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EZKA HI NT,
LEVI PETTI HONK,
f. P. ROBINSON.
May , t-ii. -
Administrator's Sale f ll:al Estate.
TN pursuance of an order of the Tike
County Court, made nt the May
Term, 4'2, the undersigned Administrator
dc bomi non of the Ei-tate of William X. Al
len, deceased, will expose to sale, licf'iircthe
Court IIoue ilnor, in tlie tnwn of Howling
Oreen, on the first day of the next August
Term of tlie County Court, for said enmity,
the following Heal V.-tnte of said deceased,
vit: the S. W.J of sect 13, T. M N., K. 2
West; also ten acre? adjoining the above,
on the west end of S. K. qr. ufquaiter sect
13, tame town'aipan.l range; also the K. i
S. E. qr. sect. 11, same range and township
at above; also 40 acres, rcing N. W. J of
the S K. qr. ect. 14. fame township nH
ranee, all being in the said County of Pike
The terms of sale will he one hall" cash in
hand, the remainder aynh!e in 12 months
from day of nle, ar.l bearing six rer cent
interest from sale till paid, the purchaser
giving bond with approver) personal sccuri'
ty, for the payment thereof.
" JOHN K. ALLEN, Adiu'r, de boms non,
May 14, 154?. 4w 23
Administrator Sale of Heal F.slah:
N pursuance of an order made at the May
JL Term, 1S42, by the County Court of
Pike County, the undcrs gncd Administra
tor of the estate of William McDannold,
deceased, will eNpose to sale, before the
Conrt House door, in the town of Danville,
in the County of Montgomery, on the first
day of the next July Term of the Circuit
Court, for said County of Montgomery, the
following described Heal Estate, lying in
said County of Montgomery, vii : the N. i
N . W . qur : sect. 4, T. I'.l N., R. 4 W.. con
taining ninety two acres thirty-three and a
half one hundredths: the W i S. W qr.
sect. 33, T. 00 X., It. 4 West, containing
eighty acres, and the E. qr. sect. 32, T
50 S.t K. 4 West, containing one hundred
and sixty acres. The terms of sale will be
a credit of 12 months, the purchaser giving
bond with approved personal security for the
purchase money, and bearing six per cent
interest from day of sale till paid .
NEWTON MvDANXOLD, Adiu'r.
May 14, Ia42. 4t 2?
I.N. BRYSGH, &C0.
TJAVE jii't received per. Steamer ELI-
JLJ. ZA. direct from AEIV OHLE.1AS.
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
Lonf Sugar, Spires, Pepper, Dye Stuff's,
Molasses, Tar, Mackerel, Sperm-Candies,
Nails Wines, &.C.. &.O. Which they Mill
ell low for
or to punctual men. Advances of the above
t the lowest CASH prices will be made on
Tohacco for Shipment .
Louisiana, April, 2.1 Is 12.
FllIIC second annual meeting of the rueui-
JL hers of the Pike County Agricultural
Society will meet in the town of Rowling
Greco, on the first Saturday in June next
for the purpose of electing officer?, and np
pointing Judges to act on the dar of the fair.
N. B. It is requested th.it the members
generally will attend, and all others who fell
an ialert in tliesoeietv.
i. T." HUDSON, Scc'y
Muy 14, 1S4 . JJS
Adnunstrulor's Sir nf Valuable
TN pursuance of an order of the County
-1 Court of Pike County, made nt the last
May Term thereof, I shall expose to sale,
on a credit of twelve months, the purchaser
giving Bond with approved personal si curi
ty, before the Court lloiie!,ior, in the town
of Bowling Green, on tiie first day of the
next June Trrm of the Circuit Court, Four
Liktty A'tgrorg, belonging to the estate of
Solomon rislicr, deceased
JOHN K. FISHER, Adm'r,
with the will annex. -d.
Ma 7 14, 1-12. : 2S
Fl A L SETTLE M EN T.
IHpIIE undersigned administrators of
the estate of V m. Richards
deceased, late of l'ike County Mo.
hereby give notice to all creditors
and others interested in said estate,
that they intend to make a final set
tlement of said estate, at the next
Aug. term of the County Court of
WM. RICHARDS, Ex'rs
Mav 7th 1842. 4t.
THE undersigned Executors will offer at
Public Auction, on a credit of twelve
months, on Friday, the 10th day of June,
1S42, at the late residence of Joseph Wright
deceased, six tailes south of New London,
on the road leading to St. Charles, nil the
personal property thereto belonging, consist
ing in part of the following, to wit: Four
teen head of Horse;, 10 Cowt and Calves,
20 or 25 bead of young Cattle, 40 head of
Sheep, one first rate Wheat Fan, one Cook
ing Stove, a few Fanning Utensils, one set
office Chairs, Bed &. Bedding, a lot of Hogs,
one large Mule, household Furni'.ure A.C.
with many other articles. Sale to com
mence at 9 o'clock precisely, and contue
from day to day, until all is sold.
JOHN A. WUIGHT, ) . . ,
CO It BEN BENN, $ Aa,D "
with the will annexed.
May 3, IS 12. 30
Flour at Cincinnati on the Mil inst.
sold at $4 06 a .$4; and of whiskey
at 12! a 1.1 cents. '
"H L'ST received on consifrnment, and
' fi r sale low for C.1WI OXLY.
lfjO Lids. Kenawha Salt, of superior
quality, in first rale Mils.
K. & I). DRArEll.
! May 7th, 1S12 27
1 S hereby given that I slinll on the lh day
A of June next, at the lute lesidrnre of
I'ol.ind liuibridge, lute of P:ne County, de
ceased, on the waters of Buffalo Creek, in
said courty, offW for sale, at public vandue,
the personal property of which said Pur
bri!g died possessed. The sale will take
pi, ice between the hours of 9 and (i o'clock
ofsnid Sth day of June next. The terms of
sale will be, fur all snms of three dollars or
under, cash; for all sums over three dollars,
a credit of twelve months will he given, nnd
the purchasers note with approved security
will he required. Alio, nt the snme time
and place. -the Slaves belonging to the E
tale of said deceased, will ho hired until the
J llh dav of December next. There is one
m:n and three women, and some smaller.
The terms of hiring will be made known
on the day.
JOHN LINPSEV, Adm'r.
May 14, l-c42- a.v2-!
. lJmiiti.slr!lor's Sale of Real Estate.
FV virtue of an order of the County
y Court of Pike County, made at the
Mav Term Is J2. the undersigned Adminis
trator nnd Administratrix of the Estate ol
James Culbertson deceased, will expose to
public snle before the Court House door in
the town of Bowling Green, on the first day
of the next June Term of the Circuit Court,
for said Count v of Pike, the following ile-
sciihed Real Estate, lying ill the nfirsaid
County via: SE i Section 27. T. M N.
ft 2 W, containing SO acres, and the S E i
N E nr. sect. 27, same Townshsp and
Range, nnd the E J S W of said N E j
section 27, containing in all one huudred
and fortv acres more or less.
The above land will be sold on a credit
of 12 months, the purchaser giving bond
ith personal security for the purchase
money, bearing interest at the rate of s:x
percent from day of sale.
JAM-.l l l.llr.i; i M., Aclmrx.
WILLIAM D. GRANT, Adm'r.
Mav 2J, 1J-12. 4w H.
VVIJLISHELs IS ST. I.Ol'lS MO.
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March the 2G, 1 f!4 2. V. Ei.us.
THE UNGLE SAM.
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IXMli AMI JOB l'KINTINC!.
" Kills ol Exchange,
t in nlars,
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FAKCY & ORVAMENTAI. PRINTING
Will bo done promtly, and on reatonahle
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TI1K R.WTC.1I. OFFICE.
Micrin 'n, i
STATE OF MISSOURI, ) ss
Conuty of Pike. $
In the Pike Cirmit Couit, Missouri,
February t'rm, 11'J.
David Ciiny, Cuinp't
vs j- Bill in Chaureiy.
George Stone, Dofn't J
You the said de tL-iidiint, are hereby noti
fied that nt the last term the said com-'
rilninant. bv L I'oiter solicitor, filed
jl.is hill accompanied by lii alSdavit that
I vou are a non re lent of thU State, to
obtain the specific execution of a contract
I in writinircxecnted bv vou for the sale to
him of the following described '.", lym?
in said county, vii: E. i of N- W. qr. S.
M T ."W K 4 West; the west 12 of N E i
S 10 T .r)-l it 4 W. The W i of N w qr S
9 - - S w i of N K qr Section fi and the
South Ea-t lourth of N w fourth SictionO
T 51 It west, containing in nil !:21 acres.
And it is ordered t! at you the said de
fendant he and appear before the said court,
on the first day of its next term, to be be
gun i nd behl at the Court lions ill Bowling
Gr.-en in snid county en the forth Monday
of June next, ami answer said bill, or the
same will be t:ike ins confessed, and the
piayertlierenf will hedcrrri.il accordingly;
and it is oidered that a copy of this order
be published in smnr newspaper in this
State for eight weeks successively, the last
insertion to be nf least fmir weets before
the commencement of the next term of this
court, to which said cause is continued
A truo copy froit. the record.
Attest. S. P. KOBINSON, Cleik.
March, 2Cih, 1842 3w.
STATE OF MISSOURI, f ?s
County of Pike. j '
In the Pike Circuit Court, Missouri,
February Term, 1-12.
Nicholas Murrnv nnd wife, PllTt. ) ?
VS. I " f.
Heirs of John Owens Di fs. 3"
VlV iitthis.lnv the said petitioners pres-
J cut their petition to the court, the
uatue and object of which is, that John
Oweu, deceased, seized of IliO acres of
land, lying iu the comity of Pike, on nhirl.
dower has been assigned to bis willow, and
at the title of said land e-ted in he said pe
titioner Hester .V in the defendants, William
Emily and Dulcina Owens, and John, Beiry
('., Kiel, anl and Talitha Owens, the lust four
of whom are Mine ii 'i.liiiH of this State,
and that the title of all said j .irli s iu said
and is now vested in i-aid Juiin Owens, ex
cept t.i-.t nf the siiid Hi 'fer, William and
Emiiy, ln.d praying paritinu of said laud
acrordiug to the rights uf ti e parties.
You the said none resiil(.,t deielidaitts,
de notified that unless you be and n; j ear
ttlure the mid court, on the fir-t iliiv of
Ihc ufxt term, to In !,igeii and bi d at tl.e '
Court Hoiim' in Bowling Green, en tl ,e j
fuuth Monflay 'n June next, am! ansertl:e
said petition the tan.C will be takeu ascon
fessed against vou, uml that this oid ci be
published Recording tu law. A"d this!
cause is conmuid.
A true copy of thcoidrr.
Te.t. S. P. ROBINSON, Cleik
March 2lilh. 1 12M
STATE OF MISSOl iil, ;
Warren Count. ' ' '
Count- Court, February Term, I-12.
Daniel P. I!ni.b.i.d Admi-i'trator i f tl.e
Estate of llenjandn llulri.c sun, Jr. iircM.
couies into Court anil pri-si-nts his petition
scMtug firth that tin ic i iml .nj'irii nt
perruual r state of .aid di ceased to y:t In,
d. !.ts, and praying f.ir the sale i f I he rea
e-tatc ol said drieu-ed, l..r the nurpoe ;
in p.i, iii b.iiu iii-iii-, w mi, it sain jTiiiiui i,
accnuqiaiiied by an exhibit of hi- admin
i trntimi acrortlin; to law, and fhereii on,
it is nrtli red bvtlicCoiirttli.it all persons
iii'iT.-ti'd in taiil esfato be notified that un
let goi.i! eaii'e to the enntrarv he shown
on or before the first tiny of the next term
of this Court, an o.dt r will he made to sell
the Smith En-t quarter uf Smith Ea-t quar
ter of Section No. :il, and the Smith We-t
qr. of Smith West qr. of Section No. :i2,
both in Township No. 47 of Kalian No. 1
We-t, and each tract containing 4U acres,
or so much thereof as will be sufi'ii-icnt
to pay the di hls of -aidileceasetl. And
it is Outlier ordered hvsaid Couit. that aid
Admit, i-trator give notice of this npplica-
won ni coruing .0 law.
STATE OF MISS'oFLI, 1
erren t i.unty. SS.
i riT . i i r .. . Time of lhtircrii.
I, Eli arter, leik of the niiiity ( t.nrt TI,Ar . , i i i
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In the Circuit Court of Lincoln Conn- they can begot out here, and antici-
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.Sinar Johnston, by her next friend. 1
i. j. uorhax, lyomp t. j;iii m
V. Johnston, Defen't. J fordivorce
TV OW here comes the complainant
by her Solicitor, and it apperin!'
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 sue-'
cesMvely, the last insertion to be at
least four weeks before the next Ju
ly term of this Court, that said Com
plainant has filed her bill of com
plaint against him for a divorce from
the bonds of 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 at 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 against him.
A true copy.
Test. F. PARKER .Cleik.
April: , I84.'.-Sw.
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('unit fif rlnineerr at tlie afuresrr.l Term.
uliieli pi t.tion is vrififtl hy tl.e niH Iiivit of
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with ton S'mi.l (lefen fniit ami r'.at nl
t'nurt hns onlere,! that unless y appear in
mm v ouu m u next Term to l,e hecnn
anil l.eltl nt the Couit House in shi.I county
ito nr.imi ..ioimhto! nrl July, ami
answer nnl petition nccoriiin to law,t!ie
same will be taken f..r confrssJ cbHinst
Test. KM t'AKTKR, Clerk.
Jos-.h It. Wells, solicitnr for petitioner.
April -M l-'.r fit.
In tlie Circuit Court of Lincoln
County, Missouri March Term. 184 J
n.soN liAitKFii Comp't.
11 II Ol l W'lT.rt..
ii.-".-, .1 lilt j
Davih Tuummm. Defen'tss 1
JV"( W here comes the comphiinant
by his Solicitor, and it appear
ing to the satisfaction of th" Court,
that the defendant David Tnrnham
is ,i iivii-iiMinni ni misstate. It is
thereupon ordered by the Court, that
said defendant Turnham be notified
by a publication of thisorder, to made
in foiiio newspaper printed in this
State, for eight weeks sueessivel v. the
last insertion to be at least' four
weeks before the next July Term of
this Court, that said complainant hns
filed his bill of complaint against him
and William Wilson to set aside the
title of said Wilson, made "to him bv
said Turnham in and lo the S. W'.'i
ot the S. W. quarter of Section 3
T. 50, It- 'J E. of the .ntl. ..rir,..:. !
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 dav ol tl-P n r. v
term, to be begun nnd held at the
Court House in the tow n of Troy in
and for Lincoln county, on the theird
Monday in July next, nnd answer
said bill of Complainant, or the some
will be taken for confessr.fi
. - "1111131
mm. A true conv.
Test. F. PAltlCl'l? -!....
April 9, 184 2.-8 w.
At this Office, a boy of indust,iu, and
te.dy habit., as a,, apprentice to karn the
The American Laborer.
Under the above title the subscri-.j
hers will publish on the 1st of April,'.
1842 and on the 1st of each succeed
ing month, a Magazine of Facts, Ar.
gument?, Statistics, Speeches, Edito-'
rials, &c &.c. devoted exclusively
to the advocacy and defence of the
policy of Protection to American
Labor against the selfish and grasping
policy of Foreign Nations, especially
of those with which we chiefly trade, '
which shut out of their ports the ;
great bulk of our products, and espc-
cially those of our Free Labor, ,
while they glut our markets, bank
rupt our Merchants, depreciate our
currency and famish our Laborer!
and Artisans by pouring in upon us
the products of their skill and indu
try, on the easy terms proffered them
by our low and non-Prod Jctive Du
.ies. This Magazine will inflexibly
nnd ardently advocate the true
American Pilicy ol c ountfrvailijiij
those gross exaction ol Great Britain
nnd other Nations by a system of
direct, avowed Protfxtios to ovk
IIomk I.vi'L-sTav which shall be thor
ough and elhccnt.
The Amkhicax Larokfr will affirm
and maintain 'he policy of encour
aging and fostering by wise legisla
tion the establishment and growth
in our country of new or yet feeble
branches of Industry, such as the
Culture of Siik, the Manufacture of
whatever fabrics of Wool, Cotton,
Iron. .' may be necessary for the
supply of onr own wants and to se
cure and perfect our Independence.
It will demonstrate that the true
and permanent interests of but espe
cially of ti e Agricultural and Work
ing Classes universally, will be iofali
bly ac.i) signally promoted by adopt
ing and carrying out the Protective
Policy, and that the Wajjesof Iibor,
the average price of its Produce, and
the aggregate Product of the Nation
id Industry, will be surely and large
ly enhanced thereby. In short this
work is intended to form a complte
text-book fr the friends of Protec
tion, t rd a thorough refutation at
every point, of the pernicious falla
cies put fotth by the foreign and mis
guided American npolozists for the
poliry of i-ni-si!ed Free Trade.
T!;e Avi.iiii.iv Laborer will be
published monthly in a large octavo
Virm, ea-.h number containing 32
lari double column parses of closely
printed matter. Each number will
contain one great Speech, Report, or
other convincing document, and a
vari"ty of shorter articles. The
work will form one complete nnd
comprehensive volume of 334 large
and fair p ge?, and will be afforded
to single sut scril r rs for scrtnttJivf!
cents each, three copies for .$2,06 five
copies for .9-3,00, nine copies for
Nj.CO, or twer.tv copies for .10,00.
The lowest possible price has been
fixed in order that its circulation may
be rendered universal, should the
work receive the approbation cf the
The Several Home Leagues, Agri
cultural Societies. Mechanic's Asso
ciations and iudvidual friends of Pro
tect ii.iu thioughout the Country are
earnestly solicited to aid us in exten
ding the circulation of the The La
borer. GREELEY & McELATII,
30. Ann-st. New York.
New-York, March 4. 1842.
"JVTOTll'F. is hereby given, that the under
ll tigueil have olitaine l of the Clerk of
the County Court of Raits county, letters
testamentary en the will nf J nines Leake,
ileccusei!, chiteil .Vny 16lh,A. D. 1?4C, that
nil persons indebted to said estate are re
sisted to make immediate payment. All
persons having claims against said estate,
are reiiiefrd to exhibit them properly an
Ihenticiiteil, within nue rear from the data
of mid letters or they may be precluded
from bavins nny henfil of said estate, and if
not exhibited withiu three years, they will
be forever barred .
JOHN II. LKAKK, )
t.FO I.. HARDY JE"cuto,,
May. SI, 14'.. ?"L
A D M I X 1STK ATOliS NOTICE.
OTICE i hereby given that the na-iltu-signr,)
h,, taken out letter of Ad
ministration 011 the estate of William Pulis.
deceased, hcnriiif. date the 32 J day of April,
A. 1). l"4g. Ali persons, therefore, indebt
ed to the estate of said deceased, are tti
iiiesteil to make immediate payment; and
all persons bavins claims against said estate,
are teipieslod ts exhibit them properly au
thenticated, within one year from the data
of said letters, or they may be precluded
from basing any benefit of said estate, and,
if said claims aro not presented within thre
years, they will be fure.er barred.
C.KKGK L. HAUDY, Adm'r.
Mny 3,1. 142. 3w39.
A DM IN ISTR ATOi'lS NOTICE.
TPOTICK is hereby given that the under
AXi signed hataken out lettersof Adminis
tration on the estate of John Bronk, dee'd,
from the Clerk of County Court of Lincola
County bearing date the fonrtb of April
A. u. I all nriinm k.,urr ka
aveanv claims urainst lha mIsIh nf said
deceased are require-! to exi.ibit the taai
duly authenticated forallowanoe, witbiaone
year from the date of said letters, or they
mnj ue precinileil Irorn having any benefit
of said estate, and if such claims are not
presented within three year they will
EZEKIF.r. DOWNING, Adrtu
April 23, iei2.t