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PA, STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
MANSFIELD, TIOGA CO, I'A..
TIII9 INSTITUTION WAS •
Recognized by the State Authorities, an
..:, 4.8 • ;
State Normal Sciibol,
And formally Upend as such in.Seinember 1863.
The School is• at length pyres upon a se
cure basis—the . State appropriation of the
current year, enTitilitig*.the:Tinstee to extin
guish the rgreater portion -'of the outstanding
liabilities, and to. make extensive .improve
reents upon the building&and grounds. .
-The Sp . ring Term will comma'. about
- March 10, .1865. •
Prof. F. A. ALLEN, for-the past six' years in
charge of the Chester County (Pa.) Normal
School, has been elected Priiacipal, and Prof.,
J.Strait, of the Edinboro State Normal School,
Lion, has been -appointed to the,grofesserstiip
of Languages indifrithernatics. • -;
•- Prof. Allen is well known throughotit the
State as n gentleman of accurate scholarship,,
`possessing a practical experience of fifteen.
years as 4n educator of teachers, and a thor
ough acquaintance with ,their educational
. from bi 3 connection with
;,eolinty Institiates every 'section section of Nun
. _ .
well as in other States. '
=•CdrUpetznt arid- thorough - instructors Will
.be provided, for the other departments of the.
School. • '
The building bas been refited througffout
and provided with furniture of the most ap
proved style, together with an extensive col-1
lection df maps,charts,and works of reference.
Excellent. Chemical and. Philosophical ap
paratus trill be in readiness at the opening of
the Schodh• - '• •
To keep pace with the improvements in.ed
neation., a gymnasium will be erected, for
which a valuable apparatus for the heavier
and lighter exercises has ahead' been secured
• The school year is divided into three terms
—4:3f thirteen weeks each, with no vacation,, ex
cept the week of Christmas Holidays.
• It is desirable that students should enter at
the commencement of a term, and for a period
of not less than thirteen weeks. Tuition,
• •in advance per term, $6.00. No extra
charges for the laguages or the higher math
ematics. Text books rented at• reasonable
rates. Vocal and instrumental nrusie at
teacher& prices. Boarding in the ha 11,539 00
per lerm ; wood for Finte4, $3 00 per term;
Washing, $3 25; room rent, $1 50.
The arrangements now made are of such
• a nature as t.o . warrabt the Trustees in saying
That no other-institution in the State affords
better facilities for the Educhtion of Teachers,
or. for the preparation of students for college,
Or for general business. :
For further particulars address the Princi
pal, at Mansfield, Tioga county, Pa.
W. C. RIPLEY : 7 Pres.-Board of Trustees..
ALBERT CLARIi; Secretary.
Mansfield, Dec. 20, 1864. •
GERMANIA, Potter Co., Pa., Aug. 1, 1803; sI
OTICE is hereby given that Charles lin- j
. shor, 'now orlate of this county, holding!
the following described property; has not yet
paid any consideration whatever fcr the same,l
and all persons are hereby-warned not to pur
chase any of said property of the said Bushor ,
before tile; decision
.of the CoUrt is given in
this case' and "C: Bushor has paid to me the
consideration money therefor. j
The following is the property :
Ist.' A:certain tract °Hand near the Ge
rmania. Mill, in warrant 5075. Abbott to cvnettip,
Potter. county, Pa., containing 100 acres:—
Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining
• 2nd: A certrin tract of land, with Mill and
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
'warrant 5810, in Stewartion
( township, Potter
county, Pa., containing about 201 acres.
• C. Bushor holds- also .truNt warrant no.
1501, in Gaines township, Tioga poubty, Pr...,
on the road leading from Germanial9,Gaine.,,
.containing 850 acres. '
if WM. RA DUE.
WHEREAS, tetters of Administration to
'the estate of WILSON CARSON, late
of Allegany towns,hip,l Potter county, dee'd,
have been granted to the subscriber, all per
eons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same will present them;
duly authenticated, for settlement to l
HUDSON BENDRYX, Adm'r.
Allegany, Aug. 30, Iti,G4
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Portraits and other pictures for "the Times,"
War Mapa, beautiful Album Cards, Currency
Holders, etc. For CircularS, with particulars
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Eatate of George Estes• Dec d
LIER E AS, letters of administration on
the estate of George Estes, late of He
bron township, dee'd. have been granted to
the , notice is hereby given to all
persons knowing themselves indebted to :mid
estate to call and settle immediately And thiise
having claims to present them for payment.
POLLY' EST ES., Administratrix.
Hebron, Nov. 22, 1864
MBE 'CONFESSIONS A.ND EXPERIENCE
011 AN INVALID.
Published for the benefit and as a caution
to young men and others who. suffer from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay of Man.
stip — plying at the same time the
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NATHANIEL MAYFAIR; Esq.,
Bro.klyn, Kings Co.,
111iTHEREAS Letters of Administration to
csAtiee state of AVNI. B. JENKINS, late of
' ShiPpen fotnship,Catneron county,dec'd,havQ
been - 'granted to the subscriber, all persons
indebted to said estate are requested to male
immediate payment, and those baying claims
against, the same will present them, duly au
thenticated, for settlement to
JACOB JENKINS, Adm'r.
Coudersport, Oct. 25, 1864.
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OLE AN AC.
The Fall Term wilha4
1864 and, continue tlit
from $4.00 to $B.OO TIM
had in the 'Principal',
Buildings at S2 : 00 per,
E. WILDMAN, A.' .1
by other Teachers.i
A Teachers' Clais
instruction of teacber.
which Holbrook's Nor .
- F. S.
Aron atttention Is invited to the large and
X attractive stock just received, and for
sale as low as the same qualities can be bought
anywhere in the county.
We have on hand a large and varied as
sortment of Domestic .Cottons, co7nprising
BROWN SHEETINGS, and
COTTON FLANNELS on which we
cannot be undersold.
We purchase ohr goods for Cash and offer
them ata'very small advance
p you want to purchaie
PLAID FRENCH SU RTING FLANNEL, call
• CLOTIIS, and
,a full supply
CLOTHL . N .- G.,/ ,
DON'T fail to call before purehnsing and
see the assortmeni, /
, ,_, At ZHmsted's
BOOTS & SHOES
FOR 'ken, Women & Children, in great va
For Molasses, 6yrup, Sugar, Tea and Coffee,
in fact everything in the Grocery line, call
A full assortment of almost everything that is
kept in a country store on hand. We intend
to keep Goods that will give satisfaction and
sell good articles at the lowest living profit
Grain of all kinds,
• Sheep Pelts, Fur 6;
County, Township and School Orders, for all
of which the highest prices-will be paid
Coudersport, Pa,Nor'r 18, E9Bl
Capital $1,000,000.: 200, Shares at $5 each
A. K, M'CLURE, D. K. JACKMAN, ELISHA DAVIS,
'4IOMAS A. SCOTT, J. C. BOMBERGER,
PETER. B. SMALL, JOHN M. POMEROY.
JAMES,M. SELLERS, Secretary.
ELISHA W. DAVIS, Treasurer.
This Company has 120 acres of land, in fee,
on Allegheny River immediately opposite Oil
City and adjoining Laytonia, with 110 rods
front on the river, and 75 rods front on Lay's
Runt Hon. C. P. Ramsdell, editor of the Oil
Creek Monitor, and agent for this . land, as
sures the Company that it will sell in lots for
$lOO,OOO, reserving the oil right which is
worth $lOO,OOO additional. Immediate reve
nue will be derived for the Conipany from the
sale of these lots: and the Company have two
good engines with complete fixtures to operate
immediately for oil. The territory in this
immediate locality has never failed to pro
Also, one hundred acres, in fee simple, in
the celebrated Cherry Run District, immedi
ately adjoining Cherry Run Petroleum 'Com
pany, whose stock is now worth over $3O per
share. The Company now have offers, which
will be accepted, for sinking wells on le'ase,
without any cost to the corporation and one
half the proceeds to go to the Company. The
Curtin and St. Nicholas :Companies are in
this immediate locality, and their stock is /
now Commanding a large ,premium. In ad.
dition, the Company has .10 acres, in fee sim
ple, on Cherry Tree Run, which empties into
Oil Creek, and in the best producing section
of the Oil Territory, and 110 acres in fee
simple, on Walnut Bend, five rililes above the
month of 011 Creek, and not dyer two miles
from the celebrated Reed well, now produc
ing over 200 per day.
Also, the lease of three tracts of ; land, two
on`Oil Creek, each producing over ten barrels
per day, and one on Allegheny River, pro
ducing ten barrels per day of heavy oil, worth
now $2l per barrel. The Company now re
ceives three-fourths of the proceeds of the
last named well, and one-half of the other
two; Each of these tracts will he developed
by the Company by
. sinking additional wells,
and the engines and fixtures are now on
hand to do it..
Jommenee August 31st
irtecn weeks. Tuition
M term., Board can be
's f roily. 'Rooms for
liad in the Academy
Li, Pfincipal, assisted
11 be organized for the
in their profession, in'
a 1 Methods and other
.gE5y. Subscriptions must be made prompt
ly, as more than one-half of the stock is al
Tubscriptions will be received at the office
of the Curupeoi.
IMPERIAL OIL commit,
MICE 139 SOUTH FIFTH STREEL.
Reserved Capital $250,000
President, ALEXANDER NICLURE
if I HAVE FOUND IT
Was the exclamation ot;the Aatronomsr who.
first discovered that the world Moved• in its'
orbit; not less joybus has been the e-claie
don of those who have foend TEID - PLA El
where GOODS can be purchased P.IFTEFIN
or TWEYTY PE t ll CENT. below the market
price, and yet find them as represented. Two
things are to be considered, in purchasing
Goods : the Quality and the Price ; and pur-
chasers studying both, calf be better satisfied
with our stock thou. any other in this br ad
joining counties. Think twice before }layinro
cure a GOOD ARTICLE. ."Delays;/ den•
gerous and sometimes, fatal." ,Doi.
another enormous advance i/Goods.
" DEAR TRASH." Now is your time te,
The following-is lint a partial list of out
large assortment :
. -. •
.:1 /Mer os
The attention of in the Ladies is called to' the
stock of Merinoes,Black,Brown, Blue, Mtujoon,,
Drali and Whit. Some of these were bought
previoUs to theirise and will be sold nearly aS
low as present who'lesale prices at JONES'
Blact,•Grey, and Fancy Colors at JONES'
t .1 t-
Cassimeres, Striped, Checked, and Plaids
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, and Cottonades o
the very best quality at JUNES'
Black Silks, Alpacas, 'Empress Cloth, Bombs:-
zine, Delaines, Rep Cloths, and Black and
Pnrple Goods orwarious kinds at JONES'
Heavy Sheetingsr,,threeiquarter, four-quarter,
five-quarter, tine unbleached ; Pillow Cage
and Sheeting 'Muslin, Shirting, T'en-quartdr
bleaclied for sheets.' at. JONES'
White - Goods
Barred Plain Jaecnet, Cambric, fqr
Skirts, Irish Linen, Swiss Alaslins, Nainsoo
Muslin, plaid, striped or plain, and.Bish4
Lawns at, ti JONES'
Dimity Bands, Ladies Collars, Undersleerep
with or without collars at JUICES'.
Hoods, with tabs or points, for Infants-arid
Children, Misses and Ladies ; Nubia's, Ulidet
sleeves and Caps at JONES'
For Children, Shirting Prints, plain blact:
white and blaek,biue and white, and all kind.
of Fancy, at ; JONES'
Gents'.Black Broad Cloth, excellent quality
bought before the rise. ' Cassimeies. blank
silk mixed, black and fancy Doeskin, striped.
plain, and Plaid in fancy colors, and Clotli
for whole suits at; JONES'
Women's wooi ribbed, cotton ribbed, cott.m
plain, colored and white, plain or fleeced..
Girls' white, brown, mixed, wool 'or cotton,
and wool balmoral stockings.
Wens' home and city - -mad;.
Boy', all sizes, white or mixed, at JONES'
For Ladies, Gauntlet and Hand Gloves, Kin:
Linen, Cotton, Plain and Fleeced Silk. Gent
H i ne Driving Gloves, Cassimeres, at JONES'
For Ladies; Shepherd's Plaid; Brodie, Lonk
and Square, Woolen Plaid; 6. great variety 61.
elegant color at • JONES'
Of domestic and : for;ign manufarcture. Wie
can assure our patrons that we believe our
stock this spring to be moreAttractive'in this
line than\ ever before. , . JUNLa' 1
With only two breadths, making it necessary
to have but two seams in a full skirt, in a great
variety at JONES'
Grocerie r s I
Teas, Sugars, Choice Syrup, Good Rio Coffq,
West Indi.i. and Dandelion "offee, Rice, Coin
Starch, Farina, Cocoa, &c., at JONES'
Cioth, Tooth, Nail, Hair, Hat, Paint, varnish
and Artist Brushes at
Drugs and Fancy Articles
Oils, Paints, and, Dye Stuffs, White Lead in
Tin Cans,Alcohol; Camphene, Kerosene,Lamp
and Lamp Fixtures, Glass, Patent Medicines,
Chefnicals, Botanical Herbs, Perfumery,Frincy
Soap and Toilet, articles, Gum, Hair, Ivory
and Wooden Combs, Pomades and Colognes,
and a fine assortment of. Flavoring Extracts,
Pens, Ink and Paper, and Linseed Oil—raw
and boiled, at JONES'
Boys' and 3ten's at JONES'
Boots and Shoes
Of every description and the best quality, at
astonishing low prices, at JONES'
Ceiling Paper, Transom Paper, Window Cur
tains, Borders, Tassels and Fixtures, at J's.
HARDWARE; WOODEN-WARE, WILLOW
WARE, NAILS, IRON, PLOWS, WINDOW
SASH, FLOUR, :PORK, and FEED, in fact,
everything that„ the *Pie need can be had at
All of which will be sold at the ' i lowest rates
' COITNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN.DT, _
Coaderspvrt, Fa., June, 1863.
n't wait for
B . rushes
I offer for sale on reasonable terms and lib
eral time :
ONE FARM !-; . -146 Aeres-46
• ' -
ONE FARM !j-235 Acres —,Cleared
ONE FARM 7 . 1 7 -50 Acres .'.15 Bleared
!--300A‘es•-. 7 ._ 5 Cleared
ONE FARM !-300
rms and L,Eind4'
'And lots of other
be required down:
a., July 2 '64
1-1:. J. OLMSTED
Q S TORE' can always be.. founds the ibest• o
Cooking, Box and Parlor
TIN and SHEET -IRON WARE; POTS.
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CIAULD
RONS. Also, i,
Agricultural Implements., -
such as PLOWS, SCRAPERS, CULTIV-A-
TORS, CORN-SHEELERS, HORSE-BAKES, j
DOG-POWERS, &c. • ,
is well made and the material gond.i Good
and substantial EAVES-TROUGI - I lilt up ill
any pkrt of the County--Terkas easy. Ready
Pay of all kinds, includintr Cash, 'seldom
Store on Main Street oppottite the Old Court
House Coudersport. Angi r 1, 1563 1 --50
. . -
Will wring anything from a single Thread to
a Bed• Quilt. •
PRICES : $5.50,5' s6.oo,and sgoo..
P. A. Stebbins &•Co,
Agent.9for Potter county.—Ja'd 25.163
Pi A. STEBIN
Paying the highest price in
CASK IL for
50,000 POUIr DS WANTED !
Coudersport; June 28, 18G4.
P; A. Stebbins & Co.
RE AGENTS for the sale of
'WHEELER k-IVJLSON'S SEWING
MACHINES for Potter l County
,Noy'r 18, 'G3 I
alli AS GIVEN UNIVERSAL AtISRAO
TION during the fourteen yedrs it has
been introduced into the 'United States.
After being tried 'by millions, it has been
proclatmeethe. Pain destroyer of Elie world:
Pain cannot be where this liniment is ap
plied. If used as directed it cannot laud nev
er has failed in a single instance. For colds,
coughs and influenza, it can't be - beat. One
25 cent bottle will cure all the above, besides
beinr , ' useful' in every family for sudden acci
dents, such as burns, cuts, scalds, insect
stings, &c. It is perfectly innocent to take
internally, and can be given to the oldest
person or, youngest child. Price 2,5 and 50
cents a bottle. Office,l 56, Cortlandt Street,
New York'. Sold by, all druggists.
griASH PAID FOR BUTTER,
vt..) by r E. Hi. Spencer
HOW visr t
Just published, a new edition ;of Dr.
Culversvell's Celebrated,' Essay
on the rudical. cure (without: medicine) of
SPRIMATOI:11110EA, or Seminal Wealineis, In
voluntary,Seminal losses. ImPrrEscx, Mental
and Physical' Incapacity, ImpeiOrnents to Mar.
riage, etc: ; "also, CONSUMPTION, Lrti.iirsr,and
FITS, indnced by self-indulgence Or sexual
• gtdrFrice, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cons.
The celebrated at - Al:mr in this admirable
essay clearly demonstrates, from ia. thirty
years successful practide, that the lalarming
consequences of self-abuse may be .radically
cued without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of: the knife—
pointing out a mode of cure, at 'onde simple r
certain and effecutal, by. means of which ev
ery sufferer, no matter What his Condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
and radically, ;
' ger This Lecture should be in the bands
of every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, underseal, in a r plain envelope,.to any
address, post-paid, on receipt of six ;cents, or
two post stamps. Address the publishers.
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowry, Now York,Post office box 4586
I I --
OATS ! OATS OATS !
Iwill pay SO Cis., CASU, for OATS
delivered at, my Store la
B. S. COLWELL.
Dec. 19, 1864
SOAP QUestion Settled I. Inquire at
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1 -=* 7 , ; ) . L4"”" .: sts: rigorous ction; and: \
s - . -- - - si'leaves the system .to '
`ssss.. - - - s-. .... _._ ....--•----- ----- fall into dist Order and
deeay. The scrofulous contamination is vs:
riously caused by "mercurial ' diSease; low
living, disordered digestion from:unhealthy:
foods impure air, filth and filthy habits,
the - depressing vices, and,' 'aim*: all) by
the; Venereal infeetion. Whatevef•be' its
origin, it is hereditary in the ecinStitutien)
descending "from parents, toiChildrerrsuste
the third and fourth generation;" indeedi it
seems to be the rod of IBM wlie•SaYs, "14111
Visit the iniquities of the fathers Uponthiir
ehildren.". The diseases it'Origirtates' take'
'varieus names, according
to; the - organs; it
ittaidzs. In: the lurigs,'Scr(tfula*; produces
tubercles, and, finally .Consumption; in the -
glands,.Swellings which - suppurate ; and. be
come ulcerous sores ;• in the etothaeli and:
hoWels, derangements wldchlprOduce indi-:
gestion, dyspepsia, and liver' complaints; -on
the skin, eruptive and -Cutaneons •htfections.:
These, all having the same origin, require the
sanie:remedy, Viz., purification and invigota
tion of the blOod. Purify the hlOod) Suds
these dangerous. distempers leave you. With
feeble, foul, Or ,borrupted bleod, you cannot
- have health; With that "life of • the flesh t'.•
healthy; you cannot have scrofulous disease.
is-compounded from the most effectual anti
dotes that Medical science has discovered for
\ this afflicting distemper, and for the curelof
the disorders itentalls. That it is far sure
; rier to any other remedy yet devised,ls
ktMwn by all who have, given it 'a trial. That "
1 it dons combine virtues truly 'extraordinary
1 in theic . effect upon this class of complaiits,
1 is indisputably proven by the, great multitude -
of publicly known and remarkable cures it
has-made Of the follOWing; diseases: Klieg
Evil„;"Or Glandular Swellings, Tomors,
Efiiptions,. Pimples, 'Blotches and Sores, - .
I Erysipelas, Rose or , St. Anthony's Fire,
i Salt Rheum, Scald Head, - Coughs from
i tuberculous deposits in the lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, DrOpsy, Neuralgia,
1 Dyspepsia or Indigestion,. Syphilis and.
Syphilitic Nercurial Diseases,
1 Female Weaknesses :turd, indeed, the whole
series of complaints that arise,from impurity
of the blood. Minute reports of individual
cases ; may. he found in .Avail's AMERI6OI
.A.1.31.1.NAC, which, is furnished to the druggists
for gratuitous distribution), wherein ratty be
learned the directions for ifs use, and Sqrtlf3
of theLreinarkiible cures Which it has mado
svhen all other remedies 1i.4 failed to afford
relief. Those, cases area purposely taken
front all sections of - the country, in order
that every reader may have access to some
one who can speak to hint of its benefits from
personal' experience. Scrofula depressesthe
vital energies, and thus leaves ifs victims far
more subject to disease and itsi fatal results
than, are healthy constitutions: Hence it
tends to shorten, and does greatly shorten,
the average duration of human life. The
vast importance of these considerations has
led us to spend years in perfecting a remed y which is adequate to its cure. This, we now
offer to the public under the name of AYER'S
Ssassrsrnsts, althoUgh it is composed of
ingredients, some of which exceed the pest
of Sarsaparilla iii alterative power): By its
aid you may protect yourself from the suffer- ,
jog and danger of these disorders). Purge
out the foul corruptions that rot and 'fester
in the blood, purge out the causes of disease,
and vigorous health will fo' low. Bylts peen
liar virtues this remedy s hnulates the vital
functions, and thus expe 4 the distempers
; which lurk within the system or bursa out
on ally part of it.
We know the public love been deceived
by minty compounds.; of ,Sarsaparilia, that
prorrdsea much and did i:otiting; but they
will neither be deceived litr disappointed in
this. Its virtues have been' proven by ahnn
dant trial, and there remains an question of
its surpassing excellence for the cure of the
afflicting diseases it is intended to reach.
Although under the same imbue, it is a very
different medicine froth any other which- has
been before the people, and is far more cf.,
fectual than any other whiCh has ever been
available to theist. . . I
The World's. Great, Remedy for
Coughs; Colds, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanced stages
of the disease.
This has been s r r long_nsed and so uni
versally known, tl at we need (10 no snore
than assure the public that :its quality is kept
np to the best Weyer has been, and that it
may be relied on to do all it has ever done.
Prepared by ; Da. J. C. AYEE. & CO.,
FraCiiCai and Analytical chemists,
s ! Lour ell Mi.ss.
Sold by all druggists every where.
Sold by C. S. E. A. Jones, Coudersport.
Chappel Bros., tlysse. -
C. 11. Simmbes, Oswayo.
Mann S: Nichols, Millport. , •
Colwell & Cb., Roulel,, and by 'Dealers
everywhere. • • )
Or Concent r ated Le
Family Soap Maker.
WAR makes high prices ; Saponifier helpsto
reduce them. It makes SOAP for FOUR eta.
a pound by using your kitchen grease.
CAUTION I . "As spurious Lyes are of
fered also. be careful and only, buy the
PATENTED article put up in Iron. cans,
others being COUNTEREEITS.',. •
PENNSYLVANIA SALT BIANUFACTI7IIING Co, i
PHILADELPHIA—No. 127 Walnut Street.
PITTSRURG—Pitt Street and Duquesne Way
Co star'sVermine Exterminator
For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs, Moths
in Furs, Woolens, &c. Insects onPlants, Foivls,
Animals, &c. .
Put up in 25c. 50c. and $l.OO Boxes, Bottles,
and Flasks, $3 and $5 sizes for Hotels, Public
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free froni Poisons." . '
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats'.eome out of their holes to dip."
*,*Sold Wholesale in all large cities:
'*, f '*Sold by all Druggists and Retailers every-
** ! I t Beware I I I of all Worthless imitations
* * *See that "Cosvan's" name is on each Box,
Bottle and Flask, heft:4e von-buy. .'
* * *Address, Ilenry B. Costar /
* * *Principal Depot 483 Broadway;.N:Y.
*•* *Sold by
P. A. STEBBINS & Co.,
Wltolesale Ettall Azcnts, Coudersport, Fa,
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