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For the Radical.
It is an old saying, that "one story is
good till another is told." This will ap
ply to the warfare which has been car
ried on through your paper for some
months past, about the subject of tem
perance. I use the word warfare improperly,
perhaps, for in truth, the fighting has
been all on one side. Your paper just
ly cl aims the character of impartiality in
politics, and hoping you will be equally
just in contraverseys on other subjects, I
shall venture to write and send you for
publication, a few ideas upon the other
side of the temperance question.
And here I wish to be distinctly un
derstood, that I go for temperance in the
true meaning of the word; but I confess
lam "tee-totally" opposed to laying men
under oligation to practice total absti
nence, for many reasons.
And first, because the lbble don't re-1
Secondly, because the laws of our
country don't require it.
Thirdly, because it is signing away a
Fourthly, because it creates unkind
feelings among neighbors, and disturbs
the fellowship of churches.
Fifthly, because liquor is often useful.
Sixthly, because but the above rea
sons are sufficient for the present; but I
wish to inprove this opportunity to de
ny the justness of the charges that have
been made against us, (I mean the op
posers of tee-totalism. and the preachers
and members of a certain church).
1st. We arc charged with being op
posed to temperance this is false from
beginning to end. We arc in favor of
temperance, as far as the Bible is, and
that is enough to satisfy me.
2nd. We are charged in a miserable
dialogue, which some one fixed up to
show his smartness, and which you will
allow me to say, in my opinion, done but
little credit to your paper, with having
the drunkards on onr side, and that we
join with them in opposing temperance.
This charge, and the whole dialogue,
I pronounce a base slander upon us; for
we arejust as much opposed to drunken
ness as any lee-lo1a!ers,'and have just as
little respect for drunkards.
By publishing the above, you will, I
presume, much oblige many of your sub
scribers, and also your friend W.
To tirorifc fur the rail of a Convention
Be it enacted Li the General Jlsxtmbly of
the Stale of .Missouri, as fallows:
1. There shall be, at the gene ral elec
tion for the members of the General As
sembly, in the year eighteen hundred and
forty-four, a poll opened, at the several
election precincts, for taking the sense
of the people of this State upon the ex
pediency of calling a Convention to a
intnd, alter or make a new Constitution
of this State.
2. It shall be the duty of the judg
es at the several election precincts in
this State, at the election aforesaid, to
cause a poll to be opened, which poll
6hall containtwo columns: one to be head
ort 'Pnnvpni inn.' the other 'no Conven
tion;' and they shall cause the votes of
each individual voter lo be set in me ap
3. All persons qualified, by the
Constitution and laws of this State, to
vole tor members of the General Assem
bly, shall be entitled to vote for or against
4. At the close of said election, at
the several election precincts in this
State, the judges thereof shall cause an
abstract of the votes given, for and a
gainst a Convention, to be made out and
certified to the clerks of the several coun
ty courts in this State, who shall make
nnt an abet rant of the voles, eiven for& a-
gainst a Convention, in their respective
counties, and transmit, me same i
Secretary of State in the same manner
and with the like restrictions that they
are required to certify the votes geven
for Governor, and Lieutenant Governor.
5. The Secretary shall, on or be
fore the first day of December eighteen
hundred and forty-four, make out and
l.i: !. nnuornnr a fill! alld COm-
UU11VCI lu "ic u i i-i j
plete abstract of the votes given for and
against a Convention who m" "'--
ately cauf.e the same to be published in
S6. If a majority of the votes thus
uii i . rVintroniinn.the Gov-
CIVcu & nan uuiwi s j
irnor shall, in the month of April, one
thousand eitrht hundred ana ionv--.
, i?-4: t,M at he sever-
oraer an eieuuun i -
al places of voting in this State, on the
first Monday in August, one thousand
eight hundred and forty-five, to elect del
egates to said Convention; which elec
tion shall, in all respects be govel by
the existing laws regulating elections
.ndthe persons elected shall, each, Re
ceive a certificate thereof accordingly.
$7. Each Senatorial district shall,
ana is hereby authorised to elect double
the number to serve ;.n said Con enUon
which said distuct snai " "g"
to a seat in the Convention.
8. The person who shall be elect
ea, according to the provisions of this
act shall, on the third Monday of No
vember, 1845, meet and assemble at the
City of Jefferson, in general convention,
and shall have power to form and propose
a new Constitution for this State.
9. The Convention shall judge its
own privileges and elections, and the
members thereof shall have all the priv
ileges to which members of the General
Assembly are entitled, and shall be al
lowed the same compensation; and said
Convention shall have power to appoint
such officers and give them such com
pensation as may be deemed right, and
said compensation shall be obtained in
the same manner as the members and of
ficers of the General Assembly are al
lowed and paid.
10. In cases of contested elections
to the convention, the contending candi
dates shall pursue the same course and
be governed by the same rules as are now
prescribed by law in contested elections
to the Legislature of this State.
t 11. If a vacancy shall occur in the
convention, the same shall be filled in
the same manner as prescribed by law
lor tilling vacancies of the Legislature of
12. The constitution firmed by the
convention shall be deposited in theoflice
of the secretary of state; and a copy of
the same shall by the Governor, be caus
ed to be published in such manner as
said convention shall direct.
13. On the first Monday in Au
gust, 1S-16, at the several election pre
cincts in this state, the judges thereof
shall cause two columns to be opened:
headed one 'for the constitution,' 'the
other, 'against the constitution,' and
cause the vote of each voter to be set in
the appropriate column, and certify the
votes so given to the clerks of the seve
ra! county courts, who shall certify the
same to J:'i9 secretary of state, in the same
manner and wi.1! tl,e ,ike restrictions
that they are now reared to certify the
votes given for Governor and Lieuten
ant Governor of this state.
t 14. All qualihcd voters ot this state
shall be entitled to vote for or against
15. It shall be the duty of the Gov
ernor to lay before the General Assem
bly, at ihcir regular session, in the year
1S46 the vote for ratifying or rejecting
said constitution; and if it shall appear
to the General Assembly, in joint meet
ing, that a majority of all the votes giv
en have accepted the constitution, they
shall, by joint resolution, declare said
constitution to be the supreme law tf the
State, & the former canstitution shall be
16. It shall be the duty of the Gov
ernor, in the month of May, 1843, to
cause this act to be published in three of
the principal newspapers in St. Lcuis,
and in all the other papers published in
this Slate outside St. Louis, which publi
cation shall continue for six successive
weeks; the expenses of said printing
shall be paid out of the general contin
This act to take effect from and after its
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Al. .VI. JI.11t.UAUl ivr.,
President of the Senate.
Approved Feb 27, 1843.
WILL IJKSOLDi.n the 22nd. ol
the nrespnt month, at the late
residence of Lirkin Dorsev, deceas
ed, upon a credit of twelve inonths,
ilie following property, belonging to
the estate ol s .nl doce:is-i, viz: six
-laves, two men. on wiMiiun nr.il
turec clnldreti, aUo 18ln-;id of horses
nid mules, among tlirm six valusil-le
brood marcs, cattle, n larje lot of
hogs, corn, wheat, ojis. hemp, wngon
ni,i ff.ir. bed and bedd:n', liue-
h,M and kitchen furniture, firming
utensils, and a great many oilier j
articles to i tedious to mention, ror
!l sums of five dollars ami under, the
cah wi 1 b" required, for all sums
overlive, the purchaser will be re
quired to execute bond with approv
ed security. No properly to be re
moved until these conditions are
complied with. Sale to commence
at 9 o'clock, A. M.
SHERIDAN HORSEY, Admin
istrator of l.arkin Dorsey,dec'd.
June 3rd, 1C43. . Sw31.
Y virtue and amhority ofan exe
cution issued fiom the ollice ot
the Clerk ot t!ie Uircuu iouri 01 i ikc
county, Missouri, against James R.
l'atton, and in favor ol James Thomp
son and Francis W. Thompson, I
have levied upon and seized all the
ri ht, title, and interest, of the said
James R. l'atton, of, in, and to the
Mlowina described land, lying and
,,cir.g si.iiated in said county of I ike
to wit: part of the E ot the S. W.
ar. oi action 27.T.52.K. 1 E., con
taining 60 acres more or ess, and
will sell the same to the highest bid
der, for ready money, at the court
,lOU'se door, in the town o Howling
Green, in said county of Pike, tm Jie
23rd day of the present month, be
tween nine and five o'clock ot that
1 day, and during the term oi me iir
jcult Court for said county, to satis
fy said execution and all costs.
j'yS VM. PEMX, Sheriff.
I June 3rd, 1843. 3w3l.
On Tuesday last, 6th present month, in the I
ninth year ofhi.r. Willi. ,n a .u.i mn !
of William Carver of tliia Township.
T" b,Ve t,,eir lim 10 r,,l
And flowers to wither at tho .iortb wind's
And stars to set but all
Thou hast all seasons for thine own, Oh.
"Youth and the opeo:ng rose.
May look like things too gloiious to decay,
And smile at thee but thou art not of those
That wait the ripened blo im to seize their
- x .? r "71;
THE fast running passenger steamer,
U. S. Miil Boreas, T. M. Fithian.
Captain, will leave St. Louis, every
Wednesday and Saturday evening at 4
o'clock, for Keolmk. On her return, will
leave Louisiana, every Friday & Monday
evening at 3, and Clarksville at 4 o'clock
on same day. As the Boreas carries the
L. S. Jllail, she can be depended upon
to leave regularly and punctually, at the
May 27th 1813. 30 If.
r Willi'. suh.rril.er having tiikcn charge of
JL the IlnVk Tavern in this place forme
y occupied by A. o'nrjr, will eruhrncethe
present opportunity of ay ing to the citizens
of Uuwliug (Jrrcli, vicinity , and community
generally, that nil who may call upon him
shall he Hccomiiioitntrd en the mot moder
ate term", lie flatlrrs himself that hi He
cnmnintlationsare tu-h ns will cive general
satisfaction. But at the tame time he would
ay to those who may favor him with their
patronage, tl.al he w ill expect punctuality
on their part, otherwise l.c wi!l ujt te nbie
to do them or himself jii-tice.
lii.;'"'11? lu'lirine per week, . . $'! M)
Hoarding ' l'lg:S 15"
Man wilh horse, -"ucr '"''"S
breakfast, . . 1
A siiiuli) meal with ahorse fed,
ilertinbut avuil liim-clf of the pi',cr''
menus of n turniep his thnnkfl to those who
have and are now p;itrr!iiiti him, ethe
will henreforwnrtl he under the uh-oliite tt-ees-ify
of ex. irtmg his fees fir board at ttit
clote of every two weeks.
Powlini: Ciern, May 27lh l-4: VMtC.
AIiiiiiiifra for's .oticc.
jVJ OTK'K i hereby given, that the umlrr
1 1 signed hui ohtaine l of the Clerk of the
County Court of Tike County, letters ol
Administration on the rtte of ThninHS
Chniiit'erlain ileceaseil, riuted May 2, lM-'t,
u 1 1 persons indebted to ni I e-t.ite are te
iii'teil to make immediate payment. All
persons having cl.-iitns nsamst saiJ ettn'e,
are requested to nhibit them prnprily au
thenticated, within onr yenr from the dt
of tuid letters in thrjr may be preclm.'ed
from having; nuy henOt of aid estate, nnrt it
not exhibited within three J curs, they w ill
be forever barred .
KliKI). BttASSTETTF.R, )
M. K. t II A.MIIF.I
A I nir's.
.Mnv 27tli, 1843.
IMPt'TICE is hereby in that (he nn
ilerined has taken out letters of Ail
mini'! ration on the estate of Il.-yant l!ro n,
rleceased, late of Moiitipiuery county.
Mi-miri, beurin: date the IGth ilny ol
Js It43. All persons, therefore, ill
deb'letl to the e-tate of sairl deceased, are re
quested to make immediate payment ; mid
all persons navinr; claims Hirninst said estate
are requested to exhibit them properly aii
Iheiitiriiteil, within one year from the date
of said letters, or they may be precluded
from having any benefit of said estate, anil
if sairl claims are not pte-eiilert isithin three
years, they will be forever barred
rillLANHKIt I'KAPKK, ArlmV
May 27th, I-M3
ADMINISTRATION N ) TlCloT
tlTlt'l". is hereby pivn. that the till
1 dor'ieiied has obtninerl from the Clerk
of the County Court of I'ike county. Mo.
letter of ilminitialion upon tho Kstn te ol
Loyd Ford . ileceaseil. tearilig date Hie
:!rrl. day M iy A. I). 1-4:1. All persons
havint; claims niraiust said e-tate, are re
qnesteil lo exhibit them in one yenr from
the date of laid letters for allowance, or
they may be precluded from any benefit ol
aid estate; and if such claims are not pre
sented within three years from the date of
said letters, they will be forever barred.
May fit h 32..
SAM OP EE It ESTATE.
CTM IE undersigned Administrators of
the Estate ot William u. ii?gs,
deceased, in pursuance of an order
of the County Court of Pike Coun
ty will expose to public sale be
fore the Court House door in the town
of Bowling Green, on the 2nd day ol
the next June Term of the Circuit Court,
of said County, the following described
lots of land lying in said County, viz :
S. 1-2 lot No. 2, N. W. qr. see. 18,
T. 54, N. R. 2 W.; the W. 1-2 N. W.
nr. sec. 17, T. 54, N. R. 2 W; the E.
1-2 N. E. qr. Sec. 31, T. 52, N. R. 4
W, the VV. 1-2 N. W. qr. Sec. 32, T.
52, N. R. 4 W.; the S. E. 1-4 E. qr
section 30, T. 52, N. R. 4 W.; W. 1-2
S. E. 1-4, section 30, and vv. i-t in. tu.
1-4, Section 31, TowBseip 52, N. R.
4. West. The above lands will be sol
d on a credit of 12 and 18 months, the
.,rnWer civino- bonds with personal se
curity f"r the payment oAhc purchase
money beanng interest, ai o jr -from
day of sale.
W. READING, ?Adm.r.
W. C. DOWNING.
3owling Green, May 6, 1843. 4t7
ILL be sold, on the 17th of
June next, at the late residenrn
of Thomas I'hambetlain, deceased,'
on Indian Creek, all the personal es
lute of said deceased, consisting of
horses, cattle, hog!, sheep, house
hold and kitchen furniture, one wag
on and a sett of black smith's tools.
&c, on n credit of 1 2 months, on all
sums over two dollar?. Bond and
security for the purchase money w ill
FRED. WIANSTETTER, J . .
M.K. CHAMBERLAIN. $ Admr
Jlgy27u, 1843. 3w30.
JVOTICE is hereby given, that the
undersigned has obtained from
the Clerk of the County Court of
Pike county, letters of Administra
tion upon the Estate of Andrew Mif
(nrd, deceased, hearingdale the 25th
May A. D. 1843. All persons hav
ing claims against said estate, are re
quested to exhibit them in one year
from the date of said letters for al
lowance, or they may be precluded
from any benefit of said estate; and
if such claims arc not presented with
in three years from the date of said
letters, they will be forever barred.
MEM MISADF.CK EARLY, Adm'r.
May 27ih, 1R43. 3w30.
OYntithoritv of an execution issu
ed from the office of the Clerk of
the County Court of the county of
Pike, in the .State of Missouri, in fa
vor of Frederick B. Leach, gurdian
of Joseph William filayher and A
mos Thoinas May her, and against
George I). Roundtiranf, I have levied
upon and seizpd all the right, title,
and interest, of the said George D.
Boundiir int, of, in and to the follow
ing real estate, to wit: the W.I S.
W.o,r. S. 29. T. 54. N. of Ilnn-e 4
W.. E. 1 S. W. qr. S. 29 T. 54. R. 4
W., E 1 S. E. qr. S. 30 T. 54. R. 4
W., N. W. i S. E. qr. S. 30. T. 51.
R. 4 W., ami the N. E. i or the N.
W.qr. S. 32, T. 5J, R. 4 W.; and
will sell the same to the highest bid
der for cash in hand at the Court
''iis? door in the town of Bowling
Green. ? s;,'u' f'otiniy, on the 2lst.
div ..f J.t!..' I,'"!- I ctween the hours
of 9 nn I 5 o'clock 't
at dav, and
dtititi.' the term of the Circuit C';Url
lor said county of Pike, to sa?ifv said
execution and l! cot.
WM. PENIX, ShcrilT.
May 27th, 184.3. 3w30
IY virtue and authority of an exe
cut ion issued from the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of Pike
count V, Afisaotiri, in f.i w r ol Oecw
W. Adams, and against Lewis Jones,
Fiirman joxs, John Lewallen and
llezakiah A. Lard, and tome direct
ed, I have levied upon and seized all
the right, title, and interest of the snid
defendants, of, in and to the follow
ing desciilied lands, lying in said
county to wit: one acre of ground
adjoining the town of Ashley, bound
ed as lollows: beginning at a post the
southern corner of the meeting house
lot, ndjoininrr the said town of Ashley,
thence N. 45 E. 300 feet, to a post,
thence S. 45 E. 1454 to a post, thence
S. 45 W. 300 feet to a post, and large
bl ickonk, thence N. 45 W. 145J
fee t, to the beginning, with a steam
mill thereon, known ns the Ashley
steam mill, alf o the tract of land on
which Ftancis Jones now reside, be
iny? part anil parcel of a tract ot land
si.ld by E. P. Gaines and wife. to
William McPike and Thomas Kerr,
the same I c'iiu part and parcel of a
concession of 1G00 A ' pens, and con
firmed to Daniel Claik, lying on the
waters of the ninth fork of Cuiver,
containing 150 acres more or less, and
will sell the same to the highest bid
der for ready money, at the Court
Motive door in the town of Bowling
Green, in said county, on the 20th
day of June next, between the hours
of 9 and 5 o'clock of that day, and
during the term of the Circuit Court
of s.iid county of Pike., to satisfy said
execution and all costs.
WM. PEN IX, sSherilT.
May 27.h. 1843. 3w30.
W. II. Waters,
TTAVING located himself in Bowline
I C.reen. offers his professional services to
the citizens and public generally. In cases of
intricacy, where additional medical aid shall
be deemed necessary, the services of Dr. T. S.
Waters, will be giverr without additional
Bowling Green, May 13th. 1843 3w28.
1 inT f a i hum ii sci fnoi
TilE unrieivigned, a graduate of tha Dan
ville Deaf and Hum Asylum, Ky , will
open a schnol for the instr.iction of deaf and
dumb children, at the residence of Judge Me.
Far land, in Lincoln ronnly Mo.
Terms: fifty dollars per scholar for twelve
months. All who may feel disposed to pat.
ronize this school, will please ba assured that
no attention shall be wanting, which will eon.
duce to the advancement of their children in
the path of improvement. Those who may
wish lo send from a distance can obtain board,
inn cheap in the family of Mr. McKarland.
A. JACKSON KING
Jaa. W. Campbell, W. Hendrick. S. P. Rob
inson, Hiram ii. Edwards. G. B. Crane, Tims.
S. Waters, A. II. Rueknnr, Wm. Penix, Bow.
ling Green. Barzel Itiggs, Caleb McFarland,
April loth, 1843. 24 tf-
The St, Louis Republiean ploase insert four
times, and forward bill to tbi office.
T Y virtue and authority of an exe-
cution issue 1 rrom the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Pike county Misssouri, in favor of
Solomon Mase. and against William
C. Wright, and to me directed; I have
levied upon all the neht, title, and in
terest of the said William C. Wright,
of in and to the following described
land, lying in said county of Pike, to
wit: the S. E. t of the S. E. qr. of
section 9, township 54, range 4 W.,
containing 40 acres more or less; the
S. half of theN. E. J,of the S. E.
quarter of same section, T. and K.,
containing 20 acres more or less, also
the N. W. of the N. E. qr. of sec
tion sixteen, nnd S. Y. qr. of the
S. W. I of section nine, both the last
mentioned tract? in T. 54 of Ii. four
VV., containing together 120 acres,
be the same more or less, and will
sell the same to the highest bider for
ready money, at the Court House
door in the town of Bowling Green,
in said county of Pike on the 20th
day of June next, between the hours
of 9 and 5 o'clock of said day, and
during the term of the circuit court
for said county, to satisfy said exe
cution and costs.
WM. PENIX, Sheriff.
May 27th, 1843. 3w30.
Y authority of an execution is
sued lrom the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Pike connty,
Missouri, ana to me directed, in fa
vor of the county of Pike, and acainst
A. B. S. Inloc, and Amos Thomas,
I have levied and seized upon all the
right, title, and interest of said Inloe
in nnd to the following described
tract of Land, lying in said county of
T"- I a J
l iKe viz: me undivided halt of 640
acres of land it being a New Madrid
location by virtue of certicficate No.
112 in the name of Johnathan Hur
ley or his legal representatives, which
certificate is located on the South
East fractional qr. of section 28. the
S. W. fr'l. qr. section 27, the N. E.
qr. of section 33, tne N. W. r.r. of
section 34, and as much of the Wesi
side of the N. E.qr. of section 34 as
will make the quantity of 640 acres
all in T. 55. N. and 'R. 3 W., and
shall proceed to sell the same to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, at
he Court House door in Bowling
Green, during the term of said Court,
on Tuosday the 20th day of June
next, between the hours of nine and
five o'clock of said day, to satisfy
said execution and costs.
May 27th, 1 84 3. 3w30.
StICItIF FV3 SALUT
rY virtue and authority of a writ
" of venditi't ni erponin, issued
from the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of St. Iuis county, in
the State of Misouri, against Robert
W. Taylor, and in favor of Charles
L). Drake, bearing date the 5th day
of May, 1843, and to me directed, 1
shall expose to sale to the highest
bidder for ready money at ihe Court
House doer in the town of Bowling
Green, in the county of Pike, on the
20th day of June next, between the
hours of 9 and 5 o'clock of that day.
and during the term of the Circuit
Court, of said county of Pike, the fol
lowing described real estate to wit:
all the right, title and interest, of the
said Robert W. Taylor, of, in and to
the following tract or parcel of land,
lying in said county f Pike, to wit:
part of the north east fractional qr.
of section No. twenty, in T. No. 54
of R. No. 1 W., lying on both sides
of Noix Creek, and known as the
Clinton Mill property, containing 40
acres more or less, to satisfy the debt,
damages and costs on said writ.
WM. PENIX, Sheriff.
Mnv, 27th, 1 843. 3w30.
BY virtue and authority of an exe
cution issued lrom the office ol
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Pike county, Missouri, against Milton
English, and in favor of Jno. Satnmers,
to the use of Mathew R. Boyce, and
to me directed, 1 have levied upon
and seized all the riuht, title, and inte
rest of the said Milton English, of in
and to the following described land,
lvins in said county of Pike, to wit:
the K. half of the N. W. fractional
qr. of section four, T. 54 of It. three
W.. containing 79 and tlnrtv-nine
one hundredth acres more or less,
also part of the W. half of tho N.
W. qr. of section three, T. 54, R. 3
W., containing thirty seven and thir
ty nine one hundredth acres, be the
same more or less, and will sell the
same to the highest bidder for ready
money, at the Court Huse door in
the town of Rowling Green, in said
county of Pike, ort the 20th day of
June next, betwen the hours of 9
nnd 5 o'clock of that day, nnd dur
ing the term of the ciicuit court of
said county, to satisfy said execu
tion and costs.
May 27th 1843. 3w30
Executed with neatness at this Office.
BY virtue and authority of thred
several executions Issued from the
office ol the Clerk of the circuit court
of the county of Pike in the state of
Missouri, one in favor of Fhineas
Block, one in favor of Edwin Draper,
and the other in favor of Edwin Dra
per and Daniel Draper, all against
Rebecca Lamberson, and to me di
rected, I have levied upon all the
right, title, and interest, of the said
Rebecca Lamberson, of in and to the
following real estate to wit: part of
the S. W. qr. of section seven, T. 54
of range two W.. containing fifty
acres more or less, lying in said coun- .
ty of Pike, xnd will sell the same to
the highest bidder for ready money
at the Court House door in the town
of Bowling Green, in said county ef
Pike, on the 20th day of June next,
between the hours of 9 and 5 o'clock
of said day nnd during the term of
the Circuit Court, for said county, to
satisfy said execution and costs.
WM. PENIX, Sheriff.
May 27th, 1843. 3w30
ANA WAV from the sub.
scriber, living S miles
north east from Bowling Greens
Pike coonty, Missouri, on the
26th April last, negro man
named MOSE, about 5 feet 10
iocues high, rather slender; a
bout Z'i years old, dirk color.
ed, hi. feet are sore from frostbite; he is rath,
erdull, and bad nn whea he left a seal tkin
cap, and brown janes coat anH pantaloons,
with blucjahrs overcoat. It is supposed he
may attempt to cross the river. Theabova
reward will be eiven for bis delivery to me,
or confinement in some jail, where I can get
him; if taken out of this State, and if ta.
ken within the State, $25 will be (riven.
KAREN II. WI1ITAKER.
Pike coin.ty, Ms, May 25, '43. 3wS9.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons
concerned or in any way interested in
the estate of Elijah Hawkins, rjee'd. that the
undersigned Admr'.of said deceased, will
make a final settlement of said estate, at
the next August term of tha Coonty Court
of Lincoln connty, in tha state of Mis
souri, to be began and held at the Court
House in the town of Troy, on tbe second
Monday in August, l?4'l.
EDWARD HAWKINS, Adminis
trator of the estate of Elijah Hawkins dee'd.
May 20,1?43. 4w29.
rixHE undersigned administrator o
the estate of John E. Wheeler,
deceased, late of Montgomery Co.
Mo., hereby gives notice to all cred
itors and others interested in said e'-'
tate, that they intends to make a final
settlement of said estate, at the next
August term of the county Court of
said county, in the State of Missouri,
to be begun on the first Monday in
Ananst next, and held at the Court
House in the town of Danville.
GEO. W. WHEELER, Admr
May 20, 1843. 4w29.
STATE OF MISSOURI, lggj
County of Pike. (
In the County Court, May Term 1S43.
JASPER SHOTWELL Administrator or
the Estate of John Cash deceased.
comes into Conrt and files hfs petition for lbs
snle of the real estate of said deceased, and
aid petition is accompanied by a true ao
count of his Administration, a list of the
debts dua to and by the deceased, and an
inventory of the real estate, and a l offset
in bis bands, the whole verified by the sail
Administrator, it is thereftira ordered that
all persons interested in said estate, be noti
fied hereof, and unless the contrary b
sbown on tha first day of the next Angn.t
term of this coat; an order will be made
for the sate of the following real estate, ly
ing in said county of Pike, and described as
follows, viz; beginning on the southerly
side of survey I64, in T. No. f5, N. of R.
No. 3 W., of 'he fifth principal rcenuino.
set post corner from which hickory 10 in
dia., bears S. S3, W. SO links, and a black
oak 20 in tlia., bears S. 37, W. C9 liuks,
thenco south 28,00 chains intersected i sec-'
lion post, between No. 23 and twenty-three
at 63,110 chains, set post corner from which
pin oak 24 in dia. bears 70 E. 40 links, and
a ditto 15 in dia. bears S 10, V. SO links,
thence west from the centre of section No.
Hit, at 15 chains entered prairie, bears N.
E. and S. W . 30. 00 links the i section cor
ner on tbe line between sections No. 32 and
3.1, at 30 chain entered timber, at 3C chains
set post comer 3, 94 links sonth of tha
corner to sections N. 2S, 20, 32, and 33,
from which a pin oak 11 in dia., bears S.
30, W. 50 link., and an elm 14 in dia.
bears N. 37, E. 12 links, thence west at
39,60 chains set post, corner from which an.
elemOindia, bears N. 45, E. 22 links,
and a b onk 24 in dia. bears S. 69, E.
18 links, thence N. 4,00 chains; the qr.
section corner between sections No. 29 and
32 25, 63 chains set post corner, on the
line of survey No. lG, corner to fraction
al section No. 29, from which an elm 12 in
ilia., bears S.69, W. 13 links, nnd a ditto
10 in dia. bears N. 50, E. 7 links, thrnce
with the tine of survey No. 164. N. S3
E. at 40,00 chains, corner to fractional sec
tions No. 28 and 29, a 80, 10 chains to the
beginning corner, also a certain other tract
containing 35 sixty four one hundredths
acres, and hounded as follows: the east half
of the north enst qr. of section 32, in town
ship 55, of range three west, or so much
thereof as will be sufficient to pay the debts
of said estate, and further erdered tbat this
notice be published in some newspaper ;f
this State forsix weeks successively.
A true copt.
Teste. A II. BUCKNER, Clerk.
May 13th, 1S43 623
WILL be taken in payment of subierip
lion to the Radical, if dol vered sootu
Januarv 21t, 1943.