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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

— - - ssiisgsrjimgg— Balsamic Ccmcilr Snrupt Jixn i\nr.fi\- VERUiycc.R. ¦ -M**~ I^anihorn,—-VI. !>., l*r«iprlvtnr. nW I N'ft^ purrhaspd rheshovp MedicineBr «o<renPriitl V known and ju»tly celebrated, tbfi iindfrsit;iiK(l takes pleasure tn stajiiiji.to . the F'u'ilic, that he has . fitted uii -an e.xtrnnive 'Lar<ikatokv, and is now manuf^<-taring them on -a inii ' ch larger scale than ever before, rn order w> supply the con><tanil v incr»^iR»ns demand. Haviii'i hf-en evteiisivcl y and Riicceasfiiliy env;urpi\ in the Practice r*f \1fdicnu» f^r t'ears —;ind hnv\n<r v\*\irA all the principal H<npiti ' ?» and Medical InPiitnlinrjs in th~i* cnontry and in ICup'pp, and hef-irne-'i' amiliiix with the Prescriptions arid. PrPjwrnHons used in ihe priciicw* of the uin^t Bmiiifiit P!iy u ir- : ans and Prnfesiors of Mpdicine jttrnijnrhoiit tbe-World, he hai no-'hi-sitatjon if) asserting that he has found-not Medicines so naiformly e...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

NOTICE TO GUNNEBS. rp^|: tfn&rsigned hereby Notify ajl ppisong I * Wittiwt t ' ff spaasirig Q-i ' he if "premises, Either by gunning or_otht? " rwiae. They aTe ¦ rfe-.Tmin inr lo enforce tlie. law to its hill ex.-"Flit »j£atn>n^lTiyhB"dHrejp«rcl-iliis notice. —— : " jlecoh ' .JFiiHer, /<>*» Diehl, Dmit ' ei Diehl, JZnianud Kemptr, I t'nu ./£"/>/, jr., . . Samuel March, Vartfn R»ffensperger\, Joseph' liili, SttinuelGHlUand, J. U Tawrhinhmtgh, ,Ue.<t. Fidlrr, Christian Overholtzcr, i' Jind Albert, Thoma* Ehrhart% Jr., J Jin Lehman, Jaq>b Wolf, Kzrn Myers, . Jacob Atmberzer, J'jetb March, Psler.Fidler^sJIIeirs , li urge Mhkley, JH. <J- j T^ pangler, . 1 .tfifo'FlicMn&r, BattzerSnyder ^ • Gnu Eithnttz* ~ Jacob Berth. J-icih Fi'llcr, Sen.* ", FVhrHarv 12, 1854. 3t . IIKGfeTEirS N^ICE?" IS^'OTIC E is hereby given-Jo all Legatees J\ and other persons concerned,.that th« .iiiminittraliiin Account* hereinafter mentioned will ...

Publication Title: Republican Compiler
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

S\ "•a^'B \M\ %% ' 3 14'»1*>\ ' SSfo &4 ^ "*•&& 'r -^k -* -* J J4 >4*3* *&&*> 084*4 ^T^^^^ ^^^^w, v« *" w^^ ^. ^!^ ^c» ^w^^^ -.••.»- -v^^^^ ^ICVv ^«^^i ^ lEC ^P™*^R ^Wfc ^^ To Ihe Himorabk the Judge* 0/ lite luurl of Common Pleas of Adams County. ^ITTK, the u-noVrsigned, duly elected- Auditors'to settle and 1 adjust th* Public Aeeoants of T T the Treasurer and (Tonmussioners- of saw! C"onnty, having been sworn or affirmed" agreeably to law, report :he following to fwa- eenentl sSatement of said, account from the 5tl>. day of January, A. l> . 1854, to the 2(f day of January, A. P., f8:j5—both days inelusi=ve. GEORGE AKS0LD, Esq., Treasurer, axxl CraiJlISSJOiNERS-, i» aceoont wfth the County of Adams. - • ¦ DB. v . CE. DblK Ct« - ' Dolls. Cl», Cash from T. Warrrri, Esq., late By ont-standirtg Taxfoi 185QI, 5 73 Treasurer, $2,50? 58- u ... ^ j 852v • Q4 ^ Outsianding Tax and Quit Rents in " "• t853" T 529 4G h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

DisspLTj-rioir. THE partnership Iteretpfoie existing between the Subscritiers, under the iia-me jane! style of S. Fnhnestock & Sons, is this j day dissolved hy limitation. All persous indebted to us will pIease ^ jwH***^settle, as it i» , necessary that our Books should be closed"" immediately. Either member of the Firm is , authorised to use thr. names of the Firiu in settling their business. 1 SAMUEL FAHNE^OCK, * JAM E.S F. FA H N ESTOC K, j HENRY J. FAHNESTOCK. i Jin. 1, 1855. ! . 1. o. ofR. n. ~ I ^\^OF will iner t erery Friday evening, at .1. »•} "Vlork, in Mif Wigwam, (McConan^Iiv ' -i H-ill.) Piijiftiial aitpndance is re^ que>ted. nvc srrRwxrrrzrCTonr—- fcVj' Pep*on« ui.^liing t->connect ihernselves wiih thi< Tribe, will please apply jo any of tin- members. (" pttjshunr, Nov. 13. 1854. 6m""'" K SPOUTIWGr! SPOUTINgT~ (\ EOR("E and Henry Wampler will mnk« T Hi'ii-c ypouiingand put up "he Ranielow , for cifli "r oountry product-. Farmers and nil oi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 26 February 1855

READY-MADE CLOTHING. George Arnold HAS now entered in ihe Cloihingbiisincss extensively, and has EXPERIENCED WORKMEN in hi* employment. coiist,ui1ly cuiilnu out and iiuiltiiii; ti|). out i>f his own ol-iths. Ov?r Coats, Dress Cuaia, Ptinialoons, Vests, Monkey Jackeis, &c. &c. All kinds ol " Clothing made . lo order, on short notice. Constantly »n hund and for sale a ore-it vnriely of Clothing, of his own uianuf'K' .turing, us cheap "» Ihe cheapest. Call and see them. Wecannol be beat. October 30. 1851. <O-I>ART\RKSIISB>. ""lMIE underpinned have this-" day 1 formed a J Co |i;lrini-r.--lii |). HfFler the n Hue dud Mffe " ..fFAHNEs-rociK. BKOTMERs. H'- : >ini. Tor ;i roiiiiiiiiiuu'e .if tin- iibf r.il |>.ilraun<Te lieretnt " <iri evien.led to " the old Finn, they will in return do ilieir iiMii''SI to nirril llie t'onfidence r<-|ii)»id In ih'-in liv the [iiihlii 1 . J \ Ml-is F. V MiVEsTOTK, llHXRV .1. F VH...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

- Taking in a Native. Several years ago there dwelt—and for auphl I know there still dwells—an old Dutchman, on the line of the Erie canal, very illiterate, but very fond of money, and. by some chance or other, pretty well supplied with it. It was rumored, however, that he was not overscrupulous, at times, how he made il: and the following incident gout , to substantiate- the charge There came to his house, one day, an awkward looking individual, betraying, in .every turn and gcstr.ie, that he . bailed from wlreneo wooden num ' icgs and oilier Yankee commodities arc brought into market. '¦How do. Squire ?" was Jonathan's "salutation, squirting a gill of loluxvo jiiice inside the door, by way of a more definite announcement that he was round. "Valk in, mine frient,".snid the Dutchman. In stalked Jonathan, pecking on all sides, nnd finally settling his six feet—be the same more or less—of flesh aud bones in a chair by the chimney corner. "Squire." said he after s pause, producing ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

Select iWisccllann. THE ONE CALICO DRESS. BY CAROLINE A. SOCLE. " Ton-were not hero yesterday," said the gentle teacher of a little village school, as she placed her hand very kindly on the curly head ol one of her pupils*- It was recess time, but the little girl addressed had not goifc out to frolic away the ten minutes, nor even left her seat, but sat absorbed in what seemed a fruitless attempt to make her.seh mistress of a sum in long division. Her' face and neck crimsoned at the remark of her teacher, but looking up, she seemed somewhat re-as.>>ured by the kind glance that met her. and answered, '" No, liia'aiu, I was not, but sister Nellie was." " I remember there was a little girl who Called herself Nellie (Jay, came in yesterday, but I did not know that she was your sister. But why did you not come? You seem to love to study veiy much." " It wasn't because I didn't want to, " was the earnest reply, and then she paused, and the deep rose flush agfiin time...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

How They do Things in France. The following anecdote, which we translate from the Paris correspondent of the Courier ties Ktats Unis, besides being amusing, suggests a cotit-ra.st by which it would be well.if we could profit: After a recent accident on a railroad near I'.-iris, the Ditcctors took immediate measures to compensate all thuse who bad .sufleri d in the ' affair, although the road was not in the least to blame in the matter,.as it was one of those occnrronccs which no prudence c:ui avoid. The travellers hadbec-n taken to,lheir destination with tln> Greatest despatch, in" good carriages : the w<mnde.l and bruised " had received all imaginable attention, and :i compensation in money was .it once made to all who demanded it, without any dispute as to their claims. The Directors thought they had arranged everything, when a gentleman of respectable position in the Parisian world, a man of note and wealth, whose name is well known, presented himself at the oflic...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

Swearing FnTMichtgan. r A correspond-.nt in Ottawa county, >Jiehi gnu. from -whom we me always glad to heatgives us the following " Scene in tho Mayor t Court at Grand Unpids ," Mayor-Church prositing. Witness culled up to bo sworn by the uU'ik :¦ Clerk—'-You do solemnly "swear—" Maynr (vyiih i^ionjlv)-—"Slop ! Tho W'itness will hold up his right hand." Clerk—'-The man has no right hand, your Honor." ^layor (with some asperity)—"Let huh hold up his left hand then." . Clerk—"lie hns hud the misfortune to lose his left hand also, ns your honor will perceive." /Mayor (savagely)—"Toll him to hold up his light Ing Uu-n :u man ctuinot be sworn in this court without/ih/i/?" 'h; tip sumcthhiiz! Silence, centleinen ! Our dignity must be preserved!'' Witness sworn on one leg.) "OntBK.ncKY Dmcs-"—^V young dnmscl who is engaged, and will shortly be united to a gallant son of Nqvuinei lately visited the Mariner's Church. During the sermon, the Parson discoursed eloquently and with muc...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

tT7"A seven itiritisand dollar bed has been mnde in Paris for a Turkish gentleman of fortune. i]^7 "Eleven horses nnd three dog« were gored to death in Madrid on Christina's day, at a bull light. 0T7 1 *According to the census of St. Louis, hist taken, the population of the city now amounts to '.17,543. fr"y(/(iod humor is the blue sky of the soul. in which every star of talent will shine more cleaily. '¦rj The daily delivery of water to London during the hist few months uas been little shoi tof IOQ.UUO',000 g:.llous. 'rXl'rtirlence isn quality tncompatible will vice, and can never be ell'ectively enlisted ii it-» cause.—liur/cv. '[" ./ \'ittue is a rock, from which rebound all the anows shot against il. —Khz In if. TL/'Agah'st the iiiiili^nity of the discontent. ed, the turbulent and llie vicious, no abilities. i:o exertions, nor the um>t uiiNhakeii integrity me any sulVguard. — f-Vntfiin^lnn. CT/'H il i.s tree in the literal sense, that all llie wisdom uf the world is f...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

€\)ouc $)octnj. ID^We have iiiiMislipd tlw follow ing liofuie: but m il is rather on the f.iut tluiu f.mc . v.ordor. iiuJ contains oouit wliolobuiue tiutUa; its re]>utitiun ciu 'lo no liium : THE MISCHIEF-MAKER. O! ciwlil there in tlie woi-M l>e found So tie liltlo r,pot of h::ip|ty jrrouinl AVlierp village ]>li..i-uii'- ' i:ii ^ !it go ujunil Without the village tiitllm^; How duuhly I)Ie.~t th.it phcr u.mlil be, 1 .IVIieie :ilt mi^ht ihvell !n libe rty, Fiee from the bittor infcery Uf {JUSfi]la" vIKllu.vi IHUttling. . If ^uch 0 spot were ro.illv known, Dame' l'c.n - 'e might cl:iim it :u. her otvn, An.l 'li it Mm, illicit li\ her thruno Forever ;ui'l for.over. Tliure liku :i i[tiet;ii ini^ ht reign and live , While every une n-uiild ««ja lui-give " The little .-liijlit they might receive, -Aii'l, be otfeikleil never. - *. 'Ti* iniKchief-niiiken. that remove „ Tar from cmr he..irt> ihc uMruitii of love, Ami U'ii.t in :i!l to di-.ip|>i'i>vu...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

Democratic Convention of Iowa. We have received a (till leport of tht pro< ccedings of'tin* Democrritic Slate eouvt'iition a! Iowa City on the 24th ultimo. The objects of this contention were, in tuelnnpmvgeofthe call, "the nomination of n Sin to ticket and tho more thorough organization of the Uemocrallo party:" An acceptable ticket was,nominated, and a set of admirable resolutions 4innnirnoii.<»- ly udopted. We mnke room for the following: "Rcmhisil, That there hits'nevcf been n period in tlie history of onr country when we could with more confidence proclaim to the world our entire adherence lo, i»nd approval of, the old land tnarksof the democratic part}' ^ " Resolved, That the temporary success of our foes being the result of an obandonment of .principles "«. their pnrf, and of tho aggiepntion of discordant elements brought topi*ther for mercenary ends, affords nn ground for alarm; but that, confident of ihe correctness of otir principles, and of the integrity...

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Id= 12 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

A Duel in the Quaker City. On Thursday afternoon, one of those ridiculous exhibitions, si vied satirically, "a hostile meeting," took place between two young men of this city, one a boarderai Jones' Hotel, and the other a sojourncr at the United Stales. We suppress the names out of pity for the parties. The two young gentlemen had a quarrel nn Thursday "morning, in the course of which one of the parties called the other a "cowiud.'' Hereupon the gentleman to whom the epithet, was applied fell called upon to send a challenge to '-pwiuls and col' .'ee." The challenge \\ ,i.j accepted and a niee'ing was arranged to take place somewhere in the vicinity of Gira;d (?ollcge. But this was considered dangerous j>round, and the scene was changed to a giove near CtiL'ivIcn. The seconds had resolved to treat the nffair as a joke, and thc.pUlols wete loaded accordingly, without any missile that could create a call for the surgeon. The belligerents wen; esi-iiru-'l to the ground before...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

[T7*A private watcliman was found asleep in Siciiimetito, whet) some of ihe fas^ boy s atlac.bfd twelve dozen assorted Chinese fire cr.-icki-rs to hiiu b^- a fish-hook, and touched thorn oil'. Awaking suddenly he thought llm world was coming lo .-in end.-yfid dnsbed madly fur the river, where, likeCassius, he "plunged in." !J^?"Mrs. Usefu l turns everything to account. She buys tough beef for a roast: this goes into a fiicn.ie for next morning's breakfast. Afti-r thnt. it re-:ippcKr.<in a soup, and finally bids fan-well lo the bonrders in the shnpe. of a mince pie. Far-seeing woman, that Mrs. Useful—see a "roast"- through a'whole week. Napoi.kon's 1'kkdictjox.—"Jn the course uf a few yenrs Russia will have Constantinople, ihe greatest part of Turkey, and allGreiot; England tuid Prussia united cannot prevent it. Q'lA'Mr. Newcomer, of Natchez. Mi-s., with a rifle having an improvement of his own invention, at the distance of-220 yards, placid live successive balls within the ...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

"Nooody but a Printer, Anyhow." Such was the sneering remark of a person residing not a thousand miles from the door of our sanctum, in.referring to. the profession we follow H pride. "Nobody but a printer," in sooth ! It makes our blood run rampant through our veins, to hear such expressions lull from the lips of those nursed on republican soil. "Nobody but a printer, anyhow!' Who was Benjamin Franklin?" "Nobody but a printer!" Who was William Caxton, one of the fathers of literature? "Nobody but, n printer!" Who was Earl Stanhope? "Nobody but a printer !" Who was Governor Armstrong,of Massachusetts? "Nubody but a printer !" . V. ho fire Governor Bigler,of Pennsylvania and Governor Bigler, of California ? " ' Noborij but printers!" ' George P. Moiris, N. 1' Willis, Joseph Gales, Charles Richardson James Harper, llorf.ee Greel v. Bayard Taylor. Robert Hears, and Senators Dix. ('.-micron and Niles—who are they ? "Nobody but primers anyhow?" ' One thing is evident: every person th...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

Thkik Cox.icii.NCK Tuoi ::i.i:n Tm:n.—An exchanjre payer says: "A man in aceriain village, \viih whom we are acquainted, hiiviug bad sanded sngrir sold to-him, inserted in the weekly paper the following: "Nu'iT..— I pur-hased of a grocer in this village a quantity of sugar, fioni which I obtained One i'liuiiil nf Suml! If the rascal who cheated me will send to my addie-s. si ven pound.-ofgood sugar, (S.:ripturi.- ufi^^ius of reslitulion.) 1 will be satislk-d ; if not, I shall expose him." On tl.if'.fillowing d;i)-. ninf-cven-poiind pnoka .^e.- of .-» ' .;¦_ • a " r \\ tie lift at his r- ' .-id' ii'.v. iVom :<> iii;iiij' rlili'jiciiL dealers, e;i"!i .supj.oy.ng hiin--•jii ' to bi: ih'.- pi r.-oii intended ! S\v!--Wl:\ - "an " ! vi.irig l.'i'l.cs nl^tain fr^ui ki.-^ing babii'< frantifriily bi-foif stnirj'.'f-rs ' Why e.' in'r a m.-.n vi<tl I'aris without returning wilh st.pfjrnriturai trv ;h brusli, in the guise t>' - .i iiioustfii-he { And lasil...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

Mechanics. ' The following beautiful extract from Bulwi i;.Vi i-e'.cbiaHd p lay, eiuitl'd liie "(' ar[ieii:<.-r of I'oin n, '* is a h'^-ii coi nplioien' to UK'f-I:;iiiic.-»: •* A\'Ii -it hive they done- ? Have tlu-y not opi'li'-d i be -ccjc! rhaiTi+n<sfif ihf- rii'ghlv deep, and fxirac' .eij its tie:iO(-s7^t>t. d made the raging billo>.\> i 'im ir highways, ori winch tbay riiie as uu ;\ lamed -^c.cd {_ Aru not the elements of fire and u a:er f.liamirl lo a csank, and at the li:i-chaiiic.s bidding compi 11 • -i 1 =o luni it? LLa.ve not mechanics opeiud the bowels'of the earth, and ruai'ic- ii.s ptodiic'n contribute to our wants^ The fi.-lccil lightJiiiig i.s their playthingatid they i i«k- Iriumpliainl y on the win^s of the mi-hty u ind. To the wi^. thev are fTood^nl.-. ol i.ii'iu ! tdj. -t-, and i\uij. ' v :lI),i ( >ik-«-ii-. iiieder:. (inittd liy 3!;<-ir handiwork. He who made the litiivet.-o vk:k a gieat iiici-haiitv. '/' ( «' v...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

Don't Hide Your Li»ht. " Biirnum, in his autobiography, gives the following advice to our business mi'ii : Do nut hide your !i;»lit under a bushel. Whatever your occupation or cal'itu: inay In-, if it liL-'OtK .-.upport from the public, ndverrko it thf.i-oiighly and effectually, in some shape or other, llini will arrest public at:enii<.n. I fi-relv confess, thnt whnt success 1 have had in my life may hv fairly uUrihuicd more to ;he public press than to neatly all other cau.x-.- , combined. There may be, possibly, occupations that do not requite advertising, but I cannot well conceive what they are. Mtn in business will Knuii.'timc-s tell you that they have tried advertising, and that'll did not pay. This is only when a'lvorti.-. - .n;r is done spsuingly and grudirinjjly. I» r i);!i:vpailiic closes of advertising will no', perhaps--it is like a half potion of physic, ma ' -cing the patient MC:k. but effecting noihinir. Administer liberally, and tho cure will be sure and pe...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

Clean .Snoou.w. —"I saw aHussian on one knee in the act of taking aim, the muzzle of his firelock resting on a forked stick. He was dead ; tin- side of his head hud been knocked oil" by a cannon shot. His death Avns so sudden and quick that he was not knocked down : und the remaining part of his face still -looked Ktei nly along the firelock. It was an astonish' ing sight; and everyone who could, came to look at him."—War filler. A CJ(ioi) ExAittM.tf.—It is very well for men to be rich when they possess large hearts ' (Jen. Robert Malsey, of llhnca, N. Y.i-bns'recently been doing a very handsome thing. He requests the tax gatherer of the town in which he resides, to pass over nil cases where taxeshave been levied upon individuals who ennnot pay them without depriving themselves, or their dependent families, of the necessaries of life, or means of comfortable subsistence, aiid prmail Ike mine In him for pai/mcnf.

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Republican Compiler — 5 March 1855

Decision iff tttk fiAnniKKB Cask:—«Judge Jlorsdl, of the OircuitConrt at Washington, has decided that tho estate of Vne bvto.f Jepfge A. Gardiner is indebted to the -United Slate** ; and has mnde a decree to the effect that the awards were obtained by said Georgo A; Cardiner by mentis of false swearing, forgery, and, fraud, and were therefore null and Void ; that the estate is indebted to. the United States in the sum of $428,750, with interest trom the ltith of May rthat Crfreorun * Iiiggs should bring into court on the fourth Monday of'March next the stocks and securities in. their hands, amounting to $89,000, being part of tho funds obtained by Gardiner under said award. " , and also an admitted balance in cash of §5,737 46"; and that the cnuse be referred.to Walter S. Cox, as r.pecial nuditor. to state an account of said Corcoran & Riggs Of dividends collected by them.

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