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_OCTOIMR - 6, 18d9.
- 'l',i; : r**4o to a nother Column, it -will"
be seen Oat a. P. Bird declines being - a
%Modica& last week that Mr. Dan
df pries, had gene toNew York for
new g ia s . , We are informed that he
haspetarned with. a splendid assortment.
him a calk
lie 9i;ltside'pages of this No. of onr pa.
look bad, owing to the fact that the
printer left in' chargednring our absence
vas .unacquaitited with.' 'the "ways and
m esai"Of our. Preps Ind roller We hope
to make it all right hereafter.
Pa7rErt, we observe, is to-have a Sen
ator.. :Hon.. ISAAC BENSON, our bachelor
friend who hangs out his shingle at Cou
irsport, is *Om on the course fora seat
n the Pennaylvania Legislature, and this
hue in the "Upper House." The Con
ention which placed him in nomination
.sly balloted out, hundred and eighty.
.ight times before reaching that result.
a "great travail brought they him forth ;"
,ut he will be easily elected, and will
ake a most capital Senator. Could the
dies of Potter vote, BENSON would have
everal thousand majority; He will the
rst day of the session introduce a bill for'',
he extension of woman's sphere.
'So says the Wellsville Free Press; But
a must enlighten the editor a little in
egard to an occurrence which took place
a our Borough nearly two years ago, in
hich friend. IsAAc took to himself a
elp.mate, thereby forever withdrawing
r(1 . imself from the honorable society of
achelors. Could our ladies vote, they
ould all vote for him, for they are always
a the -side of truth and right; but we
ave MEN enough to elect, him.
• For the Potter journal. -
leport of the Vlysses and Mlle..
gany District Teachers'
Pursuant to adjournment the Associa
on met at the Raymond school house,
10th,,at 10 o'clock A. M. Owing
the inclement state of the weather but
teachers were present at the forenoon
iion. P. E. Maynard was elected
:sident, pro tem. The Secretary read
proceedings of the previous meeting,
ich were accepted. An opportunity
then-given for those who - wished, to
ime members of, the Association by
Aloe, their names to the Secretary.
iut fifteen teachers and others report
their nainei. H. P. Bird, Will...Rog
and S. H. Martin, were appuinted to,
ft resolutions for discussion. After
laming various Other items of num
tent business, the Association adjourn
till If o'clock P. M.
. If (Mock a considerable number,
tly teachers were present. Vim. Rog
was elected President pro tem, in the
nice of the President previously elect-,
, ve been made at this meeting were
ined for want of time to the next
Jg of the Association. Theiessay
apiointed• to read at this meeting
not present with their essays. The
ziation then listened to 'an original
ton by E. A. Benton; subject, "Pa
and Teacher.' The committee on
lotions then reported the following
lotions, which, after being discussed
iearly all present, were adopted :
That the wages of teachers
i be graded according to their qual
Itved, That Directors should ye
w employ any person for teacher who
morally as Well as intellectually
id foi that important station.
,lved,, That one of tiro greatest bin
ces to success in schools, is the want
;gaiar attendance of the scholars, and
ixtrents and guardians should see to
Ist this hinderance he removed.
J/v4, That to make the meetings
ie:Asiociation of interest and:profit
lose attending them, we should have
tical questions for discussion; and we
:fore invite, and urge all teachers to
for, and produce at the next meet
as many such questiOna, having a di
reference to the business Of teaching
,olved, That teachers who habitu
refrains from attending Teachers'
iations,'when by ,a Jittle effort they
I do so, neglects` plain and impott
loth and do not deserve to be con
members of the profession, .
4, That a oopy of the proceed
)f this meeting be sent to the JOIJR
Bird' then, according to previens
dituient, - presented a Constitution
code of By-Laws, for the considers
of the Association; and after re-ms
they were adopted. On motio n,
Atka elected, Wm. Bagers, Presi
a. P. Bird, Tice President; D.
,Bwretary and S. Presho, Treat
/or the ensuing' year from the next
Kg of ;Association.tbe: From the
!era present; the. President selected
Presho-and Betsey itaymond, to
limp; also,. P. E. Maynard and
. Bird; to deliver - Orations,' at the
it meeting of the, Association. Oa
Lion, the Aisactation adjourned. to the
Nes Centre school house, Dec. 10th,
59, at 9 o'clock A. M.
E. A. 13orrott,
,$, .i ;makes
'To the Polele--
The 'undersigned. deilineibehin &iodide%
it:the,ensfling election for Sheol/lee of Shazi/f
of Potter 'Before - Allis notice: will
reach;the pabliUbe will probably; be ' , engaged
in business ICC-the-city of Brooklyn; Stato,of
New York. "To . those :of hie , fellow-citizens
who deemed him worthy of =the office named.
he returns his Sincere thanks for their
estimation. - Very _respectfully_ your humlile
ana obedient servant, . B. Y. BIRD. -
Brook/and, Pa., Oct. 3, 1859.
. All persons indebted to the firm of J. M.
JUDD & CO., are hereby notified to call and
settle their accounts immediately, or they will
be placed in the hands of a lawyer for collec
tion. .The: books can be settled ty W. B.
Jenkins. • . J. JUDD & CO..
Coudersport, Sept. 26. 1869.
INFLAMMATION OF THE EYES
Like al I other inflammation, is caused. by
impurity of the blood: which causes alt erup
tive diseases, as Salt Rheum, -Scurvy, Boils,
Sores,Xlcers,kc. The blood being unhealthy,
and of an impure nature, also occasions B:op
sies. The blood becoming obstructed in the
veins, the watery part of the blood in come
queues is thrown out from their - extremities,
and dropsy is the- result. Many times it is
occasioned by irnozoper treatment of some
Rimer disease, end the re setsbeing Stied
by serous humors instead blood: Free evac
uations by these pills, o' en the passage into
the bladder and carry o,f tl!e corrupted hu
mors, and renew then whit pate and healthy
blood, .which w!1". e o;:t of the body - all
inflammation, to: j otter with 'eruptions of the
skin, and all dropsical complaints. They. will
be-a sheild to every form of disease to guard
and keep you from the cold grasping hand of
death, and cause life and strength to_rewain,
and the countenance to •brighten with the
bloom of beauty and health.
Dr. Morse's D.ldian i ßoot Pills are sold
by ail dealers in Medicines.
WHEREAS letters of administration to the
Estate of SAMUEL Gse, late of the town
ship of Roulet, in the county of Potter, - dec'd,
have been granted to the subscriber, all per.:
sore 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
SAMANTHA PRESHO, ddm'x,
Allegany, Oct 5, 1859.-r. •
List of Letters
NG in the Post Office at Couders-
Rport, Pa., for the Quarter ending Sep%
Allen, Miss Mary Lawrence, "Mrs. W. D.
Belden, Miss Louisa C.Lyon, A. 11.
Chase, Miss Marion Lyman,. Mrs. Caroline
Christman, Philena M.Maynard, D. A.
Clark, Asa DlcCarn, C. M.
Cobb, Chauncey Nesbitt, Mrs. Sarah J.
Cool, Mrs. Jane Parker, Elijah
donne!, James founds, C. H. •
Denton, James F. • Backman, John
Dunbar, Jonathan Seely, Henry
Dutton, A. M., Esq. Shelden, Jesse
Hawley, Caroline Smith, A. C.
'Toward, D. C.• Strong, Mrs. Sally
Hurlbut, George M. • Stevens, Mrs. Laura A.
Hurlbut, Mrs. Phebe A.TiNotson, Stephen-2
Link, George • Wilcox, Mrs. Lahella S.
Lowrey, James Worthington, G. B.
Vankuren, Miss S.
tar All persons inquiring for any of the
above letters, will please say they are adver
tised. SAM'L HAVEN, P. H.
JUST RECEIVED BY
C. H. SIMMONS,
Cctsii and Short. Time Buyers
y All NOW RECEIVING my Fall and Winter
A. Stock, which-embraces everything usually
kept by a Country Merchant--
BOOTS 4- SHOES,
READY-HA DB CLOTHING,
HATS 4 CAPS,
all of which will be sold at low figures for
cash or approved credit. .. •
GOOD TEAS FOR 45 CENTS,
Ladies' /Ins Cowers and other Gaiters, from IS
cu. :o $l,OO.
BENS STOGA BOOTS, - $2,50
" CALF • - 3,65
FINE DE LAINES, 25
GOOD LAWNS, , 12i
and an othergoods in proportio n ,' lbr Ready
Pay of most kinds. . •
sir Cash paid for GOOD LUMBER.
• ' • C. H. num:
Ostrayo, Oct. 5,1859.-43-IT. .
Por TESITNG"the variolui kinds of
GOLD AND SILVER oonsra
IT. IS ADMITTED DT ALL TO BE- THE
lOST ,PERFECT THING OF ITS MD'
EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.:.
IT LS-SOMMALL•THAI' IT CAN RE OAR=
lUD IN THE POCKET wmactirr ANY
Every MERCHANT ehconld have it l r -
Every STOREKEEPER should have ft!
• Every MECHANIC should have it!!!
Every SUN BUSINESS should'
hive It 11111 - • • - '
virb warrantee . goes with everyfone
that is sold. _
PRICE ONE DOLLAN6'
Postpaid to anipart of the 'a
.connty iu this United' Ind* to
whom s liberal Discount .w.ill.bemade.
. ' Address, MAT t BICICNBL.4
80/ 1150, - -Philadelphls,l l 46.
•IfE ?MEM 01' A. FM PRO&
ro the Ji7eetore of Potter Countyl
Fellowcitizeus—Having long been a . resi.
dent of your county, (being among the .first),
I offer myself as an „independent candidate
for the office of Sheriff; at the ensuing election.
;I do 'not'offer myself through the solicitation
'of any, person, but because I desire the office.
I have not the means nor the disposition to
to hireanyo'ne to cant:ass the qounty for me,
or io so forittyieff.. desiring rather. to rest
my - claim with the unbiased feelings of the
people. WM caQsny.
Homer, June 28, 1859.—*
I hereby offer myself as ad INDEPENDENT
CANDIDATE for the office of SHERIFF at
the ensuing election, and respectfully Solicit
the votes of all who are'willing to give me
their support. • -• WU. F. BURT.
• ItEeron, Sept. 26, 1859.
11111/11SUANT to an act of the Genetal As;
seuthly or t!:c Commonwealth of Pennsyl
vania, ett'red Act relating , to the elee;
lions cr this a;...,mottwealtir," approved the
second ofJ.i7, A. D. 0%0 thou3and eight
huncited and thir.y-%* I. A. C TAGGART,
She:llene county of Pos`.'er, Pennsylvania l
du ite:chy nia7:e known anil give notice the
eleczors os' the .oun:v tvOrasaid, that a Gene
ral Elec:ron mil'. be 'acid fu the said county of
Potter on the Second Tuesday (11th) of
October, 18,r, at wllich iime State and County
Officers as follows are to bo' elected, to-wit:
One person for Auditor General of the' Com
monwealth of Pen.usloania. - ,
One person Genial of the Com:
mcwirealth Peiwv,'"irnia. '
. One p.er ! ;o4 Jo? 4'ir:e Senator, to• represent the
.11th coimri... 4 d9 the count@ of Tioga,
Potter, .ilcHeana:l3 Warren.
' Two per, c::: Jim:bus ea, House of Rep
resentc.,.:.,es ( - 1 bie Gene,.al AFerpiply of Pennsyl
vania, in conji:a.tion with Cie county of Tioga, to
represent the cothithys of Tioga and Po,'ler.
One person for .Di.:•,:rict Allot-my for the county
Ch . !: person for Sheriff of the county of Potter.
One person for Coroner of the county of Potter.
One person for Commissioner of the county of
Potter. ' •
One person for Auditor of the county of Potter
One person for Surveyor of the county of Potter.
I also Make known and give notice, as in
and by the 13th section of the aforesaid act I
am directed, that every person, excepting Ju
stices of the Peace, who holds elyoffice ap
pointment of profit or trust ender the Goierti
meat of the United States or of t: - .lis State, or
of any city or inccrporated district, whether
a commissioned officer or otherwise, a *subar
dinate officer or agent, who iv or shall be em
ployed under the legislathe judiciary, or ex
ecutive department of this Sir.te or the United
States, or of any city or incorporated district,
and also the t every member of Congress and
of the State Legislatu. e, and of the select and
common council of any city, or commissioner
of any incorporated dhtrict, is by law incapa
b'e-of holding or exerciSing nt'the same time
the office or appointment of Juflge, Inspector,
orclerk of any electioh in tb:s Commonwealth,
and that no inspector or Judge, or other offi
cer of any such election shall be eligible-to
any officelhen to be voted for.
Also, that in the fourth section of the Act
of Assembly, entitled. "Au Act- relating. to
elections and for other purposes," approved
April•leth, 1890, it is enacted that the afore
laid 13th'section shall not-be . so conetrued ae
to prevent any military officer orltorhugh of
ficer-from serving as Judge, Inspector, or
Clerk of any general or special election in this
It is further directed that the meeting of
the return judges at the. Court House in Con- .
dersport to make out the general returns, shall
be on the first Friday succeeding the general
election, which will be the 14th day of Oc
The return judges of the counties of Tioga,
Potter, McKean and Warren,. comprising the
11th Senatorial district will meet at the Court
House in the Borough of Coudersport, on the
18th day of October next, to make out an of-_
cial return for member of the Senate.
The return Judges of Potter . and Tioga
counties shall meet at the Court }louse id the
Borough of Wellsboio'. in the county ofTioga.
on Tuesday, the 18th day of October,lBs9,to
make return for Members of Assembly.• •
I also hereby make known and give notice
that the'places fc,• holding the aforesaid gen
dal election in the several townships and
boroughs within the county of Potter, are as
follows, to wit:
For the'towliship 411 Abbott, at the house
formerly occupied by T. B. Abbott in said
-- . ,
For the township of All.gany, at the school
house near the piece formerly , owned hyChes-
ter Andrews, in said township.
- For o.e township of Bingham, at the house
of A. R. Lewis, in said township.
For the township of Clara, at the school
house near Sa!a StTrens'. en said toirnshp.
• For the township of Enla!ia, at the New
Court Masa in the Borough of Coudersport.
For the towuship of Genesee, ,at -the house
now occupied - by 8.18. Rezeo, - in Ellisburg.
For the township of. Harrison at. the house
recently occupied by Ira Bartholomew, in said
For the township of Hebron, at, the school
house No. 5, near fleetly Ingraham's in said
township. • • - , .
For the township of Hector, at the Sunder
lin_ school house, la said totems*. .
Von the.townsilio-of Homer, at. the 'school
house near Jr.cob '2,eet's in said township,- .
.For the township of ..Tackson, &tiles Loose
formerly' occapled by Benjamen Bares, now
M. Channel, in said township.. • • .
For the Township of Keating, at di*. house
of Pliny LMTis, in said township:, • „ .
For the township of Oswayo, at the house
of John Wells. in said township. _ -
For the -towcE,hip :of Pike, at the.house of
Elijah Jobru3on; !fl.said township. - .
For the township of Pleasant .Valley, at the
school house in said, township,
For ther,,towruship er .Portage, at .tho. Sizer
school house, in said township. '.„
For the to wnship Boulct, at tint school
houtio near George Welotees, in said township.
• For the township otS*1"110'1' the akar"'
'Centre School hots% neatJohn.Foorhees','
,For the towoshirof,Bweden, at .tlno, house
of Asenath.ftliarto•ixklaill towns h ip,. +
Fir , the township of Btewardson,i at th
bon of John &Clark, in aid township.
For the township of. Summit, at the house
fotmerly occupied - by 'Del"Cools,; grr Jona
than Bedson, In . said Winship. -
For the township,of.Bylsanio, at the school
house near J. IL Rees,' in said township.
For the township;of Ulysses, at the , house
of Atlas Bennett. ins said: township, .
-For the 'township. of West Amish,• st : tbe
house of a X. Umable, in saidjownship.,
Forth* township of Whatton, at:the bones
of Btaphenßorton, In aid .townshiP.
For the Borough of , Coudersport. ; at the
Court Bonsein said Borough. , .
Givcsi -nada- my hand r thin: day of
1 eeptediber, 1859.
A. C. TACOMA BbiriC
erne flOirritatt feraltaogoturs,
What they, manufacture. "
' '- ' THE AMERICAN'EMOItRiI," I47- ' / : - :'':
"consisting of a great; istiety:4 nriiatte and,
beautiful patterns of Cigar Tubes; 'also,'sev
eral varieties etripe Tubes. The peculiarity,
about these articles is theeetichaneisarrang=
ed so as to receive a datitti spOnge, - threugli
which the smoke of the burning cigar has to
pass on its NIII4'. to the month:" This damp
sponge notonly ,cools.the sniokt, but extracts
from it the nicotine oil, the pois nous proper-,
tv of the Tobacco, which renders the breath
less offensive.: Smokers 'Will find the use of
these Tubes a luxury.Zetef before _attained
except liv using the Turkish water-jar.. •-• Their,
use will•rlso greatly' promote th health of the
habitual smoker and e tapresery sweetness'
of the breath., l
TILE AMERICAN COPETi . HOOK,'.
Is alittle contrivance for puitting own carpets
: This is A new - article, which
has never before been upon the market. But 1
it posseises the merit of enabling a
put dowrsor take up a carpet of the largest
size in general use in fifteen minutes, without
any injury to the floor or ,tirpet,'.. It is very
cheap--ebeirer in the long 13n then tacks—
eFd the great
i facplty with wh.chieven a serv
ant can take up , and put don't' 6.rpets, with
but the possibility of amistake, renders it in
valuable to the housekeeper. 1
TIIE AMERICAN PEN LIOLDER4 WIPER. .
It is a. neat inVention for holding a I wet sponge,
into Which : the . pen la thrust, Malays Coming
out clean andir e adyfor use: A very conven
ient article for. the Counting-Rouie Desk and
Library Tabloi -' ' . - l' '• - 1 11:29
- The Ain,Tlacn Trades
ny, was orgatuzed November 8,
a Capital of one hundred thousa
This Company was formed With a •
ing eip itiveritdrs of small articles
utility, 7,110 are unable to make '
arrange meets for introdneirig their
by an equitable arrangement wit
their rights by purchase out and
tiqur on the articles manufactured
The inventive genius of this, count
called for an Institution of this
American mind is so active, that, a
things are invented, many of whicl
really usefuno the' community, b.'.
never introduced, because, the It
them have no means to carry then
The capital of this Company wil
to the development of really
.... • ... •
The Corupany have a Coroundee,
whose duty it is to pass uppball;
and from, their large experranee la,
tern Inventors have a . neturlty
ventions' will no be ruisjtuted rt
characterof the par:jes.conrire.il2;
mittee is , a sufficient gmairrity iir.L,
specifications . may be submitted be
are applied for, wit: out any ii::;
tame being taken of this
when desired to ilci so, the Coma
out paterits for•others, securing ro
ter all of.his invention,that is p.te , t. - .ble
This Company respectfully 3 ' - ..ii. inventors
to submit to them their. plans; an it will be
furthering the objects of the Com any .if its
officers and agents can be of any service to
them. ; ,;1 1
~any one. of the following modes isaccep4,
bin to this Company:
First : ' - To munufactgre 'any articles. for
which•tbeir machinery is adapted 1:i contract,
the inventors receiving the articles nd paying.
for the'same on delivery.. , ; '
Second : Tbey buy any patent w ich is ,ap
proved of by their committee: •, • ,
They will uranefacture•R d sell any
article which they choose to adopt giving to
the Inventor such a proportion of ho profits
as may bi - agreed upon..
The extensile building, No. ' and '24'
Frankfort-st., New York, being abut 60 feet
front by over 100 feet deep, and 7ries high
aboie tine sidewalk, is owned by the President
of the Company, and is occupied n part by
till the machinery, wareroom and offices of the
pompany, where . all its' b witness nc.d sales are
transacted. - - ••
WHO SELLS THE AMERICAN PEER?.
WHY EVERY - DRUGGIST—AND MA' *DEALER—
If they dont now, they will hereafter. Dont
tail to . engage *7.
c THE CALUMET OFLPEAcE!
THE cAIbrAfET OF PEACE!
WHAT IS THEVALUMET OF EACE ?
WLIAT IS IT t WHERE IS T ? • •
IT-IS THE AMERICAN SMO •
QUIET NERVES, *QUIET NE vs's)
'NO EXCUSE FOR NERVOUS HUSECANDS.
HUSBAND GO BUY. THE AMERICAN
• - • SMOKER.
THIS IS TO BE TUE ORDER OF. HE-DAY .
,every wife who has e. smlking
band—and no - good husband' who' Wants to
have peace in the family will fail to obey the
order ,' . - 1)11:29]
teirSee advertisement. Bee advertisement:
THE " PLUS tr,L\TRA
- SWING- it&CHIBIE S.•' -.1
THE PAVENT. LEVER' SEWING ' IiACHTNEI
IL! NITYIiCTURED - BY THE
111 NUFACTBRINO . oO2Plbif, ,
• 339 BroadwaT, . 1 .. , ~,,:
' - '''' New York, 1 ^, ••
Nay' he truly•regarded as the ‘; imp/us' ciltri
of ..ewir.,- , machines, and all who:a wishing
to find s. - Machini which 'is a.plibt of doing
anr kind of "sewing; for. Tail Ora - ..11 d' . Eciftse
wive-. iii:Sii satisfaction heretormi.unkaown,
should - lose - no time in •co deriitt one of the
. tu.r.g. 4 yg L,gy:Eit 'Afetelif i r".7, which :are
to occrpy a similar pOsitio tow#rdo other
iiiri6g ;MR - shined that a' Pate t'Leser''Vratch
(antfes*sybody knows Its valbej o curies to.
ward!' p ..;, lapine or, any other a goad .rate
This Nachine ;nukes, the ,, Lae stitch,"
whichicioki shi'riarise• on both el • ,of the
fabric, saCcatinot be ripped., ' ' .
•.• ' . 4 ; ' " PRICE $5O. - ' '
In altresPects equal to ma blab, eretoforti
sold at a hundred dollars 'glad; npw ds.
, SPeaturtis'Of sevring dobe,bytl4 PO=
-LEVER MACHINE, will be forward to. oxii
partibtihsi conOtry, Upon ricetpi of , postage
N. B. Air - energetic and, agent IS
waotoria.esery:town mad village/ of tholial
led States and CaottAisis to eilllthe above omit.
ed =kohl advantageoult :artgragenient
will be made , with.tha sight kind-or Merchant
who it, willing to have the - ,esciativie agency.
Addstes Globe Minufsehai4 Cifizywnyi
112•30 , :', , ••: • 339. ilreladviar,'N Y.
THEBEAS letters of • , to the
Estate of MIN M0W141.4/111, otthe
toomabip of Sharon, in the Empty Of Potts;
have be, Panted 2 ° the sllll o ther ' 411 P.ra
/3003 indebted tosaid estate 'ore'recinestesi to
mike immediate payment; add thole having
ctaltos against -.the mune iv_.ll l present them,
duty aathentliated for eettlement, to, •
- mar & ) 031 -
- 514*, Sept 10, 11111.44 -41diniaistratkv'.
- , NEW •
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~BOOTti t i . ;...ismog.
.... 2, .. ;-
Nati tei4e4 i : ciirly , oppciefte' iltildicip
. & Bret' '49spe — Liri.) :IVellivilk.;,4lto.'"
\ ,::,,, ..• ..,: , :ii iv.. . n. y 1 0 04 2v..y. , .
ipagr Pro?rlotoriikatei tibtjvcesttiblleh ' Fist
IL would respectio"y in.iorm this Lahr : Admits
1 oficoudFspOrt, apA i pojfer coun`,l,gelferAnY;
that lie is now.pre red to supply thetas :faith
BOOZS. SIIOE4 oints-as,,
FINDIYGS,.: (if iniery iletf . erifitloia; - at pii.
ces 'whleb 1 imp not fall :to egit..-:•We 'Ufa 'on
hand c and tro copstputl7 receiTing from' New
York,•ttte finest assUrtmept of, good". that can
be fund . 1:t this porloo: ; of,lhe. coitotry, :and
will seitthe Sauseint rlceiVriiiih.iiitl• .
DEFT' 0:01040,419g. "
SOLE 154r.i/Iti. , .
. - TIPPER LIM HEiii'l 1 P EONS,'
FRENCII c.dme,..sirM . (9 41 4 e),
PEGS, NAILS, AWLS, end VINDLNGS.ef iv-.
ery description, - la qitantities to suit pnreha
sere, BO - ".': - 1' -- , ~.•''' • -•- .
• • REMARKABLY. LOW. PRICESiitOR , CASRV.'
All gouda sohtat, our .establishntent are of
the Best. Quality, a1..,1. will be WARRAITTED.
Terms Cosis.Onty. Give us a trial.
• ' !'GEORGE T: WARREN:
May-11); 1.859.-;-40.z •
efi`Orders seat . Ei:3% •or le ft at the
.TocaNai, C,lrs•tez, Codderspoit,wilitie pr4rupt
ly aad carefully .atteaded' ta: '' 1.1.. • •
• iew of tali
t ;lrta :or by- g n
;t would be
ventora . of
11001C H STORBi..
Maiti - atiCiv r i - 4 1' hir4 St.
- BOOKS;, S GLOBES, -
1 1 1 AP •
BLANKS- ' •
DOCKETS- - :
such , mat
k d the nigh
Greek, Latin, French and German
Books. 11 . •
All School BoO74•use.d , ps 'the .County
kept hand, or immigiatelj procured
Mag,aLines or any Periodicals supplied .when
desired. " . 1 . •
A good - 11s9rtment of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens and Inks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw-
ing Materials, Water 9olore, &c. • ,
PRAYER: & 8Y311 4 •11343013.5, of Varioniltinds.
MUSIC-BOOKS AND SHEETINUSIC,
Slates, Rulers, Bach-Giditaon - Boards.ohess
Men; ac., dte.• ';
'y will take
8.. S. COL WELL
Flour; -M0a14 ..
FEED,' FISH, PORK , &C.,
ANY MBAR idEllcf‘ANT CAN: g sa,VOR
and will take in.pay m ent ill kinds good
will also Pay cash for LUMBIrEt. -
Also, will pay the-highest going, prices in
CASH . 1111 .1 '.WOOL. .
OLMSTED St'' KELLY'S 1
Q' I CORF 4 can . alwaye_ be.toun4 lho pea% el l
cooking; Box and Pntlor,
Also, TIN and SIIET-IRON . WARE; PUTS,
KETTLES, SNORES, SCOTCH BOWLS;
FRYTNO-PANB, - SAP-PABS E , Asa :OAULD- .
BONS. - . : _ . •
A t element:::.
such isIPLOWS,. SMARM% CULTIVA
TORS, ,CORN-SHELLRES,,,,HORSERARES 3
1. 4 0 G:g0V4/IS, AS-
T lEII =WO K -
is well niadeitudthe material good. •Gond.eral
substantial EAVES-TOUGHS Ott tti l itfany
part of the 00tinty—Tertsikeasy; • heady Pay
of all kinds, includiugleash, seldom re fi ned.
' Store; on gain Street oPposititheOld`Coort
Bons; Condetariort. -Aug:101359.-80
B. :BUTTEBWORTH having' hitated
himself in this BOrough, in the building
Miently.oectipleikkDr: Ellison, On 3tiin 8t:,
opposite the . boatt LOA* hits opened a JEW
SLIM' ESIWILISUM for the'parpose of -
- • - AMOCO, arao:: c
!Raving 19 171 0.Yettre iplypiitscP ,tha bear
nii#4, I feet confident In giving tits piblie faf-
Blab SVIISPACTIDELIAII POrtaitiP:if
alit public' lit' please Cvada a dal,
workl,:rt t. ace Ea t -
IA gelled& sidtortnien gyrate* Clatio
.Teirelrf bane and foi L tialit.
Coi2deis Junes lBs9 .- AJL ."
uouThiumnor 44141401.' '10,9";
Riff. J. , wßalßuci4.A.ll.;-patiam
SWUNG sit TM easznenon
- 2 1 1 -f
.......... 1 '
...‘ i ' Are*.
\ . imadan Amen 311 k
Rates of q'ttitiolito•' - • '
perpoltriuictigi, ..commo n Eatifik?- 114 - , :', l ' 1 - -••
~ • -
Esher ffilliiith intli ' 41 i
lEghei Ititthenuai,d,'",l • ~. - 10
Latidancraft.elci 1., , „, , i,,,r, 400
Draw* (extrsi) ' l _. L'' , ,4' ..' 2so
thoric,vith lie Orreato,.(o4oo - „_:', loon
Froich, (extraY 1 " — ~... : SOO
hexch, wlthontather Mad*, % .., , r
Rabin Rix!, itec h r it 1 Ft, -' •-• V: 0 00
. or Com,*eattexcliini aim
id rot *veil tussah of Study. ($1.3
N . , •
' - Artgig ;
D Li ,
. ii Lae
1:111t -- CONSTATLY .
, t )•
t t pt42 ,-
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_...... vu0vrivii ,,,ir1„,,:.
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*i t * - : ' Fd'" PficiNol44, ti 4 ' ; 0,44 1 .4
: 7 ..ctr.isvarri.ortoarmaist, fc.
Also, ry gbOdAtoeig sitSIISCEL4I4IIOO.kik,
A 111111 1 , 1 7" /
,: - ~i'A El leridifOralti tp . : 1 4
1 :4 1 7,t ,i , fl ei :.,,,
Ail' dikWbi4b ( tbei l 'Wit Well • - tiftlit.
i n jlr O
Tlitg, ' " 4.3017 : 14V114: 7 1
i t ...;i:m.:14
PRODUCE OF ALT; KINDS .11 , . :
i ,t- .! viiik •-. ~1- 9 ,.1?:iil
. • - lif : EXOHANGE4OI6, : OOOriIIer ,
Yoi : ir'iltili 01e11011Vstirifti*Iiiii(iii''
, 114)• eit'imiteoiicid at all tialai, 7 :(*Abriday
and S nilay exOpted,) . iit ilit 14*W'Siiiiiillit
oc'enPiid by D. iIAKEit; :. ''" .----'‘.
;.., ,„.:. T.,•, 1., ~,,....
' .. . -in .ulyssesi . -A
ready in wait upon custoiseta '-. - f 1
li. /1--We:bare came to thetto4
is better forall parties, anclare.110110.11411k:
fore, do lniaineS3;o l ithis Mite=•- , ' : '- x ' "•••• '-'-
~. : • .D.,L. & it. a: ri m; :',, .
lllyis es, June 2d,' ii159....16bi1ik:‘1.:.
Cash and Short-Time Onion.
LADIES AND GENTLIPMEtt...-
I.AK NOW • RECEIVING tny , 131111.11 it
Steck, which embraceralmoit.ipirnatit
usuatif 4etPt by the , Comltri MePth 646 77
DRY GOODS,' r
BOOTS't; gnoEs; • '
'EATS k CIAPL L .: •
all of•which, T.pr9ppgQgq9,A1..8.14,14 141r . 7
;or CMII sut NII4I. 9"4CF O I‘ ' •
Ca 50 fee our.°COCOS ma ATP
CES. . Boing_thank fp! for Iwo avroyia,
hope to belable now °Pr P97l l railW
bleinauceSneile,, Pd 8 841).Baif t . ,
Coudersport,' May 25, 1859.40.
~~ _ ~~~-
11 'Ea• tIIVOISTIEEIO haul rontirrot 14
4..ri doottrortb, idtalhe *bus fortoOlittet , ;
copied by Schoonasker, 6,lasinfoo. , /:
Thankfulfor Laapgatrora,,L would soliallt i al,,
continuance Of the very liberaipatronagatilft
tarot"' bestcwed, which I slat endeoYaie Ili , '
nierit by fair dealliitand eilling - goodiiirtitiliy
At Ittia,ilchiet:bltY Pr i fdticie. ~..
„..illi:stock,'osisting of th e natitatinit
DRotkobs • - ,:,' . ,'" L . : - •
1 , . ' IZA.TB'B4...CATA' '
- 1 ....,,,
~ ipimi ;r rit GIL cput,lity s . ,pv;
, -. .. ' Y'1‘ w 9F 1P41414" 1 4 0 4 4; -: . : ;+ :
iii etenW large ? , and, .4 intemaiflil: h(tiiar .
atkpEß THAN' EVER Addtki ' .
GREAT, #1317CT1.011 oAlaitlYsiO pti :
Lainett, Vantilias, Pairiasole;Vittit . •4 '
Summei Gnods: Price!, `7eildialat ii: I i' / '-'
TEISII OU'lll - - '-': ~ ;)t; r),I1 : :..A . •,;;•
ISAIAS 3 BLOCkigaliWaksallgor
t eytbea, of laerman-steel, Claafmarldel44 MI. -. ,t
'ler-steel ;•••loot a Saatil,r4 4 %*flitrri OIL
many qifq 4 9 l . ln riVC e n s i li d li 4 11 ! 04, 1 1 t /i
,prices,,constantly on h' ...
in thavicataltY. " Esiiecial cliviWitit lair, 214
tog to get thosewbicb lareloOdllolll4osloll7. :77
TEPt - CLOTHING WPM:MAW*
is well stoci r d, and prices milliattatlllllllos- - ' I
factory . it; it '''- ' - 414rU'' ' ,V' it
SPCA*. i ArAIiMP .. , , 444110 r,
totttnent;iftkintirie3 l 14FOOlitt: ' arti4o:...,
low prices . , ' ' ' -: ''''• "". "•:., ! - '...
tta/Y 1 41 4 44 ; ; / It
Jartaite? ng Te t 's jet • nnin nilef *ik. ,
.0 4 11 4 1StittAllr '!
the Goads i ity:NEW QUAD::ii
ilileAdY Misr, 40 1 1 , ttalllsl4llllt* -1
riquistewq,l,ol l 4 ll postio
Irs, 7:- :.
p. it , „, f- , p '
Con rt, :illy (, 1 nift. 6 41. --- -
.." • TAKENCOMICEI 6 -' ';'•
'll,74;7ll4l4o , toteitiouX74Wl
jr k 4.0 r, Pt : . put utgosidhu. -,..... * .
ging order 4 ‘ dim to Ai ''ar• •
wilt find Wail* ligaille'o :yoweilit " ;
shot! tad .AOM4 fit isiineumr •
I f:-)ia t il pa , m-' , '-'IZ - r
• .n. . , :i4Lia l :4- ..--.,..;..•
. i , ....iit -1 , Ta' -!. - s ..-:
ifirnk — '7 llWi t iti ii r
abir siot iar
„ t al i
listiittaidr - a 6 ' !....../..: r '
' skitimisbljtaytitiagbank, int lino • :1
POttas bankbitairiAtett 0 44 , Abe . I -
snlirtMoo 4 ,e4tielt Os*. "' , . -.- ,
wid; l4 Ifelift . /P r i e dr • i iiii - t..f:•-- ',
itattrift itit , mid ihie ' ' •'' 1 -
think sfulf, 1 enttnittitilikir • ;'t ts:
:„ ~-,"; ,c 0 :, - YOMENNIIIO4.IIIIIIY-4 al
1111; • liiimp,. .4544. 20 APH,-.; :,.o avf:..-- 'ld t'
N...p7.W,• . -OTOCK:',.'.:
ISMER toODS,, -
JUST itaCRITED ,
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