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B A NKRUPTS
United States or America,
I, Jason Harrison, Clerk of United
States Court, for the Missouri District,
do certify that Samuel W. Burks, of the
County of Pike in said District, has this
day filed in the o'fce of the Clerk cf
said Court a petition praying to be al
lowed the benefit of the Bankrupt Law.
Il'rll In testimony whereof. I have
ffIi hereunto set my hand and affixed
the seal of office, at the City of Jeffer
od, this Cth day of July, 1S42.
JASON HARRISON, Clerk.
July 9ih, 1842. 8v36.
District Court of t! e United oiates,
For tbe DMrict of fi:souri.
In the matter of John I.. Luke On
the 30th -Jay of April 1S42. John ..
Luke, filed his petition in the Ditnct
Court, for the 'luuefit of tl.e Bankrupt law;
Whereupon, it ii ordered, V.ihl the 5th day
of Sept. nfit he ftt fur the heiriiisr said pe
tition in fHid Court, at the City of Jefferson,
wben and whvre all interested may attend,
end show on e, if any they have, why
Ihe prayer of tbe petitioner hould not
Teat, J4PON HARRISON, Clerk.
Boer & IlyNTux, Sols.
Bjr B. Hickman AU'y.
Jnlvflili 142, fm.
District Court of the L'nited States,
For the District of Mi'ouri.
In the ma tier of Noah Bemly. On the
12th day of .IHy 1-42, Noah Beasly,
filed his petition in the D. strict Conrt. for
' the benefit cf the Bankrupt law; Where
upon, it is ordered, tint the 5th day of Sept.
nest be set for the he-mine isl petition in
aid court, at the City of Jefferson, when
and where all interested may Attend, arid
show cause, if any they base, why the pray.
er of the said petitioner should not not be
Test. JASOX HARRISON Clerk.
G. Portcr, Sol.
by B. F. Robinson, Sol.
Jure 11, 1-42.
District Court of the I'uitrd Mates,
For tbe District of Missouri .
In the matter of NOAH ATKl.V. On
the 26th day of Miy 1J2, NOAH AT
KIN, filed his petition in the District Court,
for the benefit of the Bankrupt law ; where
upon, it is ordered, that the 5th day of
Sept. next he set for the hearing said peti
tionin si-.idCourt, at the City of Jefferson,
wben and where all interested may attend
and show c iu.e, if any they have, why
tbe prayer of the petitioner should not te
Teste, JASON HARRISON, Clerk.
V. G. Minor, Sol.
May 20, 1S42 ?t .10
"VrOTI("E is hereby given that the under
-L v signed has thken out letters of Ad
ministration on the estate cf George Layne,
dec'il. from the Clerk of the County Court
of Rails County hearinj dalo the 22iid.
June 1942. All persons, therefore who have
claims a;ainst the estiteof said deceased,
re required to exhibit the same duly an
thenticated for allowance, within one year
from the date of said letters, or they may
be precluded from having any benefit of said
csta'e, nnd if such claim are not presented
within three years they will be forever bar
red. TAYLOR JONES, Adm'r.
July 2d. 142. 3',r-
A Valuable Farm for Sale.
IHLUE will be sold to the highest
bidder on a credit of twelve
months, before the Court House door
m the town of lroy, in Lincoln
Countv Mo., on Monday the first day
of the July term of the Circuit Court,
it being the 18th da vol July 1842.
The Farm on which the late Samuel
Blitd Deceased resided, containing
275 acres of good L-ind, villi about
150 acres under fence; there is a large
and convenient dwelling on the '"re
mise, a large double oz Barn, Sta
bles, a co-ufortable Kitchen, and
Loom House with Stone Chimneys,
and every other necessary building,
there is a good Cistern Well in the
yard, that aflords a plenty of water
for family use, there is likewise a plen
tiful supply of Stock water at all
seasons of the year. Any peison
wishing to purchase, and wanting to
see the land, if they will call on eith
er of the undersigned, they will with
pleasure show them the premises.
The above Farm is situated about
one mile East of Louisville, and one
mile West of Browns Steam Mill, on
the road leading from Louisville to
WAI. BAIRD,) Ecutors
JAS. BAIRD, 5 "xeLUtors
July 2d, 1842. 2w35.
Ti?(TICK is hereby given that the nn
a3 dersined has taken out letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of William Me
Tike deceased, bearing date tne 29th of June,
A. D. 142. All persons, therefore, indebt
ed to the estate of said deceased, nre re
quested to make immediate payment ; mid
all persons having claims agniusl sai.l estate
ere requested to exhibit them properly an
tbenticated, within one year from the date
of said letters, or they may be precluded
from bat ing any benefit of said estate, and
jf said claims are not presented within three
years, they will he forever barred
ALCY McPIKE, 1 . , ,
ABRAHAM PRI TCHETT, f Aam'
de bonis non. with the will annexed.
July 2d. 1642. 3w:t5.
ATTOllATV AT LAW,
JEFFERSON CITY, MO.,
WILL attend, promptly, to all applications
for the benefit of the Bankrupt Law, en
tm'trd t.i him, and can remit to peraons,
pur rrnil, all necessary forma and instruc
tions, to that their businert can be attended
to by addressing him throogb the medium of
the mail, post paid.
May, 1842. 30 i
Another aid to ihe Cause of Temperance.
Six Nights with, the
W A S II I NCI TO K I A !VS.
A Series of Original Temperance Tales
BF T. S. ARTHUR.
Author of" Insubordination," "The Tem
perance Pledge," Sic. 6,'c.
The mosi distinctive feature of the
present agefis the Temperance Re
formation. This unparalleled move
ment has wrought the most remarka
ble chancres, not only in the condi
tion of individuals, but also in the
state of society. I:s progress has
been a continual series of triumphs
over prejudice, fully, vi,-e, wicked
ness nnd crime; and its results have
been of the most cheering and elon
nus character. All the social, domes
tic and political relations which men
occupy have already felt and ac
knowledged its influence; and, with
banners strea'iiins in light, it is march-
inz onward to fresh scenes of victory,
and preparing fir fiesh achievements
ot hippine33 restored, industry re
awakened, and lost reputation nobly
Among the most efficient nuxi'la
ries in this great cause, the various so
cieties of reformed drinkershave been
pre-eminent. From these it has re
ceived an impulse by which its pro
press has been almost inconceivably
accelerated. The efforts of those de
voted men, who havinz passed
throush the fiery ordeal of this debas
ing vice, feel and know the torture
and the misery it inflicts, to rescue
others from the wretchedness they
have tlnmselves sufTered, have slur
red society throughout the lenath and
breadth of this vast country; and
thoiis.-.nds and tens of thousands, re
generated and disenthralled, are now
enjoying, with invigorated health and
purified hearts, the advantages of
their magnanimous enterprise.
To aid in this moral revolution, the
subsciibers have commenced the pub
lication of a series of original Tern
peranceTales.to beissupd in 6 month
ly numbers. These tales are from
the pen of A. S. Arthur, a writer
eifted with a singular felicity in por
traying the scenes of actual life, and
prompted, as his numerous produc
tions bear witness, by a sincere spirit
of doing good to his fellow-men.
Their title, '-Six nights with the
Washinfrtonians," expresses truly
their character and desian: as thev
are drawn from actual observation of
ovpnts amonr the inem!r r.f tV
"Washingtoman Temperance Socie
ty, the great pioneers of this world-
renowned reform and detail the his
tories of some of those who have been
saved from destruction worse than
death by the well-directed labors of
those true phi!atihropists.
Each number of this publication
will crmtaiii a distinct story or sto
ries, nnd iherefore be perfect in itself,
nnd the whole, when completed, will
form a volume ofnearly two hundred
pages, embracing narratives of many
individuals, in all classes of society,
the mechanic, ihe professional man.
and the merchant who have been re
claimed from intemperance. The
field thus selected is a boundantly
fruitful. The violence of passion
the depths of self-abasement the bit
terness of remorse the rnin, bodily
and spiritual exhibited h the wretch
ed inebriate himself; and the anguish
of protracted suffering the agony of
devoted affection the tenderness ot
unrequited, but undiminishing zeal
the love that bears all and forbears
all. but too often seen in the family
circle, which surrounds him furnish
themes which, in the hands of one
who perceives so clearlv, and de
scribes so powerfully as Mr. Arthur,
cannot fail to prove of the highest in
terest. That the publication of these
tales will do good the subscribers en
terlain no doubt. To those who have
not fallen into the degrading slavery
of strong drink, the scenes portrayed
will ofTer fresh inducements to avoid
the fearful temptation; to those who
have abandoned themselves to its
maddening influences they will point
out a path by which thjy may flee
from the horrible curse they have in
voked; and to all they will show that,
to the self-sacrificing efforts of a band
of humble and unpretending men,
voluntarily associated, the country,
the world, nnd the age, are indebted
for a reform, more houorable in it
self, and destined to be more perma
nently beneficial in its consequences,
than the proudest achievements of
war, or the most dazzeling attain
ments of science.
These Temperance Tales will be
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two pages each, printed with a clear,
bold type, on good paper, and neatly
done up in a suitable cover. They
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be subject only to the ordinary post
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Publishers' Hall, 101 Chestnut st.
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AVE just received per. Steamer ELI
ZA direct from JfEtr ORLEANS
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
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TVTOTICR is hereby riven, that the under
-Lsl sinned have obtninc i of the Clerk of
the County Court of Italia county, letters
testamentary cn the will of James I.cake,
deceased, dated May loth, A. U. 134.', tnai
nil persons indebted to said estate are re
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persons bavin; claims agntnst said estnte,
are requested to exhibit them properly au
thenticated, within one year from the date
ofsnid letters or they roar be precluded
from hnvinic any henfit of suid estate, and if
not exhibited within three years, they will
be forever barred .
JOHN FI. LEAKF,,) .
GEO I.. HARDY Eecuto"
Hfny. 21,142. .1w29
Administrator's Sale of Retl Estnte.
IN pursuance of an order of the Pike
County Court, made at the May
Term, 142, the undersigned Administrator
de bonis non of the Estate of William V. Al
len, deceased, will expose to sale, before the
Court Hone door, in the town of Bowline
Oreen, on the first day of the next August
Term of the Comity Court, for said county,
the following Real Estate nf said deceased,
vit: the S. W. i of sect 13, T. 51 N-, R. 2
Wmt;aloten acres adjoining the above,
on the wet end of S E. qr. of quarter sect
13. tame townshinnnd ranee; nlo the E. i
S. E. qr. iect. 14. same ranreand township
a above; also 40 ncre, heinr; N. W. i of
the S E. qr. tect. 14. tame township and
ranee, all beinc in the said County of Pike.
The terms of alo will he one half cah in
hnnd, the remainder payable in 12 months
from dny of sale, ar.l bearin; six rer rent
interest from sale till paid, the purchaser
civine bond with approved persooal securi
ty. fir Ihe payment thereof.
JOHN E. At. LEV, Adm'r, de btnit non.
May 14. 1S42. 4w
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STATE OK MISSOURI, iu.
County of Tike. f
IntheCounty Court, May Term, A.D. 142
Fanny llenly Administratrix of the Estate
of Joshua llenly, deceased, comes and filet
l.er petition praying that the personal estate
of said deceased may be reierved, and that
the real estate mny be sold for the payment
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ale of the following real e-tate, lying in said
County of Pike, vix: (he N. W. i and the
W. i of tbe S. E. i section 7, T. 53 N., It .
4 W., containing 129 acrea and leventy-iix
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53, N.,K.4 W., containing eighty acres, or
so much of said real estate at will pay the
debts of suid deceased, ard that this order be
published for six weeks iu iome newspaper
in this state.
A true copy of the record.
Teste: A. II. IIUCKN'ER, Clerk.
lune 4, 1842. (iw3I
Fi i na l" "srTLiirf:
nnHE undersigned administrators of
- the estate of Wm. Richards
deceased, late of Pike 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
JAS. RICHARDS, )
WM. RICHARDS, ( Ex'rs
ALFRED RICHARDS. (
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he thinks it sufficient to say, that he
has now ready fur publication numer
ous plates, even surpassing in beauty
and interest those which he has aires
uy issucu. inese win oe givcu ,
the course of the coming volume.
As to the literary department of
the Lady's Book, the publisher pledg
es himself, that it shall continue to
rneiit the superiorly which has been
awarded toi:already. Nearly every
American writer of eminence contri
butes to its paces occasionally, end ta
encK number besides articles from the
Editors, V ere are contributions from
Miss Sed-jwick, Miss Leslie, N. P.
Willis and T.S.Arthur, a combina
tion of talt nt which cannot be found
The Lndv's Cook is published
monthly at $3 per annum, payable in
advance. Address, L. A. bULlhi,
Publishers' Hal!, 101 Chestnut St.
Two copies Lady's Book for one
year $5 00. Lady's and Young Peo
ple's Ilook, one year, $5 00. Lady's,
Book and Peor le's Library $5,00.
Lady's Book fc Musical Library 5,00.
PUBLISHED IX 8T. LOUIS 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 ''medium" size, and will In
issued on Saturday after noon of each
week, and deliv ered or mailed to sub
scribers at $ I per year, payable ir
wats in advance. No paper will, in
any instance, be sent or delivered.
unless thus paid for, as the low price
at which it is published will not jus-
tily any credit.
Two pages will be devoted to the
cause which the paper is to advocate,
and the residue to advertisements and
current news, omitting politics most
scrupulously. A price current and
iiank Note lable will be inserted
regularly. The assitance of 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 26, 1 842. V. Ellis.
OTICK is hereby given that tbe under
signed has taken out letters of Admin
istration on the estate of Elisabeth Smith,
dee'd, from the Clerk of Coeoty Court of
Pike Countybearing date the 15 of Joae,
A. D. 1842: all persons, therefore who
have any claims arainat tbe estate of said
deceased are required to exhibit tbe sase
duly authenticated forallowanee, witbiaoae
year from the date of said letters, or they
may be preoluded from having any benefit
of said estate,and if snch claims are aot
presented within three years they will be
GHAMNESST. SMITH, .Wr.
June "2. 194 3.33.