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cOUDEMPOR,T, ALGUST , 2, • 1866:.-
ire have bad considerable fain the
.ct few days, and vegetation has taken
D es start. A slight frost was visible
We have received the Atlantic Month
for August. It is a rich 'nutuber,"and
By maintains its past reputation. We
,ish it to our subscribers at 6 : 2, .a
're propose that a Republican Mass
eetiog be held at Lewisville, in this
„ t oy, about the last week in Septem
e. What say our friends of the Ulysses
vpnbliop Club ? It as time to move in
he matter if you favor it.
ne lOpublican County Convention
.sets here to-day, but to late for tha.pro
ilings to be published in this number
f our paper. We will give them in full
t week, no doubt.. • ,
Club .illeeting.—Nest Tuesday evening
the time. for the regular monthly meet
of the Central Republican . Club,
which meets at the Hall of the S. of T.
L e t, as have a full house then to ratify
le nominations to be made to-day.—
several - of our Ideal speakers have signi
fed their willingness to talk to thg club
t o that evening—let them have a full
lease to talk to. Come, all of you, and .
brißg your wives and sister with you,
Potter County Bois Find Oil.'—We
i re informed that B. F. Jones and
othas, of Sharon, this county, with some
gentlemen from Crawford county; under
the name of Jones, Martin & Co., last
week struck a vein of oil, between Cuba
and Rnshford in - Allegany County, N.
y. They bad bored some 40 feet into
the rock. There is considerable excite
sent, both at Sharon bnd Cuba in con
mgaeuee of this discovery.* The surface
oil has been gathered near Cuba for a
long time, but these gentlemen are the
Ent to -bring the grease from the bowels
of the earth in this region. They have
'dim far taken off about two barrels per
dap, by band, but have recommenced
taring ; to secure a larger yield. Our
friend, L. 11. Kinney, is a stock-haler.
Sear Warren, Trunibull county, Ohio,
oil is being ptimped from a depth of 49
foot from the surface.
firelyerry , season is-just- now-at-its--ze
nith, and our mountains are yielding a
very heavy crop of black raspberries. We
presume 'over 75 bushels of these have
keen gathered within one mile from the
Court House this season. The„season
led off with a larger- crop of strawberries
than was ever before known •in the coun
ty, and they were followed by a moderate
ly large crop of red raspberries, though
not so abundant as last year. The black
raspberry crop is larger than ever before
known; while the blackberries, just be
tinning to ripen, promise to be compare
tirely abundant. It is, useless to attempt
to estimate the number of bushels of ber
ries growing in this county—our hills
and valleys are covered with them ; but
ire heard veracious men speculating upon
the subject Tuesday, and they estimated
that one millions bushels of berries would
be a safe estimate of the growth, of ail
kinds, within this county this season.'
Were the . se picked and brought into mar- '
ket, green, at the lowest buying price, 5
cents a quart, the value would be over
31,000,000. We estimate the number
of bushels actually picked and dried in
this county this year at 4,000, or 2 buA.
els is each of the 2,000 families, which
at 12 cents a quart would be S-18,000.
Most of these, however will be used in
the county, about 500 bushels, perhaps,
ladin g an outside 'market. Reader re
feet upon these estimates—they are not
far away from the truth.
Terrible Trcisedy--Two Men Stabbed.
--We learn from a correspondent that
oa liettle Creek, near Jacob H. Joan
lea's on the night of the 13th inst., a
gang of drunken rowdies - assembled at
he house of one named Baker, for the
Purpobe of seeing a slight-ot-hand per
formance. As is usually the case at
drunken gatherings, a quarrel soon en
t°64--Words firally led to blows, and a
Pante fight followed. A young man
,z3r the name )f Baker being engaged in
the riot, released himself from the grasp
elb!s adversary, ran into the house, and
elend the door. The web out side broke
the door down, and rushed into the house,
'hen Baker drew his knife and made
J aul use of it by stabbing Barnard
11 005 y in thelowerpart of the abdomen,
,alld between the shoulders. He
nude a plunge at a man by the name of
Thomas M'Craney, inflicting- a severe
InFond in his side. The wounded men
l ee confined to their beds, and whether
_they can survive the effects of their
74neds, the future alone can tell. , Ba-.
In' fled to the mountains the next day,
dace which time he has not been seen or
hard of. Let this 'be a warning- to
young teen_:who are_prone t 9 ,411ityken
nen, especially to those in the vioinil
of the - occurrence, tole . cerefill how they
indulge - in drinklng--the result of which
always :lends to a- bad end.—Clinton
MeCay* died a - 4ay or two * afterward.
3.lcOraney is still and doing well
Under the care of Dr. . o. T. Ellison, ol
this plaee. r -ED. Jous.
APPOINTMEET OF SIJPREMiI COURT
REPORTEIL—The Governor has appoint.
ed Robert E. 'Wright, Esq.,
co., Reporter of the decisions of the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania, in place of
Jos: Casey, Esq., whose term of office
THE FEMALE ORGANIZ is' often
as frail as that of a tender. flower. Many of
the sex enter into marriage relations without
being able to undergo the labors and trials of
maternity. la this country thousands of young
and 'beautiful women are sacrificed every
year from this cause alone. Hostetter's Cele
brated Stomach Bitters will save many of this
class from an untimely grave. This medicine
has been used with great _benefit by immense
numbers of_people,throughout the replicate.,
and the proprietors have received grateful
commendations from all sections of the coup-'
try. The Bitters. will l e fotind to be very
pleasaiit to the taste, even as a beverage, and
prompt and powerful in its effect as a medi
tine. It' infuses new vitality into the frame,
and strengthens the whole system, so that
women why use it are enabled to go through
with labors which. would, without it, ce cer
tain toprostrate t eiu. Sold-by all druggists.
SAT FOR SALE
At $2,50-Per Barrel.
CORN MEAL at $2,00 per hundred.
F LOUR; Extra, $6,50 per barrel
Tt►,7EW ARRIVAL of that 50 cent TEA
500 B . USHE II LS DR f IED G BERRIES wanted
Coudersport, July 25. 1860
1 - JOSEPH A. COOPER. A B. Principal.
3111. WM- GILLILAND,'I - -•
MISS-H. M. JONES, f A.SSISTANTS.•
I The ULYSSES ACADEMY was commenced
I in the spring of 1839 and opened to students
i the following September. Its object is to af
ford to the youthl of its ‘'icinity, and to others
who may choose it, as a place of study, the
requisite facilities for obtaining a thorough
and practical education.
-The school is in a neat, two-story building,
beautifully situated on a ventle eminence
commanding a view of the village and coun
try around.' The adjoining • yard contains
I about three acres. The upper story contains
la single room ; and is used for a chapel ; reci
tation, and study room. This room is lighted
by 14 large windows, furnished with seats for
150 scholars, 'tables, black-boards, j maps,
charts, clock, thermometer, and Library of
I Reference Books. The lower story contains
two rooms for recitations, one for library, a
I dressing room, and a hall 8 by '44 feet.
1 The students board in private familieS and
study in their own rooms. Nearly every fam
ily in the village open their houses to boarders.
lAs several new houses are being erected,
there will be no lack of •accoramodations ;
and, in private families, students can enjoy
the comforts of home. ,
ilZr This Institution is better, furnished
with maps, charts and Reference Books than
any similar institution in the country. The
Library of Reference contains over 40 vol
umes, costing about $3,00 a vol. Among
them are : APPLETON'S NEW AMERICAN
j CYCLOPEDIA, 9 vols. THE HOME CYCLO
PEDIA, 8 vole., &c. There is a general li
brary under the care of a Librarian ; and a
Teachers Library containing 25 vies., upon
DIDACICS. . -
1 There are three Sessions a year,.of Fourteen
Weeks each; commencing as follows: .
Ist Session. Tucsday Aug. 21st, IR6O.
2nd " • ". Dec. 4th. "
i 3rd " " March,. 26A,1861.
Institute- commences -Nov. 12th, 1860.
Tuition Per , Term. •
INVAIRIADLY IN ADVANCE.
Common English—embracing Reading,
Writing, Orthography, Geography;
' Grammar, and Arithmetic .. $5,00
To which is added for each higher study 1,00
'lncidentals,l Library, ltd., ' . 50
i Institute, . . 5O
Board, room, light, fuel, kc., $1.50 per week.
Rooms without board, $2 or $3, per term.
PROF. C. W. SANDERE, A; IL
The author or SANDERS' READERS, will be
present the last two weeks of. the Fall Term,
and conduct a Teachers' Institute.
Prof SanderS will be sided by S. LEWIS,
Esq., the Co. Supt., and probably by the Su
perintendent's of the adjoining Counties.
It is vary impo.tant that Students be pres
ent at the cornmenOemerit, and remain . until
the close of the-term. A -record oreach pu
pil's attendance' will be kept, and reports sent
to every-Patron: - - - • -
la. As.rapects fins and convenient building;
beautiful and healthy location, thorough practical
and ay:time:tie instruction; diciest aids, pure ,
strong and noble incentives this institution ac- .
knowledges no superior,- and feu: equals. The In
tercourse of the students with each other and
with the Instructors is expected to conform-to
the courtesies and proprieties -of,lettitiVated
soCiety. Their adnaiisiort to • the Institution
and enjoyment of its privileges, imply.a sa'
cred contract on their part promptly, ,to ob
serve its Ele s gv2atterts. A_ copy of these is fur;
nisbed to -each student and conformity to there .
is indispensible to continuance in the Institu.- '
For further information 4,ddress the PRIX
CIP.4.I,,,,DIycses, Pa, . . . , ..., . . •
THE RtnikES'AND' lIEGIMAT/ONS;"
TIMM _ANNUAL FAIR,
Of` the - POTTER *COUNTY --AGRICULTURAL AND
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 'to be bad at
Coudersport, Tuesday and Wednesday,
October 2nd and Srd, 1860. •
LIST OF PREMIUMS.
CATTLE-IMPROVED AND NATIVE BREEDS.
Best bull, 3 years old and upward, of each,
2nd best do. do do
Best bull 2 years old and upward, do
2nd best- do' . do do
• Beet hair]. year old and upward,
2nd best do do do
Best bull calf, do
2nd best bull calf, do_
• Best tnilch cow,
2nd best do' do
[Cow to be kept on grass during the experiment and for
two weeks previous to each period of trial; each period to be
of ten days, and at intervals of not less than one month' apart.
The statement furnished to contain the age and breed of the
cow, time of calving, quantity of milk in both' iiVight - and
measure,' and also the weight of butter during the, period of
ten .days; butter . made to be exhibited at the Fair, and also
the cow; statement to be verified by the affidavit of, the-cote
petitor and at least one other person having a knowledge of
the facts.] . . .
Best heifer 2 years old do 2 .00
2nd best do do -do . 100
Best heifer 1 year old - .. . do - 100
2nd best do ' . do eo • - bi - .'
Best heifer calf, • _ • do 100
-Best yoke of oxen , do 3 00
2nd• best do . 'do .„.
. Best yoke of steers, 3 years ;o:d . 200
2nd best . do . do 150
Best yoke of steers, 2 years old ' 150
2nd best 'do do • 100
Best yoke of steers, 1 year .old :
2nd best - ,do do
Best training of steers, in each class, by -boys un- -
. der. 16 years old, •.- - 1 .Book
JUDGES—Lucian Bird, A. C. Stevens, James B. Jones,
Hudson Hendry; 0. C. Warner, F. B. Sizer, Joseph Itnowl
ton, N. Dwight:
HORSES--THOROUGH-TIRED; DRAFT; FOR ALL WORK. •
Best stallion, of each .-, - 400
2nd best do 3 00
Best brood mare, (with foal at her feet) of faii
years old and upward 3 00
2nd best do .. do da - 200
Best colt 3, 2 and 1 year old, each ' 200
2nd best do do do 100
Best sucking colt ' 1 50
2nd best do - . , 100
Best single carriage or saddle, each 3 00
2nd best do do 2 00 1
Beet matched span of carriage horses or mares, - 400
2nd best do do
Best span of draught-horses 3 00'
2nd best do:.' 2 00
Best span of • ' 2 00
2nd best do . • . - 100
Best mule *lOO
Best jack. , 2 00
. . . •
JUDGES-S.-N. Mills, A. B. Crowell, Calvin Palmer, Nel
son Perham, S. P. Reynolds, H. H. Lyman, P. B. Dedrick.
SHEEP-LONG-WOOLED; 'MIDDLE WOOLED; MERLNOS ;
SAXONS ; CROSS BREEDS.
Best buck, 2 years old and upward, of each
god best 'do do • do
Best buck, under 2 years old do
2nd best do do do
Best pen of 5 ewes 2 y'rs - and upw'd do
2nd best • do do do
Best Pen of 5 ewes under 2 years old, of each,
do 3 buck lambs, of each,
3 ewe lambs,
Best samples wool, not less than five fleeces 2 00
[Samples of each to be deposited in bluseum of Society.]
Best sheep do;, , 100
JUDGES—Lewis W. Lyman, Willis Young, H. 0. Perry,
Joseph Phillips, Jacob Poet, Simon Drake.
Best boar, 2 years old and over, 1 year old, and
months old, each,
2nd best boar do .dO do - .do
. Best breeding sow, 2 year old and over, and 6
months old, each, 2 00
2nd best breeding sow, do do do 1 00
• Best lot of not less than 5 pigs, under 6 months old, 100
Best cured ham, 2 00
[The ham to be cooked and brought to the exhibition.]
J UDGES—James Bartron, John P:Russell, A. C. Taggart,
G. W. G. Judd, Charles Monroe. •
Best lot, (not less than I cock and 2 hens,) native
and improved breeds, each, 100
Best. general lot of poultry, owned by one peron, 2QO
JUDGES—David T. Hall, G. L. Catlia,•James Pearce, Hen
BETTER AND CHEESE
Beit butter in 'firkin or tub, not le;s than 50 pounds, 2 00
2nd best do do do 150
Best roll butter, not less than 10 pounds 1 00
2nd best do ' do ' 50
Best cheese, not less than ten pounds - 100
JUDGES—Sobieski Ross, Mrs. Timothy Ives, Ambrose Co
rey, Mrs. Almeron Nelson,Joseph Mann, Mrs, Daniel Olm
DAIRY, GRAZING AND GRAIN FARMS.
Secorid best farm,
Third best farm,
[Condition, cultivation and buildings will be considered by
,the Judges in their Award, and a statement of' the manage
ment will be required of each competitor. They are request.
ed to notify ;lie Recording Secretary at an early date, to ena
ble the Judges to visit the farms during the Growing seat on.]
JUDGES—John S. Marin, Dennis Hall, Johnson Chase, 0.
A. Lewis, A. W. Jones. , - •
JuDoEs--Seth.Taggart, Divrid Crowell, A. S. Aimstrong,
Henry Nelson, S. C. Phelps.
WBEAT, CORN, RYE, OATS, BARLEY, BUCKWHEAT, ETC-.
Best acre of each, 8 00
2nd best do • 1 00
Best sack Winter or Spring wheat, each
ndbest do - do
. Best sack Rye Flour,
2nd beet do
Best sack Buekwheat,
2nd best - do *
' - - Z
Best i i kk:(kitire i latil l .:. ...- -,, . 1 .-1 :-.., 'ikr
.'...:-..r. L- .....-..;... :....:7.15..
It 13d-best-:- do I ' - ... : - • •' • :., do - . ..-:-. :1 -60
Best and , most timothy hay. from.
3 ocresi_ ;- . .1 50
Best - . - -do ~ I eloVer . do- -I ' .. ; - ' ; _ lOO
Beet- 'aere of , ot; or turnips, each ; ' . . 2.00
2iiid Vert, -',_ do :..• do , ' ll . ; -:do : .... , 1 0 !)
", ...Best 4 , acre of s, carrotsil eu% pealb .breeM-:. - '-
'' • ' • - Cote, or AU, each_ ..
•:(Competitors for preiniume on. tiny of the ,stbac..B mist mt
bibit a sample of the . orop at the .F.sir,, furnish a statement of
the mode of cultivation, and also st.oertificate of two reeimeta.7'
ble neighbors u.to the. product; and measurement: of the'
.JuDoes--AlrnerOn Nelson.Sylveftter Greenman; Harris' L i t,'
inn A. B. Bettnett r Davilaowell, Lemuel Sherman, L. U.
Kinney. -. ' . -• , ~ I . = . ;
' TIMOTHY, SLfirgei and Sittitu,),ciovEß AND FLAX SEED.
• Best bushel of each,. 1 , r 1 00
2nd best -do 1 • - I . 75
jupozs—Hurry pent, Edwin Lyman, Willis Tering.
. . ' GARDEN• VEGETAI3LES..
Best vege tables, assortment '
2ud best - ao -\ of
'.' . '
,-. Best sample-of pool', •. -
do . do,. • Ido raised by yootio not Oer 16
years old, ' —. ' - . ' '5O
JuDoes..-Lueas. Cushing, N.. B. A. Suhr ; henry Ycntzer,
SylvaueS Jones, Luke Darling, Elyrnas Racket, G. G. Colvin.
.• . 1
- - . SUGAR AND HONEY.
' :" - Best apecimen of maple sugar, not less than 10 Its... '5O
Best "specimen Of bonoy e ntit over 6 lbs., to be td
- ken tv . ithont 'destroying the bees, and a state..
meant of martOgementlod . Ilia of hive s to be.
furnished, -•• 50
ITUDGE—P. A. Stebbins, D. D..Coloord r ileury Man, H,
L. Bird, Lyman Nelson. ..
ORCIL I .ED AND GARDEN FAINTS.
_Best 'assortment of_eaoh, ' " • '
2nd best , do - .50
- Best 'sample of each variety,', :
[Not•to' be removed uniil close of exhibition. Precautions
will be taken to preVent injury.]
JuDoEs--13aralt Niles, J. M. KiMourn, Sala Stevens, Dan
id Olmsted, Harrison Edu
L ecomb; Leroy Lyman..
I • UMBER,
Bmtl4 buneheit shaved shingles,
Besto4 do sawed do'
Bestl2 bundleS do lath,'
Best, manufactured 500 ft. of lumber,
Best doj boards or veneers of bard wood;
net less tbad 100 ft:, • - 200
BesC collection of specimens of woods the growth • '
of this county, 3 00
JuDGEF.—Waltoil Dwiglit, Henry Garrett, Clark Ingraham,
G. A. Barclay, A. Mantania.
110IISHOLD MANUFACTURES, &c.
[A committee of4udges; composed of ladies, has beeti ap
pointed, With instrnetions to recommend awards to the most
deserving, not exceeding in- any case.]
Juin:mg—Mrs. 'Ross, Mrs. 0. W. G. Judd, Mrs. F. W.
Knox, - kr& Joseph. Mann, Mrs. Isaac" Benson, Mrs. S. M.
Mills, MO. Ira Canfield, Mrs. Nelson Clark, Mrs. Mary Kent,
Mrs. Seth d'agrart,l Mrs. J. B. Siuith, Mrs. Samuel Thomp
son, Mrs.. A. C. Ta l ggart,' Mrs. Miles White.
MECHANICAL AND FARMING "IMPLEMENTS AND. MANU
[A discretionary committee has been appointed, with' in
structions to recommend an award, not exceeding 81,50, for
the best article of any kinds that maybe exhibited.]
JUDGES-D. B. ;Brown, J. M. Bassett, C. C. Lyman, W.
B. Gordnier, W. 14 Baymend-.
- . „LADLES' .EQUEStRIANISIL_ • -
Premium', . ; 4 riding tiridle,- martingalee
OvertOn,'S. M. Mills, S. Ross.
Gent's Discretionary Com
A. G. Olmsted,
Alezaniler Eydarn, •
Cyrus - Sunderlin,
Dr. Edward .Joerg,
W. H. Metzger,.
Wm, F. Burt.
The above Premiums will b
tion of•the depositor, in a NE,
MA, in which wilt be inserte.l
which the premiuth is awarde.
RULES' AND REGULATIONS
I. All Animals, [ to be entitled to compete for Premiums.
shall-have been kept and owned in the County, by the per
sons presenting - them, at least four months previous to the
Annual Pair. NoLanimal shall draw a prenciium two years in
succession other than certificate of Honorable Mention.
11. Na person shall be permitted to compete . for a Premium
on any article of Domestic Manufacture, or Butter or Cheese,
unless the same shall have been , made or .manufactured by
such person or per Sons, or his or their family. or families,
within the year that it Shall be offered for a premium.
111. Exhibitors must become members of the Society And
have their articles and animals entered on the Seoretary's
book on 'or before the day next preceding the opening of the
Exhibition; and all articles and animals must be brofight
within the enclosure as early as noon of. the first day of ex
hibition, in order that they may be suitably arranged. . The
Managers do not' intend to A:ssue.E any exhibitor. who NEG-
Lem . these requirenients, that his articles can be submitted
to the Judges. : While every effort will be made to secure the
examination and proper notice of-ev'erylarticle on exhibition,
justice to those who comply with the rides of the Society re
quires that they shall in all cases first receive attention.
IV. Articles oraninials removed before- the-close of the
Exhibition (except by permission
_of the President) cannot
receive a.Precuitim, though awarded. , . 1 s .
V. Should any : individual enter an nimal in any- other
name than that of the bona fine , owner, the person making
such entry shell not be allowed a premium should one be re•
ported,by the Judges; and shall be preCluded from competing
at any future exhibition of the Society.t: . - -
VI. Persons entering stock of the age of three year; . and
under, shall' furnt4h the Judges evidence of the time w h en :
the :initials were dropped, to be filed by them with- the Sec
retary; and the ages of anitiials-abcive this ) to-'be given on
making, their entries. ,
VII.,The Judges shall in all ' cases withhold .premiums
where the animal or article. is not worthy, though there be no
VIM; No premiums are to be awarded to Bulls, Cows or
Heifera that . have been fitted t for the buteher--the..intention
of the Society being to promote the rearing of 'superior Sol
mats for] breeding )purposes: • •. •
IX: Whenever it shall appear to the Judges that articles
of superior merit have been presented, not noticed in 'the
Premium liist, thefshall make special ireport thereof .-.to the
Board . Of Manage*.
X. b is 'partienlarly desired that no lieysons shall be pres
ent while the Outiges are examining. t4ie Steak 4eferred to•
them, except those takitig charge. of the Animals, . unless - by
special request, • I '
,py Order-of Baird 0f...1146genr,
' I • '
P. A. STEBBINM ~.3 t , '
/ ~., Jr,r. et, j.
Ladies' Discretionary Com
Mrs. A. G. Olmsted, .
44 J. M. Hamilton,
" A. F. Jones,
a Calvin Palmer,
" D. F. Glassinire, -
" H. A. Nelson,
" C. S. dones, l
" - 0. J. Spofford.
e paid in Money, or at the op-
AMY ENGRAVED DIPLO
; the name of the article for
• .' V-760) 1660 ip
' ,.A11.1:4)..C54• 2 '.:?:' -
lust ii.O ' rcbitfod front NOvi
- Largest dud:Best
• Siciek of Codii
pori-lIER dot N I 2"
The aisoitrriefit C0![91919 .at
1"),111 7 6061).g i ,
Hats and.: Ctips l
flots 4. Shoes,
• • .
I amt determined to sell goods ss.ltiw. in;
they cap be purchaied in Wertsvill
ing Purhased for dash,
.no rents or 'interest
to pay, and selling a large einonnt for Rr:ADY .
PAY, I!ani enabled tojhaie 1114 - Usual.
Profits with ray customer's.
Haviim Made arratigemmita. with
the besi ° houses in i the city, goods wilt be
1 I.)ipili . ci hie ilteetilii; . ( '
erinahli l ttg me constantly to offer the Ibiligi
Friti,S and BEST QUALiTItS of (beds.
SEST GOLD AND SILVER, *A.'Ogit'd
kept tra band for sale: Pedlais supplied oti
reasonable terms. , ,
CAgif FOR OOOD ',UMBER
1 I HALE-ESTABLISIIET4
ender the rinnia
,and etkie of
SIMMONS Bv . knit:A-7 i
where a 0031PLETE GENERAL ASSORT:
MENT jtiril be constantly kept.on-band:' • *
c: n;simxtoNs: •
Osweyo, April 2, 1860.---Incott.
0,0 • 0 Copiei Saila
EVERYBODY S LA: %lit ikl.R
COUNSELLOR IN BUSINESSi
• BY iILOIX CROSBY;
•,'OP TIE E PLILADELPHLA:
IT TELLS YOU Dow to draw op Partninihip . '
Papers_ arid gives general
• forms fof.Agreemens of an
kinds, Bins of Sale; Leai-'
es and Petititits: • .
IT TELLS YOU Raw to draw upillandsied
'Mortgages, A friday its ,
Powers of tterney, Notes
and Bills_ of `Exchange;
Receipts and Releases:.
The Laws for th'eoolleatioti
of Debts; with that:kat.;
rites of Limitation; and
amo an t and kind of prop=
erty Exempt friind Rseen=
tion in ev6rY State. '
How to m eke' iiri Aseignmint
properly; with forms for
Composition with Credit;
ors. and thE InSettint
Laws of c'rery State. --
The legal relations existing
between Guardian and
Ward, Master and -.4;
prentice,. and Landlord
Slanderotnilll% LaW as'
to - Marriage .Do.wer,- the
Wife's Right in ; Proporty;
The Laity_ for., Mechanics',
Liens in eveiY,State; and
the Naturalization. Lew' . .
of this coiintrY, and - hoar
' to comply with thesarne:
The Law Concerning. pen:
sione - and.hoiv to obtain'
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