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.r' B8,Tr-""aterial: damage
done at' cither
'The Ukitko States akd England. ni
The speech or Sir Robert Peel, de-l- '
Jivercd ia the Home of Cmnmons on J
the late opening of Parliament, gives, tiik Guiltless. A private letter
evidence that trouble is brewing be-j to the editor dated the 20;li insL, re
. 1 ween the two Governments, which i lates an net of seduction the most
1 must invoVen new treaty, or sow-, atrocious in itself, and in it conse-
thing worse, in its settlement. That j jquences the most terrible o! an v with
. gentleraao takes occasion, to say, em-;n our observation. Some eighteen
phiticaHy and unequivocally, that ' months nuo a Rev. Mr. Lefei re came
there is market and important dif- j a quiet valley of the Susquehanna
" .lerence between the rilit of Great j in quest of a congregation over which
Urit Hit M search and her rijtit to visit 1 l exercise his pastoral iharge. His
"mr r.-sls on the seas, sailing under j clothes were somewhat thread worn,
! ibeir awn . flj. Us says that the i ar,d the wig of his reverence had cvi-
President's last niesige does not ive! den tly seen better days. His de-
-a correct account oi the terms of the vout apne.ir.mce and exceeding zeal,
lite Ireitwaal whi'e u-j a-knowl
3es no right, on ler tb it treat i-, i
who have increased their business an
hundred per cent, within a few
l-. I-.J ;.: . it
p ',.. r. rva . u.i.u iisiuy. uence we are
1 RACirAL Consequences of Guilt n. on v nrftsnp.n,i- k.
accompanied by considerable talent,
soon ingratiated him with the people
search American vessels, yet the "risht'f most respectable church, who.
to r(.'t is not, and w is not intended . uftor some attention to the outwarJ
to be surrendered. In hit speec'i, he 'man in the way ol a coat and wig.
av: -' placed in their pulpit a man who for
month was the admiration of tl""
but, I surroun lin. country for his eloquence,
-Th!re mita ba som? gieat misun
tlarstan n ' up m this sume.rt
oinsi lerin;: t'l imp iriunae of m jzeal and piety.
taiain-i thiartcli' a riht not pecu'iai t n, v discovered that the wig
t i Enj'nid c m-i leri ig ihit we are covered Reverend has r.iade a young
contending f i.- a ri.'ht 'whic'i is the, member of his church a mother, with
on'y security a-iinst fraud, :igu;isijul its rites. The young lady is of a
.thgroaseslVabuVes, by pnties inte-! pbiin hut respectable family, herself
.rested in this iniquitous tr.tliL-, con-' young, beautiful, unmnrrie I, and re
ideria that we are nn.v the advo- mtrkable for the purity of her pre vi
tiates of a principle neeessiry It the lil-,and t'e exemplary discharge
interests and security of all minti'iie Nd' ''' fi:ial duties. Her mother's
nations it is ni 7 duty to slate, in health had been such for som s years
the fcise of the II .use of Co n n un,! that the daughter ia a great measure
th.it the claim 1 1 the liht of visit i-! aupplied her place to the younger
lion cmt-n hi I fir in the despatch of; children. In tliis relation she w
tegard of all
i.t.illini1 in I
were menibers ol the same church,
tiniiing their liojtcs of the next world,
as well as the pnjuym?ats ot this.
This peaceful folJ was invaded hv
About a week ago the daughter's
si on-, in which she was yet lying
when our informant wrote, and still
more drcadlul, her father, who had
.... i Il'll
"...,. i. nn ; iur jiv ni inc liro.'niwav oxia
ita.itii m vii I '
Lord AVrdeen Ins n t bce.j relin
Hj iishe .1; that on this subjj tt there w as
.niidint coiC'-ssinii wba'cver, and
that to the principles laid do .vn in
the despatch V" Ird Aberdeen we
adiere at this ino nent. (Cheers Irom
tto'.It sides of H.tue.) With respect
t. the treaty which we have entered
. into wit'i the United States, in sign
' ing that treaty, we cusider tint we
.tm.ir..l.'nM I .m ri'rlit nf eiit!lf inn.
We did not un de.siand from the U. : situation was known, and the guilt
t,.. it. . I iI.pv- onir...! into I h-it orou 'ill iio.oe 10 uie ic cn u.i i.iuici
! treaty wit't any enage.nent irom us
, tonbin lon the right of visit ition.
-which is n-t necessarily connccteJ
with the question of the slave trade.
' Welhouiht that it was a step in aJ
'vance when the United Stitespr.
leed a re idincss to detach a naval
force to the coast f Africa f r the
purpose of suppressing the slave
iWc did not accept tiedeticii
inenl of that naval force as an eipiiva
'ent for any rig'it wliicii we c'.ai ned;
tr I .III W A th,n rlii thai for a f real
'e.iuntrv hk s the United Stages to
jhat step with us on the coast of Afi
p.i,nlihough the power of visitation is
linked under the treaty in such case,
il though we claim no right to visit
lavers, bona fide orric an, and fie
Jajhi is to bis exerd by. vessels of
ha U. Stales we thought It, 1 say,
Hon i.i advance liwirds ; trie ulti-
-n ue-'s-uppression of the slave uade
il. ....i. in iba nroDosition of t'ia
IriitVd States. Bit in accedi!fig to
h iva njt ab:iarfdoned ou
ali.rhiestTei!ree, nor did
Veil) 1 19 ill. s' mn . .
-ibrm? the conir''? ; &?n.ion
tie'rfclttiwliwh lel?y d,a" the
Msn itch I ha ?. .enuonei. ( near,
k f. tit' e have nt contint-
-i.Ji with leaving this
fact to lie0!02 known b.y a cUra-
-Alt f Ii A I 'i-oetcl.n I Xla.i
Deatancf - " '"J;-
Mil ..MiFifi lU'll' V til ili-
ti the y. Slates the ;.coa-
ii u3i, an, iii ii t ii.n e said
louse on this
ilthou.'h co n-
q vnftcu Luis vivcrii-
fWt fwpon this particular q-iesti -a,
lha lflXe fn's difference of opin-
on ,',e re!,I,ect which I wish to
lin toward th( lli.rli nnll..r.l.
mar i, va
the means of cunferrinz prosDeritv on
others. Strange that any one "will
neglect such a glorious opportunity."
Da. Lin.n. -The London Morning
Post, of the 3J ult. in speaking of the
Otegon Question and Mr. Linn, says
"As to Mr. Linn himself, however,
if he be the individual who distin
guished himself some time ago by big
cxcfntricilies at a boarding house in
London, the prevailing idea is. that
the gentleman is not in a state ol
mind to ensure success to his legisla
tive inovcnif nt."
Wonderful! The Post has refer
ence, no doubt, to "Commissioner
Linn,"' of the Celestial Empire, and
not the able Senator from Missouri,
whose efforts and '"cccentricites."
probably, are of a nature not calcu
lated to please the delicate sensibili
ties of the "Post." The anxious edit
or knows about as much about Ame
rica as a certain other countryman of
his, who expatiated in the following
style: 'The Americans are enslaved
Layfayelte, whom have myself seen,
(set them free. He, was chosen their
King, but bide them be a republic!"
on I He was enquired of if he ever beard
who knew I r v:ls1jn,..,,nt1, .v,;(., he an-
daughterj , .r. ,...:..
sniiru in cue lil'aiitl uui, auiu
he, "give mean hundred thousand
jso'diers, and in six weeks I w ill ub-
due all America. Indeed, .the Gcr-
come up lo ins point we predicted om
wecki tinee, to wit 10 jier cent iliicennt.
Ifwerver tare $prmg, and t.-eile rerirei
with ill return, du not doubt that Citjr
fun.lt will raite lo par. for investment
C ounty enp: Uri behind and i nt JO per
criil. riiiconril. There i no iccm! reason
wbjr tbii ihould be to, bnt, ia lhee unrea
sonable titut-s, caprice mutt be allowed to
New Yoik, Match 4.
The Stack Market wat ralhrr heavy lo
day ; Ohio 6' improved i per cent; Ken
tucky G' declined J per :t; Ilnrlem i.
A the New Hoard of trancoctions were
rmill, hat the tHle of fTir mifh more fe
eiih than the other. Kentucky fi'a were
higher than at the nld board, and Ohio 6" 1
per cent lower.
One Cent Reward.
ABSCONDED from the undersigned, in
the month of September last, an inden
ted apprentice by the name of Janiti Wind
sor. All persons me cautioned against liar
boring or furnishing hint with any thing on
suy account, and for his delivery to me I will
pay ibeabore reward.
LouWiana, March lllh, 1P4). 3wl9.
the itasto;. It
dwell upon this
ih riKiiiril roS.it'iins. the conse-
ouences hold fo.th a fearful warnins. Viin Buren "as born in Germany!"
3 unnecessary tc i mns are already predominant there,
il ti tlll'U3 VI I f l
uivii v law vi i. v c v
St. Imis Gaz.
William Oingler was carried to
Her modier was thrown into convul- iing Sing l:,sl Saturday morning by
officer A. M. C. Smith, to serre out
his sentence of 14 years and 9 months
imprisonment for the rape on .Ann
STATE OK MISSOURI,
County of Pike. ) "
Jn Ihe('uuiit) Court, February Term 143.
ZT is t.idernl by Ihr Court that the follow
ing be chfpmed a the order of transact.
iiigtunie in this Court at etery term, ti'i:
.Mo.xoivt anil ivKsuAVi. of each terra to
he derated to County bnsinetf, iucludine
Roads, Revenue, Road & Cuoal Fund, cot.ty
and townhip school funds, claims ajraiast
the county, paupers, county offices &c
W'cdncsdits to allowance of demands a
gainst estutea nothariiis; had an auuual ret-
On Tuesday evenins; torch 1st, by tlia Rer-I tleinent. Thursdays and Fiidavs, to nn-
Mr. Dunlap, nr. John ii. Reynal to am Vir. nual settlement of Adininitratnr', Encu-
pinia blicrman, both of rsuWingnlle, &l j 0r and Giiaidinns, in the nrier of the dock
Charlea county o. . et kept by the Cierk ; trt nllowinc ili-mnods
In St. Louis countv. on Thursday, llie 9lh. ..,. ,, "
Eq., to un. Ann S. Whistler.
In SI. Louis, on Sunday. Fab, 56, by the
Rev. Michael Currol, Mr. Brian Killbridge to
Miss rhebe rcrguson, both oi Madison co.f II
On the 3d instant, by Ihe Vcr. G. W. Wall,
Mr. John F. Huge, to Miss Henrietta Kamm
both of St. Louis.
On the 33d ult., by the Rer. John A. Gano,
Mr. Josiah C, Craig, of St. Louis, to Miss
Martha Isabella1 eldest daughter of Mr. Wm.
Moore, of Scott countv, Ky
On Ihe 10th inst, by the Rev. W. S. Potts,
Charles D.Dn.ke. Attorney at Law. to Mrs.
Margaret . Cross, both of St. Louis. -
This day, at half past 13 o'clock, William
Tyler, aged two yeara and eleven months, aou
of David and Cathrine A. Chambers.
At Cincinnati, Ohio, on Ihe 33d ult., of
consumption, Mr. Georzft W. Rowlin, in the
33d yoar of his sge, brother to Judge Bowlin
Ot M. 1.0UIS-
On the 1st inst., John P. Millenbergcr, Esq,
late Counsel of the French nation, at M Louis
On the 37th January 1843. at lha residence
of her father, Caton Usher, Esq-, in Chariton
county, no., of pulmonary coutuinpliun, urn,
Klusbelh t. renntll, consort ol Mr. Win. D.
Pennell, in the ITth year of her ago.
rpiititatinn f.ir himself and
h..:irm . bis daughter's shame, and his The Tribune says: "He also took to
p tstor'i villainy, "pre s,ed both hands the State Prison Mis. Honora Shep
to bi breast jave one gto .n and ( ,Crd.-rc:iter)ced to 3 vears and three
WlltS Hl-if fCMIIl.lHV''"'
Tne Ilev. Mr. l.efevre was lodged m
lbs iiil of lira df.ird count V, oil Mon
r .. 17 avow a matt
day last. We do not know vie flirts-
niuneof Vhis Ueveruc.id scoun
drel; but we intend to profure it, s.
that no part of iim shall carape infi
mv, und especiaji'v lint iiihiiig , may
be wanting Jrfferealier toideniily llos
sedu'jsefiiid murder wh' covers lliej
tail .f the Devil with mantle of j
reliaCion. Pml. Bven' Journal. j
rmsiBdiT Sl'XJC au IjOS OK LirK !
We retrct to tear' that theJuhn
. al other iiiisoneix 'convicted duiinL'
ho term. Mrs. Sheppeid will find at
Sing Sing piisnn her husband, her
f:ither-in-lauind brother-in-law; and
her mother-in-law is now in the City
1'iison for trial, Tor the same oflence
viz: passing counterfeit money."
New York Paper.
'jVfOTH'U is hereby eaten, that the tin
XT rfcr iiii'd has obtained from Ihe Clerk
of the County Court of Lincoln county, let
ters of .Vliniiii,tfntion upon tho Kstule m
j James Thoiuuiou, deceit sed, bearing date the
I cbrixary yth, A. U. IM'.'. Allpvrsoui
hain; claims ngaiii't said estate, are re
quested to exhibit them ill one year from
the date of said letter fur allowance, ur
thejT oi"y be poluded lioiu any I uncut ol
said eiiau; und if sut.h rUims aie nut pre
sented wujm three year, lioui Ihe date ol
aid li tter,, thi.v will he forever hiirrvd.
ELIZA UKTIl TflOM ASON, AdinV.
March 1, 1W-1. ! ' 3wJ0.
AdiniuiMmtur arid Eneculorr.and anv oth
er business in relation t.i the estates i.f de
cen'ed persons and miuois; and SATUpotTs
to find settlements and business leiatiuj;
thereto. ' '
A true copy from the record .
Teste. A. II. BL'OKNKI?. Clerk.
TerS. W. Blcsxf.. D C.
March lllh. 1:. 1 'J tf
The lienvwneil Ruck Hone,
season at my sta-
... b!e. in Pike coun
ty. Mo., eight mile North of Bow
ling Green, ten miles West of Iv-ui-i
ma, and six tidies east of Frnnkford.
For furtlier purticulnrH see I.iIIk. in
due time. . WM. PEN IX.
March 4t.'i. 1C43. 1 C tt".
From tlie Baltimore Patriot. j
r' ,'riMe Earthquake in the Wtt
inuteaiVyVjv wees InalJ '
i f3'i. i ' .1,1
j,r oiij r rauces jane, inompon,
.11 this oiorning from St. Johns,
.icp brinzs to the Exchange
igDoom, adi-ice 4if thf etrectf:
i?-4 ,.t,i, ..r i i. .
A im.ot febrnary.
j," jet ofa letter received br
nen of, the Frances Jane, dt-
,ae:. ... , i. .
e have itist received ndvine
AJie Windward. The effects of
esJJjNoake of the 8 th inst hive
ben.w.uW?did " Pint Pctfejin
Gtaklo luTXJly .destroyed, and
ra rk., 1 nrrsfos art supposed Vj
laivl l.tlrA.. Ifhe loss of proper
tv ia mtnense. v.(Tt'gua a'o
4herejia been greatloss of proper
ty, ba five livs lo. . All tne iniits
nd srjgacvorks are more or less in
juretUrt the greater part of the
irrcjyATbe lost.- Nevis, Montser
44 iVrkwdoes fcc. &e. are said to
, tfiunered much, but lo what ex-
'a Hot known yet. '
Hr. and at SU J homas, Uie
ihock wu also. Jevere, and laiied at
Sisttker. while nassC dortii the riv
er on Monday nigh hs' was run in
to bv tiie GJIatm and sunk near
Buck l.dand, a fewniles below this
place. One neg' n (a fireman)
was instantly kild, and other (the
cook) was drowd' 1 he boat was
used lifTnwincels, and had, we
learn, no ftet -hon bourd at the time
of the accidenr-Tuscumbia Alaba
iiiiati. Match 4
The Frau'ort, Kentucky, Com
monwealth, Ihe 7th int., says:
The bill o'vel-.tion to llie present
Batiks uf t.0 Slate, jmivtding for the
wiliidrawi ol the State bonds us
slock t!iein and lor the loan by
them ol S 100,000- in each Congres
sional iisliict, tVc, li:ially passed
both Huscs yesterday evening." i
Theoonds to he withdrawn have
never Jeen sola uy tne oanKs, and
now tonslilute nominal capital and a
. l- t a
sort i oeaa weignt. i .vjo. ttepor-
For the Radical.
Far north thy frosty journey take:
Thy liiv'rinf troops together draw,
Let serpents from their slumbers wake.
And let our earth begin to thaw.
Go rang, amid tho polar snow.
Go! seek those eli i es, that know no spring
Give birds a chance, to warm their toes.
And chirp and sins;, and praise their king.
I longlo ace with fond delight,
The shining of an April day:
When lambs can skip, both gay and light:
Aa o'er the mead, they frisk and play.
I long to see the bonny rose,
To fill the air with its perfume,
And girla a chance to tee their Beau,
And grass anJ clorer once more bloom.
Co bide, where ne'er a streamlet flows.
Go leave our hills and wat'ry rules;
Give frogs a chance, to tell their woes;
And fish to swim and wag their tales.
' - Miodutom.
New Hope, march 1843j
A I J M INISTllATOll'S NOTICE.
TV-lTI;.i,hi-ictiy giieu lliut X,." Ulider
aVal signed luis taki-u out letters of AlbniU'
i.tratioii un the ettiite of John M. Trimb.'e,!
dee'd, fiuiu the Clerk of County C ourt of
riko county, bearing dale Ike 17 of March
A. U. ls-l.'i; all persons, Iherelore who
have auy claims uifaiu-t theesluleuf suiil
decean-d ure required tu tn. libit the sniue
duly authenticated for allowance, within une
yeurfioui Ihe (Sate of said letters, or they
iuny lie precluded IVuih basing any benefit
of said estate, and if suuh cUiiins are not
presented wi.lna threK jesrs thejr will be
A.XDRKvY J. TRIMBLE, Adiu'r.
Vairb iMtti. iMi :iw-Ji.
rilllE present tern, of my scnocl will close
X. on the jat iitst.,and as theie may be
uiue doubt ebiuad lu relatioo to its con
tmuatiun, I would respectfully in form the
citizens of Bowling Green uuil vicinity , that
I shall oea school agonou tlie ur.t .Mon
day iu Apiil. And with slue faithfulueis,
ami atteution, I will give nutrucfjuna ua ull
l.,e branches ol uu Kugiith l-ducaliou. taught
in our cumuioii 'sch'jols, on the moderate
terms of fje dollais per pupil for a term ot
1 Hoiild avail Ujyu'lf of the present p
porluui'y ol ivtuiiimg my uiotsiiiceie tkauks
to thutfe who have favored sue Willi then
patioliuge, the lit-t fivu months.
JtlSKPII I. HUBBARD.
Bowling Green, March lllh, M'-i.
N. 11. I am uulliori-eil lo say thai a por
tion of the public funds belonging lo till"
dittrict, will be p.piKoprinted towards de
fraying the tuition lees of such chiidieu us
THE Salt River Presbytery of the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church, willUa attend this school the nest term.
meet in Ihe seminary in this place, on
Thursday the 30th day of this month, at
11 o clock; the meeting will continue
cifnurate the Bank ol Lbiiicothe wnsl
p.ssed-19 lo 1 1. The bill to incor- Mece
1 . .t v ti . i t r i-v . . house of Mr. John
rorale the Valley Lank .f Ohio (al f Ash, ,
uion, us uiurieu to a iimu ieau-
JIokk Banks in Ohio. In the Sen- "'ne four or five days. Several ministers
axe, on the 5lh instant, the bill to jn im a distance are expect to atttend.
ue iurnerai sermon oi itir. ueorge
be preached at the
Bell's, (in the vi
on the second Sab
bath in next month ( April.) at twelve
ing. !VI,,r.b . IAS W PAfPl?r.r.T.
- Well, the hards are going it with a j . March 18, 1843.
rusuin u.uo; incorporating a oanK a
day on ao average. If the Fayette
Clique do not read them out of the
church, it will be rather surprising.
March lllh, 184:).
J. p. II.
sale of Ileal Tsiate.
rXtllE undersigned Admiuistrators of
-- the I'tate of William D. Bices,
deceased, in pursuance of an order
of the County Court of Pike Coun
ty will expose to public sale be
fore Ihe Court House door in the town
of Bowling Green, on the first day ol
the next May 1 crin of the County Court,
of said County, the following described
lots of land King in said County, viz :
S. 1-2 lot No. 2, K. W. qr. sec. 18,
T. 34, N. R. 2 V.; the W. 1-2 N. W.
qr. sec. 17, T. 54, N. R. 2 Vi; the E.
1-2 K. JE. qr. Sec. 31, T. 52, N. R. 4
W. the W. 1-2 N..W. or. Sec. 32. T.
52, N. JX. 4 W.; the S. E. 1-4 E. 1-4
section 30, T. 52, N. R. 4 W. W. 1-2
S. E. 1-4, section 30, and W. 1-2 N. E
1-4, Section SITownseip 52. Jt. R.
4. West. The above lands will be sol
d on a credit of 12 and 18 months, the
purchaser giving bonds with personal se
curity for the payment .pilhe purchase
n:onej veanng interest ai.o per cent,
from day of sale. ,
W. C. DQVVNING. ( Adm.r-
. Bowling Green, Feb. 25k 1S43. 4t
fglHE subscriber, a graduate of DarU
mouth College N. Hampshire, pro
poses to take charge of ibis Institution
the ensuing season. The course of m
suuetion will embrace the Elementary
and higher branches of an English Edu
cation, together with the Latin and
Greek Languages. He proposes to com
mence the first session on Monday, the
3d. day of April next. -t.
Tcbms Per Mowth. Orthography,
Reading, Writing, & Elementary Arith
metic. ' - - $1
English Grammar, Geography, .
Arithmetic Sic. - 1,79
Latin, Greek, Mathematics Stc. ' 2,50
To give permanency to the Institution,
the subscriber designs to remain in
Bowling Green for two or three "years,
at least, if he meets with the approbation
and patronage of the public.?' . :
It will be the aim and object of the In
structed to prepare young: men Air the ..
business of life for school-teachers or '
for College. Testimonials of scholar
ship moral character and success as a
T 1 t l -
icuuucr, may ue examined uy any oc
who will call on the subscriber.
Kfrrcacirccs: ' ' '
Judge E. Hunt, G. Porter, Esau J.ar
O. Broadhcad, Esq., or Rev. James W.
Bowling Green, Feb. 11th, 1843.
P. S. I will give instruction to a class
of young men, in the higher branches.
until the regular session snail commence
U such apply soon. J. II.
February 11th 1843. 15--ti.
Pay Up! ;:
Tn E subscriber bavins; commenced buai'
Bess under the 6rin of Eastin V Raa -kins,
would be obliged lo hie former eusto .
mens to come forward and settle I heir ac
counts, by payment of Ihe moner or bv note
CHARLES D. EASTIN.
Clarksville, Jan. IQlli 1043. . 4wII.
TUt Thorough Bred Jitce Horse,
T UST rrrived frtm Kentucky, and
will stand tb ensuing season at
my Stable, in Pike Connty. Mo..on
ti e stage rad from St. Chailesl Pal
mrra, five miles South-east ol Bow
ling Green. . - . e
BOB EW1XG isly WouJpr-Uef,
d un, Mi-.Didfie. grand dam by Col.
Merediih'a Orphan, of Va. For fur
ther pariicuhirs see fills, in due time.
MERUY W. BUFOltD,
Januarv Kth. 1843. 8tll.
9 lift ft ft ft li''ut ToGacco'lO
UUiUUU be delivered in tb
ciias. baco.v; -
Fel.iiii.rv lllh 1813. 15 if.
OK AIISSOl'UI, ...
unly of Pike. i
In the County Omrl, Fill. Term, 164.J.
TESSIiG. RUDfiKUS Ailiiiiiiilrutor de
Advebtisijco. The Boston Bulletin
thus speaks of the benefit of advertis
ing. Hundreds of similar cases might
be named; as the experience of thou
sand will testify: . '
We have seen two stores side by
side, one crowded with customers, the
other vacanct and deserted. , What
made the difference? One advertis
ed, and the other did not. We have
seen two artists, equally skilful, one
going on the flood tide of forture, the
v. i . , i ,i A r -
oilier lying negiecten on tne nats, tor
lorn and discouraged. The reason is
obvious. One had enterprise and lib
erality enough to make himself known,
the other had not. vve know, not
St . Louis March 15.
Again we have cold weather and dull
times to report to our distant readers. We
nave winter in the middle of March. The
ground is covered with a light fall of snow
which paid as an unwelcome virit last eight.
Scarcely any changes in produce or goods
have occured since eur last resort We
quote as follows:
Floor 2 25 a 2 44." Wheat none.
Lard 3, a 4 ots.
Fork Mess, $6; Prime $4 50 a $5.
Lead .None in market .
WImkey Bectified, 1G a ICi eta.;
Raw, 14 a 141 cts.
Sugar N. O., 3i a 4i cts.
Coffee Rio 8 a 6 ; ilavanna 0 a 9i cts.
Mola;se 16 a 18 cts.
Salt G. A. 41 25 a 1 37; T. I. 30 a
37 per buibel.
Our Brink Not Table shows whatever
changes have occurred. From that it will
be seen that exchange on New York and
1 OOO bushels of Flax Seed,
r.ms a. j a Ii... ...
r...,. , well cleaned.
,ioo . none ueaiis, y
2H(I(1 douodt of Ikes Wax,
10,11011 poui.fi, of good Lard;
For which the highest runrset
cash will be given.
KASTI.Y &. RANK
Clarksville, Pike Couuty, Mixuuii.
March I Ills, 1N43. l'J-tf.
fTlUOSE indebted to Fulwell i. Jennings,
JL fcr LEA TIIEII, or otherwise, lor llie
past year, will ploaie count forward end
wake settlement with the undersigned, eith
er by pay meut of the money or giving their
uotes, as all the accounts re ia his hands.
and be is authorised to settle them. .
O. S. JENNINGS.
Bowling Green, Marcb 11 lb, 184:1. St.
THE undersigned having made tuck ar
rangements in New Orleans and New
York, for the shipment ot Tobacco, as
will secure to those shipping by them, the
very bigbest market prices, would iaform
their friends, and the publio generally, that
tbey have a good Warehouse, aud are now
prepnred fur the reception of this article,
upon which tbey will advanoe Goods at the
lowest prices, and a portion in Cash.
- 1. N. BRYSON 4. Co.
Louisiana, Marrh 1st. . 4wl9.
bonimon of the Eatate of Lewis Ft
luiback dec. a.eil, comes and files his peti
tion for Ihe rale of tho real dale of said
deceard, ami said ilitiou is accooipanir il
hy a true account ul his AduiiuotxaUon, a
list uf the debts due to and by li e ileccated-
atnl an inventory of the real e-tate, aud of
all ulher naets in I-is hauH., the whole veri
fied hy Ihe alTi.lavit esaid ailminiOrntor
It is tlierelore onlereiWIrit nil persnns iu
tcri'ati d iu said estate, he antiueri that SMI
less the contrary be rhowa oh or biTnie the
6r,tdny of the next Icon of this Court, an
order Hill he maile for the sale of the fid
SiiWM'gdeseiilH'd renl estate to wit: lots 3:1.
:)1.:;U, 40. llG.and !!:'. w.ili the iinnrove-
luents thereon, iu tlioi. t iwn uf Uowilni;
Uieen, or so uiiirh thereof as will he sulu
eient to pay the debtsul' .aid deceased, and
(hat tins notice be puhlidied foi six weeks
iu some newspaper in this Stale.
A trot) copy or the record.
Terte: A. II ULCKNEK, Cle.k.
February 2"ilh. I4:. ; Gw 17.
NOTICE TO TFIC PUbLIC.
Cheng Cash Store,
S'l'Vhxj venrlii at St. Isniix Prices.
TUG suh criber would respectfully inform
the citixvna of Louiaiana. and the nob.
nc in gfiierm. mat tie nas lately removed Irom
Si. Lous, and opened a store in Ixiui-iaiia
Pika county Mn., next floor toG. W. Junks
4 Co., and intenda keeping; on hand at all
times a general assortment of Dry Goods Gro
ceries, B'oli-, Shoes Queeuswsre &e., which
he intends sallinj; neatly at ft. Iuis prices
for cash. Please to give me a eall and satis,
fy yourselves. E S. BLOCK.
Louisians, Mo., Dec. 1st, 1843.
N. B. All kinds of mcichanlable produce
will be taken in exchange for goods al tho
highest market prices. U.S.B.
December 3rd. 1812. ,.. 3m5
4 I.L those indebted to ihe suhscr
TAVERN STAND FOR Skit
VllSHIXt.; to close my career; rti
Ilowiiin; Giee'n,' 1 offer for sale
The Old B'kk Tavern and lols be
!on 'iic !' t, together w ith a variety
of household ftiin-ifure, suitable for
tavern me, iilso varnnt lots situated
in different farts of the town, and, a
tract of land, 1 CO acres Prairie and 80
timber, within 11 mile of town. . In
t'ttse 1 sliou'd not sell, I will, if desired,
rent the tavern with she privilige of
selling and giving possession at some
suit ibl time t be ugrced upon. - -
Tenns shall bo accommodating.
February Ilth 1843. . .. 15 th,:
f.si ncl for Sale! ; C
HE subscriber, as agent and owner,
' has the fullotvino Lands for saleL in
'he State of Missouri, viz:
9 acres land 2 2-1 miles north of
Howling Green, half mile west of the
Louisiana road: 35 acres imnroved. 2
houes, Tobacco houses, 2 stables. The
above will be sold together or divided
into two parcels, of bO, and lib acres,
will be sold one fourth cash, and the; re
mainder in liberal instalments. ;- -1. T
640 acres unimproved land ' fr ni 3 td
4 miles Northwesterly frr-,m" ngtj,,.
uni.i, urniS ciiuic in ClI'jn XOi SJX-
TPi V,? f S' W .'aaer with E.
half of S. L. quarter 0f secUoh 19, X
53 R. 3 west; this tr act divides bettveen
Ttaber and Praiw e, r4nii hM abuhdance
of never failing watr;it can be sold on
a credit if dcsi'.ab'.e.
. A trrct of 80 acres, in th.' .oiV
of Audrain., on Hicliory Occk, a for of
Culver, ini'irovement arr ln linn..
and stab.es; near 20 acres in Ullage; soil
good, ?. re 4bout 25 acres of the best Und
of tr.abjr on the tract, in a thriving
neighborhood; this place will be sold for
u -ie .ourla i.i cash at purchase, remain
der iu three annual instalments. ; .-.
January 14, 1843. , . , tflK
V berare notified that this is-.he
season for setilemr nts; those Mb.o do
not come ftirward soa will I' a v. their
accounts increased by the uilfjition of
costs T. S. WATEIJS.
Bowling f!reen, Jan, 7th., 1843.
LAMB'S WOOL W tvTrni
rpHE subscriber wishr-t to purchase
J- a quantity of Lambs Wool, for wliirh
a fair price will be paid. He will also
take in exchange for Hats, Furs of every
description. WAYNE ADAMS.
Howling Green, Jan. 28th. 1843.
WILL be taken in payment ofsubsciin.
tioa to the Radical, if del.vered oot.
THE subscriber h 200 yards Broad
Cloths, that ,-ri u.;u;n t
change for Lands unimproved, ot not
much improved, on fair terms; may be
willing to make a small part ia cosh Jf
Well sailed with the lands. " , ;
January 28lh 1843. .13.
A FEMALE SCHOOIa will
n.ence in Ashler, on the firs. Mon
day in February, to contitwe- foar
months. Tuition for common branch..
es,g 1.00 per month; for the higher.
branches, I 75 -t. per month.
New Orleans is at oar. . City script has