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.COUDER§PORT_4iOyEiII3ER 29 18;0;_,
E. .11 7 .. StebOirti - it. Ba:ci. have just re-'
toived'a large and : AvellSelected stock of
goods, whidh they announce in our
vortising coluranS., •
We are, repeated - Cc announce that a
• ThankigiVing Sprat - on will be preached
(Thuriday) morning, at the PresLy
teriao Church, by. the Rev. C. Strong.
The Sheriff makes some ml4llllOOB to,
corrections of,. his land sales this
Week. All to the large type, inclusive
are oew or correct.
Arch F. Jones, Esq., of this place, has
been appointed by the County Commis
sioners as Treasurer of this county to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the death of
E. Rees, Esq. This is an excellent—se
We have received the Quarterly Re
'vie. los, for the pres.mt quarter. They
ire all filled with, able and intelligent
matter, and should have a much larger
:popular reading than at p.esent. Pro
fessional men could not well apply $lO a
'year with better results. As soon as our
columns are relieved a little we Still pub
lish the Prospectus.
1V Turkey re.t.—Up to the time of
going to press this (Wednesday) after•
noon our appeal fora Turkey for Thanks
giving is a failure, and we have every
reason to suppose that our subscribers
don't care a—turkey whether we keep
the Governor's request or not. We won
der if Routisvilie could fetch us one if
we sent an order from Cushing? '•
Remember the Lecture by Rev. J. H.
Parsons, in the Subs of Temperance Hall,
a week from Saturday night., Doors open
at 7 o'clock. We hope to see a large au
dience oat on that evening, and particu
larly of those who are lukewailu and in-1
different to the cause he will advocate.
We promise you a good lecture —come
and hear it—it will cast you nothing but
time, and will be a real pleasure to you.
He Atlantic Monti&ly for December,
which closes the volume, is on our table.
It has an excellent literary list, embrac
ing nearly all its branches. ' From the
prospectus on the cover we learn that
the publishers, -while maintainine the
past character of the al/with/2h are mak
ing arrangements to add to its attractions
for the coming year. We have several
subscribers to the Atlantic. whose sub
tcriptions expire with the present- num
ber. They van now renew. We furnish
the JOURNAL and Atlantic together for
3,25 per annum. -
TOTTER COUNTY. Pennsylvania, tow
-ers up proudly in the Election Returns,
giving 1545 votes for Lincoln and Liber
ty, to 521 for Fusion and 1 for Bell-=
1,023 maj. over ali! Pretty good foi= t a
county which; even in 1840, gay:, Harri
son only 180 votes, to 363 for Van Bureil
=then over 2 to 1 on the 'wrong side;
.and now almost 3 to 1 on the right !
Their whole vote was 543 for Presi
dent, twenty Sears since,. and has since
•sweiled to 2,067—as g reat a ratio of gain
if not greater , than exhibited by any oth
er in the State. In the same period, the
.total population has increased from 3,235
tto 11,507—a marked change indeed.—
..Comprising a very large territory of up
land extremely well adapted to grazing,
with a railway near both its northern a nd
.southern borders. Potter is destined to
become a rich and populous county. No
longer controlled (as formerly alleged)
by outlaws and villains, who found its re
mote wilds a sanctuary from law, - it has
=become one of the most orderly and tem
perate counties iu the State--thanks to
.every Journa/ist, Mann, Bird, &c., in
strumental in its moral, political and
physical development and improvem'ent !
Beating TD. in this county, polled but
6 votes, but they were all 0. K. Four
districts gave Fusion maj. of from 2 to
6 each; and 22 other districts gave Lin
coln mays. ranging between 4 and 186.
speciq 1 lfafices.
Shares Charcoal Tooth Soap
'Will cleanse better and preserves the teeth
nod Gums longer than any other known sub
stance. One box will last 12 months for only
15 cents. To be bad of C. S. &E. A. Jones,
Uncle Steve's Pills.
MADE from Roots, Barks, and
Not recommended to cure everything,
but as the best and most RELIABLE FAMILY
?EMIL known. They leave the Stomach and
Bowels in a healthier and better condition
than any other physic. Try one box, and re
turn if not satisfied. •
. Sold by C. S. Sc A. Jones, Ageitnts7,lCy.oud2rs
lam prepared to do jobs of Surveying in
Ulysses, Hector and Pike Townshi e s, and
anywhere within 8 or 10 miles of my home,
and can undoubtedly give satisfaction, hav
ing had over 6 years experience.
L. BIRD. •
Brookland, Potter Co. Pa.
Oct. 24, 1860
Speci . al - -
EHA:LtS,StrP.FERVg froth Scalding of
I,;:frini t 'prola'psus, Lucorritta; should
use Dr. Andrews' Fever and Canker compound.
it removes all Fevers,lrritation,'ltching, arid_
leaves the parts in a healthy eondltitin.-=
Please consult' "East RaY of Hope," . to he heti
of the Proprietor, Syracuse,' N. Y. Send
stamp to pre•pay postage, or it may be , bad
gratis of Agents. For sale by C. S. EE. A.
Jones,_Coadersport -71 y. •
Try one box of Hyde's Celebrated Indian
Plasters.. It remo7es Pain, Soreness, Lame
ness or Weakness, -quicker and more certain
than any other known article, 'and is a'specific
remedy for Rheumatism.' It is the cheapist
as well 'as 'lleSt ..Plasier before the public.—
From Bto 12 large Plasters for-25 cents. - Cir
culars to he had gratis of Agents.
Sold by. C. S.-& P. A. Jones, .Coudersport,
and by dealers generally. • 71y.
MITE Advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks by a very simple
remedy, after having 'suffered several years
with a severe lung affection, and that dread
disease, Cunsnmption—is.. anxious to make
known 'to Lis fellow-sufferers the means of
To all who desire . it, he will send ik copy of
the prescription used
.(free of charge), with
the directions for preparing and using the
same, which they will find a seas Guns for
COSSCIIPTION, ASTI4MA, BRCNCRITIS, &C. The
only object of the advertiser in sending • the
Prescriptio.n 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
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON
[3-Iy.] RingA County, New Yoik
A 000 SHEEP =PELTS, wanted immediately
1 at • STEBBINS':
Horse Team for Sale.
riVIE subscriber desires to sell a Team of
1. BAY MARES, 6 years old, both with
foal: They are well matched, gentle, and so
far as I know, sound. They are well broken . to
farm use, and will be sold at a very reasona
ble price. Terms easy. Apply immediately
at the Jewelry Store. C. WARRINER.
•Couderspore Nov. 28, 1860.--11,
;VIM Partn e rs ip heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned under the title of
SMITH. k JONES, in the Drug and Variety
business, is this day dissolved by mutpal
consent. The books, notes and accounts are
in the hands of C. Smith for settlement and
collection, and all persons indebted to the
firm are requested to make immediate pay
ment and save costs.
E. A. JONES.
Coudersport, Nov. 26, 1860.-3t.11
The choicest and most complete
FALL AND WINTER
$4 _,•:. - - 1
li, : - F. 1 -.
= r.-, =N_ = =
EVER OFFERED IN
which affords buyers a splendid opportunity
to suit themselves with articles of every va-
riety of cost, elegance, or excellence
We cannot be beat in
QUANTITY, QUA LITY
all of which, every department, challengea
We take all kinds of PRODUCE in
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS
and allow the highest jfarhet Price
Look to your interest,
IN SO DOING REMEMBER. TEE
Es N. -STEBBINS & BRO.
Coudersport; Nov. 1860
BLACKSMITH, Fourth street, between Main
and West Streets, Coudersport, Pa., is pre
pared to do - all kinds of work in his line,
on the most reasonable terms. Produce
taken in payment. 12:39
PRICE - CURRENT.. •
Corrected: every Wednes days by E. N. - STEB
BINS k, 'BRO. - Wholesale- and
"Bealers in Groceries and Provisionai
oppositeD. F, Glassruire's ;
' . Coudersport, Pa..
.tpples, green, V:bush., . , $ . to 621
•do dried, " ' • 1.00 2OD
Beans, - :-" • • 100 1'50 ..
Beeswax, 12 lb., _ .. 20 25
Beef, " . 4- ', 5
Berries, dried, lg. quart 6 121
Buckwheat, ` , O bush., • 40. 50
Butter, Te lb., 16 17
Cheese, " * , ' 8 12
Corn, e 0 busb., 75 88
Corn Moil; - per cwt.,' • 150 200
Egg, doz ,
Flour, extra, bbl.,
Hams, 1-4 lb.,
Hay, ton, •
Honey, per lb.,
Maple Sugar, per lb.,
Oats, "ti bush.,
Pork, `l.l bbl.,
do 'ffl lb.,
do in whole bog, 12 lb.,
Potatoes, per bush.,
Peaches, dried, "tg lb.,
Poultry, ? lb.,
Rye, per bush.,
Salt, 112 bbl.,
do `i?.. sack,
Trout, per / bbl.,
White Fish, 1,9 bush. ,
List at Causes for trial at Dec
- Term, IS6O.
Johnson, Wells & Co. vs. Forgns Gee,
William T. Jones, " Ives & Strait, • -
W. T. Jones k Bro. "• Culp & Culp, •
W. H. Hydorn, "' S. M. ls,
C. C. KenyOn, " .W T &A F Jones.
IV. H. Metzgar, et. al. -" L. • ic
A. H. Ford, " S. M. Mills,
Asa Downs, - " Coe--H. H. Wood, ,
J. C. Cavanaugh,
" WT& A F Jones.
J. C. Cavanaugh; " W T Jones,
Painter, Ives et " Thomas Hart,
Painter, Ives et al. " Thomas Hart,
Win V Keating et al. " Harvey Manning,
•A F Jones, " C H Ives et eh
!Roswell Owen, " L. F. Maynard, - •
Stevens, use of Bailey " Wm B Monroe,
0. A Lewis, guardian " John P. Rugsell, •
Samuel Gridley, • " Lord & Dwight,
Nathan Phillipl, " Lord & Dwight,
Wm T Jones & Bro. " John 14 Kilborn,
P. A. Stebbins, W T Jones, A
Jones, C Smith,
The Commonwealth, " C Swartz,F.Joh'en
H L Austin et al. " Reynold & Dnvid'n
Pomeroy & Smith, " Rosa and White,
S W Payne & Co., " •WT&AF Jones,
S W Payne & Co., " " CC _
Olmsted,use W T Jones" Isaac B. Baker,
Potter County, • " C. Aylesworth,
Thomas Hart, " • John Jordon,
S P Reynolds, • • " Benj. Rennells,
H Mattison, - " Franklin Gale, •
Manoah Matteson, " H Lord & J Dwight
Manoah Matteson, "- IV T& A F Jones.
H. J. OLMSTED, Pro'y.
Coudersport, Nov. 22, 1860.
BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER,—in the
building recently occupied by J. - S. Mann,
Esq., as a law oflie, Coudersport, Pa.,—would
respectfully solicit the patronage of the pub
lic. Shaving, Bair-cutting and Shampooing
done in the most approved style. ItEr Cloth
ing neatly and expeditously CLEANED and
SCOURED, at reasonable prices. '
Oct. 16, 1860.-3 mo. •
Application in Divorce.
WO Nancy 11. - Vanderroark, 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 raid Thos. W. Iran
dermark at which time and 'place, you can
appear if you think proper.
W3I. F. BURT, Sherff
Nov. 1, 1860
T il t E h
e u s n u d r e r r o s u ig n n d c ul d g u
c o o n m l d m r u e z t e 3 c . t t f l u i
a l I t y
h e inform has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by A. Q.
Olmsted, where he is prepared to do
AU kinds of Harness Work
on the shortest notice.,
LONG STRAW COLLARS, .
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.
Sarcingles, Martingale-rings, •Hames, and
flame straps, S:c., kept constantly 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-
fal Medical Practice.
A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR
Fever Canker and Inflammation
111 R. 0. ANDREWS' Fever and Canker
I P. Compound is unquestionably the best
mid most reliable remedy for Scarlet Fever,
Measles, Soreiaouth or Throat, Coughs, Colds,
Bleeding 'at the Lungs, or for Fever of every
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 Holladay, 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. He is yet, (March, 18600
enjoying good health.
. Mrs. Henry -17anderbelt, Orleans, N.
cured - a:A' extreme case of Female Weakness,
Prolapses 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.
Hrs. Luman Johnson, Summer Hill, N. Y.,
cured of extreme Female Debility, Nervous
Weakness, Irritation, kc., &c. •
The afflicted should consult "Last Ray of
Hope," published for gratuitous circulation,
by 0. Andriivs, Syracuse, N. Y. Sent to any
address on receipt of a stamp to pre-pay pos
tage, or may be had of agents gratis.. 0. 8.
& E. A. Jones, Agents for Coudersport. ;
',`(%°l4A otk ki9s
`au' rotss -
- A SUPERLATIVE •
TON IC ) D FUR
2b Ilk . citizens of New *ATM/ aid PennsElvaqia.
. ApoOlecati i
pa. Druggists, Gve ars and I :
. . Private Families. - • .
Wolfe's Pure Cognac Brandy.
Wolfe'li Pure Madczia, Sherry and Port Wine. -,
Wolfe's Pure danthica and St. Croix Burn. -
Wolfe's Pare Scotch and Irish Whisky. - i" ,
. ' . ALL IN BOTTLES.
I beg leave lo:call the attention of the citi- -
zens of the United States to the above WINES
and LIQUORS, imported by Ildolpho Wolfe, of
New York, whose name is familiar in every
part of this country for the purity of his cele
brated SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS. - Mr. Wolfe, in
his letter to me; speaking of the purity of his
Wines and.Liqtiors,' 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, -Oat' all, the Brandy and Wines
which rbotitle are pure as imported, and of
the best quality, and.can be relied upon by
every purchaser." Every bottle has the pro
prietor's name on the wax, and a fad simile
of his signathre on the certificate. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to gall and exam
ine for themselves.. For sale at Retail by all
Apothecaries.and Grocers in Philadelphia. -
GEO. H. Asetrox, No. 832 Market' st. Phil
Sole Agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following. from the New York
Courier: . ,
Eamtatons - BUSINESS FOR ONE NEW YORE
IfEaCHANT.—We 'are happy to inform our fel
low4ltizens that'there is one place in our city
where the physician, apothecary, and country
merchant, can go and purchase puth Wines
and Liquors, as pure as im, orted, 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
etQeld street. His stock of Schnapps on hand
ready for shipment could not have been less
than thirty thousand:eases ; the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases—Vintages of 183 G to 1856 ;
and ten thousand cases of - Madeira, Sherry
and Port Wine, l Scotch and Irish Whisky,-
Jamaica and St. Croix Rum, some very old
and equal to any in this country. 11e also
had three large cellars, filled . with Brandy,
Wine, Sc., in casks, under Custom-Jim:is key,
ready for bottling. Mr. Wolfe's sales of
Schnapps last year amounted to one hundred
and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in
less than two years he may be equally -suc
cessful with his Brandies and Wines.
His business merits the patronage of every
lover of his species. Private families who
wish pure Wines and Liquors for medical use
should send their orders direct to Mr. Wolfe,
until every Apothecary in the land make up
their minds to discard the poisonous stuff from
their shelves, and replace it with Wolfe's pure
Wines and Liquors.
We understand Mr. Wolfe, for' the..accom
modation of striall dealers in the country, nuts .
up assorted cases of Wines and Liquors.—
Such a man,. and. such a :nerchant, should be,
sustained againit his tens of thousands of op
'ponents 'in the United States, who sell noth
ing but imitations, ruinous alike to human
health and happiness. [s2—Gm's
650, 7 00
5 50 - 6 00
.8 - 12
23.56 24 50
250 2.75 '
NATURAL TEEN PRESERVED TO OLD AGE.
Shart's Char . coal Tooth Soap.
NO ONE ARTICLE ' , is more deservedly
popular as, a means of cleansing and
preservine , the Teeth than Charcoal.
Ia this beautiful article of Tooth Soap the
Charcoal is rendered so perfectly fine . as to
be iu reality but the superfine dust of that
most valuable substancenot 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 tceth; curing Sore Gums, and Sore
One box will last one year at a cost of only
DiascrtoNs.—Wet the brush and rub two
or three times lightly over the Soap, then
thoroughly brush the Teeth, and riuse the
mouth with pure water.
Sold by C. S.:S; E. A. Jones, Coudersport,
V 2 3-. To Persons ou'i,of Emploilnzent.
AGEN TS WANTED,
.1a every County of the United States,
MO engage in the sale of some of the best
and most, elegantly -illustrated Works
Our publications are of the most interesting
character, adapted to the wants of the Farm
Mechanic and Merchant; they are publish
ed is the best style and bound in the most
substantial manner, and are worthy a place
in the Library of every Household in the
ra.„ To men of enterprise and industrious
habits, this business offers an opportunity for
profitable employment seldom to be'met with.
Dar Persons desiring ,to act as agents will
receive promptly by mail full particulars,
terms, &c., by addressing
LEAN.Y,HETZ CO., Puldishers,
No. 224 North . Second street, Phil.
At L. BIRD'S.
Brooklond, Gov. 21, 1860.
ATOTICE is hereby given, that the, following
II account has been examined and passed
by me, and remains filed in the Register's 9f
fi ce of Potter county for the inspection of heirs,
legatees : creditors, and all others in any 'oth
er way interested; and will be presented to
the next Orphans' Court of said. county, at
the Court House in the Borough' of Couders
port, on Tuesday, the Bth day , of December,
1860, for confirmation and allowance •• •
Account of Samantha Presho,
trir of the Estate of Samuel Gee, Jr., late ,of
Roulet township; deceased.
T. IVES, Register, •
by I. BUTTERWOIini, Deputy.
Cciudersport,Noy. 21, 1860.
" A: -1' 11 •: - t •
Qvias..:tan,alerey4 , be•fonnd the:.best of .
_lam •COkintiAitki and Parlor
,*ARE; RETTL.E.% i''''Sli,ll).oB,',':4BlCVT,Ckl? BOWLS,.
rßiff.;ll4Wl . S;-',P,&1 4 „ 4- 1 1 ,00;*nd
r cult rat I mpleZlent s,
TORS. CORN-SHELLERS, HORSE-MAKES,
DOG-POWERS, &c..' • '
is made and Mai material goOd. Gdod and
substantial EAVES-TROUGfiput up in any
part of the County—Terms easy. Beady lay
of including. Cash seldom refused.
Store on Main Street oppoSite the Old Court
Muse, COuder.sport. Aug. I , 1859.-50
Having enlarged and , reltted his WARE
had now on hand and will keep constantly for
sale, a larger and better variety
s of Cabinet-
Ware and Chairs, than have ever been offered
in .this section of the 0011,111.17.
liis stock of common ifork has never been
equalled. _Having made extensive nddiCions
to hia assortment of -
he has now on band Plain Mahogany 4k. Mar
ble top thireatts, Card tables, Marble top side
and Centre tables, Fruit and Toilet stands,
Marble top Wash stands. - •
• i FRENCH
BEADSTEADS. COUCHES, SOFAS,
1 AND TETE-A-TETES, '
new and beautiful varieties:
Cane Seat, Mahogany, Rocking an& Easy Chaki,
In fact every thing in the line of
can be found at his establishment. Having
the best facilities for manufacturing and pur
chasing MR stock for cash,
He will not be Undersold,
Those wishing to buy, *ill Saxe at leas ,
twenty-live per cent, by calling on W. H
READY EADE COFFINS
of all sizes kept constantly on hand. Per
sonal attendance with hearse when requested
W. H. GOATS.
Wellsville, Nov. 1,180. ,
JOSEPH A. COOPER, A B. Principal.
MR. WM. GILLTLAND,
MISS H. M. JUNES;
The ULYSSES ACADEMY was commenced.
in the spring of 185th and opened to students
the following 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, they
requisite facilities for Obtaining a thorough
and practical education. . .r
The school is in a peat, two-story building,i
beautifully situated 'ona gentle eminences
cominanding, a view of the.viliage and coun-,!
try around. The adjoining yard contains
about three acres. The upper story contains
a single room; and is used for a chapel : reci4,
tation, and study room. This room is lighted
by 14 large windows, furnished with seats for! .
130 .scholars, tables, black-boards, maps
charts, clock, thermometer; and Library o
Refeeence Books. The lower story contain
two rooms for recitations, one for library, q
dressing room, and a hall .8 by 44 feet. I
The students board in private families and
study in their own rooms. Nearly every fam4
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.
117- 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 volt
ume.q, costing about S3,go a vol. Among
theni are : APPLETON".TNEW AMERICAN
CYCLOPEDIA; 9 vols. , THE HOME CYCLq-
PEDIA, S volq., kc, There is a general li
brary underthe care of a Librarian ; and
Teachers Library ccintainiug 25 vols., 111:00
There are three Sessions a year of Fourteen
Weeks each; Commencing as follows •
Ist Session Tueiday Aug. 21st, 1860.
2nd ." .• " Dec. 4tli " 1
3rd "*" - ". March. 26th, 1861.
The Winter Term mill commence .lA
Ittittioq, peh leiti of 14
INVAIILIABTK TN ADVANCE.
Common English—mahracing Reading,
' Orthography, Geography, I.
Grammar, and Arithmetic ) , History, .1
Calisthenics and Drawing, $5,6;0
To which is added for each higher study 1 : 09
have no extras. 10
rel.,Tuition in no case exceeds 7,00
Board, room, light, fuel, &c., $1,50 per week.
Rooms without board, $2 or $3, per term.
School Books, Stationery and Drawing m 4,.
terials, as well as Maps, Charts, Globes, &d,
can be obtained in Ulysses, from 15 to bob
per cent. less than elsewhere.
As respects fine and convenient buffdin,q,
beautiful and healthy location, Moroughpractierl
and symlemalic instruction, efficient aids; pure
strong and noble iaccntives this institution ac
knowledges no superior, and few equals. The in
tercourse of the students with each other ttAd
with the Instructors is expected to conform to
the courtesies and proprieties of cultivat4d
society. Their admission to the institution
and, enjoyment of its privileges, imply a s.i.-
cred contract on their part promptly to ob
serve its Regulations. A.copy of these is far . -
nished to each student and conformity to then
is indispensible to continuance in the Institi
For Cit. Colors, address J. „A.. COOPER,
Nov. 1, 18G0.=9:46* Ulysses; Pa,;
Application in Divorce. " 1
Per3l.3 Churchill, by her, next friend Albert.
MO James B. Churchill,Responcient :Where
as a subpoena and alias subpoena, hvir)g
been issued, and returned nihil, you are here
by notified to be and appear at our next
Court of Common Ples:s for Potter County, ht
the December Term; to show cause if any you
have why the said Court should not decreel a
divorce on•the part of Libellant...
' WM. F. BURT, 'Peri/
Coudersport, Nov; 14 s , 1860. • '
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Stock of Oti6d#
EVEg OFFER:EVA N'
" 0 T_T ER .o:OUNTY
Tlifi assoitmei4 "aorisis4' , oe-7,
Hats 'and Caps#
I am • determined to: sell gondb an low "sui
they can be parehased . 4n Hay.:
ng ptirchased for Cash, no rents. of interest
to pay, and selling a large amount *ADY
i'AY, I am enabled to Share the tribal %
Profits with my inEtemeigi -
Having made arrangenieiti zoith some of
the best hduses in the city, goadi will be
siiippre,o fo I . iie iffeelg;
,•nnaliliti&rne constantly to offer the LATEST
"STYLES d,BEST QUALITIES of Goods.
BEST GELD AND SILVER WATCHES(
kept on ;hand for sale.' redlaii supplied od
'reasonable terniu. - , ,
CAW FOR GOOD LUMBER
I HAVE ESTABLISITED -A
under the name and atyito of -
SIMMONS ScPEß ßY, wbire a COMPLET E GENERAL ASQ,RT:
MENT wil be constantly kept on
C. H. spawn.
Oswayo, April 2, 186-.ly,c4t:
The People's Cook-Hook ;
MODE RN . COOKERY
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
MISS ELIZA ACTON:
QUA:SULLY REVISED BY , MRS. 8. J. HALB:
IT TELLS YOU How to choose all kinds of
Meats, Poultry, and s Game,
with all the various and most
approved, modes of dressing
and cdoking Beef and Pork
also the ' best and simplest.
way of salting, pickling and
curing the same. '
IT TELLS YOU. All the various- and most:
approred modes of dressing, -
. cooking, and boning Mutton,
Lamb, .'Veal, Poultry, and
Game of all kinds, with the
different. Dressings, Gravies,
and Stuffings appropriate tv
IT-TELLS. YOU How to eheaSe, clean, 'and'
preserve Fish of all kind..k.'and
how to sweeten it when tarn-,
• ' ted , also all the various and'
_ most approved modes of e'ohlt
ing. with the different Dress=
tugs, Sauces, and Flavorings'
appropriate to each.
IT TELLS YOU All the various and most apz_
proved modes i. of preparing:
• ing o'er fifty different kinds
of 'Meat, Fish, Fowl, Game;
and Vegetable S6ups, Broths,.
and Stews, with the Roliihes
land Seasonings appropriate
- , to each.-
IT TELLS YOU All the various and most
proved modes of cookiffir Veg
. etables of
also how to prepare pickles;
' - Catsups ' and Curries of all'
kinds, Potted Meats, Fish;
Game, Mushroom's, &c. -
IT TELLS YOU All the various and most ap- - .
proved modes of preparidg
and cooking all kinds Of Plain'
and Fancy Pastry; Pintirtigi;•
Omelettes, Fritters, Cakes,
Confectionary, Preserves, Jel- -
lies . , and Sweet Dishes of etr
IT TELLS YOU . All tlie'vaiiods.aii'd most spF,
proved - modeS of making
. Bread, Rusks, Muffins, and
. Biscuit, the best method of
preparing Coffee . ; Chocolate,
. and Tea, and -hoW„te; make
Syrups, Cordial, and Wind'
of various kinds.
1T TELLS YOU Bow to set Out; and °ins=
ment a Table, hew to Carve
all kinds of Fiih, Flesh or
Fowl, and in shOrt, bow. to
• simplify the whole Art ofCdok- -
• -leg as to bring the choicest
luxuries of the table Within'
everybody's reach.- •
Therbook - contains 418 pages . , and nlAirard;t:
of twelve hundred Reteipes, all of which. are
the results of actual - experience ? having been'
fully and carefully testaunder the, persona,
superintendence' of the *Nth.' 1t is printed'
in a clear and open type, is illtistrated. With'
appropriattengravings; and will' be fortiarded t
to any address; neatly- bound, and postage'
paid, on receipt of the .price, $1.60,
cloth, extra, $1.25. . • •
$l.OOO A YkAlt, can bb made by"
enterprising men everywhere, in selling,the
above work, our inducenients to all each 6e:
tug very liberal. - ,
For single copies of the BoOk; or for teeitue
ton'entarliith other infoiiiihtion; apply 'to'
of address , - •
JOHN E. POTTER, Publisher:
?To. 911 Eaascol Most, l'l4,