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Clark who was arresteJ, a short time since
in Callaway county, for purl.iioin; m aney
from the mail, several years ago, in Va. his
been discharged by Judge Lawless, on a writ
of 'Ilabcns Corpus, on the ground of the ir
T?zu!arityol the.warranf, by Tirtue of which
be was arrested. -
&;rA bill is before the Legislature of I'.t.
to repeal ihe charter of the Bank of theU.
Sutesof that stale." It is thought it will
J-Col. J: B. Brandt lias been appointed
bv the Gov: a Director in the Bank of Mo.
vice, Col. OTallon resigned.
FOR TIIK SALT RIVE JOURSAL.
Mcssri. F. litors: I concur in the opinion
us expressed by you and your c irrespon lent
Cuivre " in relation to tho nac-itw of con
stvuctiai a new court-house. Tiiis is a suh
jjet which as you hive justly observed Hits
excited no little attention" and a it i every
d jy bscti-nhi m.ira evident, nt only tint
-lhe present tnissh ipen piU of brick is n
j.jV.ij nuisance' but tint B w'injGreen
pis;ss?s few, if any, of those ad muses,
wither i;i piir.t of location or fncilitie fr
cuiiwrcia! transaction, wai'.S hM be
enjoyed by I't: crit s;" of a c...;mty .
we.iiiiiv an I papiloua Pike," it rtviires
bjt '.i'tle ji.vcieriie to Sc"? t'la! sines it is m
cjsnry tint a new ca-irtlioase mni built
tlie pe ple w'd In t suTer their attention to
be withdrawn from the matter until it shall
have been determined, not only how but
ww.wtlunaw edifice can be re ire J wnh a
f tir prospect of "ensuring th re itet goo I
t thegreireU number" and in arivi.ag at a
c jiic'uoon upon this deeply interesting sua
j-cs it is not to bi pr.-su aae I tint they wi I
s iT-rv!i;iroVni i5t b-3 v!rn.l by an v
p.-:: 1 c il nVni hntiois. or thit tVy will
pe.-:nit the interest an I convenience of th
c.jiiy to n c-vnpro-nitted in a riji.l avl
uanjicessarv curtailment of etpenliture.
I a n aware "cxperieisJ tean'i-s th't c ui
ty seat Hnj esttiVWarl shva'l not b
c'n ue I for ly'it an 1 trnsient rvvisss," yet
1 fed assured tut wi-n it is di n iitrttel
ta it the solection of a c vinty se it li is hsen
tnr.'ii ate ai I s fiversive of th. interest of
tY c nty, it is n ) oa'y fit riz't! hat lh'. It
1 ."! t'u n.o'a o remve it t a pit:
'v a?re t'iir i.i wrest c m ba m ire c?rt u i'y j
ml sitislV.torily sicarel ml alvin-ce!. j
As tl2 re uovul of th c-vnty ss it,h .vever,(
it r t ta a? a-cma i!ts 'n I il a minnt.
bai is th war's of li ns. it is necess iry tn it j
t!i s subject s'i 1 bi f.-eel c. n J. at
nav earlv pjrial that tV? p-!ple s 1 1 1-1
w,?ih the q icstion in ail itsdi T rent bjann;s
tiave arrived at son? si'utary conV.usi ms,'
ualhave eTwiel th nsjessiry "trrw-e-,
onats,ntoa!v fr ths a:: n n iliti n ot(
t n:i.ts, tut fr ths sifi k?epn of lis;
re vi-ds of th cvintv. btfore the prent(
-.nissVipen P'!e of bricks at Bim--Green ,
shiil have bjcn? unit lor me
it i-. sunt, nn I with vat anv intention to de-
trit Iron B iw'.in -Green any jusiclains it,
m iv h ive up m thfs pr.itrcti n an I i.atr.n-n-a
of th j c aunt-, 1 venture to incite a d.s-(
rassi nof t!u re'n val ot t'n cvnty ji
in I to exp vss tlie h :ie that whatever may J
!.j si'd np i this interesting subject, miy bsj
j..en in :h- sp'.rit ofcanl ur. with the
vi ; v f le i lia? t a f iir an 1 i m irti '. in ves-1
ti ' i;i n, aa 1 with .ut anv in'.enti m t wo n I (
ssasihiSity of any of th-s dil-rent pl ice(
th-it in iv assert clai-ns for this disumuishe I
fiv,r. Atprisntitisnotmy intentua to
ae upon an e!r'.nr.ita aruneat to pnve
the necessity of tfn removal of the ouaiy
si it. or to saiw how the c 'iiy cm bs ben
l:t:d by s izli rem aval. I prop ne, hereaf
ter, to speak of these things, an 1 1 a lv c it
ia a resp?ctfu'. vet ci'-nest manner th claims
of t!nou!7 town m ih; cnity, w iere tin
ovjntr salt cm lu 1 r.ited with a sure pro
pect of c.ntri!iat:ni to the i npr.ivem'nt an I
prosperity of the county. ZGNO.
fOa THE SALT RIVER JOURNAL.
Mr,sti. B.cxNER tt Joxe;: I a n not in
tha hiit of writing fr newspip-'rs nor
would 1 have trouMe I you at thi time, if
had not seen a com nunic iti n in the lut
J iurn d over the pi,n it .re of Pm ;' wai :h
D:!it roiaiea I sotne ia reference to the per
inanency an I stability f the ml of justice
at B iwlini-Green. ju linj froai the state
nvnts of IV: no, I suppuse he h is not ion re-t-'i
lo'l in this cmty: lie gives it as Ins j.iri
jo! 'that three-fourth f thoie interested are
oppased to the present location of the county
eat: Is he aware that I'm nutter h n been
rsr-rfed t the citizens of tliis couatv, and
a im'oniy were in fivor o tne frecntioci-j
ti-mtan l what i it that b is wro-t?,. i,iH
Kin krftil c'i.inz?T is it to be attributed U the
MssrE ispiRiTi who ere ah nit to revolmion
ize the county. It is not the first time in
tin luit twenty year, that I h ive seen indi
ndu lis who te'oulj b; great m.n, c me to this
county, and undertake to dictate to the good
people who have endured the difficulties and
hardships of setilinj: a new county. Tneir
county seat is n t ia the proper p'.tze llieir
accommodations are ni vn an uu me
taste of these s-ntle nen. Therefore there
must b a general chinft, or revolution, in
matters and tiling, in order to suit the coiv
veainces an ! views o! these individuils.
Peno complains of the scarcity of w ittr,
nl j;ives this as a rein fr thi removal of
a seat of jasiice. .ij tins oojection may
nV-iiiA.t uriih mu:h less exnznse. than
vould attend the pr p cil rem v.d. In fact it
isnixasunblv remedied already by the citizins
of Bawling-Green. who have prepared a r y-n-ber
of cistern wells: which afford excellent
water, Ife io U next place-compUias of
the accommodations a!trJed in" Bfw!ii
Green. I preu ne tha see Mimod ttions are
at g.Hwl as we fia 1 ia anv of tlie s o ill towns :
in the county or state; aiiJ Hie puohu houses
in BoAling-jreen. are occupied at this tine
by men th it eeui to be well (jualified to g.ve
;ener;il satisfaction, nndjbey are enlarging
and improving their buildings, so that in a
shot t tune they will be able to give general
satisfaction to all that may fjvor them with
their company. Bjt hie we any assurance
that the fare would, b better at the new
county seatt I think not. He says thcse
and other objections mich more numerous
and weighty might bs urged." I presume
if thce are any objections to the present lo
cation they are more weighty than those giv
en tyPeno,' fur I are sure bis are very li.'li.
But to be serious on this suSj-tct, 1 a o io la
vor of the old proverb, which v Lei rh
enough alone." To remove the c ti.ity se it
would be alien led tth gre it expanse and
tr.tu'ile, especially under the present li.
which requires, preri us to the rem val of a
county seat, th i; the county court s!i dl cause
a sufficient tax to be assessed on all taxable
property within the county, to piy the L h
Holders for their Lts and hoprovements there
on. Now I would ask, are ttn citizens ot
this county prepared t do thist 1 would
tiiink not. A ain B iwling Green is not on
ly a healthy situttion; but it is in the centre
of th county, ulike oavenienl to eio'i ex
tern? point ;';in I certainly this is eien jus
nee to all. There certainly ouht to be good
nJ weighty reisons sa wn, before a seat of
ju;li:e sh uld be real ved frojn tli conire, to
me si la ore truer of ;couity. His or cm
iiniive re is ins sufficient to si'isly the
tciiixni of t lis imj atv. tf the p.-oorkMy of
i.s proposed re.njvat itf the c-u i'y s it. I
ihin's not. T.nre are so m in v to I an.l mf-
.ijient reason, wuy the con uy seat should
ml will real no waere it is, that I Hunk the
Justices of the county i:ourt ought, mid will
proceed im mdiately to build a new Court
uojse; I believe the citizens ol Miscou.iy
are willin and able to p iv fir it.
F3 I Tilt SALT RlVKa JOJ.IMAL.
M?.;si droas: lteccnt events, have
iu In :L'd hi j to aslt the favor of a idao in
tha columns of vour piper, to say a few
words in reply, by way of refutation ol some
ol the many lalse dirges, winch Have
been a th tusind ties reiterated, against the
late an 1 present adomiisiraiions of the Ge.i
eral Goornmeat, respecting the true cause of
the suspension of specie piymeut by the
binks in 1 837, an I 1833; an I ihe general de
rane aimt ol" our Mmneiary a!fair' duriag
tlielistfiw y.-ars. It his fir imny yeir
bed 1'ie piificipil action of the fjstiw mi
ntrilj in p t'.ilics, ottui'i ail ot'. of Cn-gres--,
to oprta evary in nsure f the ad nin
istra'i in m l io in tst ve'ieoieut m inn ?r, rit!i
ojt ever praptu tj any relief fr toe evils
con alaioel except a chaise of situitioiii
between the itt mil tijoi'f. It is a fuel
which allo ts of no d-nnl in trut'i, t'nt the
waole course of th piny n.v o,ip e i to
the ofi re ued expressions ol t'n will of an
overwhelming m ijority of the pjool of the
Un ited States, goes to prove most conclusive
ly, t!i it their highest an I m it p uriolic am
hitiou is the attiinment of powk.u Hence
their reckless etforis ti produce a ch ine in
t!ie pj'tlic mind sufficient to inst ill the nselves
safe in njicj.
Il is rather an'tun? thin odierwise, tt
Imrihe self-styled 'Wnigs' of ihe present
d iv and ti n !, com I'.ainin of h ird ti ues and
a "shin plaster currency,' an! to witness their
silly eiforts t tpilui tne evil ol which lliey
coai.tl iin,oa the Ue n ncratic p si ty.
No let us look buck to tho cult in ad-
ministratiot wa'oth conn-n-;d -n v I tt
diyof.VIirc'i ir.23.wiih J.nO Alio-pre-ilenl
ol t'le Uoite I Si a 1 1 Il r ny
Clay his Secret iry of S ate, a 1 1 ..t a ti ne
t.iv. ion t:ie Unted .Slates tftnk Wis in
fa I oto i-iti.m.au I sje what the tunes were
t urn.' Djring the four years misrule by the
cu!ilio a! niaistrition of .M-ssrs. Alain
an I CI iv, iniliestites west of the niou i
t iins the average price of w'ie:t was 371
cents p?r bushel. Corn per bushel, aver
agid a-i ut 10 .euis. T.i s price of sa.-on !
rate aw an Icilo-J, w is fro n C to 8 dollars
per head. The price of pork, was from $1,
io .$1,53 cents p;i hundred weight, horses,
ol.i lor a proportionate price as did every
other arti.-le raised or produced by the
larmers of tho-e days. And what is still
worse than all this, is the f.ct, tint the sur
plus produce of the country, was not tnsheii
at toe low prices above stated, either in .d
or silver, or in the 7,"" ' currenej of the
Bmk ol the United StUe! It wis then,
Iruit for piv, for what the farmer bad to
. - ii ... . ..r - i.: .
. - i. .v.i -o.n.H:lie-i iosu:i:r ins u; ims
produce to remain upon bis hands "r giv it
lo the inerch mis at cash price, in excti inge
lor merchandise at prices vastly higher than
jjood ol the same or superior quality are now
selling fr. The.e are some ol the good
things with which the working mtn. ol the
country, were blessed during the greater por
ion of the existence of the great llegulator"
o the currency. Toe bank of ihe United
States, was u monopoly in the bands of a
few specula tors, and during its entire exist
ence, was used to depress the labouring class
es of the community ani inenric'i the deal
ers in c and foreign merchandise; and
sutdi would be the beneficial euvcti upon the
iMuntiy for nil time to come, should another
institution of like character, be created or
established by Congress.
As it relates to mose b inking institutions
which received their charters from the sev
erul t3te legislatuies, md generally. d
nounced by the b ak pirty, a 'skinplasttr'
institutions, one not familiar with the facts
of th cue, might t lead by Whig' false-
foTfiuto"tha belfeiNh at there were but
few if anv banks in the United States, at the
line General Jackson t-to:l lh bill to re.
charter th late United Slates Bank, when
it is a Well known fict thit thv then num
bered near eight hundred. Mitmxri. wa
the only State in the UnWm at the ti,n of the
vlo of ihe bill to recharter the United State
B ink, in which, there did not at thai time.
exist banks which had been created by s'a'e
authority. Since ihe downfall of the Uni
ted States B ink. the number of hanks crea
ted by tho reveral Slate legislature, his
considerably increased, it is true, hut in no
instance wh itever. has a bank charter, by
mv Stale, been granted by democrats alone.
0 1 the contrary, in a'm tst eve'v instance of
a bank "harter bv anv of the State L"jisla-
lures, t'm nu n'ier of "Whi votes in favor
of the nieasirrjOuintin'terea the I lMnoor.it-1
i votes nn the same ad- of tlie qoeton. I JL and pobite fanarally. that I bar hava funnad i ea
The f i-t of tliere Invini beeo a D vnoiir.itir; I Pnnn ahip, f.H- iba porpoaa af irsnsaetinranJ eirrriaf
. - .1 i - i . r . o. . i on ilia ao-ira b'iMinaaa. Il ia or tha nna anil runs iim
lli..ty 10 Ihe le'is!ilure of :tnv Stale, at rer, cilie4 in .f.wrorth pirp-aa ofraeruit
the time of the passage of nn act Krintinoinvihir prtcasnlatoc't of frais nl dtmuatio dry.
banmns privilese. d.es not so to prove that ;
it was a dtm ica'ic mt.iturs. For as I h iv
cWore stated, the rnaure hi on nearly all
AiSit JSntlJ s4k wai ta. I ! J t mm, tmti ' a 11 rrmtl
' -S - ' I 5 Cl i!if v l'ict t ' '
ihe 'Wliif pirtr, in3rallv out nomher
ed the number of Democratic votes given in
favr of the measure.
When tle act to charter the United States
Bink of Pennav'venii pissed the legislature
of that Slate. I b!ire that there were but
fnur de-ntcrats found votin? for the measure.
"ind it i.s "tated and T believe trnl-i stt'el.
that tiro of the f nr Democrats who voted
for t'.f pisij of the bill, were nrto-illv
bri'trlhv the 'Whi2. to d !! Th truth
of what I have stated in this communication
any. and no d mht will he fctiel by s me of
the po'itical cnnible's. but it -inno be ilit
prove I by nny or a'l the mnlecnn tents put
At thetima ofih" cnerd suspension of spe
cie payments by the b inks in 1 837, the cry
ing sin of thit notable IFAiV' miture. wis
eharjed against the then administration in
consequence of the .peeie cirro'if.' 'Puis
ohstarle did notetit when the 'Whig' banks
with the United States Bank of Pennsylva
nia at their head. snrwnded specie payments
m 1839. I san'WAV brinks, because nt
least mnttft-n out of every turnty banks, are
ind have ben from their creation, managed
and controlled by Whiu officer. And
what apology is now civen for this second
violati m of the public faith bv these 'Whiz"
hanks? They do not pretend that they were
eompelled to do so from inability, to meel
their tpromises to pay the holders of 'heir
note, or from anv act of the ?enril Gov
ernm"n. but si-vi1 ex" t'n"'v,s on
th a .r or rtn""xi.-nr in I rtv.ci: I rrai-
nt Van B-i'en in os la -in io l insr
o Con-' mili" t1-.- r,,o,,vv;n- remark in
refrrenc to th Uni'ed Si.i-s IJink of Pa.
- ft ft m seirclv be .l.vi'oed that the reeent
iis-Mnion of th United Slates Kink of
u Pi'n-svlv.inia of whi::h the effects are
felt not in that Snie alone, but over
h ilf th Union had its oriw in a course
44 of business eooamen.red while it was a
44 nt'hnnl ini'itulioi : and there is a pnoil
44 reason for sunrening that the same rone
u quinces would hive followed hidit still
44 derived its Mwers from the general Gov
44 ernment. In the sime inessige. the
President add the following remark. Th"
44 national character civen to the Bink of
44 Kno'and his not prevented excessive flue
u tuitions in their country, an i it provd nn
44 nb'e t keen oT a suspension of specie
44 payments, whch lasted for nearly a quir
44 ter if a century. Air! why should we
exo"ct it to b otherwise? A na'ionnl in
44 "'i'M'in, t'loo ;!i il-'rivin its chirtei from a
4 di r-:en s t!i'c t!nn the stite bank.is yei
c msiitoted npn the same princijiles; an I
4 is eon loeted Jv men equally exposed to
44 tenr!ation: an I is li ihle to the same d's-
44 asters, with the additional distiicinlti"
u that it imtriiinle occisin iii extent ol
4 confusion an I distress which the inismn-
nzement of smaller institutions could not
A WORKING MAN.
M!ttlED Oiilhe-.Mih Dec. Mr. John
W. Nrif. to Mi Klitabelh Oukhead, both of Trier
My peare ami plenty, with then tay.
Till they are called fnum etrth away.
May their pleisnre ne'er alloy.
Sincere we wi-fc thenibula aiarh joy.
On Ihe 8 lot nit. by Ihe Rer. J. llu;he, Mr
Wiu Krll, lu Mis Viiuliw T. lit try, of IJncolu
O.i the a u't. by Ihe Rev. A. D. Landnim. Mr
Ww. M. CliiT.r '. t. !i-a Ki.ijhela GiiSih, riu..
ter uf Uiii l 'inifith, K , a I nf thit eonnty.
(Jr.i of eake hare been recetred enough to
feed onr D-ri7 forn week. T desires la reciprocate
tliii rem -mHrti :e of hi n, hy his th it
Peace and hpinie may erown lhojoy.
Their arm be fille.l with rhIs a I h.tys
Oit the !iih inl. hf the Iter. Ja ne W. Canvtbell,
Mr. Orange K. Clmk, lo Mias II irtba Lecllen, ell
uf lliit cuauty.
Oa the at I nit hy tha Her. A. D. Laadrum Mr
Kthelheit II illaad. to Vli.a Fanny Andern. d mh
ter ufCapt. Jame Anderson, all f thi county.
A DMINIS IRA TOIVS NO TICE.
OTK hereby given that the undersigned ba
takm out letlen of Ailnnnilratinn on Ihe es
tate of Creed 8. Furrnton, deceateil. frnm the Clerk
of Ihe Pike County Conrt, bearing dale Ihe 4th day
of February. I4'l: nil permna, therefore, whn hare
aa rl.ia.1 neaint thooatktta of aaid deceased, ar-
reqiiired to rxalhit the tame duly authenticated Iti
allowance, withioone year from Ihedale nf aaid l-t-ler.
nr they May be precluded from harlng any bene
fit of Said etate,and if Midi rlaiiia are a .1 preent-
d witbia three jear they i" be foerer barred.
A VIA 1, rtKOUoU.M, Adm'r.
4SIILEV FKiIAM? SKMIXAUY.
Til s iii-tOulmo wll m nrii luc tli rccri'tio
ft rh.il .r-, torn 6rH ut Hmmh nrtt. amli-f ibe
iwrii lrnlaiH-r ot nix STOUUAKW. in lf
nH c million lix-r. with gnwi fchDl foimloir.
in oi.ln lu pre cmurtt nhU c.eie-r Iv bvlh
I'lilnri-'i and PnpiN. PrrMm I tinfT at a ilitancr
fmia tnm cum oblaia boanlinc fin- llitr d tu;M.
at iacleale nt, with my fiouihr; l UT ''
bc nifli-r lh eun-toit iM-rvi-iiD rf llx (JuVrintM
rj- Term of tniliita fur a w"t. of Irn months
Pur ipllinf . rraliu(, writing aail arilel'c f "'
Geognphj en'l linramar, H
Application for almitrioa can l maiti" t
H. W. CORKEI?.
AIi!i-t. Pike To., Mo. Frb 8 H40-4t
WIIOLESALK & RKTAIL
Dry CoaJa, P rwrJix It Coamiaaioa Merchants,
ran (IB auWaefiber. bar leare to infana thair friandi
t f "ennea, amubia r.r mo a,tMcitio
ami; which wa will aall l fur eiah or proJ.ina, or la
pu'iclu-tl diialorann I Ha omialtima- All prata wbih.
in( lo pn.-ehaao will find is much io shair interns :o aall
aad aia nias. btfnra pirehtainf alsrhar, as anr
atork in I ha apring will ba very Urga ant wall el-rlJ.
an. wa ara delnnninsd lo aall sha-n i aa K will ba an
inducement lo Ihoao at a diatanen lu call an I esa nine
for theinealm. Wa alo bars a very Urgo Waia
Ilwaa suitable for t.wil lobicea with an ineneetmn
aaSaMfhed there; which will ba rajdy far reeeinaf and
taring tobacco by the find af M irch next, or any oth
er ariii:le of produce th it rar ba ennicned to our care
ITa feel eanSJer.t fro n wir .mr expe' enee in thai bu-
inexa, thai we can ren.1 it antita aatiafaelioa to all Iheae
I whn m tr fer u with their patronage,
James M. While.
Clarkaville, February 5tb 1849-17-sf.
A -PUO.fi ISK.
LIFE ASD IMMORTALITY!!
79 nil true pcii'enls who wi I nowrttnv. for-va-lnnlpiyup
their OLD GROG
BILLS, the sub.ieriber will come us nenr hix
ra;nisr. a a-y rarthly nvtrt.il enn do with
a promt., if I'iry gel ami more, iney in
h.tce lo show their SHINERS! oturwise
they go off t irstu.
JOS I All GORDON.
LmUimi. Frb. 8. 1 840-1 7-T-
l. SKT rl.KHKN f The Miitrr.iieil Ad-
mii-tr:itf de bni jn with Ihe will annexed.
of the K-Ileuf Warren Strain, ileceated ; will niaki
a 6nil elllemrnl of hi" al.uioi-iralion ol aid Koate.
at Ihenrxt May li'tm of the eouuly court fur Tikr
Feb 8 1S40 Adm'r de bi, noa.
A Likely Xegro Jinn Tor
afKV MiiniUv lhefir-tdy of Ihe eauin( Marr
J term of Ihe Pike Circuit Court, I (hall oflVr f.n
ale I th hia-he-t hi Her. before the Couit llouv
a. .or in the torn rf Botalu p-C.reea a Jounr, and
Iitrlir:i.iiai9 The trr. will he a err lit uf i
..nth. ih IkhoI aa eoprorrd prrmnal wearily.
Frh-ss4l JVMKSt;. RKllMMi.
ORDER OF COURT.
STATE OF MISSOURI. ss
County of Uncln,
In Vie Circuit Court fr M ty Tern 1810.
Nihian II. Hardin, and J
Margaret llxfilin, lii
Hadawah B iyd, John
Ar-aj-troiic, anil Flix
ahelh AonOror-, hi
wife. Jiioll ivil, Abra
ham Boyd, Datid
Bird if- and Wm
Oa a B it in Chancery
iorditiiiu of Lsail.
R ijiiI, Defendants. )
jaaaa g enmplainantr, Ninian II Ififlin, anl Mar-
exa) xsrrt hi wife, b irinr on Ihe 27lb day of Jann
art. A. 0 14(1. Died in the olfiVeof the Clerk uf Ihe
ricuil Court, of Ihe county of Lincoln. aii Stale ol
MiH.i, aforeraid Iheir bill of cnmplninl a(aint Ihe
deleailaets afoteaid, latin( thai DxtlM B.ifil lite
of aaid county, departed Chi life nn Ihe fonitb da)
of JanuiryA. I) l0 erixed and peawil .f a
tract of land it :teil m said conaly of Lincoln, con
laininf I wo hundred aal foily arrea aeret and ei.-ly-lonr
hui ilierilha nf an acre. an I heiuca pari af a
U'irr tract conta ainx three bundled and fi'lr aren.
wheh was (ranted by the pani'hf.orernuteut lo mii
Divi.l B yd, and known na Nn. a III; anid tra-t he
in; Hie aame on which tVe raid D arid B d departed
this life, an I nwneil al the time nf hit death. That
he left a widow, lladaah Bd who it 'till tiring.
and Ihe following- lawfully begotten children, whn ate
ho nnly heir, xix: Elixahelh Armtmn(. la e Kl.xi
Bird, now wife of John Arm-Irons. John B.iyd, A
hrahnm Boyd, D irid B.iy.1, jr. William II.). I, and
niil coMiplaiunnl. Tdaraiet Hardin, late illaifarel
Boyd, now wife of Mid complainant Nimaa II. liar-
din That aid Oirid B ), Ih-'c'd. durinc hi life
time gare by way of adrnnremrnt alber lamia toaatd
John Armtlronr ami r.lisaVth bia wife, lo anl: fifty
-,-,jf land aitnaled in Ihe comity afrraid, an!
aiijoinins Ihe land firt aforeaaid : and praying that
he defendant aforesaid be made ilrfendaela to aaid
IMI of rompluinl; and that "aid John Armtrno aail
F.liiib.-th hit wife aawer spec. A ally and ay bath
er or nnt the aaid Ihirid Boyd during bii life did fire
and ennrer tn Ihe a or either uf them aay land fey
way of advancement, anil if ao, how much: where
.ituated, and what was its tain at the lime al which
it w r,'e, what its present al te, and whether or
eot he intead In brine tba nan into hotchMit ia Ihe
partition of Ihe tract or parcel of land firt oforesaid
ami that the court will ascertain the repec:ire right
of aid ereral parlie and decree par it ion thereof
acordiuclf. Aad it ajppearmr th it said John Arm
troue and Rlirahelbbi wife, two of mid ilrfea'tant
!re t re.ideU of IhUate; aad on a laril of.ai.1
complainant Ninian It Hirdin lt that eoVct, it i
hf lhee preienl nnleied thai unleaa Ihe aid defend
a ot John Arm. trim; and Klixaheth hi wife, be and
ajipearou nr hel'u-ethe Qr-t day nf the next term of
Ihe Circn.t Conit.tn be bexnn and held at the Comt
hime in the town uf Troy, within an-l for Ihe aid
ennnly uf Linruln, and tlenf Minnri, na Ihe firat
Monday in May next, and Hie in eaideamrt their an
swer to said complainant bill, the same will be 'aken
for confeeit again! Ihem, and that Ihis order be pnb-
lihed in some newspaper printed in this slnte, for eiht
week sncceirely, Ihe lat inertiim io be at least
four week before the next Term of id circuit
eonrt. Jdi'OO oaulet my hand and seal of oJo ia
arat n of laid ennrt, thi lt da of Febrnar A.
D. 19411. HASCH rAnKER, Clerk of
Incola Chrcoit Court, fdisaonri.
Feb. ?lh t-17-ft.
T AG 1ST RATES blanks lof ei d
' icnption tat mm tt tnMnc.
-OTlCE. 4tt MntH ioitbUd br ntT et Ck
ll aeetmnl, br t tUlaraarm mt Wal tt Wlit.
r Watia, Wh a v Vm , ara lanaalcat Ik in farwarl
nt nuka MUlciaaal, as fnrtlwr indalfrnf caaaal ba
(irrn. J. M W HIT t, atarvivia pirtnstr
Fab. Sib 1840-17-lf. f WaTU 4t WbUa.
ALL lhee indbtad to the eSate ofAaa Gunn, ste.
eesaed. are raajuesSeu la make immediale payment
te tha-anderatgued adminielrateraalnnterindulgenca
eannej be giren. 0A MITEL C. FIELDER. AdmV.
Frbraery 4lb 1840-17-3L
TIIR aaderi:neil, admini'lralor of tie estate af
Joaiah V ell, lale of Pik eoealy, Mistoaci.
neceaterl, ccreby nxet notice to all concerned, er ia ..
asy wise interested in aaid estate, that lb aaderuga .
ed n-'mieislratne, will make tnal aettieatrot of saial -stale,
.t tha next Ma term of the Cooaty
couit of saiiJeotjaty.
JAMES WELL?, AJm'r. -Feb.
l-t 1840 lT-4. .
A D MINIS TRA TOR S JTOTlCE
NOTICE ia hereby fiven that latter of admlantra- .
lion, with lbs will annexed, have bean rrinlcd to
the oodenrig nod, by Sb clerk of Ibo ennnly eanrt of
fixe county, on th estate or John renix. lale. or
Pike count , :Viwonri, deceased, bearinv data the 5h)
day efFjVuirr. Hi I. All psranaa Iherelor bavins;
any claim agiinet aiid deeoaaa.1. wilt prevent tbeinx
imr aliewance, aecordiae; lo law, willim I we Ire
aaeniha frewn th data af aod letters, or they nay be
preclude! fr-i n hnnnf aer beaefit af said aatate. and if .
nos exhihile4 wh hi t three retre front eatd data ther
will be r.-errrharr-U. WILLI PEXIX. Ad.
Feb. 8th IdeT-17-ll. with lb will annexed.
Firm For sale
THE nnderaigned, deairada eframoring aoath, pra ..
poae aellins? bia farm aa accom modalin r tem-a.
H being She same on which he aow roaidea- eootainieg
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jou acre ai auparier lanJ, lying oo ins state road lead. -ing
from R rwling Greet, lo New London; bar Bade '
fr,ra the farmer place, and twelve milee front Louisiana :
aa Iba rimr Of the said land, about aa third i Pni.
-ia, tba balance well Umbered; cempeeed of Hickory.
Elm, Walnut and aik of earioaa apocie. Tbm- imprara.
meoueoneiet ofadurlbi bewad log dweUiag boasa.
bara, atablaa and oilier aoeeaeary baildtnra. ilhoat eae -hundred
acres ia eulliralien. 10 ia meadow, betweea IS 1
and 33 acres ia wheal, aom bearinf apple, and peach '
tree; with an inedible supply ef stock water, eietera)
wall. Ac. Persons deairoo of porebaaiog a haaJsosaa '
sitnalien, would do well t make applicalieaaaoa. -
i arms maae Known by applt ing to
ALEXANDER MILLER. -I
ike county, Misseari, Feb.3rd 1840-17-21.
A. F. TRAINER, late from Vuginia,
HAS rnmmeored lh a bore buinet ia the Iowa '
of IIOWLIXU GREEN, Tike county. Mo,
where t.e will he at all lime found, in the boat
lately occupied by Pr. Tompkins opposite J. Camp
bell's Store. Hi woik will be doffe ia fatbrucab'ta
and aeat style ni oa the shortest solve, bo -therefore
solicits a har of pnblic patronage, bapiag
at thesam time to git rati?fecti-n4 as na .aie
will be spared ia re doing. Jaa H, IHC-tf 1.
'sllE ib-ciiber intending to quit the fa'ming bu
J ines for a few 0ger fc, nts ct bl '
resilience in Ralls -mMt. ... vmm i .
lAtndim. oa WEDN ESlr,ke I9t. day t FEB
KHAR Y in.l.all bia a.Ua.aod.'
xraia, conai.linc of horses, aattb), ibaTeTlraat ora"
wo joke of oxen, one wagon and gig, "mjfr"
hoes, ate, greting, com, oats, by, tt.M wiB ala "
Lire out my negroes, men, women aad bora. ' f siHT
Lease out my F arm, at the same time, if not
ti.poeil of sooner. There ia aboat ONE lit'"- .
UUKD aeiet of opea land, besides SO acre ef
wheat, 15 acre of timothy meadow. 2fi acre of b'.mm
inn parter ami 40 anr nf wrmd land failure,
with a bearing PE U'll OUCIIAKO. Tba hou-e
onit of a comfortable iloubl cabin, good barn,
tables, coraeribi aad other yceassry out boaara.
Tbere is a first rale spring aud plenty of atock waters
cnmenienl lo Ihe hctoe. The nbnre preferty will
be dipnetl of on a credit of twrls month, by the
purrhner X itiae bond with approved security.
Feb I, .-MO id WALTER CALDWELL.
PUBLIC SALE Will he sold the hiybe.t bid. "
dernn Tuewlay lb 10th day of March next, if
fair, if nnt, the next firday,at Ihe late resideaee of
Jualma Henley, dacvaed, near Spracrrsbarg, Pika
enuuly, Ihe fnllowinc peronal property six: a lot
new saddle et f bfack'milh taol cirral cows
and kores flock of beepbooehoM aad kitchew
funrilure farming atensils Ac. ia. The teraa wi,'! .
w a ereilit of sis month, oa all sum urcr fir dol
larswith bond ami approved security, aader fir .
dull ir rash will b required.
leh I l-4a-;it FASNT nENLTTV Adrn'sT.
F. II. JONES,
ATTORNEY ani Counsellor at Lw,
FFICT. at the Eagle Hotel.
A. II. I5UCK. EK,
ATrOR.XET AMD CO Psr.I.f .OR AT UTT,
TjrAS remored hi olSee, to fowa : ftneail
A.JI. dory of the Ston Hoirsa.
4 5fe j .
" i ' .7 1 Tqjl,i i i
TflE Sobsetiber reapectfullr inform tb ettUes ' J '
ot NEW-LO.NDOX. -- -
aud lb adjaceat country, that be baa jaat receirool
from lla Iti more and Philadelphia, a large aad gsoeraj .
attortmeat of Goeaa,
cnatTto or ' -v
DRY GOODS: ' ;
HXSDWAtE, CUTLERT. QUEENS WAIC
Sa iller's Materials, Boots and Shoes, Uatr, -
lip,K,astmi;s, Drugs and Medicines, '"
- aPrtiitf. Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Groceries, 6fc . V 1
111 of which are afiVred at th most tedeced anew
forcasa. The pahlio geaerally are tavitod 1 call .V"
before surehasing aliewhere, relieriag they t aaaot da "
a well a with lb andrtine. r'
JAMES CE.tRIrj,--7 "- .
Kew.Lmidnn, Jan 4. 14n St ' fi -
1 DMINISTRA TI0N NOTICE. -
OTICB la hereby giren, that th anderaigA
aa nntainan tenets oi anmini-tmtiob aa tba
etafe i.f Johaa llenle deceased, from the Clerk of
tne nr. l ouniy t next, beanng data th 324 'day
of January, lli all peraon Ibeiefo. haying claim
acint lb Oat of mid deceased, ar arquirad q
exhibit th same duly aetheeticattd fir altoWaMav
lw: ... . e .l.j... . i . . T1
- jrm' wm tmw oaw eaiu leiicra, j( taey
aay H precluded from bariar anr . heawAaatr mmlA
elale, aad if each claim are nt fkraaeabtst Hblat..
tnre years, tbey wiU b rotate baarask, , f ..
Jaa. , 14A.U AdmialiarflrU. .
J0D PRINTING V
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