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NKWS ITEM.
LFJJSSSROST, FA., JANUARY 17, 1573.
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■ Couderspcrf H'arket.
ft. : ,t-Nu. 1 wliite per bush. *1.75 $ *- ; W
■ lii'il winter " " 1-G<) @ 1.75
■ Vi. 1 spting " " 1.50 <S 1.00
■ " .40 id) .45
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■ " " 2.00® 2.10
8,,. 40 ® .50
B . 1.50 (f ? 2.00
■ tun lH.ott ® 20.00
1., ft' .00 @ .08
Ky. .14 ® .10
■, r .25 @ .28
K; .20 .25
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Biieuavsoi null art* strange and past
■ .'cut. I'<>|e tells Us "The great
■ slnlvof tnatikiixl is man," and if
ll* I i-l k )>et could walk wit It
■:)' and down the streets of Goutlevs
ft i* think lie would admit that
I: we might know ourselves, it is
Bit impossible to understand our
■L'lilmrs.
IV.• have I wen trying for a long time
■..tin-m 11 < meaning of a certain ]>•:•-
Inaiic-' t l . t cai' mry sea repeat ml
I:"st any fair business day. but its yet
Is leyond our ken.
f \ |\ occurs in this wise: two men will
(Miking along tin* street when sud
liv. a d with a cautious look around, ,
r ilmlge into some alley or by-way
Ire one of them produces front his
Ilk pocket, with the greatest care.
Ink. which they proceed to inspect
■ maimer that is Certainly •|K*euli;u."
■ hold it up to the light and gaze
B"Ug\ it a- though tin y were reading
Bine's tale in its d -ptl.s; then they
■ovc the eork and smell of it. seem-
I to innate its perfumes with the
litest sntisfction; lastly, one plnees
[ nozzle to his eve and takes a long,
l-i look beavr nv.r.rd, then passes it
■lieother who gazes through it in the
In- w iv. when the cork is replaced,
liiottle K returned to the inside pock
l"i its owner's coat and the two re
in to the street ami carefully walk
I;.'. What does it all mean, is it a
■lie or is.it an optical instrument,
I' ilo they go into a dark place to ex-
I •• it at d where do they get it?
Bumlay morning was one of the colil
|"f tin season, but twenty-four hour-,
ft. the ti nijM'rature had so far niod-
Bt-ii that it was only comfortably
BL 1: continued to grow warmer all
■ Monday until evening when a rain
Brin set in which lasted until Tuesday
■niing. Since then rain and snow
■ liecn alternating with each other.
■ ■ Ii a decided predominance of the
Bluer.
■'ftiiti inplat.nl Resignation.—Tt is sta
■ .h ilni (i. 11 all. Eeq., of llidg
■■. has in contemplation the resigna-
B>n .f ins seat in the Constitutional
BiiV'Ution in favor of ex-Gov. Ii<gl*i*.
■ ' N place. Mr. Hall is one of the
■ licit, from this Senatorial district.
ft-'- ' lip the almve from the liiijttnuv'.*
■ <I Jan. sth. Is the Convention
B g out the pasience of its live
BmUisso that they consider it only
pine * for laid-up politicians, or has
■ misiial nuinl**r of modest men got
B'< tii.it 1h.,1V ulki arc willing to ad-
Hi' nt other men are better fitted for
H place •'
■There a place in I.ycoming County
H liM l ti'i'g m Hill, tbat seems deter
ni| -<: t j t \o notority. Not long
■ ' <> man living in that locality re-
an addition to his frinily of a"f
"f twins, w ii*h he named Grant
icy. Now it is said the ladies
'he phi,-have declared luirelenting
against all gentlemen wearing
whiskers. Whether this last
■k'ht- from a dislike of the General of
n:| me. or from an objection to the
"cut" of the beard don't ap-
H
hillings is to he at Wellsboro on
e -tli inst. lie gushes at the coni
:, tee of the Hermaic Society thusly:
Eft BUTR 0,,,.—EH Klosed please And
■" Hollars— if ,/?/ kon. My price is su
and 4t cents. I may discount
so dollars, but shall insist on the 4i
Tours .ifbcksbionately,
JOSJI Hit. LINOS."
I *r. Albert Goodsell, in chopping 'up
hemlock tree recently, found inv
■ftMwl in the very centre of a hard dry
a white wood grub. Any one whe
, AS the character of hemlock knot?
appreciate the boring ability of thit
Old I AN is dt\ul —tluit good old dog.
I >-< uioi i will she follow the track of
the bounding deer, no more will her
d< r p-nnn ti.ed baying bring joy to the
hunter's in art.
She was the property of Mr. Cyrenus !
S. Junes, for years had been considered
one of the institutions of the village
and wns known to every inhabitant for |
miles around. True, she was cnly a :
dog, Put then theie is honor in being a '
good dog.
, The " bear hunt" resulted in the kill
ing of tlie bear in a laurel patce near!
Flynn's, on Pine Creek. It seems the
snow was too much for any extensive
I travelling on the part of his bearship,
and he soon allowed himself to get
within range of the hunter's rifles. He
was in poor condition, but weighed 22<i
l>ounds. Mr. Lyman passed through
here with his trophy on his way home
! last Saturday.
i
Voters of Pot;er, look at this! We
' take the following paragraph from the
I commencement of the leading editorial
: in the 7V'M/ Ai/ituti/f of Janv. It:
During the past two weeks a scheme has
i been developed, having for its oblect the
enrichment of a few land holders and
speculators at the expense of the tax- 1
payers of the county—it being nothing
less tnan the dismemberment of the ;
coimty and tie removal of the county
seat. It is proposed to set off the west- 1
ern townships of Ihookfi'dd. Weirtfield.
< 'lyiui-r, Shippen. Gaines, Elk and jiarts
ot oehuar and Morris to !•* joined with ]
a few townships from the eastern part i
of Potter e unity and erected iptoanew
county, with a county s it at Westfield :
or Gaines—it has not been determined •
which.
It w ill lie seen that this County is as
deeply interested as Tioga in the alnxve '
sehtni' t't enrihh "a ' ■w land-holders
and spiaulatis sat tin < the tax- ,
lwyere," and, we may wld, gratify the .
petty amhit ion of a tew local politicians. .
It does in a vol am car what footing the .
project h; s i'i our < ouut-y. but we are |
certain a la g ■ maj :fy .of the people
will be op posed to it. As far as this
County is concerned no neimssitv for it J
exists. Potter is only :e \veiugo sized j.
county; is coinfactly shaped ; .nil has
no luiin icrs to free communication in
side its nordcrs—cspeeialiy l.oue be- i
l ween the eastern and western sections. *
We call the attention of the p. opleto '
tliir. sui'jict, and tin y will uo well to •
look alter it, for schemers uie sometimes H
suei-<*sstul when left to themselves.
ft ir. astonishing to us now men will J
run after "sLunge gods." Wt heard,
liic otiiei day, >i a iuruier mar Couders-
NViIH vt' HIS nill P It'T ci^Lt
dollars to a stranger for a sewing ma- "
chine, when lie could have bought pre
cisely the same kind of a machine of a i
resjionsible merchant in Coudersport for n
sixty-five dollars. *
Owing to the extra work we have been
obliged to jierforin in enlarging the pa- t
lei and changing our office, we are one
day behind-time iu our issue tins w*ek. -
We have gat our new press anil it does ,
liisl-class work, out it anyone luinksit
i.- any an easy iitacbine o l no in its pres- , •
ent condition, betoi eit has >l siuooined !
and oiled down to its woVK. just, let luein
ny ir tor ua.lt an bom — chat s ail. Our
"•Imys" are entitled to tiie maiiksot HI 11
w ho are iniercsted in the pajier for get- j
ting out this week's issue as soon a> they j
have.
A coin inimical itm from E. T. TleiiUy ' '
under date of Jan. Ist. is?:;, to the Ti< rt .
li-jibd' r, and published in tnnt paper of :
the 7111. says he has made three obser
vations a day of tin* temp raturc of the
weather during the year 1>72. and I'r< in
these it appears t tat Dec. tilth was the, ,
coldest day of the year, the average for
the day being s U*iow /.ero. The cold
est obyrvatioiis were ITb. gd and Dec.
grth, being 1- I. low zero.
John I . lioiiiiiiHiUt wit" has just it- ,
t ired from the oiiice ot IM'olhonotary of
Tioga (.'ounty. has held that oiiice for
thirty-three consecutive years, having
l-*n elected by the jH'ople eleven times;
bis lirst election being in iSoth luad-i
(licittil to litis be held the office about
two years under an appointment from
Gov. Kilner.
The steady rains o! iht last tiiiily-six
hours have raised the stieamsand brok
en up the ice to sui li all extent that
there is great dung* r of the bridges be
ing carried off. A - we go to puss a
large nuiiiiiei' of men are at work try
ing to get at' anuel through tlie ic<
jams.
t or tin it.form;.ti >u of soldiers who.
s(i\cd in the Federal army during the j
late war we would state that the bounty !
law of lHib will txpire on the lilst inst. |
All v,ho have claims under litis law j
should make their application immedi :
ately. as they will lost their last cnano j
of obtaining bounty und. r tin* pro vis j
ions ot this statute afctei that date.
The /'■<( a'. : ii I'"hr( is credited witi j
the statement that a fanner saved a]
laigii ; mount ol clover s eii by cult in: !
a wire boil.in in the trough in whirl.'
licfull.i.s stock tlu* wio in ing two o;
l!ai e iiH'l i s abovt the close bottom o
t la* trough. 'J'iie stock in pulling tin
■ clover hay from tin- rack scattered tin
sect 1 almost pure liuough the wire inti
r lot* rec-{)taclc below.
The Aid''" Ail's has the following
■ not ice of our nt ighlmring village of Poi t
Allegany:
Two years ago—and even less—l'oil
1 Allegany was almost unknown to the
" outside world. We lielieve it was des
erilxtl iu tin* gazeteers as *'a post villagi
I located on the head-waters of tin* All'*-
i) ganv river, in the lumber region of
t Pennsylvania."—And it was generally
(| believed that the village occupied a more
promiueiit josition in the gazeteer than
she was justly entitled to in jxiint of
fact. Those who Fad heard Port Alle
gany spoken of rightly believed it to U*
an isolated place with a mixed popttla
-1 tion of •'bears and Yankees, Democrats
k and frogs," with the Democratic-Yan
y kee element entirely left out.
Well, that was before the advent of
s the new railroad, whiclt now places this
village in direct and easy comiuunica
ls tion with Buffalo city "and all points
east and wrest."
£oral Notices.
MSWAKD Mm ING. —There is one es
tablishment in our thriving town that
has stood the test now for some eight
years, and it is with pride that we can
say that they arc still onward moving,
'.have been weighed in ,the buitmce apd
I found not wanting. There are but few.
1 we may say not more e i: .one ii a hun
dred, that has [jassco through and over-1
come the oppe.iit.ion that Mr. C. 11. <im
j mons, the proprmior of the tiegnlntors.
has. llis hotn st, open, fearless manner
of doing business, on thego-a'iead order 1
doing more hnsiness iu one dav. jirobji-?
bly. than nearly all the rest of our town;
cutting prices down so much below I
what most merchants were in the habit j
"t paying in New York. Let the oppo-'
sition to concentrate and to cry down'
the Regulator man, and if we should
undertake to name the devices used we
should, we fear, rob our l eaders of much
valuable news that they expect, but suf
fice it to say that Mr. Simmons still
lives, and to-day is doing more business, 1
probably, than any two merchants on
the Erie Railroad; and the better the
customers know him and his clerks the
better they like to trade with them. In
addition to his liveditlcrentdemirtments
he has started a wholesale lit Hit and "
Nhoe Manufactory at No. -3 Regulator
Block and is already doing a large job
bing t ittile iu this line, an establishment
long needed in WclLsvill.**, and we hope
and trust that, like all his former uu
ilertakings. it may succeed.
IF you want - ksl s< wing Machine
try Lie Singer -A. M. Reynolds, Agent.
T (i\v> "-rile ; el Poo] Treasure- rs
having d inands against the kite ( • v.- 0
t> 'i'reasuit.r can have their accounts
settled by calling on Dan Baker. Ks'p,
at the Recorder's Ofiice, ('oudersport,
I'a. A. L. HARVEY, CO. Trent:. s
GALL on A. AI. Reynolds for your
Dental work—all work warrant d to
give salisfactio.i.
A\ I" ictl of CO r Z"*: r. r:-.
'• Xeir York (p'tttereer has pas.sc.l throuirli (
i..'- ni-' led), MUX soirlsout amavon thesccill'l lilty
year* witii tt I • i v*r !l>t of r.-u < •!> uii ii.vre iiif
tiicroiis frlcii'K riin>'*vei su..|| -r-ii-lv .••-mi
nf prosperity is M. xaoipleo, amt ln pties . 0..
(|< VF j.| }! F jr - -ii t (S
nf it paper which has alwj.vs jidvccatC'l those
: . I.K-I|'l • • l iel :.Hie !!•• rl:e ; UUons of
itok ry ittcl "(Mel py'veeipee! '. OrthrM'"*! *n tl e
truest , I loth i,i I'ltureh j.hi st-it'. i,., ia:la
• -I i Ri.V.Ms jr.so-l M"no .|o up,]• s l,. ,s |l
- 'o mve ine.erv stllis< liliel for Is;:; ar, appro- 1
rrvtnn *'ter | ./,'* /'• TIXIT-lJiHik. Those I
•>\ ho c .s'-'-ii *.viii have no ems i rejrrei r'o-'
■-Ic-p. u y ,i.-. Sidney E. Morse A Co.,
' A\ i\. a now. Y0i... :
IftHK H X I.E. at this
l.iruvr presses—a Itroiistrup 11.-tiid
|ress ... ..SO ~\ I.i ALSO,
aIN OOLFS : *,::;) .1 • •., x • is*; •••
eli.ise. I loth pr ssc -in p<eid order.
Waller Well*, fthefl v. 4 Idv.
has jiisi rHifivd Irom New York with a IHIUTP "
slot .. ot In-y (iooiie, 7{etnty-mrtite t'/(>/z/////,
Tkoo's .f SAoe*, t/att d- Cup*, A'otiou*, tfnr<t-
Hitfe, Crockery, and a tun line ot ffrocene*.
11• 'id* llNn pld to se.l i.i oull.lloH ij.'h" si
of Htutr. 'J'ftj'A, f'orti .Metti ;'*-'l J-'eed , win It
.in .-e ooere*! a> t.is :*.p I'II - t-.t! /. !!:esai..e..
..|"s Tv V" s r ~|-e iv V'ol' 1 "le or l ir'L vlit :. r *— l - ,
Hue.' ain i shi iik ics o.kcu iii cA'-liaUije lor JI'OO 1- a!
I'h-nse call and exainiee our stia k liefore pur
!iu i...' . so.'., WELLS A IAY.
ADMIMISTTATOM'S SALE.
It\ V l;7 l 1" of an i.n!e; issued . nt of ti:e Or
[ilians' Ct urt of I'.ittei ('•um'y, ;ui>! t" me direct
r TS-ii! injr date IVc. 10. tit-'. I-A il! e\ JMISP I•> sa'e J
In pnMir ootery. on SATURDAY, the 1W KNTV
Fir ru daj ol JAM AUY, A-l'. 1 ••..at leu o'clock,
a. in., ou tli<* pi. ir.jscs. the folknvinir lU-wiitied
n d estate, all situalc ill the<'<■■ ol) "f l'olter and
state of IN ltlt lyiv.ihk'. t iv i' :
LOT NO. I— V uaided eo' tti :, y.t. !.. Haven (an 1
.liisepii l.iihks: e.isl J. i,. ii.Heps; -niitli liy.l.
L. Uavens: an toil the west liv Huttl iii SHmterlin,
B! iiiiuie It-ieefs. .• IIIUIU Kiilniurii". Itliinla si- <.
iiMiu . (.'. .semieriin. C. I'. Killx.nnie and Matt liew
Ytiunu-- Eotitaiuitig about TM II acres, witli :I
mill pn\iCk' and name crist mill laereoli.
I No 2. —tioun led n iitli to 111 .no Warren;
ea-'-t I ; the Lueieii I'ird lot: •-<inf Ii In II I'. .1 uies ;
and west by .loltn k. Havens. < omaiibiiK about
I oi t\ acres,'about twenty acre it he: eof imiuoved.
i.tn No a. —Bounded north bv A.mina Sumier
ili; east by H. 4'. .tones: sntltll In 11. <'. .I'-lie
Ceorsre Sutton and S. Miiwlar: ami wesl l.ytteo. c
IN .ker. Coiitaiiiinsi alioui iwenty acres, with
a'His.t lifteen acres unproved.
To Is- sold as tlie pioperty of JOHN SCXOEULIN.
deceased. Terms —i n" third radi, one third in i
six inontlis, and one-third in tweire immlUs after (
I'oiiftrmatioii. W. BEACH,
.Wie'i. i I'i I. nf .//i". nit nil 'tin, J'-cV. I
sninlertiiivilb*. Dee. 1 ". 1572.
I
Si ttsi KUTIOSS to |h Hi.Halo Daily -'E:x
presK" ami tie Elmira Bail) "Adver
tiser" re. , ived and forwarded li>
Lkely Artiinr B. Mann.
Kstra^.
Came to the pr -iiu.-es ol tii • suliserllier, a'**mt '
the middle ol Septciiiiier, a ...u.i it . a., i wane
yearll.ix steer. The owner i .ei,.lesl i-. toco -.e j
.orward, prove prupecy, p..; chu -• , mi" -at' - i
• 'iai aw at.
& i.;\.i ANN Al HI s.
Avres llill, Dec. It. fs;a.
Fartnerc-hip S-oticc.
:rp k > v.-..a-:-.>Fp ni rfnlly announce to Fit
1. p'.ihlic liiat taey have this day enfi •
n-pa. Ui In. In mercantile luisiuess m Oswavo.
j Fa., win •( v, ,11 lie t Piii.l a a 'end assort! - "-, t"i 1
i iiieicliaadisc asmill) k'-plL'.t 'Ui,u-> si in, * -i
' 'hey oiler tow foi cds/i. --
' I- '. AMI. I v., I V. ALLEI; VI 1
j /.' •!, . .2.1 t "AN t- Yl.
italic?
I J-. - 'sy ' v ulv.-a '...it .la.' - 11. i ■ ter u'-t.'i .• '
I ru.-; • ) ! MM "T IN. • - '■• 1-IS ... 1..'-'..'.
...
-oavrtt'l d I v.o offl:.- . '. f. no\: •• I.
.
to II wv i ra mi w .at ve.. aw a. dete.i •
pet l p.- • fhem aid.. • i J. i 1.C..
f- i- , 14;2. ■ i i- ... jo
l . E. i "- If.
AdniinUirator's rxot'ce,
iK. 1 As, l.'-M* s>• i I '.AtiO.i to 1'
estate of 1 1 ran n. J>e ,t, la! • ..i Brooklan 1. !
ter county, I'-i.. deceased, have lieca granted i
I he - i ia- fint. L.ted to s ad ei-i *
,t.e risO't'sied to mde ."mediate pawreat. in
havi.'tf. •.itji-so. '• i. a..: .dialu . Uie e.si..: j
ot the sp t ilccede-.t wilt I'iFke ke.nvu fie sac.,
•vithont deli!., to ( 11 hi AAt DES'i,
I'.f-oohbiiui, Be<. 3", ISIS.
Executor's Notice.
V.'IfEoFAN. letter TesVncnfß'y to tlie estu*'
ol Miriam vio.noe. late ol itic tlorc ,e" cf ' >vi--
V.lle, l'rtftf r eor-'IT) I'll.. ' ri "'anted •" tin
snl'Si rdier. nil per oils iml(ti*d to said estate ar.
requested to irake immediate pa-vaunt, and those
havnnr cliiitns or denidiids aealnsi the estate it
the said decedent will make known toe saifie.
without detav, to (tUU. W. WAKIi,
Lewisville, Dee. 2, JS72. Execvtor.
Notice.
Juy wife, Florence Smith, bavins left m> tied
and' board without just cause or provocation; I (
1 hereby caution all persons against harboring or
1 trusting her on inv aeeoimt, as I shall pay no debts
ol her contracting after this date.
LEVI G. SMITH. |
Harrison. Dec. as. vm ZB~* '
Estray.
Citine to lie premise.- ot the Ml' tcrih rin West
Branch township, a Sjh,tte I re - u. i- - tut* year-
a "t- ''all. I'he owner aril pro, pro., rty, pay
eharr is, and take ihe sum ; awi .
. , JO J•: BU.;I:TYS.
i? eafc iran>-o, I'm. Bi-c, --J.
Edward Forster,
DCatsß rr
Groceries & Provisions,
' * !
MAIN STREET above SECOND,
COUDERSPCHT, PA.
i
A FD.L SUPPLY OF
FLOTJR. SUGAR,
SPICES, SYRUP,
CHEESE,
HAM, PISII,
TOBACCO, SNUFF,
ftc., ftp.,
K MPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
V specialty made of
nnd Coff*? r ,
of which f In Vf the
I'.nrmd Titbit
Stock in town.
All floods sold rifKA p for CASH (inly.
Call ami examine before purchasing elsewhere.
I.nw Vltl) FOUNT Lit
i 1
A. M. Koyiu.lds,
HXTJ.ST.
"f Coudrr. Wirt, l'a. ,
O tHxte<> It' . '
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THE
iGitejii Hoißi
AND
* Ja. '|
General Stage OfT'ce
II is i.rr-n mcriTTEt) ">/ KKFi iiMenro/com
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n- - T \ ■ J'
and is now of> r n to the I'l'll 1.1 V-
Th- TAIM.E will hp kept in FIK6T-TLA*S stye. ,
urn! no lutmr or sparctl to moke it n
FtRST-CLASS HOTEL,
GOOD SI'A It 1.1 A <r, ami careful Hostlers
always in attendance. I
'flu OI.DTIMK /siyilarity of the Hotel wit I he
FUI.I V MAINTAINED I'll the present Proprietor, i
who now so'irits the patremaye. of treivellers and
the jiuh'ic (/**>, rally.
I>. F. (iI.ASS.MIIiE, Jr.,
131 PROPKUTIIR
COLE &. SON,
I'KOi'HIEIOKS UF TUB
blckim ih end Wapn-shof,
Ecccnd Street, (between Main L West, >
—Xorth Ut'l", —
COUDEKSPOLT, PA.
li A(JOAS %
CAR 111 A dES cud
SI.JRf *J<V> i f <iil di v fipthll*
vmimfacuirrti t i : r customers a'.'l warranto I. |
I*i i 11m utWhyi at r eu lytl tu |;rwptl
• * >r.M <•+■ '~.t iiTj'l exiK"', Ipijp •! worfrw.? tii •n*
yilirv 11) hoth shojje to lto t lie* <>f
toivc:
rr< rpasor.-iHe f°r rasTi or rcjulf r-' ,r .
Ml*. COLE & SON.
}. GLP.SE ?. c ofi,
Cprpenter ?nd Joirer
; Con Pcnn'n.
fONTT?ACTS fo- ?P tlnd" ~f PT'TI.PP <"f—
and materials furnished.
!
POOP.?. FUNDS nid S.ASH kept corsfuitly on
hand or meiirfabttired t*i order.
CASH raid for TINE LUMBER.
J. GLASE A SON.
Labor Saver,s, Read!
I have constantly 011 hand the new
3SSGER SEWING MACHINE
■ '
ith aE the lfttest improvements.
He STVc i■■ js a 'oek ri r't lnnrliin , an'
? heaiiiiful.even and uniform sfiteh which
I) 1 not ravel and is alike on both sices.
'T Hems, Braids, Cords, Tucks Quills, Rind-,
Iliins, knioroldeiUuflk-,, and does all kind- id
work on tlie lmest muslin 01 the heaviest full- •
ClotiL
It is the h.st machine for ill work Over "C.'XW i
more slMJhlis sold last year ihail any oilier 1
kind made, —according to sworn returns.
All EXTRAS kept constantly on hand.
OLD MACHINES of any make repaired in a
workmanlike manner.
I
Bcwiny Machine Oil always on hand.
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and examine
the SI NO Lit MACHINE.
Office in Olmsted Klnok. (Xrconrt floor).
A. . REYNOLDS.
122-lyll Aye,it.
E. O. EEES.
*
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER.
i
DEALER IN
Watclios,
Cloel.s.
,T cvvrd ry.
Silvi'V-pl:vt''l Wiiro.
GlilNSi-ir .V Sprflil<'l< , !S,
Fiwliinf
Guuis suit! Ainiinu.i!ioii,
.V v., Ac., i-.c.
VVALTHAM WATCHES
SOI.D AT I'KK'E 1.1 si" OF
IIOWAIII) A
( Si)o lir'unl U'IIJI. . } .
Ilni'riEiyo (LONETESMRWRINR innuuer and WAK
SFJ OND STKFET, Fast <f MAIN ST..
(DIKE'S BL 11.1 UN(.,)
COUDFRSI'FbtT. f \
I I
COUDERSPORT
CLOTHIfiG STORE!
ALL KINDS OF
Ready (vice Clothing,
rlwiTS, CriiS, Tb-VKKo, v oLiiil',
AND
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
( v on *u.l f v
CHEAP as tiro CHEAPEST !!
MEN and HOYS SO LT>
TO COKItESTOND WITII TIIE
fcat^fciCTSr.
This heing the rally in thi
■ place devoted exclusively to the
tflotkiuQ r .iiuss
I pr.n sell CUBAFEU to my f.'ustonicrs than tlmse
i who do nil make CL'iiJljAtj a M'EUALTV can
offonl to.
C;i 1 .md see my stock and 1 vrtll satis
faction.
H. L. GF.IDLEY.
AL>VEIITIS"E
IN TIIE
Journal & News Item.
BASSETTS LIVERY,
Corner MARKET and HUNTER Streets,
'
| (SOI'TH SIDE of the If I VEIL)
I worm respectfully invite the attention of tire
| public to my
LIVERY ESTABLISHMETNT, *■
with the assurance that I can meet every de
| mand for a first class turnout.
Having purchased tlie I.iverv of Amos VcJie, I
| have the only EstaUiislimeal of the kind in this :
section.
lswf J. M. BASSF.TT.
Established in !854.
i
L. D . £ Z' G
;G.IT i.NTERPHISE
The only reliable Gift Distribution in the
Country. s
S 160,C00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
TO HE DIT: in- TLD IS
L. D. Sine's
l.VJth liFGILAH MONTHLY
Gift Enterprise
To be drawn Monday, Feb. 17, I.V7J.
TWO GRAND CAPITALS CP
siijjGvjO tJctcii iii GtiL?3/. _..
X y'ritet Si (J O O / ' . ,
- *"Hpenbcc|(s!
iQ 7'rite* $ /OO D
1 nu.ae iti.d riug. ■, w.tii Siive.-mounted harness,
. a. i, t .
' line fiue-loned l.osewoo-l riano, worth 5s"0!
rearainily bewing .'•.at ai i s, - wo tu $<••• va li.
Five Dold *\V'it' !ies ai d e'hai..s, wortli id i ea h .
, Five Cull Ai-.e.leao UiCuc.-, Win 111
l.ell.
den i.uiiies' hold lluntiug . uuaii-s, worth * a
u 1..
-HI irohl unit Nile- r I/ vcr lluntinu H'"t< /,es tin
■',! worth jmm *-■ to i" u.
1 fin! l Chains, sjive -ware. Jewelry, \e , Ac.
'.r.OiE NUftlßfch fclHs •hull'.* Ilufttli LirY.ilEu
Iw W - . ucb.
AUEVIM WASTI lllosrll I iekels. to
uliom lib. ral |irc-iiiiuinw will lie |ianl
SIR-VTET'CLEY-F! J W IX TI-LN'-SW;
'i welve'lielielstiiO; i" vv ■ll > -
jive 'J"i Si( 1- :k-J, >.
v in u.a.a eon.umiiiir a roll list oi prizes, a de -
•i . Ill; 111 .111, hO lI.IPI 111-
'.< —nation io r.-fi • t-> ttic lei -i •• -it; i. ••!!. 1 1
• ScHl t*> HTIV Ollf til • IPI 11E tntMll. x\i! lU r> lliu^l
' Ufi.' S>tiu it*
VN-' fKC R. L. D. SINE. Foi 86.
. MI W. FIFTH ST. CINCIN XATI, f.
g • U * [1 Y' V* fi •fj C "f b L r
if :<J I. rl i ■ : (_ i Ili L
Tar OdiJiel.
r.'.vTi:;LV GREAT FEJIFDV
IOK THC
TliG Cr.t and Lun^s.
Ii i- _ i . us to inform the public that
i.i . it .- lhi.e 'Free *!ai ' ir- a:,
. ■ ii . d I.i. i t diseases, 1 i- gamed an
•' •'••!,.w from the At a .He to the Da
el e co'tsi. alio from theiie.- in some of the lirst
.aiinlie.-, of i.uroiie. not ihro.igli the press alone,
.11. . a-,-..out tile States actually hen-
Cll'le Mid ••HII • otliee. While he puiillshes
' a or- ■ ers. In- is unable to supply
i the deieaiid, i e :.. and holds its reputation—
y-*t: ' • . ! ire lough, luit by loosening
| i - .i.i e . ..tin-* to throw off the unhealthy
ti:..: r.o. e, ito about tlie Urro.it and bronchial
tube. , v: re -s .r.oatioii.
Sci.uie: u relieves the (;ose i.f initation,
wliii i ... i.. i,e■' • I ~ i . he 1..1K ui.sinciiihiuiie
illld hr.'iK ii I i ibes. . (■ o li.o 1111 re- to mt an,
throw off the unheai'hy HJ, retions, ai.d purines
the blood.
Thirl: If is ;• - ■ r-r m sq.ilPs,l.a.e i, ipe- •••• -.d
o|iiuiu ot which most throat and lour i< . . .lit
are composed, >viiieu allay cough only, u .
gani/. ■ the i.t. rriae . It Iras a soi ldir.g e et <'•
the sto .tc . acts on th liver and kidneys, an
lymphatic an! ierv 'is r 'glons, thus rea rhiue
everv |ia<t of the. svsiem, a id in its ui' lr'ea'iu'
llUd poriliillK eileels It uu K,.i:e:o a . i-trulutlor
w'Uieii .i l.iu. i 'hi u ovc all ether in the .... ' t. '
X-TCU TICE.
The Piuo Tiee Trr Corel"'?. 1 ,
' A:h •?*'. r -i:i rTK,
- - >UD
VvOPfvl tCCAR DTCPS
itoli - i.i'or ii. i ■•iin, diate direithn, they shul
I no lose 1 heir ( ulaD' • enalities by the use of eu-iip
| .i..u i .... a Ikies.
Hr;;nY R. wishakt,
FTEE or CHARGE
Dr. I . (/. C. Wish ; t's purloin are npci
en Mouda; s. Tuesday# ami \\ eUnts lays from u a
to., to f> p. in. lor consultation hv Dr. Win. T. Ma-.
get. WUh hin. are .is. oela'ed two con.suiru g p'ty
. -ieinns of a Vnowh d (i ability. This op,.onuni
ty is not offered by any other i. sfltution in tht
city.
All l.etlev* crut be rddrossed tu
L. Q. C. WISHAET, M.D,
NO. 232 N. SE; ONI) ST.,
Pliilatielpliia.
FCBnTDRE!!
I
W. H. COATG & SON,
MiioLhbALfc AND KLIAIL
BF-AT.ERS IK

PARLOR, CHAMBER,
—AKD—
COMMON FURNITURE,
VVELLSVILLE, N. Y.
T> ■ *i.i- ':iii to <ro au<l see their lurare Stock of
(in if.
i , manufacture ai>out fifteen different styles
of i ( .r Di (. a 1 :rit, Ash, and Painted
v,o i-ts.-resc! • to the Whole aletrai e
hroiuhoc -sum New York, Ohio ami Pen: -
H|.,i „;i, ,!.il . ive :io aupritor for workmanship,
! bt> le or
.VI.JL I'AliLOli WORK
i ade of the Rest material and wurraute lis
ri*| ris< itod. ill •> arei tensive lnanufactmersof
, InrIITUBS,
a.i.l ivt"-' ;':i i- nude frori kiln- rh'tl lumber,
<i . wa.ii.ati i uot t' t tune apart.
All low ! t i •uiilze tills firm anil-save
o<*, at. .1. .. • . .a I! pay J rotttM to .-it . IIIHTI
'.II , oi to lailii ail ■ •tiipiai
io a.. I act- ihetr extensive s'wk. The,, keep
5,)....., .1- , rl • ■-, l •••
.•.II I i ii si T.il i- 'H A*h >''
I. Ui.mt, :.i(ii!.ii.o-< I "1 ales,
u uo. ... .h...g ..aiul.y ..oiil ... Kuruiti • '.-■le.es.
I". D. TREAD WELL,
WsHcvills, N. V.,
Has jus' ntnr \* I from Nc*.v Vc**': with a larjrc
B WVL O K OT
Scots and Shoos,
LUTHER and SI.GE FikfilNGS.
LOOK AT THE PRICES!
AY "ir*""' "rtrrrn.? from 50c. to 81.7 >
" LEATUKK LACE Boots 90c. " 1.75
•' KOKOCCO " " 81.00 1.25
MEN'S TUICK BOOTS 2.50 " ;oo
" KII* " 2.73 " )
Small Shoes, from 30 cer.ts upwards.
Sole Leather, so rnil Si cents per j onnd.
Shoe Findings ot all kinds, v y neap.
Remember the place,—directly opposite the
Howell House.
ARTHUR B. MANN,
General Insurance
LLSTXCTFCIXT announces that lie lathe repte
e for
COU2EK3POBT
and VICINITY of the following named INSLIJANCE
COMPANIES.
IXSI LANCE COMPANY or NOP.BII ANILR.
it A- —A l.i le.iao.e, oitl Company was in
uojpo.uuU in 1791, and 101 Jt.ole tl.i.u
seventy j ci ] a>i Juts tl< i.e a sale
ami muuiuu.ive business. anil today
lanKsas >la• l 1 i.e "No. 1" < < |i|iniil|n •if
All.clka. —Assets, 83,212,17 .!S>
I 1 HAN KLIN 11111. IXBCIUNCE COMPA ..
—invurp. ia..A' in lt:
A som o anuaiy 1,181 2, $ 3 2.V .7 i
/ijMsi" fuytwj c/itouiroi 8119, no
PEN N b YLVAN IA PIKE l.NslliA.M L COM
PAN\ instituted 182 .
As els, 8 1,12-1,306.37
WILLI.v I'M; 1 PIKE INbU.-vMi. iJOoi-
PAN Y.— cash Capital. SII/O,L*A>.OTJ.
■ r
V ONNECIICUT MPI CA]. LU t INS. CO., and
Hie MJ_I.CII.YN LB LILI. INB. CU. UL NEW
York.
Policies issued, in <uiy of the abort*
, I r"
earned reliable Companies at
I
rta.jada.rcl rates.
AKTHIB B. MANX.

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