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1! V LOtl) BTCON.
Wcmcn! experience might have told me,
That all must love thr e who behold thee,
Surely experience might have taught,'
Thy firmest promisesare nought;"
Hut, place in all thy charms before me,
All I forgot, but to adore thee.
Oh! Memory! thou choicest blessing;
When join'd with hope, when still possessing;
Hut how much cursed by every lover,
When hope is fled, and passion's over.
Woman, that fair and fond deceiver,
How prompt are striplings to believe her!
How throbs the pulse, when first we view
The eye that rolls in glossy blue,
Or sparkles black, or midly throws
A beam from under hazel brows!
How quick we credit every oath,
And hear her plight the willing troath!
Fondly we hope 'twill last for aye,
When, lo! slc changes in a day.
This record will for ever stand,
Wotnanl thy vows are traced in sand.''
The last lino is almost a literal translation
from the Spanish proverb.
Alwats Courting. A young lawyer,
wno had long paid his court to a lady, with
out advancing his suit, at length accused her
ot being insensible to the powers of love.
'It does not follow," she archly replied,
"that I am so, because 1 am not to be won
by the power of attorney."
"Forgive me," replied the suiter," "but
you should remember that all the votaries of
Cupid are solicitors."
He might have added, that lawers in good
practice, are always courting.
Retraction. On Friday, July 30, John
Q. Adams declared, in the discussion of the
larili bill in the House of Representatives
in Congress: "He believed that the mass of
appropriations under that anministration(Mr.
Van BurenV) was necessary, and that there
was no extravagance."'
VLL PERSONS interested, are hereby notified
that I shall tt the next November term of the
Tike county court, make a final settlement or m j
administration of the Ettate of Wm. M. Davies
' decti.ee J,
J, M. BELL, Adm'. with
the will acnexed.
Anjast 2?, 1641. tt.
The Democrats of this County are reques
ted to assemble at the Court House in the
Town of Bowling Green, on Saturday the
fourth day of next September, for the pur
pose of adopting Resolutions expressive ol
their opinions upon the subjects now in agita
tion by the Extra Session of Congress, and
for other purposes.
A LL" Persons interested are hereby no
tified, that at the next Not, term of the
Pike County Court, I shall apply to said
Court, to be released from being any long
er Ouardian ol John Uouldesberrv.
J. G. SHIELDS.
August 21st, 1841. 8U
THE undersigned administrator of the
estate of Jacob Fry deceased, persuant to
an order of the County Court of Pike, at the
August term 1841; will proceed to sell on
the first day of the next term of the circuit
court of said county, being the 27th of Sep
tember at the Court House door in Bow
ling Green, the following tract of land, lying
on Buffalo Creek. Viz: the west half of the
North Eastquartes of Sect. no. 25 Town
ship no. 53 Range no. 2 West Said tract
containing 80 acres, of which I shall sell all,
or as much thereof as will pay the debts re
maining unpaid,nf said estate.
WILLIAM G. GOOCH Adm'r.
August 1 1, 1841 41.
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holar owes to his country, and the
NOTICE it hereby given, that the nndertigeed
ha obtained from tbe Clerk of the County
Court of Pike county, letters of Administration
upon the Kit ate of II. Branstetter, deceased, bearing
date tbe 20th day of Jane 1841. All persons bav
ins; claims against said estate, are requested to exhib
it tbem in one year from the date of said letters for
allowance, or tbey may be preclnded from any benefit
of said estate; and if tach claims are not presented
within three years from the date of said letters, tbey
will be forever barred.
July 3, 1'-
THE LECTURES in tiit Institution, commence,
at usual, on the first Monday in November, and tU'ie
on Me last dag of February.
THE FACULTY CONSISTS OF
Br.sj. W. Duolev, M- D , Pro, of Anatomy and
Surgery. Jakc M. Blsii, M. D. Adjunct Profet
tor of do. James C. Clous, M. V. Profeaor
of Institutes and Medical Jurisprudence. Klisha
HAaTLETT. M. D., Profettor of Theory and Prac
tice. W. II. Richabdso, M. D., Profettor ot
Obstetrics It Disease t of If'omea and Children.
Tn os. D. Mitchell, M. D. Profettor of Materia
Mcdiea and neraptutics. Rosest Petes, M. V..
Professor of (jtiemistiy and Pharmacy.
The cost of a full Course of Lectures, it $105,
payable in a J inner, in notes of good and solvent
Bnnki of the States whence the pupils come. The
Matriculation and Library ticket it $5, and tbe
Directing ticket $10. Graduation Fee, $20.
Hoarding- and Lodging, (fuel and lights included,)
from $2,50 to $3 per week.
THOMAS D. MITCHELL,
Dean of Faculty.
Lexington. Ky -, June I, 14 1.
MOTICE it hereby given that the underlined
has taken out letters of Administration on the
estate of Francis Gilmore, deceased from the Tike
County Court, bearing date tne ISftb of June 141:
All persons, therefore, who base any claims against the
rotate of said deceased, are required to exhibit the
same duly authenticated for allowance, within one
year from the date of said letters, or thev maybe
precluded from havinr any benefit of aiil ette. anH
if uch claim" are not presented within three tear
they will be forever barred.
SILAS RHEA, Adm'r.
June 17th, 141 .It.
Cards of all kinds,
" Deed, Mortgn.gr,
" Bill of Exchange
Horv, and BILLS. Clerk's, and BLANKS.
(land J Justice' )
FANCY AND ORVAMENTAL PRINTING
Will be done expeditiously on reasonable terms at the
SALT RIVER JOURJfAL OFFICE
4 LL persons are hereby forewarned
from trading or crediting my wife Lu
cinda on any account as I am resolved not to
Eay any of her contracts, as she has left ray
ed and board without a just provocation.
She left on Friday the 2 lib of July 1841.
JAMES 11. KAY.
LETTERS of administration have been
granted to the undersigned, by the Clerk
ol the CountT Court of Tike county, on
the Estate of Andrew A. Love decea
sed, bearing date the Cth day of May,
A. D. 1841. All persons having claims
against said Estate, are required to exhibit
them for allowance to me within one year
after the date of said letters or they may be
precluded from any benefit of said Estate,
and it such claims be not exnionea wunia
three years from the date of said letters they
-will be forever bared.
JAMES O. KINNEY Adm'r,
July 3, 1 8 II. -4 1.
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-. TRUSTEE'S SALE.
rllllf,r0 TV virtue f a deed of Trust to me Executed by
" - Thoa. Palmer, for the benefit of W. tt D.Smith,
sod Co. I will sell to the highest biddsr in the Town of
sitfM r ii r - . s a t t v a I ... " ....
ravic isiianu winter session, oi me Aaniey r emaiePaynesvilIe, sn lbs 4 th af Sept, next Tor casta in hand,
Seminary will commence on tbe first Monday the following Described property, situated in said Town
tn September and continue six months- (jz:) Rlnck No. 8 containing 8 Lola, also 4 Lots in
Terns of tuition of follows: Block No. 5 Lots No. 2G 27 38 39 and 29, in Block
Fine nesdle work, 82.00 No. 3. Lot IS. in Block No 9. Lots No. 58 59 and
Orthography, Reading, Writing, Geography, 60, in Block Ns. 6, also the South half of Lot No. 9
6,75.1" woes, no. 3, aiso nvo acres ot iana aaoining ssia
Town, on the East also one tract of land lying on
3,50 the waters of Pig and Little Kamsey Creek's, described
. as follows the N. W. fractional quarter of section 15,.
.5,00 Township 53 North of Range 1 East of the 5tb prnci
6.00 Pl meridian cents mine 157 3-3 acres.
half! A. F""EY. Trustee.
and Emrlish Grammar.
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modern Chemistry, and Rhetoric,
Mental and Moral, Philosophy, Logic Alge
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Mapping and Painting ...
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L. STODDARD. .
M. F. MITCHEL. ( In"'
N B. Board can be obtained in town on reasonable
July U, 1841.-4).
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GEO. R. GRAHAM.
S. W. corner 3d & Chesnut stsM rhiPa.
A. F. TKA1NKK, has tbe pleasure to announce
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country, that be will continue the above business oaa
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: A. F. T.
May 22ud-lf. .
County of Lincoln, i
In tbe Circuit Court for July Term, A. D.
John Baird, William Baiid, David"
Baird, Gabriel Reed and Mary his
wile, late Mary Haird, and JIc-
Kinly Hays and- Sarah bis wife,
late Sarah Baird. Petitioners.
John Baird, Samuel Baird Jr.
and Sarah, William, Samuel, John !
Francis, Abolcm,and James llayt
children of Elisabeth Hays, late
Elizabeth Baird dercaied. De.
fflhe atKve named petitioners having by Uutir At
X tornV no the loth da of May A. O. 1841.
Sled in th s-ffice of the Clerk of the Circuit Coast
of the Cotinty and State aforesaid, their petitieaV
praying for the partition of the following described
Lreal ettate of Samuel Baird, late of said county da-
ccated. (to wit.) 1 be iVorth Weit fourth of section
No. 17 Township No. 51. Range two West, contain
ing one hundred and sixty acres alio the wet half
of the north east quarter of section No. 17 Township
No. 51. Range two weit containing 75 acres, and
also the North East quarter of the North East quar
ter of section No. 17, in Township No. 51, Rante
two west, containing forty acre, all in the county
aforesaid. And it appearing on affidavit 6 led with
said petition, that John Baird, and Samncl Baird jr.
two of the above named defendants are not residents
nf this state. It is therfore ordered that said non
resident defendants be notified that said petitioners
have filed their petition as aforesaid by a publication
of a copy of this order, ia some aewpaper published
nearest to this cuni.ty, nnre a werk fur eipht weeks
urceively before the neit term of aid Cireoit
l on.-t which will be brtun nr.d held at the Court I!ouse
in the town nf Trny in said county on the third Mon
day i:i July neit.
, Given under my hand and seal of office
). in vacation of said couit, 'his J 5th day of
, ' Julv, A. D. 1-41.
FRANCIS PARKER, Clerk
of Lincoln Circuit Court Mo.
. .1 1ST I f -:CKI V F.li end for sale. Doctor Cham
piona vegetable ague medicine, a safe snd certain curs,
for Chills and Fever in all its complicated forms, aad
is an effectual remedy for fevers of every description,
slo Doctor Cs vegetables anlibilliou. anlidispeptie,
purifying and cathartic pills, a valuable medicine. A
pamphlet containing certificates ei cures and directions
for using accompany each bos.
TIIOS. S. WATERS.
June 5lli liil. U.
THE subscriber would inform the Tobacco growers
of this and the a !j.-inin counties, that be will
ire the liii:l-t en-h prices fur Tobacco delivered in
s-oil urilrr to him at his manufactory in the town of
Prairieville. He constantly krep on hand alio,
inarufacliirt-d t tbnero of the best quality which bo
will sell on accoiuwodatine terms at wholesale or re
tail. GEORGE W. THURMOND.
March iri run.
Circuit Court Cidr'. o:!ica Invocation 1,-Uune 1941.
STATE OK MISSOURI
Now at this day conies Will. am Parish an heir
and legal representative of Henry Pariah deceased, aad
filed a petition in the office of the Clerk of tbe Cir
cuit Court in and for said county, praying that partition
pe made amongst the several beirs of said
deceased of the fullowinj tract of land (to wit:)
the South East quarter of section thirty in Township
forty-six. North in Range No. S West containing one
hundred and sixty acres, and it being shown to said
Clerk by affidavit, that said heirs are not residents of
this State. It is thereupon ordered by said Clerk, that
notice be given to Mary F Quesenberry, late Mary F'
Parish who intermarried with Achillts Quesenberry,
Martha Parish, John G. Parish and Thilip B. Pariah,
that said Petition has been filed and will be presented
to said Circuit Court at the Term of said Court, to be
held in and for said county on the first Monday in Oc
tober next, said notice to be given by the publication of
a copy of this order once a week for eight wrecks suc
cessive in some news paper printed in or nearest te
to the County of Montgomery aforesaid.
STATE OF MISSOURI, fgj.
I. Jacob L. Sharp. Clerk of th Circuit Court ia
and fur tbe county aforesaid, certify the foregoing to
be a true copy of tbe original order of Publication
in my Office.
, In witness whereof I have heretofore sat
seal, mv hand and affixed the seal of said Court at
v ' office ia the town of Danville, the 14th day
of June in the year of our Lord 1841.
JACOB L. SHARP, Clerk.
July 17, 16 II. -St.
August 14th 1841 4L
A. tt. BUCKNER,
ATTORN ET AND owiELIX)R AT UW,
AS removed his office, to a room t ieconj
story of the ftone uon-e.
i,i:aun oxe Tiiixr. at aiti.hr.
milK nndarstgned proposes to lostroel ejasa in
J the Art of PENMANSHIP at Bethlehem Mee
ting House, for the protracted term of fifteen days.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE is hereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existinr between the undersiened,
nudcrthe firm of CAMPBELL, CHILTON & Co..
was dissolved by mutual consent, on the first day of
January A. D. 1811, and tbe business of the said,
firm will be settled up by Campbell and Chilton.
PTlIIE undersighed administrator of the ei-
tsite of Evan S. Barley dee'd. lata
ol Pike county Mo., hereby gives notice to
all concerned, or in any way interested in
said estate, that the undersigned administra
tor will m ike n final settlement of the said
esl:ite at the next Nov. term of the coun
ty court of said county.
I). CAR LEY Adm'r
' Atijrust 21st. 1841. It.
IS Hereby given, that the undersigned, has tskee
out Letters of administration, with the willaoeeisd,
upon the Estate of Solomon Fisher deceased frost
the Clerk of the Tike County Court, bearing date
the 10th day of June 141; all persons having
claims against said estate are therefore notified to
nresent them fas altowanee. within one rear from IM
. t i . - i it . i. r i . e nrescus
aurm wnicn uma no win men m n nanus, ill i . . , , , l.,
. , . ww .u. in.i. -r ?-. I date of said letter, or thev may be precluded ttoi
I l,...fii .1 ..1.1. .nJ if ..I nmsshd ettl
" ... M. ,
in three vrars, will be forever baned.
JOHN K. FISHER, Adm'r.
ith the will annexe-!.
For terms &e. apply to Joshi's Ki qi-. or to
JOHN A. THOMAS.
'" ourt IS4I.-V