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sfer We invito the attention of our reader* to the I'roapectus of the Wash ington llcpublir. ]\r will uext week publish the new Proapectus of the I/omr Journal , one of i,*t of American Literary "Weeklies. Jlo r*, is tolerable good sleighing here #i present —rather on the rough order — but our citizens are making good use of it. J: i- first rate sleighing for this season, end there are as yt no indications of a thaw. The Journal is published "behind time" this week, in consequence of the non-arrival of our supply of paper, keep ing Thanksgiving Ac. We propose to Jmve our lievt edition out iu good time— if nothing happens. UV are under many obligations to our juaov kind friends for the choice Turkeys did not receive, and therefore did not • nr. f r our Thanksgiving dinner. We i>.- L forward tot hristinaaand New Year's 1 '>• iji hvj'C and fear—which shall it be? Jit i . t'. M. tilahe't Thtuiksgiviiig Ser aua tliis morning was an sirellent production, and was listened to Jv a Lrg' audience, who seemed to fullv s,: rebate its well-timed tentiiuents. The d- *kf well observed by our citizens oerailv. Hr ii;vit the attention of our readers :o car advertisement of the Cosmopolitan At Wooiatieu in another place This .< oue of the most deserving of Art As ,iatious in the world, and should re us.. the hearty support of the American . "..pie, yf whom it is. We would also ■ i*ite t!i * attention of our readers to t.o ir spec ial notice headed ".Send for It." ifrsirw iiv Fire in Olran. —On Bat ./ Uv evening lu.st i 21st I a very destruc • vr tire occurred iu t>le;u, Cattaraugus County, N. V., nearly the whole town joing destroyed. The following is a list J the uufurtuuatei: li. S Morris. M. A. lilakeslec, Barge & Ktj utoi.. 1! Slruigham David Kern. G. Cuop- U U Kugg, Joint Forbes, V S. Butler A v.g Amos Bruiisaa. It. AK. S. Martin, Post ua - It. f.tllrr;. Ma*<nic Lodge, L. Whitney, W H Hirrr and t\ Murray. Suj ply oj JJibles. —We are happy to ~.•<. advertisement) that arrange- J O -seat# hare been made for supplying i-krap and well printed and bound eop e* of the Holy Scriptures to all children j u.* Common Schools this winter, and ad other? in the county who may need t.vin Orders should he sent in early, tie Schools are about co.nuiencing.— V r sere glad to see that a Resolution was tvt'ij approving the reading of the Bible j vhov l., att-ra very interesting Essay a li .- aiin subject, by ouo of our beet tael.rm in the county, had been read '-i" the 'J'caehers' Institute Irut week. -V, . . . ... ■_ t t J rwi:-c'tn cijj, ' erected Weekly for tlse Journal, UV HSIOOH thKEt A, JAC liSO Y, i-t l)ry tjvtis. (j'rtjcri's. Hats 4' (-'apt, bvOLi 4' bkftt, ( t oclrery, fork. Flour, Vest, .Vdiww, 4"r.. ,pc., 4 c., STRKk ~ CGUDLRM CRT, PA. ' superfine, bbl., - $7 50 extra. 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It wi}l " than half lUe power, and make f •' "our #n ,t than aay other mi!!. It ' 1 r durable aud the cheapest mill in ' ' ""-Arkst 1 from SIOO to SI7Q. - I.N'O STATKKIAJUR LKC.IKKS ALL SiZkS, SrtLNGLIC MACUINLb, kc.! J. M LMLKiJON A Co., ''••Lenin Improved Machinery, . * V ®- Broad WIT, New York. s *c far Circulars. li fc SLINS and a few other ar ; I a, ** !Q hae of Staple Ilrv Goods ! ;| T Z. K. .V'KNCtSRS, - ICaurc?. SEND FORIT. " r The most superbly illustrated Magmine ever published in America, is the December num ber of the COSMOPOLITAN AUT JOURNAL, con taining over tixty splendid fingrmcing*. and giv ing full particulars ®f the benefit? sf the Cos \ mopoliian Art Association, two dollars a year-. 1 single copiee tj/y cents. Specimen copies will be sent all persons who wish to subscribe on roceipt of five postage stamjis, (15 ceuts.) B Address C. L. DERBY, Actuary C A. A., 54'.' Broadway, Ntw Xorh. Bibles anil Testament*. A supply of good BIBLES and TESTA x MKNIS. soitable fur the Common Schools, and v K itv CHEAP, may be liad by calling at the Bookstore of .M. \\. MAW, or on the sub scriber, C. M. BLAKE, Agt. of Peuu'a Bible Society. Cornier■.-•port. No. 2-:, lSfiT. &~i?" Tiiose unable to purchase will be fur nished gratuitously. [10:22.] >i 7—— THE Y\ INTER TERM of Cornier?port Academy, will coiutuence on Tuesday the loth of December next, to continue . thirteen weeks. (Jniiu of all kinds will be received on tuition, at the market j , , 7 prices, it promptly delivered; therefore r the tightuess of money need prevent no • one from obtaining an Kdneation. i J. IfLNDItICK, Principal Jdflu jDbrrti.sfmfnis. SHERIFF'S SALES. BY VIRTUE of Sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas and Fori Facias issued out of , the Court of Common Pleas of Potter Co., Pa., aud to me directed, I shall expose to public s sale or outcry, at the Court House in the Bo:- of Coudersport, on Monday the 21st day ;of December, I*&7, at 10 o'clock. A. if, the following d -scribed real estate, to .Til; Certain real ostate situate in Sharon Town ship, Potter Co., Pa., Bounded on the north. 1 east and south by Mann k Nichols, and west by lauds of Jonathan Old j k Jonathan Uids. Jr., containing fifty acres, of which there is - five acres improved, beiug part of Warrant No. 58!5. Seized, taken in execution, nnd to be sold > a? the property of Georga W. Wood. 1 j ALSO—Certain real estate, viz: one third . of 9i+ acres an ! one half acre on Warrant No. 4G49, situate in Wharton Township or Syl vania Township, Pot tar Co., Pa., Hounded ' north by Warrant No. 41.93, east by Warrant . No . 4052 nnd lands of F. It. Backus, and snuth by Warrant No. 4752 !<nd laud of K. i'.. ISack ' us. aud wtfit by Warrant No !! ICo—all uniin -1 proved. Seized, taken in execution, and to ba sold ' as the property of Thomas Wands ALSO—Certain real estate situate in ITec ■ tor Township, Potter Co.. Pa., Bounded on the north by lands of li. Loucks, on the east by lands of 11. C Leach, south and west by lands of llunsicker and Oarlock, containing fifty acres, of which about four acres are itn -1 proved, with one frame dwelling house there on. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Matthew Young. ALSO-—Certain real estate situcte in Ulys , ies Township, Putter Co. Fa.. Bounded on the north by land* of Timothy Galutia, east by lands occupied by Linus Kvans, south by ——- Grovcr, and west hv Thomas Hamilton, containing thirty acres, on which is one frame Lome ana three acres improved. Seized, taken in execution, and to .be sold as the property of George B. Baker. 1 ALSO—Certain real estate situate iu Whar ton Township. Potter Co., Pn.. Bounded on the north by the lands pf FL Vf. May, John Mabon and S. Ross, and by the Sinnemahon • ing Creek, on the east by Sinnemaliouing Creek and mill race, south by lands of John klahon. Jr., and Sinnemuhoning Creek, and west by land* of 11. W. May, containing about 70 acres, of which twenty acres are improved, with two frame dwelling houses, one frame Niore House, two frame barns, one board shan ty, and with some fruit trees thereon—ALSO —One other tract, situate in Wharton Town ship. Potter Co., Pa., Bounded north by lands of John Bearfleld. east by Lewis, south by lauds of Lewis, and on the west fay lands of William A. Simpson, containing 50 acres, being part of Warrant No. 4G2t—ALSO One other tract of land situate in the Tovrn , ship and County aforesaid, Bounded north bv Lewis, east by lands of John Keating i Co., south by Sands of James Ayres, A west by lauds of John Beariieid and Lewis, containing cue hundred acres. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of R. W. Mclntyre. ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Os wayo township, Potter Co.. Pa., bounded on the north bv John Wells, on the east bv Thomas Kenron. south nnd west by S. I'. iy man, con taining ten acres, of which four acres are im proved, with a frame house, frame barn, and some fruit trees thereon. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of S. li. Miner. ALSO—Certain real estate sitnate in TTlys ies Township. Potter ' 0.. Pa., Bounded on the north by lands of W. Morley. ess: by lands of W, Morley, south by unseated lands of Fox k Ross, and west by lands of Amos Raymond and the David Bunnell lot. containing one hundred and eleverf acres of land, on which is twenty five acres improved, with one frame house, one frame barn, and sonic fruit trees i thereon h'eiied, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Hiram 11. Guernsey. ALSO —Certain real estate situate in Alle gany Township. Potter Co. Pa., Bounded on the north by lots N'os. 54 k 55, east by unseated lands of the Fox estate, on the south by lot No. GT and Bingham lauds, on the west by lots Xos. 54, 63 and 65, containing two hun dred and seventy four acres and eight tenths of an acre, being lot No. 58 of thealloment of the Bingham lands in Allegany Township, of which eighty acres are improved, and ten chopped, on which is one frame house, one frame barn, on® log house, aud some fruit ' trees. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold iv- tus property of W. T. Joues. ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Iloctor Township, Potter Co.. Pa., Bounded on the uorth by unseated lands, eaat by lands of Thomas Lamvng. south by lauds of Melvin Martin, and west by lands of the Bingham Es- j tate. containing one hundred and teu acres, of, which about fifteen acres are improved, w;th one frame house, aud some fruit tree# tht-reon. --.ALSO—Another lot situate in said Town ship. Bounded on the north by the highway ! called the Geucsee Fork raod, and east by Francia Strang, south by A. P. Cone, and west by D. Sunderlin, containing one half of an ; acre of ground. i Seiied, taken in execution, and to be sold ; M the property of Heary Frray. ALSO—Certain real estate situate ia Bing c ham Township, Potter Co.. Pa., Bounded on -the north by lands of Jok u Phillips aud L r tate of Fox A Ross, east by ltinds of Amvs | Lewis and Evans, south by unseated " lands of fox A Ro3, and west by lands of - Fox k Ross, containing one hundred and sixtv . nine acres, about eighty nine acres of which _ | are improved, with two frame houses, one log I house, four fratne barns, one over shot Saw : Mill, and scnae fruit trees thereon. 1J LGzeJ. taken iu execution, and to be sold IJ at the property of Harrison Rosa iJ. IJ. White. ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Alle gany Township. Potter Co., Pa., Roui led as follows: Beginuing at a post in the north hue of lot No. 497. thence north one hundred rods to a post, tlitnce east partly along the south line of lot No. 496 one hundred and - seventeen rods and six tenths of a rod to a • post in the west line of lot deeded to the Pccts, 1 thence by said line >,outh one hundred rods to a post the south west corner of the Peet lot, thence west one hundred and seventeen rod* and six tenths of a rod to the place of begin ning, containing sixty nine acres and one " tenth of an acre. Seized, taken in execution.' and to bo sold as the property of Win. P. Cool. ALSO— Ft. Fa.- Certain real estate situate in ' Hector Township, Potter Co., Pa., Bounded - OH the north by the highwav called the Gene -1 nee hork road, east by lands of Francis Strang, aouth by lands ot 0. P. Cone, and wrst by B Daniel oumteriio, containing one half of an a-re of ground improved. ) .Seized, taken in execution, aud to be sold as the property of Henry Ervay. AT,St 1— Ft Fa.— Certain real estate situate in 5 Eulalia Township. Potter Co.. Pa.. Beginning nt a post at the south east corner of patent No. 2124 in district No. 2. and being part ot said patert, thence north eighty perches to a post corner, tlieuce west one hundred and six perches to a post corner, thence south eighty ,• perches to a post corner, thence east o;ic liun f dred and six pevche* to the place of beginning, containing fifty acres more or Dss, of which . twenty five acres are improved, on which is . erected one frame barn.—ALSO—Another , tract of land situate in Eulalia Township. Pot r, ter Co.. Pn.. Beginning t a stake at thv north west corner of lauds now owned and occupied by Wm. Ayres. thence running north by'ands of J icob Vannattcr ten rods, thence east sixty rods to the public highway, thence I along tiiC said highway eleven niK thenct we*t by land? Ol" William Ayres sixty four rod* to the place of beginning, containing eight 41 acres more or less, being t!i same land con j veyed by Peter Knickerbocker to Lester liar graves by deed bearing date Oct. 17, 1924, on which is six acres improved land, log house, ' and other out buildings. 1 Seized, taken in execution, and to bo sold j as the property of Linus Walker. A. C. TAGGART, Sheriff. Coudersport, Nov. 25, 1857. 1 : , imm,LIA\T PROSPECTI'S! EO Lit Til YEAR OF THFI 1 Cosmopolitan Art Association, THE FA.MOL S DUSSELDORF GALLERY OF PAINTINGS ! t ; PURCHASED AT A COST OF^19u,000! t J ANOPOWEKS' WORLD RIC.VOWMED STATUTE OK THK ; GREEK SLAVE!! Re-purchased for j.r thousand dollars, with several hundred other works of Art. ia Paint j ing. Sculpture and Bronzes, comprise the Pre miums to be awrrclcd to the subscribers of the COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION, 5 who will subscribe before ;iie 28th of January, , 1858, at which time the awards will take place, r TERMS UF SUBSCRIPTION. Every subscriber of/Arcr dollars is entitled to e , A copy of the large and splendid Steel Kn gi'.ving, entitled " MAM VERT PusxinY. also te 1 , A copy of the COSMOPOLITAN AUT JOURNAL ouo year, also to -; A Certificate in the Award of Premiums, also 1 A free admission in the Dusseidori and Cos mopolitan Galleries. Thus it is seen that for every three dollars ; paid, the subscriber uot only receives a | SPLENDID THREE DOLLAR ENGRAVIFG ! t but, also, the beautifully illustrated Two Ikoliar til Journal, One lear. Each subscriber is also presented with a ) Certificate iu ihe Aw->rds of Premiums, bv ■ which a valuable work of Art, in Painting or i Sculpture, may be received in addition, thus i giving to every subscriber an equivalent to the value ofjitre dollars, and a Certificate gratis. 1 Any one of the leading .S3 Magazines is fur l aished. instead of Engraving and Art Journal. ■ if desiled. i No person is restricted to a single *hare. i Those taking rive memberships, remitting sls. t are entitled to an extra Engraving, and six , tickets. 1 I nil particulars of the Association are given I in the Art Journal, which contains over sixty splendid Engravings, price fifty cents per nuat . her. Specimen copies will be sent to all per . sans who desire to subscribe, ou receipt of five . postage stumps, (15 cents.) Address . L, DERBY. Actuary C. A. A., 1 548 Broadway, .Sew York. Administrators Sale, SN PI RSUANCK of an order of the Or . phans' Court of the County of Potter. I 1 shall expose to sale, at the Court House iu the Borough of Coudersport. Pa., on SATURDAY, the 19TH DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. 1857. at one o clock, P. M.. the following described reai estate, situate in tiwedeu Township. Pot ter County, Pa. : Bouuded <>n the North by lots of C. L. Car : saw. Jacob Horriiigton aud John R. Miller : on tiie East by lauds of George Fox and 8. Ross, and by Bingham Land* ; on the South by Bingham Lands, and on the West by Bing ham Lands and lot of C. L. Car.saw : contain ing 3uu more or less, with the usual allowance of six pur cent, for roads kc.; beiug Lots Nos. 10 aud 11 of the allotment of lands of S. Roes in Sweden township, and part? of Warrants Nos. 1309 and 2117 ; about 50 acres of which is improved, and 011 which has been erected one frame hou-e and barn ; also, tome fruit trees growing thereon. JOEL lIEM 'RICK, Administrator of the Estate of Win. Lyon, deceased. Coudersport. Nov. 25, 1857. |jQSSTRAYED^ i ROM the premises of the subscriber, one JL mile north of Colesburg, in Allegany twp. Potter county. Pa., in May iast, FOUR YEAR LING CA'i J LK, descnXti as follows : A bright rod Steer, good size, no particular , marks remembered now. Also, a Heifer of : same description. A red and white spotted Steer, good size, ono or both ear* frozen, white hind feet, and ! white spot in forehead. A Fight red Steer, under size, cue or both ■ cars frozen, aud short tail. Any person bringing the cattle to me. or ; informing me whore I can obtain them, will 1 be suitably rewarded. W.M. PEfJT. I Altwgeny, Oek JC, ]WT.— AUDITOR'S NOTICE. n is hereby given that the Auditor " A v appointed by the Court to make distri s bution of the proceeds of the sale of real es ' tate i: the case of Polly Lord versus James C. Curtis, of Mar Term, 1855, No. 8, will attend Y to the duties of his appointment on FRIDAY. " the 18th day of December next, at two o'clock e P. M., at the Office of the I'rothouotary. * i H. J. OLMSTED, Auditor. Coudersport. Nov. 20, 1857.—10:22. AUDITOR'S NOTICE, - "VJ"OTICE is hereby given that the Auditor fit appointed by the Court to make distri li bution of the proceeds of the sole of rrnl es i tate in the case of James Gillinghum, for use e of N. J. Mills, versus Crosby \Y. Ellis, of May J Term. 1854, No. 32, will attend to the duties a of his appointment, at the Office of he Pro , thonotary, on MONDAY December 0 21st next, at seven o clot k. 11. J. OLMSTED. Auditor, s Coudersport, Nov. 20, 1857.—10:22. l\ XOTICK7 William V. Keaiiug, j NO. 123, d Adolphus E. liurie , Sept. Term, lsi7, in and ] the Common Pleas t , | James M. Wilcox, j of Potter County, j versus j Action of Eject- Leonard MeKee. ; meat lor the follow ing described lots of laud in said county, the v lirst eoutaiuirg two hundred and fifty-seven u acres,siiuate i.i Eula'iu l'uwu-hip aa<l bound ed as follow.-. : Beginning at the south-wesl j corner >d' she Tuttle lot. tiieuev N. by west lir.t of said lot 128 rods north line ol Warrant No. 2129, tltencc vest by said Hue 82.8 rods 11 to N. J. Mills' east line, thence south 13 de " grees west by Mills line 31 rods to i enter of Vroad. thence south 40.5 rods, theuce west by 1 Mills' south line 40 rods to a corner, theuce * ' south ITy rods, theuce cast 185 rods to a post s in the west line of Alraeroti Nelson's lot. 1 j theuce north 43 rods, thence east 50 rods to ~ ; warrant line, thence north 89.5 rods to Tut j* tie's south line, thence west by -aid line 92 1 rods to the place of beginning ; being oart of 5 Warrant No. 2129. 1 j The other lot. containing one hundred and thirty-six acres, is bounded as follows : IJe ginning at a post in the east Hue of the ikfeat . iug Lands, being the north-east coruer of a 1 lot surveyed to L>. B. Martin, theuce north 200 e rod-,, thence west U'9 rod.-, thence south 200 rods, thence cast 109 rods to tin- place of be -1 ginning; being part of Warrant No. 2118. in * Sweden towuship, Potter county, l'a. 1 At.d now, to wit. September 22d, 1857, on motion of John S. Maun. Esq.. attorney for Plaintiff's. the Court grant ruli on Defendant to appear and plead by third day cf ucxt ■ Term or judgment hv default, and order the j ! publication of the rule according to the Act of Assembly, iu such cases made and provided. By the Court, il. J. OLMSTED, I'rothouotary. • Potter Count;/, ss : Certified from the Record this 19th day of October, A. P. 1857. n S 1 Witness my hand and seal of office. ; L " '-'at Coudersport. the same day and year. ' Dnls- dt. H. J. OLMSTED. Ptreth'y. THE WASHINGTON REPUBLIC. I The terms upon which Tite Republic is fur nished to subscribers, are given below. K As an additional inducement to agents, a .copy of "THE i'fcuGßErih UF SLAVERY h IN THE UNITED STATES," a duodecimo - volume of 312 pages, bound iu muslin, will be - sent, free of postage, to any person furnishing e ten ytarl;/ subscribers, whether to the Weekly, i Semi-Wieekly. or partly of both. ' It will not be required that the names of a blub should be all sent at one time: and the '■ papers forwarded to different post-offices, it ; leaired. o The notes of specie-paying banks will not .i be required. The notes of solvent banks will 0 be received, which arc current where mailed; 1 but Eastern bank notes are preferred. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. °| WEEKLY. i Single copy, one year . . $2 00 t ' Three copies, one year . 5 00 Ten conic#, one year . . 15 00 Twenty copies, one year . 25 00 ' Single copy, six months . . 1 00 j Ten copies, six months . 8 00 ■ | Twenty copies. sxmonth3 . 12 50 SEMI-WEEKLY. ;4 Single copyf one year . . $3 00 * Two copies, or.e year . . 5 UO r Five copies one year . . 10 00 s One copy, six months . . 1 50 0 : Two copies, six months . . 250 i. Five copies, six months . . 5 00 - : In ail the above cases, where more than one copy is taken, the paper will be mailed sepa rately to each subscriber. Persons volunteering to act as agents, will >., have the benefit of the reduction of price, ac v: cording to the above schedule. For any num i bcr of copies more than two not embraced in 1 tile above schedule, wh person may retain fifty cents on each yearly subscriber to the - Weekly or Semi-Weekly, and twenty-five - cents for e:.c~n subscriber for six months. i 1 Thus, any person sending $8.50 will have : four copies of the Weekly sent for one year } t such address as h" in By direct. This will 'be $5 fur three copies, aud £1.50 for the | fourth copy. Payment always in advance. Money may he forw.trdtd by mall, if the . letter containing it be registered, at my risk I Notes ou Eastern banks preferred. Large i amounts will be more safely remitted iu , drafts. Direct to GEORGE M. WESTON, < Washington. D. C. 1 YATES COUNTY NURSERY. " OLIN k CO.. of the Yates County '' V? • Nurseries, have for sale a large and * valuable assortment of FRUIT TREES of all varieties usually cultivated. These " Trees are young aud of vigorous growth. The ' qualities arc the most choice known, and are | ' warranted GEKUIKB. Also, a fine stock of 1 ORNAMENTAL TREES and SHIUBRSRY, 1 for fall delivery. j r orders to C. BEACH. Pen Van, Yates Co.. N. Y. Orders left with ROB'T. W.! 1 MLES, Coudersport, Pa., will be promptly; filled. 10:2-8no. CO U jNTYORI H-:US TAKEN AT FACE, | In Exchange lor Goods, SCHOOMAKER & JACKSON'S. ! COUDERSPORT, NOV. 4TH. 1857. Wivorce .Yotice. Daniel Dodge. j No. 130 Feb. Term. 1857. *'*■ Y MBBL IK DIVORCE. Adelia E. Dodge, j A Subprrna and a lias ' Subpoena having been issued in this case, and ! ,returned nihil, the said Adelia E. Dodge! the respondent is hereby notified and required to! be and appear in our Court of Common Pleas ' !at the next Term of said Court, at Couders ( port, in the county of Potter, to answer the | complaint of Libei'lant. A. C. TAGGART. Sheriff. ! . sw. 3*22- 4*. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. COXUMPTI ON AND ALL DISEASES OF THE tUN'GS AND THROAT ARE POSITIVELY ■j CIRABLE BY I\IIALATIOY, Y V t HICH conveys the remedies to the cavi- V Y ties in the lungs through the air passa ges. and coming in direct contact with the disease, neutralizes the tubercular matter, al lays the cough, causes a free and easy expec i toration. heals the lungs, purities the blood, t imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system, giving that tout and energy so indispensable ■ for the restoration of health. To he able to state confidently that Consumption is curable by inhalation, is to me a source of uuullovcd j pleasure. It is as much under the control of j medical treatment as any other formidable I disease ; ninety out of every hundred cases jcati be cured in the first stages, and fifty per ! cent, iu the second : but in the third stage it ; is impossible to save more than five per cent., i for the Lungs are so cut up by the disease as to bid detiaace to medical skill. Even, how ever, in the last stages. Inhalation affords ex- I Iraordiuarv relief to the sutleriug attending tbß fearful scourge, which annually destroys niuety-five thousand persons in tiie United States alone ; and a correct calculation shows i that of the present population of the earth, eighty inillious are destiued to fill the Con : sumptive's graves. j Truly the quiver of death has no arrow so fatal as Consumption. In ali ages it ha- been th'i great enemy of life, for it spares neither age nor. ex. but sweeps off alike the brave, th* beautiful, the graceful and the gifted. By the help of that Supreme Being from whom cometh every good and perfect gift, 1 am en uhblrd to offer to the afflicted a permanent aud speedy cure iu Consumption. The first | cause of tubercles is from impure blood, and i the immediate effect produced by their depo . i sition iu the lungs is to prevent the free ad mission of air into the air cells, which causes a weakened vitality through the entire svstem. ' Then nrely it is more rational to expect"great j er good from medicines entering the cavities of the lungs than from those administered through the stomach ; the patient will always ( tind the lungs free and the breathing easy, at'- ( ter Inhaling remedies. Thug, inhalation is a i local remedy, nevertheless it acts cou9titution (j ally, and with more power and certainty than remedies administered by the stomach. T.J t prove the powerful and direct influence of this .; thid mode of administration, chloroform inhaled will entirely destroy sensibility in a | few minutes, paralyzing the entire nervous _ • system, so that a limb may be amputated wi:h , out the slightest pain; Inhaling the orditiarv burning gas will destroy life in a few hours. The inhalation of ammonia will roast the ' system when fainting or apparently dead. The j odor of many of the medicines is pcr cptibU i in the skin a few minutes after being inhaled and may be immediately detected in the blood A convincing pruofof the constitutional effect; of inhalation, is lite fact that sickness is al ' ; ways produced by breathing foul air—ig no: this positive evidence that proper remedies , I carefully prepared and judiciously adminis tered through the lungs should produce tin •happiest results? During eighteen years ( practice, many thousands suffering from div - cases of the lungs and throat, have been tin } I ue: my care and 1 have effected many remark _ able cures, even after the sufferers had been ~ pronounced iu the last stages, which tub v sat isfies me that consumption is no longer a fatal disease. My treatment of consumption is L original, and founded on long experience and . a thorough investigatk u. My perfect acquain t tance with the nature of tubercles. &<■.. ran ! bles me to distinguish, readily, the various t forms ot disease that simulate consumption II aud apply the proper remedies, rarely being . 1 mistaken even in a single case. This famil ' j iaritv, in connection with certain pathological and microscopic discoveries, enables motore . lieve the lungs from the effects of contracted chests, to enlarge the chest, purity the blood ) impart to it renewed vitality, giving euergv j' aud tone to the entire system. ) j Medicines with full directions seat to any > part of the United States and Uauadas by pa ) j tientscommunicating their symptoms by letter. )■ But the cure would be more certain if the i patient should pay ine a visit, which would I give me an opportuaity to examine the lungs ( | and enable me to prescribe with much greater j certainty, and then the cure could be effected , without ray seeing the patient again. ' G, W. GRAHAM, M. 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Q I GOODS—A Large and Spleudid Aa . B'wtearrt jnii rrrtdrvd < 1 WUfPTtD^i F ItOM JOHN A. RIDDLE, At Mercbauts Hotel, North 4th St., Phil* da. TO THE MERCHANTS OF THE WEST AND NORTH WEST. I PHILADELPHIA MARKET being ©at'dy accessible, your attention is culled to it, _ as possessing facilities and advantages worthy of your oouskioration. Among its advantages may be enumerated ' its location, having shorter lines of commuui cation to the interior, its proximity to the Iron t : aud Anthracite Coal districts of Pennsylvania, , the large and varied extent o4" its manufae , tares, being far in advance of aay otheT city , in the United Slates, the moderate expenses necessary for carrying on business, etc.. etc. The market possesses unrivalled advanU . ges for the sale, of many kinds of produce, such as Flour, Wheat, Barley, Wool, Butter, Cheese, do., while the charges made upon sales and attendant expenses are more in odor. ! ate than ueigboring seaboard market*. WM. W. PAUL, Wholesale BOOT, SHOB and STRAW GOODS WAREHOUSE, N*. 62G Market St. WOLFF. .1- KIXG, Wholesale CLOTHING HOUSE, No. 430 Market and 425 Merchant Streets. \ TAYLOR, GILLESPIE $ CO.. Wholes*! GROCERS. N\>*. l L aud 13, South Water 1 C. FRF FLA XI). with (USE A CAH iiOI., Importers of WINES, BRANDIES, GIN."S, Vc.. No. 304 North 3d Street. P. MORRIS, d'EROT ! CO., Importers and Whok-Milo Dealers in DRUGS, CHEMICAUI ; ! PAINTS, OILS, GLASS. DYE STUFFS. ( i No. 621 Market, and fc'l2 St. Jumes Si*. ! K FYS TO XL' STATE SAPONIFIES, or . j CONCENTRATED LYE for making Soap. Manufactured by the I'enu. Salt Co., Tareu s i turn. Alleghany county. Penn. Represented . | by LEWIS, JAMES ,j- Co., Philadelphia. - IIA AS .j- TAYLOR\ Importers aad Cata 5 Jobbers. No. 3u5 Market Street, HOSIERY, i' GLOVES, SHIRTS and DRAWERS, GUM * [ BEL rs. SHIRT BOSOMS, WHITE GOOD*, EMBROIDERIES. LACES. SUSPENDER*, *. THREADS, COMBS. £■., .J-c. IH XX. RAWVEL A CO., Importers of 111 BRITISH GOODS aud Jobbers of FANCr " aud STAPLE SILK GOODS, EMLROIDM -15 i RIES. ,J-0.. No. 37 N. Third street. " • JAMES, KFXT. SAXTFF .j- CO., Impori * ers and Jobbers of FOREIGN and DOMEB * j TIC DRY GOODS. No. 233 and 241 North v | 3d Street, above Race. PL AUOX $ SMITH. OIL CLOTH MAXE e FACTURERS aud COMMISSION Mt££k- C i CHANTS. Warehouse Ne. 14G N.3d St. e MOORHEX/.LY J- CO., Importers aud I. Wholesale Dealers in HARWARE, CUTLB !■ UY and GUNS. 427 Market and 416 Com s merce streets. " SAM'L 11. HI BIG 11A US. Importer mid '' Wholesale Dealer in FOREIGN and DO -5 MESTIC HARDWARE. No. 258 North Hi street, below Vine. MILL, CROSS CUT, CIRCULAR and IIA XD IYS in any variety and style ed the celebrated IXL stamp, manufactured hy W .ALTER CRESSON, Depot No. 503 Com n ; merce . HAMMERS, HATCHETS <jc., in grsat ra ti j riety. manufactured by C. HAMMOND, Da -9 pot No. 503 Commerce Et. The attention 4 of the trade is called to these goods a* being j equal in quality and finish to any made, i- JAMF.S BARBER. Wholesale Dealer la s CLOCKS. Agent tor the PATENT EQUAL i. JZINU THIRTY DAY CLOCK, Manufastn e rer of GOLD PENS. S. E. corner of 84 - j aud Chestnut sts. A PRATT S- RE A Til, Importers of WATOH " ES, JEW ELRY and FANCY GOODS, Sf. J 1 W. corner sth aud Market fits ? j ITTHI 4\, JONES & CO., Importers and Jobbers in T British &l American Dry Good*, 215 Market, through to 204 Church ALley. v Mouths credit for approved Notes. [ 10:1 A—3ds_ COURT PROCLAMATION, HEREAS the Hon. Robert G. White, T ▼ President Judge, and the Hons. Joseph Mann and G. G. Colvin, Associate Judges of j the our ts of Oyer k Terminer and General Jail ; Delivery. Quarter Sessions of the Peace. Orph ! ans Court and Court ofCommon Pleas for the j County of Potter, have issued their precept, ! bearing date the fourth day of November, in * | the year of our Lord one thousand eight hur -0 dred and fifty-seven, and to me directed, for / lidding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and j Geueral Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the ~ Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court of Common ' Pleas, in the Borough of Coudersport, on MON "j DAY, the 21st day of December next, and to ] continue one week. 1 Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor i oners. Justices of the Peace aud Constables with in the county, that they be then and them \ in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day. with their rolls, records, inquisitions, examinations, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their offices appertain ) to be "done. And those who are bound by , their recognizances to prosecute against tho ; prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of said ', county of Potter, are to be then and there to prosecute against them as will be just. Dated at CornfßspoßT, November 4th, 1857, and the Fist year of the Independence of thn United Stales of America. | j A. C. TAGOART, Sheriff. TRIAL LIST, DECEMBER TERM. 185 T. !; (C. W. Sllit : Pnttsr Couity, *. and ! ( Jas, W. Smith. Bingham Estate, 44 Jacob B. Redsnn. ' Russell i Uaskin, 44 Asa Stevens, , al. Munswn A Merriman, 44 Bunnel & Clark, i M. Maueson, 44 Phineas Goodwin. 'C. Ayleaworth, 44 N. P. Miuard. Pike Township, 44 D. J. Chappell. , W barton Schoi>l Dist. 44 Julius Johnson, j Isaac Uearce, for use 44 Frrnkliu Gale. Samuel Haven, 4 * A. M. Benton. f N. V. Jackson W. T. Jones, " < and ( F.li Rcea. A. W. Williams, 44 D. H. Dunbar. Ira Lamphere, 44 L. H. Kinney, Brown k Brothers, 44 S. P. Lyman. iJosiah Bump, 44 H. S. Carrier. E. kW. Elliott. 44 Benj. Barsc. ; i W. G. M'Clelland, use, 44 Alm'd Woodcock. Gilbert A Nichols, 44 N. L. Dike, Matthew Wilkinson, 44 Tample Wilkinson. George Fox kS. Ross, :i Asa B. Gibbs. ! Rosea Cushing, 44 0. Merrill, |E. M. Carpenter, 44 Richard Shay, jr. G. R. Vosburg, 44 M. J. Flynn." Sobieski Ross, 44 F.. W. M lntjra. H J. OLMSTED, Pro.h y. Proth©notary's Office, Nov. 3, 1157. M NK and §tAp e artifles to the Drag Rp fcr 1 sal* by <;• .) Ski