In the District Court for the City and County of Philadelphia.
DAVID J. HOAR vs. ROBERT L. CURRY
Venditioni Exponas of September Term, 1864, No. 20.
The Auditor appointed by the court to report distribution of the fund produced by the Sheriff's sale under the above writ, of the following properties, to-wit:
No. 1. All that certain lot or piece of ground situate at the northeast corner of Thirty-third street and Elm street, in the Twenty-fourth ward of the city of Philadelphia; containing in front on said Elm street twenty-five feet, and extending of that width in length or depth northward along said Thirty-third street eight-three feet. There is erected upon the said lot of ground a substantial two-story stone dwelling house, with basement, seventeen front and thirty-two feet deep.
No.3. All that certain lot or piece of ground situate at the southeast corner of Thirty-third street and Grape street, in the Twenty-fourth ward of the city of Philadelphia; containing in front on said Grape street fifty feet, and extending in length or depth southward of that width along said Thirty-third street eighty-seven feet. There is erected upon said lot of ground a stone slaughter house, containing in width fifty-five feet, and in depth twenty-five feet. Also, a two-story stone wagon house and stable, each sixteen feet square.
Will attend to the duties of his appointment on Monday, the 12th day of December, A.D. 1864 at 4 o'clock P.M., at his office, No. 114 South Sixth Street, in the city of Philadelphia, when and where all parties interested must present their claims, or they will be debarred from coming in on said fund.
John DOLMAN, Auditor
Estate of Ralph A.SMITH, deceased.
Letters testamentary upon the estate of RALPH A. SMITH, late of the city of Philadelphia, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, all persons, indebted to said estate will please make payment, and those having claims will present the same without delay, to
Charles B. SMITH
No. 511 Green Street
Or, to his Attorney,
No 221 South Fifth Street
Estate of Rebecca ENGLE, deceased.
Letters testamentary upon the Estate of REBECCA ENGLE, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make payment, and those having claims or demands thereon are requested to present them without delay to
Richard ENGLE, JR, 31 So Third St.,
Saml. LUTZ, 417 Market Street,
Philadelphia, November 1, 1864
Estate of Dr. William PEPPER, deceased.
Letters testamentary upon the Estate of WILLIAM PEPPER, M. D., late of the city of Philadelphia, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make payment, and those having claims against the same are requested to present them without delay to
Sarah PEPPER, 1215 Walnut Street,
Geo. S. PEPPER, 1819 Walnut Street,
Fredk. S. PEPPER, 1621 Walnut Street,
George PEPPER, 1215 Walnut Street,
William PEPPER, 1215 Walnut Street,
United States Circuit Court - Judge CADWALADER
United States vs. John F. HASSETT
The defendant, indicted for enticing a soldier to desert, was tried yesterday. Upon the 22d of October, at Camp Cadwalader, he was charged with having aided a soldier who had enlisted as a substitute to desert. The allegation of the United States was that he (the defendant) had sold to a soldier named RODGERS, for $50, a forged or altered pass to enable him to leave the camp. The alteration of the pass was detected by the sentry at the gate and RODGERS was stopped. The defendant being in camp, was arrested, but denied that he had anything to do with the pass in question, or that he had had anything to do with RODGERS whatever.
As further matter of defence, good character was shown. The jury rendered a verdict of not guilty. United States District Attorneys GILPIN and VALENTINE, for the prosecution, and J.P. O'NIEL for defendant.
United States vs. JOHN FROMMER
Indictment for perjury. The defendant was duly enrolled as a citizen of Bethlehem, Northampton county, Pa. He appeared on the 10th day of December, 1863, at the office of Colonel YOHE , the provost marshal of the Eleventh Congressional district, at Easton, and presented an affidavit, duly sworn to, setting forth that he claimed exemption from the draft on the ground that he was an alien and had never declared his intention to become a citizen.
The United States produced in evidence the affidavit above mentioned; also, a certificate of declaration of intention by the defendant from the office of the Court of Common Pleas of Northumberland county, certifying that defendant had declared his intention on the 4th day of June, 1859; also, certificate of naturalization, certifying that defendant was duly naturalized on November 4th, 1864. It also appeared in evidence that defendant had voted at the last election.
Defence, good character, and the fact that defendant cannot speak English, and that he did not know what he swore to when he made the affidavit above mentioned, but that he thought he was swearing that he never voted. Jury out.
Court of Quarter Sessions - Judge ALLISON
The case of REESER, bar keeper at the Farmer's Inn, Market street, charged with the larceny of $1,800, the property of a man named DICKEL, who had stopped over night in the house, which was on trial on Monday, was concluded. Verdict, not guilty. After which the court adjourned.