The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, September 03, 1857, Image 3

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    SHERIFFS SALES.
HY VIRTUE of sundry writs of Venditioni
Hifjonat sod Fieri Facta* issued out of the
I'uurl of Common Pleas ol Potter Co., Peiiua.,
uu'l i" me directed. 1 shall expose to public
or outcry, nl lire Court House in tire Bor
ough of Coudersport, ou Monday the 2lst day
of September, 185 V, ut 10 o'clock, A. M., the
follow ill,' described real c date, to wit :
Ciilaiu real e&tute situate iu Allegany town
ship Potter county, Pa., Beginning at a post
on tlie OiU ivo coiner on the Couder.sport and
blli-burg io id in the .-aid township, running
S-mib forty-live degrees wc-t twenty-three
lods and S:lo to a post, thence west tWeiity
liiUV rods and 3:IU to a pc !, tlielic.' 110 ill
icviuleen rods to a post on the Oswayo road,
llit nee eat forty live rods and y:IU to the
jd ice of beginning ; containing lour acres ol
j jud, more or less, uii which are erected one
frame dwelling house, ouc frame shop and
auue frame barn, and with some fruit trees
thereon. ALSO —A certain tract of land
couiuiviiciug at tlie north-west eorue ■ of a lot
.of lutiJ bought of C. Andrews, lying south ol
the Uswugo road, thence west along the Os
aao road to the corner of said Chester An
drew* lot of laud, thence south along the
,oiigm.il hue to £5 Wiuegar's corutr, thence
.j,t to connect with a board ft-uce to the
highway ruamug l'row Coudersport to fcillis-
Lutg, thence north along the highway to the
corner of lour acres of land bought of C. An
olrsvs; containing about four acrca. ALSU—.
Ji. certaiu lot of land bounded north by the
:>aiid* of A VV. Andrew s, east by lot in possei
yiuu ut James C. Curtis, south by lands of S.
Vfiaegar, and west by lau is of A. \V. Andrews;
..oaUMuitig leu acres, all iuiuroved, with fruit
grecs tliereou. Thd above described lots be
allcouuectud as one farm.
;>cixed, taken in execution, and to be sold
it* the property of J tunes Curtis.
A LrfO —Certain real estate situate in
Hector township, Hotter county, Ha.,
-Bounded aud described as follows, viz :
•On the north by unseated lands of the
iiiiigh.itu 1J state, east by lands of Henry
Hsiiicg, aouth aud west by Biuirham
j.auds; containing f>U acres, being lot No.
7U of the allotment of lands of JI. 11.
Heal in Hector township, and part of
atrraut No. 1790. ALSO—Una other
jot situate in Hector township, Hotter Co.,
i n : Hounded north by Bingham Lands,
omit by Bingham Lands, jouth by lands
ut Huiuecker and Gurluck, west by lauds
iwrincrly of Jesse Johnson ; containing
I'U sun 11:10 acres, being lot No. 77 of
the allotment of lands of 11. 11. Dent in
taid township, and jmrt of warrant No.
17? v ; of which 50 acres are improved, six
acres chopped, with one trance dwelling
bouse, one log house, two frame barne
slid some fruit trees thereon. ALSO—
One other lot, bounded north by lot for
merly owned by Henry Hayiiesaud Bing
ham Lands, east by Bingham Lands,
-culli by Bingham Lands and lands of 11.
11 Dent, and west by Bingham Lands;
illuming 100 acres, being lot No. On in
Hector township, and part of warrant No.
13;4 ; of which -5 acres are improved,'
:tli one log house, one saw-iuill and
• ii.ef.uit trees thereon. ALSO—One
•her tract, situate in Hector and t lyases
. • uah.ps, bounded north, east, south
i wr-t h\ lands of the Bingham Ks
.•ie; Miitniuing 100 acres, being lots
V'.# 14 s * & L><> in said townships, and
j.srt* of warrants Nos. 1200 & 1800.
il.Mi One other lot, bounded on tlie
iijrth i v unseated lands, east by Henry
U Leach, south by lauds of Ilunsecker
\ omlock, aud west by Loueks; con
u.uing 100 acres of which twenty acres
u* improved, with one frame house, one
Jritii. I-arn and au applo orchard thereon.
s - u inken ia execution and to be sold as j
'■i pi"i i*rty oft', and C. 11. (mucks.
A I>o -Certain real estate situate in
1' it township, I'otter Co., Ha., bounded
•• tin holll, bv lot No. 14 ,on the cast i
> lot- No*. 11, 22 cV 85, on the south
t No 22 and unseated lands of the
i gliaui J>tatc, and on the west by un-j
*lct| lands aud by lots NoS. U V Bti,
V- 11 A 12 of the sub divi
■ - • ol the lands of the Bingham Estate
- *id tow nship ; containing one hun
*'■ 1 and tifty-five acres, of which abuut
•A - r's are improved, with three frame
- •, two frame barns, one saw-mill and
->• lruit trees thereon. ALSO —Lot
-•, situate in township, county and
' • aforesaid, bounded uii the north and
•- by lot No. 14, on the south by lot
lo and unseated lands, ou the west
unseated lauds and lot No. 15; con
ng D>4 acres, about twelve acres of
* vh arc improved, with one log house,
-f Iraine house and one frame barn
I*oll.
vii.-d, taken in execution, and to be
• sa tin- property of Elijah Johnson.
• In. ALSO —Two-thirds part of
- tine certain two tracts of land sit
• n the waters of Kettle Crceck, in
*arlMn township, Hotter county, Ha.,
hi the warrantee name of Nicklin *.V
Inb, granted by the Commonwealth
-\lvania, (No. 5950.) containing
|uand aud ninety aud a half acres
-"'I, which Crosby W. Ellis and
wartlson, by deed dated the
• day of September, A. I). liiso,
1 t-. Oliycr Watson, which deed
'•••d in I'otter county, in Deed.
r "k . Hageg HJ7 A and the
■ 1 fiver W at sun conveyed the same by
b*ariiig date the twentieth day ot
' t, A D. l*. r )0, to John F. I'uw
hul the other tract surveyed in the
naiu*. if Nicklin Griffith,
by the Commonwealth of Penu
aforesaid, (No. 5957,) containing 1
' usand and ninety-four and a half
" ! which ten acres are improved) i
■' *bich are erected tliree log bariip
'We li.jr house.
taken in execution, and to be
J r K'-p' ity of John c. Dodge,
Charles Y Dodge.
, '" ALSO—Certain real estate
i. .* ,J Abbott township, Hotter coun
j ~'" on the north by lands of
• atiiur A (J u f east by lands of
I u ' ■'' s,,ul ' l vrwt by lauds of
'-tiiiig A Co.; containing fifty
*hir i, t<-u acres are improved,
. with one log house and one log barn erec
t ted thereon.
■!' iSeized, taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of H. Starkweather.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate'in
"i Hector township, Hotter county. Ha.,
. bounded north by unseated lands, east by
the Tioga county line, south by lands ol
. Z. Mai lory and Guernsey, west by j
. unseated lands ; containing one hundred
acres, more or less, of which twenty-live
acres are improved, with one frame house, !
i olio log stable and some fruit trees thereon,
j Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Erastus Guernsey.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in,
Hike township, Hotter county, Ha., bound-1
cd on the east by the Tioga county line,
on the north by lands of O. B. Goodman;
& Co., on the west by lands of O. B. I
Goodman, and on the south by lands olj
Samuel M.Losey; containing two hundred
and twenty-live acres of land, on which
there is eighty acres improved, two frame
houses, tliree frame barns, two bee-houses'
and other out buildings, apple orchard &e.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of A. T. Losey.
ALSO —Certain real estate, bounded
and described as follows, to wit: Situate!
in Sweden township, Hotter county, Ha.J
bounded on the worth by Bingham Lands,
east by Bingham Lands, south by lands
of James Fish aud Keating Estate, and
west by Bingham Lauds, being lot No.
57 of the allotment of Bingham Lands iu
said township; containing eighty acres,J
more or less, fifteen acres of which are
improved, with one log house and one
log stable thereon.
Seized, taken iu execution and to be
sold as the property of Stephen lledson
aud Jonathan lledson.
ALSO-—Certain real estate situate in;
Genesee township, Hotter county, Pa.,
bounded on the suuth by the road leading,
from LTysses to Genesee Forks, east, west;
and north by lands of O. W. Hickcox;-
containing ten acres, six acres of which >
are improved, with one frame house, one;
frame barn, other out-buildings and some
fruit trees thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Lunian Winchcll.
ALSO —Certain real estate situate in
Genesee township, Potter county, Ha.,
bounded on the north by lands of Silas
Billings, east by lands of Theopliilus; l
Easton, south bv lands of Moses Dawley, I
deceased, and west by lands of S. S. Rob
erts; containing fifty-seven acres of land,;
of which there is about twenty acres iui- -,
proved, with one water saw-mill, one frame ! 1
house, one frame barn, two plank houses ;
and some fruit trees thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be ,
sold as the property of .John Billings. • i
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in I
Hebron township, Hotter county, Ha., :
bounded on the north by unseated lands
of S. M. Fox, doe'd. east by unseated i
lauds of S. M. Fox, doe'd, south by un- j
seated lands of S. M. Fox, dee'd, and 1
west by unseated lands of S. M. Fox,' 1
dee'd, being lot No. 101 of the allotment ,
of S. M. Fox; containing fifty acres of j
land, of which ten acres are improved, on :
which is erected one water saw-mill and 1
one board shantee.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Win. G. Carnier. .
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in j i
Bingham township, Potter County, Fa.,;'
bounded north by lands of G. 0. Colvin, '
on the cast by lands of William Cobb, I!
Walter Leonard and J. B. Jones, on the i
south by 11. D. Ives, and on the west by •
lands of Truman Kibbee ; containing one; 1
hundred acres, with about fifty acres im- (
proved, on which are erected one frame (
dwelling house, one frame barn, and with L
two apple orchards thereon. . ;
Seized, taken in execution, and to be j
sold as the property of James P. Straight
aiulC. ll.lves. |i
ALSO —Certain real estate situate in
Hike township. Hotter county, Pa , bound
ed on the north by lands of Hensiker &.
Gar lock, east by lands of llensiker &
Gavloek, south by warrant line of 5127,
and west by lands of llensiker A Garlock;
containing 50 acres, being lot No, 87 of
the allotment of the Ashley lands in Pike
township, Potter couuty, Pa., none of
which is improved.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of John L. Phenix.
j ALSO—Certain real estate, to wit:
A piece or parcel of land situated in Pike
township, Potter county Pa., bounded on
the north and west by lands of the estate
of the late O. B. Gocdnmn, dee'd, east by
the Tioga and Potter couuty line, and
south by lauds of Samuel M. Loscy; con
taining about two hundred and twenty
one acres.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of A. S. Burnham
and Joseph R. Cole.
ALSO —Certain real estate situate in
the Borough of Coudersport, beginning
at a post in the west line of Main street,
being the south-east corner of John S.
Mann's office lot, thence southerly by tlie
west line of said street twenty feet, thence
westerly at right angles with Main street
sixty feet, thence northerly twenty feet
to tlie office lot of John S. Mann, thence
easterly by said lot sixty feet to the place
of beginning, on which is erected one
two-story office.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Crosby W. Ellis.
AL.SO—Certain real estate situate in Gen
esee township, Hotter Co., Pa., bounded on
the north lot No. 45, east by lot No. 47,
south by lot No. 48 ami Bingham Estate, and
on the west by unseated lands of the Bingham
Estate, being lot No, 46 of the allotment of
Fox and Boss lands in said township) 1
tnining 187 and 7-10 acres of land, about forty
acres of which are improved.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of Samuel Hurd.
; Aug. 20. A. C. TAGGART, Sheriff. |
MORTGAGE SALE.
• T) V VIRTUE of a writ of Levari Facia* is- 1
sued out of the Court of Common Pleas 1
of Potter County, Pennsy Ivania, and to me di- !
rected. I shall expose to public sale or outcry,
jat the Court House in the Borough of Cou- 1
dersport, on Monday, the 21st day of Septeni
her, 1857, at loo lock A. M.,
All the timber trees, of whatever species,
kin*!, or nature, now growing and of the size
: of ten inches in diameter at the stump, or thai
may grow and attain to that size during the!
period hereinafter mentioned, on ail the here
inafter mentioned and described tracts, parts!
of tracts, pieces or parcels of land, situate in!
the County ol Potter, aud State yf l'enusylva-j
ni:i, containing, together, Ffly Thousand!
Acres, allowances Ac., as follows, viz :
On all that certain tract or piece of land'
surveyed iu pursuance of warrant number j
lour thousand six hundred and thirty-two. ,
I (4,632,) containing nine hundred and ninety j
j acres and allowance of six per cent, for roads'
• Ac. ALSO--On all that certain tract or piece j
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant num
ber four thousand six hundred and thirty-four, i
• (4,834.) containing nine hundred and ninety
acres aud allowance of six per cent, for roads
| Ac. ALSO—On all that certain tract, piece |
|or parcel of land surveyed in pursuance of!
i warrant number four thousand six hundred
j and thirty-five, (4,>35,) containing nine hun
! drcd and ninety acres aud allowance of six
per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all that
j certain tract or piece of land surveyed in pur- I
I suance of warrant number four thousand six -
j hundred and forty-one, (4.811,) containing
nine hundred aud ninety acres and allowance j
jof six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all ,
that certain tract or piece of laud surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
i six hundred and forty-three, 4.C 13. containing
j 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 j
pursuance of warrant number four thai sand !
is x hundred and forty-two. 4.642, containing
1 nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance
lof six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all '
i that certain tract or piece of land surveyed iu I
I pursuance of warrant number four thousand i
j six hundred aud forty-eight, 4.648, containing
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance
lof six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all .
| that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in ;
[ pursuance of warrant number four thousand!
six hundred and forty-nine, 4,64J, containing J
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance I
of six percent, for road* Ac. ALSO—On all I
that certain tract or piece of laud surveyed in
I pursuance of warrant number four thousand!
six hundred and tifty-five, 4.655, containing,
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 of warrant number four thousand!
six hundred and liity-e;ght. 4,658, containing j
nine hundred and ninety acres aud allowance i
of six per cent, 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 tifty-nine, t,65b, containing!
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance j
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all .
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand j
six hundred and sixty-four, 4,664, containing '•
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 of w arrant number four thousand
six hundred and sixty-live, 4,665, containing ; ■
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance <
of six per cent, for roads &e. ALSO—On all •
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in |
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
six hundred and sixty-six, 4,666, containing I"
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance ; '
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all j:
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in ,
pursuance of warrant number four thousand | (
six hundred and sixty-seven, 4,667, containing !
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance (
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all j '
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in *
pursuance of warrant number four thousand j,
six hundred and sixty-eight, 4,668. containing \ |
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance }
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all I
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in j'
pursuance of warrant number four thousand I
six hundred and seventy-one, 4,671, contain-!,
ing nine hundred and ninety acres and allow- j
ance of six percent, for roads Ac. ALSO—|J
On all that certain tract or piece of land snr- i 1
veyed in pursuance of warrant number lour I J
thousand six hundred and s veuty, 4,670,
containing nine hundred and ninety acres ami\
allowance of six per cent, for roads Ac. AL- !
SO—On all that certain tract or piece of laud 1'
surveyed in pursuance of warrant number!'
four thousand nine hundred and thirty-two, !;
4, It 2, containing 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 of warrant No.
four thousand nine hundred and thirty-three, '
1,f'33, containing nine hundred and ninety i
acres and allowance of six per cent, for roads ;
<Xe. ALSO—On all that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of w arrant No. '■
four thousand nine hundred and twent -nine, i 1
4.'j2'J, containing nine hundred ami ninety
acres and allow ance of six per cent, fur roads ; i
Ac. ALSO—On all that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. |
four thousand six hundred and eighty-four, \
4.684, containing nine hundred and ninety j
acres and allowance of six per cent, for roads t;
Ac, ALSO—On all that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of w arrant No.
four thousand six hundred and eighty-live, ;
4.685, containing nine hundred and ninety
acres and allowance of six per cent, for roads
Ac. ALSO—■(.>ll all that certain tract or piece '
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand six hundred and eighty-seven.
4,687, containing nine hundred and ninety
j acres aud 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 seven hundred and seventy
eight, 4.778, containing 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 iu pursuance of war
! rant No. four thousand seven hundred and
seventy-nine, 4,77b, containing nine hundred
and ninety acres and allowance of six percent,
for roads \c. ALSO—On all that certain tract
j or piece of land surveyed in pursuance of war
rant No. four thousand seven hundred and
thirty-f0ur,4,734, containing nine hundred and
ninety acres and allowance of six percent, for
roads Ac. ALSO—OiI all that certain tract'
or piece of land surveyed in pursuance of
warrant N<>. four thousand six hundred and
forty, 4,640, containing 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 of war
rant No four thousand seven hundred and
twenty-live, 4,725, containing nine hundred
and ninety acres aud allowance of six percent,
for roads Ac. ALSO —Ou all that certain
tract or piece of land surveyed iu 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 tr.vct or piece of land surveyed in pursu
( ance of warrant No. four thou mud scv n hun
j dred and aix. 4,7u6, coat.lining nine hundred j
aud uine acred and allowance of six per cent.
| for roads Ac. ALSU—On all that certain i
j tract or piece of laud surveyed iu pursuance;
j of warrant No, four thousand seven hundred
| and five, 4,705, contaiuiug nine hundred and
| nine acres And allowance of six per cent, fori
toads ie. ALSO—On all that certain tract 1
or piece of land survey ed in pursuance of war- i
rant No. four thousand seveu hundred, 1,700,
I containing nine hundred and ninety acres and
j a loAiutce of six per cwut. for roads Ac. AL- '
SO —On all that certain tract or piece of laud J
j surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. four
; llnius unl six hundred and ninety-five, 4,095,!
; containing nine hundred and ninety acres and
I allowance of six per cent, for roads &c. AL- j
I SO—On all that certain tract or piece of land
surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. four
; thousand seven hundred aud twenty-six, 4,726.!
: containing nine hundred and ninety acres and .
i allowance of six per cent, for roads Ac. AL
; SO—On all that certain tract or piece of laud '
; surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. four
thousand six hundred and seventy-five, 4,675. |
containing nine hundred aud ninety acres'
j and Allowance of six per ceut. for roads Ac.
ALSO—On all that certain tract or piece ofi
land surveyed in pursuance of warrant No.
! four thousand seven hundred and seventy
seven, 4,777, containing nine hundred and
ninety acres and allowance of six percent, for
roads Ac. ALSO On all that certain tractor
, piece ol laud surveyed in pursuance of warrant I
No. four thousand hundred and thirty- !
three, 4.6113, containing 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 of
warrant No. lour thousand six hundred aud
fifty, 4,650, containing uiuc hundred and nine
ty acr s and allowance of six pur cent, for,
roads Ac. ALSO—On nil that certain tract
or piece ol land surveyed in pursuance of war- '
runt No. four thousand six hundred and sev
j cnty-tour, 4,674, containing nine hundred aud 1
ninety acres ami allowance of six percent.!
for roads Ac. ALSO—On all that certain |
tract or piece of land surveyed in pursuance;
of warrant No. lour thousand six liuudred and
sixty-nine, 4,669, containing nine hundred;
and ninety acres and allowance of six per j
j ceut. l'or roads Ac. ALSO—On all that cer
tain tract or piece of laud surveyed in pursu- i
jance of warrant No. four thousand uine j
hundred thirty-four, 4,934, containing j
niuo hundred and ninety acres aud allowance j
of six per cent for roads Ac. ALSO--On all i
that piece of land, being six liuudred and forty
acres and allowance of six per ceut. for roads
Ac., of a certain tract of land surveyed in pur
suance of warrant No. four thousand six Li mi- !
drcd ami fifty-one, 4,651. ALSO-Ou all that
piece of laud, being six hundred and ninety-,
five acres and allowance of six per cent, for j
roads Ac., of a certain tract surveyed in ;
pursuance of warrant No. four thousand six j
hundred and fifty-two, 4,652. ALSO—OiI all
that piece of hmd, being seven liuudred and
ninety acres and allowance of six per cent. |
for roads Ac., of all that certain tract of land •
surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. four
thousand six liuudred and fifty-six, 4,650. — j
ALSO —On all that piece of land, being;
live hundred and eighty-two acres and al
lowance of six per cent, for roads Sic., of
a certain tract surveyed iu puruance of
warrant No. four thousand six hundred
and fifty-seven, 4,057. ALSO —On all;
thai piece of land, being eight hundred
and forty acres and allowance of six per
cent, for roads Ac., of a certain tract sur
veyed in pursuance of warrant No. four
thousand nine liuudred and twenty-eight,
4,1)23. ALSO —On all that piece of laud, I
being eight hundred and forty aeres and
allowance of six per cent, for roads &e.,
of h certain tract surveyed in pursuance
of warrant No. four thousand nine hun
dred and twenty-three, 4,923. ALSO—
On all that piece of laud being six hun
dred and fifty-live acres and allowance of
six per cent, for roads Ac., of a certain
tract surveyed in 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-five acres and allowance of six
per cent, for roads Ac., of a certain tract
surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. I
four thousand six hundred and fifty-four,
1,054. ALSO —On all the west-half,
being four hundred and ninety-live acres j
and allowance of six percent, for roads
Ac., of a certain tract surveyed in pursu
ance of warrant No. four thousand six
hundred and fifty-three, 4,053. ALSO;
—On all that tract or piece of land sur- i
veyed iu pursuance of warrant No. four
thousand six hundred and eighty, 4,080,
containing nine hundred and ninety acres j
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 ceut. for roads &e. ALSO —-
On all the west-half, being four hundred
and ninety-five acres and allowance of six
per cent, for roads Sic., 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 upon through
and over the above described tracts, piec
es of tracts and parcels of lands and eve
ry part and parcel thereof, to fell, cut,
hew, hark 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 aud
divided into logs and timber until thei
same can conveniently he hauled, floated
or carried away, and also the right to
build, make and construct houses, roads
and bridges, for the purpose of hauling
and hiking away the logs and timber cut
and hewed from the said timber lands,'
land also all the right to use the waters I
and streams of water in and upon the i
said lauds and flowing through the same,
to float aud 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 singular the
other rights an d privileges above mentioned
and described, and each of them—to contin
ue, and to be used and enjoyed, for and
during the period of Fifty Years, to be
computed from the fifteenth day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1850.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sultl a? the property of " The Sunbury
: Canal and Water Power Company," at i
the suit ofTohu Taggart, Trustee of J. '
! S. Silver tt aI.
A. 0. TAGGART, Sheriff.
Coudersport, Aug. 5, 1857.-3t.
IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. '
CONS U NIPTIO N
ANI ALL *
; DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND THROAT
ARE POSITIVELY
CIRAULE 111 INHALATION, 7
nnilL'll conveys the remedies to the cavi
ties in (lie lungs through the air passu-
ges, and coining iu direct contact with the
I disease, neutralizes the tubercular mutter, al
i lays the cough, causes it free .and easy expec- I
1 1oration, heals the lungs, purifies the blood,
, imparts renewed vitality to the nervous si stem,
giving that tune and energy so indispensable
; tor the restoration of health. To be able to
I state confidently that Consumption is curable
; by inhalation, is to me a source of unalloyed
j pleasure. It is as much under the control of 11
medical treatment as any other formidable t
disease; ninety out of every hundred cases j J
can be cured in the first stages, and fifty per!
cent, in the second ; but in the third stage it j 1
is impossible to save more than five per cent., j
j for the Lungs are so cut up by the disease as j
to bid defiance to medical skill. Even, how-I
ever, in the last stages, Inhalation affords ex- j
. traordinary relief to the suffering attending I
1 this fearful scourge, which annually destroys j
ninety-five thousand persons in the • United
States alone ; and a correct calculation shows \
that of the present population of the earth,
eighty millions arc destined to till the Con- j
1 sumptive's graves.
; Truly the quiver of death has no arrow so
fatal as Consumption. In all ages it has been j
the great enemy of life, for it spares neither v
j age nor sex, but sweeps off alike the brave, (
th< beautiful, the graceful and the gifted. By
t lie help of that Supreme J icing from whom
cometli every good and perfect gift, I am en- (
I alibied to offer to the alllicted a permanent
and speedy cure in Consumption. The first i
cause of tubercles is from impure blood, and t
the immediate effect produced by their depo
! sition iu the lungs is to prevent the free ad
! mission of air into the air cells, which causes ,
j a weakened vitality through the entire system. 1
Then surely it is more rational to expect great
: er good from medicines entering the cavities
!of the lungs than from those administered
j through the stomach; the patient will always ,
i find the lungs free and the breathing easy, uf
ter Inhaling remedies. Tims, Inhalation is a
i local remedy, nevertheless it acts coustitution
-1 ally, and with more power and certaiuty than
| remedies administered by the stomach. To
I prove tlie powerful and direct influence of this
j this mode of administration, chloroform
; inhaled will entirely destroy sensibility in a
; few minutes, paralyzing the entire nervous
| system, so that a limb may be amputated with
out the slightest pain; Inhaling the ordinary
burning gas will destroy life in a lew hours.
The inhalation of ammonia will rouse the
i system when fainting or apparently dead. The j
odor of many of the medicines is perceptible
in the skiu a few minutes after being inhaled,
and may be immediately detected in the blood.
A convincing proof of the constitutional effects
of inhalation, is the fact that sickness is al-
I 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
eases of the lungs and throat, have been un
der my care, and 1 have effected many remark
able cures, even after tfie sufferers bad been
pronounced in the last stages, which fully sat
isfies me that consumption is no longer a fatal
disease. My treatment of consumption is
original, and founded on long experience and
a thorough investigation. .My perfect acquain
tance with the nature of tubercles, Ac., ena
bles nie to distinguish, readily, the various
forms of disease that simulate consumption,
j and apply the proper remedies, rarely being
mistaken even in a single case. This famil
iarity, in connection with certain pathological
and microscopic discoveries, enables me to re
lieve the lungs from the effects of contracted
chests, to enlarge the chest, purify the blood, ,
impart to it renewed vitality, giving energy
and tone to the entire system.,
Medicines with full directions sent to any \ j
■ part of the United States and Cauudas bv pa- j
ticnts communicating their symptoms by letter. (
Hut the cure would be more certain if tin
patient should pay me a visit, u liic-h would
give me ail opportunity to examine the lungs '
and enable me to prescribe with much greater .
; certainty, and then the cure could be effected
I without my seeing the patient again.
O, W. GRAHAM, M. I>.,
Office 1131 Filbert Street, (Old
No. 109,) below Twelfth,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
COURT PROCLAMATION.
t
\\ T HEREAS the Hon. Robert G. White. t
T v President Judge, and the Hons. Joseph 1 [
Mann and G. G. Colvin, Associate Judges of
the Courts of Oyer A Terminer and General Juii |
Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orph- j
ans' Court and Court of Common Pleas for the j ,
; County of Potter, have issued their precept.'
bearing date the fifth day of August, inj .
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun- ;
! dred and fifty-seven, and to me directed, for
holding a Cuflrt of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the
Peace, Orphans' Court, and Court of Common
Pleas, in tin* Borough of Coudersport, on MON
DAY, tiie 21st day of {September next, and to
continue one week.
j Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor
oners, Justin's of the Peace, and Constables
within the county, that they be then and there
in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of
said day, with their roils, records, inquisitions,
I examinations, and other remembrances, to do
those things which to their offices appertain <
;to be done. And those who are bound by
; their recognizances to prosecute against the
prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of said
1 county of Potter, are to be then and there to
prosecute against tlieiu as will be just.
Dated at Coudersport. August sth, 1857,
and the 81st year of the Independence of the
United States of America.
A. C. TAGGART, Sheriff.
PROCLAMATION.
Thomas J. Hart, | No. 143 Sept. Term, 1857.
vs. y In the Common Pleas of
Elizabeth Hart. J Potter County.
UItKL, IN DIVORCE.
And now, to wit., July 31st, 1857, a Sub
poina aud alias Subpoena having been issued
i and returned Nihil in this case, the said res
pondent, Klizai:i:tii Hart, is hereby required
|to appear in said Court, on the 21st day of
September next, to answer the complaint set
: forth by the Libellant.
10:8. A. C. TAGGART. Sheriff.
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Coudersport, Aug. 3d. 1857.
Auditor's Notice.
"VT OTICE is hereby given that the under
l.xl signed, an Auditor appointed by theOr
phulls' Court for the county of Potter, to dis
tribute the assets now in the hands of J.
llendrick, the administrator of the estate of
\\ JI.LIAM LYOS, deceased, among the several
creditors of the said estate, will attend to tlm
duties of his office, at the Prothonotarv's Of
fice in the Borough of Coudersport, on SAT
URDAY, the lhtli day of September next, at
one o'clock, P. M. Persons interested can
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LEWIS MANN, Auditor.
Coudersport, Aug. ID, 1857.
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