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rcgimflnt of Dragoons. It is situated on a
liigh bank of the Missouri, on tho western
side, and although" not regularly 'fortified is
yet sufficiently so as to repel all Indian
force that may bebrought against it. In
deed, I do not see how they could attack it
with any prospect of success; for in ten
minutes after the alarm, almost overy man
could be armed and mounted, and the
ground near us being favorable for cavalry,
wo could scatter them like chalf before the
whirlwind. Six companies of dragqons
arc regularly stationed here. The remain
ing four arc at Fort Gibson, on the river
Arkansas, three hundred miles to the South
of this. Our company is considered the
best in tho regiment, consequently I have
the honor of belonging to the best compa
ny of hotse'ln all America, north or south
A great many recruits have joined tho oth
er companies from the Yankee States and
some from Indiana. Hut none are equal to
the Pcnnsylvanians. This is allowed by
' every one. They are the best horsemen,
aire more orderly, and willfo more work
thari any other men except "perhaps the
Virginians, Kentuckians and 'jTenncsseans,
who are as good. I do not think we will
go out on a campaign this season. We
may perhaps takd a s'lort one. We have
had orders to be in readiness, but. the win
ter is too close at hand, and the prairie grass
is dead or dying, so that it will be diffi
cult to find food for the horses. However
twenty-five men went yesterday to lay out
a military road between here and Fort
Uoltee, on the Arkansas. ,
,4 I suppose you would like to know some
thing about the Indians in this country
The nearest arc the Kickapoos, who have
.their village about 3i miles from here
They havo good lands, and raise corn,
melons and other truck, and contrive to
make a tolerable living. They; have a
missionary among them, scntby the Meth
odist Society, and a blacksmith is paid by
government to resido among them to mend
their agricultural implements and rifles.
There was a farmer paid to live With them,
I la. .....1.1
but I do not know whether he is there now
or not. , t)
There was a band of Pottawalamics about
thirty miles from here; but they have rc-
1 .1 .1 -Km 1
movcu mis summer up me Missouri, aoovc
the Council bluffs! A company went along
to protect them against the Sioux, a very
ferocious and warlike tribe, and so numer-
ous mat mcy can unng upwarus.oi iwcniy
thousand warriors into the field. They
are the freebooters of the prairies and have
always been the terror of the fur traders.
They are) however, afraid of us, and to
that alone we arc indebted for their peacca-
uie ucnaviour. imv ui weir cniuis were
down here about three weeks since. They
are wild looking savages, and very expert
?.i .11 i Ai V
wini mo oow anu arrow.
Another nation of Indians is the Dela
wares. They have a village and lands
about 15 miles below here. They arc
brave warriors and good looking people.
Besides these we have Shawnese, Konzas,
or Cows, Otocs and others. They are all
peaceable at present, though there is no
telling how long they will continue so.
It is with pleasure wo announce to our
jvuucia mai jruiu uiu iaiesi intelligence
there now remains no doubt of the rumor
respecting the capture of the Ship "Susque-
Vll MMnll" n.A..in ............ Cl.AiN
.luiuiuii lowing uiiuuuujia. ouvunii ves
sels which have arrived at New York, had
met the packet since the day on which the
outrage should havejbeen committed, and
as they "read the name saw the passen
gcrs," &c.: thefe refnains no doubt as to
her perfect safety.
jcyEx-Governor "Wolf, in a letter to
tlio editors of thel"American Sentinel" do
jclines the honor of a nomination for tho of
fice of Governor by the 4th of March con
.vention. He contends that the acrimonious
feelings engendered in the contest of 1835
have not subsided, and "that the unsucccss
Jul candidate of that day, who will adven
uro upon a second heat, in" the face of this
but partially smothered 'feeling, must ex
pect to encounter a burst of popular indig
nation, which, will not fail to, overwhelm
ftim in confusion and inqfiablo disgrace."
This is strongs language, to say.-thp leastof
it-rjndicating that George Wpl? still holds
spite, towards thp Muhleygr,and thrif'fte &
his friends would oppose Mr. Muhlenberg,
even should lie bo regularly nominated.
Quito "ill-timed and unfortunate." In our
next we, shall publish the letter entire, the.
whole, of which exhibits a similar spirit to
that manifested in the above extract,
lC?Tlie riFTii number of "77i? Gen
tleman's Magazine," besides its regular
appearance, possesses all tlicjjmcrils of its
predecessors. It is on our desk for the in
spection of those who wish to patronize a
neatly executed and useful liteiary periodi
cal. One word to those who have borrowed
preceding numbers: fey Return them, or
we shall niver credit you on the same ac
C?The general election took place in
Nc.w York on Monday last. It continues
three days; and consequently in qur next
we expect to give the result of a warmly
contested campaign, as jn several, counties
the deniocrats have placed two tickets in
The branch of the U. S. Bank at Pitts
burg recently forwarded to life Mother
Bank at Philadelphia about 72,000 dollars
in specie. It appears that whilst on ,board
of . the boats between Hollidaysburg and
Columbia, some person drove up tho bilge
hoop of one of tho kegs, cut out a piece
of a stave, .and abstracted about $208. In
formation of the robbery having been for
warded to this place',- Constable SrorronD
proceeded to-Clark's iFcrry, and upon over
hauling the trunks belongiagtto. one of the
hands of the boat, fqund, $2.35 ,of tho stolen
money. Two of the hands on bpariljhe
boat were apprehended upon suspicion,
and committed to thojail of this county.
Jlcloria's Seal. The design for the
new Great Seal, which has been approved
of by.Jicr,Majesty in Council, has on the
obverse, an equestrian statue of tho Queen,
attended by a, page, and has tlio following
inscription .round thp border: 'Victoria,
Dei Gratia. Britanniarum Rcgina, Fidel De
fensor." ,Pn,,t!ie(xevcrso, the Queqn seated
on the throne in her royal robes, and .wear
ing the Crown; in her right hand is the
sceptre, and in her left thp orb, .IIor Ma
jesty is supported by. twpi female figures,
Religion ,pn pne side and Justice on the
other; above is a Gothic canopy, and at
the bottom is a shield of the Royal arms,
surmounted by the imperial crown. An
embossed border vof oak leaves and roses
encircles the whole. ,
TRICJKS QFt TRADE.. . , .
The New York Journal of Commerce
contains a report of a case in the Common
Pleas of that city Silk and Aaron vs. A
dolphus in the course of which there was
testimony adduced by defendant as to the
usage.pf certain flash auctions, which is
quite, pf aii edifying character; and ji it shall
notfscrve as "a caution to purchase it
mu3t,be (their own Faults vThe action was
brought to recover a balance due on goods
bought by the defendant at auction. Ho
had bougha great bargain of a pretty little
box, filled with jewellery and other small
articles, at sp much per article; and, after
paying a part of the demand, was "shock
ed" at the number pf odds and ends, small
brass rings, etc. which the box jwas found
to contain, and refused to abide by his bar
gain. Among pthcr witnesses calted by the de
fendant ,was a man named Coylcr Janny,
who cxposed..tlip manner iit which rn'ock
auctions arc carried on in so candid and
good humored a way, as to create consid
erable laughter. His evidence was as fol
Q. Havo you ever been employed as an
A. Yes. tiring fifteen years, I vas
SOS. . ...
Q. Do" you know of such things as shave
l0Xsi ' .. ..
A. Ypstl, A shave lot generally consists
ui u mcu loaning nine oox nucu wuu a va
riety jjofi articles of value, aud in the bottom
a large nuinben of small. articles .wqrth Uttlq
or nothing, and so minufq ,n.sizo that,rJiqy
can scarcqlybe perQeiyeuntil.ajl.tlie things
pro tyirne.d out of the boxM .All the articles
in tho box are' sold at so much each nrtf.
cle and when a person bids for them, and
the box is knocked down to him, he is
then asked to give a depositc, and after be
t M a, - .1 11 . 1
nas paiu, ii, ine arucies are men an uirncu
oui oi uie uux, anu uit purcnascr soinciimcs
looks a little astonished. ,
Q, Are there many of such boxes cold at
an auction .durjpg one dayl , ,
A. Not often. If we can really sell one
shave box in tho day, it pays all the expen
Q(' What do yo'ri mean' by the words
really vsellf 1 ,
A. It often happens jtliat, wo sell the same
box five or six different times in the same
day, to Funks, ,
Q. What arc Funksl
A. Puffers employed to bid against real
bidders, in order to raise the price.
Q. To what intent do these pullers bid?
A. Why, until I can catch any other
chap bidding; then as quick as I can, I
knock it down to him.. .
C'ross-examined.-Qj.JQ you think that
an honest way of doing business?
A. rip; that was the rcaso,n 1 quit it.
Q. But wcro jjiou' not 1.6 years at it be
fore your conscience became too tender to
bear it any longer? -hi.,
A. Yes; but thcro was not an auction
every day. I often refused to sell shave lots.
By (tlftro'MAVill you report how those
shave lots were put up?
A. Ycsj I'll tell you exactly. There
werp.agreat number of small articles, less
than tholop of your finger, and worth little
or nothing! placed in the bottom of the boxj
then there was a few silver articles put in
the'lop, and sold at so much each article,
and the bidder was.toJd tlnjre were 150 ar
ticles in the box; and as soon as ho purchased
them and paid part of the money, then the
articles were all reckoned, and made to a
mount to 500 articles. ,
Q. What used you to do on such occa
sions! A. Why, I told the best story I could, as
in duty 'bound. I was considered a pretty
smart fellow that way, and was, therefore,
Qk Did persons ever buy their own
goods at these actions? i,
A. Soiilednius the goods were sent to the
auctioneer with ari invoice; and if the.owncr
wished.to protect them, (from beingi. sold
too choapV) he; might.do so; but we always
charged Jiim the fcgs.o, .. ,..
Q. You have said. y6u have often sold
thti same article several times over. Ex
nlain that. - -
,n Ai . Ifvsforinstanco, I had a single watch
to sell, and could notgeta single bidder for
it, some of thewis bid fqr it, .and I knock
it downy.and then' fake it up again, as if it
was another watch, pretending that I had a
large number of them, and-,knock it down
to a second funk: at llinn mintJinr nf tlm
funks says, "that watch, is not , dear, I'll
take another of them," although he knows
.i . .1 . ; . .i . . . ..
inai mere i not any oiner "one. Another
Vfunk then says, "Come I'll take- two of
,thcm at the same price," until perhaps some
Klrnncrnr thinks (hp. wntnlms nr amnrr 'vorv
i-vo ' 6 '
cheap, .arid asks the opinion of one of tho
j wins, who iuiis nun "mere never was sucn
.!" ...t. .iv i.!. i
n Imrirnin. null. tlt( nlmtiirnr snva HT'II
1 ' ' ""1, ........ . ww,
take one of the watches;" and then the only
one whicn was lor salc,i,f given to him;
and if, any other person should, then say,
"I'll take another of the watches." I teli
him I am very sorry that he did np.t speak
in time, for the watches arc all sold. 1(.
Q. Have you known any thing of this' sort
to have been done in the plantiff's store?
A. I know nothing about tho plaintiff.
The witness here looked archly at tfic
box of trinkets which the defendant had pur
chased from the plantiffs, which had been
broght into Court, and was then lying on a
fable near where the witness was stand
ing ' .
Bui vM box- reminds me strongly of
Mujor Noah informs us that a few eve
nings since, in the crowded Saloon of Mr.
Catlin, at the Indian lecture, in the midst of
an intensely interesting discourse, a person
rose up, and in a solemn manner, said,
"Mr. Catlin, will youhavc tile goodness to
stopfor one moment." The audience
looked wi"h astonisjiment, and the lecturer
paused: 't'I have, lost jiiy little boy in the
crowd, and wish to call for Jijm." A dead
pause ensued iti the 1200 persons present.
"Clark Potter!" cried the father, "iler.c
I am, father!" said a shrill voice.in the cor
ner,, at which shouts of laughter and ap
plijs9.,epsued, as he stripling was handed
over benches to his anxious parent.
Immense forgeries have been committed
on the" Soiuhern Bank of Ireland." Two
pcrsons,:ba,ve been, apprehended in London,
on suspicion of being the forgers.
The New York Transcript of Saturday
says, that a sea-faring man has just returned
to Portland, after an absence of nineteen
years, (having been cast away among sa
vages) and finds his wife married to snoth-
The nolice of Paris Imvn tp'nni n slnnm
engine, used by a wine dealer in that citv
" iiiaiiumuium. oi luciuious cnani-
paigne, and other wines.
On Wednesday last, a load of hay contain-
. A ir..i ?.
mg nyo ioii3j irom rpnnam,,op,is way to
Boston. irirU fl-A nnfT wnnrnn nnrl fH villi
the exqpp(lon ofthe wheels, was consumed.
- : i i... . ..
no uutium was ui cusiuiicu oy incuon
on thc.iaxle tree, vhich burnt till it broke
off and let the load down upon the fire.
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Tho St, .Louis. Bulletin t of tho 17th in
stant says, "The sale of town lots m Jef
ferson City, -which took place yesterdayj
. . rt .1 1 ii mi i . J i
vcui on raiiien cuui, ., ina J0iat.a,verageU
uuuuv why uuiiiiia &ut:i:ii;-auiiiB suiu as mfri
as $120' . . .
MAimiF.l") On TlmrsInv loaf Mi-
Joseph Lilli:Y. of this nlacn to Miss Km.
iva.iKK, oi urir jrccn.
t in uanyille on Thursday last, by Lyman
ShQieS.- ESO.' Mr Wit.i.iam Svvnrn. nf
RueIi township, Northumberland county
In ATi'oo IVT.t... T ..... r !
....wo nijini ijjmn, oi iuuiiuiiiug.
DIED. On Thursday tho 2fltli ult in
Derry township, Mrs. Mary Movun, con
sort of Jacob Moyor, aged 09 years.
On Thursdav mnrninrr Inst. Mr. Jinnn
Wenich, of Hcnlock, aged 74 years.
Uf M9 quantity of Ground Alum Salt, just
received, and lor ealc at Uio choap sturo of, ,
J. i . Mutselman, Co,
Nov. 11, 1837.
A LARGE CALP-SKIN pocket book, contain
mg about $10 ui Sliinplascrs,und sundry pa
pcra, was lost between CWtaWirisaji'hd' Bloomsbure,
on the 1 Bt Inst. The finder will belibcrally reward
ed by leaving the samo at this office,, or at te store
Nov. n, 1837.
Dr. H. Smith,
WOULB respectfully announce to the public
that he will bn in niir.msl.... XI 1
next, the DOth Instant, and remain for ten days, at
Mr. Dan el Snvddr's Hntnl l... !.... i
- iiiwiuai lUCCIVCU
a great vanctyof the best selected
which arc warranted not to clrange colour, while
Ilia rinprntinna nrn irnnvnnlnn.1 .A n. i . i
.... . . buu.ull,u i luiswer aiunc or
namental and useful purposes for which Ihey are
a'.hp perfect satisfaction of his numerous custo-
uxrn ic uanviiid, uunng a year's profcBsional ser
yicbs." is tli oill 'recommRndntinii mnirli ha
sumcs necessary to scctae the calls of those whce
decayed Teeth mnjr-rcquire the attendance and skill
of a Siirccon Dentist. ' ' ' i- w
(Tji-Ladics will be called upon at their dwellings
Dloomsburg, Oct. 28, 1837.
fTTDoct. SMITH will
Monday tho 13th of November, :and remain a few
uujo ui itir, iwtuc j, jonnson a Hotel.
WHEnEAS, the' horibViiblc ELLIS tEWIS
President nf hn ,'mifianfnn-'A. jt- !)..
miner and General Jail Delivery, . coutt of Quarter
unoiuiin ui uiu j-cacc, anu uourt, ot Uommon I'Icaa
and Orphan's Court,' in the eighth Judicial district
Composed of tllCcmintilinriVnrniim1.rKil IT;
Columbia, and Lycoming; and the Hon. William
MoxtnUMBarrSnd Leoxaud RupitnT, Esquires,
associalo Judgi!3in'Colu'mhia county, havo issued
their nrecent bcarlnfr ilnth-iliK vr.ti, ,i f a. .
in theycar of our Lord, one thousahU cighf.hundrcd
nnil tllirK.c:nvnn n.wl tn m C l.-l l'
General Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
Common Pleas Orphan's Court,
IN DANVILLE, in the county of Columbia, on
the third Monday of November next, (being the
20th day) and to continue two weeks. '
i lotkeh therefore hereby qiven to the corpner,
the justices qf the peace, and constables ofthe laid
county of Columbia, that they be then and there In
their proper pprsqns, at ten o'clock in the forenoon
of said day, with their .records, inquisitions, and oth
er remembrances, to do those things which to their
offices appertain to be done. And those who arc
bound by recognizances, to prosecute against the
Prisoners that arc or mnvlin in tlm inil nf unM
ty of Columbia, are to bo then and there to prosecute
ftgainst them as shall be just, Jurors arc requested
to.be ,i punctual in their attendance, agreeably to
Dated at'Danvillcj the 20th day of October, in tho
year of our Lordotic thousand eight hundred and
iijiny-sv-vcn, antnn mo uad year of the indepen
muti; ui ub uuueu otates oi America.
WILLIAM KITCHEN, Shjf.
For Columbia county November
John M'Him ct al
v John Folk
vs William Scout
vs John M. Allen
vs Peter lialilv
Commonwealth ct al
Michael Urobst et al
George Stiho '
vs Hugh Allen's Ad m'rs
vs Andrew M'TJevnolila
vs William M'Kelvy et ah
vs micliacl llowcr
vs Joseph Maus
Jonathan D.HeUtcrctal vs John M'lleynolds.
Hf!ii in t. ....... .
t uuam r . iicynoias
John Fulkcrson et al
vs William Kitchen
vs Neal M'Cav ct nT
vs Fapny Cummings ct al
vs Nancv Cumminirg
vs Christianna Cummings
vs Lucas Brass
vs Alexander Cummings
vs William Gibson
vs William Payne
; CREDITORS. ,
rri.vKE NriTinR ii,t ,r
lumbia county, for the beucfit of the insolvent laws
of this Commonwealth, and that they have appoint
ed tho third Monday of November next, for ,the
(.rttA Ji-iT-U' atitlm sTAti. Iimia
uvDanvilic, when and whore you may attend if you
November 4, 1837.
All IHON,"Just received, and for sale at
new & cheap store of
T. Musselman, Cp,
November 4, 1837.
For Sale or Trade
A &lGr AND HARNESS
WW7"ILL be sold very choap, or given in trado
w xycuiuuurn waggon, or lor country
iiiijiro oi mo uuuor oltae "Uolumbia
v,,.H Vll0 j, j , luoauijMAW, & uo.
Dloomsburg, Oct. 28, 1837.
A FEW CORDS OF GOOD WOOD will be
jtm. laken In payment for subscriptions at
' the Of.
lice,of tho Columbia Democrat.
Dloomsburg, Oct. 28, 183'.
CAUTIOIV-. , . . ,
THE subscribcrat tho Constabla's salo of John
German's nrnnrtw.nlliRTiiri(T Hmcl. in...
. ' , - 1 lyvi - b lutltl'
ship, Lolurnbia county, purchased the following ar-
One "SToiing Sorrel Mare, SCO
One Mantle Clock. y
and havimr left said mare amlrlivVin
of said John German, ho hereby cautions all persons
against nurchasincr or Ink infl Ail fljon-nninnt .T .1..
. o - UJ UJU
Rnmn nf lnpirrtfril
... ...... r..
IjUT1ER A, GERMAN
uamngr Ureek, Oct. 31, JB3T,
The Pennsylvania Rennr
AND STATE JOURNAL.
Is rmblish-d at Jlarrhb lire, tii'irp n tn
uunng me session oj iie L.egxslali
uhu once a ween uuring tue recess
The Itenorter linn hren. unit n-ill
a firm and unwavering laborer in the cause of!
nuTocaieoi me principles or the,
ministration ofthe Gpni-nit fi
inc opponent of tlm nnrtv tvliiii tO
i t - i "- j -uinilUIti .11 111V iiAl
'live Department of the State, and which has tn!
viu oi me jreopie oi rennsyivania.
As the ensuint? ficssiort til It 1 nn m,,
a , , '
uiumary iiiipuriuncu. mc propnetor lias'maue s
arrangements as will cnaliln Mm n-tTn f-."n
f a --. w tun ,
satisfactory reports ofthe proceedings of the Lcg'i
turn nnA fn rnUili' ftiil..nn..lK. r . 1 '
1 ... VAt.Ll.WUUlj9 UI 111 USC
may patronize the Reporter as a vehicle of Legist
The terms ofthe Reporter and Stile Journal
Per annum, $3
Tlnrintr ihn Bos.inn ) .
Any agent or other person forwarding $10;
becomintr resnonsibln tliprpfnr will li..
1 ... U 1 . O.A I.VJ
forwarded, as may be directed, during the lets
Persons forwarding names of subscribers are
aucstcd to be Particular in Riminir iv(,il,.
. t . .-cj ....t.in. 1I1C. OI
senptions are to continue for the year or the scssi
WILLIAM D. DOAS,
,"7ERY rcspcct'fuliy iriforms his friends and
T public, that he has always on hand, al hi
very Stable in UloomiWrg, for the purposes of
or Lxchangc, a variety-of , ' "
- t-"-l i t-,: 1
GIGS, WAGGONS AND StfcMlIs!
wincn lie will feci gratified to keep in rcadiucss
tiin nrrnnimmlntinn mii.(nn,
Pcreonal applicatidn can bemadeathisresiden1
when every means will'be used to render entire s
lslaction to those who may gtyc.him a call.
' NOAH 8. PRENTIS.
Uloomsuurg, November 4, 1837.
Tor November Term!
Bloom Jacob Melich, Esq.
Cafuwttea Jac6b Martz, Jacob HowerWm. Get!
tiry Andrew. Bnttaih,'j,'W. Stamm
FishiHg Cf-BenjaiTiiri Jones; Esfj
Liberty- Daniel.Snyder, Frederick Blue, W
Hcndrickson. . -
Madison John Manning, Caleb Thomas, Es
John Fmicfnn Williom n;l. I
Mahoning Thomas Wfeodside, John Mowd
Rnmnpl nnl.L- Trrt f'l,:i.1 I
.. ..... .. . i.i.nij u uill I o iuiu9.
Mifnin Levi Kirlipmlnll. '
Roaring Creek Anthony Dingier, Samuel Ec
Sugarloaf John Fulmcr, Wm. Coal.
First week; , t
Briar Creek Philip Frcas, Amos E. Kitchcf
Bloom Simon Wcrtman, Philip Eycr, C
Rickctts, Henry Gctsingcr, Geo. Wert, Wm. Ii
son. . ' '
Calawiaa Geo. Mears, Jesse Cleaver
Derry William Ellis.
Greenwood Wiiam Lemon, James Wilson
Hemlock Charles Hartman, Isaiah Barton
Liberty Henry Shell.
.Mm-r-Samuel Crcascy, Esq. John Brow
Jacob, Mcarhart tlcnry .rettit.
'Mahoning-Colin Chrheron, Samuel Harmai
Win. iiartman, Wm., Woodside.
Madison Wm. Haldren, Jacob Dcmott, Jcrcmia
Mount rieaimit Andrew Mclirlr. Tr
Roaring Creek Abijah John.
Sugarloaf George Hess, John Lawbauch".
Briar Creek Samuel Hcadly, Esq.
Bloom Solomon Newhart.
Cata wissa Jacob Kruck, Benjamin Beaver.
Derrv Ailnm Tannnr. Mu-hnrl Rmvlni- n
T t 1 II T .1 TIT r.
fishing yreelt Harmun Labor. .
Greenwood John Rislil. Anrnn P((Ann AK
Hemtoclcl homas Hartman, John Quick, Peter
Rupert. John Pursel. Geo. Kaufman. Kan. llenrv
uni, jr. jacoD L.eidy, James iSmmct.
Limestone Wm. Tircman. Daniel Wstruer.
Mnttut PrVrjrmJL.Tnlin TTntrer.
illAnilllT)aviil Pnrspl .Ir. Tlnlntnn ftntr '
i.eq. josepn Alaus, i nomas uennem.
jwjim oeorge a. uowman uideon uensel,
Madison John IIcnddfliQt.
Tinnriiirr flreple Rnmflftl Afpei
SuirarloaT-L-Andrcw litis. Mathi Annlrrun
oamuci onuitz. , i, -. .
S" hereby given, to all Legatees, Creditor, nd
'Other ncrsonsintn'rrKtpd in tn n.i.i.. rtf tli rJ
pective decedents, tliat the administration accounts!'
T a ! .1 - i a J 1 in . . . . .
ui mu muu csiaics nave uecn (ilea in the onicc oi
thp ItorMntrr nf tVw ht., nrnj..i.L - j ..int..
presented for conurrnMlon andallowance in the Or- P
phan s Court, to bo licld at Danville, in and for tho 1 ?
iruuui; aiuresaiu', on j uesuay tho Blst day ol Ko
vemlicrnext, at 3 o'clock P.M.
1st, The account of Henry Didrick, adminUtra-
tor Of thbestato of Jnrnli TWrirlr. Info nf H
township, deceased. .r-l ;
2d. The supplementary account of JacobjScldoI'Bf L
and John siill n,!,,.;,,:.!,.!.,. rii.. i.i .nj,. I r f
' " -" - J WJJilllllOIIUIUID U. U1V W!.. Will ,
Seidle,lato of Derry township deceased;' ' J'
3d. The fleroutit nf Tcfi. filUirnr. nilrniniclriitAii
of the estate of Frederick Bodine, late of Liberty
township, deceased. "
4th. 'I'lin arrmiiit nf CilrtK Stn,lnn ,1,:,V.
tor of tbn pfil.itn nf Jnrnli Klinp. tntn nrifnimi IM..
sant township, deceased.
5th. -l'ho' account of John' Slieep and CalfU
Thomas, nilmiiiislratnra nf tlm .. A
, w. . . .u VI 1 1 1 111 1 1. I T
Sheep, late of Derry townsliip, deceased,
kflth'. The hecount of John Sheep ind William'
j'nvder. administrators nf th.rtit. Ti.n.j si.i
Icr, late of Madison township, dcccaixU,
Rtgiitsr's Office, Danville, Oct. S8, 1S37