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Bowling Green,.... J unc 11, 1842.
Our latest accounts say, that Ex-Gov.
Boggs is still mending and is nearly out
2J-The Covention which met at Jef
ferson City on the 1st inst. for the pur
pose of nominating seven candidates for
Congress, to be run by the Democratic
part', at the next August election, was
organised by electing Ex-Gov. Dunklin,
to preside as President, and Col. John
Thornton and Judge Eareckson, as Vice
Presidents: Robinson of Cooper county,
and Minor of Morgan Secretaries.
After the usual preliminaries on such
occasions, the Convention made the fol
lowing nominations, viz:
JAS.M. HUGHES, of Clay county.
Db. RELFE, of Washington.
Dr. BOWER, or Monroe.
JOHN P. CAMPBELL, of Crecn.
JAS. B. BOWLIX, of St. Louis.
JOHN JAMISON, of Callaway.
WM. GILPIN, of Jackson.
2The first No.of a weekly newspa
per, entitled "The Sucker and Tanners
Record," published by M. J. Noyes and
G. B. Price, formerly of this place, in
Pittsfield 111., is now before us. This
paper is to 1 devoted to the principles
and interest of the "great whig party;"
yet, as a matter of course, as is the ca;e
with ill party papers at the outset, it is
to be very decent, modest, mild, &.c.
However, time will prove the matter,
and ai we cheer no violent party paper
we will withhold both commendation and
censure until we see more of it.
The Editor of the Native A. Bullttin
has taken a course in reference to the
Rhode Island question that we were not
prepared to expect from a high minded
and magnanimous editor. lie lias at
tempted to associate Gov. Dorr with abo
litionists, negroes, &c. This, is like mis.
ing the cry of "mad dog."
"Two Gotfiinoes. It is said this
thing of having two Governors, is no
new matter in Rhode Island. It used to
be the custom after the whites had elected
a governor, for the blacks to assemble
and elect one for themselves this custom
has been abandoned fur sveral ye::rs
but this late affair seems to have rrived
the old usage; especially as Gov. D.rr is
known lo have hern the leader of the
Rhode Island Abolitionists. There is u
fitness of things in reviving the old cus
tom in the person of Dorr." IJall'tlin.
Frind Ellis, this will not do, you must
take it back; such comparisons & insinti.
ationsarc incompatible with the character
of an intelligent and honorable editor, who
would earn' conviction to the minds of
Ills opponents by the fjree cf truth and
solid argument. When a combatant is
driven to the necessity of using such
weapensas these it is tinsc he should cry
out for quarters and surrender at discre
tion. It i' exceedingly strange that any
American, and especially a aafivs Amer
ican should raise hi voiee against the
suffrage party in Rhode Island. How
ever, it may be admitted with propriety
that Gov. Dorr is En abolitionist, that is:
that he is making powerful and success
ful efTnr1! 1o abolish vhiU shivery in
Rhode Island to abolish a British Char
ter, that has been forced upon a free peo
ple for half a century, the Declaration of
Independence and Constitution of the
United States, to the contrary not with
standing. There might be at least twen
ty thousand abolitinists of this sort raised
in the state of Mo. for the assistance of
Dorr whenever they might be i.eeded.
2jG E T tOUT O F THE WAY, or
the great Washingtcniaa Temperance
Car will run right plumb over you.
We learn that some four hundred per
sons signed the Weshingtonian pledge in
Hannibal and vicinity last week, while
Messrs. Porter and Selkirk were lectur
ing among them. They next visited
Louisiana, in this co., where on Thurs
day and Friday last, they were doing a
noble business. Many of our best citi
zens, who were given up as irretrieva
bly lost, have resolved to throw off the
yoke of bondage end be free men once
more. God grant the good work may
go on until there shall not be left a drun
kard in the world.
For the Radical.
Inoculation or Budding.
The proper season for inoculating fruit
trees lias now commenced, and will re
main during the summer months, or
whilst the sap continues to run freely,
and the bark separates readily from the
wood. From observation and some ex
perience in this art, the undersigned can
assure the public that very little benefit
may be expected to result from an at
tempt to bud large trees; but small ones,
having been set only two or three years.
If the owner dislike the kind of fruit, he
can change it entirely into that the most
desirable, with the most perfect case and
F or instance, you may take the Little
Frederick, (which, by the by produces
perhaps the most worthless apple now
known,) and change it into the richest
and most delicious of the Pippin variety,
the Romanite, the Milam, the Cheese
apple, or the Gennctting, &c. &.c.
The following method will enable any
farmer to perform the operation without
making any other preparation than that
mentioned. The buds you wish to in
sert must be taken from thriving slroots
of the present years growth, and after
they shall have assumed, at least on one
side, a reddish color; selected, of course
from trees of your own choice; provide
pliant strings cf lynn bark, that which
has been water-rotted is preferable or
woolen stocking yarn, moderately strong,
will answer very well. Select a smooth
I part of the branch or limb, say about
! three eigths of an inch in diameter, and
I niakc a cross cut through the bark, near
: hall an inch long; (the N. or E. side pre
j ferred. nut bting so much exposed to the
, sun; then from the middle of this cut
' make another down the slock, an inch
: and a half long; loosen the bark carefully
i with the pcint cf your knife on each side
I of the last cut, being particular not to
disturb the ssp on the surface of the
wood. Then take off the bud by inser
ting the knife half an inch above, and
Passing it down three quarters of an
inch biluw, so as to include a small por
tion cf the wood, which can then be ea
sily separated from the bark; then i:i(ror
ducethc end cf it into the opening in the
bark of the stock, insert the point cf the
fci.ifc near the lower end and pull gently
down till it fulls neatly into its place bc
Ir.w the cross cut, promoting the ease cf
the operations as much as posible by the
use of the fiisgf rs.
This being done, commence wrapping
with the strinejust below the cross rut:
passing several times round to the lower
i end of the upi ight incision on the stock,
omitting to Lind the bud. passing near it,
howexer. both above and below.
In about tw weeks the strings may b,.
removed, and if the bud has taken, the
whole will have a lively, rreen and
grow ing appearance. The branch may
then be cut off, some four or fne inches
above; observing not to cut off near Hial
newly inserted, under a year or two.
1 o render success more certain, tw o
or three buds may be put into each rin
cipal or leading branch cf the tree. For
the sake oi experiment the writer of
these remarks inoculated on the 3d and
S'.h of May, the present year, and they
appear to be doing well; but this is as
suredly too early fur common seasons in
tiiis countrj. Last year he tried from
the lOih of June, occasionally on to the
last of July; and, from notes taken to as
sist the memory, from the 10th to the 'JO
of June is the most favorable time; al
though, from seme unknown cause, the
J popular, and generally received opinion
i of the country upon this subject, appears
: to iiluce it about a month latter.
To tiie Voters oi Tike Counts .
I ULOW UHIl.1;.
I place my name before you as a can
didate for the responsible office of coun
ty judge, ut the next August election;
and as we arc not heard or I.eeded for
our much speaking, 1 deem it unneces
sary to say much on the subject. I have
been a resident of the county lor the last
ciehteen years, and I presume the most
of you are acquainted witli me at least
those of the old settlers. Uut I will say
this much: if I should be your choice,
my humble abilities bhall be exerted
to do my duty and mete out justice to all
raynesvillc M., June 4th, 1842.
Ftom the Missouri Reporter.
Saint Lolis Mau-ket, June 3.
There lias been very littie anima
tion in the market during the past
week, and we find it unnecessary to
make many alterations in our tables.
In consequ'ence of the near approach
of tlietlav for resmnp ion oi specie
payment's by the banks, tue m.:ncy
market is iu a very feverish state.
Citv and Countv Warrants have not
appreciated, and remain ata discount
ol f.om twelve to fin per cent.
They arc taken, however, by most
merchants, and by the butchers, at
par, though thev are not so current
Lsat the date of our last review.
Measu.es have been taken by. the
citv authorities, which will have the
cflect of appreciating the City War
ranis in a lew wwks.
Hour There have been but lew
sales during the past week. There H
but little demand ai quotations.
Grain Wheat meets with rendv
sitle at quotations. There is a fair
demand, and during the past week a
lew sales have boon effected fur ex
portation. lhmp. This article is in fair de
mand. A pood article readily brings
$4 00. The supply en hand is fair,
Hinging and Bale llo: There
has been no change in prices since
our last, though the demand has
lliilrs. Very few have arrived ol
late. The demand is good at quota
tions. Lard. Several lots have been
sold during ihe past week at quota
tions. The demand still continues
Jjfdd. Pier is in brisk demand, at
2 82 a ,v2 C5.
Si'!. Ground Alum sells on the
landing at .si 75 a yi K2.
Sugar. The general stock is fair,
though n p'in.e irti".lu is scarce. Our
quotations are corn el.
Tvbticco. The sales at the Ware-Lon-p
du Liiii the pa.-t week were as
C hhds. No, 1
"2 65 a 3 1 5
I 50 a 1 90
22 ' 2
12 " X
1 1 5 a 1 60
Tlieie is good demand for
Vlii A'";. Rt'Ctifed is worth on
the Levee. 17 a 171, raw 16a 17.
The sa'es during the past week have
been brisk. The demand is good
and stock on hand light.
Ex-Pucsipent Van Brm:s has lately
been on a visit to Ashland, the seat of
Henry ('lay. This is as it should be
it w ill show ihc world lhat political op
oncnls are not always personal enemies.
M 1 It IS 1 1: D,
In Hannibal on the 2.1 inst., by the
Rev. N. H. Downing, Mr. David" Me
Alistir, of this County, to .Mrs. Makia
C. MeWiLMAMS. of Marion.
On the 8th inst., by Waller Me-
Quie, Mr. Jc:in A. Yocni., of Louisia
na, Mo. to Miss Mahv Ann daughter
i'f Mr. Asa Manm:n, cf Montgomery
In Martharsvilio, on the Oih inst., by
Hev. Samuel Horrrrs. Mr. William Vf.
Ahavs. to Miss Emilv Jam; Blasd,
both of Varren County.
DIED In Dade County Missouri, on
thciMst May 142, William Wallace,
son if Th'.::aasand Susan Kerr, latu oi'
Pike County Mo Aged ! years 8
months and -3 Ja s.
j i n i o ts:s.
We r.ro authorized lo rnnounre As-
I nnrw Funcv. a eanili.lati for Judje of
the t'ounty Court of Pike County.
We are authorized to announce .Toii.n
: f. Ca vi ni:i.i., as a candidate for Judire
of the County Court of Pike County,
at the not August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr.
IIlxii v T . Mi nn, as a eoudidute for As
sessor, for Lincoln County, at the next
We are authorized to announce Tnos.
15. Wiiiti.lb'.i:, as a candidate to Rep
resent this County in the Lower IJranch
cf the Legislature at the next August
We arc authorized to announce Jami:s
A.RonniNs, as a candidate for Constable
for Cuivre Township, at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce James
Jamison as a candidate for tlie office of
Justice of the peace, for Calumet town
ship, at the next August election.
We are Authorized to announce Wm.
H. Cahholl, lis a Candidate for Consta
ble of PniHalu Township, at the next Au
We are authorized to announce Tnos.
Casu, as a Candidate for the office of
Assessor at the next August Election.
We are authorized to announce O.
S. Jennies, as a Candidate for Consta
ble for Cuivre Township at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce
Joll M. Weather ronn as a candidate
for Constable for Cuiver Township at
the next August Election.
3We are authorized to announce
Thomas II. Harbis, Esq. as a candidate
for tlie Sheriffalty in Lincoln County
at the next August Election.
:T?'We are authoized to announce
Jons II. Grim as a candidate for Con
stable for Cuivre Township, at the next
j. o. isroaeis:e,
BOWLI.YG CREEX, MO.,
Will attend the Courts of Pike, Lincoln,
and Pialls Counties.
May 28!1 842. 30
Drugs, Medicines, kc. i.c.
TflllK nndersigncil ore now rectivinrj, nnd
JL " will keep cor.tnntly on bund, at their
Drug Store, in lionliru; Creeu, a good sup
ply of freth Drns and Mediiiues, together
r.lIXTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, c.
which they will sell on accommodating
terms. II. G. K A A !1LS, i CO
Botvlin; Green, May 14, 142, 3
District Court of the United States,
For the District of ,Miouri.
In ti.e matter of Nuali Hci-h'v. On ti c
1,'tU day .if Mhj lJ, Noali la a!,
filed liis petition in the J, strict I onrt, lor
tlie benefit of tlie liunkrupt Ihw; Where
upon, it is ordered, that the otli ilaj of Sept.
1 ext be set for the b' unne niil petition in
said court, at the City of Jefferson, when
rind where all inlere-trd Diny htlrml, mill
slum- cause, if any they have, why the piay
( r ol the .aid petitioner should not not tie
Tet. JASON IIAKRJSON Oik.
Ci. TflRTKR, Sol.
by H. V. IioHINKON, Sol.
June 11. l-42. Bw3-2
Distn'ct Court of the United Mates,
For the District of Aliosouii.
In the matter of NOAH ATU'lN. On
th,- aOlhriay of .Mrtj 2, NOAH AT
KIN, filed his petition in tin; I)itiict Court,
for the benefit of the lUnkiupt Ihw; where
upon, it it ordered, that the 5th day of
Sept. next bn set for the hearing said peti
lion in saidConrt, nt I tie City of JeQeraon,
vi hen uud where all interested may attend
and show cause, if any they have, why
the ptyer of the pcti'ioner should not be
Tr-te, JASON I!Ai:i:I?UN, CleiL.
W . 1. Minor, Sol.
. M.. i'fi. l-4 t-t '!
G. W. MILLER,
ATTOHM1Y AT LAW,
JEFFERS0X CITY, MO.,
WILL attend, promptly, to ail applications
for the beiuftt of the Bankrupt Law, en
l-ll'ted to him, and can remit to persons,
per unit, all noccs::ry f..nn nnd instruc
tion, so that their buiiuem enn he attended
to bv uililre'inp hiin tiiiough the uieiliiuu ol
tlie mail, po-1 paid.
g X virtue and by authority of two
" Executions is-ued ffoTt the nfTice
-( ihe Clerk of tin; Cireii'v -Couit oi
the Countv ff l'il;e, in the Sftte ot
well, Jr. and ihe ether
iii I:. VOl t'i
Joseph Mr L-umlil.ui. aod both againt
James Fry, 1 have levied upon and
seized, all the rijht. tille interest and
daim ,.f the saul Ja-ne I ry, ol in
Utid tu t!;e folUiWing Ucal lst.ite, situ -
sell th saniL' ! ll.e lii-riet M.lder.
r i i , ... V - t
for csh iu lianJ, at t.ic t-o: t i.oue
d Kir in the town ol Howlum (:ieen.
on tl.e 30th day of June I 042. !o
tivcrn tiie ii'itirs ol 0 'ind 5 o'clock
of that ih'V. and during th tci.n of
Ci.i.uit Cmirt of s iid C.t;;itv
I ,!... tn siliiclV T.vpri:'ir,ii nnd
U M. PEXlX,S!;r
one 11. 1P42.
EN virluc and hy airin r:ly of an
" I'.Xt rt.ti-'Ii i.i:ed fioui the iH'-o
of ti.eCif'i k ol tho Circuit Court of
Vile (.' unty .Mismsri, hearing date
l o 7;h day of Jt r.c 1G42, in" favor
"f .1 Ill'S W. C;u::j In 1', and ai.':il!St
jeiij iinir; F. Piiiilip:, and to u e til
ncted, h ive h'vied upon and M-ize.l,
all the riu'lit. title aii-J in'erest of the
s;ili I'iilii) s. of ill atlil to I i.e follow
inr de-.ri!eJ lieal Etat', lo wi::
! rtol.iuidrcd atid fvelve acres o! land.
heiu'' part and paifi-l of the U'ane
o! -mA on which Er.kc Hal!", St'-nr.
resided at Lis d alii, arid l't'quenthed
hv s.itd Luke Hall", S; nr. to I. is son
l.i.ki- HjIT, J". for the hi-ro fa of his
ratid-nii Luke Hull", and M.hl by
liiu: the sai i last tneri'i' tied Luke
Ilnfli to siid IJerijamin V. Phillips,
and will sell the sam? lo ihf highest
hiddrr, tor cash in hand, at ti e Court
House d.i'.r in lhr t nvn of 15nv!in'
I ui.-1-n, in si:! i Coi:i:ty i( Pike, on the
301 1 1 i iv of June 1 G-S J. between the
hoi. is i 9 and 5 o'clock of said d:i ,
and dm in!; the temi of the Circuit
Court of said Cout ty of Pike, to sat
isfy said ExtTii'iioii arid r:l co'is. !
W.V. PEXIX,.S?.tri!T. 1
Jii'iC 1 1 , 11)4;
Vn V MVT arid OCiri'' Ifl SlttO (UiniV utrcasnu, i .ia;i rxpiu-Q 10 i-uuiic sine, uciore l.v if.t t 'i'i ii S',T7rri nil
,, . ,. . r;. , I -ilondav ifce 2..h dnv ol June . ... '-r.een i ,
L.tir. of Si'i'tion A;1. 2j, 1 "'.vrrryr, ,,, , - ,.ro . r ..... ,;,!,,: r. 1 :rtet. .d. in and to lie
Y 53, llan''e No. 2 Wi st. and will during tlie term of said Circuit Court, tut ful-1 f'!, .-.., V.-rA F.sla'r. to wit: Lot
SIlEillFE'S ."SALE. teim oi i:. Circuit Court oi said
I N virtue am! by authoiity of Uvo ,-'""' '" --ly l;;-
Executions issued from the ollice 'fon and all costs.
if the Clerk of the Circuit Court of XV'vJ i'EXlX, Shei iff.
i'lke county iMissouii. one in lavor ol
Joseph iMcLatiohhin, hearing date irie
1 1 1 1 , n , 1 . !. . . 1. -
in day 01 june aim uir ouirr
in favor of John Si lweil, bearing date
the Cth day of Julie 1842, both a-,
o.iinst James Fry. and to me direct-
ed, I have levied upon and seized, all
ihe ripht, title and interest of the s.-id
FiV, of in and to ihe followino
.:i.j 1? l.-;n....nl i-..,ir.n
scuueil li.e,il inline, ij iii.i; nun neni;
s-aid last mentioned Luke II;in now
Harriet Fry, wife of said Jans Fry,
and will sell ihe same to the highest
bidder, for cash in hand, at the Court
House door in the town Bowling
Green, in said County of Pike, on
the 30th day of June 1842, between
tho hours of 9 at.d 5 o'clock of said
day, and during the term of the Cir
cuit Court of said County ot Pike, to
satify said Execution and ail costs.
WM. PENIX, Sheriff.
situate in said County ol Pike. to wit: Uiud clay 01 Jia lol.', 1 nave levie.l , anJ i)e,niI itI tile saij " y "
Two hundred and ivselve acres ol '. iipou and seized all the rigiit. title, in- vi. ,iie VV qr Qf ' "l- 1
land, being the same which was be-1 teiest and claim of the said Etnil Ala!-!StH.t oS T. No r', v "lpT'f
(tuealhed bv Luke ILiil", Senr. to his lenctuodt, of, in and to ihe lollowing j We-t, t '' mi ,, ', ,
son Luke IL.fT, Jr., for ll.e benefit of! real estate situate lying and boing in ,.. iii)i!e, -f " w ell to the h.gi.
Ibirriet llulV. the Dautihter id" ihe ihe County of Pike and State of Mis- .., Ijr ,,!ns" '0 hand, at Ul.-
j STATE OF MISSOURI, m.
. I County of Pike.
In the County Court, M.ty Term. A V.
Fjnnv llenK Aciwiiii'iratrix of ti.-
ofj'i-huil lienly, 't i ef;
ron. I i
l.or petition riiying that I
oi haiil liii: r, Ci, i:i:iv he itvil!
the real estate n,v be oid for th pi.vn.ei.t
of debts, nn.l ,,! oetiti,,,. i, ,.re,, ,,or,.,i.;I!
by a true account of snid adiiiitiftftintion
" " r
li't of tlie debts doe to nd hy Ihe deceaetl,
and remaining unpaid, mid mi inientory of
tiie renl estate, nmj of the remaining person
al estate with its apprni'ed value, nnd all
other assets in her hand, tlie whole unpaid,
bv the ntTidav it of snid udminislrntrix. It
is therefore ordered, that all persons inter
ested in said estate, be notiued of said pe
tition, nnd thut unless the contrary lie
hnwn, on the fir-t day of the next Term of
this Court, no order will be made for the
snle of the following real csliite. lying in said
County of Pike, viz: the Jf. W . j nnd Ihe
W. i of the S K i -ection 7, T. 5: N., It .
4 V., rontiiininp 1J9 acres and seventy-six
one hundred .h': the S. W. i and the E i N.
W. i section JM), T. ,11 N , K. '1 W.t cou-tiiitiiu-
140 acres and Iweiity-ciht oie huu
dredihs; and Ihe K. 1 S. li j section 7, T.
31, N , li . 4 W., roiitaiiiin ciirhty acres, or
so much of said reul etnle a will pay the
fie!. I of uiJ deceased, ai il that thisnrrierbc
liohli'lied fir six week in soiue ULW4.t;ier
in thi stAiv.
A true cpy of Ihe record.
Teic: A. II UCCKNER.CWk.
In 4. 1"12. f.:tl
.Siii:Kli''f .S fiALb.
IN virtue ..nd bv authority of cn Execution l" 'all ve-1 uarler ol wtion o. d, 1 .
issued from the office of the Clerk of the 52' K- 3 "est: 'd the east 1.2 of the ulh
Circuit Court of the Countv of Pike, in the ' c"st I'' of section No. 31 of same town
Slate of Missouri, bearing date the 10th day 1 sll,I M, d '"" nd will proceed to sell the
of May 1842, in favor of Levi Pettilione, and """'"to 'e highest bidder for cash in hand, at
against James D. Tisdalo and Hiram G. Kd- ! Court :ioU!-e d,,or in ,he lown of B""linC
wards, I have levied upon and acized all the , c,ree'. " ",d County of Pike, on the 28th day
right, title, interest and claim of the said i ofJuno 18 !2. between the hours of 9 anil 5
James IJ. Tisdale. of, in and to the following 'clt"'k "I said day, ai d during the Term of
Keal Estate, situate Iving and being insjid thB ( "cu" Court of said County, to satisfy
Cour.ty of Pike, to wit: Lets No. 163. 1G4 and w,d txeculion, and all costs. .
4S, wi'h nil the improvements thereon, in the i W 31. PEN1X, SherifF
town of Dowting Green, and the S. K. 1.4 of' Jg? 1542. 33I
the N. W . nr. of section 19, T. 53 X., R. 3 W.,
and will sell the same to the highest bidder for :
cash in hnnd, at the Court House door in
town of Howling Green, on the 3'lth dry of
June, is 12 between the hours of 9 and 5
o'ciock ol that dav, and du.ing Ihc term ol the
Circuit Court of said Coc.ty of Pike, to satis-
fy said Execution und all costs.
WM. PE.XIX. ShrrOT.
June 4. lr4i.
.M.KIl' r v o.ii.ii.
5 "uanreo, auorncrolinoLireuUCourti
' a, ofTimmLj fj.
; ker uud wil.-, a the heirs of Austin Almond
lowing descrild Keal E-talo, lying in said
Countv of Pike, vc7: S. L. or. seel. 36, T. 5-1.
R 5 w colit.liais ,;e iunirt;li fift
aeres mure or lee; tlie IV. 1
Mire or lee; tlie W. 1-2 S. V. 14 sect,
3i, T. 5 !, I
i l lt. 5, containing ?0 acre,; the
V nr. Heel. Jl. I. .it, . o V. eon.
4U acres, and Ihe N. L. quarter, N. VV.
f.. 1 4
tuiiiiiKT 4 I srrps. ann I id l. K. niti.rlr.r
q--. sect. 1, '1.53, K. 5 W. conuiinins about
4! icres. rcservms lliu quantity of 'seventy
two aeres, a-i"iied as iloiver to aney At
; mond, the widow of snid Austin Almond de
ceased, and bounded as follows: commencing;
at tlie N. W. comer oftho S E. qr of sect 3li, ;
T. 51. 1:. :. ty. ti.-nces. loo pole., thence E.
thencc webt lo thu daco of be i,rmti!g. 'j tie
4.hive l,:of: uiii he sold on a crcoil of twelve
hi"iii 1, tito purchaser fciviug bond wilii cp.
proved pervoiia! security fur ll e payuient of llio
WM. FEXIX, Sheriff.
June 1. lt-12.
Hi. lilt- f .'i
f. viit.it; nn.l I
. 1 . . .
A viritii; an. I l.v i:utiiintv I t.n'ii
siuii iron, tl.i: oi:i::e
of the (.ink of the Circuit dun l of
in M.ui yj. i ii,., 111 11, u ,t i it: )l ; (
1 ,s mri, t'earuiL! Uate tlie Ijoi il.ivr!
01 ..taivii, loi.', in iiuor fu .lames.,
('I ilii'ti, Adu.inistianr of Benjatjiin ,
ljuriralt;" , and a'am.-t Joel Cani'i-
hc.l and U l.liam Cl.ll ton, i have levi-j j -.., p.;,, . h(.u, fl.me j sajj
tdupon and sL-.7.cda!l ll.e r.ht. file, ;ci:n.v ,;f u,- i(, j: tho r;.E.icf
Mitcreat and claim ot tue sa.d Camp-1 ,,, N; vv . , se(.,;I1 2Gaa(
Led and Cl;i.tou,oI, m and to the lol- j tr:e S. . f Vit . rr. 0fsec
lo.Mng Ileal Estate, to wit: Lot No. . ,ion vt). o,. ,,.;, :n Townshio No.
1, v. il;i a
arge brick Storehouse j
ihercou; lot No. 'j'3, and lot Ni
. iiii a i.ue naiiita nouse meieon, :
MM ail III li.t? loUii Ol ljOUl-l.llUl, in
s.od County of Pil.e, and also lwo
.eio intii, or.e about twenty-five
aiiU tiie uiher atioui tiiliieeu ears
uhi, ainl seli iho muiic to tiie hill-
et Lium r lol" cash in h..;.J, at t;.e
Couit I louse door
liowiia; Gitcii, -a the 2?t'i day of
J.l'.lO ID'lJ. bttUttil li.L- iii MOS III 0
a..d j o clock ol ihut d ; y, and dui'ini.
Jf.ne I. ?,42. 3 v-. 3 1
SllEilirE ;S SALE
r? "" . -... i... .. . t, ... 1 .. r -. 1;
, e ... '"-"" L ,
" ecuuon isu d lr.ua t:io ohjee ol
tiie Cieik oi' the Circuit Court of ihe j
j County ot Pike, in tlie .Slate of Mis-1
; soun, and io me duvc'.ed, ia fiv..r of
.James Chilton, Ada. inistrator uf Een-j
de-!jamin Uin bridge, and against Eu.d
I f 'i ! ! 1 i.f ! 1 1-1 iii t - .".ii.l lu.Mi-hi.r lit.. H. 1
- ...w .
soun, town: Lots Ao. 14 and 227, ' ,,. 1;. ' 1110
ia the town of Louisiana, and will aVli i , - ,V' ' r"cn' a 2L'th of Jar"
tiie s.une to the highest bidder lor I , J- lt?wcn '-rie hours of 0 and 5
cash in hand, at ti.e Court ll'.u-el" V"! t'u'1 di4.v; and during tt.
door in the town of Bowling ijveci,, r ' ,C,rcu,t -Co,rt r,f sa: i
ia County .f Pike, on "ihe 27th 1 r'1 y,'"":;' to sntl(r 8a,d s'
houisol'9 and 5 o'clock oi that day ! V U" 1 LMS.
and during the term of the CireJit ! - P " 1 C4' -3lV
Court ol said county ol" Pike, to satis-1 D r'rrS' .
fy said execution nrfd all costs. I HAMNn located thc village af
WM. PENIX, SheriiV. !
Jur-.f 1, IS 13,
SHE!: IFF SALE.
TN virtu") anj by authority of an Ejection
j ifite'' ro-- o. ofTjir r'o, C!lt cf the
( irrnii C1..1 ..t 1 n: c ;, . bear
ing i. He ilv 1.1 li :.! i.:' "!arc '., !: invar
1 J.m.i J. Lot: turn. rd : ' Wiilmai
1 Wright, fior5 V. ViigM. e:.ri Hezek'bb A.
! Lv.A, b.M d.rec-ted I hnvt levied rpnn
! 'Ciz'd the ng .t tule and mlerrr.t of tU
! 1. ,M .-!.f f n ... I..I:. if. V.r...
ing dcpcr.'bt-'d Keal Kstote, to wit: part ot lot
No. 15, in Ihrl town of Asliley, innaid eounly of
Pike, being' the .'awe deoced bv en id James j.
liouliam to suid V .t. Wright, 60 feet In ul Ly
120 feet hack; also pai-' of lot No. 26, in suid
town of Ashley. 122 ftet front, on Fullnu a ,
j by b'U feot back, linir the sa."1' deeded by O.
C. M. Parson and wile to said M. ripiil,
and will sell the came to the liiglisst tidder.
for cash in hand, nt Ihe Court Mouse doer, in
the town of Howling Green, ill said County of
Pike, on tlie yih day of June, 1642, between
the hours of!) o'clock A. M. and 5 o'clock P.
M. of said day, mid during the Term of the
Circuit Court of said County, to satisfy said
Execution and all conte.
WM. PENMX, Sheriff.
June 4, 1842 3w3i
IN virtue and by authority of an Execution
issued from ihe office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the County of Pike, in the
State i.f Mosouri, bearing dalo the 20th day ot
April, IH'J, in favor of Piesssnt J. Davis and
Solomon K. Moxly. and against Sturaiau Ken.
ser nnd lo me directed. 1 have Jevied upon and
Feized, all the right, title, interest and claim
of Ihe said Kenser, of, in and to the following
described real estate lying and being situate in
sjid countv of I ike, lo wit: the aouln west 1-4.
! I v" 1 ;je tvo Executions iVsued
j from ihe office of the Clerk of the
i -- from ihe office of the
Circuit Court of the Countv of Pike,
! .1 4j. . r r- '
i " !- tV-.i- ?'I,SS0U"' 0ne f:'-vor
j of W idiam Ihisess, and atrainst Jchtl
if; r.-,j. ,,,i,, j
;ri.cr ar,d I'.iit!ievv Given?, and
o-hf-r ii, f.iyor of Thomas Mc-
jQiieen. Athuini-trafur ik lonis non of
,f f Wi!r(lf, Swain, tleceas-
ecJ, an -ainst J-!-n Carter, Thorn-
, ;.s Maekr.v and Satnutl Tepiicr, I
j - . ,,ft fraftic
1 ' . '. -,
, thrreon, and lot 1 -'U w
with a large
i I'.i 'n 1. Dwelittf lloi.se li.ere
eiMtf' House li.eieon, on iu
IT . ! . . II .
j ;lt, ,.,.., f C'l ,;ksvilie. in said CoUD
. T, , , ,. ,, ,
I tV ol Pike, and V. .11 i-fcli the same, tt
(the highest I iililr-r, for rash in hand,
I P. ,jlt. (:,,rt I 'onse i! Or. ill the town
..f I) iwhru fir ut:. on the 2?di day nt
June. 1 34 2. t'eUvefll lie hours ul l
;, 5 , " ,,fi lit" t'llit d"V. and dliriiu;
. nr , ,h? Cir. nit Court of mid
r ..... n.: . .....-.... ;. Tv,,.
l.Ii V in 1 Int. L'.L'JiV J'.tu AJ.'.lt-
'.h'!l and :.ii C"t's.
s'M. P7.X3X. Sheriff.
Jm 4. 1C42. 3.vl
TY vititif ar, I authority "Ian Ex"
ctitioa iM:-d from ihe r-irn1 of
ie Clf " k of the C-ii f uit Court of Pike
r,,nt,- t c. ,1ob it,
j ;n j "v ,,f April, lS4;.Cin favor of
nd. a! d to t::c di refit J, I have Ic-
i'fi upon ai'ti t:?ize:i, a i tl.e rigni, u
e an I itio re-t of tlie s od Bland, of.
in :! .1 t . f, it 'n-.ein f A ri.-r-riprl 1?nnl
53 n. 3 West; also t!-.e Wen half of
me I . ctnrtt r ot ?oclnn Ao. 28,
-p n 'rs
conlainins in all
1 CO acres.
1 the s.une inore or less,
o.ii - ii; :: !i ti.e same to ne mniiesc
' hiiliif-r, f:rcnh in hand, r.t t!:e Court'
; House iloor in 'he town of Bowling
IGiet-is. in saui County of Pike, on lhi
"1st day r' Junf lS'i-2. between the
i horns ot 9 mid j o'clock of said day,
' .in,! durit:'.' the term of the Circuit
Court o'V.id ('..utity of Pike, to salis
fv Eef'-i.tion an.l all costs.
' WM. PEXIX, SherirT.
j .Tun" 4. 1042. 3wr,i
I f"X virloc and by authority f on
5 - exvr.cioii, !:.s,:?'i from theofJifreof
j tlo- 1 1, rlt nth.; Circuit Court f Pi'r.
. '- ' ' . .
couutr, m.'h-.Siute cl Missouri, hear-
7tv, jav uf ,av J84 .
t j- Waiter AI. Vatfcer in
net v. ,..;cj. CanaiMitv Vh-n
c"v;t,,j and sei.i-d ail 'the Thr
nif. j.,Jpr,,st nr.d' claim of lr j
..,,r;c.. Can,uhtv nf my ? 'ft!
' , " ' . "Id tO tbe
Astl-T; .e prompt attentwr. :n
;anv call ya ,he Hnc pf i-s Profesi rr..
e-it.'itr. si: 1 -
May 7, 1842.