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Held ill Lexi'ii-' on, Ky., between
Hey. A Lr.xANKf a Cash i;ki.l, of P.et tinny , Va.
And Kev. X. .. liicF, nf Ten'-, Ky.
On the Foll.nriv l'rop .sitinr.s, viz:
1. The immersion iu waler of a proper sub
ject, into l!ic name of tho Father, (he Son
and llie Holy Spirit, i- the only Apostolic
or Christian ll.iptisni. ,Mr. Campbell af
firms. Mr. Kice denies.
2. The infant of a believing parent ii a
Scriptural s-nbiect of Ihiptism Sir. liire
alarms nnd Mr. Cauipbc'l denies.
8. Christian Iip.ptinn is l.r the remission of
past tins. X.t. Cimipbcll affirms air.
Hire denies .
4. Bapti'ru if to he ncliuiiiiitfrnl only l5" a
Bishop or ord.iiocd 1'rt -by ter. Mr. Kice
affirms. Mr. Cuxnpbi !1 denies.
5. In Conversion and Sanctification, tlie
Spirit of Cod opoiatrs on persons only
tlnoni;h tlie Word of Truth. Mr. Camp
bell affirms. Mr. luce denies.
fl. Human Creeds in 1 fids of t'nicn
Comiiainior:. i re i:i -cesstiri.'y heretical ned
scLisiiialicKl. Mr. Ceuipbcll Manes, i-.ii.
If ice denies .
lieported hy competent Sd cn;;inpi.-rs,riiit1
to be approved slid uutiiraticufcd by the
Debatnnts, pnblol.od in o'0 vn. volume,
containing from 7 to Ma' primer, i.caCy exe
cuted on good paper, and :t !! humid in cloth
or muslin The above ivork r. ill be publish
ed as early as priirticnMr, at rr r co; ,
Ae the publishers have piircha.eil the copy
right, the vroilc ran be procured only thru'
Any person beconiinp responsible for ten
copies, shall he i ntltled to en addilinnal
RecomkfniiatioNs'- We chceifaily te-
cemnicnd the above work.
H Clay ,
J. Speed Smith
We (ministers of the anic church
Mr. Campbell) c.l.ecifuliv rccnrnn,e:ii!
James Fif'ibarU J;.n:e? Shannon
John Smith A. Kaines
L. F. Piukerton J.T.Johnson
B. F. Hull Morten
D. S. Burnett A. l.'indock
J. H. f-hepard.
We (ministers of the Fame church with
Mr, Rice") chierfuilv recommend ti e woik-
James K. (lurch
acr.t. ! 1 rice
X. (!. Hall
Jno . F. Coon?
J. J. tWlocV
Win. II. Juki's
I) S. To id
Jno. I. Pum n
J. D. Matthews
J. U. Simrall
R. C. Grundy
W. Y. Allen
Wo (mini tc r of the inithoiHfl Kpi-copa!
church) cheerfully recommend the iiboie
M. K. fascom li. II. McCown
W. II. Andcrsoa It. T. V. Allen
J. L. Kemp 'i'hns. Fvnch.
A. T. ?i:iL!.M AX ci- ?X.
I'ec. Io4:. I.cxiiit Ion, K y.
STATE OF MlSt )UiU,
County ol i ii.e. J
In the County C.;uit, C, Ji.imiirv 1844.
tHDERLD by the Court tl.it ali
persons in iel.ied to the Iv 'nd &
Canal fund of s-tid County be notiiied
that unless all interest duo on their
several bonds to said fun I, be paid on
r before the f:r?t dny of April neNt.
suit will be institt'ted fr the recove
ry of both principa! :;nd iiiterest v. it'i
out delay, and further ordered l!rt a
copv hereof be inserted in the "Il iJ
ical" for six u eek?.
A true copy of the Rcco:d.
A. II. RUCKXER, Clerl:.
Jnn. 13!h, 1814. O.vlO.
THE subscribor o;f;rs fir salt, in
the counties ( f Rails & Lewis,
1950 acres of fin; farming Land, most
of it prairie and a part wood land, n
part of this Lind, in Lriris county, is
on the rond between Monticello and
Tully, adjoining the "Ousley farm.'
That in Hills, is nsar lite Marion line
within a few mile.; of Palmyra. It is
weuwatcrea, zua m every respect,
1 1 i i
oesirabie itnn, ei'.iier lor i otiacco.
Hemp, or Wheat. It will be. sold
low, and divided to suit purchaser.
Title perfect. Particulars undo known
on npplication to the ni'xcnb'V in
St. Louis. GEO. K. EUDI),
4 4, Water Street.
St. Louis, Nov. 3 J, 1843. 2
THE Planters' Tobacco Inspection Ware
house i) now cariied on by the subscri
ber, who are prepared tn despatch bii si -nets
without dliy . They take tliis oppor
tunity of informinir their mi.-iieroiH ficn is
of the necrssity of l.avii:; t!c ir timber well
seasoned before their hn:-l.eade are set up,
ns much good tr.bucco is injured from hav
ing the hojsheaJ male of ?rt-eii an J unsea
Tbe late lav says that the length of
tave shall bs 51 inrhes, the hojshead 40
inches across the head, shall hive fl hoops,
and contain not less tnan Pilll lb. tobacco.
WOOI.I'OLIC st FIFi'.,
DOV 2 Il.spect ji.s.
The Missourian, I'ra anil Reporter copy
3 months weekly; t'ulinyra Whi, JeCersou
Inquirer, Boonville Observer, Fayette Times,
Glasgow Pilot, liberty Ihicner, i'Jutte Fa
g'.c, Western Miasonrian, Lexington Express,
tlaanibal Journal. Paris Sentinel. St. Charles
Advertiser, Bawling (ircen liadical and Co.
Jumbia Statesman will each insert the above
la amount of $'! and charge this office.
rn-HIS celebrate 1
race hore will
L V 1 V make a cermauent
Cs-J' i l:ttr .... j.,-''
-Jirf -lU - "-oible of V. M.
Walker, at Wnlkervville. on the road lead
ing from Iouisiana tn Troy. For further
particulars sco huiiduiils in i.'ue time.
March lflth, l'slj. tf PI.
GP.tJA'H? ITilTZCITAI. TVOr.12.
taitan sc Diixxirr,
No. Ml. Washington street. Huston,
proposes to publish by subscrip
tion, iii 1 J monthly numbers,
at tlie low price of '25
cents each number,
'2'iiv !.ifV of WaIiizit23,
FY J.SCKli SPARKS,
IV.ch nuiul u-r to contain between for
to he iiiibel-.
ty and fifty pacos-, and
Mied wiili ti'.e following fine steel and
copperplate engravings, viz:
1. Poi irait of Washington at 40,
bv Teak-. 3. l'orirait of Mis Wash
ington at 40, by Wollnstoii. .'5. View
of Ml. Vernon. 4. Uaitle of Jiiad
liock's defeat. 5. Head (piarters at
Catiibriile. G. Plan of Boston and
environs. 7. Head Quarters at iWur
vistown. S. Head ( iuartcrs at lN'ew-
t HI ft- 1(. 1'
,ir' J- ';ln oi iarms at nil. er-
IK1!! 1' lltllliL I'l.llVll.illO,!!!!.
1 1. l'orirait id' WasbiiiL'ton by Stuart.
12. Hnctt.'iiptneiit at Vail y Fori;.
13. I'alilr of Cirnnantown. 1-1. Fai:
iinile of Vas!.ir.'iur.s l.and writinir.
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dies and oilier cniira vitms, have been
compiled from the te::t drawings, as
well French and Ivijilish as Ameri
can. Speci.il aid was derived trotn
.. .. i r I'. ..I.,. I .... I ,-...,.!, .,
a series o! ii!r.ne.--cnpi orawincs in itie
possession of Gen. lifavette, which
arc executed with scientific accuracy
The well known ability of the au
thor, the abundant means which he
possessed, viz: M"ie than two
tired folio volumes of iho or
L'ina! manuscript 1 iirchnscd bv Congress.
ten years rcsearc
fices in Lond.m.
ies in the public of
: which foimed tlie
?.z ti e Mcvtlution :
c; iilciii tacv
as v.i i: as ttic access tie mis gaiiieii
to valiibl-lc jiapers in different parts
of tl.e countiy, hr.s brougltt into his
hr.nds a muss of materials, original
nn.i impoitant i'i tli ir character,
which we ir. will l.e found to have
have cont; ii.tiicd i.stn:ii J ai l in en
ablins him to execute with more ac
curacy and completeness, his main
purpose, nnd tliuz to h ive compensat
ed in some d."s;rrc. for the time and
labor thev have cost. Its publication
not only inv.dws extended and labo
rious remch n the part of the edi
tor, lint great pecuniary responsibili
ty on the pari of the iib'Nhcr:?.
The pi ice of tin:; woih is Ies-; v. hi n
the execution is considered, than that
i it - i
ol iiliv o'.h.T put'iicatloii in
A'reiicti. I tie in vest in nt nnl rx
pendimres connected with this tin
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ally att'iid ?;:'li I ubliccior.s. and it
will be r'ppnrcnt that the publishers
iiustrily on an cxtinsie sale for
The cnnravings alone, .-re thought
by many, to b" worth the whole cost
of the wo:!;. To nun subscribers the
price will be much ( nhanccJ.
?I;.ny testimonials of umpiiilified
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sjentlemen who have examined the
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Lscp, I'oston. Henry Lee. b,sq., Rt.
Rev. P.ishop Doane, Hon. James I)'
Volf, R. 1., Rt. Rev. Itishop Brown
el!, Hon. Isaac H. P.ales, Hon. Ho
race Everett, Vt-, II. m. S. Longhl
o'.v, Me., J. Seawell Jones, N. C,
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Lincoln, Hon. S. Van Rcnsellear, N.
Y., Hon. Wm. L. J.Iarcv, N. York,
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cess, R. I., Hon. Wm. II. Ashley,
Mo., Hon. Danitl Webster, Hon.
Abbott Lawrence, Hon. Joseph Sto
ry, Hon. Eiward Everett, Charles
Jackson, Hon. Lemuel Shaw, Samu
el T. Armstrong, Wm. R. Calhoun,
John C. Warren, M. 1)., James Jack
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K.i c.:ul ,l uit.. ncutU' ;s ai I 'lit Ojfirv,
GEORGE VV. QUCKHER,
attoii i:y at i.a w,
BOULLVU GHEE.Y, MO.
TTS'ILI. atteml to any business entrusted
Wi7 to his care in the Circuit Courts of
Kails, Tike, Montgomery and Lincolu coun
ties. Mar.hOth, 1M1. 19 If.
y virtue of a deed of trust made
J by Charles A. WarfidJ & wife,
to tlie undersigned,
24th 183S. and recorded in the lte
cordcrs office in Rails county, to se
cure Louis A. I'.-noist in the sum of
1U5 50 100 dollars and interest on
the same at 10 per cent.; since July
4th, 1839, and under a decree of
the Kails Circuit Court fitting as it
court of chancery, mace at it? Octo
Ler term 1043, I will sell nt public
auction for cash in hand, the follow
ing described land Section 25 T. 53
Uanj:c 7 West, I vim; in Halls county,
on the 1st day of April, 1844, before
th court bouse door in the town of
New London, in said county.
JOIIX DAVIS, trustee.
Jan. 20lh. 1844. llwll.
STATi: OK MISSOt'ltl, j,s
County of I'ike. $ '
In thfCfinnly Court, February Term 14-1.
P V is ordered by the Court that the follow-
ini; oe ooserveu as incomer oi transact- :
.t. . . . '
inir business m this ( ourt at every term, viz : :
.Mondays and Ti kshavs, of ench term to
he devoted to County business, ineliidint '
Uoiule, Kevemie, l!o;id fc Cannl Fund, conty ,
and town-hip school funds, claims npniit-t
the county, paupers, county offices &c. ;
W funksiiavs to allowance oT demands a- 1
trains e-tat.-s not bnvng had an annual ret- ,
tlccicnt. Tiiuhsoavs and FainAYti, to uti
nuil settleineuts of Adiiiinitiators, Fxceu
ti.r ai.d (tuaidiiins, in the order of the dock
et kept by tltc Clerk ; to nllotvintr demands
against estates, settled on the same dav hy
Adiniiiittratur and Fxecutors, and any oth
er hii-inef in relation to the estates of de
ceased persons and minoi: and Satcbosvh
to find settiemeiits mid
A true copv from therecoid.
Teste. A.'ll. lll'CKSi:!!, Clerk
March 11th, 141.
W. Hucknih. D.C.
J.?1TICK is hereby given that the nn
jJ dorsi;nert has taken out letter' of Ad
ministration on the estate of Peter Ilut-ai-ll,
deceaed, late of I'ike CountT.
Missouri, bcarint: date the (illi day of
! Vev. l".llt. Ail Iter.iin.- I tifri'lmt. in.
debted to the estate ol said deceased, are re-
ijiii -ted to make immediate pay uo-nt ; nnd
mII persons having claims aL'ani't ai-i eat.ite
aie reqiie-led to exhibit theiu properly au-
ou iiiji aieii, svillr.n one vear iroin tf.e oate
ol said ItMiers, or lliey may lie precluded
fiorn haiiiiLTniiy benefit of r:ud estate, an. 1
if .aitl claims are not pre tcnlcd within three
vear', they will he o.rcser i.nried
IIKXKY I.YTFK, Adm'r
Xor llth,la-!a. Hw'J.
jVOTICH is hereby given, that tlie
undersigned has obtained of the
Clerk of the County Court of Pike
County, letters of Administration on
the c-atate of James H. Ihtvis, de
ceased, dated Jan. '23 1C44. all per
son! indebted to said estate, are re
tjueted to make immediate payment.
Ait persons having claims against said
estate, are rtipiested to exhibit ihem
proptily authenticated, within one
year from the date of said letters or
they may be precluded from having
any benefit of said estate, and if not
exhibited whithirs three years, they
w ill be forever barred.
ANDREW J. DAVIS, AJihV.
Feb. 3d, 1844. Sw 13.
fiT'II opirttfliii existing hftreii th
tfii ninlrrfit'tiud ihhI't thi ttjle nn! firm
(it William Lure St Co.. it tliis iIhj dintlv
cl by luiittial const' nt the name of the fine
will be u-itd only in liqimlntion .
K.M. V. KKKCIIKVAL.
Louifiam, Mo., '3th, Feb. 111.
THE iinder'ignert have associated them
selves unite r the style and firm of
I.rCE &. BOON,
as li)rirardinr V Commission Mer
ilmnls V Ih-iihrs in Dry (Jouils,
(irficcriix, Bouts, Shoes, und As
By the 'J'Hh of March they will bo iu re-
ceiot of a new and well selected stock
Staple Merchandise from New York, which j arc requested to exhibit them proper
will be sold at unusually low rates for Cask, y authenticated, within one year
or in baiter for produce.
,o,.. r i'"" ""-. 1 -re, ';
pared to rnnke liberal advances in Cah
,n Tobacco, Hemp, l.,d, Hale Hope and j
Barcine, placed in their hand for hhieuienl
noon i onacco. nemD. i.Rrn. oaie none
it thoir friends either in St. I.oilil, New Or-
lean, or New York. They will, also, pay
the market piice in Cash for Ili'inp and To
baccn. WILLIAM H'CE.
BAILEY II. BOON.
I.oui-iana. Mn 27 til Feb. Ih44, IK
"pVMlTICF. is hereby piven that Ihe tinder"
the Count, Court of Lincoln county. Mo.. I
XT siirneil lias obtained Iroin the f:l.rlr nl
letters Testamentary, upon the Estate of
n .t a i ;
Coleman Estes, dccsmcil, bearing date the
1st day of March, A. D. 144. All pur
soiis hnving claims nirainst said estate, are
rentiested to exhibit them in one vptr fmm
the date of sairl letters, for allowance, or
they may be precluded from any benefit of
tail1 stl1"'' aml ,f "ch claims are not pre-
sented within three years from the data of
siviil letters, they will be forerer barred.
JAColJ o. ESTF.S,
C. W. C.ILLI M.
Miii'h Kith, lw44.
Kwtki. nv GLORGE P. MOlilllS
1LI.USTRATF.D BV J. G. CllAPMAN
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change, which was interrupted, much
to my regret, by circumstances over
which I had no control.
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Editor & Proprietor, No. 4 Ann st.,
near Broadway, N. York.
TV" OTIC E is hereby given, that the
undersigned hag obtained of the
Clerk of the county court of Pike
county, letters of Administiatioti on
the estate of William Shellhor.sc, dec's
dated Oct. 16th. 1843; all persons in
debted to said estate, are requested
to make immediate payment; all per
sons having claims against said estate,
from Hie date of said letters or they
i 1 r .
n I)C .prctrWeJ from hay.ng any
iM-iiciii in s.iiu estate, anu il not ex
hibited within three years, they will
be forever barred.
JOEL GRIFFTII, Adm'r.
Nov. 25th, 1843. 3W.j.
it. s. i its.
ttcrnrg at Ealy,
HV1"fJ locatipl 'n Warrenlon,(Mo.,)
ir. . r , 'V
.r v... Tv . services to . tl.o
vihasumd ui m ui ruilOUIHV. 1 t!WI !) .
so attend the Circuit Courts of Mont
o r l
gomery, I'ike, and Lincoln Counties,
TTir r ...
b, ..... .u am our sriil m rcerivini;
nnd leeeiptine for hides nt I.;. K..I
dli'r'a Shnn, IVrsnm ;i,.l..l.i.l i
(he firm of Campbell & Cane, will oblige I
me quite as much by payment in bides us I
V w'V" tllB "i,me l""0"n'- UkM' le ,
J. . Campbell, can be paid the same way .
O-B. CRAM'.' I
Hewcs' Fever k Ague Tonic,
Superior to any llt ing now in use.
rpIIIS MEDICINE has lately been
introduced into the country, and
its effects are wonderful. Ihe se
vcrcst cases of Fever and Ague, can
he, and have been, cured by a single
dose of niv Medicine. 1 have no
imtentfor it, the recipe, came from
in v ancestors, like some o'.lier an
cient medicines, the recipe lias once
been lost but I have now a copy
of the original, which is a cer
tain and radical cure, it is harmless in
its c-fleets, and the health of the pa
tient is always improved by its use
it invigorates and strengthens the
whole system, and may also be pre
scribed with decided advantage in all
derangements of the stomach amf
digestive organs, it maybe taken in
any state of the system, either dur
ing the presence or absence of fever
and I will warrant effectual cure.
1 eha'lenge any Physician, or pat
ent meJieine, to test with min in
curing the nguc and fever. For furth
er recommendation, I would respect
fully call tlie attention of :dl to the
following certificates, I could produce
many more, but the medicine.f tried,
will always be sufficient t. recom
mend itself. Price SI CO per I'ottle.
S. fr-n. or T:ii flu.
... , . .....j.
ry, at fowling Lirecn
in all cases to cure.
J. V. II EWE -.
THIS is to certify th.it I have tned
Mr. liewes' Medicine, nnd found it
supetior to any medicine of the kind
which I have ever used it h is el?cc
tuailvcuied me br.d five of mv fatni-
t.. , .,.. r
' s,;.c time du: in - !:i-l fa!!, three . f
I11V f:imj!v su;pL.:( ,i u:!)i,r ,i,js 4jc:,SP,
i ,WI .a', ..it ,, , , r ,.
,,cir re.icf; but m! t i r o i urno.-e
F - ev,.:
irw .n 1 . t t
.Mr. liewes inecici
to my iistoiiishmcut, a cn.fle lio-c to
each, entiiely Lro'-.o tinrir :gue and
fever, which lias not rctun ed. J bnc
roso a iiian tinili r my employ, v. ho
had the ague, i.nd tried diil'erent medi-
vines, lie suecciiej srveriil times in!
breaking it, but it would nc.;
turn, be idso took some of Jis.
cine, which leitiltcd m liectUid cure
I bavo a. so hud u r.r, sir. 1
dote T it cured me tliectnai! v
I Would happily recommend this
medicine to nil t!n--e who h;.ve ti.r
acne and fever, :t-- 1 '.;vir y rxrc.i
ence, found it mi excel't i.t irrnciv,
ar.d la my npii: i. n, il is (ally dcst'i v
intr "f tiblic tintif!-'.
JOHN BI UNETT.
Louisiana, Feb. 5;':, I 844.
I have also taken Mr. I i.-w es" 'Me
dicine, and it prove. 1 i-if.-i-ti: .1 ni ft:r
ing m-; 1 had the :igt;c ;r.d fever fill-
ly six months, and too!; medicine :-
i - . i. i . . : i- -1 . - i ,
lei IHO llllff ,111!) tij a sMimi illVM-:
ci.iti. anj other pet sons, but ; li to no j
purpose. Havir g ht :ir.i of ihe won-1
h riid eilictsof Mr. IPs. n
ap; m it to turn, ain! to
merit, one bottle o
it nti.cly ct. red
me. hen I got t' e n,. ihcinc, mv
lace was bloated, and mv ; p: ciit
was entiiely gone, I fdsij.--s::i'e:i-i tr-. m
a seven- pam in my b .wa Is. -i :": , r t. Ic
ing one iov-t (if J;ls !.. it:c:;;e, I h end
my appetite grain. .Ily returi.in;', and
my bowels ceased to pain inc. ain!
since I have taken one huiih? i t it, I
have had no more vmptoms of the IV
ver and rgue, my whole system has
been i ntirrly renovated, and 1 Mm!
my health rapidly improv ini.
I would heartily reccmiiif rid it !
all those who are suttenn." with ibis
disagreeable tiisease; mid I would
further slate, thai all those, who will
try it, wili find it deserving .dl ihe
eulogy which I have s:ivcn it.
Febiuary 1st , IC44.
Louisiana, Mo., Fell., 7th, '44
I i , i t .. , ,- .i.ii . ,
I do I'fsrehv en t o e 1 1 n i ! I.Ms-rt i ... ..I
,, -, - ,
, i,i- .7" ." . . " 1 r.ierit a continuance of the patnnage
cine, nnd hflieve il lobe the bestLr ..i.... ti
medicine that can be produced, it Las.
ir., i i ..J r.- ' - . -
eueciua:ty cureii me,
many other mcdicipfw,
, , ,i ... . I
wou i I
it. oiiiun nu n i itic i. i i' in oencr-
., 1 . i.'ivt y I
"ii., . i r . ,
1 liave appointed Mat. Aro. Ol-ry,
my sole ttint to prepare, si ll, nR( ;
administery mJiciie, ivhic.; wni j
be clleclual in nil cases of (ever and I
.'.inc in us mosi m;;;ii;nani lorms
The medicine is entiiely veritable,
without emetic or cathartic proper
ties, and may be used with perfect
safety in nil forms of the disease.
From my o wn experience, as well as
that of my nneestors, in the practice
of my medicine, 1 have no hesitation
in saving it is more beneficial than
)any other now in use. I theieforeso-
licit a trial from those afflicted with
i s- w . i iinti jiruc
pay! The genuine medicino can he
procured only from Maj. Oury, or
J.V.I IE WES.
March 21st, 1844.
at S officc as ap-
prentice to the printing business,
a uy of steai,y and industrious habit?
from 14 to seventeen years oJ n"C '
February 3rd' LSI 1
LJ. A. Fahenstock's Vermifun-e
A Sur e Remedy for Worms.
TJ1 A. FAHNESTOCKAS Vermi-
fuge, a Perfectly Safe and Ccr
ain Cure for Worms. Certificates
of its efficacy can la? seen at the
store of tlie subscriber sufficient to
satisfy the rrost incredulous. We of
fer the following as a proof of its ef
CARROLTfiN, Green Co., II!.,)
October I0:h, 1843.
THIS is to certify that I have been
se:;m:r i. A. i i.nricsiocK s Ar. Co.
Vermifi ire, for the Jest three years.
ind in some cases, w itnessed the ope
ration ol tbe same, and from what I
know of ii.y own knowledge, and
that which has be. n told me by oth
ers, I take pleasure in saying that I
have never see n, nor heard, of any
Medicine that has given so universa
satisfaction in this community, and
furthermore if it was necessary, I
could procure fifty certificates of its
efla-acy &nd success ia expelling
J AS. F. S I M iv- ()N, Druggist.
Mr. Wm. W. I !o:.!r.s A feat.)
B. A. F.MINKsTO! K IC, Co.
l'i-.ts'-or:-, IV.. )
C'r. r:n:::JE'. e Loi-rr-.-jcs. '
.t this season of tie year, Lowe I
comp'ainis are aiw.ns very trouhie
and 1 ec.uer.t'y dan -'e reus: evt
i v timilv .-iionid thert foie. Le provi
ded with a box of these Lozt-nnf?,
f o v. ni ;
tbe moibii initabili-
i tv of
j ,'. ...
stop the liebiliratirp; (lis.
n c short time c ure th
mo-; jr. vet:-
i cr.sc o! fliarrhrre,
'! t.-iy. ' r 1: : y: " nrI loose
y ::rti very pb as inf to tin;
ue sola at :h lo v j rice of
; ,;;:t, ...
i taste, an.;
' 20 cents
! B. A.
i t,, , ,
a ' 1;
: ! i.t ;;1.
lei- :U cat.
r a f.n.ily
s- by :'r
oieuoi,'. v i
f .ovet '-- s
the brst i'
lent to c.-o
. t ra-t'-ii-
ietrero tli o
( a l.- el.-
! r: !l r
W I L-k
red by B. A. F .bricstcck
orn. r C'.h i'-: U o.-d Pcieets,
CO : The
l v li. G. I
G 1 1 e::, :;rni
I urn. Mo.
ataiv? .Mcita-ius. ,er sa!o
Idwanls, P. y, Bowling
by Andrew Coehron, Att
Planters' Tonncco Tarc'cse.
i! ers br vTr' hern ap-
pointed by the Cei-:.:y C-nrt of
St. Louis County Insp'-vtnrsnt Tt bac
co at Ike Planters' WiiriJ.ov.se aro
now prepared to insprct and review
with despatch all ti i r.cco sent to lha
i i i a i. i . . j
'ooi e- iiinise. .mo iiore ov ;i sn n:i at
- . . - . - .
e ol their imttes, to
.M mi.- j..;iiii-! 9. i iiu niitiiuou, io-
"T , ",cln,u;l1
r'l-er with the fornier hcuse.
.b!e of storing at least .000 hhds
....1 , .... i i :,
"no u eei:-.i ai ioc;iu: v y. in ill iio limes
- .i i . i ,
,nsl,re ,he r!:!ll!"'s the tttcr.danco
of bn ers on davs of sale. To these
( i .1 i
" ' wagons there w a large
"J f f
t- ' -u i i . .i
joi-.u.i.i vim ii- reieieu ai n;
.. ..... i . . i i
ii eiioi.se mi sioiau'e, ami wnen inn
inspected, fifty cents per hogshead
only, ill be charged for sixty davs
or less. ,. T. W( -OLFOLK,"
ROB'T B. FIFE,
HIRAM SHAW, Jr.
St. Louis Jan. 19th, 1844.
E!"C1 TOil'S XOTICE.
j jJgjj'OTiCKiiihereby i;iven that the onder-
siue. i una lau.'u out lewers o I rsia
mentary.on the e-tate of John Maxwell, Sea.
dee'd, fiom the Clerk of County Court ol
Pike county, bearing date the 1st of Dec,
A. D. 1-F?; all persons, therefore who
have any claims urninst the estate nf said
deceased are required to rxiiibit tb sam
duty authenticated for allowance, within out
year from the elite of said letters, or thej
mny be precluded from bavin; any benefit
of said estale,and if sneh claims are rot
presented within three years they will tl
JOHX MAXWELL, Kx'r.
Oecoiiiber U'J, Sw.'s.