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Wednesday, Sept 23,1863
M. W. MaLARN EY, Eraroa.
UNION STATE TICKET.
ANDREW G. CURTIN,
Of Bellefonte. , •
itOE.,4VVGLIVI SUPREME COVET, '
Of. Beaver County
UNION COUNTY TICKET.
:301IN W. GUERNSEY, - of Tioga.
?c. ,%ARTHUR G.' OLMSTED, of,Pottor
• 7- - JYOkPROVIONOTATI.T.
.1/MINELY OLMSTED,- Coudersport
• POll coustrastoNp..
R. L. 'NICHOLS, Sharon Tp
70h REGISTER. AND RECOR.DEU.
DAN BAKER, Coudersport.
S. 11. JIA,RTINs Pike Tp
! remember that in 1837,
p;Goorite, Mood i warcl, the present &ppm-.
candidate for Governor of Peuasyl..
said : "Foreigners have no sytupa
:Ahies;in•eommon with us, they have no
niqualitleatioos to render them fit recipients
ot*, the high political privilege of voting ;
.:and that we'do but squander those privi•
• • leges--the right of voting—in confering
~ , t hetn upon every individual who chooses
, - to come nod take them." Irishmen ! re
,member these words, here is a man worse
~ t han any - Know Nothing, asking you to
vote to place him is a position where he
.-can carry out these principles of disfran
:ehisentent. Will any Irishman, or the
Eon of an Irishman rota that the halter
,"shall; be put around their own necks
the sons of Irish patriots who suf-
tered for centuries at the hands of such
:. gcntlemanly aristocracy,. vote for a wan
.who tips wishesio crush them and make
them equal with slaves? Never! Let
•ev.ers Irishman be at'work earnestly en
-ergetically, that thishydra-beaded Know
„Nothing may be sent back to his hole in
-distill at the Wrath his uncharitable and
unprincipled courhe has eY \ oketl.' •
• - - - -
The election in Maine, has resulted in,
to most .overwhelming clfeat to 'Ot.pper
-: bead and Secesh- syrn pat hizers. CONEY,
-,: the .Union candidate for Governor has
•.abont. 20,000 MAJORITY ! This is
,rimply an index of what must surely hap-1
-pen- in Ohio :and Pennsylvania. Ohio
_will give about 150,000 for Brough ; and
..I.'enusylvania about 80.000 for Curtin.
The North is yet in her strength. As
• the hopes of the Rebels are :fading away
-into imaginative' aid from the French,
,:blows, not only-in the Geld, but at the
--ballot-box,'should be dealt out fast and
.*trong. ,Three months more should see
~he outlines of- the "how of Peace,"
. spreading themselves over the whole
'colintry. - The theory that a free people
can govern: themselves and maintain their
-integrity sill soon become an axiom.
rtm,.A letter captuted by Capt. W. H.
'Gibbs, • ar!Natoltez, Miss., from among
'the - . papers of Jeff. Davis, written by
:Frank•Pierce to the arch traitor in ‘1313
, vary, 1860, aosiis clearly that the North•
vitt Democracy were at that time pledged
to secession, and that this ex-President
was to be one of the leaders of the North
ern Reltellien: This - single- letter. inde
pendent. of the other prhof exhibited to
1.1. e public within the last few •months,
should be sufficient to brand upon the
foreheads of the leaders of the Democrat
ic party of the North, the foulest epithet
-ever applied. .to man, and sink in igno
miuy r.ritl shame the character, lives and
memory of the men, who while sworn to
obey the laws•and observe the Constitu• '
lion, could yet thus coolly plot their trea
son. , 'We•will' publish the letter in otir
nest. • - '
• ,iff t epresentatlve Conference.
The Representative Conferees of Tioga
and Potter Counties, wet at Coudersport
Sent: 22, 1863.
Tioga-11. S. Johnson, H. W.
Potter—Maj. J. M. Kilbourne, L.Bird
4.l;he Conference unanimously endorsed
nOtninations-of JOHN W. • G URNSBY
and. ART II U B. g rv OLNlsTED il ai candidates
for the AssemblY at the Coming election.
• H. W. WILLIAMS, Pres't.
KILBOURN. &o'y. •
We have news from Charleston Harbor
to —Wednesday, -the 16th inst., by the
steamship I.4eClellan. Gen Gillmore was
mounting , heavy guns on the upper' part
of M,orris Jslaud for the purpose of intn
bairding Charleston, and, although Fort
liuttittr- was still. held by the r, ebels. the
siege - was progressing favorably. The fire
front the -Rebel works on Janice Island
had' proved somewhat annt.ying to the
vrorking , parties, but casualties were few.
Gen' Gillmore had issued; an eloquent
eongratulatOry order to his troops, and a
copy is to be placed in the hands of every
officer and'aoldierwho 'hea partici.
itiedlit'the campaign on Morris Islabd.
On' die morning of the 15th, the INl.nai
Mee of one of the Rebel - batteries on Sand
n'eirlurt johnon, exploded with
terrifidvii.lentte; destroYing the battery.
inagazino L gtre, One hundred'Reb
el :prisoners, fitain on Morris Island,owne
ertb in the.slcOlellan: .
BROOKLAND, PA., 5ept.,18,1863.
At the primary meeting for choosing
Delegates tothe County Convention,. held
thiS day, DANIEL OLMSTED Was chosen
"resident. A cumMittee of one in each
school - neighborhood was , chosen to see
that all loyal voters not now assessed, are
assessed at least ten days before election.
and that those needing it, be provided
with means to ride to election.
'Friends of your Country 1 see to it that
every man who will support the Loyal
Catididate for Governor is on hand. Have
your two years' returned soldiers paid a
tax, in two years ? Are all assessed I.
W ill you allow _CURTIN: to lose a vote
because some man is idfi•ni and has no
way to ride to the election ? ,L.ButD.
Union County Cenventiorhe
-The convention was 'called to order by
Chapman of County Contention. •
On-lnotion. G. A. BAR LAY, Whar
ton, was called to_ the Ch tr,` A. ROBE
and C. S. JONES were ch.Osen Secretaries.
The following partied Delegates then
presented their eredentkals and were re
Allegany—Calvin Rogers; Thomas Gil:
liland, A. G. Presho.
Bingham—G. G. COlviu, L. E. Mc-
Caro, M. D. Briggs.
Clara—l. L. Allen, W. B. Graves.
Coudersport—A. Rounsville, C. S.
Jones, O.' H. Crosby.
Eulalia—Seth Taggart, J. M. Spaf
ford. -• • - -
.. Genesee—H. 0. Perbt, R. Gustin.
Harrison—Henry OUttuan, A J. Rose,
L S. Robertson, Wesley Mafia, Sy!ven
Ilebron—E H.Bishop,William Green
mati Norman Dwight.
Hector---C. P Kilbourn, Cyrus Sun•
&flit]; Miles Wat rous.
Homer—Dennis Hall, William Crosby.
Jackson--R. Persin„ l / 4 .
Keating —Leonard jewel', E. Z: Din
Osway - o—Wm. Dexter, L. D. Estes,
Pike---J. Vii . . Kilbunro, S. 11. Martin.
Pleasant Valley—J.' M. Clark, Elijah
Roulette—O. R. Webb, E. H. Burt.
Sharon—R L Nichols, C. C. Warner,
A. J. Barnes. I t Canlit;ld.
Sweden—H. L. Bird, B. Remick..
Ulysses--C. G. Cusi .Perry Brig
ham, E D Leet, • E'lyng., L. Bird
Whatton—G. A. BEirulay, H. A. Brai
The Convention then proceeded to the
trantisetion of its appropriate business.
On motion of Maj. Kilbourn, Hon. A
G Olinsted was unanimously nominated
as Potter County's candidate for Assem
On motion, Resolved, That in nomi
nating candidates the Convention vote
For -•the office of ,Prothonotary the
names of H J. Olmsted, H. H. Lyman,
and Dan Baker were presented Before
balloting the name of D;Baker was with
drawn. On the first. ballot H J. Olm
sted had 44 votes and H. H. Lyman 8.
On motion, the nomination of H. J.
Olmsted was_tuade unanimous.
On moiion,Dan Baker was unanimously
nominated for the office of Regitter and
For the office of Vont-ay Commissioner
the name.; Jerome Cheesbro,R.L;Nielmls.
Benj. Reneels, 0. H.! Olmsted. and 11.
H„Hendris were presented. R. L
ors, of Sharon, was nominated on the gd
ballot by a majority! of 3 over Jerome
Cheez.loro (former CoMmissioner) of Os.
For the office of County Auditor the
name of 0 H. Martin, of Pike, was pre.
sented, and on met*, the nomination
was made unanbnousl • •
On motion, Revolted, That the Chair-
man appoint two de. l egates te represent
the county in the R e pfesentative Confer.
ence to meet in Couderil;ort,
1863,;" to nominate candidoes for the
office `of Representativn for this Repre
sentative District. Chair appointed
M. Ijilbourn and L.. Bird as such aele
Maj J. 11. Kilbonrn presented the
Resolved, That we owe a profound debt
of gratitude to these noble men who have'
periled their lives on so many bloody
fields in defence of that Government we
so fondly call our own, and as a fit ac
knowledgment of that dept., we hereby
pledge our most cordial and persevering
efforts to secure the re.electiou4f our no
ble Governor, Andrew G Curtin, a self
sacrificing patriot, and the soldier's most
Restoved, That Don. Daniel Agnew.
the nominee of the, l'itt,laura. Convention
for"trudge of the Supreme Court of this
Commonwealth, is Weil worthy of, and
shall receive our enthusiastic support.
Remarks were made by Maj J M.
Kilbourne, Capt. N. A . . Mills and H. %V.
The Resolutions were then unani
Adjourned sine die.
G. A BARCLAY, Proe't
C. S. JONES. s eoy , 9
. , .
tre.On n'train with drafted teen going
frOlp Williamsport, it vote was taken for
Governor., If Woodward had had a me •
jority in the erowt,t,' we 'wouldn't have
cried, but Audy Glwas ahead again!
far .We have not seen one Copperhead
mei that has the honor or,courage to let
' its deluded leaders truly see the result of
the Valikrnia elzeticn ?.
FgObt_rlVE SOLDIER S .
CAELE N EAR KELLY'S FORD, VA.,
Sept. 13, 1863. •
ED. POTTER JOURNAL : One of the
few and'far between visits of.the .POTTER
JOURNAL was welcomed, as is always the
case, a few evenings ago, and. Us copy
received visited every tent inhabited by,
Potter representatives until it was quite
worn out in its exertions to satisfy and
please all by a . visit. This particular
copy however contained the communica
tion _from our Quarter Ntaster, Lieut.
REES, and upon reading it all exclaimed,
.for . Rees . : The Lieutenant
showed me your private .letter wherein
you state that some there . are' who are
disposed to dispute Rees' clairti to the
authorship of said, letter, All of us are
aware that there . are many ; among' the
"stay at homes" who are only too ready
and willing to find ',fault with such
straight, forward, commcin., sense, senti•
ments, but finding fault does not make
them any the less his,. and ours and the
heartfelt and out-spoken sentiments of '
every true son of Pennsylvania. , And if
these are the feelings of all of us, •why
should Lieut. Rees hesitate to express
them more than any one else.• That let
ter. 1 know lie wrote, for I saw it before
it was.finished and read it before it was
forwarded for publication. And in re
gal(' to the author, Lieut. Rees,. let me
say that whatever were his politics before
he joined the army, that was among the
parts and parcels that he left-at home.
The soldier is more capable of knowing
who is his friend than any one out. of the
army. When they are satisfied with any
thing swan) , person they want no changes.
That they are satisfied with Gov. Curtin
is true beyond a doubt. They want no one
else to look to their wants, and could they
be comulted, as they ought to be, they
would have no one else. - "Give us Cur
tin and to hell with Woodward," is the
unpolished exclamation chit greets one
on every side in a Pennsylvania regiment.
There is no need to ask you to let yonr
paper do its duty ; we know it will.
But I am writing more Omit I intended.
1 wished merely to lend testithony to
fact; not only that that letter was written
by Lieut. Rees, but that we ALL endorse
the sentiments. Yours very truly,
DENNIS li. CLIEESBItO
Dispatches to the Philadelphia Press;
state that the Army of the Potomac was
unexpectedly in motion on Thursday.—
"Our advance will nut have rest on this
side of the Rapidan. For two days our
army had to live without fire, as it would
have attracted the enemy's shells upon a
discovered position:. Kilpatrick made
several feints to cross the .Rapidan, but it
soou became evicent that he could not
live a moment on the other side. On .
Wednesday the Rebels, who seem in
doubt concerning the strength and sin=
cerity of the mo ement, crossed the river
near Racoon Ford, and drove 150 men at
the post away; but two regiments of our
cavalry, armed with revolving rifles, ills-,
mounted and drove theM back in confu
sion. We lust about 30 men. On Thurs
day morning. according to an important
rumor, the Rebels crossed again at Ra
coon Ford in a strong free, and captured
100 men of a New York Regintent . -of
military. Th: latest news from the army
is that all was quiet, the relative positions
An official dispatch from Gen. Steele,
dated Sept. 10. says : "We have jus't ca
tered Little Rock, Arkansas. The cav
alry under Gen. Davidson is pursuing
the enemy, who are in fu,l retreat South."
DThe only times the word "Confed•
eracy" is used in the holy scriptures, arg
not faveiable thereto. They are
"Say ye not A confederacy, to all them
to whom this people shall say, A confed
eracy ; neither fear ye their feur, nor be
afraid."—lsa. viii. 12.. •
"All the men of thy confederacy have
brought thee even to the border; the men
that were ut peace with thee have deceiv
ed thee and prevailed againstthee; they
that eat thy bread have laid a wound un
der thee; there is none understanding in
Gen. Rosencrans writes, to a Commit
tee that he is entirely in favor
o f a n o ' v i ng soldiers to vote, and they
shall, its far as be can secure it, be permit
ted to vote just as they please. The
General can not peruit stump speakers
to hold torth in his wily, but every rea
sonable facility will bt nivzln for the dis
tribution of papers, tiCketti, provi
ded that "when any publication Appears
among us so licentious, lying of tr....ntor
ous, as to endanger the morality, or
likely to impair the spirit or vigor of this
army, I feel bound by reason, justice, and
duty-to my country, to use my authority
to prevent its circulation."
Gen. Butler was serenaded in Phila
delphia on Friday evening, and in re
sponse made a brief speech, alluding to
the important part taken by Pennsvlva•
nia in the war for the Union, and hoping
she will be on the side of. the Union, in
the contest in October. The General
wilt enter immediately into the canvass
in Pennsylvania in favor of the re elec
tion of Gov. Curtin., ,His first speech
will be made at Harrisburg.. ,
The Hanover Gazette iP issued in the
heart of the.Germaii Detuocrady of York
Cu.. Pa., and has been rr.ther copperish in
,But the 'late Rebel raid in that
region 'seems to have opened its eyes to
the necessity of sustaining the ,Govern.
rdent; and it - has' accordingly come Out
tnifily and awfully for Curti!) and A Om.
A Soldier's Opinion
[The following stirring, patriotiejetter;
is from Capt. HARUY FeitTEe4
t t du Forster, of
Harry has commanded a Cempany, from
Centre' county. in bard scfv,ice' .dtiring
most of this,War, and was severely "woun
ded, but is now again with hisCouipany,
in the grand Potomac Army. For fifteen
years he has been a personal and political
friend of Geo .
, W. Woodward. These
facts attach much importance to his views,
as given in the following extract
private letter to a family' and .party
friend.— Union County_ Star & Chron
ic/el. , '
HEAP. THE DEMOCRATIC CAPTAIN.
' I have just learned; by the newspapers,
that . 0-Oreriot 'CUrtin has been re-noml
nated' by his party friends. -. To tell you
a little secret, at. which I do not wish
,to be at all snrprised, I - feel, atAres
.eat, that 1 could 'vote for hint, even against
so good a man as Judge Woodward, and
at the fearful risk of being called an Abo-.
litiOniet, and not strain my conscience a
particle. I am- as good a democrat as I
ever was, but I must confess, that, muoh
as I have always esteemed 'judge Wood
ward,.lfirmly believe that his election to
the Executive chamber of Pennsylvania,
at the present time, would be the most
dire calamity that could befall our noble
old State, as , well as the cause of the
Union everywhere. t Woodward's extreme
Southern views on the Slavery question
are well known ; and if his sympathies
are not with the South .in this accursed
Rebellion, I do not know that be has ever
, taken any pains to express them in favor
of sustaining the War, or the men en
, °and in the duty of carrying it on. Bold,
, able, rand independent as he undoubtedly
is, bow; long do you suppose be would
occupy the Executive Department of the
State without an open rupture with the
[National] Administration ? And of
1 the consequences to follow such , a rap
tore, Who can tell ? Let me tell you,
(though these. who know Ju:dge 'Wood
ward as you do not need to be told) that
' his opposition s to the Administration in
the prosecution of the war, would not be
of the "milk ,and water" mixture that
characterizes Uhe conduct of Seymour of
• New York. Prom the character of the
man, we might look for something bold,
determined, real, and defiant, and unless
the Rebellion is crushed this fall--,I ear
nestly hope it way—we who are enuaged
in the fearful work, at some dark and
trying hour, when we most needed cheer
ing and hopeful words of sympathy and
support from home, instead 'of receiving
them, might _'mve our hearts crushed
almost to despair, by the sad and. terrible
news of nEvoi.urwit AND BLCOHSHED
BACKED UP BY THE- CHIEF AUTHORITY,'
oF TIII: STATE! God lc, .bid that any
!thing .so direful should' happen within
the limits of loyal
. and noble old Penn
sylvania ! Yet if, my estimate of Judge
Woodwar ine correct, and seeing him al.
lied as lie is to the Vallantligham enders.
ers who nominated him,is it an overdrawn
picture?, I think not. I think I may
, therefore safely say, that were I at home,
i I do not think my previous admiration
i for the Juan would permit me to do so
great .a wrong to my conntry and the
• reuse of loyalty to the best Government
un the face of the earth, as to vote for
him. lam in the field, and I want a
man in the Executive chamber of Penn.
sflvania that will give .me his aid and
sympathy in the work at . which- I am en.
gaged, regardless of former political opin-'
tons and associations; a man that will
g ive the National Government all proper
aid ' and assistance, in its endeavors to
crush out the foulest. rebellion' that ever
cursed a nation; and not one,who would
give aid and comfort to traitors,. and
place every obstacle in his power; in the
way of a vigorous prosecution of the war,
and a final restoration of the Union.—
GeV. Curtin .is therefore the man .1 want.
He Ist able, loyal, and patriotic. He is
the soldier's friend. It is safe to say that
no man in his position would have done
more than be has always done to, lighten
the hardships and add to the comforts of
the men Pennsylvania has sent into the
field. His ready aid and sympathy have
ever been with them du i their trials and,
dangers, and havealwayi been bountifully
bestowed.- LET THE PEOPLE OF PENN
SYLVANIA, THEREFORE, RE-ELECT A. G.
CURTINOS MY PRAYER."
The Bureau of Deserters was estab
lished some time since in the office ofthe
Provost Marshal General, and is in
charge of Colonel Chaun'cy McKeever,
an energetic officer. We learn that thro'
the instrumentality: of this bu.keart two
thousand deserters were arrested the first
month it was in operation; four thousand
were arrestgd the second month, and last
month (, 1 "luji) six thousand were arrested
and returned to duty with their regi
ments. The ilmeg certainty of arrest
and punishment, throush the agency of
the Provos li.larshaLGeDeral's Depart
ment, has become known thorughout the
army, and has resulted ,in a decrease of
seventy•five per cent, in
,the number of
• Gen Sully telegraphs Sept. 4: "Yes
terday we surprised over 400 lodges of
hostile Indians;' fought them and dis-
persed them ; killed over 100; destroyed,
all their camp and all their property. 'I
have in my hands many prisoners."
'The death of Gen.. Sam Romiton .is
again reported. The. 'Richmond Mfg
says that he died on the 25th of July at
MS' residence in Huntorsvilla,Texas. Be
was 70 years old.
SERVES THEM RIGHT I t
THERE IS NO SCARCITY TO WARRANT,
A'D'D NO LAW TO COMPEL, THE PEOPLE
TO PAY - THE R II
UINODS PRI C ES NOW
ASKED FOR THEM Dil l
THIS COUNTRY !
TO AVOID THIS EXTORTION; AND GIVE
THE PEOPLE " FAIR' GOODS AT FAIR
P. A. STIEBBISS & Co.
HAVE LATELY! PURCHASED, IN liENV
YORK, FOR THE FINEST AND
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS EVER
BROUGHT.INTO THE OOIINTY, CONSIST-
IN. GOF EVERY it-ND AND QUALITY.
DELAINS, REP GOODS,
LAWNS, MUSLINt, AND PRINTS,
STEBBINS & CU 'S
FoR I I
LADIES' - I CLOTH,
I S OF FANCY GOODS,
I I •
& ALL KIN
LINEN, DENIMS, &C.,
S & CO'S
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS,
LADIES'& GENTS'BOOT3& SHOES
, ,GO TO
STE I LtiBtN S & CO'S
WOODEN AND WILLOW-WARE,
QUEENS' A.NI) ALL OTHER
DS 'OF WARE
BBIIIS & CO'S.
, SUGARS, •
S OF ALL BINDS,
RK, HAMS, SHOULD
ISIt,'•AND - SALT,
BINS it CO'S
AND ALL RINDS OF MECICINES
! GO . TO
STEBBIRS . It CO'S.
Was the exclamation of the itiarononuit'whe
first discovered that the *odd moved In its
orbit; not less joyous has been the exams.
tion of those who have found THE P4CII
where GOODS can 'be purchased FIFTEEN'
or TWENTY PER CENT. belowribe:
ilnd them 0.1 represettanio
things are to be consideredin purchasing
Goods; the Quality and the krica ;-andtur
chasers studying both, ban•be bettei seastied
with our stock than any , other in this of mt.
• , •4
joining counties . Think twice before bnying
DEAR TRASIV. Now Is y?urtime to*.
cure a GOOD ARTICLE. "Delays an flan.
gerons and sometimes fatal." Don't wait fu•
another enormous advance in Goods
_ The following is but a partial list of oisT
large assortment: •
The attention of .tbe Ladies is called to tte
stock of Iferinoes i ßlack;Brovrti, i3lue, Maroon,
Drab and White. Some of these were betOt
previous to the rise and will be sold neatly as
IoW as preient wholeiale prices at ./Olqlii
T.adies Cloth _
Black, Grey , and Fancy Colors at 40Srpli
Cassimeres, Striped, Checked, and Plaidt I
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, and Cottonades of
the very best quality at JONEVA
Mouraing Goods -
Black Silks, Alpacas, EmpressOloth,
tine, Delaines, Rep Cloths, atid Black ani
Purple Goods of serious kinds at JON.tiSi
Heavy Sheeting=, three-quarter, four-quarter ;
five-quarter, fine unbleached; Pillow• Case
and Sheeting Muslin, Shining, Ten7quartet
bleached for-sheets at
,White Goods • -
arred Muslin. Plain Jaccnet, Cambrls for.
Skirts, Irish Linen, Swiss Muslins, Nainsook
Muslin, plaid, striped or plain, and Bishop
Lawns at JONES'
Dimity Bands, Ladies Collars, Understwes,
with or without collars at JOBBS'
Hoods, with tabs or points, for Infants and
Children, Misses and Ladies; Nubia's, Under•
aleevea and Caps at
For Children, Shirting Prints ) platn , bletelr 4
white and black,blue and white, and all kinAs
of Fancy, at JONES'
Gents' Black Broad Cloth, excellentqualitY *
bought before the rise. Cassimeies ; black
silk mixed, black and fancy Doeskin,' striped,
plain, and Plaid in fancy colors, and Cloth
for_whole suits at' . JONES'
Women's wool ribbed, cotton ribbed, eottvn
plain, colored and white, plain or fleeced..
Girls' white, brown, mixed, wool or- cottoe f
and wool balmoral stockings.
Mena' home and city-itiads,
Boys', all sizes, white or mixed, at JON,
For Ladies, Gauntlet and. Hand Gloves, Rid,
Linen, Cotton, Plain and Fleeced Silk. Gentle
fine Driving Gloves, Casaimeres, at JONES'
For Ladies ; Shepherd's Plaid, Broche, Long
and Square, Woolen Plaid; a greatyatiety,of
elegant colors at :TUBS'
Of domestic and foreign manufactare. 'We
can assure our-patrons that we believe our
stock this spring to be mote attractive in this
line than ever before. JONES'
With only two breadths, making ft tieeealutrY
to have but two seams in a full skin in. agreals
Groceries - ,
Teas, SUgars, Choice Syrup, Good Rio Coffee,
West and Dandelion Coffee, Rice, Cota
Starch, Farina,' Cocoa, tze., at JONES'
Cloth, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Hat, Paint: Val'littdt
and Artist Brushes at - . JONES'
Drugs and Fancy Articles
Oils, Paints, and Dye Stuffs, White Lead `id
Tin Cans,Alcohol, Camphene, Kerosenafinfo
and Lamp Fixtures, Glass, Patent ,Nedicinei t
Chemicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfuniery,raicy
Soap and Toilet articles, Gum, flair, Ivory
and Wooden Combs, Pomades and Colognes,.
and a fine assortment of Flavoring„Extractsi•
Pens, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil—fair
and boiled, at - JONES'
Boys' sad lien's at • . JON ES'
Hoots and Shoes
Of every description_ and the- beekquality; st
astonishing low prices, st • • —4ONES'
Ceiling 'Patter, Transom Paper; Viable Cur.
tains, Borders, Tassels mid Fizktres,,st
HARDWARE' WOODEN-WEE, ;WIDOW;
WARE, NAILS;,.TRON, ,P,LOWS,. : WINDOW
BASS, • FLOURO'PORK, assd rEP.Ei4.fit 4 t;'
everything that the people need can be had se
JONES! ' 31
Allotwbieb - will tie sold tit•the;infiet WWI
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