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THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Is the only paper publishell in Potter c,onnty.
circulates among an intelligent "claM of peo
fa, and is thus an excellent medium for both
City and Country Advertising.
Transient Advertisements and those from a
distance must be Cash or have responsible re
All communications, to receive attention,
must be directed to the Editor, and• contain
the name of the writer. No attention paid to
• TERMS.—One copy,one year, $1; Six copies
$6 ; Twelve copies; $lO ; Twenty copies, $lB,
with one to the person raising the Club. The
money must accompany the names.
Condersgsat, Wednesday Evening, Dec. 17, 1862
Local and General.
w:L.See New Advertisements.
Netiee'of Astray . .
IgirThe Temperance Address, deliver
ed , by Rm. °Roberts last evening, was
1020.-Court commenced onalonday, *e
will give the proceedings next week.--
Nothing of interest having transpired.
Itek.,The bill to admit Western Vir
ginia as a Free State, passed the House
96 to 55.
B€9,;Jeff. Davis'eppressions are becom
ing intolerable. The frogs, toads and
tadpoles of the Rebellion 'will soon be
erealtipg.to heaven for help from the de
. Touring stork.
tak.. Robert G. Harper the accom
plished and veteran editor of the Ariltins
Sentinel, has been editor and publisher
of that paper since Nov. 1816—a period
of forty-six years. Previous to that time,
it was issued by his father, from its com
mencement, in Nov. 1800, at Gettysburg,
Adams Co., Pa.
Gen. Hooker is said to have remarked
recently :"I do not love,-to fight battles
—I had rather be with my .cattle on my
farm—but:l do want to see one-mighty
overwhelming blow given to this rebellion
right upon its head, at Richmond, before
NA,..Eighty . of the besotted DemoCratie
antidraft rioters in Ozaukee
bayebeen promptly arrested,and wilfbe so
punished as to stop mob lavi fur one gen.-
era.ion at least. The ir•noraat seoundrel
destroyed the furniture nod stole all the
valuables of six Republican's houses, and
would have killed their families had they
SW — Robert Dale Omcn,the ablest Dew.
ocrat in the WeSt, has written a letter
strongly advocating the abolition of sla
very. He considers the destruction' of
slavery esscolild to peace and to a perma
nentJestoration of the Union. The fact
is, the ablest Democrats of the North• are
fast becoming Abolitionists.
463-There 'are $200,000,000 of specie
in the Union. That would-bean average
of 810 each to every person iu the North.
Half of that sum is idle in the Banks,
and the other half is hid away on account
of the tssue of legal small notes and ille
gal shinplasters. Banish the hitter; and
have a little confidence, and 'specie , wilt
EOOl3 flow as before.
terAs the winter approaches our readers
will he making their arrangements for their
periodicals for the coming year. As usual we
are prepared to furnish all the leading 111,1 -
F.inF.3 to subscribers of the JOCRNA at reduced
rates, to be paid strictly lin advance. Read
the following offer.s.:
Harper and the Journal atie year for $3 00
Atlantic 3 00
ocley's 4: ,
v. THE SUNDAY SCHOOLTEACHERS Al IN
ATHHE DIARY AND ALMANAC FOR 1863!
—This convenient and beautiful little
Annual is sent FREE to any Superinten
dent or Teacher in the United States
receipt of a stamp to prepay the postage.
It Is something new, useful and -aurae
tivei and no teacher iibuuld be without
it. Send fur a copy to J. C. Garrigues
& Co., 148 S. 4th
: Street, Philadelphia,.
WHERE THERE IS A' WILLTHERE IS .
A WAY.—So thought Mr. DeLaud when
he set himself about the work of produc
ing.an article of Saleratus free from all
impure and deleterious substances, which
could be sold as cheap as any other, and
makes lighter and better bread. The ar
ticle produced was the celebrated Chem
ical Saleratus.: Sold at retail by respect
able grocers everywhere. We advise all
good housewives who desire to make
biscuits to call tor DeLand's Chemical
Saleratus, and use nu other.
seirliad as the conduct of the Rebels
has been from the first, wo are somewhat
istonished to learn, as we do from official
sources, that whenever they parola pris
oners now, they not only require them
not to bear 'arms against the Southern
Confederacy, but demand as a condition
Of their release, that they shall take no
part in fighting the Indiana.--Louisville
LOU'r - 10 . 01 - iti - tire
..pupptcs. ivrATtos, 4d, Azip4:„.
DEAR 113eo those
*et,- aisagreeable....days-. which., a
soldier on)y knows liow•to;-appreciatc; , to
kill time; and let nil friende in "Potter
know UM - Still 'in' the land' of, the
'take y pen- get a book, , seat
myself imlfront of my fire . Witlimy feet on
the bed, (he:book'ott my laprinkstand'ott
a'cliair to the right,enat off and commence.
You. wilt isk,,where is 'Brooks' Station ?
It is on the Rnilioad runnitiW. from the
mouth. of Aquia Creek. ;to
Stafford County, Va. This ., Railroad' is
. of- as much importance lit : .the present
time as.eny in the United States, as nearly,
the wholii.of the Grand ArMY of the PM
.toinao are , supplied - by it.- 1- . The - Army . is
encampedi along the whole length of it
on both shies, a distance of about twenty'
miles:• - This is done to keep Stuart from
making a raid on us. Then the landing on
the Potomac is guarded by, several Gun-,
boats. Jalk about our GratidAriny,being
whipped l All -tve need now is a line of
fortifications . about thirty, miles long.
which we shall doubtless have it Jackson
sends . out a reconnoiturini - pariy cue
Brigade Of Infantry a Regiment of Cav
airy and tivo or three nieces of Artillery.
!Still I guess it is "all right'," as the Boys
say, we are not paid fur knowing these
things. TheßegiMent which I have the
honor of beloogin...to•is the First Penn•
sylvan r ia Cavalry, Bayard's: Brigade,' and
lif I. Should Use the latiginigA of an of in
the Bucktail Regiment, '1 would say there
'are only ttvo Regimenti'of Cavalry in the
service and-those are the First Pennsyl
vania and. First New Jersey. I think he
' is right, from the amount of duty we have
performed, for we could never find any
Regiment lto relieve us, uul'css it was after
the Battleiof Manassas. The last of July
we were sent down to the ',Rapidan to do
pieket dutly,fifteep ruilys ftimi support of
any kind. After staying there gix days
skirmishing with the enemy all .the time
and having several se v ere Moe •briis hes,
but nothing worthy of nieutlon in . a paper)
for there teas - no General 4
but privates and, their CoMpany Officers,
and such bartles you are aware don't
amount to much down, here, still the!
hearts that beat for us at home think'we
are 'of just as much account as those in
the field who wear two cr three stars
on their , shoulders, we were driven
back from the Rapidan 'by • Jackson's'
whole ArMy crossing. We formed tffir
rear guard and our two Regiments com
menced going, back fighting over all the
around and only going as err were driven.
You perhays saw it stated in the papers
of tl.at dace that . Generid ',Bayard Mail:
aged the `thing : admirably. Su. he did,
- and we think he is one of the best Cav
alry Wheel's ID the field, still, like all oth
ers, tame, With him is of more value tt.an
men's li l %es. When' we got to Cedar
Mountain !%,ve met Gen. Banks 'with -his
urea. Herd we stopped and put up fur the
night lying on, out arms' with' the bridle
thrown ov&r our aFn thus holdi our
chargers, Which by the way were some
what fagge!d out. The next day we bad
the tight, ia w Licht he First': Pennsylvania
Cavalry Made a charge, going through
the lines of the enemy and scattering
them like chaff. There our-Putter county
bi,ys showed their bringing up---'—that
they were nut raised among the Allegheny
Mountains Ito be scared by' Gray Backs.
"Little Pti,,ter" was well represented that
day. The gallant 64th made two charges
which were as gallant as any of the war.
Fur six tracks We Were on duty every
day but two; passing through the battle*
of Cedar Muubtatn, Tt3oroughfare Gap,
Bull Run anti Manassas.—
.Then we gOt baek to Bailey'S Cross Roads
where weltvere relieved, for the enemy
had got sol',,far off there was no danger,
and anything would de 0160—
Shice out Regiment has, been in the
service" sixteen months, We have done
I' • -
picket duty in ail kind§ 'Of places and
never had if)ut tiur men surprised, while
nearly every other Regiment in the ser
!vice haVe had from fifty to half of their I
;Reff ' iments Surprised and taken . prisoners. I
We have had more men taken prisoners
but it waSl in battle. WJ consider it
something of a disgrace to surprised
bile on picket. Captain Junes is at
Falmouth, I s hear, :401 we don't know. l
You at home 'know more of us than we
know of ourselves. The war Might dud
and Peace he declared and we nut know
anything ofit. ,
While at the Cross -Roads I had the
pleasure of a visit front my sister, and
Mack. if you know anything about how
glad one is ;tax .e friends front home, you
can imagine; my delight. I visited Win;h
ington with her, saw the new Bucktail
Brigade,_atid my old seboul,fehoWs from
Putter: Itnagine the pleasuie it, afforded
me. after being out in the field in active
service for !nearly a year, to once more
take dear . friends by the hand. Some of
the boys . were sick and in hospital, but
my time was so limited I cuidd nut visit
them, my sister; though, has-been through
the hospitalS and seen nearly all the buys
who are sick, and would bel happy . to in-
form their friends how they arc ketting
along, and all:about them.
Yours truly, "• N. L. FRENCEt•
. . . .
rer Albert .Aschenbacht of IVilliatus•
port a conductor on the Wallower express
..had_.hur left l6g . cutoff be
tween the ankle and kne6, Monday, by
en accident; near Montmucry station.—
An axle broke and .threiv three cars off
the track. Mr. Aschenbach on
the first disturbance*Of the train,stepped
out on the platform, - and seeing that the
ears were . OEM[lg tke triek'jno!ped2pff„
when top end of another - Or teafed over
the rlatforminci took Off lihlig:--,2,-Gir*.ttc.
' c • - •
The ; ,Philadelphia `Ledger says Petro:
leum oil, . which rose so rapidly from twen
' ty-five cents :a gallon. to -a dollar and tin
cents, has taken the back track again,
and is down, as reported, to sixty cents.
The rise was 'mostly speculative, and some
body will .make or lose fortunes by the
sudden fluctuations. And so of Many of
the gambling operations in what are
called the necessaries of life—thev are
not called for by the tariffs, taxes, or the
war, but, are simply impositions. If pe'o
ple would quit buying articles at extrav
agant rates, they would soon become rea
sonable, and those seeking undue adyan
tages would suffer the losses. • ,
FIRE —Between four and five o'clock
on Saturday morning a fire broke out in
the soap and candle manufactory of A. M.
Taylor & - Co., 'Williamsport, which con-
Sinned the .building and its entire con
tents, including tbe books and papirs of
the firm. The safe in which they had
their 'books and papers proved to be worth,
about as much as a medium quality store
foods boa. A dwelling house belonging
to the firm was also burned. The total
loss of.Mei-bre. Taylor & Co. is estimated
at from $7,000 to $8,000;on which there
was an insurance of $3,500.
Ulysses Academy—Closing Ex
'At an early hour on last Wednesday after
noon, the Chapel of the Academy .was we❑
lilted wlt t a ,goot. number of the friends and
patrons of the Institution assembled to wit
ness the closing exercises of the Fall Term.
The exercises of the afternoon being opened
by prayer, we were farmed with the follow
livery mau the Architect of his imn Fqrtnne,
by Mr. B. 111-. Drake, which was delivered in a
clear and pleasant manner, •and formed an
introdu...tion .to the exercises.
Semincle's Reply, by Air. J`. S. Hall
Essay, The Forest, by M'ss D. I. Kilbourne.
Restless Spirit, by Miss R. Racket.
When our ShipenineS. in. bv Miss A. M. Lyman,
This was spoken in a pleasing inanni:r and
the effect was heightened very . much by the
youthful appearance of the speaker.
Essay, A Time fur Everything, by Miss E.
Our Ilepu,blic, by Mr. J: 0. Potter
Liberty ana. Union, One and Inseparable, by
Mr. C. R. airllng.
Ruth of the. above gentlemen acquitted
themselves with credit.
Music, "Sons of Freedom, Wake to Glory r
The Uld Arm Chair, by Mr. S. F. Bowen.
&sty, Raising Grain, by Miss S. M. Rurtis.
This was due of the most natural and prac
tical of 1.1. e essays read.
Mountain Pictures, by Miss M. C. Lyon: Was
Essay, Country Life. Jas Miss E. J. Kimball.
What is Patricliii , lll? by Mr. H. C. Olaisted.
Essay, Gentle Words, by Miss Sr, Darling,
was finer presented. '
The Return, by Miss L. E. Wilber, was well
America, by Mr. J, Horton.
Music, "Pull all together."
Essay, Early impressions, by Mis 3 M. E. Trask.
This was one of unusual merit and bespoke
a mind of much culture and thought.
Essay, flappiness, by Miss J. M. Cadey.
Essay, The Falling Leaf, by Miss .1. A: James
Essay, Cheerfulness, by Miss S. E. Stillman
The Crisis we have rdached, by Mr. G. W
This Earth is not the Spirit's Home, by Miss
E, Parish. Was well deli'ercd.
Music, "Christian Pilgrims." -
Essay, An Idea, by Miss 11. J. Gridley.
Essziy, A Ride in Winter, by Miss J.O. Hawley.
Essay, A Ride in Summer,by Miss E.R.Watrous.
Essay, Absent Friends, by Miss H. A. Torrey.!
Essay. Past, Present and Futnre. by Miss M.,
M. Cushing. - Bulb -of the last two essays
were worthy of honorable mention.
The Departure of Youth, by Miss C. J. Mer. 2,
rick, was one of the best 4elivered pieces.
Music, "Primo Daso."
God by Mr. A.. W. Blakeslee. The speaker
evinced much of the spirit and manner of
the true orator.
Essay, Close of School, by Miss A. Clark.
Parting, by Mr. F. D. Leet, 'was an original
oration,brief, but finely written and abound
ing with many noble and appropriate thot's.
Essay, Farewell, by Miss Burtis.
Essay,Shall we ineetagain? by Miss S.E.Marsh.
Essay, Gbing Home, by Miss C. S. Reynolds.
The last four essays were not only suited to
the occasion but were well written.
The exercises as a whole were the best that
we have witnessed at the above Institution,
and the delivery of many of, the pieces and the
literary merit of some•ol the essays would
have done honor to .a • fur older Institution,
and we assure thoSe that were not present at
the above exercises that they missed such an
entertainment as not only excites a renewed
interest' in the cause of ,ducation ; but awak
ens the intellectual man to a more vigorouslife.
The Winter Term of the Ulysses Academy
commences on Wednesday, the 10th inst.
The Board of Instruction remains the same as
the previous term, viz : Professor E. R. Camp
;*Mrs N. 1. Gridley.Preceptress ;
Miss A. E. Campbell, Assist:imt and Professor
Marsh Instructor in Vocal and - Inkrumental
Ulysses, Dec. 5, 1862. 'rr ._
In the Hospital in Washington. D. C.. Dcc.
3d, of Typhoid Fever, DANIEL -DALEGH, of
Un.'G, 149111 Reg't Pa. Volunteers, aged 24
In Abbott Tp, Potter Co., Pa.. Dec.; 11th,
SE WARD,son of Andres and Helen Olsen,
aged one year and six months.
In , Homer. Nov. 24th, LILLIAN,. daughter
of Isaac dud Mary Gartner; aged 'l9 months.
—Also Dec. Gill, ISAAC, father of the above
named child; aged z 2.5 years, 2 months and 24
In Homer, Dec. 4th, of Diptheria after tip
illness of three days,ELIZA TAYLOR., adopted
daughter of Jacob and Erliza Peet. aged 12
years, 2 months atd 3 days.
This little orphan girl was pecnliarly for
tunate in the pOssession of an amiable dispo
sition, which , endeared .her not only to her
adopted parents and family, but to all her
acrivaintances. : Her loss will be deeply felt
by all who knew her.
The littlemrsaderer regain the bosom of God.
It. T. G.
,•Canieto the, piemises of .the subscriber on
the day,of Dec: 5%; three yearlings,Liine. heifer
arid two steers. The 'owner is requested, to
prove property, pay charges and - take them
away or they wilt be disposed Of ftecordiitg to
law. .1 J. P. VAGGART.
PRICE CIJ RENT.
Corrected eveiy .Wednesday STEB
BINS dr Dealers In Groceries
land 'Provisions, ; • • • -;
opposite GlaSimire's Hotel, ;
;Coudersport, Pa. .;-
Aipplei,creeni 19 bush., ; • $371 to 75
do dried, I " ; 1,00 200
Beans, . ,;" • 1;00 .1 50
Beeswax, IR . ; ' [25 30
Beef, ti ;° • . 13 , 4
Berries, dried; A 1 quart • , 6 121
Buckwheat, `l4 bush., • , • ;377 44
Buckwheits Flour,; • 200 225
Butter, ' , • '
Cheese, ' 1 " • •
Corn, V bush.; : •-' • • 75 -88
Cora Meal, per cui.; • 150 175
Eggs, IR doz , ' , 1 ' 12
Flour, extra, i V bbl., ~ 7100 750
do superfine " ' 600 650
Hams, 'i'? lb., i : ; ' - 9 12i,
Hay, V ton, i: 6100 700
Honey, per lb ~ . : 1 1 10 . 12i
Lard, " ' - ' 1 10 12i-
Maple Sugar, per lb., , i 110 12
Oats, V bush.; 1 ' ,44 50
Onions, '" : 1 , .a' '650 75
Polk, V bb1.,1 1 15100 17 00
do Vlb . , , 1 , 8 9
do in whole ! hog, ' Ib., ' 1 ; 5 ' 6
Potatoes, per bush, 1 25 37i
Peaches, dried, %-11.1. b.,
Poultry, `0 tb.,
Rye, per bush.,
Salt, 'OW., • ! • • 1 450
do's sack„! -• ! 20
Trout, per +1- bbl., • ' 4po 500
Wheat,ll bush.,. 1 • ' 100 125
White Fish, •%1 i bbl., •il • 4 pc , 500
- - 1
. i . .
.• , 1 - d Wood,
.• • i
WantCd; on account, at this Office.
A.PONLPI ER, SAPONIFIER!
THE FAMI6' . SOAP MAILER.
All Kitchen Grease ca be made into good
SOAP, by' si Soponfficr
DIRECTIONS, ACCOMPANYING EACH BOX
Soap is as easily fll.ide with it, asmaking
• --- , , a ciip of i•otree.
Manufactured only by the Patentees.
PENYA SALT 'MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. i 27 NY.alnitt street, Philadelphia.
Feby. 1,1862. . • ly
The. Confesions 'and
- - -
—V.X.PERIENPE of an;Liyalid. published
-Ea for the benefit and' as a. warning and a
caution to young men who suffer from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, ;supplying at
the same time the Means of self-cure. By one
who has cured hiMself after being pnt to great
expense through medical iMposition 4Mdquack
ory. By enclusiV a, post-paid ad4essed en
velope. Bingle'Opie,s• inlay be had of the author,
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. Esq., Bedford,Kings
county, New yorlc.l--Marbsprily.
MAN HOOD ; H
11011 7 LOST I 1.10? , 17 RESTORED I
Just published in ft :ealed,envelope, price 6 cts
A lecture on the Nirture,Treatfuentai d Rad
ical Cure of Spernhit'orrlitett or SeiniiinlWeak
ness, Involuntary Fmissions. Sexual Debility,
and Impediments to Marriage generally, Ner
vousness, Consumption, Epilepey rind Fits;
Mental and Physical Inctipacity,resu ting from
Self-abuse, .tc., l by RO BT. J. CutyEaWELL,II.D.,
author.of the Green Book, dc. .
The wof Id•renowhed author, in this admir
able Lecture. clearly proves from hiS own ex
perience that the armful consequences of Self
abuse may be i;jfectually used withclut medi
cine, and. without dangerous surgical opera
tions, lJougies, instruments. rings, or, cordials,
pointing out a mode of cure; at once certain
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ter what his conditton may be, may cure him
self cheaply, privately and 'radically. This
lecture will prove a tivi to thousands and
,'Sent under seal,to any address,in
a plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of six
cents, or tiro postage stamps, by addressing,
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127 Bowery, New York, Post Qflice Box, 4586.
OLMSTED .& KELLY'S
TORE can always be found 04 best of
Cooking, Box and Parlor 1 ; •
S rf• 0. V E S .
Also, TIN arid SHET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES. : SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS,. and pAULD
RONS. Also, ' •
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS: CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
is well made and . the 'material goOd. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS pnt up in any
part of the County—Terms eaSy. , Ready Pay
of all Iltinds ' including Cash, t eldom;sefused.
Store on ilainStreet opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. I , 1869.-50
A ehrefully selected stock of
Just lurk-Mg from New YOrk, such as
' DRY GOODS,
BOOTS t SHOES,
,HATS tz CAPS;
Cheap for Ready-pay.
10,000 Bushels .ASHES and 50 bblsi EGGS.
, pr i
t 1.4 z
Brooklancl, Pa., Nov. IT, 1862.
e!b 9 t) '75 per cent. saved, on weerY
Itloliar, by buying Your goods at
1 7 10
swayo Village, Potter Co.,Pa.
I I We are happy to inform all those in want
r Choice and Domestic Goods, that we now
,ave a stock of some
1 5 7
Ai , 1
- H O 900 II 611
Worth of all kinds of
' l l DRY. COODS, GROCERIES,
[ I BOOTS and SHOES;
•II 1 HATS, CAPS, CLOTHING;
1 CROCKERY & HARDWARE,
and everything usually kept in a country store.
Nye are prepared to sell at. - nearly the old
liicesJ, notwithstanding the great rise of goods,
i I I
Ne,w York. Our facilities • are now such
ti at We are -prepared to furnish all those inl
Wiant of goods au less , prices than can or wall
be sold by :My dealer in this section.' BelOw
Wl . e gite yOul some of our prices, and also the
ices' the same goods are sold for by most of
opr neighbfirs. '
Good !Sheetings ; 12 to 14 cts. .
::1 sold by most dealers. for 16 to 22 cts.
Nre ' ry nice bleached Goods 10 to 14 15 to 20
Al large lot Of Sheep's Gray and gas
i isiners, from 31 cts. up
GOod Apron Checks-and Check
iShieting, 121 to 15 cts. '
Geod kinglams, 12} to 15
Rtnutiftil DeLaines aud. Poi 'de
Che l yres,_l2 to 20 2O to 311
Npee all Word. Merinos,63 worth $1,26 t 01,75.
I large assortment of Black Silk, .
i . 88 to $1.13 1,25 to" 1,78
I Bra- L.
F ineck Silk Shawls, $6.00. 8,00 to 9,00
nd " '
'And a large stock of Black Silks from 75 cts
t $1 bt) worth from $1 50 to $1 75.
• ao•ues, ,
'Good Spr -Ilerrimacs Dunnells and
stTy other; grades of very nice Prints. new,
, les,i warranted fast colors, th,rrass Checks
and others, for 11 to 12i e cts ) nothing over,
•ibrtlx,lls to 20 cts,
• IN SHOES WE CAN SAVE TOL" A VERY •
1 1 LARGE PER CENT.
enameled boots, 75 ets,wortbsl.l3t4so
balmoral bootees, $l,OO 1.50(01.75
m's goOdCalf b00t5.75 to 1.00 1.00t01.63
'do $22.75 , 4.00t04.75
':sited hip Boots, home:thade,
1 $2.75 3.50t04.00
'e call your attention, in this line, as it is
' Ft 10 to 100 per cent'. below most other
,lers r —the Jews, so'much noted for selling
-,apdnot excepted. • -
Ye will sell you all Wool Fine..l3lack Doe-
Pants for $3,50, worth $5.00. , •
ood'Suit-of Black Clothes :Coat, •Vest,
ate, at, Socks, Pocket Handkerchief,: &c.,
for 'slo, worth $lB. ' • •
the linei of Groceries we offer a cbeice
ety of Teas at 50, 75 ar.rd ~),.I.oo—aug our
ar Tea can't he beat.
d Sugar for 10 cts. Coffee Sugar 11 cts
4 ratus 7 to 5 etc. Ear &lap 8 cts
e Would also inform you that we hare got
.lished in our
largest in this section—and filled from
!r to garret. Also the large buildings
r ing amused by us for storage-robins.
E HIGHEST 'PRICE FAM FOR
1 I BUTTER,
1 . 1 .
er Produce, that can readily be col: -
Id into Gish.
e word more. As the transportation on
odds frdm Wellsville here,coste only I2i
`s per hundred, and oar other expenses are
`i l are do ntat need large,.profits.
V. 11.. SIMMONS,
ostraio Village, Oct. ist, i 862,
Coffee 16 ctsl
0' .40.• ' .-, -/::,.; 1 ir.yw
, - .." • r /1 7
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...;• z:6 6,i g a 40 1.:1901 .
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CORNER OF MAIN AND SENECA
Ts an important link irt the great, chtrin of
NATIONAL MERCANTILE -comAap,ga
oted in the following cities, viz
YORE CITY, PHILADELIV,A„
TROY, ' CLEVEtiNty
DETROIT, I- CE11CAG0,";•, 1,,, .:t
A Scholarship isstied frcm,the Buffalo QOl.
lege, entitles the holder to.attendeithehoeall
the Colleges for an unlimited time. : ;
The Design of these Institutions,illo,imfArt
to yonng men and ladies, a thorciugh practi
cal business education. • .
These Colleges arli organized - and condApp
ed upon a basis which must secure to ell
separate Institution the l'est possible facilitr
for imparting a thorough triercantile','Welss
tion, and render it ;AS r. Whole, the mcisteColor
prelmnsive and complete system in this cbnnttp
Book-Keeping in all its_department, Cobs
.mercial Law,Commereial Arithmetic and
ma nship, are taught fn the Moitilloroligh,iud
practical manner. I .
The Spencerian System of Penmanship, Is
taught by competent .Ind experienced teabheis
Scholarship, nayabe in advance, 549.
College open day at ,d evening; no,vacatioss
Resident Principal at gunlo, J. C..BnYApy.
For further informntion, plenst call ai'ttia
College rooms, or send for Cataloglie tictireTr
eular eliclosing letter stamp. A'ddresA. •
BRYANT & STRATTON,
491 y. Bufiltlo; N.
. 01? LIY COOKE,
At Jay Cooke Co., Bankeri,
Thy undersigned ' having been. appointefl
-Subscription Agent by the Secretary of.the
Treasury. is now prepared to furnish, at pn'66,
The New Twentyi Year 6 per tent. Bands
of the United States; designated as"Fii4-
Twenties," redeemable- at the pleasure ofthis
Government, after five years. arid authhrifed
by Act of Congress, approved Fcbt'y 25.1862.
The COUPON BONDS are issued in sums of
Si; ~,, $ Itla, 5500, and SlOOO.
'I e REGISTER BONDS in sums of $5O,
$l4O, 5500, $lOOO and 5.5000. . '' '-•':
Interest at 6 per eer. per annum will con
thence from the date )f purchnse, and. is: . ~•
16 to 20
10 to 25
Semi-annually, which is equal at the present
I premium on gold, 0 .about EIGHT per, vest*'*
per attnnm. -•
Farmesfs, Merchants, Mechanics', Capital
and all Who have an.y money to invest.shoolil
know and remmemller that these bondi are;
in effect, a. First Mortgage upon all Railroads*
Canals ; Bank Stocks' and Securities. andthe
immense products of all the Mant,factureS,&ef t
in the country : anti: that the full nail 'aniple
provision made for the payment of the intereA
and liquidation of principtif, by Customs Dui
ties, Excise Stamps and Interhal ROennet
serves to make these Bonds the
Best, Most Availa!ble and Most Populai. 7 '
Subscriptions received at Par in Legal Tenderf -
Notes, or notes and cheeks of banks at paria,
Philadelphia. Subscribers by mail will se
ceiVe prompt attention, and eVvi',:y facility and.
explanation will be;afforded Cal application at
this office. A supply of .BondS will be kept
on hand for immedi4te delivery.
JAY COOKS, Subscription A.;rent;
t WESTIAN ISOTEL,
Nos. 0, 11, 13, 15, 17. ,COUBTIANDT StREET,,
Near Broadway,' , New York City.
This old-established and favorite resort of
the Business community has peen recently re- .
fitted, and is complete in everthing that rate
minister to the comfort of its patrons. Ladies•
and Families are sikcially nod carefully prod.
It is centrally located in the business part
of the . city, and is contiguous to the principal
lints of steamboats, cars, oninibuSes. ft•rriesl •
In consequence of the presshOe caused ti r
the Rebellion, prices-have beea.:Cedueed - tcy.:
ONE.DOLLAII: AND FIFTY CENTS PER.DAY.
The table is amply supulied-yith all the,
luxuries of the season, and is equal to that of
any other hotel in the country.
Ample necommothqions are offered for up
ward of 4(O guests.. ,
Do noi., believe runn'ersy backmen,and otheis
wbo may say ' , the Wesiern lintel is full."
D. D. Proprictok.
Thos. D. irinchester i . fyl9
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A. SANDBERG &
Tanners and Curriers,'
H AVE also establisheda
Boot and Sii.6o,
31anufactory, oppo:ite 3. 1 7 Hotel;
in the room formerly occupied by J. B
They offer their Boots and Shoes at a
LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME NALITY RAVEr
EVER BEEN SOLD l POTTER COUNTY.
And they wilt have nothing but the
men and the best stock that the co nt ry ill
produce, and money and Tabor can proccre.
THEY FEEL CONEYUENT THAT THE . ' it
'ORK WILL GIVE SA.TISFA.GTIUS.
Fides, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts
• , taken at the highest Marßet Pelee:
GIVE US A TRIAL-I - ,'
Coudersliort, l'a., March 19'
. Notice is lief:2hy given . that the PArtrtrrshik 6
ogretofore existing under Vie name of tostatiii
and Batas. is this day disSolvvd by mutual
consent. The business will ho . cattin.tteit:by
J. W. Bunton:
J. W. BOUTON;
White's Comers. Suit. 3D. L .
I" Wife, 'MARY A. has Teffniy bea:iinct;.
IVJL board,without pmfocatjarioti.;(l I hiii4V-1.
caution all pers'ons not to i - ram her orr.nril
acCouct as! will 'pay no debt:of herconlriis
-compelled by Pa • • -
The P ar tßership
:1 ; 1 a
XISTLNG heretofore .tentler. t:t , ,A . ,firror.pr
12 Garrett, Bally & Co. is this dny isjoh:'o.l:
bathe withdrawal of the unders - ritrert.-
114 SOUTH TIIIRU STREbi
Payable, 1 Gpld,