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A alight skirmish occurred ori'S.
day afternOon, between the forces of
bhields, and the 41:b,e1s, on the Straslmrg
Toad, four mile' from - Winchester, in
which we lost one man. The.;dispa lobes
. are veil - confused and conflicting, but
from the latest intelligence, it ap , ears
..c'itnat - thes 6onfliet was renewed at 10 o'elock
_morning, Rnd continued till
'dark. The enemy Were under eas.
Ala ckson, - Sulttb; and Longitreet,'l - ,000
- strong, Wink our, forces numbered- only
'' . :8,000.. Our loss it.% lolled and wounded
- not ascertalued 7 —rone report says 150;
1,00 Rebels losing 100 killed, and at leastlleast
,7-,twice as many woutided. We have taken
alarge number of prisoners, severaVguns
and naisoris, and many 'sniall:arms; . the
- , , groundbeing,strewn with the weapons
.Whieb the Bebela thiew_ away in. their
. The rout of the enemy appears
to have been complete, and our cavalry
Was still in pursuit. • Gen. 'Shields was
slightly wounded in the aria trum a frag-
,inapt of shell. r;.
report - is preialent nava! am:Trail.
- itary circles in Washington that, Neti-Or
:' feWnii is now under the Union tag, our
mortar fleet havipg attacked the Rebel
.Mort at the Rigolettes within two days
!ee Ship Island steamer sailed. As
the fleet left Key West on the 6th inst.,
~.wo should have heard of so taiportant an
! event before this, through Rebel sources
at lest, even if we had no .direct intelii•
Bence; had it taken place.
From the Tennessee we have news that
a flood prevails in the river and its tribu
taries.. Gen. Grant had arrived at Sa
vannah, Tenn., and taken command of
Aso expeditia. Our troops have seized
the , Memplifs and Charleston Railroad
nearSavichriah. Information in regard
to the enemy is stillluite meager. His
.main force is supposed to be at Corinth,
Miss., where he will probably be• able to
oacentrate 50,900 - troops. Our force,
for the most remain on board the trans
FORTRESS MoNROE, Ma:eh 23
Immediately after the occupation of
NCI, ben), an expedition to Beaufortiwas
started by Gen. Burnside,
The place was however evacuated be-
fore our troops approached. . •
Fort Macon was blown up by tho Reb
els, and the steamer Nashville burned.
On the day Burnside occupied New
-16,009 Rebel troops were on' the
road between Goldsboro and Newborn...,
Dr. John Evans of Chicago has been
.2;otuinated and confirmed as Governor Lf
Colorado Territory, vice Gov. Gilpin - .
Stephen S. Harding of Indiana was on
'Friday nominated as Governor of Utah,
'vice Oov. Dawson, rtjtieted.
Small squads of . Rebel horsemen are
iv:airing the country within Jive wiles of
:Manassas, impressing all the able-Bodied
auan left within their swoop, robbing the
faims for the hundreth time and destroy.
log what they cannot carry away.
THE INDIAN TERRITORY.--.-The Drop.
position of . Gen. Lac'e, to maize this terri
leiy a part of Kansas '
is received with
general favor. It will open an immense
.euttop. region to free labor. The loyal
:Indians are known to favor it.
AtilZOkA.—The bill organizing the
ITiirritory of Arizona, reported to , the.
Honsc, prohibits slavery' or involuntary
iiervitude in the Territory.
Sickles's name was *before the Senate
for.action upon his appointment as Brig.- .
He was unanimously rejected.
The wclhknown publisher of Dr. Kane's
NroOcs has offered Parsori .Brownlow $lO,-
000. for; the - copyright of his proposed
bodk, giriva an account Of his sufferings.
:.• The new article of war which passed
the United States Honse•of itepreScuta
lives some tittle ago, prohibiting officers
and soldiers of the army from returning
i!.igitive slaves, has been adopted. by the
Senate, by the.decisire vote of 29
• Judge Uhnumsevo of the Monroe (N.
1.) judicial district, has decided that the
horse_ meing for money at agricultural
fairs,,usnally. edited "trials of speed,". is
illegal. - •
Jeff Davislas suspended Germ. Floyd
and,Pillow from their commands, until
.they can render a satisfactory aount.of
their action at Fort Donelson. •
The Norfolk Day Book saYs . that: Capt
Buchitnaw„,. of the .Merrimac, who was
Rounded; has since died . ; 'one shell from
the Cumberland .is said to' have killed 17
of the Mierrinuto's men.
. - The neg,ro - bbys about Annapol;s have
elaukht. the "Army Hymn," and old John
Brewn's:."Glory Hallelujah," from- the
New'England soldiers. As for the latter,
au.Annapolis resident says, ."the niggers
are Blear carried away with it."
".Judgeltffreir . !helpsiof Simsbury, et.
has held iliOolneti of postmaster in that
town continuously, from 1817 up to a re.
eent•date. The Judge , says that be held
ft . :throne:l alt parties hut: - - when the no
party times came round, hii head had, to
,Wednesday; S'ar; 26,1862
A'WORD 'T.O. REPUBLICANS.
The Democratic papers throughout.the
State , are endeavot t ing, ip• all Manner .of
falsehoods, in isrepresen t ations, charges of
fraud, secession sneers at the Adirrin' is
tration and Congress, regrets at the pros
high' taxes and, insinuations of
negro-buying, to hatch out a "popUlar"
opinion against llepublicanism. Qne of
the principal points against which theyi
fire their Breeltioridge-quills is the km I
York Tribune. Its Editor, as one of the
main supportets of the Chicago Platform,
they dti . wot .ancl,. while feeling the !
strength of tile pen which hasfounded heel
sentiment and given an impulse to justice
and equality, they see the necessity of)
breaking by fair or tall means the tau
epee of its masterly logic and coavincingl
truths, ere they can effect the re-throne -I
ingof that dough-face democracy which has
sold itself, body and soul, to; the'slavery- I
propagandists. This:. they, are 1307. at
teniptitrg by_ exciting against its Editor
an ill, feeling based upon, the. assertion
' that he has worked against the interests
of a General, who has ,not done all that
'even they wish he had, Cast aside this
I piestion of what this General has or has
not done, it is irrelevant to the point at
issue, which' is not whether what has been
'said about officers in the army is true or
_hut whether the giant stride of '6O,
!in the path of free theught and liberal
opinion, shall, by this venomous faalt
finding; be made of uo avail . Democrats.
'can not see any other reason for the over
tinoir of their power than the dissensions
among their party leaders, and they hOpe
by exciting the opposition Of the masses'
to one ortwo of the leaders of the Repub-1
lican party they may be enabled to break'
the power of its influence and prepare for!
an easy victory Aver. 133. It would;be!
well for Repullieans to•liSten With a great
amount of charity to 'these plauSibleSto.
rtes' of the linen who but a few shorn -
months ago were arrayed on the side' (XI
the "peace" and. "compromise" parties. of
Republicans be .on your guard ! The
cry of these "wolves in sheep's clothing"
is not without a . characteristic purpOse.
Reinalu rllied. Let your voices be; as
the •voice of one Limn. Reinewber when
finding causeless fault with GREELEY you
are helping to br,ak the influence of one
WJici has d9ne 'more fur the party than
any other one man in the couuffy.
t'ljui,ed we stand; divided, we full. ! 1
Band No. IQ•has not yet bee❑ taken,
t)iougli Coin, Foote seems quite confident
of final success. We bare sunk some of
their gun•bcats, and dismounted many of
the guns of their fortifleations
TilE PRESIDENT . SEMANdirATIOSP4-
ICY EliPottsED.—ln the C. S. House of
Representatives 31r. Roscoe Conkliug,
(Rep.) of New York introduced the fol
.resolutioh, being the same as pro
posed in the
.President's message :
Resolecd, That the .United States
ought to co-operate with any State which
may adopt'a gradual abolishment of Sla
very, giving to such State pecuniary aid,
to be.used by such State in its discretion,
to compensate fur the ..ineonveniences,
public and private, produced by such
change of systetir.
—The resolution -was &bated at some
longth, and paSsed the llOuse on ThUrs
day bY I a vote of SS . yeas to 31 nays. All
the Breelrinridce Democrats voted in•the
ne6utive. Six Southern men voted yea,
and nine nay on the resolution.
The Homestead Bill paSsed the lower
House of Congress by ant* one hundrid
majority. The bill provides that on and
after the Ist of next January, any perein
twenty one years of age, who is a citizen,
or who has declared his intention to be
such, and who shall cuter upon the land
and 'cultivate it for five ymirs, shall be en.
titled to 160 acres, upon the payment of,
the Land-office fees and $lO to cover the
expenses of survey. The same privilege
is accorded to t.ll m' who have been in
the military or naval service of the am
ernment during the present war.
THE CASE 01'GEN. STONE.—Gen6iI
Stone's friends aye urgihg' Gen. Mead.
lan to bring that officer forthwith to a
Court-Martial. As the Jeint War CoM
inittee has not terminated its investigation
into the crime or the blunder at Ball's Bluff,
thIS Court owilfnot be ordeted at . present.
It will be convcficd soon enough, judgin g
from the daniaging , testiniony the return ,
ed - Balre Bluff captives are now giving.
BURNSIDE A MA,T.-GiN ErtaL,-7,-The
whole'loyal .nortli will approve the pro
motion of, gen Burnside,. Well done,
President—well done, Senate.
• Geo. Fremont's staff is telniost. comple
ted. It will be eotorpackitef 17 officers.
On ; MOnday', tho 10th, the Burnside
fleck-left Beanolte. On Thursday, 13th,
the. troops 6100 at the point ::po ahe
Neuse some tulles below Newbern;
On 'Friday :the battle oceurred.Along
the batik of the river were .planted' lais;
tile Inilterles.• .Tlieso our troops took hi
succeilsion,- with sharp Lighting at each
where resistance was made. About two
miles below the city the Rebels had takeu
up a strong VoSition, , and, there made a
despotate stand At that point took
placoAhe taltinbattle. - of the day...oer
troopS fought With splendid and unflinch
ing bkavery till klie order was given to
make:the Charge. Thcii;•at the point of
the bayonet, they, drove:be enemy from'
their-place, tied sent them flying in
inglorious retreat - , Which had all the char.
l actertstic., of ti — ptinic.' Thdofficers and
men disencumbered themselves Of their
!private property,. and left' all things as
they r fell froM their' hands. Having cob
, leo] of the railroad in their rear, the Abb.
els used it to 1 its fulleSt eilpacity, and:
Made off to Goldsboro'; .as they took with'
them - many of their dead and wounded; l
we•can forta only krude conjecture as to
the extent of their kiss. It is thought
that, fit spite'of the. fact 'of their fighting
under; shelter, they tauSt , have suffered as i
much as we. The loss on,. our side,
though hot ascertained with.etrtire accu
racy; is probably not far from - 30 to. 70
killed, and 300 wounded. Among the
here Lieut.-Col. Merritt of ttie,2,3d
Massachusetts , RegiMent, A Adjutant
Steartis of the ' , Mt Massachusetts Regi-j
ment,l the Rev. 0. N. Benton, Ch4ldin
of, the .5124 New York Regiment, and:
Major i Le Gendre of the same. The new
her of, the Union troops engaged in this'
battlel is not distinctly given, but it is ,
probaule that, we had not far from 1.1,0001
men ; ,the enemy. is supposed to have had
The PI,. Y. Tribune" reportef says !--
The 51st •liennsylvania, for a long time
' held in reserve, was ordered up to partic
ipate in the decisive Charge 'of the whole
brigade upon the line of redans,.and
I passing. through the 51st New irk, n 3
Was lying on the ground after htiving
hausted all its ammunition, came under
',the heaviest tire, and 'without flinehing,
or wavering Inured to its place, and,rush
ed, wirh the other regiments, upon the
defenses of the enemy. The womitent
of Col. Hartranft's regiment was exec-It
ed in ithe most deliberate Manner;. and
proved a complete success." This' is the
oid 4th Pennsylvania Ilmgitnent .se .un•
justly accused of cowardice in the Bull
lIARIUSBURG, March 21, 180
The Governor has issued a .general or
der cdmplimenting the'slst Pennsylvania
for gallantry at Evanoke and Newborn, at
the latter engagement storming the enc.
lily's batteries at the point of the bayonet,
and ordering the names of these battles
to be inscribed tin their colors.. The reg.
imenti is commanded by ,Col. Ilartranft,
and Mainly composed of Oast Wlictieft
Bull ken before the battle. They Were
the ft!rst to plant the flag at Newborn,
and seem determined t) recover their lost
CUICAOO I 3.larch 81. 1861
A Ispcial dispatch to The ;1E3 . 114.21,d,
from Cairo, 21. st, says :
Direct and positive infcrination has ar
rived from Geu. Grant (Smith?). He is
at Savannah, 60 Miles from Florence
The troops are in fine health and spirits.
Beauregard is in command at Corinth ;
with 15,000 men .from Pensacola. Guns.
Cheathain and Bragg have dk;isions near
bv. About 6,000 men in the vicinity of
Savannah, have 'enlisted in the Union
On the night of the 13th, a division of
the sth Ohio Cavalry put a part of Cheat.
ham's form; to flight and burned thc rail
road bride.' The fordes„in Jhat Vicinity
are divided into Live divisien - s under com
mand "of,Gens. Sherman, Llurlburt,
Clertiard, Wallace and Lannian:
WASILLGTON, March 21, '62.
Gen 131euker has at last heed: usp.end
ed ;His Quartermaster, Dr: S.
Sehdtte, who paid to the Gederal a month
ly tax of 5500; has been cashiered by
Cdurt-Martial, for numerous frauds. .
Tne Navy Department has ordered As
new igunboats on the same plan as'the
Monitor: The dithensions and home of
the features of the Craft, will be diffetent
Bt taadier•Gen. Burnside was coufir.ned,
by the Senate, as .Maj.. Gen. of Volunteers.
.k general bankrupt law will probably
be reported to the House.
Ent:l,l Pa., March 21. 18G2.
Prescott Metbalfe was elected Mayor
of this place to-ilay by :300 majority.
We .have the news of a brilliantlittle
0711 t; in the Cumberland, Mountains, about
40 Miles from - - Piketon, or Pikeville.—
Five thousand of the Rebels were flogged
by Gen.: Garfield l, with a comparatively
mail force, in twenty minutes. The en
curyified midi precipitation; Gen. Garfield
passed the nigliOn the hostile camp,•and
the tleStroyedl ; the tents
,and carried off
the stores . The Rebels lost; 7 ;we
Off.eial report from the fleet off Fernan
dina; giving an.account of the occupation
of St. Mory's, Ga., and of some skirmish
ing in that vicinty.
S. Lours, March 20, 1862,
The ofEeial-list of the Union loss at the
battle of!Pea Ridge, is as follows; Killed,
212 sounded , 926; missing ; 274.
ANOTHER. PRoor.----The appointitent
of lion. Andrew JohnsiSh .(Pouglati,Dem
°era), to 'the Military ,G9vertkoishii) of
Tennessee ,byPresident' Lincohi,iii only
another proof that our hief: Magistrate
is actuated; solely. by loio of , hitieOnntry
in discharging his. duty..
Bre • • m
ridge papers endeavor
keep „np a
great cry about party, 0:- it is pit they
have left, since they dare not cheer so
lustily for Southern traitors as they did
beforetthe fall of
men can readily discover that there' is no
partizan feeling in,. the AatninjAtratio l ,
and 'that every true patriot 'can . !rally , to
its support:" ; =
DEFENCE OP. A; Cti,3l3llllCl4.—Tlie
Tribune in speaking of ithe de
fense of Mr: -Alex. Cuirimings 'against the
grave imputations of the, House f dtivesti
gating' Committee says The ! essential
pin of • thisdefense is a. clear .and
siraightforrci: assertion that the POM
!ilittee utterly misapprehended his note
to them, and Made it 4ead:.".4hcrve• ret
tained," instead of "Tlicre [waslretained
$140,000" of the Publie ',Sloney intrusted
to tlie:New York ComMittee. .This de
fense has now been some two weeks.. be
fore jhe : publie,.and it' seems stiange that
the Committee have talteri no no:lee - of
it.. Their silence is a'rjrtual acquittal of
Mr. Cummings .on : the Main pointouade
against - 14i in. their Report. .1 '
I Notwithstanding .the snperabitiniattee
of Pertruleuin oil .and the• low Iyirice it
commands,' there .are those, ,and they
lam: by no means, few, riGc . , still Continue
ito,spend,their time and means for - it.—
The price is now so low
,that;:l it, will
;scarcely : pay the cost of tainspotation.
jLike all other sneculatiniA Manic have
sprung _pp lichen its bubble has.
'bursted, and many a ruin has it wrought,
The discovery of this earth embedded oil
is no doubt a blessinf , to the 'hut
like the winnin , * of 0( 1 4 battle it has
been accomplished only .itutuence, sac
ritices • and •individual,
Ledger, • .; , •
HON. EDGAR A-. '
anguished gentleman is
, very ; highly
spoken lof by. the peace en 'of the-North,
This may satisfy king, but it is very mor- 1
tifying , tu his constituents. ."The - un.7l
kindest cut of all" he received frOut that 1
uathern sympathizingl Sheet the Clear
field Republican. .It .peaks_ very highly
of him, and, .among other nice things; it
says : '; • •
"We , , kno4 not of a . stngle vote cast by.
him in. either of these sessions, as!the ex
pression of the State of Venlisylvania that
would not have been so recorded
Bigler been re-elected.
• This way be a very fine eorilplipient to
311.. Cowan, but we conlei.s . 'we-eati't see
it." I •
The Democrats says that,' abolitionism
is, costing the people three millions a day.
For a year past all our information , itvent
to Ehowithat Jeff. Davisl Was freeing nig
gets taster than John' trown ever! did,
but this is tlie fist time we ever Beard he
was an abolitionist, our idea bating
ways been that lie had:beef: a4egular
built patent, locofueo:1 ;Ace holding,
thieving detuccrac, of the real tory stripe,
who •thought,no more Of perjury than he
did of a nigger..
The remains of the Ll
who fell .at :th'e head
while leading a desperat
battle of Bull Bran, were
a week ago.and on Ti
buried in ,the Lewisbur
feiv days since on board
was trying to run the bl ,
dressed in sailors' clothe .
nized, by onc,of the new
Lettdrs from Dlitiiste
that friendliness fur thdj
r , rovei on. in Englane). T I I
'other leading journais,ai
correspondents hither iv'
act. Bull Run Russell's
A ;hill has .pasSed the :Legislature
changing The name of the Milton Savings
Bank, to Milton Bank; and granting it
the privilege of it4suinaltiqtaa undee the
provision of the Free Banking law.;
The Convention of IteliabHeat' Editors
of Pennsylvania is to meet on the 7th-of
May next at Harrisbord% i- ;.
... 1 • 1
• Virginia papers, formerly , delighted to
quote the following eateOhisin : • "Who
5. ettied Virginia? IJ - ohn sinith. , Who un,
settled Virginia ?• • John •Brown. Who
settled . Joter Brown ? l do%
They may now add to thee- queries,an,
other; Who settled Crov_Wise ? • . Gen.
The "Democrats" of *hOde Island have
renominated Governor pprape and all
present State officers, who were men of
both former political pat'lies.-I.,General
Sprague, in.aceepting,-taf:'es pains to ex
press his. iadopenclence - of all party plat
forms and-eames itt the present struggle
for the ,life of the nation: • ,
By 'a tabular statetu
we learn that the total
and personal property in
ties in this State, subjec
o'unted to $565,0-15,867
State tax of $1,479,3771
sassed. The total mill
is 2,921,046 r and' the n
iabab4nte iti 642,492.
625 I !.. ERIELOTRIENTI - , ,--- OVlrit
AGENTS W„A:ITED.: - -
-;,-..; we will piy from $25 to $75 per mo'tii
and all expeases,:to active Agents, or , givi a,
- commission. ,Particulars sentiree. — Ad(Ksd
.Einz- SzwisOliictinia ConsW4v, R. JAMES;
General Agent, Man, Ohio, i '. aNgtli ,
-.1.:.A for the benefit and'sg a tratting and •tt
caution to youing men who Suffer from Nerious
Prniattire . Deeay, fic., supplying at
the Same time itie;inearis'of self-cure. By one'
Whn has: butedgiiimself after being put . to great
expense throtigh•medleal impositionandy4t, tk4,
oty.l enciosingq% post-paid addressed: en
velope. single iopies May be bad of the author,'
ITATHANIBL "11. fAY re. IR; dford,
Toskr—Nlari9spoly . _
VMS is to, certify that a Road Judgmleh obz
mined fagainst me July ip; 1860'; in fator
of J. A. R. Crentaall,.T will not pay for: tfie.
reason that ;there is no value receired.
bid any person buying said judgment.
, • ' . • •N. K. LUCK
March 26 pd . • ,
,Xier•Da Ton Went Dm plcipment.-608
l'ofrei a. pleasant Pusirtess for the Spring,and
Summer, with Irg,.p profits. I Send fot4 my
i - ,
new, circular, Containing full information:- -
1 - l' . GEO. EDIV'D. SEARS,,
• ;. , 'lBi William St:, New Tor)c.
A. SANDBERG & BRO'S
'HAVE also establishe4 a
IX' • .Boot, tricl. Shoe.
Manufactory, oppaPite D. F. Glassmire's
in the room formerlc occupied by J. B. ,Smith,
:They offer their, llooti and Shoes at a!. '
LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME :QUALITY HAVE,
.! EVER BEEN SOLILIN . POTTER CONIC •
Sidi they have nothingbut4lic best wink..
Meniand the' best 'stock that the country
produce; and money and laborjcan procuke.
- .TREY FELT. CONFIDENT TFIAT
' - WORK VCH.LiGiVE SATISTACTION',
tides, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts
•:. taken st the; Highest Market !'rice.
GIVE us A TRIA.I:I
—,C-c'mderspcirt; l'i!l.,..:Varch 19
Vt)TICE: is heieby' given Oat the under
:.sigued have duly qualified as !Ex
ecutors of the estate, of John Dwight, deed,
kite of Hebron township. Potter eounty,:Pa..
said_ executors residing in the township of
Hebron, 'county nfore,.wid. All persons hav
ing claims against the estate .of said.decedent.
nee requested, to untke•known the sante to said
executors without delay.
3ARIAEI DWIGHT, Executri,
• I‘ORMAN DWIGHT. Executoi..
Conderspoit, ;Feb. 8, '62;
j. SOIETITINq NEW!
Important to the Ladles!
DOWNER'S' PATENT HEMMER .AND.SHIELD
FOR LIAND-SEVVE , iO,
Tsl"jiist the thing" for all who use the needle.
This rentarkablll thnple and novel invention saves
one-half the labor; of hand-sewing, as it cern
pletely protects the finger from the point of
tl*:. needle, and wakes a neat! and unifOrrn
hem chile the operator is Relying.
NO LADY SHOULD DE WitTIODT IT
It;is cheap, simple, beautiful, and useful. The
Ileanner ant) Shield will be sent free of charge
or receipt of the price, •.2S cents.
;Enclose stamp' for thecriptiVe circular und
terms., • •
DOWNER'S METROPOLITAN SKEIN-WEINDER
. • ,
Is an article oiireal merit. It is used for the
perpose of winding skeins of Thread, Silk,
entteM,Yarn, Floss:Worsted, ke. It is readily
adjuSted to the work-table, and will be fonnd
indispensable, ti.) all using the above artielcs,
being it useful .and invaluable appendage to
the Se wmg-Bird. ' •
Priee!sp cm to sracconling to Style and Finish.
$l5O per Month can - be Real
ized Toy enterprising 4gents (Wanted in every
town and County timqpglieut the United States
and (..:tanatirt,) selling the•alitiee articles, As
sales arerapid,'protlts large, and has no com
petition. 'A liberal 'disCount to the trader
:Address Al, A. 13awner . ,
New York, •
to Col. 'Cameron,
.c charge, at the
o recovered about
uesday List were
' 4 ' Cemetery With
Was captnred P
a Schooner which
ockade. He was
s, and was recog
X.DI- 7 General 'and exclusive Agencies will
be gtnnted on the most liberal!terms.—ml93m
United Suite's is
1116 Spectator So d
Ld Shall counter
ICAPIII:REAS:Ietters testimeutary to the es
tate of]. Jolin Glospy, late of Sylvania
township; deC'd; hare been granted to the
sabseCiber; persons ' indebted toithe Said .
estate are requested to make immediate Pay •
nient, i.rl those having •claini+ - or demands
akainitt the state;of the said; decedent, Will
make known the suave without delay to
ROBERT YOUNG, Executeir
Potte'F Co„ Pa., Mar. 18
A: NEW AND BEAUTIFUL EDITION
1•' , : . OF , Ttl; i ,
of V,ducated Men.
• ; ; '
BY JOHN; S.:HART, LL. D.,
12M0., muslin, price 50 cents ; paper c,or
et.a, .25 Oats. . Copies, of thifi hook Atil.be
seal" .'by mail on receipt of the Lprice, in post,
age sumps. Please address • - ,;1 ,
J.: 0 - qAP.IIIGUES, Publisheo, •
! 148iSouth Fourth Stre , t, Philadelphia,iint.
MIR BEST OF FLOUR kept constantly, on
littocl - at the Post Office Stor.
• - 1101[4.AC'E • WATERS PEANOS.'
MELOOWNS. ALEXANDRE ORGANS,IitNn
T. GILBERT!'&' CO.'S 'celebrates - ..,I:OLfAN
PIANOS are the Bnest instruments for Parlors
and. Churches now in- use.. A large assort
ment can be seen at the new ISarerooms,;4Bl
BitOADWAY between Grand and Broome
Streets, tchiefi will be sold. at extremely : low
*keg'. PIANOS and MELODEONS from sun
dry' Makers. nety,tind second hand, to, let,:end
riot allowed per Chased, as!per_agreen4ut.
Montillytpnymenis. rec:eired ; for the same.
Also; ,ieeorid= j liantl Pianos and Melodeons at
o,reat-i bnitaitis, !prices 'from $25 to $lOO.
SlieetAnsie, Music Book; and. all kinds .of
Musleqqrchandise at-War prices.
,; I HORACE WATERS,.kgent.
Etc:4;On for 1861,
Valuation' of real
the several coon
lo taxation am
', Upon which a
, 81 has been4s
lati'on of the State
ouiber of taxable
The RocheWter Stkaw-Cutter.
Couderspori f base
V , Ole exclusive agency for. this celebrated
rmachine' in thinonity, It is avenieut: du
ana CHEAP. ' • Dec* ' 1 186(1.-12
800T,..' AND SHOES.
, .k , Aia.) ,
Sewing-Bird Cdtitbined .
Totentee ; and Sole Proprietor
6Orfeetetl every Wednesday by P. A. STEB„.
:C0:, Wholesale and Retail
rialticts in Groteries andl)...ovisions,
_optposite D, Glassmire's Hotel,
•.„ Coudersport, Pa. 1-
APO*, Weill bash-, sB2i to 100
do. Oka,. /00
" 2 00 -
;Bear*, ! • • •1 00 150
Beestoa2l/10 lb., • 20 2 5
gi 4 5
B Berries, uek nh _
eat,3 bush. , 34
Butter, 11 lb., - 12 .15
Cheese, 6 .
\ 7 JO
Corn, "' 15 - 9 8
Corn Neal, per cwt.; 1 50 . 1-7 5
Eggs, Vd02!,,..- • 12
Flour, extra,;-, re blil4 , DO_ 100
do - suPerfine '"
Hams, f. l • 9 12i
Say, "j 3 toe', r • - . :8 00
Honey, per Ib4 • . 1 0 121
Lord, • Pr - 10- ,22
Maple Sugar, per WI 8 12
Oats, 1.1 bush., 26' 30
Onions,' 34 5 0 IS •
POrit, - 12 _ • , 16 06 18 00 .
60 't,l . 10 13
,do whole-hog, lb.l -- 6 71
Potatoes t per;bush., 25 37
Peaches; . 25
Poultry, 12 lb., 5 7
Rye, per bush'., 63 75
Salt,? 1 - • . 75 350
do IQ sadc,
,Trout, per bbl.;
DELIN LENT COLLECTORS cif State and
Courity - ttixes - for the year 1861 are here.
by notified tfiat if their duplicates are not set
tled by the gist of May next:that Cost will 1)0
wade thenS!, By ot, the Board of Com.
mitisioners. [March Bth.
P. A. STEI3BIIVS.& CO.
trire }us}; received
NtW . LOT OF
.SELLING VERY LOW;
my wife Mary Jaite has left
my bed and hoard, without' and just
cause or provocation, I thereforel 'forbid tql
'persons burbMing or trusting her;on my ac
count, as I shall pay 'no debts of her contrac
ting after thisl date. LIENRY MOORE.
Wharton, Feb. 24. 1862 pd .
• C 9TASE .A.AGA NULLS
SUPERFINE FLOUR for $1.35 pe'Sack, or
$5.25 per Barrel.
of every description as cheap as can
- be atTordt
ed, at the - POST, .UFFICEISTORE. -
Feb. 19, 1862 • . • 1
DIRE Atlantic 21fontAly for Febritary is re.:
JI ceived and for'sate at the Rost Office.
4, LSO, //arper, Peterson and the new Amer.:
11l lean Patriotic Monthly—The continfotal.
SUBSCRIPTIONS forwarded forjany of the
standard 'ptkpriations, and'botiks procur
ed from Boston, Philadelphia or New York,
on short notice. Give us a call at the
• POST OFFICE. •
RROWN StGAII-for 10 'centslper pound
and Connty orders taken at 85 cents on
the dollar at the Post Men Store.
Jan. 8. • !
'V, MICE is ItereSY given, that litters of ad
ministration on the estate of JOHN S.
BENNET, late of Bingham : township, Potter
county, decr(4 een granted to the sub
scriber by the Register of Potter Icounty, to
',whom all debt due to said estate and claims
against the same, roust be presented for.set
btlen:ient or payment. WM. P. COOL,
Hebron, Jan. 8, 1862. Adm'r.
dAF Copartnership The copartnership here
-41.J1 tofure existing under tie firM'of
& Lyman is this.day dissolved by mutual con
sent. The outstanding concerns of the firm
will be adjuStCd by B. Sz Colwell & Co.; who
will use the ' signature of the firm in liqirida- -
don.' . B. S.-COLWEL.L, .
Rdulette, Feb. 6, 1862
THE undersigned have this . day formed
Copartnership, under the firm d B. S.
Colwell & Co.:, and will continue the'busiuess
heretofore conducted by Colwell At Lyman,.
B. S. COLWELL
Roulette, Feb, 6, 1862
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A NECESSITY IN EVEU HOUSEHOLD
'JOHNS & CROSI..ErS
American , Cement
The strongest Glue in the World •
For Cenienting Mod, Leather, Glass,
icor'', China, Marble, Porcelain,
Alabaster, Bone, Coral, etc..
The only article of the kind ever probe
ed which will withstand Water.
ExTaActi - :
"Every honiekeeper should. have a supply_
of Johns A; Grosley's Amerithin Cement Glue."
—Yew York Times. - -
"Tt is s 6 convenient to have in the house."
=Yew rogr, Express.
"It is always ready; this eommends it to
everybody." 7 -N. Y. Independent.'
+AVe have. tried it, and find it as _usefulin
our house as l water.".—WilkieSiir.ll of the Timer
• 'Price 25 Centti , perßattle. •
Very liberal rednetionslto - Wholesale Dealers.
• ' "Tin:Ms - CASH..
For sale by all Dragnets and Stare
keepers generally throughout the eauatrY.
-.78 'William street, xeri York. >""
(Corner of Liberty Street.) 017:
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