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WHERE:AS the Hon. Robert G. White,
President Judge, and the Dons. C. S.
Jones and G. G. Colvin,, Associate Judes of
the Courts of Oyer k Terminer and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Orphan's Court and Court of Common Pleas
for the county, of Potter, have issued their
- precept, bearing date the twen!.y4hird .day
of Dec'r in the year of our 'Lord one thou
sand eight hundrea and sixty-five, and to me
directed, for holding a court of Oyer .k Ter- )
miner and General Jail Delivery, Quarter
'Sessions Of the Peace, Orchan's Court, and
Court of common Picas in j the Borough of
Coudersport,.on MONDAY,I the'l9th day of
rebruarrnexi, and to continue one week:
Notice is therefore hereby given to the
Justices of the,Peace and Constables
within the county, that they be then and there
in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
;of said day, with their rolls, records,
sitions, examinations, and other remem
brances, to de those things which to their
offices appertain to be done. And those who
are bound by their recognizances .to prose
cute against the prisoners that are or shall
be in the jail 'of said county of Potter, art to
be then and there to prosecute against them
as .will. be just;
Dated at Coudersport, Jan. 8,186 G, and
the 89th rear pf the Independence of the
United Suites of America.
W. W. BROWN, Sheriff.
IDY virtue - of order-of the Orphan's
Court for the County of Potter, the fol
lowing described real estate belonging to the
estate of: Wißiant Nelson Howe, late of the
township' of Bingham, in said county, dee'd.
will be sold to the highest and best bidder.
on'the prernises below described, in Bingham
township,.oni . '
Friday, the 16th. clay:of February next,
at 1 o'clock, P. M..
All that ceraiit messuage sithate in Bingham
owns*, Potter Co., Pa., described as fol
loWs, viz.: Beginning at a White Ash the N.
W. corner oil lot No. 30 of the allotment of
lands -in said township conveyed to Isaac
Benson . , Thence by ivest.line of, said lot south
one hundrecl;aucl twenty-eight 6d six-tenths
perches to the N. E. corner of . lOt No. 134,
thence by north line of lots Nos. 131 & 133
north eightY l r ei,ght and one - hsif degrees west
one: hundred and twenty-eight and seven
tenths perch'es to the S. E. corner of lot No.
ICB, thence by east Line of said lot and of lot
No. 144 conveyed by Trustees of Bingham
Estate to Jonathan Strait north one hundred
and nineteen and seven-tenths perches to the
• S. W. corner...of lot No. 22, thence by line of
said lot east-seventy-nine and three-tenths
perches andln6rth five o:relies to a beech the
S. W. corner of lot, No. 21, thence by south
line of said lot east forty-eight and nine-tenths
perches to the place of beginning: Contain
ing Ninety,three and three-tenths acres be
the same more or less, with -tile usual allow
ance of six .per cent, for roads &c., being lots
Nos. 28 & 29 of the allotment of lands of the
Estate of Samuel M. Fox dee'd, and part of
warrant NO. 1239, - Potter county, Peun'a.,
about Twenty acres of ivhich is improved, •
with one small-frame house, one barn, and a
few fruit trees thereon.
I M. D. BRIGGS, Adair
Coudersiort, Jan'y 15,: 1866.
MO all Creditors. LegateeS and other per
il, sons interested . Notice is hereby given
that the following named persons did on'the
dates affixelfto their names ; file the accounts
of their &ffininistration to the Estates of those
persons deeettsen, whose names are under
mentioned in the Office of the Register for the
probate of Wills and granting Letters of Ad
ministration in the .County of Potter ; and
that the sane will be presented to the Or
phan's Court of said county for confirmation
and allowdrice,'on the lbth day of February,
next at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court House
in Said county:
Nov. 29,!1665. Account of Leroy D. Goff,
Administrator of the Estate of James. Cotton,
late of Harrison tp., deed.
Dec. lb,' 1865. Account of GJW. Hackett,
Adminis4tor of the Estate of John Hackett,
late of Ulysses tp., deed.
Dec. 211, 1865..! Account of Ellen ;Fling
Tripp, Administrktrix of the Estate of Wm.
Fling, late of Ulysses tp., dee'd.
- D. BAKER, Register.
Conder'3port, Jan'y 15, 1866.
NOTICE is hereby given that by, virtue of
en Order 'or decree issued out of the Or
phans' Court of Potter County, the nuder
signed as. Guardian of Milton Mitnly, Kate
Manly, Fred.-Manly, and, flay Bell IManly.
minors, owners of said land, will expose-for
sale at pnblic vendue, to the highest bidder,
at the Court House in Coudersport, in said
county of 'Potter, on
The 20th day of Febitary, 1866,
at 1 o'clock, P. M., the following certain
messuage and piece of land, situate in the
Borough of Coudersport, Potter County, des
cribed as. follows: Beginning at the south
east corner of a lot belonging to P.A. Stebbins
on Seer/nil Street, thence north 132 feet to'
south lind of Charles Reissman's lot; thence
east 33 feet; thence south , to Second Street
132 feet; thence west to the place of begin
ging; containing One Half Acre, upbn which
is erected one Blacksmith Shop.
GEO. C. MANLY, Guardian.
Coudersport. , Jan. 15, 1866.—tc
FLIERS, &C., &C.
Pr' undersigned would respectfully an
nduace to the 3lerehants and Dealers of
Potter;and adjoining counties, that they are
now engaged in the manufacture of the above
named] ai ticles, add are prepared to furnish
E nploying none but experienced workmen
and using' only the best material, we are con
fide .t ave can furnish you with Goods that
will suit your customers.
Every Article Warranted to Give
goods 'lacked in,SHIPPING ORDER
and sent by Railroad or otherwiSe.
Please address by, mail, when list of prices,
IGARA, SAMPVIS, 'Sze., will be forwarded,
C. Crandall Sc. Co.
yyk u it r o s e • pa„ Dec. 20, 1865 m 3
Xe' 'Ours is the only establishment that
reaantaetares the celebrated
i.xi3tycit , ;4 to last 20 g„,,lrs if well used
. ) 543 5 BROAD NfAY • 43}
Tkv-m-tv -SE : eLPXI.33C.
AG-E I NTS for the- i I LESILATED
DRIGGS' NEW PATENT PIANO
' FORTES, I
Which ate creating the greet sensation in the tem -
'steal world, and have received.the higheit tegtimon i
ale from all the leading artiste in the emiutry,amOng
whom are I I rli
S. TII.K.LBERG, ; FRANCIS 11 BROIrN,
L. M. qur TSCHALE, TILSODORE FIST.' EI4T,
WM. LIIENRY FRY, 31. d." MAR TZEK,!;
31. StRACKOSCEI, 1C13f,. 31.ASO , ' '
)HERMAN. A. IVOLIENIIA PT.
At the late FAIR of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE, ield
in NOW York Lily, October .1.505, they were award
ed the] ; ' 0 j
LIRST PRE.IIIEIIOOLD MEDAL!
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13E9 PEANO FORTE O N. EX:
. 41EiE0. A. PRINtbE & I
MELODEONS, AUTOMATIC 'S SCHOOL
ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED; FOR
Manufacturers and ;Importers
i , LLITES. BAN.T6S, I'IbLIN.S.
V.OI.IN.STRINUS, ;1 Aecor
and alli kinds of Bitaz-:6.and other niti
Iliortts.f . • ;i
Special attention paid to fdrnithing
ments . (for Bends. ,4
PI7I.3I:ISITERS OF .SWEET
Juipublished, "'rue V ESILE. L ,
,'. 11 DPW
Chant for. the Episcopal SLi.vice, fur.
; chianti:Voluntaries, Musical l 'ocietic. , ,'
for t Social Circle, by Vtud t. C. Tay
Board' 85 cents. dloth, 11. ii •
1 a SSINOS' 20 M el odi c ...x '
In rem of Sa3trtmelo's fotil Somoso
Sore Na Voices, intended tyslOtti dies t
prope art of'-singing, by 11,7.111L0 13i.q
i I.3assici's art of singing, and Banton°. .1
I , PricPrice r each, 12,50. 1 ii
4)IA NO-FORTE CALISTII .NICS,
a conOction of lilsm FINGER, GRE,IIII, tlll Sonic pas
sages; for speedily, di:yell:Thin' the in octet of the
I lingers, and acquiring that del4r , e of Visibility. nide
pend mce and volubilily, wia ohi are so iieliq,em.dalc
to a good performance on the PIANT•FaATE, by
. FItANLIIS D. I 11 4, N3'N. !'rice, 1350. i
tic W Edit ion, Porin's Fins i Perrier,
~c.anther of Pi bi ~ Minuell
itatioia Polkas, .c. Price.'sti_
jivy:. W ...7t a T 3 fa .
' "ca 4 thy Burden on the Lord.' el
'So row, Contrail° or Tenor Soles, ai
Qtdartette, adapted froM Gotteschal,l
Sitdmber Song, by W. . I.rtssrenn.. l
"A Holy Calm, A Pe:lcel./Iv ne," a con
: pa: ion to "Sweet Spirithear I
Pr; yer," by,W. Vincent 'l . ‘ .11.1 . See
"LAW I ; my God, I Long to, Know,' 15 _
11S1Inti, as sung at Grace church, co n
poied by DitsiNE W A Ls!rt.L.....,_....._Piice 35 etc.
"Nylliad in lie; vdn," WOrds a lby SPENE an
DONE, 1111iIie 7 1. V STEPEPN 51.,15,E" I PI ice 35 etc.
".Ikfy i Only Brat lei's' Gone,' Soiag . a id
Chorus, by K :1.1.r.a............ --Price 35 etc.
"Tbt Past that Breathes of Thee,' Bal.
lai., by Kni.turt,.— -.......1. I . 1 —Price 35 eta.
"Oh. Write me 0 Song of My Paoli,"
Se b' all.l Chaos, as sung at IWO,a 0
A i Word of Tmi istrefs, emnpOsed lay U r . lin,Nity. _Price 35 cts.
• I N
"hine," Balkid, by E. J. .
, Flizh ugh 1 i Price 30 etas.
"Glee to me those Moonlit illours.i' Duett
r,,,4 two S,) pra Hos, orzzorrat.So aia fl TP/ Or
by) E. A. l'.k acur 1ti1T..... I -......Price 35 cts
i'Veer Stir," D net t for two Sdpr:tn ,s,
:j or i fenortt: be J. , DANTF.L.1..:.J.... „Price 40 cts.
"Mormere la Ittlicau,' Finitasie, by J.
1011.usc. ' ! Price 50 ors.
I"Prii.yer at Sea," Romance in form of a
Nocturne, - by J. DE ..D.51 z e5E.1.,....1:..rE1E0 50 cts.
"Attends Mae," (Wait fur e.)eeloP, by
Cuss. FRADPI : a j -., -- Pr ice GO ctn.
‘iSatis tnoi," (Follow toed Galop, by A.
Bcaliernts L I. Price 50 cts.
"Water Fall. and Sea Breeze," G4lops.lby.
Pim. STEINUAGES a ' Price, each, 50 ets.
'Moaning Dew," DaDCCES,I by ADo9,,pir
'Wedding Lancers''by Pim; Sr E I.NII S a EN Price 40 cts.
"Happy by thy Dreams," tramcribedifor
for the Piano-forte, by Ctiss..EctiAra :L.Price 50 cts.
"Sweet Spirit Hear mei irayerk" iibm
Walliace's.Operit Lurlitiii, ti :Inserted
for tam piano forte by Colts. Fastic __Price 40 cts.
'•Crispin° e la Camaro.'' Itieci's Mutt' Pp- .
era, arranged by Cosi li'anni.m.—J. —Price GO eta.
‘.Feu des Etolles," Starlight necturn,i by
J. DE J.SSEENSKI a a -a" I Price 50 Ott.
"Angel of Dreani," Ballad, by Klo.mat_-Price ~>o cts.
`•Love's Latuentation," Ballad, by E. 1.11.
lloimen... ....... ' ,' Price 35 etc.
,‘Tri urn p 110 I match," by lit 0 11 . I) I,IOF rpIAN !'rice 11.00.
•' Alizerian Polka,' by }l. Al rDEI11:1 -T-Price 35 etc.
' Ee'ening Shadowy," Nd . cterne,lby }.. J.
FITZDEGII ....... ......, -. i 1 , -...- 1 ....... :Price 35 cts.
"P longing fur Thee,!' ,urards waltz,
as sung by. - in , ..1110 rA11EP,5...4...,_}_...PE1CC 35 cts.
ii Liberal iDiseo l tt u t zis - ent to the TrIVIC,
Chorches, ClergYmen, PrOfessors an 1 Sehoolq. liu•
sic sent by mail or receipt ;of the ma 'iced 'nice.
WILLI A riff j El Al rt.& !SON.
543 Itroabway ? New York.(
Dec 5, 4 toot Bre 1 i a
•aaaH aas &OK
I cau't stoo adveltiOng ;hecp.use I've quit
selling calico for now I want to
Sell Farms, Survey. l l ads, Write
Deeds and COntracts, Pay tax s for non-resi
dents ) ...Cc.
, I ,
I have a BLACKSMlTH`‘consantly on hand'
in' the old slwip, who 'hAt6sltai have a bare
(*opted berrse'pass the 'short, an , d I must tell of
it ito get him started. •E l mmi ualoni -
Brookland, Pa.. Nov. 10, 1195. I
I . NEVI:SKIRT FOR 1866.
The Great' tnven i tion ofithe'Age in
HOOP-SKIRTS ? v
J 1 W. 11P,ADLEY'S hNew Pittent DUPLEX
1 ELLIPTIC (or tinn i ble I SPRING. SKIRT,
Iglll IS Inventi'on consists of DupPi,l (or two) Elliptic
Pure Refined Steel Spru t..!, eigchionsly braided
t iolY and firmly together, edge te edge, making the
11,,ce•:rist, most FLENIttp:, eLASTiC and Drft k131..V.
s)!tnso. e. er used. They seldom nEiln U DREAK.Iike
.01e S;ngle Springs, and Iconsequehtly pre,:erve the
perfect and bel uti ul slut pa moreithAn twice a., lomr
de an) Sit vie Sprh g Skirt that ever Hue; or Can be
THE wonderful flexibility and great crunfort and
illeomury to any lade we aring
. the .1 - i,wille v 14/1i pt;e skirt
will beexperienced particularly Mall crowded as , em•
Iflies, Oneras, Carringes.i,ltailruad . Ci,rs, ilitirch pews,
Artn Chair, fUr Prrmenade and liortsa Drell?, a- the
Ski , t can be - folded Wid.lll In useito ()reify a small
place ad easily and conveniently as . a Sit or Muslin
A,q Lady having enjoyed the pleasnre,eorrifort and
reat Con.tenience of wearlhg. the Duplex Effipt
teel Spring Skirt for a single day will nevcrafteward ,
'lvillingly dispense with their use. For Children.
- NUssis and Young Ladled they are superior to all
1 TUE:IIOOPS Are .lovered'enth 2.ply clonble twist
ed thread and will wear twice as liung rte the Siegle
'yarn covering Which is used on all Single'Steel lloop
s , irts. The three bottOrnfrods on every Skirt are also
Double Steel, and twice'or doable ceverrti to preveit
the covering from 'rearing Mr the rods when dragging
down ,stairs, stone steps!, etc., etc. which they are con-
Istantly subject to wheniin uSe. i
All lure made of the new and elegant Corded Tapes
and are the best quality in every pt.t... giving to the
wearer the meat graceful and porter( Shape tiossible,
and are unquestionably the ligheel, most desirable,
leomfortahle and economicall Skirt ever made.
\VESTS' BRADLEY & CARY; PRORIFTOS of
the Invention, and SOLE MANUFACTURERS, 97
CHAMBERS, and 79.54 81 READE STREETS,New
FOR SALE in nil first-class Storen in thci Citv,and
throughout thetitited b"tates and Cana-in, Havana de
Cuba, Mexico, South Arnerida, and the Went Indies.
INQUIRE FOR THE DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE
A. & C. , Jan.l(s 3m.
NOTIC E. I
A LL persona are cautioned against par-
Al chasing a. certain Jadgment Note for
Two Hundred Dollars, sighed by Andrew
Bradford and Stephen Sherwood. and paya
ble to William or Willard Wilson. Said
Note was obtained by fr4uti, l 'and the makers
will resist the nonacid= of the Ammer
January 6, 1666, ' r
AMERICLN WATCH. COMPANY.
It baring come to our knowledge that im
itations of flan American Watch have been
put upon the market in great number, calcu
lated by their utter worthlessness to injure
the reputatitln of our •genuine products, to
protect our own interests and the public from
imposition, h-q again publish the trade marks
by which out Watches may invariably be
We -manufacture fonnsiiThes'o . f Watches.-
The First !pis the name
."AMEIIICAN WATOLI go.. Waltham,
Mass.," engraVed on the inside plate.
The Second has the name
'APPLETON, TRACY & CO., Waltham,
Mass.," engraved on the inside plate.
The Third has the name
"P. S. BARTLETT, Waltham, Mass.," en
graved on thp inside plate. t
All the abcre styles have the name Amer
ican Watch 00. painted on the dial, and are
warranted iMevery respect.
The lourt4 has the name.
Boston, l'lress.," engraved
on-the inside plate, and is not named on the
•All.the aboVe described watches are made
of various sizes, and are sold Lin gold ox.sikir
cases, as mai- be required.
it is hardly possible for us to accurately
describe thei numerous' imitations to whidh
we have allacied. They are Usually inscriho
with names So nearly approaChing our oil - n
as to escape he observation Or the unaceus—
turned buyer. Some are represented as ma.qe
by the "Union Watch Co., of Boston, Mass.'
—no such , onipany existing. Some age
named the ;''Soldier's Watch," to be sold hs
our Fourth! or Win. Ellen style, usuaßy
known as the "Soldier's Watch." Others are
named the "Appleton Watch Co. ;" others
the P. S. BastM7v," instead of our "P. S. Batt
lett ;" besides' many varieties named in sup
a manlier as to convey the idea that they are
the veritable 1 roductions of the Amerielln
Wa telt Company. •
We-also citation the public, :Lai particu
larly soldier;, against buying certain articles
CALLED watches. so freely advertised in
crated papers as-".Artay Watches," "Officers
Watches," "Magic Time Observers," "Area i na
- Watches," Sre,. the prices of which are stated
to be from seven to sixteen dollars. A gdod
watch, in these times, cannot be afforded
any such Money.
Clll- es, and
I , aequlre the
A little attention on the part of buyers Rill
protect them from gross imposition:
. • ROBBINS S: APPLETON •
Agents for the American Watch Co.,
182 Broadway, New York.
}Price 33 eta
PACIFIC . 1 - I()TEL,
170, 17?, 174 & 176 GREE,WICLI
. (ONE SQUARE WEST OF BROADWAY.)
Bcticcen Cora - liar - all and Del/ Strects,...Veto York
JOHN PATTEN. Jr., Proprietor
prrE Pacific Hotel is well and widely
JL 60OW11 to the travelimr. public. The lo
cation is :especially suitable to merchant. 3
and business men ; it is in close proximity to
the business part of the Citv—is on.th.e high
way of Southern and Western' travel—and
adjacent to all the principal Railroad and
The Padific has liberal accommodation for:
over 300 guests ; it is well furnished, nod pos
sesses every Modern hnprovemetit for the
comfort and entertainment of its inmates.
The room 3 are spacious and well ventilated ;!
provided With gas and water; the attendance
is prompt , and respectful ; and the table
generously provided with every (delicacy of
The subscriber, who, for the past few years;
has been the lessee, is now sole proprietor,
and intends to identify himself thoroughly
with the interests of his house. With long
experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by
moderate charges and a liberal policy, to
maintain the favorable reputation of the Pa.!
eific Hotel. JOliNcl ) .A TTEN, Ja.
El. J. OLMSTED'S r
QTORF4 can always be found the best o
Cooking, Box and Parlor
1 1 0 V E S
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is well made and the material good. Good
and substantial EAVES-TROGHS put up in
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Pay of all kinds, including Cash, seldom
Store:on Main Street opposite the Old Cont't
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0111.ces, Stationery Store, and a regular
BANK ,OF DI:Pi- 1 :51T AND JSSUE
supplied with fi nely-ewzrav,d lithographic notes
toed an a circulaiing mediuni.in the Department of
Actual . Bu*ine,,s.
TO YOUNG r,l EN
who desire the aers beet facilitie, for a Practical
Education for Piti•inet, , , we suarantee.a Colime of
instruction no where else to equalled, WittkV
smut reputation zu.d eutfingt of the lnetitution ant g
business men make its endersens4ot the beet passport
to success and advancement. 11l conteinplatillg
entering any COmmercial college, are invited to send
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR & CATALOGUE
containing complete interior views of the College,
and full psrtizulars of the course of instruction
tern/ a, .5, c.
T. C. SEARCH,
Special Teacher and 5111 , 1. of Offlee Busine.rs.
gorse alig GAN Powders,
this animal,. sncl
TER. HIE A V E
VERS. FOL - NDE'
LOSS OF All"
TITE A I\:1
use improves ti
owind ,! increas
a smooth ar
transforms t h
To keepers of Cows this preparation is invaluable.
'vonroves the quality
the milk. It has
fn prove iq).y ac•
il experiment to
.:rease the •quan
ly of milk and
, ]am twenty per
and make the
fitter firm and
'eet. In fattening
ttle, it gives them
tkes them thrive
In all diseases
the Lungs, Live:
Fee., this articl
acts as a specific
By putting fro:
one-half a paps
to a paper in
barrel of swill tit
Will be eradicate:
or entirely pros
Price 25 Cents per Paper, or 5 Papers for' $l,
S. A. T"CoUTZ
WHOLESALE Dilliti AND MEDICEVE DEPOT.
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Druggists and Storekeepers through ,
out the United States.
Sold by P, A. STEBBINS & CO.,Conders
AI 017 can't believe what fine BARGAIN'S
1 are to be had at oL)ISTED'S.
Dr. A. PRENCH's
CELEBRATED -TONIC BITTERS
ARE becoming' the most popular Medicine
in circulation for the cure of
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN
DICE, DEBISITY OF TIIE NERVOUS
SYSTEM, and IVEAKNESS of the
STGEACH nod DIGESTIVE ORGANS:
It is also gaining a great reputation in the
CURE of DIPTILERLL.
Principal Office, roudersport. Po•ter Co.. Pa°
OATS, WANTED .!
lell7 life est nigh nice will be ' , hid' for a TiJOll
sand Bushels of Oats, delivered nt the Store of
undersigned in Itillport. h. S. Colwell.
Millrerrt, Oiev, 14 4 1506. tf.
"Live and Let Live
Ten Different Departments!
•.4 'J. , - s•-3 - g.--
- • . -..-.
• --Y ,
-. ~. :::-. ..,.. •-, 4., 1-.: n s
ra . CPW 0 . )4 & it ari. 4
So that while others are raark;ngwe shall `'
sHOVE orq. . .. THE GooDs
The first department is 11led with
DRY GOODS, .RFIDY-MADE CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
CROCKERY, YANKEE NOTIONS, K.
Are now ready for wholeifileing, and retailing
Flour, Feed, Pork, Groceries, &c.
Give us a call and save Fifty per Cent. We retnrn yOll our thanks for youraiberal . patron.
age for the past,year, and shall continue to sell
Wellsville, N. Y., Oct. 24, 1865.
L ro i
tze s •
• • ,
P. A. STE !BINS ik
long and favorably
known, will thor
and cleansing the
stomach and hates•
is a sure pre•
vcutive of all. dis•
eases lucid* to
,-..-:.ea : dquo : l'..t . fer. , fo .. l3' , ar . g -
FIRST FALL OPENING!
Elegant Seasonable Dress Goods
THE CORNER STORE I' >'
y, L [ 7l- R 1
FA 0 y
MAMMOTH STOCK OF
'13409tm eco Mlic)low.
The Proprietors of the. POPULAR CORNER STORE are
detrmined, to supply this market with the best quality or
DRY-GOODS, HA / TS & CAPS, HARDWARE, DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISHES, AND PATENT MEDICINES.
FOUR, FEED & PROVISIONS
October, 186 E •
THE MAMMOTH EIVIPIRE
Nos. 2. k 3,
.Wbolesale and Retail
AS CHEAP AS EVER.
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MUST COME I I
C. H. SIMMONS.
P. A. STIEBBI,NS & ;CO•