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BT TKX VrtS. ROBUST IS. OlAklTON.
"Ah! fir this.
U's woo the life-long bridal kiss."
Aae of earth! oh, what were life
VVithout thy form without thy smile?
A circle of despair and strife,
Of toil, of miser' and jjuile:
Like mists before the morning's ray,
As from the snare the limed dove.
So fled the cares of man away,
. 'Beneath thy kind and geaile love.
Was Eden lost b?cfiuc of thcs!
Have h roes loft a laurel crown,
Thai they rnisht l ow the willing knee
At dearer shrine than nnn's renown?
Oh! who would si'h for : 11 the pain
That loss like this could e'er impart,
Jf he were only sure to piin
The VAa of a woman's heart!
Mother! can mortal e'er repay
Thy ail-devoted sacrifice
Thy care, that lasts through night and da)',
Thy love, that never, never dies?
In childhood's hour, in manhood's prime.
When ?iie comes on with slow decay,
In joy, in sorrow, and in crime,
Still beams thy fond aTec lion's ray!
Daughter! The Roman child of old
ho, from her maiden bosom, nursed
The sire whom dungeons vile did hold,
Tortured by f mine and by thirst,
Shall illustra'e thy f:n:d love,
Which can the droop'ngsoul sustain.
Like it auna showered from above
Upon Aral ia's arid plain.
Sister! The mate of childhood's hour,
When Ii!e was j-ouivj, ::nd fresh andgrecn:
The comforter when cares did lower,
The sharer in each joyous scene!
What dearer tie. what purer love
Han e around o-ir hearts entwine,
Save that whirh be'ineth from above,
Than this abiding love of thine!
Ye! there's annther.fonn whose charm
Uothin itself completely blind
The kind a'.i'ect'mns. pure and .mn,
Of m.ithcr, daughter, sister, friend
Wife! Oil! the port's task is vain.
Thy spell, the comfort to po;tray:
As well might painter str.ve to gain
The clorv of th mrrn'nq's rav!
Angel of Ivfe! I would not give
This ever fi:thfi 1 love of t.ine,
For all the joys on eaith that live,
Or all the neuis that in it s! inc!
Let others U lory's chaplets twine,
"""Or "court the fame that deeds impart,
I seek no dearer earth y shrine
Than ihat which li Ids a woman's heart?
j ly in, too; for I see ilieir drendful fins appear.
! ing all around !! God f mercy shield us."
i Another rush, and piercing shrieks curdled
their blood, t the fish with difficulty drew an
hercuiK.n, well termed man beneath the sur
face. All was now wild commotion, caution
and order had given placet'! paralizing fear,
and eacn man grasped in idly at the boat: but
providentially lor those in her. the ravenous
monters carried olf in their jaws etery float
ing mm, before he could upset the Unit in
Ids mad e'Rirts to s.ire himself from the hor
ril.lc death in view. The violent slnics-les
of the monsters for the prey, when two of
them seized the same person; the impreca
tions and oft times prayers of those in t'.e
lioat, which floated in a sea of blood, asth'y
attemp'ed. by stretching their hands, to suve
their sinking shipmates, who, with st.irilini
eyc-r:i!Is, and wild iretures. cried to them
lor succor; the scene is too dreadful liuther
to contemplate, or fully attempt to portray;
the. diead reality is often endured by tliose
'who ti down tit the sea in ships. and occu
py their bniiues in great water.'
The wretched youth in command was by
the exertions of the lads in the boat extrica
ted from t'le jaws of two ravenous .i.onsters,
e:icii of whom had seized Mid carried oir a
leg. and the Heeding trunk of the youth was
hauled into the boat, tn undergo a more lan-
jrui.-hiiij death from the loss of blood. The
poor boys, nearly dead with fear and appre
hensions, did their best to stop the bleeding.
I bv pasinr some rope tarns around the
PROSPECTUS OF THE POLITICAL
HO WANTS BETTER EVIDENCE
waolrf refer the reading public to ti e numerous
' i....... ....hi;.l,..H ..,.H in (he GOOD
Fe!ieVintr. as we do most sincerley, that ;s.maRITAN relative to the happy nod kw'"1
...;.-:.,, Anlli;.,n. .iuI (.i.ntl.ma Lir-i. . l. . i .. -r ui iK FAT'S LIFE
the various coalitions and combinations
of bankers, specuh-tors and stockjobbers,
which exist in our country, are of dead
ly hostility to our free institutions that
the frightful encroachments of incorporated
wealth are undermining the pillars of our
national glory that there exists, among a
certain class, a determination to doom, to ut
ter extinction that Liberty which was pur
chased by our fathers" blood we are indu
ced to appeal to our fellow-citizens of this
yet bee Republic, to aid us in the circula
tion of a paper which shall unremittingly op
pose these unholy designs.
That there exists nt this crisis of our na
tional affairs an absolute necessity for a work
of this kind .i paper which shall cooly.
faithfully, leu rlessl y. and perseveringly -msp
and expose the dangerous schemes ol
the federal hank parry will not lie doubted
by any who n re ..eed with ieon. Sueh
-hall be ll.e end and aim of the ptesent pub
lica'itni. It w II njv.ic;iie a ihoiouoh. ! i
i'al. Mid complete reform in nm present p i
per ptoiulse topav-lnoliev svstem. which en
nhlesa privileged tew to piinl ci l I trs, while
the h.ird-vxoiliiiii: or ny are coti.pelb-il toi-ani
ihem; eiial'Iin' rich drones t eju-haiijie
strips of hiovvn p:iHT with a pie me engrrn
el iiHn It. for houses, lands, l.il or. Si. !
I ie v inn tiiat aper money corpomtions are
-I .1 r r
oie musi dangerous i.irm ol tvr.iiniv upon
t - .. i - .i ..t... I i : i i i- t i
: Mumps Miaen were Miaiiereii ami lagen u.c lace hi rue emin. we shall tlevote ur
jbv tiie teeth of the m m-oers. wh ad ::rii:i-'ei,ii.'ies to ot en ihe eves of the inibl.c
attested the u 'eni'' .- ;i
I nips, i le.iv ir-o in
jot the heirless out':. I. 'it thev "of f mte '
, as lit-exti ii.ied his b-nl towards the is'and. iiii.h i itiir i v i.:eseil
j wi'h an iaiploraij look of aivjuis'i till welcome 1 n.ents lv the ("lour I f
-phnterc! the thurh-bone up to the ; s ii-m- i.t ri.eir l-:iriehil inflnenee. The T.-nitK
aiftiar in ntion nf the idle to lie in
iii.n at tie expen-e nt ministry will l:e
verineent. a . . t i. -
1 dalli relieved him ol" bis intolerable miser . . :d "lank in n v iMsi!,!e tonn, w ill le h: ndlei
Th" death oft!. eireornroaiider. iindersnelr wiih"iit clovrs. Tie t . i r i : l i - -: 1 crew !
shoeking eircianstaners, left t! e ymitl s (fur bi'!iii'n demagones ulm wenld !e-oh.te
thev were but striphns.) in coiiinarative nr-imnv fi'-hlsand eriin--n mir he.-irtli-ide
quietude. v itn iierds Iiowed ujon tueir : "! hiau ni i-ore. w i'l be (.:i't will, :ieprd-
i knees, and hearts par ili.ed with fe-ir. : n 1
; nearly bro';eii fr rai the d;siress:ri s(;rn--jthey
had xitliess;vl. :ifr.iid to look e vi ii!'.
1 cr in the f ice, where ghastly despair s t en
ithrmicd. they shuddered at every shuck t'.;
; bo:'.t sustained foiin the raven nisiisii iusthii'.
' and cross n;r ! er in :
. ... i i . -i . . .- i
ime-.ii in" ia.ni oi iron'
i!l-f teij eomnriiider.
ll.e dev. Is will br in the boa! or upset
her if we d i no- throw t'.e ho ly to them.
led m a Ii nd. Tom." and nverbead went
t'H" jitei-. Mule d. r:0 pos.ii.le ex-
nn e s:i 'ieil r.i iteil.e !!. Ii. l.i. mi"'.
i i.i imiis
liliei t v.
. M T I : .
:'! t t i'V
I'll" iileiel :
lriel.il. t !(!
i .e.! v ili S'-r iii;; tl.e u
i v f n o i ! p ilil-e.il
lid aclo ei tii-i
ffecti of the admini-tnitine of MOFFAT'S LIFE
Ptl.I.S AND PIIEN1X BITTERS.
Tboa who hire penned the letter above referred te
will obterve lhtin almoet every ease the j tett the
fet. that no inconvenience mf an eert attende the te.
kinf of these medicines, in ordinary eaeea, bat that the
petieot, without feelinj their operatieo, ie onivenally
leil in a atrntiper ad better atate el beano idb waa
experienced previoua to being afflicted with diaeaw; and
in all case of acute sufieriaf, (real relief ia obtained in
a few boura, and a cur ia generally effected ia two or
In ease of Fever of every deacription, and all billiou
aSeetione, it wunnecemry lor roe toaay aught, as I be
lieve the LIFE JfLDlCINEs are now universally ad
mitted to be the most speedy and effectual cur extant
in all diseases of that class.
The Life Medicine are also a most excellent relief in
affection of the liver and bowels, a ha been proved
in hundreds of cane where patients have come forward
and requested lhat their experience in taking them might
be published tnr the benrht ol other. In their opera-tio-.
in Mich eases, they rettnre the tone of the stomach,
strengthen the digestive organs, and ii.vigorate the
general functions of the whole baidy, and thus become
to both sexe (for they are perfectly adapted to each) an
invaluable means of preventing disease and restoring
In affi-ctinns nf the head, whether accompanied with
pain and giddiness, or marked by the grievous calamity
or impaired menial energy, in palpitstmns ol Ihe bean.
nalulency. Iocs i.r appetite and strength, and the multi.
plied symptom of disordered dicestiims. The Life Me.
dicine will be fnund to puass Ihe most salutary efCca.
t'onKtitulion n-laxed, weak or decayed, in men or
women, are under Ihe imn ediate influence of the Life
Medicines. Old coughs, artlimas, and consumptive hab
its are soon relieved and Sedily cured. Poverty of
iiKMid, and emaciated limbs will ere inng meet the hap.
ptet changt, the i lull watery fluid will become rich and
balt-aimr, and the lunba will be covered with flesh, firm
Nervnu. disorders of every kind, and from whatever
cau-e ariMug, fly liefure the effect of the Life Medicine,
ami a I that Irsin nf sinkings anxietes and Irenioura
svhirli so dreadfully alTri-t Ihe weak, the sedentary, and
the delicate will in a ihirt tune, be succeeded by cher
futnesand every presjjenf health.
Fur weakii, defirieney of natural strength, and re.
laxutimi of the veel, by too frequent indulgence of
the paMimis, this medicine ia a safe, certain, and invalu
'I'b.ii-e who have lung resided in hot climates, and are
lawniid and relixed in the a hnlesvstem inv take THE
LIKK .Mi:l)( IM-.S with Hie "hippiesreffucts; and
iierhons removing to Ihe Southern slates or West Indies
csntuit store a more important article of health and life.
! i he tullnu ing cases are among Ihe most recent cores
clTVi-tril, and gratefully acknowledged by the persons
, beni lillri!:
I (a- nf Jacob B. Hunt, New Windfor. Orange county, j
MORE NEW GOODS!
tTAVE just received an additional twpplw"
of Dry Goods, consisting of ttiplarosj
fancy articles, groceries qaeenswttrw, May, .
ry,&c. &c. - : -'V u
-We have genered bssotVbsiu irf.jDNvn
and Medicines, including a varieij.rif paulu'
and other preparations, put up in ttoaAn
suitable for family use: such as . -
Bateman's drops, Godfrey's eordial, a i.
Hive Syrup for colds and cbagfts. -Paraporic
and Laudanum, ... . . . .
Soda Powders, worm medicines, ,.",;'w?
Lee's Pills, castor and sweet Oil in Mailt'
bottles; ' ' " , .4
Spirits Turpentine, oil spike, '
Spirits Nitre, salts, magnesia, sail petre; .
and in short, almost erery article ever needed j
Dec. 5, 1840. 7
STATE OF MISSOURI, 1
County of Lincoln.
IntheCircait Court far May Term 141
Sua. CaisT HtisLV, r:
Coaipluioant, by her next friend, Petition in Chancery for a'
Issacl Rulahd, J Divorce.
FsaDiMsn S. C. Ilnii.t.J
rjlllK cuiaplaioMiil. Sutao C. Heise, by bar Mil
JL friend, Israel Ruiand, having on the 6th day f
January, H4I, filed ia the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of the coooty aad state aforesaid bet
petition Agam't the said defendant, stating that a
Ihe 16th of May, 139, be was lawfully married ta
aid defendant that the aext day after tbeir sm.
rure he commi-nced a courte of ciuel aad lahaauja
treiitment tovarils her and continued the sasae wkil
be continued to live with bis; that sba lived wilb
xiil ilen ik'mi.I mil shout six week; that altaoarh
lie ai' iiiiel iiiiiim ent. he i liarged ber wilb iscoa
l i in i mul in. e In il ber tirlne so cruelly SI te
noLe her n.eeiiihie ami her life a burdea; that as)
eat In r iiiu.s t rx'oit tium her rolessioo of the
crui.e jtl. whit h be charred her; that from the cf-
leet of ihe dint or some other cause, ihe considered
her life in dancer and Icit bin.; that said defeadaat
ha I ft the county, ami that she cannot ia safety
tiu init her liie in liia haeds. And prays to be
lituroil Iroiu the bond, of msliimony. Asd, it ap.
H-srm: Ihwt niu r rrilmaa is nnt a resident of this
.lute, it is nrdeied that unlet said defendant appeal
on or twfoie the fif.t day of the it term of raid
cnuit lo be bp; mi anil held at Ihe court honse in Trey,
in .snl count . en the first Mni.daT ia Msv nest, aad
New York. A dreadful luninr detrned nearly the j &r hi. an-wer to .aid cou..aiuanU etitia.lbesaa
ibreeli.dis. beiii'j at- ; tem of lliis .:i,ei in tbeir ret eeii.'
Ii I. III!.
bol of hi. lace, nore and hw. Kierienced quick
relief from the ue of the Life Med:cinc. aud in less
lhan Ibrrr nionth. sin rnlirely cured-
t'ase ,.f 'I'lionia. Turrell, en'r- "t jears of age was
afflicleil Is aith sta limp in In leip was entire.
j ly cured hv .kin; 4.1 pills ir. thrre weeks.
1 Cac ' J . In, Imuiioii. Aberdeen Ohio, rbeumatisin
lsnill'J trmii t ... a o"iis. i vet v
I Si.l-i-iieil. We I.H'k t
: I'fnleliee ler ilieir ye.-ihuis
I .. . . . I ! . . ( 1 . .1 . . I I I I
.. e '"j" ' '" five tearwent r. ly rured-ha. ed the Life Medi.
( ri 1 1 T : - r lie b'ie. I J"!viur w i'l ' cine, for worms in cii:ldr.n and fuund them asoverei?n
. . a..- iii-i.... - .
!,e tiei "ss in:n a lortneriv m-iI oik'ti !( i i.'i.i-: e i -n t u...i,tl.I . im.hii tiro- iiu
it :i :ew l ours since lv n ' Ml. I oe- i oi r. -. .-Ii m !.er e.-iii: in-' Mt. i n
. il Mi..1 4 I Ct p.i--st- the itrlliie, :it
Iimii l- i.o il i,iv ( l ief nt fiitt, i-i'i
i rt'.iii! T. . v ! ii !-r . rd live ! !!..
vmit!'. ' 'it :i few !
loved. .Mi -st true tint
we :irr in dea'b." Tbi
rstn!" fn . divine for t!
ours since bv'n ' Mi l be
ll t'." Iil'ds o" I'.'ii
lis-'iipc n -e o" a
Univ. :r., e lire . iii-
P i;i r. i
i!l he taken for ronfi-e l aeaint him. Bed that this
order be iublj.hed in nine newspaper posted ia this
tale eil t weeks sncresMvely. the last iasertioa at
rn't (nt erk. hrfote the next term of said court.
, , Cuen under my hand and seal of ofic)
eal. in varaiion nf said touit, 'bis 6tb day of
' r' Jannsrv, 1"4I.
Ja Ifi -t. ' FR ANCIS PARKER, Clerk.
inr time to t'ie l:iis, wlm tl re-.t :i ie.-ii-.
ir,., r;i7.e on tin wiib- and open e: : ' e 1. .r,-ri
of ihe iihic niii:n,:i'ii s"cn n ' il ;-inee.
alone son bed tlit ir inijiii:tiide. b;i thev were
devoid of anv meimsol' re-ieliin it. no :iil
nooirs .-m l the wo s:r all tl e lie.'-'! ive. n'
fresh writer. But thet ilipj ed I1 cr upper
sranrients :.bnr -ide nd placed them on tl e.r
fi-ve-ed biNlies. b whieh thev a!,;sorbed
rjMIE Suoculer iniend to keep during
--- rlit. 4rkt i':ir nt lv:it.'i.:t;illst. Ivkialino
i ........ . .. ,
' moisttire s;i!licient to keeji t':eui !
A TALE OF THE SEA.
The Ib'lowinj tlniihnj sketch is bv tl.e
autiior f .'I.Mui:ii Ueimni-i-' nces.
The frigate b:ni mnnv snpernn i.r.in iri.l
shipmen.nd t!ie f tte ol one nt tliem a m
peculiarly tr.ii.ie, t!: it I trust my r.vul. .
patience will l !!o.v me thi' ii-h the del
of what liMpper.ril -L .tl.'. loi. ujn.' TiiK
voim" centl'vinn l.u.i ai ii-'iet
of beirii? tiiovtde I ! Iiv ti.e vcil.nv ,-i r. '
(l stroiii; auxiliary of tie Adoindtv j,, M. i a5 '-'e'ai'e lin.-iiv X.-!.;onimi lleni'irisr-cneev
ienciu:j iiupmiunaic cuii.n nits.) or pr.ti o-
lle rot tue latter bv b ird ei vices and
de- in-r with tl'iivj
iiec-e fi: tl n i!e t'.an
' w'l'h t' e c: ii a!i l
I eon l:e t:,l nf, t' nojh it hrvpcneil
I our ni'ine oi.s
thi-in on boar,!
i n -s vi:'. who
. Ii ve neve f
( ' . . C I . v . . 4., .tin ftAP.o.lij.! m'.r I ...l.Vf . I
. ..... . I - - . . u.v-. .... k . v."-' .
' ' ii ii j . . ... c r :. I
i " - ii-iiviru oy a .mail u ec now ruiire.y irea iiuin lu
j lae of Ad. n Ames cured of a mul obstinate aud I
. inteierate dv .!eiTta. and peneraldehililv. I
I iae nf Adah Adams, Wind-or Ohio rheumatism. Green, Clarks i'le. New Iloiie. and John Mc
Cr.vel. ,,er art. ctions. and general nervous debility had , (J, ,,.,, vt. n,es north ol B.wlina Green,a
U-en contined .-even years ss raided fr.uu her bed by ' . r rti'rncj e tl
l ilirijl one U.x ol pill. Slid a boltle of bitters, a most 1 1 l-e Bsxirtu cnt ! I IA 1 jll Ol all Sizes,
eilraordinnrv rnre -"lip i, naw a erv healthv ar.d rn. ! used iV ihe ';H mer td" this Country. He Will
.,,; .1!(.,eJ by h, r h...ha,Hl M.u.-I Aaam. ,.,,. k,:,. (.,.nMilUlU nn nA, .t his shop IS
ll.e fatnr rcutt ll.e . e. I1 ncivvilii. a number of reaJy mada WAG-
l'ae of Silvan Clmirfjrant vwm; anniarrtl woman;
U.N'S of the tiunlitv. The Farmers ot
M- in. net is f-.i w .r.le in :,c.i .::,. ilers '''bjeet In ill healt for several years a small cuurso of tJ,is .,n, ttc adjoining counties are invited to
.11. . , . . i'i ii i ''ie I lie Midicines entirely re.torcd hi r: is now halo , o , ,. . . f
:i.!.r...,i , I !.. i I tU. l tii.itit'. ...a he.iibv . c ill at ti.e :n ove lutneu places before they
V i.. - ill it -t v . ..,, t f . , t, , .,. , (-j., i.f",., thmnas, daughter of i:ii Thomas; cough : pu'cba-e elsewhere, as he is satisfied they
and stniptouiMii ri.n.iiuiption; cured in 4 weeks. Ilur wi!l .e lilensed lioth as to the price, quality
f .-. e ,
los f'.l-v e-
I -1 1 1 ti e c
O Oll'll 4-t
I I'll I J;i. - N-ll l!l
- e ! 'or t'.vi n'V
. iM I e .ent for one t
i . " i v C"t't- on! v,
.IT llllllll I'd ai:.
pi..T Mill ie M-I.l
good Coiidtict iind was appointed to coin
mind the Hercules tender, a sctioi;er tlni
carried more sail th in balhist. One nomitif.
at the east end of Jam iici she w is Miipris
ed by th:it curious phenomenon :i w .ter
spout, that threw her tvnnpletelv met. ihe
Sc!:oonerdisippe:tred leivm-.' t!ie e.it;i:i:ind
er, litit iiien and her b.i:it, th it foitunati lv
had not been lashed. Il ..nin on theenhn nn
ru flutd sea, Tlie couuii'itiiiti oc-asioued bv
the wl:ir!wiriJ liivi.ic; subsided "Itihi the
bont, men, quickly, for your lives; the sharks,
the honid sharks will be upon us.
The boat wis flnlinj bottotn upw irds.
and eaer han.lsnnd shoulders succeeded in
ri'jhlini; her, but in such a htinb d wav as to
be nearly full of water, and in consequence
very tender, (that is, easily upset.) The
lightest and most active lad was now order-
en uy me co:nuu!ti ier to ei into the Lo.t !
and comment baiiinir with bis cip, tl.e on- j
ly thins available amou-j these unfortunates;!
he bavin? raised him. vvih one hand for ihe
purpose, the youth wiih convulsions shod-'
deling, uttered the dreadful word 'Shat k !"' i Pi!
Al).MIIST!J.TOIJs SAM j
OF REAL EST ATI. I
irsnaneeofaii order, made by theCotm-1
tv t ourt ot I ike ui. n'v. t e- i.inlers'L-n-!
ed d l inist ':itoro)'the I'.staie of V illi mi .. i
Allen di-eeased. will oiler at public sale to j
the highest bidd I e fore tie foil til use
floor !tl ihe ToV. II
lust (I IV
Cell, on the
of t! c next M iv 'e-iii ! e I ike
ourt, the f.i!lo;v:n ' d.'Ci il.e. real
llll. It.br.r.ilUr. UKt t. H'K
Is .V i r A rcU ir.
ill :iri r.s ftitifitK t--...
n trit ffiwii nt" f r I. ..!.!. ii nf
lh ft tii''ril pt it r t.f lilt-t it
atfl tn tlnlLir XII tttitifw
t'sttii n ili-l-iiirf. will ( frit
tlii i..ett , i-liif I -rf!i fril if rtnniffl ti
t-.-n .' I riii-; Hi-al i- . i.ir.' frrr Ki.f liir
r -. i jriit-tf it-ft f it till
Vl:,nh-iu . r HtU'KtVS.
V(NM.CAKIM.: M.XCIIIXK !
lll iiii'ler-ii-o'.! Mill,'Xto-t t.i -alp, rorl i-ll l.i
11m la;i.e.l tiid-ler .1 ne- .lie M.l , nil Ihe
totvin cured of a severe attack uf scar,
a fe .v davs by theuse of the Life Medi.
I i .
i-ler cured of a scvore attack of rheumatism in oue
t 'a.e of ii
let fever, in
Ca-e of Twi-gnod. Saline, N. Y was in a very low
stale of leallh a tear and a half; did not cxjicct to re.
cover. ' be i now able In walk about and is rapidly re.
cove ing both health ami strength.
I'sm of Itviij iiinii J. Tucker, severe case "f Fever
and A cue cured in a very short spice ol tune. Direc
tions tulloweil strictly.
t"ao of Aui.. Mavis; alfcction of the liver; alter try.
inf il.. ii.r rcn.cilies in vain for a long limr, was cured
by the Life niedii-ines without truuble.
Ksiraordiiiary cae of Lyman Pratt, who was afllict.
rd with I'IiiIiimc SO years; rtfected a perfect cure in ill
hours by the ue of the Life Medicines.
Thousand of iwi-nns otlliced in like manner have.
by a jiiilicioii. ue nf .Mulfifs Pills and I'lirnix Hitlers,
and de-.-ertntion of the a hove articles,
' Feb 6 if. JAMES C. DUVALL.
rflllK'ub-cribi r wcml.l inform the Tobacco grower
JL nf this Mini the silj.iinin; counties, that be will
tup the hithe-l ra-! prices for Tobacco delivered ia
e I orilrr In him nt ho manufactory in the towa of
1'iairi. iIIp Hp cnlinlly keeps on hand alio,
ujio nl.iclnn d t .biici o ol Ihe bet quality which he
will rll on arroiuiiioilatiiic term at w hole, ale or re
tail OKOISUE V. THURMOND.
March 1.1 .
A MM I XISTKATION NOTICE.
""AT1 ITK'K i-brirby (urn that the uodersijned
al i3 ba taken out letters of Administration oa the
L-. t..i: .r.. .1. .l f P.k
I ir. Ii oi t. : ,. i t.tp tei ol o..i leen rp..ri.d to the rnjoyiiient ol all the comforts of, ... . . . . iil, ru taal.
i .i. . . ,. ... ... l.r.. i i.. it ..i o. .1 ii ! ' "'. beanneiiatelne I'Mh of March 1841s
Sec. I -
esta'e to w.t
V. i,r. Sec. 14. A. . 1
14, :in, I ten acres ad'oinui'.' t! e
.ir. of Sec-. 13. :ill in Town- ship 51. Xoiih
of Uanire two West, and Ivin j in s.dd Coun
ty of I 'ike.
Tr.iots ok Sai.k: On- half cash the re-
Oicr H tfli nil le tie r-
, ' i .i ...i Oie.l i ." :i
It. '.II! t)'
I l':i!oihli l,
. I ' I . ..I u 11 I ....I
main Iftr at twelve months, the i.iin.iiaser Ladius,
Uivini bond and approved seciritv.
SAM TEL E. ALLIIX. Admr.
March. 27, I SI I 4t.
I IXAL SETTLEMENT.
LL person, interes'ed. nre hereliv n .ti
lied that at the ne t M i v Teru'i of ti e '
itluiit. I II. ! bs,
" IN I'.U. ,MlS:i- -
IfOU , s t l.i. ni
I'li'.k-. Illd J Itl. .-
r'VM V N'L il l.' l-. r t e i.
Will Im- tlout. evii'.iliiii-v .mi ii.ii..im .nl Ii nil-.' I,i.
i.il.T HH'VU ..ti'HVtl
I lor si
Breaily a.tr,..Ce the ribres of ihe s.omach. and give that ' " P"-"-, ll;eiel...e, whnl.:.,P a.y claim,, pam.l the
.r..M r trns.iv s. Inch a Eo.hI digestion re.iiire. As no. '' "'" ecearl. are requned to eihibtt the
Ihiiitf can lie belter ailanlcd In nourish and help the con- duly antl Iirated for allowance, withm on
HI. ill. in. s tin-re is nolliinc more ppnerallv arknowl. I year from the date of said letter, or they nay be
eil"d to Is ppi-uharlv iTn acmu. in ail inward wastines, ' iiierlmleil Irnin havin any benefit of said estate, and
Iom : aiiH-titp, indigRstmn, d.iressinn of spirits, irem-; if uch chums are not presented within three year
Ming or shaking of the hand, and limb., obstinate coughs they wiil be loiever baned.
shortness of breath, or ronsuniptive habit". TIMOTHY FORD, Adm'r.
The Life Medicines possess wnmlerful efiiracy in all' Mnrrb Itth l"'tl t.
nervous disorders, fits, head iches. weaknesses, heavi. I
neks and hit ne nf spirits, d ie. of sight, ennfused NOTICE.
Iliougtit., wanderings ot the mind, vapors anil uielan.
chollv. and al' kinds of hvsteric rnmplaints are rradual. :
I v removed bythair use In sickness of the si uuach.
!; a Pnal t
1.1. .ei,tiii. iiiteii-.ted, sie lii'li-ti liolitit-d
I 'ash 1''-
si-uie scire,! :md i A ' f' 1'ersoi interested :ire here
of the monster, who! '"'d that :tt the n?xt M.iv Tern
ept in circles around t!ie In pless Pike bounty Court, J .hall make a linal set- "u ' ' h ,:
in his hateful fin hi;'h aiiov? ilb;ient of my adminitr:ilion. of the estate r7'.(l""". ."""K
, waters before so "placid. ' oJ ' sainuel Watson deceased. .mi,
..I ll.e Pikp I'oiinly roiiil. letter, tpsta meiila ry on
the e.lale l lb i VV hi'akei. ili-c'd, lie . on; ilatt-
In- IIOiJ ... 14 1
All p r-.iie.lheri-f.in-, w Iii, tiave any cl-iiui. a.in.l
Ibp e-tti' ol .siil id rt a-cil. p ii-ii.ie.t l.i i Ytiitnt
the ui,e duly S 'tln hli. wl. il f..r ii'Iosrioli p, within
one yi-ar fioiu Ihe il.ili !' -.o.l li-ller.. or thev ins l
March 27t!i, 1841. 4 1
Til K TUOU)VG IM E lF It His E
rill ol the pn-clu-leil from havini: any he,., ht 1.1' ...t:
laim- an- not i-ri- iuteil Mitiiin
le f o il l iioi il t il .Ik
hAKNKN II. WIIIT tKCi:
... . . . i .
, uuci'Til uiu ioi-.ih.ui uil OIUll h ; I'O- jouiiiy I II1M I. I S li
leW down on tlie jrunwule, and ajrain the bo.-.t : settlement ot the estate of John
turned bottom upwards. The si.hsh ami ' censed. AKCI I III I.DCASI I.
desperate efforts of tiie crew, for thev work- j March 27th, 1 84 1 4'.
ed as despiirini' men of siron sinews will' . lv.fv,..TT, ri,,.v-r
Wort. I., tinm. Ito. -t,-,. ..tf,.l f.fo. .... l. i.l.NAI. M'j I I I .V. M I'.N I ,
" "1 J ' ut IIUo I'lafT sip LM'CI
toil en Jin.', ta s.nne inei-
teied the ilirect attack
Ihe troubled, waters before so placid
. ... . .. ... I'TllllTtl. . S- a .
Sliout lou.i'iv. men, cri. d the officer. "and I i.i.iiiu hai.hi., ahu r,
Iwil away lad, without looking at the shark,"
(who kept narrowing his cin-lea, as be swift
ly pnsed around them.) HIoiJ is able to
deliver us, even in this reat extremity; a-
oiuoruingiaiJii.e tKat un'il she is more) A W,,'L Mand the pre.
buoyant, out splash the w iter a!nut with a'l I i?- . jf sent se.iRtm at the stable
the no.se y..u can xn-.ke." I - MV!1 of Abraham l!ford. two
A vm.ent rush, terrific scre:t-n of nirony. V '' 1 miles N. V. of N. Lm-
ani msappe-i ranee ot onsof the .t.nit sea- (n I? ,s Conritv.at ."?5 the season, and Alt
enaisort iia'e on the wa- insurance, to he uaid when the fact is iisrer.!..f IM. ...... t.. i,..i. ;. .
. . . , . , .- j ' - .- r' - - ojiii.c in
flatulences, or ol.si met ions, I hey are safe and powerful,
and as a punlieruf the bloud they have uot their equal
in the world.
For additional particulars of the above medicines see
Moffat's "t'ood Samaritan," copy of which accompa
nies the medicines; a copy can also be obtained of the
' J V!K riiilei.i;neil wnn:d propose to ran hi Geld-
n. KiH'tiiicr, oer any track in the county of
1'ike, .Mo ,
0 1, r-iioicd. hate ..lit amcd I...... the t h rk """i' agent, who have the medicine lor sate
one thoii'und yards for the sum of r ive
llunilriil DoKari, agaia.t any horse mar or jelrllng
in .aid counts, accoid'm to the ruli of raclnr
Feb -.'761. W.
STATK ! MISSOI RI, i
tVunty of Pike
Krinch, German, and Spanish directions ran be oh. I In the fminly ("otiit of tlio term of Fcbioacc, to
.: l- . ... er nc D I A tl 1 r . . .1 1 .1 .1 . .
laineu an application al ins oiucr au i.r.i.u w. j. n ii mil. mi ti.e -t'U o.y reooisi,, i .1 1 -
post paid let'rrs will receivp iminediair atteniMtn. ! M t FE.t;rSO. Adtainiitrator of the
Prepared and sold by WM. B MlFFT. 3T3 Rrnad. ' e-laip nf t leeil T. Fercutoa, deceased, come
way. New Vork A liberal deduction made to those ,, ; ,.,, j, M liii,in fr the sal of leal es
Whn purchase to sell sgnin. tnip l..r the pa u.ei.t of .1. bis, or of o much thereof
AKent..- Hie Life Aledicnes ms v also be had of the Mi hr f m.c.. . ller.for, wb,ctl said
pruic p.l druggist in errr town throughout the l ulled ... . , . -. . j
SiateJ.nd .he fan .das. Ask for Moflal's Life IM1. and "rUU"n " "ompnn.e. b, an aecoont of bi ld ad
riu n., Ituters; and he sure thai a fae simile of John "''' ""n. a list of the debts due to and by Mid
.M..If,Csllfnainre is unon ihe Ubel of each hutll of bit. "erea-ed, rrniainme nnpaiit, and an inventory oi in
men, f -Ho wed bv
ters, attested the vm-acily of this scoin-.e of t:.'rip.!...r ll,e mare o irteil with. Seasoi. ...onv
Neatly fxccutpil ?u this Office for
and for CASH ONLY!!
rllIIE undersicned administrator of the .
A ..f AleTMiwIer Mi ( ':.rrli.. ,t..M l... I"' "f e-hile.aii.l if such rhiim are not present
...... ... ... w .... . ,, v. ii . i.iir . ... ... - .
- ... ....... . .. ..... . , , k. p. n,rrpn
tcrs nr box of pills.
lot ...I.- I.y U. T S. WATKKS. Itowlins Gieen.
i DMIXIS Til A TlOy NOTICE.
MP','l'i,": i-hereby piieii that Ihe llll.li ropned has
Li I. Io n out letter of Ailmini-tiation on the es
tate of Lewi lilwaiil., ilir'il, fin in tbrCleik of Ihe
l oiloty t'ourt, of Wjirien t'oiil.ly heroine, iliilp Ihe
Ofith f Fi liruioy. A D l4 1 : nil p-rons, therefore
nhnl.HVeaiiy clou,.:i -oii.t Ihee-lalpof aiil dereard
lire rpijuired to PN.iil.it thp.ntnp duly aiilhenticated fu
alliiWHiiei. within line year from Ihe dele f said let
ter or they may he precluded from bating any bene
the -en. -IT will rrorrri l.;mf ,.7. ' . . . . . .' " . ,r r, r. Iiru, ... m .iny w.iy lllieresteU 111
;r r -, ., - o To o , .p-i Wl , ne mie xaiti wee. next. i .isTur.i"e lor ,:, e,tate. that ti e tinder uned adminislra
I mil. 1 atnt.l l!.(f aiiriitiiiifn.I.tr ...i.t.. i t . .1 1 a ... . "oil
w.a9 - - M "IC A III l-"-IiU V IliM l'2 f:iri I la llllll ff I O. I III fllu.fi. s.-1-lltil ' ..III I fT I ..I . . a.
shocked, -and we are freed ,f ,h0 bhH.,1. For p.tr.icular, as ,., Pedi.ie,. See Bills. esln,e ,t lA wxt Mny ierm of jJ'J
here he checked his d.sclov-ure for ,e well I THOMAS ,. 1'L'KDCU.. ty court of said county.
knew thru see , lot He l,rrJ wwAi draw AURA HAM BU FORD. SUSAN McCARDIE,.dmrx
myriads around them.) Ha.lt Jack careful- Afrch,27-4t. March 97th. lB41-.lt
March fl. 141 Ht.
TrORET AND TOUXSI l,W AT l.V,
Tl AS irmovrd hi office, tn a room in the second
tory of the Stono House.
January 25, lSiO.
real etate of said deceased, and of the lemainiBf
npnni.al estate with its anDraised value, and of all
other aets in hi bands, th whole verified by but
oalhr And, theieopon. ea motion of aaid A rase t.
Ferguson, administrator as aforesaid. It i rxlered
by the court, that all persona interested ia said estate
he notified that a petition aath been died a aforesaid
arroaipnined by the lit. inventorie aad account
reijiiirrd by law, and that nnleta ctie to lha eaatra
ry be shewn ou Ihe first day of the aett May term of
tbi court, an Older will then be made for th la of
the real eMateof said deceased in laid petition -tioiied.oi
of so much thereof a shall bo found
a.y tn complete tba payment of lha outrtaadioj
debts which remain unpaid for want of personal
sets And it i ordered tht such notice ba i T
a pnbKeation, in some newspaper printed in tbi ts
of a copy of this order, for (is week oeeiss!y,
before tb neit tern of the court. A trwt c?PJJm
the recoid. .
pa- l testimony whereof. I bav breawtn
gp . Jmyb.nd aad affiled th aat tt t4
V fnort, at ofic tt 4tt day of
184 1. M. J. ffUlfcoviwus.