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"E'ROM the Subscriber living in Saverton
Mo., a dark bay horse Colt, two year
old last spring, with a small star in his fore
head, and I think, with some white on three
of his feet. Any person hearing of a stray
of the above ' description, will please drop
mo a line at Saverton, Ralls County. Mo.
Nov. Mth 1840 3t.
NOTICE it hereby given, that undesigned
hat obtained fiorn the Clerk of the County
Court of Warren couuty, letter! of Administration
upon the Estate of Benj. Ilutcheson, decM, bearing
tldte the 2d day of November 1840. All persons hav
ing claims ngainst said etate,are requested to exhib
it them in one year from the date of (aid letter fur
allowance, or tbry may be precluded troiu any t enefit
cf raid estatr; and if such claims are not presented
within three years from the date of (aid letter i, they
will be forever barred.
Nov. 14. . DANIEL P. HUBBARD, Adm
CP 2 lies
COUNTY OF RALLS,
In the BalU Circuit Court, October Term, A. D. 1940
l O-i.u: Dl . : .r
' f Petition to foreclose
Nelson W. Brow.ler. Defd't. S
"jVJ OW, at this Hay come the snid plaintiffs, Eiisha
J. S. Gross, and Zcnm t". Bobbins, late merchants
trading under the name nnd style of Gross and Rob
bins, by John D. S. Dryilen, their attorney, and it
appearing to the sari-far tinn of the court that the
ofder of publication made in this cause at the1 last
term of this court, has not been published at required
by lasr. Therefore on mniion of the said Plaintiff'.
by their s id Attorney, it is ordered h) the Court that
you the said defendant, NeKoii VV. Browder, and all
other persons interested, he notified by the publica
tion of r. copy of thisordei in some newspaper print
ed in this state in or nearest the county of Ralls,
weekly for six weeks nrces-ively, the last insertion to
be at least four weeks previous to the commence
ment of the next term of this court, which will be
beenn and held at the Court Home in the town of
New London, within and for said county on the first
Monday iu the mouth of March next, that the said
i1aint:ff4 have commenced a suit ajiinst you in this
cocrt to foreclose a deed of Mortgage, executed by
y-jii to them on the 17th day of September, l"?.t, to
secure to them the priyment of the sum of one hun
dred and ninety dollars and four cents with interest
thereon, at the rate of ten per cent per annum until
paid, praying that judgment may be rendered acainst
yon for the said debt ami damages for the deteotina
thereof, and the equity of redemption of the mort
gaged premise;, to wit: the N W. part of lot num
ber oue, in block number four, ro:itainin forty five
feet in front, and running bark thirty two feet, situate
in the town of Cincinnati in said county and state of
Missouri may be foreter foreclosed, and that the
sa,me may be sold to satisfy whatever amount may be
found by the court to be due by the said defeudant to
the said plaintiff; an I that unless you the said Nel
son W. firowdcr, and ail other perous interested, be
and appear in thi- court at the said next March term
thereof, then and there, on the first day of that term
of the court, plead to and answer the above petition
of the plaintiffs azain-t you, judgment will be ren
dered acainst yuu by default, and the mortgaged pre
mises sold to satisfy whatever amount may then be
found by the court t be due by you to the said plain
tiffs. Until which time, thi, cause is continued.
A copv from the record.
y "Attest, JOHN RALLS, Clerk.
fTillS in-titutmn was aain opened on the 2d of
JL November by Murray & Iluckner.
The cntir-e of iu-truction comprise the Elementa
ry as well as the hiirhor branches of an English edu
cation, together with the Latin nnd Greek languages,
Mathematics Political Economy, and Natural Phi
losophy. Strict attention wiil be paid to the moral as well
as the intellectual improvement of the Pupils intrust
ed to their care.
The srhola-tic year will he divided into two sessions,
one of .) months and the other of 5 1-2 months.
Terms per innnm as fallows:
Elementary branches, ...... . 12.00
Higher branches of an English education, $15,1X1
Latin and Gr?ck languages. Mathematics, Slc. $25,00
S. F. ML' It RAY, Principal.
G. W. BUCKNER, Assistant.
Gen. Asa Rogers, and II. B. Powell .Viddlrburg Va.
John Learv, principal of Warrenton Academy Va.
John R. Wallace and lornan timer Warrenton Va.
Lucian Minor E-q CUarlnllririllt Va.
Gen. Georfe Rnt Haiti more City. Colleze Mo.
J. C. Williams Prof, of Mathematics St. Charlct
Ceu. Win. Milburn, Surveyor Gi;nS(. Lours Jtfo
Robert Payne, Pres. of La Grange College Ala.
Wui. Porter E-aj Troy Mi,
A. II. Cuckner, Esq Hairling Green, Mo.
. FINAL SETTLEMENT.
A Lis persons interested in the Estate of
Luke Hail, deceased, are hereby notified
that at the next February term of the coun
ty court, for the county of Pike, 1 shall make
a noal settlement or said estate.
. ELEANOR IIAFF,
Surviving Executrix of
. Nov. 14 4 1. LUKE IIAFF, dee'd
nflllE undersigned administrator of the es
tate of Immanuel Poor, deceased, late
of Pike county. Mo. hereby pves notice to
all concerned, or in any wav interested
said estate, that the undersigned administra
tor will make a final settlement of the said
estate at th next February term of the coun
ty court oi saw county.
E. II. POWERS, Adm'r.
Nov. 14 4t.
1 - ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
rTIHlj undersigned administrator of the
-- estate of John Mackev, late of Pike
bounty Mo., deceased, will offer for sale to
the highest bidder, on a credit of twelve
months (at the late residence of said deceas
ed, about two and a half miles westofClarks
ville,) the personal estate of said deceased,
consisting of horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, far
ming. utensils, grain and household and kitch
Sale to commence on Wednesday the 16th
day of December next, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, and if need be continue from dav
to day, until said property shall be disposed of.
CYRUS MAC KEY, Admr.
Nov. 21th 1C40.-3U
STATE OF MISSOURI,
CooaTT or Pike.
Id the Circuit Court of said county, of the term of
October, to wit, on the 10th day of October, le40.
Naaer R Cowoil,
and others, Plaintiffs,
Atlanta S I.hlow,
Petition for Partition.
and others. Defendants. J
AND now, at this day, come the said Plaintiff-,
by their attorney, and filed their petition setting
forth in substance, tliatoo the 26th of February, 1337,
William Reed, of Marion county, Kentucky, died
in said county, leaving a will disposing of most of his
estate, but died intestate as to a certain tract of land,
lying io the county of Pike, and known as the nndi.
vided half of viz hundred and forty acres patented to
Jonathan Hurley. or his legal representatives which
patent includes the sooth east fr qr. of section (2H.)
the S. W. fr. qr. of section 27, the N. E. qr. of sec
tion 33. the N. W. qr. of section 34, and the West
part of the N E qr. of section 34; all in township
55 uortL, io range three west of the fifth principal
meridian; that the other undivided half of said laud
belongs to one Abraham S. Inlow, of Pike county.
that said William Reed, deceased, left no widow,
but left the following persons bis sole heirs at la w :
1st. Mary Keed, his daughter, who is now io a de
ranged state, and residing in Mason county, Ken
tucky. 2d. John M. Keed, son, who resides in said
county. 3d. Julia Ann Reed, now Julin Ann Brow
ning, by reason of her intermarriage with Lndwell Y.
Browning, both of whom live in Mason county Ky.
4th. Rebecca Field, formerly Rebecca Reed, widow
of Greenberry Field, deceased, who lives in Clark
county, Missouri. 5th. William Reed, his son. who
lives in Clark Co. Mo. 0th. Nancy R. Cowgil, former
ly Nancy R. Reed, widow of George Cowgil. de
ceased, who lives in Clark county. Mo. 7th. Elixa
betb Musgrove, formerly Reed, who married Samuel
Murcrove, one of the petitioners, died io Clark coun
ty. Mo., leaving the fullowing children, minors ol
said marriage, at her death, via: Mary R. Murove,
William K. Musgrove, Ilehalb Mu-grove, Jo-cph J
Musgrove and Elixubeth Mu'grove; but that snid
Elizabeth Mu'grove hath since departed this life. Nh
Surah Brown, formerly Reed, who married David
Brown, both since dead, leaving by said marriage, the
following issue 1st Charlotte Glenn, form rlv t 'har
lotte Brown; who has intermarried Jo-eph Glenn,
both of whom reside in Marion coiintv. Mo. 2d.
Mary Ann Soward, formerly Mary Ann Brown, who
married kichard Soward, both of whom hie in t'lark
county. Mo. .id. Nancy 1 hroop, formerly Nhucj
Brown, who intermarried with BeijaiMu Is. 1 hroop.
both of whom livein t'lark county. Mo 4h Soptiiti
Lacy, wife of Logan Lacy, the reidence of whom i-
not known to the petitioners. 5th. Elisabeth Lacy.
who was formerly Elixaheth Brown, and ir lermarried
with Charles Lacy, both of Shelby county. Mo !l:h.
the children of Jacob Reed, deceased, to wit: l-t
Joseph Reed, a minor, now in t'lark county, of whom
the said Samuel Musgrove is Guardian. 2d. Maiy j
Keed, now Mary Kile, wife of llix- ki.ih hire. wloe
residence is not known to the petiti -rs 3d. Re
becca Garvin, formerly Rebecca Keed, who intermar
ried witn one John B. Garvin, whose residence is not
known: that said Rebecca diet! and left a child who
died a Wo, but as far as the petitioners know left no
other child that the said undivided half of the tract
of land aforesaid should be divided by law, as fol
lows, to wit: to Mary Reed, one e.iuiil tinth pait;
to John M. Reed, one equal iiith put: to Julia Ann
Biowning, wife of Ludwrll Y. Browning, one eoiial
ninth part; to Rebecra Field, formerly Rebecca Keed,
widow and relict of Greenberry Field, one equal
K:..,k . . . :iir r, t . '
., pm,, iu n iiiiiiu isceo, one eqii:ii siinin pari;
to Nancy K. Cowgil, formerly Keed, widow of Geo
Cowgil, deceased, one equal ointh part; to il r loir
at law of Elisabeth Musgrove, foinierly Llisibeth
Reed, nne equal ninth part; to the heiis at law ol
aatan lirown, formerly arah Keed, one equal iiu.tn
part: and further represents, that the said Elizntoth
Mil'grove and Sarah Brown each die. I without will
and prays tnat the said Abraham S. Inlow be made
a party, defendant to this petition, that the a.si.l Ma j
ry Keen, juna Ann browning, loriiieri, Juiia Ann I
Heed, ant her bu.hand I ndwell V. It,... - .....I !
John M Keed, who live in Mason county, h i!r
hecca Field, formerly Rebecca Keed. .,.).. ,
, r iii ,1- ...
Greenberry rield, deceased, who lives ml lark mm-
i i n mm .,
ly Mo, Mary R Mu'grove, William R. M.i-g.o.e.
Dekalb Mu.grove ami Joseph J. Mugrove, ..nor-
and children of Elizabeth Mu'grove, d. ce i.ed. w I... i
li ; ..;. r i-i..u . 1 r:t i'..
- w j - . , ..u.,L w, ,
Joeph Glenn, who live in Marion county. Mo, Aim I
Soward and Richard Soward, who live in ( I nk conn-1
it, .mo, nancy i nroop ami iienjaiuin . I droop,
who live in Clark county Mo, Sophiu l.acy and l.o.
gau Lacy, whose residence is unknown, Kliral.eth
Ijscy and Charles Lacy, who livein Shelby con. ty,
Joseph Reed, minor, re-ident in t'lark county a lore
said, Msry Kile, and llexekinh Kile, who-e le-id. m e
is not known, Nancy Reed.daur.hter of Jucoh Keed.
a minor, whose residence is nut knuwu, nnd John B
Garvin, who lives in St Charles county. Mo, be made
defendants to this petition and true an-wer- make
thereto, and praying further that Guardians, ad litem
may be appointed for the minor heirs of Elixaheth i
Musgrove,deceased, and for the minor heirs or litcol.
Reed, deceased, and that upon ascertaining the re
speclive rights of the parties the court order a parti
tion of the said land among nil tho-e interested there
in according; to their respective rights, and that for
mis purpose commissioner oe appomte.l by the court Extraordinary case of I.y.n.n Pratt, who was afflict
to review the premises and report thereon, and lhat if ej W1,h Phihmc 20 yean; effected a perfect cure in Ui
partition thereof cannot he had without prejudice to j hours by the use of the Life Medicines,
the owners that a sale thereof be ordered and the pro- Thnusanda of persons afflicted in like manner have,
ceeds divided accordinc to the respective rights, or by a judicious use of Moffat's Pills and Phenix Bitters,
held br the Court for such as are ahwnt or of on.
sound mind, and the said petition being seen, heard, ! life. The Bitter are pleasant to the taste and smell,
and fully understood by the court. It is ordered that Ideally aslr.nge the fibres ofihe stomach, and give that
process be issued against the several i.er-ons therein proper tensity wh.ch a gmsd digestion renu.res. As no
named who are resident, of thi. stale and have not .' bette adapted to nourish and help the con
. . ... ... .... .... Mitution, a. there is nothing more generally acknowl.
become , .art.es to tht, nelitmri, and that said M'y edgnd be peculiarly efficacious in all inward wasting..
Reed, John M. Reed, Ludwell Y Browning and Ju . ,ppeljte Hld,Kfmlion. depression of spirits, tram,
ha Aon.fais wife, Lng.e Lacy, and Sophia, hi. wife, blingor shaking of the hands and limbs, obstinate coughs
and llexekiah Kile and Mary, his wife, be notified of .hortnesa of breath, or consumptive habits,
the filing of this petition, and that unlets they-shall I The Ufa Medicines posse wonderful efficacy in all
he and appear, and file their respective answera herein 'nervous disorders, fits, headache, weaknesae. heavi.
nn or before the first day of the next term of this
Court, shesiid petitinnaud all the matter ami thine,
therein stated, will be taken for Wes-ed nKai,,.
aa a i ...... i.- r
nss.s, as. mm uas.iiars uiunciis iiaa. am atriia ivrii-iii
be publithet) in mine iPWpRr in or neurr-t to Iht
said county of Pike for at lea.t three week. ...cces-'
sively, the last mrlion whereof to be at least .is i
.. .. .
weeks before the first day of the neat term of this
eo.irt anu this cause iscnntinoed. I
I, M. J. Noyes, Clerk of the Circuit Court, within
and for said county of Pike, certify that the above !
and foregoing writing is a true and perfect copy ol the
record ai d proceeding nfsaid court, in the cause ther-
in staled, at the above recited term thereof as fully.
amply, and at large, as the same appears ou the record
of mid court. I
In laittmMi. .hai.nF f Vv I. .. .... '
.- ....... j - . -...........,
nd and affixed the seal of said
nrt, at office thia 1511s day of Novem.
, 1S40. M. J. NOYES, Cle.k.
ljB'"-"- win ne presented io me next general at
JL sembly of the State of Missouri, a petition for
nrnr ,, .....
anew county tskta from Pike and Lincoln, bounding
on the Missisiippi river.
''7 11 MANY CITIZENS.
rPHE undersigned hereby informsall those
indebted to him, that his accounts are
now in the hands of James . Kobbins for
settlement and collection. Those wh know
themselves to be indebted to him will please
settle the same with Me. Robbin without de
lay. JAMES D. TISDALE.
HOODS for sale by
Is f!A ?
CAMPBELL & CRANE.
WHO WANTS BETTER EV IDENCE!
would refer the reading public to the numerous
voluntary letters published recently in the GOOD
SAMARITAN relative to the happy and beneficial
effects of the administration of MOFFAT'S LIFE
PILLS AND PHEN1X BITTERS.
Those who have perused the letters above referred ts
will observe that in almost every case they a' teat the
fact, that no inconvenience of any sort attends the ta.
king of these medicines, in ordinary cases, but that the
patient, without feeling their operation, is universally
left in a stronger and better atata of health than waa
experienced previous to being afflicted with disease; and
in all eases of acuta suffering, great relief is obtained in
a few hours, and a cure is generally effected in two or
In case of Fever of every description, and all billious
affections, it is unnecessary for ma to say aught, as 1 be
lieve i he LIFE MEDICINES are now nniversally ad
mitted to be the most speedy and effectual cure extant
in all diseases or that class.
The Life Medicines ara also a most excellent relief in
affections of the liver and bowels, as has been proved
in hundreds of cases where patients have coma forward
and requested that their experience in taking them might
be published Tor the benefit or other. In their opera,
lion in such eases, they restore tha tone of tha stomach,
strengthen the digestive organs, and invigorate the
general functions of the whole body, and thus become
to both sexes for they are perfectly adapted to each) an
invaluable means of preventing disease and restoring
In affections of the head, whether accompanied with
pain and guldinesa, or marked by the grievous calamity
of impaired mental energy, in palpitations of the heart.
flatulency. Ion or appetite and strength, and the multi.
plied symptoms of disordered digestions. The Life Me.
dicines will be found to possess the most salutary effica.
Convtilut ons relsxed, weak or decayed, in men or
women, are under the immediate influence of the Life
Medicines. Old coughs, asthmas, and consumptive hab
its are soon relieved and speedily cured. Poverty of
blood, and emaciated limba will ere luiig meet the hap.
piest changL, the chill watery fluid will bec ome rich and
balnamic, and the limbs will be covered with flesh, firm
.Nervous disorders of every kind, and from whatever
caue arising, Hy before the effect of the Lite Medicine.,
and a I that train or sinkings anxieties and tremours
which so dreadlully affect the weak, the sedentary, and
the delicate will in a short time, be succeeded by cheer
fulness and every presage f health.
For weakness, deficiency of natural strength, and ra.
nation of the vessel., by too frequent indulgence of
the passions, ibis medicine is a safe, certain, and invalu.
Those who have long resided in hot climates, and are
li""'.id and relaxed in the whide system may take THE
l-l r K MEDICINES with Ilia happiest effects and
persons removing to the Southern state or Wert Indies
cannot store a more important a r'icle of health and life.
The following caaea are among the most recent cures
effected, and gratefully acknowledged by the persons
Caa of Jacob B. Hunt, New Windsor, Orange county.
New York. A dreadful tumor destroyed nearly tha
hide of his face, nose and jaw. Experienced quick
relief from the use of the Life Medicines, and in less
thsn three months was entirely cored.
Cas of Thomas I'urcell, sen'r S-l years of age wa
afflicted 14 years with awrllmg in his legs was entire..
ly cured hv taking 43 pills in three weeks.
Case of John llaullnn, Aberdeen Ohio, rheumatism
fivo years la entirely cured baa used the late Medi
I chips for worms in children and found them a sovereign
j Case of I-ewis Austin periodical ail k headache al.
wave relieved by a small d.-e now entirely free Iroin it. j
- auhii vuc . ....,-, u'im,i
inveterate dy.nepMa. and general drhdily.
ol Art n AUains, t niii-nr vjiiio rneumaiisin.
; "rrr .,.uiin .... s.-.,s,., nr,,... .
i been confined fceven year, was raicd from her bed by
, , , , .: , , ... f. '
Itakii.gone box of pill, and a bottle ol hitler,, a most
! rr.rdmlry r..ro -she . now a very healthy and ro.
,,., ., in.,ej h. hrr husband huM Adams.
c,.e uf Mr.. Badger wife of Joseph llaoger, nearly
r . ' ;
inn ..,c rcttuii mo . o.
Case of Sums Goodaraut a youne unmarried woman;
subject to ill dealt for several years a small course of
the ifn Medicines entirely restored her; rs now hale
Case of Miss Thomas, daughter of iCIi Thomas; cough
and symptoms of consumption; cured in 4 weeks. Her
sister cured of a severe attack of rheumatism in one
Case of S. Cotvin cured of a severe attack of scar,
let fever, in a few day by theuse of the Life Medi.
Case of Twogood. Salina, N. Y was in a very low
state of health a year and a half; did not expect to re-1
cover, .-he is now able to walk about and is rapidly re.
covering both health and strength
(Tbho of Benjamin J. Tucker, severe case of Fever
and Acne cured in a very short space of time. Direc-
tions followed strictly.
Case of Amos Davis; affection of the liver; after try.
! ing doctors remedies in vain far a long lime, wa cured
been restored to the enjoyment of all the comforts of
ness and lownosaol spirit, mmiies ol signt. coniuaeo
thought, wanderings of the mind, vapor and melan-l
Cliony. ann ..I a n... o. nyareric compi.in.. are gr.uu...
IV removed oy wuir uws in iicinmw 01 inn w.imirn,
flatulencies, or olntrorlinns, they are safe and powerful,
"d " " "'fKt f 11,8 blood h"w Dl j
am f risk avfnrld I
in inn witriu,
p. .j.ii,,.i .-;,U of ih. ahovn mdieine.
Moffat's "Good .Samaritan," a copy of which sccompa.
nir,H tne medicines; a copy can also be obtained of the
different agents who have the medicinia for sale,
French. German, and Spanish direction can be oh.
tainod on application at the office 375 Broadway. All
post paid letters will receive immediate attention.
Prepared and sold by WM. B. MOt t AT, 35 Broad,
. New York A liberal deduction mado to those
who purchase to sell again. ......
A cent.. 1 he kilo aiemcinea may aiso no nsa oi tne
nni.cinaldrur'i'iHl in every town inrooenoiii me unuea
Stales and ihe Canada. Ask for MoSal's Life Pills and
Phenix Bitter; and be aura lhat a fae simile of John '
MoHUCignalure ia upon the label of each bottte ef biU
ler. or box ot pin.
For sale by Dr. T. 8. WAT Mi. Bowline Green.
of every description neatly executed at tit it
f AGISTRATES BLANKS of eve ryde
scrintion, for sale at this office.
THIS extraordinary chemical composition, the re
sult of science and the invention of a celebra
ted medical man, the introduction of which to the
public was invested with the solemnity of a death
bed bequest, has since gained a reputation unparal
leled, fully sutainiug the correctness of the lamented
Dr Gridley's last confession, that "he dared not die
without giving to posterity the benefit of bis knowl
edge oa this subject." and he therefore bequeathed
to his friend ani attendaut, Solomon Uays, the secret
of his discovery. .
It is now used in the principal hospitals, and the
private practice in onr country, first and most cer
tainly for the care of the Pile, and also extensive
and effectually as to baffle credulity, antes where
its effects art) witnessed. Externally in the follow
For Vropty--Creating extraordinary absorption at
5aeings Reducing them in a few hours.
Rhcumat'ttn Acnte or chronic, giving quick ease.
Sore Throat By enncer. ulcers, or colds.
Croup and Hooping-Cough Externally and over
4i7 Bruite; Sprain, and Burnt Curing in a few
Sorer and Ulcert Whether fresh or long standing,
and fever sores.
It operation upon adults and children in reducing
rheumatic swellings, and loo'ening coughs ami tight
ness of the chest by relaxation of the parts, has been
surprising beyond conception. The common remark
surprisinj beyond conceii
of those who have used it in the Piles, is, ult acts like
THE PILES. The price, fl, is refunded to any
person who will use a bottle of llaya Liniment for
the Piles, and return the empty bottle without being
cured. These are the posit ve orders of the proprie
tor to the agents, and out of many thousands sold,
not nne has been unsuccessful.
We might insert certificates to any length, but pre
fer lhat Ihii'e who sell the article, should exhibit the
original to purchasers.
(Ey-For sale by Dr. T. S. WATERS & BRO.
Rowling Green, Mo.
VALUABLE FARM FOR SLE.
HE tmilersii'tied ofTe rs for Male a v:.lun
li tract of l.'ii.l, lyin three miles west
f New LtmiJii.-t, Kills county, containing
two hundred acre. Ther j is a ood propor
tion of timber ami Praitie on said l;mJ, ami
a poml fr.ime dwelling just finished, with a
line spring. The land is of the best quality,
and viiil he sold on the most reasonable term.-;
part of the purchase money in hand, nnd the
remainder t suit the purchaser. For fur
ther information, apply to the suhsciiber at
New I."tidnn, M".
Oct. 10. LEWIS TRACY.
X'OTK'E i hereby given that James W. Booth of
i 1 t'larkstille. Pike roil id). Mo , has executed to
in the nii'ler-iiiieil nn as'igi inenl an ins properly nnu
ff.cts for the benefit of his creditors; which said
.L ed hears date the 21th day of July, A. D 1M4.
and is lecorded in the Recorder's OtBce of the said
connl) ; the said eieditor are hereby notified and re
quired iaieeul their el:iim to me the uid ilnder-irn-ed,
anil become parties to the said assignment within
four months f-ons lhi date, or they will be barred
from any benefit under the said as.itnment.
Oct. 17. THOMAS McUl'EKN, Tru-tee.
QJTOLEN from the residence of Rev. John
F. draw near Auburn, about the 1st ol
A.n"ust last, a beaver cl"t!l OVERCOAT of
a blue black colour; collar covered vi:h
black astrachrtn lambskin, four pockets be
hind, large- bli ck figured buttons edges hound.
I will 'ive the above re want for the recove
ry of the property, and conviction of the
thief if a white man; or I will "ive NlO for
,. , ,
if uninsured, delivered to me at
Rowlino; Green, Mo.
Nov. 14. G. 15. CRANE.
4 LL persons interested in the estate of
Ibigal Ferguson, deceased, are hereby
notified that I ha'l at the next term of the
county court f Montgomery county, in
Missouri. ! be begun on the second Mon
day of February. A. I). 1841, make a final
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j settlement ol my administration ot said es
Oct. 34 4.
JAMES ELLIS. A.bi.V.
IVOITCE is hereby given to all creditors
ami others interested in the estate of
Robett Nve, late of Pike Co. deceased, lhat I
the undersigned Administrator of said estate,
intend to make a final settlement of my Ad
ministration of said estate at the next Feb
ruary term of the county couit. of Pike Co.
" WILLIAM HROWN. Administrator
of the estate ol ROBERT LOVE, deed.
ELEVEN LIKELY" AND VALUABLE
NEGROES FOR SALE,
f N Pursuance of an order mule by the
County Court of Pike county, at the No
etiilet Term thereof, 1840, I shall proceed
to si ll to the highest bidder nn a credit of
2 months, befoie the Court House door in
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ol January, 1841, eleven likely negroes be-
'""ging t the estate of the late Austin AI-
ani I ! I
I mouii, ueceasea. i ne purcnaser win De re
!tttiied tu i-'ive bond with approved security
lor the payment ol the purchase money, bear
ing 6 per cent interest from dav of sale.
U. J. ALMOND, Adm'r.
Of Estate of A. ALMOND, dee'd.
Dec. 5 3t-
JFlT It is hereby given that Ihe undersigned has
Thl taken utit letters of AdH.iliktratiuav a f l. ...
uto cf Hugh trt,, deceased, bom the Clerk of the
aot Court, of Wairea County, bearing date the
Shi of October. A. D. 140: all Dersons. therefor.
whohe.nTcl.i..eain,t the elate of .aid deceased
are required toeiuibit thesaroe duly authenticated fo
allowanee, within one year from the date of said Ut
ters, or they may be precluded from having any bene
fit of said estate, and if such claim are not present
ed witbio three years they will he forever barred.
LEWIS KENNEDY, sTaa.
Oct 31, ie40.3t.
BALM OP COLUMBIA. .
An Important Recent Chemical Discoter'
THE HUMAN HAIR. '
WHERE the hair is observed to be growing thi.
nothing can be more preposterous thaa loeaai
of oila grease, or any fatty mailer. Tbehr appdcaUaasaa :
only ha recommended through the gosest ignoraaea, a'
they hasten the fall of the hair, by increasing the ra.'
taxation of the skin. .When there a harsh, dry, t
contracted akin, and where the small blood vsaaala
which carry nourishment to the bulb are obabacted.
then the oil, ere-, maybe food, as they land te Mu.'
the akio ; but alone, they are of no avail. There Bloat
be a stimulus, to rouse the vessels from their torpor
and quickea the current of the blood, Extract rat'
Clirekugkt Trrmti sa tha kair.
The Balm of Columbia ia the only preparation lhJ
can bava that effect, being entirely free from any etl)
substance. Iu positive qualitiea are aa follows:
1st For infant, keeping the head free fiorn scarf
and causing a loxurienl growth of bair.
2d For ladies after a child birth, restoring the ekr
to ila natural atrenglb and firmness and preventing t.
falling out of the hair.
3d For any person recovering from any debilitytl:
same effect ia produced.
4lh I fused in infancy till a good growth ia atartat '
it may be preserved by attention to the latest perk,
5th It free the heard from dandruff, strengths i
the root, impart hearth and vigour to the eireaic:i i
.flfl nrMW.1,1. flh. k.i. f.nn. ..I.i.. .
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6lh It causes the bair to curl beautifully whet
up in it over night.
H7 No ladies' toilet should ever be made wit!
7lh Children who have by any means cos
vermin in the bead, are immediately and perfect'
of ibam hy its use. It is infallible.
From tie Botlon CknnicU, Jam, 10.
We see by ao advertisement in another cotoma that
.Vessra. Comstock d Co., the American A genu for
Oldridge'a Balm of Columbia, have deputies to sell lhat
article in Boston and elsewhere We know a Udy at
this city whose hair was so nearly gone aa to expo
entirely her phrenological developments, which, consid.
ering thst they betokened a most amiable disposition, w
not in reality very unfortunate. Nevertheless she
mnurned the loss of lock that she had worn, and, af
ter a year" fruitless resort to miscalled restoratives,
purchased' some months ago, a bottle or two of Oldridgt's
Balm, and she has now ringlets in rich profusion, glossy,
and of raven blackness. We are not puffing noneef
tha eommod ty has been sent to us, and, indeed, we ea
not want any, for though we were obliged to wear a wig
a year ago, wa have now, through its virtue, hair aneegh.
and of a passable quality, of our own.
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late Mayor of Pbila.
delphia, ha certified, a may be seen below, to the high
chsracler of the following gentlemen.
The undersigned do heroby ceitify lhat we hare asea
the Balm of Columbia discovered by J. Oldridge, aad
have found it highly serviceable not only aa a preveal-
iveagainn me tailing on ot nsir, but also a certain rant,
r.toe W.U. Til A I C'lIklK, senior.
Methodist Minister in St. George charge.
No. 6 North Fifth-street.
JOHN P. INGUSH. 321 Arch street.
JOHN D. THOMAS, M D. 163 Race st.
JOHN S. Fl'RKY. Ill 1 Spruce st.
HIGH McCl'KDY.24:i South 7th st.
JOHN GAUD, Jr. 12:Arcb.t.
The aed, and thoe who persist in wearing wigs
may ut alway. experience its restorative qualities,
yes it will eerteiuly rai'e its virtue, in the otiosalioaj
of the public, whei. il is known that laree of the
ahoc i-ners are more than 50 years of age, aad the
others uot less than 'M
From the Mayor.
Caiaoxwt.tLTn or Prsxsvf.va.iM, J
t it of Philadelphia. t
I. ROBERT W If RTON, Mayor of said city of
i nii.icciphia, il r rely ce.tify that I am well ac
4U.iinte.l with Me.'rs J. P. Inclish, John S. Forey,
and la;b Mcfor.ly, whoe names are signed to lb,
above ceilii'ic.te-, that they are gentleman of char,
act-rand respectability, ad as such full credit should,
be risen to the said certificate.
Iu witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand,
and rin nl thc-eil of the city to he affixed, thi
u.S ith dar of December Ac.
ROBERT WHARTON, Mayor.
fJrFo. sale hy Dr. T. S. WATERS & CO.
ELIXIR OF HEALTH.
THE author of thi. article is very desiroos that
Ins tiews and -eiti.ns sh -uld not bemi.under-
tood, and lhat the public should know the real ster.t
and effects of so important a remedy. He will state
a few facts on which the reader msy most implicitly
icly. They are true. 1 1 is asserted most solemnly
aad serioudy, and the persons who will investigate
still find them inraiiabte On this assertion the au
thor pledges his reputation and character not only a
a man and physician, but a. a moral and correct good
citizen. We reiea:. this medicine is all it nrnis&
Gentlemen have told the proprietor often. tha
whether prudent or not they feel perfectly safe from
any fever while they have the article. They caa
a-o.ys throw off the worst kind of fevers in a few
hour., if taken at the commencement. Thev rise
from it. use without the least debility, and feel oer-
(cells free, well anil bright.
H'ill not the Public gite it a trial
mln uncommon fact is, that this remedy is a avrao
palatable and pleasant to the taste, and children take
it always with the greatest readiness.
I hr proprietor is now makine rapid arranremeat
io l.ave tins article in the hands of every drngtut
and apothecary in this country. It may be known
to he genuine by Ihe tic.iiature of the gentleman aad
phyticiau who i the au'hor of it.
K SPHON, M. D.
fc-For sale hy Dr. T. S. WATERS St BRO,
Bowling Green. Mo.
COOli AND JOIJ rillXTLW.
Hook. Blank Cheeks
Hitmphlctn, 4 l seeds, Mortgagee,
Circular, Notes 1
Carda of all kind, " Bills ol Cxchaig,
Ladin;, ) ahrriffs )
florae, and S BILLS. ClerkN. aad J BLANaJk.
FANCY AND ORVAsMENTAL PRINTING
Will be done expeditiously on reasonable terms at la
fLAl.T RIVER JOI7Ry.1T. OFFICE
A. II. RUCKTER,
attorxey xd roixmwR AT uw,
BOWLING GREEN, MO.
HAS remored his office, to a room in the scceadl
story of the Stone House.
- January 2S. 184A
rTlHE undersigned Administrator of the
estate oLDoctor White, deceased. laU
of Pike County Mo., hereby gives no.
tice Io all concerned or in any way interested V
in said estate, lhat the undersigned admini 1 :
trator will apply for a final settlement of saii . I
estate at the next February term of U j
County court of said countv." . ,
JOSEPH WHITE, Administnw, . )
Nov. 14 4t. I.