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Arrival n u
Thr-fir-nt w-o r. - ,r
roici ii. iiiDia n no.
kins, arrived on Friday, the 12ih in-
. stant, at New York, in welve and
hall days from L vcrDool. From ths
Aew lork ssun, and the English pa
pers, e gather the following""items:
The Liverpool pipers are still com-
planum ol the obundance of money
the unhealthy annprflmt r :.
.i ,.....,-t "i . ;
. 1 wn,e 'nlresl
the extent of two per cent, the mon
I I I . ..Ill . ,
cy holders wiM run to stock, rai -
1 r, f ,. . ' rj"
roads, wc, I. reign snd domestic.
rPl .. . "', . ,
. .. . ... r-.-,..., i iiiiuil wiiii
accounts of murders as our own are
Mr. E Iward Everett, the Ameri
can minister, has written a letter to
the New Fanner's Journal, to con
tradict the statement reported to have
been made bv iIr. Joseph Hume. M
V., at a meeting of the Anti-Corn-Iuw
League in Drory lane riieatre name-: l:,sl cvcnin we "nve received the la
Iv, liiat "at a public meeting held in ! tost news ('"m Campeachy and Me
September lat, at which the 3)iike ! riti ' The Mexican force of 2,000
of ll'.iitanJ presided, Mr. Everett, the j ,,ien' w,'"'h advanced on the latter
American minister, stated lint h icn ! ,own w!'n !1 vicw to ,u capture. Ii:.s
which would bring Gl per pound here, j l,cen dico.iifmed by the putiiotic
w is a-tua v-u-ied as in- l,ir mm.i
boats with ihm, lnvinj no wav
- i- 1 .
gett ir.g rid ol tne superfluity,
Thed.-cussion d the right of visit.'
or he right of se.in li call it w hiclr
nvne vou like. .r in America the
terms are held to be ind-ntical. while
; r.nM.nd thev arc held to l.o vn.v
dii-iiinilar; has been revived with vii
or. co-itinjent iijvn the arrival of Mr.
W-Urer adheres, will, becn.in-r ner
tinac'nv of bis views winch everv one i '' a-i ''-'" lie twined at St. Jacinto,
on this" side admits to beaMv su'stain-iAt Mend.i, alter the rnen.y h .d sur
nn,l the Bti is!i fiovernmenl .In- ! rendered, there was b dls and uppe-.
nend upon it. w
, 1 :ii!'iere n- less
pertinacity to theiis. JJ;i t the jue
lion. after all. is rather ab-iract than
practical; and, with the honesty ol
pinpisf which .Mr. Webster claims
for the United Sia'es in pulling d'wn
the slave trade, cannot be productive
of any co'iision
I.)etiiof the Dgxs or Scssr.x.
The death of the D.ike of Sussex.
who expired at bis npartments at
Kendngon, on Fr d iv.tlie 2 1 st in
st int, nhi-ut b:dl" p ist 12 in the dav.
has evcited moie than ordinary at
tention. Fors'ri" dav. previous not
the sli ditest iioi-e was entert.iiacd of
....... - t
Iii rccoverv. and the fatal termin i-
tioa of bis I'lnes-, th nigh it excited
little surjii ise, has been pr.nliictivc of
nn .-ibiiost unii ers ii feeling it regret
Pt his io,s. Ttic j iu na!s llV"St oppos
ed to the libera! politics of the Duke,
express the highest respect for his a
miahle character and a becoming es
ti,n I'ion of his scholarship anil attain
His R yal IIighnc-s.Piiricc Angus
tm Fredc"ii :k. was the ninth Hd'd
an 1 fifth s m ol Hcorge the Third, and
was born the 27ih of January, 1773.
being consequently about seveij"
vears and three months old at h:s
Tlie Duke was twice manied, a!
ihoujii neither of the marriages re-ci-ived
tiie saiiction of the R yal
Marriage A'-t. First to I-ady Atljus
ta do Ame'ian.i Mm r .y. at Rome, in
Ap:il, 173 , which mania-e was de
clared nuil bv the Prerogative Court,
in August following. The is ie ol
this marriage are: Sir Augustus d l.s
te.b .rn January 14. 1731. n Flen
Augusta Midemoiselle r!Es'e. born
August II, 1001. Lady Augusta
Murray survived her separation from
her illustrious husband until Maich.
1830. Tli! Duke's second wife. La
dy Cecelia Gore, daughter of the Ear!
of Arran, survives his Il yd Iligh
uessjshe wasctea'cd Duchess t f Ir.
verness. March the SO.h. IS 10.
The Duke of Sussex was ihrongh
life the constant encourager (as far a
bis means allowed) of learn ng and
science, and the patron of all deserv
ing aspirants in tli work of art as
well as the benevolent supporter f
m..i rC ihn vnnioiM charities w hich
adorn and distinguish the Britisu me
tropolis. Birth or a Ro?al Princess. Her
Majetv Queen Victoria has graced
tl.o K.Iiiih n.-i'ion with another Prin-
f II , . . in tnnii n
cess, tins event w mauc nno...,
through the colunns of the metropo
litan papers on the 25lh ins!.
liidf in?of what mav, by what t.v
occurred, there eems e'very chance ol i
Mr. O'Connell's wish being pratiueo.
that the Queen should have as many
children as his grandmother two and
t . Itt Law. The following1
is an extract Irom tne recent "7 ,s'' '' t
Ot Judge LMUgias '' """--
which he decided how far the recent
decision of the U. Supreme oonn
in the case of Brow nson vs. Kmzte
goes: . .
That decision goes upon the princi
ples that the mortgage vests the legal
title in the mortgagee, subject to the
equity of redemption; that the laws
in exigence at the time of the execu
tion of the mortgage is part ol the
contract, prescribing the condition
upon which that legal W' "J
.u- no,tv of redemption
l -I. nnd lhat any subse-
ries the terms of the contract witn
"Itingthe correctness of thin doc-
! "B nPPcaDle mo'g'lpjs' tne
not apply whh equal force ta ordina-
juagments. 1 lie mortgage h mane
a specific lien upon the property by
me contract oi me panics; me juag-
i ".'c.ul ue"L' ! ?n,-v u-v ur".""n
OI 'aw. This is the extent ol which
the case of Bro nson against Kinzie
j i 4 .1,:. :.
-" ll.UilI'lJll, illlU OUffMIU I'l'llll
r- -. n , c. .
the Circuit Courts ol tins Stale ought
. . i o
not togo solong nsourownSupieme
iCourt holds a different dictrine.
From the N. O. Bulletin of Miy 1 lib.
Victory of the l'ouratan Parri
ots Surrender of the Mexi
Bv the schooner Sarah Ann Jane,
' 'i11, Coffin, wl.i:h arrived from Sisal
ica!eros. ami nas surrenuerea at
.l.o,., i: , ti. 1 u, :i 1 ..-
n" ' " "-"-.""
: ...... ,.c. mu-.. ,e .....,.,c. i ur,,.,n
; . 1 .1 . : 1 . . 1 .
"' tl.ciramw l..r their own conn -
"T'." they wojld do so shortly, "di -
; "'- ulK: " ""- '" '" " -"-
rir"r-,us!y as prisoners of war.
!i"e independent o; me 25'ii 11U
I justly rem:.rks, that the laurels which
I the Dictator of M'-xici hoped to win
iiC !l ,n 11 ,v ' 'I"'' ns preimtnie
1 . r 1 11 . c. . .. 1
1 '"-'"K " "e.is. urui 01 cannon, tiu
every deaiorwtration of rejoicing that
was iud cited by John Ad mis after
the declaration ol our independence.
It was believed, that there being no
vessel ai Telchnck to convev the
.Mexicans out of the countiv. thev
wou'd be conducted to the interior
as prisoners of w ar.
Tlie Yucatan troops at Telc.haek.
it seems, have cip'ured the Lieuten
ant and part of the crew of the steam
er M otiteyu na. who went on shove
for water; leaving that vessel with
scarce!- :di!e-i,odied men enough t
Comm):oiie Moore Arrivrl A
gentleman who came passenger in the
Jane who avv ia Mcrida on the 31 in
stant, informs us that on the 2d an ex
press arrived from Campeachv with
the information that Com. Moore had
arrived jiT" tlie coast, and that on the
27th tilt., while becalmed oil" the har
bor of Campeachy be was attacked
by the two Mexican sleamci", and
'.bat lie beat them oil" and entered the
harbor without damage-.
St. I.ouif, Mny 23.
Since oar notice of the market on KoJ.i),
.oint? fhanjrr. have occurrnl which rrquirr
attention. Kl.air lnii HilvHiictil to f -1 1
Tor good country brattilt,, nntl 75 for tieit
city iiiiil 'I In itc-i-ijits have I, ten !i;ht uud
ll.e rtrn-'k on lirtlifl il nccr.arilj liiuit-(l
i . .. .. 1 1 f..... t .. i : t
, ,i ,i .iii. ii . ,
' . . . ,
i r com nine t' ijiioitr nt ci ci -in..
rt-iats for tins nimket are moderate. A lot
of 10. 1;()0 bu-hels arrived jeseiday, destin
ed for the Cincinnati mnrki-t.
Wc i.eur of a sale of 2-'tOU r'-t' r lend
se.teritiiy at which is an advanco on
loriuer quotations. Holders arc firm, hut
liuvr-r, do not n iw irria to be very egf-r lo
iipi-iatr, though an nililitiolial advance see-in
to be confidently txprcted by parsons engag.
ed in the tiaile.
W e have also lo note an improvement in
the price of hemp, t'ales were marie on at
unlay at ft, and n superior lot sold yestf-r-day
at jll 50. We now quote nt 3 a $'l 50;
and the demand is e'lod
liasgiu; and rope are selling at 14 a loi
..li iimr ; aud lg ct-uts a yard, aud i cents
per lb., ca'h.
Coii-iilcrable sales of bacon hate been
made at, shoulders g, sides .1, bams 4, hog
round '.i cents. This nritcle i, in demand.
Since Friday morning 7 boat have depart
ed for New Orleans with full freight; and
for the Ohio. Produce is still arriving freelj ;
but there has been some falling off in the la-t
week. The Iew Orleans boats go out full,
but fretgnt is becoming less abundant and our
quutationi on Friday are barely maintain
ed. The adear.ee which hut taken place on
flour, hemp, lard, ic, mnrt hare a salutary
influence on business.
Cikc!sis-ati, May lq.
Messp.-rk is generally held a $7 5(1. Some
lot? not of the liigbe't grade could probably
be bonitht at
C7 g whieti we think is a low
aa liny lots can oe pn aeu up in uoirari
. . i ..:i i I....
lear pork there is hut little on hund
be bou; hi lor H3 - i
Kcon fa...- rounrt nreit, "
liced a sale nf KK.hd Ihs. jesterby nt d,e
h-o a sale
sale nf Ill,(l!lll Ihs. common ham.
from fir.l hands at 4fc
for Vit-ksburtf and
.)f 1. mii Iha Eifiaa. in trinw orflrr tind itm
, ht. Mock ..de. w well kno ,,ti.e
I out the consent of the
small i nil We-tern n.n.kcf, o large was.T. 54, N. R. 2 W.; the W. 1-2 N. W
the propoilion .endued into lard last win- qr. scc. 17, T. 54, N. R. 2 W; the E,
tee. i 1-2 Si. L.. qr. CC. dl, 1. UZ, iM. U.
Strictly prime lrd is in request at5 a W tf)e yf j.2 Jf. qr. Sec. 32, T.
51c. We noticed a sale j. etc.. ay of 53 N R 4 w ,he s U4 E qr
ke-s nt . lie; but tbeie is very little cflcniij. 1 '. 00 T to m r a W . XV 19
holders of a a choice n.tifle of leaf f. T',.52' R- JV- W. 1-2
aTeXpect to.ea.ixe a la.g. a.lvance on , S. E. 1-4, section SO, and W.1-2 N. L.
this price before September. The stock of ! 1-4, Section 31, Townseip 52, N. K.
No 1 ut New Oi leans it known to ke not ; 4. West. The above lands will be eol
lail:e. d on a credit of 12 and 18 months, the
Flour. The market has bean rather in-1 purchaser giving bonds with personal se
dated the r w11' Prir" l'T,"S &"e "I curity for the payment oAhe purchase
on F.idayasbighaaS:'-r"- ' "is was I money bearing interest at 6 per cent.
bore the rate, ot which it vonlrl bear ship- I . J, r sae.
Orleana or any
and ass chiefly owing to a itody daily de-
A Temnerance meetino- ill be held
at the residence of Mr. Wm. Shepherd,
lownsnip on ounuay tne i"u
day of June. The history and princi-
; p' 01 me icmperance Kelorm win. oe
("plained by Messrs. Campbell, Buckner
' " ' Ke.c"
o:: r:i "T"."?"
y mentls f Temperance.
On the 19th of the prprent month by Ke
J. r. Gray. Mr John A. fix ton to Mif
Doicui White, all of Montgomery eo. Mo.
"Marriage rightly understood.
Gives to the gentle and the good
A pnradire below."
On Thursday the ISlli int.,by Jtmen M.
Martin Kq.t Mr. Wm. G. Gooch to Miu
Surah Giiinmcttee danehtrr of Nocholni
irimnirttre Kq nil of thi county.
rTHE fjst rum.ing passenger steamer,
U. S. -Vail Boreas, T. M. Fithian,
Captain, will leave SI. Louis, every
eunesUay and Saturday evening at 4
o clock, fur Keokuk. On her return, will
, 1 1 ' o. I
i woiiiiino, every r riaay c iionaay
! even ni at 3. and Clark!!, nt A nVlnrk
on Mme d As the Boreas carries the
, f- & .Vbi7 she can bc depended uoon
; to leave rejrularly and punctually, at the
I May 27ih 1843. 30 tf.
ri II E iili':ol,n having lakr.i tliarce ol
JL the lirii k T-ireru in IJii place lorme
1 occc.'ieil hy A. Oury, will eiuhrace the
lirr.enl r" tn nit t of savin-, to the citizen,
of liou-iini; Go-en, vicinity , and coiuniunit-r
gciicrnllv, that nil h ho n. ny call u;nn him
hall be urcominnilntrd en the mo-t mniler
ate term.. lie flttecs hiln'elf that hi nc
cnrmiioil.-itioiii aie U"h as will give grneral
t,kf.i.-tion. Ilutnt the fame tiiue he w-julil
my to thou- ivlio may favor hun with tlirir
eiiirona-;, tliat he Mill expect punctuality
on their pint, othriHO'e l.i" ill u jt to uhli
to do thi-rn or himelf jo.tire.
rt'tariling JL loilgin-c per wet-k, . . '2 f 0
ft. . nf i ti fr -aithout loili;ii:c. . . 1 5tl
Man wiih hore, .upper lod-ng and
brrakf.i.l, 1 110
A .iticli nn-nl with a hoire f it, Ot'
lie run but arad him.elf of the present
tnrari of returning his thank, to those vhn
tone and arr now patrrni.ing him, let he
till hrnrc forward be uiii!rr the abnlutene
cr-ity of rxncting his frrs for board at the
rlo-e of every two wetkt
n..w!,i s C.irrn, May C7th l-4 JiO tf.
Allium. strnfor's Notice.
.V OTICK is hi rri.j oen,tial the under
X 1 tight-d lim ohtainc t of the CJeik of thi
I niinli t'oiiit of Tike Counts', litters ol
Arlinini.triition on the e.-tste of 1h
Chain! i iUmi ilerea'eil, rlatril Mav go, 1 ""4-1 .
"II pcr-ons inili-hteil to siil etute aie
iii-tel to make mm filiate ptiymrtit. All
P r.on limine rlinin. ar:iiiit saia estate.
are ieiiir-t d In eiluhit thcru properly ail
th.-illl,: ilcil, within fine Jfar from the fl a If-
oftiinl lei ten or tlu-y may he preclmifil
from linvifii nny henfit of smM e.late, and n
not f xhihiti-il within three ear, they will
be li'rfver harrt-il .
I BltAXTKTTF.U. )
M. K. t HAMUKKLAIX. i
Mav 27t'i. 1843. 3w30,
! TY' " hen by rivn thnt the nn
alrU ilor.icnrit hat taken out
gued has taken out lettersof Ad
Uiini-tration nn the estate of Bijant Brown.
,lrc a'fil, late of Montgnoery county
.Mif.nuo, bearing Hate tne loth tlav ol
Jhj I "--1-1. All person., (therefore, in
dehtrd to the e-lnte of snifl deceased, are re-fUf-teil
to miike iniruc-diate pay nient ; ami
all persons having claims again! si. I estate
are requtcd ti exhibit them properly an
thrtitirali'd, within one year fioui the date
of mid Ictteif, or Ihey may lie precluded
from Inning any benefit of laid eslale, nnil
if said claims are not presented within three
ycurs, they will be forever barred
PIIILAXI'KR DKATER, AdmV
m-iv aTth. :tso.
A DMIMSTRATION NOTICE.
VJ OTICK is hereby givu. that the nn
is der.-igued hasobtained fiom the Cleik
of the County Court of Tike county. Mo .
letters nf Administration upon the iotate ol
Lnvd Ford deceased, bearing date the
:ird. day May A. D. 14'!. All persons
haling claims ngain.t said e-tate, are re
fiiei'f d to exhihit them in one year from
tlie date of raid letters for allowance, or
they may he precluded from any I eneCt nf
said estate; and if such claims are nt-t pre
sented within three years from tho date of
said letter., they will be forever barred.
JNO. O'RRAR, ) . . ... ,
MARV FORD. Adm.nislrafo.-..
May fiih 1"M3. 3w27.
SAZ.33 OF EEAt ESTATE.
riIIE undersigned Administrators of
-- the J.btate ot William L. tiiggs,
deceased, in pursuance of an order
of the County Court of Pike Coun-
y w; expose to public Sale be-
fore the Court House door in the town
Df IWIing Green, on the 2nd day ol
,, . A . ... p. ., r'
. , . .. ,
01 a"' voumy, 111c juiiowmg uocsiueu
lots of land lying in said Uouniy, viz
S. 1-2 lot No. 2. N. W.qr. sec. 13,
W. C. DOWNING. Aam
Bowling Green, May 6, 184. . 4t27
I ADMINKTRATMPS SAT.r..
i m w -
' June next, at the late residence
oi I nomas IWiamhetlain, deceased.
n Indian Creek, nil the personal es-
,ate nf sa;d (ePenscjt consisting of
horse, rattle, hogs, sheep, houe-
hold and kiichei furniture, one wag
on and a sett of black smith's tools.
&c, on a credit of 12 months, on oil
sums over two dollars. Bond and
security for the purehasejneney will
May 27.,, 1843,
"jVOTlCE is hereby given, that the
" undersigned has obtained from
the Clerk of the County Court of
Pike county, letters of Administra
tion upon the Estate of Andrew Mif
ford, deceased, bearingdate the 25th
May A. D. 1C43. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate, are re
quested to exhibit them in one year
from the date of said letters for al
lowance, or they may be precluded
from any benefit of said estate: and
if such claims are not presented w ith
in three years bom the date or said
letters, thev will be forever barred.
MEM'H ISA DECK EARLY. Ailm'r.
Mav 27th, 1S43. 3w30.
"Y authority of an execution issu
" ed from the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court o f the countv of
Pike, in the State of Missouri, in fa
vor of Frederick B. Leat h, gurdian
of Joseph William Mavher and A
mos Thomas Maylier, and ag.iint
I'eorgel). I'onndiirant. I have levied
upon and seized all the right, title,
and interest, of the said George D.
Boundurant, of, in and to the hollow
ing real estate, lo wit: the W.J R.
W.qr. S. 23. T. 54. N.of Range 4
U. E. i S. W. qr. S. 23 T. 51, R. 4
W., E J S. E. qr. S. 30 T. 54. R. 4
W N. W. i S. E. qr. S. 30. T. 51.
It. 4 W.,and the N. E. i of the N.
W.qr. S. 32, T. 54, R. 4 W.; and
will sell the sanie to the highest bid
der for cash in hand at the Court
House door in ihe town of Bowling
Green, in said county, on the 2ls.
day jf June next, between li e hours
of 9 an I 5 o'clock of that dav. and
...-in ,i. r .1 - r: :.' .
lofiiu on- iciiii oi t-i.(-iii ( y -
lor sanj corr.ty oi' rike, to sa:ify said
execution an I all cost.
WM. PENIX, SherifT.
Mav 27th. 1843. 3w30
Y virlue and authority of an exe
' fusion issued from the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of Pike
county, Missouri, in favor ol George
W. Adams, aud against Lewis Jones.
Fninian Long, John Lewallen and
Ilez ikiah A. Lard, and lo me direct
ed, I have levied upon and seized nil
the right, title, and interest of the said
defendants, ot, in and to the follow
ing de-ciiled lands. lying in said
county to wit: one acie ol ground
adjoining the tow n of Aldey, bound
d as follow s: beginning at a post the
southern corner of the meeting bouse
lot, adjoining the sai l lown of Ah!ey,
thence N. 45 E. 300 leet, to a post
ibcnce S. 45 E. 145 to a po.-t. thence
S. 45 W. 300 feet to a post, and lame
I l ick oak, thence N. 45 . 145i
feet, to the beginning, wiih n steam
mill thereon, known as ihe Ashley
steam mill, aho I he tract of land on
which Fiancis Jones now resides, be
ing part and parcel ol a tract ol land
s.'ld I v L. 1 - Came!i and wi'e, lo
Wifiam MePike nnd Thomas Kerr,
ihe same I e ng pari nnd parcel of a
concession of 1C0O Arpen, nnd con
firmed to Daniel Claik. lying on the
waters of the noi tli fork of Cuivei.
containing 150 acres more or less, and
will st II tlie same to the highest bid
der for ready money, at the Court
House door in the town of Bowling
Green, in said cornty, on the 20di
day of June next, between the hours
of 9 and 5 o'clock of that day, and
during the term of the Circuit Court
of suid county of Pike; to satisfy said
execution and nil costs.
WM. PENIX, Sheriff.
Mav 27.1'. 1 C 13. 3w30.
Dir. V. II. Waters,
HAVING located himself in Bowling
tireen, ofTers his prof.-B.ional services In
the citizens and public generally In caea i f
intric.icy, where additinnul meilieal aid shall
lie deemed necessary, the aorvicra of U.. T. S.
Water, will be given without additional
Cowling Green, Ma 13th. 1843 3w28.
TOBACCO, HEMP, &C.
BJIIIE Kubseriber will receive and forward
& Tobacco, Hemp, Prk, ic. at Uauiually
low rate to Orleans or the Eat.t. .'laving no
interest in ateam boala. and my egenta in Or.
leans having nn intercut in packet ships or
vesel, freights both heie and below, will be
bargained for at the Inwert rate. I will also
advance in cah (without any charge for losa
in exchango: from two thirds to three lourlba
Ihe value here on Tobacco, tte.np. Flour,
Wheat, Pork, Lard, Baron, Beef. Ac. Sr.c.
GKOIiOKK. Bt'DD, Com:
mission 8l forwarding merhant, 44, Water St.
St. Louis, atiiy fnh, 1843.
Refer lo Mesara. Win. tuee, & Co.
" Jameson Samuel, Esq.
ss Colonel Wellruan, -
' James C. Fox, Esq. .
' Theodore Jones, Esq.
James Hanna, Ess. .
May 13th. letf.
. - Faria.
TY virtue and authority of nn exe-
- cution issue I 'rom the ofEce of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Pike county Misssouri, in favor of
Solomon Mase. and against William
C. Wright, and tome directed; I have
levied upon all the right, title, nnd in
terest of the said William C. Wright,
of in nnd lo the following described
land, lying in said counly of Pike, lo
wit: th.S. E. 1 of the S. E. qr. of
section 9. township 54, range 4 W.,
containing 4!) acres more or less; the
S. half of thee. E. i.of the S. E.
quarter of same ."section, T. and R.,
containing 20 acres i.ore or less, also
the N. W. i of the N. J3- qr of sec
tion sixteen, nnd S. W. i7" f the
S. W. I of section nine, bulb the last
mentioned tracts in T. 54 of R. four
W., containing together 120 acres',
be the same more or less, nnd will
sell the same to the highest bider for
ready money, at the Court House
door in Ihe town of Bowling Ureen,
in said county of Pike on the 20th
day of June next, between the hours
of 9 and 5 o'clock of said day, and
during ihe term of the circuit court
for said county, to satisfy soid exe
cution and cosis.
WM. PENIX, SherifT.
Mav 27th, 1843. 3w30.
YY authority of an execution is
sued from the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Pike connty.
Missouri, and to me directed, in fa
vor of the county of Pike, and against
A. B- S. Inloe, and Amos Thomas.
I hive letied and seized upon all the
right, title, and interest ol said Inloe
in and to the following described
tract of Land, lying in said county of
Pike viz: ihe undivided half of C40
acres of land it being a New Madrid
location by virtue of ceriieficate No.
1 12 in ihe name of Johnathan Hur
ley or bis legal representatives, which
certificate is located on the South
East fractional qr. of section 2C. the
S. W. fi 1. qr. st cion 27, ihe N. E.
qr. of section 33, the N. W.qr. of
section 34, and as much of the West
side of the N. E. qr. of section 34 as
will make the quantity of C40 acre
all in T. 55. N. nnd R. 3 W., and
shall proceed t sell the same to the
. noi ...Li. c: in l ; . -.
tl e Court House door in Bowling
Green, during ti e term of said Court,
on J uesday the 20:h day of June
nrxf, between the hours of nine and
five o'clock of said day, to ratisfv
said execution and costs.
WM. TEN IX.
May 27th, 1C43. 3w30.
Ill virtue and authority ot a writ
of venditi't r.i exponis. issued
from the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of St. Louis county, in
the State of Missouri, against Robert
YV. Tavlor, and in favor of Charles
I). Drake, I earing date the 5ih dav
of May, 1843, and to me directed, I
shall expose to sale to the highest
bidder for ready money at the Court
House door ic the town of Bowling
Green, in the county of Pike, on the
20th day of June next, between the
hours of 9 and 5 o'clock of that day,
and during the term of the Circuit
Court, of said connty of Pike, the fol
lowing described real estate to wit:
all the right, title nnd interest, of the
said Rubeit W. Taylor, of, in nnd to
the lollnwing tractor parcel of land,
lying in said county of Pike, to wit:
part of the north east fractional qr.
of section No. twenty, in T. No. 54
of R. No. 1 W., lying on both sides
of Noix Creek, and known as the
Clinton Mill property, containing 40
acres more or less, to sati?fy the debt,
damages and costs on said writ.
WM. PEX1X, Sheriff.
May, 27th, 1843 3w30.
BY virtue and authority of an exe
cution issued from the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Pike county, Missouri, against Milton
English, and in favor of J no. Summers,
to the use of Mathew R. Boyce, and
to me directed, 1 have levied upon
and seized all the right, titic, and inte
rest of the said Milton Ln.lish, of in
and to the following described land,
king in said conntv of Pike, to wit:
the 1.'. half of the N. VV. fractional
;r. of section four, T. 54 of It. three
W.. containing "9 and thirty-nine
one hundredth acres moie or less,
also part of the W. half of the N.
W.qr. of section three, T. 54, R. 3
W., containing thirty seven and thir
ty nine one hundredth acres, be the
same more or lens, nnd will sell the
same to the highest bidder for rndy
money, at ti e Court House door in
the town of Bowling Green, in said
county of Pike, on the 20'h iay of
June next, lietwen the lioyrs of 9
and 5 o'cloi k of that dav, and dur
ing the term of the ciicuit court of
said county, to satisfy said execu
tion and costs.
May 27th 1843. 3w30
BY virtue end authority of thre?
several executions issued Irom the
office ol the Clerk of the cin uit c urt.
of the county of Pike in lite state tf
Missouri, otie in favor of Phineci
Block, one in favor of Fdwin Draper,
nnd the oihor in favor of Edwin Dra
per nnd Daniel Draper, all against
Rebecca Lanilerson, and to tne di
rected, I have levied upon ail the
right, title, and interest, of the said
Rebecca Limberson, of in and to the
following real estate to wit; f art of
the S. W. qr. of secticn seven, T. 54
of range two W., containing fifty
acres more or less, lying in said coun
ty of Pike, and will sell the strrc 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 20th day of June rexf,
between the hours o( 9 and 5 o'clock
of sTid day and during the term of
the Cir cuit Court, for said county, to
satisfy saia execution and costs.
1 WM. PENIX, SherifT.
May 27th, 1841 330
RANAWAYfrr.m the obi
scriber, living 5 mile,
north east from Bowling Gieen
Pike county, .Missouri, on the
2Cth April las', a repro man
named MO?F, about 5 feet 1U
inches Web, father slender ; a -boat
2g yean old, dark color.
ed, hit feet are sore from frostbite ; he is lath.
trdiiH, and had on whea he left a seal skio
cap. and brown janes coat and pantaloon,"
with blue janes otercoat. It i" supposed he
may attempt to cross the liter. The above
reward will be riven for his delivery to ice,
or confinement in 101110 jail, where I can yet
him: if taLeo out of thi" State, and if ta
ken within the Slate, $25 will be f.-irrn.
KARKN If. WHITAKEIt.
Pike county. Mo, May 20, '43. Cw9. -
HOT ICE is hereby given to all persons
concerned or in any way interested in
the estate of Elijah Hawkins, dee'd. that tie
undersigned Admr'. of said deceased, wiil
make a final settlement of raid estate, at
the next Augnt term of the Connty Court
of Lincoln county. Id the state of Mis.
soori, to be bepon and held at the Cont
House in the town nf Troy, on I ae second
.Monday in Au.-a;t.
EDWARD HAWKINS. Adminit
tratir of the estate of Elijah Hawkins dee'd.
May 20.1843. 4w29.
THE tindersigned administrator a,
the estate of John E. Wheeler,
deceased", fate of Montgomery Co.,
Mo., hereby gives notice to all cred
itors and others interested in said es
tate, that they intends to ma!;e a aal
settlement of said estate, at the next
August term of the county Court of
said county, in the State of Missouri,
to be begun on the first Monday in
August next, nnd held at th Court
House in Ihe town of Danville.
MADISON JONES. , . .
GEO. W. WHEELEP.,5 Aarr-T '
May 20, 1843. 4w29.
STATE OF MISSOL RI, ,
County of Tike. J
In Ihe County Court, May Term 154.1.
JASPEIi SHOTWELL Administrator of
the Estate of John Carh deceased,
comes into Court and !es his petition for the
sale of the real estate ofsaid deceased, and
said petition is accompanied hv a true sc-
count nf his Administration, a 1st of the
debts due to aud by tho deceased, and en
inrentory of the real estate, and a. I ocsets
in bis hand,, the whole ven'Ccd by '.he 'aid
Administrator, it is therefore tirJered Irat
all persons interested in sail! o.-taie, be noti
fied hereof, and enters the contrary be
shown on the first day nf tho next August
term of this court ; an order will be made
for Ihe sate of the following real estate, !y
ing said connty of I'ike, and described a
follows, sii: beginning nn tlie touthrrly
side of survey 164. in T. No. fl5, N. of It.
No. o W of 'he f.ftS principul meridnin,-
se post corner from wi.irh hickory 10 in
dia., bears S. !-3, W. t'O links, snd a black
oak 00 in dia., bears S. :7, W. 69 links,
thence south 28,00 chivns intersected i sec
tion post, between No. 1?" nnd twettT-three
at 6, 00 ehaim, set po't comer f.-orn which
pin oak 24 in dia. be ns 70 E. filink.. and
a ditto 15 m dia. hears S 10, W. 50 links,
thence west from Ihe centre of ? ctinn No.
3:1, at 15 chains entered rrairie, heirs N.
E. and S. W. 30, 50 link, the i ction cor
ner on the line between section. No. !i3nd
33, at DO chains er.tc.ed timber, nt TG chains
set pnst corner 3, P4 links, smut, of the.
oorner to sectioni N 2J, 0 :ig, and tt,
from which a pin enk II in dia, bears S.
30, W. 50 link, aud nn elm T4 in dia.
bears N. :i7, E. 12 Iii ks, liien..e wet nt
:!9,63 chains set po-, corner f. iu, which aivr
ek'mOiudia , hears N . '.fi, E. 22 link.,
and a b oak 24 in V A' bears S. 63, E.
18 links, thence N". chain" .the qr.
eclion corner tie: wrcn .fr (ions No. 29 and
S2 25, 63 chains, .pt ro-t crnt-r, on the
line of survey F.n. 154, corner to fi action
al section ?'.,. 9, from which an elm 12 in
dia bear jo. OS, W, 1H links, nr.d a ditto
1(1 in d'.a. boan IsT. 50, E.7iinV. theree
with the line of survey So. lfl-4. N. 63
E. At 4'MM' chains, comer l fractional n
'.'.ons No. 2S and 23, a chnins to the
beeinninx eoreer, also a certain other trai t
containing !5 sixty fjtir oae hundredth
acres, nnd bounded as folinws: the eat a .!f
of the north east fr. of section 32, in town
ship 55, of ranpe thrre wet, ct . mitch
thereof as will be snScient ta pty '.bi det-ts
of saidestnte, and fu.ther ordered that this
notice be published ii sorts nevpapor ititj
this State fortix weeks "occMsivety. '
A trneenny. ,
Teste. A II. BUCESES, Cleric.
My 13ih, 1943 6w25.:
Sio Siwo Prison. The number of"
persons confined in this prison at pres
ent, is eboul 850.