The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, July 31, 1866, Image 4

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    Brick PomeiroVis Couttishlp.
Oft . 14: 7 0 'ours, 'as,:•":4ted'a:
. • , • 1,8
Jrrneifiav otter has : done gone Pan - got
-- vtelrbicked unto a arrherest of ' the gespet
who attends prayer meetings, swops horses,
stands chaplain in the army, - -nrrcl - _
drunk on the sly. Oh , l dear! This is such
misery i W-herefoce-slrallwe le novr?
- Ho'oo 11.54 to do 4,11 c courting (bziihelie
Tzirl „Worm:. I,le4gep,
', : drelps, hallkollboney'fizi.
night blooMing for seriousness, and such
evidences did we porut into them lap of
hers, whereon at vesper chimes this head of
did rest—Oh, dear! 0, K—lists!
We used to blacke{i our boots,, starch
our hair,_grease our sh,rt, - and curl Our e4e-
And-We rode hpse
pareWil caltiviite cern;
- and we . milke r d the inlindki heifer as what
no other boy could milk, and we split oven i
wood for her ma; and who would not!
And at night, when bats came forth, and
Nlatroplethigt 7crawled' over ;•the7leiri, - .7arid
'4lll)ng " maiden
,ktikcy_freizt, holding their heads hider . .. One
wing, so as to learn !dm by hearing their
hearts beat, we would) hasten und'er,K.alis.:
ta's window, and. shewould, with her filly
white hand snail us bY the-hair till "we ar
at, the : bower. or. /MT; as She called
garret. - ` , :t hus -Our - -hair - became
-less, • and the confectionery for - Kalista
increased.
• • When the week had busted on the rock
z of Saturday night, we used' to- wander by
Abe brooklet; arid let : he hreioklet wander
ton. And Kalista went forth with us.
Hand in hand, like the Sinniese twiosters,
,„we roamed, sat on the dewy bank to catch
cold in- ,- our hands, and luxuriate on the
t‘bank. - wet -- with tiewl n s - .lC : lhr-we - used - to
SaSclinegainst a fatherly andtnotherly,elni
Lace, afid - g.4 - ifeeie` each oilier& hands.
we rolled our eyes an I peeked upward into
the blue vault, our spirits longed - Id feat
into . it, but didn't -.„lolll.this-sparking
heaven in . two vol
I mes, with the price
omitted.. Did, you* ever spark? 'not,
adVance your works. Upon h female crino
line dear, and comnadnce active hostilities
to onct.
once we sparked when'lierTma:
ternal mother was le4ingr- :- The old lady
• stopped -us, because it.*lfdlided.. her Eaf
othertiiries,..so_ she. said._ 'Brit. >then slie
didn't keep us stoppe . When we wanted
to repose our head, Calista held -her'lap
and into it we went Ike an apple. When
we anted; kiss, thldKalista Sdeli
our desire, when she Would lean her amber
;bead bier toWards tacnindrsny, "Now;
Brick, tea is ready." - : You can just
gam
ble'we'took`tea from that little :table lots
°tarries, and Haver asked 'any Oho to help
put back the pl,atesi' tlyas`a 4411 r`
on a kiss; it wai‘prettYiiear her Best nott.
-Making-musli , was hetbesticharm When
- Lthe' , ..weiter, Sheiripriiikted
meal into the iron—iron receptakettle,
and.' filet slialol'herlcolcs.:4L:gTee,,to,. see
the' iiifint mush btihble and sputter like a
fellow-kissing a baby- - with his mouth full
' of beechnuts. I
'We courted, sparked: and ' ,, ,cptnied
lists seventeen'long She grew - flip'
size to greater size; -and all went merry,as
a holiday bell." - -,3Allsta's7trifitertial author
said we arid! we intenllecr to, and
we should have been wedded but for the
I r
Then th'ere cain'e from the war a jour
. ne'yman - converter - , aad ho offered
all bei had, and , /he' pair 'wedded at 'cince;
and now Kali Sta telling some other 'del
egate that "tea iS I
another of our
s popos ; .is
. spilled over life's
precipice ri and4ve rule left to mourn for the
candy`We itive unto Kalista, who has left
to die !—La 'Crosse Democrat.- '
-
o ftr4;lB6 rs presented
l ai'il:thendment passed
vote of every Republi-
Its declarations are
Sir bnc
Th:
' The political issti
in the Contitntion /
by the unatibrithis ll
- tian -in.-Congress.
briefly - . there: ' : : ';
1. All- perioris r ,
..the I.l6itda.State4
risclietion thereafl. a
born naturalized in
and •Ailbj - e - et :to the ju
, frigze4tofilieSTrijted
States, and-,pf- i tia.,Eiates.,AVherein they ,
reside. j
:1 T., No State Shall - thaTte' . or enforce 'ally
laiv., which - shall ab.miga" ilia' privileie.s Jr
immunities of :citizerls (Al hc_.. United States,
iiiii,'pliall - anyi ,Ititff dipri‘;e any pe -. of!
ilkori
fife; liberty, or property without due P z-o
-cess,oflaw, nor Il a ety ic to . , any parson - ,Aljthin
,_ its jOrkdietion t.hls,equal protectie4 9fille
jaws. - ' ,; .. ~• ~• , I
3 . .3., It4'iros'enia iota, -"hi , i botigregai `shall
t
be apportioned. to the population entrusted
with- political I.iii. 1 , .1_ , I ,-, . -
4.- No perjuretkßebel who has violated
, an. eatl.i.ns Et Itietu.l t )er, of-Oongri-44:bi as a
national officer,sall be ,eliglizta, again-t0 .....6.,:ii-iuch:ofriEe.:
..... 6 ., : ii-i uc h: o friEe.: )::::... ..:-..,- ,z) ...:, .
1 ''i*'' ..- 14' ... '
5. TheVat'iona ._ ar I)d t shall never
be ; repudiated.,:::
.-..-6: :•-The The Reid'
.
- , assumed Or pot
War • Dtli tshall rieverbe•
ation;,;shall be
for
No comae
the fieed sla'ves: •
The entire Copperhead delegation
• • •
both - Houses of Con aretS itted solid against
these prolosition3, and the Copperhead
party 'thuougheat the . , country ISaci' : thern
up "in it. p ,issue ; therefpre,: is , fairly
joined—and it is, proper" that, ev.ry : voter
should underitall• it' .
q:ATILT& I l fiNiy''.- - ' 4 . 4 6iiii"elpinin pTitnYir
ginian-left in his will , the follo4ingirppor
tantlassage: :iil. ave. lisposed of all nly
'property tojny/farnirf...;:therf3;isx.ne thing
more I 4vishllteki :111d JeavVihei9lhd that,.ia
'The7thiiistia/Piehgkii. t-lf-thy ilati thit,
:and I had 'not,giyen theniedo shilling,tfiFy
would l be rich.; . and if they , had not that,
~stad I had gii . eli titetel'ali.-Lhe",woklai ,thOy,
would be'pobr?? .
' i C4l hi t
"----4.Xirßigliits o ns p.
ini .A 1 ,
TirchiqatlNoo.sr,76px , , speeen de
-4
Ipredlitt Sal 4133; tat .Vilar the 4th of;
ulY;• ....,..., • the • 1
in advocating constitutional
,
amendment. stated 4at the section Fon
' ferrino• the rights of citizenship upon fe- , ed-
of--
1 , ,en-diditrob 7 .corf?r theright of i sqtfr l „ges,
'tut poly Pioiee,t,iisn of l, t tiatiirtiFi hta,
leini
. .'`tqnivaleirt. to ald ration t.lo;"ev
~ f e . ; , a I , .v. h ,
~
,4
, Minn Is t humanloting; aid riaat you
have, no right to go cut and murder him;
, I
-you have no right to take his property; you
. 11
have no right to take his work wi n out
I
paying him'his wages; you have : dal:ls : light
• .
to Abttee..ll3; matt' or irifl Vzith. tii3tighte
inTp l iivitegelii j*J4lttincd,'4;hylv-fie, a
Douglas Democraeof 1860, advocated this
;
provision in the following emphatic an!
1
eloquent language: i
,Sir,..when7cw.asll-I;n43holif I bpame
such a,great 'aiißsitV•.of niiiv4isal citizen
ship, / can aniwi.,;t l i9 1 '..1 2 1%; 4, 5t4.9 10 i i ;.11'.ave
had - ni3r prejulic,es,ust as other men in
this land, but when I matched with! the
columns of loyal men on southern seil, and
saw the flag of tre on defiantly, flaunted
in our faces; ! yillpri,colted.afeund#te"and
asl,-eefoi.friends; I:a Pialtd:'(to - 2114-*hite
man in vain; he was the friend of the trai
tor, the sympathizer ith. rebellion ;heowed
allegiance, he thong,t, to treason, and not
i l
to the Goveinmen-i„,ofAle•pnited States.
But at the'de4p . ,l dark hour , of n . ight; the
poor colo'r'ed men,' bocied - dO`Wn by the
chains of slavery, would crawl through the
tilarshes, through thickets, wade the rivers
Euld. come _into our picket lines, intia:.our
, ,_
'eamPsy al: 1 4 t , pll-1431- 0 4vhere t,1,141 rebel forces
lay, and lids yon.mi s ,ille.attailf treasoii and
dest4y it.'leleirs'l I'll'aF Ts fhb TeAson,
why I cared not when I found a man that
was my fricml—a friend to my country,
though. his skin WAS, black, I could ] trust
him sooner - than 're.iiii,,:i the white traitor.
["That's lio."] [. ,-, . ~,,' • ;2 l
• Hencel wani.liim , tee have the protec
tion of the law; I am in favor of his having
;if shall ever be Until he gets it. I ask
1 , .
yauf my-countryixn
e, I ask you, mothers,
who - are - sittng around in this little. group,
,that have..fo44so/js.,thal t 1 194 kg ign:ellenth
theitot bnriii.hg., gaildi_ot. - _,•aeorilitieliose
faces you will see no more on earth, {whose
graves you can never visit again, perhaps
and the old father's, too, and the little, prat ' 1
; tlin, n ,,o- , babe that ,toften•askeili*.,pother,---
"kotlier,-Wlieiwill My' tailier again return
to:trier, to•have th 4 layrs 44;1,44' land so
modified, that whiletraitors in the South
have their Othetiligs,cda'refte'r,"delrr to
strew garlands 1 - .)f Rowers''up'o'll the graves
~of rebel soldieNgiet:they,:tfury live in their
;memOriits:linipt;iii4ifii-sball last, if some
poor r old,,ditcript, fiegr,s, : -whos.has•mined
`hili.:liti` . erty.., li , .:::the intarc h. , and;iprolv esir. of
American arms, shell come along with a
little basket of tlow.'srs to strew upon the
grave of some poor loyal, soldier,' that he
shall have the-right to do it, and that no
pqmort• shall .1.115ve. the• tight, pc intefjere,
and . that he isto_ke proteetsrd:,[4motiond
These s rights. ,they I ought to have.... 1 . )1 ,7 e
Ought to he willir m *
to knie theevery
human being:on 'lop of God's 'earth. , I
hOpe ;his is not 'tieason•--' 2 at, least ;;I iloia't
believe it 'IS. ILmighterj -I belleye it is
but doing fjustace4: . i thosepeople • and to
mtrselves. llt • is' mv, Christi* act, of our
pare,' and We sheuld not ;fail; to ( pe,rform it.
If we do, Wo fail :td perform a duty. incum
bent upon tis t0vv,91.1. - Indp '),1114) have saved
the Government, , ,and wrenched it , from the
hands;Of:ti:casen, When they were fastened
upon its throat: l'' '' " r - ''''' -
The N Y Herald on the Amendment.
I
The'NesvAiNikt • i . Herald pr:ofOesl to be
entitely., eatitfied the congr smarm'
1 h ^
t • i rin
`scheme .of.ree9nstruetion, as t embraced. in
the eoutatitglionall amendmobte. - - - It. says
, thate.,being i ress .bawrgiyerrilid. • ~epn helm
•. ••..f •- ,
-patty a:p?werfal- plattopr.k tor the ap.proaen
ng%ll.electi4id, h deSeribes - thii - amend-'
Mont;
'This riMehdriient:prOk4es that all per
eons 7.borm or--ritrtitralize4 the United
St . ates2fjall;, , e,UliTS (eVet)t. Indians ;not
•triked;) uthtitizei; g'thereof and of the tates
in•Whiel-Itherliv,e ' `? . ana shall have equal
protectionl under the,laws; that the repre
sentation 4n. P,ODS`regs, e 1 2egulated
accordia)g the , restrictiever Jkich the
States;4l2 l ay -seayeally inißeec upOrt.:-..tbe
right of suffrage; that_,niarge..eehedule of
relAs be',,,teluaett from,: lilt ofb`Ces beli.eaftcy;isubject te:ii.dzoission in
eieh, ease, 'by .4' iwd thirds 'vOte,'O'f':each
, 1 - lonse, of , CougreSs' that the natioualtlebt
and soldiers' pensions and bounties iihall:be
ultletalotthe re=
I,.belliolior t . of any, !rebel] ionr.4 ; a a'ff 'clairps
for loseal . of Slitvei'sball: be es'erysibeie'and
utterly repudiated. All' these tlibags' 'are
in the aniendnTufrit — Whiehilie: State Legis
latures-will now, : be. called .-upon, td:•ratify,
and no distitif.'etiel-:y proposition viill frieet
aper ovid T
lieop7e ivbiellharrie'd the bovernmenoA
upaphantly; tiyo n h. the fcae r ful ,circ oat of
the. late soutliern - rebellion ! .11
•
7,e,trust the g 62• 4 14 71 1 1P9 1 41 1 ? 121 g
ii444t4
_ f-jo...ar••••
Pr4laplib)it„gitiner given atl . 4.iffei•
burg, Vermont, July 2; the"folloWing
toast was 43ffered
~"-Pre4'den`,l, tjelinsor.—A, passenger- on
boayd - the.national rasn, butJnov - left tic.
ilwatiy,, t doilgreis;".ivlieti”.lie r COme.;l'l4 we
serenade. him."
laokti:,Statelcouvention ai'perverorit.he Bth
• f2l.atigt",Wict-5,i1Pi
.44.1at4a ASfifesiciattoEi
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-- "E'LOW-EST POSSIBLE PRICES:
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' MR4 I AIIS BAHIA'S 1:7-1
Neratte,nilon' paid to ta,, cent of
'G6ODe
Prombt eigtroT„tlll,7 to t._.e Lowest
• ,
a et
Pates)is, establishe.d
ESE
Wel determihed to give the
_
tLe. BeneliV of the 'DU;
• ..,_
_ _
We sboll try, to roe t:te Rule
. k, •
0 , - WorilLS Uol Wrqs."
-
You
, • •
went,,iu - w 6
ms pay pyites:now GOODS
- 3 Axe down . '
Other:4l;llyt#o down,' but W do
-6
_
nut lutehd be - beaten.
All oa to: , glisj us a Call.
Slioira mud! as---„yo - l i please. If
4 k. 4.
you ',.lcifow our, prices- we feel sure
• "
of a<sale;
We are , in forthelrade this spring
are - Aeterinined that
CIFIARLES - 0. "ONES
Shall ( take the leaclr, , in.lurnishing this
section Of theTcouitry yith the best
el••
articles ."for the least`money. Ours is thy
Store - ,ivbere that catr bli7done. COME,
SEE,. add be CONVINCED.-
i l a t attaii : Good's
lwe are •now offering-at prices which can
not fail.o strilmthe Prirchnsor as
mac l9
se. -
-t `
CALICOES ',WITH' THE STARCH
I j •
OUT ,OF `BOT.I4:CL6TH AND
7 I
;fp I
1: w
c 4 . : 1
131i;OA.r)-pr,OTH,
Firic,,v - _Cassimeres .
STTDARD ;.:MT3qI4NS
Blea e ,Olied and,TJnbl:edi4Led
MAC .
Flannels - -of ill Colotis,
SeLINEN,.,,,.
SPOOL O..OTTO*I.
Tit. -
l Stri - dd Shirting.,
D nuns, lefragh., Toweling
LAIII:ESTIMAS GOOPS 3
A1F.W.0151 D6l,4ines(A.merepiines.
gohairjaitTes, sqi,l ,
GEADCERI
• _
Of all *title. COPPEES,s7HITEJOIROWN
SUGAS, SYRUP ObISDION tkiaSSESI
BLA i pil TEAS, SPiCES -4 ,0f all
'4Hgreat Yarlety 6f the oe:4l4pds of
SMOI6NO- & CiiiNFINd'ITOBA666.). Corn
Brolottioryedar 13itoiptsIA. 1 an dOi- ;Okerel :
Labrador Hermit Earns 4. Shout
DRUGS and
MEDICINES,
f READY-MADE eL*HING,
BOOTS and
&c.
PIEMEDtp WEE .PAY, TELE 111:61IEST
PRICE(POIt COW . fRi - 3RODUCE.
"" CiINELLIIO S. JONES.
cofir'orsior6 Juno 5, '16653
.
EMS
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f - 17: . •A t '
titTi
MI
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IM
°
PA time.
prices:when goods
Jill se&to it that
kin - di3 of
SOVlter r 49113 -
11-4
:••
kei
OUVISTED'S.I
=IMMEI!I
YOUR attter4i6ii: is invited to the largc
•ittractive : stock just received, and! for
sale asiiii9.o)litijuggericniricErifra ughs
anywhereln the county..
We have,Band.lti:liiige and varied asTI
sortn3ent of Domestic Cottons, cowprising
I BROWN SHEETINGS, and "3
SHIRTINGS, 1 , "
BLEACHED MUSLINS,-; ,
DENIMS,
• ST.RIPBR,T
CHECKS,.
TICKTNGS,`_and .
COTTON . FLANNELS, on whit' we
' c'anziOt bf '
:
We pnrchash our goodi for Celli ile
anffei
them at a ver small advance, „ .
Ini
F ) FLANNEES•
y ou - way . -4 : 1
•
4111:1
I BUM, t or
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING FLANNEL,' call
• - -Atplwtops..• •
DRESS - GOODS;
DELAOiES
'RUNTS, •. •;-
BROORE, and •
WOOLEN SHAWS,
HOODS,
SPNT.4 OS,
1IIBI4S,7 : .. • -
SKIRTS,
cLux..4s,..nd
ME
C;A:SDIERE'
7-7 -
4_ it
nON'T. fail to call before pnrchaeing and
Ae F,ortnien.t _
'''" 4 ' At-;Sictisted's
10111
BO qs & Siaos6 - "S.
ITOR Men, i raen 4, - Children, in great va
riety an cheap
II
For 3lolasse
in fant'dveryl
EBB
A full assortment of almost everything that is
kept in a colintry store nthatia. -*it' intend
• olich . oo :that wIU give satisfaction and
ileit4tad'ATtinlaArifte
4,1
- Vanilla.
.17)
Grain of a , ll kinds,, r
rinl;:niz.)
Sheep Pelts, Furs
Deer Skins-.7- - ,, - „ ,
- 1" Afio,
cot lf ityyslournehlilunEl,gcliopl•Ordprfi, 2 -foy - al
of*liicti'the highest prices will be paid
- —tit , Olmsted's ;
'::''Cottder 'Pittflav't , lB; eop:T'
AylatiNy , ,WESTgp
thianglalo6
- GENERAL
• _
AND
20p7CESTORE - 1,
;C 2
T HE and rolamed •monid,iiinnonnee to the people Of
i
Potter ° nntylhat. they hato'bought out the en
tire stock or m.. W. Mann of this place and will here.
after keep du hand a full assortment of- - •
•. - .1 1 0 • '.
BOOK_
_,
~ . AND :LSTATIONERY !
Iwo 4 - Vriting;' Tissue, Per
k i '..
forated and Blotting, r Paper, •En
irelopeni! inks, Slates, Pencils, Cray
ons', I :slams, Blank-Books of all
r; kfnds
Writing IQ9Kg 'Pocket MARYS,
hr ,,, -, :::{Drat/ ltaterialiV• '''' '
. : ' 6. 'ililkitAltirO k LlSlltoOrkg ;
inclu - lAtest i
ing tli Standard ,
, ...,-
14 OVE S,fiIiG.A.ZINERIC:TORIAL
I I AND
2, i'',. ;': 1 - , STGRIt - PAittfts P I , . : -
ALSOII of the Standard
i_
TEXT-BOORS
nit
3
PCHOOL
k ' 11;414 of ‘:
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PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS !
Special attention.glven „ l7orde. , l7\flr .. 7„ .
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
Having made the necessary arrangements in New
York Ave aro enabled to till all such orders on short,
notice. s3y-prompt t iand7coutte,ous Attention to cur
patrons, With fait abO' honorable , ' dealing, we barite..
merit and receive a large share of the patronage of
those wishing articles in our line.
D. C. &lII.D, LARRABEE.
4,13.1q5.66
- BO, gF
r i vrg 4113A0iiiironse,
-.J..:.leproparedto aoccualneciate vialtorstotho CrotOti-
APldepv,lvitli Boartilm at' realionabla &wok
witnessmand otbera , wilt Baddtlto-Zeipadnint4e
t o sboo.kimmaall:r . 1 3 , S. C. PhelpV
Poudoreport, Fob. 0, 1660 7 7 ,z3C.,, .
rirt
- '
AT -
ME
GRAY,
ICI=IMINiII
NEM
all supply '
; At eimgtedls•
At_elnasted's
I , Syrup,' Sugar, Tea und Coffee
MINE
,hini - irf!tlie , Grocery tine, call
Ax 0141571Y.5.
AT OLETKgref, r,p 7
LEM
diiN ~,-,.1.,i1b;
9." - , - 17...i: 5 .!1:70f.LA •—..tiNtititoll y.: ..:.:t r.:•::.,.1: . .. T . L
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_'•.'"aitiiikva'TotietAliik - VaZi'A: o lf.j, l ll l33 - - -
1 Z14.,
~ - 7:071 4 3 -- hOeebil t Oien thiii-'ChOfte ',80..4.:
' iliVe, , iiiiiollhe'O'f Toito - 40iiiiaint
.
the Ailli ? '*.ii444riqid;_iiKe.rty, has* ye-,
i 44443 , ,t 0000 . .0 On WilfitOyeT;f4 c.o4#mel •
ciripily,p4siiiiiS,'Aro'hOeqy*_.ainei4in o!.;_ti. our
411tie.44Y,q6.4idl I Pt9) 6 .4;t 14 flitie'§iiiaV . ..9 1 Actr.
1,bef q 0 . 4e; t 1e0a10n.:,451,.-;the,:o.9l l e :RT . en in'
1 ilii,s:g4e,fnl_p . :l3o.hiii..haS paid the
coneitiffaiinn piti,49.4:f44,..• ; .:i-ii:-.liLi: 4.
.6a!, kti:fctiloy4g.,ii, 4t . e.149W47i_ , .5•• , ! • - .
I.f Ist,,, •
sek.g.ectein,t;not ,of,lenct i , near Oel.Ge - i4
mania-Ilill,:in wetiant,ol6; - -Abhotito,wnsh:Tii - i'
Vottet,: , :nourity,.4 . 64 containing. le o! n Ore ' F • l7,
1 1 A13 1 21 26 , . nixes :in wotianto 5.0 1 41ik and: io.d,joiciing
ileal.ove.'.; i1i . 1.:-• •,-.•,, ..:-.1 -:. --t r ,
~..,.-.
1 ? nitiTs;:.AVOiartrin . triict:citland,4ith 14111 a ria
• inni r 6 yam iintgAhereinri•triOne Xe tile Vteeit, .4n •
.*O.Finnt . 'sBlAtitr , Stelvfirtson•jtovinship',A"ottel
cotii3t3ri:•Pft:^, e iiiltltiningabdiit:2cattdei!
C. 13ushor holds also in #nit warrantwarrant - no.:
250:4;iii7GniWiTtElyiiishiii,j'ioga.vp_nuti,Jp,.,
4)ll•4lo.4irandlesididg tioniGertOdni.l44 Gaines,,
containing 850 - ncreiri, --- :1 •,: I , • t• .
-..-.:PI , ;: :'- -._.: ..7< . -
-.1. 1 - : ' . -- 7, WAL:P4EQ.*:'
. ___ __... ___
EJIEMINCTIDN
- -
&SONS
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•
31.01:T.FAcT n p - mts . ;
- 7 - r , • • • •
A REVOLVERS. I'RIFLES • 1-
•
Itipiiusisfctiss. 0:1 Carpil-740•10
For the Vailted,States SerNice. : 480,
POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS,. REPEA TING PISTOLS,
RIFLE CANES, REYOLVIRG.ItIFLES, Rifle
and Shot Gun Bakrels, and Gail Maconals; sold
_y dim - Dealers and ;Ile Wrade generally. .
these days of Housebreaking and Rokbe . ry . ,:virj . ,
Mute, Store, Bank,'and Office sfiould'haefi orie.lpf
Remmgtons Revolvers. „
Parties desiring to avail themselves, of the
late
in Pistols, and superlorWokmitn:thipand
forth' will Lind all combined in the new
Remingtons', Revolvers.. ._ -
Circulars containing•cuts arid. descriptions of our
-Anna trill be furnished upon application... • -
_r• E. REMINGTON &ZONE; futon ,MT; -
iiOOl2E & NICIIOL3j,AiNTILS, • . ••
rlylll r No. 40, CourtiandEt '
•
'.United States 'Steel Pert. Works .,
Camdfoni,lll:: • J."
• " • • • •
BROOK & . CCI
_
• STE4 - TEN : ',;KANITACTURERS...
Ayfecellottieitt 403 .Kroh Street,
f • golan-fitreet v ,New,Yerk, ,
ese C elebrated :Pens are.of Genuine American'
:Manufacture, and comprise every,leudinistylein the
Market, and are equal zn rdoh, ehudielty and fineness
IA point to the best 'reported. , ,They ,are,, therefore,
sitreyto thpConfidenee - pf the Amerietorpublie.
,Samples: cnd •Nices, :On
.-APplidatiop.•
LOTt : MADE TO . ORDEiI,'OP ANY PATTERN - OR STAMP
RE9IIZED For Ole to - the Tritdd et the IfiffalietuL`
rer Wurihonses; shove; and - at: ietail . .by oil MAL'
tioners, l3ookselleri, and lifewsdeal iirs• tee United
States. flyl7-4.9 1 , EliterbroOlCdc
Sigoluic* J'Avw COFFEE—The moat
eloStis and heMthful lieverag&known. ' ;
• prepated:f.torivthe . besoAVA COFFEE, and
whilelt has all the -Mil - or of flue Old , f.lovernment
Java;sells for lees thanlmlf the prite. !. •
Conil64tilm7o-gil- Cl:ol2feet
beenisteadily u - SCd'for - yearti, by - thousands of
Perkins fatal:parts of the Country, and is unlverially
acktiowledged to : beat: .once nutritious, delicious,
healthful' and cconon4cdl. , The - same - quanflty
make a richer and strongery"
cup of Coffee than an
(:)/Sek:ref:sit22. 7 o ' titES.^Pet.
Isparticulnrly
recommended as a healthful bevel*,
ago and ia•moet,beneficinlly need by.llltese who,suffer
with Headache, Nervousness ...and - lother,.injurieui
effects from tbanse of other Coffee..
:Itls'prepated with,the greatest care, and contains
no 'lngredient which Is not more harmless, and bone ,
finial-to the human organism than pure Coffee, to
which fact the - most Skilful Physicians and Onemists
testify,D
sillo'csr"73. 9 ess•.T.rvvaiCii=ofirpci
This b6on exten - bivelv used at' rtem'treus Sanitary ,
Fairs throughout the:Union-, and received certificates
of the highest reetimmendatioin. • •
It has also been thoroughly tested, and 'received
the iiiklems Um-American -Ixunitute and other
pronnhent ihatiteticths. -'• ; •
Po.lNip In 1 lb packages hearing the facsimile Sig
name of Lewis A. Osborn, and in boxes of 20 and 50
and Sold by GrOcsrs generally. .
Wholesale DepOt and Trade
Snitplied* .•I •
I THOMAS REID & CO., GLOBE• MILLS,
• Inporters and Wholesale Dealers r ,in Tea, -Coffee,
and spfees: '. - - - '
s. 103 & .105 Warren and 269 Washington
' Strtata, New' York.
t ,
April 3.- 7 1 y, .• • • i•
- -GROVESTEENI COi
1nn0..-Fokie•Mantilfactdrers.; .
• •": 499 Broadway New York. - •
r(1IIE attention of the public and the trade is in•
• valid to - our New Scale Seven Octavo . Rosewood
1 .
no-Fortes, which for volume, and•purity.of tone
are unrivalled by any hitherto offered is this market I
Thep contain all the modern ithpro'vernentS, French
grand action,, harp •;•pedal, : iron -frame, over•strung•
bass, etc., 'and " each instrunierit 'lidtrig made under
ebb personal - ,suPliivisfon of •J. GrovistoeM,
who has had a pralitical' eiperience of over thirty
years In thole manufaoture ; •iswarranted in
eVerypartiouldr. • 1- • • • ••• ?• •
• ?" THE :"GROVESTEEN 'PIANO-FORTE"
Itca'alieo the lalihelit award of merit oyes all "others
aF the Celebrated World's Faird.
'Whore Were exhibited inStrlunents from the, hest
Makers of Landon, l'aris, ‘ Germany,. Illilladelphia.
I Baltimore. Boston,. and New York ; and also at the
American Institute, rot' fordsuccessir years, the gold
I and silver medals 'from 'both' ef h can be seen at
-
• By the ititr,oduction -of improvements wo• make a
slit] moreperfeet Fiano-For te, arid by, manufacturing
largely, with a strictly cash system, are- enabled to
offer these•instrurnents atot price which wilipreelude
contpetiUoa., .
• • • • , 7," PlikES.. •
Octavo,V round corners; Resent:bed • •
:••••.-Eitill .C. 1813 Li
No. 2, Seven Octave, round. conters; - Rosewood ,
- •
-Heavy Moulding • - -9325
No, It. Sevettlatttvn;'rrintuDeoriperli Rosuwood
Louis ?; "• $3.50
. TrEittES-.1112.-T-UAGEI INIOI:IIIRETTTUNDSI'
Descriptive Circular seta free; , •
• 1 1 A.CIVIC' . HOTEL •
.170 172 174 &176 . 01tEENTICEt-ST•
(oira SQUARE V. ES OE 11110.61AVA19'
heeti;itil Courllandc izncr,De y .i§tr`ets,Arczo ..Yrtrk.
JO lET PATTE3I'. Tr:, Proprietor.
actfic well-
,VAR ' and widely
:
1_ known to the traveling, unblic.': The lo-
Cation, ia especially. .snitahre. i to merchadM
and business men; it is in close proximity to
the business part :of the City-Lis 'on'thibigb
way 'of Southern and Western ,tratelL-add
adjacent:to 'the principal 'Railroad and
Steamboat depots. - • • r
The - Pacifie has liberal accommodation for
iifet; 300 'petits . ; it is Well furnisho d ;.arktpoh -
ses se s every modein improvement for the
comfort and entertainment of its inmates.
"rib tiToolectrie spaciods'aiid vtailated ;
provided with gas and water,; the attendance
is-rireuipt7itiid=reir;eotfolVand the.r•taibiliqs
generously provided - with eery delicacy of
:41
The subscriber, who,:for the yast few years,
ttift• e'en this lasEeilis..liio4 'sole proprietor,
and intends to identify . himself thorong4y
WitYffie iiitter"eiti - Of 'V'ftifiterg
experience as a botl-keeper, he pasts, .by
moderate scharges .and- a -.liberal, policy,.. to
Maintain the faVorable Teputatio'n of the:Pe,
cific Hotel. JOIEfYRATTEN; ja.
DRAWLN( .
irtitrr l'e ' iol . 4 2a . bib: &'ll-SZT.,arrabee at the
J
I.'an. 0 fiati)ot cd,Past_e l / 4 144 .etolAw Mono
chromatte bbard, paper, Paints; Wit Wing Pen•
cil9;.l2t,;Zr sato - "•
F • e
_gt) _EC
Itl3llll.olle#*
A.
INECESI
1...;i1)t0r.:173
'meet 'ample;
fo Collegei tta
•nosi CtAnsi'dal n'toerony
L`Tfio OnYiniei ti Grom mi , s
Chatter, Ind -tho Only bneitetherutted Ell?de," /Lott o?
it94.SO ecinfor •DPgi . e"••ot Prnas altiutlrd
to grttduntee in )re Colirierol LOU e under Ito I .
Voratelexil'hy outliciiitYldf 'Jaw. 7 •
COO - ducted by- gentlemen of. liberal 'edneattei, i „ a
latansivis 'exnasiellOe in b.datneaariand "siren:4 4
quailed advantages for the piorotigit,llloretical god
practical education 'tit Yotific tri for the' tiitiou t do.
tieififid "hail ofttfant.Crftrusaiess life.
` .. .t.flEoftr AND PR - A6TICE I cOaltiatp
b',3r . aiygtera or • „.
• ActirAii - trusTNEsslttAnimG •
, .
origlng and ifrelemitiently 'lortictleali*giving the: am ,
dent irrthe•eliortest time.nzernplete insight
_int* the
roytine, details, ensfoins and forma of 'b on i„A
general, as brnduotedlitthe.lifac*Paz l4egllniet.
eial.aa4 estabhstniantsi . _
• • THEORETICAL acH3H-HEEF,'ING"
ri l ion...tint:tv• aai , o)ilifeii . ol tbs
Weignee of licootnit+, orranged7end:: publiehed
firOprintoi of this• institution ezettatilyely for ins o va
use,aai tug one-half the orilinnix labor of the
and birn'fi eiiippleta knowledgeiorthe
of,the lieSfilegannfante.''
• . • TH E '
COMMERCIAL COURtE -
Oook-keeying Conuneriiiit Arithm'etic P ea
• viaizehip j3usineSs - Correspondence Coin -
• . inercial Lgth t . Lectyres•Biisineis
. 4jrairs . pommcscial euaforls,.
• an
d .
- • 1:1;8 8
. . • .
• • SPECIAL.:BRALTHES.
Algebra-; andi 'the Higher Mathematiee, .Phozo
graphy,"Oniainentar Peniitariebip, the A rt of
„Detectiug Counierfeit — lthinry, Engineering,
Surveying,' Navigation imlrTelegro . phay.
• • "TELEGRAPHING. i •
. 11 ,6 uriangemeT.fs for rfaegrniliny, are far in ad
i•isiac'e of anything of the kind eser nilereil to the pub -
'A'regular Tel4raph Live is cotinectee i ultb the
fristitution•With twenty hcanch ni lces in twines parts
of the nity, where public business is transacted, and
ltiFuhich students - of this li,stitutlon are permitted to
prtlctiOii.. No regn Mr Office piact lee can he bail in any
other school of inatroction in ;the country, saitheut
which ; no one can obtain a position as a practical op.
.orator., Young men aie cautioned against the dettp•
tine reprelientationa of IhOpe who, without any such
Teellities; pretend to teach Telegiaphing:' • -
PATRONAGE.
TS Institute:di is itimi.enjoyingthe largest' initrox
mu:rover bestowed nponfanynominerciaischOol lathe
BMW. ,Ovetfive hundred ittaent a, shad.
atm° the.gret . year, arid over, seven hunni.eddoenz
the past Thi3best crass of sten:hints may Inva
riably be - found hero, and all its associations are Ant
LOCATION.AND ACCOMMODATIONS. ..
The Institution relocated in t le most central part
or the city, and its acconimocations; for extent, eh
peace' and convenience, are imserpaseed. Alt the
rtiorns have been fitted np in the were best style with
Business :Offices or , CoutiOng Ilonsesi Telegrapb
Offices, Stationnry.Stet.e, and a. regular I ..
-BANN.-O.P DEPOSIT AND 18.51.1 E. •
stripplied 'frith I, .11114-engraved lithographic -notes
used, esreulating,.medium in the Department of
Actuala e.i
Business.
• • To YOUNG MEN
•
who' desire the vary Lot ,facilitieti for n 'Practical
Education for Dminees, `lre guarantee n course of
instruction no where else' to' be equalled,.while tho
Irritation 'and standing 'of. the Institntion among
mincss men.make its endorsement the lest passport
t. success, and advancement. • . 111 , ntemplatiug
ntoring any Commercial invited to send
-- • ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR, & CATALOGUE
entninirig complete interim' vietre,ofillfeColit,gl'i
'Eel full parti?ulirs of the couree of instrocum
erms, So..
'1.;:t7A:11111ANILS
T. E. StE.IIOEI,ANT E
". Supl, 081 .
. _
4-60rk4ti113.0
O:::.O„Ur:T..Z '.:,0
Hasa PoidOlT,
HEAVE
COUGHS, DT
.TEMPER,
FOUND!
LOSS OF API
TITS AND VIT.
„ENERGY; &c.
use improves,
iv I n lucre:
the appetite , gl
a. smooth a.
glossy , skia--am
transforms t)'
mtseiable: ekelt
horse.; •
TQ'6eepers Of Cows - this:pittiaration 1.4
'nereapea the quealttrandjirapeites the quality
, ;:- • ••• '• • ,• • of the milk, -It has
; ; • .
_bean. proven by an
. tual experiment
. 0
increase the quan
' of milk and
.crefun . tivekay per
. cent:and make the
: lsttter firm and
sweet. In fattening
gives them
appetite. loosens
tear hld e, an 4
Iles them thrice
e Lice.r3 la
:In cileennes of 'Swine, such asou
the Lings; Liver, • , • •
' this article•
acts as a - epeedle.' .•' - • ;
f:tonetlfting IrOttt%
a paper
to a 'paper pi a -
swill the, I •
• aboie dinar. es:
- ervAlßEated-- - - _7- -
...Or entirely. lirevented.' giiron:Wtime,
prereative;apd eere.for .the .
Prue 25 Cents pei:Pati,ei,fpr
4 .- ' ,l3 tke.inEP ! 1 , 1 1 . .f ' '7 41.
PU -r JeZ
..AND ,D L.
Ve;
•
For Pale, by Druggists and B.LcceF,p,S
through
out the gratect:stam; .1 r ... f .
IS . TfiBpINS . ..IclCO:;Cotders
port,' : :•••••• '" ,
BUCKEYE STRAW4IIII
"PATENTSIDOtTLY;IBdis BY. PpILTER, & SMITH
USAI"DS" Of • thogo; Machines ire= being load.
ord:gi,vu -more . . -
tknivers•qa,Satisiaciiimi- •
KtiaitAPY:o 4 9r
rstra S 2 L6 l llc, , uutter
jApiarket.l, .P. 04 1)9020:U11gs al?opt,oP4 F 4 .1 3.49 -1 " 4.
or reinitrectin,no ygouotd wpm,. .• ,
The tot : twos utot-oUfaty-- T Bot vibtotoki-Ife6lit
...odtion toli oftb'e Iloito4duto2irerythlog aquaria!
ouyi lendth , you- *Nit, and LOP ;ounnot4oalie 11 0 04
W-°rl c Pf eXP.4 Pr.ti an,
ii:Aaanpl9g,,of Mutglinos puck-be sect; at eh pp of the
undersigmed., :Illanufacturvf =diet sale by
Cia.'2, 1865
H - GOOBSELLi
eu
jalt: —recPxod—....Poncas • Waltzesi ,Scbottliquoh
" Mitre:Vds,Svigs, Duettfy;
•Aprll . 2l;f6B:- :D: c. 11.SARTIMZE:
Tlil preparation,
long and: favorably
,looown, will Woe
! reinvigoldito
broken-down' and
low-spirited' • horses,
by strengthening
and cleansing the
stomach and
IL _Ss fa; sun, lon
yentive. pi* all 4its
.eases- :incident to
rdT
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