The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, August 27, 1857, Image 3

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    SHERIFFS SALES.
BY VIUI47E ol' sundry writs of
£'ipnttd* lUoi t'trri bsiCXdt iISUtJ OUt tf thi
, vurt of c'oiiiiiioii H.e:t9 of hotter Co.. Peuuit.
„uJ in me directed, I sbnil expose to pubic
>uir 0 r outcry, at toe Court House in the But
it ol Coudersport, ou .Monday the 21 -1 da;
other, 1857, ut 100 clock, A. M., thi
Mlo* •" dtjcribedre.il estate. to wit :
Cer T aiii r<-*i estate situate in Allegany town
.u Hotter county. Ha.., Beginning at a p>s
o:. lur tAauyo Corner on the Couder-purt am
Fhiharg ro .d in the said township, lUuuiu;.
-> uth forty-five degrees we-t iwcuty-thrct
T ,J. and *<: 1U to a post, thence wc&l twenty
j. ~c rod* and 3:lo to u pu*t. tiieiice u< l
„ ~-n!cen rods t> n |H>-t on the Owwayo road
■-.race ea<t forty-five rods and tc!o to tin
..ti ■ of h •ginning : conr titling lour acres o
. .iif, more or le.s, on which are erected oik
fame dwelling iiou-e, one frame -hop and
,jw frame barn, mid with some fruit tree
Mcrtou. A L.St I—A certain trict of laud
. oonnencing t the north-west cortie of a lo!
ol lan i bought of 0. A idrews. lying south ol
til o.wayo roud. then e we-t it.oug the Os
p*m iw4 to the m cr of mid t'benter An
,C(H. lot of land, thence south ..loug t lie
gin il line to S Win.-gar's corn-r. th -uee
*a! to connect with n board fen a* t' the
highway running from Coudersport to Eiiit
a r . thence tiorlli along the highway to the
A .ruer ot lour acres of I ui-l hought of C. An
drews colli 'iuing ahout four acres. ALSti—
,K certain lot of 1 iiij bouuded north by the
j.mdt o r A W Audr-.-rs, earthy lot in pos-es
t*ja of Jam • C. Hurts. south by lands of S.
Vinegar, and w. st by lan Is of A. \\ . Andrews;
, .i nning ten acre-, all improved wit 1 ; fruit
jrt. thtreou. Tn • above tie- ribed lots bc
i ig nil connected as ou- fartu.
- -iri-d. taken iu execution, and to be sold
♦- the property of Jam • t'. Curtis.
ALSO —Pertain real estate situate in
11, lor tow IK? hip, Potter eouutv, Pa.,
h unJed and described a> follows, viz :
On the north by unstated Lmds of the
i>; ighatu K state, east by lands of Henry
llaiius, south and west by Biii<rh:iut
|...ii'l; containing fid acres, being lot No.
J iot the allotment of lands of 11. 11.
j lent iii lleetor toiv.ishin. and part of
, riant No. 1 7i*'. ALSO —Ono other
.: - i,rue in i lector township, Potter Co.,
11. utided north by Bingham Lands.
**i bv Bingham Lands, south bv laud*
v ! lluiisecker and Garloek, west by lands
tornierly of Jes e Johnson; containing
in nd H:10 aer s, being lot No. 77 of
lb.- allotment of lands of 11. H. Dent iu
•ai l township, and part of warrant No.
i" x *; of which .<*acres are improved, six
i-chopped, with one frame dwelling
us.-, iiik iog house, two frame Lain*
.. 1 mic fruit trees tiK-reon, A! jSi)
• I oiiu-r lot, LmmieU north by M fef
mrly owned by Henry llivu kI Hiug
ioui L.tieL, ea.-t b\ Bingham Lands,
► null by Hing'.iatii iaiuds and lands of 11.
il Dent, and west by Bingham Lands;
. attaining lUd acres, being lot No. Hd iu
li< t-<r township, and part of warrant No.
of which L' i acres are improved,
with oic log hou-e, oue saw-mill and
sme fr lit trees thereon. ALSO—One
ythe r tract, *ituut'' in Hector and I lysses
t au-I,ips, bound :d north, cast, south
s 1 west bv lands J the iiingham Ks
tj.iv ; containing Ud acres, being lots
i % v lo i i said townships, and
j rt 1 w.trraut.s No*, ldd" V ISUO.
U>U —One other lot, bounded on the
i. rth by un>"ate 1 lauds, cast by Henry
l Leach, south by lauds of 11 unset ktr
A jari'tck, and vv -st h Ljucks ; eou-
Uning I'vMj acres of which I w entv acres
-r- iinj.roved, with one frame house, one
' . .. aru and an apple orchard thereon,
vizrd, taken iu execution, and to be
i i- the prop- r.y of Cornelius Luueks
tad C. 11 l^uek-.
kINU —Certain real estate situate in
1 township, Pott t Co., Pa., bounded
' n unit.i o) lot No. 14, ou the cast
. Hs 14, gg & d*), on the south
ti I i No. 'l'l au'l unseated lands of the
i> ii ham Kstate. and oil the west bv un
'i lauds and bv lots Nos, Id A o'i,
mg l.iiv \us. J I A Id of the sub-divi
the lauds ot the llingliatu K-tate
i *a.d township; containing one hun
tir. . u,l fifty-five acres, of which about
I' ■ J> res are improved, with three frame
i iv*. two traiue barns, one saw-mill and
•Ate fruit trees thereon. ALSO—Lot
• id, situa c iu township, county and
tc aloresani, bounded on the nor;it and
isvt by lot No. 14, ou the south by lot
-io. Id and unseated lands, on the west
by unseated lands and lot No. l.*>; euji
taiiiing IM4 acres, about twelve acres of
w .icli • re improved, with one log house,
tie frame house and one iruiuc barn
I'u-leoll.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
f] j the property of Klijah Johnson.
/■'• /</. AlXj—l wo-tbirds part of
11 tin v,- certain two tracts of land sit
t te on the waters of Kettle Crceck, in
"I--nardsiiii township, Potter count v, Pa.,
.a the warrantee name of Nickliu A
' itfii.ii, granted by tlm Coiutiiunwcaltli
i'i iin.- vlvaiiia. ) containing
< ' t! iHisand and ninety and a half acres
land, which Crosby \V. Kllis and
to orgi Su-wwrdson, lo deed dated the
4 ill J.i .of September, A. D. U5O,
i led to Oliver \\ Htsoii, which deed
• r< ...niioi in l'otter eouutv, iu Deed
* "Kl'agt s Jl7 A PJS, and the
' 1 H.ivcr Watson couveyetl the same by
: L-ariijfj date the twentieth day of
4 " iiJ* r, A. D. l>. r >o, to John F. Cow
'*: And the other tract surveyed in the
4j rraut, t . une ,f Nieklin A (_rilllth,
. g |,y the Con iiioiiw'ealtli of Penii
aforesaid. (No. h'J77,) containing
■ tUusmid and ninety-four and u half
' ' of which ten acres are improved,
*'"i a which arc erected three log burns
l| "i inn tog bouse.
N 'id, taktn in execution, and to be
* ! J n* the pmperty of John C. Dislge.
" • *'id Charles P. J)<xlg.
't". ALSO—Certain real estate
* ' '• ni Abbott tow nship, l'otter eoun-
I * , imunded on the north by lauds of
" Keating A: Co., cast by "lauds of
1 >V I 0., south and west by lantls of
0 • K ting \ Co.; containing fifty
acres, eg' n hieb ten acres are Improved,
Ut with utii- log house ami one log barn erec
tcJ thereou.
Seized, taken in execution and to be
K " sold as the property of il. Starkweather.
ALSO —Certain real estate situate in
Hector township, Potter county, Pa.,
bouuded north by unseated lauA-i, east by
i- the Tioga county line, south by lands of
= l Z. Mai lory and Guernsey, west by
lJ unseated lands; containing one hundred
® acres, more or lets, of which twenty-five
- acres are improved, with one frame house,
h one log stable and some fruit trees thereon.
'• Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Krastus Guernsey.
e ALSO—Certain real estate situate in
J Pike township. Potter county, Pa., bound
- ed on the east by the 'lioga county line,
' on tlie north by lands ol 0. I>. Goodman
A Co., on the west by lands of O. 14.
. Goodman, and on the south by lands of
- Samuel .M. Losey; containing two hundred .
- and twenty-five acres ol laud, on which
there is eighty acres improved, two frame
. houses, three frame barns, tivo bee-houses
• and other out buildings, apple orchard Ac.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
" sold as the property of A. T. Losey.
A LSD—Certain real estate, bounded
and described as follows, to wit: Situate
; in Sweden township, Potter county, Pa.,
t bounded on the north by liingham Lauds,
east by liiughain Lauds, south by lauds
j of James Pish and Keating Estate, and
west by Bingham Lands, being lot No.
i 7>i of the allotment ot Bingham Lands iu ,
t said township; containing eighty acres, i
; more or less, fifteen acres of which are i
• improved, with one log house and one
- log stable thereon.
t Seized, taken in execution and to he {
sold as the property oi Stephen liedsou i
and Jonathan Bedson.
ALSO —Certain real estate situate in !
• Genesee township, Potter county, Pa.,
hounded on the south by the road leading ;
from l lvsses to Genesee Porks, cast, west -
and north by lauds of O. W. llickeox ; ;
containing ten acres, six acres of which |
are improved, with one frame house, one j
frame barn, other out-buildings and suiite 1
fruit trees thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be '
sold as the property of Luinan WinchelJ.
AljS( )—Certain real estate situate in J.
Genesee township, l'otter eouutv, Pa., i
hounded on the north by lands of Silas <
Billings, east by lands of Theopliihts 1
Kaston, south by lands of Moses Daw ley, ;
d -ceased, and west bv lands of S. S. Bob- ~
erts; et ntaining fifty-seven acres of land, u
of which there is about tweuty acres im- 1
proved, with one water saw-uiiil, one frame
house, one frame barn, two plank houses L
and some fruit trees thereon. ~
Seized, taken iu execution, and to be t
sold as the property of-John Billings. P
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in
Hebron township, l'otter county, Pa., J
bounded ou the north by unseated lands it
ofS. M. Pox, dee d, east by unseated jj
lands of S. M. Pox, dee d, south by un- -
seated lands of S. M. Pox, dee d, and 11
west by unseated land* of S. M. Fox, t
dee'd, being lot No. 101 of the allotment r ,
of S. M. Pox; containing fifty acres of j
land, of which ten acres are improved, on '
which is erected one water saw-uiill and |
one board shantee.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be >
sold as the property of Win. G. ('armor, u
ALSO—Certain real estate situate iu 11
Bingham township, Potter County, Pa., 1
bounded north by lands of G. G. Oolviu, s
ou the east by lands of IN illiani Cobb, i
Walter Leonard and -J. B. Jones, on tiie :1
south bv 11. D. Ives, and on the west by 1
laud.-of Truman Kibbee ; containing one
hundred acres, with ;ihout fifty acres im- t
proved, on which are erected • ne frame n
dwelling house, one frame barn, and with •"
two apple orchards thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be j
sold as the property of James I'. Straight
and C. H. Ives.
ALSO—Certaiu real estate situate in
Pike towuship, Potter county, Pa., bound- 1
cd on the north by lands of Hensiker &
Garloek, east by lands of Ileusikcr A {
Gariock, south by warrant line of 7)127, <
and west by lands of Ileusikcr & Garloek; f
. containing 7)!J acres, being lot No, J7 of
f the allotment of the Ashley lands in Pike ,
, towuship, l'otter county, l'a., none of (
i which is improved. t
.Seized, taken in execution, and to be j
- sold as tlie property of John L. Phenix.
AljSO —Certain real estate, to wit: i
I A piece or parcel of land situated in l'ike i
- tow nship, Potter county Pa., hounded on
i the north and west by lauds of the estate
i of the late (). B. Gocdmau, dee'd, east bv ,
the Tioga and Potter county line, and i
i south by lands of Samuel M. Losey; con
: taining about two hundred and twenty- 1
- one acres.
1 Seized, taken in execution, and to be i
• sold as the property of A. S. Burnhainh
. aud Joseph K. Cole.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in '
1 the Borough of OoudersjMirt. beginning i
; at a post in the west line of Main street. !
being the south-east corner of John S. 1
! Mann's office lot, thence southerly by the |
west line of said street twenty feet, thence ,
J westerly at right angles with Main street i
sixty feet, thence northerly twenty feet j
to the office lot of John S." Mann, thence 1
' easterly by said lot sixty feet to the place ,
' of beginning, on which is erected one i
two-story office. i
Seized, taken in execution, and to le 1
sold as the property of Crosby W. Kllis. '
A. C. TAGGAKT, Sheriff, h
Ckmdenport, Aug. 2H>, 157)7. i
SCI.ME I'Ll 'THING of Cheney's manufai lox 1
un baud ut K. K. SI'ENCER'jS, <
I 10:2 D. W. S.. Ac' i
VNKW 2 BOIhSB 1.1 MBKK-WACON for <
. for by JOSKS. MANN A JUNES. I
", Coudcr port, June 11, ISoT.—tf, ji
MORTGAGE SALE.
I| \ V IKI UE of a writ of Levari Faciat is
-5 sued out ot tbe Co-art of (.'omcuoti Hk-at;
oi Hotter t'ouu'y, Pennsylvania, and to tlie di
rected. 1 shall expose m public sale or outcrv.
at the Couit House iu the Borough of Cou
derspoit. on .Monday, the 21st day of Septcui
bc-r. la-7. at iu o lock A. M..
All the Vmiber trees, of whatever species,
kind, or natuie. now growing and of the size
of ten inches in diameter at the stump, or that
may grow and attain to that size during the
period hereinafter mentioned, on all the here
iuaft-r mentioned and described tract-, parts
of tracts, pieces or parcels of land, situate in
the fountv of Hotu-r. and Stiteof Pennsylva
nia, containing. togUber. Ffty Thousand
Acres, allowances ice., us follow*, viz :
On all that certaiu tract or piece of lend
surveyed in pursuance of warrant number
four thou-and six hundred and thirty-two
(4.632.1 containing n:ue hundred and nineU
acres and allowance of six per cent, for load
we. ALSO—().i all that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant ruim- i
her four thousand six hundred and thirty-four.
■ i -i.O'M.) containing nine hundred and nintU
acres and allowance of six per c ut. fur ro d -
X••. ALSO—Ou all that certain tract, piece
or parcel of land surveyed in putsuance of
warrant number four thousand six hundred
and thirty-live, (4,bdj.) containing nine hun
dred and ninety acres and allowance of six
per cent, for roads vc. ALSO—On all that
certain tract or piece of land surveyed in pur
suance of warrant number four thousand six
hundred and forty-one, (4 6 tl,j containing |
nine hundred and nineiy acres and allowance
of six per cent, for roads .vc. ALSO—On a!i'
that cert 'in tract or piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand;
six hundred aud forty-three. 4,i43, containing
uuie hundred and ninety acres and allowance
of six jx-r ce.it. for roads £e. ALSO—On all
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thoi sand
- x hundred and forty-two, 4.G i 2. containing
nine hundred and ninety acres aud allowance
of s'x per cent, for roads Ac. Al.Sl)—Ua all
that ecrtam tract or piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
ox imudrt-d and forty-eight. 4.048. containing
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—Un all
tliat certain tract or piece of laud surveyed iu
pursuance of warrant numbc-r four thousand
•dx hundred nn 1 forty-nine, 4.G4U. containing
aine hundred and ninety acres and all jvvance
of six percent, for roads Ac. ALSO—Un.ali
that ceit iin tract or jiiece of laud -urveved in
p ;rsuaucc of warrant number four thousand
six hundred and tifty-live. 4.Gsfi, eontaiuiug
aine hundred and niu.ty acres and allowance
of six pr cent, for roads £<•. ALSO—On all
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
s:X hundred and li.'ty-eight. 4.058, containing j
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance ;
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On ail •
that certain tract or piece of land survey ed in i
pursuance of warrant number four thousand .
six liuudred and tiity-mne. 4.05y, containing ;
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance
ol six per cent, lor roads Ac. A L.St )—Ou all ,
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed iu
pursU.iiice of warrant number four thousand '
-it hundred and sixty-four. 4.664. containing <
uiue hundred aud ninety acres and allowance \
of six p r cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all .
that certain tract or r-it'ce of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
-ix hundred aud sixty-tive, 4.665. containing •
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance <
of six per cent, tor roads Ac. ALSO—On all <
that certain tract or piece of laud surveyed in (
pursuance of warrant number four thousand;
?ix hundred and sixty-six, 4,666, containing ~
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance 1
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all ;
that cirtaiu tract or piece of land surveyed iu ,
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
six hundred and sixty-seven, 4.667, containing
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance 1
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all (
that certain tract or piece of land survVved in •
pursuance of warrant number four thousand ,
six hundred and 4.668. cout titling
uine hundred and ninety acres and allowance
of six per cout. for roads Ac. ALSO—On all
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in I
pursuance of warrant number four thousand ]
six hundred and seventy-oue, 4.671. contain- .
ittg nine hundred aud ninety acres and allow
ance of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—
Oil all that certain tract or piece of land stir- :
veyed in pursuance of warrant number four
thousand six hundred aud s venty, 4,070. .
eontaiuiug time hundred anc ninety acres and,
allowance of six per cent, lbr roads Ac. AL
SO—On all that certain tract or p.ecc of land '
surveyed in pursuance of warrant number 1
four thousand nine hundred and thirty-two. ;
4,0 2. containing nine hundred and ninety
acres and allowance of six per ceut. for roads
Ac. ALSO—-On all tit it certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand nine hundred and thirty-three.
4.033, containing nine hundred and ninety i
acres and allowance of six per cent, for roads (
Ac. ALSO—On ail that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed iu pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand nine hundred and twent -uine,
4,920. containing uine hundred and ninety
acres and allowance of six per cent, for road- <;
Ac. ALSO —On all that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant No.
tour thousaud six liuudred and eighty-four.!
4,684. containing nine hundred aud ninety
acres and allowance of six per cent, for road-
Ac. ALSO—On all that certain tract or piece
ot land surveyed in pursuance ofwarraut No.
four thousand six liuudred and eighty-five.
4. eontaiuiug nine hundred and ninety
acres and allowance of six per cent, for roads
Ac. ALSO—On all that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance ot Warrant No.
four thousand six hundred and eighty-seven
4,687. containing nine hundred aud ninety
acrei and allowance of six per ceut. for road- •
Ac. ALSO—t "n all that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand seven hundred and seventy-;
eight. 4.778, eontaiuiug nine hundred aud
ninety acres and allowance of six per cent for
roads Ac. ALSO'—On all that certain tract
or piece of laud surveyed in pursuance ofwar
raut No. four thousand seven hundred and i
seventy-uine, 4,77y, containing nine liuudred
and ninety acres and allowance of six percent,
for road- Ac. ALSO—On all that certain tract
or piece of land surveyed in pursuance of war
rant No. four thousand seven hundred and j
thirty-four, 4.734. containing nine hundred end
ninety acres and allowance of six percent, for
roads Ac. ALSO—On all that certain tract
or piece of land surveyed in pursuance of
warrant No. four thousand six hundred and
forty, 4.64U, containing n : ne hundred and;
ni'iety acre- ami allowance of six per ceut. fur
roads Ac. ALSO—Ou ail that cert .in tract
or piece of land surveyed i ti pursuance of war
rant No four thousand seven hundred and
twenty-five. 4.725. containing nine hundred
and ninety acres and allowance of six percent,
for roads Ac. ALSO—On all that certain
tract or piece of land surveyed in pursuance
of warrant No. four thousand seven hundred
and seven, 4.707. containing nine hundred
and ninety acres and allowance of six per
cent for roads Ac. ALSO—On all that cer
tain tract or piece of land surveyed iu pursu
ance of warrant No. fjur thousand sevcu hun
drcd and nx. 4, 705, containing nine Luudrcvl
und'uiuc "acres and allowance of six per e<.at.
for roads &■;. ALSO —-On ull that certaifi
tract or piece of laud surveyed iu pursuant!
of warrant No. four thousand seven hundred
and fiw, 4. j" 05. containing niue hundred and
niue acres .-.ud uliowat.ee ol six per cent, for
roads Arc. ALSU—On all that certain tr.iv t
1 or piece ol laud surveyed iu pursuance of war
rant Xo. lour thousand seven hundred, 4.71>0.
coutaiuing uine hundred and jiiuety acres and
a lowimce of six per cut for roads &c. AL
SO—On all that ccrtaiti tract or piece of laud
surveyed iu pursuance of warrant Xo. four
LiOus.tnd six hundred and ninety-five, 4,6t'5.
containing nine luiudred and n nutv acres and
allowance of Ox per cent, for roads £c. AL
SO—On all that ccrtaiu tract or piece of laud
surveyed in pursuance of warrant Xo. four
tnouaaudseven hundred and tw euty-six. 4,726.
couiaining nine hundred and ninety acres and ,
allowance of six per cent, for roads xc. AL
SO—OiI all that certain tract or piece of laud
surveyed in pursuance of warrant Xo. four'
thousand six hundred aud st-v. uty-tive, 4.675.!
J containing nine hundred and ninety acres
and allowance uf >ix per ceut. for roads Ac.
j ALSO—On all that certain tract or. piece of :
iaud surveyed in pursuance of warr.-.ut Xo.
four thousand seven hundred and seventv
| seven. 4.. .7, containing nine hundred aud!
| ninety acres and allowance of six per cent, for
roads Ac. ALSO-—On ail that certain tractor
piece ol laud surveyed u pursuance of warrant
' Xo. four thousand six hunured end thirty-:
three, 4.653. containing line hundred ud j
ninety acres and allowance of s : x per cent, for
, roads Ac. AL.M)—On all that certain tract
or piece uf land survey* d iu purs taticc o!
warrant No. four thousand six hundred aud
lilt .. -L'j.'O. cunt iiuiiig niue hundred .ind nine-
Ity acr- s and ujlovmuev of s.x ju.r cent. for i
roads Ac. ALSO—Ua all that certain tract;
or piece of 1.-.ud surveyed iu pursuance of war
rant No. four thousand six luiut'r d and sev
. cuts-tour. 4.6. 1, contain.tig nine hundred and
mu-.ty acres aud allowance of six percent,
tor roads Ac. ALSO— On ail that certain
tract or piece of land .surveyed in pursuance
ot warrant No. four thousand six hundred and
sixty-niue, -LoOe, contaiuitig nine hundred
arid ninety acres aud allowance of six per
ceut. for roads Ac. ALSO—On ali that ccr
taiu tract or piece of laud surveyed in pursu
ance of warrant Xt. four thousand nine
hundred and thirty-four, 4.834, containing
uiue hundred aud niucty acres aud allowauce
of six per ceut tor roads Ac. ALSO—On aili
that piece of land, being s'x huuclred and forty
acres and allowance ol six per ceut. for roads,
Ac., of a certain tr.u t of laud surveyed in pur
• uauce of warrant No. four thousand six Hun
dred and lifty-one, 4.6.) 1. ALSO-Ou all that
piece of land, being six hundred and uiucty
iive acres and allowance of six per cent, for
roads Ac., of a certain tract surveyed in
purstiunec of warrant Xo. four thousand six
hundred an 1 fifty-two, 4,652. ALSO —On all
tiiat piece of land, being seven hundred and
Still-O acres an 1 al! .nance of six per cent,
for roods ,xc.. of all !li)t eerlain tract of land
surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. four
ihousaud six hundred and fifty-six. 4.654. — !
ALSO —On all that piece of land, being
live hundrcii and eighty-two acres and al
lowance of six per cent, for roads Ac., ol
a certain tract surveyed in puruancc of
warrant No. four thousand six hundred
and liny-seven, 4,057. ALSO —On all
that piece of land, being eight hundred
and torty acres and allowance of six per
cent, for roads A:c., of a certain tract sur
veyed in pursuance of warrant No. four
thousand nine hundred and twenty-eight,
4,928. ALSO—On ali that piece of laud,
being eight hundred aud forty acres and
allowance of six per cent, for roads Ac.,
of a certain tract surveyed in pursuance
of warrant No. four thousand nine hun
dred and twenty-three, 4,923. ALSO—
On all that piece of land being six hun
dred and lifty-five acres and allowance of
six per cent, for roads Ac., of a certain
tract surveyed iu pursuance of warrant
No. four thousand seven hundred and
twenty-seven, 4.727. ALSO —On all
that the west-half, being four hundred
and ninety-live acres and allowance of six
per ceut. for roads Ac., of a certain tract
surveyed in pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand six hundred and fifty-four,
4,054. ALSO —On all the wot-half,
being four hundred and ninety-five acres
and allowance ot six per cent, tor roads
&<*.., of a certain tmet surveyed iu pursu
ance of warrant No. four thousand six
hundred and fifty-three, 4,053. AI .SO
—On all that tract or piece of land sur
veyed iu pursuance of warrant No. four
thousand six hundred and eighty, 4.050.
containing niue hundred and ninety acres
and allowance of six per cent, for roads
Ac. ALSO—On all that certain tract or
piece of land surveyed in pursuance of
warrant No. four thousand six hundred
and seventy-three, 4 ,073, containing nine
hundred and ninety acres and allowance
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO —
On all tiie west-half, being four hundred
and ninety-five acres and allowance of six
per cent, for roads Ac., of a certain tract
surveyed iu pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand six hundred and seventy
two, 4,072.
AND ALSO —The right of free in
gress, egress and regress, in wnu through
and over the above described tracts, piec
es of tracts and parcels of lauds and eve
ry part and parcel thereof, to fell, cut.
hew, bark haul and take away the said
timber trees from the said lands, and also
the right to pile and store the said tim
ber trees on the said lands when cut and
divided into logs and timber until the
same can conveniently be hauled, floated
or carried away, and also the right to
build, make aud construct houses, roads
aud bridges, for the purpose of hauling
and taking away the logs and timber cut
and hewed from the said timber lands,
and also all the right to use the waters
aud streams of water in and upon the
said lauds and flowing through the saute,
to float and carry the logs and timber from
said lands—the said right to cut and carry
away timber trees from the said lands, as
above described, and all and siugular the
other rightsand privileges above mcuiioncd
and described, aud each of them—to contin
ue, aud to he u*ed and enjoyed, fur and
during the period of Fifty Years, to he
computed from the tifteeuth day of Febru
ary, A. I). 1850.
Seized, taken in execution, and to bo
sold as the property of •The Sun bury
' Canal and Water Puwer Company," at
the suit of Tohn Taggart, Trustee of J.
!. S. Stiver fi at.
A. C. TAGGACT, Sheriff.
Coudersport, Aug. 5. 1557.-3t.
IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.
CONSUMPTION
AND AI.L
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND THROAT
AR2 POSITIVELY
CrRIBLE BY INHALATION,
ViriJICH conveys the remedied to tiie cuvi-
V ▼ ties in the lungs through the air passa
ges, and coming in direct contact with the
discu-e. Uciilrnhzes the tubercular inattor. ai- •
lays tiie cough, cau.-es a tree and easy expec
toration, heals the lung;, purities the- blood,
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system. '
i giving that tone and energy o indispensable
i tor the restoration of heuiui. To be able to j
state confidently that Consumption is curable 1
! by inhalation, is to me a source ol unalloyed !
pleasure. It is as much under the control ot
m.dical treatment us any other formidable 1
disease; ninety out of every hundred cases
! can be cured in tne iirst stuges, uud hl'ty per
j ceut. in the second ; but iu tiie third stage it
is iiupo.sible to save more than five per cent..!
for the Lungs are so cut up by the disease as
to bid defiance to medical skill. Even, how- 1
ever, in the last stages. Inhalation affords ex- j
I traordinary relief to the suffering attending j
this fearful scourge, which annually destroys
ninety-five thousand persons in the United!
: ."Mutes alouc ; and a correct calculation shows
' that of the present population of the earth.
• eighty millions are uectim-d to fill the Con
j suuiptite's graves.
Truly the quiver of death bus no arrow so j
fatal as Consumption, la ail age; it lias been
the great enemy of life, for it spares neither
age nor sex, but sweeps off alike the brave,
to. beautiful, the graceful and the gifted. l!v
the help of that Kupreure Being from whom
cometh every good and perfect gift. 1 am eu
ahbie-d to oiler to the attiicled a permanent!
and speedy cure in Consumption. The first
cause of tubercles is from impure blood, and
the immediate effect produced by their depo
sition in the lungs is iu prevent the free ad
mission of air into the air cells, which causes i
a weakened vitality ihrougo the entire system,
i hen surely it is more rational to expect great
er good from medicines entering the cavities
of the lungs than from those administered
: ilirough the stomach; the patient will always
find tue luugs free and the breathing ease, af
ter Inhaling remedies. Thus, Inhalation i a
local remedy, nevertheless it acts constitution
ally. and with more power and certaiutv than
remedies administered by the stomach. To
prove the powerful and direct influence of this
this mode of ad minis! rut iou, chloroform
inhaled will entirely destroy sensibility iu a
few minutes, paralyzing the entire nervous
system, so that a limb may be amputated with
out the slightest pain; Inhaling the ordinary
; burning gas will destroy life iu a few hour--.
The inhalation of ammonia will rouse the
system when fainting or apparently dead. The
odor of many of the medicines is perceptible
in the skin a few minutes after being inhaled,
and may be immediately detected in tbe blood.
A convincing proof of the constitutional effects
of inhalation, is the fact that sickness is al
ways produced by breathing foul air—is not
this positive evidence that proper remedies,
carefully prepared and judiciously adminis
tered through the lungs should produce the
happiest results? During eighteen years
practice, many thousands suffering from dis
casts of the lungs and throat, have been un- j
dor my care, and 1 have effected many remark
able cures, even after the sufferers had been
pronounced in the last stages, which fully >at
lalics me that consumption is no longer a fatal
disease. My treatment of consumption is |
original, aud founded on long experience and
it thorough investigation. My perfect aequuin- '
lance with the nature of tubercles, A'c., ena
bles me to distinguish, readily, the various
' forms of disease that simulate consumption. 1
aud apply the proper remedies, rarely being !
mistaken even in a single can-. This famil
iarity. in connection witii certain pathological j
and microscopic discoveries, enables lae to rc- •
lieve the lungs from the effects of contracted
chests, to enlarge the chest, purify the blood,
impart !u it renewed vitality, giving energv
and tone to the entire system.
Medicines with full direction- sent to anv
part of the United Slates and Uauadns by j>-
lients communicating their symptoms by letter.
But the cure would be more certain if rhe
pati.'Ut ;!io jid pay tne a visit, which would
give mr hu opportunity to examine the lung
and enable me to prescribe with mu<*h greater
Certaiutv. auei then tbe cure could be effected :
vviihoul my seeing the patient again.
< W. < 11; Al I AM, M. IX,
Office 1131 Filbert Street,
No. below Twelfth,
PHILADELPHIA. PA.
COURT PROCLAMATION.
the lion. Robert G. White.!
President Judge, and the Hons. Joseph I
Maun and G. G. ( ohin. Associate Judges ot
the Courts of Oyer A Terminer and General Jail
Delivery. Quarter Sessions of the Peace. Orph
ans' Court and Court of Common Pleas for the i
County of Potter, have issued their precept,
bearing date the fifth day of August, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun-j
dreii aud fifty-seven, and to uie directed, for i
holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and i
General Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the
P. ave, Orphans' Court, nuil Court ol Common
Pleas, in the Borough ofCotidetspori. on .MON
DAY, the 21.-4 day of September next, and to :
continue one week.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor
oners. Justices ot the Peace, and Constables
within the county, that they be then uud there
in their proper persons, at lo 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. Aud those who are bound by
their recognizances to prosecute against tin
prisoners that are or shall be iu the jail of said
county of Potter, are to be then and there to
prosecute against them as w ill be just.
Dated at CorDKMPOKT. August sth, 1857. !
and the blst year of the Independence of the
United States of America.
A. C. TAGGART. Sheriff.
PROCLAMATION.
Thorn*! J. llart. | No. lid Sept. Term, 1857.!
r*. .- In the Common Pleas of
Elizabeth llart. J Potter County.
I.IUKL IX ItIYOUCK.
And now, to wit., July 31st, 1857, n Sub-!
pu-ua and alia* Subpama having been issued
and returned Xihil iu this case, the said res
pondent, Kluarkth Uabt, is hereby required
to appear in said Court, on the 21st day ol
September next, to uuswei the complaint set
forth by the Libellam.
PL*. A. C. TAGGART. Sheriff
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County of Potti-r, rs. C. W. Ellis A JAEDM
W. Smith.
Trustees of Bingham Estate, vs. Jacob H.
Redtier.
County of Pott- r, vs. E.Johnston A Jine
Bump lid.
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George .Vudrews. \s. Amos I). Nichols,
i C. Evciin Jr. vs. Jonathan Card, fct. ttl.
Beiij. Smith, vs. Isaac Lyman.
Pike Township, vs 1). Chappel.
M hartoii Scliuoi L>isfrict, vs. Julius Johujoit.
Isaac Pearce. use of Doty A Doty. re. Frnk
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Levi Annis, vs. W. T. Jones.
K. M. Carp -utcr, is. Chas. Armstrouj.
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liosoa Gushing, vs. B. Burse - &. Ansly.
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Vesta C. Dike. Jtc., vs C. P. Dike.
Win T. Jones, vs. Jackson <£ Urea.
A. \\ . \\ iiliams. vs. Deloss H. Dunbar.
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Jos. A. Leonard, vs. J. Stevenson.
Josiab Bump. vs. 11. S. Carrier.
Collins Smith, vs. Morris S. Carpenter.
Potter t'ounty-, vs. Hunt & Crittenden.
.M. Howe A Lo. vs.VS . T Junes.
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H. J. OIKSILO. Proth.y.
Coudersport. Aug. 3d. lc5T.
is hereby given that i'rupu
sals will be received at the Office oi'
the Town Council until the first duv of
September next, l'ur the building of Side
Walks then unbuilt, in accordance wit 1 '
the Ordinance passed Mav 2fi, iSdT.
liv Order ol Town Council.
SAMUEL 11. STORKS,
Sec y. of Town Cuuneil.
! Coud?rep<rt Aug. dd. 1 Sf7.
LEWiSVILLE STEAM GRIST MiLL.
NK W AKUAXOK >1 KX T.
undersigned having bought out all
1. former owners of the LexrDville Su-aiu
• >ri.t Mill are now prepared to do all manner
1 oi'grinding, as they believe, to the satGGs
-1 UOll of their customers. Coiue and dee.
O. A. LEWIS.
CKAYTuN LEW LA
Ulysses. Feb. 28. 1857.—D-IJit.
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