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Wednesday, April 9,18 t.
Thet Office of the Bradford Re
porter has been removed to Col.
Means' Brick Store, (up stairs,)
entrance on the North side.
ACQUITT AI. OF Rev s .
—The trial of Mr. Fairchia, br,fore
the Boston 11 unicipal Court, verrtiinated
on Saturday evening in a liet di ct o f
As soon as the commotion
created by the aenvonr J outoot of this
' result had subsidr.d, 11r., Fairchild
arose, and, in a many and impressive,
vet deeply feeling manner, addressed
the court, deelp,ring hi s i nnocence .—
W hen Mr. Fr:irchild.and his wife came
out of the court house, they were re
ceived by shout alter shout of enthusi
astic cheers. Besides being out of bu
siness for a year. Mr. Fairchild has
been subject to an expense of about
2000 dollars, on account of the charge
which has been brOught against him,
and he is mowa,poor man.
FIRE FIRE ! !—On Wednesday last
at 11 o'clock, a fire broke out in. Dan
ville in the old Store House on ibe river
hank, above the Danville Bridge. The
whole building was soon in flames, and
it was entirely consumed. The wind
was blowing from the river over the
town, and carried the flakes of fire to
a great distance,—during the conflagra
tion, fire was communicated to the roofs
of, about a dozen of -.houses, stableq,
sheds, &c. biit men were•stationed on
all the roofs ia the direction of the wind,
and by the use of water and tearing off
shingles, boards, extinguished the
fire wherever it showed itself, till the
town was saved.
FIRE IN ULSTER.—The property
known as " Smith's Mills," in Ulster,
township, owned by Geo. Tombs of
Lycoming county, was destroyed by
fire about 2 o'clock on Saturday Morn
ing„ the 29th inst. The Mills were
very valuable, consisting of a Flouring
mill with three run of stones, and a
double saw-mill, and has just been re
paired and put in excellent order.—
There was no insurance. The fire
was undoubtedly the work of an incen
diary, and an individual has been arres
ted as the perpetrator; and committed
THE PHILADELPHIA SPIRIT OF THE
TIMER publishes our article in relation
to United States Senator, in such a
garbled and perverted form, that we
should not have recognized it, had it
not been credited. If the editor wish
ed to 'display public opinion, why did
he not insert the article entire, without
striking out ,part of sentences, and ma
terially altering- its meaning ?
A. l .Putze FlunT.—A. prize fight came
off lately, about two miles east of.
Williamburg, between two Englishmen,
who rejoice in the names of Mike Ward
and Tom Crib. Won by Ward in 23
rounds, lasting an hour and two minutes.
Crib was left helpleis upon the ground,
without attention or medical aid, being
also deserted by his own seconds.
SENTENCE OF' M'CUIIRE.-GOv. Pratt
has appointed Friday, 27th of June, as
the day for the execution of M'Curry,
convicted_ at Baltimore, of the murder
of Paul Roux.
DEATH OF MRS. N. P. WILLIS:-
We regret to learn that the lady of N.
P.' Willis. deceased at the Astor House
mi Tuesday 25th ult. Her remains
were conveyed to Boston.
DROWNED.-A man from Owego,
N. Y., was drowned near Tunkhan
neck, a few days slug. His name
was Logan alias Sailor. His body ex
hibited marks of violence.
' IION. JOHN Dens has been chosen
S. Senator from Massachusetts to
till the vacancy occasioned by the death
of the Hon. I. C. Bates.
Tut DA FIXED, by both branches
of the Legislature of this State for an
adjournment,' is the 15th of the present
A TALKEL—A. man in the New Jer
sey Legislature Made eighly-sir speech
es last week.
Amos _KENDALL is appointed Post
31.teler at .VasiLagtou.
GENERAL JAch - soN.--Isa'ae Hill of
New Hampshire, who lately visited
the Hermitage, says :
t “ I found Gen. Jackson in better
hkalth than I expected ; yet so weak,
if it were any other man, I could scarce
ly suppose lie would live a week. For
the last four mouths he has not atterap
ted to take his customary meals - with
the family. He sits through the - day
in a well constructed easy chair, with
his writing m aterials, his miniature
bible and hymn book beforr: him. To
him are broukt as soon ar, the mail ar
rives,the newspapers ; and during the
four days I tarried at the Hermitage, his
first inqiiiry was for the daily Washing
ton newspapers and the letters bearing
the postmark of the capitol. His com
plaint is pailmouary ; one lobe of the
lungs he believer, to be entirely con
sumed. This condition is shown by
the shortness of breath, which almost
entirely precludes the benefit of per
serial exercie. When he .moves it is
so quietly as to produce lib - disturbance.
His feet and ankles are swollen from
contilatied.sitting, and he finds a sub
situte for salutary eAereise only in the
bathing of his limbs every evening in
those emollients calcaated to produce
a healthy action of the skin. Weak as
he is, he shaves with his own ITtl,
and combs and adjusts the ample gray
hair which continues to acid to the dig
nity of hi-appearance."
AWFUL CALAMITY—NINE PERSONS
DROWNED.—On Wednesday evening,
the Herald says, Geo: Rockfelle, his
wife and daughter ; Mr. Saulpagh, son
and daughter, Andrew Hawon, and
two other persons, who all resided at
Germantown, Columbia county, were
returning home from Hudson in a small
boat, in tow of the steamboat Fairfield,
and when opposite to their residetiel,
the line was castoff, and they attempted
to row to the shore. The South Amer
ica, coming down at the instant, the
night being very dark and a heavy
wind blowing from the south ran over
the small boat, turning every soul into
the river, and they were drowned.—
The South America immediately stop
ped; and made dilligent search, but no , f
thing could be found except a few arti
cles which had been in the boat. The
daughter of Mr. Rockfelle had been
married but a short time, and part of
her outfit had been purchased at Hud
son and was in the boat. Her husband
was standing on the shore awaiting.
their arrival, but nothing was known
on shore that night of their sad fate.—
The next morning some persons were
dispatched to Hudson, and when find
ing them gone, , seareh was made, and
the broken pieces of the boat were
found along shore. We understand
that the pilot of the South America
says that he saw nothing of the boat
until he heard a cry immediately under
the bow of the steamboat. He rang
the bell to stop the boat, but it was too
A 811OC1 ING DEATit.—An exchange
paper states that a,man named Maxo.n,
of Ceres ; Pa., was killed, and had his
legs burned off to the knees at his f-, ap
furnace, on the 17th inst. Ire bad been
boiling sap at the foot of arise ofground,
when his fire getting low, he cutoff a
large oak log a short distance above
the fire, and fearing that it might roll
against his kettles, tnrust a handspike
under one end of the log to direct its
course away from the lire. The end
of the log rolled on to the handspike
with such force as to crush Maxori un
der it—and crowding his legs in - to the
fire—they - were burned off - to his
Morse's :MAorcine TcLec►urtt.—
The N. Y. Evening cost is told that
measures - are immediately to be taken
for the completion of a line of Morse's
Magnetic Telegraph bet Ween Washing
ton and New York. Since the,tele
graph Bill has failed in Cong ress, there
is a determination on the pat of some
individuals to wait no longer for the
action, of the Government . A Tele
graph Line can be laid down between
Baltimore and New York, having eight
wires for the whole distance, - for about
9100,000. The work it is said may
easily be made profitable one to al? the
towns and cities on the line ; and, in
deed. tolbosebeyond; and it also may
be wade to yield an income to The
" THE CARRONDAL DEMOCRAT," pub
lished by Jodin and Benedict, is a neat.
spirited paper, and deserves to succeed.
moßrani.E MURDER IN MANURE:I
TU?, N. IL—We have the details of
dye horrid warder of one Mr. Jonas L.
Parker who was tax collector for the
past year, and had a bowling saloon and
residence in Manchester, N. H. on the
evening of the 20th inst. Mr. Hill, the
gentleman who has the immediate
charge of the saloon, was. entering the
front door leading to it, and saw a man
standing on the front doorstep, which
led into the saloon by a side door from
the entry, and also up stairs, where
his family were. Mr. Hill had Just
got seated as the man rang the bell.—
There were several persons in the sa
loon, and is Mr. Parker arose to an
swer the call of the bell, Capt. Sidman
Fellows also arose to leave and go home.
As he passed the front door of the
house, where the man stood, he heard
him inform Mr. P. that a Mrs. Bean
wished to see him on urgent business
at Janesville, (a small village, about
three-fourths of a - mile from Elm-st.)--
He inquired what Mrs. Bean, and was
informed a lady from Lowell, who
wished to see him on important busi
ness, as she was to take the cars early
in the morning.
..Whi.le Mr. Parker
stepped in to get a lantern, Capt. Fel
lows entered an alley, or by-place, and
just as he returned to the side-walk the
man and Mr. Parker were ahead of him.
He followed them 'as far as his own
residence, on Manchester street, enter
ed his house, and thought nothing more
of the matter.
Mrs. Parker looked into the saloon
soon after, expecting to find her hus
band, but, not seeing him, she supposed
he was attending to some business with
a gentleman to whom he was about
disposing of his property, preparatory,
to leaving the town. She retired to
rest, and, waking early next morning,
missed him. She asked his sister
where her husband was, hut, being an
swered she did not know, sent, or went
to the house of Mr. Goodwin, the gen
tleman with whom he was negotiating
for the sale of his property, and learn
ing he had not been there, felt some
what alarmed. Immediate search was
made for him, and the mystery of his
disappearance was soon solved.
A man was coming from Hallsville,
another little village about three-fourths
of a mile from Elm street, contiguous
to Janesville, and discovered the mur
dered body of Mr. Parker, lying di
rectly in - the middle of an unfrequented
road, made through a growth of pir,r,s
which lies between that and the oilier
village, and immediately gave informa
It would appear that Mr. P. was de
coyed and murdered for h,is money, as
it was well known tkiat he had money
about him. The• Lantern was found
near his body, vita a small butcher knife,
the blade about four inches long, and a
razor. The7e were two stabs found on
his right '.nigh, on examination, and a
dreadful wound on the back of his neck,
crossi•, i g the jugular vein and severing
it. There were appearances of a hard
s'a s uggle, and it is supposed that the mur
derer was wounded in the right hand
'in the rencounter, as blood was found
for a space of two hundred rods from
the body, and numerous indications of
his having dipped his hand in the snow,
to wash it oft: Cries of fire and mur
der were heard by numbers of citizens,
about hale past nine, but supposed to
be in different directions—the noise
soon ceasing, it was supposed to pro
ceed from some noisy boys.
A wallet containing $1635, was
found on his person, and a pocket book,
which he was seen to ihave, containing
a large lot of bills, is missing.' The
tax-book, contained in his coat pocket,
was taken out by the murderer, ex
amined and returned.
The Selectmen have offered a reward
of $5OO for the detection of the perpe
trators of this foul deed.
GOING TO OREGON.--A Company of
emigrants for Oregon, from Northern
lowa and Illinois, are to rendezvous at
Bloomington, lowa Territory, so as to
start on the 7th of next month. These
emigrants expect to join others at Inde
pendence, IVlo., and then form a large
company $o cross the mountains this
PRESIDENTIAL A PPOINTMENTS.-P.
G. Washington, Esq., as Auditor of
the Treasury for the Post Office De
partment, in the place of Matthew St.
Clair Clarke, Esq.; Col. C. K. Gard
ner, as Postmaster at Washington, in
the place of Dr. Wm. P. Jones.
News from all Nations.
Laman Blanchard, the well-known au
thor, and one of the editors of the Lon
don Punch, commitied suicide under a
despondency, which had its origin in the
death of his wife. Mr. McNulty's
trial is expected to commence in a few
days. He is in Washington prepared to
answer the charges.—On Monday the
first floor of Ellison's warehouse, in
Rochester, gave way, and precipated
four hundred barrels of flour into the
cellar, which was partly filled wtih stag
nant water ; loss estimated at WOO.
—The New York canal commission
ers have determined to open the State
canals on the 15th of April next.—
The Odd Felows of Wilmington, Del.,
have presented to the Rev. John Kenne
day, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal
church of that city, a splendid silver
picther, as,a testimonial of their gratitude
for services he has rendered the Order.
—The Empire club of N. York are or
ganizing with reference to the sharter
• election.—The Jones river cotton fac-
Itory, in Kingston, Me., owned by
Messrs. Allen & Barnes; was destroyed
by fire on Sunday morning, at 3 o'clock.
—Wm. Smith, a brother of Joe Smith
the deceased Mormon Prophet, was
bound over at Philadelphia, on Friday,
by Mayor McGA, in $lOO, on a charge
of libel upon Benjamin Winchester.—
The Belfast (Me.) Journal states that the
wife of Mr. Jesse Townsend gave birth
a few days since to three daughters, who
with the mother are doing well.—
Lord Glenlyon, who seconded the Ad
dres in the House of Lords, appeaied in
full Highland costume.—The jail in
Terre Haute, Indiana, was burned on
'the Bth inst.—the prisoners all saved,
—The Terrible, the largest war steam
er in the world, 226 feet lang and 961
feet beam, has been launched at Dept
ford, England. The quantity of
wool which has come down the New
York Canals, was in 1844, 7,672,300
lbs, and in 1843, 7,594;600 lbs.—
The bark Leouz, at Boston, for Canton,
takes out four of Hunneman's best Suc
tion Fire Engines for the celestials.—,
At a special meeting of the Corporation
of Harvard College, held on Wednesday
evening, a letter was received from the
ita'Aah Quincy, resigning the of=
Lice or President of the University.—
They had two severe snow storms at
Fp.iffalo, N. Y., last week, and intensely
cold weather, the ice prevents steamers
from entering the port. The main
sail of the brig MarTHopper, of Balti
more, lying in East River, at New York,
caught fire on Saturday morning from
contact with stove pipe and was destroy
ed. No farther damage done.,--The
CopferenCe of the Evangelical Associa
ciation held its session in York, Pa.,
last week. Bishop Long, of Ohio, pre
sided, and about 50 preachers were in
attendance.---They have a boy at the
American Museum in New York, six
teen years of age who is over 7 feet 3
inches high.-- 7 The body of an un
known female, apparently abont2o years
of age, was found in one of the docks of
New York i _ on Friday morning. No
thing is known of her.—An associa
tion, said to be similar its some respects
to the Odd Fellows, has been establish- I'
ed in New York under the name of Good
Fellows. The Presbytery of New
Brunswick. N. J.; have ordained a col
ored man named Rogers, to the work of
the ministry.—A number of whales
have been seen in the Deleware the last
week.—The U. S. Senate, before its
adjournment, forgot to make choice of a
President pro tempore, according to cus
tom, so that if the President and Vice
President, should die before the next
meeting of Congress, there would be no
one to.take charge of the government.
—Mr. Moore, late editor of the Clear
field Banner, was drowned at Muncy
dam, Pa., a few days since. He left a
wife and five children to lament his loss.
—A Miss Osborn, the fashionable
daughter of Sir John Osborn, was recent
ly arrested and held to bail in London,
for stealing a jar of potteh meat ! The
evidence was too strong to be resisied.
—Elizabeth Mc Phee is on trial at
Rochester, N. Y., for forgery, supposed
to have been committted by a paramour,
who as sailed for Europe.—An old
man, aged about 90 years of age, named
Tyner, who lived about 20 miles below
Monticello, Miss., on Peatl river, was
murdered a few days since his son
in-law.—The Methodist Episcopal
church in the borough of Uniontown, Pa.
was injured by Fite a. few days since.
—The population of East Boston, op
posite Boston, is now 5,000.
DESTRUCTIVE Film—The extensive
and valuable flouring mill of Robert
Halsey, on Owego Street, Ithaca, was
destroyed a few days since. There
was a large quantity of flour and grain
in the mill at the time, all of which is
entirely 'destroyed. The wind blowing
in the direction of the six mile creek
saved other property in the village from
destruction. The building and stock
is heavily insured in the New York
FIRE ON TILE MOUNTAINS. --The
Pottsville Miners' Journal of Saturday
last says : The mountains around us
are on fire in several places, at this
time, (Friday night 9 o'clock) the flame
curls upward from the Sharp mountain,
which bgunds our town on the south—
a brilliant and beautiful spectacle."
SHOT HDISELF.—On, the 15th ult.,
a man about 22 years of age, named
Wallace Jackson, in Clayville,- Harri
son county. Ky., committed suicide, by
shooting. himself. He was in a fit of
intoxication at the time he committed
the horrid deed ; and yet, so deliberate
was he, that he took.from his foot his
shoe and sock, and placing the muzzle
of the rifle in his mouth, he pulled the
trigger with his toe.
SICK STOKACII.-W right's Indian
Vegetable Pills, of the North American
College of Health, are a certain cure
for sick stomach, because they purge
from the body those bilious-humors
which are the cause of headach, nausea,
and sick stomach, weak nerves, lowness
of spirits, and other distressing com
plaints. From three to six of said In
dian Vegetable Pills, taken every night
on going to bed, will in a short time
remove everyappearance of .sick sto
mach ; at the same time the digestion
will be improved, and the blood so com
pletely purified, that new life and vigor
will be given to the whole frame.
For sale at the store ofJ. - D. & E.
D. Montrinye, in Towanda, and by
agents published in another column of
ger Caution.—As counterfeiters
are abroad, avoid all stores of doubtful
character, and be particular in all cas.
sew, to ask for Tfright's Indian Vege
MrTHE BRAD. CO. MEDICAL
SOCIETY' will hold its quarterly
meeting at the office of Drs...Huston & Mason,
in Towanda, on Wednesday, the 7th day of
May next, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
E. H. MASON, Secretary.
TEMPERANCE= NOTICE .
!Dr By a resolution passed at the last an
nual' meeting of the Bracfurd County Tempe
rance Society, holden on the 3d of February
last, it was made the duty of the Secretary to
address, through the medium of the papers, the
officers of the respective societies, auxiliaries of
this Society, requesttng them to call meetings
often, and effect a thorough organization. And
that, if possible, every township may be repre
sented by some person or persons, at the next
quarterly meeting of this Society, to he holden
on the first Monday evening of next May court.
The Society deeply lament the backsliding
of many of its members, and regret exceedingly
that some of our respectable citizens, late advo
cates.of the Temperance cause, are exerting a
deleterious influence in society, and such an in
fluence as is well calculated to promote drunk
enness with all its concomitant evils.
WM. SCOTT, Sec. B. C. T. S.
Mr. LIBERTY.MEETING. —Pursu
ant to notice previously given, a meet
ing of the colored citizens of Bradford county
was held at Towanda for the purpose of calling
a County convention on the 16th of June next,
to take into consideration the propriety of cal
ling a State convention. The meeting was
organized by calling DANIEL GREEN to the
Chair, and appointing J. C. JOHNSON' Secreta
iy, and after an interchange of sentiment the
following resolutions were passed 'unanimously:
Resolved, That there shall he a meeting of
Bradford county to take into consideration the
propriety of the abolition question, and to con
sider with the adjoining counties so as to call
a state convention.
Resolved, That David Miller, Henry Butler
and Joshua C. Johnson be appointed to address
Resolved. That the ohject of this meeting be
published in the papers of this place and signed
by the officers.
(Signed by the Officers.)
a - IST 01' LETTERS, remaining in
M the Athens Post Office, for the quarter
ending March 31, 1845,
Ausburn Sarah Miss Lowery Leonard
Arnold Ephriam Marvin E C
Bull Catharine Miss Morton Spencer
Burnside Rachel Miss Morley Alvan 2
Butler Jeremiah Moody Miss A 2
Cooper Ira Merchant M G
Clark Samuel MeDullie Samuel
Drake E C Pollard Samuel
Devalve John Park John
Deming Abner Post John
Dodge C Rice"Wantan
Gaslay Samuel Royce Benjamin
Gates Jane Stodard Leonard
Harris Daniel N Stephens Edwin.
Hoyt Giles Stewart C B
How Horace Smith Ira H
Hudson Oliver A Schroto Alexander
Horse Horace Ward It/chard
Baskin Samuel - Watson J
Jarnagin Spencer Waraer Wm
Kinvon Smith C. PARK, P. M.
CIAME on the domain of the Leßaysville
jePhalara, on Tuesday, they 25th Wt., a
RED ROAN MARE, about 8 years old—ra
ther large;• than the common size, and has the
heaves a little. The owner is requested to prove
property, pay charges nod take her away.
Lr•Reysville, April 1, 1845.
LASS & NAILS, for sale cheap in any
110111; quantity. 0. D. BA PM ,ETT.
k.N 47; 2 3 0/ErlV
HAS REMOVED hie office to the sj,
side of the public square. Basinerst
trusted to his care, by lettez-or oth erw i se,
receive prompt attention. w
Towanda, April 3. 1845.
1106 . 11 . 1117 451-1111Elial
ARRANGEMENTS have been m a d e br
the subscriber, by which he can facda re *
the transaction of business at the Pension
fice. Having had considerable experience
procuring Pensions, he flatters himself thi s he
can giv•o the necessary information to th ou , the
may call on him in this branch of bake",
Office N ort h s ide of Public &p gr „ ,
Towanda, April 5 , F 84.5.
THE subscribes has opened at the old ne e d
formerly occupied by S•S•ds• M. Bale
l a i n c d sq la u t a t re er , ly an by A E g . S. u, ifnorfrtohaet opfurpzethe
selling on commission any articles that may b e
consigned to him for sale. Any permit desie ee. ,
of appointing him Agent for the sale of any a t
tide can do so at any time.
References may be had to either of the fol
lowing gentlemen N. Betts, Ifirani Mu,
Thomas Elliott, J. D. Montanye, M.LMercut,
Barstow, J. C. Adams, J. B. Goodenough,
J. F. Means, Hiram Mercur,BurtonEing,sbury,
E. W. Baird, E. D. Montany &
The subscriber intends to keepOn hantlat all
times, a supply of Prot:brim s and Groceries.
Just received, to sell on commission, the fol
lowing articles ;
Pork and Flour, by the hb/. or lees quanti...
butter, Berkshire cheese, (N 0.1,) lard, codt:l.:
shad, Boston and common crackers. smokhl
herring, barns and shoulders.
Tee, coffee, loaf and brown sugar, molasses,
ground and common pepper, spice and cinna
mon, ginger, salicratus, raisins, cloves, mace,
nutmegs, prunes, figs, starch, fine cut, smokin z
and chewing tobacco, Brazil nuts, filberts, al.
monds, pea nuts, English walnuts, Zante cLa.
rants, bar and shaving soap, cavendish and Los,
anon plug tobacco, Spanish and common cig3R
English mustard, fresh garden seeds, (warrac.
ed) shoe blacking, tallow, mould candles.
Peppermint, boarhound,cinnamon,winter;r eer ,
lemon, cocoa nut, cream, pepper, mediczed,
mottoes, sour drops, sugar sand, &c.
DRUGS & NIEDICINES,
Camphor gum. essence peppermint. cinsunen,
and wintergreen. liquid opedeldoe, liar!,Tm eL
Godfrey's cordial, paregoric. eliter.
Lees' pills, German pills, 'oil spike, Ham, cr.
ment, aromatic castor oil, cologne, Fe1d111593,
ders, soda powders, pearl powders, Il e irdl ;
vermifuge, &c. &c.
SID,NEY S. AILEY.
Towanda, April 11; 1845.
BY virtue of a writ of - Fiera Faris ir,tea
from the court of common pleas of Bnd•
ford county, and to me directed, I shall eipore
to public sale at the house of %Vim. Bngs
the borough of Towanda on Saturday
day of May next at 1 o'clock P.M., tte
lowing piece or parcel of land situate in Colum
bia township!: bounded on the north arc
west by lands of Paul Furman, east by lan
of Leonard Gregory and on the south by }sr,.
of James Parsons. Containing forty two Ire
with about forty acres thereof improved, rrAt
a framed house, framed barn, with an scitle
orchard and other fruit trees thereon.
Seized and taken in !execution at the sail
O.P. Ballard ye. John Hur'hurt.
J. N! WESTON, Sheriff
Towanda, April 9, 1845.
!InoY virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Expo.
MID issued from the court of common pleas
of Bradford county, to me duetted. shall ea
pose to public sale at the house of Wm BrAzr
in the Borough of Towanda, on Mond the
sth day of May next at ono o'clock P.
M., the following described lot of land salon
in Herrick tp. and bounded on the north . b
lands of Lew is Rogers, east by lands of Ev. , l
Overton, south by land of Isaac Barber, ass.
by lands of Jesse Carman and a public rota.
Containing about fifty five acres with abou.
twenty live acres improved and a small lc; o.
framed house and barn thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the sna g
Edward Overton vs. Timothy Coggins.
ALSO—A lot of land in Rome 44, boun:" .
north by lands of Edwin 'fay for, south by Iv,:
of John Parks, and east and west by lands o•
Edward Overton. COntaining seventy ar'c'
having thereon a house and barn, a mall c .
chard, and about thirty acres improved.
Seized arid taken in execution at the suit a
Edward Overton vs. Barnab4s , Clark.
ALSO—A piece of land in Athens towns I
bounded north by the lot ,occupied by Ws.
Gregory and Joseph T. Cox, east by.Thons
D. Buckman, dec'd., south by lands of 11. W ,l
baton, west by Peter Little, being lot nu. 4. 0 ,
warrant lot 1510 of the Carroll tract. Coo
Mining one hundred and fifty acres and
two acres improved thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit ,
Horace Williston Jr. to the use of L. H. s!le!
man vs. Harry Butler.,,
ALSO—The following lot of land l'xat°
in Troy and Armenia townships and bounar
on the south by Drinker lands, on the west t
Alba Burnham, on the north by N.P.Cs.
on the east by Wm. S. Dobbins and Alan:
Batterson. Containing sixty two acres w
about fifteen acres improved, with a log hs
Seized and taken in execution at the
0. P. Ballard vs, William Covert.
ALSO—The following piece or prr"'
land situate in Wyalusing township and.
ded and described on the north, east one
by lands of William Camp, west by theen
of H. W. Camp deceased and J. D. SO'
Containing one hundred and four acres
.or less, with about sixty icres improved,'
a framed house, framed barn, shed, and ore
Seized and taken in c ecution at the g rit
Henry Shelden & Co. vs. Israel Csof,
survived Homes W. Camp,
ALSO—The following described er e
parcel of land situnted in the townshipsol_,•
losing and Herrick, bounded on then?'
land of Asa Bigsby and Charles A. 5.1 13 1
-the east by land of John Ertille ,
of John Holly and John fcCollister. s;
the west by land of :John Flinn and Closter
south by ,
Squires. Containing one hundred lIC
thereabouts, about thirty five or forts
thereof improved with one double log
two small framed hone; and one ' 15 , 3F