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Seven Days Later from Europe.
By the arrival of the Republic at
Boston, and of the Rosicus at New
York, we have foreign news to the
14'h of January:
There had been a further improve
ment in the wheat market. Money
continued abundan'. Cot .on was.i-
in u rtruu........
St. Helena, died in London, ol para
lysis, nn the lOiii o!t.
According lo all accounts O'Con-
may 1-e corn-icted. Tiic State-;
trial were t begiti in four days on ,
the 15th u't. j
f. .1 1 f . -1... 4 1: r.T '
ii was jra.nere i as a iai:i iii.n o
O'Donne I, Caj tain (lener.il of Cuba,
was v.penlv encotiraiiiir the revival
f tke slave trade at Cuui. Tiiiee
farje cargoes of these miserable
wretches had been recently lauded
Th Nttioml"' publishes a letter
from U-me. nnn.KUicin-j that thts ut
sriost distre pre- tils in that city.
t'ommcrcf. agriculture :ind manufac
tures are in a deplor.ih'e snte, am!
the r-n'v income derived by ine !i p
keepers i from strangers.
Ireland ipnrrtrs to remain in the
arne stile of excitement with -til de
finite action, h which s'-ie has been
for months. The near approach ol
the State trials, which were to be re
newed ot the 15th till-, h ul C.oied
forth two movements, nne npperuent
ly from the Catholic e'ersry. a-ul the
other from tlieci' V corpc: ation of Dub
lin. The first of these i a c ill for an
"UreiViP m.'f -'inj "f the Crithr'i-s
in Ireland, at P ;b!in." on the 13th
ultimo two davs before the trials
lop-.iiet a-i n--t tho strik-nj iVo-t.
the iurw panel of t-v n.imns f 1 1
Cttiio'ics; md ti-e ec;nd. a ;.: ti !!
on the Cthti!t.. ct the es: jn o(
corp--vat -.n. bv Ai ;.-;--::r.r. U-.-.ve, f - " -
nerly 3f -v r of hini. Ir an '
i4i-!-i u -
the Ojeen. rrpre-enl!i:g the g-Tvnn I ,
ce un.ler Mhi"h ire'anl mo -red. ind
!-r;ot .uu nn - o
...;,. v-.-,. .
A leJf !-- i':" W.-.'a I ol i !
bon. p i' ii'ho 1 in t: Fien -h n;per.
r'tes tliat I'.ng r-n.l has V'krn posses
sion of fr-g.- San-e?. r nngT'l'-ent
h ls'.ard cf
M t !:iga.-:sr
.ui ;!.e M"
Tl.e ! l"w.", j is :
cr: i reri on ttii'ti
rv';i "It u
- v he ertim::
re pn !- !, . ,
..f M. Li fii
on hn srce wi.l : ive
Ti'T;t'e'l : the C'iio'l'ir of
On pT-i" !," "" Mo'iere
ra'n'.iri lh IThp Kichelici:.
pr-.tejlv cried Vive Moli-f
A:tnr -:t;r,r' r-n M- f.rtf'i
; i. -iu'.'.es.
y.-no'ved IO j.r.T'et-d to ':1S-V, to
M. 1 ranger. Ti.ey st--ppe.l a
ment on the I'onlc vards. t t hr?
ministry of foreign .ni iiis, ai.u cru-o. , ;,( ,iUr Kepresentativcs be re(j:iet
d tvi vvi:!i (itiizot. b'j t these ci- ior ( , Ufe their pro;.er instrutoen'ali-
nn'neifnii iv Cfasd on wis iujunctiou tv to irnvi.ie lor tue immediate occu
.f the c-'.itmis-iry of po!ic. who j j, ,,,, or n j ,pf,.n,.e ,
watched their m ovem- nts. Having j u,e ( Ircoti Territorv. peaceai.'v if
pirtly di.:cred at t:. is point. I 'y . we can. ti-rcihly if vie must,
arson afterwards formed a pain in the j ;-,tr. Torter presciit-J t:ie resolu
Rttf Iloya!-, and m:irhe1 in the di- j ij,,a r.f the Legislature of Michigan,
recti -n of 1'assy. M- H -render. i favor of a irrnnt of Inml, to aid in
however, was n'-en! f. Ircr.c. !.". ! J ,e construction of a road from Sagi
the Main street uf T.issy, ih" c-.m . n-,w to Michillimackitiack and Sault
inissary of p. -lice. wl. !iid not for an tje Ste. .Marie.
instant lost flight of the ri -t-is. w;is Mr. Jarnagin. from the Committee
insulted, and several of the area's j n:i lievolutionaiy Clain.s. made r.n ad
who aceompmied him were i'l-treat- j verse repot t on the memorial of the
ed. Ten of the authors of thcs vi . j,(.jr an-i lepresentative of Count de
ler.ces were liere arrested, ar.d lim re-! lirasse. which, on motioned Mr.
The National estimates
at ! rtmi
1030 to 1200 the 'number of your-g
men who waited on Mr. LafT;;te.
At asy other time this aff.ir would
have injuriously affected the funds.
but we find hv'our P-'.ris letter tlia! j
the three per cents, ros? (compya
tiely with the closing piic.e ol Sat
urday) 121 cs...;ves, namely to S2f.
Ijonion. Jan. 11. The sttr of j
Ireland will, it is generally unm-r
stood, be brought befjre Parlionent
Tery early in the season. Globe.
tarrying Deadly Weapons.
This assassin-like practice has late
ly been attended with fatal results in
three instances in the South, ond the
cry of blood, unwarrantably and
ruthlessly spilt, again invokes the ef
forts of humanity and the power of
the law for the punishment of the of
fenders, and the suppression of the
In a civilized community, where
the laws furnish a safeguard to every
eilizen.nnd a remedy for every wrong,
no man can have cause to resort to
Tiolence, unless in rare and extreme
invasions of his lile, liberty or prop
erty; nor can he assume the adjust
ment of his own particular grievan
ces, much less be justified in aveng
ing insult or injury by arms. The
public peace demands that private
passions should be closely guarded
and restrained, and it is still more ne
cessary thai the means of gratifying
those passions should be confined
vjthin the narrowest limits, if they
oannot or ought not to be wholly ta-
Ren awav. The hribir
concealed weapons is productive of
no pood and immense mischief, and
should be every where denounced lv
public opinion and the law, in such!
to it. In a well regulated society
..... cl,cl.iUjiiV u Sl(lj)
to it. In a well regulated s..cietv
uc. a practice can only prove an
it a practice can only prove an
nunity to rullians and a terror and
il to the pe.u-e-ii.le; in a lawless
community, where every member is
(obliged to arm hiuiselt' ngn'mst hi '
1 neighbor, if such a coiiimiimH eiists.
(,e pracTice only proves the utter and
irredeemable depravity of the men,;
and insures, as it demands, their Jis-!
somtion as a societv
lor a good reason for carry-na them.
or to point out a
Mngie instance in
whicli they contributed to their sale-
ty and protection. Like the practice
of duelling, the carivint! "(' dead! v
ns is a relict of a barbariotis!
aje. h ng since passed awav, and ev
f ry dictate of reason, propriety, jus
tice nd humanity demand i;s sup-ptes-io:i.
Currying Concealed Wcapins.
The Ledger csprci -illy (ier.niinccs the
habit of carrying concealed vieap
ons. Very eood; but denunciation
is use'e'-s. Tiie only m- He of reme
dying the evil is, to rcn itr the wrap
on? winrrrsMrii. Give us laws that
hi"v pio'c t the san.'tity of the per-' represent .tioti, which the Sen--on'.
and impartial judges to aiminis a'e ielu-ed to have printed. Yesier
ter them, and people" will no more 1 day, resolutions of the Legislature ol
carrv concealed weapons, than they M'eorgia. lespondmg to the resolu-
vroiild overcoats in the Au-ust sun-
We insist upon it. that as long I
of wealth and influence are I
!env'it:c.! to att;,ck huml:e citizens
t t:-e cost of a s:nai! tcuuvitu sn.-'
j r.-(., n, j.,n1 as an afsanlt upon a J
j rnr.n-a ;s pjacsd imon a par w ith !
,..,, ajt u?i.n a decent dog's everv J
, n js hcunA to protect himself, and j
feet. constitu:i o.al ri-ht to
er anv circumstances. This '
,.,.. cp..,. :.,,.-r ..., :n ...
- . . . . . . ..
ri(n h n;it 11 is Ho o l.pvnriii n one
tion. I'hila.'elphia Spirit of the
It Ihr Sciititr.vii the 5'(, Mr. Il.in
peg-ni preented ti e foibiwi: -g join!
resolu'.i ns of the Leeista'ute ol In
omul u;i U.e sutoct
Whi-reas, :he dis'rict
iiiio.vn as tl-.a Teiriiorv
of Oregon. ' '
. i .'.it: iv I e.ougs : our Aati na
tiovei n i.erit; ,nd, vvherras, the in
s ill ito a v.;i i-:e and prr-sping spirit o'
l i!ie tir-ii-di ( overn'n-n! see ns aheadv
ft.'t?::te-J to lis sul jit.a-ion and con
' vcrsi-'ti ; and, whereas, the t-!ir;lret
: ii.'nng'-ment of national right is a pre-
'nK to i:n;"- Ii. :!i-iia ruled and
: clous aggression:
! Tit 'fort:, If it rcsihni. Tiiat "t
nators tn Congress te mstrncic
IVjchanan. was ordered to lie on the
The Senate then proceeded to con
sider the report of the Committee on
Finance, on the bill introduced bv
McDufile, to modify the present
ilr. ljvans, wna was eniiiiu io
ihe floor, si.oke for upwards of three!
i ii -ul cr.. 1 I
hours in reoiy to .nr. .vici'uuie, .iuu.:m; uuuru i..i-.n um
without concluding, yielded to a mo-
ij.,n for adjournment, which was car
On. the ",th iisUin the Senate, Mr.
J. I. Francis, elected in the place of
Mr. Snracue, resigned, appeared, was
qualified and took his scat.
Mr. Atchison presented a peti'ion
from inhabitants of the Oregon Ter
ritory, complaining that they have
been driven Irom their location cy
the Hudson's Cay Company.
Mr. I'.ochanan presented several
petitions against the annexation of
The Senate resumed the considera
tion of the taritr resolutions.
Mr. Woodbury, having the floor,
spoke at great length in an examina
tion of the relative merits of the tar
i.T acts of 1828 and 1842.
Without takmg the question, the
In the House, the first business in
order was the report on the Manda
Mr. Elmer took the floor, and fin
ished his argument, commenced yes-
tsnerj n.s argument, commence.. J !
terdav, denying the constitutionality .
of the law commanding the States ,0 ;
district, declaring that law void and)
Mr. Belser said this was a great
gentlemen of both political parties to
consider it m its proper light, for it is
to operate for future ages
Mr. Ddlin-ham said that Congress
iims me power to piescnt-e the
ber of Representatives, and
her of Representatives, and there
the power ol Congress ends, anc
tl:e power ol Congress ends, and then
commences the action ol the States;!
but tl.e clause o! the Constitution-
winch says that Cnrrss m iv alter
or abo'isi, the m;ir.tfrr iii.d mode of
electine l!.i,r,.n.,r., J ,.. .
--- 1 . .FIC?ai
was only intended bv the fni
the Constitution to prevent the States
from being unrepresented in case anv
. C -
one of them should fail to send ilei.-
t- A n f i ....
Mr. Woodwaid then took the floor,
and s;oke eainestly against the con
stnirional twer ot tjontrress to dis-
tncl the States, except in cases ofex-
treme emergency, and cited various
authorities, amonir them that nf Mr.
.Nicholas, in the Virginia Convention,
in illustration o! hi? argument.
Ttie report was turther discussed
by Messis. J. lrou n urd Coll m,ei ;
whereupon the House a ijouuied.
On the 8ih, in the Senate, after the
reading of the journal, M r. Hate, call
ed the attention of the Senate to the
fact, that some days since he submit
ted reso!utions t tde Legislature ol
Massachusetts, in favor il au amend
ment to the Consti'utiori. ahiogaling
l,""s -viassaclius-tts, were receiv
e'' ordered to be punted. His
object was formally to call the atten-
iioii ui uie .-errue io mis uiuereui hc
tion. thr.t it miji' correct it. if
thoaght proper; but he intended to
submit r:o motion on the subject.
bright presented re luii--ti
"f tllP Legislature ..i New York. i.
' "iV"r "f a law granting pf.:si,., s It
ii:. - .. o - -i i. . -
" e l" " ,,; ne.ii,:i..r:a!
oiTicei s and
s.ildier", whj ir-eiv-d
pensions under t!ic i ct ot Julv 7,
Mr. Fiilt'n presented a petition ol
citizens id llen'.rpii count v. Aikan-as.
praying the establishment of a ni-b-tarv
post on the frontiers of that State.
yv. Alien moved to poytpurr tt.
pr vious (rde;s of the dav. for t'.
purpose of proci-t'doij.' to the cons d.
va'i' nol the in I to refund the fin
impose d ii'imi eiie- l f:ii'kor. ; t.u"
mo'n-n was neg:iived ayes
The House res-.; r ed the cun-'der
tion of the report of the (.'ooiinittee
I of Lli-ciions n tiie -nrn ol th oie.o
; hers elected bv genia! ticket.
! Messrs. Beardslev. O. W. Jones,
'of Tennessee, nni Cot. h, of Georgia,
sustained the report of the Commit
tee, and the rigliti-.l the sitting meui
iiers to retain thr-ir scti's.
Messr-. Smith, of Indiana, fl rider,
of Kentucky, and Newton, of Vir
iiitna. :m1 vncnted ihe opposite side of
th" ipies'ion ; and, at 5 o'clock, the
House aoioui n d.
A Fuel awl a M"nl. Thcte is a
hih perpendicular ohl ror-!. raising
1 itssell sterneidv in ' e midd e of Lake
CliampUm itear I'lattsbuigh. It is
called block Independence. One mis
tv morning, during the last war. a
B'itish sijuadron pased close to th-
old rock. Mistaking it for a vesel.
the commander hailed it, but receiv
ed no replv. He hailed again, loud
er than before, but Still the old rock
'D r. the Yankee." muttered
the commander, "give him a broad
side.' Tiie broadside was of course fired.
Imi tin 'mt nome.l back f:on its
j haul grey sides among-t bis own men.
"That's your game, is it?' said the
u ii.im.inuri. i.. , ... .o
And so they did. and again the o'd
I. I. l,r.L- c...t
Ar.d it was not till he was severely
crippled and the light grew stronaer,
that he discovered what sort of an
adversary lie had encountered. He
wisely drew oil" to St. John's to refit,
determined to be certain of his ene
my before he gave bat'le again.
A Gio.vNTio Toper. An elephant
in the town of Whitby, England, re
cently got loose in a brewery where
he was lodged. Some time during
the night, being seized with a uncom
mon drought, :.nd suspecting from the
nature of his quarters that good cheet
must be at hand, the animal made
search, and putting his foot through
the head of a 30 gallon cask of porter,
and finding it to his taste, speedily
drank the contents. He next empti
ed a bin of beans, and, when found
next morning, was making some ex
periments upon a second cask of
stout. The teetotallers were very
much shocked at the occurrence.
It has been demonstrated that each
fibre in the retina of the eve, or ex-i
pnnded optic nerv. cnnnt ex(.eej
. - f . ... f
Baeon it worth 4 a 41-2 ets. in N. O,
Far Liberia.- The N Y-rk Com
mercial sys: We lean, th--1 W,t Coi
onization Society will send off a ves
sel from this city about the middle ol
March, for Africa, with emigrants.
Some eighty r tunt-ty peiMins are
n.uv re;idy io out; twtlve of this
number will g back into sluvery, un-
less they a'esentofl'iu a given time
ITnr tl.e R.-uKeaM '
Mb. Lbitob: Through the mediam of j
your 6heet, suffer me to enquire ol our
fellow citizen William Nally, if he will j
consent to be a candidate for the office of:
SliorifT Tt in trim Via lina f u-1 Vieen '. 4.
brought to the track by his friends, and
as often failed no differerce, the third
bout always breaks the charm. Mr. Ral
ly's urbanity and veil known hospitali
ty, in connection with his integrity and
application to business, fit him peculiar
ly for the office. What say you Virgin
Pike Co., Mo., Feb. 25th, 1844.
To Hit Voter of Pike Conniy:
Fellow-Citizens: I am a candidate
for the office of Sheriff. If you think I
am competent to the duties of the office,
I shall be proud of vour support.
Jan. 19th, 1844.
We arc authorized to announce S. W.
Fiklet, as a candidate for the office of
Sheriff of Pike Couuty. at the ensuing
Mr. Adams Please publish my name
as a candidate for the office of SherifT
of Pike County, at the neat Augiut elec
tion, and oblige vour. &c,
"W. G. HAWKINS.
Feb. 2nd., 1S44
We are authorized to announce James
A. RonuiNS, as a candidate for the Sher
iffalty of Pike county, at the ensuing Au
gust election. (Subject to the decision
of a Democratic County Convention.)
February 24lh, 1814.
We arc authorized to announce Jo
scru C. Allisok, as a candidate for the
office of Sheriff of Pike county, at the
ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Leon
ard M. Rodcebs, as a candidate for the
office of Constable of Cuivre Township,
at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to ;nnounee TnoM
as Cash, a a canili.lute f..r the offic e of
Assessor of I'ike Comity, at the ensuing
Increase Adams, offers himself as a
candidate fur the office of Assessor of
Pike couuty, at the ensuing August elec
tion. January lDth, 1844.
We are authorized to announce Jose"
mis Irvine, as a candidate for Consta
ble of Cuivre Towii.hip, at the ensuing;
IK i:ii.iers-j::c.l having ln!c-!
iiii'CUifd t. e ei;'!i'e l aiTi lij-i'
io LitJhtin M. IV,. si Hi's urn;.-lit iim a
ling Shiiigie in i nj .M -ehine :or the
-eve ;il Ti.vii"'ii;."i :n I'ike C1 tir.lv,
tn sit: Ciiltiuiit. I'liillih-. S .lt Uiver.
Spencer, rind II iril ud Townships;
nil of whii-h I oiler !nr s i!e, ;ind will
el on very re:ton:ihle terms. Any
neron wisiung to tiiiicn ise either o
those Town-hips, cm, -n application I my prent ock con;,ptinf of reMtal
to the undersigned, see one of the smtment .f Iit Goods, Groceries, Boots,
machines, and c::n see it iu operation, j s oes, (Jeensware. Tinware and almost ev
i.nd als. car. sre different houses cov-1 "'J '"Ode uul!y kept in a country store,
ertd with shingh s ni de bv mv m:i-
.. , , r .-.." '-pi I
chiue. in th- t.uvnol Astdev, in I .kr
, ii- 't
County Ml. I would mvtte the citi-
Zens ot each ami till thf.se Tow nships
to call and se this invention, it is sn- ;
ving of hibor and timber.
Feb. 1 7Lh, 1544 2-.V15.
Xrlll'I-K It. hri-h ivn. Il.rit l!:p nn.
rieriirned hits ribtnin:d fioin ll.e Clerk
of the 1 'utility Court ol Lincoln Co.. Mo.,
letters of Tetanicnt-.ry, 'ipim thu Ktntt nl
Nicholas Wells deceased, beaiirtc dale tli
14th dav Feb. A. D 141. All persons
havine claims ajraiiit said e-tute, are re-
que.iB.i toeiii.tot them in one year from
the date of ,aid litlr for ll.iwunrp. or '
theymaybe preclnded from any I enett ol
said e.t.te; and if such rUims are not pre-
sented within three jrai, from the iate of
said lettais, thev will be forever barred.
N n wki.l-, i:'r.
renruarr lilh, 1-41. al.i.
to toriy acres, a credit ot twelve
i(J ' ICL ls I'cifchy i:ive.n, thai the t ntmil ivj De b.-nd with ap-
under-igned has ol.tained of the ,-Vrl personal security w ill be re
Clerk of the County Court of Lin- quir. d ! the purchasers, bearing in
coin County, letters of Adn.mis .st a, lhc r;)t( u ,en .r cca! .)tr
tr.ilioii mii the estate of Tandy Gill Ufll. i annum 1 1 fifn i f n I a
dec' J., dated Feb. 1 2th, 1844, all per-j
sons indebted to said estate, tire re
quested to make immediate payment.
All persons having claims against said
estate, are requested to exhibit them
properly authenticated, within one
year from the dale of said letters or j
thev may he precluded Iruni having !
any benefit of said estate, and if not !
exhibited within three years, they will 1
be forever barred.
GRANVILLE GILLUM, Adm'r.
Feb. 97th, 1144. 3wl5.
PKO-PKCTUS FOR PUBLISHING
Held io Lexington, Ky., between
Ret. Alexjndi CaaraiLL, of Bethany, Ti.
And !;. N. L. Rice, of Paris, Ky.
On fit Following Proposition!, vim :
1. The immersion ia water of a proper sub
ject, into the name of the Father, the Sun
and the Holy Spirit, istbeonJy Apostolic
or I hristian
Bni-tisoi. Mr. Campbell af-
firm'. Mr Kice denies
'2. The infant r.l
r.t briievii1R parent a j Corders office in Ralls county, to se-bj.etorBa-.ii.m-
M-Ri c,,re Lo,,is A. Benoist in the sum of
nr. Campbell deniea. . . ,,
ff"u f"l Mr- Campbell denies.
:t t hri.ti.li U-fiti-m f,,r the reniiisign of
pact (int. Mr. Campbell aSrui Mr.
Kire denies .
li.iiitum in to be aciinini'tered oolj by a
Bhofi or orilniued Presbyter. Mr. Kice
aSrni. Mr. Cam pl.tll deuiei.
5. In Conversion and Sancti6cation, the
S;.irit of (.oil oiieiatet oa peruana ooljr
thn.ii.li Ihe Word nf Truth. Mr. Camp
bell a (Broil. Mr. Rice denie.
6 Human Creed, a. bonds of Union and
C"inn.ui ioii, are nece'ariljr heretical and
clii-maticul. Mr. Campbell .fTlrnii. Mr.
lieported by competent StennpapheM.and
to be ri proud and aulhentirated bj the
DrhHtntita, piililithed in one S?vo. volume,
coutMiiiiii, from 7 tn "I'll pa;es lirstlj exe
cuted on proud PHpi-r. and wrll bound in cloth
r u.iitlii. The above work will be .uiili-h-d
- enrhr a practicable, at $2 per copj.
As the puhliiher have pnrcha-ed the copy
ri.-hr, Che wo:k ran be procured ony tbio'
Anj pein br.oiiiii.j rrronible for ten
reptes, .hull he Flit' led tu BU additional
copy Efattuto-jn: v.
Kr.r(-KMKSAi kins. We clei fully
r-i'U:iu(-?nl U.e ht'Ove hoik.
11 (lav, )
J. fye-.l Smith.
(to. hchrrtsoii J
e fmimitrer i.l f lie snrr rnnrrn wirn (
Mr. au.-plirl!) tLeerJuily rt-r-ouiaieod the
I.. I. I'inkerton
1) S IJumett
Wf (o iiiinter of
Ja Q.e Sliniition
J. T Johnson
A , Id ndrirlc
Ihe fine rnrch with
1 r. I.' : ) theiffi'lv
.'m.i K l'-uri h
J. o. It. Il.oirn
i ! Maitl e
J ; Slmrhll
R. C (Jrondv
W. Y. Alien
rnnitiierol Ote work.
Jiic ti F Pr.ce
N. !i Hall
Jnii F Co ns
J. J. I. ii. lock
Win. . Jones
D S. Toiid
We (minister nf the mcthndi't Epicnr,al
iiirrh) cl-fe-fotlj lecommend the above
'. II. Il.niom B. H. Mr Own
W. H Anderson K. T. P. Alien
J. I. Kemp Thns. Lvnch
A T. SKILL.MAN i- SON
fV t"-4-. I,en?n?'rin, K"r.
r"M!E undersigned wislit purchase
1 ::?iv t-.timnn ol Tohrrco in the
n i. lor Ml.ich the highest market
iic- will be p;iid in Goi.ds or Cash.
!Vri:: tliMiktul for the business of
their friends the last seoson, they po
bci' a cnr.tinnr.nce of their favors,
and of the public generally, in the
Shipment of Tobacco, Hemp,
nd other produce, in which they
flatter themselves that they can ren
der ns n uch satisfaction as any other
house. They will make lit eral ad
vances in Cash or merchandize on
Tobiren or Hemp entrusted to their
c-ire. Shipments made to nnv mar-
k t desii.d. and insured in all
unless others ise iiistructerf
E. vt D. 11IIAPER.
Lonisinna Fib. 1st. 1E44- 3inl4.
Mellinsr iHf at Cost.
fwnui'l repectruilv inform my cu.t.i.i.er,
and friends genrrallr, that hnunc hern
diHpi..iiited in prorurin a suitable litun
tion f .r mv store 1 have rcnlved Io close
,..- , I u.ill tv. r. II
,, , . . ,. ,
U would he well fir those wistni.jto nur-
. , , p r
rriIfcr, 10 CHI' "H'J examine rriy pricei, mv
,tock ha-in? ,u hc,tl ,, iie(. for eath
nill coneiiient!s be sold verr low. Mv
''ire is ailjoinin that orcnoietl bv Mes.rs
U;. W. Jrnks A Co.
K S3. BLOCK.
I.nuiinnn, Feb. 1st, 1-44
N B I will a!o eichanee for nlmost
every kind of com.trv Produce. F. S. B.
Sale of School i
ty r-oi;ri, mad at the I'ebru-
ury Ten n 1C44, 1 slmil. on Wednes
day the 10th d iv of April next, at
the Court hoil-.e (iuor io tiie tov.n ol
ijowiing Green, and during the term
J 11 ' "-
"' 1 proCeei to sell to the highest
' bidder at auction, the following
I School Lands, to wit: that part of
ithe 16ih section in Township frtv -five
o:t-i l Kane three west remaining
unsold. Said land will be sold in lots
Wm. TEN IX, SheriiT.
Feb. lOlh, 1844. 6 14.
A Fair Warning.
4 I-L those indebted to Parker Dud-
ley, are informed that Bonds and
Notes due hnn, by persons in this
county, are now in my hands, and
'hat unless payment be made by the !
20th f next month, suits, according)
to instructions, will be instituted in
every case. S. P. ROBINSON.
January STth, 1844 3wlJ.
ANTED at this office, as an ap
prentice to the printing basinets,
a boy of steady and industrious habits,
from 14 to seventeen years ol age.
February 3rd, 1844.
'i rastce's sale.
BY virtue of a deed of trust mod's
by Charles A. Warfield & wife,
to the undersigned, dated October
24ih 1839. and recorded in the Re-
' J ""'" ime.t-a u
me same ai j u per ceni., since juij
4th, 1833, and
the Ralls Circuit
Court sitting as a
court ot chancery, mode at its Octo
ber term 18 4S. I will sill at public
auction for cash in hand, tiie follow
ing described land Section 25 T. SS
Range 7 West, lying in Ralis county,
on the 1st day of April, 1844, before
the court house daor in the town of
New London, in suid county.
JOHN DAVIS, Trustee.
Jan. 20th. 1844. llwll.
liewes' Fever A: Ague Tonic,
Superior to any thing note in use.
mlUS MEDICINE has lately been
introduced into tiie country, and
its effects are wonderful. The se
verest cases of Fever and Ague, can
i.e. and hive been, cured by a single ,
r T- .1 ! .
fjosr! tt oiy i:eaic:ne, ine lecetpi
has ot co bcn lost but I have now a
copy of the original, which is acer-
triiii Htid r.iJical cure, it is harmless in
:ts ellects, an 1 the health of the pa-
tietit isalwe.ys improved by its use-
it invigorates and strengthens the
whole s-. stem, and may also be pre
scribed 'with decided advantage in all
Jer;ingeii!-n'.s of the sionioch anj
digestive oigans, it maybe taken in
any state ol the system, either dur
ing .he prc-ence or absence of fever,
and I will w 2: rant eTectur.i cure.
1 ciia'.enge any Physician, or pat
ent ii ediciae. to test with mine in
cining ihe ague and fever. For furth
er re'-oroniendntion, I would respect
f :tlyta;l theatten'ion of all to the
fjl. owing certificates-, I could produce
many more, hut t're medicine, if tried,
will always be sufficient to recom
mend itself, h enn be had of Mr.
S. Kem. at Bowling Green, or of Mr.
E. S. Biock, Louisiana, Mo., at the
low rate ot 50 per Bottle war
runted in all cases to cure.
03-N' cure no pay.
J. V. IIEWE?.
THIS is to certify thst I have tried
Mr. ITewes" Medicine, and found it
s...peiior to any medicine of tiie kind
which i hae ever used it haseffec
tvt.ii'v cured me and five of my farr:i
ly ot the rgue end fever.
Some time d-jring last fall, three of
my family suffered under this disease,
1 trie ii ulm.ist all patent medicines for
their re'ief, but all to no purpose
having bee-i pievniled upon to try
Mr. Ii ewes' medicine,! did so, and
t.i my astonishment, a single dose to
ach. entirely broke their ague and
fever, which has not returned. I had
also a man under my employ, who
had the agu- j;nd tried different medi
cines, he succeeded several times in
breaking it, but it would again re
turn, he also took some of H's. medi
cine, which reMiU.! in effectual cure.
I have also had il invself, nnd one
dose if it cuif d tns ctfeztuaily ar.d
1 would hr.j'pily recommend thi-
medicine to all those who have the
aite and fever, as I have by experi
ence, found it an excellent remedy,
:-na in mv onit.ion, it is fallv desert
ing of pubi c notice.
L-..isir.r.. Feb. 0th. 1844.
I have also taken Mr. ITewes' Me
Jicit.e, ar.d it proved elTectutd tn cur
ing t:v 1 had the ague and fever ful
!v s'x months, and took medicine un
der th. direction of a skilful Physi
cian, and other persons, but all to no
purpose. Having heard of the won-.I'.-riu!
e!fcCtsof Mr. H's. medicine, I
ippbed 1 1 him. and to my astonish
ment, one bottle of it entirely cured
me. When I got the medicine, my
1'ir-e was bloated, and my appetite
w:is entirely gor.e, I also suffered from
a sevcrppi;:n in my bowels, after tak
ing one dose of his medicine, I found
my pppetite gra -Unity returning, and
my bowels ceased to pain me, and
-ince I have taken one bottle of it, I
have bad no more symptoms of the ft
ver and r.gue, my whole system has
been entirely renovated, and I find
my health rapidly improt jag.
I would heartily recommend it to
all those who are suffering with thi
disnoreenb'e disease; and 1 weuld
further state, that all those who wilt
try it. will find it deserving til the
enlogv which I hive given it.
February 1st., 1344.
Louisiana, Mo.. Feb.. 7th. '44
I do hereby certify that I have triei
J. V. Ilewes' ague and fover medi
cine, and believe it to Le the bost
medicine that can be produced, it I.a9
effectually cured me, often tryin;
many other medicines, and I would
recommend it to the public in gener
al. G. FINLY.