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Correspondence of the Baltimore. American
:-'f Washington, April 14, 1840.
United Slates Senate.
IMPORTANT REPORT AND DEBATE.
Tlie committee on Foreign afTiirs thi:
hear the Senator from M.iine say that he was
not for war. II there was a war party it was
a criminal one. He was pleased to believe that
the dominant party were opposed to war.
the opinion of the country was against war.
mo.hinim.de a report in answer to the Ex- nd ". a P'rl cuulJ be
eautive and other communications referred
t tiie committee on the subject of the Noi ih
E istern Boundary.
Tiie Com. nit'.ee staes that ihev have had
found to deleud war.
There were but two ways of settling this
question, continued Mr. Clay. By war or
by negotiation. The Senate and the country
I : . i .1 . i .i I.
the s one under consideration, and give their " '" question, ana inouu
re...sf.irnot reporti.,,; il( len-lh at lhiJnot ,s " 'nested as Maine, it was a
mofetit. The renins ii-:y are-th.u t!.e ,Ml fr the t.overn.nent .,li e to settle.
wi.ia . now Mo-e .h- B .i.shOovcnment! s 1,1 Mr- LiaY 1 ,.!e,,evo ,,,p P',He
lor. cor.si-I-raii.'n. Ti.e pr..ii .mi ion :el.ie
oi .Maine as patriotic and as wise ana as
biave as the citizens of any other section of
the country, I cannot consent that Maine
should t:ke this question from the General
Government. If by negotiation the question
is to be settled, th Executive ami the Senate
must settle it. If by war. this Government
alone is to declare war. I can leel, I do feel
for the osit ion of .Maine, but 1 cannot con
sent that she should take anv wcr liom
the General Government into her own hands.
There are two stcuiitii-s. said Mr. C
against the opinion ol war. Gieat Britain
cannot, when the riint is with us. I e w ill-1
in;j to make the (ji:esncna war question; and j
I t-t ill, ved, lie Mided that tdie would come 1 1
to this conclusion upon an exaiuir-ntum -ij
imr ijui:t.iiifii a.ui si'i. v-mi, ... - w,
that upon an investigation, she shoul.l tl ink
that tl.e rillht was With I tr we:e we tl.ni" r-7- Ws at- niithorized tn.inni.unee JESSK
i The Presbytery of St. Charles, will hold
Is semi-annual session at Louisville, Lincoln
count v, Mo., commencing on Friday the first
day of May, at 12 o'clock, A. M.
i)5r We are authorized to nnnounee "VI 1
LI AM PKXIX, as a candidate f-r the office
of Sheriff of Pike county, at the next August
We are authorized to announce J. B.
SHIELDS, ns a candidate for the office of
Constable, in Buffalo Township, Pike county,
at the next Au;:ut election.
(KrWe are authorized to announce JAMES
A. .BOBBINS, as a candidate for Constable
of Cuivre Township, at the nest August
ft-We are authorized to announce FOUN
TAIN EDWARDS, as a cmdi.Iate for the
otli-c of constable, at B'llTala Township at
the ensuing August election.
05" We are authorized to announce THO
MAS CASH, Jr.. of Frankford. as a candi
date for constable for Penno Township, at
the next August election.
thi.t government, they 8-iy, will doulule-.s
setile or lead to the settlement .! the ques
tion at issue. The difficulties in the way
of an amicable adjustment wi l not he fiimid
to be so great as have been' anticipated. We
may (adds the report) reasonably expect
mat a reply will be received during the pres
ent or early in the approaching month of
They trust that the answer will be satisfac
tory, and have confidence that it will be so.
They have every reason to believe that this
answer will be satisfactory to ail parties,
and are therefore disposed to await the a ni
val of the answers to the proposition. The
Committee after briefly stating the f ids as.
ihey esist, coi.clude by expresMng the opin-j
ion that the question of peace or war will
ArenA in n cripnt nipnsiiri nn llie nnsupr nf
the British jrovernment to the proposition ,n n,i,"e tl,e 'ii'S'i n i.e of war? No two q . UODGEIlS.asa cand:d ite lor re-election
nr.w with that Government Irom the United ,,i,l"'"s- "P""'? "f"'-, wou.u
iiie -O 1J u:,r I'P'-n this :u slii'ii. Nis Sfid
A (far ltA rAitint. r.f r.nnri Afi- u'n.li Mr. Clav. not uiit'i all oilier ii.t ilmds tail
...V. ...U...f ... ... , , ..... . j
rose and said that he had called lor its read-j
inr wun ine view oi prinnnz an extra num
0-W are nnrh.iriz-! to
. YAOKK. nn
jAseor of K ii
! C -.i'l
ber of copies. He lived near a border town,
and his constituents without cause, he
thought had been alarmed by the recent
The rejort which the committee on for
eign relations had presented would allay ex
citement an I restore harmon v. He hearti
ly approved of it, and tlmuiit the extra num
bersouht to be prin'ed.
Mr. Clay, of Ala., advocated the large
number f copies.
Mr. Buchanan said lie did not design,
as one of the committee, to have an extra
cum erof copies pi inted. It was very short,
and would find n place in all the papers of
Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, as one of the
commit. ?ee, assented to this report.
Mr. Wriuht said that he lived on the fron
tier, and he nelieved that the great prepara
tion in the provinces were made with the
iew of self-protection, or to prevent any
volenee on the part of the disallected peo
t.'e of the province, lie did not believe
there was any design on the part of 0-?at
I'nuin to place these troops in Canad l with
a view of making war upon the people or the
Mr. Rubles of Me. said that this docu
ment upon the face of it appeared a peace
document. Heretofore we ii.ii1 been favor
ed with war documents. There were some
who desired the settlement of the question
in controversy at the expense of a war.
Hi own constituents felt a deep interest
in the subject, and be did nt believe that
the Report would be as satisfactory to them
ai tiie recent correspondence between the
Secretary of State and the Bi iiish Minister.
Tins correspondence led many of them to
hnpe that the Government would take stronjr
measures, and do something ihat. would lead
ta settlement of the. vexed question.
There was one question which Maine rear
M more than peace or war, and that ques
tion was national honor and the maintain
snce of the rights of the State.
Air. Rubles siid he coold hive wished
I - . f II r
wri imier rep irt t r a more bom opinion ' froll) qu
lor something mote decisive. Jn cmcl-j-
' fion, Mr. R. said that he was indifferent to
the question of the number of reports print
ed. The documents ordered in the early
part of the session were not supplied until
the third set were ordered to Iks printed.
The last came first and the first carne last.
If a similar delay was to take place, there
would be no value in the report.
Mr. Buchanan said that the remarks of
Senator from Maine rendered it necessarv
uathe should siy a word or two in replv.-
By the Tieaty i Ghent Here is said to le
a siiI'M.'-tm-: piovisa n which n.akes it neces
sary to teler this mailer to arbitration. The
reluience to the Kir r ol the Netherlands
was an abortion a l.iilun so cnnMderi d
and s regarded by all parties. The treaty
of "S3 then remains as it w as, and the pro
vision lor ai bit ration is Mill in lorcc.
In regard to tl e ton e in C: nada it gave
him no i.neasii.css, alihrnejli idlialed to by
the Senatoi from N. Yoik smd by others.
Gieat Britain w:is ll.e weiker party u
tliis- cotitinent. Canada was not to invade
us. but in war we were to invade dnada.
She was prepaiing for defence, not lor
attack. We are 1C.OO0.O00 strong not us
well prepared to meet Jircressi'iH as we
could wish, l ut much better p-epaied than
we were in the warol 13U better prepar
ed upon the Sea and tip n the Lakes upon
the border and in the interior. He was not
alarmed at tiie force in Canada, nor would
he lie alarmed i! the firce were mi.cli larger
than it is. A preparation was natuial.
Mr. Cliy ;ij.;nn rrpe.iiid ihat li e ques
tion must be one which the Government
niu-t ffttle. and not any rir mender id the
Union. The Governiiitni had a liht to
submit to arbitration, and ouL'ht to do so
before 'oint; to w ar.
Mr. Rubles said a few words in exlana
ti'in which concluded the discussion. Mr.
Clay had misunderstood one of bis remarks
in regard to war. He was not against war
nor for it. His opinion depended altogether
upon contingencies. He preferred peace
and was a peace man, unless circumstances
should make war necessary. Again. Mr. K.
said I.e didered from the Senator from Ken
inckv upon the subject of aibitration. The
Government could not ajrain refer this "ques
tion to a third power without the consent ol
Mr. Clay differed from the Senator.
The motion was then put to the Senate
upon printing, and ten thousand extra copies
to the office of constaMe of Cuivre Town-
isfin. at the ensuing August e'ection.
(rJ-Vc copy the follow ing letter from the
Columbia Patriot, of the IStii April; it is
Beiitmi to his friend, the Rev. Mr.
Henderson, of the Iexington Mo. Post
Washington Cut. Feb, I C. t C 10.
lX'fir Sir The proceedings ol the mee
ting asainf the removal of Mr. Anil and the
appointment of yourself tbe"p..st master
at Lexington, A-ith the petition to te Post
Master General, anl a letter from Mr. Ry
I n I to ourselves, have all arrived. On look-
over ihriii we have fell it to be our dutv
to ii-co nmen.1 the removal ol -ir. iivianu
The report had been denounced bv the Sen i Ir.mi office, for the intemperate and imjusti-
lor, and he did not believe that the citizens fiable part which he has acred on this oc.ca-
Maine would sustain him in thatdenuncia- sion. Il the president ads on our recommend
1 he report asserted the right of Maine ation, Mr. Daniel Ashoy will te tin; receiv-
erol public monies at Iexmgtoti, long nclore
tJ0. The renort nauprtpt llio ritrlif iS t ni.a'
to the territory in dispute. It contemplated
- ouauuuiiHieiii oi uioso ngnrs, out in view
to the news from England and the peculiar
tate of things, it compelled a postponement
of action until an answer was received to
Ihe recent correspandence and tiie proposi
tion of the Government sent out in July last:
Mr. B. said that the Commmittee on For
igo A flairs would stand by Maine to the
lut, and report nothing to the disparagement
f her claims.
Mr. Ruggles said that he was at a loss to
how for what reason the Senator from
noosylvania had said that he had denounced
4 report." For aught he knew, the report
u the best which could have been made
der ll the circumstances.
U continuing l is remarks, Mr. IL said, I
never, any time, believed that a war
uld come, or was necessary. I have
apprehended any collision, and I have
"fcled this opinion upo& the justice of the
of Maine-upoo her right to the territory
jjispute. I believe that we are to avoid a
preparing to meet a war. I believe,
7rover, that Great Britain in such a cnuse
land with the opinion of the world
"WW. fcer, will not willingly engage it) a
t ' r - -
way said" he wss fery happy ' to
you receive this letter, lie being the person
recommended by us to succeed Mr. R. I
was very sorry to act thus by Mr. Ryland,
but, after reviewing his violent conduct in
the whole aflair, I could do no less than to
recommended his removal, nor did I act alone
in doing so.
As to Mr. Aull, we recommend his re
moval. 1 know nothing of the manner in
which the word "resignation" came to be
used, it is sufficient for me to know that we
recommended his removal and I am so
well n.uisficd with havinir done so, that if
there were forty thousand such in office, I
would recommend the removal of them
The democracy of the State may rest
assured that there" is neither bargaining nor
comprise in me and that we will do them
justice. ' ;
I. write no secret letters to any noay you
are therefore at liberty to show all that you
receive Irom me. - .
T, II. BENTON.
I say Pa what are yon writing there
in such a large handr Arnh hopey, an'
is'nt it to my poor mother, who is. very deaf,
thai I'-m wntipg a, loud letter,
(7-There wi'l bean exhibition of fine
horses on next Saturday, the l2i day of May,
at Walkersville. Pike count v.
(tij" There w ill be an
horses in this place on Saturday, the 9th
A DMLXIS Til A T10X NO TICE.
"VJ OTH":. i lnirljr porn Hint th iiiiiIitij:wi1 ha
1 llo-timl !rttrr if Ailiiiiiiitrtinn nn the rt
tuir of J.in.f K Ciiiii.Im-II. ilerrnM'it, rinin ttir C'trrk
of Ihr Tike "'lint ('niirt. tipmin: ilnlr the Vlh 1I1T
if A'til, I"4'l; all pffiitm, llnrrforr, who he
njr rliin iii-im-t lln? etlr f tiiitt lerrri!, Hrp
.iiirrl In exhibit the nine duly aiilheuticateil for
!!iiaii(i,l williinnne jmr front thvdr.li- of taiil let
'rt. orlliey m;ijF twi in eluilc l from httini; ny lu-ne
fit of raM el:ilf, mill if ui:h claim are nut pteseut
rtl ruhin thrt.jrr Ihrj willbr fntrtrr harrnl.
llOHrlRT ALLISOX, Adifc'r.
Bargains: Bargains l!
Tdilt b on hand the following food, which lam
deiermined to mII at eot, for ch. Parmns will
low preal birg'ina by not colling immediate!, as I
hive dutermined loaell.
A rOLI. ASSO C TMENT OF CASSIXERES.
C'un'i'ling of the following, roper Melbourne
rilied, London lib, tteel mixerl, and plain cauimeren;
gcprli niulwrr j, teel mixed, aud uiulf colored clnthi.
A creat Tarietjr of mmmer rood", it: tondoa
tweede cnaiiueref, hiack and drab eiminett, Smonj
cloth, Arxbixa do, Pa. jcaoi, French linen and tea
CALICOES. A jreat variety of super light cili
coe, paiuled lawn., do jconet and cambric gins
bru. ic. An awrtniKiit ofdren ilk: conliug
of ii per blnck, 6g pro de nnp and plain do.
ilOSlKit Y. A hcary aMortment of hosiery : cna
titlini; of nper blk. and while iiik boe; blk and
white rottou bo'r; bik and white iilk half bote; blk
and wliilr oiiied colion do.
GI.OVKS A lirivy anrtmpnt of elorer: con.i't
in; of plain blk nil'-r, mid while i'k d.i; hlk and white
C !orpil do, hri-Hil do, while. bUck and fancy Color.
il k'd. do.
Si;r;:NrKRS A hcay lot of 'Uti euilcrs: gum,
wur-trd af.d nri b.
Siij ert.lk ilalli:tn cia'Tiils.
F'itnry ;.l;ii I lluliat collarf. t cV, ic.
A raiiriy hi inn-ts bmiiift and rap ribandf.
Swifi.rtiull and raintirlc lou-liii', book niU'lin and
biibinrl,lhrpad and collon lacpt ani cd'ilip: la(lie
I'N-k. t" mh l (lni k.M.r-t1, rmlni leaf hat
riAKDWAKK AXI) COTLBRT A heavy .
ortiiiPiit of Hardware: ciin'i-tins of ki.ivea aiid forks,
prior nrnkhive, superior Rior, in cae and sin-
Hie; Mix oirrnp ir.msand Dome nu,; superior tirepp
:hrn, pailiainniiary liiii;e and butts, screws, 4.C
Xr; fDjHrrior brass knob', dtair lock, do trunk, cbpst,
tiled ami rup-hoard do, superior pad locks, common
do; Noif.i'k liilrhes, Pnire nulls. WI lork. plain bit,
rhi-4'N, eiiiih!-t and augers, curry enmhs. See ic.
One box of rt-ninYa Lin Ion mu-taid fifh.
FANCY UDtrS A varipty of f.incy pond: con
i&tine of Invs, litl't boauls, hackcammon do, shaving
! boxc, ladie. uredle bote, larlics embroidery do,lHik
iuf rla a?, waiier, iwuhI case, silk and colli n
exhibition of fine ' uil.rrll:i, whi a, spurs and gentlciuen's leather biaa
Jl'.V KI.RY A pn-at variety of jewelry: conit.
inofbreasl pins, par bobs, plain and sr-t rines, silver
pencil i-ases, 'up-r nory aud Ficncb suutf boies, ci
sar r,i-cs nnd tiilies.
Together with a variety of other pood
too tedious to enumerate. Please call and
sec for oiiicIves; rest assured, bargains
can be had by calling at my store in Troy
Lincoln county, Missouri.
a4 Ct JOSITII 15. ARTHUR.
iiil.l'rt for thr iiffice of
T, !t t?i next Au-
I 13 141
same! 13 14
4 81 50
A Farm For Sale.
rrIIR undersigned wishes to dispose of
liK hrni. liivnn U'lnrli rsi nnvv m.iiMt.
lerior to none in the couiitv; 60 acies of
which, 11 in cultivation a never failins sjirins
in the yard, tock water on th filace all the
year. The in piovement cmisHt in part of
a hewed log dwelling, stable and other out
houses, a ihriity young orchard of grafted
fruit, and a small meadow.
Persons wishing to purchase, would do
well to rail nnd look for themselve. Temis
wil! be lilx-rnl.
M.v 2-4t. WM. L. COOPER.
The Virginia Horse
Vegetable Life ledieinrs.
I1KK sjiciliriiipa are indebted for their me to
thrir imiuifi-rt and sensible action in purifying
the sprii.; aod channels of life, and enduing them
with rriipwpd tulip nnd vior. In many hundred
rp'tifii'd caes which bjve heeu made public, and in
almost evpry sperip of dnea-e which the human
frame ia liable, the Imppv iTects of MOFFAT'S
LI FK PILLS AJ VULXIX BITTF.RS haveb'en
Ivmg ill Lincoln COUIltV. 7 mile South east of ! """'"" VJ arknowleded by the pr,.ons
: . 1 ., , it 1 of ncuinii, ana who were previously unacquainteil
Ai:lnrii. 7 miles south ol Ai'W I lune. f! north I .. 1 .
" ' 'with the DPauliliilly philt.sophiral principle npun
e:mi oi I roy, nun r noun rsi ;i.i;tiu , hj,.n lCT compounded, and upon which they
. orav et -..n.ionin ion ucies oi iann, in- con-enupniiv act
The L!rK AIFDICI.NES recommend themselves
in di.eaes of every fuim and drcriptinn. Tbeir
Gist ofirralions is lo lousen from the coats of the sto
mach and howcl, the various impurities and cmdi
ties constantly settling around them; and to re
move the hardened ices which collect in the convo
lutions of the sainll intestines. .Other medicine on
ly partially cleanse the., and leave such collected
masses brbiud as to produce habilnnl costiveness.
with 'l it' tram of evils, or aadden diarrhira, with it"
iriiii.i.o-i.l lUnjprs. Tnis far! is well known to all
rrnl:ir nnalonii-l , who piamine the tiiiman bowels
after dr.ith; and benre the prejudice of these well
irforiurd men atainst qu.vck medicines or medi
cities prepared and heralded to the publia by ieno
rnnt pt-ootis. The spcond elfect of the Life Medi
cines i, to rl.'iii-e the kidneys and Ihe bladder, and
by this mpans. I he liver aud :' lunsrs. the hpalllifiil
action of which entirely depend upon the regularity
of the urinary nrrans. The hlmid, which l ike" its
red color from Ihe a.-cn'-y of the livet and the lunev
before it passes into the heart, ln ins thus pnrifi'il bj
them, aud nouri'hed by food coming from a clean sto
mach, courses fieely thrum; h the veins, renew every
part of the syleio, and triumphantly mounts the
baunerof hen lib in the hlonmiif rnepk.
Mi'Hat's Veeetntli Life .Medicine have Iweo tio
roufihly tP'tril and prnnnuncetl a sovereign remedy
fir lypppi:i. Futnleti'-y, Palpitation of Ihe Heart,
l.os of A p,. i tile, lli-Hil-hiirn and Headache, Ket
les nes. i trinper. Anxie'y, L'ii:nor and .Mulau
choly, t'oliv tir, riri.(r4, ('ho era. Fevers of a I
kind', kheilinili-iu. I.oul. Urip'ies of all kind. t.ra
vtl, Voroi. A-lhui,, aed I on-i:iiptiin, curvy, fl
eers. In, elrate Sine., ScjrholiC Laiipliofis anil lud
oiuileioii', F.niiiip complaint, S:illow, Cloudy,
ani other ili:iref-liICoiniiliiit., S.ilt Kheiiui, Fry
ipU, Conimou Cohts and Intl'icwa, nnd various
other complaint which affiii't ti e human frame. In
Ft riassND 4oir, iarl.c iln'y, the Life Meilicines
have been noi.l eminently sncces-ful ; so much so
Ihat m tha Feverand gov Di-tricU, I'hysiciaiis 1
uio.t niiivrr.'dly firecrihe them.
All Hint Mr. Mnt reqniies of l is patients is to
bp partirnljr in t ikini the Life Mediciues strictly
according to the directions It i nut bv a newspa
iwr notice, or b any thing that he hinvelf may say in
Ihrir fjv ir, (h it he Impps to e'lic credit. It is alone
by the rc-ulu nf a fair trisl
MOFFAT'S MF.niCAL MANl'AL; dcicned as
a domestic guide to health Thi little pamphlet,
edile I by W . It Mirl, tfft Broadway. New York,
has been pnldis1 ed for the purpose of explaining more
folly Mr. Muff.it's theory of disease, and will he oimil
highly interesting to persons Peking health. It treat
Uhio preralent dieaes, and Ihe oue Ihrieof--Price,
25 cents for sale by Mr. Mont's agents gene
rally. These valuable Me Urines are for sale by
Dr. T. S. WATERS A DUO.
Bowling Green, Mo.
H TILL aland tha praaent aeaaon, one half of hi"
T T time at my ftnblo, near Sugar Creek, one half
mile of 'he New London and Louisiana road; eight
miles west of the latter, and six mile east of FranVfuid:
the other half, at Dbney Jonaa' Esq., on Kpeneer Creek,
five mile cant of New London, and will be let to mare.
$'t the "eon, payable the 2-ith of December neat :
fTt the (ingrh leap, payable at Ihe lime of service,
and ti n didUr for iu.uranre: payable as soon as the
iiisie is known to be in foal or iran-ferred. Any
I'fi-i.n putting .5 mares, will oe charged with 4 mil)
Sen -on commence. I. and will expire on the 4'h dat
-f July next. Kvery pos-ihle attei.lion will be pahl
lo prevent accidents or escapes, but nu ropontihili'y
for any that raav happen.
DESCRIPTION. T.i'tam Si.andy, is a beatitirnl
hsy. handsomely marked, black mane, tail and Ir'.
wilb a mo"t ilelichtlul rout of hir; of mo! com
manning aipearauce, great strength, beauty, ami
artion; nine yrars old this spring, giiod health, fif
I ceo -handi Ihri-e inches and a hil huh, ai.d i
Ihonghl by Ihe be.l j'l'lgp., that hp not excpllid in
point of appearance ly ens horse in M'ssouri; and
I can Mi. that I think bun the suiP't f.ial getter I
ever kept Should any mares fnil to piOte in foal I
that were put la-! spring, o .lj half price will be chai
ged, in eae gentlemen M-nd anin. (Ji'iit'emen ltat
put to Tiistioii Shamly, will recollect nn the 4Ui day
of July next, ia the day I am to pay $'M to the ow
ner that produces the lines! coall.
rEDIUUEt: Tii'tain Shandy was got by Shak
peaie, hehy Virgiuian; the fasoiilo son of Sir Archie,
aud among his most distinguished racer; bisdnm
was (old in H29, to Livingston, nf New York, for
$1100: is by Mr. Herbert Hill's bay hore Shenan
doah one of the first son of the celebrated race
horse P.ilomac; he was out of a bay mare by the im
ported horse Febrifuge her dam by imported Grey
Dunned her giand dam by Wild Air g. g. dam
by Flimnai her g g g dam by Old Valiant. Tris
lam's dam by old Madison he by old Dinmed Ma
dison's dam Priestly, by Chanticleer's dam, Camilla,
hy Wild Air, Tristam'sdam Nancy Fleming, by Bel
lair he by old Medley, dam Selima, by Yorrick.
' Gentlemen will see by reterriug totba Turf Register,
that ihe Itrllnir stock stood in greater estimation in
Viiglnia. and the south, than aay other horse either
for the toif, or saddle). Tristam Shandy, made a ve
ry good seasou the last spring hi colt will show
for lhemele this spring. 1 will giva $4.1' to the
owner that show the fiet cnalt, and fit) to the
next best, to he showed on Ihe 4th day of July, 1841,
and to be left t.i good judges.
mi 411 HENRY EARLY.
MAGISTRATE'S llanls of eveiy de
seription fot sale at this office.
A quantity of old type, for sale at this
S hereby piven to all those who may con
M sider themselves concerned, that I, J. AI.
Gibson, of the Stats of Mo., and the county
of I .incon, being under nn arrest for debt,
will attend at Trov.on the filth of May next,
for the purpoe of taking the benefit of the
law for insolvent debtors.
a. ii. nucKi:ii
AT TO CAEs' AND COIJXllirLI.OIC AT LAW,
B 'tVLINUKEEN, MO.
TTA8 removed hi oflire, lo room io tha tecond
rtory of tba Eton Houm.
aatrary W, lUi.
ST. LOUIS PRICES CURRENT
Hav. prime green,
llio, 44 good
Pil tsburp, assorted
Flour. & Meal
Coin Meal, 50
Almonds, soft shell per IH
" hard da
Raisins, bunch - box! 200,
Furs Si Skins Otter
red and blu
Minks 20c: cats 25c: foxes 371c
Dofralo Kobes. 2 00,6 00i
Live Geese. I 5a
Wheat, fresh. tus 40i
Oats, ; 30
Corn in the ear 25
" shelled, bush 501bs 40;
Tennessee, flat bar Ibi 6j
44 square & round 6
Sheet Iron, 1 1
Ca-tim?s. assorted Tenn. 4,
Clear White Pine,
do do second quality
do do second quality
Shingles, white pine, scarce
Castor Oil, Mo.
Beef, Missouri, mess
44 prime, .
44 nog round
Bacon, bams canvassed
Cheese Western Reserve,
Suzar & Molasses
Louisiana, prime lb
laf, No. 1,
Molasses, plantation, gal
Salt (bush 50lbs)
Turk's Island, bush
Brandy, Champagne gal
44 New Orleans
d common none
Gunpowder, J 751 81
Imperial, 751 81
loiins Hyson, 65i 70
Midena, gall 2 00 4 00
Tenet ifie. . I 1 251 1 75
M f' 45 00 50 00
'35 00 40 00
'40 0045 00
bo 00 35 00
M 5 00 6 00
1 20 1 30
9 0010 00
3 50 350
250 3 50
1 50 1 75
75 1 00
I road Notice.
4 LL persons interested, aie hereby notified
that the undersigned will meet at Clarks
ville on the 5'h day of May next, to view
and mark out a road from Clarksville through
SidAelPs and A. G. Goodman's lane, in the
direction of the town of Ashley, to the in
tersection of the State Road from St. Charles
to Bowling Green.
F. J. Callis,
HUSH DRUt.SA.XD MEDICINES.
I UST Received at the Drug Store, in Bow-
linit-Krs'en, a good supply of drugs, med
ieines. paints, oils and dystulls, fancy articles
Slc Slc. Also a small quantity of garden
seeds. The stibsctibers are thankful for the
liberal 'tatronage they have received, and
respectfully solicit a continuance of the
T. S. WATERS 4- BRO.
April 4, tf.
ALL PERSONS interested, are hereby notified
that I have been discharged from arrest and
imprisonnseat tor debt, by Tyre A flaiten. Esq , one.
of the Justice of ihe Rail Canty Court. Until the
end of the nest July term, of tha Circuit Court at
Rail county; and, that I shall apply lor laal
h.arinr and discharge on tha first day of tha t,
Joly terra of said I ircnH Court, which will ha laid
at tha t'ourt Hnu in New London, on tb. first Moo.
day of July, 110, or as tooa thereafter a I eta b
beard. Thi 31st dy of April, 1940. ' r?
May3 - v JAMEit WHOHONET--' '
, , .. JOlTTRfNTING""- "
of very description neatly exoctod t t