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To iit;ite r i A. 14 pari*uvaitioi.
62E11 - A*l4-24kver:Azultiinr •
`."-: • *fie 7.0 its of e Farm..
Mrs. noharts, of Pekin, Siagara cotia
tCNKCY/Ji-i-helmoss pro - rtical woman's
rights Person of yriscim wo'llave,yet hPrti•
Ale iffer faith by her Work- - She,
*V h '
11 A . rt.,a long ettcr, tr sne
iii:;cussea the - dearth of occupations for
minivars' this:- - country„ and urges •their
claiin to libof When and iihrerd they
She jti.i'4.4 aere is - nnihing, or nearly
n` ding; tA li
tidiurate'aoinan toany kind! - •
of Nuttoruble ard rie.tunetative exertion— • ' HOSTETTER'S
Itathipii-to the' true uobilitv I
tt,r nature—l-nothing to arouse her it
plant energi,.., and to direot,
,them to al
nobleFUV:-ntifhing td 'develop her true
w:.4lPittihood.; Girls are educated oulr fur
the - matrinionizi market,_ without refer
ence to their ability to follow any pursuit
by which they can gain an honest - and
indepeinlent living. Woman has been
crliVed, and then taunted with her ina
bility, to du anythins useful, worthy and
.argues that it is nselese
stn, vice and vari•-
tefi r ir. - e 46 so long es the Mother of the
rateAtecoming more diseased and more
iinbecileore helpless. Till the mother.
of mapkind'earshe aroused to exertion to i
att6.'ill',l,honliEtier and nobler life, and till
sh 6 can Step upon the platform of life
with berrights as.a Woman, i Wife, and!
N'other; fully and practically recognized ;1
and-'entiticd to the absolute control of;
bar "own person and earnings, as it is with]
naii;'she can- never be a true Woman.
Aetia7 on this principle, Mr. and 3lrs. I
belts have sit their daughters to 'stork
en their farm. - Hitherto the income of!
their farm has been consumed in hiring!
Libelers .' The wife and daughters have
nridertaken to aid the husbsits? arid fath-!,
er in . farm atone hundred acres,
aril thus they will save ri.l the profiis to
themselves. But let us take an extraet!
orstato from Mrs. Robert's kitten Shel
I , t l Lhave family of daughters. They
say tome, 'What shall we do? what caul
we do?'nand it hard.to answer that;
question., Now, I ask you, What are i
the young Titnen—thtdaughters of fartn-1
ers and laborers—to do? 'Marry fur al
Acme, sys:society' I want - to tell you
what kind cf a school I and my daueh- I
tem have "been to the past season to get
thc'edileztion.widell I think is necessary
to ' our.liealth, etevatiott and happiness.—i
It : s 'ta.rtuirtg---not a small garden patch,
but-on:a large scale.
"In the spring, one hundred acres were
plowed planted, mostly by men, with
broom Oro, Indian scorn, sorghum; arid:
potatoes. Then I and my four daughters.!
the youngest eleven and the el-lest sevend
teen, took the entire eharge of the whole.;
'We have cultivated and hoed it twice
over, the girls taking care of their own;
trams. - 31 y daughter Carrie, who is tit-1
teen, has done the principal part of the;•
plowing; - within two weeks.
plowed7,abent.,.ttsenty . acres, to have iti
ready, for Litz - ,teit.spring crops. The
frosts-having injared our crops very =eh
we tried Our hands at clearing. We had i
sonic new-land to clear; we took hold of
that. It was .timbered with tamrac/c,!
and ; the best wood was chopped off, and i
the land seas grnwn over with bushes..-1
We had them cut down; and when 'dry!
rar:blivnetl: it - otei, 'and then with the I
help of otie road "to do the chopping, we!
picked up, and piled, and burned the!
stilinisiand logs remaining on fifteen acres;
anUarrie is: now plowing the last half
of that lot. . We have about twelve acres
more that we'intend to efear and plow
thiS : filli; so as to have it ready for spring:
ercps another season.
"Neii; this is just such a school RR.
12 Ca to:r myself add daughters, and I am
s ure it ,would do every ..somau, especially]
every, young woman, good to go to such I
a school, at least, for one term. And if!
they.,go fur one term, they will surely',
Iseep.'on going. My health, which has;
been very. poor for six years—and it has!
bees. prbithesj.ed by those who knew me,
thak I cool not Jive long, has beau stead'
ily improving since I commenced out-1
door: work, lam now able to do as good!
_Any one could deiire, and
there ; is now a Prospect of my living many
my.intention to take the
whole eharge'of , 150 acres next season,
and' iai-e--"all'Abe work done by females.
So ranch for my first effort; and if you
art'inierested to My • efforts to induce
women to i4COmpo' Practical :farmers, I
will kee.plon intended Or wy - moveutents
and eittiy iniccesii"
Scialcg)lTE:its.- 7 -A large - quantity of
silksfitimis4B2,ooo , ounces-=have -.been
Collect:4 in China, and sent. by the way
orSaiiTitinciania, New - YorkiattdEn,c , -
land, to Italy:on speculation, It is said
to havd . figenTroEtable, the worms selliq
at :$74 per Olt,nce ---The English gov
crotoont: is nOw building 'four iron ships.
o cit tf or, - two 14'6,000_ tuns each and tw
e fli;Op. • are built by priv - ate con
ti.4-et and are to be protected with shot
r;rOof licittliiitett, 4 inches thick, around
tbeir:sidar.,-----4 gentleman from tbe
South, - reerantly - arrived at the Revere
House, Boston, and reported that'when
c :left . home - the pens were, six inches
, At WaAing:toia he found the ice
was four inches thick, and on reaching
)3, ) ,-,t o o he wai told 'that an ico crop had
IFetirgilarrlaiiikiriii ; eterihrer
lin five - dais he rimed- through - all these
I Oradatione,pf teiniierature.-Ve ' bare
ireeeired boree, Uaiting,
Ridge,X. piiee of cement with a'
portion of a newspaperwpon it, on which
the Feint is perfectly thinigh - it
has been four feet tumor waterruorc,thin
a year.' Tile - paper :Was spread:ewer thi
surface, of : the soft cement when the lat
ter was first the alteration
is the - ,newspaper - stamp duty, no leis
than 411, pen . fiy publications have- been
hi - ought into . - eilstenee - in the - United
Kingdom, 0-•erkich 312 have already be-,
come - returns -pre.
pared st the Alinistrpit Marine, repen t
Inn fewer than 400 shipwrec's 'Lf Preneli
vessels, during 1.1 e" month a November..
Such a-list of dis.„-ters in one month is
unparallelecl—Scienti lie American. •
Ir is a fact. that : at some period, every tnem
her of the bUrnai family is subject to disease
of disturbance of the bodily functions; but
with the aid of a good tonic and the exercise
iof good common sense, they may be able so to
i regulate the system as to secure permanent
health. In order to accomplish this desired
I object, the true course to pnrsne is certainly
I that which will produce a natural state cf
I things at the least hs,tard of vital strength and
'life. For this purpose, Dr. Hostetter has lo
troduced to this country a preparation bearing
: his name, which isoota new medicine, one
that has ! been_ tried - for , giving satisfat=
Lion to all who have used it. The. Hitters
operate por. - erfully upon the stomach, bowels,
and liver, restoring them -to a healthy' and
vigorous action, and thus, by the simple pro
' cess of strengthening nature, enables the us
; tem to triumph over dis.iase.
I For the cure of Bysppsia, Indigestion, !Can-
I era, Flatulency. Loss of Appetite. or any Bil
ious Complaints,arisingfram e. mortild. inaction
of the Stomach or trowels; r rc,dtteing-Cramps,
Dysentery, ec;it, Cholera Meatus, 4e., these
I Bitters have no equal.
Diarrhoea, dyseatery.or fie.x. so generaity
contracted by new-settlers. and caused prin.!
cipally thes.bang,e of water and diet will I
be speedily regulated by a brief' use of this I
preparation. Dyspen,sia, a disease which. is
probably more creralent, in all its various
forms ; t4tin any Other, and the cause of which
may almays he, attributed to derangements of
the digestive organs, can' be cured without I
Mail by :3icg HaiT FITT Ell'S St DMA Cif BIT- 1
TER:, as per direction:sin the bottle. For I
this disee.se every physician will recommcnd.
Bittrrs of some thzn amity not use an ar
ticleknorrn to be it fa:tibia ? All nations have
I their Bitters, as a preventive of disease and
strengthener of the system in general; and
among them all there is . not to be found a more
;healthy people than the Germans,
from whom I
this preparation emanated, based upon select-
I tific experiments which have tended to prove
I the value of this great preparation in the scale
of medical science.
FKVEB. AND AGCE.—This trying and provok- 1
lug .disease, which fixes its relentless, grasp on
th; body - ofman.red teiaghimtoamereshadow
in a short time, and rendering him physically
and mentally useless, can be driven from the
body by the use of HOSTETTER'S BPIDINTN
ED BITTERS. Further, none of the above
stated diseases can he contracted, even in ez- I
posed 511nm:ions, if the hitters are used as per
directions. And as they neither create nausea
nor-offend the palate, and render unnecessary
any change of diet or interruption of ordinary
pursuits, but promote sound sleep and healthy
digestion, the complaint is removed aq speed-!
ily as is consistent with. the production of a
thorough and permanent cnre.
For Persons in Advanced Years. who are suf
fering from an enfeebled constitution and in
firm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a
restorative of strength and vigor,. and need
only be tried to be ai,prenlated. A,rid to a
mother while forcing these Bitters are indis
pensable, especially where the mother's nour
ishment is inadequate to, the. demands of the
child, consequently her strength Must yield,
and here at is where a good tonic, such as
Irostetter's Stomach Bitters. is needed to hil
-1 part temporary strength and vigor to the.'sys
tem. Ladies' should by. all means try this
remedy foe al/cases of debility, and, before so
doing, should ask their physician, who,
is acquainted with the virtna of the Bitters,
Iwill recommend their use is all cases of weak
Cant 1011.—We Caution the public against
using any of the many imitations or counter. ;
eits, but ask. for ILSTRTTER'S CELERRATED
STOMACII BITTERS, and see that each bottie has
the words " Dr. J. Hostetter's Stmriechy,itters"
blown on the sideof the bottle, and s*.anciped
on the metallic cap covering . the corlz;and'ob.,
serve that our antopraph signature Is on the
tar -- Prepared and sold by HOSTETTER &
StilT H. Pittsburgh, Pa., and soli by adldruggists,
grocers, and dealers generally. throughout the
United States, Canals, South America, and Ger
SMITH tt JONES, Coudersport.
A. COREY & SON, Ulysses. tri
H. LYMAN & CO., Roulet. . co
POWELL & CHAPIN, Ridgeway. i.;
Lucius WILCOX. ttuena Vista. "L.'
'NEW JEWELRY STORE.
RH. BUTTERWORTH having located
s himtelf in this Borough; in the building
recently occupied by Dr. Ellison. on Main St,
opposite the court house has opened a JEW
ELRY ESTABLISHMENT, for thepurpose of I
- CLOCKS, are
Having some years' ezperience in the busi
ness, I feel con'ident giving the public GRN
ERAL SATISFACTION. The patronage of
the public is solicited. Please give me it call.
Ali work warranted or no pay.
A general assortment of Witches, CloCks
mid Jewelry tin had Ind for sale: f
'fiondersport, June 30, 1859.-43. •
Ad_tikinisltrator's Notice._ ..
vvliggEk3 letters ofadmin s tratlon on the
estate of ISAAC rtAtios, late of Bingham
tcitrOfts'rottge, t.ohnty, deee7sied; Inge. hien
granted to the undersigned, all persons in
dehted id said ' estate are requested to make
imaiediafe Tr:quint ; 'end those having:claims
againit the'btune ;till - present them,
thentienteti; far settlement. • •
_ ,THOMAS . cOIiSDN.
gingham Jan• 6; 181i0.-1--18t144
11 S. COLWELL trill pay Call for FURS
jj/ s and,StW.P PELTS. ..ilso, - for OATS.
Coudersport, Oct. 26, 1859.
Di.4 3 1'44 forlififre..br • • •
" . 4:* 3 TB B B '
Main-s:bove. Tiard , ISt.,
__BOO - lit LOWS,
DOCKETS- - • •
. = LEDGERS.- • - ; -
- DA'fBOOK.3- • .-
D,LA.II I ES: ••
Greek; -Latin, French and German' Teat-
Books; • • ,
ScAvoi Books'its&i in •ilie Counts,
kept on ii.cill4, or . procarred
tyke); desired -
Ilagazines or any Perludizula supplied when
good az-•sortment of Paper, Envelopes,
Pens anclinks. Also, of Wall-Papers, Draw
ing Materials. Water 'Colors,
PRAYER HYMN BOOKS, or varions kinds.
MUSIC-BOOKS AND SHEET-NIUSID.
Slates, Rulers. Back-Gammon Boards Chess
Men, &c., PRODVC,B of all kinds taken
in exchange for Books, kr. fll-341
PORK : , - lIAMS,
It li D
131[111LLIPS, CLARK Ei; 113R0.2 of
are Pact.lug. a !Tery large
amount ;If Park from the: choicest frogs of
tl:e North, and they promise to UNDERSELL
others, for Cash. They have. also, a large.
stork of Dairy Butter, Dried Apples, and eve
rything in the line of Groceries. Salt. Boots k .
Shoes, Rubbers and Bnfralo' Overshoes. for
Ladies and Gentlemen. From $l,OOO to
500 worth' of
which will be sold some 25 per cent. less than
csa be had elsewhere, to clo.e out the stock.
Straw and Root-Cutter..
A new patent.: It needs only to be seen to
recommend it to all, as it will cut by a Ibot
treadle, sera -4, crga-stalks aTid ail hinds 'of
t.—The highest market twice raid for
first :;13:'5.5 Rived and sawed VIT'SGLES.
(Successors to cla.r}: the
"OLD REGULATO. t."
Dee. 2S, 1651.-16
NOTICE is hereby given that, as i
tratrix of the Estate of Samuel Gee: Jr.,
deceased, and by virtue of an Order made by
the Orphans' Court in and for the County of
Potter, made on the 23rd day ,of December,
A.. D. 1859. and to me directed, I slaallexpose
to public sale or o ttcry. at the Court House
id the Borough of Coudersport, Clounty of Pot=
ter, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on
the 20th day of Feb. A. D.. 1860, at 1 o'clock
to the highest or best hiddei, all the
es.vos., right, title, interest arid claim of the
said Samuel Gee. Jr., dec., In the following
des,ribed real estate, to wit:
One- lot of abont 80 acres, situate in the I
Tuwnsl.ip of Allegany, Cdurity of Potter, until
State of Pennsylvania, bounded on the north
by lands of the estate of S. M. Fox, deceased.'
on the east by lands lately owned by T. J.
L. C Presho ald land 3 of the - estate of S. M.
Fox, deceased, on the south by the lands of
Bingham's Estate, and on ins west by Lands
of Isaac W. Howe, being the east part of lot
No. 87.0 f the allotment of the lands of the
estate of 5: 11. Fox, cree.eased; in said Town
ship.-LALSO—The undivided One-half Ilan
of a lot In-Roulet Township. in said Cou'uty.
containing fifty acres. and liounded as follows:
Begioniug at a point on the North Bank of the
Allegheny Rtver. being the Snuth-west corner;
of a lot surveyed to Simon Kimbe, thence 138.5 1
rods to a post in the south line of the Ives
lot. thence west 68 rods to a-post. thence south
810.4 rods to a post on "th e North Bank of the'
Allegheny. River,' thence up the River to the
place of beginning. being part of 'Warrant No.
2143; of which about 30 acres'are improved. I
on which is erected' one frame house and one.
frame barn, rind with an apple orchard there-1
on. - SAMANTHA FRESH°, .Adra'.r.
Coudersport. - Jan. 19th. 1860.
JUST 'RECEIVED BY
C. H. SIITIVIONS
Cash and Short-Tinte Buyers.
lAn NOW RECEIVING my Fall awl Winter.
stock, which embraces everything usually
kept by a Cuurary.Slerchnnt—
_DßY GOODS, .
BOOTS rj- SEIOLS, .
READY-MADE CLOTRING; '
A T'S 4- CAPS, •
all of which will.* sold it low figures for
cash orappro - :ed credit. . .
GOOD TEAS FOR 45 CENTS,.
tad/de Fine Cringrete anctother Gaiters, front T 5
ea. to $l,OO.
MENS' STOQA . BOOTS, $2,56.
CAW? - 3,65 .
• FINE:Diq LAINES, • •26
GOOD 'AWNS, " " 124
end all other gpodsin• proportion, for 'Ready
Pay or roost kinds: ' ' '
jjEr Cash paid fret QOOD LUMBER.
• C. H. SIMMONS.
Oswayo. Oct. 1859. 7 ,L43-Iy. •
-Furritture For : Sale.
BOUT HuNDgErk DOLLARS worth
.11. of Forilitare can be •bought at reduced
prices, the sarne'consisting of one Book-Case,
oee Dinoing-Table,.bne Center.:Tableand two
Viroilc=Tahles: •Those todebted tome on se
count will please pay to-day rather-than to
morrow—which latter never comes. Produce
of all kinds-taken as poi. at Market' priees.
FRANZ M. JANSEN; Cabinet Maker. '
Coudersport; Jan. 24; . '
1 • , 11 , 4lt. L
" . • A 4& c .
A SPLENDID ASSOOTX.ENT•Of'
bR DS ' Y GOO
of all t fliacriptions that 2, portsig.t.4 Ladies' aiad
r e M1 : 5 1.7t
SILKS., • I is
,MERItt r i.E.S.
DEOC.H.E. SHAWLS, • -
In everything .
1 ' ' CASSIMERES..
• --SATINETTES, ,
BEAN' ERC LOT . H.
• SEI EEP:S RAY:,
yESTINOS, . .
SHEET-INGS. - Efg:, EEC.]
And this day receiCed, a fnl l l l asiortrheat of
at iv — holes:lle •nr retail.COPS,'BrCK
WI.IEAT, BEANS, OATS. and POTATOES'for
sale. 'Just reclived; 29 l4eld, good
assoitnient • •
' I BOOTS &
. - HATS & CAPS,
used it'll the County, S ALTIIIMRY, VIV.EN
TINESIdze.—an .1 on uu . - ,...arge you
. A PROFIT.
N. El—C.-ash Paid for .111.D45, PELTS anrd
E-L 7 RS4
Ulysses. San. 23, 1560.— , -20
katkrakt, CAI ,
-I nACE JEST RECEIVED '.
a fu and complete assor.tmerrt of
1 , FALL an d WINTER
' 7 l
Which they will sell cheap £l5 c.i.-e be hone.;,,
n the county. Alsv t ;;;;-+(l'etnek. of
WROOERIES, • • ;.
CROCKERY, &c. ,
Thy sell fc,r-READY PAY nnly, and -c0b
tecine My can afford to Fell for -..
than .surtl. net being obliged to make up for
iosseslon bad debts.
all who wish to get the
" WORTH OF THEIR ,
14 ONI E 1,
will Olease.gire ns a call. . • .
ALL KINDS OF; PRODUCE
T.A.Z.EN -•iT A. (OOD PRICE.
N. ll—We carry on 'hi
e business of
BLACKS 3 MIING*..
as usiial,-ai. the ohl stand. of B. I.4WjS, where
An kiiids of ,
•1 , -
.airing and, repairing
will ie done, from Mill irons to a pairs of
Tongs„nr -a Chain LiUls. Good and careful
',l-TORSE-5,130.V.RS . .
will attend to that branch 8f the business...
- • LAIk.P.ABEEi LEWIS & CO..
LeWiscille, Nor. 5, 1859.r•—114.11V-.
\GEf).. T. 'VFAAREN,
ManufA.ctiiner of•rn4 DeaX4 is
••-• - • • 7
. -1 FINI.:),INQr,. &0.,. •
.IiqHOLESA.LE 'AN? BET 3.1• L,-
51ain-',St_reet; nearly opps4o- Baldwin Bros.,
• WELLSVILLEI N. V.
IDIP'ORTANT: ANNOuNCEDIEZT !
.8.007. al, SHOE
5T40.14E • _
ma,ni Street, (nearly oppAite Baldwin
&14 1 .3r05! Grocery.)
BOOTS. AND SHOES CHEAPER THAN EVER!
• Terms Cavil Only.
Proprietor of the above eitalilishinent
J.. buying I:en:lined flora New Yorl6vitii
a largo and,spiendid.stocis of • .
Ell 0 - 0 T S`H : O E S
er i -ifinZfuli 0,-
is ncl,m- offering .the'sa;ine prices'inuch lower
than. they have ever before been offered.
o 'l wing to his superior advantages:in Y:
Cit y , he it enabled topprshass good Sat nanch
lontr rateatbau othsr houses in the same line.
!hiving flu l Ageniin the'. naarliet it;! - Seiir,tork
! he is!enabled fiom •tinoito time to'take
adVantage of the riie,:nd failof thn,rnarkei,
anal thurdiataitioodar'at re ‘ rrloW Ggnrga
.onli,tiec,:eisari 'to call, to beConTinoed
of the,abo7e'fadls:: :
Strict attehtionyald ,to.orders. •
- GEORGE T. WARREIC*
1.;-,NOTICE "" Ntrrict:
LL those indebted to l thesubscribii,elthir
by tio qr by gook i snve
11FTV PEW, .paying
iadebtedoess"before the first:4l4.y nrifan-_
u ?Ty 4 ‘ Efoii;' _ yot kilt; 'can thia l so4,
ing be made?", ." In costs for you aqd 'Fie to
puy, if we fiat . ° i'Artif.by Shut
, JOFIN '
''' °- • 7 , :. ODICLCAL SALERATITS.
• lr.iianfitctirktfrrtdiann sail.)
. sad- ts . prepared entirely' different
frobsioiher Selerata.s. ';41.1..t4,e.. del-1
eteripus,rnatter extracteAkt,kist. - fka;
titian er as. to, producefitittii,Discria,l
and all bf etiti...!
: mining a] particle Cif-Salerritni whip! '
Ithe - Bmid ar eake'is baited,; ttiere
by prod.ucing wholesomp resisita.— ] :
,Eiry particle of Saleratits is turned;
"to, gitsandpasses through the Bread]
lorricuit - niirile Baking; /on.sequent-,'
Ilir not hi rig - remains but conismon Saki
litater and:Flour ;Toni•illieadilyl
!rceive Iny tile, taste of his Safer::-]
us that it is entirely, di :trent from
l'ailiFr Saler;tus: ".-- 'l. : ' 1
f - It is' packed in'isiao pod papers.]
reach wraponr branded: i' B. T.. Bab-]
bift's -Belt Itiedicinal Faleratsys.; al-
Ise, pictare, twisted loaf: of bread,
tri 0313 &hiss of,tiervescirig water on 76
Ithe top. 1 When you purchase' one,
, limper Ton sh,ofildpreserye toe wrap-7 , • •
!per, old-he particular] to get the: • '
rtext - exactly : like the first—rbrand asl
Full directithts torrialsing Bread gs
•with this - s.i..tteratus and Sour Milk
:or Cream-Tartar, will :accarnpanf
leach package; also, directions for; ASS
irdaking all kinds of- Pastry; also,-
.for naitkihr. Soda Wate; and Seid.2]
Ili.= Poirders. : . 70
1 ' .I.f3tE YOUR OWN SOAP, I
I ' wlru
B. T. BABBITT'S PURE CONCES-1.
Warranted- double the ,streagt, h
ordinary Potash 'pat up i,i cans . --'. 68
Ib.. .2 lbr.. 3 lbs.., 51bs and: i 2 11:15.1
kith foil -directions- far saki:l4.
Herd ..and ,Sofe Se p. Causu.vrer.-I,_AND
tciil find cheapesregtasb.
70 Manuilitic•77,e and fa-. gale bg . 70
C 8 and 70- Wnshirigtan-street,
New York, and No_ 38 India-nrecti .
i ; HEI:EAS -the Hon. P:obert G. White
President Judge, end v the Hons. Joseph
Ma.and G. G. Coirin, Associate Judges of
the Courts of ,Gyer & Terminer and General
Jai Li!krery. Quarter Sessions. of the Pence.
Oft haus' Court an - d Court of Cont:nan -Pliois
for he CountYs of Potter ; hare . issued their
pre ept, bearing date the tWelfth day of
Jannf.rr, in the year of our Lord one thou
sand eight hUndred and sixty, and to me di
rectled, ...•r holding _a Courtof Oyerand Term
ineri and Ganeral Jail Deiirery. Quarter See
sitiT of the Peace, Oruh:sue Court. and Court
of ommon Plens, in the Borough of Couder.-
sport, on •MaNDAY. the 4 .....9.1:. my of Feb
rual+y, next; and 1--n continue doe week :
liOtice is thereibre : , tere.ty giren to the Cor
oner-, Justices of. the Pea•ie and Cunstahles
witl in the county. that they be then and there
in t eir proper peraons, at 10 'o'clock A. M. of
sal.day, with their rolls. records, inquisi
':n.aminations, and other'remembr.antes.
oo do those things s% hick to their offices ap
pertkin to be done. And those who are bollnd
by their recognizances to 'prosecute against
the prisoners that are or shall. be in the jail of
said county of Potter, are to be then and there
to prosecute against them as will be just.
: Dated at CornrasPoßT. Tan. 12, 1860:and
the 84th rear of the Indep cadence of the United
States of America.
WM. F. BURT, Sher:ff.
ITIAE Ca:PARTNERS - HI? hitherto existing
: between the subscribers nn..ier the fir= ol
Kenyon, Wilkinson Grs,res, is hv intitun:
consent dissolvi..d. The Books .and Papers
'otes, ,te. of the f.r,n are in .the bands of C
C. }rayon, who is•authorized to settle the
Isrtme.- C,.‘ KENYO:s7,
• • P. G.
J. H. GLUVES.
0 r.-ityo, Pee. 14th 1859.
- g§r"Tbe business will t?e'leo.ginTf#ll-at
old place G. -. K . enyort, where te, rh s
sale6aarrJ H. Graves., will be found at all limes
(Sunday excepted) ready and willing to wait
on Fastomers Thankful
. for the patronage
bestpwed upon the late firm be hopes by at
lent.ou to l his lousiness to iner;t coLtinuance
of e 'same.
P. S. All kinds of Provi=ions. Groceries. &c.,
contantly on band, cheap for READY PAT.
Shingles: and all Rinds of Produce
taken in exchange for Goods at their market
price- Cass not refused : i
rgIHOSE persons who bare unsettled accounts_L With the firm of Kenyon, Wilkins.en &
Gra - es, or NOtes not paid, will ead at range
the same IMMEDIA.TELT, as the business of the
late firm must be settled without delay.
C. C., KENYON.
fi • VOR, 7' S•CTS !
A CHANCE •
SELDOM OFFERED. .
ANING a large stork of . Goods on
IX . I have determined to reduce tbz priee
so lOav as to he able to clear them oht beton:.
the_ieason is over. - - •
The average reduction in price of the Win
ter Goods will be at least 25 - cents on the
, car. AT THE FIGURES. '
Ines at 18 cts.. former price, 25 ets.
4 11 1 4 / 44 .44 4/ 1 8 1, .1
do. '" 10 " were cheap at 121 "
ki Dress goods, at 22 cts.; . •
which were cheap at 31 cts.
"Merinos, all Wool, at 44 cts„; .
• - which were camp at 621 cts.
a - as:atlas at 35 cts. ; were cheap at 50 cts
" "3; _ " 1 " " "44 cts.
" " 22 " ' " " "31 cts.
Shawls at $6.00_ former; price " ~tB,OO
" - " 5.00 " ' " 6 , 50
" .i , 3,25: " i , -
CLOTHING will be colt}, at a still greater
reduetioa for cash,_ ' , .
Orer Coate - red üb - ed from. $15,00 -1o• $ll,OO
"-• ", 4 '. , ".. lO,OO t o'- 7,00
Ii tt . u la- 5,50 . 3,7.5
- And , a' fine stock - isf'Dress and -Business
Coate. Pants' , anti Vests ata great redaction;
11 . oTS &SHOES,
HATSj o & CAPS, .
AI ery cheap; especially for Cash. Cell'and
• e'clivitsct d•thattlierCduCtimi is':real — tiot
ma . incry . ;. 2. p.. - r.. ommgy. -
c9i4frxioit,:i.tui,:*,4B§ , li : Lf:: .r:,
FOR- SALE;L.,- tiE A
E PAIR OP Bilß- - SLEIGH`Sai,d it. TWO
EORSE_ UNG SE,EIGII: Fut partici: , '
call upon cr apron'
- I ,* P, A- stEnsma.
is a imastitabaitatitsease. , , - terms
this - fluid becotar
'walk; atel'isoosiTlte2Tg2lt the ,-
.prrintilit• the -whole 'body; and
&soft an, say pas! of it:
'from its tittias;flor there oaf
not destroy!.7:44 $crog 1 :1 10 1 1 P so
eaitsed" by mercurial d4=ease, low
`ordirted" or_uhhealtlir food; Ji ll : 4 , l2re
lank filthy .habityi.thc 'deptesnng
;ahoie all, hy the. venereal infqctol.
.aver be its origin:it illieeeditary
atipttiorU descendjng PanIDU
unto the third and fourth generation;
it seems' Sci-he 'the rod xrim,
visit- the iniquitiew of, the,Enbe r4
their children." •-
effects corarcenettbi ClepOsitli„
blood of :orrntpt or tdoinra ;matter, vsl
the• Tongs._ liver. and internd organs,
tubmcles in . the &tub. - swellings;
the s t ream eruptions or sous. This
ruptk.n, which genders in. the blood,
the enrx cs of life, so that--
la 2: I
lions alit only snffer from
plaints. but they tairelar kss
stand: the atta4s of etbzi
quentiv,-, yea Muadsms
'which, not scroftilons is
are still . rendered fatal. by thii .taint
system. -3lczt at the consumption W
cizaat the:bun - lan family has its orb'
in this scrofulous contamination
destructivediseases of .the-liier, kid
and, indeed, of all the. onga, ns..ari ,
are aggavaterl by the'same manse.
One quarter of all ourpeople -
their persons are invaded by:
feCtion, and 026 r - health is underznini
To Cleanse it from thesystem we must
the blood, by an alterative naedicine,
viaurate. it by heghly aud
Such a medi'eute , n - e supply ist
Compound 'Extract of Sarsai
tha matt . effectual remedy which the ,
skill' Of our tunes can devise for this
'where prcr , .ling and fatal malady. It'
blued from the most active remedialso
been disco"eredlor the expurt, , ation of
disorder from the blood, ••=d the rest,
cyst= - fro..a its destructive cc,
itepoe it.K"muld 'cc employed for
us:Ft=oral; but -ilk) those
tizrns which, aris, from it, each as
and SEIN DLSTASTS, Sr. ASTIIC,
Rim; or ERTKPELAII. Putmes,
BLIYIVTLES, BLairsrs and Boas, Trettotut,
and -Si Itners. Sc.tus Hrsa,. Rts(
Ezzysikm.sr, Srinst.rie tut. Mieciarts
nases, Tonok - sY, Drsrarsta, Drintrrr,
indeed, ALL COMPL.4I ICIS Maser° non, 1
rzn on Dunne Biocin. The populsi
in " impurity of this bioo4" is founded
fez' Fm - o:,14 is a degeteratif the bloc,
par/lc-411z purpose End virtue of this
rilla is to purify end regenerate this Tit
witileut Nadel: sound liwlth is inner
Ayr's Cathartic P 1
FOR ALL THE REFUSES OF A FAMILY
are so composed that disease within the
their action can rarely withstand or etc
Their - penetrating preperdes search. ap
and in:lgor-ate every ),,,ttin of the hue
ism, correcting its diseased action, ant,
its bralthY Nitalities. As Arettastr i teace
prQperties, the invalid - who is bowed tic
hsin or physical debility is' astonished to
ealth or energy restored by a.rernedy at
si=j4c and intinsg. -
:Not only do they cure the erery-day cc
of every body. • hat also many formidi
daigermts diseases.. the agent below 7
pleased to fernialt; ta
grads r Asi . irican
containing certifieates of their ewes and I
for their ore M the &Mowing Complaints •
refs, Health:ten, Headache arsine front
Stomach, Nausea, Tndige.eion, Nen is GI
Inactien of the Betcets, Flattaenelt.,..f.ets
tite, Jata.diec, and .r.ter kindrez col
trisinit from a low state of the body or of
of its har.:::l3ZE.
Lyer's Cherry Pe
AMU. T 13;" RAPID , C 72 OF
COTlg n hs? . c'!l3ldF., Inftnetrza,
tion, and for the'relief of Consul
Patients in ' advanced stages ei
disease. • , ..•;, , •
So.wide is the field of its usefulness ant
merous are the cases of its cures, the'
every section of country-abounds in. per
liar kr.own, who have been restoredfrom
and • even Zospera t te diSeases of the lum
use. When once tried, its superiority c
otherMedicine-of•its kind is too apparent
observation; and where its virtues "are -km
.nci longer hesitate what antidote
for.the distressing and dangerous offer'
inion.rp organs - that are incident to
While many inferior remedies=' thrust
community have failed And been easel
has gained friends 14 every trial, confer
on the afflicted they can: !saver forge
diced cures too numerous and. too
be forgotten. .
DE. 3, . V. AYER lk,
Sold by S . :lila& jONES, and D
.Ccindersport . :: COBF.Y SON:1
A.. B. NORTON;. •Utishingvßle ; lie
NICITOLS, Millport ; C. H. SIMMONS, 00
and by. all If Crchants and Druggiits.
sultiscribirs take thit met
11. t fortning•ttt,eir friebds that they=
ceipt of, and ire now'ppening, a am
de - sirable stock' ' , • .
STAPLE ;#,ND FAXIDT D.R.7' 0001
to which they incite .the attention of
desire lo make purchases. 0 - nr,stoc
has beert4electod,with great cure. all ,
tictilierly, adapted to the.,..vrants of this
of .our.ceiuntrj, C.kusstoik, of pp; cc
sistS of -
DRESS GOODS, TRIESIIN GS. RIESV
EMBROIDERIES, i PARASOL
,• -,IOLOTIIS . , CASSIMERES
_ TESTINGS. DO
- . 81 - IIRTMGR,
LINENS, PRINTS, • ;
and a "rariety'of other articles, too
to mention. We have also .a Compl ,
all ofwhicii Will be told'iinnonSnionli
(Or' ready par, and for ipiiroted
reasonable 'terms as any.nther:establii
'l 4 / 4 ,11 - .KAN I CF
. 1lillport; Au g ir 184.-4:13
CARRIAGE Ir - WAGON.•MAKB r 4
-Pltiftßßl Cadersport, Potter Co.
this Meth otrof informing the puT
lie-in general-that he is proper
.ta do all - work - in his line with p)
In`a-ivork'man=like inahneri atfd
. Repairing invariably required , on der
the. work: Imo, All, kinda
'`taken. on aeOnist orWeirk.