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The University of the State ok.
Missouri. Some davs since, when,
condensing for publication the Gov-
ernors Message we cut out that por-.
tion referring to the University, as de-
sn vinsi from its character and impor-
,.n, e a special paragraph. Tne clip-
,,.ng was m.sh.td, an.l has jus chaftc-;
ed under our eve. ;
The Message represents this insti
tution'as heinj ut the present time
in a condition fju'ne deplorable if not
disgraceful to the State, on w hose en
dowments it relies for support. Ti e
State, it seems, some time since, in
vested, for the benefit of thi Institu
tion, ir the Hank of the State of .Mis
nouii iiC?5.C('S, and for this sum the
Commonwealth is ahne iudebied, un
der tunnpact to the Generai Govern
ment. In December, 18 12. the liunk
declared a diMdend olf. nee per r.rnt. Ion Saturday, December the 14th, at
,.n the capital stock p:.id in, and itjWIlic brothers Andrew Monroe. Ja
1ms declared no du idend s.nce. Judg-; cob j,,; an(J j . Cotton ... Lc
ma troii; the experience of tlie last! r
c. ,,r ....r, ii.o r.,n, -;n 1.0 n.n.i.r.1 resent.
till .11- , ' IIII-II.I .
ci: almost useless, it 1 tl.wgni 11 tney
impend upon the profits arising from
their investments in the bank, r.s the
umount aiiinr Irom this source vv 1 1
be en'irelv insufficient to meet the ,
demands luatje anRHal'y pn these t wo j
Ity a rep it of the Curators, it ap
pears that the institution must at once
cc tse to exist utiles suitably aided;
and the ij-testion is. 'ity'tial hall be
done?" The stock in the U-'nk of
.Missouri is deel ned neiiiiera safe nor
II profitable investment, though it was
th Ujiht both the one and the other
yvhen i,)a!e; in three yeais liie divi
dends have vera!ed only about one
per cent., and tin sio;:k lias deprecia
ted to 70 per cent. Great has been
thu loss of EiUieninn, therefore, by
this investment by the State of her
funds; and jt U nw submitted by the
Governor, whether ond faith does
rit require that the Stite sliould
jrmirantee to these funds an annual
income, etj-t.-tl to six per centum, the
rate of le:d interest allowed bv law.
Meanwhile, it is suiri:est('d that the
Hank stock be sold, nnd the proceeds
invested in suc'i State securities as
arc jn market or can be procured by
negotiation. If these stocks will re
alize ?5 per cent., the seiiiir.arv fund,
for it. sW'tiro. would amount to .$75.
000 This sum inves'ed in State
bonds, beating at the lowest rale six
percent,, wontd produce nnnuiily
.s4.Gu0. which is far more than the
III a'oa oount arising from ihe divi-d-nds
f the bnnk, which h-tve real
ized on the capital stock xIOO.OOO.
the am u d amount, for nearl v the last
thtee years, f alj iut 1.00',)! It is
a'so, suggested, that Congress be
memorialized to permit a portion of
the proceeds of the s.de of its grant
of 500,00Q ac-tps, to be appropriated
to the same end.
That somrthing should be done to
retrieve this depai tmcnt of Education
from its present deplorable condition,
is too plain to insult our readers with
an argument upon. And that there
has been cross niismanacment is -qually
apparent -r-rSt. Iiouis G.iz.
Tempevince. The Temperance
cause has received an additional im
pulse at Washington, D. C A new
society has been orcaniaed at the Na
vy Yard, called the 'United Brethren
of TempcraneeV.M r. K. Owens,
(CT Miss Clarendon, the actress,
whom nobody would go to see before
fhe had cow hided her manager, is
now drawing great houses in Aftw
York and is called a "combination
of grace and beauty. Boston Mail
Pr'vnling Smut. Dissolve f
pound of blue stone in ns much water
as will cover five bushels i( wheat,
and let it remain eighteen hours there
in before it is sowed, and you Miill
never have smut in vour wheat.
The brijrhtest jewel pertainiug to
a woman is not worn upon her finger,
neither does it chtter upon her brace
lets it lies hurried beneath a whole
cargo of silks, satlins and laces in the
casket of her mind.
Stronr? as our passions are, they
may be starved into submission, and
conquered without ueing Kiueu.
Thirty-six new patents have been
issued at Washington during the
month of October.
Itis"said that Mr. Sievenson, of
Virginir,late minister to the Court of
St. Jiames, will probably be secretary
of Stale under Mr. Folk.
M,r. Leavittof this city, visits Eu
rope shortly for the purpose ol for
warding the Illir)is I'C-an.
air -i i -i i .1.. clrnncs :
oueslions to their papas, and mammas j
Inatimcs, tojwii: -Pa, why do you;
.. vn i . irmissi'i
icniv ctimiren uo i't
bracesf. -To keep my trowser. up,
John.' Well, pa, that is funny.' I
, 1V i X0W!,SI,IP' Member 1st.,
daughter f 1MA "'
daughter of John Gosline.
T T , , .
to d! T. A VRIL of
Aill, M y ill WILSON
Aau 1' iu:. '""i
' fo"' MaaaM VTUMJIJ,
In Troy, November the 30th, Eliza
Wing, eonsort of FredericK Wing.
Near Troy, Lincoln Co., Mo., Dec.
1st, Albro Baily, eldest son of Col.Sam'l
Davis aged about 21 years.
The Methodists will hold a Quarterly
meeting in Bowling-Green, commencing
A Red White clowded, or spoiled cowi
with crumpled horns and a rathe1
short tail, strayed from Bowline-Green
early, last spring marks upon ears not
recolei-ted. Any infurmation relative to
her will be thankfully received at the
Dec. 7th, 1844
STATE OF MISSOURI.)
Co UN TV OK PlKK,
C until Court, Novrmber.Term, 1 844
rpHOMAS BERKLEY adminis.
trator of the estate of Robert
Long, deceased, comes and files his
petition for the sale of the real estate
of said deceased, and said pet'tion is
accompanied by an account of his ad
ministration, the amount of the debts
due to and by the deceased, and an
inventory of the real estate of Slid
deceased, the whole verified bv the
a.Ti.Lvil of the said Administrator.
It is therefore ordered by the court
that all persons le notified hereof,
and that unless th contrary be
shown on or before the first day of
the next term of this c urt. an order
will be made for the sale of the real
estate of said deceased, or so much
thereof as will be sufficient to pay
the debts ajainst said estitei and
that notice hereof be given bv publi
cation in some newspaper in this
State for sis weeks. A true copy
from rhe records of said court.
Teste, A. II. DUCKNER,
Dec. 7th. 1844. 6wj.
DISSOIX'TIO.V of FARTXEItSIIF.
BTfllE iiartneroiip heretofore eii.tinf be
LL tween Enoch Knierioo & Daj ton ("fi
ller, under (hetle of K. Emerson Sl Cv.
mid Kuiernon St Criiler, ii this day diiiled
ky mutual cnniut. Tbnte bavin; claim,
aaiiitt (he firm or thofe iDdehted lo (he
firm, will call nu I'noch Finemnn for settle
Rient, who ii fully Biithonacd bjr the under
signed to settle the tame.
DAYTON C RIDE It.
I.ouitville, Nov. 17th. 1M4. 4wtf.
"VOTICE is hereby given that the
unders'gned has taken out let'ers
of Administration on the estate of
William .Stewart, deceased, late of
Pike County, Missouri, bearing date
the 16ih day of Nov. 1844. All
persons, therefore, indebted te the
estate of said deceased, are requested
to make immediate payment; and all
persons having claims against said
e-tate are requested tn exhibit them
properly authenticated, within one
year from the dale of said letters, or
they may be precluded from having
any benefit of said estate, and il said
claims are not preserted within three
vears, thev will be forever barred.
DAVID MAGEE, AdmY
Nov. 30, 1844. 3wl.
VrOTICE is hereby given, that the
-1-' undersigned has obtained from
the County Court of Lincoln county,
letters ol administration upon the es
tate ofSamuel Estes, deceased, hear
ing date the 1 4th day of Nov. A. I).
1844 that all persons indebted to
said estate, are requested to make
immediate payment; and all persons
having chaims against said estate, are
requested to exhibit them properly
authenticated, within one year from
the date of said letters, or they may
be precluded from any benefit of said
estate; and if said claims be not pre
sented within three years they will be
S. K. AIUAMSY, Ailm r.
Nov. lStli, 1844. 33
ON Fndav, Uct. 4tn, ; mauo u race
.';,.. Tolm Huirhleti. for thirty
dollars, against a mare owned by
snid Huizhlelt. 1 ho race was run,
and I won his mare, according to the
decision of the iudecs. Hughlett has
. .... :, ,1. niiviiit .iort lor
KinCC SUCU U1C ui oo- v-ii
of the mare. I deem
necessarv to warn an
be cautious how they
AM ov. lin 1814
NEV GOODS! NEW GGQDS!
Iarge tf Splendid Assortn-.cut!
HE subscribers have just receiv
ed ana nre now
opening in ti.e
town o Ci.:tksvi!!e. a lar"e ;-nd solen-'
did Pssoi-iirient of V 11 r-r ! Win'cr
GOOI)S, which they will sell to cus
tomersaschcapas they can be h .d V,. '""B
;,. i T,; f - i j-. r maet usefu! to our subscribers of each
i v n ' ' f of the great political parties which divide
,11, c 'S'o J CST V i,mUn and agitate our country-prMentin- a
mg to 4la,000 furnish every vanetv , variely of read; lliaJtte on an the
and quality ol Goods, suitable tor the Jeadjng topics of the day, that both Uemo
Western market. Call ami exam ' crats and Whigs might find something
ine for yourselves.
EASTLX Sl MOUNTJOY.
Clarksville, Nov. 12, 1844- 4
faitlilully pursued, could not tail '.o meet
C. l SII I YA NT A' D t 1 the approbation of both parties. Indeed
VLL l'ERSOXS IN DEBTKD to . that course has been repeatedly applsud
the gubscriber, are requested to 1 ed by the coolor heads and purer hearts,
call an. settle the same, on o. before ; whether Whig or Democratic, But the
the First day of Decembei next. By times are changed. A fairly conducted
cotm.lvir.2 with the above, vou will !neulra! PaP!r n. ,onKer uitllie parti-
much oblige, yours and &c,
M. M. McLANE.
AVanti'd, at the Old Stand, in Ash
ley, Flax-seed, Hemp-seed, Tmiolhy
seed. Wheat, Feathers, Rags, Bu'ter.
Beeswax, Janes, Linsey, Beans, &c.
M. M. M.
October 28lh, 1 844. tf 52.
JOT ICE is hereby given, that the
' on, lei Ki.me.l r.nir,hi.nir.et of the
Clerk of the County Court of Pike ',tej i?'' the nam?s
countv, letters of Administration on LR of Tennessee, and LEORGE M.
the estate of Wm. Dow ell, deceased. I DALkAS f Pennsylvania, In advo
, 1 . n . 1 tr.u 10 a ,1 1 eating the plaims of these gentlemen for
Leanni! date October 1 6 h. 1 844, nil j ,he fc? h oflJce . & .o t,lfl Ame.
( ersons indebted to ...id estate, a.e; , gnd in bendeavorin? lo
retpiested to make immediate p ty- fo th the t nri,lciDies of the Demo,
All persons h .vmg cIpiu-s m-
gainst said estate, are retpiesrc-d t
exhibit them properly authenticate.4
within one year from the date o' s;.id
letters, or they may l e piecli.dei!
from havinc any berefit m waid es
tale, and if not exhibited within tlm
Vfars, liiev will tf f( revet ' aired.
.INO. D. DOWEL
NAT. DOW ELL
October 19'h, 1844. 3 50
List of Letters,
ViRilAIMN'd' in the Pol ( liTice Itou
tlli lint; (Irffn, Mo. oil Ihe .'10th day ol
September l-44, which if not l.-iken out
within three inoiith. Mill he sent to Ihe
(leiirrHl Pott Office ut de;ol letten.
It P. Clifford,
Saiuurl V. C'dx
Win. T. Diihu
Jotin II. Epperson
Mnry C. (ipntry.
Flora A. Cray
June lluddot k
Sally New toD
W S. O'Hannon
Eincrton & Shield,
Wm. K. Shepherd
Andrew Stu-phi rl
W in . Sheltoii
J'. D Titdale
Henry P Wnntteli
tienr-.-e W. Wright
Mar. ha Wu-haui
A ley Wa,h tin
Maiy Am Mahar
Wm. W. Minor
FI)WAI!I)S, P. M
j J. A . Hajd- ll
I Mary Jnh-t'iin
I I.erny P. J-il.nton
i Wm. Join t
Hit-hard T. Jonra
I. nta Kelly
A bra in. VrPikt)
F. n. JtfrFlioy
October. ritli, 1-1 J.
Medicine ami Siirsery.
p R. WM. BOLTON', respectfully ten
U 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 uiidcrtifncd, would repectfully in
form the citizens of Rowling Green and
ita vioinit y, thai he hat j'ot rrreived a large
and tpleudid a&sortmcut of (.roceriet
Suqar, Cojfc. Tea, Iiic, Macker
el, Tar, Salt, I'utnlrr, Shut,
all of which he will tell cheap for CAS
Purchasers would do well to pi e ut cull.
B. B. UKVMM.ns.
.pril 27th. H14. tf 25
rilllli undersigned having purchas
ed the Tan Yard, formerly own
ed by 0. S. Jennings, near Bowling
Green, and having procured a good
Eastern Tanner, intends carrying on
the business in good style, and bet
ter than it ever has been. We in
tend to keep, at all times. Leather to
exchange for hides; all peiMiii wish
ing to have their hides tanned .
the shares, can be accommodate i
and I will be responsible for aK hide
delivered in good' order, and if dam
aged in the yard, I will bind myself
to make good, and pay all neglect
or failure on my part.
All leather trans.iciions since j1" '
7th of October last will be attended ,
to bv me.
DAVID McA LISTER.
March 21st. 1044. 3m20.
rILL be reroived in payment of debt
T V due l! rnyKelf or the old firm of Camp
Vw.lt jl Crane. ' hoy can be delivered
r,. Bollonn Druir Shop in the poat office
building, Bowlmitrccn, orat Folwall
Tan yard on the Italian, ro.u. .u-.
taken tni. fall oq the MOie temi. cranb
Oet.l2ih, 1644. . 49 I
, ' prospectus of -
i ff2 !&&!DX&A!L
Published in DuuH.'.-Grern, -Vj.
ne commenced Ihe publication of
"TbRadicd" two years and a half since,
have ""tinued its publication up to
suited to their peculiar principles; avoid?
. ing the more exciting partjzan topics and
2 opinions believing that such a course
zan spirit of a large portion of the com
m unity. And we now have the specta
cle of a Whig newspaper in the town
of Bowling Green, appealing to the spir
it of Whiggery for approval and support:
our course then, is a plain one. Happily
our duty and our inclinations harmnnr
ize; and we henceforth devote whatever
pf time, talents and industry, may be
ours, tn the (lifTnsinn of Democratic nrin-
Iciples. And we therefore place at the
; head of our columns, as candidates for
i President, and Vice Tresident of the
cratic part j, Js bcheved, that we will
be contributing to the interests cf a ma
jority of our readers.
The change which now ocritro, was
contemplated during the first of li e In
summer, but a variety of circuinstanee
"'ch how have ho existence, forbid
that we should carry into execution our
design. But as all obstacles have Wen
removed, we have rushed into the lists,
determined to do battle f r a cause in
which our feelings have long brut deep
ly engaged. Though a country sheet,
like ours, is not calculated to elfeet any
prreat revolution in the aspect of the po
litical world, and must be limited in its
influence, still we are disposed to con
tribute our mite towards the elevation of
a party, whose success is, we believe,
intimately connected with the future
welfare and prosperity of our Union.
We shall therefore devote our energies
to this end, and shall enter with zeal and
enthusiasm into the present animated
Upon all political questions, our a
pinions are identical with those of the
Democratic nartv upon questions of
State policy which may spring up, and
upon any which have served to divide
the Democratic party in this State, we
shall feat lessly express our opinions. We
shall neither exhibit a servile devotion
to any of our public servants, not shall
we be induced to aid in their downfall
by disgusting abuse and unmeaning char
ges. In a word, shall contend fur what
we esteem the true interests of the
In pursuing the course we have here
marked out for ourselves, we look for
ward with confidence to the support of
our friends in this county.
We have necessarily made omegacri
fices, but we go to our task with the as
surance that our labours will receive
their full reward, and that we shall meet
with encouragement from a liberal com
munity. Terms The Radical will be published
every Saturday morning, at $2,50, if paid
within six months, and if payment be
longer delayed, Three Dollars will ba
32To a club of Three or more sub
scribers, (if paid in advance,) $2.00.
Bowling-Green, Mo., Sept. 6th, '44.
lVTOTICE is hereby given, that the
undersigned has obtained of the
Clerk of the County Court of Ralls
Countv, letters of Administration on
the estate ofRussel King, deceased,
bearing date October 7, 1844, all per
sons indebted to said estate, are re
quested to make immediate pavmeo'
All persons having rTaim against said
esttite, are" requested to exhibit them
properly nnthcnticited, w '1 :n one
vear front the d:i'- of sr-irt letie or
hey ro'iv I" pi cbuf 'il fr ,i '
:-p benefit ol !! i-s'fite. "n.i i' u i
exhibited whi'hin thre- year-, i !;.
w ill be forevc b. h ied.
M ARY KING.
JAMES I-ALFORD. t
October 1844. Sw 40
It. S.WDL ItS,
3ttornn at ?Lam,
HAVING loeated in Warrenton, (Mo.,) i
.. .. ..J
j offers his professional services to the,
' citizens of WarrenCounty. He will al
' sp attend the Circuit Courts of Mont
gomery, Pike, and Lincoln Counties.
WyTE WANT in payment of sub-'
scrintion. CAv or cixtv nottnds of
Lard tome. Corn Meal, and Bacon,
1 . j j i
F,our an(j Butterwe wiH pay for t,e
Radical Office, Nov. 14th, 1844..
Wood, Flour, Tork, Lard, &c.
t!i s who intend to pay their sub-
sc.t ipiions in any of the above named
un.i;les will oblige us by doing so
right n w,"' lor we stand in need of
the artu-les. and will have to pay
cash for them if those who are owing
!us do not attend to the matter forth
with 1 Radical O licc. r-v. 23rd, 1844.
The Masonic College of itlisaouri.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The General Assembly of the State pf
Jtfis'onri, in Fehruiiry, lu4'-', incorporated
the Grand Lodce of the Slate, by law, with
power lo pnrrhnte and hold for educational
purpose fifty thousand dnllara worth of real
e-tate. and ao to e-tahlih and control an
t-yliin- for lie titiite children, aud a School
and College of l.i-ariiinc for the Education
of jwitl. iu Viitue and Science. Thit act
of Ihe ! ''K-.lntiire v-iii. by the Grin d Lodge,
at Ihe Minimi convocation in October, If 4-1,
accepted; nnd proper!) haf been pnrchated,
consitiii7 of a farm of over 00 acres, near
Palmyra, the county -sent of Marion coun
ty .and 470 acres, situate in the lame coun
ty, twelve miles from Palmyra, containing
the College Ruildings of aoiple dimension
tn afford accommodation for out hundred
' The rolle; ia itnnte eighteen mile
from the Mi5iinpi River, in one of the
mwl beautiful , fertile and healthy lection,
of the State, and in the n.idst of a moral,
religion., and jndustrions population ,
At the meeliiif of the Grand Lodge in
A pril (int.) t lie inttittilinn was organized
hy the adoption of a code of By-I.awa for
itf Government, (which will be published in
.l-ic time, i.oi the election of toquioite Cfli-ri-r
hiii' Profrsor. J Waithington Smith,
A M. and G. M.nf the Grand Lodge of
Virginia. uiianiaiou'ly olected Piefi
ilpnt ir thi rVdlege, and A Patterann, lq.
if vi Mr, Vo , w, unaoimou-ly elected
' r'. ci; ,1 .J the Aiyluin and Preparatory
"cuiul. To those gentlemen the duties ol
. i.vt-riiuient arid in-triiction will be confided,
to-til ihe niiniber of students fball require
Col J J .MoM-rnoierv of Pulrjira. has
nken rhnrze of the Refectory, and will
provide und furnish B-mrding for the stu
To place within the leach of all the mean'
of uioral cnlturr, and in, (ruction in science,
mi tlii. rhenpest pos'ible rale, has been the
f-mt anioti desire rif the Grtfnd Lodge.
The price of bonrd and tuition . therefore
I ut down ns low a it can be afforded.
Tuition in the Prepura'ory Department
Per session of five months, 00
and in theCrlleee Drpaitment. 15 00
For bourdinjr, warhing, foel and
light, per wei k. I (Ml
Board and Tuition fees payable in ad
Tance for each session. No tuition fee will
be charged for students sent by Ihe Lodge.
Each student will furnish his own bed,
bedilinf, stationary and hooks; alio a pitch
er, wash-bowl and brushes, for his own use.
For the sake of economy, it desirable that
the outer garments of the students should
he of bine or grey casinet or cloth.
Student" will he received on and after the
Huh dny of May 1S4', and it is desirable
ti at the several Lodge,, parentsand guardi
ans, who desire lo place students in this in
stitution, will do so as soon as possible, that
l,e classes may be advantageously arrant
H. nnd the necessary pi o visions made for
tl fir in-trtictioti and comfort.
For the mornland religions instruction of
he youth, the Curs torn of the College will
provide public preaching at the Hall on eve-
j -,tihath. Thr duties of enca Hay will
' hi giiu and enili-il with worship, con-i'ting
f rradirig a portion of Scripture, singing
or! prayer . 7'he scriptures are made the
turd hook tobensed hy the students in class.
o meie sectnrina doctrine of religion is to
ie taught or iucalculnted, either directly
My the act of incorporation, this College
;,.,..e-es the power to confer the usual lite
rary decrees on such at may merit them,
oid they will ve conferred in pursuance of
urh rulesasthe Faculty nay provide.
In the preparatory school snch branches
if learning will h taught as are necessary
for a qnaliftVrtfiuti to enter college. And
in the Collegiate rlrpartment, all snch other
branches of learning and science as shall
constitute a thorough and inished collegiate
The Jtfasooic Fraternity of .Missouri, hay
ing engaged with ardor and leal in the
great cause of Education of youth having
at a period of great financial pressure and
eruharras'iant, ptirchr'ed this large amount
of property, and thus provided for the ac
commodation of a Faculty and students,
and hnving organized the instintion nnd pro
viiled for its support the public may rest
assured that Ihe estnblirhment is permanent
that both the desire and the ability to
perpetuate the institution aie possessed by
them, and that neither lubor 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.
'I' tie Giand I orlge. having eMn-med the
-n rr- !' Jlfrssrs . Smith and Patterson,
they presented to the public as gentle
men of the firt respectability for virtue, a
bility and learning; to whose; care the in
struction of youth may be safely encrusted.
P. II. MeRRIDR,G. M.
T. L. ANDERSON.
S. W. B. CARNEGGY, t. a. m.
April 25. 144.
fMFOTICF. is hereby giv. n that the nn
aVH derailed has taken out letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of D. C. M. Par-
snas, deceased, lato of Pike County,
Missanri, bearing date the 10th day of
Octoticr 184U. All persons, therefore, in
debted to the e'tate of snid deceased, are re
quested to muke immediate payment rand
all persons having thorns ngninst said estate
are o inesfed to exhibit litem properly an-
Ihrnticiiteil, within one year from tne date
of saiif terters, or ttiey may be precluded
from having any benefit of said estate, and
if said cliiirus are not presented within Ihrre
vears, thrj will he forever barred
JAS W. CAMPBELL,. .
SAMl'KL PHARR. JAtlnir.
.Octtdjei 1Mb, 1944.. - SwlU
Our New Volume.
MOST MAGNIFICENT PREMIUMS!
Great Inducements Jo CI nit!
OiV the 16th r. March, IC44. enny
" uieni-ed the Pom teenth Volinn
of this UnivetMl Family Newspnper,
"The riitladelphia Sntnrdny Courier,"
the Proprietors tf which, confident
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WiI.L leave St. Louis on Jtfundayi anil
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exandriaatfj Tully at P ard Lagraajo
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4 r at la nre days.
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March 30, 1844. 2TV
IN this Town, some ten days since, a
SILVER WATCH. If the person
wha has picked it up, is at a loss to
know what to do with it, he ean get in
formation by enquiry' at the Radical Of
fice. Tat owner will liberally reward;
any one who will put him on the uright.
scent" for its recovery.
Bowling-Green, Oct. 10. tf 50
ATTORNEY AT LAW, "
nani.ixa. gaeejt, mo.
WILL attend twlliy business eutnote'l
p His cro in the Oir-iiif Courts oti
Kails, Pike, Montgomery and Lincoln conn
tjts. , , . ,
MarhOlh, 1941. . Ut