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t.t.l bahnr Spring ' ",Uomt th'
.With all thy budding flowers;
W,ti raptu" I ,b,i comil, l7"'1
Amerg ik f8' """
1 m fiui 'J walcome eing,
I lib iFgt o wild and free;
I'Stir merry notes around me riiif.
.Vpcrttsg from Irae to tree.
1 hail thae itl thy sonny bloom.
Jnd morning's tweetet houra;
hey diteipale tha winter's (loon.
And nature clelhed wilb flowf r.
A type of hop Ibea'rt to the heart,
Wnea sorrowe round it cling;
Though cloud our path awhile 0115 dim' ,
IT hope Eternal Spring. I
TWO NEIGHBORS AND
Ain.taioNew Jiey lutei the
fallowing circurmlances reipectinj:
rwiie'.f nnd oce of hi otiyhhors:
1 once owned 0 large flock of hen.
! i-fitf rallv Lent them nl.ut up. But,
ne tnring, 1 concluded to let ttietn
on iti inv yard, aMer 1 had clip) ed 1
ifieir iviogf o tliey could not ty.
On; day, when 1 came home to din
ner, I learned that one of my neigh
bor! tiod beeo there, fuli of wra:h, to
let nit know uiv hens had been in his
nrderi, and that he had killed seer
' of them, and hrown thrm over in
to my jard. I was greatly rnrrged
became" h haJ killed my beautiiul
i.el.t. that ! valued so much. 1 de-
urxii.fd, at ot.ee to I e revenged, to j
eu hitn, or irf ome way get i diess. J
I st d'inn ami a-e n;y dinner as 1
it if t.'v di 1 d li d. ltv the time l'
t.t.i finished my me!, 1 I econie inure
1 !! ii. ought that perhaps it vva
i.f.t brst ! fight with my neigbhoi
i!i n,: !.. ns, ar.d thereby n.akc him
11. j tiltf r. lat:n; e r.etr.y. I conclu
iied to ?ry another way, I eing fcure
i' wu'd be belter. j
A her dinner I wir.it my ne:gh !
ti;;'. He iu i: his garden. I
vcnt out ar..i t.-i.nc i.i.n iti -Lr,;;i: j
t. ol n,k r.ecf, '.vi'.h a i:'u!. ti
in ld i'. I .! Cn"'.-ij i.::n. i!eiiio-,
i i;j4iti n.e, h: f.i'.-e illair.ed .tith!
rain, I -r !.t out :ii a great ft ry- -
Von have a us; utile. I :s ;li l.l'
ji tji hens.it I :a:i tx'. thrm. I .-.i v
tr fu ahuied. My fe-a;den is ;u-1
I am ve-y lorry h.r i'..' sr.id I. 1
i i al w isTi to n.j ;re u:, and now
t.'.st i iiire iito.ie a g;eat iMs.ake
1:1 ;-ttin( n y ! ! n't your
(rMc:.e, ruj .i.ii iv:;!;:; !o p.,y
vmi in :irnei the dninsg.
The liin ."rli.ed :. i.l'.ursded.
He did not know whst to ninke ol
. li h.Aed i;j; :!.? sky then
i.: si e Cinh ttiea at iti t ciub
- sr:J :' r. p. : . hn he had
trr.i p..i ...;:t , tjfl .'iwt.l.il.
I i iue," .itd l.'ht h the dari
1 p.iv ki.j six-. old, and
;.-nt hrs!i r".,f you no mo:e.
J i 't..- if etii:: !y to ynu t
vl.ot 1 uo. i Ciiiuot nilord tc
1 te the loie and gorid of trty
iteitihb n. and qti.trei with them,
f. r hei.., ..r ar.ything else.'
'1 m n out a: )ool. ..id the r.eh-
1 i ne oalllaL'' t t;ot worin
taiksr.jf bi)ut; ind i hate more need
tii condensate tou tlian yuu me, and
to s!; Vfr forytve ces than vou
Mij. Noah, in fpcaking of the new j
11 .lint. "..es the i dlowing naivkI
toNewr York h"- en bie and hon-.
st man in Wi'lini" l- Marcy. We j
have known him from the time he!
kept a litt'e wooden law office in
Troy, 8 by 10, with a lew law hooks
and a good French library. He ed ,
"ed U'e Rudget and we the National .
Adrocate, and together we achieved
in this State more political tictorics
than Ney or Souli; but being a fast
rtinndr, he got into the governor's!
chair before I could coiue up to him.
My misfortune was that I sprung:
lront an old aristocratic family in the
time of the deluge, and my ances
tors farr.e out ol Egypt with the Is-,
laeli'c. Governor Marcy unites
iany excellent qualities, persons! &
political, and he will place '.he coun
try in a stnie of defence such as it (
ha? never before been placed in."
We find the follow ing good thing j
r.oat:ng about, like Japhct in search
of a paternal guardian:
VVo.ncn were horn as fate declares,
To smooth our linen and our cares,
And ':is but just, for by mv troth.
They're very apt to rufile Loth.
"I say, you dm key," said a tali
Kentuckiun to a negro who was tak
ig au awful big horn at the bar of
ne of our Mississippi steamboats
'I say you darkey, do vou belong to
the temperance societY?" 'Nti, mac.
fa I belong tu Misses Hall," was the
'Ihghv, will you take some of this
Ihitler?' T.iai.k e, tiiartu, I he
lonj to the ti iMieram-f Societv. rind
1 - - . .
"auiiot t:,l? any thing tiv.. !
The Old Dominion u now in the
theatre o! an animated c -i.teil, and.
from the signs of the ime., we are
continent that the deniocratii: paity
willl e successful. Mure interest is
felt in t!ie election for men titers o! :l
Lcoibltiture than b-r Kto.cse li.aiivt-s
to Congtess because on i-e i.ex'
Geneial Assembly wiil devo.ve ii.e
July ol tlectitig two United Stale--Seiiutors.
On the pre it measure ol
the annexation ot Texas and on eve
ry oher question, Messrs. Archer Si
Rives have misrepresented tlie ?S liit
of Virginia, and the indtgtia-1. voice
of a betrayed people is aiousni n
gtiiisl iheni. They cannot resist i,
their late is sealed, and Mr. R.v.
"who skrvkd vur five teaks i.n (j..n
oress with Mr. 2 Vlk &, 1 11. not know
it. wilt soon learn, to 1. is cost, wito
Mr. IVIk is' and will also feel the jut
resentment of his fiiend'. !r.q. ,
A big boy who disp!a ed a dang
ling watch-chain, was asked
Vh.it' tme, Josiah?
lie drew his watch very ceremo
niously, and after examining it a
while, retorted to unollur, and : k
ed is this figurv nine or figury lev
en?" lie was told th t it w:.s 'figury
"Well then," said Josiah, "it lacks'
just auout I'.all an iucl. ! eight."
A.vemsir tells at
g"i0 stiiVo..i la kit. who v as IV
lused a limner at one i i t!.e lu'. cio,
'down east, until lie hai sho. li 1:,
landlord his 'pewter.' Ii. iul:n e t. .
did ins best, and ;.t ire s. nii.j i tu
be!), in uaikeu il.- V.ti.kce, and
ing a genual su.Aey u tae tulle,
turned to bis host, and s:id:
Mister, jou've seed my rn. ney,
and i'c seed vour diuuei ji..d
An editor cut West, on having his
!!i.:e sc red by the sht-ritr, bteaks out
;n the !i 1'owing m.inner:
!S;u nil", spaie that press!
'I ouch Lot a S'liglo tj pe;
lL'n't put me in distress,
To s'.ick to me through life!
' l is all in all to me,
If lust what shall 1 d A
Then why not let it be.
Oh, Shenll! ugh uph ugh."
A Yankee Iri.in the Ke- fiebec dis
trict, Maine, desctlbei. the .lace us
( eing so heait.hy tbat the citizens
have to move aomewhere else ti
In Dowiine Green, at the House of
David McAhsters Esq, on the l!4ih imt.
by the Rev. M m. F. Watson, Mr. Rob
ert S. Hoyd. to Miss iusaa 11. Marshall,
Lot of cake.
IN 1 uit.iKi.ce ! a rirciee cl tt.e t'iicuit
ouit of 1'ike t luii y, tetl'i am l ouii
of Chancer, maile in the caie of JOSKl'l:
M ACKA V, 11 .mint Ji UN U. f A KTKK
oil era, at tt.e April I run oliaid C'mjrt, A.
D , I64&. 'I I nr.d'i.ig.iril will n il Oi tin
hitlievt biditr for Catli 111 hauit, Sefttie tha
t uurt hoore dorr, In ILe 'I awnol Una lint;'
Giecn, on tae firtt .V' u.lnj in June neit,
bctfiaen tt.e tiot:;i vfD o'clock ia the fi.111
dood, and O o'clock in tha after noou 01
aid day, Two Sl.rci, Kuiritott dr. JojihIi,
the foin.r now id the pjiartitun of JUII.N
K.t'AKTKK, and the latter in ioetiioii
ol HOllKIi I HEMPiilLL, to latufy the
tiro of (521 1', an.l ii.lcroit on tae nine
fiom the condition of aid Urciee la the
day of (ale. The aa d flare Kinriton it to
be fiiat .old, and in caae he il.au Id not Mill
for aufficient to aatiafj the aaid turn of mou
ey, with inletcat, cb of uit, and cxpen
tea of tale, thru ilia (hid lie Jotiah trill
be next aold, to iktiafy the aaoie aceoidiug
to t'.c 1 rot iiior.a of aaid drrree.
JAS. O. I'kOADHEAD,
Vay tbcSSd. ls45- IWVi
NO7'10Eia hereby given, that the under,
aigned baa obtained of the Clerk of the
County Court of Ftke county, lettera or AA.
ministration tn the eataie ot .Valinda Sam
mere, dee'd. bearing date 14th Apjil; lt-45.
All peraona indebted lo aaid eatate, are re
quested to make immediate payment, -dll
peraona having claiina againrt aaid eatate, are
requeeled to exbibti tlii in properly atitbeo'i
cafed, within one year from the date of mil
lattara, or they may be procluded from having
any benefit of aaid eatale; and if not exhibited
within three year, thev will bo forever barred.
KOBER7" SU K.VERS. Adm'r
.May. 3d 1845. 3 13
A DM I N ISTK ATOR'S NOTICE.
J OTICE is hereby given, that the
undersigned has obtained ol Hie
Clerk of the County Court of Fike
County, letters of Administralion on
the estate of Susan Furgerson, dee'd,
tearing dato 10th of April, 1845.
All persons indebted to said estate,
are requested to make immediate
payment. All persons having claims
against said estate, are requested to
exhibit them properly authenticated,
within one yeai from the date ol said
letters, or they may be precluded
from hiving any benefit of said es
tate, and if not exhibited within three
year", thev will be forever barred.
JOHN ALLISON, Adm'r.
May the Srd. 185.
tw- cemosratic mm
ts Published every Saturday Morning
at Bowliup-reeit, by
S. F. MURRAY c A. J. MCKENS. j
1 eris .-f 'r e fttnner. , j
For a sji'kle cj, , iv .advance, .fll 00,
if nut in ) n- ' . '.' !;!!. the y
42 50, if af'er :'i - exp- A .1 . t
year. . 3 00. For a ciub e'' V I '
bers. in advance, 10. For Ten .
serihers, in Advance, &l- 00.
xA!l letters t the Editor, by
mail, miiit he post paid. j
Rates of AilverfisiitR.
flT Fur one stjiiart- f litWt. line
or under, one iiistriii.n, o ct-t.t?, ii-r
cach Mitiseeneitt insertion, .1 cents.
5T3-A liberal deduction to those ad
vertising by the year.
23 Advertisements not marked with i
the number of insertions required, will ,
bs continued until otherwise ordered..
G M S.
HAVE just received at their old
stand, in Ashh-v. Mo., a larL'e and
. ' C
j well selected assortment of latest style
fancy and Staple
I li-i'y Coojls.
J ALSO Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens-
Which thev are cit-t erinined lo sell
very low for CASH or Good Mer-!
tlu'it:dh: Prrviiicf. Having purchased,'
tl tir stuck .1' a erv small advance
erv small advance on....'..
E .slei ti c.nI. 1 1
sa t.c in'i. 11 ( I.e. ! i-r n till tiiet ',
; hate c vr behiit btttt oliuni in w-is ,
: part of ti e . tirtry. Tl 1 ( : 1 1 l tilly .
.invite their old cu.stoii.urs ainl t he pub- j
'.. ... , - .i.
: lie seneraliv. 10 come tutu examine titcir
stock and prices; their motto being
QaicA" sales and small profits.
Iron, Steel, Casting, Hore-Collars
I lames, Traee-Cli.tins, Nails, Win
dow-Class rutty. Linseed Oil, Tur
pentine, Cud-Fish, Macfceral, fJar-den-II'i'-s.
S.:d-Ir jn. Sole and l"p
per Leather, Louisiana Flour, lie,
iic. All at the lowest cash prices.
BLOCK & SON.
Ashley, March i7th, 1845. 3v9
Cheap 0 Cash!
P . R f,''V'"l l)s. i, una receirinr and
. )'!. 1. K well leln tnl ! t mrtit ol Dry
f.ooHa, Sc ('iircru, at hi olil t;u-.il to
R.iw.ing-Ureen, which l.e will -eil vny low
ftr rath, ot ttitntile i,r..i!nre. Uttvinj pttr
e I. a el bit St..rk fir I'AY DUWIV, be it
MM- Me lu te'.l ebeai rr than good have ever
hit-: off. r.l ill Oi- '.'ai 1 . lie kindly io
! ht ol.l eu-liiii.ei . 1 1. ! tl, rnlilic ta
fit l.ii n e- ; . ;'"rni: t e nimble enov
lo .1 a .'- .'e. 'e i'rt'li or pay
' . p 1 . ' . '- itbuht li-
rm ! w ou-.'
1-.. Ii'u.ly in
1 . .mi thru lueii.ta 111.0 tt'i
enillv, tl.nt they have lately
m I wiected a'.ottn.'i.t ol'at.it ie uml Ian-
) t.ooda, auth ii"nlly fnund to ronn
Oy Mniea; coi.i-.l.in of )iv ..!. (irore.
re. Hard. wire. Q ieen'a wa.e. Il -ot",
l iiea. A r... i c. A.I of which tt.ey are de
tenuinail to ell it low far ch.Ii or proilu-e,
aa.ny o'h r eatiibli bu.ent iti tie country.
Bariii.. Fet!iei. Ki rtwax, .' hlluw,
1 iile', S.ck, ('arre ait. a) flutter, and all
kind : .-.e."l m.'.' t r..ilmn taaeu in tJ.
thahfe ;ur Go . r which the hihc-l
catb price will be .v. o.
Jtl Al.KY L. CROW
Aablry, May tl.e3.l, 1S45. 2m 13
tubacriher thankful for the liberal
oatronare beretotore extended him.
would reapeetfnlly ioforn. hi" old cuatoiuert,
and the (.olilic (eneral't, that hit oirhiiie
having tone throir.-h a II. ronpli lepair. ia
now read, to commence npe.ation ; and oa
he intend, citing it l.ii per.oiial attention,
he fela aatifte.l i.i heir; able to render ten
em! aati'factton to nil who may favour l.iin
with a call Ilia .rii me tta low n any
other innrhine ia the nriulitjothoot. All
kinda of merchantable prcditce taken at
cash prin r ! i-i'l lake tall
.V.tiTIN ST A LEY.
MAY U-S. 1-4
1 inal si-: n i.KMnvr.
litre i- hrieh ' ivf-ri lo .'ill 'iit.'f
stfd in th' state o! J;.m- s t
Heading, deceased, ll.i t the under
signed will apply at the nesr June
term of the county court of I'ike coun
ty, Missouri, lor a firm! settlement of
his administration of said estate.
- GEORGE READING, Jr.,
March 22nd, 1845. 4w8.
Ilotisc-liold and Kitchen
VWV1LL be fold to tl e hiphett bidder on
W the 4th Saturday in May at niy re
idence in Pike County, ais miles South of
Bowling-GreeD, all of my houae l.old and
kitchen fnrnitore, Stock, &.c.
Terma of lelltog will be stone known op
on the day of aal.
May the M, 164. '
aw,.:, ..toil li.e-i'elve?
practice dI tlieir 'rnK-.ji.,n tlffire
jn: j.t door WL'siif the Democratic Eimi t
N . D. Thty will kt p constantly on
hum!, a fre.l. supply miM-ila-inn for the nc
n.idet:u .f wlso ir.ev give theai a
vbvrr. Line In coir.fy, Jilo.
1,7., ; ILL atieT! tj sr,y b' i;.es en-
r H-1 !... UU cure i-i the cotin-
lies of Lineolu, l ike. Kali.-, Moiitgome-
ry, Marien ana M. t liarlt.
April 19ih, 1845.
j" IIE bscriber wishes to
. K.!'cJ Carder ,tur the Pre"
and will pi y good vages for one that
cab come well recommended. Call on
the undersigned at Spencerburg, Pike
I. M. WEATHERFORD.
April 19th, 1845. tf 12
FINAL ski tl.EMENT.
utire it liprhr tirt. :! t . irtrtl
ia tljccro.te of J- 11 Diii, Di-c a'tii.
ti.Bttbeim lrt-ii.eil will apply at It. e next
June tPrmi ol" tliu ( i.tluty C'.mrt of Hike
C'limty ,Vi'nu.i f..i a fi.ibl i.iUie i.i nt o lii
r Xfrtt. r l. j. . : i ', K.e
A.J IAVIP. Fx'.
.Jptil l'Jth 1-4.V 4wl2
Law Day. on the 24th dav of Mar. '
in I ...it. .... ll .1
Art i! H:h, lis 15. 11
i.i. tl o-e iiavinsf iteinan.ts
1 ibt .-.'e ol V: H Tinsdey,
deceased, are 1 1 n:i. n q . u 1 to pre
sent their clai'tis til the next rounty court,
as their is a probability that they may
be settled immediately.
CHAS. BACON, Adm'r.
April 12th, 1845. tf 11
A dininistrator's Notice.
TOTICr is i.erehv given, that the
tind rsitrnetl has obtained of the
Cleik the County Court of Ralls
of A.'n.imsf ration with the
Co.. let tots
or ; 0 r- te ..f lon- "-'" -11
j eood dwelling house, Barn, and other
111 tHr,n- date i!,,t houses, bJsideatw tobacco barns on
i lfi45. ! .1 . . . r .-t : 1.
A!i per-. s li
ir : HuM.a
gainst said e. rat-.
1 . e ru 11
exhibit thrtrv prot e
V :.r rif-r. t ic.t a o,
v ilhir on.-- year t' "i.
le'ters, or thev mi
ff'rti havilit' riv ''er..
tate, and it r .- t i
vears, thev t i!l h
f ' f sr.;J pv t
r.-.l Wl'll.l. ': t '
JAMES i:UFOJ:L), Ad.r.'r.
. . .
April 12th. 1814. 3wll.
List of Letters,
EM AINIMJ in the rct-offire at Pow- .
line, '.'reel!, Mo ,i.ti the Hlt. day of.
lApiii. l-Ti; whir.li if not taken out!
' itl... h-e. ti.-
, will heaetit to the Gen-
r II-. '. letteia:
r. ' t ' v::ier.
::. 1 . . '- ' ' ni,
X it . . . ' i- .
W - I- Pi.-. . - ' lO I -!
J,.,-. II I ' . , : ii.!-.Ji I n.t,
( o! : Kaon, J' I.n 1; v.
Siii.r.i llrnti.teltf r, It niM;:teir,
I. t frn.efte It.tij., - -n linl inon,
.'v -V i.a. kei'i .1 t.tt '"t rl,
tv ..if. . t -w, Miu.'l . lioab-r,
Win ' iiit. in r list J ?aikx
W 11, (I Fry S.iui'l C Steiena
Tit.iia lloiih Jine S Turner
' h .in. (ratT'irat F C Tmld
' N lli'i-.l.f'on Ifarnmn t't'erbark
.v 1 Ilia ! A!ry W'n.ham
'lnti'hii oo Win Wntera
bet j 'tiiiii linn et Wiu Wiilja
Andrew llmldaek John Wnre
Knorh Heiidrix Wm I. Vaughn
Jowph Hiri'!i!; M: Mri'i Jaliolon
Andiew .s l.ota T '-'it F cv
II. - . m vb US, P.M.
April 5lh. 145. 3wl0
STATE OF MISSOURI, j
County of Tike. j
To liohi'rt nin brit'zr. J,:rn
ridire. Vniteit Mitt. John liurh-
m lhtrhri-'ge, and.
the tifirx .' I'ullu Jiicltton, le-
TAKE NOTICE: That nt the en
suing term of Ihe county couttfor
Pike county, to he beiun and held
nt thr r.-t'ft br.,-r, ;n I'owlinp Green,
,;, c .,t . r b l"?t MAfd-'V
1 J: . i-t, 111 as -'Oi1 lb i: !!i
h-'lnv. can ! hf1. I fh'dl make
i.'.ivuii.tl Hi a: id court tor ii i'l-
li r K'r 'be p:ititi' n and division "f
Hie Stones belor:;fi:;g to (1 e J' .!
ofR-daitii liu U...I.V.-, tlrcen'td, luti'
of aaid county; and if partition can
not be made ia kind, for an order of
sale of said slaves.
VVM. K. BUR BRIDGE, in
his own riht, and as guardian of
John Q. Burbridge.
April 5th, 1845. 8wi0
THE aubacriher wi.hea to inform the
citiiena of Bo tr ling-Green and vicinity,
that he baa commenced the above buaioeaa
in thia place. All work entroated to bil
care aha II be done in neat and fatbionable
atyle. Prod one taken in payment of work
t caah prices. Work will be dona at ra-
aonable price!, and warranted to 61
C. A. J. WOMACI.
j .Vereb ha, ll.
Saddles, Bridles, Mar-
nSal, B,,ge7 ni.
rn vvntrnn urfunit
the articles usually
found in a Saddler shop
ALL of which the undersigned offers
to ti e public, at his old stand in Louis
i ina, made of materials just laid in at St.
Louis, and at prices that cannot fail to
suit those xho wish to purchase.
Thankful to those w ho have heretofore
encursiged him, the undersigned still
solicits a share of public patronage in
his line; and if good work and good ma
terials are to have any influence with
purchasers he defies being Blocked.
O. C. TINKER.
April 19th, 1845. tf 12
B00T& SHOE MAKING.
rTMIE undersigned will keep constant
ly on haod at his shop in Louisiana,
a supply of Boots and Shoes, made of
the best Eastern materials. AU work
from uuder his hands is warranted to
stand fast. His prices are as follows:
For Kip boots, - - f3,25
' Coarse boots, - - 2,50
t Coarse shoes from $1 to 1,50.
! All c'-ber work made to order cheap-
.' er than 11 can be done in any other shop
' in the county. Campbell & Walls, as
' u e'l ns Reynolds Si Oury, in Bowling
. :, -ill be Lent constantlv sttnnlied
.., ----- ( j - rr
with hts work of every description.
D. L W ALSWORTH.
April 16th, 1345- ly 12
For fs Sale,
O AA Acres of first rale land, lv-
ing about one mile east of
Ashley, and six miles south-east of
Bowline Green. The tract is remarks-
!UJ wel1 "ed, which isagreatdes
. darnl a 1 evt an eiSic ftrMinla. 1 haA lei
. tii hrmiaas. Terma one half in cash.
! one f0llrih in one year and the remain-
j fourth in two years after contracted
; r..T rnr further nrtirnlara. anritf to
1 -rr v
the subscriber on the premises.
April 19th 1845. 3wl2
SPRING AND SUMMER
ME aul arriher ha'juat returned from the
city at New York, 'and taken hiaold
fund, h'i Main tt.eet.1 with an entire new
t'ck ol SPKiytJi Sl'MMER CLOTH
j cou.priaint every article uiua'ly kept
j in clotbine or f'.mijtiire atore. H-e good a
' are oil riewi were bongbt for catb, and mnn
' ul'artured under hii own direclion.exprattly
', tui tti. market, iu the latcat and moat faah
I ior.a'. atyle
Having i'.jrn.'d a cenoertion with a whole.
i. ie dry j;.h.J hoo t in the city of N York,
j enable. Lira to take advantage! of tha mar
j ket in bnyint uua!lv low at auction. He
jean, iherro ie, confidently aaiure buyers of
; rca -v n.itue cn.ieiitg, thai ne uot onty can,
I but will icll them clutbing not only atcbeap
but cheaper than any other clothing in the
city of St. I.onia. Buyer! are invited to
call and exsmioo before purchaiine: elae
weere. M. BROWN.
No. 52 MainSttect.
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continued. PIKE CIRCUIT COURT. IN VACA-
TION-15tb Febraary, 1845.
Peter Collop, "
faaae Reed and Saily hie I
wife. Eve Williams, Chriati- J
rm Goodman," Caty Smith, I . .
.Vichael Pickle and Betiy bis r,M,mm
wife, Tobiaa Pickle & Meryl P,r,',""
bia wife; the heira ml John I
Cullop. deceateJ. and the un- I
known heirl of Rebecca Col- j
lop, deeeaaed. J
AND bow at tbia day the plaictiff, by
A. II. Buckner, hit attorney, files hie
petition for a partition and diviaiua of tha
following deicribed real eatate. lying io aaid
county of Pike, fit: a lot of Land eeppne
ed te centaia two acre, on which i situa
ted a mill; being a part of tha earth watt
1-4 of aouth eatt 1 4 of faction IP, towa
hip 51, north range 3 weaf, and lying on
tbe tooth lida of laid lot of laod and near
the middle of aaid eooth line, and bouaded
at follows: beginning at a white oak on tbe
touth aide of nortb cuivre, en tha top of tha
bluff and running about 100 yards to a ea
ger tree, thence weat ta an aim, oa tha aorta
iide af cuivre, tl.ence touth to a red oak, ea
tba aouth tide of cuivre, and thence eatt to
the beginning; and it appearing from taid
petition and the affidavit thereto anaexed.
that the taid Cat Smith, Michael Pickle
aod Betty hit wife, Tobias Pickle and Mary,
hit wife, tbe heirt of JoLnCollop, deceased,
and tba unknown heira of Barbara Collop
deceaaed, ara non-retidanttof tbia State. It
ia therefore ordered that tbey b aotified af
the fileing of laid petitioa; aed that oaten
tbey be and appear at tha nest Term of tbia
court, to be begun nod held at the court
hooae, ia Bowline Green, within and far
aid county of Pike, on tbe second Mon
day of April nest, and plead within tba
time allowed for that orpoie, judgmeat, by
default, will be rendered agaimt them; aod
ordered that notice be given by pubticatioa
of this order in tome rewvpaper ia thia
count? for eicbtweekt tueeetiiv ly.
STATE O F MISSOURI I
County of Pike.
I, Simeon P. Robimor, Clerk of the Cir.
cuit Court, for laid couoty, certify that tba
foregoing ia a true copy of tha order.
J0- . WITNESS my hand and oflicial
Seal. seal. Done at office io Bowling
sva Green , in anid county of Pike,
thia tba 15th day of February , 1945.
S. P. ROBINSON, Clerk.
February 22. 1845. 8w4r
JSjycVriCE ;, fcen.by $1T,a that thaun
alal dtriigncd bat taken ont lattara Teita
mentaiy. nn lb eatate of William
Brica, deceaied, Inte rf Pita County,
MiMouri, bearing date the 18th day of
April, 1845. All'pertooa, therefore, in
debted to tbe eitato of taid deceaaed, are re -t
netted to make immediate payment; and
all pertoni basing claims agaimt laid ettate
are reqneated to exhibit them properly au
thenticated, wttbin one year from tha data
of aaid letter., or tt.ey may be precluded
from having aoy benefit of laid ettate, and
iftaid claimt are not pre'ented within three
yean, they will be forever barred -JOHNSPKVCER
SAMt'EL BRH E. J L!
April 10th 1&45.
Strayed or Sto?irw
FROM the subscriber, living on
Notx Creek, five mtie north Of
Bowrlieg-Green; on the -night of the
2nd of May. A white horse about
15 1-2 hands high, skin inclined to
he spotted. For the. recovery of
said hone. 1 will tivn five doWere -
Mav tha.trd. 1145. - ,2w--lX