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fornia. He advocated the bill to prevent
the enticing of flares from their master.
The bill to preserve peace with the Indi
ans in California, was passed.
The bill to suppress the slave trade was
read a third time. The question being
taken upon its passage, Mr. Benton briefly
addressed the Senate.
Washington, Sept. 16.
House. Mr. Batly from Committee
on Wars and Means, reported a bill to cre
ate the office of Assistant Secretary of
State, which, after debate, was referred to
the Committee of the Whole.
Pending the debate on the bill to give to
Arkansas certain swamp lands, the House
Washington, Sept. 16.
Shuts:. After the morning business,
the bill to settle land titles in Oregon and
making donations to actual settlers was
Mr Yvlce moved to strike out the section
making donations of lands to settlers, which
was debated at length.
The bill reducing the minimum price of
lands in Michigan and Wisconsin was pass
ed. Mr. Walker moved to amend the section
proposed to be stricken out, by inserting a
provision establishing the homestead ex
emption lost, yeas 3, nays 44.
The section was then amended so as to
grant land to all future actual settlers in
Oregon who shall settle there ptior to March
Mr. Mason then moved to strike out the
provision extending the benefits of the future-donations
of lands to those foreigners
who shall have declared their intentions to
become citizens. Lost yeas 20, nays 25,
The bill was then ordered to a third read
ing. After considering the amendment grant
ing swamp lands to the States in which
they lie, the Senate adjourned.
House. The bill enableing Arkansas
and other States to reclaim' their swamp
lands was amended and passed.
The bill granting the right of way through
the public lands, to connect Alton and
Springfield, by railroad, was passad.
Mr. Bowlim reported a bill giving alter
nate sections of land to Missouri, for i
railroad from St Louis to the western limits
of the State, which will ultimately connect
with the Pacific. .
Mr. Gilbert introduced a bill to establish
light houses, beacons. &c, on the coast of
California, and for a survey of her coast and
Mr. O. also introduced a bill for the
payment to California of all imposts collec
ted since the treaty and before she became
a Stale. Referred.
The bio to abolish the slave trade in the
District of Columbia was passed yeas 174,
The Senate bill erantine the right of
way and donating lands to Illinois, Miss
ouri. and Alabama, to aid the building of
railroads was passed yeas, 101, nays 75.
fifty real disunion" and" 'nullification men'
among them, the rest who voted with them
being in reality good hard money and Union
men, but led astray by continual falsehoods.
These deceived citizens will find out the
truth o( themselves during the ensuing
elections, and will return to hard money
Union democracy to which they belong.
So of other counties. The nullification
disunion democracy are a minority, a
miserable minority in every county in
some counties none at all and of themselves
able to do nothing; but by creeping into
our party, and by caucus, frauds and trade
in votes, have contrived to make themselves
prominent, and often to rule the State,
and this year to give it to the Whigs, after
having first tried to give it to the Southern
confederacy. But this is about the last
harm they will do us. The ensuing elec
tions will give them their proper places in
the ranks of the Whigs, and will tree ui
from them forever, and will leave us strong
er than ever. .
The appeal is now decided and sustained,
and the object I had in making it is accom
plished. The nullification resolutions of
the last General Assembly are condemned;
the people waked up to the reality of the
plot to dissolve the Union, and the State of
Missouri redeemed from the pledge to "co
operate' in it. Yours, truly,
THOMAS H. BKHIUW.
Ma. John Smith, St. Louis, Mo.
DAT STATTllf 113
For the Banner.
Ma. Eoitob, I aik your indulgence for the
uie of your columns, Tor the purpose or answer
ing the assertions made against me in a commu
nication in the Record of the 20th Sept., signed
"Common Sense," alias "Old Ball," alias Edwin
Draper. As he has made as near a personal
matter a he could well, I shall treat it as such in
part at least, as I come in for a rood share of hi
malice in his communication. Courtesy does not
reanire that I should spare the lash on the "old
broken down nag," who has heretofore received
some hard rides for his insolence. As the time
i too short before the publication of this No. of
your paper, I hall only ask you to insert tins as
introductory, to let the public know that in a fu
ture No., with your permission, he shall be trot
ted out, that the community may judge of his
merita. and decide accordingly. He was the first
to throw down the gauntlet and "crV, lay on
- . o . . t I
McDuff." As for my pirt say, "d a oe lie wnn
first says hold, enough." And instead r sign
ing my communications Common Sense, "sign
them common" W. K. KENNEDY.
BAT 8TATE SHAWEA.
T AY STATE SHAWLS AND MANTLES, or
"" the latest and most approved styles, will be
furnished by the subscribers, at ine very lowest
prices. Purchasers will pleae notice that the
genuine Bay State fabrics beartickets correspond
ing with the above cut, and they will also be dis
tinguished from all woolen shawls, by their supe
rior finish, fine texture, and brilliancy or colors.
Orders solicited Iron; all sections of the country,
and the same will be promptly attended to. For
sale at wholesale by
BROWNLEE, HOMER & CO.,
No. 85, Main street.
And at retail bv
RUTHERFORD & DAY,
Nos. 132. 134. Market st.
ELLIOTT & CAUCHOIS,
No. 2, Main, cor. Market.
Sept. 1, 1850.
"WONDERS WILL NEVER CEASE ! !"
Jj"Another Wonder in Louisiana-
LICE AND MURRAY,
ARE just in receipt of a splendid assortment of-
Autumn & Winter Goods,
which they offer to cash purchasers, cheaper than
than can be afforded by any other house in this
city. Their stock embraces every description of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
OF THE LATEST STYLES
A LASOE A HO WELL SELECTED STOCK Or
Ready Made Clothing,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, QUEENS-
WARE, GLASSWARE, HARDWARE,
SALT, PINE LUMBER,
will promote their interest by giving us a call.
T5EpeeiaI attention will be paid the ladies, by
, 1 . L III I. . -t.
single cirra r iwo, wu wiu
ure in selling them bargains.
September 16lh 1850.
STATE OP MISSOURI, 7
. Couhtv or Pixt, )
JJV PIKE CO UMTY CO VR TA VG VST
IT is ordered that there be levied for the im-
B nrovement of roads during the present year,
a Ux equal to filly per centum on the Mate iax,
and tnai every person against wnom a poii tax is
levied, may be discharged of the same by two
- mm . -
IN offering this valuable preparation to the public,
the nndenisrned la well aware that be wiil bat
to encounter not only a strong prejudice against a ll '
patent or -universal" medicines, mm mat nia oca
inent will have to eome In eompetioa with May v
valuable and longer established preparations .
But he fearlessly enters the lists of those who are
engaged in preparing remedies for the ills of ho
man hfe, with the confident belief that otning
days labor; and that all taxes levied for the im- bnt m fajr ,h,j wanting I convince every
-I J V. J" -1 . J ..4-1 ; 11 I . ; J .ir 12 J .
pruvctnciii ui ruau., may do uisiuiigcu 111 i- iprrju ultra or even prrjifuiccu mian, uw iius j in
fill ubor at the rate of seventy- five cents per day; ment has no superior, ir an equal, lor the cure
lhat every overseer of roads be allowed one dol-jthe various diseases for which be recommends IL
US UB9 unu iw c Hn rugvgvu an liw "
paration of this valuable medicine, and in ad-
ministering it to his afflicted neighbors fend friends,
but not nntil recently, and after maay solieitatiOM
from those who have Med its efficacy in the aiie--
lar per day for his attention while in actual ser
vice as such overseer; that it be the duty or eve
ry overseer whose district is not furnished with
a plough and scraper, if in his iti-gment they
be necpssnrv, to buy one or more, which he isITiaiinn and cure of distressing affliction, baa the
authorized to pay for out of any money in his proprietor been induced to prepare it forextaaeiv .
hand belonging to his road district: It snail .saie ana use among manaina. ue nas no patent
ior me invention, uui weunj r mil inns invpo was
would wish to be benefitted by it, to purchase none
but that which i properly attested aa krhUilie,
which will be in all cases aoeompanied .by the
writted signature of tbe subscriber. From, the
further be the duty of every overseer ti notify
each hand in his district of the implement to be
used bv him at the time he mav trive him notice
to work any road, and to Work all roads in his
a. " - - . f at.
district at least twice a year, via : once in the flattering opoinions formed ef it by many personsj
spring ann once in ine law; mat every overseer
may pay for labor on roads in his district a sum
not to exceed seventv-five cents per day for a
good hand, seventy-five Cents for a yoke of cat'
this preparation has been styled,
MAUE'S A.1XVIMEISTU1 LIKE.
This Liniment is ensurpaased for tbe ebre of the
fallowing complaints, to witi Scialir, or Hipjoint
tie. one dollar for a pair of horse, or mules, two "ESPI rTJlC2!lni
dollar, tor a :eam f four horse, or mules. $3 tSZ.
lliirc ui'iiais iui em icain V iwisva va usuav
and fifty cent, for a cart or wagon. That all
person, willto liable for tbe payment of their
road tax in money, one failure to work the roads
n kia lifrint wllti Ann nntifilN) to tto ra tir the
proper overseer; and that no hand be nllowiPf.rfs innamed kid-
pay for a FuU days work, unles. he meet a. early! V(a N'gB(rf , tn. ithae
as eu?ht o'clock in the morning and work until ,fforded relief, wto give minirtadiwctlona fee eve-
discnargea oy nis overseer in uie ereuuipi anu fj ease txjt D general, observe the folio wing
oraerea tnai a copy 01 mis oraer ue puoiivnea
in the Democratic Banner and Louisiana Record
for four weeks.
A true copy from the record.
Attet, S. F. MURRAY, Clerk.
Sept. 2d, 1850. 4wl3.
ings, ulcers, boils, scald-head, bttrna and scalds, -scrofulous
disease and king's evil; and in abort. Cor
every disease where any external application can
anora reiiei. 11 nas eureu uiseaM. which seemed
almost miraculous, ameng which ate snake bites,
- Washmctok Citt, Aug. 25, 1850.
Dcaa Sir : The New York Evening
Post, of the 17th instant, contains a letter
from this place, which concerns me, and
which it is right that I should notice, to
prevent my friends from being led into any
mistake or doubt witb respect to my future
course. The letter says that the democrat
ic party intend to- start a new paper at this
place, in order to re-organize the party, and
to support me for the Presidency. The
Pott venr iustlv remarks udou this comma
nication, that a paper started to support any
particular person Tor tbe Presidency, can
not be the organ of a party, but of an in
dividual, and could do no good; but agrees
that a new democratic paper ought to be
established here. These are my own opin
ionsa new paper for the party, not for an
individuaL Gen. Jackson was never more
rieht than when he warned Mr. Polk against
bringing Ritchie here, and foretold the ruin
of the party if he did. Every day's expe
rience since he was brought, has confirmed
the truth of that warnine. and if he remains
here we shall be ruined, and shall again lose
the Presidential election, and shall deserve
to lose it, because we know it . But my ob
ject in writing this note was to notice what
concerned myself in that letter to the Even
ing Post, and to tell my friends what they
ought to know, that they may not oe mis
fed by any erroneous report - The new pa
eer. if one is established here, is not to sup
port as lor the Presidency, or for anything
else. Tbia I have told mv friends ftere
and those who know me, know there
nothintr more to he said on that point; so
that the Utter to the Evening Pott, so far
9t it concerned me, was dead hern before it
was known in Missouri. .
The election' of Senator is considered in
tbe bands of the Whizs and nullifiers, and
the report wn have here is that the latter
will ioin the former, and elect a Whig.
. so it will still be a victory in behalf of the
Union, and will show that Missouri will not
'co-oocrse with other slaveholder. States
in establishing a Southerr confederacy-
It wQl also attort tbe party, and fix every
man in hia ritrbt nlaca.
Ton have dona nobly in St Louis, (city
and county,) and have deserved success if
' won have not commanded it, and have en-
aredltfsrtheaxttime. Ton have shown
that the aotks are a mall minority, not
" ' one fifth of the nartv: and ef tbeea, I am
told thera we not above efte kVitfi t4
Valuable Lrnr or Gold. Messrs. Willis &
Co. of Boston, have received by the Cherokee, a
single lump of Gold qnartz. weighing; twenty-
four pound., worth about $5,000. Thi. exlra
nrdinarv soecimen has been purchased by a re
lumed Californian, who intends to exhibit it in
tbia country. It is said to be the richest mass of
. . a n
its size that naa ever yet oeen oucovcrea.
jrf-The greatest remedy of tna age seem, to
be the celebrated medicine railed H. U. arreu-s
Arabian Liniment. It is used as an external ap-
Dlleation. and i. said to nosses. most wonderful
qnalitie. for healing, quieting pain, restoring pal
sied limbs, fee. A friend bad a moat severe bruise,
which threatened mortification; be had used sev
eral remedies to no effect, when he was advised
totry H.G.Farrell's Arabian Liniment, one bottle
of which entirely cured him. We have no doubt,
from tbe extent of the injury, but for this excellent
medicine he would have bad a serious time of It.
F.IF.D In thi. citv on the 23d inst. Sarah
Augusta, infant daughter of James A. and Helen
S. Fickena, aged 9 month, and 17 days.
Come Gentlemen, Come!
ALL person, indebted to E. M. Bartlett, or
Bartlett and Buckner. are exhorted once
more to come forward and settle up. I am com
neled to have money, and there notes and ac
count, if not settled very soon, will be placed in
the hands of an officer.
J. B. HENDERSON. Att'y.
September 23d, 1850.
DRAPER b BROTHERS, beg leave to in
form thecitisensof Pike and other counties,
that they are prepared for extensively packing
Fork Ibe present season, ana are now preparro w
enter into contracts for the delivery of good well
fatted Hog on favorable terms. It is not their
deign to offer any fictitious prices with a view to
enact the market, but are determinea to pay as
fair prices aa any regular packing house north of
Sr. Louis. .
Farmers are solicited to give them a can betore
engaging their hogs.
Tf- They are prepared to slaughter all hogs
offered for sale, and to pack on commission on
Louisiana, Sept., 16th, I860. 8 w.
who Told that lie!
WHEREAS, reports have been circulated that
we are charging higher for shipping Tobacco
than other houses; We take this method of saying
that the statement i. absolutely false, by whom
never insula, wa have never enarcea over an
per bhdJbr storing and shipping-tobacco, and al
ways have, and do now, pledge ourselves to store
and .hip as low as any regular house prepared to
store safely, if it i. fob mothiho at all.; The
above report is cm a par with others with regard
to the nriee. of our Goods. Call and see for your
selves, before believing any and every tala about
our goods or business. And we should be parti
cularly pleased if some of our friend, who have
been owing us a long while, would call and toox
t ir Goods At least, before laying out tbeir cash
elsewhere, and reporting our uooo. nign wnnoui
looking at taem. . . a
HU W ISM UXUuLA Ofc BD.U I Bill
SepL 10th 1860.
THE property lately occupied by me in tbe town
of Bowling Green. The buildings are all new,
and in good order. There are 26 acre, of ground
all in eras, attached to it. Also 40 acres 1 1 -2
tntlra from lawn, in limber.
I will also sell 600 acres or fine tobacco land in
Lincoln county, adjoining the lands of Maj. Clark
All of thi. property win oe sow on accommooai
Enquire 01 K. V. Minor, Bowling ureen xao.,
or ix. ui,t,ui'il
No. 60, Chestnut St., St. Louis.
September 16th, 1850 4w.
ested. that on tbe 20th day of August, 1850,
I hv lha Cnuntv Court Of fixe county raw-
souri, appointed Guardian of the person and es
tate or Elizabeth Killebrue, a person of unsound
mind ; all persons having claim, against said es
tate, are therefore reonlred to present them with
in one year from the date of .aid appointtnebt, or
they may be preciuaea irons any ovocut "
tate. and if .aid elsims be not presented within
.aa a m 1 3
lhree year, they win ne inrever dhitu.
September 16th, 1860 4w.
1MOTICE b hereby given t6 all rteditor. and oth-
IV intM.tat in the estate of Roland Mef-
AmumMi. that the nndenigned has' obtained
Fmssi tha eonntv court of Pike county, letters of
administration on said estate, bearing date 18th
. a , ocn
All person, having claims against said estate are
requested to present them within one year from
the above date: and if not presented within thre
year, from said date, they will be forever preclu-
ded from eny or tne ddcdi oi u mam
11 V 19 Hill f VV, AUIU
September 2d, i860. 3n
HG. FARRELL'S genuine Arabian Liniment
is a mail ev'raordinarv medicine, tbe truth
of which is placed beyond donbt by the fast sales
or tbe article, and Ibe many cares being daily per
formed by it, which previously had resisted all
other medicines and the skill of tbe best physicians
in world. II m composed of babams, extract, and
gums peculiar to Arabia possessing, in a concr n
(rated form, all their stimulating, Anodyne, pene
trating, unctuous and revulsive properties, and
the same which, ages ago, were used by the 'Sons
or the Desert with such miraenion snceess, in
curing tbe disease, of both man and beast.
Read the follovin RemarkabU Cures, vhick
tnovla oj thtmsuvet pact
H. G. Far relTa Arabian Uaiment
far beyond eny similar remedy.
About a year and a half ago, a swelling appear
ed in my wife's stomach, gradually increasing in
ixe ontil it became as large as my fist, and so sore
that sne could not Dear the least pressure open u
without giving her extreme pain. I got the ad
vice of our best doctor, and they differed in opin
ion about it; some said it wa. an Ague Cake or
enlargement oi tne spieen: wmc, inn n was an
Enlargement of the Ovaries; and others said it was
a Tumor of the Ovaries, and could not be cored
except by cutting it out. In this critical situation.
I was persuaded to try U earvelPa Aismk
Liniment upon it and strange aa it may appear.
upon tbe third application she began to improve,
and has continued getting better daiiy, nntil now
she is aa well as ever enjoying excellent health.
Peoria, March 5th 1849.
The Opinion of an Old. Experienced and Scien
Washixotoh, Iowa, Jane 26, 1849.
From the speedy and permanent cores, both on
man and beast, which your Arabian Liniment is
performing, I do not hesitate to pronounce it the
Great Remedy of the Age. I have practiced doc
toring horses for these twenty years, and have
tried all the various liniments, ointments, &c so
much puffed up in the papers; bnt I mnst say that
H. u. Farreirs Arabian liniment exeeeas any
that I ever made use of. By its use, I have cured
Sweeny and Spavin long after they had been pro
nounced incurable, and I have cured more than
fiftv horses this season with yonr Liniment, em
biasing every shade of disease, from scratches
and bruises np to Spavin, Ring-Bone and Sweeny.
I can also bear testimony of its good effeets on tbe
hnman system. I was confined nearly all last
winter to mv room with Rhenmatism, and could
get nothing to help me, nntil I commenced the use
of your Liniment, which entirely enren me.
Bathe tbe part, well with the Liniment two or
three tihaes a day, steaming it with a kottroa when
practicable, or neat it before tbe fire. Keep dry
and warm, avoiding getting wet, ar taking cold as
mnch as possible. For soma diseases, a particular
attention is required, and the use of n salve (pie-,
bated bv hitnseir, caned Aiagecs aaive nit. I.
E. DRAPER ft BROTHERS General Agents,
Louisiana. Mo to whom all applications must b
joade for Medicine or agencies.
White swelling. .
Da. Jons Masxs. Sir: This i. to certify that
my .on was taken with the white .welling, and
your Liniment hoa cured him in a short time.
Tbe disease waa of a year's standing. . ,
J Unit U. 1XJ11UU).
Pike county, Mc, Feb. 23d, 1848.
This was a remarkable ease, and excited much
wonder in the neighborhood.
RHEUMATISM CRAMP CHOL1C.
Dr. John Magee. Sir: This is to certify that in
the year 1848, 1 was taken with the Rheuma
tism in mv shoulder. I anoiied to Dr. John Ma
gee, and got some of his Liniment and applied
it to my shoulder three timeahd it was entirely
easy. 1 also State that I had a negro taken watt
the Cramp Cholic, and I tubbed him with some
of your Liniment, and before we were done ba
thing him. he said he was entirely easy. I also'
applied it to one of my son. in the same condi
lion, with the same effect. I believe it to be
one of the best Liniment now in use, for all torts'
of lisings and fclbna.
THOMAS J. AKfc.
Plks county; Mo April 24th, 1849.
"4TOTICE is hereby given lhat tbe unde aligned
i v h,a obtained from the County Court of Lin-'
coin County, lettrrs of administration on the ea-'
tate or Benjamin Kenhion, Sr., deceased, dated
tbe 1 4tb day of August, 1850.
All persons having claims against said estate,'
are requested to present tb m within one year from,
the date of said letters; and if not presented with
in three years from .said date, they will forever t
precluded from the benefits or said estate.
Ang. 28ih, 1850. (12 3w)
.. . . X
NOTICE b hereby given tnat tne ur.oemgneu
k.. .hfatned from the clerk of tha county
court of Pike county, letters testamentary on the
estate of Tyree Martin, deceased, bearing date
STATE OI MISSOURI, ) ,
Courtv or Pixx
tn Pike County Court, August IZth, 1850.
SOLOMON HUGHLETT and Isaac J. King
..iminUtrainra nf the estate Of William Wil
lis, deceased, come and file their petition for the
..U r tna vaat Mtata of .aid deceased, which is
accompanied by the lists, invehtoriea and ae-
Sept. 13th, 1860. ,gtatJcounUred;diredbJrlaw,aUof which !, verified
h.riBn.i iin invJS.by affidavit: it . therefore orderedthatdl per-
tie data of d Wt.r wd if not prewnted .on. be notified hereof, and that un.e.. tb. con
wta th. ywifrom ..id date, they will forev trary be shewnon or before the first d.v or the
er be preeludid from tbe benefit, of Mid estate. unt term of this court, an order will he made
er oe preeiiwoo MARTIN, adm'r. r.. ... ..1. r ih. w 1.9 of the N. Wi ouarter
Sspt 23d, 1850.
L. am a r at .1
of section one, T. 81. 2. . 4 west, 01 me rc
..t.f. r ..M Hanadant. or .0 much thereof as
wiU be .ufficientto aatliy the debt, again.t the
1TOTICE i. hereby given, mat "- "T-,e.uie 01 saiaoeoauam, rj
N . ..-i-... h. ..lata of Iaac Lard, de-l r : u. n..Kt;.t in aotee newsoaner
Kb-r'f A iST ZU Stay. before the fir.t
final settlement 01 n .a m dav of the next term of this coun.
tate, when and where an person, interested, AXS from tha rrd of ..id eonrt
BOtineo 10 anena. nr. Adm'r. Atir " S. P. MURRAT, Ulerk.
Sun Pain of 10 years' standing cured by H. G
FartdVt Arabian Liniment.
- TT r . TV. Ci I ti.4 liaan
ITir. MM. KM .. wii., - - - -
afflicted with the "Sun Pain" for the last ten years,
and could never get relief except by bleeding; but
bv the nse of H. G. Farrell'a Arabian Lmlmeut,
applied over tbe temple, about three nr looritmes
a dav, it was entirely removed, and I haye felt
nothing of it since, t went into the stable one
night, to apply it to a horse's sore leg, and being
very lame he stumbled and felt against my legs,
crushing and bruiting them so badly that they
tnni.il blak an mt hat. rendering them powerless.
1 applied your Linitnent, and waa Well enonsb in
a few days to go about again as usual. I also
crushed my finger ih a shocking manner, by letting
A - - - a a. - t !..! . VaalaJ
a backilog tail upon 11; your i-imnirm ucsiw
it np, though. . . i-.-t,-
La Salle preelnct, Peoria ro. 111. FeVy 6-1849
tttinnrr ttf Counterfeits.
article is manufactured only by II
n. T-.rr.lI. aole inventor and nrobrietornd whole
sale druggist, No 17 iiain .treet, Peoria, I1J, to
whom all application, for agencies ot purchase
must be addressed, ae siiro yon get it with the
i.H.r. G hefot Parrell's. thus H O FAR
RELL'S and my signature on the wrapper; all
others are counterfeits. For sale by
T B WILLIAM!, Jouniiia.
H BLAKESLY fc Co., ,
tVholeaala A vents. St LoolSMO.,
And regtalarly anthoriked agent, all over th
United States. ....
73Call and get a Farrier booK. tree 01 cnarge:
N B. The public are particularly eauoned a-
gainst a new civnterrett wnicn nas laieiy mim iu
9 ..a ar we 1IS A !. T tnl.
appearance, called v o r ar 11 nnsmi
ment, and which tbl.imposter call, the original
.-J .. .-M.ia.n T.nok ont for this snurions mix-
tnr and h not deceived with it. Remember that
Executor's No" tiefc.
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
has obtained from tbe County Court of Pike
county, letters testamentary on the estate of iohu
Mulhenn, bearing oate Augusi 10m, ioou.
All nenmriS having claims agtihst Ssid estate,
are requested to present them within one year from
the date of said letters; and if not presented with
in three yeara from said date, the? will forever
be precluded from the benefits ef said estate.
Sept. 2, ISSO. - ' . .-
STATE OF MISSOURI, 1 sg.
ConsTir Or Pixx, X
In Pike County Covri, August 21; 1850:
TIS accordance with the pYovisions of a special
aet for aaid coUntv. entitled "Ah act to ei
tablish a Probate Court in the county r Pile,'!
'approved March 6, 1849," the Court proceed
to examtne the pbll books of the August election,
1850, for aaid CoUntv. and find that a majority of
all those voting on the subject at said eleclioa
voted for .aid Act: It 1. therelore oraerea ma
an election for Judge of Probate be held for aaid
county, oh the first Monday pr noyemoer nexi,
and that a copy of this order be published in the
Uemoc ratio uanner ano -.omsiana necoru ior
A true copy; Attest, .'.
S.F. MURRAY, aerki
SepUmbef 2d, 1850; 4wl3. :
Saddle & Harness.
all the genuine atticle ha. tbe letters tl G before
Pine Shingle. ,
VrFJSH SUPPLY of Wisconsin -.ne
Lumbar t assorted, atd any quantity ofahin
for sale by LUCl'fcMUKRAY.
pHE undersigned respectfully ioforms tbeeiti
A ena of Louisiana and the poblie generally
that he has commenced the above business
5ity, on Oeorgia street, in the weal room of lb
c-iii v..it.i; m---i n.i itaifL where n
.nil uuiiyiu((f vpvv.il. van. . - w
wlU keep eonstantly oa hand a eMal
Of ail articles belonging to the bsies, whieh Wi
will sell an aa rrasonabhi terma as any other Oe
Ubiisbment in this section f
ved credit A .kaieriwmw tfTTV9
Jtalaan. ioM-Mth, 1BS0.
WILLIAM iULCTv "