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`l;friva and eguittg.
cOUDERSPORT, DECEMBER 29, 1889.'
fira.l of Kenyon, Wilkinson and
oe s, at Oswayo, village has been dis
,lved, and now goes into the hands of
, e Senior partner. See advertisement
rte proper place.
The firm of Clark & Phillips, of Wells-
Ile, have been taking another partner,
d are now known as Phillips, Clark &
rO. They are nevertheless, the same
, o rough-going business men . , regtrlatiog
, e Provision trade that places as ilsuat
• their advertisement in another eolum rt.
re observe that the people hi the vii
nity of the celebrated Oil Springs in
rawford county are to have ancwspa
r published among them—the proprie
rs of the 'leadville Free Press being
~ot to move heir press to Titurville.
e hope our friend Burchfield will real
e all his expectations.
We beg to again call the attention of
r readers to the advertisement, headed,.
pedal Mitt°lnternal:lE from ;he Quaket
ity Publishing House." 'We have re
eky had a practical assurance of the
omptness of that house to comply with
. business ennagements, and of the mu
&epee of its gifts. Try „it, for your. ,
Andresen's Vegetable lironveXan Salve.
We have frequently spoken of the 41e
rved popularity of this medicine--made
large quantities in the eastern part of
is county—and were somewhat surpris
a few days sine: at receiving an order
.m the clever proprietor for some 15,-
10 labels and bills- to accompany the
lye when sold. We state this to show
.e l opularity of the meiielne, and to
ow our citizens the partiality of Mr.
adresen for home industry.
Donation —We aro requested to state
at the friends of the Rev. M. 11. Rice,
.stor of the M. E. Church in this place,
II give him a tbnation at the Parsonage,
week from Friday 'Evetring, January
h inst. Citizens of this village and
einity generally, are cordially invited to
The following are the names of the
F. Glassmire, Mrs. D. F. Glassmire,
C. Taggart, Mrs. A. C. Taggart,
Canfield, Mrs. I. Canfield,
E. Rees, .Mrs. E. Rees,
A. G. Olmstead, Miss Ellen Ross,'
T. King, Miss Sarah Taggart,
W. Dwight, Miss I. Butterworth,
E. 0. Rees, M:ss Nancy Jones,
A. B. Mann. Miss Mary Rees.
The Weather.—Snow about 18 inches
cp on the level, on hard ground, and
e sleighing of the most delightful kind,
licit has been "duly appreciated" - for
or a week, and is likely to be for seo
weeks to come. Monday last a die
sition to " thaw out" was manifest, but
Boreas has conquered, and cold weath
is again the order - of the day. Log
niers are enjoying the weather exceed
ely, and B. S. Colwell is getting in an
erage of nearly_ 50,000 feet per day at
sa place, for the Westons at Portville.
.e balance of his job amounts to about
o and a half millions feet, which he
als 4 or 5 miles, employing about
erteen teams in drawing alone. It will
t take him long to complete the job at
• rate he is now hauling.
IVe have long neilected a duty we
;ht to have performed more than a
'nth ago—a duty which though late
the performance, is nevertheless one
real pleasure. It is to call the atten
.a of our readers to the advertisement
Messrs. Larrabee, Lewis &Co., of Levy is
le. They.are one of the most rehalile
d fair-dealing business concerns in our
.unty, and doing as extensive a busi
es as is done in that community—and
them our friends Daniels have rivals
, rthy of their mettle. As
. an evidence
their soundness in business tact, we
II say that they, pay cash in advance
their advertising; , and our friend
.rrabee, who presides behind the come
says he regards it as money investes
a large interest—and we are sure he
a truthful fellow. We hope they will
• well sustained, as they no doubt will
by the good people of Ulysses and
ighboring townships. .
The Clysscs Academy.—We are pleased
learn that this new and promising In-•
'tenon is in a flourishing condition. At
'T last accounts there were above eighty
'dents in attendance "and as good look
s a band (so says our informant,) as
a be scared up." The Trustees seem
have bchn uncommonly fortunate in
'eir selection of a principal for their
hoot in the person of Mr. Joseph A
"Per, whose extensive, varied and thor
'gh scholarly attainments, together with
ster;ing moral worth, render him just
e wan for the position he occupies.—
Mr. Seth Lewis, has. consented",tO serve-
the institution_ In the capacity of :Asslst-
Teachei.:.-Theability,of this gentle-
Man a:To tea Cher and -his -• many , noble
,qualities of , mind and heart;;nrittoo well
known .throtigliout,the coupty and .;ea:,
*hilly in the vicinity of his . fleld..of
boito need any commendatieta from us.
Miss Prances 4. French, of this village,
has been engaged to teach the Instru ,
tnentat Music - To' those parents
who arc desirous of educating their chil
dren we would 'recommend this- school--
both on account ".of the comparativety
trifling expense required and the excellen
cy of the oreperednities there offered for
mental and moral training. We hope the
friends of Education throughout the coun
ty will signify their appreciation of - the
praiseworthy labors of the people of Ulys
ses, by yi . elding to the school a cheerful
and adequate support.
Rev. C. IL Spurgeon.-13y reference
to an advertisement in to- day's paper it
will be seen that the publishers :of the
Christian Watchman and Reflector hate
secured tlie-services of Rev. C. H. Spur:
geon, the ccl +rated London preacher, as
ti regular correspondent of
The Watchman and Rllector is the-old
est Baptist paper in the world. It has
for many years occupied a place ia- the
highest rant of relizions newspapers in
this country, and has received "a liberal
support from the denothination to which
it belongs, white it has- commended the
respect of all.
This addition to its many sterling at
.that its enterprising pro.
priettrrs are determiner} ta impart new in
terest to its pages whenever au opportu
nity occurs; and they Will no doubt gain,
as- they deserve; increased favdr with - the
religious community.. It is published in
Genesee Farnier.—The January number of
this well-known agriculturkl journal Is receiv
ed. It is a splendid number. There are for
ty-eight articles on various agricultural, and
twelveon horticultural subjects, besides many
short articles I It is is illustrated with !wave
beautiful engravings. The Report of the prin
cipal Markets in the "United" States, England,
awl Canada, is very full and reliable. We
have repeatedly commended the Genesee Farm
er: It is the cheapest and one of the very best
agricultural and horticultural journals pub
lished. Price only fifty cents a year! Now
is the time to subscribe, at the caummucercieut
of anew volume. Send the fifty cents in three
cent postage Stamps. Address JOSEPH Hews,
Rochester, N. Y.
A Beautiful Premium —The Proprietors of
the Saturday geenang Post, of Philadelphia.,
that old and celebrated Weekly—are present
ing all their subscribers with a large and beau
tiful sled engraving, called . " Tim SPEAKING
Cluaskss." A copy of this engraving is now
before us, and it really is a very beautiful
-thing. It is a picture of a mother and child,
and can hardly fail to please generally. The
child is looking through an oval frame,—and
of course the picture is as natural as life itself.
We are informed that the price of this engrav
ing iu the Philadelphia print stores, is Foon
DOLLARS. It is scat, , however, as a PREMIUM
to any subscriber to The POsT, who- remits
in addition to his subscription money, the sum
of twenty-five cents to pay the cost of postage.
mailing. &c., &c. if course any one Mailing
the publishers of Tug Posv-52.23; will get not
only their celebrated Weekly for one year,
but this gem of a picture besides. Club sub
scribers also sire entitled to the Engraving, by
remitting 25 cents in addition to their regular
' club rate. Address DEACON .51 . PETERSON, No.
132 South Third Street, Philadelphia, who
will send a sample copy of THE Posr gratis
to any one requesting it.
BMEE into the inclosure of the subscrib•
er on or about the first of Nov., a YEAR
LING HElFER—color, white and spotted.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charges and take her away:
Roulet, Nov. 10, 1859.
. HAY FOR BALL.
Ply TONS near Brookland.
9 Tons near West Pile, S. Brown, Agent.
5 Tons or more in Hector, on hea-waters
of Phenix Creek,..l. L. Wilber, Agent.
Brookland, Pa., Nov. 14, 1850.-11tf.
JUST RECEIVED BY
C. H. SIMMONS,
Cash and Short-Time Buyers
lAM NOW RECEIVING my Fall and Winter
Stock, which embraces everything usually
'kept by a Country Merchant—
BOOTS 4 SHOES,
READY-MA DE CLOTHING,
'HATS 4- CAPS,
all of which will be sold at low figures for
cash or approved credit.
GOOD TEAS FOR 45. CENTS,
Lodiu' Fine Congress and other Gaiters, from 45
ets. to $l,OO.
MESS STOGA BOOTS,.- $2,50
" CALF " 3,65
FINE DE LAINES, • 20
GOOD LAWNS, 12f
and all other goods in proportion, for Ready
Pay of most kinds.
DEW- Cash paid for GOOD LUMBER.
C. H. SIMMONS..
Oswayo, Oct. 5, 1853.-43-Iy.
SATIIILDAY EVENING POST.
STILL GREATER ''bIDUCEMENTS.
A - CHANCE-TO OBTAIN:. - _
" gm - tfipgs. .
A. Beatttlfal ,Engartivlng Also
AS A PREMIUM TO EVERY SUBECRIBER
Frarrox;. NEws, HUMOR, AGRICUL
TURE; THE 313RleETS,
The Proprietors of.the SATURPAY EVEN
ING POST—" the oldest and best of the Week
lies" -,-have 'the pleasure- to announce to the
treading. public, that they have made an ex
clusive engagement With an Author, whose
powerful Stories have of late attracted gieat
attention ; and .that . they will open the -year
1860 with a novelet, written expressly for THE
THE EARL'S DAUGHTERS.'
By the Author of ".TfIE RED 'COURT FARM,"
"THE ROCK," the > HESTER HALLIWELV
Stories, " TILE SIX GRAY PO.WDEBS," "THE
DIAMOND BRACELET," Sze., ' , .
In this story, written expressly for TUE
POST, this powerful writer's genic has-IM4
full scope afforded and we are able to state
—having read: it in manuscript, for it is al
ready in hand—that it will make a sensation,
unless we are greatly - mistaken,. us one-of the
tnost powerful and interesting stories ever pub-
To enable those Unacquainted with THE POST
to judge of the , richness and variety of its gew
ern:l contents, we may state rfrat daring the
past pear we have pablisherftio'relets '
poems, essays, S.:e , from the petit of tire fol
lowing gifitd writers •
Author of "Farm of
• Four Acres.
Eiu'a Alice Brown.
Author of" The Elk
' 'ony Casket."
Mrs. M. A: Denni
Fanny M. Raymond
G. Y. R. James..
H. W Longfellow
Dr. O. W. nolnies
T. S. Arthur.
John G: Whittier
P. J. Bailey, (Au
THE POST does not confine itself, hoWever.
to works of the imagination, as so many Week-
Jies now do. It generally
,devotes a fair por
tion of its ample space to the NEWS of the
WEEK, FOREIGN and DOMESTIC, to LETTERS
FROlf PARIS, to an AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT,
LO BANK NOTE and STOCK LISTS, and to a WENE
LY and ACCURATE PRICE CURLIKNT of the PRO
DUCE MARKETS, &C.,. AC.
HAIIILTOYS TWO VIEWS of
PALLS—a couple of handsome and large-sized
Steel Engravings—the retail price of which is
FIVE DOLLARS—we are enabled to Club with
THE POST on the following remarkable lib
We also Clubwith those well-known Month
Arthur's Home Magazine and
Godey's Lady's Book. Read the following
and - take your choice of
One Copy of.TIIE POST, $2,00 a year.
One Copy of THE POST and both
Engravings of Niarmra Falls, 3,00 "
One 0,,,py of TuE, POk and one of
Arthur's Home Magatine, 3,00 "
One Copy of THE POST and one of
Godey's Lady's Book. ' 3,00 4,
2 . Copies of TIIE POST, $3,00 a year
4 " (and one of the Engravings
to getter up of Ciott i ) 5,00 "
8 " (and one copy extra, or both
Engravings to getter np of.
Club.) 10,00. "
13 ." (and one copy extra, or both
Engravings to getter up of
Club,) . 15,00 "
20 " (and one copy extra, orboth
Engravings to getter up-of
Club,). 20,00 "
30 " (and one copy extra, and
both Engravings to getter
up of Club.) . 30,00 "-
Ministers and School Teachers - are charged
only $1 a year. The Riddle and Problem De
partments renders THE POST particularly ac
ceptable to the latter class.
A BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM.
A large and beautiful Engraving on steel,
17 by 22 inches, called "_THE SPEAKING
LIKENESS," - with be sent to every subscriber
to " THE POST" for 18G0, who shall send, in
addition to his subscription, the sum of twea
tplive cents, to pay the expense of postage,
&c. The retail price of this en
graving is.lro ur Dollars ! It is a Gem I
P. S.—The Postage will be pre-paid oruall
the Engravings. Address,
DEACON & PETERSON.
No. 132 . South Third St„ Philadelphia
B. S. COLWELL
Flour, Meal, .
FEED, FISH, PORK &C.,
• Cheaper than
ANY OTHER MERCHANT CAN SELL FOR
and will take, in payment all kinds of good
I will also Pay Cash for LUMBER.
Also, will pay - the highest 'going prices. in
CAN FOR WOOL.
DS. Store in thd building formerly occu
pied by L. F. Maynard—THE PEOPLE'S CASII
STORE now, more than - ev,r before. -
Coupmeow; June 22 1859.-,44-6mo.
AGENTS WANT E
CARY'S PATENT CAP
To those furnishing satisfactory references,
a liberal salary and expense will be paid. The
art cle is needed by every farmer and mechan
ic in the country, and will' meet with ready
sale. For particulars address
J: C. CARY, nitentee,
81 Nassau Street.
TehAsTEn. for sale by
P. A. STEBI3INS
STEBBINS - 7
And every day'therea -
fa die sale' C4.6436DS ut LOW - F. l lip!ees r" and
y .ftl if le. lie .1 .
... . . .
~:- : ,
• , I.
itignini than ever offerill in • I
. .- •
. il i l-
C OUD 14A`RSP'RT-
lqew and Fresh SuripTie
Are being received
Eis stack coinprises all traliti
varieties of FISCY and DOME'S'
. or° 'l*
Ladies', Gents' and ail
BOOTS, SHOES & G
WOODEN , 'W
NAILS and GLASS,
IRON & STEE
A Large . Quantity
AN D 1
SOM. c E A . ? E. p,
and iptptv Atarr I
IN THE '
COUNTY 1 I•
You nre espftiglly, irriited to 'call.. We a're all
uhrried in the store, but you
reheivo attention: - •
ALL KINDS OF
on account, and in exchange for ICroods ;
g ; ezdA 9 eilifwea Mitidear/
COHN,. WHEAT, RYE,
OATS and BUCKWHEA
rdir _ 07 • - -
,:.$40,00,, , 1,
Pays the Taition for a fall charse in - the Trod'
City College, thelargestonostuxterfsively Pat=
roniaed and best organized Cpromiticinl School
in the United States. • -
For Writing, Commercial Calculations,
. - -Keeping-and Lectnre3.
Usual time to complete ztfull course, from
Bto 10 weeks. Every Student, upon gradua
ting, is-guaraaleed to be compatentl4 manage
the. Books of anv Busineis, and "qualifiedto
earn a salary oftrom . '
Issoo to $l,OOO. •
Students-e - qter at any time—No-V,
Review at pleasure
- First Premiums for_Best Writint
_Warded this Institution. 'The best a
est variety ; of Penmanship. in any on
the Union. is found here.. ••. - ,- •
, - •
M. Ministers' sons received at ht
For Circular and Specinaens !of Wr
close two letter•stamps, -.and undress!
• . F. W.I.IE:NM:CS Pitt.sbur ,
-10:9,1y* , I •
WARREN', ..• -.
BOOT :lif SHOE
STORE, • 1 .-
Main Skeet, (nearly opposite tahhein
- 4.0 -Bros.' Grocery.) IVellOrilie i l Atli- :
• - • yhany Co:, AV Y. - :
4 IHE Proprietor of the" aboye ebtallllstiment
1 -wouldrespe4tfully inform the inhabitauts
of Coudersport, and Potter county generally,
- that he is cow prepared to supply titent With
BOOTS,' SHOES, GAITERS, LEATHER
FIND INGS, .le. e.;. of every, description: at pri-.
ces which cannot fail ta'sttit.: We !have •OD
bath, and Rio constantly receiving from -New
-York,. the finest assortment of goodsithat can
be found in this portion of - the country, and
willsell the same at prices which will •
. . 1
• • DEFY COMPETITION.
SOLE LEATHER, • 'i
•1 - --
UPPER LEATHER 4. KIP .WINS,
FRENCH' CALF SKI'S, (yen - nine),
PEGS, NAILS, AWLS, and PINDINGS, of ev
erY description, iii quantities to suit purcha,
Fors, :at 1 - 1 •• -
REMARKABLY. LOW PRICES, FOR CASH.
All goods sold - at our establishment - are of
the Best Quality, and will be WARRANTED.
' Terms Cain Only.' Give Us a trial.
I' . - • '•
GEORGE T. WgREN.
Wellsville, May 19 j 1859.-40. •
ar-Ordbrs - • sent by mail, or left at the
JO URNA L OtiFick,' Coudersport, Will be prompt
ly and carefully attended to.
Eve 4. we
WASHINGTON & EVERETT,
Including a View of *mint Vernon,
In the En.ravinff of. Washingtonl These
splendid epgravigs! are from origiaal paint
ings by Hicks, and are engra yid on steel in the
highelt style of Art. They are -ealt 25x33
inches", each containing 'six square feet.
1 1S9 many
, miserable pictures !have bde palmed
upon the public as worki of art:--a i nd es, a-,
dally in cheap. black and - muddy engravings
—that it is difficult, to convince mrsons of
taste that they'are safe id ordring what they.
have not first seen... We, have paid' the first
artists :their !own prices, amonnting to MANY'
THOUSAND DOLLARS, to produce engravings really
becapilid, air ; well us the 601 portraits, and that
shall be splendid ornaments to any plor.
"WrOpintons that 'can , be relied o :
. The EditOr of the New York Observer says :
" These enigratings aro genuine works of art
—the likenesses are admirable .. Th'e portrait
of .slr..Thrett will take : presedene. of all
others." . • ! • 1
The .Arctd York Christian Advocate snys - ;
" They are; among the finest engraYin,,, ,, s we
have ever seen, and TILE PUBLISHERS_ ARE
FULLY . RESPONSIBLE :TOR ALL 'MET
We will ; scud, posr-rlin, securely packed in
Eithcr Engravingoand a S 3 Maga
zine, one y'ear, for $3.
- Both EngraOngs, and a $3 ,3lnga
zinc, one year, for : :• $4.
ZErAGENTS who reini(s3o at a time, will
have, an extra, copy of each engraving. The
Magazines ;aro. HARPER'S, TUE .R..'ciCKBR,
BUCKER, !GODEY'S LADY'S 80QK,... TILE
ATLA .)TIC, BLACKWOOD. . •
te-By .; special' arrangement, Alio entire
yearly subscription to. tho Magazines is paid
uverj by us to their publishers, and subscribers
receive theit supply for the year die.ct from
their respective publication offices. ; The cost
of the engravings is paid ;only: by the •differ
ence between the .lowest wholesale and 'the
(miler price of tho Magazing.l •
A.r . Eng,ravings sent at once, and subscrip
tions to periodicals commence with current
issue, unless otherwise ordered. Money at
our risk if- proof is retained of hiving been
(nailed. First impressions are hest, therefore
send.early. Address, •
'O. A. BAILEY. &CO.,
(At Wm. MOLL & Sox's Alusie Store.) No. 543
BROADWAY, NEW YORK.I [ll7lotin.
OL3ISTED Se KELLY'S'
TORE can always be found the nest of
0 Cooking, Boxand Parlor I
S T (), Y.E
Also, TIN and SIIET-IRONWARE; POTS,
KETTLES.' SPIDERS, SCOTCH JOWLS,
FRYING-PANS,. SAP-PANS, 1144 CAULD
such. as ,PLOWS, SCRAPERS. OULTIYA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
is well made and the material . goOd. Good and
substantial, EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the County—Terms easy. , Ready Pay
of all kinds, including' Cash, seldom refused.
Store on !Slain Street oppcisite the Old Court
Rouse, Coudersport.. Aug: 1, 430Q.750
A - - ll E
IN TII.E . KoTTEIt' JOURNAL. .
larrallst Stblis Off*
RAVE . ater
7 I, -A ;-s
a-frill' a va:e didrife fe its o o tali GA of
111 6100 S,
Which they tell cheeir esim` .. bie'bougfit
in the couet,t, n;:gtiottstock - Cd" .. '
They sell forlitthr PAY , &d ita#: '6ll-
setriently eati ftfretilto tettloi'
than usual, dot betr4 ob/geittt akar up finr
losses.on,bad debts. - • "
411 w,ho Sett - to-get the
will pleiswgife ••'
.'ALL imperor. 'FROMM
: Han of
ting e in-
earry on' tlit:b9erness of
as usual, at the old stand ot B. I.lmA-enter,
1111 kinds of •
Malting and -Repairing ',-
will be done, from Mill -Irona'to' a pair of
Tongs, or- a Cimin -Link.- --Good- and careful
wilt attend Id that brunt' of drir bah' tea.
1. LAURA.I3B,g, 1.14W1S &CO
Lewisville.4 Nos. 5, 1.85*-.-11t2.1*.
. SPECI4L AIiIIiMIINCFMONT
• FROM TUB
QUAKER CITY PUBOSHIWG HOUSE,
10 O.Q 00 Cata2Ogu.6o,-. '
NEW, ENLARGED AND REVISED,-,NOW
READY. FOR DLSTRIIIIITION., • •
Superlok Inducements to quo Pow -
giiir A netv and sure .plan for.obtainlOg
GOLD and 'SILVER WATCHES, and other
valuable Prikes; Full particulars Mien In
Catalogues, Which will beim:A:free to all nis T
on applicatiOn. . • •• ' .- •
Valuable Gifts, worth from Wets: to $lOO
GUARANTEED to each purchaser. ,SlOO,OOO ,
in 'Gifts have bcen distributed, ta:my patrons
within the past six Months:410;000 to-be llis4
tribnted during the twit" six - ratadhs: - • '
The inducements offered :Agents Art mini
liberal than those of any, other-honse:la the
business. . , • -
Raving been in the Pulishing and Book.sel
ling business' for the lait"eight 'Years, my ex.
ptrience enables me: to conduct-the Gift, En
terprise with the greatest :satisfaction to all.
"gam .AGENTS WANTED in. , every Tits
atid County. ,
For full particulars address _
DIIANE - RITLISON, -.
I 'Quaker City Publishing Scinsti
33 South Third Street,
5-4 mo. •
D: L. 61, N. II: DANIEL'S
ARE CONSTATLY -
A ‘,OIIIPL t riTE AS'SORTMENZ Or
Fall and Winter
ROOTS & SHOES,' HATS - k CAPBy
.CIITLERY, GROCERIES. ,
Crockery & Glasieware.!
Also, a good itock of INSC,NLLANEOUNatt4
Ready-Made Olo#Ling: :Mai)
School - k
All of which they will sell AS LOI!i AS 04N
BE BOIIGHT ELSEWEINRE IN
PRODUCE. OF - ALL ILLND3
• - TiEws, '
•IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS 1 :-' -
For which the;ITIGBEST PRICK
'They can be found at all times,
and Sunday excepfed,),at. the Store. farme4r,
occupied by D: BAKER, . ,
ready to wait upon Castotaertt. : -.
N. )3.—We liave come . to kbecelinelusltra that. :
"RE AD Y
is better for all parties; and we 'shill, Writ;
fore dobasineis on this systeri. ' •
: D. L. St *AL WHIN*
L'lyases, Nov:. I, ' -
o R g.,
Main above Third ,BS;:
• ilk. mr.lrLtrirr, •-• :
WKS, • IW.I.Ars, • Ullogira f - =
BLANKs- - • ' f
DOCKETS- • - - •
• RECEIfT 7 1300)0;;; ,
JIL':IfORANDIIMS, • • • .
• PASS-BOOKS, •;; 1 - • s •-.
PORTFOLIOS, • , • -
- . LErrEP,Boolit . *
- • , INTOrog-Boottit , ":
Greek, Latin, French tind - '.Ginittita=.242E. l .
Books.. , • i
All School;:Books used in- Ira'
kept on itand L or; immediedelk ; Femurs"
• • ,
'when desired.r • ' • "
Magdzines grlany Fericiclicals snpplted when
de s i re d. , - , tr 1. „
A good avicirtment •of Paper, - Envelovest
Pens and Inks.! Also, of Wall-Paper4PrsiWg.,-.
ing 3latirinfif, 'Water Co/IF$, Are- • • . •
RI El LitS T E STA ME NTS,
PRAYSR & lEUM BOOBS,. Of to kW& •
MUSIC -BOOKS ANO. SPEET-MUSIC, -
Stites, Ruleni, Back-Gammon Boards Mosel
Sion, &c., &c. 'RODUCE of all kinds taken
in exchange fur,Dooks, &c. [ll-34]