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'From TaWs Magazine.'
A Cry For Bread.
"""'- BT MAJOR C ALDER CAMPBELL. :'r
I iaw a starring mother stand - .
By the gates of a palace proud,
With a whining boy in either hand,
And an infant wailing loud;
An infant wailing loud, for dry
Was the fount had wont to hush its cry:
And all that the starving woman said
Was j "Give my children Breadl" '
Forth from that palace proud there came
Three high and noble ones;
The first was a Bishop, stout of frame,
A chief 'mid the Church's sons;
Slowly he strode, (or he was fat
... But, as he passed, he banned the brat
Whose cries disturbed his reverend head;
Yet the mother only uttered "Bread!"'
The next that fared from that palace door
.Was a Peer, of an ancient race;
And he scowled on the beggars, and loudly
To drive them from the palace:
Twas hard, 'twas very hard his doors "
Should be thus betet by threes and fours
Of idle wretches!" So he said,
Still the woman only murmured "Bread!"
And then paced forth a lady fair,
With a pale and haughty brow;
But she star.ed to see the beggais there,
And faith their needs would know; -
But a pampered menial, sly and sleek,
With a dastard's heart and a woman's cheek,
, Spake out: "Impostors they !" he said ;
So the mother vainly begged for Bread!
That night, as the Bishop, Peer, and Dame
oat o er their banquet high.
From a squalid cellar shrilly came
A wild and mnnic cry;
And there, by her own hand, lay slain
That starving mother's children twain;
And the infant! it before was dead,
For tliere was none to give it bread!
' . From the Index.
Br REV. JOHN KEWLAND MAFFIT.
'Tis a strain on hill or strand,
A flvash upon the sea;
The gleaming of a gorgeous brand
Through charging chivalry!
. Tis a flower ol tearful leaves -That
tells of sudden death
While friendship o'er the fallen grieves
And wastes elegiac breath.
'Tis a wreath of battle smoke
' Thrown ruddy up to Heaven,
What time Bellonia's thunders broke
Through clouds of sulphur riven!
'Tis eloqucce or song
In soft or brazen strains,
Sweepyig a thousand hearts along
,. In ecstacy or chains!
'Tis a flash of -wisdom's eye
- In council chambers bright,
CTe guide a nation's destiny "
Through triumph, wane, and night!
'Tis beauty's pearl-eyed, sun-lit form r
On death's cold shadow gazing
Or rainbow arches, after storm,
- In hurried splendor blaring!
'Tis death and life so strongly blent,
That mortals in the strifa
. Know not for whom the boon is sent
Till they have done with life.
'Tis cypress, urn and bust,
' The mausoleum of fame,
'To lend a pile of buried dust,
A never ending name! ''
From the child's annual.
Says George to James 'I'll catch yon fly,
That's dancing briskly in the air;
At least, I'll take my cap and try:
And see! O dear, another's there."
But James, with gentle force and mien,
His hand on George's shoulder laid
Restraining thus his ardor keen;
While to his little friend he said
Yon butterfly, so bright and free
Whose merry motions please the eve,
Was made by him who fashioned thee,
To sport its space then droop and die.
"Hence let it range the fields around,
. Nor stay its flight, nor take its life;
Be sure no" good will ere be found
In cruel sport or useless strife.'
- CM STORE.
often rery low for CASH, hi
consisting in part of CLOTHS, CASIMERES,
ssai in .!, MtKS, MERINOS
.. CALICOES DRESS-HAND-
- NELS DOMESTIC'S
READY MADE CL O THING
Silk, Straw and Hood Bonnetts, Fur, Seal and
Silett Caps, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Cot Yarn, Su-
af AT 1 1 fn aa r
gar sconce, oau, lea, Indies, Rosin, Soap,
Traces and Log Chains, Powder, Shot, dye
"f M'QVIES CHEWLYG TOBACCO,
Nails, Tin, Queens-ware and Hard-ware
Whiskey, Brandy, Wine, Cordials, arc.
Those visiting Louisiana for the purpose of
buying goods will do well to call at the CASH
ORh, before making their purchases,
H. 8c D. DRAPER,
I Louisiana, Missouri,
HAVING Ihoir Store and Wareboute conveniently
itualed jn tha river bank, offer their mrvicea to
the public in the shipment and sale of Tobacco and all
other produce, in which they flatter themselves they
can offer facilities at least equal to anv other house in
the place. 1 hey have made arrangements with an ex
tensive house in New Orleans, which will enable them
to make reasonable advances in cash on Tobacco ship-
ned tbrouirh their house, and bv which sll shipments of
produce consigned to them, will be covered by a policy
of insurance in New Orleans. The proceeds of all
shipments promptly paid over on receipt of the same, to
gether wild tne aiuerence ot exchange, wnen receiveu
in Eastern funds, which will always be preferred when
to be obtained at reasonable rates.
They have on hand a good assortment of Dry Goods
and Groceries, all of which will be sold at reduced pri
ces fur cash, or to punctual men on reasonable time
January 19, 1842. 3t.
HAVING lately given notice to all indebted
to me, of my intended removal, and reques
ting all such to fork over, and having removed
lrora the state without receiving many ol my
dues, I have respectfully to request every one
who owes me any thing, (to remember that I will
be at the county court of this county on the first
day of April next, and) to contrive some how or
some how else to pay the same, either personal
ty or by agent. ' M. J. JNUrr.S
March y, 1842.
STATE OF MISSOURI, 5
County of Warren. (
In the County Court of said county, November
David P. Hubbard administrator of the estate of
Benjamin Hutchetoo deceased, comet into court and
preaents- bit petition setting forth that there is not
sufficient personal estate of said deceased to pay h
debts, and praying for tbe tale of the real estate of
said deceased for the purpose of paying said debts
which petition is accompanied by aa exhibit of hit
administration according to the statute in that case
provided : and thereupon it is ordered by tbe courl
that all persons interested in said estate be notified
that unless good cause to the contrary be shew
on or before the first day of the oext term of this
court, an order will be made to tell tbe south east
qnar'cror the south east quarter of section nunibe
thirty, and the south west quarter of the south west
quarter of section number thirty two, both in town
ship number forty seven of range number one west
each tract containing forty acres or so much thereof
at will be sufficient to pay the debts of said decea
sed; and it it further ordered by the court that taid
administrator give notice of this application accor
ding to law.
I, Joseph B. Wells, clerk of taid court do eeilify
-1 that the above it correctly copied from
teal. the record of said court. In testimony
( v J whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and
the seal of ta d court, at office in taid county thi
I8tb day of November A. D. 1841.
JOSEPH B. WELLS, Clerk
Dec. 11, 1841 Ot.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
Ceunty of Pike. "
In the County Court, Feb. Term 1842.
Willia-n D. Grant, Administrator of the
Estate of James Culberson deceased, comes
nndhles his petition for the sale of the real
estate of said deceased, accompanied by a
true account of tho administration of said
estate, a list of the debts due to and bv the
dec d., and remaining unpaid, and an invent
ory o. the real estate, and of the remaining
personal estate with its appraised value, and
all other assets in his hands, the whole veri
fied by the affidavit of the said administra
s l .a as
tor, h is mere lore oraered mat all persons
interested in said estate, be notified that un
less the contrary be shown on the first day
of the next Term of this Court, an order
will be made for the sale of real estate of
said deceased viz: the S. E. i Sec. 27 T. 54
li. 2 VV. containing 80 acres, and the S. E. i
N. b. qr. Sec. 27, same township and Ranire.
ana tne s o. vv. , ot said W. IS. i Sec,
27, containing in all ona hundred and forty'
I . I T" . - Iff . a . .i "
one acres more or less, or so much thereof as
will be sufficient to pay the debts of said
deceased yet remaining unpaid, and it is fur-
tner ordered that this notice be published in
some newspaper printed in this State for six
A true copy, from the Record,
Attest. A. II. BTJCKNER, Clerk.
Feb. 1 9th, 1842 6t. ..
TVTOTICK it hereby gireo that the undersigned bat
AVI tak-o out letters of Administration on the estate
oi i yntnia Ann Mottetter, dee'd. from the Clerk of
County Court, or Pike County bearing date the 6 rat
of March, A. D. 1842; all persons, therefore who
have any claims arainst the estate of snid deceased
re required to eiiiibit tbe tame dul v authenticated for
llowance, within one year from the date of taid let
tcrt, or they may be precluded from having- anv beno.
fit of said estate, and if such claims are not pretcnt-
n wunin inree years they will be forever barred.
ENOCH HOSTETTER, Adm'r. :
J'arch 5, 1842 'It. .
TaJOTICE. is hereby given, that the undefined
i-l has obtained from tbe Clerk of the Connty
Court nf Pike coenty, letters of Administration upon
tbe Estate of Burcb Vermillion dee'd. bearing date
the fir-t day of March 1842. All persons bav.
me claims against said estate, are requested to exhib
it them io one year from the date of taid letters for
allowance, or they may be precluded from any benefit
iaf I J I r l
wi u c.i.iu; nnu u men cisidh are not presented
within three jenrt from the date of aaid letter, the
:ti i jt ' J
"ub iviciri unrrtrii. .
RESON VERMILLION, Adm'r.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COXCERIV:
rpHE undersigned hopes that all persons
-- indebted to the office of the Sih ?,v.
journal, lor dbsckiptiox, Advertisiso, or
Jos Wobk, will speedilv nav ud their aeemiTit.
The amounts due are scattered over a number f
counties, ana tne cost ot collection, if he is com
pelled to call upon each individual, would in ma
ny cases, exceed the sums collected. Thn. in
debted to the office can remit to us, through the
the Postmasters, and thus save us both tmtihU
and expense, and at the same time do us a great
favor. We are in want of monev. and w
have h, and it must come from those for whom
we have been laboring for the last two years.
. A. H. BUCKNER. I
STATE Or M ISSOUBI, I ,, v
County of Warren.- i '
In the County Conrt of said connty November
term. 1841. .
William Dremire, administrator of the estate of
Adolphut Shaburg, decerned,- cornea into courl ana
present! bit petition setting forth that there is not f
ficient personal estate of taid deceased to pay hit
debts, and pravinc for the sale of the real estate of
taid deceased for tbe purpote of paying hit debts
which netitiun is accomoanicd by an eihihit of bit
administration acccrdin: to tbe statute in that cate
And thereuoon. it it ordered by the court tbt all
persons interested in said ettate be notified that unless
good cause to the contrary be shewn on or before
the first day of the next term of this court, an order
will be made to sell the south west quarter of the
tooth wett quarter of tectioa number 21, in township
number 45 of range number 1 west, containing 40
acret: and it is further ordered by saiu courl mat tsia
administrator give notice of thit application accord
int to law.
I, Joseph B. Wells, Clerk ortnel-. conrtaiortaiU,no
certify that the above is correctly copied
from tbe record of said court. In testimo
ny whereof, I have hereunto set my hand
and the seal of taid court at office in the town of
Warrenton, in snid county, thit 18th day of Noveru
ber, 1841. JOSEPH B. WELLS, Clerk
Dec. 11, 18 M 6t.
John Clay, by Mathew R. Arnold hit Attorney in
fact . Isaac Clay, and Catharine Doughlsss, being a
part of the beira and dittributeet of the Ettateof Ab
raham Clay deceased, do hereby oivc noticuto
George Jamison aod Mary hit wife, AbramClay,
U illiam C. Kainey and cuibd hit wife, Thompton
Butler and Ann hit wife, Green Remington and Eliz
abeth bit wife, Green Clay, and Benjamin B. Bryan
jr. Joseph I . rJrjnn, Abram u. Bryan, bnoch oryan,
Mary C. Bryan, and John Brvsn, the six last lufanls
and children of Benjamin B. Bryan, Sr. and Sarah
hit deceased wire, all heirs and distributees of the
Estate of Abraham Clay deceased. - Thst they John
C lay, Catharine Douglass, and Isaac Clay as afore
said will apply to the County Court, within and for
the county of Montgomery and State of Mistnon,
to be begun and held at the Conrt-Hou-e in Danville
on the first Monday of May 1842, on the 2nd. day of
said term, or at toon thereafter at bearing enn be
nad for an order of taid Court, to sell two slaves,
one a man named Bill, the other an old woman nam
ed Maria, belonging 'o tbe Ettate of Abraham C lay
decease, brcaused an eqiinl division of taid slaves
cannot be made in kind.
JOHN CLAY, by
MATHEW R. ARNOLD, his
Attorney in fact,
Dec. 4th 1841. St.
UA nimble sixpence better than a slowsh Ming"
FIAVING become thoroughly convinced
--Mhat the long credit system is alike ruin
ous to the merchant and his customers, we
have determined to abandon it.
V e design during the ensuinz year to
keep constantly on hand a better assortment
of goods than we ever have had, which we
intend to sell at such prices us will satisfy
our friends and the public generally, that it
win do io ineir interest to adopt tnis mode ol
111.. .!.- a -
Wheat, Oats, Hemp, Flax seed &c, will
be taken in exchange for merchandise.
i. B. All persons who have unsettled
accounts of 1840 with us mav expect to find
them in the hands of the proper officers for
collection, by the 10th of February 1842,
it not paid or otherwise arranged belore that
Lumber and heading for Tobacco hogs
heads also for sale.
CAMPBELL & CRANE,
Bowling Green, Mo., January 1st, 1842.
THE NEW GENESEE FARMER.
The cheapest Agricultural Paper in the Un
ion Unly riFTr Cents a year, (in ad
vance.) sixteen large pages monthly.
with cuts. J. J. Thomas & M. B. Bate-
ham, Lditors. David Thomas and others,
assistants. One Hundred Correspondents.
rpHE flattering encouragement which the
-1- New Genesee Farmer has received du
ring the past year, has convinced the pronrie
tors that the paper can be sustained in its
native toil, and at its economical price: and
...i-i-.i .... .
wniie tney express meir gratitude lor the as
sis :r nee they have thus far received, thov
wru.u now, wun renewed
. a r a ' I
ucai w uib iiieaus oi attcncu.iure in beha
r 4-s i r w mi I
ol the Second Volume. Ihe Daner ia so
Ma j . ! - - .
known, and so highly approved, that it
is unnecessary to speak-of its character,
fnrthor thin In en ifinf it n.:il ..ir. t
,,...,., J)lTOiu ,,, uui suuer uy i
comparison w.m any other paper of the
inrl in th Ilnitorl Sini.c TU :
... W.HV.WHIIWDI auAli OUVbCSalve I
number has shown an increase of talent and
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past year, on
t f. , . ' I
yC ruuv.ii puHiou rarmers.
uaisuuuuiuius mo uiusi useiui re ec mm
uuo icwi.cuuunui; me unate tieaaacnes, impure fstate of the Flu
igtnal communications from ids. TJnhealthv A
D WRITERS, most of , 1 1a Kil ir i h. s; i. ... L ": j . . . I .
from other Agricultural journals, reports of general Derangements of Health, these Med
me warKets, 5-c. .. . icines have invariably Droved r..rt.-.ir. nj
I lie object ol the New Genesee Farmer
IS IO (llivnnp.A tho rrront inlara.1. .r A ..! I
11Z. :'. T if - 7 , ' ,UUI
..u. 1 ucuciii me com-
mun.ty in general, and Farmers in particu-
lar. -Experience proves that it is wel al.
t .u:. -u:. . .
uiu.vm piuii.vio nils wujcci; una mere'
lore it is the duty of every friend of im
provement to extend its circulation, in order
mai ns inlluence may be relt throughout the
ne inends ol Agricultural . Societies
suou.u especially encourage this paper; for
... v,...,uuj wi si uuvuucemenu
vTI T . a a a 1
The Societies formed last year in western
New York, and their fine exhibition. htr.
already given anew impulse to the cause in
this section of country; and it is confidently
expected that much more will be done the
coming season. " ,
the second Volume commenced Januarv
1st. 1841. . . M- y
All Postmasters are reauested to net n.
Agents, and remit money to the publishers.
Address, UATEHAM& CROSMAN, .
Feb'3 Rochester, N. Y
fTlHE subscriber has opened a house of
Entertainment, at the &une Jriouse on
the West side of the public square, in the
Town ol Bowling Green. He will do all in
his power to make his house . the travellers
home, in its literal sense.' .
t, JNUAH A1IV1INO.
Bowling Green, Jan. 29, 1842.-6L
STATE OF MISSOURI,) su ' ,
- County of Tike. .J
In the County court within and for taid county of
rike, at the November term wereoi, 131- xo wn, on
the fifth day of Jaauary, 1842, tbe following ap
pear at part of the proceedings of said court.
IT is ordered that all persons icdebted to the coun
ty of Pike, for monev loaned from the different
township school funds of taid county, be notified
that unless all interest due said funds be paid to the
County Treasurer, on or before the first day of the
next February term of this court, that they will be
proceeded against for both principal and interest with
out delay. It it also ordered that all principals at
well as securities, who bave become nnable to pay,
or have removed from the limits of the county, be
notified that tliev will be returned to renew their
bonds with additional security at the tame time and
if not to renewed, they will also be proceeded against
according to law. It it further ordered that thit or
der be published in some newtpaper printed in thit
county for three weeks successively, the last inter
tion to be before the first day of the next February
term of thit court. .
I A true copy from the record. In tettinio
teal. ) ny whereof I bave hereunto tet my band
y and affixed tbe seal of office, thit 6th day of
Jan.B, 3t. A. H. BUCKNER, Clerk.
In the Lincoln Circuit Court, Missouri, October
Chmles Bk.nsT, Complainant, 1 Bill in Chancery
Mast Bennct, Defendant. J Divorce.
TVTOW, here comes the complainnnt hy bis tnlici-
-LI tor, and on affidavit of said complainant, it
appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that taid
defendant is a non tesident of tnit ttate. It it there
fore ordered by the Court, that taid defendant be
notified by a publication of this order, to be made in
some newspaper printed in thit ttate, foreuht weeks
cccetsively, the last insertion to be at least four
weeks before the commencement of the next March
term of the court, that the taid complainant has
filed iu thit court, hit bill of complaint agnin.t her
for a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. There
fore the laid defendant is required to appear in tl.i"
court, on the first day of the next term to be begun
and held it tbe Court House in the town of Troy, in
and for taid county of Lincoln, on the 3d Monday
in March next, and answer said bill of complaint, or
the tame will betaken for confessed agnimt her.
Huston for complainant.
State of Missouri,
County of Lincoln, I, Francit Paiker, Cleik of
the Circuit Couit in and for laid County of Lincoln,
certify, that the above is a true copy of an order from
the records of taid Couit, msde at the Ocloher'crin
. i.iven oniler mv barn nnrl the seal of snnl
Seal (Circuit Court, at office in the town of
v ' Troy, in and for ssid county of Lincoln,
inn l.Jin day of November, 11-41.
Nov. 20 H. FRANCIS PARKER, Clerk.
"VfOTICE is hereby riven to all concerned, that latter?
11 testamentary on the estate of Henry Inloe deceased,
late of Pike County, Mo., have been granted to the
undersigned by the Countv Court of .-aid County
of Pike, bearine date the 9th day of Feb. 1842.
All persons having claims arainst said deceased are no-
uneu to present them ror allowance within one year from
the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from
the benefit of said estate, and if not presented within
inree years, win ne lorever oarreil.
GEORGE MOCK- ExV.
Feb. 12, '42. 3t.
NOW in store and for sale 150 sacks G. A. Salt,
at a reduced price to close the lot
P, ln- W. K. DITRBRIDGE.
I WILL pay tbe market price for Pork, weighing
over two hundred. di-II.rroil at ...k.... I
at my warehoute,
in Louisiana, cash.
a y 1
Jan .8. 1842
K. BUR BRIDGE.
TLV Ur r A ITS VEGETABLE LIFE
1'ILUS AND PHtEMX BITTERS.
I lie high celebrity which these excellent
Medicines have ocauired. in riirinir nTiir,et
confidence, orvleverv HUpasA tn uhirK th h..mnnr.H : .
ef -..x.a at(W (IU((I(1 lltllllC S
ia h m n mnttAP fitYt ...M, -1 .
' """" wa i 1 1 1 UIHIU71 CVCrV
intellitTPnt npronn. Th.u lrv,. i. l
0 J" asa-j t-v.swUllll7 t U (. II II V
their fruits their roorl mrt .....n
for them-they did not thrive by the faith of
.u - i . vi
mo creuUIOUB. u '
. In casesofCostiveness,Dyspepsia, Billious
jv: nr. . . . J .' " " u3
UI1U lj VRr AlinPlinna Aethmn ima- A . i i
' w.aaw a wvai.-T atlU ikUULfla Iflj
wjy mv .,s,itra3
maies in Uelicate Health: everv kind of
WMtn n iha I n.i ..n i j
speed v remedv. Thev rptnr
t..I.L .1 ' oVIUUJ
"ca:iM .lo ine m0Sl exhausted constitutions
a single trial will place the Life Pills and
Phoenix Bitters beyond the reach of compc.
titinn. in th. ;m.: r. '-comPe
ui every patient.
T . . .. . I'"
i reparea and sold, wholesale ond retail, at
Kr The Life Pill, are soldi V"p
25 cents, 50 cents, and S l each accordina
A 8UDdIv of th nhntr r. " s.
htr IT f!'' -p., v it n
j """siuis, r. ui. IX. lireen.
Wm. Luck &Co Louisiana. -Witcher
& Stalet, Ashley. -
ffiHE undersigned Adminittrator of tha l.i. -r
n u..ti:L: j ... w
, . wa satu VVUniTs 1110.
berebr nvaa nntiV i n .J
v. yuiiiK.jatj uoc eaten ladtAfP.La
vvm. u. AlUr FATT'S Medical Office, 375 will proceed to sell at public auction,
Brdway, New York. : fore ,ha Court-IIouse door in the towVof
N. U, aone are genuine unless thev have P,owl,"S Green, on the first day of'tto next '
the lac simile of John Moflatt'a .irrnm,;,- May Term of said Court. C.r
oonoernn. nt m I
a.l.l. . Sk. . m. . . -" ui sue I
nr ...m .. loin onw eoort
hi. pdii m.v warn, .r il. . . .
feb.iu 4t- vv i . , .
way .nterested in wid ettate, that tbe undersized TJJT" B.0,tio o all concerned or in .ny way -Adminittrator
will make a fln.l ere,ted ' ""id ettate. that m. j....Ta 5T
STATE OF MISSOURI,) . --7
County of Pike, ( s? . ' .
. In the county Court of said county, Fab. tera.'&4
imi juTTiisiv jncisAiviiisL.isf Aarorosnraiat at w
11 'estate of William McDannold. deceased. SU.T"
petition for the sale of the real estate of said deesea7 '
accompanied by a true account of his adaiaistraboa,
list of the debts da to and by the deeasedf and naMka?
ing unpaid, and an inventory of the real estate, and
tbe remaining; personal estate, with its appraised Tike,
and all other assets in his bands, tha whole verified)
the affidavit of the aaid administrator. It is IberettZ
ordered that all persona be notified that Suisse the cask
trary be shewn on tbe first day of tbe beat terra af no.
court, an order will be made for the sale of the reelT
lata of said deceased, vis. the N. 1-9 N. W. . J?
No. 4. township No. 49, N. R. No. 4 JUiW
ninetv.twe 33 1-2-100 acres, tha Wl I9 w 7i
see. 33, township 50, N. K. 4 W, eenUiaiav M aeVaV
and tne ar. is. qr. 8. 33, township 50, N. R. 4 W. cae,
tsining one hundred and sixty acres, all ly fas; im the
county of Monte-ornery, or so much thereof -ni
the debts of tbe deceased. It is further ordered teat
this order be published ia seme newspaper hi this ataak &
for an weeks successively. A true copy of the races ft
F.b26,6f Tesy A.H.ByCKNHU
f. : TOBACCO. : : '
THE Subscriber wishes to purchase from two U
three hundred thousand weight of loose tobae.
eo, for which he will ray fair prices. He ha. i
constantly on hand at bis manufactory in Prairie.
vine, manuiaciureu tobacco or all descriptions, ftoaj
15 to 35 ctt per pound which he will jell low at
wholesale or retail. He nas also on hand snnnl.
ol iron and tteel, which be is sellinr Terr loss C-
GFO. W. THURMOND, i
Ecb. 5, 1842. tf.
rpHE undersigned administrator of the es---
tate of Daniel Adams, deeeanvf:
of Tike County Mo. hereby gives notice to:
all creditor and others interested , in said es
tate, th-t he intends to make a final gttl.
menl ol said estate, at the next Ma V term
of the County Court of said Countv. "
Feb. 19-41. TIIOS. BLAND, Adrn'h.
EVERY VARIETY OF
Eireutrd with aralnrw and drapatch,
On very reasonable terms,
FOR CASH AXD CASH ONLY!
TV-otice U hcrebr U'en that on the 4lb day of Jsa
11 nary next, at I tie Town ofPainra.;iln n
ty of Pike, 1 Iiall offer for sale at public vendue tb
personal property belonging to the ettate ot the late
.. .i.im . ,.iiapieiiar, Deceased.
The sale will lake olaea ht ... ,k. r ...
o'clock in the forenoon and three o'clock in the after
noon of that day. 7crms of nl. f f,.. .u r.'
dollars or under, cash : for all .... .i j ..
a credit of twelve months will be riven, the norrlJ-i:
jiving note and approved seennty.
lc. IS Jt. xrm II. LONG,
STATE OF MISSOURI.
County of Warren.
In the County Couit of raid county, November
Charlet A. Kimtre admini(ralnr of the ettate or
John Orstcsich, deceased, comes into .,, ..j
... ...... ,.....,5 ,r ,ne Mle or (he tejlj
v iii iil'cenficl int th(
purpose of paying bis
debt-, which pt-lilion is acc
is accompanied br an rtk.k.t
fa. . . I J . al lltsri
orintailrbiiiistrationnf said ettate pursuant to law.
.t it therefore ordered l.y the court that all peneat
intereited in taid rstnte be notified that an lest rood
cause to the contrary be thewn on or before the first
day of the next term of thi, court an o,.I ..li I-
made to sell 6fty five acres and twenty nnl nfU
situate in section number twenty, in township .g.
ber forty-fire, in range No. two west, orto much there
of as will be sufficient to nay th. H-hi. r :.t j
ceased, and it i. further ordered by the conrt that said
administrator give notire of this applicat.ou accord
1115 tolnw. . : . .
A true copy taken from Iha ..... i v
,") oeof, I, Joseph II. Wells, Clerk of said
teal. countv m.t k... i. . . .
a. Sk aaiss au n:a. mi Etas sits
ww J lh" of taid court at s "
county thit 18th day of November, A. D. 1841.
IM)K AMD JOU rKlATJiVCa.
C lerk's, and I BLAXfci
Jnsi ire's V -
Cards of all kinds,
More, and BILLS
FANCY AND ORV'AMEVTi r pnin.,n
Will be done expeditiously reasonable t. k-
TUK RADICAL OFFICE.
havint; claims nzainst Jn...k n
A LL persons
h,0"'n"cr' n '-olvent debtor, ate hereby noU
fied that on the 12th day of March aet at th. c.B.t:
adjust the dt-mandt againtttaid Showalter, and pay
the same as far at assets haveeome to m. k..i.
J. ft 9 WM' PEN'X; Sheriff.
J", 2,n Pike Connlyl
IN pursuanceof an order of the County
Oourt of Pike Countv. mnrl nt tt,-
ruary Term 1 842, the undersigned Aminis-
uuiuroi tne t.siaie ol Alatthew f.
thefolIowinff real ZuZl
esta of said deceased ( viz TLot Nu tA '
Itwentv.fivA ctK J r... . t
(3) in the town of Paynesville, all beim? ia
said county of Pike.. . .
JESSE HUGHS, Adm'r
Fed. 19. 1842.-RI -
FINAL SETTT.V.Ai hint
I-1BE ondersigned Administrator nf tb. estate af '
eaas a. r. Hear. dwuuJ l.. a .
1 -wajvayu. mhdi ni iTAtialu
. county jae.
.!. , , . - - uim aoaai.-
.. ,,k. -awHieraent oi taiaes-
muinr n, . m..i ..... 1 . . .
isam countv. . "