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flOTfSTANTlNE BRUCE in ripht of So
phi bit wife, (late Sophia William,
and Beaton W. Marnhn.ll in right of Elua
beth his wife, (late Elizabeth William',)
hein and dittributeei of the estate of Ste
phen William deceased, do hereby giv
- notice, to Anthony Williams, A media Will
iam, Thomai William, Bryant O. Will
iam, Pikoey William, Martha Ana Will,
iam Matthew GloTer in right of Polly bia
wife, (late Polly William,) Rebecca Will-ir-.ips,
widow and relict of Stephen William
deemed, all heir and distributee of the
estate of Stephen William dee'd., that
tbey will apply to the Honorable County
Conrt within and for the county of Mont
gomery, in the State of Missouri, on the
tint Monday in February A D 1643, at the
Court House in the fame county, to order
the distribution of the personal eitate an
moneys of taid S'ephen William Heceaed
and diitribution of the slave in kind a
equal a the Talueand number of slave will
admit of belonging to said eitate, to all the
above named heirs and distributees, accord
log to their respective shares and rights on
der the statute Ate.
". REASON W. MARSHALL.
December 3, 1943. Sw5
TjlROM the subscriber at Ashley,
id Hits count v, about three or
four weeks since, a light gray Horse.
of middling size, has lost the sight of
one eve or nearly so, had on a com
mon sized horse bell, the strap had in
one or two places a slight incisions
made with a knife.. It is probable he
may make lor 6t. Charles Co. where
he has been owned for four or five
years. Any information that mar
lead to the recovery of said horse,
will be thankfully received and suita
Ashley Nov. 20, 1842. 4.
STATE OF. M ISSOURI,
County of Pike. fsa
In the County Court, Nov, Term, 1342.
JANE MYERS Administratrix of the
Estate of John Myers deceased, appears
by her agent, and files her petition to re
. erve the personal estate of said deceased
from sale, and praying that the real estate
belonging to said deceased, may be sold
for the payment of debts, and said petition
is accompanied with the aroonnt of the
debts due to and by the deceased, as far as
can be ascertained, an inventory of the
real estate, and of the personal eitate of
said deceased, with its appraised value,
and also snch an account or he' Administra
tion as she is enabled to make, the whole
Verified by the affidavit of said Administra
trix. It is therefore ordered that all per
sons interested in said estate be notified of
said petition, and that unless the contrary
be shown on the first day of the next Februa
ry Term of this Court, an order will be
made for the sale of tbe following ile-cribed
real estate viz: the S. W. M. qr. section 27
T. 52, R. 2 west, containing seventy two
acres, the N. E- frl.qr. sect. 34 T. 52 R.
2 west, containing 44 acres, the S. E. qr.
N. W. qr. section 34, T. 52 N. R . two
west, containing 44 acres, the W i X. W.
. qr. sect. 34, T. 52, N R 2 west, containing
80 acres, lying in the county of Pike afore
said aad the W i N W qr. of sect. 14 T.
5, N U 2 west, containing 60 acres, 160
acres in section 15 T. 51, and range last
aforesaid, and 40 acre in section 10 in T.
51, N R 2 west, lying in the county of Lin
coln in the State of Missonri, or so much
thereof as will be sufficient to pay the debts
of said deceased, and that (hit order be
published for six weeks successively in some
newspaper printed in this State.
A true copv.
Test. A. H. BUCKXER, Clerk.
November 26, 1842. 6 4.
BOOK AND JOB PRLVTIMJ.
" Deeds, Mortgages,
' Note, and
Bills of E-kaar.
a, J oncriil's.l
Hone Jk. BILLS. Clerk's I ni.iv.it.
saaa j Janice's)
FANCY tc ORVAMENTAL PRINTING
Will be done promtly, and on reasonable
terms, at the
THE RADICAL OFFICE.
G. W. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
- JEFFERSOJV CITY. MO..
WILL attend, promptly, to all applications
for tbe benefit of the Bankrupt Law, en
trusted to him, and can remit to persons,
per mail, all necessary forms and instruc
tions, so that their business can be attended
o by addressing bin through tbe medium of
the mail, post paid.
May, 1842. SO
NOTICE is hereby given, that the nn
derdgaed has obtained from the Clerk
of the County Conrt of Lincoln county, let
ters of Administration upon the Estate of
Ambrose A. Clark deceased, bearing date the
15th day of Nov. A. D. 1842. All persons
having claims against said estate, are re
quested to exhibit them in one year from
tbe date of said tetters for allowance, or
tbey may be precluded from any benefit of
said estate; and if such claims are nut pre
sented withia three years from the date of
said letters, they will be forever barred.
VIRSILLARG. CLARK, Adm'r.
December, 17tb 1842. 3w7.
Administrator's Sale of Land.
BY virtue of aa order of the Pike county
Corut, made at the November term 1843.
the undersigned Administratrix of the estate
of Joshua Henley deceased, will sell at public
taction to the highest bidder, the following
described land or so much aa will be sufficient
to pay the debts of the dee'd., vii: the N. W.
1-4 aad W 1-3 of S E 1-4 sec. 7 T. 53 fi. 4 W.
containing 129 and seventy .six one hundredth
acres, tbe S W 1.4 and E 1.2 of N. W. 1.4
aection 30, T. 51 K. 4 W. containing 149
twenty-eight hundredth acre and E 1.3 of 8.
K. 1.4 section 7TS3 R4 W containing 80
acres, at the door of l ha Court House in bow.
ling Green, on the firit Monday of February
' cext, pa a credit of lit sooths, tbe purchasers
giving beast aad food security, bearing six
per cent interest.
FANNY Ht.VLEY.Admr-x- .
PeeetnbwlO, J842.. 46.
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fNTOTICE i hereby piven tu all person
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not exhibited withia three years, they will
be forever barred , .- -
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January 7tb, 1843. 3wl0.
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TO THE NEW VOLUME OF
tiih u. static ua(; ziE
Volume xi. Commencing JctT, 1842.
John L. O Sullivan. Editor.
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ler, Parke Godwin, Hawthorne, Da-
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Brownson, Cambrelenjr, J. I Ste
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Brmlforrl. )r. the 14th Hy of September
1842, llnfforrt E. Bradford, 6!ed his peti
tion in the District Court, for the benegt
of the Oankrurt lawi Wherrnnon. it
rtered, that Ihe Rib day of March next be
et for the heiuinr said petition io said
Court, at the City of JrflVrroo, when and
where all interested may attrnd, and how
csiiw, if any they have, wbvtho nr.... r
the petitioner should not be (ranted.
I rate, JASON tlARRISOX. Clerk. ,
Bj W. J. Hsaaisos, D. V.
Dins iVGalc, Sols.
II apperioe to the Court, that the .xf.Y.
in this cae was not publi.he.l in th Radical,
it is ordered thst this cne be continued for
publication in that paper. . -. , , :
W. J. HARRISON, D, C
December 24. IR43. p8.
cuted in a fine style of engraving, by
Dick, of this city, are those ol
C'i. R. M. Johnson, of Kentucky,
Hon. Silas Wright, of N. York.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
CIic.'ip Cash Store,
tolling nearly at St. Louis PrimS
THE subscriber would respectfully inform
the c it isens of Louisiana, and- lha nab.
he in general, that be haa lately removes from
. Lou a. and opened a atore in Louisiana
rise county Ato., next door to G. W. Jenka
d Co., and intenda keeping on hand at all
limes a general assortment of Dry Goods Gro.
ennes. Boot. Shoes Queenswaro Vo., wlwea
he intends selling neaily at ?L Louis pries
Jot cash. Please to giro mo a esll and satis,
ryyoursalvea. B S. BLOCK. -
Louisiana, Mo, Dec. 1st, 1843.
nVB' A" kl"i of "anUbie producs)
it be taken in exehanga for goods at lb
highest market prices. S. B. .
December 3rd. 1842. SmS 4
James Buchanan, of Penn..
J C. Calhoun, of S. Carolina,
T. H. Benton, of Missouri,
R. J. Walker, of Mississippi,
Theodore Sedgwick, of Mass.,
C. C. Cambreleng, of N. York,
Gov. Dorr, of Rhode Island,
Porter, of Pennavlvnn.'..
With two or three of the most m..
nent members of the great Liberal
Party of Europe, from different rnitn '
tries; or else of others of h Am a .,.
duction," according to the facility of
r. s pvniniii iruin aoroan.
IS hereby given, that I shall on ths 3d. day
of January next, at the counting hoosa of
i . uryson or. i o. in. the town of Louisiana;
in the county of Pikn and Stat or Missouri,
hire by my agent Mosaa Kelly, th slaves be.
longing to Ihe estste of Rolsnd Bor bridge lata
of said county of Pika deceased. Aamooglho
slaves to be hired is one man, two boys, three
women and one girl, also at the same tiin
and place, rent the farm en which said deeeaa.
ed lived at the time of his death, on lb water.
i LU,'r, enmk' ' Mid 0UBy. ' ""I
likely mars belonging to said estste. Th
terms of hiring, renting and sailing, to b
mads known on ths dav of sale.
JOHN LINDSEY. AdmV.
December 10, 1843. . J.6.
Will be taken, .
In payment of luhaRrintinn . Csrnl
Oats, Flour. Butter. Drirl Fruit T.1l.
Candles, and Wood.
RUtml Ofioe. Deo. 24, 1842. . ,