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TKZ DEMOCRATIC BANKtfr
Is Published every Saturday Morning
at Bowling-Green, toy
S. F. Ml" HR AY & A. J. riCKENS.
Terms o the limine r.
Fcr a single copy, in advance, $2 00,
if not in advance but during the year,
$2 50, if after the expiration of the
year, $3 00. Fcr a club of Six subscri
bers, in advance, $10. For Ten sub
scribers, in advance, $15 00.
2j-A11 letters to the Editors, by
mail, must be tost paid.
Rates of Advertising.
For one square of fifteen lines
er under, one insertion, 75 cents, for
each subsequent insertion, 3S cents.
23" A liberal deduction to those ad
vertising by the year.
Advertisements not marked with
the number of insertions required, will
be continued until otherwise ordered.
Regular Semi-Weekly Packet.
Fur Hannibal, Quincy, Warsaw
light lira it unit
N, C-i.VE-RON, Master.
Will kave St Louis on Tuesdays &. Fri
dayf, at 4 o'clock, r tt. Returninc, will
leave Keokuk Wednesdays mud .S'dttinlayj
at 5 o'clock, r .; Warsaw and Alexand-ia
atG Tully Rt S; ami Lnrancn at 0 o'clock
r m same days. Quiucy on Thurlv mill
.Vomlaysat 8 o'clock a m; Marion City nt
9 o'clock a u; Hnnnibatat 10; a h Loi.ij
iana at ft, r si, and Clarkesuille at 4, r m.
The I. a Clctle beim; entirely new, and
btlilt eipreisly for the trailc, with great speed
mid superior accoiiiiiioil:ition, may ho re
lied upon liy shippers and pacu jcrs for po.
lite attention ami promptness during tin
tenon. Passengers will please be on hoard nt the
hour advertised, as there will be no deten
tion beyond that time.
May 10th 14.". 13.
Regular Semi-Weekly Packet.
Fur Hannibal. Quincy, Warsaw ami
The Neir Light Draught-, Swift
W. S. RANDOLPH, .Master,
ing. will leave Keokuk on Tuesdays and
t 1 I I -d ' nnioni. . r nnin
Fridays at 5 o'clock, p
m; Warsaw and
Alexanbria at G; Tully at 8 and Laerantre
at 9 o'clock, p m, same days; Quincy on
Wednesdays & Saturdays, at 8 o'clock,
a m; Marion City at 9; a si; Hannibal at
10. a m; Louisiana at 3, p m; and Clarks
ville at 4, p m, same d.-.ys.
The Die Vernon having been built at
St. Louis exdressly for the trade, with
superior accommodations, may be relied
upon by shippers and passenger, for the
same polite attention end promptness
which characterised her during the last
Passengers will nlease be on board at
the hour advertised, as there will be no
detention beyond that time.
May 10th 1845. 14
THE tubecriher wiiheo to inform the
citizens of Bowlinj-Ureen nnd virinitv,
that he has commenced the nhore buiiuen
in this place. All work eritriiftc.t to hit
cure shall be done in neat and fashionahh
tyU. Produce taken in payment of woik
at oash price. Work will he dune at ren
enable prices, and warranted to fit.
C. A. J. WOMACK.
rTIHE present sesrdon of theBowIing
Green Academy, .will close, on
Tuesday next, (May 21st.) The ex
amination will commence at 2 o'clock,
P. M. All who leel interested in the
prosperity of the school, are respectful
ly invited to attend.
The next session will commence on
Wednesday, the 4th of June.
Terms per session, of 3 months:
Elementary & English branches, $3 75
Higher branches. - - 5 00
a l: . r . i
should be made immediately, so that nec-1
essary bdoks may be supplied without
ri nmioai nns inr iiia nnvr aco.n i
delay. All books forthe use ofthe school I
w ill be furnished at St. Louis, at whole
sale prices when prompt payment is made
May 17th, 1845. 2wl5.
Wtohsale and Retail Denier in
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye
Stuffs, Perfumery, Window-Glass",
and Surgeons' Instruments,
lo. 5, M-J' re-t,
St. L.us, Mo.
W-9-4 11 ,- i:. j i.! I
-it i , . . .
resawill lrfcnlfnl lh on. Inline! fVol,
. i t ... uiuuita.-i i tttj line ui HUM- a
prices, in ix-Jiange, will be taken
heeswax, Ginseng, and Wheat.
Jaa. 31 !Si5. Sm 1
The cheapest paper ever piiblislted
usutii statk jovnxaf. for thk
We issue to day t!
now sriics" of the h iwcrulicl
K.rposi or, nnd United States Jour mil
for the country, which we consider
tlie cheapest publication ever offered
to tiie patrolmen of the American
public. It will be published weekly,
instead of semi monthly as hereto
fore while under the charge of Mr.
Kendall, and although it will contain
more than double the iirm lint of mal
ter, there will I c no ii.cusse of the
subscription price. The new pub
lish rs propose to furnish thei sal
scribrts with a vt.Iiiiue t
at 1 he unprecedented low price of
ONE HOLLAR ONLY!!! Ileitis
the cheapest periodical ever bcfoie
issued in this country.
The Expositor will continue to bp
a faithful and leailess expounder id
the true principles of JcfTe rsouiim
nomocracy. : s it lias beeii under its
late hiuhly jilted editoi, who we are
tnrournced to hop.e, vi!l materiaVy
dil us with articles from his eloquent
pen; its liases will be adorned by
conti ibtitions from the most distin
guished political writers in the United
.S't.itrs. Neither pains nor expense
will be spared, to make it worthy (
being conMdcrcd a tt xt-bi ok for the
Homocracy, in fulure penerations.
The publishers intend it shall occu
py the hiijh prourd sustained by
.iles Weekly IJepiter. in 'I e p: !m
v days of that useful publication; it
shall he a record of important palli
dal facts, for future use &, relet once,
as well asnn able expounder ol Ftiil
moie impoi tant political truths, whi h
will live through all time, and even
tuailv, will revolutionize the world.
We shall unremittingly and with
the whole soul, devote ourselves to
the cause of universal republican eti
ucation; to this end we shall zealous
ly indeavor to reform every college
in Ameiica. and establish a system
to educate aii the cliihlren in the land
in the saving principles of Am-riean
Liberty, instead of, us present, c'ow-1
in'r up in thouohtles, unprovided ip
noranee, or what is even worse, if
pos-ib!p, beeomincindoe'rinated w itli
the baleful principles of Emjhh m.'n
nrchy and ni i.-tocracy, the only sys
tem of education pursued at our f.ish-
lonnble seminaries of leaunnu.
. ..... ... . . .
a li'4:r, 1 rulrdV1, 1 iin" I':u
1 1 .;,,!".n a!'-v a'n-tl ISanii - Mis-
1 1 1 m;i t.n .. ssmr.ption ! the ! i'e
Debts with onll ipiiMr. unremitting'
7cn. All tl.ese, ;m well as oth r
.Federal bertsit-s, nil! huml'eil
tcith'iut lI re.i. In short it hhail be
a yolun.e worthy of ! t-i n ir preserved
by eveiy lover of our rcyur Uc;:n in
stitution. We fen nil iy the siii.-t.-st tit tc-ii-tion
to its business depar inei.ts-. u
wel! as to i's editorial. Tiios who
w ish to mi! scribe tuny place the tnost
i lipli'-it relience upon our
'.bat it shall be p'ib!ilied ami
f-ioli week, with unlailir.
iuihi ati i reiiui '.ritv; no one shall e
ven have tun slightest occasion to
firid laidt in this respect. Care will
also be taken to have the packages
s'.roni'ly and s.?r.utely enveloped. o
that hey shall reach their destina
tion in irood order. With this briet
and imperfect outline of our plan,
we submit our claims to the patron
ace of the Democracy, with t nslia
ken nnd undoubtmjj confidence that
we shall be generously supported.
T K R M S.
The Democratic Expositor nnd 17.
State Journal, fur th country, will
b published weekly; ea'-li number
will contain sixteen closely printed
pt-ires, m:.kin FdfiMT IIUNDIM'.n
AXDTHIItTY-TWO to the vol
ume, for the unusual low price of One
Dollar per annum, to a single sub
scriber! (JrtK.vr Inducements to Ci.rm and
Companies. In order to ex'ei.'d the
circulation ol the Expositor into ev
ery part of our nlorious Union, we
. ... I. . u r 1 1 - - i .
loiitivving proposals: inose
I woo lorwara len aoitars shall reemve
even for one year; those who
forward twenty dollars, shall receive
twenty three copies for twelve
months reducing the price to eighty-
seven cents, for a volume of kioht
HCM'RF.II AM) TlllRTT-TWO PACES ! OllT
Democratic, fiiends are respecfully
requested to eiert themselves in ob
taining us subscribers.
JESSE K. 10V, , L",TOR""
Washington, D. C, July 3, 1845.
jafBltta undersigned having located in Bow-
ung-wreen, ii prcnoreu to cut Tomb.
be in liia line of bueincis, on the mot rea-
c-biuiic, iifniiv muu oi woik mat mar
... . . . . r i.i
onuble tenui, and at the taorteft notice.
March 15th, 1?45.
OTICE is hereby eiven, to all cred
itors, and all others interested in
I the estate of the five wards of the un -
dersicned guardian, viz: James K. Kus-
sell, llarman J. Kussell, John P. Kits -
sell! and Mary J. Clanton, (late Mary
J Kussell, and Susan A. Poindcxter,
( late Susan A. Russell, heirs now 21
1 x 1 t . " 11111
years ot ape, oi lvoutri nusseu oec u,
that the undersigned will apply at the
next August terra ol me Montgomery
countv court Missouri, for a filial settle'
mcnt of her guardianship with said
wards. URlDLiLT RUSSELL;
May 17th, 1S45. 4wl5.
v : v o r r a ;; x
i.jTi.:t 4ijy m:ssr.c;!:it.
"Tin- Etiackvt ol of Aiiii-ricii."
s.j a j its ml vnucr.
li. I). MINO::. Extort lVopnet .it
Assht1'! li A ''r leu s Si uth.
On the 1st of J i:uiaiv next (18-15.)
the Southern Literaiv Messengci
1 commences its Eleventh 'olume and
the patronage of the pulilii is res-pee
t ! v 1 1 ! y solicited (oi it. I he present
Edi'or has now conducted it for more
, than a year, nrd tli? ein-ourapmetit
! he has received leads him to expect a
liaise increase o! subscriptions. As
i the oi k has been stained, under
no ordinary tlisadantaircs. for so
loiia time, it is entitled to the liber
al support of eveiv Iriend of letters.
Its reliance lor patron ise will be up
on the interest and justice of the
public and its own literary merits.
Escnewiag all huuibtis and extrinsic
lloutishes. it will do; end for its suc
cess upon i's content and character
It is em pha no. ih v a - mtiiri n work
and appeals ex, res!v to tiie South.
v!ie:- character and interet. litera-
i v and social, it aims l tdipuh! ant)
promote. In the Stin'h, there are
thousands, who can easily atl'ord it.
and they are parlicaiati y n '
coino foiwnrti anil assist in interest
The Messentrer Iru now been es
tablished more than tt i years, dt.i tnj
which it has m orcoiiif many tcteat
obstacles; and attained a wide oiroi;
iation an) a veiv liijli oharai'ter.
Theell'oils of the pteif'itt I'.iltto:
will be sin ntiou'dy pirertott. not on
ly to the preset vatl'-tl of Its uncielit
lame, lint also to its constant im
provement. In this, the llitti;nj
e-timoiii ils he has received ilurinL
'he lasi twelve inoii' s. let) him to
believe that ho h is aiiea lv aucoeed
ed. Tiir. f(Ti: r.i' i ci:
initial ai d Amateur Wii'.ois ol the
li.-l di.-tiiu-li'.n. tlir-at expeti-es I-'
tiifiirred ami reat :mhi ;t;o taken to
t'tiL' :md inti i:t-ti e u. alter.
j .IiicL'f 11. Tm-I.er,
,'. II. M ivdt n.
j AasJi:s. Ailtiitin ot "the
I. 'A. 'pre1lTiSnp, '
I L. ". Auihorof ti.f 'pi 'I
; Lieut. M. M:,t i v.
V. S. N. V:.
.It' t 1 a .
J S I,
. i . ! ii. r- ni -. I.I. 1
' 1'rt-le.icl, II-liii.-s.
Mis. .1. T. "-r: iiin-t n.
1 1. l. !1 i:e. I l.'i.'is.
W. W. n,l.f .v, I' S t:..s, M .lt-i.
11. 15. Il-rst, ri,i.';i,l. !phia.
An, ci iciis Si:. ith.
( h (.'. ii mil ( 'mi ir Hi il tors
iiti'r ton ioi s.
.f the Hi,- S
tu re," &.. i Wi
I res. ThiifiMs H. I lew,
I I'ot. her,. ucker.
J. IJ. D. Attlitti
tory r.n Adventure ,"
Lueiaii Aln.nr. .
W. 15.. I '. S. Ch.-.r-e Italy,
W. M. 15., K. S. Charge S. A.
Ir. S. II. Dickson,
Judi'o K. M . v. nail ton, Georgia
A. Ii. Mock, Alabi
L. C Cist,
.vim many otners. in tlie South and
in neailv every stale in tin- I'lilon-
, i .i .i . . .
some whose veils we would pdatily
The eoii'ents will be eeceduiL.I y
vaiietl. embracing reviews, ales, po-
ems. essays, travels, sketches, hio-j-
raphy, hisiorv popular sciences, nat
person the Wavy. Army, and other
national interest, h.teraiy intelligence i
foreign and domestic, and notices of
new works. Selections of meiit will general suiiiuiary of foreign and do
oceanaily be inserted. jmestic news will be furnished.
The leading principle is the pro-1 The conductors havo already se
motion of a pure .Native Literature, ' Pure'' l''e aid ami co-operation of a
and of a devoted National Npiiit. 'irS-, number of the most distinruish-
With this view the followiii" premi- '- I'trarv ami poiitical writers of
urns are oflered: " ithe day; arrangements will also be
For the best paper on tiie present i :" ,,IP earliest period possible,
state of American letters, t1 e pros- lo. embellish our columns by the con
pect and means of their improve- ril'iUions of correspoinle.its i.,,,,, a
ment, - - .- A50 00 u'"di this bi'ief ami imperfect
The best review of the works l j outline of our plan, we very respect
soine Native jiro.se writer, 35 00 1 ".'"' s,'i' "tir claims to an exten
1 lie nest review ol the works ol
some Native Poet. 35 fjo
The best original tale, 35 00
The best original Poem, 35 00
Their publication to commence
with a new volume and the unsuel
cessful articles to be at the disposal
of the Editor.
Many Improvements will be intro-
duced with a new volume, and the,
sj vie rendered stil! more excellent. I
't asr..res to te the Literary organ
As itasnires to be the Literary organ
j "p ami lest, il is expe.t-
en mat mey, wi tne i.,Ui cc
'also, will libera!! y encourage it as
'such. It congratulate-! the IlVst on
j the succes of their Naval Dcpoit; a
wrk of its own creation.
i t,o .Messenger contains on an av -
,,, :,e sjxtv ),,,. pages, a number, six-
: tern i.aes more than most ot the S3
Magazines &. twice as much as some
ot the.n; nnd is published monthly, at
n5 per annum. The volume, one
year contains 7C5 v'uper Iloyal f),I;;
vii paes. at three tpiai lei's of a cent
per p-ijie. I'"ivo cojiies nr twenty
l! 1:1.1' s.
.i m ; r i c a .v r ; at n y
A Family Newspaper, published
att:ieOllice, 1 12 HivaJAay,
This is a neat Sc tasty weekly pub
'i : itiun, of If) laiye octavo ,ij;e.s.
highly embellished wi'h engravings,
and devoted to a variety of enter
taining antl useful subjects, for rrene
rai use, at the low price of 3 cents a
number, or ."sM a year, forming a
....e vo'ume annually of 9.0 paces.
Extensive preparations have been
made to rentier this a highly inter
esting and valuable publication, l'l-r-sotis
lor warding the money for five
ecopis v ill have a sixth sent gratis.
Editors publishing this ndverti(-iiient
with : n eilifoii;il notice, will be Inr.
ni-bed with the woik for one year.
Li'ioial terms to agents.
The Core n a nt,
And OfFn-ial Magazine of iheOr;:nt)
Leile of the I'ni'e I States.
" I-O.O F.
A monthly periodical, devo'ed to the
cause of Odd Follow shi- mil gen
This work has ' ri published n-L'.
u'ailv every iiin:i!i fiin-e J.intiatv.
I 044. at the very low pii.-c of Two
Ih.l'.ars in advance. The "Oilir-iil
Magazine" is under the editorial man
ajeu.ent ot Kev. Albert Faso. nn!
T. P. Sh iili,..,-. Published in the Ci
ty ol ll.iltiuiore.
iHL'ton. a new l.n,v. semi week v.
and u.-eHv, I h in.Ii-r ir,: I'a.'iubli
:iii paper to be t-ntii!. ,! '
I'MTI'.D S PATES J( :I"IAI..
1:1 Jt r. iimi, tv i k.
I l.e lirt rium!er ol our new pn
per will be issued on the first of May
next, uith :tn entire new ilre-s new
type, line wliite paper, with other
unpoftaiit alterations arid impinvr-
ineii's I he piper will be d.-vot, (l
to a leailess exposition of dt-tiioci t j.- '
pi incip!e: it will zeahmslv :iml 1:n !
'Cm ittini.dv oppose eai-h and every !
eil.irt to establish a maiooioih tnon- '
a:fl,y brml, ; t 1 1 niiscbit-voiis cop,i
j-:;i,i.i anil r.msoliilati.iris of wealth. :
which subvert the rights (f the p.-o- !
pie and iit.ib'riiune the pil'ais ol the!
j tepiil.lic; it w j: ..pposp .-, oppressive
land anti republican tarill system, the
! assumption of ihe Slate debts by the
:L'eneral overnmen l. atnl nil other
federal principles which have an in
J eviia.de tendency to deostroy pub-
lit: prosperity in we as iinlivi.ln-il
I, ' ' . ,, V j
. happiness. A.M.nst all such pol.t.c
injr. iincoinpromisin2 war.
I lie -4iiMKK ami the mk iiamc, who
' m-oiliieo -ill tl,o r....l ..... i r.i
: pi on in e .ill ttie real capital ol 1 lie n a-
,'tion. will find i,l noroA. r !
: . . . r i " ' "-"-
'""'I ' " lr "taiieii ...ie
.c ii i
" ioii' cnerisneii principle
rditor are too wi-l known t
. i i i
,,ir ptit'lic to retpure any pledje
mis poiiu. i o me miscellaneous
dcjiai ttnent. particular attention will
,)f' devoted : 'he ladies will always
''tid in our columns a choice s leC-
'r"m 'be current literature of the
'':lY :ls " original contributions
lr,n "ie "",st talented
umc'" ""f counlivcan boast. A
sive patrona-re to the consideration
of a uenerous bublic.
JESSE K. DOW.
Daily paper by the year, in ad-
vance $10 00
" 44 for less than a year, $1 per
Semi-Weekly paper by the year, in
advance , 5 00
tor less than a year, 50 cts.
Weekly paper Iy tiie year. . . 2 00
' for six months 1 00
Subscription to the Daily for less
I than two. to the Semi-Weekly for
. i t r a j
,less than tour, or to the Weekly lor
j less than six, months, will not be re-
If not raitl wi'hin the year, the
Dtilev paper will be & 12. the Semi
Weekly sC, and the Weekly .v2 50
Subscribers may discontinue their
papersat :uiv time by paying for thp
time they have rocivetl thenv ni'T
Xi IT WITllOI'T.
T'ewe who snbscH c for a year,
and do riot, at the lin e ol snbsciib
v.s. order a discontinuance at the end
ot i. will be eonsideied subscribers
until they order the paper to be dis
continued. Regular Semi-Weekly Packet.
Will Jon-e St. l.tMiicoti Welrtetlaj anil
nml Sntut,In v, nl 4 o'rlock, r. m. Relurn
iui, will leave Keokuk evjry Stindnjr nnd
'rinir-tlay. at 4 ri'rlurk, p. m. , W':trawand
Alt-gaiiilrin nt S; Tnllr at 0 ; l a gr i nee at
7. p tt.:'ainr H..; (jnincj on Momla;
niiil Kriihij.atH o'elm k, . m. : .Mnrion
City at !, . m. ; ll innih il nt ID, l.oui'iana
at 12, ; nnd Clmkiille nt, 1, r. ., tame
il.t v .
'I he fimen.. Nr.. 'J, l.ri. c; t nilt rx,.re,Iy i in , cloloini- or furnishing .tare. Ilia good
for the fra.le, w.th ,:,rat -.. ed. an.l rery i- are all neiere boucht for cash, and mun-
.eonrnr.rnit Uu f..r ,nrn:rr. wilt, ufacturetl under hi own directit.n,exprojly
t the o,.i imi.' of rnvi-i.tion, take the .!. ! or thi market, in the latest and most faih
.l the l!ntpa, nml inn j he relied on fur the ionah'e stvle
an.e f.roni;tn'H, r.irnlruly, and nttentioit
to ..i -sriiL'i'r unit hiper, a iii rt-tofore.
M;.reh Mil I"4". I).
BCOT & SHOE MAKiN.
r"IIK tindersigtied w ill keep coiistant---
ly on hand at his shop in Louisiana,
a supply of 1 toots ami Shoes, made c.
the best Eastern materials. All work
from under his hands is warranted to
stand fat. His prices are as follows: j
For Kip boots, - - $3,2:)
" Coarse hoots, - - 2.f0
" Coarse shoes from 1 to 1,50. I
All other work made to order cheap
er I ban it can be done in anv other shoo
well as Kevnoldi & Ourv. in 15ovlim
j '"een wi" l,e kept constantly ssnpplied
1 w ith his work of every descriptiot,.
1 lflt-.ff'tl-.... OT..
. i ii.iLiHiiiin.
Aiiril mtli, losj;. Iv r
Cheap I C ash!
It. R Ci: V NOI.DS. i, ,.w r.rei.inirBntl
"i i ii.n; i k , !i -t. i ti d .-i-...ilii)..,l - )rT
o. Cmrrries. at hi old tnnd in
Iti.uiinL-.Co i n. w hi, , l.e will e'l vi-iy low
li-r c.i-h. or uit:ihlr proiluee. Il.irin; pur-
h.t'id hi, Sl, k f..r PY HOWS, he i
t liable In ,-: , ,e-,..r i,iln ?0,u hate ever
l-eeli i ir, re.l in II. o pUee." lie kii.illy in
lit. his old rii-toiners .,,,,) the public to
iie Inn. a r.n'; j nl. rin- the nin hie nennv
n pence, Ihe t'a.h or in,
"ZUVhrm't"rt'mM'at d';-:"-.I''-"-;-''!I'e dealt with up
M,t :id. l-ir,. ,f ;cn just and liberal principles, a live-
- - Iv sympathy in their chequered ca-
leer, ami a deepintrest in their char
ThkKkviski.Si a ip rts of the State , ac'er, condition ar:d destiny. I-nor-of
M ssouii, revised and digested by :ance of their condition, opinions, ami
ii; t iii rter n u , ssem I il v. lG-tl -
,,,,!,,,,, under the dire :,i ,n ami
1(Min.endence of Wm. C. Jon
li e tinrterntli Assembly, tnt t
Commissioner appointed by the
s:, .,,... i . o. . i
' " " "r iate nv t
i i , ... . . . . -
' "'"ny, rsi. ..ou.s, o.;'
Louis. Mo. i
T, .,). .ftj.
1200 pa ires, (n "nod thick taner.and .
siibsiarniallv bound, w ill be readv for '
sale on or about the 1st nv nv Ae.
, tit sr m:x r, at the llnoli Siore of the
! subscriber, No. 100 Main Street, St.
; Louis, or of his travelling agents
.1.1 . .1 ... s- O J
imoiio'ioiii me Mate.
A. FISH Ell.
June 1 1th, 181"), 18
To Slave Owners!
rjlIIE highest cash prices will be
paid for mail- or female slaves be
tween the age of filtet-n anil thirty,
by applying to Thomas E. Well's,
Auburn, Mo. For further particu
lars apply tt)
N V Mi mm!, Howling llreen, Mo.
John S.vkathln", Troy, "
D Dkai'kh, Louisiana, "
May 10th, 1815, tf 14
rpiIE first volume of my "Correspon-
deuce. Memoirs &c, of President
Jefferson," has been Ioand out to soni6
one or mislayed. Any information con
ceniiiiK il, will be thankfully received,
as the loss of it will irreatlv deir:.. t iVn,
the value of the set-
A. IL BITKNER.
Bowling-Grcen, June28lh. 1845.
& & Wj3 S.
It LOCK 8 SOX.
T" VE just received at their old
stand, in Ashley, Mo., a large and
well selected assortment of latest style
fancy and Staple
Dry Coo ds,
ALSO Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens
ware, &c., &c.
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 respectfully
invite their old customers and the pub
lic generally, to come and examine their
stock and'prices; their motto being
Quick sales and small profits.
Iron, Steel, Castings, Horse-Collars
I lames, 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,
&c. 11 at the lowest cash prices.
BLOCK & SON
SPRING ND SUMMER
!IK ubscriher hasjust returned from the
city nf New Vutk. (and taken his old
etund, v2 M:iin street,) with an rolire neir
stnt.k of SFSilNU &. Sr.MMER CLOTH-
IXfJ. rnmnriin? rtrrf nrfi'rlp ikuhIIv kpftt
ifavin; fonuet! a connertinn with a whole.
-i'e dry roods houe in the city of N. York,
enables him to take advantages of th? niar
j ket in buy in? usually low at auction. He
can, therefore, conCtieiitly n'Uie buyers of
ready made clotein, that lie uot only can.
; but will m !I tlit iu clothiiij; not only ascl.eap
' but chenper than any other clothinc in the
i city of St. I.onis. Buyers are inited to
' rail nud exauiino btfure purchasing else,
weere. M. BROWS.
i No. O'J .Maiu Street
THE CIIEUOKKG ADVOCATE.
The Ciikrokkk Nation, Pkoprie
TOR. Wll.l.MM Koss. KIITIirt.
rpIIE above is the title of a news---
paper, published nt Taiii.k qi-aii,
Cfici nkee nation, the first number of
which was issued about the middle of
Tiie object of the council nf the
''on of the Cherokee Advocate, is ihe
'Lyi?c;il. nior;il and intellectual ini-
provrmcnt of the Cherokee people.
.1. -lit t . .
ill win ne Of votetl to tliese en.N. rn,l
tothedeler.ee of those rights rect"
. nize i as bt lonL'in' to them in treaties
legally made, at dilierent times with
the United Slates, and of such meas
ures as seem best calculi. ted to so
cure tl eir peace and happiness, pro
mote their prosperity, and elevate
their character as a distinct cotn.nu
nity. In commeneinc and sustaininc a
public journal in the nation, its suc
cess must depend very much upon
the kind lei lii,;s. liberality and pat
ronage of the ciih-en of the I'nited
states. AlllonL' them We are assnr-
ed there exists L'enerallv a desire thnt
cl.-.ims, has liecn to them a fountain
of many wrongs: a fountain from
which they have been foiced to drink
rnarv Litter draughts,
i? ...... .t.: - r
u'm mis L.IUM-, mrasiiresoi no i-
.t - . . .' .
r' ,n themselves uniust, and hi -hlv
? m uiemse.ves unjust, and
j destructive to their pence and pros-'iniii-'
about ' peels, have been conceived and ner-
sisted in to their accomplishments.
with singular pertinacity, bv those
from whom thev have a rioht t. or.
i PPCt and claim protection. It will
j therefore, be the aim of those having
'charge of the Advocate, to enlighten
. II- , .
public sentiment, as far as possible.
as to the feelings, w ishes and proper
expectations ofthe Cherokees.
And while it is intended to make
the paper national in its one and
character, abstaining from nil parti
zanship in the internal politics of tje
nation, it will nevertheless be open
to full but courteous discussions of
any measures of policy op the part of
the United States, which touch upon
or efl'oct the rights and interests, not
only of the Cherokccs, but also of
their red brethren.
The Cherokee Advocate will be
printed on an imperial sheet, with
new type, both English and Chero
kee, once every week, at $3 per an
num, payable in advance. And to
those subscribers, who read only the
Cherokee language, at $'2 per annum,
Advertising wil be done on the u
Cherokee Nation, Sept., 1844.
WILLIAM P. ROSS.