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From the Madisonian.
T raw tlie sword ! and bare the arm !
Let the flag of freedom float !
Nations hear the wild alarm
Millions sound the tocsin note;
Oa the hills where thousand's met.
Terrible in war's array,
(ili-am aguiii, bright bayonet!
Cymbal's clash, and Trumpet's bray !
Island's of the Deep, n jok t!, j
Tribe of Bramali. weep no more!
Canada, lift up thy voice!
China, guard thy secret score!
Egypt, shout again in piide!
Old CalTraria, sleep alone
Greece, awake! on Athos side
Western India, cease thy groaiil
Lo, a nation of a day,
Arms herself to meet thy foe;
Millions on their w inding way,
Like their mountain torrents flow!
Hark! the drums of Bennington
Rattle lo the Southern fife!
Mothers urge the legions on
Sisters cheer the stream of life.
Onward, oiiu-rJ, rolli the tide!
Hills and valleys woods and plains,
Tour their tribute far and wide,
Echoing to the martial strains;
Flags that long in dust have hung,
Crimsoned with the blood of old,
Proudly to the breeze arc flung,
Glittering with their stars of gold!
Come, thou Mistress of the Sea,
Rush upon the bucklcr'd host,
Here arc men to battle thee,
Noble as thy ranks can boast;
Banners, borne on Bunker Hill
Cannons, from thy soldiers torn
Swords, that crossed the highland hill,
In the Revolution won!
With her ensign floating free,
Spite of battle, storms and tides
On the margin of the sea,
Sits the dark Old Ironsides!
Sentinels their vigils keep,
Where thy naval heroes bled;
Cannon's ia their port-holes sleep,
O'er thy unforgotten dead.
Mighty ones who trod the deck,
When thy banners sank in shame,
O'er a sad and bloody wreck,
Live to battle in her name!
High their glorious pendants wave ,
Beautiful amid a host!
Come! and find an early grave
Come the'll teach thee how to boast.
God of battle! bare thy hand!
Let thy rcd-wing'd cohorts fly!
Liberty maintain's her stand,
In the apple ot thine eye!
In her train thy servants kneel!
Underneath thy Cross they form.
Guide them in the battle's wheel
Save them in the dreadful storm!
From the Missouri Register.
Charac'erisiic Colour s of the first five
Degrees of Old-Fellowship.
White has ever been regarded as
emblematic of purity and sincerity.
Thus, in the Apocalypse it is said
(II. 17.)" I will give liim a while
stone, and in the stone a new name
widen, which no man knoweth sav
ios: he that receivcth it." "lie that
ovcrcometh the same shall bo dolli
ed in while raiment."' (III. 5.) Near
the Capital, at Home, stood ihe tem
ple of Files. When the priests of
fered their bloodless sacrifices lo her,
their faces and hands were lint faith,
or fidelity, should be close and secret.
Siie is calleJ by Virgil "Cana Fides,"
I. 232,) probably because can
dour is essential to fidelity. One of
the symbolcs .f lliis goddess was a
group of two young virgins clad in
snowy vestments and joining hands;,
which act signifies a pledge of faith
for future frindahip. In physics,
'While is the result of a notion and
reflection of all the primary rays of,
light: hence it is metaphorically used I
10 signuy a coiiecuon ana rvnecimn
of thoso graces and virtues which
adorn and dignify the character.
Pink was the hue by which the
ancients represented youth and mod
esty. It denote, in poetry, the
spring-time of life, when faith is
the most confiding,' the affections
most vigorous, and friendship is most
constant. Nature herself seems to
have dictated the choice ef this ray
as figurative of those very qualities
with which the imagination has coup
led it. In the prismatic spectrum,
the red ray (of which pink is but a
modification) is the most calorific
and the refrangible of all: the moral
parallel is our Covenant love should
be ardent, and never turn form its
Blue is iUe characteristic colour
ofthe Third Degree. I have already
ihowcd that the Roman mythology
arrayed friendship in while, and lhat
Lie was clothed in pin!;; popular
usage has assigned lo Hue the repre
sentation or truth. Thus in due or
der of graduation we represent to
the eye an allegoiical disphiy of ihe
three cardinal'virtucs c-f Odd-Fellowship,
The azure vault of heaven, and the
deep blue sea, are also employed to
symbolile truth. In conformity
with this exposition and tending to
substantiate its correctness, is the
vocal concomitant of the p. s. (some
limes called the p. s.) of this De
gree, in which the words G.....
when sinnlv considered, are an ap
peal for the truUi as well os of the
urgency of our condition nnd desires.
Beautifully apposite with its ideal
use is the cheinic-d effect of the ray:
when it is made to fall fjr some time
on the needle, the rod acquires pohir
itv, and points 4i tine"' U H.s mestiti
oiis attracit'ti in the chambers ofthe
Gkkrn is the enlivening shade that
appropriately mirks the Fourth, or
Remembrances Degree. It is the
most widely di'hised of all the tints
which ador "the material world. Na
ture has clothed herself in tiii.J rich
carnitine throughout her solid do
main; yet although it is so lavishly
spread before us from mountain-top
to dell, the ce never rests upon it
without a sense of refreshment and
delight. In very remote anes Green
was hi'ppily chosen from all its sister
ra) s to be the symbol of memory and
eternity. As and oasis is never for
gotten by the traveller who crosses
the arid plains of Shara, so are we
accustomed to speak of those scenes
and associations on which the mind
lingers with preculiaa fondness, as
things 'dwelling greenly in our mem
ories," or, as "verdant spots in the
desert of our days."
" and lie down at eve,
In the green pastures of remem
The evergreen, too, w hich lifts it
self over the grave of some loved one,
seems to respond to our sighs with
an instructive language " He is not
dead, but slcrp-Jh; I'nj broth shall
rise again F
Scarlet vestments, as d'usive to
the silorv, diiiuitv and excellence of
the sacerdotal office, are given to the
Fifth, or Degree of the Priestly Or
der. And God spake unto Moses
and said "Thou shall make holy
garments for Aaron thy brother, for
glory rind for beau'v. (Exod. XXX
In the several specifications which
follow ihe divine charge, we find that
scarlet was ordained to be a constit
uent part of the robe, the ephod.
the curious girdle ot the eptiocl, and
of the prcaxt-plale of judgment.
(Exod. XXVIII. passim.) Ii also
entered into the composition ol the
ten curtains of the tabernacle (Exod.
XXVI. I.) of the vail ofthe Most
Holy Place, (lb. 31.) and ofthe hang
ins; of the cate of the court. (Exod.
XXXVH.'lG.) Thus, it became
pre-cmiuently a sacred dve. In its
typical character, perhaps it had ref
erences to the blood of the victims
which were sacrificed by the High
Priests hands, as an atonement for
sin. The prophet Isaiah seems to
favor this hypothesis: "though your
sins be as scarlet they shall be white
as snow: though they be red like
crimson thev shall be as wool. ' (I.
18.) It worn bv Ihe augurs of old
(sec JF- VII 188. Trabea. the
robe worn by augurs, purple and
As a token of glory, rank, and pow
er, it was worn by monarchs not less
extensively than the imperial purple.
(Compare " Mat. XXVII. 23th nnd
29th verses, where the scrlet robe
was put on in mockery of the regal
Grouping these emblematic, colors
as ihey successfully appear in the
Five degrees, they successively ap
pear in the Five degrees, they clear
ly convey to every Odd-Fellow th;s
sentiment: Fiukndship, Ixjvk, and
Truth. Eternal, Glorious! a sen
timent as worthy to be had in honor
and to be profoundly cherished in the
heart, as was the aphorism of Solon,
" ' (know thyself,) lo
be inscribed on the Delphic Oracle in
letters of cold.
ti. P.ncton Advertiser says that
i.. ..onoruliU Dpncon John Whit-
man, of East Bridgewater, in the
county of Plymouth, Mass., on uie
28th inst., entered on the one hun
dred and eighth year of his age, in
good health and of sound mind.though
nis siglU, Hearing .mu
STATE OF OTISSOUIU, "
touniy oi narren.
In the Warren Circuit Court Match Term
Henry Juitui, Petitioner. " Pntitionfer
Snnhia Jnilui. Defendant. J
To Sophia Justus, tha above named de
fendent. Take notice that a petition bat
been nretenled to iaid Court titling at a
Court of chancer at the aforesaid Term.
which petition it v-nlieil by the aihdavii oi
mil netilioner. llaune mar, von are a nou-rc-
iilcnt of the tlate aforernid. The object
and general nature of which petition it to
attain lor taut petitioner a oivorce irom
the binlt of matrimony contracted by him
..it. .mi I defendant." and that laid
Court bat ordered that unlett you appear in
taid Couit ot iu next I erm 10 do Deguu
and held at the Con it House in taid county
on the tecond Monday of next July, and
answer iaid netition according: to lawJthe
tame will be taken for confused against
Test. EI.I CARTER. Clerk.
Jotcph R. Wellt, tolicitor for petitioner.
I April 'J 171.:, oi.
BA N K RUPTS.
DISTRICT COURT OF Till: UNITED
For the District of Missouri,
f- i,. ....iter of Daniel F. Stark. On
the 19th day of Mcb 1842, Daniel F.
Stark, filed his petition in the Ditliict Court,
f. .1.. ur,i r.f ihe Ii:inkriint law : where
upon, it ii ordered, that the Olh day of
June next he ict lor the ticarin? sam pen
tionin midCourt, at Ihe City of JclTerton,
when and herc at) interested may attend
an,d thow cause, if any they have, why
the piaycr of the petitioner Milium not fcc
Tett. JASON II AKKISO., i lent.
John J. Suisson, Sol.
April 2d 1H42
DISTRICT COIJKT OF THE UNITED
For the District of Missouri.
In of Arthur Horn. On the
l'lih ..f March 1642. Arthur Hern,
filed hit petition in the U.strict Court, for
the brneCt of tho Bunkiupt law; Where
upon.it it ordered, that the Oth day ol June
nevt be et for the henrine nid netition in
mid court, at the City of Jefferson, when
and where all interested may attend, anil
ramp, ifanv thev have, why the pray
er of the taid petitioner thould not not be
Tert. JASON HARRISON Cieik.
John J. Si.osso Sol.
April the 2d, 142-
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
For the District of Mufouri.
In . matter of John I.. Jnnci. On
ho lOtli H.iv of March 142, John '..
Jonet, filed hit petition in the Di-lrict
Court, for the benefit of the BanUriirt law ;
U'hvrpimiin. it it ordered, that the Olh oay
of June next be set for the he-iiinp said pe-
titinu iu taid Couit, at the City ol jeuerson,
hn and where all interested may attend,
ami thow cause, if any they have, why
the piayrr of tho petitioner tnouw not
Teat. JASON HARRISON, Clerk.
John J. Si.otsoN, Sol.
April 2d, i?4-..-Pt.
TVFOTICF. it hereby gm n thnt tl.e nn
JA1 dersigocdhas tnken out lettrrt of Ad
ministration on the estate of Margaret Mills,
deed, from the Ralls couutT Court, branny
date tne 11th day of March, lB42, Al
peront,thercfore,wholiae anyclaimt aga.nt
the estate of taid deceased, arc required
to exhibit the same duty authenticated for
allowance, within one year" from the date
of taid letten, or they maybe precluded
from bavin; any benefit of taid estate and
if tuch claims arc not presented within
three years they will be forever barred.
DAVID M ILL, Adm'r.
March 20th 19 42. :tt.
STATE OF MISSOURI, i gs
Conoty ol rike. J
In the Fik "cuit Court. Missouri.
February term, 1942.
David Curry, Corap't
vt. f ill in Chancn By.
i- .. ... .niil defendant, are hereby noti
fied that at the last term the taid com
plainant, by U. Toiler his tolicitor, hlcil
i :. s,:li .rromuimird bv hit affidavit that
you are a non rc-ident of thit State, to
obtain the tpecinc execuuon oi a imiuci
.:i.-oii.riiieil bv tou for the tale to
III i"'"5" . '. .. . , i .
Wm of the following d-stenbed land, lying
in taid county, vix: r.. t oi n. sv.qr. cj.
10 T 53 R 4 West ; the west 1-2 of N E j
S 15 T 53 U 4 W. The W I of N wqiS
9 S w i ofN Eqr Section a and the
e-..i. fnurlh of N w fourth Section 9
T53 R 3 west, containing in nil . 21 acres-
Anil it it ordered that you the saiu lie
r.in he and anoear before the taid court,
on the first day of itt next term, to be be
gun r,nd held at the Court House in uownng
; .niil ronnlv on the forth Moudav
of June next, and answer taid bill, or the
tame will be take nat conlesseu, anil uie
..ik.r...r ivill hn itiTrrcd accordinslv!
j j i n j i-1 . ' i ..... -
and it is oidered that a copy of this order
be published in tome newspaper in mit
Si.i fnr eirht werkt successivelT. the last
insertion to be at least four wci tt before
the commencement o( Ihe next term of thir
court, to wliichiaid cause is continued.
A'tiuc'copy from the record.
Atte'.t. " S. P. ROBINSON, Clerk.
March, 26ih, 1842 8w.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County of Pike.
In the Pike Circnit Court, Missouri,
February Term, 19-12.
Nichclna Murray and wife, Plfft. " ?
VS. I g-
Heirs cif Join Owrnt Defs. J- o'
TVJOW at tliis Juv the said petitioners pres
1 1 ent their petition to the court, the
nature and object of which is, that Joho
Owens, deceased, tcized of 100 acres of
land. Ivins in the county of Pike, on which
-dowrr has been atsijned tohit widow, nnd
at the title o.'taid land vested in the taid pe
titioner Ilelter Sl in the defendants, William
Emily and Dulcina Owen", and John, Berry
C, Richard ami Talitha Owens, the last four
of whom are i-none rciidcntt of thit State,
and that tbe title of all said partiet in iaid
nnd it now vetted in taid John Owens, ex
cept that of Ihe said Hester, William and
Emily, and prajin; parition of laid land
according lo the rights the of partiet.
You the taid none rasidrnt defendants,
dc notified that unlest you bo and appear
before the laid court, on the first day of
the next term, to bebrgun and bed at the
Couit House in Bowlin; Creen, on the
fouth Mondav in June next, and answcithe
said petition the tame will be taken atcon-
fi-i'fd apain-t you, noil that thit Old er tc
published according to law. And this
cause it continued.
A true copy of Uie ouler.
Test. S. P. ROBINSON, Clerk.
March 2Cth. 142 t
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List of Letter.
FIST of letters remainin; in ihe
A Tost Office at Bowling Green on
the 3 1st day of March, 1842, which,
if not taken out within three months
will be sent to the General Post Office
as dead letters.
Charles Atkinson, AmdrewS. Love,
Mary Ann Bran- Edwin A. Lay,
stetter R. A. Long,
Major Barkwell, Mrs. Ann King,
Wm. J. Brown, Solomon Martin,
James Biiyjs. Lli.abeth Burns,
Newton M'D.iniel, Adam Branstetter
Joshua C. Moore, Wm. Crockett,
Mrs. Mary Moore, Pelep Colvin,
Robt. T. "Marlin, Joseph Casler,
James McPike, Walker K. Cald
N. P. Minor, well,
Joseph Ewen, G. Poi ler,
Miss Nancy Ful- Sam'l. Pharr,
lerton C. J. Pettibono,
Jane Fanner, Silas Rhea,
John M. Grnfibrt, Rob't. Summers,
Wilson Ilolladay John Sisson,
Wm. M. Iloobs, M. Schooler,
Abram Iloob. Reuben P.Strother,
John Jones, Wm. J. Sisson,
Robert Y.Jones, S. Thompkins,
Mrs. A. Jones, W. II. Williams.
II. G. EDWARDS, P. M.
April, 2J. 184231
Va sli i n?ton ia ii .
PUBLISHED IN NT. LOl'IS MO.
I propose to publish in this city, a
Weekly paper under the above title,
devoted to the cause of Temperance,
as soon as a sufficient number of sub
scirbers are obtained to justify it.
The paper will be printed on a
sheet of "medium1' size, and will be
issued on Saturday alter noon of each
week, and delivered or mailed to sub
scribers at I per year, payable al
ways in advance. No paper will, in
any instance, he sent or delivered,
unless thus paid for, as the low price
at which it is published will not jus
tify any credit.
Two pages will be devoted to the
cause which the paper is to advocate,
and the residue lo advertisements and
current news, omitting politics most
scrupulously. A price current and
Bank Note Table will be inserted
regularly. The assitance ol compe
tent gentlemen will be obtained to
I will endeavor to commence it
within the next two or three weeks,
but certainly not later than the 1st
March the 20, 1 r4 2. V. Em.i.
STATK OK MISSOURI,
County Court, February Term, 1842.
Daniel I. Hubbard Admitittrator of the
Kstatc of Benjamin Ilutcheton, Jr. dee'd.
comet into Court and preteutt hit petition
letting forth thnt there it not tuflicieiit
personal estate of aaid deceased to pay bit
debts, and prayinff for the tala of tha real
estato of taid deceased, for the purpose
of paying tuid debts, which taid petition it
accompanied by an exhibit of hit admio
istration according to law, and thereupon,
it it ordered by the Court that all persons
interested in taid ettale be notified that un
lest good cause to the contrary be thown
on or before the first day of the next term
of this Court, on order will be made to sell
the South Eart quarter of South East quar
ter of Section No. SI, and the South West
qr. of South West qr. of Section No. Ji2,
buth in Township No. 47 of Rnnt;e No. 1
West, and each tract containing 40 acrei,
or to much thereof at will be sulTirient
to pay the debts of taiddeceated. And
it it further ordered by soul Court, that said
Adminutrator fivo notice of this applica
tion according to law.
STATK OK MISSOl'M,
Warren County. SS.
I, Eli Carter, Clerk of tho County Court
within and for the county aforesaid ducirtify
that the before it correctly copied from the
records of aaid Court.
, Civen under my hand nnd the
teal. J-seal of said Court, at office in tnid
County thit 20, day of February,
ELI CARTER, Clerk.
April 2d. 1842 -6t.
In the Circuit Court of Lincoln Coun
ty Misssouri March Term, 1842.
Sinar Johnston, by her next friend.
A. J. Gorhan, Comp"t. Bill in
Wm. Johnston, Defen't. J fordivorce
NOW here comes tho complainant
by her Solicitor, and it appering
to the satisfaction of the Court that
the defendant is a non-resident of
this State. It is thereupon ordered
by the Court that said Defendant be
notified by a publication of this order
to be made in some newspaper prin
ted in this State, for eight weeks suc
cessively, the last insertion to be at j
least four weeks before the next Ju
ly term of this Court, that said Com-
piainant nas meu ner uiii oi com
plaint against him for a divorce from
the bonds ol matrimony. Therefore
the said William Johnston is required
to appear in this Court, on the first
day of the next term to be begun
and held nt the Court House in the
town of Troy, in and for Lincoln
county, Mo., on the third Monday in
July next, and answer said bill of
complaint, or the same will be taken
for confessed ngainst him.
A true copy.
Test. F. PARKER, Clcik.
AprilO , 1 842.-8 w.
iAnimblc. sixpence heller than a slow shilling.
HAVING become thoroughly convinced
ilnt tbA Innrr credit svstem is alike mli.-
" w -"o j - -t.au-;
ous to the merchant and his customers, re
have tletermineu to auaiiuou it.
We design during the ensuing year to
keep constantly on hand a better assortment
of goods than we ever have had, which we
intend to sell at such prices as will satisfy
our friends and ihe public generally, that it
will be to their interest to adopt this mode of
Wheat, Oats, Hemp, Flox seed &c, will
be taken in exchange for merchandise.
N. B. All persons who have unsettled1
accounts of 1040 with us may expect to find
them in the hands of the proper officers for
collection, by the 1 Oth of February 1842,
if not paid or otherw ise arranged before that
Lumber and heading for Tobacco hogs
heads also for sale.
CAMPBELL & CRANE.
Bowlm? Green. Mo.. January 1st, 1842.
In thc4 Circuit Court of Lincoln
Countv, Mis ouri March Term,
Wilson Barker Compt." Q
vs. I f
William Wilson and f g -
DavikJTirnham, Defen'ts j
JVTOW here comes the complainant
Ly his Solicitor, and it appear
ing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that the defendant David Turnham
is a non-resident ol this State. It is
thereupon ordered by the Court, that
said defendant Turnham be notified
by a publication of thisorder, lo made
iii some newspaper printed in this
State, for eight weeks sucossively, the
last insertion to be at least four
weeks before the next July Term of
this Court, that said complainant has
filed his bill of complaint against him
and William Wilson to set aside the
title of said Wilson, made to him by
said Turnham in and to the S. W. i
of the S. W. quarter of Section 23
T. 50, R- U E. of the 5th principal
meridian, in Lincoln county Mo. and
to invest the title thereof in said com
plainant. Therefore the said David
Turnham is required to appear in this
Court, on the first day ot the next
term, to be begun and held at the
Court House in the town of Tmy in
and for Lincoln county, on the theird
Monday in July next, and answer
said bill of Complainant, or the some
will be taken for confessed against
him. A true copv.
Test. F. PARKER, Clerk.
April 9, 184 2.-8 w.
A D M I N 1ST R ATORS NOTICE.
JVf OTICXitbrreby given that the under
raVw signed hatakrnout lettetsof Adminis
tration on the estate of John I'.ronk, dee'd,
from the Clerk of County Court of Lincoln
County henring date the fourth of April
A. D. 1842; all perona, therefore who
'have any claim! uraintt the estate of tnid
deceased arc required to cxiiibit the same
duly authenticated for allowance, within olio
year from the date of mid let ters, or they
mny be precluded from having any bonefit
of taid - f e, and if sueb claims are mit
prrtcnted wiihiu three jeartthey will he
EZKKIEf. DOWNING, .iomV.
April 2:. 1842 lit
I. M. BRYSON, &C0.
HAVE just received per. Stenmrr ELI
ZA direct from JYEII' ORLE.l.YS.
SUGAK, COFFEE, TEA,
Loaf Sugar, Spiers, Pepper, Dye Stuffs,
Molasses, Tar, Mackerel, Sperm-Cnndlet,
Nnilt Winet, Slc. Slo. Which they will
aell low for
or to punctual men. Advances of the nbovu
at tbe lowest CASH prices will bo made on
Tobacco for Shipment .
Louisiana, April, ad 104..
rpIIE undersigned will offer at ptsb
lie sale st the Court House in
Bowling-Green, Tike county Mo, on
the second day of the next May
Court, to the highest bidder, a likely
Negro girl, in her 16th year, on a
credit of 12 months, the purchaser
giving bond with approved security.
W. II. LONG.
April Oth 1842.-3t.
THE subscriber has oj ened a house of
Entertainment, at the Stone House on
the West si.'e of th public square, in the
Tow n of Bowline Grren. He will do all in
his power to make his house the travellers
Lome, in its literal sense.
Bowling Green, Jan. 29, 1842.-6t.
lifTallE undersigned Administrator ofthe estate of
a& S. P. Kent, deceased, Lite of Pike County Mo.
hen hi riie- imtlre to nil eonceri-.ed or in any way jn
teieted in c3iil cfa!r, thnt the undersigned adrnin
itr;iti.r nil! apply for a linxl settlement of said es
late at the next .Mey term of the County Court of
IVh. l!)'-4t II. T. KENT, Adm'r.
fTMliK ub'i:rilirr Kifhet to purchase from two ta
JB. three hi.udred tl:ru?a:id weight of loose tobac
co, for Hhiib he will pay fnir prices. lie hat also
constantly on !i;d at hit manufactory in Prairie
villr, manufactured tobacco of all description, front
15 to ''') r.ts per pound which he will sell low at
Mrhoie-a!e rir retail, lie has nl.-o nn hand a supply
of iron am! steel, which be it telling very low for
CFO. W. TIIlRZiOND.
Ib. .r. 142. ff.
FL A" L SE TT I iEMENT.
rjiIIE undersigned administrator of the es
tute of Daniel Adams, deceased, late
of Pike County Mo. hereby gives notice to
all creditors and others interested in said es
tate, tint he intends to make a final settle
ment of said estate, nt the next May term
of the County Court of said County.
Feb. 19 4t. THOS. BLAND. Adm'r.
MOFFATTS VEGETABLE LIFE
PILLS AND PIKEMX BITTERS.
The high celebrity which these excellent
Medicines have acquired, in curing almost
every disease to which the human frame
liable, is a matter fmiiliar with almost every
intelligent person. They became known ly rj
iticir nuns inrir "uuu wums liusc icauucu ;
tor them they did not thrive by tne uutnoi
In casesof Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Billions
and Liver A licet ions, Asthma, Piles, Settled
Pains, Rheumatism. Fevers and Agues, O
tinate Headaches, Impure State ofthe Fli
his, Unhealthy Appearance ofthe Skin. Ner
vous Debihtv, the Sickness incident to Fe
males in Delicate Health; every kind of
Weakness of the Digestive Organs and in all
general Derangements of Health, these Wed- Jj
icines have invariably proved s certain and F
speedy remedy. J hey restore vigorous ,j
health to the most exhausted constitutions.
A single trial will place the Life Pills and
Plurnix Bitters beyond the reach of compt-titi-in,
in the estimation of every patient.
Prepared and sold, w holesale and retail, it
Wm. B. MOFFATTS Medical Office, 37S
Broadway. New York.
N. B, None are genuine unless they haw i
the fac simile of John MoiTatt's signature. ;
C3 The Life Pills :.re sold in boxes Price,
'25 cents, 50 cents, and .1 each, according f
to the sie; and the Phrrnix Bitters in bottle)
at 1 or-5'2 eiifb. wit'i full directions.
A supj'lv of trie almvc Medicines for sa!t:
by II. O. E -.Y.vurx, P. M. B. Green.
Wm. I.rrK iS;Cii. L"iu.-i inn. a
Win Stalky. Ashley. j
FLAI7SETT iHfENT." j
THE undersigned Admit i-trator of the utattl'
II. Mullikin, deceased late of Pike county, V J
herehy gites notice to all concerned, or ia a?.
way interested in said estate, that the iindersifnei
Administrator will mike a final settlement oMs
'tnte at the tiet M iv term of the county colrt
ot" said eoiintv, 1""I2.
K,.,. lf It. V. M. WALKER. Adm'r. i
African, by Imitortrd Valentine, ,
ll.VS been n-nmvec tioin his former staMv
at Palmyra, and w ill make his present ftis
son at my farm H miles fiom Fulton, on tl.
road to JellVrson City ; formerly the farmj
Lewis Oveiton, where everv attention w i
be paid to mares sent to him, having a w
groom and t!entv of good pasture.
public in general are requested to call ao J
see All ican bclore breeding to otner nors"
as he has certainly superior claims to a.'4
horse in our country. For pedigree in w?
sec bill in due time. I have also two otb;
fine horses, which, if not farmed out, f
stand at the same place. Gentlemen pi! j
call and you shall be suited. t
March 2GA 1842 3t Propriety,'
COOK An JOB rKlNTLVJ.
Cards of all kinds, Bills ofBxe-
Lndine, ) SherilPs, ) . . :
Horse, and I BILLS. Clerk's, and iU ;
Himd ) JnMice't ...-a 1
KANCY AND ORVAMENTAL PRINTW l
Will be done eipeditioutly on reaionable ten1 J
THE RADICAL OFFICE. ?