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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER-
FabsrasMl eves Mtardar Moral af
6. F. MURRAY.
S. F. M array.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MLT'ILL promptly attend to anybtisi-
neas that m:y be entrusted to his
Terms of the Banner.
For a sinele epy, in advance. $2 00,
If not in advanca but duri.ig the year,! i.txisTRATOR NOTICE.
t)J 60, if after the expiration of lhi ; " "
r. S3 00. Fer a club of Six subsc.i-j NOTICE is hereby given, that 'i
bars, in aivanee, "flU. tor len sup- uncei Signed has ouameti oi L.eiik wl.,r, on the eats-of
riben. in advance, $15 00. ( the Count- Court t Pike i- -lvnty j
er dree latt;
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WILL promptly r-ttend toall busi
ness entrusted to his care.
TroV, Mo., Oct. 1 I ih, 1 845. 3
FINAL SETTLEMENT. ! also, will liberally encourage it as per month
WJWOTinE is hereby riTi.1 that the an
Ati derizned has taken nut letters lefla
V OTIC is hereby given to all credi- such. It congratulate, u.e e.i u
tort or others interested in the es-! the forces of their lNsval Deport; I
tate oi Nancy Overman, cUx'd, that at work of ils OVn creation,
the next term of the count)- court of Lin- Tlf Messenger contain on an av
ooln county, I shall make a find settle- erage sixty four number, aii-
ir.ent of said esUte as Administrator t,en nines more than most of the $3
'thereof; when and where thoe interest- (M:ipizini-s & twice much as some
1 -.1 ...... - ( . rwl I f .1 J I. i-lirt mnnllli' at
ed can attend.
RAND.7L B-fRNES. Mm'r.
October 1st, 1845. 4w33. "
Pike c-vjatr decerned. ia of IMe ( o. -hj Mi
- an l.ti.r. in iha Editors, ilat- the I 111. Oct.
5 - , .! O.. 11113 ii-'.jfcf ....... -
.1, m ist be fost rata.
Rate of AdTertisin;.
xejfca For one square of fiAcen lines
r uiider. one insertion, 75 cents, for
each aubsequent insertion, 38 cents,
A liberal deduction to those ad-
Tsrtisinc by the year.
JJh Advertisements not Marked with
tba number of insertions required, will
be continued until otherwise ordered,
EaUTLT REDUCED rKlCE FROM $k TO
$3 PER ANNUM
PROSPECTUS OF THE NEXT
(o 17th) VOLUME.
The price of the Democratic Re
view has heretofore been too high
Hot for its size, cost and character,
but for the means of tens of thou
sands of readers who would be glad
to receive it. and among whom it is
highly desirable that it should circu
late. For the purpose, therefore, of
largely widening the range of its
urefulness, and of multiplying the
numbers of those to whom it miy
be accessible, it hua been determin
ed, simultaneously, with the great
reduction in the expense ol the post
age, to reduce its subscription price
also, Irom Fivt to only Three dollars;
and when severnl unite in subscrip
tion, to as low as $2,50, or even
230 per annum
This very large reduction in the
receipts (accompanied with but a
aomparatively small diminution ol
i'.t expenses) involves, oi course, an
entire sacrifice of profit upon it, un
less compensated by a vast multipli
cation of its subscribers. There will
be at the outset only a small reduc
tion in its number of pages; soon to
be restored to its old number, with-
j.'J j All piT'.xt-, thprt-ioie, lUclthli-i! t.
Iniiike iiiinicuiile mvinenl; aii'l ail wrmiii.
'lie .state o! Jcso . Shaw,
bearing date te llth Oct. 184 5
All pprsins nmii (..uii.a .in" 'y :fc,nt cinn ngaint (Riri ntnlc are r-iei
SSld fit.tte, ire reqnesieu lo exn 1 1 t,l to exhibit them pioperlv aiillieniicHU
them nroner v authenticated. Within ! within one yet fioin the date ol ani
or.e year from the dnte of said let
ters, or they may be pieciuded from
Imvint any benefit of stid etite, &
if not exhibited within three years,
they will he forever barred.
M.4RY J. SHAW.AdWa.
Oct. 18lh, 1 645. 3u35
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
BT :itue oi a I),.- t 1 ft. zu'- '.
(n the undertitued, bj William bn-wn
hit it a it if m-.ssi;ivr;Fn.
"The Itlackwood of America."
81 a year in atlvai:cc.
B. 15. MLXtV.J, EJii.ort IVoprictoti
Assist'il fni Arterlcus Smth.
ten, or they umv be preclmle.1 fmiD l.- n .1 . . ,,f I.,n.larv next 1845
inS y b-ne6t of ..id "l.le, d if sal , 8ulhern J,eraI v Me,ne'l
clniroi are noi piefented within Ihiee yean, - r
thej will he r.'.e.e. h.rir.i I --mmenres its Eleventh olume and
WESLEY 0 TROWER, EmV. the patronage of the public is respec
Oct lti 145. jtfully solicited for it. The present
pivi"sFTTI FMFNT. j Editor has now cundncted it for more
.. ! tlmn a venr. and the encouragement
1YOT1CE is hereby given to all j ,)e -ecpj ved e:uU lim to expect a
- ' creditor, or others inieres.cu . . ,a jncrease of subscriptions. As
the estate of Ramey Laforce, dec d K work haf bepn fust:iind. under
that at the next November term of no ordma r jidvantajres, for so
'I:- P-t- c-unty con. t. I shall make a , j, js pnM f(, (.
rinaiscuieiiier.ti. ' S-as-.ns .-i -i-,
of the.n; and is publi-licd monthly, at
tr..Li.. l .
iteraiy paper OJ tn yetf. . . rffr
- for six months. . . . . j q
Subscriptions to the Daily for Us
than two, to the Semi-WeekJy he
less than fotir, or to the Tr eily hr
less than six, months, will net ba re
ceived. la . . ...
it not paid within the rear, tae
Tlie volume. oneiDailev narer will be .tl2. t'h. s ,l
vai-contains 765 Super Royal Octaj Weekly $6, and the Weekly ft ft-
VP lnjM"S. ai llirre timiici a win cir.
ner uaae. Five copies for twenty Subscribers ma iHmm;,,,.
doilais. j papers at any time by paying for to
! " iiitw ivceiveo tnem mux-
j Twse who subscribe for a resr
j and do not, at the time of subecribl
! me. order a disconiinusnceat tfia ana
;of it, will be considered subscriber
j until they order th paper ta be die
be.rinf date the 10th day of Oct , 1 M4.
coniryine to him a certain tiact of land in
Tike county .V , on the wntari of bif
Catoaiet Creek, anil bounded a follow .
beginning at llaary Schooler, and Xoah
G-iflith'i corner, and with aaid Criffilh',
line toMcCardj'a rorner, thence with Mc
Oardy, line to A . O. GooJniau't coiner
lhenci with inid noorlrnm, line to a.-iid
Schoulera, thence with 'aid Schooler! line
to the hrcinninr, cr.i.tainint 97 ncrei and
forty one hundieritht, to lerurelo William
Bnppe,, the payment of a certain Note in
disfavor, and against said Brown, for thr
sum of c:U9 :!U beaririR rren d ie with
said e!erd of lriit, due 'he 1st flay of A u
t'it 1""45; ha will proceed to sell all the
right titlf and inte.cst of the .aid Brown,
conveyed to him by said deed, at puhlic
.Auction for rash in hand on the j rrniiie,
before the star hone of Joseph li. Kin,
on tha first dav of Nnvemher nrlt. totis-
fy the said noic interest and all t, he I letters, or
as S '
tween the hours or III o'tlo-. na
5 P. M. of said day. I shall only rr.t.ej
such title as n'd u a by said dead of
Oct. lltk, 1P45. 334.
i t n..wvna . . i anArif riui,.' e-A ) at I & r?
mintstrator thereof; when and where j ,u oj, patronage wj be p.
rn tie interest and justice ol the
public and its own literary merits.
Escnewing all humbugs and extrinsic
those interested can attend
JAS. L. LAFORCE
Adm'rof Ramey laforce, dee'd.
October 4th. 1845. 4vM.
lldurishef. it will depend for its sue
j cess upon its contents and character
It is nnphaticall v a Southern work
''("ITinF is herebv piven. that the
IV unrip i tiimpil hn olit.'iineil of the and appeals exiircs1:-. . to the South,
Cl'k or the County Court of War
ren Co., Mo. letters of Administra
tion with the will nnnrxed, on the
estiite of James C- Kundeil, deceas
ed, bearing d-'ie the 1 st Sept. 1 15 15
All persons having clsiim a-
.rainrf sn'd estiite, are i c.jne.-:eil to
rxliihit them properly :i(.:'. nMi-alrl.
w ithin oiip vear inn.i the date of said
ttiev iuav be precluded
from having any h"tiHit ol aid es
tate, and it nii exhibited within three
veais. tbev will b f:; revet I arrer.
FREDERICK II. DRY DEN.
Sept. 27'h, 1845, 333.
chard, and a never failinj well.'aad stock
water in abundance
Oct. 11th, la45.
ticioated success of the experiment " ,h" "caasary out houses
ahall justify it.
The portraits of distinguished dem
ocrats will be continued engraved
in better and more costly style than
The postage will hereafter, for any
distance, be on'y five ana a half cents;
it has heretofoic been, for over 100
miles, eighteen cents.
We look for on extension of cir
culation to be reckoned by tens of
thousands, as the result and compen
sition of this great redaction of price.
Every friend of the work, ana of the
democratic principles and cause, is
confidently eppealed to to exert him
self with an active interest to procure
it subscribers; both to extend its use
fulness, and to carry it successfully
through the crisis of this great reduc
tion of its receipts.
Those who have paid in rdvance
for the coming year, will receive it.
at the reduced rate, for a year and a
Land for Sale!
farm upon which I reside. 5 mile, west 1 TV OTIC L IS hereby given, that the
of Louisiana, immediately opon the Paris j X 1 undersigned has obtained of the
road. The tract contains 320 acres, 100 of - Clerk of the County Court of Ralls
which is ander rultisttioo. I'pao tba place CountV. letters of Administration on
hrre is a dwelling hotf.e, barn, c.ll ni ; . .. Qf Ceorpe CilUsme. dee'd.
bearing date August 9h 1845.
All persons indebted to said
Thosa who wirh to parchato had better tate, are requested to make iii.inedi
call and see for theaselves. I.ttepavment. All Deisorii ImvinL"
claims against s.ini estate, are reques
ted to exhibit them properly autht-ne
(iff VARIABLY IN ADVANCK.)
fliafla copy, HO I Eight cupie., 2 gfl
Four copies. II 00 Thirteen do. S'l (!fl
It will thus be seen that when thir
teen copies are ordered at once, the
price is broticht down to about &2..
SO each. For six months, half these
These raies afford high induce
ments to agents and others to inter
est themselves to procure it subscri
bers. The cash system anJ psymant in
advance must lie uncompromisingly
adhered to. The past relaxation of
it has caused an accumulation of not
far from 10,000 of debts due to the
work. Hereafter this must be w hol
ly reformed; nor must either the
most eminent political frier.d or the
most intimate personal one, be dis
pleased on experiencing its applica
tion, in the stoppage of thirnniuber.
OT CE is hereby given to 1
creditors or others interested in
the Est.-itn -f Jo-ph Sitti-n, deceas
ed, that at the next November term
of the Lincoln coi-.nty court, I shall
make a fin:il settlement -f said es
tate, as Executor thereof; when and
where those interested 'an attend.
October 1 1, 1845. 4v34
ticated w;thin one vear from the dat
of said letters, or they may be pre
cluded from having any benefit of said
estate, and if not exhii.ited wi t'li
three yrars they will be foi ver '.t
MICHAEL JONES, AdmV.
Spt. 27th, 1845. 3vv33.
jVOTICE is hereby civon to nil
j TTAI K yxsl received at their uli
j -"- "- stand, in Ashley. Mo., a larfre am
whe.se ciiarncter and interest, litera
ry and social, it aims to uhfiold and
promote. In the South, there are
thousnnds, who can er.sily alford it,
and they are particalaily urged to
cciuc forward and asiist in interest
ing ii eirt-iiialiofi .
'i i;a Messciii'.'r ha now been es
tablished more 't.i years. during
whii-l. it br.sovorcome mnv iltKro.it
obstacles; and attained a wide circu
lation and a very high character.
The efforts of the picsident Editor
will be strenuously pirected, not on
ly to the preservation of its ancient
(nine, hut also to its constant im-
prov.'iiient. In '"'f the flittering
estimonials he has received during
the last twelve months, leu him to
believe that he hut ahead v aucceed-
Are numerous, embracing Profes
sional and Amateur Writers of the
first disiinction. Great expenses is
iucurred and great pains arc t -!-et) to
aecme an abundant supply of inter
esting and instructive nuttier.
Judge 15. Tucker,
C. II. Hayden.
Ans-toi, Ai!' .ore.i ot
I V. Author i..' U.e 'pi ize Tale." Va.
Lieut. M. F. M mry,
lT. !S. N. Washington.
W . l-iliu .re Snr. LL. D. )
Geo. Frederick Il'ilmes, i
Mrs. J. T. Wtrihington, N. York
I'. II. Hale, Illinois.
'.'. W. Andrcv, I' S C mnil, Malta.
1 1. B. Hirst, l'l.iiadelj.hia.
Ai.'iei irus So,i''.
t'cctisii'hiii t tinlri'iulors.
'I hotii"i It. 5 " w, 1
A M ERIC A .V P E X A r
A Family Newspaper, published
at the Office, 113 Broadway,
This is a neat & tasty weekly pub
lication, of 16 large octavo pages,
highly embellished wiih engravings,
I J . I . ... r .
uuu iiruiini in n viirieiv oi enter- n. W.... n
laininrr nn1 n..r..l ...K;.,. f ! . "t-iAn noss, EMTOB.
wT "V .1.. f- -r,--.. " i "T"; the title of. ncwa.
THE CHEROKEE ADVOCATsl
The Cherokee Nation, Paopa
rai use, ai tue low price OI 3 cents a
number, or .$1 a year, forming a
)-.ge volume annually of 936 pages.
Extensive preparations have been
made to render this a highly inter
esting and valuable publication.- Per
sons forwarding the money for five
ecopis v ill have a sixth sent gratis.
Editors publishing this advertisement
with an editorial notice, will be fur
nished with the work for one year.
Liberal ter ns to agents.
paper, published at T.r .,.
Chet okee nation, the first number af
which was issued about tha middle af
The object of the council of tk
nation, in providing for tha publica
tion of the Cherokee Advocate, is tba
phyifcal, moral and intellectual im
provement of the Cherokee people
It will be devoted to these ends, sod
to the defence of those rights reco
inze l as belonging to them iD tretliir
lega 1 1 v made, at different times wit
the timed States, and of such mea.
nr.. mm 1. . i
ri-iii ucai caiCU filer! la
T h p fin rp n n nt cura,h'irPec-"h-ppiness, Prv
UV 11 a ni ,! mote their prosperity. A JiS.TL
And Otfieial Masnzine of the Grand ! lhe,r cnacter as a d'istinct com.
LeJe of the Uni'ed States. j """
l .). ). p. i n '"'"i'ng and sustaining a.
x ,11 ,j , . ir'uU? Jou"al m the nation, it. fuo.
A monthly periodical, devoted to the cess mut depend very much
cause of Odd Fellowship and gen-1 the kind feelings. IibeTality
ronnge uf the citizens of ih
Klntsa A ... .1
......... i-oiuog mem we are assur-
ed there exists generally a desire that
iiimnns snouid oe dealt with
on just and liberal principles, a liTl.
ly sympathy in their chequrJ mt
reer, and a deepintrest in tl Jk.pw
acter, condition and destinr.
ance of their condition, opinions, aaa
claims, has been to them a foantaisx.
of many wrongs: a fountain fros
which they have been forced to ana a
many bitter draughts.
F rom this cause, measures of MTi-
cvin themselves unjust, anal highly
destructive to their peace and pro.
pects. have been conceived ..j ...
lusted in to their arr-nn.r.l;.k
with singula- pertinacity, by these,
from whom they have a right to t-
t ",,u protection. Jt wil
ni,(h ar soy.
v. Mo., a larre and : 1
lh F.state of S.imnel Benn. dec'd.J well selected astorlment of latent style ' ' 1 r"'- Oer. Tucker,
that at the next November term of;'"ncy anatapie
the county court of Pike county, Ij Dl.' HOOilH-
ahall make a final settlement of said ! ALSO Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens
J. B. D. "Ai.ti ..ri.f ihe His
tory ri Adver.ture," tc.
I l.tirian Minor,
This work has been published reg.
tilarly every month since Jr.nnary,
1 544, at the very low price of Two
Dollars in advance. The "Offici.il
Magazine"is under the editorial man
agement of Rev. Albert Case, and
T. P. Shaffner. Published in the Ci-1
ty ol I5ltimore.
For publishing, in the city of Wash
ington, a new daily, semi-weekly,
and weekly. Democratic Republi
can peper to be entitled,
UNITED STATES JOURNAL.
T JESSE E. DOW, & CO.
The first number of our new pa
per will be ifsned on the first of May
next, with an entire new dress new
type, fine white paper, with other
irr.pori.int alterations and improve ' therefore, be the aim of those havi...
ments. I he psper will be devoted j charge or the Advocate, to enlightea
to a fearless exposition of democratic public sentiment, as far as r,n..;w.
, liuciples; it will zealously and un :a to the feelings, wishes and prepay
leriiittinglv oppose each and every expectations of the Cherokees.
en. r: to establish a mammoth mon-. And while it is intended to mike -archy
bank and mischievous corpo j tbe paper national in it C7l9 anc
rationa i nd consolidations of wealth ' chnracter. abstaining from all parts-
which subvert the rights of the peo- j zanship in the internal politics of the
p!e and u'l.irrmine the pillars ol the j natii. it will nevertheless be open
republi.?; it - i!i oppose an oppressive : to full but courteous dum..;. r-
:.nd anti republican tariff system, the any measures of policy on the part of
assumption of the State debts by theibe United States, wh'ich touch tinea
estate, as bxecutor thereof; when
and where those interested con at-!
GEO. CAMPBELL, Ex'r.
October 11 th, 1845. 4w34
ware. &.c, &.c.
Wl.ik il.... .r. .iAi..n.;n.j i. ..11
very low lor i-.iit or Uoo.: Aier-
TVTOTICFi is hereby eiven to
. .in i.iii ii iiior, .
i W. B., IT. S. Charge Italy, V
! W. M. B.. U. S. Charge .S. A.
M. B., U. S. Charce S. A
l'r. is. 11. IJickson,
chantable Produce. Havinir purchased . L. V.
their stock at a very small advance on Judge R. M. Chariton, Georgia.
i-astern cost, they are therefore enabled A. IS. Moek, Alabama.
to sell the iame much cheaper than they L. C Cist, Ohio,
have ever before been offered in this. And many others, in the South and
tre Tit .r. . t'e --t .-, j:r P". r:.'-:e r",;,"ry- eyteepeni-y m m-aily eeerv state in th- Union;
theoMteof Elizabeth Smith, dee d. ; '" u,r" , " ' V" f''m ''os veils we would g.adly
that at the next November term of L, "i i ,i ., , .remi e.
,w ",e" ",uuu The contents will be exceedingly
Qum tales and small profits. ' varied, embracing reviews, tales, po
ems, essays, travels, sketches, biog-
the county court of Pike county, I
shall make a final settlement of said
eatate, as Administrator thereof;
when and where those interested can
C. T. SMITH, AdmV.
October 1 Itb. 1 845. 434.
FALL AX D WIST Ell
At Xew York Pi ices.
THE snhscribw has just returned from tha
city of New Voik. and leruoved from
Iron, Steel, Castings, Horse-Collars
Hames, Trace-Chains, Nails, Window-Glass,
Putty, Linseed Oil, Tur
pentine, Cod-Fish, Mackcral, Gar-'
den-Hoes, Sad-Irons, Sole and lp-'
per Leather, Louisiana Mour, Sic, ;
&C All at the lowest cash prices.
BLOCK & SON- i
raphy, history, popular sciences, pat
person tlie Navy. Army, and other
national interest, literary intelligence
loreign and domestic, and notices ol
new works. Selcrt i ?s of merit will
occanailv be inette.l.
The leading principle is the pro
motion of a purp Native Literature,
und of :t devoied National Spirit.
With this view the following premi
ums avi offered:
-r -t I... . . .
it tney negiect mis rule; the vital I No.. V to No. fi2 Main street, th. ti iri .tore
necessity ot which, at the present above hi clJ stand, win re he now open
reduced rates, must be obvious to '"P nn splendid as.oituient of m-
I pcrior ready-made I 'lutr.ii r comprising ev
T ..-tit. . i ery article u.ually kent in a clniaine or fur-
IVo communications will be taken L i.- . ,j. . .
, , , c . nnhmr store, li t roods are ull i?w wrte
irom tne post ouice unless tree ol
AI! communications, both on edi
torial and publishing business, must
be addressed, henceforward, to the
undersigned. Those relatircr to the
A LIST OF LETTERS,
1 Kemainir.K in the Pest office i.i Troy.
Mo., on the lit day of ).:!., which ii"
f not taken out in tlir. t tl.. ...ill 1...
; sent to the general I W OlKce a. dead ! ,P,:t an'1 "','::,!S '
A,tr. v i i. lne K'st ritfw of the winks
general government, and all other
federal principles which have an in-
eviia.,le tendency to deostroy pulv
lie prosperity as "well as individual
happiness. Against all such politic
al delusions we shall wage unchang
ing, uncompromising war.
The farmrh and the mkchasic, who
produce all the real capita! of the na
tion, will find id our paper an unwa
vering chompion of their inalienable
rights: the long cherished principles!
oi me eouors are too well known to
the public to require any pledge up
on this point. To the miscellaneous
department, particular attention will
be :. voted: the ladies will alwnv.-
r.r -IT. .U. . - " -r
v., , ,C iiViub nna interests, net
only of the Cherokees, hut also of"
their red brethren.
The Cherokee Advocate will bs.
printed on an imperial sheet, wiiL
new type, both English and Chare,
kee. once every week, at $.1 per aa
num, payable in advance. And to
those subscribers, who read only the
Cherokee language, at $2 per annua
Advertising wil be done on tha tv
Cherokee Nation. Sept., 1144. '
WILLIAM P RO l
JI be undersif-ned havi., e.,e j. Umfm
m lmr-Green,is preparer) I eat Toaifc,
(rave-stnna.. . .. .
of b. i. hi. ii" r h' r;.'"'
li. ---. asasi raa.
hnd in our columns a choice selec
ion from the current literature of the I
flaV. 7l W-aII si nrirfinnl r:t... : !
.fc.fit., fii,i IUULIUII3 I t.rave-atonaa, oranv kind ar
from the moat .ni.l i . .. .. "' "J 'aa or
... - - . .. i . . . . ni una ill
whic'i our country can boast. A
getu .-l suiiiiiiary of foreign anil do
mestic news will be furnished.
The conductors have already se
cured the aid and co-operation of a
large number of the most distinguish
ed literary an.l poiitical writers of
the day; arrangements will also be
bought for en.h, and mnnnfactured under
his own direction, expres -!-- for this market,
in tho latest and most fashionable stj In
Havinf: formed a connection with a whole
ale dry roods houe in the city of N. York,
enables him to take rdvantages of the mar.
ket id buying usually low at auction, lie
I'm tin- bst papc on the present
st.:U- ol Am. i ion) letters, il-e p,,.. ; made, pt the earliest period possible.
their improve- to embellish our columns by the con-
tner :. - on iributions of ccrrestiondeata from n.
Maseh Mtsx IMA,
List of Letters,
settlement of the past debts due the can, therefuie, confidently assure bujers ol
WOrk will be Still addressed U Mr. re,',T mait clothing, that he uot only can.
H. G. Langley, 8 Ator House, ihe lat. "s" ,e" ,,'ec"jt''i;' not "'":''
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