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ST. LOUIS MARKET,
April 29, 1841.
Bacon Hams, 7a6; Shouldrs, 4; Sides
51; hog round, 4 dull.
Beans 75c dull
Butter In kegs 79 good supply and
Brandy American 50a75; plenty; Cog
niac $1 50a$3;Champaigne$2a.$3.
Bees-wax 22a24 scarce.
Candles We quote sperm 48a50; mould
14; dipped 12 good supply.
Cotton Yarn 24 to 25, sales. Good
Coffee Hav. green, 13.al4; Rio 12al3;
Java 161al8; St. Domingo 1 2a 13c in de
mand. Segars Melee 5ta6; per m. Hav. M.
15a20; per Principe 20a25. Good stock
Cordage Hemp Led cords 2 50: Grass
S3 00; Manilla plough lines 1 50; Manilla
rope 14a 15 Hemp plough lines Si 25.
Domestics We. quote for i at 8a9lc;
4-4 at 10ial2l.; plentiful supply.
Flour. Citv mills 4 a 4 25: country do 3
50i3 75 larce supply.
Fish Ho. 1, .$19;a20No.2. 17;No.3,$l3
scarce Cod fish. S2 00 Herring, 11 to 13
Fruit Raisins M R 3 25;a3 50 scarce
SS Almonds !Gal8; h. s. do 10121
Furs If Peltries Raccoon prime, 40 a
62;Mink. I2sa25:0tter 2a5 00; Fox,Grey
25: Wild cat 25c: Muskrat prime 6i; Deer,
shaved No. 1, 25; do red do 24; do short bluf
24; do fall greys 15; do winter preys 8ril2
Gin W ouote American 62 a 75c.
COodsuDDlv Holland Si 501 75.
Grain "Corn in sacks 25a30c: Wheat
Hides, dry 81a9; in demand.
Hemp. 6 and scarce.
Iron Bar 5c: band7;hoop 9all; round
and square 5 a 10; sheet 9all, castings 21.
Lard 6a7; in demand and very scarce.
Ijcoi. $4no sales.
Molasses The supply is large, on levee
we quote it at 30 by the quantity; 33a
Nails The supply limited we quote,
assorted sizes Talk; and No 3. 9 cents.
Oil Sperm Winter Strained 1 35il 50;
Summer strained 1 20al 30; Tanner's $20a
21 per barrel; Linseed 87a 100.
Pork Fresh no sales, in bbl. mess $10a;
prime 8a 81, no sales of any consequence.
llice 51a61c for new rice, and scarce.
Rum N. O. 621a75c; Jam. $1 501 75.
Salt On the landing from boats, G A $2,
LB $2 25 in store; G. A.$2 50a$2 75; L.
B $2 75 demand fair.
Sugar cotinues firm at quotations a lot
of 60 hhds of rather inferior quality was ot
tered on the landin?. a part ol winch was
sold at 61a61 eood eeld firm at7a71.
Soob Eastern No. 1. 7a8; Cincinnati
6 to 7: cood supply.
Tobacco Manufactured Missouri and
Kentucky, 10a25: Virginia 25a50 good
suddIv. In hhds none in market.
Teas Young Hyson 85affi; G. P. and
Tar Per bbl 5a6; keg 1 good supply.
Whiskey Sales made of raw whiskey on
levee. Raw 15c and abundant rectified
Wines Prices vary but little from last
weeks' quotations we quote Sweet Malaga
75: Tenenfle. Slal 50: Madeua, common
75c, best quality $1 75a2 50; Sherry $Ja$3
Champagne 8a 15.
The folio wine are the rates at which mo
ney is purchased by the Brokers.
Bank of Cairo, 1 toll dis.
Miner's bank of Dubuque, no dis.
Wisconsin Marine Insurance Co. 2 dis.
Bank Mineral Point, no sales.
Bank of Illinois, par.
State Bank of Illinois. par.
Ohio country,generally, 2 to 5 dis.
Cincinnati, par to I prem.
State Bank of Indianna, par.
Kentucky Banks, par.
United State Bank Notes, 12 tol5dis.
Pennsylvania & Md banks, 2 to 3 prem.
NY & New England banks, 3 to 5 prem.
N O banks, large bills, par to 1 prem.
Arkansas Bank, 50 to GO dis.
Michigan banks genrally, 12 to 12 dis.
6 to 8 dis.
fOTICE is hereby riven, that the under-
1 sighed has obtained from the County Court
of Pike county Missouri, letters of admin
istration on the estate of James Bradford, late
of said county deceased, bearing date the
1 st day of February 1 84 1 . AH persons, there
fore, having claims against said estaie, are
requested to exhibit them for allowance,
within one year after the date of said letters,
or they may be precluded from any benefit
of said estate, and if not exhibited within
three years from said date they will be forev
Said James Bradford deceased, was about
six feet and two inches high, of a sandy com
plexion, spare person; is supposed to have
been fifty years old (or upwards.) was bora
and bred in York District, South Carolina,
had resided in this connty about fifteen years,
and died on Salt River, about the first of
November last; at the house of James Love,
and his estate has been appraised at the
sum of one hundred and twenty five dollars,
and twenty five cents.
JAMES L. BRADLEY, Admr.
like County Missouri,
March 20 1841. 6 U
MAGISTRATES BLANKS of every de
scription, for sale at this office.
STATE OF MISSOURI.
CountT of Pike. I
la the Circuit Court, of the Term of March, to
wit, od the 13tb day of March, 1841.
1ho.i V rATTo.v,rimouB pelition .n debt by
.. , j . ( Attachment.
Kcuien Smii.it, Defendant. J
AND now at tbia day comet the laid Plaintiff by
hit attorney, and it appearing to the satisfaction
of the court, that the aaid Defendant it not a resident
of or residior within the aaid Slate, (and that be
cannot be summoned.) Therefore on motion of said
Plaintiff by nil said attorney. It ia ordered by the
court that the aaid Defendant be notified that an
action of debt hath been commenced against bim
by the aaid Plaintiff, and that an attachment hath
been issued against hit palate, for the turn of three
hundred dollara (besides interest and costs.) direc
ted to the Sheriff of said count of Pike, who bath
attached the following real estate, to wit; lot No.
siiteen f 16) in Mock No. ten (10) in tl.e Town or
Paynesville in aaid county, and also a certain lot of
parcel of ground adjoining said town, bounded as
follows, to wit : Beginning at a stone, on the base line
of the Town plot at the North west corner of lot
sixteen aforesaid. Thence running south 6Po. W.
twenty two poles to a stone. Thence S. 40o. W.
eigeteen poles Thence N. 45o. E. twenty poles and
twelve links to the South corner of lot aforesaid
Thence South 60o. twelve poles to the beginning, as
annears bv his return endorsed on .aid writ; and
that unless you the said defendant shall enter your
appearance herein, at the nest Term of our court,
which will be begun and held, at the Court House
in Bowling-Green, within and for our aaid county of
Pike, on the fourth Mooday of June nest, and on
or before the third day of the said Term, plead to
the said Plaintiff's action. Judgment will be render
ed against you by default, and the property attached
as aforesaid, sold to satisfy the same. And it is fur
ther ordered by the Court, that a copy of this order
be published for four weeks successively, in some
newspaper printed in this State, thelat insertion to
be at leat thirty days before the commencement of
the next Term of the court, until which said Term,
this cause is continued. A true copy of the record
t In withess whereof I, M. J . Noyes,
seal. Clerk, hare hereunt set my band and affixed
v ' the seal of said Court, nt office this 17th
of March, 1841.
March 27 8t. M. J. NOYF.S. Clerk.
A LL persons indebted to the subcriher by note
Xm. or account, are earnestly requested to come
forward and make pavment without delay, as I
must hare money. If this is not attended to, thoe
owing me will 6od Ibeir uotes aud accounts in the
hands of the Constable.
April 10th, 1841. 4t.
"jVTOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned
1 has obtained from the Clerk of the County
Court of St. Charles county, letters of Administration
upon the Estate of Alexis Mudd deceased, bearing
date the 2(1 day of February, 1841. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate, are requested to exhib
t them in one year from the date of said letters for
allowance, or they may be preclniled from any benefit
of said estate; and if such claims are not presented
within three years from the date of said letters, they
II be forever barred.
JOHN D CLARE. Adia'r
March 72, 3t.
THE CKLF.BRATF.U RACE IIOIISK
By Sir Archie,
Will stand the ensuing season
in the town of New London at
the reduced price of fifteen
and twenty dollars. All mares
from a distance, wII be pro
duced witn good pasture and grain fed if required oa
reasonable terms; that is the pasture free, r or fur
ther particulara refer to bill.
March 6 Im. A. C. HAWKINS.
THE LAST NOTICE
LL those indebted to the late firm of Williams
and Bryson, arid also to Kelly and Dry son. Ad
minittralors of John L. Williams deceased, are here
by notified that if they do nut come forward and pay off
their notes by the first of June next, they will be
put into the nanus ol (Juicers lor collection to a
April 2?, 1841 -3w.
I. N, BRYSON, Admr's
THE undersigned have just received and i
nowepeninr a eeneral assortment of
DIRECT FROM P II I L A D K L P II A , (vis:)
PRINTS OF THE HANDSOMEST STYLE.
Muslins, Lawns, Silks, Palmleaf Hoods, Hats, Ac.
Together with HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
Ql'EEN.SWARK and GROCERIES, all of which
they will sell low for
or to punctual men on tbe usual time.
I. N. UKY.SON, &. Co.
P. SI. We have also a good Were House for Star
ing Tobaceo, which we will receive and Ship on ac
commodating terms. I. N. B. St Co,
April 22, 1841-3.
i LL creditor! and others interested in the Estate
L of Jacob S. Stephenson deceased, are hereby no
tified that I intend to make a final eettlement of the
accounts of said Estate, at the next Term of the Coun
ty Court of Warren County Mo., to be begun and held
at the Court-House in said county, on the 3d Mondsy
oj next May.
1 HUM AS WILLIAMS, Adm'r.
LETTERS of administration have been granted to
the undersigned, by the Clerk of the County
Court of Wajren County, on tha Estate ef Adolphus
Shaberg deceased, which letters bear data the 15th day
of April, A. D. 1841. AU persona bavins claims
against aaid Estate, are requested to exhibit them for
allowance to me within one year after the date of aaid
letters or they may be precluded from any benefit of
said Estate, and if aucb eleima be not exhibits within
three years from the data of aaid letters tbey shall be
WILLIAM DREMEZER, Adm'r.
April 24, 1841.-4L
THE Undersigned would propose to ran his Geld,
ing Roebuck, over any track in the county of
Pike, Mo., one thousand yards for the sum of Five
Hundred Dollars, against any horse mare or gelding
in said county, according to the rules of racing.
Feb. 27 6t. W. GIBSON.
4 U SIM
i ii in
UNDER this name, a new weekly paper has been
commenced in Hartford, Coo., to be continued
so long as the public will sustsin it.
We have choseo for the name of our journal rath'
er a poetical one and strange enough to those who
are buried in duogeoos and mines; but to the inbabi
tants of the clear upper air, a familiar ttttntt, shi
ning into the hearts of some who else would die of
frigidity. Stranre, also, to a class, whose condition
we propose to discuss namely, tha inmates of oar
factories, to whom the pleasant light of heaven comes
but seldom to cheer their laborious tasks.
We design, also, to touch on the banking system.
and portray some of its eoormities hitherto suffered
to pass almost in silence. We most let in little
light npon the modem dynasties, and study their ini
quities by tbe bUte of tbe "Sonssaii," instead of
tallow candles and corporation was. Will the peo
ple never know their rights, and knowing dare main
tain them I This is what we want to find oat; and
for the purpose of a free and fair discussion of the
truth, we issue these proposals to the bold and free,
who have the heart to reason tbe matter with us,
and to all indeed who aie not afraid of ge' ting burnt
with a 'Suksxam."
Tbe 'Su.seasi" will be a political, but Dot a par
tixan paper, and will shed such light as may be gi
ven ns, on principles and measures of public policy,
without reference to sects, or parties, or individuals.
The causes which base produced such fearful ioe
qualities in the social condition will be fearlessly ex
a mined and discussed. We shall not fail to ask of
the bloated aristocracy of the land and in a manner
too that shall be heard Who and what made you
more wealthy, and as a consequence, more powerful,
than the scores or perhaps hundreds of poor men, wo
men, and children, who toil but to live, and live but
to toil for your aggrandisement! We recognise in
the whole human family a common brotherhood-
Are we not children of one Father1" and with the
immortal Jepfprsox, "we have sworn upon the altar
of God, eternal hostility to every form of tyranny
over the mind of man."
If the discussion of whatever may tend to the so
cial, moral, or political elevation of the many, and
to the utter destruction of every species of privilege
enjoyed by Me feir, will make our paper valuable
and interesting to the many, it will be snstained. If
not, we shall find our reward in the reflection that
we bare not neglected our duty in behalf of oppress
ed and down trodden humauity.
The "PissrAH"' is published every Saturday, at
25 cents a single copy for three months. Post Mis
ters, or others, who will forward us 1 shsll receive
five copies J J, eleven copies, for the above length
of time. March 2t).
THE THOROLCII-BRED HORSE
A grand son of Old Su ropier, is five years old
1- thi spring full 15 hands 3 inches high, without
a blemish in either eye, sound in every particular,
Will stsnd the present season at the stable of M. II.
Eidson 5 miles west of Louisiana. Pike Counto Mo.
and will be let to mares at $1 the season, and f rl
insurance to be paid when the fact is ascertained or
the mare parted with. Season money will de due
2 th of December next. Pasturage for mares can
be had gratis at the above stand. No liability fur
accidents, but great care will be taken to prevent
them. M. II. EIDSON.
April 3d. 1341 St.
OF REAL ESTATE.
TN pursuance of an order, made by theCoun-
ty Court of Pike County, the undersign
ed Administrator of the Estate of William N.
Allen deceased, will oflVr at public sale to
the highest bidder, before the Court-House
door in the Town of IJow ling-Green, on the
first day of the next May Term of the Tike
County Court, the following descriled real
estate to wit: r. v. nr. bee. 13 theL. N.
V. ir.Sec. 14, N. W. J S. E. qr. Sect.
14, and ten acres adjoining the S. W.
(jr. of Sect. 13, all in Town- ship 51, North
of Ranirc two West, and Iving in said Coun
ty of Tike.
Tekms of Sale: One half cash the re
mainder at twelve months, the purchaser
giving bond and approved security.
SAMUEL E. ALLEN. Admr.
March, 27, 1841 4t.
4 LL persons interested, are hereby tvti
' fiedthat at the next May Term of the
Pike County Court, I shall make a final
settlement of the estate of John Cash de
ceased. ARCHIBALD CASH, Adm'r.
March 27th, 1041. It.
THE THOROUGH-BRED HORSE
Mi: DOC, Jr.
WILL stand the pre
sent season at the stable
of Abraham Bufonl, two
miles N. W. of N. I.on
don Ralls County, at $5 the season, and $8
insurance, to be paid when the Tact is ascer
tained, or the mare parted with. Season money
will be due 25th Dec. next. Pasturage for
mares can be had gratis, at the above stand.
r or particulars as to Pedigree &c. See Hills.
THOMAS A. l'UKDOM.
ABRA HAM RUFORD.
March, 27 4 U
rTII IE undersigned administrator of thces-
- tate of Benjamin Burbridge dee'd late
of Pike County Missouri, hereby give no
tice to all Creditors and outers interested in the
said estate, that he intends to make a final set
tlement of the said estate, at the next May
Term of the County Court of said County
v stL'o riiit Tnv
jviuijo uuiuiuii, num r
March 27th, 1841. 4 1-
YTICE is hereby given, that the under-'-'
signed has obtained from the Clerk of the
County Court of Audrain county, letters of
Administration upon the Instate of William
Still, deceased, dated Feburary the 2d. 1841.
All persons indebted to said estaie, are re
quested to make immediate payments, and
all persons having claims against said estate,
are requested to exhibit them properly au
thenticated wilhiu one yearlrom the date ol
said letters, or they may be precluded from
having any benefit ol said estate, and if such
claims are not presented within three years,
tney win De lorever barred.
ANDREW STILL, Adm'r.
April 3d. 1841. 3t.
frXTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned ba
alAI taken out letters of Administration on tbe es
tate of Lewis Edwards, dee'd, from tbe Clerk of tbe
Coanty Court, of Warren County bearing date the
26th of February, A. D. 1841; all persons, therefore
who have any claims against tbe estate of said deceased
are required toexuibit the same duly authenticated fo
allowance, within one year from the date or said let
ters, or they may be precluded from having any bene
fit of said estate, and if such claims are not present
ed within three years they will be forever barred.
March 6, 1841 3t.
BOOK AND JOB IMtlNTIM;.
Book. Blank Check.
Pamphlets. 44 Deeds, Mortgages,
Circular, aote, and
Cards of all kinds, " Kills ol Exchaag,
Iadiag, ) norm, i
Horse, and BILLS. Clerk's, and BLlVkS.
Hand ) Justice's )
FANCY AND ORVAMENTAL PRINTING
Will be done expeditiously on reasonable terms at the
SJIl.T RIVER JOIIRJf.1I. OFFICF.
ALL persons interested, are hereby notified, that
tbe undersigned, have obtained from the Clerk
of tbe Pike county court, letters testamentary on
the estate of Benoni Whitaker, dee'd, bearing date
the Illh Jaa. 1841.
All persons.therefore, who have aoy claims against
the estate of aaid deceased, are required to exhibit
the same duly authenticated for allowance, withi
one year from tbe date of said letters, or they may
be precluded from having any benefit of said es
tate, and if such clsims are not presented within
hree ve'S they will be forever barred. t rl dk
March 20 at. KARNEN II. WHITAKER
Neatly executed at this Office for
and for CASH ONLY!!
r"pIIE undersigned administrator of tbe es
tate of Alexander McCardie, dee'd, late
of Pike county, Mo., hereby gives notice to
all concerned, or in anv wav interested in
said estate, that the undersigned administra
tor will make a final settlement of the said
estate at tli next May term of the coun
ty court ol said county.
SUSAN McCAKDUs .ilmr r.
March 27th, 1841. 3t
fT! HE subscriber would inform the Tobaceo growers
A. of this ami the adjoining counties, that he will
give the hi;het ca.h prices fur Tobacco delivered in
good order to him at his manufactory in the town of
Praineville. He constantly keeis on hand also.
marufactured tabacco of tbe best quality which he
II sell on accommixlatinc terms at wholesale or re
tail. GEOROE W. THURMOND.
MareL 1.1 fim.
SIR CI I MILES.
This thorough bred horse will
stand the present season one
bslf of his lime st the propria
tors, r.. J. Strother's, 3 miles
west of Cowling Green, and
the other half at Hexekiah Nal-
ey'a, 6 miles north west of Louisiana, and will be let t
mares at the reduced price of S4 and 86. If bv the
seaaon me money must be paid at the rlose of the sea.
son; if by insurance, when tbe mare ia ascertained to
be in foal. Peraons livingat a distance can get acco.
modslions lor mares at either stsnd. An liabilitv for ac
cidents, but great care will be taken to prevent them.
Marcli WU. rJ. J. STKOTHER-
STATE OF MISSOURI, i
County of Pike, i
In the Circuit Court of the term of March, to wit.
on tbe r.'tb day of March, A. D. 1-41.
IIiNaiiTT TsLurr.aao, )
and others, Complainants (
ir. V Bill in Chancery.
Cuablss T. TaLurEsso, J
and others. Defendants. )
A ND now, at this day, come the said complain
1m. ants by A. II. Buckner, Esq , their solicitor, and
it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the
defendants John Hall and Virliuda Hall, his wife, and
Robinson Spottswond and Elisabeth Spottswood bis
wife, are not residents of, or residing within this
state. Thereupon on motion of the said complain
ants by their solicitor, it is ordered by the court that
the said defendants be notified that on the Iith day
of February, 184 1, the complainants filed their hill
of complaint agaiost (hem, stating in substance, that
Fraiicis Taliaferro deceased, in the year 127, in the
county or Oldham, in the commonwealth of Ken
tucky, executed to one Charles Thornton, a convey
ance of all his real and personal estate, in trust for
the benefit of his wife, Henrietta Taliaferro, and bis
children, that by said conveyance, authority was gi
ven to said trustee, to dispose of and manage the
trust property, as he might deem most conducive to
the interest of said estate; that the said trustee sold
the estate in Kentucky, and after paying the debts of
said I ahalerro invested tl.e proceeds of the sale in
lands in the state of Illinois, and in the county of
Pike in the State of Missouri, with the exception of
one negro woman; that the said trustee purchased
the following described tract of land in the state of
Missouri, vis. The east half of the south west quar
ter of section No. 10, in township No. 54, noith of the
base line of range No 2 west, containing eighty acres,
on which tract of land tbe said Taliaferro lived for
several years, up to the time of his death, in the lat
ter part of the year 184(1; that the said Taliaferro
had also ia bis possession, at the time of bis death,
the negro woman aforesaid. The bill also states tbat
the said trustee departed this life some years since,
and by an order of the Circuit court of Morgan county
in the State of Illinois, William T Thornton, now a
resident of this state, was appointed trustee of said
estate in the state of Illinois, in his stead. The
complainants pray that a trustee may he appointed
to execute the trust in relation to said tract of land
and negro woman; and that he be invested with all
the powers originally conferred upon tbe said Charles
Thornton, by tbe deed of conveyance aforesaid.
Von the said John Hall, Virlinda Hall. Robinson
Spottswood and Elisabeth Spottswood, are therefore.
hereby notified, that unless you file your answers to
tha said bill of complaint, on or before the first day
of the next term of the Circuit Court for said county
of Pike, to be begun and held at the Court House in
tha town of Bowling Green, in said county oa tbe
turth Mondsy in Juoe next, tbe said bill will be
foken as confessed against yon And it is ordered
taat a copy of this order ba published in some news
paper printed 10 this State for eight weeks successive
lyathe last insertion to ba at least four weeks before
tbe commencement of the next term of this court
and the causa is continued. A tine cepjf from the
a. In witness whereof, I, M- 3, Noves.
seaL f Clerk, have barannto set my tand and af-
v ' fixed the seal of said Couit, at olaa this
16tb day of March, 1841.
March SO 8t. M. J. NOYES, Clerk.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
Couutt or Pike. J '
In tbe Circuit Court, of tha Term of March, ta
wit; oathe 13th dayof March, 1841.
Noah Beaslct, Plaintiff,) n .... . , ,
vs. Petition in debt.
John Boothi, Defendant b? Atterarnent,
A nd now at this day comes the said Plaint
in Dy A. It. Jjuciner, iisq.
and it appearing to the
satisfaction of tbe
court, that the said Defendant is not a resi
dent ol, or residing within this State, (and
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 un attachment 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, who 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 ol sec
tion one in township fifty three north of
range two west, in said county of Pike, a
appears by his return endorsed on said writ;
and that unless vou the said defendant shall
enter your appearance herein at the next
term of our said Circuit Court, which will be
begun and held at the Court-House in Bow
ling-Green, within and for our said county
of Pike, on the fourth mondny of June nexf
and on or before the third day of said Term,
plead to tiicsanl l luintitl s action, Judgment
will be rendered against you by default, and
the property attached as aforesaid, sold to
satisfy the same. And it is further ordered
by the court, that a copy of this order, be
published for four week successively, in some
newspnper printed in this State, the last in
sertion to be at least thirty days before the
commencement of the next term of this
court, until which said term this cause is
continued. A true cony of the record.
-- In testimony whereof I, M. J.
seal, y Noyes, Clerk, have hereunto set
v ' my hand and affixed the seal of
said couit, at office, this 17th day of March,
in me ycarot our Kord, 1841.
M.J. Noves, Clerk.
MOIENEV GOODS! "
CAMPBELL & CRANE.
tTAVE just received an additional supply
- of I )ry Goods, consisting of staple and
ncy articles, groceries qucensware, saddle
ry, tfce. &C.
We have a eeneral assortment of Drutrs
and Medicines, including a variety of patent
and other preparations, put up in a manner
suitable for f.imily use: such as
B itemnn's drops. Godfrey's cordial,
Hive Syrup for colds and coughs.
Paragoric and Laudanum,
Soda Powders, worm medicines.
Lee's Pills, castor and sweet Oil in small
Spirits Turpentine, oil spike,
Spirits Nitre, salts mncnesi.i, S:!l pet re;
and in short, almost every article ever needed
Ih c. 5, !B40.
THE TUUBul'UH-BSKO MD WFLL KXOWS HOSSC
W I I.I. stand the present season at tha Stable of
ENGLISH .Ql I1VFFARD, 03 Surer Creek
n Tike County, on the Road lending from Louisiana
falmyra, and 12 miles from the former place.
He will terse mares at $7 the season, and $10 to in
sure, t or lurther particulars See Hand Bill.
WM. F. WATSOX.
April 17 St.
LI. persons indebted to the estate of Benj. Bur
bridge deceased, are eamesllv requested to
come forward and par their debts, fur no further
ndulgrnce will be given.
JAMES CHI LTON", Aam'r.
Apr I 3d, 141 4t.
STATE OF MISSOURI. J
County of Pike. f "
Io the County Court of the term of Februarr. to
wit, on the 4tb day of Februarv, 1S41.
A MSA P. FERGUSON. Administrator of tbe
estate of Creed T. Ferrnson. deceased, comes
nd files ia court his petition for the sale of real es
tate for the payment of debts, or of so much thereef
as may be found necessary to sell therefor, which said
petition is accompanied by an account of his said ad
ministration, a list of the debts due to and bv said'
ileceased, remaining unpaid, and an inventory of the'
real estate of said deceased, and of the remaining
personal estate with its appraised value, and of an
other assets in bis hands, the whole verified by bir
oath: And, theieupon. oa motion of said A nun P.
ergoson, administrator as aforesaid. It is odered'
by the court, that all persons interested io said estate
be notified that 4 petition oath been tiled as aforesaid!
accompanied by the lists, inventories aad accounts
required by law, aad that unless csuse to tbe co.tr
ry be shewn on the Irst day of the aeit May term of
this const, aa order will then be made for the sale of
the real estate of 'aid deceased in said petition men
tioned, or of so ranch thereof as shall be fcund eecea-
y to complete the payment of the oatstaadior
debts which remain unpaid for want of personal as
sets. And it is ordered that such notice be givea by
a publication, in some newspaper printed in this state-,
of a copy of this order, for six weeks successively,
before tbe next term of tbe const. A true copy from
s la testimony whereof, I rerehereaato set
' $ Conrt, at office this 4th day of March,
-v-wl$4i. M. J. NOYES, Clerk.
BY virtue of a deed of Trust to me Executes' by
Thos. Palmer, for tha benefit of W. Av D. Smith,
snd Co. I will sell to the highest bidder in tha Town of
Paynesville, on th e 22d of Jfav next for eab in hatv
the following Described property, situated ia said Towa,
(vi:) Block No. 8 containing 8 Lots, also 4 Lots b
Block No. 5 Lou No. 8637 38 39 aad 09, in Block
No. 3. Lot 13. in Block No 9- Lots No. 58 59 aad
60. in Block No. 6, also the South half of Let No. ft
in Block No. 9. also five seres of Lead adjeiniaf fait).
Town, oo the East also one tract of land lyinf on.
the waters of Big and Little Ramsey Creek's, deaciW
sa followa tha N. W. fractional quarter of section 15,
Township 53 North of Range 1 East ef the 5Ul faiaer
pal meridian containing 157 3-3 scree.
A. FOJCGEY. Trusts.
April 34, lS41.-4t