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lovely to live on to meet tho vicissitudes of human life. That innocent prattle must be smothered in the tomb earth must fade away forever, and fond hopes be blasted in their budding. But then amidst the anguish of such a bereave ment it is sweet toturn away from the tomb, and contemplate the loved and lost, in radiant Tubes in his fathers kins dom. Administrator's Notice PIHE undersicned having, at the 1 June term 1846 of the Probate Court oC PimwU County, obtained let ters of administration upon the estate of J&TOts SalierwViie deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons indebled to said estate fj come forward nnd mafto fniim-uTate payment, and all persons having claims against the same are required to present them duly au thenticated wilhin the time prescribed by law, or ihey will be forever barred. J A MRS S. SATTER WHITE. June 20, 184G. 10-6'm. The Slate of IVlisisifi Panola County, Circuit Court April Term 1810. Francis Chapmax, by her next friend William C. Peterson. t No. 980. V. ( Bill of Dlmrrfi. John A. Chapman. UPuN opening the Dill of Complaint in this cause andjii appearing to the patisfactionoftheCourt.th.it said de fendant is a non-resident f this State upon motion, It is considered by the court that publication -e made in the Panola Mississippi Lynx, a news paper published in the Town of Panola in this State for the Term of three months, requiring said defendant to appear be fore our next Circuit Court to be held at the Court House of Pano'a county on the 4th Monday after the lib Monday in September next, & plead answer or demur to said bill of complaint, or the same will Lc taken for confessed anJ set for hearing ex parte. Wm. S. KEITH, Clerk. June 20, 1 G IG. 18-3m. NOTICE DRAGOONS. 1 1IIE Ponola Light Dragoons are re- nested to meut in the town of Po nola at 10 o'clock A. M. on the fourth of Julv next, ior the purpose of driling. W. C. Ra .rcrx, O. S. By order of Capl. Watson. Ran h''s Notice. TAKEN UP by Stewart Pipkin liv ing about fifteen miles cast of Ponola, one sorrel mare about three j cars old, with a small star on the forehead; no other brands or n arks perceivable- -Appraised to '35,00. P. B. Jones, Ranger june 1 1' 4G v2n!6tf RANGER'S NOTICE. rpAKKNupby David Duke, living J- two mdes east of Panola, one sor rel Mare with a blaze-face, left hind Up white unto the knee, a small white rf on ihfi riH.t side of the neck about fourteen hands high supposed to he. tn Years old appraised to 500. P. U. JONES, n. r. c. June 13, 1846. J7-tf. To the Gentlemen of I'anola. "IF vnn rlpsire rood c othme and at 1a. j v - r- w excessively low prices, let me con strain vou to give me a call, l can now cloth you from and to both extrem ities. Desirable IIats,ol Utter, Deaver Ashland, Silk & Plush, as well as Caps of oil Silk, and Cloth; IN tght oaps Shirts of every kind, Silk, Cotton, lin en, and Buckskin; Drawers of all kinds, Coals, Pants, & Vests of every discre tion; Socks and elegant Boots and Gai ters; Cravat-; Russian Girdles; Shoul der Braces; Money Belts, and every thing else so multiplied that I have not patienie to enumerate, you can find at H. Wade's on.Madison street, Memphis, nearly opposite the Post Office, and near the Union Bank. H. WADE. April 11,M6. 8-1 f. Rangers Notice. TAKEN up by Thomas Musgrave, living about five" miles North East of Panola, one Sorrel Stud Horse, with a star in his lace, about five years old appraised to $25 P. B. JONES, R. p. c. May 2, 1846. H-tf. . Administrator Notice. Slate of Mississippi I Panola County. ) Rll. Nichols, having at the Janua- ry term 1846, offthe Probate Court of said county, applied for and obtained letters of administration, on the estate of John Waldrupe deceased, hraeby give notice, to all persons in debted to said estate, to come forward and make immediate payment, and all persons having claims againeLthe same, are required to present them duly au thenticated, within the time prescribed fcy law, or thev will be forever barred U. tj. Nichols AdnaV SEE HEREi DDCU ADO Just about the finest I IlllnHl O lut of DRUGS ever brought into N. Mississippi or any o ther country, has just been opened at the S. East corner of the t?ourt House Squire in the town of Panola, where friends enemies and all who wish for any thing in the line of Drugs and Medicices; Paints and Oils; Paint Brushes; Window Glass, and Dye Stuffs, an be accomodated just nlee lie bet ter and cheaper than they could be at Memphis or New Orleans. The subscriber is desirous of making uii c.aj'ci iiuBiii m me saie oi mugs at mis poiui, aim an mat 13 necessary to ' render it successful, is that all those who desire a good and cheap article of of any description usually kept by tbose in his line, should drift this wav and rioat in. He does not believe that a customer who will try him once, will ever be in duced to go any where else for any of the necessaries or superfluities of life, with which his establis hment is so well stocked; for he doe suppose and be lieves most conscientiously, clearly & indubitably that hecan serve a custom er cheaper, better and more to the sat isfaction of all parties than such a thing has beer, done within the recol lection rf the oldest inhabitant. . The period of tho year is approach ing when medicines are usually in de mand for families and plantations, and the subscriber has taken extraordinary pains to purchase such an assortment as will enable him to respond in the af firmative to every reasonable interrog atory of a customer, and he cannot see any earthly reason why the peo ple of Panola and its vicinity should so far forget themselves as to go fifty or five hundred miles for an article which they might get here, and save travel and trouble, and of more impor tance still, get a cheaper and better ar ticle by calling at the DRUG STORE of S. N. PEARSON. May 23, 1846. 14 y ATTENTION MLiriA- Head Quarters,) Gist Regt.M. M. An election will be held at Burlingham on Saturday the 6ih day of June next between the hours prescribed by law, for Captain, first Lieut, and Ensign of beat No. 1, company A. Also on the same day at Marr's Mill for Captain, First Lieut, and Ensign of beat No. 2,'company B, composing the first Battalion of the 61st Regt. of M. M, Also at the Court House in the town of Ponola on the same day, for Captain, First Lieut, and Ensign for beat No. 3 company 6. Also at Hank's Shop on tbe same day for Captain, First Lieut, and Ensign for company D., beat No. 4, composing the 2nd Battalion of the 6 1st Regt. M. M. Justices of the Peace are required by law to hold the election at the several places herein designated and to make their return to the Adgt. Gen. of the State of Mississippi without delay. Officers eleced will report them themselves forthwith to L. Col Comt. Wm II. Williams, cot comt. Wm. Rlney, Major P. S. The Col Comt. indulges the hope that the members composing the Regt, will assemble at the bollot box and select men ot their choice to com mand them, and thereby relieve him of the responsibility of making the ap pointments. SELLING OFF AT COST. INTENDING to change our business the ensuing fall, we now offer a large and very desirable stock of goods AT COST. The entire stock has been purchased for CASH it embraces Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockery, Boots, ' Hats, Shoes, &c, &c It is a rare chance for persons in want of GOODS. fjNo credit will be given in any in- HUNT & CO, May 16th 1846. 13-31 New York Cheap Store. ttqt nnpnurl at the Store formerly J occupied by A. W. Armstrong, a fine JUST assortment ot lancy siapie vi, and Summer Clothing. Also a splen did assortment of fine Gold Lever Watches. Gold Pencil cases, Gold finger rings and Gold Breastpins. All the above articles will be scld at the lowest New York prices.; The Lad.es and Gentlemen of this place ,and its vicinity, are respectfully requested to call and examine for pg Panola May 23nd 1846. 14-3w. Law Notice. MILLER & ESTELLE. CAt.VIN MILLER, WM. M. ESTELLE FANOLA, miss. ELM O.N t, him. H AVING formed a partnerthiD in the prac tice of their profession, will give their on divided attention to all business entrusted to their care in any part of north Mississippi They will practice in the District Chancery Court at Holly Springs, tho Federal court at Pontotoc and and the High Court of Errors and Appeals a; J ackson. Letters addressed to the film, either at Panola or Belmont, will receive prompt attention, marc 23 2tf A List f letters remaining in the Poet Of fice, at Panola, on the first day of April le46. Armstrong A W 2 Allen Henry 3. Alford VV C 2 Brandar EH1 CaldwellJ J 2 Canton H I Deloach C. 1 Evans John 1 Gibson A E Godfrey Allen F 1 Hanks GDI Hunter Thomas O 1 Hightower John 1 Jolly William I Jackson Robert II 1 Killebrew W 1 Allen Mrs. M 1 Boyd A K 1 Buckly C T I Clark David 1 Carter Alford 1 Driver Elifl Daniel A J I Edger Mrs. N Evans Sarah Mies I (lascock Crofford 1 trordan John I Hart Gabriel 2 Hatch T D S I Haskina G B 1 Hmere N 1 Jus-.ice EH I joyner Tjnj. i Kemp John I Clerk Circuit Court 3 Aennedy Joseph T I Kennedy Edmond I Ledbetter B H 1 Myrick Wesley 1 Myrick Charles II I Martin Rob't 1 Oda'ra Soloman I Pitts Aaron I l'just John 1" Roads J C II 1 Rulfin James 1 Pumpkins V i ham 1 Lama Wiley R McGhee Mrs.C 1 JVcKinney James 1 JHcltarie John 1 Nelms SH 1 Perkins Moses R 1 Polland II & Co. 1 ReedEJr2 Robinson J 113 Sheriff Panola County 3 Simmons Mrs E 1 Shy Older I Administrator ofR II Thomas t Tarnley George W 1 TurkinJohnl Tate R Mis 1 White David 1 Haitonlllll Administrator of Rob't Estor WiteonThomas D 1 In the Probate Court or Panola County, State of ftlississippi April Term, I84G. James E. Evans, vs. John Ecans, el al IN this case it appearing to the satis faction of jhe Court that Lorenzo D. tivans, John Estis and Penolppe Estis are non residents of the State of Mis sissippi. It is therefore ordered by the court that unless they, appear at the July Term of this court and an swer the allegations in the petition in the above case, the same shall be taken as confessed against them. It is fur ther ordered by the court that notice be given in the Panola Lynx, a newspaper published in the town of Panola for six ty days. Witness the Hon. John T. M. Bur bridge Judge of said court at the court house of said county the 20th day of April A. D. 1846, and the seal of said affixed. J. C, ARMSTRONG, Cl. . ABSTRACT OF THE BILL. - The petition charges that John Evans died in Nov. 1842, leaving four chil dren besides petitioner; that dee'd. in 18 an instrument purporting to be his last will and testament was admitted to probate on the evidence of one witness, that dee d, lelt a large estate consisting of real and personal property, amount ing to between seven 5c eight thousand dollars, that petitioner had never re ceived but one negro girl fromidec,d. That said instrument is fraudulent & not the will of the dee'd. and that dee'd. was incapable at the lime oi making a will, that he was not of sound and dis posing mind at the timenor for a long time previous, that defendant sought the advantage which infirmity old age and insanity had given them, obtained his signature to an instrument, the con tent of which he was ignorant, and that.del'ts by stratagem attempt to set up the same as his will and thereby at tempt to secure to themselves the pro perty to the exclusive of petitioner, that petitioner had delayed proceeding thus long on account of promises by defend ant that they would divide with peti tioner. Petitioner prayes that defend ant be compelled to appear at Term of said court and answer fully the allegations in said petition and that said instrument and probate, be set aside and that the property decend as at law as incases of intestates," and a general prayer for relief. J. C. ARMSTRONG. CPk. BOOT & SHOE MANVFACTURY1N BELLMONT THE subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens of Panola coun ty, that he has in . his employ, very superior workmen, and materials of the best quality. Persons wishing to have dui able and neat work done, can do so by sending their orders to him. SOLOMON CH1LDERS. May 2, 1846. ll-3wr. Rangers notice. The State of Misssissippi, Tallahatchie County. ) TAKEN up by Wm. Dyer, North East of Charleston, one sorrel mare, about four years old. Her left fore foot white up to the pastor joint, left hind loot & leg, white halfway up to the hock, a small white star to the forehead, about 13 hands high, no brand discoverable. Appraised to $20." Sworn to and sub-1 scribed before me, this 3rd day of Jan unrv. 1846. J. M. Buckhtart Mortimer Orr. JUHJN J. VixfcA 1 J. r. A true copy of cirtificate of appraise ment, Charleston Jan. 8th 1846. . . JOHN KELSO Ranger. Jan. 17'46. 49-6w. Jn the ri'obatc Court of Panola county, Miss. Duncan C Williams ) TS J a men Erwin Adm'r WHEREAS Duncan C.Willi ams has on the 4th day of May 1846 filed his petition in said court wherein he charges that he is security for dlt as administrator of Willis JDoyell dee'd; that said dft is a non resident of this State; that dft has failed to account to the court since letters of administration have been granted; that said dft by pro per process be compelled to appear and make settlement ol said estate; petition er prays lor an order to com pel I said deft to give other security in discharge of petitioner, and tbat on failure there of that his letters of administration be revoked. And whereas it appearing to the satis faction of the court that said dft is not within the jurisdiction of the process of this court, it is ordered by the court that the said dft administrator afore: said appear before this court on the 3d Monday in July next, then and thereto answer said petition and to settleand account either to the court or to give a good and sufficient bond with security for the faithful discharge of his duties in the form and penalty prescribed by the staute in this behalf made and pro vided as this court may direct, and that publication be made sixty days in the Panola Lynx. Winess the Hon. JbhnT. M. Bur bridge'. Judge of said court and the seal thereof affixed this 4th day May 1846. J. C. ARMSTRONG Clerk May 9th 1846. 12 60ds. 'District Chancery Court of the State of Mississippi at Holly Springs April Rules 1816 John Hubbard el al vs. Albert G. Ellis el at UPON opening the matter of the Bill, it anoearinff to the satisfac tion cf the Court, that the heirs of Da vid Boyd decM., defendants thereto. are unknown to the complainants, it is therefore ordered that unless, they ap pear before the Vice Chancellor, at the Court Room in the I own of Holly Springs, on the first Monday in July next, and plead answer or Demur to saia Bill, the several allegations there of, as to them will be taken for confess ed, and 6uch order and decree made therein, as shall seem reasonable and just. And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be inserted in the ''Pano la Lynx" News paper, published in the town ol ranola, once a week lor two months successively. HANNIBAL HARPvIS, Clerk. ABSTRACT OF THE BILL. The Bill charges: that said Boyd purchased lots, ios. iu 11 oc IK, in Block No. 2, in the town of Panola, Pa nola County, with money in his bands belonging to complainants, Hubbard and one William Morgan, since decM. and took title in his own name; that since Boyd's death, said lots have been sold at Sheriff sale, as his property, to satisfy a judgment recovered against him, in his life time, (but which was not revived by scire facias) and pur chased by Defendant Ellis, who there upon took immediate possession, and has enjoyed the rents and proflits ever since; that Complainants, James & Wil liam Morgan, ure the only heirs at law, of said William Morgan deci. Prayer, That the deed from the Sheriff to Ellis, be cancelled and held for naught; that he Ellis, account for rents and profits, that the legal title be conveyed to complainants and for gen crftl relief HANNIBAL HARRIS, Clerk. MILLER & ESTELLE Solicitors for Complainants. April 11, '46, 8-2 m. Administrator's Notice. Stale of Mississippi, i Panola County. LETTERS of Administration hav ing, at the'November term, 1845 of the Probate Court of said county, been granted to the undersigned on the estate of Anderson Nelson decM. No tice is hereby given to all peasons in debted to said estate, to come forward and make immediate payment, and per sons having claims against the same, are required to present them duly au thenticated, within the time precribed by law, or the statute will be plead in bar to the same. ThoV MUSGRAVE. March 14, 1846. 4-6 w. FORBID. 1 FOREWARN all persons from trad ing for a note of the following dis cription; . One note of hand given by me, paya ble to W. C. Maxwell, for the sum of fifty-five dollars and fifty cents, dated the 18th day of April 1846. The above note having been extor ted from me, I do not intend to pay it unless compelled by law. LAVlNlA TIPTAN. April 25th M6. , 10-lw. Administrators Notice. LETTERS of Administration hav ing beon granted the undersigned on the estate of Abr. Allen dee'd, by the Probate Cou rt, of Tallahatchie coun ty Miss, on the Uth Dec. 1845. Notice is hereby given to all prsons indebted to said estate, to make imme diate payment (and save cost) and those having claims against said estate must pi esent them duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred, given, un der my hand and seal. J. G. KENDRICH Adm's. Dec. 20 '45. 46-6w. Final Settlement. The State of Mississippi, J Prob Court, Ppnota County, J Dec'r term 1845. THE undersignd, Collector of the es tate of Richard W.Thomas dee'd has filed his accounts at this term of the court for final setllemen' at the February term 1846 of said court. S. B. Dickens, Collector. Deck20th 45. 46 6 w MT- SYLVAN ACADEMY FOR MALES, Lafayette county Miss. Eleven Miles West of Oxford and Sixty Fire S. E. oj Memphis. lHIS Institution will be opened for -1- Students in a term of five months, about the first of March next. By the liberality of the citizens of this and the neighboring counties, an excelent frame building will be ready, containing abundant rooms for recita tion and other purposes; also dwelling houses for leachers and Boarders: Out-buildings, Play-grounds, Garden, &c. for an extensive and permanent Boarding School. The furniture of the Academy shall be of the most approved forms, com bining health, comfort, and usefulness. An Apparatus for Philosophical and other purposes: a select Library lor the use of pupils; and the most valua ble Maps and Charts that the Eastern cities afford, will renderour advantages second to none. This location is peculiarly desirea- ble for a Boarding School. It was selected by a committee, with an especial view to health, -from a high and salubrious region, where no miasmata Irom stagnant water, or local cause for diseases of any sort can pos sibly be found. The Board of Trustees takes plea ure in announcing that, for the man agement of this Academy, they have procured the services of Professor R. Morris, late of De Soto Academy, so long known to the citizens of North Mississippi , as an untiring servant in the cause of Education. The health of Professor M. being re established, the Trustees feel that they cannot better recommend the advan tages of the Mount Sylvan Academy than to say that he will carry it on with all the skill with which his ex perience and talents promise. v Assistant leachers will be engaged as needed. A Boarding House for applicants will also be ready and will be enlarged as the wants of the school may re quire. Prices of good board will range from 30 to 40 per Session. The Trustees wish it to be understood that they hold the Principal oftheAca demy responsible for the conduct and management of whatever steward he may select to conduct the Boarding House.- This will be a guarantee to those who send their sons to the Acade my that every attention will be paid to their comfort in health and sickness. THE TERMS OF TUITION ARE, For the sciences in which the Ene lish language is used as a medium. $10 00 For other languages, 20 00 There are no extra charges of any sort, save in case of actual damage, and free use of apparatus, Library, &c, will be given to every student. JAMES BROWN, President, JAMES G. TRIGG, Secretary of the Board. December, 1845. Final Settlement . RIOTICE is hereby given that the j undersigned administrator de bonis non of the estate of Samandal Wood d'd has filed his accounts at the March term 1846 of the Probate court of pa nola county M.iss. for final settlement of said estate at the May term following of said court., Jesse 28th 1846. B. Porter Ad'r 22 6w Feb Ranger's notice WAS posted by V. Malone, living bout twelve miles South West of four wn of Ponola, one bay horse mule, righ.years old, has two scars on his iohe hip, and appraised to 25 P. B. JONES, R. P. C. March 28, '46. 6-tf. Administrator's notice. LETTERS of administration on the Estate of John H Page, having been granted the undersigned, by the Probate Court, of Tallahatchie county, Mississippi, on the 1 2th day of January, A. D. 1846. Notice is hereby given, to all persons having claims against said Estate, to present the same duly authenticated, for payment within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred, and those indebted to said estate, are re quested to come forward and make im mediate payment. GEORGE H. PAGE AdmV Jan 17 '46. 49-6 w. Rangers Notice. TAKEN up by Jessee B. Porter, liv ing six miles west of Panola, two steers of the following discription, viz. one red and white; a white facej some white on his breast and belly marked with a crop ofTof the right, and a Crop arid piit off of the left ear, the other red and white speckled, marked with a crop and plitin the left ear, no brands about. Seven years old and appraised o $2250 P. B. JONES R. P. C. Jan. 3 '46 47-3w Blanks far sale here. RANGERS NOTICE. TAKEN up by William Tippit living about ten miles South west of Pa r.ola, and five miles North West of Pharsalia two dark brown Horses sup posed to be match Horses; one ha$ some white hairs on his left shoulder, the other ha? lost his left eye, supposed to be five or six years old, and apprais ed the one to $60 and the other to S65 May 16th 1846 13-tf P. B. Jones, R. P. C. RANGER'S NOTICE. AKEN up by David Little, living seven miles from Panola on the T road to Hernnndo, two Bay Horses, one with a lump on his left ankle, i supposed to be seven years old, the other is six years old appraised each to $36,00. P. B. Jones R. P. C. May 23, 1846. 14 tf. Ranger's Notice. TAKEN UP by Gabriel Couch living about two miles north of Ponola on the on the opposite side of the river, one sorrel horse about five or six years old; has a smail star on his ferehead, and some white hairs about his nose weak eyed no other marks or brands r marks visable. Appraised to $32,50 P. B Jose , R P C. 30th may 16nv2tf Administrator's notice. LETTERS of administration having liPen rrrnntprl ttm t!nf?rsirmp,-? rn Q "- - -Ip'IWV, - the Estate of Elizabeth Allen deceased. by the Honorable Probatbe Court, of Tallahatchie county, Miss., on the 12th day of January, A. D, 1846. Notice is hereby given, to all persons having claims against said Estate, to present them duly authenticated, for payment, wilhin the time prescribed by aw, or tuey wilLbc forever barred, those indebted to said Estate, are re quested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand at Charleston, January 12, 1846. SAMUEL GATTIS Adm'f. Jan.T7 '46. 49-6w. Administratrix' Notice. THE undersigned having qualified as Administratrix de bonis non at the February term 1846 of the Probate court of Panola county Miss.on the es tate of John P. woodrulf dec d, hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment to her or to james C. Armstrong, and all persons having clatms against the same, are required to present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law for payment, or they will be forever barred. Sarah A. Woodruff. Feb 28M6 2-2-6w Adm'trix. CLOTilIiGl THE undersigned has recently re ceived at his Merchant Tailor Shop, in Panola, a fine lot of winter goods, among which are the following cloths, Cassimeers, Casenets, Tweeds, Green, Brown und Blu6p J5npencleifs, Vestings, and a full lot of Trimmings, all of which will be sold very cheap. He also avails himself of this occa sion to inform the public that he is still engaged in the Tailoring business, and hopes his old customers, and the pub lic generally will give him a call, Dec. 13, 1845. F. EMMERY. Admiustrators Notice LETTERS of Administration on the estate of William Quarlcs deceas ed having been granted to the under signed by the Probate Court of. Talla hatchie county Miss., at the November term thereof 1845. Notice is hereby given to all persons indbteted to said estate to come forward and make im mediate payment, and those having claims against said estate are here by notified to present them duly au thenticated within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred. Thos. A Hill. Administrator of Wm Quarles, deed. RNGERS NOTICE. HI A3 posted by James Jolly, living about 18 miles south east of Pa nola, four work Steers, of the follow ing description, 1 white with a black head, marked with a crop and two splits n the left ear; one white, with yellow head, marked with swallow fork in the left and split in the right, biand ed on the left hip with the letter H; one white and steer spotted, marked with a crop off the left and underbit in the right, and the other red, with a white face, marked with a swallowfork in the left and crop off the right. Ap praised to thirty nine dollars and fifty cents, this Panola, December the 20th 1845. P. B. JONES, Ranger. Dec. 20. 46-3t. The Belmont Ferry. THE public are respectfully inform ed that a good Ferry Flat and an efficient Ferryman are in readiness at all times to serve travellers and citi zens at the Belmont Ferry. The rates of Ferriage are much loir er than any other crossing on the river Road wagons loaded lb cts. empty 50 2 horse do. do. 50 do. 30 25 cts. 75 10 " 5 " 1 horse Buggy Sulky &c. 2 do. Carriages &c. Man and horse Footman and loose horse No contract will be made fdr yearly crossing, but for the benefit of citizens wljo cross frequently, the following re gulations will be observed. HALF PRICE. Any person having paid for one cross ing horseback foot carriage or loaded wagon, on any day, shall be previleged to recross the same day free of charge Cash Will bo required in every in stance at the time of crossing. No ac counts kept, or credit given for ferriage whatsoever. KOBT. CLANTON. Dec 27th '45 47-2w.