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COUDERSPORT, DECE4I3ER G 1860
IVinitir is upop tis--:lhiegroun.d is frvz
ze , so lid, and is val . :at..luta NI covered IN-it'll
snow to admit: of: short A Nurpeys ou run
neve The' hubs, loVirev:sl-; 'Stick their
black heads dikatritzlngly.. OUr citizens
h ave "gone into.ivinter :habit," and buii
oess is reviving rapidly upon the promise
of more snow. TueSday-nire• snow has
fallen to•day, makifig fair-sleighing.
iVe hope our friends - will remember us
Coot week— lie never nettled money
horse than now, and our iittle dues; in
this county when all collecfect
would get us entirely 'jut of 'Alai and
l e ave us a fair amount of money. to - go
ahead with. We hai'e about $6OO now
outstanding:, all iu little dribs of front - $1
to $3. May we not luipe fora laige share
o f it Court week ? If you are.not com:
ing to Court yourself, send the. Looney or
home kind of grain by some ocighbor who
Blaclacood's ilagazine.=--This excel
lent British monthly fur .No.vember is on
'ea table, and re have read it with n&
than oi'difiaiy interest. 'lt opens with an
excellent criticism of the
A ointment 'Worm, and. contains some
halldozen Review articles Vesicles two
protracted serials. 'The 'only obj ection
we have to Iliad:lt:6oa is the leugth to
Which its stories are drawn out. it is
reliubliAcd by L. &oft E Co., .New
York, rod is supplied to American read
trs at a sear.
The ninth annual meeting, of the Poi . -
TER CO., AGRICULTURAL 11ORTICUL 7
TERM, SOCIETY Win be held on the even-
iog of Monday, the 17th inst., at the
Court [Muse in the Borough of Couders
port, for the election of Officers, and oth
er business of importance.
B.\ RIK NILES, Pre3'l
P. A. STEBBINS, Jr., Rec., Sec'y.
Mmobers and others interested in the
promotion of .Agrieulturein this county
are hereby notified that a resolution "giv
ing the privilege of locating the twit
annual Fair, to the Township furnishing
the largest list of Oetobers aceomfanied
Arich their subssription for 1801," w ill
•he presented for consideration.
Tre this week conclude the legitiruate
report of the proceedings of the 'County
Teachers' Institute at Ulysk , s. They
have been much wore copiously reported
than beret:)fure, and though our columns
bare been croiided all the time, We have
given' them with pleasu're,:as containing
mach useful and practical- educational
Thfurmation, and. which could Mit other :
wise have been made pub ie in so brief a
mariner. It should also be rementl,ered
that the Institute was in session two
weeks, under the charge of one of the
most distinguished educators of the na
tion, Prof. Sanders.
The essay of Mr. Shore will have to
'ay in our drawer until our eulutnus r.ie
Godry's Lady's Book, for January,
t hick commences a new volume, is on
our table already—in fact in advance of
the Djeon.ber No., fur we hare tot yet
veeired that. The number under• notice
a Inaguilicent one, and indicates that
the new year of this first-ehtss lady's rnau,-
tizine is to be better if poFsible than ever
before. (t is filled with a large number
d useful and tasteful cuts for the benefit
of the ladies, and is rich in irs literary
.41:tinalfants. \V will next '.'reek give
F.e first installment of. "Mr. and Mrs.
Rasher," a very life-like and amusing
iimaestie history, by the author of "Mrs.
Boardin , House," which all
~ Ar readers Willifind worthy of their pe
raal. We furnish God,'y to subscribers
the JOURNAL for $2 a year—the reg.-
ear subscription price being $3. •
Tile small-pox has broken out in some
fftlie small sneers iu the western part of
hifiulelphia. and a number of the poor
lave `died. 11'nole families ore I) r( Strut-
Witll it in its most virulent character,
a:ld it is rapidly spreading,.
Cu As. P. EnowN., Artethus Ward,
for some years local editor of the
leselaud Plainrlcalcr i has !...everecl liiq
aacctipu with that paper to 'take a
ace on Vanity Fair, Now York.
~JIZ~I~i ~ Jii~2;.
Shares Charcoal Tootle Soup.
cleanse better and preserve the teeth
Gums longer than any other known sub
uace. One box' will last 12 months fur only
I qntF.. To he had of C. S. A. Junes,
. Uncle Steve's Pills,
\ 'IDE from Mots, Barks, and , Plants.—
I. Not recommended to cure everything,
- 7, as the best and lIIOSt F.ELIABLU FAMILY
h;tsickmam. They leave the Stomach and
iu a healthier and better condition
..1.14 any Other physic. Try one box, and re
:l7i it' net s. - tti:tie7l.
.&01:1 by C. S. & A. Jones, Agents,Couders
' ll ll prepared to do jobs of. Surveying. in
Hector and Pike Townshi..s, and
ii.yvzhere within S or 10 miles of my bonze,
2nd can undoubtedly give satisfaction, has'.
izg had over G years experience.
Oct Brookland, - Piitter Co:. Pa.
. , 181:10. - 'itr.
'O-eV:SMITH, Fourth street, between Main
:•nd I Ve:it Streets, Coudersport, Pa., is pre-,
i•amd to do all kinds of work in his line,
'. r : 1 , the roost reasonable terms. Produce
.z 4v , •
- l'a Payment. ' 12:39
SEiee! al ' Notice;
rENIAT'S SUFFERINU fr,om Scalding of
IL the Urint":; - ProldPsus, tucorrhea, should
pie Andrew.4' l ever and * Canker compound.
It'ritndres 'Fevers, Irritrition, itching; and
leaves _the' paitg.iti eliealthy,
Vialtse consult - . 4 t Last:Ray, otllope," to be bed
of . 'tbe -,. Proprietor,- Syracuse, Y. -Send
stamp to pre-pay postage, or it may be.
'gratis of:Agents. For, sale by C. S. - -,.A.
Jaties,'CondersPoii_ _ ,tly.
Try one box of Llycle's Celebrated Indian
Plasters. It renew:es Palle, Sureness, Linne
miss tle Weakness, gnieker and more certain
Ilian any other, known artittie, and is a specific
reinedv fur Illtentinitisiti. 'lt la" the cheapest
as well as best Plaster before the
Frinn:ktO 12 largii.Plaiters for•2s 'cents. Cir
culars to be bad gratis' of Agents.
Sold by. C. S. E. 1. Jones, .Condersport,
and. by deniers generalli = 71y. -
MITE Advertiser, having been, restored to
Weeks in aifeW Wes by a!very simple
remed:y, after. having suffered several tears
a severe twig affection, and that dread
disease,:"ConSamptiou,is anxious to mace
lmown to Lis fellwx.stifferers the means of
To ail who desire it, he will semi a copy of
the prescription used (free of charge), with
the direct:l.MS fort preparing and using the
same, which they sill find a Ewan Cunt for
CONSCMPTIOS, ASTHMA, 41:05CifITIS, ttc. The
only object of the 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
_ Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON
[3 : ly.] . Kings County, New Volk
The Rochester Straw-Cutter.
4 - 11,11 SM 5: KELLY; Coudersport. have
the eiclusive agency for this celebrated
machine, in tills county. It is covenient, du
rable, and CHEAP. Dec. 1, 18110.-12.-
xvITIIEREAS letters oradministration to the
I :estate of GEORGE A. BENTON, late-of Al
legany-township, in the county of Putter. de
ceased. have been granted to the subscribers,
all persons idebted to the said estate are re
'quested to make inmiediate payment, and
thm-e having claims against the sante will pre
sent them duly a utheuticated to the Admin
istrators., LUCINDA BENTON,
W.M. - ROGERS,
Allegany, Nov. 29, 1960.---L12t17.
A 000 SHUT PELTS., wanted immediately
.1 at , - STEBBINS'.
Horse Team for Sale.
V 11 E subscriber
,desires to sell a Team of
BAY . MARES, G 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. IL WARRINER.
Condercport! NOV. 28, 180.-1 T
Nov. 1860 Q
- INOWT READY
The choicest and most complete
FALL AND WINTER
This • Market
which affords buyers a iplendid Opportunity
to suit.thernselves with articles of every va.-
i•icty - of cost, elegance, or cmcellence
We cannot, be beat in
QuANTrry, QUA LITY
all of which, every department, challenges
We takc all kinds of PRODUCE iu
EXCHANGE FOR GOODS
and allow 'Vie highest ..ilarket Price.
Look to your interest,
IN SO DOING REMEMBER TEE
STEBBINS k 1300.
Coudersport, ::or. 1850
'Corrected every Wednesday _by E. N: STEII
- BINS . BRO. Wholesale. and 'Retail
Dealers in Groceries - and Provisions,;:_
opposite D. F. Glassmire's Hotel, *
i Coudersporty Pa. • ,
Apples, green, 7 t,i WISL., $ 37.3- to 621
do -dried, • " 100 200
Beans,. 1 00 E5O.
Beeswa; - • 20 ,25
Beef,' ' " . .4 5
Berries, dried, /7 quart 6 _lli
Buckwheat, %.1 1 bush., -.- 40- 50
Butter, 'll lb., 17 15
Cheese, , 13*
Corn, 1 busb., ' ': 75 88
Corn Meal...per cwt.,
.. '1 50 . 2 . 00
Eg s ;1 1 !LI .O z 1 . : 15 .
Flour, extra, 12 bbl., 650 7.00
do superfine " - 550'6 00 '
'Talus, 1 . 1 lb., - . . 121 . 'l5
Hay, 11 ton, . .5 50 GOO
Honey, per lb., ' . 10 121
Lard, " 12 l5
IMaple Sugar, per 11;., . : 8 12
0.11..8,11 bush., ' . '3O - '33
Onions, ." . 73 100
Pork, V bbl., - ' ' 23 56 24 50
do `11,1b„ • • la .' 13
du in wliole bog, 11 lb., . ' 4 41 71
Potatoes, per bush., * 25 ..37.4.
Peaches, dried, 'CI lb., .' - . • .. 25
Poultily, V lb., . . 5 7 -
Rye, per bosh., - ,63 75
Salt, 11 bbl., ' . 2 - 50 275
do V sack, . . , . * 2O
Trout per . bbl - ' 6.00, 700
Wheat, V. bush., 100 1 121
White Fisb, — Vl bbl., , 650 700
List of Causes fOr_ trial at Dee.
.'rertia."lB , 6o.
Johnson, We Co. vs. Forgus Gee,
T. Jones, IVO3 & Strait,
: Jones 8 Bro. " Culp & Cuip,
W. 11. Ilydorn, " S. M. M.lls,
C. C. Kenyon, - " W T.S.: A F Jones
W. II Metzgar, et. al. " :, '1:
A. 11. Ford, " S. M. Mills. •
Asa DOwns, " Coe 11. Wood, -
J. C. Cavanaugh, " w,T & Al? Jones
J. C. Cavanaugh, " WT Jones,
Painter, IveS et al. . 4 MOWS Hart,
Painter, Ives et al. " Thomas Bart,
Wm 1.7 - Keating et al. " Harvey Manning,
A P Jones, .
" L. F. Maynard,
Stevens', use ofßailey". Win B :Monroe,
O. A Lewis, guardian " John P. Russell,
Samuel Gridley, " Lord & Dwiglit,
Nathan Phillips, " Lord &D. eight,
Win T Jones & Bro. " John M Kahan,
P. A. Stebbms, " W T Joue‘ . , A P
Jones, C Smith, .
The Commonwealth, " C Swartz,t Julet'n
li L Austin et al. ' • " Reynold & David'n
Pomeroy & Smith, " Rosa and White,
S W Payne & Cu., " WT& A F Jones,
S W Payne & C 0.,. , " " "
Olmstcd,nse W T Jones ". Isaac B. Baker,
Potter County, " C. Ayleswortli,
Thomas Hart, " John Jordan,
S P Reynolds, - " Ben))'. Rennells,
H Mattison, " Fratklin ~
Manual] Matteson, " II Lord & J Dwight
Manoah Matteson, IVT&AF Jones.
H. J. -OLMSTED, Pro'y.
- Coudersport, Nov. 22, 18G0.
BARBER, AND ITAIRDRESSEII,—in the
building recently occupied by J. S. Mann,
Esq., as a law 011ie, Coudersport, Pa.,--would
respectfully solicit the patronage of the pub
lic, Shaving, Hair-cutting and Shampooing
done in the most approved style. Dis7-Cloth
ing neatly and expeditously CLEANED and
SCOCRED, at reasonable prices.
Oct. 16, 1860.-3 mu
MITE Partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned under-the title of
SMITH JONES, in the Drug and Variety
business, is this .day dissolved by mutual
consent. The books, notes and accounts are
in the hands of C. Smith for settlement and
collection, and all persons indebted CO the
Erin are requested to make immediate pay
ment and save costs.
E. A. JONES.
Coudersport, Nov. -26, 1860.-llt.ll
- ( 4.161 •PariMs - 111. 111
VILE undersignedould respectfully inform
the surrounding community that he has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by A. G.
Olmsted, where be is prepared to do
AU kinds of Harness Work •
on the shortest notice..
LONG STRAW COLL ARS,
Also kept.constalltly on hand. These collar;
are a superior article, and need but a trial to
insure their sucess.
_Repairing (lone in good style.
Surcingles, 3Zarting,ale-rings, flumes, and
Hanle strops., &-c., kept consta, tly on hand.
The public are invited to call dud examine ;
before purchasing els'ewtere.
S. P. MINAR.
Co.:dcrsport, Oct. 16th, 1860.
Used 15 years in an Extensive and very Success-
f .;1 Medical Practice
A CERTAIN RENIEDI7 FOR
Fever Canker and hylaninwtion !
R. 0. ANDREWS' Fever and Canker
.Componmi is unquestionably the . best
and most reliable remedy. for Scarlet - Fever,
Measles, Sore Month 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, Percale
Weakluesses, and all general levers cured.
could be published, showing the most astou
Nelsonlladay. Esq. Groton, N. Y., cured
of Bleeding at the Lungs, severe Cough and
General Debility of the System, called Con
sumption. <kit hopes of relief had foiled from
every other source. The cure was performed
five years since. He is yet, (March, 1860,)
enjoying good health.
'llenry Vanderbelt, Orleans, N. V.,
cured of extreme case of Female Weakness,
Prolap.sus uteri, Itching and Irritation of the
Privates, and General• Debility of the System
pronounced incurable by ninny physicians—
three years standing. Now iu the enjoyment
of good health.
Mrs. Lyman Johnson, Sumner Dill, N. Y.,
cured of extreme Female Debility, Nervous
Weakness, Irritation, Ste., st.c. -
The afflicted should consult "Last Ray of
Hope," 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.
L E. A. Jones, Agents for Coudersport. 71y.
TONIC ®I ` u ETIC,
4 Nri sirt°
To the citizens of -Veit. Terse!). itnil Penns7,dcania
dpothecariea.Bruggists, Grocers and
. Private Families.
Wolfe's Pure Cognac Brandy.
Wolfe's Pareildaderia, blterry,and Port Winer
Wolfe's Pure Jamaica and St. Croix :Burn:
'Wolfe's Paie scotch ead Ir.sh
MILIE 4 ,II%..BO'I'T LES.
I beg leavelo call the attention of the citi
zens of the United ! States to the aboye WINES
and Lagoons, imported by Udolpho Wolfe, of
New York, vhose name is familiar in every
part of this country' for the put ity of his cele
brated SCIIIEDAit SCEINAPPS. Mr. Wolfe, in
.his letter to me, speaking of the purity of Ids
Wines.and Liquors, says: "I will stake my
reputation ms a man my standing as a mer-:
ehant - of thirty years' -residence in the City of
New York, that all, the Brandy
which I bottle are pure as imported, and of
thd best quality, and can be relied' upon by
every purchaser." Very bottle has the pro
prietor's name on the wax, and a fac senile
of his Signathre certificate. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine For themselves. For sale at Retail by all
Apothecaries and Grocers in Philadelphia.
GEo. IL ASHTON, 13,2-Market st. Phil
Sole kfinzt fur P4iludelpliin.
Read the following from the New York
Courier: • . • •
Exbamors AksixEss eon ONE NEW YORK
31enciANi.—We are happy to inform our fel
low-citizens that there is one place in our city
where the physician, apothecary, and country
morchaot, can go_ and purchase pure Wines
and LiqUots, as pure as iru. orted, and of the
best quality.. We do not intend to give eti
elaborate description of this merchant's ex
tensive business, although it trill repay any
stranger or citizen to visit Udolpho Wolfe's
extensive ware-boa - ge t Nos. 18. 20 and 22,
Beaver street s and N05:.17; 19 and 21, Mark
afield street. His stock of Schnapps on hand
:pay for shipment could not hare been less
tha'il thirty -thousand cases; the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases ---,Vintages of 83i; to 185 e ;
and ten Omits:ld cases of Madeira, Sherry
and Port Witfe, Scotch and Irish Whisky,
Jamaica; and St. Croix - Rum, some very old
end equal to'any in this country. He also
had three large cellars, filled with Brandy,
Wine, &c., in casks, under Custom-House 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 lr,,siness merits the patronage of- every
lover of his species. Private families who
wish pure Wines anthLiquors fur medical use
should send their. orders din et to Mr- Wolfe,
until every Apothecary in the landmake up
their minds to discard the poisonous stufffrom
their.shelvos, and replace it with Wolfe's puie
Wines and Liquors.
We inadtirstarid Mr. Wife. far the accom
modation of small dealers hi the country, puts
up assorted cases of Wines and Liquors.—
such a man, and such a merchant, should be
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., [s_—Gut*
NATURAL TEETNIRESERVED TO OLD AGE
Shares Charcoal nollt Soap.
IVO ONE ARTICLE is more deservedly
1, 1 Popular as a unqtns of cleansing and
preserving the TA.th than Chnrcoal.
rn this beautiful article of Tooth Soap the
Charcoal is rendered so perfectly tine as to
be iu reality but the superfine dust of that
most valuable substapee—not a particle of
arit is used in the composition which could
possibly injure the miatuel of Teeth. It is
united with articles that remove the tart, and
prevent its farther accumulation. -
This SC:rip is the best known means of pre_
Nerving the teeth, eating Sore Gums, and Sure
One hos 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. & Jones, 'CouderspOrt,
Z-. To PCTSO723 out of Eatplo.linzen!.
In every County Of the United States,
engage in the sale of some of tie best
1.7 ° a meet elegantlY illustrated Wo . rks
Our publications : are of the most interesting
character, adapted to the wants of the Farm
er, Mechanic and Merchant; tbey are publiA
ed in the best style and bound in the twist
substantial manner, and arc Nit pally a place
in the • Library of every HoUschold. in the
Lc To men of enterpriseand industrious
habits, this business offers an opportunity for
profitable employ seldom to be met with.
ri.,•, 7,- Cr Persons desiring to act as :agents will
receive promptly .by mail full . particulars,
terms, A:e., by addressing
LEAlri, GETZ CO.,Z PubtiB,Wrs,
No. 224 North Second street, Phil.
OTHER NEW THINGS
Brooklond, -troy. 21, lEGO.
lt t i t piTicE is hereby given, that the following;
account has been examined and parsed
by one, and remains filed in the Register's Of
ce of Potter county for the inspectiou of heirs,
legatees, creditors, and all others in any oth
er way interested; and will be presented tc,
the next Orphans' Court of said county, at
the Court House in the,Dorough of Cuaders
port, on .Tucaday,' Hie Bth day of December,
1880, fur confirmation and allowance • -
Account of Samantha Presho,,Administra
trix'of the Estate of Samuel Gee, Jr., late of
Roulet township, deceased.
T. IVES, Re,qiecr,
by I. BCTTkInVOIZTI1 2 Drridy.
Cciudersport, :coy. 21, 1550.
• A T -
T~ltE' Can istsyieys Lo iiiuti&tbe best 'o
- .. CoOkia r t,'Ecia - - - and Parlor
Alga . , TIN and SIIET-IROLVVAM I
P:TTLES.' :SPIDERS, .PQTS
suelt as PLOWS, F30.R.-irEits.
Ti cORN-SIIELLERS, lIORSE-RAHES
'DOG-POWERS. cr. ;
is well made and the material good. Good and
substautial EAYES-TROGGLIS put up in any
pail of the County=-Terms easy. Ready Pay
of al! iu(Audiag Gash, seldom refused.
Store.ba Street . upposite the Old Court
[louse, Coudersport. -: 'Aug. 1, 1.59.-50
FURNITURE . !
w. a COATS, -
.Haring enlarged and refitted his WARE
ROO3lB, at .
has now un hand and will keep constantly for
sale; a' larger and better variety: of tlabinet
-Ware and Chairs,. than have ever been offered
14 this section of the • Cimutry..
stoek of common Worlt has never been
equalled. Having made extensive additions
to his assortment ttf
he has'now ott hand Plain Mahogany
We top Bureaus, Card table's, Marble top side
and Centre tables, Fruit and Toilet Stands;
Marble top Wash minds. 1 '
DE.IDSTEADS. COUCHES, SOFAS, -
new and beautiful varieties:
Cane Seat,'Mahogany, Rocking'and Easy Chairs,
In fact every thing in the' ine of
can be found at
_his estaldslinient.:. Having'
the best facilities for . mitnunieturing and pur
chasing Mc stock for cash,
He will not be Undersold,
Those wishing to hay; will save at least
twenty-five Vert cent, by calling on W. H.
•READY MADE corms
of all sizes kept constantly on hand. Per
sonal attendance with hearse when requested.
•' W. H. COATS.
Wellsville, Acv. I. MO.
U YSSES ACADEMY.
,TOSEPH A:COOPER. AD. Principal. '
I MR. WIL GILLILAND, 11
MISSH. 11. 00.NEs1 ,, i ASSIST2-NTS.
'The ULYSSES ACADEMY was commenced!
in the spring of 1859 anthopened to students
thedollowiug, September. , It_ object is to rtf
ford to the youth of its vicinity, and to othersl
who may choose it, as ft plaite of study, the.
requisite facilities for obtaining a thorough
and practical education.
The school is in a neat; two'+stcrybnilding,
beautiful 'y situated on a gentle eminence
commanding a view of the village and coun
try around. The adjoining yard contains
about thriee acres. The upper story contains
a single room ; and is used for a-chapel, reci-,
tation, and study room. This room is lighted i
by 14 large windows, furtiished with seats far
150 scholars, tables, black-boards, maps,
charts, clock, thermometer, and Library of
Reference Books. The lower story contains
two rooms for recitations, one for library, al
dressing room, and a ball 8 by 44 feet. -
The students board in private families end]
study itt- their own rooms. Nearly every fam-1
ily .in the village open their houses to boarders. !
As several new houses are being erected,;
there will he no lack of accommodations ;1
and, in private families, stulents can enjoy!
the comforts of home. 1
1 1- 6 - , r. This Institution is better furnished
with maps, charts and Rafereuca Books than
any similar institution in the country. The
Library 9f Referennet contains over 40 vol,
mines, costing a b.:Alt $3;00 a
Them are : APPLETON'S NEW' ..A.MERICAN
CYCLOPEDIA, 9 vols. TUE lit ME CYCLO
PEDIA, S volg., Ize.' There is a general li
brary under the care of a Librtiittn ; and a
Teachers Library containing 25 vols., u, on
There are three Sessions mycar, of Fourteen
Weeks each; Commencing as follows •
Ist Session. Tuesday Aug. 21st, 1860.
2Jul " _ l, Dec. 4th "
8,1 “ ~ ;}larch 26th, 1861.
The Winter Term will commence De
cember -I.th 1860.
Dliitiolb Ni 7 Tetiq of 14 ,liieZlifr
INVAIIZIAELY IN ADVANCE.
Common English—embracing. Reading,
- Writing, Orthography, Geography ;
Grammar, and Arithmetic, history,
Calisthenics and Drawing, 55,00
To which is added for each higher study 1,00
Incidentals ' 50
.... ;. We have no extras. ,
.....,, , ,,,Tuition in no ease exceeds . ' 7,00
Beard, room, light, fuel, 5:..c., $1.50 per week.
Rooms without board, $2 or $3, per' term.
School Books; Stationery and Drawing ma
terial., as well as Maps, Charts, Globes, &c ,
Zan be obtained in 'Ulysses, froin 15 to 500
per eeht. less than elsewhere.
11.434 A e respects fine and convenient building,
beautOd and healthy location,thoroughpraitical
and sOdeniatic instraction, efficient aide, pure
strong land noble.incontires this institution Or
knowleciges no superior, and few equals. The-in
tercorMse of the students with each, other and
with td e Instructors is expected to conform to
the cot rtcsies and proprieties Of cultivated
soviet_ P. - Their admission to the institution
and capymeniof its - privileg,es, imply a- sa
'cred contract on their part promptly tro, ob
serve is Refutations. A copy of ihcso is far
, nislwa to each student and conformity to them
is indiSuensible. to continuance in the Institu
tion. I - - ' .
For .CircularS, address J. A. COOPER,
Nov.ll, 1860.-s:4t* - 451vsses" Pa
. ... , ft -
.kppiicat in• r , tirce.
Perth ehurchill, Ly hsr next f Albert G.
fro Jaei B. ChureliilLßesp dent :Where
'. as a subpcena and alias su ,tpcina, baring
been issued, and returned Wilt . / you are -hbre
by notified to be and upped ocir 'next
Court of Qorninnia Pleas for Potter i County, at
the December Term, to show if any pun
have why the said Court shoul• not decrre'ti a
divoree.on the part of Libellant
W.ll. F. BL"
Conderspert ; Yev. 10, 13C0.
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IN . OSWAYQ yiljAp:;V-,
Zfust Received ifothifevt 'Torn
Largest and Dest
Stock q( Gr0(.44
The assortment consists -6r
pats and Caps
Boots 44* Shoei;
#ARDITIRE,_ elk KS.
I am determined to sell gooda its;
they can be purchased in Wellsville.. -111. r.
purchased for Cash; no rents or interest
to Pay, arid aelli g a larie nmount.toila44DY
I am enabled to Share the Rilittit s t
p'rotits' with my customers : - - •,.. -
Having made arrangements with EOM& e'r
the best houses iu - the city, goods will bo
nabling rue constantly to offer the LATEST'
TLES and BEST QUALITIES oeGoodi:,
BEST GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
pt on band for sale. V . et. ars supp e .on
:asonable terms. , . •
DAVI FOR GOOD L nif,DER
• . AND SHINGLES..-
I HAVE ESTABLISHEIi
9t Ellisburg, , •
under the name and etyle of
r?' IMMONS -& PERRY, :
where a' COMPLETE GENERAL ASSORt:
MINT wit be eonrantly kept on: ltatid.
o; H. SIMMO:4j;
9.stvayo, April 2, 15430.--4y,e4t.
The People's Cook-Book •
IN ALL ITS St-INCHES.
1158 ELIZA 'ACTON'.
C.S.P.LFTLLIC REVISED BY 1141.13.
IT TELLS YOU How to choose all kinds of
Meats, Poultry, and Game,
with all the various and most
, approved modes •of dressing
1 and, cooking Beef and Pork ;
1 also the hest and simplest
1 way of salting, pickling. anti
curing the same.
IT 7!ELLS YOU Ali the various. - and most
approved modes of dressing,
1 - cooking, and boning Mutton, -
1 ' :•-.): Lainb, Veal, Poultry, 'and
1 Game of all kinds, with the
different Dressii.gs, Gravies,
aud•Stuttiugs appropriate to
.1. 1 -, • • each. .
IT 11ELLS YOU flow to ChOdie, cisan, and
i . presetve Fish' of all kinds, and
how to sweeten it when -tain
tcd , also all the various and
1 most approved modes of codk
,„ lug, with the different .Dress 7
t 1 ings, Sauces, and Flavotingi
1 - lipproptiale to each..
IT TELLS YOU Alt the t'arittiand most ap.
- I -
a pfored modes of preparing
1 ' ll.g over
. fifty-different kind..
1 of Meat, Fish, Fowl, Gams;
i r 92
. and Vegetable-Soups, Brethii
! and Stews, ivith 'the, _ltelisltes
i• and Seasonings 'appropr iate to-each. . . .
IT TALLS YOU All the various and most tip,
1 proved modes of cooking - Veg.
I etsiblcs of eFenv ilklscriPttclii
also how to Apare pickie.s,
Catsups and Carries of all
1 kinds, Potted Meats. ; Fish,
IT TILLS YOU All the various aztd most sty.,
' I proved modes •of :preparieg
. awl cooking all kinds ofThen
and Fancy Pastry, Puddings;
1 Omelettes, Paters, Calin«,:
1 .Confeetionary, Preserves,Jeir
lies, I:04 ireet...Disue;:;_of pi
-1 ery description . ;
IT TELLS YOU All the various and most itp
i proved modes -of making
•• i Bread, Busks, Muffins, awl
Biscuit, the beet mike& o!
1 preparing Claire,. Cliocolate,
I and Tea, and how to make
1 Syrups, Cordials, 'stud Wintis'
I of various - kinds., ... • . .
IT TELLS YOU How to set out and orna-'
1 meat a Table, hoW to Carve,
1 • all kinds 'of Fish, FieSh .ar .
. . Fosi.l, - and in short,'-hoW 'fo
eimplify Lb a vil)ole..kylof.Cook.
1 - - jug As to bring the tlininese;
i . luxuries of the .table - w,itliin
everybo - dY's - reaiii. ''
The book contains 418 pages, and upwards
of twelVe hundred Receipes, all of which= are`
the results of actual experience, - . having
.l:le0 1 -
fully mai carefully tested under_ the personal
superintendence of the writers. It is 'prin.'
in a cleir and open type, .is illustrated with
appropriate engravings, and will be forwarded;
to any ltddress, licallf b t our,; l , ';lad postage
paid, onlroceipt of the prize, $1.90, _pr i 4.
cloth,'ex,tra, $1.25. • . • A' .
can he mndifllf
- $lOOO - A YEAR
enterpri4lng men everywhere, in selling : tin'
above work - , our inducements to all - such beg
For single•coples of the Boolt, or fOr'..ferinn
to agent 4 With. other inkfmatiow, apply - - ta
or addrc.l2 . •
"JOHN E. POTTER, Putiti-ber,
10. 617 6ansom erect ; Phil ; TA,