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The 5IaoTiic tellegc of Missouri.
TO THE PI' cue.
The t'er.eral Assembly of the State of
.'"fissouri, in February, ic4, incorporated
ll'.e (.'rand Loilje of tl:e State, by law. with j
power to purchase and hold for educational ,
purposes (iflv thouiaud Julian north of teal
e-tate, and also to establish and control an
A'tlum for destitute children, a nil a School j
and College of Lcartiirii; for thn Education ;
of youth in Virtue and Science. This act
i f the L islaturc was, bv the Grard I-oHjre,
:it the nmitial convocation in October, 14-1, :
Krcepted; and property lia been purchased,
consisting of a farm of over SOD acrr, near
Palmyra, the cotiutv-scat of Marion ctun- i
ty , aril -lTtt acres situate in tho eanie conn- j
ty, twelve miles from Palmyra, containing;
the College Buildings, of ample dimensions
to afford aecomaiodation for one hundred j
The College i situate eighteen mile
from the Mississippi River, in one of the
most beautiful , fertile and healthy section
of the State, and in the uiid-t of moral,
religious and iialuvtrious population .
At the meeting of the Grand Lodge in j
Anril riiist.1 the in.-tiluticn was organized I
bv tha aduntion of a code of ISv-l.aws
its (on eminent, (uhicli will t o published in
due lime, nr)1 the ckction of r.-oiiisite ("fii
rers ami Professors. J. Wort'.ing'oa Smith,
A. M.atidG. M. of the Grand Lodge of
Virginia, was unanimously olected Presi
ient of the College, aud A. Patterson, Km),
oi i meiir, .iiu.. hhi uiijuiuiou-i , .
Principal of the Asyluiu and Preparatory
S,.,! T ihnse intlen,,.,, the duties of
i- . i, . l.. Al...ln.l
..'. . .i ....... -i: :n I r. '
IllPrSIIirbt itllt. ill-llin.liou mil mm .
until the i.:i!iiber of students
Col. J J Montgomery of Pamyra, has
t-iken cliarre of the Uefectory, and will
provide and fur:i;.-!i I'.ardin for the ;tu
tlents. To place within the reach of all the means
of uio:al culture, and instruction in science,
nt the cheapest poi-ilile ra?o, lias been the
imt anxious de-iie of the traiid I.od :e.
TheiuiLe of buanl and luilion then i'oic
put down n - low as it can be aiTirde I. j
Tuitiun in the I'.r;i::rory Pepartment :
will be ' I
Per n'fsion of Cve niolilh-', CO j
and in the Ci llese Peonrtn.ent. 1" l'!' j
For boardii l-, washirijr, fjel and
lLl.t, pir ncik. 1 !
Uanrd !.'! TuitiLUi fees payable in ail- !
vance !'. ea m'" ion. No tllilioii f'e will :
be churned for kla lent sent by the Lodges. (
F.ncli s'.udent v.i'.l fuiiiish his own bed, J
bedtlii-.r. st.itioti::iy .i:id books; also a pilch
cr, vas, -howl and brushes, for his o'.vn lse.
for thesnte r.ft'cononiy, it is de-iiable that ,
the outer garments of the students should (
be of bine or rrey ca-i::et or cloth. j
Student will be received on and ufter the
Kith ilay of May and it is de-iralde j
t!:at the sevei.il I od-es, parcntsand jnajdi
iins, wdio desiie to place students in tin's in- j
stitution, ivill do so as soon as possible, th.tt .
the classes mav be advantaeou-lv nrrari" i
ed, and the necessary piovi-ions made for
their jtisfiiiction and comfort. i
For the inor.-.land relii-ioiisicslriiction of i
tlie youth, the Cum tors of the College will i
provide public, rnacliic at the If ill on ev
eacn day will
IV Snhhath. Tl.. duties ,,f en.
l". i .,.!... .. :ii. i,;., .r..i;.,
of reai'.inu' a portion of Scriptur.', injin
ae. Jpraver. The siT-rifures are made the
th:rd book to b" ucd bv the students in c
n.ero rcct..riau doctrine of religion i to
be tancr'nt or iucalcul.ito 1, cither diiectly
By the act of incorporation, this CoI!e-e
possc-sss the power to confer the usual lite
rary decrees on such as may merit them,
ami they will be conferred in pursuance of
s'jch ru!e5as t'.o Faculty may provide.
In the preparatory scho.,1 such tranches
of k-arnins: will bo taught as are pecessarv
for n Cjtialifmatio.i to enter college. And
in the Colleciate rlf partmeut, all such other
branches of learning and srienee as shall
constitute a taurou:;!i and finished collegiate
I lie .'iasnnic r rniernuv- or .'ii eiri. nav-
.... , 3 , , .,
in? cnc-aircd with ardor and ical in the ;
prcnt cause of Edncntion of yutith haviin
at a period of rrrcnt flnnnrial prCPbiire and
embarrassment, jnuchcffd thi 1re amount
of propfirty, and thm provided for the ho
comniodatioii of a Faculty and etudt.'nt9,
And haviiit orpunircd the inslitition and pro
vided for its FiipDort the puldin may rc-t
assured that the estahlisbment is rnUnrnl
that both the de.ire and the ability to ,
nemetuate the instilution are nosscsscd bv
them.and that neither labor nor expeii-c ,
will be wantintr to make it a scnool of the
...f..i...- :.. ,1 i , c
gl(a:v u-lniim:., Il IIII3 HI rilll-lll III
innraU, learr.in- and science, to those by
whom it may be patronised.
The Grand Lod
lnvins obtained the ,
services of ."essrs . Smith and Patterson, t
they aro presented to tho public as gentle
men of the first respectability for virtue, a
bilityand learning; to whose care the in
struction of youth mav be safelv entrusted.
P. II. Sic H R I DF, G. M .
T. L. ANDERSON.
S. W. B. CARNEGG V, r. c. .
April 2r, 111
Itegnlar Semi-xvceltly Packet,
The -Vf sc
Ijght draught, swift run-1
DiC V Cl' 11 O Bl,
N. CAMERON, Master
WjLL leave St. Louis on .Von iays and
Thursdays u' 4 o'clock, r. si. Re-
will leave Keokuk, Tbursd and I offi(.e anJ y lhef ntes of acconnts
r..tG-lTui:yr'uMta7ri LaSr.nlre;.if they wish to save cost, we have
exandria at u i ullv
at G o'clock, r. ., same days. Qui.icy on ;
Wednesdays and Saturdaysat 8 o'clock a,
si Maiion City at 0 a. m. Hannibal at in,
. .. r .f !1 . l"l ..l
' - I..I1I-..". -s . - -si . ......
'AT." '.m'vov 1 u u
The DIE V CRNOX bavin? be en built a
St Loi.;.. expressly far the trade.with ..met
rior accommoda'ions for Pasen;e rs, and be-I
ill' of very lisbt d'auehf, Shipper and Pas- I
senpers can rely upon her beint: prompt, ana
continuing lier triosdurinsr the entire season.
Passengers will pleas be on hoard at the
hour advertised, as the boat will in no case
be detailed bevoad that time.
JAS. HANNA, As't.
March 30. 144. 21.
.,e- .1. n.r.".:rTZ-
1 Oiler mySCU B llie urmutiaui; ran-
didate for Constable of UulTalo townhip, iJernsnire 1 igs, ana win dispose 01 mem
ajr&inst Mr Samuel C. Allison of same on liberal terms to such as are desirous
township, ar.J am ready to meet him on of improving their stock of Hop-s. His
the stump at all times and in all places, breeders were purchased in Jsew Jcr
during the canvass. ' j T and Illinois.
IlEESB. DOAK. I At-hW, March, 2fth. 1844. Ij21
PROsPECTUS FOU PUBLISHING
field in Lexington, Ky.. between
Ai rx iMir.J ('. jimr.1.1 ., ol '' ' 'iJ.
And Rev. N. I.. Rice, of Pun's. Ky.
On the t'ollatrin Propositions, viz:
The immersion ill writer of a proper sub
ject, into Hie mime of the Father, the Son
liu I he liolv
or Chri-tinn I! i
firm". Vr l;i.
. The iiifnnt of
mt, l.theanly -A ! nun
.Mr. Caraptiell ni-
it tn!ifvtfsr parent i
Scriptural subject of Baptism M
afiiriiis and Mr. Campbell denies.
3. Christian I!aiiti-n, is for the remi;
nast sins. Mr. Caiiiiibeil affirms.
II ice denies .
4. I'tptisiu is to be administered only bv n
Bi-hc.p or ordained Presbyter. Mr. Rice
alarms. Mr. Campbell denies.
5. In Conversion and Saiictilicatiiw, the
Spirit of God opciates oo persons only
tlirouih the Word of Truth. Mr. Camp-
lu.ll siHrn.s Mr. Rice denies. I
ili lltimnii l reeos as oonus oi i iiiuo n.i..
f . inn, union, in' neeessarilv hereiicai am
schi-matical. Mr. Campbell affirms. Mr.
i Kepoited by competent r-reii":iapiier.,nuu
to be approved and authenticated by the
. Ih hat.iiit", piibli-hed in oiii- So. Toluine,
contaiiiins from 7 t: -I'D pa.-es, neatly exe
! ciited on torn! paper, noil well boilnd in cloth
: or mii-liii The above work wi.l be puhli. ti
led as carlv as nrnctienhle, at C' per copy.
- . ,
As the pub ihers have purchased tae ciy
"irht, tho wo.k can be procured only thro
Anv per'on heeomins responsible for ten
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coj ii's, shun re council m uu uumoin.
ropv EiainiKiii-i) .
j Uiii.mmknpvtions. We cliecifully
' cnmuieiid tlie above work.
J. Speed Smith. V M
(Jeo. Kobertson 1
We 'miiiisteis of the same church with
Mr. Campbell) cheerfully recommend the
L. T. Pinkerlon
I!. F. Hall
I). S. ISurtidt
A. K aiiiea
J. T. Johnson
J. F.. Shepard.
We (uiini-ters of the same church with
Mr, liice) cheerfully r .'Commend the woik.
James K. Lurch
Jacoti I- I nee
Jno. II. Priiwn
J. P. Matthews
J. t!. Simrall
I. C Grundy
W. V. Allen
N. II. Hall
Jno F Coons
J. J. Ilnllock
Wm. P. Jones
I) S. Toilil
We (ministers of the mrthnilit Fpi'copal
churcli'i cbee-fully lecomniend the nbove
II. H. iia'com I! II- McCown
W. II. Anderson l! T. P. Allen
J. L. Kemp Thos. I.vnrh.
A. T. SKILI.M AN i- so
Pec. 1-1:1. I.evillL'ton, Kj.
s'pl'CJ., (p MISSt ll'IM "i
' f () .
ti.linty ol like.
n Ik- CutinlV Coiilt, 0 J.inuarv 1 f! 1 I
oiieve-iupp,,.;,) ,v ,!.(,,, t tl.-it :,1
, j,i:ieh'e.! t !... r: I
that r.!; Os
ii.l C"i:ntv be n !i:"ie.
inter's't ,1ik en iliep-
several L'.tpIs to sat 1 fi n I. bp i ii l n't
or b.-'fore the first iliv of Anil ne.
suit will be ins'i'titfd f-r i! e irc.vr
IV (if both priiK'inal ni:d interest . j?'i.
out di !av. ::n l furt!iT onli-ie.! -t a
c ipv hereof bo inserted in iin- '"II .1
ic il'" for s'tx w eeks.
A ir".e copv of the nec iiil.
A. II. P.rCKXElI, Clerk.
Ulh. 1P44. CvvlO.
Fire Lands for S.sle.
1 1 r, i -i it c i
rn h subscriber lers hr sale, in
t lit fM Hint ias i-if IJ -ills; I .iiic I
1950 ncros of fine fur.nins Land, most I
-f it tit-'iii-ia ami n irirt Wiml hiffl n
part of this LnnJ, io Isms rotn.t v, is
.,n the roml hetween Mnntieelh. ami
Tnllv. ailj-ininrr the "Ouslev farm."
That in Ralls, is near the M iri-m lino
within a lew miles of ralmyra. It is
,.-,.ll ic.,t.,.,l ..r,,l i.-. r.,-e.. r..i
.j,, j, f.;llpr f(,r Tl,.l(,,,0
. . ' . .,, . , ,
nemp, or v neat. 11 win ne so.u
w " jllviilPil Io suit purchasers,
Tille perfect. Particulars made k now n
in application to the snhcnher in
Louis. (;i.(. I. I.IJDl),
44, Water Street.
St. Louis, Nov. 3i!, 1 1543. 2
4 I.L inilebterl to us, Kent, Kastin,
Y Co., will please take notice we
are determined and compelled to hring .
our business to a cbse. and have,
handed over to Francis Watts, Ie.r., :
(till our notes and accounts for collec-
I til,n' is fu,!.v "uibnried by us to
j receive and receipt for the same, all
who are indebted to us, either by note
or otherwise will lilease cali at his
mauieu our cusioiners ionu' ennu-ii,
and can wait on them no longer. Suit
Wl!l be tiroimht m every case unless
... : : 1 . -.i " 1 . ... ,: .
lle monuv S nam wmnn a snort time. :
Those having claims apainst us will
. .. , r ,.
P'ent them to him U adp.Sttnent.
Hli.Mil I. K l.. 1 ,
C. I). FASTI ,
HtJiCAlMi I. Kj. I.
Clarksville, April 1G, 1044. 3w2G.
TF.SSER. SMITH, would inform the
J public, that he lias on bant., and will '
L. nnneinnt1v annnllorl a-i:l. full l.loorled
-s. . s....-...., .. . .
GEORGE W. BUG K HER,
ATTOUNF-Y AT LAW,
L.'.vr; cnr.F..V, MO.
!i ii.l to any bn-io-s eiilrn'ted
. r-re in 'he Cir-"lt C'r(s ol
1'iills, PiLe, .1Ttfiilj.i'ii.i M ni.d Lincoln coun
Mur.h Plli. 1--M.
!ttrviT?. at 7lnx.
HAVING lotalei! in Varrcntc,ii,(Mo.,)
(illt-rs his prolisional gi-rvir-cs to the
citizens of VarrcnConnty. He " ill al
so attend tlie f'irt;'iit Courts of Mont
gomery, Pike, anil Lincoln Counties.
STA I t; OK .MISSOUUI. (ss
County of Pike.
In theCoiiiit) Court, February Term 143
I' is ordered by (he Court thi.t the follow-
Ja. jnlr he oh-erved ns the order of transact-;
business in this Court at every term, viz: j
Mommvs and Ti isiiavs, of each tei
: :..i... i:....
ne ilevoieo lit v oiiiu, oiiMiiess, mi himm.
Konils, Kevenue. Koad .V Canal Fund, conty
and township school funds, claims titiainsl
(he county, pniiiiers, county olfices Vc.
Weiixkspavs to iillowcnce of demands a
caiit estates not baiiii; had an annual sft
tlemei.t. Tin I'.spavs and Fainsvs. to mi
nim! settleml llts , f Aiimiiii-tiator, Fxecll
tors and t.'naidians. in tii?: or ler ol the dm k
tt kept by the Clerk; to allowin; demands
jain't e-tatc-s, settled on the same day by
Administrators and FM-ciitors, and any oth
er business in relation to the estates of lie
r ea-eil per-ons and Illinois ; al it SatitIiaVS
to find settlements ami business ulatiiej
A tiue copv fiom the record .
Teste. A II. Isri'KNF.W Clerk.
PerS. W. IIucknkr. P C
March 11th, l-Lt. 1 tf.
WJU IF. Coparlliei-hin ei-tini bt 'tween the
uca imder-iiriied under the style an.l linn
of H'illiam .ir.-c st Co.. is this day dissolv
ed by mutual consent the name of the firm
wid be used only in liquidation .
WILI.AM LI I F.
p. m. v. k::i:c'I!i:val.
Louisiana, Mo., J'ith. Feb. l"44.
Till' UMb r-iu'iie I l.i.vo ass n i.ite I them
cKeiiiinh r thi stjle and linn of
i.rci: .t if'ON',
as p(trvnf'iii:s V C'lttitiihshia .ler-
chiiutx iV 1 '' I ft' if Gnods.
(iiocris, Hull:-. .NVoi-.v, ant As-
:rtr I l'Ti 'in udisr.
Pv I'n '!! h of March they will be in re
eei t of a new aid we'l "In t d stock of
"tap-Ic Mei. hail. Ii'!- from ev VoiU , which
:!! lie -old at unii--:al!v low into for Cu.i'i.
or in baiter f-r prodcfc. They llie. al-o.
pie: .1'. a to make lit. ei.i! advances inC.h
i- i.'i '.,:i.-co, lleiiiii, I aid. lUle Korean'!
I!rt-:i--:. id-ici .1 in riir h.ilel-- f T -hir lr.elil
to tli.-ir I'n-nd. i ilh. r in St. I., n,.. New r
Irlli.n-Vi-lvV.iil. T'o-iwill. -1 II. P.)
tin- :i iihi-t pii in C.-h ior HeM-i t.d To
haceo. II.! I M I I I i:.
i: xli.F.V i'. iioon.
I . nM -.r-.i. ".'o. . TC I". b. 1- I I. IJ.
i.wa noit's nu:
II I !:". i- l.erc'n
('n;r t' I.iiK .itn cmrfv. Mo..
ft, III oil tin- K-t:ilH f(J
i ,1 (!, t ifiliir il.tlr Kip
A. 1 3-11. All ,rr-
!-t .! i
... r''i i ii.-
r (jt;--ti . in t- Mi.il I in in itin- yt ar
ti.c it.tti: n( t-.tiil It tti f", 1'ir iii.'(nv;iuc or
I'm uiV prtM:tidt (! frnm hiv Item fit of
v iid r-t:iti', an. it Mich Haiti,, ate uM prf
i'Titcl w ithin thire v'ar from tli ilate of
aitH tti rfc, tliev will de ltrivrr barred.
r. u mux M. x M
March lfith, 141. :iwlO.
rT 11 ' "n,ler..-ned i h f pn.c!.;,
! '"' """"'t 1 --- " jli
. I,:'n1' ,'-, ,,,! Ux "''r'
, ' "J '-
, ' ".'7 " "
ireir llli nns UK' l;lM eason
licit a ContlUiliin, ol I heir llivors,
an. of liie null ir L'eneriillv. Ill the
Stiijime.iit of Ttihticcn, Hemp,
antl other pr.nhice, in which they
flatter ihetn-'elves that they can ren
rler as much sati-f u-tinn as any other
house. Thev will make liberal ad
vances in dish or merchandize on
Tohacco or Hemp entrusted to their
etire. Shipments made to anv mar
ket desiied, and insured in all cases.
,,,. otherwise instructed
$ y DHAPKR.
T.ouisi:in:i Pel.. 1st. tl!.14. Im34.
j Administrator s IotlCO.
TyrOTICH is hereby fiiven, that the
1 1 undersigned has obtained nl the
Clerk of the Countv Court of Pike
U)e esta'e of ,j
C(.;lsPl, dated Jan. "9 1844, all per-
1 sons ,n,lehied to said estate, are re
quested to make immediate pnvment
; ah iH., sons havirir claim against said
I I . .
estate, are retiieted to exhibit them
properly authenticated, within one
year from the date of said letters or
they may be precluded from bavins
any benefit of said estate, and if not
exhibited whithio three years, they
will be forever barred.
AXDKKW J. DAVIS, AdmY.
lYb. 3d, 1844. 3w 13.
li- '.l V.i.V.
1MLI. act 11. on, acent in
Li d reeeii tiii for hides nt bis Sad
dler's "shop. Persons indebted to me or to
the Ii. m of Campbell it Onne, will oblige
1111 quite ns much by payment in bides as
in cash to the same amount. Debts due to
J. W. Campbell, can he paid the same way.
C. B. CRANE.
rp II K subscriber lias just r?eeiveil
a larsre a nl plendiil tissortincnt
of FIIKSII GOODS, which lie olli-rs
to sell very low fur cusli, or merchan
table produce, his stock, consisting ol
Pry Goods. Groceries, Hard Ware,
Tin Ware, I! ools, nml Shoes, and al
most eveiv other articie usually kept
in a country store. All f which he
intends to sell as low as unv otiier
siore in the western country, (St. Lou
is e x ce p t ed ). M. M. .McL X K.
Asblev, April Cth. I 844.4vi 22.
riIIF under-iined limine; purchas
ed the Tan Yard, fnmerly own
ed by O. S. Jennings, near liowlinc
(iieen, and bavin": procured a jod
Mastern I anner, intends carrying, on
the business in oml style, and bit- j
ter than it ever has been. We in-1
tend ! keep, at all times, Leather to (
exchange fur hides; all persons wish-;
inj; in have their hides tanned mi ;
the shares, can be arcommiui.it I
and I will he respor.sihle fur ah hi
delivered in pimil order, and il darn-'
.iL'ed in the yard, 1 will bitid mysi ll '
to make "nod, and pay all neglect ;
or f liluie on my par!. j
All leather transactions since the
7lh of October last will be attended I
to bv me. j
March 21s!. 1014. 3:i.:. )
"VTOTICI'. is hereby five,,, that tho un-
1 Her ijued lias obtained fi om the I'll ik
of the County Court of Pike County, Mo.,
Irtters of Te-tament-.ry, upon tbo il.tate ol
Henry C. Draper i!erea-ed, beariuj dale tha
1th day April A. I). MIL All per.ons
Ii .i v in claims azaiust said r-tate, are re
(iiested to cxhilnt them in one year from
the dale of said letters lor allov. ance, or
thev may be pieclinlcil I'm in any I iirfil of
s aid estate; and if ncli clain.s are not pre
sented within three years from ti e date of
aid letteis, they will he foriucr barred.
And alt persons indented to said e-tate are
uotilicd Io p-iv tlie -aine witlion' delay .
K.DvVIN I):.' PI R. ( K. color,
.1I(V K lluM'Kli, Lxecntnx.
April D'th, 1-41. "-j:i
"tl TIt'l'. is hereby L'ivi ti, 'i'-t l''-"
-'- i.iuh'isini il h:.s obtained of the
Clerk of the' C.mnty Court !' Pike
countv. letters of Administratiiiti on
he 1 slate ol I.ui-ind.i Pin, ileci as
.d, d ite l April 15:h, 1C 11; a!! per
sons indebted !o srtid est '.!e. are re
(pieste.l to m ike immediate payment,
al! persons ha in;r claims a.iinst said
esl.iir. :lie re,iii'sii'd to e! ibit thrill
proj.etlv auibrtii iraied. within one
vear from the d ite ut said le'.ers or
ihev mav be prer'tidnl from having
anv benelit of s,:id est ite, and it not
exhibited within three years, they
w ill be forever barred.
oi.ivr.i: 15. pay.ni:, ..h..Y.
Aptil COih, in 14. 3w.'l.
STA'I'K OF Missol !;, t (II N'l'Y
Pike Ci-euil Court, Apiil Term, 1-11.
TIIK followiiii; appears as part of tlia
proceeilincs of said rour'. on the Sixth day
ol said trim, vi :
r.ciii'iniitl P. ClifTord, 1 ,-(IVPnll( ,,
. , . attachment.
Richard Kerr. J
TBI ill-: plainlilThy Jas. (. Rroadhead, an
sL pears, ami the said defendant though
solemulv cal'ed comes not, but makes de
fault, and it appenrimr from the Sherilf's re
turn, that the defendant can not be sum
molied. It is nrdeied hy Ibe court that the
defendant be notified Hi it the plaintiff lias
commenced an action of Covenant by At
tachment against him in this couit, for the
sum of four bundled dollars, and that his
property bus been attached, nml that unless
he be rod appear in this court at the next
term thereof, Io be begun ai.d held at 1111;
Court lloiire in Rowling tirccli ill said coun
ty of Pike, on the Thiol .Voinlav in Seiitem
her next, rod on or before the thin! day
thereof, judgment wit! he rendered against
him. and his property sold to satisfy the
Fame and it i further sirdered by thccaiirt
that 11 copy of this order he published in
some newspaper in Ibis State for four weeks
sueces-ivelv, and coiitmuej
STATE OF MISSOURI. ss
County of Pike. ' '
I, Simeon P. R.ihinson, Cleik of tlie i
cnit court for said county, certify that tne
forcgoim; is a toiecopy of the order.
!-s. Witness my band and titriciul
Seal ( seal, done at allien in Howling
sw ' Green, i siiid countv, this the Gt
dair of May, A I) 1-41 .
S. P. ROIIINSON, Cleik.
.V.iy 13th. lt-I L 4WJ7
IIK Planters' Tobacco Inspection Ware
house is now carried oil by the suhscti-
hers, who are prepared to despatch busi
ness without delay . They take this oppor
tunity of ilil'ormin; their numerous friends
of the necessity of having their timber well
seasoned before their hogsheads are set tip,
as much cood tobacco is injured from hav
ing the hogshead made of green and unsea
The lute law says that the length of
stave shall be 54 inches, the hogshead 4t
inches across the head, shall hive (I hoops,
nnd contain uot less than Slid lbs. tobacco.
WOOLFOLK sfc VWV.,
Nov 3 Inspectors.
The Missourinn, Kra anil Reporter copy
3 months weekly; Palmyra Whig, J-lTcrson
lniuirer, Itoonvi lie Observer, Faette Times,
Glasgow Pilot. Liberty Banner," Platte Uii
cle. Western Mis'ourian, Lexington Express,
llannitial Journal. Paris Sentinel, St Charles
Advertiser, Bowling tlreen Radical and Co
umbia Statesman will each insert the stove
lo amount of 5? and charge Ibis orticr.
V. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge.
A Sure Remedy for Worms.
f ' '' i'-.'J f !S2-S. - n - -; V :
BA. FAIINKSTOCK'sS Verini-
ftige, a IVrfectly Safe and Cer
ain Cure ior Wornis. Certilicates
of its efficacy can be seen at the
store of the subscriber sufficient to
satisfy the irost incredulous. We o!
ier the following as a proof ei its et
waiioi.T"N. (Ireen Co., I!'.
fMober 10ih. 184.3. 5
THIS is lo certify that I have been
si-llitif. II. A. Fahnestock's 5c Co.
Yermifi ire, lor tin last three years,
and in some r::ses, w iiriessoil the ope
ration of the a. line, and fiom what I
know of my own knowledge, and
that which has been told me by oth
ers, 1 take pleasm c in sayintr that I
have never seen, nor heard, ol any
.Medicine that has -liven " univers.-i
saiisfac.tion in this community, antl
furthermore if it was neers.-ary, I
C'tild procure fifty certificates ol its
efficacy an! success in expeoin'
JAS. F. SIMPSON. Dni-.ist.
Ma. Wm. W. iloi.-iKs. Aenl.i
P. A. F.MiNK.vroi k t Co.
I'iiisbtip.', Pa. 3
'a r m s :i s-t ! i ve B.oc; j stps .
At this season nf the jear, . bowel
complaints are always very trouble
some and fietpienl'v dan.L'erous: eve
ry family should therefore, he provi
ded with a !o i f the.-e Li z-mires,
whi -li will allay the mo, !.i I in itol i'i
tv of the bowels, lestore 'be checkct!
prispiration. stop the ih ! i'it iiin,' dis
rhaies. and n ai short time cure the
most ir.vt-teiate case ! tii.iri l.u-r ,
chn nir ilvsentery, or h il itua! loose
ness. They are ver till asiiiit In the
taste, and air sol.i at the
25 cents a box.
II. A. F;i!
1 1 Is. a etit'e l't:t eliirient c; t! a
i my-.sIv adapted lor a lan.iiy phs
ic : am
urp:.s-si 11 bv
er iiill in use. for all rases iu wl
cathartic; is indicated. Ti.cy wii!
rpri ale lh'i!n:io,!y without r : I : 1 1
Pi ice 25 cjl.'.s, !oralo containiiir
30 ( 'i s.
Pneumonic, or (''tnh I
vaiuiuie reiiitiiv inrLoiii..
Piice25i-. Coutrh I.ox. n;.res. Tln'.-e
l.ozriioes jawsrss a'l the viritics o!
the best Conirh Syrups, are conven
ient to carry iu the ( m-l et and are
very pleasant to the IlsIc. p. ice 25
l.i.jtii.I Opoib-liioi'. This j-ene.ra-
sti'eiii'ih ol the common ( hiode'dof.
mote cleanly an.l much 1
imtly a; idtfd. Tit.-e 2.) rN-.
II. A. i'ahnfsti.rl; cC C'o's i'.ye Wa
ter; for ihe cure of we.ik or nnlatued
ecs. Pu:e 25 cts.
Prepared by P.. A. Fahnestrck vt
Co., ('orner Cth t Wood Siteeis,
July 22. riusb.niirh.
CtT The above ?Jeii:rius. lor said
by II. C. Kdwaids, P. .M.. Piiwlin;
tlreeu. and hy Andrew Coeht'on, An
November 4lh, lfl-13. 1 v 1
VI a 11 tors' Tobacco Vi.rchotiso.
H 1 l-i subscribers having been ap
pointed bv the County Cnnt id
St. Louis County Iiiyjwtors of Tulxtc
rn at t.'ie Planters' Wan house are
now prepared to inspect and review
wilh despatch all tobacco sent lo the
above house, and hope by a strict and
faithful disrhar'c of their duties, to
r.ierit a continuance ol the patronage
of ihe planters. The addition, to
oether with the former house, is ca
llable of s to riii"; at least 5.000 hints.,
and its central locality will at all limes
insure to the planters the attendance
of buyers on days of sale. To those
w ho coine by warrons there is a large
waejon yard convenient and free ol
Tobacco will be received at this
warehouse on stoiajre, and when not
inspected, filly cents per hogshead
only, will be charged for sixty days
or less. Z.T. WCOI.FOI.K,'
POU T I!. FIFE.
St. Louis Jan. l'Jth, 1814.
SY0',','!:,"h'",','bJr given that the nnder
stau signed has taken out letters of Testa
mentary, on the estate of John Maxwell, Sen.
dec'il, fiom the I'lerk of County Court ot
I'iko count y, hearing date the 1st of Dec,
A. I). 1S4.'1; all persons, therefore who
have any claims uraiust the estate of said
deceased are required to exliihit the same
duly authenticated for allowance, within one
year from tho date of said letters, or thev
may be precluded from having any benefit
of said estate, and if such claims are not
presented within three yean they will b
JOHX MAXWELL, Fx'r.
December 'l, V:, 3,v.-,
THE nnilursi'ned, would respectfully i0.
form the citizens of Dowlinj Creep and
ts vicinity, that he lias just received a large
and splendid assortment of Groceries
Suqor, CoJJ'e, Tea, like, Maclxr
cl, Tar, S.il!, Puirdcr, Shot,
Lead, Nulls. c, ir.,
nil of w hich he will tell cheart for CASf.
Purchasers would do well to rive in a call.
B. B. REVNOI.DS.
April 27th, 1-4 1. 2." tr.
HEW GASH STORE,
AT ASHLEY, MO.
Til!" underi;ned bee leave to inform the
citireus of Ashley, its vicinity. aaJ all
those desirous of purchasing GOODS lo
their advantage , that thay have opened a
Store iu the aeove place, and intend keep
in tonstantly oo band a well selected as
Dry Gaols, Groceries, Queens
ir'f, Il'ird IFrre, Tin.
Ware, Roots, Slices,
and Fvery other article suitable for a Ceiim
try A'urr; which having been bought for
Cash only will therefore be disposed of at a
small advance, and we would uat iiasitata
in saving that we will sell floods as cheap
for CASH sir PilODl'CK. asthey can be.fc
taincd al any paint o.t t.'ie Titer above St.
.No r" ins shall be spared, and we will
hold nut every iuJiicriuent, to prevent the
trade from group to the river. We will pay
toe fame prices asaie p,:id at the river eith
er in (jOODS or CASH for all rood Produce
delivered at the river, if not deliveied there,
we ex; e t la discount the hauling ony .
With thcia bdvanta-19 wo hope to u.eiil a
due Fhareof public patronage.
X. U Tie PuM.: rirrd not t:.Le nr
word f.r the almv )tatrn;rit. hnt a W!-h
li.c 11 to cull ami tn conrmcH of the (rtt
ttf tire at a.i tirii.i reni!v to w our loo;Uv
an.) wo tsTtcd bnt'iire, we Kill pusitiitly
.-rll ti:t iu low a- tlii'T can tn loui;..t at
any p'fiut " tl.c rircr nhoe St. I.nriit.
Wr h:ivr n.;-!t h rrarirnicr.t t tl'i;
"hii, TJ.ncco, Wheat ir., tu utiy of ite
Siititi rn, Il.i-strin. or t ort 'n IMaikits by
erii-a, t i r; !'ri-.!,irf nt Uif r.r, fir the
i'rt't.rfiiin ce nf wh;c!i nt hiereiitlv t gixe
it) y 3Turifijtri:iiii'('r r will u!-n n.tke
!i!.t rat tifiartns oillii-r in Cash rr Jl'.refian
dirt', iiptui :inf r(irtr fiitrii-ffil lo our cure
lor j.ii.rnt. v nv cur iraonabte
i:iiTi: i.-r C .iiiiiiirsitni r.. r. ill iiu!uce
i"a:n.ir;to iiue a ctiil tirfnrf sotnir to
thrri.i-r. KViJt'K i S.
A:nl -Jt'II , Hll. :?iiJ4.
m-a 1 :: ok iih-ni til, 1
l olii.l t ol like. s
Pil:c Circiit Court, . 7 i7 Ter.n, 1614.
The following a pa it of the pio
crrdiiu? of .aid ciutt or tlie S:th day of
t-iid t rm, v .1 :
Kn.i.ci.s Watts, am! llrn.licv )
Kii-ii.;i r, A.l.i.i's. i f ric h- I
ai .Ncll.riJan.!, ilco'i! . ,'
. o l.aiiah V. il
5:i.". plaii toT. b i; IVuter. bis Attor-
Ja nrv, ar-pc.ars, arid ti
1. it.es iiot,but
t!.oi.;i ..iileitin 1
u.r.lse- ilcl'oiit. ai.d
it iioi-eaiini; Iioiii the
Sheriff's r'-turn, th-it lie defendant c"nmit
to Miiiiiaolo-d . 1 1 is ortlei i it I v ti e court
that the dclci.dai.t be r:i tified that 'I epbiin
tii: hri couiraeiiced an action of It- I t hy
Atta. tiiiient ain-thiu, ititlii. ctiil. lor
the -ii iu i f Innr l.aiulicil and tiu'ity ieveu
ilt-M.ir-, aii.i eighty four cer:l-, and ll at Ms
'.o;.i rty lis hee:i atUichcd, aud that unless
be l e anil a; ;ienr in t! is court at the next
term tn. n o! , to b.- begun and held at Ihe
C ii.il lU.ti-i- in ilovviiuj i;r en. in sai.l coun
ty of r:Li',nii the third .tjin!av of Septem
ber t:ct, ai.d ,.n or befote the third day
llicicol. j:j inent v, ill be rendend against
him, and ids proin rty sold to satifv the
same, and it is further ord red hy the court
that a copy of thi ruder be pubii-hed in
some newspaper io this M-itr. for four weeks
success,, cly, and continued.
STATi: (F MISSOfKr, s
County of . v. ' '
I. Siiiieim P. Rol-iiisuii, Cltrk of the Cir
cuit Court for said county, certify that the
foregoing is a true copy of the order,
f -.vs Witness my hand and ntticial
SEAL. si al. Pone Ht nlfice ir, li-iwlmg
f -s-.--' (Ireen, in said county, ibis lae
fills Jav of .V--T, 141.
S. P. EOBIXSON, Clerk.
.Viv l:?lb. 1-4 1 . 4w'2T.
'ATE OF MISSOI UL 1 .
Pike Circuit Court, .tpril Term, 144.
James Picket, V Ptitlt n iu
rs. Debt by at-
Jamcs Burhiidge. J taehmeut.
"TOW beie conies said plaintiff by bis
i 1 Attorney, anil the defendant being
three times solemnly caller), comes not, but
makes default ; aod it appearing by the Sher
iff's letnrn that the defendant cannot bo
found in this county. It is ordered by the
Court that the defendant be notified th.it Ihe
plaiiiliff has commenced an action of Peti
tion in Debt, by Attachment against hi:n,
for the sum of one hundred antl twenty three
dollars, and .'4 j cents anil hia property
has been attached; and that unless he ap
pear in this court, at the next term thereof,
to be begun and held at the Court House in
Bowling Creen, on the third .Vonday io
September next, on or before the third day
thereof, judgment will he rendeied against
him, anil bis property sold to satisfy the
same. And it is further ordered thata copy
hereof be published in some newspaper prin
ted in this State for four neck" successively
STATE OF MISSOURI,;
County of Pike.
I, Simeon P. Robison, Cleik of th Cir
cuit Court for said county, certify that tba
foregoing is a true copy ol Ihe order,
f s--1 Witness my hand and official sell-
Seal Pone at ofli.:e in Eowlin; Green.
-) in said county, this the 4th day oi
Vay. A U 1S44.
S. P. ROBINSON, Cleik.
.Vny I3lh,lS44. 427
OCT Don- at low rates at Pn (Wee.