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One llrick Wrong.
Not long ago some workmen were on paged iu building a large brick tower, which was to be carried up very high.— The master builder was very particular chargiug the masons to lay every brick wirfv the greatest care, especially in the, first courses, or rows, which had to bear the weight of all the rest of the building. However one of the workmen did cot mind what had been told him. Iu laying a corner,he very eucclcs*G left coo of the bricks a little crooked, or out of Ime as as masons call it. 4, 1t was only one sio pie brick in a great pile of them. What difference does it make if that was not exactly straight?'' You will see directly. l The work went on. Nobody noticed that there was one brick wrong. But as each new course of bricks was kept iu line with thcsealrcady laid,the tower was uat put up exactly straight and the higcr they built it the more insecure it became. Cue day when 'he tower had been carried up about fifty feet a tremndous crash was heard. The buiiding Is ad fallen to the ground, burying the workoieu in the ruins. All the previous work was lost.and materials wore wasted ; and worse than this—valu able lives were sacrificed—and all because one hick had been laid icrc <j at the start The w rkaim,little thought what a dangerous thing he was d iog,aod what terrible harm would lcsult from his neg lect. My dear young friend, you arc cow building up your character. Iu the hab its you now form you are laying the foundation of that cbaraer.r. One bad habit, one brick laid wrong now. may ruin your character by *n Iby Remem ber what you are doing, and s e that every brick D kept straight— Ktv Z. Seicton, D IK The Old World's Exodus Now that the war is over and peace and plenty promise fruitful rewards to honest labor, wc may expect a mighty exodus from the Old World to the New. Com merce and manufacture will flourish.lib:t and industry wii. thrive, a: i _ti cr rv aide for years to eon.e prosperity must attend upon the people '1 rare are already indications of an overwhelming emigra tion during the present year. The mill ions abroad regard Am- ilea ss the Eden cf the world. Our I.iccut institutl. as have secured their ven-.r.. .ten, and tre operations and strength r ear Govern ment has blessed t: o . ores iu form.r years inspired This yar the incoming ot the labor and talent of E o.r.pe w.l! bo begun, and bene forth tnuusaocb w: . flock to our shores fur s Gal I r-.fits no less than for the po tical privileges so genera'y conferred by our institutions. Our country is aoip c c ;gh : r a .:v i cur resources dove. >p-od by to lusty arms of labor, will increase a hundred told Returning fro::, -.lie bl oiy scenes of war to the b mSceat avocations fp. ace. .ur so.d ers w i ugu-at. :c-. . _ a .a ur national industry. M . u: .tgr.s w thrive, agrict tore w i yi; j rich a- i richer returns, mic g Will b cr - cut i with new * g;r. c;l w.l. be :: ade to fi. w romat is.ud new r-cg s. and . the A:'. :s sto the Fae.dc we >'ca'. ~vc corn 2" 1 cotton, sugar at d s ver. gr_l*. tad gold and e very :,.ir.g el?e la ftrofastou The iafu?ion cf the be: of t e c'.d wor d wi'l increas . t • ,active: - of t e year, and add in the long run immeasnr abiy to ur cat.oca -dva mmoct see:.;, v political y mom y and ot erwl-e The oex; de-cade, under : e influence c-f cf immigration a- d the return cf ou* ptcc .' to tr e r use..', peaceful avoca tions. w wti c-s a *;v j; on ss g; .i in porot of e;v;l.:u:loc ss any the world hes eTcr kaown. Thc Third Series of Sevcn-TLair lies The groat succors cf the 7 3d Lean Gj US -i > , : .. a. .IT. .1? C7d o( 7 d mos: ; - - : c 5: renu • v: ■ cltu i o. .? : ■ -*g ,e: and cr its sir- eg held ope:: :1 c carfideaee and affect n.: the people On Saturday, May loth" the tlhsciiptiou were over thirty o. .too d. ars. and r the week c - • .a * .. .. , v* - r id iidd 1 v h.l mi.... - doi.irs. au i iu : c tree ...cut s that the L.ats has been iu c irge cf dir. Jay Cocke, eve five u. iced tr .on -i - * JL . .b . Iv'. *. jl'j * the freasu'y to r.? .5:.:: - : ev arc d -._n..ed, at: : it d v d?: urge the various obttgiiiafti ; w _: ban . lacurrem car . g the war FI storv w iv<' 4• us „ -^ bxs t. ever s - r a: -' v paid . and wc niil iH w. .agree that Secretary "ledc :h d:.-:rv - gr.i: c:: : : . . ab.uty . cas ta.tn/csud. re: c In sk: 1 c s d s;c :.y- i:nso c " o g no* for a mem- to d ?:u*. the a do ram ec. .::_rs _ i r.i or iu M] ■>] r..; ej sarktt the Tmamxj g. c _ted : . watiiud.r ct 1 } 1..' s it s:x c-cn: ißteres: ■ d vt 7- "r a: m Ta 1 a;ao"e : w: . i c. 1; av ; . n an g . t g.o ; .. ; e crc it ei . ; verczter * t i--S5 2i i :- s.p mcvcr s.sc .a; ;c pay *1- c. - c-c.i h: d u: to tl.c war Wvkl .. . .;od; i= -i Lisiae#. ihed ff-racce of iter.ss w-;-il-i no; fcgxe ce-c : ■ c : exn-ccsss. 7 . peiet may have o iri "je*Bt v "at r.c . •: ; _n: act * as we s ocuts. co '<ch* pr.-nca * ce-i ;t •'cc-ua i ! *-• As ' i;i w . b-e re s:bi!e w g-> } • a-? witn 1 - g~e--atmc£< and ibe i -> ■gdcet . ■. . c- - ... ce c t v . acd c r - r Ac, w... .. wiped cut is ! rapidly m ibe proper oicvrs can audit and adjust the accouuts. The Second Series of the 7 30 Loan tv i exhausted on Saturday, May 13th, Ou Monday, the Secretary of the Treas urv authorized Jay Cocke, the general subscription Agent forU. S. Securities,to receive subscriptions for of a T.hird Series, which is ail that is cu thorizci by Congress, and is without doubt the last loan at this high rate of interest that will be offered by the Gov ernment. There is no change in the terms or conditions of this Third Series, except that the Government reserves the right 'of paying interest at six per cent in gold instead of seven and three tenths in cur rency — a right which would pre suppose a return to specie payments, and make six per cent in gold even better than the higher rate in currency —a consumation ui devoutly to be wishcdlr The privilege of convertiug the notes into 5 20 six per cent gold bearing bonds at the end ot three years, or receiving payment a: maturity, at the holder's op tioD, is retained. The tirst day of the Third Series open ed with a subscription within a fraction of five million?, and the month of June will certainly see the last of the 7 30s out of market. How early in Juno we cannot predict, but parties who wish to make sure of a portion would do well to be in time Full paticulars may be found in our advertising columns. JEFF DAVIS ! NASHVILLE, Friday, May 10. Through Confederate officers who have just arrived, I get a full accouut of Jeff Bavis's movements up to witLia a short time of l is capture. Geo Debreil, who commanded bis es cort, was engaged in the battle near Raleigh, N.C.. when he received iotei.i --g nee cf the surrender of Lee ; and at the same time Wheeler got a dispatch fr a: Jeff Davis, duu J at Greensboro, N. C., cai lug for one thousand picked men to escort him and what remained of Lis government to Washoe, Ga Debrel; was accordingly dispatched with the required furce.and after a march tree dajs reached Greecsb- ro.at which | i'-t ho found Jeff. Davis with his fam ily. Judah D. Benjamin, Jo*. C Breck i r.dge, Senator Burnett of Kentucky.J H 11 gau. I\stmaster Gen Gostavus A. Hums cf Tennessee, and other Ret.i . fficia.s. As scon as Gen. Pebreli arrived the party prepared t > march.and they set sail, " :.e f. i.gwlog Jay J.ff. Davis and the il.t. i effic.als rode to front, .lowed b? a übu arces ce itaiaicg the women and c ildren and the specie, which was eur rently reported to amount to eleven rnil : 'OS of dj ar. It was put up in heavy ir.'-u beucd kegs and b.xes, and had a g-iard . f one thoosund u.en led by Gen. lAbrei", w; ch f. 1 wed th s train. At a pint ai .u: five m es from Greens r.::-g'i ey camped. Jeff. Davis and tarn y tak .-g nr t v .ir quart rs in t house in the v cioitr. Here rank and file sr: earned the .b-ject of their missian.acd it was d:eu*sed with a i the surmises which, t c.trrai-y excite.: t -? men be ag ex oeediogly anx as to knew the destination t r gevernmen;. On th? fi '.lowing day Jeff. Davis visit ed the boys and made a "seui stirring" *peecl advert, g to the disaster that had cvertakea their be oved Cenfederagv, bat gt-iag them every nssu-aacc that they we-e qc; irrevocab'v —chat ail that was rove??irr to u " ~eate succtss w; err a-cr.ee in tei" gvcm meat, and the acdausted bravery w : : eh eraracteri :?i i c C en federate Army during its past career Cp.-n "akirg ur- the lie? cf march.thev - -do a tec sau.e crder, , 7 .5 Davis hav _ - • * a - E % . . - Sv fGen A >y 2ney J:hs:•;n in w' oc ? ev'.nent y ret.sea tne utos; imp.tctt They reached Ci.a-'otte, N. C., when they again campod : and Davis harangued t c-u 2.-. -. ir?: ring cenaieace :z a~-i Jng t" g .wing words e: Rcb--e! ratri: ism He appeared barpv ■ n-i ch.er'a . :.; x : 'tis bv :ae ' ..ah ."a e■.rto nneerfai ccuve'sut:.n : : :m He v.ui prase llmrta n :. e or •er re ;r the .ai.es. and cu ■ e-z: t e " * g u --as an d. t '*■ e f■w - r e-t' e' Dn-'ederaoy. and paid ether but not 5-jbiian: x A*, this poia: tbey were jumj by Bass! :kf. -g :.sr-n ari Vang u. w.:.. ;~e : r e Eos. w ; ee-ersed :~e e-r:r: e tegn.feent pr;por:io& of 5, iv men w . the .. r •- the v ? :n learned the : . r s nr.- L' xe a pack of haa-grv w. ves :: ev w:-e sa i ien v er.in i.-i:! a: ■? G. v nmt n; was s g them, and as - treas a-y was near at . :u rr;„ ; : rg- in gr nr-s to the uT-o-rerasreor Jeff fn-aci it sec -- -y : i._. - as :u: elr.tueoee tvis we-ted nrw. The aeo c-ceyed thrir ara-rhlrg o*der> iri r #e i Jeff, into See: a Care isa to Ah n-.T e. where ff -r ag-a : n lilted, very much fa: gae-i ar. i lee era mi On the Jsh thicgs began to asa— a new desperate feature, and Jeff thnud it r " : i insrirs . brare hcya w : gar-; s-bstis: . :* a - wis - e T e ---y *t ; cpeaei. mi tie >1 i '.fcc* ok Geo. DcUed. w:;b brgiiss cf Duke, Fereneon and Vaughn were form ed in line, and the soldiers were paid off Some of tbe men were paid S3O, some 528, and others 20,. They were paid in geld and silver, tbe coin peiog chiefly, Mexican dollars, with few United States . but few received gold. In the evening Duke sent his adjutant General, Cant. Davis,to notify *II his men who wished to go west of the Mississippi River to report at II o'clock on the loi lowiog day. At the appointed time ail the men reported but Duke refused to take those who were without arms, and taking only those who were armed, and left the others to shift for themselves. They heaped curses on Duke and with heavy hearts went to Washoe, Ga. where they surrendered themselves to Gen Wilson, together with the brigades of Ferguson and Vaughn. ( The command of Gen. Debrcll escorted Jeff. Davis to Vienna Valley.on the west hank of the Savannah River, about 20 miles from Washington, when the grand dissolution took place on the 9th. At this point Benjamin, Breckinridge, Burnett and several others took a list farewell of Jeff. Davis and his family.— At the hour Darned Jeff. Davis and ais suit crossed the river, and the other por tion of the government galloped eff to Washington, their pocket handkerchiefs n mourning. The commaod wa-appris ed of tbe fact that they were now left to foiiow the bent of their own incliaationr. Benjamin and Breckeo ridge, with their friends, no doubt reached the wat bank of the Mississippi-— lribw e. MACON. May 15 —The ruse perp-trated by Jeff Davis to get away frotn thegaard throws entirely into the shade aauhing of the sort on record. When the guard went to the tent occupied by the iefuDct royalty, they were met by Mrs. Davis en diihabi 'e, with. "Please, gentlemen, don't disturb the privacy of ladies before they have time to dress." "All r igbt madam." said the corporal 'we will wait till you have on vourcuds Preseutlv there appeared a: the tent door an ostensible eld lady, with a back et on her arm, escorted by Mrs. Davis acJ her si?ter. "Please let my mother go to the sprioz for seme water to wash in 1" said Mrs Jeff, in a pleading tone. "It str.kes me your mother wears verv big boots,' sa:d the guard, as Le tsted the old tidy's dress with his sabre, and discovered a pair number thirteen call 5a 1Q 5. "And whiskers, too." ssii the Serjeant as he pulled the hood from her face : and j 1 Jtff. Davis, in all his littleness s r ooi before them. A "Spencer" was immediately pointed a: hts ear. and he was marched back to the tent and placed ia "durance vile."— 'How are the mij ty fallen 1" The jreat of thtr c-^QtOvi^rmav taesMf-o the clutches of justice ;a bis wife's petti cents . One more inc.den* is all that time and space w.l. permit me to mentioo. The -.1,1 er immed mely weet to searching i'avis to see what valuables they eoi d and on hts person, and bes.ies an amount of spec;;- touted a fit. :- • ver m. u::rl rev ; 1 ver, a presets: frcm a Lord □ aaaufac turicg company Wfc le he was search ing. pr.vate secretary Harrison came ur and m a ve-y indignant tone said : "Ate t veto ashamed to treat our Pres ident so? ' "Prcsideot—hell. " said the s:id er— "What's he President of ?" C - load Pritcl.ur i immediats ly formed b: hoes, r'acinz the prisoners ir th.tr own ttgwi and ambn'ances, aod started tor Macon. i e rart'rs were all sui :a : but the taa.es trtri litttrskill at ~ j \ ir:*;? 1 overa times and : e men stri nea :tem se res to be sareas: : Paris remarked *o ■_ .ionr. Prttobard '"at. had the? net been taken fcy su.-r-'se, they w ; i net are sarreade-ei wlk a* a fizh: "You were in a ve-y bad predicament :o r.g t when I saw you iressei in your vife*a mm govs," cry'? said'the Colotl; and Davis had m mere to sav. en - s ;-: read tr : v re-ce vc 1 acer v :f Press dent Johns: us t"c:T ma ::-n jf rew.ri fo - I av; ? C 1 Prilebrd read it ana t; bv an ~*i rt to Pav ? He read it. ani as he read be trea bled I k ; Be.shorn-- er ' e id the hand*-.:' g on the wi' H s kinds d'erei to hi? side. and with z zreaa I;• : tbe 1 raar .s ioom . u::n it tier. il ? wife cicied it ap. aci reai 1: a :ad. and t; es :. e em. re mar: ~ t arst : to tears ana r ST - wo* to th? bittar X y.H- r. : : Ijt.u u.t. :e participate is t e obseuoic'- ._, it ** c... —t..t c! arc es t; a: n easaet 1 tile v: ago ~c,re • ed . adze -o.t_h s abuse i - : c-o -rtesy af :r - ac a.ersee. * o : tt 1 at. srei* a-j eotragei ciaamas ceoey ty izzz zng ia % pa.rttu.ic bi "cottr iz se a.? pari zed the de - : . ten: ar a .uuic-i :a: eiders Planted—4 >our Apple Tr<?c, a. it:.; ; Apr yw. tl.oat ie'ir to A. r - a. L? .one cto r t - ■ w the '• >" i r r-t . >r - - T i. -s-ir:es ■■ as nz:as. I" C. a " o toppers, ween w; u ae-j of ":.irz- O'Z --2 - as-e- :: -em ni zs tb.i: j - cisie before la-rise J lit s; Hang az ccn&es sei: Tne P-esiaen: is si ito ts~igsd os a, —.?*.p o t.it i — xi.os. The status of £,ee ? s Army. The last great work of our dead Presi dent was. in connection with the Lieu tenant General, to plan the terms upon t which the surrender cf the rebel armies should be ni3de. Nothing shows the of Geo Grant's military plans more than this, that he and Mr Lincoln were able to count definitely upon the defeat aDd destruction of Lee's armv, which must bring with it- the defeat or surrender of Johnston's army. Foreseeing these great events, which virtually c'icse tbe war, it became neces sary to invent some method by which the rebel armies might be di?bandcd safely, and yet with such hold over them ly the Government as should affix a pena'rv tu farther resistance. The result of the President's deliberations with General Grant was the effer to Lee of discharee on parole for his whoie army. General Sherman has offered the same terms tc Johnson. By many, these terms thought to be too leoicnt; but they seem to me to be zreaily wi-e, sdJ to affect all that is desirable. He could not hold the whole southern armies as actual prisoners in camps. This would have been cruel and useless. It was not right on the other hand to suffer these soldiers to disband without any restraint upon them. Both evils were avoided by the conditbn?- adopted The actual condition of these men is prisoners of war on parole not to serve against their country till rezuiarly exchanged, and they, are therefore bound, under penalty of death, to retrPn from hostilities against the Government. At the same time, they are assured of safety the Government has b uc i itself, by accepting their paroles as pri.-oaers of war, to treat them as rightful beli-zerants The terms of their surrender relieve t! en:, if they observe then:, from the penalties of treason. This, too. is right and nec essary. for no one wishes to persecute the Southern people. Finally, tk-.v are prisoners of war. and. of course alien trunk :? by the tern:* :! v have themselves accepted, ani t: c-y have for the present no r zV of ciFxer -. :p These they acquire only bv taking the oath of allegiance and fidelity to the Gov ernment of tbe lai-.n aad abandonin. by formal ani so leant oath, all allegiance to any other c.vernu.ec*. r wer r ru' r When they do that, they are re?:;red t the right cf citizens!.ip. ? ?- w refuse ': ave n~ rizht to claim the privi leges of citizen?:dp. It is e'ear, tl re. that the terms proposed by General Grant c.v.r the wh<. le ground, and settle a: once the status of the rebel (oldien, and point oat 1 how they may regain, with sif ry the common welfare, the rights and cnv.leges cf American cit zees. Gov Brownlou's Desrription of L\-tov. Harris Th- L' Z -j|;are :t Tvni.essee 5 a? of fr TC Z k . !. T I r "T ? T*r r r d r a. ? b. G. Harris, the fogitive rebel Governor Governor Brownicw has bust issued hi? pr 1 :lao:ation to tLattffect, tci. ia ecrdacee wit'- i second c case cf t: e k z is'ative act. dflienbn in detail the p-'-T?- • iquc and genera" ek irsrter ti.e fugttiv;. We give at, a it is : ar_cterietic : -The aforesaid refugee fron josti e with.at "he out. crtty cf law. and to v : . latioo of .... "aw, human ani divine, the chief instrument in : ru-ting nt • lennessee th s terrible re be 1; a. u i it innumerable evils: a rebeilitn which has sterutcd ever- ci.Cs.iei : or-icr, ev-;-v aefence or virtue every sanctuirt ct r *ci ■ I -v * ; -'"j - - ->t \V ha '.Dose v .a so us r it t;aa::c tgert? w re astcnis; . g mankind w.th titer succ-ss. Os much as appallßg tt.em with their otrcc ty :w' ;z the fa 'est r : n:f t •' g -:ot C.mu.cn wetitn icibeeu az le h.i eoas by the triumphs of this areh-traitor 0 - t s c r ru" t _ . ir - a- - 1 "- - cur cf or-cnes, . ae dastards they .-z .ri -at -t. . -t t .i Cl. _. t .1 - with them to trie heart cf treostn : e ran a? a- i ether t; 'aib'es cf the 5:;:?. From tr.a: pe- :d until now, the sail Una G Hirns has beeo roving thrcagh the Sou:', swept along by :..s" unca-. - y.sd hurricane i :*at.:-uar;s and "ariens tempest c-f anarchy, never before 0-e; n ne ' .. e - v?.t. n g tne t -e: r ■ •?-"• t ~ z : b t ;- lovemor of Ten cess ee _ This culprit. Hur-ts. t? ooe h-jntJresJ a-_ i ".-rty are rn nt i iz i ? about fifty-five years aze. U - ccmplexicn ? sahew— j s :p - a;e dark ' .art a :*a ter w.t t .- ?; - _n ; icre bikini - 1" . ' i W tier as * . z ~ a c at tne - v w t ; the Yankee armv, asd eater-a'us so docbi ru; t v. - ~ . eve .rUer*:rd--no Beebewa tubacec racily. hts m;*il structn*e. be- is an nnsc-uct 1 - p.- - i in i t c r'rfit 1; • r ? . -beat est to i . s.ase- :r b.r - : - --ere— t.iit hei-t reek.ess :: • . duty, ioi fx*a .t :eu t: - n I: "-"e'-i be w be r and a*k - * n * r -iiec-z J If capturei. tne faz t that justice sn "e dene aim here. er-:n the theatre of -.s-ftrme: T;..a_;;ns The Xeicluryport Ilerald eoncu'ies an interesting hisrory ot the various sub stitutes for the large end costly pipe organ with the following well deserved notice of the Cabinet Organ : "All these inventions were, however, but little wore titan a series of experiments, a striving after an ideal, which should combiue all excellemei* and reject all imperfections, which according to the universal testimo .ny ot the greatest musicians throughout the world, has at last been attained tu the 'Cabinet Organ' of Mason & Hamlin Those who have had their ears pained by the thin, brassy sound of the old fashioned seraphine, in which the wind was forced instead of drawn through, or who have tried to be thankful for the improved welodeon, but wishing there was more of it can hardly realize that an instrument 0/ the same class should be capable of such Dower, richness ot tone and surprising effects as the Cabinet Organs. It is fortunate, too, that their expense is so low as to place them within the weans of almost every family in the land : and their ioGueoee will, we doubt not. be unbounded in musical, aesthetic, and social culture. — The Memphis Argus has information that the rebel General Fur rest was killed at Parkville, Ala , on the loth instant.bv four of his own men. to avenue the death of six of their comrades, who were order ed to be shot by Forrest the day before, for exulting over the news of Johnston's surrender, which Forrest did cot believe. The H-.r'i'm ?r<? A met i-. m I.a s a special Annapolis dispatch announcing the arriv vai of a transport from Fernan i.na I' a , brioglog b? Rebel officer*, including Col- Breckinridge, who was very indig nant at not being alirwcd to land Gen. Gideon J.Pillow has been captur ed • ear g. l:ua He wa* kept Iron, go! . g to his heme through Gar guerri :_s T. par led officers and men f I 1 ek Taylor's aruivare said tube 'overrunning' Mobile. Gov. Brown of Georgja has been placed in the Oi<l Capitol Prison at Washington. Jeff Davis was bung in effigy in San. Frarciseo on tie Ih Arrests of rej-ic er- . ver i're-1 Jen; Liacoln's assassicati jq st.l continue. The California Branch Sanitary Com .tis-ion has reeeatly remitted to New Yorg sl4 ~in g*i Am.ng the Como-isi ncrs elected to toe Xew School Presbyterian tj-euerai Assuo.l y, wi.i.u mc-t in Brc.-kya ti . oay before jcttejdiy, are tvn c. . . lai-i* rs. ,'ic from i and t: elected a.? alternate for the Rev. Dr B'-irard. the miiira-ar ,f tie Genera. ..--.a i_aa ever c r.iel to any G-.aera - proper that the NewSdi 1 branch t the Presbyterian Church, bating been the - --- -m s .. -u tr . . n -1 i. rise a-. v s the prejudices of enste The New Be . .res of toe rid race is tnexo rs cf l L c* .. . sst t : j.z i Oi .1 • v .: 1. :*. - de: . .<nii; is ; tee 'g i. ; eg aer_ ._. - :. n C." wZic'.i w 3; d t: *#r: j. v . i • gvuthem s;c e:y and ;n; Feiera. Da.:;:. - 2 .: .-:f,May - J.first:a Davis. stern state*" on' for the rast week* a reward en :mk c : i —" ? -2 ■; - . _it in his w":-'s ;r n ln: it' .e ' 1 s:; tit: s: - t j ... mm* bootsl.Perbap* Mr* 1 nas had a pretty -? it -s ~ n:*:-s pit.:a-., ba* ?:c laug :.t suci a c:: s;g:; _.an president Davis was a . .. - their editors ougnt to know FT: ere. - lit -. . - *•: r:rrcrh:ai eiiscrs a: J e * - i c ' - ..: : r . rer 5 Mg] ~ say Davis w•* a . ■■ c :;.;" ac: •t a -*: -j- - - - •- ic 1 cf ena*fe end t: use. ad;h:ugh Mrs Davis . V'" T- e w.-'s: v; ave tc : ir .*:la: •ne : -7 :f t e :a. • :1 1: -? a. . ..ire * . T T-l • . :. ear: • : g .r mm- * L-:..a. iig. c-isses a.:*. Mr? Davis an i .v.. ?a:i i.ec-na 11 mi i 2 " '■ - ' ■-- :- - ~-: -: """ :' * r . i* • ; w i£t -- t $" ' v ~ .*" e t --: . - :: t pine tx-I-. I. - a* :. iasi.da* tl -t w . rs:. •'. ; ... •: Ls a., tcitd n.w. an.: ~ *e tic nk :a . s>:air severe exanr'es. u fee - -g'-ed let :ne N 1 I: :,se dgn; >[- g .a; n. a*, aAn : 7 .." : .ec ia-nr : *.■?- tu: c: .a* .z * atseee.— — 3 o Zi±rn . SHERIFF'S SALES. BY VIRTUE of sundry writs of Vendition Exponas, Fieri Facias and Levari Faciar issu d >JW. of tht C urt of Common Pleas of Pot :*r County, Pennsylvania, and to me directed, I LcMf expose to public tale or outcry, at the Court House in Coud rsport, on MONDAY, the l&tb day of June, 1 -05. al 1 o'clock, p. m., the foi~ i iting dt 'tnbf l tracts pr parcels cf Lr.d to wit : Certain real e?ta'e in Jackson tp, Potter ;co , \iz Lot No. -- of the allatnrent of Blng* hatn .vnds in said tj, ai.d part of warrants N'os. .505, 131 1J and 1525, containi&g 6& acres mi re or less. To be sold as the prop erty of Aaron C. Perkins. ALSO—Certain re-1 estate in Sharon tp. r Beginning at the south-east corner of war ant No. S-,8, t-tience west 31 chains 82 links, thence north 51 chains 57 links to Milton Main s iand to a corner on the bank of the Huneoye Creek, thence along said Main's so th l.ne east to east line of said lot, thence south to the s. nth-east corner of said war rant No. 5e7S to the place of beginning. Con u mj One Hundred an j Sixtv-Foor acres more or less, about five acres of wlich are slashed, wi h one frame house and one old sbingie mi 1- thereon. ' To be sold as th property of E. Woleott Daniels. ALSO—Certain teal estate in Hector tp., Bounded on the north by lands of Wiiliau Little, on the east by lands of WiP'.am Cobb, the south by loads of R. Hammond, Em meiine Crippen and Z. Maliory, and on tbo west by ucs-. ;ted lan .s. Containing about One I: .j ire 1 an : Seventy-Five acres more ( or less, about ten acres of which are fp provc* 1. ■; one frame house, one log stable me fro t :re-.5 thereon. To be sold a* • e properfy 0: Erastus Gurnser and Wsj. H. Gurns f -y. ALSO—Certain real estate Beginning at the south-west corner of Lot No. 132 of the a.iotmeat of Keating lands in Roulet tp., sur vey;! to Di aiel Smub, thence east by Smith's sau'.a " ,j rod: to a post, thence south 43 ted* I ee south 9° west 98 rods to the ' tr- t down the r. rth bank, ot the river to south-east corner of lot No. • nee north to place of beginning. Con taicing Fifty acres more er lesa, being lot No. '* S-- 'I all. iraent and part of milt N0.5123. To be soli a? the property Ct LcV i C'Jfßtil. ALi< —C'.rta n real estat"- in Sharon tp., a: . r st eorn-r the line between Nl 7 . ; .'-na-j • ..a. ani being the north-€*st comer of * lot formerly owned by Pttcr B. Dedrick, thence along the State line •- ' the north-west r ■ 6 ■ tie* .. thet cn by the ne of ni: In . i sooth 173 rods so the north r"'r ••' -'-a- "Mr e ■ .-.>nc thence by -• -'• X .a' 1 47 - west 122 and S-iv* r fas rj<i- ii a .umcr la tae north lice ot >. Tv a....a land-, tbence by the north side of said land west 41 and 5-loths rods to t i r.e of the Ded.Rk lo:, thence along s&.i ..oe north 25J rud* to the place of be n_* C ie Hundred and • - '.-'-I : i S.t-T -.Mi i .res of land r--.-r-.ng:- - acres from the r- re 1. c. eyed to '. . -cy-FiVe acres of ' ' -i. Tc . e sold as the A ..>U- 1 t* .a r~ ! estate in tee ril.'age - B< : : m the north and i' ' 'r. and on the v it ytl ni. g44 r>ls wide an-I 17. rod* long Containing Seventy-Eight m I I lreo-F.arias *4, are rods of land with frame hoase : bine for a oars, and so!i as the -:r . f George Bar; etc, AL-"—■ ain re* esiate in Ifebroc tp., . i a 1 r. - i 3 f lows to wit: ? - ■ : .* • t anc .-aac Frick, - . . - 7 .c . Ti.*ee-Ter:_s acres, - - ssna k] wme* ' *.x rer cent, for ■ ■ ' - li D-5 r 5 I ~ TiD2l - ■- h-r rr..• *rees ■ t;r Re'rc ;- . - ' and Tacts I •' Ph . - fer'd Ceetmisinf Om -• - S -1 . Nine-tenths acres 1 - - - *• Nr.i ." -.f the allot "' • CJ • r -' i 17i deed, in : ' '1 c. t. - -rt : rrant No. 1851, 7 *f~ ■ it a;; improved. - ® "im He thereon. To be soli m- } .it f-Bpß t rkett. A .M—n . stntc beginning at a c=: the north-east comer of Lot No. IS of si'. :-'C!O2 . isse- tbsate *; . _s : • .<• r ? - st 4i roil. - s. " -" hs r: • tr> a re i :: - - w-st 1:.: .a* reds thence beginning g -m and " g - . .." 5 tire* with the . .. M c * M 1 : * - " fir riaJi he. E o :: eft en tent cf Bingham i:i: art of warrant Xc. 22 4". *.:. .t Kigfetj acre* cf which are ia - - i" ; -. :- : 1 57-j 5 eas; rt .* - is, -0.-:s aocti i ; east - - * - - ■- e.i i: 7. mi t-1 * rf. s I ? - - 5Y . - - J. " * Zc. z* D of beginning ntatn - One li.zi.-U i-d , - - a- -. Tr. --T. -Ms t :re anti -- r rr it No I >cf the a tmect of 3~z ~ i- ' A r-ty tp it7 part of \ Z - "1" - - '* ' . ~S _ - " - - - ---) • w 1 in ix 'm - ■ - *r 7 . ?_ ta• s ; *meny of l ~ 1 -.7 r ..i£ZZ Sheriff. Co. i :rsport May 11 75 73. Register's Notice, 4 ptanan thhn - - mi: -he - eowirg Acecn*tanu - : .at* t. the Reg A tars ~ - "m- : mm the jane " m ' : ' ' m; -ptit 1 Coir: ::r " 7 77; Mr .I'. tlj I fOSi 2: ni User B sr*.' z ,fc WEiiaas "mm- ivrg 2. Smith, -M .'-wt-. 7- fc 7 i■ - . : -f Z: v - 5 - - in Alstrrf 7. - xaii r tat i= .itfZtrr soa 7; iez i. 7 - - ---- 7..r <m:i: k Harriet A ir* A id-' M.r T' :f El. Ems, lahe :f Cc' -* - ".7 : Mis-d Co.: s.M -: r: M*y T ..v ZaZZR Register V: - -S.J *Mi 72 2I .i: re at i' 4