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The Potter Journal
COUDERSPORT, PA., Mwr.21,1873
Wk are indebted to lion. C. S.
Jones for Ileport of the Adjutant-
General for I*72—also for Legisla
A Ntw paj>er, the Ti'tga Express,
is about to l>e started under the edi
torial charge of a former Coudersport
boys, Will. P. Butterworth. We
wish liirn great success.
Coudersport Library Association.
This institution is one from which
we ho|ie great good in the future to
our young jteople who cultivate a love
for reading and who wish to use all
tlie means in their ]ower to make
themselves intelligent and interest
ing members of society, and to those
who are older who wish to retain
what was learned in their school-days
and to keep some trace of the world's
progress. In these directions our
abundant periodical literature is per
haps the lies*, assistant, and it is a
happy thing for the country that there
are so many valuable papers and mag
azines taken and read—l wish there
fewer of other sorts. But we need
books also, and those best provided
with them in their own homes are
often the tines who most avail them
selves of the additional help afforded
by the Library.
There nr.- so many books that we
n* ed for reference or occasional ex
amination. as we go to a dictionary
or encyclopedia, that a circulating li
brary containing some supply of them
is of great value in a neighborhood.
This Library is small, far too small
for our needs, and the funds are too
low to admit of additions being made
to it, but there is still much in it that
is \ aluable, and it will, we trust, serve
as a nucleus around which to gather
not only books and reading matter of
tin' best kinds but specimens in nat
ural history, botany, geology and—
in time—other seieuei s. It is now
in the semi-torpid state in which so
many of our great literary institu
tions have lain for often a lung period
of their earh existence. Shall we
lie cureless of it and let it die, and
then, perhaps, have to begin again
at the beginning and go through the
whole process of building up a libra it
and scientific museum in later years?
M ould ii not le liettcr to give sonic
attention to improving what we have
and mjiking it more valuable for daily '
use as well as to put it on a footing
where it will grow of itself. What is
needed ti'st is that all meuiliers of
the Association who are in arrears
should pay their dues, titty cents jer
annum, and attend meetings and see
that such officers as they wish are
elected to manage its affairs. The
amount is so small that it seems as if
any one might see that it was ri-gti
Then the oflkvrs should devise
sonic plan, by suhseription or other
wise, to add to the funds 011 hand
sufficiently to procure some addition
of new and standard books at once.
The hooks are now kept in good
order at Miss Metzger's store, ami
persons seeking them are attended to
promptly and courteously. Being
near the centre of the village, the Li
hrarv is easily accessible to all. We
wish to make it useful to all and to
so improve its condition by additions
to it and additional interest in it. that
when the lecture season opens again
wi-mii) In- able to secure some speak
ers who shall st imulatc our whole jeo
lile to make new advances. We wish
this society to become a bencht. not
only to this immediate vicinity but
to the whole County; and that ail
will feel anxious to a-sisl in making
collections that shall la- helpful to
themselves Mid others.
of plants nicely pressed and arranged;
of insects, with some account of their
habits; of fungi more or less curious;
of birds and little quadrupeds; if
brought by those wtio have oppor
tunity to observe and procure them,
wmld soon make a valuable collec
tion and eases would provided for
We trust many of our young peo
ple will feel sufficiently interested to
do something for the Library, its sup
port and increase, and that we shall
reunmWr that as far as knowledge
slid science go we are all young
very VOling indeed.
Tho .Light Tax.
In the olden time when )>eople had
to deny themselves much of the
light of Heaven because a tax was
laid on every pane of glass, there
was no need of Venetian blinds or
costly window draperies, unless it
were to hide the deficiency, rather
than aubdm- Hie glare of light.
Now that glass is plentiful and
clear, almost as the light itself, it
breaks with a facility unexampled in
earlier davs. We sit down to read
of an evening, or to write to a friend,
with head bow* d a little, when a sud
den click sound-, and a shower of
hot tflass is thrown over us, singeing
hair, burning the flesh and scorching
or cutting books, papers and table
cover. We get up, cleat up the ta
ble, and take a new chimney, *4eylin
ger," as the Hermans say, turn down
the flame till one can just see, and
presently another click—another me
teoric shower, and another errand to
to the place whence glassware Com
eth. There some money must Ih*
paid, some labor must earn the mon
ey, and on the whole, we conclude as
our fathers did, that the "light" tax is
a pretty heavy one.
Wt are glad to note censures pass- j
ed upon the Congressmen who voted j
themselves extra pay—and very glad i
indeed that some have shown them
selves too conscientious to receive it. i
Mr. Hoar of Massachusetts i> said j
to have received his and distributed it
among charitable institutions. We
cannot see that that mended the mat-,
terat all. I f weave robbed,does it eon- f
sole our sense of justice to see our j
money given to the poor?
Our own Legislature seems in
clined to follow the example of Con- :
gress in voting themselves extra pay.
The Appropriation bill i< reported, 1
giving $ 1,500.00 to each number.
We hope this will not pass. It
gentlemen in tiie Legislature are not
satisfied with their remuneration as it
has 'icen of late, let them -eek other
fields for their activities. The State
will not suffer by their doing so,ami
it is hardly credible that any gent le
nt an was forced into the position of
legislator, so much against his will
that he cannot endure it for one ses
sion. Let them Ik- industrious and
get through—adjourn and go to
work at whatever more profitable
business has been interrupted by their J
We would like to see good men and
true show that they feel the honor
of a position in the Legislature of
the Slate to be something, and a de
termination to make it still more.
ILLINOIS! \ INOUKSS M K\ (T:\sr N KI .
—('hii-oijo. Mar. li —Tin- Illinois House
of Representatives to-day. by a vote of
ins to 1. adopted a resolution severely
censuring the Illinois Congressmen who
voted to increase their salaries.
SbVLKAL. joUliiills in* piU'iishillg a
black list comprising the namesof such
inemliers of Congress as voted for the
inerea.se of their salaries. There is not
so iiiueh importance in this as in re
membering their names aUnit the time
the nominating conventions are lieilig
arranged for. < )nce in nomination, and
party discipline will carry them through
an election. What is more particular
ly needed is that such ltc prevented from
obtaining nominations again.
CON'UUKSSMAN KoiSIIUTS KKKISICS
BACK PAY. -The 11011. Ceo. S. Roiit
well. Secretary IT.l T . S. Treasury. —/><"•
Sir: I have tliis day instructed the
Sergeant-a t-nrnis of the House of Keje
reseutatives to pay into the Treas
ury of the t'nited Stales the amount
of my back pay ;s a member of the
XI.I Id Congress. Having vott d against
the bill for the increase of pay, chiefly
in consequence of thispa rl ie ula r feature,
I would not feel justified in accepting
money, the granting of which I opposed
with m> vote.
I will further say that I was undecid
ed whether to distribute the amount
among the charities of my ('ongressional
district or turn it over to the Treasury
of the United States; but, on consider
ation. I deem the course- 1 have taken
the proper one under the circumstances.
W U. 1.1 \M It. lioIIKKTS,
b'ifUt o7 tor*
M.w \oKK, MarHt 11, PCI
Di \K Joi'RN \i.: In a late miinlier
you noticed the result of our election
on temperance. It is true the county
went .">OO in favor of licensed houses.
I had something to do with the elec
tion, for 1 spent the day at and
around the polls. Neither did I lose
my vo'o-, fur a \o?.' in the right di
rection can't 1h; lost.
It must be remembered that we
live high up in the air, they say, on
the ''dividing ridge," and show me a
spring where the water di\ ides. One
drop liounds for the Chesapeake with
its "hey-ho;" the other cheerily, "go
on, but I'm for the Ohio."
It is said that twenty feet of snow
has fallen here this winter. Those
who have measured carefully liefore
it melted or drifted on these Allegany
heights make the astonishing asser
tion ; with high winds, piercing cold,
the sun hid liehind dark clouds, not
allowing us to make even a snow-ball
for months. No wonder that the
bold lumberman thinks he needs a
little gin to warm his frozen stomach.
The deer submit to have tluMr throats
cut, rather than die of starvation, and
the rumsellers are doing a big bust
ness, for their customers are picked
up in the street dead, like frozen po
tatoes: but they make ten where
they kill one, so it's l<est to stop 'em.
We all prefer the Illinois law-, and
.will give it a good support when it
conies round. 11. L. BIRO.
ELK OOCSTT, March 4,1*73.
A LETTER from C. Vickers, South
brook, Cottouwood co., Minnesota,
corrects a statement copied from the
Philadelphia Press, into this paper,
to the effect that, government lands
in Minn., had been mostly taken up.
Our correspondent says: "There are
from ." to 100,000 acres can lie
taken any time along the St. Paul
and Sioux City railroad line, in Mur
ray, Nobles and Pijiestone counties;
that scarcely one-third of the govern
ment lands are taken up." He also
recommends all inquirers to apply
to Elder John Crapsy, Heron Lake,
Jackson co., Minnesota.
WE HAVE received a number of the
Alaska Herald , :i quarto sheet aliout
10 inches by 14. It is not published
in Alaska but in San Francisco, and
seems more intent on proving the
value of this arctic Accession to our
country than on living in it.
It is printed partly in English and
partly in Russian—so we infer froiu
the following extract from the edi
torial notes. Not being acquainted
with either language we should not
know but that it was "heathen
As it is in ordej now to print ser
mons, we make room for one in the
present number. We intend to keep
the Herald fully up with t lie times. The
eloquent divine whose lips gave utter
ance to tle words of wisdom and charity
which we place before our readers, never
occupied a ten-thousand dollar pulpit,
and never was " called " from place to
place by tempting offers of an increase
of salary : but his heart was full of love
for his fellow men. and bis life was de
voted to works of mercy and words of
sympathy. We think we cannot make
a Utter selection, nor one which would
lie newer to many of our friends, al
though the sermon has Ken in print for
sonic years. We give it in Russian cha
racters ; il this presents an obstacle to
any who are of an inquiring mind, we
would say that most of our religious
publishing houses can supply the work
from wh.'ch it is copied, in almost any
THEY have had a long and enthusi
astic "Local Option" meeting in
Williamsport. and passed some
thoroiigii-goiiig resolutions such as
we ought all to pass, and act upon:
Rtsolrnl, Ry the citizens of William
sport in mass meeting assembled, that
we will do \ i.j. within our (tower, to
enforce the law, both by our influence
and our means, and thus secure the
rights under the law against license
which was enacted by the Legislature,
and accepted by the jieople of this city
and county through the ballot b>x.
11(solrnl. That 1 lie following persons,
via: A. UpdegraiT. L. 1. Campbell, J.
G. I hutch, John Merry, Thomas lJeii
uett, L. SheftVi, J. IJ. G. Kinsloe, A.
IX Luudy, Henry Itiown, S. N. Wil
liams. Ezra (.'anfield, and Stephen Har
rison lie apiKinbtl a committee for the
city of Williamsport, with power to aji-
IHiint s(iecial committer's, and do all
things in their discretion that may lie
necessary for a full enforcement of the
law before the courts, and to conduct
prosecutions against the violators of the
law for selling intoxicating liquors, ami
to take such other necessary measures
as they may deem projier in the prem
Kesolrrd, That we advise said Execu
tive Committee to solicit a fund from
the inhabitants of this city to carry out
the object of these resolutions, and we
hereby pledge ourselves to aid and as
sist said committee in performing their
That the Mayor of this city
lie requested to instruct the Police force
of this city to see that the Local Option
law is enforced.
Toy Jewish Mr**rnger is determined ]
to put a stop to some of the old-tush-'
ioned and uncomplimentary refer-]
eliees to the Jews. It observe tlmt j
whenever a Jew is convicted of any
crime the nature of his faith is prouii- <
nentlv stated, "If," continues the
.l/cxxc/?oer, "the custom were adopted
of giving the religious l'aith to every
criminal, Jew or Christian, our poliee
rc]Krts would be strikingly varied,
and would furnish ft**! for the dili
gent historian. They would natur
ally assume a form like this:
"Albert Jaines, a member of the
Kpiscopal Church, was arrested yes
terday for arson."
"M nrv Honohuc, who attends St.
Stephen's Cathedral, and is a devout
Human Catholic, was convicted of
stealing a pocket-book."
"Arthur Manning, who sits in a
front iew in Dr. T vng's Church, and
is a prominent memlier of the Young
Men's Christian Association, has
been detected in an attempt to de
fraud the eustoin-house."
"A serious looking Methodist was
brought before Judge Lynch this
morniug, on the charge of being in
toxicated. He was discharged."
"Three men were arrested for com
mitting a burglary. They were
known tola- prowling Presbyterians,
and meruters of the Tract Society-*"
"A young chap was caught in the
act of stealing a bath-tub. His name
is Dooly, and lie is a hard-shell Baj>-
NEW WAY TO KINDLE FIRES.— The
Washington Sttr furnishes the follow
ing in reference to the orgin of the fire
which occured Goodyear's ltubber
Works, at Naugatuck, C'onn., on the
26 th of December last: "In the proofs
of loss the claimants make the following
remarkable statement: The superin
tendent, who was in the room where the
fire originated, and at the time, states
that whileoneof the workmen was hand
ling rubber goods the air seemed to be
changed with electricity, it being in the
midst of a violent storm, the mercury
being at or near zero ; then there seem
ed to come from his hand a flame, which
instantly communicated with the goods
and dry pine of the building, the lire not
being under their control for a moment.
Others in the neighborhood received
severe shocks of electricity that day at
Washington, .March 17, 1H73.
THE CABINET. —All the memliers of
the Cabinet to-day verbally tendered
their resignations to the President, in
accordance to the custom. The Presi
dent informed them that they would be
accepted as a matter of form, but it was
his intention to renominate them to the
same positions they held. There is no
determination as to who shall succeed
Judge Richardson as Assistant Secre
tary of the Treasury. The choice will
proliablv be ex-Senator Sawyer, Solicitor
Bail field or J. 11. Saville.
J COMMISSIONERS TO VIENNA EXIOSITION.—The
' President hasnppointed to the Vienna Exjiosit ion
j a number itt practical artisans, including Lewis
j .1. Hintmi ef New York. Among the scientific
| men aii]M>inted i* Lewis M. Rutherford. A largr
j number of honorary commissioners to tlie Kxhi
j hit ion have also Iwcn appointed.
LKC.A R.-T KOI oat OUTSTANDING. —
The amount of legal-tender notes out
standing to-day. Mar. is, is 8.Vi7,278.915.
' THE NEW* CAHTMET.—The mcinlicr.of theCab
-1 Inct assembled at the White House at noon to
day and the oath of office was administered by
j Chief JIISJ ice Carter. No olllcial business was
THEY are having trouble on the St.
Louis, Kansas City and Northern R. It.
St. Louis, March 18. —The strike on
the Northern Railroad continues. The
trains were stopped at different points
to-day. The strikers seem determined
to suspend the n|>e rat ions of the road.
Armed police from thin city ore t
various places along the line, but have
not a strong enough force to prevent the
moli from at least partially carrying out
their designs. The military has not
been ordered out, as was reported last
The Grand Chief Engineer Wilson
will be here to-night, when a compro
mise is expected to be made.
About nine o'clock this morning a
bridge crossing a small stream a few
miles from St. Bharles, was burned.
The damage was, however, repaired in
about three hours, so that trains could
finite a number of strikers were ar
rested at Moberly to-day and several
were arrested yesterday at Lexington
.function and placed in the Richmond
Another train was ditched at St.
Charles to-night. The railroad company
has offered a reward of $2,500 for the
arrest and conviction of the parties en
gaged in ditching the engines at Mober
ly, cutting the telegraph wires at Mont
gomery, and burning the bridge near
St. Charles, and doing other damage at
the different points on the road.
England.—What is called the "Min
isterial Crisis" does not seem to have
amounted to much. Mr. D'lsraeli, who
was called to the Premiership, being
unable to "form a government," Mr.
Gladstone is recalled by the queen.
HOME RULE FOR IRELAND.— Lon- J
ilon , Monday, March 17 1873. —Thede-i
monstration by the Irish population of'
this city in favor of home rule for Ire
land and amnesty for the imprisoned Fe
nians, for which arrangements have
lieen making for some time, took place
in Hyde I'ark yesterday afternoon, and
was participated in by a very large num
ber of jieople.
The authorities made every prepara
tion for the suppression of disorder, but
there was no disturbance, except in one
case, where an excited Irishman attack
ed one of the Grenadiers liecause the
latter had on a red coat. In the scuttle
which ensued an arm of the soldier was
France. —President Thiers and Count
von Arniru, the German Kmliassador,
have signed a convention on the part of
their respective Governments for the
payment of the fifth milliard of francs of
the war indemnity by installments. Tbe
final payment is to I H* made on the sth
of Scptciulier next, when all tlie French
territory oeeupirrL-br German troops,
including Bclfort, is to lie evacuated.
Spain.—The Government has received
official information of the defeat near
Pampeiunaof tlie Hinted Carlists kinds,
led by Olla Ferula and Ikirregary, by
a force of Spanish troops under Gen.
Castrano. The insurrectionists were
TUB Republicans of C'ufia ARE making prepara
tion* in case elections of Deputies to tlie Cortes
are ordered to l<e field in Cub*.
French troops have liecn sent to the
Spanish frontier to assist tlie local au
thorities in the execution of the order
requiring that all C'arlists crossing into
! France be "interned."
| ' IUUCBEOSA, March lii.—(Special to tlie N. Y.
Herald. ] Senor Klgueaa*. Accompanied by tfie
Civil Governor of the Province and Mr. Henry
Ruggles. United State* consul, to-day vi*itcd the
United Stale* squadron in the |>ort of Barcelona,
and were received with full honors on board the
steamer* Brooklyn and Shenandoah.
Captain Bryson, of the Jtnv.fcfyn. proposed the
health of Senor Fignens, who responded by pay
ing tribute to the memory of Washington and
thanking the Ameriean* for their expressions of
sympathy with the new Republic.
Germany.—The new treaty between
France and Germany providing for the
j evacuation of the French provinces was
signed at Berlinon .Saturday, and the
j text is published. The German forces
arc to evacuate all the places they now
hold in France by thelst of July, with
the exception of Verdun and vicinity,
from which they are to withdraw on the
stli of Septcmlicr.
sen and frissons.
A YOUNG lawyer in an interior city,
one early morning, locked his office door
and left upon it this mysterious legend:'
"Gon to brexfus."
Jt'DY says that some jieople who set
up for funny fellows had much Itetter
sit down again.
DR. HOYT, who reported upon the
question of education at the Paris Ex
position, w ill act in the same capacity
at the approaching World's Fair at
The rich ain't always liappy, nor Iree from life's
But blest are they who live eontent, though small
may Ins their farms.
BY putting an *l' where a 't' was doubt
less intended to be, an unintentional
truthful eonqiositor makes one of our
contemporaries head its domestic intel
ligence, "Stale News."
HIRING the spring and summer,
children ought to be allowed to be out
of doors as much as possible, if practi
cable on the grass or among plants.
Pure fresh air and plenty of exercise in
it, will supplant the best French rouge,
even from the toilet table of a Queen,
while the proper training will make out
of an imbecile and idiot an illustrious
and miglity Emperor.
CHILDREN should have the benefit of
not only the best ventilation, but best
lighted and most cheerful rooms in the
house. Nor should they be interfered
with in their harmless gambols either
by tight dressing or otherwise.
VIRGINIA is making most gratifying
1 progress in common school education.
The increase last year was in schools
648; in pupils 35,289; in teachers, 769;
in school houses, 414.
THE apples of Michigan are noted for
their beautiful colors and long-keeping
qualities, often lasting late into the
next summer. At Traverse, Michigan,
the fruit districts are located upon bluffs
500 feet above the water; and the cli
i mate is exceedingly mild, the average
temperature being higher than in the
valleys, sometimes show ing a difference
of 20 degrees. Thus water, also, is fre
quently never frozen during the winter, j
THIS time the Treasury Department j
has kept its promises. The reduction'
of the Public Debt was $5,277,880 dur-!
ing the month of February. The j
amount is generous, and the condition j
of the Treasury is improved. The last i
year of the Presidential term closes;
with i'air financial prosjiects and leaves ;
a good,, margin for the new one. — Nttc j
MAN Y years ago at a wedding in a I
humble family the wine was passed j
arouiul. The minister took a glass and I
held it, not tasting, for he was a teeto- j
taler and an admirable Christian man. |
It was passed presently to a working:
man, a refoinied man, plain and blunt, I
if not coarse, in his manners. "No,"'
he said. "I do not drink it, and I will i
not touch it nor seem to drink it."
' Brother Frost, you are right and I am j
wrong," said the minister.
A choice stock for the Spring Tra<l*, including!
nil the Ix-st varieties of
Mr stock Is evi n better than usual, and I hope '
to he able to fill all order* with which the people of !
Coudersport and Vicinity
may favor nie, and will endeavor to irtve |erfect j
satisfaction, send In your orders early.
Address M. B. PRINCE.
WEJ.LSBORO*, Tioga Co., Pa. |
S <-"( rder. irlveu to JdllX M. HAMILTON, will I
receive attention. yc-ct I
ALL KINDS OR
Read) Made Clothing,
SATS. CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on hand and for Sale as
CHEAP at the CHEAPEST t!
MEN and BOYS SUITS
to correspond with the
This being the only Establishment in this
place devoted exclusively to the
I can sell CHEAPER to my Customers Uian those
who do not make CLOTHING a SPECIALTY can
Call and see my stock and I will guarantee satl.v
M. L. GRIDLEY.I
Thos. McDowell & Co.,
PEA I, KM IN
PORT A TiTiBOAJfY, PA..
Wevosld respectfully call the attention of the j>eple of POTTFP Cm \> Y
to our large and complete assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROGKhIt 1
HOOTS and SHOES, HA TS and <W's.
HEAD Y-MA DE < LOTHIXG.
SCHOOL BOOKS, STA TK> XEIII
FLOCK, POKK, SALT, >7. v;/
FEED and ME A L, P. I/ A Ts and < IL s,
HARDWARE, XOTIUXS, OLASSWAUF^
dr., dr., 0~.-
which we are offering at QRKATI.Y KKIHXED RI!I( f>. owing to the irirrejtvl
facilities afforded by the completion of the Iluffalo, New York A
Railway, and we can and will sell goods as low as they can Is- sold this SKW!
Fresh ground Feed and Meal kept constantly on hand.
We are daily receiving new goods, thus keeping our stock, in all department!
FULL AND COMPLETE
at all times.
2429-£ Thus. McDowell 4 (l).
WHET (3- AITD SOUST,
"THE AMERICAS' PIANO,"
No. UROOMK HTKEKT, New AOrn.
U N s u HP A SS Kl> —
First premiums wherever exhiltitcd—l'riceslow for the quality—Large prta
allowed for .Second-hand Instruments in Exchange.
From Mr. Ehrard Hoffman, the rrltbrut*d I'ianiM,
I conscientiously believe ..hat your Piano is in every res|ect a most
i cent Instrument.
From tht " Indtjicmhnt."
The American Piano lias deservedly become a very popular Instrument.
Responsible Agents wanted for unoccupied territory . Send for Circulars J
AYIXG A: .SON, 423 Broome St., X. V.
S. F. HAMILTON
( BOOK d' JOS Szlf.YTEli,
S. W. corner MAIN and THIRD Streets, ,
(01 Kit THE roar
Torner MARKET HI NTER Stntls,
[SOUTH SIDE of the ItIVEli.)
I won.n resjiectfully invito the attention of the
LI VERT ESTABLISHMENT,
with the assurance that I can meet every <!.•-
ma ml for a first-class turnout.
Having purchased the Livery of Amos Velio. 1
liave the only Establishment of the kind in this
J. M. BASSETI'.
&roceries & Provisions,
MAW STREET above SECOND,
A FULL err PLY OF
KKPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
- - .
A specialty made of
Teas and Coffees,
of which 1 have the
Lnr|(('Ht niil lUiml
Stock In town.
All Goods sold t 'HKAP for CASH only.
Call and examine tiefore purchasing elsewhere. !
L. B. COLE & SON,
fMiorutETtma or ihk
Blacksmith anr] Wagon-shop,
Sscond Street, between Hair & West.;
NLKIUHS of 'ill i/t scrii'ti'int
manufactured to suit customers ami warranted
Ke|tnlrlnir always attendcil to promptly
Comiietenl and experienced workmen kept Inn
ploy in both shops to attend to the i-alls of <
, Charges reasonable for rash or reaiir pay.-
L. B. COLE & SON
W. H. COATS & SON
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL-
PARLOR CHAMBER. !,
COMIOK TOMITrE: I
WELLSVILLE, If. Y. u
I)o not fall to go and see their large xt"' l flj
i Goods. ■
They manufacture about fifteen dtffereo! f Ij
j of Cliamlier Sets, of Walnut, Ash, and
| Wood. These seta are sold to the Whole*
' throughout Western New York, Ohio M" 5
| s> pants, and have no superior for wurkni* I 'm
; style or finish. fl
; Is nude of the lieat material ami warr
; represented. They areextensPe man"' l "' 1 - .3
ami everything is made from kiln-driV |H
and warranted not to rsiue apart.
j All will do well to patronize this tin"
! per cent. They do not'pay profits to 1 ■
\ ufacturers, or freights to railroad ci'SiP®" U
(Jo and see their extensive stmk. j
1 Kprinc Beds of all prices, B l ''' M|
: all kinds. Extension Tnt'lr* m \ <■
. Walnut, l_,ookinu-C'*Ls' , 'i- >■'
1 and everything usually kepi In 1 11 " 1,