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C07743 ,- ,'j):oll.lence of dig N.' Y. Tribunc...
T.! w.ouNA I OSr, gansa.s, Jan., 1859,
.1 1 b - e".idaol.or the ill, Y. Tribune:
-.• • .
greatlyAlige ibutnbleftiena alluivingl
Ang 7 the T wC. of his.leelliiiins while .t briefly
4c..littltAine - lyintr:agu,:.eleven -quiet ; citizens
of this ueigultorhood, viz :
Suilis 13 al I; : A ust '
)4411, Joliti,Clainph . elf,:Asa Snyder„
til ft; IV ia Al rov c, Asa.Uair
gruYe,, .Vq.trjA,-A)§:g . 'and ROO di" Were
Fathered up from their work. and-.their
votitis; by an•arnied force under one - Irani.
d, without trial
r or 9pdrtni!kty to
opeakJu-stheir• 'own formed
tuto a line,. and:Mil:nit oue_shot-7.-tive,kili
edandlve WoUnded... .One fell tin harmed,
pretending tO_beldead.• Alt were left
dead. The; only crinte. charged against
that ttf. being Free-State &On.
PlO7, I inquire; what action has ever, since
;he ikeilroutie iik:May last, been taken by
eitherttie:Prenideot of•the United States,
the Governor of-..siissouri, the Governor.
of Katistes. - oeany •of their tools, or by any
rro-Slayery : .,or .Adeuinistratiou man,. to
ferret put and punish the perpetrators of
this grime ? .. • „
Now fur the other parallel, On San-'
day, the 1 9th of_Deeetuber, a negro luau
pained Jim, came over to the Osage sei
gement, from Missouri, and stated that
be, together with his wife, two cnildeu
and one other negro man, were to be soid
Within a day or two, and begged for help
to get away. ,On Monday, the folluwitizi
tight, two srnallcompauies were made upl
to go •to 'Missouri, and forcibly liberate
the five slaves, together with other slaves.
One of these Cumpauies I as.uet.l to-direct.
We proceeded to the place, surrounded
the buildings, liberated the slaves,
so 'took certain property supposed to be
long to. the estate. We, however, learn .d
before' leaving, that a. portion of the ar
ticles we - bid taken tielouged to a man
living on the plantation as a tenant, and I
who Was supposed to have no interest
the estate. We promptly returned to him !
itilivehacitizken. We then went toauoth-
er - plantation, where we freed
. five more
slaves, took some property, and two white
wen. We moved slowly away into the,
Territory, fdr some distaooe, and then
sent the white men bank, telling them to
follow us as soon as they chose to du so.
The other company freed one female slave,
tztuk some property, and, as I am inform
ed, killed one. White man (the thaster,)!
who fought as the liberation.
Now toe a comparison. Eleven persons
are forcibly to their " natural and I
inalienable rights," with but uue man
killed, and all " D ell is stirred from be
neath." It is currently reported that the
Governor of 3.lisintui has made a requisi
upon.the- Governor of Kansas fur the
delivery of ail such as were concerned in
the last-nathed .‘ dreadful outrage." The
Margin - I of Kansas is said' to be collecting
a posse of Missouri (not Kansas) men at,
West Point, in Missouri, a little town
about ten miles distant, to "enforce the
law." All Pro-Slavery, conservative Free-
State, and doughface men, and Adwiuis
tration tools, are filled with holy horror.
Consider the two cases, and the action
of the Administration pdrty.
.;:,/te.spectfully Yours, Jour RIZOTTS.
VEY - Recently, in a duellistie correspon
dence between Senators Douglas and
Fitch, the former, as is his custom, pre
yaricated to the einiuent disgust of both
triendiand foe, Oh ! the white feather.
Vity VIRTUE . of Sundry writs of Veneritioni
Expo:tem and. Fled Fades issued out of
the Court of Cifthmon Pleas of Potter Co., Pa.,
And to me directed, I shall expose to public
pale or outcry, nt.the Court House in the Bor
ough-of Coudersport, on Monday the 91st day
pf February, 1859, at 10 o'clock, A. M., the
foilowing described real estate, to wit:
Certain real estate situate in Wharton Town
ehipi.Potter Co., Pa., 'Beginning at a post in
the north-east corner of a lot contracted to
'James Ayres, thenac north one hundred and
fifty-seven rods tea post, thence east twenty
nine rods to . n post, thence north to the west
-bank :of the Sinnemahoning Creek, thence
along the west bank of said Creek by the sev
eral. parses thereof to warratit line, thence
It)Oetft Pe . aaid'warrant line west five hundred
and twenty-five rods to a post, thence south
. hundred and thirteen rods to a post,
thence east fire hundred and twenty-fire rods
to the place of beginning, containing six hun
. and twenty-nine acres, be the same m we
br les.s, and being part of warrant No. 4927, the
- same being unimproved.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of H.W. May. .
ALSO-- , -Certain real estate situate in Eula-
litt'inWriihlit Potter Co., Pa., bounded on the
North by lands of the Dinghatu Estate, East by
L.D. Spofford, South by the lands of John
Crittenden cit C, W. Ellis, west by lands ofJohn
Prittenden, - & S. Ross, containing ono hntillred
acres, of Which twenty-five acres are impiovcd,
Oovihieliare erected one frame dwelling house,
oneTrione barn, and other out-buildings, and
with ,some fruit ,trecs thereon.—ALSO—One
.situate in Enlalis tonenship, and
"bOunded North by the lands of E. Starkwerttb,,
er tt L. D. Spafiord, Etist, by the highway,
Soutff by lands oIL.ID. Spofford, and West by
,Inrids of L. D. S' afford, containing seventy
acres: of which fifty acres are improved.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
'the property of Nathan Woodcock.
- , :tALSO-z—Certain real estate situate in the
Borough"-of Coudersport, Potter Co., .Pa„ lots
N05..432 & 133 on• square No, boanded
:North'-hy Fourth street. East by Main street,
South by, lots of S. S. Mann, West by lots. of
UR; Cole, On' which are eree9d one- frame
41welling house, and one frame harn.—ALSO--
Certainleal estate in Allegany'. township,' in
said- county, ,hounded on the North by lots - Nos.
:744.55; on the East by unseated lands of the,
Fax Estate ; on the South 'by lot No. 67 &
barn lands, and on the West by lots Nos. 54,,
An k 65, containing two hundred and seventy.'
four acres and eight-tenths of un acre, being
lot No, 59 of the allotment of Bingham lands:
itt Allegany township,, of which 80 acres are,
itapriowl and -in acres Chopped, on which are
erected one frame' hatis..e r one ,
frame barn, 'onel
loo• ' house, and with.some fruit:trees_ the reon.l
Seized, taken in . execution, 'and to be sold us
the property of •.- • • •••- -•••••
ALSO:•-Certain estate'siteal..e Rofilet
township, Potter Co„..ra.,Heginning at the
North-east Corner of warrant No. - 58'15, thence
,West two- hundredinod tifirty-iwo rods-to-a
post ciaikr; tlieceSkitith - -twO-litindred and
lift) ; rods to a coinetc.thetice..E4ii one htuidied
- rodS to a' eorliar;Alcenee - SnotW
tiv - 6,linndred reds.iO :13„ earner,. rthedcb West
onibunded anasizty rods to a corner, therief:,
Soutbt - wo liinadied and eloverir.rOds to a : corz
nei, : thence linStitwo hundred and thirty4Wo
rods to the bait line of said warrant, thence
Noith ox - hundred and - sixty-one; rods ta.thi
place"of beginning, containing seveil hundred
and fifty. acres. be the same more or. less, lend
licilig'part 'of warrant NO. fire thousand eight
hundred 'and sui - enty-five, the same being tin
in proyed bind.-:
`razed, taken in eseention; and to be sold as
therpro peas. •of do lin. Q...11.i c its. • -
. ALSO-•;'.lertain ieal'estiite situate in Shot , -
on township, Potter Co., Pa., bounded as foi
-1 lows • On the North lay lands of Luther Canfield
on the. East by thc-highway, on the South by
I hinds. of Ira Canfield, and nu the - West by lands
of Potter Benson, Co it ng twenty-forr acres:
of which . ten. aiires are imPro - i - ed; Seventeen
acre and 'Ori which are - erected one
frame house, one fril.tue_barn, add! with some
fruit tree.s thereon. •
Seized; - taken in execution, and to be sold as
i the property of L. A.Ballard - 5: Charles Cau
-1 field. !
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Harris
on township, 1-!otter Co . Pa., bounded on the
North S.; East IV lands of Lewis .llanning, South
by thehighway, and West by Rowland Fern
ham, containing 'one acre of land, all impror-:
; ed, which there are one frame hoUse, one
frame barn, and some fruit trees.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of Henry Cunnuings:
ALSO—Certain real estate situate In the
Borough of Coudersport, Putter Co., Pa., known
on the Town plot thereof as parts of lots-Nos.
2ifS & 226 on Square No. 22. Biginning at the
North-west corner of a lot formerly occupied
by L. Cole.'thence North five deg. East two
perches to :t post, thence South eighty-five
deg. East by Fourth. street 16 perches to a
post, it being the North-east corner of Square
No. 22, thence North eighty-five deg. West,
said lotformerly owned by said Cole, 16 perch
es to the place of beginning, with one frame
hotiSe, ono frame barn, other out houses, and
some fruit trees thereon.—ALSO-7-Another
lot situate on the North side of the Public
Square fronting on the Square 46 feet and ex
tending-back; to an alley and bounded on-the
East by lot now occupied by D. W. Spencer,
on the South by 'the. Public Square, on the
West by let pow °cot:pied by A. H. Butter
worth. on which there is one frame building,
occupied, as a store. :
taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property of L i . F. Maynard.
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in Whar
ton township', Potter Co., Pa., commencing on
the bank of the Sinnemahoning Creek six rods
above the saw-mill built by the Cards, thence
East about four or five rods to the gut, thence
South-east along the gut far enough to make
an acre, thence Westerly to the bank of said
Creek, thence Up the Creek to the place of be
ginning, containing one acre, all improved, on
which are erected one water saw-mill and one
frame house. I .
Seized, taken in eVeention. and to he sold as
the property of donathan Cant, Levi B. Card
;S:. George P. W. pard,
, ALSO—Certain real estate situate in the
Borough of Coudersport, Potter Co., Pa ,
lot.; Nos. 132* I at onSquare No. I'2, hounded on
the North by Fodrth street. East by Main street,
South by lots S. Mann. West by lots of
h. B. Cole. on Which are erected one frame
house and one frame barn,,—ALSO—Certain
real estate situao3 hi the Borough of Couders
port. to wit: Sipare. No. 20 containing one
acre and- six-teiths of acre, on which are one
frame house. d some fruit tt
lots Nos. 12U A:1,27 on Square No. 11, on which
are two twii-stoiy_ frame store-houses, and one
Seized, takenlin execution, and to be sold as
the propert of Willi a m T. iones, A. F. Jones,
Geo. W. 13rpdlen 8; A. S. Lawton
ALSO—Certain real estate si unto in Allo.
gaily townhip,j Potter Co., Pa., bounded and '
described as follows: Beginning at the North
east corner of said tract of land at a post, and
running Southj West.2s chains and 32
links, to a hemlock. post ; thence North 88.1°,
West 7 elMins Dud 40 links, .to a pine post;
thence Smith 2,°, West 3 chains and 33 links,
to the center Of the Oswavo Road ; thence
North 713°,:1Ve5t. in the center of said road, 8
clid-his and 50 links, to an angle in said road;
thence North GO° West 17 chains and 50 links.
• • ;
to an angle. in said road ; thence North 47e,
\Vest 10 chains and 10 links, in the center of
the road,-to the South-east corner of the 14 ,,
man tract 'of land ; thence North .1 East, on
the line of Lyinan and' Johnson's lands, 13
chains and 50 links, to a hemlock post; thence'
South 881°, East, on the old lot-line, 40 chains,
to the place of beginning ; containing oillety
two acres, of .which. 20 acres are improAd,
and on which are erected one log house and
one frame barn, and- with sumo fruit. trees
thereon. , •
'Seized,, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the prOperty of S. M. Scranton.
ALSO-=The following described lot of land
to wit: Situated in Genesee township, Potter
Co. ' Pa., bounded as follow; on the North by
lot No. 30. on the"EaSt by lots Nos. 31 & 28 ;
on the 'Stnith by lots Nos. 27 & 28, on the
%West by Jot No. 26 and. lamb; of the-Bingham
Estate; containing eighty-five and five-tenths
acres and an allowance of six per cent, for
roads, &0., being lot No. 29 of the allotment
of lands in Genesee township. sixteen acres of
which arc improved. and on which are erected
one frame house, one log house and one frame
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the 'property of William T. Jones and A.
ALSO —The , following described real estate
situate in Allegany township. Potter Co., Pa.;
Bounded on the. North by lots Nos. 54 lz 55;
EaSt by unsealed lands of the Fox Estate ; on
the South by lot No. 67 and Bingham EState,
on the West,bV lots NoS. 54,63k65; contain
ing. two humired and Seventy-four acres and
being No: 58 of the allotnsent of
Bingham Lands in..Allegany township,. of
which eighty acres are improved and forty
acres chopped; on which are erected one frame
house, one &ante barn and ono log house,. and
fruit trees thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to_ be sold
as the property of William T. Jones. _
ALSO—The following described real estate
in Harrison township. Potter Co., Pa.: Bound .
oil on the North-by the Stare Line ; onthe-East
by lot No 128. on the _South by lands of John
H. White, on the Virest:by lot No. 3; contain,
irig ninety-six and nine-tenths mares - and .al
lowance of six per cent,• for roads being
lot No. 6 of the allotment of lands in Harrison
township, of which sixty acres are improved,
on which are erected one log house and one
frame barn, and an apple orchard thereon. -
Seized, taken in execution, and to - be sold
as the property of William T. Jones and A.
Jones. A. C. TAGGART, Sheriff.
Coudersport, Jan. 24, MS. •
Alnotint of Cominissiuneri' rA
—Orderaautetanding, $2,01502 '
Bonds payable to Win. Bell, •
'due iu 1834, -1,000 00 • •
" ;to J. F. coupits:
''"- due in. 1E54,
" " to Eli Rees, •
• ...dm€iu 1534, • 500: . 00._ •
to Wm. Bell;
- 4, to J. r.
• due itclBss, 1,000 00
4, 44 'to
due in 1855,, :1,000 00
,4 ‘, to MIL Dent,
due in 1857, ,1,,Q0,0,00:
due in 1857, 1,000 00
" to ' •
dtie in 1857,' 1,000 00
44 .4 win. v..K•?iditig, :'' .:
' !;'-' '. '-_
due in 1857.. ' 1,10000 '; '
Interest due on the above . . : •,' .
bonds; - 1,619 , 48. - = .'-
- • •. . • CR.
By amount of outstandint
taxes on:unseated:lands -.•; - -
for the year 1858, _ . -$3433 38
Balance due from collect Ors - _
. _for 1858, 2025 59
fur previous years 751 32
" ." on Judgments, 766 90
" " - .on Notes, 1 14 03 "
Liabilities over assest, 6973 .
We, the Commissioners of Pottet Coun
ty do c.rtify that the foregoing statement
of the Funds of said County is correct and
true as appears feom.the books and docu
ments in this office: , •
S. S. BASCO,. • • . •.,
• JEgo3IE CHEESBHO,
Attest: L. H. KINNEY.
13 COLE, Clerk.
Commissioners' Mee, Jan. 13, 1359.
Statement of the
RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES
of Potter County,
For.the rear ending Dec. 31, 1858.
Amount received for taxes
on unseated lands for
the ye's 1850 S.: 1857, • ' ' $5,540 34
", received for taxes on
seated lands rcturn
ed as unseated, - 106 40
" received fur taxes on`
unseated lands for . • .
the year 1858, 13612 .
" received for taxes On
seated lands and per.
soua.l property for
the year 1858, 1,60218
" received for taxes on
seated lands And per- . '
sonal property for
previous years, , . 968 86
" received on Notes, _ 42 15
ments and forfeited
recognizancos, . 143 62
" receiv7l from Mei
dentals. 6 15
Amount paid County Com
missioners' for services
for lb - yeear 1858, ' 522 63
paid County Commission
ers for services for 1857, 70 90
Paid for Clerk hire for 18:',8, 287 08
Paid Clerk for extra sere's, 10 00
For qualiticAticn fees, 44 22
For Election expenses, . 643 23
For pnbllo printing, : 376 92
For distributing duplicates, • 37 50
For counsel fees, ' 50 00
Repairs of publio buildings, 38 09
Jail expenses, 20 62
Paid State Treasurer on ac
count of eXoneratiotts.ef
State Taxes, 106 88
Paid'for sidewalks, 138 91
Fur damages assessed by
For viewing and laying out
For ProthonotOr's fees,
For stationary ;
For appropriation to the
For Assessors' wages,
Fur Coroner's ieterests )
For 'Wild Cat bOutity, - •
For Clerk, of the Court of
Quarter . Sessions, .• 49 44
For Auditors' wages, 38 00
For talisman, - 11 00
For interests on Keating bonds, 66 00
For•boariling prisoners, 33 62 -
For Constable returns, - 116 59
For Commonwealth costs, 545 37
For Grand JOrprs, • 382 16
For Tracers Jurors, • 675 21
For Fuel,' B5 44
For Justices returns, • 10 02
For Constables attendance on •
Court,' ' 10 50
For Township views, • 500
For' Court crier, • • 42'00
For incidental - expenses, 38 72
For Tipstaves, :' - - 93 50
For money expended; 10 00
For Wolf bonnty, • 50 00
-Flit.' Sherifflees, 63 75
For care of Town Clock for 2
For Recorder's -fees,
Balance of Receipts over Ex
pendititrek - . 2,096 39
$8;547 U 2
ITe the Commissioners' of Potter Coun
ty do certify that the foregoing exhibits
a true statement-of the receipts and ex
C ounty,, for the year
ending Deo. 81st; 1858, , as taken from the
orittinali of the:iatue remaining in our
-- WITNEss our hands at the Commission
ers' Office in Cou49 . report,:' the 13th day
of January 1859. •
- S.'S. RASCO, z .
'• - • JEROME CREESPROI - asn'T•
Attest 1 L. H. KINNEY,
' L. B. COLE, Clot •':-
Tor ARDWARE, 'rug and Nails, Glass, Sash
AUL- and Pntly, Paints and Oils, Alcohol,
Cainpheue and Burning Fluid, at
?,0 CLARK & PHILLIPS.
NO CHARGE FOR SHOWLNG THE NEW
Goode just received at OLHSTED'S.
. . ...
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_,l.' 7 r.l` I 0 N .
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' Merchants and Traders wi ll be;pn their • gnarl and not
be imposed upon bia:-Cotinterteit'of Idorse'rindian Roof
Tills, signed A. B. Moore, MI genuine Indian Root Pitia
hava the n ame and signature of.A.:J.' Inas ii - Co;. On;
It orders and letters relatingto said = Eiils'
addressed to B. Lake fadion No. 50
Leoitard -Stieet, New York, sole propriefar. of
Dr. Morse's In di iin.lloca
A.nowe—tve -present yn , u,:witti_..tc.lllteries ot
DR: MORSE—the inventqp,,a,....)l44:6VS - AN-;
. DIA..10:00T PILLS. Tliis philantjtremist has
spent the greater part of his life,itfirtra:i:ulitrtg,
ha:vim; yisitid_Europe, Asia, atir-Xfrica s
null, us North-,America—liar spent three years
among the :Indians of (mi. : Western country—
it was in this way tlial die' Indian Root Pills
werefirst-RiSeorered. -, De. ICoi c Wits the first
Many) establish the fact that all diseases arise
freen . TAIPIiTRETV OF THE tIIhOOD-Lthitt. our
strengthThealth and life Aepended uptin this
vital fluid.; ,
When the various passages become clogged,,
and do TA, „act in perfect harmony-with Alit,
difere It functions of the hotly, the blood loses
its action, bee:Limes thick; corrupted and ylis
eased ; thus causing all pains, „sickness and,
distress .of.s.very name ; our strength is ex-,
hausted, our. health we are deprived of, and if
nature is not assisted inthrowing off the stag
nant humors - , the blood . will become choked
and cease to act, and thus our light of life will
forever he blown out. How iinportant then
that Ne 0010 keep the various passages of ]
the-body free and open. And how' pleasant
to us•that We have it in our power to put
medicine iniotir reach, namely. Morse's In
ditto Root Pills, manufactured from plants'
and rootswhieh grow around • the nnuntain
ons-,cliffs in Nature's garden,-for the hyalthand
recovery. of diseased man. , , One of the roots
from_-which these Pills areanadejs a Sudorific,
which opens the pores of the skin, and assists 1
Nature in throwing out the finer parts of the 1
corruption within.. The second is a plant,
which is an Expectorant, that opens and un
clogs the pdssage to, the ItingS;'and thus; a - !
soothing manner, performs its duty by throw
ing..olf phlegm, and other liutiiors, frem the
lungs by copious spitting. • The third' is a Di
uretic, which gives. ease aud double• strength
to the kidneys ; thus encouraged[ they draW
large dm - aunts - of impurity from the blood,'
which is thew thrown out bountifully by the
.urinary or water passage '
'and which could
not have,bectr discharged in :any ,other , ! .way,
The fourth is a Cathartic, and. accompanies
the other properties of the while engaged
in purifying the blood ; the ; coarser particles
of impurity :which cannot pas by the other
outlets, are thus taken up and!conveyed,off in
great quantities•by thebowels
Front .the above, it hi slieWrirthat Dr. Morse's
Indian Ront'Pills not only enter the stomach,
but! become united with the !biota', for they
find way to every part, and coMpletely rout out
and cleanse the system from all impurity, and
the life of the body, which is the blood, be
crimes • perfectly healthy ; consequently al
sickness and pain is driven -from the system ; 1
for they cannot remain when the body becomes I
so pure rind clear. • •
The reason why people nee so distressed
when 'sick, and why so many is because
they do ,not get a medicine Which will pass
to the ailliethd parts, and which will open the;
ivaturarpassages for the disea ! se to be cast out ;
hence, a large quantity of food and other mat
ter is lodged, and the stomach and intestines
are literally, overflowing with the corrupted'
miss; thus nqdergoing disagreeable fermen
tation, constantly mixing with the blood,which
throws corrupted 'ma tter through every vein
and artery, until life is taker from the body
by disease. Dr. Morse's PILLS have added to
themselves victory upon :victory, by restoring
millions of the sick to blooming health and
happiness. Yes, thmisandsi who have been
racked or tormented with sickness, pain and
anguish, and whose feeble frames have been
scorched by the burning elements of raging
fever,-rtinl-who have been brought, as it were,
within a step of the silent-grave, now stand
ready to testify that they would have been
numbered with the dead, jutitit not been for
this great and wonderful medicine. Morse's
Indian Root Pills. After one or two doses bad
been taken, they were astonished, and abso
lutely surprised, in-Witnessing their charming
effects. Not only do they giyeimmedirtte ease
and strength, • and take away all sickness,
pain and anguish,' 'b,& they at once - go to
work at the foundation of -the disease.
Whieh is the blood. Therefore, it will be
sboWn, especially by•thoSo who use these Pills,
that they will so clesinsej 'and purify, that di-s
-ense—that deadly enemy.—Will take its flight,
and the flush of youth acid beauty will . ngaia
return. and the prospect of a long and happy
life will cherish and brighten your days.
:. Sold by SMITH k JONES, Couderspoft; also
by all Medicine Dealers in the count S-. B.
LAKE JUDSON, successor to A. J. White &
. co., sole Proprietotto.jso' Leonard St., NeW
York ; WM. MUDGE'S: CO., i proprietors of Dr.
A. Trask's Magnetic Ointment,) Earlville,
!t'ladison Co., .N. 1., General- Agents.
300 00 I .
LARK k. PHILLIPS render their thanks
1..—) to all the good, people of this Common
wealth for their most liheral.patrotmge, and
they do tenter their sperial • thanks to ,their
competitors. and any others, for their gentle
barking for all time, concOmed"falseliood for
alliiiiiereriVlT and, jealousy for no doubt it
was - tueriat'for evil, but has proved our good.
So go ahead. The more the better.
20 : : CLAIM `PHILLIPS.
VLOUR, PORK' and . Ilkans, - Horse Feed,
c.ura Meal, Oats, Sheiks eipidgli - to sup
ly a sap - Hi - nation, at the Old Regulator.
57 . 57
17 ANYBODY, including inaids and matrons,
:old or young, plain or„pretty„wisli to buy
of sell anything, we give it as our candid o.dn
:ion; they bad better come to 'that - same Old
'Regulator, kept in full blast by
CLARK & PHILLIPS.
:lIBAITY' •CORN-TED" BOGS, ',from ilryv.
II ming and Lining ton Counties,
' P acked, and will be until January, 1859, by
OTICE is hereby given' that the following
11 - Account hard ',been passed• and filed in
the.RegiAer'g Office in Potter County, and that
the same will he presented ,to the.: Orphans'
Court of comity, fol: confirmation and al
lowunce,•on.TUESDAY, the 23nd day of Feb
ruary next, at the Court. House in the Boro' of
Ccindersport; yiz • -
• Account of Lydia M. Smith, administratrix
of the estate, of Schuyler M. ;Smith, lete of
Sharon Township deceased. , • •
. = .A. EI. BUTTERWORTH, Register.
Coudersport, Jeri. 13, 1859.
PIANOS, ':MELODEONS-8c PIIT SIG r
-THE CASH SYSTiit-AD6PTED.,I
Prices Grelial - r )Redubed,
GENT-pop, TITE.AES,T,BPSTON 1 1 4: 1
r HE Largest ~A.ssortinent"of .
luAeallnstrnineuti t and Musical]
Merchandise of all kinds, in the United States..
Pianos from Ten different ManutictorieS, corn
rising those ;of .every variety, ,of style; from
the - plamoleat and subStantial pa octaves, Sr.
Roseweod Cases from $156 to $2OO,
to those of the most elegant finish up to One
Thousand - Dollars. NO house .in
dot ecinipete 7 with the above 'in the .number.
variety..and.celebrityi of itss instruments, nor
in the Extremely.low prices at which they are
PIANOS,-with or withOut . lron Frames, pos.
ses,sing in their improvements of overstrings
and action, it length of. scale and compass of
tone equal to the Gant] Piano, united with
the beauty and durability of 'Street* of the
Square Piano. They sire justly pronounced by
the Press and.lry - i-tite first Musical ;Masters, to
be equal to those of sissy - tither niannfaeturer.
They are built of the best - and most thorough
ly seasoned material, and guaranteedio stand
the action of everYclimate. Each Instrument
twnnteed to give satifaction, or iiureitase
lIORACK WATERS.' MELOOEONS.—Su•
periorlnstrninents in touell'and durithility of
snake. (Lusts.] the .equal temperament.) Me.:
lodeons of all other styles and makes. Prick.
• ,545, $6O, $75, $lOO, $125, Sl9o7—doublt
Reeds and two banks of Keys, s2o6—less
liberal discount. , Clergymen and Churches,
au extra discount. -
PRO WN'S A RPS,
and Musical Instruments of nll.kinds, at lower
prices than 'ever before uttered to the public
A large discount to Teachers. and; Schools.
The trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
SECOND-11AN1) PIANOS, at great bar
gains, constantly in store,—price from t3O to
3111V51C.7-One of the largest and best se
lected catalogues of Music now published,
comprising. many of the choice and cost pop
ular airs of the day, and will be sold at one
third oil from the regular prices.
Music sent by mail to all parts of the coun
try, post-paid. Particolar and personal atten
tion paid to all orders received by Mail.- Sat
isfaction guaranteed in every instance. Pianos
•and 'Melodeons for rent and rent allowed on
puachase. Pianos and Melodeons fOr sale on
monthly payMents. Second-hand Pianos ta
ken in exchange for new. Geueral and select
Catalogues and Schedule of prices forwarded
to all parts of the - conntry by mail.
51 - Great inducements offered toiAGENTS
in all parts of the country, to sell the Horace
Waters' Pianos, Melodeons, and Catalogue of
Y AUTHORITY of d decree of ,the Or
phens'Court of Potter County, made De 7
comber 20th, 18.58, we shall expose to public;
sale, at the Court House in Coudersport, '
one o'clock P. M.-on TUESDAY, the 22ND
DAY OF PEBRCARY NEXT, the following
described real estate, late the proparty of Ga
briel Barnes, deceased, to wit :
Situated in Sharon Township, Potter Co., I
and bombed and described as fOOOIVS : Being
a lot sold by the G.vayo Lumbering Associa
tion to Gabriel Barnes and Ismm V. Barnes.
Aug 25, /832,—beginning at a pine stump
corner, being the south-west corner of a lot
surveyed to Owen Rock, now lands of Joseph
Mann and It. L. Nichols ; thence by the line
of said let South G3°, East eightv.perches, to
a 'post corner ; thence. South 27°', West eight
een perches. to a post corner; thence South
74°, West thirty-seven perches, to a post eor
ner•on the South bank of the Oswayo Creek;
thence along the South bank of said creek
South 70°, East thirty-Lone perches, toe post(
corner ; thence South 271°, East sixteen per
to a post corder; thence Sonth (leaving
said creek) eleven perches to a , post corner(
in the line
. of a lot surveyed for Archibald'
Stoat ; thence, by the line of said lot and
Ransom Shoat's lot, West ninety-six perches,
to a post corner; thence North ninety perches.
to a corner in the road.'near the South hank
of the Oswayo Creel; thence North BG/° East
„ tyenty-sevtin perches amd seven , tenths. to a
post corner in the Eleven Mile Road; thence
North 21°, East seven perches, tOlthe place of
beginning; containing- 48-4 acres; strict owes
are; on which Are erected two fraine dwelling
houses, one water , sawmill and mill dam—
about four acres improved.—ALSO , --Xlet of
land sold by Mann S.-, Nichols to Gabriel and
Isaac F. Barnes; June Ist; 113.5.3 hounded ns
follows : Beginning at a post corner (being
the' South-East corner of a lot .sitrveyed . for
Jonathan Oles, in Sliarim Town , dtip,) in the
' East lino of Warrant No. 2142 ; thence by said
line, South one hundred and si.; and three
tenths perches, to a post eorner ; 'thence West
one hundred and ninety perches O a post in
the line of S. M Webb's lot ; thence by the
line of said-lot North nine and ithree,tenths
perches, to n post corner, being the:North-east
corner of the Webb lot; . thence along the line
of the Webb lot, North 63°, Westoite hundred
and seven perhes, to a past corner In the line
of Joseph Madu's laud; thence along the line of
said land, North forty-three perches to a beech
corner; thence along the line of Joseph Main's
land, West eighty perches, to a heinloek cor
ner; thence North eighty-four and three
tenths perches, to an oak Corner ; thence West
one hundred - and twenty perches tu a post cor
ner in the line Of G. V. Fuller's lot; thence
by the line of said lot, North forty perches, to
a beech corner in the West line Of Warrant
No. 2 1 42 - - thence North. along surd line, one
hundred and five and seven-tenths perches, to
a post corner; thence East, Mona. !the line of
Starkweather'S and Lewis Woad's .
lands, four hundred and , ninety4Wo perches,
to the North-west corner of a lot surveyed for'
Elias Stevens; thence, by , the I line of said
lands andlonnthan .01es' lot, SOuth two hun
dred and.tivepty-four and seven tenths perch
es, to the South-west corner of ' the Oles lot;
thence East ode hundred perches, to the place
of beginning; containing sevenihandred and
thirty-five acres; strict measure.l , . .
sTertrit of-Sale.---,One-lfalf Cash in
hand,.and-balanee in onq year, ',secured by
Bond and Mortgage. '
. . , -SELI:cA. BARNES,
Administrators of dieigstate' of
- 11, 1859. G. Barnitsi•dcoeased.
BOOTS, :SHOES, Rubbers, Buffalo Over-
Shoes, for men, women and children, by
- the ease, dozen or pair; at :'
20 CLARK &PHILLIPS. .
fiIIOICE:STONE LIME, in bbi or bulk, at
greatly reduced pricei; can be bad at
A-PRIZE FOR Evirairsorrn
•"st7stanaEB Fon - . /TM '.
• .- • .
• New. - 17cirkWetkly , Nis i
MEE 'NEWYORK WEEKLY PRESS 46, 3
of-the best literary liapers of the day,
l a r g e Quarto containing TWENTY PACE3f
or SIXTY COLUMNS. of entertaining natter
and ELEGANTLY I LLUSTR . ATED 'll ll7
week. , • .
A GIFT WORTH FROM 50 CENTS qo
SI 000 on WILL BE SENT TO EACH Stli.
SCRIBER ON . RECEIPT OF- TIM Sg - B,
SCBIPTION, JIQNEY. •
=. • • TERMS ; --IN ADVANCE: •
One copy, for one year,.and I gift; .$ 2BO
Three copies one,, year, anil gifts, 510
Fire copies noe.year,.nnd 5 Otis; • 8 54
Ten copiesoue year, and 19 gifts, -15 8,
Twenty-one copies:mut year, tuftl2.l gifts, 3,0
The articles tbbe distrilanted are cosiptisti
in the following-list
United States Treasury
Note, $lOOO 00,
2 do do do ..-sao 00,
5 do. do do. 200 00, vio l ,
10 "do do 'do 100 00, each.
10 Patent -. I.eer Hooting
• Cased Watches;
20 Gold 'Watches,
50 • do
300 Ladies' Gold Watclies;
200 Silver hunting• Cased
Watches, - .30 00, each,
500 Silver Watches, $l5OO t0.'25 GO each
1000 Gold Guard. 'Cat •
and•Foli Chains, 10 00 to :SO OD, each.
1000 Gold Pens and
Pencil; • 5 00 to 15 00, each,
Gold Lockets, • Bracelets, Brooches, E a r
Drops, Breast Pins, COY Pins. Sleeve Button*,
RingS, Shirt: Studs,. 'Watch Keys, Gold ard
Silver TPiMbles, and a - variety of other mi•
cies. worth' from 50 cents , to $l5 00 each.
On receipt of
. the subscription money, tle
subscriber's name will he entered upon ort
books opposite a number, and the gift cows.
'wilding with that number will be forwarded
within, one week to him, by mail or apes,
There is neither humbug nor lottery about
the above, as eery- subscriber is sure of s
prize of vaue. We prefer to make this lib
eral distribution among them instead of git.
ling a large commission to Agents" giving to
the subscriber the - amount that would go to '•
the Agent and in many CAMS hundred-fold
All communications'sboutd be ad.
DANIEL ADEE L Prtusurn,
- 211 Centre eireet, .Ner-York.
1 . 1 11: 13j
D. L. & M. 11. DANIEL'
From New York,
Fall and Winte
ASSORT3IN 7' OF
DRY GOODS .
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & co./.
Crockery & Glass Ware.
Also, a good stock of 31ISCELLANE.01:9,
All of which they will stJl AS LOW-AS CA.
BE BOUGHT ELSEWHERE Iti
PRODUCE pF ALL KINDS
IN EXCHA NG E FOE GOODS,
For witch the HIGIIESTPRICE - will be oi,
They carc:be found at all times, Raab
and Sunday excepted,) at the - Store forsted
occupied by D. BAKER.,
- IN LEWISVILLE,
ready to wait upOn Customers.
N. B•=—We base come to the conclueioa ths
"READY PAY" ;'
is better for'alt parties, and -we sha)),' there
fore do business on this system.. .
- D. L. do M. M. DANIB4.S•
Ulysses, Nov. 4, 1858.--ICtf. -!-- _
MILLPORT READ-QUARTERS ,
AE subscribers . take. this method at
formin,g - their friends that they ar . elin
ccipt of, and are now.opening, a chase to
desirable. stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOOD ' S,
to which they invite the attention of all R 6
desire to make puichases. Our stock i 313 11.
has been selected with great care, andli 3
ticularly. adapted to the wants of this teem
of our country. ..otir stock of Dry Goods to
sists of - •
DRESS GOODS, TRIMM IN G S, R IRBOSSi
YESTINGS. DO- .
• HOSIERY, :SIIAWLS, - ,.
and 'a. 'variety of other articles, toe turtoefo'
to mention. We have also a completelso°
mut .of • • •
GROCERIES, HARDWARE JOfD
• CROCKERY; 1 -
till :of which will be sold uncomroonbt
for ready pay; and for approved credit
reasonable torus as any other estribliilarat
. MANN ir.NICOOIS .
Milipo rt; Aug. 11, 186.-9:13 Iy. :1
• • THOMPSON,
CARRIAGE WAGONMAKER and 1 0
PA I RER, CooderspOrt, Potter Co., P11, 1 • 4 '
this method of informing the . pub--
. Ijc in general that he is prepared '-`•
to do all work in his line with protayttit :
in a workman-like 'manner, and ation
most accommodating terms. Pappest
Repairing invariablyrequired on Fries
taken oa account of work, l_ e ; •
100 00, each
75 OQ, each
Et , 00, each
50 . OD, each
3:1 00, each