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U Bowling-Green, Ma.
'Tfift Rr.t!I;;ai two years rnd a half since, j
3"d have continued its publication up to'
present time ronstantly aiming to
ffiake it useful to our subscribers of each j
t the great political parties which diviJo j
nni agitate our country presenting a,
?.n-iy of reading matter on nil the
-Tit; topics of the day, that both Demo-!
i :. and Whigs miirht find snim-ibing!
n-iir J to their peculiar principle?; avoid-j
i'ie more exciting partizan topics and
o: i'.ijns believing that such a course
faithfully pursued, could not fail .o meet
the approbation of both parties. Indeed
that course has been repeatedly applaud
ed by the coolor heads and purer hearts,
whether' Whiz or Democratic. But the
tiroes re changed. A fairly conducted.
neutral paj.er no longer suits "'.'.c par',1
Prit of a large pcVt'ion of the com-
r"" ,y A-D1- we now ',ave tne specta
cle of a Whig newspaper in the town
of IWling Green, appealing to the spir
it of Whisrgery for approval and support:
our co'.irse then, is a plain one. Happily
cur duty and our inclinations harrnon-i"::-;
and we henceforth devote whatever
time, talents and industry, may he
..... , to the diffusion of Democratic prin
M.iss. And we therefore place at the
' :---! if our columns, as candidates for
- N-.oiJc' t, and Vice President of the
'r:t :; otate.s, the names of JAMFS K.
JLK of Tennessee, and GEORGE M.
r A LLAS, of Pennsylvania. In advo
.: the claims of uiese eentlemen for
:'r '...hest office in the gift of the Ame-fi,-.n
people, and in endeavoring to
'. ' ; c-: the grest principles of the Demo
r.r r,artp, it is believed, that we will
l - - :.'ibulinr to the interests of a raa-j-j'i'y
v f our reader;.
iiio change which now occur, was
. r.tesn plated during the first of tho last
'(aarraer, but a variety of circumstances
which new Lave no existence, forbid
t'..;it tve should carry into execution our
"t!gi. But as all obstacles have been
it'iwidj, we have rushed into the lists.
aKter:i.ined to do hallle for a use in
v.( i h nur feelings haw lot2 been Seep-
lv creased. Tl "h My tei, '
like o irV T'ot calculated o efiVany
J revolution v. lheasp-ctf)f the po
litical world, ; and. i,ast lie limited in its
iLiiue-e s(iU we are disposed to con
tribute our mite towards the elevation of
a party, whose success is, we believe,
intimately connected with the future
- lfare and prosperity of our Union.
'shall therefore dev'jle our energies
t is end, and shall enter with zeal and
'-" . -tasm iato tho present animated
' -"i all political questions, our 6-
. - luciiiikai nun iiiu?d uj ktt.
" ;ratic party upon questions of
. policy which may spring up, crd
a . u - .jy which have served to divide
;'. '."ii'iocratio party in this State, we
.e.irlessly express oitropinions. We
.' i" neither, exhibit a servile devotion
'-.'" four public servants, nor shall
:z 1 : nduced to aid in their downfall
. -: gutting abuse and unmeaning char
. -.j. In a ward, shall contend for what
we esteem the true interests of the
LVruucrat iu'party .
Ia pursuing the course we have here
cinrkej out for ourselves, we look for
varl with confidence to the support of
friend in'tliis county.
"' ' have necessarily made somcsacr
b"t ive go to our task with the as
r: jwi!otiiat our labours will receive
ir si' .vi! reward, and that we shall meet
tr ; - ::cauragessciit from a liberal com
iiiuniiv. Tebms The Radical will be puMihtd
every Saturday morning, at $2,50, if paid
within six mouths, and if payment be
longer delayed, Three Dollar will ba
23"To a club of Three or more ub
cribcr8. (if paid in advance,) $2.00.
2r.vling-Grecn, Mo., Sept. 6lh, 44.'
r" ILL bi rectied in piyment of debU
" di to niTwlf or o'd firm of Camp.
I !i Crcne. They can bo rie!iverd ae
' - r a Boltona Dme ohop in the pn.l onie
. hr-!inirreen, orat Folwell & Crstie
i, , 4 on the I.du.mo road. Pork will bo
- . ;r::a tail 00 tba naoio termr.
U. B. CRANE.
-imV. WANT i i ykavrnent of sub
scription, fifiy or sixty pounds of
,rj iom sorn il eai, anu cacon,
t ,?'ir and Butter we will pay for the
named articles the market price.
,dical Ofiice, Nov. 14th, 1844.
iVOTICB s hereby Riven, that the
i n lrtrs'trned has obtained Irom
the County Court of Lincoln county,
Iciursof administration upon the es-
i to ififSumuel Ivstes, dcceaieJ, bear-
daw ihe I4lh ihv A Nov. A. D.
544, lint all peis . ns indebted to
-lid. estate, are ctqueted to make
itrisediate payment; JUil all persons
havinfjcliaims against said estate, are
requested to eshibit them prpperly
auihenlisaed. uiihin do year frorn
the date o If iters, or they may
L prediide;rfroBs nny Lenefit of said
estate; and if said claims I e not pre
ented w'thin three years they will be
S. R. MOXLPV, Adu.V. .
Kor, 18th, J844,Xc J8
The Masonic College of Missonri.
TO THE PI'BLir;.
The (Jpiiernl Awmblr of the Slate of in ordered by thp Court bt the follow.
7i-iuri, in rrbruxry. l'?43, incnrpotnteit & inehe ol.sPrvsd n theorder of trnmrt
tbt Oraiut f.oilj.-e of the State, by law, with '"g biisioees in this Court t every term, Tiz:
power to i.iirchsse nnd bold feir eilorutioiial i Wondats find Tur.eUAYs, of ench term to
pnrpoie futy tboni..l dollni.woilh of wal Be HrtoH-ri t i Coonty bojineti. in;1ii!line
ttste,a!iil to et.blih nnd rontnJ an j Road,-, Iievmue. Rond & CanRl Fund, conty
Ay!nm for detitutechi!dren. nad n Srhool , nil township chfol funiU, dnim Bjninft
mt Colleee of Taroinp for tLf Ediicalinn j the cuonty, paupers, conaty oflices Air.
of youth in Viitnr nnj Scionrfi. Thit nrt ! U'kiiNcdxts to allownnce of cVmsniln a
of the Lepislnture vm,bv 'he Rrm d I.nH,-e, I rninst estat-f not having hud an aonunl et
nt the niinnal ci.nvocatiu.i iii Orloher, l"-J t. ' t'emcnt. 'I'iil'Tihhts ami FHrtiAVd, to nn
nrcepter); and property lnnbeeti pnrche!. iniat eetlleiurntt of Ailmiiii'trntorf. Kxecn
rot ii.t:np of it lnroi of ovt r 500 urie. ne;ii-' tors Bmt (Juaiilinn.. in the order of t'.ie dork-
,nr rouniy-st'Hi oi Marion emu.
ty.aud 40 acre, situate, in Km 'nrneroun
y twcNe mi!r irnin Pd'uuyrii, containing
tlie-College Bui'dinj, of ample iiienim,.
to nflurd accouiiuuJjtion for one hundred
The Collece ii fjtnnte eighteen milei
from the MissiKi,);.i Ri,.r. i one of the
most bcai'tiful, fertile and healti.y r-ection.
of ihe State, and in the midt of a moral,
"'Viru and indtiitrieut pcpulat'on.
At the meetinj; of the Grand I.od;re in
A ril (intt,) the institution vn or;nnir"d
hy the adoption of n code of By-I.aw for
it" GoTeinn.ent, (which will be piibli-hiM in
iliie time. it Ihe election of rfqui'i'e Cffi.
cc. nut ProMT6or. J Wort'tinrton Smith.
A. M. at:d ;. M.of the Grand Lodge of
Virginia. w nnaoimcu-ty oltrtcd Presi
dent of the CnUege, and A. Patterson. r!q.
of KTftl Mo , was mionitiiou-ly elected
Principal -f !? Ayliiiu and Pre!'arntorr
School. To tboe gentlemen the duties of
eovrrnment nnd infrurtinn will he coi (Idnil,
until th I'limhrr of itudenU thall require
Col. J J Montgomery of Pamr'i, h
P. ..... . .
takrn charge of the Refectory, and
provide aud futcWtt Boarding for the itu
To pSre within the reac h of all the means
of morn I culture, and instruction in science,
at the cheapest posfihlerat e, hns been the
most anxious desire of: h ? Grand Iodee.
The price of board and t'lition 5 thi rtfoie
put flown r low as it ran he aB'iriled.
Taitica ia tho "rep;sratory DeputtoicLt
Per ncsioii of five months, 10 00
nnd in the Ceih-ae Department. 15 0"
For hnardin;;, washing, fact and
licht, per acek. 1 00
Boaid and Tuil; tr's payable in ad.
anre fore" session. No fnifJn,, jFe H.j
be fc.rted f..r student- .rnt ,v I,.KWes
Each stn lent wii ;,;,,, h;, owf,
heddinj, 'i,ti..r.ry ,n, ho)lP:nl,0 a p;tcll.
crt Wash linwl and hruMiO", for his own u?e.
cor the 'ate ofernnomy. it doMrabln tht
the outer garments of Ihe students should
be of b'de or erey cafinef or cloth .
Student will be received on and after the
Iflth dny of May lr4. and it is deMr.ih'e
tiiat the several Lodces, pnrentsaud rna;di
Kns. who desire to plnre (Indents in this in
stitution, yyill do so as soon as possible, that
'.!ie cl ie maybe ndyanlaeeoti'Iy arrant
ed. and tl.a necessary piovieiona made for
their instruction aod comfort
For the mora! nnd relieiotta ietrtction of
the youth, the Curatorof the Collere will
provide public rreachine at the Hill on eve
ry Sahbalh. The duties of each day will
he heirun and ended with wnr-hin. roni-tinc
of reading a portion of Scripture, intnf
nndnrayer. The arriptures niemnde the
third hook to heu'ed by the ituJents in class
Vo mere sectarian doctrine of relieion is to
be taueht or iucalculated, either directly
By the act of incorporation, this College
posees the power to confer the usual lite
rary decrees on snrh as nmy merit them,
and they will be conferred in pursuance of
such rules as the Faculty may provide.
In the picparatory school surh branches
oi learmnir win ce tiiuct.t as are necessarr
for a qualification to enter collide. Anil
in the Colletin'e drpartment. all uch other
branches of learning and science as shall
constitute a thorough and finicbeJ collegiate
The JtiAuic Fraternity of Jl:ssiuri. hay
ing enlaced with ardor nnd leal in the
great cnuse of Education of youth bavin;
at a period of great financial pressure and
ernharrnetnient, pnrchcicd this lrce nuioufit
of propLrt.rj und thus provi led for the ac
corLiuodntinn of a Faculty and students,
nnd hnvii.z organited the instiutiou nnd pro
vided lor its support the public may ret
assured that the establishment ii permanent
that hr th the desire and the ability to
perpetuate Ihe institution are possessed by
'hem. and that neither labor nor eznense
wiil be wanting to mako it a school of the
reatett usefulness, in the advancement of
morals, learning and science, to those by
whom it may he patronized.
1 he Grand Lodge, hsvme obtained the
services of .Vessrt. Smith and Patterson,
they are preented to the public as gentle
men of the Cist rrspectahility for virtue, a
bility nnd learnine: to whose care the in
struction of youth may be safely entrusted.
P. II. IHrnRIDE.G. M .
T. I.. ANDERSON.
P. W. B. CAKNEGGY, r. cm.
April 25. 141.
HR undersiened, would respectfully in
Aims ihecititens of Rowliitfr (rt-eatrd
its vicinity, that he has just received a large
and splendid assortment of Groceries
Sugar, Ciffe. Tea, Rice, Machr
el, Tar, Salt. Powder, Shot,
Jjpad, Nails, ffc, Sfc,
all of which he will sell cheap for CASH.
I'uicha-frs would do well to eive us rail.
B. ti. KKV.Nor.DS.
.-fori 27th.!044. tf"5
WANTED immediately, a School
Teacher for six months, in 2nd
district, township 52 N. Ranpe 2 West.
Apply to JOHN HENTON,
December 14th, 1844. 6 tf.
A red Sr. white clowded or spotted cow,
with crumpled horns and a rather
short tail, btrayed from Bowling-Green
earlv last snrlnr? tnaiVs on ears are
ret-Jilected. Any information relation to1
.1 ...s 1 - ;niv.l
llie wnercauuuis ui vaiu vurv, ,vi
thankfully received at th Radical OfRce.
, STATE OF MISSOURI,
j County of Pike
fn (he ("mint. Cnnrl. Fehr'mrv Tirm
et tept hy the Clerk ; to allowing demands
epainst estates, settled on the same day by
Administrators and Executors, and any oth
er business in relation to the estates of d
ceacerl prr'ons and minds; n l Hunzts
to find settlements an I tusine-s lel itiujj
A true copv from tle record .
Teste. A.'lT. BFCKNER. Clerk.
PerS. V. Ruckneb, D.C
NEW CASH STOFE,
AT ASHLEY, MO.
THE under? igned bee leave In inform the
citirens of Ashley, its vicinity, and nil
those desirous of pnrchasirj. GOODS to
thejr advantage , that they have opened
Store in the above place, end intend keep,
ing ennatantly on hund astell selected as
Dry Goods, Groceries, Qu'ent
War'. Hard Ware. Tin
Ware, Hoots, Shoes,
nnd Every other article suitable for H Coun
try Store; whirh hnvinp been bought for
CdsD only win meieiore lie nisposcii el at a
small snvuncc, son w womu sni neirni:
in siyinff tha' we will sell f.'ood as cheap
for CASH or PROTH'CE. as they enn beoK
tained at any point on the riier aboie St.
No pnins shall he spared, aud we will
hold out evcy inducement, to prevent the
trade from Koin to the river. Wc will pny
the mme prien asnre paid at lha river eith
er in (."OODS or CASH for all good Produce
delivered at the river, if not deliv:t.J there. 1 c
eipect to discount the hauling tir.ly .
With these '!vanta Wc )ure to metii ,
uuc sliaieof public p.it run n ere.
N. Tt. The Public need not tnkc rnr
word for the ahm-n slitriiient, hut we wih
them to call and be convince rf the fart,
we are at all times ready to how our (Inods,
and as we stated before, we will positively
sell them as low a they can he hourl.t ef
nnw point on the rirer above St. I.oi:i .
We have al'O mde arrangements to ship
ffemp, Tobaeto, It'ttrtit, A-c., to any of the
Southern, Eastern, or Foreicn MmUi Is by
delivering the Produce nt the river, for the
performance of which we are ready to cive
i?riy security required. We will alo nnke
liberal advances either in Cash or Merchan
dize, upon any articles entrusted to our care
for shipment. We hope our reasonable
charges for Commission Ac will induce
Farmers to gita us a call before coin? to
the river. UI.OCK & SOX.
April 20th, 1S44. :W.M.
TI1R undersigned having purchav
ed thp Tan Yard, formerly own
ed by O. S. Jennings, near Howlinc
Green, and having procured n irood
Fiastern Tanner, intends carrying on
the business in good style, and bet
ter than it ever has been. We in
tend to keep, at ell times. Leather to
exchange for hidec; all persons wish
ing to have their hides tannPil on
the shares, can bo accommodate I.
and I will be responsible for ah hides
delivered in pood ordpr, nnd if dam
aged in the yard, I w ill bind myself
'o mrke pood, nnd pay all neglect
or failure on my part.
All leather transactions since the
7lli of October last will be attended
lo bv mo.
March 21 st. 1814. Sm20.
jVOTICE i" hereby piven, that the
undersigned has obtained of the
Clerk of the County Court of Mont
gomery Co., letters of Administration
on tho estate of Anthony T Williams,
dec-'d., bearing date Nov. 1, 1044, all
persons indebted to said estate, are
requested to make immediate pay
ment. All persons having claims a-
guinst said estate, are requested to
exhibit them properly authenticated.
within one year Irom the date ot said
letters, or they may be precluded
Irom having any ncnetit or said es-
itate, and if not exhibited within three
.i.- :n t. r i I
years, they will be forever I arred
THO S. J. WILLIAMS, Adm'r.
December 21, 1841. 3w7.
TVTOTICE is hereby given, that the
' undersigned has obtained o the
Clerk of the County Court of Tike
County, letters of Administration on
the estate of W m. IT. Tinsley, dee'd,
bearing date Nov. Q8th, 1844, all per
sons indebted to said estate, are re
quested to make immediate payment.
All persons having claim? against said
estate, are requested to exhibit them
properly authenticated, wt! in one
year from the date of said letters or
they may be precluded from having
any benefit of said estate, nnd if not
exhibited whithin three years, they
will be forever barred.
CHARLES BACON, Adm'r
December 14th, 1C14.
. Spanfoli andMeleJSecars,
' IVTANUFACTURED and constantly
l'-l on hand and for sale at St. Louis!
: 1... t t :.i. T ..:.;,, t:i. .
prices, vy juaiiuvs, uuuiauufi, v i
county, Mo. m I
The Climax of Cheapness!
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' Ventriloquist." The chaoteis
earh week are embellished with a
hitfhlv finM cd i'lu'trntion ropresont-
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ire innutner ible, the object proposed
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terest and the most joyous mirth, by
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Fine Iind s f or "Sale.
19fO ACFES. .
fTIITE suIim--iber oilers lor sale, in
r t ii n f
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1350 acres of fine fanning La. I. ni"st
ol it prairie ami a jiat i woou nuu,
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desirable Land, either for Tobacco,
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For the purpose of f:i"i i-'lr'K
f umation of Cubs, of new nnd
in ar v-ir-.
the j 'llov.i. ;
LxrK sokpiia's-- lwr
.Ti.ive cp;e- f .... Saturday Couri
er 1 year, or one . . y for ii'ee
7coj)iei of the Saturday Couriers, 15
2 do its 15
17 do do 20
Two cop'esof.t'-f'F- rday Ccurier
1 year, fe 'i:e ci y -!'G 'dev'
Lady Rook. Gr o. -ir s. be La
dies" National il:v '
Itdv's Mnj;uitie, (a! M:SS
Fiv e copis'S of the Saturday Coii
lier, and 2 copies i Godev's
Lady's Book, Grahaoi'sor eith
er of the other Magazines,
Five copies of the Saturday Cou
rier, one ccpy of Godey's La
dy's Buid; or Graham's Maga
zine, and one of either of the
Five copies of the Saturday Cou
rier, and on copy of Fiosl's
new Pictorial Iliatory of Anc-
nea, a NS DOOK,
iT In l ict, whatever oirerismade,
bv anv other Family Journal1, all
approaching in worth, beauty, or pre
tensions, to the Sa'uid ly Courier,
will be furnNlo-d bv ns.
A. M'MAKIN k. K. MOI.DEN,
Publishers, No. 07, Chesntit St.,
8 : A 1 (: )! .VIDUlil, ( s .
-oiuil of f. lie. ' '
In I1 nmil . t i'ilrt. Anitl-t term If H.
ssbisss. ; f tj ..ISII.r i rutur ol" the
WW U-t will i .1 te-limeiit nf J,i.fih K
Newton il-ce.i-ul c imtsninl files I is peti
tion fur Ho- the roil e'tutc ol ail
(lcceM-eil, nn') i ' petiticn i- HccmiipHnii'il
b)- a ti iii .:o.-.u: of Ii ext--ulor?hii, the
nmoii f ilt Ms -III to :nl iy the ilercas
rcl.mul r- iiuiuinc unj'si'l. a n! nn invei.tiirr
iii I' e re i rstate, the wis.le verified by the
fi !iiit -i -iil executor: it is tlieiefure ui
deii.l i.v tin: ut that ..i nciseni inteiest
eil in oil etistt -e notilii'' oe. .f. -out tli.it
mles the conlr iry he shsw it ''ti ttt hfore
t fi fir-t day f the next tr f this rmirt,
.ii tinier will lie suaito ftr the sale f .ii.l
it'll estate or so in lull tleienf n will l'i
ti ll'n-ifn t to iiy the ilebfc of saiil n-tnte,
nml further, nrileri .l tht inlicnhe (riven hy
pnhli "ilion of till' nnterin some unwspajicr
in this SUate for sit weel.
A truccjiy from tlietfronl.
Te.ta. A. II. IUCKXF.R. CIcik.
Per S. W. lll rEs. fl. C.
TESSK It. SMITH, would inform ie
tf m.l.Kn ili-it lii linsnn hanil. nnil iill
i rinstantlv sunnliediviih full blosded
Berkshire Pigs, and wOI dispose ofdiera
on liberal terms to snd. as are dedrous
of improving their stixk of Hog. His
breeders were purcimeu 111 nnv jer
sey and Illinois.
Ashley, Slitrehh. 13U Iy21
DISSOLUTION oT ftllTXEnSHIP.
rSBtlK partnership hi"'1 'f ' -xisti.iK
JCL u.een Knoeli V. '" " Dayton
,1, ,, niitler th f ' "'"""' V. Co.
and E.n.rson &. '! lei ' ' ''v liissi.lw rt
hr rniitusl cnnsei t. ; tiavtiis; clflloil
3 . .. 1. ... :...i.u..i .L.
ncint the nor ur - u.n-..ir.i m ,n
firn , will cull K' Vmer'nij for settle
inriit, who is fully ioriieilb tho utidr
sicneJ to tettle tho'jP.
b J-SOt'H EMERSOK.
Ituj.viUe, ?.'9f I,b W. 4wt(.
U. A. FahnestoCk's Vermifuge
A Sure Remedy for Worms.
.r-.'r..-r--w.. tr -
loire !i re. " i.i'Y 3iireiiu vcr
ain Cure for V.t?n
r ,.rn. -. .. n i e
seen et the
.store of the 'subscriber .fficr t
satiety the rrosf increrlu 'ous e of
fer the foiluini; as n prt.of .e
" Cabrolto?i. Green Co., ULJ'
O-tober lO.h, 1843. - J
THIS is to certify that lhve; been'
selling B. A. FahnesNirk's & Co.
Vermift ge. lor thp last three years,
and in sonip rases, w tnesed the ope
ration of th Mine, nf from w f
know of ri'V own knowledge, a-ul
that which has ' 're by tub
er,I take pleaMf m .iyinc tl.at I
have never seerr, r.or l.eard. s-1 any
Medicine that ha t'iven so nntversa
s-uisfiio.iion to tlii rri.mnnfr, and"
furiiipr re. d" -a Mcessry, I
could procure fifty .evrtificatesi of it
efficacy and success in expelliaj
WrjAS. F. SIMPSON. Dmchti.
J fc' . f 1 1 ! I. iHr..". 1'S"T
... 1 IT A
It. A. Fahnsk'
At this rftisotl
... ....u;inre :dy
some and t'cvit et.t "
... i .i,.,i..il ief
ry a..-.. -
u it i :i -oj
... . l.
charges, tin ! n a sliori time ute thw
most ' ir vt t' ia! j case o!" di irrf cee,
chronic dvfcnfery. or h ibitual ir:oe-
iiprs. They are very p'rs.sant to ili
laste, at;da;e sold at the low price of
25 cents s box.
B. A. Fabnestock's Anti Billions
Pills, a gent'e but efficient cathartic,
expressly adapted lor a f; iiii'y ibjs
icjaf'd are not sun ased ly any oth
er pill io uce, for all cae in which a
cathartic is indica'ed. Thev will
operate tlioronghlv wi'l.nut rririup.
l'i ice 23 cent;, tar a box containing
oOoillj. , .
I'neanionic, or Ct'fh Bn'sio:, a
valuable remedy for Coughs & Csdds.
I't cp S5c. Ci'ul,;i L.z-nce. tl
Loenpes poetess nil the ii'TiTes of
tl.ebejt Coi'i;h Syrups re conven
ient to cany in tlie jocket and art
very plea.-uut to the tuMe. Twee Ci
Liquid Opodeldoc. This errt?:.T-.
tin' at tide possesses 'double tr
sirenj.Mli of the common Opodeldoc, is
more cleanly and much more convenient-
applied. Price 25 c'.
B A. F.ihnestock i Go's Eye Wa
ter; lor the cure ot weak i.r ir.naueii
I eves. Pice 25 ct
Prepared bv Ii. A. Fahnestock &.
Co., Corner 6tli ii, W ood Sueeta,
July 22. l iMidxiigb.
(jr The above Moiio';:.. for s'd
by H. G. LM.vanK P. M., How ling
GiPfti. and by Ai.drcv Cccnrou, Au-
N-ve 1 iiber 4:h. ZiX jj;r
Planters' Tobacco Varhouse.
ill Li subset iber baviiik' i ei!ni-
pointed by the Conuiv d l it "f
Su l.oui'i County Inspectors of Tobiit
co at the Planters' Ward.cuse are
now prepared to inspect and review
wiih despatch all tobacco sent lo the
nbove houe. and ho; by a strict ami
failiful di- hiiri.e of 'heir dmi?. ir
:.irit a oouuioit ni-e ot the piMerrne
of the p'nnti'i. The aildi'ini. to
gether w it'll the forn.pr liou-. is ta
pjtle of storing at least 5.000 I ! ds
a,d its cet tral londjiy will at M timen
insure to the plantets ihe attendar.ca
of buyers on days of sale. To thosa
a ho coin- by wagon there is n hirga
I'-'ig-n yard Convenient and fiee of
Touaeeo will be receives TiU'lis
wa-ehouse on stoiae, nnd when not
inspected, fifty cent oer horrsl esd
only, will be tharL't t! for '-xtv dav
or less. Z. T. V( -OLFOLK.'
ROIi'T B. FIFE,
II I IIAM.SU AW, J.
St. Louis Jan. 19th, 1C44. .
gTRAYKD from ITer.
in Ka,U county, 0r about tho
1.0th May-last. :t Jiv i!iy l,orse,
SIX Years aid, nflee n Lands ntfd ...
1 inch liiulu- n.ag wltn ,!ie exffp,
I ,ir,n rl Vi ,w white snots on tho back.
I ...... ..1 1.. . . .
; ;? "o .".iiuuie. 11a lonyne
distin. HBhed by a rather short baefc,
fine neck, well turned smooth hip,
and brood slide. The undersi-'np.l
will pay 5 to any one who will
give him information at Fnynesvilhsj
Pike bounty vvharo aaid horse ca
be found. . JAMES FAG AN. :
July qO;h, 1844.
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