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ItielnEwr.=-,The - pastor of
ih.. !7 , l,l,ll_ , ,regatienal - znnrell ;01 - N - ew
I:oll.lllffillicates the following in
x411144-:.;.a etiiltra aunei lin .that place :
-3•Theliftlo . one all beautifully. robed :for
; lie -Vri.l:3;l?, WaB7 bill fn its &Ern on the
of': its burial, The weeping
Pieo e q.:,:tlaee,d in its little - hand a small
,-, f2overs, r 'amcfng: which NV:IF nu en
et' the of ::-.'harent. The
)1,1 1 cilS: tilt:ft:Maeol Ull4lll the co:lin, and- ttie
Mineral performed. When miter. the
- lap: , of not niore than two or three_bottri, the
,Collin was ttlemed again, and the friends gath
tr:-.l:JrciondAO look -upon it for the la .:t that,
that bud 4,,d become, a fall Olcarsa rove, while
gtnatecei in the cold hand of death. It seemed
as thoogh a voice came op from those beau
-B,,:tied lips, F:tying, "Weel) !ILI for tae;
hr..ken from the parent stem. I am
dooming in the. Pararlise of C.l od.• -
jalltut seals compose the family above."
Pexclt_zaF: that Ftarey; the horse-tamer, 14
ilq . go . phep of the Stable , •
HO R 1) ASSOCiATiON,
' Tiv.titutioq, t'tablislvd by ,:pcei,ll
encluitwten.l. for the rdilf elf the. sick and dis
tressed, adlictce frith_ Virnlt4t aNd
TIESICAVARD ASSOCIATION, in view o
the aWAII destruction of hummilifc,,
pi by Sexual dkeases,sevaralyears ago direct
pd their llow•itilting Surgeon, to open a lli.pen
sar:. for the treatment of this class of disenees,t
in .‘ll their forms ; and to give IktEDIV.A.IAD
1 / I C-E GRATizi, to all who apply by letter,:
With a descripth:n of their condition, (age,l
occupation, habits of life, kc..) and in cases;
o e-xzreme.porerty, to FURNizill
FREE OF CHARGE.
The Direeters of the .A.: , 3sociat'oil, in their ;
j.lte Ithpor c;:iprers the hi , .;iiest
fa.:t'oit with the sucresd ivhich has iittentled
labofs of their Surgeons in the cure 01'
;.3pv:nnawrrita, Setninal Wea (1)M0T1 . 4
Crheet, Syphilis, the vice of thifttlisrn or
S,:f-Abuse, Disease of the and filad
;ter. k.c-, and order a continuaueeV the salne.
plan for the ensuing year.
An admirable Report on Sperniatorrhcea, or
cmival Weakness, the vice of Ouanism, Alas
jurbation or Self-Abuse, end other Diseases
of the Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Sur
geon, will he sent by mail, (in a sealed envel
ope,) FRU OF CHARGE, uu receipt of TWO
STAMPS fur postage.
. Address, for Report or treatment,. Dr.
1. S~ILLIS rfouGHros, Acting Surgeon,
Ilo.rard Associ,t Eon, No. '2 South Ninth Street,
l'ifiladaithia, Pa. 1:11:24-1y.
BY VIRTUE of Sundry writs of Venditigni
Eipolll3 Fieri Faci43 issued out of
the Court of Common Pleas of Potter Co., Pa..
and to me directed, I shall expose to public
sale or oaten-, at the Court House in the Bor
pugh of Coudersport, on Monday the 21st der
of February, 15h9, at 10 o'clock, A.. M., the'
following described real estate, to wit :
Certain real estate situate in Wharton Town
ship. Potter Co., Pa., Beginning at a post in I
the north-east corner of a lot contracted to
;Imes Ayres, thence north one hundred. and
fifty-seven rods to a post, thence-cast twenty
nine rods to a post, thence ;earth to the west
bank of the Sinnetualioning Creek, thence
along the west bank of said Creek by the sev
eral courses thereof to warrant line, thence
jiAong'the said warrant line west five hundred
and twentv-five rods to a post, thence south
three hundred and thirteen rods to a punt,
thence east five hundred and twenty-five rods
to the place of beginning, containing six b un
dred and twenty-nine acres, be the same more
or lesS, and being part of warrant No. 4927, the .
same being unimproved.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of If. W. Mar.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in
iia townsl4 Potter Co., Pa., bounded ou the
by lands of the Bingham Estate, East ni!
Ft: Spofford, South by the lands of Joh;1;
Crittenden & C. W. Ellis, we.it by lands ofJohn
Crittenden C S. Roes, containing, one lr:ndred
pelts, of which twenty-five acres are imt;rove.d,
onwhich are erected one frame'dweiling house,
pne frame barn, and other out-buildings, and
with some fruit trees thereon.—ALSO—One
,Other lot, situate in Eulalia township, and
bounded North by the lands of E. Starkweath
er & L. D. Spofford, East by the highway,
South by lands of L. D. SpaGrd, and \Vest by
lands of L. D. S.-afford, containing seventy
acres. of which fifty acres are improved.
Seized, taken in execution, and to ho sold as
the property of Nathan Woodcock.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in the
Borough of Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa., lots
Nos. 132 & 133 on Square No. 12, bounded
North by Fourth street, East by Main street,
South by lots .or J. S. Mann, West by lots of
la. B. Cole, oa which are erected one frame
Swelling house, and oneframe barn.—ALSO—
Certain real estate in Allegany township, in
said county, bounded on the North by lots Nos.
74 & 55, on the East by unseated lauds of the
Fox Estate, on the South by lot No. 67 & Bing
ham lands, and on the West by lots Nos. 54,
83 & US, containing two hundred and seventy
four acres and eight-tenths of an acre, being
lot No. 58 of the allotment of Eing.hain latids
Allegany township; of which $0 acres are
improved and 40 acres chopped, on which are,
Prectcd one frame house, ono frame barn) one
log house, and with some fruit trees thereon.
• Seized, taken in execution, andto be sold as
the property of W. T. Johes.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Roulet
township. Potter Co., Pa., 'Beginning -at the
North-east corner. of warrant No. 5815, thence
West two hundred and thirty-two rods to a
post corner; thence South two hundred and,
fifty-rods to a corner, thence East one hundred
and fifty-six- rods to a corner, thence South
two hundred rods to a corner, thence West
pae hundred and sixty rods to a corner, thence
South two hundred and eleven rods to a cor
ner, thence East two hundred and thirty-two
rods'te, the east line of said warrant, thence
North siz hundred and sixty-one reds to the
place of' beginning, containing seven hundred
and Of,- acres be the same more or less, and
bring part of warrant No. five thousand eight
hundred and, seventy-five; the same being 91-
Seized. taked in execution, and to be sold as
the property of John. 0. Backus.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Shar
on town:hip, Potter Co., Pa.. hounded as fol
lows ; On the North bylands of Luther Canfield
pn the East by the highway, on the South by
lands of Ira Canfield, and on the West by lands '
of Potter Benson, containing twenty-four acres.'
pf which ten acres are improved, seventeen
acres chopped, and on which are erected one
frame house, one frame barn, and with some
Seized, takan in execution, and to beisold as
the property of L. A. Ballard k Charles Can-
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Hariia-
4117tOWnShip", Potter Co . PA.; .fiounikid ' 61i 'the
North & East tiy lands of Le:,,-is tannin;; South
by gic hiahway, and West li s t Itowlaud,Fartt
lram, I_ containing one acre pitted; Fill improv-
I ed. on which there:are one frame .house, - , one
• : ~.
frama!barn, and..iame friiit...trees:•„• I.'
; Seized, taken in; execution, and to be sold as
I the proilertv of.littarY .09uimitigs. --
--; - A.Li t S(l--l.'!ertaiM Foal estato sitttale7 ill ;the
j i3orough oreouderznortiPot-ter co., Pa., known
on the Torn plot thereof as parts of lots .Nos.
203,...(:, 228 on Square .!..ii. 1 2:1, Eiginning at the
i:Corti' -west t:orner oC a lot formerly occupied
, h.; 1.:. li..Qole; thebce North tire deg. Ett'st two
IpOel es. tO• a post, thence South oiglity-five
log, 1.3a - ,-.lt, IT Fourth street Iti perches to - a
1 Post,iitbeing the - Nortli-east corner of SqUare
'No. 22. thence 'tiprtli. eighty-hve ,deg,'. West,
said let formerly ownedby said Cole, kti perch
-les toiths placid ofboginning„ with one frame
:lioits, one. frame b Arm other out houses, and
. OMO fruit trees'thereon.—ALSO—Aunther
1 idt situate on the North side ofd the l'hitlie-
Siymire fromiuz. on the Square 46i feet, and 11X
l',teniiiiii..,,, back to an-alley and bounded on the
11:lestlby lot now c.iitctipied by D. W - . Spender,,
lion the South by :the Public : Square, on the
I.\ - est by lot; now occupied by 4. 11. Butter
! worth, on which there is one frame building,
ocuttpied as a store. .. ..
Seized, tali:min exeoution, and to be sold as
09 property of t. F. Maynard.
p3 4 :3o—Certain real estate situate in Whar
toni lownshii), Putter Co., ['a., commencing on
1 the hank of the :Siunemahoning Creelilsix rud:
hhoi-e the stiw-mill Iluilt by the CO•ds, thence
Caul aliout .foar or fire rod,:"to the gut, thence
South-,east arkrig the gat far enough to males
an sere , thence Wes.terl'y to the bank of saidl
l c Creot, thence np the Creek to the place of be
ii , innine% cont;Linlri , ; one acre, all improved, on
it which 41r1 . orected one water saw-mill and one.
i fraz4e, hon,:v. ; - :
ized, kon in execntion,and to bo Sold as
the •itr.,Dpertfor J•natthau Card s Levi B. (lath
G,earge P. W. Catd.
..-o;'jo—Certain real estate situate in „the
! of Cond.i.rsport. Patter Co., Pa ,117,:
lots No. 132 k I:, , touS.inareNo.l2, bounded On
tdue Nur th by Po:.lh 'street List by Main street,
t South hy lots ofJ.- S. Mann. West by lots of
Ih. B. Chic, on which are er,•cted one frame
house an 1 one, frame barn.-ALSO—Certain
real estate situate in the llorough'of Couders
port to wit: Siiictre \o. 20 containing ono
acre ;lad 6x.tenths of dere. on which are one
[lronic honie. and some fruit- t , cos.—ALSO—
,hits NO3. 121. g 127 on Square No. 11, on which
are two • , :torY , frams store-houses, and one
frame I am,
Lei ed, taken in execution. and to be sold as
the pr,,perty IV:Warn T. ,tones, A. P. Jones,
Geo. W, liradl,o t A. S. Lawton.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Alle
gany toWnAhip, Potter Co., Pa., bounded and
idescrihed as foliinci : Beginning at the North
pant corner, of said tract of lam.: at post, and
!running South I.;°, West 25 chaits and 32
links, to a hemlock post ;. thence North BSe,
West 71 ehains and 40 links; to la pine post;
(hence/South 2°, West 2 chain and 2a links,
to the center id' the Osivayo Road: thence
Nortli'7ll° West.. in the center of said road, 8
and 50 links, to an angle in said road :
thence Nokh 69°, West 17 chains and 50 links,
in said road ,• 1 thence North 4,7/°,
\v e ., , 10 chains and 10 links, in the center of
the•road, to the South-east corner of the L . -
I . inan tract Ofland ; thence North East, on
I tho line of Lyman and ; Johnson's lands, 13
lel:el:is and 5o links, to a hemlock post; thence
SontitS P East, on the Old hot-line, 40
to tile platk - of be,giuning ; containing ninety
two acres. of which 20 • acres are improved.
and on which are erected one log hone and
one 'frame barn, and With some fruit trees
taken in execution, and to, be sold
as the property of S. M: , Seranton_.
ALSO following deseribei lot-of laud
to wit: Situated in Genesee township, Potter
Co., Pa., hounded as follows; on the North by
lot No. :;o: on the East by, lots Nos. 31 A: 25,
on the South by lots Nos. '2 i & 3. on the
West by lot No. 26 and lands of the Iting,hain
Estate ; epntaining eighty.tive and five-tsr i ths
acres and. an allowance of six per cent. for
roads. &e., being rot No. 29 of the allotment
of lands in Genesee township. sixteen acres of
which are improved, and on which arc erected
one frame house, one log house and one frame
Seized,: taksn in execution. and to be dad
as the proerty of Willfanf T. Jones and A.
ALSO—The followin7, described real estate
situate in Allegany township. Potter Co., Pa.;
=Bounded .on the North by lots Nos. 54 k, 55;
East: by unseated lands of the Fox Estate; on
the South by lot No. 07 and Hingham Estate,
on the West by lots No 3. 51 2 (33 :e 0.5; -contain
it-1;j. two hundred and' eventy-four acres and
eight-tenth;, behig No. 58 of the allotment of
Bingham Lauds in .Allegany township, of
Which eighty acres are improved and forty
acres chopped, on which are erected one frame
'house, one frame barn and one log house, and
fruit trees' thereon-. !
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of Wdliam T. Jones.
-ALSO—The following 'described real estate
in Harrison township] Potter Co_ Pa.: Bound
ed on the North by State Line, on the East
17v lot No. 123. on tne South by lands of John
White, on the West by lot No. 3 ; contain.
iutg ninety-sir, and nine-tenths acres and al
fowancc of six per cent. for roads ke., being
lot No. t 3 of the aliottnent of lands in Harrison
township, of intich sixty acres are , improved,
on which, are erected one log house and one
frame barn, and an apple orchard thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and t 6 be sold
as the property of William T. Jones and A..r.
Jones. TAQOART, S'herktr.
•IU) Y VIRTUE of a Writ of &lianas, is,
sued out of the pouit of Commoli Pleas of
Potter Co., Pa., and Ito me directed, I shall
expose to public sale or outcry, at the Court
House in the Borough ,f Coudersport, on
Monday, the 21st day of February, '1859, at
10 o'clock, A. IL, the.fullowing described real
estate, to wit :
Certain real estate situate in Allegany. town
ship, Potter Co. Pa.!, bounded on the North
by lots No.i. 3 & 4 of lands in Allegany town
ship, on the East byf lot No. 7, on the South
by lots Nos. 17, 22 dr. 115, and on .the West by
lands of S. P. Lymtin ; Ordaining one bun
dred.and fifty-two g r ad one-tenth acres, and
allowance of six per cent. for road &c., being
lots Nos. 5 & 6.0 f the lands of the estate of S.
M. Pox. in Alleganyltownship, of whichlhirty
acres are improved,' on which is one lag house
and some fruit trees.—ALSO—Certain real
estate situate in Wharton toWnship, Potter,
Co.,'Pa.. beginninglat a hemlock on the bank
of the Sinnemalioni,ng Creek in the West line
of Barclay &Brainard's, thence North 69r,
West. ;down the said creek, 104 perches;
thence North 64 perebesl thence. East 97.4
perches to West line of lands of lihrcla)
Brainardi -thence South, by, said line,, 100.4
perches to the place of begitining; containing
fifty 'acres, of whiCh forty are improved, on
which are erected One tavern house, one old
frauie dwelling, ohe store-house one frame
barn, and with some fruit trees 'thereon.
Seized, taken inlexecution,land to be sold
as' he property of Wm. T. Jones.
A. C. TAGGART, Sh eriff.
-Coudersport, Jirh..3l, 1109,
• • •.-
TH E F Vi,NAYS.
On the Ist cltry.4 - ,1" dttnutiril, 1859
Ainotint of Con3missione.va'... •
- Oder' outAudiug-, 534915:92,'
Bonds-payable to Wm. Bell, . '
due in 1854. 1,000 00
( • "ts , ttlJ. von ),
due N1854' 92818
. " to 41i `Kees,
• due in 1854,
" to Wm. 8011,
Aim' in 1855, • 'l,ooo'oo
to J. P. Cowan, •
• due in '.855, 1,00000
to Wm. Bell,
due in 1855, 1,000 00
" to 11. H. Dent,
due s in 1857, 1,000 00
4 • 4 . 4 to J. F. Cowan,
due in 1857, 1,000 00
t to Win. Bell,
fife in 1857,
" Wm. V. iceating,
due in 1857. 1,100 00
Interest due on the above
By amount of outstanding
tax s Ott unseated lauds
for the' year 1858, $3439 38 ; • -
Balauee due from collectors
for 1858, '2025 50
".„ • " -from collectors
for previous yours 751 32
" " on Judgments, 761150]
" " nn Notes, 114 03'
Liabilll.kes over asiest, e 973 46`
IY', the. Commissioners of Potter COun
ty du certify that the foregoing statement
of the Funds of said County is correct and
true as appears frOtu the books and docu
ments in this of
S. S. RASCO, 1•
JEM BIN CiIEESBRO, Copers.
Attest: L. 11. KINNEY.
L. it. COLE, C/crk.
Conatsioners' Orrice, Jan. 13,'1653.
Statement of the
RECEII I 7'S & EXPENDITURES
of Potter County,
For the fear ending 'MT, 01 ,1858
R EC 1,7 p rs.
Amount received for taxes .
°nauseated land , for
. • tite.ye's 1836 1837, $5,540 34
" received for takes on
seated lands return
ed as unseated, 106 40
" received for taxes on
unseated lands for
the year 18513, A 612
received for taxes On
• seated lands and per.
sonal property for
the year 187.8, 1,602 7il
" • received for taxes on
seated lands and per
gonal property for
prev:ous years, • 968 86
" received on Notes, 42 75
recognizances s , 143 62
" received from
dentals. 6 15
Amount paid paid County Com
missioners' for services
for th p•c:ir 1858, . .522 65
Paid County . Commission
ers for Rerilces for 1857. 70 90
Paid for Ch•rk hire for 1858, 287 OS
Paid Clerk far extra. serv's, 10 00
For- qualification fees, 44 22
For Hection expenses, 843 23
Pot p obi i c ---376 - 32 •
For distributing duplicates, 37 50 •
For coitus - el fe.?s, 50 00
Repairs of pultlic huililing?, 38 09
Jail expenses,. ' .•20 12 ,
Paid state Treasurer nn ac
- count of okxonerations of -
State Taxes, i - • - 108 88 -7
Paid fur sidewalks, 138 91
For damage' assessed by '
"road viewer=, ' 7 50 •
For viewing aid laying out - : 7 - .
roads, . - , - 4165/
Foi Prothonotor's fees,
.14/ 67 I.
For stmionary, 92 26
For a.Miropriation to the •
Academy, • 300 00
For Assessors' wages, ' • . 520 80
For Coroner's interests, , .17 50
For Wild Cat bounty,. 27 00
.For Clerk . of the court of
Quarter Sessions, 49 44
For Auditors' wages, 38 00
Fur interests on Keatingbonis, 66 00
Air boarding prisoners, 33'6$
Far Constable returns, 116 59
For Cutunionwealth costs. 545 37
For rnud Jurors. . 382 16'
For Trax:ersJurors, 675 21
For Fuel, B5 44
Fir Justices returns, 10 02
For Constables atteudanee on .
Court; ' 10`50
For Town'sliip views, .' 5 00
for COurt crier, 42 00
E'er incideptal menses," - 38-73
Fir money -pxpezided;
Fcir Wolf bounty,
Fiir Sheriff fees, . 63 75
For care c,f Town Clock for 2
years, 57 57
For, Recorder's 'fees, • 150 '
Balance of Receipts over Er
peaditurci. 2,096 38 ,
We the Commissioners'- of Potter Coun
ty do certify that the foregoing 'exhibits
a true. statement of the receipts and ex
penditures of said County,. for the 'year
ending Dec. 31st, 1858, as taken from the
originals of the same remitting in our
Office. , .
WITNESS our handS at the Commission
Office in Coudersport ,_ thel3ch Clay
of January 1859.
S. S. MASCO.
JEROME CHEESBRO, Cont'm
Attest: ' L. H. KINNEY: •
L. IL COLE, Clerk.
ARDIVARE, Iron •and7Nails, Glass, Sash
1.31. and Putty, Paints and Oils, Aleohil,
Camphene and Burning Plaid, at
39 .CLARK & PHILLIPS.
OIiARGII FOR SIJOWING THE
Goode just received at OLMSTEWS.
... __OA ITT I ON .
- .Merchant/ and Traders' will .be on their guard and not
Tie'impiled upon by a Counterteit Of Mersa's Indian Ilr.
Pills, signed A. B. M00re.... All teiluine Indian Root Pill
'have the name and signatr.ii , of .2. J. IWittia ca Co., on
each boa. ,
500 00 •
' ea ordors.and letters relating to said Pill's
mustbe !addressed to B.' take iTudsoit No. : 56
Street;- N e w rralk, sole proprietor'of
Dr. MorSe's 'lndian Boot Pills:
Abovn we present 3, - ott Meness of
DR. MOR.. - .7:P. 7 ---the invent Or.
WAN ROOT PILLS. Thisphlanthropist has
spent elle gicater -part of his We.in traveling,
having visite:ll Europe, Asisr, and Africa, a,
well as 'North Amcrict—has Spentlliree
among the Indians of our Western countrv=
it was in thisway that the Indian kept
were first discovered. Dr. Morse N4 ' 11,1 the first
man to roahli,b the flirt that altdisease§a rise
from DIPURITV (IF P.LOQD—that our
strength, health and life depended upon this
When tha-vario6 passages Veome clogged,
and do not act in perti , etlittrniony with the
dillerest functions orthe body,' the blood loses
its action. becomes thick, corrupted and dis
eased; thus causing all pains, sickness and
distress of every natne strength is es
. hi:Lusted...our health we afe deprived of, and if
nature is not assisted in throwing off . the stag
nant bunions, the blood will become choked
and cease to act, and thus our light of life will
forever be blown out,' How dmportant then
that: - ,we should keep the various passages of
the body free and open. And how pleasant
to us that we have it, in our power tit put' a
meilicioe in four reach, usinely, Morse's In
dian Ii tot fibs, inanuf,..ctnyed from plants
tint roots which grow - around the mountain
ous cliffs in Niiture's garden, for the licalth and
recovery of di,tzt:ed man. Ohio of the roots
from which these Pills are made is a l-'.llclorilie,
which opens the pare:: of the skin, and tw,ists
Nature in throwing out the Finer parts of the
corruption within. The second is a plant
which is an Expectorant, that opens and un
clogs the passage I' the lungs, and thus, in a
soothing manner, performs its duty by throw- .
-iog ow phlegm ; and other 'humors from the
lungs by icopioint spitting. The third is a Di
uretic', which gift's ease and double strength
to the kidneys ; tiles encouragCd, they- di-aw
large amounts of impurity from - the blond,
which is out bountifully by the
urinary nr watt: passage, and which could
not have been discharged hi any other way.
The fourth is a Cathartic, and accompanies
the other properties of the Pills while engaged
in purifyin2 lue bloat ; the - coarser particles
of impurity which eautiot pass by the (lib er
outlets, are t'.:na t.then up and conveyed oil in
great quantities by the bowels.
From the alma e, it is shown that Dr. Morse's
Indian. Root Pills not or ty enter the stomach,
but become united with the Wood, for they
find war to every part. and completely rout out
and cleanse the tern from all imp..rity, arid
thelife of the holly, v:hielt is the biJol, he
eoms pc-CPetly ; vonseven::y nit
sickness and pain is driven from !ne - sy , tein.
for they (".111n4a 1't•941://i a hen the body become:
fhe rt`.lSuil trite people are so distresscd .
when sick, and iv su Many die, is because
they do net get a medicine' which will pas,
to the afflicted parts, and Which will open the
natural pass:lire.: for the dineise to he east out ;
Itence,.e. large quantity of fowl and, other mat
ter is lodged, and Chd stomach' and intestines
are literally overflowing: with the corrupted
inais ; ail us nadergoing siigreeohltf fermen
tation, constantly taking a ith the.hlood,whieh
throw corrupted matter through every v e i n
and artery, until life iv taken trioa the . body
by disease. Dr..Morso's PILLS' have added to
themsel yea ViCltiry upon victory, by restOring
millions of the to, bloomiw l • health and
happiness. Yes, llniusands who have been
racked or tormented with sickness. pain and
anguish, aud'whoe feeble frames have beeo
scorelied be the ha ming elements of raging
dyer, and who have been brought. ;is it were,
within a step of the silent grave, n'oW Stand
ready to testify that tiley would have been
ntunbered with the dead. 11:tolt it not been far
this great and wonderful medicine, Mors, , 's
Indian boot Pills. After one or two doses had
been taken, they were: astonished, and nits , ..
lately surprised, in witnessing their charming
etrects. Not only do they give immediate ease
and Strength, and tike away all sieicness,
pain and anguiA. but they at once go to
work at the foundation of the di sea
which is the blot d. Therefore, it will be
shown, especially by those who use these Pills,
that they will so Cleanse and purify, thi.t dis
ease—that deadly enemy-L s will take its flight,
and the,tlush of youth. and beauty will again
return, and the prospect of a long and happy
life Will cherish and brie:lgen your dayi.
Sold by SMITII J‘.)NESS, Coudersport; also
by alViedielne Dealers in the connty. B,
LAKE JUDSON. successor to A. J. Wliite
C0...501e ProprietorNo.'so Leonard St., New
York ; WM. MUDGE & CO.; proprietor. , of Dr.
A. Tfe:sk's Magnetic Ointment,)
Madison (Jo., N. Y., General Agents..
griLARK PHILLIPS render their thanks
V._.) to all the good people of this Common
wealth for their most liheral patronage, end
they do tender their eprcial thanks to their
competitors and shy others, for theiCgentle
barking for all time, concocted falsehood for
all time, envy and jealousy ;• for,no dottbt it
was meant for evil, but has proved our gold.
ISo go ahead. The more the bettor.
50 00 - -20 CL M. 3 PHILLIPS.-
LOUR, PORK and Beaus, 'Horse Feed,
Corn Meal. Oats. Shorts en'ougli to sup
ply a suaaal nation, at the Old
CLARK & I'7IILLIPS.
F ANY4IOI - IV,jucluding maids And matrons,
old or young, plain or pretty, wish to buy
or sell anything, ue.gice itas our candid ovin,
'ion, they had better come to that same Old
Reg,tilatoi, kept in full blast by
-•20 CLARK PHILLIPS.
EAV 1 . CORN-FED HOGS, from
mak; and Livingston Countaes,.are, being
parked; and will be until January: 1850; by
20 r CLARK, & PHILLIPS.
• Regisrefs Notice. -
VoTick is hereby given that the following
Account have ;been passed and filed iu
ttie Register's Office in Potter County, and that
the same will- be presented to the Orphani'
Court or said county, for confirmation-nod al.
lowance, on TUESDAY, the 12nd clay of Feb
ruary ne,t, at the Court lipase in the Boro' of
Coudersport, viz -; •
- Acco,lint of Lydia-M. Smith, admiuistratrix
of-the estate of Schtiyler M. Smith,. jute of
Sharon Township deceased.
A. H. BUTTERWDRTII, I?egialer.
Coudersport, Jan. 13,
frANO9; . `IMODEONSIC:III#OI
• 41M U.. 511. SYOTEMADQPTED:' ,
Prides Ci-rbdtlr - ileauded,
. • - -33:3 .I.bliadl4l%;
AidENT FOR, THE BEST BOSTON N. T.
•,liii.slripaut.cpills,;j • 7
PrITE Largest ASsortment. of Pianos, Maio
domes,- guskal Instruments, anti Musical
•Mei'cluitidise of .all kind.l, , in the _United States.
Plinos from. Ten different Mannfactorkes, con:-
pring those of everyixttriety of style, from
the plain, neat and. sulistantial;t3 octaves, in
to Walnut orl osesctiod Cases, from 51.50, to $2OO,
' troltoie•Orthe mosf elertit.' finish 4A° One
Thousand Dollars:. 'No 'house in • the Union
can compete Svith.tlie:abova in thC',number,
variety, celebrity.of its instruments, • uor
in the .t.renifily loiv t -prieesnt which.they are
sold. • . • , •
. PORAGEIVATERS' MODERN IMPROVED
PIANOS,-with or..Without•lrou Framies, pos
sessing in their improvements of over-strings
and action,. leit;th of scale and- compass of
tone-equitl t.o the Grand Pinno, united with
the' beauty and durability of structure of the
Square Piano. They are - justly pronounced by
the Presg and by the iiist Musical Masters,, to
l i e equal to -those ttf any, other manufacturer
They are built of the blot and mosttliorough
lc seasoned material, and guaranteed to stand
Ihe-action of every Each-Instrument
I uaranteed to - give satifaetion, or : .purchase
HORACE' WATERS' MELODEONS.—Sm
palm. Instrumentsin touch and durability of
toake. ITuned the; equal' temperament.). Me
haleons.,iof all oilier styles and makes. Price
n , '• ls , $O, .575, $l.OO, $125, $ q—doubh
Reeds and two hanks of Keys, 5200—less a
liberal discount. Clergymen and ChurcheS,
'an extra discount.
MARTINGIHT.I.IIS, • .
EL U . TES, „
and Musical Instri;ments rif all kinds. at lower
•prici.s than ever b.ifore offered to the public
A large discount to' Teachers and fichools.
The trade sopplied on the most liberal terms.
:iF;(70N11)--IIANI) I4ANOS, 'itt great bar
traias. 6°llst:tatty - in sture,—price from $l.lO to
MUSIC,..-tine of. the largest and best se
leeted of Music, now publi,,hed,
cumpriSing - ninny .of the choice and mist pop
alar airs of the day, and will be sold at oho=
third off from the regular pric6s.
Music sent by mail to all parts of the coun
try, Particular, and 'perwfuni atten
tion paid to all orders reeeived!b;:lintil. Sat
isiaction guaranteed in every iioance. Piano:-
and Melodeons TOr relut and rent allowed on
minchase. Pianos rind Melndif'ons fur sale, on
monthly payments. l'ieoond-I;Ftn , ,l, Pianos tit.
ken in eNehange for . General and select
CamloguLs and - Selfudnle of pr.i:ses forwarded
to all part] of the country by m mil:
tit , .?"Urrat inducements offeticd to AC:ENTS
in :CA parts of the country, to tell the' t Oorace
SVaters' Pia;kos, Melodeons, and Catalogue of
.. , kclininistra.tor' Sale.
1 rtil Y .A. 1.117.4 /MTV of tt dec'ree, of the Or
( 4,..) 1 ,10.,:' Coivt of Potter County, wadi.
llllGebity . 1)111, 1t.52, we still t - ilOos , it to public
i-ais, it the Court House' in Ctudersport. at
lone o'clock i'. 1 L on Tuxsn.ix, the !zv.,;ND
DAY OF 1:7:IIICCA111 - NENT; the ftjlitiving
i il.:seril.iid real esmte, late the proparty of Ga
briel Earned, din:cased, to wit i
,I. Co..tti.ttedin Sharon Muesli ip, Potter t..
and boo ndt.d i th d tinseritteil 11,1 1 1 . 011.,w;; : Beittg
a lot sold by the Oswayo Lumbering Ae,nicia
tion to Gabriel Barnes and IStiae F. Barnes.
Atig: 5, lBs2,—beginninz at a pine stump
1 (7°1.114, being the south-west 'corner of a lot
Nurveccil to Gwyn hock, now lands of Joseph
Ndtninand It. L. - Nichol.;; timece by the line
of saitt iot Swill:. tP.°, East eighty perches. to
la post corner: thence Smith Ai', West eight
em. 'l , -elles. ti l a post corned: thence South
1 74', Vezt thir tok -F••ven 1 . relie s , to a post cor
ncr on the :south bank ..f the rUswayo Creek:
then& along tile South bank of said creek
iSciutil 70, F..as.t thirty-out. perches. to e post
l corner ; thencii - ztiouth IGT, hAst sixteen per-
Ichel. to e post corner; thence South (leaving
iiiliti er."(k) chives:l perches 6 it post corner
in the line of a hot surveyed for Archibald
i Stoat ; thence, by the lira' Of said lot and
1 rt,oi,:ora Slush's lot, 11 - ,,t, eieety-sil perches,
I t o it pi at corn , V; thence North ii',nety perches.
i to a corner in th,e road, net r the South batik
I ot . the 0-wa co Creek; thence North Btiil', East
. twenty-seven perches and seven-tenths, to a
post corner in the Eleven Milo tiriad ; thence
Swill 27°. East seven perches. to the place of
beginning ; - emit:imp ing 48-4itore.i, strict meas . -
lire, on which sre erected two frame d welling
homtes,'one, water saw-mill . and • mill-dam—
:Wont four itiireti' improved.—ALSO—A lot of
land :sold by Mann .e Nichols 'to Gabriel and
Isalac P. Barnes, June Ist, 1853, bounded as
follows : Beginning at a post corner (being
the South-East corner of a lot surveyed for
Jonathari Oles, in Sharon Township.) in the
East line of 'Warrant No. 2'142 . ; thence by said
bue:South one hundred and six and three
tenths perches, to a post corner -, thence \Vest
one hundred and ninety, yerces to a• post in
the line of S. M. Webli's lot ;• thence by the
line 'of slat', lot North nine, and •three-tenths
perches, 4).11-pont:corner. being the North-east
corner of the Webb lot ; thence along the line
of the-Webb Int, North 63°, West one hundred'
and seven perches, to a post corner in the line
of Joseph Mann's land; thence!along the line.of I
said . land. North forty-three perches to a beech 1
corner: thence along the tine of Joseph Mann's
land, West eighty perches, to a heti/lock coy-:
ner; thence_ North eighty,four and three- I
tenths perches, to an oak corner thence Wt.
twenty Perchm to a post cor
rter in the line of - G. F. Entities' lot; thence
by the line of said lot, North forty perches, to
a beech corner in the West line of Warrant
No. ; thence North, along tittl line, one
13 - undie4 an live - and seven-tenth's perches, to
a pOst corner; thence East, along the line of
Willia.aL. Starkw'eather'S and Lewis Wood's
lands, four htindrediand •nifietY.'-ttio perches,
tri-the North-west corner of a lot surveyed for
Elias Stevens ;:. thence, by the Flitte of said
lands and Jonathan Oles' lot,lSOutti two hun
dred and.twenty-four and seveMttenths perch- ,
esi,to the Sontli-west corner of Ithe Olos lot ;
thence East one htiddred perches; to the place
of hegitidifigi containing SeVetilhandrect arid
thikly-tive acres, strict measure::, .•. -
Terms el"' Saw.—One-fialf Cash in
liand; and tMlanee tu one year, secured by
Bond and Mortgage.
A. J. BAteNES,
• Administrators of Om Estate of
Jan. 11, 1859, G. Barnes, deceased.
111.00 TS, SHOES, Rubbers, ihaffalo Over-
Shoes, for men, women and, children, by
the case, dozen or pair, at,.
' CLARK &THILLIPS.
CiIIOICE STONE LIME, in hhl. or bulk, at
k.;) greatly reduced price;, eatl be had at
;20 CLARK &I PHILLIPS.
A PRIZE FOR-riTtlayilopirt
,^ wrio , SUBSCRIBES FOR fRE
New York We'eldY Prese t
- • --FAIIILF.'„NEWS-PAPERI
TEE'NEW YOR K wgracia - PREM is e t
of the best literary papers of the de
large Quatto. containing TWENTY -PAG
or SIXTY COLUMNS of eotertaiolut t matz o
pod ELEGANTLY ILLD,STRATED ere
A GIFT.. WORTH .1:11031 50 CENTS 'pi
sloop o0.'W11.1; BE .SENT, TO
SCIIIBEFS : ON REOBII i T OF: TIM 'Su
• . TB .
One 'copy for one. year; nod 1 gift, 2. $ 2O
Three copies one year, and 3 gifts, • 5 5 ,
Five copies ono year, and 5 gifts; g
Ten copies one year, andclo gifts, 1 5 ,
Twenty-one copies one year, and I gifts, 30
The articles to be distributed are conrprist
in the following list
1 United States Treasury
Note; . . ,$lOOO 00;
2 do do "-do 500 00, cash
4.1 o: . do do 2.00 00, earls.
10 do do do 100 . 00, each
' Patent Lever Ihinting -
Cased Watches, , /00 Meath
20 Gold Watches, , IP 00, each,
50 .do • EO.OO, each
100 do 50 00, eatiJ
300 Ladies'-arild•Watches, .35 00,isch,
200 Silver Hoisting Cased
. ~Watches, 30 00, emit,
500 Silver Watches, $l5
,00 to 25 00, tad,
1000 Gold Guard; Vest
'and Fob Chains, 10 00 to 30 00, each.
1000 Gold Pens and
• Pencils, 5 00 to 15 00,ml,
Gold Lockets, Bracelets, Brooches, r„
Drops, Breast Pins, e ii(r. iiiCenßintou
Rings, Shirt Studs, .Watch Keys, Gold an
Silver Thimbles, and a variety ot other ani
Iles, wor th . front 50 cents to $l5 00 each.
Ou recCipt of the subscription money, 11
subnriber'S llama will he.' l entered upon o
boiiks opposite a number. and the' ift Miff
ponding wills that number will be forwards
within ono week to bins, tir mail or arm
There is neither humbug nor lottery oho
the above, sis every subscriber is sure of
prize of value. We prefer to,make this li
eral distribution among them instead of stir
ing a large commission to, Agents, giving i s
the subscriber the amount that would go to
the Agent arid in many. cases a huudred.fold
gi;;7"All communications should 1; , e.0d•
DANIEL ADEE, Pentanes,
211 Cogri :greet; Neu Fork.
ASSOR TIIN- 7 OF
SOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS
Crockery c.Cz (3-lassiyar.e.
Also, a good stock of. MISaLLANEOCS an.
Alllof which they willl.l . AS LOW AS C
FIF: BOUGHT ELSEWHERE 'IN'
1,‘.1,11,1E . COUNTY
PRODUCE OF ALL EINDii
IN EXCHANGE. FOR GQODS,
For which the HIGHEST PRICE will bepeld
Tlicy can be found at all times, (°sturb
and Sunday excepted.)'et , the Store farm" !
octlupied b D. DAkER,
ready-to wait 'Tait Ou4tomera..
It:—.-3e have como to the coaolosioatbs
READY_ PAY "
is better for * all partifs, and we OtaU, - thet
foe do business on this system.
i . D. L. Sr..M. 13, DANIELS.
Ulysses, Nov. 4, 1858..-16tf. .
H$ subscribers- method of in
fofming their friend
s that they are in re
ctit of, and are now opening, a choice sn•
dtisirablo' stuck. of
STAPLE:AND VANCY DRY DOOM -
to which they invite the attention of-all ' 4l
d4sire to make purchases. Our Ma l ' IS
his been selected with great care, and ltr
tihuld:rly adapted to the wants of this secfo•
ol' our country. Our stock of Dry Goods col,
sits of • .
DRESS GO.ODS, - TRIMMINGS,RIBBO NS ,
• CLOTHS: CASSIMERES
-LINENS, PRINTS, '
: HOSIERY, -SILiWLS,
Old a variety of other nificlos l too mime: ,
tO mention. - We hS.yn niao a complet e L "'
Moil; Of • '
bROPEP,TES, I HARDWARE ;SD
1 . CROCKERY;
all of which will - b'e sold uncommonly at'.
fOr 'Tidy pay, and ifor aPproVed credit an ,
reasonable terms as any other establishino
I • MANN &NIGLIO
1 186 —u:131
Z. J. I.llogpsoN,
CARRIAGE It WAGON MAKE° . " 6 ,.k :
FAIRER, Coudetrspott, Potter Co,
I this method of informing the pub.: •:d
lie In general that he is prepared ...;;;s•
to do all work iri his line with PrtitoP tn
!in a workman-like manner, and upon f
most accommodfiting terms.. ,,
Repairing invariably required on
the work. Dt,3_;..411 kinds - of pktoDu'
taken On accou.'t - of work, If'