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coupEIiSPORT, NOVE3IBEIi 15, 1860.
p ro f - O. IT. Sanders, A. A, of N. y.,
tifili leiture to the bpogiegation the
ii,,aptist-Chtirch in Ulysses, next Sunday
iuoraing at the regular hour of service.
At 2 in the afternoon. he trill leetitre to
Said ns the ..Wetcs.—Noti that the
, over, we do not expect to de
iote odrselves so exclusively, to politki,
hot ;rill endeavor to pay closer , attention
0 home news.
.We would thank our
, r icods to keep us advised of any matters
of interest in their localitieS.
We have received from the publisher,
ICM. DeWitt, of New York, a k eopr of
1 4The Revelations of a Slave Smuggler,"
from which we published an extinct a
w weeks since. It is .a graphic account
.4 the life of one' who was engaged for
Vi:itly fifty years in the slave-trade, and
trontaius 100 large pages of closely printed
;r.attcr that is peculiarly interesting and
t the same time revoltiug to a humane
eau and mind. Price 25 cents, iu pa
ier cover. Address R. W. DeWitt, 13
'taukfort street, New York.
Wanted—nrce\llit Turides !—We
want one for Thanksgiving, two weeks
from to•day—one for Christmas—and one
for New Year's day. What three of our
tarkey-raising subscribers will bring - them
Tight along now, so that we may bb sure
of the dinner set apart by the Governor;
the one in commernmoration, of Christ's
advent, anti the anniversary • ner of the
New Year? In our opinion an editor is
as much entitled to a goad dinner' ma
gamily as anybody. Who'll brine the
turkey's to us inbtanter? We pause for
We would call the attection of our
readers to the advertisernentof the Tilys-
NS Academy, the Winter Term of which
commences Dec., 4th.. The advertise.:
cent sets forth the advantages of the
institution so fully that no commendation
is required from us. We learn that a
new Bell is among the new things lately
added. Mr. Cooper, - the principal, is
an active and untiring worker, and de-
Forces success. We learn that the
lobo' embraces double the number of
indents it did one year ago, and we re
joice at this evidence .of its prosperity.
A Teacher's Institute, conducted by
Prof. Charley W. Sanders, is in session
this week, and is, we learn, very success
ful thus far, a large number of teachers
being present from all parts of this and
Pcserson's Magazine—We are in re
ceipt of this popular Lady's Magazine for
December. It is a splendid number.—
'Peterson" lies a circulation of 100,000.
It sill-be greatly improve-I in 1861. It
will contain 1000 pages of double column
reading matter; 14 steel plates ; 12 col
ored steel fashion plates ; 12 colored pat
.erns in Berlin work, embroidery or cro
chet, and 800 wood engravings—propor
tionately more than any other periodical
gives. Its stories and novelets are by
the best writers. Its „fashions are al
ways the latest and prettiest. Every
neighborhood 'ought to make up a club.
hs price is but • Two DOLLARS a year,
era dollar lass than Magazines of its /
class. Subserile fur it and save a Dol.
!qr.' To clubs, it is cheaper still—viz :1
three - copies For $5, or eight for $lO. To
every person getting up a club the Pub
lisher will send a magnificent premium.
Specimens sent gratis to those wishing
to get up clubs. Address,
CUARLES J. PETERSON, 306, Chestnut
Reported for the Potter Journal
Potter County Teacher's Institute.—
The Potter County Teacher's Institute
.eanvened in the Lapses Academj, Mon
day Nov. 12th 1860, at 9 o'clock A. M.
under the direction of Prof. C. W. San-
A. M., of New York; the able and
eliatia;tished educator and well-known
author of Sanders' popular series of School
]looks; reading the Scriptures and Prayer
by Prof. Sanders. I%lnsto by the choir.
IV. Gilliland and Miss M. Jones, were
elected Secretaries. 4.fter a few intro
ductory remarks by Prof. Sanders, in re
gard to the necessary' regulatiloas for the
Institute, the necessity of familiar inter
course between himself and the members,
and the necessity of a hearty co6peration
on the part of teachers, he Introduced the
subject of "Language," speaking of its
origin and in/portance to man as a means
for the communication of his thoughts
and emotions. Man is the only animal
!hat conveys thought by means of articu
late sounds—the lower order by paeans of
i narticulate sounds. " He next spoke of
imnortauce of teachers pquiring, a
thorough knowledge of the, properties
a udpowers of thOss twenty-six ttmysteri
ons characters," called the alphabet, Of
the general classifications of vowels and
c onsonants, he considered the vowels by
far the most important, as they form the
basis of .evcry,syllable and -word in the
het Velvets a re 4s divided bac twa Masse's'
- , -regular and itTegedar:r - : The- :regular
voWels aie:thttse Which `ernea - always vow
el 3; :a, e; o.: ' The, - irregular' voviels
are those which are sometimes. vowels Mid
sotnetitues„cOnsonants, u, ta,
The question was asked "If the vowels
are the most important letters why are
they not placed first in order in the „Al
phabet ? Answer to be given to-morrow.
Mr. Sanders then spoke of the, importance
ot - learning:to sing,not only as a pacs.thue,
but also as the best Means of developing
the vocal,powers. lie rieSt took up the
subject of " Elocution " and gave a thor
ough drill in Articulation, in which -all
members of the . Institute participated.
lie also , dwelt 'upon the necessity of
teachers requiring their pupili to read
and talk distinctly. - Adjourned until 2
P. M. .Afterioon 'session, 2 P. 31.---
FirStexereise—drill in practictil Arith
metic by . Prof. J. A. Cooper, Principal of
the Academy. Prof. Sanders follciired
with an exercise from his Elocutionary
chart the members giviti b tr all the vowel,
sounds io concert. the afternoon session
closed with an exercise in Orthography
•=• the` class writing- a long list 'Of - woidsi
and mutually correcting each other's er- I
rors. Between eacit of the drills a short
recess was given, followed by singing from
the Robin Red Breast one of Mr. Sanders'
Juvenile Singing Books.
The number of nawes'alreadyregistered
is 53. consequence of the inclenieney
of the weather and state of the roads
many teachers were detained to-day who
will probably be in attendance to-morrow.
The regular lectures and discussions
with which it is intended the evenings
shall be occupied were omitted' to give
the teachers an opPortunity to attend
krof. Marsh's :Musical Concert. The
performance of the pieces were such as
fully to justify the high encomiums be
stowed upon them by Prof. Sanders dur
ing a brief Itut appropriate Lecture Upon .
Music. Hereafter the exercise will con
sist 'of daily drills under Profs. Sanders,
Campbell, Lewis and Cooper.
Tile evenings will be occupied by lec
tures and discussions as previously an
nounced. The Institute will continue
until the 24th. All interested in the
cause of Education are cordially invited
H. 31—IoNEs, .
Uncle Steve's Pills.
MA -D 0 1. t r f r e
' c ) m o
m r g
c o n ts a . ea ßa t r o ks e , ur n e nd ev r er i 3 an ti tis in . 7,
but as the best and most - RELIACLE FAMILY
rnyste known. They leave the Stomach and
Bowels in a healthier and better condition
than any other physic. Try one bfix, and re
turn if not satisfied.
Sold by C. S. & A. Jones, Agents, Coiders
TETE MIGHTY PiEALER
Let not disease, with its fangs, pray upon
you, until the cold hand of death hurls you to
an untimely grave. Shake off the feeling of
despair and hopelessness,- so liable to come
upon the invalid.- The plant born of the Sun
we place within the reach of all.. We care
not what may be the specific form of the dis
ease. The - cause, the fountain of the disease
itself, is impure blood, and through the dif
ferent channels of the lungs, the stomach and
the vital organs,. 4060\'S MOUNTAIN'
HERB HILLS will pass, mingling with the
blood, search out and grasp and then expel,
all hurtful poison that there is in it. Thus
cleanse the blood by a few doses of these
Pills, and disease, iu any form, will dissipate
and vanis%. As the Sun, with its glorious
beams first causes the morning dew to rise as
mist, then growing stronger, casts his burn
rays upon it—and behold 'tis gone—so
cleanse the blood, and dis Case, like morning,
dew. retreats and vanishes. There is no blood
purifier equal to Judson's Mountain Herb
Sold by all Dealers in Medicine.
MITE Advertiser, having•been r stored to
health in a few reeks by a v IT simple
remedy, after having suffered set- nil years
with a severe lung affection, and, hat dread
disease, Consumption—is anxious to make
known to Lis fellow-sufferers the, means ofl l
To all who desire it, lie. will send a copy of
the prescription used (free of charge), with
the directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a SliftE CURE for
CONSUMPTION', ASTIIIIA, Itrioxcnirfs, &c. The
. of tile advertiser in sending the
Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
spread information which he conceives to be
invaluable, and he hopes every Sufferer will'
try his' remedy, as it will .cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
Bar. EDWARD A. WILSON -
13-Iy] „ Kings County, New Yolk.
I am prepared to do jobs of Surveying in
Ulysses, Hector and Pike Townshi t ,s, and
anywhere within,B or 10 . miles of wy home,
and can undoubtedly give satisfaction, hav
ing had over 6 years experience.
Brooldand, Potter Co. Pa.
Oct. 21, 1860.
XTOTICE is hereby given that the under
1.11 signed,' an Auditor appointed by the
Pout to Make distribution of the proceeds of
the sale of real estate. in-the case of. D. Am
merman es. Versa Dickinson of Feb. Term
DM, No. 68, will attend to the nuties of• his
appointment at the Prothonotary's office, in
the Dow of Coudersport, on Saturday the 24th
at 1 o'clock P. M. Those interested will at
tend and present their claims if they think.
proper. 11. J. OLMSTED, Auditor.
13ARBER AND HAIRDRESSER,—in the
building recently occupied by J. S. Mann,
Esq., as a law otlie Coudersport, Pa„—would
respectfully solicit the patronage of the pub
lic. Shaving, flair-cutting and Shampooing
done in the most approved - style. ar•Cloth
ing neatly and expeditously CLEANED and.
SCOURED, at reasonable prices.
Qct. 16, ISGQ.-3 ran..
VFAINGES - SLIFFERING _from. Scalding of
the - Urine r Prolapsus,,Lueorthea, should
use Dr.Andrews' FiVer uiid Cabkhecompound.
It removes all Feveficirritation, Itching, and
leaves tile - parti, in. a. healthy _condition.--
Ploase consult "List Ray of Hope," to he bad
of the Proprietor, Syracuse, - N. Y. Send
stamp to' pre-pay-Postage, or jt may be. had
gratis - cif Agents. Por sale by C: 8_ A.
Jon 6, Ciludbrspoit
Ail/Rite& 1 •
Try one box : of Hyde'i Celebiated' Indian
Phisters. It removes Ptiin, Soreness, Lame
ness or Weakness, quicker and more. certain
than any other known article, and is a specific
remedy for Rheumatism. It is the cheapest
as well as best Plaster before the public.—,
From Bto 12 largeybisters for 25 cents. Cir.
culars to be had gratis of Agents. ,
Sold' by. C. S: & E. A. Jones, Coudersport,
ant!, by dealers generally. Ily.
• Application in Divorce.'
WO Nancy B. Vanderniark, You are hereby,
notified that Thos. W. Vandermark your
Husband has applied to the Court of Common
Pleas of Potter County for a divorce from the'
Bonds of Matrimony, and that the said Court
have appointed Monday, the 17th, day of Dec.
A. D. 1860 for hearing the said Thos. W. Van
dtrmark at which time and place, you: can
appear if you-think proper.
WM. F. BURT, Sheriff. -
Nov. 1, 18G0
rpriE undersigned %could respectfully inform
IL the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by A. G.
Olmsted, where he is prepared to do
All kinds of Harness- Work
on the shortest notice.
LONG STRAW COLL !IRS,
also kept constantly on hand. These - collars
are a superior article, and need but a trial to
insure their success.
Repairing done in good style.
Surcingles, 3fartin,,enle-rings ' flames, mid
Mine .straps, &c., kept constalitly on hand.
The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere.
. S. P. MINAR
Coudersport, Oct 16th, 1860.
Used 15 years in an Extensive and very Success-
fel Medical Practice.
A CERTALN REMEDY FOR
Fere). Canker and Inflammation : 1
111 . 11. 0. ANDREWS' Fever rind Canker
JIY Compound is unquestionably the best
and most reliable remedy for Scarlet Fever,
Measles, Sore Mouth or Throat, Coughs, Colds,
Bleeding at the Lungs, or for Fever of every
. Hopeless Cases
of Bleeding at the Lungs, Coughs, (called
Consumption,) Debility of the System, Female
Weaknesses, and all general Fevers cured.
could be published, showing, the most aston
Nelson lialladay, Esq. Groton, N. Y., cured
of Bleeding at the Lungs, severe Cough. and
General Debility of the System, called Con
sumption. All hopes of relief had failed from
every other source.- The cure was performed
five years since. lie is yet, @larch, MOO
enjoying good health.
Mrs. Henry Vanderbelt, Orleans, N. Y.;
cured of extreme case of Female Weakness,
Prolapsus Uteri, Itching and Irritation of the
Privates, and General Debility of the System
pronounced incurable by many physicians—
three years standing. Now, in the enjoyment
of good health.
Mrs. Litman Johnson, Summer Hill, N. Y.,
cored of extreme Female Debility, Nervous
Weakness, Irritation, ke.,
The afflicted should consult "Last Ray • of
Rope," published for gratuitous circulation,
by 0. Andrews, Syracuse, N. Y. Sent to any
address on receipt of a stamp to pre:pay pos
tage, or may be had of agents gratis. C. S.
E. A. Jones, Agents for Coudersport. 71y.
HYDE'S INDIAN PLASTER.
If ammonth Boxes for 23 Cents !!
g TING PLASTERS—for all diseases of the
I_4l Lungs and Spinal Affections, &c.
Heart Plasters—The most reliable remedy
known for Palpitation and all other diseases
of the Heart.
Back Plasters—For Crick 'or Lameness in
the Back, Side or Chest, Weakness in the
Foot Plasters—The Best Remedy), known
fureoldness of the feet and limbs, excellent
draft in all cases of sickness.
Womb Plasters—For the Cure of Falling of
the. Womb, Whites, and all other Female
Diseases. Each box contains enough to
spread 8 or 10 large sized plasters.
This is the only absorbent Plaster before
the public. A single plaster applied to the
bottoms of the Sect will be carried into the
circulation of the - Blood, and every park
the body be thoroughly-medicated.
Testimonials by thousands might be printed
but it is deemed useless. The afflicted seek
it and find relief in all cases.
C. D. Luther. Groton, N.- Y., cured of ex
treme Lame Buck; long standing..
Mrs. Harvey - , McGrawville, Cortland Co.,
N. Y„ cured of Rheumatism and other local
Drs. Wm. f"owler, the Landlady at Alton,
Wayne. Co., N. 1%, says: I wish my tongue
could reach every female in the land. I wo'd
say, use Hyde's Indian Plaster. It bas bene
fitted me more than every other application."
For sale by C. S. k. E. A.. Jones, Couders
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed, an Auditor appointed by the
Court to make distribution of the proceeds of
the sale of real estate in the case H. J. Pack
burst, vs. Urial Atwood, of Sept. Term 1857,
No. 69, will attena to the duties of his ap
pointment at the Prothonotary's office, in the
Boro, of Coudersport, on Saturday the 17th
day of November next, at 1 . o'clock P. M.—
Those interested will attend and present their I
claims if they think proper.'
H. J. OLMSTED, Auditor. I
lIEREAS,' Letters of Admini4tration to
the • Estate of - Nicholas Schoomaker,
late of Coudersport, in the County of Potter,
, - -, 4deceased, have been granted to the sub
stribers, ail persons indebted to said estate,
are requested to make immediate payment;
and those having claims against the same,
will present them duly authentixdted to
• W. H.IIETZGAR,
H. J. OLMSTED,
Coudersport, Oct , 23, 1860. - b-6•w.
TO THE LADIES. .
vortivt "BLOOM OP 'ROSES." A rich
11 I and elegant coloi'for the ihteks or lips.
IT• WILL NOT :WASH; Olt 'HMI' OFF, and
when once' applied, remains durable for years;
The tint la so richrand-mttural; that the clos4
Eat scrutiny fails to detett ils lite. Can be
removed by lenion jtiiee and Will not injure
the skin.; This is a neWpreparation, need by
the celebrated Court Beauties of Loudon and
Paris. Mailed free, in bottles, with directions
fur Sl,oo. ;
11UNT'S "COURT TOILET POWDER," im
parts a dazzling whiteness to the complexion,
and is unlike anything else used for this pur
pose. Mailed free fur 50' Cents.
HUNT'S "BRITISH BALM," removes - tan,
freckles, sunburn and all eruptions of the
skin. Mailed free for 50 'cents.
, HUNT'S ." IMPERIAL' POMADE" for the
hair, strengthens and improveS its growth,
keeps it from falling off, and is warranted to
make the hair curl. Mailed free for $1.00..
HUNT'S "PEARL BEAUTIFIER," for the
teeth' and gums, cleanses and whitens the
teeth, hardens-the gums,' purifies the breath
effectually, preserves the teeth and prevents
toothache.- Mailed free for $1.00; •
-HUNT'S." BRIDAL WREATH PERFUME,"
a double extract of orange blossoms and ccio
logne. Mailed free for Sl.OO. This exquisite
-perfume was first used by the Princess Royal
of England, On her.marriage., Messis.• Hunt
Zr, Co., presented the Princess with nn elegant
ease of Perfumery. (in which all of the abcii - e
articles were included) in handsome•cut glass
with gold stoppers, valued at $l5OO, particu
lars of which - appeared in the public prints.
'All the above articles sent Free, by express :
for $5.00. Cash can either accompany the
order, or be paid to the express agent on de-
livery of goods. HUNT d: CO., •
Pilumers to the Queen.
Regeht St. London, aid 77 Suwon: St. Plat. Pa
For Sale by all Druggists and Perfuineri.
m. The Trade Supplied.
E. N. STEBBINS & BRO., Coudersport,
have the above articles for sale. •
Oaf" W Lo
41l n D POI°
To the citizens of New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Apothecaries. Druggists, Grocers and
Wolfe's Pure Cognac Brandy.
Wolfe's Pare Idaderia, Sherry and Port Wine.
Wolfe's Pare Jamaica and St. Croix Burn
Wolle's Pyre Scotch and Irish Whisky.
ALL IN BOTTLES.
beg leave 10-call the, attention of the citi
zens of the -United Slates to the above Weas
and LiOnotts, imported by Udolpho Wolfe, of
New York, whose name is familiar in every
part of this country for the - put ity'of his cele
brated SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. -Mr. Wolfe, in
his letter to me, speaking.of the purity of his
Wines and Liquors, Says: " I will stake my
reputation as a man my, standing as a mer
chant of thirty years' residence in the City of
New York, that all the Brandy and Wines
which I bottle are pure as imported, and of
the best quality, and can be retied upon by
every purchaser." Every bottle has the pro
prietor's name on the wax, and a fac simile
of his signature on the certificate. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine for themselves. For sale at Retail by all
Apothecaries and Grocers in
GEO. 11. ASHTON, No. 832 Market st. Phil
. Sole Agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following from the New York
Exonuovi 'BC.INE.SB ; FOR ONE NEW Tonic
1 31eacnixx.—We are happy to inform our fel
low-citizens that there is one place in our city
where the physician, apothecary, and country
morchant, can- go and purchase pure Wines
and Liquors, as pure as imported, and of the
best quality. We do . not intend to give an
elaborate description of:this merchant's ex
tensive business, although it will repay any
stranger or citizen to visit Udolpho Wolfe's
extensive ware-house, Nos.' 18. 20 and 22,
Beaver street, and Nos. 17, 19 and 21, Mark'-
etfield street. Ills stock of Schnapps on hand
ready-for shipinent could not have been leis
than thirty thousand cases; the Brandy,-some
ten thousand cases--Vintages of 1836 to 1856 ;
antipten thdusand cases' of Madeira, Sherry
and' Port Wine, Scotch and Irish Whisky,
Jamaica and - St. Croix Earn, vim° very old
and equal to any in this country. Ile alio
had three large cellars,: filled with Brandy,
in casks, under Custom-llouse key,
ready for bottling. • Mr. Wolfes3 sales of
Schnapps last year amounted to one hundred
and eighty thousand dozen,
and we hope in
leis than two years he may be equally suc
cessful with his Brandi 6 and Wines.
Ms business merits the patronage of every
lover of his species. Private families who
wish pure Wines and Liquors Tor medical use
should send their orders (ENO, to Mr. Wolfe,
until every lipothecarv: in the land make' up
their minds t7discard the poisonmis stufffroM
their shelves, and.replaee it with Wolfe's pure
Wines and Liquors.
We understand Mr. Wolfe; for the accom
modation of small dealers in the'country, puts
up assorted cases of Wines' and Liquors.
Such a man; and such *a merclont, should he
sustained against his tens of thousands of op
ponents in the United States, who sell noth
ing but imitations, ruinous alike to human
health and happiness. ' D',2—Gtez•
NATURAL TEETH PRESERVED TO .01.0 AGE.
Shares . Charcoal Tooth Soap. '
IVO ONE ARTICLE is more deservedly
111 popular as a means 'of cleansing and
preserving the Teeth than Charcoal.
In this beautiful article of Tooth Soap the
Charcoal is rendered so' perfectly ,fine as to
be iu reality but the superfine dust or that
most valuable substance—not a particle of
grit is used in the composition which could
possibly injure the enamel of ,Teeth. It is
united with articles that remove the tart, and
prevent its farther accumulation.
This Soap is the best known means of pre
serving the teeth, 'curing Sore Gums; and Sore
Mouth. ' •
• One will last one year at a cost of only
DIRECTIONS.—Wet the'brush and rub two
or three times lightly over the Soap, then
thoroughly brush the Teeth, and rinse the
mouth with pure water. ,
Sold by C. S. Sr, E...i.s,Tones, Couderspor,
geptl::-.9:,,' - ',
Are now prepared for Ile
'with a large an unusually attrsfctitn
= IA ari for Sale-at
*itiidat going into details,' every depart-
ment is tilled with careful selections which
toplease . botll in quality and price,j;
Thankful for past favors they would solicit
Coudcrspprt, Sept. 10, 1800.
HOW THEY tOill E.
pIIOSE "Ever so Many" NEW GOODS at
the NO- Store in Brookland.
BOOTS & SHOES DR-Y GOODS,-
GROCERIES ; .HARDWARE,
and lots of things that people need.
WELL WHAT OF jT ?
All fcr sale—for READY PAY Maly.
Bring 1000 eats. Bring 18 butted Bring 1G
eggs. Brieg 10 bnckwneat. Bririg 1000000
cash, and 'lBO9OOOO berries. Bring, hides,
furs, pelts, and old iron. All witicle-.1 call
,4 What about Prices ?"
Come and see. L. BIRD.
OLMSTED SC KELLY'S'
STORE can always' be found the best of
Cooking, Box - and. Parlor
S . T 0 V E J S .
Also, TIN And SUET-IRON WARE, POTS,
KETTLES. 'SPIDERS; SCOTCH COWLS,
FRYING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD
RONS. Alio, -
such as - PLOWS, SCRAPERS. ,CULTIVA
TORS, CORN-SHELLERS, ,HORSE-RAKES,
is well made'and the material good. Good and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS put up in any
part of the County—Terms casy. -I.lleady-Pay
of all kinds, including Cash, seldom refused.
Store on Main Street opposite the Old Court
House, Coudersport. Aug. 1,1859.-50
W. IL OMITS,
Hawing enlarged and refitted his WARE
~VFLLSV I ELIE
has now on hand and will keep ecnis:trintly.fdr
sale, a larger and better variety of- Cabinet - -'
Ware and Chairs,-than - hare ererheenoffereet
in this section of the Country.
His stock of common work has never been .
:equalled. Haring made extensive additions
to his assortment of , ,
he has tints , on hand Plain Mahogany & Mar
ble top Bureaus, Card tables, Marble top side
and Centre tables, Fruit and Toilet stands i
Marble top Wash stands. • . 1 -
• COTTAGE • •
BEADSTEADS. COUCHES, SOFAS,
new and beantifill varieties.
Cane ke Seat, Mahogany , Rocking and Easy Chaise,
In fdet every thing in the line of .
can be found at his establishinent.l Having
the best facilities for manufacturinglaud pur
chasing hig stock for cash,
He will not be Undersold. •
Those wishing . to buy,. will save at least
twenty-five per cent, by calling on W. IL
READY MADE COFFINS
of all sizes kept constantly on hand. 'Per
sonal attendance with hearse when requested.
W. IL COATS.
Wellsville ; Nov. l ; 1860:
0 , _.. f ., , _.-__i , ::::: , y,."--..-
GOODEC; . • :
IN' 08W VILLAG;
Bust Received from New. tor*
Stock of Goodll
EVEIi OFF 4
ii tY fit' 'k tq:t:b:ci.,tf.rii4
iogsists I '
p ity GOODS; , ,
Otg and Caps,
it,iii,fiCiiih ; ': - thifi . ooi,ii
• GROCIIRIES : .
1 - . rind' -
' 4 '.' ,4
1 aiii detrotceri-e—ori s oodsas low' as'
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to pat, gd selling a large amount for READY
PAY, I am enabled to Share lltcElSsititi
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liavipg iiiades . nitliiigeiNeiiii with same of
the best houses in die city, goods will be
sllippea fo he
enuabling me constantly to offer the .
STYLES and BEST QUALITIES' of
BEST GOLD ...OtY SiLi"ER *Atefilid
kept tini kand for safe: fietafs. snppliecl ,oil
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MENTwiI he constantly lierit, on hand:'_ •
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Osw&yo, April l 2, 18G0.—tyi;c'•tt.
The reople's Ceok , Book:
IN ALL ITSIMANCIIES
MISS ELIZA ACTON:
OARR,FULLY REVISED BY MRS. S. J. HALM
IT TELI 4 ,S YOU How to cbOose all kinds of
1 Meats, Poultry, and Game;
with all the various and most .
approved modes - of dressing
and cooking 'reef and Pork ;
also the best and simple - st'
• way of salting, pickling and
. curing the same.
IT TEL G YOU All the various and most'
'approved modes of dressing;
cooking, and honing - Mutton;
Lamb, Veal, - Poultry, and •
• Game of aft kinds, with the
different Dressings, Gravies;
1 • and Stuffings tivprOffatto to'
IT TELLS YOU How to choose, glean, and;
Fish of allitiads, and
hoW to s*eeten it when! tain ::
- ted , ars° all the various ann
most approved modes of Cook
! lug, with the different' Diess;'
' ings, Sauces, and Elavoringi •
appropriate to each:
IT TELLS YOU, All the various andinost
, proved, modes of prefatiag
ing over fifty different kin/es?
of Meat, Fish, Fowl, Game,
and Vegetable Soups, Broths; •
I • and Stews, with the Relishes'
and Seasonings appropriate'
• • •to each.
IT TELLS YOU All the various atof AP •
proved modes of choking. Veg:
etables of every description; -
also how to prepaid . pieli:esi
Catsups and Curries 3ffitr
• kinds, Potted Meats, Fiite;
'Game, Mushrocris, Ecc: • . •
11 TELLS YOU All the various and nidststp;
- proud modes of preparinA
and cooking all kinds of Plata- •
• and Fancy Pastry, Puddinti;
Omelettes, Fritters, Cakes; .
lies, and . Sweet Dishes of ad= .
ell- description, -
IT TELLS YOU Ail the - vatiods roidriCOsealus
I • • proved modal" of malting
•Bread, Ruske,- Muffin's, iucl
Biscuit, the best . tiihthod Of • ,
! , preparing Coffee; Chbeelate;
• _ • and Tea, and 'hutf - io
• Syrups, CordialS difif \Vines'
of various kinds'.
IT TELLS YOU How to set °tit`. rind - omi t :
ment a Table, hoW to Quips'
all kinds of Fish, Flesti' or
Fowl, and in short, bow to'
simplify the whole Art &rook.
ing as to bring the- choicest
• • luxuries of the' tablb: Withilat
• everybod , y's - reach:.
The book contains ce l ik g ei; arid . ntararcfss
of twelye hundred Receipes t all of which. ate,' ,
the results of actual experience; having
fully and carefully tested undo? Ihn . perstoiitt-W4'
!pperintendence of the writers: rt i•Y prit . iterr*j
In dear and open type, is illustrated' u:itli l s - 47.:
appropriate engravings, and Will Vie furWird4:-.t:7::
to any address, neatly bound, arid -
paid, on. receipt of the ,pri - ce; $1.00; dr - in'
cloth, extra, $1.25. • -
It 1000 A YEz-vil can be. Made_ CT .
enterprising men everywhere, in ielling "the
above work, .our inducements
ing very ,
For single'coples of the Book, or, for - At:Me
to agents, with other inforinatiOn; _le
or address - •
JOHN E. POTTER, .
80. 617 Bansoif atria', Phil., Pi