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SATURDAY.. APRIL 3, 1841.
We commend to the reader's special atten
lion, the article on Banking, to be found in
thii week's paper. It exposes in a condens
ed form, nd lucid style, many of the popu
lar fallacies, on this most interesting subject,
and certainly a more propitious period, will
not soon arrive for. the examination of the
many false, and crude ideas that exist in rela
tion to the' currency. Nations like individu
als, can son etimes only learn wisdom from
experience, and it often requires the lash of
correction, and the scars of punishment, to
bring them back, from the "error of their.
ways. u e are now sunenng under me
evils of the Banking sys'em, in its w -rst form,
we have in circulation the promises lt pay
of hundreds of privileged corporations, that
are intrinsically valueless, and which no
man receives without fear of lss. we take
tnem not as a matter of choice, but from ne
cessity, and in fact have nothing, among us,
that deserves the name of money. The far
mer to day, sells the products of his labor,
for what tomorrow may not be wortlu taking
homeland the whole business operations of
the country, are paralyzed and crippled, by
the workings of a system founded on false
hood, and deception, and that hns nothing to
recommend it. vV'e d'sire 'o direct t'ie at
tention of the people to the xytcm it. ell,
we desire them to exmvne the mode of its
operation, nnd we shall occasionally endeav
or to aid them in their researches on this
subject. . If they do this they will cease to
wonder, that it? efTec'sareas bad as they are;
and will rejoic tliat they are no worse.
The letter of Mr. Van Buren to Gov.
Reynolds, in to day's paper, does equal,
credit to his head, and his heart. It is a
production wortiiy of his fame worthy of
a dem ocratic President, and will endear him
nvrethr.n ever t' the democracy of the
Union, nnd elevate him to a s:i!l hWier sent
in the aTection-. and admiration of the peo
ple. H'stributetothe people ofthis state. their
present, and late rules, & the policy which
they have carried out, is just & merited. What
but the policyofthe democratic party of this
State has prevented Missouri from heinz as
much embarrassed with public & private debt,
as Illinois and Indiana! What but the keen
sighted sagacity of Col. Pent- n, and his
friends in the Legislature, has kept our State
from being intersected with half finished
roads, Tand unproductive canals? IWv tlr.es
it happen that we are in a better monetary
condition than the nop! o'" any other State
iathe Union! And if this policy, nnd demo
cratic mea'su es nnd men, hive s-ived us from
the gulf of private and public ind. btedness
in which other states are p'ttn-red. is it not
reasonible. that our condition would have
been --till better, and our State s ill more
prosperous if theirnolicy had been extendedas
many of our Legislators have desired?
U HEN IS TUB MONEY COMING!
Will some of the knowing ones answer
thi question for us? Can they inform us,
when we may expect the times to he bettter?
We hope that they will not forget the prom
ises which were made during the late can
vass. They have h 'dn"-nr six mon'hj since
it was known that Old Tip, w:is to be our
President hut we are still in the d irk, as to
the period when we may look out for good
times and better prices.
PRvsinr.xr IIarrion, seems to he more
conversant with flreci'in nnd Ro i.nn Ifi-to-ry,than
with tha' of his own country. He
talks "at learned length" about the Cur' ii,
the Dccii, Octavius, Camillas Scipio &.c,
till some have
Wondered end "till the wonder grnwe
That one emell heed eeuld Kerry ell he know."
In his balderas'i about the veto powci,
which may mean any tiling or n ithin!:e n ys
that none of the first six Presidents ever vetoed
a fijll passed by Congress. If heh-'dread Jef
ferson's works, as much lie seems to have read
Plutarchs lives he would not have put forth
ouch a statement, to the American people. On
page 467 of the 4th Vol. of u Jeflerson's cor
respondence," he would have seen that Gen
Washington vetoed the "representation
Bill," on the ground of its unconstitutionali
ty, and if we are not greatly mistaken Mr.
Madu n vetoed an Internal Improvement
Bi'l, during his second term.
Keep it bethe the People, that Presi
dent H trrison. lias appointed in the jirtt
mimth of his Administration six members ot
Congress to office more than Mr. Van Bu
xeo appointed durinj any one year.
Her are the names of the patriots.
Dnnicl Webster Sec of Slate.
John Bell, War.
r Francis Granger, Postmaster General.
x J. J. Crittenden Attorney Genernl.
i. O&den Hoffman District'Att. of N. Y.
Levi Lincola Collector oi Boston.
.i-Tbi, -m re fom, with a vngance."
We understand that strenuous effi rts are
making. on the pirt of the companv, nwnin
jtl.e Ste-mboats Monsoon, Ehz.i. and Rosalie,
to drive the Glaucus off the trade on the up
'per Missismpi and therehv mrinnrefel iva i he
whole of it. We have no doubt, that the
officers of these Boats, will be unusually ac
commodating, in their pi ices for freight and
passage, until they succeed in accomplishing
their object. They will no doubt have the
travelling public to believe that they can
afford to transport passengers, much lower
than it has heretofore been done, and much
lower than it can be done by the Glaucus
They will perhaps tell a different tale, so
soon as they can monopolize the trade to
themselves, by driving all competition from
the River. If the Deonle would kepn on
eve to their interest we would say to them,
TV.. : -ti ....
i .iiMume uie oimucus, even it you have to
P-iy a Imle more for freight and nass-tce.
We advise them to set their faces against
any such attempt, to monopolize trade, in
the hands of a few, and thereby drive off
competition, by underbidding, and low pri
ces. P they d not, it will not be long be
fore the v iH.iv resrret it.
view Denny McCobb, removed.
Jeremiah Drool-s, at York, Maine, vice
Joseph P. Junkins, removed
Pat ker Shelden, at Bath, Maine, vice
Joseph Dewall. removed.
Isaac P. Davis, at Boston, Mass., vice
Isaac O. Barnes, removed NaL Int.
B. low Mill he h.und, the Proclamation of
President Harrison, convening an extra ses
sion of Congress. The "awlvl" condition
of the Revenue, and nuances of the Coun
try, are the reasons, for taxing ihe country
with this Additional and unnecessary ex
panse. Des any one believe that the Gov
ernment, cannot perform its accustomed
!un turns, until the next annual meeting of
I Congress? Did not Congress at its late ses
, -ion inak'" provision lor the evpcnes of the
i vi.VprnmAnf rinririrr tIia f"ii-rAn t i ,irt Tr
oiav lias already shown, that he is the ongin
at. r of thi scheme, and it i well known
that Mr. Webster was opposed to it. It is
too apparent, that the real object is to carry
out his peculiar policy, before the whin par
ty is entirely dismembered and split into
its original discordant materials, the signs o"
which are thickening:
By the President of the United Slates vf
Wlitreas sundry iiiifiiiuiu and weighty
matters, pnncipa'ly fjrowinij out of the con
diti ti of the reienti; and finances of the
c.iU!.try.::ppe;.r to im t c.:!i fur the consid
er.ili'iu ni ('..njie-' at an earlier d iv than its
n-xt atinu: I spssi. n. ami tl us form an rx
traordinay n.-ca-in, such as retiileis neces
sary in my ji.dcmei.t, ihe convention ot tho
l" Houses :is si'on as may he practicable, I
do then fore, hv this iry Proclamation, con
veneihe toIIiu-es of Congress, to meet in
the Capitol, at the City ol Washington, on
the!it Monday, he-"!? ihe thirty-first day
ol May next. And I reot me the respective
Senators and Representative, then nnd there
to as-setihle. in order to receive suet. ;..-.,.
mnlion respcctinr the state of the Union as
inav he given to them and to devise anil n-
doi't such triea-ures as the g od of the coin -
t.ymiiv seem to them, in the exercise of
their wisdom and discretion, to require.
In testimony wheeof, I have caused the
seal of the United States to be hereunto nf-
lixed, an I si-innf the same wi'hmy hand.
Done Ot the city, of Washington, this
seventeenth dav of Match, in the
year of our Ird one thousand eight
L. S. hundred and lorty-one, and of the
independence of the United States
the sixty fifth.
W. H. HARRISON.
By the President:
Secretary of State.
OCT The Baptists will commence a four
days meeting in Bowling-Green on Friday
the 16th inst. Elders, Hurley, Varda man,
Landram have promised, and other Ministers
who may find it conve-T'ent are ,nI to
attend the meeting.
0r We are authorized to announce SIM"
EON P. ROBINSON, Esq. as a cajdiae
for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Cout't of
Pike County, at the election in August next
i.i- OF LETTERS.
O EMAINING in ti e I'. m 'ffi e ...
Ixtidon Mo., -Ahice if not taken out
within three months will be sent to the Gen
eral Post Office as Dead Letters.
ftr We are authorized to announce JOHN
S. HUSTON as a candidate for the offices of
Circuit and County Court Clerk, of Lincoln
OCT A. II. BUCKNER, is a candidate lor
the office of County Court Clerk for Tike
bounty, at the election :Q August next.
rrrWe are authorized to announce AU
GUSTUS OUR V, Esq. as a candidate for
the Clerkship" ol the County Court of l ike
County, at the election in August next.
The Gii-lh tin- is at work in Washington,
without iri'eift ismn. The rtnlnz ir, de
faulting tht-irin; ilixhnnrst L -rns, are
lal'.ui.1 l-eh re the -cyt'eo' proscription, and
the hoi-t. I :iiM . In. Wl'lgs. take their pla-
ies. pur-lv t r ttfir flisiiiteresteii i-ivp oi
counti. 0!d Tip i- miking acle n sweep
of the vnisy brawling Democrats, in the
Eastc-n. and Northern Slates, and we h"k
for a siiecimen.ol bis work in thi-i lin, in
the West ere long. But who would have
supposed that in the wide extent of the Un
ion a whig could have heen found, who would
have accepted the office of Sub-Tre isuier?
It is nevertheless true, that, the Receivers at
New York, nnrl Boston, have heen removed
to make way for two of the Anti-prosrriptive
partv. Aniong oil frs that we find in the
St. Louis papers we annex the following ap
pointments and removals:
APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESI
DENT. Robert C. Cornell, of New York, to be
Receive! General of Public Money of New
York, in the place of Stephen Allen, remov
ed. Richard K. Call, of Florida, to be Gov
ernor in and for the Territory of Florida, in
the place of Robert R. Reid. removed.
Charles B. Penrose, of Pennsylvania, to
be Solictor of the Treasury, in the place of
Mathew Burchard, removed.
Elisha Whitttlesey, of Ohio, to be Auditor
of the Treasury for "the Post Office Depart
ment, in the place of Charles K. Gardner,
Pmi.I I? .ec'.Tnol. to be Superintendent ol
the Branch Mint at Dihlonega, in the State
of Georgia, in the place of J.J. INngleton
John Williamson, of Pennsylvania, to be
Recorder of the Genernl Land Office, in the
place of IIudon Mr. Garland, removed.
Solomon Von Renselaer, to be Deputy
Postmneter at Albany.
OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS.
G-eorga Allen, at Waldoboroogh, Maine,
TVOTICE is hereby given, that the under-
signed hns obtained from the Clerk of the
County Court of Audrain county, letters of
Administration upon the Lstate of William
Still. deceased, dated Feburary the 2d. 1841.
All persons indebted to said estate, are re
quested to make immediate payments, and
all persons having claims ngainst said estate,
are requested to exhibit them properly au
thenticated within one year from the date ot
said letters, or they may be precluded from
having any benefit of said estate, and if such
claims are not presented within three years.
thev will be for. ver barred.
ANDREW STILL, AdmV.
April 3d. 1841. 3t.
THE THOROCGII-BRBD ilOKSE
SIR WLL MING TON.
Vprinitl nn of Old Sumptrr, i, 6ve jrert old
thi- "luine full 15 haiiHt J inrlir high , without
a bUU'iti in rithtfr rvp, .iiuiul inrterj part irulitr.
Will .teii-l the prr.cn t nt the -tat. e of M. II
FjitMtti 5 nulc e-t of Louisiana. Pike Count' Mo
hihI will he let In mare at $1 the tee.on, anil r
insiiruiire to be pm. when trie larl i a.rertm'.'ierl or
the u.me pnrtcil oilli. Scm.m iiiiioct will lie iluc
J.iih ul llereuiher ill-it. Pa.tnrace for mnree ran
he Imil irmti.t thr nhoe "tand No liability fur
arridrnt-, but great rare will be taken In prevent
them. M. II. KID.SON.
April :m, 141. nt. .
dissolution of partnership.
ri;ir: umlrr,i-neil, lately trmliiif in I.OI's y N A.
x ii.. n.i AX1 Ktl!so ,,.,,,,
paitiier.hin on ttie f7 ni Mari-b ...
hatine rlaiui agaiiitt the firm will call on W m
Klinf. at tliroht .tanH for rttlrmrnt, and thn in
1ehtrrl to Ihe firm will plow pay their mite, and ac
rountn. without ilclaj. ('KU. MASK.
April n.l, 1-41 2-.
I.IST OF LETTERS,
REMAIMG in the Post Office at Bow
bng-Cieen Mo., on be the 31 st day of
March 1841, which if not taken out within
three months will be sent to the General
Post office as Dead Letters.
John C. Bayse,
Joseph Beavins 2
Leyvis A. Collins,
Win C. C-M..
Charles D life.
J.ihn S. Davidson.
Melcher I hltiCan,
John M. Fullerton;
Frederick Goodman, Nancy Stuart,
Benjamin Gray, T
Matthew Givens, Amos Thomas, 2
II Jonntlan Todd,
Thomas Hazlewood, A. Todd,
Jesse Ilititon, W
I & J Karen Whitaker,
Miss Susan E Ingrnm.Allen Woodson.
Jarrott Ingram, Wm. H. Wright.
RoberJavis, William Wilson.
II. G. EDWARDS, P. M.
April 3d, 1841. St.
Margaret J. Keer,
Lark in Lawrence,
R. T. Lindsav
K. T. Martin,
N Ot P
M s Sarah Newton
Owen C. Robinson.
D. H. Sperry,
LIST OF LETTERS,
O EMAINING in the Post Office nt Au
burn Mo. which if not taken out within
three months, will be sent to the General
Post Office as Dead Letters.
Henry C. Clare
Joseph M. Garner
John K Parker 2
William K Roberts
John R Russell
William B Holemam Lnallen Stone
Thomas F. King
John F Turner
George S Turner
Wm. W. Wells,
COCHRAN, P. M.
April 3d, 184131
Beauford A bra, 3
Boarman Jesse, S
Harriet J. C.
Caroihers Jno. II.
Dryden J. D. S.
Epperson Joel JL
Gardner J C.
March 3d. 1841 3t
Gilbert John 3 -Griffen
Kelley R. P.
Norton Thos. P.
Penke W. H.
Tea. n A P.
Watkit.H L W.
STATE UK MI-sM 111. I
roiintj ..f Tile I
In the t 'iirnil I mi. I. ul ti c Ti rm
wit, on the I'li lj of -Vairt. 141.
THoma D Patios, Plaintiff
,. J ss
fTi ,f I ii t. y
lii ihe i iicmii i ourt. f tbe Terra of Maicb, to
wl uathe Kin ly i.l "U.uch.
Noah Bkaflct. H.intifT,j
i br A
'etition in debt,
t n r r .1 OT AiiBcnmenu
A nd now at tliisdav comes the sftid Plaint-
iff by A. H. Bcocser, Esqhis attorney
and it appearing to tbe satisfaction of the
court, that the said Defendant is rot a resi
dent of, or residing within this State, (end
he cannot be summoned); Therefore on
motion of the said Plaintiff by his said at
torney, It is ordered that the said Defendant
be notified that an action of debt hath been
commenced against him by the said Plaintiff,
and that an attacluncnt hath been issued
against his estate; for the sum of twenty-one
dollars and seventy eight cents, (besides in
terest and cost.) directed to the Sheriff of
said county of Pike, yvho hath attached all
the right, title and interest of said Defend
ant, of, in and fo the following real estate, to
wit: the North West quarter of section six
in township fifty three north, of range one
west, and the North East quarter ot sec
tion one in township fifty three north of
range two west, in said county of Pike, a
nppears by his return endorsed on said writ;
and that unless vou the said defendant shall
ciiici imi a'M'.i" uii-.w i:i iiiii ai uic ucai
term of ot:rsaid Circuit Court, yvhich will.bcv
hcjwn nnd he'd at the Court-House in Bow-
ling-Green, within and for our Enid county
of Tike, on ti e fourth inonday of June next,
'and on or before the third dav of said Term.
t,ti., i,. Heit.hy, ,!,.: to tie said Plaintiff's action. Judgment
Kicies smiir. Drfeudeiit. ) i v ill I e rendered ajrainst you by default, and
AND now at h.i, iIm, n.n.e. ihe ...iii piaimiir ; the p'operty attached os aforesaid, sold to
hi att iir. imil it t nnc to thi- ati fji t.n , s.it;sfv 'I e sun e. And it is further ordered
of the ri.url, Ihjt II. r .nl IVfi tmant i' net a re-iiln.t
uf or rriif inc wilhni the iit "-tnlr. (iiirl tht l
ranmil hr .tiriininnrit ) Tlteirf.Ti ili niotimi uf
Plaintiff hjf hi .hhI atturii-
rtinrt that the ii )i-it mt.iiit In unfit)!'! that
action of ih-ht hnili lieeii muiri.t-iirerl ac-iiib" hm.
I3 the "a ill PhiiiititT. anil lhl an Hltnrhn.i l t hutli
been i.-neil ai;ain-t hi rt:ite. :"i-i fl.i uui t three
hnmht'i! flulhir. (heiile ii.lere-t aiifl r-o.t- ) ilirer
ted ti the Sheriff uf naiil rmiiili ol Pike, who hath
attached the fnllowmr; real r late, tii wit; hit M"
iiteen (1() in IlliirU No tin (ID) in tl.r Tnwn ol
PaTnr'ville in aid r-itintj. Mini al-u a rrrtam lut or
parrfj! of frrnniid ndjuiiiirij; taid Town, bnnndeil a?
fullowii. to wit : Rerjntnne nt a trine, on the bae line
uf the Town plot at thr North rt enrnrr of lot
ixtern nfureaaid. Thence running mulh I'iI'ii. W
Iwentjr two po!r to a .tutir, Thi'iicr S 40o yV
ripelr-n polr . rrnrr N . 4o- r- turiitT polm nml
I write link' In the Soulh enrnrr of lot nforr-xii'
I heiice South (JOo. twehr pule tn the hee.nnin- a
appear hr hi ri'turn rinlirM.H on aiil writ; and
tuat uuleM nu the snl ihfi nrlunt .hall enter tour
apjiearanrr herein, at thr neltt Trim of our ' u-r.
wh'rh will hr hr.-iin an hi-hl. at the t int llon-r
hi ftnwlin: t'ri-en. within ami fr on. .not ou.t ..f
Tike, on tt.r f..U'th Vmni; f lit.r- iiiit, m if nt.
or lirfuir thr .hint iIh the H Ti im. i l il to
the Mid Plaint ff' art on. J iK.'prti t-t. I k.II he irnrter
rd HKain-f oii ht rf. ill", nri tl.r p.i erf alt-,e.d
e afi.reanl o!i! tu ti.f, the K.r Ar..l it , fur
ther orih-rfl r.f flu- I'oiitt. flit m ... . !.; ,..1r
hr plihli-hr-l I n h.nr Kr-k. .rrev. T. in -im.e
liew-i -aprr I note I .11 thi- -lle. the l-t ii.-eition t..
- - i..tf iIit h fnrr I he coii.nirm rmnr oi
thr nrit 'I erin of f he cniirt, nnin iiii,b -itl Trrni
thi, r.aur if.riintintied A true cop, of the recoid
In withrw wheienf I, M J . Vnve..
M-al. yf'Ieik.h.rr herrnnta et my haoo ... j -bt
v y i the ral of raid ( mt, at offire thi. 17th
of yinrrh. lfc4I
Mnr-b -.T-H. M J. NOYF.S t lera.
I y tl e court, tl at a copy of this order, be
1 1 riiMis! ed fur f it week succc-sivc'v. in some
i- on II...1HHI ol 'Hin i , . . .
1 1. oiiieied i.r ti,e ; new sp per punted in this State, tlie last m-
. i .t . .1. i i e .1
sertir n to tie xw least uarxy cays oeiore ir.e
coit nienceii ei.t of the next term cf this
court. t;nttl yhicii said term this c:use u
rontinued. A true copy of the record.
, K In testimony yvhereof I, M. J.
J seal, y Noyrs. Clerk, have hereunto set
V- ' niy l.r.nd and affixed the seal of
said comt, nt office, tl is 17th day cf March,
in the year of our Lord. 1841.
M. J. Noycs, Clerk.
rpIIE undersigned administrator of thees
t ite of Benjamin Burlridge dee'd late
of l'il;p County Mis-ourt, hereby give no
tice to;:il Creditors and oi!;ers mt re-ted in the
said et:.te. t!;at 1 e intmds t Mnke a final set
tletncnt of ti e Mid cst;;te, at 1 e next May
l enn of the t'otintv Comt of said Coui.ty
JAMES CHILTON, Admr
Man-h 27;!:, 1 141. 4t.
STATE OF MlS-iflfl:! i.
t 'ou ntj ut rotr. y
In the irrn'it Toiiit of the tear, of March, t wit,
on ti e l.'thihi of March, A. I). 1"41.
Hi mmitt licuniio, i
unit olht i-. t i.a.p!ainant J
r, lii II in Cbancerr.
iiALr T. TLireeeo, )
t.. f ef.-tiiiiiti. y
NI) now. at thi- n. . . (he Mid enmplain-
ant- h A II R H kt.er, l'.-n .their mhcitor, a(t
it api e.titi fo On .ati-fartion ut the court that tb
.IrfeiiiUnt. Ji.hn 1 1 1, 1 n i Vir'imla Hall. hi. wife, and
1'nhiii.oti S;.oti-o. "I nml Kl zaheth SpoUawood hie
mile, are tmt re.nli iit" of, or re-ulinr witl.io tbia
tate I l.rreuj.oll -n niotioD of the aid cooiplaro-
Hiit- hv tl.i ir -olii iiot. it orneml hj Ihe court that
A I IMI MSTU ATI HI'S N ) T1CE.
TVOT1CE is hereby 'iven. that the under-
' sighed has obtained from the County Court
of Pike county Missouri, letters of admin
istration on the estate of James Bradford, late the .ni'il rteii inli.t'hr notified that on the 17tb day
of said COttntV deceased, bearing date the ol Fehmr. 1-41. thr couiploinatit. 6led their bill
1st dav of February 1S41. All persons. there- complaint nj.-eiu.l th.m, .t:it,np in ub-lance, that
fore, bavin.- clai . s against said esta e. are 1 1' ' "iT!:"" in '"' itr7',
requested to exhibit them for allowance,
within one year after the date of said letters,
or thev may be precluded from any benefit
of said estate, and if not exhibited within
three years from said da'e they will be forev
..... n... . , . iiirmirii
anl James l.raiitorrl deceased, was anout ........... in Kentnckv. ard after i .Tintthe debu of
six feef and two inches high, of a sandy com- j ,ni l Talinfi-rrn inve ti-.l the proceeds of the ale in
plexion. Spare person; is supposed to have j land in the Mate :f tilinon, ami in the county of
he n fifty venrs old for I pwards.i was born ! tl Stuteof Miouri, with the e-ceptioa of
f.ndbr.-din York District. South Carolina, j ' v " ,r1u'U':u-,ur.ch",-df
Mir Hiiiiiwilir, lirM riut'u K.111 ul i.nn iu inc w.
count of Olilhiitu, iu thr corr.monwealth of Ken-
lui kj. executed to one l'har! Tborntoo, conrcy
anre of all hi' real and personal estate, in truot fur
the benefit of his wife, lit nnetla Taliaferro, and hie
children, that hy naiti comejance, aotl.orit; wae ifi
ren to raid tiu-lre, to ili-poie of and maaaga tbe
tru-t property, a. he might deem utott conducive Ut
the interna of taid rotate; that the aid trotee eolJ
Ind resided in t' isconn'v aliout fif'een years.
i Mi inn, ii The eal hn'if ol tl.r iootb wentquar-
and died on Salt Kiver, niintit the fi st ol ; f .r,.t,OI1 n. u ia towntbipNo M.noith oftho
November Inst at the house of James Iive.'ba-e lii.e of range NoJire-t, tontaininr eipl.tj acree
and his est ite hns been ppyinised at the '"" h'' h tract of land the taid Taliaferro IitcJ for
sum of one hi n bed and twen'v fv. dollars, rt"H 1 -;' . d,tn;
ler pari 01 rne year ni'; inni tnv aiu i eiiHicrru
had alo in hi poi-eMion, at the time of fcn death,
the iii tto aoiiino afore-. id Thr bill aUotatc that
the no tru-ter departed thi life ooir jeare inee.
nnd ht an order of thr Circuit conrt of Morgan eonnry
in ti e State of Illinois William T Thornton, now
and twenty five cent-.
James i. r::api.ey, Admr.
Tike I'ot n' v Missouri,
March 20 I 841 6t.
ADMIXISTIl TION NOTICE
IVr-T'THK i hrrfby fivn thiit Ihe umlrficn
1 h t'ikcii out Irtlcr f -iliiiini-tr;itinn mi th
ptte of TilntHn Wrnter, ilpfn-pil. from flip 'uitjt
Cnirt,of RmIUTo hrarinc rinft Tr. Mlh. I4: il
pirun, IhiToforf. who Imvt hut rlaitii- ntTMin'-t thr
ptiit of hhI riffpi-el, tin r tiin 1 tn Khihit thr
Minf (IiiIt milhenl jrt ti f .ill. nnr., ihili oii
Vfnr fmiii 1h .f I U tt r. f lit
prtrlultil friHH hnvini; hi v fkfi fi ol "nl eiit .tin I
if "ilt'lii lniiiiwiirf lot tr-fi.tfil within tl-rre yfH-
they will bi forpr hwrrpi!
KI.IZBEni VEVEK, rf i imoi
Jnn. 9, at.
"JVrOTK'K ia hereby riv"n. that the in, iter iti.i-il
It hut nhtained fiom the t'leik of the ('omit.
Court of St. Charlai Bounty, letter of Admini'tration
opon tha Eitnte ol Aleii Mnild decea-ed. brarinv . .i
j j r r.i. .o.. ... ' tl corunieiicroirnt of tl.
re-il ni of thi. .tute, wu aupointed truitee of taid
r-ta e in the .late of lllinoi., in hit etrad. Tho
r oii j l-iiii t- pra- that a trustee may be appointed
neriite the tm-t in relation to aul trart of lanil
anrt iiefin wouian: ami that he he invented with a!l
the pnrri.orii:iiia!r conferred upon the taid Charlea
Thornton, lo thr ilerd ot cnnTej.tiico aforekaid.w
Vni the -aid Join II.iil. Vuliuila Hall. Rohinaon
SHt-Ko.il a'.iil 1'lnnhi th Spotl.unod. are therefore,
hereby iiot.fied thiit uole yon file your answer to
the miiI hill ol con. plaint, rn or before the firat day
of thr next term ol the ircilit Court for .aid county
f Pike, to he becun and held at the Court HrcM ia
tor town of "lowiier Grrrn. in aai-i county on the
tiirtn' Mofiilay in June i-eil, tbe aid bill will be
fokrti a coife,.ed arain-t too Aad it ! ordered
taut a Copy of thin order he ptihlt bed in anme rewa.
phprr printed in thi. State lor eifht weeka ocerauTe-
lyathe lant m-t rtion to br at leant four weeka before
e next term of thi court
j..i. l. tui j.. r i. . i iii . . i
. . ' ' prrwin na un,i tbe cause ii contiuued. A tiuo copy from tho
inr claim ratnt taid rst ate, are rrqueMed fo exhib- Ler.or(j
it them in one year from tbe date of raid Intern for . ... .,... ,
allo-ancr. or they may he prrclndrd from an; I rnefit . ... . rIerlt. h. herrnnto .t' o,'. ..A T?
of ,d ett.tr; and ,f.0ch rl.tm. are .. pretexted J fixe( (bf of ..ij Cani ofBce ,bi,
March 72 .tt
JOHN D CLARE Adin'i
a. ii. Brcici:i?,
ATt-ORXET A.VD COCXSrLI.OR AT l.v,
B yvi.iNfj CRi:n, yn
HAR removed hit ollice, tn a mora in tbe second
tory of tba Eton. Uoum.
Jurruiry ?fl, 1940.
March ao 8t.
M. J. XOYE3, Clerk.
ALL prraont indebted tn the ettate of Benj. Hih.
bridge deceawd, are earneit) reqaested to
come forward and pay their debtt, for no further
indulgence will be given.
J AMES CHILTON, Ada.
Apr.l Sd, 1U -4t.