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There will be a two day's meeting
he'd in the Court House in this place, by i
Cumberland Presbyterians, including the
2d Saturday and Sunday of the present
The Salt River Presbytery, of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church, will'
meet at the Republican Meeting house iu
Ashley, on Thursday the 6th of Oct.
next, at 12 o'clock A. M.
S. C. RUBEY, Stated elk.
fA RARE EXHIBITION
Kelly & Pickering will exhibit, in
this place, on next Monday evening,1
a splendid collection of Diaphanous
Paintings, Optical Illusions, Dissolving '
Scenes &c. j
sivr: yorn cosn
TflllC undersigned take this method j
of infonivni their creditors that I
.1 i i
tliev )vct have minify; inose wim
kunw themelvi.-s to be indebted t
us by note or aoc-'titit, will save c si
bf in ikiriir im nediite p iviu-nt.
Si-pt. 3rd. IG12. 341.
TVTOTICE is hereby given.lhat theundcr
J.1 signed hare oM.iine I of the Cleik of
the Comity t'mnt nf Tike county. letters
i..-i.n..tlir. nn Ihn ot.ff nf S:illtlll'l liltlll
imdii" " j "
deceased, il.it! Aii-.'iit 31 -t. H12. tint!
nil peritn indebted t.i sni.l e-l ili- aic ie-
qti-ted t" ni:ike immediate payment. All I
persons hiving cl-iim ac lin-t ssi'l esl:ttc,
nre requested li i thitiit them prnperly an-!
thent ioati't!, witiiiii one jieiir from the date
of mill letters or fioy tiny lie ;ircclii!ed j
from haxiii; :my ''ei.fil :ii 1 estate, sunt il
i, ..I exhibited witliin three years, tliey v 1 1 1
be forever barred .
fiMUJf.h I A .11 M-.l.l., rv,.,..,,,,,,..
Sept. 3rd 1-12.
rpIIE undersigned Administrator of
the Estce nf Jtin-y I i force
deceased, will expose t ) i;hlic s de.
on Friday ih; 30ili nf September
inst., at the late residence of said
deceased, in the township ol Cihsmet.
in Pike county, all the. personal estate
of said decease l.cor.sisiinj f llorsrs.
ho;.s, eat'le, Sc shi e,; a crop of corn,
wheat, and 01!?, fanning utensi's.
hou e-h.ld an 1 kitehen fuvnl'ue.
tc. i:c. Th" terms of sale will be
12imnths credit, in all sn-ns over
five dollars the purchaser civinji note
with security, tm.br that sum the
cash will be retp'ire I.
JAS. L. I.rO!lCC, A.l t.'r.
Sept. 3rd. 1 tt4 2- 3.v4l.
BY virtue and authority of an esc
cntion i-Kiied fm n the fdiiee ot
the Clerk of th" Civiiit Court, of IYk
countv Mi-ouri. in fivo' of Jol.n
iSi dwell Jr., aa 1 a'iinsl J:l'ii'-s Fry.
nn 1 to me directe 1. bw'mi d-if th
12th dty of Au"i! 1812. 1 have levi
ed uoori and sci all tiie riht, title,
nn I interest of the said James Fry.
of in and to the following described
land Ivin and bein;' situate ii siid
county f I'llve to wit: two hundred
and twelve acrfs of I m 1 heing the
s une which was bequeathed by I.ike
HiflTsenr., to his son Luke HnT Jr.
for the benifit of ll niiei Il-ifl". the
daughter of tiie last mentioned Luke
Ha!? now Harriet Fn. wife of said
James Frv. and will sell the same to
'he highest bidder for ready money at
the Court House door in the town ol
Howling Crcen in sail county ol
Pike on"the 27th day f Sept ber
1342, between the h.mis of 9 and 5
o'clock of said day and during the
term of the circuit court of said
county to satisfy said execution and
VM. PEXIX', SheriH.
Sept. 3rd. 1812. 3w44.
1Y virtue an! authority of an exe
cut ion issued fro n the oflie d
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 'ike
conntv Miss juri, in favor of the coun
ty of Pike and against Abraham S.
Inloe, and Amos Thomas, bearing
ilate the 13th day of July 1842, and
M me directed, I have levied upon
and seized all the riht. title, and in
terest, of the said ln'.oe, of in and to
the following described real estate,
li'inrr find hpinrr situate in said coun-
tv of Pike, to wit: the undivided half
of six hundred ar.d forty acres ol
land, beins the south eat fractional
To. twenty eilit.
the south west fractional quarter of
. i AT
section An. twenty seven, me l. i
qunrter of section thirty-three, Ihe
N. V. tjuarter of section thirty-two,
and as much of the west side of the
N. E. quarter of section thirty two
ns will make the qimntity ol six hun
dred and fortv acres, all in township
fifty-five N. ft. 3 VV.; and will sell
the same to the highest bidder, for
ready money, at the Court House
door in the town of Bowling Green,
in said county of Pike, on the 23th
dav of September 1842, between the
hours of 9 and 5 o'clock of said day,
and during the term of the Circuit
Court for said county, to satisfy said
execution and all costs. .
VM. PEMX, Shenir.
September 3rd, 1842." 3wll.
In virtue and bv authority of three
- executions, issued from tile office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
county of Pike, in the State of Mis
souri; in fovor of Wesley and John
son Hendrick, and against Thomas
Bland, and to me directed, I have lev
ied upon and seized nil the right, title,
interest and claim of the said Thom
as Bland, of in and to the following
described real estate, lying and being
in said county of Pike, to wit: eigh
teen (1 8) acres more or less, being
part of the south east fourth of the
north west fractional qr. of section
No. 19, township No. 53. north, range
No. 2 west, with a Saw Mill thereon,
it being the same that- was sold bv
George Tilleit and Walter M. Walk
er to said Bland. Also, a certain
piece or parcel of land, lying adjoin
ing the town of Bowling Green, in
the county aforesaid; commencing
and running as follows: beginning at
a stone in the past an I west line be
tween section 24 and 25, in township
.r3 north, range three west, running
thence with said line south CI" .vest
three chain and '23 links to a stone
corner, to Thomas Bruce's; thence
north 9", west 2.5 chains and g4 links
to a stone; thence north Cl cast 3
chains and 2- links to a stone; thence
south 9 east 2j chains and 91 links
to the beginning, containing eight n
cres and firty threj himdretlis, more
or less, it Icing the same the said
Bland now resides upon. The . E.
i r.f the N. W.qr. of section No. 2G;
the S. E. i of the N. W. qr.. same
s-ction. 2fi, both in T. 53. B. 3 west:
also, the west half of the S. E. quar
ter of sec ion 28. township .53, IL 2
west: also, a n eg ro man named Pat
ii.:k and a likely young woman nam
ed Clara, and will sell the same to the
highest bidder lor cash in hand, at
the Court House door in Bowling
Green, in said county of Pike, on
Monday the 'JC'li day of September
1C42. between the hours of nine and
five o'clock of said day. and during
the term of circuit court f said coun
ty of Pike, to satisfy said execu'ions
and ail costs.
September 31, 1C12.
I N virtu.' and bv authority of a
Pluri's Execution i-sued fio.n the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Cain
of ihe county of Pike, in the State
of Missouri, in ftvor of Thomas Mc
Qieen. and agiinst John U. Gaiter.
Thomas Mckey, and Samuel Pepper,
I hive levied upon and seized all the
right, title, interest, an 1 chiiai, of the
siil John II. Carter of in and t ) the
lollowing re il estate to wit: lot No.
.5 with a large framed house thereon,
and lot No. 121, with a large briek
d .veiling house thereon, all in the
town of Ciarksville, in said county ol
Pike, and will st II the same to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand, at the
Court House; do r in the town oi
Bo. ling Green on tin; -7ih day v(.
September 1312. h-twecn the hours
of 9 and o ;VI ck of that day, and
during the lenn of the Circuit Court
of said county of Pike, to satisfy said
execution and all costs.
WM. PEN IX, Sheriir.
Sept. 3rd. 1812. 3w4 1.
BY au'horilv of an execution is
sued fiom the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of ihe county of
Pike Mo., in favor of John U uL-ers,
and against John Jamison, I have
levied upon and sei.ed a'l the right,
title, interest and claim, of the said
Jamison of in and to the following
real estate situate lying and being in
said county of Pike to wit: three
acres of land, it being part of the
W. I of the S. W. quarter, T. 34 T.
52 N. of B. 1 E-, and a be tit 30 feet
front bv 13 feet back, of the corner!
of lot No. 8 in block No. 4, in tl-.ej
town of Paynesville, and will sell the!
same to the "highest bidder for cash in
hand at the court house door in the :
town of Bowling Green, on the 29lh;
day of September 1 842. and between
the hours of nine and five o'clock of
that day, and during the term of the
circuit court ol said county of Pike,
to satisfy said execution and all cost.
3 WM. PEXIX, Sheriff.
Sept. 3rd. 1842. 3-.V-11.
M atch Maker Silver Smith,
rrillE subscriber begs leave to in
form the citizens of Lincoln and
the adjoining counties, that he has lo
cked himself in Troy, Mo., and vvul
attend, with promptness, to all orders
for work, in the various branches ol
his business. ,
HORATIO A. HHLR.
t a.,.t 91 1842. 43
i i uy , - " ...
l, -F. CEjYT RE WARD.
RANAWAY from the umlf rtipned, on tiie
adin-t. NATMAXIKI; K. ATKINS
indentured apprentice. I ' "? ("'
.11 nmoni from barbo.ir; or tr...t..,S lorn
on our account as we will d " MU of
bi. contracting. JAg gM ,TJIi & SON.
New London, July M.M SwW
FOi: SALE AT THIS OFEICE-
IN pursuance of an order af the Circuit Court
of Pike County, Missouri, made at it
June Term, 13t2, 1 shall proceod to sell to the
highest bidder, on a credit of twelve months,
(the purchaser giving bond with approved se.
uoanng inierssi at the rale or six peri
ennt tier n n n 1 1 r rO a t I li. r., II J . : - I
i - - " ..wui, iiuu:id u u.J r, in
the town of Bowling Green, in said County of
Pike, on the 2(ilh day of September, 1842, and
during the term of the C rcuit Court of said
County of Fiko. the followinir described Real
Estate, lying and being situated in said County
of Pike, and bidvnging to the estate of John
11. Sturgeon, deceased, lo wit: Beginning at a
post corner to lots numbered 2 and 3 (of An.
toine Sougrani's survey of 3050 arpents) stand
ing at the edge of the Mississippi river, from
which a maple tree ten inches in diameter
bears south furiy.one tlegrees, west one hun
dred and nineteen links, thence south sixty
one degrees west, with lot No. 2, hfty.four
chains and fifty-live links to corner to lots 2
and 3 eight hundred and fifty.five links from
Thomas Davis' corner, thence eoulh twenty,
nino degrees cast, twenty. nine chains, sixty
two links, to a post corner to lots three and
four of said survey, from which a red oak 8 in
ches in diameter, bears south 22 8 links and
a pin oak sixteen inches in diameter, bears
north eleven degrees west 2t links, thenre
north CI dejrecs cast, fiftv-fnur chains liflv
iitiks to corner of lots 3 and 4 in the lino of
the aforesaid survey, from which an elm 15 in
ches in diameter benrs north 2'i t'egrcc west,
sistnen links; thonco north 211 degrees west,
with the line of said survey i!'J chains 63 links
to the beginning; and also another tract, it he.
inglot No. i of said survey of 305(1 arpents,
being tho corner to lots 3 and 4 in said survey.
from which an elm 15 inches in di:iinoler
bears north 11 degrees west 1G links, distant
thence south 29 degrees east, with the line of
said survey 29 chains iii links to flic corner of
sai'l survey; thence south M degrees west,
with the lino of said svrvey, 51 chains 5(1 links,
to a post corner ofsaid lot So. 4, from which a
hickory 12 inches in diuueter bears north 13
degrees west S links and a black oak IS inches
in diameter bears south 3i degrees v.esl, di.
tanl27 links; thence north 29 degrees west 29
chains li'J links to a post, corner to lots 3 and
4, from which a red oik 8 inches in diameter
bears smith 23 degrees east di.-tunt d links, and
o pin oak Id inches in diameter, bcais north
II" west 2G links; thence north G I degrees
eat with the lino of lot No. 3, .14 chains 50
links to the beginning, and which said tracts
cf lund bounded as above are parts of the sur
vey of Antoino Sourrain, aa aforesaid, and
numbered lots 3 and 4 in a survey ofsaid tract
ef land made by M. J. Noyes, bolh containing
three hundred and scventy.nine arpents and
liny-two hundredths, and also another tract,
containing by estimation 2 acres and bounded
as follows: beginning at a post section corner
and north and south lino between sec. 31 and
33, township 53 N. IS. I east, thence running
cast with the open line through said sect. 32,
21 cha ins to a post, corner to lot number 1 and
3, from which a red oak 12 inches in Jinnc'er
bears south 79 dogrcrs west, diUnt 22 links,
anil an ash G indies iu di'imete-, liars north
5, s decrees cnsl, di.tunt 9 links; thence north
1G chains and G5 links lo a nost in the line
ofsaid survey of Anloine Sougrain, from
which a while oak eight inches in diameter,
beers nor 111 G depress west, dintant 15 links,
and an ash G inches in diauieter, bears south 9
degrees cat distant 27 links, tben:.e south Gl
degrees est, with Sougrain's line, I G chains
and 25 links to Sourain's corner, thence north
23 degrees west, witii Sougrain's survey, Id
chains, to a fractional corner; thence s.iulh 20
chaint- the beginning, deeded to said John
II. Sturgeon by iked from David lemaslera
and wife; and also ono other tract of laud be
ing pi rl of lot No. 5, iu said survey of Antoine
fiugrain, hounded as follows: beginning at a
post, corner to lots 5 and G in the hue of Thom
as 1) ivis survey, from which a white oak 12
inches in diainotrr bears south G degrees west,
distant IN links, and a stiir tree ti inches in
di uueter bears south 23 degrees cast, distant
32 ImUs; liiencc south 29 degrees en', with
th line between lots 5 and ti aforesaid, 23
chains and 90 links to a p"st from w hich a red
oak lS inches in diameter bears south 7 1.2
degrees west, distant 42 links; thenco north Gl
decrees east 34 chains 75 links to a post on the
line of lot No. 4 of said survey, from which a
cherry tree 5 inches in diameter bears south
7G degrees west, distant 68 links, and an elm
9 inches in dismctcr hears 23 1-2 degrees west,
distant sixty. two links; Ihenco north 29 degrees
west 33 chains and 90 links, to a hackherry,
corner to Thomas Davi's surrey, from which
an elm marked 4, bears south 59 1-2 degrees
wet, distant fifty links; thence south 61 de
grees west with said Davis' line, 34 chains and
75 links, to tho ptaco of beginning, containing
by estimation one hundred anil thirty-eight ar.
pents and & 1 2 hundredths, aO-er deducting tho
aforesaid quantity of one hundred and nine
acres, assigned and set apart as the dower of
siid Margaret Sturgeon, widow of said John
II. Sturgeon deceased, the said tract of one
hundred and nine arpents, assigned as dowur
aforesaid, being taken otrfrom tho weslorly
end of lot number five of Sougrain's survey.
WM. FEMX, Shoritr.
Aug. 30th, ls42. 44
fX virtue and by authority of an
alias execution issued I ruin the
office of the Cleik of the Circuit Court
of the county of 1'ike, in the State
of Missouri, in favor of Levi l'ctii
bone, and against James 1). Tisdale,
and Hiram C Edwards, I have levied
upon and seized all the light, title,
interest, and cluim, of the said James
1). Tisdale, of in and to the following
real estate, situate lying and being
in said county of Pike, to wit: lots
io. 163, 1C1, and 48, with all the im
provements thereon, in the town of
liowling Green, and theS. E. i of the
X. V. qr. of section 19 T. 53, X. of
II. 3 W., and will sell the same to the
highest bidder, lor cash iu hand, at
tiie Court Heuse door in the town of
UoA lin Green, on the 29 h day ol
September 1 G-l'J, between the hours
ol 9 and 5 o'clock of that day, and
during the term of the circuit court
of said county of 1'ike, to satisfy said
execution and all costs.
W M. PEXIX, Sheriff.
September 3rd, 1842. 344.
IY virtue and authority ol an exe--
cution issued Irom the ollice of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Audrain County Missouri, in favor
of Waller M. Walker, and against
Isaac Herriok, bearing date the 18th
day of August 1812, and to rne di
rected, I have levied upon and sei.ed
all the right, title, and interest of the
said Hei rick, of in and to the follow
inrr ripsrriboil ,n"x '''te. lvillgaU.4
being situate in the countv of Pike,
to wit: lot No. ninety four (94) in
the town of Louisiana; and wiil sell
the sme to the highest bidder for rea
dy money, at the Court Housedoorin
the town of Bowling Green, in said
county of Pike, on the 26th day of
September 1842, between the hours
of 9 and 5 o'clock of said d ly, and
during the term of the circuit court
for said county of Pike, to satisfy
said execution and all costs.
WM. PEXIX, Sheriir.
September 3rd, 1842. ' 3w44.
TY virtue and authority of anexe-
MJ cution issued rrom the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Pike county Misssouri, in favor of
the county of Pike, and ng:imst
Thomas McQueen, John II. Carter,
and Samuel Pepper, bearing date the
13th day of July 1842, and to me di
rected, I have levied upon and seized
nil the right title and interest of the
said John II. Carter, of in and to the
fi.llowiiii; described real estate, lvins:
and being situate in said county of
nke,to wit: lot Ao. twenty-live (25)
in the town of Ciarksville; and will
sell the same to the hi.die.st bidder for
ready money at the Court House
door, in the town of Dowling Green,
in said county of Pike, on the 27th
day of September 1342, between the
hours of 9 and 5 o'clock of said dav.
and during the term of the Circuit
Court, for said county to satisfy said
execution and all costs.
WM. PEXIX, Sheriir.
September 3rd, 1842. 3w44
2Y authority of two executions
issued Irom the office ot the Clerk
of the circuit court, of the countv of
Pike in the slate of Missouri, one in
favor of William Shaw, and the other
in favor of Jesse W. Siiaw,andairainst
James M. White, I have levied upon
and seized all the right title and inte
rest and claim o! the said James M
White, of in and to the following
Ileal Est. iic. .situate I ving ami being
in said countv of Pike, to wit: lot
Xo. IC in the town of Ashley, nnJ
will sell the saine to the highest bid
der for cash in hand at tho Court
House door, in the town of I'ewling
Green, on the 28ih d iy of Septem
l'i r 1312, between the bonis of 9
and 5 o'clock of that day, and dur
ing tiie term of the ciicuit court of
stiid county of Pike, to satisfy said
executions and a'l costs.
WM. PEXIX, Sheriir.
September 3rd, 1812. 3vv4i
I X pursuance of an order of the
Ciicuil Court of Pike county, made
at the June term 1842, at the instance
ol John Stark, and others, heirs ol
James Fry deceased; 1 shall expose
lo public sale, before the Court House
door, in the lown of Rowling Green,
on the 26ih day of September 1842,
and between tiie Imuis of 9 and 5
o'clock of said day, and during the
term of s:iid Circuit Court, the fol
lowing Real Estate, lying in said
county ol Pike, to wit: lot Xo. 164,
iu the town ol LouiMann. The above
lot will be suld on a credit ot six
months, the purchaser giving bund
and approved security lor the pay
ment ol Hie purchase moncv.
WA1. PEXIX, Sheriir.
September, 3rd, 1812. 3w4 1
H Y Virliib ol a died of liut executed to
JD the uniUi.-igiiid by l lioiua. Uiuod uud
I'.iizitbclli 12 Ll.inJ, hi. wile, bearing date
the llith day of ise pleiiiLec 141, lor tee
purpose ol" aceuiiut; to Jauiei W. I'limputtl,
lliraui li. hdward,, and John Itogci, tliu
puyiiit'iit ol a .uiii of uionry tliticm men
tioned. We shall in pursuance of provi-iuul
uade iu saiil deed proceed to sell Hi pub
lic sale to the highest bidder before the Court
lluu.e door ill the town of Howling Greer,
ill the County nf 1'ike, ou .Monthly the -litli
day of September iiext,lhe following prop
erty lo wit: Onu i'tgro uian named t'utricU,
u mi a likely young woman named Clam,
altu a certain piece or parcel of laud Ijiu
adjoioiug the town of Howling Uieen, in Ihe
comity aforesaid, cjuiiiiiiicing and ruuuiiij
ul follows: beginning at attune iu the East
mid West line between section 4 aud 2.") iu
township 03 N. It. U W.ruuuing ttience with
said line south Ol, wot 3 chaiuj aud 2
links to a atuiMi, coruer to Tbuuias liruces,
thence north U west 25 chains and 4 links
to a stone, then north bl east 3 cbaius aud
2oliuks, to aitone, llieuce south 9eubt 2o
chains and U llilikl to llic beginuiog, con
tinuing eight acres nud forty three hundrelbs
more or less, nud is well improved, and a
desirable place for a fumily residence.
Acting as trustee we will cuuvey such
title only as ii vested iu us by tho uloreiaid
Jetdol tru t. Terms of ittlu uiudu known
ou the day of sale.
A. II. KL'CKNKU, rustees.
August y. Ih lb4 J. tf 43
JOKIT AD iUVIS, OT. D.
HAVING located in the village of
Ashley, will give prompt attention to
any call in the line of his Profession.
May 7,1842. 3w27.
JUST received on consignment, and
for sale low for CASH ONLY.
150 bbls. Kcnawha Salt, of superior
quality, in first rate bbls.
E. St D. DRAPER.
May 7th, 1842-31, 27
It is tins to the Democrats of
Pike County, that the adjourn
ed question of veracity, be
tween the Hon. U. Boon, and
D. C. M. Parsons, Esq , respect-
in? a "bargain , in relation to a
candidate for Congress from
this section of the State, should
be settled to the satisfac
tion of the public. Both of
them are therefore called up
on to attend at Howling Green,
on Saturday the 3d of Septem
ber next.and let the public know
all about that report. We say
to all, come and hear for your
selves, and don't forget that Sa
turday the 3d of September is
the day of the meeting.
roulinr Green, August 1842.
District Court of the U. States 714298
For Ihe District of Missouri.
In Ihe matter of Samuel W. Built". Ou
the 6th day of July Samuel VV. liurks,
6 lid his petition ill the District Court, for
the benefit of the Iiunkrupt law; where
upon, it is ordered, that the Jith day of
Sept. next be Fet for the benrinsr said peti
tionin said Court, at tho City of JeHVrseD,
when aud where all interested may attend
and show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of the petitioner "houlil Dot be
Teste, JASON HARRISON, Clerk.
S. UucKSF.a, Sol.
August, (ith 142 810.
District Court of the United Stntes,
I'nr the District of Missouri.
In the matter of John U. I.uke On
the IMIth day of April 1-42, John I..
I.uke, filed his petition in the District
Court, for the benefit of the IJankriift law;
Whereupon, it is ordered, that the fith day
of Sept. next be set for the hearing said pe
tition in said Court, at the City of Jefferson,
when anil where all intertHrd may attend,
and show caur, if any they have, wby
the piayer of the petitioner should not
Teste, JASON HARRISON, Clerk.
Hocr & Hcnton, Sols.
'V R. IIickmhh Att'y.
'Jury lh -,?4-, Pw..
rlMIE public arc notified that a school
will be opened on the 8th inst.. in
the Seminary, Bowling Green Pike
county Mo., under the direction of the
undersigned (teacher,) who will eive
instruction in the following branches of
learning at the following rates, to wit:
Spelling, reading, writing, and Arithme
ti , cr quarter of twelve weeks. ,$3,00
Lnghsh Grammar, Geography Ge
ometry and Surveying. 4,00
I le flutters himself that he will be a-
ble to give genend satisfaction to all those
who will favor him with their patro-
fiL'Piti r na a -i m r
nage. ju-cru ni-..-iu.-ix.
August 6th, 1812. 3w40.
r PI IE Co-partnership that heretofore
existed under the firm of WHITE
and PRE WITT, between James M.
White and William C. Prewkt, termin
ated on the 30th day of June last, by mu
tual consent. The signature of the firm
will be used by either of the parties in
JAMtS AI. Will IE,
WM. C. PREWITT.
Ciarksville, July 8, 1842. 37
All persons whose accounts of 1S40
and '41, with the late firm of White and
Prewitt, are unsettled, arc requested to
come forward and close the same by pay
ment, or by note, immediately.
iff 1 he undersigned will continue the
Mercantile and Commission and Far-
warding business, in his own name and
on his own account.
W. C. PREWITT.
Ciarksville, July 8, 142.
To a murk tnlillcd Truth rertut Errnr alias
Phyloiwphyt Reason aud Common Srttsr,
againtl Fully, Prejudice and
Br A Physician or Missouri.
" If achievements of glory are not in our
power, lei us endeavor to lengthen our short
portion ol existence by those ol literary honor.
and since il is not granted us to live long; let
h transmit to posterity some memorial that
we hate at leait lited."YLXM.
Will be submitted to the Press, as saon as a
sufficient number of subscribers can be obtain
ed to defray the expense of publication, ho
firtt trnet of a work with tho above caption
The production is based on philosophical
and theological principles, and the primary dc
sign of the author is, to satirizo some of the
prominent errors, prejudices and superstitions
of the age.
The tank undertaken has been accomplish
ed at tho expense of mncli lime, literary re
search, and mental 'abour. A Krontispioce,
in uniion with the object and character of tho
work, will be prefixed thereto, exhibiting in
strong relief "Death upon the pale ho'e,"
and the Devil on tho red, in eager pu'uit of a
Roligious Enthusiast on a bog, an'i u Aboli
tionist on a negro.
Should the fiat series be me'. Dy tht en
courngement tho author flUore himself it
merits, the eeeond will accecd ,Ccordin-ly
As it is the first cie'jtmc work publi.cd in
Missouri, tho autb or eeU n8 prilJa and con
fidence to believe, that il will be duly palroniz.
ed by an ir,tej!igont, reUecting, and readine
Tj priee of the first aeries, comprising a
Volume of two hundred or more pagoa (bound
in boards.) will cost one dollar per ropy.
UTubacriptins to the above work will be
received at the UaJical Office.
Look at this!!.
A LL persons indebted to 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
in the years 1839, and 1340, r.re here
by notified that if they do not make
payment within a terry short time,
their notes will be sued upon, with
out partiality, favour, or afleciion.
I. N. BRYSOX.&Ca.
P. S. We will receive WHEAT,
at the highest market price, in pay
ment of debts or for Goods, or will re
ceive it for Shipment, on account of
the owner if proffered.
1. IN. u. at GO.
Irfiuisi.ma. July 2G. 1842. 39,
IVTYwif Nancy, having left my
house without c.iuse or provo
cation, all persons are hereby notified
that I will not pa y any debts contract
ed by her,
B. G. TUTT.
August 20, 1C42. 43
WE will receive good merchantable
Wheat at the highest market pnVe,
delivered nt our store, in payment of debts
and gnoih. We take Ihe present occasion
to fiiy to tho'e indebted to os on notes or
accounts due on or prior to the lit. day nf
January la-t, that WE MUST HAVE
MONKY. or we ennnnt keep op business.
A we cannot he expected to five personal
notice toseveial hundred individuals, those
who do not pay or make tome arrangement,
niut not expect us to give further notice iq
case of suits.
E. & D. DRAPER.
Louisiana. Mo. August 13, '4"2 4w41
STATE OK MISSOURI, 1
County of Pike.
In the County Court, August Term, 1843.
William liemling, and William C. Dnwii.
in. Administrators of the Estate of William
D. Uigs deceased, come and file their pe
tition, for the sale of the Real Estate of
said deceased, and said petition is acrom
panicd by a true account of their admin
istration, a list of tbe debts duo to and by
the deceased, and remaining unpaid, and
an inventory of the real estate, ami of the
remaining personal estate, and all other
assets in their bands, the whole verified by
the affidavit of said Administrators. It it
therefore ordered that all persons interested
in said estate be notified ofsaid petition,
od th:it unless the contrary be shown, on
or before the first day of the next Term of
this Court, nn order will be made for tbe
sale of the following real estate lying in said
county of Tike, vix: S i of lot No. 2, N.
W. (1r.sect. ls T. 54 K R 2 W., tiie W J
V W qr. sect. 17 T. 54 N R 2 W the E t
. E lr. S :il T 03 N R 4 W., the U'lN
W ;r. Sect. 32 T 52 N R 4 W the fi
E r. of cct. .10, T 52 NK4IV the W
I 2 S E qr sect. :J0, r.nd the W 1 2 N E qr
Sect. 31, T 52 X ft 4 W.,or so much there
of as will be mllicii nt to pay the debts of
said deceased; and that this notice be pub
lished in some ncspapcr in thii state for six
A true copy of tbe record.
Teste, A. II. Dl'CKXER, Cie.k.
August "0, '42. 6w42.
Fl - A L SETTLliM OT.
rjpIIE undersigned administratorof
the estate of David IV.erbatiph,
deceased, late nf Pike County Mo.
hereby gives notice to all creditor
and others interested in said estate,
th it he intends to make a final set
tlement ol said estate, at the next
Nov. term .f the County Court of
JAS. ANDERSON, Adufr.
August 20, 1842. 4w42.
HOI ICE is hereby given to all persona
concerned or in mi wav interested in
tbe e-ta'.e .f Eilward Hull dee'd. that the
undersigned Adni'r. of said deceased, will
nuke a final settlement of said estate, at
the next November term of the Countv
Court of Lincoln county, in the state tf
Missouri, to be begun and held nt the Conrt
Utilise iu the town of Troy at the next Nov.
teiui of IheCiuuly Court of snid county.
JAMES CLAKK, Adni'r.
A"i.'" -t 20 1R12. 4w42. '
THE public are hereby notified that there
will be an application made to tho next Gen.
era I Assembly nf the Slate of Missouri, for a
new county, to be composed of a part of Pike,
Montgomery and Audrain counlic.
August the 8th, 1642. 41
ADM 1 N 1STRATION NOTICET
aJVyoTICH is hertby given that tbe nn
JLl der-'igncd lias taken out letters of Ad
ii.inistrali. n on the estate of Ranney I-iforo-a
def eased, heurtng date the JOth of Alight,
A. D. 1-42. All person., therefore, ip.Jebt
ed to the estate of said deceased are re.
quested to make immediate Pr aient jarsj
all persons having claims agnip tsaii estate,
are requested to exhibit therj property aur
thrntiented, within one year rfm tht data
of said letters, or they may ,e precluded;
from having any benefit C ,ad e.tate arnj
if said claims are net r.rcted within threo
years, they will 'je ro-.cer hancd
JAMFS u r WORCE, A.lm'r.
Aucst 13, lg-42. :;w4l
JU)M1N .'.STJIATION JflCET
NOTICE is herrby gien, that the nn-ricr-ineJ
has obtained from the Cleik
of the. Comity Court cf Kalis county, let
ters of Administration upon the Estate i(
Wnlter Caldwell dee'd , bearing date tl.s
lStb day of July A. D. 142. All persons
having claims against laid e-tate, are re
quested to exhibit them in one year from
the date of laid letters forallowance, or
they runy bo precluded from any I em-fit of
said estate; mid if such claims are nut pre
sented witliin tbree years from the dale of
said letters, they will be -forever barred.
SAM. K. CALDWELL, J , ,
KOBEKTB. CALDWELL, '
Augu.l Clh 1542. " ' ).