The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, September 10, 1857, Image 3

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    SEERIFF'S SALES.
11Y YlHTL'tluf sundry writs of Vendition
I j Eiy n is an J Fieri Facias 1 ssu ed out of the
Court of Coramon Plea? of Potter Co., Penna.,
u aJ t- we directed, I snail expo*,* to public
..lc or outcry, at the Court House in the Bur
>i Cou'iitrsport, tin Monday the .'lst day
, ( September, iSoT, fit 100 - lock, A. 11,, the
mg described real estate, to wit :
Certain real estate situate in Allegany town
ship. Bolter county, Pi., Beginning ut a post
. the Os way o corner on tlie Coudersportand
Cl.'.nhurjr re ad in the said township, running
noutij frty-Sve degrees west twenty-three
tjii and S:lo to a post, thence west I wraty
i ut- rods ami 2.10 to a post, thence no.tli
onruteen r-rk to a post ou the Os.vayo road,
i nice east I'ur.jr-fii'e rois and b lu to the
j.l i> eat b.jimiuig: containing four acres of
laud, more <-r k-3!, on which arc erected one
frutu*. dwelling house, one lrame shop aud
one fiatiit barn, and with some fruit trees
tHereon. AI.4U—A certain tract of land
voiuuienci.'ig at the north-west corn.- of a lot
ol Laud bought of Andrews, lying south of
the U#wayo r aid, thence west atoug the Os-
M.iyu road to the corner of said Chester An
drews lot of land, thence south nloag the
4irigiu.il line to .S Winegar's corner, thence
rill to connect with a board IVace to the
lighw2yr.ifiniajrfro.il <'oudersport to Eilis
•uarg. tnenrc north alung the hignway to the
..ru. r of four acras o* Us i bought of C. An
drrws; containing aboat fair aercs. ALSO—
. ve iu.a !' of 1 hounded north by the
's"ds *>' A. V\ . Andrews, c.-.t by lot in posses-
j J .ito-s C. Corps, s )uth by land.sol S.
(•Viaegar. and west by lauof A. \\ . Andrews;
■ta ... l| t.-u acres, j.li iasorovsd, with fru : t
rr flu' eon. T'U above .ien ribrd lots bc
j-ig .ill eo .nr< cd us one farm.
S.-izt 1 taken in execution, and to be sold
u i the property oi James C. Curtis.
AI4.SU —Certain real estate situate in
11 dor township, Potter county, Pa.,
bvUtiJwl ami described u follows, viz :
■ .i th - -* n.-rtli by unseated lands of the
iiK.ghani Estate, cast by land.s of Henry
lisitics, *uut!i and west by Biughaui
Lands; containing 50 acres, being lot No.
7 of the allotment of lands of 11. 11.
Ikct in Hector towuahip, and part of
uirrant No. li'Jt). ALSO—O;m other
ut situate in Hector township, Potter Co.,
l'a: B 'Utitled north by Bingham Lund?.
.it by Bingham Land-, south bv lands
of llui.ecker and (jarlock, West byiamls
Jurue riy of Jesse Johnson j containing
R and 11:10 acres, being lot No. 77 of
ac allotment of lands of ii. 11. !>eru in
I * i town-hip, and part of wranaut No.
. 78* ; of which ili acres are improved, six
.res clmpped, with one frame dwelling
us -, one log house, two frame barns
Mid some fruit tree.- thereon. ALSO—-
Our other lot. bounded north by L t fur
*r?y owned by Henry Havnesaud Bing-
J.-UI Lauds, 1-a.st by Bingham Lands,
s.uth by lbngiiaju laaJid- and lauds of 11.
I! If 'nt, and went by Bingham Lands;
ta.uiuiug 10U acres, being lot No. 'JJ in
hector township, and part of warrant No. ;
io> i , ot which 2 J acres are improved,
situ one log house, one saw-mill and
k Ac fruit trees thereon. ALSO—One
r.-i'f tract, situate in Hectoi and Uysses
t< unships, bounded north, east, south '
ac : west by lands of the Bingham Es- 1
ut<; coutaiuiug luU aci'e*, being lots '
N> 14* & k>) in said township?, and
a u- ■>[ warrants Nus. 1200 A 1800.
Ai^U—Un other lot, bounded on the 1
...Mi. by unseated Land?, cast bv Ilenry '
i Leach, south by lands of 11 u use char !
ALt riot':, and west by <Lottcks; con- '
e iing k'U acres of winch twenty acres
ire improved, with one frame house, one
i v.ru am! an apple orchard thereon. s
1 aSci, in etc uiion end to be sold he
' pr< .H 'ly of 1 . nnl f". 11. I.Mirks. 1
ALaO—Certain real estate situate in 1
!'-ke t- wttship, I'otter Co., l'a., bounded '
-'a north by lot No. li, on the east '
ts Nu. 11. 22 A Lb, 011 the south s
: 7 ; t No. 22 *ud unseated lands of the ■
L ..on Lstate, and on the west by un- '
*vf.rd iand? and by lots Nos. 13 A Lt>. ]
g k N .-. 11 ik 12 of the -üb-divi- <■
• <1 ib" iatuls ot the Bingham Kstate -
la *?. id township ; ontuining one hun-
Cf *L auu acres, of which about
" t sere- are improved, with three frame *
• tv'o frame barns, oue saw-mill and
f v ;ruit trees thereon. ALSO—l,ot 1
Ltj. -;tuate iu township, county and 1
■ i- aforeicnd, bounded uu ihe north and
-•t by lot No. 14, <-n the south by lot 1
1L and unseated lands, ou the west *
unseated iands and lot No. 15; con- <
iiiing K ! 4 acres, about twelve acres of 1
• .fti are unproved, with one log house, 1
* frame house and one frame barn 1
tT€N>fl.
s red. taken in execution, and to be •"
'• * the property of Elijah Johnson.
• /. Al4.*"U—Two-thirds part of -
tuose certain two tracts of laud fit- 1
-'•' ii the waters of Kettle Creeefe, in t
• -• i-'-n township, Hotter county, Pa., f
- - a the warrantee name of Nickliu A 1
■ • grmittd by the Commonwealth s
-Mvania, (.No. 5856,) containing f
"'i. caid and utioty and a half acres u
• id. s inch ( ro.-bv \V.' F.llis an<l
s St ward son, by deed dated the s
" nth day ot AS ptejr.ber, A. lb :t
'fi vi 1 t Oliver >\ ? ntson, which deed
r hd in Potter county, in Peed x
' L . Pagivi 187 k IBS, and the :l
*' • "- r Watsou corn eyed the fame by 1
b arinj date the twentieth day of -
.rftrUr. \. P. to John F. Cow- v
A: J ;h c other tract sur\eyed ill the v
-ke U'e name of Nieklin A (irithth, - s
b) tLr Commonwealth of Penu
■' -'-a foresaid, ( No. 5i57,) containing e
ir * r f and ninety-four and a half 0
*. 01 which ten acres are improved, t
which arc erected three log barns
I,J F buufe.
taken in execution, and to be
" h property of John C. Dodge.
• K 11,., J J,,. 8 •
1 Al.SlJ—Certain real estate o
, v a J. > Vl A übott township, Potter coun- L
. • bounded on the north bv lundsof '
J /' y 1 M)Dt h a "d west by lands of
• *\ k Co.; containing fiftv n
•■>•!, ten acre* are improved.
tvitJa one log bouse and one log barn eree
, ted thereon.
Seized, taken in execution snd to bi
. sold as the property of H. Starkweather
ALSO —Oertaiu real estate sit arte ii
Hector town-hip, Potter county, Pa.
, bounded north by un-eated lauds, bt
the Tioga county line, south by lands o;
. Z. Maiiory and Guernsey, west b\
: u!)seated lands ; containing one hundrec
1 acres, more or less, of which twentv-tivc
; acres are improved, with one frame house
. otic h g stable and some fruit trees thereon.
1 Seized, taken iu execution, and to bt
, sold as tne property of Erastus Guernsey
A LSI J —Certain real estate situate in
Pike township, Potter county, Pa., bound
ed on the east by the Tioga county line,
on the north by lands of O. B. Goodman
A Co., on the west by lands of O. B.
Goodman, and 011 the south by lands oi
.Samuel Nl. Losey; containing two hundred
and twenty-live acres of land, on which
there is eighty acres improved, two frame
houses, three frame barns, two bee-houses
and other out-buildings, apple orchard kc.
Seized, taken m execution, and to be
sold as the property of A. T. Losey.
ALSO—Certain real estate, bounded
and described as follows, to wit; Situate
:n Sweden township, Potter county, Pa.,
bounded 011 the north by Bingham Lands,
cast by Bingham Lands, south bv lands
of James i i.-h and Keating Estate, and
west by Bingham Laud?, being lot No.
oi of the allotment of Bingham Lands iu
said town<hip; containing eighty acres,
more or less, fifteen acres of which are
improved, with oue house and one
log stable thereon.
Seized, taken in execution .and to be
snld as the property of Stephen Bedson
and Jonathan Bedson.
ALSO —Certain real estate situate in
Genesee township, Potter county, Pa.,
bounded on the suuthby the road leading
it'uUl I- Bas'.'a to GuUt'SCC Forks, Cast, WCSt
and north by lands of O. \Y. Hiekcox;
containing ten acres, six acres of which
are improved, with one frame house, one
frame burn, other out buildings and some
fruit trees thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Lunmn Winchell.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in
Genesee township, Putter county. Pa.,
bounded on the nortii by lands of Silas
Billings, e;;st by lands of Theophilus
Kaston. south by lands of Moses Dawlev.
d. cv 1, and west by lands of S. S. llob
ei ts; euntaining lifty-seven acres of land,
of which there is about twenty acres im
proved, with one water saw-mil], one frame
house, one frame br.rn, two plank houses
and some fruit trees thereon.
Seized, taken iu execution, and to be
sold as the property of John Billings.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in
Hebron township, Potter county,~Pa.,
bounded on the north by unseated lands
ot S. M. Fox, dee d, east by unseated
lands of S. M. Fox, dee d, south bv un
seated lar.ds of S. M. Fox, doe'd, and
we.syly unseated lauds of S. M. Fox,
il-M d, being lut No. 101 of the allotment
uf .S. M. Fox; containing fifty acres of
land, of which ten acres are improved, on
which is erected one water aw-uiiil and
uiie board siiautee.
Sei/.;J, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property oi* Win. G. Gartner.
ALSO—t.Vrtain real estate situate in
Bingham township. Patter County. Pi..
iw.un I d north by lands of G. G. Oolvin.
"U the east bv lauds of AYiliiam Cobb,
\\ alter .Leonard and J. B. Jones, on the
-■• nth h\ ]{. I>. 1 res, and on the west bv
lands of Truuiun ixibbee; containingoru
hundred acres, w'tii about fifty acres im
proved, on which are erected < 11c frame
dwelling house, or.c frame bam. and with
two apple orchards thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to he
sold as the property of James P. Straight
and C. H. Ives.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in
Pike township. Putter county. Pa .bound
ed n the north by lands of Ilensiker
Garluck, east by lauds of Hcnsikcr tk
Garlock, south by warrant line of J127,
and west by lands of Hensiker k Garlock;
containing ;>0 acres, being lot No, 37 of
the allutmcnt of the Ashley lauds iu Pike
township, Potter cuuuty, Pa., none of
which is improved.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of John L. Phenix.
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 <>. B. Goodman, dec'd, east by
the Tioga .and Potter county line, and
south by lands of Samuel M. Losey; con
taining about two hundred and twenty-
Line acres.
St-izt-d, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of A. S. Burnliaw
;md Joseph It. Cole.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in
the Borough of Ooudersport, beginning
it a jrffct iu the west line of Main street,
being the south-east corner of John S.
Mauu's office lot, thence southerly by the
west line of said street twenty feet, thence
westerly at right angles with Main street
-ixty feet, thence northerly twenty feet
to the office lot of John S. Mann, thence
arterlv by said lot sixty feet to the place
if beginning, on which is erected one 1
:wo-story office.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
-old as the property of Crosby \Y. F.llis. J
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in lien- ,
'fee township. Potter Co., l'a., liomided on ,
he north by lot No. 45, east by lot No. 47, (
; outu by lot No. 48 and Bingham Estate, and ,
n the west by unseated lands of the Bingham (
r.statc. being lot No. 40 of the allotment of |
tox and Itoss lands in said township; eon- (
fining lOT and 7-10 acres of land, about forty ,
icres of which arc improved. ! |
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold!,
is the property of Samuel Hard. 1
Aug Cu. A. C. TAOGAST. Sheriff. L
laOKTGAGE SALIi.
! 7 IT. fc o; a writ of Levari Facias is
e O sued out of the Court of Common i'lta
r. of Potter Coaaty, Pennsylvania, and to in j di- :
u rected, I shall expose to-public sak- oruutcrv.;
ut the Court House in the Borough cf IJdti
" derspt rt. on Monday, the 21st day ofSeptcm
7 Ler. IHSX, at l<> o lock A. M .
if All the timber trees, of whatever specie?;,
v kind, or nature, now and of the sizt
may grow arid attain to that size dariue the
period hereinafter mentioned, on all the here
•> iimftir ment'oued and described tract-;, nart
1. ol tracts. pie<.*e- or parcein of hind, situate in
e tac Couuij of Potter, and Stateof 1 enusylva
. nis, co: t lining, together. Ffty Th-.Ukund
j Acres', allowances <kc.. as follows, viz:
Ou all that certain tract or piece of 'and
surveyed in pursuance of warrant hninb-r
four tnouiuud six hundred and thirty-two,
a (4,032.; containing nine hundred and ninetv
I. acres ai;d,a:luwance of six p. r cent, for roads
f &c. ALSO—On all that certain tract or piece
I oi land surveyed i:i pursuauce of warrant num
ber f. ur tin u- .nd six hundred and thirty-four.
1 (4.<134.) containing nine hundred and ninety
e acres and allowance of six per c nt. f r toid
g X:. ALSO—On all that certain tract, piece
or parcel of land surveyed iu pursuance of
warrant number four thousand six hundred
L and tiii"'.ty-five, (4,035.) containing nine bwn.--
dred and nimty acres and allowance of Six
1 ;icr ecu; fur road? <Xc. ALSO—On all th- t
. certain tract or piece of Land s irrcyed in pur
suance of warrant number four thousand, six
hundred and forty-one. (4 bit, containing
' nine hundred and nine.y acres mi l allowance
5 of six per cent, t- rro ius Ac. AI.SO—O:i all
1 that certain tract or piece of land survey, d in
pursuance of warrant number four then.and
six handled ami forty-three. 4.C43. containing
nine hundred and ninety litres and allowance
1 of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On aii
? thc.t certain tract c'r piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thoisand
s x iuiiidrc 1 and lorty-tvvo, 4.(>42. containing
( nine Lundim! and ninety acres and allowance
of six per cent, fur roads Ac. ALSO—On all
1 that certain tract or piece of laud surveved iu
pursuance of warrant number fo ir thousand
1 :>i\ hnudred and forty-eight. 4.G48, containing
niufijiundrod and ninety acres and allowance
[ ol six per cent, k-r roads Ac. ALSO—On all
= that certain trie' or piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four tlicusan.i
; -ix hundred aui forty-nine, 4.C10. containing
nine hun Ir-.d and ninety acres an 1 all iwanec
of s x percent, fur roads Ac. Al.^O—On all
that certain tract or piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
six hundred and liftv-five. 4.655, conmininv
nine hundred and nbu-tv ai-rcs and allowehc.
of six per cent, for road? Ac. ALSO—On ali
tiiat certain Tract or pic— e of laud surveyed in
pur?aance of warrant number four thousand
.< J htnidred and fifty-eight. 4.'>5?, containing
nine hundred and nim ty acres and allowan-c ,
of-b\ per cent, fur roads Ac. ALSO—Ou all ,
tli.it certain tract or piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of Warrant number four thousand
;x liuadred ami titty-n.ne. 4.'i55. containing 1
note hundred and ninety acres and allowance
of six pr cent, for roads &r. ALSO—<>n nil
that certain tract or piece of land surv red in '
pi.r u.iucc or warrant number four thousand '
-.x hundred and sixty-four. 1.664. contaiuing ;
u.uc hundred and ninety acres and allowance 1
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all ,
that cert tin react or piece of land s.irx ex'ed in
pursuunce of warrant number four thousand 1
six hundred em! sixty-fire, 4,tk>s, roatniuiac '
nine hundred and ninety i.cr. s and aliowancc 1
of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—On all -
that certain tract or piece Ot land surveyed in t
pursuance ol warrant unmt r four thousand
six hundred and sixty-six, 4.<>><!, coutainiu/ "
nine hundred uad ninety acres and allowance j 1
of six per cent, kr roads Ac. ALSO—Un all j £
that certaia tract or piece of land surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
six bun Ired uud sixtv-savea. 4.667. containing
nine hundred and ninety acre- ana allowance
ol six per cent, for roads 4c. ALfcvO—Ua ail
that certain tract or pi ce of land surveved in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
;ix hundred and sixty-eight. 4.608. containing
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance
of six oer ten 1 , tor roads 4c. ALSO—On all
that certain tract or piece of lan l surveyed in
pursuance of warrant number four thousand
six hundred and seventv-one. 4.671, contain
ing nine hundred and nixi >tv acres and allow
ance of six per cent, for roads Ac. ALSO—
On all that certain tract or piece of laud
veve.i in pursuance of warrant number four
thousand six hundred and s'Venty, 4,170.
containing nine hundred and ninety acres and :
alloyvwoee of six per cent, lor roads ic. AL-
Si > —On all tli it ceit tin tract or piece of laud '
surveyed in pursuance of warrant number
four thousand nine hundred and thirty-two,
4.9 2. containing nine hundred and ninety
acres and. allowance of six per cent, for roads '
ic. ALS<— ' hi all tii.it certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand nine hundred aud thirty-three.
4.ton. containing nine hundred and ninety
acres and allowance of sx per cent, for ro.idj
Ac. ALSO—On ail that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant N'u.
lour thousand nine hundred and twent -nincc
4.929, containing nine hundred and ninety
acres and allowance of six per cent, for roads
4c. ALS<' —On all that ci rutin tract or piece
of land surveyed iu pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand six hundred and eighty-four.
4.'jc4, contain.ug nine hundred aud ninety
acres and allowance of six per cent, for roudc
Ac. ALSO—On a'l that certain tract or piece
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand six hundred and eighty-live.
4,085, containing nine hundred and ninety
acres and allowance of six pr cent, for ror.da
Ac. ALSO—On nil tiiat certain tract or piece I
of land surveyed in pursuance of warrant No.
four thousand six hundred and eighty-seven.
4,687. containing nine hundred and ninety
acres anl allowance of six pr 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 seveuty
cight, 4.778. containing nine hundred aid
ninety acres and allowance of six per cent for
roads Ac. ALSO—On all that certain tract
or piece of land surveyed in pursuance ofwar
rant No. four thousand seven 'hundred and
ssventy-uine, 4,7iU. containing nine hundred
and ninety acres and allowance of six percent,
for road-> Ac. Ald>o—' hi a!i that certain tract
ur piece of laud surveyed in pursuance of war
rant No. four thousand seven hundred ami
thirty-f0ur,4.794. containing nine hundred and
ninety aires and allowance of six percent, fur
road- Ac. ALSO—On all that certain tract
or piece of land surveyed iu pursuance of
warrant Ma. four thousand six hundred and
forty, 4.640. containing nine hundred and
ninety acres a#ul allowance of six per cent, for
roads Ac. ALSO—On ail that certain tract
or piece ot land surveyed iu pursuance of war
rant No four thousand seven hundred arid
tweuty-five, 4.725. containing nine hundred
and ninety acres and allowance ofsix percent,
for roaus Ac. ALSO—On all that certain
tract or piece of land surveyed in pursuance
ot 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 re
tain tf.cf cr piece o f land surveyed in pursu
m< e of warrant No. four thousand -e- -n bra
, 'ireii and six. 4, Tod, jfoi.U.iaiugr nin ■ huudrtti
• and uiuc- acres and allowance of s.x p*.-r cent,
tor roads ic. ALS'J—On all tint certain
, tract or piece of lan I gun eyed in pursuiiucc
of warrant No. four thoitsauil ewu hundred
*tid live, 4;'il)b l containing nine hundred and
;n• ae acres .end allowance-of six'per cent, for
road- fcc. ALtsO—On all trot oertiin tract
,or piece.of land surveyed in puTsutinee of w .tr
r-ut Ao. four thousand seven huuih d, -4.7c 1 .
containing uine hundred and ninety acres and
a lowr.nce ol six per cent, f r roads ic. AL
SO—On all that certain tract or piece of l..nd
surveyed :n pur>u.<Hcc of warrant No. fonr
thousand mx nuu'ired and ninetv-tive, 4,695.
couLffuing nine hundred and nuty acres :mi
' allowance of :ixp .r cent, for r-.irts Ac. AL
. t>o—Un ail that certain tract or p?ee* of land
survey din pur-nance of warrant No. four
thousand sewn hundred an 11-.r*nt v-$ix,4.7 2t>\
conuiujjnuj u'ne huudr.d anil uiuety nc res and
allowance of six per cent, for roads Ac. AL
-1 LU—On ail that certain tract or piece of lauu
surveyed in pursuance of warrant .No. torn
thous rt'l six hundred and sc-venty-five. 4.87b,
coutaiiiißgr nine h' tidred find ninety acres <
and .• liowance of-ix p< r cent, for roads ic.
ALSO—On all that certain tract cr piece oi
laud surveyed in pursuance of wair.-.nt No. i
four thousand seven hundred and eeventy
aeveu. pc-uluiuicg nine hundred and ;
ninety acres aa.l allowance of six p'*r cent, for
roads Ac.- ALSO—On ail trat certain tract r '
piece at land surveyed m ;-ur' nance of w rr-i.t
Ao. four tiiOLs. nJ s;x ii; r.nd thirtv-
Containing n.ne buti-.ivd au l;
ninety acres nr.d uHowuiic.* of s'x par t cat. Lr
iv-ads i. r. AL.-O —On all that certain tract
or piece ot land surveyed in pursuance o.'
warrant No. l air thousand six hundred au i
Ll*;', containing nine hun !r dnnd nine
ty a civs tad i'ajwai.cc of six per cent, for
road? Ac. ALSO—On ell that certain tra't
or niece ;f land surveyed in pursuance of war
rant No. lour thousand six hundred and sev
enty-four. 4.', ; 4. contam'ug nine hundred find
ninety' acres and allow.-.nee ot six per cent,
for roads Ac. ALb o—o a all that certain
ract or piece of land survew d in pursuance*
of warrant S J. four thousand six hundred and
-uxty-n ue. 4,'vtlS. contain ng nine hundred
and timely acres find ftlbivvance of six per
cent, for roads A''. ALSO—On cli that cer
tain tract or piece of l.iud surveyed in pursu
ance of warrant No. four thousand nine
hundred and thirty-fear. 1 Cff',4. com >inin £
nine hundred and ninety acres and allowance
of six per cent for roads Ac. ALLO—On ad
that piece of land, being six hundred and forty
acres and allowance of six per cent, for roads
Ac., of a certain tract of land surveyed in p-r-
Mi itice of warrant No. four thousand six hun
dred and tiitv-one. 4.G51. ALSO-l)n all that
piece of laud, being Ax hundred and uinety
:ive' acres and allowance of six per cent, for
roads Ac., of a certatu tract surveyed in
pursuance of warrant No. four thousand six
hundred and fifty-two. 4.'A?.BO—On all
liiat piece of laud, being seven hundred and
nin' ty acres aud ;.llt w..nc>* ot six per cent,
.or ro ids Ac., of all tli.it certain tract of land
surveyed In pu&u mrc of warrant N.u four
thousand sis Hundred and fil'ty-ffx. 4,<-SC.
.ALSO —On a!! that piece of laud, being
:i\e liundred and eighty-two acres and al
lowance of six per cent, for loads Ac., of
a certain tract surveyed in puruance of
warrant No. tour thousand six hundred
aid fifty-seven, 4,557. A LBO —On all
tua; piece of laud, being eight hundred
and ioity acres and allowance of six per
cent, for reads Ac., of a certain tract sur
veyed in pursuance of warrant No. lour
thousand nine hundred and twenty-sight,
ALbO —Un al! that piece of laud,
being eight hundred and forty acres and
alluwance of six per cent, for roads Ac..
uf H certain tract surveyed in pursuance
;ot warrant .No. four thousand nine hun
dred and twenty-three, 4,923. ALtcO—
jUn ail that piece of land being six hun
dred 2nd Arty-five acres and allowance of
.-:x per cent, for roads Ac., of a certain
tract surveyed in pursuance of warrant
No. lour tuousaud seven huudred anu
twenty-seven, 4,727. ALSO —On ail
: t.'iat tiie west-halt, being four hundred
and ninety-live acres and allowance of six
per cent, ior roads 0.c., ola certain tract
j surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. j
four thousand six hundred and hftv-lour,
4,(5-34. ALSO —On ali the west-halt,
being four hundred and ninety-live acres
; and allowance of six per cent, for roads
Ac., of a certain tract surveyed in pureu- .
anec of warrant No. four thousand six 1
hundred and tif'ty-three, 4,033. ALSO/
—On ad that tract or piece of land sur
veyed in pursuance of warrant No. four i
thousand six hundred and eighty, 4,68'J,
containing nine hundred and ninety acres
and allowance of six per cent, for roads -
Ac. ALSO—On ait that certain tract or
piece ot'land surveyed in pursuance of
warrant No. four thousand six hundred
and seventy-three, 4,073, Containing nine 3
hundred and ninety acres and allowance i
,of six per cent, for roads Ac. A LSO — 1
On ali the west-half, being four hundred h
and ninety-five acres and allowance of six 1
per cent, fur roads Ac., of a certain tract :
surveyed in pursuance of warrant No. c
four thousand six hundred and seventy- i
two, 4,073.
i
AND ALSO —The right of free in- 1
gress, egress and regress, ia upon through ' L
and over the above described tracts, piec- c
es of tracts and parcels of lands and eve
ry part and parcel thereof, to fell, cut, v
hew, bark haul and take away the said i
timber trees from the said lands, and also :
the right to pile and store the said tim- v
ber trees on the said lands when cut and
divided into logs and timber until the i
same cau conveniently be hauled, fh ated p
or carried away, aud also the right to '
build, make and construct houses, roads '
and bridges, for the purpose of hauling a
and taking away the logs and timber cut I
and hewed from the said timber lands,
and also all the right to use the waters
and streams of water in and upon tim
said lamb and flowing through the same. -
to float and carry the logs aud 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 y
other rights and privileges above mentioned a
and described, and each of iheui—to contin- P
ue, and to be used and enjoyed, for and „
during the i>eriod of Fiftv Years, to be f
computed fr-mi the fifteenth day of Febru
ary, A. D. Id3ti.
Sciaed. taken in execution, to bo
•old the jvp-rty of "The Sunburv
p tan., i and.Water Fewer Coaifuuv.'' at
. the suit "f- fohii Taggart, "Trustee., of J.
!L. Silver tt al.' -
A .C. TAGLGART, Sheriff.
Ccudersport, Aug. 6, 1557.-3t!
IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.
CONSUMPTION
AND ALL
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND THROAT
ARE POSITIVELY
(IRiBLL ill i.\22AL.4T10.\,
"&li r ;Ue'ii conveys the rvuiedie- to the cavi
▼ f tits ill lb a lung- through the air passa
ges, and coming in direct"contact with tie
disease, neutralizes the tubercular matter. al
leys the cough, causes ft free and e.i-v cs: e -
toratiou, heals the iung>, purifies the b.ou-l,
imparts reuevv.tii vitality to ti,e i.ei voas system
giving that tone and eucrgy so iudispeiisaMv
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
medical treat.#„-ut as any other formidable
disease; ninety out of every hundred cases
| can be cured iu the first stages, and fifty per
ceut. in the second; but in the third stage i*
i. impossible to -ave more than five per ctut..
for the Lungs are so cut up by the disease as
to bid defiau eto medical skill. Lvcu, Ljw
evcr, in the last stages. Inhalation a-.fords tx
traordbiary lu-lief to (Le .-ulfering
this fearful scourge, which anuuaily destro...
niuety-fi\e thousand pcr.-uus in tlio L: it .1
Btales alone ; and a correct calculation show •
that of the present } opalation cd' the cai .h.
eighty luillious are dcetm.'d to fill the Con
sumptive's graves.
Truly the quiver of death has no arrow so
f.;UI as Consumption, lu ali ages it iias been
the grc-.t enemy of life, tor it spares neither
fig- nor sex. but sweeps oti alike the brave,
tk- beautiful, the graceful an i the gifted. Bv
the help of that Buprcmc Being from wlioin
cometh every good and perfect gift, 1 am cn
aided to oiler to the aiiiicieil a permanent
and speedy care iu Consumption. The List
cause ot tubercles is trota i upure l-100-l. au i
the immediate effect produced by their de o
sitiou iu the lungs is to prevent the free ud
tniasicn of air into the air cells, which causey
a weakened vitality through the entire system.
Theu surely it is more rational to expect great
er good from medicines cuteriug ihe cuvit.es
of the lungs than fio.u those administered
ihroug'i the stomach; the patient Will uiwavs
ind the lungs free and the breathing easy, lif
ter luLa.ing rcmed.es. 1 aus. inhalation is a
local remedy, nevertheless H acts coustitut.o|i
xlly, and with niuru power and teitaiuty thaa
remedies cdministeied by the s.ounuu. To
prove the powerful and direct haliuenc - of this
this mode oi administration, chloroform
mhaled will euitrciy destroy setisibil.tv iu a
few minutes, paralyzing the entire uervous
system, so luat a luuh may be aranututeu witli
oat the slightest paia; Inhaling the ordmarj
burnii-.g gas will destroy hie iu a lew hours.
The lnintlatinu of ammonia wilt louse the
system wueu fainting or apparently dead. The
odor oi lu.iiiy ol me meuuiues i- perccj ttble
iu the -t.iU a few la.uutes inter being inhaled,
an i may be immediately dtteeteu iu tU'.- biuoj.
A convincing pro u'cf the constitutioual ehects
ol mhaiatioii, is the .act that sickness i> a,-
ways iroduced by breathing foul air—is not
this positive evidence ii.u.l proper remedies,
carefully prepared and judiciously adminis
tered lutougii the lungs should produce me
happiest resu.t; ' iduriug eighteen y ears
practice, many thousands ouib.it..g tioin d.o
eases of the lungs and throat, have been un
der my caie. anu 1 have effected many reniara
ftole cures, even after th" sufferers uad been
pro iOunced in tne .ast stages, which Tuiiv sai
.shes nic itifti conjuuipt.on is no longer a t.uai i
disease. My treatment of consumption L
original, un.l ibunded oa io.-g experience aim
a tiiorough iuveoiigaiioa. My pei-fcel acijuain
tancc with tne miluve of tubercles, xe., ena
bles rue to distinguish, readily, me various [
toirus oi disease mat giuiuiaie cousumpuoa. j
find apply the proper remedies, rarely being
mistaken even in a single case. This futni.
iarity. in connection with certain pathological
and tatcroscopic discoveries, enables me to re- •
ffeve the lungs Irom the eilccts of contracted
ciiests, to enlarge tne chest, pun- v tne blood,
impart to it renewed vitality, giving cut g_.
and tone to the entire system.
Medicines with fu:l directions scut to rev
part o. the United States and Canadas by p.-v
--licuts communicating their symptoms bv letter.
But the cure would be more certain if the
paiic-n: should pay me ft visit, whivu would
give m an opportunity to es tmiae the lungs
uud enable me io proscribe with much greater
certainty, and then the cure could be effected
without my seeing the patient again.
G, \V. GRAHAM, AT. D„
GihoQ 1131 jEi.bi.rt Street, (Uad
No. 1U9,) below Tweiich,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
COURT PROCLAi'IATICTJ.
the Hon. Robert G. White.
T T President Judg,;. and the Hons. Joseph ■,
Maun and G. G. Calvin. Associate Judges o:"
the Courts of Oyer i Terminer and General Jail
Delivery. Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orph- i
aiis' Court and Court of Common Pitas lor the '
County ot Potter, have issued their precept,
bearing date the fifth day of August, in •
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and fitty-scvea. and to mo directed. To:
Loldmg a Court of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery, Quarter Sessions of the |
Peace, Urphans' Court, and Court of Common
Picas, in tiie Borough ol Coudersport, oa MUX- '
DAY, the l! st day of September next, and to
continue one week.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor
oners, Justices of the Peace, and Constables
within the cpuniy, that they oe theaand there
in their proper persons, at *lO o'clock A. M. ot
raid .Jay. with their rolis, records, inquisitions,
exatniiiatioiis. and other remembrances, to do
those tilings which to their offices appertain •
to be done. And those who are bound by
ihe.r recognizances to prosecute against the
prisoners that are or shail be in the jail oiffaid
county of Potter, are io be ih.n and there to
prosecute against them as will be just.
Dated at Coldkhsport, August Mil, 1857. '
and the a Ist year of the Independence of the 1
I nited Btates of America.
A. C. fAGGART, Sheriff.
PROCLAMATION.
Thomas J. ITart, ) No. 14?. Sept. Term.
\ In the Common Pie.is of
F.lizabtth II IT'. J Potter County.
libel ix pivonct*
And now. to wit.. July 3L-t, 1857, a Sub- i
paua and a'vu Subpceua having been issued
and returned Xihil in this case, the said res
pondent. Kluabf.th H.vjit, is hereby required
lo appear in said Court, on th 2L-t day ol
September next, to answer tiic complaint set
rorth by the Lib. II int.
10:8. A. C. 7AGGART. Sheriff, j
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SEPTEMBER TERM, lit 51.
County of Potter, vs. (.. \\. liuig A Jamas
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Trustees of Bingham E.ixte, vi. Ja„b 1.
Reuncr.
County ox Pott'T. vs. E. Juhnstou & J*s.wi
Bump 2d.
V> j. McDougall. vi. Joo. M. Kllboru. ft
Tt * • 4 "
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G urge Atidreivs. vs. Amos D. Nichols.
L . hvchii. Jr. vs. Jon ttlian C.ird. ct. sd.
B 'nj. Sn.it.i, v s . Isaac Lyman.
l'i.-:e iowush.p. is L>. C'lapptl.
<> urt. u School District, v*. Julius
1. - t _mi e. use of L'Av tic Dotv vs. Praaa*
liu dale.
L vi Annis, vs. W. T. Jonef
h. M C -.rp-.uter, vs. Che.g. Armstrong.
B .rik NiL-s. vs. L. D. Wil i-ims.
E 1 is E. More. vs. S. C.-rpentOrf.
D. B. vs. Leou.ird D.iV.s.
1: s-a ui. ing. \ a . B. B re' k Ai^tf.
F 1 ml. Haven, A. M. B.uton.
G eVge Ay rs. vs. m. Perrv.
V.st j C. D.kc, Ac., vs C. P. Dike.
M- m f. Jou-3, vs. J-ckson A ItecS.
A. VT. W jF.iiris. vs. Deloss 11. Dutbar:
ilijuuis L). L ihe, vs. H. Courtnght, it ah
• Jos. A. Leouurd, \3. J. Sievensou.
Jos.nil Bump, vs IE i>. Carrier.
Colitis Sm.tii, xs. Mains S. Carpenter.
Putlcr C. untv, vs. Hint i Critteudei,.
f . h. iljw.- ui Co. vs. W. f Jones.
Gemmcil X Creswsll, vs. W. T. Jk A. P.
Jon e3.
G .0 rt k Nichols, v?. N. L. Dike.
Dav:d W. iseeiy. vs. \Vm. i'errv,
E M. Curpent r. vs. Richard Jr.
G-.0. ii. Vosourg. vs. M. J. Flvnn.
11. J. OLMSTtO, Proth.y.
i Coud report, Aug. 3d. lfcST.
Auditor's Notice.
V"OTICE i? hereby given that the und?r
--x t ; K'ae J. . n Auditor appointed by the Or
: pn.'Qj C.urt for the county of Potter, to dis
tribute t c asset; n >\v in the Lauds of J.
H jii Jr.ck, the admin'strator of the estate *f
M iLLtiM Ly-.:. decease !, among the several
: cred.lork of the said estate, will a'teud to the
j d'.iCes of ins off.ee. at the Pr.-thbnouiry's Oi
noe tn t <e ForougU vf Coudersport, ou SAT.
! buD.-vA . tiie iAh day of September uext, at
c:: ' 0 c:< ck. P. M. Pe-som interested exu
atte.iv. 1! thev proper.
L WIS MANN, AudiUr.
Couderaport. Aug. ly, 1 e 57.
LEWISVILLc STEAM GRIST MiLL
N L A ,V ARRAN(J£ .M Ka T.
uudtr igned having bought out all
i former owners of the Lewiaville St asm
•G.i.t Mi., are now prepared to do all icanuM
of grinding, as they b.-liere. to the
tjou of their cuatoiaers. Cone arid see
0. A. LEWIS,
CRAYTON LEWIS.
TTiygeea. Feb. 2?. 1557 —9-38.
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