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TUE POTT.Eit Cot NTY- JOURNAL
the only paper pablisheilikPottersciunty,
circulates among ,an ;intelligent class - of. peo
ple, and iathus an:excellent thediant for both
City-and Gountry.A.dvertising. • I
Transient Advertisements and those from
distance past be Cask or have responsible re
Allsommunic.itiona, to receive attention,
must be directed to the. Editor',` a d • contain
the same of the *titer. - "..Nci attention paid to
snanyinous COintn n nicat i o s.
.TERNIS.- 2 :One copy,ane year, $1; Six copies
$5 ; Twelve .copies, $10; Twenty popies,slB,
with one tc the person raising the Club. The
money mustmccompany the tottneS.
Coudersport, Vtaiesday Evening, ~15,1862
rs a vainabf,
C. H. Simmons of
D. Baker advertiSes Auditor's
the estate of D. I'. Reed.
Also one of the estate of N. Seh'
See Court Proclamation
Our thanks to Ilon. Isaac Be
Auditor General's Report:
The Continental Jfonthly is ugaiu en our ta
ble filled with all kinds of useful reading.—
Address,J.R. Gilmore, 110 Tremont Street,
. We have received a copy 'of the Tribune
Almaiiac and Political Register. No man
should be without a copy of it in his house.
Price 13 cents. Address, Horace Greely
Sheriff Burt returned on Sunday Jast, hav
ing landed his prisoner safe in Penitentiary.
lie his :eturn•trip the cars ruu off the track
tire miles boldw Williamsport, and he was in
jured,so as to cause hint to remain two days at
We this week had the pleasure of taking by
:the hand our young - frieMl Adjutant, 31..a.nu
'L. FnEscit, Of this place, he was home oa
:furlough and started ycntet•day for his:kegi
.m.mt. Ile is a tine lOokin. , officer. and we
'venture to prediet that ge;s into :ot en
: gagement he will do his di:fy and give
• , :esit" reason to remember hint.
'. , We this week send to our sitbseriiiers the
71lessage of Gov. Curtin, .in Extra . h..urma,
- . arid will endeavor in the future to avoid, if
ipos - 6ible, issuing State 'papers through our
,regular columns. We hope, our sabseriVers
*Rill appreciate this favor and our friends
•aialie• renewed - efforts to increase the eireula
vault ref the Arrow!.
`.1.3.0crn• cnenu..—Ladie,, if y,oli are inelau
,elioly arid vast down in your minds.,
D. 'B. l'ef I,r:a E Co.'s Chemicl' Sale:a_
'rtes; it trill not orify, saecessfully rise ;roar
tread, t irHtit Sc, but it trill thereby - raise
yoer "timoving spirits, so that you will lie bet
h:riprepw:etl to endure the troubles and tri
als of domestic life. Call for -this Saleratos
Nelicre.yotl do your trailieg„ :mat if they hue
cot got it, .tell them they must get IL Most
%vholc. , ale nod retail dealers iu- the country
- &2) -- "We:17:1111bildii Lite 'COWL
On account of a which .l
the ease of Metzger vs. itoss,j we
diet for Deft. t.liouldtl
e - evr,t Proceed!
("lam School District cc. Gtt :
action of tf..ssutnii.tit. Jury find
Comineaivt,:ijth vs. Edward P
dieted for hors•estealitiv.. Convi .
fenced to three years. , and two moi
War. II. llctzger vs. -Sobieski
ot 4ssumpsit. Verdii:c fur Plaint
\Varna ti loci ßOY ?•—•WC s l , w h l im last,
lid: in the evening, in compry of very bad.
Goys, and they each had a serzar_ And no - w
and then some of them used very profane lan
guage. As we looked at plat son we • won
dared if you knew 1. - here he waid, and i with
whum he associated. Dear friend, do not be
,To closely confined to your shoroffice or led
ger, as to neglect that boy- 11eFsrifl bring
sorrow into your household, if you do not
bring pro-)er parental restraint to bear upon
him—and that veer soon.—Ex.
We have heard of a new,remeelY for frosted
feet—n nv to at least—in the shape of,
Kerosene; oil well rubbed on the feet a few
time.; at night before retiring to ted. Those i
rho haretried it say that the feet Should be,
warmed at a hot stove during and after the
Application of the oil, and a speedy Cure will •
follow. Let those of our readers.who may be
•thus afflicted try the remedy. The oil is
cheap, and consequently but little .expense
mill be necessarily involved. -
Newsrarsas.—Not one person in a thousand
estimates the value of newspapers in times of
war. We have heard some people say "what
a harvest for the newspapers;" they do not I
take into consideration that the proprietors
scarce..y get back the money the paper costs
on n - bich each edition is printed, and in these
times additional expenses are sustained which
arc seldom incident to times of peace.- - In
each times, 100, advertising instead of in..l
creasing, falls off. The very life of a paper i
is - actually taken away and additional bur
dens are imposed by the large amount of gra-1
batons labor that is asked by the publiciit
way. of calls for meetings, notices of various
societies.; military companies, etc. Accounts
of. public character are chargeable in times
of peace . . The press, therefore, to-day, is re-
: donating more in proportion to itsl
meaue thaw any other institution in the land,
and:wish,- perhaps, the least appreciation and'
the srualle.A. thanks.
: Auditor's NoMe. • ;
XTOTICE.is hereby given, that the under
IN signed . Auditor, appointed bs. thti Court,
of Common pleas of Potter County to make I
dilstritutiOn of the proceeds -of the Sale of
realestate k the case of D. P. Reed
for use of J. B. Smith Turner of,
Fehniary Tenn 1657 No,. 34, will attena to the
duties of his appointment, at the, office of the
ProtheMotary, in Coudersport, on Monday the I
17th day of February 1862, at 1 o'eloe,i . ,
Those interested are hereby notified to attend.
D. BAKER, Auditor.
Auditor's Notice. ,
VOTICE h hereby, given, that the tin'
dersigned Auditor appointed by the Ot
phans' Court of potter County, to make dis
tribution of the funds in the hands of the Aa
uiinistrators of the estate of N. Scheeartaker
deceased, will attend to the duties ofihis ap
pointment at the °dice of the Prothonotary,
in Coudersport, on Tuesday the 18th day of
February IS62 t at 1 o'clock P. M. Those in
terested are hereby notified to attend and pre
sent their claims. D. BAKE ,•
Jan.! 15, 1.8C2. Aul,ditor.
neon for an
OR to exchange Ric. Horses ; Wagons, Stock,
Good Notes or Judgments. A valuable
Form situatc.in Harrison township, Bitter Co.
Pa., lyina on the old State road, hadikig from
Spring Mills to Harrison Valley and Weitfield
Pa. Containing about 110 AcreS,..a ci hout SO
Acres improved and in a good state f milli-
VIlti0:1 on which is arected a large Frame
House, good Barna, Corn Housemid other
necessary out-buildings, a good: , Apple Or
chard I pontaininesotne twenty different kinds
of Grafted Fruit, Shade Trees. d:c. The above
Farm Iles about 1 mile from Harrison valley,
7 miles! from Westfield and 6 miles from Spring
Mills, and is a good 'Stock and Crain. Farm,
and will be sold so that any one that chn make
.t payment of 31or 4 hundred dollar down,
con make ti e farm Pay for itself wit his la
bor. Price, $2,500. for particular inquire
of Pete l r.Simmons now occupying said farm,
or C, H.' Simmons, Oswayo Village, 'a.
. I • . - C. H. SIMMONS.
J0:3.15..18,32. I 1
IV.fiEREAS the lion.-.
Robert G. White
V V President Judge, and the Hoes. C. S.
Junes and G. G. Calvin, Associate JUdges or
the Courts of Chier Sr. Terminer andlGeneral
.12;ii‘, 2 ry, Quarter Sessions of thb Peace,
Orphans' Court and Court of Com+ Pleas
fur the County of Potter. have issued their
precept, bearing date the . seventli day of
sand eight hundred and sixty-one, a Id to. me
unary, in the yeitr of our Lord ne
directed.fer holding a Court of Oyer a id Term-.
iner and General Jail Deliliery, Quarter 'See
'clone of the Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court
of Common,Pleas, in the Boroughof Couders
port, on MONDAY, the 24th day of Feb.
'next, and to continue one week : 1 ,
• :Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor
oners, Justices of the Peace and Constables
‘\sithin the county, that they be then and there
in their proper persons, at 10 o'cloci. A, M. of
aid day, with ilteir rolls. records inuttisi
dons, c.xittuinittions, andother remo thrances,
; - to do those things which to their (daces nil
; pertain to be done. And those who:: re bound
be their recognizances
. to proseent against
the Prisoners. that. are or shall be in he jail of
said county of Potter, are to be then and there
to prosecute ogainst them as will be just.
Dated at CorM:rtseonr. Jan. 15,
the ;44 h year of the Indent ualenee of t
States of America.
VOUlt XTTENTIOY FOP: ?l0
To all Familieg of Vol
appeared in 1 I have just returned from N. Y.. w
had it, yen. large assortment of NEW GOODS,
e. beer ','or' have bought for CASH IN A WAY
" ,SH L
AL 11El3P - 1 ETO ITIZNISII
161,1) cus r rom ERS., NOTWITIISI
THE GREAT RISE iN GOODS, Al
LI . Tin: OLD PRICES FOR C
READY . PAY.
I bare noW some SIX THOUS A#
LARS worth of Goods on hand, ,t 1
sell at the following, prices:
let. Families of - ' onteers, ,OGOD
from 10 to 13 cts.,,that are now •
New York, front l'_ to ,
[ I •,
Coed DELAINES ft. ,
~ 12 to 20
worth from IS I to 2,,
1 - 1
God SHEETINGS Mill for 10 dz.!
Good SUGAR for 0 cts.
Led and sen-
Iths in Peru-
Good TEA from SO to 90 cis.
SALERATUS from 6 to 8 cts
FLOUR - from $1.37} to $1.50 per $
'Ana all other goodi in proportion
assortment will be kept On Lands
strictly for READY PAY, at least
per cent less tha.i can be sold
Merchant that buys Goods at the p.r
ces in New York.
- - -
Should any one from a distance e
store and not find the goods as repro
will pay theta for their time and ea'
so doing. should I-be et the Store,
shall endeavor to heat alLtimes.
In taking leave of my Ord custom rs for the
last year, I would say that I am the Maul for
the liberal patronage and prompt Indy, that
hare received from most of. them. I And as
this is a year that.every true man should be .
enlisted; for the welfare of those Who hare
made such great snerifices for the good of
their country ; 1 will until sour present war is
Closed. try and dial ~for the profit Au l d good of
my country. Yours truly,
. C. 11,1 SIMMQNS, •
at the Sl.ll3lQN.S'lddlock,
Oswayo Village. ,
I'VHE BEST OF FLOUR kept eons antly on
IL hand at the , Post. Office Store.
nitowN.SUGAII; for 10 'cents p-r pound
U_D and County orders taken at 85 cents on
the dollar atrthe Post -Office Store.
$25 1E RI 01.011.11ENT: $75
We tviil pay from $25 to 575 per month,
and all expenses; active Agents, or give a
commission. Particulars sent free. ...Address
&SWING MACIIINE COIIi•ANY, R.IJAMES,
General Agent, ldilan. Ohio, au2lly
Tin. JAYNE'S FAMILY 'MEDICINES for
sale at :- •
f, - ';Z•Sobscribe for the JOITRNA
i e L lifted
WM. F. BURT;
rith a very
, which 1 . 7
TH S.T CI
AND! \ G
. - 1) DOL
bat I ‘vil
25 to 50
I ny other
1.1 at my
A DVERTISE in th 6 Jour-
Only paper in the county.
.!OLAISTED •fc ,KELLY'S
SSTORE. can always be found the best of
Cooking, Box and. Parlor
Als'p. TIN and SHET-IRON WARE, POTS,
E'ETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCII. BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PASS, and CAULD
Agricultural Implements" .
as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
DOG POWERS, Eze. '
is 7.e11 Made and the material good. Good and
sitbStantial EAVES-TROTGIIS put up in any
part of the County—Terms easy. 'Reath-Pay
of alOrinds, including, Cash, seldom refused.
• Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
Oonse, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1E59.-50
floNv LOST, 110 W RESTORED.
Just published, in a scaled envelope
ON THE NAT unE, TREATMENT, AND RADICAL CCRE
oi'SrsituAvouance.i, or SeminSl Weakness,Sex.-
pal bebility, 'Nervousness and involuntary
emissions, producing hnuoteney,Consumption
and Mental and Physical debility.
nY ROIT. J. CCL VET! WELL, H. D.,
The important fact that the awful conse
quendes of self-abuse may be effectually cured
with Out internal medicines or the dangerous
applications of caustics, instruments, medica
ted bougies, and other empirical devises, is.,
here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely,
new and highly successful treatment, as adop
ted by the celebrated author fully explained. ,
by means of which every one is enabled to
cure himself perfectly, and at the least possi
ble cost,' thereby avoiding all the advertised
nostrums of the day. This lecture will prove
a boon to thousands and thousands. '
Sent. under seal, in a plain envelope,to any
a4drOss, post paid : on the receipt of two piost
age stamps, by addressing
Dr. CIL J. C. KLINE;
12T Docrery. New . York. P. 0. box 4,586.
(461 ' 1 ParlISZ ' 3 rlj . /1/1 1 .
VIIIiI3 undersigned Ix ould respectfully inform
It. the eurrounding community that ho ha:
th.kmi the rooms formerly occupied by John
....Nl4nn, .:there he is prepared to do
All kinds of Harness Work
on the sliortost notice.
ILONG STRAW COLL fIRS,
also kept constirttly . on hand. These callers
are ai superior article, and need.but &trial to
'insure their success.
Lepatrutg done in rood stifle.
Sttreingles, Martingale-rings Ilamee, wad
lionnt-streps, cionsuttAly on hand.
Tlie,publie are invited to call old examine,
hefot r .e,purchasing elsewhere.
Cd,:dersport Oct. 16th, 1860.
ATIONAL RANIILY NEWSPAPER
HOME JOURNAL FOR 1862
!.‘101:RIS AND 'WILLIS, EDITORS.
A new series of this universally popular
fami y newspaper will be commenced on the
four h 'dar• ofJanuaily next,—printed, as' here
tofotic:on the finest of paper and with thebest
Fitt:7l,les the incessant labors of the editors
On the varioni departments of the paper, the
beadtifut story. by an American' Wife, called
-1 CIMISTINE, • I
hi h has never been equalled by any similar'
publication, and the
I LOOKING -U` AT THE WATt,
willibe continued in the volume for 1562. In
this series of sketches Mr. Willis will continue
to give such better studied and more deliber-i
ate views of the 'great movements as are
possible to the haste of writers for the daily;
papers includinq', of epurse.'sketehes of the,
Prominent men, and descriptions of the most'
stirring scenes at the seat of war.
number' of other Attractive and Racy
features will be introduced, among these it;
new!work, Edward S. Gould, Esq., entitled
JOHN DOE AND RICHARD ROE;
I Or, Episodes. of City LI:lc.
thi. work be Mr. Gould wilt be carried to the
full :prppbrtion of a modern novel, and will.
therefore. occupy our columns continuously
for it least six months.
Also an original novel, entitled
WHO IS TUE HEIR? j
By Barry Gray.
1 The opening scenes of this brilliant story are:
Said on the coast of New England, and amidst
1 the breezy hills of old Berkshire. As the nar
ratie progresses the scene changes to a sou
, thorn city, and finally is transferred to New
York. The plot turns upon a point of inheri
!tanee, and the interest of the story commences
with the first chapter, nor ceases until the end
is attained. The time in which the events,
occur covers the past twenty years and many
; of the cliaracters introduced are drawn from
life.l •AlSo, a new and benutfiul
ROMANCE OF TO-DAY.
• Its Olivec , Bunce,
author Of "Life Before HIM," etc. An Anier
-1 icanl tale delineating various phases of rural
and town life ; turning mainly upon some hi,
Omit° undepicted relations between loVe and
Igenins,, woman and ambition: It presents a
three-fold picture of the smz—the woman of
the World. of genius ; and of love—and con
trasts with these the subtlety as well as the :
power and aspirations of man. And
. j SOCIETY CORRESPONDENCt ;
or letters from the leaders of our fashionable!
circles in New York and the other capitals,-by 1
W - hieh our readers will be unmibtakably kept)
informed of the changes and progresS of what is I
commonly understood by the "gay world"
i)Ortipa of our fellow-beings. about whom ; :
there is no denying, we all feel a moderately I
news-loving, curiosity. As we have taken
some -pains to arrange the resources for OW
new, feature, we Premonish our readers of its';
agreeableness with a considerably confident.
All the former peculiar features of the pa-1
per !which have given it a world-wide reputa
Lion; will be continued, while severalmewories, ,
will! add:a most spicy variety to its alfeadyii
TERMS.—Por one copy. $2; for three cop-,,
ies. iss -or one copy for three years, $5; for;
r:clitli of seven copies, $10; for a club of lif-' 1
teert l copies, $2O ; and_at that rate for a larger
club—always in advance. I
Address MORRIS Alig, WILLIS '
Editors and Proprietors, I
Fulton Street, New York.l
,4 600 13S. of WOOL wanted immediately
,L at STEBBINS'
'VIEW arrival of Goods every week at
'4 PIII.C.E-;CURRENT. -'.. •
Corrected every Weilnesday by P. A. STEB;
,BIN. ,s; •CO., Whodesalo . and Retail
Dealers in Groceries and Provisions,
1 OppositeD.Y. Glasstnire's Hotel„
i : Coudeisport, Pa. . • • I.
4pples, men; 11 bush:, , $ 3 7 / 4 o 621
do, :- •dried; • ',, I . 100 - 24307
Beans, ' " . 100 1 501
Beeswax, `. - cl Ib;• • • - . 20 25
1 4 - - 6
Berries; dried, %,1 quFt ' 6 124
BUCktqleat, 1p bush:,( • 371:. 44
Butter, T.l lb., I • 12 15
Cheese, : " 1 . - 7, • leo
Corn, -- t? bush., I• 75 881
Corn Meal, per cwt., • 1 50 .i 2 00 i
Bags, litl this , ' • . 10 I
Plour, extra, • 1 bbl. ; . • 660 7 oa.
do superfine is 50 600
ITams, ye Th., t i - "" "" . , 121 15 1
Hay. ? ion. i 550 6 051
Honey, per 1b.," 1 I , 10 124
Lard, .• ' " ' '1 . 10 12'
Maple Sfizar, per 1 , -1
8 • l2
Oats, - ,tl bush., • 25 : 30•
Onions. " , 50 ' 75
Pork, ? bbl., , ' 1 • 21 00 23 00
do 1-1 lb.. 1 1 10 , 13
I do in whole bog.: 79 Tb.,l , 6 7/
PotatoeS, per bush.,
Poultry; 1-) lb., i
Rye, per bush.,
Salt, "13: bbl.,
do 're.. sack. '.
Trout, per bbl.,
Wheat, q 3
White Fish, bblj
h C. IVARRINER,
Jeweller and Watehmker,;
OCATED on Main St., opposite the Court
IL/ House, Coudersport, Pa.
. Clocks, Watches, Sr.c.,.
Repaired on short. notice: and warranted to
give satisfaction. • I : • ,
M.A. good assortment of . •,
, • CLOCKS, .; . l•
• . WATIJITES, and
i JEWELItt • 1
on hand. Cheap for CASH and warranted as
represented. As ahlevert exchange is: no rob
bery I As - ill give yon'tisne for * Money. ' . h l
. Coudersport, Ded. 16, I'6l • I
NEW NATIONAL LOAN. j
Seven and Thiee-'i'entbs P.lr.CtJ
Now ready for.delivory at ;the ofiice of"
JAY COOKS & C 0.,. Bankers, .1
No. 114 South Third Street. Philadelphia._l
IaURSUANT to instructions from the Sec:e
-1 tar_; of the Trcaiury, the Subieriptio l n
! book to art, NE VV:N'ATIONAL LOAN tif TreaS
lury Notes, bearinglinterest at the rate Of sevrt
and three-tenths per cent. per annum; will re
l main : open at my • oticc,, No. 11,4 S. Third
Street; until further) notice, from 8 .1: 31.
5 P. 3L,. and on Mondays till 9 P. IL
These notes wall be of the denominatibh of
FIFTY DOLLARS,I ONE BUNDIZED DOll.-1
LARS, FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS, ONF,I
THOUSAND • DOLLIARS, .and FIVE THOU-'
SAND DOLLARS,:tin& are alt dated 19th of
August, Ir6l, payable in gold, in three years.
ur convertible into) t wenty years' six per;
cent, loan, at the option of the holder. Euehl
TreasUry Note has .interest coupons attached.
which can " " *.ed in gold at
one ,:cut Pe
Gold or Gh
PARTIES AT A DISTANCX can remit by their
friends, through the mail, or by express, e l :fr.
through Banks, and, the'TreaSury Notes will
be- immediately - deliyared, or sent to each sub
scriber as they may severally direct.
Parties ieinitting'initst ailt4he intereiq froin
the ltlth of Auzustd the date of all the the
not:es, to the day the tenlittance teaches Phil
adelpnia, at the rate of ofie cent per day on
each fifty dollars.
Api , ly to or caltlieSs
, COOKE, Subscription Agcni,
• Care of Jay Cooke & Co.. Bankers,
No. 114 South. Third. Street: Philadelphia
COUDERSPORT, PO TTER ; COUNTY;
A. S. AkiIISTRONCI
13, - AST,NG refitt4and newly furnished the
1.1 house on Main street, recently occupied
by R. Rice, is prepared to. atcommodate the
traveling public in as good style as can be bad
iu town. Nothing, i i,l4t can in any way in
crease the comforts of;the guests will be ne
glected. Dec. 11,1861
SPECIALS NOTICE .
Tlit Advertiser haFing been restored to
health in a very f . lv weeks by a very sim
ple remedy afterhaying suffered several years
with a severe lung 'affZ:ction, and that dread
disease, Consumptioni—is anxious to make
known to his fellOw !sufferers the means iot
cure. To all who.desiie it, be will seed it copy
of tbe.prescription tisell, (free of charge,)Nvith
the direction for prepa4iurs tend using the same,
which they will find a ‘.:tire cure for Consurnp
tion, asthma, Bronchiias, d:e.: The only ob
ject of the subscriber i3t sending the Piescrip
tiouis to beuefit the allticted,arid spread infor-1
'nation which. he conc..tives to be invaluable,
and he hopes every, sufferer Will try big reme
dy, as it will cost- t 1 ens nothing and niay
prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please I
addneis Rey. EDWARD d. WILSON,
King, County, New Fork.
A SlTOEllifitql., (2ne whO is a good hand
AL and competent to do all kinds of work
in a workmanlike Mani:ter: None other need
apply ? . ; J.DANHO
Dec.2s Opposite Glassmire's Vote].
- - '
WE the lin dersigne4 in consideratinn or the
Vir scarcity of Money have resolied that
we will work. for Read y -Pas only on and after
the first day of January, 1862 i
Z. J. THOMPSON, G. C. MANLEY,
EZ. STARKTr - ETOR, C. P. .MANNING,
IT. SNATII, t OFIN - RECKHOW,
OAS. RELSSM.-17.`C, '. P. 31INAR, . • •
w. £. IELLY.
54, 7. I
63 75 '
74 1 #2
450 1 500;
4 50 '5 00
That h.is b
at the rate
s be made in
is veul co
sited 6 c:
BBINS & Co
received and opened
T Lin BEST STOOK
,ught to thititailietihe pt.*.
l ent season;
prises the very
rchaeed at tke
e. offer them at .
, L `1 , •
ds tab. ba had at an other..
onse in tont:,
!, and as they la'old them ex
g a good articleat low price
ve them a caW •
ers are especially in.
e their stock, and gee
D. F r . GL.ASSDIER,E'S _
NE`! ! '
TltHberm si their
OLD STAND ON SAIN STREET',
Offer to their tkia customers and the puhlte
generally for Cash, trate& States Treasiwy
_ • • -.
Notes (which by the tray att taken at Poir,)
Whkt; Corn, Oats, t uckwheati thatter,Chwille,
tildes, Pelts, Deer Skins, and all other kirtils
Skins, such as Calf Skins, &c., Begun,
Ilea's; Venison, and some other things that
tan't . be thought of,
A LARGE AND WELLSHLECID
Hats & Caps,
DRUGS V. MEDICINES,
Paints, 'Oils, aild Dye Stuff ,
Together with some of the best
• KEROSENE OIL, -
Far superior to the Oil Creek or Tidiou
LAMPS LAMP FIXINGS,
Also a few mO% Of thOse Superior
GLASS, SASH, PUTTY,
INK, PAPER, ENVELO
And other kinds of . •
And other articles which time dm! for
bids us to mention, all of which will be
sold as low as the WAR PRICES wiir
-And for those articles Ire take, this high , .
est market price will be
We are also General nts for
DR. D. JAYNES,F . Medicines,
DR. 4ER' Medicines,
KENNEDY'S MediCal Discovery,
And all the standard Medicines of the day
CALL AND SEE!
C. S. & E. A. JONES.
N. - B. The payfosr.tbei Goods most been
hand when the Goods are , delivered, &swearer
determined to live to the motto of "Pay a*
Just one thing tore. The Judgruents,notes
and book-accounts , which we hate on bend -
must be settled. end closed up immediately or
we fear they will be increased faster than the
usual rate trf interest. , Dec 11
BOOTS & 3HOth,