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Orphan's Court S a.
mor virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court of
Futter County, I'm, the undersigned, Adminis
trstor of LESTEII FLlNG'late pf Ulysses Township,
deceased, will offer for Bale. on the premises in Lew
birdie; 9n •-• •
• SATURDAY, Me 15111, day of September next,
, the followinic described Real Estate, to wit : All that
certain tract of land or Village Lot situate in Ulysses
tp., bounded as follows, viz i Beginning at a post the
north-east corner theteof, thence south 2 degrees
west 8 rods to a. post, thence north 88 degrees west 8
,rods, tbenceyorth 2 degrees end 8 rods, thence south
CM degrees. east Broth' to the place of begMeing ; Con
tainjpg 64'snstare rods of land, and being - part of a lot
Of land conveyed by.,deed from Bingham b.:state to O.
A. Lowli. The improvements consist of a one and
a half story frame house and a small frame barn.
'Sale to commence at 2 o'clock I'. M. To be sold for
-CAA. - LOIS FLING COON,
Aug.13,1866:---4t Adreer of Lester Fling, dee'd.
• NAT LIEREAS the lion. Robert G. 'White President
Judge, and the lions: C. S. Jones and G.-0.
It lolvitt; Associate Judges of the Courts of Over &
• iTerminer and General Jail Delivery,: Quarter Des. ,
pions of the Peace, Orhans , Court and Court of Corn
moo Pleas for the County of Potter, have issued their
precept, bearing date the Twenty-tit irdday of June,
in the year of otir Lord One Thousand Eight Unwired
4candStxty-Six, and to medireeted. for holding a Court
or Oyer: end Torminciy.and Oeneral Jail Ddivery,
-quarter Session's of the Pence, Orphans , Court, and
(Ault of Conti - non Pleas, in the Borough of tenders
. port, on MONDAY, the 17th day of September next,
. and to continue one week • •
Notice Is therefore hereby given to the Coroners,
Justices' of the Peace and 'Constables within the
County, thnt they be then and there in their proper
persons; at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, with their
• rolls, records, inquisitions, examinations. and other
• • remembrances, to do those things which to their
offices appertain to be done, And those - who are
bound'by theirrecog,nizancrs to prosecute against the
prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of said county
of Potter, are to. be then and there to prosecute
,against them as will'ho just.
.Toted at Cciudersport, August 13, ING, and the
90th year of the Independence of the United Stales
of America. W. W. BROWN, Sheriff.
. ,Registerls Notices. .•
LL Persons interested will please to take
Xl.notice that the following*accountants have
settled their accounts in thedtegister's Office of
Potter county, and that the same will he pre
sented to the Orphan's Court for continuator - 1,
on Monday, the 17th day of Sept, 1866, atfkhe
Court House in Coudersport :
Account of Asa F. Raymond, executor of be
last will and testament of Henry .E. Tucker,late
brAllgany township, dec'd.
rAccou tof AL'D. Briggs, administrator of 11'm
IsteLsonHowe, late of Bingham township, dec'd
• • - DAN BAKER, Register.
• Coudersport, Aug. 20, 1896.
Trial List for : Sept. Tenn 1866.
ItOssell it 'Raskin for' use vs. Asa Stevens et al
John Krouse vs. Martin, Mallory, et al.
Fuller Jr, Card vs. Deremer k Thoucipson.
Lewis Yentzer vs. Yates Anson. .
J. F Bachelor vs. Nay ,t; Smith.
John M. Dean vs. Robbins Brown.
C: B. Watrous vs. Seth Daggett,.
Barnabas S. Goodrich vs. Monroe & Cobb.
-- Franklin Cale vs. James H. Fox et al.
0. T. SWain, assignee, Ys. Heirs of L.A. Wood.
D. Patterson vs. Jas. Francis A: Geo. Francis.
Booth vs. Hamilton.
Thmket vs. Olevehul.
Ensworth vs. Flynn.
Thatcher vs. Peterson.
Billings vs. Pp.
Bel nn vs. Turner.
Pattirson atlerot al.
Ennis use of :Kenyon. vs. Lake Steve.us.
Joseph Maim vs. V. Wood cf \ al. •
H. J. OLMSTED, Froth's.
- Coudersport; Aug.
s. SHERIFF'S SALES.
Br v IRTU-E of sundry writs of I,7endition
_E):ponas, Pieri Facies, and Levlri Facies
, , wiled out of the Court of Commoz Pleas of
' '`Potter County, Pennsylvania, and to nre di.. ,
rected, I shall expose to public sale hr outcry,l
at the Court House m Coudersport, on i
MONDAY, the 17th day of Sept., 1666, at 1 t
o'clock, p. In., the following described tracts or
rarcels of land to wit:
• All those sic certain tracts, pieces fir parcels
'Kiflilmd situate in Pike and Hector, townships, ,
tabezta lottery Warrants Nos: ,5122. 5123, 512.1,
'505; „:5126, 5127, and eonveyed by Patents
front the Commonwealth of ?ciinsDvania to
JohmNieholson, dated the 29th & 30th days of
April. 1794, and named Darby Goshen Saint
'Thomas Fairfax Concord & Rich mond,and each
tract, containing 1099 Acres, or 6594 cores in all;
and being,the-sameas.conVeyed by Jdlin Nich
olson and Hannah hiia Wife by deed dated the
'49th',daY of March; A. D. 1795, to Joh 1- Ashley,
-arid recorded among the land recordsiof .Potter
"county in Deed Book B, page 147 &.c. , ,, except,
ing one piece containing 100 acres leretofore
conveyed to E S Mo-tort, one piece c nuainingl
:30,1' acres conveyed to S,ll Martino and one
piece containing 72 . 7.' acres conveyed to Wm.'
McDougall. - • • i
14kin which tract:of land are the following
ittiprovementS. vi: On warrant N 051.37 one
la of about 5 acres improved. with 2 frame
houses, one frame barn, one blacksMith shop,
and one Saw mill,now occupied by widowl nip
son; one lot of about 2 acres improv4 with one
losi . hOuse and one board shanty theteon, now
occupied - by S Darrow.; one lot of abut t2O acres :
improved with one frame house, I ne' board
shanty and some fruit trees thereon, now occu
pied hr Samuel Decker; and one lotj. about 201
.ticz es ithproved, with one frame house, one 1
frame barn, one saw mill, one blaeksinitli zduipi
.and some fruit trees thereon, noweccu pied bv.l
r : 11. D. Frost. .
.Ott warrant No. 5122, one lot about 20 acres
improved with one frame barn and isonze fruit ,
trees tnereon; one lot aboot 15 titres , improved,
with two fru ue houses, one log hou4 and some
fruit trees thereon; one hit about , li acres int
picked,- with one franie - iiouse and((oitei Ward
shanty thereon,nowoccupied by C:Wi.Edmonds;
one lot 50 acres improved With one fMine house,
oneframe barn and some fruit trees thereon,
now Occupied by 'Charles Pritchaild; one lot
. about 2 acres improved, with ones log house
thereon; now occupied by Chester .lEllsworth;
eize lot about 45 ;acres improVed): with two
frame houses:. one :frame barn, one frame shed,
one stl- mill and some fruit trees thereon, now
4e, c ti p i dby A. Kilborn; and one li4 about 35
titres improved; with one frame heusie,one frame
barn and some fruit tree. thereon„ now ()cell
pied byi Curtis Kilhourn. 1
On Warrant No 5123, one lot al, •ut 12 acres
ifimprord, with one frame house I ereon, now
occupied by John Razey; one lotubhut 60 acres
improved, with one framelimuse, or log house,
one fraMe baro, cue corn house, and some fruit
trees thereon, now occupied by John Sunder
lip; Ane lot ,about 12 acres improvdd, occupied
by iSiMeon Ellis; One lot about S acres un:
Proved, with one log house and on lo”. ° Stable
thereon, now occupied by Al Itobb,ins;One lot
about 12 acres ire ptds:ed,with one frame house.
and some fruit trees thercon, knimn as the
Chas. Parker lot; Oae , lot about .lp acres int
ifriued, with one.fratte bouser one log stable
and some fruit tree* thereon, now nccupied by
Wm. T.,/g,lOl, , - , -•
i'rfirribriTp...sl2VEfitelrit'abriio 8 acres improved, with lone frame house, one frame
barn and some fruit , trees thereon, now occur-
pied by Wm:. T. Leich, One lotiabhut 5
acres improved with one'frame house thereon;
and One lot abont - 16 - aerr piaproved, With one
frame house,,tWo frame barns 'with Ow, shed
and corn house attached and some fruit trees
thereon, now occupied' by .john Scutt; To be
sold as the property of liunsinker Jr; Oarlock.
ALSO—Certain real estate iu Stewartson
bounded and described .as follows, viz:i On the
east by warrant No. 594; on the north by
warrant No, 5960 on the West by lands of Wm.
McDougall and warrant No. 5150; and on the
south by warrant No, 5942; 'containing One
Thousand and Eighty-One Acres With alloW
ance of six .peri cent. for roads ,'Etc.; being war
rant No. 59631 with about One Hundred and
Fifty acres improved, un which is erected two
frame hoses, three frame shanties, three frame
barns, one blacksmith Shop, one saw mill and
some fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the
propertyof John S, Clark.
ALSO—Certain :eat: estate in the Borough
of Coudersport, boUnded and described as fol
lows, viz.: Beginning at a pest the south-east
corner of lot No. 20:2 of the, allotment of the
Borough, of Coudersport, part of sqUare No. 23;
thence by east line of lots Nus. 202 and 201
'No 6 degree east perchei to a post; thence
south 83:: degrees east to a line of out-lot No.
1, known . as the' Old Cartee' lot;,thence
courses of said line and the Allegheny River
north-eas• erly to the north line of Fifth street
extended !easferly, thence by said line south
east to a post near east bank of River;
!thence north tilt derrrees east 4 perches to a
post: thence south b3l, degrees east 8 perches
to the west side of a proposed street and 50 feet
to east line of said street:• thence by said line
north 6;4 degrees east 16 perches to a corner,
of lot conveyed by S. loss Ito A. F. Jones;
thence by tines of said 14 Oath 8.31 , degrees
east 11 perches to a post,Bol.o 5 degrees West
12 perches to a post, south 19t degrees west! 12
and 3 7 10ths perches. to 4 post and south ;14
degrees west 16 and 3-10thS perches to the
north line of lqt conveyed by S. Ross to Collins
Smith; thencelby said line!, and north line of
Fourth street extended easterly, north 83y; de
grees west to the place of berdrining; excepting
and reserving the proposed street of 50 feet in
width aboVe named, extended through the
above descrtoed premises, and containing, after
said reservation, Three and Seven-Tenths acres
more or less; also the right to erect and main
tain a Dam, and to open and Maintain a Mill
race, as provided by certain Artieles of Agree
ment between S, Ross.and AndreW Sardberg,
hearing date December 13, 1865, On which' are
. erected one frame water tannery and out build
ings. To be sold as the property. of Andrew
Sandberg and Charles Danielson.'
ALSO—Certain real estate in Bingham tp.
bounded and descriPed.as follows; viz.: On the
west and north by Unseatod lands of the estate
of S. M. Fox, dec'd on the east hy lot No. 54
of the allotment of lands in said township con
veyed by the Trustees of the Bingham Estate
to Wm. Cobb, and lot No. 190, and on the south
by lot NO. 20, containing One Hundred and
S - even-Tenths acres more orless, with the usual
allowance for roads 4:e:, being lot No. 55 of the
allotment of lands of the estate of S. M, Eox,
dec'd in 13inghani . township, and.part of r -
rant No, 1237,:withilbout eight acres improved
and one log house and some fruit trees thereon.
To be sold as the 'property of William B.'
ALSO—Certain( real estate in Sweden tp.,
bounded and deseribediasfollowS, viz.: On the
east by land owned by Edwin ,Podd; on the,
north by landa owned by Michael Snyder; on
the west by lands owned by Benjamin Tassel,
and on the south by lands owned by Joshua
Jackson ; containing OneHnndred acres more
orless, about Fifty acres of which are improved,
with one frame barn and one log house there
on, To be sold as the property of Reuben
ALSO—Certain real estate in Sweden. and
Allegany t'ps, bounded do the north by lands
of - . gunnel _Booth, east ,lby landS of Collins.
Gardner, south by landS of Abram - Kimbal.
and west by lands of C. Vanhormand A.
bal ; containing One 'Hundred and Thirty-five,
acres more or less, about. twenty-five [ acres of
which arc improved, with onefrarne house and
some fruit: trees thereon'; TO be sold as the'
property of Dunham Rost, .Tr. ,
ALSO4Certain real estate in the village of
Oswavo, bbunded and deScribed its follows viz,:
Beginning at a post on the east bank of a Spring
run, it being, a corner of a lot com'eyed by'the
Trustees of the BingliaiM,Estate to Noah Ora,.
tendon the»Ce south alt ng the cast bank of
said run 150,1 g feet to adiemlock post; thence
easterly 30 . !.; feet to a post; thence northerly
54 feet to a post a corner of Wm. McDougall
and I'. I'. Siery's land; thence northerly 8 and
8-10ths rodS to a stone in the east line of said
Crittenden's; land; thence south-westerly 4 and
3-11/ths.rods to the place of beginning ; con-
Mining about, Twenty square rods Of land more
or less, all Of -which is improved; with some
fruit trees thereon. To be sold as the Property
of P. P. Story.
ALSO—C,rtain real estate in Summit tp.,
beginning Withe north-west. corner of. jot Is; p.
19. deeded t 4 John M. Floyd, thence north 80
perches to post corner, Tence - eastPsd perches
to a post corner, thence ..south 80 perches to a
post corner; thenee west . 256 pore/I& to.';the
place of beginning ; Containing One Hundred
and T wenty,L Eight acres bf lanirmore or less,and
being lots Nos. 10 and 11 of the allotment of
land of kcating it, Co. in said township and
parts of Wai-rant 2118 and 2126, with about
Seventy-Fnie acres Unproved. Fifteen acres
Chopped, .With one block house,. one shanty
house, one Iframe barn. and. some "fruit trees
thereon. ITo he sold as the property of .I.er
rck Jackson, with notice to Orange Hoskin as
ALSO—Certain real estate beginning at a
post in the j north-west line of lot Ne. 1 of the
allotment of lands iii Eolalia tp.. thence West
along line of lot N 0.34 108 and 4-10ths perches,
thence north 68 and' 4;loths perches, thence
east :218 and 4-10ths perches, thence south 33
degrees east 7 perches, thence south 61 degrees
west 1:29 perches to the place of beginning;
ContainingSixty-Light. and Three-tenths acres,
more br less, with, the. usual allowance for roads
itc., being lot N0.3:1 of the allotment of Bing
ham lands in said tp.; and part of Warrants Nos.
9.054 and 2072. To be sold as' the property of
ALSO—Certain real estate .beginning at a
.post the south-east corner of lot No 31. of the
iallotment of lands of the Bingham estate in Ey
tp.,thence along boundary line of Bingham
estate south 112 perches, thence along, line of
lot No. 33 west 140 and 8-10ths perches, thence
north 41 and 5-10ths perches, thence east 60
and S-10ths perches' thence north 70 and 5-10ths
Perclies, thence east 6t) perches to the place of
begilDing;:contraring Sixty-Seven and Seven-
Tenths acres, with the usual allowance for roads
;..1:4- it being lot No. 32 of the allotment of Bing
ham landstin said township
.and part war
flints Nos. 2054 and 2072—ALSO—Beginning
at a post the south-West corner of lot No. 9.8 of
the allotment of the lands of the Bingham es
tate in Eulalia tp.. thence north S 83:; degrees
twest 50 and 5-10Ihs Perches, the* north 106
and 5-10ths perchei,thence:east 188 and 4-1 Oths
perches,tb mice south 61 degrees west 17 perches,
S huth 51 degrees nest 153' and 3-10ths
perches to the place of beginning ; Containing
Seventy-Four and Foup-Tenths more or
less with the usual allowance for roads Vic., it
being lot No, 44 of the allOtment of Bingham
lands i&Eulalia tp., and part, of warrant No.
2054, ahnut Thirty acres of the land' described
in the above two tracts are improved, and one
fraine barn erected thereod. To bets*. as the
property - of Nelson Wooddock.
W. W. BROWY,Sh.'ff.
Coudersport, 14, 1846..
THE LOWEST-POSSIBI.I PRICES
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS !
No attention paid to tile cost of
Prompt conformity to the Lowest
Market. Prices is our established
We are determined to give the
public the Benefit of the FALL,
We shall try to prove the Rule
"Works both Ways."
You iiaid high pekes when goods
went up, we will see to it that
you pay low prices :now GOODS
Others may go doWn, bat we do
not ibtentltO be beaten.
All we aik is to give us a Call.
Shop as h . meh as you please. If
you 'know our prices we feel sure
of a sale.
We are kri for the trade - this spring
and . are determined that •
CHARLES S. JONES
Shall take, the lead in furnishing this
section of the country with the best
articles for the least money. Ours is the
Store where that can be done. COME,
SEE, andr be CONVINCED.
All kinds of
we are now offering at prices which can
not fail to strike the purchaser as
CALICOES WITS ; THE STARCH
OUT OF BOTH CLOTH AND
M at7 ECIACT=IIo
Plain & Fancy: Cassimeres
Bleached and Unbleached
Muslins of all Prices.
Flannels' of all Colors.
SILK & LINEN
Ticking, Striped Shirting,
Denims. Crash. Toweling
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Delaines, Amer. Delaines.
Mohair Lustres, &c,
Of all kinds. COFFEES, WHITE & BROWN
SUGARS, SYRUP 6. COMMON MOLASSES,
GREEN & BLACK TEAS, SPICES of all
kinds' A great variety of the oest brands of
SMOKING & CHEWING TOBACCO. Corn
Browns, Cedar Buckets; No. 1 and 2 Jlaekeiei,
Lalarsidor Herring, Hams S• Shoulders,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
BOOTS and SHOES,'
REMEpIBER WE PAY THE HIGHEST
PRICE FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. ,
CHARLES S. JONES,
Ocrupstspoit, Junes 5, 1865
.. 7 .. .ii*lii -. oi.
. 2 :iiiii- g
VOIIR atttention is invited to the large em i d
JL, attractive stock just received, and for
sale as low as the same qualities can be bought
anywhere In the county. • • -
We have on hand a large and varied as
sortment of Domestic Cottons, comprising
BROWN SHEETFNGS, and
TICKINGS, and ' :
COTTON FLANNELS, on whichke
cannot be undersold. 1 1
We purchase our goods for Cash! and offer
them at a very small advance 1
IF you want to purchase •
RED, , I
GRAY, . I
PLAID FRENCH SHIRTING FLANNEL,IcaII
DRESS GOODS; •
SONTAGS, t • i
N , / 1
f r CLOTIIS; and
a full supply
DON'T fail to call before purchasing and
see the assortment
BOOTS & SHOES
FOR Men, Women & Children, in great va
riety and cheap
For Molasses, 'syrup, .ugar, Tea and Coffee
in fact everything in the Grocery line, call
A full assortment of almost everything that is
kept, in a country store on hand. We intend
to keep Goods that will give satisfaction and
sell good articles at the lowest living profit.
Grain of all kinds,
Sheep Pelts, Furs
County, Township and School Orders, for al
of which the highest price's will be paid
At Olmsted's '
Coudersport, Pa,Nov'r 18, i:981
ATLANTIC AND GREAT WESTERN
Railroad through Potter county.
MITE undersigned would annonnee to the people of
I_ Potter county that they have bought onUhe en.
tire stock) of M. 'V Mann of this place and VEI here.
after kelt on hand a full assortment of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY !
Including Writing; Tissue, Per
forated and Blotting Paper, En
velopes, Inks, Slates; Pencils, Cray
ons, Inkstands, Blank-Books of all
Writing BOOKS, Pocket DIARYS,
Drawing Materials, ,
Including the latest ' Stlandard
t STORY PAPERS,
ALSO' all of the Standard'
A floe lot of
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS !
Special attention given to orders for
Having made the necessary arrangements in Yew
York we aro enabled to fill all such orders on short
notice, By prompt. and courteous attention to our
patrons, with fair and honorable dealing, we hope to
merit and receive a large share of the patronage of
those wishing articles in our line,
V. C. & Dl. Et, LARRABEE,
Jan 15 06 tf
THE anbiarjbetilate Landlord of tile 'Union House,
is prepared , to accommodate Welton, to the Con , '-
ty Bent with Boarding, at reasonable rates. Jurors,
Witnesses sod others y111,111:4 it to their advantage
to give him a caii. 51. C. 110))!Ipa.
SCHOOLS . I
min subscriber respectfully inform
1 Coudersport and as public in
bas opened a • - •
.NLLECIANY_CO., . N. Y
One door below
ANDERSOY.t DOOLITTLE'S ,
HARD WAR r E S T
Where will be found-at all times, a - Complete Assort
meat, and latest styles of • • .
CAPS I r
Our motto Is
Cheap for Cash, Quick Sales,
Small Profit; But One Price,
New Goode received every week
Call and examine our Goods and Prices before going
. 1 , •
in the POMP. J0UR1C.61. 7 1 .
June 19.-3 m
ANDERSON & DOOLITTLE,
NO. 5, GILLETT'S BLOCK, NEXT DOOR
TO THE BOSTON CLOTHING .HOUSE
Wellsville, W. V.
A 4E receiving a complete assortment of
SHELF AND HEAVY
JOINERS _ _
Blacksmith's Tools and Stock,
PLATED WARE, '
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
WHEELER & MADDEN'S
Mill, Circular, Cros-Cut, and
Rubber and Leather Bettin4,
Henip and fiubber Packing.
IRON, NAILS, STEEL GLASS,
ga.arrxs ct,=.4:l. CZOXI7,Ia•
an c 7 Fi-CrX"lvir.
Turpentine and Varnishes.
Carriage Trimmings, Saddlry
Hardware, Hubs, Spokes,
SHEET IR 011 7 ,
A 117 D
COPPER- WARE. ;
Of all kinds executed In Ibe best manner. on , reason
able terms. Our stock comprises everything% in
our line, bas been bought for 40.41%.,,eriz1e,, at.
LOWFIGURES,and we are not to be undersold.
Dealers supplied at NeTi York JObers
L. E ANDE4Bc)N, ' A. L. DOOLITTLE
Wellsville, N. Y., Juno 16,18E6 3 mos
Notide.' - 1
GERMANIA, Potter CO., Pa„ Atifi. l l, 1863
NOTICE is hereby given that Charlet
shor, now or late of this county, holding
the following described , property. has not ye'
paid any consideration whatever, ecr, the'same,
and all persons are hereby warned not tb pur
chase any of said property of the said Busher
before the decision of the Court is, given in
this case and C. Bushor has, paid' to me the
consideration money therefor.
The following is the property:
'lst. A certain tract of land neari r the Ger
mania Mill, in warrant 5075. Abbott township :
Potter county, Pa., containing 100 acres.—
Also 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining
2nd. A certrin tract, of land, zilt.L. —a ant
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5819, in Stewartson township, Pottez
county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
C. Busboy holds also in trim! warrant no.
2501, in Games township, Tioga county, Pa.,
on the road leading from Germarzia to Gaines,
containing 850 ,acres.
tf. • 1
Coal and Lime.
The undersigned desires to Laurin - the citi—
zens of Coudersport and.vjeinity that he is pre
COAL ' and • -LIME
at fair prices. Eeepi a'Stoek on hand, con
stantly. S. H.:_,STCIRBS.
EMPORIM 4.,. ,Nly;!1,
e the attlzenz of
-nand; that he
Nev 7 Store!
Messrs. Jones & Lyman
Successors to S. B. WEST, are offeringtheir
large and new stock of
Drugs &, Medicines,
GENUINE PATENT MEDICINES op
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
PUTTY & BRUSHES,
LAMPS OF THE LATEST A r ND MO
KEROSENE OIL, &c.;!:&c., &
AND THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
Notions and Childrens' Toys,
To be found in die whole County, for sale at m
As those of any other establislin3entof thelind
in Western New :York..
Remember, neat door to West's old stand
E. A. JONES Sr.. E. IT.
N. Y., - Aug. 27,1866. tf
• SAMUEL iOHNSTON,.
Wopld respectfully informthe citizens of Pot
ter county that he is receiving., weekly, frau
NoAy York, supplies of 6.
EART4iEN and " OHINA-WARE,'&g.,llko.
Ile is doteemined •
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD.
Highest Market Price , : Pald far Shiaglog and all
Feeling thankful for past favors be hopes by
honest and fair dealing to merit a continuLiace
CALL AND TRY THE PRICES!
Oswayo, May 22-Gm •
An Invention of Rare Merit:
, THAT WILL NOT BREAK
/ 1 - BY BLEAT,
i Burns up all gas and smoke,
; ', never breaks by putting on a
7 . shado ; short, and not. top.
- 7 - -- t'..., heavy; is easily cleaned. by
r e m oving top ; in fact.' the
'9 mos t perfect c h imney known
'—an d is fast superseding all
t others where it has been in.
, .`i ,
traduced. \ 1 [
,' •', N o dealer can affor4 to be
without them. !
.. NEW LAMP CHIMNEY COvi
i , '" - q - N. 73 Warren St., 'N. T.
AATITEREAp Letters of Administrationj on the
Estate of EDWARD BLANK, late of Abbott
township, deceased, hare been granted to the nude;
signed, all persons indebted to Bald estate are re•
quested to make immediate payment; and those hart
tog just claims against the same should present theta
duly authenticated for settlement, to
MARGARETTE BLANK, A 1d,,,,H,e 5 ,
July 2d,1805. I
Dissolution of Pariuersill ).
XTOTICB is hereby given that the ,cop: l dtucT lhi P
.1:11 heretofore existing under the name of M. Napo'?
& Co.: has thie day been dissolved by mutt) ,ocon.ent.
Those owing the tid
hin will make payment to Mae Pa
Nelson, and those' hiving claims agaiost Itl . wiP r
sent theme to hiro !or, settlement
Aug. 8,1866, j T' • PRANK PHELPS•
tier a busimiss will be Contlntieid tat the•essse
place by the undersigned. where halvah. , ihemeed
See all fits old and•many new-Oastomera.
' • ; IitABONAOPS ° ;;'" '
THE NEWEST AND MOST POP' r
OF ALL QUALITIES
Glass of all Sizes.
ALSO. 4 LARGE STOQK OF
kinds of Country Produce
of the same