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serious and subdue d lone
MI. who neua i ...... Vwieil4;,i so uuexpoc.edls ho." a
y man .hall hwUod bj e last lin-1 la,l. cell ...Id ti.e fears of an
He then paud until MW. :, ,, db.-th-.- revives
,1 t his Mi-..e--..;
a voice lm:ld';t:;ih;;i M4sn,H,!sh)tllll, nr..! sorrow to the pinnacle of
mid. the tiinhin,. ' , , hiii,;nes-;--or the advocate
il. 1 I. It'll l-.lliieLl Ml MlUOriO, i. o
he resumed m a '''' , . .
lin;Sue'in thr import; ti-v
V i . i lriir.! v a words on t. ll
, . murderer should ..tgo tuipun-
,l T,i the.- verv words im-
ilied-- the.. . ..,
5...)1; wci! and
,.!" l uiii.-h'i! by
(..rrn the c:il il.
death, -l.i i; a
a spark of divinity
Should w n I
,i ioi s ei!; il 1
n ..I uoi:. j
, ;. ooer.Cll
the mper ligh
v. i h. !; onui
lnni' I. veil w -on:
...... ii I .mi v i a !" t' Id
I : r.J II I'll f e
ill. .Oil Ol ; OIOllHI.
. . . . I - .. ...
should c i-onder il-.-q.ly nd
mnsidcr w'h' Iv ero wc c tidema t
,i-.-.ied f Me sl tr.ds helore us erect
I.Ti.v! heaven, hi
ia t!, likeness ol hi div'.ne creator.
,,n.l Lis mind a noilion ot t.oii iiKC in
t. ,c 1 . -, i-. 1 !.. Hunk a iic-
i . 1 ...... K ili. I HIS
ID" 1UUS CIL-aiCU vvv-'iii" .v.j.s.
lofty l.irthri-ht, and .!e-.-rade mmseh
i.enc-uth thelnutes thai ens!. it is
liard to ihir.!; a I. -in- thus .-ndowed
and thus b'esscd would tuin l .uohi
lit.-h destii. v to do a deed which hu
manity shudders to oonteu.j.late.--Atid
vet the rU.nei- at the bar i-cbain'-d
v.iili such a d-.-ed! Oh, i:
there is a doubt of l.is jiuilt, should
we not adtnit that doubt, and if there
is a hope otbis innoeen. e. sl.oold ve
not turn to that hope -fc let its bless
ed liu'ht lead us to mercy V
lie then proceeded to comment
iion that portion of the ev deuce
wliich la voted tiie belief ol the pris
oners innocence, lie made use ol
U, and placed every favorable cir.
oumstanee in the best possible lilit.
lie came at length U speak ol the
relatives! -f tlie accused of the
voun" wile, with the sweet and irust-
insi love of woman: with her depen- j
.lence tor comloi t, her hopes i mi
....,-. Ur i.i..ri' ili.n:'hl and dream
and wish centered in the one dear i
object whom she ha-1 chosen as her i
-.rotector. lie pictured the pleas-
ant home, the cheerful fireside, the ;
happy wile listening with smiling 1
face !r ibe sound of approaching
rteps. He described the change
that would come over t;.is scene, if
Ii who too 1 at "he bar of juslica
pleading for mercy houid be con.-
detuned. The wile's utter deso'a-
tioa of iurt; the destuiction ol her
cveiy joy ; the wreck and ruin f lu r
everv hope. The desolate home, the
darkened heal lb, the cense!ei iear
and the "!oi);ny accouiparnau eiit -t
lie cilied attention to the si-
ged parent, and then I
responded to the same emotions that
ihnili-d the hearts of ins auditors.
tVi'.h- v.- toucl.iuglv Mil feilin
did he paint the f.oiy love (d a ino -
thrr for l.pr Her suli'ei iti2 in
giving him hie; her lei.der and ur.tir
iu care ov er bis help! ss mlancy,
ber uriw. aiied watches by his cradle
I , ! iii bis iiouis d tii Li,ts, and her
b !y tea--i -i : , ir m Ics d -. s ol hea'-lh;
brr r.;iistani pr..irs lor his happi
ness and l..-r era -u less ailecliou
tve ci.aii-e. liicn In:
asked if j---were
'.o-.'d s;i.k to
f.e -'lev bans
in amy, and
.Ii j.rav eis nn. 1 Midi love mil io u, e loss oi in.r oiciui.i m.
v.. in; if, dc.'piie their sa-: ll, for instance, no deed has ever pi
.i.ce, their beloved cbjtci jsed to l!ic Stale from th! cobect or,
go down in ti.au.c and sui row to the cou! ol such .lee.!, in t:ip proper ol
crave. And then be conjnrtd.tliosc flee, they wi:l, in all probability, bold
wiiol.cMd him, by every gei.eious f that the negative propositi-in tlit-.v n
teeiitigcl their hearts, by every Lies-j upon the defendant is proven. And
sing they held dear, by every hal- .as the State can only a-s such title
lowed tie that bound them, paicr.ts, as is vested in her, the ptirch.i-'er has
wife, and child, to shut f.om their . onlv obtuined an equitable interest,
minds all belief of ti.e prisoner's ; and nr.: one than can be enforced in
jjuilt.. a court of law. There arc other ob-
When that thrilling speech was Ijection?. which, it may be safely ns
etuied, there was one deep drawn sumec1, will eventually .revent pur
breath (nun the multitude who had i chasets from reaping any advantage
ieen so Ion? almost motioiiles.s as! from titles deiived at Mich sties.
t-tatues, and then arose a tumult and
thunder of applause which shook the
Maiely building to i-s foundation.
Long continued and oft repeatdd
xvas that burst of admiration and tho
speaker bailed it us an omen of suc
cess. The trial went on; the prose
cuting attorney made his plea. He
poke ably and powerfully, but he
spoke to cars that heard him not. or
to hearts that had already decided a
gainst him. The Judge's charge was
favorable for the prisoner and the
jury retired amid faces bright with
the hopes of an acquittal. A lew
moments ef suspense passed, and
then the men upon whose lips hung
the fiat of life or death, returned a
verdict of not guilty!'' The shout
"f applause that pealed from the des
persing crowd told how satisfactori
ly that decision was received.
The prisoner was pressed in the
aims of bin delighted relatives; and
then tlie aged mother and the young
'wife and the bewildered acquitted
knelt, and with tears ofgrtitude call
ed down blessings upon him who had
exerted Iiiniatlf no nobly in their be-
I I . 1. In. A rx f tl Wt Will
; . ... ... , , ,
. ....... ,itt.llt exulted in :
;; 'reflecuoa of the g I deed u had
That c-vemn, tlx widow Mi l ne,
son cuimiRined together tig. n; c
,.,me i, wai ,,.,1,,0-eral ..v-
i ... i . .
;iini cneeness one, .mi
hd'tv ;,n. ;
w i-!i 'til the
of liie. As
".if .IV-I' ru linn . .iiii...
............ .....I ciirr. 'i:.nt.:i
('comforts and al.uioe-
lor me nioiuer, wiuum.iv .i-i. .
.1 . I i ....aL
to describes nor uiou'!Ji c noauvor i . ;
itiUK'ir.c tJeho'v i- v and trratitudc i
d:at revei!d in her be.ot. Sullies!
to s-'V her griefs were ail forgotten,
her "years uf care and anxietv, her.
countless tears, toils and troubles ail j
recompensed; more than recompen-j
ed bv h-r newly acq iiied biis.
And i.er son, her jjlurious child. ;
a'oriom !esite t::e .loubiftil pro-ni.'i
ot his si-rinc lime: had in t his ntn-;
bilious dreiuns and '"f'V aspirations!
been, that d;.v, alundaiitiy grati-l
lied I " I
After mMiy moments iudu'ence
of a liappinesi too deep for words)
the mother spake -5Sai I i e. t. ;nv !
dear boy. that the itianee of pi'.y and j
the t-ne n! s.-rn would be cl.a'ied
to i'io to..k of approval oud til.; word i
uf praise. t 11. is not the eXDerienr,-.
.f ibis d.iv proved thai 1 toi.i tl.ee
right f I
'It has indeed, devr thcr to j
th'-e 1 owe tins triumph, li.it for
thee and thy blessed counsel 1 .should I
have been a miserable wretch, des
pised by society and -tested by my
own heart. Thv excellent teach-j
iiigs have made me what 1 am, urn!
to thee my eternal gratitude, is due.
'Not so, inv son, no; to me but 'o
thv fu'dier in he.ivt n be all t!
awarded. Let us kneel
child, and pray for lit tin
bear this excess lj"."
Ladies I'ampaui. n.
;.!! il '.i
the L. S'.ii-
ui't, unoa the I a - !.. w :
"The ani iuk u; upon the v lir!. ,
i,i a Si.es id 's deed, under V.v , .
law of 1 C 13, in conve; ijig title to
;-,-jperty, having be-u coin. luded i:,
the U. S. Cucuit Court, yestcr.'-,-.
Judges Catron and Welis d.-livei.- i
separate opinions, agtceing. l.o-.vev
er, in their conclusion, up -l the
point which had been ruiaec. We
understand the c:U-.:t oi titn. decision
; to be, that a SheriffYdeed is prim-,
f.icie cviderc" of t. lie, as tiefl .re-1
by sti'.ute, and it dev. Ives i n the
party contcs'ir.it tie ri.t, to sow
that the Stale had no title vest-d i;i
her that w, u!d pass t.-.Ic tne tax
h.iin;' been paid, or th- existing I iw
not having been complied i h
'-Th- y further decided ih
matter in wh.-se name lan.U
, be assessed, tl.ev were f rope
scribed, snob sale and di ed vvi
t-ta!c to pass U leavinu tie par
to prove, 'ha
The objections to n Sh-rid"s dre.
i-.nilr.r tlii !:. .v. vvbie!:.
left to tl e
idun st ev
ioni id the Court ir.i.st be
tiirv, w il!, vvc suppose, it
: erv rae ot a siuular
I I . . .1.1 i C. I
a.- required by law, and Hie jury so
' believe front the absence of the re-
, : ...i:.,.. : .!,,. ...,.., '
a i.r.......K ... o- . ,
Court rd this State, inv.-lving the.
nine question, which - will be, e
suppose, determined at the tax term, j
4My dear husband,' said an nmia -
ble and witty wife to her truant lord,
one morning alter returning home at
a hire hour, somewhat the worse for
an evenings uis.sip.ni-..i, u"
think, really, that man nnd wife are
both one, as is sometimes said ? 'Cer -
trinly, my dear, how shall it be oth
erwise? Hut why ask the question.
'Because,' she replied, 'if that be
the fact, I am bound to express n y
regtet and ask your forgiveness lor.
beina imprudent last ni'bt. Pardon'
bein7 imprudent last ntiiht. Pardon
me this offence and I promise y u
. . i. i i. i
that 1 will never get in unit uy.iiii.
Ihe rebuke was eiieciuai.
HAKI) TO UNDERSTAND.
"Well, my lad that is small cm
vou are llocill:.,'
eP, sir, said the hoy, while he
continued IllS labor, "WC planted
''But it looks rather yellow."
"Yes, sir. wc ilanled the yellow
. . ,
kirn," relumed the boy. scratching
awnv the hnrd stony soil.
"But Idont believe you will have
more than h:t!f a crop," coniuifd
"No. Jir. we tibin'ed on share?,''
flowed .he hoy nd the stranger j
i ode off. !
LAI G II AND BE JIERRY.
BY P. C COtrsWORTHT.
I.atitrh, 1,-ugh and be merry
O, why should you sigh,
When sorrow is distant.
And pleasure, i nigh?
Whv lnneuih your spirits,
Why moisten your eyes.
When gladr.ess'atnl siinshii.e
Illumine the skies?
Laugh, langh and be marry,
And mock ot despair
With nature around you
A sunny face wear,
lie pleasant and cheerful,
Be active and bright,
And as the day war.eth
Sing, sing of delight.
Laugh, laugh and be merry
Look up in pure love,
From dust and from shadows,
To glory above.
Wi:!i Hope ia the bosom,
And faitii in the eye.
The clouds will all scatter
That darken the day.
Laugh, laiijh and be merry,
Wherever ye be
In summer and wilder,
On land or on sea;
He pleased and be thankful,
At home orabroail
For sunshine and gl.iddess.
Are smiles liotnjhe Lord,
Laugh, luitgh and bemerry,
'Tis fools who ate snd,
Wh i read not in Nature
'Tis wuc to beidad;
Who travel in sorrow,
Ia annui- h nn ! fear,
And s'-is j a th .ii- v.-,
l " "-"IT
La-;gh, h igh and be merry,
And si;ig as ye g ;
Ti.e hearts that are highest,
True hsppiuess know,
Hi'.h earth and with heaven,
A snnrv face wear.
Line. Taiiiih aid be nif rry,
And meclc at despair.
.An evM.iiioo i
,.ei ones the tol-
lowing aio'cdoti , at.d cr.iv.ly nver
thai several persons were witnesses
of the scene, in Saratoga. New York:
A ra'tsorn who I ad drank it little
too free'y. 'ell Irnrn n part of the
rait where f e was cnployeJ, end
Irowr.iru'. vvoen bis tiro
iff, ? iPil
beo 1 v .e t
I i n to 'be :
wr's s'ton,-, nnd tbe
eir- nrarlv x'-
.'ore. U'.e ti'it!
br. t! er' strength
i.'st'-d, ho wa a
V .is no, i. vM.i .i
io . t ai-i ir io.s i .u
. . I. -1.115
i:.,.n2on.--,,.i. n-.c.vT,t sv. KtK(til remises. Terms, one half in cash,
i t. ' T ies" words were stimu l r. i. : ... i
nnd his brother saved hislifj.
FlliR AT OSWEGO.
The ext. n dve f.uir.dary, &.C., ol
Messrs D Talcott fcSnn, in the vil
Ince of Oswego, was with thp great
er part of the contents, consumed by
fire on the 27th till. There were 5
different branches of business carried
nn there by ihe Mes-rs. Talcott,
with minor works incidental thereto.
The loss is between 10 an.! .$-14,000.
of which onlv A 3.000 was injured.
On the 17th, by Rev. W. Crockett,
Mr. Harrison Norton to Miss Marinda
b1 of Ui;i coiin(v ,
(jn Th.ir.duv eveninp, the 10th inst.,
by ,he rev Wiilinm Davis. Mr. Rufns
KaslilI (o Misg Nancy jrvine. al! of ,his
The Rev. J. W. Thomas, of the M.
( n. Church, w ill preach at the Court
House, m this place, on to-morrow al
1 t, . . .
In BulTilo township, in this county,
on the 19th of March, Mr. THOMAS
CUNNINGHAM, aged 52 years, 11
mouths, and 20 days.
: At the residence of her son-in-law s,
rjw;n Draper, in Louisiana, Mo., on
lhe jrj.j, ;Ilst ,( ifrs. MARTHA PET- j
TIBONL. consort of Lev PeUiboiie,
thisplacc. - , - '
i rjfcuth ii the inexorable law ol otir rta
ture, against its if.sideous approach no
: of forcsi ,u ca j
, ' 1 . , I
- shield us. But two weeks since Ihe.
(subjected this notice left herhoire with,
long cars of h.q.pincss n prospective;
without warning almost she lias been;
consigned to the tomb; teaching us by a ;
mournful example, of the uncertain ap-:
proach of death.
We know when moon' shall tfams, )
Whan suii.mer.birdii from far ahull cros the
Whcn autumn hupa shade, lings the gulden
! But who AittW load, us n hen to look for tlice
I.envC! ! vc their timo to fill.
And riowers to ivither ot die Norih winds
And ' .et-but ... i
Th'Mi hsst all ecuaons for ihino own, O! deali-
I lilt thine is u fountain f consolation.
' froni w hich all whose cup of happiness '
; is drained to the dregs of bitterness, will
idiink in the knowledge of another and i
' a happier world, where all the bright j
tttiu LiCMiitl till' ttjj Lai iuii? in sviii uc
.:c,t l ,... i
! 111 11" t
Let the tears uf the
lot Mrs. relatione be as a testament f:
her worth. . J. I
Saddles, Bridles, Mar
tinguls, Buggy and
Wagon Harness, Col
lar. Wi"on whins,
c Tl'-a ,n,l ..l! ;
f-uml in a Saddler shop
ALL of whi h the undersigned offers
, to the public, at his old stnnd in Louis-
i-na, made of materinls just laid in atSt.
, Louis, and at prices that cannot fail to
Miu loose -vno wisa 10 purcuase.
I Thankful to those who have heretofore
( encouraged him, the undersigned still
Holieits a share of public patronage in
I bis line; and if pood work and good ma-
(trials are to have any influence with
: purchasers he defies being Blocked.
O. C. TINKER.
,. . ,
April 19th, 1845. tf 12
BOOT & SliOH MAKi?
HE undersigned will l-ecp constant
ly on Im id at his shop in Louikiana,
1 a supply of Bujts and Shoes, made cf
i the best Eastern matetials. All work
from under Lis hands is warranted to
stand fast. His prices are as follows:
For Kin boots, - - $3.
wic uiwu. - -
" C;.ate fch'itsfrom $1 to 1,50.
All i.ter work made to order cheap-
- er than it can Le done in any other shop
in the countv. Camiibell & Watts, as
well as neynoius uury, in nownng
(reen, will be kept constantly supplied
with his work of every description.
D. L WALSWORTH.
April 16th, 1345- ly 12
Acres ol fi st rate bind, ly-
"v' in about one mile east ot
Ashley, and six miles south-ea3t of
' Bowling Green. The tract is remarka-
! 1 1 i .. k:. i. : . jt
. .- . ,. ,
j00j dwelliiic house, Barn, and other!
out hninM. Usii pslwn In inpcu inrmnn-
. fourth in two vears after contracted
1 for. Fur further particulars, apply to
' the subscriber on the premises.
AMOS M EN DEN II A LL.
April 19th 1845. 312
SPRING AM)" SUMMER
CLOTH I NG!
THE iiihirriher ha. jutt returned from the
city of New York, (and taken hi old
land, M h in "ticet,) with im entire new
itiLk of snttNG a. si'.MMER cloth
IN'fi. eoniprisine every aitie-le mually kept
in chitaing or f o r n i -1. in it toie. Ii yncxl,
am uil newi wera t-nucl.t far rs.il , and mnn
hImi lureil tinilr r f.i" own -tirecti in,Bxprc,!y
... , . r .-
1. ' tlo, rn.irkr!, 11. the lattt rik! mut fadi-
innahte ..3 le
Ilavni:l".rniri a ranne.-lion with n whole.
- lie dry iraoei. huti e in the city of N York,
eoauii-s tttiu to r.Aicc aiUanUKe4 ... Ihe nn.r
kut in buy ini; ii -nallv Uiw at unci ion. lln
rnn, Ihuiefo'. , contilently nre bnyar. of
rentty uiutle rloteing, that he not only cap,
hut will tell thr in clothini; not nnly a rheap
hut cheaper than any other otothiui; in ti.e
ity of St. I.iiuia. IJiiyeri ra invited to
cull and rxamino btfoie purchiitinic olf
weere. M. BUOWK.
Ko. S2 Main Street.
JMfOTK'K i hereby Jirtl thnt tho un
JkJ iler-urni'd hat taken out le'trri Tostii
iiienary, o.i the estate of William
Rrice, .U rease ?, Lite of P.ke County,
MiMonri, henrinir iUtp the 10th day of
Aii.il, 1"4 '. A II pertont, therefoie, in-
dohlril to the e-tate ol sufd deceased, am r-
oip.ieil Iii niiiKe i.nnieuuoe nai nipnt i urn
of.,,,; ,f.,K r!,. a ;,ust ;.l estate
I '- u ; :; :r !" v-' 'J "
- ! ''''' ',','.,!,! T,
: of Mial
hnvii.s any benefit ol" said estate, and
if ..id claim, ... mt I..ied wiii,iu tbree
years, they will be forever barred
1W"1:L PB,l'K' !
' pr Q
A TTURJfE Y AT LA W,
Auburn, Lincoln county, .Vo.
ILL attend to any business en
trusted to his enre in the coun
ties of Lincoln, Pike, Ralls, Montgome-
ry, Warren and St. Charles
April 19th, 1845. Iyl2
"fiHL snhsenber wishes to employ a
, "T VaMer.lor U'e Pre;eM l
and will pfy good wnes for one that
cab come well reeonmended. Call on
thp undf r.-ii'iied &t SnRnep.rhiiri. Pike
"' I. M. WEATIIERFORD.
April 19th, 1845. tf 12
Jin :tf i ncri'ii i ie-i iff nu inrrr-irjti
klsf tit thee-iiite of J unei Davt. Uecca-ed,
i . i i ii. c uti iL'iriiicvi win " yy'j m nis mil
P'iJuiir ion ul" the Couiitr Cort of I'ike
. nc mi iL-i7ii;iit;vi in is yftj m inw s; a. .
' '-untv J5Ii nuri fornfinHl l.itticuienlollii
r & .... , -,
A. J V) l. V.x
.Jp,ii l!hh 145. 4wV
Law Day, on tha 24th day of May,
in Louisiana, Mo.
April 11th, 1845. 11
i Lk 'hose iiavintr demands aeainst J
1 ot William ILTinsley,
sent their claims at the next countv court.
,.e:r :s a Drobabilitv that thev mav
, 0 s8nletl immediately,
j CHAS. BACON, Adm'r.
Anril 12th. 1845. tf 11
"XTOTICE in horQby given, that the
underpinned hti? ootnined of the
Clprk of the Countv Court Kails
Cn.,letters of Administration with the"
will annexed, on tho estate ot Leon-
Jaul Porter, deceased, bearing date
the lain .uarcti, ima.
All persons hnvinz claims a
vainst said estate, are requested to
exhibit them properly authenticated,
within one year from the date of said
letters, r they may be' precluded
(mm having Hny benefit of said es
tate, nnd if not exhibited within three
ernrj.tbev will be frrevei barred.
JAMES BUFORD, Adm'r.
April J2:rt. 184-L 3wll.
List of Letters,
i KMAIMNRintbe Fot.olE,-e at Bc.w
I Hi lln,; foe. is. Mo.,ou the 31-t. 6; of
I A.il. tsli; whinS if not taken out
(within threP month, n .n ts ... ,u .t.v u
eril Poit nice at dead leitPM: -
t s-x-th ACrr, I'-ixm Wilier,
tlenrj Atkin', Wm. MrUmnit.
M.- i tnsriai: Buford, Wm Oidinin;,
1 m K B.?k,
' J' ""'. 2
J. hn Rom.
EIii J Soclik
James S Turner
F C Todd
A ley Wnshaiu
Mr Minn Jutint.m
ED WARPS!, P.M.
f..I R Bonn.
Ai!. i in llii.nitett.-r.
I. J Binn-lette-,
lti W Ciorkclf,
Wm II Frr
J X l!fIuliron
Andrew Hu t '.uck
I Jasepb Ilerritre
i Andrew J Love
. , t,L.lair,
' ST . TE Qp MISSOURI
S1A1L lJt ill'SUl-Kl,
l ounty ot l ike. ) i
i o ixootrt unrtiriage, James iuro- t.,t ,.f ,uth t.a.t i 4 0f ,c-ti,n ic, town-.
ritle. P'lt.iftf .Mitts, John Ihjrb- j iliip ol, nor'h tuver 3 .tr.l, and lyins oil
ri'f"P, JVllfi-im Rlirhri''Te, anil, nth iJe of nid tut cf laud and near
the heirs of Toi'v Jackson, niiddle of .aid foutl. line, and to...W
- J , n follow,: tcqincir.jr al a white onk nn the
rr 1 i'm Vv-prce ri . , south fide ol" notth cuivie, on the toj i.f ihc
I AKIj lUJIOr.: that at the en- ijiufl-,, .unr.imr about lUl) van! toa.ii
Slling term of t!ie County C- lilt for ! par trer, thrhce west to an efui.on the ncitli
Pike COlintV. to be bejjun and held ' iIe of cuivre.thenrc south to red onb, 011
at the court" house, in lSowlinz Green. ' thr "ou,h ,Me "f -ni"p,and thence e.ut to
in said countv, on the first Monday . lh" ""V, fro,u IB';,
, - . r retitiot. ana 1110 ixilitit tln reti, amtexpi,
in June next, or as soon theteafter thM the ,ail, Cttj Sln;th Mhlnvi ,.ick!.
as hearing can be had. I shall make nd rvtiy hi wife, T..hia. riik!ean-t Mr.rr
applicattotl to Said Court' lor an cr
j dt-r for ihe
partition and division of
belonpincto the Eestatc
i ! ,, hnlnnnin,-,
en i i i i. -a i i i .
M-fKolund BurbriniiP, deceased, ato
- , , . -
' ? "J county ; and if partition can-
I not be mado in Kind, tor Cn Order Ol
' saie of said slaves
WM. K. BURCRIDGlv, in
Ids own right, and as guardian of
John Q. Burbridge.
April 5th, 1815. 8wl0
Krgular Seini-Wcckly Packet.
U. S. MAIL
15oi eas Io. 2.
TH0S. M. FITHIAN, Master,
Will leave St. l ouinon Wednesday and
and Sutnrdaya. at 4 o'clock, r. t. Return
ine, will leave Keokuk erary Sunday and
1 liirsday, at 4 o'clock, r. ... Wnraw and 1
Ah xiiiiilria tit 5; Tully at 0; I.n grange at
7, r. M.;eaaie .lay; Quinry on Monday
and Friday, at 8 o'c lock, A. . ; Marion
: r;i . r . . ti o...... , n .
.t 12.m.: ad ia.ki..t. 1. ...
! .. . -? 5 bt"s h.uilt flp,e"
inr i runt-, won greai upera, an.i aerj ru
! nerior aeeommixlations for passengers, will,
at the opening ofnavigntion, take (he place
of the Dojena, and may be relied on for Ihe
j same promptness trgnlarty, and nttentioa
o pastrogris ami nuppcr., s hervtofure.
Match Fth 1 ?.. f,.
THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER
rs Pnh.isheil errrr Sninrday Mornins
at Bowliuc-Green, jr
S. F. MURRAY & A. J. PICKENS.
- . ;t'l Ui.
Terms f !ie naitncJVrttO
For a single copy, in advance.
if nr.t in advance but during "the; yjar,
$2 50, if after the expiration i f .IV
' year. .3 00. Fer a club of Si sul-K ri-
j,fr, in advance .;10 For Tcn'-s,nb
scrihers. in advance. $L"i 00.
A, t, the E.htt "ty
mail, must be rosT paid.
Hates of Advertising. . . -
2 For one square of fifteen line
or tinder, one insertion, 75 cents; fPr
, each subsequent insertion, 38 cents".
I ;r5" A liberal deduction to those' a'd-
A. . i .1
rflrfictniT nv I prp-ir
" k "j J
. j. - -.sw...s. svv . i
iiC number of inscrtion reouired. will
, .. i j
UC WUUilUCU UUlii vuicrnc VIUCICU.
N E W
II LOCH AT SOX. . .
HAVE just received at their .old
stand, in Ashley. Mo., a large and
well selected assortment of latest style
fancy and Staple : '
ALSO Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens-
ware, &c., Sec. - - ...
Which they are determined to . sell
very low for CASH or Good Mer
chantable Produce. Having purchased
their stock at a very small advance' on
Eastern cost, they are therefore enabled
to sell the same much cheaper than they
have ever before been offered in this
part of the country. They legpectfully
invite their old customers and the pub
lic generally, to come and examine their
stock and prices; their motto being '
Quick tales and small profits, K
For Sale, 7
Iron, Steel, Castings, Horse-Collars
Humes, Trace-Chains, Nails, Window-Glass,
Putty, Linseed Oil, Tur pentine,
Cod-Fish, Mackeral, Garden-Hoes,
Sad-irons, Sole and Up
per Leather, Louisiana Flour, &c.
Sec. All at the lowest cash prices,
BLOCK & SON.
Ashley, March 27th, 1845. 3wf
"iV"otice is hpreby given to all inler-
ested in the estate of James G.
Reading, deceased, that the umfer
jIms.i -hi ,'jy at tne nesL'U,
TermTff ttie county court of Pike coun
tv, Missoipi. forti final settlement uf.
his ndTiinistration ofsni.l esfatp.
GEORGE READING. Jr.. ;
March 22nd. 1P45. 4wS. :
I'IKE CUiCUT COUilT, tX V" A'A-T10N-
15th Fi bniarr, 1?4"..
Ft tcr CoKo; , 1
Inc Rccd and Sui'v I i I
rife. Eve Wil!inui, t hri'ti- J
lea Ouoilnuiu, ( jtr Soiito. ! .,
i I o:..i. I- I D .. L.' . I ' t
i .uitl.itei i iv.ai( buu Dti.jr ni, f
i w.fj. Tchiat Fick'e & Vr I
hi wife ; the te-ra of J il.nl
' Cullop. dcccnl, nnd the nt. I
: knonn heir of Rebecca Col- j
Kip. rleeea;cd. J
! AND now at tni tluT tlie iaii lilT, by
! i a. A. IT. r.nrlnrr. hi nttorur), tile hii
petition for a partition and !i,ii'if of trip
j following de.ciihed real ef ate . Iv In in mid
ronntr ef Pike, ix: n tot of f.nnd nppo-
. cd tu cen'nia two ce in whii h i, itua-
te.t a D.iii;3 bcinc ii part of ti.e itorlh west
- .hiwifr, tbehnrs of JohnCollop.deeeetc.l
nd the unknown heir of B-irhara Collop.
:!,"'rf. non.rcSider.:.of thi. State, ll
. i tin feforc oidorrd that thel brf notified of
... .,. r ., .... , ,. , ,
tho UiOtug of laid petition ; il that nnles
t(my he anil sppesr , the ,.,t Tc,m of
I couit, to be brjun aod held lit the rent
j house, in Howling Greer, within nnd for
Isaid county of Pike, on the rrenml .Mow
'day of April neat, and plead wilfciav tew
timo allowed fur thit purpoir. ju.lfueat. tvy
t default, niil be rendered nnmst thpio : and
, ordeiprl tbnt rofiee Se give., by peblictt.t;nn
of Ibis order in "me newspiprr in tin's
'county fur eicht week. nerp6siyely,
: STATE O F MISSOURI ) . " . -
t.ui.iy til i - ...
I, Sinicon P. Robiusy,r, i:. il of the Cir.
cuit Court, for tai.l county . rrrtify that the
fmet'oine, in trne pr-y of the nrrfrr.
. wi . WITNESS ir. hand and nslitiat
Seal. Weal. Pnne at office ia Bowline
v-"v' Gieea. in said couuly f Ilkr
tbia the loth dny nf Fcbrunry. l lo.
S. P. ROniNSON, Clcik.
Fabruary 2?, 1S45. . b'w4r3
HE .ibcriber wi-hea to inform (bp
citiien of Bowtin; Greea amtTieinieyi
that ha ha commenced the abate businpist
n this place-. All work rntru'ted . lo ins
enre tball hn dooe ia neat .ii! f tsbienabU
style. Piocfucn taken in payment of. wprtc
at cash prices. Work will be ,iie at r'p.i.
oaablo priee, and warrantrd to lit. t lj
f. A J. Wtl.MACR.3t
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