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TEL E P(YrTRICCOUNTY JOURNAL
the only paper published ,in Potter county
circulates among an intelligent class of peo
ple, and is thus an excellent 'medium for both
(.3 ity and Country Advertising.
Transient Advertisements and those from a
iistanee mustbetash or belie responsible re
All communications, to receive attention,
must be directed to the Editor,' and contain
the name of the writer. :Co ',attention paid to
copy,one 'year, $l; Six copies
ss ; Twelve copies, $lO ; TWenty copies, $lB,
with one tc the person raism the Club. I The
money must accompany theiaatues. •
v ou darsport,, Wediesdiy Apr. 16;1862.
Local' and qen.etal.l
seirTresh Garden Seeds at Stebbins
ge7We learn tht. Majl. Jzio. M. Kn.-
lonaNE, of the 45th Pen, l n'a, has return
ed home. in ill health.
05,.Carl Schurz is to have a command
rimiest Vremorit; and Bleo i kers brigade is
also til.be attached to his ;command.
wa;.The vote ; in Wheeling, Va., on
Thur'sday the3d, gives 646 majority .for
the new Constitution, and a majority of
.553 in favor of gradual emancipation.
gr,To' prevent lamp' chimneys from'
breaking fructi the heat .of the flame, a
cotewporary says the following direction
abouldl be followed : Pqt the glass chim
ney in lukewarm water; heat to boiling
point,, and 'then boil an hour..
.exchauge very truly remarks
;that to some gentietnen, wI4 are very
calm i 4 their judgment on aLI pther mat
ters, the mere word "slavery" seems to
;have much the same effect that a red rag
has on a bull.
bar When Secessionitts at the North
are shut up out of danger, there are cer
tain-so-called Democrats I who howl dole.
fully about it. But when atonists at
the South are treated iP the same man
ner, these.persons makeino complaint.
sdi-Loual items arc as scarce as money.
The diptheria, which has prevailed for
some time, abating. The snow is slow-'
ly disappearing from. the- hills, and some
of ouri peotle are "talking garden." Fish..
ernien have thus far come home with long
faces and short crops. There aresome
hopes of a•"raftilf.tilise'l this week.
THE TRUTH.—Mr Etheridge said in
his speech at Nashville,hat more neg,Coes
had been stolen under the reign of Jeff.
Davis than were ever 'abducted by the
free States since our exitence as a Union.
That is literally true. he south has by
her madness weakenedilavery more than
the abolitionists cuuld I have done iu a
IM-The U. S. Senate did a good work
on Thursday, the 53rd inst. The bill to
abolish Slavery , in the District of Colum
bia, was passed by a vote 0f,29 yeas to 14
nays. Those voting yea were all Repub
licans, and those votingnay all democrats
and so-called Union nien. Mr. Cowan,
Senator from this State was absent. The
announcement of the passan.e . of 'the bill
waN applauded in the galleries. The bill
will no doubt pass the House,
SOLDIER'S LETTERSI—The Post-office
Department deems it l advisable that all
letters addressed to officers and soldiers
of the army of the PotOinac, - whether now
at Washington or moving south, should
be mailed to Washington City. From
that office they -will be promptly forward
ed in separate packages to the respective
corps and •divisions, and their delivery
RECRIIITiNG STOPPED —A despatch
from Washington states that all officers
engaged in the recruiting service. have
been ordered to their regiments, and
tice given to the goveinors et Stares that
no new enlistments or new levies will be
received until further! orders from the
Elie Democratic editors, who
Were so zealous in prdeuring, an investi
gation into the alleged frauds in Penn
sylvania, and who were so bold in assert
ing that frauds bad ben committed, now
publish •the report of the committee ?
They cannot assert of this--as theidid
of some others--that it is a party report,
as both Demderats of the - Breekinridge
school and- those other queer things,
union -democrats, were on the committee.
:Re - There is every prospect of a. long
session of Congress. !It is thought that
the present session will conti nu e nearly
through the summer.; The Tax, Tariff,
Banking,-ConfiscatioU and bills
will occupy mouths of dcbate,`to say
nothing of. the 'emaacipation bill for the
District of Columbia! which it is eipect.
ed will pass Congresa within a month.
Stir`lieek at the top of the 2.1 chi inn
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$332 EMPLOYMENT! 1 $75:
We will pay from $25 to $75 per mo"th,
and all expenses, to active Agents, or give a
commission. Particulars sent free.! Address
Eats. Szwmi; Mscumu COMPANY, R. JAMES,
General Agent, Milan, Ohio, .li,u2lly
The Confessions . lanci
TIXPERIENCE of an Lira ' 'Published
■'4 for the benefit and as a warning and a
caution to young men who suffer froin Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, &c., suPpiying at
the same. time the means of self 7 cure. By one
who has cured himself after being put to great
expense through medical mposition andquack
ory, By enclosing a post-paid addressed en
velope. single copies may be had of the author,
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. Esq., Bedford,Kings
county, New York.—Marlhspuly
for sale by
STEBBINS & CO.
LIST OF LETTERS remain
ing in the Post Office at CoudOsport Pa.
on the Ist of April, 1862:
Kesiali W.Baker, W.Dykeman,
Louisa Hunt, Henry Rathbone, A. J. Rose,
Emma Reynolds, Wm. Robbins, Dah'lSmith 2,
George Sylvester. JNO: S. MANN, P.M.
Nollce . to School Teachers.
TWO School Teachers are wanted to teach
the Sell6°l on Aycr's Hill and at the Red
School House in Homer. Applications recd
'hntil the 24th day of April. Applicants will
please state their terms. \o, of certificate, &c.
Those holding certificates marked under 2
need not apply. Address
WM. A. CROSBY, See l , .
CANASE LIAGA MILLS
SUPERFINE FLOUR f0r . 51.35 per Sack, or
$5.25 per Barrel.
of every deseription as cheap as can be afford
ed. at the POST OFFICE STORE.
Feb. 10, 18G2 -
riluE Attantie Moilthly for February is re
ceived and for sale at the Post Office.
LSO, Iforprr, Peterson and the new Amer
ican Patriotic Monthly—The Continental.
iI7I3KIRIPTIONS forwarded for any of the
standard publications, and books procur
ed from Boston,'Philadell:hia or sew York,
on short notice. Give us a call at the
BROWN SUGAR for 10 cents per pciund
and County orders taken at 05 cents on
the 'dollar at - the - 'ost Office Store.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A. SANDBERG & BRO'S
. Tanners and. Curriers,
JAYE also established a
;Boot and ShOe
Manufactory, opposite D. F. Glassraire's Hotel,
in the room formerly occupied by J. B. Smith.
They offer their Boots and Shoes at a
LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME QUALITY HAVE
EVER BEEN SOLD IN POTTER'POUNTY..
And.they will have nothing but the best work
men and the best stock that the country will
produce, and money and laboecan 'procure.
THEY FEEL CONFIDENT, THAT THEIR
WORK WILL qivE SATISFACTIOS.
Hides, Cali Skins, Sheep Pelts
tasen at the Highest Market 'Price.
L'S A -TRIAL
Coudersport; Pa;, March 19
P. A. STEBBINS & CO.
Have just received a
NEW LOT OF
Which they are
SELLING VERY LOW FOR
March 12 1862.
ITAKE pleasure in informing my friends
and customers that I am just receiving
a fine: fresh assortment of Goods and that ali
thoie who are in want of any had better give
me an early call.
n DRY GOODS,
BOOTS end SHOES,
And everything usually
kept in a Country Store.
I have just returned from New
York with one of the beSt and
largest stocks of Goods that was
ever brought into this county. I
propose to sell these GOODS
FIFTY per ct. lower than can
be bought in this vicinity,. Wells
ville or Olean not excepted. My
Goods have been bought for
CASH from a large number of
houses that nad failed in the city,
at from 50 to 75 cts. on the dollar
of the original cost. Therefore
am prepared to give all great bar
gains that choose to give me a call:
LOOK AT SOME OF THE PRICES :
Very, nice Sheetings from Sto
11 cts., sold by most merchants
at the present time for 14 to 18.
Good cotton bats for S cts roll.
Good Prints for 6 to 11, worth
9 to 14. Fine Delaines from 11
to 20 cts., worth 15 to 25 'and 30.
Good Tweeds from 25 to 38 cts.,
worth 44 and 63. Good Black
Silk from 50 cts. to $l.OO, worth
75 cts. to 81 50.
Good Suits of Black Clothes i Coat, test,
Pants, Calf Boots, Ildkhfs. ' Cravat, &c., for
$lO, worth $lB.
In Groceries,l have a good sweet
pleasant Tea for 50 ets. per lb.,
and upwards. Good Sugar for 8
cts., White coffee sugar 11 1 .
eratus for 6 cts. Coffee 18. Soap
S cts. bar Molasses for 45 cts.
per gal. Best Kerosene oil, 44
cts. g;allon Flour at "Wellsville
price " • In the line of Boots mnd
Shoes we have a Ladies Enamel
ed Morocco Boot for 50tts sold
by most •dealers:for $1 to 81.25
Heavy Kip Ladies Walking Boot
75 cts. . Fine Congress Gaiters
and others from 50 cts. to S 1 00, .
worth 6 to 12 shillings. Fine
Calf Boots for 2 50; .Fine Stogey
boots! for 16 shilling. Fineßroche
Shawls for 20 shillings and up
from Bto 22 shillings. Woolen
shaWls for 12 shillingand upward
Red Flannel from' 2 shillings per
yard. Fine Ginghams for ten
cents Cambrics for . 9 cts.
Men's Heavy Working Ribbed
Ja4et Coats for 8 shillings.
. And now I intend to keep my
stock full to supply those who may
choose to buy at
WHOLESALE or RETAIL,
And all Families of Volunteers
will receive Goods ,at the first
cost in New 'York, regardless of
transportation, and I still hold
my offer good to pay any one that
calls upon ,me and not finding
GoOds at the prices given to pay,
them for their bine and expenses
C. H. SIMMONS,
- %Tevreller and Watchmaker,.
on Main St.,l opposite the Court
House, Coudersport, Pa., -. I 1
, ii.c.., 1
Repaired cia short notice;
notice; and warranted to
give satisfaction. , 1 •
. A good assortment of ; ' 1
CLOCKS, II • , ;
• , _ WATCHES,:and I.
- ! JEViTLRY
on hand. Cheap far CASH and warranted as
represented. As 0 even exchange is no rob
bery I will give 'yon time for Money.
Coudersport, Deo. 16, 186 . 1. I
Blain above Third
'COUDEI I ISPORTI,
M. W. MINN,' Paorearoa.
BOORS, , 0013 E:
DOCKETS T , . •
KEMORANDU3IS, I • •
DIARIES, , !
• PORTFOLIOS, •
, - HERBARIUMS,:
LETTE O .-BOOKS & i;
Greek, Latin, French and; German Text-
Books. • ! , . I , A I
All School Book usediw the Coitntyl
kept on hand, or immediately I procnred
when desired. 1 '
Magazines or aniPeriodicals supplied n
desired. ' I ! L • I
A good assortment of Paper, .Envelc
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Di
ing Materials, Weir Colors, &c.
PRAYER & HYMN; BOOKS, of various ki
MUSIC-BODKS: AND SHEET-MDSIC.
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gsiminon Boards (I
Men, &a., &c. PRODUCE 9f all. kinds ti
in exchange for BoOks, &e. 10.1-3!
DEALER in • ; ;
PROVISIONS; 1; •
• ; GROCERIES,
Has been so fortunate as to secure Hke s
ces of THOMAS Ji BAKER, who is,lo
and mending Boots and Shoes
own unexceptionable style, with
GOOD 1 STI
I have concluded to sell only for
from October 1, 1861. ;
Will buy Ashes, Hidei,'Pelts„ and
Brooklana; (formerly \ Cusliinget
Sept., 1861 1
A T • - ,
STORE ran alviays be found. the be
Cooking, Box and Parlor .
Also, TIN and SUET-IRON WARE . , P TS,
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SPOT - ED j BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
inch' as PLOWS,! SPRAYERS: PULTI
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAF
is well made and the Material gOod. C , ood and
substantial E.A.yEs'-TROticli.,S put up in any
part of the Countyl—Tern3s easy. Relad3i Pay
of all kindS, including Cash, . ' seldom refused.
Store on Main Sireet opposite : the;Old court
[louse, Coudersport. Aug. 1, 1859.-30 -
HE undersigned is ould respectfully inform
the surrounding community that h 6. has
taken thv,roorns formerly occupied by John
S. Mann, wherehOs prepared to do 1 1 •
AU kinds of Harness Work
on the shortest notice..
LONG STRAW COLL &RS.
also kept constantly ou hand. Tliese e liars
are a superior article; and need, but atrial to
insure their success. !
I?..epairiny done in.:good style.
Surcingles, Hames,i and
Home -straps, &m., kept constabtly on hand. ;
The public are invited; to call, and examine;
S. P. 11Mkkt.
Coedersport Oct. 16th, 1860.
FO n SALE
(AR to exchan,geifor Horses, Wagons, S ocki
Ulr Good Notes 9r Judgments. A valuable
Farm situate in. Harrison township ) potter CoJ
Pa., lying on the old State road, lt•ading rom
Spring Mill's to Harrison•Vallevand Westfield
Pa. Containing about .110 .Seres, aboult 80
Acres improved ati'd in a good'state of dulti
ration,- on which liis arected a large Frame
House, good Banns, Corn House :and ' ther
necessary obt-bnihlingS, a good Appl Or
chard containing some twenty different }kinds
of Grafted Fruit.,Sbade Trees dm. 1
ile from:H The above
Farm lies aboutarrigoti Valley,
7 miles from West eld and 6 miles from Spring
Mils, and is a good Stock and Grain Farm,
and will be sold o : that any one that can make
a payment of 3 oFi 4: hundred. dollars 4wn,
can make tle farm pay for itself with his la
bor. Price, $2,600. forparticutars inquire
of Peer Simmons. now accupylngi said farm,
or C, H. Simmons, Oswayo Yillag, Pa. ,
. ' C. 11.. 511510 3.
-Jan. 15,1861 : ! 1 '
hinds for sale at this 6ffice
nts, Enecutionsj Summons,
ble. Sales, Township] and
:tet of all kinds-=kept on
0 order. - 1 .108 ! WORK
y, and at prices' to snit the
Deeds : WA
School Orders, N
.hand and printed
tended to prompt'
times, Give,os a
- . 1
, :: ,
y received and :opened
T AND BEST STOOK
tight to this market the pre-
prizes the Yery
telts.sed at the
key offer theta at. '
I da call be 110 at appother
ohs. 111 toirn.
! and as they hold tUem ex
8 very co
snot be undereoldi
'pi a good article at, low price
;lye them. a 'call.=
willdO well tog
vited to mill an
customers areespeciiily in
ex'autiue their stock, atid'sce
D. F. GLASSMIRE'S
BINS .& CO.
OADIER, T C.
. Are ems eick.',feel.le ' .and
enniplefitine44,Anr siterpet iif
order, with your oystew do.
- These 'vial.-
serious nines'. Some tit of
sickness Is ertepititruPOU roe,
Ind should be.aserted .by
timely •usef*.orthe , -'siultErritlo.
oily. Mae Ayers
;cloanso ohs ttat - iii,s;adio4l,4
morn , — purify the blued, awl
let the flaidt
nicest inpecnith, atreiri.
-They - itinthite ini.etotne
)f the body ban sisprons
. . the obstrnetions which Melo*
disease: add "settle:l torrieutiaro in 160.1,4,1 y, nail - ,
structs its natural functions., these, if
. not, relierrci.
reset upon themellses and tiiirseirriniiiiiiiitt oriptua resi
during general ,aggraentiwa. satifarime.„oll.l
While in this - condition, epprmtsed" by thO - deraisiriltied . i.,
take Ayet's Pills. and see how ;directly, linty rtsuerr dot
natural action of the system, soil with 'it Molar : wan:
feeling of I wuitit tinahs. What i.t rin4.111.1•1. 4.140.1144
this trivial and common ti p is nist tree itiltelike'
I of the delis-seated and dangerous dlettospors. -The midis
purgative effect expels them. Catoeli by shaihir astral - a-
Sims and deraugomeuts of the :enthral function* ofAier
body, tiny. ore rapidly, and Mani of client sorely, eurv:i
I,y the same means. lone who know the chimer...ol44,
Pills. will r twoNt to employ thenc'when angering Vow
the disorders they cure. • • - •
Statements front leading rloyMehins in sortie it 0..)
koinzipal cities, and from other:well known -public rt.
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From ' a Ifyravartiing iiercliatit'ef St. Zeitis, :FLb.
Dc. Ater.. Yunr ara tlrepnragoltof All amid Jcit
groat in me,litino. Thay have cured my little duo/later:.
of ulcerous sores noon her hands and fo.g that hod 'mind
incurable , for years. lier tunther has been long grler -
anlic.ted frith hlotchei and pimples on her alitu
in.hor hair. 'After our child rile eared, aho also: lrivd
Our - rills; mud they have curet her:
As a Family Fiky a lc. -
Yeron Lr. E. W. thrltcri,ght;ffejo Orlon.
Tone I'ilt ure:the prince of ifitrges. Their excellent
lualities surpass nny cathartic we pewee: 'They ere
mild, but very certain and-eT•chml in their netion on the
bovrels, which makes them iaralunttle to ue lu the daify
treatment of dl.sease.
-.T.fuq Dr. I.if cc;rrd Boyd, Baltisunre.
tutu. it•to. Arca: I eutnotanswer you ta'tat complalute
I Larti:C//re / with your Pill.; better than to say all Mot trs
tver treat a rarilatirt medicine, 1 place great dopeu
-tt on en t•M-ct nal mulettlie in my tinily contest with
Jis..tis, and Isdievittr, as I do that your Pitta afford us this
beet we hive, I of course value theta highly. '
Da. J. C. Area. Sir: I
repeatedly cured 'of
the worst kradache any body fan have by a dose ot. , two
f your Pills. It seems to kris° from a foul stuuutch e
which they elean,.e wt mire. •
Yotii-a with great respect; PIIEHLY . ,-
• ' - Clerk of Meunier Clermm.
ISlllons Disorders—Liver Complaints.
' MM. D.. Thenthrrs Shc, 4f .N.to
Net oilly are year Pills admirably adapted to their per.
sose M an aperient, but I find their henelitial effects upon
:he Liver very marked indeed. They have in my Kau
flee pruOed Lai in) effectual fu; the care of 4ilthas nem
plaints than any elm remedy 1 cats !Medium I sincerely
rejiAD9 that we have at lungila a. purgative wtikh Is wur
thy the iiontideuce of the rrofeesion and the peoole.
DLPARTSIENT dr TUC r
. •.. . Washiligten, 11, C., 7th Feb., Mid.
Ant: I hare need your rills In my general and 'hospital
practiceover since yOtt mule theta, and cakuut hexinge to
my they are the best cathartic Fe employ. Their regu
lating action on the liver is .qulrk nod decided, toner
;men fly they are an admirable remedy for eterangemante
of that. organ. Indeed, I ilium - edition &null aatse of
Lao= diceuse ao,obstitutte that It did not readily yield to
Men. Fraternally yours, 11A1.1,, .
figisician'of the A'arine
Dysentery, Diarrlacen, Reins, Worreasi,
From Dr. J. G. Grew, vf Chicur,
Your Pills Lure had a long trial in my prnefire.
hal them, in esdeein Um' of the hest nperients I have
over found. Their nit erittive'etreet upon the liver teakee
them ittl 12.teUlkIta rein:AV. when given in small deers bre
dia)Therar. . Their wear-reatime
nutkes-tdieut very acceptable anti conveuhrat tic 463 use
of women and children.
Dyspepsia, Impurity of the
From Rev. I. J. Hinter, !tutor rJA lecut Church, Realm.
Da. AY= halm tpmil your Pills avifit extraerißnary
Rieman In my family and among llama 1. tun milled to I lea.
I a diidrees.. To regulate the urgana of digiotfon and
purify the blood, they are the very beat remedy I kayo
ever known, and I can confidently retoninnitid them to
my frieu,b. • Y(.41141, J. V. /111111%.
WARELVT, Wyoming Co., N. Y., 0et..13,
DEAR SIR :1 ma 114iiig your Ottliantie in my prac
tice, and fia.l tliem nil excellent puny aivo tocienna they
system uad petrify the ji.osh , ins ff - Cer. 1•11101.
JVLIN J. 31k:Ae11.4 :4, 31. D.
Constipation, Costiveness, Suppression,
Ritexanuitisne out ~ ,' SeurnlgSa,
sy. l'aralysts, Fits' etc.
Prom Dr. J.
Too tench cannot hs 'said of your l'ills for theretrm of
cruhrcimrs. If att.: A'of at¢ fetter nits hoer fool them
as alcacious as I Isfvo, they sitptih . l.jniii nu e ill pmelshn
hag it fur th e benent of tire multitudes ,vhe sutler from
tint complaint.. witick enough lit itself, is
the progenitor of otli,rs tlott. ure,ol.rxe. I Leiters
!irons to i-it:Male in the liver, but your affect ithai
organ and cure the
From Mrs. S. Stuart, l'hy..ician and JlithelP,
find one.or of prom rill., bitten wt the
proper lime, rue trxreltrirt pr.thit,li yes ot tire.trertm,r7e,ye.
time uheu ArlioUy or partially -suppreweed, and n ho Teti
offootriai to rirrrorre Iha Vororrch nail ,rpri "'forint. • Thuy
am sr mad tiro Lent phybie re havc, that 1 ,reototrwarad
other to my put
Fawn Vie Dr. 11,1c7,.lithe
l'Ut..r , rrr lor•T_ &I.Vatirrair. ;to.. iror. ft. 14511.
. : I slmn.ld unguit‘ihil I , r tin. tssikit
your skill lbt ought me if I did not risirt my Moss to
y.u. A cohrsiittlei/ in my brunKlit on escru,
l• 1 1 ,1,1 In die ": rAisintia
first. Nolwillishouling . I L.al tiro the
Zlistisse worie uor , e. until by tit• alrice ef,!urir
excellent au'ent to dliiltititore, hr- Mackenzie. I tried yurir
.'their efferrs were go 'W. l nit surf. Ity perpererisig
iu the use ofthein, I am Dow entirely well.
SENVIT CHAMBER., 13:1t0111:01.1ge, TA.. 5 Dn. IFS 4.
Dn. AVM: I 11:11 . 0 benm entfrely curer', liy your or
Rhelonrdic that Ina.l ittliiett.l \
for years. -VINCENT SLILYALL.
rir‘Mont of die Pitts in market confein Memurr,
which. altiii•ligh a viiluntle remedy in skilful bstts.,il
&alp:ions in a public pill. (tout the, .c.)nee
qtiencts that fropwritly its iticantlisug imp. Thaw
contain no mercury.or mineral substance whatever, •
Price, :15 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes Sor $l.
Prepared by Dr. I. C. Al'Eiti& CO., Loweildliass.
Sold by C. S. & E. A. Jones,; Couderfliort;
Mann & Nichols, Miliport •,` N. J. Mills, Coles . -
burg ; Colwell & Lyman, Roulet Corei
Son; Ulysses; A B. Horton, Cushingville
and by Dealers generally • •
Nos. 3. 11,13, 15, 17 COTIBTIAND? MEET,
Near Broadway, ..New York MT.
This old-established and favorite resort of
the Business community has be'en recently re
fitted, and is complete in everthing that can
minister to the comfort of its patrons. : Ladies
and Families are specially and eartinliy pro
It is centrally located in the business part
of the city, and is contiguous to the Pfincipat
lints of steamboats; cars, 'omnibuses. ferries.
In consequence of the pressure caused.by
the Rebellion, prices hare been reduced to
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS DER DAY.
The table is amply sapnlied wittr.4ll ilio
luxuries of the season, andis equal to ghat of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample ne-Conamodationg are offereilfanp-!
ward of 400 guests. ' •
Do not lieliore runners, brfelcmen.and other's
who may say "the Western:Hotel if fall." •
• • D . -D. WINCHESTER, PrOprietor,
. Thos. D. Winchester. fvl9
ANEW AND BEAUTIFUL EEITIO;i.
Dlistakes of Educated 'Men.
BY JOHN S. ItiRT, LL. D:,
prico 50 cents,; , pnper,cor-i
ers, 25 ants. Copies of this
,h.,01c will he,
sent by mail on redeilit of the price, impbst
ago stamps. Pleasd'address -
J. C.. '.4IIII.IIGUES, Publioitscr.
112 vats Fourth Z. 4 trcit ; PhilaLiciphia,