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more lor me!" nn.l indeed, a tear,; but not the r.mc he had or, the eve
.r., m,nrishal!e alTeCtipr.s in I King be-fine: and though 3r. 1. had
t r..t..i-A pms to ieunce!
Tlll.l till MllllH- - - J ' . . , . , i ,1
T-ears witness that the object to which; Mrs. Grimier found several bul.s,uid
it vearned is no more forgotten, wwja considerable rjuantity cd powder
hut she lias been dead for many, scattered over the floor of the renin
rnanv icng weary d-iys, months, (occupied by ,ei:-; also; a canister
year than she w as forgotten during! with several pounds in il. When
one hour of absence that came hke a ; Mr. Lwi was brought to the house,
r.HSing un.l between ua and ihe j he opened his shirt tioeotn, and said
Minshinc of her living her loving to Mrs. C..,"lear Madam, look a!
Slia jular Tale of a iafTncimli
We find in the North Aikanas,
new Liaper nublished in HatesViiie, j
ArT.., a communication stating souik
singular and not generally known j
tncts cunceirnnmh;f!iy!.ieii.H!sdea!'i -
ut Cit.t. (leurtra M. Lewis, iue ol
the io ri'jrsoiiS emt'l.neJ by the
S. Government to conduct tin? cele
brated Exj edition ol Lewi ami
Chtik. in exploiing the legion West
of the Rocky Mountains. The wii
tar is present a teacher in the
Cherokee Nation, and say that he
it personally acquainted with Ilia
rinumstances w iiic.h he relates.
Tl.- l-'-..A.IIfi..t-t O.wi-T il.ar ill .eV:ll-f
Ilia i'.i--., ... r -
ty or eighty persons, under
unce ft Lewis nnu Idatk, was com
tiieticeu in 1S03, or I 30-1, and roin
.leled in abcut thive years The
writer as that t'.ie remains of Capt.
Lewis are ''deposited in the South-j
west corner oJ Maury couiny, Ten- j
nesace, near G:inder"s old stand on!
the Xatchez trace, where Lawrence,
Jluviry,and Hickman counties co:n-!
rr together."' He visited the giavc
in 1838, found it almost concealed
ly brunches widiont a store or mon
umtnl of any kind, and several miles
fiom any house. An old tavern
:and known as Grinder's, once stood
near by, but washing since burned.
The writer gives the follow imr nar
rative of the incidents attending the
death of Capt. Lewis as he received
them from Mrs. Grinder, the lan. da
dy ol the hou-e where iie died in so
strange a manner.
She suid that Mr. Lewis was on
ids way to the city of Washington,
hccompanied by a Mr. i'yrua. and a
Tvant belonging to Major Neeiy.
One evening, a'ittie before sundown
Mr. Lew-s called at her ta.use and
iked for lodgings. Mr. Giindei
not being at !im:, fhu hesitated to
tuke him in. Mr. Irwis informed
i.erthat two other men wuuid be :.
long presentiy, who also wished to
upend the nigiit at her ho':e, and as
they were all -!!l 'in-n, he did
not thin!' there would i "
print' Hi g'Mt! them "c.cfmuioihi
ions lor the n'i:h'.. Mr. Lewis dis
mounted, ;ai-ned l is horsp, t.-n-k f
jieat by the side of the house. a;a
appeared pt;ite soeinble. In a few
imnutes, Mr. I'yrna and the s Tvant
rode up, and seeinc Mr. Lewi, t!ie
lso di.tiiii'jtsted, arid ut up llieii
hoiges. About lrh two or thiee
other men rode up rind called foi
lodging. Mr. Lewis immediately drew
r. biaceof pistols, stepped towards
ihem v.P.A e.h alienee d tiiem to fij.Mii a
due!. They not liking this saluta
tion, rode on to r.ext house, five
ruilrs. This al.trmed Mrs. Grinder
Supper, however, whs ready in a
few mir.utes. Mr. Lewis ate but lit
tle. Ha would strip eating and, sit
if in a deep tud, and several
times exclaimed. "If they do proe
i-uy tiling on me, tliey wi!!ha7' toco
it by letter." Supper being over,and
Mrs. Grimier seeing that Mr. Lewis
was mentally deranged, reque.-drd
Mr. l'yriia to get hm pistols from
him. Mr. 1'. replied, "he has iio amu
lotion, and if he does any mischief,
it will not Le to you or any body
eUe." In a short iime all retired to
ed, the travellers in one room, as
Mrs. G. thought, and she and hei
hildren in another. Two or three
hours before day, Mrs. G. was a
Urmed by the report of a pistol, and
quickiy after two other reports in
lli room where the travellers were.
At the report of the third, she heard
ome one fall and exclaim, K) Lord!
Congress relieve me!'' In a few
minutes she heard some person at
door of the room wheie she lav.
She inquired, "Who is there t" 'Mr.
Iwis spoke and said, "Dear mad
am, be so good as to give me a little
water." lieing afraid to open the
door, she did not give him any.
Presently she heard him fall, and
ioon after looking through a crack
in the wall, she saw him scrablitig a
cross the road on his hands and
After daylight, Mr. I'yrna and the
servant made their appearance, and it
appeared that they had not slept in
the house, but in the stable. Mr. 1
had on the clothes Mr. L. wore when
they came to Mrs. Grinder's the eve
ning before, and Mr. L's gold watch
m his pocekt. Mrs. G. nsked him
wnai ne was doing with Mr. L's
clothes on. Mr. 1. replied, "He
v'ure them '.o me.' Mr. 1 and the
servant searched for Mr. L., found
him nnd brought hlrr. .1,; i . 1
ir.I it.. i, . '
rlH.es, thevwer-eld A ,.,. .d
nia ii::it i-.ev.is
mv wounds." fcl:e .-.she;; mm wuai
do so. He rcpiicd. "II
i Iliad not (one i?, some body else
i would." lie fremieiihdy risked lor
I water, which was iiivcn to him. lie
was :i.-,kud il he would have a doc
tor sent fir, he answered no. A
messenger, however, was sent hu
.. - nc, but did ii"t ret him. He
templed t cut his throat, but was
pieve'r.ted. - - Some of l!ie neighbois
e:e called in. lie frequently ciied
out, "till how hard it is to die, I am
so stroiiL'.'' He, however, soon ex
pired Mr. 1'. buried him, and took
possession of his effects. Mrs. G.
heard that 1'yrnn went to Lewis"
mother, and that she accused him
of murdering her son; thai he fin ill v
cut lis own throat, and thus rut an
on. I In Y-jt.-.li.
! !:l iKC, savsr me w i nei, m 0111
men! on the above; it is all wr-ipt up
in mysteiy, 1 h.ne heard that Capt.
Claik, the worthy colleague of Capt.
Lewis, and others who were with
him in their lour, weie highly bundl
ed and handsomely rewarded by the
Government, While Lewis was neg
.i i .
lected. Kud that ibis had an effect to
be ti ne. are theie not vet souvt Iiv-
iiiC who are acquainted with th
ror hat is a r.Ioiher responsi
A motlier is uui'dv tie- head
and has t!ie manaeement of a famil
ur.d a direct infiuei.ce ever those
within her appropriate sphere. She.
in subordination of course to hei
head, has the sect of authority am
wields the sceptre nf rot eminent.
From a position ofrii;iie di pendente
she h:.s risen to power ai.d raiik;nni
though her tl'.roi'.e icay lie in a tot
ta-e and her dominion the little
wo! id. of hoiisihout a!''.:irs, vet is -.he
not the Ihs ri?;:!ly ie:;j.:'ii::i ile, tiiar
is that yuulhlul queen who now s.vav.-
;i sccptieotei Hie lour ipiartei s oi
tt:e eaiih. i'ut lor wi:at i ihe res-
;i ni-i! (e !
Sj.c is rerponsih'e I' r th niitin
ind rwiiii.1: o! her 0:0 i-rn : !or tin it
j'hioi-rd f..r. it .1. 1 .....1 iin.i
1 row'.!:; 'heir f .Ten-ise a'.d j rope
ii l's! I:t,f::e ;i: e u ! v
O A lil
menjie, ia an
I ject -d ii. a", nril
rfif is i i
j'.-; iiml, .!,!.
vers itio-j. e;
..n :!;!.' fur a child's hub
f!ea;i'.:iess, i i.ler, con
sit Cl-lii, l!ia!:t:ers.
ii J L'l'neia! prripriety
taught in these
particulars, wi'l pruve a living ni'intt
men; id' parent;:! disre:;ird; because,
venerafly sitr-ihin', a mother can, it
she will, (zreatly cnti'd chihiren in
She is res or.siMc fur their depart
ment. She can iiitike tlicm featful
cringinj;; she can make them rnodrsi
or irrij-eriinenl; ingenious or deceit
ful; me;iri ir manly; clownish or po
lite. The perm of all ti.esn things
is in childhor-d, and a mother cau
repressor brini; tiiem foith.
She is responsible for the princi
ples which l.er childter. ctitertuin in
her it is t:
whether those who forth from her
fireside shall be imbued with enti
nients of virtue, truth, hc-ior, honesty,
temperance, industry, benevolence
and morality, or those of a contrary
character vice, frr.r.d, drunkenness,
idleness, covetousness. These Inst,
will he found to be of the most natu-
, . i , ' , . i ,
ral prowth; but on her is devolved the
daily hourly t.iSK of Weeding her lit.
tie ParJen of erndicaiinr these odi-
i..!..: i : .i. . i. ..
" , ., b ' .
ma., neart vvun tne my, t ne rose ana
me amaranth, thai laiie esj low er,
.. . '.
emblem ol truth.
She is, ton very COtlsidcratlle ex-
tent, responsible lor the temper and
disposition 6f her children. CoriSli-
tuti.-n.illv thev may be violent, irri-jj
-,, - r i i r .
table, or revengeful; but for tne reg-
ulatton or correction o. these pas-
sions a mother is responsible
She is responsible for the intellec
tual acquirements of her chi'dren,
that is, she is bound to Jo w hat she
can for this object. Schools,' ncade
mies, and colleges open their portals
throughout our land; and every mo
ther is under heavy responsibilities
to see that her sons end daughters
have nil the benefits which these af
ford, and which their circumstancos
will permit them to enjoy. .
She is responsible for their teli-
gious education. The beginning of
all wisdom is the lear of God; and
this every mother mH teach. Rev
erence for God, acquaintance with
11'1. word- respect lor tlie Uul.es :,ud
inani es of religion, nre within the
I8". ll ' 'V Vm to .mptant;
nt to implant ;
it cn!iirn srrov
regardless of the Bible arid the Sa
vior, what mother, when she consid
ers thu wickedness of the human
heart, can expect thorn to rise up and
call her dlessod .' Mother's Journal.
I love the one who well can bear,
Misfortune's angry frown;
I love the soul that spurns despnir,
Though all its friends have Sotvn.
1 love the soul so nobly proud,
That misery cannot blight;
The soul that braves the jeering crowd
And sternly claims its jijht.
I love the one who siviriis t:i heftd,
Heii'rath aftlction's blast;
Who trusts in an Aladtjlitv Friend,
To s-joihe their wot S at Lt.
In RalU countv, Mo. on the 15lh itist.,
Mr. P. M. Pi buy, to Miss Eliza Jase
In Ralls county, Mo. on the 23d ult.
Mr. Abmitead M. Williams, to Miss
MlRV F. Gl!.L!!i.R.
In Paris, Monroe countv on the 8th
of Feb, 15, Doctor C. XV. FLANA-
OAIS, in the 39th year of his uge.
THE JSE550CnATIC BANNER,
Is rultti-died every Sntiinlny Morning,
at B'iv. lii'c-treeu, by
S. F. MURRAY & A. J. PICKENS.
Tirrusof the llaimcr.
For a single copy, in advance, $2 00,
if not in advance but during the year,
ilJ 50, if after the expiration of the
j ear, $3 00. For a club of Six subscri
bers, in advance, $10. For Ten sub
scribers, in advance, IT) 00.
pt'Al! letters to the Editors, by
mail, iuU!tt be tost i-aid.
Hales ol AH crtiaiog.
Jj' For ot.e k-'janie i.f Cfteeli line
or uuder, or.e ili'-elticn, 75 cents, for
each siibsequeld inserlinli, 3M cents.
A lil.or .l ,!...', ,.-:nn imU.. ,.A.
. :. I. ,.
vertismir l v the year.
, T , . . ,
43-A..rMsemem ot marea wnn
me number fci mserilons rejuireu. win
Le cuntlliUeJ until otaeruite ordered.
NOTICE TO SUllDEHS!
J. ent fi-r tl. budding of a Mathodiat E-jiitcul-al
I i -r.:S, in lf.. lor. of Clark. Til'f,
"!o., rnw rr i.rei i rcc-iva propnV.a for
ihe hi:ild:nr of :'.e .::;- T ..- -
iO hy il'j I. lafnt fro-n floor to caihnf;
'.ih.laa'.iaily iVj-i i-u. rtiher hoar lad, lathud
ji,d jituviii-it, n .' ji'.ib! founiittlion and un
derp:niitj; w.tli lh:oo row of seat and pjtj-it,
and -s;iili- l'iriiiip!;ott, at! mutoria!, tirr.iar,
roc!;, !cni fc. lo Le I'-iriuahed by tiia run.
ruclnr, ami lo Lo a-iivcrod cerei.lcta to ih
Irnntaia bj the li t t .-" lri:i!nr nexi-
All prn;nU tmit b ferwardud to run t4
the lolh of .'arch; at which time, ihsy will
I'lhiuilO'd to liie ho.ird of truateea '. be art'd
uj.-in. For forlrier parln-uler rnuirfj of li.
ur.deringni-o at I "hirr-'viito Ma.
Fhuary2Sd 1p4S, 4.
PIKE ( I Li-'. IT i'Vti T, IN VACATION-
If in l iLruary, 145.
I'lli l CI:",-, 1
Imac i.re.l und ."-all) hii
wi!r. Eve W illiniui, t briiti-
i.a (Juoi'iiiHii, f7aty J-niith, I .... -.,
i i v. ii il. . i- i rehlmr. t.
...... T,.k;,. i-.-t.v v.r. I l";'
kit wile; the li-'is ef J.ihu
t'ollop. flt-cra-eJ. and the ua
known heiri of Itchecd Col-
AMI .iw at tri tay plr-.tilf, !
A. H. lii.rtiK-i, '.; uttorn'-, Cie i.
-etition for a partitir-n end d;vition of the
follow inirde.crihml rer.l etate,liu; in laid
county of Pike, via: a 111 of Laud luppoi
ed to uautiiiu two acri, on which ii lituu
ted a mill; lii.-iiij a pnrt of the usrth writ
I ' of louth e-t 1 4 of action 10, town
itiij, .1!, iioith rnege ii weit, and lyinf i-n
thf imilh side of suid lot of land "d niar
the middle of a;l o-j:h lis:", ud Lojudi-d
Hi follow,: beeihliirp al a white oak on the
...... j . r ... i ; .1... .. r ku
,-iUin Hilar Ul nor.-i uuivir, on ii.t- .u '
, .off ,n(1 l!U jng ,()OIlt ,,0 yHrJi to .
J g; tree, thei.ee wet to an eim, on the i.orth
side f cuivrr, theme .outh to a red oak, on
. i.. ...... i. .;.i. ..r ....: Hn.l i....i- Mki ... :
I k..;. .1 fm,.. ;.!
, - - i " - -- - ;-
' ;, ... .... , c ... ... , , P- ,,,
that the said I aty Smith, Slicl.uel Pickle
and llct.y his wife, Tohiai Pickle ai.d Mryi
; hi, wife, tne heiri of JahnCollnp, decenwd)
and the unknown heiri of llarbaia Collop,
' deeraM.d, are nn-iriideiiUi.f thii State. It
"T""" T'T' tt,;iU,Ky T'A
the li!c;in of laid petilmn ; and thut uiilrm
tl,ry bt ,rd ,pW,r nt llr nclt Te,u of tllil
COi,i. to be hnun and held at the court
bouie, in tiowlin Green, within and far
iiid county of f ke, on the rrcond M mi
ll., y of April next, and plead witMu tha
time nllown! for that purpoir, judgment, hy
default, w ill be rendered ngaint them ; and
ordered that notice he giren by publicntiou
ef thi order in ron e ni-wipaper in thii
county, for eight werki iiiccenirely.
STATE O F MISSOURI. J
County of Pike, $
I, Simeon P. Rohiin-on, Cleik of the Cir
cuit Court, for mid county, certify thai the
foregoing ii a true copy of the ordor.
. WITNESS my hand and official
i Sea'- (leal. Ione at oSre in liowlin;
' (in en. in nid county of Pike,
fiiis the loth day of I'ehiaary . H-25.
S. P. ROBINSON, Cleik.
February 22. 1645 Hn4r
8E0RSE W. 8UC K HER
ATTiil!M-:V AT LAW,
no'f.'.vf; cuke.k, mo
Administrators Sale of
JY ORDER of the County Court of
Tike County, made at the r ebruary
term 1S45, the undersigned Adminis
trator's of the Estate of Samuel Lavson
deceased, will oiler for sale, at public
auction, on a credit of 12 mouths before
the Court House door, in the Town of
Bowling-Green, on the third day of the
ensuintr term of the Circuit Court for
said County, & during the session of ;
said Uourt, the IN orth i-it quarter 01
section 22, in Township 52, North of
Range one East of the fifth principal
meridian, containing lfiSitixty -two hun
dredths acres more or less, belr.nring to
the Estate of said deceased. The pur
chaser will be required to pive bond
w ith approved security fur the pavmviit
of the purchase money.
J. 11. HUGHES, , , ,
W. W. W. WATTS, S 5
Fbrurary 15th, 1845. 43
TUS 3UOROVOH ttRED JACZ.
HAVINi; purciiaK( i largo ami thorough
. Lrd Jaeit fur Iho purpone of impror.
nig lli t-tuek in this Miction of the otutc,
brt'cder Att rohpnctfully icqiietti-d lo til
and examine tor themtelves.
Ho will stand the ennuing sea on at my
farm, four miles south ear.l of Ilewling-tireca.
For further particular, see hand lulls in dn
Fchuaiy 15-h, i?- i.
PIKE rlKCUT t'OUKT, IN VACA
TION, l.Slh Febrniiry, l-IO.
Kucl.i-I 'X iind other,) . .. ,
I letitioii fjr
jHtk-on Poor and other',) partition
HIS day the I'liintiffs ly Aylr-tt H
Huckuer, tiicir Attorney, fiie their pe.
titinn for a partition mid diriiiui of the
foll.iwinj deirrihi.il real e.tuti.-, l'nig hi
ai'l connly of Pike, via: The whole ol
ectiun 14 in 1 . :t'i .. K. J K., ronlaiuiny
I'uiiiO en eighty-five onn hiiiidicdtt. nen-,
the N. K. fnn ti.ni.il 1-1, lection 15, Mine
townchip and rnne, contuiiiinT four nine-
ty-fne one tniiidreilth acre, the raft hall
nnrt!i e:it and sonth cat In ctionul
vection till, contniiiin fil'lv-one pevenhun-
diedtht Here the well 1-Miiith wet and
part of imilh ea-t fractional 1-4, lection
coatniiiing ei(rhthy-ix thirty hna
! ''"-"dtln arres the ea-t 1-2 routh v.r.t fiac
tiaI 1-4 ec?ien 2:1 rimtaimna; ,3 fixty
: hundredth. nrre II;" whole of irrtion 24,
... ,.. , ,
'-ofitiiriini; tiity three hniulredtli
,B ll;,rth f frMCti. action 85.
rl,tr.i,..ii,(r 127 .w-ntv-threc hundredth
'ui the north ent fr.ietiuiial 14 of ec
; tnoi Jti, ben.r wet ol the .'ii-pii river,
! rimtninim; 1U 1 fi:tjr three hundredth acre
Ihrtolith --l and thr wrt 1-2 fnth
'nt frnrtiouul rection Jti. con tai nine
liJ t-rer.tv five hundredth ncte3 the
.e-t 1 2eoi"-h went 1-1 n ctimi 0, contain
!. hoitk I 1 ftitctlonnl 1 4
i rlion Jlfi, contnifting 11 thirty eight hun
itrfittt; urre, and a part of fractional cc
tio:i .", eoiiliiieine 4f f ftT hiindrrdtle
i.ci-., nil in niue range i:mt townshi , and
It..- -i-t half of the north we-t I'rnctiona)
1,11-rlir rection lo, town-liip .ri2, north
r;n:ri 2 east, cent fining thirty -four seven-
r y ii.nr ntiniireillh acre; Rinl it a;irarin(!
fiuiii :iiil petition irli.l the mTnlavit thereto
ttachi-d, that J.i kon Poor nnd Thoma
!. r. two of the nhove named di-fcnilnnti.
..'- rron-reiidcntt of thii State; it i Uiere
fore ordered that the raid defendants. Jack
r!i Poor inn! Thoinat Poor, be notified of
- the tiling of uid petition, anil that ur.Ies
; they uppcar at tho next April term of thi
i court, to Le be-un and t eld nt t!ie Court
j Ho"'-, in Bowline (Jreen, within and for
:iid icimty of Tike, on tue lecotid .Vor-.
j day of .tjpril ne.t, and plead within the
time nllowcd for t hut purpore, iuiU'tnent,
I by di-lVuit, will he rendered acaintt them.
ar,d lliat notice be given, bv puhlica
, tion of thir order in tow) newtpnprr pub-
ii-hfn in tin couatr, lor t-ilit wre siic-
StATC MISSOURI, J 5
Ciiimty of Pike, """
I, Simeon r. ISubinann, clerH el the
Circuit Court for laid county, certify Hint
tin n.-reeoiiie n a true cony nt the order
Vt I l.r.S rny hand npd iral
i SEAL. -if
olhce. Do.-.e ut nhice
Oowlinir tJrern, in said conrty
of Pike, thi the IStli day of
S. I . ROBINSON, Clerk.
Fi-ninnry loth, 1545. c-.t
COUNTY COURT ORDERS.
STATE OK MISSOURI,),
County of Pike, '
Ftirurtry Tinn, 1845.
1YJ A T HAN VANNOY, AdmimMrator ol
J- v the ei-tute of Iiiinmhrev R. Vannov.
dice and, romc and fi'ca hia petition for
, f!,:,. uf ,P mtI c.ut. (l w ,ll!CPVCll(
which ii acr.onipanicd with the account,
li-ts ii i;tl inn n.torirs, requirrj. by law, tho
whole verified by the affidavit of aid A.l
ii.ii.i tri.tioi; it i therefore onlereil taat all
persons iiiterritod jniaideitate be notilied
nfriiid petition, and that nnlei the contrary
be hown on or before the firnt day of the
n.ixtterni of this rqurt, an order will be
made for the de of the real eitate ofaaid
deceased, or o m h thereof ai will be mf
feaent to pay tho debt againt laid eitate,
and ordered that a copy thereof be pub
li'hrd for lis weeki. in lome nawipoper in
A true rnpy from tho record of iai.1 court.
Teite A. II. BUCKNER Clerk.
February loth, 1-45. flw3.
STATE OK MISSOURI,
County of Fike,
Fike county court, February Term 1845,
IT ia ordered by the court that all persona
in arraar to the towrmhip trhool Fund of
said county, for interc M up to the 3t of I)
cemter lart bo notified that on!ei-a the aamo
b paid I o the Treasurer by th thirteenth day
of March next, uit will bo inatiluted to the
enaninfr term of the circuit enurt, for the
collection of both pnncipal and interest, and
that n mice lie gircn to the borrowers of aaid
funda, by publication of t hi order for four
week in the two ncwtpaj.ers pabli.hed inthi
A Irno ropy from lb record
Tie A H bt't'KKF.E, CleA.
Frhrnarr Jel-'. 4w3.
STAE OF MISSOURI, 1 .
County of Pike, J
rike court j romt, FebruniT Term, I;-J3.
ET i I'nicreit bj the court tliht nil rer
soin inilehleil to tli Komi nnd final
funi) of o'il ccimly. In: ixitiCttl to pnv the
iiitrtit iluo on their nomI f.ir onn year iu-,--cnehiii"
thin ifati? tu tlie TrenkOrer on et lie
fore the Ihirteebth of M;trch hex', nnj that
all interest in arreiir fur luuie tli;i on jeai
if rcquiied cither lo bo pid r tlip Ijonil- nf
tlie borrower' iwfmil with ronct and suf
ficient tcontilv, uuil i.i rae of defunlt in
tlie :ir:iient of intei,-;f i,r in renewing tiitir
bon.U, iiicluiiiiii; ii.te.-e.-t ibie fur more lliua
vear, uit will in ill! rites he itMtitiltril
tur ttit f-oIlri-ti(Ti, of biitti priitrifilo ami in
Uie l, m.i! that nuiii.e l,e irivpii, bjr publk i,
tiiei (if ll.is onl.'r fir futir HCel in hoth of
It r in v.-j.i;;er .n!i)i.;,ril iii tlii; rointv .
A Iruei epY fioru ti e r.'eiiril .
Te-t;- ' A. II. Ft'f-KXKR, Oil:,
irlifiiniy 1 fit Ii , ItITi. t'v:!.
SJky.Vn(.'K is hereby ;.-iven that the an
SS dcrnii.iicil has taken out Idler of Ad
luiniatiatiuii on tin- estnt-: of Henry
("(.l!e;i, iliteea'eil, late of Pike County,
Mis'oun, henrioie date the 3wh day l
Oct. 1S11. All person, therefore, in
debted to the estate of "aid decerned, nre rt
iiieitijil to WHke immediate payment; nod
1! purnoii' liAvin claim ngninut tt.d estate
are riineteil to exhibit them properly id-tbi-uticated,
within one year from the date
of auid letters, or they jny Ifc prccluiled
from having any . heueot of (aid estate, ami
if.ai.1 claim are tot presehled within three CliUrse lhev must and will exert O-vear-i,
they will be forever barred I . , ,. ,
ittpb rni i op j.tn.'r I vrr tne Kreat Indian population, t s-
PETER COLLOP, Ad nV
Eebrnaey lOth, 1?45.
Sale of Slaves.
B91HE uuderighned, a Administrator r f
ir.e e.siaie oi jvnpoieon i. irinnne.
deCeuied, and John M. Triuihlo i!rcraie.l.
will -ell at pnhlic auction, in the town ef
Loui.iana, on a credit of twelve month, on
the i)lt of Man h, next, f-ur neirro lavea
belnneing to aid etate; roRcitt-'i'ii of two
wmuen, and children. Ltond with f-ond tft
curity will be required, for the pitvaient of
the purchase mouey, and de.'ii'-ticn ol tea
per t'rnt will b made for c.n-h.
A. J. TRIMBLE, Adia'r.
E-tateolN. B. Trimble d. xJ, and
Join M. Trimble dec'il.
Feb. Hi, IS47.
Wholesale anil llelail DftiL't in
Drugs. Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-
htutts, 1'erfumery, V indow-ulass,
and Surgeons' Instruments,
Ko. 5, Main Street,
St. Louis, Mo.
2JA11 articles i our line of busi
ness will Le sole: at the very lowest Cash
prices. In exchange, will be tajien
Beeswax, Ginseng, and Wheat.
Jan. 31,1845. Gml
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will promptly attend tv all btisine
intrusted to his care.
Fcby 1st. 1845.
r'pHREE Lots in Bowling Green,
with comfortable buildings Ihereon,
and several tracts cf l,and near 'die tov n
upon a credit of one and twe years.
For further information enquire at the
30th January. 1S45. 1
THE CHEROKEE ADVOCATE.
Thf Ciikuokkk X.tr-is-
TOR. Wll.LMM Rns, El-r.Olt.
1HE above is the title of a news
p.iper, published at Ta!ii.i. ,u-..ii.
Cfti-roMc nation, the first nuii.bwr of
which was issued about the middle of
The object of the coitnei! ( f 'lu
nation, in providing for the publica
tion of the Cherokee Advocate, is- the
phyireal, mora! and intellectual im-
rrovemcnt of theCberokee people.
t will be devoted to ihese ends :-nd
to the dsfence of those lights recog
nized as belonging to then; in treaties
legally made, at different limes with
the United States, and of such meas
ures as seem best calculated t se
cure their peace and happiness, pro
mote iheir prosperity, and elevate
their character as a diftinct commu
nity. fn commencing nnd sustaining a
public journal in the nation, its suc
cess must depend very much upon
the kind feelings, liberality and pat
ronage of the citizens of the United
States. Among them we nre assur
ed there exists generally a desire thai
the Indians should be dealt w ith up
on just aim uuerai principles, a live-
ly sympathy in their cheoucreil ;-
reer, and a deep intrest in their char-j
........ .. . . J : . : 1 J.....:.. . . 1
a.-iti, iuuuiuii nun uesiiuy. itrrtor
anee of their condition, opinions, and
claims, has been to them a fountain
of many wrongs: a fountain from
which they have been forced to drink
many bitter draughts.
From this cause, measures of poli
cy ih themselves unjust, and hiy.hly
destructive to their peace and pr.'g
pecls, have been .onceived and per
sisted in to their accomplishments,
with singular pertinacity, by those
from whom they have a right lo ex
pect and claim protection. It will
therefore, be the aim of those having
charge of the Advocate, to onlighten
public sentiment, as far as possible.
S5 to the frrlmijs, w ishes ard proper
expectations of ihe Chernfcces.
And while it is intended to inal,c
the paper ni!i-r,nl in its one ard
charaoter. ahstainin;: from all p.-uti-zan:iip
in t h intertm! p"li!it ot tjift
nation, it w id r.evertheh s le oprh
to full but courtcTits disciisi.ms f
any mewsnres -i" policy r-n tl:e part of
the United State, which toflch uje n
or effect the rfuhts nnd inteirsts. not
only of the Chero'ires, luit als of
their red brethren.
In making rm appeal to the citizens
of the United Stales for their friend
ly aid in the under taking, e fell sap.
cnine lhai it i!J not he in vmn.
The Iti'totv f the Indian tribe?,
l.nt a.1.1 pecialiy thai of tlc Cher
..ket . is n j lelo incidei'it at
.. tic.- s:nr.if: ;n d commanding. The
mystei.y tLi shrouds iheir oripin,
their f'-'. ;; uliki character, iheir
matiiv !: T.;da.. tfieir firiii adh.erence
to il..-ir n-uiuril and j-olilic.il rights,
their f'-nii icti chimnt to their horaes,
the i.i::i r-'I thfir fora-fathers.
then nitV.-. losionlrom those homes.
th k f!i-.hiv-it transition tnnti Mva:ei
t'V-!vi:!.i-d life, their rapid itnprovtr
n i 'ii I'liiicHlicii, ri;ricuiture tnd
tre doji.e:ic aMii. their present ton
dith n. Hid the influence which, from
i their I.M-ation. fiieRrishiD and inter-
ending north nnd
snuth alon'J the
whole western lenders of ihe United
States, and back to the .Joc!:y Moon-
t.ting, cannot f iti to tohirutie a lively
interest in the breast of the philan
cirripist, awaken a general thirst for
more familiarity with them, rnd a-
rmise "their protectors'' to the im
portant, l.ct often apparently f rgot
lon fact, that they have no triflin-g
dtilv toperiorm towards Uii? people.
Tim Cherokee Advocate will be
printed on an imperial sheet, with
new tvpr, both English and Chero
kee, once every week, at .y3 per an
num, pavable in advice. And to
those subscribers, vvb read only the
Cherokee language, at S- per annum,
Chei oice Nation. Sept.. 1 H44.
WILLIAM i RO-'f?.
OK THI . .
rultished it. Boviinf'Grtm, Jh.
In fckiag charge of the editorial de-
pnrlraent of the "Eanner," we deem
it a duty which we owe to She pubSc,
to jivc an outline of the policy by
which we shall be governed. Demo
crats from childhood, we shall advocate
j the principles of ot:r party, not because.
w e now see tnem triumphant and victo
rious; but because, we believe rhem pe
ca'.iir'.y adApted ta tlie genius of our In
stitutions; and necessary for the perpe
tuity of our Republican government.
In a spirit of manly candor we shall
oppose wlict we deem the political here
sies of our opponents; but we (dial) nev
er descend to low ami persooftl abu- cf
We believe a National Bank unconsti
tutional and inexpedient; and at this time
indeed an "oltoleic i'tiVd.'" We shall
steadily and firmly contend for the re
duction of the TarifFto the Compromise
cf 1S32, believing the present cdions
act peculiarly unjust and unequal in its
bearing upon the different portions of
the confederacy. States-rfcht po!Tti
cians in ll'.e strictest sense of the term,
we shall unceasingly war jgainst the
Distribution act, the Assumption of the
State debts, and every other new-fanat'ed
notion having for its object the creation
among the Si.ites of a fealing of depend
ence upon the ( Jeneral government. A
plain, democratic, economical form of
government, is what we wish to see;
and we shall contend fcr (he exercise by
the Slates of all the rights and powers
nut clearly delegated by t!ie:a throtrh
the constitution to the General govern
ment. - In advance we sny that we shall Le
the advocates of measures, and not of
men; bat we are free to tonfes that we
ever regarded James' K. Polk as
a fit expoiir nt cf (lemocratfc principles;
and shall cheerf.dly jive. our feeble sup
port to his favorite measures: the Inde
pendent Treasury, the regulation cf the
T.irifT, the oei apti.'u of the Oregon, and
lasf, thoiigh nut le4r, the imrr.ctli.de an
nexation of Texas.
In our own .Slate -ve arc aware, that
disccrd ha pervaded our ranks; but we
regard it more r.s the ofi'sirin- of per-
sonal predilection and prejudice, than
I 1 . 1 : n ' 1- 1 m
any real di0erer.ee of principle. Tke
union of our party entire, is our most
cherished wish. We are all brothers
advocating a common cause upon which
may depend ihe perpetuity of our insti
tutions. "Measures, not men; princi
ples, not expediency," is our motto; and
guided by that glorious motto, we sbsjll
endeavor to p-ir oil on the troubled
waves cf faction.
N. P. MINOR,
. S. F. MURRAY,
Ti-rms or the Baxszu. For a sin
gle copy, .1-12,00 iu advance, if not in od
vatice but during the year, $2 50, il af-,
tcr the expiration cl "the year, $3,00.
For a club of Six. subscribers in adw
vanre, !0 fr Ten xibenbers in tiki
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