The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, September 25, 1866, Image 3

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    THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Coudersport, Tuesday Evening, Sept. 25, 1865
Local and
LATHE MAWR 6, HAILLIN CABINET ORGAIS.
;Forty diffeient styles. adapted to sacred and secular
!music, for $
i )
80 to $6OO each. t'IFTY ONE Gold or
Silver Modals, or other firs'. premiums awarded them
illustrated Ca alogues free. Address.MASlM &Hell
!LIN, or MAS N S. 11 AIiLIN, New York.
Caetpiiign or the
•
ARMY OF THF POTOMAC:
BT WILLI/II SWINTON.
THE STANDARD HISTORY OF THE GRAND ARA
milg greasttist Wprk ou the War. Ualqersadly en
'lorded by army 'officers and the prer.
The Authorissys :
"I design in Ithis.vOl ume to record what that Army
did and suffered in ten =trophy.' and two score nat.
tles "J
.•
shall have to eclebral e the unstrervirglbyrdtY of
this army, thid ofttlinr when the bond of military:
cohesion faileel, held it, a.ishaizen of lortuut tom duly
self imposed
"I shall have to follow it throrgth a checkered expe
rience, iu tale conaultigle•l tif great misfortunes,
great tellies and great glories ; bbt froth first to ra.st it
will appear that,ttinid manybuirete of fortune,tlirough
"winter and rough weather," the Army of the Po,o,
mac never - gave up, but Made a good rigid, and finally
relished the go 0." I
The "Army and fairy Journal" says
"This is the only American critical work on the
late
war, and it is tho: oughty critical and entirely divested
of all politic.' hue or tone."
Tha is the: only History of the “Grarld•A.rmy."
and no one who lass borne a part- in its i contlicts.or
lis interested in ifs grand achievements, Would be
without ft.
This work sells itself. Tbo people are tired of poli
tical and partizan histories, and want something from.
edictal wittier. We have iigellttl ciearing over. $2OO
per month. •-Send for circulars, and ace our terms and
proof of the shove assertion. '
Address, 'NATIONAL .PUSLISIIIICG
18..0 4w 507 Minor Street, Philadelphia:
Firth's - Music Store,
303 X3x-coacil."Enreily, 3\T. .
THADDEUS FIRTH,'
- (Successor. to, Firth, Sol & Company,)
MU SIC -PUBLISHER,
Manufacturer and Importer of
Musical Instrnmentei,
•
'nand Fortes,
Melodeons.
Cabinet Organs,
And every description of Musical merchandise
.9 do N..sr• York Agency for the celebrrted
Gilmore & Co's Band instruments.
Oar Band Department is under the pereoucl supervi.
li:en of fir. D. L. DOWNING.
Wholesale and Retail Dep• t. for the unrivalled
4,lorl3urclett Cottarre C~r~ctn La
Which challenges comparison as the most effective
Ilistlimet.t vet “ffered,to the public.
Neir and Choice Music - Published Daily.
larCatalozues and Price Lists of Instruments fur
nishisd on application.
eir - Latest Music from all the leading Publishers in
A merica_
riarAny piece of 'Music, or Music. Bunk, sent by
mad, post.pani, on receipt of retain price.
Ki" - Ordera by mail for Music or Instruments receive
prompt and careful attentim. I
I:W'A.II goods wart awed 1., prove as represented, at
Ml:Sie
I 563 dway, New Yoe!!
184 M 1,3 ear
4 GURNEY & SON,
:PHOTOGRAPHIC. ARTISTS,
701' lirtadtvay, N. Y.
stlrlitiou to our ,
i'laotogriiphic art Gallery, Established 1840,
We have for the lost flee S'e.we hod rolventogiog pope
eior to au' other estahliohment in obtaining eittiogs
troll the prurninviat celebrities of thelloy,
in CARDTONTRAITS, and ore now fin , lisbing'o
Catalogue of tiver
2500 Subjects, American and Foreign,
al,o a large het of Cr pk of
irorks of Art and Enirrt•virt,
Catalogues rent on receipt of Ramp.
An order for one dozen picture.: front oar Catalerrne
real be filled at 81.E10 t•ent . hy 'nail free. S:n
gle Picture.' 25 cents, copies of enravinga d 5 c.s. erten.
N. B. We also desire to call attention to the ad
vantsgo we bare for reproducing, or copying ; Old
D.tugerreotypes, Arnbrotypes, Curd Pte.t irt es, .1.i7". of
bcccascd Dclatircs and FriewiT.
them to flop size, and finishing in 0:I, Water
ik India Inc, with !hes:talc!
. •
Tea ,Talented Artis = ts.
Parties desiring collie+, should therefore curt espond
with it/ bdirect.
Send for a Catalogre.e.
The Trade Svplied at a Liberal Discount.
Gallery open for r Ore° Inspection.
and strarigera V itinc the Cdy, will find our. Gel Ivry
one of the nu/Et or. &table places in the Cite, wherein
to while away all hour.
r-11.2.r . s:rob.jr cre
I'II(}TOGRAPIIEIt,
VT' BROADWAY, N. T.
11;23 Smo
INSURANCE-.
The /Etna's Loss by the Pbrtlind Fire 1
The total amount uiVered by -Etna Policies
on property destroyed orflamaged is $406,854
on which salvage will be about 5 per cent. Our ;
total loss will not vary much from sf2oo.ooo,and
is being promptly. adjusted .and }pail. This
sum is-5 per cent, upon the assets, a figure but I
slightly exceeding the Government and State
taxes paid last year, or a proportion equal toi
a $5OOO loss for a company of $lOO,OOO assets.
The nece.ssity. for hist; rance.and the value of
wealthy, strong Corporations, is forcibly illus
trated
by this -fire. Several weak insurance I
tlompames are destroyed. Portland basapop.
ulation Of 35,000;-was htmlsoniely built,inustiv
fine brick or stone structures—protested, mid
screened with upwards of 3000 shade trees—l
bounded on three sides by water--indeed,liter
ally, almost rising from the ocean—and-with a
good steam fire department—vet it has $10.,*-
000,000 of property consumed in a few hours—
upon a holiday when its people are least .occu
pied—from the very insigeicant cause of a.-N,lA
temptilile fire cracker.
Remember the trilling origin of fires that
sweep away in a fe7 , liours the earnings of years
'Consider your best interests and give the.2Ettia.
.agent a call if von need proper Insurarive se
curity. Policies issued at fair terms.
lIIVALARN EV, A"ent.
Coudersport, July 27, 1 tiq6. tf. •
PHOTOGRAPHIC.
E- & IL T. ANT iIONT Zo
Manufacturers of Photographic Mattirials,
WIIOLESALE AND DET.LtI.., -
50X 33roadway, 'New ICE:rlr.
In addition to our math business of PHOTO.'
GRAM.= MATERIALS we aro Headquarters roc
the followirpg,
STEREOSCOPES & STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS
Of American and Foreign Cities and Landsca:tets
Groups, Statuary, etc.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OF THE WAR,
From negatives made in the various cam pains and
forming a complete Photographic history of the great
contest.
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS ON GLASS,
Adapted for either the lifazic Lantern or, the Stere
oscope. Our Catalogue will be sent to any oddreas
on receipt of Stamp•
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.
We manufacture more latuelS , than any other house,
about 200 varieties from 50 cents to $5O each I Our
(ALBUMS have the, reputation of being superior in
beauty and durability to any others.
Card Photographs of Generals, States
. men, ,Actors, etc., etc.
Our Catalogue e i rnbraces over FIVE THOUSAND
dlffereot subjects; including reproductions of the
meat celebrated Engravings. Paintings, Statues, ete.
Cstato.,-nes sent od receipt of stamp.
Photographers and others ordering goods C. 0. D.
sill pleue remit 25 per coot of tho amount with
their order. 1
iT The''prites and onsilitcoof oar goods canon
/41 to satisfy.
6mo puns 10.
;
Ncr.eacrr
_ ra:).
• SEI 3I2iC ES. tO
Fully 6 Exc. • territory /OM,, (T 7
24 1 rm. , to $2 • . MILK. terms, Mos. r
trated Cimalssa a• ,• . iriot stamp, abbot 0
NCO' t : 110111103, • - Agents, , 0
• 4 Chestnut surbiu. • - •
t S 0
- • - D.
United States Tax.
\TOTICE is hereby ginen that the Annnal
iN List of Taias fur 1866 is how ready fur
payment, acid those having taxes Or incomes
fur .1865. Licenses, Buggies, (Auld Watches.
dm., to pay will ;Call at my office in the Stori
of C. S. Jones, On or before September
and settlethe sd r ine: Persons fatlin*to pay for
ten days will 1* charged ten pen cent, penalty
additional_ Dated States money only received
in payment of Taxes. ,EJ A. AON ES,
i Deputy Collector 13th Dist.
Condempo t, ent. 4. 1 t 466.
Mr" Mrs. V.I DYEE ift Arni for Shtw 6;
Clark's Sewine Machines. This is the BEST',
cheap Sewing lachine ever offered for Sale, and
the only one, Min - lark - et fur less than $ lO which
can be ° sold, btitight, or used with safety, as no'
others are fullYilicenka. Three; varieties,
or without , Tables. nquite at the J otii•xm. officel
An assortment kif newly improved under feed)
Machines just r'eceived. Call and examine. •
PUitlify the; Blood.—lf the ' blood bb pure the!
bo iv which is thirlued f.om and by the blood cannot
be ditteas;.d. Initi if there be is any part of the body
atIY affection, each as a boil or ulcer; even it bruise,
the blood circulating through that part takes up ina.•
pur'e 'Matters frOre the local oaf ection and carries it
into the g e neratillystem. This is the' cause often of
sudden death ip.wevsons of full habit of kited with
boils and ulCeie:ffecl Who use no medicine; the matter
gaiS into the cirticlat ingisystem.land chokes up the
tine blood ves-elsiwhich supply the brain with vital
. ;
lty, and life rease,s l oo if
Bereft by Lightning . , • .
Now, this can helremed,ed.
SIt u tiNDRETITS PILLS
take all impure ( ' atte'rs from the circolation,and save
! the general health, soon curing local affections also.i!
Bite..:switETO.,st PILLS protect from the tedious
times of sickne..is and often save life. Sold by all'
Druggists.!
SPIKE THE GUNS
of Humbug. 'lllnipostors are the field with deadly
hair dyes, : dandellous to health and utterly destruct
lye to the hair.;! Da not submit to have your head
Baptizeic r i : with Liquid Fire!
who tuat.,,onik vegetable preparation,
CRISI ADEIRD'S HAIR DYE
will, in five midultes, - impart any desired shade from
light brown to ;e4 black Ai:W:OUL. injuring the fibres,
staining the s iv: Menu
or pbisoSing the iy•etem through
the pores.. Set ore of the deleterious dyosl Mon
factured by J. tISTADOBO, 6 Astor llpuse, New
York. Sold Li IDruggists. Applied by all Hair
Dressers. • I I
•
L PR. Touuts ,
VEYITIAN . HORSE LINIMEN 4 7.
- DINT BorrLy.s AT ONE DOLLAR, FOR THE,
clue of latnene,a, ecr.itches, w,nd gall; sprains,
bt uise.i, splints. 4titg, colic. Elipring over heat
; ing, sore th soat, !nail in the foot, etc. It is warranted
cheaper and bett.rr iluM any other!article ever offered
to.the public. 'l 4 housands of anitnals have been cured
of the colic and ter-heating by this liniment .1 a nd
bundled , that were crippled and lame have been rq
, stored to their fohncr It is need by alLthe first
: horsemen throughout the States. Orders are con
! -taut ly reedited ',from , the racing stables of Ettglanii
for fresh supplies of this invaluable article. Over
2 500 te , timoniall: have been received. Remember.
, one dollar laid out in time may save the life of your
horse. Sold by 611 Druggists. Ware, 56 Cortlar.dt
street. ..Ne.
- ,
illercautilp 4ppraisemeni.
II ISt' uf I , elers inl'Merchand6.e. - in the county of
~ 1 Pidter for the yerr 1100, with classitication, &c.
:.Cain , '. li C. , Place. CiaEs. Arut
G. S. 0. 1.. E Incl . :mail, Allrgany 14 700
P. A. :trbbin, .Co i• • Cututc; sport ' 13 1 10.00
11. E. Oirn•ten, ; ; i• ,13 10.00
C. S. &E, A. Jnc , , i, • -". 13 10.00
c,,hins Smith, ~4 I . ; 14 7.00
513,..0 N eiSOU a C0.,1 .j 14 - .7.60
D. J 1 1 .ulasi ~ -.: ~ ; " 1 I 4 7.00
D. C. & NI. . Lirrabee, '• ' 1 14 7.00
.N. J. Gia,isinitel, I I I .; " 34 7.00
Jacob Burtis ! I I ilarrisua 14 7.00
Norman Buck, i 1 • " - 14 7.00
J. I'. Simmui..s, 1 I , - " 14 7.00
It .M. Goodtrian, , _'. , 14 700
B. F. B.•etwo, . I . 14 700
Cyt as S'uuderli., • Ilerfor , 14 7.00
Ileriri Andrevp, Eettle;Creek. 14 7.00
Charles Meh.ner, ; 'tie] rnatja l4 7.00
A azt:st us 1.1.46 ! 17.00
11. Theig, I 1 ' l4 7-00
1 . Jasonkid!, i , ' '; " 14 7.00
.7: S.Vrarzelibich,(hre‘ter)" 10 500
Froler.ci.' Qua, I , I ••• `;
( Ilti7iCli Ornai•nqpntlilletir l er) ‘ ;
Bursis..6.: Potter'. IL'l3sses 10
25 00
5 00
9
14 ,17.0 P
Br'ghatu 6: Ilea: It, , ; '. . 1 14 7.0 u
Munroc tz. l'eter,.en ;1 " 14 7.00
timiste I & Cling', ; 1 " 14 7.00
rit,
l. Welt 1. '0.4 Roule
B. S. Colwi-11, E Millport. ' ; 14 7.00
A. W. II unwhfcy, Shingle 'louse 14 7.0.
boo. A. Rarebit, , , 'Wharton ' 14 7.00
J. J. H Raymond; 1 I 14 7.00, i
1 liat rY LlO - .1.1, 1 , o.lWayo 14 7.011
1.701fa&o Tr, NtiFtin • I 14 7.00
I Wil',urn -McDougall I" 1 141 7.00
R. 11. B. ker, i 1
1 14 740;
F.. H... Iluwe, . i : Eingham, 14 7.00
111 S. lirEk.:BE Mercantile Appraiser. i
1 !:
Jaly lb, 1568.1 - ,
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,
COUDERSPOtt ACADEMY,
St:HOOL, -dh.signed principally for the
recstrueti, on °Preachers and those in
tending to teach, will: open in the COuderspOrt
Academy, on{ Wedresday, September 26, 1866,
and continue 4ttne. weeks, under the supervision
of Mrs. J.• W
Tuition as follows
• ;
Primary, I $3 00
Intermediate; ' ,1, 1 400
Common Eno.,h, 5 00
Higher • 1 , F 1 i i 600
Book-Keepit, Freneli or Latin, (extra) 1 1 50
COnderspo t.. Sept„;ll 1666. 1 '
~
United Statei Steel Pen Works
Factory-., camden, N. J.
ESTEREIROOIK &CO.
, STEEL FEN "MANUFACTURERS
W qreh(3o,ies:
. -1 1 1F,4v a tT i; h a S tr t e nae t t, , Il e h w ilap o l&hla:1
Tliete tele)frated, Pepe are of Cten - rlineL Ameilcan
Manufacture, and comprise every le!idingstyle In the
h
Mattel, an4.ateeqtalln_t!nisb','elasticley tnlitnetmes
Of point to the!. best limported. They are', therefore,
bore to gain the confidence of thi American public.
I S'arnples '7am:l-Prices on Applicabon:
LOTS MADE TO ORDER, OF ANY PATTERN OR STAMP
REQUIRED. For sale to the Trade.at the Manufactu
rer d ‘l ' o u ses, as abort , : unit at retail by all Sta
tioners, Bucil:Fti . ellers, and Newsdealers in the Untied
StAtee. flyl7-49 Esterbrooft 4: CO.
. :1
' • . (COFFEE r 11
Oslum -s,JAVA COFFEE-The Ilion -deli.
clone a dihealthful beverage known.
It is prepared flom the best JAVA COFFEE,!and
while it has ail the flavor of fine Old GovernMent
Java, sells foriless thaa half the price. • , •
4C0Ei1k:5e:"1"33. 7 51 ..T4WEs , 4Csntfreth pt
has been, steadily need for years, by tbousituda of
.persons in alt parts of the Country, and is universally
acknowledged to beat once nutritious, deliclOus,
healthful andleconomical. The same quantity wilt
make a, rieherand stronger cup of Coffee than hay
other knosVp.i
C:lssilci'dt - i± 7 sl,' arcs:l:ram. CcrdEre.e.
in particularly recomrnetaled as a health! ul never.
age and is:moSt beneficially used hy those who suffer
uirr. M'e.lEllthe, 'Nervonsneis abl oiler Injurions
1 effects` rttfi theuse . of 'tither Coffee.
It is prepared with the greatest care, and contains
'no ingredient which 16 not more; harmless and benf-
Eclat tone liiireanor„,"anisrt than !pure Coffee, to
which' fact tha most skilful rbyoiciant and'Cbethiste
t esti fy.! I
Coesicsactravesi •Tisa - v - a, Cc) *De
Iles been extensiiely used at .n.Unterpue Fatiltary
Fairs throughout the 'Union, and receiCedcertlncatea
of the highestireeommeadation. ,
It has also b, een thoroughly tested, and rec - el%ed
I the diploma, hf the American institute and other
,prdmineiit institutions.
Put up inil,lb imckages bearing the fan simile Sig.
nature of Lewlis itt. Osborn, and in boxes of 30 and 50
lbs. and Stiiii hy Orevere generally. i
Wholeale Depot and Trade
,
1 .1I Supplied by i
, ~ .
THOMAS REID , C.t,Co_ ~. GLOBE MILLS.
Importers and - Wholesale Dealers, In Tea; Coffee.
and Spices. i 1 t t
5.'103 sk. ID3 :War ren and 269 Washington
rStets, Few York.
Streets,
April 3,—ly , ' '
P. Ab Stebbins & CO.,
AT THE
coRNER sTbRE,
• CONTINUE TO ttECELVE
lII=
ALL KINDS OF
i
Ii
DRY-GOODS, such as DRESS GOODS,
ALAPAC.A.S, MERINOES,
LADIES CLOTH S DE LAtNES, (fix
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
VERY CHEAP.
P. A. Stebbins & Co.
AT THE
i
i+s,, i
CORNER STORE,,
CONTENTE TO RECEIVE
ALL KINDS OF
q fib C E RI ES, such as TE AS, C .0};1;EE
WHITE and liROWI7 SUGARS,
SYRUPS and MOLASSES; SPICES,
&c., &c., &c.
P, A, Stebbins Bc, Co:' )
AT THE
CORNER STORE,
CONTINUE TO RECEIVE
ALL KINDS OF
HARDWARE, such as' IRON, NAILS
BLACKSMITH'S TRIMMING
CUTLEIVi", PLOUGHS,
&0., elect.
ALS 6,
MENS' and BOYS' CLOTHING,
BOOTS SHOES,
_ I
FANCY ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS
H AbSO,
vtti3 r;drik;
FLOUR and'
CALL AT THE CORNER STORE
=I
li NEtiVS TO SOLDERS r!
ANA THEIR HEIRS.! I
I=I33ENT/SXICVATiEL;
E
who hove any interest in war clairas,will
,d it to their advantage te read the 1011.
l. Acta of Congress which have recently
Ve I
g. Ist of an actof June 6.1865, provides for
gdiers or sailors who have lost the sight of
yes. or both bands; so as to require um=
litendance, the sum of $2.5.
• 2. To those who have lost both feetJ or
:tally disabled in the same so as to require
g, nt attendance, the sum of $2O.
3. Those who have lost one bandor one
are so disabled as to render there bitable
urn manual labor equivalent to the loss
'and or a foot, the sum of $l5
1. 4. Persons who have been deprived of
• nsions under Act of March 3, 1665, in
hs uenee of being in the civil service of ;the
States Government are restored.
9.5. Pensions are ex ended to cltpendetit
g . and brothers, as well its to thothers and
S
foot,
MI
their I
co •
L nit
S
Path
siste
laddition to the above act, to such persons
• embraced by it, Cong:ress , beforeits close
"..1e66. passed a bill increasing the Pen
n widows and orphans, and extending the
is of the pension laws to the heirs and
1- • ntatives of certain invalid applicants, to
1 .2 of the act of July 25, 1856, provides
• nsions to widows of deceased soldiers or
having children by such soldiero or ail
it the rate of two dollars per month for Bitch
1 of soldier or sailor under thelage of
ears. To derive benefit, from this act i
• ary to make new application, sumn
Ig the Old certificate. '
. 3 gives an increase ,of pensions to thine
,Iws now receiving a pension of less than
, dollars per month, except Revolutionary
`wS• _ _ .... ,
wid
eigh
wid.
plications fof Perisidris miist be made be.
he.Prothonotary.
fore
kr.4:3," -crivisa.
E BILL TO EQUALIZE BOUNTIES
• AS BECOME A - LAW. The following
analysis of its provisions :
$lOO to three years' men who served heir
1 $lOO to three years' men discharged by
,ri of wOrmdS received in service.
$lO9 to the widow, minor children, or pa
l in the order named, Bf any such soldier
di'ed of wounds or disease cOntric'''tbd in
$5O to each soldiht not incl.l:dhli in the
Bing classes who enlisted for two years or
and discharged after serving two years.
$5O to every soldier enlisted for two years,
discharged by reason of wounds received
e line of dub.
/$5O to the widow, dc_ as above, of every
,ier enlisted fur less than two years, whb
in service, or of wounds or disease contract
]. the army. .
~~
an.
in t.
11; - - . •
15 'additional bounty is allowed to three
-' men who have received, or have hiret6-
! been entitled to receive, more than 4100
.nal.bounty, and none to two years'ymen
have received or are entitled to more than
The only applies to
,honntahlY,
dis
ged soldiers of the late war, and to none
have, sold 'or, transferred;theixydisnbarges
!lights to bounty. i.
.e undersigned will attend promptly to the
!•rrtion of all such claims,pi reasonable rates.
e parties reside at a dice, the buSiness
1. be done byllet.er. Ad&ms, , 1 -
DAN BAKER;
Coudersport, Potter county, Penn.
YSSES ACADEMY I !
Ulysses, Potter Co., Pa.
.
F. M. JOHNSON , Prinelpsir.
Mrs NETTIEJ.9RIDLEY, Preceptresa,
Ms GERALDINB WOOD, Instrumental Musk.
• .11 Tet m opens Tuesday, September 11, 1866.
1 titer " " " December 11, 1866.
B ring ," " " March 14, 1667. '
S t udents are ZATINASTLT SOLIC MID to be present at
the .mrnencement.
I asses will be arranged to accommodate ALL.
Sndents, before entering their classea, will pay for
hal a Term and the Incidental rie• ' the baTance to
be Bald at the middle of the Term. No deductiors
wit be made on account of Students leaving, except
Inc -es of sickness.
wh,
may
y a
c n o ti m m e o u ra n i d c e u r l o t u u r re th r s e t c r eLv t n i , o d n u . e attention.
N e will labor alimony!' for the welfare of those
et-Boots can be obtained at the Institution.
i
ooms can be rented and Boarding obtained in pii
nolble per ra T te e i rm . :
va families at r T ea u s i o ti
English Brrnchee, $4 00
tnguages and Higher Mathematic', , 600
cawing and Book-Keeping, each (extra) 200
Instrumental Music, 8 00
Dee of Instrument, I 2 00
1 EW P E{YS I 0 GN OMT, or 0 Sruxs or CISAR•
A l ca," as manifested through Temperament
an. t
External Forms, and especially in the "at--
m TACF. DITLNE " One elegant volume, with
ne ly 800 pages, and 1,000 illustrations, By
S.
lt.
r..WELLS Editor PHRUNOLOGICAL JOURNAL.
P ie., post '‘id, $5. Address Fowxze it WELLS,
N' . 389 Broadway . , New.Yorle.
New Physiognomy"• is eminently practical,
fu y illustrated, and well suited to the wants
of 'll In the' study of ~ t he face" the reitei
(,)
s n learns, to read each and every feature.
N ses are clissified as the Roman, Greek, Aw
ls , Snub . and Celestial. The eyes Speak all
la 'guages, whether black;laue, brown or hazel.
I a like manner, cheeks, rieck,' ears, hands,
f - ,-Tralk, voice, laugh, ete.,izre Shown to be
t ,
"8
11 n9 11 6 0 1' O'cilllTT '
character."
is so much light lhiciwn
n n the character and destiny of mankind as
in this, or the distinctive traits of nations and
so clearly pointed out. Portraits of dis
-I:.e.
h guished persons of ancient and modern times,
w i ll biographical sketches and deliniations 'or
?cbaracter,•are given'. Di'm...-Gaiioss,Sisrzs
uf,x, WABILIORS, ARTISTS, Porrs, Purtosorrires,
INVENTORS, StAGE&NS, DISCOVERERS, AC701357
s.sici....ss - ,-ete., are induatd.. 7 t isan ..Ency
el, pmdia" of biography, acquainting the reA&...r
wiith the career and character of many great
-Men and women of the past 1,000 years, and of
the present--"such, ler instance as Aristotle,
Ittlitis C.Tiar, Shaltspere;.Washington; Napol
leon, Franklin, Bancroit, Bryant, leanglellow,
liTc . -in,g, Rosa Borrhen t r, Theodosia Rurr, Cobden;
lir,i , ght,LawiTtie:e, Bolivar,W }lately, Thaekerai,
Dow
,Knox, Richelieu, Efopper, Buckle, Die $ -
4.lT.'Yictoria, Wesley;, Carlyle; Motley; Mil ,
SPencer, Thompson, Guthrie, Alexander, and
hlndrecht of others. A.GENtS WANTED. Book
feint by return post or express on receipt ofpriCe.
I
1866
1866
Ptilladerphia•Sc Erie RAllrotlt i 6.
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rrnlS great line traverses the Northern and North
ii west counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie
ox lake Erie. It bah been leased an . a operated by
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t PERICRTLTASIA RAILROAD CORP•I4T. -
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Tittle of p.sisengcz tsni ne atguirSlMUM-
LEAVE EASTWARD.
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,Erie Mail Train........ . . ...... .
lErie Express Train
~11:48 r.
LEAVE WESIWAfte) • .
Erie Mail Train 31.
Erie Eipresii Traint - 1 . 53 s. x.
Passenger care run through on the Erie Mail and
Ezpre.e 1 rains without change both wayk b _tween
Philadelphia and Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECTOI.
Beare New ""fork at - 9.00 J. x.,.fortve at Erie 9.30 A.X.
Leave Erie at 1.45 arrive at New York 4.10,r. K.
ELEGANT SLEEPING CARS on sal Nfght trains
• For information respecting Passenger bueiness,ap.
pit- at Corner of 30th and Market streets, Philadelphia
And for Freight businets of the Company's Agents
• El“.B—Ringaton, Jr., t. 13tViii3d. Market Areas,
Philadelphia.
.1. W. Reynolds, Ertel . • .
Wm. Brown, Agent. N.C. IL B. Baltimore.
Fl„ ELOTISFON,GeneraI Fre Age. Philada
H. GWINNEB., General Ti cket Ags. Pbriada
A. L. TYLER, General Supt, Erie.
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PATENTSb, ntY.1.5454, Bt PORTER & &ann.
TBZUdSAlDagdlier7fteoll7hl7B ars bclPg
wad-
Universal Satisfaction
alai% ray other
Straiv . or Stdik--diittiii;
In market. It his no eastinis about and can beinitii
or repaired in any country town. .. . ,
The stattnnary—ilex. vibrates—feeds Itself
—tuts on top of the knife-043 beeril Wog aqua» el
any length you wish, and you caunci 'hake ragged
work of it even with a dtil
Price, ,.
Samples of Machines can be peen at shop . of th e
oxiderslgued. Manufactured and for sale by.
N. H. GOODSELL.
Condetaport, Pa. Oct. 2,1 S S.
JUST received—polkan,l ECtiottlillok
I.4nrelleil. Song 1,...11e1t5, Variations—by
April 24, 'O. D. C.4r. M.ll. LA Eta Et
DnAsslitci UTENSILS.
TCST repaired by D: C. k Larrabee, at th . 4
t y Post Gillet, a fine Iht of Par.tel,Brultol and Morn.
chiomatie board, Meanie paper, PAinte, Drawing Pcn
tild,ite., for ea'.o cheap.. -
GOIII)ERSPORT OD • HIPPEIV
STAGE .110 • .
ESSRS. OLASSILIRE-d: WHITER dally,line
of Stnge4 will leave Coudersport, until fortber .
notice, B,Cdclock in the morning,.arriring in Ship. ;
pen abo#t4 o'clock in ',the afternoon, and will leae•
Shippenein the arrirallOf the nverning.train, at 10;:10;
arn vingln - condcreport about 5 o'clock, r. hi,
Traeelers are refered to the Time-Table Of the MI:
adeTphilt & Erie Railroad, which will be found &deer,
Listed in this paper, fur further particulars about th . it
adiantages of this route. New York passengentwill
SAVE 80 M ILES TRAVEL AND 5 HOURS TIME
by taking this route in'preference to that of the Erie
Railway. NO CHANGE OF CARS BETWERN.
SHIPPFN ANT/ IC YORE. Fine, new, corn-;
fdrtable wagon!: and go'od teams are kept on the Stag!
Route.. Packtigns and' Express attended to
with care. b. F. .GE.218:41,1RE,
WHITE, Prop?* -
ouderepOrt, Pa., Oct. 9, 1665.
PACIFIC HO'rE L,
170, - 172, 174 & 176 GREEWICEI ST.;
(ONC SQVARE PEST OF BROAthiAT.)
43ettiecn &tertian& and Dey Stfcete,2lceto York
JOHN PATTEN. Jr., Proprie' ter.
T " Pacific Hotel iS well and widely
known to the traveling public. The !eq. :
cation is 'especially suitable to merchanti
and business men ;it is clos:e proximity td
the business part of the City=fs On the bighe
way of Southern and Virestern travel—and
adjacent to all the principal Railroad anti
Steamboat depots.
The Pacific has liberal acconualbdation fur
over 300 'guests ; itis well furnished, and pos
sesses every modern 4 improvement for ilia
comfort and entertainment of its Inmates.
The rooms are s.pacions and well ventilated
provided with
gas and water; the attendaucu
is proMpt and re.sp.ectful ; and the table is,
generously prOvidecl with every &Alexia. ot
the season.
The subscriber, who, for the past few seam;
has been the lessee, is now sole, proprietor,
and intends to identify : himself thoroughly
with the interests] of his house. With long
experience as a. hotel-keeper, he -tiusts, be
Moderate charges\ and a liberal poficy, td
ai
mntain the favorable reputation ofthe:Paz
cifictotel. JOHN PATTE:C, Ja.
,; - e, a 4
1794. teeed,
INSURANCE • COMPANY
„: OF [
4 i.1011.T1 - 1 E Si;
• PUILiDELPHIA.I' •
Oldest Instaanc,e Company vi 6mexie
Cash. Capital and Surplus, nig . ei
$1,750,000.000;
SKVENTY-ONE Years Successful Busing.*
hxperience, with a reputation for, integrity
e de. honorable dealing. unsurpassea lby any
'similar i'AstitUti6b. I 1 '
LOSSES P: ID: since organirtion, '.V7..
500,000.00, with put the dedneti n cf a cent,.
'or a clai'S delai I i
.LIBERkL PATES fOi• all the safc'r Chu:ses
AT pl-nter . t. Insurance . 6-f Dwellings an.l
Contents, a" 4ecialty.
BRICK or STONE; 6wellitt in.nre'd per
petually, if desired, on ;terms .of the greatest
nebnomy an , L se.Th.iy to the insured. I
it is Wisdom and Economy taiiinte in the
_best Conipapies, and there is none better than
the old lidstlianCt Co. Of Noktit
America,
, A.tply to
m. W. McALARNEY
Agent for Potter coontv.l
F 0 U T Z'S
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TER, ifEAY
COUGHS, DJ
TEMPER,
YERS, FOUND .,
LOSS OF API
'TITS AND VII"
ENERGY, be.
use improves t
wind , -increase
the appetite-egi
smooth_
glossy skin—ant
transforms t'-
miserable skele
horse.
In all diseases of Swine, such as
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the Lutigs, Liver, I 1 ..---...--,-.
ke., this artitle ' 1 - ..i .•
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acts as a speeifle..
...
i lly putting from . ' . '
.?: e;,h - •
'barrel of swill the ' - i
above diseases
--- f... -
will be eradicated n" -;•,-= .---., -mile ”
or entirely prevented: If given in time: 1 eerthilS
preventive and curb for the Hog Cholera: I'
Price
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Fapc= - ...f0r Si:
- . FIIEPAB.ED EY -. ~ '
- S. A.. VOUrEZ m .S.::' 13110.;
AT THlffn. • , . •
WHOLESALE DRUG AND mEnitiNE DPIIT. ,
No. 116 - Franklin St, Baltimore, Yrit-
For Sale by Druggists and E 4 nt d " - " r r t ' s 11 " -c • a a n:
out the United State& . - •
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Sold by Yr, A. §TEBBP.:B AL ci..)..Cvn•dere
port: Pa. ! . .
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Thu prepara . tion.
3rig and 'favorably.
innyrn, lifiP thor
oughly reinvigorate
lgokep.down and
low-spirited, horsl;
oy strepehenhig
and "cleansing tlee
stomach and into*.
tines. ,
It Is a - sure rre
ventive of: all dls
eases . incident M
le i n rat SI•.,
th qua:ll,7
milk. It hvi
preset. by hi ,. t o
experiment 1 , ,
:ase 'the t i t.are
profmid .
elm twenty 144.
and make tlrt
ter firm mid
In fattessiril
it girm thtkq
:petite. loostest
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ttiem tlaiN•
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