " I
-11 " " •; -
Teachers will be expected to bring Oper
aid ink. P. T. CLAFPLIN, Co. Supt.
Nov. 1. 1.86-1.
Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB ,
BINS & CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries
oppositeD. P. Glassmire's Hotel, 1
Coudersport, - Pa.
Apples, green, %I bush., $ .50 to .7 5
do dried, 200 250
Beans, •cc . . 300 5'D
Beeswax, `i? 1b: ) '' '40
, 0 .60
Beet, si - . 'IQ '' 12
Berries; dried, TO quail 10 ~ .1.8
Buckwheat, `il!leitiSh., 87 1, 00
Bue.kwiteat Flou, 800 375
Butter, 11 lb., ' • 25 '2B
Cheese ; " 2O 125
Cloverseed i ' 700 750
Corn, 9 bush. / 1 ,* 150 2IA
Corn Meal, per 6.74 • :. 450 475
Eig,gs, 70 , doz., 1.•!17
Flour, extra; ~ 9 bbl . „, , . 12 00 . 1a 00
do superfine 1 " , : 10 00 12-00
Hams, 9 lb., I • ., '' i 25
Hay, 9 ton, I ,', 15 C.. 0 1d 00
Honey, per 1b.,! . 1.5 :20
hard, 20 '25
Maple Sugar,.perrb., . . co 25
Oats : '9 bush., . -1. , 75
Onions, &' - • - 1.00 125
Pork, 9 bbl., • • 35 00 '44 00
do 9, lb., 2o' • t 25
do in whole hog, 9 1,b.,, •
Potatoes, per bush., . 6.3 ,i 88
Peaches, dried, 'il lb., 2.5 ;30
Poultry, 9 Ib., ~ b . .3.0
Rye, per bush.,-, 1 ', 150 188
Salt, 9 bbl., 1 ' 6 . 00 G 25
do l',l sadk - ,- 1 - . ~, 20
Timothy eed . 250 350
Trout, per A- !Mt; 8 . 00 qOO
Wheat. 9 bush.,'. • '1 75 200
White Fish, 9 bbl., 800 900
Editor of Journal :—With your permiSsion
I wish to say to - the readers of your papeithat
I will send, by return mail, to all who wlBll tt
(free), a Recipe; with full.tlire.ctjons for mak e
ing and using a simple Vegetable Balrn,.;that
will effectually remoye, in -ten :days,,
Blotches, Tan, Free,kles, Anil all'impuritles of
the Skin, leaving rue same soft, clear, smooth
1. will also mail ?reeto thoSe havirik Bald
Heads, or Bard Faces, simple directions' and
information'thtiLiwill enable 'theit:to start a'
full gro-yth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a
.Moustache, in •less _than .thirty days.
All applications answered by rettirit
‘ti-thout _charge. . Respectfully yours,
10S -F -CHAPHAN,.Chensist,'l
3m31 831 Broadway, New York. ,
State Medical -Boaid.
Headquarters Pennsylvania Militia,
Harrisburg, Nov 'r 10, 1844.
rpHE State Medical Board' of Pennsylv4nia
is now in session in this city, and will
continue until further notice, to examine can
didates for the post .of Medical Officers in
The appointment of anuthlfer of Assistant'
Surgeons will be required immediately to, fill
v.acancies now existing, as well as for others
Physicians of Pennsylvania, in good health,
furnishing proper testimonials, as to moral
character, will be admitteii tO the 4ate-.
By order of the Governor':
50SEPH A. PIIILLIPS I
Bur2ieon General of Pennsylvania.
Trial Lisl, Dec. Terra;lBB4,
Jones, use!of Smith vs Reynolds
2 Shafer vs i May Mad Smith
3 Dickson vs Abram and Lewis Jones
!I Dickson vs Burleson ,
5..W00d vs W Chandler '
C Colsv 11 t i• Lyman vs C Chandler
7 Price use of Bowmati. vs Efurlbett
8 Burdic vs ray, Bradley k Wright
9 Warth vs •liaddc
10 Eastwood vs Lyman
11 Keltz vs Daggett
12 Goodrich vs Monroe
13 Lee vs Kenyon
IL J. OLMSTED 'Froth);
Proth'y's Officc, Nov'r 14, '64
HUNT'S BLOOM OF ROSES,- , --- - for the Id- .
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(lASFI PAID FOR EGGS,
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showing 'what heroic Christian fortitude and
enderance are exhibited by our brethren in .
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Address HARPER lz BROTHERS„ •
Frauklin Square, New IY,ork.
Amt ft the .the premises oftne .Subscri..
•in Sharon., on or about the 25th day of
October, .1864, one yearling. i sTEE,R, • one
yearling HEIFER, _ and one HEIFER C 9.LF.
The owner is - reqnsta to call, prove property,
pay 'charges and take them array; or We) , will
be diiposed of according to law.
LEVI - IL. ICINEY.
Sharon, Oct. 28, apt
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0 c ° 3
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•••,_rz i • - • •-„_ ,IEI
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I wish fill imisdits Having bOeh• actettiits
with me to and settle itaniettiatelr. •
Cheap for Cash
All my stock-' of Merchandise':'..•
Consisting of •• ".
• BOOTS, •
• • ' TOOLS,.&e.,
1 Good florae and Harness:`",
1 Sleigh, 1 Oistter l i Syllcey,
.The privilege of a good Ashery iri cam
,• - : plete working order.
• 15 Cents paid for gtOd ASHES,.
•• LIICiEN BIRD.
Brookland,Fa., Sept., 1864.
To PROFESSORS OF MUSIC, AMATEURS, 41iu THE
MUSICAL PUBLIC crENERALLY,
P. A. Viriridermann,
i.ohigq 8: RllietiOpqOil , iil4ll,hotise,
Having on hand the largest stock'of Foreigh
Music in New York, (which he imports fro
Europe expressly toi meet the taste'and re
quirements of the American lovers of Mole,
respectfully calls attention to the fact, fbache
is now supplying Mnsic of Evezy Style at a
Reduction of twenty-five to fifty per cent, lest
than any other house' in the United States.
Private Families Can be supplied (post free)
by forwarding the cath a the .above address.
Should the amount of' cash forwarded exceed
the cost of the Music, the balance will Joe
promptly returned in Ipostage currency.
Dealtrs.amd ProfeSsOrs should not neglect
this opportunity; they will be liberally dealt
nd niece of Music(vocal
N. 13:--Atry and every r.
or instrumental) published in Europe or A.
merica, will be supplied to order, if accom.
partied ilia cash.
Remember tbke Adcireis t ,
9.. A. WIIRDERMANic,
Foreign and Arneric'an Music Ware-house,
824 Broadway, New York. 23°8
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Just published. a new edition of Dr.
CulverwelVA Celebrated Essay
on the radical cure (without medicine) of
SPERMATORIIHOEA, or Senilnal Weaknecs, In
voluntary Seminal. losses, IMPOTENCY, Mental
and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar
riage, etc.; also, CoNspurriorijrmsEsx, and
FITS, induced by self-indblgence or seival
Price, in a gealea envelope, only 6 tens.
The celebrate/1 . a.uthat: in this admirable
essay clearly demonbtrates, from a 'thirty
years successftll practice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cued without the darigerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife—
pointing out a . mode pf Care, at once simple,
certain and effecntal, by 'inAns'of which. eV
ery sufferer, no matter what hi 9 canditioh
may be, may cure himself cheapiy,-privntely
and radically. .
gir This Lecture should be in the hands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in is plain envelope, to any
address, post-paid . , pn receipt of six cents, or
twolost ,stanips. 'Ad'dress the publishers.
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- Notice. -
GERMAItIA, totter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1863.
NOTICE is heieby given that Chailes
shor, now cir "this county, holding
the following described property. Ids not yet
paid any consideration what eveifor the same,
and all persons are hepby w,at:necl not to pur
chase any cf spid•froperty,of the said Paishor
before the decision of the Coal, is given in
this case wad C. PhiliOr has tiald•tb lne"the
Considettition mottei therefor.
The following js the property:
Ist. A . 6eitalh 'tract of land Sear 'the Ger
mania Mill, in warrant 5075, Abbott township ;
Potter county, Pa., containing 100 acres.—
Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 Awl adjoining
the above. .
, . . ~ •
. 2hd. , A certrin tract 'of Wad, With Miliaria
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5810, in Stewartson townibip,•Potter
county, Pa., containing aboht 204 acres.
Bushdr holds also in trust warrant no.
2501, in Gaines township, Tioga cbliny,, pa:,
on the road leadingfrcim Germania to Gaines,
containing 850 Sera. I
ff - W r., 4APDA.
U.A..31 . E.t0 the premises of £ho substiiber in
Harrison tocchship, Potter county, Pa.,
about the 30th of October, .k 'two year old,
heifer, with a brawn andbrockled fade. 'The
owner Wilt come forward, pro've propety, pay
charges and take her l away, or sift. Will be
disposed of according to la* .
JOHN SMITH. •
Harrison, Oct. 13!
. 13w •
NtIBIBER of.yenrq have elapsed since
the introduction of HOSTETTER'S CELE
BRATED BITTERS to the public. The prej
udice existing in the minds of inttny persons
against Ahat are denominated patent medP
eines at first greatly retarded its Hale, but, as:
its virtues and merits becAme khown, this,
barrier of prejudice overthrowp, and the
demand iacreased so rapidly.iliat in ft few
years scarcely a
_village 6sisbid in the United
States in which the afflicted had not experi
enced the -benefits arising .ftom ,the nab of the
",Bitters," and at the present - day there are to
be found in ALL ° FARTS 01? THE WORLD
vouchers for the great merits df the Article.
Is,tc).greater tent for byspeysia can be found. . ,
For sale by Driiggistsrand dealers generally
everlywhet.,e., , „ , . , ,
The' Last Call.
IV - OT= is hereby given that it 4e now
1. 1 111 -roar Years since P.A. Stebbins and the
undersigned closed their business, And as a
part of the debts due them which remain un
paid ncitv belong to me. I wilt tvtiend:at the
Store of C. S.'& E. A. Jones, ih Coudersport,
for the next thirty 'days to receive the pay on
them from thoSe indebted to said concern,
after Which they will he left in the ,hands of
an officer for collection, ' A Word.to the wise
CouderspertJuly I, 1864.
50 PER CEttrt SA V Ell
AT BEGULIT I
Nos. 1 & ,9;
WEitiliNititiM - I* L
VIEIitOWCiTIE S, Friends and Gust m
j erii return my thaniri to you Itir this
liberal patronage hestoyred upon. meArihe
_Past- ten years, arid in 7 business Ii
much - boressea, round it neeessEirita'estabL
lish 'My headquarters on the isiliciad,lavil
selected Well svilte,mid hereafter may be fb and
at the . ; •
at the'riiiper 'end of. the 'village, 'ivhere. I shalt
be•pleased to see all my old, customers %.and
as many new ones 'as .may feel diip',Osed to
favor the withweall. We are . pnreopetting
large stock of • •
READ3r2MA 6 DE CIGTHING,
'&c:• and shall ever try to give all 'customers
good bargains. To. my friends and customers
at Whitesville . ,-, I sincerely •rethru :You 'Eli
thanks foryour liberal patronage 'there,
Should you visi t.me 'at Wellsville, 'I shell
to repay you for it.
Gad Shiings tir k diheetihis 'for . 30 . t0 50
cents, worth .50 to 75. . . ,
Best grades of Prints from •31 'ants,
worth 453 . , .
fAoOd Delaias 25 to'S - 7 ;tents, Worth to 451
Good - Plaid Alpaccits - 28 to 30 - cents, worth
50 to 75.
Extra Plain • Alpaccas 40 . to ;63 Centii,..wbrtiti
.03 to AB. • . . •
Extra all.,wobl belairts to•sBCeriti,'worth
'5O to 75...
Fine Mostimbiques . 22 - to . ds cents, 401" th 38
. to 45.
Fine all-woed lierintis '69 10 . 8 Q centsi worth
$1 to $1,50. , .
A, large stock a Gassimers, .itt. ,TeariS,'BEiti
, netts, Broadcloths, Mad other-goods egnally
CL 0 THLIVIC,:hi
'l t hjs ;branchcif our pifir
i on to iri particular, as we can and will sate
you '25 to 50 tier cent. Tine silks Tame $l2
to $l5, Worth $2O to $25. GoOd Ulack plints
for $3,15, Worth sx,so. Extrtt Doeskin $1450.
Orthe sL end lateit `irtsl2 Witt, 'very'' low.—
Fine Merinos, thibett, Bteata..Stella,
and must ether kinds.
large itesoitment ,scryloiv%
Fine trenl_gaif Shoes for 41,25
.worth $l, 5.
lien's Fine alf itoects to $#A vorth
$O to tev.
Hats wtci .taps :for
- Ptdies fAtia Vezt4s,. 'erk low
Crockery and Hardware,
gado *Hsu, &t.,
at 'Flees tae 'Vela* ebb present hiarket*riels.
WfAsteete:vai and 04.evutZte;is.
Flour, Pork, Harris,
as lcre.ad-cini tesiastight in the State.
• .Wellaville, N. Y., October, 1864 '1
Ti.Nn~~.liTi • .r 4
Fall and Winkle
Have Sat* revolted frotolletr. Tel l A ism
stock bf leitionable Goods with& they will
- Benno low as sty hot, is the Cotiaty soot
'sitting bt . '
F'L~lb rVI M2V~,
Yki . 1 it SI
Plll. 'etot4r. Mgres
HATS 4' CAPS,
arrOlot srock or
Tea from 75141. per poptif)
posderoport, Sept. 23 ? SE64
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