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JAMES M. CAMP DELI..
9b Chesuut street, Thilad.
STATE OF MISSOURI.
Countv of Pike. (
In th.8 County- Com t, 6 January 1 E44.
fTkUDERE'D by the Court that all
persons indebted to the Roa l &.
Canal fund of said County be notified
that unless all interest due on their
several bonds to said fund, be paid on
or before the first day of April nest,
suit will be instituted for the recove
ry of both principal and interest with
out delay, and further ordered that a
copy hereof be inserted in the "Rad
ical";for six weeks.
A true copy ol the Record.
A. II. BUCKNER, Clerk.
Jan. 13th, 1814. 6wl0.
Fine fiSincSs for Sale.
rriHE subscriber oilers for file, in
- the counties of Ralls & Lewi,
1950 seres of fine farming Land, must
of it prairie nod a part wood land, a
part of this Land, ia Lewis county, is
an tht road bctreca ?1 jaticello and
Tullj, aij.jiniBj the "Ousley farm."
That in Halls, is near the Mii n !:ns
within a for? miles cf Palmyra. It is
well watoisd, nnd in erery respect,
esirablo Land, either fir Tolmceo,
Hemp, or Wheat. It will ba sold
lew, and divided to suit purchaser.
Title perfect. Particulars made known
on npplicatioa to tha subscriber in
t. Louis. GEO. K. BUDD,
44, Water Street.
St. Louis, Nov. 3 J, 1 S43. 1
THE Planters' Tobacco Inipection Ware
bouse is now carried on by the subscri
bers, who are prepared to despatch busi
ness without delay . They take this oppor
tunity of informing their numerous friends
af the necessity of having their timber well
seasoned before their hogsheads are set up,
at ttuch good tabacco is i.sjurod from hav
lag the hogshead made of green and unsea
Tha lute law says tliat the length of
stave shall be 54 inches, the hogshead 40
inahes across the head, shall have 6 hoops,
and contain uot less than SHU lbs. tobacco.
WOOLFOL1C & FIFE,
dot 2 Inspectors.
The Misiouriao, Era and Reporter copy
3 menths weekly; Palmyra Wkig, Jefferson
Inquirer, B.iuaviila Observer, Fayette Times,
Glasgow Pilot, Liberty Banner, Platte Fa
ea, WesterDMissoorian Lex,ngton Express,
alaaaibal Journal, Paris Jsentinel, St Charles i
Advertise,, Bowling Gre.n Radical and C..
linbia Statesman will eaoh inseit the above ;
to aaoatief ft and cha thi office. i
A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge,
.A Sure llcmr'iy for Worms.
.,. i i . it. f
a.i.. ft. th rr nst mere 1l ous. W e oi-
If r the following us a pruot 01 us e.i
facacy: Cahroltox. Green Co., Hi..)
October lOdi, 1S43
THIS is to certify thit I have been
sMlin 3. A. Fahnestock's Sc Co.
Ver.nifi gc, tor the h",st three year,
and in some cpscs, witnessed the ope
rata.n of tf.er.anif, and from what I
know ol my own lunwii'npp. ann
thrst which has been told me by oth
ors,I lake pleasure in siyttijr that i
naVe B?ver Sien, liof heaid. ill any
VeHir-ir.e t!;t lias L'i'.'fn f cnivers.il
satisfaction in this couununiiy, mul
furthermore-, if it was necesury. I
could procure fifty certificates of its
efiieacy and success in expeliiu
JAS. F. SIMPSON, Driipgist.
Mh. Wm. W. Hot.MKVAjjent.)
Fahsf.stock &. Co. J
1:011. u. .11.1 . .1
some am! lieq-isn. v nannetoiis: eve-,
T V" fuM.i'.y should
ded vtitU a b.s
tiie et.oe. he provi
f these l.ozcti;es,
which will alloy the mo. hid initahili
tv of the bowels, restore the checked
perspiration, stop the debiiitaiinjl din
charges, r.n.l ia a short time cure ihe
most inveterate cae ol diarrh.pe.
chronic dynentcry. or imhitual huge
ness. They ar very pirisant to the
taste, ar.d nre sold at the lo-v price ot
25 cents a box.
K. A. Fahnestock's Anti-P.i'.Iiocs
Piils, a pent'fl bet eiTicient cathartic,
expressly adapted for a family phys
ic; rtid are nrl surpassed by any oth
er pill in use, for all cases in wliich a
cathartic is in.licaie.l. They will
operate thoroughly without iripm.
Puce 25 cents, lor a box containing
Pneumonic, or Couch Ba'stm, a
valuable remedy for Coughs t Co!.i.
Price 25'. Couli Lozenges. These
Lozenges possess all the virtues ol
the best Coc'h Syrup, are conven
ient to csrry in the pocket nnd are
very pleasant to the t;;tc. Price 25
Liquid Opodeldoc. This penetra
ting article possesses double the
strength of the common Opodeldoc, is
more clesnly ar.d much more conven
iently applied. Price 25 cts.
B.' A. F.thnestock k. Co's Eye Wa
ter; for the cure of weak or inilamcd
eves. Pice 25 cts.
" Prepared by P.. A. Fahnestnck L
Co., Corner Cth & V ood Streets.
Cir The ebove Mndicins. for sale
by H. G. Edwards, P. M.. Bow-lint:
Green, and by Andrew Cochrou, Au
N'ovi-mbvr 4th, 1843. ly 1
SMITH S. ALLEN',
A T T O f I V. Y AT 1 . A W,
UGMJ.Vrj CKEKX, AO.
TJ II. i. p.ftftire I iu tli cui.rt" of
.s, r.Li-, J ,1 ru o 1 1' M.:itiii:crv
and A:id::!i. counties; and will r.irrfiliy
and prn.i.pti at, lid to all htisii.es. en
trntfed to h.s csre A ':nie of the p .t . ii
age of a libera! pnhlic ia tlieretor te pett
tullv eolicitcd. Ji.'i chai.-r, will be suited
o the times.
llori. John Jameson, 1 ,. ,.
1' ..lion, Mo
John tl. Mono. S
3ttcrnc2 .it ?i?,3),
HAVING located in Warrcnton,(Mo.,)
offers his professional services to the
citizens of '.VarrenCounty. lie will al
a attend the Circuit Courts of Mont
gomery, I'i.e, and Lincoln Counties.
jVTOTiCE 's hcr. hy -jiven, limt the
' ondersi'ni-d has obtained of the
Clerk of the' C m.ty C iurt of" Pike
county, letters of Admir.itratioti on
the estate of llias Wrii.ims, deceas
ed, dated October 27tii 1843; all per
sons indebted to ?aid estate, are ic
quested to make immediate pavment,
all persons having claims against said
estate, are requesti-d to exhibit them
properly authenticated, within one
yearfroni the dite of said le'.'.c-rs or
they may be precluded from bavin
nnv benefit of said estate, and if tu.t
exhil)-teJ wilin three yca lh
-.. , r u 1
iTvV.l" 'u'm A A
IM.I A .W, Arlmi x.
November 18th, 1843. 3w3.
oarATWA-noKAi. wons. I
TAPPAN fc DEN NET,
No. I'll. Washington street, Boston
proposfs to publish by subscrip
tion, in 14 monthly cumbers,
at the lw price of 25
cents each number.
The Life of Washington,
ar jahkd sparks,
Eacli number to contain between for-
. .- . i . . i . i .i
ty ami liny pn.'e, aim to ue mur. !
islied Willi the lil!"V?m line ateel unil
:cpp ."Mphite encrraviriizs viz:
1. l'orirait t Wariiiinutoii
ill at 4'J,
by l'ealc 3. I'oitratt of Mis Wash- "'Pc'y ""' " "l i"""
,..,. , v,. in all piohnhil.tv thai, w.ll ever be pr..f.ta
anion at 40, by U .M.asion. 3. ievv , fcr fiom ewy ii:1J,B ))b,PrT,t.;(10
.t Mt. Verncli. 4. Haltle ol Bind- ,h( ,.. on.ifi,ls to l.uy e...irf for CV-n,
im kS lieffat. 5. Ili-ad visiters av were n.okt likely to pas a t'redit Store, j.ip
CiUliklili;e. 6. Plan i1 l!ut.a und porii.p tt.ry wt.nl.l have to pny LithiT f..r
environs. 7. Ud til.r.rter,, at M,.r-
iitown. 8. HeaiKJuarter at Nw-
burg. 9. I lan ol larim at .Ml. er- w (llr,,,ofB jlivite h(!te who wi-h ..
null. 10. Hattle of Jie IkiUldy w illC. ' hny fr Cuh, to call and eamiiie our goods
1 I . Porll iiit of Washington bv Sluart. I previon to ru'rha.iiie el.rwhi re.
1-2. Encampment at Vallv Fonf. We would here y to tho-e indehted to
13. i5..ttIeofGrrmantown.' 14. Fac!"1 ?'" 'r.'r.nr. th.t we
. ., ..... i - , . . . I have heretolore made everHl rall thrimirh
i.,,,!- of Vashirif:tor, nhai.d wrmm-.l R().ri, w.(h thrf.Rt, of which
The jiortraiti aie .'mcd from tl ? j iriei, ml, tn llK mnre tHn, tl, cj.trr, but
original pninllll. The phlfiS. fket- : n0w.if vu do nut pay ni a portion of your
cht-S and oilier en'Jiaviliir-. have bei'D J
Complied from the S-est iir:tw inirs, US j find your n..t... in other hand, f..r collodion,
will Firm h ami EnMisli a. Ameri lnl ir h"v' (",IA('K
, . r, . . : lav out for iroid, plea.c cue us a t aiire r..r
car.. Special a.J was de.ived trtti; mif , n,lrs ; noiT B ( AS
a series of manuscript draw in's in the I
p.isticssii'n of Gen. Lafayette, which!
are executed with scientific accuracy ' .-.j.. Oj.- nssuUKI
and beauty. Co.,i,ty of r.kc. ' S
The well known ability of the au- Jo thefoiinty fourt, February Term ls4.1
tlior, the abundant nicans wliich he ! "SP I" i oidered by Ihe Court thi-t the f.dlow
pr.ssesse.l, viz: Mole than two laitl-i 2 " oh-eru-d a theorder of tran-art-dreJ
folio Volumes of the ori-ina! iRh-' thi-tVuit at every trim, v,r:
. 1 , M.imiavssi.iI IrnDtif, ot earl, te.m t.i
manuscript purcliased by Cr.-ress. hp ,,.,,. tu (,, b.,.i.,e... ici..di..c
ten years re-earcht-s in the pubiic ol-1 jha, i;rmnr, K..u.i i rnual Fund. ro.,ty
fioes in I.on.h.ri. P.il'is, YV!,jr)s:ton,! and l..i..lr u-hool fund-, cia inn iiiaii.-l
,n.i ull t!iM Snt.' which fnime.i the i the foiintv. paupers eoiinly offices tc.
ccnle.lerKt'V duriric 1 Sis Rcvolutioii : 1
11 .. .1 1... 1.. : 1
;ih ,i'li .1 me .11 3 i.r u.n '-.unr-.i i
u va.uatde paper in ui::ereni pans
t,f the count, v, I
i:.S I'lOUilIlt Ul! l.l -
hbnds a mass
ol Materials, original !
nH importarit in their character. I
which we trust will he found to haej
have contributed esential aid iu n
ablintf him to exveute with more nc- I
curacy and completene-s. his main!
purpose, nnd ihu to liave comt erisat- j
ed :n sorne decree, !t the time and J
labor thev have c..st. In pi.h!:(Mti.r. j
not only involves extended and lal.o-i
i n. us rsseaicti en tne part ot the e.li-l
ti.r, I ut jrrtat pecuniary respotMtii:i
tv on the part of :h? puhlis! eis.
The pri.-e cf this wm k is I.t, alien
the execution is considers d. than lhat
of nnv other f.uh!ic..ti.n iu I'lirnj e or
Ameiica. The itivestaient and ex
pendi'ttres cot.ni-cted with tliis un
det tHkmp are much creater than uu
a!lv attend such buhiiccioiis. and it
will he nppari nt that the pu1 hsl.eis
must lely on an cxdnstve ;ilu for
The enirriiv inns alone, are thmiul.t
bv man v. to he v. 'Till the while cos!
oftfie woi k. To lion subscribers the
jirice wi'l he much enhanced.
Mi.nv testimonials id iinj.i:iiifie.l
Hppr.ibr.tion miht be adduced, lrom
ucntleir-en !;o have examined the
work, hut the publishers conceive it
to be unnecessary. Lifers have
been received from many disiintruish
ed poisons, ooiicui 1 ini: in the opmimi
that tlio work is iu every itsec:
lichly dsservin of public pntionae.
Amotit; the many who I ave civen
the vvork trie) aid ot their subset ij '.ions
nd itiffii"tice, are the iolhiwing gen
Hon. John Q. Adaa.s, H'n. Martin
Van Bmen. Hon. John Picket mi:,
ll n. Jacob 15i:rnc!t. o! Ohio. Jo.sjab
Q'lim-v, I'ramis Wavl-nd. 1. I.
Rev. Mos-s Stuart. Robert (-I. Shaw.
Esip, Boston. Henry Leu, Esq., Rt.
Rev. Bish-): Doatie, HoM. Jumes H-
"vV. lf. R. I.'. I'.t. Rv. ;! .. Brown
ell, H. u. l-as.- B. Bates, i!..n. Ho
race E vi r-tt, Vt., II . m. S. Lo.n;!c.
i s, Mo., J. Scawell Joi.'es, N. C
Hon. John M ir-cii l. Pa., Hon. L-.tvi
!-;i!CLn. I! or.. S. Wn Re;:sf!!c?r. N.
Y., Hon. Wm. L. Marcv
H. n. W. W. Pope, h v.. Hon. L. W.
Tazewell, Va., Hon. Tristiaa Bur-
few, IJ. ., H.iil. Wm. H. Ash!ev,
Mo., Hon. Daniel Webster. Hoii.
all a ...
.AWK.il Ljiwrcfi'T, lion. .Iiw'.liM')-
Edward Everett, Charles
Jackson, Hon. Lemuel Shaw. Satnu-
el I. Armstrong Wm I. Calhoun.
John . arren, M. D., James Jack-
son. .AI. I)., t.oy. ohn Davis, Wor-
. . .r .
ees'rr. Hon. L-liaoman Johnson. a.
Active and truslrvorthy men can find
employment in procuring subscribers
lor tie-alnne woik.
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ers. post paid, with application fur a
!'C!ieies, or orders, will meet with
prompt attention. Postmasters and
I . . .
otiif-rs wno ootain suosciptions. and .
become responsible lor five
snail receive a sixtn copy pratis.
They will pleasn let the publisher
know by the 1st of October, how ma
ny copies are subscribed for and how
they shall be forwarded.
Editors and proprietors who wi.l
insert the above six weeks, shall have
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Eth("1 with neatnets, at this Office.
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1. ?i. Bryson & Co.,
Will' LD inform their friend;, and the
puhlic :n general, that they hae
int reeaived a
"jVfic Slch of fall ami winter Dry
dondt, Iltird Wait; tin Ware,
Queens Ware and Groceries, which
thev will sell low for Cash, or
We hive been fr nin time endeavoring '
, ,i0 , c,., h,ie... hut so far, we have
. j i,firtill Micceeded we are now 'leter-
mined to fell our poods low for PAY, and
. . II I . ., L. . . A
po;ii.eiy not inr raji.pr.i. ru wv.u.
hei.o.ls than at i r-h Mo;e, thrj.
indehteilne a in a veiy lurt time, yon
X. Bit Y SON ft 'o-
l.oniin, Nov. 1st, l4:.
IVfumhikis lu nllowHi.re.il deniai.ils a
t e.tiit. iit.l hav iiikC I"4' ai) nt.umil let-
.1 ... Tiii a.hik. mill I .11111 In titi-
. .rtt'..,,.,.!,! ,,f Adii.ini-trat.ir.. Kxecu- 1
t kept bv the Clerk ; l.
titn-'t P-tHlf-, s!!ld itn (hp umiiP firty by
Af riiiiii-fratiir Ki'riit.r, miil Hhy olh-
cr tiufcii(-- iii (ritilicii to tl 1 -tatri-
to lii.ti Krttliiiis.it ail. I hiiMiit i rt!tn;
A true? rfpv from X)tf rcrnr'l .
Ttr. A .11. HI K N f .lt. ricrk.
IVrS. V. lU-CKNFK, 1.C
Mnrrh 11tt 1-13. 1J ti.
TM I. i- licrrhy '.'ivm Ihht tl.c tin
miiti-ttsoliiii mi tlif ctiili: ol IV ! r lict
I , ilfi :.-rJ, I,i tir
M ;-oi:ri, liru rm ii.it
N. All J4ri
llt-MPft to t(,c -.tet! ut s
tin (i' h v 1 f
it, t l.ri fi if r. in- I
tirci-ii-vM, rr rr- I
nurftfil tu utiiki inniifilialr pnyUsrnt ; iiin!
II fTM-ii 'mvin i:i;iifn ncH.ii't fci't r-itdtc?
nre fMtjn.tfJ t xtiittit ttfiu jTopcilj
f heulu iitt-it, Kitliin o!it' vetr fn.iu ti t: ihitu
of kisti! It IU J-y or tl.rv nm hv prrr Iinii-il
fuMit liiiriri itn I ci's fit tf r-f:itr, nri'I
ifoaiil Iiini arc not prn-riiltvl vrithin tliriT
)Cai, tl.rv will fu liiretcr I rrtl
Hi;UV I-VTI K. A.!n.r
OTK'E is hereby iiiven, that tin?
uii.fersioned ba obtained of the'
Clerk of the Countv Court of Pike
County, letters of Adim-ii-tiati.ui on
the estate of James H. Uavis, de-;
ceased, dated Jan. 'JD 1C H. all per
sons inde! ted to s::iJ estate, are re
(;nest";i to make immediate pav inent.
All peisoiis having claims acnitisl said
estate, me reipie:ed to t xhilat them
properly iii.tlienticateil, . i hin i.ne
year Imrti the date- ,.!' said letters or
they may be precluded Irom ha ins:
any benefit of -.ai i siate. nm) if not
exhibited whiihin three years, thev
will be forever ban e,l.
ANDREW J. IhWIS.Adm'r.
Feb. 3d, 1C-14. 3iv-13.
STATE OF M1SSOL KI, jT"
County of Lineolti. S '
In the Lincoln Circuit Court, November
Amotip; the records and proceedings of ;
siii.I Court, made 011 the sixth day ot.
said term, is the lullowintr, to wit:"
Louisa I I:.rnrid, by her next"! Kill in
.friend Ki'diard Lbtis Comp't. Chancery
James A. ihurond, IX-ft.
()N motion of the complainant by her
I , f ll',t.",r',it.'s , onlcn-a by the Court
I t Il!lf 1 fl PTl 111 s-1f'la'tl-iT)t 1 1 .....o A II.
11 - -
:o;ooil, be notified by a publication nf this
. . .
!,.,. ; i, '. 1 1 . 1 ',
t0 ,lC at W (ullr
j bcforc lhe next term of this Court, that
8aiti complainant has filed in this court
I'liUIJ IU1 LIl'HL 11 I I'H! Mll'l-l'ltlV-li 1' 1 11
, !,l ..i" ........ .1 i.:... -
comiilaiul a.-iiinst him nnvin,.'
for a divorce from the bonds of m:,truZ
.... ..... ... Liii.iuiiiiii, ........I (in., i.i.ii ..r
ny by her eontraetcd with said defend-
ant. 1 hen-hire the said James A. 1 la-
good, is required to appear in this court,
'on the lir?t day of the next term, to be
; hegun and held at the court house in the
,own "''Troy, in and for said county of
! I in.il., .... ll.A I'.-. t - 1 .
' . ""'"lay in iM.iy
npit. and uiiswit s;.ni .nf,t:n ..r . .
. i'M"lu" u
I.l:.. III. nt ..r 11m ci..... ...Ill 1... .. I ..
I . " u.c mil DC IUKCI1 lor
; confessed npainst him. And this cause
l, J iiascis 1'ABKtB, Llerk of the said
Court, do cirtify that the foregoing
order is truly copied from the rc
cord in my oifice.
) Civen under my hand and senl
Seal. of ofTicc, at olfiee, this 2Slh day
) of November, 1K4.
1 KAISCTS PAHKLK, Clerk.
Per He-irv Paiikeh, I). C.
Dee. 2, 1 43. RwS
The Sew I?Iirror.
Edited bt GEORGE P. MORRIS,
ILLUSTRATED BY J. G. ClIAPMAN
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Iron 1 several of the popular autnors
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It will embrace within its scope every
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c.anprisiiiL' t:les of lumanco. sketch
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; literature suit.-J to the tasto ar.d de
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i ry r. heed tiisie, hut Hever t oif, nd
' the n. 1 .st fastidious; and it will ever
ti el it, u'utv to he, to "turn the iun-
i nv si
e 01 ti;i!i''s ti) nun. an eves.
woik will be published e
ati.r.uv, in liuiiiSiers .-I sixteen !
su; .-r-roval ..i''cs, with double
lllI ns, i.fi'I rcclo-ed in aiicatorn i
u.cntid cover. It will form, at the
end ot t!.e year, two superb volumes,
enth ol four hundred pii I sixtcn
paes, i.i.e.i w uii cn.s ol literature
... . w
r.no lrio nnA ir.
l ue very low pnr r.t wluru it w i'.i
he issued, lenders it the ebeapeit re-
iiu.iii' 1! in this or ar.y other cotintrv.
.-onsi.ii rin..' tl-.e rust n.i ho-.,,.,- ..( ..,
fif tv-two i:.NnRAVii:s,
1 , . . , , "ii"
he ill l nsiC vamfol r.i leteiary C. :,-
er, IS. illose desiloil, of lcccivin
ll;-p.ipe:" Iri lll Its Coiiaiii-IiCe.iiei.t.
I '.si. I iiave it punctual! V sent to thei;
addiess upon fi.rv.-nr.im to the un- ' mntniiiuny l.eretolure contracttd
1 1 ,-,, and tl. tried into with vnu the said defend-
...tv.. tied, at ao. .. Ann street, .vew ! aut whrreupoi. it iso.dered bv theC.rt,
1 ..rr., t.liee do,.ls lie ot expense. ...1 il.r said Julia Ann P. tir, alias Julia
Letter er.cl.iei;-. the amoiiht o! j Aui l.au.loii, be ai.d appear beloie said
siihsci iplion, n.a v be fratiked by nil (""irt '"' ,he first .lav of the next term there
postmasters. .-Wills, .lr.irr" .-.n.l ' "f le ,e:"a ,snJ l,el11 Bt U c t'oml Haure
nev. sai'-ri, v. i.l tie supplied on the usu
CO" The cash system wiil l ri.'id-
iy a.iiierru 10 w uncut ;.ny dcvation
Such EJitots as copy the above,
will ..hli-e me !iy forwarding a mark
ed paper and by resuming the ex
change, wliich was interrupted, much
to 11, y regret, by circumstances over
w hich 1 had no control.
OEOR'H: P. MORRIS.
r 1 ... . 1
l. lltor iC 1 lopnet r, IN... 4 Ann St.,
near Broadway, N. York.
jVO ! ,L 1'. is hereby eiven, that
undersigned has obtained of the
Clerk of the county court ol Pike
Comity, letters of Aib.iinistinlii.n ..n
J ihe estate of William Shellhorse, dee'd
I dated Oct. 1 Gib, 1 13; all persons in-
1 1 . - . '
; iitrtittM lo sai.l estate
no ici uesteu
t.im:i!i 1.1 .in.. I i.-i f. no ,-. t . ..it.....
" ..... ,.,v . . , .in ,r -
isons having claims against s:iii estate.
re,ucstecf to exhibit them proper-
! ' uilitnticates!, within one year
I lr"ln t!"' Ia"' a,,i M"s r ll;CV
! m:i V be lirec hi. ed Irom hnvimr on,.
. i ... . ... ., ,
I l'm-lit of said estate, and if not
i l''!'i'.ed w ithin three ysrars, tl ev will
Nov. 25th. 18-13.
Fiiini for Sale.
Aiwi rMHE subscriber olT.-rs for sale
UVktjl '' farl" situated live miles
below Rowling Creen, on the
3sJiivi4 Tr.iy road, consiMinp of t?0 acres
ueres under fence, and about 20 acres in
cultivation. Turnis half cash; on the balance
a credit will he Riven. JOSEPH PL'UII
Ja n . 2;lh, 1 91 E tf.
ille. !5. ISeaiihniu,
WILL act as our ai;ent in receivin;
aud receipting for hides at his Sad
dler'a Shop. Persons indebted to me or to
the firm of Campbell & Crane, will oblige
me quite ns murli by payment in hides as
in cash to the same amount. Debts due to
J. W. Campbell, cao he paid Inn same way.
C. B. CRANE.
STATE OF MISSOURI, I ,
P.,..ntv of Pike. S
Pike Circuit Court, October Term, 1543.J
John Billmeyer, 1
vs. EiJ I for Divorce.
Rebecca Tlillaieyer. )
anil r ' .t,;.l ftrfn.lai.f- Rr. K.k
tified that the said complainant, by
A. II. Uuckner bis solicitor, 61ea his bill,
accompanied with his affidavit, that yon are
a nou resident of this- S-tate, praying the
Court t grant him a decree dissolving tb
bonds of joatrifnony he etofore contracted
and entered into with yoa the said defead
ant, WhereiipoD it iscrdered by the ci art
thi:t you the sa id Kebecca Sillmeyer. It,
aod appear, befare said conrt, on tha first
day of Ihe next term thereof, to ba begoo
and held at the Court House in BswKa;
(ircen, within and fv'r said ronnty f P,kv
on the second .Monday of April aext, aaii
an-wi-r raid bill or the same will bs taxta.
as confessed, and the prayer tl.ejfaf giaat
ed accordingly, and it i further aideied'
by the court, that a cepy of this r ier b-
pubmt.ed in Dome newspaper in this Mata
f..r eight weeks successively, the laat iaMr
tion to be at least four weeks, before tba
comroriiccment of the next term of tais-'
court, to which time said caase is coutinoo
ed. -STATE OF MISSOURI, )
County of Pike. $ '
I Simeon P. K.ihiiHon, Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court for said count' , certify that the
foregoing is a true copy t f the order.
C 1 In testimony w.v.-rei.f. I hento e
1 -Seal my hand and i.tKi thesenl o a'
f v. 1 court, at oiTice in bov.iine
in s-.id rvunty, this the 2th of Xove:Qlrn
A. 1). 143.
S. P. ROCIXSOX, Clerk.
Dccembei 2u, 134:1. 8w5.
THE PIKECIRCl'IT COURT, Mo.
October 7 ??. IC13.
Kent. Emtio &. Co , J
f Assumpsit anj
. . . . . i Attachment,
.'nun A. I.. .ViHuerii, j
HE plaintiff by G . Porter, their Attor
ney appears, ami the defendant being
thrret.mrs solemnly called, rnmes i ot, but
makes default , and it appearing frftm .ba
Sheriff's itturn that th- defendnnt cannot
he summoned. It is thereupon ordered by
the Court, tl.;. t the defendant be notified
' A.iLUmrm, ipmc
1.;,.. i:,; r. v, . ... ..e
,.,,ts; a,l hi. prope.ly hasbe. n attached:
and that unless he nppearin this Court at
tl. e next term tt.ereol, tn be begnn anil held
at ti.r Cuiirt H.iu-e in n..wling lireen, on
tlie'erond Monday of April next, and on
or hefi.re the third day thereof, judgment
will be rendered u-iin"t him, and bis prop.
e.ty sold to s.itisfy the snii.i and it is furth
er ordered that a ropy ol" I hi' order he puh-li-I.e.!
in some newspnpi r iu 'his State, for
four weeks Mirre-ively, and continued.
STATE OF MISSOURI, ic
County .f Pike, t " C
I. Siiiienii P. Rol-inson. fleik of the Cir
cuit f,r r.j.u.ty, rert fy that the fure
aiingi a true ropy of t;.e ordrr.
I "J Witness my hand and aiUcial
I Seal I seal, d. i.e nt office in Bowling
I -v-v-J tJreen, in said connlv, this the 29l
day ol" November, A. I). l4.'l
S. P. ROBINSOX.CIeik.
1 et .i!.. r 2nd. X 45
IN THE 1'llvE t'llU'l IT liiL ltT,
. . . . ...
' Ps!:i. i-'-'
I J'i; l.andon.
V'r . '"' "T he,,,"0i,-
a. tied, tnat the said complainant by A.
m,. Pnckner Us solicitor, Ca-s I.e. bill ac
cumpai.i. d with his l.Ji lawt, that you aie
1 resilient i f ti n Mate, praying the
' ' t-'"'1 ''i"1 a decree diaiolviug He
in ISowlinc lireen, withir and lor said Coun-
i ty r.l" Pike on the second Monday of April
! I..'t ai:d nii.Kl-r .i.i.l loll n. !,.. mm will
' be tukcu as confessed, and the prater there-
ol" viiinteil accoidiu;lt ; and it is further
urdtf.fd by the Court that a copy of this or
der be published in some newspaper in this
Slal.. (or iilit weeks success it ely , the last
iuseit-on to be at leat four weeks befoie the
c.imuiencemniit ol" Ihe nrxt terra of this
Couit, to w hich time thii cause is continu
ed. STATE OF MISSOURI, ,
I I. .. IM. "'
. . . ..... ,
I . I I.'....:... 1- -
tmeoti I .
cu.t Court lor sa.d county, ceilify that the
' foresr.iug is 11 true copy ..V the oider.
. , I., ic.iu
Seal t u.y land
' - j- ' Coin t, at
- , In tesliin.inv whereof I, hereto set
and affix Hie seal of said
Office in Culiiie iJreeu.
iu said county, this the 2lh day of
December. .! I. I.
S. P. ROBINSON. Cleik.
2...!. l-l:l. 8w5.
rsrsiiiosr. u v.,, k., ih ..,1. . k-
! 1 .i..i..n.i . . .t : i
- n.-oir.i i.i i. r ui.i.er-iiteii e iner dt
ne or book neemmt, will please take notice
. . .
that I must have money. Aud unless they
come forward aud make immediate pay
ment, I shall be compelled to place tbeir
notes ..ml account? iu tiie bunds of an officer
for collection. Tho receipts of Folwell &
Crane for hides will be leeeived as cash.
JAS. YV. CAMPBELL.
Nov 17th, lSlIi. 6w3.
.TfOTICKishereby giventhat the under-
s.s;neJ has taken out letters of Testa
mentary, on the estate of John Maxwell, Sen.
dee'd, fiom the Clerk of County Court ef
Pike county, bearing date the 1st of Dee.,
A. V. 1S4.H; all persons, therefore who
have any claims urainst the estate of said
deceased are required to exiiibit the same
duly authenticated forallowance, within one
ysnrlioni the date of said letters, or they
umy be precluded from having any benefit
of said estale,and if such claims are not
presented within three years they will be
JOHN MAXWELL, Ex'r,
tWeniher 2d, 1343 8w5.
J-Wc charge Two Dollars in Ad
vance for aunouncinp; the names of can
didates in the Radical.