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NOTICE!

All persons indebted to James Sutton at the time of making an assignment to B.H. Smithson, and also owing said B.H. Smithson, on account of indebtedness to James Sutton are hereby notified to make payment only to the undersigned. 17 more words

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Marriage notices

MARRIED

On 21 April 1859 by George W Hughes, JP, Mr. William Brown and Miss Margaret Lyon.

And on 12 May 1859, by the same, Mr. 15 more words

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County Land Warrants

COUNTY LAND WARRANTS.

The following is a copy of an important decision which has just emanated from the General Land Office:

Sir: in reply to the question propounded in your letter of the 23rd, I have to state: 319 more words

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The trial of Cosgrove

From the True Democrat

THE TRIAL OF COSGROVE.

This trial, commencing on Tuesday, closed on Saturday, and the jury returned a verdict of guilty after being out about 20 minutes. 840 more words

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Murder of three Seminoles

MURDER OF THREE SEMINOLES

On the last day of April, we learn from Col. Rutherford, Seminole agent, just arrived from that nation, a number of Seminole hearing of some whiskey in the Choctaw country, about 10 miles distant from the old Seminole agency, went to the place, where a white man, by the name of Martin, lived, and whom, if we understood our informant, had the whiskey. 179 more words

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The Arkansian

THE ARKANSIAN.

We are in receipt of a copy of the above paper, published and edited by Messrs. Pettigrew and Boudinot, at Fayetteville, Arkansas. We are glad to receive it, and will be pleased to exchange. 209 more words

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To be hung in Little Rock

TO BE HUNG

Charles Cosgrove, the murderer of G.R. Lester of Georgia has been, as will be seen by referring to the remarks of Judge Clendenin published this week, sentenced to expiate his awful crime on the gallows at Little Rock on 11 June next.

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