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THINGS 1 CANNOT DO.
onnnot bring niy heart to sigh,
For one, "I've never seen" not I.
I cannot let my bosom burn
For her who wcrini not in return;
I cannot laud a reuhy lip.
On which I am forbid to sip.
1 cannot praise ihe glossy carl,
Of an unknown ami "hearsay" girl.
Until her smiles, may on me thine,
I cannot kneel at beauty's shrine.
'Till I have 6een her "noble brow"
My stubborn knee can never bow.
I can't consent to be a ' Fay,"
At midnight hour, my vows to pay,
Nor in a "Fairy" band to join,
Willi Fiddle Flute and Tamborice,
In what is term'd a "Serenade,"
To any Sleeping ''unknown" maid.
For should she waken at the noise,
Created by sonic rowdy boys,
She'd think the devil was to pay,
'Twixt fairies, elvts and ".Vr. Fay.'
And no true lore, of hers was there,
To vent his passion on the air;
Amidst the rabble in the street.
To lay as otFring at her feet.
And should she be a girl of "mind"
She'd think the frolic was design'd
By some Salt rirer dashing blaJe,
In honour to her Chiimbtr-mail.
Mini 'i n rex.
Lost Creek, Aug. loth, '-35.
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"JVOTICE is hereby given, to all cred
' itors, and all otier9 interested in
the estate of the five wards of the un
dersigned guardian, viz: James R. Rus
sell, Harman J. KusselJ, John P. Kus
sell, and Mary J. Clanton, (late Mary circulation ol ihe LxrosiToii into ev-
, nit n - i . r i f
J. Rusell, and Susan A. Poinuexter, ierv pnrl f our rdonojs Lnion. we
(late Susan A. Russell, heirs now 21 1 ma;. .he follow.n-proposals: ,hose
years of ne, of Robert Russell dee'd, (who forward ten dollars! shall receive
it,.. i,A nn,t.rc;,rT,o,t will !.r,r,t , 1I..L1 . r .. . .
... ..... .r..j "."itii'vnira! iifsioroui: year: loose w 110
nexwvugusi (erra 01 me. luonnromery
county court Missouri, for a final settle.
merit of her cmrdianship with said
wards. FIDGET RUSSELL-
V. 14.11 OIUU.
May 17th, 1SL5.
'VfOnE is licrby given, that the m.dr
1 1 rigncd lias nl.tained of llie Clerk of tlie
C .iiintv f'ourt tf Pike county, lettors of Ail.
in!nitratinn on tlio estate of Thoman Cun
nin'liam. ilcc'il lienrinp date 5th July 1845,
All persons indebted to said eatate, nre re
yiestnj to make immediate payment. AH
j.cr.sons liaviu r.tannfi against said estate, are
requested to exhibit them properly autbenti
.a,cu, w.um. U..B .,.,i ..u... - ; v. , .,!,,, , ai)y kind of work Hint may
lottera, or thov may be procluded from having . . . .. ' , . J . . J
, a-a r . i e i i -,.i oe'" hi' line of liu'iiie, on the uioft rcii
any benefit of snucsta'c; and if not exhibited i .......
w.thin three ve,r. thev will be forever barred, ) '"fur, anil at ll.e .hortct notice.
JOHN C CUNMNtiHAM. AdmT THOMAS HONS.
July 11th 181. . 'in -'Ji Ma.ch 13th, lt-15
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DEMOCK T!C EXPOSITOR.
vsari' fcrm: jouitxit. for tiis
We issue to uy t'.e first number
of the new seiies of the D-ziocratic
Erpnsior, a;: I I'niteJ Status Journal
fir the country, which we consider
(lie cheapest publication ever ollered
to the jntronngc of the Americtn
public. It will lie published weekly,
instead of semi monthly in hereto
fore while under the charge of Mr.
Kendail, nnd although it will contain
more ihur. double the amount of mat-
iter, there will be no increase of the
subscription price. The new pub
lishers propose to furnish their sub
scribers with a volume of
Ht t!i r.npri'ccilente.! ;,w price of
'JNE bOL.AU ONLY!!! Heing
r the cheapest periodical ever before
j issued in this country.
The Expositor wiii continue to be
a fiii'.hfui and fea:less expounder ot
the true principles 0f Jollersoriian
Iiemocracy. ns it has been under its
late highly gifted edi'.oi, who we nre
encouraged to hope, will materially
aid us with articles from hi eloquent
en; its paeswiil lie adorned by
contributions from the mcl distin
guished political writers in the L'rntcd j
Slates. Neither pains nor expense
will be spared, to make it worthy id
being c m-idured n text-book for the
1 Vmocr.icy, in future generations.
The publisher intend it shall occu
py llie l.i;;h ground sustained by
N:!s Weekly Register, in the palm-,
y d:iys of that useful publication; it
shall be a record of important poiiii
dal facts, for future use Sc rcfeicnce.,
a well as an able expounder of still
more important political truths, whi h
will live through nil time, and even
tually, will revolutionize the world.
We shall unremittingly and with
the whole soul, devote ourselves to
the cause of universal republican ed
ucation; to this end we shall zealous
ly endeavor to reform every relieve
in America, nnd establish n cytem
to educate nil the children in the. land
in the saving principles of Awrictin
Liberty, instead of. as present, crow
ing up in thoughtless, unprovided ig
norance, or what is even wore, if
pos-iblp. becoming indoctrinated with
the baleful principles of Em:h-h m.n
nrchy and aristocracy, the only .sys
tem of education pursued at our fash
jonible seminaries of biarninj.
e shall oppose ail monopolies
a hi.'h Protective Tai id" - pa: tial leg
islation any National tank Dis
tribution Assumption of the State
Debts with unhVggin;.'. linrcniittinj
pal. A!l lt:t-e. as wen as inner
Federal heresies, trill l hiinl'f !
vitli'iut ira In short it shall be
a volume worthy of I. rim: p:
by every lover of our lepu'.l
n in -
; We shall i-nv the stri -l- attcn -
. . . .
tion to its busir.e dei.nr ment, .
well ns to i'5 editorial. Those who
i wi.-h to subscribe mav place the most
j imj, licit relience upon our pledcre
j t,at. it shall be published and mailed
; encn W.P.: ur,f:,ymf. prompti -
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,,ld s!i.,h,P!it m.rn to'
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I that ihey shall reach their destina
tion ia good order. With this brief
find imperfect outline of our plan.
we submit our claims to the natron-
age of the Democracy, with unsha-
ken and undoubting confidence ilut
we Khali be renerousl v supported,
t r r c
ti n ,- rr -, j r-
II. I. VI.-, i
be published weeklv: each number
ii . - . . , . ,
will contain sixteen close! v jirinted
p,ges, makintr FIf'.lIT HLrM)RKD
AND THIRTY-TWO to the vr,! -
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one, igr im: unusual low iiiicm oii.m.
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In nr.'er Iri r-Tten.l trip
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Lonthi - .rnc.ir.rthi. ...ice to ri,!.,
serrncrlls. f volume of ;,.;,i'r!
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j 11 (110 w r a in. nieiius are es icc.uiiy 1
1 ... . .. , ' ,
jreijuested to exert them.-.elves in ob-
tannntr us subscribers.
JESSE E.DOW, ,J"Tok"'
Washington, D. C. July 3, 1815.
tVTg'ie uniUrfigntd liavin; located in llowr-
J&m 'itiw.(rCA.i i. nr.nnr...l I rl T".... (.
e"i " '" -
S70TJCK i here!)- givi that the un
iXl ilcrsi.-nrtl ti.heii out letters Teftn.
.Miliary on the estate el" Mines l.
TF.iriiiiiiu ilrcfa'iv?, lnfe of P.le County
Mi"onri, bearing date tin; "I-t iliiy of
.tine, ll"). Ail pcr-ons. therefore, ill-
lehti d to tliu e-O.te of a ill derea-ed, nr.- re
.jiierteil to imike iiii::nili:itc Miieut ; anil
1! i'i ri"in liavin elaiius a:tit mi.l e-tte
are re.jiielo.l to rxiiitiit tlu ia propt-ily n
liu nti( ate.!, within one jtar fruiu the date
., fai,l Wter, or V-.vy may ho prer!iii!el
iVoiii !iain any tieiti lit uf ?aiil e-tate, anil
i I sn ill r'aiaii nre not io.'-enle,l within three
) cau, thty ivill lie i. icu r I,i,im:iI
il. ANPLTvS'JN, I Wr.
Jt.ne CCth, IO Jj. 3 a 21
tjii: soi Tiu;ny
'Tlie IHiuIiwooa of .linerica.'
S." a ytai" in aclvnut'c.
II. II. MINOlt, l'dit-rfc IVoj-rict Jit
Axtistal by Ar.! ritus South.
On the 1st ol'.Iariuv.iy net (10 J5.)
tlie 8oiilheni I.iu-iafy .Messcni;ei
coiiiiiienc.es its Lievt-nih ""v.liime and
the patri-na'.'!' of the put Tic. is respec
tfully solicited for it. The present
Lditor has now om.ltictoil il f-r more
than a year, and the encouragement
he lias rt ceivi d le:i.U him to expect a
lame inciease ol siih.-vriptiotis. A
the ttnrMiiis been ?:istaiiicd. under
no ordinary li.-ulaatay;e.t, for so
lotvja time, it is entitled to the liber-.
. .- . i .- i .. I
U support ot every iiieno iu leners.
lis reliance lor patri-utiee will be up
on the interest and justice o! the
public and ns own literary merits.
Kscncwiair ail huuilns.i and extrinsic
i'ou: ishes, it w i'.l ili jitini tor its suc
cess upon i;s contents and charaete:
Il is euij.h itic illy a Southern woi !,
and appeals ei rc.-sli. to i!,c Soi,!i..
whese character .-iii.i jii'erest, litera
i v and social, il aims to ulip dd and
prooiote. la the South, there are
thoiisauiJ. w ho can c: si!y alior I it.
and tiiev are pa;li.-."l -niy urjed to
coiie lot ward and ai-:l in intiiest
injits ci. culatioti.
Tiic JlesseiiL'er hai now been es
tablished more than ti n years. i!i, i in lT
which it has ovorcon;f- many 5c '-.'I cat
obstacles; and attaiue I a wide eiicu
iation and a vei v bijii . hmaetiT.
Theellolts of the pre,. lent I'.ditor
will i'i strriiootisl v pirectcd. not ti
ly to the j ie.,i rvato'li l its ancitnt
laioe. but also to i;.i crtist .iit iic
1'iovcmeiit. In tl.i, she il.i'terin
ci luminals he has recc.ved liuru.a
the last twelve mii".. led him to
that he h'i ai ea.i V
Tin; mvnM'.i'Tt -i;
Are ntimeroiis. eo.r,: i:i' Pii;
ioii il and Amateur Wiitiriji ol tin-lir-t
(iifilitiction. ( I-t-at xpei.-es i-:
inferred ami oira: ;lip fie:i to
si cuic an abiiiniant i: !" ' ! n;te:
i r i nr ij intnieti.-e in.i"i r.
.' ,.; ' .'or
t '. 1J. I lav.feii.
j N:'--ii- A'.itho: i
i L. '
Autl-ir of ;!,
Lieut. M. F. .Mauv.
('. S. .. ' Wa.-!.ir
W. (Iilm .re Sim, L! I '.
1 1 Ico. Fre,'.-: i-k 1 1-hie s.
! Mrs. J. T. Wc-rlhitiu'toii.
IF. L. ll'le, llhrens
1 W. W. Andre ,v. F SC..,,.
II. I'.. IIut. Fi.ilad.
Amc! icus Si iith.
( )i-cii.'.i'ttil C
I'res. Tiicmi K. Dew, 1
l'rof. (len. Tucker. V
J. II. D. '-Arthur..!' the Ii-- )
toi v an Adventure,'' &.'.
j W. I!., !'. S. Charge Ita
- W. M. 15., F. S. Charg.
j Dr. S. II. Dickson,
Jl'.'e !!. M . Ciiailton,
,' ., ' '' ,, .. , .
! And man v others, in Ihe Sou-h and
i , - .. ..
; ,n arI' ever',sl:,?c 111 L!'"i";
j,0,"e wh,,sc vc,is we aoli!'1 fc'1""1)'
mi ..!, ,- ,
J lie content-: wn be cvceedin- v
j .11 leu, ern.;T.ieirj irvn s. ;a:es, po-
varii'.l. im::r:i."iri" rpvu-1 . o.
! cms, essays, travel, sketches, b:o '-
' - . . 1 ' . i
D..rc r.n l!,f '.,., i-.iu- I .
' , i ,' i . " . ,
national interest, luerary tnte h 'encc
1 , , . . . ' ,
: e.'M, and domestic, and notau-s ,,
! ,,cw f' Wu" oi ":('"t
"occanally be inserted.
j 1 lie leaning principle is tne prc
motion of a iure Native Literature,
n.i - 1 . 1- . 1 .1
.'!hl l.:,dev"l('' "r11"1 Sl""
U ,lU UK .W.
j urns are oflered:
or tiie best paper on the present
, , r 4. 1 1
state ol American letters, tl-c nros-
'jpec.tand means of their improve-
j inont, ... -o 00
I The best review of th" works of
jsioiiip Native prose writer, .t.S 00
I The best review of the works of
some Antive I'oet, 35 00
The best original tale, 35 0U
The I est original l'oem, 35 00
Their publication to commence
with a new volume; and the iinsucl
cessful articUs to be at tha dL-posai
of the Editor.
Many Improvemf tu will be intro-
dnced with a new volume, and the
style rendered still more excellent.
As it aspires to be the Literary organ
of ihe South and IFest, it is expect
ed that they, and the Nonh & F.nst
also, wi'l liberally encourage it as
sucli. It congratulates the IFest on
the succes of their Naval Deport; n
work of its own creation.
The Messenger contains on an av
erage sixty four ptic a numl er, six
teen pages tr.ore than most ol the a.
Magazines: twice as much as some
ol them; and is publi-hcd monthly, at
s;b ju-r annum. The volume, one
year contains 7C5 Super Royal Oe.ta
vo pages, at three (pi u tei s of a cent
per age. Five copies for twenty
.1 m k n j a a x p j: .y a y
A Family Newspaper, published
ntthe'Oilice, 1 12 !3r..adw.-.y,
New Yoi !;.
This is n t.eat fc tasty weekly pub
i .atioil. of 1 1 large octavo T'es,
highly embfilihed wi'h einjtav ings.
and devoted to a variety of enter
tainiriL' .and useful subject .-, for gene
ral use, at the low price of 3 cents a
number, or .si a year, forming a
....gc volume anmi slly of OMi p.i-es.
Lxt-'iisive j rejiaralioiis have been
made to render this -,i .i.-hlv inter
estiiiL' tltid valuable publication. Vr
sons oi war !m the morie v for f'.r
ecopis v. ill have a sixth sent (.Talis.
I'.iii'.ors publishing thi.-- ad vei tisenu-ii'
with an editorial notice, wii! be lur
"ished wit'i the win k i" :" one e:.i-.
Lil'i'i'al terms to aoents.
The Cove n a ,
:A Oiii-'ial M ii-ainc i.f the lli.md
Led'e of thr l'nid States.
j ! .. F.
j. monthly periodical, drvoted tr the
I c:i'ie of (hid Fellowship and ei n
J eral literature.
j This work has been pub!ihed rc'.
o'ailv every monlh miicc Jmh Mtv.
: loll, at the very low p'ice i! Tw
Dollars in advanc. 'J'he ( )iiici c
Ma'a'ine"is ender the editorial uian-
ajeiiielit ! v. !'i !l Case, an'
T. i'. Sliailner. Pul.i-h d in the Ci
t V of ll.ii'.iiiioi e.
For j iiiili-iiin.-. in the ci:y ( Wash
in: ton. a fieiv d iilv. Keiui veeL)v,
I IT II ii-
aii l wi'r.v. I 'em. if ratio kc ;::! i
cs!i t riper to i r entitled,
f.mti:dstatf.s j i iixal.
r.l .1 s-r. 1. o'.V. ,'v i .).
The fist ma., Icr ol our i.ew pn
per w ill be issued on the ! y.;
i.ef. i:h an en tire nr-u di e- new
. hue w lute ;i
t l.-.:i! altera!!.
!. 1 he 1 1;
t.. .1 fearless ; .,;iion o! .i ii ratic
pi inciplcs; it w ill zeal,.'i:-!y and un
.eii.ittingly op..-e caeh and evert
e!:'. it to cviable Ii a nirn rio!i ri...in
archy bank and m'sehievous crp..
l-il'.oiis and cono!ii! aliens of wealth,
which subvert the rights ,( . j.rn
pie and uinfermine tlie pillars ol the
lepii.nc; it wnl oppose an oppressive
and anti republican tanll system, the
assumption of ihe State debts by the
general government, and all other
j federal principles which have an in
cvitaole tendency to deostroV oub-
1 lit 1 .1-.. I leill V- .'OS ei.!! r-.c in. tl, !.!,,-.!
happiness. Agaiii-t a!! such poliii,;
al delusions ve shall wa.re unchariL'
ing. i;ncomiromi.in' war.
The KAitiir.n and the mk-imm.-, win
produco all the real capital'ol the na
tion, will find id our paper an iT.wa
vering chompion of their inalienable
rights: the long Hum ished piinciples
lol the e.litorj are too well known to
the public to require any pledge up-
jon t.'llS pOlllt. J O tliC llIS''( !;tlCOU
, di p;;: m.er.T, particular atici.iion wiii
be devoted: the ladies will always
: find in our columns a choice selec
tion from the current literature of the
day, as well as orijitial contributions
Irom the most talented writers of
which our count! v can boast. A
genera' summary of" foreign ana do
mestic, news will lie furnished.
The conductors have already se
cured the aid and co-operation of a
hnvre number of the most distinguish
ed literary and political wiiters of
the day ; arrangements will also be
made, al the earliest period pr.s-ible,
lo embellish our columns by the con
tributions of correspondents from a
broad. With this brief and imperfect
outline of our plan, wc very respect
fully submit our claims to an exten
sive patronage to the consideration
of a gener.His bublic.
JESSE E. I SOW.
Daily paper by the year, in ad
vance. A ..... . AlO 00
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' per month.
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j less than four, or to the Weekly for
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Dailev paper will be si 2. the Scmi
Weekly .SO, and the Weekly s2 50
i a year.
Subscribers may discontinue their
papers at any lime by plying for the
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Those who Mihs-eriho for a vear,
and do not, at the tin e of suhscrih-ir.i-.
order a discontinuance at the end
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U. S. .MAIL
Will leave St. I.m.iunn Wcilridilaj anil
and Siil.int.iTc, ;ii 4 oVWk, P. M. lielurn
inr. will Ir.ui- I.'ii.knk cv.iry Sunday nml
Tl. ur-il-. . t ! o'el.ir!:, r. M. . Wnr.i.-iw anil
A Ii-x n nit j In nt Fi; Tul'v at (i; f.iigr i ugc nt
!,!. M.:aiiH' . I -i - : iniinrv on Atniul.iv
ni.il I ii li. v, t ..'i l..rk, a. m. : Vnriou I Ja J ' ' om ,n0
fit t vi. ; ilrtrih.il :.l 1(1, i.uui;iai.n " ci.,Jr of -New Vork. (mill taken I.isolil
l I-', m ; and f liokniile nt, 1, p. ii., i.irue -,rin,!, ' ' Main street,) with an entire new
lavs. sti-ok of SPKIXUA. Sl'.MMK K CI.OTH-
M e l:..rr i, N.i. , heii ; l.uilt expressly eornpriiins ivory article usually kept
l"..r the tru.li-, will, iru-at shm-.I, nnil very fu- io c'l'tniniT or furr.ilii:i sturc. cnixU
! ,',ui ar.-iin.ii..!i(i.iii- f,.i prriiL-nr',"HiiI, ! ar! a" newi were bnuskt for ca-h, Bl.ii lunn
.il t!.r .ij-ciiiui i,i imvi'-.itii.ii. tik,. the plan: j af-'ctureii miilcr his owu diiccti,.n, c ro-jly
.f I! .
I'itci: . ;.,. i..-.v i.p r.-livl on for the
March Mb 1-1"
GSGT & SHOE LnAKiN
' CMIF. iindersiirned will Leeji constant -lv
on hiinil ut his shop in Louisiana,
a siijiply of" Hunts and Shoes, made o.
tin? lii-it Eastern materials. All work!
from under his hands is warranted to ,
standfast. His j. rives arc as follows:
For Kip hoots, - - J.'5,25 1
( oarsc Loots, ... 2.:0
" Coarse shoes from to l,.r)0.
All other work made to order cheap-
er than it cm ho done in any other shop
in the county, i ainplieil awaits, as n;it"ion. in r.rovidir;-f.,r the puhlicn
well as Reynolds & Oury, m Bowlinff ,; fl(te rhemkeO A.ivocnte, is the
(.reen, will he kept constantly supplied ,.hvi,Cil. II10r:i, nml i.-Hectua! im
w ilh Lis work ol every description. i . c .. -.. . ,
V I W 11 SV II1TI1 ' piovi ineiit ot I.'r' LoeroKee peiile.
April H'iih, 13-15-
7SL O-s- fynjiWd.
. ii ii.
Ni II.DS, id noiT recti, in,- nn.l
. r!i -. lirtcd aortmPnl of Irv
,V ihitceiii". nt hi, old land in
-'(.. ii, ivhir.h ), will tell very low
, ,-r Tiiiahle pro.li:cr. I la v in j.nr-l.i-St..rk
for PAY mV, he i
i l,:i.i .!
I loll. I.
. I ri.eaper than rno.J have ever
! . I. .11. red ill (bis nU. e. He kin.llv in
i:l -f .,1,1 . ii-l, .inn- ni.d the I'lihlie (o
.iie I. in. a r.a! ; pre ft nui; tl e .liii.Me penny
to the 'low H x ( cnee, the f.irh or .a
down 'te.n will be adopted nithuut dii-(ii..-ti.,ti
Tut. IIi: isiaSrAiurKs of the State '
..f M ss'.uri, revised and digested bv
the thii t' t-nth Assembly, 1CM &. 5.'
published under the direction and su-i
perititendcnce of Win. C. Jones.1
Comioissioncr ajpointed by the:
Sir.it; and piinte.i for th.e State bv j
J. W. Uau-herty, St. Louis, Mo. j
The above wnik. containing about
i .n. i l .1 : i ,
i , , nil '.I i , ,-
sufistantiallv bound, will be readv lor
i ."'j ';i:ji-:i, on 'oo,i ii ck in iier.ani
sale on or about the 1st pay ok r-
,t st xi:xr, at the Hook Stare of the
.1 . ;i .... v , r, it c. . o.
si.i.sriilier, Ao. 100 .Mam S rcet, St.
I ,,.; r r I- . ir .
a. !..', ,-l iji.-v it ,i, e.iiir ii.-m
thiouidiout the State.
June Mth, 18Ij, IS
VflTlfT - .... ii -. iiiieiuieu io niui.e
, , ,,J . I ihe paper national in its one and
r-ilir l.?,i .Te M"erS' n i i racier, aiwtaiaing from all narti
'BillL ni'Miest cash prices wi be L,w.i,-, ,. - . p, ... L ,
L . i r c i i i i zanslup in the internal politics of the
p.d lor n,.,e or female slaves be- nalion jt wi nevcrth5es" be orcS
ween ho age of H tern and thirty. ,,,-', JVllt SJ"
to I liomas 1j.
lar.s aiuily to
For lurther particu
N 1' Minok, Howling Creen, .Mo
John Snk.athen, Trov, "
D Iiiai'ku, Louisiana, "
May 10th, 1G 15, tf 14
rplIE first volume of my "Correspon
A deuce. Memoirs &c, of I'resident
JefTerson," lias been loand out to some
one or mislayed. Any information con
cerning it, will be thankfully received,
as the loss nf it w ill greatly detract from
l lie value ot the set-
A. II. RI CKNER.
Bowling-Green, June V'Sth. 1815.
n loch soy.
TF VE just received at their
ctanil in A cIiImv Tn a l..v-a
' ... . . . , j . ...w., aa migc ALli'i
well selected assortment of latest style
fancy and Staple
ALSO Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens
ware, Sic, &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 trenerally, to come and examine their
stock and prices; their motto being
Quick sales and small profih.
Iron, Sfeel, Casting?, Horse-Collars
Hames, Trace-Chains, Nails, Window-Glass,
rutty, Linseed Oil, Tur
pentine, Cod-Fish, Mackcral, Garden-Hoes,
Sad-Irons, Sole and LTp
per Leather, Louisiana Flour, &c,
&c. 11 at the lowest cash prices.
BLOCK & SON-
SPRING .7ND SUMMER
I ,,,r ""rket, iu the late.t anil luot la-h-
I Ilnvir.i forniet! n ronrrotion with a whole
j s-le dry eonds hou-e in the city of N.York
I ciialdet him to take advantages of the iuar
ktt in buying unially low at uuctioii. He
lean, then f.irp, rm.SJrntiy iiie buyers of
! rra.'.y made cloti-iii'. that lie uot oi.ly can.
hut will s II them clothing not only B3 chea
.but cLf!iifr than any othi-r clothing iu the
' rity of t. I.uuir . JhiyerJ art, invited tr
c;t.I ;itnl t'xntmno before
,c I., ........5 ...-u
Ni. F) .Main Street
nil'. CIir.KOKKC ADVOCATE
Tiik Ciikiioxfk Nation. I'noriur.
Till!. il.I.I.VM lloss, F.I ITOrt.
rillll, nhove is the title of a news
j npei, mh!is!ied .it Taiu.k ii-aii.
Vhetukce nation, the first nunihrr of
i whieii w;is issued about Ihe middle oi"
' August last
The ohjt-ct of the council of
il ni;i ". ntvoitii ru uirsi' T.us, nr.il
to the deleiu-e ol those rights reco,r-
'''z,vl 115 h''-'i:C!i)' to them in treaties
leiially iiKi.ie, at dtllerent times wi'h
j the Fnited Strites, and of such niens
uresas seem hes t calculated to ,c-
;cuie their peace nnd h.-tpp'mess. pro
mote their prosperity. Mid elevate
iheir character as a distinct com.nu
nitv. i In romnieneinp nnd sustaining a
public journal in the nation, its suc-
., , .
CCSS Illtlsl itepellil verv IIIUCll upon
the kind fcoliij. hhern'it v and p:it
ri.nne of the ciiirns of the United
St:itcs. Ainonp them we are assur
ed there exists jrererallv a desire that
the Indians should he dealt with up
on just and liber:.! principles, a live
ly sympathy in their chequered ca
reer, and a deep in t rest in theirchar
acler, condition and deslinv. Ignor
ance of their condition, opinions, an I
cl.-iims. has been to them a fountain
iof many wronps: a fountain from
which they have been forced to drink
: many bitter draughts.
From this causr, measures of pnli
' cy in themselves unjust, and highly
j destructive to their peace and pros
pects, nave necn conceived and per-
i :.. .i . .- .
.sisieuKi io uieir accomn isiiments,
i. ,.: i... - - ' , .,
, .-.....o. I't i iiit.iL.iiy , uy lliusc
from whom thev have n rin'it to
i rrl-1 ""u i i.iiiu I'loieciion. ji
! i,.irr i , r .i i
' 'nerelore. he tue aim of those hav
pect and claim protection. It
( charge of the Advocate, to enlighten
j public sentiment, as far as possible,
jasto the feelings, wishes and proper
expectations oi me tlierofcees.
An. I ,.ImU ; ;.. i
I -... i. una tll.-.r-llA3ll.ia Ul
.my ...I.,. mm i s ui poncy on me part ot
the United States, which touch upon
or ell'ect the rights and interests, not
only ol the Uherokecs, but also of
their red brethren.
The Cherokee Advocate will be
printed on on imperial sheet, with
new type, both English and Chero
kee, once every week, at 3 per an
num, payable in advance". AnJ to
those subscribers, who read only the
Cherokee language, at ,2 per annum,
Advertising wii be done on'the u
Cherokee Nation. Sept., 1841.
WILLIAM 1 KOSS.