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GRANT & SHERIDAN
HEARD FROM AGAIN ! ! !
ANOTHER UNION VICTORY
IIF,AVY DECLINE IN GOODS
P, L STEBBINS & Co,,
Ale now receiving a new and complete
Sprillg Goods !
purchased since the heavy decline and
during the recent panic irt . Neo' York
DR ES S 110 D ,S;
l' 0 L/X
OZ AXEIG S
E'L .41D - P 0 PL IX Si
BLA C'K ,S'LLKE,
B L 0 2?YL SK27ZTS.
, CLOAX - 7..VG
Fu/1 stock of MEN'S
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS 4* CAPS,
&c., &c., &c.
Drugs and Fancy Articles
Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Cans,4lcohol, Camphene, Kerosene,Lamp
and LampiFistnres, Glass, Patent Medicines,
Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfumery,Fancy
Soap and Toilet articles, Gum, Hair, •Ivory
. and Wooden Combs, Pomades and Colognes,
And s fine assortment of Flavoring .attracts,
Tens, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil raw
Cloth, Tooth, Nail ) Hair, Hat, Paint, Varnish
and Artist Brn4bes
CHOICE STOCK OF
Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrut,, Good io Co ice
West India and Dandelion "offce, COr.6
Starch, Farina,. Cdcos
IVA. LS' cm HA Nfr):i
Al STEBBINS' fir.
Corn©r Main and Secrd
Conderspprt, apr.l 4 : l , 1065
~ L.PRICE crunENT.
Corrected every Wednesday by P. S. STEB
BINS &.CO., Radii Dealers ini Groceries
' antt , Provisions, ! -
OppositsD. F. Glassmire's otel,
, Coudersport, Pa. ,
Apples,! green, 'l4 bush., $ 75 to 1 00
,dried,l •"- 200 250
Beans,; j q - 3
' 00 350
Beeswax, 'll lb" i • 20 25
Beef, " ' • 8 9
Berrien; dried, 12 ottart 15 20
Buckwheat, ? bush., 1,00 1 25
Buckwheat Flour,_3 00* 3 75
Ba t ter,%l lb., - - , 20
Cheete, I` , 15 20
Clovefseed 7.00 750
Corn; 14 bush., I' 50 200
Corupleal, per cwt., i 375 400
' Eggs, 1) doz.,- I 15
%.1 bill., 9 00 10 00
do superfine " , 90010 00
Hams, 7- 3 ., lb., i 25
Hay, Id ton, . 1 10 00
Honey, per lb.,' . 1 15 20
Lard, "I 1 15 20
Maple Sugar, Per lb., , 15 18
Oats. 'V Oush" 75 80
Onions, ," 100 125 i
Pork, 11 bbl 30 00 35 00
do 72 lb., ': 18 20
do in whole hog; . lb., 10 12
Potatoes, per bush" , 37 50
Peaches, dried,'l2 lb.
Poultry, 71 lb.,‘ 8 ;10
Rye, jer b-diii., l5O 188
Salt, -0 bbl., - 5'50 600
do V sack, ' , 15 20
Timothy eed • 250 350
Trout, per 1 bbl., 500 900
Wheat, 7-1 bush., 175 2 001
....,. it ti
e FiSh, It ?bbl., 800 900
4 CERTAIN' CURE FOR PAIN :S AND
4 .11 Aches, aid warranted superior to any
other, Croup it positire!sy cures; is
absoliatel3- sar , immediately it is used, Moth:.
ers re'meri t iber ibis, and arm yoursellyes Ivith
Tttliont delay. Croup , is a disease.
eilies no notice. frequently attacking
tke Alia in the dead hour of night : before n
physician can be summoned it, may be to i l °
late. .11Zmcm.ber, the VeaitiaU Liniment
ne a rer Pricq 40 A; SD cents a bottle.
;.3dlil by all Drite. - ;.:sists. Glace, 5G Cortlandt
DR. TAL ' OTT'S PILLS
CompeEed 1:1411.v concentrated extrack
from roots find herbs cf the hichest mcdicinitl
value,' inTalliable in the cure. of all diseases
of the Liver or any derangement cf the Dti
gnstive Or:rans. They remote all impurities
oSthe Mead, and are unequaled in the ture
of Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Scrofula,
L;iliougness„ Liver Complaint, Fevers: Head
:x...le, FileslMereulial*.fliseaseF., llercditarc
iluinorz.. Dose, for a ! 7,l,ilts. one pill In l tlie
nn L:l2;:idren half a pill. From 'one to
three psis W . :11 core ordinary cases, and from
one !In three [bo:zes cure any curable case
oil 11'9 ir.atlei how loti!z standing. Price $1.012
1". MOTT T_AI.f;OTT, M. D. & CO.,
C 2 Fulton Street, New York.
;he Greatest Victory Yet !
Q.:OI,IIES STRUCK -11147 E MINUTES.
he al,ove I.caCing of a recent bulletin
in all respects applicaHe to the results of
OHIOSTADPRO'S HAIR DYE
13. n brOug-b-t in etninct with hnir erf any
ontyx..ionS tint. Five minutes removes the
indeFira life oolor..replachag it with :he rich
t• lihteltk)r brown. I No stain is left on the
a1.j , ,, no 'd .wage done tO the hair by this fine
bollii.nt . vfs!Zet: - 041e 1 dy . .. filanufaclured by
CH elinlSTADOliti. ;SO. C Astor rionse,
ew York. Sold by'. Dreggists.. Applied 1.. , ,
11 11 1, ;.r-Drezz ,-- = , .
11 ,General As.Fisirtizt of Xature.
IVliiit is•liealib - T.• Wliiit'is disease?
iivalth is when the supp! : y and erpendi
;.ure are equal. Disease ‘vheß the s - dpply aad
,x.pencliture arc unee!nal.
bRANDR'rrEff'S P . I£I.S. impart certain ex
pulsive peweTs to all matters of the bOdy
whose 'life fcs i. , elow tho standard of t'ile s-nr
i ronn , lihg pa, wwhicit have remained
Ii ger t'.•.•:111 nat rt.y. eat ureed. f . ..-' C., in fevers
anil al that elnss of cases which soon inn
into morti:ication BRANDR.g:TIFS PILLS
have malwelons .ct.lrative qualities. ' 0 , 1
, bodies are continnally changing., and it'is 1.,:s
. this enahie we live. Should tr.::tter rem lin
in 0-gans heyz.:nd tile time nature designed.
,!. nft,in a:
,:d anamation se:. in. whieh is notl.,in,:
` inOre t ::11, a preparet,ory elfort for.our coc , d
Ali IlrAndret]l's irill's are zuppoed from the
results toi do is simply 1
' ASS li.-.71T ECG THESE EFFORTS 6F NATITP.E.
NunsE IC. SP'
The! most interesting and' exciting 'punk
ever _publi4ied, jembracing the tylventures of
a woman in thernion arwy as Nurse, &out
and Spy, gluing a most vivid inner picture
of the war.
Teachers, ladies, energetic young tnen,ancl
especially returned and disabled soldiers in
of profitable employment: will End it
peC : uliarly adapted to their condition. We
hav,e agents clearing $l5O per month, which
wel will prove to any doubting applicant.—
Send for eire:ula t s: Address
BROS. & CO ,
N. B. cornbr Ztix.th and Minor streets.
VITTIEREAS, my husband, JAnz - s, C.
Y BOOTH has left ,the bed he never
utcned, and the beard he never prorlded,
withent just cause or provOcatlon. I hereby
caution all - persons azainst harboring or
trusting him; on my accotint, as I shall pay
Ma debts of his contracting after this date.
AMELIA DQOTH. -
Calesbur - f ' ra" Jane 27,11165.
TRAYED or Stolen in Gingham township,
31ar 26, 1 1.F.65, from the subscriber, Six
Y ung Cattle—two Light Fed Steers and one
ii fifer, two years old, nn4 three Yearlings,
uith white on the belly,: and one red and
white spotted. Any person giviuk informa
tion of theni will be liberally rewarded.
I ISAAC W. JONES.
July 3 . 15t3.3. [4w3
LTarble Yard. •
rp ITE subscriber desires to inform tI3?.
zens of Potter :that he can supply them
tYith all kinds of .73larble work, as cheap and
as good. as it can be had any place in the
country'. MONUMENTS and 'fOMB-STNES
of all kinds furnished on short notice.'
Conder;rort i Far 13 'C.I ly
THE 'OTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Condetsport, Wednesday Evening, Aug, 2, 1885
LbCal and General.
L Eon. James Chatham and not Arm
strong is recommehded for Senate in Clinton
AZif" A Daily Evening paper will be pub
lisbed at Williamsport about the Ist of Sep
umber, by E. W. Capron & Co. -
Five wells are in process of boring on
the Portage. "They say" oil has . been ob-:
tained by condensing the "gas." • A vein of
strong salt water was struck on Friday last
at the Weller well.
The States named furnished the ripm
bar of troops as follows: Maine, 60,669.
Vermont, 34,490. Connecticut, 54.68. Rhode
Island, 25,335. West Virginia, 29,012. Mas
sachusetts, 153,700. New Hampshire, 33,258.
Kansas, 21,935. Pennsylvania, 360,000: lowa,
72,233. This 'may be regarded as official.
So se 'clays since, a Canadian gentle
man, who is an ardent annexationist, ex
claimed, on receiving the news of the surren
der of Lee's army, "Now, then, Canada will
be annexed to the United States, and share
in the new glories of-the regenerated and
disenthralled republic." • A refugee zebel
officer staudidg . by replied-L"Go Alow, my
friend ; it's •ery easy to get into the Union,
but it's h-yll to get -out.'
ta„ The Richmond Bulletin understands
that Gen. Lee is varying tb.e monotony of his
retirement in Cumberland county, by making
history. He is writing a history of hiscam
paigns from the time that he assumed com
mand of the Army cf Northern Virgillia after
the battle of the Seven Pines to the capitula
tion at Appomattox Court House on the 9th
of April. Gen. Lee's work cqntain an
account of thb exploits of the varlotis com
mands comprised in the Army of Northern
Virginia: The clo - se of the summer or the
beginning of autamn, will doubtless witness
the cemp,ction of thisibock,
Major-General John F. Hartronft, of
Norristown; Brig. Gen. Nagle, of Schuylkill
County; Gen. Harry Markle, of Westmore
land ! and Cant. Brice X. Blair, of Hunting
t t.t:;re severally announced by their
friends as L nion candidates for Surveyor
General. GSm. Selfridge., of Northampton ;
Gen. Xaele, oPAlle,gheny, and Jco. A. Hies
tatWofLancoster -Co'unty, ore spoken of as
eandidatc-a for Auditor General,
Lam , Miss Clara ['tartan, daughter ofJudge
Dar tOl3, of Worcester, Mass., who has obtained
repute by publishing a list of missing soldiers,
and b het . hernie deeds to the - wounded, in
battles, and even. under fire, left Washington
a day o'f tv.M since, on a govc:rnment vessel,
‘vith a party for the purpose of inclosing the
area of nround at Ander.tionville were so
many Union prisoners perished from want
.and exposure, and of patting up head-bdards
at the graves. She conceives tha't she has a
suit able list of the deceased, and has accord
ingly obtained seventeen hundied beadbOttrzls
for, t - he purpose.
The. Union Convention of St.t.sex
county, New Jersey, which met at Newton on
Viondav, appointe'd a full delegation tb the
State Convention to be held at Trenton on
the 29th insti General Kilpatrick, who is a
citizen of the county, was present, and was
appointed one of the delegates. He made a
glowing Unick speech, denouncing the dis
loyal conduct of the New Jersey' democratic
leaders. al . .l;pledging, himself to stump the
State, if be could got leave
,of absence from
the field. The General expects to be present
.it the State Convention.
hay the followE g
"Hon. wilsk, and Hon. John W. Gore
sey are somim. - ..ted as Delegates to the Union
State Convcntion.---Most of the boys of the
/I.sth Regimee, have returned.—The Wells
bore Petroleum Company IS in working trim
and will commence opperations in a £m - days.
—The Editor thinksif a. young manpromis
es to marry a young woman,and don't,—why,
the young woman should shoilit the yonng
man; Sad young:Man ; Sader young woman
Sadist . Editor "whatever is right is • ex.pcdi
r, Thelast issue of Harper's Ire ... 7 ,71v con
tains what can only be called an trresistble
illustration of the franchise question. Oct
one page Fussy= is repreienicd seated on a
chair of statz, resting her right arm on a
shield. while with her right hand she snp
ports her forehtad •as if in deep, profound
study; Kneeling at her feet,.are some of the
principalltraitors, and below the group ap
nears the word 'Panne's i" with the question
"oy l Coltunbia—":`BALL l TRT:ST 711E.FE
This picture is truly suggestive, and is Well
calculated, l alone, to appeal to the judgment
and the justice of all who love the country.
Mit the illustration, in juxtaposition ; gives to
COlumbia's question a strange significance.
The illustration opposite represents Columbia
standing erect on the porch of the Capitol,
and by her side a negro solther on crutches,
one leg having, been amputated. Beneath
this picture is toe word FP..C.etlItE; and as
if in continuation of the question below the
first illustration, "Shall I truet tin7::e men Y"
appear the iwords, "And act this man 'P . We
defy arty true man to gaze on Such an illus
tration, and not feel stirring inlhis heari, an
emotion ollg.ratitude and justice to the black
_Till°Vv• They do it.
"The:abolitionists were contlnually assert
ing that the negroee would stay in the So th
if freed. It don't, look like IL .in the IV st.
They are swarming like Minnesota grassh j p•
pars into Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. •Over
8,000 passeE have been issued in Lonislille
by the military authorities for - negroes to
come North. - -William:port Democrat.
"Durinz the war and before the Emancipa
tion. Proclamation was issued we Were con
stantly told by the Abolitibnists that if the
slaves were feed they would not come North,
that the climate was too cold, and that they
would prefer to live with their old masters.
The falsity of this is now, proven by the fact
that Pennsylvania, New York - end the East,
ermStates are filled with them to the great'
detriment of white labor. There has not
been a very large emigration to this State
which is no gouli-t owing to the peculiarity
of our laws."--.lllinois Ccntral Dc7;:ocrat.
Abort you have tWo items from two Cod
p9rhecid sheets. Compare tleM and note
their cdusistcncy f Democrazy it. already at
its old trade. They reverse Cobb's
philosophy and live on the princiflla of "what
ever is cspeditut is right." They are endtay
oring, to build up their fallen house with the
grossest lies and if they succeed it will be
only because we do not do our duty. Watch
the lies 'and the liars
The Lkvisbarg University has lately
been endowed; with $130,0 . 00 by subseriptitin.
- Aer In con;segnence of the change in the
time of the departure of some of the malls,
the Jormw, ,vlll hereafter be published en
re" Purify-, purify, purify the blood with
Area's Sensei-ABILLA, and the humors, de
rangementslnd distempers which pervade
the system at his season will disappeall. We
hare tried it and speak with knowledge.
tEir We Itave received Ticknor Is Fields
cheap edition of National Lyrics by, John G.
Whittier. This volume contains many of 31r.
Whittier's finest Poems, 'peculiarly suited to
the times and shotild be in the hands of every
person. Send 50 cents to the Publisher, No.
.135 Washington Street, Boston, and they
will forward you .the copy free of postage.
Ozr rs 13a.toroao.—A gentleman who
visited Bradford during the past week, states
that a well is being sunk on the Tuna, about
three miles above Bradford village
county. On Wednesday last they were down
300 feet, and the intention is to drill to the
depth of 1000 feet unless oil is found before
that depth is reached. The men who are
eiaking the well are old Oil Creek operators,
and they feel confident of complete success.
They say that the rock through which they
have gdne is precisely the same character as
.at,found on Oil Creek. They are already
through the upper sandstone strata. We
wish them all kinds of good luck.--IfiKean
Harpo 's Magazine for August con
tains "After the war;" A 'trip to Bodie Bluff
and the Dead Sea of the West ; In the wit
ness box ; Heroic Deeds of Heroic Men, X ;
By the Apple Tree; Recollections of Sheridan;
Julian ; Nevada ; Accounts Ballanced ; Brains;
Hugh Miller and Geology; Armadale ' • Four
years under ire at Chittllestcu ; A Nice Time ;
Midsummer Noon ; A Ballad- of [the Hours,
which we linblish in another column ; Our
Mutual Friehd ; 'influences of Climate upon
National Character; Monthly Record; Edit
or's Easy Chair; Dra er, Z.:c•
ler We are inde ted to the Publishers
for an advance copy c the Atlantic for August.
The contents and contributors are as follows :
Among the Honey-Makers, by Harriet E:
Prescott; Countess Laura, by George H.
Boker ) Strategy at 'the Fireside, by Epes
Sargent Around Mull, Part 11, by Maria S. 1
Cummins ; John Fright and theEnglis'n Rad-
icals, by G. Wi Towle : Nehdle and Garden,
VIII; The Willow, by Elizabeth A. C. Akers:
My Second Capture : Doctor Johns, TI!, by
Donald G. Mitchell ; Letter to a Silent Friend ;
The Chimney Corner, VIII, by Mrs. 11. B.
Stowe ;!Peace, by Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney ;
Reconst 4 melion and Negro Bug - rage ; Reviews
and Litc_ary Notices.
We are also favored with an early copy of
that I)lertsant visitor, "Our Young Folks,"
containing : Farming for . Boys, VII,, by the
- and I,
author of "Ten Acres Enough ;" Dic
by Maria Douglas ;'[ The Story of a olly, by
Mrs. A. M. Diaz ; MasterHorsey's E curs.ion,
by Gaston Fay; Little Hugh and the Fairies,
by T. H. A. Bate ;
Transactions. by Gail
Hamilton; Winninghis Way, VET.I,bv Carle
ton; Dugs find Cats, by Harriet ibeeeher
Stowe ; Father IlrighthOpes, by F. T. Trow
hriiige ; Afloat in the Forest, VIII, by Mayne
Reid; Round the Evening•Larnp. Price 52.00.
The ATLAsTic and Orn YOUNG FOLKS; $5 00.
Liberal rates to clubs. •
In Wharton, July 31, 1365, ELIZA, wife of
Arch bald Logue, aged 39 years, of Typhoid
WELLSBORO LIOn . ERBPORT
rrITE li4ages en the W-aasboro anct
dersport Line will leaVe WellsborT every
Monday and Thursday at 2 o'clock I'. M,,
arriving at Coudersport on Tuesday and Fri
day respectively. Leaves Coudersport every
Wednesday, arriving in Wellsboro o*n
day at 12 o'clock M., and leaving COuders
iport on Saturday, arrives la Wellsli,oro on
!Monday at 1; o'chice. M. •
ThisTtoute has lately clangPd proprietors,
and the undersigned is'determined to keep it
' in good order both with.resnect to leaps and
drivers. Ample accommodations for trav
elers at ‘'ermilvee.s. 11ENRY CROLT.
Gaines, Aug. 2, 134,..,.—Lt,inpd
I am keeping a Small Assortment of
BOOTS, and SHOES;
And a few other "Traps," for which Itwatt
tor oEuer GOOD VAT"
I have a tip-top iii CiEsinith ready
to do, most anything appertaining to his
Trade, as well and as Low Priced as can be
fund in the County. )
XES JUMPED and IVAIIRENTEDi
&c. ) do
c) . ,-
l i lltare a good Compass and ptsrori Lere to,
lse it in dividing faips, establishing lines
arid corners and in surveying Farms, and
have in charge and for Sale, some "kare
Chances" in the way of Farms.
Office in the S. E. corner of my Siete at
Eioolland, Pa., 'Aug.
ler We have been at some pains to ascer
tain what instrument of the many now solic
iting the public favor combines the greatest
amount of real excellence. We bare prose
cuted this inquiry entirely independently of
aid or direction from interested parties. The
opinions of some of the best musical critics,
composers and performers have been obtain
ed; reports of experinaenti made' in , the ordi
nary use of various instruments in churches,
schools, and families,. have been compared,
all of which, with singular unanimity, con
cur in assigning the first place to the Cabinet
Organ of Mason & Hatulin—a decision that
corresponds with our previously formed con
victions received from personal observations.
—New York. Christati Advocate.
A CARD .
To the Union Men of Potter.
I have been for some time past encouraged
by citizens of the County to beta candidate
for Representative. I announce myself a
candidates for that office. I hear of candi
dates for other offices, without opposition,
for the reason that they have been in the
Army for the Union. I too have been in the
Uuion Army—served faithfully in the ditchis
and swamps of South Carolina until honora
bly discharged by General Burnside, by rea
son of disability received in the service, and
in the line of duty. My son fought in the
same Regbient (45th P. V.,) until ho was
killed by Rebel bullets. Still lam opposed,
by gentlemen who were never in the servic4
—gentlemenoitho if nominated, will receive
mycordial support. If any one doubts my
honorable record while in the Army, I refer
him to every officer and man belonging to the
45th P. V. when I left it. '
If any other Soldier who has been honora
bly discharged, desires the nomination for
this office add inserts his name, I will with
draw this Gard and support him.
Pike Mills ; Slily 25,-1865:
PIX.£ MILLS PA. July 28, 1865.
Dsan. Stu t Please announce the name of
A. B. LIORTON, late Cap . Co. G, 149th P.V.✓
for STIEDIFF, subject to the decision of the
Fall Convention. X.
THE MASON /A, HAreriarr
CiAbinet , Organs j and Clicker
inn_-"s-Celebrated Pianos for
sale by John B. Shaltspear, of Wellsboro.
Tioga . county, Pe. Persons desiring to puf:
chase can do so by applying to A. L. ENS,
WORTH . , Esq., at the Bingham Office,
IEW EJSIC.—F ETNERAL MARCH
11 to the memory of ABRAIIAIi LINCOVS,"
the Martyr Piesident, by Mrs. E. A. Park
hurst, tae I . 4lpular ccmposer. The Home
Journal says: "This is a lino composition,
!cell worthy Ithe reputation of its .writrf."l
Very solemn Wiad. impressire. 1000 copies are::
issued weekl3. Vrice 30 cents,; with cignetted
of the President, 50 cents. Mailed free4l
Publisher Ilozace Waters, No. -141
Broadway N. Y.
VALLABLV. MtDICINES, whichlevelper
formed such wonderful cures and given gen
eral satisfactiorOto all those who have made
use. of, them, caa l be obtained of MEL A.
ravvt3i, COUDERSPORT, Potter Co.,
Pa., who will examine patients, astertain-the
nateke e their disease,,e_nd give all necess
ary directions and advice to those who make
use of the Medicines-. Orders from abroad
will receive prompt attention.
July 19, .1863.
3r. W. ALLEN, Pim:melt, assisted by
competent Teachers,. ,
will - corm:ie. - ice on lIONDAY, Aug. 13'35,
and continue Twelve trceks.
Tuiticin to be paid, it the 'middle of the
Term, frpm f,.3,00 to $.?,0..3. Contingencies,
A. Teachers' Class will be instructed Free
Rooms suitabTe for students desiring to
hoard themselves ran be obtained reason.bly
in and ni , ar Town.
For further particulars, acidres3 the Prin
cipal. at c o ,pie t „.port, ra.
No. , 14. Dec. Term
vs. in the Common
Pleas of Potter County,
Libel in Divorce. To Rolianna. Camp, Res
pondent at narac'd. Pl.ease take notl - re
tha l t a.subpuma. and alias; subpmna baying
been issued anu returned niltil ; you are Lere
hy required to appear on the first day of nest
Court, the 12th day of aeptember nett - t., to
answer to the complaint - made in this case.
k.BEE, Sher'ff .
Coudersport, July 25, 1565.
PEIENSTLYANIA. AriRICIILTABAL SOCIETY.
THE n....Clrania State Agricultural So-
ciety viii hold its hibition on Tues
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Sep
tember . .fp, 27, 23 .4t , (3. 29, 1865, at
WILLI.DISPORT, LYCOJIING COUNTY
Any information desired - trill be given
upon tiersonal application or by letter to the
undersigned, at Norristorrit, or A. BOYD
HAMILtON, President, Harrisburg.
The ocice of ihe 'Society will be open at
Williamsport on and after the sth of Septem
ber. BRowEn LONGACRE, Se&y.
Norri town, July 24, 1:365.-3t
The.sti Grovesteen I'kino Vorte
retains its precedence and great pop
ularity; and after undergoing gradual hn
provements for a period of thirty years, is now
pronouriP,ed g bv the musical 'world to be Lin
surpas4d kna even unequaled in richness,
volumes and Nulty of tone ; durability and,
cheapness. Our new scale, French action, '
harp pedal, iron frame; over-strung bass,
seven octave, Tosevrood pianos we are seliing
cheaperlby from $lOO to $2OO than the same
style and finish are sold by any other first
class makers in, the country. Dealers and
all in wa t itt of good pianos are invited to send
for cur Af.-.icriptive Catalogue, which contain.s
plibtographs, of cur different !styles, together
with prices.' No _one shou4 purchase a pi
ano without seeing the Catalogue. Medals,
almost without nuMber, have been awarded
to the Grovesteen Piano, and at the Celt
bratLd World's Fair, though put in competition
with others from all parts of Europe and the
United Statps. it took the hie:best award.
EEst.iblisbed 1835.] ,GROtESTBEN CO.,
4.90 Broadway, 'New York.
VITBERE4 ril,y wife AMRLI.A. has left my
V Y .
_board Without just cause or
I..ruTscation, I hereby warn all persons Eot to
harboi. or trust her on my account as I will
pay nO debts of her contracting. after this date.
JANES G. BOOTH.
Colkshurg. Fa., :runs 2p, IW,. •
I CAUTION FROM TH
AMERICAN WATCH CO ANY.
It having come to oar knowledge that
itations of; ihe American Watch have been
put upon the market in great number, elder!.
Gated by their utter worthlessness to injure
the reputation of our genuine products, to
protect-our own interests and the public front
imposition, we again publish the trademarks
by which our Watches may invariably' be
I ne manufacture four styles of Watches.
The lirsl has the name
"AMERICAN . W.A.TCH CO.. Wildman,
Mass.," engraved on the inside Plate.
The Second has the name
"APPLETON, TRACY CO., Waltham,
ltass.," engraved on the inside plate.
The Third has the name
. "P. S. I3ARTLETT, Waltham, Mass. , " Mass. 3 " en
graved on the inside plate. •
All the above styles have the name Amer
ican Watch Co. painted on the dial, Audi are
warranted in every respect.
The Fourth has the name
, ~ W.M. ELLERY, Boston., Mass.," engraved
on the inside plate, and is not named on the
dial. 1 1
All the above described watches are mad
of:various sizes, and are sold in gold 07 silver
cases, as may be required.
It is hardly possible for us to accurately
describe the numerous imitations to which
we have alluded. They are usually inscribed
with names so nearly approaching our own
as to escape the observation of the miacens.
tomed buyer. Some are represented as made
•y the "Union Watch Co., 'a Boston, Mass."
—no such company existing. Some are
!lamed the "Soldier's Watch," to be sold as
oar Fourth or Wm. Elle y style, usually
known as the "Soldier's W tch." Others are
named the "Appleton Watch Co. -'" others
the a S.Bartlev," instead of our "P. S. Bart
lett;" besides many varieties named' in such
a manner as to con ey the idea that they are
the veritable rtoddctions of the Arberic,an
Watch Company. 1 1
We also caution the public, and particu
larly soldiers, agairist buying certain articles
GALLED watches. so 'freely advertised in illus
trated papers as "Army \Vetches," "Officer's
Watches," "Magic Time Observers," "Arcane
Waehes," &c,. the prices of which are stetd
to be froth seven to sixteen dollars. A goad
watch, in these times, cannot be afforded f r
any such Paoney.- 1 ,
A little attention on the part of buyers will
protect them from gross imposition.
ROBBINS & APPLETON
Agents for the American Watch Co.,
- 182 Broadway, New York.
A RCANA. WATCH
AN ELEGANT NOVELTY - IN WATCHES.
The cases 'of this watch are an entirely nei
invention composed of six different met+
als combined, rolled together and plan
isbed, producing an exact imitation of 1
carat gold, called Arcana, which will alway
keep its ccior. They are as heaUtifal as solid
gold, and are afforded at one-eirrbt'a the cost.
The case is beautifully designed with Panel
and shield for name, with Pateht Push Pin,
and engraved in the exact stle of the! cele
brated Gold Hunting Levers, a.hd are really
handsome and desirable, and so exact an im
itation of gold as to defy detection. The
movement is manufactured by the well known
St. timer Watch Company of Europe,and are
I superbly finished, having engraved pallets,
i fancy carved bridges, adjusting, regulator,
with gold balance and the improved Jeweled
action, with line dial and skeleton hands,and
is warranted a good time keeper.
Tese watches are of three different sizes,
the smallest being for Ladies, arid are all
Hunting Cases. Arcase of six will be sent by
Mail or Express for 5125.00. A'single one
sent iu a handsome Morocco Case for 25;;
will retidily sell for three time-3 their cost. We
are role agents for this ,catch in the United
States, and none are genuine which do not
bear our Trade mark. Address
CHIAPD DEVAUGIT,ek Ca,
Importers, 15 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
Oldest Insurance Company in America
Cash Capital and Surplus, over
SErENTY-ONE Years Successful Businesii
Esperience, vith a reputation for integrity
and lionord . )le dealing unsurpassed by any
similar itstituticti. •
LOSSES PAID since orgatization,
witb:%ut the deduction of a cent,
or a dav's
LIBEIIAL RATES for all the safer classe.4
of prope:zy. Insurance of Dwellings axd
BRICK or STONE Dwellings insured, per..
penzally, - if desired, on terms `l:,f the greatest
econonay and safety to the insured,
it s Wisdont and Economy to insure intha
beet Companies, and there is , none better than
the old insurance Co. of igiortii-
M. W. IicALARNEV'
Agent for Potter coanty
wiil wriog an;l-thing, from a single Thread to
- a Bed-Quilt.
nucEs : $5.50, $6.00, and $3.00.
P. A. Stebbins &
Agents for; Fotter ecunty.—Jan 25, 23E3
And others out of emplorment, to eaUrass forl,
OUR GREAT NATIONAL WORK,
urnr, LL7I7. ,C7O PUBLIC, EEBTIcE3 OF ABRAHAM'
By Frank Crosby, of the Philadelphia Bar,
comprising, one large octavo volume of nearly
.This is the only work of the kind'publisbra
it is entirely nets and original . , containing hi.*
early history, political career, speeches.proc
larnation.s and other 05cial documents illus
trative of his eventfulladministration. togeth
er with the scenes arid events connected wit!"
his tragic end. It wi).l be sold only by our
authorized traveling agents, to whom exclu
sive territory is - givert.;; and liberal commiss
ions paid. Send for ta circular and terms
'American Publis:siniz, .. 3 _2•E'r*, Box 217,
€-')O C.bestr.r.:.t, Street "'hiladelibia.