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M THOMAS BATHES SATLEV.
Ti pail! yes her own lip have spoken
The sentence that bid me to part;
The tow that tbey pledged she has broken.
And with it another food heart;
Yet. though ehe whom I trusted o freely,
IIa Hindered lovet holiest tie;
The visions I cherished so dearly,
Will lire in this heart till I die!
Had I lored her lese fondly less truly.
Or given her caoae for regret.
Had I been of her notice unworthy,
We Lad parted, perhaps, is we met;
Jlut her own goilty conscience will tell ber,
My vows could not evil impart;
Every look, every word that I gave bar.
Sprang warn from its oeat in the heart!
Oh! who shall eall woman's lave lasting,
Since thus she aan canoel kit vowat
The pangs of the heart he is blasting
In ber no pity can arouse!
Then shun, era loo lata, her soft glances,
Avoid, while you way, the soft lure;
And, believe meif her Jove is thy riches.
Thou hadst better, far better be poor!
An animated Warming Pan. We
can't telljwhere the following comes
from, we find it straying about among
our exchange papers, without an ow
nei. Our readers may all have seen
and laughed at it before, but if they
have, we are quite sure a second pe
rusal will provoke a second and a
In Ireland a warming pan is called
a friar. Not many years ago an un
sophisticated girl took service in a ho
tel, in the Ftow n of . Poor
thing she had never heard of a war
ming pan in her life, thouch she reg
ularly confessed to a friar once a
It so happened on a cild and driz
zly night that a priest took lodging at
the inn. He had traveled far, and be
ing weary, retired at an early hour.
Soon after the mistress of the house
called the servant girl.
Betty, put the friar in No. 6."
Up went Betty to the poor priest.
"Your reverence must go into No.
6, my mistress says."
"How, what said he, annoyed at
"Your reverence must go into'No.
Ti L l l r . i -i .
mere was no naip ior u, ana me
uriesi iu,.j,.i', 4;a ,nwn
and went into No. 6.
la about fifteen minutes the mis
tress called to Bettv.
. "Put the Iriar in No. 4."
. Betty said something about distur
bing hie reverence, which her mistress
did not understand, So she told the
girl in a sharp voice to do as she was
directed, and she would always do
right. Ud went Bettv. and the un-
happy priest, despite of his angry
protestations, was obliged to turn out
of No. 6, and go into No. 4. But a
little time elapsed ere the girl was
told to put the friar in No. 8, and the
' - - ' . 1 . 1 . 1 t r
ririri pucsi uiiurtiug uiiii cvci y viuuy
was mad in the hous-, sturdily re
solved to quit it the next morning,
crept into the damp sheets of No. 8.
But he was to enjoy no peace there.
Betty was ngaio directed to put the
friar into No, 3, and with tears in
her eyes she obeyed. In about an
hour the landlady concluded to go to
bed herself, ana. the friar was order
ed into her room. Wondering what
it all meant, Betty roused up the
priest, and told him he mut go into
' No. 2. The monk crossed himself,
' counted his beads, and went into No.
It so happened that the landlord
was troubled with the green-eyed
monster. Going up to bed, there
fore, before his wife, his suspicions
were confirmed by seeing between
hi? own sheets, a man sound asleep.
To rouse the sleeper and kick him in
to the street was the work of a mo
ment; nor was the mistake explained
until next day, when the priest infor
med the innkeeper what outragos had
been committed upon him, and he
learned to his amazement, that he
had been serving the whole night as
a warming pan.
STATE OF.VISSOUEI, I
" untyofPike. sa
In the Couuty Court, August Term 1844.
WI LLIA M ENGLISH, executor of the
last will and testament of Joseph K.
Newton deceased, comes and files liis peti
tion for the sale of the real estate of said
eceaed, and said petition is accompanied
by a true account of his executorship, the
amouat of debts due to and Ly the deceas
ed, and remaining unpaid, and an inventory
of tie real estate, the whole verified by the
aladavit of said executor it is therefore or
dered by the conrt that all persons intercut
ed in said estate be notified hereof, and that
unless the contrary be shown, on or before
tbfi first day of the next term of this conrt.
an order will be made for the sale of said
real estate or so much thereof as will be
sufficient to pay the debts of said estate,
and further order4 that notice be tiven by
publication of tdis order io. aojae newspaper
in thus Mate for sis weeKv
A true cjpy from the. Roconl.
Teste. A. II. BUCKNE, Clark.
Per S. W. Bockneb, EL C.
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Fine Lands for Sale.
rinHE subscriber ofTers for sale, in
-- the counties of Ralls Sl Lewis,
1950 acres of fine farming Land, most
of it prairie and a part wood land, a
part of this Land in Zts county, is
on the road between Monticello and
Tully, adjoining the "Ouslry farm."
That in nails, is near the Marion lin
within a few milos of Palmyra. It i
well watered, and in every respec
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Hemp, or Wheat. It will be sol
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St. Louis. " GEO. K. BUDD,
44, Water Street.
St. Louis, Nov. Sd.1843. 2
ITIedicinc and Kiirery.
DR. WM. BOLTON, respectfully teri
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 Green, July 27, '44. 38tf.
THE undersigned, would respectfully in
form thecitisens of Bowling Green and
its vicinity, that he has just received a large
aod splendid assortment of Groceries.,
Sugar, Coff. Tea. ire, M.,rk-r-el,
Tar, Salt, Ponder, Shot.
Lead, Nails. ?fc. c,
all of whioh he will sell cheap for CASH
Purchasers would do well to give us a eall
B. B, REYNOLDS,
wf pril CTth.ltHsV tf-25
Conoty of Pike. (
In the Conoty Court, Februarv Term 1S43.
IT if ordered by the Court that the follow
ing be observed as the order of transact
ing business in thi Court at every term, vis:
Mondays and 1 desdavs, of eacb term to
ne devoted to Connty baejnei, including
Road, Revenue, rtond & Cnnal Fund, conty
and township, school funds, claims against
the county, paupers, county oftces &c.
WsDscfDavatn allowance of demands a-
gainst estate, not bavin had an anneal set-
tlement. Thushoats and Fainits, to an-
nual settlements of Administrator'. Execu-1
tors and Guaidiaos, in the order of the dock
et kept by the Clerk ; to allowing demanda
scainst estates, settled on the same day by
Administrator! and Executors. and any oth
er bu'iuess in relation to the rotates of de
ceased persons an.1 uiinof.; am )TrnArs
to And settlements sn.t Lini. ' r'iu -thereto.
A trup cot-. f"in M r .t r"? .
Teste. " "'''"KM'!; . "!frV.
r-.. W P;t(ni. K. "
Wirch I lh. 1-1 4. li-:f
I WOULD inti-rm tlnf wh- ii! v,
W..o l.i carr). ttiat I !i V- r:nlt'(i
all 'Iih v f)"l li.iri.i. ni il I : fn
vndv to (n.m on s'.iori .. ! i"or nil
who may li:ivc wo.il to
M RT1N ST M.l' Y.
Ahlev, Jiih ?0tt, 1844. I 37.
NEW CASM JTS Es
AT ASt.LKY. .Vi
HIE undenisiird h-a lre to itil.xu. ti e
cititensof Ahlj. it ,.. all
thoe deirnu of piirnliKiiur i(X' to
their advnntsge , thnt they have opened a
Sture in the above )lnce. anil iiituil koep-
i iic tontianiiy on iiitnii a wvu riruiu ji" i
.1 1 I ll .-J
Dry God Is, Grncncs. Qwens
Ware, Hard Ware, Tin
Ware, Hoofs. Shoes,
,nd Every otiier ailicle .iiitahla for a Coun
try Store; which linvinc lii-ru bonxlit fur
Cut: only will thrrrfnre he iliit at it
mall advancr, and we would n-it :iritl
in "nyinit that we will ell (.umU as rtu ai
fur CASH or PltODlU'R. thrv run he h
tHined at riy print on lhe river above Si
N pains hall ie npureii, and wo wii!
hold out evey iinlurrinrnt In prevtint thr
trade from eoinc to lhe river. W r wiM pay
the lame priet aare pnid l the rivrr i .th
er in HOODS or CASH for all find Proiturr
delivered at the rivr, if not ilrliveinl tlii-re.
we eipect to aVsreunf the hauling ony
With these advantages se tope to merit a
due shsreof public pntmiiiiir.
N B The Piililic need nut luke our
word for the bi talemrnt". but we wih
them to mil and he citn.in.. i -t .u- f.t
we are at all time, rrady tn vhow our (iooiI.
anil we stated before, we war ill pntilirrly
sell ll.eui liiw lh-y can he bought ml
mnff point on the rirer above t. Lowia .
We hw U. in'i'l.' ..rr-irp enient. ta hip
Hemp Tokneta. HTieat, .V r. In any of lhe
eVintlierfi, Kailern. or Koreifti Mri-i hy
deliverinj the Prodnre at lhe rirer. for the
performance of which we are ready to cive
any leeurity reqnired. We will mUo luake
liberal adraneei either in CaiK or Mrrehan
diae. upon nny articles entrusted to our care
for shipment We hope our reainniih'e
rharjfp. for Cmniilion Ac., will induce
Farmen to pive us a call before emir to
the river. BMrK SON
April 211th, 144 itin-'t.
Recnlar aei-weki Pce4.
The New, Light ilrnught, swift run
N. CAMERON, Mtini
Wl' l, leave Sl. I.oui'on .Vnn'Jays nnd
Thnrdnv a 4 n'clorlc. r. M. Re-
Inriiine willlenve Keokiik,T,inilayinnd
FriH.vaat Tio'cloi-k. r. Mw,f..w nil 1-,
exandriaat6 Tnllv a' itd I arrange i
I f$ oVIork. r. M., tanie dav Qilinc iin
Wpdneilay anil SalnrilMy at S nVlnrh .
. Mminn Cit 9 a. . tfniii.it'.! 10.
a Louisiana nt S r u and 'liirkville at ;
4pm me dv. :
The DIR VKR ViN havir.r tin ei: h.ii't
r-t f.onia. earrfsalv fmr tUr tr.itle.wilh vinct
rinr acrominoda':nii ft I'i..".kc rs nnil he- t
inc of verv lih sl.a:i(h:. i.i.p-r- a-l P J '
enter" can relv nti -n her I'ci-. pn.mni. wnd 1
cotiliniiinir tier tripe dnrii.r 'hr cut ia -ri 'n.
raenceri will plrae he oi. bf.nril jI IK
hour advertised, a. th howl will in no cf
he dctair.ert beyond that time.
US. IHNNA. Ae'r.
xt Ort 1 .1,
theshares, can be-accTn.n,7iJ.ri
and I will he responsible for ah hides
.loli.i,.- ;n rwwl ..ror .ml if .!..
j : .1 a i ...:n if
aLrl ! Uic niiia I villi uinu Hi vfrn
! to make pood, and pay all neglect
!or f.ilure nn mv part.
All leather transactions since the
7th of Octoher last w ill be attended
TN 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 with it, he can get in
formation by enquiry at the Radical Of
r. ti. .. -ii i:u. ll .1
UG. s lie ,r ... iioc, , r. wa u
any one who will put lum on the "right.
cent for Us recovery.
Bowling -Green, Oct. 19. tf-50
STATE OF MISSOURI, 1
on Noix Creek, a-
boutthe middle of
April last, a two
'year old, black Filley, large size. She
had on the left fore pasterin joint a small
Jump hind legs rather more straight
than is usual. Whoever will return or
give information to the subscriber where
m b- fonnd 6haj u
. . 'AmA ft., it.-.:- 1.....I.1-
Sept. 28th, 1844.
The dim of Cheapness!
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puciion to ValfiHine Vox; which work
alonp rendreH the Hosion Notion
wheii i' was first estuhlithrd the most
popular weekly in tlie I'nited States.
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Ry tlie author of 'Yaleiiiine Vox
lhe Vrntrili-oiiit.' The clmptera
ench week ai embi-llished with a
highly finiil ed illustration rep-reient-int;
tfie humorous scenes in the work.
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essentially humorous; but as the thrill
ine as well as the laughter-moving
scenes a Smoriibu!ist may create
are innumerable, the object proposed
i to excite alternately the deepest in
terest and the most joyous mirth, by
,i n,,,ir.Val of the extraonlinnrw nr..
, - . '
i'ions in which a man who acts u
on 'na .ii'-amainay be placed, and the
lordly ridiculous terror he may in-
k ri' iitri
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il wii r.e oiore in(iular than wits
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ATTOItNRY AT LAW,
SWT"''' t',""r' nny biisiP,, entrusted
f j , y
K.1Ut nk(Ji MontgolnerT nJ LincoIn coun.
Marth Otk, 1844, 10 tf.
. Th Masonic CoUege ef RUiHOUTi.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The enerl Assembly or the State of
Jfiiouri, iC February., 1843, incorporated
the Grand LoJe o' the State, by law, with
power to purebns bo,i o' educationa
purposes fifty thouijnd dollars worth of real
ert.te.and also to establi'h nJ c,on'ro
Asylum for destitute cbiY'I'en,!"! a School
and College of Learning tC the Education
of youth in Virtue and Scien.ce- 1 b' "c
of the Legislature ws, by the 0nd L??t
t the annual convocation in Octot.'eri '4y?
accepted; and property has been puro.n,e
consiitins; of a farm of over 800 acres, iTear
Palmyra, the county-seat of Marion couu
ty , and 47U acres, aituate in tbe ferae coun
ty, twelve miles from Palmyra, containing
the (Allege Ihiildinrrs, of ample dimensions
ta nffnrd accommodation far on hucaresl
The College is situate eighteen miles
from the 3fiiMipai Rivar, id one of the
oio.l heaulifiil. fertile and healthy section,
of the ftatt, and in the midst of a moral,
reliii and induitrious population .
At lhe ineating of the Grand Lodge in
April (int.) tl.o institution was organised
by the adoption of a coda of Vy-Laws for
it. Governuirat, (which will ha published in
due tiuio. uai th election of requisil (p-
rera aurl Proteaaors. J WoitSiingtoa Kmitb,
A.N. ant J li. M.oftho Grand Lodge of
Viiinia. unauiaaaly olectad Praai
ilrut of the t wlkgr, aod A- Patterson, oVo,,
of Fayette, Mo, was uoaoiiaously elected
Pruicijl of the Asylum and Pieparatwry
School. To those geutlauieB the duties of
government and instruction will be cocf ded,
until the number of ftudeuis shall require
Col. J J MonU-ooaery of Psrayra, baa
tahen charge of the Kal'actnry, and will
provide u:id furnish Hoarding for the stu
dents. To place ill.in the reach of all the means
,-,f ranral culture.and instruction in seienco,
at the cheapest possible ra'e, has bersi the
most anxious desiia of ti e Giaiid Lodge.
The price of hoard and tuition a therefore
put down as low as it can be afforded.
Tuition in the Preparaory JJepartnient
will t 1
Per seion of Ave months, $ 'n WI
and in tl.e Crllrie Department, 15 00
Kor hoaidifg, a-hirg, faol and
light, per Orel. 1 00
Hoard and Tuition fees payable in ad
vance for each seim. No toition tma will
he charged for students eent by lhe Lodge.
Kacb Madent will furnish his own ait.
hoddina. stalinsrarv ami hooh;olso a piftcb-
er, wanti-bowl and brushes, for his osra oa.
For tliesake ofrceot.o.v, it desirable that
tho outer caranrnts of the students should
he of hlae or grey casinet or cloth .
Sluilenli will ha received on end after the
lUlh d.-iy of May 14'. and it ia desirahla
tnat the several Lodges, parenteiiit guagrli-
kns, who deasre to place students in this in
stitution, will do ao soon as pos.ible, that
tho clnaaea auay bo adaentafeoti'ly arraoai
el, and t) necessary provisions ua4e for
their instruction and comfort.
For the mora I and reiii.;..t..,oiir.n nf
the youth, she Cars torn of the College will
provide public preaching at the Hall nn eve
ry Sanbath. The duties of eaca day will
te hrcun and ended with wonklp. eonitin
of reading a portion nf Scripture, singina
and prayer. The scriptures are made the
third book to he used hv the student, in class.
No meie sectarian doctrine of religion is tn
he tanftit or iucalculaled, either directly
By the act of incorporation, this Colleie
possesses the power to confer the usual lite
rarv dcgrrOs on anch as may merit them.
and they will conferred in pursuance of
inch rules as the Faculty may provide.
ii the pieparatory school such branches
of l. aminc will be taught as era necessary
fur qualification to enter college. And
in the Collegiate department, all such other
branches of asarnina and science as shall
constitute a thorough and Iniinod collegiate
The .Vssonic Fraternity ol . fission", hav
ing encaged with ardor and seal in tho
great cans of Education of youth having
at a period of great financial pressure and
embarrassment, pnrchesed this large amount
of property, and thus provided for the ac
commodation of a Faculty and students,
and having organised the instintion and pro
vided for its snpoort the public may rest
assured that the establishment is permanent
that hoth the desire and the ability to
perpetunte 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 he patronized.
The Grand Lodge, having obtained the
services of Jfessrs . Smith and Patterson,
they are presented to the public as gentle
men of the first respectability for virtue, a
hility and learnin;; to whose care the in
struction of vouth mar he safely entrusted
P. II McllRII)F..G. M.
T. I.. ANUKRSON.
S. W. R. CARSEGfiV, r. o.m
April 25, 144
Her shire Pijrs.
TESSE R. SMITH, would inform the
public, that he has en hand, and will
be constantly supplied with full blooded
IScrkslure 1 igs, and will dispose of them
nn liberal term to smeh na nrn ilpairntia
0f improving their stock of Ho-s. His
1 breeders were purchased in New Jcr-
. sev and Illinois
Ashley, March, 29th, 1844. lyJJi
MOTICE is hereby gi.vPB that the nn.
dersigned hf.s lion out letters of Ad
ministration o.n the. estate of I. C. M. Par
sons, dcctasei' lata of Pike Countv.
Missoi'ri, bearing date the 10th day of
I'r.oiier All persona, therefore, in
debted to the eitnte of said deceased, are re
quested to make immediate payment; and
all persons having claims against said estate
are requested to exhibit them properly au
thenticated, within one year from the date
of said letters, or they may be precluded
from having any benefit of said estate, and
if said claims are not presented within tbree
years, they will be forever barred
JAS W. CAMPBELL, . , ,
SAMUEL PIIARR, Adinre.
October 12b, 1844. 3w4ft
B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge
A Sure Remedy for Worms.
U A. rAliiJUUiVS Vermi
? fuge, a Perfectly Safe ap,t Cer
gjn tre for Worms. Certificates
of it efi"cy can be saen ,l tn
star of the subscriber sufficient to
satisfy the rrost jncreolou. We oU
ler the following a a p.'oof f its ef
Crh.olton, Green Co., x. 'n.
October 10th, 1843.
THIS is to certify that I have beerr
selling 13. A. Fahnestork's & C.
Vermifi ge, lor the last three years.
nd in some cases, witnessed the ope
ration of the same, and from what f
know of my pwp knowledge, and
that which has been told me bv oth
ers, I take pleasure in saying that I
have never seen, nor heard, ol any
Medicine that has given so universa
satisfaction in this community, and
furthermore, if it was necessary, I
could procure fifty certificates ol its
efficacy and success in expelling
JAS. P. SIMPSON, Druggisu
Mr. Win. W. Holmes. Agent.)
B. A. Fahnf-stoci &. Co,
Ca rati Mi tire Lozenges.
At this season ef the year, bowel
complaints are always very trouble
some anil frequently dangerous: eve
ry family should therefore, be provi
ded with a bo i of these Lozenges,
which will allay the mot bid irritabili
ty of the bowels, restore the checked
perspiratun, stop the debilitating dis
charges, and in a short time cure tho
must inveterate case of diarrhree,
chronic dysentery, or habitual loose
ness. They are very pleasant to the
taste, and are sold at tbe low price of
85 cents a box.
I). A. Fahnestock'a Anti-Billious
Pills, a gentle but efficient cathartic,
expressly adapted ior a family phys
ic; and are not surpassed by any oth
er pill in use, for all cases in which a
cathartic is indicated. They will
operate thoroughly without griping.
Ptice 25 cents, for a box containing
Pneumonic, or Cough Balsam, a
valuable remedy for Coughs fc Colds.
Pi ice 25c. Cough Lozenge. These
Lozenges possess all the virtues f
the best Congh Syrups, are conven
ient to carry in the pocket and are
very pleasant to the taste. Price 25
Liquid Opodeldoc. This penetra
ting article possesses double the
trength of the common Opodeldoc, is
more cleanlv and much more conven
iently applied. Price 55 cts.
ii. A. r ahnestock at Co s ve V a-
ter; for the cure of weak or inflamed
eves. I'ice 25 cts.
Prepared by B. A. Fabnestock At
Co., Corner 6th fc Wood Streets,
July 22. Pittsburgh.
OCT The above Medicins, for sale
by II. G. Edwards, P. M., Bowling
Green, and by Andrew Cochron, Au
November 4th, 1 843. ly 1
Planters' Tobacco Warehouse.
rTHE subscribers having been ap
pointed by the County Court of
St. Louis County 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, to
merit 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 buyers on days of sale. To those
who 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, fiftv cents per hogshead
Qftly, will be charced for sixtv days.
or less. Y.. T. wuui.KOLK.
KOiTT B. FIFE,
HIRAM SHAW, Jr.
St. Louis Jan. 19th, 1844.
STKAYED from Henry Fagan'a
in Ralls countv. on or about the
10th May last, a light bay horse.
six years old, fifteen hands and one
inch nign, no mams wun tn excep
tion of a lew white spots on the back,
caused by the saddle. He may be
distinguished by a rather short back,
fine neck, weU turned smooth hip
and broad stifle. The undersigned
will pay $i to any one whi will
rr'ive him information at PayBesville,
Pike connty where said Worse can
be found. ' JAMES FAG AN.
July 20thv,844. 37.