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Head the letter ou Chili, ou the lirst page. What is the difference between a maid en offcixteen and a maiden of sixty ? One is carchst and happy, and the other is hair/ess and cappy I fun. Theodore FetUntjhitysen, of N. J., recently married Miss Harriet of Owego, X. Y. Many of our readers have heard of the lady. Jhaic.—We are (Mouday) having our regular January thaw, much to the dis comfort of those who have large job- of lumbering to perform. The air is very warm, and a slight rain is falling, which, unless there is a very sudden change to cold, will make a large flood in the creeks and rivers having their sources in our mountains. £££"* Joseph Philips of Bingham, in this county, has brought from Canada a flock of South Down and Leicester sheep, which speaks well for his enterprise as a fanner, and will prove of great value to the North ern pw.-t oi the county. These sheep are very large, hardy, aud yield a heavy fleece of medium wool, the best quality lbr this section. Mr. Philips has a few blooded sheep lor sale, and we hope he will find a ready sale lor all that he will spare. This is a good preparation for an Agri cultural Fair. We have received So. 1 of a handsome ly printed little folio post sheet, printed *t Philadelphia every month by Chiches ter (!fc Co., and called the Printers Xetcs Letter. It is devoted entirely to the in struction and interests ol the craft, and ought to receive a hearty support front all who are interested in the Art of arts." Advertisers and business men generally i will find it an excellent medium tor in forming themselves in regard to the char acter of Newspaper*, of which it proposes to give a corrected list every mouth, as well is of changes in the editorial or pub lishers departmeuts of the same. Single c pies $1 per annum. A Man I nder a L KUJ of Sau-L</?. — Atnious Position and /v nrjular Knap?. —IIr. I>. ];I. Brown, ofthi, village,assisted .y Mr. J. Parker, of Homer, was engaged in unloading a load of woo 1 near his shop on Monday afternoon last, when thev teard a sudden crash against the fenc along the " dag-way" which enters the village from the North, and on looking up saw a team oi horses struggling with a t el-liad of saw-logs, which had slidden put y off the road and turned over the iiiud-end resting against the fence, which had broken down. In a moment more. they heard a man scream as if in "-re t pain; they started immediately for the S'etie ot the accident, alarming the neigh-! i rson the way, and on reaching the place 'hey fouad th e driver, a young man named Henry Moore, from near Glean, N. Y., *ho is hauling logs for Mr. B. S. Col-; > laying on the fence, with one end ' the smallest of the three logs laving; ■dross the calves of his legs, and a larger Jne resting immediately over liis back,! "t not quite touching it, it being firmly! ■t: I with the other three by the hind '; \ ' i * waa.ug chain. IXis position was one of! - r -'at pain and peril, but he was soon ex eicated, by Mr. Brown and others, hav- M received no more serious injury than! j - pretty severe squeezing of his legs. He ; '> taken to his boarding house, Mr. Nel- 1 I , ta Clark's, a couple of miles from the' hiUgc, where we learn that he is doing HI. The warm weather had thawed s *ay the road considerable, and the ul a' )S t constant passing of the lug-sleds had " m it oft so as to render its travel peril 'a - even to unloaded sleighs. IT will be well ft7 the people of this "•■ity to refuse the notes of the Tioga • ouuty Biyik, as most of our merchants •rokers will not receive them. — Mead- 1 ■Me Spirit of the Age. - above named bank is one of those; ::,rtcr cd last winter. We have not be • ' heard that its notes were disci edited, • cannot see why the Meadville shavers • r *ut take it. Peterson's Detector for ••'ry quotes it at 1 *5 per cent, discount ; • d.e Crawford County Bank is mark-! uUtui. Meadville sharpers should i their own money good before they | ,*■ the Bunks ot other communities.! ' we are not directly interested in j of the Tioga Bunk, as a neigh-' * -el under obligations to say that T e ' ao X country bank in the State, ; _ - '-wot them being circulated—and] J r knowledge of those who have its 1 C ' r an<^s ' we think there is' Cttr reat wPu UPF i° Se that hs Dotes will be -de those of any country bank Mrto pbrilisnimiti STATEMENT | OF THE FUNDS OF POTTER COUNTY O THK Ist DAY OF JANUARY, A. I), lisß. I)R. Amount of commissioners' orders outstanding, §4.809 4 Amount of Bonds payable to Wna. Bell, due in 1854*, 1,000 0 Amount of Bonds payable to J. F. Cowan, due in 1854, 936 1 Amount of Bond ; pay'ble to E. Rees, due In 1854. 500 (I Am't of Bonds payable to Win. Bi 11, due in 1855, 1000 0 Am't of Bonds payable to J. F. Cow an, due in 1855, lOuOO Am't of Bond- pay'ble.toll. I!. Dent, due in 1857. 1000 0 Am't ot Bonds payable to <Win.,Bell, due in ISSG, 1000 C Am't of Bonds payable to J. i\ Cow an. due in 1856, 1000 0 Am't of Bonds payable to TVm R - i, due in 1857, .1003 0 Am't of Bunds payable to Win. Y. Keating, due in 1857, HOC 0 Interest due on me above bonds, 1490 0 Total, §13.f125 6i Cr Am't of outstand'g taxes on unseat- > ed lands for the year 1857, S-,833 9; Am't of outstaud'g taxes on unseat ed lands for the year 1836, 2,799 1 Am't of taxes outstanding on seated lands.returned as unseated, 191 Gi ■ Ain't of balances due from collectors for 1857, 1,255 0< Do do do do for 1856, 242 31 Do do do do for 1855, 5 4 Do do d° do for 1854, 143 It Do do do do for 1853, 54 " • Do do d* do for 1852, 174 4". Do do do do for 1850, 9 3E Do do do do for 1849, 34 3i Do do do do for 1848. 69 33 Do do do do for 1847, 77 58 Do do do do for 1845, 66 07 Do do do do for 1842, 24 45 Liabilities over Assets, 7,944 08 $13.025 00 WE, the Commissioners of Potter - County, do certify that the foregoing • Statement of the Punds of said county e is correct and true, as appears from the i books Ate. in this office. Commissioners' ; Office, Coudersport, .Jan. 0, A. D. ISOB. PULCK WHIPPLE, ) >* S. S. BASCO. ' =- s : , I J AT TST : L. ft. COLE, Clerk. NOTS. —By comparing this with last year's report, it would appear that the indebtedness !ol the county was reduced, daring the last year, to the amount of 1,300 Dollar.-; when .it !;••• rs by the statement of receipts and ex penditures, that the expenditures exceeded the receipts. Tilts discrepancy is accounted ior by tne f ict that after the last year's reports were made liarrv Ellis, iate Treasurer, paid over $2,31:> 64, on his account, which Orders were cancelled and coecked on our Books. L. B. COLS, County Cier!:. STATEMENT ! kF TUB itSCSli'Tri jr EXPEN DITCHES U ot Potter County, for the year ending ' Dec. hi, A. L>. Ifo7 :' RECEIPTS. Amount received lor taxes on un seated lauds for the ytars 1556 " $1,145 23 ■ Ani't ree'd for taxes on seated lands returned as unseated, 3 41 : Ain't ree'd for taxes on seated lands and personal property lor the year ls">7. and previous years, 4,531 9! . Am't rei'd from judgments, 714 44 •' •' for village lots, 37 78 i " " on lan Is said by eom'rs, 3o 00 i " " for redemption money, 451 , " li from tiucs, * 38 35 •! " " ou notes, 32 50 I Am't ree'd for balance due from for mer commissioner, 3 06 i Am't of excess of expenditures over receipts, 187 19 $8,728 33, EXPENDITURES. ■ Paid couutv commissioners forjjser vices for's6, " $64 86 Paid county commissioners for ser vices for '57, 300 35 Paid to assessors, 047 pp j Paid to prothonotarv, 203 95 Paid to county auditors, 73 00 Paid for auditing prothonotary's and recorder's accounts, * 500 i Paid for incidental expenses, 2 5o Paid to grand jurors, 429 07 • Paid to traverse jurors, 739 37 Paid for qualification lee?, 30 06 ; Paid for sheriffs fees, 43 00 Paid for road viewers, 619 13 I Paid for commonwealth costs, C 44 36 Paid for prison expenses, 43 00 ; Paid for conaty bridges, 171 83 ! Paid for court house expenses, 37 25 Paid for books and stationery, 105 35 Paid for election expenses, 1,095 39 Paid for public printing & blanks, 304 20 Paid for fuel. 11148 : Paid for wolf bounty, 125 00 Paid for wild cat bounty, 12 00 . Paid for constables fc s aid returns, 128 65 i Paid for boarding prisoners, 195 18 Paid to tipstaves, 93 00 1 Paid for clerk hire, 300 09 : Paid to clerk for extra services, 18 00 • Paid for justices returns, 8 90 j Paid to court crier, 48 00 j Paid for viewing bridges in 1856, 42 12 Paid ror register'g births and marriages, 350 Paid l'or taxes and costs for lands bought in by commissioners, 12C 64 Paid sheriff Stebbius, a per audit ors'report, 26 75; Paid for damages for roads, 10 00 I Paid of money refunded, J1 50 j , Paid on coroner's inquests, 48 80 ] . Paid for tending town clock, 28 57 i Paid for balances due for wood for the year 1806, 10 4 62 $6,738 33 j WE, the Commissioners of Potter ! County do certify that the foregoing : exhibits a true statement of the Receipts aDd Expenditures of said County fur the year ending Dec., 31, A. D. 1857", as taken from the originals of the same re maining in our office. Witness our hands at the Corn's Office Coudersport, this oth day of January, A. P., 1858. * Dl ICK WHIPPLE, ] n , ,0 8.8. RASCO. ' J Coirs. ! Attest: ? L. B. COLE, Cleft. 1"' REPORT 10 | OF THE AUDITORS OF POTTER COUNTY, ' : FOR THE YEAR ENDING I>E toj CEMBER 31, 1857. f WILLIAM 11. IIYDORN, ESQ., Treas urer of Potter County, in account with 0. said county from January 1, 1857, to Deeeii-'ber 31, 1857, both inclusive. 0 1 ~ o i t>r .. To amount of unseated Taxes for 0 1857 uncollected §3701 44 r To amount of Duplicates of Collect ors for 1857 3920 Go To amount duefrom collectors for 58 1896 99 ~ To amount unseated Taxo.' f (, r 1856 3375 87 To amount received of 11. K'lis hue j Treasurer 831 61 To amount additional Tuxes and | Receipts on old account 106 21 To amount received for village lots g ami lands 67 78 J Notes and judgments 156 59 , ~ : .Seated Tax returned as unseated 175 17 , Due from Delinquent collectors .for j 1855 and previous years 2232 24 Balance due the Treasurer 20 80 §16.275 35 CR. 2 By amount of County orders paid and canceled " §6552 66; j j By amount of Commission on $5651 04 at 5 percent. 282 55 5 i By amount of unseated Tax remain ing uncollected 5633 04 ' •Ty amount due from Collectors for j 857 and previous years 2347 4S 1 Bv amount abatt ir'cnts allowed to Collectors aud old taxes, worth less aud not collectable 1157 91 • By amount Taxes p. id former Treas urer 155 83 | By amount Commission avowed Col lectors 145 88 j J? 1 f,27& *j ** ; —- WE, the undersigned. Auditors of Bet tor County, DO CERTIFY, that we have ex- ? amincd the accounts and vouchers of W. ■ , 11. lljdorn, Treasurer of Potter County, tor the year 185 i, and that we find them as above stated. 1 Witness our hand* at Coudcrsport, this t ninth day of January, 185 S. W. B. GRAVES, ) r 11. F. SIZE It, ' Couut - v i JOHN C. BISHOP \ AUDLTORA ' WILLIAM 11. H V DORN. ESQ., Treas urer of Potter County, in account with the several townships in said county, for unseated, road, town, and poor taxes, for IS5< and previous years. A hhott. Dr To amount of road tax for 1856 338 26 <Jo do 1857 108 76 Or. By am't uncollected 363 24 do paid the township 75 00 do per centage ca 383 78 4 is Balunct due the township 4 60 447 02 447 02 AUegany. Dr. To ann't of roa 1 tax for's6 85 61 do tlo 1857 84 fc t Cr. By am't uncollected 86 24 do paid township 46 00 do percent, on SB3 01 4 15 do due township 32 86 169 25 169 25 Bingham. Dr. To am't of road tax for '56 60 21 do do 1857 CO 21 do do 1t.55 937 Cr, By am't uncollected 129 79 129 79 129 79 Con der.sport. Dr. To nm't of road -ax for '56 330 Cr. By amount uncollected 3 30 I'JuloHa. Dr. To am't of road tax for '56 280 13 Cr. By amount uncollected 280 13 Genessee. Dr. To am't of road tax for '56 103 12 do poor tax for '56 52 61 do road tax for '57 99 07 Cr. By amount uncollected 256 F0 256 80 256 80 ITa 7 •ri.son. Dr. To am't of road tax for 56 41 35 do do 1857 42 47 Cr. By amount uncollected 84 02 84 02 84 02 Hebron. I)r. To am't of road tax for '56 124 66 do poor tax for 'SO 30 46 do road tax for '57 124 66 Cr. By amount uncollected 279 78 279 78 279 78 ITrr tor. , Dr. To am't of road tax for '56 106 09 do do 1857 99 14 Cr. By amount uncollected 205 23 205 23 205 23 Homer. Dr. To am't of road tax for '56 424 do cash for 185G 184 67 do cash for 1857 108 63 do overpaid township 202 j Cr. By amount uncollected 6 36 do amount paid township 278 64 i do Treasurer's percentage 14 56 299 56 299 56 Jachson. Dr. To am't of road tax for's6 119 32 do do 1857 118 92 do court J 557 118 S2 Cr. By amount uncollected 357 16 357 16 357 IS Osteciyo. Dr. To am't of road tax for '56 72 78 do do 1837 211 18 Cr. Bv amount uncollected 28?, 96 ! " 283 96 283 96 Pike. Dr. To am't of road tax for'sG 110 57 do do 1357 11.3 20 do by cash for 1857 56 60 Cr. By ain't uncollected 279 37 279 37 279 37 Portage. Dr. To fm't of road tax for '56 315 16 do do 1857 392 22 : Cr. By am't uncollected 575 33 do paid township 125 00 By commission on 131 95 6 59 Due the Township 46 •07 38 707 36 Rovlrt. Dr. To am't of road tax for '56 16 11 do do 1855 17 89 Cr. By amount uncollected 34 30 34 30 34 30 Sharon. Dr. To am't of road tax for 'SB 22 55 do twp. tax for 1856 59 46 Cr. By am't uncollected 82 01 82 01 62 01 Sweden. Dr. To am't of road tax for '56 91 19 do do '57 86 53 do court tax for '57 66 53 Cr. By am't uncollected 255 05 do paid townsnip 5 00 do commission on 9 20 46 do due township 3 7-t 264 25 264 25 * Sj/Ivam'o. Dr. To a-n't of "oad tax for's7 121 63 Cr. Bvam t uncoi'ectcd G7 34 do per renege on 54 29 2 71 do paid the township 43 00 .do due the township &58 121 63 121 63 Stewards, n. Dr. To am't of road tax for 'SB 292 68 do court tax for 1856 2<. 4 63 do road tax for 1657 254 '8 do court tax for 1857 294 19 i Cr. By amount uncollected 1140 25 do percentage on 25 60 i 28 do am't due township 24 3*. 1165 89 1165 85 Summit. ! Dr. To am't of road tax for '56 1?1 44 do Keating tax for's6 38 19 do do '57 159 13 Cr. By am't uncollected 279 07 do commission ou 39 69 1 93 do paid the township 39 04 do overpaid the township 133 320 03 320 09 Ulysses. Dr. To ah. t <3f road tax for '56 82 10 do do ltsi in 32 Cr. By am't uncollected 140 02 HO 02 140 02 If est h.'dv rh. Mr. To am't of road tax for 56 35 do do 185 V 1 *#9 l 3 do court tax for 1857 ± 79 33 Cr. By am't uncollected 538 ul 53S 01 Wharton. I)r. To am't of road tax for's6 291 43 do do 1857 2<J7 55 do court tax for 1E57 2u7 05 ; Cr. By am't uncollected 707 33 707 33 707 33 V E, the subscribers, Auditors of Pot ter County, DO CERTIFY", that Inning ex amined the accounts and vouchers of A\. 11. ill DORX, Esq., Treasurer of ! said county, with the several townships in said cuuuty we iind theiu as above i stated. \\ ttness cur hands this ninth day of Jan uary, A. P. ISSS. W. li. GRAVES,-) . , H. F. SIZKIS, ' Auditor* of J. C. BISHOP. ) loaertd - W 31. 11. II \ PORN, Treasurer of Potter County in account with the several' school Districts of said county, for un seated school taxes for the year 1857 and previous years. A hhott. Dr. To amount of tax for 1856 338 26 do do 1857 333 28 | do building tax for '57 338 28 | Cr. By am't uncollected 638 65 ' do paid district 47 67 ' do per rentage on 126 17 630 do due the district 72 20 I 1014 82 1014 82 ; Allrrjany. ' Dr. To am't of tax for 1855 111 23 do do 1856 33 52 do building tax for '57 103 31 do seated returnod us unseated 3 14 Cr. By am't uncollected 193 56 do per rentage ou 57 72 283 ' do Due the district 54 84 ' _____ 251 26 251 2d Bingham. Dr. To am't of tax lor 1856 15 07 do do " 1857 Co 22 do do 1855 7 18 Cr. By ain't uncollected 87 47 | 87 47 87 47 Clara. j Dr. To am't of tax for 1855 13 67 do CO 1856 9 83 Cr. By am't uncollected 23 50 ' | 23 50 23 50 Coudersport. Dr. To am't of tax for 1856 6 18 I Cr. By am't uncollected 6 18 618 6IS | Eulalia. Dr. To am't of tax for 1856 133 u5 Cr. By am't uncollected 133 05 133 05 133 05 Genesee. Dr. To am't of tax for 1957 128 69 1 Cr. By am't uncollcfed 128 69 128 63 128 69 ' Harrison. Dr. To am't of taxes for 1856 54 00 | Cr. By am't uncollected 25 89 By per cent, on 28 11 By am't due the distiict 26 7 1 54 00 54 00 Hebron. Dr. To am't of tax for 1855 115 29 do do 1856 162 27 Cr. Bv am't uncollected 277 r.Oj 277 56 277 56! Hector. ! Dr. To am't of tax for 1956 137 92 | Cr. Bv am't uncollected 137 92; 137 92 137 92 ll<>mer. | Dr. To am't of tax for 1856 2 12 do building tax '56 2 12 do tax for '57 2 12 do building tax '57 2 12 i Cr. Bv ain't uncollected o 48 ! * b4B 84c | Jackson. Dr. To aiu't of tax for 1856 154 63 Cr. By am't uncollected 154 68 , 154 63 154 Ge ' Osicnyo. Dr. To am't of tax for 1856 216 32 | Cr. By ain't uncollected 216 32 216 32 216 32 Pike. Dr. To am't of tax for 1856 110 57 : Cr. By am't uncollected 110 57 110 57 JlO 57 Portage. Dr. To am't of tax for 1857 79 S8 . Cr. By am't uncollected 79 88 79 83 73 83 Roulct. 1 Dr. To am't of tax for 1856 16 41 Cr. By am't uncollected 16 41 16 41 16 41 Sharon. Dr. To am't of tax fur 1b."6 10C 75 j Cr. Bv am't uncollected 106 75 li'G 75 106 75 1 Sweden. \ Dr. To am't of tax for 1856 117 52 • n t. ii " Building J bob 91 19 (j r _ am i uncollected 297 12 do oereetftago on 23.57 1 19 Due 320 99 320 99 S,\yardson. , Dr. To am't of tax for i'* o '-* 235 96 do do do 16!>, 294 19 ! Cr. By am't uncollected SSO 15 580 iJ lj Su m m if. Dr. To am't of tax for 1857 1 05 do Building do 1 35 Cr. By am't uncollected 3 90 3 90 3 90 1 I lysses. ' Dr. To am't of tax for 1856 96 42 do Building do 57 32 , ! Cr. By am't uncollected 153 7*4 1 ]SJ t 4 103 t H'es/ Brand:. ' Dr. To am't of tax for 1856 179 32 I do Building do 179 35 do Nr tax 1>57 179 33 fl> i bn'ldlng do 179 33 : Cr. By afu't un ,; l?hccted 717 33 * 717 33 717 33 Who don. I Dr. To nm't oftnxif>r 18<> s "91 43 do Building do I*s '7 do am't of tax for 1857 ~'<D no do Building aD do All other school t.i X. -6 145 •& r , j Cr. By am't uncollected " 996 oJ 99 s 36 i WE, the subscribers, Auditors o. Jit ter County, DO CERTIFY", that having ex amined the accounts and vouchers of L • 11. Ilydorn, Esq., Treasurer of said Coun ty, with the several School Districts of said County, we hud them as within stated. j Witness our hands at Coudersport, this: ninth day of January, lSdo. J. C. BISHOP, ) ,-j t ! W.B.GRAVES, ' ; r Ui L H. F. SIZER. ) AuJitois. TRIAL LIST. , EBBRUARY TERM, 1858. W. T. Jones, vs. Deloss Dwight, t ' Mun.son & Merrimau, " Bunnell .'7 Clark. Foster Reynolds, " Thos. Gilliland. j George H. Gates, " Jackson k Jones. Rees k Lvman, " / Grim B .°- vlen A j t Chapiu. j Potter Countr, i\\. T. Jones k Co., " Nathan Woodcock, Curtis, ErwlnA Brooks" S. P. Reynolds. ! K. M. Carpenter, " Richard e hay. jr. Sobieski Ross, " R. W. M'lntyre. Arch. ¥. Jones, " Alonzo Dwight. ' George Ayera, Clelford Haskin. j W. T Jones, for use ) .. „ of I'latt ft Piatt, j Harr >' ElllS - Alonzo Dwight, " L. Davis k Reynolds, j j Jonathan Glace. " Sylvan us Jones. H. J. OLMSTED, Prothonotary. | PROTHOXOTARV'S OFFICE, ) Coudersport, Jan. 11. 1858. / lAivorc© Notice. j Samuel M. Robiuson,") No. 134. June Term, i vs. V 1857. Betsey Robinson. J lirki, IN DIVORCE. A Subpoena and alias Subpoena having been I issued in this case, and returned nihil, the! said Betsey Robiuson, the respondent, ishere ! by notified and required to be and appear in 1 ; our Court of Common Pleas, at the next Term j I of said court at Couderport, in the county of! i Potter, to answer the complaint of Libeilaut. ! A. C. TAGGART, Sheriff. Coudersport. Jan. 8, 1853. Auditor's Notice. is hereby given that the Auditor 'T v appointed bv the Court to make distribu itiou of the proceeds of the sale of real estate. 1 ! in the case of Oakley Beach versus. Harrison ! i Rosa and J. 11. White, will attend to the du i ties of his appointment, at the office of the ! Prothouotary, on Saturday, the sixth day of j February next, at 2 o'clock P. M. 11. J. OTMSTED, Auditor. ! Coudersport, Jan. 11, 1658. THE GOLDEN PRIIE FOR Illustrated Th 3 Now York weekly GOLDEN PRIZE is one of the largest and best literary papers of the day. An Imperial Quarto containing J:IQHT PAOES. OR FORTY colCmns, of entertaining mat ter: and LLEOANTLY JLLPSTRATKD every week. A Gift worf h from 50 cents to SSOO CO in gold, will be pre sented to each subscriber imme diately on receipt of the sub scription money. TERMS: One Copy to." one year, $2 00, aad 1 gift. Oat* coOv for tv years, $3 50, and 2 gift*. One copy for three years, $5 00, and 3 gifts. One copy for five years. 00, and 5 gifts. AN'U TO OT-CAS Three Copies, one year, £5 00. and 3 gifts. Five copies, one vtar, $3 od, und 5 gifts. Ten copies, one year, sls l>o, and 10gift* Twenty-onet opic? oueyear S3O 00 and 21 gitu The articles to be distributed are comprised in the following list: 2 Packages of Gold, containing SSOO each. 5 do do do S2OO eaob. 10 do do do slooeah. 10 Patent Lever Hunting Cas- \ Vooeach4 ed \\ ntches, J 20 Gold Watches, STS each. 50 uo s6oeacb 100 do SSO each. 300 Ladies Gold Watches $35 eacW, 200 Silver Hunting Cased Watches S3O each. 500 Silver Watches $lO to $25 each. 1000 Gold Guard, Vest, and 1 $ to Tor) Chains, / Gold Lockets, Bracelets, Brooches, Ear Drops, Breast Pins. Cuff Pius. Sleeve Buttons, Rings, Shirt Studs, Watch Keys, gold and sil ver thimbles, and a variety of other article* worth from 5o cents to $lO 00 each. Immediately on receipt of the subscription money, the subscribers name will bo entered upon our subscription beuk opposite a num ber. and the gift corresponding with that num ber will be forwarded, within one week, to the subscriber, by mail or express, post paid. All communications should be address ed to BECKETT k Co., 4b and 40 MoiTats Building, 335 Broadway, New York. 10:26-t3!f. "*.* Specimen Copies seat free. THE POTTER COUNTY TEACHER S AS SOCIATION".—WiII hold its first regular meet ing, at the School House in Lcwisvile, ou Thursday and Friday, the 28th and 2S#th iust. Original orations will be delivered, by Messrs. , Orlando J. Kees and George W. Grigs by, and essays will be read by Misses Sarah M. Lyman and Ellen L. Bird. A Committee has been ap ' pointed to report to the Association, questions fur discussion, and arrange tho order of busi ness. Their report will be presented, on tho morning of the first day. Let the principle of ; punctuality be carried out, by the Teachers. All the Friends of Education are earnestly so licited to attend, and become members of tho Association. WM. A. MONItOE. Sec. Auditor's Xotice. is he eby given that the Auditor appointed by the Court to make distribu tion of 'I" 3 of the rental of real estate, in the casC of f>niel B. Harrigan versus Shel den Brad lee, December Term 1856, No. 36, will attend to the dntie* f appointment, at the office of the rYothoF°t aa y, ou Friday, the filth day of February next. •" > ©ctock, P. M. " H. J. OLMbTEd, Auditor. '4 Coudersport Jan. 11, 1858. Auditor's Notios. : is hereby given that the Auditor I>. v appointed by the Court to make distribu -1 tion of the proceeds of the rental of real estate, j in the case of Warren Carter, verm*. William ! T. Jones, Juue Term 1857, No. 174, will at tend to the duties of his appointment, at the ' : office of the Prothonotary, on Friday, the sth " | dav of February next, at Lao'clock, P. M. H.J UL.USTED, Auditor, j Coudersport, Jan. 11*1857. BOROUGH ORDINANCE 1 1 Tfl meeting of the TOWN COUNCIL of _ V lite Borough of Coudersport, held on the ! 29th day of December, 1857, the loilowiag J Ordinance was passed : IT lb HEREBY ORDAINED, That herer.f. J j ter no Bill shall be received or considered, cx ! cepting for work done or contracts finished 'during the term of the Council to whom said ti presented ; and the Secretary of tha i Town Council is hereby instructed and re , -ulred to publish this Ordinance, by sufficient ' ten or printed notices, in the month of 1 ,'c*. of each and every year, excepting that far *he present year the Secretary shall \ publish sid notices in tiie month of January next ensuing. E. REES, Burgas pro urn. f>. 11. STC.RRS. Secretary. I certify the above to be. a true and correct i copy, taken froia the record 3 of the Town I Council in my hands. S. H. STORES, Secret try. j Coudersport, Dec. 29, 1857. 10:27-4t. II IST OFI.ET TEIt S , § j Remaining in the t 0/* i ce at Coudersport, Pa., January 1, 1 1858. Acker, i?amue'J T. Marlin, R. D. Anson. Sii.'s Moffit, Mrs. E. Bmson, J !>. Narkham, O. if. Burdick, L. R. Neabit, John 1 Bcnnm William John Cotter. C. B. N'cwtpn, Cyrus W„ ! Clark. Amos S. ri:de, Jefferson | Curtis. Henry Rowley, Ocorge : Grant, Beuj. Itoss. Rev. J. L, i Gnlusha, .Miss Viola Stearns, David W. Huskings. Wash'n Swarts, John Hynerw ni. M. L. Strait, Isaac ' flangsford. J. M. Smith, J. P. Johnson. Mi-? A. Shears, Mrs. Carelimo Rohler. Christian Thompson. Isaac I Klcss, Jonathan Ellsworth, John P. : Miles, Wrn. Whitney, Rev. E. H. l&STPersons inquiring for any oftheabera 1 letters, will please say thev are "Advertised. J. M. JCDD, T. M. GUARDIAN'S SALE. IN PURSUANCE of an order Orphans' Court . of the county of Potter, I shall expose to sale by public outcry, at the Court House in the Borough of Couderport. Pa., on TUES , DAY, the lth DAY OK FEBRUARY, 1858, at one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following i deser bed Real Estate, situate in Pleasant Valley township, Potter county, Pa., and j bounded and described as follows : On the North by lauds of Lewis R. Palmer I and Keating Co. lands. East by lands of John i Keating 6i Co., South by lands of Isaac Ly man, on the west by unseated lands of John Keating &Co.; containing seventy-five acres, with sixteen acres improved ; one frame and log house, one log barn and some fruit trees thereon. JOHN J. ROBERTS, Guard'n. of the minor children of Leu is Warren, dee'd. f t?OME CLOTHING of Cheney's ntannfaf tare • O on had as E. k. S, 1 1 :8 D. W. g.. Ajyt.