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Wednesday morning October, zg
Sad Accident a Warning to Youths
It pajaj tut to announce to the pnbiio the
eifenmitaacei of a melancholy accident
that occurred just opposite this city, in Mi
eral Assembly of Missouri, is unprecedent
ed and in direct conflict with the cherish
ed principles andusiiagesof the democratic
IfesiJved, That adhering to the usages of
the Democratic tlartv to its organization
and lis faith and cherishing with no lip
nols, en yesterday. A party from this: service, the time honored maxim "every
eooaty were tuning in ine siottgr irom ine."evi'r e cause una nci.ng jt
Mifinippi river, coin n: only known al the
Seye, when a youth' about . 12 years old,
sob of Mr. Diggs Luck, left the party with a
gen in seareh of game.. He had been ab-
'.m t 'a
tent soase time when search was maue
either te return home or from anxiety at his
prolonged absence, and was first seen by
his lather lying by hU gun, a lifeless corpse.
He appeared to have been standing upcn
log leaning over his gun, or raising it
by the barrel, so as to bring the lock in
eeateet with the log, so that the load took
efeet below the right ear and passed out
of the back end neer the top of his head,
scattering the skull in a shocking manner
Deeply do we sympathise with his afflicted
parents in tins sudden and trying bereave
From Ae Missouri Republican.
. DEMOCRATIC AI EETING IN ST. LOyiS.
' Pursuant to public notice, niary hundred
of Democrats, opposed to the appeal or Uol
eat. . . w . t - .a
Kenton, astern dim in tiie.Koiiiuae ui tne
Court House in this city, on Thuisday night
last, I8tn inst.
On motion of B. W. Sham. Esq.. Col. R
- . - f i r . ,
E. Acock, of Polk county, was called to the
Chair, and on anttn of D. H. Armstrong,
EiqiV'Gen. Eagfrth, of Cape Girardeau,
'iehu Redd, Esq , of Palmyra, and Major
Jo os. Jackson, of Howard couuly, werese
lected as Vice Presidents. H. L. Boon,
McFarland and I. P. Ament, Eeqr'a,
-vera requested to ect as Secretaries.
On taking the chair, the President, in a
brief and pertinent manner, explained the
abject of the meeting, after which Judge
saittee of ten to draft resolutions expressive
of the Cease of the mooting. The motion
' prevailed, and the - names of tire following
gentlemen were then announced, to wit:
Hon John M. Krm,Col. B. F. Richmond,
Gen; Wn. Shields, Geo. W. Hough, Esq.,
UoL I, v. Bogy, Col.' Benj. Davies, Uapt.
Themes .. Hudson, ftUj. G. W. Huston,
CoL Abm. Heater, and H. A. Garland, Esq.
' The Cothmfae. having retired. Judge
Birch being leadry called for,onk the stand,
and after Vrief explanation of the reason
which iadaeed 1iira to comply with the call
" mad; upon frmt; fn a bold, eleqaent and
'teattferty speech, of a little more than an
kour, during which, he was repeatedly
and enthusiastically cheered enchained
the attention of the vast concourse present
' Judge Birch having concluded, Hon. Jas
S." Green came forward to respond to the
. vociferous and long continued call of the
tneetin?. He spoke forrieht or ten inin-
wtes, when he gave way for the report of
.die coromiiiee. -
Judge Krum, as chairman of the com-
- aaittetsthea reported the folio win resolu
tions, whieh being read, were put to vote
07 in rresiaent anu carneu uy an over
: W a-atxe, The General Assembly of Mis
eoun, at us tan session, adopted cei tain
resolutions in regard to the subject of sla
err, and requested our Representatives
and instructed our Senators in Congress to
act in conformity thereto; ami whereas, one
of the Senators in Congress from Missouri,
aortas -tl. otarox, has expressed Ins die
. cent from the rineiide and doctrines con-
' tailed ia the said reeolutions of instruction.
ad has also signified his refusal to obey
aid instructions, and has made his appeal
uereirota touts people or Missouri) and
whereas, thij meeting, composed of the con
alitdeut of laid Senator, bavin? dulv con
sidered the said resolutions of instruction,
and the said appeal, as well as the reasons
. M support of thereof, express our opinions
ssj respect uiereto in the following resolu
lidos f -
V Besdvtd, .That the principles asserted in
.vie. resolution of instrnction to our Sena
ten in Congress, adopted at thelast Gen
ertl Assembly of Missouri in respect to the
Subject of slavenr in the States and Terri
tories of this Union, am, lir.hv .nnrnva.l
' Sesohed. That tba rlsht of instruction
fto the represented to the representative,1
ad the duty of the representative to obey
we are impelled b) the highest conside
rations of respect and duty, to regard the
Snrr MiirirrcM Hma. The New York Com-
mercial Adeettiser'B London .eorrerpoBdent, in re
viewing the recent eruel acu of Gen. Haynan, nj
that the hinging of the bUhop ofErMU wa follow
ed by the similar exeenUon of sixty Bunearian
mihisters of tbe gospel, who were tharged with
praying for tbe Success 01 tneir eoainry's cause. ;
luri.l.h n tha mAmlnv fifthe 7th nIHmo. by
4A.J.V w wm-.. .
the Rev. Thomas Owen, Mr. Jan. S. W. Caldwell,
to Mis Edmonia Virsitiit, only cbiM of Major Ed
mund Richmond J and on the evening M the same
daV. the barents or IhU youne ana iniereaitng eo.i-
recent course of Senator Benton, in his re- .h-Mw.iT. y.i.i. oftha Lie e-Preident James K.
fnsal to obey the instructions of the Gener- Po!k,) were Joined in marriage by the Rev. Arthur
al Assembly, in his uhj rovoked assaults up-JlJavts, ail of liaywood eonmy, itmu
wn ttih KnnKtithtinn nf nnr beloved countrv.l
, , . ... . . i. .
as well as unon the principles and usages of A young lady from the eountry oeing mviteu to
the Democratic party and many of it. J S'irberfrfore
tlngUished and worthy members, as a cross.r.i1. ,vi mam Z.,-n,ttn tH. The
Indignity to the people of the State of Mis-Country lui looked eomieally into the mea of her
soun. ana a contemptuous uisreearu ui wis mr uu rr iiieu.
fundamental principles of the party whose n withered. ,
honors he has so long enjoyed. ' . - ZtLi iw. -vi-.j
toiore oeeii tue leeungs or ine connaencenesotathepiesetttSeasonjajISSbarrelsoreran
iif the Democracy of Missouri towards berries.
Thomas H. Benton, his recent acquiescence . m , - ...: .,--
with tbe Wilmot Proviso and free-soil doc Doo AM Ma1. In Detroit four little
trine by his suffering to become the head g!ils fell Into the Hvtr I'toroiS thein wer
of sectional disorganizei s, and the chief of rescued by a large dog,, end.lhe other two
a taction which wars upon the political Taitli were saved by a man ', nut the aog was me
he once - professed, and to which we still first to plunge in. , , '
cling, the political faith which thus far haS
THa First Giin frnm the I jilkft CitV I !
THE DRUGGISTS OF CHICAGOTHEIR IS THREE MOITrHS.
TXTE, the ondersigned, t)ragg!sts ofChieago do hereby certify that the fTETJ
W -.em of the amoent ef our salea of the reperatwa known aa rgtOXkS CZRATED
SCOTCH COUGH CANDY, prepared bv M. Hamilton Wade, a Druggist ef -fHWfT
believe, that it gave aatisfaetion to many of our Customers, who use K as a remtSy in Disesses or tne
BreMtandtung. : ; - ' -
TJ. RTCHlfi, M. D. .. v PatM.
P. 9CAMMON, M. D. ; 8S3 . ; " V. 1
1.358 Packages. T
given power, prosperity and glory to our re
iiublic, and on the maintainance of which,
lepfMids our glorious Union, interposes
ST. LOUIS MARKET. .
. SATtkSAY Evehwo. Oct. 20
ToaAfctb Sales since Thurtdaof 60 hhdx: 39,
rrfuwrt: 11 Daiwed. as follnwat 9 hhds refimed at
t. K ., I J II.HIL.i I AH - fne. itn.u is. c llj -r'f rlOlTl Olll
v..? . rm- A.iM(tk.aAMMi.iniik.' I the folio wintr work as set forth in city or
ana uie nemocracy oi niissoun. VT'l T.T.-nrA. Vr-., . J: .!iH :Uu.j i. ,;m r
That th onion of thm Strntem m"a.mrF'"'"'' 1l:a f- "w F""-
3. w. nv.rt.h k rrt.
lm M. BOYCtj (Br Wells)
T qiwvrn. t. TL
-3 a-is a w r.ki.l v.
Thee eentlemen Infofmed Hie Proprietor that thev etmld have Sold twice the above tpMaWiMK
not tbe elose of the canal prevented then). from receiving it in iim lor mw "-; wrTT. r
that bit fellow Drarri'ts drtd Merchants In the Country Trade, who are not supplied with ttfa popiK
lar article, will lose no time in forwarding their orters. U Diseases of the Breasti ngsw
Medicine f not equalled by anf Simitar laffinouna in tne umra, wm "r--jr-ith
readr nal. Thoosrh ia verv eereeable form, and with the simple appmer "Coos
l. " " . - . m ....... ... i. . I in- wif.a in in
Candy," a a Rmedr in the amictidn
mixt'irea oi the nav. Ton a-nenioa 1
- . I -X
niaciiirv inv ,nrr i ciwir'ucw win, viku. Triti."w uiryiir. Fi tVJi ri .
Ludc nothine btter could be pre-eribed b the inoat aetentine crardi ef oe Veu .CjT'HW
Rot while ! extol the merit, of thia S-rgar Cmpodrtd, t weald wy in jaadee te the Afflletad-that a;
airranon nunng many yean lerTioo in iuw vran nw vihjhikw. w wuusu rj .
BUr Country, hat Convinced me that whan disea is present, an eark call on bsJI7W-
would nrevent mnf.h mlC'rine. and f ave man v douarsi Vearlv expetKlrd for hostMims. . ,
. c ' . Wnu ar. .-. o
J. H. Baairaan It BStttitta, No. 140 Main street, t. LoUlf, Mo., Oeneral Ageat. ' )rders directed
to them, will receive prompt attention. ' '' -'i - L
O- For sale bv the Merchanta of Wiiane. A arte Wp-plfJwW be.kept WHb. tbe Heetrs. Dra'
pen, and Cash &.'Co., which may be had at wholesale price, or On commission It desired. -1 waataoj
Asrnt or Purebaaer in every towe that w nol vet supplieo:. - , . . .
The eeniline article U done up in a neat wrapper, with tbe Scotch Coal of Arms, tan written
sienatnre of Hamilton Wade on itRemember this. - - ' -
t - - ii.-A
ur tne Broneniai urgana,.K is muj qw " .u
,t ... i. i. .1.. ,. li Tii i. f- ' .- -1 tijl 1M a an i
riu not ee moosni nnirna wnen i miiwv -r .
t.w -l-Ll ..uillii iMJl.lii rfileii. fine ths Breast SSw
Notice to Contractors.
Jt EALED PROPOSALS will be receiv.
4J EALED rnUrUSALS
O ed at tlie Mayor's, office in the city of,
Louisiana, MoM until 10 o'clock, a. m. of
Friday, the 26th clay of October, 1849, fof
good country, on board, at $4 &; 110 and 258 bbts
J nod ana cnoice ai sj i a a wn. su ai S4 tat
i, tt. and ISO ektra at $4 60; and iSob ColW
atreet first braou at 4 w inspected. Holdrrs were
anxious ro sell, but in a maloritr of instancea rerue-
rd io close at a decline, conaetinently ef Ihe 8,lX)0
a 2,500 bbts received only about 800 ehaaged hand,!
Buyer offered $4 37 1 2 a 4 40 fo rhoiceand ek
tra. witbOut oblaining.
Wnaiv No ehknev.
in., ine union oi in, oiawa d ,ndUie day previous orgood wd prime at ltt McAdamWng ia accordance therewith on
and the right, of the States, must stand or U $126 t ,ob .. G.or. ttreft.tenty-on. hundred and fif-
tail ingeiner, ana me man isnoi an eniieui- ilovu. wirmronii ana dui aaraaii proponion .J. roitnV . r
ened friend of the Union, who dual not of receipts sold-78 bbh nnbranded at 4; IfiOJj Jqttareyards, (2150) U her Engineers
maintain fir the States which compose the
Union, the sovereign equality, and the sov
ereign attributes which they have not ex
prrssly surrendered. .
Jtetoh cd, That the refusal here and else
where of Col Benton, the servant of the
people, to inform his constituent!, in reply
te (heir respectful interrogatories, whether
be will conform his course to theirexpress
ed will, Shows unequivocally that his views
and spirit ere hostile to our institutions, and
the principles on which they rest that h
Considers Qiitnself the master of the people,
and that they must obey his tyrannical oe
bests, without question or cavil a course
of conduct whtcli freemen sis no ege have
ever yet talerated,.and to which the repub
lican freeman of Missouri never will sub
mit never never!!
ftexoU rd, That the prompt obedience at
all times of the Hon. David R. Atchison, to
the will of his coastituents. meets with our
The. resolutions ha vine been adopted. Mr.
Green returned and con claded life remarks,
which were listened to with the highest tat
sUcon by every sound demucral.' .
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
R. E. ACOCK, Chn.
H. L. Book, Sec'y.
report Ditto., on South Carolina street,
twentV-four hundred shuare yards, f 2400)
ditto, on Water street from the wharf to
South Carolioia street, eight hundred (800)
square yards.. The above will be lettncon-
tracis as per oruiuance &o. su.
Also nroDossls will be" received at the
t.t Lr iim.i xm same time and nlace, for fillioe and sradine
acks or 8000 a 9000 bushels Krom0to berier, three hundred and nihety cUbic yards (390)
buhei sacas rehired.. i-r r0f earth off eouttt Carolina street. Irom wa
Cone avb U4ts No torn in ihe market, last ... .... it.. Tk. ..it n l
-ales of pure at 38 a 40c sacks returned; Sales of. . rr . . ., .
600 a 700 sacks Oats in lob at &fl without, 31 a 32 ken from Tliird Street Also, eight bun-
. . . .a J 1 M X Sr - - a XT
sacKi ineunreu. - I urea owj square, yarua oi graveling, u
Hir Sale-oforiir Timothv at 90e per 100 Ib.' inches deep, oVer the same, including tlie
wriskt Siles of 121 bbls raw in four lota at nr w... . , ).. .w.
Oft sa OA 1. 4- V i i
c...-. fi.l.j k stvi an to 'Dicieu mm uib iuovc wun iuu m tue ibi-jv
16al61-Se. Drv Hide. 7c: Green. S 1-4 a 31. 2.. time as set rorth in ordinance. Bidders lor
Tallow, 7 1-4 a 7 3 8c; Feathers (new), 32c, On any of the above mentioned work will speci
7,' Po,'J?,.ChIVkl,7 f "hat part and hoVr much of the same
tor Beans, $1 60; Cranberriea, 94 a 4 50 perbbh
. Public 'Administrator's Wbtke.
NOTICE is hereby given that tbe taster
siffned has Uken in chafrt th aetata t
Thomas Money deceased.- All persona indebt
ed to said estate, ate required to mail immedate
payment; and alt persons having claims, against
said estate, are notified to present thetti proper-5
ly authentieatedi Tor allowance within one year
from this date J arid' if said claims be not pre-'
sented within thrCe yesrs from this dale, they
will be forever barred. ' " .j
October 6, 1849. ' WU . YOtlG,
j Public Aainitralofftincora county Mis-
loun, in cfcarge of tae above estate. $ 8
WELSH'S EUPORIDU 0! FASHION
Main Street, Ltmiriamt, Mo. ..
THE subscriber having permaneatly loealra In.
this city, re-pectfully tenders his services to
tbe 'citizens, and especially to-those who wish to
improve their persooal pulchritude, who desire W'
mary and to ornament the "human form divibaf
all sneb had better call soon at j.'j
J4WEUH1 EcapoHbBBi M FaurlkW
as he has Just reeeived; direct from the Mast, aB thV
late fashions, foreign and demesne, from tbe Super
entof Prince Albert's coat to Gov. Marty's paau-i
loons. - " -' ' m
. Jobs done Up browa'' ai the shortest notice; Ihd
at low charges. . Loafers, .dandies and gentlemen,
are Invited to eaU tbe latch String alwayseut sjdeX
on Maid street. ' ' i. WELSH.1-
Lnuisiamti Oct 1, 1849.
The age is onward 1 We can look back
now like one wbo, having gained the sum
mit of a hill, retraces with his eves tha toil
some league he has travelled. We may fcee
look back and behold the monuments the Sugar
mementoes, the dangers and disasters of the Coffee -road
; and whilst we note all these, as warn- MolaSset . 1
ings for our future progress we yet sit hfc..ol,0, Yf rn
down to survey them but; casting a single SaIt,Kenhawa
look behind, press once more boldly onward. " Ai
For it is vain to look back. The Attaina- gjgjj
ble only is before us. The Psst is e ladder vl;t.
01 aanu, eacr. rouna 01 wuicn lias crumoiea
beneath our feet; and should we pause, or
turu to descend, tlie shades of uncertainly
and ruin would encompass us. Thrre is
naught in the circle or being, naught in
the range of matter, that is not an exemplar
of the great principle of Progression, and
a continual cycle of evergrowing results.
Naught is ended for nothing dies. Disso
lution is antagonistic to all material or spir
itual things, and retrogression, if nature in
reality discloses such a phenomenon, is but
transient, and inedient towards renewed
BAXKzaOrricx.Oct. 5$lh, 1849.
Wheat 75 oer bushel.
Corn, ,;. .- . 25 eta, per. jd
Oats, - ' ' 18 eta per-det
lMCcn.IIama - - 4to0percwti
Sides, - v 4 41-2
Hemp, - . - 5 a 5,25 per cwf. '
Tobacco, - . -. 1 a 4 . do do
Lard - v '5o6fierlb.
Butter, - u . 10 12 1-2 do .
Flaxseed. 75c ner bushel.
Beef, on foot - ' 2 to 2 1-2 per C I
Dried Apples - 60 to' 85c per busbeL
- ie per uozrn.
- 7 to 8c per lb.
- 8 to 10 per lb.
- tJ5 a 50c per gal.
- Pcts, per bunch.
42o petbiifhel. .
1 65 a 1 75 per sack.
4 1-5 li 5 per lb.
- ' 5 per lb ,
. 1.4 tcr lb.
MARRI fct) On tbe lh Iht, by J hn C. M
ie, Eq., of IhU cty, Mr. Edward Clin and Mils'
lialfte Baley, bom or Stngamon county, Ills.
STOLEN from Mr. Schorlhetd's silversmith
ahon, in Prairieville, Mo., an old fkhiohed, gtitd
Lepine watch : upon tfe face was wLidi Laura."
and the back was reset with aa enamel painting,
a gnd dral broken and defared: My anxiety to
art poamfon or nam watch, is in re on aecoum
ur it bring a family lueuicuio, than Of its rrRI
value. I will pay llie alo ren aril if it N drliv
rred to tiirj rnny rensmiaUe eoniprh'ialiort for
their bid hi foh The whole of the above
Work has heeh measured by the 'city Engi
neer as set forth above, and will be comple
ted under bis direction as set forth by Or
finance. JOHN B. WOODS,
Public Salt3 bf.
IMI tmim. .Vo-The subscriber wruli re
spectfully inform his friends and tbe public; that
he has purchased from Messrs. A. k. B. J. Van
Court thetf &Urt in th abeva hMtse) and leaaW
ed it fof a terra oT yearii and pledges MmselTthat
no exertllh; on his part, will M Ivalitln tosaake
all that favof him with a ball perfectly atkbme.
TK. RimUHF. At Ik. KrA,X. I,u kA Mhl-httL.
AND PRODUCE. The subscriber will -d thron4iht. mM th hfotnii.a KmmMIv anh.
bfler at Public Auction, oh Thursday, the 25lhiJe8wIOBihorehrenovatiug. The location; aa
A particle of sand, could we any information relative to if. .
rrairieville, Oct. 19, 1840. 3w
trace it through all the ramifications of its
utility, would lead u through a labyrinth of
the mightiest words. From tbe sand whirl
that bore it across the desert, to the col
umn which held it as an integral of Palmy
ra's splendor from the fallen and shivered
column, to the tomb of some desert' Emir:
from the tomb of the ssnds once mora; from
the sands to the crucible J and from the cru
cible to the glass' which forms the very ink
stand in which 1 now dip my pen how sim
Tf SB f Visa ranalf.Afcf lia MM-aeiAN. fnt calf
s , .m w - r ,? . a aw as eiiiavii ui i avit a maiuii iui mi
issnraeUonf are among the cherished and is nrbmssion that is motion, sinea tlie mo-
. time-honored principles of the Democratic! Uon must effectaate results.
;P"T JJ,P"Ion; : ' t ' . r J Ba not thou cast down, O little mant who
;M-a!7r ib,t Gener' Assembly ofrt as a sand grain In tha whirlwind of md
2iSSOttTi if the oroner'and constitutional tinn? TWu . ;n....tt. .r 41.. nM'.
. 'we ' . . a e - , mwu is 1111 v k a naT v-, sssv ew wa aa m
"- " wienguu, interests ana sover-lue, and strength and beauty I Through
, t-v. . w. ,n crocioie must tnou pass in my asy, nut
thy destiny ever pieserves thee. Utility
ib the eye of nature is the keeping of her
tkal body to instrnet onr Senators In Con.
greM ia regard to their official action and
dabet is unquestioned and .unquestionable
-aeeordlor to tha damneratie faith. .
-Cs&ftVThat wbanarar tha General! found.
laws. Be thou, then, what tbr hathra im-
pelleth thee, and thy symmetrical lifais
Anon shtltmak-e Harmony, if thou
AWtawy, adopt! resolutions ef instrnction cans) but touch tha right string in tbe gteat
IT , Z7T". v""g" w -egar ro narp 01 numanity - rue iron Man.
tiBlr el5al duties and action, such instruc- ,- - '
; t2 regarded aa the expressed -The postage upon newspapers, drofiped
ww ot peopiegjid it is the brondeo du-into the post-office by Individuals is now
7un inJtrnctadto oftey with, one ant each to any part of the State: and
oa egnteoealiun or resism, tha sacred tniat' tr atiiM.i tiw...... iaa
9 - . O . m.mw. w wwsii -uuitiwuas ivi wiaiailVfJUTOC ftW
IZr9V?'!bi2- . '. - mUeaout of tha fitata tha poifaga toU
Z?T -Pf1 oppeal ot Senator furapaid, except when sent from tha office of
fkTotiee Is herhy given that on the fimt Moult iy
v iu Fcbniarr iirxt, and at my i-tfire. in thri
town uf 11 w ling Groen, in lh ommty f I'ik'e in
the Stale of Missouri. I will proceed. imb!irltf to
adjust and. allow demands' scainxt Ihe ' eftecis of
Leonard M. RmTgeps; a-ideiwd in tnt for the bene
6t of bw creditors, when and .where those having
tlmuis afealusl said. HodBTra. can present the for
allow snce. All those indebted to seU trudees are
requested, to make immediate payment, as 1 leire
to seme up ms Business wnnoui nriay.
Oct 6, 18t9. : A-signfce of L. Al. tSmlgefs
. Strayed .
FROM the underalmied hi April last, a light bay
Mara Mule, two year' oW last Sprint, mlrkd
with a steal! sWallowfork in tHe right ear.
Anv information rrsueeUoc skid mute, aridrraved
te me at Millwood, Liaeem edunty, Mo.) will be
5TSW t hka. aftti. aivuf other lnilll of tha Mint
age. that 1 would sella bargain 1ft, if. application be
maaa oy tne nrst 01 iMesmorn . .
October 8tb,'4fl-4t. H.T.MUDD.
- FltfAL SETTLEMENT.
fxYriTIP'R I. havaKa 4an. that tha tf iularaiaird
administrators of the estate of David C. M.
Parsons deceased, late of Pike county, will apply
at tbe next November term of the saidecantyeourt
for a final settlement of their administration oh said
estate, when and where all persons interested may
it. ir thaw fhtnv hmm,. -
JAMES W. CAMPBItL, J ..'
v SAMUEL PHARR, . . JAta
o-s?r.- ,1849. '''aw.
V ALU A BLE NEGROES, LASfo, STOCK.
w AND PRODUCE. The subscriber will
bflier at Public Auction, oh Thursday, the 25th
day of October.next at his farm, five miles, bo ve indicated, is opposite the most active part of
knitthUiakt from KnWlino- G-MTi- in Pike OrtinfvJ.k T .a : .v. v.
" - - D ' JIIUIV B1HI COIIIJ WflTBWVW 1U Ui. HWV
all his Stock, eonslstine of Hoes, Cattle, Sheep, mercantile and manufacturing part .of the dry.
Horses, one yoke of Work Oxen one, Wagon, The situation is healthy, tbe roofae alryVand sus
Plouehs, Harrows, Wheat Fan. &c, &c. Also ceptible oT thorough" vebtilktionr ' "f ' -: "
the Tract Of Land on which he lives, conUiningj The proprietor has spared no expense In fit
208 ecreav of which 160 acres are in cultivation, tiDg up this house. His table shall be farnifBed
Shdlhe farm in srood repair; with comforiabIeWjthtbe best the mat ket affords. At the bar .Which
hasbeen refitted & rurniahed in a superior style,
ha has bh hahd (having removed hil stock of
wihes. iionors and chrara from ihe Viririnia Ho
tel Bar) and will continue to keep; al he pur
chases irom the importer in Wew. rerk, a sup
olv of the choicest brands bf Wines, iiduoH
and Ckars, and hopes to. receive H share of pa
tronage, proportionate to his endeavors tb please.
, A. v. rxAKxlAOl rTDpTiewr, "
ave v e kftew ' v asaaaer a .sans saiBejsjS msmmmm ve
tbe above, to return our thanka tb bhr. friends
and the public for the patronage sb liberally be
stowed on us during our lease of. thklllssourf
Hotel slid would resbectfUllV rectdnmend acdV '
tuuahcebfthe natromura under the new man-
agemehLaa wb are, assured that there will be"
no deviauon from former, charges. ' '
sept-24 A. &B. J. VAN COURT.
- Public Administrator Notice. . r ::
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersjg4
ed has Uken in chsrfre the estatfe bf Wili
liara S. Applebeity,' deceased j all. persons ifi.
debted to said estate are required tomakli imifis
diate naiBvent and all bersons haVibsf daima av.
gainst said estate are notified to. present them,
properly authenticated for ilhjwance, within one
vear from thia dStei and if aaiil clarma ka swtS
pr ef anted within three years from this data, they
win oe lorever oarrea. f ..... ; ' .
of Pjko cowujr, andex-offlfli, ada' of W-a.
iapi6viirum,awiu, ' 1 f 1 - I
.August 27th, 184! y '
Brick Dwelling; Honse. all necesisrV eilt bttild
ings, Apple Orchard, jke lie. , Also his Crop
now on the farm, consisting. of about, forty acres
of corn in the stack, lot of bid corn in the crib.
oats && Also five likely Kegroes three ofj
whom are strong able bodied men.
Terms of sale will be made known on the day
cT sale, but terms of payment will be liberal.
Pike County, Sept 21, 1849.
"biMLirriox or PABmiuHip.
TflE Partnership heretofore existinc under the
name and style of H. E. Block A Cou has
1 this tav been dLsolved bv mutnal.eobsent. ft. E.
Til I. I I 1 J iL. . ; . r . . .
Pike, in the concern, will alone be anthorisedto
nse the name of the firm In , liquidation,
PVMAN E, BLOC.
The niiderslzned havine pnrchaaed tbe. entire
interest In the firm of H. E. Block A Co., hereby
notinea all persona indebted io said firm, to pay
thrlr at-erftints Umi.noles immediately, otherwise he
will or necessity be eomnell-d to have themf eol
lectrd by law ; and 1 give this notice that hasje
may blame me for th course I may have to purses
in ornrr io ch.ii-ci SSKI aeoi. ,
Oct. 10, 149. I HYMAN E. BIOCK.
TIST of Letters remaining in the Post Office'
A at Louisiana October 1st. 1849,which if not
taken out in three months, will be Sent to the
General Post Office, as flead letters.
George T Ashhiirn
It. II. Alexander
E. F. Adams- '
Avefv R. Battcum
J. W. Bennihg
John C Beasley
T. H. Collina
Miss Martha Dumoht
James R. Grey
Martha R. Jackson,
Harriet Long .
Jamfca MeCormick 1
A.S. Morgan '(2)
William M. Prion,
Mary A Pettihohe '.
(. G. Soolfield
William H- Strawbe
John P. TalHVrM
John W, Watssh -f
L &. fl. Westfall
Jones Teaief -.
William A. Jopea'
J. RICHARDSON, Postmaster.
. r LAW DAVi : -
JOHN C. MASSli, iustlcs of the Peace, whl
w bold 8 law daV in Louisiana. An Safantav. Ihj
ikll J.. -J X7 . ' ' "
-w "'-iw snu
NOTICE. !. hereby el ven to all Uersehs Inte
rested, tjat the rieit November term of tbe
eounj oouHof Lincoln eountyj Mo., I will ap-
y tor a nut aniiemem at ute .esraie et James
W. Ransdald, deceased. ' - , . ;
-. '- RICHARD WdMACK, Ada'r.
jSe-pt. 10th. 1849. . . ' , 4w.
IkfOTtCEl Is hereby giveii that the undersign
ed has obtained from tbe Clark et Lbs Pike
County Court, tetters of admin is trail dii on the
estate ofEve Wilihoit, deceased) dated tba Hef
enemoer tow. , ,v . .:, ,t :iti-, ? 1m.
All persons having claims airsian seU esssasfe
are requested to present them m trpQf J,
fron the date of satd tetters' apd if notfireeenc
ed within threS vaara ffasa aaid Ata-tiaV wilt