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THE E. APICAL.
Bowling Greca,......Aug. 27, 1S42
Cure for Consumption. I and when the charges and specifications
A writer in the Journal of Commerce assume a tangible form I trust I will be
announces, says the Baltimore Patriot, able to meet them, to the satisfaction of
fan tW trii the most nreiuriiced mind. There are
The VET0.-Aswa3ant.cipatca)thcia here famous Mammolha fcw individuals in our ranks, so per
Presidenthas vetoed the so called tariff. jucky, ha9 qualities 0f the -fectly reckless in their course, that the.
ML The reasons he assigns are such a9 H , t effi for lmJ Df I democrslic party has suffered by their
every unprejudiced mind must acknowl- j Mitchellf most ofwi)0,e family have died ; admission into its ranks,
edge to be both forcible and just. He auJ who was himself. Remember, fellow citizens, that you
ays "the bill unites two objects, which, ; TeiaceA lo a horfj!es9 condition by the i had a meeting on the 8th of January last,
aofar from having any affinity to one discasej beHt;ving that there were which was held out to you as a balm to
another, are wholly incongruous m thejr I . . . . nf the 1 heal the wounds of disaffection, and the
pressing demands, the bill proposes to
give away a fruitful source of Revenue
which is the same thing as raisi ig money
by loan and taxation not to meet the
wants of the Government, but for distri-
Thk Exploring Expedition. The
unapproachable wag of the Richmond
Star thus hits, off this fatuous nation
al enterprize: "This great expedition,
devised in a hurricane of wisdom, a
perfect running over of profundity in
the national councils, will reflect un
dvinc fame on ibis celebrated coun
try. We do not know what it cost.
precisely, but its success was eminant
and triumphant. It went to several
places, cost a mint of monev, encoun
tered muny storms, and, finally, re
turned covered with barn cles and
p-lorv. and brincing a ereat many bar
rels of stove and fifteen covrt mar
tinis! truly are we haipy and a for
tunate people, full of first rate pluck
In looking over your paper of
incongruous in the.n . :, the . 0f the 1 heal the wounds of disaffection, and the
It is both a revenue and un j , , . . :t -j i -....if , v. , -r;al rnr nr fire:" and
1 Cave, rcSUlveu IVI uiartc 11 1119 icaiucuuc ivoui. . w... fj
appropriation bill' and 'Svhile the Trea-i f pa6eason;and!ibout the hst of April ' permit me to ask how, and who, did it
surjisina state of extreme e-nbarrass-, he estab!ishetl his quarters near tfe Star 'con7e? Your wishes were trampled
Bent, requiring every dollar which it a mile from lhe cntranceJ under foot, your rights violated, and the
can make available, and when the Go- whence he emerged for the first time at ' dearest principle of your political faith
vrnmnt ima Tint n!i- fi oA All i.tnnl ' - ...
, - jthe close of June. His health and : facniiced upon tne altar ot ambition.
taxes, but to borrow money to meet! . . ,s ,?,, re.. ,: o,u r t
dll Ctttit-ii v v. av IUI IvVIVU iituo ' i jl 1 ij im. vii .11; via taic Ukll VI DAllUdl Y
rode eighteen miles on horseback. He was called by those opposed to me, (for tne 20tn inst' 1 discovered a "notice,'1
says that in a week from the time of go-'objects above alluded to,) when a large calling for the Democrat of this coun.
ing into the cave, his cough was entirely ' and respectable portion of the democracy ty to meet at the Court House on the
! gone and that his appetite and strength met, with the kindest feelings for the 1 3d of September, for the purpose of
I inrrrpil it :itv. Up fflt lnnplv Tor the futica lhav b-wl ofnniiDnf)' 1 1. n I.,l ssllllnif fin U'i.ti..nrnAil nnAlltn nf
1.1 T 1 m " ....... - - - J . II,. , Ill.l. 1..' U 1 tl 1 Li J l i- Ctll UUU I '' 1'"'''fc, 1 1 UIII'-U'IH II VI ' H ' I I1MI 111
hlilinTir n mdicnr ifhioli I mncr mnfirn i . 'I'r'.ii J i
. ,. . ' I first week, but soon became reconciled -of them fully calculating to carry their
as wtrniy iini'uiiiic. 11 uui uuccuuuu-1 . . .., , , . u ! , . . . .
ioiis bouiuue, ana now nuuiu iaun.i , conclusions into cuect, as tar as practica-
live in the cave than elsewhere. e ble for them to dc; a few dissatisfied mor
extract the following passages from the tals enraged at the decision of the peo-
tional." If Congress is sincere in its
wishes to serve the people, let it sepa
rate this obnoxious distribution clause
from the bill, and we doubt not but the
President will be prompt in his approval
jSentlemen who had their names
announced as Candidates, in the Ridical,
during the late canvass, those indebted
for tickets, and others who are owing for
job work, advertising, &c, will all
please to call and ,:pay up" and thus save
us the trouble of another and more "par
Palmyra Lasd Crrict. The Land
Office at Palmyra, was re-oj ened for the
transaction of business, on Wednesdav,
the 24th inst.
article in the Journal:
My opinioa 01" the efect of the
cave is mai:e up
pie in their own sovereign capacity, re
sorted to he most unparalleled course
ever known in our political history, by
circulating remonstrances against the de
cision of a free and independent people.
JJ'We discover that there has been
another row in Cincinnati, caused by a
German officer hacking some American
boys on the head with his sword, for of
fering him sume indignity whilst on pa
rade. After the company was discharg
ed the boys determined to wreak their
vengcaace on the offender by stoning the
house into which he had retired for the
purpose of regaling himself still fur
ther on the pleasures of the flowing
bowl, the wretched influence of which
he was under at '.he time he committed
the deedj this brought on a general fight
between the Germans and Americans.
during the continuance of which several
persons were mortally wounded.
It appears to us exceedingly impolitic
and unwise in any state or city regula
tions to permit the organization of mili
tary companies, composed entirely of
foreigners. This has a tendency to keep
up their national feeling their love of
foreign customs, habits, manners, Sic
which, coning in contact with America:,
customs will always produce ...ivy, hat
red and all their attendant evils. These
people have generally come here for
mercenary purposes not from a love of
our institutions; and hence, the proprie
ty of destroying or h-uking down '.' . .t
distinctive cha'ar' r and custom' . o ioon
at possible if . e would pr-: . ve our
country Triii anarchy and !..structici..
Jo S;:itii. Ths Viincy Wiiiy
says: The second : Ttempt rf Gov.
Car! in, i appr-!i;. i Jo SmiJi and
Rockwell, rr- jbout a-, s iccpssfuS
as the fift. When the officers arriv
ed at Nauvoo, neither Josiph nor
Rockwell were to Le found they had
either crossed the river into low?, r-i
were secreted in tint holy city. Tho
Mormons treated the oOIfers vi'.h
every respect, and offered to assist
them if necessary, in fulfilling their
duty. The whole rfiair begins to
look exceedingly like a fan e, ana
this opinion is becoming very preva
lent. VVe suppose all preceedings
will stop here for the present.
The packet ship Albany, which left
Havre on the 2-ilh of June for New
York, has on board upwards of 1,000-
C00 francs in specie, being the last
instalment of the Neapolitan indem
nity. Mr. Forward, Secretary cf the Trea
sury has recovered from his late severe
indisposition so as to be able to resume
the duties of his office.
The Providence Journal contains
two proclamations of Governor King
of Rhode Island, the one congratu
lating the people of lhe State upon
having passed through the late danger
ous crisis; and the other, suspending
unlil tho 1st of September the act
declaring the State under martial
Iroin jrrsiui".! ii rvaiion. I have
been it : '! seasons of the year.
i! rii-.'T :..i Liml fit whfal'ier. both
.la v :;n.J ninht. Dunne the wur)arge!Tllc number of signatures and their po
quantities ol saltpetre were mace at
the c:ive. and lor this 1 prepared the
carbonated alkalies, wtiicli are requi
re a in lar:e proportions to produce
r.rystaiizati.in. iic. At that time,
from 30 te "0 hnnds emp'oyeJ in dig
uing uu ear:!', wiiic'i covered the bot
tom of t!ie rave, and cuivryiiig it
by oxen to hoppers in the cave, about
one mile from i's mouth. Durtnij :he
whole time tliese men were enayed,
which wjj for three or four years,
there wns not a single case ot sick
i.css among them.
The atmosphere of the cave isdrv
Hid the temperature even and equal.
1 have never known it to vary h.ill
a degree, through the year, from m
iv dfrees of r nreniieit. C"mliis
tkin goes rn well, ligh's bum cienr.
respiration i eav. The ear'ih v. hid.
'rid teen lixivated a:id thrown out I
the hoppers re-impregnates ag:tin in
.ilout three years, ielding from
three to five pounds ot iiiirule to the
bushel. Aniinril f'es'i will not putrify
in this atmosphere, tmr will vegetable
matter decompose. Aleat hung up
in the c-ive a few days, heroines so
strongly impregnated with nitre as to
become unrilens.int to the tasie. The
corncobs lelt bv the oxen, which were
led into the cave thirty ye:irs ago.
aie now in a perfect titate of preser
vation; the logs used for water pipes
are sound ami good. Animal nosh
dries in the cave, and becomes hard.
These facts I state, that menofsci
ence may compare my conclusions
:tnj my premises together.
littcal 'exturc I have never been able to
learn. I say then, let such meet as are
resolved not to be satisCed with what a
majority of you do; for any thing you
and myself may do will never reconcile
such discordant materials as a few among
us be. I feel willing that some who
have been snugly placed in office by our
united efforts, should enjoy it for the
time being, and exist as living monuments
of incrititudc, and that those who desire
office should have it, when yon the peo
ple are willing. Instead then of creat
ing discord in our ranks, let us prepare
for the great political combat to be fouht
in 184-1; our political opponents will
keep us bus-.
AVith sentiments of high regard,
I remain yours &c,
D. C. M. PARSONS.
Ashley, Mo., Aug. 24th, 1842.
Force of Habit.
Chi the co.ist of Norwry there i
an immense wl.ilpnol, c.illed by the
natives, Maelstroom, wf.ii-h siumfics
he naval, or the ceniro of the s a
The bodv of waters which f'r.ii this
whirlpool, is extended inn circle a
hove thirtepu miies in circumference.
In the midst thereof st.-ind a rr-i-k.
a'jaiii.st which the tide in its ehh, is
v;:s!ifd w ith infoiif-iv a I le fin y ; w hen
it intantly swall.-ws op all thm.-s
which come within th? -ji'icre of its
veracity" between the Hon. R. Boon
a-id D. C. M. Parsons, Esq.
Why has this rmtter been brought
before the public? What have we as
a party to do with an "adjourned
question of veracity" between any
two private individuals? Why puh
the broils of individuals before the
public and thus add to the causes of
disstntion that already exit? A nov.
el method truly of settling private
difficulties! to bring them before the
I know not at whose suggestion
this call was made, but feel assured
that the auiliors of this notice pro.
posed the meeting without due reflec
tion. Let Col. Hoon and D. C. M
Parsons settle their own dilfic-iil'ies-A
Look at this!!
ALL persons indebted t the under
signed, either by note or book
account, for goods sold last year, are
requested to come forward and make
payment, in liquidation of nt least
half their indebtedness, and those
whose notes were given for goods sold
m the rears 1839, and 1840, are here
by notified that if the do not make
payment within a vert y short time,
their notes will be ued upon, with
out partiality, favour, or affection.
P. S. We will receive WHEAT,
at the highest market price, in pay
ment of debt or for Goods, or will re
ceive it for Shipment, on account of
the owner if profh reri.
I. N. B. & Co.
Louisiana, July 26. 1842. 39.
District Court of the U. States, 714298
For the District of Minouri.
In the matter of Samuel W. Burba. Ob
h6th day of July Ic-42. Samuel W. Burkt,
filed hit petition in the District Court, for
the benefit of (he liankrupt law; where
npon, it ii orrlrel, that the 5th day of
Sept. Dtxt be ret for the henrinp taid peti
tion in mill Court, at the City of JeSeraon
m-htn and where all interested may atteod
and show canse, if any they hate. hr
the prayer of the petitioner ibeuld not b
Teste, JASOJf HARRISON, Clark. '
S. BucrtNta, Sol.
August, 6th lt-42 8 id
jlfYwifn Nancy, having left my
" house w hhout cause or provo
cation, all persons nre hereby notified
that I will not pay any debts contract
ed by her.
Aucrust 20. 1842.
Died, at Ashley, on Tuesday the 16th
inst, Vinr.iciA Parsons, infant daughter
of D. C. M. and Dorcas T. 1'arsons, aged
one year, eight mor.ths ar J four days.
WE will receive poorl luerchanlHtile
Wheat at the h'Khi-st uiarlcet pri.-e.
delivered at our store, in payment of di lt
and goniii. We Uke lhe pre-ent occmioii
to sh to thn?e iiideiiteil to us on note, or
accounts due on or prior to the lt. Hy ol
J.tni.i.y lat, tlmt WE JUST UAVK
.VIONKY. or we cannot keep up biiues.
As we cannot be eipectr-d lr give prr.onnl
notice toscveml butnlrtrl indiviHul, tho.r
who do not pay orniiike unie :irrii?e:uent.
mut not expect us to give further notice in
case of suits.
E. &. D DRAPER.
T.o'ii'ian. Mo. Ap"t 1. 4 Jl
Tistrict Court of the United States, - t
Kor the DiMrict of Missouri.
In the matter nf John I. Luke Oo '
the CTth -Jay of April 1842. JohD t..
Luke, filed his petition in the Di'tricl '
Court, for the benefit of the Bankrurt law; ,
Whereupon, it is ordered, that the 5tb day
of Sept. next be set for the hearing said pe
tition in said t ourt, at the City of Jefferson,
when and where al! interested may attead,
and show can.e, if any they hare, why
the prsyrr of the petitioner should aot '
Tre'e, JASON HARRISON, Cletk.
BipCT &. IIuntun, Sols.
By R. tlici Att'y.
July flth 143, 8w36.
To the Editors o f the lisdic-'-
Gextlks: I r-' in you last pa
per a com"- 'iL;ion over the ,-ijnature
of .y DrwucrJ.'.':," purporting to be
.N () T I C E.
h is due to the D-inacrats of
Pike County, tli.it the adjourn
cil question of veracity, be
tween the Hon. . i'oon, and
I). C. M Parsons, Esq , respect
ing a ''bargain, in relation to a
candidate for Congress from
tliis section of tin: State, should
be settle I to the sa tisfac-
tioa of the nu!)lic. Until of
them are theiefore called tip
on to attend at ''onlin Crcen.
on sattndiiy the 3d of Septem
ber ne.t,an 1 let the public know
..j; r, !... .; f j-ci'i.rt. We av
" the mariner nor strength i jo all. conn: itnd ln'rtr for yjtir-
..nvin'c in w.n k an escape. 1 lie iscjvrs ;,niJ .ion't forget lliat Sa-
ifr.i;!- tl:c 3d of Sejitember is
I .i. . .1 f .1 :
rf,i,e his mumtmns ..is vess-rsm- - -' ; 1TS
lioii ' is ow n t is tie-irmiti''. . ..4w....-.
itnc.liii' li (;(, .1 u.'.( lol'-
STA'IK Of .M1SSOL UI,
County of Pike. i '
In thel ourity Court, Anjiii-t Term, la4"i.
William Keading, unit WilliaruC. Down
ine, Adinioi.trators of Hie Estate of William
I). Biggs decea-eil, come and file tlieir pe- j
tition, fur the sale ol the Ken I Kst.ite ol:
sari deceased, and taid petition is accoiu-pnnii-d
by a true account of thrir a-linin
l-lrntion, a li't of lhe debts due to and bv
the drni-asrd, and leuiaiuiii;; uuaid, and
an inventory of the real I .tale, ami of the
iiliiiiic.in" (.ersounl e-tate, and all ntli;i
a-et, in their l.:im!s, the whole r'f:.-d bv
Ue aci'.avit of said Aniuini'triinr". it i
thrretote ordered tliat ail -roit ii.teie-ted
in said estate be nolili'-d ol' 'aid petition.
hdiI that unlrs, the contrary be inwii, on
or befoie the fil.t day of the next Term ot
tins Court, an order will te mat e f ir tin
jle ul the fi.iluu ii'K ri a! e-tate lyir-s m said
c tr of I'lke, vi; S i of lot Xo. N.
W . n"r..ect. H T. T) I N It 2 W., tho W 1
. W r,r sect. 17 T. 54 N II W the K 4
N ii .jr. a at t ."ij ska w.. n,e w , x
W qr. Sect. :!2 T 7i N 11 4 W the S K 4
E qr. of Sect. I'M, T : N It 4 W thr
I i S K qr fret. Mil, nnd the W I 2 N C qi
.-"cct . HI, I' 5J N U 4 W ,or so much there
of as will be mtlkii-nt lo pay the debt, ol
a ill drcra-ed ; fciid ti.at thi. ri'itire be pub
lil.nl in mine n -( 4 t r 111 llm sttc tor
Mi'cki u( e--iw-!v,
A tme cipv of li.c rrcoid.
Tc.te, A II. liLl ICNCK.t I..U
THE public are notified that a school
will he opened on the 8th inst in
the Seminary, Bowline; Green Pike
county Mo., under the direction of the
undersigned (teacher,) who will give
instruction in the following branches of
learning at the following rates, to wit:
Spelling, reading, writing, and Arithme
ti , per quarter of twelve weeks. $3,00
English Grammar, Geography Ge
ometry and Surveving. 4,00
Algebra. " 5,00
He Hatters himself that he will be a
b'e to give general satisfaction to all those
who will favor him with their patro
nage. JOSEPH R. EAGAN.
August Gih, 1842. 3w40.
O.YE CEXT REWARD.
R A N A W A Y from the uiidrrsi'nrd. on the
:id in t. N ATIIANIF.I, Y. ATKINS, a
in. !!. turrd Hiirent:ce . This ia to forbid
! p:r4ons from harboring or trnstinr; bira
on our acruiint a, sc will pay no debts of
JAS SMITH, Si. SON.
New London, July :lrd. l-4".. 3w38.
"A D.M i NISTR ATO RS NOtTceT "
'V'OTICK is heii-Iiy given that the bnder
1 1 sisnnl ha, taki-ii out lerters af Ad-mini-traiioii
on the e-tate rf Wrn. Shannon,
dt-e'd. from lhe ClrrU of the County Court
of Pike Count Jeirini da'e the IGtb.
J 11I jr lr-U. Ail persons. therefore whohav
chiiin n'aiti't the el ite .f said deceased,
are reiiiiired to exhibit the same duly au
thenfir ated for ailoa anre, within one year
from the date of said letter, or thry nay
re pieclil'li il from having any benefit of said
tla'r, and if Midi claim are not presented
within three )rar they will be forever bar
ed. Ill l.ll W. SHANNON, .IrfmV.
Jutv ?f. 112. 3:W.
sc. he.iten si:i!r at
shiii at fn.-t "jT'.'n ; in
i.e m litnis iik
1 n cm lent im- 1
Mun, ".M'tU'iit slow in tne uei'irintti'j.
1 lkAf.rtTti04 pvp'V rnniriint nuiri r.inni:
-call on the Democratic party of this j jt coe, -,lin, I circus iiT.vrt-r.
cotuiy, alledging fur iU object an arnica- tj) at :lst j, js JiSfifd V,i- rock
hie adjustmrr.t of an adjourned cues' i-jn ! and entirelv disappcirs fcrevor.
of ixracily, buraiM, rcjmrts tit., between 1 And thus it lares with t':e innoriit- j iliit-.eth Ii HUml. hi, wiir, bt-ariii;; flatt-
BY Virtue ef u d d i f titi't executed to
the undrr-icii'd by Thon.as liiaiul and
the Hon. U. 13oon and Mvself. attended less and hapless ymith, that fills tn
w.Oi a kind of notice lor ."..e to attend on ' T ,htt P,,wer " an.v y ,cum
. tit .1 ' At first he indulges with CMJO'iri and
ti.i: :av therein specified. I cannot lie-; ... , , . .,
; . . J ,. , Itcritditv, nnd struiriles namst the
lice that tins extraordinary docnrr.e-t t ((f viri()1H ..-ij,,,,. J0t
originated in any good design, or is in- e very ,, '0., ,.,rvk hun down the
tended for what it purports an amicable j curent. t?ie v : -!rr.c nf whi ;li increas-
wljustinent. I doubt exceedir.trlv in the es nnd hrintr-a hun still ne.iier to the
first place, that it originated with many rock in lh midst of the whilpnol, till
denuu rah, hut if Jemormt,. they arc of ?Wcl s,.l dt.ed. he
yeitis Willi' ill "Mi.'jie, :n:'i iii.iuri
I l.AI. SSL lTl.i..vii;.M .
fjIIE u:ider'jij:iieil 11 1 in i t : al !"
- the c'ie ! U.ivi.I Pu'erlii:!
ti reused, lute i.f l'ike County .Mo.
hereby gives rm'.ii-e to a'l cifditur
imJ uliiirs uiififsled ill said estate.
1I1 it he intends ti make a fluid set
tViuent ot snid Pilate, at ti 0 r.ext
v. term ofhe C'ou.i'y L- : ol
JAS. AXDF.KSOX. ..!mr.
AtiL-uM 20. 184 2. 4w4 2.
,'ery ex'.raordinar' temperament, or per-
stiipwreck l coiK'-icnce. of iuieret.
1 ... -i. i r
naps unucr mc lasn 01 iiavmg vioiatcu f reuiiition nnd .f everv il.in 'that
some cardinal principle of our republican js dear and valuable in the human
institutions. There are certainly some chan'rter.
doubts whether "many democrats" were '. ..1 habits on the other hand, nre
consulted previous to the appearance of powerful as well as hitd ones, there-
r.doevmrnf in your paper; for if many t'- n bt?c-, ,:an w? P,Ve
, , , lit . to youth than the followini:: Choose
1 ; the most in. ion.il and bestwav of Iiv
sl";' ' r -i' lhavebcenintroduc-inr?an(, ,,abit wi)1 soon ln;,ke it :,e
ed into jour columns. jninrt agreeable.
I have no knowledge of an adjourned j , .i
. .. i- 1 . .l i A late l..; -'ish torv paper rontains
onestion ot veraeilu pcndinp- between the . . -? .,- J ,.
1 0 . lalonji article m the ddlicnlties in
Colonel and myself, or any bargain ever j ... . . , . h 4 lhe l)(lJ .
1 a 1 ..I .
Having Deen consummniea wim any mem- i vce 0f t(ie ol,cr Smtos are creeping
1 i-1 1 -i .i - .i ..I 1 i-ii .i
oer r-i vne uemocrruc lamny. ieuncr mtu Kiiode island, vvmcn nas me nest
have I had any notice of the nature of
the proceedings lo be had on the day
specified, in order that preliminary mea
sures might be taken to an atnica1,!s ad
justment, if any be necessary. I am al
luded to in this extraordinary document
as a party concerned; and surely no in
stance has ever occurred, in the history
of our country, in courts of justice, with
the most infamous culprit, but he has
been notified of the nature of the charges,
in order that he might make some defence,
if he deemed it necessary. Though if it
be desirable, and will gratify my accu
sers, to convene, prefer charges, and set
jn judgement against me, they can do so;
oraamc law of any Slate in the Un
ion, and the best regulated govern
merit. The English lories ate some
what alarmed at the Hanger in which
the only tr-nnant of the British Gov
ernment in iiiis country, is at present
exposed. It is pleasing to read the
high encomiums of the English pres3
t;pun the Rhode Island charter, in con
nection with tlieir sneers at the prin
ciples of the free Consiitutions of the
Slates, by which the "rabble" have a
voice in elections. &c. We can per
ceive butlittle difference, however in
the spirit of the English newspapers,
in regard to this subject, and the
Whig papers of this country. Hart
the K3th day of i-pleiiiber lfc4!, for the
iiirpu.e of .timing James V. Cumpbi I,
Hiram . Edward., and John Unlets, the
payment 01' a fiiiu ol uianey tlitiein iiipii-
tionrd. H e ;hali in pursuance of provi-ions
made ia ai.1 deed pn.c. r.l lo sell at pub
lic a!e to the hi;het bidder brlirre the Court
liouse ilo.ir in tlie loan of It iwiiiij; tin rr,
in the Counts 01" l'ike, 00 Mointay the 2(jib
day of Se; trn.liHr next, the folloivini; piop
eriytowil: One Nei;ru man nniued ratrirk,
and a bkrly t.uiiii woman named Clara,
al.u a rt-rtdiu piece or puree! of land liu
mtjuiiiiitC the town of I'uw ling t.ieen, in the
county aforesaid, c :nni.cl.c ini; and innniug
af follow: beginning at a itoiie in the Lat
and We.t line hrtu'cen frecliuii 1 nnd J5 in
townbip5t N. It. :i VV. running thence with
said line south -I, we-t '. rhains and 2-
links to a stone, corner to Thomas Uriicrs,
thence noithllwc.t chains and h4 link
tn a stone, then north nl eat . chains ami
2il !iuks, to a stone, thence south Den.t
chuiuund U-t links to the beginning, coo
tainiii): cicht acres an. I fmty three biindri-th,
mo.e or Ii,, nnd is well improved, and a
dc.irable place for a fuiuily re-iileuce.
Acting as truftee we will convey such
title only us is vented in us by the aforesaid
deed ol trust. Teriniof sale made known
on the day of sale.
JESSE a. KOnCERS,
A. It. DUCKNKK,
Auen-tSTthWi tf 43
Ol It Y.t lien by iit-u to all per.ni.-
ciMiccrneil or m -ny wav li.ti ii-.trd 111
tt.e e-tate nf K.'vi i-d lloM dec'il. tbt II. e
under, igued Aih-.'i. .if Miid i!rceed. wl!
nnke a final M tt !rn.ent of said i-Mate, at
lhe next Ni'Vember trrm of the fouiitv
Court of Lincoln county, in the state of
Missouri, to be bepun and held ill the Court
llnue in the town nf Troy at the neat Nov.
term of the Ci.unty Court nf said county.
JAMES C LAI. K, AdnVr.
Ai'nt 5(1 1-4 . 4 I-'.
rPHE Co-partnership that heretofore
-1- existed undr the firm of WHITE
and FRF. WITT, hetwten James M.
White and William C. l'rewht, termin
ated 011 the "t.tii . -y of June last, by mu
tual consent. 1 i.c signature of the firm
will be used l y ciiher of the parties ia
li- uiJ-tkn onlv.
'JATvIES M. WHITE,
W.M. C. PREWITT.
Clarksvillc, July 8, 1S42.
AH persons whose cctounls of 1840
and '41, with the kite firm of White and
Frevvitt, are unsettled, are requested to
come forward and close the same by pay
ment, or by note, immediately.
ry'f''6 underMsned will continue the
Mercantile and Commission and Far
warding buiness, in his own name and
on his own account.
W. C. rREWITT.
Clarksi!Ie, July 8, 1842.
tVatcli Maker tf Silver Smith,
THE subscriber begs leave to in
form the citizens of Lincoln and
the adjoining counties, that he has lo
cated himself in Troy, Mo., and will
attend, with promptness, to all orders
for work, in the various brunches of
HOKATIO A. FISHER.
Trov, Aug. 23, 1842. 43
W OT B v s:.
THE public are hereby notified that there
will bo an application made to the nexi t.en
eral Assembly of the Slate of Missouri, for a
new county, to be computed ot a pari of Tike,
Montgomery and Audrain counties.
August the 8lh, 194 J. 41
a i iAHMS'ruAfitJN MrrFcEr
TVf''TICK is hereby eiven thnt the un
jL'Sl dorsiKUed has taken out letters of Ad
ministration on the e.tale of liannry Lnforce
dect-aed,hearin-; date tne Idth of Attzn.l,
A. I). 1M4'J All peron, therefore, itideht
rd to the etate of said deceased, are re
iUe.ted to make immediate pay ment ; and
all persons having claims against sai.l estate
are requested to exhibit them properly au
thenticated, within one year from the date
of said letter, or they may be precluded
from having nny benefit of said estate, and
if snid claims are not presented within three
years, they will he foreser barred
JAMES L. LAFOUCE, Attm'r.
August 13, ls.f. Sw41
At Ibis Odice, a boy of industriout and
steady habits, as an apprentice to Icarn the
NOTICE is hereby given, that the un
designed has obtained fiom the Clerk
of the County Court of Ralls county, let
ters of Admini-lrntion upon the Estate ol
Walter Caldwell der.'d., bearing date the
13th day of July A. D. I4J. All persons
having claims against said estate, are re
i nested to exhibit them in one yenr from
the date of said letters forallowance, or
they may be precluded from any benefit of
said estate; and if such claims are not pre
sented within three years from the date of
aid letters, they will be forever barred.
SAM. K. CALDWELL, i . , ,
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To a tori entitled Truth vrriu Error alia
VhylosopKy, iirniton and Common Semef
ugnint Folly, Vfrjudue mad
Br a Piiysiciax or Missouri.
' If acbievementa of glory are not in our
power, let us endeavor to lengthen our abort
portion ot existence hy those of literary honor;
and since it ia not granted us to lire long, let
us transmit to pnstprity some memorial tlat
tee have at least lined " Plinv.
Will be submitted to the Press, aa soon aaa
sufficient number of subscribers can be obtain,
ed to defray the expense of publication, ha
first series of a work with the above caption
The production is bnstd on philosophical
and theological principles, and the primary de
sign of the author is, to satirize some af tha
prominent errors, prejudices and auperslitiona
of the age.
The task undertaken has been accomplish
ed at the expense of muck time, literary re
search, and mental 'abour. A Frontispiece,
in unison with the object and character of tba
work, will he prefixed thereto, exhibiting ia
strong relief "Death upon the pale horse,"
and the Ilevil on the red, in eager pursuit ofa
hoiigious f.ntliusiasl on a bog, and an Aboli
tionist on a nogro. .
Should the first series be met by that en.
eouragemont the author flatten himself it
merits, the second will succeed accordingly
As it is the first scientific work published in
Missouri, the author I eels the pride and con
fidence to believe, that it will be duly patronit.
ed by an intelligent, reflecting, and reading
The price of the first aeries, comprising a
volume of two hundred or mora pagea (bound
in boards,) will coat on dollar per copy.
ILrSubacriptiona to tha above work will ha
received at tha Radical Office.
Angmt 6th 1 !.
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE