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THE . POTTER COUNTY ;MORAL
tondeitgiort, Wednesday Evening, Apr: 1863
Local and Gerieial.
30,..D0n't forget the Sunday School Con
cert;Friday evening, in the P.re l ajterian
Car Notice the Advertisement of Alll. Hos
kins. This is a 6no opportunity-for! persons
having land they wish to dispoSe ofto good
sdrA Sernion will be preached in the
Methodist Church, to-morrow at 11.1o!crock,
by Rev. J. J. Roberts, in accordance witti the
jThe Pound Master informs us 'that af
tor the Ist of May he will put into the pound•
all cattle—except milch cows—fourarunning
within the limits of the Borough. Take warn
Pine Creek lumbermen have ti
Innate this year. Nearly all of thO
reached their destination in safety.
26y- On last Saturday we noticol Mr. Perry
13teel carrying one of the largest trout that
'we have ever seen. It measured 19 inches in
.iengtk.—Bellefonte Press.: ' - ' • '
IM.The Luzerne Union says that the high
Valfet. , has put'the Susquehanne.h in a condi
tion for lumbermen to get the bulk of their
lurabet:to market. Sales are brisk a,an 'ad
iance of last year's prices.
. . .
YE,-The election of County School Super
intendents is properly attracting much atten
4ion. In some counties, - we notice, the pies
ent incumbents of that important station .ap
pear to have no opposition.
toft,The State Tax in Lycoming!..connty
this year is four mills on the dollar. i The to
tal valuation of the county was retu'rned,.re
duned, but the Revenue Commissionem raised
it 15 per cent. 1 1
said that the genuine China Tea
is miring :In - Ting% 'and Clinton.c l ounties,
Penn: This is corroborated by the Met that
a Tea Company, (the corporators mostly froth
hock Ilacen) was incorporated by the Legis 7
lature, , last winter. ,
ear The Spring 'Examinations . of Te.ichers
will be held by the County Superintendent at
the following times and places, commencing
at 10 A. 11. Writing materials will be needed.'
Bingham Center « 20 --
narrison Valley te 30
Lewisville • May .1 -
?saw:AL—Senator Wilson arrived in town
on Saturday, looking well and hearty. His
services at Harrisburg have been valua i ble,
and reflect great credit upon the district. His
course has been such as to give him : a first
class reputation and an influential position
among• his fellow-senators. We are glad to
welcome him back among us once more.—
A.itatot.. • .
re,„lt is undeistood at Washingfon,that
eNr.Government has sent another note to
Groat Britain concerning the sailing of priva
teers from English ports, protesting 'in 'very
strong terms against such business, and even
hinting that the responsibility for letting out
any more piratical craft aught to be laid to
the door of her Majesty's GovernMent.
11E0c is .understood that the friends of the
Hon; W. W. KETC.II.OI, of Wilkesbarre, will
bring his name Woke . the union State Con
vontion for the nomination for Governor. Mr.
though comparatively a young man., has
been many years in public life, and has won
au enviable reputaticon for industry,
gence and uprightness. His friends claim
that he has at last an equal chance with Mr.
Covode of obtaining the nomination: '
WAR MITI! ENGLAND.—The fight at qirks
tongives us peace with England for'at least
One year. It demonstrated the fact that twen
ty or thirty of our iron-clads can destroy all
'tit the present navy of England without being
at all damaged by any English cannon.' This
'filet is a bail bond pledging England to keep
'the peace with us :or one year at least ; even
with her enormous facilities for the construc
tion of ironclad&
..--_."Svanws." = Springfield, 111., (horue:of the
President) last fall gave 200 maj. for the Dem
ocrats : this Spring, it elects the whole -Re
publican ticket. In Chicago, last year's Dem.
maj. of 1000 is now reduced to 118. Cincin
nati, Detroit, and all the Free State cities,
show similar Union gains and Copperhead
losses..• In Missouri and Kansas, the most .
.radical Republicans had far the largest votes.
ligirTlie "Female Medical Co,llegeeof Pa.,"
held their 11th. Commencement, 14th ult.,
When Mrs. Prof. Cleveland delivered and elo
quent and sensible valedictory tot a graduat
ing class of three. The 14th annual session
commences.l4th Oct. next.' The institution
is uniVet 'Self-sustaining and last year aideu
over'lsoo in their Hospital for diseasedlVo
men and Children. For information. address
Mrs. E. H. Cleveland, M. D., Woman's Hospi
tal, North College Avenue, Philadelphia.
1€0;,Ilon. Daniel S. Dickinson has written
,amiable report, as Attorney-General of the
.Stase,pf ;gels York. upon the bill to allow sal-
Aka ,towate. He ends nothing in the Con
.atitatiou of.the State to forbid the passage or
:impede the trockingof such a bill. Governor
:Seymour, on the .contrary, beings. Democrat
of the copperhead stripe, has issued iL mes
sage taking the ground that such a law would
be unconstitutional, and that the Coustitution
must be altered before soldiers can be per
raitied,LO:trote out of the State
le„The '.9.pp l aillng Fact, lately develOped
Miterks.ccinuty, that there is an organization
ip this Slate being vigorsusly perfectedls re
sist the draft arms to startle the people of the
entire Comtoonmealth. What an element of
evil is this Is it not time for us to awake
to the danger. and for Ea true.friends of the
. Union to stand together? Is it not time for
iiiiseminations to cease? Can• anybody re
•'apaia Indifferent or inactive with such an en
-Y, to swa,g and venomous, in. our midst?
Pursuant to' call the-citizens of:Cou
dersport met in -the Court House,. on last
Thursday evening for the purposeof complet
ing the organization of a Loyal League. : The
weather being disagreeable it WasttOught
best not to affect a permansent 'organization.
On motion, John, S. Mann, Isaac Benson, C.
S. Jones, J. B. Smith, and H. J. Olnisted were
aPpoiated a - committee to make arrangiments
for a meeting - on .Tuesday evening of Court
On motion; the Secretary was 'requested to
place a copy of the following pledge in each
of the stores and post office
_ _ _
We the undersigned pledge ourselves to an
unconditional loyalty to the Govermitent of
the United States, to 'arf unwavering support
of its endeavors to suppress tho Rebellion, to
spare 'no effort or means to maintain unim
paired the National Union both in principle
and territorial boundary,' rind- to devote our
best energies to promote the objects of the
Coudersport Union League, by all lawful and
On motion, those present were requested to
come forward and sign the pledge. Adjourned.
' D. C. LARRABEE, Pres. •
M. W. 31cALArti=cY. Sec.
een I I for
In Hlysses, March 25, 1863, Mr. JOHN
HACKETT, aged 76 years and 26 days.
Mr . . John Hackett was born in Orange Co.,
in the State -of Vermont, in the year 1787.
When some 25 years of age he removed to
.Brobrtie Co. in, the State of NeW York, where
he married. Thence he moved4o Potter Co.
in the :year 1827 and located on the farm,
where be has 'since resided till his- decease,
(being the first permanent settler in the to 7 ct--
ship, except Stephen BraCe, who came in about
!a morith,previous ; and died :some .20 years
ago); He has 5 sons and 5 daughters all past
the meridian cf life. He had 7 brothers and
13 sisters: all of whom lived to man and
woman -hood; 2 brothers and two sisters died
in the State of Vermont: 2 brothers and 1
sister in Illinois; 1 brother in Ohio ; 1 in Not
York Stitte, and 1 still lives in Minnesota.
One brother, Georgt., went West about 40
years agO, where he acted as - a trader- with
the Indbias un the Mississippi River between
St. Louis ittid Galena, for several years. While
thus engaged as' trader there wee not a white
resident !between St. Louis and Galena.—
At tlie, time the State' Consalotion of Mis
souri %Vita adopted, he resided in St. Louis,
and because he voted against its adoption, on
account of its slave code, he was driven from
the State ! . He then went and raised the first
dwelling 'at-a place now called Jacksonville,
in We State of Illinois. I-believe there: has
been but few families in America- affording
more subjects for pioneer life, with as strong
a physical organization and strength of pur
pose, as the one to which belongs the shbject
of the above obituary. T.8.L..
In Ulysses, on Thursday April 16, of a dis
ease of !hi head, ANN & SOPHRONIA. aged
8 mouths and 2 days, only daughter of Gide
on B. and Emma Jane Hackett.
The (Muse of mourning ;•O how sad!
No hearts are there, appearing glad,
All islsadness, tears and grief;
Beyond man's power to give relief.
Here the lifeless clay remains,
Cold, and still,. yet fred from pains
The s - pirit rests in Heaven above,
Clasped in the arms of Jesus' love.
Could we, on earth, be reconciled,
To this, the loss of our dear child,
Were not this truth co very plain,
That death to her, is but a gain ?
No, this alone can'cm•e the Smart,.
Proceeding, from a troubled heArt;
To know that Jesus' outstrete: ed arm,
Ilath rescued her, from future harm.
In Bingham tp., 3.larch 6th, WILLIS RE
SOLVED, aged 2 years 11 months and 3 days,
son of 17611 and Cornelia Sherman.
Also, March. 24th, AMY, aged 9 years 6
months and 7 days, of the same 'family.
Also. April 3d, GEORGE RJAI,,, aged b
years 6 months and 13 days, of the same
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT.
There will bea. Concert given in the Pres
biterian Cituteh, on next Friday evening, by
the Sunda; School
. Scholars. Lours open nt
7. Adruis- , sion 15 cents; children 10 cents.
'Ellie undersigned Auditor to make dhitri
bution of the proceeds of the sale of Real
Estate ;in the case of George Fox. M. D..
Adms'r &e., vs Sala Stevens, of Dec. Term
1862, No. 58, will attend to the duties of his
appointment at the - Prothunotarys Office in
Coudersport, on Saturday, the 30th day of
May next, at one o'clock P. M. Those inter
ested will attend if they think proper.
H. J. OLMSTED, Auditor.
The inidersigued Auditor to make distil
bution of the proceeds of the Sale of
Personal Prcpetty in the ease of A. AV. Jones
ra Sala Stevens and 43, F. Nichols, of June
Terrn4lBB2, No. 86, will attend to the cltitie.,
of his, appointment at the Prothonotnry's
Office in ConderspOrt, on Saturday. the 3uth
day of May next at one °Meek P. M. Tho;e
interested will attend if they think proper.
Lands 111 V an I ed.
1n the Counties of Potter, McKean, Tinge.
Clirton.and Lyroming, good tillable, roll
ing Lands,' if snitable for .Agriculture, and
Prices are low. They will be purchased for
Cash, or its equivalent. Address. with par
ticulars. location.. and character of Lands.
with survey, with brooks, or .streams running
through or near them, as to title: and
quantity of Land &c. For particulars address,
A. N.: ROSKINS,
P. 0 Box 1017. Philadelphia.,
Ulysses School District Annual
Rate of tax, 8 mills
Amount of tax, $4BO 20
Received ifroin eollictors' and nn ,
seated lands, • ' ' .368 34
State 'appropriation,' . 75 20
Paid Teachers Salary, 375 00,
Total paid for Salary and contingencies 425. 9!
Paid Salary of Secretary, 5 00
Cash on band • • $7 00
Due form Collectors, about 92 00
G. A. WAGONER. PreB. .
A. BENNITT, Sec'y. April 24,.1863.
UGAIV MAKERS and HOUSE-KEEPERS
sa%;h all your: Ashes carefully and free
froth dirt as poisible. I will payi2 t 615 ets.
a bushel for,them delivered at my Potashery.
Want them In March and April. •
BroAliad, Pa., March 9 , 1863..
It. J OLMSTED, Auditor
Corrected every Wednesday by, P. A. STEB
BINS & Deidersin GroCerlesi
- and Proviiions,
_opposite D. F. GlaSsinlre's
Coudersport, Pa. - •
Apples, green,. bush., $37 to 74
do dried, " • 100 200
Beeswax, V lb., , - 25 30
Beef, - ' " 6 6
Berries, dried, ? quart 6 12t
Buckwh'eat,'"V bush., ' ' '6O 75
Buckwbeattlour, 2 75 , . 3 00
Butter, 11 lb., 20 22
Cheese, ‘• . 10 12 •
Cloferseed 700 750
Corn, V bush., BB 100
Corn Meal, per cwt., 225 250
Eggs, Ijl doz., 12
Flour, extra,. 13 bbl:, 800 900
do superfine ' " - 7008 00
Hams, 'll lb., 9 11
Hay, ,%1 ton, 12 00 14 00
Honey, per lb., 10 12i
Lard, . " . 10 , 12/
Maple Sugar, per lb., 10 12
Oats, `V hushL,6 o 65
Onions, " , . - • 75i 100
,Pork, 1,1 bbl., 17 00 18 od,
~do V lb., - 9 10"
do in whole hOg. -, tl lb., 5 • G
Potatoes, per bush., 371 . 44
Peaches, dried, ¶ lbi, 20,
Poultry, .1 7 / lb., . ' ' 5 71
Rye, per bush., • BB 100
Salt, 11 bbl., 3 50
do /4 sack, - 20 1
Timothy Seed ' 250 3 501
Trout, per i bbl., 450 500
Wheat. e.'vl basil. 1 100 1'251
it)ii te :Pish; `ll bbl.-, 4 '6O b 00!
For Rats, Tice; Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs, Moths
in Pus, Woolens, &c. Insects on Plants, Fowls,
Put up in 25c. 50c. and $l.OO Boxes. Bottles,
and ri;!slis, $3 and $5 sizes forlfutels, Public
"Only infallible remedies known."
: "Free'from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
*Sold'Whoiesale in all large cities.
Suid by all Di uggists and Retailers every
- where. •
1 lllieware 1! i of all worthless imitations
*:,*See that - "CosTmes" name is on each Box,
Bottle and Flask, before you buy.
*,*Address Cleary R. Costar;
*.,,..*Prrneial Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y. •
* * *Sold by
P. A:STEBBINS, & Co.;
Wholesale & Retail Agents, Coudersport, Pa.
BLOOM OF ,ROSES,—for the La
il dies,—at STEBBINS'
NEW. JERSEY LANDS FOR SALE, Also,
Garden or- Fruit Farms,
Suitable :or Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Rasp
berries, Straw berries, Blackberries, Currants,
ac., of 1; 2i, 5, 10, or 20 acres leacti, at the
fo,lowing prices for the present, viz: 20 'acres
for 5200, 10 acres for 5110, 5 acres for Sixty
Dollars, 21 acres for Forty Dollars, 1 acre for
Twenty Dollars. Payable by one dollar a
_Also,' good Cranberry lands, and village lots
in CHET WOOD, - 25 by 100 feet,lat Ten Dollars
each. payable by one dollar a week. The
above land and hums, are situated at Chet
wood, Washington Township. Burlington-Co.,
New Jersey. For farther information apply,
with a P. 0. Stamp, tor a. Circular, to
IL FRANKLIN CLARK,
:No. 90 Cedar Street, NeW York, N- Y.
UNT'S BLOOM. OF ROSES.—for the La:.
Li dies —at . STEBBINS'
To the School DirectoVs of Potter County:
GENTLEMEN pursuance of the 43d sec
tion of the Act of Bth May, 1854, you are
hereby notified to meet in convention, at the
Court house, in Coudersport, on the first 'Mon
day in May, ISO being the 4th dai, of the month,
at 1 o'clock in the' afternoon, and select, viva
Voce; - by a majority of the whole number of
Directors present, one person of literary and
scientific acquirement.;, and of skill and ex
perience in the art of teaching, as County Su
perintendent, for the three succeeding- years
determine the amount of compensation for the
same ; and Certify the result to the State' Su
perintendent, at Harrisburg, as required by
the 39th and 40th sections of said act.
County Superintendent of Potter County
Lewisville April Gtn, 1863„
auf UNT'S BLOW!. OF ROSES,—for the La
il dies,—nt • STEBBINS'
rETE it • LORILLARD,
Snuff & Tobacco 1114kufactiire;
16 and 18 Chambers St., . •
(Foraterly 42 Chatham Street, New Iork.)I
Would call the attention of Dealers to the
articles of his mattufActure, viz.:
Maca boy, • .Deini,:ros,
Fine Rappee, Pure Virginia,
Coarse Itappe'e, Naehitoches,
American Gentleman: Copenhagen
Scotch,! ~ H oney 'Jew Scotch, , 1
• High Toast Scotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch,'
. Irish High Toast, : Fresh Scotch,
• .* * *Attention is called to the large reduc•
tion in prices of Fine-Cut Cliewiag and Snauk-1
ing Tobaccos, which will be found of a Supe
rior, quality, .
• - ' TOBACCO:
SMOKING. FINE CUT CHEWING. • MONTSG.!
Long, : P.A.L., S.Jago,
No. I, Cavendish, or Sweet, : Spanish,'
No. 2. Sweet &sated Oronoco, • Canaster,i
Nos. 1 & 2 mixed. Turkish
Granulated. Tin Foil Cavendish.
N. circular of prices will be sent ',on'
. The "Big Thine.' on . Soap,
for sale at STEBBb;S'
HEREAS, my wife, Deborah, Almina
Carman, .has left my bed and bord;
without just cause or provocation, I hereby
caution all persons not to trust or harbor her
on yuy Account, as I will pay 'no debts of her
contracting. NICHOLAS LA.IIeiIAN.
Whirtou Tp.i April 7 1 1863;
_.• - :
YOUNG AIITERIOA. AHEAD I !
OLD =ERICA BEIMID,
AVING entered intola Go-Partnership are
prepared to famish all goods In their
They keep constantly on hand a large and
well selected assortment of
BROIV.N, LIGHT BROWN AND
.1?70, JAVA, UNION,EYA — &c., if7t,
TIM bTE k SEED
, ,ORANGES, AND
PLoITR, by the Barrel,
Barrel, and Sank.
Buckwheat Flour by the Sack
Peed by the Hundred. '
In fact, everything kept in a good' GroCary.
Store PRODUCE taken iii excklunge and
CASH not refused: I L
All .doacis Delivered witAin tAe Borough
FREE OF CHARGE.
N. M. GLASSMIRE, G. W. COLWELL
ASIAN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN, it is'un
rivaled by any preparation Wore the public;
of which the most skeptical .nay be con
vinced by 4 single trial.
Tl4s Liniment will cure rapidly andradi
cally,lieheuiaatic Disorders of every kind, and
in thousands of cases whore it has been used
ft lia4 neVei• been known to fail.
FOR NEURALGIA, it wilt afford immedi
ate rdlief in every 'case, however distressing.
It *ill relieve the worst eases of HEAD
ACHE in three minutes and is warranted to
TOpTEIACHE also it will cure instantly.
FOB . NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GGEN-
EitAIL arising fromimprudence
And of the
;ess, this Liniment is a most hippy and
ling remedy.: Acting directly upon the
ins tis Sues, it strengthens and revivifies
Vstem; And restores_ it to - elasticity- and
)11. PILES.—As ten eiterual remedy, we
'that it is the best know nr and we chal
the World to produce an equal. , Every
victica of this, distressing complaint ,shnnlif
BRUISES. , CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES,
ULCERS, BURNS AND SC.ILDS, yield read
ily to the wonderful hen lingproperties of DR.
SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINI3IRNT, when
used }according to directions. Also, CHIL
BLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND. INSECT
BITE. AND STINGS.
Dr. &TILL Sweet, of Connectictit, the Great
Natti..l Bode Setter. • •-
- Dr. Stephen . Sweet, of Connecticut, is known
all over theiUnited States. ..
Dr.gtepben Sweet, of Connecticut, Is the au
thor. clf "Dr! St'reet's Intnllible Liniment.",
Dr. Sweets Infallible Liniment Cures Rheu.
matism and never fails.
Dr.l Swee 's Wallible Liniment Is a cert a in
remedy for Net, i.lgia.
Dr.l Sweets Infallible Lininient Cures Burns
and. Siialds immediately: . 1 .
Dr.i Swee, l's infallible Liniment:le the best
known . remedy for Sprains and Bruises,
Dr.lSineetis Infallible Liniment Cures. Head
ache immediately and was neYer known to fail
Dr. l p'weet* Infallible Lininieill4Sfords imme
diate-lei lief f o ur Piles, and seldom fads to cure.
Dr. Sweet.; Infallible Liniment Cures Tooth
riche i ;rineminute.
Dr.! Sweet s Infallible Liniment Cures Cuts
and. Wound immediately and leaves no scar.
Dr. Stoves s Infallible- Liniment Is 'the best
roiled for ores in thd known world.
Dr. S'iceet' Infallible Liniment flas been.used
by m re than .a million people, - and all
Dr.,lSweei's Infallible Liniment Taken inter•
nally cures Oolic,Cholera Mortals and Cholera. '
Dr.Sweetr , Infallible Liniment Is truly a
"friend. in need," and 'every fainity Should
have it. at !And. i
Dr. ISweet'fr Infallible Liniment Is for sale by
all Drtiggisti. Price 25 and 50 cents.
DR.! SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT,
as an external remedy, is witlinut a rival, and
will alleviatic pain more speedily than any,
.other prepalation. --Iktr all Rheumatic antf
Nervous Disprders,it is truly Infaitilde,.and
as a curative for Sores, Wound*, Sprains
Braiseit.; - &c., 1 , its soothing, healing and pow
erful streutring properties, excite the just
wonder and astonishment of all who have
ever given it a trial. OVer bee thousand
eertifidates of remarkable cures performed by
it within the liist two years, attest the fact.
To /tone Owners I
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE • LINIMENT
FOR HORSES is nnrivalled by any, and in
all cases of Lameness arising from Sprains.
Bruises orWrenching, its feet is rang-it:al
and certain. Harness or Saddle Galls,
Scratches, Mange,. &c., it will..also' cure
speedity. Spavin and Ringhttne may be
easily prevented and cured in tbedi incipient
stages,j hut confirmed cases are beyond the
possibility 01'.t RADiCAL CURE. No case of the.
kind, however, is so desperate or hopeless
butit • play be alleviated by this Liniment,
and its fitithful application Will alwaYs re
move the Lameness, and enable the horses to
travel with comparative ehse. • -. ! - '
p4ey-Hoi7se atmer 1
should! have this remedy, at hand, for its
timely pse a the first appearanc- of Lame
ness will elfetually prevent those formidable
disease's, to which all, horses are'liabte, and
which kende''a so litany otherwise valuable
horses nearly] worthless.. - . 1
' -- I •
BOA J P,
• Dr. SWEET'S .
INFALLIBLE LINIM ENT
' 1' IS THE - •- -=
- -S I OLDIER'S FRIEND,
Ana thousands have found it truly,
.A 'Friend in Need i
. ,CA II T I ON. r -T o avoid imposition, ohserre
the Signature and
.Likeness of Dr. StFpheigi
Sweet 4n' evelT label, I:, also "Stephen Sweet's
ti b e Liniment" blown in .the gl4ss of
each ttle, tithout which none are genuine.
RIDHAIIPSON-4- C 0..,
.I . Solo Proprietors, Norwieh,lCt. .
IlifoßpAN-i ALLEN, - -Generil Agents, • •
• 1 46 Cliff street, ,Neur York '
•%* old by all dealers evarywherek •' r ale.'
''* • • '
f DR. .SIFEET4S,
I Infallible .
GREAT REREEDY •
P.HEITMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA,
,IBAGO. STIFF NECK AND JOINTS,
PAINS, BRUISES, WOUNDS , AND
CUTS, PILES, HEADACHE, •
AND ALL RHEUMATIC AND
• ERVOUS DISORDERS. -
all of thin It is a speedy and certain
athi never fails. -This Liniment is
ed erom the recipe of Dr. Stephen.
, of Connecticut, the famous bone set
ed hhs been used in Lis practice for
than twenty years with the most aston
a trial, for it will not fail to afford
diate 'relief, and in a majority of cases
ect a radical pure.. . . .
NSY AND SORE THROAT arf3 some
extreniely malignant and dangerous,
timely application of this Liniment.will
',fail. to cure. '
t . .
are sometimes very obstinate,
nlargrnent of_the joints is liable . to
Theworst cases may be
ered by this Liniment in two or three
A Mend in N'e.d. Try it.
Money - Savettl.
IF:41 net to read "this Coilium
through titttti profit thor,e,ttif
$13 9 000,
9SWAYO REM:MAID:a L
Mbolttiait or itrtast
FOR THE TIMES MUCH LOWER
, EVER. • .
11 AVINar formed. a connection with' • soma
ofthe' best jobbing houses in New lrotic
we shall 'hereafter keeli fl: full stock of Good'
and shall al svaiya TiNpERSELL THE MARKET
and on most Goods Will save ybu fiftyper Ct.;
and on many, mach more. -
10 bales Bheetinp and .Shirtirigi irotri l> `to
22 'us., worth 30 to,4b,
3000 yds Sheeting fru Oheesci 'Cloth *if' 12 . *
cts. wortlt ;18
300 pieces best Madder Prints Warraptedlasit
colors, 16 *o 18 Worth 25 to 35
1 100 . pieces Ilaniilton, Pacific and other good
Delaines foi 16 to 25 Worth 25 to 35 ;
New, styles, of dUuble width ,Alpa'cea Dritt4
Goods for 31 cts. Yd, cildinieeso centit
worth now;63 to, 75
Double width Saxony Merino; 'half wool, 31'
cts. worth 75 .
All wool Merino, 63 cts. ! W6rth $1.25
A large stock of wide Scotch:Gingham only
3 etc. yd fidiaiaCe from Old priCes_
Good Tweeds and Denims for 25 cti. worth
/ 35 to ;lb
Good Sattinets CaSsinieres and All other gOoki,
equally as low ,
the line of Silks we hare, and shah kAfpri,'
_ large 'tistortmen t; - good
' __for 63 cents •„.
Black, Silk from 88 LIS. to $1,50; 'ROW woi
50 per ct. niore rtitir.
BO 0 I r KS'- ' '
.: . , Sl' O. L *iaritt -,• :
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In. this line•of our trade we can save yen it
large per C. • • •• • :•.1
Good Suits Black, Grey and others : 'Can't;
Ves t,Pants, Hat; neket'Haildkeichiet i gra*ift,
and Shirt for SlO to $l2 worth $2O. --
Good calf-BootsSor $2,50. ,
Good Women's Shoes for 75 ctil • • •
GO4d 'Gaiteri foe 63 ets
And, all other kinds of fine sPoos eirank
as lon'. •
Gi.oceries * . •
We can also sell you Groceries at - a, saWagibf
at least 25 to 50 per ct. Good Tea of-ailliz.
tra cfnalify for Si worth $1,50. Other Pod
Teas from .0.1 - u
-T5 cts - ..
Good chewing tobacco from 35 to 56
In the line of Yankee Notiohe ive eaa say,
you a handsome profit. • • ",
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, Ace.
. . .
FLOUR, pORK, HAMS,' SEIOuILDERS by, ttio
• ton or load at Wellsville price's.
• • . •
i l / 2d
Now, to save answering the Maid- iii niviei
as to 'who furnish US goods IA NeW Yeir ~- • enL;
abiing us to sell at theSbirriCeSiwe Won re=
fer you to • i •
,11r. Jason IT. Bookorer, cdnireote'd With rtire
firm of Messrs. Clnflin, Mellon & CO-, 'cull: ti.
The - largest house in the world for Diybri'dilsi..
Also, ,Messrs. Howland & LindsleY, 86 E. 83
Chanibers'st., ever eó famous for selling attlip
arid givirig their friends good bargains.
And the reason for our selling you
so low, we nre supplied from, the e7tWosive
establishment of Messrs. Longsthet ; Bra'dford
& Co„ 348 Broadway, and froth the firm
of 'Messrs. flaidwin, Stair & C 0..; Courtland St,
jwo of the best cleohiiig houses in Neil', York..?
Yankett,Notions apd.Faney. Gotais from J.
Ileniy Smith Payne Fe Co., 34 . Courtlithd
who are noted for giving their friends good
. _ .
• liardwarb from 31dig6n,Quackenbliiii Sr Co:,
20 Courtbmd St.
. .- • .
Crocliery from 'Mr. Oscar Checsraaia, 147
And the reason why we can always seli yoti
Groceries solo* and pay you the .liiglibit
price for.Buttcr, Cheese, &c., is front Outtibm
nectioti with 31essrs.'Alirens k MithAVeq:Gro- ,
eel's and Coromissioia 31erchrintv, .263 Wash-'
ington St. Now. all you that trat:d butter •to'
send to New York, pr.any Other pioduco, take .
my advice • and send to the . ni • and You will
always'receive the highest price. ..1
Do not be led away lip any false rfports .
from jealous, neighbors. , All we ask is to come'
and examine,-for your self and yoti will ba
satisfied that trhat. *8 say we perform
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