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A,vHBILEAS the ion tobert G. - 'White,
, • - •Preaident ,- :fridge, and he Hons.
• Jones and G. th'Colvlri, Ass ' itite dudes-of
':theCatirts.of Oyo. Termintir an& General
Jail DeliTery, Quarter. Session 6 of the Peace,
Orphan's Coact and Court of ICoMmou Pleas
; flit the bounty oft Potter, 'hope:issue& their
precept, bearing ds,tisi the tolenty-third dayl
of Dec'r; to :the year' of our Lord one thou
fiend, eight hund . rea and sixty4fiyti, and to me
.directed,for bolding a court Of Oyer & Ter
• miner ,and :General Jail Delivery,.Qnarter
...Sessions nf thepeape, Otplic:i's Court,. and
.Court of Common -Pleas in he: Borough of
Coudersport, on IbIONDAY, t o 19th day of
February next, and te continUe one week:
. Notice is • therefore hereby given to the Cor
nters, Justices of the Peace land Constables
,within the cpunty,that they bb then.dad there
in their proper persons, at 11 o'clock, A., M.
of.said.cla,y,, with their rolls records, inqui
satepp, examinations, and other remem
brances, to do those things\ which to their
.-,offices appertain' to be' done. Arid -those who
are bound by . their reCogniz nces .to, prose
: cute agaitist the', prisoners that are ot shall
inlhe jail of said county of Potter, are to
be thBn and there to prosecu:e against them
ee Will be just.
bated at , Coudersport,' ' jam! 8, 'lBO, and
Atte 89th 'yeartif'the" Tndependence of the
United States Oil America. • •
•'• ' '"- 'IW. W. BROWN Sheriff.
. 'Hy . virtue of an order of the Orphan's
Court fOr the County of Potter,fithe.fol
,l,OWing described real estate i belonging to the
_lstate of IVilliarn Nerion owe, late of, the
township of Bingham, in ,sad county, dec'd,
will be sold to the highest emd best bidder,
On the premises below descpbed,
township, on ; ,•
Friday, theOth, day of
tti 1 o'clock,P.: l lS:
All that certain manage situate in Bingham,
ownship,-Potter Co.; Pa., described as fol
lows, viz.: Beginning at a jlllbite Ash the. N.
- W. coznerz tif lot No. 30 of thel allotment 'of
'Ando in said, township cpnvcyed to Isaac
~.;.,,Tt. . eppqn; Then s oe ley vest line of said lot south
,one hundred and twenty-ei ht and zix-tenths
perches to the N. E. corn r.of lot No. 1 34 ,
„thence by north line of lo s Nos. 134 & 133
north eighty-eight and on hslf degrees - west
one hendred land twenty eight and seven
tentba perchee , to- the S. E. corner of lot No.
166, thence by east line of said lot and of lot
No. 194 conveyed by Trnsiees of Bingham
:Estate to Jonathan Strait north one hundred
`lnd nineteen and seven-tenths perches to the
• S. W. corner Of lot No. 22, thence by lino of
said lot 444,10 Iseventy-nin„and three-tenths
_,perches and north five per hes to a beech the
.'S. - W. corner Of. lot No. 2 , thence by south
line of said Inteastforty-ei h tend nine-tenths
- ,perettet to the place of beginning: Contain
ing Ninety-three and three -tenths acres be
the same more or less, with the usual allow
ance of six pi t. cent , for rciads & c., being lots
Nos. 28 & 29 of-t allotment of lands of the
E'4t,iite of Samuel M. -Piix rdec'd, and part of
warrant N 0.11239, Pottei• county, Penn'a.,
- abont, inventg Lacres of, Which is' improved,
with one small houge, one barn, and a
few fruit tree' thereon. ---.
M. D. Bril ( pGS, Adm'r.
l. Condersport, Jan'f.ls, 186 . •
MO all Creditors, Legatees and other perk
sons interested . Notice is hereby, given
that the folleltving named' persons did on the
dates'affixedlto their names ; file the accounts
of their Administration 'One Estates of thus:
, persons decdoied, whose mines are under
mentioned in the Office of the Register for the
probate of Wills and granting Letters of Ad
ministration' in chi County of Potter ; and
that the same will, be presented in the Or
phan's Court of said county for confirmation
and allowance, on the loth day of FdbruarY
next at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court House
in said county , • - I
Nov. 29, 4865. Accotint of Leroy D. Goff','
Administrat.or of.the Eslte of James Cotton,
late of Harrison tin,, dee .
• Dec. 19, 1865. Account -of G. W. 'Hackett,
A.drpiastrutort,bf the ,Estate at John Thickett,
late of Ulyises tp., dec'd." l
Dec. 21, 1865. Account of Ellen Fling
Tripp, ,Admiuistratrix of the Estate of Wm.
Fling, late kif Ulysses tpi, dec'd. ' • '
1 D. HAN.ER, Register,
Coudersport, Jan'y 15, 1860.
moTicg is hereby givep that i by virtue of
an•o - rdee of decree issued out of the Or
'phans' Court of Potter County, the under
'signed as ;Guardian of Milton Manly, Kate
Fred. ) Manly,: and May Bell Manly,
minors, owners of said land, will expose for
sale at public vendue, to the highest bidder,
Coirrt: House in Condprspoiti in said
county of potter, on
. 21e .20 th day of ;February, 1866,
it o'clock, P.. M., the following certain
snessuagel, and piece of land, situate in the
Moroughcof .Couderspotk, - Potter County, des
eritied as s'follows Beginning at the south
' 'east corner of a lot belonging to P.A.. Stebbins
on Second Street, thence north 132 feet to
south. linO - of Charles Reissman's lot; thence
east 33 feet; thence south to Second Street
,; thence west ',to tho.place of begin
ging ; containing One Ralf .4wo r upon which
is-erected one•:Blacksmith S Kip;
'• : ;si GEO. C. MANLY,-Guardian.
uruot - Eirs -- lIIST OILY OF TILE
‘. : , GREAT -
ITIHR late Rebililiewstatids 'out peculiar and it - trifit.
'cirdinery in human. events; and the magnificent
scale 'ripen which the war has been conducted; con.
otitntek ono of the GRANDEST and MOST BRIE,
.I.JANT •CHAFTHRS OF THEWORLD'S HlS
't• Mr. Headley, nf writers; fer.perhapirbbit •quall•
fled topeitray the stupendous features of the.raighty
"contest. 'llls 'previous work on - lone momentous
themes have _placed him' in the , fleet p 01311.1011, _as a
graphic:, and tbwerful - delinentor of War Scents and
characters: and the 'magnitude anti grandeur of the
present - subject, impart to his pen the fire and vigor
of a yet More exalted Inept/alien ' ' and furnish entitle
scope for theitigliest exhibition ofhis peculiar genius
for militUry description: Under his powerful penthe
mining x,cance of the War •pass In review with the
vividness arid distinctness--of s present and living
reality- ; while litsgreim 'Went for *condensation one
idea him to embody everything of - Importance in - a
compasajust suited to the public. want. • From no
other sonkce can no elear and comprehensive an im
pression bf the grand march of events bo obtained,
/60 easily, and agreeably, ad from Air. Ifeadley's work.
• Other f, histories have been issued before .Grant's
Deport and other Official Documents were submitted
• to the- Government, and are therefore unreliable.
Me. Headley ban delayed The oompletion• or this till
" those DOCUMENTS so ESSENTIAL to MITRE N
TICIT If and crtßaEgrzorss coal be obtained
,The Second Ve.tutne, completing this. Work, w • •
be issued in . lfarelOSte. Agehni wanted Id engage
in ita sale In every stotvri athd county in the. United
States.-f Liberal Indticenients 'offered.. gor, partietG
lam apply to or address. ,
‘••,- AMF,II4C.A"N PUBLISHING COMPANY,
• ' 148 Asylum Street; Hartford, Conn
Forilvsrmv & Bran, Age:Ms.—W - 81n. • ,
For Cotton yarn
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AesENTS 401kb, riCEEt.BICALT D
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DRIGOIS'-: NEW PATENT - PIANO'
• . -FOIITESI ..
Whiciaaie ert:titing the. rratest air:Ration 113;08 mu
sicalworld, and have r elved the highest testimoni
als front all the leaßlng tiata in the country,among
wi r" luTS , I ' • . . : 1.., 1. i i .)
S..THALBERo : i FRANGLS ll::DROWN,
LAI. GOTTSCHALK •THEOPORELISPELT,
WM. HENTLY FAY, - MAX Ii,IARETZUK, •
M. STRACKOSOH 1 - - W3I. MASON, .I , •
•• , REMO A; WOLLE'P . IACPT. I . -
At the late FAIR of theIIYIERICAN INSTITUTE, held:
in. New York City, Oateber 1885, it hey were_ award- .
ad the • f , ; 1. :,.. , . _
BLR S T PREIVIGH GOZD IrEPArit
• • - , Porthe • •,. e - --• • '
BEST- PEANb FOR TE • 0 EXHIBITION !
; . ' i 6.4, ros
GEO. .4-.. P "'NEE & CO.'S
:MELODEONS. ABT0611TIC , i'$O11001: /MOANS.' -..
AU. INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS
. '.. - I.lo.nufectureralund Importers Of --- • ;' •
FLUTES, BANJO4,I VIOLINS, GUITARS,
VIOLIN siltacq4, AuconnuoNs ] t
and all kinds of BRASSand other musical Instrth ,
merits. . i 4 :
•• DiSecial attention paid; to Tarnishing Braes lustre
io S•for Banda. 1i . I . .
'PUBLISHERS: Dr SHEET 'MUSIC, . 1 '
Just publialted„ . "zez ii - SSITH, 4 ! a n ew collection of
Chants for the h.placcitial. Servicefor opening and
closing Voluntaries, Musical Societies, Classes, and
for the Social Circle, by:Vinci t p. 'FAzton. ,- ..Price .
Boards, 85 cents. (Rath, $l. 1 ' , 1
, , ,
BASSINOS' 20 Melodic ! Exercises.
In 'form ' of. Sotrzuctces for EieofoiANO rind . Mitzi°
&areas° voices, . Intended as .to_acguire the
proper art of singing, by C Imo 1 Bassist, anther:
Bassini's art of singing, and Balton°. In two books.
Price, each, $2,50. I. •
PIA,VO4TRTE C4iLIS : TI7E2,ICS
a collection of Free FINGER, 011011D;Dild &bum pas
sages, for speedily deve.opieg the..iniasclea of the
fingere r and•a°guiring that degree of fiesibilityAnde
pernienco and volubility, which nre so fedi:Tensible
to a gooderformanee ou the:PIANO-FORTE, by
FaAttots Ti.i Bromic Price, $3.50. i •
New Edition, Parti.'s Fins? Putsca, by FRANCIS
H. 13110 WN, ' authoriof Pride, Mitittehaha, dad Hes
itation ,Folkas,fr.q., P i ricei 50 centa.'„ :. .. • . •
"Cast thy Burden on .the LOrtl, 4 ";with
Soprano, Contralto' or Tenor Solos,' and '
Quartette, adapted from (kitteechalk,
Slumber Song, by W. K. RipePuDD—Price 35 eta.
"A Holy Calm, A Peace Divine," a cam•
panion to "Sweet Spirit - i hear my
Prayer," by W. Vises -Tr 'W,AttAce.--Price 35 eta.
"Lord ; my-God; I ',Ong to y Know," 1151st
Hymn, as sung tit flraCe, church, com
posed_ hp BA AIW; WALSII...— ....i. --Price 35 eta.
"My lied In IleavenP wortishY Sesim nu
W. CONe, music by STEI‘IiES ),I.ASSErr I Price 35 cts.
"My Only Brothers' Gone,"t Song and 4.4 ,
Chorus, by HELLER '' ' Price 35 eta.
"The Past that Breathes of Thee," _ Bah
lad,aty Kettes nice 35 etc.
"Oh, Write me a Snug of, my Father"
• Bong and Chortisl es sung at Wood's-- •
minstrel's, comparlad. by C. IlEser....;Price 35 ate.
"A Word of Thine,"Ballad; by E. J.
Fitzhugh r.,. i Price 30 eta.
, , . ,
"Give to me thoaardeonlit Hours " Ductt -
for two Sept an os, -OrSeprano an'd Tenor
by E. K. Finset - gar; —. ... . . .........:Price 35 eta
"Vesper Star," Dmitt for two Sopranos,
or Tenors; by .1; 11.0,:tzt Price 40 eta.
"Murmur° hi Rulaseau,"
... Fuutaste, by ,I. -
Biou.t.iNa ......L ." ...- ' Price 50 eta.
"Prayer at Sea," Romance in form of a • •
Nocturne, by J. DE JASIMI • ssi-........Price 50 eta.
"Attends moi," (Wait for me.) (dalop, by
C 33130. FRAD E I I ' "' l 'rice 60 eta.
"Sets moi," (FolloW me,) Galup, by A. ~.
- 13Ensezzte ' ' ' rice 60 cts.
"Water - Fall. and Sballreeze," Galotis,hy
Pent SrEllrilAClEZi ' ' Price, ach, 50 eta.
"Morning. Dew," Lerman, by ADOLPH'
BIIIMMEI X 1 I ' rico 50 cts.
"Wedding Lancerarby Pstn. Statse A Cis Price 40 chi.
"Happy by thy Dreams," transcribed . tbr i ,
for the Tirm-forte. by Cll3§. MUD ri.-Frice 50 cts.
"Sweet Spirit Behr any prarr," from
Wallace's ; Opera Lurenc,; runscribed .
fqr the piano forte by Clue.; FAAnci._Price 40 ate.
"Cilispino ola Conlare," Rieci's new 0 - p,
eta, arranged by CifAiii FraDDI......._.:PrICe 60 cts,
"Fen cl . eLEtolles," Starlight, tiocturn, by
J. nOlaii detrataz ........... ..._:._ Price 50.cts.
"Angel of Itream,l Hal ml, liklict.t.tat...._Price 35 eta.
"Love's Lamentation," Ballad, by E.G.B.
Botany.— L —._ L.—. . -_ ii Price 35 ets.i
;Triumphal rental," bgltion'n HoSrmAs Price - $l.OO.
"Algerian-Polkit," by It . A. , l'AniteretYr_Price 35 cts.
' Evening s," Nocturne 3 by E. J.
Frrzucce.--- PACO 85 cts.
"Pm Longing forThee,,Guards waltz, . --
as snug by m'di e P.A.P.Er* Price 85 eta
• .A. -I,lolAeirtil - Net:knot given to the - Trade,
Churches, Clergymen, Professors and Schools. Mu
sic sent by mail on-receipt_ of the marked price.
WILLIJOI tiALL & SON.
1513 Broabway, New York.
; Deo 5, 4 mos .- aril . =
... . _
!3E2la- ' asc%lAall
i can't stop 'advertising ,bccause rife quit
sellinglcalico ?or now 1:-want to
Sell.Fanns Survey Lands,-Write
Deeds and Contracts, Pay taxes for non-resi
TrIEN AGAIN •
Ihave BLACKSMITH, "constantly on hand'
in the old shop, who hates to-have a bare
footed hor l se piss the shop, and .1 must tell of
it to get, him started. • 7p.imi ua,lon7
lifookland, Not. 10, 1865
- irgt MASON & EtAwning
pAblae ltjargalls and Chlcker-
Vi" lag's [Celebrated Pianos for
snlef by John B. Shnkspeo.r, of Wellsborq,
rioo -county, Pa.- P i qrsone deairing to inir
eh:Ocean do nn by nui)lying A. L. ENS
WORTH, :Es q ., .at ...the - Intg - liarn Office,
Coudersport, !Pa. •
. . .
INEWISKIRT FOR 1866.
lthe . Gre ett - invention of the -- #ge in;
HOOl 3- SKIRTS ! !
J. W. BRADLEY'S. New Patef4 , DUPLEX
ELLIPTIO (or donbie 1 SPRIN G ' SKIRT.
(j 1 IS Invention.consista of.Duplcx(er two) ill lune
1•.1 "tre Relined Steer Spring", ingeniously braided
tightly and 'firibly together, edge to edge, making the
TOUGSRST, moatrt.Extaiti,' iLarato and DPRAIIRE
Bent G over used. They', seldom nese or paaax,like
the ingle-Springs, and - eciasequeetly*preserve their
perfCct and, be ynittil ohmic more than twice as long
as Oy Single Spring Skirt that ever has or Can be
outdo. 1 I
I . TI - lE.wonderfal flexibility and great comfort and
!pleaspre to any ; lady wearing the Duplex Ell iptic akirt,
' Will be experienced particularly In ail crowded assem.
.bliesquerns, Carriages, dialiroad Cara, - Chureh pews
Arm Chair, for Promenade and House- Dress, as the
Skir, can be folded when in use to occupy a small
pine as coati,-and conveniently as a Silk or Iltudin !
Drese. j , •, _
A MY having -grlioYolt the pleasure,comfort and
GreatConaenience of wearing the Duplex .EMptio
Steel Spring Skirt for a single day will neveraftewards
willingly fiEspenao . with- their use. For Children.
Mid and Yofing Ladies they are superior to all
otho a. [ 11. _
T E:111).0 - PS'are covered Wlth_2:.ply_donble twist
ed thread - and Wilt wear I twice as long as the Single
yarolCoVering which is deed on all Single Steel Hoop
Shirty. The three bottomfrods on every Skirt are also
MEM° Steel, and twice br double covered to prevent
the covering from wearing elf the rods when dragging'
down stairs; stone etcp4•etc., etc. which they are cola'
gently subject to when in use. ••
All are made of the now and elegant Corded Tapes
and are, the•lbeatignalit3idn - every - part - grying to. the
wearer the moat graceful and perfort'Sbapa possible,
and are nrYquCal tenably; the ligheet, 'moat desirable,
comfortable aid economical Skirt ever made.
"%VESTS , BRADLSY,fr.: CARY, PRORIETOS. of
the-Invention. - and!SOLE MAITUPACTURESS, 97'
CHAMBERS, and 79& ax,r.EADE STREETS ;Now
FOR SALE In all flist-elass Stores in this City,and
throughout the - Halted States and Canada, Havman. de
Cu,hn Mewict South Atuarlds, and the Wait Indies..
INQUIRE; F R THE DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE.)
SPRING SKIRT, . ,• .:.. —• , :_.••,_.- -- - -:.
• :• -, - 4. - ar C. Jan4Clina., • •• 6
31 nr:sdAtatiCt "
It having come. to our knowledge that im.
itations bf-ilie' Amerimin Watcli
Oat - orlon:the nickiket in:great number, calcnz,
latd ty : sthelk , utter Whrthlessnesd to 'Wire
tiio reputatio4 oft out gebnibe-products, to
protect our divrt interest:9 and the pnblie from
imposition; we' agai n pill lish the trade Marks
bir which. our Watches , may invariably be'
lireinatiailiethre four styles - of Watches.
,"A3/ERICAN WATPFI. Waltham,
ilicids:," engraved on'the inside plate. , •
a The Seeond has the name
"AF'PLETO,N,' TRACY da CO.; Waltham,,
Iftisa.,"-engraved on the inside plate:
The Ilird lras the name .- • • •
"P. S. BARTLETT, Waltham' Mass.," en
'graved •on the inside plate.
• - All thi above styles have the name Amer.,'
lean Watch 'Co. 'paintedion the dial,' and are,
warranted in every respect:
The fourth has the name • - •
"WM. ELLERY, Bbston, 3fass:,.".engraied
on the inside plate, and is not named on the
- The above de --- ibed • ‘tches•are inade
• All above described watches.art.
of various sizes, andlare sold in goldior'silver
cases, as may . be required.,
It is hardly,possible for us 'to accurately
describe the .numerans 'imitations to which
we have alluded. They ate usually inscribed
WithmameS so nearly approaching our' own
as toiescape the observation of the unaccus
tomed buyer. Some are represented as made
by :the "Union Watch Co., .of Boston, Mass.'
--mai such ^.empany existing.: Some are
named the "Soldier's Watch,'
.to be sold as
our Ponrth •or Wm.. Ellery • style, Usually
knoWn as the "Soldier's Watch Others are
named the "Appleton Wateb - Co. '•" others
the P. S. Barttsy, ' instead of our "P. S. Bart
lett ;" besides many 4varieties named in such
a manner as to convey the idea that they are
the veritable yroductions of the American
Watch Company. • • •
We alsb caution. the public; .and particu
larly soldiers, against buying certain articles
CALLED watches. so.freely adVertised in illus
trated papers as "Army Watches," ~O fficer's
Watches,' "Magic Time Observers," "Arcane
Watches," Scc,. the prices of which are stated
to be from seven to sixteen dollars. A good
watch, in these tides, cannot,be afforded.):
any , sll money.
. A l ittle attention on the part of buyers will
protectj them from grass imposition.
3 . ROBBINS St APPLETON
Agents"for the American Watch Co.,
182 Broadway, New York
PACIFIC HOTEL , •
no, 172, 174 & 176 GEMEWICH ST.;
(ONE SQUARE wr.sT.OF lIIIOAbNyAY.)
Betwecn Courtlandt anZ Dey Streets,New York
JO PATTik Jr., Proprietor•
'VIM Pacific .llotel
. is . well and widely
1. known to the traveling public. The lo
cation is especially((' suitable to merchants
and businessmen;business . itis in close proximity to
the business part of the City--is °Oho 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;
provided with gas and water; the attendance
is prompt and respectful; and The table is
generously provided with every delicacy of
the season. • •
The - subscriber, who; for the past few years,
has been the lessee, is now sole I proprietor,
and intends to identify himself thoroughly
with the interests of his heuse. With lopg
experience. as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by
moderate charges and a liberal policy, to
maintain the favorable reputatfon of the Pa
cific Hotel. • • JOHN PATTEN, JR..
1794. fe'rerd; 1794.
Oldest Insurance Compant 4 1-- 1 -"erica
Cash o ver
SEVENTY-ONE Years Successful Business
Experience ' with a reputation for integrity
and honorable dealing unsurpassed by any
similar:institution. - .
LOSSES PAID since organization; $17,-
500,060.00, withaut the deduction of a cent,
or lc clay's delay f all `the.
LIBERAL RATES for:rall the safer-classes
of property: Insurance of Dwellings and
Cihrtents, a specialty. •
BRICK or STONE Dwellings insured per
petually, if desired, on terms .of the greatest
economy and - safety to the insured.
It is Wisdom and Economy to insure in the
best Companies, , and there. is none better thah
the''old Insurance Co. , of North
America. f •
- Apply to ICW. ItIcALARNEY
Agent for: Potter county.
TOILE can always •be , found the best o
. 0 Cooking, 13ox and Parlor
S T .:49- 'V. E. :S
Also, TIN and SHEET : IRON WARE, pOTS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING. PANS, SAPJ'ANS, CAULD-.
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SELELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
Doq-POWERS, . , .
HIS WORK '
is well made and the material_ good. 'Oiled
and SU bstanti al l E AVES-T RO UGHS put Up in
any part of the pou l aty—Terms easy. Ready
Pay ;of all kinds, including .Cashi • seldom
refused. . • --
Store Ott Main Street opposite the Old Court
Honie, Couderapo t. 'Aug. 1,'1963.-50 •
If You IFYant
0 purchase Cotton Goods, go to,
. . OLMSTED.
DR:;:ribioNs:-&. , OftweS
ViLUAI3LE MEDICINES', which have per
formed such tiOnderful cures and given gen
eral satisfaction to all those who, have made
use of', tliem, can be obtained of. PR.' A.
F.P.ENCIL, COI7.DgR.SPORT, Potter Co.,
'Pa., Who will examine patients, astertain the
nature of their disease, and give .all.nece,ss
arydfrections and advice to thpse who make
useof.tlie -Medicines.. Orders grow abroad
will receive'prainpt) a ttention.
wx 7ll•it i Mit .. , ,
sN •-•- . , ,
NorUi-east Coniai'Tea l th' and 'Chestnut ttreett
The most completeandtheittetilb'sTirrnii3d
Ansa or Commercial College in the country. ;
The only one id thb nay 'possessing a Legislative ,
Charter, and theonty'ond in the Urn ted States anther
Iced to confer pegrees of merit. 'Diplomas awarded
legradnatee i t; the Conunerch4 ..'utirde under its cur-
Vibrate serd'hy authbrity of law.
Conducted by:geutlemen of liberal ednittioo and:
e;tensicuaxpertenee in business, and affording une
quailed itdrantages for tile thorough' theoretical and
practical education titytiung , for the vaitatia du
Lions and employments othua 'less
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a system of ' . • -.' ,
• -ACTUAL atISTNESSTRAINIXG'
original and ppre•eminently practical, giving', 'the 'Btu
dent in the - shortest time a' complete,' height into the
rontine;iletallsv customs and fermS;plbusicepai in
genera: as conducted in tlfe hest-regulated conantor
cial Anil financial establishments.
Upon a new plan. with an 'original exposition of the
science of aczonnts, arranged and published by the
.proprietor of this Institution exetusively feir his own.
use, saving one-half the ordinary labor of the student,
and giving him a complete knowledge of the practiee
of the . best accountants._ .
THE COHHERCIAL corusE
: Commercial .drithni elle, Pen=
•' inanship; Business • Cor , respondtnce, Com
: mercial- Law, Lectures on Business ,
: Commercial • Customs,
Forms, and Actual Busi-' •
' • nest Practice. , ••
• - .SPECIAJ. B s Rlccrn S.
Algebra and _the' Higher_Nathematics, Phono,
grcwhy, Ornamental Penmanship, the Art of
Counterfeit Money, Engineering,
Surieging, Navigation and Tel
The arrangements for Telegraphing aro far in ad•
canoe of anything of the kind ever offered to the pub.
lie. -.Et regular Telegraph Line is connected with the
Institution with twenty branch offices in various parts
of the city, where publics busincas is transacted, and
in.whlch students of this institution are permitted to
practice. No reguitir ottlee practice can be had in any.
other school of instruction' in the, country, without
which no one can obtain a position asp prnetie.al op.
erntor. Young men are cantlonedsigalnst the decep.
tive'ropresentattons of those who, without coy such
facilities, pretend to teach. Telegraphing. .
This Institution is now enjoying tho largest patron
age ever bestowed upon any commercial school in the.
State. Over five hundred af =lents were to attend
ance the first year,
.and over seven hundred during
the past year; The best elms of .students may itiva.
riably be found bore, and all its associations are first
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS
,The M6titiitlon is located in the most central' part
ofthe city, and its acconinocntions, for extent, ele
gance and convenience, are unsurpassed. All the
rooms have been fitted np in the vcre best style with
-Business .011.1ces 'or Counting Houses, Telegraph
Otlices, Stationery Store, and a regular
BANK OF BEPOSIT AND IS:311E
supplied with- finely-engraved lithographic notes
need as a circulating medium in the Department of
Actual I3uslness. , •
I TO YOUNG MEN • ,
who desire the very 'beat facilities for a Practical
Education for Buiinesa, we guarantee a course o
instruction no where elm - to be equalled, while the
reputation .and. standing of the Institution among
business men 'make Its endorsement the best.passport
to .success and advancenient. 9:11 contemplating
entering any Commercial College, are incited to Bend
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR & CATALOGUE
containing 'complete interior views of the College;
and fall partlzulars of the course of instruction
L. FAIRBANKS,* A. M.,
T. O SEARCET,.
Special'Teacher and Supt. of Office Businev.
FO UT Z'S
Dino aid Gatti° Peclors:
'TEMPER, - F1
LOSS OF APP
TITE AND TIT.'
,use . Improves ,
the' appetite-61v ,
a. smooth ar
To keepers of Cows this preparation Is inhjuable.
Tres the quality
the milk. It has
proven by ac•
•• In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, racers in
'the Ltingii, Liver , - •
lic.; this, article ' .. - F.:...z.• - 2. r iz...;',7:....-:
attains a specific. :•. .-'.1..:: - .-.: ,, , , 1 , *V..'.::' , .•if . .: . ..
Br putting from ~ . •..ftlAtik..• -- --..
one-half a paper "- -,rl s , . : S.f,;.' , i,''' l 4r- -- 1:: ''''''.
to a paper in a , , _.:i.1.6,-; .'•-',.' &.,.,^ :-_.....___:_....
barrel of swill the . ~ ....- . .- 7 - .- ..I . •: - --.;
above dibeasee 4 - - -- „:ti--.F°:::--_,,W7%. -_'
'VIII be eradicated ----- ----------- -- 7 ,- ,...==: '---
or entirely prevented. If given in time, a certain
preventive and cure for the Ilog Cholera.
Price 20 gents per Paper, orb Papers for $l.
• . - TarßA.Tano BY .
S. A. Fou , rz 1E9R,0.,
WITOLESALE Dna AND 11101(1ht.DEPOT,
No:, 116 Franklin St.,; Baltimore,
-For SaTe by Druggists and Storekeepers through'•
out the United. States.
Sold by P,.A. STEBBOS k CO.,Cotiders-
Port! ' • " •
WELLSBORO a COUDER'SPORT
/WM Stages, on the Wellshoro: and. Cort
i dersport Line will leave 'Wellsboro every
Monday and Thursday at .2 o'clock P. M ,
arriving tg Coudersport on. Tuesday and Fri
day respectively. Leaves Coudersport every
Wednesday, arriving in Wellsboro on , Thurs..
day at 12 o'clock. M., and leaving Couders=
port on Saturday, arrives in Wellsboro on
Monday at 12 o'cloce M.
This Route hai lately 'changed Proprietors,
and the undersigned is determined 'to keep it
in good'order both'with respect to teams and'
drivers., -Ample.-accommodations for tray
elers at Vermilyeas. HURT CROFtIT.
Gaines, Aug. 2, 18G5.--E6mpd
VOW ena't believe what fine BARGAINS
are te.be bad at °LUSTED'S.
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SHOVI OFF ME
Are now ready. for wholesaleing and, retailing.- The first department is filled with
DIY GOODS, READY MADE CLOTHING' BOOTS SHOES,
_ CROCKERY YANKEE NOTIONS, &C.
, • t Nos. 2. &3, Wholesale and Retail
Flour, Feed, Pork, Groceries, 80.
Give us and save Fifty per Cent. We return you our thanks for your liberal patron
age for the past year, and shall contiuue to sell
AS CHEAP AS EVER.
Wellsville, N. Y., Ocf. 24, .1865.
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long and favorably
known, will thor
and cleansing the
stontacll, and fates
P. A. STEBBINS & Co.
It is a sure pro
FIRST FALL OPENING
Elegant Seasonable Dres s Goods
meas.; the quan
v or milk and
tm twenty: per
and make the
,ter firm and
et. In fattening
tle, it gives them
tea them thrive
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The Proprietors' 'of the POPULAR - coMEß 2 stimir are
lieWrlttitied" to stippl3t this marketwithrthe bestluality of
DRY -GOODS: H O TS & CAPS, .HARDWARE,,- I :DRUOS,' PAINJS,
AILS, VARNISHES'AND PATENY'MCINES
tt)V.W . ;'ktEl*'**itOV.ikitiO,
Octobei iBC, •
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THE - MAMMOTH EMPIRE
So that while others are inarklng, up, we shall
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C. H. SIMMONS.