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r. Missouri Elohuenck. The Saint
Louis Ledger gives the substance of a
speech recently made before the leg
islature of Missouri:-
.' 3fr. Speaker, I'm Wolf Jim
from one of the upper counties.
can whip the toe-nails off a grizzly
bar, and depopulate the wolf digging
of their inhabitants, just ns fast as a
skin-flint. Si". Louis Yankee would
wiggle himself into a money corpo
ration therefore, I go hide, hair, and
eiglitefn squeals :igin this invasion of j
eternal rights. yiit, sink the liber
ties of the whole norlh-easlernmost
part of our county, by repudiating
the bounty on them varmint' head
d-esc;nnd N ,ms 't the Govern
or's liit'e lov, Bill, may wear ruffle
shirts, and that suck-in shavin shop.
St. Louis, may keep, her inhabitants
ch iwin' up-river corn at a cheap price.
Why its monstrns! Do you happen
to know. Mr. German! that thev
hive gotin that thar place a conl.i
Aation? You needn't look as if a
wild cat had lit on yoj, for they have.
Fire engines, strain saw millsp-neni
machines, two hundred liwvers, as
tnauv difitnra, a shop to make in re
in, witha-row of steamboats -all
combined in an und ssolved philanx
to wage an exterminating, never end
Jnirr.inlt.v.Mi .n.m, vu..r- I
J .i :
sh. or,hntr..,L,' . r '
nt f..r.,;i i, i. ..ni;-..,i.i J
-riffhts of Wolf H.-Uow- nnlitssi.nl,.!''."30 V"'"' the potatoe coffee
productions in particular, is tins any
lonjerto be tolerated? ' No, sir! rath
er let us be exiled- to the dark gorges
"of the Rocky Mountains, where corn
whiskey is not to be foun I, and where
the light of r.ivilizition can't pene
trate, they are so fir down; rather let
us submit to become lightnin' rods to
the snow-heade 1 summits of these
bluffs of the Pacific, than be melted
like lliii cakes of ice. by the fire -of
this aristixrratic cookinz stove.'
, - Pair of mvi i.y France and Es
lako. Dr. llagnn. to one of his Eu
ropean letters, which are full of facts
nnd instruction, speaks of the van v
SUULMVI VWIIUHHIM VI lilt U"W.IU.UI
classes of all description, on .he en
iinArm s AAnliti.tt ftf lint mKAtii.tinir
tinent. and mrlir il:.rl v of Fr,nW.li,r 1 ,ere gnZ oil, may
when compared with those of Great
.uritain nd lie'and-'-n fact which has
tdwnys been strenuoudy denied Iry
the advocates of the j aper system.
Whi'e the producers of Prance actu
ally receive a larger 1 n mount of-a
sound currency thnn the English do
of a'bhiled-fiirrency, they purchase
heir food Iro n 30 to 40 per cent,
cheaper; niakinz nn actual difference
of 63 percent, in their wanes. This
nccoon's for the higher decree ofcoin-
fort, intcllisence, and civil.tlion in
'France, when ' compared with Eng
land. Tne imprnvement in machine
ry, which is now rrnking rapid pro
press on the continent, will increase
this growing disparity in ihe condi
tion of. the two countries; and noth
ing, tlw writer says, but the repudia
tion of the national debt, the ab!i".ion
of the laws of entail : n I piimogeni
ture, the church establishment, and a
governn:ent valuni m of the land--,
will enaMe England to complete with
her better-jrovernpi' neighbors. To
sustain his fict, Or. II. refers to the
London Time, which s'ated, on the
authority of . statistical tables, that
the average price of labor in France
1 If. 90c, or 19 1.' per diy. In the
department " or the Khuie it is 1 f.
40c, r. 144. InlheSeine Infeiietire
it is 2f- In the same p iper it was al
so elated that the price of the best
bread was 391 higher in London than
in Paris: '
Ai wages are principally laid out
for bread, and the price of bread has
a great influence over ll.c price of all
other things," we must conclude lint
waces in Frani' are 3D per cent.
more . valuable in relation to bread,
and nearly all .other things, than ; in
England. Consequently, wages in
France should be raised 391 percent."
tn order to constitute a fair comp iri-
aoa between the value of wages, or
what they will, buy, in France and
fSndand. "On this principle, and tak
ing 40 percent, as around number,
th average wages of France are
very nearly 27d. per day; the lowest
rate mentioned is I91d., and the hig'.i
eetMd. The average wages of the
arrricultoral district's in Eneland are
- In mnnv narts of
Somerset and Wiltshire we have
much iniimnhv.' including that of
Mr. B. Escottt, M. P., to prove that
t wages of agricultural laborers do
not exceed 6s. per week, or 12J. per
day. On this comparison, it follows
that the average wages of agricultur
al laborers in " England and 25 . per
. cent. Inwr than the lowest wages
ft bran.. anH In. Inwnat waffes of
picultoral laborers in England are
63 per cent, lower than the lowest
wtget of France." .
Millie Doctwjiv The Philadel
phia Ledger ssys, we have recorded
omt of the ill effects produced by
Miller's doctrines upon the minds of
h'u hearers, and wetiave now per con
tra to notice one of its good effects.
A man near Conennf iw ft i.
become firmly convinced that Mill
er theory of the earth's speedy des
truction is true, came 37 miles on one
of the coldest day- of the season, to
confe that 13 years ago, he stole
?, .m a gentleman there." If Mr.
u 7 1 "c'rines will persuade all
the dishonest to give up their ill-gotten
gams to the proper owners, we
should have no hesitation in contribu
ting towards raising a crusade to have
them preached in all corners of the
Lntied States, and particularly in
I exas. and such portions of Europe
ns the absquatulators have resorted
' otTBSTITOTK FOR COFFEE. S Weet
potatoes rut up in small pieces and
browned as you d. coffee, and after
wards ground in li.e same manner.
ana alterwar.ls boiled as ground cof
fee, cannot be discerned from the re-
. I ; 'I'. -. r
... . ..i.uiiu. ii.n imormauon we
?ei iro;n Jolin V. fm;er, captain of
the steamer Mustang Memphis
The above is plausible, and cer
i..:i.. . .L -
.Muijr itiu uying. iuany a poor
laborer finds the article of "cofi'.-e n
ihf:uy ,as "n h" P'et, yet deems
it necessarv to h ive something in the
morning wiito his breakl.isi, stronger
l" w:l ler- vneinertie taste be
'deceptive enonsrh to lead liim to he
,,e drinking t'.e genuine Ila-
""'V is not ' ",ucli conscience
ach. N. O.
nutriment to the stom-
Dkstint. -0!i, how stranne and
complicated is the web of God's will!
How the smallest, the most pitiful,
the most empty of things, by his great
and wise volution, act their pait in
mighty changes! How a look, a tone,
a s-mnd, a pebble in our pth, a grain
of dost in our eyes, and headache, a
fit of g'oom, a caprice,a desire, nny
not only change the whole current
of one m in's existence, but affect the
being ol stiles and empires, and after
hti'iian destinies to the end of lime!
The present state ol France, one
whole mass ol lact. circumstances
. i i
'nc ents.accKlents, and events, which
la all owinii
to a lad . , whom I knew well, having
splashed her stocking filtv vears ao,
How in the name of Heaven!' asks
the reader. Thus! She was goin
out of her house with a relation in the
town f Di'uri. when, carelessly put
ting "nor foot on a stone, she splashed
Iter stocking, hlie went back t
change it; the delay occupied a quar
ter of n hour. v hen she went on
:isj:iin, she met al the corner, of the
Place, a man. since too f uimus in his
tory, then so-ircply known as any
thine but a clever fop. His name
was Francis .Maximilian Robespierre
Instead of going m, he turned with
her and her relation, and walked up
and down the Piace with them for
!ia!fmi-hour. In one of the houses
hard by.a debiting society was in the
act ol canvas-inborn? political ones-
ti. n. As thev passed t and IVo,
be-pierre listtn -d at the door some
time to hear. itnl at length, pronoun
cini the Jebators to be all tools to
gether, he rushed in to set them right
b ton) that moment, he entered ve
hemently into all the fiery discus
sions which preceded the revolution.
in which he hud never Mken pari be
fore, aud "raped at power, which
opened the do irsof the cage, and let
out the tiger in his heart. Thus, had
the lady not splashed her stocking,
sdie would not have met the future ty
rant; he would hnae pursued his way,
and would not have turned back to
the Piace; he would never have heard
the debate that fust called him into
action, for he was going to quit Douri
the next da ; and who" can say how
thatoor fact, in the infinite number
of its combinations with other things,
mi.'ht have affected the whole social
world at present!-' James.
- AN ACT
To abolish Imprisonment for Debt.
Be it enacted by the. General Assembly
of the Stale of Missouri, as follows:
Six. 1. That no person shall, t.f
ter the passage of this act, be arrest
ed, held to bad or imprisoned on any
mesne process or execution, founded
upon anv debt or contract whatever.
Sec 2. That all acts or parts of
acts, inconsistent with the provisions
of this act, be, and the same are here-
Ti.a rt to take effect and be
force from and after its passage. .
M. M. MARMADUKE.
President of the Senate.
Speaker of the H. of R.
Approved, Jan. 17, 1843.
Slavkrt. No one applauds, says
the N. Y. Union, or approves that
portion of Dickens' Notes relating to
slavery, not Irom attachment to the
institution itself, but from his miscon
ception of the whole system, and tb
treatment of what are called slaves
infinitely better and more hurnane in
the South, than we find in an English
ate Penitevth nw r . 1
I he Report of the Inspectors fives'
the following statement: convicts in
the prison 2G:h " N.ivpmJ tor IfMCI
eighty-nine: since then, received one
hundred ohd fifty; discharged on the
expiration of sentences, seventy-nine;
K.uiicu uy uie uovcrnor. Iwenty;
escaped, five; died Tour; pardoned by
icMiieni, one; leaving now in
the Penitentiarv. 131.
Wew Orleans Market.
Every department of trade ha been
much neglected during the latter part
of last week, with droopins prices.
robacco The few sales made du
ring the week were at steady prices,
among them we notice the following:
24 hhds. X's 2 1's and F's. at 2i to 21,
4J,an'5i;14lihdsat2i,4, and 5; 8
hhds X's and 2J's at 21 a 44; 9 hhds
X's nt 54 a Sic.
Sugar. 3 a 5c for merchantaU?
sugarsand 2ja 3c. for unmerchanta
Flour. The pi ices during the
week have ranged at 3 871 a 4; du!!:
and ns we heard of no snles under or
above these raUs, we place them as
the fair quotations, but are of opinion
that lare lots could be bought for a
fraction less than cur lowest figures.
'or'-.- Former prices have been
with difficulty sustiined, viz: prime
.5 75 a $G; M. O. $7 a 7 35; mess
J5 ou; clear ' ',0.
Bacon. We have to notice a sale
ol new from levee, say for hams 7;
sides and shoi.lder 31; but rates from
store range, s iv for hams. 7 a 8; sides
31 a 31; shoulders 31 a 4c.
Lard. Sales hav been fr?ely made
from !eve at 51 a Cc
Cum. 32 a 33c.
Oats. In bulk, 1 8 a 20j; in sack, 25c
The sons of Mr. Spencer. A cor
respondent of the National Intelligen
cer contradict a storv abont one of
the sons of Mr. S., who was said to be
at SinT Sinn;
a,ThSerr,tarvnf War had thren
. . ... ,
sons. i ne etoest remen several
years at Cleveland. Ohio, in the
practice of law. His second son
John C. Spencer, Jr.. is now in th
Mediterranean, on bord the U. S.
ship commanded by his uncle, William
Spencer. This young gentleman,
than whom one more exemplary, es
timable and virtuous docs not exist.
csided several venrs in Albany.
where he was not only ifspected but
beloved by all with whom he associa
ted. And yet this youth, hose char
acter is unblemished.nnd whose whole
life has been blameless, is reprcsentel
through the press as an inmate of the
Sing Sing prison! I do tint say that
these cruel and unfounded charges
have. been made maliciously, but the
effect of them i not the less injurious
to the character of an absent and in
jured young man. or harrowing to the
bicreaied feelings of his aflloted
Wa with -pleaaora yeild to the aolicitatiora
of a friend in giving inaerlion to the following
Tery interesting apecimen of poetical talen1
frr.m the pen of a new correspondent. The
Bowing atvle - the harmony At above all the
rich aentimenta contained in each vera clearly
indicate that the author abilitira ara of no or
dinary character. Indeed we maatazpres our
aurpriae, that tha Aalilry Card could ao long
bar cloned th public ear to tha gentle laya of
hia muse. The world will yot however find a
rich treasure of enjoyment in hia active brain.
When we first read hie ianeyt at effuaicn wa
could not help exclaiming in the language of
"Let Pinder rliime no more.
Let Milton fill the tnmb.
Put Pope behind tha door.
And give this poet room."
For the benefit of
One of the old yellow hen'a clucks
I fix in thia kind ol a fix
And another one lhatthinka he's a state
I wiil give a more durable bale
I do not belong to the Jackobins a tall
You rnuil give one of them a call
Go vain creature mount tha aky '
And see if there be a lie
See if it ba there for yon to bnild open
To slab tha character of thia earthly one
Old satan though as vile as you
Doea not pilter like a Jew
Ye villain we will horlly find you in Jail
Yon will look like a fox without a tail
With bloated eyea and quite a red nose
For nothing else but pilfering old clothes
With handcuff on made of great chain
v You will pick our teeth with year pitti
II vile man of low degree
Such fillhey thinga can only sea
But one with an eloquent mind
Would leave them all behind
And view the planets above the aky
Which surround the father on high
Aahley Jan 13th 1843
LAMBS WOOL, WANTED!!
THE subscriber wishes to purchase
a quantity of Lambs Wool, for which
a fair price will be paid. Ho will also
take in exchange for Hats, Furs of every
description. WAYNE ADAMS.
Bowling Green, Jan. 28th, 1843.
ALL those indebted la the undersigned will
call and pay some; rsnew old aotas, and
close book accounts withoot dlay. Thoaethat
do not attend thieeall, will catch it. No two
wart about it W.efJ. HENDRICK.
Howling Green, Dae. 55, 1813. 3w9.
Mjcxicaut iMDEJisiTr. We are hap
py to be enable to inform our readers,
from information received from an un
questionable source, that terms of
payment of the Mexican Indemnity
h ive been agreed upon, aud the nego
tiation respecting them settled.
Ihe payments are to be made in
ten yearly instalments, with 3 per
cent, intrest upon the nrincinnl.
OTICJCUhereby given that Ihe under-
fignetl b takn out letters of A'limn-
Mration on tha etate of Willinm Ballon
clec'd, ftora Uie Clerk of Couutr Court of
Pike County Scaring date the 17 of Jan.
V. D. 134.'! : nil pefonn, therefore who
have aajclaimi araimt the entnte of inid
deceased are required to exhibit the mme
duly authenticated forallowance, within one
year irom the date or Mid letters, or they
may be precluded from having any benefit
of (aid estate, and if inch elaiini are sot
preheated within threfl jeara they will be
LORENZO D. BOLTON, Admr.
January 21t. If4'J. 312
WILT, be taken in payment of subscrip
tion t Ihe Radical, if del. vered aoon.
Jaonary 21st. 1843.
MY wife Elizabeth Seelye having
left my Ued and Board without
just cause or provocation thw is to
for warn all persons from harboring or
tmstinp heron my account, as I will
pay no debts of her contracting-.
Jnnunry 14. 1843. 3wlK
BOOT 4 SHOE IlIAKIXG.
"IVTATH'L W. JONES, would in
' form the citizens of Dowling
Green end vincinity, that l.e has es
tablished himself in the above busi
ness in the shop occupied by B. Bran
ham, where he ui.I hold himself in
readiness at all times to attend to all
cidls in his line, with promptness.
Bowling Gren, Jan. 7, 1843- 3t.
. be taken in payment of sabscnp-
tion at this oliicc
IS hereby giaen that on the 2d. day of Janua
ry next, al Uie court house in Bowling
Oreen, I ahail rent at public auction the real
eatate bslnngint; to the estate or Les ia Ulrr.
back deeeaaec; ennaiating nf one dwelling
houae in aaid town mill Kitchen, Smoke
llouaaand Garden, nowaecupied by Dr. Wa
tare, and one o'.her mall frame building.
J.G. RODGKRS, Ailm'r.
December II), 143. 3w6,
rpllK Sl'DKCRIBEK rapeclfully informs
ins innabilanli ot Howling lieen, ami
vicinity, that lie haa commenced buaineva in
Mr. Uranham'a a'orc. next door weal of Ihe
Post Office, where be will carry on the
in all its varioua branches, and at greatly redn.
eeo prices- lie pledge biniseli lo puneluah.
tv and promptness al the following great re.
duetion of price:
For full trimmed drera costs bound or cord
Formerly charged $10
Fine costs formerly 7
Fine panla "
Janes do -Finn
s . . .
2 - - -9
. . .
4i5 . . .
5 - . .
Janes coala "
Coats formerly . 50 els. .- . 35
PanU Sc. vests do 25 els. . . " ID
December, 31st. 1843. 39.
SALE OF :
I N virtue und bv authority of two
orders of the Pike county Court
made at the August term 1842, and
to me Directed. I si mil on Monday the
27th day of February next, nt the
Court House door in the town of
Bowling Green, and during the term
of the Cncjit Court tor s nd county
of l'ike, proceed to sell to the highest
bidder at auction, the following school
land to wit: Section 16 in township
52 N. 11.4 west of the fifth principal
meridian, and section 16 in township
55 north of range 2 west of the fifth
principal meridian. Said section
will be sold in lots of forty acres.
i A credit of twelve months will be giv-
en, uiiiu wiui apfiiuteu peouimi se
curity will be required oi the purchas
ers, bearing interest at ten per cent
VM. 1'ENIX, Sheriff.
December 3, 1842. - 9w5.
THE Administrator's of the estate
of Sarnuel Findly deceased, will
proceed to sell to the highest bidder,
at the late residence of said dee'd.
two miles east of Louisville, near the
road leadinz to Troy, in the county
of Lincoln, on the 20th day of Janua
ry 1843, the personal t property of
said dee'd. consisting of cattle, horses,
farming tools, household and kitchen
furniture, crop of corn and hay, and
a valuable Library of Books, the
slaves of said estate will be hired at
the same time if not previously dis
posed of. All sums of three dollars
and upwards a credit of 12 months
will be given, under three dollars cash
in hand. Bond and approved securi
ty will be required of purchasers.
No property to be moved until the
terms of sale are-complied with.
VM. BA111D, Ado.'r.
January Tth, 1 "43, ?10.
Land Orrtcc, Palmyra Mo.,
BY a t.r.r t tl,. r. e fT UE onden.ioed tesrTera hia tbanka to his
Ar.?.U!f!.-'- M---'-..fcr th. .patron.,, thay
icia 11 -ouuaijr iciiu,
1836, all sales of land made subsequent to
AnjfUSt 22d, 1824, conflicting with the
10,000 Arpen claim of the widow and
l,,,; r A ..:- c .1 1 , -1 j
heirs of Antoine Soulard, as exhibited
by survey Ho. 301b, in to ' nsliips 51 &
52 of Ranges 2 and 3 west, are declared
lllecral: and in confnrmitv with ..ilrl T.ei.
sion.the Regislc;and Receiver of this
office, have been instructed by the Com
misf ioner of the General Land Oifice,
to "notify all those interested, or repre
senting such subsequent sales, of their
illegality, so far as such subsequent sales J
conflict with the aloresaid survey," and
to " call upon them to surrender the evi-
dences of title which they may have,
and make applications for repavmeiit." i
Said ol:rim mr.rrP T.r nr ih. r
1-2 of the N. E. and S. E. qr's. of see-
tion 11, oil of section 12 except a small I
portion in N. Vf. corner and the s. W. I
corner. The east half of section 13, a 1
fraction on the east part of the cast i
nau 01 ine section; a traction in the JN.i
E. corner of section 24, a small fraction .
in the S. E. corner of section 1, in T.
51 Ranee 3. west. In township 51.
range 2 west, the claim embraces a large
portion on the south part of the S. W.
qr.; a small fraction from the southeastern
part of the IN. , qr. and the S. . u.r.
of section 6, all of section 5 except a
small fraction on the N. W. corner ' of
section 4, sect. 3 except small fraction
on Ihe N. E. corner of said section, a
small fraction covering the western part
of the N. W. qr., and a small fraction in
the N. W. part of the S. W. qr. of sec
tion 11, the whole of section 10, except
a fraction on the south part, the S. E.
qr., and a small fraction from the S. E.
corner of the S. W. nr., the whole of
sections 18 and 9, section 18, except a
small fraction on the S. E. corner, the
north half, a small fraction from the N.
W. corner of the S. E. or., a large frac
tion from the north half of the S. W. qr.
of section 17. A larce fraction embrac
ing a large portion of the N. W. qr., a
small fraction from the N. Vf. corner of
the N. E. qr. of section 16, a small frac
tion from the N. W. corner of the N. W.
quarter of section 15, a large fraction
emoracinjr me norm oi tne J. vv. qr. a
fraction on the N. W. corner of the N,
E. qr. of section 19. In township 52
Kange i west the claim embraces a small
fraction from the southeast comer of the
E. qr. of section 32, a fraction from
the S. E. corner of the N. E. qr., nearly
all of the S. E. qr., a large fraction from
the south part of the southwest quarter
of section 33, a fraction from the south
part of the N. VY. qr., the whole of the
S. Vf. qr. except a little part of the N.
E. corner, a small fraction from the
southwest corner of the S. E. qr. of sec
All persons having claim to anv of the
above mentioned lands either by entry
or purchase, since the zzcl. day of Au
gust 1824, ere hereby notified to come
iorward and relinquish their entries er
roneously made, and the entrance money
will be refunded. A patent will be is
sued in a short lime to Soulard, and early
attention to this notice is required.
C. C. CADY, Register.
P. DUDLEY, Receiver.
January 17, 1843. 113.
THE subscriber having commenced' busi
ness under the firm nf Esstin Ic Kan.
kins, would be obliged to his former custo
mers to come forward and settle their ac
counts, by payment of the monev or hv note.
: UIIAKLKSU. EASTIN.
Clarkaville.Jan. 10th 1843. 4wll.
The Tiorovgh Bred ll'ice Horse,
TUST arrived from Kentuckv,
will stand the rnsuini; season at
my Stable, in Pike Connty, 'Mo., on
the staie road from St. Charles t Pal
my rn, five miles South-east ol B-iw-lins
BOB EWING is by Woodpecker,
dam, McDuffie, grand dam by Cl.
Meredith's Orphan, of Va. For fur
ther particulars see l ills. in due lime.
MERIIY W. BUFOI1D.
Jnnuary 14th, 1843. 8ttl
""OTICE is hereby given, that the
' undersigned has obtained from
the Clerk of the County Court of
Kails county, letters of Administra
tion upon the Estate of William L
Lynch deceased, bearing date the 2d.
Jan. A. D. 1843. . All persons hav
ing claims against said estate, are re
quested to exhibit them in one year
Irom the date of said letters lor al
lowance, or thev may be precluded
from any benefit of said estate; and
if such claims arc not presented with
in three years doni tne date ol said
letters, thev will be forever barred.
C. N. LYNCH, Ad'u'r. ,
Jan. 14, 1843. - 3 .11
4 LL those indeo'ed to the subscri
A berare notified that this is the
season for settlements; those who do
not come forward soon will have their
UiM'.oLiits increased bv the addition of
cost ' T. S. W AT CKS. '
Bowling Green, Jan, ?th, 1 843.
nave nea:ewed upon aim, and bera leara U in.
form thm, that he enntinura Umneaa in tba
Cf,rn nonae, three doora eaat of tha Poat
"f '"T ""Hdt all that
in" - T lf,v" '"a call, with neat and fashionable,
work. ,hl nMif9 4 ,ow
' prices fcr cU, or country produce, aueh aa
! fto."r. m'a'. f'"'"- "d many other ariiclaa
aunawa n.r rmilT use.
All Ihoee indebted fi.r lb feare 1811 and
'42, enme rrrd ana r tile Ihe sama, all
contracts made for trade will vet ba re reived.
A. F TR4INER.
January 7th 16 1. SwlO.
Lnncl tor Sale!'
I "J1 oscril)er, M ant and owner,
L, has lhe lowing Land for sale, in.
i1 of M,,sourl' viK
i acr" ,an4 r mIcs
m At 4 U111V9 UUIUI ui
half tnila xvmt n?
. wline Oreen, balfinil waat
V use"' Tobacco houses, 2 .tabic.. The
. ovc W,U be A together or divided
,n! wo P?r ccl' of So and 116 ac
'l1 b sold one fourth cash, and the re-
www ava iuii;iwu ana
. i.. imi
e V, .
640 acres unimproved land from 3 to
4 'miles Northwesterly from Bowling
Green, being entire of. section 20, ex
cept W. 1-2 of S. W. quarter with E.
half of S. E. quarter of section 19, T.
53 R. 3 west; this tract divides between
Timber rnd Prairie, and has abundance
of never failing water; it can ba sold on
a credit if desirable. .
A trrct of SOJacres, in the county
of Audrain, on IhcUory Creek, a fork of
Cuiver. ' Improvements are, log house
and stables; near 20 acres in tillage soil
good, are about 25 acres of the best kind
of timber on the tract, in a thriving-.
neighborhood; this place will be told for
one fourth in cash at purchase,' remain
der in three annual instalments.
January 14,1833. , . , till.
HE subscriber has 200 yardsBroad
bClothes, that he is willing to ex
change for Lands unimproved, or not
much improved, onfair terms; may be
willing to make a small part in cash - if
well suited with the'lands. - - a
January 28th 1843. - 13.
Remaining in the Post Office at Bowling
Green, Pilce County, Missouri, an the
lst.day of Jan. 1843, whieh if not
taken out within three months, will he
sent to the General Post Office, as
Dead Letters. ' "'
Ja. Andrews, William Bell, John
Bland, John W. Basye, Alexander Camp
bell, FG Clark. Lewis A. Collins, David
Cassity, J. C. Duval, John Davis Wm.
I Denny, Wm. Davis, Wm. Dunn; W. D.
u rani, miss jane ij. unswoio, uua
Norton, Maj. M. Givens; Mrs. Catha
rine' Hay den, Jas. H. D. Hendsrson,
J. H. Hughes; Samuel B. JaecJy, John
F. L. Jacoly; Samual Lewallen, Road
ham Lovelace; John D. Mulherrin 2,
James McCorroick, Joseph .Reading,
Mrs. C'yntha Randsdal; John Shaw,
Elizabeth South, Wm. Stone, Epraigm
Smith, Wm. S. Sisson; P. E. Trabue,
Martha Trower, Miss Agnessl Ann
Tombs; Walter Walker, James Walls,
H. G.EDWARDS, P.M.
January 7th. 1842. tf 10
To the rublic.
IT is well. knwn .to the people of
Pike County, that a s aration be
tueen invself and wife Margaret L.
Brvson. took place i bmt four years
ao, and but a little more than six
n.oiiilu af'er 'tir marriage. The
cause which induced me to put. her
away is wvlt known to this communi
ty che. since the sepe ration nas
been living with her brother-in-law
Mr. Jm l Oampbel1, of this plac(Iou
ii.inn, and he the said Joel Campbell,
iitu r i ao years had elapsed brought
suit in the Circuit Court against me,
lor a large and unreasonable amount,
for Boarding, Clothing, and money
furnished the said Margaret L. Bry
s..n, upon which he obtained a judg
ment against rme, at the) last May
t nn of the Circuit Court for $192 88,
since which time he has again brought
suit against me for boarding clothing
&c. I have therefore . provided her
boarding at the houe of Mr. C P.
Yeater, near this place, and will fur
nish her with clothing and necessa
ries, when needed, a notice of which
I have given to her the said Marga
ret I Brvson, and nlso to Joel Camp
bell; as 1 Jim bound for her support, I
wish to board her where I can obtain
itjat a more reasonable price, and
can also pay it without having; addi
tional cost incurred by a yearly suit
in the Circuit Court.
The public are therefore notified
not to entertain, board, sell, or furn
ish her with any goods, wares, mer
chandise, or money, on my account,
ns 1 will not Le bound for any' of her
contracts,nnd wi'l not pay for any
thing furnUhed her except by persona
authorised by me. " '
Louisiana, Dec. 94th. 1842. - 3t,
- IV LOUISMJi'J. JIlSnOUB f. ; :
' ss. 9wif$z&9: -
HAS just received a fresh, eupply of
Dry Goods, Ready made Of thing. Hard
Ware, Caps, Shoes, Boots, Qneensware
Grocery &c.i which he will tell low for
Cash or exchange for country produce'.
Louisiana, Mo. Nov. 1842, 2.