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A protracled illnes, of ali hnd.wc
trust will be a sufhVient r...1
our reduced appearance
Vcrmoht. Hon. Henry F. Jones has '
been nominated for Congress by the'
Whigs of the fourth district it, Vermont,
and Hon. Erastus Fairbanks appointed
Delate to Uie National Convention.
vo boats laden with Juffijo Robes
f , f " ' I
froa, .he Mountains, arrived in St. Louis '
lasiweck from the Yellow Stone. They,bJ sea arnvca at Jew V ork on the 10th
uruiff intel irence ofiJiP rrfnm ,.f n . '
cort sent out under Capt. Cook, to pro
tect the Santa Fe Traders.
The Wheat Caors. The Alton Te
legraph savs the harvest commenced in
that neighborhood some davs since, and ,
the crop eenerally ii found much better
crop generally ii found much better
thaa was antirinatfvt Min u-lm nn-
posed in the spring that they would not d the -riymouth"that at the Wash-"""" I'akets from Havre de Grace
have the amount of the seed, will have ! ington Navy Yard the "St. Mary's in l" ,,n.'i l,'ed,"cnr-
' c ..,., ent est India island-, roiirsplen-
at least half a crop, while others will re- commemoration of the first places lid eain , a,.teKf isoo trtim biirih
alize a fair averaee vicld. Unon our permanent settlement in America.
whole Northern frontier the wheat was
never better. The deep and protracted
Knows afforded it a complete protection '
from the frost.
It gives us pleasure to state that in
this vicinity also, the crop of w heat is
much better than was anticipated, though
it is not probable that there has been
raised, on an averaee, half a crop. The
corn we notice in some fields looks rath
er small and uneven, yet if we have
any thing like a favorable season, there
will be through this section, a fair
y icld. The season for tobacco has been
extremely unfavorable. The great want
of rain during the setting season, and
even since, has injured the prospect for
a crop this season. We were told by a
phmlcr, a few days back, that he believ
ed the present tobacco crop in this sec
tion, would not be equal in number of
hogsheads, to one fur every ten of last
year. We think however, that this is
too great a disparity.
Quickest trip vet. The steamboat
Anniwan, made the trip from St. Louis
to Keokuk in twenty hours; returning,
Icfftiincy at 8 o'ekek, a. m., and ar
rived in St. Louis at 8, p. m., making all
the usual stoppages each way.
Jons TrLKn, i.. l. d. For the honor
of Harvard University, says the New
Bedford Bulletin, we hasten to correct
the error into which we were misled, in
announcing that this University has con
ferred upon John Tyler the decree of
L. L. D. This we are informed is un
true. Another paper remarks that the only
degree of L. L. D. likely to be confer
red upon his accidency, i-that which will
be conferred by the people in 144, and
simply means Liclel Like the End.
f Wc had not the pleasure of being
present at the Lectures of the gentle
men named below. By request we give
place to the following remarks in allu
sion to these gentlemen and their claims
...ll.m.n nf .r tiy.fd (n till rPCnPrl
and patronage of the public,
n !.. t.,;.;.d dnr;n,H,e!strL in . bis cit v has been verv la re :
present week by Dr. C. F. Tckser and
. V, ... i
J. B. Asm or, Esq., practical phrenolo.
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gists, who by their lectures have excited
a general interest among our citizens up-
on this seience, w hich of late has rcceiv-
ed so little attention at the hands of the
public. So far as we have been able to
Lertai,., their examinations of charac-
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ter have given general satisfaction.
Coining among us highly recommended
as gentlemen of respectable scientific at-
tainments, and in every way worthy of
public respect and confidence, they have
succeeded in a good degree in ovcrcom-
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ingwithusth.tprejud.ee which gener.
ally attends all new discoveries in the
'scientific world. We understand that
they design visiting the most important
towns upon the upper Mississippi and
in the eastern portion ofthe state gener-
ally, with a view to awaken public in-
terest ia a science which they deem so
intimately connected with our moral and
intellcctual natures. . .
We besneak for them as gentlemen ot
1 . . ... . ,1. rtrA
refinement and edueaiio...
ofallamorgw horn they may be mrown. (
They have supplied themselves with a
variety of works plates, cranium ""'"
8tc explanatory ofthe science, and can-
not fail to interest those with whom they
.,ScreW --The IIn. A. Uy
ner.lateamer.ihef of Caere, from
North Carolina, l.afr.nally Knojjnc
ed l.i. connection with the Whig
I CocKTEBrtiTS. TIic Iowa Demo
Inrit ...t.l:..l. 1 .- .1. '
crat, published at Keosauqua, on the
Des Moines river, states that a number
es in oines river, stales that a numuer
!fr.C0,,nt"fcil f W " the .f
Allssnllri hav l.nor. nut In rn.'lal inn in
me - iNew 1'urcliasc." The ene-ravine
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1S we" executed, but the paper is of m-
fer'or quality. They are dated Nov.
st' 42, payable at St. Louis, signed
B' Valn. and some by W. Kcnnettj
as 1 reE,t!ellt " lle Hank. It is suspect
cd that a large bogus factory is also in
operation in the 'New Purchase.'"
if . . .
IwaK l"an twlve h.-ndred passengers
a,ia ,ln instants,
The Central rail road of Georgia has
been extended from Savanah to Macon, a
distance of 19S miles.
The Madisonian states that the Presi-
deIlt bs ordered the sloop of war, build-
'"K at Norfolk, Va., to be called the
'"K at Norfolk, Va., to be called the
"Jamestown" that at Boston to be call-
The Mo. Reporter of the 27ih inst.,
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ter, it appears that there were seventy-
four deaths in this city last week, of
Mhich number fifty-four were children
under five years old.
Col. Benton we understand is on a vis-
it to the Southwestern Counties of Mis-
. ,"T". .
Four convicts made their escape from
the Penitentiary a few days tincc, for
wliosc sppri'hciision a liberal reward is
offered. One is named George Hendcr-
son, and another -
The Lruisvi'lc Journal publishes
tl.e ant extd letter fVom a hul.Iy re
spectab'e ci niiiieicial I. oi.se in Ne
Orieans. It will le interesting to
manufacturers of hanging and rojie:
Ni.w Oisi.kans. June 28. 184 3.
Ihninjr the roent seasi n we have
had lnrj:c orders in tl.e 111:11 ket for
bai.'gmjr and rope fr m Charle.-ton
and Savanah. The low prices (.
ihese articles Appear to Lave per.ed
.1 new trade, the magnitude of which
iendes it impot taut tlir.t yon slu tili!
be al vised d" the quali'y which will
meet tl.e (iemi.nd. Out of n very
hire stock, we succeeded in finding
.bout 500 piecesand an equal amount
if n pc to suit the oid'-nt.
In these seclion-- India, Sotch and
("lerican bag.jin has been used l.eie
tolore. which. Ixin woveti n-iich
'lime 1 Ioci v tli .n o n ". c n.ses a
llKiK'f njT'illist OUT; Hlilrli Clin onlV
!) temoved bv ll.akini! Sl.ltaVc id-
te :.t:ovs. I ii lireat o1 jection to
nr b gjmgw.-s the vjienw.ss; it i
wide ;.nd heiivv en.iu.'li, bu: thi
oorn's in weaving renders it litifit
r lie .i"t er.
ll proper at'en'ion i given bv the
i.aiiufic'i.r-r. a e well cnvinc-
d tl at the-e maikets wi I be of
fi iite imi.oriaiice in more wavs than
ai kels w i I
one. First, a verv hi rue amount is
wanti'd. which vill keep down all ur
p'lis. Secondly thee ordeis are
:d tided trith cash. Tl ee tw. Ciin
sidcrations alone would be sufficient
luce all interested to i'ive at'en-i
tion to securing the trade
fon at this season of the
vear. t ie
pre.-ent,it is comparal.vel v limited.
!and o-.-eat activity prevails in the
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Market, owing, mainlv to the orders
fy thpse illlM,rlilII, ectjrtn!l. ulldl
vi(lll!i! v listd India, Scotch and
Ge, ,n!,n hag'ini.'-
Tlie -rrent obje-:t with the buyer
appears to be M get bagging woven
closely that the cotton cannot be
seen through the bagging,
Tnnt, yi)1) wj nt oncf.
nyAe such :lIeI.;lti,ltls jr, yur bagging
as u j enable us to compete with
others, we have troubled you witfi
these remarks. The width must be
tvmlyfour ic-r-.he we.lit
rui' under U pounds, and tl.e texture
Geat Indian Council. X ereat
Indian Coun. il w as held in the Cher...
Lee na'ion on the 3d inst. Itwasnt-
kce ,,a Cventern
cmpact embracing the
r,,( vjnp; ohjects was agreed upon:
j.tnin peace and "friendship a-
moiy the ditiereni irn.es to ..usiam
rm .etali .tiou for in.Iiv.dual ollen-
..o 'omovide lor improvement in ,
a(7rl(:llllure, nianulaCures and the arts
plo f inish crjrre perpetra .1
I rjtiens f one trihe to !
j.jijenghjp in other trihes wtucn nre
ar,jps,0,)C rmpact to suppress j
,;h(.ulieof ardeni .pi. its and prohibit j
i.sintroduclion into the Indian Ter-1
.:.,.....:.rwl i. refuse to e!l. cede or
lienateany portion of the territory
beh.nirini: toeitl erof the tribes with
out the consent of all the parties loj
the compact. krporter.
The lbston Daily .Advertiser pub-1
Iishes a letter frfi Saratoga Springs
in which the writer, i.lter mention,
in wiiir.n me writer, ..Iter mention.
lhe vWt tf Mr- AJa"" Lat
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Manv relics of the lmtlle are pre
served in the vicinity, some of which
have been picked up very recently,
liven within a verv few davs seeral
valuable crins have been found id a I
p. niched field, ninong tlieni a fold
5 piece, of the rein of William
and Mary, and in one spot a puinna
of the coinage of 1775, nppearini;
!'riiri:uv urn iiiiu Ulllll Willi M-vnu
; s di,arj ()f lI()pr I(tJ wlic
perlectly new and brinlit witii several
were milc, l,.,ekened by their place
ol Jeposit. In the immediate VK'ltii-
t f these coins wos found a llii"lrl
I hone, fiom which it was inre.red that
I I he money was deposited at the
I breeches pockit ol the unfortunate
alhintic stdirn navi-
'gallon. The Fi
gallon. The French Government is
1 fibiui to establish a rvjiular line of
i n'14"c construction iitlJochelle and
l H . J "ll I I I I . I
irest. nnr win le i;iunciiti ni me
Matter end of this month. Two of
, (hrse are ,(( un )ir,v
.Uvccr, Havre de Giace and N. Yoi k.
's;iiiipg on the 7th nnd 21lof the
jmontli, so ,is not to inteif.-re with
I the F.rig!ih Post office mails of the
3J , ,0., to Halifax and HosUm
(frm Liverpool and the s:.med:ites t-)
ihc est Indies, touching at the fo!
!l"Wing port?: Gaudah upe, M"rtini-
(.11P Su . ,,.mirj:0j (.n tj
j w ,,nri. ;,n,., pnekets will be estah-
; lislied at Belize, (lloiidmr.s) Havnna.
! CirlliaL'ctia. t iiarcs. Laguayra. Tor
to Cabell., Santa Mariln. Cuba.Tam-
pico. era Ciuz. fcc.. connecting with
the English packets to Antigua, I5ar
bndoes. Ilcrl.icc, Demeiaro, Doinincn.
Gicd.ule, Jan.aica. etc Mi
Mis'ocki lh :.io. hacv. A
mai travelira in the interior
State fell i.iwitiia rip-roarer liom
one of tlic uoll" scalj) counties nnd
commenced discussing politics wiih
him. He inquired who lie wainfi
vor of Pre sident ? 'Why,' says wolf
scalp. I go dead for Dkmocru't.'
Well," innuited tl'.e stranixer. which
one of the Democracy?1 'Oil!1 sa'd
be. 'Thar aint but one jjinuine De
mocracy, and that's old ooli r.vc. ol
Missouri- l;c iilms the ri'ht tune for
tin sc li'g:i
tint pa tli thev t:ike
' ' .
Anv nu the uiiinv slot it s goins lhe
rounds, is tl e fullnwinj; Vvm Tn'r: ;
.r. in 1 enton ol l.e.cl.cri..w n.
Mas-". h:iS raided a Durham COW,
i Wlncil IS IIO A' CtjM VeniS ('Ul, ltui
Wfi-h 1740 pOUIids. Oil the 20 ll
Mav she brought a calf, and the own
er had the curiosity to measure her
tiai:: it was two feet in depth, two
fc t in lenpili. and ei.b teen inches in
w it! ill 1 lie call was U'.cn put imori
one side, and 30 pou
mnds cf milk tali-
en from the other side
iiiiir1. i.'i' "tiiiii 1111.. .
in-jtin.e. Afer the call had done, 2U
! pmuiils more were taken from that
'i , r i ii
1 wenty lour inyiuy lesjiec'a
be citizens ol IJeleliertou n aitet
these fact in the Northampton Demo.
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IHKLKops. I lie l l. me J'ja"ie, r,
the 15th instant, savs: "We are
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' wiinin uie lasi
ti irl r. l.dit o niii(.t fi I'fin rfi Tito fliimii
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":,s llK,'n I":"!C m reappearance oi
the crops. The corn looks icmnrka
bly ve!l, and tlie accounts we have
d ihehempand tobacco crops are
The same may be said ofthe crops
in this region. We have had several
fine rains within a few days past.
Glasgow Pilot of 20;h.
1 Friend loltis Country. A gen
tleman in one of the interior towns
of Kentucky purchased recently tn
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oook siore in i.ouisviue iwcntv noz-i
!en spelling-books, and cxpres
; determination that every chi'd in his
county should have one whether paid
for or not. He is going to the ex
pense of having piinted notices made
for meetings, and w ill visit every dis
trict himself, if needful, to aid in the
establishing of public schools in eve
ry district. The Louisville . Journal
makes the following just commenta
ry on his conduct: "We need not
ask to what sect or party he belongs
to know that he is both a Christian
and a patriot. Will not others imi
tate so rich an example?"
i e . J yronc vrangemcn.--i wo
n'lnp .unua oi mc jju irguueui, ui
present quar.ered here, lelt town on
Saturday, for Dungannon, in aid of
tbe civil power, & two more proceed
inimci mn i.iuiuiug. me men uiu
not attend church yesterday, divine
service being performed instead in
the barrack square, by the Rev. H.
The men did
iOulton. Double sentries were mount-
ed at night, wiih 6ixtV rounds of ball
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i.DIIIULbl w t uiu Ut U Will D tV 1 1 h j
o am iiui unnin
; measures here. Belfast Chronicle. I
has given rise to the adoption ofthese;nd acquaintances.
The Qven'x risi' In Ireland. Wo I
j5 '""? we-i. since tha". mu
j w ,i,'iJaniiing the positive r.s-citiot.s :
iu mi; wiii'aiv, ?nr.n;;nc?n:0'it.
to tlil? ('i)fl t r:l t v. i:i !nritT ;o:i1f
rfliciul T otherwise. l.v.A t -eit u .".i-
. uu:k.. ..r o,i.eiuise,t.i:,i teen .. r,.e
as to ,he period of ,he Q-nN vi?
to Irelan. .1. Uecao now Mate fui tli-
er thai all idea of her Maiestv's vis
it to Ireland is for the present aban
doned. Memehers of the Govern
ment have pven Assurance of this
hid to some noblemen of their party
who were desirous of making pre
paration for the reception of the
Queen in her expected tour thronsh
that portion of her dominions. Wc
need scarcely ndd that no apprehen
sion on the part of her Majesty as to
the loyal enthusiasm of the people of
Ireland to her own person has led to
this change n intention, but it must
be obvious t!iaf, under existing cir
cumstances, it might be exceedingly
inconvenient for any of her ministers
to accompany their royal mistress.
The Influenza. 0( 200 convicts
( in the penitentiary at Columbus. Ohio.
ICO were in tho hospital on the 1st
inst., sick of ti e infiuenzi.
For llie Radiral.
Mb. Editor: The following reflec
tions were elicited by attending the meet
ing of the Bowling Green Lyceum, on
Saturday last, at which there seemed to
be an inclination manifested on the part
of some, to discontinue its operations
return of cool weather allcdg-
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cason, that members w.uld b
ing as a reason
too indolent, during the continuance of
the warm season, either to insure a punc
tual attendance or to make the meetings
sufficiently interesting to attract an au
dience. Now, if members g8 there more for
the purpose of amusement than instruc
tion if they are drawn together mere
ly to satisfy an idle curiositv, or for the!
I gratification of personal vanity if the
j society can only be held together bv the
ve Pou'cr 1 sucli ingredients
jie reason above noticed is a poten1
one, and it were of small moment how
long its meetings are postponed. But
iuch, judging" from a hlight acquaintance
with the general character of the mem
bers, I apprehend is'not the cue.
And," notwithstanding the resuscita
tion of the society on Saturday last, bore
rather a stronger analogy to the spasmod-
ick convuKions of a ealvatiised cornsc. 1
,!, l.T,l.r.. I ..r
...u iu u.i. ..loiuiiiii icuiujuiauuu Ul ai
. literary totly, we have reason to pre
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; sum its c. ;j-jitio:is will be continued
rsd in.tv also inJuls-c llic liune. tht. as it
&frrjs ,.n occasional hour of innocent
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U '" " ' toim.ti oi miliu, u Wl.l
materially rondure to the l:ivlimT lir-rftl
of those w ho nK.prrilili In rurrv inf llii, '
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legitimate design of the institution, which
(js mIltlIai instruf.i()n) and afford a fine
i r.i.i c. ., 1 . c . . ,
utm iui in,.-uu, ciuiiuiiicih oi uie menial
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energies of all who participate in the dis
As it is highly necessary nay indis
pensable to the very existence of the
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tLi.i.i. .nail. oiiuuii. ,wt.i,c IIIU BUII
port of the older and more influential
cilizens, that alone, it is hoped, will be a
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siiiucieni coiiMiicruuon 10 secure meir
regular attendance. But if inquired
how it is to benefit them? I will simply
reply, by asking, whether the character
of our town does not depend, in a great
measure, upon the reputation that its
young men sustain abroad.
With reference to young and less pre
tending members, it is presumed that an '
earnest desire lor mutual culture and
social improvement, coupled with a
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l- ifl'il.li, otinl.il inn in ntt.irw nn I. (inn..
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ble rank among their fellow men, will
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be incentive enouen. to insure anromnt,
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Hiieiiuaiiue aim 1110 laiuuui uiseuaree oi
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meir resjiecuve unties, .-inu permit
me, as one of the latter class, who has
been hitherto debarred the privilege of
engaging in such exercises, to express
the earnest desire, that prominent citi
zens will be induced to make some slight
sacrifice for the encouragement and in
struction of their younger brethren.
A Jdniob Member.
Died, at his residence in Lincoln
county, on the 2nd. inst., Mr. Jimes
Downing, in the 5Gth year of his age.
The deceased led a wife and a large
family of children and connections to
mourn their irreparable loss. iut they
mourn not as those without hope. The !
Deceased connected himself with the'f.
church of Christ, at the early age of Cf- j
t :n ,..1.:!. I.a li.Al n ,rlAi-1,. tftiic '
ICC ll, in , ijii.il o uivu nu wiuviiji IHVU0
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and useful member, until his death.
mVW,3 vea respectea, n.S uea.n
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mucii retrreticu uv ma ouuiciuuB jiiBima i
Aiif. 5th, 1843.
to T.nn.rncc the
of J father. Out
Tininnrv l.-ln T: !.li":.tin..:t rflril!. tn r.li'pi
' " ,;' Hreet,
"f "'" '
,g8gPnie;, he .ar nte for the rrp,c
i i . i ....II :n
of crrrin on tl.e ba?inesi. We will re-
ceire Miles in payment of clrtt due the firm
of Campbell Si. CrHne, or J. V. Campbell
or G. U. Crnne indivirtimllv. We will pay
CH?h for bidet on or before (be first of Janu
ijrnext. people who wi;h ran liae their
hidt'f mside into leather on fhare.
J.S FOLWrLI. & G. D. CRANE
August Otb, i-ia. tf 10
OWE CENT EIIVAED.
jBTINAWAY from the uii'ler'innc.l on
Jtm Ibeltlnt. of July lat, Su,nl Thom
at, an indentured nppreittice. 1'bi to
forbid all perton from haibotin or trustin
tii in on 111T account, nt I will pay no debt
of liie contracting .
Aiiptut 5th, 14:1. :j:io.
TflllR nndersiicnrd one of the Executor
JL of the la't will and te-timent of IIr
rixin Jotir, late of I'ike county Mo, de-
cenfed, will apply to the Con nty Court of
awl county, at the next November term
thrrcof, to reien Li ExecntuMhip. Ill
bealtb impels him to tlii conre.
WIl.t.IA.M JOXKS, Kxecutrr.
Ancii'tStb, 14:i. fi40.
IX irtue and by authority of an order of
A the Pike County Court, nmde nt the
May term, ISIS, and to me directed, I
tial! on Mom1:tT the lfi'li flnr of October
ni xt, at tl.e Court Moipe ,lor in the town j
of Bowies Green, and dmins the t-rmofjl'1" Palmyra and Paris roads CO
1 the circuit Court for aid Cnnntr of lilc. I acres land with an imnaovetuent, in
, ,nr llit.nr.Mli,M atic. j ,he colln,v of Audraiii, 25 miles fv.
tinn, tlin f.dloxine School I ami-to wit:
ection rixteen ( lfi) iri township fifty two
(.rr). N . of ll . two (2) ea-t. Said . clion
will be told in lotr of forty acre. A cred
it of tr"lye month i:l l e piten,houd with
anprored pcrronal rciirity will be required
of the pirchmrr-, tearirT interot at ten
I er c r.t pcrBliiiiim fiom l;ite.
WJI. 1T.MX, Pber.lt.
AuiiKt Till , 141. tf-4o.
rIy II ' n lersigned administrator of
! ,lie cs,;lte ',! A- Hagarman.
ilrceasrii, late ct Lincoln conntv.
Mo., hereby gives notice to all cred-
itors and others interested in sanl es
tate, that he intends to nuike a final
settlement of said estate, at the next
term of the eountv court of Lincoln
county, Mo., and if Mnid claims are
not then presented, they will be for
WM. II. HAMMOCK. AdmV.
Lincoln Co , Mo., June 30, IG43.
July 0:h. 1C43. Cw36.
Admitiiff rnlor's Aotire.
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lTn'rrt' ;, I a .
- Mj;Ttt i i tii oriiaiiie-i 01 the l Irrk ol lite
County 1111 rt of Iike Conntv. Irttrn ol
i i-i..:- -t i .1....1 ..or. to
aM P""' "ideated to ,., e-t.ite a.e re.
i-ti .L to make immediate rvmeot. All
j r.rron Iiatins el iin. q7imt r$t;itf,
, arc iCUC'-d in eit.iMt lliem property u
, t-ntiriilril, ill-i.i nr.e rear from the date
rs or t:n r ninv he precluded
IVtuu haiiii liur Lenlit of .ni.l estate, nnd 11
i n.-t xluLucd nitl.iu three jenrs, tdey will
he fi rrri'r hnin-il
v.irn. u:i tf,ttf.r
M. K. ftl wnnur.Aix
OTIl'H i" hereliy K'en that t!.e i-.n
t!e:.izned litia taken out lcttertof Ail
' intni'l ration on the estate of Ilrvant Uroi n,
' it. r .
I deceased, late of Miinti;"iery conntr.
' V,..ouii. Inarimr dale tnc lOili day f
' M,r All per-on., therefore, in-
i ilehlerl to the e'tate of said deceased, are re-
qurttrd to make immedia'e pay meat ; and
all person having elainiii against ratJ estate
are requested to exhibit them properly au
thenticated, williin one year from the date
of said letter, or they may he precluded
from having any benefit of raid estate, nnd
if taid claim are not preen(ed within three
years, they will he forever harred
PHILANDER DRATEIt, Adm
May 27th. 143. .?:'.(..
Vl.L pernn concerned or in any way into
rented in the K.nlale of Meredith T. Slieo
I I. ...a a.......i I... i- p.l. ....... un ...
i imriiur iifHiiit-ii iimi uie iinucrmirnBU iiuniiriia.
I l .. . : ! . .j . I. . . i : i
tratora will make a hnnl nettleineiit of Hie ea.
tate. at iha net August term of the County
Court of aaid conniv.
; niiui.i..r .niji ll COL', r I
June 17ih, l-q:t.
ESTOTIl Kh hert-hr Clli-n In all neron
JLJ c.ncerned or in'my war intereated in
ti G "tate r Nah IIcndrix.decM. that tl.e
Hitui ibiiiiim ntiui I in ffiii'i in-ura.ru. W'll
make final nettlement of ai.l etate, at
the nel Au'ot term of lhe County Court
of Pike CDiinly.
Ll'hi: D. IIENDRIX. Adm'r.
Jnne 21, S4:i. 4w.'t4.
priii;r and Ssn.Jiner
rjl HE uuder'.rned at O'J main atieet, St.
A l.nui, baa received by late arrival,
an extciuive and tplendid assortment of
Spring and Summer Clothing,
manufactured exprerly for tho western
trade, mid mad tip under his immediate di
,Plti by a wholesale ciotir.ne llou.a in
,hB ' of Kpw York, with which he i
. . ,. . ""IP"'" ;"'r
ni tr u.iinnj nrj.i m n i:iu(iiini( or iiirniftning
, tore, and a lhee pootti were bought low
for ca-tl itilrif.F lllB winter, he therf.riiri ran J
j onf rnr7eTl nt lower prices than anr other
!.. '... c. r.... . ..
overs are invtleil to ell. .timin.
Jodre for themselves. M
i,n rn, ih.n.ir iin. M nnmvv
St. Louis, Jane 23ih, !S43.r.2 Miio
trtet. tf 34 .
WANTED, ot this Office, a steady, in-
1 iltivtrimifl Imv aa -r. nnnVAntiltft In 1 Vi
: I - c. . vi-wT
business of a Printer. flNune other
. i !.. i l. ;tl
need spp!y than such as will not
he, but Sell the truth at all tune. ,
1"P aloof from the Grocery, (grog shop
we mean,) and attend promptly to Ids
business in the office.
Radical Office, July, 29, 1843.
rjlIIE subscriber asapent orowner,
has for sr.Ie the following; lands
&.e. viz: one acre ground with house
nnd oiher improvements thereon, in
the town of Bowling Green, beine
the fi. riner residence of ti e late Lew
is Kocers, Esqr. Improvements are a
comfortable dwelling house with two
rooms besides kitchen, convenient
out houses, stables &c garden and
yard well enclosed, and set with a va
riety of climes bearim.; fruit and shade
tree, well Sic. This place is very
pleasantly situated, and will mak a
desirable residence for a small family,
and can be obtained low for cash.
Also stone house on the south side cf
the public Fqunre in Bowling Green
wiih two town lots connected with it
of CO by 1 20 feet each. Frame house
on south side of public square in Bow
lins Green, now occuniedas the Radi
cal Printing Office with one lot to
four, connected, as may suit the pur
chaser. C40 acres unimproved lancT,
3 to 4 miles N. Westerly of Bowline
Green TO acres unimproved br-d
lour miles north west of Bowling
creep, prairie and timber, between
W. of Howling Green 196 acre?
land with improvements. 21 mile:,
north r.f Howling Green 2f!0 acre?
land, adjoining and near to Bowline
Green, in two different tracts. AO
acres improved aIo a number of
building lots in Bowling Green, ?ome
vacant, and other improved.
LEVI PETTI B0XE.
July 23t!i.lC43. tf SS-
"jV'OTlOF. ia hereby riven, that ther--1
(feriiriied hn! obtained fiom the Ce:
of the Comity Court of Pike county, SIo.
lettrrt of Te'tament'.ry, npon the Ertafe of
Jo-eph P. Ford deceased, bearing data
'47th day J"'y A. D. It43. All per. : s
hiviu claim acaintt raid etate, civ re
i.eted to enhibit them in one year rT"
tlie date ol" raid tetter for allownnc. r
they mn, be preclnde'l from any trier-It nC
raid estate; and if tuch claiint Rrc ivt ri'
ented within three yeaM from the date o.'
aiit li'tler". they will be foreter barred.
CEO: CAMPBELL, Exec: to-.
July 2!it!., 1S43- St:
SMITH S. ALLT.M
ATTORXKY AT . A Tir,
nOH LlXG GREEY, MO.
ITJII.T. practice Law, in the court' of
r Hal'a, Pike, Lincoln, Mont;oi:e- r
and Audrain countie.; and will cate;''.-,-and
promptly attend to all burners et .
tru-ted to hi' caro. A rhare of th'J patrcp
ace of a liberal public ." therefore reipe:
fully eciicitrd. Hit charge! will be :': :
to the tiirtf'.
Hon. Jrd.n Jameion,
Jo!:n II. Stone. I
!TATK t'K MISSOCKI, 1
Count f of Pike.
In the Pike Cjrcait Comt, June ferre, lii
Nicl.olaT. Damrnn, A lni'r of Lit "J
tleparje I).imron, Complainant. Bil. :r.
rt. .Ch -i
William R rmon and Edvrard ce r
Thom, D fecdant. J
rt.r the a.d defandaot, Edwsrd T1k.--a.
are hereby not:fieil. that the f.:i
enmplainnnt by Carty Well,, hit solic-i'o-.
filr hi hill accompanied by his afl la.if.
that you urea non reridentof thi .tate, !c
cnii'ejnn lo produce tno notein ?oor
'eiin, jivrn by the saM William FJa.Ti-'r;.
to the raid Littlepa-e Daruron, deica.tj;
in lm life time, both amounting at the
of their execution to two hnndred t f.fiv
li.lliira principal, thereupon it is or.'-r.-i
by the Court that von the raid Fdi-:
Thomas be, and. appear before nil V-.nrt.
on the fir"t day of the neit term ttcreu ", t
he bcrjun and held at the Court Homo jr.
Bowling G-een, in mid county of Pile. or.
thelhinl Mi.ndayof October next, a. ! an
rr raid Bill, or the ame will be ta'i. :.
cnfce.l, and the prayer thereof : n-Vci
acenrdinirly ; nnd it 11 further ordered ti nt
copy of I hi o'der be published in some roir
paper n thi, State, fur eight weels .v.cc-
sirely, the lat insertion to be at least ' :nr
weeks bet'.. re the commencement of lb t t' -
term of this Court, to which said rau!-c
STATE OF MISSOURI1. ) ,
Ci.uity of Pike, v-'
I, Simeon P. Robinon Clerk of t.; ( r
cirit Court for raid county, eeilify that .ie
torcrom" H a true copy of lhe order.
S- - . in testimony whereof I, !.ere.o ;-t
Seal ( my haod nnd affit the seal of
Court, at Office in Howling Gre-;,
in mid cnutv, this the 6th da i :
Jatr, A. D. 1-4:1.
K. P. ROBINSON, Clerk.
July 22nd. 1P43. Pw3
4 LL those knowing themelres im'-'hrM
t A to me, woulil do well te call and at:'.'-!.
either by cash or nnt otherwise thr'.
counlswill be placed in the hands oft-,
JAS. S. FOLV r;:
J.meTt'li IS43. :tl '
Will be taker
' In pnj-ment of suhscription, Cr
. , T-k r- ' '
,Jats, ! lour, flutter, Dried i ruit, Tilio'.v
'p. - .ti.. .i j.
Radical Office, Dec. 24, 1S42.
wit's ncaincjjjUf tnu vc.