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TILE POTTER. cpuigy JOURNAL
Local and Gen.eral.
mgt. See Xei. Ady' ertherigs
IIej..CASEI paid for Wood at this office.
vi` A Stage Line is now opened on the,
- road between Couderspart and Shippea. It
leaves Coudersport at : 7 a. m., meeting the
"trains on'the Philadelphia and Erie, and re
4nrning' about 7p. m. The managers of this
route are determined that pusesngers Shall be
carried through with comfort' and despatch ;
sae that all packages entrusted to their'care
shall.reach their destinationi safely.. D. F.
Glassmire, and Miles White, Froprietors.
serit was our fortune last week to attend
a mass meeting at °sway°, and still another
at Coudersport,, iu our neighboring County
orPotter. These meetings were well v artend- .
ad, the one at Cendersport being one of emi
nent success. At.both of these meetings ap
peared the Whitesville Brass Band, and well
did they play their part. This is a most ae
complished band of musicians, and are rap
idly growing in popular faviir. Their serv
ices will be much required during the cam
paign, and wherever they perform they can
not fail to be appreciated. We trust that in
the preparations being made,for a great mass
meeting in Welletille, the committee of :tr•
rstagements will not fail to secure the services
of the Whitesville Band.-- Trellsville The Press
serßy reqnest we repulish the official vote
for Congress, in this county :
Wilson : U. Wright, Cop
Co udsrsport 47 22
Eulttlia 29 3'o
Genesee 32 32
Ilebroo 73 II
Hector 35 j 19
Homer 21 4
Jackson 4 • 9
Keating 40 2
(Mvayo 49 22
Pike I 8 13
Pleasant Valley 40 15
Roulet •' 17 • 68
Sharon 65 26
Sweden 22 41
• Ste wartson
The following persons are reported as itaT
..ing been elected to Congress :
,PENNSYL VA MA
1. Samuel J. Randall, Democrat.
2. Charles O'Neill, Union. ,_
3. Leonard Myers, Union
4.. William D. Kelley, Union
5. N Russell Thayer, Upion
6. B. M. Boyer, Democnit. i
7. John M Broomall, Union
8. Sydenham E. Ancona, i3emocrat,
9. Thaddeus Stevens, U,niOn.
10. Myer Strouse, Dem.;
11. Phillip Johnion,'Dern.
12. Winthrop W. Ketchum, Union
13, . Ulysses Mercur,
14. George F Miller, Upion.
15. Adam J. Glossbreneer, Democrat.
16. William IL Koonts t ; Union.
17. Abrairam A. Barkei. Union
18. Stephen F. Wilson, , Union
19. Glenni W. Scofield, Union.
20. Charles V. Culver. Union
21. Smith Fuller, Union.
'22. JAMP9 K. Etoorhead. Union.
23 Thomas Williams, Union.
.24. George V. Lawrence, Union
1. Benj. Enrieston, Union
2. R. B. Bays, Union
3• Robert C. Schenck, Union
4. Wm. Lan - reace, Union
5. F. U. Le'Blond ; Democrat
6. R. W. Clark. Union
7. Sam! Streilaberger,_rnion
It: James R Hubbell, Union
9. Ralph P. Rockland Union
10. James M. Ashley, Union
11. Henry S. Bunday, Union
12. Wm. B. Pluck, Democrat
13. Columbus Delano, Union
14. Martin Welker, Union
15; T. A Plants, Union
16. John A. Bingham, Enicin
17 E. R. Eckley, Union
18. R. P. Spaulding, Union
19. Jas. A. Garfield, Union
1 Wm. E. Niblack. Dem
2 Michael U. Kerr, Dem '
3 Ralph Hill, Union
4 John H. Farquhar, Union
5 George W. Julian, Union
7 if. D. Washburne, Dam
8 Godloce S. Will, 'Union
9 Schuyler Union
10 JoseTh H. lkfrees, Union
11 Thomas N. Stilwell, Union
se`-The- following are official Union is
jorities in Pennsylvania:
• Slat; ngton i sl7.
1 14183 in I.
luiquebanns 804. • ' •
I:Won 460: •
Henry, Trit" B' Carpenter, Willard 4. Bacon.
Mattel H. 13riggi Benjamin R. Groi,er, Mar
shal N-. Babcock,-John Coniston, H: S, Howe,
Sylvanas Robbins, Charles A. Gravel., Cleve
land 'Ord CheSnutta Danik Hann;
m. Sp en cer„ O. Bacon,' Alonzo - Pi - Kibbe,
Jthries Catlin, Win. Hart; Addisbn N.' l 4.twater,
Oliver P.' Campbell,' TbomaSk'TraCey, Mar
cus H. Grover. • - II 'j
• Bulalia . .Tbranihijelittesell MorriS
Lent, Perry Hoivland, Nathan lWoodcock, Wm.
Snyder, Joseph Lett; EdwardFerriale,,Alme
ron Nelson, Thomas Glover ' IPred. Ehauten •
berger, John Taggart, D. D.l Gleasiin, David
D. COlcord: f•
Roulet .7cctiship—Serertilnii Coon, James
Sullivan; Jacob -Reed", Jess& - Brine,' Williath
Brine, Oscar Carsitw; Henry - Kithatn, John
Yentzer, Isaac Sears, JWilliant 'Weimer; Riley
; eel Card, Nelson Lesson, George Arnold; Levi
Cornell ; S.- H. Babcock,- Edwin Griines, Ole
' Hanson ' Daniell D. Gleasoni...kintercin N. Ly
man (who 'was diritfted last yaer and died in
the service'.) " ' - • - 1
AiteirungCalvin - Rodgersi Semi Atkinson,
Win H. Turner', Theron S. Benton, O.E. Cole,
Asa Haskell, Eli Nelson. Philander Stephens,
Calvin Ford, Henry 14, Yohniton..'
Gene3see--Latayette F. Rice, Miles 11. Cole, -
Bruce J. Robbins, Josiah Webster, N. Black
man,. George A j
Lewis, Charles Leech, James McGinnis, Pat.
Rorke, Chester Whittaker, John Grimes, Levi
Ruch, Thomas Morehan, Joseph
Darius S. Moon, Isaac Bytur, jr., Chas.Dolan,
illard Hickock, - Richard Ellis, Anthony Cor
Hector—Charles H. Kilbourne. Horace Di
mon, Jacob Fraser, John SUnderlih.J.R.Baird,
W. Joseph, Jr., Luke Scott, Alien. King, Mel
vin Martin,•Calvin Brooks, Oris RednO, Hez
, ekiah.Tced,Derius W. Bedneri.Geo. I. Perry,
John Haromcin, Erastus'Giirnsely, David We r-
ren, Miron W. Bailey, Mathew IE. Drake, Eli
jah Burdick., Porter Britton, Robert 'Moreton,
‘VIZI. Bailey, Charles Aivord, Joreph Britton,
Earlow Britton, Abram Crouch, J. P.Prooks,
Miles Watrous; Stutely 11. Care, D. W.Havens,
D. Oscar Kilbourne, Wm. Rohipicts, Ji Black- I
man. ' . •
Harrisan—Oscar Ervay. Charles E. hunter, I
Nathan Williams, Ira Brown, John Witherel,l
John Allen,: Riley Day, Warren,Wm.
White, John Vansickes, Sanibel B. Goodell, I
Rowland B„Tooker, H.' Avervi Henry
Hinkley, Samuel Metcalf, Vincent Dodge, Ed. j
Doud, Francis Stedman, Joel White. John
P. Brooks. Elisha Phelps, Chas Elodgei, Silas
E. Call, lA:a ... Smith, Erastus Phillips' Daniel'
Hunter, Hiram -Beriberi, ..lra- Baxter,- Orsen
Dennis, Allen Grover, Jona, Reason, Charles
Burdick, Henry Dolaby. Samuel Cummings - ,
IR. V Haynes, Wm. H. Beriberi, S. -Hurlburt, j
'James S. Hay.nes, G. K. Ervay, Jo& I-t 4 Austin,
Rochester Taggart, Lewis Whit,e,. Hiram Mc-!
Cutcheon, Myron S. Stene,Sßobtrtila i rris.l.D.,
Harris, Westley Ludington, Si Ludington.
Sylvania-- - -John BroWlee, Cbeiter 13iirleson.
The following lately enlisted tram this town-' ;
ship: Beomett Van Rater, George Clinton, Jo.
Tattle, Jacobß. Van 'Neter, Almon Scovel
Sharon-,-Joseph 'Jones, John Frestoh,"Elliot
Ward, E. Whitaker, J. S. \'earscl.W. Cdlwell.
Thos. B. 312.x.0n, J. S. Halbert; Al Re& - I. Allen
G. Torrey, Judson Scribner, Geo. Fluidic, Jas
Goble, Oscar -Wells,"Charlesi Barnes; Myron
Swartout Mut-, Sutherland; Allen Kilines,
George Bailey, Orlandn Wellsi GeorgolSigner,
Daniel Dodge. Nelson Eastriy.Wilson Mosher,
William Hitchcock; Charles 'Pyler, Daniel Mc-
Gregor. John McGreggor,:' Henry Stirq, Ezra
Peet, jathes Dearing. Loren W. rwri gT , Geo.
Sloat.iThoMas Murphy. Samuel Dryar4, Har
vey [Talbert. Chauncey Gilbert. John Rocka
fellow. Loren P Perry, Nathan Herring, Mar
tin Fisher. Charles Sutherland', Benj Piessure.
Osteopo—Wilsondlyntt, Thos. Salt hi Frank
Smith, Alaban Butterfield, John Shattuck,
Chester shattock, John Az Nelsen, Noah Crit
leaden, Pat Rooney, George Bradley,' Erestus
' •Benj. R. Goff, Chester Rouse.lfarlow
Bodge, Deiryrnple, Lorenzo Snow.
Richard Press, Vincent Martin, Chas. E. Tur
ner, Isaac Pierce. William D. Oles, J. -iToran,
Jona Olds, Jr., Willis Nichols, lielary Horton,
Rodman Fuller, William Murphy Henry Mo
sher, Jacob Lockwood, Chas Head.-
Clara—Jaine Tyler, Henry; Greeni Isaac
Dickinson, Luther Church. Pbter Bateman,
Ezra Chandler, Osborn Bra dle. ,Wa rreri Parks
Pleasant Vaticv.—Benj. Jii. McDowell,Simeon
Beckwith, Hiram Harder, Gaorige W. Nichols,
Milton Clark, John Roberts, Nelson P. Fluent,
Hebron—Henry La initerton4 John iLewis,
Martin Ingraliam:Edwin Bislibp, Jarzies An
drews, Ripley McKeon, Ovid Harris. Wln• 11.
Slocum. Beery Sherwood, Trtiman tabor], L.
Hall, John Irish, _Michael Miller, Cansider
Stearns Edwin Harris, David Madison,George
Crouch, R, Green, Ataasa M. Sweet, -HI Lord,
George Hollenbecc, Isaac A. Brock, Nathan
Hollenheek, Willard Chandler, , Rodney Camp-.
bell, Chauncey Byam, JarnesiTracty„tenrz. ,
36 1 29
—We have mislaid the list;oof •one two
townships—about-one half thcfse men are at
present in the service: • - i •
has ifbroken grit in a new place" and prorni--
ses better bargains than erer and
hat his promises are not idle ;yords. He does
not intend doling his "Regulator" at Os;,ayo
Natnes or Drqilted
Men in Potter. Maj.Kilbonrive,Dep:AlS`rslial,
bas kindly 'furnished us, the: Plciuing
lists, , . '• 1 . _
Give him a call at hi 3
WELLS LE lEGULATOE.
Hurrah•Nr Big,Bargilins 1•
•• • -.•
Freeman Rally !
HON. ISAAC BENSON will address
Meetings as follows :
--- • HOUTON'S SCHOOL HOUSE,
in Wharton, Thursday Evening, Oct. 20
AT RTES' SCHOOL HOUSE,
Friday Evening, October 21st.
-AT AYRES' HILL SCHOOL HOUSE,
Saturday Evening, Oct. 22.
'MESSRS. BENSON and OLMSTED
willadtirers Meetings, as follows
AT RAYMOND'S CORNERS,
Monday Evening; October 24th, 1864.
UNITED STATES SCHOOL HOUSE,
in Bingham, Tuesday Evening, Oct- 25,
NORTH FORK SCHOOL HOUSE,
in Harrison, Wednesday evening, Oct. 28
HARRISON VALLEY SCHOOL HOUSE,
Thursday evening, Oct. 27.
SUNDEELINVILLE SCHOOL HOUSE,
Friday evening, October 28.
SCHOOL ROUSE near month of West Be'h,
Saturday evening, Oct. 20.
JOHN S. MANN, ESC., will address
meetings as follows
At SCHOOL Honsz near motatb of the
Honeyoye, Friday eveuing, October 28.
Saturday evening, Oct. 29
Correeied every Wednesday by P. A. STEB
BINS 6: CO., Retail Dealers in Groceries
l and Provisions,
opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel, •
, . Jeoudersport, Pa...
j Apples, creen; T V bush., 50 to 7 5
I do dried, " • 200 250
Beans, it '3 00' 3 50
i Be.eswax,ll lb., 40 60
( - Beef, 10 12
IBerries, dried, V quart 10. - 13
Buckwheat, bush., ET 100
I Buckwheat Flour, - 300 375
Butter, V lb., 25 23
Cheese; 20 25
Cloverseed . •7 00 50
Corn, V bush., 1 50 2bo
Corn Meal, per cwt., 450 475
Eggs, V do:._,
Flour, extra, is bbl.,
-do superfine "
Hay, V ton,
Honey, per lb.,
Maple Sugar, per lb.,
Oats, V bush.,
• do in Whole hog, V lb.,
!Potatoes, per bush.,
IPeathes, dried, V lb.,
I Poultry. TO lb.,
IRye, per bueZa.,
!Salt; •• - ti bbl.,
do 70 sae-lc,
Trout, per bbl.,
Wheat, V bush.,
White Fish, V
C 01.3DEASP OR ACADEMY.
I I J. W. ALVEN, Principal,
Late of the Wellsboro Academy, assisted
by competent Teachers.
The Fall Term eornmetess September sth,
aud continues Eleven Weets.
Tuition, to be paid at the middle 'of the
terni, $3 to $B. No scholar admitted for less,
than half a term.
A Teachers' 'Class will be instructed free of
By order of the Trustees
D. F. GLASSMIRE,
' R. A. STEBBINS,
Coudersport, Aug. 8, 1864
SPIUNG MILLS ACADEMY.
SPRING MILLS, ALLEGANY CO:, N. Y,
ELIAS HORTON', Ja., Principal
Slrs. ADA WALNER HORTON, Preceptress
' NELLIE WALTER, Assistant
Miss A. A. TEAM:, Teacher of 3lusic
.:The Fail . Term commences September 7.
T,he Winter Term commences December 14.
The Spring Term commences March 22.
Tuition from Four to Eight Dollars.
Board $2.00 to $2.50 per week. •
—The Principal having recently graduated at
one of the first, Commercial Colleges is the
State, is thoroughly prepared to teach Single I
and Double Entry Book-Keeping, Banking„!
Commercial Laiv, dm., in as good a manner I
as it is tlught 4.n any of the first Colleges in
Furnished towns for self-boarding at low
For further information address Theyrihel
pai or the undersigned,
COI t 3, 1
President 'Board of Trustees
VETHEREAS Letters of Administration to
V the estate of JAMES COTTON, late of
Harrison township, Potter county, deed, have
been grahted to the subscriber, all persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
against the same t iil presett them, duly au
thenticated, for settlement to
LEROY D. GOFF, Adm'r. ,
Coudersport, July 20, 1864.
On the Course Again.
100 Men and 50 Teams Wanied.
T ° onto a Lumber Job, two miles above
Bnezette, Elk county, Penn'a. Distance
from here. 58 miles. None but GOOD Chop
pert and t oodsmen,good Teams and Wagons,
are wanted. Ready'for men the first of Octo
ber • ' for teams, the 15th. Steady work until tiprang. Pay for men : from $3O to $4O per,
na'bnth and found. For good horse-team and
man, $3 per day and found. For good-ox
team . 82 per day and found. The best route
to the Job is down the First Fork of the Sin
nemaboning creek and .up Bennett's Branch.
Enquire when there for my Foreman, Michael
Courtney. The Job is a good one to work
teams on. Forty DoEarB per ton will be paid
for all HAY brought in. Bring:in a load
Coudersport. Penn'a, Sept. 14, 1864;
lEK. Spencer's Ready-Pay Store is
• the only strictly Cash Store in Conder
sport. If you wish to buy Goods for cent,
call at Spencer's •
CASH PAID FOR EGGS,
by E. K. Spencec.
tz, :e.• u 2
:...• M :4
. 4 f: rZ Li rn
64 . 2
I wish all persons haiing open• accounts
with me to call and settle immediately.
I will sell
Cheap for Cash
All my stock of Merchandise
TOOLS, B:e., Sze.,
3 Good Horses and Harness.
1 Sleigh, 1 Cutler, - 1 Sullcey,
The privilege of a good fishery in com
plete working order. •
18 Cents, paid for gbod ASUEs.
Brookland, Pa., Sept., 1664.
To PaorEisorts or Music, AstATEVE3, AND TEE
MUSICAL Puntac GENERALLY.
P. A. Wundennami,
E° & Bligrieqp Yule, 31101lioysz,.
524 BroAdvray. •
ihaving on hand the largest stock of Foreign
I in New York, which he imports from
Europe expressly to meet the taste, and re
quirements of the American lovers of Music,
respectfully calls attention to the fact, that he
is now supplying Music of Every Style at a
Reduction of twenty-fife to fifty per cent, less
than any other house in the United States.
Private Families can be supplied . (post free) ,1
by forwarding the cash to the above address.;
Should the amount of cash forwarded exceed
the cost of the Music, the balance! will be
promptly returned in postage.curreney.
Dealers and Professors should not neglect
this opportunity; they will be liberally dealt
N. B.—Any and every piece of Ilusjc(vocr.l
or instrumental) published in Eur Ope or A
merica, will be supplied to order, ifj accom
panied by the' cash.
Remember the Address,
P. A. WIINDER3fANig,
Foreign end American Music Warelbonse,
824 Broadway, , New York. 23°3
12 00 15 CO
10 00 12 00
15 00 IC 00
15 - 20
20 . 25
HOW LOST ! HOW RESTORED
Just published, a nev; edition of Dr.
Culverrrell's Celebrated Essay
on the radical cute (r. -- ithout inetli6ine) of
Srunm/ronanc,EA, or Seminal Wealcriecs, In
voluntary'Seniinal losses, IMPOTENCII Mental
and Physical Incanatit:y, Impediments to Mar.
riage, etc. ; also, (30NSUMPTION, fi.PlLFesy, and!
FITS, inducedi by self-indulgence or sexual
in n sealed euelope, only 6 eens.
1 100 125
35 00 40 00
. 20 25
. . . .
The celebrated author in this admirable
I essay clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years successful practice, that tlif v , alarming
consequences of self-Muse may bb radically
cued without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application cf the knife—
pointing out a moue of cure, at once simple,
certain and efecutal, by means of which ev
ery sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately,
i and radically. .
1 ,I•This . Lectlare should be in the . bands
'of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in Ii plain envelope, to any,
address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents, or I
0 . wo post 'stamps. Address the publishers.
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowry, Now York,Post office box 4536
800 ' 9OO
GEnstAnlA,Totier Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1863.
XTOTICIL is hereby given that Charles Bu
-1 I.rl shor, now or date of this county, holding
• the following, described property, has not yet
paid any consideration whatever fct the same,
and all persons are hereby warned not to pur
' chase any of said property of the said Bushor
before the decision of the Court is given in
this case and C. Bushor has paid to' sae the
consideration money therefor.
The following is the property.:
Ist. A certain tract of land near the Ger- I
mania Mill, in warrant 5075. Abbott township.
Potter county, Pa., containing 1.00 acres.—
Also 25 acres in warrant
. 5078 and adjoining
2nd: A certrin tract of 'arid, with Mill and
improvements thereon, 'near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Potter
County, Pa., containing about 204 acres. •
C. Bushor,holds also in trust warrant no.
2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa.,
on the road leading from Germaitia to Gaines,
containing 850 acres
CAME to the premises of the substriber in
'Harrison township, Potter county, Pa.,
about the fifth of October, a two year old
heifer, with a brown and brockled face. The
owner wilt come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take her away, or she will be
disposed cf according to law
narrison, Oct. 13. raw
Statement of Accounts of Pike School
Districts, June Ist, 1864:
Due from delinquent Treas
urer's and Collector. $llO9
On unseated taxes 401 00
'pr. to outstanding orders
Balance of assets over liabilities $376 00
We certify the foregoi^g to' be a correct
statement of the accounts of Pike School Dis
trict at the date abore written.
\VM. ANSLEY, President,
S. H. MARTIN, Treasurer.
3f. YOUNGS, Secretary.
IkTOTICE is hereby given that it, is now
111 Pour Years since P.A. Stebbins'and the
undersigned closed their business, and as a
part of the debts due them which remain un
paid now belong to me. I will attend at the
Store of C. S. & E. A. Jones, in Coudersport,
forthe next thirty days to receive the pay on
them from , those indebted to said concern,.
after which they will be ?eft in the hands of
an officer for , collection. A. word to the wise
is sufficient. C. S. JONES,
x.'U NT '9 BLOOM OF ROSES,—for the La. dies at STEBBINS'
BOOTS, and '
50 PER CENT, SAVE O.! -!
Nos. 1 &
WELLSVILLE, Nsi Y.
FELLOW CITIgEI:S, Friends and Ctistorn
ers : I return my thanks to you for the
pationage bestowed — upon me for the
past teu years, and my business having so
:,much increased, found it necessary to 'estab
i,lish my headquarters on the railroad; have
('selected Wellsville,and hereafter may be found
I, , at the •
Empire. • S t ore
,!at the upper end of the village, where I shall
be pleased to see all my old eustomera and
as messy new ones as may feel disposed to
lfavor me with a call. WQ are nosv opening a
-large stock of
j. ILL aDY - MADE CLGTHING,•
YANKEE NOTION S 1
&0., and shall ever try to give all cnstbmers
good bargains. To my friends and customers
at Whitesville, I sincerely return yon my
thanks for your liberal patronage thero, and
I l should you visit me at Sireilsville, I shall try
to repay you for it.
Good Shirtings and Shootings for 30'to 50
cents, worth 50 to 75.
Best grades of Prints from 31 to 35 cents
Good Delains 25 to 37 cents, xrorth 35 to 45.
Good Plaid Alpriccas 28 to 30 cants, Scorch
50 to 75.
Extra Plain Alpaccas 40 to 63 cent; worth
63 to 63.
Extra all-wool Delains 37i- to-50 cents, , i'orth
50 to 75.
'Fine Slocambiques 22 to 25 cents, - worth 38
to 45. , ,
(Fine all-wool Merinos . 69 to 80 cents, worth
I $l - to $1,50. '
vi large stock of Cassimers, Kt. Jeans;'Sati
netts, Broadcloths, and other goods equall7
f as low.
CL 0 Ti
This branch of our trade we Call your atter.
i on to in particular, as we can and from
Yon 25 to 50 per cent. — Fine suits froth $l2
to $l5, worth $2O to $25. Good blgckpants
for $3;75, worth $4,50. Extra Daesk.in $4,50.
of the Best and-Latest Fashions, very low.—
;Fine Merinos, Thibet, Wool, - Brochs. Stella,
land most other kirtds.
Boots 4' Shoes.
A. large assortment very tow.
Fine French Calf Lathes' Shoes for $1,25
Men's Fine Calf Boots $3,75 to $4,75, worth
1 $5 to $6.
Hats and Cape for
Ladies and Gents, n erilote:
Crockery and Hardware.
ganirt *KM, $41:,,
at ptqces far below the present market prices
aliodett . ect and .03.4.0tie;51:9n.
Pour, fork, Ptah, ';
Pepper, Spice, &c.,
as low as can be bonght in the Statkt.
• C. H. SCHNIONB s ,
Wellsville, N. Y., October, 1864
Fall 'and Winter
Nave just received from New York. nistgllr
stock of seasonable Goods which they will
sell as low as any house in the County ; cot!,
S A WZ~
rtifl Mock of MEIeS
BOOTS & NM
HATS 4. GAPS,
oiyorcz STOCE •OP
f iea from 'a ets.4 S per petuui
L STEBBINS & Co
k all :varieties 'di I
13LA c SILL%
ALWAYS VIV 11,Ak'tp.
Corner Main aM &coal Straight
ept. 21, 18)