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;Vectileed.a.y, Feb. 17,1864
Di. W. IicALARNEY, Entros
StirD. H. P.'s example next week
gp_Try the Dollar Tea 1 . at' JONES'
Drug Store. .
sg.The Annual Meeting of the Mem
bers of the Coudersport Library Asaocia•
tion has been adjourned to meet at the
residence of Mr. John M. Hamilton, on
Saturday the 2120th inst., at 3P. M. A
general attendence is desired; officers are
*to be elected for the ensuing yeir..
• By order of the President.
to. The friends of Rev. R. R. PIERCE,
'Pastor cf the Methodist Church at Os
way° Village, purpose giving - him a Do
nation Visit on r t riday evening of this
'week. Eminent sioealters have been en
gaged, and a supper will be provided, by
the !adieu. We wish them success.
ligA_The friends of Rev.J. J. ROBERTS,
Vidor of the Methodist Church of this
village, will give him, a Donation Visit at
*the, Church on Friday evening of this
The friends are, de fired to be
Peter Yentzer was fohnd dead in
'the road on last Monday.' It is thought
that he fell from his wagon and broke his
.Week. He was a man of temperate habits.
glier•The 46th Regiment hating re"en•
listed are home on furlough. Fifty.three
'belong to this county, We published the
:liaises of company GI few weeks ago,
and will publish the names of company
II next week. :After their long Beige in
'the' field they intend to have a;lively time
for the few days they are among their
friends. They will have a party in the
=Court House on next Thursday evening,
with . a supper at Mr. Glasamire.
1€4,..We are pleased to know that the
Academy at this place will again bo open
•ed on the 29th of the present month.—
• The Rev. Mr. Elliott is a gentleman well
"fitted fer this task, and his administration
'will doubtless prove successful.
The following is given by the Martial
, of this District as an approximation of
, our quota :
126th Sub• Dist. Coudersport 10
427th do Eulalia 8
128th do Roulet• 12
129th do Sweden • 8
• 130th don Pleasant Valley 3
431st do Clara 7
132 d do llebron '23
133 d do Sharon .35
- 134th do. Oswayo 23
135th do, Ceneseo 13
186th do' Allegany 15
137th do Ulysses 23
138th do 13i ogbatn 18
139th do West Branch 7
140th do Summit 3
141st do Abbott 10
:This is understood to mean 20S - 3 as
the actual number of men Potter county
'will be required to furnish under the call
of the President last January and the
last call; 50 per cent. being added in
tase of a draft. It will be noticed that
.each Borough and township forms a dis
tinct and separate sub-district, which is
Much the - best and fairest ray of dividing
the different counties. Our people will
feel, very grateful to Captain Blair for
The Commissioners advertise is our
- columns to-day a bounty of Three Hun-
Aired Dollars. This is a very liberal offer
and Should be made use of by the differ
ent townships to relieve the people of the'
burden of the draft.: If efforts are di
„reefed in the proper channel 'end by pro
per' persons it will require but a short
time to fill tie quota—indeed ) there is
but a short time left in which to work.—
Wn will say more about this offer of the
Vommissioners in cur next, and will now
only say that it is neoessny, just and
lair There is no war news of mitebica
llortanse. A number of Union prisoners
bays escaped from Libby Prison—some
were rteaptnred. Soul's skirmishing in
she direetion of Knoxville with no vital
ritrOte. The Conscription Act has passed
finally—the $3OO clause remains and
both, classes are united. Irolanteericig
s rapidly progressing all ova the 'North.
arise mansbers of rebel clasertsiz 4041 0
eui lines daily. I
iiis7GtrvEAort ]ETCHER said recently
in an address it Danville, Virginia, that
"Stonewall" Jackson was in favor of con
ducting the war under the black flag, and
so expressed himself several doss after
the secession of Virginia, proposed to set
the" e4ample by
. first carrying that flag in
the idea of the enemy, Jackson was - a
Tui number of Pules who have died
on the field of battle, or been executed
during the present insurrection, an.ounts
to twelve thonsand, and of th'.se who have
been banished, eight thousand.
ifte-Jotin G. Whitter,-the poet states
that White Wm. Lloyd Garrison was in
prison in Baltimore in 1830, Henry Clay
wrote from Lexington, Kentucky, to a
friend, in Baltimore "directing' him' to
.fineiand costs, and liberate Mr.
Garrison." ;This fact has not been pub
licly known until very recently.
WiIALE and hearty conserints who
get exempted on the ground ebtweak
nesa in the spine," may be sail to ,be
adepts in the game of Lackgammqn,.
—Same days since, a lady called ar a
daguerreoan establishine,nt in Oxford,
New York,;to have a photograph ,taken of
her Deice, ,a little, child then -with her
The , photograph was taken, and while the
lady was. waiting 'to have it finished ‘ the
little girl strayed into the laboratory, and
swallowed some kind of poison which she
found, there. When missed and looked
for she was found in the laboratory, dead,
having expired alihost immediately. The
aunt has since become insane.
• te - Goy. Gamble of Missouri died
very suddenly a few days ago. his fu
neral took place with imposing honors on
the 3d instant. The Lieutenant Govern
or, Hall, becomes Governor till the Fall
election. The radicals in Washington
declare that they eau carry the State by
a large majority.
1 A. FLOPY llrr.—At the reception of
the Forty sixth Regiment P. V., yester
I day in the Capitol grounds, Mr. Smith
(a member of the House from Chester co
unty) addressed the soldiers, declaring
that he did not know what to do to gratify'
theni,:so,large were their claims upon the
public. LAt this speeel., one of the vetcr•
airs cried out, "Let the Legislature or,
ganize and stop quibbling about politics-'
and we will consider ourselves repaid for
our hardships." In reply to this another
-soldier exclaimed, "There are too maney
copperheads in the :Senate to effect a I
peaceful organization " In reply :to the I
soldier,'' Colonel Selfridge (a war Demo.
crat) waved his hand toward the serried
ranks of his gallant regiment, and ex
dial:tied? in a voice of thunder, "There
are no copperheads there!" For a moment
the scene was an exciting one,the cheers
ofthe people and those of the soldiers in
meeting how they estimated copperhead
fas"-The Senate - has so amended the
Enrollment Act, that none . but such as
are in service, or who have been in the
service two years, and have been honora
bly discharged, are exempted from the op
erations of the draft. This throws ali
who served in the nine months' regiments
into the classes liable to draft. They still
have one advantage over other men, and
but one, that is, they get a bounty of
F. 402 tliey enlist, while others get only
$1302. No doubt many of them will new
"go in;" Those who were drafted in
1562, ill also be liable to draft.
The Harrisburg Telegraph makes
a powerful and well-timed appeal to the
unconditional Union men of tbisCommon
wealth to commence and energetically
prosecute the work of organization pre
paratory to the 'presidential election.
Whatlis primarily needed is the dissent
inatioh of knowledge on the vital questions
at issite among the people. This is a
labor of no less' magnitude than impor
tance, It is second only to the reinforce
ment of the armies in the-field. We com
mend the matter, in an especial manner,
to the consideration of those gentlemen
who have the Union ordanization of this
county in their hands.
THE member of Congress from Arkan
sas elected by the new state convention,
has pr i esented his claim for a seat.
CoL Wm. M. Stone, the new Govern
or of lowa, was once a canal driver be
tween Roscoe and Cleveland, Ohio, at
three `.dollars a month.
Tas phrase "down m in the mouth" is
said to have been originated by Jonah
about the time the whale swallowed him.
A. DowN cast editor says he has see the
contrivance that lswyers use to "warm
np with the subject". He says it is a
glass concern and holds about a pint.
All the Minnesota regiments, except
bee, whose times expire in
Mr. Wells Coverley, who has been a
prominent betel keeper in Harrisburg for
many years, died of consumption recently
The Mormons are operating largely in
some portions of Canada. Forty-seven
converts were recently baptized at Chat r
There is many an unfortunate cnie
whew heart like a sunbeam, alwaYS ap
pears loveliest in its breaking asunder.
Pekin, China, has the oldest newspaper
of the world. It . has been published for
0100 years . and is printed on silk.
orAtTlleceipta and Expeliditures of Potter.
county for the - year ending on the 31st
day,of Dec. A. D.• 1863:
Rec'd for couniy,icikes on unseated
lands fat; 1862 $5:53 44
Rec'd for county taxes on unseated •..
-• lands for 1863, , •
Rec'd for Relief taxes on unseated C "
lands for 1862 ' —7:111 03
Rec'd for Relief taxes on unseated
lands for 1863 121 97
Rec'd for bounty taxes on unseated
lands fur 1863 182 82
Rec'd for county taxes on setaed
Ids and personal property, 1862 ..17P9 98
Rec'd for county taxes on'scated '• •
Ids and pfesonal property-, 1863 2237 23
Rec'd for Co. taxes on seated Ids-k
personal proplty for prey.io.us,yrs .
Reed for Relief taxes on seated Ida
and personal property for 1862 608 67
Rec'd for Relief ta.Tes,on seated, Ids, ,
and iiersonal propetty for 1863 381 03
fteed for bounty tax on seated Ids
and personal property for 1863 671 92
Reo'd for Nlilitary tax for 1691 167 89
do 1663: 87 03
Ree'd for Co. tax seated returned
unseated for 1862 , .9 05
Ree'd for Relief tai seated returned
unseated - 62
Reed from monies refunded ' ' ' 4.37
Paid for Assessor's wages
" Auditor's wages , 60 12
1 . Clerk of Quarter Sessions • . 98 23
" Prothonotary's f: es 'es 79
11 Commonwealth costs _ 686 38
" Constables fees 106 50
" Clerk hire , 302 76
Corn's for bal. due for '62 32 . 24
Corn's services for 1863 382.10
11 Bounty to Volunteers 360 00
. 1 Counsel and Attorneys fees . 56 00
" hit. on bond to IT V Keating 66 00
1, Int. on bond to I Berson 350 00
" do do G G Colvin 15 19
"' Election. expenses - 704 09
" Fuel 11'38
" Grand Jurors fees 385 39
" Incidental expenses 16 00
" • Justices returns 7 76
11 Penitentiary expenses 337 26
1, Public printing 225 00
1 1 Qualification fees 28 20
" Road views 31650
. " Tip_staves 102 00
" Traverse Jurors fees 747 . 46
" Stationary 24 51
" Sheriff's fees i 72 00
" Wolf and wild cat bounty 34 00
1 . Jail expenses 70 61
" Repairs to public buildings 82 40
. 1 Stationary 51 51
" Relief to soldiers families 396 60
" bal. due Sheriff for 1862 111 69
" costs for county ' 20
11 damages by roads /08 Ot,
11 Court criers 2 oc
1, Money refunded 13 27
it Tending clock ' 12 50
11 Sundries 41 32
Excess of Receipts over Expenditures 492 69
We the Commissioners -of Potter county do
certify that the foregoing exhibits a tree state.
tnent of the receipts and . expenditures of said
county for the year ending on the 31st day ofl
Dec. A. D. 1863, as nppears from the original
entries and records la this office Witness
our hands a.t:the Comm:ssioner's Office the
20th day of Jan'y, 1864.
L. S. ROBERTSON,)
C. P. KILBOURNE, Comsr's
R. L. NICHOLS, ,
Attest: L. B. Cots. Clerk.
CIF the Funs of Potter county on the Ist
day Of Jan'y, 1864 :
To amt of Con3srs and Rater orders
outstanding . $3,339 03
" Judgt in favor of Warren
Co. Bank and costs 3,928 71
1 ' Int on same, Jan.lst, 1864 62 55
11 Judgt in favor of E& D Ilerr 3,907 00
" Int on same to Jan. - 1, 1864 1,172 10
11 Bond to John Keating 1,100 00
" Int. due Jan 1. 1864 6G 00
" Bond to Imo Benson for
bounty to voluritems 5,000 00
( 1 Relief bond to GG. Colvin 108 50
11 do do CS &EA Jones 100 00
and interest to Jan 1, 1864 -6 00'
" estimated expenses for 1864 7000 00
11 assetts over indebtedness 906 08
By amt of taxes due from, unseated
15 for '62 : less Treas. pr. et. 3080 52
11 relief tax due on same for
1862—less Treas. per cent , 695 92.
" Co. tax due . from uns'ed Id
for 1863—less Treas. pr ct 3457 57
11 relief due on the same for
for 1863--less Treas. pr ct 683 55
" special tax due oil same for •
1863—less Tress pr et 998 55
" county tax on seated lands
retarned as unseated tor '62 • 27 75
11 county tax on seated ret'd '63 10 74
" county tax on seated and
Personal prop'ty due for '63 2172 96
" relief on seated & personal
for. 1863 ' 502'17
special on seated aad per
sonal for 1863 . 559 04
a military for 1663 . 236 81.
" county tax on real and per
sonal property due for '62 101 571
" relief due on seated & per
sonhl for 1862 '34 OS
" : Military for 1862 13 65 1
county and other taxes on •
real and personal for 1861
and previous years , 11 50
" Judgts in favor of Potter co. 554 00
" notes held by county 133 32 i
" due from Cameron co. (Est) 600 00 I
" due on village lots. 42 27
" estimated Co. Tax for 1861 8436 48
" do relief tax for '64 1850 57
do special tailor '64 2534 00
- the Commissioners' of the county of
Potter do certify that the .above statement of
the Funds of said county on the first day of
January, 1864, is correct, as will appear from
the books and records of this office Com
missioners' office, Jan'y 18. A. D., 1864.
L. S. -ROBERTSON,
C. P. KILBOURNE, Comrs
R. L. NICHOLS,
Attest: L. B. COLE, Clerk"
TO CONSTARLES AND OTHERS
Constables and others who are required to
make returns to February Term of Court or
to appear at said • Court to be qualified, are
hereby notified to appear on Thursday after
noon, Feb'y 18, at two o'clock. as there - will
be no session of the Court till that day. 'town
ship ;Ware will please have their bonds
ready to be approved at that time.
S. J, 01448 TED, Protry.
Feb„l, IS-I 4
Corrected every Wednesday bA,P.--.A...STEB—
BINS a CO., Retail Dealers in Gpineriels4r.
opposite D. F. Massif:arc's' -; 2
applesiltreen; -7 0? ' 1 12
Y'• 150• 235'
Beansi:; 2'90 - 2 50
geeso.:ax, 25 ~3 6,
'Beef, • ' 6 ,- 7
Berries, dried, 1.? quart 8 - 16
Buckwheat, "ti bush., 60'
Butter, tb., -
Corn, l'R busb.,
Corn:Altai, per cwt., :"., . • - .7 • "1.75 ' 3.00 .
„Eggs ). :11 .. d0 ,' ' . Is Flour, e xt ra; * .-- VeVol,' - "`'•='B 25' "9 25 -
do* superfine " :.700 S 00
.70 lb, r • . , 10 .12
ll'ay,? ton, ' - 17 00 14 00
Honey, per fhi,, •10 123
Laid, • • "., ' , 12i '-14
Maple Sugar,'per lb., 12 .14
Oars, 7L4 bush, .• •' GO G 5 .
Onions, . ",. . I_oo, 125
Pork, V - 'bbl.; 20 00 22 50
do .11 lb., : . 10 . 12
'do in whole hot, 4 17 lb., •• L 8 Si
Potatoes, per bush.; . . :,. 44 50
(.Peaches, dried, - .el lb.,- , . 25
Rye, per husk.,
, , •
do's She's ; - -
Timothy eed •
Trodt, per -
Whel4; "tl, bush.
Milt° . Fish, it
VENITIAN HORSE LINIIIETI'.
pint botttes at fifty 'cents, cures lame- 4
ness,, cuts, cholic, Sc: Ri , ad the ;
following.: .• '
Dr. Tomas: We have used for the past
year your Horse Liniment for lameness, kicks,
bruises, celie and cuts, and in every instance
found it the best article I ever tried in this
circus,company. Please send six , dozen. hot •
ties, as it is the only liniment nto:use now
We have 108 horses, some very valuable, and
do not want to leave town without it.
Manager VanAmburg Menagerie.
Sold ,by alll druggist 9. • - •
Office, fiG.Cortland.t,Streeti New York.
Cansuroptive sufferers will receive a valua
ble preicrip.ticn for the cure of Consumption,
Asthma, Bronchitas, and all Throat and Lung
affections,..(free of charge,) by sending their
address to Rev: E. A. 'WILSON,
Kings Co., New York.
"DRFSER.Iit Your Beauty, Symmetry of
IL "Form, your Ilealth and' Mental Powers.
by using that safe, pleaslint, popular, and
specific; remedy known as Helmbold's Extract
Read the advertisement in another
column, and profit by it—diseases and symp
toms enumerated. Cut it out and preserve it
You may not now require it,i.but may at some
"It gives health and vigor to the frame,
Audb!oo!li to the paiiiti
It. saves long - suffering and expo Sure. Beernre
of counterfeits—cures guaranteed.
Ptamonary - Consturipticia a Curable Dinare
The undersigned baying been restored to
health in a. few weeks, by a very simple rem
edy, afte'r having suffered several years with
a severe lung affection, and that dread disease
Consumption—is anxious to Make known to
his fellow,sulferers.the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of.
the prescription used (free of charge), with
the directions. for preparing and using the,
same, which tikey will find a.sure cure for-Con
sumption, Asthma, Bronchitis Cotighs, Colds,,
The only object of - the advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is in benefit the afflicted,'
'and spread information which he conceives to
he invaluable; and he hopes every sufferer
ivill i try hiS,remedy, as it cost them no
thing,-and- May , prove a blessing.
'Parties wishing the prescription ifill please
address Bev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Ari AXE to the enclositre'of the subscriber on
k..) or al-oot the let of October, one two-year
RED HEIFEit Tho owner will come forward
prove ; property, nay charges. and take hey
acy . ay or she will' be disposed of according to
law. ZFM. FOSTER.
Wharton . ; '23d'No4., 1803.
SHERIFF'S` SALES. • i
Y VIRTUE of sundry writs of r'enditio'n
I_ll. Exponns, Fitri.Facies and Lexeri Fatis
iziked out of the Court of Common Pleas of Poli
ter County, Pennsylvania, and. to me directedd
shall expose to public sate or outcry, at the Court
1T:1143C in Coudersport, on MOND_A,..Y, the 15th
day of abr., 18d4, all o'cloelc, p. in.', the fal
lowing described tracts ..or parcels of land to wit :
A certain tract of land situate in Sharon
township, Potter co., Pa., being
.part .otwar ,
rant No 2176;13eginninu at a beech corner in
the north line of said . warrant "110} perches
west of the N E corner of said werrant,thence
south along the l.ne of land lately in posses
sion of T J Hurdle, thence further swath across
the Oswayo creek in all- 207 and 4-10th pers.
to a posi corner, thence east 54 perches' to a
post corner in the line of the warrant, thence
north parallel with the west line hereof to as
posi corner in the north line of said warrant,
thence by said warrant' line west 54 perches
to.the place of beginning; containing Se,venty,
acres of land, more or less; viola 40 acres of
which are improved, with one frame house,
1 frame harrii-1 shingle RIM, and a good" ail
plc orchard and other fruit trees therhon.• To
be sold Its.tim property of Thomas McDonald.
ALSO-4 ( ertain real estate bounded north
by lands of II H Dent and J V BroWn, 'east by
land-of 'Wm. Patterson,- south by lands now
or late of the Binglnim estate;•and west by
lands of N 11 Hallock and H H Dent, -. .being lot
No 129 of the allotment:of lands of H ; tlDent
in Ulyssw Potter co., ra., apd part of war
rant No 1252, containing alnint PiftY-Eiiht
acres more iii less, atraut thirty acres of which
are improved, pith I log' bone, 1 log ba'rn,
and some ft - nit trees thereon.: To be , soldl as
the property of-WinehellJahnson. „
ALSO—A certain_ 'tract of land situate - in
Sharon Tp : beginning at a post corner stand
ing 35 perchen.N and" 36 perches A from the
N , W corner of W*. Ito 5855;•tberice by tlid-S
line of lends of W T Lane E 100 perches t:
Pelt corner, ths'4lo6 by the W line of lands
. • 7 po.. 7.ba
1 OD 25
4 . 50
.13osTeN, , Ju1y 7, 1860
Kings count3',.New York
Estra:Si . .
P. B. Dedrick S 165 perches to it post, theice
B 15 perches to a pot, thence by the lin . opf
lercereau Westoi land 'S 133 percliii
‘ l, l .ii"o)S line of WL To bBssllElfgee ,ty-41851 , _
-Die of said Wt. No 5.855 a? 8 Ylg No/5859 if
, :271, &relies, thence 7 perchesphetice W
perclies to 3 corner, thencellADJhe
lands of G W Shemin N per - Chest to - the
N Tine of Wt. No 5134; thltite said line];
14Q Perc ties to a posatiorntiii
Of Az - el Labe S I 511' I tlerchegOo4CpoSt,'Clien'ce
by; the S line of lands of Ltine' , Vllls"
perches, thence by the B Nita of lanas.ttf said
Lane 151 perches to Ithe plaice of beginning,
containing 584 acres,l more or less, being parts
of warrants Nos. 5135 j• 5350, about 100 acres
of - - Whicli• are. impriwgd, With 1 double saw
and shingle mill. 41 frame houses, 4 frame
barns, a good apple urcbard and other .fruit
-trees thereon —ALSO--,Another tract 'of
nitig at,a post curud i r s'a,ndiog in the N, line
of Wf:NO 5559'dt t hi!d iitlfk•e' of 1731 , t
perches W frau' the N E corner therof, thence
hy'th . Oc. Wt: line W t 255 liercli6s . _eo a corner;
thence by'llie line o :land lof Lyman' Blit6 N
365 perches to the:Nw l':o l yk:State line,tbence
by said. line E 255 petelieS .; to 'a. Poit i cordei,
thence 'by the W lin of E li'Dedrlck S 355
'perches to LIM pitted of . begiziriing: cogtnizilhg
561.".2 acres. ' more 'oi: less'and'heing MIA of Wt
No 5353, abuut '40(1: ores of - Which's fc inipro,Y-,
frame lio ses,
ed, with 6, 1 frame linril,agood
apple orchard and they fruit ircTs•thcreon:
To he sold as the pilopetV of J. IL Wright.
ALSO—Certain teal estate in Jackson tivp,
bounded north by lands Of rllingbain 'estate,
east by lands ofßl4g-haml estate and lands in
possession of -A 13 Baker, south t.y hinds of.;
Bingham estate. and other, unseated lands'and
west kf hinds of A E, OOtte'ari'd lands ailing
ham estate, conMlnlng 250 acres; mote onlessi
being west part of lot N. 2 of the allotment'
of Bingham lands iii sltidl IT; ap . ci, purt'of war
rants Nos. ISSZ. and 180. E :abOut 35 acres of
which are improved, with 1 frinic house, .1
!frame bare -and sited, and some fruit trees
thereon. TO be sold as the property of Jere. ,
miah Baker. „ I I
ALSO—certain tither -real estate in Jr:ekson
bounded north, 'Mist and south Iv. lands
of Bingham estate turd other unseatt.d .lands,
and west by landfi,o!f deieinialt Biker, contain:-
ing about i 3 acres, l more or less; being east
part of lot No. 2 01l the a!llOtment of Bingham
lands in raid tivp aiid part of \Vt. 1804, about
5 acres Of which lire imProved, with I..frame
house and I,log silaile thereon. To lie sold
as the property of 11,.-n Baker.
ALSO—certain real estate, to wit i bounded
on the north Viands Os M Fni.,dee'd, lanes .
of Geo Fox 4-. S Rbss west part of lot No 146
of the allotment 'ofi' lands of E 0 St John in
Ulvsse,s twp, and !Ands: of Ross, by landS
of 11 II Dent; south; by lands of S Ross and .of
Geo. Fox and S. Buss,
.and wt st by lauds- of
S Boss lands of t h e estate of Sll Fox, dee'd,
and of George PCi ancllS Ross being lot No
118 of the allotment of Candy of E.,D St Joht
in Allegany twp aid partof warrants n 0.1209
and 1300, contain mg 8 111 and i-lOths acres, I
with the iisual . rilOvanee'.oe'sia: per ceht. for
roads. &e., 100 acres 4Wilich . are improved;
with 1 frame hone, 1 frame barn and 'seine
fruit tress thereon, To be Sold as the property
of F II Smith.
ALSO—certain! real ,estate situate in thei
village of Lewisvipe, POtter co., Pa„ bounded
on the north; by Ilands of \V A Whitley, east I
by lands of E thicket, S Hull and W Lyon,'
south by lands oll . Benoni Pearce and west by
high Way called \Test street, containing sixty
four square rods-of laud with one frame house
and some frult ti ecs thereon, To be sold as
! the property' of D wight: Oenung.
ALSO—ce'rtail real; estate, yiz : bounded
on the west, ,:ortli :trio e.a.st by lands of H H
I I.3ent and sent!) ti) ; lot No. 170 erthe ,hutment
of lands of S Bosh .in Ulysses twp, being lot
'No 125 of the af(Jresaid allotment and part of
warrant No. 1 . .52:..'t. containing 50 and 5-10ths
acres, with, the ulsual allOwanee of six per et. I
,'for roads, *&c., about 15 acres of which are I
improved. To be sold as the property of
°Lades. P..Sladel. .. i . : ~... ... ~.._.
ALSO— . certaiii real estate, beginning at M
post thMN E.cornet ofllot No 31 of the allot , '
meiat ti BinghanLjaodS in Hector twp, thence I
Oths rods, thence south 140
t :02 and 5-1001 s rods,tlience
east 102 and
foils, thence we
north 140 rods t
• the place of,Upginsting,con
lOth acres, being lot N 0.105
afoteslaid and part of warrant
0 acres of which are,itnproc
e house awl soine - fruit trees
sold as the property Edw'd
training 89 and
of the allopuent
No 1396 ) about
ed, with one fra
thereon. To be]
kLSO—eerta n real estate. viz: cemrnene
ing at a post th ,S E corner of lot No 84 of the
' allotment of tit. Bingham lands in Usway,o
trap; thence north 41 3-10ths rods to a hem
lock, thence esst 21 and, G-10ths rcds to .a
beech, thence' ulorth three-fourths of ti' degree
east 49 and 4-1 the rods to a hemlook, thence
east 17 and 4-10ths rods to a beech, thence
south 62° east 1.10 and- 2-10ths- rods„'thenee
south 73 rods, .lieuce,.lyez , t, , r,i2 and 5-10ths
rods; thence north 21L zind 3- . loths rods thence
'23 and 2Aoths rodi . 6 the place of Imi:inning,
containing - 77.a5d 2-10ths 'acres l with the usual
alloWance of six. per ct. for roads. fire., being
lot No 53i0f thtl aforesaid allotment and part
of warrant . i
Nu 918 about iii:acres of which
are itaProved, tTith one franie house' three
beard shanties and] stables, aid some fruit
trees thereon.. A To be sold as the property of
Edffard , Van- ntwerii. . , ..
.•ALSO—certin real estate, viz; beginning
at the S E coder otllot lio 211 of the allot
mentjtn of Bing-ti fatids ihtlysses tsrp,thence
north 10° east 100 and . s-10ths rods to a white
pine corner, , t ence south i39l° 'east 186 and
5-10ths rods,hence north 88° east 55 an-e.
j iB-10ths rods: fence south 100.. and . 5- . loths
rods, thence nest'
,244 rods to the filace of be
ginnino.', cont4nhig 152 acres, strict theasnre,
being rot 'No 131 ofilte- nfor'esnid allettiient
and part of wfirrant No 1261, about: GO acres
of which'are iinproved, with :one•trai* house
one frame bath and sotrie fruit trees thereon.
he property of Abijaha'm :Wag-
To be sold as
ALSOLcer ain land in ITaxrison ttip,viz :
beginning at al hemlock the S W corner o
No of-their:Hutment of lands in said twp,
thence north 1-1° east by west line of said lot
No, /11 82 ante 6-10ths perches, to a beech the
S E corner of loi No 112, thence west by south
line'anat. N0.(1r2 perches to it'Pnit corner,
thence south . 4 west•7B and 3-10ths
ton past corer, thenia south 88r east by
north line of of NW 127 140 perches' to The
place of begirtninc., l containing 66 and 7-10ths
acres, more or lessorith the usual allowance
of six per ct. t foi . roadS, "&c:, being lot No 157
&Alm allotnient of lands of Fox and Ross in
said twp; unl b part Of warrant No 1182.,-about
15 Acres of c, WI are improved, with ono log
house, one fame shop and, one, school house
and some fruit trees thereiin. To be,SOld s as
the pi•opeitftaf d.'S.Trownand Fanny IfioWu
' ALSO—Certain teal egnfe in Allegany twp
bounded CM-Rie north by , un'sentefflands,'east
by lands of'-Stanley; on the-south - be nn-
N.qst- by landB' of Oliver
,ining 'My acresovith, !no usual
I six per o. for roads; aboet
hick% cleared MT SIM nine acres
alloivattOo . o
one acre 6r-
one 'frame 'lctis'e thereov;..Tii
proporty. of L. D. Rosier;
D. C. LARRABEEf Shit'
Jan. 25, 1
,r,,E i ttEAS the Hon. Robert i G. Whits,
..,filteesident Judge, and thepo . ,ll!„, C. 3, -
kits and G, G. Colvin, Associate, Juggea or
thegO:tiika of Oyer & Terminer
Juil - Peliiery, Quarter Sessions of the Pes,c'
Orplittina!Court and Court of, Common kik,.
. „,county of Potter, have issued theic
pree - pt, betring date the twenty-first day of
Dec'r, in the year of our Lord one thou
eighttiondred and eixty-three, and to ma
directe.dithr holding a court otOyer 8c Termi
net:a—nd General Jail Delivery, Quarter Ses
sions of the Peace, 07phlin's court, and court
of Common Pleas in thelßorough of Coudars
port, on MONDAY, the' 15th daf of Febi,
next, and to continue one week:
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Cor
oners, JitstiCes of .the 'Pence and Constables
iYithin the county„that , they be theti and there
to their proper persona;
said day, with their •rdlls, records. inquisi:
tions,examinathms, and other remembraeces„
to do these things which to their' ap-.
perin.to be-done. 4ad those who are bound
by their reeoguisatfccs.to prosecute
the prisoners thia areor shall be in the jell of
said. county of Potter, are to bethen and there
to prosecute against them as will be just[
Dated, at Coudersport, Janr. 11,.1864, Ina
the Seth year of the Independence of the United
Stilte.s of .America..
ViTioter.: - GoodO
1 OUR atttcntion is iinvittd to the large and,
.just,yeceived, and for.
sale as low as the same qualities can be boned'
anyWhete in the county.
We hays on hand a large and varied, as- -
soi'ttnent of Domestic .'Cottons, ce-tpiimittg
BROWN SHEBTINPS, and •
BB' RT I N GS., •
• BLEACJIED MIISLINS,
- • .` STRIPES, • .
CO.TTOT FLANNELS, on which !Ii
cannot be undersold. j• .
We purchase onr Oods for Cash awl:offer
them at a ye6r, small advance
From Cosi. - .
• . FLANNELS.
J you want to' pu'rchase
' • .GRAY;
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING FLANNEL, eilT
PRINTS \ -
, Bitotaz, ft lad .
- W ()OLEN SHIMS;
A full supply
DON'T fall to , call, before purchasing A nd
'see the assortment
BOOTS & SHOES
OR, Men . Wonien St Children, in great Ta=
For Molasses, syrup; Sugar, Ten - sad Coifs.,
in fact everything in the qrocery:line, call
A iiill . astoitine4„,or almost eterstiise I . ist is
kept in'a: cohutry store on hand. We intend
to' keep Goods that' will give satisfaction ant
sell good articles at the' lowest living profit
Grain'of_ all kinfls,
Butter, Wool, - ' •
Sheep Pelle, rare,
County, Township and School Orders, for" .11 1
of which the highest prices- will be lisiff
Condereport, s Pa,Nori- IS, fisT -.- '
• till( 1=405 . 44't1t11
rplin undersigned would respectfully inform
1. the surrounding community that helms
taken the roonis formerly occupied by John
S. Mann, wnere hels prepared to de
All Kinds of Harnois Woik
on the shortest notice
LONG - FITRAW COLLARS .
plsq kept constantly owhanth , ...Theaa tolls
are A superior artiele,and need but a trial to
insure their success.
.Reiiiriring - don,*e in ; gO4 . ;tyt
Snruinglea; fMaitiiiiale-rinkiiilltimes, and
flame straps,: &c., kept constantly on Mtnal.
The public ire invited to call and examine,
before purckaling elsewhere. _ .• .
S. P. MINAR.
Coudersport. Oct. 16, 1860. ."
46.8tobbins & ,Cch
AGENTS - Eprittp sale of
WHEELER k WILSON'S; SEMS 6
MACHWES feir - E'oterCounty . -
§"0: . 1P Questioji Settldo ! nquire at
al; " • • erigineir
D. C. LARRAttRE