The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, December 24, 1857, Image 3

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    I&ifcij atft Co until;.
PERSONAL. —Will "F. J F." furnisli
licr rn name —we do not recognize the
initials —and wc think we are enti
tled to that Bioch of the confidence
41 s a contribitor whose first effort is so
acceptable to our columns. The incog
will be inviolate with us.
IKE"" REV. 11. K. WHITNEY will preach
in this place next Sunday, Dec. 27, morn
ing and afternoon, at the Court House.
- ' "
Mr*. Supheas Xttt Monthly, for Janu iry, is on
our table, having new Attraction for the New
Year, among which is the announcement that
Mrs. Stephen? will d-votc her entite time and
well known uloat to the M.g izine. It eon
tains the first number of a uew continued story
from her p -n. Price $1,30 per annum—pub
lished by Edward S fphea.s, 12J Nassau St..
New York.
if Vc would direct tiie attention of those
-of our readers who desire a llarrisburg
.paper this winter to the aJvertiscmcnt ut
the Doily Telegraph. It has been eon
mderablv enlarged, and is now indepen
dent in politics —which leaves it open to
she furor of all parties. We much pre
fer it to be independent than a wishy
washy Republican piper.
JJV would call the attention of our
readers to the Lecture of Rev. 0. 31.
Blake, on our first page this- week. They
will find it well worth the time and ap
plication necessary to a proper reading of
it; and even those who heard it delivered
will find it worth reading over. It is'
published by request of a number of
those who were and were not present at
the delivery of it.
The Goal lemplar, for December, is
on our table—and as usual, with contents
which have made it one of our most wel
come visiters. The preseut is the second
number of the new volume, and contains
a good steel—engraved portrait of 31 its.
FRANCES D. (JACK, than whom there is
not a better writer for the home circle in
our land. The Good Templar is a Tem-,
pcrance magazine, published monthly at
•St. Louis, 310., by B. 11. 3lills, at $1
per annum—cheap ns could be wished.
Xopaper will be issued from this of
fice next week it being a season of gener
al pleasure for our people, and for which
ohr "hands" are amply deserving. It is
but right that they should rest sometimes,
as well us enjoy themselves if there is an
opportunity. We shall enjoy ourselves,
iu a puss-time we are getting accustomed 1
to, and fur which w are acquiring quite 1
an appetite by compulsion—that of dodg
ing "duns." Our office being "up stairs."
deprives us of much practice; but we
hope to "make up for loot time," the com
ing vacation.
Th" Prospectus of the Golden Prize,
in another columu, presents the unusual
anomaly of a newspaper offering a large
pecuniary premium for subscribers. Al
though we are not favorable to the class
of newspapers of which it is a "distant
relative," or rather representative, we'
find, on looking over a specimen number .
sent us, that the Golden Prize has much
to commend it as well to the literary
to the g<-ueral reader. But as our
room is scarce we refer the reader to the
advertisement in another column ; hoping
that sonic of them will there find induce
ments for subscribing to it. \\ e solicit
an " X," friend Prtze.
IJU.ES. —With the view of ascertaining to
achat exttv. the Bible or Testament, is used in
the Common Schools of this County, the un
dersigned, who is agent for the distribution of
the Scriptures, requests teachers t inform him
what number of copies of cither are in the
hands of their pupils : and also how much use
is made of them daily iu their schools.
Parents ah 1 tea -hers can now obtain u sup
ply of bibles at 10 cts. ca Ij—reference Bibles
4 i cts., and Testaments at 6 cts. Orders for
the schools should l>* scot in at ouee. Let
the ye-tr h?jtn with tfods Wrd t the hand*
e'e r children, and His blessing will attend it.'
M hat more suitable Christinas or New Year's
present. can a parent, or relative, put into the
hands of a child, than a copy of the Holy
Scriptures'? Who will fail to do this, accord
ing to their ability '? Copies will be furnished
gratis, to auv who arc unable to purchase.
C. M. BLAKK,
par the Pennsylvania Bible Society.
The address before the Potter County
Agricultural Society, by S, J'. JOHNSON,
F s q , on Tuesday evouing last, was an
able and well-directed effort in behalf of
die farmer. A large and intelligent audi
ence listened to it with unuiistakeable
evidences of pleasure and profit, and fre
quently greeted the speaker with well
.'leservcd applause. Wc regret that 31r.
Johnson will not permit us to publish his
excellent address. We hope he w ill re
consider this determination, as we believe
' s good effects would be doubly felt among
" u r farmers, could they who were not
pi<">ent, and the wives and children of
those who were, sec and read the address.
j Tewptnince Moctip g —.The gathering]
on 31 on day Civemug last was really en
couraging, theugli rather small for Court
week. ller. A. 3leTntyre delivered # an
excelled address, containing much in
formation in regard to the history of in
temperance and progress of Temperence, i
in the world, as well as some good advice ;
and was followed by Rev. C. 31. Blake,
who offered a revolution, (which we give
below,) with appropriate and excellent re
maaks in regard to its sentiments Yve
regret that we have not room this week to
notice thie meeting more cxteudedlv. The
1
following is the resolution referred to
above:
R.'/ohed That the success of the Temper-!
ntice cffoii in this county, is a cause of joy to
all friends of peace, prosperity, and good or-,
dcr—but that it docs not absolve any person .
from the duty of continue 1 activity in the no
ble work of elevating humanity to a higher and
1 happier sphere.
3Ve would do injustice to ourselves and
those present, did we not notice that the
Poudersport Musical Society were there
in their strength, and acquitted themselves
nobly. Its members deserve a better no
tice than we have room to give them now.
IT* have received from a fair friend, ( though
a stranger to us.) the foil wing lines address
ed, we believe, t ) one of the most estimable of
our \i)!agc women. With the following wc
hive al s o received a "Snow Song,'' by the
same author, which breathes true poetey —that
of the so il. We. however, knowing that its •
beauties cannot spoil with time, have laid it
I
in our drawer, and will give it to our readers
when our columns become less crowded. We
hope to hear often from our uew contributor—
and tender her the poet's corner in our paper
a- often as she may become insp rised as iu
tiie Snow >ng. The following being of local
interest, we give it this place among our Home 1
affairs:
LIKES TO P. A. T.
They say there's a star, for the faithful and,
true.
That is shiuing afar, in the heavens =?o blue ; •
So tiny, so bright, no clouds ever mar
The pure twinkling light, of that beautiful star.
0 tell tne of mine—F have sought it so long— !
Say, say does it shine, but the dark clouds i
among.
Such a boon, 1 would prize, if I only conld see
A star in the skies, ever shining for me.
But listen, the fleet breeze wafts, to my ear,
A cadence so sweet, I am hreataless to hear:
It brings a good cheer, and bids ine rejoice— ;
The music 1 hear, is the " still small roice.''
Eleven Mile. I'a. S. M. L.
Horse Thief. — A fellow came to thin
place on Saturday last with a fine horse,.,
harness and buggy ; traded the latter to
Mr. J. B. Smith, a merchant, for a gold
watch valued at SIOO, and some nioncv;
left the harness with D. F. Glassmire,
taking his saddle in place, and proceeded
on his way. On Monday morning an of
ficer and the owner of the horse and bug
gy, (a livery concern,) from Chemung
County, X. V., arrived in pursuit of the
thief—claimed friend Smith's butrtry and
, % . I
friend Glassuiire's harness, ar.d leaving J
their worn and jaded horse with the lat
ter, together with a gold watch as securi
ty, took Dan's horse and left on the track
of their game —if they catch him. We<
"fancy the feelings" of both Smith and
Glassmire, at tiie result of their specula
tions.
FOREFATHERS' DAY, 22d mt., was
celebrated with much spirit in New York
and Brooklyn. Senator Dougiass wa;-in
vited, and accepted the iuvituiiuu, to be >
present.
1 11 •.<!. . " . 11. I ■
Iff ED.— Iu Pleasant Valley. Potter Co. Pa.,
Dec. tub. of croup, MAYETTV DOUCAS, daughter
of George and Laura Weimer, aged 3 years 7
months and 4 days.
The little sufferer, during the few days pre-,
eeeding her death, exhibited the fortitude, pa
tience and resignation of a mature Christian.
Loveliness is the best term to use with jet'er- '
ence to the child ; for she was lovely and
loveable in life and in death.
-"Calm on the b >sotu of thy Gouf
Dear spirit rest thee now ; f
E er while with ours thy footsteps trod,
His seal w.u on thy brow.
Du-!. to its narrow home beneath ;
Soul, to its rest on high :
They that have seen thy look in death.
No more may fear to die. C.
£cndifspci % t tViA'-1 IBYJJH,
Corrected Meekly for the Journal,
BY
SCIKOOM AKER &l JAC KSO\,
Dealers i/i lby (Joodt. t lroeerics, Halt j- Cup*,
Reel* J" Shoes. Crockery, Cork. Flour,
Meat, Motions, Ac.. j"r..
MA IK STREET., COUDEKSPORT, PA.
FLOUR, superfine. Tjp bbl., - $7 50
" extra, " 800
PORK, " " .... 22 00
' SALT. 44 " - - - - 3 .>0
CORN MEAL, "JJJ 100 lbs., - - - 2 30
BUTTER, *F) lb., - - - 18
LARD, " " -
TALLOW, " - 12(^14
■ WOOL, •• " ... - 25^3°
HAMS, 44 U - - - - 12
SHO BLUER*. "$< lb . ... - 10 1
DEER SKIV, *• " - - - 25
MAPLE SUGAR, "ji lb., - 10(jM2
DRIED ARMS, •' " - - - 12
•< Buibel, - - - 2 50
1 WKITK BEANS. V ' - • - - 2 o0
BrCKWHKAT, 30
OATS, " 41 - - .
CORN, " " 87
BYE. O M - - - 62
POTATOES' " " 38
Eoos, Dozen, - 12
HAT, V TON ' " " ' * 7 ® 8 00
BIEK HIDES, green, rt>, 4
" " dry, " - 8
CALF " " " • 14
q " J' gresn, " - T
BY TELEGRAPH.
Important K.4ti*(ts Jews!
Prospect *f the Adoption of Stavicy in
Kansas —Came us of the Fire-Eat' rs —
A Disunion Movement.
[Special Despatch to the Evening Post.]
WASHINGTON, December 21. —Tho.
latest advices fioui Kansas indicate the!
adoption, at the election to-day, of the
slavery proposition with the constitution.
The fire-eaters in secret caucus decided
that if Congress rejects it to initiate a dis
uuiuu movement. II
-i 1 l i 11 1 ■■■ e
Jhfcj Btibntisfmfiib.
J J xx=r-x
N r OTI<'E is hereby given that there will be
an election of Directors and Treasurer of
the MANSFIELD IKON WnliKS. at the Office
of the Company at Mansfield. Tioga county, i
on the Ist Mondar of January next at 2 o clock
P. M. of said day. j! S. IIOAUD. ]
Dec. 17. 1857. Secretary.
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Hard Times /
JUH'iJSCIAJIiri \ —
SMALL PROFITS AND
P. A. ST 1
on hand, with tiie LARGEST!
ILiJu
Tvar Ojftred in Poller, TUKJIL, J!
HAVING BOUGHT 01
JOXi: S , MA X
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DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HATS & CAPS, CROCKERY,
CLOTHS, HARDWARE,
YESTiNGS, SsiIAWLS,
MANTILLAS, HOSIERY,
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STORE IN THE BUILDING RECENTLY ()
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CouDF.itspOTtT, Dec-. I, 1857.-10:25.
nuosPEcms.
DAILY TELEGRAPH FOR THE SESSION.
rilllE Harrl-'hurfj Daily Telegraph is no AT in
n_ the second year of Us exLteuc.e. it was I
started last fall rather as an experiment. and
has succeeded beyond the most sanguis ex- 0
pectutions of its publishers. It has gradually '
won its way to public favor, until it has placed ! '
itself upon a linn and sure ba-;s. and is now 1
one of the permanent " Institutions of the
Capital. It has been specially conducted in <j
all its departments with an eye single to the
public good, and its gradual and steady in
crease of patronage, lias been a gratifying cvi- f
deuce of the public appreciation of the labors £
of the publishers to make it what it is. a relia
ble record of the public events of the day, lo
cal and general. It shall be the effort of the
publishers to cnn'intie it in the spirit in which
t has thus J*' r been conducted, to aYfl to its
general and local interest, and to merit its
•teadilr increas..'"* patronage.
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stature, it is our intentiou f ° rc**ke the •' DAILY 1
TELEGRAPH"' a correct arid RELIABLE exponent of i
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if debates on all important and iutere.-ting
questions, and such editorial comments as the
importance of the subjects, anil their bearing
upon the public interest.- may suggest.
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'ml in politics, the aim of the editors being to
fair and impartial accounts of the doings
of the Representatives of the people, leaving .
their constituents to judge of the action of their 1
public servants for themselves, on the review
uf the proceedings, as they are fairly presented
to them through our columns.
The session will be one of more than ordin- !
ary importance. The derangement ot the cur- ' v
rency. and the peculiar position of the Banks, '
will require. or at least, will excite, much leg
islation, and will, in consideration of its iiu- 1
portant bearing upon the general business i ]
prosperity, be a question of absorbing public j
interest. It shail be our province to present
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rial records of the legislation upon this and ail '
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terested therein cannot fail to be benelited by
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Mi public documents of importance cma-, '
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sire a correct knowledge of the doings of their
representatives during the sessions of the Leg-
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test news of the day. domestic and fnrugn. by
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which this department has ben conducted
heretofore, will be a sufficient fffcarantyto our ,
citizens that their immediate interests w ill not ■
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JIASRtsncRU, December, 1857.
" - - *'■ ' ' ' ' ■ ' * •
INK and stap e articles in the Drug line for
sale by ':■!.) E. K. 8.
SOME CLOTHING of Chener's MAAUFA' tari
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It 2 I>. W. S., Aqjp.
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. L. DERBY. Actuary C. A. A.,
10:22-6t. 543 Broadtcay , Xeuo Yorlc.
Sfsk-G. B. OVERTON, Honorary Secretary, |
' Condcrsport, Pa. I
cArnu: incouplf.TH?
A Connubial, Con trovers in 1 Chant—Comically
Conceived and Charmingly Carolled,
J UST r VBUS II EDI
UrsHAM) TB. WIFE:
A QI'ALNT. QUIZZICAL
Jl II 1 II E O F IOCI F.T I',
Which will come home to every family man
pallor he has pnitl sixty cents for it.)
fTHJE MATRIMONIAL RELATIONS are sa-
J_ tiricaHv Lienti d in this poem. with a hu
uior and felicity of manner equalling the best
effort* of a number of Gkeat Authors, By
Matrimonial Relations tbe puolic must not un
dersuuut the wife's country cousins, bat those
m\>te.ioua bonds which arc composed of wed
ding rings an l bracelets, and eliispod with a
tilt at Stewart's.
It will bo rem irked by a Discerning Public,
that the title of this volume. •* ilusband tortus
Wile, jossesse> a double value—
IT CAN BE HEAL 1 EITHER WAV!!!
As, '• liusbaii i ir/'fiw Wife," or '• Wife verm t
Husband," a thing that has been neinr before
attempted in Literature
This Poem (which is written by an author
TNtvj:t:aAf.tY kvowx to his publishers) touches
up .n ALL THE TOPICS OF MODERN SOCI
ETY.
SWIFT
was. as is universally acknowledged, a hum
orist of the first class; but " the race is n >r
always to the Swift, as is prooven by his be
ing outstripped in his own line by ble.-a
us ! we bad nearly betrayed (he author's nam •,
for the concealment of which we are
UNDER BONDS OF $50,00;),
until we shall have sold Fifty Editions, after
which he will have no objection to receive
proposals from Country Exhibitor, relative to
the admission of a delighted public to a sight
of him. at so much a head.
llusnaxn vs Win: —humorous, satirical, pa
thetic. and purchasable—is
s'lcndiiVy Illustrated with -
t/onf Drawings by Jloyyin,
Some of the rut* being thrust* at the prevailing
follies of the the day.
HUSBAND c.i. Wife is remarkable for being
AMBIDEXTROUS,
that is. it takes both sides of the question, so
that Husbands perceive the satire on Wives ,
and Wives on Husbands, which in itself is a
triumph of skill.
As a work of art, this is by far the most ele
gant little hook of the kind ever published
this side of the Atlantic. Being printed in
colors, in the old-fashioned Illuminated Missal
style, upon extra tinted plate paper, and pro
fusely embellished with Hoppin's most charm
ing designs, it cannot fail of having an envia
ble notoriety.
Price <>6 Cents, elegantly bound in
' cloth. Sold by all Booksellers in the United
States. Copies of this book will be sent by
m iil, postage paid, to any part of the United
j States, on receipt of the price—GO cents—in
post ige stamps. RUDD & CARLETON,
Publishers and Booksellers, 310 Broadway,
| New York. 10:26-4tt.*
A HOMESTEAD FOR $lO !
9'23 Farms for Sale in the Valley
ol'Virginia at £lO lvucli.
riXHESE Farms are situated in Botetourt
! JL county, Western Virginia, in one of tho
healthiest regions in the world, as has been dem
l onstrated by recent statistics. The northern
! portion of the tract lies within five mites of
Kanawha and James River Canal, the south
ern portion within eight miles of the Virginia
and Tennessee railroad. The maiu road from
Fineastle to Sweet Springs runs through the
centre of it. These farms will be sold by
subscription. The tract will be divided into
' H'Xl shares, ranging as follows :
] Farm of 200 Ac's, contain'g iron A lead,
2 F.'rms" 100 M each, ,l M
4 <• 44 50 " "
g ' 44 NO " 44
10 ?0 " "
2o it i. Jo 44 ? 4
3o 44 " 8 4( "
fc.j 44 44 5 " "
100 " " 4 41 44
j 200 " " 3 " "
. u ii 2 " 41
These shares will be sold at $lO each, and
a numbered certificate to any one making apjdi
i cation. One-half of the purchase money will
be required before the division when the aum
i bored certificate wil be given—tbe other half
before tbe delivery of tbe deed, after the di
j vision. Thus it will be perceived that each
subscriber or purchaser is sure of getting a
two-acre lot at a very trilling price, whilst at
i tho same time lie lias a chance of getting a
valuable farm. The division to take place on
the first day of March. 185r>. unless the share
should all be disposed of before said time.—
Due notice will be given when and where the
: division will bo made, so that those who de
sire ran be present.
These lands are surrounded by some of the
most famous mineral springs in the State, and
are in tue midst of a deeply picturesque and
magnificent country. The title is good, bar
• ing lately been conveyed by the S ale Jo the
present proprietor. borne portions of the
tract are well timbered, and other portions
contain iron, lead and coal. It possesses ic
strong and good soil, like most lands in t'n*
Valley. The two-acre lots are all in ono body
in a eeutral and elligible portion of the tract.
These lauds are sold at a price below tlialr
actual cost, in order to induce settlement. For
certificates, circulars Ac., apply to
J. D. LANG EWER,
Wanted. Bethlehem, Pa.
Also for o!e. in Western Virginia. Farms
partly intproced at from sl2 to $35 per acre,
according to location and improvements.
10:24~3t.
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f |^I IE subscriber keeps cosntautTy on hand
JL ready made, all articles commonly used,
in his line of business, by the people, such as
, Plows, Coulters, Sleigh-Shoes, Clevises of all
kinds. Picks. Grub-Hoes, Drag-Teeth, Wedges,
Grab-Hooks Neck-Yokes. Whipple trees, Ilur
: rows. Ac., Also Ilorse and Ox-Shoes by tbe
quantity, so that any person who may wish:
, their horse or cattle shod, need have no delay.
Any article in my iiue made to order ou short
; notice.
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C. L. DERBY. Actuary C A. A..
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