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A SEA DEVIL.—A Sea Devil was
caught on the coast oi England recently.
which, says the Greenock Advertiser , is
anything hut captivating. It is fiat, four
feet eight inches in length, two feet sis
ruches in breadth; its mouth, in which
there is -a-.uugie row of emulated sharp i
teeth, measures 12J inches .horizontal,
and, when its jaws are fully opened, it
measures 161; 011 its belly, near the
lower part of the head, are two hands,
having live fingers on each distinctly ex
hibited, and webbed. It Las also two
anterior tins, and two lateral bags of great
capacity, with one of a triangular form, on
the belly. It weighs about eighty pounds.
It is nltogether a formidable and strange
looking fish, and the name by which it is
known is not inappropriate.
THE Kussian government lias decided
.that hereafter, in the pubiio school of
Irkoutsii, where their principal commerce
is with America, the German language J
shall be suppressed, and "the American j
language"' substituted in its place. "This,
is the first time," says the London corres
pondent of the X. Y. Com merchtl A<7-
•vvrti cr, "that I have seen the English
officially called the American language."
COL. BEST ON has written a review of
trlie Died .Scott decision. lie takes |
•ground with .Judges Curtis and McLean,
and against tho majority of the Court.
The book is now in press.
Teachci 's fins! if ule.
On Monday the 10th day of Nov. next,
a Teacher's Institute will be opened at
Coudersport and continue five days. The '
object oi tiie Institute is, to give instruc
tion 01 the most approved methods of
teaching, and ccudueting the exercises of
the School room. .Six hours of tiie day c
will be occupied in reviewing those
branches usually taught in our Common .
Schools, and giving instruction upon the ,
method of teaching. There will also be v
a Session each evening, for the purpose
of reading essays, and holding discussions *
on subjects connected with the advance- j
inent of the Common School interest.
The time has been limited to five days,
so that every Teacher in the County can
afford to attend. One week's board, and
a i- iii.ii charge of three or four shillings
for contingent expenses, wil be ail the
necessary expense *, and it is hoped, and
expected that the Teachers throughout
the County will make it convenient to at
tend. The undersigned will use every f
effort to secure board on reasonable terms.
Those who design to become members '
of the Institute, are requested to bring a
lull set of text-books, of such as arc used *
ia their school districts. The friends of
education generally, are cordially invited
to attend. The services of eminent, and
•experienced Teachers will be secured to
givt instruction and lectures timing the
Lcsiiun of the Institute.
Those who design to attend, should be
i/i Coudersport .Saturday evening, and se
cure t ioir bearding place, so as to be ready
to c<> n enco Monday morning. By com
.nig in at a late hour on the first day of the i
Institute, the whole day will be lost. An
LU ..Lor of the Directors of the County l '
IMVO mentioned to me teat they would !"
: to have a general meetitig for the
tfurt-ose of discussing some questions of is
interest relating to their duties. I have)
therefore madu arrangements that Thurs-1
day evening of the week of the Institute
may be occupied in discussing the follow- J.
nig questions : i n
FIRST: The importance of adopting a I
I'mity oj taxt-bovks, not outy in the ''
Shot.,l District*, but throughout the *
a ' j ra
SECOND : The propriety ot pctitioninrj . ;
car ijtnt Ley i.itutlire to redu< e the num
rof Directors from six to three; and °
n/'otr them a compensation for their si r- u
vie. s. j
Director?, by attending tliis discussion
i i i.ursday evening, will have a favora-i "
'do opportunity also to witness tiie clos
ing exercises of the dnstitute the next _
day.
Directors, and Friends of Education,
shaii we have a general attendance?
J. id ENDKICK, s
Co. Supt. of Potter County. t
COUDERSPORT, Oet. 7, 1857. " A
TIIE WINTER TERM of Coudersport
Academy, will commence on Tuesday
the 15th of December next, to continue
thirteen weeks. Grain of all kinds will
be received on tuition, at the market
prices, it' promptly delivered; therefore J
ti>e tightness of money need prevent no y
one from obtaining an Education.
J. HEN PRICK, Principal
Goqdei'spolrt iMcc-Cqrmjl, y
Corrected Weekly for the Journal,
BY j t ,
Si tiOOS! Sl J.l('Kso.\,
tJt. • •era in Dry Goods, Groceries, lints g Cups, r
bouts y Crockery, I'urk, Hour,
Sifal. Notion*, Jrc„ ,j-c.,
*ALN STHEKT,, COUDERSPORT, PA. .
Loin, superfine, "j? bbl., - $7 50 "
" extra, 't - . 8 00 1
" " - - 30 00 ,
ALT , " " . - - - 350
L ' J KN MKAL, 100 lbs., , - . 250
p-K.re, - . is -
f■*' " " #
.. ALU, *T " " - 14(fi 16 '
' "oi.. < 11 1
HA,; „ : : : ; 25^^: I
n" ~r IJ,EU8 > V *>■, - - - - 35°
J U;kS , ( " " - - - - 2T> ! f
" Scexa, "p ft.., - - . io(7,- 12 ;
! '^d.VPl. u , k " . . . 14 f:
.. " " p Bushel, - - - 250 '
■ "IT? BEANS, p ' - - - 050 *
1,1 ( 'KWMEAT, 3 U |
" " - - - 25(5,30 v
,/' ux > " " - - - 87 a
" " C 2 ( -
; "'ATOKS' on . _ _ 25
"■•N i Dozen, - - - - 12 j
: Av> v T <m, - - - ?! E *ooi
Notice to School Teachers.
The County Superintendent of Dotfie
County will be at the following places
and at the times here specified, for th<
purpose of examining teachers, viz:
MASSES, Thursday, the 26th of
November next, at the sehool-h use it
Levis vi He.
HARRISON, Friday, Nov. 27th, a;
the Cummings' school-house.
BINGHAM CENTRE, Monday,Nov
30th, at the school-house.
OSY\ A\ O A ILLAGE, Wednesday
Dee. 2d, at the school-house.
SfiAKON, Thursday, Dec. 3d, at tlu
school-house near the mouth of the
Iloneyoye.
HEBRON, Friday, Dec. 4th, at the
Craudall Hill school-house.
ROULETTE, Saturday, Dec-sth, at
the red school-liouxe near 51 r. Weimer's.
i IKE,'; Tuesday, Dec. 3th, at the
scliot:-house near the mouth of the West
Branch.
I OL DERSI'ORT, Saturday, Dec. 12,
at the Academy.
1 he examination at each of the above
places is to commence at JU o'clock, A.M.
It is expected that all the teachers will
make their arrangements to be at one of
these places, whichever may be the most
convenient. 'J hose, however, who attend
the Teacher's Institute during the entire
session, will be examined and receive a
certificate (if quaiiiiud) before leaving.
Each Teacher is also requested to fur
nish a reading-book ol the kind generally
used ; also a pen and ink, together with
at least two sheets of paper, as a portion
of the answers, in the different branches,
will be required in writing. As there
are iucrea. d facilities for teachers to
quality themselves for the duties of their
calling, the time lias come for more
thorough examinations.
The "Department of Common Schools"
has issued new forms for certificates, both
" Provisional" and "Permauent;" the
State Superintendent has also given in
struction to the County Superintendents
to re-examine those teachers now holding
Permanent certificates, and give new
Permanent certificates to such as are;
worthy of them, and Provisional certifi
i-aDs to others; also to annul the Perma
nent certificates of those who do not sub
mit to a re-examiuatiou-
These instructions will be complied
with, and a higher standard of qualifica
tion will be required hereafter.
!t is hoped that the friends of educa
tion, and Directors especially, will be
present at the examinations. A Lecture
will be delivered at either oi the above
places, on any subject relating to Com
non School education, on the evening of
;he day of examination, if desired.
J. HENDRICK,
County Superintendent of Potter County.
<*'OWI>ERSPORT, October 17, 1857.
fuel lirfofrtisiraitttsfi
To Dclinquenf Collect oi'M.
OTIPE is hereby given that the County
LNI Conimhsioners o: Potter County will
in • t at th tr Office, in C >u<ier-port, on MU.N
'AY. NOV. PTiJ. ls.*7. for the purpose of
net. ting Delinquent < Collectors, (for ye .rs j.rior
o 857,) in order that they may pay up or
nake satisfactory arrangements in the premi
ses. By order ci' the Commissioners,
L. B. COLE, Com'r Clerk.
Coudersport. Oct. 1557.
the premises of the subscriber, one
fi mile north of Cole burg, in Allegany twp.
'••iter county, l'a., in May last, POCII CAT-'
I'LE. described as follows :
A bright red Steer, good size, no particular
nxr:..- remembered now. Also, a Heifer of
ittue description.
A r d and white spotted Steer, good size,
>ne or both ears frozen, white hind feet, and
vhite spot in forehead.
A light red Steer, under size, one or both
:nrs frozen, and short tail.
.Any person bringing the cattle to me, or
u. ; uiiug me where i can obtain them, will
e sratably rewarded. WM. PEET.
Allegany, Oct, 2:>, 1857.—St*
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j Nov. 1. 1857.
Administrator's Sale,
Jf N Pl itSUANCE of an order of ihe Or-
A phans' Court of the County of Potior, 1*
shall expose to sale, a! tiie Court House in the
Uorongh i f Coudersport Pa., on SATURDAY,
the 21ST DAY OF NOVEMBER, A. D. 1857,,
at one o'clock, P. M., the IDllowiag described
! real e.-tate, situate in Sweden Township, Pot
ter County. Pa. :
Bounded on the North by lands of S. Y.
Acker and unseated lands, on the East by
I lands oi' G. L. Catliu and land.- of 6. Y. Acker,
on the .South by 1 mds of Jacob llerrington,
and on tiie West by lands i,i S. Y. Acker and
unseated land-; bviug lot N>. 17 and Wtsti
i part of lot N >. In of the allotment of Bingham
; i anils in said township, and being part oi'
Warrants Nos. 130 1. 1309, 2047 and 2092 : on
i which is erected one Log House and j
j Frame Barn, said lot containing about 133 J
teres, about 4■) acres of which are improved,
with 50 Fruit Trees growing thereon.
JOEL lIENDRP'K. Administrator
of the II tate of Win. Lyon, deceased.
N< )TICE.
William V. Keating, 1 NO. 128,
Adolphus E. Boric , Sept. Term, 1857, in
and ' the Common Pleas
James M. Wilcox, j of Potter County.
e, re is Acaion of Eject-
Leonard McKee. J mmit lor ihe follow
ing d •ribed lot- of land in said county, the
first containing two hundred and fifty-:even
; acres, situate in Eulalia Townahip, and b >und-1
vd as follows: Beginning at Ice south-west
c r of the Tattle lot, thence N. by west line
of said lot 120 rods to north iine of Warrant
No. 2129. thence west by said line 02.0 rods ;
to N. J. Mills' east line, thence south 43 de- j
■ grees west by Mills' line 31 rods to center of ,
I road, thence south 40.5 rods, thence west by
Mills' .south line 40 rods to a corner, thence
south 119 rods, thence east 185 rods to a post
iu tiie west line of Aimcron Nelson's lot. 1
thence north 49 rods, thence east 59 rods to i
warrant line, thence north <>9.5 rods to Tut- ,
tie's south line, thence west by said Hue 92
rods to th" place of beginning ; being part of. ;
Warrant No. 2129.
The other lot, containing one hundred and i
thirty-six acres, is bounded as follows : Be
ginning at a post in tiie east line of the Kv ti
ing Lands, being the north-east corner of a
lot surveyed to D. li. Martin, thence north 200 j
rods, thence west 199 rods, thence south 200 j
rods, thence east 109 rod- to the place of be
ginning; being part of Warrant No. 2110. iu 1
Swedes townghip, Potter county, Pa,
And now, to wit, September 22 1. 1857. on 1
rn tionofJohu S. Mann, Esq., alt rr.ey f<>r 1
Pltintfif.;, the Court grant rule on Defendant
to appear and plead by third day of next
Term or judgment by default, and order Lie
publication of th? rule according to the At ]
of Assembly, in such cases made and provided.
By the Court, 11. J. OLMSTED,
Prothonotary.
Potter County, :
Certified from tiie Record this 19th day of [
October, A. 1). 1857.
p. o Witness my hand and seal of office, '
b " '-'at Gouders;>ort. tiie smite davand year.
10:1S—Gt. H. J. OLMSTED, Proth'y.
THE COMlil NA'iToN ~I'AI^ENT
PORTABLE
UPRIGHT STEAM SAW
MILL.
This mill is now acknowledged to be the
cheapest, most practical and efficient lumber |
manufacturing machine in the world. It is |
the only portable reciprocating mill that has
ever met with perfect success. Its entire cost,
(with fifteen horse power, warranted to saw
: from three to four tiionsand feet of inch boards
, | in twelve hours, the entire establishment cuin
plete, ready for running, is but $1,G50.
ROSS'S PORTABLE BURR-STONE Mill,
for which over seventy premiums have been
! awarded in this country and Europe. It will
grind with less than half the power, and make
better flour and meal than any other mill. It
1 is the most durable and the cheapest mill in
the market.
Prices range from $lOO to $l7O.
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY ENGINE?
OF ALL SIZES, SHINGLE MACHINES, sc.
J. M. EMERSON A Co.,
Dealers in Improved Machinery,
No. 371 Broadway, New York.
Send f"r Circulars.
i 1 NK and stop e articles iu the Drug line for
IXL sale by (10 2.) E. K. S.
FIAICOS, HE L OLE ON S £c KO SIC.
THE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED.
Prices Greatly Iteduced,
HOIiACE (V ITERS,
No. 333 Broadway, P>. A'.,
> AGENT FOR THE BEST BOSTON x N. V.
Instrument >t.
npHE Largest Assortment of Pianos, Melo
-1 A deons, Musical Instruments, and Musical
Merchandise of all kinds, in the United Stales.
Pianos from Ten different Manufactories, com
prising those of every variety uf style, from
tiie plain, neat and substantial tU octaves, in
\\ alti'il or Rosewood Oases, l'rom > 150 to $2OO,
to those of tiie most elegant finish up to One
Thousand Dollars. No house in the Union
can compete with the above in the number,
variety ami celebrity of its instruments, nor
in the Extremely low prices at which they are
sold.
HORACE WATERS' MODERN IMPROVED
PI ANOS, with or without Iron Frames, pos
sessing in their improvements of over-strin-rs
and action, a leugth of scale and compass of
tone equal to the Grand Piauo, ui. d with
the beauty and durability of struct.: v t the
J Square Pmno. They are justly pronounced by
i the I ress and by fnc lirst Musical Masters, to I
be equal to.those > f any oth. r m.tiiufm'tmvr.
1 hey are bmit <<f the best mil ni ist thorough
i\ seasCueu material, ami gu runt, dto st aid
tiie action of every climuL Eac i ;i.*trut?:euS
guaranteed to give sutitactioc, o: purchu.sc
uioney refunded.
SECOND-HAND PIANOS, at great bar
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HORACE WATERS' MELODEONS.-—Su-!
perior Instruments in touch and durability of
make. (Tuned the equal unij crament.J Me
iodcons of all other styles and makes. Price
$45. $OO, $75, $ 100, slif>, sl4o—doable
Reeds and two banks of Keys, s2oo—loss a
liberal disc aunt. Clergymen and Churches,
i an extra discount.
MARTIN S GUITARS,
BROWN S HARPS,
FLUTES.
FLUTINAS,
AUUORDEONS,
VIOLINS, '
and Musical Instruments of all kinds, at lower
prices than ever before offered to the public.
A large discount to Teachers and Schools.
The trade supplied on the most liberal terms. ■
.Til' SIC. --One of the largest and best se
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comprising many of the choice and most pop
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third off from the regular prices.
Music sent by mail to all parts of the coun
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Paul .gu s and Schedule of prices 1 :r warded
to all parts of the country by mail.
ixq.re Great iuducemi nts offered to AGENTS
in all parts of the a mnlry, to sell th Horace
Waters' Pianos, Melodeons, and Catnlo.ue of
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"YATES COUKTY NURSERY. I
H. OLIN & CO.. of the Yates County
T v • Nurseries, have for sale a large and
valuable assortment of FRI ST TREES
of all varieties usually cultivated. These
Trees are young and of vigorous growth. The i
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CEWiSVILLE STEAM GRIST MILL.
NE W ARRA NG E ?-I EN T.
undersigned having bought out all
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! Ulysses, Feb. 28. 1857.—9-38.
. I IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.
CONSUMPTION
AND ALL
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND THROAT
ABS POSITIVELY
ri'RABLE KY mi ILITIOX,
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! disease, neutralizes the tubercular matter, al
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imparts renewed vitality t<> the nervous s\ -teni.
giviug that tone and energy .->o indispensable
for the restoration of health. To be able to
state confidently that Consumption is curable
by inhalation, is to me a so iree of unaiioved
pleasure. It is as much under the c< nfrn! ot
medical treatment as any other formidable
disease; ninety out of every hundred cases
jean be cured in the first stages, and liftv per
cent, in the second ; but in the third stage ii
is impossible to save more than five per cent.,
for the Lungs are so cut up by the disease as
to bid deiiunee to medical skill. Even, how
ever, in the last stages, Inhal 11ion affmls ex
traordinary relief to the suffering attending
iuis tearful scourge, which unuuailv destrta -
i::neiy-li\e thousand persons in the Unit, d
States alone ; and a correct calculation shows
thai of the pre>r:it populati■ <n of the oaib.
eight;, l/iiilioiis arc destined to till the t oti
suiiiptivcls graves.
1 ruly the quiver of death has no arrow so
fatal a i oiis,imp; on. In all ages it has been
the great enemy id" life, fur it spares in itiie:
age uor sex. but sweeps off alike tin- brave.
jth beautiful, the graceful and the gifted. By .
! ihe help of that Supreme Being f;om whom
comelh every goo i and pet feet - if:. 1 tun en -!
alibied to offer to the afiiie'ed a pirmamm
j and speedy cure in Consuujption. Tiiw lirst !
cause ot tubeiv!. s i< trotu iuioure blood, and 1
the immediate effect produced by their depo
* sition in the lungs is to prevent the free a!-
mission ot air into the air cells, which cause;
i weakened vitality Hi \)Ug*i tiie cuti eastern.
! Then surely it is mote rational to expect "gicui
! er good lroiu medicines entering th- cavities
'oi the lungs tauu lrom those administered
.through the stomach; the patient will always
lind the lungs free and the breathing easy, af
ter Inhaiiiig remedies. Thus, inhalation is a ;
iu< al remedy, nevertheless it acts constitution
ally, and with more power and certaiutv than
j remedies administered by the stomach. To
prove the powerful and direct influence of this
this mode of administration, chloroform
inhaled will entirely destroy sensibility in a
. taw minutes, paralyzing the entire nervous!
: system, so that a limb may be amputated with- I
out the slightest pain; Inhaling the ordinary
I burning gas will destroy life in a few hours.
Tiie inhalation of ammonia will rouse the
system when fadiLng or apparently dead. The
' odor of many of th- medicines is perceptible
in the skin a few minutes after being inhaled,
and may be immediately detected in the biood
A convincing pro jf of the constitutional effects
or' inhalation, is the fact that sickness is al
ways produced by breathing foul air—is not
this positive evi ience that proper remedies,
c-arelally prepared an i judiciously adminis
tered through tha lungs should produce the
happiest results? During eighteen fears'
practice, many thousands suffering from du
j eases of the lungs and throat, have been uti
le" my care, and I have effected many remark
aide cures, even after the sufferers "had been
pronounced in the last stages, hich fully sat
isfies me that consumption is no longer a fatal
j disease. My treatment of consumption is
: original, and founded on long experience and
a thorough investigation. My p rtbet acquain
tance with the nature of tubercles, Ac., ena
bles mo to distinguish, readily, the various,
forms of disease that simulate eonsun. .tion. !
and apply the proper remedies, rarely being;
mistaken even in a single case. This famil- 1
iarity. in connection with certain pathological
and microscopic discoveries, enables me to re- j
.ieve tie lungs from the effects of contracted!
chest.-, to enlarge tiie chest, purity the blood. |
impart to it renewed vitality, giving energvi
and tone to the entire system.
Medicines iih full direction- sent to any'
part oi tine United States and Uanadas 1 v p.t
tientecommunicating their sj mj toms bv letter. I
But the cure would be more certain if the
patient should pay me a visit, which would
give me au opportunity to examine the lung'!
j and enable me to prescribe with much greater
certainty, and then the cure could be effected
without my seeing the patient again.
G, W. GRAHAM, M. I).,
Cflioe 1131 Filbert Street, (Old
,No. 109,) below Tweiii.ii,
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