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cress. This awful Thunderer who hurled
his anathemas at James K.Polk and his ad
ministration, who boldly denounced the last
war and- plead the rights of Mexico, who
turned a fold shoulder upon the gallant
Cass, and gave his GREAT. name to the
support of that arch traitor, Martin Van
Burea, has a peculiar right to advise and
counsel the democratic party of Pike.
Hear him, oh ye Benton men of Pike ! and
rail? to the blast of his bugle. Its clarion
notes are heard through the whig press
calling the Benton men to arms. He has
proclaimed a war of the clans, a war of ex
terminatien. With the motto, "Delcnda est
Carthago" n faction must be destroyed
he calls you to fraternal war. Then ral
ly, Bentonians, sally all, for the destiuction
of that faction, who in days gone by, have
fought side by side with you, in many a well
contested field, against those who are now
the counsellois and advisers of your chiet-
tian. You may then enjoy the heart-felt
satisfaction of knowing, that you have con
tnbuted to dissever and defeat your own
party, at the instance of him who calling
himself a democrat, votes for frees oilers and
whigs, and promulgates his political senti
ments through the whig press.
Washington, Dec. 82 p. m.
. In the Senate, Mr. Pearce presented the
credentials of David Stewart, elected a Sen
ator from Maryland, who was sworn in, took
bis seat, and then the Senate adjourned.
In the House, members proceeded tobal
lot for speaker. 1st ballot Cobb 31, Win
threp 102, Potter 29, Richardson 23, Gen
try 7, Strong I z.
2d ballot Cobb 16. Win tl.ro n 102. Wil
mot 7, Boyd 14, Potter 40, Miller 7, Rich
ardson 16, Strong o, Uentry o, scattering 9
3d ballot Cobb 9, Winthrop 102, Potter
48, Boyd 22, Miller 8, Kichardson 12, Wil-
mot 8, Gentry 5, Bayly 3, scattering 9.
A motion was now made to adjourn, which
It is believed that the resignation of Mr.
King, or Georgia, has been received.
: 4th ballot Cobb 7, Winthrop 102, Pot
tes 61, Wilmot 7, Boyd 22, Richardson 6,
Miller 6, Gentry o, scattering 9.
. Mr. Butler, of Pennsylvania, offered
resolution, that Mr. Winthrop be Speaker
of the House, and that he be authorized to
name a cleik.(Muchlaughter.)Mr. Thomp
son, of Massachusetts, suggested that Mr.
Cobb be elected cleik. Mr. Butler asked if
that would be acceptable, and added, if this
be a bargain, at all events, it cannot be
a. .1 . I . .
private one: me oDieci oi tne resolution is
that we have an tiranitu.., i..
get the public documents and lay them be
fore the country, as me rosi master feen-
erall had arranged expresses to distribute
them through the country.
Mr. Stanton, of Tennessee, said he would
like to know whether there had been any
engagements made to carry the report of the
Post Master uenerai to Baltimore. daugh
Another motion was made tj adjourn,
Sth ballot, Cobb 6: Winthrop 102: Wil-
met 7; Boyd 17; Potter 70; Richardson 5;
MilWr 5; Gentry 5; scattering 8. The sixth
ballot" now proceeding.
Whingto, Dec. 85. h.
. Sixth ballot, ?obb 5; Winthrop 101; Pot
ter 76;Wilmot 7; loyd, 10; Richardson 4;
Gentry o; scattering 155. Mr. Cobb voted
for Potter for the first tinu Mr. Winthrop
did not vote, neither did Mr p0er
Mr. Holmes moved an Wnment!'
Cries of no. Mr. Holmes i, mty f
ob, no! but I say oh, yes! (l"ger.) The
question was then taken to adjour. Bnd lJle
., Q"Daniel, in a late speech iu Boston, .jj
" Gentlemen, there is something on cart1,
Kater than arbitrary power. The thun-j
ythe lightning and the earthquake are
terrific, but the Judgment of the peopla is
more so. ..
Cholera in Jacksom. We learn Jfrom
Hoft. John Scott, who returned a few days
ago from Jackson, Mo., that Metiers. An
drew Summers and James McLean, of that
olace.'died verv suddenly on ' Wednesday
last, of cholera, or a diseaxe similar to it;
and that there were several other cases in
the town and vicinity. It is supposed
however, that the recent "change in' the
weather has arrested the,, progress of the
diseue-Ste. Genevieve Democrat
'"' Barrison Branch, Esq., editor of the
Lexiafto: Journal, a Benton paper, has
bwi indicUd by the grand fury of Lafayette,
fat writing bud publishing libellous matter
Bgeuut ute.cnaracter ot uuge ditch, oi uis
' ilasmaaa CottHnftttta &tmm -
a wse ear' , y - i
" A Senator of thirty years'standiDgt, z
claisad ilr's. Partington, on' readme: one b!
Benton's speeches. I 'spoie he must be
tird aiaading, and intends to pass the rast
ot bis tune tvintt.
r . 9 . .
AH. . VVUSIIS ASH CnHl
Every editor of thk journal has left i
IO as, rvDg is x-vsiaent oi veiumow..voi
lege; Webb is appointed Minister to Aus
trta. ni4ba tVird goes to tbe N. Y. Legii
MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17.
The Louisiana Lyceum met on Thursday even
ing, and organized by electing officers and ap
pointing some of the standing committees. A
resolution was introduced instructing the com
mittee on the judiciary, to report a bill at the
next meeting to abolish capital punishment.
The Lyceum will meet This Evening (Mon
day) at the Church, at 6 o'clock. The rules and
regulations of the house will be published in
pamphlet form, for the use of the members.
Business will be conducted in parliamentary
order, and the institution, we hope, will be of per
manent benefit to our city. A large attendance
is expected, and tfhe gentlemen of town will
doubtless become members. The evenings will
be pleasantly spent, and the favorite opinions of
any may have a hearing. frK-k u
Meeting this evening at 6 o'clock.
The Weather and River Newa.f' T-
The weather, for the past week has been of 1
no doubtful character, but marked by its old
rains, winds and snows, as sober it intend The
river has fallen to a remarkably low stage of wa
ter for the season, which would make it difficult
for boat to pass, if there was no ice ; the
latter, however, has been running heavily, but
lighter within the two last days, which argues
that the river is closed not far above.
The ice and low water together, have knocked
trade and travel, on the river, into a "cocked hat,''
and lodged several luckless boats hard aground
upon the sand-bars. About the first was the
Robert Campbell, that was grounded upon Cin
cinnati bar, about 15 miles above Louisiana, more
than a week ago. The Mary Stephens passing
up the next day, refused to go to her relief, for
fear of a similar fate, but passed on a few bun
dred yards and "stuck" fast, where she dow re
mains "high and dry." The Robert Campbell
was pnlled off the day after the Mary was ground
ed by the Ureka, that also worked some time in
abortive efforts to free the Mary. We nnder
stand that her bill of expenses, two days ago,
was near $1500 for assistance. They sunk a
"flat" in trying to relieve her. During the day
on Friday last, some 18 or 20 barrels of pork
and lard were taken from the river opposite Lou
isiana, supposed to have been thrown overboard
from the Mary Stephens.
The Oswego, on her downward trip on Fri
day last, ran foul of a sand-bar just below, but
in sight of Louisiana, where she is now floun
dering and puffinig like a hapless lobster. The
Clermont No. 2, passed our city yesterday morn
ing bound northward, but how far she will pro
ceed is doubirui. The America appeared in
sight of our city about an hour behind the Cler
mont, bound northward also, but failed, after sev
eral hours in efforts, to cross- the sand-bar upon
which the Oswego 1 fast, and returned to Clarks
ville to lie up. Her passengers, about 40 cabin
and 20 deckers, arrived, here yesterday evening
and took quarters at the different hotels. They
are bound for various points up the river.
The Softs.' Among the delusions un
der which Col. Benton appears to be labor
ing, is one n which he makes himself su
premely ridiculous: Without seeming to
know exactly what U is about, he hops
rougii-snoo upon ine so-called softs.' and
gives them an indiscriminate tongue-lash
ing! He does not appear to know that some
of those whom he black-balls as 'rollens,'
are the most clamerous in his support! Has
tne oia man become so bed-rid as to in
clude his friends in tbe grand 'pork-killing
which he Contemplates next August? If so
iney win inaeea do 'something rotten in
23The following "rules" are posted in a
New Jersey school house;
"No kissing girls in school times. No
licking the master during holidays."
- 4 rlcOMMBiriCATED.
d, on tbe 25th uft., Mr., maav oatixn,
coHot oi William Smith, of this county, in the
32,1 JV of her age. - '-.
in b jeath, another evidence is given of the
uncerta, tenure of life, and one more lesson
Uuht. at the truly pious can bid adieu to'
tvjbtt, with calm composure;
V" . teased was a kind and affectionate
wif'fnr' and devoted mother, an amiable
companion eiteeme(j friend, 6he was a mem.
oer 01 US rMU(rin r.ir.b..nil inM.il th
r -.1. T-J '
r" n her, by a "Godly walk" and a
wof THnd f-good works.'
.r , l bed sh,a, called around herherl
laienai, er. u. . , . .....
yeauu wumm luut uw .muhu vaj
wv.u, . .Wlnh.
exnoitea inem to . f ft . , .
and "meet her w . " . . K if
.u Z -r ' "aeaw is impoiem - auu
thfrwearyfareatrt,, - :
WIU oi nun -wuu pusaiaa . . ,
it m .T- l 1 . - v. h- -
puasuro. i ih wind to the
shorn Iamb," can administer T T Ji
m the balm ofi
"Lean aet oa. eaiw: tw jleree tk; .
A broken Hed al best; buteft a0'
On whose sharp point peacefWs fckof
On Thursday, the 13tb day ef December, 1649,
bv Elder A D Landram. of this city, Mr. WILL
IAM SOUTH and Miss. REBECCA BIGGS,
both or Pike
air Cake received.
BAifwraOrncs.Dec. 17th, 1849.
Pork, - $2 a $2 25 per 100 lb
Wheat, - - - 75 per bushel.
Corn. - - 25ctsper do.
Oats, ... 18 cts per do. -
Bacon, Hams - 4to6percwt.
Shoulders - - . 4
Sides, - 7 4a5
Hemp, 5a5 50 perewt.,
Tobacco, - 2 a 6 do do
Lard - 5 to 6 per lb.
Butter, ... 10 12 1-2 do
Flaxseed, - 90c per bushel.
Beef, on foot 2 to 2 1-2 perewt
Dried Apples - $100 per bushel.
igs . " juc per dozen.
Sugar -' - 8 to 10c per lb.
Coffee - - 1 4c per lb.
Molasses - - 35 a 50c per gal.
Cotton Yam $U0per bunch.
Salt,KenhaWa 50c per bushel.
' U. A. - 1 73 a per saciu
Bar Iron - - 4 1-2 6 per lb.
Castings - 5 per lb
Kails - - - n i- per id.
THE Members of Perseverance Lodge, No. 92,
of free and accepted Masons, will celebrate
the anniversary of St. John the Evangelist by pub
lic installation, oration, &e. Tbe members of the
different Lodges and transient brethren in good
standing, are respectfully solicited to participate ;
and tbe inVitauou is extended to ine public genetr
H E BLOCK,
B W GORIN,
JAS. L WOOD,
I Com. of Arrangtn't.
CITY ORDINANCE-tto. 39.
ah odi!hcs APraoraiATinc mohkt.
E it ordained by the City Council of the city
19 of Louisiana:
Sec. 1st. That the following sums of money
be and the same is hereby appropriated out of
any money in the treasury, not otherwise appro-
. . .L it
priatea, 10 ine louowmg persons :
w. u. parks, ... 5 iv
M.W.Gordon, - - 47 50
Sec. 2d. This ordinance to be in force from and
after its passage.
Passed Dec. 1 Oth, 1 848.
W. K. KENNEDY, Mayor.
Attest: B. H. Booa, Clerk C. C.
VUT1CE t hereby given, that the undersigned,
A aiuntnistratoref the estate of Chamness Smith,
OeCd., late f Pike county, will apply at the
nest t co. term of the said county court lor a final
settlement of his administration on said ef ale, when
and where all persons interested may attend if they
t tunic proper
ROBERT Y. SMITH, Adm'r.
December 17th 1849. (4w)
VOTICE isahereby eivento all perons interested,
I bat at tbe next k ebruary term or tbe county
court of Pike county, Mo., I will apply for a final
settlement of tbe estate of William Patterson, de
ceased. JAMES ANDERSON Adm'r.
December 17th 1849. (4w)
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interest
ed, that at the next February term of the coun
ty court of Pike county, Mo., I will apply for a
final settlement of the estate of Thomas Dunn, de
ceased. WILLIAM U.DUNN. Adm'r.
December 17th 1849. ' (4w)
JVTOTICE is hereby given that the bhdersiened
hat obtained from the County Court of Pike
County, letters of administration on the .estatefof
William McPike, Jr., deceased, dated the 8ti day
of November, 1849. '
All persons having claims against said estate,
are requested to present them, within on year from
the date of said letters; and if not presented with
in three years from said date, tbey will forever be
precluded from fhe benefits of said estate.
' - ABKAIIAM MCPIKE, AiUn'r.
December 17th 1849. . (3)
NEW FURNITURE STORE. .
In Bartlelli Bow, Georgia Street,
mHE SUBSCRIBERS are new prepared to an
nounee to tbe citiiens of Pike and the adjacent
counUes. tbat they have, aad iatend keeping-on
band, a L VKuK a JFL.fcIMUU abbuhijbi.ii
OF r UHlMTUKU, suite to the warns ana capaci
ties of our imnrovin eounlrv. Our stock has
been seleeted with care, to which they will con
stantlv add by tmrchase. as well as by our own
manufacture; ana consists in nan oi
SUREAUS, plain and scroll fronts)
, - .... .
won k stAntis.
CHAIRS of every description, with triany other
aMicles nnneeessary to mention, '
Persona desiring articles in our una, woum oo
itn to g,,e fc call, as ,
better with tba same mot
as we are sur. iarj can no
money here than by yltiUng
the stores, of St. Louis. , . , BRICE h YOUNG, i
BUnaWtaklng 4Uinaa 10 at the shortest
oofice, and at reasonable rates.- a a
December Zi, 1849. : -. i . . - i
2000 Hogs. Wanted
wwtk ARK authorized toeonlraet Tor TWU
-tt THOUSAND WELL FATTED HOCSo
be delivered at ear Perk Jfeek,lom tpe kidimi;
to the 85th of Deember next, for whioh :wlB tbe
cash will ee paid at tbe maraet P- , ,
EDWIN DRAPER & BROfillJtS.
Louisiana, Nov. X2th, 1849. f. "'
IriPikt Circuit Court J September Termt
. . 1849.:
Abher L Meklikee k. Mary McElwee,
by Jao.es Alius, ber guardian Peti
tioners. Joaiah Henry &. Ann Henry, bis Wife,
Ross McElwee and Naomi his. u ife,
Josepbus F D Thornton and Eliza
beth Jane, his wife, and John N.
Masney, and James D Masssey, mi
nor under 21 years Drfendauts.
VOW" here come said petitioners, ami file their
amended petition, verr'fied by affidavit, for
partition rr snle or the rollnv-mg described real es
tale of James McElwee, deceased, vir: the Wl 2
8 E tjr. of see. 8. T 53. N R2 V, containing 80
acn-n ; also, the W 1 2 S E qr. of sec. 8, T 63, N
R S W, contkimi c 80 norm making, lopt-llur,
160 acres; and it appeal iue to the court fn in aid
petition that said John N. Massey and Jtim D M
Massey, are minors, tbe court appoints Nicho'as
P. Minor their guardian, adlifem, and nrdrr him
to execute his bond to their use, and said Minor ap
pears in court. acceDts said appointment, ext rules!
bis bond, which is approved, and joins in raid pe -
niioa ; and it appearing from ine affidavit mar said
Josian Henry and Ann, his wife, tieeri-bus - v.
Thornton and Elizabeth Jane.his wife, arr iiol ivsi-
hotiBed of the kling bf skid petition, and that
unless they be and appear in said fcUrt at ine next
term thereof, In be begun & held at the court house
in tne town or Howling lireen, witnin and for said
county of Pike, on tbe first Monday of April next,
and plead lo or otherwise answer said petition,
within six days from tbe first day of said term,
judgment by delault will be rendered against theui
in tne premises ; and ordered tliat a copy of this or
der be published in some newspaper published in
this county, for eight weeks successively, the last
insertion to be at least four weeks before the first
day of the next term of this court, and continued
-"-1 A true cony.
Test: J. M. MARTIN, Clerk.
December 3d, 1849. (u33 8w)
In Pike Circuit Covri, September Zertn,
"Smith S. Allen, plaintiff, 1 Action on boiid and
leo, plaintiff, I Action
Henley, de- f by a J
Justice of the
IT appearing from the return of tbe Sheriff in
this cause, that said defendant cannot be fouad
in Pike count to be served with process, and that
his property has been attached; on motion of
the plaintiff, It is ordered that the defendant be no
tified Of the commenceinent of this action, and that
nis property has been attached, and that unlets ne
be and appear before the court, on or before the Sd
day of the next term thereof to be begun and held
in tbe courthouse in the town of Bowling Green,
in said county of Pike, on the first Monday of
April next, and show cause to tbe contrary, Judg
ment will be rendered against him and bis property
sold to satisfy the samel and that a cony of this
order be published four Weeks successively, in
some newspaper in this Slate, the last insertion- to
be at least four weeks before tbe Erst day or Ibe
next term oi mis court, and continued."
A true copy. f -,-
Test: J. M. MARTIN, Clerk.
December 3d, 1849. (n33 4w.)
In Pike Circuit Court, September Term,
"Thomas W. Norvell, plaintiff, 1 Petition
John t. AnDlebemr. defendant.
AND now tt this day appears the plaintiff, by
John B. Henderson, his attorney, and it sp
peering to the Court on affidavit, that the defend
ant is a non-resident of this State. It is therefore
ordered that be be notified that the nbunHlTL m th
4th day of August, 1849, filed his petition in the
office of Ibe clerk of ibe circuit court of said Coun
ty, for the sum of three hundred dollars, and un
less said defendant appear before the Judge bf said
circuit court, at tbe next term thereof, to be begun
no ueidai me court nouse in Bowline lireen, in
said county, on the first Monday of April next, and
answer said petition, judgment will be rendered
against him for said sum of money, and continued.
A true copy.
Test: J. M. MARTIN. Clerk.
December 3d, 1849. (n33 8w.)
STATE OF MISSOURI,
CouiiTTor Pixe, $M
In Pike County Cuurt. November Tern. 1849.
AMONG tbe records and proceedings bad an the
Slh ll.c f ..ill f.rirt rF Ik. ... .- 4W f.l
Inwinff. viv f '
"Washington Watts,-hdfai'r. otheeslaleo iohii
Woreham, deceased, haling heretofore filed in
this court bis petition for the sale of the real estate
of said deceased, which is accompanied by the
lists, inventories and accounts required by law, all
-r u. 1.1-1. t l .1 i . . . ..
vi ouicu is vrrinca oy ine smaavnoi saia aamin
istrator: It is therefore ordered that all persons be
notified hereof, and that unless tbe contrary be
shewn, on or before the first day of the next term
of this court, an order will be made for tbe sale
of the real estate of said deceased, r so much
thereof as will be sufficient lo pav the debts again!
said estate; and ordered that a copy of this order
oe puousnea in some newspaper published in this
county, lor six weeks successively.
a true copy mm the record.
Altesfi S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
IN PIKE CIRCUIT ooi-m, sarit,M.m
TERM, 1849. :
Elizabeth Boxtit, Plaintiff, 1 Petition
vs. .1 for
LxLARbBoxi.tr. Defendant. 1 . Divorce.
0 W at this day appears Ihe plaintiff, by Thomas
' McQueen, ber next friend, and files Jier fleti-
.! I J r . . i I I r . I
uuu, praying uivurce irum l no wnui ui iiihi riujo-
ny heretofore contracted and entered into with said
defendant; and It appearing br affidavit filed with
said petition that the residence bf the defrndsnt is
unknown, it is therefore ordered by the eonrt that
notice be given-to aiid defendant of the filing of
said petition, and tbat unless he appear at the' beat
Apm term or this court, to be begun and held at
tne court nouse in the town or Bowling Uretn, in
Pike county, Missouri, on the 1st Monday of April
next, ana answer saut petition within tn time al
lowed, tbe same will be taken as confessed, and the
prayer thereof granted; and tbat a eopv of this or-J
der oe pubiisbed to some newspaper printed In this
Stated for eight weeks successively, the last inser
tion to be at least four weeks before ffae first day
of tbe netf term of this court, and eontlaaed. I
Atraeeopy Teste: ' .; " :
; . J. M. MARTINj ClerMi
November fi6, 1849. 3Jn8w; .
i I, It:.
Pf TONS wanted immediately by Thomas
eJF Cash,' Jrtifco.. for which the highest
marxei. price wm do paid in Ui.
SWe are also preps
fiurmers at short notice and
1 QUHaS uakh, j fttu, L
wa w m mm at.
ired to bail Hemp for f0!"" u. . IM2 -
upon rea.onabletrm., 'HiSk 1
. .- . at;
c. JAcks & br6.;
leave to announce to the; citiaens. of
Prairieville and vicinity, that they have
opened among t,theM a general variefy jaf aur
rhohih'ze, suited -to their H arris, to which tney So "
licit their attention and custom, '. lneir Stock
has been selected with care, to which they will
continue to make such additiona as kill insur
at all tithes a complete Variety of f .
Dry woods, Urocferjes:
ware, Hats, Caps;
AH of which they will sell as low as canbe'aj
'forded in tlietnuntry.
Tlicy will at all times lake in . exchange fof ,
goods, merchantable; produce of the country, at
liberal puces. j- La4 and see lor yourself.- v
. , - C. JACKSON & BRCV
Prairieville, Mo., April 30th, 1849. til -,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
DY virtue and authority of a certain deed of trust .
to me executed by Betty Party, of tbe eountv
of Pike and State of Missouri, an duly acknowl
edged and recdrded in tbe proper office in said coun
ty, in book H, pages 4S6r-728; I shall pro
ceed to Aril, in front of the store door of the under
signed in this city, at public outcry and auetion,
for ready money, on tbe 1st day of February, I860 '
between tbe hours of 10 and 4 o'clock of said
day; all those tracts or parcels of land lying and be4
ins in said eountv and State, reoalaintnar SS3 and
thirty-five one hundredths acresjrinore. or less,
Dounucd ana described as louowa. to wilt begin
ning at a stake en tbe division; line of the north
west quarter of section number 18, in township -No.
M,Nof the baseline of RNo.1 Wof the fifth
principal meridian, between Alien, Caldwell' ana
Shaw, from which stake a daewaad tit liuliM M'
diameter bears N 66 , distant M Unks; and t
elm Id inches in diameter bears SSI W, distatal "
38 links tbenee B with said line IB chains and TO
Mpks to a stake tbenee W 18 chains and 75 links
to tbe quarter ieetioa corner on the W boundary"
line of said section No. l& thehCe 817 chains to a
slake from Which a White oak 14 inches in diame
ter bears N 63 E, five links, and a dogwood six
inches in diameter bears S six degrees E,, distant
13 links theneeE 35 chains and TO links to post
on the line of tbe Pike county Commisidolnis '
and thence with said line N 32 Wi l2 ehaine ani
36 links lo a poet, corner of saidCoiai)sioneryt
land thence N 58 E, IS chains and 60 links wilif
said Commissioners' kae to a posi.aiihe centre of
said section No. 18 tbenee N 19 chains and Td
links to a post, from w hich i. white oak tea laches
in diameter, bears. N 80 E; distant 41 bnks, and
bicksry eight inches in diameter bears N 68 W,
distant 73 links tbenee W 81 chains and 36 finlU
to the beginning. : -.; - . .
Also, another tract OS aarcel of land. suMofaina
the aforesaid tratt, eeirfaininir, by estimation, sev
en aty s,.botonded and described as follows, to will
ttrguiBtiig at a kus, tne w w earner of Ibe tract
ef land deeded by Samuel K. Caldwell to tbe otn
mission ers of tbe eonrt house and iait for Ihe' eoon.
ty of Pike, which stake stands in the Mae of tbe
trsrt of land above described tbenee rtinhing north
67 0 and 45 min. E with said lire 496' feet tbenee
S 33 and 15 min. E. 640 feet-thce S 67 ind
45 min. W 495 feet to tbe to tti min toners' Iiiie-
thence N 32 and 16 min. W. alonr said eommis
sioners' line to the place of beginning, near the
spring known by the name of Caldwell's Spring.
Also, another tract or parcel of land, being the
N W half of Ibe N W ouarter of meatim W. tnwh.
ship 64, N of the base linepf range No. 1 W of the
nitn principal meridian, -containing 75 acres and
Uiirty five one bundredihsof an acre, .j- .
Also, another tract or parcel of bind, adioinin
the first described tract or parcel of land on the
north end, being part and parcel of the N W quar
ter of section 18, in T No. 64, N of the base line in
R No. L W of 4be fifth principal meridian, contain'
ing forty-one acres, more or less,, and bounded IS
follows, to wit: beginning at a post on the line be-
tween Allen, Caldwell and Shaw, tbe bearing trees,
the same as described in the beginning of the first
tract of land thence N 30 chains end 30 links to
Ibe N boundary line of said sectioq No. 18-tbencO
E with with said section line r tne- Mimrfnhmi f
er-Wheree down said river south with said line 1 1
chains to a stake, from Wich a white oak ten Inch
es in diameter bear N 80 1 E, distant 41 links, and
a bickorv eight Inches. in fliamrter bears N 68 W. .
distent 73 links Uenre W 21 chains and 86 link
to ihe place of .beginning. The said (but and abof 0
described trit-ia and parrels of land, t's)'qfg bf
esthnatiov two hundred and twenty. three acres ana
thirty-five one biindipr!ii- nf an acre, with the ex
ception of twente nine, iteivs and a half, neretofore)
deeded by said Rrtjy Fsiry, lo William Kling ebd
wife, will be anKlks ahpveJo satisfy he demands
of John fVMeCune agaii st the. estate Of ihe said
Setty Parry, in eompllaaeo with tba preisloaa of
10 said deed ef trust. - - ? - s
P.. O. McGtIE.Truste. '
Louisiana, Nov. 19, 18 19. tt
l R. WILLIAM WILLH01T, yott Will plefttt - U
t,-B- Uke notice, that at the next term of the aeon '
hr court, to be begun and, bald at tbe court nouaeta" - -
Bowling Green, in and lbs tbe county ef Ptice Ca4 ""'x
State of Missouri, on the .first Mondav in FthririuL, 'r--
ty, i860, we will apply to said court for an order '
lor the pariiuon or sale of the slaves M too estSM v '
of Era Willhoit, deceased. late of skid count, f ? ';' -
inwhicb.yoa are Interested as an beir and loUstribf-
te. Signed, November tne esn, 184 oyr' . , .-..--
nurerfTitvrri'. V .. . i.'- '
Administrator, and in right of bis wife, Peachy-;
rnW.n-'al;.lliil. - - .-. v
BENJAMIN WILLHOIT, '
jr Adm and .distribatee. . . ,
JACOB SHROAt, . : -
in right or bis wife, Matilda. .
. . . . n right of bia wiCs, Mali ada. 1 '
. .. WILLIAM WILLHOIT-;
December 3d, 1849. ' - . (i 8s),
Notice is hereby sjivan th'aion the first afonday
in Fehhtant netti and,, at at effiea. in the
vwn v. iwwimu uii.Pi iuif CWUUi V 91 r LAV JB
tbe State of. Missouri, I. will proceed. pubSdy to
adjust and .allow .demands against tae aOeem at
wgun iiwiwivw .wawunn aamioes tarn muw
Leonard M. Rodgers. assigned tome fbrtae I
norhisCTeditcnuwhenand where those aaviesj
claims against said Rotlgtrs, Sa ptant4ben foe
allowaaoei All those tndebied toaM sledgee era
il ttUl AmVi of L. M.aUdfM.
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