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THE POTTER CO t " • '•
colutarsport, Wednesday keening, tetn-_4,363
Local and General.
sel,.See New Advertisentepts.
For' Sale—Andrew Jack son.
Notice to Tax-payers.
lax. J. Lyon, Deputy Marshall for this
District died at Williamsport,week before last.
s ey-Sprin g t ection on Friday of this wee
Be careful to select good men. '• •
The Erie Railway Company have com
menced the work of laying 'another track be
tween Corning and Elmira.
t er-Hons. B. F. 'Wade, of Ohio, and J. R.
Doolittle, of Wisconsin,leve been re-elected
to Pthe United States Senate.
SerThe Penn'a Legislature has passed a
bill to,pay interest on the State debt in coin,
or its eqUiThlent.
air-Slei g hin g is magnificent I We have
experienced during the last few days the cold
vat'weather of the winter.
ter The death of OSCAR. R. WEB; of Co:G;
153 d Reg't, is noticed in the Tribltne of Jan. 16,
via having occurred in the Hospital at Wash
se`The Missouri Legislature - lum adopted
n resolution asking Congress for an appropri
ation of Twenty-five Million Dollars to ail
the State in its Emancipation policy.
wirThe days now begin to develepe an
observable increase in their length. From
this time forward the increase in the length
of the days will be more than fifteen minutes
•each week for at least fifteen weeks to come.
Itia,A man in this vicinity went to bed
!drunlithe other night, rolled ot of bed and
I his neck ; his wife found him dead in
'the mornieg. Moral—Shun the flowing bowl,
- or else take the back side of theibed !— Olean
There have beeit some false stories cir
•culated as to the cause of Lieut.frAuns BASCER
resigning. It is but justice to a worthy man
- and gallant officer to state the fact that he is
now quite unwell and has been 'Fo ever since
thWbrittle-of the Chickahominy.
:40ar •We are glad to learn that the commis
sion creating Sergt. Airmen 11. Mess, 2nd
'Lieut., has been forwarded by ?rev. Curtin.
'Our young friend has gained this honor by
, hard-fought and earnestly performed duties.,
;and we knoW of no' one more deserving of
•sucl promotion. 1
SqL.The synopsis of news •froyi the Rich
mond papers, which we copy in 'another col
timn, will give the Northern peoille some hint
as to the influence of the treason that, is daily
t.alked'upon our streets by persons 'not only
claiming to be gentlemen, but intelligent,loyal
ler The House has passed a resolntiort to
the effect, that no creditors of the Government
, are so meritorious as the Union
that no more money should be paid to any
'civil Officer of the Government until every
arrearage due in any regiment in the service
was fully paid... Judge Hafe . warrhly support
ed the measure.
ta..According to the Audito i r 'General's
Roport, 'Potter county is the only county in
erliiCh the accursed traffic en whiskey is not
licensed. So much MOM honor for the iateg
ity our people.—There will be an attempt
made at the approaching session of our Court
to procure a license for a "tavern" in the
eastern part of the county; that it• will full is
merely to prophecy what will soon become
part of the records.
1011)..What we prophecied before the elec
tion has proven true. The Democrats finding
themselees in the majority in one' branch of
the Penn'a Legislature have deter4aned to use
that majority to the dstrirnent of the Govern
' ment and the loyal people. Mr. Smith, the
Democratic Senator from Montgomery,. pre
sented a petition against the payment, by that
county of bounty to velunteers I Where can
men's sympathies belwho will .sign such a pe
tition ? Where can the Bastard's sympathies
he who is base enough to present it. There
are but two parties—the friends arid the Ene-
-mins of the Government—the Whigs aind. To
ries—the Loyal and the Disloyal-Lthe Patriot
and the Traitor. To which parti does this
Smith - and hisl2o locos bel.mg? They who are
not fOr the Government, are against it; there
can be /to neutral position, qualified by this
or that policy. Can these men be supporting
the Government in thus attempti'r to dis
courage enlistments ? We are. s rprised at
the truckling of this so-called Democracy.
They have licked the feet of the South so long
and have.been kicked sn much and so con
. temptously, that we think, it well nigh time
they scrape their back bones and see whether
there be any manhood left in them. Brooks
of New York, at a meeting lately held in that
city, presented a resolution in favor of a peace
ful restoration of the Union; _to be affected by
dough-face comprothises and a diep abase
monttof the Whole North. ' ThOßichmond De
spatch replies to Mr. Brooks, which, reply we
copy on our first page. We advise every man
who thinks this Rebellion7can be' ended in
any other manner than crushing it by.force to
read and ponder well this remarkable editorial,
To the croakers who contend that nothing has
been accomplished we commend the editorial
of the Richmond - Examiner; .who has dared to
look the position full in the face and toll_ the
truth, • The Democrats who prefer finding
fault with "Abolitionists" to voting i bounty to
volunteers 'are the same men, who, if they had
the power would hand the Government over.
to Jeff. Davis.
144:uriuttNraxo Mrprx- - lirscieni - oftlierinl•r
ning regieriS,"qh — eie reorder' system . of
paying Wdrliinen fi'moSt oppressive, the bet&
ocratoj.in pUhpihing Gov, Cuitin'e 'Message,
omitted . the paragraph in which he recommends
that the to secure the amount
*siies promfeed, 'so thit . the laberererday
receive its tullvalue, and trade,where he can
trade theapei;t. - ; *-
M.Read,r, if_ you want a mild purgative
tor children, or one powerful for adults, take
Ayer's Pills; They aresugar-coated and plea
sant to use a • d are well enough known to be
good;'without our recommendation.
FIRST lIMPFISSSIOS 'Mere is a popntat
notion that the first iittpresiloit is the best,and
those who entertain it often have it eonfitnned
in the evonts and observations of life. We
heard a lady remark, the other , day. thatwhen
she commenced house. keep_m_g_she Was im
pressed with the belief that the Chemical SAIL
eratus made-fy ; D. B. DeLand - & - CO., was the
only• pure and Unadulterated article in the
market. She acted upon this impression,
bought it, used it, always had good biscuits,
always found her husband pleased with the
'bread. and has !wirer `had occasion to doubt
that 'fier first impression about Saleratus was
the correct one. This Chemical Saleratus is
for sale at all first clasi groceries.
NEW fERStY.LANDS . FO6 SAE, Also,
Garden or 'Fruit Farms,
4 Suitatle for Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Rasp,
berris, Strawberries, Blackberries, Currants,
Sic., of 1,2 i, 5, 10, or. 20
,acres each, at the
foilowing prices for' the present, viz : 20 acres
for S2OO, 10 acres for $llO, 5 acres for Sixty
Dollars, 21 acres for. Forty Dollars, 1 acre for
Payable by one . dollar a
Also, gotalCianlierry lands, and village lots
in CIiETWOOD, 25 by 100 feet, at Ten Dollars
each; payable by one. dollar. week. The
above land and farms, are situated at Chet
wOodi Washington'Townsliip, Builington
New jersey. For further information, apply,
with It P. 0. Stamp, torA7Clreular ' to
B. FRANKLIN 01,ARK,
No. 90 Cedar Street, New York, N. Y.
! • To Nervougi-Sugerers
irt t Boit. SEXES. AiierV6tis Gehilemen.
ILIF having been restored to health in a few
days,' after undergoing all the usual ‘ routine
and irregular expensive, modes of treatment,
without success, considers it his sacred duty
to communicate to. his afflicted: fellow crea
tures the MEANS OF come. Hence, on the re
ceipt of an addressed-envelope, he will send
(free) a copy of the prescription used. Di
reck Lo. Da. JOHN MI) A:NDAJJ*; •
186 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB
BINS At CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries
ppposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel,
Apples] green, ''il bush., ~
do . dried, " ''r
Beeswaix, 9 lb., 1 ,
Beef, i li, •
Berries'', dried, 9 quart -;
Butter, ill lb.,
Corn, bush., •
Corn per cwt.,
Eggs, 'V doz
Flour, extra, `ll bbl.,
do `_•superfine "
Hay, Ttl ton,
Honey, per lb.,
Maple Sugar, per lb., y
Oats, 7t) bush.,
Pork, 1,1 bbl.,
do $l lb.,
do in whole hog, 131 lb.,
Potatoes, per bush.,
Peadies. dried,ll lb.,
Poultry; re lb., .
Rye, per bush.,
Salt, 71 bbl.,
Trout, per bbl.,
White Fish, `ll
WiI:REAS letters of admininistration on
t P he'estateof Herding:4 Morley, dec'd late
of Allegany township, Potter Pa.. have
been .issued to the subscribers in Co.,ue form of
law, notice is hereby given to all persons
knowin,q themselves indebted to said estate' to
make immediate payment; and those having
claims Neill present them; duly authenticated,
j NANCY MORLEY 4 Admsrs
Alleg4ny, Jan. 30, 1863
1 FOR SALE.
ANEW ENGINE AND FlXTURES—eight
"horse power, with flue boiler. 'This en
gine is now in a Tannery at Bienville, Alle
gany Co,, N.Y. ; and has never : been Used.
Also, THE ANNERY AT MENVILLE.—
This Tannery is in a, good location for busi
ness, both as to market and bark.
The engine will be seld separately, if de
sired) or Tannery and,:engine together. Will
be sold very ,cheap.. For terms and further
information concerning the rolierty 'apply to
ANDREW JACKSON, 'a.-
;- Coudersport, Potter Co., Pettiest.
Jan. 3Q, 1863.
UniteaStatea Internal Revenue
Notice to Tax-Payeri..
ALL persons residing or doing business
/ - I_, within Potter Co., Pa., assessed under
an act of: Congress 'entitled "An Act to pro
vide internal revenue to support. the Govern
ment and to pay interest on the public debt,",
Approved, July Ist, 1862, are hereby notified
that the dutieS, taxes and:licenses which by
said act they are respectively liable to pay,
have become due and payable, and that the
undersigned, Deputy. Collector of taxeifOr the
Eighteenth Collection District of Pennsylva
nia, will attend to receive the same, payable
in Government Legal 'render Notes or.their
equivalent, at, his office in Coudersport (in the
store of o:.a. ,t; - Jones) on Saturday,
Fetli',2lsf,* 1863, of above
nained County, litied whom said duties, taies
and licemies have-been assessed, will make
pnynientlto' the nrideisigntd - at the' - above=.
named Olace and time, and 411 persons who
shall._neglot to - pay the duties, taxes and li
censes so hs aforesaid assessed upon them at
the abovOspecified time and place, will render
themselves liable and will bp required to pay
ten per cent additional upon the amount as
sessed. upcin theta. , EDWIN A. JONES,-
. - Deputy. Collector, ..
Sth Dielsion 18th' Collection District, Pa; - "
Coudersport; rti.; Feb. 3; 1863,.
OTICE is' herehY given that the under
-siga-ed,'`aff:fAediter:: appointed by . the
Court of Comnion Pleas to distribute' money
arising front the sale of real estate in - case of
Wm. Beever vs. Davi&Hoyer.of Sept. Tenn,
1861, No. 19, will attend to, the, duties.of his
appointment at the officerof the Prothonotary
in Coudersport; on Wednisdiy, Fib'yi 15,1863,
at 7 o'clock, P: M. Parties interestedare
pected to attend and present their claims.
. • , , H. J. OLMSTED, - .&niitor.
Auditor's Notice. - ,
XTOTICE is •
given that - thejtider
-11 'signed,, an - Auditor appointed by the
Court of Coininori Pleas to distribrite money
arising from the sale of personal pfoperty;in
case of A..W. Jones vs. Said Steverie and B.F.
Nichols of June Term, 1862, No. 86, will at
tend to the duties of his appointment ,at the
office of the. Prothonotary in Coudersport on
Thursday; Feb'y 19, 1863, at 7. o ' clock , P. M.
Parties interested are expected to attend and
present their 'chilies.
H. J. OLMSTED, Auditor.
OF the Receipts and Expenditures of Potter
. County il`r the year ending- on the 31st
day - of Dec. A. D. 18621
Reed. for 'taxes on unseated lds for - •
1860 and 1861 1 157e06 76
Rec'd for taxes on seated returnid i
Rec'd from seated taxes for 1,802
Rec'd on 'recOgnizanCes notes` and
judgments • 223 77
Rec'd on sales of Villdgelots - - 82 80.
Rec'd on Fines - 9.50.
Rec'd from Relief and Military taxes 2.50 29
Paid ftk relief to volunteers
• '464 80
— 375 00
balance for 1861 ; 1 00
Stationery :178 67
Bond to John Keating 132'00
g , H. U. Dent ‘ ; 409 97
Wm. Bell. ' 735 84
Clerk of Quarter Sessions 114 27
Profhonatory's feeS , • 32'80'
Balance due ,Sheriff for 1861, 56 00
Incidental - experises 20 47
Auditors. wages 68 00
Auditing Prothy's & Reeds acct 5 00
Wild cat bounty 6 00
Qualification fees 29 75
Justices returns . 7 02
Recorders fees ' 925
:Fuel 69 81
Taking prisoners to penitent'y 512 14
Election expenses ' 804 41
Con Stable returns 114 64
Road views 230 50
tending town clock & repairs 46 70
Taxes & costs on lds advertised 134 49
Costs against Potter county 41
Tip staves 80 10'
'Bounty to volunteers 840 00
Sherilfs - fbes 36 00
• Money refunded ; 10 78
Grand 'Jurors fees ' 296 22.
Traverse Jurors fees 455 23
Cabinet work 48 18
Court Crier , 40 00
- Jail expenses ;" ;305 -75
Damages a,sed byroad viewers 23 00
Attorney fees • 25 001
Public }printing ,
ASsessors` ' .
$311 . 0 75
.1 00 2 25
7 . 10
" Bal.due Tress'r on last settlem't4s 00
Excess of Receipts over expenditures 3919.76
We, the CommisSioners of Potter county. do
certify that the foregoing exhibits a true state
ment of the Receipts and Expenditures of said
county for the year ,ending on the 31st day of
Dec. A. D. 1862, es appears from the original
entries and records in this oilice.
, 10 123
44 * 50
15 OG 17 00
8 . 9
25 ' 37i
5 \ 7
4.50 .5 00
Witneis our hands at the Commissioner's
offloe the . l6th day, ,of Jan'y, 1863.
M. D. BRIGGS, I '
• ••••. L.'S. ROBERTSON, ,Comi'rs.
i ' C. P. KILBOURNE, '
Attest :L. B. COLE, Clerk. ; ,
g - I F the Funds of Potter county on the first
It.J day of Tan'y 1863:
To amt of Comsrs andßelief orders
" Judgt in favor of Warren
Coutty Bank 36:15 86
" Int. on same, Jan'y Ist, 18f3 737 73
" Judgt in favor of E.k. D.Herr 3907 00
" Int. on same, Jau'y Ist, 1863 937 68
" Bond to John Keating 1100 00
" Bonds for, bounty to Vol's. 5000 00
" " to G.G.Colvin•relief fils 108 00
" " C.s.Lt E.A..Jones " 100 00
" 'J_Olmsted " 112 00
" est'ed q4raontexpenses for '63 7006 00
Total indebtedness 25,520 11
13y amt, due from unseated lands
, for the year 1862
- due from relief uns'ed taxes
for the year 1862
" due from seated Ids return
ed as unseated
" from seated Ids At personal
property for 1863 2197 6'2
" from Relief tax on seated
and personal property for '62 709 28
" Millitary taxes for 11369' 277 00
" seated lands and personal
property for 1861 •
" Military tax for 1861 . .
" due from seated lands and
personal property for 18130 , 153 31
•" due from Military tax for 1860 56 50
" due fr. seated-Half-personal
property for previous years 222 60
" ties idtPoaed for 1862 F 180 00
". Judgments 229.68
-Notes `: - 122 20
" due :from Camercin county 600 00
" due from village lots 42 27
By estimated amt of seated and
unseated taxes in 1863
.13:y4itirnated amt. ofrelief on same
for 1863 1732 00
Excess of indebtedness otret assets 5270 37
We, the'Oommissioners of Patter countar,do
certify that the foregoin&,.Statement of the
Funds of Potter county on the Ist day ofinn.
1863, is correct, as will appear from the books
and records of this office. Coinatisionera
office, Jan. 8j 1803.•
M. D BRIGGS,
L. S. tOtiERTSON, Comsrs
C. P. KILBOURNE, • 1
Attist iL. B; coLE, Clerk..l, - .
FOIL 'SALE AT sniimxB..
IiATECEREAS the' Hon.:Robert
- esidentjage;'and the Hons. It 1S:
Jones:and G.•COlvin, AssciCiate -Ates ,of
the!Conits of. Oyer' k ,Texmitier and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions •of the Peace;
Orphans' Court and. Court of, Common Pleas
for the County of Potter, have.. issued their
precept, bearing date the
.eightdenth , day of
Dec., in the. year] of our Lord 'one thOu
sand eight hundred and sixty 7 twq!, and tome
directed ,for holding a Court of Oyer and Term
iner and General Jail Delivery, Quarter
siotia of the Peace, Orphans', Court, and Court
Of Common Pleas, in the Borough of Couders
port; 'on MONDAY; the 16th day of Feb.
next, and to continue one week : •.
• Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor
oners, Justices of the Peace and Constables
within the county, that they be then and there
in their proper perions t at 10 !o'clock A. M. 'of'
said • day, with their rolls, records,
tions, examinations, and other remembrances,
to do those things Which to their 'offices !ap
pertain to be done. ! And those who are bound
by!!their recognizances to prosecute against
the prisoners that are Or shall be in the jail of
said county of Potter, are to be then arid there
to 'prosecute agains!tthem•as Will be just. I
Dated at Co,unt Eternal% Jan. 5, 1863, nnd
the 84th year of the frtdcpendence of the United
States of America.
LIST OF CAUSES for trial' in the Court of
Common Pleas of potter county, at February
'Christopher Evelin -vs James:Bartrou
W T Jones Vs Wrn • Jorclan'
I Byam & wife vs C S Jonis,,admsr
I Bytom & wife vs J,Mann & A Graves
W T Jones &-Brooks J M-Kilbourn • ,• -
W T Jones vs Polly'lfigley, ailinsrs
Wm L . Shaffer, vs folin Mason 4. Geo.-Marvin
James Shaffer vs H W ;Slay and W M Smith
D Clark use of S P Reyaohls vs Benj Rennells
Joseph W Stillman .vs Geo Stillman •
Maria S Edwards vs Jona Gla-ce
Fnher & Card vs John C Tanner • _
Fuller & Card • vs •Deremer & Thetrnsson
Colwell &Lyman vs Chas Chandler
J R Munson use of C W Gorum vs Harry Lord,
executors of John Dwight
Amor Fairbanks vs Lewis W.)od .1 • '
Luther Canfield' Vs Frederick Brooks' garfni.
J G Mescereau vs .P B Dedrick
Coin. use Potter Co.' vs Woodard &L Sherman
Wm Burleson vs Wm TJoneS •
Street Beeard vs' Chester Whitaker
Tp. of Oswayo vs Co. of Potter •
D F Merritt vs Wayne,l3ishop:
Alex. Rohrabacher Vs:A RohrabaCher
N B Davis vs Wm Beerer
James Tyler vs George W Tyler
J. OLMSTED Proth'y.:,
Jan. Li r 1.§.63
Xo 6 The follolving are the'.Lists of Jurorp
dfb.wn for the February term,!-186.3
Bingham--Thomas E Grsidleyylliram Barnes,
Walter Leonaid, L !E 3PCarn, J B Carpen,ter.
Hebron—Norman Dwight, Anson A Cone,
Charles Gorham, Wni H
• Hector— J B Parker.
Harrison— -C 0 Phillips. i
Oswayo—George Tyler. ,
Sharon--W J \Vatter, Nelson 'Palmeter,
George Nichols, Eli Gilbert. •
Sylvania—C C Rees.
- Sweden—G. L Catlin. . •
Ulysses—L V Drake, Wm E Ereeman, A B
Allegany—J. H Doggie, ,f - R Wildman
Bingham—J M Briggs, Charles Daniels.
Clara—A W Jones. . •
. 1 . •
Coudersport-0 H Armstrogg, B S Colwell
Thomas King. • , ,
Genesee—Barney Daniels. . .
Hector—Miles Watrous, J. C Thorapson,
John L Gibson, Orris Redner,•Wilson Bailey,
R. F Davis, David Kilborn, BF. Tubbs. ' .
'Hebron—WmGreenman, 'Elijah Cham
Homer—Harrison Edgcomb, A II Crosby
Sylvania—Pardon - Haskins.
UlysSes,—S G Chamberlain, Origin Crum,
C C Castle W W Grover, T. Baker, Aaron
West Branch—Orrin Warners, Augustus
• D. C. LARABEE,
HEZEEISII TEED, No. 99, June Term, 1662.
- vs. ' ; Libel in Divorce.
SanctaA. TEED. To Sarah A. Teed, Respon
dent, please take notice that a subpoena and
alias subpoena having been issued and return
ed nibil, you, Sarah A. Teed, respondent are,
notified to 'appear at,our next term - or' Court,
to answer the complaints of yoursaid husband,
Hezekiah Teed r and Show cause why a divorce
a. v. in. should not be granted.
. ' 15. C. LARRABER ; Shff. '
Sheriff's Office, July 14,1863. - ' ; '
, • Auditor's Report.
Balaiices due fro4V. Buitis, late Ina
Eulalia ! 142 42
Genesee • ; 73 37
Genesee, T. DI
Sharon • '
Woodville, I. 1).
Portage, Cemerrod county 50 l
County of Pottir
Alr,'Srmus informs Abu .AnditGra that he is
ready. to PAY-lIP and the Town and School
Treasurers can settle by calling upOn 11. J".
Olmsted at Coudersport, and we here bike
occasion to state that the accounts of Mr. Bea..
Tie - Were - in - good shape for settlement. •-• .'
L. Bulb, tt
• A. J. Ross; .f Anditori
• Coudersport, Pa., Jan, 16, 1663.;
D, C. LARRASEE, Sheriff.
$lO5 21 394 Sb
' 25 55 116 99
43 93 4 58
•I ' - 8 98 751
--L- • 91
48 50 ----
/1 54 1139 22
! -'3O 51
2 18. 1/9 66
58.55 28 9/
44 17 530 63
11 08 7 50
176 53 3127'
31 31 341
63 86 116.33:
05 21 542 29
91 96 . 265 32
308 99 . 905 39
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Sample Watches, in neat morocco boxes, for
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BOOTS AND SHOES.
t A. SANDBERG & BRO'S
Tanners and Carriers,
l IAVE also established a
Boot and Shoe
Manufactory, opposite a F..Glassmire's Hotel,
in the room formerly occupied by J. B. Smith.
TheY offer their Boots and Shoes at a
LOWER RATE THAN THE SAME QUALITY HAVE
EVER BEEN SOLD IN POTTER'BOHNTY:
And they will have nothing but the best work
en and the best stock that the country' will
roduCe, and tnoney and labor pan procure.
THEY FEEL CONFIDENT THAT THEIR
WORK WILL GIVE SATISFACTION.
;Biles, Calf Skins, Sheep Pelts
1 - taken at the Highest Market Price.
G-I.VE US A TRIAL 1
Coudersport, Pa., March 19
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justpublislied in a sealed envelope', price b cts
..1 A lecture on the Nature,Treatment and Rad
ical 'Cure of Spermatorrlicea or Seminal Weak
nless, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debility,
Whd Impediments to Marriage generally, Ner
vOusness, Consumption,, Epilepsy and, Fits ;
Menial andThysical Incapacity,resulting from
Slelf-abine, Sc., by Rowr. J. CutvErtivELL,M.D.,
author of the Green Book, &c.
aiThe woild•renoWned author, in this admir
le Lecture, clearly-proves from his o*d ex
perience that the awful consequences of Self
abuse may be effectually used without medi
cine, and without dangerotis surgical Okra
[hens' hoagies, inslrnments. ringB, or cordials,
poiliting out a mode of cure at, once 'certain
and effectual, by which every sufferer, nd mat
ter what his condition may be, may curellim
sill' cheaply, privately and radically. This
lecture trill prove ,ft boon to thousarids and
thousands. Sentunder seal,to any v.ddre . s's,in
afplain, sealed envelope ; on the receipt . of six
cents, or two postage'stanips, by addressing,
1 Dr. Clh J. C. KLINE,
1?1' BoWery, New York,'Post Office Box; 4556.
CFFICE OF JA".317..C00KE,
SUBSCRIPTION A s
At Jay Cooke Sr. Co., Bankers,
114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Philadelabia, Nov. 1, no.
The undersigned having been appointed
Snbseription Agent by The Secretary of the
Tieasury,.is now prepared to furnish, at once,
The NeW Twenty. Year .6 per cent. Bonds ,
°l' the United States, designated as 'Tive-
Tiventies," redeemable at the pleasure of the
Government, after-five years, and authorized
by Act of Congress, approved Peln'y 25,18G2.
,The COUPON BONDS are issued in sums of
$30,.5100, $5OO, and SlOOO. .
The REGISTER BONDS in 'sums of $504
$lOO, $5OO, $lOOO and"ssooo.
dnteiest at 6 per cent. per annum Erill com
mence from the date ofpurehnse, and is
. Payable in Gold, _
Semi•-annuallY, which is equal sighe present
premium on gold, to about EIGHT per bent,
Partners, Merchants, Mechanics, ear;dali s t s
and all who have any money to invest,shonld
know and remmember that tliese bonds are,
in effect, a First Mortgage. upon allßailroads,
,Canals, Bank Stocks and Securities, and. the
immense product, of all,the Manufactures,&c.,
in the country: and that the full and ample
provisior made for the payment Of the interest
and, liifuidatioh orpriiiclrlal, by Customs Du.
ties, Excise Stamps and. Internal Revenue,
seives to make, these Bonds the
1:34t, Most Available and Most Popular
- Investment: in the'Market.
Subscriptions received at Pai' in Legal Tender
Notes, or, notes snit checks. of banks at par in
Philadelphia. Subscribers•by mail will re:
ceiYe prbmpt attention,and every facility and
explanation will be afforded on application at
this offlee. A supply of Bonds will be kept ,
on band for immCdiate deliverr. • ' • 1
JAI: COOKE,Slibi;crirititni Ageeit
. ... ~ t rt
- so to 75 pea cent. saved; on eir:e4Y
bii;uying your gold , tt
trio _ _
We are happy to inform all those in
of Choice and Domestic Goods', that ryillit);o
ha.i , e a stock of some • •
DRY• COODS; GitOdtßlE§,
BOOT rind 'SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, CLOTHDIG
and everything Usitally kept in a eountrystori.
We are prepared to sell at nearly the-olli
prices, notwithstanding the great the of gdods
in. New York. ;Our facilities tire nirw
that we are prepared to furnish all thOts In
want of goods at less prices thrin - tan - br
be sold by any dealer in this tettion. Belo*
we give you some of our prices; atid-alto''thb
•prices the same goods are sold for by tfltiet df
our neighbors. • .; .:3;
Good-Sheetings, 12 to 14 cts. -!:
• :sold by most desdersildi 16 •to 22 , tik
Verymioetienched Goods 10 to - 14 1 15. fen
A large lot of Sleep's Gray and' Cas4 ' l .
sitners, from 41 as, - up .
GOOtI Aptois Cheeks 'and Check - •
- 'Shirting, 12} to 15 cts.
Good Glnghtims; 12i to 15 ' '
Beautiful DeLnines rind Poi
• Chevres, 12 to' 20 "20 t0 .. .i1l
Nice all Wool Merinos,63 Worth- - $ . 1,25 titoili7,
IA large assortment of .Bhiek Siik,
to'S - 133
,Finetlack Silk Shawls, s6,llo'B'oo Tif 9,0 i)
Anil•a large stock of Black gfiVa froth
to o.'oo vorthlrom $l. 50 - to $1" .. .t3; ' ,
' Good . Spragots, ,Merrimacs •llaritielfs 'end
mcny tither grade's 'cif very nice Prints, lie,W"
styles, warranted -fast 'colors, Hai:Tess Checks
and others, for : 11 to. 1-4 ;ct s, - 03 °thing over,
worth Ip, to 20 ots,
IN SHOES WE CAS SAVE YOH :X VERY"
LARG,E PEI - COMP. ' • '
GOod enameled boots, 75 cts,woritiiV..ll:Stttl:itt
'Good balmoral Bootees, $l,OO 1;50ta1.75
Women's gModCtilf b00t5,75 to 1.00 1 1:00t 1 / 4 11.i13
31en's ' do $2.75. 4101:114i4.73
Warranted-Kip.Boots ; hommade,
We call your attention in this lirie,'ll)3 l it 10
from 50 to .1330 per Cent. below . nitiit'Ohir
dealers—ihe Jews,: so much noteiffor.lteding
cheap, not excepted.
We will sell y . po all Wocil Fine ithiek Bus
skin Pants for $3 / 50, worth $5.00.
Good Suits of Black Cloth - ea.:Goat:life,
Pants, Hat, Socks, Pocket . Thindkerclitif, kc;,
for $lO, worth $lB,
In the line Groceries we ',tine a choice
variety..of Teas at 50, 75 and 41.00—and ode
Dollar Tea can't be befit
Good Sugar - for lb at. doffeo - Sugar 11 cis:
Salaratus 7 to•s cts. Mt? Soap 8 , cti;
coffee IS cts. - ' , •
• " '
inform Ilk !hut we baiiidi
W • '"
NE S -rt. oSite =
the largest 111 Eiled frotri
cellar to - garret. Also tht ', Paige' buildr`og~
adjoir: L ag arc usedi by us for storage rooms.
THE HIGHEST PRICE' PAID FOl4
• • -
and other Prodii, that canreadily be
vetted into Casli.
One word more: As tlie timasOrtatunl of
onr,Goods troth herexoste Onlv . rif
cents per hundred, and our other expensgi iii
small, we do riat:need large profits ; .
C. H. SIMON,
ogitayo Viltagc, .an.
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