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Tt FLISHED IN THE TOWN OF BOWLING GREEK MO,
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. THE undersigned liaving purchased the
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same name; but with this change in its course
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object and highest aim of the "Radical" shall be
to profit and to interest the reader. In our ex
ertions to accomplish these objects, truth solid
truth, shall be our guide our polar star; for we
do not believe that any individual or communi
ty can be permanently benefited by falsehood or
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rably connected with the cause ot education
morality, arts and agriculture, they shall receive
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written articles from gentlemen of either of the
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and candid hearinar. As for ourself, we shall
carefully avoid all party strife and political con
tention, considering it entirely unnecessary and
improper in us, as the conductor of the papcrto
take sides with either party. Our motto shall be
"peace on earth and good will towards all men."
Judging from the signs of the times, the peri
od has arrived when we should lay aside our sec
tional jealousies and party prejudicies, and rally
as a band of brethren, around the standard of
our country's good presenting an unyielding
front to the wicked efTorts that are now making
to sever the sacred chord that binds together this
Having 6taked our earthly all in the success
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both physical and mental, to make it respectable
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tizens of this and the surrounding counties for
that support and encouragement which they are
enabled to yield to it, and which is essential in
sustaing a press here or elsewhere; the impor
tance of which, to the prosperity and improve
ment of any section of country, and the world at
large, is too well understood to need comment
The terms of the "Radical" as heretofore
with this additional arrangement: Any individu
al sending us the money for five subscriptions
shall be entitled to the sixth gratis.
JAMES H. D. HENDERSON.
B. G. MQUE,
offers very low for CASH, his
jjieseni SIOCJC 01
consisting in part of CLOTHS, CASIMERES,
Allit!,l mi hs, mekiNOS
Silk, Straw and Hood Bonnetts, Fur, Seal and
Silett Caps, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Cot. Yarn, Su
pr Coffee, Salt, Tea, Candles, Rosin, Soap,
Traces and Log Chains, Powder, Shot, dye
AVQUIES CHEWING TOBJICCO,
Nails, Tin, Queens-ware and Hard-ware,
Whiskey, Brandy, Wine, Cordials, 8c.
Those visiting Louisiana for the purpose of
iiuying gooas win uo wen to call at the C1SH
rl UKK, belore making their purchases.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons concerned or
interested in the estate of Lewis Rogers dee'd..
mai uie uunersignea txecuior oi said deceased, will
make a final settlement of said estate, at the
next jnav term ot tne county Court of P to .,.-
a . i. - c . w - i i . ...
, in me suue oi missouri, io oe oegun and held at
e Court House in Uie town ot Jjowline Green at the
next may terra of the County Court of said county
LEVI PETTIBONE, Ex'r.
March 2d 1842 4t
R1HE undersigned Administrator of the estate of
atV Burcb Vermillion deceased, will sell at the late
residence of Cynthia Ann Vermillion, near Sail
River in Peno Township, one wagon one set of car
penters tools and sundry article! of house hold and
kitchen furniture, belonging to the estate of said
deceased on Thorsday the 24th inst. The Terms
will be for all sums of five dollars or lest, cash for
all sums over that amount bonds with approved se
curity, payable in 12 months after day of sale.
RESON VEMILLION, Adm'r.
Marsh 5(b 184231.
African, by Imported Valentine,
HAS been removed from his former stand
at Palmyra, and will make his present sea
ion at my farm U miles from Fulton, on the
road to JefTerson City; formerly the farm of
Lewis Overton, where every attention will
be paid to mares sent to him, having a good
groom and plenty of good pasture. The
public In general are requested to call and
see African before breeding to other horses,
as he hasjeertainly superior claims to any
horse in pur country. For pedigree in full
see bill in due time. I have-also two other
fine horses, which, if not farmed out, will
stand at the same place. Gentlemen please
. call and you shall be suited.-
i ,M(irch 2CA 1842 31 -Proprietor.
E. & D. DRAPER,
HAVING their Store and Warehouse conveniently
situated on the river bank, offer their services to
the public in the shipment and sale of Tobacco and all
other produce, in which they flatter themselves they
can ofTur facilities at least equal to anv other house in
the place. 1 hey have made arrangements with an ex.
tensive house in Now Orleans, which will enable them
to make reasonable advances in cash on Tobacco ship
ped through their house, and by which all shipments of
produce consigned to them, win be covered oya poncy
ot insurance in New Orleans. I he proceeds 01 an
shipments promptly paid over on receipt of the same, to.
gather with the difference of exchange, when received
in Eastern funds, which will always be preferred when
to be obtained at reasonable rates.
They have on hand a good assortment of Dry Goods
and Groceries, all of which will be sold at reduced pri
ces for cash, or to punctual men on reasonable time
January 19, 1812. 3L
STATE OF MISSOURI
County of Warrrn
In the County Court of said county, November
term, 18 41.
David P. Hubbard administrator of the estate
Benjamin Hutchcsnn deceased, comet into court and
presents hit petition setting forth thnt there is not
sufficient personal estate of said deceased to pay his
debts, and praying for tbe sale of the real estate of
said deceased for the purpose of paying said debts,
which petition is accompanied by an exhibit of bi
administration according to the statute in that case
provided : and thereupon it is ordered by the conrt
that all persons interested in said estate be notified
that unless rood cause to the contrary be shewn
on or before the first day of the next term of h
court, an order will be made to sell the south east
quarter of the south cast quarter of section number
thirty, and tbe south west quarter of the south west
quarter of section number thirty two, both in town
shin number forty seven of range number one west
each tract containing forty acres or so much thereof
as will be sufficient to pay the debt' of said decen-
d; ii nil it is further ordered by the court that sail
administrator give notice of this application accor
ding to law .
I, Joseph B n ells, clerk of said court do ceitify
that the above is correctly copied fiora
the rreord of said conrt. In testimony
whereof, I have hereunto set ray hand and
the seal of sa d court, at office in said county this
ltbdayof November A. P. 14 1.
JOSEPH B. WELLS, Clerk
Dec. 11, 1P41 6t.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
Ceunly of Pike.
a the County Court, Feb. Term 1 C42.
Y illiaoi D. Grant, Administrator of the
Estate of James Culberson deceased, comes
andnles his petition for the sale of the rea
estate of said deceased, accompanied by a
true account of the administration of said
estate, a list of the debts due to and bv the
dee'd., and remaining unpaid, and an invent
ory o: tiie real estate, ana ot th remain injr
personal estate with its appraised value, and
ali other assets in his hands, the whole veri
fied bv the affidavit of the said administra
tor, it is therefore ordered that all persons
interested in said estate, be notified that nn-
ess tiie contrary be shown on the first day
of the next Term of this Court, an order
will be made for the sale of real estate of
said deceased viz: the S. E. i Sec. 27 T. 54
R. 2 W. containing 80 acres, and the S. E. i
N. E. qr. Sec. 27, same township and Range,
and the K. S. W. i of said N. E. i Sec.
27, containing in all on3 hundred and forty
one acres more or less, or so much thereof as
will be sufficient to pay the debts of said
deceased yet remaining unpaid, and it is fur
ther ordered that this notice be published in
some newspaper printed in this State for six
A true copy, from the Record,
Attest. A. H. BUCKNER, Clerk.
Feb. 19th, 1842 Ct.
A DMINISTRATION NOTICE.
OTICK is hereby given that the undersigned has
taken out letters of Administration on the estate
01 ynthia Ann Ilnstetter, dee'd. from the Clerk of
County Court, of Pike County bearing date the first
of .March, A. D. 1642; all persons, therefore who
haveanyclaimsurainstthe estate of said deceased
are required to exhibit tbe same duly authenticated for
allowance, within one year from the date of said let
Icrs, or they may be precluded from having anv bene
fit of said estate, and if such claims are not present
ed within three years they will be forever barred.
KNOCK IIOSTETTER, wjrfm'r.
March 5, 1842 lit.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned
has obtained fiom the Clerk of the Conntv
Conrt of Pike county, letters of Administration upon
the Estate of Burch Vermillion dee'd. bearing date
the first day of March 1842. AH persons Jiav
ing claims against said estate, are requested to exhib
it them in one year from the date of said letters for
allowance, or they may be precluded from any benefit
of tnid estate; and if such claims are not presented
within three yean, from the date of said letters, they
will be forever barred.
RESON VERMILLION, Adm'r.
TO ALL, WHOM IT MAT COXCERX:
rTWE undersigned hope3that all persons
indebted to the office of the Salt. Itizer
Journal, for Scbscbiptiow, AnvrnTisiKo, or
Job Wokk, will speedily pay up their accounts.
i ne amounts due are scattered over a number of. lar,
counties, ana tne cost oi collection, if he is com
pelled to call upon each individual, would in ma-
IIV PflCPQ OVOn) ill A eiirna Anil riii
il pcim9Ci... ..i .I. ... . . .
the Postmasters, and thus save us both trouble
and expense, and at the same time do us a great
favor. We are in want of money, and we must
have it, and it must come from those for whom
we have been laboring for the last two years.
A. H. BUCKNER.
milE undeis-gned administrator of the estate of
?Jr"thia Ann Vermillion deceased, on the 24th
day ef March at inst. the late residence of said dece.sh
ed, on Salt River in Peno Township, will offer f..
sale and sell to the highest bidder; the stock of
horse,, cattle, hogs .beep, household and kitchenr
furniture, and farming utensils. helnn:n- .
e.t.te,-on all sum. of five dollar, and under, the
cash will be required over that sum a credit of 12
months will be given, the purchaser giving bond with
ENOCH HOSTETTER, Adm'r
March 5, 1842-31. '
STATE OF MISSOURI, I,
County of Warren. )
Id tbe County Conrt of laid county November
term, 1841. , , . -
William Dremire, administrator of the estate or
Adolnhus Shaburr. deceased, cornea into court and
nroc.ni. hi. n.sltinn ifttin? forth that there is not sut-
firipnt nersmia 1 utate of said deceased to pay his
dnhts. ml nnnm fnr the sale of the real estate of
said deceased for the ournose of paying his debt
which petition is accompanied by an exhihit of h
administration according to the statute in that case
And therennnn. it is ordered by the court that a
persons interested in said estate be notified that nnless
pond cause to the contrarv be shewn on or before
the first day of the next terra of this court, an order
will be made to sell tbe soutn wesi quarter oi
south west auarter of section number 21, in townsh
number 45 of range number 1 west, containing 40
acres: and it is further ordered by said court that sa
administrator give notice of this application accord
inir to law.
I, Joseph B. Wells, Clerk of theC. court aforsaid.do
certify that the above is correctly copied
seal. from the record or said court. In testimo
f -v-, S ny whereof, I have hereunto set my hand
and the seal of said court at office in the town of
Warrenton, in said county, this lHth day of Novell
ber, 1641. JOSEPH B. WELLS, Clerk.
Dec. 11, 18'1 6t.
John Clay, bv Me.thew R. Arnold his Attorney in
fact . Isaac Clay, and Catharine Doughlass, being
part of the heirs and distributees of tbe Estateof Ah
rehnmOJay deceased, do hereby oive nothiJto
George Jamison and Mary his wife, AbrumCIay
William C. Rainey and Susan his wife, Thompson
Butlerand Ann his wife, Green Remington and Eliz
abeth his wife, Green Clay, and Benjamin B. Bryan
jr. Joseph I . Bryan, Abram t . Bryan, bnoch Bryan
.Mary C Bryan, and John Brran, the six last infant
and children of Benjamin B. Bryan, Sr. and Sarah
his deceased wife, ail heirs nod distributers of the
Etnte of Abraham Cluy deceased. That they John
I lay, Cnthnnne Douglass, and Isaac Clay as afore'
said will apply to the County Court, within and for
the county of Montgomery and State of Missouri
to be begun and held nt the Court-House in Danville
on the first Monday of May 1842, on the Sod. day of
snid term, or as soon thereafter as hearing can be
nnd for an order of said Court, to sell two slaves,
one a man named Bill, the other an old woman nam
ed Maria, belonging o the Estate of Abraham Clay
decease, becaused an equal division of said slaves
cannot be made in kind.
JOHN CLAY, by
MATHEW R. ARNOLD, h
Attorney in fact,
Dec. 4th 1641. ft.
.4 nimble, sixpence better than a slowshilling
"WAVING become thoroughly convinced
'-"that the long credit system is alike ruin
ous to the merchant and liu customers, we
lave determined to abandon it.
e design during the ensuing year to
eep constantly on hand a better assortment
of goods than we ever have had, which we
intend to sell nt such prices as will satisfy
our friends and the public generally, that it
will be to their interest to adopt tins mode of
Wheat, Oats, Hemp, Flax seed Stc, will
be taken in exchange lor merchandise.
i. 1$. All persons who have unsettled
accounts of 1840 with us mav expect to find
them in the hands of the proper officers for
collection, by the 10th of February 1842,
t not paid or otherwise arranged belore that
Lumber and heading for Tobacco hogs
heads also for sale.
CAMPBELL & CRANE.
Bowlinz Green. Mo., January 1st, 1842
TIIE SEW GEXESEE FARMER.
The cheapest Agricultural Paper in the Un
ion umii v r iktt stents a yenr, (in ad
. M I a
vance.) Sixteen large pages monthly.
wim cuts. J. J. iiiovAS 6i M. li. Kate
hah, Editors. Daviii Thomas and others.
assistants. Une Hundred Correspondents.
rXIHE flattering encouragement which the
-- New Genesee Farmer has received du
ring the past year, has convinced tho proprie
tors that the paper can be sustained in its
native soil, and at its economical price; and
wiuie wiey express tneir gratitude lor the as-
is : nee they have thus far received, they
rvii.'d now, with renewed confidence. ar
peal to the friends of Agriculture in behalf
oi uie Decona volume, me paper is so
well known, and so highly approved, that it
is unnecessary to speak of its character,
further than to say, that it will not suffer by
a comparison with any other paper of the
kind in the United States. Each successive
number has shown an increase of talent nnd
correspondents. It has received during the
past year, original communications from
OiME HUiDKEl WRITERS, most of
whom are well known practical Farmers.
It also contains the most useful selections
from other Agricultural journals, reports of
uie luarKets, eye.
The object of the New Genesee Farmer
is io advance the great interests of Agricul
ture and Horticulture to benefit the com
munity in general, and Farmers in particu
lar. Experience proves that it is well cal
culated to promote this object; and there-f---
: : i. r e - .
iuiu ii is me uuiy oi every iriend ol im
to ! its circulation, in order
tnai us innuence mav be lelt throurrhnnt th
i i '-.
The friends of Agricultural
should especially enconmrm this
unless farmers read on the subject, and' get
their minds interested in thier profession, they
will not act efficiently for its advancement.
The Societies formed last year in western
New York, and their fine exhibitions, have
already given anew impulse to the cause in
this section of country; and it is confidently
expected that much more will be done the
The Second Volume commenced January
1st. 1841. t 7
All Postmasters are requested to act as
Agents, and remit money to the publishers.
Address, BATUIIAM & CROS MAN,
Feb- 3 , Rochester, N. Y
THE subscriber has opened a honse of
Entertainment, at the Stone House on
the West side of the public square, in thei
Town ol liowlmsr lireen. He win oo an in
his power to make his house the travellers
home, in its literal sense.
Bowling Green, Jan. 2D, 1842.-6U
STATE OF MISSOURI,) .
County of Pike. J
In the Countr court within and for said county
Pike, at the November term thereof, 1842 to wit, on
the fifth day of January, 1842, the following ap
pears as part of the proceedings of said court.
IT is ordered that all persons indebted to the coun
tr of Pike, for moner loaned from the different
township school funds of said county, be notified
that unless ail interest doe said funds be paid to the
County Treasurer, on or before the first day of the
neat February term of this court, that they will be
proceeded against fnr both principal and interest wiin
out delay. It is also ordered that all principals a
well as securities, who have become unable to pay
or have removed from the limits of the county, be
notified that tbey will be required to renew their
bond, with additional security at the same time and
if not so renewed, they will also be proceeded apaiast
according to law. It is further ordered that this or
der be published in some newspaper printed in this
county lor three week, inccessively, tbe last inser
tion to be before the first day of the next February
term of tbis conrt.
r , A true copy from the record. In testimo
- seal, y ny whereof I have hereunto set my band
' , ' and affiled tbe seal of office, this 6tb day of
Jan. 8, St. A. II. BUCKNER. Clerk.
In the Lincoln Circuit Court, Missouri, October
Chahi.es Bennet, Complainant, ) Bill in Chancery
Minv Bennet, Defendant. ) Divorce.
TVTOW, here come, the complainant by his solici
li tor, nnd on affidavit of .aid complainant, i
appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that sail
defendant is a non resident of tnis state. It is there
fore ordered by the Court, that said defendant be
notified by a publication of this order, to be made in
some newspaper printed in this state, for eirht week
successively, the last insertion to be at least fou
weeks before the commencement of the next March
term of the court, that the said complainant has
filed in this court, his bill of complaint against hei
for a divorce from tbe bond, of rnatrimsny. There
fore the .aid defendant is required to appear in tl.
court, on the first day of the next term to be begun
and held it the Court House in tbe town of Troy, in
and for .aid county of Lincoln, on the 3d Monday
in March next, and answer .aid bill of complaint, or
the same will be taken for confessed against her.
Huston for complainant.
State of Missouri, J
County of Lincoln, ' I, Francis Parker, Clerk of
tbe Circuit Coutt in and for said County of Lincoln,
certify, thnt the above is a true copy of an order from
the records of said Court, made at the October erm
. j Given undei my hand and the seal of said
sal Circuit Court, at office in the town
--v ' Troy, in anil for .aid county of Lincoln,
this I.ilh day of .November, If-4I.
Nov. 20 Ft. FRANCIS PARKER, Clerk.
"Vf OTICE is hereby eiven to all concerned, that lattcrs
ll testamentary on the estate of Henry Inloe deceased,
late of Pike County, Mo., have been cranted to the
unufKiened ty tne county Court or said County
of Pike, bearine date the 9th dav of Feb. 1842.
All persons having claims aeainst said deceased are no
tified to present them for allowance within one year from
the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from
the benefit of said estate, and if not presented within
inree years, win oe lorever barred.
GEORGE MOCK, Ex'r.
Feb. 12, '42. 3t.
Vl OTICE is hereby eiven to all concerned, that let-
JL ters testamentary on the estate of H. M'Gowen, late
of Ralls countr, Mo. dee'd.: have been cranted to the un
dersigned, dated the 7th day of March 1M2. All per
sons having claims against his estate are therefore re
quired to exhibit the same to the undersigned, within one
year irom me aate oi said letters, or they may be pre
cluded from any benefit of said estate, and if such claims
be not exhibited within three years, thev will be forever
oarrea. JAJ1M l.LOK. Executor-
March 26, ML 3t
TLf OFFATTS VEGETABLE LIFE
FILLS AND PIICEMX BITTEUS.
The high celebrity which these excellent
Medicines have acquired, in curinc almost
every disease to which the human frame is
liable, is a matter familiar with almost pvprv
ntellient person. They became known bv
their fruits their good works have testified
for them they did not thrive by the faith of
In casesofCostiveness.Pvsnensia. Billions
nd Liver Affections, Asthma, Piles, Settled
'ains, Rheumatism, Fevers and Amies. Ob-
tinate Headaches, Impure State of the Flu
ids, Unhealthy Appearance of the Skin. Ner
vous Debility, the Sickness incident to Fe
males in Delicate Health; every kind of
Weakness of the Digestive Oreans' and in all
general Derangements of Health, these Med
icines have invariably proved s certain and
speedy remedy. They restore vigorous
health to the most exhausted constitutions.
A single trial will place tho Life Pills and
iKinix Uitters beyond the reach of compe
tition, in the estimation of every patient.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, at
Wm. B. MOFFATT'S Medical Office, 375
sTh a , . . '
Broadway, new York.
N. u, None are genuine unless thev have
the lac simile of John Moflatt's signature.
(Kr The Life Pills are sold in boxes Price,
25 cents, 50 cents, and 1 each, according
to the size; and the Phoenix Bitters in bottles.
at 1 or $2 each, with full directions.
A supply of the above Medicines for sale
by H. G. Edwards, P. M. B. Green.
Wm. Luce &Co. Louisiana.
Witcher & Stalev, Ashley.
FT1IIE undersigned Administrator of the estate of
X B. Mullikin, deceased late of Pike county. Mo.
hereby gives notice to all concerned, or in any
way interested in said estate, that the undersigned
Administrator will make a final settlement of tbe
estate at the next May term of the county court
oi saia county, is.
Feb. 19 4t. W. M. WALKER, Adm'r.
STATE OF MISSOURI,)
County of Pike, " Bl ' - -
la the county Court of said county, Fab. term. Ig
NEWTON McDANNOLD, Administrator of jk.
state of William McDannold, deceased, filta )Z
petition for the sale of the real estate of said Jrriaai"
accompanied by a true 'account of his admmist ration, j
ub v. hi. uouu uuv w anu uj nm uecasea, inq MnaisL
ing unpaid, and an inventory of the real astata, mmi af
tbe remaining personal estate, with its appraisad nha.
and all other assets in his bands, the whole varirtedsr
tbe affidavit of the nid administrator. It is tBerafm
ordered that all persona be notified that nnless ta
trary be shewn on the first day of the next Una of Ikb
court, an order will be made for the sale of tbe real eT
tate of said deceased, viz. the It. 1-9 N. W. orof m
No. 4. township No. 49, N. R. No. 4 W, eeaUinhw
ninety-twe 33 1-2-100 acres, the West 1-8 8.W.
see. 33, township 50, N. K. 4 Wn eontaininr 80 tali
and the S. E. qr. S. 32, township 50, N. it 4 Vyeasj.
Lining one hundred and sixty acres, all lying hi tat
county of Montgomery, or so much thereof as will aaf
the debts of the deceased. It it further ordered that
this order be published in seme newspaper in this state
for six weeks successively. A true copy of the record.
Feb 26, 6f rest, A. H. BUCKNER, Clerk.
TIIE Subscriber wishes to purchase from two to
three hundred thousand weirht of loose tobac
co, for which he will pay fair prices. He has a be
constantly en hand at bis manufactory in Prairie,
ville, manufactured tobacco of all descriptions, frosa
15 to 35 ots per pound which be will sell low at
wholesale or retail. He has also on hand annnrV
of iron and steel, which he is selling very low for
GFO. W. THURMOND. .
Eeb. 5, 1842. tf.
rTPlIE undersigned administrator of the es-
tate of Daniel Adams, deceased, lat
of Pike County Mo. hereby gives notice to
all creditors and others interested in said es
tate, thit he intends to make a final settle.
ment of said estate, at the next Mav term
of the County Court of said County. "
Feb. I9-4t. THUS. BLAND, Adm'r.
r. v LA I v AUlh l i OF 'V
T"! If Y Ta 1 -sir T - w- mmm - V
Executed with neatness and despatch,
On very reasonable terms,
FOR CJ1SH.1XD CJSH ONLY I
Notice is hereby given that on the 4th day of Jaa
usry next, at the Town ofPaineaville in tha Can.
ty of Pike, I shall offer for sale at public vendue tbe
personal property belonging to the estate of the late
iiuaiu a. i uappeiiar, aeccased.
The sale will take olaca between tha hnn r ..
o'clock in tbe forenoon and three o'clock in the after,
noon of that day. Terms of sale : for all mm. r ik.
dollars or onder, cash ; for all sums over three dollars.
" muoins win do given, tbe purchaser
giving note and approved seennty.
iec. -oi. W.n. LONO,
STATE OF MISSOURI, i
County of Warren. J '
In the County Court of said countr. NormW
term, 1841. ;
Charles A. Kuntze administrator of the estate nt
lohn Oesterich, deceased, comes into court and nra-
icnts his petition praying for the sale of the real es
tate of said deceased for the numose of navisiv hi
debt;, which petition is accompanied by an exhibit
of hi. administration of said estate pursuant to law.
it i. therefore ordered by the court that all petseaa
ntrresicii m .am rsiaie oe notified tbat nnless rood
u.c iu tumr.rj oe snewn on or belore the first
ay of the next term of this conrt an order will ha.
made to sell fifty five acres and twentr Doles of land
situate in section number twenty, in township nam
ber forty-five, in range No. two west, or so much there
of a. will be sufficient to par the debts of ui( la
ceased, and it is further ordered by the court that said
aumimstrator give notice of this application accord
n io taw.
n true ciipj lasen ir
(S1 whereof, I, J
seal. county court
f ) and the seal ,
A true copy taken from the record. In testimony
Joseph B. Wells, Clerk of said
rt have hereunto set my hand
I of .aid court at office in said
county this ISth day of November, A. D. 1841.
JOSEPH B. WELLS. Clerk.
Dec, 1I,1S4I 6t.
BOOK AMI JOB PKINTIIVU.
" Deeds, Mortgage
" Notes "nd
" Bills ofCrelaau
Clerk's, and BLAXK
ard ol all kinds,
.ad in:, )
Horse, and BILLS
FANCY AND ORVAMENTAT. PRintinc
Will be done expeditiously on reasonable terms at the
THE R.1DIC.1L OFFICE.
LL person, having claim, against Joseph G
Showaltcr. an insolvent ilohln. harahw
d that on the 12th dav of March next at the conntt
room of James W. Booth in the town ofClark.l
He, the uhdertirned will nroceed to linnidate and
ljust the demands asrain.t.aid Showalter. and nasr
the same a. far as assets have come to my hands.
WM. FENIX, Sheriff,
"IN pursuance of an order of the County
Court of Pike Countv. made at tha Feb.
ruary Term 1842, the undersigned Aminis-
iraior oi me estate ol Matthew McDowell,
dee'd., will proceed to sell at public auction-
If .1 a- . it . T
ueiore tne sourt-ttouse door in the town of
Bowling Green, on the first day of the next
May Term of said Court, for readv monev.
the following real estate, belonging to the
estate of said deceased, (viz:) Lot No. (64)
sixty-four in the town of Clarksville, Lot No.
thirty-three (33) in Praineville, and Lots No.
twenty-five (25) and forty (40) in Block five
(5) in the town of Paynesville, all being in
said county of Pike..
JESSE HUGHS, AdmV.
Fed. 19, 1842.-6L
ur . l j . , - . . - . . . . .
iinu uuuerugnea Administrator of toe estans
s S. P. Kent, deceased, late of Pike County Mo.
hereby gives notice to all conoerned or in any waj in
terested in said estate, that the undersigned admin
istrator will apply for a final settlement of raid es
tate at tbe next May term of the County Ceartof
Feb. 10 4t. II. T. KENT, Adas'r.