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ZT we reeavedtke toltowjapote and com- hatred sprang .tlia question .of.annexing
1 exaa to tae Union. Th nation tra thrown
munication on Mondf labut too late for our
paper of that data. The ErU note was not intend
ed for pablicatianlwit wijl supercede the neces
aitj of editorial reaurks : ''. )
MoJuJe lit. 1849.
J teg thai yon: will, do iwi the'kindxress
Jto insert the enclosed statement to the Ban
U. k thpilaroM hat keen sent to, the
fUeord.'. 1 lead yOtt the original signature.
yo eftoose let the Kecord Know
oditoritlly, that the orignel signatures 'can
See by calling at your office. ri ' "
' !Your friend, . ;. J. ifc.Bi
. - -.i '
.FOB TH BABHXB. 1
' i l J'0 Orncc, Tboy, Mo.J )
'i'-'iCu nl: ? June 1st 1849. $
Io the 'Louisiana Record' of the 30th Alt.
f noticed an editorial' devoted specially to
the Post' Matter at, Troy, Mo., in .which
great complaint is made on , account of the
papers forwarded to this office not being de
delivered according to their direction..' i
In reply I have only to ask the insertion
of the following statement, which I think is
full and complete refutation of hit false
and calumnious insinuations; The list of
names include-all, a well as I recollect,
to whom the paper was sent, except James
Ellis, tht fade t of the publisher proprie
tor of the Recard, Win. Young, Esq., the
agent of that paper, and Dr. H. K. Jones,
who bare consented ,to take it from the of
fice ; t, ? !''''
u. ; ! ..:. : james h. britton.
The undersigned state that the Louis
iana, Record' was tendered to us by the Post
MAtef, a'iTr6yi Mo. but we declined
taking it from the office, not having sub
scribe J for it ' V ' . ,
M.O.Glore i C
Jordan S. Sallce
Frederick Wing ...
John A. Woolfolk ,
James RGtor :
Frederick. Cottle .
Jackson- & Parker
H. B. Wing
Richard H. Woolfolk
Robert A. Roach
Thomas G. Hutt '
Charles U. Porter
Elias Norton' .. t
Sherman Cottle.' . .
From the Misaouri Courier.
TO THE DEMOCRACY OF MISSOURI.
into a wonderful excitement. The Texas
question; Tike thorpd of Aaron, swallowed
up every thing else, and editors and politi
cian stood in fearful doubt. The, WashA
inglon tUub'e, would blow hot, then cold. fSbnat'oi' Benton' or any
iiio intelligence! was mum. npman eou.a
tell one day what the next would, . bring
forth. . hit, Clayv was certain to' bis ''the
candidate jf the whigs, Mr.iVan Buren oil
the democrats, Neilner bad expressed pis
opinion on v annexation. ; The excitement
stiltincreasi-d, and the people became more
and more interested, until finally letters de
fining tlie position of these gentlemen, simul
taneously made their appearances-one in
the north and the' other in- the south, and
both in opposition to annexation. '. The Bal
timore democratic' convention in ; accord
ance with, what proved to be, public senti-J
ment, cast aside Mr. Van Buren and nom
inated Mr. Polk, who was known to be an
advocate of annexation, as was his particular
friend and neighbor. Gen; Jackson.
This announcement was the death knell of
Col. Benton's hopes; and it is s tid that when
the news of Mr. Polk's nomination reached
him, he exclaimed 'would to Pod the Balti
more Convention were sunk ten fathoms in
ffeltfire!' From that instant to the present
Col. Benton has hung like a millstone
around the neck of the . Democratic party.
tie took no part in the Presidential election
of that year, except to attend convention!
and make speeches in vindication of his
own 'position on the Texas' question At
the Booneville Convention, he said nothing
id favor of Mr. folk's election, and at our
Conventiot near the city of Hannibal, he
was studiously ailent 'on that subject until
request by Gen. Durkee,of Lewis county,
Walker Leuthan, Esq , of Palmyra, and
finally a third person who went up to the
staud while Mr. Benton wa speaking, and
offering his hand, exclaimed, Do, Col, Ben
ton tell us something about our candidate
for the Presidency, James K. Polk.' - All
who were present remember the answer.
Mr. Benton pleasantly pbservered that he
knew little Jimmy when he was a small
boy,' that o no day , after he bad made a
speech in a law case in tavor ot old jur.
Polk, Jimmy's father, little Jimmy came to
him and told him it was the best speech he
had ever heard in his life. During the
whole four years of Mr. Polk's administra
tion, Seuatotf Benton has done nothing to
identify his name witu-any of the. numerous
exciting questions that have" "been acted
upon by Congress, except to cast personal
reflections' upon Gen. Cass, insult Senator
Butler, snarl at Mr. Calhoun, frown con
tempt at Gea. Kearney, before court martial
in tne xremoni iriai, ana in iruig o piu-
cure- for himself the appointment of Ltev-
no-panyisra, Hli people' end such gammon. JL a A.fi ,,r
Democracy Jmplie, priple whHei mala rnhabitenU over
cates of democracy are; JPry MseciateaAwxnif-one anJ under fifty-five years of age,
io carry ouitnai principle MtiutaGura,ii,baii be levied ana ooiiectea rof we pretest year.
this governme3t. Ibomaani tanloa wufo
has heretofore professed to be of that psrty
ind has brew elected to office -thirty 'yeen
by that parry, now brotv tie t6 be ui)eriori
to parly,' and calls to Ins aid red, green,
viuc muM errvt xj . mni kv.
party Can d without hn
"Scaaroa Bxhtoji's ArrcALTOTHtPao-l tenant General of the Army. - Cal. Benton
tie." This appeal" of Senator Benton is stated in bis place ia the Senate, that Mr.
justly characterised by Hampton L. Boon,'
editor of we Metropolitan puoiiheaat Jef
ferson City, the capital of Missouri! as .be
ing "unequalled in 'boldness and impudence
in ancient or modern times." Mr- Boon
adds "althooeh we have been fr. Col. Ben
ton, through evil and good report for about:
30 years, we ere sow mgatnst him and will
b against him forever." Col. Benton has
been the pet of hit party, the glory of his
friends and the pride of the State. But a
las! what a spectacle-does be now present?
Fallen! Fallen! forever fallen, and that by
his own hand. Neither the severest ' com
petition of opposing rivals, nor the flaming
persecutions which have raged around him,
could ever have scauiea mm, naa no re
maiied true to himself and his party
This has been left for bis own ambition to1
accomplish He who was but a few years1
sines' the hone of bis oountrv. Is now the
object of universal execration. That par
tv the ever elorious democratid party
that has thrown the mantle of charity oyer
all his faults and given him its 'confidence
and anriDort for thirty years, now finds him
to be a virier stinzine the bosom that has
nourished it a varopyre ready to suck its
life blood; Startle not, gentle reader.
The pictur is too true. ' Thomas n. Ben
ton. the eallant leader of the democratic le
gieAi in' the memorable conflict of Airoixw
who D'a i tKdm But to evade facts ahl at
teapt to bjisier Col." Benton any longer is
useless. Strangely ; to wittered , by some
mvatariaaamlhicinatiosu The appears ft ek-
lesslV bept, Jipon bis own ruin, disregards
US) advice or irienos, miacpnavuca ws.
haaranfea of Iris constituents.' miscalculates
his own influenoe, and underrating popular
iatelligawr fusfcrt hidbng. ,tp. certain
destructibn. ' This is the worst his bitterest
- - --. i u i r.i l:
enemies nave aver aesireuinonw wm
FourieriteJ, SotisJiiU, 3fatrpodj ex-U - - CITY ORDINANCE No. 6.
cept party'riwe nay sj weSjasiocx a suC'Mn-Ordtane fixing Mc rate of taxation jot IM
cessor to rub on tne-tteketoi the democratic Lm:. year i4. -
party.' The dHKraejf fl Jtfisiouri have B it ordauied by the City Council of tne city
fought too many battles .under iheir. oUM " wiows: - v
ttrorioiis baariet U he led awaVrm M!SP'!'WT
4aa Orrica, Jane 41 1849.
i many battles under I heir. oUWJ"!. " kfiowa? v
.in- tv lii W aiVMilni tSL Section 1. For the purposes of
.i.Wki-ht.!aV ne M."k U Jv WiJ detU.nd makrog necewary street im-,
iirnvpiiirniB. m imx us .aasus uiaaa- ui um mi koiuiuu
erty in this city, made taxable oy
purposeaand a poll tax of ' fifty
party can d without him as it has done
without Clay, Calhoun, TyIer,Rives, White,
Poindext'er, Tallma'dge, Van Buren, and
others. 4 It is. well CoL Bent on, has at last
dropped the mask. -He lias been, iasiduoas-'
ly warring against us for several years past,
and now he can do us no more barm. ' Sic-
transit gloria mundi.
A HAaD IN 1844 AND A HAKD HOW.
Marion Coahtit; May 22d 1849.
"' ' : 1 '- Foa'TStB-Ba'avia. l
Suggested, by reading Gov'r. XcDovoeWs eloquent
i tpttch on tlu Wilmot Proviso,' " .7.
A storm it gathering in the North,' - ' i '
-And spreading hi and wide; ; 1 '
IU fitM gleaming boriting fbrih ;
. In fierce and sul'en pride ;
But fiercer far the torncloud'spathji
That from the South ia tweeping .
.,;:'The thunder f a people's wrath ' ,:' '
Amid its gloom ia ileepipg.. . t. y
A patriot's voice it raised to still
The tempest intoret, : . '!.'..;::
And deep its holy pleadings thrill . ,
In every freemaaV breast) -
From fair Virginia vale and height
It clarion notes are heard, ' " '
Then sweepa to riral in it flight
Our own free mountain bird. v..
o..': -x CITY ORDINANCE Ko. 8..
W ' Jtn (hdinmce Jppropriating Monai,
Bi jt ordained by the City Council of the city
of Louhnana, -follows;,'. '"' ' . -
Sec: T. -That there be appropriated and paid
nnt Af anv mrinkv in the citv treasttrT.'not other-
wi.e appropriated, the Iblsawtmaw.-'ftrt
use and benefit of the persons herein ter named,
via: . .- '; ) -i'-'-f' '
To W. O. Parks, expenaeTor Mae, t $10 40
ToE. C. & S. F. Murrav, for printiiBt.,. ..-v,
' City Charter, .. u lr 5fW
To' William O. Hackamore, for aerving ,
notices bv order Board of Health, . : 10 00
To E. Draper flt Bro's. for sundries, "14.21
To Geo, . W. Conder, services in Board.:' '
of Health, " ' 3 OO
To V;W. Emerson, do. do.- '' : 3 00
To H. J. Findlv. do. as clerk! ' ' 3 25
. . $65,86
PassedJune 6th, 1849. .. ' ; . r -,
W. K. KENNEDY. Mayor.
Attest, H. J. FiirnLT, Clerk C C . - ;
OTICE is hereby given to all creditors 'and
41 ' other interested ui the estate of William
Eofl; ; deceased, that the undersigned has obtained
from the County Court of Pike county, letters of
administration on aaid eetate,bSttingdateue 7tn
day of June, 1849.
'. All persons - having claims sgainat aaid estate
are herebv notified to present the same, proper
ly authenticated, within one year from the datei
of said letters, or they may be precluded irom
having anv benefit of aaid estate, and if not pre
sented within three years they will be forever
barred. JAMES BAILEY, Adm'r. .
Jane 11th, 1849.
Polk often consulted him on matters of na
tional policy, which plainly proves that the
. . , a. .a
President was noi lacaing in respeci or at
tentions to him. Yet it is well know that
ha was marked and formal towards the
President, and scarcely spoke . at all for
months previous to the close of his term
of office. 'Tis true Senator Benton voted
for the Tariff of 1846, but expressed his
disapproval of the measure at the time. He
opposed our claim to fifty-four forty minutes
in the Uregon controversy, aa aei lorui in
the- resolutions of the Baltimore conven
tion of 1S44, which was-contended for by
the democratic party as a prominent issue
in the canvass of that Year, ne was noi in
reality in favor of Mr. Clayton's Com
promise, in providing territorial government
for California, and voted against the amend
ment of Senator Walker, of Wisconsin,
which proposed "to organize a government
for the territories without saying anything
for Against sla very le a ing that question
to bo settled by the perpie residing mere.
He voted in favor of the motion oi uie no-
tnrioua abolition recreant; Hale, of New
Hamnhise. DroDosuic . to Jtrike the word
'white out of the Oregon territorial bill, to
as to allow negroes io vote in mi icmiuij.
In attlnese instances-Col. Benton atood in
opposition to his party the good old Demo
crairpartywhich has made him what he
Oh! may it give throughout our land . .
A warning note to all ' '
May one united patriot-band ' -
Answer it stirring call , , r
May Northern hearts turn to the pest,
' When brothers, hand to hand ?
We stood aaid the bat Ua' blast
' ' To Treeonr native land. " ' '
What though they deem a deadly stain ' '
Is on their sister's name ' : r , - .
I it a kindly part to pain :. - Y .
By pointing to the sharaeffr '
TffTBnd hrto their smiling bffli
The shaft. oadeaU, ?
To sweep away the fire-aide band
Upon destruction breath f
But should the atora that gathers dark
Oa Southern homes o'erwhakn i)
It he' who guides oar nation' bark . t
Should falter at tie helm, .., '
Then must the South assert her right ; . 1
In bold and free defiance, '
On Hm who gives U justiee, tntght, "
1 rusung wnn una reliance.
i i 'i
June 4th, 1849.
2 . ... . ' f T : J I . i J ... .I.i.l. I. a Am a a
j.m.ahi .(ininuintMn. arun uie unuea a miDiie man. auu vu wmwi
fiit- R.nV i kanotffArth to he numbered Ihl- mlL
witkHha isoo whoso treachorotrsi conduct From the foregoing, it -will be seen, that
he has aoofua and so severely reprehended Senator Benton has evinced a remarkable
aad denounced. None will read these facts declension from his former party associa-
with more painful regret than is felt by him tions. Step by step, uitie oy mue, grauu
.llv. eautiouslv. shrewdly, but certainly,
has he been breaking off from his former
friends and political affinities, until at length,
taking advantage of what he cons.ders a
titan-rhf Pretext to bolt from the party and
r-;'-f- . : . : i.:. n:. i..
nan nff ii na can io uia mw
profenes to have made the important dis-,
covery, tnst me laie ivemwcraviw --.
f thm Miiiouri lesislatBreja-era in league
with Mr.,Calhoup to dissolve me union 01
the States than : which .nothing is more
From th$ JfortA'Paitern Reporter.
Hon . Vt. V. It Bay, of Fran kiln .
This irentleman has been classed bv some as
doubtful upon the Proviso question.'; We", have
1101 uie ieu iaea woers ui ruuiui v
but aun'nose it to be the offspring of some of his
enemies. The following extract of a letter from
him to a political friend ia this place, will silence1
all fears a to his soundness en the slavery sub
ject. After' writrng abcut private aflaira, he
says:" .? - i-t ,..7.,.-..-
. MI am surprised that y person, fnend or foe,
should entertain a doubt in regard to mv opinions
unon the hiehlv exciting subtect to which you
allude. During the canvass I expressed myself
freely in relation to it, and have teen nothing
since to change my views. 1 have ever ques
tioned the right of Congress to legislate upon this
... 'r.i -1 .
suDjeci, anu even u me eonnauuonai power .
conceded, yet the exercise of it, ia my opinion,
under aay state ot cireutwstkooes, would be high
ly injudicious. You may therefore,' set me down
aa against the Wilmot Proviso in every shape
and form in which it mar" be presented, and my
votes in Congress will betound recoresa accor
dingly. ..v.'.-ll1 : !:.: I i.l
nmA the fault lies at hit owo'ddor. Disap- rfdiuelous and false-pSenator cenion now
pointed ambiUoa JLas provid! hls'tuib as it Utretches'liiroself up to his full beKbw
L..i;.n...4.k.rA-. hiin.'w Cal., Benton's kntaiina tha .few shreds bt which he in
ka. K.. e-r naav vaaM beea fixed on the some deoTee sfill felt boond to hit old party
Prasidency, and apart of bit pUnwatto U(0ciates, declare (hiinself to beABova
saonre thm fiootiatioo of Martin -Van Bu- pABXT. Yes Senator Bentort, for thirty
roi.br. tb Balt-saoro.oonvontioo of, 1844. years past the most iatolerant parlwan in
Whetbes, Mr, Vn. Buroa) abould theri tuo- America, and who owes ajl be and has,
A-.4 - - ; ivilH i aha viffht ofi the - nuhlie sense, to the most.ultra parti.
Soulh Wait to; claim the tt coadidale in L Dlhip and,tbVevr.e,t V"X 0l0fnlefu '
.ZTtT . . i n s. ...uJ ifl !..-. n .nd' nWlaims himself : to be
IH3tJWIil HBWI vw.tiwwH.ww- " nuw m -r -r.- i" .7 . . LLt
w'S'-i TSWTir' T IW - 1 Ot . a! . v OWT : " fa. A. 'AalM1
ton ,QMe bejng their organ. v U
titsa, Hr- Culhoau at Saa vetvy
. Passed June bth. 1849. : .
- - W. K.KENENDY Mayor.
' Aitwt,; H. J. Fianz.T, Cl'k. C C. :
Wheat, . m'-
Corn, -.. 1 '-
Oats, K - '''"
65 to 75o per busheL
80ctsper:. . :"'oo,-t
- 23 cts perr 'do..'
:r8'to4 perewi."' ''"
i l .
Hempir';l--f r 'J i-,i:-8a5 Wi&ttu
Lard-1 s.-58--08'',1 S'MaTsVjiatHr
Butterv: "-'t-1' 'SM;BUWSlfa"l
Flaxseed, r Wu 'ft '-eOOper'.busTial; "
R.r rtn fnUf -' 1 ' 1.2 tia rt '
Dried Apple;" a V 80 W KJepe. boaJM.
4YI . T 1 VVI WVaftteoai i
Sugar.' ; . ' S :1 1-4 to 7C pet IK
Coflee, '". ilr!t aSo-pstlaVv:-?
rr...a a"11 iP'-J . Kifl n ar.
Cotton Yav;y .??'ir.;j
5alt,KenMwa, - r , fuj per oua. ,;. (
O. A. ' . ' - 163 175 pTSaok.
Flour,' vm p.- ?4 to 4 5fn Ht
-Com; V !W,lt iif4
; Me. Pork, 1 v$8,60 pot IbL-.
:,'H.m, ; rj ;4.Pct.wlbt,:
. Green Apples, , 91 Pt oW-.:: -wi
Hemp, dew rpttea,,'.. $120 portoet, -.lol:
. Tobacco, , Vt-lia.3k to VivA a .-
HvT OTICE is hereby given Jo all persona inte-1
ii rested, that at the next No ember term of!
the county court of Pike county, Mo-1 will ap-1
pit for a Anal settlement of ihe estate ot Arm-
stead Waddell, deceased. ? j.-rj - J ;
JAMES ENGLISH, AdmY.
June 11th, 1849. 4w. .
10UI SIMl'lMDEMI FOR SJLB.
Tl Y ORDER of the Truateea of the Louis
1 1 lana Academv. the undersfrrned coaunittee
will,-on Saturday, the -4th day of July next,
between the hour of 12 and 4 o'clock, v. ar., of
that day, offer the building and the lot on which
tqe aame is situasM, at puono aaie, tome mgnew
bidder. - The building is about 24 bv 30 feet.
two stories high, and though , somewhat oiit-of
repairs, the wails are sound and capable ot last
ing many years. The title believed to be indis
putable. , 1 ' .';
Ten per cent, of the purchase monev to be paid
in hand, and the remainder to be in three equal
payments, at six,- twelve, and eighteen, months,
with six per cent, interest from date until paid,
and the purchaser to receive a bond for deed from
the Truateea when the last payment' is made.
Possession to be given three months from this
date..:.'- i . : ..W1-.I.1AB1 -.lUfc, c -
. ., ( . : JOHN S. HAH KUilj
,'. , V-ED WIN DRAPER.
May 28, 1848. n6. , ; .: ' ;j
E subscriber begs leave to Inform CbO ciii-
xens of Pike and the suiroundlng eduhtiea.
that be has 'juat opened 'lnthtoii.rtoa".c
Draper's Ho; Waters tbteK Loxdtiana, "oPQJ
the 'LARGEST5 AND MOTrTOMPLEfK
stocks of- 'r " r J
. statu: fc roci- - ,v. ,
EVER OFFERED IN THIS : MABXET
M aalaetioiu are of the' latest sfvlm end of the?
moat approved &brio-af : agrfj, French;- and.
Domestic Good; and have been pUTchaaad t
the Eastern Markets at such rata a will, I be
lieve, enable me to give satis &ction to the closest
dealer. ' "
r-AU persons purcnasing gws "
aire iMt respectfully in viud to tall and examine
my stock hefore purcfiassang enewner-, ana nw
pains shall bespared to pleas them, both in pneo
and quality of Roods. lthr ." '-' ''' -: ;
I - The subscriber having devoted Us entiro at-'
tention to the retaQicg or vending oY -Dit. Gooa
for the last tweUe years, feels confident no" can '
give satisfaction, and hopes to ;merit a portion of
,. ... . aaCI- S.W"-
P. S. Most acticlaa of mercbafi-tble produce
wis 'be taken tn exchangarfbt "eooua. ' "
May 141849.! V
WANTED At the store bouse of Lewu.,
Robertson; Water Iontrans, any
quantity of Ginsang, ia exchange. Ibr goods. at
prices. - . t . "i 'y"- (j
.... -ri, .,,fwJ o!
PRAI RI EVILLE, MO;
TlHE undersigned will, on Saturday, the 16tt
' day Of June next, aell at his residence 4
miles East of Bowling-Green, at public auctionJ
all or hi personal property, consisting or Mor
ses, Cattle, Sheep, Hog, and farming utensils
of every description, among which is . a good
wagon, rioug-s, etc. ate. -
A credit till the 25th of December next will
be given on all sums of five doUara and upwards:
.a a . a .1 1 41 .
for all sums under wai amoun ine casn wiu oe
required. , A. lb MoLrV.
May 28th; 1849. tL " .. ; .
JACKSON s& BRO.r
TlEG leave to announce to Ihe dtlteri 'of ;
sTl - PrairieviUe and vicmitv, thai they have -:
opened amongst them a general variety jof er-'s
ejLasialisa, auitcd to their wants, to whkh tbeya-'4
lioit their attentma' and custom, - Tnetrvvtoc
has been 8016016411101 care, to which they Will 1
continue to make aoeh additions as will insure
at all timea a complete variety or-1'- "
r wareHats, aps,
.... dnocs, jdoois.
AU of Which they will sella low a can be af.
forded in the country. ' j5.
' They will at all tunes take, in exchange, fat
goods, merchantable 'produce of the ooostry, at
liberal prices. Jf Call and ee for yourself:
JAt&isu .av ,
PrdrleviileVM; April 3tXh,184&4f. .
NOTICE i hereby giveu to all creditors and
Others interesUd in the esUte of, William
Willis, deceased, that the. undersigned have ob
tained from the Clerk of the county court of Pike
county, letter or administration on said estate,
bearing date the 12ih day of May, 1849. ; ". '.
All persons having claim. gams? said estate
are hereby notified to present the same, nroper-
lv authenticited.Withm one year irom me oaie
Sf A fuaaral nrooeasion of the member of f aU;a. 1-iurs. or the mav ba rreeladed from
Old Pike Lodtre. N. IX. -oa the occasion of tha!.1.ini, av banefit of said estate and if not Dre-
death of our lamented brother, John Hubbard,1, ente4 within three year they; Will be forever
win o uu "iig-M ,.. - v. j , uarreu.
ISA AC J. KING,
May 28th, 1849. 3 w.
14th init.. on wafch ocoaaiom brother Wm. Hur
ley, of . Hannibal, will preach tbefuneral of ewj
deceased oroiner,.. aii oiasw -iuwm Biu
standinr are respectfully invited to attend and!
join in the procession, t , t
By order oj rue 100,- . ? - , ,
3 JAS. Q..BROADHEAD. W. M
Attest, Wm. Bolioh, Sec'y. .
Jane 11th, 1849.-
n7ri1T ok APPEALS.
rpHE City Council of the oity of LouUiana will
M. . u.. if nffia- An Wcdnesdav.
the 20th inst., at 1 o olooKt .,uMear wh- navmg claims again. atu iaio uvivvj ui
termine all appeals fra the assessment Ibr the Ced to present the same, properly authenticated,
. - 1 qaq, L anil nh-r aM oersons feeling wi'Jiin one vear from the above date, or thev mav
themselves sgrieved, jnay attend if 4hey think be precluded from having any benefit oTsaid ea-
nroper. JQ nisrsairr nr1 iau .wo, h h. w n--- w.-. -un. j -,
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Pontic Administrator's Notice
OTICE i hereby given to all creditors and
' others Interested in the estate of Joseph
Dillard, deoeased, hat the undersigned, as Pub
tic Administrator for the county of Pike, did take
posseaaicnf thauastata of aaid deoeased on" the
All persons interested In' said estate are re-
"A . A . ... .
ouested to make jmmeaia-e paymem;: an uose
t . 1 L
w. d. wooo-3 ' ' ' "T' ' ; a. :troutTi,.
wBOLXsailt 'e'iTS aao 'baai-taalw-;-',.;:
COLEMAN, HALMAN & CCS Coach and''
Eliptio Springs, Iron, Nails, Wrought rru-V "
' Rifrts. Spike, Bolt, Va.w . t
Lwagsoo, Rorgtn & CbV Platform JidCn-,:
ter Scales, JVteai .aninpoy ana rain, xouis
TCnob Locks, Latches, Malleable CaaHngs, ate. "
LippeneoU fc Cb's (Warranted) AxeayHalclMt,' .
Shovels Spades, rtcsj, Manoecs,rniu, ur-
cular and X Cut Saws, lto-u t v -
F.tu JKJatFaToe's fsuperiot) Carding Ma-"-;
chines, Machine Cards, Comb Ueaaera, at.--'
Patisrson's (superior), Letter Copyio Prasaee,
Marshal fc iro'r (eeTehraUd Solid Box! Vie,
Mill, Timber and Press ecrew, c axe.
Burks h Barnes1 (superior warraatecT tri thief '
and damp proof ) Salamander oaieav - ' - -
Jlndrt FulunVs (eeJebrated) Churot, taaaa- -5
boat and Tavern Bells.- ' r,:c-fw &o:
r- Dtalra ata rasrmtuIlT 1n ited t exam- i '
ine their stock, which will be sold low Ibr cask;
or approved pspet.' .myt
J T . .
HrtS r.i -
for Pike county. ATTORNEY, AT LAW; Bowiiae-Oaaaa, Mc . s
Office in theCourt House. ' "