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COUDERSPORT, JULY 5, 180
The CiiiiTeisport Academy opened last
Monday with 35 scitolars, and a number
wore are expected to attend. ' - -
.77te "Fourth' iu our village amount
ed to some cannonading frotul A. M. till
'7 P. 31., and Pouffe fire-crackers fired off by
the boys; lots of ; drunk Mel; and two
fights. '11:0 arejliaultful that it atnoing-,
ed to no:little of the kind.
.. rite. Sublicith School:_ Celebration last
Saturday. was INudli. better than the 11,08 t
Pangpinp particinalits Oxnected. the
tittcin:the 'previous bad .made the
*hods datilp, and it was. thought hest to
adjourwthe.exereises until 1 o'clock r.
justoak - of-holding them in 'the fore-
item), as announced. - At 1 o'clock both
* FelivolS:(the Uniomer Methodist, and the
Presbyterian),assembled at 'their respec
tive Churches,- inhere they were formed.
intoirocessions. The Union School then
marched up to the corner of Fifth and
Mait Streets, wheietheY halted, and in a
few moments were joined by'tlie.Presby- .
:terian School, beaded by the Coudersport
Brass 'Band, (the Union School falling
in the rear, in courtesy); the procession
then marched down Main street; making
n fine display, and crossing. the river,
proceeded to a..grore near the old camp
'ground;-wilich had been tastefully pre
paredlor the occasion by the committee
Of arrangements. The banners in the
procession. were truly beautiful and ap
propriate, and done honisr to the hearts,
he a d s and hands of those who gut, them
up. The first in the line was that 'of the
Prc4tbyterian School, (the Only one_ dis
played" by them) white satin, bronze
printed letters, blue silk border, gilt frame
and . 20x31 inches in sizeinseription,
" Holiness to the Lord,"—a very beauti
ful banner indeed. The next was carried
by the * clitss of J. S. Mann in the Union
School, beariag the inscription " hope of
the World" in blue letters on white cloth
With evergreen border. The class is coin
posed of youths of 15 to 19 years .of age
and the banner was very appropriate. The
meet banneetras earried by Mr. George
Metzger's class, -bearing the inscription
" The Bible—Young America's Balance
licel,"inhronze letters printed oil white
catninie; and With T arr e-Vergi f ecu'l) - Priler
arotindthe edge. - The class is CompOsel
of boas under 14 years-of age; and they
bore their expressive banner with grace.
furand beewning pride. A White pen
nant with a pink binding was the only
other, banner we noticed. it was carrnAl
by Mrs. J,. A. Young's class of boyS under
10 yeai's 'of . age. Several banners had
been prepared fur the different classes of
girls,.as.'well a s one for the Bible class,
bufthe day being very windy and the
banners - frailly made they .were' not car
the procession was attended by a large
number of the parents and friends- of the
sclolarS . , - and on arriving at the grounds
„clll were comfortably seated, and -listened
to alune by _the Band, after which . the
audknce joined ilfe Rev. Mr. Latham in
a fervent prayers A choir of the- young
inis.--es of Oe schools, lead by Fl• J. Olm
sted, then sang: an appropriate Sabbath-
School Itynni; when the . Rev. J. -If -Par
sons made a few ex - caw - it and character
istic - remarks principally d - dtiresied to the
children, but whichwore " words of wis
dthii"'lis' well to the teachers and parents.
Ills remarks Werd listened to with market.'
attentit-tt by-all present.. lle was followed
by the Rev. M.-11. Rice with.soule
applicable. and worthy remarks, ad
dresse&to all - Present.. The Speaker was
peculiarly sappy iu giVing his rennixks
sort of patriotic moralism, calenlated to
give - tlfeni - lintiressitie free upon" the
minds of the youth who heard them.—
At the cleie of Mr: Rice's remarks anoth
er' pk.ce was - played by the band, and
another hymn sung. by the choir, when
the Marshal, Z. J. Thompson, Esq., call
the schools to the table by classics; wham
12,0 childreu, waited upon by their teach
era; - cujnyed "themselves " hugely " over
the nice viands which ha& been. contrib
uted by their parents and friends. - After
they were done eating, the-teachers and
such-:otliers as desired again filled the
long, table full, and scenic(' to enjoy, tie
/uxuries with. epicufean zest.
On leaving the table - the children re
tire.dto.a green: gear by, and, spent
hour or so in such--,Mutsements as chil
dren well knOw how to appreciate, and Of
whick‘the !If old 'folkti" had their enjoy-.
went is "looking • - opon.t At atout
o'clock all of, the crowd -not ni•.
gaged in"" cleaning,itprreturned„to the
village an& theiel,bontes ; - ull, seent
ed.and satisfied' With the ; day's en.
tertejurnof-';-attiVall agreeing that
it was ereditahle to the committees of an:
rapo . ements, thec - Sehooli and the people
of, the place. .
3. 4 -r 1 e .
Ist., by E. IL Bnit, Est: 31r. Josiah Coon, to
3liss thankful Knowlton, both, of Runlet. - -
[ With the ahove we received about 4 quirts
of green urrants•—•-whether from the "Squire"
or the othdrs we can't Say. We hope the cur
rants are not sourly qpical of their expecta
tions in tho matrimonial way.. We take. all
kiridsof produce for'marriage notices where
money is scarce.;- , --ED. -Joni." • • -
IT has been reported that the 'Pov.
Henry .IVard Beeeher-was about -to start
a new dailyjoitroal of a religious charac
ter, hitt we are authorised to State that
the . praptigal exceiiciort of the plan will
not be attempted. On a carPful- search
for pious men Contieefed With the newspa
per professien, Mr: ihiecher - has not been
able to find a sufficient quantity t.f piety,
aside from those already enipliled, in lead
inpieivspape ff,to jn,t ify the et4ablishmen t,
tltc priiposed new jultrual. It will, there
fliie,`be a Nraste.of time for atiSr' one to
apply-to Mtn few it plaee its hisstaff:—:.N.
Tribune, 15;h: •
LiCirAnnoluteensvnts of sis lines cm less un
ti: Repub. county convention meets, slentll.
and 10 cents for each additintial line. Inde
pendent, candidates, till election, double the
above rates. All political announcements
most be paid in advance..
JULIUS BAKER, of Hebron township, will
be u . tailidatc for the office of County Treas
urer, subject to the decision of the Itepulli- .
can outings convention. *
Republican County COur•ention
The Republican Electors in the several
election districts. of, Potter County; are re
quested to meet at the usual places for hold;
ing elections, on Futpar THE 27111
. n..tv or
July next, to, choose Three Delegates from
each district to meet in Convention at COU
DERSPORT, •on THURSDAY, the SECOND
DAY OF AUGUST, 1860, to select candidates
for County offices.
The Township: at their primary 'meeting:,
:ire:requested to . inshvet their delegates in
regard to the propriety of adopting the :bp
portionment systeni of representation in Corm
The followhyCommittees of vigilance have
been appointed their respective Townships,
and are requested to act promptly trtd vigor
ously; to provide-SO that due notice of the
primary, meetings for the electitin of delegates
may be given; in order that every diitriet may
be represented in the Convention.
. • A. C. TAGGART,
- Chairman of Co. Ex. Cont.
'Coudersport ; June 20," 1860.' -
. VIGILANCE COMMITTEES.
C. Fresh°, G. W. G Judd, S.
11.. _ .
A bbott—Liwi i i -OnnWay,JosepluSchwarzen-
LIMN !:•• _
• BiugliaM,--G..Colvitt, I. B. Carpenter, V4l- .
ter Lecuaril. , -
Clara—Sala Stevens, John L.'l3rooks., Sam
Coliderport—P. A. Stebbens, - Jr., 2. J.
Thinnwou, Eli Rees.
• Eulalia-0.J.. SpaKord, Morris
. L,ent, Ly
man Belson. •
Ge'nesee—J. C. Cavanaugh, Stephen Hurd;
I a rri spn—J. T. Sanford, Austin Sweetland,
S. H. Beebe.-
Ilebron—E. IT. Bishop, H. M. Rathborne,
Sylvester Greeman. • • •
Hector—Matthew Wilkinson, jr., Waa: T.
Leach, jr., Joseph Sunderlin, jr.
Homer—Jacob P.ent; A. IT. Crosby, -Wm.
B. Ayres. - -
Jackson—Rufus Thompsbn, David Crowell,
Keating—Plum:, Harris, Jason Lewis, Har 7
low Dingel. - •
Os Ns ayo---Jeronie Cheesbro, Eleaier Ly
man, N. H. Rice. •
11,ea:mut Valley—D.-T. Roberts, Matthew
McDowell, N. I'. Fluent.
PorOge—Wm. L. Erisig7n, 41. F. Sizer, Ed
' Pike---S. H. Martin, John Carriel, John
Roulet—Seneca Pomeroy, E. 11. Burt, C.
Summit—R. H. Mason, Merrick Jackson,
Sweden—Edyin Lyman, M. Ostrander, J.
Sylvania—E. 0.- Austin, Pardon Haskins,
Sharon—lL'L. Nichols, I. F. Barnes, John
Stewardso.n—Henry .Andreson, Leroy Crit
tenden, J. L. Clark-
Ulysses—O. Si. Lewis. E. Hackett D. Whip
- Wharton—George . Barclay, John 'Bensley,
West Branch—Seth Conable, Erastus Crip
pen, James Dunne!.
Gorre.eted every We nesaay, by 'P: A. STEti-
BINS, whole.ole. and retail Neater in Grti
eeries and- Provisions. Main Street,
• - COUDERSPUIiT,-Pi. •
Apples, green, 11 busk., $1 00 to 125
do • dried, " .1 75 200
Beans, , " - 125 150
Beeswax, li' lb., ' . ' 20 .25
Beef, • . " 6 - . .. 7
Beef Hides, " ' -4 5.1
.Berries, dried, 1! quart -10 _,... 18
Ifitchwbeat,`l'al bush., - - - 5o ." 56
_Butter, ll lb., _ _ . 12. 14
.• _ - l O.. l 0.. • • 1'24
Corn, ? hush., . ' 1 00 1 , 121
Corn Meal-I:ter cwt.., . ! - 2 00'
. 2 25'
E ggs, 1-1 doz., -
Flour, extra, •1 bbl.; - 650 . 150
Clams, 'll lb.; ' - 1 - 121- '
Ilay,ll ton, ' '. 12 00
honey, It lb., . • -10 121
" 14. It;
,Alaple.Suptr, per Itr., 8 10
`"ci bush:, .35 44
Onions; _ '. 4 -75 _ 100'
Pork, V bbl.,. • 1000- 21 50
do 70 lb., . • . 10 .1 . 21
. do in. whole h0g,14 lb., • 7 - : • 8
Potatoes, V hush. ; ' . . ' 31 374
Veachr . § . , drieirl; Ttl lb., - 23
Poultry,- 11 lb., 7 - - , 5 7 -
liye, II 'bush., -. '
Salt, 11 hhl.i . - - , ,
do ii,g sack, • - ' ' • - 20
Trutt, j : 1 -bbl., ' - - • . S 00 ... 6 50
Wheat, V. btish.„ - • - :'L l-3 --: 1-; , ,L;
Whitf,Fisli, per. .- 1 . , b1..:, -500• • -, 650
461-at[i l itti
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Ej e ctrn ent Notice. •
William V. Beating ,
.-10 121 Jiitte - Wrtni'
Adolph FL-Rorie, iorie, & ' ISGO, in the Common'
- Wilcox, Plena of Potter - CO: 1
.• IL ACTION OP t;JEcr.mrsr.
A;Scott • I for purchase money for
Rita "' I lot of fifty acres of Innis`
Lewis llaitzTran. Jin Roulet Township,in.
said County, bounded• as follOws: Begint.ing
at the South-west corner of lot "now In pos
sesSion of John Noither, titmice "nisi hiSouth,
line or ?either 10C)20 rods to a sugar" tree
corner, thence South 66.7 rods to a . corner.
thence - West 120 rods •td corner, IhmiCeNoith
c 6.7 rods to place of begitininf,;r. -
And now, June 21st, A. D. 1860. the Sheriff
of said pMony baring returned that the .De
cannct be found in hp bailiwick ; on
motion, of Jam. S. Mann, Plaintiffs' Attorney,
rule on Defendants to appear Mid 'plead on er
before the third.day of next Term of CI - Mit; or
Judgment by default—dlule to be published
according to Act of Assembly.
Putter County. sg_:.
—A—L;- Certified from the Records this
sitm. 20th day of june, A. n. 1860
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A T a ntertim,, , : Of the Toon Council pr the
Il borough of Coudersport, held on tho
clay of July. A. I). 1860. ' ' •
it Waf CR motion. ordained,' that . ft plank
side walk liejittilynn the North side of Fifth
street, f . roni:.ifaitt to tlie.centie Of the Academy
square, .saidwalk to be built. in accordance
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; FLNCY, Lesi of Appetite
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per, Anxiety, Languor, and Melanclioly; which
are the glmeral -kymptittils of Dyspepsia, - will
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, COSTIVENESS, by cle;:ri , ing the
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the lioires costi't;ii,Within two days,. .•
• FEVERS of all kinds. by 'restoring the blood .
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ough solution ofiall! intestinal obstruction ill
others.:. 1 _ . 1 :; - • 1 j •• ;
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Weeks, and GOUT is half' that time, by re?
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SCOR - BUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COML;
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The it'le of these Pills ftir . a very Short iin .
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standing, by. the use of the LIFE MEDICINES
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. . - between • qruardian. and
- - : Ward, Master and Ap
prentiCe, iud Landlord
and Tenatit. •
IT TELLS YOU What constitutes Libel and
Slander, and the Law as
• to ylurriage Dower, the
- • : ••• Wife's Right' ProPerty,
• . • - • • ..
Divorce and Alimony.
IT TELLS YOU, The Law fut Mechanics'
- Liens.in every State; and
• the Naturalization-Laws
• -of this country, and: . how
to Comply With the same,-
IT TELLS YOU: The Law Concerning Pen
sions and bow to obtain
one, and Pre-Einptic.n
! - Laws to Public Lama.
IT TELLS YOU The Law of Patents,. with
mods of procedure in oh
- • tainitig one,- with Infer-.
. ferenees, A ssig uta e ts
. and Table of Fees.
IT TELLS YOU How to make your Will, and
how to Administer on an
Estate,. with the law and
. the requirementg thereof
in every State.
IT TELLS YOU Tne ineaning',of 14 - 3 NV Terms
- • - in general!- use, and ex
- plains to You . the Legis
lative.ExeCutive and Jt
. - .
- dicial - PowiTs of both the
General and State Gov-
IT TELLS '
ToU . Iluw to. keep ut..of Law,..by
showing how to do you:.
business 1 gga 11 y, thus
- -. ' saving a vitet amount of
property, Wild vexations
, - litigation; lby its. timely
Single'cOpies will be sent by Hail, postage
paid, to Every,Farmer, Every Web:, oie, Ever?
Man of Business, and EverybHy in Every
state, on receipt. of $l.OO, or, in law style - of
binding nt .$l. 23.
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1000 it 7' 1- i E ) can be
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J. A ...kb,
flterpristng Men everywhere, u soiling, the
above work, 'a. our inducements to all . such
are Very litkral .
.Foc.sloigle copies of the ilook„ or for" terms
to agents, witlr other informatit, apply to or
addrt i:s • 'JOHN E. YOTTER, - I übliAl6r:
_ . .-.. • , •
NC '617 8:Ition-14treet,
• - Phi adetplain i ['a.
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-Wha.t Everybody Wants.
THE FAMILY. DO l ti TOR
SIMPLE REMEDIES, EASILY OBTAINED,
FUR T 111; CURE UP DISEASE IN
- ALL, FORMS.
PROCESSOR. HENRY S. TAYLOR, X. D.
IT TELLS .YOU il-,w to attend upon the sick.
and how to hook for them;
• how to prepare Drinks.
- • Poultices, and-lion-
• . to guard agninst infection
- from Ccie t.i-;ous
IT. TELLS YOU Of the rations clisea.es of
Children, a ad ,eives the
test and simplest mode
, • of treatment durittp.
I Teeth in:. ConvuLiow ,- .
cough, _Measles, ke.
,YOU The syirilitMii.; of Cram.%
Choler: Infiiiitinit, Cohe
ed -Head, ti n g r
Chieken,pox, - 11 it d
_ _ gives von 'be -hest rente
for their care.
IT TELLS YOU The symptenis'of Fever and
Ague,. and! liiliioui, Ye]-
low, 'iTypli4s, Scarlet owl
other Fevers, and g ives
you the best and simplest
remedies fiir their cure.
The symptionts of to ftheoza...
•ConsumptT / m, Dyspepsia,
Asthma, PrePsY, GO O 7
Elienniutisni, • Lumbag.o,
ErysiNlas; Slljd givts
yon the belt remedies for
IT TELLS YOU The symptoms of Cholera
• . , Norbus, M'alignant. Choi
. • era,
-• • tery,•• Cramp, Discuses of
the III:W.10. Kirlitcys,•and
• . a Liver, and the best rent-
edits for dieir eitre, • I
IT TELLS YOU: The sympteMs of.Pieurisy,
31mnps, Nparal g ia, Apo
, . .
• • plexy Paralysis, the . vii-•
- • - clone Diseases of •t Ire
. Throat, Tieeth, Ear, and
Eye. and hest route
. dies for tlieie mire. - . 1
IT !TELLS YOU The symptoins of Epilepiy,
,l tundicc,°Piles: Rupture, t
I • • Disinises.•• f the •Ileartn
• • Heinmorrliage, 'Venereal
Diseases, hint Ilydropho
bin, and the best
! ~• remedies for their cure:lT TELLS YOU •The hest and simplest Vent-.
went:for )founds, Broken
- s • Roues, ag4l Dislocations,
• Sprains, Loeli.jaxi, Fever
• • Sores', IVsllte .
• • • Ulcers,
! . - • Scurvy, Uurns apd-Scrof
• Ida. 1•
IT TELLS- YOU - - (if the various .diseases of
• t Whitten. Of Child-birth,
mid of:0 n s trit a ti o n
and [gives the test,
and s.implest remedies for
their tar'd • 11
'The work is written in plain.langitage, freO,
front Medical terms; so as to uuder--I
sttiod, tyLile.its simple recipesiinay• soon save)
yo 4 Mau" thins the - cost.of the - book.
IT TELLS YOU
ted'iiitliVpropriate engraringz, and '7411, 1
forwarded. to your address. neatly b r onnd a t i
Postage imid;on receipt of $l.OO, ..
SlOOO AR inca . andell t ,
iaierprisiag men er - erywhere, in sellin g 11 : : :
alaire.:alirk, • as. our ilitineements to nil su c h
are .rerrliberat. • - .
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O. 617 Sonsoin Street, .
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w% .1.413F:r NANTA.NIA,
"r; ? : - ll:tving tirkenthe ghOp
• roirn eri y iiech 0.01 by
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twomiles North of Contiersporr, Pa, 14_,
WILL P2S9.NtiI'ACTITAE ...
'.. all-kinds of
Chairs & Cabin.o - t-War ef
•. • •• .
FLAG. - - • - • •
• and WINDSOR
• r -CHAIRS`,
• SEWING and TABLE cii.urts,
ROCKING; CHAIRS, •
OFFICE and BAR-11:0(Y i CIiAIRS:. •
131,1 RE A US; •
SEC RETA.III kg; •
. • . Cradles,
• . tkimmon and
. cquag.p Bedstead.;
Repairing done on the shortest wait.;
atm in the mlist workmanlike manner,. •
done immediately and to order. All - orderi
promptly attended to:. . Please give me x
band examine for yourself.
• ALIfEIIT MAN I'ANIA,
March • 2G. 1860.-28: IT. Muni/Adam -
D. E. OLMSTED &
(D.E. L.NISTDD, B. 2..COGWELL . A. F. T/GGART,)
A LARGE STOCK OF
Adapted "to, the icalifii of -this - 'eminty; nil
Which will be sold•at- tbe •
FOR READY PAY,
or on TI NIF: ifgying customers. .11t,
examination of Goods and congetriyon of till
quality and price with that of any other es.
tablislituent iu the eutility,.is solicited,
In addition to the usual. stock of
Bo ots & Shoes,
formerly kept :t tLe store of D. E. OLUSTED,
is oircted-a fun stock of
Paints sit Oils, .
and in fact
by the people:,Of the - Fouely
• Until . better arranemenle can be made,"
Provisions, Fecd,,lrnn,--Nails,•Fi;li, and 0 0 '
heavy' articles will lie „kelit 'n,Vt.he store for
merly.occupied 1i,y13..a. COLWELL .1
GIVE UR Ati:
. • CR A R.T / ES -114-N NING, •
BLACKSMITH, Fourth isireet;.tiepreenis i
and We .itreet.f!,Courferspoiti Fag is Pr!'
pared to do nil kinds of:work in' hie
on the ioost •i6asonable lertna. PNd` te
taken in payment: "12:39
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EZ - 51 UKIV OATITE11 ) .;
BLACKSMITET, ioftirtit4iiq former els - .
toners mitt the ptittlic4o-nertillythet fel
rtilistablibett ittop Ote•tutiltling folo!
erly oecuiiied,by.B.enj-Iteittit'l4 lll,(7 °O ers ;
Wort, . where he. trill - be — pleiteed to do - ah
able .ternis.'" I;ttrabif,`,-st‘iiigresi oild.
kinds of I eettttem , . eiettung