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igit week'. •. • •
sei .p. A. STEBBINS ICZ COS new ailvt
*pears. A new fbrancit.lff business is
IThe TFeasurer's Sale of Unseated
sad Seated Lauds, in this, county, com
muise on Monday of next week.
mitirT , e extra amount of advertising
crovcded' out 'our usual amonne. of
reading matter. tear with , us patiently,
it will.be but for a week or two longer.
MINIMUM REGISTER TIIERMOMETETI,
May, 4.862.-23 d, highest, 57° ; 26th,
Ist, sth, 11th and 14th,
.average 43°. Apples blossomed, .23d;
lilacs, 26th; cherries, 10th; pluins,l3th;
pears, 15th; Siberian crab, 18th. Rain
•ed 10, 2d, Sd, 13th, 18th, 21st and 81st.
Frosts were slight, sot doing any material
injury, and occurred on the mornings of
the 4th, 7th, Bth, 24th, 25th, 29th, and
20th. The month favored us with 16
bright clear days and 5 more of only din
flying clouds—draping theskies in mourn
log only ten days during the time. K.N.i.
0053 - The i Tribune of last evening says,
in speaking of the battle at Richmond
" The divisions of Gens. Sedgwick and
Richardson were passed over the river;
driving the enemy back with the bayonet,
and literally covering the ground With his
dead." We believe this Gen. Ricl.ard 7
son's division is the one c ib which Capt.
Jones' company is stationed.
Is3k.We have the following from Capt.
Graves of the loss of Potter county in the
late conflict between the Rebels and GeM
Banks! It is more than probable ththt
manT of those put down as missing will
get into camp safe:
"I - herewith send you 'a
list of the
wounded and missing iL the action at
, Winchester, on Sunday, May 25th.186i.
Undoubtedly several of these will yet come
in; N. Brockway came Into camp while
I was writing this, he was taken prisono
but got gway from then} and came to the
river a Harper's Ferny.- .We are nc;Cv
encamped near Williamsport, Md We
left :Strasburg Saturday morning at 4
.o'clock, , ouriraggage ititi-d supply trains in
advance, also:the sick from the Hospital
at Strasburg. At New:own, ten miles
beyond Winchester, a party of ,Ashbys
cavalry charged on the advance and took.
the most of 06 sick and; several ainbti
latices and baggage wagons; the sick were
without arms. We arrived at Winches.
'ter and encampedlaying on our arms all
night. „During fhe night the pickets kept
up a constant firing. At 4. A. .M.,,they
opened upon us with round shot and shell
from twelve pieces of cannon. They alio
had thirteen infantry regiments in line;
we bad tut three and four pieces of can
mon. The Ist Brigade, Gen. Banks, was
on the left with us. Col. Gordon's Brig
ade was on the right. Their force was
overwhelmingg., We retreated back to die
river at Williamsport, distant 36 miles.
Got here about 10 P. M. of Sunday.
O. H. GII - AirES.
Lafayette Johnson, Clara
Henry :Terwillager. Clara
Henry cumraings, Harrison.
ABSENT WOUNDED AND MISSING :
Edward Bradshaw, Genesee
Harvey J. Warner, Harrison
Joel Terwillager, Clara.
Corp'l C. C. Cavanaugh, Genesee
Drummer, Geo. Washington, Harrison
Privates, Enos Munson.bswayo ,
Tbanezer Miller, Oswayo. I .
List of those who were sick in Hospi
tal -at Winchester and Strasburg..
Reuben Plants, nurse in Hospital it'
Drummer Lecester B. Stone, of Bieg--
ham, sick in Hospital at Strasburg.
Corpl.Noyes Snyder, Harrison, Wolin:
ded in Hospital at Strasburg.
Corp'l J. C. Wilkinson, °sway°, *;11
Hospital at Winchester.
Corp'l W. J. Brown, Genesee, Hospi
tal at Winchester.
J. Swift, Wharton, in Hospital at
Air Collin s S. Brigham , of Ulyesee is
zs-The following is the report of CaPt
N.J. Mills company as found in a pri g , l
"ate letter :
Corp'l Seth 11701\1E111in, Wharton. 1 1,.
. SLIGHTLY WOUNDED:
Benj. F. Bishqp, Allegany i
Charles Sehwenek, -
-- . 'MISSING : ,
' - Berg% Daniel Li:Tompkins _Allegany
Joseph -Palmetier, Sweden
, Wm. Jame:. .;kllec , atii
. ,Thos. 'AI Sinsabaugh, Wharton I
Elishi J. Horton, Ulysses: - .1,
William Ross, Wharton • . i
,f 'ltiiiii 0.: Baker Allegany • - ' ' -='l
t" 5 I min' - k e g lilu r (l -"Vrlles.4. B o - L"r:
, 1 4 ing,takttswr limn.) b - -
THf. FIGHT AT RICHMOND.
News from Gen. McClellan is up
yesterday no6n, and is highly ittiportant-
Durinra-,tremendousi ti der-storm on
_enemy made it bold effort greatly
superior numbers- te turn the right flank
of theltin;ou army, which was on the
Richmond side of - the ' , Chickahommy, not
far from the river. ' Gen. Casey's divis-
fo ming the first line of Mailadvance,
receive the tttack4and; in the; words of
the dis atch,'"gave , 'iriy , inacentintably and
disunitedly." This created confusion, of
Course,l and the guns and baggage were
host. ik't. this juncture Generafiearney
and Generaf lientileinin'brougla il t up their
divisions when a furious battle raged,
with no further advantage to us us than
i I •
bolding the enemy in check. 1 As soon
as poss l tble, the diVisions of Gen. Sedg
wick and Gen. RiChardson were passed
over t he river, and ;drove the en emy back
with te bayonet, literally covering the
groan with his dead. Thus ;ended the
work :if Saturday.' Yesterday! morning
the enetny undertook the matter snit]
but 4e everywhere repulsed. One of
their Generals (Pettigrew) and : a Colonel
named Long were taken prisoners. • Gen.
IllclClellan sayS Our loss is is heavy, while
that, of the enemy must have been enor
mons. I Most xof our ; men flught nobly,
and several splendid bayonet charges
1 we re made, the 2d Excelsior Regiment 1
ID Elkin two. It appears that the Rebels!
tried the same game as at Pittsburg Land-
I ing, aid with something likejthe same 1
result! l. . Falling upon our right with 1
a fore of probably ten to one, they hoped
to tur n the position, and throw ! our army
panic, which would give them an
easy irictory. It was doubtleas a most
desperate attempt, but fortunately a l ;
[ I I
failure. . • .
EVACUATION OF CORINTH.
Di "Hatches frod Gen. Halleck, dated
Fridawele received by the h ykrar Depart
meta on Saturday.. Be says the eneuiy's,
wprk at Corinth were very strong. On
tliat erning. the Rebels destroyed an
irinue ise amount of public and private
pr ,tierty and army stores. The roads nut
jot the town tire thickly strewn with the
arms arid haversacks of Gen. Beaure•
gard . ' ditch-hunters, and it is pretty cer
tain that his whole force is ititerly de
moralized. About 2,000 of them have
been taken prisoners, among thew nearly
the w hole i of the 13th Louisiana. Not a
few (Jf them , cre - deserters. The Rebels
begat) to run .on Thursday hight, and
went southward until they were stopped
at a bridue burned by the Union skir
mishers, -when they were, 'milted svet•t
wardltoward Grand Junction, to get down
the New Orleans Railroad. i Rumors 1
current among the citizens Of Corinth '
state that Richmond had been evacuated,
and Memphis was_almost deserted. That
precious traitor Van Dorn has a consid
erable-force of. Indians in his • command,
; I _
b ard's army.
We have our special dispaLches from
Coriuth to Saturday afternoon. On that
morning General Pope marehed into the
place, finding horic but women and chil
dren to greet him.l The Mayer came out
to meet hid, and ;made a forinal surren
der. The Rebels: had carried off every
thing, even the letters in the Post-Office.
They went. moving . westward toward
Grand Junction, Bra gs; holding the rear
guard with 10,00€ i men. Th e people say
there, were never more than' stool) men
there at once, and for ' most. Of the time
not near so many.- - They assert that
Reauregard ;was there'in person.
A brief dispatch frem Cairo'to'Chieago
says -that a'refugee from Arkansas re
ports 'little Rock in the hands of the
Union troops, and the flight, of the Leg
islature.' The " Governor had fled . from
the State, ';and Was supposed. to 'be at
Jackson, Miss.- This mews seems prob
able, as we had hnt a few. days since in
telligence that„the.Union forces were but
a short distance north of Little Rock, and
that the place was quite undefended.—
Arkansas may be •counted -once more as
a Upion State. 1 • - '
Gen. Banks isl rapidly'.recovering the
ground lost by his retreat.,The enemy
are rapidly ifalling back, probably
alarmed at the prospect of
Fremont, or greont, both; la' their rear:
On Friday-morning four "companies of
Rhode. Island cavalry re-possessed Front-
,olit the Rehels, taking six
; officers . and 'l5O Privates, 'recapturing 18
lof our own troops, and losing, but eight
killed, 'five' wounded' attd bde missing:
; Martinsburg andStrasbura• arei abandoned
by the enemy, and his for, are now
back 'near their quarters before they as
sailed Front Royal.' ' 06"Sa6rda3r,, the
sth New York Cavalry - passed through
Martinsburg, and several miles beyond.
where they found the "enemi's cavalry,
captured several prisoners, and re-took an
American Sag. -
Onthe -*h ult. the Provost l!aarshal
at Ship ! lsland, -with ,a; detatchment of
troops,- made a visit :.to to - Biloxi ; and de
itroyedlhe telegrnph'coMtinanitating with
Ocean Springs and,,,New Orleans. He
feund :considerable 'latent' Union feeling,
but the Orsistent lying of the :Rebels—
who insisted that their army had whipped
the Yankees at= Corinth ; and was steadily
driving them North=-'prevented any open
dernonstration. All the able-bodied men
were ',Whig drafteci; care being taken to
get vy Ivho might be suspected" of
Fugitives,arrived at Norfolk on Friday,
direct from Richmond, say that the Reba
els are 200,000 strong, but are .on half
rations and filled With - dii3Content.: Davis
is .going, to make the streets , run with
blood before he surrenders. ,There is
very little dependence to be placed in
these stories, or indeed in any stories told
by fugitives. They either invent fictions
complete, or distort a few facts into wild
ComMunication has been established
between Gen. Mc'Claim's arwy and our
omnboats, in James River. The Galena
is badly cutup by the Rebel bhttery, and
must go,into dock for repairs. I
AI refugee from Memphis states that
the. Rebels have been obliged to abandon
their gubboats for lack of coal, The boats'
guns have been taken to Fulton and Ran
dolph. r At Fort Wright the Rebels have
constructed a bridge to facilitate their
retreat, in case of the capture of their.
There is soon to be a grand Union dem
onstratitm at Norfolk. Nearly Z;000 cit
izens have already taken the: oath, and
large.nuathers come in daily. Shouid the
sentiments of the proposed ineeting be
favorable, we may expect too" port to be
opened to trade very soon.
,Majot General Dix has gone to For-,
tress Monroe to take - command of the
Departipent of Virginia, and Major-Gen.
Wool, report says, is to command at Bal
There ums a report at Norfolk: on Fri
day, that the Rebels either had abandoned
Petersburg or would soon do so.
Governor Curtin, countermanding, the
order for three months' Volunteers, 7 ‘con.
gra tulates the people of Pennsylvania on
the information, received from the War
Departioent, that the emergency which
1 seemed; to. the Government of 'the 'United
States 'so imperatively to demand their
immediate service, no longer exists, and
would also commend the patricitie zeal and
alacrity manifested in every section of the
Commonwealth,to meet it.' ; lin to Tues.
day, when this Order- was given, about
TWENTY THOUSAND Volunteers had al
ready been offered •from PetinSylvania!
New r,orlt started off several Regiments
in one br two days Massaehuse'tts was
mustering by hundreds and thousands
—and ibad not the emergency been so
promptly met, doubtless, by this day,Two
llundred Thousand more , Volunteers
would have been found with ; their faces;
toward;. Washington ! Such; a sublime'
patriotic devotion—such a spontaneous
uprising of - the people at the end of a
year's War and the opening of the warm
and harvest season—must convince.the
Rebels; and all Europe, that ;th g e friends
of the Union are in earnest fOr its eutire,
comple;te preservation ! •
Recruiting for the First Union Regi
,Nlaryland—so cut up at Front
RoyalL-Is l goingon briskly at Baltimore.
The Rebels and England acknowledge
at last, the "Sufficiency" of the Southern
The G-randfu t ther of Gen. Halleck still
lives, near Utica, N. Y., one: hundred
years of age.
/gerThe following concerning the es
cape of Orlando 3. Reese, of -this place,
we find in the. Tribune of last ,night :
Commissary-Sergeant , Reese of the
46th Pennsylvania, was .cut off by the en
emy. at Middletown. He returned to
Strasburg and concealed hiMself in the
woods. At daylight on Sunday; morning
he heard the reveille beat by ten rebel
regiments, who, an hour later, left tawn
and took the turnpike up the valley to
ward Woodstock. This force did not par
ticipate in Sunday's fight, atuL probably
went to Harrisonburg to intercept Fre
mont's army from coming to our rescue.
Reese; loft his hiding place and was pnr
sued through the woods 15 Miles by some
Rebel' cavalry, passing on his .ivay two
wounded men of the Connecticut sth.
Gen. Seigel is in Washin l gton and is
expected to take a command 'on the
Fight at RichmOnd.
Oui loss in the two days' !engagement
in killed and wounded will amount . to
about l 3oo. A great number are missing
who *lll probably return, having strayed
All of the enemy killed anu
the wounded fell into our hands. :
Gen. McClellan arrived at the battle.
field on Saturday evening, where be has
remained ever since, directing all the
moyeinents in person. His presence
among the troops had a most splendid
For separate charges with the bayo.:
net were made donne vesterilay. In one
instate the enemy were driven a mile,
during which one hundred and seventy
thren Rebels were killed by the bayonet.
Col. Miller of the 81st Pennsylvania
and Col. Ripley of Pittsburg !ere killed.
PRICiI CITHRENT, : - .!,
Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB
. BUTS li r - CO4 71V14:desale ' andi : ROtil
- ' bealera in Groceries and Provisionsi .
oppOsiteD.F. Glasstalre's Hotel,_; i
Coudersport, Pa.! 1 •: i I
Apples; men, re bush., '• , ' s64, i i
to I . 0
do dried,. - 44 . 1 . lOO 2 0
Bre:sa' 2 's, -i' - . 14 _-- :. i 100: 10 -
BeiswaxAß .th.,: , , 20 - 5
Beef, - _ - " .' . ` 4 5
Berries, dried., ? quart • •'i' i l 8 216
Buckwheat, 7 -bush., P, . . - - -37} 44
Butter,":/? lb., •: - ~ 1 1.2. • IS
Cheese. - 4 6 .. , 111 - ' ; 7 it)
Corn, 1? bush,, '' : - 75 48
Corn Meal, per cat, : - ' 1•;50 175
Flour, extra, , 1 1 1
do superfine "
vel lb., - • I
Honey, per lb,
Lard, a •
Maple Sugar; per 1b.,. i
Onions, I '
Pork, % bbL,
do 741 h.,
do in rhole hog, 70:
Potatoes, per bush.,
Peaches, dried, lb.,
Rye, per bush.,
do `4 sack,
'Trout, per .3bbl.,
Wheat, %I bush.,
White Fish, .9 I bbl.ik
S2SIEritiPLOF PLIENT: $l5 I
We will pay from 1 525 to. Vis per month )
and all expenses, to active Agentt or give a
commission. Particulars sent free!, Address
ERIE SEICING MACHINE CoMPANT, R. JAMS,
General Agent, lililati4;Ohlo, stalky •
The Confessions land)
PERIENCE- of an Invalid. ,Published
-EA for the henefit and, a's a warning and a
caution to young men trite suffer from NervOus
Debility, Premature Decay, &e., supplying at
the same time the means of self-cure. By one
who has cured himself after being put to grleat
expense through medicalimposition andquao.-
ory. By enclosing a Post-paid addressed en
velope. single eopies may be had of the author,
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq., Bedford,Rings
county, New York.--llarlaspnly 11. • 1
Potind f s of WOOl. I
1 7 011 , wkich the Highest Market Price will be
P. A. STEBBINS & C
Condemport, June, 1862
Sheriffs Sales. ; f
BY virtue of sundrff xcrits of 'Vend. Ez., A 4 1 Fa.
and Leo. Fa. issued out of the Court Of Com Mon
Pleas of Potter Co., Penn, and to me directed, I
shall expose to public sale or oulery, dl the Court
House in Coudersport, on MONDAY the 123 d
of Tune ' 1862, at one O'clock, p.m., the folloiping
described tracts or paicels of land, :
111 certain tract of lend situate in Abbot \Tp,
Potter Co-, Penn., Beginning at 11, beech I.rer
the original N W corner of warrant No 5078
thence E 00 perches to a 'corner, thence p 47
and 4-10th perches to a Omer, thbnce 90
perches to a coriaer, thence N;47 and 4-1 ths
perches to a corner, the place of ;beginning,
Containing Twenty-fire acres and allowance
of 1 and 8-10ths acres fox roads, about twelve
acres of which are improved, three or four
acres chopped, and4m which are erected [ lone
frame house and one log barn and some fruit
'trees therebn. Seized, taken in execution tnd
to be sold as the property_ of ..facoft FZunde/.
ALSO—A certain; tract of land situate in
Clara Tp, Potter co., Penn Bounded on \ the
east and south by lands of gala Stevens and on
the west by , lands of Julius Malt,' being a tri
angular piece of land, Containing about 'ten
acres, about six acres.of which :are improved.
Seized, taken in execution and' to be 'sold! as
the property.of Beufanzin G. Slava.
ALSO—A certain; tract of land situate in
Wharton Tp, Potter' cb:, Pa., Bounded on t.lte
Nby jot now or lite in posses-don of Attics
Ayres, E by First Fork of Sidi:tenni:toning, S
by lot of Jn Bearfield and unseated lands, and
W by lot now or late in possession of Thomas
Mahan, containing. Fifty acres, snore or less,
being part of warrantNd 4926, about Twenty
five acres imprevedovith 2 frame houses, .1
frame Barn, 1 Blacksmith shop,l school house,
and some fruit trees thereop. seized, taken
in execution, and to be sold as the property of
John Mason 1
ALSO—The following described building
and lot of ground, to wit : A 'Certain steam
Shingle mill 36'ft long and 30 ft wide wi li 2
floors ,one on the ground and the other abJont
8 or 9 feet above it with an addition thereto
to cover the boiler and arch at the south of
the mill, and attached l to main building 12 ft. I
wide and extending by the east end some 10
or twelve ft. Also; a dwelling house 31 ft long
by 16 ft wide with 14 ft posts one story and a
half high with a leant° on the:east side of said
building 12 feet wide the length of,the house,
One story high. On the west side of suldbund
ing an addition 30 ft long and 16 ft wide one
story high and the lot or piece Of ground ap
i purtenant to said buildings, described-as foi
-1 lows: Beginning in the Centre of the road I ad
ing from the Honeyoy road to the eleven ile
(called the Butter creek road) at • the p int
where the west line of Peter B. Fredricks 14nd
in warrant No- 5878 crosses said road In
one half mile'easterly front the IlOneyoy q
thetice along-the centre of said road south
east 40 perches, thence north (4 ps to the
ter creek) 14 perches to a post corner, t
west 39. and 7-10ths perches 'te a post co
in the west line . of said DedrickS'land, th
by said line south 9 and 1-10th'perehes
place of beginning, [containinm two acres
138 perches, beingituated in Sharon Tp, I
ter co., Pa. Seized, taken in ciecution I!
to be sold as the,property of Z. q Hill., ' 1
W3I. F. BIIIt,T ; Sheriff.
Conderspbri, June 2, 1862 ' 'J
At a meeting of the Town 'Council of the
Borough of Oondersport, held on the 16th Inst.
the' following amendirient to the Pound Laws
was unanimously adopted, as , follows :
The Burgess and Town Ocittucil of the Bor
ough of Coudersport hereby ordains Tha l l the
second Section ofOrdinance for R*alatin the
Pound Law passed August 5 1650, stall be so
amended as to require the payment of ;One
Dollar to the Pound Master for taking in land
delivering out each ;horse, inare,;or colt-that,
may be hereafter impounded inlaccorthince
with said Ordinance :and all Ordinances or
Reguldtions conflicting hereWithj are hereb;
repealed. , •
Wi, is R..METZGER, Barges pie tem,
Attest: Jorrx M. flentr.roy, See'y.
ROWN SUGAR for 10' cents per perm
and County orders taken. at!B's..cens
the dollara at the. Post Oikce Stm.
71,1 is 7,
1.1 - I
I• 1 '
Purchised daring !the recent panielted grew
decline in Goods in New Tork.
DRY • ;16-(:)0DS,
7.00, 8 00
Lui.diSs /Dress Goods,
HATS and CAPS.
i• 50 75
16,00 18 60
, • 25
BOOTS 'and SHOES.
, , 4
11 2 i
cAocw - ERY,
F l azioy
woof; Twine, Wall Paper,
We respectfully finite a call, reeling confident
that we cal supply the wants of 'an on terms
to their satisfaction, giving better Goods for
less MONEY .than can be bad at any other
Hansa in ;Potter or adjoining counties.
' , • - [
We bal:a al s o added to our well-known stock
of goeds; a new and complete stock of
1 ' I
P. MAIN AND SECOND STREETS
1 , Oils, Varnishes,
es, Dye Stuffs,
, Corks. Bottles.
ALL OF WRICri
win Ito sold
, at the
Y tOWEiT lUMS
i l FOR
ail to Cali arid See !
TEBBINS & CO.
'XErfr - GTO - 01AS
TEST ariived 'and for sale at !air price.s,asd
*I for READY4,PAY EXCLUSIVELY, a gen
assortaimit of !few Goods; such as .
FARM vi_ois, -- % •
RATS and OAPS,
" °Li/TEO:Nat; ii - 64
- ,- BOOTS and SHOES.
A IFtr*Ai sturrro $5.00
Dry Goiadsh - Groceries,
SCHOOL tobics:= .. f
BLUE FISH, MACKEREL, COD, alpi HALI-
BUT, Etc., Etc., kc, &a.; and so fourth.
CASH take at - Par.
CREDIT ta en- - 00000000 -
COUNTY O RDERS at. . - • 90 Cts.
ULYSSES SCHOCL ORDERS at . - Par.
ULYSSES TOWN ORDERS at 88 Cts..
PRODUCE at' What it Ja *Drib.
Good ASHES at ' - 8 tO 12 Ots.
Brookland, (formgrly Cashinkville) •
/Mal 14, 1862.
List of Venders of Merchandise and their
Chin:Mention of Potter *laity for the
F. T. Suhr
C. S. - it E. A. Joins - 13
E. N. Stebbins g BriN - 13
Olmsted & Kelley 14
D. E. Olmsted • 13
E. IC. Spencer I 14
Collins Smith l4
J. S. Mann 14
Colwell k Weston
Mann•& Nichols • 14
A. W. Humphrey 14
Canfteidk Skelton • 14
l 3: S. Colwell 14
Barclay & Brainard 14 * -09
• Notice is hereby given that a Coutt of Ap
peil will be held at the Cemmisaioner's Office
in Coudersport on the 25th day of June nati
at which time and place all persons aggrieved
by the foregoing appraisement will, be heard
and suck abatements made as are deeined
lust and proper. JEROME CHEESBBO,
• Mercantile Appraises.
THE FAMILY SOAP .31A,KER.
All Kitchen Grease can be made into good
SOAP; by using Salionifier !
DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACII BOK
Soap is 'as easily made with it, as making
• a cup of coffee. •
Manufactured only by the Patentees.
No. 127 ;Walnut street, Phi/adelpfiiat
Petty.: 1, 1862. ly
NOTICE TO EVERYBODY.
HOUSE. SIGN AND WAGON PAINTER, PAPER
HANGER AHD GLAZIER.
THE undersigned wishes to inform the pub
lic 'of Coudersport and vicinity that he
will attend to all work entrusted to him.
Particular attention paid to Paper-Hanging.
Shop with John Reckhow, east side of the
Cant House. - F. L BACKUS,
Coudersport, April 30 6m
OANISE RAGA MIMS
SUPERFINE FLOUR for $1.35 per Sack,
$5.25 per Barrel.
of desc as cheap as can be afford
ed, at the POST OFFICE STORE.
Feb. 19, 1862
111 HE Att4ntic Monthly for , Tebrnary ifi re.;
ceived l and for sale at the Post Office.
A LSO, 17 1 ,orper, Peterson and the new'Aceer
-11. lean Patriotic Monthly—The Continental.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A. SANDBERG..&' 13RO'S
Tanners and Corriere,
HAVE also established a
3lanafactorY, opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
in the room formerly occupied by J. B. Smith.
They offer their" Boots and Shoes.at a
ILOWER RATE THAN THE SAME QUALITY RAVE
EVER BEEN SOLO .IN . PUTTER BOUNTY,
And they Rill have nothing but the best work
men and the best , stock that the country will
produce, and money and labor can procure.
THEY FEEL, CONFIDENT THAT THINK
WORK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION.
Hides, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts
taken at the Highest Market Price.
GIVE US A - TRIA.TA I
Coudersport, Pa., March 19
P. A. STEBBINS & CO.
Have just received a
NEW. LOT OF
Which they are
SELLING VERY Low MR
MrcTi it 1862.
SUBSQRIPTIONS forwar.ed Eta% any of toe
standard publications, and bonito procnr.
ed froth Boston, Philadelphia or -New Ypik,
on thorOtotice. Give, us_a. call at the '
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