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ate for jxtwdvnot, will
Lincoln, at lx oy , on r 1 1
.Jnlv 1 A: vand' at
ew iiope, on oaiuiuj?
r . i ! ' ! 1 it I ' '
Tfc. enmmunieation of"A Jefferson, Jack
on, Ga.s and Buder, Democrat," .bej
received too late for this paper. w
appear ia our next. ' ' ' " ' j,.
, y t;r-.8i- ' . .
'despondence qfthe BaUumrt Sun.
j.i-;-.:Nw YoRK,' Jon 29 P. M.
Worcester Free Soil ConTentlon.
l. n (t;r. met vesterdav at 10 . o
-1.-1. .!, r.iotnm House, which was so
denslyrpwd.d,that it wa determined to
adjourn to .maepenuence ciju.i" -
Hon-. of Dedham, .presided, assisted by
numerous of Vice Presidents and Secrets.
purpose for which they were prepared than
the abuve, &c. -
i .-. . W W .Tunn. M. U..
, .' J -J ; 1 O Eauderdale Co.", Miss.'
Prenared' onlv Jbv Dr. D. Jayne,, Phila
delphia, and sold on agency by - j . J
Julv. 3. 184S. , - Louisiana Mo. ' t
Where may be had the American Hair
Dye, warranted to chang the hair to a
beautiful Auburn or perfectly Jet Black,
without stainmg or irritating ihesKin.
ni thm 9.A Julv. 1848. bv Rev. Jas. S
Nalley, Mr. C. P. Yeater to Miss E. Smith,
all of Pike county, wo. '
on takin? the chair : ad
j j t.. .nnssntinn at length, and was
urcsacu " ,
rn J k WiUnn. of Nautick. who
Iliuwcu VJ -- - -
hit remarks, that ne
XirmA the neoDie would not suffer Abbott
T.L.. AP nviia else to pull cotton
wool over their eyes. Mr- Payne, of Rhode
Island, also made a speech, in which he
earnestly exorted the convention to act In
unitv noon the question of free soil and
vlflHwr he tailed unnn'thein to con-
jjM.hnihTMwtnil Cass, for obvious
reasons, and spoke of Van Buren in tones
nFit feeiiner ana eioaueu;. ucu no
concluded, at 2 o'clock, the convention ad
iourned until 4, P. M.
'Convention re-assembled at 4, , PV M.
hii Mr ' Hamnbell. of Ohio, proceeded
to'give an account of the abuses practiced
upon the North by the '; National conven
tion." 1Mr Phillips then read the, address
and resolutions reported by the committee.
The address is well writteu
A aeries of resolutions were also read.
expressing the uncompromising hostility of
Massachusetts to me extension .us aiavny,
and a determination 1 not to support - anv
candidate fr the presidency who was not
mM . . .
oi the Jame opinion. Aojournea.
The Bjston wires are down no report
LOUISIANA P1UCES tKRKEJfTT-f
. i 'iBAHra OTwti'iJuly I0,i 1848.1
REAL ESTATE. :
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N pursuance of an order! toe rue.cowny
mJm ni thm lust Juhe term thereof, I
m tvui) w ,
wUl offer for sale, before the court house door
tnu-n nf.Rnulintr Green, on a credit of
twelve month, and on the first day of the nexU
a ,.ct tarm aid Court, 'tie lollowiniT aecri-
bedreal estate, belonging to the estate of Silas
Rhea,doceaed, lying in aia coumy, ; n. -
Lr in Nil one of N. W. or. of aect. six ( 6) T
53 R. 2 W.,conUining 40 acres also, S. 1-2 of
lot No. 2 ofthe S. W. qr. ol sect. . o iv
2 W. containing 40 acres, and lot No. 2 of N
W. qr. sect, six (6) T. 53 R 2 W. containing
80 acres. . . .
The purchaser will be required to give bond
Adm'r. Silas Rhea, dee'd.
July 10th 1848
Lard - . . -Butter,
Beef on foot, -
Eggs,.. - ..
Sugar, Coffee, ' -
Dried Apples; .
rW -a unuu
15 cts per. -. !do, ,
i;$ 3,00 perfcwt -
1 1-2 a3 percwtL
Final Sclilecjen C
NOTICE is bebjaWt!i ioM- Mrw!
corite'tirlwd rinletTstioritMh 'Urof
I.: r : .1 .. . .i.. ik. t.fcaA
.1 .1 1 . l .nll..l . . . . -
nne new una eiegau swea. oi yu..'7TcouBty conrt rife, .cotHity.Jjla-.itOvM
orougnt 10 utta wW ,.oyw v '-jbegun and held in Bowling O'reen, on
, FLVAL SETTLEMENT.
TOTICE is hereby given, to all persons in
toravtort that t thm next Aii-nisf term of
the county eouft of Pike county, 1 shall - apply
!. . . . ai t a . a ..f 11. a a
lor a nnai seuiemem oi me esiaur vi i iiuuua
Cunningham, decease!.; ' " ' '
June 26th, 1848." ' ' '
A I.TST OF LETTERS
13 EMAINING in the Post UUice at Louis
f a., on the 1st of Julv. 1848. which
if not tAlten out in three months will be scut to
the General Post Office.
M B Ancle
Joseph Bar net
Dora Jackson '
Wm H Martin
Ma. V Btracif. The Pennsylvania
thus speaks jof Mr. Van Buren' defec
tion: " " ... , : . ! !.-'r
"What deed this is to sullv the sunset
of.a life, the morning and the- meridian rf
which were so full of true greatness! He
will fall from his high place in the "Demo
cratic affection ar once, and will sink, so
low as to be beyond all hope of political re
surrection. ; The Great Democratic party
will shake him off as the dew-diop from
the Kon'S mane. A We have no regrets for
his apostlcj Jo thosa w"ho ha ve served him
sn Innir. fcnV mm innrirtf In xee how coldlv
he has returned the ardent support of his
The government taxes on ' the London
Dail Times newspapers,' are. said .to be
more than half, a million of dollars a yea.
Morris R .1brris
miss Camilla McElroy 2
Giarles S Moore
T J Wallace
60c per bushel. ;
250 'to 2,75 per ewt.
. ociper dozen. ; ". v
6 1-4 to 7c per lb.
- 35 a 50c per gal. v.
. 1,00 per bushel. . ;
' 93ctpet bunch. '
. 45 to 50J"per bushel
4 1-2 a ,5 per lb
. 5 per lb
ft 1- oer lbi
XV1 t TT
",, ; T i,'i! .,MVVHI,t..V.v:....,
T ESPECTltiftty anntiheir;friHds
and the public, that 'Mey nave, jnuqenaapa
AN adiourned term of the County Court
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nf V Ir rniintv. Old., win ne neia at me
Conrt House in Bowline Green, on the
17th Hav nf Julv next, to hear and deter
mine all appeals which may be taken from
the Assessor 8 oooics lor hip present yew.
June 20th 1848. o. . r t.c..
lurliir.ii tliAV invifn the fl!finlinri nf dealers." .
I It is their design Jo make aft necessary 'addj-
tln,i. rnm (!m.' In t!n 'in u Inlppn onnsfahtlv
on hand a' comfalete stock of Dry Gooai, Cittke-
rUs' Queenswarei Hardwart, Sic. to suit all class
es bf nuTchaser. " Their Goods Te of tne oert
niialiiw t'riH latist Stvle: -and theiK ririce shall
llip rnifh to insure saiisfactioh'. for thev have
determined to not De nnaersoia oy any eaiaoiuin
mnnt north of t. LUIS. . VYIin I1IM qrmi4-
Ition, thdjr filter themselves they .will be able
m3ke. it, to, pie-; interest ., ot( purfinaaars Wfu&
them a, ifaaf e- of tb.eiij patronage., ,CUL ad e
nitiini. for ' voiVrselvek "foil it ia notrouh'e to
them to sVio''jcbod,w : Their siore ii ih the
house' rorine'fty occupied by McKay & Co.y the
lower door or Draper's row, on Water Street,
where they tt&itldbe hajfpy to receive calls if it
is only to examine their goods.-3 !'''
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All Unas oi eouniry prouuee uoenu prico
... . ' i m . 1 - v . . . -.
willoeiaKen in exenanga lor pwra..,.- m
Kespecu uuy, ' i v ai. m w .
Louiiana. Mo. June 12th, 1848. v vi , )
M Tl. Ti fnf msrr and otherm. thev would aav
they have s, large and commodious Warehouse
where : they will carefully, receive and, rerwara
Ireiolit on the most reasouatue terms. :-
'; lo tr.
where all persons cooderedvmajNitts rflf
thev think proper. ,tyu .rl
June 19th, J848
31ECU1X1C S LC31BER YARD.
(rr.HE "un'derigned have on band a large and
H well selected assorimem oi iscoosm
JOS. RICHARDSON, p.
July 10th 1848
5T3We are authorized to announce M. S
Prii-K a a candidate for the office of Jus
tice of the Peace of Buffalo Township, at
the ensuing August election.
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Jr W are authorized to announce Jamea E.
'r.lfnn. a a candidate for the office of Constable
of Buffalo township, at the entuing August elec
We are. authorized to announce lliun
LAi.LE.t.as a candidate for the office of Juttica
ofthe Peace for Cuivre township, at the ensu
ing August election.
O" We are authorized to announce William
I nii-t- a a candidate for lhe cfiice of Con-
itable of Indian Creek township, at the ensuing
i Wm are authorized to announce John
Matree.as acandidatefor the office of Cor
oner of Pike county, at the ensuing August
HOOPING COUGH JND CROUP.
To Parents. Jay lie's Expectorant, is
without exception the most valuable pre-
? station in nsej for the above diseases.'-
t converts Hooping Cough into a mild and
tra(aMn'Alipa ' anjf alivtn tim iYnrafinn
more than one-half, and produces a certain
uu Bpeeuy recovery. jrom, nan to one
tetf'tnnnnfllt milt lurt.inl. C-mm in
bfants and young children, in half an hour's
m.' "TU. II -c i , i e I I ,
-o uvea of uunureas oi cuuuren
wul be saved anaually, by always keeping
it oo hand ready for every emergency. '
tiJ.a . :.
.. ZOtrEt VlND SUMMER COM
m Df. JATNE, No. 8 South THIRD Street
IS willing to -PUarantpp that hia Cnrminativp
Balsam will cure Diarrhoea. Colics. Cramosl ; We are authorized to announce T. M. Rhea,
Griping Pains, Cholera Morbus, i Summer a a candidateor the office of Constable of Cuiv
rnmnr.!-: -La Iter Towmhin at the easuin? Auirust Election.
Stomach mnd Bowls, : in ninetv-nine cases! '' ' ' ' ': "T"' . L'
out of a hundred, and in less than . half the re ta,no"jT t a T f
tiBMithan canbe effected by, any,, other candidate for thftofficeof
' means, .trjli!!; f 'i'ii'iHii i stable of Cuiver township, at the en
1 : a ' ..... A itfvittif of orf Inn. '
lonftcfits It is equally as effectual for !.
uuits aa chiktrea, and when the .directions :
re fofiowed ndcare' is not. effected, the Z!
money wiU be cheerfaB
CR mrA RA.t. - t ...-TTJI-T
Weslev B. Trower. Henry A.
Trower, George A. A. Riggs
and Lucy Ins wile, t.yan uw:
ens and Jennetta his wile; Le
vi Long and Sarah his wife,
and John Long, and Mitterva
Long Lis wife
John Slavcns, Ayres Askew
and Louisa ins wuc, aainuci
llnTpn and Pamelia his Wife,
1 Henry Kennedy and Marihi
ihis wile, & Andrew J. crau
ley and Maria his wife, and
AND now at this day the petitioners, ap
,- nnr hr tlifir Altoriicv. and file tlieir lie
tition for the partition of the following describ
ed real estate, viz : Lots twenty-seven, twenty-
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i(hl iweniv-mne. Dein? eacn ri.xiv ier uu
II ,L- .trs.-t and nin.'lv leet liai k ami Hie liorill
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- ..4 In, llti.htl'..IV ll..in(T ivtv fpt on
IVIM CI1U Ul vv..., J
Oak street and forty-five feel on Fulton street,
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all in Mie lown oi Asniey, in sua couiuy. mm
itaDDearine from said petition, ani the affidavit
ilior. in th:it the ni.l defendants are non-rtiii
rtin( of th SLata of Missouri. it i ordered Iv
the Court, that they be notified of the filing of
octition. and that a conv of this order be
published once a week for eiM weeks succes-
ivi ly in omo newspaper priiiluu iu tins county
oTATE OP :
CountT of Pike. m i
TIT. Martin. Cirri of the Circuit
Court for said county, certify that the foregoing
tviiaa iinnv Cvnm tli rsfTf(
' m & , a ' I
l 1 Witness my nana, ani oineiai srai.
iSeal. Done at office in Bowling-Oreen, in
said county, this the 23rd day or May
A. D. 1848. J. M. MARTIN.'Clerk,
May 29th. (8w8.)
! NOTICEi& hereby- inTCm&'j&.
concerned- it. interested'!' wit SierWrjf
fJolin M. Trimble, deceaWflptfair'i'wti
make a final settlemont-ef my admiBistra
tioiveftsald ataf;tfiheP neMeneTtnl
county emrt6T.Pike county jlo; toMbsi
gun and held in Bowling Greeny eabe
ond Monday in AugifSl, WiOvneft wjh.
where; all persons ctmeemed may Attend if
they tbirtWipropeT.5i.' .no rohtlt .tvin h.l tk
- 1 r an UKhi w Ji tkim JJLiK, ' Aaimr.T.
June I9tb; 184i" fiHwy
f: Pin Xnrltber, bas
tvliipo nflfcr; ior sole at raduted : nrioesx.
Persons wishing to purchase are requested to)
can on me undersigned "srettna vnm geaeraMy, i
. . t j. . r . in 1 c II u
or at tne store oi piessr. jiock ot. utus.
, . .. FAKliEKJtatUbU.
Louisiana, June 19th, 1848.
150,000 feet: of Pine,,
rrtHE subscribers have just , received. 150,
B UuU leet ol well seasoned rine LumDer,
all si, which theT win aeifas tow as the ar
ticle ran he h.irl at anv noint on tha river
Builders and mechanics would Consult their iri-
-.- . . JUHPIHCniVt&tU.
Louisiana. June 5th 1848. r 8 tf '-i
upon us at all times for lumber, a it is our de
sign to keep a goodatandiug supply. -
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lTOTlCIi w hereby given to U pert am con-
lf narnat !"aa .ta in fSsl.sMisafc.rf aJtJT--
brose Jf VanrarsdaJe, deeeajtdvtbstlium
make a final settlement of , m administra
tion of aid estate, at the next Jttfia of. 4hjo '
county court .of .me ctfuntyMeto ,e.ps,
gun and held in Bowjing Green, 0 ttf loc. J
ond, jMonjay in August,; 1848, , when.pdfn
where all persons concerned ; may awonu iiu
they tliink proper. - -1,. t;.f,tt,j!ilii!ct
uneii9thyi848.f .(llW).; S3:i5j:
, , Final ;Settlement".fi
TOTICE h) hereby efrew Wall ereto1otaatt
.!nthera intereated'W th aktaUtd WllUalfT
H T;I. rleeaai'ad. that the mdttiirnell
will apply at the next August term of thT
county court or rue county, . to xmase a
final settlement of hisadministratioa of tiii
estate. . , CHARLES BACON, Adm'ri'.ii
June 19th, I848.. lt 4wilib
Office ia the store formerly occupied by Jlfc-
Ky & CO. ! - i " .
' THrJurtaersTgned" tenders hk thaAki fcl'the'l
publiefor the patronage so liberally extended feT?
ki m , h ntnfarai ami remeetfuttr aohek i OOli- o
B. Persons from a distance may dependitinuaiiee of theaame8 He wUlcbii ia bisir.
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IVaier streets, Louisiana. aiy.iio
He has now an .band. SsuaarcoDpe, tea, Hoias
ses spices, candies at wnoiesaieana retail, Jem ,tj
oiia'. 'or'anees', nuis, figs plumVs. Jta &c,--togm-,!H
er with an excellent article of fourtn pf yoTbran-
dy and wlnen for the'.SlcB.J'all oCwhlcU wUl oe,
sold theap for Cash. ' " ' ; : . ' ' ' ' "
; . i - THOS: B. LIMERICKJ ;
May I2th,1848. .aiv(-i.-j tuiaaiil
rfHE undersigned wish to phtrharVmmV'
L-diately; TWENTY-FIVE Hbdaj i -MPU
Tobacco,' for which: the highest market -prfcV n
wiu oe paid ia mbs. - -,'---
Louisiana. Jurv 3dL 184oV- ,-'ju
NEW FIRM AT THE OLD STAND.
I0HS S. MABKLEV. ' , : ,
M.1KKLEY & CtAlilvSON,
TfJ A V'II nurcliased tlic stock of Samuel E.
Allpn in now manufacturing everv ile-
Ueription of Jloals and Shoes at the old stand of
Newnam & Allen. They will keep every va-rirtv-
of Riot an, 1 Shoes, shoe findings. sole and
inner leather. Philadelphia calfskins, neirs &c.
Sec., and beg to assure all who may lavor them
with meir puronrge, that iney may reiy on an
work made dv tne ji neuir oi tne rent oui wotk
i i . I ... A ft .. . .1
oi any miue ui uie vuuiuv. a,
53We are authorized to announce John
Grimmet, as a candidate for the olHce of
Constable of Buffalo Township, at the next
We are authorized to announce Thomas
If) Shv aa a candidate for the otfice of Con
stable of Buffalo Township at the ensuing
2f"We are authorized to announce D. A. O.
1-rrn r .1 a candidate for the cilice of Consta
ble of Penu township, at the next August elec
tion. , ,
5T3"We are authorized to announce Wiluam
P. Wir.r.i.iiswoBTH as a candidate for the effice
of ConsUble of Cuiver township, at the next Au
gust election. r
Wm are authorized to announce Jobic A.
T.anea aa a, candidate for .the Office of Nonsta
ble of. Cuiver township, at the ensuing August
election. . ... .
iC(irr7nf(f in all cases."
JSTtDS 4LP-l.test;mony in fa
owtqpriaawalKaidieiiW ha. r-eri-
uybeen receded fl rtfrfclia of
nMj recomnvend them
YouExpeetwtDt wd Carwnative Balsam
1 h.VA. ya.il . . .
mdicucf, that have batter ftjweNt tiej
We are authorized to announce Hltt Snor
MAKcn, as a candidate for Justice of the Peace
Buffalo Township, at the ensuing August e
' CIRCUIT ATTORNEY.
We are reauested to state that A. W;
Lamb, Esq., onr present Circuit Attorney,
wi!!h cannidiis ts rcf.l that office at
Ilia nkininir .1rfinn in November. The
counties, composing this, the third Judicial
.:-...: ... XXJtr. "Doll. til-e. Mnntcrnin.
virvuit, bid ifianuu, . -,
. v 1 ci& . Ol . 1 ' I
ery,' warren, imcdio ana d. vuoriw
. VV. airthnrfze.d" to; annonnc Ctlnm
tbui P. Kirtley, Esq., at, a candidaje-far
the Uffics or Circuit Attorneyi in tun wwu
Jhdicial District at tba ensuing election in
Huvin? in their employ tlie btst Boot maker
in the eountv. thev confidenllv solicit at d ex-
nect to receive a liberal share of natronaee.
Thev will also keen on hnnd a irood stock of
eastern Uoois, Shoes and Family Grocries. -
Louisiana, June 10th, 1848. . : 10 tf.'
SPUING AND SUM MLR CAMPAIGN
FRESH SUP P LIES SUIT ML
rBHE subscriber lias just replenished his al
f ready large supply of READY .MADE
CLOTHING, consisting in part of tlrcrs, frock
and business c'oth coats : black and figured
casimere pantsj superior black satin Vests; silk,
beaver and neutfia bats J , shoes and boots; . lie m - - - j 0K tha' travelinc
has also a large ' variety ul itnnen ana iwceo jlxj. , . ..i.rt.i rL-,n,7,
r,tn,1 l,.i. ..s i;,,n.n .d community'. - The proprietor, gratelul forhe
tweed pants; summer vests, shirt and drawers. (liberal patronage ne nas jo ec",J "
together with .good supply of DRY, GOODSto constant attention M M-
FOUL Its' HOT EL j'
Louisiana, Mi 1
THIS well known House is still 'open
AND GROCERIES, to suit the season. All
of which he will sell as low as the times will
possibly admit, for Cash, country : produce, or
to punctual customers on time.' , , . , :
To dress yourself from top to toe : .
Right down to my house you should go, -For,
to you bargains shall be sold '' -
For country produce or for gold.. -
-.. . J JOSEPH RICHARDSON.
Lo'uia&na,pril 29th, 1848.
JUSTICE MASSIE. will hold- his next
Law Dav, in Louisiana, on Saturday,' the
,8th day of July next. '' - " - 1
June 5th, 1848.
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Ths undersigned havih? had their Card
ino- Machine nut in camnlete order, are
, . 1 ) t t; K , Ml I
now reaay to-receive ooi, na win carbj
at the following prices': j " ! " '1
White wool, at 4'centL-per, potnd,
Mixed, at 1 cts per : y
All wwl left with Ins 3l berrcarded
mmediatelv. GEO. WJJENKS &CO
i Louisiana, Jlfo., JWaS6tt 1848
PATENT MEDICINES. S
irAYNES EXPECTORANT.' 'javneV Toh
ic Vermifuge, Jayne'a Carminative' Balsam,
.Tavna'a- Snnativa Pilhi. JaWna'Alferatisnff.
13 V. :lkMil miiKilt.ii ra.i ItAW.Wi'
"j Uavtd Jaywlrnadeipiland
Molasses, Tar, Stone war e.Traca &.Log Chains,' ;b
Boots and Shoes, Spun iCottons, Carpet
Chain,' Domesties, Bed Tickwj Iron,
. Steel, Castings; HaU, Caps' je,
Li store and for sale low by
t We nave hirre and Vpaoioni Varimh a
tached to our storeTKe'wibing to ship or
tore, will find it to tKeir intefest to give us a
calLt1;T n; ..! .-.. :i s Ji B S
1 II '
- .r lh. inmA . Hp
nromiscs that his table shall at all limes oe sup
..Af iiiirn mi iiK&i, iiiuL Luc uuuiiti v '"i
lanrf that rihrticnlar attention shall be given to hi
. His prices are as follows: ; y
. . Boardby the day, ! $ 50
do : for man and hdrsc,' - ' 1 75
single me als,; '
r. v mnttan
two meals rt : i -: 5 :i ;-40
U the 'week ;'1 - 2 00
.lo . for borseiPerday I - .r ?- ?5
ti J iii.UinTi'itt i io'to'anviiofnt in tl
- ... k(.aeeammodated wiUialiaCKJ
CUU..VJ, - ,
or single horses ai reasouauio pu t. ;
For the benefit of stTartgera he will say -that
on 'i. Third Street. one
rooms nn. . . ... j . A , '
Idoor soiidi of Band's hoiel anoeoiaw.yop.
nosito lhe Acadejny..;,Jima uui-iwpr. i
T . . .f . HI J lt'i .4.
jSov.tue ;'iu-, iDi..i c.J i .
. ' ' Kfbrepujcuasing.
r "-.. . . .... i u,t - . '
1 lie imuoiaijw ,
liJJanlK thflcltieniof our .towiS
il article of fresh, mf at.
by' openinfl a feftiuar maran m v. a-njwu
& 'BtwVwara htfnsefon every nday bqt?
liiviu aynafximaaeipiiiar uiiuiujjmt, wlUftnrj'wouiKi
f HK2 Holf 3UO.71i0Wian8.r! frUndsand Wetow generairyv
andVlklggs, Ashley. Mo. t"- ri 1 y McALlSTER & SHAW. U
"XrE are, aots reneivinga large and Wea,a-
If) .ed stock of Goods, suitable fotho .A
season,; consisting of jj .mvaja niwrl.'ol
Dry (ioods, Hijirocency,
OueensWarea &c, &c., ..o
tfnich. we will jaell at very .low,, price lot
Cash or Produce, Persons wishing W pur-g I
cbasa Goods wiU pleaitJ gwe to a cau
C. JACKSON A. BRO.
" XfluWana, .AprflMStS.irui'Ul
ANTED. i0b,000 "ibsV Baeon "6,060
l 84 il! tbutan'a,o,1,c7;
: iw t,... vaxaivfd. and have for sale
Grbqnd AUum, Liverpool Blow andiKoawb8r
Salt whlcbwe ofielr at reduced brie ''. i
f,- -r-,rv. .1,-1 r ii r-i; im." - ' 1 6
! Beef! BCCn.V WHV,rightJn,at.W!UTAaCloto.l,
Sr5f?.. J " fctwfjr -tittle toone, ,?d
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