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COSSTANTINE BRUCEinrichlof So
phia his wife, (late Sophia Williams,
and Reason W. Marshall in right of Eliza
beth hit wife, (late Elizabeth Williams)
heiri and distributees of the estate ol Ste
phen Williams deceased, do hereby give
notice, to Anthony Williams, Aoietiin Will
iams. Thomas Williams, Bryant O. W
iams. Pikncy Williams, Martha Ann Will
iams Matthew Glover in right of Folly hia
wife, (late Polly Williams,) Rebecca Will
iams, widow and relict of Stephen Williams
dectaied, all beiri and distributees of th
estate of Stephen Williams dec')!., the
they will apply to the Honorable Coonty
Conrt wilhin and for the county 01 .'.loot-
gomery, in too State of Missouri, on the
tirst Monday in February A D 1843, at the
Court House in the same county, to order
the distribution of the personal estate and
moneys of snid S'ephen Williams deceased
and distribution of the slaves in kind
equal as the value and number of slaves will
admit of belonging to said estate, to all the
above named beirs and distributees, accord
ing to tbeir respective shares and rights un
der the statute Sec.
CONST ANTIXE BRUCE.
REASON' W. MARSHALL.
December 3, 14.1. Sw5
TjROM the- subscriber at Ashley
in this count v, nbout three or
four weelis since, a light gray Horse
of middling size, has lost the siht of
one eye 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 provable he
may make for St. Charles Co. where
he has been owned for four or five
years. Any information that may
lead to the recovery of sud horse
will be thankfully received and suit
Ashlev Nov. 20. 1 042. 4.
STATE OF MISSOURI, i
County of Pike.
In the County Court, Nov. Term, 1842.
JANE MYERS Administratrix of the
Estate of John Myers deceased, appears
by her agent, and files her petition to re
serve the personal estate of said deceased
from sle, 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 amount of the
debts due to and by the deceased, as far as
can be ascertained, an inventory of th
real estate, and of the personal estate of
said deceased, with its appraised value,
and also such an account of he' Administra'
tion as she is enabled to make, the whole
verified bv the affidavit of said Administra
trix. It is therefore ordered that all per
tons interested in said estate be notified of
aid petition, and that unless the contrary
be shown on the first day of the next Februa
ry Term of this Court, an order will he
mnd Cnr the sale of the followin? described
real estate viz: the S. W . Irl. qr. section 2t
T. 52, K. 2 west, containing seventy two
acres, the N. E- frl.qr. sect. 34 T. 52 Ft.
2 west, containing 44 acres, the S. E. qr.
N. W. qr. section 34, T. 52 N. It . two
west, containing 41 acres, the W i N. W.
qr. sect. 34, T. 52, X R 2 west, containing
60 acres, lying in the county of Pike afore
said and the W J Iff W qr. of sect. 14 T.
5-, .V R 2 west, containing 80 acres, 160
acre, in section 15 T. 51, and rnne last
aforesaid, and 40 acres' in section 10 in T.
51, N R 2 west, lying in the county of Liu
coin in the State of Missonri, or so much
thereof as will be sufficient to pay the debts
of sn id- deceased, and that this order be
published for six weeks snccesively in some
newspaper printed in this State.
A true copy.
Teste. A H . BTJCKNER, Clerk
November 26, 1S42. 6 1
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usual consistent character of a Do
mestic Fashionable Family Magazine.
While such contributors as Miss Les
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F. Howard. Seba Smith, A." M. F.
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BOOK A Mi JOB PRIXTIXU.
" IXrds, Mortgages,
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FANCY & ORVAMENTAL PRINTING
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THE RADICAL OFFICE.
G. W. MILLER,
ATTOKXEY AT I.4W,
JEFFERSON CITY, MO.,
WILL attend, promptly, to all applications
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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 him through the medium of
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May, 1942. 30
NOTICE ii hereby given, that the un
dersigned has obtained from the Clerk
of the County Court of Lincoln county, let
ters of Administration upon the Estate of
Ambrose A. Clark deceased, bearing date the
15th day of Nov. A. D. 1942. All persons
bavin; claims against said estate, are re
quested to exhibit them in one year from
the date of said letters for allowance, 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
said letters, they will be forever barred.
VIRR1LLAR G. CLARK, Adm'r.
Decomber, 17th 1842. 3w7.
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A IX person interested are hereby notified.
Administrator's Sale of Land.
BY virtue of an order of the Pike countv
ronit, mida at the November term 1842,
the undersigned Administratrix of the estate
of Joshua Henley deceased, will sell at public
auction to tha highe.t bidder, the foil. .wing
described land or so much as will be sufficient
to psy the debts of the doe'd., viz: the N. W.
1-4 and W l-2of S E 1-4 sec. 7 T. S3 R. 4 W.
containing 129 and soventy.six one hundredth
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section 30, T. 51 It. 4 W. containing 149
tsventy-eight hundredth acres and E 1-2 of 8.
E. 1.4 section 7 T 53 B 4 W containing 80
acres, atlbadoor of the Court House in Bow.
liag Green, on tbe first Monday of February
next, on a eredit of 12 months, tbe purchasers
firing bond and good security, bearing sis
per cent interest.
FANNY HENLEY, Admfx
December 10, 1843. 46- i
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Bv Ingham. Inman, Cole, Thomp-
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ly engravings copied from foreign
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the practice, and to make his work
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ns well as in its literary contents.
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One of the new features of the
coming vol i rues will belhe introduc-
ftti.fit In iniilc iiiiml.ili.tl, nu viii.nl All t
" I.: . f !... r .1
persons having cl ilili" agniiist said estate, j l,,'n ,H 1 "rimitS ol Ue lOntrihlltors
an-requested ti ethihil them pmiMrly au- to Graham's Magazine, which, of
thentinHteil, witlini one rear Irmii the date
nf snid letters or they may be precluded
from bavin; any neurit of said estate, anil i
nut exhibited within three je.. they will
be forever burred . If,
WILLIAM BAl.'iD, Adm'r,
January 7th, 184:1. . 3w,Q,
couise, will include nearly all the
eminent writers of lhe day. The
thirty fifth volume will include, from
; the burins r Parker, Dodson, and
others (engraved in the hi.-h-st style
I of the art) of Mr. Cooper, Professor
The Monthly Financial and Com-
meici il arlii-les, which have frequent
ly been pronounced by the most in
telligent criticisms during lhe past
year in themselves alone worth th
subscrtption to the work, will be con
tinued from the same able hand.
An arrangement has been made by
which the Boston Quarterly foriew,
edited by Mr. Hron-nsnn, will be
merged in the Democratic Review,
the latter being furnished to the sub
scribers of the former, and Mr.
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proper to state that Mr. Urownson's
articles will be marked bv his name;
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internal evidence; and that it has
been agreed, underthe circumstances,
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pendent of the 'usual liability to edito
rial revision and control the author
alone having a similar responsibility
lor whatever peculiarity of views they
may contain, as though appearing in
the original work which has been
heretofore edited with such distin
guished ability by himself.
Among other attractive papers in
preparation for the forthcoming vol
ume, will be found some personal
sketches, reminiscences, and anec
dotes ot the private life of General
Jackson, from the pen of an intimate
friend and member of his Cabinet.
The Portraits with which it is in
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ensuing year, and which will be exe
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J. L. Dick, of this city, are those of
Col. R. M. Johnson, of Kentucky,
Hon. Silas Wright, of N. York.
James Uuchanan, 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 Pennsylvania.
Wilh two or three of the most emi
nent members of the treat Liberal
Party of Europe, from different coun
tries; or else of others of "home pro
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M A NKIIU P TS.
f i-lrirt Cmirl of lhe I'nitr Stales,
Fiw lhe Ditiirt of Missouri. ' ' '
Nu. 9:t lo tbe mutter nf Ha flora E.
Rr.-ldlWil. Ol. Ihc 14th Huv of rVr.lea.lM
I.Ji Hnn"..ntE Bradford, Sled his pets,
tion in the DMiict Court, (or the V.efit
of Hie Bankruj I law; Wherenpoa, It is or.
dered. that the 6th day of March west be
set for the he uinfrsnid pc'itioa ia . sairt
Court, at tbe City of. Jeffersoe, whea sad
where all interested may a t trad, and show
csu.e, if any they have, why the prayer of
the petitioner shimM no! he (ranted.
Teste, JASOX tIARRISO.V, Clerk. '
By W. J. Hsiaisost, D. C. '
Dvis tGLr, Sols. .-.
It epperinr to the Const, that the entire.
in this ease was not published in tbe Radical;
it is ordered that this case be continaed for
publication in that paper. '
W. J. HARRISON. D.C.
December 24, 142. Sw9 '
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Cheap Cash Store,
tolling nearly at St. Louis Prices..
THE subscriber woold respectfully iafotat
the eitixens of Louisiana, and lhe pab.
lie in general, that ba baa lately rerootwd Tram
St. Lou a. and opened a store in Lsaisiaaa
Pike county Mo., next door to G. W. Jeaka
f Co.. and intenda keeninr oa . band at ail
times a eeneral assortment of Dry Goods Gre
csries. Boo Us Shoos Queeossrara dte.. wbiekr
he intends selling neatly at St. Loais prices
for caah. Please to five me a cell and satis.
fy yourselves. E. S. BLOCK.
Lopisiana, Mo Dec. 1st. 1843.
N. B. All kinds of merchantable Droduee
will be taken in exchana-e for rood at tbe
highest market prieea. . S. B.
December 3rd. 1843. 3m5
IS hereby given, that I shall oa the Sd. Hay
of January next, at the counting; bouse of
I N. Bryson Jc Co. in the town of Louisiana;
in the eounjy of Pike and State of Missouri,
hire by my agent Moses Kelly, tha slaves ba.
longing to the estate of Roland Barbridge late
of said connty of Pike deceased. Aamoogtbe
slaves to be hired is one man, two boys, three
women and one girl, also at the same time
and place, rent the (arm on which said dace as.
ed lived at the time of his death, oa lb water,
of Ruffalo creek, in said coonty, and also sell
a likely mare belonging to said estate. Tke
terms -jf hiring, renting aad selling, to ba
made known on the dsv of sale.
JOHN LINDSEY. Adm'r.
December 10, 1842. . 3wS.
Will be taken,
In payment of subscription, Corn,
rt.i. Ti.... rv: j r ..: T-ll,.
. . ., , i r iwur, uuurr, siicu r ruii. swwi.,
ductton, nccording lo the facility o( .Candles, and Wood. ' '
procuring portraits irotn aDroad. Radical Office, Dee. 24, 1842.. 1