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Mesmerism,-or Animal Magnetism
again "on the rise." Miss Harris
' t Maktineau has become a convert, i
w.ll.l.VlUlllC I Mil OH Li ie II LL'U 1 1 1
letter to the London Athenxum!
she tells of some wonderful things.!
Xm none more so thnn tne follow mir:
ru : u i. .. -...
. j lun liciicit lllll" liMUUIJiV, v-t.i. i ., '
1 4.1 J. die? not . . ...iiike a vision. '
nurre'ince, There was affliction in I
the household. An aunt ot J's.. Mrs.1
A., a good woman I have long known,
lives in a cottage at the bottom ol
our garden. Mr?. A's. son. J's. cou
sin, was one of the crew of a vessel
which was this evening reported to
have been wrecked near Hull. This
...... .n .ui . t .-. pthpm fi.ti
the owner was gone to Hull to see a-
bout it. J. Wiis about t.) walk to
Shields with a companion to inquire.
but the nitht wns so tempestuous,!
nnd it wan so ev
ideiit that no news!
could te obt.iti.td, uii.t she was per
suaded co; logo. Uut sho was too
much duturbed to think of being mes
inemed. Next morning there was
j;onews. A'Idi v there was ti ing
reports tl ut 11 hfiJs wfre lost
that afiul'- ii vere sjved but iolh
iwj liLe wti.i' afterwards proved to be
the truth, la the afternoon (n lid
V).s havinz arriveil) we went for a
long diive, and took J. wiih us. il.e
was with us, in another direciion, till
tea time; and then, on our ret'irn.
there were at ill no tidings; but Mrs.
A. was gone to Shields t inquire,
and if h-fers ha.l c-uiip, she wcu!d
bring the news in eveninir- J.
-mi .pra.rt in !!; i.I-.-fi
r .xiiiw ill a'.-.n
; and i j her return.
:4-'t ; ii us fjr l.er
-Jf, ne l-,.m A'lrif.-,.!
V. I W 111 fcli
O I.l-IJ.'jo, . I
At l. ! .
ui.ii ut. ...... . nt
" Wil.lt I
itt.J that on
ti er,; was ll,
pf-atinj: to ie. on the instant, (on ac
count ol mv Jeati.esi every woida
J. was present! v asleep, and her
intnie is', tnowitii; iht aiivar.i.-ie ot
introdimg subjects en hi. if the
mind I previously Wen excited,
and h..- hc inspiia'tion follows the
conrte f the alTectim asked, as
soon ts the sleep w as dfpn
"Can you tell usnLoct the wreck?"
J. iramiillv replied.' Oh!yes,thev're
alt safe, but the ship is all'to pieces.''
"Were thev saved in their bo.-nf"
fc?'.'o; that's all to pieces."
"A queer boa' took iheiii ufi", not
v"Are vou'si re il.ev are nil ,C.r'
Sies; a!i t.;at were on Wrd; but
there wns a boy killed. Dm I don't
think it Avas n,y cousin.1
"AX the tiyx.cof ihi wreck?'
"Noj lfrirp ie stoim."
"How did it haprien?''
"I(n the hn'chwaysor how?"'
Ino; he fell ihrouuh the ri
and the mast.
Ol . .1 I ....
one presrnry ouserven, '.hj .-.unt
ts below, telling t!:e.n all afotit it
and I (hall beer it when I t: down.
At 1 I . e
iiy loimiy Di'injz n ijiecti-ja in.m
t!ie t-AO hoLses, tbis 'bi low' n:tim
vo sioues lower m trie next House.
.Sho continued talking ol other
things for an hour longer, and l,e!or?
she awoke, the gentlemen were tone,
After intuiting w hether she was re
freshed by her sli ep, and w hether she
had dreamed (Xo'j w e desired her
to let us know il she heard news of
the wreck; and she promised, in all
simplicity, that she would. In an
other quarter ofan hour up she came,
all animation, to tell us that her cous
in and all the crew were safe, her
sunt having returned from Shields
with the news. Ti e w reck hid oc
curred between Eiineur :md Gotten.
bireh, and the crew had been taken
otTiy a fishing boat, after two days
pent on the w reck, their own boat
. having gone to pieces. She wa turn
ing away to leave the room, when
fin was rsked.
"8o ait pre avcd all who left the
"No, ma'am," said she, all ho
t-'re'on board at the ti.:e; tut "Sty
had-had an accident before a U-y
fell from the mast and was killca 4n
th Ric lvin n.. A.m.t c.( ih
titude of the girT. we knew she hude
not seen her aunt, the only person
from whom tidings could have been
obtained. But. to niake a'l sure, I
made an errand to th cottage next
morning, well knowing that the re
lieved mother would nour out her
whole tale.- My frieni and I encour
osed her; and she told (show she got
the news, ond when tl brought it
to Tynemouth just as we knew before-
"How glad thtj must have
been to see you 'at ours,' " said I.
"Oh yes ma'am;" and the declared
my landlady's delight
And J.' said I.
Ma'am, I did not see J.?"f aid she
simpiyand rapidly, in htr igornsi
to tell. Then, nreseritlv uhev told i
rue ma'am, that J. was up stairs with
.T evenings aHer-Aa..!, J
her i ho
atu, w ileum mesiee
I . - - - . . - W . t
ie re. a
CU In US L'V Slf
i ieii,le below ?
to winch sb' r luted, .o: 1 saw
. . i
nhife ami the oeODre themselves
Such was her o-.va idea, whatever
'"y ?,,nJc:V .ll'e."
I HA fl( ' ' A
Tynemoutli, Nov. 20, 1844.
From Rio Janeiko. e have
vices to 30th of Uctober. The J
nal of Commeice ot that city,of2L:h
October, announces me receipt iycT
i the kmpeior ol .ur. v. ise, me mo-i
j 1Ci'" Minister, who presented a lit-.
(" ,1,ri Resident, cougrotila-j
ting the lvnperor on me nappy mar-,
nugeol the inlant rnncess.
Ijs of Seven Lives in Chesnncukc
n ... ii-.Hii it.A :..!a!L '
11 (J ft, C ILiil II uiu iiiw 41UOVIU
H ft i-5t U. t nt about two U eeKs Ii'Hv. '
. t i . l i ii.
.... J ..n.l ai'j rCLif.nti fi. J. ir.l
J.. -n!. ...m... then, were
Capt. Drown, of the Schoouer, end
Ciipt. Isaac Puh, ot 15;Jtni!ie.
It is believed that seven er eijr.il per
sons weie on Loard. The wreck
was setn the next morning bv Capt
l,,i,,.,V" J". V 1 had a:ted indiscreetly in making the a
v.itish ongancy, bovc puUk. ,liotl) and had placed too
y ol Lapt. lo-li en-' 1IIt., confit.nce in the current rumors
Hughes of the 1
who lound the bodv
tangled Jn t!io rai.ing; all tl-' others
having been washed overboard.
.1 Run Fre-A of Fcr!unc..
! poor, UUl Sout-I iillu lliuu:iivu3 -..wi.- :
I'niCcr, ol ti;e came of Hoover, rosi-i
i ... . i . .... i ... i. ui.,.,.
dip" at t.'C!1 Cal "n' ..uw-ii:! coun-.
,v 'r, rr." 'aloiiiiaf jii lately,!
that a rVl..:ive cfl.is v,.;j. -1-tWy j
died in Gein.any, lird b'c1nai..r
t.i her fiitlier, of the ua.i.t- oi Shaiier,
w.'.o formerly lived c : U. .-. ustiurg,
aiid uas also m indijetu ciicuinstan
ccs, money and pr.'peily to the ;i
liiounl ol imp im:!.ioii and a li .l! ..
dollai s. Mr. Siialler lias been dead .
ior s.m.p il n.i ll..,i-..r. '.
Uirugiiier, being tie only cmld, Mc.
Hoover tl us !a!ls la.-ir to the immense
Bishop ViiJeriunk's Vase. The
following is an extract of u letter to
the Philadelphia North American, da
ted on the 3.1 int.
The trial of Cishop Onderd. nk has
been brough to a close, tiie present
ment has been obt lined, and the Ci!.
op found guilty by the following
Guilty. Uishfi'S Olr.isc, Urownull,
Hopkins, South, MclKane, Polk, Lee,
Johns, Easlburn, llerwhaw, I'ri-e-man
II. AdJ the three preseniing
bishops Meade, Oley, and Elliott
Nut Guilty. Ives, Donne, Kem
I er. Da Lane.ey, Whiumgham.
The court assembled io-d:iy to
pass sentence, aL'i ' p'i Me to the pro
visions of ihf" prili; ".
The vote was tirst Mken by ballot
on the higher : i v of deposition.
Ttie fote was 1 bv I.
The voie v. r. ; ?Nt t tken on sus
pension, whirl) e.::ied by 9 to
8, the five Ri-1,.; m the minority
voting for sv.s.rr.sior.
At half iust out! tl;e question w as
mooted as to ti ne, or whether the
question should be decreed indefni'e.
Tlie firril vote was on indefinite
suspension fimti all o.Tices ol llip
Christian iiiiiiisiry. Tiie vote stood
10" for suspeesioii and 8 for deposition.
Sugar.- -Tl e B.iton Kouae Advo
cate states that the ejtpciimenl of
raising surnr in tlie higli-hinds of
Louisiana hitherto deemed chimeri
cal has been allogethei successful,
and that plinters are now quite gen
erally turning their attention to this
Santa Ft Tkaie We learn from
a letter wri.ten by Col. Owens of In
dependent in this State, that the to
tal ainountol gold and silver receiv
ed troni Santa Fe. in 1C43, was
S'4 25,000; in 1 844. .375.000; esti
mated arnoint for 1 845. S-r'00.000.
Thetwo liihopi Onderdonk. There
is something is strange as it is melan
choly that tv.'o high dignitaries of the
Jgli,,,d rank both possessing great 'al
iifluence-both of the same
Vme and Uth, as we are iiifmicd,ac
tially brothtrs by birth, should fall from
tLljr high erfate to the depths of infamy
bj their eil habits and icious pro
pensities. It is well Inorn that one of the broth
ers ths bisiop cf Philadelphia was
tried, cinvicted, and degraded from
bis official skrion, some few months
since for gross and licentious 'conduct, i
The other brother, bishop of New York
has also becmpon his trial, for like
r j j .,. ... .
UUCIIUCB, Mliu, It Will UC BCCIl, I1BI UCt'U
i . ' .
found guilty by Us bench of Bishops.
'Black Sea" Wheat. Mr. Samuel
Etfrts of Cornwall, Vermont, writes
tolle American Agriculturist that
tjVy have in that vicinity a variety
ei'ied "Cluck fceit" wheat, winch re
Mil i.a ottii-L-a it t:i. oriti
-"o "iiv.i . ..-
itist. LeWue the. farmers obtained
tho.uiis wheat, that section f country
; aa to depend upon trie west lor uour,
. . . .1. It I
ut now ti.ey have a su'.plus. It
lls at $1 per bushel
I in llie'-Aiissouri journal, oi. B;abovd- buf. Bowling-Green, in
, lnst there appeared under the editoral (he . formcrv occupied by Jas. Mts
! head, the following paragraph: . th r:TmtA ,f.her. . at
In the "Missouri Journal," of the 4th
n. aj. ui. luiijuii.i"' ,
Louis. ltus iiiaiviUUul is an insn
lawvcr ln Su Lomg) of gome notoriety,
We know but little of him; but leel it our
duty to say to the public that rumor con-
nects nis name wun me oana oi coumer-
tetters recently oeiecieu m uncom cu.
M c iirsi ncuru uic icuit o .ui..iwg uiu
St. Louis; and yesterday verbally under
tooJ that Joe Smith, now in the Mont-1
-4A Ut TiUnnar macalr I
C "uerv j.ui, swtcu iat u.
L'n n if:inir in i i tr 1 1 r: i.l i luua uusn cam i
cllOUiU nils iuru uvu iu iic iaiac w t aio
"er ready to do the injured man jus-
tice. Uur only aim is to guard an un
suspecting community from further im
position by unholy men. We give the
rumor as we have received it."
On reflection I became satisfied that I
ofthcday.in relation to this subject.
, i ; - i: i,t
111 Orut-r III lil.itc moirii in a iiu ici "A'"-
before the p'uhlic, thee accordingly ap -
pcareti the annexed partigrapH in the J
..f i ill. ;..tt-
jliijici u 11: ....... j
u'e t,;s occasion also tj say.asj
cador requires we should, l..at our re-1
marks last week about R. B. L.'.tuncr-j
hassett, Esq., of St. Louis, were iiir;M-
, dent, improper and not right
O'j.j"yo at uie time anu mc want oi j
mature rcSa'..."5' I'.lca'! our P"Fy:
and we ak it of oil e"u who may
1 ive noticed the former pir'2i
give tins a place in their columns. l e
extremtly regret the paragraph, and now
' " so jar as in us lies
Since the publication of the latter ar
ticle, having been called upon Ly the
friends of Jlr. Blannerhassctt, for a
further retraction of the charge thus
publicly put in circulation, as an act of
justice to him, I now take pleasure in
stating that the rumor in relation to dim
self", proves to l.o without foundation,
and that from facts that hac since come
to my knowledge, there is no evidence
before mc to induce the belief that he
is guilty of the charge preferred against
him, in the article contained in the Jour
nal cf the 4th inst. I deeply renrct
that by thii acf of mine the result ofan
ardent desire to expose dishonest men,
an injury has been thus inflicted upon
Mr. lllaniierliassett, and in order to re
pair the injury as far as I can, I make
,tj,is publication, and request all editors
w ho have given the first statement cur
rency, to publish tins also.
JOHN HENRY BROWN,
Editor Missouri Journal.
Bowling-Green, Mo., Jan. 1 1, IS 15.
'ST. LOUIS MARKET.
January 14, 1S45.
The river is clear of ice, and about at
a stand, with 7 feet water in the channel
to cairo. The Upper Mississippi is o
pen to the Low er Rapids, and the Illi
nois to Peoria; but ow ing to the advanc
ed stage of the season, only three or
four boats remain in the upper trade,
and business as generally is only done
on a limited scale.
FLOUR City Mills $ 12 1-2 a 4
25, Country brands, $3 G3 a 3 75; Tine,
WHEAT Prime sells at CO a C5
and common ut 50 a 56c.
LARD Sales were made during the
past w eek of small lots Prime at 5 a 5
l-2c; common, we quele at 4 1-2 a 4
No sales of Bacon or Pork.
Hogs come in very slowly. There is
a ready market here fur good hogs at 2
75 a $3, for those .averaging 200 lbs.,
and 2 50 for lighter.
Beef Cattle w eighing 600 and over,
sell at 2 50 per 100 lbs.; lighter ones
Furs and Peltries meet tfith a ready
sale at the follow ing rates: Raccoon 12
1-2 a 50c; Mink 12 1-2 a 40; Wild cat
12 1-2 a 37 1-2; Fox 12 1-2 a 25; Musk
rat C a 15c; Otter $1 a $4; Deer Skins
j lieavy lots, mixed, 20 cents per lb.
There is, comparatively, nothing doing-
In Norridgewock, Somerset coun
ty, Maine, of consumption, Mas. Mc
hoe, wife of Hon. D. Farnsworth.and
sister of Joshua Sylvester, cf Ashley
Pike pnuntv Ttfn.. airprt 43 vunn
Spanish anil Melc Seears,
lf ANTJFACTURED und constantly
LfJL on hand and fir sale at St. Louis
I . T Y 1 T
rru - pt. hv J. I. inner. Ijtiitciann 1311..
county Mo. '
Deeember 14th, 1644.
Corn Ground at Four cents per Bushel!
SailE SUBSCRIBERS are now grind
. in? Corn at four cents per Bushel,
payable ia Cash or Produce, at market
pr;ca or will exchange Corn meal for
0Tn; jjusticl per rsusnet
G. VV. JENKS & Co.
January ISA, 1845. 4wl0.jj5
ffRHE subscriber would inform (lie
3a Tjublic. that he has commenced the
an times, nave ineir worn done on rea-
Knnable terms. All kinds of nrodnce
will be taken in payment for work, at
fair prices. II. N. WILBUR.
Bowling-Green, Jan. 11,1845. 3in9
WANTED TO PURCHASE A
Negro Girl, stout, healthy and of
good disposition, between 16 and 25
years old, lor which 1 will pay Lash, u
i-.-l , .
B H 111 IHnt LrtTl hft mm A 1TT1 mn1 lilt! V Ut IHV
-rr . 4,j
- i ... ..t. t
January 1 1th, 1845.
Farm for Kent.
N pursuance of an order of
the County Court, oi Pike
County, I will on Monday the
Third day of Ftbruary next, at the Court
House door, in the town of Bowling
Green, proceed to rent to the highest
i-n i .. r to 1 1 . i.
",uu" u" 8 .cre,u" r 'r I
I farm -belonging to the estate of John
,? l 1 -J
I HJ". jad
All such as are indebted to said estate,
are ooce more earnestly requested to
pay up, and save cost.
JAS. A. ROBBINS, Adm'r.
Janiiaryjiih, 1S45. 3w9
List oi Letters,
j MIAl.M.NG .ntho pt.r oc ..., -
j It Jills' Girm, Mo.,ou ttm n-t. Jay ot
JVt en.bcr. "1'icfi H imt l.'rn
wiiliiii threu uion'.li', will be fei.t to il.s ttn-
I tiacc at deaJ lettef:
Icrior A inu,
. " '. FulN itou,
1 . I.ii lur.
P-jUoii A- hi,
W in . T. Dunn,
John Mc Quit,
Win. W. Stuh-r
Tliu't. Stuhblrfrcild, Julin sjrott.
Culicit W.iii'iic, Wa)i. TieaJnay,
SII, Wiibmger, Julm T. Welborn,
tl.fi. EDWARDS, P.M.
Janimrr 4lb, 144. owS
''It HOSE indebted to the undersign-
ed byf'nAte will 'I e t xpec'.ed to
cull and pay some, and renew their
notes, after the first of January. 1 845.
Those indebted by book account
must call and lose their accounts,
either by payment or note.
Those who neglect thii call will
be u'.tcnded to.
W.fc J. IIEMUUCK.
Dec. 14 th, 1844. 7 if
FIXAL SETTLEM F..N C.
riHE undersignni :ulmir.i-ifrator ol
the estate of Humphrey ll. Vun
nov, deceased, late of Pike county.
Mo., hereby gives notice to all credit
ors ai:d ethers interested in said es
tafp. that he intends to make n final
settlement of said estate, at the next
1' eb.,tcrin4of the county Court of
said count v.
NATHAN VAN NO Y, Adm'r.
Jan. 1,1811. 4w8.
eX'TOTK K if hereby Eivi'ii lliat the nn-Ca-d
i!pr.ii;in') Iibi taUvo out Itttcrsof Ail
rniniitratinii on the uttnte of Chan.nt'ji
Smith, i!ec-Heil, late of Pike County,
Mn?nmi, hearinir date tne 20lh liny of
Not. lKll. All perion., thrrrfore, in-ili-btLt
to the e-tute of niil deceaaeil, are te
(iieitcit to njuke immediate payuieut ; oml
all fiermna baring claim against aaiil estato
arc ie( jeled to exhihit them properly au
IhenticHliil, within one year from the date
of said letter,, or they mny be precluded
from having any benefit of aid estate, and
if taid claims are not presented within three
year, thev will be forcer barird
"'" ROBERT V. SMITH, Adm'r
December 14 th, IS 14. ' 3w6
"VOT1CE is hereby given that the
' undersigned has taken out letters
of Adminitration on the estate of
William Stewart, deceased, late of
Pike County, Missouri, bearing date
the ICtti day of Nov. 1844. All
persons, therefore, indebted to the
estate of said deceased, are requested
to make immediate payment; and all
persons having claims ngainst said
estate are requested to exhibit them
properly authenticated, within one
vp.'ir f.-fim Ka itnfA j if sfliit laftnr f i"
they may be precluded from having
any t enelit of said estate, and ifsa'.u
claims are not presented within three
vears, tliev will be forever barred.
DAVID MAGEE, AdinV
Nov. 30, 1044. Swl.
gTTE WAIST in payment of
scription, fifty or sixty Ddunds of
grd-wm Corn Meal, and Bacon,
Uour and Butter-we will pay for the
above named articles the market priee
Radical Office, Nov. 1 4th, 1844.
STATE OF. MISSOURI.) ss
County of Pike, J
County Court, November Term, 1 844-
qiHOMAS BERKLEY adrr.iais
trator of the estate of Robert
Loon, deceased, cornea ond files his
petition for the sale of the real estate
of said decerned, and said petition is
accompanied by an account of his ad
ministration, the aim .u nt of the debts
due to and 1 V the deceased, and an
inventory of the re;:! estate of said
deceased, tbo whole verified by the
affidavit of the said Administrator.
It is therefore ordered by the court
that all persons be notified hereof,
and that unlt-s the contrary be
shown on or before the first dav ol
the r.ext term of this cjurt, an order
will be mode for the sale of the real
estate f said .ieceased. or So much
thereof ns will be sullicient to pay
the debts iurainst said estn.te arm'
that notice liereof be given by publi
cation in some newspaper in this
State fc sis weeks. A truo copy
from rhe records r.f said rourt.
Teste, A. II. DUCKNER.
Bee. 7th, 1844 6w3
Ifledicine anil Surgery.
T 1 R. 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 nut profes
sionally absent, at the residence of Dr.
Crane in Bowling Green, till further no
tice is given.
Bowling Green, July 27, '44. 38lf.
Utornr r.t ante.
HAVING locatedi Warrenton,(Mo.,)
offers Lis profesMunal services to the
j citizens of WarrenCounty. He w ill al-
. .i x . 1 - : -. f. . . r r . .
Iu aiiunu me irui:u v.ouris.ui itiom
, g. PiiiC) aml Lillco!n Counties
j DeceiiAr. 1843.
' 1 A I r- Ur '"wui lii, i
' onirfy of I iKt-
f t(,e"titj "nur. uiry Tetin ltv.
E;. j, ,-utiTPi! -j (l,p Cni.rl tln.t the foltnw
j , b0 i r.'i-ivi-!! ai thenrder of trantart
ingburinc' in tl.U Criit t every term, viz:
Mondavs aiit.' Tetsoiis. ..fearh term ta
oe .!e,t..(l to JoOPty b.i-.Hr.ii. inrln.lim
Kca.l, ltevume, IK"1 t anai I und- con,r
1 ud towu-!.i; tcboot u-ud, " nirmn.l
"iuaty, paiipern, call1 bw.h m.
Ihe i.. -Yit( alhiwni.ee "or demitnrtl a
Wklsesb. -thavin? hut . annua.' Z1'
"" " uu t mon. t. an
itrn:en(. i iil'smiats
nual tettleiuent of A'lu.iu
.in. aim uuniuiuu.i i. ni- .'.i. . w.
et k-pt by the t'h-rl-: tn M- juj ,!eiu.
!Tnint etr.tt, -(" I o amp dny by
AiloiiiiittrHtnrt unit K" .'.ir.. any oth
er butineM in rrtt:'i t-itl-e t-.tntes of de
rea.ed cerfout ami '. ftruiiiiti
to find irttlcmei l '. i. .ii.dil nlalinf j
A truo cur 'i. f r i-oi,rl
Teste. A 1'. ii'.VK-TB. flerti
V.'t . '.V I'CKNBII
NEW CSH STGFF.
AT AS' LEY. MO.
rjtl H E u rider ia:.r-t Ur tr ir tr inform tlie
-B rjtirei:ief A
tlmia riem'rnus of
their advantage . I
tureinthe abu.e ,
; 'c: . i. ,tein?tT. "nil nil
. l , r , r.e CUODS to
it o.- bne opentil a
!n"i. i nl int iH keep-
in; eontlantly on l.nii'i a well "elected a
Drif Givuls, Groceries, Quens
iri-e. Hurl War, Tin
Ware, Hunts, Shrrs,
and Kerv other firfn-te itiitable for a Courf
'fry Stnrt'i which
luivine Icin houtl.t fur
Cii only will theiefure be di-poed of at a
tntu'A ailvHPce, ni:d va would not hesitate
in tnvinsr that we will cell Geti't, aa chenp
for CASH or PRODITE. as the, enn be ob-luii-ed
at any paint on the rieir above St.
No pain ihull be apared. nnJ wo will
hold nut eve'y iniluceiTirnt. to never.t tiie
trade from oine to ttie river. W c will pav
the tome prim are pnidnt tf e river eith
er in (.mips ..r t:.SH f..r all cn..d Pnxluce
delivered at the river, if not itelireied tlipre,
we expect to discount tl-o hauling only .
With these advnntngt-ti we hepe t) merit a
duo share ol public pntionm-e.
N. It. The publlu neid not tako our
word for the above tntcn:eu!., but we wih
them to mil ami ho ronvinrcl of the fact,
we nre at nil timet icudv to h.. our t.ond,
and iia w0tHted bcfoie, we w ill positively
ell them n low a tiny can he bought at
itny tMtiitl on the rirer nhove SI. I.oui .
Wo hate al.o made hrmepcmenti in -i.:
Ifemp, Tolmren, Wheal, Slc. tn any r ,- ,f.
. iniiiiTTiii, L-.nsirm. or rorein Y!U fta bv
delivering the Produce at the river fltT
peiformiiDce of which we aiereac",,, jve
any security rcquiiei?. We will H).n niak(.
liberal advances cither ia Cash. yr ,Vt re ha
disc, upou any article, entru' urd to' our r,',
ln thinmanl VI am t.nv,u twairtf
C ; I .. 1...... f .
rhnrei inr t"jmnupio c
Farmprft tn rive lis n a ..II v
April aUh,m4 k
j- a j uviiuvi-
ACacl.r f.r tiv h,nnir.a I.. i
, MitfiiLtiOf in nu
Uistrict, to-,vnship 52 N. Kanee 2 West.
December 14th, IS 14. 6 tf.
red & white clnwdcd or spotted cow
cd or spo
, short tail, straved from IV. l;.. n
...... vuiuii.-u iiurns ana a nr.A.
carlv last mrii-m,.L,
irecjlleeted. Any information relation to
the whereabouts of said cow' will hZ
thankfully received at the R,dieal Oflce
Dee. 7th, .
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n ' - i iiiviu
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; uj oiu ucjir mis
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breeders were purchased in New
sey and Illinois.
Ashley, March, 2.0th, 1844. Iv21
DissoLLiiox cf r.nTSEnsimI
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tween Enoch Emerson & Dijton C.i.
Ccr. under the ityla of E. Fmernm A. To.
and Emtrton i. t" rider, it day di,a.!ieil
by mutual consent. Those ravin rlnlre
against the firm or thru indwhiwJ t. :-..
firm, will call on Knock Emrfon f iii-tv ..
uient, whoi fully author d by tho tin',-..
ligned to leltlo the ain.
I.sivi;Jf"Jr. 17th, 1?4. -iarif.
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