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JArKimsriM.F, Nov. 21, 1863.
LV. I'diloii On the 30tlt, a purly of
n, escorted liy old George nnd come ilw.cn
of his men, wlio Imd been prowling round
I nmp n duy or two, selling purses., buck
skins nnd such otlicr ufrts of Indian com
merce in tlicy Imd to dispose of, started
fnr I he lake. Our route Iny over n line,
fertile country, lmv n Fort Crock. On nnr
left a hn.allle ridgo (if porno few hundred
feet clevntion run pnrnllel with our trull.
About four mlli trnu-l brought us to a
liriilfrc of Hither primitive construction a
relic of the "Pathfinders." It win made
by felling n large tree ucrnjs the crctk.ood
flattening tint top, which, withal, mule a
very Rood hridro for animal. After lt-av-In?
the bridge somo two mill, we enmc to
the crooks of Port Creek. Here the cretk
seem to be badly licwildtrcd, judging from
the Intricate windings or Its course. In a
dl.tnnce or lm!f it ml'c lis ehniit.ilisso
crooked nnd ulndlns tlmt the water runs
five or i.x times tlmt distuner; sometime
riinnlnir around four or five hundred jnrds
and rfturiiltifr within n few fiet of the
otnc pluro. Al one pliiw I nut let d tlmt
tlic ihunnel. lifter winding near n unrler of
a mile, ennic luck within six fvvt of the
fume place, und win eotuicctid by a nurrow
channel; und so level was tho country, that
from tlic mail, it distance of fifty yards I
could not dn-cou-r nny current passing
t lirouli It. .'lift below the crnoki the
troll from Klamath marsh Inrms u junc
tion with the cretk. The Indium nt this
place liml several hundred lbs of AVutcr
Lilly sml piled up. uwnillnglhc utrivnl uf
their cannoc to transport It to tholr quar
tcrs on the lake. From the hut named
place, our mud lay uluug the left margin
of nn extensive marsh, dotted here uiul
therewith Islands of dry laud, on which
occailonul band or Indian horses were lux
uriating, Imlf Idd In tlie tall grass, Almut
noon we nrrhi-d at I.a Lake's camp. It it
situated in at the upper end of the hike, in
n burren, duty and Mgy region. This
camp closely resembled those of the make
Indian, the houses being made of burl;,
skint, blankets, nnd. Indeed, unythinc tlmt
will shut out the direct rnys ol the sua.
One house I noticed cmbelithed with n
largo sign painteil on cunvass, Hotel k
Ilcstaurunt." Supposing it. however, to
Ixi n trophy of some jK-tty larceny nod
tint on invitation to dinner, no did not call,
nllhn' our appetites felt some sharpened nt
the sight, notwithstanding it win wrong
ftilc up. Our urrlvul Imd u s Imllar t Ifcct
on this ranch that a wnlkiug enna would
have Imd. poked Into nn ant-hill. Old
men, women und children cumc peering out
of every home, until one would have
thought that the very sage brink was turn
ing to non-combatunt imWw. And
whst n sight ! Old men with hut the
ghost of n blanket to hide their nakedness.
Children clad in nltnot every conceivable
style, front nudity to moru than a comfort
nhle abundance. Kvery garment, suve
1hnt wlileh graced the back of sitWi roy
nlty Itself, Imd, doulitless, been debarred
ihe luxury of soap und water from tlic
t'nm they had been stolen. About mid
way the villuce stood n pole, some twenty
fit In length, tnpeiing ton point at the
lop. It was painted with nllernato rings
of red and white, tho white however was
the natural cntor of tho wood. These
stripes were variegated by bicroglypblcul
-lota nnd marks of a peculiar style. On
inquiring of La Luke the object of this
singular monument, he told mo it was tire
medicine man's pole. All inquiries of him
t9 to its ute were of uo uvnil; he, however
pointed out the mao of medical science, a
tall, well-made Itomlrc of some thirty
"snows," dressed in red drawers fitting
tightly to the skin, mysteriously friuged
lown tho outside of the legs. His cap
was of peculiar "cut,"' having a broad,
leathern brim, evidently made out of on
old boot leg, with a crown of blue blanket,
profusedly plumed with cabalistic feathers.
Keii tho variegated patches on his coat
teemed to assume n nif Ileal arrangement.
Hoping soon to be uble to slurtle tho
world by a discovery ol the true mysteries
cf the undent CaVahi, as hauded down
through the 6oges uf the Digger nation, I
approached this man of medicine with terv-
ouj nn.iety, and with (ill tho respect and
humility due his dignity, far the purpose
of quizzing him. Hut ufter nil my lauda
ble iflbrts, I must confess Iudiau Wgtm
still remain n mystery to me, ami ns a
con-cquenre n lots to mankind.
Our attention wns next attracted to n
weiplng squaw who fat on the ground
some little illtnnce from Ln Luke's palace,
with her face buried between hir hands.
My pity being nroued. I made some in
quiries as to the rourcc of her grief. I
was told that her sister hod been so unfor
tunate ns to be bought by a very bad "In
gun," who that morning hod taken it in
hand, by wny of warning for the future, to
give said sister a gentle chnttlement in tlic
slmpeofa few loving kicks and thumps, pro
ducing n bloody tiose and two black ryes,
and tliis squaw wus mourning her sitter's
fate. 1 mention this incidtnt to show that
even nmong thisc dcgrwhil beings some
may be found with u remaining tpork of
humanity within their brenst, to distin
guish them from hrulesi. The tdicddiug or
n single ttar of sorrow, for n sister, is n dis
tinctive mark between man and brute.
I-Cnvlng m Iike' camp, ulid fiillowins
around the take in uKiiithwiMerlyditictioti.
we paMil several othtr Indian camp.
Mieli presided over by some petty suit chief,
wlm clnlmtil Li Luke ns Ids head, 'I'he
principal feature ol tlcse campc, like thut
of Li LikeV, wire the great number of
nuked children that came swutming liom
llic tents, some rimnlrg fur the brush,
some jumping nnd liullooing us if in a
frenryof ixcilemenl. Aftrr traveling up
tlic luke some three miles, we tumid to the
east, over n ridge, towards Klamath river,
which connect tho upper marsh with the
lake. Here the timber (u specks of pine)
began to assume a low, scrubby iipwarancr.
The alkali, sage nnd pnve wood, witii nn
ocenlomil scrubby juniper, which we
fnund In lids countiy. strongly reminded
one of Ids days of t mlgrulion on the plains.
The coarse, still' grnss, or wild rye, nod ihe
light, ashy toll, urc identical with tlmt
along tlie sterile regions of the Snake tivir.
Klamath rhcr is not quilu so wide at
Uoguc Illver, und where we first struck It,
runs with u very sh'ggh-h current, having
only six feet fall in u mile. Following up
Ihe river, the country us.umrs the pur
once of n mineral region. We found some
Hand nnd bine washed boulders, but were
only able to Cod one viiy unull piece of
quartz. We ulo found some lulicatlonx
of iron. Tho wuler in tlie river Is of n
bollle-grccn color, und of n very bjJ taste.
so much so that some uvtuully priferred
whUky to this water. Fortunately, in this
care, a small flask containing some of that
artlclo was discovered securely stoned
away in tlie offside of n pair of cantenus,
which uccidantly necompaniid tho parly.
As I shall have to make "two bites ol
a cherry" with my remaining notes, I will
remuiu on Klamath rlier outll my next,
lest I should lmc only the stone of the
cherry lclt lor the lt. X.
Defensive and Offensive Wnr.
The life of Government is like that of
man. The latter has u right to kill iu
csMj of natural ihTeie ; tin: former havo n
right to wage war fur tbulr own preserva
tion. In the ciise of natural defense I have
a right to kill, because my life is, In re.
spect to me, what tlie life of my antagonist
is to him. In tho fame inuuuer, a Slate
wagis war because its preservation la like
tlmt of uny other being.
Willi individuals tlie right of natural
defmse does not imply a necessity of at
tacking. Instead of attacking they need
only have recourse to proper tribunals.
They cannot therefore exercise this right of
defense but iu suddi n cuses, when imme
diate death would be the consequence ol
waiting for the assistance of the law. Hut
with States the right of natural defense
carries along with it sometimes the neces
sity of attacking j ns, for instance, when
one nation sees that a continuance of peace
will enable another to destroy her, and
that to attack that nation instantly is tho
only way to prevent her own destruction.
From tlicnca it follows that smaller na
tions have oftener a right to declare war
than great ones, for they are oftener in the
case of being afraid of destruction.
The right therefore of wur is derived
from necesiihj and tlrut juttice. If those
who direct the coocienee or councils of
princes do not abide by the maxim, the
consequence la dreadful ; when they pro
ceed on arditrary principles of glory, eoo-
veniency, nnd utility, torrents of blood
must ovewprcad Ihe earth,
liut shove all, let them not plead such
aa idle pretext as the glory of the prince.
His glory is nothing but vide; it is a,
paslon, and not n leglllmnte right. It Is
true the fame of his power might lncrcnc
the strength of tlie govimmcnt; but ilj
might be eqnnlly Increased by the rcputa- J
tlon of his justice.
v. !. .1-i.t f o, ,v,m. it..
.,". , ., , .
conquest; which Is oficntimc tho natural
consequence of that right, nnd ought there
fore to follow its spirit.
The right the conqueror has over n con
quered people is tlnctltil by four sorts of
laws : the law of nature, which makes ev
erything ttnd to the preservation ol the
species ; the law of natural nason, width
tenches us to do to others what we would
have done to ourselves : the inw tint forms
political societies, whoso duration is not
limited ; and in fine, the Inw that is do-
riu-d from the nature of the thing itself.
Conquest Is an acquisition, and carries
with it the spirit ol preseivatiou nnd use,
not of destruction.
The Inhabitant of a conquered country
nre trootitl by the conqueror in one of the
four following wnjs : Killicr lie continues
to rule litem according to their own Inns,
und iiKUtmit to himself only the cxctcie of
tlie political und civil govermiH it ; or lie
given iIimii new pohiie.it nnd civil govern
ment ; or he destroys and dispirits the so
ciety; or, In flue, he txurmliiales the peo
ple. There is no such thing as n 7gf of
reducing eople to slavery, but when It
become inceury for the pren'rvulloti of
the conquest. Preservation, und not servi
tude, is the end ofootupiest; though servi
tude nviy happen sometimes to be n neces
sary mentis of preservation. Kveu In that
cisc It Is contrary to the uituru of things
that Ihe slavery should Iw perpetual.
Monlfqwcu'i Spirit cf Jv,
The Raleigh (N. 0 ) Stawlir'. which
hn hern for some months pitching into
Ihe Administration of Jiff DavU in the
moft magnificent manner, says In record to
the copierhead defeat in Ohio :
" The Inst ray of hopo of the South
from the North hos departed. Tlie
Southern jK-oplo stand utnne, with lie
world ngnlnst them, and they hid betlrr
mike peace with Providence or the North
Thanksgiving ami I'rnjer.
The year Hint I" drawing Inward lt cln
ha been lllhd with the blesstu:; of fruitful
fi his nnd healthful skte; to ihesr bounties,
which are mi constantly enjojed tlmt .vo are
prone to forget tho sonreo from whence
they come, other have Im en add-M which
nre of so extraordinary n nature that lli"y
cannot fall lo penetrate and soften even the
heart that I l.nliltuully In'enrilile to Hie ever
uulihfnl I'rov hh'iiee of Almlghly Oml. In
tlie mhl't of n civil war of iinqiiallllil mig
nllud" and severity, which has sometimes
seoined to Invite nnd prnvokn thn nirgn
shm of forego Slale. peace has hren iro -
sirred wltli nil nations nnb-r ha Ihvii
mnlntnlned. tho laws havo In-en rerled j
nail iim'ei, nun iiiiniiony lias prevuiiiii
I erj w In ro except In the theatre of luUita-
rv eontiot, wiitio tlmt inealro lias Wn con
trnetl bv the advancluz nnnli-n nnd navies
of Ihe Union. Thu netdfiil diversion of
weultli and strength from tlis lipids of In
dustry to Ihenntlonulilvrenee.liasnotarrust
ed the plow. IIih rliullle or tho ship: llin nx
lia euurgiil tlie ixjnler or ourMIP ments,
nml tbu mines (M well of Iron mid coal us
tliu nrcelnun inetnlnV. Iiiit-n xliliVil irin
more atniiidanlly limn heri-tofoie, I'lipuhv - l
lino hasfttMiilIlv IiicicqmiI. uotulllistuinllnvl
tlio waste tlmt lias Ixen nmilo III Hie camp,
the siege iwi'l tlie i.ittle-llehl. nnd llin coun
:. . . .! . - -. - .
try Is rt talcing In consciousness of uutru
mentid stirngili nnd vluor Is permitted to
M-ra hi uijum-
i permitted to
rxci n eoniHiunuee ui rears.
It lmlhseiiued to mu fit an-1 proper.th.il
they should lw solnmnlr and rerip-nlially
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should in foimnv and rerip-nlially
itiii) .. i.t ,vn.i. .-.(jir.,. (ti nun ,inn
heart mid ouo voice, by Ihe whole American
I do therefore Invite mj fellow- cHtxcns In
every part of the Uultnl r-iates, nlro thotc
who are at sea, aod Iboso who are sojourn
ing In foreign lands, to set npxit nml ob
serve the hit ThunJay in KmiuJtr its t, as
n day of thanksgiving and prayer to our
bcnlflcent I'atliir who dwtlletli In I'ao henv.
ens; m.d I recommend to them, vjillu offer
ing up the ascriptions justly di'u to him for
such slncrular dellvcrencea and UiM'Inc.
they do alio, with huiahhi penitence for our
national perverteneM nnd dlsobedlenc, com
mend to Ills tender caro nil loom who hare
liccoino widows and orphans, or sntli icrii, In
(he) lamentable strifo Iu which we are uua
voldably engaged, nnd Jervently Implore
the Interposition of tho Almighty hand to
heal the wounds of the nation, nd to res
tore It, ns soon as may bo cowJsient with
the Dlvliio purposes, to tho full enjoyment
of peace, harmony, tranquility and union,
In tcalmony whereof I hereunto set my
hand nnd caused the seal of thu United
btates to be otllsetl,
Done at the City of Washington this
day of October. Iu the vi-ar of one I,i
1-SCJ, ana of the liideneildeuco of tliu L'ultiel
Stales Ih4 88th.
Uy tho President, A. Lincoln'. ,
Wa. II, Smvaiiu, Sect'y of State, J
increase or fi.sxloin, No liuinin coiincl,,,.n.Un. invito our fiand und the public
hiiih dcTls!. nor hath mivr moral hand,0 cull ur ut theui. Wo have reduced
zoC s sTif b-i .iirirfrfr
who while dealing with us In anger lor our i f"""'1'1 "f. ",r " V fair I iv
sins, has nevertheless rememljered merer 1" " rnh,mK the best orlick.il nt legit
Jacksonville Prices Currout.
itcpor,i for the Mmtinf t-corrcricii
JjrkoNtiJ.K, Saturday, Nov. 21, 18(1.1.
Klour, In or. sacks, per 100.. $J BO
nfi - orn meal, per iuu jj ao n
I Wheat, per bii'hel
Hurley, ilu nun
Onts, do Ill a
Chicken, per dox $3 (ill n
Hay, do ton 15 00 n
U.icim, sides, clear, per lb.
do hog round
Ilecf, nett, per lb., ixlitll.,
I'ork do do
I.anl leaf, In tin
Ilntti r, Irerh, per Ih
Checc, pi r lb.
!;!-" 'fvsli. per doz..
onni ilu do
(Jrifii apples, do
I Irleil Apples ....
Dried eiiahes, do
Cullee.do tlrru ...
Cni'litil sugar do
llrmvu ugar, do.
Candles, do , , ,
PONT Ml In 4nrK Ml!. VMNHM)n'. mWTlt-
imi fvitri' rrrtni.i)i:i:.s TinrrittMi.
TliU tutiMl-lo rtrtrll ix li iIik prfvrliMk.fi nf mi
i-f llip l-nt friiwli. i l.y.Wim Mut iinrx-t III lli fill
IM tm, nit.1 lew ln U"l fr Ihltljr )ir xllli
tievrr filling Mf.ljr nii-l im .y Inlllkm if lw III
M' nil rlill-loH, fruui tlie ftrMa liifiilt of mm rk
II iwl Hl rrlSrTMllipilllfnm J.'n, Lilt Itnlr-r-nlr.llir
.Ijmirli nl lmit, mrrvrK nc-Hllj, mil
lriiMtmeii!i-litic t.i lln !! 1iii It hill
ulni'vl lntHllr rrlWit
(Impish ix ihi IUwulk, ah WiNiilVue.
W If Itv II llw ll.l airl Hurr.l ItMiml In llin
VV.mII, In nil r if llttlKNTKUV nn.l DI.Ml
KIKia ISl'llll.liltKV, vUllMrt-IUrlMro.nilH-ll.-lrnr
ft-Hi nn) ultivr rniM.
Villi iIIiihII-41' f-f ll-hirf Hill AiTi.lillir iwrli Uitttr.
Sihih lirnuliie iiitlrM lh 0-.iiill of I t IITI.") A
I'JIIIKI VH, ,rw York l mi Iibuh.I.U vrgr.
h 4-1 l.y Ml .MwIMim ISMt.ri; I'iIikIiI llHUf,4
li? riu. i Niw .
rnuiuut iJCfT m IMtir
4lflml IIS Kruiit l., Kjm ln.n. l-.i,
By iTosoph Wottcror.
" 0, lager, siuet Urger, Inistln' lager l'cr,
Now ft praises wu'll tlug us the tniititr
i:iu pheif uud t-ln I.ager llrcr !''
nlir. proprietor niinouuors that tho ar
J. rangimeulsiif hUllrewtry nro so exten
sive mid compute that he can defy nil com
petition In riiiuthcrn Oregon In making an
A No. 1 urticloof Lager IWir.
The lure" cellars ot thu establishment nre
nluu)stovlid with kegs of lager nmplulur
thu largest vvholesnlo or ntail demand.
Call at Ihe huloou, on Hie iuiiht end of
1 Oregon treet, test Hih Ii r, and leiv jo ir
ordeis. Jftrksuiivllle, Out 21, Nii;t.
tiii: vj:kv iji:st i,k "ms
('a lai rvdul-l; tulJ nt
ONE-KIT A GLAsSsS,
Of wliKlijouftn ! mIIi(1iI If
tMlug al Ilia
i TTTH keep constantly nn h
V of Wines, L'lium
mini the lust
iv nml C;ig
ill"" WW for JHG3,
rtt II at II i
A.M, ami 10 '. Al.
let in uLundaiuf,
It. k MYHIIS ,t CO.
M-kKf.Tlllf, July -ii, )va. atlillf
70ZM3Z maW THJJCBHt.rsH.,
M.H. MOItltLS AND W'M.NANCIvK,
ICohyvlllr, Jo.rjililno i'ouiily-, ()(o,
SBSIIK I'MiHIWIO.SS-l) HA VIM) 1'LIIPIIABKI)
JL II, anllrr (nlure.l of M II )IOItlllil,aii,uU
mw iiiiflia.t i .iii.i.iai ,t.iai.itr., i-i mu miiu t'l
NtsritKA holt, wall m-t rti,ttiftis Inf.m
tli t Uncus of Kwl'j illla aii'l rUlnltr Dial Ih.ylav.
" hKM) tl.L Ii IIOI.T," J Ihk Luilh... ilia UlU
mrK-l Ilia ihj nriua Inla mw, iialr tuv ittiua is
It K4 1 I' XISU inillll '' MtltllII- fit SllSf ISMS VIS
Wa iuli mn( rrann-lfullr iiiu-.l 1 1,, ritli.u
or lirruviilla al iltfuli tu flia tu a call Uli final net tie itlvnt ol taid wtalo wllh tho said
... I eanuMiuit tl.mhtm. Ailmlnlstrati r.
h s , M , At. tU daii la Ih. 1j-'- ! AX$tlun. J. 0. TOf,MAN. Coun
X Joil."wi, : " ty.li.dgo. W.M HOFKilAN. Ulerk.
KrrbTm, Jima at, ISM,
,VMILY OHOCKUIKS at
UltADHUUY k WADK'S,
I. (). O. F. JaMinniivilliv Loilao
v iio. iuiniiii.il. rrsiiinr nirr
JfLtjX "i-jO" 1 NilunUy i-rmrli liitrnrfilntf
VlCT'' Hrrk.nl IhrMaoiilellsU, V
Sn'rkrk r. X, llnllirn In pl tistlni(are hullit
loMltru-l VVI, ll.VV, . II.
Sius J Pit, II Ssr'r.
Trii.lrv-. J,. M fiilliit, llrnrjf lifiillnRrr iul
Warron Lodgo No, 10, A. F. & A. M.
A HOM) their regnlnr cominnnl-
yjrcntlons tho Wednesday Kvcnliigsoii
Ns'Nor preceding tho full moon, In jack-
H. lli.onvi. .xVe'v.
oiiKCiON en aptj:u NO. -I,
noYAn AUCir MASONS,
Will hold llsregiihircommunlcntion on tho
l'lr( Siitniiln)- Kir.orlCvcry.Sliiiilli.
All sojourning Companions lit uoixl
stsudlng arc cordially Invltiil in attend.
(i. w.ouKiut, ii. p.
L. S aim i . Scc'y. derH : 1 7
o. jaciiii. k. r. itiim:i.in
A'lTOUNKYS AND COtrNSKLOIW
ANDSOI.KUTOIIS IN CIIANCKUV,
Illllir iio.llr the Colli I flnii
All business commllled to their rate will
Ui promptly nllrnihil lo. .Inlv 2!i. M2.
II. wm. ink rtnrT. J.lMM II. '.vv.
DOUTHITT &. FAY,
ATTOUNKVS AND I'Ol'NSHI.OIhS
AND SOLICITOUS IN t'llANCKKV,
.Jackson v ii.i.k, Onniov.
Will prnctlru in the Kiipreuu' nnd other
Courts of IhU Slate. Marrli I. W
ATTOItNKY AT IaA
T II.I iiractlee In the several Court of
1 the First Judical District, nnd In thu
Supreme Court. October 2il '.
D. F. DOWELL,
ATTOUNfiY AT LAW,
Jackson vu.t.K, Onnio.v.
iVIII practice In nil I lie Court or the Third
Jiiilljlal Dlslrlvt, Ihe Kupre inn t'uiirt of Ore
gon, and In Vrekn,Civl. Wai-.Sorli prouqit
1 collecled. Oit. IH.
(giinvufcir I" llr-r.l. lU.lmi)
ATTORNJY AT L.AAr.
Uquclul attention ulvun to collection
cases. June 10, I Mill. HI
(11 aptxIiitHH-tit )
GEORGE D. DORRIS,
X O T All Y PUI1LIG
TOR JACKSON COUNT V.
Onicu with II. !'. Dowill, i: q.
ciuAiia, toiiacco, -4m:sir
FHUITS, HTATIONI.IIV, CONFHC
TIONKHV, KIHKWOHIx'S, UI'C,
Anl ilour lis llrnill'iii)' tV. W'nili.
Thivojust opemd a new stnro nnd stock
ed It wllh u eliolcu variety nt the almv
I ineutloiieil articles, uud oiler them for snb
nt tho lowest living jirlcis. Tho l-l of
Igar nml chewing tobacco will be kept
coii'tnutly on hand. TIiomj tloslrlog uny
artlclo Iu my lluu will save vuoix-y by glr
Ing mu u call. J. IMMV.
JacloimNllle. July 1, '63. Jilt
VORWARDING AND COMMISSION
III It U Uullillntr, Cur. I'loot X K.liitU,
WILL attend to tho Itecelvlng nml For
warding of all floods eulruled lo
Uiulr enre, with promptness nnd dispatch.
Coiioignmenlisoliillid, Mercluudlau to
Cre-ccnt City, April II. IRR.'I. 1.1
N. Il.-Nogoodsdeliveud 'llllll Ihofrelght
an) charges aru paid. II. iV W
G. W. GREEKS
PHYSICIAN AND KUIKJKON.
OJIItu nt lila Itnlilf or . ui Oituon HI.
Whero all Ihnsa knowing themitlves In
dehtidto lilin. on uotu or Itiok iiciouut,
llliltao tall uixl settle up, or their nc
sonnt will lo pUeul for eollectioii Iu the;
bands of my attorney.
iy ota patrons win sun unu m, tier,
. - , i, . , . , i....i i,.,i. .
rwdy to attend to my prolesslonal diilks.
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TN THU COUNTY COUIIT, Jackson Conn
1 ty, November TeriUi I MIX Iu the matter
of tliu estate of John II. .Sheldon, ilicM.
Kber Kmery, thu Adiiiiiiisirutorof said es
tate, having lllid his vahlblt for llunl setlli
moil I, notice Is here by glv tu to all perrons
Interested, that ti'idnesday, the Will day of
' December. 1SC3. hOS lieell Stt PUrt for Hill
November 7th. 1UU3 uovTSIl
I1HADUUUY i WADK'3.