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TEI POTTER COUNTY .T'OTJRNAL
Cc9*iosixit,! Wedries)ay /M:434 - , 18p3
and s Local
ita,Set 'the change of time o the Phila
& Erie Railroad. . .
, , .
si§rHon. Joseph Casey, of Earl
been . appointed Chief Justice of tl
itarThe Harrisburg Telegraph trcommends
Judge Pearson fur the Supr..tne Ji4gesbip to
befilled at 'the coming election.
The alarm of fire was sounded Sunday
morning by an accident which ocit i rred in the
residence of SD. Kelly, this
*ErOn Friday'of this week Jeff} Davis Ana
his "christian" army are to have it,Fast Day.
Fast Days Will no doubt soon be ifashionsble
among the Rebs, if flour continues at $lOO a
tia.Honl W W. Ketch*, late Setatot
frOm the LO.ernil District, has been appointed
by President Lincoln to be AssoOate Justice
of the Unit id States in Nebraska Territory.
ear The a are active measuresloa foot for
raising a cdlored regiment in Pitt4hurg . But
gibe the negiro a faint ho.ieiof prdmotion and
'he will be willing and earnest in liis efforts to
' put down the Oppressor's RbellioU.
Isa. Any person having articles they wish
.to contribute to the reliefl of our sick and
wounded soldiers are requested to'F leave them
at the Post Office. It is prOpused t to prepare
another box withal a few weeks.
gliirThe Tion. James Pollock, pirec
the United States, Mint, in ,his recent report,
suggests that a simple inscriptioni "God our
trust," or some equally expressive; motto be
in future placed Tien Coins., W ,
suggestion may be adopted. _
s®c-The exorbitant prices ofisugar
greatly stimulate the manufacture of Maple
Pagan It will be well for our ihrTners to get
their buckets, pails, and tubs iti re l adiness for
the coming season. The "sap bush" will be
Stir We notice in the Buffalo Ex
ankfitiorable notice of Bryant an.
Commercial College hicuted at the
is one of the best institutions of
the country, and we commend it t.
men of this county as ,possessing
ities for giving a practical business
It has recently added Telegraphinl
The President Judge of tit
Comart: Ple.ts of Allegheny countx,
tice, recently, that all lawyers pre(
that 'court, who did not pay the e
should be suspended until such pa..
made) This is right. The pillars
shoUld• always se; the example of
vance, and we hope that the deteral
the AlleghenyJUdg,e will he emulate(
judicial officer hi the lard.
pa l ters 1;1 ,pea
closing of the last session of Con
relien-ing the course of its most
members, say, among other word
mendation of the eloquent champio l ,
dom, , Free Homes, and good Govern'
"A unanitimus vote of thanks tt
Grow', is among the very rare in,tnil
kind itrthe history of the (louse of
rta,.,The contents fur the MALI'
the ..,4tl.bi . 'r .11. , •4!1/ are, eltristoph
The florr,r, :;•,• Domingo Chao!
Day whom Ye ,vdi Serve. Loudol
The Vagab.mds Willie Wharton,
my Coun:ry•Wainen. The True Chi l i
'lke Pair Tree, The Lust Cruise of 1.4
Lyrics of the Street, America andi
World, Peri.:le-3 :oil - President Lindp
ther wiiit the usual nevietys and N;
Cilia our friends roily k'
times" affect the printer we w,ll st . a
last - reek paid $l5 for a bundle
cost us but $7 last fall. We won't
True the 'war has cliused part of th,
machinations of speculators and col
hare been the iirinciPle power in tl l
less;y -increasing the prices, not onli
but of e.eriv other article which muss
• rifot•lVe . rei'er our farmers to the
our first page in last week's paper in
to the cultivation of Flax. Now is
for commencing the work of lndep
Let it nut be said hereafter, as it,
heretofore, that we were dependent
traffickers in human blood for a
sary article of clothing. Flax al
course, wholly take the place of co'
yet it can to a, very considerable e
used where cotton now is. That
profitable cin he demonstrated to
by a u effort b e t any one who ha:
or two of ground make the experiu
be very careful to till the grOund. we;
it a fair trial, and the 'reiult must
`The Spring Examinations of
will be held .by the County Soperititti
the follo'wing times and places, com
at 10 A. M. Writing materials wilt be
Voorhees School House Ai
Hydorn .Scaool House
Mr. Israel Burt's
Mr. Stephen Norton's
, Mr. Wm Burleson's
Enid School House
Maj. J. •M. Rilbourne's
.Genesee Forks ,
• Bingham Center
Was? 111v-DOoroagislT:=4:Zolliiint physi
ciotia-havel-epeatedlyr.declarmLtits. Ps is,
chietto-thei hantart systeta:reaniting from the
daily rise °twain - !bread itad: biscuit,, might
be distlnctrytraced to Men - sex& impure com
pounds made and sold for 'Stiteratus. „It has
been demonstrated to the satisfaction,, of the
highest medical authority of the country that
the Chemical*Sateratus made ; by DeLand &
Co., is pure, and.tot liahle to the objections
stated. • Bence,'the preference it, enjoys among
physician& his sold by respectable grocers
all rover the, Union: - • • -
he Court of
In East Sh&ron, on the 19th inst., Mis.
JANE GRIDLEY, after a very short illness.
Her husband was among the last recruits of
In Alexandria. D. C., on the. 9th of Nov.,
1863, MARCUS MARSHALL, (grandson of E.
Lyman, of OSWIIyO. Pa.,) from PoOltney, Vt.,
°ldle Ist Vermont Cavalry, aged 18 years-and
10 montbs.i . He was esteemed by his officers
and coinpantOns in arms. as a' brave man and
good soldier, who never flinched from his
duty, and never complained or murmured.
In °swap, Pa., Feb. 1, 1863, of scarlet
fever, ASHBEL H. soirof Eleasor and• Mary E.
Lyman, aged 16 years and 4 months.
Ever affectionate and kind-hearted, he won
the esteem of all who knew him, and though
his heart clung to earthly friends, he felt re
signed to' die, 'as •pointing tci the skielihe'ex
claiatefl: `I am going home
Gentle AShbel, &tie to resi; .
PeaCeful be his slumber;
God, 'ho knoweth what. is best,
' Chose hiM from our number. •
Mother's darling gone to rest,
HoMe, from sin and sighing
To the !pensions of the blest
Where there's no more dying
Father's youngest:boy—his pride,
In life's Spring-time taken ;
Calmly, as in sleep, he died; .
From that sleep he'll waken.
When the Savionr, from above,
ails His lambs to meet Him,
Then his Ashbel, whom we love,
Will be there to greet Him.
On Monday, Nlarch 16. 1863, by
W. T. JACK• 4 ON,. of Colesburg, and Miss
ANNA P. SUHR, of Newbergen.
Thanks to the happy couple fcr their kind
remembrance of the printers. May their lives
be happy acid prosperous.
In this phice, at the residence of the bride's
father' on the 18th inst., by the Rec. J. J. Rob
erts, Capt. THEODORE HATFIELD, of Kee
lersburg. Pd., to Mss AITRELIA J. ARM
e kind in
Corrected every Wednesday by P. A. STEB
BINS S.; CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries ,
opposite D. F. Glassruire's
, Coudersport, Pa.
'1 the fedi
_ to its list
Apples, ereen, 1 - 3 bush.,- s37i to . 75
do dried, " 100 200
Beans, . it ' 150 2,00
Beeswax, V lb., • , •25 30
Beef, 1-" 5 6
Berries, dried, %I 'quart . 6 12i
Buckwheat, !V bush., 60 75
Buckwheat Flour, 275 300
Butter, 70 Ili;, 20 •22
Cheese, .. 10 -12
Cloverseed ; 7.00 750
Corn, 7 5 ? bush., ' 88. I'oo
Corn Meal, per cwt., 225 250
Eggs, 11 doz.', , • . 12
Flour, extra,! 1•1 hbl., 800'9 00
,e Court of
I , gave no
• xeme tax
of the law
!d by every
g lg the
do superfine " • 700 800
Hams, "ti tb.; . . 9 41
Hay, 7 6 •1 ton,, 12 00 14 00 •
Honey, per ti.,, 10 12i
Lard,. "' ' .10 12i
Maple Sugar,'.per 1b.,. " 10 , 12
Oats, 'V bush., 60 65
Onions, ."' - 75 1 . 00
Pork, 2,1 bbl., 17 00 18 00
do 1.-1 lb., 9 10
do in whOle hog, ? lb., 5 6
Potatoes, per, bush., . j 37i 44
Peaches, dried, 10 1b.,20
Poultry. 1•1 lb., 5 • 7
Rte, per bush.,• 88 100
Salt, V bbl., 3 50
do i'l sack, ' '2O
Timothy Seed • 250 350
Trout, per A bbl., ' - • 450 5 00,
Wheat. Il bash., 100 125
White Fish 1 764 4 bbl., • 450 500
iu of Free
ne,s of the
TO Nervous Sufferers
BOTH SEXES. A Nervous Gentlemen
havingi been restored to health irca few
days, after undergoing all the usual routine
and irregular expensive- modes of treatment,
without success, considers it his sacred duty
to communi l eate to his afflicted fellow crea
tures the - 114!./S OF 'mtg. Hence, on the re
ceipt of an addressed envelope, he will send.
(free) a copy of the prescription used. Di
rect to Da. JOHN M. DANGALL,
186 Fulton i.treet, Brooklyn. N. Y•
e that we
s but the
t be uz.ed.
PHILADELPHIA AND ,ERIE
I , - RAILROALL• 0:
l imn, but
t will be
_ . .
This great line trasersesd the Northern and
Northwest counties of Penasy,lvattia to the
city of Erie, o'n Lnke Erie. • • •
It has been leased by the, Pennsylvania
Railroad Campany, and under their - auspices
is being rapidly opened throughotrt its entire
length. . • .
. . .
It is now in ; use for Paisenex and Freight
business fron4lAamsaurt9 to
Fork, (177 miles) on the Eastern 'Division,
:md from Sheffield to Erie, on the Western
Division. (78 ,niles).
. . • . .
TIME OF:PASRENGER TRAINS AT DRIFTWOOD.
Express train larrires • 2.10 P.M.
Express train (.:aves,west . 12.45 P. M.
Cars TOO through WITHOUT, CHANGE both
wars on • thego trains between Philadelphia
and Lock llit'en and between Baltimore and
Lock Haven. , -
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Express Train
both ways between-Williamsport and Balti
more and Williamsport and - Philadelpdiaa
. For information respecting : Passenger busi
ness apply at the S.:E. Cor. 11th and Market
ril 13 •
And for Freight business of the Company's
Agents : H ' ' .
S. B. King:slim; Jr., Car. 13th 'and Market
J. W. Replohls,,rie.. ,
J: Drill, Agent C. Baltratord.
11. IL FloustoN, * •
Gen't Freight AO. Phira.
LETs L.-Botirr, , .
Ravi 421. Phil' a.
Jos.i D. P 0773, ,
I Cent! Manager, IVilliamsport.
SAPOiCIFIERt -.• .. • .
• ay 1
•~ • :The greatest Soap-inaker.eye:r
known! For Otte at
STiuBBI S ''
Fall:not tb, read thls Column
through - and profit thereby .
, ;15000 '
Mijoltsale or 3Stiaa
FOR THE TIMES MUCH LOWER• THAN
•AVING formed a cbnnection with
of the best jobbing' houses in New
we shall hereafter keep a full stock of
and shall always IiNDERSELL THE MA
and on most Goods will 'save you fiftyp, ,
and on many, much more.
10 bales Sheetings and Shirtings from
22 'cts., worth 30 to 40
3000 yds Sheetini , ' fol. Cheese Cloth fci
Ms. worth 18
300 pieces best Madder Prints warranter
colors,- 16 to 18 worth 25 to 30
100 pieces Hamilton, Pacific and other ;
De'nines for 16 to 25 worth 25 to
New styles of double width Alpaca
Goods for 31 cts, yd, old price 50
worth now 63 to 75
Double width Saxony Merino, half woc
cts. worth 75
All wool Merino, 63 cts. worth $1,25
A large stock of wide Scotch Ginghams innly
3 cts. yd advance from old prices
Good Tweeds and Denims for 25 'cts. worth'
35 to 40
Good Sattinets,Cassimeres and all other goods
.equally as low .
In the line of Silks we have, and shall keep a
large assortment, good Colored Silks
for 63 cents
Black Silk from 88 cts. to 51,50, now .worth
50 per et. more even in New York
CL 0 TIMM.
In this line of our trade we can save you 'a
large per et.
Good Suits, Black, Grey and others : Coat,
Vest,Pants, Hat, Pocket Handkerchiel,Cramt,
and Shirt for SIO to $l2 worth $2O.
Good Calf Boots for $2.50 .
Good Women's Shoes for 75 cts
Goad Gaiters for 63 cts
And all . other kinds of fine shoes equally
We can also sell you Groceries at a sating of
at least 25 to 50 per . ct. Good Tea of an ex.
tra . quality for $1 worth $1,50. Other good
Teas from 50 tor7s cts. • 1 •
Good chewing tobacco from .15 to 56 cts
In the line of Yankee Notions we can Save
you a handsome profit.
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, &c.
FLOUR, PORK, HAMS, SHOULDERS by the
ton or load at Wellsville prices.
Now, to save ansivering the many inquiries
as to who furnish us goods in. New York. 'en
abling, us to,sell at these prices, we would re
fer you to
Mr. Jason H. Boogover. connected with the
firm of Messrs. Claflin, Mellon & Co., Ch'h'. st.
The largest house in the world for Dry Goods.
Also, Messrs. licrlan . d z & Lindiley, 80 & 82
Chambers st., ever so famOus for selling cheap
and giving their friends godd bargains.
And the reason for our selling you Clothing
so low, we nre supplied 'from the exteneire
establishment. of Messrs. Longstreet, Bradford
& Co., 348 Broadway, and from the new firm
of. Messrs. Baldwin, Starr & Co., Courtland St,
two of the. best clothing houses in New York.
Yankee Notions and Fancy Goods front J.
Henry Smith Payne Co., 34 Courtland St.;
who are noted for:living their friends good
Hardware from Morgon,Q uackenbush & Co.,
20 Court Mod St. I
Crockery from Mr. Oscar Cbeesman, 145
And the reason why we can always sell you
Groceries so low and pay you the highest
price.for Butter, Cheese, &c. ' is from our con
nection with Messrs:Ahrens Sr Mahnken.Gro
cers and Commission Merchants, 255 Wash
ington St. fines all you thathave butterlto
send to New York , or any other PrOdyee.. take
my'advice and send to them and . you Will
always receive the highest price_
Do not be led away by' any false reports.
from jealonS neighbors. All we ask is to eonie.
and examine for your self and. pa* Will be
satisfied that vthat we say we perform.
. Yours Respectfully; •
C. •EL Simmons,
Oiraye t Marck 1,863.
" NEW "JERSEY_ LANDS - FOR SALLAIso;
GawAen Freda - 'carms,
Suitable_for Gripes; Peachte r Pears,
berries, Strawberries; Blackberries, Currants,
1; 241; 5,'10, or 20- acres
following; prices for the present,"viz : 20 acres
for 5200,'10 acres-for $llO. 5 acres forsiity
Dollars,,2l acres for Forty Dollars: 1. acre for
Tienty , Dollars, Payable by i One i dollar a
week. • , 7 '
.Also. irked Cranberry lands, and.viliage lots
in CHETWOOD, 25 by 106 feet, at,Ten Dollars
each, payable .by , ono dollar a week. The
above land and farms, are situated :at Chet
wood, Washington Township, Burlington Co.,
New Jersey. For farther ,information, apply,
with a P., 0. Stamp, for a Circular, to •
.1%0. Cedar Street, New tork, T.
E,W.ENGDIE AND FIXTURES-:•-eight-
Ilk. horse power, with flue boiler. This en
gine is now in a Tannery at Bienville, Alle
gany Co., N: Y., and bas never been used.
Also, THE NNERY AT BIENVILLE.—
This Tannery is in a good location for.liusi
ness," both as to market and bark. "- •
The engine will be sold separately,- if tie
siro,,er Tannery and engine together. Will
be sold very cheap. For terms and farther
inforMatiOn concerning the property apply to,
Coudersport, Potter Co., Penn'a
Jan. 30, 1,863.
UM:H. TALLMAH would inform the ira-
V public that be has rented the
Epgle Hotel opposite C. IL -Simmons'
Block at Oswayo y illage, Penn'a, which has
beeri newly-refitted and furnished, ,where he
Intends to keep a First Class Hotel. Parties
of pleasdre and those..wishing a quiet:lome
over Sabbath, will.find this house equal to any
in this vicinity. The! tables will- always be
well sUpplied, and the barns well furnished
with hay and oats, and no pain's spared' for
the comfort of guests., , . •
WM. 11. TALLMAN
dswaio; Pa., Dec. 25, 1862.
PENSIONS. BOUNTIES. BACK PAY. WAR CLAIMS.
AND CLAIMS ROR INDEMNITY. •
Attorneys-at-Law and Solicitors
ALL BINDS OF MILITARY , CLAIMS,
411 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C.
This firm, having a thorough knowledge of
the Pension business, and being familiar with
the practice in all the Departments of Govern
meat, believe that they can afford greater fa
cilities toPension.boutity and otherl3laimants,
for the prompt and successful accomplishment
of business entrusted to them, than any otßer
firm in Washington,. They desire to secure
such an , amount of this business as will, enable
them to execute the business for each claimant
very cheaply, and on the basis of their pay
contingent upon their success. in each case.
* * '*Their charges will he Ten Dollars for
Officers and Five Dollars for Privates, for each
Pension, Bounty, or Back Pay obtained, and
ten per cent. on amount of Claims for Milit L ary
Supplies, or Claims for Indemnity.
* } *Soldiers enlisted since the IsOof March.
1861, in any kind of service, Military or Naval,
who are disabled by disease or wounds, are
entitled to Pensions. All soldiers who serve
for two years, or during the war, should it
sooner close..will be entitled'to $2OO Bounty.
'Widows of soldiers who die or are killed, - are
entitled to $lOO bounty. if there be no widow
then the minor children; then the father, mo
ther, sisters; or brothers are entitled as above.
Washington, D. C.. 1862.
*„.*Apply at our office, or to our Associate
at Oswayo, Potter county, Pa.—JAMES H.
GRAVES, Esq., who has just returned from
Washington. D. C., and is supplied with all
the latest blanks issued ,under the late instruc
tions: and will fill them up for all who have
been so unfortunate as, to require an applica
tion. Office in "Regulator Store"
A Lecture to Young Dien !
Just published in a sealed envelope, price G cts
A lecture on the Nature,Treatment and Rad
mai Cure of Spermatorrhcea or SeminalWeak
mess, liivoluntary Emissions, Sexual Debility,
and Impediments tozkarriage generally, Neri,
vousuess, Consumption, Epilepsy l and, Fits ;
Mental and Phisical Incapacity,resulting from
Self-abuse; &c., by Roar. J. Cucvniiivem,,M.D.,
author of the Green Book, &c.
The wo&ld,renowned author, in this admir
able Lecture; clearly proves from his own ex
perience that, the aivful consequences of Self
abuse may be effectually used without medi ,
eine, and vithout dangerous surgical opera
tions, boogies,. instruments: rings, or cordials,
pointing out a merle 'of' Cure at once certain
and effectual, by Which every sufferer, no mat
ter what his condition may be, may cure him
self cheaply; privately and radically.' This
lecture will prove a boon to thousands .and
thousands.. Sent under,seal,to any address,in
a plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of six
cents, or two postage stamps; by aildressing„.
Dr. CHAS. J. C. KLINE, •
127 Bowery, New Fork, Post Office Box, 4586.
vit ril t l i c_ c ß e E s : t k a S t , e l o e f tt i e t r a s st o i f v o: 3 ll7 lfo i ra e i d on m o t n e
of Allegan/ township, Potter 'Co. • Pa:. Have
been issued to the subicribers due form of
law, notice is hereby given to all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate to
make immediate payment; and those having
claims will present them, dilly authenticated,
L. B. MORLEY,
NANCY MORLEY 1
Allegany, Jan. 30, 18G3 6wpd
WHERE 9S 'Letters of Administration on
V. thees - ' tate of 0. A. Lercis, deed, late of
Ulysses township, Potter co., Pa., have been
issued to the subscribers in due cornea law,
notice is hereby given to all persons knowing
themselves indebted - tci said estate to make
immediate payment; and those having claims
will pteseitt them, duly authenticated, • for
•M. LAUNIA LEWIS j
E. D. LEWIS, P. / ''''(-15"fs
' Ulysses, Pa., Feb. IG, 1861.. • ,*
'SA PONI I? ER; SIidadNIFIRB, 3i '
• Tar, GREAT
FOR, SALE AT STEBBINS'.
WHEREAS, Letters of Admiisistratiort nn
the estate of A. H. Butterworth, deed,'
late of Coudersport, Potter co.,Pa,, have been
issued to the subSariber in dim fin-in .of Tarr,
notice Ps . .bereby given to all perions knowing
.theasselees , indebted to said estate tO make
immediate payment, and those having,einiins
wilt present them, linty authenticated,' fol
settlement., IL J.. OLMSTED,..Mrateri_
Conderspert,reb. • ,
~ _-.•. .~
?CA :STREET;,, .
.... u,lmpori..._ 'great chrun'a
NTIONAL 'MEBICANTILE COLLEGES, la—
od in Ithe following cities, viz : ." •
N W YOWCITY, - • PHILADELPHIA,
,BROOKLYN, ALBANY, • ~.•
TOY, , I CLEVELAND;
D TRorr, . CHICAGO, : - ,
i . I, ANtA. ADTT LOUIS. . .. -
i i s
' Scholaiship_i sued from the Buffalo Col
lele, entitles the older to attend either or ail
th Coll6ges for a
• unlimited tithe. 1 • ,
TheDdsign of these :-
Institutions,is to impart
to iroung men and ladies, a thorough, practi
cal business education. - ,
T !colleges jre organized and conduct..
hd upon a basis hich must secure to each
separate nstitutiti the bestpossible facilities
for imparting a t orough mercantile' educa
tion, and render it as a whole, the most coin
preihensive and complete system in thiS country
Book-Keeping in all its department Com.;
mercial Otw,Comtercial Arithmetic and Pen
ma riship,l are ten , t in the most thorough and
practfcal manner.' • •
The Spencerian System of Penmatiship, is
taught by compete t and esperienced teachers
iocholarsbip, nairable in advance, $40. 1
liege open da3l at d evoning : no vacations
esident Princil at B affalo, .T. C.Busess.
ITor further info - ramie°, please Call at the
Coljege rooms, or lend for Catalogue and Cir
cular encloising letter stamp. Address,. ,
BRYANT ;I: STRATTON,
.l l rly
The Magic) Tinto Observer,
ii'llE PERFECTION 07 MECH ANISM, EINg a Hunting and Open Foie, or Lady's
or gentleman's Watch Combined.
, no of ;the prettibst. most convenient, and
decidedlyi r the best l and chnt.pest timepiece for
ge .eral and reliable use, ever offered. It has
wit i lin it and connected with its machinery,
itsrrn winding atrehment, rendering a key
ent rely nnnecessar . The cases or this Watch I
are composed of two metals, the outer one
bei g find 16 caratold. It has the improved
yactien lever nlvement, and is vtarrantod
an iiccnrate timepiece. Price, superbly, y en
ed, per case of a half dozen, 004.0.
Se plc Watches, in neat morocco notes, for
the e proposing to buy at wholesale. s33,sent
by expresff, with bill payable on delivery.
Sol ‘ ier. must remit payment in adtance, as
we an-tot collect from tbose.in the Army.
ddiesS 1- BUBBARO BROS. k CO.,
I Sole Importers, ..
Car: Nassau it; John Sts., Nevtciii.
. AdministratOr's N o t ic e:i: •
THEREAS, Letters of AdministratiOn on
tb4 estate of Charles Warden, dec'd,
late f Bingham tp, Potter CO., PA:, bare been
issujd to the t subscribers in due foil:a of law,
notice Is Hereby given to all Persons knowing
then selveS indebted to said estate. t 8 taake
immediate payment, and those having Claims
will present them, duly authenticated, for
settl meat. . -
CLARISSA A. WORDEN, I „„,' . 8.
lIIt'FON LEWIS, ' tj ---8 r
B gbarai Feb. 21 7 1863 . . ,
S.ll E S
S t T.,- - " j r 3 ilLAlnsahnedsnvi°rUfSall;KEanEd"fri:
fro: dirt as possible. I will pay 12 to 15 cts.
a bahhel thy them delivered at my Pota.shery.
Want them in March and April.
Bilooltland, Pn., 31arch 9, 1863.
PiPER HANGINGS DOT,
'Yo. 1):1 Cortland: St., New York
DIRECTL* 'OPPOSITE TOE RESTERS HOTEL.
1 . THE CROTON MANUFACTURLin Co.,
! 1 ,
(Qr hired in 1846, under the General Mann
fa taring. Law of the State of Mew York.).
0 ers atWholesale, in quantitiestosuit par
chaqrs, atiManufacturers' Lowest Prices.
PAP 4R every of ere variety of Style
an Price, ,
BOR ERSIto match,
FIR BOARD PRINTS;
TRANSPARENT WINDOW SHADES,
OIL. ?AINTE D WINDOW SHADES, -il
WID: WINDOW.CURT.AIN PAPERS, sad I
WIN..)OIV SHADE FIXTURES, . 1
STORE SHADES MADE TO ORDER AND
LE TERED, ••
..: , .
Of the latest apes-and superior finish, all
of tit ir Uwn inagafacture and importation.-1
As th ir sttick is large and entirely neer, they '
invit Xerehants,Rooks.ellers, and Dealers in
these articles, to call and ezareinetheir styles
and p ices, whenever they.visit the eity;
CVFICE OF JAY COME,
ay Cooke & Co., ft:milkers,
IJ4 SOUTH Tm Si;ER
The. undersigned having been appoinied .
Subs ription Agent by the .Seeretary alba
Treas ry, is now prepared to famish, at once,
New Twenty Year 6 per Cent- Bondi..
of Ell United States, designated as "Fire-
Twen ies," redeemable at the:plea-Sire of the
Govemment, atter five wars, and antborized
by Act of Congxess, approred Febey 25,166'1
Thel COUPON BONUS are isstmllo sates of
550,. 100, ~:500, a,,, e i sum
kite . '. - I at 6 per cent_ per annum will eaca
-1 Titell..o 4 from the date of prirchise; . ,and is
P l ayable is siald, ' •
Semi-annually, which is equal at the present
premium otil gold, to about EIGHT per cent. 1
per annum. .
Falers, Merchants, ifectianici,"-- 7 7sts, I
and all whol have any MO' to invest i shisald 1
know and remmember that these bonds are,
in effect, a First liortgage upon all Railroads,
Canals, Bank. Stocks and &rarities, and the
iremeriSe prOducts ofa. l l the MantagietrataAre:7 •
in thelconntry : and that the fall . and azure
provisfon made far the payment of:theta:west
and liquidation of print-kcal, by, 02.34171173, Du
ties, Excise i Stamps and Internal Retests,
sery to make these Bonds the , .., •
Beiit osti Aim' . !able and Meet Near
Investment in the Market.. el m
Saba - brn received at F'ar hs Legal Tenger
Notes; i notes and cheeks UFbanks.at Min
Phi phial Subeeriirms by' inaq.frill ro
c-eive Ft attention,. upd et eryArhity and
endue tien wilt be aFforded on al:1;410pm at
On, this e. 4i. sup. of Rends wilt be
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to their satisfabtion, gitiag
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