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'THE POTTER COUNTY 3OURN
Is the only ;paper published in Potter ciitna A
simulates among 'itti bitelligent class tif peo
pie, and is thus an excellent medium ftii hot 7
City and Country Advertising.
Transient Adveitisements and those from
distance unlit ha Cash or have responsible re'
All comtannicittions, to receive attend..
mast be directed to the Editor, andca c tus"
the name of the - writer. No attention paid t
TERMS.=—One copy,one year, $1; Six copies
$5 ; Twelve copies, $lO ; Twenty copies, $1:
with one to the pirson raising the Club.' TIT
money must accompany the names.
crwiersport, We!lmlay Zitemize Bov. 19; 1:
iteg6See,New Advertisements :
Land Sales—Stiff Burt.
New Goods—Lucien Bird.
Notice—George Boal. • '
Home Jonynal—Morris & Willis.
Employment—Alvord T. Parsons.
HolidayPresents—Englebard & Sche
List of Letters—John S. Mann.
ing..Don't forget the Hospital Aid 'o,
eiety. A box is to be eent on kNonda
*A few extra copies of the Journa
',entail:lin the List of Volunteers fro
this County, are for sale at this office.
Iterßeads the advertisement of th •
HOME JOUZNAL. It promises many ad
ditional attractions for the coming year.
D LADY'S 800 K..—The D,;ceml
ber number of this magazine, which Ns!
hay. received, rt , esents a beautiful app
pearance. Finer 'engravings we pere
saw, especially those of “Found in thi
, Snow," and •Christmas." We know ;oi
no better family magazine now publisheA
Everybody should have it. ;Its moral in
social influence can be perceivediu ever
household whore it, is read. ,
THE DIFFERENCE.—GeneNtoiftre hom •
.of James "S. Wadsworth, gave him 14D
majority. The tows of Pompey, Chin
.daga Co., the place of Mr. Seymons'fi
birth, gives , a majority of 209 for General
Wadsworth, and Oneida eountr,the horn i e
.of Seymour, goes against him V 5004
sts.The - Southern Confederacy in its
, 00nseriptiou law exempts editors. The
law mai down there consider the pen
a valuahld' aid to the sword, as the former
•concentrates public opinion while the las
ler enforces it.
taJci the -U. S. Court, Judge Nelson
in his charge to the Grand Jury,said that
'the law 'passed. -by Congress at its Oast
session in regard to small bills of corpor
ations is unconstitutianal, and that no at
•toution should be paid to complaints
:against such. issues.
THE SUNDAY . SGROOL
paper is published weekly,at the extreme
low price of one dollar a year. 'lt is
taker, extensively as a family parer', and
is equally interesting to parents and:their
:children. A apeciwen copy way be ob
tained by addressing the pablishers,J.C.
GARRIGUES c CO., Philadelphia, Pa
WRO 11.44:.VE GONE. TO W.i...u.,?—LThe
gsficial canvass in this county shows a fall
ing off from the Republican vote of 1,860,
of 1,131; while the falling off froth the
Democratic vote of that pear is itritl 69.
Who doubts which party has furnished
the most soldiers for the war in this .Coup
to 1— Olean Tunes. 1
, • 1
The exatninattons of Teachers foi the
Winter Schools are advertised to 'take
place as follows : . 1
Lewisville Nov. 22
Harrison Valley, Nov. 24
Bingham Center Nov. 25
Ellisburg ' Nov. 2t3
Greenman School house Nov. 27
Os ;vivo . Nov. 2S
Sharon Center Nov. 29
Mr. Israel's Burt's Dec. 1
Dutch Town Dec. 2
Coudersport Dec. 3 -:
... Bird School Rouse ' Dec. i
Sunderlinville - Dec. 6
Mouth of West Branch Dec. 8
Gertisania Dec. 9
Olsona , Dec. 10
Mr. Stephen Horton's , Dec. 12
. Mr. Win. Burleson's Dec. 13
Time of commencing 10 o'clock, A.M.
Materials for writing will be needed
WeAre in receipt of this popular Lady's
Meg:tibia for December. It is a splendid
number. The title page for 1863,Icon
%lining portraits' of the chief contributors,
is very handsome. "Peterson" will be
.greatly improved in 1863. It will . con
tain 1000 pages of double column re ading
matter; 14 steel plates;
12 colored tecll
fashion plates; 12 colored patterns ih
Berlin work, embroidery or crochet; and
000 wood engravings—proportionatety
ntorie l than any other periodical gives.
Its Stories and novelets are by the best
Irritant. In 1868 , Four Original Oopy
tight Novelets will be given. Its Pasn
lONS ARE ALWAYS THE LATEST !AND
Pittrrtzsr I Every neighborhood ought
to make up a Oa. Its price is but Two
Derxhate a year, or a dollar less ` ; 'than
Magazines of its class. IT IS THE Mmij-
Anna FOR TM TIMES I To clubs,
obeaper still, viz :—three copies fok SS,
five for 87.150, or eight for $lO. To every
person getting up a club, the Publisher
will send an extra comgratis, as a[p+
vaunt, or a large sized ate= otint i for
framing, "Bunyan Parting fratalAis
Blind Child in Prison," Spectmeris
seat (if written for) to those wishing to
.get up clubs. Address. post-paid,
CHARLES J. PETERSON, I
306 Chestuut Etreeti.Philadelphia.
Loot sou Yorpatvss.—Since the introduc
tion of DeLand Co's Chemical Saleratus,the
common andinfertor articles called Saleratns,
have continued to find their tii.y to market ;
but nbne, need be deceiTed whn will look for
themselves.. The lenuine Article Is done up
an bright red papers, and so) labelled that those
who have seen one pdelegge will always know
when they see Another. Call for DeLand k
Co's CheitinAltalefaths,and if you do not find
it whetA you trade, depend upon it there is
Something wrong, for it can be sold by all re
talik?s at a fair prat.
In Sweden, Sept. 16th 1862, HELEN
ADELLA, aged 7 years and 6montbs; also,
Oct, 2d,.ALICE EUGENIE,, aged 8 years and
7 months; daughters of Leroy and 11alvina
Wanted, oft account, at this Office.
1106 all whom it may concern:
1 Ale list of Internal Revenue Assessments
for the county of Potter, will be open for in
speetion at the Wee of A. Rounsville, in Con
det.sport, critic Decetatier Sth, 1862 :
The Atteisti will hold an ',Appeal at the
Court House, PA Coudersport, for Potter Co.-,
on the sth and 6th of December, 1862, when
he will adjust any difficulties - that *may haVe
arisen from improper assessments.
GEORGE BOAL, Ast'essor of Internal
Revenue, for the lath Collection District.
November 10,662. '
For Sale or to Let.
MBE Steam Saw and Grist Mill at Germa
nia, Abbot township, Potter county, Pa.
Doing an excellent business ; a Ars!, rate stand
for an industrious man with; some capitaL
Those reflecting must apply soon to
WILLIAM RADDE, 300 Broad way, N. Y.
Or at the Mill at Germania.
August 27, 1862.
For upwards, of three year. past, I have
been engaged in a business ) whims has yielded
me at the rate of Three Thousand Dollars per
annum, but beingtlesirous of going to Europe
in the course of a few months for the purpose
of there introducing the business, I am willing
to teeth it to any one Who will send use One
Dollar. The business is no humbug, but of a
highly useful and general character, adapted
both to cities and villages, aPd one that any
person of ordinary capacity; Young' or old,
male or female, can acquire with a few hours'
practice, and by which they can secure a very
handsome income, ,Several young ladies who
have received instructions from me, both in
New York State and Pennsylvania, are earn
ing upwards of Fifteen Dollars per week by it,
and there is no reason why any one else can
nettlo the same. Invalids, even, can do well
by it, as it is no peddling affair; but a business
that is perfectly respectable. Gentlemen and
ladies of leisure who would like ,to learn the
business for their own amusement 'or pleasure,
will find the practice of it a pleasant pastime,
'and one that they will take great interest in.
'On receipt of One Dollar I will' send printed
instructions by which any person can readily
acquire the art, And these instructions will
also contain every particular relative to the
carrying it on so that it will be highly profit
able. The purchaser of the "printed instrac
lions" Will also be authorized to' teach it to
others; and I bare sometimes received as high
as Two Hundred Dollars for teaching it per
sonally to a single individual. II would state
further, that Two Dollars and Filty`Cents or
Three Dollars will buy everything that is
necessary to commence the business with,
and the articles can be got almost anywhere,
in city or country, or, if preferred, I can fur
nish them. Addre ss, ALVOD T. PARSONS,
No. 36 Liberty Street, New York.
ENGLEHARD SCHELL,. Importers of
Watches, 'New' York, have just received an
Invoice of the most elegant styles of Watches
that have ever keen impofted into this country,
and offer them at one-third less than the
usual prices for much inferior styles. We
would call attention especially to an 18 carat.
Gold Hunting-Cased Lever, of Superior ele
gance, visually sold at $B5, which we can
sell tor. $35.
THE INVOICE MIMES; ALSO.
LAMES open.face 18 carat• Gold Watches, ofi
superior excellence and great beauty, usually I
sold for $35, which we offer for $23.
The same Watch, precisely, but with
hunting case, usually sold for,frora $45 to
$5O, we sell for $2B.
Ladies' size, open face, usually sold for $lB,
we sell for 10 Dollars.
Ladies' size, hunting case, usually sold for $25
we Sell for 12i Dollars.
These are very beautiful.
aentlernen's open face, usually :sold for $l5,
we sell fora Dollars.
Gentlemen's open face, usually sold for SI , S,
we sell for 11 Dollars.
Gentlemen's open face, usually 'sold for $2O,
we sell for 12 Dollars.
Gentlemen's open face, usually sold for $25,
ere sell for 14 Dollars.
For Gentlemen's hunting case We charge $2
to 2.4 Dollars more. •
The Army Watbh.
These were orcered expressly for the army,
and are deemed suitable in every respect.
They consist of—
Very elegant styles of Silver hunting case
Lepines, far 10 Dollars.
Very elegant styles of Sifter hunting ease
Levers, 14 Dollars.
Very elegant styles of heavy gold plate one sil
ver, from $lO to 14 Dollars.
These last are superb.
We have received, also, a new style of
bunting cased shell pattern Watch : the case
is sliver heavily plated with gold, and is the
most beautiftil watch of the kind WO have
ever seen, for $l9.
Gentlemen's Vest Chains, &o.
w 3, fill orders, also, for every variety of Jew.
elm'and at mucii less than the usual prires,
'Ws PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES on goods sold
by us. Money may be sent either in registered
letters or by express. Address,
BNOLEHARD 6c SPIBLL,
54 Liberty street, New York.
LIST OF LETTERS, remaining in the
Post Office at Coudersport, November 11,
1862 C. Aylesworth, H. Cook e Laura Kenyon,
Joseph A. Leonard, Wilber McKenna, Mary
Riley, M. Shuart, S. B. Stebbins, Mrs. H.
Wells, B. T. Welsh. JOU S. MANN, P. IL
ÜBSCRMTIONS forwarded for any of the
standard publications, and hooks procur
ed from .Boston, Philadelphia or New York
on short notice. Give us Y call at the
LIST OF CAUSES for trial in the Court of
Common Pleatrof Potter county, at December
Herron & Laughlin vs T Burdia
Fay Bradley& Dwight vs TJPeleg & G Burdic.
W T Jones vs Wm Jordan
Hannah If Wharton vs It . W Mclntyre
Wli Metzger,admr., kc. vs. W T .4 A F Jones
T Jones d; Bro vs J M.Kilbourn
A Baring et al Trustees kc vs C King et of •
" ""vs W T Jones & T West
Moses Racket vs J BroWn garnishee of Hall
Cottfellk Lyman vs Charles Chandler
Amor Fairbanks vs Lewis Wood
L Canfield vs Fred BrookS,Garnishee,kti
J 0 Mercerean et al vs P B Dedrfok
Commonwealth vs Woodard k Shetditth
" James Bartron
H. J. OLMSTED, Prot/ey.
Cou'dersport r Nov. 10, 1862,
)4§.,,The forfokving is tba List of jitiols for
December TerM, t 862:
Abbott=-Jacob 0111weiler, Christian Miller •
Coudersport—S. D. Kelly, D. W. Spente
Hector—B. Blackman, D. W. Haven
Pleaiatit Valley—lsrael Burt
Itouletz—Wm. Boyington, Peter Yentzer,
Vedtii- - S. M. Bassett, C. L. Cariaw
Dlysses--:-Nathan Fuller, J. A. Douglass,
Wharton' -- Janes Bartron, Jr. •
West Srarteh-:-LL. F. Rice.
Abbott,—=Win Yockhatn, Chas Busher, Chas
Dinghara—Amos Newton, G W Co!tin
Coudersport—George Manley, OH Crosby
BnlaliaiL D Spofford
Gen'este—Joseph Wehster,ll 0 Perry,Chas
Harrison—Benjamin Ervay, W H Harrison.
Henry Judd, Nathl Hubbard, H S Beebe, It
Hector—James Douglas, Arabs kilboarti,
Joseph Sunderlin. Lewis Golden-.
Homer—R T Clain, Jacob Pee ;Chas Knic
Oswayo---NC Goff, B F Lyman, Jos Lawfon
G W Bradlee
Pleasant Valley—George Weimer
Ronlet—George Weiderish, Lyman Burt,
W R Pomeroy
Sharon—A W Tones,L W Dodge,: F Barnes
Sweden—Wm J Brown
Ulysees—C P Cady, N H HaHoek, H Cush
ing, H H Chamberlin, Lorenzo Drake, Jno Gee
Wharton— -E H Hopkins.
National Family Journal.
The Home Journal for 1863.
EDIT= BY MORRIS k WILLIS
We 110 e much pleasure in- informing the
public that on* of.our contributors for the
corning year trill be our friend and colleague
THEODORE S. FAY.
We confess to 'uncommon pride and pleasure
in this renewal of intercourse with the friend
and intimate of other days, ad we look to be
felicitated fot it, by the established readers
who constitute the family of the Home journal;
But we Imre in preparation ; for the coming
VERY THRILLING STORIES.
Some of the ablest of living pens are engaged
for in translating from the French and
German; and our own original narrative 'wri
tersare among the first.
We are fortunate, also, in travelers gone
abroad who are literary contributors; and we
are anticipating for our readers a most agree
able surprise - in the quality of these . •
Sketches of Travels and adventures.
But the feature of our journal which we
have not yet mentioned is perhaps the most
recierche of all, its prominence as
The Exponent of Refined Society.
Our correspondence with the leaderAof fashion
in New York and the other capita* is espe
cially valuableAn this respect, keeping us un
mistakably informed of the changes and pro
gress of what is Commonly understood by the
"gay woild." As We have taken sortie pains
to arrange the resources of thii new feature,
we speak confidently of its liven:Bee of enter
' tainment to our large circle of readers. In
'this departthent, foreign journals are endlessly
'inventive ; and, With our industrious ransack
ing of these, we are sure to select, for the pe•
culiar taste to which we minister, a most re
lishing,banq u et.
Will give the Journal thel rzonstanl a tten tiod i
as betore. Of the goings on, in the eventful
scenes and places of the Country, Mr. Willis'
penult' give photographs, as usual General
Morris's Songs and Sketches Will be embroi
dered on the thread of the passing moment ;
as tap have always been. Bonn of the best
intellects of the land are enlisted for us,
and We think we may promise to hold our
place as the journal *bleb best enables the
Family to keep conversant with the World.
TERMS—For one copy,.s2 ; for three copies,
ss—or one copy for three years, $5; for a
club of seven copies, $10; fora club of fifteen
copies, $2O ; and at that rate fora larger club
—always in advance.
Address 110E.RIS k WILLIS,
Editors & Proprietors, 107 Fulton Street,
Orphan's Court Sate.
t Virtue of of Order issued out of the
Orphan's Court of Potter county, direct
ed to Wm. P. Cool ; administrator of the estate
of John T. Bennett, late of Dinglial toftship,
dec'd, the following described piece of land
will be sold at the Court House in
COUDEESPORT, TUESDAY, December i 16,
1862, (Court Week) to wit:
Beginning at a post the south-west cotter
of this and the south-east corner of lot No: 2,
thence north one hundred and fifty-six perches
to a post on the State line the north-west cor
ner of this lot, thence south eighty-eight and
onezfourth degrees - east along the State line
fifty-five porches and seven-tenths of a perch
to a post the north-east corner of this lot,
thence south along the west line of lot No. 4
one hindred and fifty-four perches and two
tenths of a perch to a post the south-east cor
ner of this lot and the sonth-weit corner of
lot No. 4, thence west fifty-five perche's aid
seven-tenths of a perch to the plate of begin
ning, containing FIFTY .ACRES and NINE
TENTHS OF AN ACRE, with the usual allow
ance of six per cent. for Roads, Am., be the
same more or less, being lot No. 3 and part of
warrant No. 12391 n Bingham township,Potter
county and State of Pennsylvania,- on which
is some fire acres improvement.
, WM. P. COOL, Admer.
Nor. 15, 1862. tS-
Astiay. - , 4
, ~ . .
Came to the premises of the subs ber, in
Homer township, soinellx weeks ago,l,a,Dark
HedlYearling Heifer? The hWriervill prove
prolierty, pay ; charges and take.ber alway, or
the Will be sold accordi.g to law. .1
1 JOHN LEONARD. .
Homer tp., Nov, 12, 1862. , .
WHEREAS the Hon. RObert Cr :l Whits'
President Judge, and the HOna l , C. S.
Jones and G. G. Colvin, Aadociate Stftlges or
thelCourts of Oyer AC Terminer and General;
'Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of thil Peace,
Orphans' Court and !Court of Common Pleas
for the Count) , of Potter, have issued their
precept,. bearing date the eighteenth i day of,
Sept, in the year of our . Loa - ono thou
sand eight hundred and dixiy-two, and to Ins
directed,for holding a Court of Oyer and Term
iner and General Jail Delivery, Quarter Ses
sions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, at+ Court
of Conimon Pleas, in the I3oroughof Cuuders - -
port, on MONDAY, the 15th day df Dec.
next, and to continue one iveZk
Notice is therefore hereby given to the 'Car;
oners, Justices of the Peace and Coustabbis
within the county, thattb'ey be then add there
in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock! 31. of
said day, with their rtdlS, 'records, quisi
dons, examinations,•and other rememt4ances,
to do these things which to their offices ap
pertain to be done. 'And those who ark bound
by their. tetogsHdzances to proseaute against
the prisoners that are or shall be in th jail of
said county of Potter, are to be then a dd there
to prosecute against them as will be ji.6t.
Dated at COrDERSPORT, Nov'r 4; 180; and
the 84th year of the Indepuiden ce of tl2dllaited
States of America.
,Vll. P. BURT, Sheriff.
- r --
In pursuance of an,order of the Orphans'
Court for the Comity of 'Potter, the lunder
signed. Administrator and .Admidistratrix of
the estate of George A. Benton, deceased-, will
expose to public sale, on Saturdity the
29th day of November, A D= 1862, at Ijo'clock
P. M. of said day, at the Court Mous in the
Borough of Cbuderaport,the interest of }lb e de
cedent - in the folloWing described reali estate,
to wit: Bounded on the North by Ltits Nos.
98 and 105, od the East bY Lots Nos. 105 and
139, on the South.bp p - artslof Lots N s. 108
and 120, tin'd ort the West by. Urinate Lands
and lot No. 120, contdining 109 acre. 4 and 6
tentU of .an -acre being part of Lot to. 108
of the allotment of lands of Dr. George Fox,
Trustee, and Situate in' he Township Of Alle
gany, in the county of Potter, and Common
'wealth of Penns, on which one Lotifloute,
ono Frame Barn with about 30 acres i
Land and some Fruit Trees. Terms tfue-half
Cash, and one-half in one year With interest.
WILLIAM ROGERS, Administrator.
LIILINDA BENTON, Administrittrix.
Oct. 20th, 2862. ;
HOW LOST ! HOW%HESTORED I
Just published in a sealed envelope, pr ce 6 eta
A lecture on the Nature,Treatment ai l .d Rad
ical Cure of Spermatorrhcea,or SemivadWeak
ness, Involuntary Emissions. Sexual Debility,
and Impediments to Marriage general, Ner
vousness, Consumption, Epilepsy an Fits ;
Mental and Physical Incapacity,resuld g from
Self-abuse, Sc., by Boar. J. CuLvsnive i.,M.D.,
author of the Green Book, Sc. •
The woild-renowned author, in ail 'admir
able Lecture. clearly proves from his Wri ex
perience that the awful consequences I f Self
abuse may be effectually used witbou I medi
cine, Reid !Without dangeions surgical!, lopera
tions, bougies, instruments. rings, or cordials,
pointing out a mode of cure at ontel certain
and effectual, by which revery sufferer, no mat
ter what his condition may be, May ciite him
self cheaply, privately and radical/1 3 .1 This
lecture will prove a boon to thousands and
thousands. Sent under seal,to any addiess,in
a plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of six
cents, or twmpostage stamps, by addiessing,
Dr. CRAS. .1. C. KLI - 'rE,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Office Bo I, 4556.
, • Notice.
The subs6riber having been arlpointed
Assessor of Tmses under the act of Congress
"To provide ilnterctt Revenue to sup,mrt the
Government and to..pao interest on the
debt," approved July Ist 1862, hereby gives
notice that he has divided his assesnient dis
trict, bqing the 18th DiFArict of PennsOrania,
intd the foll Owing sub-districts and lias ap
pointed the ;following persons as ,N.ssistant
Assessors for' said sub-districts, to wi
No. 1. All that part of Centre cot
eluding the Borough§ of Bellefont, Mi
and Unionville, and the townships of,
Benner, Boggs, Liberty-, Hoivard,Curth
Shoe,Burnside, Walker, Marion ) Unior
Taylor and Hustea, AesiStaht Assess
Durham, Postefilee Bellefont.
No. 2. All that part of Centre eoitity in
cluding the townships of Furgnson, Barris,
Patton, Halfumon, and that part of Potter
township lying west of the Lewiston and
Bellefont turnpike, AssistantAssessoriThomas
No. 3. All' the remaining part ci Centre
county ihcluding the) towdsbips o
Haines, Penn, Gregg, and that part /f ;Potter
township lying east of
,the Lewiston and
Bellefout turnpike, [Assistant Assesqor
No. 4. All that part of Clinton county in :
c.inding the Borough of Mill Hall, titOown
ships of Alison, Beedh Creek, Bald Eagle;
Lahr h, Porter, Logan Greene, Crawford and
Wayde, Assistant Assessor R. G. Httelaison - ,
Postoffice Mill Hall. • -
No. 5. All, the remaining part of Clinton
county including the Borough of Lock Haven,
and the townships Of Pine Creek, Dalnstable,
Woodward, Cold Brook, Geergan, Cmipman,
Leidy, Keating, Gallagher, Assistant Assessor
William Fearon, Postoffice Lock Haven:
No. 6. Alt that part of Lycoming county
on the west side of Coming Creek,
alsoincluding the townships of Bastress,
Susquehanna, Limestone.arid NipPerioSe,
Assistant Assessor, Daivid hoifersi Postoffice
No. T. All the remaining part of Lycoming
County including that part lying east of Ly
-coming Creek, also,the townships oflelinton,
Washington, Brady and Armstrong,
Asseasoi,' T. P. Simmons, Postoffice
fg. All that part of Tioga county , includ
ing the -Borough of Tioga, the townships of
Ward, Bloss, Liberty, and Union, pnid the
Boroughs of Mansfield ; Marnalturg rind Coy-.
ington, Assistant Assessor; S. B. Ellf t,l Post
Nci. 9. All that part of Tioga eounti includ
ing the Boroughs 'of Lawrenceville,
knorrille, and the townships ofJacksini; Law
rence,. Nelson, Osceola,,Deerfield, Farmington,
Brookfield a.ic: Westfield, Assistant isSessor,
C. H. Goldsmith, Pijstoffine knoxvilhi.
10. All the remaining part of Tioglt4onnty
irielnding the Boough of Wellsb4 , the
townships of Middlebury, Chatham, Charles=
ton, Delmar, MorriS, Elk, Shipper!, Gains - and
Clymer, Assistant Assessor, M. Bullard,:Post-_
tiro. 11.. The county of Potter, Assistant
Assessor, A. Ronnsrille. Postoffice bouders
part. Gitouon BOAT, Assessor.
Boalsburg, Centre o.''iPa.•
ce did 7
Ay to inforfl all those - Ai vatit
Dornesta toodi, that we now
BOOTS, and SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, CLOTHING,
, CROCKERY & HARDWARE,
I , •
and everythinglusuallykePt in atom:op , store.
We arp prepared to sell
.at ' nearly the old
prices,lnotwi thStan d log the great rise of goods
in. New York. ! Our facilities! are noiv such
that eve are prepared to furnish all thosi.
want of goods !at less prices truth can . (s,it wall
be sold by- anyideriter in this Section. Belay'
we give you some or 'oar pries's, aiid also tlie
prices ',,be sari* go'dds are Sold of by inb.ft of
Good. She-Minks, 12 to 14 cts. •
' y I sold by post dealers for 16 to 22 cts.
iiice.bleaelied Goods 10 to 14 15 to fa
A largo In,t of Sheep's and-Cris
simersi froml3l cfs. up,
Good Apron Checks and Olieck
12) to 15 cis.
Good Glngbams, 12i to 15 '
Beautiful DeLitines and. Poi de
12 fo . - 20 to Bli
Nice all tVo ol gerinos,63 worth $1,25 to 1,75
A large riSSOituivat of Black Silk, , '
88 to $1.13 1,25 to 1,79
Fine, Black Silk Siie.C. - IS, $6,01 11,00 to 9,00
And a. large stock of Block Silks frota 75 cts
to $1 90 Wrirtlilfiotn $1 50 to $1 . 75,
Good Sprag,ues, Nierrimacs DzinitellS end
manylntlier ki4scre's oT Very nicu Prints, new
styles„ warranted' fast colors, Harrass Cifecks
and others, for 111' to 1'2.1 a cts'', nothing over ;
SEIOS WE CAN SAVE YOU A VERY
LARGE* PER CENT.
Mr l eledboots, 75 cts,worths!l,l2toi.so
moralibootees, $l,OO 1.50t01.75
good alf boots.? pto I.oo' 1.00t01.63
08 52.75 4.06ta4.75
Good ena l
1 pour, attention its this line ? as H. is
to 109 per 'cetit.- below most other
the Jen - s so much noted for selling
lief' you all Wciol Fine Black Doe . ;
for $3,50, worth $5.0. •
;Os of Black Clothes : Coat. Vest, -
t, Socks, Pocket Handkerchief, &c,
fb,F 11'.1i worth $lB.
In the line of Groceries we offer a choic e
variety of? Teas at 50, 70 arid sl.oo—and'our
Daft; Tea can't be beat. •
,Sagar for ilO cts. Coffee Sugar 11 eta.
SalarataajT to„ -Bar Soap $ eta.
offee 16 ett.
inforth you that We tot
estahlishici in our
. Also th large titaldiag,s
mere used by atom& roams.
'Village, - Oct. la', 1862;.
buying your , goods at
I • •
7O W 9
16 to 20
16 to n
ST PRICE PAID FOR
that 6sii readily be con
eitetilte here,costs only 123
d, and our other expenses art
need large profits..
/0/0” , 1:7
- The Buffalo Mercantile Cialleja
CORNER OE MAIN AND SENECA STREET ,
Is an. important, Valk in the great chain sT
NATIONAL MERCANTILE COLLEGSS,
cated iu the followlng cities, viz: . ,
NEW YORK CITY, PHILADELPHIA,
DETROIT, CHICAGO; - ,
A , AND SAINT
"Scholarship issued from the Buffalo 0. 1 ;
lege, eatitles the hclider to attend either aran
the Colleges for an unlimited tine.
Thepesign of theSe Instititions,is.to im ark
eoloniit men and ladies, a thorduih,
cal business. edecatßin. , „
. These Colleges are Organiied aid conflos4
led upon a hams which must '
secure to, eass
'ill Institution the test possible Tacilitive
for imparting a thorough raer,pantile edam:
tion, and renal. it as a whole, the most'eausi
prehensiva and cogiplete aysteM i this gonna?
linols-Keeping in all its dePartment, Corsi
ineroiTilLaw,Commercial Arithme:tic and Pan;
mai:air, are taught in the most thormigh Lai
The Spencirian System of Pen)zalship', 11
tau htbr aompeieut and eiperi e need tea'Cherl
Scholarship, nayabie in advance, $4O.
• __Collage open doy at d evening vacations
Resident Princip4.a't Bufrikio, S. C. titiraliir.
For further inforMation, plenee call at tki
College rooms, or send for Catlilogue and Cir:
'ctilaien.clostug letter stamp. . , Addresq
BRY.AIV2 .t STRATTON,..
OFFICE OF JAY CObkE,
At Jay Cooke A. Co., Bankers:
114 SOUTII TIIIIID STREET
The undersigned' having] been appointed
Subscription Agent by the Secretary of the
Treashry, is now prepared to furnish, at once;
The !Ps* T*enty Year 6 iger,cent. Peal
Of the United- States, desigqated as "Five:
.twenties,"lredeernablo at the pleasure of chi
'Government, after five yea 9, and authorized
by Act of Congress. approved Febi`f2s,lB62.
The COUPON !WM.)* nte issued in sums of
$5O, $lOO, $5OO, and $lOOO.
The REGISTER BONDS in sums of $'54P,
$lOO, $5OO, $lOOO and $5OOO. • i
Interest at 6 per cent. per annum Win com: .
mence from the date of fuliChitsh,.and
Payatde In Gold,
semi-afinuatly, which is equal at the Vireseit
preiniu'ui on gold, to•sbout EIGHT per cent
per annuiu. '
FainterS,lle'rebants, Mechanic's, Capitalist. o
and all who have anY money to illvest,shoul
kno* and reinniernber that these boilds are',
in effect, a First liortg,:te upon all ItailfOnds;
Canals, Bank Stocks and SecUritieS, and the
in:Meuse products of all the Mantifactures o ke.;
in The country: and that the 'full and amplo
provision made for the ilaytteent of the interest
aitd liquidatiott of principal, by Cusqiini
ties, Elcise Stamps and Internal ItevenUe;
serves to make these !fonds the
'Best, ikinst Availablq and Most Pop - uliti
Investment in the Market:
recelt;ed at Par in Legal Tender
Notes, or notes and checks of banks at par hi
Philadelphia. Subscribers, by mail:will re:
celve p?ouipt attention, and every facility and
. eiplanation afforded on application at
this office. A supply Of Bonds will be kept
on laud fur immedWe delivery. '
JAY COOkB, SabscriptionAgent.
e, 15, 1 . 7, COUSTIANDT STRUT:
Nee's. Broadway; York City,
This old-established and favorite resort of
Hie Buiitiess community has beets recently re:
iitted, Mid is complete in everthing that tali
ministei-to the comfort of its patrons. Ls dieia
and Families are specially and carefully pre:
tided for. 1 -
It is centtally located in the business Pall
* of ttre-eity, and is contiguous to the principal
lints of steamboats, cars, omnibuses, ferries . ;
In consequence of the pressure caused by
the Rebellionprices hare been reduced to
ONE EALAB, AND 'FIFTY CENTS PER, DAT:
The table is aniPly supplied tvith all
luluribs 'of the seatoit, and is 'equal to that of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample acc,ommddatiOnq ere offered for est . :
ward of 400 guevii:
' • Do hot believe runners, bneltmen.atid otheri
vbb may say "the 'Western Hotel is full." -
D. D: WINCHESTER, Propiie.tar.
Nos. D. Winchester. fel)
BOOTS AND. SHOES.
A. SAiNIiBERq & BRO'S
Tanners. and Corriers; N
ILTAVEI also established -,a
I I • Boot and Shoe
Manufactory, opposite a. F.Glassmirs's
in the room formedy occupied by J. 13 611114,
They over their Boots and Shoes at n
LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME. QUALITY RAVI
EVER BEEN SOLD - IN POTTER C3UHTY.
And they will have nothing but the best vrork4
men abd the best stock that the cenutry will
produce; and money and labor can procure.
THEY FEEL CONEIDENT THAT TEEM'
WORK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION.
Rides, Calf Skths, Sheep ,Peltd
taken at the Highest Market Price.
GIN* US A TRIAL
Conderaport, P:. -larch 19
lictfice is hereby given that the Partnership
heretofore existing under the name of Bouton.
Sind Vurtis. _is this day dissolved by ruatanf
eoitgent. The Liusiness be jcoetinned bj
S. W. lonton.
• . • S. W. tbiITQN. • -
White's : WOOLSEY' DI.TitTIS
Coinars. Sep 30.
Y 11,ARt ANN', has kit Mylnd anti,
j 1 L board,wationt pioCoCation,and Ilserehx
caution : all, persons not' to irnst ItOr on my
account as I will pay no debt of ber ebutiam
ing cadet& compelled by law:
XIMICG heretofore under the firm
..11:1 Garrett, Baily & Co. is this day rtiss+.lvr
by the` rithdraw4l of the tandersigni!4.