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PKOSPECTLS FOR ITBI.ISHING
Held iu Lexington, Ky., between
Rev. Alixindkb CAureiLL, of Bethany, Va.
And Rev. N. L. Rice, of Paris, Ky.
On the Following Propositions, lit:
1. The immersion in water of a proper sub
ject, into the came of the Father, the Son
and the Holy Spirit, is the only Apostolic
or Christian Baptism. Mr. Campbell af
firms. Mr. Rice denies.
2. The infant of a believing parent i a
Scriptural subject of Baptism . Mr. Rice
affirms and Mr. Campbell denies.
S. Christian Baptism is for the remission of
past sins. Mr. Campbell a:ms Mr.
Rice denies .
4. Baptism is to be administered only by a
Bishop or ordnined Pro.byter. Mr. Rice
affirms. Mr. Campbell denies.
5. In Converiun and Snnctification, the
Spirit of God operates oa persons only
through the Word of Truth. Mr. Camp
bell affirms. Mr. Rice tlri.ics.
6. Human Creeds as bonds of Cr.ton and
Communion, are necessarily heretical and
schiometical. Mr. Cacipbell era tun. Mr.
Reported by competent Sleno;iaphers,and
to be approved and nuther.iicatcd by (he
Debatantt, published in out Svo. volume,
containing from 7 to ";00 pases, nenll y exe
cuted on good paper, and well hound in cloth
or mnslio Tbe above work til! be publish
ed as earl; as practicable, at $2 per copy.
Astbo publishers have purchased the eepy
right, the work can be procured only thro1
Any person beoomin; responsible for ten
copies, shall be entitled to on additional
Recommendations We cheerfully re
cammend the above work.
II Chy. 1
J. Speed Smith, Moderators.
. Geo. Robertson J
We (ministers of the same church with
Mr. Campbell) cheerfully recommend tbe
L. L. Pinkerton
B. F. Hall
D. S. Burnett
J. T. Johnson
J. E. Shepard.
Ws (ministers of the same church with
Mr, Rice) cheerfully racorumend tbe work.
James K. Furcli
Jacr.b F. Price
N. II. Hnll
Joo. F. Coons
Wm. D. Jones
D. S. Todd
Joo. (I. Brown
J. D. Matthews
J. G. Simrall
R. C. Grundy
W. Y. Allen
We (ministers of the methodist Episcopal
churoh) cheerfully recommend the above
H. B. flasconi B. H. McCawo
W. II. Anderson R. T. P. Allen
J. L. Kemp Thns. Lvach.
A. T. SKILLMAN '$ SON.
Deo. 143. Lexington, Ky.
STATE OF MISSOURI, ? cv.
County of Pike. , M
In the County Ccui f, C January 1 841.
ORDERED by the Court that all
persons indebted to the Road &.
Canal ibnd of said County be notified
that unless all interest due cn their
several bonds to said fund, be paid on
or before the first day of April next,
uit will be instituted for the recove
ry of both principal and interest with
out delay, and further ordered that a
copy hereof be inserted in the "Rnd
'cal" for sis weeks.
A true copy of the Record.
A. II. BUCKXER, Clerk.
Jan. IS'h. If! 14. 6wl0.
Fine Lands for Sale.
npHE subscriber offers for sole, in
the counties of Ralls 8i Lewis,
1950 acres of fine farming Land, most
of it prairie ind a part wood land, a
part of this Land, in Lsxch county, is
on th road between Motsticello and
Tully, adjoining the "Ousley farm."
That in Halls, is near the Marion line
within a few miies of Puimyra. It i
well watered, and in every respect,
e'eairablo Land, either fir Tobacco.
Hemp, or Wheat. It will be sold
low, and divided to suit purchasers.
Title perfect. Particulars mtdeknown
on application to the subscriber in
St. Louis. GEO. K. BUDD,
41, Water Street.
St. Louis, Nov. 3d, 1843. 2
THE Planters' Tobacco lo.pection Ware
bouse ii now carried oa by the subscri
bers, who are prepared ta despatch busi
ness without delay . They take this oppor
tunity of informing their numeroiM friends
of the necessity of having their timber well
seasoned before their hocsheads are set up,
ns much good tobacco is injured from bar
ing the hogshead made of green and unsea
Tba lUe law says that the length of
stare sh.ill be 54 luetics, the hothead 40
inches across the head, shall hare (i hoops,
od Contain not less than 800 lbs. tobacco.
WOOLKOLK &. FIFE,
nor 2 Inspectors.
Tbe Missourian, Era and Reporter copy
3 months weekly; Palmyra Whip, Jefferson
Inquirer, Boourille Observer, Fai elle Time",
Glasgow Pilot, Liberty Tanner, Pintle Ka
gle, Western Mis.ourian, Lexington Ki press,
Hannibal Journal, Paris Sentinel, St. Charles
Adrertiser, Bowling Croea Radical and Co
Mmbis Statesman will each insert tbe shore
to amount of $'' and charge this ofticn.
A Fair Warniiiff.
ALL those indebted to Pai kor Dud
ley, are informed that Bonds and
Notes due him, by persons in this
county, are now in my hands, and
that unless payment be made by the
20th of next month, suits, according
to instruction, will be instituted in
every case. S. P. ROIJINSON.
January I7th, 1814. 3wl9.
CHEAT NATXOWAZ. TWOBK.
TAPPAN fc DENNET,
No. 144, Washington atreet, Boston,
proposes to publish by subscrip
tion, in 14 mon'hly numbers,
at the low price of 25
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BT J A RED SPARKS,
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ty and fifty pages, and to be embel
ished with the following fine steel .od
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by Peale. 3. Portrait of Mrs Wash
ington at 40, by Wollasum. 3. View
of Mt. Vernon. 4. Battle if Br ad
doc k's defeat. 5. Head qtiartt-rs a'
Cambridge. 6. Plan 1 Boston and
environs. 7. Head Quarters at Mcr
tistown. 8. Head Quarters :it N'-w-burg.
9. Plan of farms at Mt. Ver
non. 10. B.iitle of the Br.indy wine.
1 1. Portrait f Washington by Smart
12. Encampment at Vn!U F.-r:n.
13. Buttle of Germantown. 14 F;i
imile of Washin'rii's h:n ! vcm;..
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origin;! paintings. Tne ji'n s. -k
ches and other enravirg.. have beer,
compiled from the test dr iv irti.s. ;s
well French end English An eri
can. Special aid was eieiiveti uoin
a series of manuscriot rirawinjs in the
)ossession of Gen. Lafayette, which
are executed with scientific accuracy
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thor, the abundant nivalis which he
possessed, viz: Mora than two hun
dred foli volumes of the nriifina'
manuscript purchased by Cungres.
ten years researches in the public of
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and ad the States which f.umed the
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as well as the access be hss gained
to valuable papers in differ nt pan
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ry, Hon. Ktward Lveret', Charles
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Job Work j
Y virtue of a deed of trust made
by Charles A. Warfield & wife,
to the undersigned, dated October
24th 1839. and recorded in the Re
corders office in Ralls county, to se
cure Iannis A. Renoist in the sum of
1,115 50 100 dollars and interest on
the some at 10 per rnt., since Julv
4th. 1839, and under a decree of
jibe Balls Circuit Coutt ii tinu as a
court t ch:iti'''TV, mar's1 at it- Oi'to
Iber term 1843. I id s II at public
auction for r- i-ii i:i li.ir.d. t!.- I llou-
ing described birnl Serti'in 25 T. 53
R;inie7 SVest, I ym! in Ral's couni.
on ihe 1st day of April. 1844. oefore
the court house d-or in the town of
ew London, insriid county.
JOHN' DAVIS. Trustee.
J-n. 1844. llwll.
'OTIt'K is linihi -ivin. Ihnt the un
i rfer-itneil ti ihtiiict from the Cleik
of llif ('ohtity tuurt of Lincoln Co., Mo.,
lM'r. nt lV-tnni-nl' rv, -i. 'fn llif rtttl
V ir.i..il.-i- HVH. ('. ct -'!. t't-mini ilnli"
1 4th rt. Y li A . I) Ml ,.. r
il ilf yritr trrni,
fur !!" iHf . of
livif- i .mil
!l . j n-ii Ur i-if Imli'il iWiiii may I i'n-fit nt
-oil -irr; mi'l J ur h i Imiiis rr imt pr--'t-iiril
Aith;n tlirr-e rran fimn th ilnl n'
sir! letlnrs, tlirv vil!'e forever herred.
N fi WEI.!.'., ExT.
Frbnurj 17lh. 3wl5.
STATE OK MISSOURI, I ?s
County of Pike. J " '
In theConuty Court, Kcbrusry Term 14'1
T if onlered by the Court tli.it the fultcw
flii ins be observed n tbenrdfr of traioart
iiiir. hu.incs in thi Court t every ti-rrn, xit:
Mavnus iiil Ti'isini i, nf -n h trrni tn
n devoti-rl t t'uiiriiv b'l.iiies., inrlniliri:'
Roiiil.. lirvriiur, Umol ( iunl ("iiikI. coi.t j
nil t-ltrliotltp rh-ol fullil. rlintii ne.Hilt
the rorntr, rHUPT, ro:iwty off.rr A.C
VKlK.'nJTl, to I!l."wll'' nf iffamtiil
eauot e-'iit-. nut l viiij; nioi iiu linii il rt
t!pineir 'f'iii.'ni'ni n hmi r'inii)n. In hii
M.I.I .etl ;i'ii.nt- of '!n.i.i-tf:il''.r, I'si-cn
t.r. nH toMtninn., in tin' or't-r ui' tin- rlo k-r-t
k.-pt hv I'ItU; Mtl.-.v.-inp ilr-inuinl.
enin-t etatr. ;.'ttIH on ti,r m- dny bv
Ailruini-trm(;r a (:l Exenitor". and any nlh
er hiin'neoin relation toll: e-tHtrs in" de
ceased perenn snd niinoi. ; and Satirdatb
to find settlements and bii'ines relatine
A true copy fioni the rrrord .
TeMe. A. II. Bl'CKNER. Clerk.
Pr-rS. W. DtczNER. D.C
Murch 11th, l-'4tt. l'J If
j l'l'W 'I.'
I.eo-lu tiw n Hmt ibe iin
tins t.'lkfl. 'i-IM T'of Ad-
iniiii"tr-tinri mi the i-tr Ki-lr Hut
l., tliri-iiril. In:- of Vile I'oiuify,
M'.ot!fi, hi'itrit. i'.ift- sr. i (Jin. ilT of"
Nrv. I- i"- All (! .n.. tlii-o-l-'M . in
d( htil ti tl:- f .I r('ll tlr-.'l-u! d, -To- ft-
rjili-.'i'rj to nrtLf iii'?i.i-d;;oe t i ini nl ; idtd
!1 tii'r.--n lnvit j 'i:ii.T.. (r.ii:il -ni-l (.Tutu
an rrqtipted to i-KMhil I h. :rj f-n(lT!y U-rliHiitifttti-tl,
witiiiu our y ar ffi'tu the date
of said letter, or they w;iy be pr-.-cltidrd
from hHintr nny benefit of mid e t8let had
if said clitim r not ireen!i il witiin three
yesr.,tfii-y will lie too wr brint d
HEVrtV I.YT! K. Adm'r
Nov Illh.l-IM :''.
jV'OTK.'l-j is heivhv given, that t'.e
- undiTiinned l.:i ii1 l.-iined f t tSe
CerJi of tin- C 'oi'tv ('.nut ti
( i;i-t . lei if. .- r i i
iiu- .-t i- of I ::. ' .
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te !MN 'I. Oflt.
ej .iri! ti-ii.l
ri- :' 1. li .n i .1 i ';'
ions in !.-!.: d to
(j'l'ti'd riiiln i,i fi edi.i
A l p-rioriS h:ivtri.' c!
esinie. fire reipietcd to fxlu'-it tt i-m
piopeily authentic.iiK'd, wi'hin one
tcsriroin dm d it.- n( siid letter or
ih-y uiny h'- pre::!m!cd t:oni huvinsi
any hcr.elii of -.-ii ( rsiate. srid il not
c-xl.ihi'cd hitfiiri three year", thev
w ;ll I e lore vcr h in ).
M)UI-:V .). UAVIS.A hi.'r.
V. '. I. 1P41. 3w 13.
STATE OF MISSOURI, ) ss
County of Lincoln. ij '
In the Lincoln Circuit Court, November
Among the records and proceedings of
said Court, made on the sixth day of
Rjid term, is the following, to wit:
Loui;a Hagood, by her next") Hill in
friend Richard Estis Comp't. I Chancery
vt. f for
Jawet A. Hagood, Deft. J Divorce.
tN motion of the complainant by her therstale of William Shellhorse dec's)
, olicitor it is ordered by the Court .latodOct. IGlh, 1843; all persons in
that the said defendant, Jamet A. Ha- iebted to said esta-e, are .eoues!,-d
good.be notified by a publication of this to M!:1,.e i,lm!P,)l;l;,. ,,-.,. , er.
order in some newspaper printed in tint i i ' - - , '
r.., A ' ..' .,.! s' ns having, -hums against smd cstaf.
wus tut vicii -V J Blil.l.-rilVCIV. II1C
last insertion to be at least four week,
h-fiirP tU nevt t.rm of .hi. P.,..r, .1..!
taid complainant has filed in ibis court, ,r,"n ltl" na'" "f !,a"1 "-'"em or they
her bill of complaint against him praying 'o-'' I e precluded from having any
for a divorce from the bonds of marimo- ,,r,;,"t "f sa" estate, and if not ex
ny by her contracted with said defend- bibited within three years, tl ey will
ant. Therefore the said James A. Ha- be forever barred,
good, is required toappear in thit court,' JOEL GUIFFTII, Adm'r.
on the first day of the next term, to be Nov. 25'h. 1R13. 3w4.
begun and held at the court home in the ! s s I) IMt
town ofTroy.inand for said county of; ntl'-,, 1' -n' I
Lincoln, on the firat Monday in Mav ' sUllUVlin? ill 7ltuJ,
next, and answer said petition of the
complainant or the same will be taken for
confessed against him. And this cause
I, Francis Parker, Clerk of the said
Court, do cirtify that the foregoing
order it truly copied from the re-'
cord in my olfice. i
f -- ) Given under my hand and seal
i Seal. of office, nt olHi-e, this 28th day
nf Wunmli.. lUft J
FRANCIS PARKER, Clerk,
rer Hesbt Pabj;b, D. C.
. ....... ii.. i, i . .j
The IVew illirror.
Editkd bt GEORGE P. MORRIS
ILLUSTRATED BT J. G. ClUPMAN
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IN the course of a few weeks, the
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his owa account, the publication of a
new series of the New York Mirror,
in the octiro form, on an entirely
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!he iedu.:rd price ol 3 per annum,
or 6 rents lor a tingle copy.
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. i . .
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ol our corps of correspondents
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iroui several ol the popidnr autnors
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:ind withsurh able b liou -laborers in
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es of society srd manners, sentiment,
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iiterature suited t" tin taste and de
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proving. It will seek to gratify eve
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eiirh of four hundred and sixteen
paces, filled with gems of literature
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The very low price at which it will
fie issued, renders it the cheapest pe
nodical in this or any other country.
roriiderin tin cost nnd bentitv of its
FIFTY-TWO ENGRAVING'S, and
In- inti ;nic value of iisletemry con
ents. Tlioso desirous of receiving
le-i'iper from its commenceuient.
wi I h:ive it nit'C'ti.iliy sent to their
r t'die" np'-ri f -Mvar lintr to the nn-
c i ne ). ai o. 4 Ann street. New
!fs iree o expense.
Letters en do ir.!.' the amount of
u'tiscii.li.in. may be fi.nnke.! hv all
.i siin;ister.--. Agentn. carriers, and
ro vs-r.fi, will he supplied on the usu
03-The evisb system w ill be rigid
ly adheied to without any deviation
Such 1C litois as copy the above,
will oblige- me hv forwiirdint; a mark
ed p i)-er :itid by resuming the ex
r' r.nec. hir-ii was iti'errup'ed, mtirh
' toy "."". dv i-ii ciin'.-oires over
hi h I ti:'d no t-i ti i .
:ni :i; i moihjis,
Iv'it r &. 1'iojji let-r, No. 4 Ann St.,
riar Mroisdwav, N. York.
VOTICE i hereby tiven, that the
-1-' undersigned has obtained of the
CU-rk of the county court of Pike
unit v, lei'ers nf Administration on
I . It' I
'l-'ted to exhibit them proper
".thenticated, within -lie year
HAVING located in Warrenton, (Mo.,) '
otlera his professioual services to the j
citizens nt WarrenConnty. He will al
to attend the Circuit Courts of Mont
go roe ry, Pike, and Lincoln Counties.
n. unr mri nt in
Bq ' 'eeeiptini; fr hiiles at
'"" "'"' iv
"'e firm .if Cam
r.on. n'ehtfil to me or to
atimhell ("rune, will obliL'e
lie quite ns ii. nrh by payment in hides as
in rah to the same mr nt. Debt, due to
J. W. Campbell, can be paid the same way .
GEORGE W. BUCKNER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BOIVLVYQ GREEN, MO.
attend to any business entrusted
W to his cara in the Circuit Courts of
Kails, Pike, Montgomery and Lincoln coun
Mar-h 9th, 1644. 19 tf.
Sale of School Lands.
N virtue of an order ,of the Pike
County court, made at the Febru-
arv lerm 1 844, 1 shall, on Wednes
day the 10th day of April next, at
the Court house door in th town of
Howling Green, and during the term
of the Circuit Court for said county
of Pike, proceed to sell to tie highest
bidder at auction, the following
School Lands, to wit: that part of
the 1 6th section in 1 ownship fifty-five
North of Range three west remaining
unsold. Said land will be sold in lots
of forty acres, a credit of twelve
months will be given, bond with ap
proved personal security will be re
rpiired of the purchasers, bearing in
terest at the rate of ten percent, per
annum from date.
Wm. PENIX, Sheriff-.
Feb. 10th, 1844. 6w 14.
VfVriCE is hereby given, that the
underigneJ has obtained of the
Clerk of the County Court of Lin
coln County, letters of Adminis
tration n the estate of Tandy Gillum,
dee'd., dated Feb. 12th, 1 G44, all per
sons indebted to said estate, are re
quested to make irnmediat-? payment.
All persons having claims against said
estate, are requested to exhibit them
properly authenticated, within one
year from ihe date of said letters or
thov may be nrecluded from having
any benefit of raid ostate, and if not
exhibited within three years, they will
be forever barred.
GRANVILLE GILLUM. Adm'r.
Feb. 37th. 1644. 3wl5.
County of Tike . '
P. ie Circuit t'nurf, October Term, 154.
John Pilluieyer, )
va. Hill for I'iiorcc .
Rebecca iiiiloiryer. J
YOt'thesHi;! defrmlant, nrc l.erehy no
tified that the sai l coinnliiinant, hy
A. IJ. Uiickner his Jol.'citor, files !ii b'.ll,
accompanied with 1-i. atfiilavit, that you are
non reiik-nt of this :;tntr, prnyin the
Court to srai.t him n iler ri-e dissolving the
buiiil. nf m i tr. runny he etof.xp renlrncied
and entered into with you the said defend
ant, Whereupon it is entered by the court
that yini tlie uid Itehecca Ililluiryrr. he,
and appear, before said com!, on the first
day ol the iiet term thereof, to be begun
and held at the Court ll..ioe in Kostii.ie
tlreen, within nnd for raid rouilty cf Pike,
mi Ihe second Monday of April next, nnd
answer said bill er the nm; will be taken
a coiifi'.'ej, nnd the prayer thereof (riant
ed iiccorJin-.-lv. toil it is further ordered
' br thf court, that a reov of this order be
pol)hlieil in fo.ne newspnper III this State
for e,;ht week.. ucccs.-ivelv. the ia.t i.er
tiiui to be nt least four week, before the
commencement of the next term of this
court, to which time snid caii'o " continu
STATE OF MISSOCKI, ) .
County !.r Pike. ci'
! Simeon !'. Kobin'on, Cleik of the Cir
cuit t'oiirt f.ir'ai.l county, certify that the
fnrerniii!; i. a true copy nf the order.
C in testin-onv whereof. ! hereto e
1 t "' B,'",, "-eseal of said
' J rnurt, atorTicein F.owlihf (.reen,
in snid riniiitv, tin", the U'-th of November,
A. I. l-i:t.
S. P. KOBIXSOX, Clerk.
December Mid, 1"4-1. t?wo.
THE PIKE t'lKCf IT COURT,
October lerm, 1343.
Aiariah S. Petit,
rs. r rtill for
Julia Ann Petit, alias ? Dirorce.
Julia Ann I.nndan. )
7"OL: the said defendant are hereby noti
fied, that the said complainant hr A.
II. llm-kner his solicitor, files his bill ac
companied with his iilfniavit. that rou are
a niin-renilent of this Mute. rm ine Ihe
Court to L-rant hiui n decree ilisiol vinir the
bomU of matrimony heretoforo coutractr d
and entered into with you the said defend-
ant Whereupon it i.ordere.l hy tl.eC.urt,
that you the said Julia Ann Petit, alias Juli
Ami l.andoii, be and appear before suid
Court on the first day of the neat term there
of to be hulls nnd held at the Court Houe
in Bowling ; recti, within ami for said Coun
ty of Pike on the "econd Monday of April
neit, and nnswer said bill, or the same will
he tiiken at confessed, nnd the prayer there,
of granted accordiui;!, ; and it i further
rdeied by the t'ourt that a copy of this or
der he published in some newspaper in this
, . - 1 A 1 .
-Mate lor e,Kht week, Miccess.vely the
"'-tion to be at least four week, befo,
coiaiuenceinent of the next term of this
Court, to which time this cause is continu
ed. STATE OF MlSSOl'Itr,
Count v of Pike.
I, Simeon P. Kobinson, Clerlt of the Cir
cuit Court for saiil county, certify that the
foregoing is n true copy of the order.
- . In testimony wher-of I, hereto set
Seal ? oiy hand nnd affix Hie seal of said
v ' fonit, at Office in Rowling Green,
in said county, this the Sth day of
December. A. 1. l4..
S. P. KOBINSON Clerk.
N'nr. gnd. AX 8w5.
THOSE who know themselves to ba in
debted to the under-ijened either by
note or book account, will please take notice
that I must have money. And unless they
come forward and make immediate pay
ment, I shall be compelled to place their
notes nnd accounts in the hands of an officer
for collection. Tho receipts of Folwell &
Ciune for hides will be received ns cash.
JAS. V, CAMPBELL.
Nor. 17th, 1843. 6w3.
ii. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge,
A Sure Remedy for Worms.
BA. FAHNESTOCK'S Vermi-
fuge, a Perfectly Safe and Cer
ain Cure for Worms. Certificates
of its efficacy can be seen at the
store of the subscriber sufficient to
satisfy the rrost incredulous. We of
fer the following as a proof of its efj
Carrolton, Green Co., Ill,,)
October 10th, 1843.
THIS is to certify that I have been
selling B. A. Fahnestock'&; Co.
ermiftge, for the last three years.
and in some cases, witnessed the ope
ration ot the same, and irom what 1
know of my own knowledge, and
that which has been told me by oth
ers, I take pleasure in saying that I
have never seen, nor heard, of any
Medicine that has given so universal
satisfaction in this community, and
furthermore, if it was necessary, 1
could procure fifty certificates of its
efficacy and success in expelling
JAS. F. SIMPSON, Druggist.
Mr. Wm. W. IIolmks, Agent.
U. A. Fahnestoc t Co.
At this season of the year, bowtf
complaints are always very trouble
some and frequently dangerous: ere
ry family should therefore, be provi
ded with a box of these Lozenges,
which will allay th inoibid irritabili
ty of the bowels, restore the checked
perspiration, stop the debilitating dis
charges, and in a short time cure the
most inveterate case of diarrhoee,
chronic dysentery, or habitual loose
ness. They are very pleasant to the
taste, nnd are sold at tiie low price of
23 cents a box.
IJ. A. Fahnestock's Anti-Billious
Pills, a gentle but efficient cathartic,
espressly adapted for a fnmily phys
ic; and are not surpassed by any oth
er pill in use, for all cases in which a
call-artic is indicated. They will
operate thoroughly without griping.
Pi ice 25 cents, for a box containing
Pneumonic, or Cough Oals.im, a
valuable remedy for Coughs Si, Colds.
Pi ice 25c. Coii"h Lozenges. These
Lozenges possess all the virtues of
the best I ough Syrups, are conven
lent to carry in the pocket and are
very pleasant to the taste. Price 25
l.iijtiid Opodeldoc. This penetra
ting article possesses double the
strength of the common Opodeldoc, is
more cleanly and much more conven
iently applied. Price 25 cts.
IJ. A. Fahnestoch & Co's Eye Wa
ter; for the cure of weak or inflamed
eyes. Pice 25 cts.
Prepared by 0. A. Fahnestock &
Co., Coiner Cth Sc W ood Streets,
July 22. Pittsburgh.
CO The above Medic ins. forj sala
by II. li. Edwards, P. M., Bowling
(reen. and by Andrew Cochron, Au
November 4th, 1843. IV 1
Planters' Tobacco Warehouse.
rMlE subscribers having been a p
pointed by the County Court of
St. Louis County Inspectors of Tobac-
CO at the Planters'
now prepared to inspect and review
j wiih despatch a'l tobaCCO sent tO the
! .ll)OVC j0iwe an j , ,,v ft strjct and
faithful discharge of their duties, to
merit a continuance of the patronage
of the planters. The addition, to
gether with the former house, is ca
pable of storing at least 5,000 hhds.,
and its central locality will at all times
insure to the planters the attendance
of buyers on day of sale. To those
w ho come by wagons there is a large
wagon yard convenient and free of
Tobacco will be received at this
warehouse on storage, and when not
inspected, fifty cents per hogshead
only, will bq charge!! for sixty days
or less. Z. T. WOOLFOLK,
KOB'T B. FIFE,
St. Louis Jan. 10th, 1844.
IvyOTIOK is hereby given that the onder
JbVl signed has taken out letter! of Testa
mentary, on the estate of John Maxwell, SeO.
dee'd, from the Clerk of County Court
Pike county, bearing date the 1st of Dee.,
A. D. 1843; all persona, therefore who
have any claims atrainst the estate of said
deceased are required to exiiibit the same
duly authenticated for allowance, withiaone
year from the date of said letter, or they
may be precluded from having any benefit
of said estate, and if such claims are at
presented within three years they will
December 2d, 1P43 S"6-