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*ithin- attliatit 7 .''BeiliMlWYeic liiiiiV - ; to esAilislfill'in large towns - 'where .ere
but rii inn in see bon , you tool: be- ate Many schOols.:, -'': :i . : 1
cie Igo detwri . - . .-'
.. , --',-, : A graded school is siniplv. - a Well elass-
YOu've been around thii early settling ifted-seTi66l; h--is on; in Wiiiel, schulars
nr bills? Well; I. must 'Say,. if you liVe of nearly equal : .attainntetit 'eCeupy
to ben thousand; you'll never learn how Isaac` tooni , and. tiro - taught.- by'-'tile -saute]
to do things genteelly. As- long as 'peo-tinairnetor; ~- `I" he loweit gradecr i selMel
pie know you are rich, and can raiy whet) ' omit )taVe,iwo',reeins. and .too- teeelielO
you get ready, they're in nolitirry t - 0.,1,Ce In thiS - easel, the wore tielvatte"ed'Seliolari l
paid. It's only pour Ipeople; or those in occupy one room. the less ' advanced an. I
doubtful eircunistances, who have to pay jollier. Thc advantage ofthe system is j
on the spot. •If it wasn't convenient furl that the classes are fewer and large, -and
you to pay; of-course you'd have to;but !can - have lenger, time for recitatitias. 7 ---1
Becitie: you 'can just 'as ive?i pay any 601;1QT:tiled schools are commonly' dit'idetl
potpie feel- hurt to have you settling: up to three departments the Primary, Toter. I
so soon. i• These follis-7-wenild rather yint'4l - mediate and Iliglier. . There is a- room 1
lac. in debt,te-.•ein-than nut:- :But you'd unlit teacher- for each - department, - -nnd f
rather not be ? That was very,comtneed•l in latoe schools two or more ,to.each de.- 1
tibit;.When'Y'on aid a small hustness,_ and i pertnient, .An itnpertial board of exam,
wanted to be certain. abOnt..thaking both) biers assign each . pupil to his propel .de
ends - tiieet, -but it tvoilldu'i hurt youAlpartment, and prOmotes from 'olio_ room
bit-pow if you pre.”. paid. Your
. debts,----} to a higher only when ascholar has Pass
.l.,elme ace the'biili;. 859,f 0 r, cards, en• ed a•thorough examination. .- Scholars
graving, 4.1.1; $2OO fer 'flowers i $250 for are received t iid , promoted
,only at.: the
music; $3OO for %Vines; .esoo for sup., beoinning of the term or y.:ar. -. I saitll
per; attendance of- waiters, loan of silver,lora'ded schools are the cheapest - wherei
&e..(titat. tuan's bills' are always enormous I ever they. cate.be established. ! Suppose
fate:l couldn't- be sure otstteeess wit hoot ' i a tounship with "9 schools, averaging 30
bini);,sl,6oo total. " Asld.the milliner,slsebolais each could Imild a house with
bills"' and $l5O for hreakage; 850 for ru• , two rooms, and- locate it in a place ac
itiing carpet; and a hundred 'or two!cessible by all the .scholars in the town,
,for sundries, and yOU'll have nearly twol [ do not tay ruck a situation could be
theusend - ddlars." Well expended, Mr. i baud, but unless the s . lstetn offers nearly
Rasher. I'l-liave given, a thousand dol. 1 equal advantages, it had not bettkr be
I , •rs alone-if the Ltverpools had come. I introduced. Let the directors C112:46
ROW ? Perhaps e ik ,Vd,priio tely offered i two qualified teachers, one for each de
them that stun, they might have accept-' pertiiieut. It seems from "K's'' aecount
,they're said to be . getung as, poor; they can be had fir $l5 per month. In
as they are proud ? ' The bills are very I graded school a teacher can teach 45
moderate indeed, cet:sultrio:!the-brillian-Iseholars easier then 30 in ;an ungraded;
cy of the affair. Five years from now,! one. - Let the directors ahnounce that;
if you Should.live and:prosper, you_won'tlt they will examine all the scholars in the 1
iiiinls anything of givinu.teo thousand for; town and admit the best 90 to this new
a: grand party' once i a year:. The Pills. I school. . Let. it, also be understood time
burys do It. - What are, ycu ciphetioglother scholars would be admitted as soon
there,,, on that, piece of paper ? How ;es their own proficiency . and the vacan-
many pills, - twenty-live in e box, at twen- ' cies in the ,Iligh School wctild ,permit.
ty-five tibts a box, must. have been in-IThis would be a strong incentive to eve :
. up'on trusting humanity. at a plot . - :ry child iu the town. After taking out
it of seventy-five per cent. en the whole,!-i0 - scholars, there would be only- 180 left''
in order, to have ettabled the Pillsburys, , to be provided fur in the common schools.;
to.aiye ttat ten thousand dollar affair Y' These 180 are never of the seine rank
PsKaw I . what a horribly crarzie, minded , the 270 at first were, and the size of each
person you are, to be thiaking of such I school might be. slightly increased and
things. - You might just a. 4 well inquire i'still the scholars have 'better op
-llo‘v,.many barrels of mess? Basher, I tics than bafnre .. If 36 are assigned to
you're hitting that cologne-bottle withleach school there will be but five conning;
. your elbow ! There it goes down upon schools now. Thus by the : graded sys:
my lliussels carpet; thank, goodness. it tem we dispense with 4 out of 9—almost
Wasn't the ink stand. You shouldn,t i half of the common school teachers, and
think I'd have a " Brussels " carpet °olio their:place employ two qualified; in-
My floor ? • bid . I ever hear about Pad- istruetors. The s3o..per- month paid to
dy's pigs? . 2;0, nor I don't want- to.ithese two, is less titii was formerly paid
" A ecutleinait uret . Paddy . with a drovelto the other four. 'I said graded schools
of pigs, aid. says he, , so you're driving l cannot be succesfully_ introduced heie
your p'gs, to Bath, are you?' -and Paddylat present ; the population is too scat
says, • whist'. whist tif ye glaze, sir, atriltered,too sparse. We want more com
don't be afther spatting so loud, for surelinon schools as a basis. EVery • common
they !iiiik, therre going to Dublin, sir.isehool in the chanty, May be 7raded just
or they wouldn't stir .a step. ' " And,
that's just as .tnttelLiike, you, Rasher, as
two • pins.
_lf I want to drive you one
way, Bare to prkend t ni thivi9g you
another. Thu e,,n:tantly endeavoring.—
To;pull the wool, over your eyes : ? Yes,
to pull the wool :over p.ur .eyes, if you
wiil.hart it so---but always for your
own zood, always! • If 'you'd a had your
own way, you'd stalled i., th.it three story
tqich•„•and• worn your blt.l wlitte. hat fur
. ever. I've per:traded you i!.to a.house.
aid a butler.-and.a earriagt- . , and gloves,
and 1 : t...peut hat. tuol a party. :tu•l—A
eqat otanus?: -Yes, .anil a eoat of
whieh rou uccer would have had the am-
bitiuu to lo;:!: up, and &score! who your
ance,tors,.werp, if it lnnli•t b ee n f u r ,nie
Fin 1 great won4au
14;u!ve told tumo sktveral t times
in the, cone:ie of our oonunbial relal to:v.
and you.-has'en't said afar from truth.
I 'I/Kr/id to,he a great Woman; and if you
had .one EA or. ,tutu of be a
grcathiau, in soave vitiy--politically, or
officiously, or some way. You meant I
was a.great womru in a corpreal sense?
And - what kind of sene.is that ? Come
doWifto the marehouse seales'to-mcirow..
aud het weighed -Tile.° it is again.;
sometimes I wi.4h.to:7umines you,d- live
in you IsatchouSe. and :never come (Mt
of if; you'd be more to home there- than
in my elegant elegant
elegant--,theres the hell. Company • fqr
the licit • four hours; but you neetltt
mind about:coming down; unless you wish
to, my .dear.
(Continued next month.)
MR. EniTint. 7 —Dectr Sir : I teas
'to sec. the 'sketch upon
"GradedB.eheols . ": in",yeur Isue of Jan .
17.' . 1 - r 'pelican's t'gi.ottizig interest In,
the' ea - Use' of . edatiation.. AecOrding to
the writeNaceount theprogresS of the
seholatiivai wcincleiful,. and kem . s
to - justify hid - trittnipitaitcappeal to the
Directorsfavefr of his . fay . Orite system.
Yet: I irci'net . think " Graded 'Seltools'','
eattTbe . sifeeessfnily establisl:ed - on).
cer.n4 a.ud'therefore"tieply to hiii.ques . -
tion.. the sketch had 'leen tenger:
so that your;" teaderd 'night kn'ori:ho'w
the school Was conducted, organized sup,.
po - rt - edand graded. °Obese points "K!'
gai.e lierY. little' information. Ido not
.sky:that.the...seheol was not graded ; but
if, it was.,' I
. I.nive 'Wrong 'views of the
AlVadeit.Sehoo! syStetn." :Frinn the ae
iii . b.e - J,01;:t1N,4;.1. - cannot see that
at iiiffOeti atty,_respeet "foul the . Ord'.
nai'fieleit - seifoofs,=found in:all parts
our.epuntry..,There.ate, tutiny erroneous
opinigts olingf graded Schnobi, and - "nice
one ,no explanation
system. A iiehool .. .,ctnittot . : be
taai,hiby ishgte.l'sit ebe,r cannot
be tieilti graded
soli uol".;sebrila unequal
are'' . .n6t 1J `tlts
raine - ,t'etierher.
rtiaiii Lie4oolsaio"the . ".et p t;.ttat. tap,
,much as any select suliocl swish only
one teacher ; bveause they ,all can be. as
well classified ; but no select school. no
school r - teeiving.all the.scholars Who ap
piy..can -properly be termed trratled. since
none can have au impartial b)ard- of- ex
Respectfully - Yours, M.
Harrison, Jan, 1.861,
4 41111 ft, 1.1 at ital.
T. S. CHA.SE, EDITOR. AND PUBLISIIER.
lye, are fadetitecl_to 3.lessrs Den-,
.011, Stiang, Eliiot and Berry.of the'Leg.
is!ature,- fur dccoulentary layers. •
C 33 The -following gentlemen compare
Gov. Curtin's Cabinet.: Secretary of
State, Col. Eli Slifer; of Union; Deputy
Secretary, Samuel B. Thomas, 'of J:Yela„
rear! , ; :Attorney General, Hen. Samuel A.
Purviahee, of Butler; Arijatant General,'
C'eu. Charles Negley, of Pittsburg. •
E -,3 ..:7" The, grand jury of the District of
Colombia, on the 25th inst., presented,
John B. Ficyd fOr malfeasance in ollice,l
Godard Bailey' . for ; larceny of the.
Bonds, and Bussed for contpli-1
city with - Floyd and Bailey. We hope,
they will go one step farther, Cod ' justly
convict theta. .
V 7 Zi The Secession movetnent
stat# quo, awaiting. iiractical develop=
Since our las!, we le:iru that
Louisiana bas Sepede47--on o.,tper.
kill be impossible for herb do soin any
.more practicat.manner:- ,confesses
her dependence on the GovCrnment . by
'cOnAt'e.. the 'it uinterruPted navitiatibn'
of the. •: ' ,
The Kentucky legislaturelia3;reflised.
to a-.conventian y by-a large. ril . josity,-
'ail& the ilctiop •of the legNiaturd
. ebiated by tiring runs, illwiiiatioos, ~Cc.,
in the , leading ettie.4, and towns of the,
, hangs over :the 'abyss, but
there is strong ground - :to hops that her
people - Uill vote her back soon:
Mar,Ound is also •firm. thejlnioti,
and - noble Hicks is - fi - tor: Mary
land. • -
In Missonti-the inoveinent is 'malting
no progress; and the popular feeling is
w , ainst'sece:4skon.
The I.4)Ffrueijon, of the . steaiubp . at
igation of the ,111.ississippi : by th.d.lfielt..
burg peoiito: has • set, - ther : Northeast 'on
iire--even Ke'uttielty is rampant, with ju's't
havis . heeksretea - as contrabauciby the
city police itt,NeV York—thus enttig
t.ff a 'lnrge .. atipply; of treason Tilts
-was under'indge Stunll4 l 's deeilz
,shili:a7r4r Brooklyn ha#";:left.,
iitli,reZeforenniertis for Fort. Piekens,
and itls- also—stated that troops hate
been sent to the relief -of Fort. Sninter.,
!comprornisitigivith Trcaseint; , l
theie prisent.triies, •.1
But..preSently proyent,the. ‘_vay&:. to
To tear the foe, •;,•••ipee fear oppressed strength,
Gives.-in your wealrtesS, strength unto your
fue, • - • t t •
And 50 . .1.0ur follies..fight against yourself._Tear and be . slain . ; no
. worse ear come to fight:
And fight - and die, is' deaill destroying: It:Atli
Where . fearing dYing,',pays *death Eer rile
--Rich. yr., Scene 2.
'K. oni coffers then
. .. .
he emptied to retleent.a traitor
,Ifotne ? :,
Shall we bily treason? and . indent 'with feat's.
When they have lost .nd forfeited themselves?
--,Lienry / V., -Id I,,Scerte 3
The above extract from Sliahespeare
are much to the point , of "the pr'esent
The conipromise mania 'nl:eh
seems to prevail in certain : circles -at
Washington and elseWhere,.leads every
body to thinkitig wrong in regard to the
occasion of it Intermit goes a great way
in.maliing up a man‘i.political character
in such times as are now. upon / us ; and
those who are laboring to dissoiVe the
Union Ore Well aware of thiS fact and are
using it. It matters.whether we
"Fear and'be slain",:or "fight and die"—
death is more certain with the fear than
with the fight, in "siteli a case as new ex
ists under this government. tinder
eitsting circumstances, and attempt to.
patch up diffieuLtes will be- dying. with
fear, and - "buying treason." What' is a
corn proulic but the offspringof fearing the
,consequences of doing what We claim, to
be right ?—"ria . l,.ing death servile-breath"?
The North has never yet compromised
with the South, that the latter did not
get all the benefits—yea, even More than
it asked. The South. has one virtue
that we can heartily commend—its pluck
to-press its. demands whether right - or'
Wrong. The North, on . the contrary, has
exhibited on all oceasions - the truth ef r
Shakespeare, that ~-‘..fears • oppresseth
strength." It lints ever been the fault
of the North to "indent with fear, when!
theY. baVe.loq. and forfeited' themselves."
The. fears have alway,s :triumphed while.
the courage of : the:South had the,adian
tage—ginned "strener.th. from our'weak- ,
ness." Whereas, if we had metthen' iii,
times past with - the - same spirit they hove l
exhibited there would be no occation .fori
compromise now—there would have bean
none in MO % New • ganrantics to the!
South never amount.to more than new
pretex.s for future demands.
We believe that a-MajoritY,of the pee...
ple constitute the h;ghesttribun'al of Or
country . next. lo the Rifler of, the Uni . . -
versn,-aud as such their decision :cannot
be set aside by any measures . which May
to hatched up by - Congress or Cobineb3,
Their lateSt deeisioti is that•the : ,Territo
ries are consecrated' to FreedoM ; there.
fm-e,, we believe that :any -comproutiSe
which surrenders that. principle a mere
attempt of an- inferior- tribunal to 'set
-aside the verdict of . a. hig,her, nr.B eon:
Iteary to the principles and
,Spirii of- the
CfOnstitution.. . • . '
. But is infinitely more dearading, to
the spirit of the•Constitution,as notr,. to
be asked to , eomprotnise with, treason:-- .
This is a hurniliation . a , zainst which
'North ought .te LO eltithed
s in att
mrable There is met
ther reason'or palliation for such
iation ; there can pretest for such!
It treason" only
to . give
,it, new strength, new insolence
it is. "Omptying our • coffers”..of k!lf - ke-J
speot and iirineiple, 'to . buy off unseemly
b.U . dUnzOdly treason` We
with 'all . eompromi , ses Abat .look to
,ilisarmment of free : labor and the strength
cuing of human .bnriclatte,—now and for•
ever; for if'now itlsill be forever. ;
.ItCy- We are itultbteci . to our friend
Cowan, tueniber .Asseuibly from War 4"
re • O, for a cok:of his • speech of the 17th
,of-the,P,e - r•zo • nal
Liberty. The speech is brief, but it
is to the point .and . just such as watnight
expect from Cowan. We extract the Cm:
•• - •
I atu further opposed to repeal, because,
it cat now du. no, good. . Had they coin,
to us in - an: oflicial way, before their overt
acts of treusunT and asked thebe.thfogs,
oven as a right, nut a conditioti obedi
ance to the. law,- they, might„have been
krant&l withoit,a sqcliiice of honor, duty
.self-rrspeet. - I.3ut 'their position is,
taken.: a. deliberate, purpose ..they
ba.;:e done all r tluj can to- t.upder tite
bonds 'Which - WO tOgelher, this
rash: . seep: - Shull ad to civil_ war, _upon
those.lie reir - ooslbility. of the fratri.-
e7d7ailaCilite t!!;t7 itilheige : .- - it aWiliftWero,f
rebellion twailtigt ;the 'Government — find . -
. !13e• 'Union!' in per I. - By :all. mean.
the .ciuestioti: ihould li 'settled .1190, and '
feiey * Ci....
,If!uur boaste l d •GoVerucnentis'a -
laitutit • Qualso'*cvlesti in' 'the factional
st - Ortu;!..'(whiett 1;`.d0'..', - riet. believe- if it •is
p'rielipriy, ndin ?nistered,i). it - 'i s high
`'we kitiew• it. : iIV c haVe: no . tlg - lit,' tO -fa Oh
up a! truce wllich'ls no . peace, 'ant
n.it this red legacy to those Who conie' af
ter is. If itiis a
.00-eminent, vital with
the. petrel's. of its own - perpetuation, letins
skiniW -thWf,'alzio, and have Its'latis execu
ted :te•pteServe ti:c,..C.OribOution and the
:Union .as they were- made by the f:ithers: .
No- '' cern - prom isel or con ceSsioni of-repeal
lean.. satisfy the slart, power--ntlie real! I
cause; 4. all our .tron, la—exe.ept a cont.
plete and abject . .sUrrender of tr.ti li.epub.
bean, - creed, end a recognition of the_ right
of slavervAo no into the territories at : will,
laud• 6 I -
. prptccictl there.. This iS reaily
their. - ,ultimatuni. '- .1f Republicans.:ire
ready .. to..gralit this , then,let. them cow.,
mence by +int -fur;. repeal. -,1, ant not,
prepayed foil, suclka step ''yet,. nor !ant I
really to sanction thatlifindof a-couiprom::
ise WIC:: siqipiy means surrender-- - -stand:
and l i ‘ iv! r 1! ~ Having exercised the right!
I ' r-! - *: . ;ntri and voting -as we pleased,
and ,•,'- ing7elected - a President iu a conH
I stit;uttonal Way, I certainly Object to the
dehands'of the seceders and their back.'
ers; : that weishall, noW tie, his legs so they.
can handle biro !
-It has be
n said that . the Southerners
V: .I believe they respect it]
eI believe thata firm, united
fled:North, will do more te l
Union than 'all the concess
tcan•be eitorted from ourself
bur fe:ars.l We have conceded
lready. We Conceded 'the re
i 31.,ssouri 'compromise line;
now reaping the bitter fruits
wrong: step, Let them re.
ine—not :IA it of us. Let
d the temple ~ w ho destroyed
not reclaim or save .the trai
peal which they care nothing
which they will.despise us for.
it we can saVe_ our manhiod
pec:L. •..Let: us, by all means i
Let us "to our on selves lie
i must fallow, as the night the
se canuOt then be false to any
section of ]men.
toc much a
peal of th(
and tve ate
of ithat risl
tors 151!' arc
letter epresscs the 'spirit
animates sumo of the branches
is service : : •
T 41:: SO
Of the Dub
ItulvT:'ol`Fley. ' Jantu 22, tB6l. f
answer to the inquiry in your
ILtit to the - Posterlater General;
me to inforrn you that you were
,m the office of Postmaster •at
canse yon nit - minced yourself as.
'favor of Disunion,' audit is not
prudent to retain in the service of
anent menlopeuly seeking its over
spectfulli, your oh't serv't, ' •
"IWRATIO SISG, '
0131,7, Esq., Paducah Ky."
"Sut : To
k i lter of 01,,
;be G: - )veri
!tt; the,lir4.stern extitnolc;Aad
10-iqr. Milt to:say that he aier.le
:horn he i hall himself, tnistak
inted. Gen. Dix and L ;others
Ithe..satne rule of contract:, but
not yet carried it nut.,
it of one
istr,moNl SEN,Afens*—.l,t is 're
inarkable to nbser% e in the Senate the
Dis r uniuu SenatorS, who have told the
euun ry do often. that betnre the next ide.
"ef Mateltthev would no longer belong to
the Unit States; taking so touch inter.
est in su ail legislative matters, ityhieh do
not, even colleen their Stat'es in cm least.
They ;long speeches, and tjuarrel
i'ver,thel'u,.as if the Union was in no dan.
o.er, andltrotild latit foreenturie to etone.
(Thus : it Is with' the Pacific railroad. , If
!they ,gu - put of the Union, they will lose
uo wi rig ." l ll the reinainitig States concludeto - build jit, btit- yet they oppose it, and,
ithereford-,- it ! seenT that they themselves,
. do not wish to. leave
this Union, however ',bitterly they—l:tow
TUE V. Y. liercht has a NV asliinktc,;)
dispatch! stating tiMt4 there - is no. tonger
any doubt that tire GoVernment have Sent
fortes trelieve li'ortsSuinter . and Pick;
ens. TeAdtoinistration - d6 - not regard
this acti i tin as any deelaation . 6f War on.the
part, of Vlte_Gove:nnient, but as simplya
duty. : tilt& authorities of Charleston and
Pensaedla understanthis, and if they
choose o Ise'aolv.ress4S.and - make the.at
tack, tl ey.niust 'take' the conequenees.
11: Ma v. be softie-days' before it M kn6wn
that fufee:.''have beet/ sent. The move;
meot lias been quietly. niade, but the
nitiveiOnt is now; as timie peo
ple•well'Understood.. ; The destination of
the ste mer Brooklyn' is . 3Fort Oekens.'
• , afl i 1
, PRESIDENT'S NEW POLICY.—
The .11resident reinains'firai in cariving
out the new and vigorous policy which
has b'e n: adopted. He said recently', in
reply t the - ,siaggistion of aPPrchended
ditlicul v- in inaugullatine., Mr. Lincoln,
"li' I Hire till the' 4th of 31:arch, I AV iI I
ride toithe,Capitol with Old Abe, wheth.
er I an assassinated or not." , ,
.Cosf OF. IT.-Says: The Vicksburg
(Miss..). WlAig : ."At . the, lowest
estimate, it will cost 05 000 o'oo to main-'
- d -',...• , , ~ . _
taid - ,,t4e. State of 31ississ,ppt - out of the
Uuion 4.11 of this trill. bare to.be raised
by diOlUt: taxation 011 her. people. '.Are
they. meady , for any - such i cthergeney ?"
l'ret4ly weof Kentucky liad:better, wait:
a I Itll #h i le,a 94 see /
how. 14 ississi ppi ;eta.
along with,hcr rather'serious unacrtalting.
Perimps,:shp:W : ill take it into her.head to
get.,n.frerr the whole. -i'Alifficulty . by issuing
..g4l4l.4.T,priNN PON NSTLYANT4.f- '7llO
-. 'i 43 ' f
'Antlttirreliorte7f thio. - . Luperinten
•. ,:f or •
,esee tftiyttship; P . 44er. Co.,•Pa., • - de s e ct ii ed " e i
' - - 149ntided on the N orth *, 4
. : • 43:raniett , SehpOls Art • r_tsyl
the :eitdirtg; - jtttle•44,•=l.B6oi 2 •Bll9tr . ilanda'or tv.; - re*e, East by hinds of -- 1 0 ,, °1
that illerei;Niere 11.1 - 14 . 11,577 t Billinis;',Bo4h by lands of Mary Dawlee
itig , serentp - i - acres;. about forty a cre ,
E.4.17.1..tri4t-‘ - West- . by.f.birals of - the- E state, to,fetrtale .
c vl . ll l. : l lc f hi. Th are -, , l i ‘ m . p i r i ov:d h ,: on which e rte4
.I f e ,,i n tn el ci t e ri sd ;
;9 61249 Nt • p in, ouse, nne ..ran te 1, 0 ,„
kttk_ndatice - beii,i... 4. 8.60/0 61 : - , • Thl:!: . . • ,one. store house find ont bnildings, and
of ter - 0144. 4q4,- nil
learning 43 d e t i lkt u hti! . TI :i , s 114 . 1e s it ei n z d e ' d i:luat
e„ oreltard thereo n
- tniCn in' - exeC tio •
be o f
. - sOl - 4411.5'
- - the propertyof. S. - S. Roberts ' '
1 - !- I
• ALSO—Ascertain piece or parcel of lid:
situate in Allegany township, Potter Co. , Ps',
bou-.:oed tartll - 6 - North - by unsettled lan ds. ,;
th East by - the lands of C. Stanley, i: , 11 : t
South by Unieated landS,.and on the Writ\
• lauds of Gjit ai•latriesi ecintaining•grri a ,„;
with the usual allowance.of•six pere tn i L ;
roads - '&61.., and of whiCh nbour• n:iq acre
cleared•nur improved,' and,- nboutaine at -
are chapped; and otr.witieb - is (Tented
Seized. miketi•in ekecutioh ; and to be soli
as the property of - L. -- D. Rosier.:
ALSO- , k certain piece or s- parcel - of le t h
situate in Ellisbnrg, Genesee townShip,p ott ,
i bounded on the North and Weal!
lands of J.O. Cavanaugh and Jas. Locke,
the East bythe Ihig.hway leading from Elf'
burg to Condersport,, and - on the South h
lands of Samuel Rouse; containing one4oor:
-of a-n acre-, he the same morew less, on obit
is ereeted:one frame ,house; and with so
fruit trees thereon. • • ;" • _ -
Seized, taken in execution, and to. be st
as the property of .Thoutas Keeler.
ALSO—Cnetaiti real estate situate i e
township of Wharton, Potter Co., Pa.; to ta
All that ,piece and parcel of land in ptme, s i•
of the defendant, bounded onthe West hr
W. Iloglies Sr Co. - rind Lahan Randall, on t
South by lands of P. W: Hughes SCo.,oo tt
East by lands of F. W. HaghesTB: Co.,
Rounds and Nathan Bailey, and on the N
by lands of F..W..i,lughes Co: contra
abont eighty acres ofland, of which ten an.
are improved, end on which are erected
frame house; one s:tw mill, and one log ha
and with some fruit trees thereon. -
Seized, taken in execution, and 'to be •
ns, the property of joules L. Barclay,- ,
ALSO—Certain real estate situate in P:
township; Potter Co.,Pa.,bOunded on they
.by ibt, No. 14, on the East by lots Nos 14,
and 35, on the South by lot No. 22 and
seated lands of the Bingham Estate. and'
the West by unseated hinds and by lots 3
13 and 3G, being lots Nos. 11 and 12 e f t
sub-division of thelands of the Bingham
tate in said township ; containing one he
9ector Port cf-Ci.arlskizi has been
arrested by the authorities of S4uth Car:
,olina, on a thargeof, treason. "Ps& Even,
sOn consists. in liaon . .;. - written
Pfes id en that...he - . had cleared •Teskts in
the _name, of - the. United . States,' and -that
he would continue. to :do_ so. .
ni y VIRTUE of sundry icri.'e of iyeilditioni
11... P _Exponus, Fieri Facias and Lernri Facias '
ivued out bf the Court of Coniazoii Ilects ,V' Pot-1
kr 'C0un. , ..?4, Pennsylvania, and to me, directed, I i
shall expcit' to public sale or outcry. at the Court!
House in C r ouiicrsport, on . MONDAX;, the 18th j
day of Feb. 1.860 ; .at l 0 o'clock, a. in., the, fol- I
lowing described real e;t4e,lo wit : !. -' , I
'All that certain piece or parcel 4 , f land sit:
thaw in Sharon township, Potteti Co. ' Pa., ;
desribed its follows :- Bounded ont the North j
by lailds of Pt ter B. Dedrick, on th; . e East by I. I
N Butts. South by the WOrligna lot, and \Vest
by E. White, Jr., being a part of Warrant No.
4331: containing 794 acres: be UM same more,
or less, about 30 acres iruprovekh with one;
frame.house and barn thereon.-- . 411-.SO-All I
that piece or parcel of land : situate it, - Hebron I
townShipi Potter Co., Pa., known :as the ]fig- I
ley lot, being part ofwarrants NOS. 1294 and
1841 and. lot No. Sit of the allotm6nt of lands!
ofthe Folx Estate ; contaning abokit 228 acres, I
Ibe the some more or less, with We' psual al-1
low:knee for roads, &c., with abu i ckt 30 acres
l inkproveMent, and one frame house, two frame I
barns and some fruit trees thereori 7 -ALSO—
Another;tract or pa'eel of land situate in the
township. county and State last! Mentioned,
containing four hundred and sixty-lire acres
or thereabouts, - bounded as folloWs': On the
Nardi by lot No, 40 of unseated - Rand of the'
I Fox Estate and by wept and east (parts of lot
No. 37, on the East by west part be 10t,1\70
occupied by Daniel Thatcher, and by lots Nos.
SS and 39, on the South by lot No:: 39 occu
pied by Norman Dwight, lot No. 80 belonging
to the eState pf Daniel Higley, and by lots
Nos. 50 and 100, and on the West hj lots Nos.
, 50, 57, 130 and 49, the said tract being known
nslots No s . 43 49; 51 and 121 a!' Ithe allct
meat oflalids of Samuel M. Fox; t cleeasetl, m
Hebron township. Potter Co., Po., l oud inn:ts
of warrants Nos: 1230. 1201, 1294 and 181 I--
on which are erected two log bo'ttscs,aud two
.. , tablei.;--:S.LSO—One other pie&: nrParcel of
land in ; Hebron township, bou;ndCd on the
North by lots Nos. 49, 48 and 51 of the allot
imcut ofland:i . of the estate of SI M, Pox, de
ceased, in flebrort township, oil the East -by
I lots Noe-43 and.s; ,on the South by 'Cos Nos.
nod 07, and on the West hyi lot No. 100
containing 8d and 7-10 acres, qith the usual
allowance of 0 per cent. for.rtip .S:c.i. being
lot No tio of tae aforeslid allotMent, aed parts
of warrants Nos: 1294 and 1341, PotteriCo., Pa.
Seized; taliorin execution, aktl to-be sold
as the puoperty.of John Holley land G . Corge J.
ALSO-Certain real estate situatm in-Dlvsses,
Potter. C 0.,. Pit., bounded on the No rtlt lot
No.'t id of the lands of S. Rossi and lands of
11. H. Hent, on the East, Southi and West by
lands of H. 11. Dent being lot 7`,;0: 12'4 of the
allotment , of lands 'of - Sobic.ll4 Boss" in- the
Township aforesaid ; containilig fifty . acres
anr, alluw“nce, of which fwenti- acres
prOVed, on which are one log liouse, one log
barn and 'some fruit trees.
Seized. taken in execution. +nit to be sold
as the'property of Norman 11. Ilogers.
AL ,O—Lot No. 58 . in "Alletany tdwnship,
.Potter Co., Beginning at ltuap eat the
south-West corner of this lot, tlience orth one
half degree East one hundrel and fifty-five
Perches and sesen tenths, to a post to South
line or lot No. si, thence Schlth
fifty-nine perches end -six teijill
the .south-ea; - it -corner of lot1..\:o. b .
Nortif , along the line of lot t
perchOs.,:ind three.tenthS to a [post tl,
west corner-of lot No. 55. th(lnce:T.;-'
South ! line of lot-No. 55 one knit
sixtypurrche.i to a post the mirth-ea
of Oil lot, thence South on( hum
ninet3'-twO perches anti stq!en-ten
beechi the soath• east corner ot this 1(
North 801 degrees West ;t‘vo bun
twenty-one perches to the plit:e b;
cuntatning trio Ltindred and fifty
ei,htjtenths of an acre strict tea
linnzred and twenty five acres oes,l
improved on . NV hi.ch are one franie
log lionsii.,• one frame barn land s
-Seized. taken id'excentioni aiid t be 'sold
as the ptocerty of Jas. A. Lynch.
ALSO—Certain real estate situ. to in the
Boro' of Coudersport, POtter do., Pa: hounded
on the North by Second strut, Bas by West
streer,.Snuth by lot of C. Alvleswo th, West
by lot of W. T. Jones, beinglone h 111 vill4e
lot on squaae No --, on nbich ate
one two-story Blacksmith's phop,- t ne, frame
Imuse.-LALSO—Villaae lota bOunded on the
North by lots of J 1 S. Malin, ,Bas, by West
streelf:.'Sotith .l;ty Second street.. We 4- by Hill
Street ; containing four village lots pia stptre,
No. —, on which arc
. ertcted One frame
dwelling lious.e,. one framejtarn! an'd one eel.;
lae-house.ALSO—Certai real e6.nte situ
ate in Sweden township etinty and. State
htme't .mentioned,. hounded .on 'the North by.
thelands of Bingham Estat , East by lands of
Jones anti . A v les - worth; Sono I hy !adds ofJo hn
Nelsen; Jr , - We'st .by landS of
. If. I t. t. Ives and
. --L- Brown. ccinthining on& h'unilre *and twen
ty:naies,. of which twenty serer Cr improved
And on which are erected o franie house
and one frame Baru. ! • s '
Seized, taken in execution, and .
as the property'nf Benjant Refill ls.
' ALSO:=Certain • real est te 'sitt ate •in the
Borough of Coudersport, dotter C 4 Pa., be
ginning at a post in. the West! line of Main
street, thence northerly by the li t i ti'e of, said
street twenty-six feet to th 6 cornerOf lot own
ed by H. J: Olmsted, theice !wes erly along
the line of said Ofinsted's lOt one hlidred and
sixteen feet to a itosti.thene soffit t erly twere
ty-sixfeet t a
s o post, cosier y one hun
dred and sixteen feet to ibe,plae"-lof begin
' icing. the same being lot :No. 5 of the plat of!
the prop6rtiof,john C. N. oi rind part of lot
No. 128! on "square .No. 1 of the plat of said
Borough'of : Coudersport,ltogethe - wilt. the
prie . ilege of a court or allay sixte i ln . feet wide'
commencing nt Third'. street -a d running
South Parallel With: the lint of - C.llitissinan's
lotto lot No: 127 forraerl.4occhpi d by IT T.'
Jones, On said lot is erectd.rt on -and-a-hriff
:Story. 'Store and out builelipgs, .. .. , . :, --
, Seized , taken ; in execution' nii to be sold
as the prdperty of JOnei, Ilanct kfones,
Balance due from the Trertsure to thefaci
lag Towullips.aud Diatricts.
II Town. Sch 47
$34 17 1734
• a post
Its to a
Balance. clue to the said' Treasurer far tr.
l•g11.1 . 11ag,.
Wharton, • 132 60
Balance due from the said Treasur
er to the kloudersport and Ship- silo
pen State Road fund.
Balance due frowthe said Treasurl -
er to•the County of Potter. .52/i
13alanOc due fYoin A. F. JONES
Treasures' . of Potter .County
Townships and Sehool Districts.
• • , Town. SC
Alleo-lunar, ,$lOl 10
Keating, = - 132
OsTayo, . AT
Sylvania,. . 300 1 ,
Summit. • • 25/ r.
Balance dne the Fifa Treasurer froatf
COuntr . •
W. B. 'GRAVES-, 0'
• S. A. SLADE,
*••. - L. BIRD. • - A •
LIST OF CAUSES for trial in thet 4
Common Pleas of Potter Counift
Term, 1861. .• -
11 3'aul - tind wife, vs. 1 - artn and Ertl,
Metzger; Strong adm'r 4, W. T. g
Downs, - . Wood.
Gridley, • " Lord and DA
Stebbins; * • " • W. T. Jogs,
CriEtt Langdoii" Horton.
Commnow - 111 - for use;'Swartz /05
PorperitY Az' " Rosa OV6lle.
Lyman Burt Wait'
. 135 111 ^- .
Hart, . • Jordan.
Lednardville Harry Lori
T. Ives, - &
Warren' Ft Son,"" Jones
T. heir Jackson,
tiny, .• ."gt -Ntwtoni:
a 1,,, ‘
. RmiAdi ,
• • II: z:otusTEß,::
to be sold
49 19 273
81 44 VT
LOG 34 391
10 83. 3b
. Town. Sch.
3 85 •
8 04 ~