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I The potter Journal
I 1 1 and
JC EW 3 IX E JVT-
I PA., May 15,1373.
"7 , ** a!lowed to run over out '
I >0 <U 11, arrears. Due bee will given of
I ■'•'! ~,i„u and if not paid the iwper will be
fi '' L . tv F. HAMILTON,
IIV..Kit No. 1 white, per bush. £I.BO
I•• Red winter. 44 1.60 (ag 1.75;
I No. 1 spring, " 1.50(5 1.60
KS."-*-"- - oo fe' 2 -f
■potatoes. - *
f Onions. - - - "
„ v . per ton, 15.00
mk • - • " fc - 08 ® - 08
Butter, - * "> .28
■ xrer-s - - - " doz. .15
I *■"£' _________
I We wish we had the facility for "fill
liuz up" that we see displayed by some
1,.f our cotempoiaries; the ability to de
late where incidents fail: and then we
Could present a full" local" every week.
■ We have thought of the plan adopted by
■one quill-driver who killed a man in a
■ueighlioring tow n and dished up all the
■incidents, then contradicted it. We
pave been tempted to try our hand at
L.uu-'.hing of the "Easy Chair" litera
ls ure, but we haven't got the easy chair.
Iliv the way. what talks some of these
I men get off—a full column and a half
long each week. About sights and scenes
ai Albany, spring, cats and dogs, wife
I;uk1 cr.ulles. (we could drop that out,}
■chairs, horses, marbles, and hundreds of
I; !iu r >. We often think, as we read their
■articles. that they had a wonderful easy
(chair to write in. Then we might adopt
i, .■lult'i and write up various things
I*. ;it would Ik? considered out of place
l' U aVr tite editorial head. Tne Miner
limits "Lean Contributor,"ami he says
|. an- >!ipthings. We like that name,
I . - lumls original, though it does seem
b we have read somewhere of the
I But we hardly think we have theabil
l .v t > carry out any of these styles, so.
I; : the present at least, we must await
lijming t vents.
| "W.B.Gorduier is building an addition i
■<.< ha house and othei wise improving it.
I Edward Forster has put down a new
Li-walk m front of his store oil Main
I The Legislature, last winter, passed a
pn game law. which makes some radi-
L c Hinges in the legal mode of sport-
I, Section 1 provides tliat no jhisoii
fear! pursue or kill any elk or wild deer,
i: ave in his or her possession, or offer
I : sale, any elk. or wild deer, or fresh
•oil, save only from tiie tirst day of
Lncsjiljer to the lirst tiny of January in
Ljjrar. No person shall at any time
I . any fawn when in its spotted coal
I: .ave in possession tiie fresh skin of
licli fawn. No jeisoii shall pursue any
ft.K or wild deer with dogs nor kill in
I - water any such animal driven there
I (li>g>. Any violation of tois section
| .a.; be considered a misdemeanor and
I . .wt tne oiieuder to a penalty of filly
luihrs for eveiy elk. wild deer or law n
I kiiietl, pursued or had in jKisst ssion.
l .c seeliuit failher provides that any
- >n may kill any dog that is pursu-
I jdeer, t.i.it any constable or town of
-1... may kill any dog that habitually
I tMiesiiiem. and tiiat the owner of such
l v siiall be liable to a penalty of ten
I -ars for eacii elk, doer or fawn killed
I section 14 provides that no person
I ; kill, c;itcti or discharge any tire
ps at any wild pigeon waile on its
ptiiig-grouinl, or break up, or in any
i- tier disturb such nesting-ground,
I tae birds therein or shoot any pigeons
r'• "in one-fourth of a mile of such
ft md, or shoot or kill any pigeons
pitiiin their roostings, under a penalty
ehty-ffve dollars. Section 19 fixes
I ■ time for catching speckled trout
f :u tl,e tiest of April to the fifteenth
M gust. iuid provides a jienally of ten
r cs for each trout caught at anv oth-
|" : bland Eddy. Elk county, a few
|. "'P • while twelve men were seated
l. " ', , in *-'• A. Gulpli's shanty, a
; >.is biinvn down, crusiiing in the
- ami four of the men were sen
's uurt though none were killed. The
intoll. Reedy "s siianty
F ;.^ Light and after they had retired
L ;" r t r >- fell across the eating depart
i,p 'i,. 1 chanty, but nobody was
Li s. NtSm * ll, 4=t i| f il t tire same place
I pens nail ins leg broken by the
4. oi a shanty wtiicli he was helping
f T * reakn.
st and rains combined played
[ pp-e tricks with the roads this
| -• He heard of several instances
l aiiis in [Hissing over spring-holes
| nw4r, . v ol d of sight. What
I " --"hole often proving little less
I x ban tae Western "sloughs."
I drnngest freak of all occurred
f ••hsville road aViout two miles
I • 'idiurg. The load there [Hisses
I t or
[. " ''/J"- hut during the spring
I k * 1 0,1 llie to i' °f l hi knoll
Lty „" u Irom h'ur to six feet for a
I dx rods. It is ev i-
Ittj Was something the matter
r "Htlerpinuing, but what, is a
fhi out- 1 ' 1 ' I '"' a,IJ lnake lively mu-
L Uli "°Wmem i hlS SpliUg ' T ' ie WOlk
ft t is gomg on in all quar
An exchange tells how to make a hand
some window ornament:
Take a white sponge of large size and
sow it full of rice, oats or wheat. Tiien
piace it for a week or ten days in a shal
low dish, and as the sponge will absorb
tlie moisture tlie seeds will begin to
sprout before many days. When this
lias fairly taken place, the sjKinge may
be stisjH uded by means of cords from a
book in ttie tq> of the window where a
little sun will enter. It will thus be
come a mass of green and it can be kept
wet by ihe mere immersion of it in a
bowl of water.
New ltorse Disease.
There is a new horse disease prevail
all over the country, but as yet chiefly
in the cities. It attacks the heels and
fetlock joints, causing them to swell,
and in severe cases they break open, pro
ducing a running sore that sometimes
ulcerates to such an extent that the hoof
drops off and the horse has to be killed.
It is said by the best authorities to be
the effect of the horse disease that pre
vailed last fall. The treatment advised
is to feed bran mashes, wash the foot
with warm water and smla, after which
rub dry, and if the swelling continues
poultices with bran mashes.
We would call the attention of all who
desire a good investment, to the adver
tisement of the 8., N. 1. & P. R. W.
• in another column on this page.
Will do well to notice the advertisement
of the Collector of this District in an
other column on this page.
.4 New Way.
While the bones of our slaughtered
soldier-boys are scattered over a hun
dred battle-fleldsall tiie way round from
Bull Run to Appomattox, the monu
ment to their memory is scattered around
the Court House Square.
Everybody nowadays has their fling at
that luiflnishtd pile, but just at is it far!
liettei performs its puri.ise than would
tiie neat shaft and polished tablets of the
architect's design. It is a lit emblem of
the unfinished career, the broken life,
the violent death and rough burial that
were the soldier's fate,
i The 3otli is D. coral ion Day. Why
; not, on that occasion, plant a few flowers
and climbing vims aronud the rough l
stones, and the work will be complete.
Visit tlie School.
The spring term of the Graded School
is drawing towards a close. Now is a
good time to visit it and see its working.
Some of our shops have a fine lot of
heavy wagons on i xhibit ion in the Court
House Square. Tuose wishing to pur
chase will do well to examine them. —
Patronize your home manufacturers and
they will patronize yeu. This isn't ex
actly free-trade doctrine but it is sound
We saw, at the to k-store of Thomp
son and Mann, the other day, the first
two numbers of the new illustrated edi
tion of Charles Dickens' works. They
are nicely printed on fine [[ier and sub
stantially iKjuml in cloth. Thisisacom
pleteeditinn and willcoiitnin everything,
including the Mysti ry of Edwin Droud.
It puts the works of the great novelist,
in a neat, convenient form.
Where They (>o To.
The following is going the rounds ot
the press. It is said to be founded in
A story is told of an editor who died,
went to iieavt ii, but was refused admit
tance lest he should meet some delin
quent subscriber and bad feelings In-en
gendered in that [eaceful clime. Hav
ing to go somewhere, lie next appeared
in the regions of darkness, but was [xis
itivt lv refused, as the place wis full of
delinquent sulisri ibers. Wearily the
editor turned kick to the celestial city
and was met by the watchman at the
[lortals with a smile, who said: "I was
mistaken—you can enter; there is not a
delinquent subscriber in heaven." Let
tiiis be a timely warning to those who.
neglect to pay tiie printer.
The time for leaving this place of the
Port Allegany stage has been changed ■
from eight o'clock in the morning to half
[>ast nine, stopping for dinner at Roulet
in jilace of Port Allegany, as heretofore.
Passengers can be sure of good, clean
meals at Boyington's. The stage reach
es Port Allegany about half an hour be-}
fore arrival of the train for Buffalo.
J. L. Allen, et al., vs. Geo. Nichols, L.
H. Kinney, ct ah Win. V. Keating, et
a!., r.s. A. M. Baker and Luther Baker.
Joseph Smith r.s. M. T. Seibert. Mar
tin V. Prouty rs. Perry Smith. Geo.
Nichols, et a/., vs. J. L. Allen. Summit
Twp. rs. Martin Watson. Hamilton
White vs. Homer Brundage. Wm.
Dent, adnor., etc., rs .Susan Rogers, et
aL Geo. Nelson, tt al., rs. John Bu
chanan. W. T. Jones rs. W. Clinton
ai d WE Burleson. Wm. McDougall
rs. Wm. Dalrymple. et al. Wm. J.
Warner rs. Lyman Dibble. R. K.
Young, exec., rs. James Glaspev. O.
J. Sjiufford rs. W. C. Alberger, et er'.
O. J. >pa fluid rs. W. C. Alberger. C.
J. Curtis rs. W. W. Arnold. Joseph
Mann and R. L. Nichols rs. Sally Sloat,
et al. Jennie Picket, etc., rs. Benjamin
Picket. C. Knowlton r.s. D. P. Reed.
M. T. Seibert rs. Charles Jucklin. R.
Corbin & Bros. rs. Miles White. Dan
iel Smith rs. J. S.. P. C. & B. R. W.
Co.; Benjamin Card >s. same; Reuben
Caid rs. same: John K. Burt rs. same:
Alex. McDowell rs. same. Win. Dent,
admr., etc.. rs. Edmund Cain, et al., |
heirs of Redner.
To receive prompt attention commu- '
nicotians in relation to subscriptions :
and advertising should be addressed
, to S. F. HAMILTON,
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147 ANTED. —Fifteen yards good rag
\ y Carpeting. Apply at tliis office.
rLANTS.—Verbenas at 10 cents each
or SI. 10 per dozen. Also Dahlias. Ge
raniums, Salvias, etc,, at equally low
prices. Asparagus, Rhubarb and all
kinds Vegetable Plants Grown and for
Sale bv M. B. Pbince,
May 7. 1-73. Wellslx,ro, Tioga Co., Pa.
:-r~Or!ers given to JOHN M. HAMILTON, v. 11
Elilridge Bros., of Wcllsville, are s[>e
cial agents for the Woodward & Brown.
Chickering, Weber and Mallmshek pi
anos; also, general agents for George
Woods A Co's. park >r and vest ry organs.
These organs are superior to any reed
organ made in America at the present
; time. It will jniy any [lereon to exam
ine the instruments sold by Messrs. El
ilridge Bros., if they are intending to
purchase a piano ar organ.
Eld ridge Bros, also make a specialty
of tuning and repairing ail pianos and
i organs. 4L-2
The Purest ami Sn rtlett Cod-Liver Oil is
1 >•. t■;••• H:h -•> . •• . !••!"••. f ir,t j
.s-lt 1 ' t v r,l ■ Catnell, Hazard .f Co.,
' N"-v York. It ix absolute. % pure nu ! sic-et. t' -
1 ti lata wllO have once taken It prefer It t>. nil olb- :
ers. Phrslclans bave tied led it superior to ai y
: of the other oils la market. 3S-4
"^'OTICE. —Sealed Proposals forbuild
a4 i g a Ltri Jire over Lie All p-r.euy River at lite
1 s>; of Mail, street, tu the ISoro'igh of l oade-si >rt, 1
' .vlll be received until the first MONDAY of Jm
! -xt (June 2-i . Saul Itri Igr to lie built in accor
dance with the Draft ani yßClltlllWß In the ,
hands of Dan Baker, which Draft and Specilh a
tioufi can lie seen by cailins on him.
:c. it 8, 1 41 Br order of the Town Council.
Before purchasing elsewhere call and
examine the SI XGEU M ACIIIN E.
A. M. Reynolds, Agent.
Office in Oimsted Bosk, kCUiOTSSCrt, iZ.
7|"40 the Real Fstafe Owners in the 80-1
1 ROl Gli OF COUDERSPORT.— Take No
tice.—That you who have a: ie-*.va!ks o. t of re
i cair will have the same put In good repair Itefore
the Second day of JLSF next under the supervi- j
sioii of Kenj. Reunells, the Street Commissioner, j
without further notice.
May 3,1373-4t By order of Town Council.
Si BSf niPTltVis to ti c RnfTalo D.aily "Ex
pro-*" and ihe Elntira Daily "Adver
ti-er" received and lorwauled In
IT-Iy Arthur B. Mann.
Notice to Collectors of Comity Taxes.
By reference to the Act of March 28. l s 7 ', en
titled "An Act to clianre t!;e mode of ;ev\ im: and
col ecliug tiie dog taxes iu tiie County of Potter."
; it will !e sei-n that .lie duties heretofore exer
cised by t lie County Cunitnisd >iiers are liereafter
to Is- ]s-rf,.rnied by the Directors of the severa'
Sch<K>, Districts res|e>-tive v.
Ibe C->;v -tors of county taxes fori he year 1573.
wid therefore take notice that they are n >t to
eoliect the dog taxes carried out < u their dup i i
caies. as the County Commissioners have n >au '
thoriiy to lew said taxes. Bv order oi the Board.
11 B. t OLE, Cierk,
Coinmissioiiers' Office, May 2,1573.
The Elrnira Adveftiser.
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interest and advancement of that portion of the
It has an interest in aud care for the large and
constantly increasing in population, wealth ami
iKiwer of" Northern Pennsylvania, and although
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issued every Thussday, aid contains the cream of
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It is e>p"cia!i* addressed ami Intended for that
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In the matter of the petition oP ; In the Orphans'
W*. D. AfHEUiON Court of PoU
*or the itartiUu.i oi ills cerate of ■ ter Conntr.
VVm. ArHK.tTON, dee'.z.-ed. J No. is J.
To James O. ATUESTON aud HIE is Atheeton.
Take notice that, in pursuance of an order of the
Orphans' Court of 2'otter Omity, Inqus-r.i -rs ap
pointed by salt Court will meeton the premises of
j the said William Athertoa, deceased, oa the roth
j day of May, A. 1)., ]-;s, for the purpose of inakiog
i partition of the same, at arhieh time and place you
i can attend if you think proper. ifS-t
JOHN 8. MANX & ?ON,
j April 85, 1873. Attn*for Prtltion'r.
fU. MARSHAL'S OFFKE,
< H*. ft. of j'-n,isylcania.
( Pirrs'arKOA, April -, IS,®, i
Tns 18 TO GiTf. NOTtt E: 1 hat on the s;fi day of
March, A. I>. 1-73, a vv'arrant in Ba;ikruptc>
issued against the Estate of Charles Seeiy of !
: Hector Township in the County of Potter and
state of Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged a
I Bankrupt, on his own petition; that the payment
of any debts and delivery of aw, property t-eiong
: iiitr to such Bankrupt, to him or ins use! and the
■ the transfer of any property by him are londd-len
> by law; that a meeting of the Creditors of thesani
. Bankrupt, to prove their Debts and to choose one
, or more as-ignees of his Estate, w ill tie hel l at a
; Court of Bankruptcy, to fie hoi leu at the otlb-e of
F. E. Smith. Es p, In the Borough of Tioga, Tioga
Co., Fa., tieiore F. E. s;:n:h, Icq.. Register, oa the
17th dav of Mav, A. 1). 1873, at 10 o'clock, a. ui.
3-—4 U. & Marshal /or said District.
BY VIRTUE of an order issued out
of the Orphans" court of Potter County and
to me directed, hearing date of February 20, 1873,
I will expose to sale by public outcry on 51outlay
j the NINETEENTH day of MAT, A. D., at 10 o'clock,
j a. m., on the premises, the iollowing described
; real estate, all situate in township of Hector, coun
| ty of Potter and state of Pennsylvania, to wit:
i Bounded Nby lands of Hiram Warren; Ehy
Lucieu B'rd lot; sby iands of if. C. Jones; Wby
i Innds of John L. Haven. Contoinino aiiont forty
. acres with atout twenty acres imp. ived. Aio.
! Bounded N by Altniua Sunderland ; E by U. C.
Jones, s by 11. C. Jones, Hen. Sutton and s! Swiin
lar; W lit Geo. Parker. Containing a'Kiut twenty
acres, aisout fifteen of which are improved.
To be sold as the pn perty of JOHN SCNDERLIN,
deceased. Tena?: oue-tuird cash, one-third in six
: months and baia ice in twelve months after con
i fl rotation. C. IV. BEACH,
39-3 Admr. E-t. Jno. Sunderiin, deed, i
Sunrterlinville, Pa., April 25, is. 3.
; V'HEREAS, letters of Administration to the es
tate of Noah Crittenden, late of Oswayo, Potter
Co., Pi., deceased, having been granted to the
-tubscri. er, ail j ersoiis indebted to said estate ar<--
requestad to make immediate payment, and the.--
; having claims or demands against the estate of
' the said decedent will make known the same,
without delay, to CATHERINE J. C RITTENDEN.
j Oswayo, April 11,18.3.
AdmnMratorN Notice 1 ,
"ITTifFREAr. I - iters Admini-trnti. >n tolhc
TV K-i,it<- cf >. 1". B. How -, ate of Bingham
twjk. Potter•(', deceased. having b; en g. aided
'o tite subscji' er, ail i>er- * intlebied to said es
tate ate requested to make iaiuicuinte pavnient.
and tiio-e hav ing claims or demands again*', the
estate of s id decedeui wi: make known the same
with nit de ay to J. E. RAYMOND,
Bingham, May 7, 1873. Administrator.
BY VIRTUE of an order of the (irphaus' Court
of I'otter County, aitd to nie directed, I sliai
exo.>-e fv.r sate at pub ic vendue <>r our re
i HUKMDAY. the Fifth day of .1-ip, A.j>., 1st;:,
| at one o'clock. p.m.. on the premises in Si.aron
! town drip as ttie pro)*- ty of Geo. W. HttmpLrev
and flattie Be!i Humphiey, min >r c .it iren of A.
W. Humphrey, 'ate at Sharon tp , d . tied, tl;e
following dew i.vd real estate, -t.iLite in Miarou
tp., Potter county. Pa., to wit:
No. I.—The undivided one- onrth part earh of it •
■ iriract of twin], beginning al |i-l corner on b>-S
; batik the "-wayn Creek in /he Wine of God oc-
I cupi dby IV. J. >trk weather; tliene- Btw . huo
dr d aud two P'-rth l upei corner; thetiCe VV ei.h
tv-flve ai.d s- ven-reuth- p rrh t„ the S K earner of
a . •; surveyed for H-ary Main u; ihecce. by line of
| said lot, 5 "lie hundred au I niuety-cip lit p aches to
:he O.Tcayo Creek; thence up the Sb nk i the -aid
: C eek to plaee of begiuniDg. Coat si ing uuo bua
dred aud eight acres, more <>r less.
No. Z—The undivided one.f„arti: part • job of aii
aher lot -iniAted ,< ab ve. b gianieg ..! >H c '-r
•I M ch.w Lamb's ianil: ih uee 8 f riv.s 'veil psri hes
top is, corut r; iheuce W one bnnd ■■ and five p it_l.es
1 ' ■ p st corner; iliemn N fony- 'even 1 - ; e:ies t p st
; <• <ruer: tie nee. by line of Mii-hnei I.audi'- land Eone
). a dnd aud five ggrchet i • p'are t bag liming. Gob.
taining ihi :r aud ei_'ht-teiiths acres, m.-re or less.
; and bciug p,rt o' t. No. ZlTb.
No. .3—The undivided one-fourth part eaeh of an
other Kit -ir.iat. da- above, begiuuiug at a p-si ih- N
jr, oruer of !ad c iuveyed in jfobn e-t, lot N,i. S ;
' the are \V one liundrsi p- rebea t • post c ■> iier: tbeuee
I N eighty.f..ur prilm to a p si ti.v N E r nuev f lot
>1 ; iheuee E ue hundred perche- to a p ,-t corner;
thence S eiviity-fonr p. rches to place •>! l vitiuii g.
Coi.tainiug Sfiy-twoand fivi -tenthsac.es, be rbe sam
more or i- -s. Is iuv lot No. 47 of allotment of Keating
iands iu Sharon township and part of Vv t. No. ii.'A.
The above describcii real estate is held as ten
.Hits in common with Ne.son l'ain.en.er. who
i owns tie uiidiviiletl < ne-lta.f tiieieof. Terms
one thi <i eoahirn'- ci n of suie. one-third iu one
i year and one-thiid in two years tl.eieafter.
JAM Lb IL \\ RIGHT.
Sharon, May 9.1873. Guardian.
, REPORT OF AI'DITOPvS OF HOMER TOWN
SHIP FOR 1572.
To orders outstanding 125 93
" balance due on judgments 2- 51
By Coin'r's certificate of Road Tax 20176
Cash " 75 45
j " cash ou hand i i 5
BaL ol indebtedness over twp. funds S .0 y.< |
I CKOSBT, J. E. EABLE, )
413 Clerk. G. H.G.UE-,/ An<lltors
REPORT I.)F THE AUDITORS OF HEBRON
TOWNSHIP, APRIL 1873.
; To orders in circulation 563 89
due on judgtueuts 1007 71
By certificates of taxes ret'd for "72 420 35
due from county treas 64 33
" Jno Metzger. sup.,'6B 27 18
Albert Reed, " '72 "4 94
Collector for 1872 87 93
Cash on hand 7o 00
ludwbtedness over township funds *836 87
J. B. CAKMER. SYLVESTER GREEMMAN,
Citrk. C. W. GOKAM.
Also one order for *IOO. No. 17. (registered on
page 17 of order-book B.) draw n to Norman Slier
wood, which is believed to have been obtained
by fraud and will n>t l>e iaid tiy the Township
unless compelled by law.
WESLEY ALLEN, Su2>ervUor.
SYLVESTER GREEN MAN, J ~,, _
C. W. CORAM. i Auditors
of the AtKlitorr, of f'.nlnlla Township.
ArBIL 8, 1878.
Dr. To town orders in circulation. 6*6 "1
Due on Judgments . 1075 09
Cr. By receipts for taxes returned 179 50
•' cash on hand 21 00
Bal. of Indebtedness over twp. fun-is iISS> 51
H. A. NELSON, T. B. ABFOTT, > . „
Clerk. Almerok NELSON,/
The SINGER is a lock-stitch machine
airil makes a beautiful, even and uniform
stitch which will not ravel and isalike
on Loth sides. It hems, braids, cords,
tucks, embroiders, ruffles, fells and does
all binds of work on t lit tinest muslin or
the heaviest full-cloth.
TV-ANTED, Agents and Pedulcrs for our
>V PREsS and SI HAlNEii.—Pre>ses ai d
<-i.wins jam-, Jellus, herb-, vegetables, lard, rai
low, meats, cheese, etc. Over 6t,oU>.' sold iu a few
localities, sells quick. Every family wants it.
Sewing Machine and other established agent? are
finding this very profitabie. Circulars Free.
I.ITTI EFIELD A DAME,
"oj Wahjjjg-on Street. B-"ton. h'.Ti
The untlersiged having r-esu apporatei by the
Court of Qwigna P.ca-of PtitcrCwiat} anguiii- j
tor to dis; ;nin= the fund- the .".a., - of the n.K
, ministrat:-<-f tin c-'ute of P. L. Cort ;u, dece.a-i-i,!
nere'iy give- notice that he wEli attend to the d:-
ues of the apiLdiit .lei.t at hi-•; Nv int tc Borough 1
: of Conderspnit or. TUESDAY, the isnt i day of
Jttue next, at ten o'clock a.m., at which time ami
place creditors of the estate and others iut-resrctl
can attend if thev see fit.
9. 8. GREEN MAN,
I 4'3Tis. i *s. Auditor.
I Lovina D:cKtN-<yN "j
by herncxi fiiend. j In the Cuirt of Common
Chas. A Jones, y l'U*a> of Poller Co. No.
i'.. I 14"., rrep:. Term. 1-7Z
Jeuomf: Dickinson ,
Jerome itesjioudent above named,
wi 1 p eu.-e take n itiee ' "it a -u pn in awl a!:;•
subpd iia have Ixs-n i-sue.7 Hid returned niiii:;
you ate tiierefure hereby mjuiretl to appear <m
: the fust day of next Court, June 9, is. - to answer
to the complaint made in thi- case. . I
s. P. KEY NOEDS, Sheriff.
Cotnlersport, May 16,1873.
Ambrose It. Wood) In the Court of C unmon '
rx > Pleas of Potter t'o.. No.
Stlvama Wood. S lli Sept. Ter m, 1872. '
Sylvani i Wo si. Respondent above named, will
piease take nolice that a sitbisen t and a i t- -nb
i P en t have been issued end returned niuil; vou
are therefore kerebv retptiied to appear ->u'tiiv
fit -t day of next Court. Ji.ne 9. 187::, to answer to
the coiupiaint iu this ease
9. P. REYNOLDS, Shcr.J.
' Condersport, May 16, 1873.
the Hon. H. W. YYili.iams. Presi-
T t dent Judge, and the Hons. I.vman N elsi>n
ana Jons M. Kilboi kne. Associate Judges id :
tue Couj ts of >yer a 'Terniiner and Genera. Jai
De.ivery, quarter Sessiousol the Peace, i npitans" !
Court and Court of Common Pleas for tne County !
ol Potter, have issued tlieii precept bearing date !
the Fifteenth day of June, in t lie year of our Lord
one thousand, eight hundred and seventy-two. :
and to me directed, for itoi ling a Court of Oyer I
A. terminer and General Jab De ivery. tjuarier i
se—ions Of the Peace, orphans' Court and Court
ofC iniu n Plea-s. in tin- B rough of Coudersport.
Oil >Io <laj , the J'mi.i day of JUNE ue.il and
• to continue < ne week.
Notice i- liieiefore hereby given to the C.-r -
ners. Justices of the Peace and Ccnstab'es wit . in
lue C iiinry, tiiat they In- then and there in Uieir !
p.op'-i jie.- us. at 10 o'clock, a. in., ot said day,
w jtn their roiis, records and inqui ui. n>, exanii- '
nations and other remembrances to do these
thing? which to their olhces apjß-rtaiu to Ik done.
Ami those who an; bound by tiieir reeogni/ziuces
' to prosecute ug:iin-t the |ir i- ne; - tiiat a. eor -hall
be in ll.e Jaii of --.id County ■>! Potter, are to le
then aud ftiere to prosecute agaiu-i litem as will
j Le just.
Dated at Coudersport, May fit. 187.". and the
;>7 h year of the Independence of the i nl:ed stales
of Aluetica b. I". REYNOLDtS, 8/ieriJf. :
p A* VIIITUE of subdry writs of Yen-
I ) lit; iui Expo;. Fen Fit : -.-. L >a 1 Ka- i-.-
du, Bur Mortgage,ted out of the Court of Com
mon Pass of Potter County, Pa., a;al to me direct
ed, I shall expose to pm-i:c sale or outcry, gt the :
court iiouse ia Co . lei sport, oa MONDAY", the J
ninth day of June, 1 -73, ai cue o'clock, p. m., the '
lOijOWlllg -l'.'Srtlocf tracts or parcels of iai.'l, To ;
Ct rtnin real estate situate in theCoun- •
ty of Potter, iu the towusnips tes, ective.y,asfol- '
WtsNos f ny six hundred and forty-one (46*1);
and forty-six nunuied and tuiiy-two i ;o.g), e.tcu '
C0n.,.in..!-- nine ..untiled and ninety IW) aeies,
J iiiiiiC aud slid.ite iu JacKSuli lowusulp. —
YY ,s 7- s lorty -i> iitm-jreu and lot i.v-ctgut iP.Jsi .
forty -ix hundred and ttity-one tio li. i iriy -ix
bundled and tUtydWii t ,'>"jj. iurtydr tiuuiiteo '
ami Ut ty-i. i ice a.rt., handled and hit;.-
futii (ftuiaod t irty-six hundred tud fonyrae. I
each e -iiuiiiiing, i'e-jicetivc;y, uiire tihiid.-ed and 1
ninety iA .-. six ..uudied an i i-nly-one (641) -a I
uuaured and mueiy -nve (of ), foui iuiuoivd ami |
uinety-nve (49 ). t'-ur uunu.ed aud uinety-nve !
, n.cj.uid nine Hundred an t ninety (9>j) acres,!
| tllol cor ics-s a,l sin.Ue iil West tbalicu tp.—w I- 1
N ts forty six nun ir- d and eigaty seven t46?7), j
, forty-seven uuiutred and seventy-seven tHn), |
fort;, six .. aidrett and -. veuty iih.'D, lorty scvi u
; iiuud ed (4'iiAJ), forty-.-eveu hundred and Uvc ;
ti',? |, and forty-seven iiiuMitil and twmiydi
' i .1-6,. each ei iii..ii .L, nine hLiitUicU unit ninety
t'' i ..i-tes, iii.'i.e oi *ess, and v, i - >*-iuily-itine
. nundred and iwebty-tnroe and forty-nine
Itiuidivd and iwctny eigul (49Z6),e.icii comaiu
ilia elaat in tid.eil ..Jai i .HV <s*i j ami Pig..l IUU
u; -.1 and t Igiiiy-ave >- - ;a a es. mow' : ,e..and j
.1. . ?i; r.atc in V* ua; r n tp. ink s-dil as inc pio- t
i pcilyx'l 1 UA.-CIS V'. li'-e-ULa.
AL-'-O. cetlniii i ;.l -. e-flllc tit the bo- j
ro an ol Li-wi-viire. Pte. cu., boun-ieii and de
s- rtv-- •l.i.iow-: Beglliliilig al po-l COUlei ill W j
an- - ni Ju • ii-ckeit la tu 4U p c.es L of N E cor- I
i.ei ol .--..lit; Yi ..lunro 's lot ; lueli. e \Y s pelciK.- J
io a c*i t. . ; t ii<-nee iy j -eicaes to a corut r iu N
.me of .uaiy .a MldtfU tela I. s -.a..ed ; ;
tot uce, aiuug N .inc ol -siu nit, E -8 peico-y- to a ;
. cmuei in ft ,ioe ot -.ai JuHdckea wt: Ha art, |
a • i.g V, nneci-ai i onoHacKeit.--t,N 2>* jieieues
to p.ate ui beginning. CoMHtiiiiiff out aete oi ;
uuni. suict nteasuie, on whit-n i- erected one
aid .;. -111; house. A ixn, anut hrr int tit tinted i
as at . s,iidan I a.'joiiiiugtnc KilatxivedcsclibeU |
I- una d a- it-.,0w- ; hegudiiug at a p,t m w ;
due i-l J.i'i ii ickeii ...t 1 pcieii r-ol is*U ol Cieek :
> uere S-ui t; f.t trusses due ut said tol; lla. not',
■ti \s .ii.e u; -.f it at, N Dpt.tin -in a t-.ouej :
U.t nee X. vii Old 6 pe.cuts to a p. int 12 feet 7s ot i
lower en 1 • ; mi i-rate; Utente b J-, patauei Willi !
..ltd i_ feet from -..id lidi. race, iu jmini wm-te j
i race takes watei fn n pond and oppodte N end
| oi mid dam ; thence southeny aMriom race and j
■ ngsaid dam to ceutierfo<d creek-bed; them*
ifij va deny iii.eeti nto point of uegiuumg with '
water piiviege ap t K .I.. tiling to stune. Alt oi j
Wai. :i isiiap; li ved, w itimut- water saw-miii there- 1
• II- i be sold a- lot- piuperty ot J. U. HOl'aleS.
AI.SO, certain real estate in Hebron
tp.. dese. ii-ed as 1 lows; Begianiiig at a jiine lite
> Eci .6vi of iajt N06601 aoOiintutui lamUiu
; iii a. eli ip., thence, by dm -ut Biugaam Estate.
t. ~ pert ~t.- and > L-'irt p--.cue- 10 a Ecotnei oi
E- t >u fc; tin uce, I ;> N iine id said iot, \V HI
p--.fi i. -to a p -.1; tutm* N 21.4 perci.es to f .ine
ui EutN" ualoie.-vdd; tiieiiee, by ;ine of said lot,
I E 21 perct.es > 1<: is-iciit-s lu praeeot beginning.
Coui .imwj tr.7 aete- witn usual afiowaiiceoi six
pei ft.'Ui.) < ing Lot Noo* oi uhouuent 01 rands of
fstmui-i .1 1 ■■ ,di-eea-ed, tn Hebron tp. ami pail
ol V\ t>u j-i7.. 1 v. nien au .ut lor v ae.es ate iiu
i proved, wail one frame house, one iianic bnu
aud some li nit uees heieun — AlM,<>ne other
lot in luwiisid): a- alsivt- desctibed: Beginuingat
N E comer <i Eat No 64 above described, lueute
W 120 jrei ehes; tiienec lue-7 petcues; thence E
12opei t-aert; tiieneeslo 7 peiene-to p.ateul be
triuiiiug. O' t uiititg 79-3 acres and being Eul
. No 12 .1 uf ai.uti'.ifi.t ut iands a- above mentioned
and part oi \Y t No i2,~. on which tiieie is atrout
t<ii acit- improved. 1o be suid as tue property
ol Geo. W. \ anw u-EN.
A L>U). certain i t al estate in Ilarrisou
Ip . boundedanddesciil edasfoiiuw-: N i-y iands I
ot F A 1 ng.i-11 ami Y\ a.do iiobinsuU; E by iands I
ut J K Biii to ami J IV stevt 11-; nby muds oi ti j
N Stone; Wby muds '-1 E I'. Pi.uiip- aiid In-itig :
part 01 Wt No 1.16. OaUatuing i acies, witn '
allow ance oi 6 in-r ceiiL. lnoie or ie-s about 43 j
i acres of wt.ieh are improved, with one frame j
house, 1 n - fiamel-ain and some fiiiitireest dere- j
" n. Also, one other iot situate a- alkive, ;
bounded and descrilcd as foiluws: N by public i
highway ; Eby mmls'-l Siinr..eiM'ne; >ii> lauds I
"I iian.iiU.il M'liice; V> by .and- o. g Vi r-teretis 1
and being i>art of Wt No 1.129. o .aUnniug one |
acie of ianil, inoie or less, ail of wlrieii is improv-
I ed. with one ltaiiie liou-e and s. me o net out
trui.ding- Ue ieou. To be -o.u as tue jiiojeity ol'
Morkj- Kizer aud Joanna 14. >ietiaj.f.
ALSO, certain leal estate in Ilarrisou
, lp.. Guarded ami d< -eiibed as foikiu: N by lands
01 iiamt.ti.il Voile; E l y public highway; s iw
public highway; \\ by lands oi It > stone and
Is-iug palls of \Y l- Ns- isi6 and 1 29. Contain
ing one acre of jaiid. mote or ie—. ail of wiiieh is
improved, with one nan lious*- and soirn other
, out-hui.diutrs and with nii.l piivitene connected.
To be so u as tne profierty oi M. I'. Mktcalt aud i
| Morris Kizer
ALSO, certain real estate in Bingham •
tp., K-iug Lot No 193 of allotment of and? of Fox 1
! Est-ie in Bingham t,.. ami pait- of \\ t- N'os 12*2 I
and 1243. toni"- ntm/ 144.3 acres of land, about
J' acres of which aie improved, with one log j
house, one frame bain aud some fruit trees there- j
on- To be sold a- the property of Jareh !
ALSO, certain real estate in Eulalia
tp., bounded and described as follows: Beginning ;
iu centre of dei -ey > -a Tu. upUe : taenee s, 1
a.o-.c E due of a nil;, i .-.e ~ toi mud surveyed by
in itmg i- Co to .v.ii,ond Woodcock to a veiiow- ;
i in-h stiuup jt.-t ,n W oi na I; thence Etb.iueof;
iot now in im-sev-iouoi Jonathan Uiace: tueu-.-e,!
a • ug \v ,me oi said Glace lot to ceutie of -aid j
Yuinpi-e load ; tta-uce W along -aid Road to ',
p.ai-e oi I U-ginning ; ;t.-o. all the pi ivi egesof keep- •
rug ami uwintauhUK a dam and keeping and re- J
pal. ltig the nead and tail luiii-r a.*-*- ami ad lights .
lOi iu.. i-ujoj an ut of -aid iui.l tnat was conveyed
to Austin A Kii i y by (iei-d iroiu Aiim.-nd W : ood-!
i ■> kto him d .te-i I-c 2>. A. D.. is-s. a UM). an
other piece oi mud :t joining Hie a ixive de-ci ioed, j
a- b'.iows ; Beginning at t corae. of lot on :
wj.i-.-4i L i Bpahoid ivc-. thence w by brine of i
silid -o; !'. l'*mls to a Ji.ist: thence N 6 rods to j
ec Hire ia I"i;. upike ro;ul; taeuce s 7 S E 1-y Turn
pike ro.u! 12.3 11si-to E .ineof lot of E DsTpauurd :
aioir aid : then e. on -aid E .me, s 265 rods to J
place of beginning. LYm(■'/ nim/ onoacre and lol;
-qaaie rod- ot .and, inoie or .ess. and is-iug pait '
ol Wt No 2122. Both lhe above lots are :ul im- :
proved, with -nine fruit tree- thereon, and mere i
are erected one water sawmill, two frame houses, i
oue frame barn ami sirioe oth'-r out-buildings. '
To bo eoid as Hie pi openv of Henri Inoß.Ham.
I oeri-,H veal estate 111 L I>cs
• tp, bounded and docilbcd.Tsfo'iow-: Beginuing
at s \V corner of Lot No lufi deeded to Dani O.ni
sted Jany of, 15 r ; thence E 17-1 i--iches to ,i
post \Y ot luad; tlieuce, a,ong hue iarl No ■,
n J° W 94.8 perches to coiner of L > Diake aad
Geo > u.tiis'.ed : thence N W 45 percH> to
' post and i->nes N E coriM-r oi Lot No 52 deeded
lu J ) Mnitn, now li 11 Dent : tiience W 156.1
lierches to N W corner of Dot No 82 ; thence N
i 11.'., jierchesta p ace of beginning. Omtttimng
13 .1 acres, nioic or le—, being Loi Nosi on the
' :ua;>? oi iands of Henry H Lk-ut in l lysses tp. and
i'. rtsof Wts Nos I2ir and 1514, aboul 9' acres of
which are Unproved, wiih one frame house, one
■ fian.c luin. oue frame sued and some fruit trees
the.eon ro lie soid as the property of W. G.
Monroe and IE C. Bailkt.
ALSO, certain mil estite in Hector
tp., tmunded N by lands conveyed to Pemlietton
)'. Moni-. admr of e-iate ol John Adnim. dee d,
and Lot NO 88 of aiiotutent of lauds uf Bingham
E-iate: E by uuseated iands of BlligihUli lc-late;
5 by unsold i.tmis afores.iid and E is No>6i ami
201; aud W by Lot No2ol aforesaid and lad No
An c-utracted to Wni Look*. Contain,ny 134.9
acres, more or ;c—. being Ixit N062 of ahotiiient
I ui Biugnam lands in ileciortp. abWesaUl and part
of WiNo i7;o. aisjtit 3o .u-n-s of wuich are im
i proved wim one log barn, one log house and some
1 frnit trees tiieieou. To be >o.-d a? trie properly
1 of Hiram Ei>dt.
AL>(). certain real estate in Hector
ip_ iKiiin.ieii ~n . described as foiiod's; N by EMs
Tomb: t. by uiw\ud jvtne, AiourobkuiUdi and
Hni.y Dougia—: 6by Aiou/o QRiorierand Bmg- '
nam ia.l-s ; \\ oy Cnaries .swim ar an > Win Ai
Dotigia-s. an i being parts ol Wts Nos 1157 aui
■ 14*".*. Co,tail,my l7u aeies. more or R-.-s, about
7oacres oi ui.icu are impn ved, witn one irame
■ house, one frame ba.u. out-bui.dings ami Mine I
; fruit uees lucieou. Tobesoid a-tne property
ol CriAhl.Es SEELV.
S. P. REYNOLDS,
Coudtrsport, ilvj 16, 1873. tshirijr.
File Buiralo, N. Y. & I hiia. Kailwa)
offer for sale, AT A BARGAIN, the bonds reuiaia
i lug over and above those already retired by tire
Towns themseives—being of the following Towns
along the line of its Railway, viz.:
S6OOO of Olean. N. Y.
sisuo of Macnias, N. Y. —Sot*u retired
ou a Bund.
s**ouU of t rankiinville, N. Y.
SSBOO of Yorkshire, N. Y.—s2oo re
tired on a Bond.
The Bond- are of lluOO each, bearing interest z
seven percent., and are a "FIRST-CLASS" SAFE
SECURITY." For particulars address
21. f. Lymau, Trees.,
P. O. Drawer 175, BrvrALO, N. Y".
United Ntatcs Internal Revenue.
Notice to Special-Tax Payers
The law of December 24,1372, requires every ser
son engaged iu any buslne-s, avocation or eoip.oy
ment which renders hltn liabie to a
; to procure ami place conspicuously in hi* es
! MtUshment or p-'ace of i>usi,u. *
dcuoiiug the payment of the Special Tax before
'1 he ta.-.e* emlra* within the provision-of la a
aiKWt quoted arc the follow tug, \tz.:
Rectifiere S2OO 00
Dealers, retail liquors *5 do
" w hoie?a;e liquor iob 00
" in mail iiquora, wiiole-ale Isj uo
" " retail 90 ou
" in leaf tobacco 25 oo
[ Retail dealers in leaf tobacco s*/u DO
taii-l on sales of over sloOu, fifty
cents for every ilollar iu excess
Dealers in manufactured tobacco. 5 00
Manufacture s of stills s*j cj
and for eacu still or worm
0, toiifiCfO 16 06
" cf cigai-s 16 (w
Pe 5 "iersoft'fi acco, i-t clj-s nor*
than 2 borsf-; s'.* 4*o
" " 2-Jcla.-; ihjrse-! 25 60
" "3d " U horw-y 15 oo
" " 4!h " ou foot or
public coaveyaace to 00
Br.' vers of ><? tl.ati ft-v barrets... sot<o
" 5-.'o bai rrts or more 100 00
Aay t>r-r- n who shall fail to coniplr with the
• foregoing rcqiilrtmeLU whl Le subject to .-evere
Sf-eciaKtax pay er- throughout the United States
are reminded that they miu-t make application to
Lie Collector (or Deputy Collector) of their re
-lective districts, aud procure the proper stamp
for the Special-tax year, commencing May j, 1873.
i without waiting for further notice.
Col. Jut. R.r. fSi.'i Ins;. Pa.
: A442-4t V iihaiu-port. Pa.
a Oil i'KL\ Tl><;
PKOMPTLI EXEUI TED
DFFICE OF THE
JOURNAL AND NEWS ITEM.
! lUvtv, Jirr.u;g' •' s*y v !*• obudis 4.1
Csriululionn of p>hio
SO to 1 BEAt'lliTL rUOTMMIS. I l
pectfßSJy joiivit your i-atieo-i©'-
I make ail the lead In e M>fcs ol
Photographs and Ferreotypes,
frm a Ciili PicTvkb to a Ijs£-iu£ Portrait
I2ST3DX A. I3STK,
WATER COLORS or OIL
COPYING *f OU Pictcres initio a .;w<-!ai
A iai&t: stock of
Walnut, illosclieou and £>ttt
Square and < vol,
<ll H<2Sl> AKD FO3 fALft
Ail work guaranteed to give sati>fa*4i a.
fri. T. LYNDE
: Photograph Gallery,
SECOND STREET East of P.IAIiN.
i ' " ~ *
BOOTS and Sf-tOES !
, Wocld respectfully inform the citizens that lie
continues 'iie manufacture of
BOOTS AND SHOES
al his new .Stm t,
' KAIN STREET below MARKET,
(Si.uiii cf tU Bridge,)
| All work done in a workmanlike manner
i AND A GOOD J IT Glt A KAXTEKD
Give hiiu a call.
Al l, KINDS up
Ready Made Clothing,
SATS, Ca?3, PSJI'ES, TAL 3£
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Ccnstaotly on iuuid and for .4*
j CHEAP as the CHEAPEST!!
MEN' and S St ITS
to rorrei>oini with iLie
This If iti? the only Establishment Su tM
: place ilevuied eawusiveiy to the
] 1 ran sell en CARER to my Customers than tho-*
budo*ot louke LIAJ 1 liING a Si lualti can
; Call and see my stuck and I will guarantee -sitiA
M. L. GRJDLEY.
The SINGER is t4ie Ix-st machine tor
all work. According to sworn returns
there were over 45.0U0 more sold last
year than any other kind made. .
A. M. Ut}HoiUS, Agent.
mtmma * ll,mm
Hnu News Item.
U 0 2
M. H. SlfrCE,
LMPOKTER AND DEALER IN
OIL (IjO'i HW, Kto.,
No. vilH Main St.,
** G* EUFFALO, N. Y.
! M-ftm *#wioff atqi morj
parßttarua ei*>b u<i sni si**!* u*.> lUvrttoiisn.}
snoinnj .Vjist K)
< -'oqio rB [p VB •OJJVSO.L su&ailA„KAlKaHdw
: ptnufl iiin( am ju tuo^nuvinußK
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