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`, i our ` .
i - gclitlit )l3 -44i4 , .rtisei
pr i e cio. tie is highly recomutfisied by
t h c iev i ho were acquain te d with him at
p o ttsvipe. _ ,
°knifed, las purchased the store build
ing adjOin'ing hiollOt4 locatipn,—(he = got
s good' bargain;lbj ! t)3e-w!,y,ind : ,
roT Ed i his Bool l is'oew
We learn , ; boy; abft . ltt -19 yean ót
sg e i ntimed• killed by the ex .
plosiott of a 'Cannon
h atWellsville ir N. T.,
sturilaj, IFas sta44ing sevAral
ro b from the cannon; and abdig the tin*
et the explosion attempted
-the o ening in , fmnt of..it; when a piece
:of thelmetalstru c k " ienne eaa
log him instantly. His parents , resided
4\ -1 ill Wellsville. We are informed thatoth-
t r s were ;lightly injured by the explosion.
I Tra ted, immediately at this. Office,
1 100 Nandi a - f ociorot#Ax, ,§ICIGAit
on atedaunt of subscriptions.. ' We will
lalso take all kinds of edible produce 'at
marked price on settlement of old accounts
:--i or in p ymeat of uetrsubscriptions. • Ten
copies f the JOIIItT4IAL W n kit Tbe : sent ,to a
club fo Ten Dallnr4 'or, we will `send a
~ copy o any $3 marai' iiie - to any one who
sill d u ct us ULM in cash for ten cop..
1 ies of he JotrailAL. -
We earn that i'laan was • Eanniered at
Ceres, 1 Meit_ein 'desk Friday; by : ten
Irish Man with .whoni`lie had
pecuniary difficulty during the day. We
did not learn. either .party's name. The
Ifishniaa ewers the deeeased.should nev
er see 'the Pourth . of July unlesi he paid
him certain money heowed him; and that
be would beat his.brains out with .a beech
1 1 club. i Theman 'started off in , his wagon,
and was found" dead sOonaft4r, with his
bead terribly_beaten. The Irbihman was
arrested, and afterati examination corn
", muted t S thport
Ja, l •
" One who Knows".informs us that we
snails mis e m .saymg that ultasky
i vas at the bottom : of ,- .the , rowdyism of a
week Lio Siturday.iiiAta—ii was Aim
. -- We - ,regaid this as a libel on the
ftrYeh in+)..Pedlirs ; noticed , , in bur - article
of - the, :week: before,: . iii - asainch as' their
/ouppl4tnust have beea more limited than
;we were led to. believe; or- their poison
was not powerful enough;--hence, those
line ,Creekere r 'fiternaebs, (able, perhaps,
-.! to tak evettp,rustic acid . without wino
... .. . .
ied a stronger potion. Their
;,. bowel§ are said tO..be (*kited With a fire
cement, formed by the action of the
, ttryelmine -and otherpoikinouti substan
'k tee feand in the, wfiiiky they had hereto
fore teem in the habit.of ',Touring down"
)their throats' ::'. The - cernent neutralized
gibe Ornery Object , ' Of the whisky, and
- ,1 they are now endeavoring to t•cut" the
ileceti . oft their stointichs with alcohol.
i t' •
•c - IVe t rust they. may have . success in their
,Indertaking, though we are inclined to
lbelieve the result will &tali be for the
,-Ipublie good. _ , .., . •
BROKE 013 T.- Three Prfsone Tit Escap- •
edfrons jail.... Jiiiiii Gross, (convicted
„at la4t.' Court; to $5O fine
tad one year's:imprisonment' in the coun
ty jail, for assnt!lt and, battery, upon an
old German naMetilig3,ier, . in Sweden
.tovnibip,) an& Satibuel and Wallace; . Aus
On, the suspentedlintaii-thieves noticed
daesihere ' ) escaped from onr jail ou Tins-
day night. lt is . supposed they were as
, tteci l by friends,,,nn the outside, as they
;ed , sawed off one pfthe iron window
bus and tiren• with. a e' 'hemlogli stick
it , roltcl it' off,- Making an .aperture large
lenbilgh for any 7 ordtnary sized man to get
throUgh. The tar was of Sweed. iron,
lo4ibottt * of an inch thick; it was saw.
td nearly half off. The Sheriff describes
tlieo in our , colunans, and has issued
4bills 'offering reward 'fat their sp . -
Preuension.. JJa sent two or three men
oat Wednesday morning, to , k)ok after
a eo p.
I S.—The Austin were retaken two
North of Ellisburg i 'duWednesday
'con. The elder brother evinced
1 disP°Bl°c":lt°'figh at t first ; but was
(mimed, down.. . They were 're-corn
. to our jail late Wednesday, night ;
.'d not learn.tha 'Omen' of their cap.
who reside near Ellisburg;
nternoon between 4: aid .6 o'clock, the
tether!) portion of this empty,: and this
'itn i lity, was visite:4 n" heavy tornado
/Ind and rain/1714h; An, far an We can
tints 'been - very !lestrtictlire to' die
ew,to property. The
t°1 1 1) f Mr. Flgonomb's home, inlintntn4
t'll)lown off or in; The house was ita
'ne. In Bower aver 50 Meg of tim
AbiTA:t;::Yi aan o f be tinging to
wl t fi t to l 4 1111 ::*.4 Vidclniar
Me Peitt'a they, ri
ing,t a, something like 10 acres
on eaoh - Side - Ofilciamj,; se pale - did7tiot
get the horse out until gunday morning.
Alra..C. having proCeeded 'With grea4:dif
fieultyto a neighbors', house, Where, she
remained over night. In the village along
.the riier: bank"finit trees' were blown
down . ; and we learn that in -Eulalia and
_'south . d - .Ekis in :the Apeghany
Valley, a vast amount of forest was blown .
down, and, in one FiTlfall : sp,.., , o heids
of cattle were ,fenced in with trees so that
that they could not he got'out by a 'num
ber of men who worked faithfully all day
Sunday. We have not learned the extent
of its ravages south of us, but this village
seems to have been its northern boundary.
Horse Theives Arrested.—Last- Thera
day. forenoon two chaps, _one, a. boy of
about 16 or 17 years, came to Glasstnire's
hotel in this place, driving .a middling
sized dark-bay mare in au old buggy, and
having on the mare a nice oilier-motinted
single harness with breast collar, worth
about thirty-five dollars, and in the bug
gy a very. good saddle and a blue fly-net.
Their . appearance and manner, as well as
the•jaded condition of the horse, excited
the suspicion of Mr. Glassmire, who with
others collected about the• buggy, and Mr.
G. proposing'to purchase the entire prop
ertY, .114edifie. price; wh"ep all Was offered
for: $3O.- .Tha parties •were allowed to
pass on 'their way, and when" they reach
ed the south bank of the river, they were
observed to abandon their property and
"make 'for the woods;" whereupon two
of our citizens "made after them," and
after a short run arrested
, them and
brought them to the court house, where
they were, separately examined before
Justice Cushing. They gave their names
as Samuel C. and Wallace Austin, broth
ers, and stated that they lived in the
town of Nuuda, 14 miles west of Bor.
'Samuel, the elder, said that they, left
home on Tuesday morning; that the
horse belonged to his 'father, John Aus=
tin, and the bUggy to dharles King, East
Hill, ..blnnda; that they bought the har
ness, saddle and fly-net of &stranger on
the road for $9 in cash; that his broth
er's name was Benjamin. . •
Wallace (alias Benjamin) said the
horse belonged to' David C.. Howell, of
Brook's Grove, and the buggy to Charles
King; that they traded a 2-year-old colt
for the harness and buggy.
They were committed to jail on suspi
cion, to await furthe; investigation and
correspondence, and we learn that a let
ter has been received from Wellsville,
stating that that two horses, a buggy
&c., were stolen from near Nunda a week
ago Monday night, and that the prop
erty intercepted here answers to the de, l
seription of that. No doubt the chaps
will Boon have justice meted to them.
P. S.—The owner of, the horse, buggy
&c., Mr. E. Howell, arrived here on Wed
nesday, froth :Brooke drove; reclaimed
the property,' and took the theives home
Az Pittsburg, on Friday evening week,
a policeman named Richard Jones killed
his wife by stabbing and .shooting her,
terribly !mutilating her body. He im
mediately, gave himself up, alleging that
he had found her in adulterous intercourse
with a bUtcher of that city:,
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.—Another fright
ful Railroad accident occurred on the
27th, on the Michigan Southern road.
The heavi rains carried away a sluice
was and 4 , train was , plunged , into.
the bieak, 'near South Bead: Some 150
passengers ware on the train; 35 of whom
were killed and fifty to sixty wounded.
CHANGING NAMES.--Persons wishing
to change their, names,have hitherto had
to, apply,to ,the legislature.; butaccordinF
to the provisions 'of an act of the last leg•
lature of this State; persons , hoeing a
desire to chose theif n'ameecaWdo•So by
appiAt to the CDint, of comitionTleas.—
SPC ; , l .4 l A(e ti eM' : '
DISEAAk - 0F . TH4: . ;31:0440ff;
The stomach:is the , most liable to get ,ont
of order. ..genca how important:that no:dis
eased matter clog its operation, which would
cause nausea and distress, by our food, , Jt al-.
so - weakens the ,brain , destroys the memory,
Creates pains and.diuiness, and. various
MOPS In' the head- prodnGea diffinnt
ty in breathing and swallowing. •Sometimes ,
fainting and fits will , ensue; als, bad breath,
restlessness and great loss of strength. !; If not .
immediately attended. to, the bleod will carry
the disease through
,the whole system; and
death will end the work. From 2t05 of these
Pills tt,dity will keep the. digestive
a healthy condition, and anelogormarrystwel
all impure matter, and thoroughlyputore,and
elearise the stomach; at„Lbe satne time the
Pills will so purify the blocid,,.as, to . ,drive all
manner ofdisease from the system. ,
In a quantity of corrupted matter there is
itlwitys to be found a nest of worms. They
cannot, neither will they itaf anywhere *lse.
Weak stainiChand beads 'sire subject to them,
ns they hare net sufficient power to digest their
.food„ . Hence s large heap of matter is lodged,
and Ivor= most be the lzega,t,.: A few, doses
of th ese, Pills will. disturb..theet in -their. neat,
and- driv_e them out, of the system. • •
It should be' remembered,.that woceaalon
el dose when in health, especially after, tak
ing cold, will preventrue disease from forming
Dr. Morse's Indian itecit Pills are sold
, L by all dealers in• Medicines. • `:•
,c0411411.TE 45,,0R.2 1 ,31R1 V 7, _OF
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS '&
Crockery & Glassware. .
ilso,.a good stock , of MISCELLANEOUS and
SCROOI I B o ok s,
All of which they will sell AS LOW AS CAlq
. 13E.BOUGHT ELSEWHERE LNT''
. PRODUCE OF„ ALL . KINDS
IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS,
HIGSSST PRICE be paid.
They can be found at all times, (Saturday
and Sunday•excepted,) at the Store formerly
occupied by D. - BAKER,_ , • - ' -
ready to wait upon Customers.'
N. 11--rte .bava eerie to tbe conelesion tbs.
is better for all parties, and:we' stiall, there
fore do linsiness on this"system. .`
Ulyssei, June 20, 1858.-16t52*.
Fifth Year ei the Enterprise I
NEW LIST OF GIFTS, FOR 1859.
CATALOGUES FREE TO ALL.
G.- G. EVANS
t his Origirmi gift Zook &al%
No. 439 Chestnut Street, "iludelpia,
Commences the New'Venr, with an enlarged
Catalogue, a greater. vorietyof Gifts, increased
facilities for buying Goods and doing , business,
and is now prepared to offei, greater •induce
ments- to Book buyet4 than: ever' Time
has proved that the Gift SYsteMispermanent.
EVANS is determined to prove, that ,hii Estab
lishment is conducted under that system
more liberal and impartial " manner , than. any,
other. Having,lifed down almost all opposi
tion, and having-the legitimacy of his plan of
operation acknowledged fro - in Maine to Cali
fornia, he can afford to be generous. Try him,
and judge for yourself.
SCHEDULE OF GIFTS,
Patent English Lever Gold Watches, $lOO 00
Patent Anchor Lever Gold 'Watches, 50 00
Ladies' 18k, Case Gold Lever Watches, 50 00
Ladies' 18k. Case Gold Lever Watches,
open dial,. 35 Of
Gents' Sillier Lever Watches, 25 00
Gents' Silver Lever "Watehes, 15 00
Gents' Silver Lepine Watches, • - 12 00
Parlor Time Pieces, net pattern, • 10 00
Ladies' Elegant Black Silk Dress Pat
terns, , 15 00
Ladies' do Plaid do do 12 00
Ladies' Cameo Sets, (Pin and Drops,)
extra fine, l5 00
Ladies' Cameo Sets, do 10 00
Ladies' Gold Bracelets, Stone Settings, 10 00
Ladies' Gold Bracelets, plain or engtav
ned Band, , 5 00
Gents' Solid Gold "Vest Chains, new pat, 15 00 1
Gents' best English plated Vest Chains, 500
Ladies' Guards, or Chatelaine Chains,
choice, " 15 00
Large Gold Spring Lockets, double cases, 10 00
Large Gold Snap Lockets, - do 6 00.
Medium size, No. 3, Lockets, do 300
Heavy Gold Pencil Cases, with Gold Pens, 7 . 50
Superior Gold Pens, with Holders & etor, 300
Ladies' Gold Pencils, 2.00.
Gents' IleavY Gold Pencils, • 350
Gents' Gold Pens, with Silver Extension
Pencils, ' - • 1 '
Ladies' Gold Pens, in Boxes with Ivory
Holders, • 150
Ladies' Mosaic Gold. Stone Sets. , 12 00
Ladies' Florentine" Sets, Pin and Drops, 10 00
Ladies' Jet Sets, do do '1 50
Ladies' Lava, - do do 'lO 00
Ladles' Cameo Pins, large size, 5 00'
Ladies' do do medium, 3 50!
Ladies'_ 'do do small, 250
Ladies'• Gold Stone Pins, small, 2 50
Ladies Box and Glass Miniature or Hair
Pins, - 2 00
Ladies' Plain Gold Pins, new pattern, 250
Ladies' do Ear Drops, - 200
Misses' do Gold Pins, 150
gents, Cluster Pins, opal centre, 2 50
Gents' Single Stone Pins, • i.OO
Gents', Cameo or Mosaic Bosom Studs, 460
Gents' Engraved Gold do do 2"50
Gehts' Plain do do • de 200
Gents' Sleeve Butione, ' 2 50
Ladies' do do . - -2 00
Ladles' Pearl Card Cases, • 5 00
Ladles' Cameo, Mosaic, or gold Stone
Ribbon Pins, ~
Gents' Silver Pencils, .
Gents' Pearl Pocket Knives; 3 ,blides, -
best quality, ' 1 00
Gents' Buff or Ivory ; ., .do,.- ,do ,75
Millses' Lava Pine, . .. • • 2 50.
Gen& Gold Watch Keys ancL Pencils.
coMbined, .- , 200
Gents' Gold Tootpieksi s with Slides, 2 00
Gents' Gold Rings, with Stone Setting, - 2.50
Ladies_ do • do do, 1 ; 60
Sets Silver. Plated Tea, Spoons, 3 00
Silver-Plated Butter Knives,- 1 00
Ladies' or Gents' Norte-Min:Males .. 160
Gents' Gold Watch Kays' or Vestlooks, '1 00
Ladies'.Florentine Breast. Pins,: , - a so
Ladies: Jet- ,• .. :do .. - 3.50
Ladies' Mosaic • • ' do 500
Cameo• Ear Drops, . • . • 4.50
Misses', ~ . do" do . 250
Misses' Ear Drops, with Stone Setting, 200
Misses' Gold Bracelet, Half Round Band, 4 00
Ladies' • do.. " da • do 600
Gents' Scarf Pin, • • 2 00
Gents' Jet Studs, 00
Gents' Set Sleeve Patton;
ilisses'_o4gd,Grosses,, . • -
4iseellaisions Gifts; tioressninetistetin
Ake Afi.ove vs lag in val A t ) e„
fri ;6 Tits s2qoaj
't T. 1
abovh Gifts will be
ingargallydistributed among Pnrchaßers with
'every' $l ,OOO worth of lSooks
141'0 •Publlshera govrest '
• 'All Nvans dond not Oldish
self are bOught'dire'ct from Pabliiheti,, and
In large iluantities; Books-to suit everi taste
are to be' fonnd on his Cctploguo, at prices
which Would - be . an iodunituest even' Withciut
the' Gift System, Wbich 'addi
tional advantages. . ' `.l
- Works' by - the.most popular authors. ilving
and dead, in. all styles, from, the most costly
to the substantial, :at 'astonishing
.•, .• • . • .
CATALOGUES, SENT. FREE TO ANT, ADDRESS, -
.bay'd-Taylor's Tiav's,: Works of Dean Swift;
:Works of Miss Bremer, .• 4 . 4 .. Jnd'e Haliburton
Bulwer, , .. u
. - : 44 ,'l;awenceSterne,
" Addison,- Waverly Hove
44 Thaekeray, " Works :of B: Franklin,
u . Dr. Johnson, 44 Thos. Jelfersou,' ,
44 J.. F. Cooper, 44 Charles Dickens;
44 J. T. Headley, a Mrs. Southworthi
44 Frank Forrester, " Mrs- Houtz, :
44 Hugh Miller, _ _ 44 Mrs. Sedgwick,
" PaP-114tynee41; - Virg; _Townsend,
" Charlo'e Bionte, ,- 44 . •S. 31.:Sittucker,
• 44 lk:S.`Aithur,
44 'Grace 'Agailar, 44 - AL:S.-Roe,
. 44 C. H. Spurgeon, ' 44 •D. P. Thompson,
44 . Capt. Marryatt, - Sam Slick, • :
", • Peter : Parley, • • 44- Jane Austin,
44 Mrs. Moodie, Marion 'Harland,
44 Smollet, 44 Mary Howitt,..
4 4 • Fielding, - ." Charles Lamb, •
44 - Perry, - 4 Edward .Everett,
44 Wilkes, " Lorenzo Dow,
Barto!lr : LOr4J 3 4curar
HISTORY-A:9 BIOGRAPHY.OP - ISE -MOST
Hume, , • '
- Prescott, • •
Amin host of otbeis, to
... • T. B. Reid,
Mrs. - Jamieson,
• Byron, :
_ ...1 1 Pore; S
• Mrs. Jamieson,
'" • Edgar A. Poe,
has the above in all stylei,".of hindiug,
from plain cloth to the finest daf and antique,
to - suit all clithei - of pfirchisiets; 'lle' sells .
these as cheap as, any. other house A c t, Ocicou
t r yOnsides the 'adilitionel-advantAgeotrt
with each Book sold, . , -
ALBIIiiS FOR•THE LADIES
Albums of all sizes and styles of binding, to
suit.alllisteS, profusely ilinsthititiivith:mag
iiificenkSteel Engravings. -r;• . -. :: 'lr if ,
BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS & HYILC, BOOKS.
Method‘t Hymn Books,l Episco'l Prayer Books;
Baptist Hymn Books, Catholic Prayer Books;
Luth'an Hymn Books, Presbyt'n Hymn Books,
Of all: • sizes, and t.ound in all styles, Ara
besque, Turkey morocco, Antique,Nelvet, &c.;
with and without clasps. - -
' . FAMILY BIBLES. • '
A large assortment of Fathily Bibles, of sll
descriptions and all prices, from, $l to $5O;
illustrated with fine engravings, printed with
large type, on good paper and in various
styles of binding, ffom the simplest to the
most ornamental. Also, Pulpit Bibles, in va
rious styles, at low prices.
4' A complete Classified Catalogue of
Books, in every department of literature, con.'
taining a complete List of Gifts,
structioes'te c ti °este Agents an dp ersoni forrriirig,ClUbs,
will be sent free to any pert of the Union: Per
sons Wishing to form Librariesoihould'hkOefit
as a book of reference before making ouitheir
lists. Send for it, and you will be convinced
of the cheapness and variety of the Books, be=
sides being pleased with the liberality of the
system. • ' -
Orders from the country promptly and sat
isfactorily filled,. and.go,ods sent by, mail or es
press to any-, part of the country. Any book
published s in the United States,: the retail price
of which is 'One :Dollar ortipWards; ,will pe
promptly sent by ineiE on receipt of publisher's
viith poituge as per catalogue. .
Libend - cominissions all r ovred to all persons
forming Clubs. Perions acting ' as Agents for
us can -. reap all the advantage's of the Gift sys
tem without 'any cost to themselves, thus get
ting-it Libiney of, good books in a very short
time;beitdes which, the Gifts, received.wi
the cornimssion books, will sell h
for more the
enough to' amply pay diem for theirtro
Agents - wanted in every town: in the'Efnion.
Persons wishing' to act as such, and all those
desirous of, a Catalogue; will con&i. a favor by
sending their address to •, - ' '
- G. G. E Y ANS,
Gift Boob:Store and Publishing House,
439 68E8Tiqu'r STREET,
[33-19.5.1 . ,
• =WOOL 1 . WOOL ! 1 WOOL itr
Want.eiCliti-E.ihiiiige lb* 'Cloth,
AA • the old' add yell known 'WoolLearding
and Cloth-Dressing eduiblielinient Of the
River. „near Genesee Yorks, :where he :has : IF
stock ofPLOTIp, Selected with special liefir?
eine lo the wants. : of,the,!"prmers.4nicl•
barmen of .Potter conniy,,,which, he. Willi ox-, ,
change"fOr WOOL:lo,#,Vpr t hat-will pe:thg
railkera aoa l 4ol . ge.F.9 lll 4alFO say.. 9ne
wor f4o Yarrners',Vives : Jis yon all, like
spJtto good.:ftells:,. don't * forget to 'send. your
Wool where .3 , 4 are. always •sorgs . to - ;ge4 : good
work done. ILO. PERM'.
. Genesee, dinie'2o,
SIIAVING AND HAIR-DRESSING SALOON )
Main, between IThit' d and. Fourth ;Street!,
Conderspott Pa • . 11:36.
HARDWAR,P r Iron and:Nails; GlastliSakh
and Putty, .Fainta and. °Hsi .Aleohi4
Camphene and Burning Fluid, .1, •
20 • , . 'CLARK & PHILLIPS._
RE LEAF LARD , In. Mti
Pcan be had at. the Old Regulator.- Alio;
Sugai Cured trams, aplenty:of Heads, Shanks
• - STOR
(nearly - oPlasite - li(Shin . "
.11!,:og.' Grocery,) Alle ,
TtProptiet t ar of the itlxrVie establislinseht
:1 1 .4 respectfully %fond the inhabitants .
of coudevirt, and Potter corntr-gEnatalliy; •
that hits row prepared th "apply theinNvith
BOOTS, SHOES, a-prints,' :LEATH:FR
FINDINGS, 4c., of ev,ery description. at.pri.
cos which? cannot fail; to snit; . We hart on
band, and are constantly:receiving frets New
thelnest assortinent oi,goods that can
be-lound In:this portiOn• Of the- countryOuld
mill nil the same at prices. which. aril:L.o,
• DEPT COMETIT/0);
, •40LE, ,
.UPP.EIC LEAnit SIP Sip":
..MPT-CAT PALP # 1 1.):
PEGS, NAILS, AWLS, and FINDINGS. of evl
ery description, in-qtrantitieito,snit purcha-
EtiItOKABLV .- ioyA PRICES : FOR~GASH.
oar establEthrnebt are of
the . Best,Quality, - and be WARRANTED:
2,ls‘finhistilDash (111116 C :Give okairia,L
GEORGE, T.., WARREN.
Wellsville, May 19,
aitif,Oclier4 all, or left ttie
Jock:2l4x. thartea r Cou4eraporti will be proaipt
ly-And: carefully attended
• Russell, t -.,
: . Ferguson, "
~, Rollin, , ~ .!
I : • ,Lord; , .. : 7.
I. • Sparks,' , • , • :.
o nurberomsto, mention.
n °DEAN POETB: ',
• Ctkaucer, •
Mrs. Norton, •
,Hemble; =• •
Cowper, • _
11 1 1iittier,
.rYaq , , •
TO ••-, •
Cash ,'and' Shiiirt7Time . Ba,Pcis.,
LODES AND OENTLF4PIN
Aft NOW Itgait.Nd my smiSTER
which atabilitei abilast eye4tblig
tonally, kpt,by_the ,CariatrplarChaat—r:- ,
WAY GOODP, ,
• tiIItOCERIN§, •
HARD -WARE} . -
BOOTS. At SHOES, .
'HA T C. P,
, • *0 Itt):C - K
all, of lefhtoh Rralmia to, 801, at lo* qgaris,
for, cash or, approved credit., •
Call and see our GOODS and PRI,
CES:}. 'Being thankful for past favbra, -1
btopa'lm'be able no* to aer more
ivray 25'1186g:40i rr
COUDERSPORT ' June -- 221 , 185914:44.4mict.''
TwErrririitirtdr %W. rXiiitiNriiiitior.E3,
Iby pint Pi• A ::STEIIIIBINSI 'andb4-,
lug; ex.ll6las the exclusive sale of the'
Etee t iTesi- Scyt t lates,
and the only pb?,CAN - 7s_he,rit'r:4l- .4. 1 e. 1 $
h the county, ' '
2 0i11111%; C441)1W,.. 1.;
' BilFereteel. arid,
Casfisieel A;tt*N #4( , llislict7,tkiiig.iti the Bird:
warC line.. ,: ' ' " - - •
We wearMiroldclotheeandboard ism.xtlyeit;
so- : to !give- on* mummers' bettilfall the
profits. Please g ive us a call, one. nd a ll ; •at
the old.itatid; and:We' will try. and do what
we advertise: ' STEIIIIINS..
Cotdersport, June 29, 1859.-Imo..
CLARK & PHILLIPS
:ST : OO,K
0 r ..,.
iNtigNgt - ::0000 . k.:
SO, ),i;R GOODS
JUST `RECEIVED BY
C. H. SIMIVIONS
• • AND
Cash and , Shart-Tinze.'..Basers: •
T AM NOW RECEIVING- tax ?.tiMrrier stock,
which embraces.everkthing usually k4t,
by a Country Ilerchunt 7 --, . • , • .
• 1., _ -GROCERIES,
FIARO , WARE,
BOOTS 4. SEtOEFI,.
lEt , " "'S- • 'CAPS,
;.0 9,1% EA X c.,
all of which will bel l sold at low 'figures 'for
cash'or approved credit...
I GOOD TOl3 'POD 45 ' COSTS;
Lades'. Fpip co nb , 'ress and other pnitess, , ,tran,,::ls
ets: o $l,OO.
,• f' " CALF , , t .3,05(
FINE t)E LAINES, ;0
GOOD LAWNS, 12
and nll other goods in proportion, for Eteddy
Pay of most, kinds. • ,
lid Cash paid for GOOD LUMBEit., ,
Oswayo, Juna , 115,1859.-43-IV , -
SELL- , • , •
‘l3, FISEI, 7 VPIIK &C.,
'Cheaper .than .
.AN ontEli*mum' SELL FOitt
and tr4to 49°d•
I will also Iray,Casit . for 1 ,1 :10tn; ,‘
's V OOLa.
40 j: -
,- - I' , /) :ii' '
, ;1.4. 4 •
, _ W . W4V • If4. !I t.
C° r A ltli cFPPr iebl P 4ll F 4 t lCi l l ir a
qi t ; a .I. 4 ac
the largest,hamost 2 *afflinOrelifpatronized- and
es , ta t
Uri! 441 3 . tPc(11114 t _f4l 41qp_taa,4fropi
.tiag,,ia taara,nteed,to csenpatent icy:name
the'llooko of aujr'Aosaontle*oct•VlZAlPlTAG
earn :~ ~ ~81at~ : of `fzo~
4: Iwo to
Madent*.elabir , * UM. ,44 1 01 , 4 1 04Y4W1T
.Revient it pleasure:: _.l‘ •
, : • . • • rt- ;2i
51 .ftemituos Ice 'belt ..Thaudiedst .1.1444
• :.;. ! ..2,
I MP! rOAITIaf;h! INtrist
,- For-Cirdplia. andiSpeciateris 4 0
tlositvick-lettailettitifp4 dad kddrei6 7 * 3
Uid, 4gq4PAßiy.ent , i4 Of: lii . tr.illt
.L. , ..,*lieg,nY , P o l!l , l' fi x • ' ' l 3li 2
ritoincps to the rieep eof, et and .
loliiing Cinaiitieria Piiiii`Otiiiiiil,li; Oa:qui ,
neatly estatilkilied'iti'Sellatille'rebad la`tk
' pared:to' perforni %the seationiotipetatioha ;to
DO 2 t4tiit,' F4r.dal iAtenikin ;4 i blielted-,to
iau atyje of Ausertink,,kigrr.tCl4l.,;,FlTA
Superior'' to, any . other WIC' ikftwil?, * 4 *
ti Allen'e Continuous' 4:;nint! 3 #• ; .iill,ifort' an&
ranted...Littera 'of iriquiry'penfieptly4inineared•
,". Noy. 10, 1014; .o. .4.14',03,X1MEERA11.,:',
to: - $lllOO iitit igitiii ,' , -". '
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. 1 Ik.
)11 ETII I NRIINATiTrra t , IrjAY4lllMria
1 .. f.1...6 1 ) '' • '''l 'lribisa.." 14
. 16 .04,Lt .
'litariiifahfuired taitlandoicat, '
and' 4s l pre'llaked i 'thinly': tßffeie4 4 ''
froteoilier Snleritto93l-11t11.4110* '
• as io produce /LIT 4i pip 43,
find, - 4 . kiiitts a Cite, witho4f,',eon
tifillni'lqiirtintli bflalifitne 4 if,den
the` 8ie411 , 6i-Cakeds.bikeeth
Irjr,irroduolngtwholtanthe itsiil " 4
kerY. par 441 e OUPI@TAWded
tl •P 3l * tr ea * IP OAEB SPl TbrliediAt el4ing,cquiegOn
lytiOtaldgr , ehuiiiiintikhittiiSl
Wablfvtinl Flout. , llTAVliill'ialukft
pateeliu , liyititellnetet of thliaideelk.
tus that it 'is •et,d4elyi s rerWit?'...".., - _
0 0-eX,SOckraigs• I. 1/71_, , id 4.1.10-r, `'c,
4' hijiaeged "in line ,pound papga i , ~
enctilvfitiqierbiltlifidi'lifil;W l-1 10 i .
itt'agest , lifedioldtdcaleratual.4l.l =;,` • •
tun,' tfarilited Aunt ial . breadifili:: I .
* a ghtlg °4tre.i . "Bo/440,a,taltit 70 , .
the ink. IVb ea ,yii,U julpiltiattotAl 1i•,.;-,I•
paper you should preserve tioiwrati
, 1 '
per, • and 'be Vartictiliii"Vlint Itt .." • '''
il l .
next exhetl yl like lite fits brand •: , i . ';',
above. , . ~...4.) .-1 , 1,;; ,:,., ....gaiip 4 . ',.•,,, .!:
Eull. aireptkoui 10 niskittftlf4. '631
illy thitt'SnlecutiZt iind;', 1 , 3 94041.01 •:I
or Oream '404 I Will '''V , VP I P?. O .1 ••'
each inpliage•; ii i 1 3 9!: altectiar for, 'lab"
na r aking,•all`ltinde 'Of , PciatrYtidsoP•"Th'l'!.
for making:Soda, Water undifiliddi ii :; -;.:
ihz , Powders. - if I ,Ttilr;'- 11r v.. VO ,
g AKE Y9Uy, OWN pap . .- ,
WITH • ' r:
II- I': BABBI l lufi& 'Rini& OONCP., c " z '
„ , ..TRATED.:POTII, 4 j:vi q l l 4- '::
Warranted., don th eblil Von& ati i, , i
,;ordinary. Pc[taf,4 ilPPkilPrili,,.-ca*....
'.yl lb: *, lbs., 3 lint.,l/ lbs•Jula}"Pilbs• ~,
With hill .thructions, for nsakin '.'
Asnlliiiid iiiidnpo ft "Sci&p.l,"Ciiifeutifire 'i
• :I ' will dturtliiitliettiemi,datitolailalin '.
IneVile.t.. :.: • : ,-"!,,, • •,:il I Ii . 7 ;• iir;•4l a , • '
7C.,Ch Ni.ClPWitCred:Alli It *4. l 4Gth
I I ' , Xi; •T: lattß6tl , f
' ',Noii..ate r nii4,leVi r itititattnii! c itivii,
' 4' Ninvlfork,antilitidd Indigitriii '
.1. il3nsunii 4 1, 1 .:: t t I . l f iii4Vii:"Pi'
, k, t il
Thy Anieir Cap tilatokitt, ,
cle - greitt ntilityi-itiebtitiefii to.; =
Persons afiliected with BrOletrithk,
Dyipepsia, Liver-complaint-or Kidney affec
tions, eau: procure .13PosoicilwayinC.for
these...m*o iliseasesim.ol.4.l44ftanti Sold
24, Frainkfortest. .‘
takeEo 3 4l
tist polovek ekiti4. l 2o) /100,04/o;.‘
10 1 114PN
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or offin - ot:ii=44.iii.. s tici„lA-,0444-itAcie4ten t
nal kip#plotis.. ReiPtaPa_kkoifigrorPePOifity.;
11 4: 44Itidgnfr0411011,111#41141MOUrclav
a 4:r. : 1 :: - BY Ba DB:WSBY4Likr, '',44i. - ffi.q
- The , itnprfatit feitittif . 4teerlifint itiktfilit
solitude of youth, may* C'esibiliiiiiiiiik
iVITIIOUT BrEtirentirffinErtnin tract elm
111 0 1 7 Icle*Arllct :P 1 "1 9 104k . . 4 1 1;
Ati.the'r, ,t ,exp Kis
~.,, y 'sil t n ok,
eitiy l o - ali 1 '.'sq.o4 ttl Cali . T• 4' - gif t
ati&iiihe lean iielhilsii Ciro , :ibliati - Z.
iiitgalittbiudvertikedAtostitirukorifilie: .1 i!i''.
si3OßTeicittri tarrirefat th rfa m it
tloiocts 1 1lieStamPs."f . rif •ti r4 , c.rxf:;
Did 310;dtkiipisir ow
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Wli, li.ktaf.)*Bi*liii Ariiiiittacia* ,
bi hattg a til i ltsl3#s 4 o , Mlo*
...,..: l kie tE -w*t.xi t -tttAtrA, „
hi tliii meet olq: B. lErnalthie atere,
he will supply the public with Fresh sftraid
Muttonevery Tikeldttrir,tattrida - 7 7 eis i bm
and riesli'VenisoiliMpipiei*C ' ' 13. y ,
low pilcds , , promidiesArid kali' h e fitly's'
to deinrie and receive klibeial Patraisge.
Coudersport, June 2"ii, 1859.-15-Iwo.
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