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who fiis successor will
State, is reporte
Tho news has no,
hint is given as tl
to battle at Ftedericks-
Cow.pan-y lost twenty,
wounded. t We have no
t eertaintf to mention
In the 1
berg, C. pt. Jone
two in killed and
news of sufficie.
SEir D. C. La rabee etitered•uPoil the
duties .of his o 8 ice as Sheriff, last week.
That he will mak , a good officer none who
have any acqual Lance with his - business
capacity can re sonably doubt. Stiff.
Burt; retires :eft' r a remarkably active
tcrmj during whi h his duties have been
faithfully perfor ed. . •
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lqinles are prepared to
copies of their paper,
ruducements to Super:.
ers, and others, who
tending its circulation!
year. This . opportu- I
ass uni:uprovcd. Now
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during the cocain
City should nut p
is the tulle to act.
gues & Co., 148 S
Addre:A J. C. Garri
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ats in Congress are do
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ut. the ConstituLi t on,
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distract the Country,
00, and leave a favora
• vor of the flights of
le to wake this bession
law and governiuent,
have a inajdrity in the
to arrange' ;natters to
4633 - The Detnoe l
ing their best to
long speeches alit,
ri7lits of the Presi'
Generals, and evi
whiCh Will serve til
tlivide public opin ,
ble impression in I,
Rebels. They ho
but hope they will.
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y. Ticknor ,R;
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ear of 1863.• It is a
A NOTABLE PIR
columns to-day, tl
to all eyes, the cWg
11'eto:.1 - urk .3.ferettr
ticios for the New•
ilosopher and friend"
nables the mind,
for everybody, and
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From grave to gay, fr
se, happily to steer
lively to severe."
To do without th
would be like missi
Mercury fur a week
0. the face you loved
its army ofsubscrib
,o Outnumber that of
best for a year. and
ers for '63 is likely
the week was oe
111'hite, of Haresan,
n horse stealing.—
*r .. Nr. Rule entered
should be granted.
The greater part o
cupied in the trial of(
Com. vsts John 11.
Convicted as an acces
to show why new trig.
1. May. Bill of in
Com. vs. Henry
dietment returned in
Com. vs. Randolpl
With!e . r, Paul Howard
ward Howard and Jer:
bill for larceny agai
Howard was returned
Up'on the trial the . -Juj
four named guilty a
ienced them to two yt
in the EaStern Penite
pay for the stolor( goo
dollar fine,'costs,of sui
Com. vs. Thomas Elliott. Stealing
Sheep. Found uilt . ,Sentenced to
fourteen months im risonment in the
Joho Brownlee, Jon Kitzmeyer and
Frederick Win. Sandbach, Were admitted
to , citizenship.
Wm. B. Graves, Esc. was duly quali
fied as District Attorne i , vice L. F. May-'
nard r term expired. everal cases were
postponed until the ne t term of Court.
Bail having been entere for the•appear
auce, of Defts.
Only at Pittsburg'Landing, alotig .the
Ohickahominv,.aa -the:Second Bull Run
contests, and at'.Alutietain Or Shiiipihurg,
has this 'Slavery_ War wit'ness'ed as severe
hostile meetings as front Thursday to
Thursday witnessed the triumph of the
effort cross ' the 'river at Frederickti
burg', which was most ;skillfully dono in
the teeth of the foe. • '
Friday, there were frequent skirmish
ea,-and the complete Osseo& of our men
and arms were affected.
Saturday, systematic plans were put in
operatipn-to carry the unknown lines of
entrenchment, south of the city, com
manding in part,.and in the ovay_of our
army goingSouthward.':Nolaillt of gen
eralship,' of soldiers, or lack of courage
and materials, is alleged; The fight was
awful. - ,From.P in the morning, the gal
lant Unionists -hurled 'themselves:. 'reg,i
ment after regiment, against the strong
hold of the Rebels: Oar men displayed
prodigies-of ,valor, •and•w,on some imporr
tent points; (a mile'at the easterly line,)
gaining a part of the , firstilitiof intrench
men* -It is probable:the enemy lost
less than we, as they were almost invisi
ble is their woods and rifle pits and be
hind their intrenchments. At night, the
fire slackened, and our men lay upon their
arms.'..,:. „ ::'; ; ,
Sunday, the. Unionists awaited an at
but the - enernerweilld not come out
for a general,engagrinent.
Monday, finding the enemy's position
too strait to lie taken unless at immense
sacrifice, our men being worn by four
days of offensive' labor and the pontoon
bridges being in,danger, it was deemed
inexpedient tci remain on the south side
of thel river. -And-as- •Washington at
Long riland escaped dUring the storm
and f'l4 - i, so Burnside, amid the rain and
wind Of Monday evenidg: and Tuesday
morning, brought back everything move
able out of danger. . .*
When, on Tuesday, the Rebels found
their hOped-for prey had. escaped, they
were astonished and angered—but, as our
guns command the eity,:tlfey keep 'a re
—The result is a sad loss of life, and
thereini a cause of discouiagement. But
a movement was demanded by the loyal
peopledand the blow inflieted on the cau
tious file must ,satisfy them how strong,
and how earnest is the Union spirit. No
censure can bo 'attached 'to the Army 'or
to its Generals. On the dontrary, though
repulsed, the survivors have won immor
tal honor, and the falle4 dead . will he
ranked with thdse of Bunker 'Hill and of
The delay of lb e• army in reaching the
; Rappahannock, , and, of the pont'oonsin
riving in time to bridge it, gave the ene
wy and their slaves ample time to make
more stronga good natural position. On
things" bang-.great results.--
,_ Perhaps no one is criminally to
and these may rank among the nnfortu•
!nate "accidouts of war."
Official reports of our losses in the bat
tle wave the number less than has bethi
reported; being less than, 1,400 kill and
8,000 wounded. A large'portton of the
wOutid6d were only slightly hurt. We
lost 81310 prisoners, and took about as
(ht . 4rd, Mississippi; (lately occupied
by a Union force) is the . home Jacob
Thomp l son, the Secretary!:of the Interior
%rho stole the Indian- bonds. His house
was occupied, intl some of his papers
found.l Among them was it copy of a
letter tiritten by him, in Nov. 18k* 0, to a
friend iat, home, froth Whith t•se 2140 the
tblleising paragraphs: • • •
"MY : allegiance isduetO the State of
and her destiniy shall be my
destiny:. I believe she , ought-to resist,
and to'the bitter. end, Black Republican.
rule. I hope our ' ‘ State 1011 call a con
vention to provide new guards fOr our fu
ture safety, and in the event of a call of
a convention, 1 tvaot, if I can,; to be a
werober - of that convention',
"DiOculties accumulate tiporrus' here.
As long as lam here, I shall shield and
protect' the South. IV heneier it shall
come to pass that I shall think that-I can
do no fiirther good, here,.l shall return to
my home. Buehanan is tbeiruest friend
. to the South I have even known from the
North.: Ile is a jewel aild'a man. • But
my duty now is to the SOO.
"The successful, nnresisted installment
of Lincoln, is the beginning of the end of
Slavery. The North is dePeudene on the
South for its prosperity. The South is
,not dependent on the North for anything
necessary to her.material welfare."
Thi s precious seam:Aral proves that, l
they were bent on Disunion at any rate,
and thought Buchanan ; a "jewel friend of
i the South," as be doubtleSs was, at the
expense of the Union. , •
Widger, Win. D.
, Junes Gross, Ed
y Burrell. A true
st all except Ed.
.y the Grand Jury.
y found the first
1 , 121 the Judge sen
!ars and ten months
Ittiary, to return or
is, and to pay one
EMANCIPATION TN AtlSßOUßL—Sena
tor Wilson has prepared and will intro
duce, a bill iu aid of emancipation in
Missoui!i: - - Inasmuch . as , tho'clonstitution
of that ;state forbids emancipation with
out conipensation, and as it is deemed of
the utnfost-iruportanne ;to Secuiti theStata
and the interests of the people on the side
of Freedom, and against the Rebellion, it
is proposed to givetheimin'ediatepecuni : .
ary aid of the gov,ernnient. "toward ernan
cipation as a military ;measure. ' The•bill
will offer a first, iustalnient of 10,000,,400
forth is: purpose,- with -suitahlo,pravlsion
to the ticcomplisliment,ef its. pur
poses. :• •
Battle , otTraderriokftrurg.
. 3 .i; •'3 ': :.7'1 . F.. 4 ': 7. 1:...r . ., ÷ '' ..= • !!'" •'' '' 1! A. .77.1.17:t
FourD - aysmii ghfing.,,i .e.
5a,410 - Enow 'as:,ye.t. for -ti4e.holidays.:
Plesatirailseek6i 4111 be. doeipelled..to use
GREAT WASTE OF MONET.--The
amount 'of money thrown away annualiy
in,Alie - States in the: purchase' of
flour to be made into - heavy and unwhole
some bread, would endow all the colleges
of the Union. " This immense wastage .is
lessening year by year; as the celebrated
ChemiCal Salaams comes to be known,
and :wherever it is known, our word for
it, no other will, be used. It is made and
sold'at-wholesale by D. B. Detand & Co.
Fairport,'Nonroe Co., New York, and sold
by first class grocers everywheie.
Corrected, every Wednesday by.P. A. STEB
BINS & CO.i-Retail Dealers in Groceries
oppositeD.,F. Glassmire i s Hotel,
t. t' , :Coudersport, Pa.. •
Apples, green, V bush., $374 to - 75
do •-• dried, •"•• • • -1 ob - 2.0
Bcivik,j.., : i. . , Lob .• I. 50,
Beeswax, V lb., , .. 25', '3O
Bee, — " " . 3 '' 4
Berries' ' driedi-V quart ,' 6 12i
Buckwheat, V bush., . 37k -44
Buckwheas Elour, ' 2 00", 2 25
Butter; 164 • -- 15..,; 18.
Cheese,." i .7'4 10'
Corn, V bush., • - '75 ''- 88
Corn Meal, per cwt.,,, .1 50 175
Eggs, V doz.; , •'' " 12
Flour, ,extra, V bbb,
& superfine " , 6 00. .6 50
Hams, V lb.
. 7 ,
. 9 ' 12i
Hay, V ton, ' '6 00 - 7 00
Honey ; per lb., . 10 124
Lard, - " ' ' 10 ' 12}
Maple Sugar, per lb., 10 - 12
Oats, V hush., ' 44 50
Onions; • " .50_ 15
Pork, V bbl.; • l5 On 17,00 •
,do V lb., . 8 ' 9
do in whole' hog, V lb., ' 5 !' 6
Potatoes, per bush., ,25 '371
Peaches; dried , — ` lb., ; . 25
Poultry, V lb., • 5 7
Rye, per bush., 83 75
do 11 sack,
Trout, perk bbl.,
Wheat, Ttl . 1
White,Fish, "t 4 ' : _ 450 500
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"Correct with spirit eloquent with ease,
Intedt to,realou, or, polite to please.'
The New York Mercury.
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It is With" nofear of War's effect upon their
literary fortunes, that the publAers of The
New Ye Ittercy acknowledge the unwav
ering loyalty of the two hundred thousand
subscribers.," and aano_unce to them and to all, ..
that The New 'jerk. Mercury' for this year
(1863) Will be richer in every litsit, - ,y of Pó
lite Literature thdn ever before. It is no up- 1 1
start speculation,'' no tempOrany dsensation,"'
but. a first-class 'literary weekly,lwhich has
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ter of a tientui7 ; 'and while trio wishy-washy Tiomi 50 to 100 per cent. below most other
prints of yesterday are cutting down their dealers—the Jews, so much noted for selling
talent even while they raise , their subscription _ Cheap, not -
price, The Mew York Merdury maintains all I Wd will sell you all. Wool Fine,Black Boo
its great Staff of Biamancers, Poets, Humor- skin }'ants for $3,50, worth 55.00: .
ists, Essayists, Story-Tellers, and Vditors,and Gobd Suits of Black - Clothes : Coat, Vest,'
preiniseslto niakelit still greater f4r 1863. 1 ant 4; Hat; Socks, Pocket Handkerchief,
It is th 9 one paper for'every hont9. Its for- for $lO, worth $lB.
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his wife, the "mother to her children, the lover
to his Tieetlierth, the soldier to his comrades,'
and the :village tchoolmaster to the circle.
around the Stove.,- It is, familiarlo the sight
of every inan, - Woman, and child in,orm coun
try, and has regular subscribers in several
countries of Europe. The. New York Mercury
is also identified with the"graMiest Patriotism;
of the age, for several members of its brilliant'
Staff hold high rank in our, noble army, and
have made themselves as Amous irith the
Sword aswith the' Pen. The• great illustrat
ing artist of The New York Mercury, the in - -
imitable Harley, gives the paper the highest
attributes Of Pino,Art; and yet this largest
literary Weekly of the day promises to surpagg
itself in all these respects during the l'jew Year!
. The first New' York Mercury Novelette for
the New Year, to be commenced id the issue
of January 3, 1863, is dined VICTORIA; or
The kleiresss of Castle Olin.. By Gousitilday
Carleton. Author of "Gipseferower," "Sybil
Campbell," "Erluiae," !'La Masqub,7lm,
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since pronounced thorn superior to any other
novelettes, published on 'this side of the At
lantic.; anti the true test of their merit is found
in the fact that they are eagerly reproduced,
after their publication in' the Mercury, by the
English press: We may add' that tkemety
tate, "Vietoriaris fully equal in interest and
depth of plot; to either. of those which have
secured - so, large a slinre 'of public ' approval,
and we can earnestly'recommend it to all sto
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Wantof goods at less prices than can or will
)12, sold by any dealer in this section.. Below,
eve give you some of our prices, and also the
priees the same goods are sold for by most 'of
bur l neighbors.
hood Sheeting; 12 to 14 eta:.
[ sold by most dealers f0r.16 to 22 cts.
Very Wee bleached Goods 10 to 14 • 16 to. 20
`,A. large lbt of Sheep's Gray arid Cas- , •
situers, from 31 cts.'•up
Good Apron Checks and Check
Bhirting, 1271 to 15 Ms.
OiMA Ginghams, 121 to 15
Betintifur DeLaines and' Poi do
CheVre, 12 to 20 20 to 31 : 1 ,-
NiCe all Wool Ilerinos,G3 Worth $1,25 to 1,75
huge assortment of Blabk Silk,,
88 to sl,lt 1,25 to 1,78
;Fine Black Silk Shawls, $O,OO - 8,00 to 9,013
And a large stock of
,Riack Silks froin 75 cts
o $1 GO Worth from "$1 50 to $1 75.
0-ood Spragues, ilerrimacs Dannells and
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, tyles, warranted fast colors, Harrass Checks
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vor J th 15 to 20 ets,
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LARGE PER CENT.
icon enameled boots, 75 cts,worthsl.l3tol.sb
;oo l fl balMoral bootees, - $l,OO 1.50tu1:75
Tomen's goadOalf b00t5.75 to 1.00 1.00t01.63
ems Ido . $2.15 1.004)4.7,5
'anranted Kip Boots, home-made, ,
- 1' - 1
t - -
Lirnilhe line. of Groceries ice offer a enoice
variet) , of Teas at 50, 75 and sl.oo—rAnd our
Dolla4 Tea can't be beat: .
0°0(1 Sugar for 10 cts. Coffee &agar 11 cts..
Sidaritus 6 6 cts. Baxsaap 8 eta.
,i't Coffee 16 cts.
would also inform you tLi we ha -e got
b4titblished in, our .
the largest in this seeiloii—ond filled fions
e.4llarltti garret iAIso the -large buildings
adjoining are and by us for atorago rooms.
,I . ,
PRICE PAID PGA
11 ' /
mid other Proditce, that can readily be Cot-
NTXte n (Tra sh.
onelvrerd snore. As the transpOrt!ttion,on
o4r Gods from Wellsville here,eosts only 12/
cents per hundred, and our other . eipenses are
suitill,,Jwe. do not neld Itkme profits%
1 .LI SIMMONS, .
iiiisaa-a. Village, OcL Ist, 1642::
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4 4 "
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The Buffalo Bleteaiatiie 00l ems ,
CORNER :OF MAIN AND 'SENEGA-STREETtr
74_an important link in lbe4ie'tit,'
NATIONAL 2IER.CANTILE C
bated id the followlng cities, viz:.'" I, '"
NEW, TORk• CITY; PHILADELPuhik
BROOKLYN, , • ; A LBA NY, :
TROY, , CLEVELANDiII - ,••cl •
DETROIT,, CIIICAGO r
16.415 §ARIT,LOVIS.' , • r
" SchOlaiship issued frelii the Briffahi:Cip
lege, entitles the hblder to
the Colleges' for att., unlimited
The Design 'of th ese, s titn ti ons if S.ta tiiySifi
to young men and ladies, a thorough, prp,4t
cal business education. ,
;" , ,„
These Colleges are' ofganized.
1 , 14 upon a basis which ,oust secure :to'
t - eptrate Institution thclostpcissible
for imparting a thorough mereittatifeo t tli.
tion, and render it as a whole, the.most,epix,
prehensive and . completesystem in this ebqp.imy
Book-Ne'eping in all :its departmeneXcia*
tnereial La*;Commercial Arithmetie and•Peiit
manship; are taught in the most thorottelladli
practical mintier. .
The Spencerian ,)Systern of Pentnanslalp,_ : lj
'ta iight by competeht and experienced teachers
Scholarship, paiable in rWarce, $41)..":2;
College open daY, az d evening:
Resident PrinOial at BilffA,
For further infdrmation, please:tall qt:thi
Celle:tit rooms, or send for Catalogue,a'idCiAt
Culir eliclosfng lotler.stamp. A ddrAsA, . ,
13RyANT 4c STRATTON; ;
' buffalo, 14,
CGETCi OF JAY COOKE,
• SrBSCRIPTION AGENT,
At Jay Cooke & Co., ,ttankerit;
114 SOUTH THIRD Smith,
Philadelabia, NV-. 1,, 186i.
The' ninlersigned having been appointeck
Subscription Agent by the. Secretary of tlitl
Treasury, is now prepared to furuish,.at once;
The New Twenty Year 6-per cent. Bondi!
pf the United States, designated as .I. l Fivev
Twenties," redeeMable at the pleasure of tile)
Government, aftertfive 'years, and authorized.
by Act of CongresS, appreNed Vebt'y 261.802.;
The COUPON BONDS arc issued id sures:6f
$5O; $lOO, 8500, and $4100.. *. • ';71.1
The REGISTER BONDS in sums of $5O!
$lOO, $3OO, sloooand,Esooo. ,
Interest at - Trrer'reent. pei'annUm
Menee from the ditte olpurehase, and` s
Payable ,I'l3 Gota i ;.
Semi=annually, which Is equal at the -presen
premium On gold, to about•EIGIIT Per teitie
per annum. • . ,
16 to 20
16 to 25
Farmers, Merchants, 'Mechanics; Capita Hits,
and all who have ,any ruoney,to invest,shoulJ
knoW and rem:umber. that thesu 1)0:Ida - are) ;
in diem, a Firs t 'Mortgage nildhall
CatnalS, Bank Stocks and Securities, anti th,'d
immense products of all '034 Man facittirk,i64 l
'hi _the country : and that the full cud: atupidl"
provision made fo4 the payment of thelutepM,, t
and liquidation oflprincipal, by gusto* Du
ties, Excise Stamps and. Internal :ICOVediu3l:
serves to make thtfTe Bonds the -
Best, Most Available and Moat Popular;
Inivestaierit in the Market.
Subscriptions received At Per in Legal Teridef ,
Notes, or notes and checks of banks at par id
Philadelphia. Subscribers by mail will' fez
ceive prompt attention, and every facility and.
explanation will be afforded on application at,
thiS (Aire: A supply of Bonds will be kept ,
on bind for immediate delivery. •
JAY COOKE, Subscription Agent.
Nos. 9. 11, 13, 15, 17, COURTLARDT STREET'
Near i ßroadwaY, New York City:
This, old-establiOed and favorite rusliti of
the Business community has been reeentlyris4
fitied;,and is complete in everthing• thit . cart
minister to the comfort of its patrons. tad ied
And Families are specially and carefully ,
It is centrally ',cleated in the business part
of the city, end is contiguous to the prinqipal ,
lints of steamboatS, cars, omnibuses, ferries.
In consequence Uf theiiVessure caused by;
the, Rebellion, prices have been 'reduced to
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS PER ti.Alt:'
The table is amply supolied with all tUei .
luxuries of the season, and is equal to that oi
any other hotel inAhe country.
Ample AcconthacidatiOng are offered - for upz
ward of 40 Ct
Donot believe rfinners, hart:l:demand Othord
who may say "the WeOrertt Hotel:is full." •
D. D. WiNCHESTEII, Proprietor:.
Thos. D. Winchester. . fvl9 ; •.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A; SANDBERG & BRO'S
Tanners and Curriers;
I _TAYE also established a. • 4
Boot and Shod
Manufactory, bpposite Glassniire's Butel;
in the room formerly occupied by .1. B. Smith.:
• They offer their Boots and Shoes at a ._
LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME QUALITY HAVE ;
EVER BEEN SOLD 14 POTTER COUNTY.
And they will have nothing but the best work
men and the hest stock that the country will
produce, and mousy arid lahorynti . pr( N ure.
Triai" FEEL CONFIDENT TILI-T
•WORE WILL OWE
ides, - Calf loos, Sheep Peltd,
taken at the Highest Market Price.. •
GIVE t'S A TRIAL I •
Coudersport. pat, March 15
'Notice is hereby given that the Partnership;
neretnfore existing under the name nt; 800 tint
and Burtis. is thi4 day dissolved i..iy_tnatin4
consent. The bustnes> will be centiauvd by
J. W. Boutin.
wooLsEi - D4:11,712.:
Infite't CoTners4 Sept...3o.
l b li Yi4 - ice r ll'Aßl .4.1. ti.:;, has left thy bed andt:
_LVI_ boasd,witholit VForacation,asul 1 beret
eUutrati all persuosi not to trust 1) er on illy,
sett:ince as I tirill psi no debts of ben...a:es:act=
ing ufiLe compelled by law ~.
j_ • ..: .: : . , . ELM - NIEI
16'1 XISTEM' heretofore Roder . .tbe.. - o,rrot.ets'
IA. Garrett, withdraw.:!
& Co, .s this 01 .rtijIiigr!Ylii 4 . 0 :.
ha -the withdrawa .
lQf the nndersiget ' ,
IiSSZr eitaLS.rl . if V