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THE POTTER JOURtiAL,
Pvpktsniri. EVESY TH cusoiy 31-Oit2CING,
Thos. S. Chase,
TO whom all Letters and Cou.nnunications
- - zikould bs addressed 7 to ecure uttentjou.
.Terins--Invarlably in Advance:
81,25 per Annuni. .
UUMMUSSIMMUSISMUU ... Tumunsunumisuma
: As the season for making bay is ap•
proaching, we will give a few words of
caution in advance. Don't dry your lzoy
too muck. -Hay maybe dried till it is as
worthless. as straw. As a ;loud coffee
maker would say, “Don't burn your euf
fee,-but brown it;" so we say, don't dry
your bay, but cure it. Our good old
mothers, who relied on herb tea, instead
of "potecary medicine," gathered their
herbs when in blossom and cured them
in the shade. This is the philosophy of
making good bay. Cut in the blossom,
and cure in the shade. Tad sugar of the
plant, when it is in blocru, is in the stalk
ready to form the seeds. If the giant is
cut carlier,•the sugar is nut there.; if la
ter, the sugar has become couverteci to
Hay should be well wilted in the sun,
but cured in the evek. Better to be a
little too green then too dry. If, on put
ting it into the barn, there is danger of
"heating in the mow," put on some salt.
Cattle will like - it none the less.
Heat, light, and dry wind.; will soon
take the starch and sugar, which tensti
tute, the goodness of hay, out of it ; and
with the addition of a si.ower, render it
shnest.worthless. Grass cured with the
least exposure to lie drying wind, and
searehkg sunshine, is• more uutritiuu,
than if longer oaposed, however gned th e
weather may be. if ever cured, it eun
talns more woody fiber and less nutritive
The true art of bay-teaking, then, con
sists in Cutting the grass when the starch
and sugar are•most Mk - developed. and
before they are converted into :..ced and
woody fiber; and curing it up to the
point when it x•;11 answer to put it into
the barn without licating and no ufore.
Oh iv Fa rm
DRAINING SWA7II' LANDl.i.—:kir. J. D.
tii unatuton writes of Lis' eii,tcrience in
draining, swamp lands as tollows :
••I. draintA a snat.ll piece of sunup last
spring, large enough to plant almost 2
bushels of potatoes, three sets to tile
and out of that small piece I sold SO bush
els, and used considerable of ilium in t'. - .e
house and fed the small ones to'ilie pigs,
and they wet e twice cut down with the
frost in the Spring, and killed in the Fall
while ie rigor; but for these casuaiitie
1 think they would have almost doubled
that amount. I have now cleared and
drained a large picee, sullicient perhaps
to plant 30 or 40 bushels, and carted the
muck from the drains up to a niece of clay
loam, where-I iucend planting my early
potatoes and apple trees."
FEW men are willing to look at tri.:
independence as they ini:_sht in the huro-
Great Tornado in L'ovlva and Lit.
jittois—Abotzt Ii;50 t'ersons
Mlle( and MO Injured.
CII.ICAGO, Tu . e,qlziy, „lull,: 5. 1
From telegraphic messages received
herelast night and this-a ()ming, we learn
the following further particulars in regard
to. the tornado of Sunday nictning
The first that was heard of it was be
tween Marion and Ccclar in-Lynn
County, lowa, going non h-west and south
east in three difforcut our: mos, rossing
the truck of the Chicago, luwa, and Ne
braska Railroad several titra.s. -•
At Lisbon Station, the depotiuildinp.; ;
and all the ,warehouses in the village, weft-,
A train of ten freight cars. heavily
loaded, was lifted front the track bodily
and dashed to pieces.
Before the tornado reached Lisbon it
batl,ltillecl sixteen persons: From there
oh& chrient of the storm passed north
through Mechanicsville, demolishing ev
erythinoo in its 'course, and killing sixteen
Another current,toolt in its course On
ion Grove, killing in that vicinity seven
It then passed south of the railroad
near Dewitt,killiug twenty-seven persons,
sixteen of whotu betouged. to the family
orTlionuis Hatfield. Ihti current then
paslcd South of, llowinersea and Law
the house of. David illy
lard, killing him and a portion of his
- It. then ktfitclf the town of Camanche,
on the tie Elver, at which point
the WS of life is much greater. than was
nt, first Stated.. From all accounts, ,there
cannot-be less than fifty-five killed at this
plaCe. Some reports state even a largo
nuMbei-Iliut the bodies cannot be found.
There arc also I"_s wounded, some par
and 10 missing.
A large lumber raft from the Chippa
wa Ricer, mantled by a crew of 2.1 men,
with two_ iromin on board, - Which was
tied oppi)site Cain:niche at the time
oft.he tornado, was.completeiy scattered,
and 21 of the raien.and , both wothen were
The - nam es the
,dead at : Cm
far,as lii . have been able tc,Olitoin them,
Mrs.Ainelia and sow,' G. C
Westphall,. :Elizabeth Wesiphall. and"
liannan'elf.nan, - Marv- tireeuleaf,
Elizabeth Raihbene, D. 'Waggoiren_D.
.Mity -Foss, Eli. Milson; :His.- George
Bartaball, Mo. "Ssaleuburg, George
Arp, .McKcnrick,'Jaeob Meyle, Au
gusta. Meyle and child, a child of G. W.
Chase, a child of W.'' White, Herman
There were nianc others.not.ldentlfied.
Six persons in the family of li. Ses
sions, proprietor of the'llilliard •House,
were badly injured.,
- A (loop - man who has seen much-of
the world nand is now tired of it, says
!•The graird essentialsliappiness. in
this life are, - something to do, i , onietling
to love, and something to hope for:"
OLMSTED •&.- KELLY'S -
c", TORE can always be founa the best of
0. Cooking, Box and Parlor
Alen, TIN and SHET-IRON WAIIE. POTS,
KETTLES. SPIDERS, SCOTCH
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
s.neli as PLOWS, SCRAPERS. CULTIVA-
ToRS, CORN-SIIELLERS, HORSE-R.II(ES,
is well made and the material go - od. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the 'County—Terra; easy. Ready Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
Rouse, Coudersport. Ana. 1, 15.59.-50
50,000 Copies already Sold.
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The Law of Patents, with
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Ilow,to make your Will, and
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wen everywhere, in selling the
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Nc GIT Sarcrinm :. 4 treet,
Smith.P. Finch, No. 47 Sept. Term, 18i•2,
LIBEL IN DIVORCE.
Betsey- Finch, A Subpcena nnti /11i , 18 Sub
pcena flaying been issued and returned
notice is hereby given to the Respondent to
appeal at the nett Court of Common Piet* of
Potter county, to be held on the 18th day-of
Jane, 1860; to answer the complaint of the
Libellant in this case.
M. F, BURT, Sherif.
Coudertport, May 18, 1860.
Adminisqrtors - Notice.
EITERS of administration, to the estate
1..41 of Era Howl:, late of Allegany township,
deceased; having been granted to the .under
signed, all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same, will
present them, duly authenticated for se.ttle
nient, to - A DAME S HOWE, 1 .. A •
. E. W. BENTON. j cial"'
Allegany, May 28, 18.130.-36.
• C. 11. WARRINER,
I_IIAVING rented a windoecin thB Store pf
11 B. S. Colivell, one door east of the Post
office. is prepared to REPAIR WATCHES •or
JEWELRY on the:shortest notice and in the
most worktenn-like manxicr. 'Having a new
.siiperior stock of tools, and a large expe
rience in the_ busirieas, Offer my professional
services to this cominuninty, hoping that= my
promptness:a:id strict attention to my iegstiinate
calling ivill secure me a liberal patronage.. - I
give special attention td cleaning,and repair
ing pL9pKs and Watches ; no pay wilt
be requited - unleis the Workis . datisfactorily
done. Terms, Cash on delivery of-work. •
Cendstsport,.3lay 3, 1860. -
What . :verybody Wants.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR:
SIMPLE REMEDIES, EASILY OBTAINED,
FUR rtik; CLAW. OF DISEASE•' IN •
- BY - .
PROFESSOR• HENRY S. TAYLOR, N. D.
IT TELLS YOU low to attend upon the sick.
and Low to cook for them;
„ ..: ..
how to prepare !mu/is.
. Poultices, .kg,., and how
to guard against infection
from Cort . tgious Diseas
IT TELLS YOU 'Of the various disc Uses of
Children, and gives the
best and simplest mode
of treatment Ourinx
Teethinz. • Convulsions,
ebnc . ,h, Measles, &v.
IT TELLS YOU
The svmptimi of Croop,
cholera lufaro.uw, Colic
Diarrhum, \Vora's. Sean.
ed Bead, Ringworm,
Chicken-pox., ke., an d
gives you he beet reme
dies for their cure.
The - sympto-os of Fever and
Ague, and Billions, Yel
low, Typhus, Scarlet and
other Fevers, and gives
you the beet and simplest
remedies for their cure.
The symptoms of influenza.
Asthma; Dropsy, Gout,
IT TELLS YOU
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Erisipelos. e.. anti gi% es
you the best remedies fur
The 'upturns of Chideri
-.Morbus, .M.iligryini CllOl
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era, Sin:ill-pox,. Dysen
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the Bladder, Kidneys, :Ind
Liver, and the best rem
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The symptoms of PleurisV,
Ah im pl. s , Neuralgia, Apo
plexy Poralysis, the a
riwis Li<c es o f t
Throat, Teeth, Ear. awl
Eye. and lie hest reme
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Jatindice, Piles, Rupture,
Dise,ises of the Heart,
Diseases, Anil fly.lroplio
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remedies for their cure.
Toe hest and simidest treat
ment for Wouoils, Broken
Dunes and Di-locations.
Sprain-, L Icljan. hoer
Stites, While utllin a.
Cheers, Whitlows. Boils.
Siairvy, Burns and :Scroll-
IT TELLS YOT:
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Of the various diseases of
Women.. of 01H:1-birth.
utol of ?I e ti st rtia t
Whites, Ih:re:mess ; kc.,
and gives the best
and retuedie:, for
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above work, as oar inducements to till such
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F.,r the Es:STANT
rinj 41 • RELIEF and PER
A'N ENT ccR
of this disCressing compiniut, use,
FEN I - T'S
BRONCHI AL CIGARETTES,
Made by C. B. sEy m out CO., 107 NAS
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sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS:
LIST OF CAUSES.
Put down for trial at June TerM, 1860, of the
Court of amnion Pleas of Potter County.
Purdy, for use, vs. P. B. Dedrick,
Jones, " Jackson & Rees.
Jones & Co., " Wo..droclt.
Jones,. use of Platt, "FL Ellis.'
Bl:overt Brothers, .4 Wood: ' .
Jones & Bru., " Lord.
Brenneman, " Barclay.
Same, . " - Sante. .
Jones & Bro., " Culp,
Jackson School Dist., " Rohrabacher, - ct al.
Spalftyd, - " Starkweather,
Jones, " J. W. Smith,
By :td. " C. S. Jontis i Adm'r..
Hydorn, " Milts.
White, " 11, Stevens, et. at.
Jones & Bro., 4 . -Woodcock,
Hughes; " Johnson,
CUrtis., Frwin &Brooks, " Aylsworth,
Hughes, " Foster,' -
A. H. Ford,
." S. M.Mills, '
Pehrce, . . : " LUdding,tom
Dcwns, " . Wood,
Wharton, . " Smith '
• , .
Cavanaugh,. i. Jones & Bro.
Same. - " Jones.
Ices. ci..al., .. " Hart.
Sante, " Same, •
Hughes, " " M'Conneli.
Owen, ,- .. M.:l nard.
Haven, .4 Rossiter. .
Parker. " Bake.; • •
Stevens, use of Bailey," Monroe.
Lewis,guard of Hawley, " Russlll, .
Pike Township,- 1. " Kilhourn, .
Same,' - - -" B. Johnson,.
Wood, - • " Ellis,
.Gridley, — " & Dwight, '
Cone, " J. W. Smith, -
Jones & Brother, . " Kilbciurn, ..
• IT. J.OI.,MSTED,; Proth'y
Coudersport...Nay 9, 1960.
.Joel Haskins,. Nu. 45 Sepi. Term, 185 J.
IN ntvartett. • .
Almina Haskins, J A Snbpcena and.aticisSub
pcena haviug, been issued aiid returned
notice is heretiy.given to ,the Respondent. to
appear at the next Court of Common Pleas of
Potter tounty to be held on the 18th dt4 of
June, 1860,, to answer the complaint of the
libellant in this case.• • .•
.• - .
MI. F. ITR:l' r Shoff.
CouderEpott, MiLy IS, 1860.. -
"- 1. Manufacturer of vat' ealerin
• . •
Ah 7 ,
IWBOLESALE AND RET AIL,
316in-Street, nearly orposite I Balthrju : Bros.,
• •I WELLSVILLE.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT !
:• C D n
U 1 % 3 ri I) cr)
k'U tj 0 td
s * (.3
A i 9•
:Vain Street, (nearly opposite Bohltriy
4: Bros.' Grocerg.) "We: -
gilu ?ill Y.
BOOTS ANO SHOES CHEA PE R THANEVER!
Terms CaNII Only.
rrIITE Proprietor of the above establishment
11.tving just returned from New York with
ttlit , Lry and splendid stock of
:r 72.ratlier r gitiaing &e.;
isi:iow - . offerin g ; the sumo at ptices much lower
thin they have ever before' been otrered.
Owing to his superior advantages in N. Y.
Citn he is enabled to pin-eh:is l e goMPgat much
linker rates than other hotr,e.F. in the same line.
an .L. , : ent in the nral;et in New York
City, he is emild-d from time to time to take
advant.!ge c! the ri,e tad f.dh of the market,
and thu:, obt.tio very lour figures.
It is only nece. , :ia...0.0 call, to be convinced
Of the nbc,‘ e f:Lcts.
Strict attetitir , ii paid to oril(rs:.
A call is rtspectliilly solicited
IN 7 t.UFA - Hie. Jan. 20, 1,,u0.-211
r ) •
sc Le, —) 4
IN OSWAYO VILLAGE
THE PROPRIETOR HAS
Just Received from New York
Largest and Bost
&O de, of GOO&
EVER OFFERED IN
no assortment emi§iits of
I-) X - GOODS,
HaiS nd Cans
Boots 4 Shoes,
Evi DAVA R E, CROC,IKJ RY,
1 . am deteraiined to sell goods as low as
they cal , he purchased in Wellsville. Hav
in,tirureha,ied for Cash, no rents or interest
to:pay, and sellin,; a large amiunt for HEADY
PAY, I am en Oiled to sh.avelhe usual
Prof is with_ my en quitters.
nosing made- arrangement's with some of
tho best horses in the city, goods will he
si?ippe..o to IN .
el:pint:ling me conqamtlr to offer the LATEST
ST'YLES and BEST QUALITIES of Goode.
131:3T GOLD AND _SILV4R. WATCHES
kept on hand for sale. Pedlars supplied on
!GA SII POI?: "G OOD ',LUMBER
di.VD SHINGLES. .
I HAVE ESTALLISHED A
undel, the name auq style of
SIIY M 0 NS & PERRY,
CL/MPL,ETE . GENERAL A . SS . ORT I
lIENT wirbe constantly kept on hand. •
- - C. it. SIXI.IIOSS.
p.iwnyo, April 2, 1860.-Is,elt..
SURSCRIBER has a Farm ; containing
212 acres. which he wishes to sell. Sit4_
.the -town of Sweden, about live mites
frMn the county seat of-Potter Co.; about
acres under a good state of improvement. on
which is growing a young Orchard of vadino
ki4lS of Fruit; it good Barn and Shed; a
- eomlortable . House, with water convenient;
a good Road through it, and to an ecterpris
ing neighbarllod. Soil, Red hale;•§
Bench and Maple : land
. nearly. leyel ; Title
unquestionable. Any person . desiritig tigoqd.
dad cheap property, well adapted for a large
1 Stock and, Sheep F.WEL, '•
cannot do better. *The ettbktrilter desires to
Seil•the same because he is engligedin Other
part combo paid down, and the
lan}ance'on time. Any communication to the
undersigned will be promptly answered.
Address ' JOHN B. SMITH.
Coudersport, Potter co., Pa.
Atay 3, : ' •
IT IS WISDO3I :AUTRT) TOL
I. A V . l 11-.. - :t S'-'E.
O,IIETH:IN NEW. - -41,.. T.' BABBITT'S
Is tualltlitutUro froui common salt.
and - is 'prepared' eat rely different
from . other Saleratus., All the del
eteripui matter extracted in such a
rmauner as to produce Bread,Biscuit,
land all kinds of Cake; without mi
lt:lining a particle of Saleratus when
Itheßread or Cake is baked.; there
!by producing wholesOme results.—
'Every particle of Sale6tt us is turned'
Ito gas and passes through the Bread'
lor Bicuit while Baking;(:arn;:equent-
lir. not remains buticommon Salt,
IW aterand Flour.' 'Vim will readily
;perceive by the taste S,f this Saler:t
hus that it is entirely different from:
It is p.,cked in one pound papers,!
each wrapped branded." •• B. T. Bahl
I hit(s Best Medicinal t'aleratus; al=
IsO,. picture. twisted loaf of breath. ,
!with a glass of efferve?cing water on
'the top. When you ;purchase and
!paper you should pnesrve the wrap-,
: and be particulitr to zet the
!next exactly like the iirst—brand as;
directions for inaking Brmiti GS
;with thi: tialerittus a;nd Sour Milk •
or Cream Tartar, viin accompany;
leach package; also, id:ructions Inc Aso
;making all kinds of yastry ;
;fur necking Soda Water and Seid-:
MANE YOUR OWN SOAP, . 170
B. T. BABBITT'S PLIRE CONCEN- .
Varranted oattble the strength of'
ordinary Pota , h; putl up in cans—loB
1 lb - , lbs , 4)s. and :2
—wi;ll fall direclioni; fur waking'
Hard awl l••;olt. U-nnunier:i Aso
will find :hi, th , .; eheaue,t Petach iu
70 Manufactured and (Fr sale by 70
ii. T. nAnirrr,
Nos GS and 70 Wasliingt.m-street,i
ew YOrk,andNu.::B ludia-gtreet.l
Ir is a fact that. at some period, every Mew
bet of the hinuan famik su'nieet t i di sea , e
ni distal banee of the. bodily functions: but,
with the ,11d of a , c oil torde and the ex'ereise
sd good eounuon sense, theY air be able so to
regulate the s: - stint 115 tol f!ectne permanent
health. du ordet to aucomplish this desirAl
object, the true course to pursue is certain 6.
that winch kill produce a natural state of
things :it the 1 , 2:1-i 11:1Z:itti ofi itch strt iagth and
Vol this purpose. Dr::liostett was in
troduced to this country a mop nation bearing
his name, wui h is not n new annib:itte, bat one
that hos been tried for years, giving satisfac
tion to all who have at eft it. The Bitters
oput ate powerfully upon the stomaela boo els,
and liver, restoring, them to a. healthy and
Vigorous action, and thus, br the simple pro
cess of strengthening nature, enables toe sys
tem to ttdmaph over disaase.
For the cure of Dysimpsiat IteligeStion,
sea, Flatulency. Loss of -Appetite. or any Bil
ious Complabits,arisingfroM a morbid inaction
of the Stomach or tiUWeIS, I rodtleing Cntlops.
Dysentery, Colic. "holes Morbus, &c., these
Bitters have no equal. •
Dianthus,dysent , ry or pax, so generally
contracted by new settlerst'mnd ca nsed
by the change of water and- diet will
be speedily regulated 'be a brief, use of this
preparation. Dyspepsia, ui disease which is
probably more prevalent, !in all its vario us
forms, than any oille”, and pie cause of which
may akvays be attributedto derangements of
the digestive organs, can Ibe cured without
bail by using 110:;lTETTER . :S STOMACiI BIT
TEiL as .per direetiolis r.th the bottle. For
this disease every pbysielati will recommend
Bitters of some hind ; then why not use an ar
ticle known to be it fallible All nations have
their Bitters, as a preventive of disease nod
strengthener of the systern in general ; and
among them all the-re is notito he found a more
bealt,hy people than the Germans, from whom
this preparation emanated, based upon stnen
titic experinfeuts which lut'ie tended to prove
the. value or this great preparation in the scale
of medical science. • '
FEVER AND UE.—ThiS itrying and provok
ing disease, which fixes itslreientless grasp on
the body of man.red tieing him to a mere Shadow
in a shoratime,-and rendecing hint ph) l ,si.:.ally
and mentally useless, can jbe driven &Mu the
body by theuse of HOSTETTER'S RINOWN
ED BIPTERS. Further, tone cf the above
stated diseases can be contracted, even in ex
posed situa.ittas, if the Bit:ters arc used - as per•
directioto3. And as they niither create unuse:'..
nor offend the palate, and render unnecessary
any change 'of d:et or inter ruption of ordinary
pursuits. but r romnte sound sleep and healthy
digestion, the complaint is removed as speed
ily us is consistent. with
. the production of tv
thorough and permanent Cure.
For Persons in Advancerilreer&, who are suf
fering from an enfeebled constitution neci
firm body, these Bitteri 'are invaluable us a
restorative of strength mid vigor ; and need ,
only he tried to be appreciated. ~And to a
mother while nursing tht4e Bitters are ind
pensable, especially wlter4 the mother's no
isluneitt is-inadequate to the demands of I
child, consequently her strength Must yie
and here. it is where a good tonic, each
Hostetter's Stomach Bat*, is needed to im
part temporary strength dad vigor to - the
tem: Ladies should by =mil weans try this
remedy forfalf cases of dehtlity, and, before so
doing. should ask their physician, who, if he
is acquainted with the value of the Bitters.
will recommend their use pi all cases of weak
C.t2.lltiott.—We ciution the public against.
using, any of the many hrUtations or counter-_
Mts., but nek for Bos . itiTTEIL'S CRLtiIIItATED
tiromAin BITTERS, and smi . that each bottle lilts
the words . " Dr..l. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters"
blown on the side
on the metallic cap corergag the corkcand ob
serve that our autograph Isiguature is on the
t_7" Prepared. and soldb y. HOSTETTER &
SkliTELPittsburgti, Pa.; add sold by all druggists,
grocers, and dealers gaairally throttgheut the
United Statie, Canada; Jouth America, .and Ger
many. . - 1
-SMITH JONES; Coulersport. • 7 7 ,
A. COREY & SON; Ulysses.
A. LYMAN S CO., Itotilet. • . 0
POWELL & CHAPIN, Rl,l 6 ;eway.
LUCliri.; WILCOX. 'Buena Vista. - 7_,
' CLOVER laE re. D.
A LARGE QUANTITY] of first quality A
cer Seed can be patchased at the Hard
ware Store of OLMSTED 4 KELLY.
Coudersport ; Feb. 8, 1860.
7R. for ealei : by
.pIEaPESTI, , BEST,!!. ump Est
Pays - for Tuition in,Single and Doul
Buuk-Keeping, Writing, Counnercip'
tic and Lectures.
•Doard $ weeks $2O, Stalk
$7, Tuition $35. - entire
• ex peuseS $(1;2.
:Usual time from G to 10 cve4ks.' E r(
dent, upon graduating., is guitrametal
tent 'to manage the books of :my '
and" qualified to earn a saitry.of Tru ro
- $5OO, to $11...,C0
- Students eater at any time—No Vac
Review at pkasure.
Firn Piensitims For Be i t.liusiness
for 1859. received. at
and Ohio Ste Faits. Also, at the p t ., :
Fairs of the Union tbr the pligt fuer 1r
m%„ Ministers' Sons recejseil at Iht:f ,
Th.)r. Circulars, Specimens. and -1 mbrl
w of the College. inclose live letter,
to • F. IV. JENKINS, 'Pittsburgh,
A - Benevolent institution: ertuldish4 1,1 1:
i'ndownvait, fur the Relit! of the.Sick . e n
treescd, utllicle with Virulent and
Di , ease , , and c.Teciang jut the Cure-.
eases 6/. 114 c Sc-zwa OrpMS.
ERIC AL ADVICE' given gratiii, t j!
Olt Acting Surgeon, to all -who app;
letter, with a description- of their CU
(age, occupation; habits of life, i ke
case;, of extreme po‘erty,
free of charge.
VA LUABLE REPORTS on b . :pert:wo e
:end 'Other Disea o: the Sesina
on the SEIV AMU:AA ES eteplo3 th e
pensiiry, sent to the afTii,ted in,sealed
envelopes, free of civirge. • ' FWD -et
Stamps for post.ige will be-acceptable;
Address, DR. J. SKILLIS HOUGH
Aet I. 2" t fllirgeOn :
outh' Ninth Street, Philiolulph hi, Ps.
dei of the Directors.
EZRA 11.HEARTWELL, Pre.ib
CEO. FAIRCHLLD, :Sec:dory.
T) ) .1
.:;!,2 ,, T
)1)00V:A 6 J.i.5,4.1ti
Main abb - ve= Third
M. Trii A rei Pitoiqurruu.'
I)OOKS, iAPS , G LOBES,
L'L.A N •
! LUG ERS
DA Y- - LOOKS-
a/M . l'Ol4)N.
Greek, Latin, French and Gepana.
All Selma Books itsed in the 0
on hand, or, inrnzediately pn
when - desired -
MagAZIUCS or any. rtribdieals snpplie
A good :is:sorter, ent of Paper. Eno'
Peas and Inks.- Viso, of Wall:Papers,
log Materials, Water •Colors. &e. -
BIBLES, 'l'f STA3IEN
PRAYER it HYMN touKs, of.varinu;
MUSIC-BOOKS AND -SHEET-MUSIC ! .
Slates, Rulers. Bark-Gainrnpn !loath ,
Men, &e:, 5c..111 . 01)13CE of ail kinds t.
in c?xcliang-e for Bunks. &c. (11,31
lATHEREAS the lion. Robert G.
T President Judge, and the Beni.
Mann and G. G. Colvin ! Aszociate Jutl
the Courts of Oyer & Terminer and GE
Jail Delivory, Quarter Sessions of the I
Orphans' Court and Court of Common
Tor the C'ounty of - Potter,- have issued
i)recept, bearing date. the 'seventh*
May, iu the year of our Lord - one t
sand eight, hitudyt'd and sixty, and to mt
rested, for holding a Court of Oyer:tndTi
tier and General Jail Delivery, Quarter
stone of the Peace, Orphans' Nurt, and!
of Column-1i Pleas,in the Utirough of Cot
sport, on MONDAY, the I.Bth day of
next, and to continue oneire;et:
Notice is therefore hereby given to tilt
oners,, Justices of the - Ile:tee and Const
within the county . , that they be then and .
in their proper persons. at-IQ o'clock A.
said day, with their rolls, - records, in'
dons, examinations, and other remenho
to do those things which to their, fee!
pertain to be done.. Aad . 1.1165 e who are!
by their recognizances: to — prosecute el
the prisoners that are or shall be in the,
said coax). of Potter, are to be then:lnt:
to. prosecute •against them as will be just
Dated at CounEttspodr, May 7, Ilia
the 84th year of the Indept ndence of the!
States of America.
VoTicE hereby given:" that roll
IN account has 'been' examined aeill
by me, and remains "filed :in the - 4legi
01:6ce•of Potter county for the insieeti
heirs, legatees, creditors-, and all others.
other tray interested; and will be prest
to the next Orphttns'_ Court of 'said coot
the" Court - House in the Hetough of Cot
port, on Tuesday the 19th. day Of June,
for coafittnation and allowance:
Account of Huid, Adminisi
the Estate of Samuel Hurd, late of
township, deceased. T. IVE,
Coudersport;t, 31;13. 3- '2 1 3 8 ; ClrBr6Eol:l7"Ti;
NEW JEWELRY STORE..
.H. RUTTERWORTH - having Ir
AAA -birazUlf in this Borough, in . the WU
tePeutly occupied - By Dr.
,Ellison. on Mai
opposite the.couri hbuse has opened Iv.
ELRY ESTABLISHMENT, for the fors t
RBPAIR . LNG
WATCHES,. ' •
. - ,CLOCES; ar"
. • - JEW E L)
Having some years' experience in the
nen,. Ifeel contideut in giving the Public
Eup -SATISFACTION. The palronal
tha.publio is ,solicited. Please give met
All work ,warranted'or no pay.
A-gerieral.assortmetit of .Watches;
and Jewelry on-kind au3lor sale.
Con.derspeit„ June 30, lt1),---48.
WM. F. BURT, Eb