Loachapoka Ad 1851

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Loachapoka Ad 1851 - an- to riPTT DOLLAH3 HEWARD1 RANAWAY from the...
an- to riPTT DOLLAH3 HEWARD1 RANAWAY from the subsfriber, near Loachapoka, Macon countv, Ala., a $ , negro man by the name of PETKR. Pe- ter is near 30 years old, tolerably dark ' eomplexion.of rather a siiiiling countenance, about 5 teet 8 or 9 inches high, weighs About 1 60 poundB, tolerably quick spoken, with one of his front teeth on the right side of the upper jnw broken off. He - reiui hiiu wniB a niiitf, hiiu signs uis name 'Peter O. Uoltv:" la a toleriible honspiirnontnr. and a good miller to grind oVsaw. He took off with linn a course Panama hat, an old black Al pacca coat, a dark blue blanket overcoat, one pair oiacK satinet, puma, one pair oiue siripea cotton pants, one pair brown linen p ints, one pair coaire cotton pants, one coarse cotton and two northern homespun shirts, and a black satin vest. He had m ins possession a "letter ol disnu&iou from a Baptist church, of which he had been a member in Tallapoosa county, Ala. I think fie will try to miiKc ins way in unio or xuaiana. I will give fifty dollars reward, if ho is apprehended out of the State of Alabama, and twenty-five dollars if apprehended within the Stale, and lodged in some jail so that I pet him. . dES$G M. PEARSON. October 15. 1851-twlt-wtf f" The Nashville (Tcnn.) American and the Louisville (Ky.) Democrat, will each please insert to the amount of $3 and forward bills to this office a

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  1. The Weekly Advertiser,
  2. 21 Oct 1851, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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