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TO OOUKTBT ItERCANTS AND SHIP
PERS OF PRODUCE:
Tax undersigned beg leave
to Announce to the public
y A that they have established
themselves permanently in
' -x f.i,i.i.n. DEALERS
IN COUNTRY PRODUCE of every discrip-
tida, and fifcmeers and shippers of Product and
-feooda for town? MercLants. their location
at the wharf affords them every facility for at
tending to the interests of their customers, and is
dear savin? to shippers of the expense of dray
go. to and from the warehouses of the city.
i hey will at all timet give the most libera! mark
ct prion tor Froduoe, and store freight at rea-
onabU charges. They will rive the strictest
personal attention to the shipping of produce for
warded to them, and to receiving and forwarding
or freight lor country merchants.
Having, invested near their whole capital in
their present business, they expect to invite cus
torn by accommodation and advantage to their cus-
UThey wul also keep on hand a all times
i general assortment of GROCERIES at whole
sale am retort.
THOMAS CASH, & CO.
July 23d 1849. ly
.., . Public Administrator's Notice.
TTOTICE is hereby riven that the underslgn--Jl
. ed baa taken in charge the estate of Wil-
J. B. Henderson,
A TTORJfE Y AT LA W
November gth, 1849 . .-
J HE undersigned hat resumed the practice
I of (he Law, and will attend the Circuit
Courts in the counties of Marion, Ralls, Pike,
His residence is aUkwling Green, Pike county,
Mo. , EZRA HUNT. ;
July 2d 1849.
Cheap' for Cash. -
,;HEW ABB1TAI.OP i
FJLL & WIXTER f L0TDI.G.
fTHE ubftcriber has iust returned from St
I filiwitk IqmXi hj1I slof Aft otit rtf,
Drflnv itfnr ni r.TtiTrn ..:.;iilfonteomerv. Lincoln and St Charles, and to
articles of genderaen'a ware, calculated to auit "ch other busii.e.s a shall be entrusted to him,
the gravest farmer and gayest youth. He deems
it unnecessary to enumerate the articles. Call
for what you want, and he will be sure to have
ic. He has also a good supply ot
Dry Uoods, Uroeeries, yueensteare,
to which he solicits the custom of his friends
and dealers generally.
Louisiana, Sept 24th, 1849.
Nk Corner of Main and Morgan streets. Saint
81 -J Tsnivt. Mo. The subscriber would re
spectfully inform his friends and the public, that
he has purchased from Messrs. A. It. B.J. Van
Cmirtthair interest in the above house, and leas
ed it for a term of years, ami pledge himself that
no exertion, on his part, will be wanting to make
all that favor him with a call perfectly at home.
The furniture of the house lias been replenish
ATTORNEV AT LAW, Bowliho-Gbikw.Mo
Will promptly attend to all business entrusted
to hia care.
The First Gun from the; Ike CitUX 1 n 1
THB DRUGGIST OF CHIC AGO THEIR SALJS IN THRfiEMONTIiSv
wVfvr h nnJ wanted. Druggists of Chicago, do hereby certify thai toe foflowfolr It a eorreef Ha3
: meat ttie amount of our sales ot the Preparation known as Drv STORM'S CELEBSAXEO
smTPH COUQH CANDT. Dreoared bv Mr. Hamilton Wade, a Druecist of fit. Loo is. and wa
belwve that It save eatisfactioa to many of oor Customers, who use It as ft remedy i'Diseiesof C
Breast aod Langs : - , f '; Cv H-
, vricaoo. Beptemoer so, iwur.
1356 Packages.' H. RICHIE, M. D. Peekafeaf
.864 ,;. p. SCAMMON, M. ToS 1 .
433 BRINKERHOFF s, PENTOJ? 34 ' '
R.&H.ANDESRON 388 Package -:' iost-HS 5.3
J. H. REED k CO. '
L.M. B0YC2 (Bv Wells)
L, sawyer, m. d.
N. P. Minor,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowtme-GaxEir, Me
Office in theCourt House.
ATTORN Br AT LAIVy
TTENDS regularly the courts of
f Linuain and St. Ckarl..
jj Address Prairieville, Pikeounty, Mo
S. F. Murray,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bowling Green, Mo
ed throughout, and the premises generally sub-. Will promptly attend to any business that may
1 These gentlemen informed the Proprietor that they .cohM kav sold, twieo ;tb ,ftbevBati1iftd
not the close of the canal prevented them from receiving it in time for fhejr business aeasen. . ,T hepo
that my fellow Druggists and Merchants in the Country Trade, wharriot'sflppfifdhhlM:pojj.
lar article, will lose no time to forwarding their orders. : In Diaeasea 0 1 be Breast and.Laai-Syiais
Medicine is not equalled by any similar Compound in the Union, and wherever Introduced, it nieeta
with ready. sale. Though in a very agreeable form, and with the simple appellatioa'oT "Cough
Candy," as a Remedy in the affliction of the Bronchial Organs, it is fully renal to the beat bottled
mixtures of the day. This assertion will not be thought untrue when it ia understood that in its man
uracturetbe sugar is compounded with eight vegetable Medicines, than wnicb, ror toe Breast ftnd
Lungs, nothing better could be prescribed by the most scientific cranium' ot our Medical, Cotyege.
But while I extol the merits of this Sugar Compound, I would say in justice to the Afi!icted,.that ob
servation durine man vear service in the Drue and Chemical Derartinent of the Medical School of
jour Country, has convinced me that when disease ia present, an early call on the Family Pbyrieian
would prevent much suffering, and save many dollars. yearly expended lor. aost.nms.- . , .
' y HAMILTON WADE. Proprietor?
3. H. BAaNARO & BaotHcn; No. 140 Main street, St. Louis, Mo., General Agent. ' Orders dintetod
to them, will receive prompt attention. " . ,-,.-a-
2j For sale by the Merchants or Louisiana. A large supply will be Kept witn toe Messrs. mk
pen, and Cash & Co., which mar be had at wholesale price, or on commission tf 'desired.) tl Wantfta
Ag'nt or Purchaser in every town that is not ret supplied. yi
tii. btuuiiiv anici. I done on in a neat wrapper, with the Scotch Coat of Amu. and the wHusa
signature of Hamilton Wade on it Remember this. . ; -.-j f i
I ieited to a thorough renovating. The location, as be entrusted to his care.
J above indicated, is opposite the most active part or.
any convenient to me mon
iiTacturing prt of the city
liam 8.Appleberry,deceaied; all person. in. oove mnicatea is oppos.
dented to aaldesUta ara required lornake imme-!th r.r' "al'y,
diatepajment, and all per.on. having tlaime i-l" "u.a P"
intVaide.Ute are notified to present them, Tb!.rjtua,,,r' "healthy, the room, airy, and . us-
froperiy authenticated for allowance, wKhin onec"C;o", " ?? venuwunn.
JtaTfrim thia date, and if said daima be not!. The b'u t$Wl?LT '"
H. G. EDWARDS, Pub. adm'r.
f Pike county, and ez-offlcio adm'r. of Wm. S.
AppJeberry, deceased. . -Angaet
27th, 1849. . . . 8w.
. ,. rik Cowtty Court.
.JitAtn ot Uaaovfti
Covitt or Pikb
XTia ordered by the Court that there be levied for
the improvement of roads during the present year
tax equal to ntty per centum on tne state tax ;
hasbeen refitted 81 furnished in a superior style,
bo has on hand (having removed hia stock of
wines, liquors and cigars from the Virginia Ho
tel Bar) and will conlinoe to keep, as he pur
chases from the importer in New York, a sup
ply of the choicest brands of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars, and hopes to receive a share of pa
tronage, proportionate to his endeavors to please.
A. U. rcCKHAM Proprietor.
NOTICE. We take occasion, in addition to
ad that orery Person against whom ft poll tax is the above, to return our thanks to our friends
5S?JB v .din b"TftJIffJihr ISt hy tW0 to Pnblio for A Ptronage so liberally be-
Z7T '.V 7 . V i . 17 r, I stowed on u during our lease or the Missouri
M..a!h'T!ilVd.r, Hotel, and would refpectfull, recommend . eon-
e.MMk..nm4jAiiliw4.inuancofthB patronage under the new man-!
far Ma attention wktlo In actual service as such tgement, as we are assured that there will be
overseer, that it be tha duty of very overseer so deviation from former charges,
wkeee district is not furnished with plow and, nsept-24 A. & B. J. VAN COURT.
eimper,u 4a nis juogment tney do neeeesary,io
boy one or more which ho is authorised to pay for
out of any money belonging to his road district
It sbiH be the furtherduty of every overseer to 00
tifv each hand Of the fmnlement to bo need bv him
at the Smo ke iff eo him notice to work toy read ECLIPfeE STOVE can always be found at No,
aes work all roada in hi. district, at least twice, 19 Maln 5treet, 6t 15,. - ,
JX"Er 9 7 " This Stove has become the mort popular stove
ii, vt. - -j in use, irom tne perfect simplicity or t. eon-
.r '.u' "";;.;.'trucUon, and the certainty with which it per
M,h(mV,irMHi. AMlir for oair forma all its cookinr operations consnmire-.as
ef horses, two dollars for a team of four horses, it does, less than half a cord ol wood per month,
three doBers for a team of six horses or males, and and baking with as much certainty and uniformi-
mm. . a . wn 11 . . . . . . .
wry wsnnr e, ssnor wsgon. n yrwu. t. M a iiaicrr Wen. f his, together with the
wuiMlaMens ;tao payment otineirreao rax , f,ct that there ia no division of the flues, thereby
tii. in' fiulnn tn wnrlr tha mini when ana J
notified to do so by the and that
A TTO KJVE Y AT LAW, Bowling- Grtrn Mo.
Regularly attends the Circuit Courts ot rihe
Ralls, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery j
EALERinDry Goods, Groceries, READY
HAUE CLUTHINU, Froduce &c.
DR. WM. W. WISE,
(Main Street Louisiana Missouri)
Vender ' Dry Goods, Groceries, Dye
Stuffs, Paints. Oils. 4- Varnishes.
TP He also keeps constantly on hand and
for sale a gooi supply of t AMll. X MEUI-
CEVES, warranted genuine. . All ol which
will be sold as low as the Lowest.
37 Please nail and examine goods and
price. (33 ly.)
THE undersigned would respectfullv inform
the public that BOOT'S PATENT
bo hand be allowed pay for a full day's work un
less he meet as early as eight o'clock in the morn
lag; and work unrfl discharged by tho overseer to
the evening t and ordered that a eoey of this order
be published ia tne Banner aod Louisiana Hecora
tor roar weeks. .1
vi-' :".' .' . A true omry,
-i ;- jesf, & F. JtfURRAT, Qerk.
September Sitb, VB&-4n -
i i ,
Tf 1ST of Letters remaining in the Post Office
JLA n Ixttisisne October 1st, I8t9,wbicb if not
taken out fcr threo months, will be sent to the
General Post Office, as dead letters.
tredrga T" Asobura
t. a. A wmnaer
lEfJPe Adams.: w. ,
Aswrf ;R, Bauoua ;
Cbartes BenniDs; ...
John C Beaslry
T. H. Collins . ' ;.
Mian Martha Dumont
Roily Dicks eo
Keary Eoff ..-
Rebecca Grant '; -James
R. Grey" '
RoU. Jones ...
tUastte. kU Jackson ,
Karriet Loot ''
. James McCormick
' Elizabeth McGarr '
XA. S: Morgan (2)
William M. Price
Mary A. Pettihone
William H- Strawbe
John F. Talifario
W C. Vasguee
L &H. Westall
JV RICHRDSON,Pos A tmaster.
ifSTOLEN, from Mr. Schoolfitld'a silversmith
13. sfeeo. m Prairieville. Mo ia old fashioned, srold
Leptne watch ; upon the faee was "Lid ia Laura,"
ftoa the back waa reset with an enamel painting,
faed deai. brokea and defaced, r My anxiety to
S poasess ion of said, watch, i more on account
of its teiag-o mmily meanBU, than of its real
a&aA LwiQ Jtav the abov. nmi if it ia deliv.
IfW i toi t or any reasonable eompentanoa for
wt ttKmssca retanrv torn-' - -j
.'ir.-.i ' 'HENRT WELLS.
.PuUU AJmmutrator's Mtiee.
m. k iereby given .that the under.
iiJ :,! Wuja to clurje the etaUof
tmm wnuT.BKniHi. ,aii Dorsona inaeoi-
a n sua ossu, v required to make immediate
iFrrstati nJ.aM perseas M ring claims against
' -aWfcaro notified pyosp them, preper-
,vvz vm aaa. u sata cuims ns not pre
k (sW4l trS&ia tireart frratMs dte.ttey
nomicai and convement ixwaing Move now in
Also on hand ROOT'S CELEBRATED PRE
MIUM COOKING STOVES, together with
every variety of Cooking and Parlor Stoves,
Tin-ware, Kitchen, Hardware, fcc.&o., all of
which will be aold at very low prices, either at
wholesale or retail.
D" Country Merchants would do well to call
and examine our stock, as we are sati.fied with
small profit. A. & L. NEWBERRY.
EL Louis, Mo., May 7th, '49.-8m.
W. B. WOOD.
s. a. vioLtrr.
WOOD & VIOLETT,
WBOLSSALB AeCTS ASb 0BAI.S IM
PITTS B URGH MANUFACTURES,
Mo. 98 North Main Mreet,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
SOLX ACKMTS FOR
COLEMAN, HALM AN & CO'S Coach snd
Eliptie Springs, Iron, Nails, Wrought Nuts,
niveia, opines, cons, &c,
Livingrton, Rot gen & Co' Platform and Coun
ter bcales, Patient Kaughphy and Paint Mills,
Knob Ivocks, Latches, Malleable Castings, &o.
Livpencoit & Go's (warranted) Axea, Hatchets.
shovels, spades, neks, Mattocks, Mill, Or
eular and X Cut Sawa, &c.
F.tt W.M Faber's (superior) Carding Ma
chines, Machine Cards, Comb Cleaners, &o,
Patter ton's (superior) Letter Copying Presses.
Marshall at Sro's (celebrated Solid Box Vices,
Mill, Timber and Press Screws, kc. &c.
"Burke & Barnes' (superior warranted fire, thief
and damp proof l salamander cafes. -,
Andrew Fulton's (celebrated) Church, Steam
boat and lavern Bells.
SI Dealers are resnectfullr intited to tnm.
ine their stock, which will be aold low for cash,
or approved paper.
bt. Louis ay 1st., 14 ly.
WHOLESALE Sr RETAIL
!fo. SIS fioatliEast corner Morgan ami
auuai itreeta, i. aouis,
(directly opposite the Missouri Hotel,)
CorasjtsimtloBi Alr-Tight Cook Itoves,
Premium Parlort and Heating Stoves,
or tne latest pairona.
JEWETT'S IMPROVED CARV PLOUGH
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
23" Merchants and others will find it totheii
interest to give me a call, as I will sell very low
Bo. 913 corner Morgan a, malm street
S T LO U I S.
July 9th 1849. V W. S. MOORE.
TCHEAP CASH BOOK STOREj
J. HALS ALL.
WHOLESALE and Retail Bookseller and
Stationer, No. 124 Main Street, Saint
Louis, Mo., keeps on hana a splendid assortment
School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books
quills, ink, waters steel fens and
Slates Writing and Wrapping
Papers; Blank Books
in great variety, together with every other ar
clea in hia line or business.
Books bound in the best manner.
Call and examine No.. 124 Main Street .
Louisiana Livery Stable.
NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors and
others interested in the estate of Jasper Shot well,
deceased, that the undersigned has obtained from
the Clerk of the County Court of Pike Co. mo.,
tetters or ' administration on said estate, bearing
date the 18th September, 1849. .
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment t those having
claims against said estate are notified to present
the same, properly authenticated, within one year
from the date or said letters, or they may be pre
eluded from having any benefit of said estate ;
and if not presented within three years, they
will be rorever barred.
ALBERT SHOTWELL, Adm'r.
September 24th, 1849. 3w.
HvTOTICE is hereby given to all persons inte-
iV rested, that at the next November term of
the county court of Lincoln, Co. Mo., (to be be
gun and held on the 2d Monday of said month.)
I will apply for a final settlement of the estate
of Samuel T. Reeds, deceased. -
DAVID STEWART, Ex'r
Itpt. 24th, 1849. 4w.
Boot and Shoe Factory,
nHE Undersigned begs leave to announce to
bis old mends and customers, and the pub
ic generally, that he is again engagtd in his old
Boot and shoe Making
in their mid.t. and solicits from tbem a share of
patronage. He haa now on hand a good variety
work, done in the LATEST STYLES, of the
best materials and by experienced and finished
workmen, who are In his employ constantly man
ufacturing work to order.
THis establishment is on the northern side
of Georgia Street at the sign of the
Mahogany Cohnter h. Miee More.
where he will at all times be pleased to receive
calls and orders lor work.
r LORENZO NEWNAM.
P. S. The attention of gents wanting dress
Coots ol the latest styles and best quality, is par
ticuiany invnea to ins stock on hand a a speci
men. Uqnt rorget the ngn or the Mahoga
ny Counter and Shoe Store.' . L. N.
Louisiana, Aug. btb, Ie49. . y
AT : '. j -: , -
P RAI RI E VI LLE, MO, i
C. JACKSON aBOly
BEG leave to announoe to the citizens': of
Prairieville and vicinity, that they bavo
oDened amongst them a general zarietv'o f wier-
ehandize, suited to their wants; to which tney so
licit their attention and custom Their stock
haa been selected with care, to which they will
continue to make such additions as will ; inf ur
al all times a complete variety of ; 4
Dry Goods; Groceries,
ware, Hats, Caps, u
' "' :&r fir ;;;'-r
AH of Which they will sell as low as can be af
forded in the country.
They will at all times take in exchange for
goods, merchantable produce of tho country, at
liberal prices. JJ- Call and aee tor yourselfe,
Prairieville, Mo., April 80th, 1849. tf. -
FINAL SETTLEMENT. ,
NOTICE is hereby given, that the ondenirned,
administrator of the estate of Martin Bosh.
dee'd.. late of Lincoln county, will apply at the
next Nov. term of the said county court for a final
settlement of his administration- on said estate, when
aod where all persona interested may attend if tney
think proper. v
Troy, Mo. Sept. 20th, 1849.' - ' 4w:?
Final Settlement. ,
NOTICE is hereby given to all persona inte
rested, that at the next November term of tho
county court of Lincoln county, Mo., I will ap
ply for a final settlement of tho estate of James
W. Ranadale, deceased. , T "-
RICHARD WOMACK, Adm'r.
Sept. 10th, 1849. ' dw'-
dividuals and the public generally have been
subjected, for the want of proper conveyances
to and from our citv. the auhscriber has
been encouraged to establish in Louisiana, atjthe Eastern Markets at such rates as will, I be
THE subscriber begs leave to inform the citi
zens of Pike and the surrounding counties
that he haa just opened in the lower room of
- f-f Mvvu. riHKI OK, cel. UVttHHIlHfi UUD 1JI
the LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
- My selections are of tho laUsi stvUs and of the
Avuibsiib wevnio aisaj sissy a? ix;x7u uuivnavcu iu
aI ly' i msr . . a ' l ' ' .. a b ' w m
VOTICE is hereby given that the undersign
ed haa obtained trom the Count v Court of
rue.ivo., teuers oi administration on the estate
of Jonathan Byrd, deceased, dated August 13th,
1849., .. ..
All persons having claims against said estate.
are requested to present them within one year
from the data of said letters; and if not niresented
within three years frojn said date, they wUl for!
ever no preoiuaeo irom tne benents of said es
tate. CLYTUS A. FB1SBIE. Adm'r.
August 20th, 1849. .
fCf TONS wanted imraeaiattly by-Thomas
j If Cash, J r., ti Co.. for which the hirh.st
pnwvra oe l ain in iMll. ' .
ff-Vte are also prepared to hall Hemn for
firaara at khort notice and upon reasonable terms.
v-j:UMAS CASH, Ja.. & CO.
Laolsiaaa, August 6tk 1849.
an immense outlay ot " toil ana treasure" a
Livery Stable, well supplied with Horses, Bug
gies and Hacks. He flatters himself by keep
ing constatly on hand, and well rubbed, hors
es of all gatea and colors, suited both to the
saddle and harness, that be will receive a generous-support
from community. Business men,
and pleasuring men, as well as the travelling
community, can at any time be supplied with
single horses, buggies, or backa, by calling at
my otablea between ueorgia and bouh Caro
It is also his design to run an accommoda
tion hack to all the Bowling-Green courts, and
neighborhood meetings, to which four or five
passengers can be obtained.. 'His prices shall
oo as iow as me igwesi,
. i , i i i i . i
NOTICE is hereby given that tha undersign
ed has obtained from tha Clerk ol tha Pike
County Court, letters of - administrauou on the
estate or Jive YYillhoit, deceased, dated the 3d of
All person having claims against said estate,
are requested to present them within ana year
from the data of said letters; and if not present-'
JAMES COLWELL, V .
. BENJAMIN WILLHOIT, AdBfrf
September 10th, 1849.
lieve, enable me to give satisfaction to the closest
deaiera. ; . , . .
All persons purchasing goods in this market,
are most respectfully invited to call and examine
my stock before purohassing elsewhere, and no
pains shall be spared to please them, both in price
ana quainy oi gooas. 1
' The subscriSet having devoted hia entire at
tention to the retailing or vending of Dry Uoods
for the last twelve years, feels confident he can
give satisfaction, and hopes to merit a portion of I
puouo patronage .
' LE.rYIS KUBEKTSUN.
P. S. Most articles bT merchantable produce
! Tl a 1 " J-
win oe taxen in exenange lor goods.
- llit torn : - i '
, uay, tui, itytv- m. ( , . , ), . r.
R ANA WAY from thr subscri
ber, in Pike Co., Mo-, about the
first or April last, negro boy
.named "TOM," about,16yeax
old. of a yery. lark colors lowi
and chunky madet was dresiad
in brown ianest wore a ieal akin
ckp and stitched shoes when ha left. ' I wQIl
siva jttRA tn an nn m fnr him .pva'at anil ?lit,
!.., f . , . - .1" . ..'- -r. www v. ..v-. ww.,.
itS!? i.- X:?!2J, WV' ory to me at my residence near Ashley in
7" w 'uuoV"? 'mM4 oonnty. if taken in tat eoonty.' and
9)00 if taken out of tne county and delir-
aradtomoai above., , o
01880LIJT109I OF PaVBTfHERsBIP. -
fHE Partnership heretofore existing under tho
- name and style of H. E. Block A Co., baa
this day been dissolved by mutual consent. H. E.
BUck having purchased the eniire ioterest of J. Me
Pike, in tbe concern: will alone be authorised to
use the name of tbe firm in liqnidatioo. . - f-
HYMAN E. BLOCS. ,
The nndersigned having purchased the' eatire
interest in the firm of H. E. Block A Con hereby
notifies all persona indebted to said firm, to nay
their aecounta and notes immediately, otherwise bo
wm or necessity oe compelled to bavo tnesv col
lected by law; and I give this notice that aeoo,
may blame me for the course I may have to pursue
in order to collect said debt. : : ,.- .(
Oct, JO, 1849. HYMAN E. BLOCK.f
TVotice la hereby given that en the first Monday
1 in February next, and at mv office, in tho .
town of Bowling Green, in tho county ef Pike In
tbe State of Missouri, I will proceed, publisly to
tfljusi ana auow aemanaa against me enecla or
Leonard M. Rodgert, assigned to me for the bene-
litors, when and where those haviaa? :
claims against said Rodgere, can present them for
allowance. All those indebted to said Rodges are
requested to make immediate payment, aa Idesif
to settle np bis business without delay.
SMITH S. ALtEN,
Oet. 9, 1849. Assisjaiee of L. M. skodsjera. '
Terms of tbe Banner.
Single copy, per annum, in advance, 4 - fl C8
If not paid within three moctha, , ---:. : 2 1)0
IT not paid within the year, ,f ... , 9,'3 (0
No paper will be discontinued unless the same
be paid for up to the time of discontinusace.'
. . Balu.1 14v4UI... - i.
Twelve lines or less, first insertion., , '. iS
Each additional insertion, 1 -!- ' '- ' ij,
Yearly and Quarterly advertiiettinU at na
sonable rates. ...... -l .vi
JOB WORK of all kinds, done with isatatst
and despatch, cheap for cash. ',' ' " '
Agents for tkeDHnner. .
'A. W. Limb, .
Samuel Smith, ' :.
,Dr, JohnC. WelbbTB,
. : Aaron Hendricks,
'Dr. Nathan Vannoy,
VDr. C P. Walden,
Garrett Minor, o
Increase Adams, , ' j ,
, Thomas Berkley, .
1 TfJ, C.Fagg, ' U '
4 amas n. nrinoni ,
iTk A. Corr4okv sr : ;'
Wat. At KrekJfi
i if .X
' Asnley.14-'!' 1