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The Exodus of the Fosterites.
We clip the following sarcast;c .and
palpable paraphrase from the Daily News
and commend it to oar readers as also a
perfect specimen of wit and wisdom :
Now it came to pass in the 'year eigh
teen hundred and'sixty, which' was the
fourth year Of_James the Fourth, that
there arose in the Keystone State a man
named Foster, who in his conceit aspired
to be ruler of the State.'
Now Foster was a babbler and foolish
of speech, and his words were like sound
ing brass and tinkling cymbals.
Nevertheless, as he was a Donglasite,
and a prophet in his own country, (albeit
he was a ialse: prophet,) he drew many
people after hini. -
And -Foster went about from place to
place exhorting the people to the end
that he might become ruler over them.
Now there was a man of Centre, whose
name was Curtin—a Lincolnite, and a
man of mighty power ; and the Lincoln
ites said among themselves This -man
shall rule ever us, and we will have him
fur our Governor..
' And Curtin also exhorted tie people.
And it came to pass that the Douglas
ites and the Lincolnites met together to
hear their chosen leaders speak to the
people, and exhort them to remain firm
in the faith.
And Foster\spake for the space of an
hour and fortylnainates.
And when he had made an end of
speaking Curtin arose and spake with
great power, and moreover read and ex
pounded the epistle of —, the Collec
And when Foster heard it be was sore
afraid and was troubled within him.
And it came to pass that Curtin ob
tained:favor in the eyes of the people bui
Foster went away diseowfittcd.
And there were - giants in those days,
(albeit they were little giants.)
And they waxed fat and presnmpuous
and did boast that Foster should prevail
And the Fosterites and Donglasites did
bring offerings ..of gold and silver and
musical instruments from afar off,. yea,
ev mock sun, to give light by night,
th hey might tempt men to follow, af
ter - ester. -
And many false prophets went about
the country exhorting to the same erd.
And it came to pass in the tenth mouth
and the ntotb day of the month, that the
Douglasites and the Fosterites gathered
themselves together for battle.
And about the eigth hour the Lincoln
its fell upon them and smote them hip
and thigh, the Douglasites, the Bellites
and the Clear Greeks.
And they fled before the hosts of Cur
tin and his hosts, and took ship up the
river, yea even the river of Salt.
And it came to pass when Foster saw
and heard these things he lifted up his
voiqe and wept.
And as they journeyed up the river
thq_ehaunted in the heaviness of their
Ok, Foster's benrt is broke,
Oh, Foster don't }cu cry, 4.tc
SENATOR SEWARD AND TILE PRINCE
OF WALES--The New York Evenin9
Post says:—" Among the guests assem
bled to. meet Baron Renfew and his suite
at the residence of Governor Morgon, on
Tuesday evening last, was Senator Sew
ard. This was the first occasion of their
meeting on this side of the Atlantic. It
is not generally known that to the Sena
tor from New York more than to any one
else,, probably, does Lord Renfew owe
whatever pleasure he has received from
this visit, for it was mainly at -his sug
gestion and under his advice as to its gen
eral method of prosecution, that the
Queeii's Government was induced to make
the experiment, which has proved so
gratifying to both nations, and which
promises such important results.
No doubt the meeting at Governor
Morgan's table was a source of increased
pleasure to Lord Renfew, from the cir
cumstance to which we have alluded.
The result has fully vindicated Senator
Seward's sagacity in proposing, the ex
pedition to the Prince's friends, and his
judgment as to the proper mode of pros
ecuting it in the United States. Indeed,
it may be doubted whether this last may
not in the end prove one of the most sub
stantial public services that the Senator
has ever rendered to his country." -
Ricit.—A. few dap since an extra
train loaded with jackasses was trans
ported over the LouisVlll4 and New Al
bany Railroad. The telegraphic opera
tor at Salem, a boy, getting wind of it,
set afloat a rumor that a large delegation
of Democrats would pass through at a
certain hour. Rumor increasing as it
flew, said that many eminent speakers
were abroad, and that bands of music ac
companied the expedition. Immense
crowds of enthusiastic Douglas men re
paired to the depot, hats in hand, ready
for the expected cheers. When the train
thundered in and an aged and venerable
owner of a pair of fabulous ears stuck his
head out of a stock car and gave vent to
a long agonizing heehaw that fairly
shook the hills around; consternation
seized the crowd, and in two minutes' not
a Democrat was to be seen within a mile
of the depot. Complaint has been made
to the Superintendent against the opera
tor, and he is in. momentary expectation
of a notice to'quit.
Tin Brighton (Eng.) `Guardian ie.;
cords the death of a .elerk named Bell
ringer in that town,- from sacking his
pm. A slight wound iu his lip being
oponed, the ink produced erysipelas and
The undersi.tied will meet Directors
and Teachers fur the purposes of exami•
ning teachers at the following times and
Oct. 29th, at the residence of Jeremiah Ba
Oct. 30th, at the school house, neat
Oct. 21st, at the school house at Oleona.
Nov. 2d; at the school house near Stephen
Nov. 3rd, at the school house, near 7m.
Nor. 3tb,.at the school house on Ayres Hill.
Nov. l'th, at the school house, near John
son Chase's—Swedeu. •
Nov. Bth, at the school house; at Couders
Nov. 9th. at the school house, near Harris
Nor..loth, at the school house, near Geo.
Nov. 24th, at the school house at Lewisville.
Nov. 26th, at the school house at Harrison
Nov. 27th, at the school house at Bingham
Nov. 28th, at the school house at Colesburr ,
Nov. 29th, at the school house, near J. 11
Nov. 30th, at the school house at Ellisburg.
Dec. Ist, nt the school house near the Toll
Dec. 3rd, at the school house at Sharon
The examinations will, in every case,
commence at 10 o'clock, A. N. A large
attendance is desired.
N. B.—Let teachers provide them
selves with pen, ink and paper.
S. LEWIS. Co. Supt.
Lewisville, Oct. 10th, 1860.
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kept on hand, or immediately procured
Magazines or any Periodicals supplied when
A good assortment of Paper, Envelopes,
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ing Materials, Water Colors, &e. ' -
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from the county seat of Potter Co.; about 75
acres under a good state of improvement: on
which is growing ayouag Orchard of varioris
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Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa.
May 3, 18.60.---34tf,
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at prices fully as low as they can purchttse
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• Coudersport,'Oct. 3, 1860.
. A R R Ala .
NEWO 0 D S
JUST receiving an extensive stock of Wy
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and any other article In the line of PROVIS
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Patent Medicines of
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ho W to prepare Drinks,
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IT TELLS YOU The symptoms Of Influenza.
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tached' Levers; Lepines -.kc. Also, BEALS'
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very low for cash. C. H. WARMER.
Coudersport Aug. 8,1860.-47.
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MISS H. M. JONES,
The ULYSSES ACADEMY waSlcommenced
in the spring of 1869-and openedlto students
the 1:ollowitig, September. ' 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
requisite facilities for obtaining a. thorough
and practical education.
The school is in a neat, two-story building,
beautifully situated on a gentle eminence
commanding a view of the vfliageland coun
try around. The adjoining yard contains
about three acres. The upper story contains
a single'room; and is used for a cbapel. reci
tation, and study room. This room is lighted
by 14 large windows, furnished with seats for
150 scholars, tables, black-boatids, maps,
charts, Clock, thermometer, and Library of
Reference Books. The lower stork contains
two rooms for recitations, one for library, a
dressing room, and a hall 8 by 44
The stadents.board in private faMilies and
study in their own rooms. Nearly every fam
ily in the village open their houses to boarders.
As several new houses are being erected,
there will be no lack of accommodations ;
and, in private families, students Can enjoy
the comforts of home.
fkir This Institution is better :furnished
with maps, charts and Reference Woks 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
CYCLOPEDIA, 9 vols. THE HOME CYCLO
PEDIA, 8 vols.. &c. There is aigeneral
brary under the care of a Librarinh ; and a
Teachers Library containing 25 vols., uron
There are three Sessions a year, of Fourteen
Wdeks each; Commencing as folloss •
Ist Session Tuesday Aug. 2154 1860.
2nd " " Dec. 4th: 1 "
3rd '' " March 26fh, 1861.
institute commences Nov. 12/10860.
Tuition Per Terna.
INVAIRIANLY IN ADVANCi% I.
Common English—embracing Reading,
Writing, Orthography, Geography,
Grammar, and Arithinet(c . i $5,00
To which is added for each higher study 1,00
Incidentals, Library, &c., . 50
Institute, ' 50
Board, room, light, fuel, &c., $1,50 tier week.
Rooms, without board, $2 or $3, pbr term.
PROF. .0. W. SANDER', 4. . N.
The author of SANDERS' READERS, will be
present the last two weeks of the Pahl Term,
and conduct .a Teachers' Institute. i
Prof. Sanders will be aided by S. 'LEWIS,
Esq.,. the Co. Supt., and probably bythe
perintendent's of the adjoining coon lies.
It is very impoitant that Students , e pres
ent at the commencement, and remain until
the close of the term. A record of each pu
pil's attendance will be kept, and rep o rts sent
to every Patron. l
re_ Ida respects fine and convenient building,
beautiful and healthy location, thorough Practical
and spntentatic instruction, efficient aids, pure
strong and noble incentives this instittition ac
knowledges no superior, and few equals. ! , The in
tercourse of the students with 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, Impli , a sa
cred contract on their part proMptlyl to ob
serve its Regulations. A copy of these is fur
nished to each student and conformitydo them
is indispensible.to continuance in the Institu
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CIF'AL, Ulysses, Pa,
P. A. STEBBINS, bating sold out ht's Stock
of Goods, is desirous of closing up his busi
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.i.uested to call immediately and settle their
Accounts. His books will be found" ° at the
Store of E. N. STEBBINS & BRO.
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IN .CAS -
)-* WHEAT, I
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Coudersport, Sept. 4, 1860. --51
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Pays for Tuition in Single and Double
Book-Keeping, Writing, Connnerci'
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Board S weeks $2O, Statist
$7, Tuition $35, enur e
Usual time 'from 6to 10 Nyeeks. Er;
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Students enter at any time-- 7 :0
Review at pleasure.
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tressed, afflicted with Virulent and Ej
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GEO. FAIRCHILD!, Secretal.
ABOVE, we present you with a perfect lik
ness of Tezuco, a chief of a tribe of the strsn.
Aztec Nation, that once ruled 31exico:' To ,
will 6nd a fall account of him and his peopl•
in our Pamphlets anci Almanacs—to be
gratis, from the Agents for these Pills.
The inventor and manufacturer of "Jed.
son's Mountain Herb Pills," -bas spent the
greater part of his life in traveling, baring
visited nearly every country in the world.—
He spent over six years-among the Indians of
the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it
was thus that the "MOUNTAIN HERB Pure
were discovered. A very interesting account
of his adventures there, you will find In our
Almanac and Pamphlet.
It is an established fact, that all diseases
arise from .
The blood is. the life I and Allen any foreign
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 atom
ach will not digest the food
liver ceases to secrete a' sufficiently ,of bile.
The action of the heart is weakened, and so
the circulation is feeble. The lungs boccie
clogged with the poisonons matter; hence, a
cough—•and all from a slight impurity at the
fountain-head of life—the Blood I As if yen
had throivn some earth, .for. instance, in a
pure spring, from which ran a tiny riruletfin
a few minutes the whole course-of the stream
becomes disturbed and discolored. As quick
ly does impure blood fly 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 body; they
are therefore, unrivalled as to
CURE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES;,
Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, C.
Anti-Bilious Medecine expels from the blood,
the hidden seeds of disease, and renders all
the fluids and secretions pure and fluent,:
clearing and resuscitating the Thal organs.
Pleasant indeed, is it Ism us, that we are•
able to place within your reach, a medicine.
like the "Mountain Herb Pills,"thatwillPoss
directly to the afflicted partsi, through the
blood and fluids of the body, and, cause the
sufferer to brighten with the flush 'of beatity
and-health. • T. s -• •
Judson's, Pills are the Best Remedy in ex,
istence for the following Complaints:
Bowel ComplaintS, Debility,. Inward Weak-.
ness, Coughs, Colds, Chest Diseases, Costive ,
aces, .Dyspepsia, Diarrhea, Dropsy, Head-
aches, Indigestion, Influenza, Infbunmation,
Piles, Stone and Gravel, Secondary Symp
Females who value health, should Beier be.
without these Pills. They. purify the Wird,
remove obstructions of all kinds, cleanse the.
skin of all pimples and blotches, and bring
the rich color of health to the plae cheek.
gar The Planta,and Herbs of which these. .
Pills are made, were discovered in a very sur
prising way among the Tezucans, a tribe of.
Abori g ines in Mexico. Get the Almanac -of
our Agent, arid you win read with delight,
the very interesting account it contains of the.
" Gnsav 31EDICIINE of the Aztecs. • •
Observe.—The ifountain .fferb Pills-art.
put tip in a Beautiful Wrapper. Each box can ,
Caine 40 pills, and retailett 25 cents perbox.
genuine, have the signature of JUBSOX:
CO., on each'box.
B. L. JUDSON & CO.,
N 4. 50 Leowd
Agents wanted alwap—Address u above.