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bi" Horace Maynard,ofTenuessee,made
a,point,in a speech' at Wbeeling,the other
day, thpt it, would be well to consider'-
He e id : • -
"Henry A. Wise, in a speech the other
day at Richmond, Is reported to have had
the old feeliug curate over him for the am
`lf I had sacceeded,l would have'
stripped themi uaked,' , `says be, [laughter]
and it seemed tu do him' good wbile he!
!aid it. lie P polio as though he• could
Bee a whole parcel of naked Union men
just stripped. [Laughter.] 'Pardon,' says
he, 'Pardon t It I bad 'succeeded I would
have seen them damned before I would
_pardon.' [Laughter.' But; he says, 'the
boot is on the.other leg,' [Laughter,] and
he says, am not going to' take.any .of
their oaths an'd apply for•pardon' Oh'be
.has the old spirit, the spirit of that old
isecesW who said it is better to rule in hell
than serve in heaven.' [Laughter.] 'Evil
lkre thoh- my good—be it mine hencefort
to thwart his high purpose from this
forward.' That is the spirit of that un
'subdued traitor, to his country. From
this time forward be it mine to work all
the mischief,aml all the wisery,and all the
Woe, to in V xountry that lies in my power.
end yet men of such heart, and such
purpose, come up and say ,they must as a
tnatter.of fright by allowed to participate
in ruling you and ine, and our children.
(Applause] Never, never."
CHILDHOOD.-1 regard it as an irre
trievablo miArtune that niy childhood
'was not a happy one. By the poverty of
my parents, subjected me to continual
,privations. I believe in the rugged nurs
ing'of Toil; but she;oursed me too much.
In the winter time I was employed in in
door and sedentary oecupatious,whicia con.
fined we too strictli. and summer, when
I could work on the farm, the labor .was
too severe, and often encroached upon
the hours of sleep. I jI do nog remember
the time when I began to work. Even
my play-days—not Pla3-days, for .I never
bad any, but my play-hours—were earned
by extra exertions, finishing tasks early
to gain a little leisu e for boyish sports.
31v; parents sinnedtignornotly. ' but God
affixes the same ph sical penalties )to the
violation of his laws whether that violation
be willful or ignorant - For willful vio
lations there is the added penalty of re•
moree ; and that i the only difference.
Here let irie give
. 3ou two pieces of ad
vice, .ivhich shall b 4 gratis to you, though
they cost me what is of more value than
cliantonda. Train Your children' to work
though riot toolarcl ; and unlea they are
grossly lymphatie,let them sleep as much
as they will. I have derived ons cow.
pulsation, boweverl, from the rigor of my,
lot. Industry, or diligenee, became my
second nature;' anl thinkit would puzzle
any psychologist, t tell where 'it joined
,on to the first. Owing to these ingrained
habits, worit havalwiys been to me what
water is to fish. I have wondered a
thousand times t hear people say : I
tlon't.like this business i" or "I .wish I
could esehane it for that ;" for with me
wheneverl have anything to do, I do not
remember even til have demurred, but
have; al way's set aboilt itiike - a fatalistand,
ii, - was sure to be one as the sun is to set.
—Lior ace Mina.
E OF 11/lUSid.
Some year 3 si , ce a temperance man
moved from Sout Carolina to the West.
The sparseness of the population and the
continued travel last the lilibe' rendered
1 1 .
it a necessary act•pf , humanity in him fre
quently to entert in travelers who could
go no further" wing to the frequency
• of these calls, be esolved to enlarge his
his house, and put up the usual sign. •
Soon after :this', an election, came on j
, the triumpbaht p rty felt that it was a
wonderful! victor ;and some young bloods
'termined, io honor of it
'blow out." Accordingly
fine - prario horses, - they
their route was visited,
bus drank produced a
diled to the noise and
of the majority
to linvea regular
started on a long
Every tavern o
and the variety`
n3isture which $
the tiativr -- . - In this COEI•
about a dozen is BUM..
,emperance tavern. The
a years of age, and- five
were alone,in the housn.
en (for they called theta
d for liquor.
e," svas fthe reply of the
keep tavern for then Ti"
nmodation of travelers!'
lod3.te us with soutethinlo•
clitiau they eainc,
ber,i, to our quiet
3a'ndlord and lady
Eaves such) asks
''We keep nen
“What do you
For ttn. acco
sy the sign that we kelp
e tavern ?" (Here the
around their sister )
"You will see
a temperance la
"Give me an as
"You - will fins
add I'll cut down ta
an axe: at the - wood-pi e
v, each one with an oath,
he woodpile, exclairoin:
he sign ! Down with t I
1 • :
Here (be par
made a rush to
r, is geiag out,disearered
own a splendid piano arid
this thing squeak ?" said
But die lead:
in an adjoining
• ' Who makes
4 , 4 cortainly, s
while the child
her, she sang I
the piano befo
one for yearg
the whip ,and
Sues," said sha,in a modest
l ive us a tune."
tr ;" and taking the stab],
en formed a circle close! to
I nd played! iqbeold Agra
f them had never heard
e; others -had not heard
The tumult soon hush'ed,
)ur gentlemen were drawl
back:from the wood-pile, jand formed a
circle outside the, childrerii;
The leader again spoke t; "Will 'you be
so kind is to favot.4o with: arfother song,.
Another was played, add the children
becoming reassured, sorndof them jcined
their sweet voices with their sister's.
One song would touch tithe sympathies
a the strangers, anothei' melt- ' them in
brief.i one. L would arouse their notriotisin
I another tumr chivalry add benevolence,
until at length, ashained !.o ask for-more,
they each wade a low bow, thanked her,
I wished her a good-afterndon, anti left as
quietly as if they had been to a (funeral
'lllonths after this occurrence the father
in traveling stopped at avillage, where a
gentleman accosted him ,
"Aro you Col. 1 1 ---L—,,of
"Well,sir,l was ipoke4inan of the party
who so grossly insulted'your innocent
family, threatening to lout down your
sign, and spoke so rely!to your children.
You have just reason to be
, proud of your
daughter, sir ; her noblefbearing and fear
less courage were remarkable in one so
young and unprotected. "Can you pardon
me, sir ? I feel that I can never forgive
LIOLITNING-40Ds. - -Professor
Cooke slows' how god hits made lightning
rods ages before Franklin thought of them:
To guard his roof froth the destructive
action of electricity, a span erects a light
rung red, whose bristliag, points quietly
drain the cloud; or failing to do this, re
ceive the charge and b4iir it harmlessly to
the earth. ,But ages !;before Franklin
pointed the first rods to the storms, the
merciful Parent of mankind had sur
rounded the dwellings of his children with
a protection far more effectual than this;
for since tine creation or organic life,every
pointed leaf, every twig and every blade
of grass have been siieetly disarming the
clouds of their destructive weapon. It is
difficult to ituprove upem nature, and mac
constantly finds that in his best inventions
he hss been antizipatcd, from eternity by
a greater inventor than he. So not long
after Franklin had discovered the efficacy
of metalie'points in dissipating a charge
of electricity,and had applied the principle
in constructing the lightning rod, it was
found tbata common blade of p grasepointed
with nature's eiquisite workmanship,was
three times as effective as the finest cam
bric needle, and, a single twig far more
efficient tlian the metallic points of the
best constructed lightning rod:,
When, now, you reflect hew many
thousand f these, vegefable points every
;tree directs to ,the sky; and consider what
must ba tile agency of a forrest with its
innutuesabje twigs, or pf a single,meadow
with its ciiurittesslblades of grass,and then
when you remember that these are only
subsidarY to those vast mountain chains,
whose craggy summits pierce the clouds
theuaseives, and' still further, when you
learn that, the rain drops and snow flakes
have made good conductors,so that during
the storms a bridge far the lightning is
thrown across from the clouds to the earth
you will' aee how abundant the protection
is, and with what care Providence has
guarded us from the destructive agent.' It
is only under unusual circumstances,when
electricity is developed morarapidly than
It can be 'dissipated thin' these numberless
'cliannel4 that a violent discharge takes
place, and if then it tears, burns, or kill,
it also reveals the merciful hand, which
I `G. TO - HEAVEN EE W41:.0F NEW
.—'11143 Philadelphia coqespon
ie'Ne•s;r.Yoili Dispatch gives the
is a jolly
L've_ailiiit liodist- : pi ca cher. here who
wag. A few days since a young
Y' had been attached to his church,
was about to leite for New Or
rle to bid hispast4 farewell.
so you -
are going to that degener
New Orleans, are you 'I"
r; but I don't expect to be influ
an extraneaus. 1 f
pre-sure o any
ponded the young man, with con
fearn estbess. i
l am I
.glad, to see you so confi-
I ' ,
1,1 hope tlAe, ;Lord .will guile you.
f).ou know the many temptations
xist there?" I. ' ' -:
4ot particularly..", 1
, O, 1 do. You'll find wanton %co
lic guise of Paris,tempting ,he very
d rare wines and ardent Idrinks;
i t ,ll find gay company, and night
v,i, and gambling, and dissipation, •
Ding after the lusts or the 613 ni l nu
sir, I hope to combat these success-
"S i till
ther, ' v
i )e.you n ill, my dear ebristinn
" I hope ybu will.
Imo give you' this much foi your
ion ease you should - fall from
(The tOwter'is worse than - the sin,
/ I greater, .the 'temptation, the more
iere isl resisting it. The Man who
Henven by way of New ;Orleans,
ko have'. twice as high a jplace in
lglorp aS ho who goes by a Chris
. . .
and the i
is sure ,
'MAT iSIONIA.L SQUAl3liLE6.—Sweet is a
1 , t ,
calm aster a storm. ,:But for matrimonial
infelicilies, vulffarly called "squabbles," it
,would be impossible for certain married
pairs t,l, endure each l other through years
of fam ,tar intercourse. As the. Waters of
the se are only kept pure by storms that
lash thi f in into;fury,so the feeling's of C 077-
nzonplrit couples for each other t are only
kept fu l imp subikling into indifference by
the occasion of, t4ir'bickerings and tnisun
dersea4dings.; I Witli the aid of occasional
fallingtouts and Making-up,s, in which they
alteitutely .. l+ and; hate each . oil& ,with
equal Tiolencc, they_ manage on the
to have rather an agreeable time of it._
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
No attention paid to the
Prompt Icoliformity to Ow l
Market Prices is our ed
We are determined to give the
public ; the Benefit of the FALL,
we shall try to prove the Rule
”Works both Whys."
You paid high prices when goods
went up, we will see to it that
you pay low prices now GOODS
Others quay go down, - but we doi
not intend to be ;beaten.
All we; ask is to gite us a Call.
Shop us mach as you please. •If
you know our prices we feel sure
of a sale.,
We are In for Ihe,trade this spring
and are determined that
C. S. & E. A. JONES
Shall take the lead in- furnishing this
section of the country with the best
articles for the least money. Ours is the
Store where that can fie'done. COME,
SEE, and be CONVINCED.
AU kinds of
we are now offering at prices which can
not fail to strike the purchaser as
CALICOES WITH THE STARCH
OUT OF BOTH CLOTH AND.
Plain &IFaney Cassimeres
BleaOhed and Unbleached
Miislns of all Prices.
Flannels of all Colors,
SIjLK & _LINEN
Ticking, Striped Shirting,,
Denims, Crash l Toweling
EAMES' DRESS GOODS,
Mptair Lustrs, &c,
Of all kinds. COFFEES, WHITE & BROWN
SUGARS, SYRUP 4 COMMON MOLASSES,
GREEN & BLACK' TEAS, SPICEST'of all
hinds; A great variety of the nest brands of
SMOKING & CHEWING TOBACCO. Corn
Broom N, Cedar Buckets; No. 1 and 2 Mackerel,
Labrador Herring, Hams 4 Shoulders.
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
1. READY-MADE CLOPIIN?,
BOOTS and SHOES, • `,
REME4.I3EH WE PAY THE HIGHEST
Coudersport, Juno b, 1666
OLIkISTEI)7S, , ,
YOUlt atttentionlis invltol to the large :tad
attractive stock just received, and for
sale as low aa the same quipties•catt be bought
We have. Da hand, a large and varied.as
sortment of Domestic Cottons, co-nprising;
BLEACHED MUSLIN'S .
-TICKING% - and -'
COTTON FLANNttfi, on which we
We purchase onr goods for Ctish - and offer
them at a very small advance
IF you want to purchase
, BLUE, or
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING FLANNEL, call
DRESS GOODS; '
a full supply
- CLOrrllIN G.
D O 6 N :e T th fa e il as t s o or c t all en b t efore purehasing and
BOOTS & SHOES
CR Men, Women & Children, in great va
riety and cheap
For 3lolasses, Syrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffee,
in fatt eVerithing in the Gioaery tine; cull
A full ascortment of almost ererything that is
kept in a'country stoic ort baud. We intend
to keep Goods that 'will give satisfaction and
sell iiiiodArdclei at the lowest• ;profit.
Grain of all kinds,.
- .1 3 , Buttor, Wo01;: , .
Sheep Pelts, Furs,
County,!Tornship and Scbool.Orders r lor, all
bighbttpifoes'irill be paid
•- , ,At Olmsted's,.
ATLANTIC AND; GREAT WESTERN
Raiiraad ihi'ough Potter connit.
News - -; - -Depot
AND • 7 •
TEE undersigned woullannormee to the people of
Potter connt,:fha& :they-nave bought out.the eh;
tire stock all. W. Ifann of this place and win hero•
after keep on hand a full assortment of , ' • .
BOOKS AND: . STATIONERY !
Including Writing, Tissue, Per
forated and Blotting Paper, En
velopes, Inks, Slates, Pencils, Cray
ons, Inkstands, Blank-Books of all
Writing..BO.OKS, Pocket DIARYS,
mil i scuLANkors stooKs
including the . latest Standard
STORY PAPERS ,
ALSO an of t4o Standard
SCHt OOI ; 3
A fine lot of
Special attention given to or4rs for
, Having made the neceesary armngernents in New
York we aro enabled to fill all such orders on short
notice. By prompt and courteous attention to cur
patrons, with fair and honorable dealing, we hope tc,
merit and receive a large shaie of the patronage of
those wishing articles in our line.
• • D. a & N. N. LARRABEE,
Jan 15 ta tf
MILE subscriber, late Landlord of the Union, 'House,
-lei prephred-to'accotnmodata visitors to the Coun
ty Seat with Boarding, at reasonable-rates, Jurors,
Witnesses sad others will find it to their advantage
to gite him a ball. ' .B . C. rhe u m .
Coudersport, Feb. 6, 1865 • trt
CLOTHS ) and
-• • '
Gr.m.tesne, Potter Co., Pa, Aug. 1, 1863.
N ova is hereby given that Charles Bu
iithiv or htte - Of this county; holding
the following described •propertY: has rot' ye'
paid any consideratiod - Whatever fcr the same,
and'all persons are, hereby Warned notto pur
chase, any of saidproperty of 4he said Bushbt;
before the decisichi iof the Co rt is given in
till* case and C. tushor has paid !tO me!the
consideration motley therefor. ) !
The following is the property:
Ist. A certain tract of land near tbe Ger
mania Mill, in warrant 5075,•Abbott township,
Potter county, Pa:, containing 100 acres.—
Also 25 acres in warrant:so7B and' adjoining
2nd. A certrin tract of land. with Mill and
improvements thereon, near Keitle'Creek, in
warrant 5819, lu Steivartson township, Pottei
county, Pa., containing about' 204 acres.
C. Bushor holds also in . trust warrant no.
2501, in Gaines township, Tinge county, Pa.,
on. the road leading from Germania to Gaines,
eontaiuin , "Bso acres.
.: ' l'''' ' ' .e' ' 1 " -,' MANUFACTORER OF
REVOLVERS RIFLES ,
WiNa.sOLT.e,t3 tfle C1E#4471::,3.73.05;
I ' For the . United States Service. ' Ala ,
POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS. REPEATING PISTOLS;
ArFLE CANES; REVOLVING RIFLES, Ride.
and Shot Gun Barrels, and Gun ' Materials, sold
y Gun Dealers and the Trade generally, • - ,
In these days of Housebreaking and Robbery,eve i
HoUse ) Store, 13anki and °Ace should hare one el
Remingtons" • Revolvers:
'Parties desiring to avail; themselves of the late im
provements in Pistols, andsuperlor workmanship and
form, will and all combined in the new
. . : ReMitigtons' Revolvers. •
Circulars eantalrang cuts, and. descriptions of oar
Arms will be furniSlied upon application.
E. REMINGTON & SONS, Thion, N, Y.
',loose 6 Nicnots, Agents, • I •
1511 No. 40, Courtland St, New York
United-States Steel Pen_,Works.
actory, Cainden, A. J.
R. ESTERBROOK & CO.
STEEL PEN MANtFACT,CRERS,
Warellonsel 400 Arch StrectPhiladoa,
42 John Street. Now York.
These Celebrated Pens are of Gehuine American
Manufacture, and: comprise every lendingstyle in the
Market, and are equal finish,elastielty and dueness
of point to the hest ira`ported. They are, therefore,
sure to gain the conilddnee of the American public.
Samples and Prices on Application.
LOTS' MADE TO ORDER,' OF ANY PATTERN OR STAMP
REgKREB, For Oak to the Trade at the Manufactu
rer WttrollollPeS as abiree ; and at - retail by all Sta
tioners, Pooksellers, and ilowstlealers in the United
States. Llylir4o Esterbrooti. 4; Co.
COFFEE! . •
/*AS]BORN'S SAVA COFFEE-The,most deli
cious and healthful beverage Itnewd. • •
It is prepared fliqm the best JAVA COFFEE, and
while it liaS all the 'flavor of fine Old Government
Java, sells for leis than half the price. ••
Zrzt, - Toret. 4CcalZipe,
Ila.s been steadily used for years, by thou Sands of
persons in all parts of the .Country, and is,uuiversally
aeknowlechied to beat onto nptritious, delielouF,
healthful Fnd' economical_ Th some quantity will
!hake a richer and timarger cup of Coffee than ant
other . •
4Cois3bsocorza.'ssi .Tara, CcaffOe)
„Is particularly 'recommended as a healthful bevel..
age and is meet t,eneticially used by, those who suffer
with Headache, Nervousness and other linjurieus
effects from the use of other Cotreo:
jt it prepared with the greatest care, and contains
no ingrAient which is not more harmless and bens.
flcial to, the human organism than pure Coffee, to
which filet the Most skilful Physicians and Chemists
'13. 9 E3 eTt1:4291.. et=pirreC,
has been exteileively Used at numerous Sanitary
Fairs throughout-the Union, and received certificates
Of the Highest recommendation.
It has also been• thoroughly tested, and received
the diploma of the American lneutute and other
Put up in 1 lb:packages bearing the lac simile Sic
mature of Lewis A. Osborn,and In boxes of 110 and 50
lbs. and Sold by Grocers generally.l
Wholesale Depot and Trade
• Stillplied by
TrromAs , & CO.; GLOBE 'MILLS,
.Porters arel i l,Fliolesalo Dealers, in ,Tea, Coffee,
and !Spices. • •
s. 103 & 105 Warren and° 269 Washington
-•- - -
.Streets, New York.
GRO ESTEEIT & CO
, p • •_ •
• 49918r0ad ay, - Nelcr York. '
Tll.E . attenticia of the public 'and the trade is in.
viredle outtNew Scale. Seven Octavo Rosewood
Piano-Fortes, Niliich for volnme and purity of tone
are unrivalled by any, hitherto offered is this market
-They contain al,l the modern (improvements, French
grand action, harp pt:Ahl, iron frame, over•strunz
Lass, etc., and.leach instrument being made under
the personal. stipeivision of Alr: J. U. Groveeteen,
who has had a !practical meHence of over, thir:y
years in their ;Manufacture, is fully warranted in
every purticulaii. '
i`rll.lll ~G ROVESTEN PIANO-FORtE"
Received the highest award of merit over all others
at the Celebrated Wcaild's Fair
Where were exhibited iriStriinients from the best
matters of London, Paris,. eermany,
Baltimore. Boston, mid New York; an also at the
American Institute for flve.succie:tsive years, the gold
andisilver medal's from bOth of which can be seen at
J3y,the introduction of improvements we make a
still more perfect Plane-Forte, and ,by manufacturing
largely, with aistrictly cash' system, are enabled to
offer these instruments at alprice which will preclude
No. 1, Seven Octave, rbund corners, Rosewood
Plain Case • ~300
No. 2, Seven Octave, round corners, P•O6CWOCI
fleavy Mohlding 1.3 . 25
No. 3. Seven Octave; round corner's, Rosewood
Louis my, style •
TERMS—NET t son 7a CtitRENT Fens. Descriptive Circular sent free,
170, 172,1174 176 GREEWI6II ST.,
(ONE SQUARE *EST. Or lIROAITAY.)
Between Couillandt and Dey Streete;_iyew York
.TSr FATTEN, Jr., Itoprietor
THE Pacific Hotel is well and widely
_known to the traveling public.. The lo
cation is especially suitable to merchants
and business men; it is in close proximity to
the business part of the City—is on the high
way of Southern and Western travel—and
adjacent to all the principal Railroad and
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 robins are spacious and well ventilated ;
provided with gas and wafter; the attendance
is prompt and respectfdl ; and the table is
generously provtded with every delicacy of
The subscriber, who, for the past few years,
has been th'e lessee, is uosr sole proprietor,
and intendS to identify! himself thoroughly
with the interests of his house. With long
efperience ;as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by
moderate charges and, a liberal 'policy, to
maintain the favorable reputation of the Pa
cific Hotel. j JOHN FATTEN, Ja.
DRAWING ricEssiLs 4 .
JUST receiped by D. C. & Larrabee, ht the
,roat. °nice, a tine lot of Vaatel l Bristol and Mono
chromatic hoard, Tissue papai . 3 Paints, Drawing Pq
cilw: ran., for hale clwap, - - •
North-east Corner Tenth and Chestnnt'StrE ets ,
The moat complete and tlioronithly appointed
near or Commercial Cotego in. the country, . •
i The only one in the city. Pl)fr..Pesing a L'egiclathe
Charter, and the only QM:in the - United Stated litli.Or
ized to confer Degrees of merit. Diplomas tmardcd
to graduates in the Commercial Course under it, c ,...,
orate seal by authority of law. •
' Conducted by gentlemen of liberal education imd
asten , ive esperienee in business, and offonlini tre
quelled advantages for the thorough theoretk.al arid
practical education of young m n furl tile VatiOUS d u .
tics and employments of bus ness life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
by a System of
ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAINING
original and pre-eminently practical, gating the e u .
dent in the shortest time a complete Insight into the
routine, details, customs and forme of haslet..., in
general. us conducted in the best-regulated cceu uer .
cial and financial establishments.
Upon n new plan. with an original exposition eta,
science of neeonnt , , nrrangedond published hyth,
proprietor of this Institution exetubrvely for hit, 6, ra
use, saving oneitalf the ordinary labor of the ittud,b,
and giving him a Complete knowledge of the p
of the beet aceonntants.
THE CORIMERCIAL COURSE
Book-keeping, Commercial A7ithmetic pe w
manship, Business Correspondence,
,mercial Law, Lectures on Business'
Affairs, Commercial \Castozns,
Forms, and _ictual Busi
Algebra and the Higher Mathematics,
graphy, Ornamental Penmanship, the Ail of
Detccletig Counterfeit honey,
:Surveying, Navigation and reltyr4 hing:
The errancrements for. Telegraphing are far In ad.
came of anything of the kind ever ("aureate the pub
Tic. A regulair Telegraph Linels connected 'Kith the
Institution with twenty branch oilices in Tariousparte
of the city, where public hoslness is iransactcd, sod
in which students of this lt , c.jitutien are permitted to
practice. No regultir otnee practise etc be had In any
other school of in.truction ir the country, without
which no one can obtain a position as a practical op.
orator. Young men ore cautioned against thedeccp
Lice representations of tho,e who, 'without any ouch
facilities, pretend to teach Tclegraphibg.
This rnstitution is now enjoyinzthe latgest
nite ever bestowed wpm any contra erelal school In II:.
State. Orer five hundred ettinents Were 1,. iate7.d
once the first year; and over seven hundred during
the past year. !The best class of students 1134 t e t t ,
riably be found'here, and all Its neseciations are flat
LOCATIDN AND ACCOMMODATiOffS.,_
The Institution in located in the most central part
ofthe city, and its accommocations, for extent, e's
gance and convenience, are unsurpa,sed: All the
roams have been fitted up in the were bent style with
Businen; Offices or Counttnu Bounce, Telegraph
0111CCB, Stationery Store, and a regular
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND iSSIIE
supplied with finel,y-engraved lithouraphic notes
used as a circulating medium in the Department cf
TO YOUNG MEN
who desire the vcry beat facilities for a Practical
Education for Bu-roess, enarantee r s course of
instrorl ion no whore e1..3e to be, equalled, while thi
reinwition stni, din 14 of the inetittition among ,
busihei:.s, men make its endorsement the test passport
to success and advancement. 11l 'contemplating
entering any Commercial College, arc invited to send
ILLUSTRATED CIRCOLAR & CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College,
and full partimlars of the courim of instructioo
T. E. MERCHANT, .
Supt.ol 7 iee )31taineit
iloTso Cattlg Powdor,
this animal, sncl
LOSS OF APPS
ENERGY, Sc. II
use improves tt
a smooth ai
glossy skin —M
transforms t II
To keepers of Cows this
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, ticers In
the Lungs, Liver,
acts as a specific.
By putting frnm
one-half a paper
to a paper in; a
barrel ofswill the
above disease s
will be eradicated _ -
or entirely preVented. If given in time; a certain
preventive and cure for the . Bog Cholera.
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for St
S. A. iV'OrETTI
' AT THEM •
WHOLESALE DUO AND MEDICINE DEPOT.
No. 116 Franklin Sti, Baltimore, NI
• For Sale by pruggists and Storekeepers through
out the United States. - ,
Sold by P, A. STEBBINS A: CO.,Couders
PATENTED, JULY, 3.86-1:, BY PORTER 'de SMITR
TDOUSAIs:DB of these' Machines are being ;Cad.
and sold, and give more
than any other'
Straw or Stalk - Cm
in market. It has no castings about and eon be solo
or repaired in any country town.
The Knife is stationary—Box vibrates—feeds itsq
—cuts on top of the knife—cuts ererythlnK square!
any length you. wish, and you cannot mitke rsif"
work of it even with a dull knife.
Price, $l2. I
?,Samples of Machines can be seen at shop
undersigned. Manufactured and foesale by
N. H, GOODSELL ,
Coudersport, Pa., Oct. :,
il etied—Pelltas, Waltzes, Scbottisbes,
el Marches , Pongs, Dnetts, Varlations—b'y
?I; '66.1 D. C. S:;11:11. LagRABEz-
This pre ! paraffin.
3ng and favorabl7
and cleansing the
stomach and inks.
It is a stun kr
^eparation is irn-wittahle.
Improves the quality
the milk. It has
proven by se.
A experiment to
unease the gunn
y of mat and
Ub twenty per
and make do
ter firm and
, eet. In fattening
tle, it gives them
it hide, and