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Cobln Mitt egunty.
COUDERSPORT, FEBRUARY 1, 18t11.1,
New place is gettino•Well
Stocked With merchants. G. A s h er h as
th t located in the Store formerly occu
pied by J. B. Smith,with a fine stock of
Dry Goods and Flour, which *he prom
ises to sell• very loiv. _fie has issued
some large . posters, where the particulars
can be seen'. fur tie present. Give lum
If amp one should ask the object of the
Various-school exercises every true teach-,',
er ought to be ableto give a definite-and
Satisfactory answer. I wish to prop - oun&
the following ;.` Mat are the objects
class recitatioms? Now it is very evident
that every teacher wilt fail to wake an
exercise anceesful unless he has a clans
idea of the result to be attained. Let
teachers give their views. X.
MR. Cli,t6E.—Sir : Please - notice in
the JOURNAL this weel:that
,bf Nile, Alleganey Co:N.Y., - Will ad
ilrss-ate people of- this town on the
trlhject of TemperauCc and . LiCense no
.liceitse'on the -evening. of the 17th of
this month,:6. P. v. at the school bouie
Hebron Centre. Come one, come all.
-and hear.a noble lecture.
It is of vital importance to the friends
'of temperance in this town that we wake
'up to this subject in consequence of what
. 170 haw to meet at tur next election, as
'we all understand. - This is the town
'that first unfurled- the temperauce ban
:tier in Potter: May it be the banner town
-to gain the victory over the coming con
test , if we stand .firm to our posts like
good soldiers and not let our knees treen
ail° late Belshazer's—not only tl.is hut
- the friends - through the county. Potter
will be redeemed from the evil that has
',caused many hearts to go down to the
grave in - sorrow throughout the world.
*No this end may all the friends of Tem
:prance both old and young be awake to
.this subject, have their lamps trimmed
:and burning ready to meet the call when
iit shall be made. Yours Respectfully.
J. M. CritEEN3IAN
ilebron, Feb., 4th,1861.
'TEIE i TREASURY NOTES.—Since the
Cabinet has become a link, and there is
foam evidence of.concert and determina.
tinn to maintain the Government, eapi•
talists are more inclined to ustain' it wit'.
their means and influence. It is said
that the five million loan will be taken
several per centum lower than the last.
DESTRI;CTIVE '1.7 JAMESTOWN,
Y.—A terrible fire bruke out in James
town, N. Y., on Wednesday night last,
.burniug•ever 30 places of business, in
'eluding the Allen [louse, Chautauqua
, Cuunty.and Jamestown Banks, and [l aw ,
,ley's Block. . The books, paper mid funds
.of,the banks were raved. Loss from $l5O
- to $200,000.
NEW TERRITORIES.--ilave we not ac
4aired three new Territories by the re•
bellious acts of Mississippi, Alabama - and
Florida ? These States did not bslong
to the original Thirteen, but were admitt
ed, and Florida purchased, into the Union
-upon certain unkrstood guarantees, at the
request of their people in Convention as•
setubled. When, therefore, they propose
to go out of the4lnion, do tl - ey nut again
become the property of the t3overntnent ?
and are they not Territories over which
r Lincoln may appoint Governors and
Territorial ofscers ? The same rea•
aning will apply to Louisiana, Texas and
krkansas, should they folks, the wild
ead of the Southern conspirators.—Philci.
DESTII OF lOLA MONTEZ.-ThiS
raordinary woman died in New York
:at week. Fier real name was Maria
bres.Lorrissy INlontes. But her place
ibuth is yet u mystery. It is said her
'Gam was a Spanish creole, and that
.5 was brought up in England. She
, ale her appearance in 1547; she went
Munich, where having captivated the
4 - King, she was created Countess of
ndsfelt, with a pension of 20,009 florins l
After a vmiety of conflicts with the qa
ntities of Bavaria, Lcla went •.o Eng
d and married a third husband. Short
after this she came to Amerioa, where
° has married several times. Some
nth since she was attacked by a par
/ ParAysis, since which her health has
• •11 gradually decaying. Her funeral
A It place in New York on the 17th.
.ORT SUMTER RE-ENFORCED.-11. is
is Washington that Fort Suinter
! actually been reEnAreedln spite of
vi2ilance of the Charleston volunteers.
will turn out that the steamer Brook
took some 300 soldiers and ten or
Ire officers to the entrance of Charles
harbor, and that in the night, time
%lied in small boats, with muffled
Dast the batteries on Morris Island
Port Moultrie, and are now `inside of
„°°aller. In addition to the above,
' l' • Y. Times says editorially! ”We
location as corroborative of this re
the fact that letters have been re-
E l In this city from a gentleman who
here four weeks since, and is now
In Fort Snmter. They are very
ded in their Isnuage, as if the writ
i not repose unbounded conSdence
f.' inviolability of letters intrusted to
harleiton Post.Offiee. lint cf the
'Eat he has. eally obtained access to
i , and is now serving there under
Anderson, there is no doubt what-
SIMMS, MAO 11119.—The following is an
nun= from a letter written by the pastor of
Baptist Chnteh to thi "Journal and Mes
senger," Cincinnati ; Ohio, and speaks volumes
in fat* of that world-renowned medicine—
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTRINO : SFILUF FOlt
nrsN TESTHISO: • *
. . .
!'.We see an advertisement in your columns
of Sirs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Now wn
never said a word in favor of a patent medi
cine before in our life, but we feel compelled
to say, to your readers, that this is no humbug
WS BACH T&IID IT, AND kNOW IT 're DT. ALL IT
CLAIMS. •It is. probably, oue of tho mostsue
cessful medicines of the day, because it Is one
'of. the best. And those of your readers who
have babies can't do better than to lay in a
supply." . .
IVENIALES SPFFERING from Scalding' of
1 V the Urine, Prolapsus, Lucorrhea, should
use Dr. Andrews' Fever and Canker compound.
It removes all Fevers, Irritation, Itching, and
leaves the pant; in .a healthy condition.—
i Please consult "Last Ray of Hope," to be hod
lof the Proprietor, Syracuse, N. V. Send
stamp to pre-pay postage; or. it May, be had
gratis of Agents. For sale by C. S. & E A.
Jones, Coudersport '
Sim res. Charcoal 7outh Scap
Will cleanse better and preserv, the teeth
and Cums longer than any other Known sub
stance: One box will last 12 months for only
15 cents. To be bad of C. S. ET. E. A: Joues,
Uncle Steve's Pills.
mADE frotu Roots.'l3arks, and rlants
ot recommended to cure everything,
but as the bestt And most RELIABLE FAMILY
tonstc known They leFe the Stomach and
Bowels in a healthier andThetter condition
than any wit - Cr physic. Try one box, and re-.
tura if not satisfied.
Sold by C. S. & A. Jones, Agents, Couders
TILE GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE.—The
finctional irregularities peculiar Co the weak
er sex. are ittrarlably corrected withonfpain
or inconvenience by the use ofJudsou's Moon
t,in Herb Pills. They are the safest and sur
est medicine for all the diseases incidental to
females of all ages, and ruore'esi ecially so in
La;dies who wish to enjoy health should al
war; have these Pills. No one who ever uses
them :cure will allow herself to 'be without
them. They remove all obstructions, purity
the blood and give to the skiu that beautiful.
clear and healthful look so greatly a:haired
in a beautiful and healthy woman At certain
periods these Pills are an indispensable com
panion. From one to four should be taken
each day. until relief is obtained. A few do
ses, °cc:l:funnily, will keep the system so
healthy, and the blood so pure, that diseases
cannot enter the body.
Judson's Mountain Herb rills are sold by
all medicine dealers.
, Try one box of Hyde's Celebrated- Indian
Plasters. removes Pain, Soreness, Lame
ness or Weakness, quicker and more certain
than any other known article, and is a specific
remedy for Rheumatism.. It is 114 cheapest
as well as best Plaster before the public.—
From Sto 12 large Plasters for 25 cents. Cir
culars to be had gratis of Agents.
Sold by. C. S. b• E. 'A. Jones, Coudersport.
and by dealers generally. • • 71y.
VOTICE is nereby given that the under
signed, an Auditor appointed by the
Court to make. distribution of the proceeds of
the sale of personal property in case-of P. A.
Stebbins vs. R. J Butterworth, V-Sept Term
1860 No. 59, will attend to the duties of said
appointment at the office of the Prothonotary
in Coudersport, on Saturday the 16th day of
Feb.: 1861, at one o'cleek P. st. Parties-inter
ested will attend if they think proper.
A. G. OLMSTED, Auditor.
Jan. 23, lqm-17-1t
NOTICE is hereby given that the under-
VI signed, an Auditor appointed by the
Court to make distribution of the proceeds of
the Sale of real estate in case of D. J. de E. W.
Clappell vs. James 11. Arnold, of Feb. Term
1839 So. BG, will attend to the •duties of his
appointment at the office of the Prothonotary
in Coudersport, on' Friday the 15th Jay of
February, 1861 , at ten o'clock, A'. St. Parties
Interested will. nttend if they think proper.
IL J. OLMSTED, Auditor.
JP:3. 18, 1841.-17-41 t
Mann and G. G. Colvin, Associate Judges or
the Courts of Oyer 6: Terminer and General
Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Pence,
Orphans' Court and Court of Common Pleas
for the County of Potter, have issued their
precept, bearing • date the seventh day of
January, in the year of otir Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and sixty-one, and to me
directed,for holding a Court of Oyer and Term
iner and General Jail Delivery,
sions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court
of Common Pleas, in the Borough of Couder
sport, ou MONDAY, the 18th day of Feb.
ruary next, and to" continue one week :
Notice is therefore hereby given td the Cor
oners, Justices of the Peace and Constables
within the county, that they be then and there
in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of
said day, with their rolls, records, inquisi-,
lions. ekaminations, and otherremembrauces,
to do those things' which to their offices ap
pertahato be . done. And those who are bound
by their recognizances to prosecute against
the prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of
said county of Potter, are to be then and there
CO prosecute against them as will be just.
Dated at ConnEasronx. Jan. 7, 18 . 61, and
the 84th year of the Indept ndence of thenitcd
States of America.
WM. F. BURT, Sherlff.
461 kamsss • 09 .1
TE undersigned u onld respectfully in(Srm
the surrounding community that be has
taken the rooms formerly occupied by A. G.
Olmsted, where be is prepared to do
All kinds of Harness Work
on the shortest notice.
LONG STRAW COLL IRS,
also kept cnnstantly on band. These collars
are a superior article, and need but a trial to
insure their success.
Repairing done in good style.
Surcingles, Martingale-rings, flumes, and
Efame straps, kc., kept constmaly on hand.
The public are invited to call and examine,
before purchasing elsewhere. - • •
S. P. MINAR.
zderepod, Oct. 16th, 1860.
Corrected every VIRk c hies day by E. N.. NTEB
DINS la DRO. Incileshle and Detail .
Dealers ip Groteries and Provisions,
oppositeD. F. Glassatire's Hotel,
Apples, green, l bush., -.$ 37a to 62}
do dried, 4 100 200
Beans. " : :I 00 150
Berries, dried; g 1 quart, • • 6 121
Buckwheat, 7e-bus6., . 40 60
Butter,744 lb., l5 17
Cheese, • " 8 12
Corn, V. bush., • 15 88
Com Meiji, per cwt., , • - 130 200
Eggs, 're doz , ' 15
Flour, extra, bbl., 650 1 nO
do superfine .". - 560 600
Hams, 'll lb., - 12,1- 15
Hay, ? ton, - 550 6 00.
Honey, per lb., -- ' 10 12a
Lard, " 12
Maple Sugar, per IN, 8 12,
Oats, 11 hush., 28 35
Onions, " 75 100
Pork, ve bbl., 21 OG 23 00
do ve lb., . ' 10 13
do in whole hog. "e lb., 6' 7i
Potatoes, per bush., ' 37, 1 50
Peaches, dried, "il lb., - .25
Poultry, 1.7 lb., - 5. 7
Rye, per busk,' , 4
- ---- - "13 - 7b'
Salt, 'fil bbl., 2`75 300
do 1.1 seek, • . - .20
Trout,..per bbl., :600 • 00
Wheat. q 3 bush. - I'oo •
White Fish, 1.4
FOR A MOMENT,
IF YOU PLEASE.
THE SITSCRIBER has just received a new
Direct from New York, consistiog of
DRY GOODS, GROCE-
RIES of atl kinds,
ERY, BOOTS dr. SHOES,
HATS dr. CAPS,' latest
TICS( such as SHEET
INGS, TICKS, I3ATTS,
ke.—in short, all kinds of goods usually kept
NO. 1 COUNTRY STORE.
All of which will be sold very low for
READY - PM
The above-named stock of Goods is now
open and for sate at the
New Brick . Store
near Can&elers Flouring Mill, a few rods east
of the Allegheny Bridge,
where the proprietor would be pleaPed to re
ceive calls from his old customers and as ma..
ny new ones as feel disposed to
DEAL WITH HIM.
The• market price paid for all kinds of
in exchange for Merchandise.
Condersrort, Jan. 2, 1861.-15:6tn0.
Used 15 years in,en Extensive and very St=s-
Id Medical Practice.
A CERTAIN REMEDY FOR
Fcrer Canker and inflantmution
BR. ANDREWS' Fever and 'Canker
Compound 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
Hopele - ss Cases
of Bleeding at the Lungs, , Coughs, (called
Consumption,l Debility of the System, Female
Weaknesses, and all general Fevers cured..
could be published, showing. the most aston
ishing cures. , '
Nelson Ilalladay, Eq. 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 perforthed
live years since. He is yet, (March, I 860,)
enjoying good health.
Mrs. Henry Vandcrbelt, Orleans, N. Y.,
cured of extreme case of Female Weakness,
Prolapsus Uteri, and General Debility of the
System pronounced incurable by many phy
sicians—three years standing. Now iu the en
joyment of good health.•
Mrs. Lumen Johnson, Summer Hill. N. Y.,
cured of extreme Female Debility, Nervous
Weakness, Irritation, ke.,
The afflicted should consult "Last Ray or
Hope," published fur gratuitous circulation,
by 0. Andrews, Syracuse, N. Y. Sent to any
addresS on receipt of a stamp to pro-pay pos•
tage, or may be WA of agents gratis. C. H.
&E. A. Jones, Agents for Coudersport. 71y.
NOTICN is hereby given that the under
signed, an Auditor appointed by the
Court to make distribution ofthe proceeds of
the sale of real estate in case of Sobieski Ross
vs. James A. Lynch, of Sept. Term, 1860, No.
63, will attend to the dutiesof his appoint
ment at the office of the Prothonotary in Cou
dersport, on Friday, the 15th day of February,
1861, at one o'clock, r.st. Persons interested
will-attend if they think - proper.
11 J. °LUSTED, Auditor.
Jan.-18 , 1861. 17.8. • •
____ ols4l6l :4 Wi gA t er
• ••••- 10%.
ONIC, IUR EM I
.: 11 ?IrS "L w O`
Tv the ettizena . pf .Aretv Jersey and Pennsylvania
-_ Apothecaries. Druggists, Grocers and
Wolfe's Pure Cognac Brandy. = '
Wolfe's Pure Maderia, Sherry and Port Wine.
Wolfe's Pure ianaaica and St. Croix Itum.
Wolfe's Pin Scotch and huh Whisky.
ALL 1% BOTTLES.
I beg leave ti omttention OP the citi
zens of the United States to the abbye WISES
and Ltobons, imported' by Filolphoi Wolfe, of
New York, whose name is familiar, in every
part of this country tor the purity Of pis cele
brated SCIIIDA3I.SCIINAPIi3.: . Mr. Wolfe, in
letter to Me; speaking of the purity of his
Wines and Liquors, says: I will stake my
reputation as a man try standing as a . . mer
chant of thirty years' residence in the- ay of
New York,' that all the Brandy' and Wines
whiclr bath: are pure as imported, and of
r the best qualityi and can be relied 'upon, by
livery purchaser." Every bottle has the pro
prietors !Mine.* the wax, and a fac siwile
of his slgnatyre t' . e certificate. The pub
lic are respectially invited to call and exant
ine for themselves. For sale at Retail by all
Apothecaries and Grocers in Philadelphia,
arm. 11. ASFITON No. 832 Market:st. Phil
• Sole Agent for Paw-pip/11a.
Rend the following from the New York
ENORMOUS BUSINESS — von oxs Stitt' YORK
NIERCIL‘x•r.—We are happy to ittform our fel
low-citizens thatithere is one place in our city
where the physician, apothecary, and country
Merchant, can pi, and purchase pur' Wines
Isd Liquors, as pure as im acted, and of the
West quality. We do not intend to give an
elaborate description of this merchant's ex
tensive business, itlthough it will repay any
'stranger or citizen tit visit Udolpho ,Wolfe's
extensive ware-house, 'Nos. 18. •20 and 22,
Beaver street, and Nos. 17, 10 and 21; Mark 7
ettield street. Ills stork of Schnapps on band
ready for shipment could not have been less
than thirty thousand eases; the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases—Vintages of 1838 to 1836
and ten thousand 'cases of 'Madeira, :Sherry
and Port Wine, • Scotch and Irish Whisky;
Jamaica and St. Croix Rum, some very old
and equal to any in this country. Ile 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,atnounted to one hundred
and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in
less than two years he may be equally sue
ceisful with his Brandies and Wines.
His business merits the patronage of levery
lover of his species. "' PriVate families who
wish pure Wines au'd Liquors for medic's] use
should send their orders dirtet to Mr. Wolfe,
uatil every -Apothecary in the land make up
their minds to discard the poisonous stulffrorn
their shelves. and replateit. siith Wulfe's pure
Wines and - Liquors.
We understand Mr. Wolfe, for the tt&ona-.
madatirkif of small dealers in the country:l' puts
Up 'assorted cases of Wines and Liquors:—
Such a man, and snob a merchant, should be
sustained against his tens of thousands of op
ponentsin the tnite4 States, ,who sell noth
ing but imitations, ruinous alike to human
health and happiness;
itEtt 1 4 I Nt
An experienced Nurse and Fetnale"Physician,
presents to the attention of mothers, her
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the protess of teeth
ing, by softening the gums, reducing all in
allay ALL FAIN and spas
modic action ; and is e
SURE TO REGULIITE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it "will give rest 'to
RELIEF AND REALM TO YOUR INFANTA.
We have put up and sold this article for
over ten years. and CAN SAY, IN CONFI
DENCE AND TRUTH of it, what we have
never been able to say of any other medicine
-NEVER HAS IT FAILED; IN A SINGLE
INSTANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE, when
timely used. Never did -we know an instance
of dissatisfaction by . nay one Who used it. On
the contrary, all arc delighted with its opera
tions, and speak in terms of contendation of
its magical effects and medical virtues. We
speak in this matter "WHAT WE DO
'after ten years' experience, AND PLEDGE
OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FULFILMENT
OF WHAT WE HERE DECLAPE. In almost
every instance where the infant is suffering
from pall and exhaustion, rellerwill be found
in fifteen or twenty minutes after the s y rup
is adminis tered. j
This valuable preparation is the preserip-'
thin of the - most EXPERIENCED and
PUL NURSES in New England, and has been
used with NEVER FAILING SITCCESS in
THOUSANDS OF OASES .
It not only relieves the child from pain, 116 t
invigorates the stomach and bowels, corrects
acidity, and gives tone and energy to the
whole- system. It will alinost instantly re
GRIPLNG IN THE 1301TELSi.
COLIC: ' . - •
and overcome convulsionaovhich: jf not spec •
dily remedied, end in death; We believe it
the BEST and SUREST REMEDY IN TIIE
WORLD. in. nll cases of DYSENTERY and
DI A RRIICEI IN CHILDREN, whether it arises
from teething, or from any other cause. 'lPe
woulc say to evi ry mother Who has a child
suffering from any of the foregoing complaints
—DO NOT LET YOUR PREJUDICES, NOR
THE PREJUDICES OF OTHEIIS, stand be
tween you and your Suffering Mild. and the
relief that will be SURE—yea. ABSOLUTELY
SURE- -to follow the use of this medicine, if
timely used. Full directions for using wilj
accompany, each bottle:. None genuine un
less the faa-similo of CURTIS & PERKINS;
New York, Is on the outside grapper. . • •
Sold by Druggists throughout the world.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar St.,
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE..
Bold by - C. 5 b E. A. aPNES, Couders
port, Pa.• ' 16-It.
OLMSTEt? Se IiELLTS .1
cc TORE can 'always :13a &and t h e *it o
4.7 Ccioklng, Doz and, Parlor -
SIOVES. . -1
AIso,,TIN and sIIEL- TROUT WA R E; POT
KETTLES, SPIDERS, SCOTCH BOWLS
FRTING-PANS, SAP-PANS, and CAULD-i
RONS: Also, •
such as PLOWS, !SCRAPERS. CULTIVA
TORS, CORN,SHELLERS, • HORSE-RAKES,
DOG-POWEIISi • • • •
THEIR WORK - .
is well made and the Material goed..Gond and
substantial EAVES-TROUGHS,put up in any
part of the Courity—Terms easy. Ready Pay
otall *lads, - including Cash, seldom refused.
Store on MaiWStrect opposite the Old Court
Rouse, Coudersport. - • Aug:1,1859.40
• FURNITURE 1 .
w. E.- COATS.
"laving enlarged slid refitted his WARE
ROOMS, nt •
has nownn hand and will keep constantly for
sale, a larger and better variety of Cabinet-
Ware bind Chairs, than have ever been offered
in this section of the Country,
His stock of common work has ,never been.
equalled. Having made estensive -additions
to his assortment of . •
he bas now on hand Plain Mahogany & Mar;
bre top Bureatts,•Card tables Marble top side
and Centre tables, Frarit and Toilet ,stands,
Marble top'Wasb stands.
• COTTAGE . -
.P.A.D.SiEADS:. COUCHES, SOFAS-,
new and beautiful varieties.
tame Scat, 'Mahogany, Rocldng and Easy Chills,
In fact every thing in; the line of
can be found at his estabkighment.
the best facilities for taanufacturing and par
-chasing hie st•ek for,Cash, .
He will not be Undersold.
• Those wishing . to save at 'least
twenty-five per eenti - ?3,11:,, calling on W. B.
• READY MADE :00FE i litt
of all sizes kept constantly en - hand. Per
sonal attendance with hearse when reqnisted.
. W. IL-COATS.
Wellsville, llov. I, 18C0
The County Auditor's Report.
STATEMENT-of Balance's due to or
from E. ItEES, late 'Peasurerof Potter
County in account, with Sebool and Twin
funds, as appears by the Auditors' Be.
pert : 4
Balance due from the T,
ing Towuallips and Di
Swedeq, 19 08
Sylvania, '49 18 273' 64
Stewardson, a 181.44, szT 31
Summit, . 100 34 .391 00
Wharton, • .305 23
West Branch. • ,10 83 303 64
Balance due to the said Treasurer fur amount
Bingham, • t : 3.85.
Gennesee r ]3 06
Harrison, 34 92
Homer, 1 'II
Hector, - '8 04
Pike, . 1 1 8'1 64 , 30
Roulet, • - 22 62.
Sharon, [ L I -
Sweden, 81 24
Ulyses, 1 :1 IT
Wharton, • )32 60
Balance due "from• the Bald Treasur
er to• the Coudersport and Ship.
pen State Road fund. li s2lo'Bo
Balance due from thosald - Treasur ,
er to the County of Potter. I 1 $2:16 26
Balance due from A. F.IJONES, late
Treasurer of Potter County to sundry
Townships and Sebool Districts. ' .
t ' . Town. Mimi:
Alleglinky, $lOl 10
Keating?, , • 152 4 56 .
Homer,, . -c \
' 47 ,
Oswayo, ' -,. 47 . 112
Sitivania, . 33 ) " 2R4
Summit. • , 261 ,f 54
Balance tine the 'sat4l Treasurer from Potter
IST OF CAUSES for trial ia the Court of
JILA Common Pleas of Potter- County, at Feb,
:Ilyaut- and wife, vs. 31anst aid Graves.
~ Nletzger,Strongadner W._T.6cjA. F. Jones.
Stebbins. ' ~ W. T. Jones, 64'21,
Crittenden &Langdon" Burton.
Coromonw'th for use,'" Swartz & Johnston
Pomeroy & Smith, - "- Rosa & White.
Lyman Burt, " Israel Bert. .
Hart, ~ Jordan.
Leonardrille Man. CO." Harry Lord.
Metzger, • " Dwight. .
17. Ives, " A. R. &A:
Warren & Son, " W. T. Jones &Bro.
tiny, " Newton
liollenbeck of at; i -"" Rounds.
N. J. , OLIIST.PD Frothy.
ALL thoss indebted: to tbs . 411ttr.Q144;kr
- SMITH- & JONES, are•poli
to', oil]) at-(. Smith's store,-and,sei :and - pay
without delay. By so doing - )'.on, wit much
oblige tie—otherwise" .se - will,, ~.*', u tideti. . tbe
peittful necoseity of tiying-titK , A ;," • .-,.•. .;')
Coudersport,. Jan 2, 186 - 14 5 ., -- '...
. ~..;,. -
: . .
',ensurer to the follow
; Town., School.
$34 17 173 46
8 - o'l6 15 92
2.1 78 4 11
210.69 168 86
'483 54 • 9378
211 64 5353
1456 70 72
W: 8. - GRAVES, Couniy
S. A. SLADE,'4 .
L. BIRD. ' 9 A tailor*.
I , Lord and Dirigpt.
tb Jackson Township.
NE W Oeg..'
FALL :i.- AN -D...;-.:ll.l.NtEni,
IN °SWAY° VILLAGE.
Zust Received from New York.
1 ' _ 4_,
1 .gargegt and isedt ,
Mock of Good*
i , EVER OFFE,II.ED I 1
POTTER Cati/ 4 712,;,5t.,
ihTassortaretit codslits7l .
DRY GO ODS, O _,
t a... 1
Hats and uapsil
iitoots'44 Shoes, -
11 . artr determined to sell goods as low ad
itier , in be piarebosed in Wellsville._-I:160'
ing purchased for Cosh, no rents or ititefiii
to p-pi, arid selling a Urge nurount for RitA.l7f ,
.1 1 ...it,i am eriabled t,co gii4eo the Chihli. i
Pirellis with my eartotrierfs. - •
II ving_mado nrrangediefits with scinte eff
the 'est botiseS in the city, goods will.tof
S4 I PP 0 IV Neelligi
mutt ling nie, constantly to offer the DATE3T
STYLES and , BESTI,QUALITIE'S of Cloods.
893T_ GOLD AND SiLVBII, ITATCHIES .
kept on hand for sale: Vedlats supplied eli
sir For coon LtMBE
1 HAVE ESTABLISLIED A
.1 At El,listru nt .
- - odes th e name and , styte of
$I MONS & rtlinifi
whir. ' COISPLETi, GENERA!, AMOR*
IENT 'it he cewstautly kept vit timid. - •
C. H. SIIIMON. At -
Merey(); Aprit i i 180.-4y,04t. .
The - eoplela Cele
MODE RN 'COOKERY
1N ALL ITS BRANCHES
4 1 r
S ELIZA. ACTON"
CLLY ISEVIBNLi BY rns. 8. J. JlALik_
YOU flow to chool4E all kinds-of
!Beats, Poultiy, and Gasnei
with all' the various add most
e.pPl'oVed 'bodes of dritsiug
• ed. cdoking lii , •et arid Pork';
also' the, best and simplest'
way of salting, pickling mid -
turinithe some. ' •' '
YOU All the various and most •
approved Modes of dressing,.
cooking, And boning, Mutton,
Lamb,! Veal, Vonitry, and.
Game Of all kinds, with the
differeit Olcstil.gb,. - dravies, ,-
- and Stuffings- APprOptiate - .to'
- each. 1 -
YOU How to choose, .cletniic. thg
preserVe Fish - of all kiads; a
how to Isweeten - it when' tail-.
- , teal , ago 01l the Variants:awl -
most atiproied =dead cook.
lag. with .the different Drafter
ings, Sd!ices, and Fla*'lll*o
• _ a .aPlropinte tolsoelr: ' 1
'OLT \ Ali tira varfews'andidoif(ap
proved modes of
mg ove ;fifty, ,differeat, kind*
Of Meat Fish, Fowl, Gams?
and Vegetable Soups, Broths;
and Stew s,' with the Belisha/
and Selsonings appropthiter
to each. • •
- 011: All theivarions and-roost ap.r
I provedodes of cooking Vag:
etabfes f ever.t d'escriptioa f
I also ho to' prePare picklelti
Calsups and Carries of all
AZinds, !Totted 3kaM, nitre
Game, Mpshrootos, &c. '
:OLT All thevarious and most ap.,-
, prate& modes of prepariere
and Cooking all kinds of Mist
Omelettes; critters; takes,.
lies, anti~ Sweet Dishes of ers
`err descriptiini. • .
G All the virions aadmostapr
proved Modes. ,-• .of tasking
Bread, Busks; *altos, and
Biscuit, the' best, method of
I preparing toffeof Clmeatatss i
I Tew,, oat* how fo• ataloa , _
T Syrups, Cordials, and
of stomas kinds. - (
Ho* to sit out and ortoCr
mein' a Table, how tot (Carta*
all kinds of Fish', Flesh of
_Fowl, 'and in short, how to'
ing as to bruit the chrticeo
Insuries of the table Isithilt(
The boob emoaftm Os pager, mid npirantal.
of twelve bundrhdßeceipes, all of Which atie
the results of actuarexperlenee, 'Owing been"
fully-and carefully tested Maple the` persoiraf
superintendeneeiof the writes. It it misdeal
in a clear and open type, is iillnstratedipitht
appropriata engrAvings, and will be forwWed •
to any address, neatly bound, and pat** ,
paid. on .receipt of the price, $l.OO, it bp:
cloth, extra, $1•4 5 . - . -
$.1.9P a Al YEARI cau P e ?rib t!)* -
epterpromg meal everywhere; in selling the
above work, Mulladacementslto *Blom,. b t ..-
'lpg very lilacrltY. ' - .. " - „
Ferainglb . cages or the 11'04, otrickY:' ies4lllt..
to agents, with' o l iber inforthation; apply t o .,
JOHN i•POTTIPt,Pnb/iltere . ,
. 80. IF/ Smut strsehrldivral-
, . .
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