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HOSIMT I 2EWS -
pure and powerful Tonic, Corrective and
11 Alterative of wonderful efficacy in dis-.
ease of the Stomlch, Liver arid Dowels.—
Cures, Dyspepsia,' Liver Complaint,ileadache,
General Debility, Nervousness,. Depression of
Spirits, Constipation, Colic.:lntermittent Fe.
vers, Cramps and Spasms mid all Complaints
of either Sex,. arising from' Bodily IVeakness
whether inherent in the system or produced
by special causes.
Nothing that is not wholesome, genial. and
restorative in its nature enters into the Com-
Pbsition of Hostetfer's Stomach Bitters. This
popular preparation contains no mineral of I
any kind, no deadly botanical element ; .no
fiery excitant; but it is. a combination of the
•-•extracts of rare balsamic - herbs and plants
with the purest and mildest of all diffusive
is well to be forearmed against disease,
and so fur 113 the human system can he pro-
'treted by human means against maladies en
glticletra Lyau unwholesome atmosphere,
jmpure water, and other external eauses,lios
* letter's Bitters maybe relied on as a safe , aard.
In ajoriets' infesied. with Pever aneAgue,
It has bern' found Infallible as a preventive
4tUd.criisistible us .a remedy, and thousands
.`who resort to it under apprehension of an at
tack, escape the scourge : and thousands who
neglect to avail themselves of its protective
qualities in advance, are cured by a very
bri2f , course of this marvelous mediOne. Fever
and - Ague patients, after being plied with
-quinine 12r months in vain, until fairly satu
rnted With that dangerous al!:aloid, are not
unfrequently restored to health within a few
tlufsk the use of Hostetter's: Bitters. .
The %vvitk stomach is rapidly invigorated
and the appetite restored by this agreeable
'Tonic; and - hence it. works wonders in cases
of DispepAa And in less confirmed forms of
Indigestion. Acting as' a gentle and painless
apperieul. as well as upon the liver, it also
invariably relieves the ConStipation superin
dnced. irregular action of the digestive and
Persons of feeble habit liable to Neruus
Attacks. Lowness of Spirits and Fits ot-,San
\goon find prompt-and permanent relief from
the Bitters. ' The" testimony on this point is
most 'conclusive, and from both sexes.
The agony of Billions Colic is immediately'
pasinto . cd hY a single dose of the stituulent,t,
paid by occ:isionally resorting to it, the return
:of the complaint may be, prevented.
.ks a Getwral Tonic, Hostetter's Bitiers prO
dtice streets which must be experienced or
Witness:et' before they can be fully apprecia
ted: In cases of Constitutional Weakness,
Prernature Decay and Debility and Decrepi
tude arisinff faint Old Age, it exercises the
electric iniTuence. In !he convalescent stages
of all disp,es it operates as a delightful in
'Yigorant: When powers of nature arc re
laxed. it operates to re-enforce and re-estab
Labt lit,not least. it is the cnly safe Stint
°Tent, helm ;manufactured from sound and
Innocaou,i matehals, and entirely- free from
the acid elements present more or leis iu all
the ordinary tyliies and stomachies of the day.
• The itninene increase in the sale of IT, stet
.ter's •Bluers, both at hoine and abroad, during
the past year proves that the world, while it
rdievs the Scriptural injunction to "try all
thing," ally "Holds ra:-t, to that which is
good." Spurious preparations, poisonous
fungi, ore continually springing up, but their
eharacter is:soon diseOtercd, and they are
"dung lilt,, worthless weeds away." On the
other hand, a great antidote (bat performs all
it promise;, and even more than tts proprie
tors claimed for it on its introduction, "is not
for dijy. but for all time."
No tandly niedieine has been so universally
and, it in ty be truly added, deservedly popu
lar with the intelligent portion•of the commu-
Oily. as llostetter's Bitters.
.l'repitruil by Ilosramia Ssimj,
firg. Pa. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers
'unil Storekeepers everywhere.
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The Buffalo l'aczcantlio'dollege,
CORNER OF MAIN AND SENECA STREETS,
Is an important link in the INTERNATIOTAL
CHAIN of Colleges, located in
NEW WIN: cm - , PHILADELPHIA,
DiTROiT, • CHICAGO,
PORTLAND, SAINT LOUIS.
A Scholarship issued from the Buffalo Col
„Igo, entitles the holder to attend either ?rail
the CL deges for an unlimited time. •
-The rresign'of these dnstitutions, is to im
part' to young men and ladies, a thorough,
practical business education. •
In this department students reeave trier° .
instruction in the rudiments of Penmanship,
Poole-Beeping, Mathernaties, and Commercial
Here the student buyi and sells Merehan-
Alse, Stocks, Heal Estate, io actual
ba:ilue,s. Two Banks have licen'established
in this department, n•hich enables the student
tn,deposit his cash, get his paper• di:=oounted,
and business incidental to a gen
Bretlents may become good operators here
• Tho Speneerian 6ystem of Penm4nship, is
taught by competent and experienced teachers
Scholarship, payable in advance, $4O.
College open day and evenin,i: no vacation.
Resident Principal at Buffalo, J. C. BRYAN T.
For further information, please call at the
.or send for Cata.logueaud Cir
:eular enclosing letter stamp. Address
BRYANT & STRATTON,
Buffalo, N. Y.
ITIFR subscriber is now ready to furnish all
~ X. =kinds of Itiettt at the very lowest rates:
Those wanting winter meat, and intending
to buy it by the quarter, can be assured that
be Will sell it at the.same ,prices as sold by
the Farmers. A Meat Ma ket is needed in
the place-:—let it be so parr nizedas•to insure
its continuance. Lumbermen wanting large
quantities of Beef can be aceominodated at
cry low rates. • • JOSEFII SHAFFER.
Coudersport; :tor. 2, 18e8:-3waa:
VOHPOUND Fitts EXTRACT BUCHU, a Positive
nnd..pecific Remedy for diseases of the Slad.
der,Kidneys, Gravel, andDropsleal
,This medicine increases the power of Diges
, fand excite. the Absorhents into , healthy
action, by which the Watery or Calcerous
depoiitions, mid all unnatural enlargements
are reduced, well as Pain and,lntlamation.
IH , EMI:I . OO'S EXTRACT-BITCHU
For Weakness arising from Excesses,ilabits
of Dissipation; early indiscretion of abuse.
attended with the following ..vroptoms
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Loss 'of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,Weak
Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wake
fulness, Dimness of vision. Pain in the back,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, Dryness of
i the skin, Eruptions
,on the Face, Palid
These symptoms, if allowed to go on,whicit
this medicine invariably removes, soonlead to
1 Impotency, FatuiiS4pileptic Fits,' in any one
of which the Patient may expire. Who can
say that they' are not unfrequently followed
by those: Direful Diseases, "Insanity and
Many :we, aware of the cause of their suf
fering. but none will confess the records of
the insane asylums And melancholy deaths
1 by Consumption bear ample witness to the 1
truth of the assertion. I
The Constitution once afrected with Organic
Weakness requires. the aid of Medicine to
strengthen add Invigorate the system. which
Heniboltrs Extract Buchu invariably does. A
trith will coufince the most skeptical. .
Ih many Affections peculiar to Females the
Ext?act Duchu is unequalled by any other
remedy, as in IChlorosis or Retention. Irregu
larity, Painfulness, or Suppression of Custom
ary Eracuiitions, Ulcerated m Schinous state
of the Uterus. Leuchorrced or Whites, Steril
ity, and for ell complaints incident to the sex,
whetlier arising from Indiscretion, liabits of
Dissipation, or in the Decline or Chauge off
Take no more Balsam, Mercury, or 13 npleas
oat medicine; fur unv,leasant and dangerous
Ilenfoold's Extract 'lluclin and Improved
Rose: Wash cures Secrct Di. , •eaxce, in all their
stapis, at little Expense. Little or no mange
in diet. No inconvenience, and no exposure.
It t causes. a frequent desire and gives
strength to Urinate, thereby removing Ob
structions, Preventing and curing Strictures
of the Urethra, allaying Pain and Inflamation,
so frequent in this class of diseases, and ex
pelling all Poisonous Diseases and worn out
Thousands upon Thousands who have been
the victims of quacks, and who have paid
heaVy fees to be,ctire4 in a stort time, have
found they were deceived, and that the "Poi
son!' has, by the rir..c . of 'Powerful astrin
gents," bee:a dried uP in the system, to hreak
out in an aggravated for and perhaps after
Use !feintMid's Extract iluchu for all affec
tions and 4iseasts of the Urinary Organs,
wh'etlicr existing in Male or Female, from
wliatever cause originating and no matter of
hoW long standing.
fliseascs: these organs requires the aid of
a Diuretic. Ilembold's Extract Bache is the
Great Diuretic, and is certain to have the de
sirCd effect fn all dibeases for which it is re
Evideticoitif the most reliable and respon
elmrailier will accompany the medicine.
Price : , z.:1,00 per Bottle, or six for *5,00
ltlivore•il to any address, securely packed
frog observation. Describe Symptoms in all
communications. Cures guaranteed I Advice
Address letters, for information to
H. B. ITEMBOLD, Chemist
104 South Tenth-st., bel. Chestnut, Phil'a
'llelmholtEs Medical Depot
Drug nod Cuenileal Warebouie,
594 ' Broadway. New York.
(Beware of Counterfeits and unprincipled
th;alers who endeavor to dispose of their own
other articles on the reputation attained by
liehnbold's Genuine preparations. Extract
13`uelin. Sarsaparilla. Improved Rose Wash.
Sold by ail Druggists everywhere. Aak for
Ilelatbo Take no other. Cut out the
AdvertiF:ement and scud for it, and avoid ex
EXCELSIOR !RAN PRESS.
kRDBIt'S VATENT. The subscriber has
1.1 the right of Manufacturing 'and Selling
for Potter county Parder's Patent Excelsior
Hay Press, PatentedlSt;3, and which took the
first premium at the last State Fair. One of
these PreSses will be in Coudersport, from the
tOilt to the 20th of December. any person
wishing to buy the Bight for a township of
the conntr, can have the Press. There will
lit one mjinufactured by W. B. Gordnier. ; For
Inrther particulars inquire at the " Journal"
Office, C. Wainwright.
Coudersport. Pa.. Nor. 24, 1863 psi
par Bats, Tice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs, Moths
in Fars, Woolens, &c. Insects on.Plants,towls,
Put.up is 25c. 50e, and $l.OO Boxes, Bottles,
and Flasks, $3 and $5 sizes for lintels, Public
"Only infallible remedies known."
1 i•Free from Poisons."
1 "Na dangerous to the Hu Man Family."
1 "Rats come out of their 1141 es to die."
Wholesale in altl . large cities.
r....„*501d by all Druggists and Retailers every
*,.*! 01 Beware! !of all woitlt l less imitations
*, - xCien that "CosvAn.'s" name is on each Box,
Bottle and Flask, before You buy.
*.,.._*Address Henry It. Costar,
* - , 4 Principal Depot 482 Broadway, N. Y.
P. A. STEBBINS Co.,
Wholesale & Retail Ag •nts, Coudersport, Pa.
Or Concentratpd Lye
Family Soap Pliorker.
WAR nankes high prices; Saponifier helps to
reduce them. It makes SOAP for FOUR cts.
a pound by using your kitche* grease.
fe'CAUTION I As spurious Lyes Ore of
fered also, be careful and only buy the
PATENTED article put Up in Iron cans, all
others b4ing COUNTERFEITS.
PT.NNSYLVAIIIA SALT 21AliIIFACT131111/G Co,
PHILApELPRIA—Io. 127 Walnut Street.
PIT ISFlclllG—Pitt Street andDucineatiWay
FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, :CEURALGIA,
LUMBAGO, STIFF NECK & AND JOINTS,
SPRAINS,BD.UISES, WOUNDS AND
: CUTS, PILES. • HEADACHE, .
AND ALI. RHEUMATIC AND
For all of which it is a speedy and certain
remedy, and• never fails. This Liniment is
prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
Sweet, of Connecticut, the fatuous bone set
ter, and has been used in his practice for
more than twenty years with the most aston
AS AN ALLEVIATOR. OF PAIN, it is un
rivalled by any preparation before the publie,
of which the most skeptical may be convinced
by a single trial.
FOR NEURA—GTA, it will afford iminetil
ate relief in every case, however distressing.
TOOTHACHE also it cures instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GEN
ERAL LA.S.S.4II:DE arising:from imprudence
or excess, this Liniment is a most happy and
unfailing remedy. Acting directly upon the
nervous tissues, it strengthens and revivifies
the system, and restores it to elasticity and
FOR PILES.=—As an external remedy. we
claim that it is the best known, and we chal
lenge the world to produce an equal. Every
victim of this distressing, complaint should
give it a trial, for it will not fail to afford
immediate relief, and in a majority of cases
will effect a radical cure.
QUINSY AND SORE THROAT are Fon: e.
t extremely malignant and dangerous.
hut a timely application 'of this Liniment will
rwrer fail to cure.
SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate,
and enlargement of the joints is liable to
occur if neglected. The wor6t cases may ho
conquered by this Liniment in two or theer
BRUISES, CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES,
ULCERS, BURNS AND SCALDS, yield.read
ily to the wonderful healing properties of DR.
SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT, when
used according to directions. Also, CHIL
BLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND INSECT
BITES AND STINGS.
Dr. St , plicn Sweet', of Connecticu!, the Great
:Natural Bone Setter.
Dr. ilt,:ph en Sweet, of Connecticut, is known
all over the United State?.
Dr. Stepken Serrel, of Coadereimq. I. the au
thor of "Dr. Sweet's Info lit Liniment."
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linimunt Cures Rheu
matism and neverlails.
Dr. S'w, it's Infi!flails Liniment, is a certain
remedy for Neuralgi.i.
Dr. Sweet's ..I:Vnilade Liniment Cures Burns
and Scalds immediately.
Dr, Sweet's by'ailile Liniment Is th e h es t
known remedy for Sprains and Bruises.
Dr. Sweet's NirlliLle Liniment Cures Head
ache immediately and was never known to fail,
Dr. Sweet's Infallible L men/ Atlbrds imme
diate relief for Piles, and, seldom fails to cure.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment Cures Tooth
ache in one minute.
Dr. Szreet's Infallible Liniment Cures Cuts
and "Wounds immediately and leaves no sear.
Dr. AS'oreceA Infallible Lini7l.e.it Is the best
remedy for Sores in the known world.
Dr. Sweet's Lfallille Liniment has been used
hr more than a million people, and all
Dr. Sweet's btralliile Liniment Taken inter
nally cures Colio.Cholf•ra MOelms and Cholera
,Ymect's In/11/(Y/. Linimetd Is truly a
"friend in, need," and every family should
Liars it at hand.
D. 251rcels Infallible Liniment Is for sale by
31i bruvzi.its. Price and 50 eluts.
A Friend in need. Try it.
DR. SWEET'S INF_A.LLIBLE LINIMENT,
as an external remedy, is without a rival, and
will alleviate pain more speedily than any
other preparation. For alt Rheumatic and
Nervous Disordeta it is truly infallible, and
as a curative for Sores, 'Wounds, Sprains,
Bruises, &e., its soothing, beating and pow
erful strengthening properties, excite the just
wonder and astonishment of ail who have
ever given it a trial. Over one thousand
certificates of remarkable cures performed .by
it within the last two years, attest the fact.
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMEN'I
FOR HORSES is unrivalled hr any, and in
all cases of Lameness arising from Sprains,
Bruises or \Crenehing, its effect is magicai
and certain, 1 larnes or Saddle Galls,
Scratches, Mange, &c., it will also cure
speedily. Sparin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented and cured in. their incipient
stages, but confirmed cases are beyond the
possibility of A RADICAL. CURE. No case of the
kind, however, is so desperate
. or hopeless
but it may be alleviated by this Liniment.
and its faithful application will always re
move the Lameness, and enable the horses to
travel with comparative ease. •
Every Horse Owner
shonld have this remedy at hand, for it:
timely use at the first appearance of Lame
ness Avill effectually prevent those formidable
diseases, to which all horses are liable, and
which render so many otherwise valuable
horses nearly worthless.
And thousands have found it truly-,
1 A Frilnd In Need:
CAUTION.—To avoid impokition, observe
the Signature and Likeness. of Dr. Stephen
Sweet on every label, & also "Stephen Sweet's
Infallible Liniment" blown in the glass of
each bottle, without which none are genuine.
RICHARDSON dz: CO.
. Sole Proprietors, Norwich, Ct. .
MORGAN & ALLEN, General Agents,
46 Cliff Street, New York,
* * *Sold by all dealers everywhere. aIG
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
of an Invalid. Published for the benefit,
and as a warning and a caution to young men
who stitl'a* from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of Manhood, etc., supplying at the same
time the means of-self-cure. By ono who has
cured himself after being put to great expense
and injurythro' medicalhumbug and quackery
. By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope
single copies may be had of the author.
Bedford, Kings county, N. Y.
Er TINT'S 131.0011 OF ROSES,—for the, La
11. dies,—iit STEBBINS'
MAYORS OF TM
We, the undersigned Mayors, hereby oar;
tilt' that-the Druggists, Apotheeiries;" and
PhySicians of our several cities, hive signed
a document of assurance to us that AIMS'S
SABRAP`i - Rrr.v.i Ims been found to he
a remedy of great excellence, and worthY
the confidence of the community.
HON. IP WrRS COOK,. -
.Mayor of LOWELL, MAIO:
HON. ALBIN BEARD,
Mayor of NASHUA, N. H.
E: W. HARRINGTON,
Mayor of MA.NCHESTER, N. H.
HON. JOHN ABBOTT,
Mayor of CONCORD, N. H.
i EON. A. K. BIIL.LOCK,
Mayor of WORCESTER, MASS.
HON. NATEE'L SILSBEE,
Mayor of SALEM., MASS.
HON. F. W. LINCOLN, Jr.,
I J Mayor of BOSTON, MASS.
HON. WM. M. RODMAN,
Mayor of PROVIDENCE, B. I.
HON. AMOS W. PRENTICE,
Mayor of NORW/Cli, CONK.
HON. J. N. HARRIS,
Mayor of NEW LONDON, CONN.
HON. CHAS. S. RODIER,
Mayor of MONTREAL, C. B.
HON. D. F. I .ViIIMANN,
Mayor of NEW YORK (in s.
HON. H. M. KINSTREY,
'Mayor of IT A Nrri . IT ON, C. W.
HON. ADAM WILSON,
Mayor of TORONTO, C. W.
HON. R. M. BISHOP,
Mayor of CLNCEVNATI, OHIO.
HON. I. H. CRAWFORD,
Mayor of LOUISVILLE, EY.
HON. JOHN SLOAN,
Mayor of LYONS, lOWA.
HON. JAMES McFEETERS,
Nay* of BOW - MANVILLE, C. W.
HON. JAMES W. NORTH,
liwiTr of AUGUSTA, ME.
HON. HENRY COOPER, Jr.,
Mayor of HA_LLOWELL,
HON. JAMES S. BEEK,
Mayor of FREDERICTON, N. B.
HON. WILLARD NYE, ' •
Mayor of NEW BEDFORD, MASS.
HON. J. BLAISDELL,
Mayor—of r AT , T4 RIVER, MASS.
HON. W. H, CRANSTON,
Mayor of NEWPORT, R,
HON. FRED STAHL,
Mayor of GALENA, ILL.
HON. JOHN HODGDEN,
Mayor of DUBUQUE, lOWA.
HON. THOMAS CRITTCIi.KLELD,
Mayor of CHATTANOOGA, TENN
HON, ROBERT BLAIR,
. Mayor of TUSCALOOSA, ALA.
HON. R. D. BAUGH,
Mayor of IvrFIMPHIS, TENN.
HON. GERARD STITH,
Mayor of NEW ORLEANS, LA.
HON. H. D. SCRANTON,
Mayor of ROCHESTER, N. Y.
HON. •DE _WITT C. GROVE,
Mayor of UTICA, N. Y.
HON. • GEO. w
Mayor of PITTSBURG, PA.
HON. C. H. BUHL,
Mayor of DETROIT, MICH.
HON. HE WAN L. PAGE,
Mayor of ivrITMAITSIE, WIS.
HON. W. W. VAUGHN,
Mayor of .73,ACEISTE, WIS.
HOI A. FARR, •
Mayor of ICENOSHA, WIS.
HON. JOHN C. HAINES,
Mayor of CHICAGO, ILL.
HON. M. J. A. BATH,
Mayor of SELMA, ALA.-
Certify that the resident Druggists rare
• assured them ' I
Is an excellent remedy, and worthy the con
fidence of the community.
For .Spring Diseases.•
For Purifying the Blood. •
For Scrota Ls. or mug's Evil.
For Tumors, Ulcers, and Sores. '
For Eruptions and' Pimples.
For Blotches, Blains, and Balls.
For St. Anthony's Fire, Rose, orEry.
For Tetter or Salt Rheum.
For Scald Head and Ringworm. 1
For Cancer and Cancerous Sores.
For. Sore Eyes, Sore Ears, and Humors.
For Female Diseases.
For Suppression and Irregularity.
For Syphilis or Venereal Diseases.
For Liver Complaints.
For Diseases of the Heart.
The Mayors of the chief cities - of the trial
.ted States, Canadas, and British Provinces,
Chili, Peru, Brain, ble.eo, and in fact al.
most all the cities on this continent, have
signed this document, to asstire their , people
what remedies they may use with safety and
confidence. But our space will only admit
a portion of them.
Ayer's Cherry Peetciral,
• ' Ayer's Pills, and
Ayer's Ague. Cure,
lir. J. C. Ayer I& Co.,
And sold by Druggists every where.
113 A. STEBBINS & Co. are doling up an
. old Ledger. All persons impbted to
them will please call and sztre,.before the
accounts are left with the proper caner Cir.
PALLIR ti 1
RCITi TO W.OffiASIT.,
THERE IS NO SC
OMPEL, THE PEOPLE
AND NO LAW TO i
TO PAY THE REF
INOUS PRICES NOW
ASKED FOR THEM IN ITHIS COUNTRY !
TO AVOID THIS EXTORTION. AND GIVE
THE PEOPLE «FAIR GOODS AT FAM
P. A. SIPIIISINS & Co.
lIRCHAftED, DI NEW
n, THE FINEST AND
YORK, TOR CA
STOCK OF GOODS EVER
RE COUNTY, CONSIST-
ND AND QUALITY
ING OF ENtRY K
INS AND PRINTS,
INS & CO'S
. MOURNING GOODS,
FINE BAL3IOIIAL SKIRTS,
& ALL KIN D 01,':FANCY GOODS,
,G 0 TO
STEBBINS! & CO'S.
INS Zr, CO'S
OF ALL KINDS,
INS & CO'S
ND ALL OTHER
KINES OF WARE
INS & CO'S.-
r OF ALL KINDS,
K, HAMS, SHOULD-
FLOUR, ,P 0
18H, AND SALT,
BINS & CO.es
AND ALL INDS OF bLECICINES
BINS & COS
where GOODS can be purchased FIFTEEN;
or T*ENTY PER CENT. below the market'
Goods : :the Quality and the Price; and'pvr-
EM RIGHT i!
chasers studying both, can be better satisfied'
with onr stock than any other in *his or ad-
, - •
"DEAR TRASH." Now is your time to pro-
citre a GOOD ARTICLE. I, Delays ar9 daii-
gerous.ainl sometimes fatal." Don't wait iv-
another enormous adranCe in Goods
The following is but a paitial fiat of *vet
The attention of the Ladies . is called to tbsi
stocks of Merin oes,Black,Elrown, Blue, Maroon,
Drab and White. Sornepf these were bought
previous to the rise And will b" sold nearly as
lo* . as present wholesale, prices at JONES'
- . -
Dian, Grey, and Fancy Colors at JONES'
Cassimeres, Striped.' Checked, and Plaids
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeen'p, and Cottonades oP
the very hest quality at i JONES'
"Black 'Silks, Alpac:is, linipress Cloth, Bonaba
zinc, DClitines. ricp Cloth.. ❑nd Black nnii'
Purple Goods of rut ibusi kinds itt JONF4'
Heavy Sbeeting . F. thrpe-hliarter, 101;r -quarter,
five-(phirtur, ; ease
and zilleoing Ten-quarter
bleached fursheetz at. i, JUNES'
- White (3-, pods
Ilirred Muslin.. Plain Jarchet, Cambric for
Skirts, Irish Linen, Swii , s MnAins, Nainsoolt
Muzlin, plaid ; striped tir plain, and Bishop'
Lawns at. i JONES'
Dimity Bands, Ladfes ()Mlars, Under - sleeves '
with or without. Qollars 'at, JONE'
Hoods. with tabs or pnints, tier Infants and
Children. Misses and Ladies; Nubia's. Under.
sleeves and Caps at JUNES'
F,ir Children, Shirti4i Prints, plain black,•
white and black,hlue and whitr, and all kinds' .
of Fancy; at G JONES'
Gents' Black Brood Clbth, excellent quality
bought before rive• Cassinimes.
alk mired• block and fancy Doeskin, striped,•
plain, and Plaid in fancy colors, land Cloth'
ftir whole suits'at JUNEigi'
women's wool ribbed, cotton ribbed, ce l tt..i'
phi in, colored and white, pluin or fleeced.
Girls! white. brown. 'mixed, wool or coitoz,-
and wool balmornl stockings.
dens' hoipe and eiry-made
Boys', nil sizes, white or mixed, at JUNES"
• G 1 Oyes
For Ladies, Gauntlet nd Band Gloves, 'Kid;•
Linen, Cotton. Plain a4d Fleeced Silk. Gents'
fine Driving Gloves, Ctissimeres, at JONES'
516\ 7 0.53
For Ladies ; Shepherd's Plaid, Broebe, Long ;
and Square, Woolen *aid; a great variety of
elegant colors at - i ' JONES'' _ •
Of domestic and foreign manufacture. We"
can assure our patrons that we believe our
stock-this spring to be more attractive in thin
line than ever before. JUNES'
With only two breadths, making it necessary '
to have but.two seams'in a full skirt, in a great'
Tens, Sugars, Choice Syrup, Good Rio Coffee; •
West India and VandOon Coffee, Rice, Cern'
Starch, .Ifarina,ocon, JONES'
Cloth, Tooth, Naii, Hair, Hat,.Paint, Varnish')
and Artist Brushes at TONES'
Drugs and Fancy Articles'
Oils, Paints, and Dyer Stuffs, White Lead la
Tin Cans,Alcohol, Camphene, lierosene,laimp ,
and Lamp Fixtures, Glass, Patent Medicinal,.
Chemicals, Botanical Barbs, Perfumery,Fancr
goap and Toilet articles, Gum, Hair, Ivory
and Wooden Combs, Pomades and Colognes,
and a fine assortment of Flavoring Extracts,-
Pens, Ink add Paper, and Linseed Oil-rain`
and boiled, at ZONES'
Bop' and Men's at • ' JONES'
. Boots and. Shoes
Of every description and the best quality, at)
astonishing low prices, at JONES'
Ceiling Paper, TrAnsom Paper, Window Car
tains, Borders, Tassels and Fixtures, at
HARDWARE, WOODEN-WARE, WILLOW?...
WARP', NAILS, IRON, PLOWS, WINDOW
SASH, FLOUR, PORK, and FEED, "in fast,'
everything that the people need can belnid sat
• , • JONES'.
All of which will be sold at the lowest rate*
- COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN
Coudersport, Pa., June, 1263.
10 I .HAVE FOUND
itad the exclamation of tb l e Astronomsiihc;*
Oise iliscbvered that the ivorld moved to
orbit; not less joyous has:been the exelarea=
ion of those irho bovO fund THE PLACE
'Trice, and yet find them as represented Two
,are . to be considered in purchasing
oin!ng counties. Think twice before 'buying