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STATE uF MISsui'Kl, ; ,s
Cocstv or Tike. I '
In the Circuit Court, of the Term of Match, to
w.t; on the JSth day of .llmrn, 1-41.
-Md.'.H BeasXEF, PI
Petition in debt,
4 nd now at thisdav comes the said Plaint
iff by A. II Ik-tKKR. Esq., his nttorney
End it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Ctyrt, that the said Defendant is l ot a res't
ieiii of, or residing within t!iis State, (and
hi cannot be summoned; Therefore on
:::oti..Ju;f the saiil I'iainti.'" hy his said at
torn?3 It is ordered that the said Pc'endant
b; notiUcd tJiat an notion id" debt l.ath been
crmuncnccJ against him by the said l iainti:?.
and that an attachment hath been issued
?tiainsl his estate; for the sum .f twenty one
do'lars and seventy einht cents, (besides in
terest and cost.) directed U tl.e Si.eril .''
r.i.id county f Pike, who lath ;.tt: died ah
t':,e right, title and interest of said i el'end
ar.t, of. in and lo the following real estate, to
w t: the North West cjuartor of section six
in township fifty three north, of r.'.nvre one
west, and ihe North E.;st jt::uter ol sec
ticn one in tuns!.ii i'.lry three n rih of
range two west, in said a-i-iniy of Pike, as
rj r-enrs by Ids rctom -tiil'-r;-d on said ii:
r.Ttd that i.li'ess v u li e s-rd delendaiit hal!
cia-r your appearance heroin at the n'.
! .nt of otirsMul Ciiv.rt Cour. w'.i. :i wiil he
begun and tie d at the IV.ir:-!! ess in liow-V'nir-dreen.
within and for ot-,- said county
v-' i'ike. on the fourth inoiiday of .Tun? next,
u.xl on or before the third day of said Term.
;irad to li e said PiaintiTs r.rtioii. .Jiulmnent
v. ill I c rendered aiiinst von bv default, and
f property attached ns aforesaid, sold to j
b. :'.-fv tl.e sntr.e. And it is further ordered
I ''. cou't, that a copv of thi
order, he i
v--.":''s!iod fr lour week suercsMve'y,
;ie. spaper printed in this State, the
, in some !
f iriicn to'ibe at least thirty days before the j
co:r.;i.encetiP'it of the n.Nt tenn of t!:i ;
until "which said ten.i tliis r.
..ed. A true c ;v of the reco d.
In tetia.onv whereof 1. M. J
! seal. Xoyes. Clerk, l-.pve hereunto set
v y ' iiiv h::nd and n'Twc 1 t!e seal of
s .id couit, at oflu-e, tliis 1 7t'i day of March,
in the vearof cur Lord, 1P41.
,M. J. Noyes. Clerk.
Tl!Itj unJjrs'ned aduiinistratorof ;'iee.s
titc of Uiaiaiitin l)iulai;!'. dj-M late
of Pike County .Mis-a.iu'i, h-Tcby rie no
tice to ail t'reditors-n l others ::! ie'i it in tl.a
said estate, tiial be inttudst make a liuai t-et-'.lesnent
of the said estate, at ti e next .' :;j
Temicf the Cuntv Court ail's. id Com tt
J'nrch 27th, 1C4I It.
it i.-.vl-:j i.
MIL I'.MIll Ol il.f tl
t Vanity .
in the fc.jic.iii t ..mi .a
' trr'ii ..I
. .' !, lo
.--. ilie iit. d.i, .i'' .'..'.irrf,
aud o'.ber-, t'oii.plaiiiaut-
CmcLrs T. Tii.nnctn,
as ! oiher, Ui l. i . Jlit".
V f il in ' baucerv.
A NiJ new, a; Juy , come iur. mi:! run; l iiri
ants hj A. II D'lrtncf, K-q , t!.pirlic:titr, at.tl
: -tppenriRc to th vsiti-farlion of the court tint It-r
lt'.VinUnts John Mall :m.fl Vitlirjtla I Jail. Ir m ilr. mi.. I
vtihifis u Srfitt'tvuoil and L(tZ it ett. r.jlt-ui..Hl hi
srj nut reiit'iit of, or rru!in uif.-ni ttu
rtdU TLl'fff tljUill fiitili .u of the rt it plai..-
hv -hrir !j' iior, il i m!rt-. In
rlif:irj, I"41. tlip rufii,,ln ii:h t-, fi'.ft lltiii t.iii
i.piamt d?ainl l-.t ui, -t ilo, in mi!i-i ..nrr, it. at
- ic: Taimft-iro ii.rr'a-.i, iu t.. i4i ! "-"JT. in il.r
"Ttv t.T Ol lh;im, in Ilie o:i.:iiiiU4 sltli of Ki n
try, cjvironU"! t oi ' "h iitf I'li-.ii.t.in, a convi
Hi c til' aft hit rp tl tni pcr'oii. r-tt., in tm-i l it
h-tvntfit of lii w ilV. IlfiiticHa Tut ii (i no, mt.ti hi
cv ii!re!it ft- t iv i! r--it.' hu it1.n-it ei-
cfl lu li'l trl(' It il-ff'i-i ul nit iii.'it- tin
till t plotter 1 jr. iii iif-t J t ia ii. .-f i .u liiri t- t ' i
t'.i' i'llrrtM ol" i-lW-; tt. .t Iht- n', i t.u i. -ilii
iiee-l:it in Keoturkj. tin ;iJler ( rtr 1 1.- umi- h i
j.i l t M:M!(TfM iiic-:t-l ! e j.r.in - ol ;.ii ml in
j imI - in (It ftale of :l:i'n, an-i in c 'mty l
P:.?iu irje ii.itf M- uii. witii t.'i . li !
one ii-ir. woman: II..r -;i.i! itii-U r p'ln !.-t 1
iuto fjilu-.rmg .j--rrtt)i i 1i.nl 't" l- l m 'I c -tt tf
Mtiia(f i :i. Tl:r ri Ivilf ( in:!i a i I oii.tr
terof Ktin No. in fm n-lii; o ,A. imiili ol ilm
baKe lii.e f initje Xi - nrrit, otf;t trims t-i. ,ty .
OH rhiihtrct ol" I .ml ti.- -mi I V II
ei.'ral ttrnr: uf fti iJ tnuv t it- 1!' .il.. in f Ul
t' r nnrt aifthete ir I-'l; lu:.. li.e .m. I .,!,., l.n
h-.l alw in hi' ( -' "I '-i" hi"", .tih. i
he ner.I.oi..nn.if..r...il I he hill nl-o .tte. ih.. i ,
fie fii. t.ti'lee ilei rtej ll.i !!.-f.-ii.'; e;ir .line, j
ai-I b; aniri-r in thi-(.iei:.t i-Miit or Mmaii county j
in ihe tate ol lilitiui-, W li.iain 1 I ho. I, ton, now a,
lenient of lhi ftatc, onfuii.ti .1 Irn-lee af .aiil i
e ::e in tne HiL: 4,1 Illinois in hi, ateail. I he
crrieUiuanfa prav Mint a tru-tne mny he MIM.oii,t. ,1
. .lecn-.e W.e tr..-l ... , el:,!,..,, .a t,:,et a.f I.,,,.
r. . ..i, rtu.i in il I. a liar iii.e-ia-o won an
I pueroiiL.inall conlerri-.l upon the .aid t haile
'i iuaanit.n. I.ir the ilei-al oi' convet nn-c afora-.ji.l.
V . i Oie i.n.l Ji,n ,. I, Viilimta Hall, I!..I...i-i,ii
: I't-aj.i.ail an. I I'l.t th.-tli ioltivMil. i. ie Ihe.ef re,
t.a-rehy vi .ttlieil. th it unler.. yaiu file your :u..er tu
thi; iul hill oi conlaiet, au or lef.ie the fia.t ilaj
aif the next trriu of the Circuit t'omt f..r -ai.l cnuiilj
a.f Pike, tu hp til-iliaul helil ; t the I ..nil lloll-e III
tic town .f Bon ling fn-.ii, in .ail nm.lt i.n Ihe
t-i.t:e .Mniiilay in June i.i-i, tl.e hill will I..
f.ilcen a eni.fi-.-c.l aeaint jnn Aail il . i.i.leie.1
-1 lit a Copt of thi orilar he puhli-ln-il in mine ra-
. 'i ...... i ... I : . i. .. . . . .1 . I
r a ........ .... ...... ..v... i
l.alhe lat iierli,... tn he al lea.l f.o.r ueek. l..r..
the comuicueaoieiit of the next term i.f thi. comi
an1 the eaute it cuntinued
witne whereof, I, M. J.
I ...I a.ri.rL i . i. . . , a . t
i eL Clerk, have herenntu et n.y l.aml an.l iif.
. r . J
' y-nxeu ine Mai el raid touit. tt erEc? tl.ia
IClh Jay of March, 1341.
Ilircb Ltl 3t. M. J. NOYES, Clerk.
4 T.I. peroti in.lel.ta-al tl e f h,v
2 hrijaa il.-re a.a-.l, me a-.iiio.i'.
C!i"a.e l.arara.l ail my th- r i.i-, I n
n.1ti.eenee will hi ;iii
J SltS CIJJLTO.V,
A;r I 3J, 1341 iU
I '"l.lhl 4
UNDER this mono, new weekly paper habeen
couiiueuced in llartfonl. Coll., to be continued
so long ns the public will sustain it.
Wc hve cliorca fur the nanje of our journal rath
era poetical one ami strange enough to tb.ie who
are buried in duiieous anil mines; but tolbe inhabi
tants uf the clear upper air, a familiar enenre, shi-
ninj iuto tho hi arts of nnnic who else would ilie of
frigidity. Strangr, nlo, to n elms, whoe condition
H'C piojiofo to di-. U' nailich. Hie inmate nf our
lactones, to whom the pleu-ant light of heaven cniucf
but -eiilmii to thee, their laborious ta'ks.
W de-i.i., to touch on the banking system,
and portrHy some of its enorn.ilie hilheito suffered
lit pa-is almost in silence. We n.ust let in a liltle
light upon the iiuhIi'iii ilyn I'lic. and study their ini
quilie by n.e Haze of the "SuNSKaM." instead of
tallo t.ui.l c ami coiiotatioii wx. Will the pro
. Icn. ta r know their rights ami km. wine dare main
tiin thrin? "1 li it what we w:mt to finil out; and
(or I he purpose of a free mid f lir iIim-ii-miii if the
Tm.Tti. we i-ne thce proposals to the hold and free,
who I. me the neait to reason the matter with
.i ) to all iodi-aa! who aiv not afraid of e ting burnt
Mil a 4 Slwiu am "
'I'l.e "Si'NEsi" will be a political, hot not a par
tiz in nsper, aod will .lied Mich liht a lu:iy be rj
veil n, on rinr.ii le and iueaiirej of public policy,
.ilh. ut relVreurr to rrt', or p.irlir., or individual".
I'l.e raii'e hn !i h ive priulured ueh leaiful ine
l'i tliiM ' in the u i:il riinilaii.il ill tie fe:ir'e-l ei-
ii.ii eil him! .!i-m--.-.l W . -h .ll not f ill to n -k of
I..' I,t..;.t.-I fi-l. i I ii .( li e l:i, il ii.il in H llisinlli r
I. o tm.i . 1 J I tie 1,,-nr.I Wli., mi.iI whu' nride yon
untie i and a a rot.-eiilei:re. more pnweifni,
'k ill tl.e-- -rr- lit eililii- l:lll.itri d-of p.ior llieli, wo
u rn, hi,. I i i.iMr, i.. u In. l.nl I. ill to li e. and lle hut
lotoil lor o. r :u i n ilm mri.t ? We irrotiiixe in
the.ole l.timun lamily a romliiMO liiollu-ihooil-
"Are weii-.t elnhlii n of one rattier'" and Hh the
iii.ii.oil.il Ji ri ks.in, "we have wor upon the allar
ol (.'ml, rliii.il h"-lilil to every form of tyranny
over Ihriiiiiid of iioin ,v
If the .liM-iiion il whatever m:v (;.! to o
ri:il, ii...t;il, or p..lilir.il el. I ill. n of thr man. Hint
to Hie iitli-rdi-.-titirtii.il of evi-M jei ie. of piuilece
ei-i .veil t Iht J it. Hill imike ami paper vaiuatm
:" mteii-tit.!: t.i Iht many, it will lie ni-lanie.l. II
j tloT, He .:il I. II. I f.lir ri-H:ir.I III ll:e II lie lion ill-ii
He t..ilen..t i a-.-h rte-l o.ii .'nlv in liehall f am rr"-
I :ni.l .l.tM-ii tr.nl.h li hiiin'ii.it
- i.,- -s, Nm . i ( la t a I urn- s
'-'-" n-i.t- a .incV a-i.p for t'me momi .
tea., .-r !! I
n l..i w
II I IIH
it II . I hM len-lle
fi roi ie
C ilil l
i..i t!..- :.l...v. I. i.;lh
M.i.i h V'l.
Til: TIIOKOI ;il-nHFI HOUSE
Silt WLLMIXC. I ON.
Crand on of ttl.l Sumplcr, i five vear olrt
lhi twins full han't I? inrha hi-.-h , Hit'. out
a Hrii.oh in either eve, onnil in eiTv p.irlteiiliir.
W ill t.icl tne pra etit 'c.i.oll at the .table of M. II
I!.Uiiii Ti li. ile. wat of l..ili-.:lai-. I'tke tuit,t-i Mo.
and H.ll t.e let to ltiaie at th "e.-i-oa.. mi. I Co
: iMnrilire tote pari vhpn t!ie Mr! i are. t billed a. a
I the niil.e pari-. I ith. Se:i.ii li...ri-y will lie due
! t?."lili ol" lie.aMiit.eri.eait. P:i-tora-je for mail run
'he Imi! fi-.tii -it tl e ril.i.ve .t:itid No liability for
! arri.'a i.t, t nt j:a :.l riire wi'l he t:.ken to t.ieaeet
'them. M. II. I IIISDN.
j Af.il a.t. l-t!. 3t.
Thii .lu.riMigii l.real hnrie will
tn.l t'Mf ire- :t aeaon one
f ..f hiftinie :it tlifl pru.rie.
. E.J. Mrlher', 3 mile.
rt a.f IEi.ulin (i. -en, mil
tl.e oiler li.ll'.l lln.-liili Nj.
Ci 6 tiiihii n.irih we-i of it-i.ini, and will t let t-i
I m .n at the rehired -rire..fSI it 0. If hy tho
sejMin l.e tnoner irni'-t he pnij at the e.i-e a.f the a,e
', 5n: if by inMirai.re, when th mare is a-eerl.nned tn
1 ip in ei.il. reraon. Iiarinjit a ilitanee ran get acrn.
I iniHlationa for mare at either a.lan'1. No liahiliiv for ac.
ciileiit.-. hut j;rejt car? uul te t iken lo prerent I hem.
M irel, il). K J. STKorilKIS.
OK REM. ESTATE.
i Si !i
fi H v V -
i-' V X j.nr-t::i!i-o i .-.ti ii: il"r. made l y theC.mn
. ! tv Court nt I'ihe t li n'v, th" iiiider-!'.'!)-
ed Ad i .illMrator of" ll:e lls;it n!" illi.ilii .
j Allen dere-ixed. will o :i r at tmbhc sale to
i the bid.est bi.ld -. lef.ue the t'ourt . use
dinir in tin- Town ul I'l.wl n.'-lareeti, on tl.e
lirt i iy i-l" the next May Icnn of the I'ike
Count v ( oiirt, tl.e li.l!ow !iiL' !eci il.eil real
t: S. V. . . Se . :ho i:. i
V. . ,
:. I ten
I I. A. W. 1 . i;. or. Sect.
I 14. :.
1 ir. ol
i. "res aibo'iiiti'j the S. V,
3. rill in Town- ship 51. Xnrtl
Ho Vft. t.iid !yin' in said Conn
:ms ok Sam:; Uri' hall" rash the re-
l iiinin b-r at twelve mi.ntliN', the purchaser
lining iHitid ami approved sectintv.
.sa.mci:l i:. Ahhi;.. " Admr.
Marcli, 27. 13-11. 4 1.
persons inteiete.l. are l:erelv
1 li -d that at the ttet
Ter it ul" the
l'i! e Cn.iiitv Ciiurt,
I s'ra'l make a Ihial
t'eaiellt of the es'::t'' of John Cash
- ea - ed. A KCI I 111 A 1 .1) CASH, Aihn'r
j .. '"th l"ll 41
T1VI fcjl'TTl I'A'I'V'P
. l.l I I -1 l I -A I .
1 persons lllteresteil arc IieiVliV ilotl-
t ,),., at noxt .,v Term" of the
pj CMIIltV Co.1.1. I hall ...ukc a final Set-
tlement ol' my adiitini-tr.ition. of the estate
of Samuel atson deeeased.
I'l.IIHr WATSOX, Adm'r.
March 27th, 104 1 4t
Tin: i ii( !M suiaii-iiiji:i iioksi:
WILL Ktiind the nre-
se.iMili at the st;ihle
ol Ahraliaiii Ihil'oid. two
. j. i . . : - -V . .a. i- . i
-V !'.- A lii.es.. Ol J. Iin
in lia'is bounty, at a ilie season, arid 8
A true a.opy from the insurance, to tie paid when the lact is ascer
I tairicd.orthe mare parted w ith. Season money
renf. I. M. J. Novea. ! . .: i .i az.,1. Ii.. !..-. . r'
ia - i "c ' iJin i'c. ihai. I lir.r'e lor
, , . ,- . . ,
I fii-,eaa .jira lin Lnil irrnliK. n I tliA 1 1.. .... Dinn.l
For particulars as to I'edi!tee &c. See Hills.
- ...... c u.
IT It M AN A. rCIUKJM.
March, 27- 4'.
i LL at CItAX
j jY AC.WTi.A Ti.S i:i.A.'KS,. lVeiy de
i sscriplioti, for cale a ihin ofilct.
PROSPECTUS OF THE POLITICAL
elievine, ns we do most sincerley, that
the various coalitions and combinations
of bankers, speculators and stockjobbers,
which exist in our country, are of dead
ly hostility to our free institutions that
the friohtful 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 at this crisis of our na
'ional alEiirs an absolute necessity for a work
of tliis kind a paper which shall cooly,
faithfully, fearlessly, and perseverinoly op
pose and expose the dangerous schemes ol
the federal bank party will not be doubted
by any who are alessed with reason. Such
shall be the end and aim of the present pub
lication. Il will advocate a thorough, radi
cal, and complete reform in out present pa
par puimise to-pay-money system, which en
ables;! privileged few to print dollars, while
the hard-working many are compelled toearn
tlii'iu; enabling rich drones to exchange
strips til brown paper with a picture engrav
ed upun it. for houses. Ind, labor. &r. Be
lieving that paper money corporations are
ilic most dangerous form of tyranny upon
the face ol the earth, we shall devote our
energies to open the eyes i.f the pubhc ton
sense of their banelul iitfl':etiee. The Tarilf.
tnai another invention ! tl.e nlle to live in
liiMiivatlhe expense i. itnliistn - will !
Ulldevialingly opposed. Internal n;..ive
ineiitsbv the Grim I Government, a .N.ilinn-
:.l 'Link in any posilile torin, will be handled
wnli. iit gloves. I he latiatieal crew
!i.-lili. n deinaootii's who would dcolale
iir -tinny fields and criinn our liearib-idev
vuli luniinn "ore, will be .lealt with accord
ing to strict justice. In.le. il. no poihle e
eifion shall t' spued to make the llel'otmer,
i:i all respects, ricb'v aleset i itio the generous
Mlppairt of evaTV f ietid of politieal liliertv.
Tlie ititeie-t and active exertions of the
(Mends of fiee.lom in proiiioiin the circula
tion of this paper in their respective neiL'h
Inn hoods, is verv respeelfull v ainl eaiiu'sllv
solieiled. eliMk to thetll Willi 1 1 1 H I a 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v
C' nfidence lor their zeal. mis suppo.-i. tin.1
ihire to lu.pe that it will not be withheld.
Conditions: The l'olitic.'tl Reformer wiil
I e published semi monthly, upon fine white
p ipi-r. eacli ntiiubet cont.iinj sixteen octavo
paycs. making 4 1 C prices to the Volume, at
the iinpreeed-iited low price of filly cents
per .-iiiuiim! Tiioe who I.n ward live dollars
-bill rcct-bc !ave ii copies ten dollars.
Uea' -tlnee c-pii-s in. I lor twenty do
: os liuv ci.pies v. i!l he -eat for one vear; re
biciiio the pnea-to f..rt cents, ainlv, for an
"i-tavii volume a.f four butidied and sixteen
!:!'!! No paper will be .Piit without
'! ( m.-tiev is forwarded in advance. O'ders
ll.li csse.l to Tlla-aiplllllis sk. ! 'I tSMlollt !.
'a.. wiil ni-et with prompt afa-iri.ui.
iiik it.i.Hiiui:1. n mi. nuts':
H ii Sir .1 rch ir.
tVill tiiti.l the ell'ltillj .-ea.oi.
in tlie lown of New l.i..;ih.n III
tlie re.luee.l priee of flftea-n
ami twenty ih.llar. All niil.e.
from n ili.t:inea. will he pro-
lil.a-.l a. lib (,'immI .atme an.l C'aill f-il if ra-.iuira.il am
a-.a.ni.itile teaau.; that i the pa.ture free. Kor fair
ll.a-r pialiriil.ii. .efi.r In l-ill.
Mar. I. ti lin A. C. H AWKINS.
HIE uii.ler-iL'iieil will jim-r I.i n'e, ami ell to
the lii-he-t hi.l.lertit Pa lie. villi' Mo . mi the
tit I, ilav nf l ireh next. tii-t rale M-t aif Wool
I'ahi hi ciiinl amler, t.ia-ttier with nil the lieee.ara;
apparatua. Teruit inailr km wn am the .1 iv of -ale
I'lhiiinrv. Etth ltl. .'It.
tu m lit a Jim vii ivriAtiT"
I'a in ph lets,
u laea-als, Mortgage.
' Notes, anal
' Bills ol Kichang,
, Clerk's, mill S III.4NKN.
ants ol till kinds,
Horse, nnal S Kll.l.s,
Ha ml )
V XCY XI) Hit'-' A MEN r. A I. IMJINTIM:
iV.IIIm. iliiiia. expi.tlittiiill mi rea-iiiilihleteruie? Ihe
S.1f.T ' I. H'lt V.I I. e'FC
ex ncuToirs xt men.
per.oti. ii.tere.ti'il, are herehv notilii-il.
l the iin.ti'r.iiie.l. haae ohtaitied fmiii the Clcik
ol the I'ike eoiiiitv einnt. Ia-tta-r taialaii.eiitar on
the ...tale ail Ueaioiii W hllakea, ilea-'al, .rini; date
Ihe I Ith Jan I 1 1
All H'riiam..lha.ra-foae, who have nnjf rl.iims aaiii.t
Ihe e-tat.-of .aid ilerea-eil. are reiiiiieil to exhiliil
Ihe .a me duly authenticated fur nllowanee, within
one year frnin the data aif 'aid letter, or they may
he pieetuded frniu liaving any benefit of ai;l e.
tate, anil if aurh ilaim, are not presented within
'hree ea-a they will he forever tinned t rl ilk
Mar.-h -JO St. KAItNEN II. WIIITAKER.
Neatly executed at this Ofiicc for
and for CASH ONLY!!
riHE undersigned ndmintstrator of the es
tate of Alexander McCardie, dee'd, late
of Pike county, Mo., hereby gives notice to
all concerned, or in nny wav interested in
said estate, that the undersigned administra
tor will make a final settlement of the said
estate at th next May term of the coun
ty court of said county.
SUSAN McCARPIFi, Admr'x.
March 97tb. 1MI "t
WHO WANTS BETTER EVIDENCE'
would refer the readinr public to the numerous
voluntary letters published recently in the GOOD
SAMARITAN relative to the hannT nd beneficial
effect! of the ailininitrntinn of MOFFAT'S LIFE
PILES AND PHEXIX BITTERS.
Those who hara perused the lettera above referred to
will observe that in almost every caae they attest the
fact, that no inconvenience of any sort attendi the ia.
king of these medicines, in ordinary cases, but that the
patient, without feeling their operation, ia universally
left in a stronger and better state ot health than waa
experienced previnua to being afflicted with disease; and
in all eases of acuta suffering, great relief ia 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 me to say aught, as I be
lieve the LIFE MEDICINES are now nniversally ad.
nutted to be the most speedy and effectual core extant
in all diseases of that class.
The Life Medicines are also a most excellent relief in
affections of Ihe liver and bowels, a 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 others. In their opeta.
tiora in such cases, they restore Ihe tone of the stomach,
strengthen the digeative organs, and invigorate the
general functions of the whole body, and thus become
to both sexes (far they are perfectly adapted to each) an
invaluable means of preventing disease and restoring
In affections of the head, whether accompanied with
pain and giddiness, or marked by the grievous calamity
of impaired mentul energy, in palpitations of the heart,
flatulency, loss of appetite and atrength, and the multi
plied symptoms of disordered digestions. The Life Me.
dicines will be found to possess the most salutary effica.
Constitutions relaxed, weak or decayed, in men or
women, are under the immediate influence of the Life
Medicines. Old coughs, asthmaa, and consumptive hab.
its are soon relieved and sfieeddy cured. Poverty of
blood, aud emaciated limbs will ere long meet the hap.
piest change the ehill watery tfuij will heroine rich and
baUamir, and the limbs will be covered with flesh, firm
Nervous disorders of eveiy kind, and from whatever
Caue arising, tly before the cllecl of the Life .Medicine-,
and a I that Irani a.f sinking., anxiet es and Iremours
tvhirh s.i dreadfully Mum-I Ihe weak, the sedentary, and
l lie delicate will in a short lime, he succeeded by cheer
fulness and every presage nf health.
For weakness, deticieury of natural strength, and re
laxation of the vessels, hy too frequent indulgence of
the passions, this medicine is a safe, certain, and invalu
Those who have Ion" resided in hot climates, and are
In liquid and relaxed in the whole svslem mav take THE
LIFE MEDICINES with the happiest edi-cls; and
persons removing to the Southern slates or West Indies
cannot slore a more important arirlc of health and life.
The follon ing eases are among the most recent cures
elTeeted, and gratefully acknowledged hy the persons
Case of Jacob B. Hunt, New Windsor, Oran;e eounty,
New link. A drradl'il tumor destroyed uear!y the
whole i.i Ins lace, nose andjair. r.xpericnccd quirk
reliel from the use of the Life Medicines, and in less
than three months was entirely cured.
Case i.f Thomas lurci-ll( scn'r- t l years of age was
aiai. leii s years w Hh swelling in hi. legs as entire
ly cured hy taking 4.1 pills in llirre weeks.
Case of John Daullon, Aberdeen Ohio, rheumatism
five years is enlir.-ly rureii has ued the Life Med i.
cities fur worms in children and fuuud them a sovereign
Case of Lewis Austin periodical pick headache al
ways relieved hy a small d. se now entirely free from it.
Case of Ad, .ii Amea cured of a most ol-stinate and
invelerate alvspcpsia, and general dehditv
I asc nf Ad-ah Adam., Wmd-or Ohio - rheumatism.
gravel, liter all'eclions, and general nervous. debility, had
been eaiutiiied seven year., was raised fr.-ini her bed hy
takih" one box a.f pills and a bottle of bitters, a most
ealraordinary core she is now a very healthy and ro.
bust woman alteslrd lr her husband hubel Adams.
Case of Mrs. badger w lie of Joseph Itaiiger, nearly
the same re.-ult the sa . e.
Cae of Su.an (ooiljr.mt a young unmarried woman;
.iitijeri li, ill liralt tor several years a small course ot
the I lie Medicines entirely restored her; ia now hale
a7a.-e of Miss I hoiuas, daughter ol illi Tiioinas; coiih
and simpioms n" consumption; cured in I weeka. lie.
sister cured of a severe attack of rheumatism in one
Case of S. Colvin cured of a severe attaek of scar.
let fever, in a fc-.v days by theuse of tho Life Medi.
Case of Tuogood, Salina, N. V was in a verv low
state of hrallli a year and a hall"; did not expect to re.
cover. he is now able to walk about and is rapidly re
covering iKith health and strength.
t ase of llenianiin J. I ueker, severe case of lever
and Ague cured in a very short space o( time. Direc.
lions followed stnrtlv
Case of Amos Davis; atf.-rtinn of the liver; after try
ing diH-tors remedies in vain for a long time, was cured
hvlhn Life meiiieines without trouble.
Exlr.iordinarv rase of Lrinan I'r ill, who was afflict
ed with riilhisie I'll years; effected a perfect cure in I
hours hy the use of Ihe Lite Medirinrs.
Thousands of persons atllir'e.l in like manner have,
by a jiulirioiK use nf Moffat's Pills and Phenix Killers,
lieen restored ! the enjoyment of all the comforts of
life. The Itttters are pleasant to the taste and smell,
greatly astringelhe fibres of Ihe stomach, and give that
proper tensity which a good digestion requires. As no.
thing can he belter adapletl to nourish and help the con
stitution, s i there is nothing more generally aeknowl.
edged to be ieruliarlv efficacious in all inward waslings,
loss ol' apH'titc, indigastion, depression of spirits, trein.
bling or shaking of the hands and limbs, otctio ate coughs
shortness of breath, or consumptive habits.
Tho l.ifo Medicines possess wonderful rffirary in all
nervous disorders, fits, ha-adarhes, weaknesses, heavi.
ncss and lowuess of spirits, dimness of sight, confused
thoughts, wandering of the mind, vapors and melan.
eholly, and all kinds of hysteric complaints are gradual.
I v removed hythair use In siekness of the slnmach,
flatulencies, or ohstruel ion. 0..r s anal powerful,
and as a purifier ul the blood they have not their equal
in the world.
For additional particulars of Ihe above medicines see
Motfat'a 'IommI Samaritan,' a copy of w hich aecninpa.
f nie. ibe uiedicmes; a e..pv ran also he obtained of the
i d i tie re n I ug. tils w ho have the medirin"s for sale.
1 French, tii-rman, and Spanish directions can be ob.
, tained on application at the office 373 Uroadway. All
post paid letters will receive immediate attention.
Prepared and sold by WM. II. MOFFAT. 375 Broad,
i way. New Vork A liberal deduction uiado to those
I whu purchase tu sell again.
Agents. Tho Life Medicines may also be had of the
' principal druggist in every town throughout the United
; Slates anal tho Canada. Ask for Moffat's Life Pills and
! Phenix llitlars; and lie sure that a far simile of John
Moffat's signature is upon the label of each bottle ef bit.
ters or box of pills.
For nale by Dr. T. S. WATERS, Bowling Uicen.
JVT TIC- is hereby given that the underieuril has
rV9 taken out letter of Administration on Iheei
tale of Lewi. I'.lviai.U, iler'.l, fioui the t'leik nf Ihe
County Conit. of Warien County hearing ilute the
20th nf Fibrua.y, A D lll: all persons, therefore
who have any claim iitaint lheetnteof did deceased
lire acquired toex.iioit the .a mo duly authenticated fo
alluwuucc, within one year from the dale of mid let
ters or they may he precluded fioio having any bene
fit of said estate, ami if Mich claims are not present
ed within threat years they will he fmever haired.
March 0, 1841 lit.
THE Undersigned would propose to run bis Geld,
ing Roebuck, over any track in the county of
Pike, Mo., one thousand yards for the sum of Five
lluiidrtd Dollars, against any hor.e mare or (elding
iu said county, according to thn aulas of racing.
Feb. 'JTfrt. W. GIBSON.
MORE NEW. GOODS! V
CAMPBELL & CRANE, A
11TAVE just received an additional ropply
x-- of Dry Goods, consisting of staple and
fancy articles, groceries queensware, saddle
ry, &c. afcc.
We have a general assortment of Dregs
and Medicines, including a variety of patent
and other preparations, put up in a manner
suitable for family use: such as
D iteman's drops, Godfrey's cordial.
Hive Syrup for colds and coughs.
Paregoric and Laudanum,
Soda Powders, worm medicines,
Lee's Pills, castor and sweet Oil ia snail
Spirits Turpentine, oil spike,
Spirits Nitre, salts, magnesia, salt petre;
and in short, almost every article ever needed
Dec. 5, ! 840.
STATE OF MISSOURI, J
County of Lincoln. )'
In the Circuit Court for Mav Term 1341.
Susan CaiSTT Ilctsci, ")
by her next friend, j Petition in Chancery for a
Isisel Kulssd, J Divorce,
Ff.di.as S.C. Heisrx.J
THE complainant, Su.an C. Ileisen, by her aext
friend, Israel Rulan l, haiiug on the 6tb day of
January, ltj), filed iu the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Couit of the county and state aforesaid her
petition acainat the said defendant, stating that aa
Ihe lGthof May, I -"9, she was lawfully married te
'aid defendant that the next day after their mar.
ria'e he commenced a coune of cruel and inhaaura
lieatiuoil towards her anil continued the same while
he continued to live with him; that he lived with
aid defendant only about fix week.; that allhoogk
he was entirely innocent, he charged her with incon
tinency and impeached her virtue to cruelly aa to
make her miserable and her life a bnrdea; that he
gave l.er .lrn; to extort from her a cofessioo of the
crime with which he charred her; that from the ef
fect of Ihe drue or some other cause, the considered
her life in danger and left birr.; that said defeadaat
ha. left the county, ami that she cannnt in safety
a;ain lmt her life in his hands. And prays to he
divorced from the bonds a.f matrimony. Aod, it a p.
fearing thnt aid Fenlinau is not a resident of this
tale, it is n.ilcied that unless said defendant appear
on or befoie the lift day of the next term of said
court to te begun and held at the court house in Troy,
in .aid county, on the Gist Monday in May next, and
file his answer to said complainants petition, the saaie
will be taken for rotilesed against him, and that this
order be puhli-ha-d in ome newspaper printed ia this
tale eijl.t weeks sucecively, the last insertion at
lea-t four weeks before the next term of said corns,
r i tiivcu under my hand and seal of office
-J seal. in tncntia.n nf said ton:!, 'his 6th day of
1 . ' Juimaiy, 141.
Jan. 10 FRANCIS PARKER, Clerk.
. FARMERS AHOY!
rpMn Subscriber intends tu keep durirg
the present year at lyr.esville, Bowling
(Irern. Clatksvi'Ie, Xew Ilnpe,and John Mc
Cunc".-, seven :ai!es r.airih nf ISaiu ling Green,a
l..i i:e assm tn ent f PLOUGHS of all sizes,
used i.y the 'aimer of this country. He will
:isi keep constantly on hand, at his jhop in
li. nesville, a numherof readv made WAG
ONS of the l est tjuality. The Farmers oi
ti.is atnl the aiijumiti counties are invited to
call at the above named places before thev
purchase elsewhere, a he is satisfied thev
will be pleased both as to the price, quality
and description of the above articles.
lebG 1. J A AILS C. DUVALI
TOn.U CO! TOBACCO!!
rflllEiih.criher would ioforra the Tobacco croweri
JL of tins nnd the adjoininr; counties, that he wilt
live the hihe-t cash prices for Tobacco delivered ia
aid order to hiiu at his manufactory in the towa of
Piaiiiet ith' He con'tantly keeps on hand also.
mar uf.icttiieil t ihacen nf the best quality which he
will sell on accommodating terms at wholesale or re
tail. GEOKOE W. THURMOND.
March 13 fun
A I .M I N 1ST11 ATIOX .NOTICE.
NOTICE i hereby saven that the undersigned
has taken nut letters of Administration on the
estate nf Fraiiri, Taliafeiro deceased from the Pike
1'onntv Comi. beniinc date tne Il'lh nf March 1S41 :
Ml person', theiei'.i.e, who have anv claims aeainst the
r-tate of said deca a-ed, are required to exhibit the
'a me duly authenticated for allowance, within one
year from tl.e date of said letter, or they maybe
pierluded fioin ha tint; any beneCtof said estate, and
if such claims are not presented within three year
they wi:l be forrver tinned.
TIMOTHY FORD, Adm'r.
March lnth, 141 :it.
STATE OF MISSOURI,!
County of Pike.
! the c'aauiiiy Couit of the term of February, te
wit, on the 4th day of February, 141.
MSA l r F.ufaUSON. Administrator of the
rotate of Creed T. Ferguson, deceased, comes
and tiles in court his petition for the sale of real es
tate for the payment of debts, or of so much thereof
as may he found necessary to fell therefor, which said
pa-titiuii is accompanied hy nn account of his said ad
iiiiiiitrntinn, a li't of the debts due to and by said
deceased, remaining unpnid, and an inventory of the
real e-tale of said deceased, and of the remaining
personal estate with its nppraiseal value, and of alt
other assets in his hands, the whole verified by hi
oath: And, the.eupon, oa motion of said Amis P.
Fergu'nn, ndn.inistrator as aforesaid. It is odered
hy Ihe court, that all persons interested ia said estate
be notified that 4 petition bath been filed as aforesaid
ac..-oniamed by the list, inventories and accounts
required by law, and that unless cause to the contra
ry be shewn ou the first day of the aext May term of
this court, an order will then be made for the sale of
the real estate of said deceased In said petition men
tioned, or of somneh thereof a shall he found neces
sary to complete the payment of the outstanding
debts which remain unpaid for want of personal as
sets Anal it is ordered that such notice be gives hy
a publication, in some newspaper piloted ia this state,
of a copy of this oraler, for six - weeks successively,
before the next term of the court. A tree eopj frost
lo testimony whereof, I kae berenate srt
) my hand and (Bied the teal of
at office this 4th day of Mare
M. J. NOYES, CI
A. II. BUCK NEK,
ATaORSET AND COCXSCLTaOR AT lAtsf,
BOWLINO-GREaSN, MCV '
TTAS removed bit office, to a room ia tbesecosi
sttry ef tlte S'ope Home.
Jeeosry 35, IMA