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prospectus rem kendal's
-mos iykkui., proposes 10 establish a
fen.i-na-.nihly newspaper under the above
name, to be devoted to the following objects.
1. The security of the rihtof suffrage by
additional laws to punish bribery and fraud.
2. An exposure of abuses and corruptions
ia government, wherever known to exist.
3. An exposition of the principles of mod
ern t anking, and its effects upon labor, trade.
it;o: jU and government, embracing the na
!u e : nd uses of money, and a history of the
origin and progress of paper money in its
To these wiil be added all the topics com
mon in the newspapers of the day, with a
M:i;:maiy t'f news carefully compiled, fonn-J
nig an accurate history ot passing events.
Avoiding all personal altercations, thi?
paper, while it will not conceal its preferen
ces for men, will confine itself chiefly to the
elucidation of facts and principles, leaving
The ruder portions of political controversy to
The .Expositor will be printed in the nea
test manner upon a royal sheet, folded in
octavo form; each number making sixteen
pages, with an index at the end of each vol
ume cmbiaeing one year, It vti',1 tbus fom
a book cont-nuin-i n history ol the tiaies w ill
luiifli oiher useful and cntei taitnr." in:t'er.
rrL: oxe i.ollarim:r anmwi
pu'itl in advance. Ni accounts will ln kept,
and the paper will not be sent until the no
ncy le actually received.
Ij-nk notes will be taken at their spec-it
To those who collect and forward ten d"'
lars. an additional copv will be sent gr.iti.
l'otiraslers are peni.iited ly l;v to loi
ward subscription money in leiieis uritiei
All let'.eis to the Editor trust le fne oi
A the postage on this piper will be bui
tic cent to on" and a halt ea:h number, it i
i:i llie power of cverv n an in ,inir al'
tl.e imj'orlant news. Mid a vast l I .1 i-t'.e
at tl.-l ex-.e.liu..' OM", I OL
niuiTY-six ci:.ts per
Nil!is.riili.ii received al t'.i- .'iTiee.
?; n. ;10 1 C 1 1-
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'JlHi". undt-riiieil .i.l'i iir-,Tt:..r ..' iLi-i.
1 t:.te of I':;y-oi 1'. Wit; it. .1. iM. !::.
; !l;!s count v. M. I.eiel.-. .jm- imiM-c ti
. ii ;':C:"lie.l. or in atiV . i .:er .i, .1 :i
.. id estate, that '! e :la!e:iji t il ;.i'iniiii1r.t
ti r will make a f iv I seflemei.t of
eslateid l!,P next I'Vluuaiy ein.o! thecoiiii
tv court of said cntmtv.
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. : :.- '.! I.i:. r bi -l.r -f an I'.'ili-t. tji!ti
!.i:'i.t r i tli it.f iiml (tit rk Imi.ii
nhiiiiuialic. roiilic.it KciiuoiiiV, nu! Ntiirl lt.-J.-...,.!.;..
tiirt atletitinn wiil lie paid to llip moral i '
is the iuti'ilccludl iiiajuovcmeiit of the lUiil intru-i
1 1 to their cate.
The fchcilu-tic j car nill be iliviileil into two 'p-i.jn-.
one of 5 laoiilii' anil the other of 5 1-2 ruontlii.
IVrnis per minim a follow?:
IJa iu' atnry hrr.nc'irj, ------ - jl2.(Ml
.. :.n brsnrliP' ufsn Enzli.li education, jl.",IH
.t.iui and Gr.-cU lancuapc'. Mathematics, A c $'I.M
S. F. Ml' It KAY, Principal.
U. W. UCCKNEU, As.i.lsnl.
J.'il. Aa Rorcr, anil II. II. Powell .Vi'lJlrburg fa
jhn Ltary, prii.cip.'il iif Warientoii ArMili-injt V;i
Jt.oi IC. Wallace ami Ionian Homer IVarrtnl'm fa
i.'inian Minor E-i ChnriitU ti illt l a.
Kiu-n. taeiirfe Uu-t Hallimurc L'ily . Cllr;e
3.V. Wil;iaiii Prof, of Mi.tli. iiialic .V Ch Mo
;. Win. Milhnrn, Surviyor tJcii .S7. I.oujtnrln
linhi rt Payne, lro of I .a Ccaue College Ala
W.H. Porter Eq 7Voy .lfo.
A . II. Ritcknei, E l!-jttling Green, Mo.
ADM I XISTIIATIOX NOTICE.
"JVTOTICE is hereby pin. that tin? in..lt r uonl
has obtnir.nl fioin the Cleik of Hi. ("ioiiiH
ouit of Kails county, Irtters of Ailiiiiuiifatini up
on the Estate of licnj uuiu F tiray, i!m.M, hrann:
late the 'Jlh day of J anilarv, l"4L All iH-rson hiv
in; claiim naio-t u ! estate, ar ri-iu tnl in rxl.jh
it them in one rear from the ilate ol' -aiil letler- tor
lUowaiicc, t tl-y may lie pro Itoli il from any riiefii
of taiil estate; ami if such claims are not preeiilrl
within three year from.thc il i'c of said li-ttei, they
illle forever barred.
Dec 111 St. JOSEPH!- TAPLEV, A.lm'r.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CO.WKIIX.
jlIIC subscriber desiring In r!ni up hi.
unsettled business, hereby tives imti e
t ) a!l persons indebt-d In hmi'li.r Tiv Wakk
Lj come forwanl anil clne their acciMUH" bv
casii or note. He hopes ih it ibis nmice ill
e aucndea to.
CJ"Tluse wh' dn nnl c.i! :in, ,elt!e ihei
nccounts by cisli or in.te. .IMv P,.,.t ,,
called on by J.imes A. II hliii, constable ,,
Dec. 12 Ht. JQ1IX II. CIMM.
nooic ami Jon ri:iu..
VcU of all kind
" laei-.lv, Morienr' -'
14 lillUdl r ll BKHl
BILLS. 1-lrrkN, an.1 t Kl.tVh-.
J A"i. v and ):v'Aii:ru r,Nll
Will be doue ettpc'litittu.y r,.6..atl..
SL.1I.T RtfVH U.VHfi .,rru:
X"l B7 IS l) V K s : R,
ATTOBXEF AXD COCX8ELLOR AT LAW
K u Li m; t; k KK.. vi.
b I 3 n-mo.en i,m oljce, to a room in the srcnuil
tory of the Stuno Iluute.
UO WANTS UKTTKR EV IDENCE?
woulil refer the reading public to the nunemui
voluntary letters put-li-hrd recently in the GOOD
SAMARITAN relative to the happy and beneficial
effect) of the administration r.f MOFFAT'S LIFE
PILLS ANf PIIENIX RITTEItS.
Those who hare perused tha letter? alDTe "ramd t
will observe that in almost every c-.se they s teal tha
fact, that no inconvenience of any sort attends the ta
king of these medicines, in ordinary cases, but that tha
patient, without feeling their operation, ia universally
left in a stronger and better slate of health than waa
eiperieneed previous to being afflicted with disease; anJ
in all cases of acute suffering, great relief is obtained in
a few hours, and a curs is generally effected in two or
In case of Fever of every description, and all billious
affections, it is unnecessary for ine to say aught, as I be
lieve the LIFE iVLDlCINES are now universally ad
mitted to be the moot speedy and effectual cure ertant
in all diseases of that class.
The Life Medicines are also a most excellent relief in
affections of the liver and bowels, as has been proved
in hundreds of cases where patients have come forward
and requested that, their experience in taking them might
be published for the benefit of other. In their opera.
tioi in such cases, they restore the tone of the stomach,
strengthen the digestive orj-nns, and invigorate tha
general functions of the whole body, and thus become
to bolh sexes (for they are perfectly adapted to each) an
invaluable means of ;renliiig discaea and restoring
In affections of the head, whether accompanied with
p.-.m ind "iiIJ.iims. or marked by the grievous calamity
o, .inpairea menial energy, in paipiiauon. o ne ..earx.
ujiu Lm v. loita iti aiiiwi nu auu Birtrovio. u lotj iiiuiti.
plied (yinploiiisofdisordered digestions. The Life Me
dicines will be found to possess tha uioal salutary effica.
ConMiluliona n-Iazecl, weak or decayed, ir. men or
women, ata un ler the immediate influence of the Lit.
Medicines. Old coughs, alhiiias, and consumptive hab.
s are soon ri-iievcd and secdily cured. Poverty of
blood, and ciiucialed loiibs will ere loi.g meet the hap.
met i lianct. ihe hill walervrluid will become rich and
bjlsamic, and the limbs will be covered with finh, firm
Nervous diordcrs of every kind, and from whatever
can-c arising, fly before the rticct of the Life Metlicinc,
and a 1 that irain of sinking", anxict es and tremoiirs
which so dreadfully aflcrt the weak, the sedentary, and
me occa.e win ... a sunn lime, oe succeeocu ay cne-r. s4.:llVelv nerrssarv In saV that Its Itiaill lea-lulni-ss
and every presage of health. - . ...
Eor weakness, def.ci. nry of natural strength and re. Ill,v as a Soiiie V. hat over,..n eaust Icil V Mi
laxalinii of the vem-l, by too frequent indulgence of its departlnen' of IVlical Xoticed NrVl
the passions, this medicine is a sale, certain, and nivilu- ,s. 'I'. IVmi AI.I'Milie V. ill ret.'.in this
Those who have long resided in hot climates, and are
languid and relaxed ia the whole system mir take THE
LIFE MEl'U'l.VKS nith the happiest effects; and
ersoiis removing to the Southern states or West Indies
cannot store a more important article ol health and lite.
The follow ing cases are among the most recent cures
enVcteil, and gratefully acknowledged by the persons
tae of Jacob I(. ilunl. New Windsor, Oringe countv.
New York. A drcnll'iil tumor destroyed nearly Ihe
w hob of his tace, nose and jaw. Experienced quirk
ri-lief from the u-e of the Life Mcd:ciucs, and in less
than three months was entirely cured
I'as.- of Thomas I'urcell. se.i'r el years of age was
111 .. t-.l IS ye.irs with sw. Iling in hi. Irgs was entire
ly- rureil by taking . pills in three weeks.
Case of Join, l.,ultoiit AU-rdi en Ohio, rheumatism
live years is entirt-ly cured has used the Lite Medi
ciih tor worms in children and found them a sovereign
Case of Lewis Austin periodical sirk hpadachc al.
w ays relieved bv a small d se now ciitirelv free from it.
IVi of Adn Ames cured of a most olstinale and
inveierate rly-spepsia. and general debility.
Case nf Ad ih Adams, Wmd-or Ohio rheumatism,
gravi-l, liveralK'clio.is, and general nervousdcbility, had
lMen confined seven years was rai-ed fr.an her bed by
l.ikil'E one Imx ot pills and a bottle of bitters, a most
c Atraorduiarv core she is now a very healthy and ru.
bust wom.iii attested by her husband huliel Adams.
Ca-e ol Mrs. Il.idger wife of Joseph llaCgrr, nearly
the same resiill llie sa e.
Ca-e of Su.ari t.ood.irant a young unmarried woman;
-ibjeei to ill dealt for several years a small course ol
the il'e Medicines entirely restored her; is now hale
Case of Mi-s 1 hoitias daiighter.il tilt Thomas; cough
and symptoms of consumption; cured in 4 weeks. Ilei
si-ter cured of a severe attack of rheumatism in one
Cae of S. Colviii cured of a severe attack of scar.
let fever, in a lew days by Iheusu of Ihe Life Medi
Ca-e of. Tw.gnod. Salina, X. Y was in a verv Iw
state of health a year and a half; did not expect to re
cover. She is now able to walk about and is rapidly re.
covering noth health and strength.
t ase of Benjamin J. I ucker, severe case of rever
and Ague cured in a very short space ol tune. Direc
tions followed strictly.
I ao of Amos Davis; affection of the liver; after try
ing doctors remedies in vain for a long tune, waa cured
by Ihe Li!e medicines without trouble.
Lxtranrdinary case of Lyman Pratt, who was afflict.
ed with Phthisic Si'l years; effected a perfect cure in Ui
hours by the use of the Life Medicines.
I lioaw mils of persons afflicted in like manner have.
by a judicious use of MnlTat's Pills and Phenix Hitlers,
lieen restored to the enjoyment of all the comforts of
life. The Kilters are pleasant to the taste and smell,
greatly aslruigcthe fibres of Ihe stomach, and give that
proper tensity which a good digestion requires. As no
thing can be lietter adapted to nourish and help the con
stitution, ai there is nothing more generally acknowl.
edged to be -eculiarly efficacious in all inward wastings.
loss ol ap'ietitc, indigestion, depression of spirits, trem
bling or shaking of the hands and limbs, obstinate coughs
shortness of breath, or consumptive habits.
I lie lalo Medicines possess wonderful efficacy in all
nervous disorders, fits, headaches, weaknesses, heavi
ness and luwness of spirits, dimness of sight, confused
thoughts, wanderings of the mind, vapors and iiielan.
cholly. and all kinds of hysteric complaints are gradual
I V removed hylhair use In sickness or the si imach
flatulencies, or olnl ructions, they are sale and powerful
and as a purifier of tha blood they have not their equal
in the world.
For additional particulars of the above medicines see
Motl-il's "fjood !samar.lan,M a copy of which accompa
nies the medicines; a copy can also le obtained of the
different agents who have the medic ins lor sale.
Erench, lienuan, and Spanish directions can be ol
tained on application at the office 375 Broadway. All
post paid letters will receive immediate attention.
Prepared and sold by U'M. B. MOEEAT, 375 Broad.
wav, iew York A liberal deduction made to those
who purchase to sell again.
Agents. The Life Medicines may also be had of the
principal druggist in every town throughout the United
Slates and the t.ansdas. Ask for Moflal's Life rills and
riienix Bitters; and be sure that a fac simile of John
Moffal's signature ia upon the label of each bottle of bit
tera or box of pills.
lor sale by Dr. T. S. WATERS, Bowline (V.cen.
VTOTIC'E is hereby iriven that an order has
L 1 been made by Tlmui.'ts Mc(-tuecn, one
of the justices oi ihe county court of Pike
countv. .Missouri, exempting me the under-
I'netl I10111 arrest and iiuprisnnment for debt
until the expiration of the next term of the
circuit court of said county, and that on the
fiist day of taitl term, or as soon thereafter
as counsel i.n be heard, I shall make appli
. ttion i. r a final hearing, and discharge as
an insolvent debtor.
JOSLTII G. SIIOWALTER.
TIOORS for sale bv
XJ- d3 CAMPBELL & CRANE.
THE I'Ei MAGAZINE.
A Mc::thi.t 1 jtkrart Journal
T3 Z" ".WTEH IS T''y. CITT OF PHILADELPHIA,
BY Ew 1 A. PoK.
TO THE PUBLIC.
S3LNCE r??i :n!n: the ccnouct of The South
ern Literary iM;?er?r, at the com
mencement of its third year, 1 har had al
ways ia viejv the csUbliihaeot c a
zine which should retvn hum of U.e chief
features of that journal, abandoning or great
ly modifying the rest. 1. !:y, how over, has
been occasioned by a irariety ol causes, ami
not until now have 1 felt myself at liberty to
attempt the execusioa of my design.
I will be pardoned for speaking more di
rectly of The iewener. Ha in it n
proprietary rihl, my objects too lieiajri-t -nance,
in many respects, with ihoe of it
very worthy owner, I l':a J d::Ecultj in
stamping: upufl its - that zmHvi' .tl:ty
which I believe essential to th:- full tua.M
,,f all similar publications. In rejrarJ to their
,.....,.,. inilrliCe. It aptvears to Iff that a
pivears to me
continuous. ilelitui3 character, and a iiiarked
irerlaiiiiy of purjH se, are desiderata ol vital
iinpoilaiicc. and only aitainable htr fe
uiiliil alone h.s the ;eiier;d ilirectioti ol the
titiilei takiliv'. j'A' i i leiice h ia i nlered oi
linlis, what iiiifl.t ltd. il hiie I t-i t ilen.. n
sttaied a prior ; that in loi.aim i ii..!::zi:ie
of my nuii, lies my sole cl atice of r.irr u
out t" in letioii whatever peculiar it.teii-Hoii-
I may haie nt'-rlained.
T ihiie who reii.cii.b.T the eailv d ivs o)
tl 0 Snulhei'll peiiod:cal ill question it UlMbe
trait of severity in much only as the calm,
est vet tenie.;t se'ise ot j i.;tn e will teiinit.
S e years jince elapsed may have mellow
ed down the pefilence without interieiin;.
with the rijjnr of ihe eulic. Most surely
they have r el tau:hl him tn read throiiijb
the n.e.liiini ol a pnli!isl,ei"s Mill, nor con
vinced linn tiiat ti e interests letters are
uiiallied with ti e interesls i.f litith. Il shall
be llie lirst and cbiel purpose the Magazine
now proposed In become knovn as one
where tnav be found al all times, and upon
all subjects-, mi honest and fearless opinion.
It shall be a leading object to assert in pre
cept, and tn iiiainl.-un in practice Ihe rights
vy lnle in elieet it demonstrates the advan
tages of an absolutely independent criticism
a ci itiii-iii sell-siistaineil; oui.bn-.' itself on
Iv bv the purest rnies of Art; an.-dvzirig and
iiromg the.se 1 tiles as it applies them; hold
iiilT lts-ll alool In mi a'l pei -oiial bias; ac
knovleiljing 11. tear save tlial ol outrag
ing the n.'lit; ifliling no point either In the
vanitvol the ,-iuthr. or n the assumptions of
iiitujue piejtiilices. or tu the inviolate and an
nonymus c mt of iju irterlies. or tn the ar
lognnre ol those orgamed rliiiirs. yybich.
hanging like nigthmaies upon American litera
ire. maniilai:tiire at the n I ot our principal
biMiksellers.apsei!io-jiu!ilic opinion bv yvliole--ale.
These are ol-jei-ls ol which tin man
need be ashamed. Tliev aie put poses, more
01 er, whose novelty at leas! will give litem
interest. For assurance that I will fulfil
them in the best spin' and tn the very letter.
I appeal w ltd confidence tn the manv thou
saints o 111 v friend-, and especially of my
southern liiends wlm sustained me in ill-
Messenger, wh-re I h id but a vetv prti:-l
opportunity o! completing myoyyn ir. os.
In respect tn the teat lire i'-. i.
Magazine, a few words here wi'l s;!lie. I
will endeavor tnsupiHtrt the gencr I uiteie-t
ot the republic of letters, without reference
to particular re.ions; regammg the wot hi at
large as the true aiiibem-t of the author.
yoiid the precincts of lilerattire. properly so
called, it will leave in better hands the task
of instruction upon all matters of very ryej
moment. Its aim chiefly shall be tn tilen-e-
mil this through means of versatility, nrr iii.
ilitv, and pungency. It may lie as yyeh
here tn ol serve that nothing said in this
Prosi-ectus should Im construed upn 1
sign 01 stiiiying ine .naga.ine wnn any tn.c-1
: ...ii. .1 yi -.1
tine ol the I ulloonery, scurrility, or prolam-;
ty which are the blemish ot sn . e of the mist 1
vigorous of ihe European prints. In nil,
branches of the liierary d.-par'ni'-'tt, ;be .
best aid, from the highest and pto.s: s. if,,.. '
Tn the inechani"il exfcti'ion ..f ',. y .. i.
the greatest attention will gty.n yyf.ii i
such a matter can require. In tins res; e i 11 I
is proMised to surpass, by very nn.irl.. f
onlinnrv Magaiue style. The lorn, Willi
nearly resemble that of the KnickerluM'ker;
the paper will I e equal to thai ol the Notth
American Review; the pictorial embe li-h
ments. will be numerous, and hv the leadiu
artists of the country, but will be introduced
only in the illustration of the text.
The Penn Magazine will be published in
Philadelphia, on the first of each mon.h. and
will form, half yearly, a volume of about 500
pages, ihe price will lie $5 per an urn,
payable in advance, or uiion the receipt ol
.1 . 1 -11 .
me ursi numner wnicn win ue issueii on the
first of January, 1841. letters addrescd to
he editor and proprietor.
KIM.. A II A. POE.
ONE CENT REWAIU).
OUNNAWAY from the subscrilier on
Saturday the 9th of January, 1841. an
apprentice boy to the tanning business, about
1 4 years ol age. I will irive the above reward
for Ins apprehension and delivery to me, but
will pay no charges. The above Ix-und lov's
name is Cvrenus Smithers.
JOHN F. I- JACOBY.
Jan. 23 AL ,
STATE OF MISSOURI,!
County of Lincoln. J
In the Lincoln Circvil Court, November
Jacob M. Parsons. On a Bill in Chance-
Complainant. I ry for execution of
vs. I specific contract for
James Raosdale and ( conveyance of Real
Thomas E. Smith, Estate.
AT this day comes the complainant by his
solicitor, and it appearing to the satis
faction of the Court that the order of publi
cation made at the last term has not been
complied with; on motion of said complain
ant' solicitor, it is therefore ordered that
said James Raosdale be notified by a publi
cation of this order, to be made in some
newspaper printed in this state for eight
weeks successively, the last insertion to h
at leaat four weeks lelore the neit May term
of thia rourt; that :iid complainant has filed
in thin rourt his bill of complaint npainst him.
staling in nubstance that said K:ii.sdale on
the 20th of iWrmlier. 1833. executed a ti
tle bond to said Smith for the West half ot
'.h.' S. Writ or. of section 3C. in Township
51, ratine 1 rast, ol tl.i 5'f. ptincip I in tidt
n, bind in.' h'ii To in. .le to said Smith a i'ood
ant ulli.-ieiit warren?' deed on condition
that taid Smith should n to him the sum l
lo i llllill. d doll.irs; tb:t srnd still) of ii:i. ey J
has I-e ii :i i.i :i.-e..iil.i to .-t.t .n t v t'!
Sillil R.ijjsil.i'e - I? :il tlil deed has li--t been '
Hi'-iie; t. tt s.;i. . pi, h is e-ii c!i!cI 'n -ni l
oil') l.ilii; nl a title Loud lot s.i'nl iaild 1 1 i;t t
.'lid colli I ittiatit h ' p.od S:Jd Stiiiih lor s:t,j
'atiil :bat a title deed br said land h; s !
ver Uen fn de l.y i:iid Sn jth t said ctr.
plainant, at.d plays 'ha! s:mi R:i.'m! ;!e r.li.i
Sitittlt be made deleitdati'S alid con p. l i d to
ner i.. bill ot cull. pi-lint. &c. Tliere
tore, Voll, the said J.itnes Rasiiale. nre re-
quiied to t'ppe.ir at ibis cult on th:' first
day ot the n. t e'u; :hir--of. ! I c be'im and
held a? the to I II. ti-e in ti e town of Troy,
on the 1st Moi.day in M it next, and answer
said bi'l ol complaint, or the same wil b ta
ken f.r confessed a.ani' von; and th" cause
is cou'.inued till the 1 el leiin. C. Wei's lor
Stale of Missouri. I
t.iiiiily of l.iiirul.i
I. Fianri. Parker, rlerk of tl.e Cirrnil Court in
ml lor II. e nullity of Lincoln, in the State of Mn.,
rertify that llie above i n true riy of an oxler from
Ihe lecuril. of rani court in the ea'e nl Jaroh M.
I'srson. couiplainant, anil Jjme Rn-;Hlale -in.l Th
ma K. Smith .Irfen.lants niaile at the Noyruiher
term thereof. 1-tll.
t.iyen iimler my haml nml the esl .if taiil Court,
1 at ornre. in the town of Troy, in anil for
SrsL saiil roiintv of Lincoln, this .Id .lay of
Dec. I -J, I-4i.-t KUAXtls P.IRKKR, Cle.k
PiM'KK T !HK)K LOST.
R E W A R !.
IUsT, on I he 'Si 1 1. in llie town of l.iiii:iiia,
A r it. vjruiity a rail "loi: !'.. kel R.M.k. of ine
itiiiu. size, ami tinrs ln.t is irn, miit-titiine. stinitrv
liniik hill, on the Hank of Illinois, anil Miner's Bank
l' lHihniiie A No sundry notes ami receipts for
not.., ami other papers of no value to any person but
Any person hay-in; foiiml, ami will deliver or five
iiiHiriu-itioii where Ihe .nine may he ohlaineil to Dr.
li. M llaitlrlt of flii place, 'hall receive the above
reward, and Ihe thank- of
Jan. 10 :tt. X VTII ANIKL G WILCOX
lO.VT RI'.AI) THIS!!
LI. persons indebted tn the undersigned.
r t Waters & lto. previous tn the 1st
Jan. I fill, are hereby notified that unless
y cure forward and settle their accounts.
. bv the first of February, they will le
..Idle with cn-ts tn a MORAL CER
TAINTY. hA ..ut forsiiiialls!!!
I IIOMAS S. WATERS.
Jan. 2 l-- 2t.
s A I K Of HISMil'M.
t 'o.inly of Lincoln.
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-taie. it i ....leir.l ti.i me., sni.l rier.-i.ilNiit aIM.rar J
,,,,. before the Or.t.i, f the neii i ter of -.id :
court to be lifcuii ami lielil at llie court hou-e in Trov.
ios.i.ic iy.entbe6.st.Mon.layi. M.yne,i,,.:,ij,;accf' nouseiioia ana Kitciien lurniiure, all
file liiai.srrr lo-aiil co...ilaiiui.tirtilion.lheanie
will be tdki-n for roiifeisrl ngoinst bin, ami that this
orHrr he published in some nrwspaper printrd in this
state eicl,t srrrkt tncrrssivL-ly, the last inirrtioa at
least four vrerki before the next term of said court.
, " i (liven under niy hand and seal of office
seal, io vacation of said louiI, 'his 6th day of
v ' January, 1841.
Jan 10 Ht. FRANCIS PARKER, Clerk.
Neatly executed at this Office for
and for CASH ONLY!!
STATE OF MISSOURI, I
County of Lineola. - ,
In the Lincoln Circuit Court JVnn - ,
Bill in Chancery,
rTlHIS day comes the complaiaant bybk
solicitor, and it appearing to the nxa
faction of the Court, on the affidavit of sairj
complainant, that said Richard Garrett b net
a resident of this State. It is therefore of
dered that said defendant be notified by g
publication of this order to be made in some
newspaper printed in this slate for eighl
weeks sucessively; the last insertion to be
made at least four weeks before the nut
May term of this court; that said eonipltii3Qt,
has filed in this court bis bin of cnnpam(
npninsi him. stating in substance that rhr de
fend, n I in the year 1839. proved in ih Land
Office, at Palmyra Missouri, his tihtof pre
emptioB t the N. E. quarter of section 3f
township 51. nmi'p 2 west of ihe 5th prinei
pal mt r'idian in Incoln r-ounfy, coniain'mjr
160 acres; that sniff complainant suhsequeni
l purchased nf said tleterulant all his riolit
aiid title to s;t"d pre etuption to said tract .f
l- iiil. by an in.-ii'iinent of vriiin signed !;v
saul tieli ieb.tit tor ihe crnsiileraii.-n of 535
i!o:!.irs. 3?5 .loll. us w.-.-t rs.id in !.:.n,l:i .,
: - 't.Mk
teiiiair.der ol said Coi,siJei;;t':iij, -.it
.r n-s v as 10 i;e reiaineu in Jl:e liaruJs
o saiil c,Mip!ai:i;::it tn ciear tl.e said land svtit
of il.e bind i.ihce. as specified by said writin";
tha: by ar.o'.licr writing said riefcnditr.i bound
l.i!:!-eil to tr.aki- tn said :u (.lainar.! a deed
f' .;!! Ian!, and to warrant and drlind the
i:t!e tl'.i'teto tn said rr-mp'aiiir.nt. rnd to give
said cnniphnnant possession thereof, that ia
pursuance oi said writing, said complainant
00k possession of said land and still holds
M.ssession thereof; that yaid conqilainant
paid to the receiver at said land office, the
said sum of 200 dollars as agreed aforesaid,
and obtained from the land office the title of
the Government of the Ur.ited States, to said
land in the name of said defendant; that said
defendant has left the state, and has not made
in said complainant .1 title for said tract of
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land, and prays that said Garrett may be
made defendant tn said hill; that he make full
and specific answer, and that this court will
decree he title of said tract of land to said
complainant, &c. Therefore, you. the said
Richard Garrttt, are hereby required to ap
pear at this court on the first day of the next
term thereof, to he begun and held at the
Court I louse, in the town of Troy, on the first
Monday in Mav next, and answer said bill
of complaint, or the same will be taken for
confessed against you; and this cause is con
tinued. Ruckner, for complainant.
Statk ok Missouri.)
County of Lincoln.) M
I. Francis P.nker. clerk of the Citcuit
Court, in and for said county of Lincoln, an-l
in said state, rertify that tl.e foregoing is a
Hue copy of an order from the records of
said court, made at November term, 1840.
(s Given under mv hand and seal of
Seal. J. Oifice, at Trov, this 3d of Dec.
Francis Parker, Clerk.
Iec. I , l-i-ltlCt.
A LI. creditors and others interested in the
estate ol Thomas Pratt, deceased, are
here! y notified that the undersigned Exec
uiois will m.ike a final settlement of said
estate at the next term of the County
court of Warren county tn be begun anil
held on the third Monday of next February.
MARTHA Mi ATT. Fxectrix."
JONATHAN PRATT, Executor.
Jan. 9 4t.
MOKE NEW GOODS!
CA.MPRELL & CRANE.
; flff WE just received an aihli'ional Mipplv
ot Dry Goods, cnnsisiino- ol staple anil
t .ncy articles, gnu-erics queensyy are. saddle
ry. &.c. &.-.
We haye a jeiieral assortmenl of Drugs
and .Jeii,iiiei. iticltnlitig a vatieiyof patent
. i.d olher prepiir-itimis. put up in :i io; nrer
sintalile tor f'
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I I'lU.IC SALE.
II' ILL U- s..'d at the residence of Sarou
; el Ruird. tleceased, near Ixiuisville, in
Lincoln County, state of Aiissouri, on the
j 1 5th day of February, 1 84 1, all the personal
roperty of said deceased, consisting of five
likely negroes, 4 men and one woman, the
stock of horses and cattle, sheep and hogs
tlie rro, uf COrn, wheat, oats, hay, and to-
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the farming utensils, and many articles too
tedious to mention. I he tarm will be rent
ed at the same time and place, for the term
of one year. Sale to continue from day to
dav until all is sold. On all sums of five
doilars and under, cash in hand; over five
dollars a credit of 1 2 months will be given.
Bond and approved security wiil be required
WILLIAM BAIRD,) .,,
JAMES BAIRD, excutors
Jan. 23 3U
t,T AGISTRATES BLANKS of every rje
script ion, for sale at this office.