IN I| TEMPLEf Regalarl September Sessions of Criminal * Court Convened Today. THE ?FIRST DAY'S PROCEEDffiGS. Order* ef Sale Awarded and Guardian! Appointed Appointed in the Orphans' Court—Auditor 1 ! Esparto Beceived. and Confirmed—Widows** Confirmed—Widows** Appraisement* Confirmed in Several .Estaies-The Hnt Called for Trial Wai Com. vs. Bnren Bortlemay—The Defendant, Defendant, Aged Fourteen Years, Pleads Guilty to the Charge of Forgery. The J-egular September sessions of Criminal Court convened this morning, Judges McPherson, Light and Reinoehl on the bench. The following business was transacted in the several courts before proceeding with tha regular business: :" ORPHANS' corral. Estate of John B. Shuey, deceased; order of sale awarded. Estate of Samuel.Brnbacher, deceased; Peter Schaum, Cyrus- Brnbacber and Israel' '- Bomberger, commissioners to make partition of real estate of deceased. Jacob Brubacher was appointed guardian of Annie Brnbacher. . • Estate of Martin Funk, deceased; order of sale awarded. " JV W. Goss was appointed guardian of Jacob, Lydia, Henry, Susan, Samuel and David Metzley. «» Estate of Mary inn Zimmerman, deceased; deceased; auditor's report confirmed. Estate of Franklin Mease, deceased; order of sale awarded. Samuel Fry was appointed guardian of Bertns A. Albert. John F. Trush was appointed guardian of Jacob G. Umberger. John Miller was appointed guardian of Victor Louser and Elsie Loueer. Estate of David Light, deceased; petition petition of Christian Light presented, praying praying for rule to show cause why land should not be sold to pay legacy. Rule granted. Estate Estate of Jacob Bohr, deceased; order of sale awarded. Albert Garrett was appointed guardian of .Harry, Daisy and Bessie tJhrich, and of Preston TJhricb. Estate of Adam Mease, deceased; auditor's auditor's report confirmed. Estate of John Gingrich, deceased; auditor's auditor's report confirmed. Estate of. Elias H. Albert, deceased; F. B. Boeshore, John Zeigler and Amos Kreider, appointed commissioners to make partition. Widows' appraisements were confirmed in the following estate?, viz: Estate of John Zeigler, deceased. Estate of Daniel Snyder, deceased. Estate of Lev! Butter, deceased. Estate of Mollie Louser, deceased; inquest inquest in partition awarded. Estate of John 3. Greth, deceased;, order order of sale awarded. Estate of Lev! Umbereer, deceased; Solomon Bomberger, Daniel Brendle and Heary Sobanm, appointed commissioners commissioners to make partition of real estate. The report of the'jury and sheriff, who held an inquisition in partition on the real estate of William Snbert, deceased, was confirmed ni si. Estate of Aaron Stine, deceased, order of sale awarded. Report of George Deaven, Jacob Deaven Deaven and Isaac Boyer, commissioners to make partition of the real estate of Peter Rhode, deceased; confirmed absolutely. COMMON PLEAS. John Bnffamoyer, Edward Rhine and John Zeller were discharged under the insolvent laws. : Annie Ruth, by her next friend, G. W. Nitrauer vs. Henry B. Ruth; in divorce. Subpoena awarded. Lizzie A. Gilbert, by her next friend Harry G. Miller vs. Harry C. Gilbert; in divoice. Subpoena awarded. Auditor's report of F. E. Meily, esq., upon the distribution of balance in hands of D. C. Elliot, assignee of Henry Y. TJbricb, confirmed. George T. Brooks vs. James March. Rule on plaintiff to file a more specific statement. The following named persons were admitted to citizenship: Thomas Leak, John Simmons, Harry Davis, James Jukes, Henry Harback, all natives of England excepting John Simmons.' John H. Farms filed his papers of declaration. declaration. TRIALS. Com. vs. Bnren Bortlemay, forgery. The defendant, aged fourteen years, plead guilty to the indictment and the Court held sentence under advisement. It seems the lad went to the postoffice and got possession of a letter addressed to John Bortlemay, which contained a check for some seven dollars. He then took his rubber and rubbed the name John and wrote in his own name and drew the money. Com. vs. "Walter Seiders, larceny. This defendant of the age of fourteen, also plead gnilty to the indictment, and sentence was held under advisement. The boy stole a pocket book containing a ten dollar note, and -some papers from the bni san drawer of Mrs. Emma Armel. Com. vs. Thomas C. .Whiston, aggra vated assault and battery. This case grew out of the much advertised foot race between Frank Shirk and Harvey Tiengst. The prosecutor James Cox was beaten and kicked by the defendant BO badly that his jaw bone was broken and his ribs fractured. The defendant claims that he bad more than sufficient provocation for the act; that the prosecutor prosecutor entered his house in an intoxicated condition and used vile and abusive language language to different njembers of the prosecutor's prosecutor's family. On trial.