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THE, POTTER COUNTY J I lIRNAL
anideTport,Vednesday Evening,Scrvil, 186 i
Local and -G-eneiral.
;Gold is 45 cts.•piemitim in
IA 131acksn3ith is wanted at : rookland
• good and industrious workman 9an do well
litirLucien Bird advertises a n
(foods for sale cheap.'
-1111rAndrew Sandberg & Bro.a l it .paying
lb. highest Civil price for Hides.
.111416iirs, Roberts opens a Selec School, i
the basemetdof the Church, on Ifo day next
vel.The District School opened
last. D. D. Col - c i ord, - of Horner to
th• Teicher. •
ieutt is expected that the Re
will preach in the- Presbyterian I
Sabbath next, at 10:36„k.
glirCanada seems to .e afraid
tion IR the United States.' , A poo
girl might as well be afraid of bei
to nicht, handsome and / worthy g
11101.0ov. Curtin has issued Pro
la ambiance with those issued b
idtmt for Volunteers and appointin
.What is to be done about Patter coun
ty's quota? There is quite a large number
of yourig men in the county who a+ anxious
to enlist, and a little effort might
tinily reduce the draft.
,j Thieves have been 'prowlin_ about for
some time past., stealing clothes • nd every
' thing nlse they can find exposed. C. re should
be taken to have all movable prop-rty ander
lock-find-key during the night.
IThe weather for the past few
been "t:old as witat.r.'t *Mr fall ha
markably pleasant—orm and cler
was a quite a. briik suoid storm in
portions of the county on last Fridii
lir The _nezt ,Legislatnro :of
stand as follow's : Senate, 28 Unio
Opposition ; Otiose, 80 Igniorthsts tQ
Bitten ;11nion majority on joint latti
l ieL.We want a cord of PINE Si
tuedi4ely, for which Cash will be p
several cords of "18 inch, hard
subscription. There are Tate ano
hive p4romlsed ui wood; well now,
some of it. '3
sears qme evil-minded, copper
tnred persons circulated a. story
death of Gov Curtin, last week.
so doubt they wish him dead, but
Wel% fortunes we'd all be rit•ln"
I.o.,Suelt is the earitHence. of ,
112 the suppression of the Slavelll
billion, that the S. rt.'.>.os are no
tae rate °foyer Two Millions per dal
who 'desire a good ievestment and
Government, should buy quickly i
sire it, for the amount is limited.
te=President Lincoln 'has ord
every citizen who has pant the $3Ol
nication, shall receive the same. cre ll
for as if he had furnished . substitu ,
exonerated from militia service fo
for which he was drafted, to wit,
cf Ohio ; fellow traito l
loraligham, and like him a great
stood at the polls on election day a
lenged the soldiers votes. There is!
la Copperhead hates so intensely as
Wait till the Volunteers get hoipe I
1116,..The bombardment of Fort Su
the 30th is reported by the rebel pap.
Istaviebt that has yet taken place
Wednesday ti-Il Thnrsday eveing. 1.
aro said to have been thromn against
le, The business of apithending
from the army has Income quite extei
profitable. The Government now fa
dollars a bead for deserters, and "del
are quite numerous. Fvery citizen i
lied to apprehend deserters, and 't
the same us received by regularly au
`Now that the time has arrive. ,
n'se of stoves and grates, too much
ack be taken to guard against fire
otovepipeshonld be carefully exami.
where necessary, repaired, while p
ears shodhl be taken that there is
wink . to Contact with them. * Defeo . '
award also be examined and put in o
care talon that the cindmi and ashe
DOsited :a such a way as to prevent t
bility of accident from this source.
Z 121" A. friend lit Sharon sends us
written b a soldier of the 85th N:
date of Plymouth, N. C., Sept. 18, 19
Which we.take the following extract
what . is the general feeling up there
tcryttbout pnlitiCal matters,' the ad
tion, the &aft, &c.? Are the people
ing traitors to the Government an giving
itkeir sympathies and aid to the conk. emu ?
Are there men, citizens of free norther Sates,
that would aftti , so much su ff ering nd loss
Of life, rejoice in a final delhat of the Federal
/atty and overthro 'W- of the Govern eat? I
should judge so fromthe conduct of certain
party_ called copperheads. I am almost
ashamed of my native country. At th present
time when' victory is chowning. oar rms at
every poiliLl'is just the time when we eed the
tledivide6r !rapport of every loyal Sta e in tht
tfiqn. Itsluch trete the case I tell yeti we
*maid soon bring this rebellion t terms.
There is.no mistake about it, but jos as long
as there is a division in the North, jus so long
will they struggle on expecting isistarite
fats their Northern friends."
DR:'RADWAY'S PlLLathe Pillslhat Cure.
Inert:tare thousands„ef persons whet .fdtve for
yearibeed-dosing -with sernie faforlfe-pills,
and imagine that theypannot. live 'Without
them. When we bear that :a man has been
taking such and such “pills`for years," it is
fair to presume be is taking a'worthless Fern
edy.' Yet there are many who have been af
flicted with Costiveness, Indigestion, Consti
pation, Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia ;
dm., for years, and from habit have used some
favorite pill that affords' mere temporary re
lief, without thinking that the , pills they are
taking increases the original complaint. Now
we guarantee that if these misguided people
will. take ltadway's Pills that from one to six
boXes will cure them. Scald by all Druggists
w stock of
rjIFIE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
.1- of nn Invalid. Published for the benefit,
arid as i.warning Ann . caution to young men
who Offer from Nervous Debility. Prerpture
Decay of Manhood, etc.. supplying nt the same
time the meansof self-cure. By one who has
cured himself after being put to great expense
and injurythro` tnedical humbug and quackery
By enclosing a post-pa ithiddressed envelope
single copies may be had of thenntimr,
. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. Esq..
Bedford, Kings col.nty, N. Y.
(Corn In n icated.)
Dukronaxy 'Consumpticm a fumble Disease.
A •IJA RD.
The undersigned hiving been restored to
heUltb in a few weeks, by a very simple rem
edy, after having suffered several years with
a severe lung affection. and that dread disease
Consumption—is anxious to make known to
hiS fellow-sufferers the meatis of cure.
a Day of
,To all-who desire it. lie will send a copy of
the 'prescription used (free of charge), with
the directions fen...pre-paring and using the
some, which they will find a sure cure for Con
suinfition, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds,
Ace. Theonly object of the advertistr s in send
ing the Prescription is .o benefit the afflicted,
and spread. information which he conceives to
be invaluable; and he hopes every sufferer
will try his remedy, as it will cost them no
thing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON-,
404 m Kings counts, New York.
• days has
is been re-
VENITIAN HORSE LINIMENT
TN pint botttes at fifty cents, cures lame
mess, cats, cholic. &c. Read- the
.130s.roN July 7. 1860.
ists' to 5
Dr. TOBIAS: We have 'lied for the - past
year yotir Ilmse Liniment f r lameness, kicks,
bruises, cent: and:cum, and in every Instance
found it the best. article I ever tried in this
circus company. Please send six dozen bot•
Iles, as it is the only liniment w: , use now
We have 108 horses, some very valuable, and
di) , not want to leave town without it.
let us see
Manager VanAmburg Sz Co's. Menagerie
So 1 14,1111 druggists.
Office, 56 Cortlamdt Street, New 'York.
, bout the
the finest style for sale at the
• ! Those
o aid the
Sept. 30, 1863
Alrs - t4ate, steady,
Brookland, Potter Co., PL
Nor. 4, 1863.
. it there
., :ma is
10 4 ‘ . •
r e -Z .
Just in and To r ii° sold just as cheap as the
"times" will allow. •
-An assortment of almost everything needed
by anybody, Such as
DRY GOODS BOOTS le SHOES
And other Medicines.
In-exchange I want
HOUSE ASHES at 14 cents
F. 4 ° 2
c i • . GREENBACKS a g
DRIED BERRIES, COUNTY ORDERS,
• ULYSSES ORDERS.
• I Most all kinds of GRAIN.
Broo)cland, Pa., Nciv'r, 1863.
rs as the
. sive nod
'e pay is
WHEREAS the Robert G. White,
President Judge, laid the. Hons. C. S.
Jones and G. G. Colvin, Associate Judges of
the Courts of Oyer & Terininer and - General
JailDeliv.:n-, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Orphans' COuei. and Court of Commoh pleas
for the . County of Potter, havb issued their
precept, bearing date the twenty-81st day of
Sept., in the year of our Lord one-thou-
Sand eight hundred and sixty-three,and to me'
directed,for holding a Court of Oyer and Trm
iner and General Jail Delivery, Quarter Ses-
Sioll3 of the Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court
of COmmon Pleas, in the Boroughof Conders
port, on MONDAY, the 23rd day of Dec'r
next, and to continue one week :
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor
oners,•Justices of the Peace and Constables
within the county, that they be then and there
in their groper persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of
said day, with their"lrolls, records, inquisi
tions: examihatidni, alid other remembranCes,
to to', those things which to their offices ap
pertain to be done. And those who are bound
by their recognizfmces to prosecute against
the prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of
said county of Potter, are to be then and there
to prosecute against them as will be just.
Dated at 9OUDEREPORT, 'Sept. 11, 1863, and
the 84th year of the 'adept itdence of the United
States of America.
4.ableribo fer tb Zinnia
Price 3 cents
D. C. LAMI.BED, Sheriff.
' .gerThe _Fall Examinations of Teachers
will be held-by the County Superintendsnt at
the following times and places, -commencing
at I F'. IL - - : - , . --
' Lewisville, _ • ' - . 'iirov..lo •
Sunderlinville. ' " 11
flarrison . Turntake, l " " 12=
• Bingham Center, _ " 13
Genesee Forki, .- ' " 14
Andreas Settlement,. " 16
Oswego, - ' It 17
SlKtron Centre, . • - a 'lB
Couder4ort, " 20
Bird School House; " 21
Philander Bean's " - 23
Columbus Rees's, " 26
Stephen Horton's, , c 4 27
Maj J. M. Kilbourn's, f , 30
Germania, Dec. !1
Writing materials will be needed. Direc
tors and others and invited to attend.
r s E. Roberts will commence
a School in the Lecture Room of the
Methodist Clturch, on Monday, Nov. 16th, to
RATES OF TUITION : • •
Primary Class.'. $2,50
Common English Branches, 3,50
Higher . I, n 4,50
Coudersport,-Nov: 2, 1863. -
TAB subscriber is now ready to furnish all
kinds of Meat at the very lowest rates.
Those wanting winter meat, and intending
to buy it by the quarter, can be assured that
he will sell it at the same prices' as sold by
the Farmers. A Meat. Market is needed in
the place—let it be so patronized as to insure
its continuance. Lumbermen wanting large'
quantities of Beef can be accommodated at
very low rates. JOSEFH SHAFFER; _
Coudersport, Nov. 2, 1863.—autos,
Pill[LADEiLl'illA AND ERIE
This great line iraVeisesd - the k. orehern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the
city of Erie, on Lake Eric.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania
a/road Company,•and under their auspices
is being rapidly opened throughotit its entire
It is now in use for Passeng-r and Freight
- business from HARRISBURG to Emporium(Ship
pen), (195 miles) on the - Eastern Division,
and from Sheffield- to Erie, on the Western
Division. (78 miles):
TOM OF PASSENGER 'minis AT Estronictst.
Leave Eastward • I
Express train 3:60 P. M
Express train 12,40 •P. M.
COTS run through WITHOUT CHANGE butte
wars on these trains bOO% eea Philadelphia
.Ind Lock Haven and between Baltimore and
Blcgant Sleeping Cars on the Express Train
both ways between Williamsport, and Balti
more and Wilßattalion and PhilitlelpcHa.
For information respeeting Passenger busi
ness apply at the S. E. Cor. 11th and Market
And for Freight business of the Company's
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. lath and, Market
Sts. Philadelphia. . .
J. W. Reynoldj, Erie. . •
J. M. Drill; Agent N. C. R R. Baltimore.
H. H. Housrux, __..
Gen't Freight tigi. Phil' a.
LEwis L. Honer,
Gel.'l Ticket AO. Phira.
Jos. D. POrrs, . .
Gen't Manager, WiMame:part.
Corrected every Wednesday by 'P. A.-STEB
BINS iz CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries
opposite D. F. Glasstuire's Hotel,
Apple's, green, 70 bush., $374 to 75 -
do dried, 4 ' 1 00 2 00
IBeans. -it • • 1 50 2 00
Beeswax, 9 Ib:, • 25 30
Berries, dried, 'il quoit t 6 121
Buckwheat, 1: 1 bush., '6O 75
Buckwheat Flour, * 2.75 3 00
Butter, V. lb., • - 14
Cheese, " . 10 'l2
Cloverseed ' 7 00 7 50
Corn, rtil bush., 88 1 00
Corn Meal, per cwt., . - 2 00 2 25'
Eggs, '.'e doz , '• ' 12
Flour,•extrx ' . V bbl., 7 50 8 00
do superfin " - 6 50 7. 00
Flatus, "11 lb., 10 12
Hay, 'll ton, ' 6 00 7 00
Honey, per lb., 10 121
Lard, " . 10 12f
Maple Sugar, per lb:, 10 . 12
Oats, 11 bush., - 60 65
Onions, " .' - 75 1 00
Pork, 14 bbl., . 17 00 18 00
do 14 lb.. 9 10
do in whole hog, ' lb.) • 5 2
Potatoes, per bush., - 371 44
Peaches, dried, 111 lb., 25
Poultry. I:1 lb., 5 • 7
Rye, per bush., 88 1 001
Salt, 1,1 bbl., 3 25 '
do - 'll sack,• - - • .16
Timothy eed .. - 2
50 3 50
Trout, per k bbl., 4 50 5 OD
Wheat. "b 1 limb., 1 00 1 25
White Fish, V 1 bbl., . . 4 50 5 02
A 7 OTICE is hereby given that letters execu
£ tory on the last *ill and testament Of
AMBROA COREY, Inti 3 of Uly.sses township.
Potter county, dec'd. have this day been grant
ed to the undersigned by the Register of said
county. All persons indebted td said desce-,
dent *ill pleate make pa} ment and those hav
ing claims *it! pitsent them duty authentica
ted for settlement: SUSAN COREY,
Ulyises. Po.. Sept. 23, 1883
NEW JERSEY LANDS FOR SALE, Also,
Garden-or Fruit Farms,
Suitable lor Grapet, Peaches, Pears, Rasp
berries, Strawberries, Blackberries, currants,
kc., of I, 21, 5, 10, or acres eachy at the
fo.lo*ing prices for the present, viz : 20 acres
for $200,.10 acres for $llO, 5 acres- for Siity
Dollars. 21 acres for Forty Dollars. 1 acre for
Twenty Dollars. Payable by one dollar a
Also. grind Cranhertj• lands, and village lots
in CHET WOOD, 25 by 100 feet, at Ten Dollars
each. paytle by one dollar a week. The
above lan and tarms, are situated at Cbet
wood, Wazihingtbn Township, Burlington Co.,
New Jersey. For further information. apply
with a P. 0. Stamp, fora Circular, to
B. FRANKLIN CLARK,
No. 0 Cedar Street, New York, N. Y.
NEW tOODS at
Deprecia i thlg !
SERVES THEM RIGHT I I
TRRRit IS NO SCARCITr TO WARRANT,
AND NO LAW,TO COMPEL, THE PEOPLE
TO PAT THE RUINOUS PRICES NOW
ASKED FOR THEM DT THIS COUNTRY !
TO AVOID THIS EXTORTION. AND GIVE
THE PEOPLE' FAIR GOODS AT FAIR
P. A. STEBBINS & co.
HAVE IRATELY PItRCHAI , ED, IN NEW
YORK, FOR CASH , THE FINEST 'AND
BEST SELECTED STOCK OF GOODS EVER
BROUGHT INTO THE COUNTY, COITSIST-
ING OF EVERY KLND AND QUALITY
- DELAINS, REP GOODS,
tAWNS,. MUSLINS, AND PRINTS,
FINE tALIORAL SKIRTS,,!
& ALL KINDS OF FANCY GOODS,
SIiKETINGS, SEtIRTING§, j
'CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS,
LADIES'& GENTS' IiOOTS& 8130 ES
STETAINS & CO'S.
WOODEN AND wiLLow-WAitE,
QUEENS' AND ALL OTHER
KINDS OF WARE
STE'EI3iNS & CO'S.
- 0 TBA4I
COFFEES OF ALL BINDS,
FLOUR, porac, HAMS, SHOULD'.
ERS, FISH, AND SALT,
STEBBINS 69 CO'S:
.AND ALL KINDS OF MEDICINES
STEBBINS & I CO'B.
STEBBINS & CO'S
'STEBBINS & CO'S.
STEBBINS k CO'.
'4iiiiii'ii , DOWtil
..:4..::',.;.,:..L.: - , ::
PRICES R EDUtEba '_
am mow supplied with a FULL STOCK
GOODS at •
• y asiortAaeat is Good, • consiating l of my'
al variety of i . '
001' i tSi SHOES,
, &c.,,and remember that I am not to
D. 'E. OLMSTED,
June 1, 1863.
FOTRIJNE FOR. ALL!
EITHER MEN OR WOMEN I!
!NO HUMBUG, but an ENTIRELY nswihieg.
Only three maths in this country!.fro clap
trap orTration to gull the Toblio, '•bat a gen
uine thing! Rend the Circular of iristMetion
once onlly, and you vs',ill understand it per
fectly. I A Lady has just written to 'the that
she is making as high as TWENTY DOLLARS
some days! giving instructions in this art.
Thousttnds: of soldiers , are' making - money
rpidlyl at it. No person has to bo urged to
'plarronize it : It is a thing that takes better
than anything ever before offered.. You can
Wake inoney with it at home or abroad—on
I I •
stearaboats.or railroad cars, and in the cotm
ty or Fay. You will be pleaSed in pursuing
i ' a
o not ni s, r n b l Y u
t because asoi n
i , t wi l ;3-iel d
consequence handsomea or
ral admiration which it elicits. It is pretty
uch all profit. A mere trifle is necessary
tb stark with. ,
There is scarcely one person out of then
sandswho.ever pays any attention to adver
tisements of this kind, thinkn,g they are hum
-hugs. I Consequently those who, do send for
instructions - will have a broad field fqr mak
ing money. There is a class of per'sOns in
this world who think that.beectuie they have
Ileet, humbugged out -Of 'a dollar or, so, that
eiverything that is advertised is a humbug.
Consequently, they try no more. The person
who sqcceeds is the one who keeps on try
.l • ,
tog until he hits something that pays him.-
This'art cost me one thousand dollars, and
I expect to make money out of it—and all
hi purchase the art of me will do .the same
One Dollar sent to me will insure the prompt
return of a card of instructions in the art.
,he mo l eiey tall be returned to tho'se not satisfied.
Address ' WALTER, T. TINSLEY(
. 1 No. 1 Pttirk - Place, New York.
, - ,
I—, 1 'Executor's • Notice. : ! -
, IVOIIICE is hereby given that letter's execu-
All tory on the last will and testament of
MEN AI: . E, TUCKER, late Of Allegany T'p,
Potter county,dec'd. have this day been grant- -
'el to the undersigned . by tile, Register of said
county All persons indebted to said desce-
dent tvill please make payment and those hity
jug claims will preseht them duly authenti6a
ted for settlement. . .
A. F. RAYMOND, Execnt'r. -
Ulysses. Sept. 4, 1863
1 Dr. A. FR E NCH'S
gELEBRATED TONIC BITTERS
I RE becothing the most popular Medicine
. . hal circulation for the cure so'r .
~v 1.41.1 COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN-
DiCt _DEBILIT Y.O F THE NERVOUS •
SYSTEM,' and WEAKNESS, of 'the
' STOMACH and bIGESTIVE ORGANS.
It Is also gainlng a great reputation - in the
: . . CURE OF DIPTHERIA. 1.
Princifinl Office. Conaersport. Potter Co., Pa
lILYBSES A C A DE 31 Y, POTTER Co, PA
The Winter Term of this' Institution will corn-
Mence Dec.. 9; the Spring Term, -March 25.
This In!stitution is under the 'direct supervi
sion oflPruf. D. H. Pisnney, P. 13:. A. IS. The
dumber and grade of students who attend this
Academy. and the advantliges which it pre
sents, entitle it to a fir t rank among the Lit
erary Ihstitutions of the atintry StMlents
ca , n pestle either an English. a Scientifie r - or
glassicsl.Dourse in this lnstitition. pteal
fOr'Orliamentale, nnder the charge of
giss T. D. Piscasy, P. LI. Preceptress: Prof.
J.! S...M . sasa, Altisic Teacher. Prof. F.D.LEE'r. ,
issistant Teacher. For further particulars,
wirite is the Principal for a circular. '
0 R. BASSETT, Pres't
E. 13. Secretary.
HoW LOST! HOW RESTORED!
'Just published in a sealed en 4 7elope, price 6 cts
AlLectare on the Nature, Treatitient and Rad
feel cure of Sperinatorhcea or Seminal Weak
lie s. Shisal Debility, Nelrousness, and liivol
u tart' Emission , including Imptency. Con
an ptinn And Mental and PI ysical Debility,.
T e imp i t y rt ß an c ffi T ic j i 6v
tl u la t itre Wk awfu l li c . p on.s . equen
ce of Self-Abuse may be effectually 'rernoVed
wi hpni internal medicines : or the dangerous
ap lication of cansti.,s,instruipents,rnedicated
bo gies,and.otlier impiricill deviCes,• is here
cl arty demonstrated, and the entirely new
an higlily.iuccessful.treatment el:adopted by
th eelebirated author,fully explained.by means
of whicl♦ every otie is enabled to cure himself
perfectly. and at theleait - Possilble cost, there
by avgidingall theadvertised nostrums of the
day. ' This lectutir will prove 'a boon to thou
swims and thousands.
*Sent under seal, to any aadress, in
alain,- seared en4lope, nn the receipt of SIN
CO t., ' or two postage stamps, by addressing,
;1 . I
Dc. CHAS. J. KLINE,.
47; Nei/ York', Past Office Abs. 4586
ME, Lime., for sale at - •
GLASSMIRE & COLWELL'S
Questipa Settled I:. Inquire.in
Read ! .Read!
Our New Prices:,
in putt Alasti
WORTH TO SELECT FROM
GOOD I iIERT3INCS, COCIIECOS
PHILLIPS, A.LLENS, DUNN ELLS
and other Good Priiits from 12-i to 16
cts., fur the best:
GOOD SHEETING. 16 to 20 iortli 20
to 39 eta.
GOOD BLEACHED MUSLIN 123. ti
18 worth 18 to-30 cts. • ••
GOOD DENIMS for -20 vta. worth U
to 35 as'.
GOOD TWEEDS for -25 to 44.wortin
to 63 eta;
GOO . D.tAtSIMERES very loin
GOOD BLACK SILKS 75 to SIAS
worth Si 25 to $1 .75 :. .
GOOD COLORED SILKS for 500U:-
ALL WOOL DE LAINES for -35iitc
worth 50 cts.
GOOD 00.111310Z4 DE LAINESfoy
to 25 worth '.25 to 30 cis..
ALL WOOL 'MERINOS for jo JO4
vt., worth $1 to 81.25
moots & Shoeft
A LARGE ASSORTMENT,vnii if)*
Good Calf Boots for $2.50
Good Women's Shoes for 75 cents •
Good Gaiters. for 63 rents -' -
And all other kinds of fine shoos
.. i. ...
. 1 , .
ll.* this line of our trade we can safer you a.
large per cent
Good Son. 4 Black, Grey and albeit . : Cosi.
Vest, Pants.lf i at.l'ocket Ilandkerchief,Crant,
and Shirt for $lO to $l2 worth $2O. - f.
We can also sa you Grieeries 'at a eayingit
at least 25 to:50 per ct. 'good Tea of an es.:
tra quality for $1 worth $1:50.. Other good.
Teasfrom 501 to 75 cts
o chewifig Tobacco from 35 to 56 dile
Good Sugar for 12h cents
Odi'connection with some of the besiji:olif.r
bing houses in New York will always enable'
us to sell mans goods very much below this'
uthricet price.. .
Dry Goods froni4son H Bookover, Metsrs.
Clafflin, Mellon & Co., New York, also, Hail.
land. Lindsley . it . Co , two of the beat kOlVidi
in New Yoik.'
Clothing i.Onti Messrs. Haldwin, Stott!, k
Co., No. 12 'Courtland St.; also Messrs. Lokg
street,Brildfot.d & ,Co., 348 Broadwdy.--
Yankee Notions' from J. henry tint k
Pa}ne, 35 Coartland st.
Hardware from 31organ, Quackettbiiiih
Co., 20 Courtlaud A.
Crockery froin Mr. akar' Cbtestliaii;l46
Groceries ffOat Messrs. Ahrens ellablikeni
255 Washiotton stl'eet. _
Hat and caps from Miller & Norssj, 3911
Dry Goods from Wm. Gromnalt & Co.,
85 Frankliti streetll. Y., who ever hate good
bargains for sir that call 'upon them..
Fail not to, call upon us - .and examine one
Goods. Get' ourprices before. parchasint
Alt johbers i furnished the jraite Koji'
York wholesale ffiges, rind leti it tg frbiatieti:
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that has - a wholesale lieettse.
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