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D. B. NEEFE,
CARRIAGE aid HI MM,
Cor. EAST and WORCESTER Ste.,
arry on the following branches of business
There will be made to order and kept on hand all
kinds of Lumber Wagons, with Bodies, Whif
fletrees, Neck-yokes and Steel Spring Seats;
Platform and End-Elliptic Spring Wagons;
Side, or Concord, Elliptic Spring Top and Open
Buggies; Sulkies; One-horse Wagons.
Ox and Horse C'arts, Sleighs and Cutters will be
made to oriler on short notice.
Repairing of all kinds of old work done with neat
ness and durability.
Horse and Ox Shoeing; Irontng of all kinds of
Wagons. Sleighs and Cutters. Picks, Clevises,
Chains, Hooks, Drag-teeth, Hinges, Bolts for
Carriager, Plows, etc., and repairing of all
kinds of Mill Irons and Farming Implements.
Painting of ail kirxt? of new Wagons. Carriages.
Sleighs mad Cutters, and special attention
paid to tie cleaning aai painting of old work.
Slgc and Ornamental Painting 'lone to order with
neatneas and dispatch.
All kiuds of Carriage, Stage and Coach Tops,
Cushions, Falls, Dashes, Lazy-Backs, Shaft
Trlmmtug, and all work in the line of Trim
ming doue in good Style.
Aim ice is given that I have changed my place of
business from Brookland, Pa., to this place
and have built a new Factory—3o x 72 ft.,—ln
which the four brahches of business will be
carried on, and will be pleased to receive the
custom of my old patrons.
The best of Lumber, Iron and Trimming Material
that can be procured will be used on the
Orders by mall will be promptly attended to.
D. B. NEEFE.
H. H. &00DSELL,
Carpenter and Joiner,
SOUTH SIDE of the RIVER,
(obouc EAST Street,)
CONTRACTS taken and materials furnished for
all kinds of BUILDING
PLANING and MATCHING done.— MOULDING of all
BASII, BLINDS and DOORS on hand or manu
factured to order.
CANH paid for Pine Lumber.
Your patronage is solicited.
X. H, 900DSELL.
J. GLASE & SON,
Carpenters & Joiners,
CONTRACTS taken for all kinds of BUILDING—
and materials furnished.
DOORS, BLINDS and SASH kept constantly on
hand or manufabtured to order.
CASH paid for PINE LUMBER.
J. GLASE & SON.
AnU News Item.
U O 2
H. D. TREADWELL,
Wellsville, N. Y.,
Has Just returned from New York large
Boots and Shoes,
LEATHER & SHOE FINDINGS,
LOOK AT THE PRICES!)
WOMEN'S SUITERS from c c to 5i.75
" LEATHER LACE BOOTS 90e. " 1.75
i •' MOROCCO " " 81.00 "" 1.25
MEN'S THICK BOOTS |2.50 " 4.00
I" KIR " 2.75 ; 4.50
Small Shoes, from 30 cents'upwards.
Sole Leather, 30 rnd 31 cents per pound.
Shoe Findings of all kinds, very-cheap. ,
Remember the place,—directly opposite the
WISH ART'S PINE TREE
NATURE'S (J RE AT REMEDY
Throat and Lungs.
It Is gratifying to us to inform the public that
! Dr. L. (J. C. Wlshart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial,
for Throat and Lung diseases, has gained an
enviable reputation from the Atlantic to the Pa
cific coast, and from tnence to some of the first
families of Europe, not through the press alone,
but by persons throughout the States actually ben
efitted and cured at his office. While he publishes
less, so say our reporters, he is unable to supply
the demand. It gains and holds its reputation—
p First: Not by stopping cough, but by loosening
and assisting nature to throw off the unhealthy
matter collected about the throat and bronchial
tubes, which causes Irritation.
Second: It removes the cause of irritation,
(which produces cough), of the mucous membrane
and bronchial tubes, assists the luugs to act ami
throw off the unhealthy secretions, and purifies
Third: It Is free from squills, lobelia, ipecac and
opium, of which most throat and lung remedies
are eomposed, which allay cough only, and disor
ganize the stomach. It lias a soothing effect on
the stomach, acts on the liver and kidneys, and
lymphatic and nervous regions, thus reaching to
every part of the system, and in Its invigorating
and purifying effects it has gained a reputation
which it must hold above all others In the market.
The Pine Tree Tar Cordial,
Great American' Dyspepsia Pills,
WORM SUGAR DROPS
Being under my immediate direction, they shall
I] not lose their curative qualities by the use of cheap
and Impure articles.
HENRY R. WTSHART,
FREE OF CHARGE.
Dr. L. Q. C. Wlshart's Offlice parlors are open
on Mondays. Tuesdays ami Wednesdays from 9 a.
m., to p. in., for consultation by Dr. Wm. T. Ma
gee. With him are associated two consulting phy
sicians of acknowledged ability. This opportuni
ty Is not offered by any other Institution In the
All Letter* mnst be addressed to
L. Q. G. WISH ART, M. D.,
>O. 232 S. SECOND ST.,
wing -A-Hstid sonsr,
"THE AMERICA! PIANO,"
No. BIiOOMK STREET, New YorK,
First premiums wherever exhibited—Prices low for the quality—Large puce*
allowed for becoiid-lnuid Instruments in Kxclmiige.
From Mr. Eduanf Ilofman, the celebrated Pianist.
I conscientiously believe that your Piano is in every respect a most mwjnxft
cent Instrument. . _ , , . „
from the Indepemltntd
The American Piano has deservedly become a very popular Instrument.
Responsible Agents wanted for unoccupieil territory. Send for Circulars t
!12W4 WING & SON", 423 Broome St., N. V.
S. F. HAMILTON
( BOOK <£' Jo& I*lt/XTEft,
S. "W". corner MAIN and THIRD Streets,
(OVER THE POST OFFICE,)
j Thos. McDowell &. Co.,
PORT AT.T.EOAIVrY, FA..
We would respectfully call the attention of the people of POTTER COUNTY
to our large and complete assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY,
LOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
READ Y-MADE CLOTHING,
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIOXERY,
FI.OVR, PORK, SALT, FISH,
FEED and ME A L, PAINTS and OILS,
HARD WA RE, NO TIOXS, GLASS WA RE,
Ac., Ac., Ac.,
which we are offering at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, owing to the increased
facilities afforded by the completion of the Buffalo, New York & Philadelphia
Railway, and we can and will sell goods as low as they can be sold this side of
, Fresh ground Feed and Meal kept constantly 011 hand.
We are daily receiving new goods, thus keeping our stock, in all departments,
„ . FULL AND COMPLETE
at all times.
2429-j Thos. McDowell & Co.
Insurance Company of North America,
The Oldest Stock Insurance Company in the United States.
ASSETS, January 1, IH7B, 8
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Company,
ASSETS, January 1, 1873, $ 1,102,1302.40
The above-named reliable Companies arc represented in Cou
2439—iy ARTHUR B. MANN.
L. B. COLE & SON,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Blacksmith and Wagon-shop,
Secsni Street, (between Hair & West.)
—Xorth Side. —
SLEIGHS of ail descriptions
manufactured to suit customers and warranted.
Repairing always attended to promptly.
Competent and experienced workmen kept In em
ploy In both shops to attend to the calls of cus
Charges reasonable for cash or ready pay.
W2S L. B. COLE & SON
Corner MARKET and HUNTER Streets,
(SO UTH SIDE of the RIVER.)
I WOULD respectfully invite the attention of the
public to my
with the assurance that I can meet every de
mand for a first-class turnout.
11avine purchased the Livery of Amos Velie, 1
have the only Establishment of the kind in this
J. M. BASSETT.
Groceries & Provisions,
MAIN STREET above SECOND,
A FULL SUPPLY OF
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
A specialty made of
Teas and Coffees,
* of which I have the
Lai'ircst nnd Bowt
I Stock in town.
J All Goods sold cnEAP for CASH ouly.
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
Beauty at the Fireside.
Una bate i success of
CRLMds OF OMFORT.
ELEGANT! GORGEOUS! BRILLIANT!
Crumbs of Comfort, lhe greate-d sucee-*
of the age. Crumbs Of Comfort, the |>ii e
of Ihe kitchen ami parlor. Thousands of ladies
attest its worth, ant unhesitatingly pninunre it
the Quo 11 of Luster*. The Pit** universally
praise it and proclaim it woman'* ererv-day
friend. Economical. Easting;. I nap
proachable. PM F. >0 t>dii Ladies w i
mill Crumbs of Comfort for sale by all tirsi
! class grocers, hardware dealers, eouutry store
. keeper*, &c., throughout the United .states and
Caii.idas. H. A. BAR! LETT & < Manufac
. :urers Bartletts Blacking, Pearl B'.ue, A.e.. Ac.
Nos. 113, 11". and 117 Front St.. Philadelphia: 143
' 'hambers St., N. Y.: 43 Broad St., Boston. ikj
Great South American
is unequalled by any known remedy. It will erad
icate, extirpate A thoroughly destroy all poison
otts substances in the Blood and will effectually
disoel all pre<lis|x>sitioii to I i ions derangement
Is llicrc want of action in your l.lvcr
A- Spleen ? Unless re.ievc lat once, the blood
becomes impure by deleterious secretions, pro
dtteing scrofulous or skin diseases. Blotches, Pel
otts. Pustules. Canker, l'lmn'es. \r.. &e.
Have >on a liyspeptie titomaeh? Un
less digestion is promptly aided, the system isde
bilitated with loss of vital force, poverty of the
Blood, Dropsieal Tendency, General Weaknes
■laveyou n ealt ness of tlie intestines?
You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or the
dreadful lnitaintnation of the I? iwels.
■ lave ,v on n eaU ness ot f lie Iter iue or
Crinary Organs? Von must procure instant
re b'f or you are liable to suffering worse than
■%re you dejected, drowsy,dull, s'uggish. or
depressed in spliits, with headache. back:lclie.
coated tongue and had tasting mouth?
For a certain remedy for all these diseases,
weaknesses and troubles; for cleansing and pu
rifling the vitiated blood and imparting vigor to
all the vital forces: for building up and restoring
the weakened constitution USE
: which is pronounced by the leading medical an
> t hot ities of London anil Paris "the most power
fill tonic and alteraiive known to the tnedieal
world." This is no new and untried discovery,
but has long been used by the leading physician*
of other countries with 'wonderful remedial re-
Don't Menken null impair the digestive
organs by cathartics and physics, they give only
r ; tetn|Hrary relief—lndigestion, flatulency a dys.
' pep*ia with piles and kindred diseases are sure
to follow their use'. Keeti the blood pure, and
; health is assured. JOHN Q. KELLOGG.
IS platt St.. New York,
! 39-4 Side Agent for the United States.
Ft lee One Dollar per Bottle. Send for circular.
AGENTS WANTED.—Address for the most
liberal ternisever offered. THE DISCOVERER
The adventures of a most adventurous life. A
large octavo volume, splendidly illustrated. Con
tains incidents of the wonderful career of the
Great Traveler, the Country, Animals, Natives,
Hunting, Ac. The best digested Cyclopedia oi
African knowledge and LIVINUSTOXK'S explora
tions KVKK published. Hull account of how STAN
LEV Foi Nl> I.IvtNGSTO.gB. The oulv book endors
hd bv the Press. Send ft for outfit, or write to
W. FLINT A Co., Philadelphia, Pa., or Springfield,
i M ass. 27 -I
ROOK CANVASSERS can tlnd no more fresh A
attractive volume for Spring sales than "TVi*
.Veto Housekeeper's Manna!," by Miss C. E.
j Beecher and Mrs. H. P. Stowe; a Cyclopedia oi
I Domestic Economy and a complete Cookery Book
i in one volume, send for circular to
pi J. B. FORD A Co.,
87* New York, Boston, Chicago, or San Francisco.
PAIN! PAIN! PAIN!-The Great discovery
i for the relief of pain ami a sure and immediate
cure for Rheumatism, chronic and acute. Sprains,
' Ac. It has a pleasant and refreshing odor, and
! will not grease or stain the most delicate fabric,
! which makes it a luxury in every family. Price
25 cents per bottle. For sale by all druggists.
41* REUBEN HOYT, I'rop'r, New York.
NUMEROUS TESTS HAVE PROVED
N. F. Furnham's New Turbine
to be the Best Ever Invented.
PAMPHLET FREE. 40* ADDRESS, YORK, PA.
i OMR paNNER . Tcnipla's. 5-t •. a \car_
Address, FRED. G. BEACH, Publisher,
I 30-4 Albion, N. Y.
/b i Irttui 2-N cfs —Fight samples mailed free
V It for 25 cts. that sell at sight for four hollars.
to anv person in Condersi ort who will act as
Y agent. RANDALL A CO.,
! 35* 767 Broadway N. Y.
A WATCH FREE"
i ho will act a* our ag -,.t. Business light and Jmn
oraide. s3'iu.oo made in 5 days. Salable as Hour.
Everybody buys it. Can't do without It. Must liave
it. No Gift Enterprise, no Humbug.
KENNEDY A CO., Pittsburg, Pa.
j USE the Reisinger Sash Lock and Support to
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS!
! No spring to break, no cutting of sash; cheap; du
j rabie, very easily aoplied; holds sash i t any place
desired, and a self-fastener when sah is down.
' | Scud stamp for circular. Circular and SlxcoppCT
bronzetl locks sent to am address, post-fiald, on
receipt of 50cents. Liberal inducements to the
trade. Agents wanted. Address, REISINGER
CO.. No. 41S Market St., Harrisbnrg. Pa. (Send
money bv psst-otfice order or registered letter.)
S AM PLKSsent by mail for 00c. that retail quick
IJL for fIS. R. L. WOLCOTT,
| 36d4 ISI Chatham Square, N. Y.
which specimen copies of Smith's Magazine
j will tie sent free. Ag'ts wanted. Write. Pliny F.
Smith, 5t Liberty St., N. Y. 36.14
n ill Send for onr Illustrated Catalogue of
rllllflQrC ucw books on building.
UUIiUUI 0 A.J. BICKNEI.L A CO.,
3614 27 Warren St., New York.
A GR C AT OFFFR.
We will pav all agents S4O a week IN CASH, who
will engage with us AT ONCE. Everything furnish
ed and expenses paid. Adcress
4bd4 A. COULTER A CO., Charlotte, Mich.
HENRY WARD BEECHKR S PAPER with the
largest circulation in th ' world, grows won
dennllv because Is the best paper, gives suhscrl
liers the most beautiful tiremiums. and offers can
vassers the most LIBERAL TERMS. Send for
Circular. J. B. FORD A CO., Mew vorfc, Boston,
Ohtcago, or San Francisco. 40d4
Fire ! Fire !! Fir- !!!
AGENT SWHNTED for the grandest book of
the vear, now selling with astonishing rapid
ity. Tells of the causes of tire ; safes; tire-proof
buildings; conquering tire with water, steam anil
| gas; insurance—is it safe? Its history, basis, man
agement, how to Insure, etc.; vivid accounts of the
great (ires of history. Agents send for circulars.
You will not regret it. Sent free. Address Dns
tin, Oilman A Co., Hartford, Ct. 40d4
$lO A DAY
Easily made bv an A gene v of
"OUR OWN FAMILY DOCTOR."
Best medical work extant. Everybody buys that
sees It. Unusual inducements to Agents. Send
for circulars and terms to HURST A CO.,
36-14 746 Broadway, N. Y.
fWAn easy and sure way to make money.
A MECHANICAL CURIOSITY!
Catchemalive Mouse Trap.
F.verv mouse caught resets the trap foranother.
Sample by mail prepaid for 75 cents.
For sale bv the trade.
R. E. 1)1 ETZ, Patentee,
40,14 54 and 56 Fulton St., New York.
We Want an Agent
In this township to canvass for the new. valuable
and fast selling book by Dr. JOHN COWAN,
The Science of a New Life
Recommended and endorsed by prominent minis
ters, physicians, religious and secular papers. No
other book like it published. S4O per week guar
anteed. Address, COWAN A CO.,
4ud4 139 Eighth St., New York.
AGENTS WANTED FOR Ti'E
Home of Bod's People.
! The grandest A most successful new bqok out.
Acknowledged to be the most decided success of
I rhe year—now selling with astonishing rapidity.
It contains nearly 200 magnificent engravings.
Splennid opportunity for Agents to make monev.
Circulars containing full particulars .1 terms sent
free. Address DUSTIX, OILMAN A CO.,
. . 40-4 d Uartford, Conn.
IU Per Cent GOLD Interest,
FIRST MORTGAGE SINKING FUND
Secured by mortgage „u <k*iu acres of very va '-
uat.ie Coal aud Iron Lauds,
principal and latnat payable m GOLD COIN.
For sale a, price." that will pay over Hi per ct. I
In GOLD. Equal to 13 per cent in currency.
Choice Municipal Bonds Always on Hand.
Call or send for Pamphlets, with maps ami fu..
particulars, that will satisfy ttuamost cautious in- '
-••stors. THUS. P. ELl.lis A CO., Bankers, j
26d4 14 Pine Street, N. Y. City.
The Mormon Wife.
V GENTS WAN i El> for this fearless isiok. II
comprises the Adventures and Expeiieuce oi
j. lonian irritt'ii hy herself— for years the wife
•if a Mormon Prophet—lisclbsing all that is mys
terious, wicked and startling. Full of thrilling
adventure, humorous ami pathetic scene.-—the
uost fascinating book extant. Portrait of the An- 1
thoress.and of leading Mormons,— mm ami wom
en,—Hie ami Scene- in i'tah, etc. For circulars ]
address Hartford Publishing Co.,
36U4 Hartford, Conn. •
INVALIDS, DON ) DEM'AIK!
Thousands have found relief, and
thousands will turn to this Medi
cine after exhausting their purses
ami patience in search of health.
Giddiness of the head, dullness <>f the mind, fad
id breath, coated tongue, loss of appetite, pain
and weakness in the stomach, enlargement of the
liver, yellowness of the skin, constant fever and •
thirst, with a total disrelish for business, pleasure,
or any kind of employment.—F -MIKNEY'S PAN
ACEA. if taken and persevered in for a few days,
will remove this whole class of symptoms.—The ;
fluids of the body become pure, and mind clear, j
the stomach strengthened, the tongue clean, the
appetite improved, and the whole system so beti- |
eiitted that disease, In bad weather, is less liable .
to artlict you.
I Dlt. P. FAHRNEY'S £
Blood Cleanser or Panacea.
As a medicine for children, fhe Panacea is, In 1
every way, calculated to take the place of the end- j
less variety of drugs which are annually sold for •
that purpose, and which are often very injurious, i
A medicine which possesses the qualities of a ea- j
thartie as well as a mlhl alterative, and which Is j
capable of arresting disease.without the least in
jury to the child is of incalculable value to
every mother. As a Cathartic, it la very effective, i
yet it does not, if given in proper quantities, cause |
nausea or distress in the stomach or bowels. It is
very pleasant to the taste, which is a very inipor
tant feature as a medicine for children. As a pre
ventive of disease it is unprecedented, as it act
directlv upon the digestive organs and the blood. .
In all scrofulous diseases, it is the most effective
medicine ever offered to the public, and, if given
regularly and perseveringly, those eruptive dis
eases so common in children may be entirely erad
Prepared by P. Fahniey's Bros. A Co., Waynes- [
boro, Peuusjlvania. and DK. P. FAHKNKV, 30 North j
Dearborn Street, Chicaga. Price
$1.25 per bottle; for sale by Whole
sale and Retail Dealers, and bv
P. A. STEBRINB, JR.,
24-4 Coudersport, Pa.
MASON & HAMLIN
Tito rmlv A " lertran Musical instruments of
1 lit U> 111\ such extraordinary and recog
nized excellence as TO command a wide sale in
Europe, notwithstanding competition there with
products of cheap lalior.
\ 1 ,-c: awarded highest premiums, inclnd
-' ** "J lug the Me lal at the Paris Exposi
tion, Of hundreds of Industrial Exhibitions, there
have not been six in all where any other organs
have been preferred to these.
TTni xr#i*ill v recommended by eminent
I. 11l vcl musicians as pose-sing excel
lencies nor at'ained in any others. See opinions
of ONE THOUSAND, in Testimonial Circular.
p vol 11 cirol v employing several important
I-'.N.t ltl>ll. I > inventions and embracing ev
ery real improvement.
The Most Extensive ffiLSSKK
world, producing better work at less cost than ,
1),. L ,OO p; and as low as consistent
i rwctf i tav. * i v .j.|, acrnpnloßfl employ-1
mcnt of only best materia! and workmanship. !
Illustrated Catalogue nd Testim~-
nial Circular, wun i..q.Drtant l.iloi mniion
.iniiiir o g.i..s . . i h mav save purchasers from
disappointment in purchase of inferior or worth
less instruments br i ayment of high prices, sent ;
Mason and Hamlin Orgran Co.,
154 TN KMO ST ST.. BOSTON ; 25 UNION SQUARE, NEW
3J-4 YORK; SO and 82 ADAMS ST., CHICAGO.
i anvass'ng "ooks sent free for
Prof, FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
On Manhood, Womanhood, and their mutual In
ter-relations; Love, its f aws. Power, etc.
Agent- are selling from 2u to 30 copies of thi
work a day. ami we send a canvassing book free j
to anv book agent isnrm, stating experience.:
etc., NATIONAL PT BLISHJNG CO.,
31-4 Philadelphia, Pa.
VHLE AVJAKt BOCK AGEMTS &A&TED FOR
LIFE GF NAPOLEON 111.
by ABBOTTJ X< w Ration, with accounts of the
Prussian War, and the last hours of the Emperor; '
making an elegant octavo of Too pages. The ,
times and the theme render it the most popular;
work of the day. Exclusive territory with no i
competition. Address at once,
QUAKER CITY PUBLISHING CO.,
31-4 21T and 219 Quince St., Philadelphia.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
BEHIND THE SCENES
The spiciest A best selling hor k published, it ft I!- ;
all about the great Credit Mohilier Scandal, Son- j
atorial Briberies, Congressmen, Rings, Lobbies,}
and the wonderful Sights of the National Capital. I
The demand for it is immense. Agents making I
early application will secure choice territory, i
Send for circular, and see our terms and a full de
scription of the work. Address, NATIONAL :
PUBLISHING CO, Philadelphia, Pa. 4Y -l
The immense sale, |0 000 IN ONE MONTH our '
LIVINGSTONE 28 I I- AFRICA
is having PROVES it ABOVP ALL OTHERS; the book
the MASSES WANT. D goes like WILDFiPF.
over 600 pages, only $2.50. More Agents
NOTICE —Be not deceived hv misrepresent- !
ations made to palm off high-priced inferier works, j
tint send for circulars and see PROOF of statements
and great success of our agents. Pocket compan- j
ion, worth $lO, mailed free.
HUBBARD BROS., Publishers,
43 -Id 723 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, j
The Li>;ht Running
is the BEST IN THE WORtD.
AGENTS WANTED. Send for Circular. Address: j
S*"DOMESTIC' SEWING MACHINE i t)., N.Y. i
WANED AGENTS iiui, of hygienic lit- \
eratore, Ol R DIGEST ION ; or
My Jolly Eriend's Secret.
Dr. DIO LEWIS' new work is an immense suc
cess. Saves money, worry, and precious health,
and i<hows ho ir to lire wl! and o row fat on ft a
week. Agents are coining money and do ing a
world of good with it. Delay not, but address at
once 42-4 d
GEO. MACLEAN, Publisher, Philadelphia.
NBGLECT A CorH. Nothing is more certain to I
lav the foundation for future evil consequences, i
are a sure cure for all diseases of the Respiratory
Organs, Sore Throat, Colds, Croup, Dlptheria,
Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarsen* -s. Dryness of the
Throat, Windpipe or Bronchial Tubes, and all Dis
eases of the Lungs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets are put np oniv in hi tic.
boxes. Take no substitutes. If they can't be found ,
at your druggist's, scud at once to the Agent in
New York who will forward them by return mail.
Don't be deceived by iiriit, tton-.
Price A>. iter Box. JOHN Q. KELLOGG,
Send for circular. 18 Piatt St.. N. Y.,
4#-4d Sole Agent for the L. S, ,
100 TEACHERS ci STOft
MALE or FEMALE, can secure KMPT, ■
PAYING FROM HIOO In *l3O
- the SPRING ami Summer \ M "N
PLE'S JOURN AL, 51- Arch St., IHN A .. *'■
LUUU LR Maps A Charts. Ouriarir v., :, -'J
j United states, with a beautiful LARGE V\.,, 4J
I on reverse side, sells splendidly. KA'-TI I ' IV J
inches. " A: 'A
innn wanted for our UWFHIRT . I
IUUU Virgin .V CLNI!' and 'CIIRIS' .. . . 1
i I N neu.' 'I M) win TAD a place in EVEN <"7 'I
i home. Haasis ,V Lnbrccht, Empire
| Establishment, 107 1.1 tie: ty St., NEW YOIT '
WOT 1! JIS
* T FIRST PREMIUM -JLL 1 A. MSFJ
Double Elevated Oven, Warming Closet, N- j
Door, Fender. Guard. Dumping AShakili . 1
Direct Draft. FULLER, WARREN ,0 1
I 236 Water St.. \ >J
AGENTS W nil ted BE- the New Illiistrat,
WILD LIFE FAR WFL
30 years with Indians,'! TAPPERS, in MO\ " 1
etc. Scalping Expedition against A|>;. ~
of interest and selling rani My. The i',.,1
sear. Address WILEY, WATERMAN ,V | !
! Working CMS- 245?" !
S week gi.A
-pectable employment at home, <LAV , N ,.
! TO capital required; full instructions AND I ,1
; package of goods sent free L.y mall. A; : •,.* '£]
, itceiit return stamp, M. Vol N;'
43 4d 173 Greenwich SY V
| Write for Large Illustrated Price Li-T Y
Cs'C-iH Western tin ;i Work v.
; No. 179 BVIIRNNKLD sr., I'LNSI.T TH;;; -
! Breech-ioadlng Shot-guns, FTN to F J,, .'
I Shot-guns s■ to $159 Single Guns FT to;
js4 to $74. Pevolve.-S $6 to s2s. Pistols $I •" '
I Material, Fishing Tackle. Largo NI-C, ; J
J era or clubs. Army guns, Revo. v. .... "
, or traded for. Goofs se.it by Kxpre- T ,'P FL
! be examined before IIAL'L for.
' The Cheapest Land in Market for aalebrtJ
Union Pacific Pailroad f;
In the Great Platte Valley,
3.000,000 acres in Cciilral NC!N>|J
Now for sale 1.1 tracts of forty acre- a... 1
OU live ami ten years' credit at six per NUT J
advance iuterest required.
Mild and healthful climate, fertile soil, A :} J
1 dance of good water.
| THE BEST MARKET IN WEST. The D
Mining regions of Wyoming. Colorado,
1 Nevada being supplied by the fanners |U
Soldiers entitled to a Homestead,
THE BEST LO'IATIONS FGR COLONIES
FREE HOMES FOR ALL. Millionsot v-ei
! choice Oorefßiiast mtaopen foreottruiMlei
' Houiestead La v, near this Great Itailroac
good M irkets and all the conveniences OF
• settled country.
' Free passes to purchasers of Railroad LA-vk
Sectional Maps showing the Lanil, ALSO
I tlon of Descriptive Pamphlet, with new AA
mailed free everywhere. Address
O. F. DAVIS,
43 4d Land Comr. U. P. It. if., OM YIN,>"A
Agents wanted FOR the new -tart'iiig "
IIT-'Vtt IN History, bv the aurhorof >
r.\ I. TORR'." lilustrated I > Dure and N*4L
lorsed by eminent uivines. E. It. TREAT,?.,
43 4 I 805 Broad* AY, N. 1
AGCIMTS Wanted for
PAIITS & vnum
0 OF TL!I: * 0 It llt I.E.
\ddress ZIEGLEIt A M'CT RDY, Philad'A. 21
AGENTS WANTED FOR T'!K
FIVE YEARS ill ioe TERHITOEII
Ey J. H. GFAOLF.
Western correspondent of Cincinnati C'miinrn
The only complete history of that I 'L-IW
tweenth- Mi-sissi) -pi I the Paciiir: Its re- N
climate, i ihabitant-, natural EN - 10-SI ,
I life and adneiitnr* on praries, mnuntai'lS A,SI
j Pacific coast. MR. Beadle has spi n: M e YEAON
I elingin the new states and territories an • 1
| more ai out rlieirrcso:;rces than ANY other*
; The book is Uiustrated with over SMflaecta
I it gs of the scenery, cities, lands, MI • -. [
curiosities of the Great West & is the L. -T I I
1 -t selling ' ook over PIMMWD. s-i D :
I pages ami circulars with tenns. Aihirc— N.Vi'
, AL PUBLISHING CO., Philadelphia, fa.
CHEAP FAFMS FOR SALF NEAR CHLCAOL
UT HY GOTO KANSAS OR NEBRASKA*
you can ITU.v as line farming lands
j sun ever shone on, improved and utilmpr
: from $25 to #-iu an acre, ranging from 40HI
I acres, within from 30 to 5T> miles from I ;A -r
OUE of the liisest dairying countries In A -
I Five railroads now running through the 1
and 4or 5 more icing constructed. Have SRA
; good Improved farms for sale cheap. I *:*o
; ulars address AMOS AIJ.MAN.
| 41j4 Crown Point, Lake Co., Indian
DRUG SI ORE FOR SALE.
A FIRST-CLASS DRCB AND PRESCRIPTION ••T'B
' Very eligibly situated in Allegheny ci:', ' -
| good paying baßiat -s, Is offered for - rleuiu '>
oiodatinp terms. The owner wi- ;•:? '
! from active business, or would prefer - I*\
| lerest to a person having good refercn 'J
could give it their whole attention. At" "T'- 1
uitv ol thi- kimi lo g 't into A GOO I pa'
with small capital does not often OO
! thr partlcuisrs address 15. F. GOUI.H 1 ' ■
J Hays, L* Washington Allegfat '•••'
The BEST and MOST IMVIuM
Fire and Burglar-ProcT
S5 sst JT © s
! Are made l.y the PITTSBURGH FAKE T*
| PAN Y, 167 PENN S'l'KE^-
J ;T6j I,- ' Pitt-burs'-'
"Will lie distributed to snbscrib'f 4 '";
AMERICAN WORKING I'KOIM.KIN
Ft is tlie only
Monthly; lias 16 large quarto ! ,u
ivery Subscriber S s a
Varying from '25 cents in value T
in greenbacks. Among the
;ire 2 of $560 in greenbacks: - "'V
10 of $100; l(Ht of S10; 000 of -'' j
; lor Organs, S2TO each; lo ,
chines. s6oeach; 50 Amcrb u " 1
S4O each —liesides many '.
smaller premiums. Only -1- '....
year; sent on trial three ni<H •"
cents. Send for s|K>cimen to
R APRON &CO I
36jj- Box 5, Pittsburg
Established in I
lie-Established in I
C. C. Hammer & So r
Manufacturers of Fine and "'•' J
TI'RE, of every description and PRI'I - 1
ana superior in style and qualify' yd
most or any other Furniture HMI.-E TM
Photographs and I'tice Lists sent " • 1 1
or when in the cttv don't forget 'HI I
the lasge Golden Chair, . I
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