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P CITTER COUNTY JOURNAL
Couderspor, WedneadayEyening. Mar. 22,1865
ler One l of Garibaldi's generals has been
arrested inlNew Haven for keeping a barber
shop'open on Sunday,
and was discharged
because he did not talk .
I nedy, tries as a hotel burner, is
.d at Fort Lafayette. The result,
is not published, but it is wader
s been convict:Ed.
of the tria
.stood he h,
Rheims a will has been ,set aside
tude"—a cause known to the COde
The ingratitude • was of a 'very
meter, fir-consisted in mur
in Cincinn ,
cipals of the•intermediate schools
ati reekre $1;600:a year ; two lady
ve 61,000 each; three s7op each,
•en $6OO each
'deserters froth a New York regi,,
have gone over to the enemy, and!
sent back through our lines aSI
efugees,': were shot, by sentence
martial, near;Petersbitrg, on the
of a - court
enrollment bill, as pssed by Con
tained a prOvisiou forbidding
meat of officers in, the regular
it in cases where companies are
minimum strength. This leaves.
cies to .be filed from the meritoyi
f the volunteer army at the close
I, when the regular organizations
•titted in their maximum number.
up to their
of the war
will be rect.
ti. Blasdell, of Ore new State of Ne
s a different %ley.- of some things
entertained by the Legislature,—
'wo of theirhips on the same d 4.
1 ult.—ono .mitking am member
. z. edito rs, by ordaining that. $90,-L
first moneys received into the .
', of otherwiselspecially apprOpri
uh t l be set aside to create a —:-..itate
Fund,' and "an . act to prohibit .
pt of certain kvarrantsj' • In con 4.
rthe Governor's veto, the LegislaL
w n upon h i tu.l ,
from that c
000 of th
-o•-••=0•-.I.-.6-- • t
11 eAO.II C 01: fief' says: "The
Bag by th
•the fact e
officers in Charleston are head
in busiuess. The colored mete are .
the support of the United .titittes
dozen and the score °Companies
in single dais, ana a fell regl
;s out in a week. The men, as soon
ore placed ikt charge of capable
whom they are drilled end disci
the field., The notion that some
ertam that colored men do not
:able soldiers...in the field is an erro-
The thing has been te:ited. and
tablished that the negro will fight.
c grain crops the ensuing suinMer
ught to be verb• abundant,
n be placed on the ordinary it di
'he snow has heer.i on the ground
all winter. 'cnveriu , l and protect
do from the iae atrd severe. Cold
and rams have also been quite
'est summer's harvest should be
udani one, furnishing us a surplus
equal. to tiny we have had fur a
past. When this harvest wmes to
shall have a niudi larger' southern
to us than at any time for the. last
ing the g
Record.. fftur Dends.--The attention of por
gies holdi ig, unre , •orded Deeds is directed to
the pr:ovisOns of the A4of 4seembly, 'which
requires qtat— i
"AU deeds and conveyances for real 'estate
in this U mmonwealth, shall .he recoreec4 in
'the office four Recording Deeds in the Conoy
J w h ere th lands lie, within six mol,th; after tlie
' ex.ecutioa of such deedsand conveynace and
every such deed and conveyance not recorded
as aforestaid. - ,hall be. sdjudged FILALTDU
LENT - AND VOID against any subsequent
:.purchase for a valuable •consideration, un
less \otel deeds be recorded before the re
cordin-2;^,. f the deed or conveyance tinder
which en di subsequent purchaseer or mort
gage shal l ) claim.
121S.Pirk •Goodwin,' at .a meeting Itelq in
New Yorf recently, said r , , :
rEttrope says we are too slow. I . remcm- .1
her that the great Wellington took , six Years!
to odrilve k'apo!eon out of Spain, a country as!
great as liirginia,, and then he retired because!
of reverses elsewhere. , Four nations took i
two yearS to occupy the !Crimea, .a• country Its!
large as New Jersey. England took eighteen!
months 6 suppress the S'epoy rebellion, about
as great an undertakingjas to put down a re-I
hellion among the negrd i eS of a South Caro-,I
line conty. : France bas in more than n year]
succeedelin getting only about one hundred'
and eigh y miles into Mexico, where she holds!!
a very) nsecure position. We think tbatl!
England had better look, at home before crit-ii
icising the moVements of armies."
$ iser Diriug last week this region expert
•enced one of the greatest floods that has visl
ited it in. he life-time ofour oldest citizens--:
perhaps we have never before had one that,
did as much damage. The snow, which aYes'l
tilmOst three feet deep, 7 rapidly disappearedi
Monday, Tuesday aufj Wednesday with rain'
and 'a warm south wind; and on Wednesdays
evening the streams had swollen greatly and I
the side;hills •and mountains presented the I
appearance of an aline:it unbroken sheet of
• water. On Thursday it rained during the}
day and as night approached it poured down,
for the 'space of five o six hours, when it
began tolsnow and oil to morning of Friday
there wa four inches of: snow on the ground; •I i i
most of Vehich disappea,red during that day. i I
One of the bridges oreethe Allegany river at i I
this plade was taken away, the bridge at the. I wish all
Tanner. and most of the township bridges. as' with metO c;1
far as w • have heard,on all the streams. Logs!, I will sell I
and timber have pretty generally gone off to; ' 1.1 et
' look a arket for themselves, and some of! . I , i Yi
Dar till ens will be heavy losers thereby. 7—! All my; stink'
The WA er was higher in the streets of onr,l - i •
village! han.it was in the flood Of '6l, and Consising o
there b ing, no ice in the stream, many elite' dLo'I,E[INY
logs an much of the timber has been scat-'s. . i
tered o -er the meadows and up the small
bayous here it can be found but too late to,' : 1 ,
benefit he owners this year and also•gencr-11 - i
ally alt ruled with- so much cost as to be ii!l cßoc ;
doubtf I piece of economy. The roads area.l i
almost impassable, no matter in what diree.d 1
= tion yo go. From the SusquehannaNwe'llave.i, .. ''. 1
bettdt, aor three accounts, aid they all , I 1 Good.
ret esent that it .has been very destructived . 1 •
mulling" away most of the Phila. & Erie R.IIJI,
bridges and much of the road, destroyinall . Sl e i gh
farms, ills and everything movable along TTheprit
its ban !
3. We have received no papers from!' . i
below since the flood and therefore cannbtl: I
Clio et ,partieulars, and there will be tab!
trains n Vat Phila. 4k, Erie for sove,pl weeks I 1
Paison irownlori `been elected
Governor f6f Tennessee. ' .
M.. BOA branchee . of thelegislature have
feed to "(bourn on the 24th inst.
ADZThie three ... d Antes—Delaware, Ken
tucky, an New Jersey—that voted FOR Mc-
Clellikri f bivre voted antassr the constitutional
ainendanent abolishing slave**. ./
'. \ / t , . I -0—.4. - -- •
' . x :Senator John P. HMO'
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*e and / confirmed as Minister to
‘ Ex-Senator Wilkinson is to take
' t e Iddian Bureau'.
WE arelple sed to, record the fact that Co;i
Harry, White, tie State Senator from Indiana
county*, who wa taken pris3ner and kept our
Senate so who
fr m teing orgy zed by being
held by Jiff. Davi Is now ma d% a Brigadier
Rebel destirte s are not received as
eithervolunteerq or su.stitutes, for substan
tial reasons. They wo Id go into action, if
hbriest,bwith a certainty of being condemned
to death; if captured—an• however a soldier
may Lslti)ein,g killed is th • heat of 'a battle,
none like ithe idea,,of being - ot'cleliberately,
with Ino' ,chance off defecce If dishonest,
they will desert agaiti—proba. y; to the ene
my lA 4serter froM the Fren h or British
army woldu also be rejectrd as eeing unto
• ; I
! , -
~ flar-TI6 State oi l Tennesseei„by popular
v'o'te, has hdopted het new (free) cons
counties " voting," and more I,lin tnree
tlioushndof her Union volunteers—the utter
, sly for it. The largest vote p lied
itl any county was 2.500 in Knox, the bra
43 in tewart. Nearl • 30,001 votes e
milled, only fifty for slavery. I"The wort
ntove4,' If Kentucky, Delaware and New
Jersey doh' t.
Bro wn's Bronchial Troches clear and
give strength to the voice of Singers, and are
indispetislible to Public Speakers.
"I haVlinever cliango rnyjnind respecting
ifrorn the first, excenting tol think better
of that which I began thinking well of."
- Rev. HENRY WARI:I' BEECUER.
James Harlan. Of lowa, has
benndinlinated and confirmed Is Secretary
t 4 the Inierior, in plaCe of JudeO Usher, re
s!gnefi.l We presume that the rc , sigmation' of
Secretary; Usher was necessitated by the ap
point nenz of Mr'. M'Culloch to th!e portfolio•of
the Tretypry. from the same Sta:te. Mr. Bar-
lien is oiia of the ablest men of the west, and
'Ste record his appointment with more that
cirditia4 'satisfaction. .He has already served
ih the Seimte some um vears. ![
~1 EZ—Secretary Stanton, after. vaiting three
ihoralts.fr Gen. Grant's repOrtt of his la.t
, 1 ' .. 1
.., campaign, sent his - report to Con
gress on Friday week Without it Gen. Grant
ilia havi4g, had leisure to write, it up: Tile
r ' epot': reinipitulates.the militarylevents of the
,eear. l all lof whinlj are already familiar to the
public, apdb.he. general featttresjof the year's
tieeortd tqet considered as highlj satisfactory
And encourag ng The veteran enlistments,
:imonnting to over 136,000. men, are spoken
YA as . adilh,g. greatly to the ellinieney or the
4.rmy. 't'he arrest of deserters trod stragglers
:l'asi' P n' IlUslted will' vigor, and 30 ; 392 avere
Arrested ltetween October 1, 180, and Octo
ber 1, 1t16'.1.; On October I, 186'4, the veteran
reserve (torn; consisted of 28.73Fi men. , The
renor; stntes that a g eneral ex cut of pris
one.)s is o.t . .v.grizig• on, and each prisoner has
t forlonAll Oil uhirty days as they arrive at
Co }eciei emery' Wednesday by P. A. STEB
' 13•1;` , ;6 cc CO., Retail Dealers ili Groceries
' i: and Provisions,
ojiirositeD. F. Glassruire's,llotel,
Appla,-treen, $ 75 to 1.00
do; HI 200 :2 50
Weans. • " 300 /3 50
Bejs 'vax, V lb., 40 I GO
,1 8 9
Berries,V quart , 15 2u
1311c1;•..vheat, 114 1 . ) 87 100
buch'wheat Flour, 300 375
Butter, V lb., . 35 38
Clietse, I - 20 25
Cloverseed 7'oo ' 7 56
Corn' V' hush 1. 25 150
Cora Meld, per cwt.', 375 425
Eggl, 'lti doz., '
Flour, e.*.tra ' V'bbl.,
do superfine "
Hams, V lb.,
Bay,' C 7 ion,
lloney, per; fb,
Maple Shgar, per 11)..,
Gats, - Vj bush.,
Pork, tit bhl.,
elo "14 1 t;" I
dO iniwbole hog, V lb,
Peaches ; dried, V lb.,
.Poultryi V lb.,
Faye per bush.,
Trout, per k bbl.,
Wheat, 011 bush.,
White Fish, 'V k bbl.,
persons having open account
11 and settle immediately.
(heap for Cash
of Merchrindise ' . '
'BOOTS; and I
11 7. , I
!TOOLS &c .,
Horse and Harness.
'lie of a good Ashery in corn
jlete working order.
exits po l id for good ASIIIIEA,
LUCIEN BIRD. :
Tr 0 ALL WHOM 1T MAY CONCERN : No
-1 tice is hereby given that JAMES CLARK
'bolds two :rites against me one given to G.W.
Perkins of Sixty-four Doliirs, tnore or less,
!and one given to Hiram RockiveD, of Nineteen
;Dollars, more or less. -I hereby caution all
;persons against buying said
,noes as I have
paid them, and shall not pay; them again
;unless compelled by law. C. 9. LYMAN.
Sinnemahoning, Grove tp., Cm. Co., Pa.,
I ; March 2, 1865. [4wpd
S 7-30 LOAN
By authority of the Secretary!of the Trees
cry, the undersigned has ,assutted the Gen
t eral Subscription Agency forl the sale of
United States Treasury Notes, bearing seven .
and three tenths pee cent, interest, per nn
[ num, known as the '
SEVEN-THIhTY LOAN. -
These Votes are issued under ditto of August
15th, 1804, 1 and art payable thriee years from
that time, in currency, or are ponvertible at
the option of thej'oider into
J. S. 5 1 1 20 S 1 perlient.
These bonds are now worth a premitnn of
nine'per_ cent., ,including goldlinterest from
N0v., 1 which makes the 'actual' profit' on the
1-50 loan, at current rates, iluding inter
est, about ten per cent, per arnum : besides
its etengltion from State and mugeipaltaxation,
kahich add from one to three perl i eent,'more, aot
cording to, the rate levied on ()pier property.
Th interest is payable semi-annually by
coup , ns attached to each note,lwhich may be
cut tit and sold to any bank olbanker.
The i.t \ erest amounts to
One cent , per dity on $5O note
Two ce Is " " " SI4EO "
T en ~ ',, c, g, 15 5 09 ~,
20 " , " a ll s l looo "
fit it ,st ii i, $ ; 5 009 IL
Notes of all the enominatiOns flamed will
be prilm.ntly furnish , d upon 1P l ecei t of sub-
scriptions. This is
T 4 'ORLY LOAN' IN MARKET
Less than .5.200,000,010 I emaiu unsold
which `Will probably be di o -- ''
the next 60 or 00 days, wlieii \t
undoubtedly command a prei
uniformly been the case on clsio
scriptions to other Loans
section of the country may belafforde
ties for taking the loan, the 1 ,, ,,a.ti0nal
State Banks, and. private Bankers throught .
the country have generally aireed to receive
subscriptions atpalr. Bubstrihers wilt select
their own agents, in whom they ha've confi
dence, antiwholon'y are to be l cesponsiinle for.
• • '
the delivery of Hie notes for ivhich they re
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK
OF THE CITY OF NEW YOP..K.
Capital, $1,000,000; Paid in, -
' FISCAL AGENT OF TEE UNITED STATES, •
And . Special; Agent for Jay Cooke,
WILL DELIVER 7-30 NOTES, ran: OF CHARGE,
by express, in all parts of the country, and
receive in payment Checks bn New York,
Philadelphia, and Boston, current bills, and
all five per cent. interest' notO, with interest
to date of 'subscription: 'Orddri sent by mail
Will be promptly filled.
This Bank receives the accounts of Banks
and Bankers on favorable terms ; alSo of in
tlviduals keeping New York accounts.
, J. U. OB.VI, President..
J. T. •lIILL, Cashier. I
12 00 15 po
10 00 12 00
I f 20 00 25 00
i 15 20
.35 09149 00
• 20 25
"7 00 725
rrillE subscriberdesires to ihroem the till
lens of Potter that he can supply them
*Rh all kinds Of garble work, as cheap 'and
rls- good as it, can he had any place in the
country. • MONUMENTS and TOMB STONES
of all kinds furnished on shor;t, notice.
Coudersport, Fel) 13 '65 ly
State Medical Boatd .
Headquarters Pennsylvania Militia, .
• Harrisburg, Noyfr 10, 1864.
T", Statt Medical Board of Pennsylvania
is now in session in this city, and will
continue until further notice,o examine can
didates for the post of Medical Officers in
Pennsylvania Regiments. ;
The appointment of a namher of Assistaht
Surgeons will be required immediately to fill
vacancies now existing, as WFil as for others
constantly occurring. .!
Physicians of Pennsylvaaial, in good health,
furnishing proper testirmi!stials as to moral
character, &c., will be admitted to the exam
ination. i •
, By order of, the Gorernoi..:l
JOSEPH ~. PHILLIPS.
Surgeon Genevil of Pennsylvania.
175 2 .00
French Burr Iffift Stones.
Manufactory Liberty St. near tie Cotton Factory .
THE undersigned announces to the trade
that he continues to Manufacture and
import direct from the most celebrated quar
ries in Prance, the best qualities of
French Burr 3;10 Stones, ,
which he offers at reasonable cotes and guar
antees satisfaction to the 0u - chaser. Also,
every number in use, of the celebrated
OLD . AUKER GRAND BOLTING OTOTH,
Orders by mail promptly 'attended to, and
goods forwarded by railroaddcannl. or express
if desired. - Wit H. KEPNER,.
Zun23. No. 10. West 8:31-a 5t.;
Is °icier that citizens of every
• SubF, l cription Agent, Phihtlelpla
Subscriptions will be receivecf by the •
First National Bank of Ilart:islitirg,
First National &ink of Lockhaven,
First National Bank of Pliil4delphia,
National Bank of Williamsport
THE MOST DESIRABLE HOTEL IN NORTH-
ERN' PENNSYLVANIA, TO BE
SOLO AT PRIVATE SALE.
The 'Subscriber offers at' PRIVATE SALE
the House which he has occupied for the last
ten years and known as the •
bOTJDERSP:ORT 11.0 TEL.
1 It is situated at the County Seat of Potter
County, Pennsylvania, , is .capable of accom
modating Seventy-Five guests, has rending
water in several of the roMns on the base
ment floor, and A BARN: ONE HUNDRED
feet long. The lot has a froni of 130 feet on
Arlin Street and 180 feet on Second Street.
All ;the ,necessary• ouV.buildings, ice-houses,
Sheds, &c., are in good condition. 1
'The attention of personS desiring to pur
chase a Hotel is called to this property.
It has for a long time beenconsidered one of
the best. paying Hotels in the norhern sec
tion, it is the centre of a great amount of
ti avel,and has the advantage of a reputation of
being "well-kept." A Company with a large
Capital Stock will commence boring for Oil
in the early Spring with good indications of
success. Oil has been taken from the surface
of a stream only ono square from -the Hotel
and those best com?etent ,to judge seem to
have no doubt of there being Oil, not cnly
in the County, but within' ti limits of the
Borough. Of course every oe can see what
an advantage this will be; t' all the Hotels
in this County, but more d cidedly to this
one, as it is by far the best in this section.
The undersigned being enga i ged in another
business which requires his whole time ,finds
himself unable to attend to it, and this is the
only reason for his selling. !--
For further particulars address
D. F. GLASSIRE,
. Coudersport, Pottr Co., Pa., or
Tivlsville, Crawford Co., Pa.
February 22, 1865.
TIIE Subscriber oilers for ''.,Sale the follow
ing tracts•of land, to; wit:
.One tract of One llundredand Forty-three
and ser.O-tenths acres in IPike township,
Potter county, on the Geuese Forks. ; Price
$llOO. Sixty acres ar - ituriroved, with one
log barn, frame ifitel: n, frame barn, fatty
good fruit trees, and I two hundred sugar
maple trees. - The. farm will l cut grass, in a
good season, sufficient, at KeSent prices, to
Also, another tract of Fity-six and two
tenths acres, in Eulalia township. four miles
from Coudersport, Thirty acres•of which are
improved, with one fraine 'louse, log barn,
and some fruit trees thvreon. Price $450.;
' Also,! a Wagon Shop and half lot in the
Borough of Coudersport, Onellot west of?. A.
Stebbins' & CO's Store near 6 . lassmire's - Hotel.
The tools, lumber, &c., can ibe bought rea
sonably ; ora portion of then,if the purchaser
'so desires. One - halrcan be paid in Wagon-
•A reduction of, ten per. cent Will be made
for Cash dO . Wo. •• • . ,• 1
For urther particulars enquire of the sub
scriber at his,Witgon-Shop 14 Couilers:port.
Feb. 20, 1865. . i IV. R. IVES.
.dsed of within
,the notes will
lam, as has
g the sub-
(lAMB 1:o the premises of the subscriber in'
vit.) in Harrison township'. Sept. 20, 1564, one
small two year old RED STEUR, one yearling',
RED HEIFER, with to particular ref - narks.,
The owner will please eOtne• forward, provel
property, pay •charges and tple . them away
or they will be sold acco JO rding
JOHN Is. \VATROUS.
Harrison Valley, Jan. 25. 1864.
• Administratoi's !NatioEt:
WHEREAS Letters of Ai'ministration to
V the Estate of WILLIAk S. JOHNSON,
late of the county of Allegany, in.the State of
New York, deceased, •Ilave been granted to
the subscriber, all pe'rson's indebted to said
Estate are requested to make; immediate pay.
meat, and those having chdms. arrninst' the,
same will present them, duly authenticated
for settlement to
Dec. 22, 1864.
rifle is prepared to d.
in his [ line, on short not
Making and •
of all kinds. lam enable
chinbrY to do work in th&
and cheaper than any oth
the ebnnty. I am also
1 by the aid of ma
r establishment in
prepared to make
Penn'a, Dec.. 1. 1864
This 'great line tratl
and Northwest counties,'
the city of Erie, on Lake ,
' It has oeen leased by th
Road Company, and i ndei
being rapidly opened tb
It is now in use for Pas!
business from ilarrisbur I
miles) on the Eastern
Sheffield to Erie, (78 tni
TIME OF PASSENGER TEA NS AT EMPOltltrll
Leave East ard.
Through Mail Train
• Leave Westward
Through Mail Train .10.18-A. M.
Cars run- through witnour CEANGE both
ways between Philadelphia and Lock Havea
and between Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Express Trains
both ways between Williamsport 'and Balti
more, and and Philadelphia.
For in formatic-n respecting-Passeng,er busi
ness apply at the S. E Cor. 12th and Market
• And. for Freitht business of the Company's
S. B. Ningston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market
Sts., Philadelphia. . ,
J. W. Reynolds
, J. M. Drill, Agiait N. C. R. R. Baltimore.
. ' H. H. Honsxos,
• Gen'E Freight .41. PMl'a.
Gen'l Ticktt Agt. Phil'a.
Jos. D. POTTS, ••
griASH PAID FOR EGGS,
I.) by E. K. Spencer.
50 PER OE:
OSWAYO I PA.,
1 ELLOW CITIZES, Friends and Custom
ers ; T.return my thanks to(you for the
liberal patronage bestowed upon, me for the
past teu years, and my business 'caving so
much increased, found it necessary to estab
lish my headquarters on the railroad, have
!selected Wellsville,and hereafter may befound
at the upper end of the village, where I shall
be pleased, to See all my old customers and
many new ° l nes as may feel =disposed to
favor me with a call. We are now opening a
large stock of
DRY GOODS •
&c., and shall ever try to give all customers
goo bargains. To my friends and customers
at Whitesville, t sincerely return you my
thanks forlydur litieral patronage there, and
shouldyouovisit me at Wellsville, I shall try
to repay you for it.
Good Shihin , s and Sheetings for 30 to 60
cents, worth 50' to 75.
Best grades of Prints from 31 , to 35 cents,
worth 45. • '
Good Delains 25 to 37 cents, worth 35 to 45.
Good Plaid 'Alpaccas to 30 cents,--tvo
50 to 75. -
Extra Plain Alpaccss 40 to 62 cents, worth
63 to 88. •
Extra all•:*4 Delains 371 to 50 cents, worth
50 to, 76. v?,`
Fine Mozambiques 22 to 25 cents, worth 38
to 45. .
Fine all. wool Merinos 69 to SO cents, worth
$1 to $1,50.
A large stock of Cassimers, Jeans, Sati
netts, Broadcloths, and other goods equally
C4.o li .r_itlieiVa.,n.
This branch dour trade we call your eaten - -
I on to in 'particular, as we can and will save
you 25 to 50. per, cent. Fine suits from $l2
to $l5. worth $2O to $25. Good black Dents
for $3,75, worth $4,50. Extra Doeskin $4,50.
'located in Lewis
. all kinds of work
ce and in the best
SILK oS BAWL AC.,
of the Beet and Latest Fashions, very low:
Fine Merinos Thibet, Wool, Brooha.
and most: other kinds. - , • •
I • AS6S
s esentnhseNyaourtill to
Boots 4 Shoes.
their auspices is
oughout its entire
enger and. Freight
to St. Mary's (211
:Division, and from
es) • on the Western
Fine French Calf Ladies' Shoes for $1,25
worth $1,75. •
Men's Fine Calf roots $3,15 to 44,75 ; worth
$5 to $6. -
3,40 P. M
Hats and Caps At.
Lances and Clents, yellow
Crockery and Hardware,
at pr;cts fat below the.present taarket price's.
Mtociatec . 4 and 2P-iota:Uwe . .
Floor, i Fork, ' Fish /Tams,
lea . ? Sugar, Coffee,
_Pepper, Spice, &c.,
as low as can be bought in the State.
C. 11. SI9YMONS, -
Welisvip, N. Y., October, 1864
I , (
Nos. '1 &
large asiortment tety
Fall and winter
P. A. STEBBINS 1 Ci
MY. just received Prom !few Tack • Imp
stock of seasonable Goods whisk they via
Callas low as any bongs - in tke Comity
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