The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, May 20, 1863, Image 2

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Coudersport. Pa.
Wednesday; May 20,1868:
'The rnion State Committee have issued the
following call for a State Convention :
The loyal citizens of Pennsylvania, without
distinction of party, who desire cordially to
unite in sustaining the National and State Ad
, ministrations in their patriotic efforts to sup
press a sectional and unholy rebellion against
the unity of the Republic, and - who d3slre to
;,support by, every_itower of the Government
our heroic brethren in arms, who are braving
disenie and the "peril of the field; to preserve
the Union of cur fathers, aro reqads„ted to se
-,, isat the number of delegatei equal to ifie Leg 7
illative representation jof the State, at such
,times And in such wanner as will best responii
. to the spirit of this call to meet in StateCon
*ention at PitOburg. on Wednesday, the Ist
day of July' next, at 11 o'clock. A. M., on; he
- said d.ty to nominate candidates for the offi
- Ces of tiovernor and Judge of the Supreme
'Court ; and to take such measures as may be
deemed necessary to strngthen the Gravern
,ment in this season'of common peril to a coup.
mon country. • • C. I"..AIARPLE.
- - Chairman of the Unioh : State Committee.
.'Tbe folio-ling resolution was adopted by
the ComMittee:
' -Rackleed; That it be recommended to . the
?loyal citizens of Pennsylvania, wlthotit,dis
-tinction,of party, to organize in each election
district of the State a Union Le.tgue, for the
purpose of sustaining the Government in sup
'pressing this causeless and wicked rebellion,
which now seeks to •and destroy the
:Republic. - •
'or that mobile revelator of the under
'currents of thouallt and nas.iou the be.
wan face, the race has abundant cause to
'4l,gratefut. Men carry their characters
upoti r iheir . faces. 'There are few 111'W'
Can preserve that imperturbability
vrtnen reudeis the face ua reticent as the
generation is witnessing a return
, istthe 'times that try inen's souls." .
the monarchic influences of the . Old
World are combiuedagainst us; the-sym
vthies of the Mammon of Wtuitierce are
igtveu to otir enemies; and, as th•tn, bad
Ault and disldyalty, walk almost unshained
:lemur. midst. There are many who
'etre nothing but disaster to our armies
. while led by men who c.innut be made
.'the driveling tools of conspirators against
the.GOverpment. These men, an we
them in every township of this coun
ty, even, - eannut conceal their. lack of pa.
,trictism. Their inmost. tliou,, , rnts and
fteling are as faithfully refleoted in their
countenances us•the of any tangi
big object upon the polished • surface of a
.• We have been led :o these vacations
by the varied facial revelations following
the receipt of news of supposed disaster
.to our army on the Rappallaunuck. We
are much habituaied to study .of•the
,face ; aud ,iv bile nothing can be inure
;foreign to our purpose than the th6repre.
*citation of any class ut taco, we consider
right and necessary to apply a COIIIIIIOII
wule to all classes, and leave judgweut to
the impartial public. We have to say,
then, that the-receipt of that
,news pro
duced two marked esprepsioni of coon.
" set:antic ametig uur .pec.ple. We L uoticed
a very large class whose faces betrayed a
eorrow of the heart, and , ivliose lips, it
they testified at all, bore testimony et
deep regret that the suppression of re
bellion should be some mouths longer de
layed.- With these men welled full sym
pathy.; for while we firmly, believe that
permanent pecee.will be awarded this um
tion•by Justice, and not by Mercy, we
art:votive td.the-fact that all do not look
at-this struggle from the saute point of
There was another class, and, thank
God, a comparatively small one, who re
esived the tidings with brightening eyes,
and faces radiant with a secret joy, at
most too great for stippre:.siou in any
furtu ; and some ul these were mute ;:and
sense shook their heads and said—'You
have not heard the worst of this yet "I".
which is a genteel way of diseuuragiiig
the,people iu advatice of any given reason
far disoouragiinent. And, 6ually, these
foCial'phenotnena were remarked by near
ly everybody'll/ the first named class, so
thin was the attempted disguise.
Now,- which of these classes, judge you,
represent - El the sterling patriots of- the
suuntry ?
Hero is a fact which may have some
slight bearing upon the -question : It
was in the Spring of 1861—hi feet, in
the afternoon of the 19th of April—when
the telegraph announced the mobbing of
Mrssuchusetts troops on their transit
through Baltimore, the destrnetion of
railroad bridges, and the consequent isu
Wiwi of -Washington fruoi loyal support
by - ordinary and rapid etudes: We sat
in the library of the War Department,
listening, in the pauses of labor, to the
speculations and continents of belle dozen
men, army officers and, bureau clerks.-- ,
There was a wide disagreement iu seuti
meet and opinion, four, if inethary serves,
insisting, with vehement insolence that
Washington was as good. us taken, and
the Government overthrown; and that
the next despatch from Baltimore Would
bring bloodier tidings still. The minor
ity combatted them with note hopeful
predictions. In a a few hours tho Sixth
Nassaclinsetts, fresh and scarred - from
the assault of the Mob, charged at a
double-quick in solid cOlumit dawn l' , .3.ttn r
sylvania.Avenne. to the si , -itificant music
of their:martial tread; and the sympa
thizers with treason skink away in silence
and- 4-purity, raining curses upon Miss'
ge:ttlettit u they mot; stid . llooo of thew
caroled a more marked badge of defeat on
their feces than the four evil prophets be
foretnentiOned. Those prophets of evil
seen after cast their , lots with open and
armed 'rebellion., 1 .. . ,
. And .; he faces '.oe 1 vreiet- il
lumined always in
.degree as the , pros.
pacts of the country seetned`dark, and We
mentally Marked - them ' as .false traitors
before ; they opened their lips.
You may say that !these were a nobler
breed . . So they were. •
Now : every man will draw Ins cern in
ferenees; we drew nnrs. And we never.
hear aituuu belittling every effort of the
,doverement, or 041)6:ling evil contin-
I rall y .1 • •••
), or smiting when mitsPeaking pa
,grieve over ?disasters .. . that must
, sometimes come,—we never observe 'any
of these actions that. we do not iiitinet ,
ively rank. them !Rid) those evil prophets.
of. w hOtn mention is Medea boye. Neither
is it.too sweeping. Iu these. times, the
man who dues not, by speech, and. bear--
iug, carry hinisch high above the level of
doubt:aod suspicion, deserves to wear the
traitor's name to .his • death-day. and to
,his burial-place for.otteu by his own
eititdron.— Tinge. ..kyitato... .
,Hooker re-crossed
.the" Rappahannack
with his entire army, and occupied the old
encampments, without the•lose of a wagon
or an ounce of provisions He has taken
one wore gun thatilie has: left. He "has
lost, in )cilled,. wounded, and Missing,
laboutloooo men tOther accounts repre
sent even smaller.) and behaves the
enmity's loss to be inuch greate a r, as do
other.eye•wittiesses jot . the fighting. (A
note by a Confederate surgeon puts it at
15,000, and .an in t ercepted confidential
despatch from Lee admits it to be "ten i.
fie '') Twenty-five hundred prisoners are
Gen.: It9tillee hands. Ile, has shat.
tered and dettioraliZed the Rebel army.,
while lily own reinaMs well organized, and
'its good heart. lie ji., himself. tranquil, i
and in ;:pod spirits. Ansong the reasons
assigned for the move:omits are—First
the (li4l4vof the 11thOurps, which ren.l
dered lien. Sickles'. movement utigutory
and toreed the army out of the carefully
selected field of battle to which Gen.
Roulterlreferred in his General Order of
Apra 30, and compelled it to receive the
attack of the enetisyasisong denSelY wood-' 1
ed hills where it was impossible to bring'
all or nearly all of Our troops into action.
Se,cond the rising c ,f the Rappaliatmock.l
in 'consequence of 'the stortu, which was
Likely .to endanger the line of continua'
cations bet Ween the army and its su
pastiesilatly as the tßailread communica
tion. with Aegnia Creek •liad been de•
stroyed for twelve hours at Brooks Sin
tion..l Third : Ignoi-anee of the success ut
Gen.:Stonensati, froas which he did nut
hear until he had rctossed. •
Gen. Stonenian'a expedition was the
most daring and successful cavalry raia
during, the war. ' When Stuart rude,
around 31 . Glellatei,artity, he did nu datli•
age beyond stealing; a few horses Stone.f
tsar's men have ravaged the entire couti•
try bFtWeen Lee and It.eliMond, gone
within Ouse miles lof the Rebel capito'
(and' might have ;gone through it and
made it a desert if their instructions had
permitted,), divided Railrtiad communica
tion,' broken up the James River Canal,
and raised the mischief generally. They
have doubtless all, or nearly .: all, come
safely off, one colanin having gone down
the far lamed l'hickalionsiny and come
out under our flag, oil the York River.—
The entire movement was an mare suc
cess; and puts iu the deepe.t kind of shade
any and all the boasted perfur wances of
the Centaurs of the Chivalry, the brag- I
gaits who, like their prototype Dazzle in
the . play, boast that they were burn on
Death of Stonewall Jackson.
Richtnond papers admit the death of
their favorite - partizan General. Thus.• J.
l.lachson ' Monday last, after horn_
his left arm amputated In the recent
lbattles, he was ',shot through the right
hand and :eft arm—the Rebels say, b
their; tutu soldirs, accidentally Thiit
may or lii;ty nut be His death is a lo s is
as large as 20.006 men wceild be to ilia ( (
army. turtiel the tide against us at
Bull Run, and has ever since been the
pride and boast or the Rebels. Educat
led, shrewd, abstentious, and earnest, he
shared - the privations and dangers of hi.
med, who would have followed him au-,
where. in his pkvate life, he was amia
bie and moral. and had far his first wife a
diiiii;hier of Rev: Dr Junkin, once of
.Milton: Pa. Alas! that such a man
should 'full in thecause of Oppression and
Rebellion—a cause which he originally
oppiis-ed; and onl fell in with when He
State was nominally turned over t o the
Rebellion. by - military power contrary •to
the Vote and wish of her people.
Tue death of Stmiewall Jack Son in the
East. add Earl Van Dorn in the West,
deprives. the Rebels of two' (need leadcts
• A Cairo - dispatch says that Adjutant
Got'. Themus has organized ten regiments
negtoes, and expects to organize ten
more. Our troops all the way from Mea;•
phis to Young's point are moving to re
enforce Gen Grant. The Jackson Ap
perze says Gen. poweri's loss at Bayou
Pierre_ was Annie 1,000. Gen. Tracy.
Lien'. fie!. PettN, and Major Tuckerman
Were killed, and Col. Garnet and Major
flurlei . severely . Wounded _
All our wounded left on, the other side
of the Rappahannock have been brought
ovet.• While [Rebel 'buffs they were
treated as vicli 4 they had reasuu to ex.;
Since the retreat of the Rebels from
South East , - . Missouri, no new develop.
meuti have occurred to indicate the de
, signs of Price 'or the leading Rebels for
n further 'campaign in 3lissolri. ,Mar
tuaduke's raid, failed in all-its purpiisen.
lie is one of the oldest and most. treated,
officers; he is in fact the first Miinsottriael
who collected a Rebel force for the aV;tivii - .."
ed purpose of opposing National troops in
the' Stat 3- flu commanded the armed
mob collected at Boonville ta . precent the
advance of Gen._ Logaii„ and Vrank
after the flight or. Jdekson and
Sterling Price film' Jefltoson City. Fay
etteville,. Alit.. bar' been occupied:by . ..the
Rebels since the witlidtawal td. :he Union
troops.. Our out=posts in the. South West
now - extend from, Casbri& to the Indian
Richmond pa . pei'si of, the 14th are IT
ceived at
. Fortrest. Monroe They eon..
taut a Charleston . felerram. of the. 12111
tepotting that the liinitot - hts'are ununually
aetive, and have built formidable batteries
nit Fully betiring on the Southern
extremity' of Mmriy Mond. •
Gen Hunter writeA, to Andreti
in high prai.:e of the. colored soldiers - now'.
in service at 'Pot (if-Loyal ;• t htl are hardy,
brave, patient and obedient; with a -few
intelligent blacks 'from the : North td-aid l
them, they might make extensive and'im
portant inclusions into the most densely
populated stave- regions.
Gen B . G. Berry, who.fell in the late
battle of Chancellotsville, was buried.
with Mastmic•hottors, at lbtckland, Me
A large number of the most th;oinotrislied
citizens or the. State participated. among
whom were Vice Pre: , ident. • Hamlin and
Gov. Coburn.
By steamers .we have New .Orlearis
dates to rite 10th Inst. Letters and pa- :
pers contained nettling direct from Gem
Banks, and it is, of course to be inferred
that he is all right. The capture of Al-
exandria, La. (on the Red River, 151)
wiles from it- !mouth.) is desco ibed. T'ie
SVlllk was done on the 6th, by Admiral
Porter. with his own and some of . Adooli.
ra I Farraour's T wo !Jar s
they had finished up Fort..De Rosser, dis
abled one small .Rebel and put
another to flight On the.evening of -the
6th. after the capture of Alexandria, some
of our cavalry front New Ot leans arrived
there, thus forming a junction between
the:ou'nboats and ate lurid forms of Gen.
Grant.. New Orleans papers cive some
part iculars ot Gen. Giant's operations.'
and the city was -alive with :exuttati ..
over the capture of Grand Ginlf, Port
until particulady the arrival-01
Col Grierson's cavalry • all safe at Raton
Itotwe. Col. Griersou himself was '
New Orleans, the hero of the hour. His
forces, the fish and 7i It 111 ' Cavalry, lett .
La Gtance. Tenn., on the 17th of April.
and reartooed-Baton llouce ou l :, -- the 2d of
May. Their zigzag etoutse gave them - a
route of about 801) miles'-=in one instance
they rode 80 11. i es. in 28 - hours. They
swept a breeds It of about '2O miles thr•mgli
the entire State of MissisAppi eleall of
everything ot most value to the Rebels;
broke bridces, tore up railroads, ci , royed
immense, (plant hies - of unity proovision•!,
ruined eitgittes,. curs. - depots and towns.
spoiled the telecraplis. and so utterly ix!•
wildered the Rub Is that before any edi
oleos T.:SlNltlfiell could, be mailif they were
safe within tier - Bank's hoes. In all
their sixteen day.' ride they had botti.oue
night's r es t Col Grierson sass that had
it beer, part of his plan he could easily
have orgar.ized two br!icades of near.
troops, so "Molly did tlittrolotv...- cr o w d
upon and fellow him. News in New Or
leans, other flout. this. tilts scarce. Capt.
Howard Dwight, of Gen. Andiews's staff.
was ba-ey murdered on the!
near Wit:shim:tun, La.. after having stir
renthred -to some Rebel scouts. Gen.
Batiks at (nee ordered Hof arrest of lOU
white inert nearest the place of itssassina
tom to be held until turtlier ordei.s
Gen. Banks has issued all order propos
j og I iitt foirissalioll eat art entire Alm%
Corps of Blacks, to 'be called the Corp:
IVA frique. iii consequence of further
disturbances in places of - 11Museutett
about nat . :oval air-, Gen. Sherman had
ordered that prmo-ratoottoes shall be sub
!nutted to him befMe publocation; he ie•
coi metotis. also, that performances be itt:
tersper s ed with national music Ti. 6
are ferretimi.. 4,111 treasure Zr, the
schools; litany of t ine• piddle schools have
been deserted in eetssequences of the sing
itcc. of Union songs. etc by chiltiren of
loyal inhabitants. and the..iltdiels - are ed.
ocattog their offsprinc—so u..thas passes
fur Willie—in private academies ; these
are n.e-ts of treason, the-childten heino
taught to hate ad revile the Unitot - -
Imo,: or forir priuci l als of suelt:schouls
have been heavily tined-all of them
ate "'omen. that sex furtitsloint.the most
utterly devilish - traittesto be found in the
The Rebel teittgraiti repro'-ent Alia ,
Gen Grant is actively :eitiplii3eil in Mh—
iksippi. The I.lieliill9. d- Eilitirer tif
the I•lth publittiie - di-Paielle.: irontJack
son, i‘lii.s , stating tlik 1.000 of Gienes
cavalry entered and bur Led Cry -lel
Sprint's, on the \ Nt-tv OrlAans.tailroad i tai
the II t h in-t. ; that lie watt fOrtifying at
Micky Springs and IV estern Spring ;
that Goa Ooerinius is itt -Cayuga with
150 cavalt•v, anti .ix. or .ever; regfwerits
of infinity, and that the .Uttinti fasces
were being re enfireed at ‘Villow Spring.
The save journal of the 15th says that
fighting ivas.then going on in 31isbissipre
Grant, with 1.000 men. It .d advanced to
Hay rl. whew Gen. Gregg had a fence
Of 4,000 iefautry find a few cavalry,—
Skirmishing cdtuutenced at 9 o'clock in
the toorning.!and at' 1 ;I w, tke
then tirtiving so ranidls; to!-suPt.tirt..!th`e
tiniewtroops.that the, Rebels fell,
tuirougt 114titortiti, making a totatid,o
3lisFissinpl Spline.' where: they htii re:
ento"rcements. , rThe
bu flood ;of Jeckien' 'was: eontlrtutill;
throughout the day. flayitaudipijaaraJt
'village, caPitel!of Hinds Couuty,l9 miles'
south-west of Jackson. and connected
with the Vicksburg. and Jaelp , on railroad
by a:branch line eight miles 10ng:"... The
. Rebel accounts also state that our fleet
above • VieksbOre is , ranidl4 toereasme:
121 — Ni‘sv Goods at Stebbins'. Seethe
ittlireitt4ealetit !next meek but 'don't Trait
until theh to i 366 11161100114.
.• are•ptesed tnlearn that §ergt..
Maj. Pird.
,furmcrly of Pott e r
county, Ittm been entfitnis*ii,neti lAeuten.
ant in the 12th Wiseongin Regiment:.
K: 149th
Ileeiihent Las;been pnohoted to 04'Sec
and Lient'erniney. This is now as it
should - have been 'months ago—he :was
:mond! be most active in raiding the CUM.
•pany and ]'deserves the place:
get,See the new advert-ice:Tient- nf, C
H 11/ miner. Persons purcha‘ing at his
store may be sure of the article being as
represented. His stock is of thelbest'
quality. and his workmanship of a supe
rior kind.
tet^T he Williamsport itz timira Railroad
passed into the hands 'of the Nrirthern Central
Raili•ond Conitain.r.'nn the Ist' inst. It will
lwreaftiT balnown, as the Williamsport and
Padre. Division of t h e Northern Central Rail
road. Col. H. A. Fonda will continue as Su
perintendent of the DivisiM3.
Wo regret to learn of the death of
Lieut. Charles H. Upam, of this l!oun
ty, He was a thember• of tae gaflan.
Sickles' Brigade and was killed diarin! ,
the grand charge at Ch'ancellorsville.—
His frequent promotions and -the manner
in which he has b. en referred to by his
offieers:accord bin' a high: place for, bra.
very. devotion to duty and.conntry., and
for tr moral character that iron the respect
of-all We believe he is the last surviv•
ing son oif Wm. IL H vdorn. •
Correeted!every Wednesday. by P. A. STEB
' BINS &-; C 0.,, Retail Dealers in Groceries
- ' , and Provisions.,
i •
• opposite D. F. Glassmire's llo: - .1 , 1, , ,
• i Condersport, Pu.
. .
, 4'ples , green,V bush., $371 to , 75
do dried, , "
Bean's. ' "
Beeswax, 11 lt; , , , .! .25 : 30
Beef. . 1 " . , ' 5 ' 6
Berries, dried, 7G' quart 113
Buckwheat, - 0. bush., „ GO . 75
Bodin heat Flour, - 275 :3 00
Butter, V lb., ! I 20 22
Chee'se,' " /0 : 12
Clorerseed ... '
'.7 00 750
Corn, it bush., • 88 1. On -
Corn I.eal, per cwt., . ; 2 ,25 150 l i
E.x 1 44, 11 doz. , : .- . i- .12
Flour, extra, •19 bbl., Buo ,9 Oa
do superfine " 7ou•'B wi
.1) ton,
rft, "
Maple Sugar. per lb.,
. -
Onicine,. . " . - ' ' 75 'I 00
Pork, "14 bbl., • 17 09 18 tio
do Trl lb., 9 .• 10
do in whole hog, 41 lb., 5 1 6
Potatoes, per bush.,
." 37i!
Peitelies.•dried, V. lb., . • 20
Poultry. lii lb., 5 ; 7
. .
Rye, per bush., .
• 88 ' . l l OO
Silt, 11 blil., 3 50
clizr ,-- 0- sack '2O
Titilothy See d • 250 :3 50
Trull. perk bbl., ' 450'5 00
\\Meat, TH bush., 1 00 ' 1 25
White Fish, - - 3 i hbl. 4 50.5 00
Garden or Fruit Farms,
Suitable ur Grapes. Peaches. Pears.
berries. Strawberries. Mao:berries. Currants,
, of l; 21. 5, 10. or 20 acres each, tit the
prices for the present. viz: 20 acres
fa. S2:0), 10 acres for SIIO. s . itcres for Sixty
PollArB 24 ac•eq for Forte Dollars. I ai•re for
wet,ity 'Dollars.. Payable by one tlollar
week. ,•
AI-o, good Cranberry and village lots
in CUE tn. 25 1.00 feet. at Ten Dollars
each. payable by one dollar a week! The
above land and thrins, are situated at Chet
wo d, Washington Township. Burlington Co.,
New JerSey. For further intbrrnation
with aN. 0. Stamp. tor a Circular. to . •
No'. 90 Cedar Street,:New . York, Y.
of .n Published for the benefit,
and as a warning a nci & catrtimito young. men
who stiff,r from Nervous Debility. Premature
Decay of Mahhood. etc., supplying at the same
time mean , I.f stjf-cure. By one syho has
eared himself after being put to great expense
and injor) o' im-dical humbug and quackery
' B eac:o•ing a pest-paid addreitsed envelope
single copies may be had of the author. ' -
Bedford. Kings co'nty. N. Y
In Buhtliu, 20th ins►.. by L. Ciishinq.
ALNIERON LYMAN: of Etatslin Tp, and Miss
PIJEBE ANN KELLY. of Genesee. '
in Vila place, on -the 3d nit.. of malignant
erysipeks, JONNIE R., son of Reuben and
Sarah E! Freud', aged 1 year, 4 month, d
13 days.
Our little darling's gone to rest,
Home, from lain and sighing;
To the mansions of the blest,
-Wht%reHterle's,no more dying.
Administrator's Iliotice.l , -
LErriALS of itdmitilstralion on the estate
of John Huckq. late of Ulysses tp,-deetl.
having been &anted to the undersignetf notice
is hereby gi v.'eti to all perbons indebted to said
estate that.they must make hunted - iota - pay.
molt, and all persons_ having eleinto against
the same are requested to present them fur
- -
0 413 23 , *day 19, 18e3, „
Purchased during the
decline in Goo
Ladies D
,3 • .
WOol, Tw in
We respectfully invit
that we can supply. th
to their satisfaction,
less. MONEY than can
lionso in Potter or 8
iVe.' Mare also nddedm
12 01.1 14 00
•10 114
10 1 12 i
10 , 12
6+ 65
of goods, 'anew and co
Paints Oil
Vials and
1 ~11~
Don't Fail
r4k • xs
parife-and great
evr York. '
all• Paper,
N . - 7ARE.
ft call, feeling confident
WilLtS of all on terms
better Goods for
had at any dth er
g counties
u wcll•known.stock
p ete stock of
e Stuffs
orks. Bottles
P. sold
Call aria See !
NEW !-!--";
HE 'Et abscribers,ai their
(Ter to tliOr old costomers pitkais
• I
entity for Cash, 'Jolted _States Trasury
es (which] by the way ate, tp*en,al.l*',)
teat. Porn, Oats, Buckwheat, 13utter,Oheeie,
! ! des, Pelts, Deer. Skins, andonl4..o kr,kinds
such as Calf Skins; aise; Beanr,
. , •
as; Vedson, and some Itist
n•t be Ooollt of,
ats &,-Caps,
Paints, Oils, and tlyeStul
okether with some of the belt
Far superior to the Oil Creek
so rt few more of those Superior
ANDOR pLows, •
nd other kinds :• - • • • ••: .
nd otliei• articles which time alotie..for
ds us M mention,, all of i whielt will be
Id as low as the WAR; PRICES will
low—for strictly - , .
• ..
nd for thole articles we !eke, the
market price will be pgid.
We are aiK• General Aents for
K. D ! JAYNE'S Family Medicines,.
• • DR. AYER'S A f ledicinei,
ENNEDY'S Medicall : Discovetv --.
ad all the standard Medicines of the day
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c..s. & E. A.•JONES.
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and When: the Goods nre delivered, as we ger'
etermined to live' to the thotto - or:"-Ratlitir,
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mist be settled and closed up iremediatelyry
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