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T provide for the call of a Convention,
St it tnacUd by the General Assembly of,
ihe Male of .Missouri, as Jullows,
1 . There shall be. at the general elec
tion for the members of the General As
sembly, in the year eighteen hundred and
lorly-four, a poll opened, at the several
election precincts, for taking the sense
f the people of this State upon the ex
pediency of calling a Convention to a
in tnd, alter or make a new Constitution
of this State.
2. It shall be the duty of the judg
es at the several election precincts in
this State, at the election aforesaid, to
cause a poll to be opened, which poll
shall contain two columns: one to be head
ed 'Convention,' ihe other 'no Conven
tion;' and they shall cause the votes of
each individual voter to be set in the ap
3. All persons qualified, by the
Constitution and laws of this State, to
vote lor members of the General Assem
bly, shall be entitled to vote for or against
S 4. At the close of said election, at
the several election precincts in this
Mate, the judges thereof Miail cause an
abstract ot the votes given, lor and a
gainst a Convention, to be made out and
certified to the clerks of the several coun
ty courts in this State, who shall make
out an abstract of the votes, given for & a
gainst a Convention, in their respective
counties, and transmit the same to the
Secretary of State ir. the same manner
and with the like restrictions that they
are required to certify the votes gcven
for Governor, and Lieutenant Governor.
5. The Secretary shall, on or be
fore the first day of December eighteen
hundred and forty-four, make out and
deliver to the Governor, a full and com
plete abstract of the votes given for and
agaitibt a Convention who shall immedi
ately caufe the same to be published in
at least two newspapers in tikis Stale.
6. If a majority ot the votes thus
given shall be for a Convention, the Gov
ernor shall, in the mouth of April, one
thousand eight hundred and forty-five,
order an election to be held at the sever
al places of voting in this State, on the
first Monday in August, one thousand
eight hundred and forty-five, to elect del
egates to said Convention; which elec
tion shall, in all respects, be governed by
the existing laws regulating elections;
and the persous elected shall, each, re
ceive a certificate thereof accordingly.
7. Each Senatorial district shall,
and is hereby authorised to elect double
the number to serve in said Convention,
which said disti ict shall be entitled by
law to elect to the Senate of this State at
the time of said election; and any person,
eligible to a seat in the House of Repre
sentatives of this State, shall be eligible
to a scat in the Convention.
4 8. The persou who shall he fleet
ed, aocording to the provisions of this
act shall, on the third Monday cf No
vember, 1845, meet and assemble at the
City of Jefferson, in general convention,
.and shall have power to form and propose
a new Constitution fur this Slate.
9. The Convention shall judge its
own privileges and elections, and the
members thereof shall have all the priv
ileges to which members of the General
Assembly are entitled, and shall be al
lowed the same compensation: and said
Convention shall have power to appoint
such officers and give them such com
pensation as may be deemed right, and
said compensation shall be obtained in
the same manner as the members and of
ficers of the General Assembly are al
lowed and paid.
10. Iu cases of contested elections
to the convention, the contending candi
dates shall pursue the same course and
be governed by the same rules as are now
prescribed by law in contested elections
to the Legislature of this State.
ill. If a vacancy shall occur in the
convention, the same shall be filled in
the same manner as prescribed by law
for filling vacancies of the Legislature of
t 12. The constitution formed by the
convention shall be deposited in the office
of the secretary ot state; and a copy ol
the tame shall by the Governor, be caus
ed to be published iu such manner as
said convention shall direct.
t 13. On the first Monday in Au
gust, 1846, at the several election pre
cincts in this stale, the judges thereof
shall cause two columns to be opened:
headed one 'for the constitution,' 'the
other, 'against the constitution,' and
cause the vote of each voter to be set in
the appropriate column, and certify the
votes so given to the clerks of the seve
ral county courts, who sliall certify the
same to the secretary of state, in the same
manner and with the like restrictions
that they are now required to certify the
votes given for Governor and Lieuten
ant Governor of this state.
i 14. All qualified voters ot this state
shall be entitled to rote for or against
t 15. It shall be the duty of the Gov
ernor to lay before the General Assem
bly, at their regular session, in the year
1846 the vote for ratifying or rejecting
said constitution; and if it shall appear
to the General Assembly, in joint meet
ing, that a majority of all the votes giv
en have accepted the constitution, they
shall, by joint resolution, declare said
constitution ta be the supreme law of the
State, & the former canstitution shall be
f 16. It shall be the duty of the Gov
ernor, in the month of May, 1843, to
cause this act to bo published in three of
the principal newspapers iu ot. Louis,
and in all the other papers published in
ithis State outside St. Louis, which publi-
cation shall continue for six successive
weeks; the expenses
of said printing
shall be paid out of the general contin
This act to take effect from and after its
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
M. M. MARMADUKE,
President of the Senate.
Approved Feb 27, 1S43.
STATU OK MISSOURI, ;
Count v of Pike.
In the County Court, May Term IMS.
TASPEIi. SHOTWKI.I. Artuiinislrati r of
9J the Katate of John Cash deceased,
count into Court and file his; elitioii for the
ale of the real estate of said deceased, ami
aid petition is accompanied by a true ac
count of his Administration, a list of the
debt due to and ly the ekceascd, m.d an
inventory of the real estate, and u I offset,
id his hands, the whole veiificd by the said
Atliuiui-lrutor, it is tlieie'jrc ordered that
all persons ii,l. ic-!e 1 iu s:M e-tae, lie tioti
lied hereof, and unless the contrary be
shown on the fii-t i!ay of the nu A"-'i-t
tcrut of II. is court ; an Older will be marie
for Ihc sale of the following real e'tatc, ly
iiic; in s.iid count t o( Pike, aud tle-crihcd as
follows, beginning on the Southerly
ide of survey Il?"4, in T. No. fi5, N. of It
No. i W ., tjf ie fifth ptiticipat mciirfian,
set ot comer fioni which hickory Id in
dia., bears S. "vl, W. !'( link', and a bl.if k
oak lit) in dia., bears S. I'T, V. lil) links,
i!i n e south 2,,',U chains iiiterscrti d i si c-
lion post, between No. !iS aud tstct tylhrce
t C"",!)!) chain', set post corner f om v.hith
iili onk 24 in dia. bears 7(1 K. 4l link", mid
a ditto 15 in dia. bears S 10, W. ,r0 link",
thence west from the centre of section No
at 15 chains entered i rairic, hears N.
U. and S. W . .'10, 50 links, the J section cor-
er on the line between sections No. tit? and
t.I, ut UO chains entered timber, ut IiO chains
ut post corner 3, 94 links south of Ihe
coriirr to sections No SS, i!S), 'J'i, null J!3,
from which a pin o:ik 11 in dia, bears S.
'M, W. 50 li.ik, r.nd :ui el:n 11 in dia
bears N. 27, K. I'i link, thence e-t at
:!'J,0 r haiiis sc! po'l, corner from which nr.
el.-m !l in dia , hears N. 45. E. 'ii links,
and n bonk 21 in dia. bear S. ft"?, K.
IS links, thence X. 4,00 chain; the nr.
secti n corner between sections No. -9 and
32 2o, (i'i chains set post corner, on the
line of survey No. !Gt4, corner to fraction
al section No 29, from which an e!ru I .'in
din., bears S. fJJ, W. l'l links, and a ditto
10 in dia. bears N. 50, K. ? links, thence
with Ihe line of survey No. 16I4, N. 8I
E. at 40,00 chniu. corner t" tractionnl sec
tions No. 'i'i ami 'JO, a 60, V) chains to the
beginning corner, also a certain ther trr.ct
containing '.,') sixty four one hundredths
acres, and hounded at follows: Ihe ea't half
of the north east ijr. of sectii.a in ltwn
thin 05, of lan-re three we-t, or so n.nch
thereof ns will be sufficient to par the debts
'of said estate, uml fu-ther ordered that this
notice be published in some newspaper i
this State foriix week, successively.
A true cony.
Teste. A II. Bl CKXEIt, Clerk
M iy 13h, lr-43 Ow2H
R ANA WAV from Ihe sub
scriber, livinr; !) miles
north cast f.oni Howling Careens
l ike county, Missouri, on the
2(jth Apiil last, a ecvro man
named MUSK, auout 5 feet 111
inches liilt, rather slender; a
bout 'I'i years oh!, dark color.
edv his feet are sore from frostbite; tie is isfh
erdull, si ltd had on when he left a seal skin
cap, find brow n janes rout and psntuloons,
with bliiej inei overcoit. Itis-oppo?ed he
may attempt to cross the liver. Thenbuve
reward will be civeu lor his delivery to me,
or confinement in st.m jil, where 1 eau gel
him; if taken out of this State, unt if ta.
ken Within the Slate, (25 will be eiven.
KAKEN II. WHITAKKR.
1'ike enmity. Mo, May 20, '43. iiw20.
Land for Suit".
!r3fIIE subscriber, as agent and owner,
lias the following Lands for sale, in
he State ;f Missouri, viz:
19b acres land 2 2-1 miles north of
Bowling Green, half mile west of the
Louisiana road: 35 acres improved, 2
houses, Tobacco houses, 2 stables. The
above will be sold together or divided
into two parcels, of 80, and 1 16 acres,
will be sold one fourth cash, and the re
mainder in liberal instalments.
1I1L Stone House frontier to
the public sqnare, on the south
ItMiside, in the town of Bowling
Green. This village presents
at mis nine a lavorable opening for a pub-
uc nouse, ana tins property is well adapt
ed to that use. Any person wisliinir to
engage in that or other business, in this
place will Imu an opportunity of ptir
chasinir on terms strictly accommodating.
The place cau be sold for one fourth cash
down, the residue in easy instalments, or
would exchange for good farming land
on fair terms, in this or adjoining coun
Also 120 acres land adjoining town,
forty acres cf which is in cultivation
also 80 acres wood land one and a half &
two miles from town. A purchaser of
me nouse would have the refusal of either
or both of the above tracts; neither would
be sold before selling the house.
April 1st, 1843.
inHE subscriber has 200 yards Broad
"a Cloths, that he is willing to ex
change for Lands unimproved, or not
much improved, on fair terms; may be
willing to make a small part in cash if
well suited with the lands.
January 28th 1843. 13.
Executed with neatness, at this Office.
Groceries at Louisiana Prices!!
THE subscriber has just received, and is
now opening at L. Peltibone's old stand
in Bowling Green, largo anJ general assort
ment of . '
Family Groct'iirs, Queen's
Ware, Tin-Ware, Do
All of which will ba sold at Louisiana prices
for cash. He has determined mat lie win noi
in any instance depart from the cash system,
being satisfied Unit it is the best eourso lo
pursue, both for buyer and teller. The public
are respectfully invited to call and examine
for themselves. II. L. PET 1 1 HON E.
April 29th, 1843. 2m26.
TKU MVIIiXT SUCCESS,
.2nd a .Vtic DitcortTy in the .Wtrsjwpcr
A ino't important an invalualiledicovery
hat been made by a gentleman ,f this city,
by which newspapers may be printeil iu tl.eii
present form, and -t the same lime, capable
nf being converted at pli asure into a .Maga
zine form, (i'i preti ivatiun.
This rrAiiil iuirroveineiit, which is distill
C to form a ! era in the bu'iuess, tlTecl
inganentirc rivolutiin in the art of prin
ting niauiuioth ncirfpapcrt, will he iiitiodu
ced, by peru.is-ion r.l" the patentee, into the
PliCatlcl; l.ia Saturd.iy .Ma cnm, cumn-enc-ing
in May next.
In announcing t t!.e f.ii-mls of the news
paper piess throughout the couulry, dis
covery which will add fo immensely to Ilie
value of ur -papers, the p:iuli-hcrt of the
Satuid.iy MU'ium, have, ul o, the proud
sati.Ui tion of nniiouueini: the complete ami
Iriuiui hai.t success of their new family
Newspaper. The liberal piitrom.gt already
eculd tor this m w and pnpula-antciprise,
hnt not only turpa e.t the li.ost siiiiiinu
uptctation, hut iieclin U unprecedented.
mraovtMENT in ' tiik Jusitt M.
The .Museum'" is now so f.n'rlv uml lii in
ly r-t:ihlishei! , that we fee I warranted in
n.iikin' some very extensive ami important
improvements l!y the fir-t of my, we shall
h.i e coinpli teil r.Il our arrangements. We
shall have, in the fust plce, u beautifu!, clear
and toid type in the second, supirb
-month and white part r in Ilie Ihird place,
we thai! make an ingenious A novel rh:iu-e
in Ihe arran-eii.etil of the mailer in Ihe
fi.uit'.i place, we shiil: increase oui e.,rp nl i
contributor- in all ihe v annus depitrln.ents ;
of a Family Newspaper in the fifth place.
we have secured, nl a hi;h salary, Ihe rer
vicceof DiiGtfc A. Foe, i:t , it gentleman
who'C hih Hint versatile abilities have nl
wavs spoken promptly for themse Ives, and
who, nfter the fir-t of May, will aid u- in
the editotial conduct of Ihe Journal.
The "Narrative of Towiieinl's Journey
over the Uocky miunl iiu?," ot e of tl.e ino;I
interesting: and valuable ever pnbli-hcd, i
sent to all new suh. ril.ers. At its coiirlu
siun, our readers w ill find themselves in pot
cHiori of a work which rilwie will he worth
double the sulitciipliuii to the pajer. We
ehiill continue, aln, of course, the Hmgisphi
cal Sketches ui.el Poitmits," w hit h lite now
exciting so uiiesnmplcd an interest. With
the'e uml other features contained, and w ith
the iiupiovt meuts in contemplation, it re
main to be seen whether eve do not amply
fulfil our determination of musing the very
bel Ncw(.nper in America.
Tersons wishing to seci:re fix tiioii'and
lurpe oet.ivo pRes of useful, iute retinz. nnd
unexcei lional.lt .-muling for the st led f.tiiii
pv circle, fir the small sum of two Dullnrs
per year being at the a-toiii'lungly low rate
of thirty pages f..r one cent, or er,n.vr. i ni ;
loonc biiiidretl nml twenty pa;cs lor lour
cents should hand their mimes iu now.
TKRMS Two Dollars per annum. I hree
eoi its for rive Polliirs, or sivte, n copies for I
Twei.l v Pillars, ill the extr.i in lu-em. nts
rjdre d at present for clubbing .
THOMAS C t LA UK II sV CO,
Office i f Ihe Sntiirda u'eum, Pnbli'h
ers' Hall, No. It'I Chen'ut St. Philadt 1 hia
STATE tip MISSOL'KI,
Count v of Pike. i
la the Cuiiiity Court, Feb. Term, 14-1.
TKSSK V. ROIlOF.RS Administrator tie
Lf tair nsi ol ine r.siaie ot i.etvis t e
terback decayed, comes and files I. is peti
tion for the sale of the real estate of said
deceased, and said petition is accompanied
by a true account of hi, Administration, a
list of the debts due to and by the elect acd-
snd an inventory of the real ctalr, and of
all other Melt in his hamli, the whole veii
fie.l by the amdavit of said adminiitrntor.
It is therefore ordered that all persons in
tcreoted in said ctiile, be notified that tin
less the contrary bo shown on or before the
urstday nf the next term of ll-ts t titirl, nn
order will he ma le for the snlo. of Ihe fid
lowing descrihe-d real estate to wit: lots
31,110, 4, 1 10, nnd OH, with I ho improve
ments thereon, in the town of Howling
Green, or so much thereof ns will be inffi.
eient to pay the tlebls of said deceased, ami
that this notice te published fot six weeks
in some newspaper in this Stale.
A tiue copy of the record.
Teste: A. II UL'CKNT.R, Clerk.
FchrnntyKilh. 1-411. 0wl7.
TAVERH STAND FOFALE.
"fj7lSIllG to close my career in
Uowiinii Green, I oiler for s.ile
The Old Brick Tavern and lots be
longing lo it, together with n variety
ofhouseliold furnature, suitable for
tavern use, ttlso vacant lots situated
in different parts of the town, and a
tract of land, 1C0 acres Prairie and 80
timber, within li mile of town. In
case I should not sell, I will, if desired.
rent the tavern with the privilige of
seninizanu giving possession at some
. ut j
suitable time to he agreed upon.
lerms shall ue accommodating.
Fehruary lllh 1843. 15 If.
Dr. W. II. Waters,
HAVING located himself in Bowline
Green, offers his professional services to
the citizens ana public generally. In cases of
intricacy, where additional medical aid shall
be deemed necessary, the services of Dr. T. S.
Waters, Vill be eiven without sdditinnal
Howling Green, Mar- 13lb, 1643. 3w58.
lcw and Cheap
rlHE subscriber has just received a hrge
X assortment of
New and Fashionable Goods,
and Uroceriea of every description, which
having been purchaa 'd lor CASH at very low
prices, will be fold unusually low for eash or
good produce. Also a lar;o lot of best Juni.it.
la Nails on comini.-sion, which will lio sold at
j iUB extremely low price ot 0,00 per keg.
Purchasers will find it to their interest to
coil and examine my atoclt befnra purchasing.
J COB CLOCK.
Louisiana, Pike county, Mo.
April 12th, 1813. Im2l.
via Vittsburg or Orleans.
HE subscriber will advance in cush 4 5'hs
J. the market value on Flour shipped direct
to theeast v'u Pitlsburi; or New Oilcans, or
will advance 2-3ds, trilh Ihe pririlrge rf sutr
in Of '.rant, if the market will justily. I will
ahio advance, on Wheat, Lard and Fork. My
eastern correspondents, are Flour and Grain
houses, of long standing, and well acquainted
with the market for these Maples.
From my Pittsburg correspondents, I have
received a tariff of rales on Flour, Lord, Sic,
lo New York via the Pennsylvania canals,
w hich, is lire warm season approaches, will
justily bliiprncnla lo New York of flour and
Lard via this quick route. My New York cor
respondent (al Flour bouse) writes it is not
sar baine liable to sou?, to ship Flour from
Tour lilac Via Orleans, after the firs, of May.
UMI. K. liCDD.
F'lnnrand tirain Factor.
N. B, Having n- interest in groceries, or
grocery houses. I will purchase and ship these
articles at Ihe very low prices, for those w ho
send me orders.
April l'J, 1813. . 2C
v i'. iiiiij.
S0:lin :tt MIV StM -
- lilt", ill 1'lkc (lir;-
IV. Alii., t tif lit ll;l'f?J Aorlll ! i 'W-
, ;i w., ..(" t
mi" ttfccn, ten li lies c.-t ! I.ri;.-
, . .. f , . c .
i .r.a. tint! s.x iu.es e;isl t.r I-i:aafi.rJ.
Ir turtl e r parlictllar Sf O l il!-. HI
Marcli 4 tli, 10-13.
STATE OK MISSOl'ttI, ; s
Count v of Pike. i "
In thel'eiunly Court, Febru
sgi p i ordered by the Courl
thitt Ihe follow-
', i sJai in ; be i b-erved ns thenrd
r of transact -j
ing I ij-ities in thisCoutt at every teim, viz:
MoMi.ivj nd TusMis, of cat h term to
l-e eli voleri to County bu-ine, incltnlinj
Roatls, llevenue, Unnd & Canal Kund. conty
ami township school fund.', claims ncninsl
lb ! couiily, pauper', county oftices ic -W
mm sews to tillowance ctf demand a
gaiutt C'tutt-s not having had an annua! set
tlement. Till, emu e and Pamirs, to an
nu it settle merits uf Admiuistiutor, Ilxecn
tor ftnit Cuaidinn, in the oriier of Ihe doi k
1 1 tt pt by the Clerk; to allowing demands
sgji'ist e-tittts, rellied on Ihe ssu.e el.iy by
Ado in i -1 e a t tirs and Ilxeculort, ain't any oth
i r buiinessiii relation to the estates of dc-cene-J
persons and minors; Bp(J Sati'rdavs
to find settlements mid business relating
A ttue copy f.nrn the reeoirl .
Ti-tc. A.'ll. lil t KM1K, Clerk.
I'erS. W. IJtcKXl.r:. I) C.
Mar.!h 1 Ith, 111!. lfJ tf
fi: if n nous s i.tioj,.
rillli undersigned, a graduate of the Pan
A. villo Deaf and Punt Asylum, K , will
open a school for the im-trjction of deaf and
rfum, ni,jUrcni tll0 relllljeI,ce of juje
pBrlarid, in Lincoln county Mo. j
rr:ns: fifty d0lr p ..cht.lar fr twelve
nu wno may reci oispose.i 10 pal.
'on'" H'is school, will please ha assured that
no altcntion ahsll be wanting, which will con.
Ituca to Ilia arlvai.rrinnf nl thtiip .k.M... :
the path of improvement. Those who may
wish to send from a distance can obtain hoard,
ing cheap in the family of Mr. McParland.
A. J ACKSON KING
Jjs. W. Campbell. IV. Ilcndrick. S. P. Rob
inson, Hiram G. Kduards, G. I). Crane, Thoa.
S. Waters, A. II. Bockncr, Wm. Pcnix, How.
ling Green. Hand Uiggs, Caleb McParland,
April llith, 183. 21 If.
'I lie St. Louis Republican plcise insert four !
l.mcs, and forward bill lothis ofhee.
List of Letters
73 EMA1N1NG in the Post office at
st" Uowling Green, Mo., on 1st April,
1843, which if not taken out in three
months, will be sent to the General Post
Office U3 dead letters.
Mrs. Nancy Adams, James II Allison;
Mr. Bogers, Temple E. Hell, A. J.
Hennet, Miss M. A. Kt 11, Rev. Richard
Jioiul, Thomas lilutul; James Cowherd,
Jacob Crow, Sarah Caldwell, Josiah Car
roll, Jas. D Caldwell, Thomas II Ellis,
Richard Fortune, Ch:is. Gates, Carncs
U Henderson 2, Thos.II. II arris, Doct,
W llr Abraham Inloe, Mr Maddox, I
John P Mifilcton, Mr. Mcl'ike, Jercmi-
idl Moore, Wm. I'cnix, Jocoph Roberta,
James M. Rider, John Roggers, Stephen !
Bicmtnons Z, 1 Ssnears. KoherL Num. i
mers, Mrs. llueh Shannon, John Tallca-
faro, John F Turner, Doct. W Thorn
ton, James P Woodrufl, Thos. B Whit
ledge, Thos. S. Waters, John Wilson,
II. G. EDWARDS, P. M.
April 8th 1843. 23 tf.
ing near Walkeriville,
n this county, on the
I Ith inst .a hay innre
five years old, with a small star on Ihe fore-
neaei,. email ,n,p on the nose, nnd white
ninoieei. I win give the nbove reward
any one who will deliver her to me
JOHN K. BUCHANAN
Juno l.lh, 19-13. :tt3:),
Will lie taken,
In payment of subscrintinn Pnm
Oats, Flour, Butter. Dried Fruit TniuJ
Candles, and Wood,
j Radical Office, Dec. 24, 1842.
Miss Leslie's . Magazine,
OUt , -The
Home Book of Literature, fashion and
Pomestic Economy. -
VOITFD BT HISS F. LtSLir,
Author of "Mrs. Wnshlngton Potts," &c.,i
nd T. S. AamrB, Author of "fii Nights
ii- .i. .r... Wntlitnf ttifit.iris " ar. ITliihel.
li.hed wish the n.ot ixqiiisile Mexmlint
Z ..eel plate, and splendid Cored plate,
..r t'.e fashions
The great deiennd which ha: rxisted for
the past jenr, fur Godej's Lndy't B.iok,
(J.iihum's Mapaiine, ai d other kir died pub
Mentions, has induced the subscriber to pre
ent to the 'Vublic a Von'.I Iy Magimnr,
-iiuilnr, in itsgcrcr-il features, to tve popu
lar woiks relerred lo. but with smue Chiimt
In Atlention which Ihoy do not po!-es
for thi" pnrpoe he has secured the nirl of
M 1SS i: LESLIK, utiiverml'v known a' one
of the firt ft male writers i f li e age, ami
pJtticu'.itily rlislingui-hed ty her graphic
k. tnhrs of manners, mid h'r success in il
I ii -I i a t i g and coriecting fashionable follies.
A the writer of variou bonks, arid a con
tributor to duly' Lady's Itoi k, t;rahnn.'.t
V. a sine, and other peiiodicals of high re
putation. Miss I.e-Iie has done much In en
lighten and entertain the ublir, and in the
Ma.'iix ne ri'iw presented, which bears her
name, she w ill muke her eminent taleiils
-till n ore avi-ilal.le for Ihe general rood
P.'-idi s a Series ol Nniivellcllcs, in her own
inimitable style, in which, under cover of
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