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HE EDUCATIONALASSOCTATION -
TEACHER'S INSTITUTE of Potter Co. will
hold its Seini-arintial Sessiontit Conde4ort.
March 12th._ 13th; 14th; Arid 'lsth;' 1861. , In
addition to the usual course,-.of • drill; • dis
elLiSiOn;-kc., a- course ,ore Lectures will be
delivered on School Organization and Disci
' Four evening lectures Will be deliver
rd, commencing on the evening,itrthe 1 I th,
End on the evening oftte: 15th the teachers
will hold their 'Levee. It is hoped to make
• this:Session a season of "p'eaSure. and prof
and nlarge attend:loco is desired.' •
- G. IV. D.' VIDSON'i •TrG4',.
Ilibron, Feb. 12th, 18,;1-.
The States have:seceded from Pot
ter county, and have withdrawn the inail
service. No ivail was received here Tues.
flay evening; in consequence of the high
flood in the Genesee and other streams
We hope.some amicable. adjustment may
o mailo.at once; as 'O/o'l3llBs the mail serf
tnuell We propose 4 Peace -Convention
at Ellisburz or Genesee Forks.-
Oil , Exepment.—Out quiet villiage
Ihss at - I t given way !ci the unierEaloil
t,:vo, and the whole coniwuoity is surg-
ing and swaying about with the. conse
quent exeiteinent. Last 'week. Messrs
,A. 'Cr. Olmsted, S. M. Millsr Lewis
Mann and D. S. Glassmire,:made a visit
'to the oil region of Tidioute; under the
auspices of several of the leading capital
its of this place . ; and after leasing. some
claims ' there, Messrs. Olmsted, Mills
end Glassmire returned to this place on
Sanday evening,—having lead
land at Kinzua on their w. Itome. • n
Monday, ten of the thitte n gentlemen .
-interesr \ cd met and organiz d a company•
with'a capital stock of 65,0 0 cash, and
the other members . will increase" the
stock to 87,590.. This c pital in, 'the.
bands of the energetic men it is will be
ample to develope their leases, and„inake
them all. wealthy. They are going to
commence operations immediately after
Court. They have lso leased one .small
;Claim at Titusville.,
Laic and Food.—FOr the; last, two
its 0!) have been blessed with plenty
"of snow,- beginning abOnt thefirst of De
cember with 6or 8 incites, an gradually
increasing up to last . 4edne)
there,was l about_ 32
_inches on tie Alain
le vet,: withl - 0 or 12 itielit..s trbre in the
woods. . The uheie snowing season wound
up With a blustering gale during the
\wliolb of Thuisday, Thursday night andl
Friday morning. A •calm ensued till
Sattirday noon, when moderation set it,
assisked by a steady ;rain all day Monday,
and '4,gencral 'thavi and break up' with a
'stupditdcus flood is the . result. lkitweenl
the ice, logs &e., all the bridges in . the
Tillage are in great danger—one at least,)
leading.east across the river will have . tox
.'.be, removed, to save any porlion of itondl
Ahe - soutliblidge. wi:l,probably be carried
!away by the jatn.nosTfressing against the,
•cast bridge when removed. The cast
bridge,cost•some $359, .and will have to
IgeTeplaced at once. ' The other iq only' a
, temporary one, - and we helieV•e it is in.
'tended to build another the coming sum
imer. '[This was written Tiieday.]
Wednesday, the water has fallen con
•Eiderably under the influence of a freeze,
;and the kith:es:aro all still standin. ,
'The jam of logs and ice has gone out,
/leaving a clear channel in the river.
The damage thus far has been consid-,
'-rable—particularly to the new Tannery,
destroying their Cats of nearly fluioed
3eather—:-probahla dnmage 81,000. - Oth
iers have also. suffered by the backwater,
but we have not room for the particulars
IVAIIING I TOIsI, Feb. 8, 1861.--Col.
Ilayne and Veut. Hall left here this
morning 'for Charleston. They came
"here tozether by agreement , and so re
The Postmaster at :Mobile denies to
Po t•Office,Department that letters
s pa sin through his office have been
FROM LOUISIANA.—On Friday last,
the U. SI Mint and Custom House at,
New Orleans, were taken possession of
*y the State. authorities. The officials
,continued in I,heir positions having taken
he oath of allegiance to Louisiana. The
amount of Government funds in the hands
of the Officers was 'some 560(1,00(0, all of
which the rebels took pcissassion - of
They also seized. one of the U, lteve-
New DEMAND FOR Otr,.—The Frank
lin Spectai.or.iays:- I, 4n' English com
pany, in London of immense capital, has
been for some years engaged in distilling
'oil'from Scotch bog coal This company
es ire are informed by good authority,
wishes to make contracts through their
stout in Boston; for a large and constant
supply of Petroleum, the refiring of
which is to be their business in. future,.
This opens at once a new: and vast inar
k .et for. our staple, and wherever intro
ttueed, it, has nothing to fear from tests er
cp sparisous. as an illuminator...'
.-T. - , 1 Sharp colloquy ,; took 'place in
•'Sen to . yesterday betw6n John P.
le anA . Joe Lane, in Whi l ch "the'New.
mpshire ,Seinitor . told, Lane that : if
il, war came ,the first'thltig that Would
done troUld he to surti o rese ell North.
traitors.' ',,,T0 Clingstion ,of North
.thlina, who had compared, the seces•
in of the Sonth to the going out of the
tribes of --Fiale ireplied that
: len tribe, had left thel' ark of the
enant bellind them w
a hen' they need
. , nd went : to destruction !
roobody Inlt Clod-kite* what had be=
c of them.—N: '
ract from a let,ter Written by the pastor of
:rptist Church to the "Journal and Ws
ageri." Cinch:mat' , , Ohio, tied . 'speaks voiumea
r ifavor of that World-renowned medicine—
ls. WiNst.uves,oOTHlSO STIMP FOR. CUM ,
TEETHING S i
i` We see Ito advertisement n your columns
• : . -
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Now we
• ker said it word in favor of a patent rnedi
-4e before in our life, but,:nfefeel compelled
say- to your readers" that ilits is no humbug
11 , jIAVE TRIED IT, AND KNOW] IT TO DE ALL ;IT
1119. •It is, Probably . , one Of the most su'r--
sfol trie - dieines of the day, becane. it is one
the :besf.- And those of yOur readers win"
re babies can't do , better, than to lay to 4
i 1 . !I "
MALES SUFFERING fri;m Scalding 'of
the Urine, Prolapsus. Lueorrhea, should
Dr. Andrews'.fever'ana!Canker compound.
W•etnoves alt Feyers, IrritittiOn, Itching, and
Ives the pares-. in a, healthy, Condition.—
[ease consult: "Last Hay bf Hope," to be lu'd
tlkke Proprietor, Syraeluse,.. %'. Send!
ttup . to,pre-pay•postate, :or it may be had j
ittis,tif Agents. For sale by Q. S. k E A.
Lies Coudersport • • :71y.
, Uncle ' Steve's' Piils. •
7 w ADE from Toots. Barks, and Plants
• Not rui
ecothendcd . to cure' everything,
h t as the hest and most RELIABLE FAMILY
er 'Fie knon ' They. leave the Stomach' and
.11 wels in. ii, healthier and Vetter condition
th in any other physic. Try' one boa, and re
turn if not satisfied. I. j
_;! Sold by c. s.'k, 4. i hne, : .Agents, Couders
p rt. - il ' , ' .. ! . 71y. ' .
THE GOEAT ; FEMALE lEDICINE.--71'4e
fictional irreetiarities peculiar to the Weak-
Ismy, are invariably corrected without pain
inconvenience by the use ofJudson's Moen
ti Herb ?ills.' They are, the safest and stir-
It Medicine for, all the disenees-incidental to
males of all ages, and more esi ecially so in
Ladies: who wish to enjoy- health should ail
ways have these Pills. No one who ereruses
them once will allow herself to be witliout
tliiern They remove, all obstructions, purify
the blood and gire to the skin hat beautiful.
el, ar and healthful look so g admired
in a beautiful and healthy wiuna lAt certain
p nods these Pills are an indispenSable com
p 'lion, From one. to foue.-should be taken
er eh dity. until relief is olitained. A few do
se . -cmcmion:ill}-, will keep the system so
h althy, arid the blood so' pure, that diseases
e nuot enter the body. , I •
Judson's Mountain iletto Pills are sold" by
al medicine dealers.
,l-' l ' • 1
:• Try one box of Ifyde's ;Celebrated. Indian
Piasters. It removes Pain, SoreneSs, Lame
nos or Weakness, quicker and more certain
Wan try other known article, andis a specific
re63edy for Rheumatism. It is the cheapest
aq well as best Plaster before the public.—
Pcom Bto )2 large, Plasters fo'r 25 cemt,s. Cir
ctlars- to be had gratis of Agents. 7
Sold by. C. k. EA. Jones, Coudersport.
ato by dealerig l eiterally: ,
11 1 . 1 Auditor's NOticp.
A L TOTicE is bereby given that the under
-111: signed, an ?Auditor appointed by the
CPurt to Make distributionpf the proceeds of
thel sale of persoiiiil property in case of P. A.
8 ebliihs m. R. J Butterworth, of Sept Term
1 GO No. 59. will:attend to the duties of said
a pointment at the office qt the. PrOtlionotav
hilCondersport, on Saturday the - 10th day of
.Fdb. .18111 / at mie,u.'cicek r. sr. Parties inter
es cd will attend if they think properl";
17 G. 4 0 t LMS I TED, _editor.
an. ?3, 11361.1
000 t SHEEP FELTS, wanted $ • .diately
at . I:- " - ' ST i • BINS"
0 11 0 0 1.a n. ABLA. Robe T rt iO G IST ;
. I C IE 6 R WLI CAS -rtlt tlic
: :Presiddptdiidge, and the lions: Joseph
nn and,.Cr G:}Colvin, Associate Judges or
the Courts of Oycr it Teriiiiner and General
' Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Pence,
. ,phans' Court and Court of Common Pleas'
to the : County' of Potter, bare issued their
pr cept, bearing date :the seventh day oft
January-, in the yeneof' pur 'l i ord one thou-1
sand eight hundred and sixty-one, and to me
diected,feritolditigia CoUrt of Oyer and Term
in r and General Jail Delivery, Quarter Ses
ilsi ns of the Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court j
oftComara - Pleas, in the Borough of (louder- I
sp rt, ,on: MONDAY, th'e' 18th day of Feb.
ru ry next, and to continue one week
'otiec,is therefbre hereby given to the tor-
Oilers, j f.t
justices Ohe Peace apd Constables
wi : hinithe .county; that they 13 .- e.thipni4 there
in(heir proper persons, at 10:o'clock A. M:' of
sad day, with their rolls, 'records, linquisi
ti s, examinations,' and 'other remembrances,
to do those things which to their ofdces ep
pc tam to be done., Awl those who ar bound .
by ,thoir \recogniziinces to prosecute against
the prismiers' that are or shall be in the jail of
Said county of Potter,°a•re to be then and there,
to frosccute against them as will be jeist.
ated at POUDERSPOILT, Jah. 7, ..1861, and
tB4th yearolthe 'adept ndenee of the United '
Stites of America. . : :
M. F. BCRT, Sheriff.
sFill garitess : mop T .
frinfiE undersigned a ould respectfaily inform
- the surrounding community that he has
to -eta the ram: formerly occupied by A. G.
01stdd, where. : liP• is prepared to do
411 kinds of gamest; Work
on i the.shortest, notice.
' ' ' I -,
LONG STRAW . COLLAR%
al o keptennstaettron hand.! • Thee* eollars
i , . ~
ar a superior article, and need WO atrial - to
inSure their suceeis.
I,2epairing!done iri good style.
3areingles, Martingale-ring, names, and
lir me straps, kc., kept constahtly on hand...
4'be public are invited to cell atill,xamine,
Deroce purcho,sing:eLsewhere. • • ,
S. P.lL'iAtt- 1
ziersport, Ont. IStlt t 1669.
Corrected every Wednesday by E. X. STEB
, BINB 13110. Witblesalts and' Retail'
De'alers in Groceriel and 'provisions, !;
Opposite D. 1 0 .1:11assmIre's Hindi'
Collderspork,l l o. -
Apples, - greeni.Vblish., • $ 87/ to on
do „. dried, 14 - • 1 012 oo
Beans " *" 100 ,
Beeswax, ep l ib.,! 20 25
Beef, el, 4
Berried, dried,' qttart , • 4
Buckwheat, V bush, 40 = 54 Butter, V ib. t • -1 .17
Mice:to, • 4 . . 8 It
Corn, V . buslig ' • 75
Corn Meal, per COrL I , 4. : 5 . 0 2QO
Et.,s,. V dot, , : 1,5
Floutyeltra, bbl., 650 7OQ
do , sUperlinel, 4 ' a 50.6 00
Hams, 10 lb ' • .12/ 15
Ilay If! ton,_ - 60 e4O
Honey', per lb., ' _ 10 121
Lard, j . 12 15
Maple !Sugar. per lb, . '8 12
Oats, V bush., Ilft
Pork, bbl., . • .•21OG 23 00
- do ig 11;4. 10 13
do in whole hog. 12
Pointons, per hush., '371 50
Peache4,dried "e'lb 25
.; • •
Poultry', "fil , lb., ' 6
ltye,'per bush., •, 63 75
Salt; . bbl., ; - , 275 3 911
do "t 1 seek, 20
Trout, per A bbl:, ,G 00 700
Wheat. '''-e tush., 1 : -'1 00 1.13,1
White Fish, II 4 bbl., '. 1 '' 650, 7 00
• - • 1"01 - A 31011ENT,
T"'SUBSCRIBER has juit received a new
ty, t 3 t 3 :0
Direct from; Nen- York, consisting of
DRY GOODS, GROCE
IIIES of all kinds,
lARDWARE. CROCK. , •
ERY,: BOOTS it SHOES, !
, & CAPS, Latest -
TICS; such ns..9IIKET7
INGS, TICK, B.ItTS,
ke.--in short, all kinds of goods usually kept
/ NO. 1 OC)trpTTRY STORE.
All of Which will be sold very low for
' EADY av .
Tho aboye-named stock of Goods is now
open and for salc.at the
New Brick Store
none CanfieltEs-FloOring Mai, a few rods cast
of, the Allegliftny Bridge,
wlter4 the'proprietor would be pletred to re
ceive Falls from lils.olditustotncrs and as Ma
ny tfeiv ones at fe l el disposed to
DEAL . WITELITIBit
The market ptice paid for all kinds of
I • '
• : , •
PAIIMERS' PRODUC IN
in exchange for Merchandise.
.2, 1861.H15-Gmo. ,
orders; ort, Jii
n , ,
Used' 15 wears in aii Extensive and verySuccass
, id Biedical 'Practice. i .; 1
A CERTAIN REMEDY, FOP, I 1
iFO er Cankei and Inflammation f '
][ i•it , . a• ANDBEWS' Fever and C nkci
••• Compound nii unquestiOnably the, 1)64
arid most reljable remedy tor Scarlet ev'eri
Nleasles; Sore Month or Throat, Coughs, Cold;
Bleeding at the ;Ltings, or fort Fever of every
gritde . - , '
; Hopeless Ca ses 1
of; 111 r 0 at th l e Lunge, Coughs, (calle
;-n , • ,
Cons ption,) Debility orjheSystent, Female
Weaknesses, and'all general Fevers cured.) i
I ; „ 10,000 Certificates. ~ • 11 ,
conlCbe published, showing !the most nston-
isliint cures. ' - L i •• 1 I ,
l• :: in. ' ---- i iI;
Nellon Holladay, Esq. Grotivn, N. T., cure
ofißleeding at the Lungs; severe Cough. slid
Genertil Debility of tho System, called- COni,
SupiptiOn., All )lopes of relief had failed 11;bni •
every other source. The cure was perforrried
live years since. 'He is .yet, (itarcli, 186'0 )1
I. n n--- • 1 ) 1 n
enjoying good health. ! ; -•• •
1 • - .
I.lrs. 'Henry , .4 anderbelt, Orleans, N. .y. l ,
cared of extreme Icase of Female Weaknes.s,
Prollipstist f teri, and General) Debility of ilie
i• 1 ,
System pronounced incurable! by many phy.L
siCians—,three years standing, Now in the en!
•joynient of good bealtb. .1
Jilrs: Luman Johnson, Summer Hill, N. 'Y. . 1 ,
cared of extreme! Female Debility, NerrOus
Weakness, Irritation, kc., .k.c.l
1 • 1 1• ' • ' - 1
Thp'afflicted sliouldronsult: "Last Ray':, r
H ope," published, ibr gmtuitclus circulation,
by 0. Andrews, 'Syracuse, N.Y.. Sent to any
address on receipt of a stamp Ito pre pay pox.i
tae or may be had of ;agents gratis. C. IS;
.k E. A. Jones, Agents Or Conders.port. 1 Tlyi
Audi ' s otice.
XTOTICE is hereby given , the ar4
- signed, an :Auditor appoints by the
Court to make distribution ofthe proceeds, of
t.le 'sale of real estate incase cif'Sobieski Ross`
us l Jameso
Lynch, of Sept. Term, 18, Yo;
6d,, Will attend to:the duties of his appoint'
meat at the office of the Prothonotary in COu=,
dersport, on friday, the 15th day of February]
186 L, at one o'clock, P. M. Persons interested
will attend if they think proper. ,
R J. OLMSTEDi.
Jan, le, 1E81. 7 i:17.4 j 1 '
g. a d,,
. ~..., Agists, rccem
Priv 11Familie .
• Wolfe'n - Parti Cognac aridy. • ' '
Wolfe's Pare berry an Port Witt,:
Wolfo'v,Pare Zara ' d St. Cr • :Bitut
elfeti Pare 49
olch init sky: ' '
1 ' • 'ALIPIIIISOTT .igi ,
1 / beg lea v e 10, ea be alien ion of the eiti
'zens of the! United Oti tee to t . . 1 e•above Wisrui
;and LIQUOiSi imporgid by ijii Ipho Wolfe, al
New York,., whose 1114ie - is. fiutiliar in every •
pa 4 of thiS cOantr 44 the pu ity of his &le-
I braced -Scatitiatt IC-itAITS. kr. Wolfe, in.
I his letter to Me, tipl .
ding oe purity of hks
Wines•andLiquorsi ys: ' Twill stake , irif i
repatationlas a mat iy stand rig as a mesH
X.hrint of thirty yea • residenc in the City or
'New York that al; he Bran y: and ',Wines'
I Which I bottle are. jitilre 'as im orted, • and Of
the best quality, arOl "can • be tried upon by
'every purchaser." i.. very bott has the- pro=.
,prietor's,natne on t wax, an a facal - Ear'
of his sig,nati.re on VC Certific teL • The pit) .
' , cl ,
lic are respectfully.; Anted to all-:and er
inc for themselves.. or sale t Retail by at.
Apothecarles and orit curs in Philadelphia.. '.
Gni), IL Asiirn 4 N). 8:12 31arket st. Phil,
1 , :So f" Agent for, l'ldtuffrlpliia.
• • Bead thO follow i i g 'from the New "ork •
Courier:' ; ' .i 1 1
- - -
Exp., ! ots 13,.. .ss roa ' Nn . sw 1 ()nit
lfzitcworr..--We itrij, Mppy:to nform our fel.:,
low-citizens that tit, e is orie dace in our citY•
wlibse the Physiciag„,apotheca y, and erountry
C ari, go map. iiiireha e pure Wines
and Liquors, as pa4.llas im, oared, and of the
best quality. We iti not intend to' give an
'elaborate deseriptiO of th 4 Merchant's ex 4
Itensive business, aloagh it will repay [ any
stranger or citizen V Visit IL dolpho Wolfe s'
extensive Ware-ho : , Nose 18. '2p and _ 2 _ 2 i '
Beaver street, and N s 1 , 9 and 21, Mark
afield street. ,' His 'g, . ck 91 'clinarips on band
ready for ship•tnentd:mid n t have \been less
than thirty' tlibusati cases; i t . e ,Brandy ; some
ten thousand cases t P 'Fintaghs f 183 U to j. 8565 6
and ten thousand tics oft 3 adeira, Sherry
and Port Wine, S ' tch aid Irish Whisky; ,
Jamaica arid- St. €r+ Hunt nitre very old •
and equal to any ibis cr:oui try. • lie • also
had three large eetlyri,' filedwith Brandy,
Wine, Ac., in easkqander (las ma loase.key,
ready for bottling 'Mr.! olfe'. sales of
Schnapps last" year,istrinnt d to bne tundred
and eightyittibusali doze ; rind we hope in
less lbmi two yeari is . May bb, equally, suc
cessful with his BrOldies a d 'Wines. \ 11
-His bnsiness 'merl s the p trcinige ofhieTl- 1
lover of hiS, sbeciei 1 'Priytelfainiliis who
wish pure /Vines an , Liquors l'Or myAlicai u sec ;
should send their • orders dtrt itrio - 11r.- Wolfe,l
until every, Ajiothei,i, '4o' inith ; and make upl
their minds to 'disc4rd the p4iso,4:t anus stu (firma
their shelves, and lane itiwi hiWolfes pure
Mims and :Liquorsi 1 • j
We untleisttindSk Wolf ,
modatiOn of small dealers i 0 tll
,up assorted cases tot Vinto
!Such a mart, and 'slch 1..m4re1l
'sustained against Iti.Slt;ns of tli
,ponents in the Unit/I lat 9,•••,
lug but imitations[ ''rininou"s
health 'and happinetis,'„ ''' .• - . 4
whicl /OR lIILD4IEI
!ing 7 l l by softetiiii th g
Nlatttntioti = Kill alliy
Depend_ iipori mth
11V54.0 - 1 1
.ri r t344llo,
the p i t . )4
1E TOE El(
, .. ".e.
yojrselvCs,und • ,
.. i ,„
, REtilp :AND HEATH Til .3f!"I7III:REANTS
1 1 1 , We Itve pit up 1.11 . 1' so d. th 's article for
;over ten vsarSl and C.11.N. 3AYI IN CONFI
,,DENCE 'AND Tltiliglr of if, lliat we have,
'nover-been able to S:ay ;of fitly thee medicine
—NEVER HAS IT TAME, iN lk SINGLE
t • -
INSTANCE,.TO Ell FF CT 21cLRL, when
,timely used'. Never die we - mvx an instance'l
I,lOf disSatiseacticin by an) . Goan:filo used it.. On:
the :contr.:l-Y, ail nit 4161 ght6l ' ith its btta-;
tipns, and speak in ter s o s f c mends, tio ofi
its Magicalieffeks and," ned kat virtues. AVel,
spedk in this mtitterirr w lA't WE DO KNOW,I'!
~ ~ • I r •
after ten year.4'' experi ne ',..4.ND PLEDGE;
: OU,R REPUTATION' FOB T lE.FULFILMENTI
OF: WHAT WE HERE IQEC ABE. -In almost;
every instance Where the lifrilftt is suffering,'
:I•coq'parft and exhaustion, relief' will be found'
riit - fffteeni or tvrienty minutes after the syrup'
is administered! .1 : 11
This valtiabli preparation is
t i on! of 'OM innsEXPE lENCt
usedNURSF.S in New nglandl
wit 4 li EVER FAL LNG SF
ii: not only r lieves the child'
invi,g orates;theistomach and bo
acidity, and gives tone and s
whale system,l It will almost
GRIPING - INITIE -7 73OWELS,
II 1 COLIC '',
, : • , 1
and,oversonie onsulsicina, whi 11, if not spec-I
dili remediSd,• end .in death. ',WU believe it:
the BEST and SUREST REM , . DY IN THE:
WORLD : in all cases 't)f DI S' NTERY andll
DLARRIREA LI culmwtN, w ether 4 nrisesi
from tecthibg,l4r Binaany other cause. Weij
wont& say to 1 evt r.} - ;motherlv o has a chid
suffering from i ttny of the foregoig complaintsll
PREJ DICES, NOR.]
—DO NOT LET YOUR
THE MEJUDICESI 01:,OTHE S, 'stand. be-' 1
twi eu. you ,Indl yonr, - stiffering bild.-and the]
relief that nil be SUREI—Yes, ABSOLUTELYI
SURE- -to foßo.nr the use of this medicine, i ifl
timely used. , Fulffdirections for' using will'
imcnmpany leach biittlS. None l igettuine un
less the fac-siritile of DURTIS dr - PERKINS,'
New Fork, Is on thu outside wr., pper.
I Sold by pruggisti tbrbukbout the world.
.1 1 -
Pflineppl 0 ce, 13 cedar Si.,
PRICE 01,1: i 5 CENTS PEI"
, Sold by .1 S. -H. E...A. JONI
turt, PC.. i
. 1. I.
gil:ditSTE I) ..4' it,IALI7B
QTKlltit. Min alwayi -be, foetid the hest of
I.7lCooliing,l . , Box and Parlor - :!_ • ' I, '.
Ale 6, Tl'l and SlTETARO,N.*.titig;'lltifS,
KETTLES.; • 8P OEMS; SCOltit - 11OWLS, ;
.SAP-PASS, , Ithd..GAITLI:I-1
ROO. Also, ' -.: . ~4 . ---_,,, _, -j4 1
• ; gribliltttral ii 4119 ' elite,: ,
(A - 4...50R APPIL9
-; q Ct •
TOR CORN-SIELLERS, HOILE-IArES
DOGI%Wig, ti. - • --?
14E:1.1 NN ()RIC 1
is w A made aid 'tire inateriril m od. Good an
sobs intial. tAVES-VtOUGllB!ptit„ut; in an,
paft4 o i l the t7tiunty—Tetins eniY. heady Pa,
of all kiluls, ineludirik. CI:till, seldom refesed
Ste on Slain Street opposite the Old conk
Ilbu .e, Coudersport. Atli: 1,1859.--50 i
VRNITURE . 1
W. H. p
i - .-*,--.OAT. .i S. .., . 1
Having enlarged and :refitted his W-AllE
' ROOMS, at •
~ 1 i
... ' ! iNVELI,SyILI.E, :
tine new vn hand and will keep constantly for
l iale,l4. larger:and, better variety of Cabinet
'Ware,and Chairs, than , litive ever been °W ere.,
' ' ' no f
in 'this seem" the O.cintry: - . i
ilisistock of common work has never hee.
eqtialled: , Having made extec.sive addit'ort
Ito his!assortment of ',
PARLO It - F-UR N ITU R ~ 1
he hos now on hand Plain Mahogany & N, ai
tile tiap Bureaus,-Card tables, Marble tap rid.
and.qentre tables. Fruit and' Toilet stands
Mart‘le top Wash stands. ' )1 ,
1 COTTAGE' 1 i
` ' AND
0 I I I.
• V J _FEENCFf
IEA DSTE A DS. COCCH ES,
' 1 ASO TEIE4-TETES, I
new and beautiful varieties. ,'-- . 1 I
ganef Seat, Mahogany, Eor,king and Easy Chairs
&e., /lc . •
1 . ..
1 Ini fact every thing in the line of . 1
• , •found , •
ean , p at his esMblichtnent. Davin:
the best facilities for manufaCtUring and Per
.cltsing hii stock for cash; : ' I
i , .-
e Undersold) l
He will not b
'nose wishing to buy,, will,.
save ! at leas
twey-tlYe 14r cent, by callitt l
on W.lll l
1 READ Y COFFINS I
of aplaires k e pt constantly on band. P,er-,
sonalliattendance with hearse:when requested:.
I : ,- NV: H. COATO.f I
lellsville, Xor.l, 18CO. u ' 1
- f i ''ABSTRACT or - I ,
,; i • , i 1
The County Auditors Report.
STATEISIENT of 13aNnces due tooi
frotn lE. RIOS, late Treasurer of Potter
Couy in account with School and Town
fun4f, as appears by the lAutlitors' Ee'
Lporti t ' 1
I.3lon`ce due trom the Treasurer, to the follcin
' i s un-. Townah Districts.
ips and Distr I '
ri 1 Town. School'.'
Abbott, 1 . $34 17 173 46;
Allekhady, , i _ ' 80 16 •15Oi ,
Coudersport, . 21 78 41 i
Ealalla, '‘ ' 43 3
Gennisee,\ ' so 77
Kebran, '* \ , 91 fin 743
Ilectjor, ' , l` 877.1
Homier, , - _
or the, eecom
e *Wry - . puts
Slit, should be
of sands of up-
'dip) sell Roth
Roulet, , 7p 72
Shut on, - 14 56 I, i
Sweon, 1 . If) 08 •
Svlllspin, 1 49 IS 273 64
Steirardson, 81 44
Suranliti' f 111034 3310d '
lilyssbs, ' I 11.4'
' ,',—' 305 '231,
Wesl.l3ranch. 10 83 303 64 1 j
11alat ice due toliie said TreaSurer for amount
olcipaid. , • -s
1 1 Tn. School" Bing i liard, , ,13 13:1 . .
. Genuesee, . ' , '.. 13 06 .
Harri,4ort, 1 1 - 34 92 • 17
Howler, , I ' • I. lO O1 ^
Ileetblr, ~ : 18 04 , ,1:
Pike ' 61 G 4 80!
Houle • 22 62
511aticai, , ' I 13 521
Sweelan, • 3: 24 ;
Ulyises; ' , 212
. 1 tilers. her
F Lsp, .
Isess of teeth 4
cling all in-i
give rest to
rs, a w
on. ;0 . ;,
Bu4+ e due froth th._said Treasur-
er' to the iCoadersport sad §,ltip
. pap! State Itupt fund. ; , $2lO so'
Bithrtice .due frdrn the said,Treasur-•
• ,_l, .
Oita the County of Potter.: . $216 :tip,
lialance Aub from A. F JONES, Jai.
Tres l itr i er of :Potter County- to sunk
Toni `hips arid School Districts., • I.
1? "! • Tciven. School.l
Alleghaiiiy- ; ! $lOllO 1
Keitieg,! .i ; !1 52 4 561
Ilorcer. :•• ' • ', 47
Os‘rnyo,; ! 47 . 1 12,
SYlvlliiih ! ,• ..; - . , 3 01 - , •.2 RI:
Seintuit.l ; ! '"- I 61 '' 'F ,' 54/
Balettee due the said Treasut•er troM . Potte,
Ce duty. ' i..
- ii.) I
W. B. GRAVES, County
S. A. SLADE;
• , " ' ' !L. BIRD. .'
.1 • Auditors
r the' pioescrip-!
and has been'
rom pain, but:
wels,• corm( is,
• • •
nergy ,to • the
. , .
IL'ar OF CAUSES for trial;in the Court
Common Pleas of Potter ,County, at Fe'
Terns,:lB6l.' ;' 2 1 •' ' '
--H-- - i
Byaa- 1 - and wife , tea.' Mann and Graves.,
Metz er, Strong adnyr " ! W. T. k A. F. Jonc
Downs, i " i Wood. '-
Gridley, . 1 "1 Lord and-Dwight.
Stebbins, ! • '";W. T. Jones, et al.
Criteitden &Langdori". IlortOn.
Comuionw'th for use, ". Swartz & Johnsto.
P,oniri,oy.& Sudth, .". Rosa & White. 1
Lyrnaa Burt, 1 . "1 fermi! Burt. \ I
Hare, '! '-,-- •' ", Jordan. • ' , 1
Leanlardviliellan. Co."' Barry ,Lord. .i-
Metzor, . : ";, Dwight. -
T. Ivies,' . " A. W-& A. B. liortzi
Warren & Son, , . ".. , Minnes.& Br.
I ‘.• iv'iciii, '. 1 '- Jackson TOlVriShi ,
~1 ' ' " Nean
to-. .' i
801 l Occk at al, ' " Sqatt(l9...:'
. 1 , , .• ; . • • H. J. OLMSUD,'Proth`y. ! I
AND I WLND.
• - , _ Loos =Cut.
• I •
I L thes3 indebted to the late firmot
311TEI &JONES, are politely requestech
to ea t lit C. Smith's store, and settle andNpay;
Inithout delay 4. By so doing yo'n will totretf l
obligw us,--otherwise •sm will be under the l
painfnl necesety of trying to Olitige you.' 11 1
1 1 ' 1. • 1 s
CpuderFrort i.T.In:C, 1 mITIVS: JONES. I'Bsl..—"lxte.
1, i 1 t
/10 G 9 lqa 80
• 133 54 93 78
211 G 4 53 32
i , ows.A.r 1 1.,
1 i . sir'i i 7
6' 1 4V I *IONS
THE pßcipnpiTtitt lus
Juit itectiiVed froth Nair Torii
;ice* of Gooflii
POTT ER C 0-IT N 'l7 Y
- • 11:ItssottmentcousisTat
DRY Goot)s ,
Boots 4 ' -Shoes i .
1 3 gOVISIONSI.
4 ' „.„,„,„„„
I anal diterndirftd to sell Rods as low a
they:can be purchased .to
log - purchased for Cash, no real tir bite
to pay, and:selling a large autointfo'r RSA 1'
PAx, l atneztablpd to Share the Visaed
Miring made arrarigetner:ta filth some of
the host . Ulnae' au tho city, goods will
PIP I Pta •JO hg
enniOliffg tne. constantly, fa' offer the LATEIif
STALES a 0 BEST titAlATit'S of tio'odi:
BEST GOLD 'AND slung Itaipatti
keptl, on hand for.sale: Pedrais_sapplied
rcospnable!terrris. i •
cAsz Odbb .I",ummi
I ohvg-tsisidgirpy A
BitlifiN ell ' STORI
tieder: the name and sty of
S P . E
wheie a G6iiPLETE GENERAL ASROWN
kEr !ft b'e elinltantly kept on
ThO POople's Cook-Book.
Li ALL 113 BRANCHES •
MSS ELIIA. ACTON/
Ft'LLY REVISIM ' ItY Ilia. H. J. jiAti.
i. , .
. 1 j •
IT. T E LLS ! YOU How to Otiose all kindi Of
i I ' Meats, Poultry, and GAS:
i 1 with all the various and met
i ttyproyed modes of dressing
. end cooking Beef and Porri
also the best and simplest
way of; salting, pickling and
1 y curing the same. • 1 .
IT TELLS YOl7 All the various midi, Most'
1 • ,approvid, modes - Of dressing;
• cooking, and boning Mutton,
•• i ' • Lamb, 'Veal, Poultry; awl
Game •of all kinds, with th' :
i - , ' different Dressii.gs, Gravieic :
and Stuffings appropriate to
IT TELLS 'YOU How ,to choose;! . clitair anti
E . I preserve Fish of all kinds, anti
! - ' how to sweeten it whetir min ,-
fed , also f all the ,various Ana
wat approved modes of cook.'
ing .• .
t with the different Press
' I . big\ Sances, and Flavorings'
appropriate to each. 1
IT TELLSYOI7 All the Various and most op:::
i proved . modes of preparing
. 1 1' , ing over fifty ditferenti kinds',
i '' b f Meat, Fish, Fowl, me,'
• and Vegetable Soups, Firo •
- , • nStews, a d with the Relishes ,
1 , ` and Seasonings ; appropriate' '' l .
• :to each. .
OC - All the various and most sp..' . 1
IT TELLS ,
proved modes of cooking Yip"
.' i • - etables of every descriptione
i • • also how to
1 , Catsups and Curries Of all
I' : - kinds, Flitted Meats. Fish ? :
. , Game, Mushrooms, eve.!' :.•
IT TELLS TO'S All tire-various and moot tip=
; - • - • pored' motes of premiere
1 ~ and cookinentfkirrdp ofF,liiiti l
:and Fancy PastiY, Puddings,.
Omelettes, Fritters, - Cakes •
lie!, and Sweet Dishes of yr- -
err description. •
IT TELra VOB MI the various and mast ap•-:
I • proved modes of nicking
' • Bread, Rusks, Stuffing; snit.
• Biscuit, the best method of
i • preparing Coffee, Chocolate,.
? ' and Tea, and how to :ttiakis
1 j Syrups, Cordials, and rine?-
, of varionw Unite
IT TELLS,YOU How Ur set , oise atill'arna.: .
all kinds I ,of, !Fish; Flesh or
Fowl, and in :short, how to'
simplify illi3ihole Artorpook.;
ing as ta' briiig•the ehisicest •
luturits of the , table Withiie
i 1 1 everybody's reach. i
Tho book contains 4'lB pages, and upward(
Of twelve hundred Receipts, all of which are'
'the reisults, of actual experience; i hiving' been!
1114, and carefully tested under! the personal;
superintendence of the writers. i It is printed!'
in 4 wear a nd-open type,' is illustrated! witte,
appropriate engravings, and will . * forwitrdedl
to any address, neatly bound; Ara ithyt ag e•
paid; tin receipt of the priee,i ' 00, lir in'
eloth,,;extra, $1.25.. , ':.
81000 A YEAR C a l
enterprising men everywhere, i
above l work, our inducements to
ing very - liberal. • • -, •
Forsingle copies of the, 86ot,
to age*, .witir.other inforteati
or 'address' ' '
XIIIN E n POTTER, r
Re. 817 !renters •
be tulip by
411 such bi-:
or for iermit s