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"TOUCH S GENTLY.. TIME"
Br BAHBV COItNWSIX.
This bcautifu! prayer must have been breath
ed from Dairy Cornwall's heart, while sitting
it iiia quiet Gte-side, looking to tho face of
liia sweet wife, and racking the cradle of his
Tonch ua gently. Time:
Let ua glide down thy stream
Gently as ire sometimes glide
Through a quiet dream!
Humble voyajer are we,
Husband, wife, end children three:
One ia lost an angel fled
To the azure overhead!
Tnuch ua gently. Time:
We've not proud nor soaring wings;
Our ambition, our content,
Lies in little things.
Humble royagera are we,
O'er life'a dim, unsounded sea,
Seeking only seme calm clime:
Touch ua gently, gentle Time!
Buttles on the. Sabbath. The anni
versary of Waterloo, which result
ed in the downfall of Napoleon, was
commemorated with the usual pomp
and splendor, at Apsley House, the
residence of the Dokenf Wellington,
on the 18th of June. The "hero of
tin hundred buttles," the Duke of
Wellington, entertained in princely
style the officers who fought tinder
him on that memorable occasion.
This great battle, which threw hall
ot Britain into mourning, was fought
on the Sabbath. Napoleon, who be
gan this terrible conflict with the ar
mies of the allied pow ers, might have
been defeated if the Kittles had been
commenced and fought on any other
day. It was Siibbtitli breaking on a
great scale, but none the more justi
fiable because nations and annies
were engaged in it. deat men and
military men. of whom it has been
said of the latter, "they know no
Sabbath," are no niorejustified in vio
lating the Sabbith on a large scale
than on a small one, no more than the
most humble in the land.
The battle of Waterloo was fought
on the Sabbath, and Napoleon, who
hegnn it was, defeated. The battle
of New Oi leans was also fought on i
the Sabbath, in which the British ar
my, who began the battle, were de
feated with terrible slaughter. The
naval battle fought by Commodore
McPonough with the British fleet on
Lake Chamnlnin. took p!ace on the
Sabbath. The British began the at
tack and were defeated, although
their force was greatly superior to
that of the American. The differ
ence was so great, that it was a mat
ter of wonder that a small American
force should have been obis to cap
ture a force so "reatly its superior.
Here then are three battles, not to
name more, which were fought on
the Sabbath and in each c;i'se the
firce which began the attack were
defeated. The coincidence is strik
ing; however it be accounted for.
Wonderful Good Fortunes. Tiie
Philadelphia Spirit of the Times says,
our readers 'will probably recollect a
youns Yankee named Coleman who,
f ir a long time, barely made a sub
sistence in this city, by teaching peo
ple to play on the accordion. He af
terwards patented a sort of lyrenc
cot di n, and finally added an 'Eloni
an at! :hintnt"' to the patent which
.cied much notice. This por
yw.z fellow has suddenly sprancin
to r fTl jence and fame! In New York
S ! 00.000 has been agreed to be paid
him or his improvement of the piano,
;irnl in London, where he is now, he
his become the lion of the day, and
it i. said that he will receive half a
'M ion of dollars for his patent there,
besmes being petted by the nobility
of Great Britain.
Cenunly of Pike.
!u thr OoTiitfT Court, August Term Ic44-
WILLIAM ENGLISiI,eveciitorof the
Ut wiii and testament of Joseph K.
Newton ileoen.ee!, comes nnd files Itis peti
tion for the sale of the real estate of said
decrarr d, and said petition is accompanied
hy a true account of hi executorship, the
inn'iat of debts doe to nnd by the deoem
i'l,nml remaining nnpaid, ami an inventory
of tl" real estate, the whole verified by the
iCi:!:ivt :f said executor: it is therefore or
'ietc.I by the court that all persons interest
el in sp.i:! etate be notified hereof, and that
nnle.s Hie contrary be shown, on or before
thfi first day of th next term of this court,
n order will he made for the sale of said
re;:l es'ato or so much thereof as wilt he
sufficient to pay the debts of said estate,
id further ordered that notice be given by
r":k!i'.alior of tdis order in tome newspaper
in tio' S!;ite for six week.
A trne capv from thai Record.
Tote. ' A. H. BL'CKNER. Clerk.
Per S. W. BucKNta, D. C.
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A.M'M AKIN & B. HOLDEN,
Publishers, No. 97, Chesnut St.,
Fine Lands for S.'tle.
THE subscriber offers for sale, in
the counties of Halls & Iewis,
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 the road between Monticello and
Tully, adjoining the "Ousley farm."
That in Halls, is near the Marion line
within a few miles of Palmyra. 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 know n
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St. Louis. GEO.K.BUDD,
44, Water Street.
St. Ixiuis, Nov. 3d, 1843. 2
Medicine nnd Surgery.
DR. WM. BOLTON, respectfully ten
ders to the public, his professional
services in the various branches of Med
icine and Surgery.
He may be found, when not profes
sionally absent, at the residence of Dr.
Crane in Bowling Green, till further no
tice is given.
Bowling tireen, July '11, '44. 38tf.
THE undcrsi-ned, would respectfully in
form thecilizen ol Howling (.reenand
its vicinity, that he ha. jul received a laree
ind splendid assortment of Croceries
Sugar, Cojff, Tea, lire, Mnrh r
el, Tar, Salt, Powder, Shot,
J ad, Nuih. tifc, oc.
aa s ' i a I tl I C f- A m w
Purchasers would do well to rise us a 'call. I
V. B. REYNOLDS.
JtftU 27th,1844. tf-25
In the Count) Court, February Term 143.
Jf T is onii-reri by the Court that the follow
asai in.: obiTvr.i n theurder ot" transnct-
ins business m tiiif Cniirt at every term, via:
. np ' '
iimiivs ai:l Tl r j. AVs, of ench term to
voir 1 to f ;i: tit r bn-itu iiiriudiiii:
Ui.ads. rO'veree, Moiid & f 'niuil t'und. coitv
! ., ,
i and tiiwiin pihKiil futui. claims ngnm!
the rniinly, p:ll"Ts. :niu-ty ollici's Vc .
vVj:nNKinATs t ullownnre ot" drnianiis
gainst ette lint hiving hail an animal set
tlement. Thur8im4 ami Fsintva, to an
nual settlement of Ailnn'iiitrntors, Execu
tors and Gnarilians, in the nnler of the dork
et kept hy the Clerk; In allowing demand
aeainst estate, settled on the pame day by
Administrators and Executor', and any oth
er business in relation to the estates of de
ceased person and minors; and SatxRoays
to find settlements and business relating
A true copy from the record .
Teste. A. II. BIK'KNKR. Clerk.
PcrS. VV Ilui'KNKR, 1.C
March 11th, 11-'J. 10 tf
WOULD inform those who have
Wool to card, that I h:' ve carded
all the wool on hand, and I nm now
ready to card on Miorl notice lor all
who may have wool to card.
Ashlev, July 20th, IG44. Iw37.
AT ASHLEY, MO.
rillIE uiulcrsinrd bee h ave to inform the
A citiritisof A ililej , its vicinil, , nll'l all
tline iloii.nis of purrhiisini: (JOt)DS to
their advantage , tbnt they he onetied a
Store in the abnve pliice, nnd intend keep
in; constantly on hand n well selected as
Dry Goods, Groceries, Qwenj
irTre, Hard Wr; Tin
Ware, Boots. Shoes,
ami Every other nit:le mt thin tjr .1 Culm
try Store; whi h bavin: hem h.n-U fur
Cat only will tnerefure he di-po-ed til nt a
small advance, nnd wh would nt iisitle
in sayini; that we will sell Co.wl-ns rhenp
for C ASH or I'KDUl'CK. nath. v ran he ob
tained at ant point on thr river above St.
No pains shall be spared, nnd we will
hold out evcy iiidiieeiiient. to prevent the
trade from tfoin to the river. We will pay
the tame prim as are pi: id i, t the river eith
er in GOODS or CASH for nil (.-nod Produce
delivered at the river, if not drliteied there,
we eipect to discount the hauling oiify .
With these advaiilaKes we hope to merit a
due share of public piitrnnntre.
N. 11 Th Pfiitiir m-rti not lake our
word for the alu.ve t;i1friirTil, hut hi wi-h
thpm to cull an. I hp convincrd uf li.r I'urf,
we are at nil timt rrndy to lmw our (inntl,
and a wetntrd brforr, wr will jtsitirrly
p thrm 119 low n tlirj crti hr hotiht at
any point on thr river nbovr S. f.otiin .
We !in;n lo ninde hrraiirmrnt t hip
FFemp9 Tuba em, Itlteat, .Vc. tu any of I he
Sonttirrn. Kntrrn, or Korr:tti M;ir!tffl by
drlivering the IVodnrr nt tfir rivrr. for thr
prrfnrir.:iirp of which w arrrrsidy to tive
any irrurify rf(mtA. Wr mil nl-o nmk I
librral adrnnrti pit her in Cash t-r .V- rrhan
rfirr, upon nnv arti:lr rntrti'trd to our r
for shipnipnt Wc hop njr rrisrii:ah!
t-hflrpet far CunmiHton V r will itiiturr
Furmrri to pive un call hrforr eoioir tu
thcrirrr. UMM'K A SUV
April Uh, 144. :WJ4.
tegular semi-ueekly racket,
7Vt? AVir, Light trtitto-hti swift run
N. CAMERON, Master
VTTlI.I. leave St. I.oiii. on .Voii'la t ainl
STATE OF MISSOUP.I,
County of Pike.
Thursdav as 4 o'rlork. r.
atfio'rloca, p.m., sau.e ilnv. thinner on
Wednesdays and Sstiirilnvs ;it M o'cloi k a,
. Marion City at 9 a.m. Mimnih-il nt 10,
a m I.om'sinna nt ."! r i nnd I luiksviile at
4 T M same day.
The i!i; V:,K) Iinvi. i be rr ' nilt i
St I.ouis, expre-a.y far the trni! -,i'li -uprt
rior areommoda'itiiis for rasseiiL' rs. and ie
innf very lisbt J anclil, I'il'per-anil I'as I
eneer ran rely upon her beinir prompt, and .
PsiiinffprR n-iil nlense tie fin linnrd nt the
hour advertised, as Hie bout will in no casi
he detail. rj bi'Vond tht time.
JAS. IIANN A, Ae't.
Miireh ?0. 141. 1.
THE tmder-ii:ti'il hnvinu purchas
ed the Tan Yard, for; ierl v own
ed by O. S. .lennin-je, np;ir Bowlin
Gret-n, and having procured a t'oml
Eastern Tanner, intend cjirryini'on
:he business in -.Mod -'vie, an I b'-t-tor
than it ever has I rn W- in
tend lo keep, at
rxclnn;!' fir h:d
ini; to have i'.i
. I. I'll
i in. ii l"i I . !
for :,b lii.l, s
delivered in good order. nd if C-mi-aged
in tin- ynrl. 1 will hind n.ys If
t make good, i nd r''y all r.eg'ect
or failure on mv par'.
A'l leather tiatis u'liorn since tin
7 ill of October ins l 'A It; ulifniied
t by me.
March 2lf. 10,4. 3m 20.
1 N this Town, some ten days since, a !
SILVER WATCH. If the person
who has picked it up, is at a loss to
;know what to do wiih it, he can get in
j formation by enquiry at the Radical Of
fice. The owner will liberally reward
aanwr AHA tl' hrt U' ill rttlt him An I ha
" V " "
i i r
seem ioi- io. recovery.
Bowling-Green, Oct 19.
inursiiay a- 1 o rioru. r. m. ue- j (j excite ill tei n;nei v me neepesi in
nine will leave Ke"k.ik,Tl.nr'd!iysjd . ,PI,.st .in,j t,e ,n()st jV0US lliirlll, by
J, at rroVloek, r. --'.r.j.w nnd 1- ,(, ,M,rlrava ,. ,,e ...XtMordinarV po
flna at 0 I ullv at " :uid l.iiKranire I ' i i i
on Noix Creek, a-
bout the middle of
April last, a two
year old, black Filley, large size. She
had on the left fore nasterin joint a small
lump hind less rather more straight'
than is usual. Whoever will return or
give information to the subscriber where
said Filiey may be found, shall be suita
bly rewarded for their trouble.
Sept. 28th, 1844. tf 47
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panion to Valentine Voi:; which work
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By the author of ''Valentine Vox,
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inir tho humorous scenes in the work.
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SS ntiahy hiiMiorotis; but as the thrill
ing as wpj us t!te laughter-movinii
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Valentine Vox.'" I' is now in course
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ther paper in its publication.
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ii e tin harbor of Triumphant Suc-
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EWANT in navment of ub-
nt ltn fiffv v ctvlv nnitn(a rf
"vi '-'asj in' j niAij ui'UHUO VI I
Lord some l,orn Meal, and Bacon,
Flour and Baiter we will pay for the
. above named articles the market price
Radical Office, Nov. 14th, 1844.
The Masonic College of Missouri.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The General Assembly of the Stat of
Jlfiasonri. in Febrnasv. 143. incorporated
tl,P Grand Lodge of theState, by law, with
power to pnrchase and hold for educational
purposes 6ftj thoosand dollai worth of real
estate, and also to establish and control an
Asylum for destitute children, aa.l a feaool
and College of Learning for the Education
of youth in Virtue oud Science. This act
of the Legislature vas, by the Grand Lodgr,
at the annual convocatian in October, 1843,
accepted; and property has been purchased,
consisting of a farm of over 800 acres, near
Palmyra, the county-seat of Mario coun
ty , and 470 acres, situate in the tame coun
ty, twelve miles from Palmyra, containing
the College Buildings, of ample dimensions
ta afford accommodation for one hundred
The Colleca is situate eighteen miles
from the Mississippi River, in one of the
moit beautiful , fertile and healthy section,
of the State, nnd in the midst of a moral,
rclifriotis and industrious population .
At the mectine of the Grand Lodge io
pfil (inst,) the institution was organised
hy the ndoption of a code of By-Laws for
its fluvernment, (which will be published in
due time, and the election of requisite Offi
cers anrl Professors. J. Warthinglon Smith,
A. M. and G. M.of the Grand Lodge of
Virginia, was unanimously olected Preii
dent of the College, and A. Patterson, Esq,
of Fayette, Mo , was unanimously elected
Principal of the Asylum and Pieparatory
School. To those gentlemen the duties of
government nnd instruction will be confided.
Until the number of students shall require
Col. J J Montgomery of Tamyrn, has
taken charge of the Refectory, nnd will
provide nnd furnish Hoarding for the stu
dents. To place withinthe reach of all the means
of moral culture, and instruction in science,
at the cheapest possible rale, has been the
most anxious desire of the Grand Lodge.
The price of honrd and tuition s therefore
put dnwn as low as it can he afforded.
Tuition in the Preparatory Department
Per session of 6ve mnptiis, $10 00
nnd in the Ceilege Department. 15 00
Kur boarding, washing, fuel null
light, per week. 00
Board and Tuition fees payable in ad
vance for each session. No tuition fee will
he charged fnr students sent hy the Lodges.
Each student will furnish bis own bed,
bedding, stationary and books ;nlso a pitch
er, wash-bowl and brushes, fnr his own nse.
For thesnke of economy, it is desirable that
the outer garments of the students should
be of bine or grey casinet or clotb.
Students will be received on and after the
Mih ili.y of May l"'4-1, and itis desirable
that the several Lodges, parentsand guagdi
an, who iteiire to place students in this in
stitution, will do so as soon as possible, thnt
the cliitses may be advantageously nrrang
ed. and ti e necessary pinvisions made for
their instruction and comfort.
For the moral and religious instruction of
file youth, the Cnratnrsof the College will
provide public preaching at the If all on eve
ry Sahbatn. The duties of eacn day will
he begun anil ended with worship, consisting
of rending a portion of Scripture, singing
amlprayei. The scriptures are made the
third honk to he used by the itudrnts in class
Xo mere sectnrinn doctrine of religion is to
be taught or iucalculated, either directly
Ity tho act of incorporation, this College
pnsses.es t,e power to confer the usual lite
rary diari es on such as may merit them.
niol they will4 conferred in pursuance of
such inlet as the r acuity may provide.
In the preparatory school such branches
of learning will be taught as are necessary
fnr a qualification to enter college. And
in the Collegiate department, all such oths-r
liranrhes of learning and si ienre as shall
constitute a Ihorouzli and finished collegiate
The JVrfsonic Fratrrnity of .Vnsitiri, hnv- ,
in engiigen wnn arum anil seal in me
great rnii"e of Kdiicntion of youth having
at a period of great financial pressure and
embarrassment, purchesed this large amount
of property, and thus provided for the ac
commodation of a Faculty and students,
and hnving organized the instill! ion and pro
vider! for its support the public may rest
assured that the establishment is permanent
that both the desire and the ability to
perpetuate the institution are possessed by
them, and that neither labor nor expense
will be wanting to make it a school of the
greatest usefulness, in the advancement of
morals, learning and science, to those by
whom it may be patronized.
The Grand Lodge, having obtained the
services of JVessrs. Smith and Patterson,
they are presented to the public as gentle
men cf the first respectahility for virtue, a
bility nnd learning : to whose care the in
struction of vnntli mav he safely entrusted.
P. II McltRinrc.G. M.
T. L. AXDF.RSON.
S. W. D. CARNEGGV, r. a.m.
April 2S, 144
Her shire I'isrs.
JESSE R. SMITH, would inform the
public, that he has on hand, and will
be constantly supplied with full blooded
Ilerksihire rigs, and will dispose orthem
on liberal terms to such as are desirous
of improving their stock of Hogs. His
breeders were purchased in New Jer
sey and Illinois.
Ashley, March; 29th, 1844. Iy21
NOTICH is hereby iriven that the un
dersigned has taken out letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of 1). C. M. Par
sons, deceased, late of Pike County,
Missouri, bearing date the 10th day of
October 1S43. All persons, therefore, in
debted to tho estate of snid deceased, are re
quested to make immediate paymeut;and
all persons having cluims agninst said estate
ire requested to exhibit them properly au
thenticated, within one year from the date
of said letters, or they may be precluded
from having any bene6t of said estate, nnd
if said claims are not presented within three
years, they will be forever barred
JAS W. CAMPBELL, ) ,
SAMUEL PIIARR, AUror '
October I.'th, 184 L 34.9.
15. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge.
A Sure Remedy for Worms.
U A. FAHNESTOCK'S Vermi.
fogeT a Perfectly Safe and Cer
ain Cure for Worms. Certificates
of its efficacy can be seen at the
store of the subscriber sufficient tor
gatisfy the rrost incrtdulous. We of.
fer the following as a preof of its ef
Carholtcv, Green Co., III.,)
October 10ih, 1843.
THIS is to certify thai 1 have been.
selling B. A. Fahnestoek's & Co
vermifi ge, for the Inst three years.
and in some cases, witnessed the one-.
ration of the same, and from what i
know of my own knowledge, and
that which has been told me by oth
ers, I take pleasure in snying that I
have never seen, nor heard, ol anyr
Medicine that has given so nniversa
satisfaction in this community, antf
., -I -. -
mrinermorc, u it was necessary, I
coulu procure fifty certificates of its
efficacy and success in expelling
JAS. F. SIMPSON, Druggist.
Mr. Wm. W. Holmf, Agent.)
B. A. Fahnkstock &. Co.
At this season of the year, bowel
complaints are always very trouble
some and frequently dangerous: eve
ry family should therefore, be provi
ded with n box of these Lozenges,
which will allay the mm bid 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 diarrhrre,
chronic dysentery, or habitual loose
ness. They are very pleasant to tne
taste, and are sold at the low price oi
25 cents a box.
B. A. Fahnestock's A n ti-Billions--Pills,
a gentle but efficient cathartic,,
expressly adapted for a family phys
ic; and are not surpassed by any oth
er pill in ue, for all cases in w hich a
cathartic is indicated. They wilL
operate thoroughly without gripinp
Pi ice 25 cents, for a box containing
Pneumonic, or Cough Balsam, a
valuable remedy for Coughs & Colds
Price 25c. Cough Ix)zc nges. These
lozenges possess all the virtues of
the best Cough Syrups, are conven
ient to carry in the pocket and are
very pleasant to the taste. Trice 25
Liquid 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.
B." A. Fahnestock & Co's Eye Wa
ter; for the cure of weak or inflamed
Prepared by B. A. Fahnestock &,
Co., Corner 6th & Wood Streets,
(Kr The above Medicins, for sab
by II. 0. Edwards, P. M., Bowling
Green, and by Andrew Cochron, Au
November 4th. 1843. 1v 1
Planters' Tonacco Warehouse.
rTllIE subscribers having been a p-
-- pointed by the County Court of
St. Louis Counly Inspectors of Tobac
co at the Planters' Warehouse, are
now prepared to inspect and review
with despatch all tobacco sent to the
above house, and hope by a strict and
faithful discharge of their duties, fo
ment a continuance ol 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 buy ers on days of sale. To, thos
who come by wagons there is a largfr
wagon yard convenient and1 free of
Tobacco will be received at this
warehouse on stoiage, and when not
inspected, fifty cents per hogshead
only, will be charced for sixty day
or less. Z. T. WOOLFOLK,
ROOT B. FIFE,
St. Louis Jan. 19th, 1844.
S TRAYED fronrIIenry Fagan'
in I?.illa ("niintv. on nr srmnt tdi.
10th May last, a light bay horse,
six years eld, fifteen hands and one
inch high, no marks with the excep
tion of a few white spots on the back,,
caused by the saddle. He maybe .
distinguished by a rather short back,
fine neck, well turned smooth hip
and broad1 stifle. The undersigned
will pay $5 to any one who will
give him information at Pay nesville,
Pike county where said horse can i
be found. JAMES FAGAN. )
July 20th, 1844. " 37.