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THE, POTTER COUNTYJ9vprAii
condenioit, wedinsday Evening, in. 7, 1884.
Local and: General.
*.See Myr Adveitisetrepts
sea.,l7onnd-'Llin Monday, in the Methodist
elinrch; a GOLD PIN, *blab. the: owner can
have by eiliink at this opine. .
ler'Liet , of Letiel rema:in:ing in the 'Post-
Offlee atConderaport, Dec. 1, 1864:
Sally Alen., Maje M Baster, Estella Bishop,
Balling, Simeon Charles., Leonard Davis, R
Drake, Walter B EmMons 2, J Francher,Leroy
D. Goff, J W Harding, Polly Howland, Noble
Perry Howland, Elsie Jackson, Reuben Sohn:
ton, GI Lookout, David B Lowery, Amy Man
taiga; II , J Marcy, Stephen Staysa, Martin
Sweet, C. Wainwright, R Wood '
JOE N S MANN, P.,M.
To the Enrolled Militia of
NotiCe is hereby given; that the Board of
Examination as: iuthorized by See. 8, of a
supplement to an Act, 4, Providing for the
Organization, Discipline and Regulation of
-the Marla of the Commonwealth of Penn'syl
vania" ,pe.seid the 22d day of Aug. A. D. 1864.
will meet at the Court House in Coudersport,
oa TOESDLY the 27t.1x day of December, 1864,
where any person claiming Exemption unds l
said Act of Assembly , or its supplement can
attend for exao2ination.
E. 0. AUSTIN,
C. P. KILBOCIV, Comitissionera
R. L. NICHOLS,
There will bo nn adjourned meeting of
Eulalia" Lodge, No 342, on .St. John's Day,
Dec. 27, 1864, at 2 o'elock P. M., for the put,
rose of Installing officers and other business.
There will - also be a Supper at Glassmire's
Motel, v. 7 &clock M., and a Cotillon Party
In the evening. All - members of die Lodge
are invited to attend.
Ity order of Committee
snbseriber Iptving located in Lewis
ville is prepared to do all kinds of work
iu his line, on short notice and in the best.
Making ;Ind Itepaiiing
of all kinds. 1 ant enabled by the aid of ma
.chinery to do wink in the wagon-line better
and cheaper than any other y,t,thlishment in
the county. I ant also preptred to make
,COFFINS. , EDSON HYDE.
Ulysses, Penn'a, Pte. L 1146-1
TUE•CuNFES - AuNs AM) fKetitA.ii:.&CE,
05. AN INVALID.
Publish , ft for the benest and as a caution
to ,young men • and others who suffer from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay of illlan
hood, de., supplying at ,the same time the
means of self-cure. By one who has cured
himself after, undergoing considerable quack
ery. By enclosing a postpaid addressed en
yelope, single copies may be had of the author
NATHANIEI, MAYFAIR, Esq. :
Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y.
Editor of .74urnal :—With your permission
I wish to say to the yeaderilof your paper that
I will send, by return mail, to all who wish it
(free), a Recipe, with full directions for mak
tug and 'using a simple Veg Mable Balm, that
will effectually remove, in ten days, Pimples,
Blotches, Tau, Freckles, and nil impurities of
the Skin, leaving the same soft, clear, smooth
I will also mail free to those having Bald
Heads, or Bare Faces, simple directions and
information that will unable them to start a
full grovth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers, or a
.llonstitelle, in less than thirty days.
All applications answered by return mail
w thout ch:trge. Respectfully, sours,
THOS F GHANIAN, Chemist,
83d Broadway, New Pori;.
•Corrected every IVednestlay by P. A. STEB
BINS & CO., Retail peelers in Groceries
nn i Provisions,
opposite I). P. Glassmire'i Hotel,
do dried, _ "
Beeswax, 131 lb.,
Berries, dried, Tol quart
Buckwiteitt, 11l bush.,
Corn, -to bush.,
Corn Meal, per cwt..,
ggs, doz ,
do superfine ' 6
Hams, 1.1 lb.,
Honey, per lb.,
Lard, - , •
Maple Sugar,,per lb.,
Oats, "11 bush.,
do in whole hog,
Potatoes, per bush., ' •
Peaches, dried, V lb.,
Poultry. - V
Rye, per bush.,
Salt, "bl bbl.,
do 11 sack,
Timothy eel : -
Trout, per f bbl.,
Wheat. 11 bush.,
Estate of George Edo Dee d.
WHEREAS, letters of Administration on
the estate of George Bites, late aide
bron township, dec'd, have been granted to
the undersigned, notice is hereby giron to all
persons knowing themselves indebted,to said
estate to call and settle immediately end those
having claims to present them for 1 , 4i - tient
. • ' POLLY ESTES, Admipistratrix.
Hebron, N'oi.'22, :864 6t
VAsa PAID FOR EGGS,
by E. Q. Spencer.
111 'IINT'S BLOOD! OF ROSES,—for the L.
/1/4 dies,—Ett STEBBINS'
r THE TRIIWNE FOR 3.5054 i
, I"B . ,iSSP.tOTT,TS':: •- ' - .1
The Mtlitary.and Revol successes - of 1864,
with, the, auspicious result of our PreSidefitial
contest, hare, lifted a heavy weighefroin the
• breasts of i the.l. ! oyal)lillions_of our ciaimiry
men., It is now felt,eied by those who have
been distrustful..and faint-hearted; that the
_Unioa) is to, emerge triumphant from, the
deadly strife :whercinto..ehe was so wickedly
precipitated by her. assailants, and thiit:Sla,
very, her. relentless foe, is Lo encounter the
fate, of Rama n.... The perils , o f foreign infer- .
vention and of Western/Insurrection are safely
passed; AHRAFfA3I LIN6LNj no longer assail
able as the cholce_ of minority, hbldi 'the
helm of State for fourl e rtra longer; the Re
bellion, palpably, wen rtedhy its defeats and
losses during. the year, •noyt closing7-With, its
credit so rednced that. its pulse-bearer otTi.
chilly _declarss that its Treasury Notei can
only, le exchanged ,for. coin, at the rate of
twenty-five for one, while its bondi Command
but six cents on the dollar—but, awaits the'
blew which, shall•sman strike the.atiord: from
its parricidal hand and remit its master-spir
its to the justice, or it may, be to the clemen
cy, of a sorely wronged and justly incensed
but forbearing -and magnanimous People.
Such are the auspices which justify ,our faith
that the year sooh to open will see the Stars
and Stripes, float unchallenged from every
battlement in the, Republic, and the perfect
law ofliberty: for All immovably imbedded
in the Constitution of our Union.
Tan Nnw-Yonn Taistran, .founded in 1841,
will enter upon its twenty-fourth year with
quickened hopes apd enlarged means of use
fulness. Its prineples,need no re-statement :
its, aims are the `diffusion of, intellig,ence and
, the inculcatiOn of a spirit'of Preedom and
Sunianity. When this truth shall have been
generally recognized and established as the
basis of our institutions and polity, that in
justice to the poorest, the weakest, the most
despised, is a fearful mistake—that no com
munity or State Can afford to 'wrong even, it.
humblest member—then will our land, bask
once more in the calm sunshine of peace and
Tim Talon rt h as for the last year beeimmb
fished Without profit volts proprietors, solely
because of the depreciation, of our Currency
below the specie standard, compelli7g 'us to
buy paper and other materials at a cost con
siderably above the full
,amount received from
our subscribers. On 'our Weekly edit.on, the
net less has amounted to many thousands of
while our large receipts from Adver
tising have been wholly absorbed by the,ex..
traordinary expenses for Correspondence,
Telegraphing, Sze., devolved on us by the War,
As we do' not suppose our patrons de-ire
that we should . work for them at. our own
cost, and prefer not to_be patronized by any
who may desire it,. we have scmewhat ad
vaneed thy me ensuing year the price's of our
I Semi-Weekly and Weekly, as %ye liad already
done with those of our Daily editions. This
increase is purely nominal : there was never
before a time when the fa:raters °four country
could buy Tae Tatausx for so little of thel.,
own products or labor as they can by the
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gait subscrsbers,l copy,l year-104 nos. 4 00
do 2 copies do do 7 00
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,ceive one copy Daily, gratis.,
Drafts oh New-York payable to the order
of "Tile TRIBUNE," being safer, are ptiferable
ty any other mode of remittance. But where
drafts cannot •be conveniently procured,
united States, or Natiolial•Ba7nk bills are the
next best; and may be sent by mail; but iu
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sible unless furnished with a full description
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denomination and number, and the time and
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THE undersigned, Atiditor, appointed by
the Orphan's Court of Potter.ctunty to
distribute the funds in the hands of the Ad
ministrator, arising fronisale pf real estate of
B. T. iloxic, dec'd, among, the persons legally
entitled thereto, will meet the parties inter
ested, at his office in Coudersport, on Satur
day the 17th day of December next, at 10
o'clock. A.. 11., and perform the duties of bis
appointment. DAN BARER, Auditor.
Nor. 14, 1564 at
$_ 75 to 1 00
40 , GO
7 - 00 7 - 50
125 . 150
To 4 Credit ore, Le,gfoces, ard,otherpersons
NOTICE is hereby gicen that the following
named persotts did 'on the dates affixed
to their names, file the accounts of their ad
ministration to the estates of those persons
deceased, dm., whose nautes•are undermen
tioned, in the office of the Degister for the
probate 'of Wills and granting Letters of Ad
ministration in and for the county of Potter,
and that the same will be presented to Me
Orphan's'Coutt of said county for confirma
tion and 'Ailowance'on the .19th day of Deer
next at 10 o'clock, a. m , at the Court House
in said county :
12 00 15 00
10 00 12 00
20 00 25 00
35.00 40 00
15D -1 88
. 800 000
• Final account of:J.-W.-Bird, administrator
of the estate of Beni. T. lloxie,tite of SWeden
DAN 'BAKER, Register.
Nov. 23, 1864 to - • ---
French Burr Mill Stones,
Manufactory Liberty SI. near the Won Factory
. HARRISBURG, PA. -
"undersigned announees to the trade
that .he' continues .io manufacture and
import direct from the most celebrated, quar
ries in France, the. best qnalities of: , -
-- French Burr Mill Stones!, •
which he offers- it reasonable antes and guar
antee's satisfaction to the purchaser. Also,
every number in use, of the celebrated
OLD AUKER GRANO' BOLTING:CTOT,R,
Orders by mail :promptly attended to, and
goods forwarded by, railroad, canal, or express
if desired.. WH, A. RHPN.ER,
3m23. No. 10. West,State St: Harrisburg.
V, 11. -SPe,n . cees Ready May Store is
1 iii a . the. only strictly Cash Store in Cpuder
sport. If you wish to. buy Goods for. mg,
call at Spencer's
ENT'S BLOtili.OF ROSES,—for the Le
4ies,-4,44 • STEM'S'
TIDE TRIBUNE, New-York
Court - Proclamation. .
j~~HEP.EAS fire liciii.ltribert7G. White,
V V' 'Presideht ludge,JandAtlielions. C. S.
Zones and G G. Colvin, .Associate Tudges , of
the qemitts o,,Ofe'r",t Tertalnee and; 'General
Jail Delivery, Quarter SessiOni of the Peace,
Orphany f Court and Court : of Coiration Pleas
for the countfef P.Otier, have issued' their 1
precept, bearing date the twenty-fifth ,day
of Sept, in - the year of Our LA one thou
eight hundred-and sixty-four,, and to me
directed, for boldieg Court - of Oyer L- Vega
ger Itnd- General -Jail Delivery, Quarter Ses
sions Of the Peace; Orphan's court, and court
of Common Pleas in the Borough of Couders-
Port,' on' MONDAY; the 19th - day of:Deer,
next, and-to continue one week: .., :.•
• Notice is therefore hereby givenlo the Cor
oners, Justices of the ,Peace and Constables'
within the eciuntY, that they be then and there
in their proper personsoit 10 o'clock, 4.11. of
said day, WWI their 'rolls, records, ingaisi
Arms, examinations, and other remembrances,
ft,* those' things which' to their offices ap
pertain to be done. And those.wbo are bound
by their - recognizance's' to .prosecute - ageing!,
the prisoners that are or shall , be in the jail of.
said county or Potter, are to be then and there ,
to prosecute against them as, will be just.
• Dated at Coudersport, Nov. 4, 1864, and
the 86th year of the Independence of the United
States Of America". •
D. C. LA.RBABEE.
Trial I.lst, Dee. Term, 1564, •
1 Jones, use of Srnith vs Reynolds ,
2 Shafer vs May and Smith"
3 - DiClierin 'vs Abram and LeirisJOnei
4 Dickson vs Burleson
5 Wood vs W Chandler •
6 Colwell t.Lytnan vs C Chandler
'Price use of Bowman - • vs Ilutlnert
8 Burdic vs Fay, Bradley k Wright
9 Warth - vs Radde
10 . Eastwo . od vs Lytnan I
11. Reitz vs Daggett
12 Goodrich vs Monroe
'l3 Lee vs Kenyon
• ' IL J. CLIISTED, Protiff.
Proth'y's Office, Nov'r -14, '64
To Road Contractors.
ESPONSIBLE parties able and desirous
IA of undertaking the building of the en
tire or a part of a dug, road, (10 feet wide,)
of from 12 to 15 miles in the South-Eastern
part of Potter County, Penna., - pply for
partieulars,to CHAS. ItIEINE, Esq., burvej , or,
Germania, Potter Co,, Pa.
June 8, 1864.-tf. ,
The Rochester 'Straw-Ciitter.
jAhIISTED' & KELLY, Coudersport. bare
If thq eiclusive agency for this celebrated
machine, in this. county. •It is cocenient, du
rable, add CHEAP. Dec.l, 1860.712
State Medical Board.
Headquarters Pennsylvania Militia,
Harrisburg, Nov 'r 10, 1864.
I. NNE State Medical Board of Pennsylvania
is .now in session in, this 'city, and will
continue until further notice, to examine can
didates for the post of Medical Officeri in
The appointment of a number of Assistant
Surgeons wilt be required immediately to fill
vacancies now existing, as well as for others
Physicians of Pennsylvania, in good health,
furnishing' proper testimonials as to moral
character, &c.; will be admitted lathe exams.
By, order of the Governor : •
JOSEPH A. PHILLIPS, 1
Surgeon general of Pennsylvania
MINK 'AND GREENBACKS.
To Hunters and Trappers in Southern Al
legany and Nofthern Pennsylvania be it
known, that frorn'this till farther notice, the
subscribers will pay FIVE DOLLARS EACH
in greenbacks, for all healthy. living Mink,
delivered to them in Wellsville. These Mink
are now Worthle7:s for fur, and will remain
comparatively so for three or four months,
their skins not being prime till about the
middle of December. Whole litters of Mink
now prevail on the tributaries rof the Genesee
.and Allegany, and can be taken in box traps.
Persons catching them have only to keep
them confined in a box well ventilated and
kept in a cool place, with' a dish of good pure
Water at all times in the box,and half a dozen
if caught can be brought to market at once.
Mirk can be caught much more readily now
than when the season becomes advanced and
cold, and will bring just as good price by
selling to the subscribem Bring them along
then, singly or by the dozen, and the money
is ready, • WILLIAM W. COLE,
ASHER P. COLE.
Wellsville, July 19, 1864.-4 m. ,
Concerning the Special Inceme Tax upon, the In-
come of 1883: •
10/DIMSUANT to the provisions of the Joint
R., Resolution of Congress, approved July
4th, 1864, notice is hereby given that thelists
of assessment of the specialincome duty taken
by the Assi.stant •ASSCSSOLs of the 18th Col
lection District of Penn's, will remain
at their Offices respectively, for ten days after
the Publication of this notice, for the exami.
notion of all oersons interested.'
Any matters of error or inequality com
plained of will be heard and adjusted at the
st4eral county seats in the District, as foltows
Bellefonte, on Tuesday, November 29th,
Lock Haven, on FtidaY.,December 2nd;
Williamsport, on Saturday, December 3d,
Wellsboro; on •Monday, December sth, and
itt Goudersport, on Wednesday, December 7th.
Immediately thereafter .a complete list of
said tax vitt be placed in the bands of the
Collector, —GEORGE MAL, -
AssesSor, 18th District, Perin's.
Boalsbarg, Pa.; Nov 14, 1864 2t
On the Pours) .
100. Men and 50,Tifeetns'Wet n led.
T°.go onto alumber Job, two miles above
Benezette,Elk county, Penn's. Distance
from here. 58'n - tiles. - None but GOOD Chop
pers and Woodsrnen,good Tennis and Wagons,
are wanted. Ready . for men the first of Octo
ber; for teams, the 15th:`. Steady work until
Spring. Pay for men : from
. $3O io $lO per.
month end found. For good horse-team and
per : a4y and, found. For good ex
team r. 2 per day and round; 'Me best route
to the JO is down the First Fmk of the Sin
netnahoning creek and Up Bennett's 'Branch.
Enquire when there for my. Foreman, Michael
.Cousttiey. The . Job Is a good one to, work
teams on: Forty Dollars per ton wilt tie Paid
for ali BAY brought in. -Bring in a load . ' ,
;'.Coudersport. Penn'a ) Sept. 14, 1864-,
11) A. STEIII3INS & Co. are closing up an
I • . old Ledger. All persons indebted to
them will please call and settle, before the
accounts are left' with the proper officer for
Collection.—Nov 18,'63 •
SOAP Quesiou'f3ettled I Inquire et
- g :
' I wish all persons laving' open accounts
with me to call and settle immediately.
I Will sell •
Cheap for. Cash
All my stock of Merchandise •
Consisting of _ • .
_ - BOOTS, and
- TOOLS, .to.,
1 Good Horse and Harness. !!
1 Sleigh, 1 Ciater; _ . 1 Sulkey,
The privilege of a good fishery in contp
lilac working order.
ID Vents paidfor good ASHES.
_ LUCIEN MIRE , .
BrOokland, Pa., Sept., 1864.
To PROFESSORS Ow 4IISIC, AMATEURS, AND ERR
MUSICAL PUBLIC GENERALLY.
P. A. Wundemann,
Having on hand the largest stock of Foreign
Music in New York, which be 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 Evety Style at a
Reduction of twenty-five to fifty per cent, less
than anY other house in the United States.
Private Families can be supplied (post free)
by forwarding the cash to the above ad4ress.
Should the amount of cash forwarded exceed
the cost of the• Music, the balance will be
promptly returned in postage currency.
Dealers and Professors should not neglect
this opportunity ; they will be liberally dealt
N. B.—Any and every piece of Music(vocat
or instrumental) published in Europe or A
derica, will be supplied to order, if accom
panied by the cash.
Remember the Address,
P. A. WIJND.ERMANIT,
Foreign end American Music Ware-house,
824 Broadaray,ew York. 23°3
HOW LOST l HOW RESTORED!
Just published, a new edition of Dr.
Culverwellls Celebrated Essay
on the radical cure (without medicine) of
SPREMATOESHORA, or Seminal Weakness, In
voluntary Seminal losses, furoruser, Mental
ond Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar.
riage, etc.; also, CONSUMPTION, EPILEPSY, and
FITS, induced by self-indulgence or , sexual
ger Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cens.
The celebrated anther in this admirable
essay clearly demonStrates, from a thirty
years successful practice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cued without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife—
pointing out a molie of cure, at once simple,
certain and effecutal, by means of which ev
ery sufferer; no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
gerTkis Lecture should be in the bands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents, or
two post stamps. Address the publishers.
' CHAS. S. C. KLINE k. CO.,
'127 Bowry, Now York,P-ost office box 458 6
GERMANIA, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1863.
irk - TOTICE is hereby given chat Charles Ba-
L shor, now or late of this county, holding
the foiloWing described property, has not yet
paid any consideration whatever fcr the same,
and all persons are hereby warned not to pur
chase any of said property of the said Bashor
before the decision of the Court is given in
this case and C. Bushor has paid to me the
consideration money therefor.
The fallowing is the property
Ist. A certain tract of land near the Ger
mania Mill,/ in warrant 5015. Abbott township,
Potter county, Pa., containing 100 acres.—
Also 25 acres in warrant l so7B_ and adjoining
2nd. A. certrin tract of land, with Mill and
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Potter
county, Pa., contaiidrii about2o4 acres.
C. 13nshor holds also in trust warrant no.
2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa.-,
on the road leadingfromGerinania to Gaines,
containing )350 acres. •
• WU. RADDE.
• Estray. • -
( 1 AM to the.premisei of the substriber in
itJ Harrison township, Potter county, Pa.,
about the 30th .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 of according to law
ITarrison, Oct. 13. [3w
mtar A.- NUMBER of years-have elapsed since
the introduction of HOSTETTER'S .CELE
BRATED BITTERS to the public. The prej
udice existing in the -minds of- many persons
against what are denominated patentMedi
eines at first - grittily retarded its sale, but, as
its virtues and merits became known, this
barrier of prejudice was%l
erthrown, and the
demand iacreased so• rap dly that in a-few
years scarcely a village t•xisted in the United
States in which the ' afflicted had not experi
enceO Abe benefits arising ,frOm the, use of the
"Bitters," and nt the' present day there are to
be TOUnd in AL PARTS OF THE WORLD
vouchers for the great merits of the article.
No greater cure for Dyspepsia can be found.
See Advertisement • :
• For sale by Druggists AndileaJers generally
The Last Call.
NOTICE .is hereby given:that it, is_now
./.11• Four Years-since P.A. Stebbins and the
undersigned closed theii business, and es. a
part:of the debts due them which remain un
paid now belong to Me. i will attend at the
Store et'' C. .S."& E. A. Jones, in Coudersport,
for the next thirty days,to rag:ice the pay on
thetnY ie* indebted 'to :said concern,
after A will be in 'the hands of
an alit lection. A Word to the wise.
ie sufSi SAMS.
Con: tly 1; 1864.
60 PER CENT. -SAVED
Nos. I ik
WELLSVILLE, N. T.
FELLOW crrizrAcs, Friends and custom
ers: I return my thanks to you for the
liberal patronage bestowed upon me for the
past ten years, and my business having so
much increased, found it necessary to estab
lish ray headquarters on the railroad, have
selected Wellsvilje,and hereafter may be found
at the upper evict the village, where I shall
be pleased to see all my old customers and
as many new ones as maT feel disposed to
favor me with a call. We are now opening a
large stock of
&c., and shall ever try to give all customers
good bargains. To my friends and customers
at Whitesville, 1 sincerely return yon my
thanks for your liberal patronage there, and
should you visit rue at Wellsville, I shall try
to repay you for
Good Shirfings and Sheeting, for 30 to 150
cents, worth 50 to 75.
Best grades of Prints from 31 to 35 cents,
Good Deleins 25 to 37 'cents, worth 35 to 45.
Good Plaid Alpaccas 28 to 30 cents, worth
50 to 75.
Extra Plain Alpaccss 40 to 63 cents, worth
63 to 88.
Extra all-wool Delains 371 to 50 cents, worth
50 to 7 5.
Fine Mozambiques 22 to 25 cents, worth 38
Fine all•wool Merinos 69 to 80 cents, worth
$1 to $1,50.
A large stock of Cassimers, Et. Jeans, Sati
-netts, Broadcloths, and other goods equally
CL 0 THLIra--
This branch of our trade we call your atten
i on to in particular, as we can andvill save
you 25 to 50 per cent. Fine suits from $l2
to $l5, worth $2O to $25. Good black pants
for $3,75, worth $4,50. Extra Doeskin $4,50.
of the Best and Latest Fashions, very low.—
Fine Merinos, Tibet, Wool, Brochs. Stella,
and most other kinds.
Boots 4. Shoes.
.?.. large assortment very low.
Fine French Calf Ladies' Shoes for $1,25
Men's Fine Calf Boots $3,75 to $4,75, worth
$5 to SG.
Hat: and Caps for
Ladies and Ilents ) very low.
Crockery and Hardware,
at prices far beloar the present taarket . prices.
.M.eteis4 erne/ aantruileigget.
FlotLi Pork, Fish, Zang;
Tea, Sugar, Cofer,
Pepper, Spice, &e., •
la lOW 4.11 Can be 'bought in the .446.,
C. U. SEIDIONSt
Welbrqs,lg. Y., Octobls, 18
Fall and Winter
P. A. 'STEBBIN &
Ears just received from New Yaks • lute
stock of seasonable Goods whisk Roy will
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