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jeweller and WEitchmaker,
LOCATED on Main St.. opposite the Court
House, Coudersport, Pa.
• Clocks, Watches, &c.,
Repairea on short notice and warranted to
A good assortment of "
WATCHES, and - •4-
. , JEWELRY
on hand.' Cheap for CASH and warranted as
represented. As an even exchange Is no rob
bery, I will give you time for Money':
Coudersport, Dec. 16, 1861 . ,
Main above Third St.,
M. W. MANN, PROPRIETOR.
.11100 KS, S, GLOBES,
LETTE' 7 .-BOOKS
'Greek, Latin, French and German Text-
All.,School Books used in. the :Count!)
-kept on hand, or imnzediately - p‘rocured
when desired. -‘
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when
• A good assortment of Paper, E . n'velopes,
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw
ing Materials, Water Colors, &c.
~ .BIBLES„ T ES'FA RENTS,
PRAYER HYMN BOOKS, of various kinds.
MUSIC-BOOKS AND . SHEET-MUSIC,
Slates, -Rulers, Balk-Gammon Boards Chess
Alen, &c. PRODUCE of all kinds /taker
in exchange for-Books, &c. [ll-341
OLMSTEI3 & KELLY'S
STORE can alw43 be found the best of
Cooking - , Box and Parlor
Also, TIN and SHET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. Also, '
. Agricultural Implements,
such as • PLOWS, SORAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-RAKES,
THEIR WORK .*
!Omen made and the nuiterial grit 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 Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Cotidersport. Aug. 1, 1859.-•50
TliE undetsi,tned it mild respectfully inform
the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by John
S. 31ann, where be is prepared to do
All kinds of Harness Work
on the sliortest notice.
LONG STRAW COLL ARS,
also kept constantly on hand. These Collars
are a superior article, and need but;a trial to
insure thei success.
lip azring done in good style.
• Sure r• es, Martingale-rings`, Hames, and
Hame straps, kc., kept consta tly on hand.
• The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
S. P. MINAR.
'CoL:dersport Oct. 16th, IS6O.
The Great Cause o i f
Ht MAN MISERY.
Justpulculished in a sealed envelope, i'rice 6 cts
kiLecture by Dr.Cm.veitwen, on the Cause
and Cure of Spermittorrhoaa, Consump
lion. Mental and Physical Debility, Nervous
. ness, Epilepsy ; Impaired Nutrition of the 110'-
41y; Lassitude; Weaknesr of the Limbs and
Back: osition, and incapacityfor Study
and Labor; Dullness of Apprehension ; Loss
of Memory; Aversion to Society ; Love of Sol
itude,; Timidity; Self-Distrust; Dizziness;
Headache ; Affections of the Eyes ; Pimples
on the Face , Involuntary Emissions, and Sex
':V.ll.l Incapacity; the Consequences of Youth
This admirable Lecture clearly proves that
the above enumerated, often self-aMieted,evils
may be removed without medicine and with
out dangerous surgical operations, and should
he read by every youth and every Mari in the
land. bent undersea', to any address, in.,'
plain, , sealed envelope, on the receipt of six
cents,. or two postage stamps, by addressing,
. Dr. CHAS. J. C. KLINE,
127 Bowen., New York.. 1 4 0. a (Mier ISrrc :SSG
dirt to exchange for Horses, Wagons, Stock
Good Notes or Judgments. A raluable
Farm situate in Harrison township, Potter Co.
Pa., lying on the oldrState road. l"ading from
Spring Mills to Harrison Valley and Westfield
Pa. Containing about 110 Acre's, about SO
Acres improved and in a good state of culti
vation. on which is erected a large Frame
House, good Barns, Corn House and other
necessary out-buildings, a good Apple Or
chard containing some twenty different kinds
of Grafted Fruit. Shade Trees o hc. 'pie above
Farm lies about mile from Harrison valley.
miles from Westfieldond 6 nsiles frcim Spring
Mille, and is a good Stock and 'Gri* Farm,
and will be sold so that any one thitt ban mitke
a payment of 3-or 4 hundred doilais down.
:can make tl e farm pay for itself with his la
bor. Price, $2,500. for particulars inquire
of Peter Simmons now occupying said farm.
or 0, H. Simmons, Oswnyo VillNge. Pa,
C. H. SIMMONS.
The Bugle Calls The 'War has Began: , A War
of Extermination against Bad Teeth,' Bad
Breath, Diseased Gums, Toothache, Ear-
_ - apb,e, .aad Neuralgta, _
4 - ;dun 4LT/LISItY 18
132 4 ;:Wni: B:
DENTAL _ TREASURY
• it complete set of Remedies for.
PRESERVING THE TEETH, PURIFYING
THE , RREATH AND MOUTH.. Mid •
CURING TOOTHACHE' AND NEURALGIA.
CONTENTS: i s
'Dr. Hurd's celebrated MOUTH TVASIIJ battle.
'Dr.Hurd's unequaled TOOTH PO IVDER i I Gz
.Dr.llerersmagic TOOTILACHE DROPS,I bz
Dr. Hurd', UNRIVALLED NEUR4LG
' • PLASTt.M. • . .
Dr. Hurd's:MANUAL on the Best Means*
Preserving the Teeth, including Directions for
..the Proper, Treatment of children's Teeth.
FLOSS SILK for' clehning bilieern the Teeth it
TOOTH PICKS, etc., etc. -
Prepared at 'Dr. Hurd's Dental Office, 17
Fourth St., Brooklyn; (E:
Price, ONE DOLLAR; or, SIX for 85. 11 ,
The Dental Treasury makes a package cfight
inches by five, and is sent by express 11
• Full .lirection for use is on each llrticl.ll
The,Tollowlhgr artiales We can send separ
ately. by mail, viz: ' I
The Treatise on Preserving Teeth sent, ptmilt
paid, on receipt of Twelve Cents, or' for, it
The Neuralgia Plaster, for Neuralgia in tie
Face, Nervous Headache, and Earache. seat,
rstpaid, on receipt of Eighteen cents or EaT
The•Nr- us and , Rheumatic Plaster (larr
_-e•Neuralui... ~.: . ..._ ..‘rFe
sizi,) for pains in the Chest, Shoulders, baO l i:,
or any part of the body, sent post-paid. on
receipt of Thirly-Secen cents,.
Address Wok. ! . Hurd Sr. Co.
T,ibund Buildings, New York.
Dr. FlUrd's MOUTH WASH, fOOTH POW
DER, and TGOTHACHE DROPS cannot be
sent by mail, but they can probably be obtain
ed at your Drug or Periodical Stores.. If they
cannot, send to. us for the Dental Treasury,
price, One Dollar, which, contains them.
ARE DR. HURD'S PREBARATIONS GOOD 'I
The best evidence that they arels,Altat their
firmest friends and best patrons are those who
have used them lOngest: Da. Wit.LtAlt B.
Huso. is an eminent Dentist of4.lrookly
freasuter.of the 'NO,: fork State,ll Dentisl -
Association, and these preuarationg him. bec
used in his private practice for yea4s, and 4o
leading citizen of Brooklyn or Willi4rnsburg
questions their excellence, ' whileii erainet t
`Dentists of New York recommend theM as the
best known to the profession. :Without the
aid of 41fertising, dealers have sold them 'v
The Editor of the Brooklyn Daily Timis say 4:
"We are happy to know that our friend, r.
Hurd. is succeeding beyond all_ expeetatio s
with his Mouth Wash'a.nd Tooth Powder. Tl'?"e
great secret of his success rests with the faiit
that his articles are precisely what they. 4'e
represented to be, as we den testify froM the#
long use." 11
The well-known P, T. Barnum writes :—"I
found your Tooth POwder so.good that n i'
firmily have used it nil up. We find it the
best Powder for the teeth that we ever used.
1 shall feel obliged if you Will send me anothl.r
supply at the Museuth at your convenience!,
with the bill."
But their cost, is so small that every%o
may test the matter for•himself
Beware of the ordinary Todth Powders D
Hurd's Tooth Powder contains no acid, nOr
alkali, nor charcoal, and polishes without
wearing the enamel. Use no other. ,
WHAT DOES DR. HURD'S REMEDIES EFGECT
Dr. Hurd'a Mouth Waah• and /both :Pritedr
will give young ladies that finest charm trt
woman—a sweet hreath and pearly teeth. TtY
Dr. Hurd's Mouth !TlTcmh and Tooth Poirdor
wilt meame the mouth from all foul exhale.
Lions, and if used in the morning, will mak'',
the breakfast taste sweeter and the day begin
more4pleasantly. Hundreds of persons can
testify to this. Try diem, gentlemen.
Dr. Hurd's ..Vuudi. . Wash and Tooth ?louder
are the beSt prepirations in the world tbr cur
ing BAD anEATH and giving firmness and Oealth
to the gums. Hundreds of cases of Disea,eil
Bleeding Gums, Sore Mouth, ! . Canlier,i etcl,
have been cured by Dr: Hurd's astringentiwash.
Dr. Hurd's .;fouth Wash and Tooth Pozcdt
give an additional charm to eourtshil , and
make husbands more agreeable to their r wivtis
and wives to'their husbands. They sihould
be useu by every per Son having ART. 143.9,,
TEETll, , which are liable to impart What lb
the mouth. ,1
Dr. Haiti's ToothaqicDrops cure Toot
arising from exposed tlerves, and are
friends that parents Can have in the hol
save their child renfrOin tortue and theft):
from loss of sleep and sympathetic sti;
Farmers and Mechnics! you vannbt
afford to neglect your teeth. Tor a 1
sum s you can now get preservative's,
which Rothschild oi;;Astor can get n
better. Remember that Dyspepsia andl
stimption of the LutMs often originate i •
legit of Teeth. Send for the Tref) tile on
Ind read Dr. Fitele.s 'observation on titi
,jeci. It too late to arrest decnj io ycitt
teeth, save your children's teeth.
Dr. Durd's Neuralgia Non-adhesive P aster:,
are the most pleasant! and successful rejoediei
ever prorwribed fur this painful elisease. The
patient applies one; soon becomes droWsv,fallS
asleep, and awakes free from pain. ad no
blister or other unpleasant or injurious con.
sequences ensue. F4r Earache and N
Headache, apply according to directio I
relief will surely foll Ow. .Nothing can
tained equal to IYr.:44timrs Compress lb'
rolgio. Try them They are entirely a
curious, and original preparation, and
derfully ;successful. I They are of two
oae small, for the fai.e, price etas,
other large, for application to - the hod
Will be mailed on teceipi of p
WHAT ARE THE PFOPLE DOING
The American peopile.are intelligent e
o appreciate preparations that contrite
much to the happiness of those ,using
and they uant.theml Every mail brii
esters. some ordering the TIMATISE
some the tinnrucntAlPLAsritts, and no
closing 37 cents fir the 31ouTu Way.:
lernt by mail; hut to those we nre con
to reply that it is impossible to send
pint, bottle by mail. The people wen,,
ithmedies. Who will supply them? No
' Chance for Agents.
Shrewd agents can make a small fcir
carrying these articles around to faiMili
Dental Treasury is the neatest article
man or woman can carry around. 8
one and see, or, better, n dozen, which,
sell as samples for $7. WM, B. HARD
- • Tribune Buildings, New,
Tbat remittances may be made withl
dente. W., 8., H.. & Do..refer to the 31,
Brooklyril td G.W. Griffith. Presid't F"
and Citizens' Bouk,.Brooklyn, and to
: . 11 01It.
i ce aid
a fe l a
and I I .
run - r j
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THE HEROES OF WAR
E. Anthony, N 0.501 Broadway, New York,
non• publishing, in addition to oilier por
traits; the celebrated colcction knoWn in Eu.-
rone and America as
Brady'.y National Photographic Portridt Gallery,
in which is included Portraits of nearly all the
prominent men of America, not excepting Jeff
[Avis, Gen B'eanregard, Floyd. and' : a host of
ocher confecle:rates. Price of Portraits, $3.00
per dozen Can -he sent by mail.
Scenesinf the Wiir for Union, r
are published, card size. and iu•Shereocopic
form. Also, i .
Stereoscopic views of scenes in nris, Lon
don, and in other parts of England arid France.
in Scotland, Ireland, Wales. Holland, Switzer%
land. Spain, on the Rnine. in Athens, Egypt.
Turkey, the Holy Land, China, India, Cuba,
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Our Instantan-nus Stereoscopic Views are
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jyly near St. Nicholas H:ltel, New York.
NATRONA COAL OIL !
, WARRANTED NON EXPLOSIPE I
nd equal. to any Kerosene.
WHY- hily an explosive Oil, when a few
cents mere per gallon will furnish you with a
perfect Oil? MAL; only by
? EIN'A.I3ALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Nol 127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia:
Feby. 1. 1862. ly
rh - Rochester. StxaW-'(.:utter.
41,518 TED & KELLY, Condors:lion, have
tllr the exclusive agency for this celebrated
naebtne, in this county. It is corolent, du
•ble,-and CHEAP. - Dec. I, 1,860.712
perSubsoribo for theJOURNALL.
• ' '"1', 4 1 ..-- btimnii*o Nit*. '1 :: -.'
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.NOWNEWS.PATENT HEMMER Nll 1
. _. YOB HAND4tittliTh I I i',. ~ I
ISl!just.the tbizig" for all *hot thol Ape Ale...
This remirkablysimAriricfaoiii ~ '. : ' UPI sayitir
one-halfthe labor of hand4sew,ili" - ,`stilt emli ,
tileteli protects- the fiit t gei-frooi . e poll*. of.
tha needle, aind , usake4 a neat 'a al 'itnifor
hem while the opemtoria oewirty 1„ .1 , 1 f
;NO LADYSEitteI.I) ss:' *IT El ll* ./T.
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Seamier and Shield arilibe'sent le s KplArgi
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Enclose stamp for descriptiVe, circOtar arid
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ObWNER'S METRuPOLITAN SKEIN-Vi4iNDER -
Sewing-8111E Combined " 1.
Is an article of real merit., - It isotsedifor,thel
purpoSe of winding skeini of •Threat], Silir,l
Cotton, Ya rn, Floss. Worsted, Ail It ittreadily I
adjusted to the work-table, and . , ill tielbaridl
indispensable to all ; using the are ietiClei ~
being a Useful . and invaluable Fettling* to
the Sevytt.g-Bird. , .• I. I [
Prico 50 eta to $1 according to Sty ant; Mirth:
$1,50 per Month can 1 e 'Real
ized by - enterprising Agents (wall'
town and County througlionithe
and Ganoda,).. selling the abord
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petition. rA, liberal:discpuntjto
.Iddres- A,,IC IYo 1
.. 442 Ildradwlq, 1
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N.B.—General and egelasite ..,
be granted on the most liberal te.
Sabbath' School atill.)
15.006 COPIES ISSUED TH
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ly for this Volume.! It will soon
lar is its predecessor Bell No:
run up to the enormous numb
copies in'36 nonithS, ont.strippin
School Book of its Size issued is
Also; both Volumes are 'hound "
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The stronge:q Ultie itt the
For Cementing ,Pit , t/r4
ivory; Chinn,, ilfitt.hle, .I"(;edelttin;'
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• EXTRACTS : ' • :
Avery housekeeper thould' liayeit shpplyi
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-New York Times: I : i . N .ll
. k ite. is so convenient t have in t he house."!
—New York Express. - , i
, Ift. is always
1 ready; ,.
everybody-"—N. Y. Imiependen?.
.}We have tried it, and, find it ,is useful id
our house as water."— trilkes'Siiirit,o:f Merl:Ave
• I ,
Price 25 Crizis per:Borne.
Very liberal reductions. I to Wholesale Dealers.
_', _ _ ,
, . .
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keepers generally throughout ,the pobntry.
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IifORACE Vi VII MRS PIANOS.
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PIANOS and MrODEONS from suu.',i
dry makers new and se •ond IttituL to let', attill
rrnt allowed if purchased, as Per ; agreemeutH
Monthly payments reti:ed for. the same.
Also, second-hand Pianos and Melodeons at
great bargains, price from s'o to sloo i
Sheet Music, Music BO and all , kinds of
Music Merchandise at War priees;; . . ••
HORACE WATERS. Agent. ll
ETTgRS of Administration OW the estate
14 of S. S. WHITE, late of Whiteseilfr.
gaily, coupty,N. Y., haying been granted to
the undersigned, all persons . having
against said estate are requested to Preceziti
them to him for liquidittion. and all person
mking said estate are reduested to make illl.'
mNiate payraeat to blot,
Nov. 30, 1861
R. ,JAYNE'S. FASIAY itEDIWIIES
sale at • " :MUSS. •
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OLD SliA/VDOld gp,m
C ' OUDE4S PORT,
010%1'0 'their fIICI c,istomers and t 11 :, ‘.ll,
1.1.41 ! t .
Notoo I»'i•he . '
Wheitt. () • 3:3 t. B - .(:) 14
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Pylints, Oils. alit Di•N !POW;
Together tiith =cone of the hest
KE ROS ENE oul, 1 •
Fitr.soporibi. to the Oil Cieek or Tifitinit--11.1
Also tt ferViupre of those Superior
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I. ;SLEIGH SHOES
GLASS.•SASH; PUTTY: •
INK, PAPER.' EN V ELOPEs.
kinds of, t
WALL. .PA PEI i
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And otliO,r,st ricks which ;hoe shine for.
,us tit tnentit , o', all of which will 'bp
egld its.lOW as, the. WAR PRICES w;11
And for those articles we take. titn
est market price will be paid
We are aiso General gents
DR , D JATIVE'S Fai;;ily 314;dici'P.1-
1 . Olt AYER'S •31ediciiies.
' BRANDRE VSH • l'i::,
KENNEDY'S Medical Discover:.
Find all the st a ndard *dickies if ti i :e k.;
CALL AND. SEE I
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N. B. 3frepoy for the G r
ondA mast ;-he ; •
totOd whia ilte,Goods,are delivered. its tie are
deterinined to lice to , the 'mitt°
You go." , '
sad bociki accounts Which 'we ittlye bend
feast be settled'; an cleated ap ititraddhitelpo ,
we fear tley Will,beincrea,sed ralteetbon
Duel Mal of interest. 'Deo /}
thila!47, - ,&!ft :
Otis Astietioi at
Xlih, 110 iiihAl!!k, l 4 l l.94A
: • . - Oaat.aaro, atii
lc. co. ants: 1 hat ICtarri l if.7
acrialftlAo your...Earnpailll a luta U sti A i- sa
Alaafirit tada'Vriforrilints laGetiria. I .baaa 1.4., 1 k
tratalt itrarirktuit 3 4 'Yvan. ,kppN ou i n -iin es o s ori ;Inv taunts and anus; ss ts . l6 ",
mime& ihismiTuod.diatressed. tne at ths ,
Seta ugoJt broke out ou nay Wad luta rurar e i > o r
and ears with one soro. Walcott was painful
Loyola tlascrintion—lariol. luaus.luntkina a st 447a.
physl e hoot, but without lassit rrlalfmn. nay 11,1„, "4
Net, tlimorderlrru Naas irk
t: , At eh 1 ,
to read,tu - 31raseturr 1, 5 4 i t 1,1 441
an altaralliri t-r-Pkaeattrula),te'T,44l4.
Don thug ys/u wridr whist. Is
Ciorinuatl and got if, atni traU it till It mad r
I It, a: you adalari. lu-suutti . 4 1P.0. Of ' taasPsottal tor
month. And tussi almost, iltos , aft , buip S
elan' Soon Lague form tunlrt *be oral:lbw . 1 1
wh u e bn :My akin . 11. now Old. Arid I . kb: 1 ..1 w .!
triennia that the'diitos.• has aystnic'g.
clin w it Jailer. that I 10,1 Slog I ton tr/sj
'SU, that I bold. you eri tlie'aiutl es 1 4
atul rentals ersr.gratvllol,7 • •_ : .Irou rs ,
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st. Anthony `;. We.
tr: Roan or Erslpslts,
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• • .5.1 I,ripie.i .-
...stonily ours, ti 11111 Ell, M. D.
itheunsationh, (lout, Llhree Compbilatt
NI". •. is
utl. July. le.
La .1. C. A sir. i 10,0 bean afflicted with a pols.
11/11$ linie, whirl) baXed tha
.4. and rin it to nut In spits of all lia
I Hhd, until I triad your
l'll•n1 1,11. il/ two na.-ks. and reatured tuy genera,
n,.;111 an 11 Ikllll I am far !letter than- beli.ra I war
"IN I tida4 11 a wonderful tmedlcius. J. litgan.
of St. lanila lariteat..f I hay• loft
, 1 , • • jr,, We Lire ,uhlett
el' .7 Ilalog
n In 01.r:140M Mil
. 1, !h.,
•.•• Van •.:r.
!• • 114.1. hr:4l4le brew yos,
.1 Itita. 1f• 14 "aim;
id .14 .ou i. no:
STAT )NA RY
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burl ; s. 1 3 ;r: 1.
nd bk I"),.aler,
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Nog, 9.11.18,17 C.. IniTLANDT ST/fEIiT
Nearßice:du - .y•
Neu. 1:orl., City. .
TH.: old:eiatiblisited vnti lt - mite icoort'of
thy Blisines , cotiontoliP 11;:sbi.-e;: regebtl, r•
iitt,•ll. nod i- etonl.l - tt - in everthing,that rink
toinii4Pr to Ow comfort iif itspatt:ons,. Ladies
and 'Families nre specially mid curefalli pi.t.
Tided for. „ . _ . .
j It ig 6n-117:illy. located • in - the business port
of the city. kind is contiguous to the principal
lilts of stcamhonts cars. omnibuses. ferries.
in consequence cif, the pressnre_ canted by
, I e Rebellion, prices have•ben•keduced.ti
LINK DOLLAR AND 'FIFTY CENTB PEN DAT
The table is• amply siipnlied - with! all di
toxuries of the nasal. and is equal to thetst
lily other hotel in tliecOuntr,
Ample mecommudatlons ere 'offered for 1,-
~ .11 rd of 400 guests.'
(Donut believe runners, hocknai•n.and-othe rs
, .;ii. ni., ) , say • Ihe Western' utel 'le full."
• : D. D. MINI 'lll-:4T :R.-Pruprietor.
NEW AND 4EAtriii i it
totolin, puce 50 cents; •psiter*.e.or•
era. 25 ccle Copies of Otis bs
sent. by until on recapt-of the pricy,
RPstamPs• 'rtleaf*:o4orPas_•• .-
J. C. GARRICIVESI - 0=1„
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ti.to a: top
• .1 . '2. Vt• , tl.ll:l•6,lCitt‘
a.s). An" : 111.1L 1111814.41 Of
••• •!..,•:-•: tr. us when
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BY :JOHN N: it i tirr, Lt. D.,
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~ fist takes,
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