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•-•AS - tiEAR, TO4).11 AS EVER.-
They say that all on earth artist change,
the days of ypre,--4.
licloved. - erosi . cold and strange
'And !fond hearts meet tM .
If thus it' is, one more'fond kiss,
Before, that hour may be,
For-dear to-day as eer
'IS thy kiinlembiace tome.
The scene; of many. days may fade,
Their forms may pass away,
But should the vows of friendship made
Br thee sink to decay ?
I ask, When lonely hours present "-
The past, once dear to thee,
Thou'would'st bnt give thy spirit vent
: .To rest one thong - tit ou me.
While ling:ring tiro' this - weary life,
If thou should'st I'M undone,
RemeMber, in the worldly strif.s,
To love thee there is one ; •
Md if afar from friends to roam
Should be thy sod decree,
Think - on The one whom thou didst love,
And then retuewber
don't know who produced the
following - code of aunthemas—but we
have some subscribers whoa) we have
dunned so often without success, that we
,'n - re:iitSposed to give thent the benefit of
WIIO WON'T „ THE
PRI:STEIL—May he be shot pith
ning"and compelled to wander over gun
May'be have sore eyes, and a chestnut
burr for an eye-stone.
May every day of his life be wore des
potic than the Deb- of Algiers.
May he never be peruiitted to Lissa
May he be bored to death by boarding
school misses practicing their first lessons
iu znusic,.with the privilege of seeing his
•Slay 2:•l0 night snares trot .quarter
races ov..r him every night.
May tiffs boots Icak, his gun hang fire,.
and his fishing lines break.
May his euffee be sweetened with flies,
and his soup .t,easoned with spiders.
May his friend run off with his wife,
and his children take the whooping
May his cattle die of murrain, and the
pigs destroy his garden.
May a troop of printer's lain,
lank and hungry, dug his heels each day,
and a reguneut of cats cattewa!l under
his window each : ni;:ht,
May the famine stricken ghost of an
editor's body haunt his slumbers, and hiss
"Zero" in his dreaming eye.
May his cows give suur milk, and his
churn rancid butter.
I❑ short, way his business go to ruin,
and he go to—the Legislature.
Man Copies from Antiall:ls
It has been the belief of some philoso
phers and poets as well, that man has tak
en the hint for some of the arts he nits
,practices from the brute creation. Deus
.ocritus lepresents him as having derived
the arts of weaving and selling flow the
spider, and the art of building, of temper
ed clay from the swallow; and we also
read in Pliny's Natural History, that the
nest-Of the swallow suggested to Troxius,
-tlid son of emlus, the invention of uMr
'tar. Aceordiug to Luentius men learn
ed music- from the songs of birds, and
Pope describes them as mirninr from tile
mole to plow, from the nautilus to sail.
and . froMbees -and ants to forni a political
'cotittnniiity: Perhaps we are behind the
.--bea„ver in felling timber, in leading dams
across rivers, and- -inbuilding cabin vii
lages—behind the-Wasp in waking paper,
and beliy tha -- Silitirrel and spider in
'ciossitni.,z4reams on rafts. So, if man
had need of any example of war and vio
lence and wrong, he had only to go to the
-ant hill and see red ants invade the camps
'of - the little blacks, and bear off their lit
,* negro prisoners into slavery.
IWhatev:en truth there way be in these
idea's, it is at least conceivable that man
-may have , proffited from the example of
these animal:. He has copied from pat
terns set by nature in tree and leaf, and
.flower and plant; he has formed the Goth
ic' arch and column from the interlacing
boughs of the lofty avenue, the Corinthi
an capital from the acanthus foliage em
braeiug basket, and classic urns and vas
es front flowers. But no one could de
scribe one species of the brute world as
having derived a similar lesson froth an
other, and much less trees and plants.
No species of animals has .learned any
thing new from than, except within the
narrow sphere of donicstication.—Allan
tic Mon th iy.
Another of the World's Heroes.
The Detroit Free Press, of the 11th
instant, commenting on the Lady Elgin
disaster, says : t'e have glimpses of a
terrible panic among the passengers, in
the midst of which everywhere appears
the_self.posscsscd commander, giving or
ders and overseeing such Immures as
were most conducive to the general safety.
The cattle were driven overbmad, and
the freight and luggage immediately fol
lowed. Passentcrs were awakened 1;m
their slumbers by sturdy blows of the axe,
which dashed iu their stateroom doors.
and called them to a sense of their dan
ger: All were finally collected on deck,
and, when the steamer went downi- the
hurricane deck, which coustitates the
roof of the upper cabin, floated clear of
the hull and sustained the crowd. Mr.
Bellmau says that od this extempore raft
SOL less- than three hundred persons were I
collected, the-majority of whom clung -to
their places until near daylight. The
raft was mostly under water from the
weight of it 3 living burden, and very few
who clung to it but were above the waist
in t!;' t , s
constantly . his feet - encouraging the
crowd; and deems to have . ; been the only
man who dared to stir from the recuin
bent position, that was necessary to keep
irsectire:bold:owthe precarious raft.. lie
carried Which.. be =found in the
arms of an exhausted and submerged wo
man, to an elevated portion of the raft,
and left it in charge of .a woman, il:len - it
was soon lost. lle constantly exhorted
the crowd.tu keep silent., and not only to
make no noise, but to refrain from mov
un in order that the frail framework
might last the longer. Hellman says that
(hiring the time which elapsed, while the
raft kept together, there was scarcely a
sound from man, woman or child. They
clung to their places in silent terror, and
neither groans nor prayers mere audible;
no voice, save that of-the captain, raised
aloud in encourat:emeut and good elicer,
being heard amid the roar of the wind
and the ceaseless ,splash of combining
waves. Finally, the Censtant action of
the water broke up the raft, and large par
ties floated off on detached pieces, and
gradually the multitude melted away - by
couples and solitary individuals, until but
a tithe of the whole number remained.—
The swell tumbled the light rafts about
like feather weights, and a:weary struggle
the hapless survivors had during the lung
drift of tea miles intervening to the shore.
13ellman vas ten hours on his raft, and
says that he was capsized and thrown in.
to the sea with his two companions, every
thud minute. When they reached shore,
they were dashed about hopelessly in the
surf, and - more fortunate than their com
panions, were lifted upon the beach by
the breakers, and dragged ashore by strong
hands which awaited theirs. It was here
that, having surmounted the perils of that
terrible voyage, the commander succumb
ed and gave way to the irresistabie force
which had worn out his strength and vig
or. Perhaps he had rather died than to
hare_lived- in the exercise of more selfish
motives than those which mark his char
acter through the whole of this trying or
THE. HIGHEST PRICE
AND ALL OTHER 'KINDS OF GIZAIN,
ciNriELD%- : , MILL.
Flour, Nfeal, Feed, &e.,
constantly on hand and for sale,
WHOLESALE clad RETAIL
at fair prices.
Coudersport, Sept. 4, 1860. —5l .
JOSEPH A. COOPER, A B. Principal.
MR. WM. GILLILAND,
'MISS m ). ASSISTANTS.
The ULYSSES ACADEMY was commenced
, in the spring of 1359 and opened to students
the ibilowing suptermier. Its object is to af
ford to the youth of its vicinity, and to others
who may choose it, as a place of study, the
la , pi;site facilities fur obtaining a thorough
and practical education.
The s , liool is in a neat, two-story building,
beautifully situated on 'a gentle -.eminence
commanding at View of the village and coun
try around. The adjoining yard contains
I , thout three acres. The upper story contains
; ii single room; and is used for a chapel, reel
tatiom and slide room. This room is liglred
by 14 large windOws, furnished with seat ;*or
150 scholars, tables, - black-boards, maps,
charts, clock, thermometer, and Library of
li , ference Books. The lower story contains
I two rooms for recitations, one foe library, a
dre—ing room, and a hall 8 by 44 feet.
The students board in private families and
study in their own rooms. Nearly every fain-
Hy in the village open their houses to boarders.
lAs several new houses are being erected,
there will be no lack of a ccom mode tions ; ,
and. in private families, students can enjoy
the comforts of home.
'This Institution is better furnished
with maps, charts and Reference Books thaill
anv similar institution in the country. The
Library of Reference 'contains over 40 vol.-1
limes, costing about $3,00 a vol. Among,
them' arc : APYLETON'S NEW AMERICAN
CYCLOPEDIA, 9 vols. THE HOME CYCLO
PEDIA, 3 col:., &e. There is a general
brary under the care of IL Librarian ; and o
Teachers Library coutainiag 25 vols., u; on
There are three Sessions n year, of Fourteen
Weeks each; Commeneing :
let ,S'ossian Tuesday ..4 nu. 214,
2nd " " Dec. 4th ee
3rd ee " . reit, 2Gat, IS6I.
institute commences hoc. 12th, 1860.
T nit ion Per Te
Writing, Orthography, Geography,
Grammar, nml Arithmetic $5,00
To which is added for each highentudy 1,001
Incidentals, Library, Sc., ,
Board, roam, light/fuel, S:c.. $1,50 per week.
Rooms 'without board. $ . 2 or $3, per term.
PROF. C. W. SAND:EIRE', A. N.
The author of SANDER:7' . DERS, will be
present the last two weeks of the Fall Term,
and conduct a Teachers' Institute.
Prof Sanders will be aided by S. LEWIS,
Esq., the Co. Supt., and probably by the Su
perintendents of the adjoining Counties.
It is 'y:wy impo.laot that Students be pres
ent at the commencement, and remain until
the close of the term. A record of each pu
pil's attendance willbe kept, and reports sent
to every Patron.
11 - ::r> Ay respects flu a nil convenient building,
beautiful and healthy location, thbrouyli practical
aka! Alpa(e , natia instruction, efficient aids, pure
e , ra: , ,4 and, noble, incentice3 this institution cc
..7110ti1,g,),5, tin s , lperiar, aml few equals. The in
tercourse of the students wink each other and
with the Instructors is expected to conform to
the courtesies and proprieties of cultivated
society. Their admission to the. institution
and enjoyment of its privileges, imply a sa
cred contract on their part promptly to ob
serve its _Regulations. A copy of these is fur
to each student and conformity to them
is indispensible to continuance in the Institu
For further information. Address the PRLN
fIPAL, el:, sees, PA-,
MOUNTAIN HERB PILLS.
Alwyn, we present you with a perfect like-,
nees of TCZUCO, a chief of a tribe of the strange
Aztec Nation, that once ruled 31etico.. You
will find a full account of him and his, people
in our Pamphlets and AlmanaCs-to be had
gratis, from the Agents for these . Pais.
The inventor and manufacturer . of ".Tud ,
son's Mountain 'Herb Pills," has _ spent the
greater part of his life in travelirig; having
visited nearly every country in the "world,,--
He spent over she years among the lUdipms of
the Rocky Moun . ains and of Ilexieg,::and it
was thus that the " MouNTAiN LIMB 'PILLS"
were discovered. Avery interesting account
(4 his adventures there, you' will find in' our
Almanac and Pamphlet. —•
It is au established fact, that. Y nll diSeasei
arise from •
IMPURE ULOOD I
The-blood is the life! and when au,y foreig,n
or unhealthy matter gets mixed with it, it is
at once distributed to every organ 'of the
body. Every nerve feels the poison, and all
the vital organs quickly complain. The stotn
ach will not digest the food perfectly. • The
liver ceases to secrete a sufficiently of bile.
The action of the heart is weakened, and so
.the cireulation is feeble. The lunzs• become
clogged with the poisonous matter; hence, n
cough-. -and all from a slight impurity at the
fountain-head of life—the Blood I As it you
had thrown some earth, for instance, in fa
pare spring, from which:ran a tiny rivulet, in
a'few minthes the whole course of the stream
becomes disturbed and discolored. As quick
-I,y does impure blood tly to every part, and
leave its sting behind. All the passages be
come obstructed, and unless the obstruction
is removed, the lamp of life soon dies out...
These pills not only purify the blood, but
regenerate all the secretions of the body ; they
are therefore, unrivalled as a •
CURE POI? BILIOUS' DISEASES,
Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, &c. This
Anti-Bilious Iledecine'expels from the blood
the hidden seeds of disease, and renders all
the fluids- and secretions pure and fluent,
clearing and resuscitating the vital organs.
Pleasant indeed. is it to us, that we are
able to plies within your reach, a medicine
like the •• Mountain Hear Pills," that will pass
directly to the ''nfllicietl parts, through the
blood and fluids of the body, and cause the
sulrerer to brighten with the flush of beauty
Jadson's Pills are the Bea Remedy in ex
istmuce for the Altowing conipialots:
Bowel Complaints, Debility, Inward Weak
ness, Coughs, Colds, Chest Diseases, Costive
ness, Dyspepsia, Diarrheea, Dropsy, Head
aches, Indigestion, Influenth,--Intlammatien,
Piles, Stone and Gravel, Secondary Symp
GUEAT FEMALE MEDICINES !
Females who value health, should, never be
without these Pills. They purify the blood,
remove ohitructiOn, of all kinds, cleanse the
skin of all Minples and blotclie, and bring
the rich col ' ',r ol . healili to the plae check. •
kr The l'l.mts and 'Tubs of which these
Pin; ar e made, Were di..SCOVerIA in a very sur
prising way among the TvZll , 2au.s. a tribe of
Aborigines in Mexico. Get the, 'Almanac of
our Agent, and you readwith delight,
the very interesting account it contains of the
" GREAT MM./WINE " of the Aztecs.
Observe.— 27,e ta in. Herb' Fills are
put up in a Beaniiial irrapper. Each box con
tains 40 pills, alai retail at 2:1 rents per box. All
genaine, bare l sidnala,.c 11. L. J UDSON
4- CU., on each Lox.
B. E. JUDSON' R CO.,
'No. 50 Leonard Street,
Agents wanted always—Address as above
AT PH I LADEIPIIIA
JUST receiving. an extensive stock of Wy
oming (Aunty ',lour. Any one desirous of
getting a better article of
at less profit than at any other store in town,
will do well to call at 'SPENCER'S
arid any other article in the line of PROVIS
IONS constantly on Ihtntl. ,Detluctions , nrade
to those that buy at Wholesale.
of ail descriptions. Also
dx„ &c., ke
Patent Ife - dieines of most all kinds. Those
wishing, Dr. Doland lieunedy's Medical Dis-
covers- will find it nt
BLACK - 8311TH, Fourth street, !between Main
. and West Streets. Coudersport; Pa..,ls pre
pared to . do all kinds of work in hid line,
on the most reasonable terms. Produce
!alien in payment. ' 12:31
T WARREN .BE. SON,
.Alannfacturets of and Dealer lu
• WHOLES-OA -A:ND RETAEL;
Corner of Mdin and Mill Streets,
• • WELLSVILLE,' N: Y.
' 1 NEW: ,
BOOT a gifior,
Main Street, (4arly opposite Baldwin
& Bros.' Groc'erii.)
BOOTS AND SHOES CHEAPER THAN EVER!
MBE Proprietors of the above establishment
having just ititurned from New York With
'hirge spler4id stock of
- 4,tatilcr, &r., • ,
aar.now offering the satne . al prices much lower
than they have ever before been :offered. ,
Owing to our sdperior advantages in N. Y.
City,we are enabld i cl to purchase goods at much
lower rates than other houses in the same line.
Having an Agent in the market in New York
City, we are enabled from time to time to take
advantage of the Ise and Sall of the market,
and thus obtain goods at very low'figures.
It is only necessary to call, to be convinced
of the above them .
Strict at ten titM r paid to orders.
A call is respectfully solicited. .
GEOIIGE T. WAImEN SON.
Wellsville, Jan t 20, 1800.-20.
What Everybody Wants.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR
SIMPLE REME9IES, EASILY OTITADTED,
1 . 01.1 ME PURE OF DISEASE IN
PROFESSOR HENRY S. TAYLOR, N. D;
IT TELLS YOU j How to attend upon the sick,
and him to cook for them:
hOw to prepare Drinks.
Poultices, &c., and how
tn - guard against infection
from Cortagious Diseas
Of the various diseases of
Children, and gives the
, best and simplest mode
of treatment during
cough, Measles, Sc. -
'The symptomS of Cronp,
Cholera Enfauturn, Colic
Diarrhwa, Worms, Scull
ed Head, Ringworm,
Chicken-pox . &c., - a n
gives you he best rerne,
dies for their cure.
The symptoms of Fever and
Ague, and Rillious, Yel
low, Typhus, scarlet and
other Fevers, and gives
IT TELLS YOU'
IT TELLS YOU
IT TELLS YOd
IT TELLS YOU
Erysipelas, Se., and gives
you the best remedies for
IT TELLS YOU The, symptoms of Cholera
Morbus, Malignant Chol
era, Small-pox, Dysen
tery, Cramp, Diseases of
the Bladder, Kidneys, and
Liver, and the hest rem
edies fur their cure.
IT TELLS YOU The symptoms of Pleurisy,'
mumps, Neuralgia, Apo
plexy Paralysis, the va
rious Diseases of the
Throat, Teeth, Ear, and
Eye, and the best reme
dies for their cure.
IT TELLS YOU The symptoms of Epilepsy,
Jaundice, Piles, Rupture.
Diseases of the Heart,
Diseases, and Hydropho
bia, and . gives the best
remedies fur their cure.
IT TELLS YOU . The best and simplest treat- I
meat for Wounds, Broken
Bones and Dislocations,
Sprains, Lockjaw, Fever
Sores, White Swellings,
Cicers, Whitlows, Boils.
Scurvy, Burns and Scruf-1
IT TELLS YOU Of the various diseases of
Women, of Child-birth,
and of Menstruation;
Whites, Barrenness, kc.,l
Sc., and givca the best
and simplest remedies for
The work is written in plain language, free!
from medical terms, so as to be easily under
stood, while its simple recipes may soon save;
you many times the cost o' the book. It is
printed in a clear and open type ; is illustra
ted with appropriate engravings, and will be
forwarded to your address, neatly bound and
postage paid on receipt of $l.OO.
1 000 A YE AR :l:171 e 1)7-
enterprising Men everywhere, in selling the
above work," as our inducements to all such
arc very liberal.
- For single, copies of the Book, or for terms
to agents, with other information. apply to or
address, JOIIN E. ,UTTER, Publisher,
No. 617 Sansom Street,
CLOCKS WATCHES Et JEWELRY,
CLEANED and REPAIRED at the shortest
notice, hy the subscriber, at the sign of
The Big Watch, one door east of the
Post Office. Thakful for past favors,' he will
endeavor tomerit a continuance of the same
by _strict attention to the wishes of -his cus
tomers. He, keeps on hand and for sale agood
assortment of WATCHES, among which may
be foUnd some of those excellent time-keepers
Manufactured by the American Watch Com
pany, at Waltham, Mass.,and known by the
name of "AMERICAN LEVERS"; also,-De
tached Levers. Lepines Sm. Also, BEALS' I
PATENT REVOLVERS, manufactured by
Remington & Sons,—all of which will be sold
very low for cash. C. H. WARRISER.
Coudersport Aug. 8, 1660.-47.
you the best and simplest
remedies for their cure.
The symptoms of Influenza.
Asthma, Dropsy, Gout,
THE POTTER JOURNAL
Is t.usrasiiso EVERY
Theos.; Cilialei • '
whom all Letters and .Communications
should beAddreisdd, tO sucure .attnpou.
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ALBERT RIANTANIA, 7
"Haring taken the iop ""4.
I, for,mo , rly occupied by (S t '
P. D. CATLIN',
A I' -
Clak's Corn rs, .'
two miles North of Coudeispinit;'Pa., ----
all kinds of - .
Chairs & Cabin.et.-Ware 4
_s• such as I •
CANE-SEAT BOSTON. ROCKMIS,
, SEWING and•TABIA CHAIRS,
SMALL ROCKING CHAIRS,
OFFICE and BAR-ROOM CHAIRS.
SECRETARIES ; .• .
Repairing done on the
cow in the most workmanlike,
done;immediately and to or
proniptly attended to. Pleas
and examine for yourself.
Minh 26. 1860.-28:iy.
reis a fact that, at some pe/liod r every mem
, ber of the hunzan family is subject to 'disease
en disturbance of the bodilyfunctions ; but,
with theaid of a - good tonic nd the exercise
of good common sense, they ay be able so to
1 regulate the system as to s4cure permanent
health. In ordet . to 'accomplish this desired
object, the true course to pursue - is certainly
that :which' will produce a itatural state of
.things at the least haiard of vital strength and .
life., For this purpose, Dr. liiistetter has in
troduced to this country a preParation hearing'
his name, which is not a new Medicine, but one !
that has been tried for years, kiririg satisfac
tion to all who have used it. The Bitters
operate powerfully upon the stomach, bowels,
and liver, restoring them to!, a healthy and
vigorous itetion, and- thus, by Itbe simple pro
cess, of strengthening nature, enables the sys
tem to triumph over disease. I
For the cure of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Nan
sea;-Flatulency, Loss of AmMtite, or any Bil
of the Stomach or trowels, producing Cramps,
Dysentery, Colic, Cholera.Morbus, ac., these
Bitters hire no equal. '
Diarrheca, dysentery or fitix, so generally
contracted by new settlers, and caused prin
cipally by the change of water and diet, will
be speedily regulated by a brief use of this
preparation. Dyspepsia, a disease which is
probably more prevalent, in all its various
forms, than any other, and the cause of which
may;always be attributed to Oerangements of
the digestive organ , -, can be ,cured without
ET R .
by using IIOSTTEsiSi'UMAUII BIT
' TER, as per directions on th,t.k bottle. For
this disease every physician will recommend
Bitters of some kind ; then Why not use an ar
ticle known to be it ? All nations have
their Bitters, as a preventive of disease and
strengthener of the system lin general; and
among them all there is not to be found a more
healthy people than the Cleri'nans ' from whom
this preparation emanated, based upon seven
tile experiments which lmve tended to prove
the value of this great prepahttion in the scale
of medical science.
niviat axo Acct;.—This trying and provok
ing disease, which fixes its relentless grasp on
the body of ma mredueing h int to a mete shadow
in a short time, and rendering him physically
and mentally useless, can be driven from the
body by the use of LIOSTETTEWS RENOWN-
El) BITTERS. Further, my r tle of tbe above
stated diseases can be contriteted, even in ex
posed situations, if the Bitters 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 romote sound sleep and healthy
digestion, the complaint is removed as speed
ily ;Isis consistent with the production of a
thorough and permanent cure.
•Fur,Pereuns in..ldcanxdrY:ears, who are-suf-
Tering'from an enfeebled constitution and in
firm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a
restorative of strength and vigor, and need
only he tried to be appreciated. And to a
mother while nursing these Bitters are indis
pensable, especially where the mother's nour
ishment is inadequate to the demands of the
child, consequently her strength must yieid, I
and hire. it is where a gotal tonic, such as
Hostetter's Stomach Bitter 4. is needed to
part temporary strength and vigor to the sys
tem. .Ladies should by till means try this
remedy for all case; of debility, nod, before so
doing, should ask their phi.sician, who, if he'
is acquainted with the virtue of the Inters,.
will recounuel their use in all cases of -eak
Can 1.10/I.—We cfut t iqn thepubliea gq tinst
using any of the many hnitations or couhter
eits, but aek for • llosTiqrrne.'s CELEBRATED
6romactx BITTERS, a'nd sec that each bottle has
the words "Dr. J. Ilostetter's Stouvacil Mums'
blown on the side of the liottle, and stamped
on the metallic cap coverifig, the cork, and ob
serve that our autopraph i.signature is on the
rAl , ' Prepared and sold jby HOSTETTER &
SMITH. Pittsburgh, Pa., and sold by all druggists,
grocers, and dealers goneially throughout the
United States, Canada, Smith America, and Ger
SMITH Si• JONES, Co -
7 lersport. 17
A. COREY & SON, ulk- sses . >,
FL LYMAN & Co., I-Lit)!et.
POWELL S.: CHAPIN, illlrd r retcriy. ei
LUCIIT. WILCOX, Buena Vista. I-. 1
LETTER'S TESTA3IENTARY to the last
will and testament hf GXORGE A. Gnm-
LF.Y, late. of Ulysses township, Potter county,
deceased, having been 7anted to the under
signed, all persons indebted to the said estate
will make immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims against the sane will present them,
duly authenticated for settlement. • -
• - A A. GRIDLEY.
W. 31; GRIDLEY,
Ulysses, Pa., Aug. 177,j 1860.-49*
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tic and Lectures: - -
Board S weeki'S2o, sttin ti
•$7, Tuithi.n-S3'.?; enure
Vsual.titrte from Gto 10 week's. ET
dent, upon graduation:: is-goartrittec"
tent to manage the books of any
and qualified :to: .earn.a. salOry of froi
• . $5OO , to - $l,OOO.
Shfdents enter at any time , --No
Review at pleasure, " -•
First Premiums For,llest Business
for 18.59, received at Pittsburg, phil a ,
and - Ohio Sbate Fairs. Also, at the p
Fairs of the Unica for the past four
~ . •
Sens feeeittif at Fa!
Circulars; ,Specirriens and End
;Law of the College.,inclose five lett(
to . F. W. J.ENFINS, Pittsburg)
I - 10)VARDASSOCIAT
• .'.• PHILADELPIIIA.
Benthrolent InilitutiOis established by
- .Endocnsant, for the Relief of (he Sick a
tressed, afflicted .ssith aril E
"Discuses; cried' ripe far the 6fe
eases of the Sexual Organs.
EDICAL ADVICE .given gratis,
.151. Acting Surgeori, to all xho ap l
letter, with n description of their ere.
(age, occupatiop, habits of life, & e ,,)
cases of extreme poN erty, Medicines r
free of charge.
n and •
1 , .
VALUABLE nErorers on spermal
and otilet Diseases of the Se:turd Org
on the NI:11V REMEDIES emploScditi
pensary, sent to the afdicted in teal(
envelopes, free of charge. Tw -o
Stamps for pinstage will be acceptable,
Address, DP,. S. SiiILLIN HOUGI
Actin* , Surgeon, Hownid Association,
Soutli ' Nintli Street, Philadelphia, P 3.
der of the Directors. "
EZIt D. lIEADTWELL, Pr,
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretary.
er. All orders
give me a Call,
AN r A :
Main .above! Third.
M. W. RLf3Tli , PROITIETOt.
BOOKS, " MIPS,
• . LETT E')-ROOKE
Greek, Latin, French and Genus
All *School Books used in die C
kept 021, hand, or immediately pc
Magazines or any Periodicals supplig.
A gond assortment of .Paper. Ent
Pens and Inks. Also,.of Wall-Papers,'
ing Materials, Water Colors, ke.
BIBLES, 'i E,STAMEN:
PRAYERS HYMN BOOKS, of carious
MUSIC-BOOKS AND SHEET-ME,
Slates, Rulers, Back-Gannitonßoar,
Men, &e., .t.e. PRODUCE of all kicds
i❑ exchaoge for Books,•Sc
OLMSTED S: KELL
TOPE can always be tiunul the
Cooking, Li Box and Parlor
1 0 AT
Also; TIN and SUET-IRON WARE
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and C
such ,as PLOWS; SCRAPERS. (TC!
CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE. ,
is well made and the material good. G
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put ti
part of the County-Terms easy. p.e
of nit kinds ' including Ca, , h, seittora.
Store on Main Stre4oppositethe o :
House, Condertport. I .Aug.
NEW JEWELRY S'.
h i i t z ß ei Li f l' in TEZA t To or ßT l ll ii . , llZ
rq'eutly occupied by Dr. Ellison. os
opposite the court house has open(
ELRY ESTABLISHMENT, for the I
• CLOCKS, ne
Having some }-ears'- experience
ness, I feeleontident in l givinh thelu
EItAL SATISFACTION. The pe
the public is solicited. Please go
All work iwarrifnted or.no pay:
A general assortment of Wa , tclic:
and Jewelry on hand and for s4e.
Coudersport, June 30, 'ISO -42.
FARM: FOR S.c.
THE SUBSCRIBER has a Fare
jL 212 acres, which he wishes to
uated in the town of Sweden, :thou!
from the county seat of Potter Co.:
acres under a good state of imrei
which is growing a yonm; Orcliaa
kinds of Fruit; a good Bain 31 :'
comfortable House, wig water ci
a good Road through itSand i.t :12
ing neighborhood... Soll,,,Red•Sho i
Beech and Maple; land nearly
unquestionable. :thy - person
and cheap property, well adapted
Stock and Sheep
cannot do better. The subscribe
sell the same because he is engai
Tiatus,—A part can be paid do
bdlance on time. Any ecumenic :
undersigned will-be prornpdPnac
Address JOHN B.:
Siriy 3; 1866.-34 tr, -