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gy The Daily Review has the largest
bona fide circulation, of ahtf newspaper
r ublished, in the city of Wilmington.
Mr. BlainG owns $174,000 worth bt
coal property near Pittsburg.
Col Vilas is scattering hisoratorical
shot in Ipws, tbe Republican strong
Dr. Tanner, of ! past prominence as
an expert starver, is living on a ranch
- Mexico.- T ; "
Miss Beach, of Washington, one ol
AUan Arthur's alleged fiances, sailed
for Europe last week.
Mr. McSweeney. of British dungeon
fame, is telling: Chicago audiences
about Mr Blaine's lorgetfuln'&s.
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The Empress ol Germauy sent a
telegram to Sir Moses Montefiore, con
gratulating him on his 100th birthday
Miss Longfellow, one of the daugh
ters of the poet, is to be married to Mr.
Thorpe, the brother of Mrs. Ole Bull.
Butler has thrown up all his New
York State engagements. Can he bo
sick of his canvass? Or is his canvass
sick of him? ! .
Tbe banking firm of Rothschild in
Ijadon employ women exclusively as
coupon counters, and experience shows
that they are far more reliable and in
telligent than male employees.
The magnificent "First Spiritual
Temple," which! the Spiritualists of
Bolton are building in that city, is
slowly nearing completion, It will
have cost about $250,000 when finish
Miss Coghlan, the leading lady of
Wallack's Theatre, in New ;Yerk:t re
ceives $300 a week. She has a man
cook, a coachman, a maid, and a
general 'servant, and her dinners are
; Hl .
Crougb, the wilter of "Kathleen Ma
rourneen," received $25 for the pro
duction, and atterwards became a beg
ging tramp, while his publisher could
hare built a brown stone front out of
its sales, i
General Grant! in writing his auto
biography, says that the things he re
members most vividly are those of his
early life and that tbe Mexican war
seems moro distinct to him than the
late civil war.
Steamers are expected at Buenos
Ares from Genoa with 400 passengers.
They cleared through a blunder of the
Argentine Consul at Genoa, and as on
account of cholera, no vessels from
Genoa are admitted in tbe port of Bue
nos Ayres, trouble is apprehended.
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A dog at Sacramento is dying from
the effects of a $20 gold piece iu his
stomach. From swallowing crackers
tossed to him he acquired the accom.
plishment, of catching coins, holding
them between his teeth a moment, and
returning them to their owners. The
tipsy individual who tossed him the
gold eagle has expressed a desire tc be
present at the autopsy.
A centenary medal has been struck
in honor of Sir Moses Montefiore, the
venerable philanthropist, whose like
ness is faithfully and expressively
shown on the obverse, while the reverse
contains an appropriately worded dedi
cation. Encircling the bust is an in
scription in Hebrew, "Happy is every
one vahif fpflrnth t.h Eternal: who
walketh in His ways. 8th Heshwan,
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Postmaster-General Hatton has inau
gurated one reform that may tend to
check dishonesty in the Postoffice De
partment.: He has made an order that
any clerk who hypothecates his' salary
shall be dismissed. If clerks cannot
get their salaries until they have earned
them the chances are that they will not
get themselves into trouble trying to
raise money to pay the exorbitant - in
terest demanded by the'shylocks. They
cannot borrow without furnishing secu
rity. !- . -, - ,
It is a common mistake-to assume
that Australia is a country destitute oi
large rivers; on Ihe-c&ntrary, it posses
es one of the longest in the world, viz.,
the Darling, which is navigable for 2,
315 miles, placing it third ia rank
among the rivers of the world, estimated
bT their navigable length, and consider
ably above the Nile navigable for 1,
500 miles; the Danube, navigable for
1,700 miles; the Rhine, navigable for
"wmues.and the Thames, navigaoie
x Now is the time to give Smith' Worm
Od. : v lydw
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Ilfirn 9tro t am fonts F r t ?
column gleamed from the Hartford
' Patrick O'Brien, of La Selle. III.,
will be taken to the polls on November
4 in a barouche drawn by four horses,
headed by a brass band, and have an
escort of 100 members of the Young
Men's Democratic Club. Mr. O'Brien
was born in Watertord, Ireland, and is
101 years and 7 months . old. He first
voted the Democratic ticket in 1828 for
"Old Hickory." :, The Republicans can
not intimidate or scare this old veteran.
He has een in loo many battles to be
frightened by the "free trade" howl of
A Sullivan campaign club has been
organized in New York city. It
numbers about four hundred and each
member is named Sullivan. None but
a Sullivan is allowed to ioin. A
beautiful banner was recently oresentedj
tucui uy ana. neuuncKs, wiie oi me
Democratic vice presidential candidate.
They are a stalwart and able body of
men ana wnenever they turn out re,
ceive unlimited cheers along the route
of march. , Daniel McSweeney, Ihe
ex-suspect, was escorted by them to the
hall Friday night, when he spoke
against Jame3 G. Braine. If the
Smiths and O'Briens would form Dem
ocratic clubs throughout the country,'
Grover Cleveland would surely, with
out a shadow of doubt, be our next
The Stalwarts are the latest element
of the opposition to Mr. Blaine that
has appeared on tHe political stage in
New York. In giving their reasons
for declining to support the Republican
nominee they jbalk so like Independents
that the latter will be justified in add
ing their names to the list of 60,000 Re
publicans whose voting for Cleveland
they regard as a sure thing. The Stal
wart reason for not voting for Mr.
Blaine by which they are most influ
enced is the' one Mr. Conkling's 140
Utica admirers do not mention in their
address the fact that it was at Mr.
Blaine's suggestion that Secretary Fol
ger was so badly treated in 1881. -
George Conklin, the lion-tamer, says
he will have nothing to do with cross
eyed animal, nor use any other remedy
for his coughs and colds but. Dr. Bull's
IBDEX TO MEW ADVERTISED ERT3.
C W Yates New Gooda
S II Trimble Auction Notice ;
Will West Green Turtle Soup
J W CosoLET Conoley's Drug- Store
Heinsbergkx Bookseller and Stationer.
Jas W Kixo, Chm'n Attention Democrats
FC Miller Friends end Fellow Citizens
Register now! Delays are dangerous-
Step Ladders, all lengths, at Jacobi's
Depot. - ' - f
We observe quite a fine display of
new Revolvers for very reasonable
prices, at Jacobi's Hardware Depot, t
Tbe celebrated Melville Hat can only
be had at Dyer's; a new line of the lat
est styles are shown there. t
We invite thjQ attention of eur citizens
to the fact that first quality shirts are
being made to order at one dollar at the
Wilmington Shirt Factor?. tf.
The Br. Steamship AslMU which
has been aground for two or three days
at the jetties,"was gotten off this morn
ing and proceeded down the river to
Col. D. K. McRae will speak in front
of the City Hall to-morrpw night, and
we trust that "there will bo a grand
rally to listen to the distinguished-
There was one case of disorderly con
duct before the Mayor this morning
which was settled by the payment of a
fide ot $3. We suppress the name by
We learn that quite a number of
colored men have illegally registered in
the First Ward. This mnst be looked
after, and we hope that vigilant Dem
ocrats will not allow a ballot to be cast
by any ono not legally entitled to vote.
From a letter from our esteemed
correspondent aud subscriber; Mr. N.
Gillican, of Moss Neck, Robeson coun
ty, we learn that the Democrats of that
section are wide-awake and will poll a
full vote for Cleveland on Tuesday
next. Good! Whoop 'em up!!
Colonization ot colored men is re
ported from the First and Fifth Wards
This matter should be attended to at
once, and the Democrats should have a
strong force of good and resolute chal
lengers at tbe polling places in those
wards on the day of election.
' Good materials properly porportioned
which are the essential requisites in
Ready mixed Paints can be best attain
ed by using the N. Y. Enamel Paint
sold at Jacobi's Depot. t
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WILMINGTON. N. C. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31,
The spell of warm, dry and du3ty
weather has at last been broken, and
we predict plenty of rain during the
month of November.
Peuder county will prove true to her
self on Tuesday next and her vote wilj
give a majority, for honest government
and white supremacy.
Quito a number ot our citizeqs went
down lo Masonboro this morning to
partake of the oyster roast at Fowler'f
Point and to listen lo the Democratic
speeches that were made there. ;
Mr. Frank Fales, of Masonboro Sound,
has raised a second crop of water mel
ons this year, which are said to be as
nice, ripe, rich and as well flavored as
any of the first crop. About 25 melons
of the second crop have fully matured,
a very unusual occurence.
Mr. Oakley McNeill, who lives near
Moss Neck, Robeson Co., killed a rattle-snake
a few days since that meas
ured four feet and eight inches in length
and bad 13 rattles. It was one of the
largest ever seen in that section.
The reports concerning sweet pota
toes begin to be quite interesting. The
last of these succullent esculents re"
ported was from Red Banks and it
weighed six pounds and three quarters.
It was raised upon the land of Mr. S.
R, Townsend, of that place. We do
not expect to beat this until we begin
to grabble in our own "tater" patch.
Col. McKae To-morrow Night.
Our citizens will be treated to-morrow
night with a speech from this incisive
and eloquent orator on the political
issues of the day . It being Saturday
night when he' speak?, tbe hour has
been considerately fixed at half past
eight, so that those who are compelled
to do marketing and shopping at the
close of the week may have time to
make their purchases before the speak
ing commences. ' 1
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They Will Happen. :,
Wo made a big. mistake yesterday
it wa3 us, the Commercial Reporter,
and not tbe printer in our report of
the quotations ot spirits turpentine. It
was quoted on the "boards" as "quiet
at 27J cents, per gallon," but we made
it read as "quiet at 28 i cents per gal
lon," We try to be correct in our quo
tationsj and how such an egregious
blnnder should have been made is be
yond our ken. It was our fault, and
not the printer's, and one for whfeh.
with our characteristic cood nature,
we are entirely willing to be forgiven.
Have you registered?
Iortb Carolina Conference.
The annual Conference of the North
Carolina M. E. Church will convene
at the Front Street M. E. Church, in
this city, at 9 a. m., on Wednesday,
the 21th day of November next. Bishop
Linus Parker, of New Orleans, will
piesidei There will be about 300 cler
gymen and lay delegates in attendance,
and the officers ot the Church are now
engaged in seeking homes and accom
modations for those expected. We
presume that there will be no difficulty
in effecting this purpose, for our citi
zens are too well known for their gen
erous hospitality to allow any visitors
to remain uncared for.
Inspecting the Books.
Section 2,677 ot the Code of North
Carolina says: It shall be the duty of
the registrars and judges of election to
attend at the polling place of their
township or precinct with the registra
tion books, on the Saturday proceeding
the election, from the hour of 9 o'clock
a. m., 1 till the hour of 5 o'clock p
m.. when and where the said books
eVtatl ha nnnn tn thn !nnfiff iftfl ftf
the electors of the precinct or town
ship, and any of the said elec
tors shall be allowed to object to the
name of any person appearing on said
books. In case of any such objection
the registrar shall enter upon his books
opposite the name of the person
so objected to the word "challenged
and shall appoint a time and place, on
or before election day, when he, togeth.
er with ; said judges of election shall
hear and decide said objection, giving
due notice to tbe voter so objected to!
Provided, nothing in this section shall
prohibit any elector from challenging
or objecting to the name of any person
registered or offering to register at any
time ether thnn that above , specified.
If any person challenged or objected to
shall be found not' duly qualified the
registrar shall erase his name from the
bOOkS.". ,y .::i'v
Register! Register!! Register!!! : .,'
.-j;-.; j. The Last. ;
The last Democratic speech1 of the
campaign will be at the Market House
next Monday;night. when Major C. M.
Stedman will deliver an address. -That
ill close the campaign, so far as
speech-making is concerned. Voting'
will be the next thing in order and that
will besin on Tuesday morning. Have
you registered? .
Mr. J. W. Taylor has gone to the
exposition. His daughter, Maggie, Miss
Mr. J. H. Currie, who has been to
Raleigh to visit the Exposition, re
turned to the city last night. "
We are glad to learn that Miss
Getie Taylor; who has been quite sick
with fever, has so far recovered as to
be able to be up and about the house.
Hon. George Davis, who has recent
ly visited the State Exposition, is ery
warm in his expression of appro val,and
says that it is a wonderful exhibit of
the resources of our wonderful State,
but that the truth has not yet been told.
Mai. C. M. Stedman was in the city
to-day. He is announced to speak a
Rockingham, Richmond ' Co.. lo
morow. There is to be a mass-meeting
at that place nd a high old Democratic
time generally. Several speakers will
address the mulitude.
Mr. John R. Paddison, Chairman
Democratic Executive Committee of
Pender county, gave us the pleasure
of a vUit this morniog. He ppeaks
cheerringly of the poliitcal outlook in
Pender and say3 that the Democratic
candidate for the lower House of the
Legislature, Mr. John T. : Bland, will
be elected. Well, he ought to be elects
ed. ! Mr. Bruce Williams, of Long
Creek. Pender county, gave us the
pleasure of a visit yesterday. He is
confident of the success of ithe Demo,
cratic ticket in Pender.
The only man who don't get out of
patients in this weather the doctors.
The only patients who get out of doc
tors are those who sue St. Jacobs Oil,
the great pain reliver.
- Col. McRae in'Ilalcitrh
Hon, D. K. McRae.of this city, spoke
in Rateigh on Wednesday night and
the papers jof that; city speak in very
handsome terms o'f his effort on that
occasion. AVe copy from tHe Chronicle :
Last evening Chairman Battle, of the
Democratic State Committee, introduc
ed to a court-houseful of the leading
men of Raleigh (among whom,
too, were a ' number of visitors),
the i distinguished gentleman for
whom 26 years ago he cast his
first ivotc for Governor, Mr. Duncan
K. McRae,' of Wilmington. For more
than two hours and a half Mr. McRae
spoke, reviewing with bjroad scope
first tho history of tariff legislation and
the doctrine as taught by the Democrat
ic party ; and secondly a general re
view of the iniquity of the Republican
The most striking part ot his address
was that wherein he declared the great
mistake ot tbe Democratic party was
the endorsement ot the Wattersonian
tariff plank ot 1880. Neither the Dem
ocratic party nor the Whig party nor
any party in American. Mr. McRae de
clared, ever advocated until 1880 a
doctrine of tariff for revenue only. He
read and explained tho platform of the
Chicago Democratic Convention and
endorsed its utterances on the tariff,
expressing himself in tayor of inciden
Then followed a sweeping review of
Republican mismanagement for the last
18 years.' His review of the reconstruc
tion peiiod in the South is the most
stinging and the most humorous narra
tive, perhaps, in all political history.
But it was the marvellous wit (and
it bubbled up everywhere), tbe striking
antitheses, and the sarcasm of Mr. Mc
Rae that pleased bis. audience most.
What happy hits he made!
"There are honest men in the Repub
lican party," he said. "I'here is, for
instance, my learned friend. Dr. Eu
gene Grissom, who is one of the hond
somestifnot the handsomest man in
North Carolina. Cheers. Whatever
advice he would give on almost any
matter (York or other) it is well to
consider and follow.
Then there are others eh yes, but
I do not now recall their names. But
Col. Lot Humphrey isanother. He is
a Republican f rom bis inordinate pro
pensity to be on tbe opposite side. Once
there was a fellow standing by a lamp
post who asksd a passer-by which was
the opposite side of the street. 'The
tther sidef said he. 'Why, I asked a
fellow over there which was the oppo
site side, and he said this was. How
mm I to know?'"
When be had occasion to allude to
Co!. I. J. Young, he said: "He was a
good soldier. When his commander
had need of a man of nerve and daring,
he instantly sent for Col. Y ung. Isaac
had no white liver, as he has shown no
white politics. Isaac Isaac, the son
of Abraham, wishes tbe internal
revenue abolished. If old father Abra
ham were to take him to the altar to
make sacrifice and say. 'Isaac, my
son. I am commanded to offer thee up.
would Isaac say. Ye, father? Not a
bit! He would answer: 'There is a
calf in the thicket; sacrifice him.,,
Whea hs cane to discuss prohibition,
j Mr. McRae said that on the election
uay iu luaine, me iiiair.es went q the
polls. "Emmons voted. Walker-voted,
and honest .Teems he dodged right up
like a man. Here you have them :
York all whiskey, Russell al! water
not a Tivulet or a lake, or an inlet nor
a sound, hnr n urhn'n noonn ' i Anrf
Blaine, with whiskey on one shoulder
ana water on the other, and
both," ) -vf j-;"-.. ..
; S!orv after storv. eDiirraru
cram, here and there oassases of hiih
eiovuence everywhere tho fluency and
sarcasm lhat, have made Mr-j McRae' a
notable man for;half a century indeed
almost ever since the day when,! a3 a
child, he welcomed LaFayette to Fayr
etteville filled two hours and a half.
Ger brig Express, Voss, cleared to
day for Liverpool with 1,056 bates of
cotton, valued at $46,735,61, shipped by
Messrs. I), R. Murchison & Co. f Ger,
brig Diana t Schnxder, cleared f.r
Amsterdam with 1.100 bales of cotton,
valued at $49,000, shipped by Messrs.
Alex. Sprunt& Son; making a ttal of
exports foreign amounting to $95,735.
61. -: ! ' i :
Rev. Dr. Pritcbard received ar tele
gram from Raleigh last Wednesday
night, stating that his son in
was seriously sick with diph
left on the next train. He has nbt yet
returned, nor has has any hews been
received regarding tho condition pf his
The next dmertainment at tho Onora
House will boon the 7th and f th of
November next, ; at which timel Miss
Lill ian Olcutt will appear.
Mr. Jerry Hewlett, at his fishing
grounds at Masonboro, to day landed
1,104 bunches ot mulettes of (fourfto the
Green Turtle Soup
Jp.OJt LUNCH TO-MORROW,
I AT TIIE GHM",
; 26 N. FROT STBEET,
Oct 31 "i WILL WEST
SETU W. XAVIS, Auctioneer
BY S. II. TRIMBLE J
J WILL CONTINUE TIIE SALE OB) Cloth
ing, Hats. Caps, Shoes, &c, store No. 7; Mar
ket St., J. Fernberger's old stand, commencing
at7oclock. j ' oct 31 it
Conoley's Drug Store.
IOOK OUT FOR;COU9II3, COLDS, Sore
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Throat and Croup.s Conolcy'5 Cough Syrup
will cure them; Conoley's Cologne always on
hand, also J- W. CON OLE If.
P. None but the beet Drugs used by
oct 31 CON OLE Y.
Book-Seller and Stationer,
PIAN03 AND ORCJANS, FANCT GOODS,
. WEDDING PRESENTS.
GUITARS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEON3, BAN
JOS, STRINGS, Ac. ' , '
oct 31 .
Attention! Democrats !
Ti ' ! -
jyjAJ. C. M. STEDMAN, our fellowtowns
man, and Democratic candidate for Lleutcn
ant Governor, will address the pec pie of Wil
mlngton MONDAY NIGHT, at 7 JO o'clock, in
the New Market House. All of the Democrat-
1c Clubs and the citizens generally are cordial-
i ' i " ..
!y Inylted to hear hlai.
J. W. KING, Chairman,
oct 31 Dcni. County Ex. Committee
i i . -rl .A
forewarned not to trust or harbor t23K.
any of. the crew of the RnesLan 4"?
btlg OTTO, as neither the Master 'i - "'7 -
or consigneea will be responsible :
- J. G RAN IT. Master :
oct 23 3t IIEIDK it CO., Consignees
Register ! Register !
ND VOTE FOR CLEVELAND 1& I1EN-
UKlCICS and CAt HORSE'S n'ZTftiQ !.
srriTeti. Gowt Old Clcmmer Whiskey, vaol
Ker, Ac OLD NORTH STATE ALooN.
oct 30 j C So. Front Street
FRESH GOODS BY STEAMERS AXt A.
C. L!ne, now arrtrlng : 500 bushels Va.
Meal, loo bbls Fancy Apples. 60 boxes assort
ed Cakes, 50 bbU N. x. Cabbage, 50 boxes
Canned Goods, 500 lbs Creamery Uutter, 1,000
lbs. S. C Ueau, JrUh Potatoes, Turnips,
Flaur, Mill Feed, Lard, Bacon, and Northern
Sausage, at bottom prices. i
E. G. BLAIR,
oct 27 , So.13 NorthSccCBdot.
T SENDING YOUR LIGHT COLORED
sooda to MONACITS Steam Dye Works, 16H
recoad st.. and halrg them made darker for
Fall and Winter wear ycra'U save the expense
ol buy tcz a new rait cr dress. Complete axd
fresh lot dye staff jest received, -sept
15 - ,:
Hi Win be gUd. to recsrre 'ceausQaicatlc:
froa np fritsds oa try vaal all JsnVi
The nxseot the writer must aiw&yt be
plahed toiheEiitoT. 1'
iCoxamczdcaijonsmust be wrlttsa ea ca
oaeeldeof the peperj
rersosantles mnst be aroldsd.;
And U U especially and ptxUculaxly txt
tood that theJEdltor docs net arsravs tndci r
OUR HOLIDAY GOODS
arocn the road comicg lo, and we Lave Let
II .tie space t spate, and & re bound to make
room for them, eo as to. make them xnve, and
give the ladles a. chince to buy CHEAP
TAY LOU'S BAZAAR.
A FIN?? INE of f lannelj for ladles, mUscs
and children; Eld Glorcs, Jersey Gloves, Vel
vets, Vclrelecna, Plushes. Fllks, Satins, Eib-
bons. Laces, Ctrscs, Hosiery and Underwear
at prices to suit cyery one. Call and sco.
118 Market St.
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Great Prejudice to Onions
JJAS EXISTED AMONG AMERICANS
since the remarkable courtship of Miles Stand
Ish. Since that time meu hae boen doing
their own courting, and have been debarred
ths.piivllege of partak
ng of this fragrant veg-
etabla We Jiave sqlved the prchlem by selling
the VALENCIA ONION, which leaves neither
smell nor taste, and jean be relished by all.
They arc worth 5 cents per."pound, and weigh,
from ono to three pounds.
- The Unexpected Rush for tho
Creamery Buttered Flour!
ran our supply short liet week, but we will
have It by Wednesday's steamer. It la a mar
vel in its way. Every one should try It. Ec-
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member it is prepared by Mr. Joe Strange,
who was a former Wllmlngtonlanacd wo
know It is pure.
P. L. BRIDQERS & 00.'
HO North Front 8 1.
JgY THE LAWS OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Section 2709, ItIa made! lodlctablo to Illegally
register or vote, punishment being IMPRIS
ONMENT FOR TWELVE MONTHS and A
FINE OF $500. Therefore, for Information
sufficient to convict any person violating said
Section, the undersigned will pay a reward of
$25 upon the conviction of the effendcr.
- - ! ' JAS. W. KIKG,
Qt 21 tf Chm'n Pern. Ex. Committee -
Stores for Rent.
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ITT-A REHOUSE AND OFFICES
J f ahove now ocuplod by Messrs .
11. Johnson & Co. i
Store and offlcea above now occu
pied by A. Dumelandt.!
Both on North Water et.; between
and Chestnut. Anplv to
aug U Star copy 3t j DeROSSET A CO.
Brass Firo Dogs,
Shovels and Tongs.
AN I VERY CHEAP.
GILES & MURCULSON,
33 and 40 Murchison Block
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE,-Tte nn
derelgned having quallSedaa Administra
tor of tbe estate of the late Roberts. RadclllTe.
of New Hanover County, hereby notifies all
persons having claims azainst tho same to
present them on r berore tite 10th day of Oc
tober, 1885, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of them. Those who aro ldebted tottc
same will please make Immediate pa rm en t. -
oct 10 law Cw fri
ADISTRATOR'3 NOTICE -Havlr-qua.lflcd
as Administratrix upon the "
Uie of the lata Mary P, Pickett, notice U here
by slven to all verBons having cUfm.ni..(
Jk aniC-10 preecnt them to me on or I fore
yewuer, jcoj, or iru notice will be
pleaded In bar of a recovery. Those lndebtct
to the same will please make Immediate par
.cH1' 8' J BER, Acmx.
October 17, 1&4 , j Ci
HAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRA.
tor of the4tateof AnaGleason, deces
ed. notice Is hereby girea to all pertoaa ic
debletl to the said estate to mak payment at
once, and all fiersoca baring claims aralnst
aaiil esute will cresent them for parxaf at to
the undersigned, on or before tho 2Jth iiiv of
ccjjicuur, , u. imj, c-r UUS IiOlMO will LO
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