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TUE POTTER COUNTY .TOTTRUL
Cmdersptht, Wedneiday 1 , % 1863
Local and ,General.
m.See New Advertisements:
in our next issue.
lorThe Dome of the National Capitol 7111
be finished during tho ensuing year.
Mir Local items are as scarce as—gold in
a printer's pocket.
16.1 Sleighing is gocid in and around the
village; Ili:it:not so good in many places in the
, iter The sendqraitor Etayara, of c Aware,
has been re-elected to the Senate for iyears
from t -tiateb 4th. , • •
jfir The reported death of &x-t v. Packer
bas proven false. A Williamsport paper says
that he was on the street on Friday last.
MrHerschel V. Johnson, who ran for the
7 - Vice Presidency on the Douglas ticket in 1860
has been ulected to the traitor Senate by tlie
Legislature of Georgia. • '
..Considerable nlnrm wasrecentlrcreat
ed in 'Charleston; 'S.' C.; by diicovering that
Tretroes were secreting arms: Nineteen
of the most intelligent(!) were hung.
ler The lion, Zechariah Chandler, a sound
Repub • lican,ivaA on Thursday of as week re
elected to the T ?qi ted States Senate by the
Legislature of Mi * chigan, for six years from the
4th oT March next. •
SerJ.A,W9 - odTttd hai become 'assticiated
with P:C.tanGeldee in• tho • publication of
the Willhurturrt Bulletin. The size bas been
reduced to siz•columiis owing to the ail;auze
in printing materials. •
, :ligCPresident Benson, of Liberia, who'has
recent4l:4iton.'n - iisit to London; has 4ego
*lMO with Minister Charles Framers Adiiinia
commercial rreaty with the United States,pla
-.eing eitizens:on a footing with citizens of the
most favored nations.
serThe P,ena i rt Legislature met this lyeek.
The Senate elected Geo. V. Lawrence,lllep.o
Speaker and George W. liammersley, Clerk.
The Mouse elected John Ccssna,Dem., Speaker
and Jacob Ziegler, Clerk. No business °r-im
portance hes ',yet been transacted. .;
Tta—The Loncester Union—tine of the 'most
valuable of our etehtinges boa been itnited
,Ezoininer 4- Herald. There cnn be
no dOiihrtiiiita union of two such able papers
'wilt restt. in adrattage to the Ilepublienn
party ns, , well s irtereasea psoftt to the Pro-
are indebted to. some peyson, un
known to us, for a Catalogue of ihe
turd College of l'enusylvaula. It contains
also 11, succinct history of Agricultural Educrt-
Eutnp : tind America, together with the cir
vutnstances of, the rise -and prtgress of the
Agricultural College, &c.
12a...tattiiort—This is a 4angerous period
of the year for colds. People should be care
ful: *.rs. Partington says she has got a ro
mantic affection- in the shoulder Abe neurology
in her head, and the embargo in the region of
the jocular vein ; land all from orting_.the
'window to throw a bottle at a - couple of belli
cats on the shed.
MAtihrit'S the matter? The, loco papers
are terribly 4eeeisea about tlre recall of Gen.
Butler. One writer considers him a martyr,
etiilc another pronounces him the most in-
Tamous wretch of the Come, Come, ye
satanic scribblers; don't fight about "trnele
Btu," contact with, the peeullarinstitutlim
you love so much and for which you would
sacrifide your•couetry has . made him a rang
nificelat abolitionist l
la,,Mr.tutchins, of Oliio,tim successor:of
Mr. Giddings, offered a resolution in the . House
1.0 give tine gold medals to the volunteers who
crossed the Rappahannock in the small boats
at Fredericksburg. It was a perilous under
taking, yet the -whole movement depended on
it. Medals would be one acknowledgMent of
thew bravery, but a better one would be hon
orable promotion. That's what the soldiers
desire and these brave fellows de§eive it. '
tier 'What rattling of the knee-joints, what
cold sweats, what hideous night-mares, what
—horridArri l igeiq ?past ;inconstincy,. arc pro
duced among tile blear-eyed butternuts of
Pennsylvania — by the approaching Senatorial
election. Reports from Harrisburg seem to
indicate that the brimstone heaped togethet
during the fall bits taken fire and some weak
nosed locos threaten to, leave their quarters
if it is not extinguished. Poor, deluded mor
tals, having become sensibly conscious of the
rottenness of their party-carcase, constantly
fear that some loyal wind: may Wow it to the
ground. That Davici : Wilmot may be elected
is possible pet hardly prdb'able,still from What
we hare heard ice would not - lie surpris d
he' was. • • .„
Itel. The parriOurg T,etegropheays that the
Tax ortßetil Estirte is Lebo reduced to (Me
mill on the dollar', according to a recommend.
ation t of Messrs.' William McClellan, of
bersburg, Robert B. MoCiiith'd.tiawieitte
and M. Russel Thayer, of Philadelphia, the ,
Commissioners to" revise and codify the State
revenue laws, who have been for some months
engaged in their duties and have now. nearly
niched their. labors.: . ..l'he important result
attained is that they ire, able to recommend
redaction of the State* Tax' on real estate' to
ope mill on the dollar, which is a reduction
of more than.one-haifpa the old sates.. This
will be welcome news to the 'holders of real
estate,' which hiki heretofore beau .heavily
taxed. net :detibt,that. the reduction
recommended will he adoTted.-. . • 1
14tosa"ot the Pottei Coitatjr boys who joined
Tioga Compatiekvere wcraxaledla the late
fierDon't jet -to try the new tap-tattier!
One Vox 'Saikcinlfier'wprtnake 'tnoral'and
bettor,, Beep than a cart:load of aahes, and
withmhalf the trouble.
- SmsmsaTss.s. 7 .--The merchants Of toniler
sport will'refeise to take ail ForeigkShiuplas,
"ten after the Ist of February.
HEur.-- 7 Sonie one has written the following
as suitable forkle 'traitors at the South :
"Hemp 'on the throttiof them,
Hemp round - the neck of them, _
• Hemp under the -ears of them,.
Twisting and choking;'
Tag s.3o.—Tlieltordan has a letter from
a member Of Col. Ellumker's Regiment, extol
the bravery and services ; of the gallant 53d.
From all acconnts that reach us our boys be-.
hared nobly in the Fredericksburg battle.. •
ItEslotEb.-2d Licat l Hurry Baker hes re
signed Ids position in . Capt. Jones' company
"and returned borne. " Our young friend, Serg't
.Arthur B. Mann, will be most likely promoted%
TEM. -AGITATOIL-Hugh Young retired front
the * Tioy n Agitator last ireek." May success
attend him in his private life. M. H Cobb
has again returned to be cditoritil Chair. We
welcome him back to the "Northern tier" and
hope that his peti'ma's , accomplish much good
in times future as it has iri ; times past.
far By an Act •approvet-AWeightit day of
April, A. D. 1862,.a portion of the tax hereto
fore raised for Military purposes is now appro
priated to the Relief Fund of the county..-The
amount of this tax so to be appropriated will
be about $3OO annually. The balance of last
year's tax, amounting to $7O, has been so ap
arThe Wellsville Deo lies el guifig his
intention of visiting our village next week to
offer his professional services, to. those. •tvho
have aching, decayed or Ili) Teeth: Mr.Shee
rar.is acareful operator and will use his best
elTortslo satisfy* his patients.,' We would-ad
vise all to. give.him &gall., His prices have
not raised. Inquire at Mr. Glasscaire's.
I se'The friMids of Rev.l - James Blakeslee
are invited to a Donation Party for his benefit,
I to be held at the house of Luke Darling in
Allegan), Friday afternoon' and evening of
this week. Committee of arrangements: Mr.
and Mrs. Lucien Bird, Mr. an ' dMlrs.C . S. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. W, D. Cutler, Mr. and Mrs.A. F.
.31r, and Mrs. W. S. Raymond, Mr. and
Mrs. L.B.Morley, Mr. andltri.Amos Raymond,
Misces Angelica 'Darling, Elizabeth Moore,
Estella Bishop, Elizabeth Presbo, Marlon Nel
son, 4.tnd Messrs. Clarendon IDarling,,Proctor
Maynard, Javae - s Morley, Fordyce Nelson, Eli
SIDE-WALSS.-A petititat has been sent to
the Legislature for tbe passage of an Act to
enable the Burgess and Town-Couficil of this
Borough to repair or make new sidewalks be
fore the property of persons who refuse to keep
them in order, and to collect the cost of the
said repairs or side -walks the same as unseat
ed taxes are collected. This is simply justiCe
' and will no doubt be granted. The condition
of some of the sidewalks this winter is shame
ful and a decent regard for the safety of those
compelled to be out at night should make cer
tain persons along the main streets repair
their broken walks. .
VTHE INDEPENDENT—This weekly
Religious, Literary, and `Ettnily Journal, edii
ed by Rev-Ileury Ward Beecher, Rev. Joshua
; Leavitt, a D.. and Theodore Tilton, having a
circulation, it is stated, more than double that
of any simildi neWspaper in the world, gives
notice in its issue of the first of January, that
its subscription price will not be increased nor
its size diminished—that the dame terms : viz :
Two Dollars per annum, will beeiontinued,
notwithstanding the great advance in white
paper. The same array. o( distinguished con
tributors, including illirriet BeeTher Siowe,
Rev, Messrs., Hatfield. and- Cuyler, Horace
Greeley : Whittier,fhe_Poet, and others, also,
a Sermon by Mr. Beecher, will continue to en
rich its columns. , •
W.LEMCI UP FROM THEM DRlCA4ls.—Whisky
is .tClling in Augusta; 'GAL, according to the
doleful -complaints of the Sentinel at 50 cents
a dritik. Tbe,Sentiuel..adds
"None but a Congressman or a Major-Geng
can afford to get drunk at present prices. Any
poor man who made hit:itself .a toper for the
lack of sense, will have to become sober for
the lack of emits." ;.
Possibly, this state of thingi May account
for the .'peace" rumors which have been coin
ing- up from the SOlith recently., The "sober
second thought" of the tab long intoxicated
rebels, Pt-glut to Assert itself ", There must,
*e, suppose, be aminterval _of ”',sore..beatini"
but with " whiskey fifty cents a drink ; " re
pentance - dra*s nigh in the Squib. •
NEilr:AmzurcAs -CycLomo7.k.-1-to call the
atteattoa of our readers:to the aonexed:cfrdi
lar of the publiiheiti cif this great work t
New Yoas, Nov;`?, 1863
Of:the New Ainericait 4 oyelciptediarbelag . non'
in press, and shortli - tohepabliehedift ispro
per to advisor:id that • after the publication
and delivery to Subsdribers of that volume,the
price wilLbe adVatteed SO Cents a volume to
all , future irdtistriberi.: - .Thfs -,, locieased price
is rendered necessary by reason of the advance
pr :paper and material - in the - manufacture of
she- work, as-alsti .the very great expense
of the literary lair,mitch exceeding the esti
mate made when ye first issued Our terms.M
stibscribers &clears" hare faith
fully kept 1,0 our engagements. giving to the
subscribers more than We promised; and 'we
taint tbosewbo have failed to t proeure the
work Miring its'prekreas will not regard the
increased price as Unreasonable.'
• - • Ver; l ,-Reapectfall y t,
• - D.Arrtztox & Co.
Tat' Tail" Tetx:;;-nlae lake tett with
yeti," said Mrs.A. tciiirskt. the.other evening,
“becauiii)iislirays have :iti# nice biscuits
How 40 Yolrinske the m .' " It is avy to make
gooeldscuits,TlVas thli reply, "il you have the
right materials. .An indispensable ar c e is
Deband.:s 6hemical Salaratus, wauldn't
use any other is I went ten miles onfoot to
get :And Whit's more I would not patron
ize a grocer ; who did not keep it for sale !" 'All
the ladies present concurred in the opinion of
Mrs. A., that 11:M.biscults were the _beat, they
ever saw, and with lifrs. B.,lhat the tihemical
Saleratus was an indispensable artiale for
making diem. ,
In Romer, Jan. 2, bf‘diptheria, WALLACE
ELTON, son of Jacob and Eliza A. feet, aged
10 years, 11 months and 13 days. -
This boy; when told his end w,as nigh, ez=
hibited no fee . ; hut with singular discretion
divided his little property, chose one to Preach
his funeral 'sttraon and calmly awaited death.
The Savior lQves.thnt boy and, will crown him
with an tin - tiding- n. c.
.43f-diptla . M:iaiA. D. 1862, ebildren'of D. D.
and Sarah CoicSoo, of Holier :: MART Lizr.ss,
Oct. 21 : aged 3.years, 6 monthsand 21 days.
Inooz:in,B., Roy. 4, age 4 6- years, 5
and . 6 -dayii...asteen AtiEme, Dec. aged 12
years and 4 Months, And, Mitio:s R.; Dee'r
28, aged 1 - 7 sears, 5 months aud,s days.:
"That infant is a seraph now l I
Those danghtetskteelbeforg the throne 1
That beatteous boy,with'harp and crown,
Exellting,'sprea'di bis silver wings 1 •
Thou almost hear'st those perfect strings,
Whose music is to thee unknowa l
Sound where the glad immortals bow,
Where children cast their honors down,
Where elde.rs,and apostles meet
' At hens feet.
Think, parents .I while sweet tears are shed,
How blessed are the.early ,dead
LIEZETZIAEL TEEO,. 'No. 99;.June-Term, 1862.
vs. Libel in Divorce.
&nen A. TEED.: To. Sunlit A. Teed, Respon
dent, pleasa l take notice that a subpoena and
alias subpoena having be6e issued and return
ed niht7, you, Sarali;A. Teed, respondent . ' are
notified to appear at our next' term of COurt,
to answer the etiMplaints of yoursaid husband,
Ilezekialt Teelkandsbow cause wily iiiivorce
a. u. m. should not be granted.
-• . •D. C. LARIIAitEE, Shff.
Sberiff'S Ofilce, :July 14,_1863.
SAPONIFIER I SAPONIFIER
SOAP MAKER! 11
FOR SALE AT STEBI3INSI-
Corredted every Wednesday by P. A. STEB
BINS & CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries
opposite D. F. Glassmire's Efoi4.li
• Coudersport, Pa. 1 '
Apples, green, la bush., s37i 1.0 75
do dried, " 100 200
'Beans, ii • • 100 1110
Beeswax, 70 lb., 25 • 30
Beef," II 3' 4
Berries, dried, 'l3l quart 6 12i
Buckwheat, 'IR bush., . 377} 44
Buckwheas Flour, 100 2 25
i Butter, `ll lb., • . 16 18
Cheese, " " '1 10 --
Corn, 'l4 bulb., 75 • 88 '
Corn Meal, per cwr., - 1 t.O 175
Eggs, v dos, 12
Flour, extra ' !jbbl., 700• 7 50
do stiperfi ne "" " •6 00 ''6 50
Danis, "4? lb., ' 9 12i
Hay, v ton, COO 700
Honey, per lb., ' 10 12i
Lard, it 10 I'4 l
Maple Sugar, per lb., 'lO 12-
Oats, '3 bash% ) . 44 -50
Onions; 1 50 75
Pork, %7 bhl. ) - 15 00 17 00
do ij/ lb., 8 9
do in whole hog, 'l4 lb. - , 6 •. 6
Potatoes, per bush., 15 3711
Peaches, dried, 10 lb., - 25
Poultry, `f ,
lb., : 5 7 .'
Rye, per bush., 63 75
Salt, 11 bbl., ' 4 50
do 7tl,sack, . 2d
Trout, per i bbl., 450 500
Wheat, 'l7 bush.,• • 100 125
White Fish, `f bbl., 450 •5 00
Wanted, on teconnt ; at ibis Office
T 1 Confessions and
sLI XPERIENCE of an Invalid. Published
a' • for the benefit and as a - warning and a
caution.to young men who suffei fitiom Nervous
Debility, Prematute Decay, tic., suppl,yint at
the same,time the means of self-cure. By one
who has cured himself after being put to great
expense through medical imposition andquack
ory. By enclosing a post-paid addressed en
velope, single eopies may be had of the author,
NA.THANIEL MAYFAIR, E'llit, Bedford,Kings
county, Vbw York.—Marlpspnly.
NATHEREAS - the Hon. Robert G. White
V President Judge, and the lions. C.' S.
Jones and G. G. Colvin; .AssOciate Judges or
the Courts of Oyer' - i Teri: Liner and General
Jail Delivery; Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Orphans' Court and Court of Common Pleas
for the - ;C(inrity - Sof liacci issued their
precept, benring,date the eighteenth day. of
M in-- the- year •of ) (Mr LA Oie"thou
, sand eight, hundred. and ailty-two, and. to me
directed,for holding a Court of Oyer and:Tett
iner and: Gtneral:Jail =Delivery; Quarter Sea-.
sions .of the Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court
of doriim'ori Pleas; in theßoronglic:f Couders
port, on MONDAY, .the, . 16th' day - of' Feb'.next, and to contirine on' week,: , '
Notice is therefore hereby gis'en' tit the Cor
oners, Justices of the 'Peace and Constables
within - the County, thatthey be then and there
in thei r proper persons, at 10 o'clock:
said day, with' their rolls, records, Inquisi.:
dons, examinations, and other remembrances,
to do those things' which to their offices ap
pertain to be done: 'And those Who are bimand
by thqir TeeOgaisactoes .tor prOsecute: against
the prisoners.thak are or .ehaill be in the jail of
said county:of - Potter, are , to bethearindthere
to proseeate agehist theme& wtlf be; inst.
Dated at COurrotrisr;our, . - Jan . ., - 5c 1863; and
the 84th yearofth e Independenco Of the Vnited
States of InieriCa. '. ". ;• . :
D. G. LARMITEt., Shrift
lir am ordered to dekviebne or two Bearsll pair. of. _Raccoons, tatiiiters, Black Sqiiiir
rele;Vlyitig Squirrels,. OA 'tiny kind ;of !wald
saitnrds!--I4VLNG--and Tathe if.possible.l
Anyone_ who wishes - to sett please let line
know the conditions, and direct to '7;
B. TBEIS Gerinttria, Pa.!
; They are wanted immediately.
1 • To the Publio.
H. TALLMAN would inform the *l6
; velh2ig public that he has rented, tftb
Eagle. Hotel opposite C. H. Simmons'
Block at Oswayo Village, Penn'a, which
been newly refitted acid furnished, where ;he
I intends to keep a First Class Hotel. Parties
of pleasure and those wishing a quiet hothe
'ever Sabbath, will find, this house equal to any
in this vicinity. The tables will always be
well eupplied.'und the barns well furnished
with hay and oats, and 'no, pains spared ,fOr
the coiuTort of guests. ' .
WM. H. TALLSLIN.
Oswayo, Pa, : Dec. 25, 1862.
.The Mag i d Time. Observer,
THE PERFECTION OF MECHANISM, 1.1
F p BING. a Hunting and Open Face, or Ladyls
ILP or Gentleman's Watch Combined.
One of the prettiest, most-convenient, and
decidedly the best and cheapest timepiece fcir
general and reliable use, ever,oltered.. It lies
tt..and - connected with its machinery,
its own winding attachment,-rende ingiZkey
entirely cinnecessaryi the casts of this Watch
are composed of tWo metals, tbe,buter otid
being flne.l6 ca s iat gold. Itbas the
ruby action lever movement, and is warranted
an.accurate timepiece., Price, superbly enL
grayed, per. case of a half dozen, $204.601.
Sample Watches, in neat morocco oozes, for
those propdsing to buy at wholesale, s3s,sent
by express, with bill payable on delivaryi
Soldiers must 'rerillt payment ildftnee, a
we chrirot' collect from those In 'the Army
Address IIIiBBAIID BROS. 'Sr. Co.,
Sole Tniporters, '
Cor. Nassau k John Sts., New York.
The New York Tribune 1863:
THE NEW YORK TRIBITNE. first isstria 'fit
fB4l, now in its twenty-se - tonci year, has bb:-
tained it larger and more widely diffused
ciliation than any other newspaper ever pub, , !
lisped in Atiterica. Thougti it tuts suffered,
in 'common With other-journals, froakhe volH
unteerieg and departure of tens of thousand's,
of Its • patrons to serve in the War for the'
Union, its eireulation'on the 6th of December,
.1.862.,.is as follows:
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PCIIILICA.N. It is Republican in its hearty ad-.
hesion to the great truth that "God has made
of one blood all natio9s --
men"-Rep , ablican
in its assertion of the equal add:inalienable
rights of all men to "life, liberty
. and thepu
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fast, earnest; defiant hostility to every scheme
and effort ot the slave power, from the Annex-1
ation of Texts to the great Rebellion,to grasp
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Upon us by their American' botlatel'part the
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tirifig in mechanical science and art in these
01'pin:tides. We shall continue to transfer
Jnour Columns copious extracts front these
journals of whatevfr we :may deem of interest
tci our readers:
IA parriplilet of instrnetions is to titti best
niodnof obtainlng Letters Patent fin few in
velntions, is furnished free ma - application ,
IMessrS. Munn & fro. have acted as Patent
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'Connection with the publication of the Scien
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eisteesJor .whom they have done business.
• No Charge is made for examining sketches •
and models of new inventions and for advis
iili inventors its totheir patentability.
Architects, Millwrihgts and Par
iers..:—TifecientifiC American will be found
a host useful journal to them.; All the new
diScoveriis in - the science of chemistry are
given in its columns, and the interests of the
artihitect and carpenter are not overlooked; .
allithe new inventions and discoveries, apper
taining to these pursuits being published from
week to w( ek. CsOful and practical informa
tion pertaining to the interests of Millyrrights
and mill-owners will be found in the Stien
tide American, which inforMation they can
noti possibly "
obtain from any other source.-
Subjects in which farmers are interested will
he found dlScuSted in the Scientific Ameri
can; arid Most of the improvements in agri
cultural implements being illustrated lu its
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Prints of yesterday are cutting down their
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pitce,t The Mew. York Mercury mdiatains all
its great Staff of Romancers, Poets, Humor-,
ists, Essayists, Story-Tellers, and Editors,and
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ty colemns of reading-matter Per Week con
stitute an unparalleled, conservatory.,of the
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Thles,ltieilities of Verse, trossip, Pei:Widens,
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iniitable Darley, gives the paper the highest
attributes of :Pine Arts and yet this largest
literary: weekly of the
. day . pioraiies surpass
itself in all theta respects during the Nevi Year!
The first ire* York Mercark Novelette for
therNevi Year, to. be Commented in the 'issue
of I ,latinary. 3,1 It'd, is tailed VICTORIA ; or I
The Lieirests of Castle Cliffe. By Cousin May
Carideo, /tether of "Lipsey Gower," "S,ybik
Caelphell," "Ermine," "La 3litsque,"
1 :.1• • •
The Productions' of this distinsfpect
thoi.eis need no eulogy. PubLic °plaice torq
since prOnolibiect.thom s:;,r,erior to. It*. other
novelettes pa - Wished,: ea this Side or_tbe At.
lan - 0C; and the ti:.iritest of their merit is found
in the fact tlatill they are eagerly repialdeed,
after the l Lipahtientioae in the Mercury, by the
Eni*'...h I press. We as l• add that the dew;
vital iateie4 and;
depth of plot 1 - talither of those which hare,
sectkred so large a share of public approval,
and itre cats, earnestly recommend it fag/tato ,
ry-icadefs.: ' '
The Ni 4 York:ternary is sold by ell news.;
menjand periodical dealers ire Etraer:ka- To
subaCrihera is regniastj mailed every Satur
day,: morning,' for 2 a year three copies for .
$5 !six copies; for 9 ; eight- copies for $ll,
tQlth ea aitra cow, free r to the fetter tip"
the Cie& ! Si*monthisubScripti'mwsreeeived.
Atid‘r. rirrite }plainly the nalteof par Post of:
free,l cotio sate Vir telt the motes of.
Alt iqteaat banks at par. • lia2ntent . Molt in
rariila,,, diadein ideas:re: kaL,S,pecitun
Cont Ant sri aiplipents- *LUC'S
ail teiterti inflienditanees post pack to.
OItit.DWEIZ WEISTRZY,. Preprieteers oft
rat .i3retc rortmc m ir rA itZ Felten st,S..T.Cit,7„
New Goods t
50 io 1 1'5 per cent. savid, *Ai istibtf
by buying your goods at
-We are ititAly to infonn all tbosp ln wa nt
of Choice and Dordeitfc Gooda 4 that ;we
have a stock of some
Wrnrtf: anfl Linda of
DRY "OODD§ tir3isEßlEg i
BOOT'S and StfOES•
ani everything usually kept in aktoutitiir store;
We arc prepared to sell at neatly the old
prices ) notWithsfanding the eat rise of gootlil
in New Yotk. Our facilities are now main
that we are prepared to furnish all those in
want of goods at less prices than cab nr will
be sold by any dealer in this section. Belotlr
we gilt you some of óer yrices, and also the
prices, the same goods itie sold tot by most of
Good Siteethr" 6 s, 12 to 14 cts. . •
sold by most dealers for 16 to 22 ctsa
1 , Very nice bleached Goods 10 to 14 15 to 20
A large lolt of Sleep's Gray and Cas
sinfhrs, from 31 cts. up
Good Apron Checks and Check
Shirting, 121 to 15 cts. 16 to 30
Good Gitighams, 121 to 15 , 16 to 23,
Beautiful DeLaines and Poi de
Chevres, 12 to 20 ' 2O to Olt
Nice all Wool MeriOs,63.worth. $1,25 61,1
ittite assortment of Black ,
BB to $1,13 1,25 to ,7!
,Pine Black Silk Shawls, $6,00 8,00 to 9,00
ld a large stock of Black Silks fircilia 76
to be worth from $1 50 td $1 15.
Good Soritgue,s, Merritt:ads DunneHi lil'
many other grades of very nice ‘Prinik
styles,. warranted fast colors, Herrass
and others, for II id Ai :cts, nothing i49er 4
worth 15 to 20 cts,
17.1 SHOES WE CAN SAVE it" II A VE
LARGE PER CENT:
Good erMineled boots, 75 ets,worthsl3 MUG.
Good hal moral bootees, $1,04.
Women's goodealf b00t5,75 to 1.46 1.0btt57.83
Men's do $2.75 i.15044,-75
Warranted Kip BoOts, home-made],
• $2.75 2.1111i84.10!
1•. , .
We Call yoitr attention in this line, as
from 50 to ]lO per cent. below mostmostOi ii t tl . er
dealers—the Jews, so much noted for itching
cheap, flat excepted. , . ,_,
We will sell you all Wool Fine Blank Doe
skin Pants for $3,50, worth $5.00.
Cobil Snits of Black Clothes: Cast. Test,
Pants;tiat, Soaks, Pocket liandkifatief, lc.,
far $10; *milt $lO.
G - ROCigiilESe
In the line of Groceries Ire offer • eboieti
variety of Teas at 50, 75 and .sl.oo—at'd Oaf
liollar Tea can't be beat. •
Good Sugar few 1D cts. Coffee Bagiti I cis;
T to 5 ets. Bar Sat,
Core* IS cts.
WEI Troul6 *Teo fpm' tt rut. iFrtt we aro got
6tobiishad in our
the largest, f.ti Otis serhom—au4 ftsel
eater to ga rret. Also! the large hoihNegd .
acliiaWaig ces a 3424 D p 143 fcle sterege.seemaa.
THE BIGI3V3t 'RIG'S PAID Fait
- • itrITEE,
erd ettlet.rraksee, Set cam restiiiii
vertetl Et*. Cash.. ,
- On* Acnci the twiimgmtetlitki
one Gegi4e-frear WI:Mc - wig* bereAvets , *way 3741
evete p*r ikeedred, wi•a tlfr- ectliorr esti:Km:slat:4
szadtl; l 4e got aced targssr poets.
V- IL 8131110%,
OS 'A 0 'REGITLATitii4
was, Is F9sl.
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