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A- T. SKILLMAN Sr SO.V.
Dec. 1843. Lexington, Ky.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County of Pike. J
In the Countv Comt, C January 1844
ORDERED bv the Court that all
tio I?n!i je-
Canal fund of said County be notified
that unless all interest due on their
several bonds to said fund, be paid on
or before the '.first day of April next,
suit 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 "Rad
ical" for six weeks.
A true copy of the Recotd.
A. II. BUCKNER, Clerk.
Jan. 13th, 1844. 6wl0-
FisieLnnds for Sale.
THE subscriber offers for sale, in
the counties of Ralls & Lewis,
1950 acres of fine farming Land, most
of it prairie and a part wood land, a
part of this Land, in Iswis county, is
on th road between Monticello and
Tully, adjoining the "Ousley farm."
That in Rails, is near the Marion line
within a few miles of Falmyra. It is
well watered, and in every respect,
desirable Land, either for Tobacco,
Hemp, or Wheat. It will be sold
low, and divided to suit purchasers.
Title perfect. Particulars made known
on application to the subscriber in
St. Louis. GEO. K. BUDD,
44, VWer Street.
St. Louis, Nov. 3d, 1 843. 3
fflHE Planters' Tobacco Inspection Ware
JL house is now carried on by the subscri-1
bers, who are prepared to despatch busi
ness without delay . They take this oppor
tunity of informing their numerous friends
of the necessity of having their timber well
easoned before their hoetheads are set up,
as much good tobacco is injured from hav
ing the hogshead made of green and unsea
Toe late law says that the length of
stave shall be 54 inches, the hogshead 40
inches across the bead, shall have 6 hoops,
and contain not less than 800 lbs. tobacco.
WOOLFOLK & FIFE,
nov 2 Inspectors.
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r II HIS celebrated
J- race horse will
atand this season at
the stable of W. M.
Walker, at Walkersville, on tbe road lead-
iog from Louisiana to Troy. For further
particnlara see handbills indue time.
WM. PEN IX.
Mareh Ifitb. 144. tf 19.
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GEORGE W. BUCKHER,
AT TO IS X C Y AT I A W,
BOIVLLVG GREE.X, MO.
WILL attend to any business entrusted
to his cure in the Circuit Courts of
Ralls, Pike, Montgomery and Lincoln coun
ties. Marh 0th. 144. 19 tf.
Y virtue of a deed of trust made
bv Charles A. Warfield & wife,
to the undersigned, dated October
24th 1839. and recorded in the Re
corders oflice in Units county, to se
cure Louis A. Henoist in the sum of
1,1 15 50 100 dollars and inteiest on
the same at 10 per cent., since July
4th, 1839, and under a decree of
the Ralls Circuit Court sitting as a
nnurt nt rlinncrrv. mace at its Octo
ber term 1843, 1 will sell at public
auction for cash in hand, the follow
ing described land Section 25 T. 53
Range 7 West, lying in Ralls county,
on the 1st day of April, 1844, before
the court house door in the town ol
New London, in said countv.
JOHN DAVIS, Trustee.
Jan. 20th. 1844. llwll.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the nn-rler-icned
hasobtained fiom the Clerk
of the County Court of Lincoln Co., Mo.,
letters of Tetarucnt-.ry, upon the Estate ol
Nicholas Wells deceased, bearing date the
14th day Feb. A. D. 144. All persons
havinr claims against said estate, are re
quested to exhibit them in one year from
the date of laid letters for allowance, or
thry may be preclndrd from any r ene6t of
said estate; and if such claims are not pte
entcd within three years from the data of
aid letters, they will he forever barred.
X U. WELLS E-r.
February 17th, 1-41. 3wI3.
STATE OF MISSOURI, ss
t'ounty of Pike. '
I . . l - . V.. I - T
in 111.' (llllliy , (Mill, t i-iimmj ic-rui I -i-i
r is ordered hv the Conrt that the follow-
inghe observed as the order of transact
ing business in this Court at every term, vix
Mondays ml Tiedimis, of each term to
fte devoted to ("nunty bu.incfs, including
Roads, lirvenue. Road & Canal Fund, cont)
and town.htp srhool funds, clninis against
the county, paupers, county offices A.C.
WcnNFEDAYB to allnwnnre of demands a
cain't e'tutes not having had an atxiunl set
tlement. TiiuasDAVn and Fridays, to an
nus.! settlements of Adiiiini.tralors, Ejecti
tors ami (omrdinns, in the order of the dock
et kept by the Clerk ; In allowing demand.
sHict e'tHtc, settlerl on the same day by
Administrators and Executors, and any oth
er business in relntion to the etntes of lie
cea'erl persons and minors; and Sati'udats
to nd settlements and butincss relating
A true copv from the record .
Teste. A.'ll. BUCKNER. Clerk.
TerS. W. HecNE. I). C
Mnrrh 11th, 1-4:1. 19 tf.
JM"OTICf: i hereby given that the un
sVri der.iirned has taken out letter of Ad-
nmii'liatiun on the estate of Peter Unt
ied, deceased, late of Pike County,
.Missouri, bearing date trie Ol h day of
Ncv. 14H. All pernn, therefore, in
df-bted tothe et.ite of said deceased, are re
quested to m;ilte immediate payment ; mid
all persons having claim again. t .aid estate
arc reigiipited to exhibit them properly au
thenlirated, within one year from the date
of said letter", or they may be precluded
from bavin; nny benefit of said estate, and
if said claims air not presented within three
years, thev will be roreer barreil
HENRY LVTER, A.lmV
Nov 11th. J :iw2.
A (I mini st ra tor's Notice.
jVTOTlCE is hereby given, that the
undersigned has obtained of the
Clerk of the County Court of Pike
County, letters of Administration on
the estate of James II. Davis, de
ceased, dated Jan. '20 1C44. all per
sons indebted to said estate, are re
quested to make immediate payment.
All persons having claims against said
estate, arc requested to exhibit them
properly authenticated, wuhm one)
year from the date of said letters or
they may be precluded from having;
any lie ne fit of said estate, and if not
exhibited whithin three years, thev
ill be forever barred.
ANDREW J. IMVIS.AdoiV.
Feb. 3d. 1044. 3w 13.
IE Ctip.irinershiii eaistine brtsreeu t h
nnder-iL-iied under the stvleand Gnu
of miham Luce Sl Co.. is this day diss.lv-!
:L rb.d... "nida""
WILL AM LUCK.
R.M. V. KEKCHEVAL.
Louisiana, Mo., 2"ith, Feb. 1644.
THE undersigned havs) associated them
selves under the style and firm of
LL'CE 4. BOON,
as Forwarding Commission Mer
chants 4" Dealers in Dry Goods,
Groceries, Boots, Shoes, and A$
ceipt of n new and well selected stork of ' c'tizens f WarrenCounty. He will al
. i - . . ' i j i
By theOlh of March they will be in re
staple Merchandise from Ness York, which
will be sold at unusually low rates for Cash,
or in barter for produce. They ae, also,
prepared to make liberal advances in Cash
upon Tobacco, Hemp, Lard, Bala Ropa and
Bapging, placed in their handa for shipment
to thsir friends either in St. Louis, New Or
leans, or New York. They will, alio, piy
the market price in Cash for Hemp and To
bacco. WILLIAM Ll'CE.
BAILEY H. BOON.
Louisiana. Mo., 27h Feb. 1F44, 1?.
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"IVOTICE is hereby given, that the
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'county, letters of Administration on
theestatc of William Shellhorse, dec's!
'dated Oct. ICth, 1843; all persons in-
'debted to said estate, are requested
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SOns having claims against said estate,
jnre requested to exhibit them proper
ly authenticated, within one year
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hibitcd within three Vears. ii.t.;n
; be forever barred.
jNov-jUi, 1843. 3w4
Ii. S A MH'R s,
HAVING located in Warrenton,(Mo.,)
oilers his professional Kerviree in
so attend the Circuit Courts of Mont.
gomery, Pike, and Lincoln Counties.
ILL act as our arenS in rj.e;-:..
nnd receintiur for hidna nt k;. s,..t
dler'a Shop. r,on, indebted to me or to
the firm of Campbell &. Crane, will oblige
me quite as much bv niinnii :n
in cash to the same amount. Debts due to
pbaii, can be paid the same way . I
G. B. CRANK. I
IWes' Fever & Aeue Tonic,
Sunerior to anv thine now in use.
rpHIS MEDICINE has lately been
-t- introduced into the country, and
its effects are wonderful. The se
verest cases of Fever and Ague, can
be, and have been, cured by a sing e
dose of my Medicine. I have no
patent for it, the recipe came from
my ancestors, like some other an
cient medicines, the recipe has once
betn lost but I have now a copy
of the original, which is a cer
tain and radical cure, it is harmless in
its effects, and the health of the pa
tient is always improved by iis use
it invigorates and strengthens the
whole system, and may also be pre
scribed with decided advantage in all
derangements of the stomach ami
dii:stive organs, it maybe taken in
anv state of the system, either dur
ing the presence er absence of fever-
and I will warrant effectual cure.
I clia'lcnge any Physician, or pat
ent medicine, to test with mine in
curing the ague ami fever. For furth
er recommendation, I would respect
fully call the attention of all to the
following certificates, I could produce
inanv more, hut the modicineif tried,
will always be sufficient to recom
mend itself- Price 1 00 per Bott'e.
Enquire of Mr. S. Kem, or Maj. Oo
ry, at I5wlirg Green. Warranted
in all cast s to cure.
J. V. IIEWE.
TIII is to cerniy th.it I have triedipfric.iry and success in espelliny
Mr. Ilewrs" Medicine, arid found it j worms.
supeiior to any medicine of the kind j J AS. F. SIMPSON. Druggist,
which I have ever ned--it has rflec-1 ;R. Win. W. IIoi.mf.s. Aarnu)
tna'lv cured me and fve of i;h fami -
'jv jr f(ie nue nnj fev
er. ' I
Some time durin;: !a.-t fall, three . f;
mv fami!v sllrerP(i un ler , is uie-.sc.'
1 ,-p:j i" ,lC. nii , ,., f..,-!
i.u r. -j- '
M r. 1 1 eu cs idpiI.i ii I did so, !iiid;i
to mv astonishment, a s.niiie dose to (led with a box of these Lozenge?,
earh, entirely broke their ague and! which will allay themoibid irritabili
levcr, which has not returned. I had i ty of the bowels, restore the checked
also a man under my employ, w bo ' perspiiation. stop the debilitating di
had the ague, and tried ditferent medi-; cbarje, nnd n a short time cure the
cines, he .succeeded several times in j most invtetaro case ( diarrha-e.
breaking it. but it would aain re- I chronic dysentery, or habitual loose
turn, l.t also took some nf IPs. medi-jnrs?. They ure very pleasant to the
cine, w hich resulted in rlTectiml c:irr. n't", and arc sold at the low price of
I have alst) had it myself, and ore j '25 cer.ls a box.
dose of it cured me t fTc-tuaHy a;.j B. A. F ibre-)., .r,ti Pl!iou
permanently. I Pi, Is. a senile but efficient cathartic.
I would happily rfc-n,n end tl.i- rypn-;'v ndar.ted for a family rhvs-
tieuiciiie- to un luo-f v :iu
have t lie
ague and fever, as I IiaviJ
ence, found it :,n excellent
I ri . 1 1-
and in my opinion, i? is fully deerv.
ing of public notice.
JOH N' P.FRXETT.
Ijouisiana, Feb. jth, ISM.
I have also taken Mr Ilcwes" Me
drcine. and itpioved effectual in cur
ing ! I had the ague and fever ful
ly six mon;hs. and took medicine un
der the direction of a skilful Phvsi-
'cian. nnd other prrsons. but all to no
i II . r .
Having heard of the won-
i liri in
eileclsoi Air. 11 s. medicine. I
applied to him. and to mv astonish-!
ment, one bottle of it entirely cured j strength of the common Opodeldoc. is
me. When I got the mcthcine, mv , more rieaniy aitd rnuch more con'-en-iace
was bloated, rnd my appetite j iently apjlitd. Price 23 ft,
was entirely gone, I also suffered from J H. A. FahnestucI; vt (Vs Eve Wa
a severe pain in my bowel, after tak-' ter; for the cure of wenk or inflamed
ing one dose of his medxine, I found ,ey'- Pice 25 cts.
my appetite gradually returning, and , Prepared by IJ. A. Fahnestcck fc
my bowels ceased to pain me, and j Co., Corner Cth Sc W ood Streets,
since I have taken one botilc if it.l! July C2. Pittshutgh.
have had no more synq touts of the fi 1 (O" The above Mcdicins. for sal
ver ami ague, tny whole system has by II. (5. Edwards, P.M., Rowling
been entirely renovated, ar.d I find j Creen. and by Andrew Corbron. An
mv henlih rapidly improving. :luni. .Mo
I would lu-artilv recommend it to November 4th. I S43. Iv t
u .i. . i. .- - . . -
an inose who are suiicrinj wilii tiis:
disagreeable discasp; nnd I would!
further state, that all those who will;
try it. will find it dvervinc all ti e'
eulogy which I Irive eiven it. i
a Aiff iv vtrr:t m !
February 1st . 1 844. ' ' I
. ,, , , . i
.oc.suna, Mo.. I eo.. th, 44
t l 1 . i .1 .ii -
I do hereby certify that I have tried
J. V. Hewes' ague and fever medi
cine, and believe it to be the ben
rvMliAinn lloil i.ir 1'. 1
1 lie medicine is entuely vegitable,
wnnoui emetic or cathartic proper
ties, and may be used with perfect
safety in all forms of the disease
From my ow n experience, as well as
that of my ancestors, in the practice
of my medicine, 1 have no hesitation
in saying it is more beneficial than
any other now in use. I tlieref re so-
- . I . . .1
licit a trial from those afflicted with
Fever and Ague. jCrNo cure, no
pay! The genuine medicine can be
procured only from Maj. Ourv, or
J.V. II EWES.
March 21st, 1844.
WANTED at this offioe, as an ap
T.rprit ino In k- .:..t: l. :
a f nd industrious habits,
r .no yi lining uuriiucsa,
'rom 14 to seventeen years ot age,
February 3rd' 1844,
...run... ..7 ....I ...ii nu oiouuccd. ii oligomer wnli Hie lormer lirr,e, is ca,
eflectually cured me, often tr. ir...r j pable of storine at least 5.000 bbds.,
manv other medicines, and I vould j and its central locality will at all times
recommend it to the piit-'.. ;n CPIier. ins,re 1( tll0 r;lllters tne nitendanca
a G. F1NLY. ofbujers on days of sale. To those
I have nppoi (ed Maj. Auo. Ocrt, who come by vvanons there is a lorge
my sole aPTnt to prepare, sell, and wagon varj" convenient and free of,
admr.isler rr.y medicine, which will j ch ir2e.'
oe effectual in all cases of fever and j Tobacco will be received at this
""ic in its most malignant forms. r warehouse on sloiae. and when not
I A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge,
A Sure Remedy for Worms,
A. 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
ler the following as a proof of its ef
Carroltos, Creen Co., III.,)
October lOih, 1843. $
THIS is to certify that I hare been
selling B. A. Fahnestork's & Co.
Vermifi ge, for the last three years,
and in some roses, witnessed the ope
ration of the seme, and from wfial I
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, I
could procure fifty certificates of its
ili ,. Fah.nkstock L: Co."
('arm (native Lozenges.
At this season of the year, I. owe!
l.ui.iiv should therefore, be prnvi-
tc: and r.re not surpassed hv anv oth
er pill in use. for all cases in which a
cathartic m indicated. Thev will
..,.,ritp ihor"t"fily without trpinjr.
p, j,-,. -jj cen'.i, fur a box containitTa
' 30 mli.
PiieuTiinfiic. or Couch Pi;ilam. a
valuable remedy for Cough & Colds.
Pi ice C3-' Cough Lozenge. These
I-Oirriges possess all the virtue of
the best Coimb Svrups, are conven
ient to carry in the j nckct ?nd are
very pleasant to the t;;slf. Price 25
Liquid l sj-odeidoc J in- penetra-
ting article possesses double the
Planters Tobacco vTarehonsc.
rB"HE subscribers raving betn ap
pointed by the County Court of
St. I oni County Inspectors of Tobac
co at the Vhrnttrs' W'areht.vse ar
P'T'1 t" inspect r.nd review
wuh despatch all tobr.cco sent to the
.a,ovehoe. and bore by a strict and
.! - .. - . r .
laitlilul discharge of their duties, to
nierit a continuance of the patronage,
of the planters. The addition, to
inspected, fifty cents per hogshead
only, will be charged for sixtv days
or less. 7.. T. WCOLFOLK,
KOIST D. FIFE.
HIRAM SHAW, Jr.
St. Louis Jan. 19th, 1844.
OTICKishereby given that tbe nndrr-
signed has taken out letters of Testa-.
mentary.on the estateof John Maxwell, Sen.
dee'd, from the Clerk of County Court of
Pike county, bearing date tbe 1st of Dee.,
A. D. 1343: nil persona, therefore who
have anyclaims arainst the estate of said
deceased are required to eiiiibit the line
duly authenticated forallowaaee, witbiaotM
year from the date of said letters, or they
may be precluded from having any benefit
of said estate, and if inch claims are an'
presented within three years they will bs.
forever barred. i
December 2d, H43 3w5.. I