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Allentown Lehigh Register (Newspaper) - July 11, 1850, Allentown, PennsylvaniaA team tour boat a canal Steamboat arrived at tic nth on saturday being of a new and Peculiar construe lion for towing on the cd nala. According to the description of her in tile state Gazette she has but one Large pad tells wheel which is planted in the cd Nurt of the boat and tie paddle boxes Are so constructed As to hold the water when they enter it and prevent it froth escaping sideways. The is thus drawn from the tront and sides of the boat and thrown out of the Stern so that the boat makes no swell or. Parker the Captain is the inventor Datul the Patent is owned in Massachusetts. The object of bringing her to Trenton was to exhibit her Efficacy As a Low boat. She ims one boil ter and two engines and can it is said Tow boats containing one thousand tens of Coal at ii rate of three Miles an hour. The. Saving Hus effected in the expense of carrying Coalo Market is estimated at about sixty six per Bent exclusive of tells. There have been so Litany tel tools made to introduce steam in canal navigation and to supersede a late be of horses by various devices that we look with suspicion upon any movement purporting to overcome the difficulty. This invention May Hoto Quot Ever prove meritorious. He important Deli soil. The last Harrisburg Telegraph contains the following synopsis of a decision in 4 curious a a will Case a by the supreme court now in a session. Long is. Zook. Error to Ile Foril. In this Case the testator made his Mark the Scrivener attach de the wrong name to it Jacob Bong instead of David Bong. The will was dated in 184-1. Testator died in 1818. The court below rejected the will. Gibson c. J. Under the act of 1833. This execution would be imperfect that act allowing the Hirae or the testator to be written by another. But this is not the name of the testator. The Wight to make wills is a pcs Siplive not natural right and the directions of the statute must followed. A but the act of 1848, when a Mark is made dispenses with the name As an essential part o the signature As it Dies with the Mark when the name is written by another by his the impertinent Mark As it could uni in Trobo rate ought to weaken it. Tiue a name is an Index to the Mark but does not conclusively Point to the Marksman he May be individuated by proof Algunde. Had. The act of 1848 said Noth ing about the name the Mark without a la ble attached to it and the name is no More than a Label would have satisfied the statute and nothing else would have done it. As we live the testator a True and proper Mark the at a Achmel of a false and improper Label to it is a Surplusage which never vitiate. The mistake of be Scriviner in affixing such a Label cannot avoid that which was perfect without it. The fallacy is in supposing that the name under the testator governs tile Mark when there is one in Stead of being governed by it. The name affixed by the Sor Tyrner May intimate a falsehood hut the Mark when it is made by the Testa tor never. The latter when proved to he Genu Ine May satisfy the statute the former Wilhour the testator s authority cannot. This will was made before the act of 1348, but the death was after it and the will contrary to the opinion of the court below is ruled by it. Judgment reversed. Suckering Corn in reply to your correspondent who asks for information respecting the necessity and manner of suckering Corn i beg leave to offer through your Colum is my exp hence and practice. A Hill of Coin full or suckers like an up Runckj fruit tree no vef bears Well. I have never yet seen a Good ear of Corn upon a sucker generally a few Ghais of Corn grow upon the Tassel while lib main Stock is prevented from bearing father a Good ear by the Drain upon it caused by much foliage. The practice which i have found amp Oidest brother a Best is to suffer the suckers to gel about one foot go Brothel s. One High before taking them off. The manner of do a the other ing it is of great a violent Jerk is of Goldest sister infect the object either seriously disturbs the Root ski Sisters one of the Yno he Corn or Breaks the sucker off ans the other Inch or two above the Point of its insertion oni himself the main Stock where it is sure to grow again.�?. The proper manner to effect his Objet to to Sexe the sucker Low Down and giving it a sudden twist you Seldom fail to break it off immediately at the Point of insertion and without at All disturbing the roots of the Plant. Some Little practice is necessary to effect the object skillful by. As i consider this operation essential and As the suckering of a Large Field of Corn is a a Back breaking operation. I always use in my left hand hot under the Arm a stick formed like a a Crutch about sixteen to eighteen inches Long to rest upon when stooping Over a Hill of Corn both when suckering and thinning Corn. The last operation is essential in this Region where we have Only two Spears of Corn in a Hill and Plant from five to six grains. In thinning Corn care must be taken to pull it up by the roots using the hand in All cases and not the hoc. A few ears since my people to save their backs con-1 tented themselves when thinning Corn with Pul Ling out the hear thinking they had effectually killed a. It nearly All grew again however and the work had to be done again. That lesson has never been forgot Len on my . Of to lick Dollar newspaper. A tall family there is now in Toledo of Lojo a Mart measuring in height 7 feet 4 inches and weighing usually 314 pounds. He is a a alive of Switzerland and served As a private in one of the Kmart legions during the late Loman insurrection Loisl family at Home consist or his parents three Brothers and three so sleds whose average height is head to 7 feet. Married on the 27th ult a by the Rev. Or. Gray a or. William j. Dickson to miss Susan 1 Kutiper daughter of Peter Keiper both of Ilsa Sion. On the 10th ult., by the Rev. Or. Kern a Merer or. Jonas Friedrich to miss Man \ mat ter both of Sau Cori township. North Lampion county 63 yrs. 6 it. To 49 0 2 30 7 8 18 7 2 2t 0. 34 28 6 8 in 6 4 18 7 64 28 7 4 died Iii Nocini Diixon township Bucks county Ion the 20th of june Maria Magdalena Gahres relict of Philip Gahres dec a. Aged �80 years. Raw a a a a a a the subscribers have just received a new Purchase or la Perior Spring goods consist i ing of a full assortment to which they invite the attention of their customers and the Public in general feeling Well assured that they can please All who Call. Pretz Glt the amp co Allentown june 20. A a Law prices current. Articles. Per l Hilda to the above we May add the following which shows that Minnesota is doing Well for a new country. Six old gentlemen in a town in Minnesota met accidentally and comparing their Ages found them 76,76,80,83, 89, 91 the average being 83j. The intelligencer says there Are ten men in one town whose United Ages amounted to 800 years. Floral festival or juvenile oratorio a professor websters Case. The committee on pardons he til a session on monday july 8th, and the parties have been re Quested to appear before them and present All the documents they intend to offer in the Case and a hearing will be granted to any argument they May choose to make As their final one. It is generally understood that one of the questions submitted to three eminent surgeons was whether with such a Slick As that described in a the confession a single blow could be Given a which would cause death in ten minutes in the manner described. The answer was that it was improbable. The two other questions Are also stated to have been answered adversely to the a confession. Another Point of doubt is that the sink in the a room where the confession states that the body was dismembered does not contain a Stop cock Yorcic Hilale water. The confession states that the Cochituate water was turned upon the body in this sink. Tall fishing. Several gentlemen left this place last week says the Easton whig and journal on a fishing excursion to the Tobyhanna. They were fully equipped for the expedition and camped out during their absence. They were engaged in Angling five Days and caught 3,493 Trout be sides some Fine Pike and other fish. Some of the Trout were very Fine weighing from two and a half to three pounds. From the Carbon county Gazette we learn that a number of citizens of my Uch chunk re paired la the Lehigh a Short distance below Weissport where they a cast their nets and at the first haul brought ashore one thousand and sixteen. J they made five other hauls and the total num Ber brought out in the six hauls was three thou Sand. Insure Reolon in Martinque. An arrival at new York on the 17th ult.,from i me Porto Rico filings the following important intelligence on the 10th of May the City of st. Piet re in the Island of Martinque was set on fire and st was discovered that All the Blacks had Ris ten against the Whites. The firing of the City tens supposed to be the signal for a general insurrection. About one Hundred houses were the City was fired three times before but race flames had not spread. The negroes surrounded the City and com melted very serious excesses. Nearly All the White citizens capable of bearing arms had been called but and the tit Hole City was under martial Lark. Many of tie is brents were subdued and la teen prisoners. Another Gas discovery. A letter from new York in the Lancaste Rex Atliner Stales that on the 19th ult., or. Abraham Gesner of Halifax n. S., submitted to the exam a nation of several scientific gentlemen and merchants of that City a discovery which he has made in the manufacture of Gas which will fro Ducc a revolution in that article ensuring Light to the Public of Superior Quality at less than half the Cost of Gas from Coal. Or. Gesner has just returned from Washington where he has obtained a Patent for his invention. The examination was held at 79 Juhn Street in the basement of the store of messes. Walworth Mason so Guild where an apparatus was filled up and the lights . Tie soft and Beautiful brilliancy of the Light was the theme of admiration of every one present. It was produced from naptha. A step of our citizens will recollect Eldridge e. Eastman formerly a Printer in this town and the publisher old the abolitionist a the first abolition paper Ever issued in this slate. Eastman went to Washington City some ten or twelve years since and from thence to Knoxville Tennessee subsequently he was appointed to a clerkship at Washington by president Polk which after holding a Short Lime,.hej resigned and went to Nashville to take Chart of the a Union Quot in that City. Last of All to Cap the Climax in his downward career he was chief Secretary of the late nullification disunion con Ven lion at Nashville Luw True it is that i Lull step taken a the Way to hell is . Democrat con. It. Louis the French National Assembly lately a petition was presented from ail inhabitant of Paris named Ferrier demanding n revision of the Constitution and that Louis a Polenn should he proclaimed emperor and his term be extended to ten years. Teachers state Are about 13,000 teachers male and female in Ohio. A Large number of them have organized a a slate teachers association a which meets twice year. The Semi annual meeting is to be held on he 3d and 4thof july next and it is expected that the attendance will be very considerable those from the Northern portions of the state will assemble at Cleveland and proceed thence in a body to Springfield appointed As the place of meeting. Great preparations Are being made and it is expected that while the meeting will be Strong in numbers it Wii also be marked by unusual spin it and practical Benefit. the census just taken it is ascertained that the population of Boston numbers 138,788 souls. This shows an increase from 1840, of s3,788, and from 1845, of 24,443, to rident we have a letter from a Hollidaysburg Blair county this state which contains the following account of an Accident there a Barrigan amp Kelley so menagerie exhibited Dereye Sliday. During the performances in tie ring of die elephant Ann and while the audience were collected in the seats a sudden gust of wind and rain accompanied by Hail sprung up it struck tie Pavillion razing the entire Structure to the ground in a second. The pole unfortunately fell upon that part occupied by the audience killing Otie person a stranger of the name of Moore and severely injuring Many of hrs. A great number were seriously injured by the Fulling of the seats on or two children so much so that very Little Hopes Are entertained of their recovery. At the time a terrible howl Long was set up by the different animals which together with the screams of the women and children produced a scene of indescribable con fusion. The Young Man killed was an officer o he mexican War. Gleanings. A Hooks have been opened in Charleston s. Carolina for new Stock of the Charleston Cotton manufacturing company. To a did you Ever know anybody to be killed by lightning a a never by lightning a replied Pat in an under tone. A a it a Thunder to be Shure As knocks Mem to pieces in the Ould Chi col. Todd general Harrison said in the West and lately Ministerio Prussia has Leit Kentucky to reside in Minnesota. The Board of health of Cincinnati report for for the 24 hours ending on the evening of july 3d, 87 deaths a of which were from cholera. The Wheeling Bridge Case our friends of the Iron City have had a Triumph Over the people of Wheeling according to despatch from Washington. It was stated some weeks ago that the question whether the people of Wheeling had a right to Bridge Theophi so As to interfere with the navigation of the River by the people residing about that town which was especially injurious to the City of Pittsburg had been referred to Chancellor Wal Worth by the supreme court. A despatch says the Chancellor has reported to the supreme court that the Bridge is a nuisance which will therefore have to be abated. N. W. Bowl i will give to citizens of Allentown and Vicinity a musical enter a lain ment at the English methodist Churchin tuesday Utida wednesday evenings 23d and 24th of. July next. The pieces to to Sung on the occasion will represent morning Voon and Fri glib or the crowning of the May Queen there will he five prominent characters rep resented. Flora the Lucen the Forrester the Zephyr the water Nymph and the storm spirit. I the performers numbering or orly one Hundred and seventy five will nil be Dfess-1 de alike. The Young ladies in White with wreaths upon their Heads. The lads with wreaths running Over tie shoulder. Professor John Seitz of fusion will preside at the Pinno assisted by others Tiu Sofij cans of this place. Tickets for admission 25 cents. Children half Price to be had at the Post office and office of the a Fri Dens doors open at 7-5 o clock and performance to commence at 8 of clock. July 11 u�?3w the subscribers have also received and offer for Sale a wholesale and retail at very Low prices a Large and Well selected Supply of co face Tea sugar. Molasses spices tfec., to which they invite the attention of the Public. A Pretz i tii amp co. Allentown june 20. �?4w a Fless Sis my. Just received a fresh lot of nos. 1,2 and �3 Mackerel and mass Shad in whole and half barrels for Sale by. In Ritz Glt i amp co. Allentown june 20. A owl Pound wheat. Bush Iryck. Corn. A cats. Buckwheat. Flaxseed. Eclov Creed. Limroth Steed. Potatoes. Salt. Butter. Lard. Tallow. Beeswax. Ham. Flitch Tow yarn. Eggs. Rye whiskey Apple whiskey a linseed Oil. A Hickory Wood Oak Wood. Egg Coal. Tribune is in formed by Conn Dein Binsol that Kossuth intends to come to this county with his family As soon As he shall be permitted to leave Turkey. Santa fees. convention at a Santa be which formed the state government consisted of Only Twenty three Nashville convention which was called to dissolve the Union consisted of about ninety persons. If ninety persons Triny speak for Twenty millions of people and thirty Sovereign states How Many Are necessary to represent ninety thou Sand individuals and one territory a old Soldier has been lately admitted into the Hospital of the invalids at Par is who was born about the beginning of the reign of Louis xv., of France and served in All the French wars of Frederick the great of Russia a. In the year 1814 he was 90 years of nge he is of polish origin named Golombeski and has outlived ten different forms of government in France. The Texas Hon. Or. Stephens of Georgia appears in the Washington intelligencer in a note Over his own signature and says in the event of a military Cal Lisbon in new Mexico the whole South will Rush to the Aid of Texas and fight it out. Struck by Reading journal says the dwelling of Jacob Trexler on the opposite Side of the River was struck by lightning last saturday and a Young Man named John Row very seriously injured Quot by the electric fluid. He was doing Well at last accounts. Early. A the Schuylkill a Haven map hoists a the Bead of its columns the following ticket for 1853 a a for president Gen. Winfield 8cott, of new Jersey. For vice president William f. Jobs Sion of Pennsylvania subject to the decision of the whig National a Navel . Wise is constructing two balloons or the Phr Poge of testing whether the air May not be navigated in any direction and whether Europe May not be reached aerially. four Days of last week �172,000 baskets of strawberries making an a regate weight of and a half tons a arrived in this City by the Erie Railroad. They a were mostly grown in Rockland county. Ink Ling 4 cents a Basket As the average Price their value amounts to $6,880. Taking into the Cal a dilation the strawberries received from other a sources our City probably spends about $3,000 per Day for this fruit and about $60,000 during a the Strawberry season. We had strawberries a and Cream this year on the glorious fourth and a indeed was a very rare . York a Tribune. Cusp of a Royal baby Linen woman was lately hired at Paris and sent to Madrid with twelve chests of the material for the unborn Darling of the Queen of Spain and a Cradle Costin 140,000 francs or $27,0000. This beats Queen Vic in extravagance. In the orphan court of Lehigh county. In the matter of the account of John so Etnoyer executor amp a. Of Solomon so Etnoyer deceased late of Lotief Macu Ngy township Lehigh county. And now May the 8lh, 1850, Tho court appoint e. J. Molar an auditor to audit and re Settle. Said account and if necessary make distribution according to Law and re port to the next stated orphans court. From the records tested a. D. Lawall clerk the auditor above named will attend to the purpose of his appointment on saturday the 3d Day of August next it the House of Jacob Fisher in Trexlertown u. Macu Ngy tsp., Lehigh county it 10 of clock in the Forenoon when and where All persons inter tested Muy attend if they Sec proper. July 11 to Law a my my my in the orphans court of Lehigh county in the matter of Tho account of Jacob Sleininger administrator amp a. Of Catharine w Etzel deceased late of Upperman Bungy township Lehigh county. And now May 4,1850, the court appoint e. J. Mohr David Schall and Isaac brei nig auditors to audit and re set to said account and make distribution according to Law and report the same to the next slated orphan s court. From the records tested a. O. Lawall clerk. The auditors above named will attend to the duties of their appointment on thurs Day the 8th Day of August next it 10, o clock in the Forenoon it the House of Jacob Fisher in Trexlertown upper in Bungy township Lehigh county when and where All persons interested will to present if they think proper. July 11. 1�?lw in the orphans court of Lehigh county in the matter of the account of William Jones and Irwin Jones administrators of jacob1 pc Jones late of North Whitehall township deceased. And now May 3, 1850, the court appoint e. J. Mohr Daniel Saeger and Solomon Steckel sen., auditors to audit and if occasion resettle said account make distribution according to Luw and report to the next stated orphans court. From the records. Teste a a. D. Lau All clerk. The auditors above named will meet for the purposes of their appointment it the House of Richmond Mckee in North White Hall township on the 30th Day of july instant at 10 o clock in Tho Forenoon when and where All persons interested May at tend if they think proper. July u. 50 dozen Irav and Grain rakes for Sale by the dozen or single at the makers Price by Potetz guru so co. Allentown june 20. A a Law jew tif Sass Shad. In barrels and Hall barrels just received land for 3ale Low at the store of the subscriber. Thomas b. . Allentown july 1. A Law Yew of Lachert. In barrels and half barrels just received and for Sale Low at the store of the subscriber. A Thomas b. Wilson. Allentown july -1. �?4w Black beak hotel William Jorif successor to a ii sum Schroit or no. 211 a North ti1ir1 Street Between Callowhill and Willow streets Philadelphia. The undersigned respectfully informs his a Many friends and the Public in general that he has lately rented the tavern stand no. 211 j North third Street Between Cal Towhill and Willow streets Well known in this Section of the country As Tho Flack if car Tatel which establishment he has fitted up in a Superior style and is now ready to accommodate All those who May favor him with their custom. The building is Large and commodious and Sud Miraboy arranged to suit the convenience of nil persons who May favor him with a Call fora Long or Short time. His Yard is Large and his stabling Coin Thodious and an attentive Hostler will at Lalji limes be found in attendance. By punctual attendance to his customers and a desire to Render them comfortable the proprietor expects a share of Public patronage. William Fry. May 23. Holy Doz. Gull Cord ton snut Coal plaster. 5 00 6 00 5 25 1 05 1 05 1 12 50 00 61 00 50 00 33 30 40 45 40 5 1 1 50 1 50 1 50 3 25 3 50 3 25 2 50 2 75 2 75 35 45 50 40 45 40 12 14 15 7 8 8 8 9 7 22 25 28 0 8 7 0 0 ii 8 8 8 10 12 10 22 25 28 25 25 25 85 75 72 i 4 50 4 6o 0 00 3 50 3 50 .5 50 1 3 50 4 00 4 50 o 50 3 00 3 50 i 3 50 3 50 3 00 4 50 4 .50 2 00 a a Quot no at it be a matter of duty with you to visit your stables daily see that they Are kept clean that ample Beds of Straw Are provided the horses it each meal actually receive their allowance of food and last but not least that a bottle of merchant s gargling Oil is always kept in the stable to be applied on the first appearance of any injury or swelling. See advertisement in another column. Gel a pamphlet of the agent and Seo what it has done for others. A by Tho Compromise still hangs on in the senile with Little Prospect of its speedy disposal. Nevertheless things go on hero pretty comfortably considering the heat and people continue to follow their Ekl practices one of the Best of which is that of getting All their cloth to g from Sheffield s Therp and Slenna store in Chestnut above third st., Philadelphia. In Tho orphans court of Lehigh county in the matter of the account of Charles Hiltel administrator of John Eisenhard deceased late of North Whitehall Lehigh co., and now May the 8, 1850, the court appoint e. J. Mohr auditor to audit and resettle and make distribution according to Law and report to the next slated orphans court. From the records tested a Lawall clerk the auditor above named will attend for the purpose of is appointment it the House of Henry Eek Irurhe Borough of Allen town on tuesday Ike 6th Day of August next at 10 o clock in the Forenoon when and where in of persons interested in any attend if they think proper july ii. I--3t. To the ladies a Iff Laid Ife Supply Quot a of Spring and summer rounds / cheaper than Ever just received and for Sale at mrs. E. Kim mercy a establishment in Hamilton Street third door below Pretz Guth amp cons. Store Allentown a. Her prices Range As follows Pearl from 62s up to 83,00 Dalboni from 1,25 a a 3,Oil lace Gimp from 1,00 a a 5,00� zip All other bonnets in proportion. E. Kemmerer. May 30. H�?2m Hen Ltd Laurence a Srai idol . Formerly of Philadelphia now a resident of aii Lowil. Office at st kits Eagle hold. Refers to the following gentlemen Resi dents of Philadelphia and Allentown. Sam. Geo. Morton m. D e. i it. D. Henry s. Patterson a a -j.k.townsend, dentist John b. Mcclellen. A a l. R. In seeker dentist. Charles h. Marlin a a t. P. Kantz m. D. Charles l. Martin a a j. Romig or. M. D. Exr Teeth and roots extracted gratuitously when removed for the insertion of artificial Teeth. May 9. 11�?ly notice. A special meeting of the stockholders of the Philadelphia and if ilk Escarre Tele. Graph company will to held it the a Lousy of mrs. Tveite in the Borough of easton., on thursday the 18th of july next at 2o�?Tclockj p. M. A g. H. Hart president. C. Ii. Samson Secretary. Juy 4. 1. 1��?3w. Whereas William t. Derr and Mary Jinn his wily by deed dated the 23d Days of May 1850, assigned and transferred Alii their estate real personal and mixed to the subscriber for they Benefit of creditors. There Quot fore All persons indebted to the said Wil Liam t. Derr Are required to make payment and those having Legal claims against the said Assignor Are requested to pro sent Thetna Well authenticated until the first Day of a gust next. Jacob Dillinger Jas signed. May 30. Of a own Quot a Columbia Init non Jim a if a a Gjin amp Iba will be sold at private Sale a Beautiful farm situated in Derry township column a bin county penn., five Miles West of the thriving Borough of Danville containing Hod acres with about 130acres cleared with a Good sol House Good earn,.__ a cider House and other two excellent Springs near the House. There is Largo Apple Orchard and other fruit Quot Trees on the premises the remainder Well watered and timbered. It will be sold Iii whole or tort to suit purchasers for further information inquire at the subscribers residing in Derry township Andrew Brittain \ Nathaniel Brittain. May 2. �?7t proc Matton. Whereas the Hon. J. Pringle Joi ibs a president of tile several courts of Cuni it ii a pleas of the third judicial District cd trip cd of Tho counties of Northampton ii rid Lehigh state of Pennsylvania and Justice of he several courts of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery and Peter Hans and John , esqrs., judges of thex a courts of Oyer and ter Miner and get la fax jail delivery for the trial of All capital offenders in the said county of Lehigh by their precepts to me directed have ordered the court of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery to to Holdon it Allan to Vii county of Lehigh on Tho first monday in september 1850j which is the 2nd Day of said month. A hid will continue one week. Notice is therefore hereby Given to Tho justices of the peace and constables of the county of Lehigh that they Are by the so id precepts commanded Tobe there at look clock in the Forenoon of said Day with their Rolls records inquisitions examinations and All other remembrances to do these thirlus which to their offices Appertain to to Dorte and All those whore bound by recognize in Ces to prosecute against the prisoners that Are or then shall to in the jail of said coils to of Lehigh Are to be then and 4hor<s to prosecute them As shall be just. Given under my hand in Allentown the 1th Day of july in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and fifty. God save the Commonwealth Charles Ihrie sheriff. Sheriff s office Allentown it july 4th, 1850. $ n. B. Magistrates Are desired to Forward their returns in criminal cases to the Deputy. Attorney general at once and to request prosecutors to his office before court mid thus afford sufficient time to prepare the indictments and other matters necessary for trial. The amount of unsettled business renders this it present absolutely july 4, 1850. H-4w 1��?tc Job . Neatly executed at the a a Register trial bist for september term i860. Lewis k. Hotl Enstone surviving executor of Catharine Deshler deceased a so. David Deshler. Daniel Weiss is. Godfrey girl my a use is. Henry Siclin Elfe administrator of Jonathan Schneider deceased. I. James White is. Ell. Steckel and Edward so ecklor., William Fry is. Amos Antrim. George a assumes. George Kern senior it al. David remely is. Some. Joseph Unangst is. Thomas Wick a it. John Wagner a use is. Stem so Wenner. Michael Eberhard is. William Edleman. John Wagner is. Stein amp Wenner. George Meizler is. George Bre Lilg. Metzler Ltd Erdman is. George Brevnig. The administrators of Abraham Sehn Wyer deceased is. Jacob 8chmoyer. Same is. Abraham Schmoyer. George Kemmerer is. Charles and William Edelman. Nathan grim is. Yaeger amp Weidner. Charles Moyer is. Elizabeth Hauser. Benjamin s. Levan is. Christopher it al. I i a the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is. F�lix1 Kahn. Daniel Boyer is. Daniel Helfrich a. A Nathan hex is. George Luchner and George Snyder. Charles Moyer is. Paul sterner. Christian Brobst it al is. Christian Lucken Inch. John i. Levells use Assignee see., is wik Liam Fry. Thomas Glicks use is. John Xander. The administrators of John Moritz Dee d., is. Charles administrators of Henry Gangwere deceased is. Solomon Gangwere. Nathan Miller prothonotary. July 4. A to

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